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Episode #12069 ~ Brady tells John to leave Kristen alone; Kristen tries to prevent Brady from seeing the photo.
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Theo: Uncle Cameron?
Cameron: Theo. Oh, it's great to see you.
Abe: Well, we haven't seen you for a little while. Where you been hiding yourself?
Cameron: I've been around.
Chad: Are you sure we're not wasting our time here?
Abigail: Are you serious? Anne takes her break every day at the same time and comes to the same place and gets the same smoothie.
Chad: Okay, can you please just tell me real fast, uh, why we are wasting our time for Cameron when he was a total jerk to us?
Abigail: Because it's our fault that Anne went to the club in the first place. If she finds out that Cameron is a stripper, then he could lose his job at the hospital because of their stupid morality clause.
Chad: Well, here she is.
Anne: Oh, hi. Wow. I'm--I'm so glad I ran into you.
Abigail: You are?
Anne: Uh, yeah. I-I think we should discuss what happened at the, uh--
Chad: You can say it, Anne. Strip club.
Nicole: So much for lunch.
Vargas: Come on, a girl's gotta eat.
Nicole: Uh, well, I have a granola bar in my purse.
Nicole: It's just that Father Eric's gonna be back tonight, and he's gonna want all this done.
Vargas: Okay. I'll, uh-- I'll leave you to it then.
Brady: So one day, everyone involved got a jersey like that?
Brady: Maggie, is this a good memory? 'Cause I'm--I'm getting mixed signals here.
Maggie: Well, it was a very good day. We were winning, and a lot of people were rooting for us.
Brady: Uh-huh, but?
Maggie: [Sighs] I guess the reason I'm a little conflicted about all this is that it also is the day that I realized that John had very real, very deep feelings for Kristen.
Brady: I see. So my dad saved that jersey all these years. And he's not even living at home right now, which means he went to a lot of trouble to dig it up, didn't he?
Maggie: I think I know why.
John: I mean, you couldn't be a coach if you were out of uniform, so this is for you.
Kristen: Why do you do this?
John: Why do I do what?
Kristen: Why do you keep doing all these sweet things?
Kristen: It was in his hand. Oh, my God, who has it now? So you did a good job. It was a little rough, but that's okay. There's a bonus in there for you.
Sy: That guy doesn't look like the description you gave me.
Kristen: Well, it was supposed to be his father. But I think it's all gonna work out for the best. I've got to find those pictures or this is all over for me.
Hope: [Laughs] Hey, sweetie. What do you have there?
Ciara: It's nothing.
Ciara: Just some stuff I found.
Hope: Ciara, you wouldn't be hiding anything from Mommy, would you?
Kristen: Oh, wait a second, Kristen. Just chill. What the hell do I do now? Let me see.
Maggie: Remember, you told me your father went to Venice and brought you back a plaque from a gondola as a keepsake to remind you of your mother?
Brady: Maggie, it was a bribe... to try to make me believe that he was on my side.
Maggie: He is on your side.
Brady: Maggie, don't, okay?
Maggie: What I was saying is that maybe that's what he's doing with Kristen.
Brady: What is--what does that mean?
Maggie: Trying to remind her of a time when things were more amiable between them.
Brady: Yeah, that's one way of putting it.
Maggie: Brady, you have every right to be angry. But if your father is trying to make amends--
Brady: Maggie, thank you. Thank you for bringing Kristen's scarf. I'm sure she'll be happy to have it back.
Maggie: Call me if you need anything, okay?
Brady: Oh, I will.
Maggie: Take care.
[Cell phone ringing]
Kristen: Hi. What's wrong?
Nicole: 13 down, and 45,000 to go.
Nicole: Oh, my God. Do not tempt me.
Vargas: Oh, come on. You know you want to. You've gotta be starving.
Nicole: No. I'm in the middle of a mail merge.
Vargas: You know what? I can help.
Nicole: Oh, I can't ask you to do that.
Vargas: Well, you didn't ask, did you? You know, I--you probably think that I'm useless at this kind of thing, but, uh...
Nicole: Did I say that?
Vargas: I learned a few things in prison, you know?
Nicole: Really? Word processing?
Vargas: Hey, beats the hell out of, uh, making license plates.
Nicole: Well, you are a man of many talents.
Vargas: I don't know about that. But I do know that the sooner we finish, the sooner we can eat. So, shoot.
Anne: I, uh, I just wanted to thank you two for getting me home safely last night. I-I don't--I don't really drink, so I think that first martini just went straight to my head, you know?
Chad: Yeah, you don't have to explain.
Anne: Oh, I couldn't try. The whole night's a blur, you know?
Chad: You're welcome.
Abigail: So is that, um-- that's all you wanted to say?
Anne: Uh, well, no. Actually, uh, I owe you an apology, Abigail.
Anne: Yeah, when Chloe left town, and I heard what she had done to your mother, I realized that all the horrible things she had told me about you and Jennifer were nothing but lies.
Anne: Yeah. So, uh, if there's any way we could forget some of the acrimony over the last few months, I would really love a fresh start.
Abigail: Yeah, I'm just not quite sure why you care so much.
Anne: Well, I'm sure you've heard I've recently been promoted.
Abigail: Oh, so it's official.
Anne: Thank you very much. So I-I'm sure you understand why I wouldn't want to be involved in any, you know, pettiness or backstabbing.
Abigail: Well, that makes two of us.
Chad: Three of us.
Anne: Great. Okay, so I'll--I'll see you soon.
Anne: All right.
Abigail: That's one word for it.
Chad: Well, it sounds like she's gonna let the whole thing with Cameron drop.
Abigail: I hope so.
Chad: And if your mom ever goes back to the hospital, at least she won't have to worry about Anne being a complete bitch to her.
Abigail: Yeah, I'm not so sure about that.
Abe: Yeah, you gotta see this guy play hoops. I mean, man, he's--
Cameron: I would love to.
Susie: Hello, everyone.
Susie: Theo, you ready to finish building that castle?
Abe: All right. So, you be good, and you work hard for Susie, and have fun. And don't forget, Chad's going to pick you up when you're done.
Theo: I know, Dad.
Abe: Okay. "I know, Dad." [Laughs]
Cameron: You know, I better go give this recommendation over to Mrs. Franklin.
Abe: Oh, look. Can we just hang for a minute?
Abe: You know that Theo adores you, right?
Cameron: And I adore him.
Abe: But he's a kid that needs stability in his life. He can't have people going in and out.
Cameron: I'm not-- I'm not going anywhere.
Abe: Well, good.
Abe: Because lately, you don't seem to have time for him.
Cameron: I'm a resident and it's a crazy life.
Abe: I know. I was married to one once. But Lexie always seemed to make time for the things that were important to her.
Cameron: Look, don't try to tell me what's important to me.
Abe: Fine, fine. Then I'll tell you what's important to me. You're the only family in Salem on Lexie's side who's not a DiMera. And it means a lot to me that Theo spends time with his Uncle Cameron.
Cameron: It means a lot to me too, okay? And in a month or so--
Abe: A month?
Cameron: Abe, I can barely breathe right now, okay? And I really don't have time for this conversation.
Abe: Then make time. And tell me what's really going on here.
Kristen: Brady, what is it?
Brady: Nothing, nothing. I'm just, uh, preoccupied with this business deal. Uh, Maggie brought your scarf over, by the way.
Kristen: Oh. Well, then I guess I wasted my trip over here, because I didn't find the art proposal either. You have any idea where you may have left it?
Brady: No. No, no. I mean, I stopped by the coffee house earlier, before I came home. Actually, I was gonna show the proposals to Marlena.
Brady: Yeah, she used to be an art lover. I thought I'd extend the olive branch to her. But then I got this call about this damn merger, and that was that.
Kristen: So then neither one of you saw the envelope?
Kristen: Okay, well, um, do you think maybe she took it with her?
Brady: I don't think so. I mean, I shoved everything back into my briefcase. I mean, I-I thought I did.
Kristen: Well, I guess I could swing by caffeinated on my way, you know, and see if I can find it.
Brady: If it's not too much trouble.
Kristen: Honey, of course it's no trouble. I'll see you soon. Bye.
Ciara: I have a surprise in my backpack. For Daddy.
Hope: What kind of surprise?
Ciara: If I tell you, it won't be a surprise anymore.
Hope: Okay, where have I heard that before? But wait a second. If it's a surprise for Daddy, why can't Mommy see it?
Hope: "Because"? Well, that's not an answer. Ciara, is Mommy not going to like this surprise?
Ciara: How should I know?
Hope: Excuse me. We don't talk to each other like that, do we? Honey, I know that you miss your daddy a lot.
Ciara: I'm gonna send him this card.
Hope: And I'm sure he would love it. But you know what? You might not want to send it yet.
Ciara: Why not?
Hope: [Humming] 'Cause I just got off the phone with your daddy, and I have some awesome news.
Nicole: Finito. Yes.
Vargas: Father Eric's gonna have to give you a raise.
Nicole: Teamwork. Oh, I am hungrier than I thought. Looks good.
Vargas: Yeah, see? I told you that you needed to take a break.
Nicole: I thought I was going to be here all night.
Vargas: I'd hate to see you waste a perfectly good night.
Nicole: Yeah, well, you wasted a perfectly good morning on this job from hell.
Vargas: That's true, but, uh, you know, time spent with you is not wasted.
Chad: So you don't think Anne meant what she said?
Abigail: She was being so nice.
Abigail: Anne is not nice.
Chad: What was that whole thing about Chloe, anyway?
Abigail: Do you have about six hours? It's--honestly, it's not even worth getting into. It's over. I hope.
Chad: Well, as long as she drops this whole thing with Cameron, then we are done worrying about Anne, right?
Abigail: Yeah, I guess.
Chad: Hang on. Oh, you know what? I gotta head over to the hospital. I gotta pick up Theo from occupational therapy.
Abigail: Oh, my God, I haven't seen Theo in forever. I'll go with you.
Chad: Yeah, and you might just so happen to run into Cameron.
Abigail: God, I hope not. I need to use my aunt's printer, okay?
Chad: Mm-hmm, yeah.
Abigail: Well, are we going or not?
Cameron: Well, my next rotation is internal medicine, and supposedly, I can say good-bye to the 80-hour work week.
Abe: Well, it must have changed since Lexie was in her residency. You know, you're not supposed to be working that many hours. That's illegal.
Cameron: It's not illegal if you pick up work somewhere else.
Abe: Are you saying you're working a second job?
Cameron: Ah, shh, shh, shh. I'd rather nobody here know about it.
Cameron: It's no big deal. It's just for a little while, so I can pay off some school loans.
Abe: You took out those loans to fulfill your dream of being a doctor.
Cameron: And I did.
Abe: What kind of doctor are you gonna be if you're running on empty all the time?
Cameron: I'm fine.
Abe: You don't seem fine to me.
Cameron: Well, I don't remember asking for your opinion.
Abe: You know, I'm just trying to be helpful.
Cameron: By getting on my case? By making me feel like a screw-up?
Abe: That's not what I'm trying to do.
Cameron: I gotta go.
Abe: Hey, hey, hey, come on, man. We're family.
Cameron: No. No, Abe, we're not. Not you.
Cameron: Listen, Theo is my family. Lexie asked me to look after him, and I will.
Abe: Really? When? Theo needs you now, and you're nowhere to be found.
Cameron: Well, I'll figure it out. I'll find time for Theo. I told you I would.
Abe: Okay, listen. Lexie loved you a lot. And she asked me to look after you.
Cameron: Well, I don't need anyone looking after me. I get along fine on my own. I always have, and I always will. Now excuse me. I have rounds.
Hope: Daddy says his work's almost done and he's coming home soon.
Ciara: Yes. I miss him so, so much.
Hope: Oh, sweetie, I know you do. So do I, believe me.
Ciara: Does Grandma Caroline know? We should go tell her.
Hope: That's a brilliant idea. Let's go. Come on. Got that? Give that to me.
Kristen: Hi, excuse me. Uh, has anybody seen a manila envelope, maybe about this big? And I think it said "titan art proposals" on it, or something like that?
I did see an envelope like that.
Kristen: You did?
In the trash.
Kristen: [Gasps] Ohh, ohh... okay, where?
John: Hey, kid. So glad to get a message from you.
Brady: Yeah, you're not gonna be so glad when I'm done with you, Dad. What kind of sick game are you playing, huh?
Kristen: [Whimpering] God. What have I been reduced to? Ew! I have to make sure it's here.
Maxine: Mr. Carver, how are you?
Abe: Hey, Maxine. You know it's "Abe" to you. And I'm doing well. You? Want some coffee?
Maxine: Sure, thanks. Fine.
Abe: You know, I'm a little worried about Cameron. Is he doing okay?
Maxine: Well, other than acting like a jackass just now, he's gonna be an outstanding physician. If anything, he might be trying a little bit too hard.
Abe: What do you mean?
Maxine: He's a proud young man, and he knows some people talk.
Maxine: They think he's only here because of--
Abe: Oh. Because of his sister.
Maxine: Dr. Davis is determined to prove himself, make his own way in the world.
Abe: You can't blame him for that.
Maxine: No. You're a good brother-in-law, Abe. I think Cameron will be just fine.
Chad: Okay, wait, wait, wait. Wait, just hang on.
Chad: Um, I just want to say that, uh, even though this whole thing with--with Cameron is a mess, um, in a way, I'm kind of glad it happened.
Chad: I don't know, because it's actually been really cool to hang out with you and spend time with you and maybe make you realize that I'm not a total jerk. No? Am I way off base here?
Abigail: Hmm. I mean, I wouldn't say you were way off base. I'm definitely seeing the, uh-- the less obnoxious side of you.
Chad: Wow. Talk about faint praise, huh?
Abigail: Okay, but what I should have probably said is that you have been very helpful and nice.
Chad: Okay. It's a little better. Um, anyway, I-- I just wish I'd--I'd been more sensitive about the whole virgin thing, and when I found out about it, I was just really surprised. I didn't even think that was possible.
Abigail: Okay, well, yeah, this conversation started out promising, and it's kind of going downhill quickly.
Chad: Right, right, sorry. Just--there I go again, saying the wrong thing. Um--
Abigail: Just forget it.
Chad: No, no, no, I'm just-- I'm trying to say that I'm really sorry. And I-I tend to get a little awkward around you right now, for some reason, and instead of doing the right thing and--and shutting up, I tend to run my mouth, and--
Abigail: Hmm. You mean, kind of like you're doing right now?
Chad: Exactly, yeah. But hey, you know, in spite of everything-- my being a sort of jerk and your being all worried and panicky-- didn't you at least have a little bit of a good time trying to help Cameron?
Abigail: You mean, trying to help Cameron but actually making the situation a whole lot worse? Yeah. Yeah, Chad, that was a blast.
Chad: Come on. We had a couple good laughs.
Abigail: Well, even if we did, those laughs will be a distant memory if Cameron ends up getting fired, so... we should go to the hospital.
Ms. DiMera? I'm sorry. It turns out the garbage truck already came today.
Kristen: So what are you saying? Are you saying that the trash that the envelope was in is now at the dump? Seriously, you're telling me this now? So I guess that means that the envelope is destroyed and gone forever?
I'm afraid so.
Kristen: Okay. All right, well, I guess I'll just have to live without those photos, won't I? Yes!
Nicole: Mm. Oh. [Laughs] I think I'm enjoying this a little more than I should.
Vargas: There's no such thing.
Nicole: You know what? Next time, I am going to treat you to the best clam chowder in town. That is, if you don't get your stomach turned by a sanctimonious Brady or two.
Vargas: Yeah, thanks. Uh, I think I'll pass.
Nicole: It's got to be weird for you, you know, to go out and not know anyone.
Vargas: Everybody knowing that I'm an ex-con. Uh, yeah.
Nicole: Well, I've been there myself.
Vargas: No, you're not an ex-con. You're a-- you're just a gorgeous girl who made a mistake.
Nicole: Try, like, a hundred mistakes.
Vargas: Maybe that's why I'm, uh, so comfortable with you.
Nicole: Well, you know, the further away you get from the orange jumpsuit, the easier it'll be for you to get out and, you know, meet other people.
Vargas: Maybe, but, you know, if I hadn't, uh-- if I hadn't started off at St. Luke's, I--
Nicole: Well, with your computer skills, you'll be leaving this place in no time.
Vargas: And what makes you think I'm in a hurry to leave?
Chad: Theo should be finishing up his session. I'll be right back.
Abigail: Cameron, hi. I'm glad that I ran into you. I just wanted to, again, say how sorry I am about last night. Listen, if I even thought for a second that I would be putting your job on the line, I never--
Cameron: Don't--don't worry about it, okay? I mean, when it comes down to it, it's all my fault. Now if only I'd felt the need to share every single aspect of my life with you, then maybe you wouldn't have felt the need to help me.
Abigail: I was worried about you, Cameron. And I still am, now more than ever.
Cameron: Well, don't be. Put me out of your mind, okay? Forever.
Kristen: Hi there.
Maggie: I was hoping I'd run into you.
Kristen: Really? Well, that's a first. Oh, by the way, thanks so much for going out of your way and dropping off my scarf. That was nice.
Maggie: Well, actually, I had an ulterior motive.
Kristen: Well, that's unusual for you.
Maggie: Oh, well, I was just gonna say, it's very generous of you to offer to help Brady with his art proposal for titan. But Victor, he meant for it to be a bonding experience...
Kristen: I know, I know.
Maggie: Between his grandfather and grandson.
Kristen: I know, that's why I kind of removed myself from the situation. I want Brady to be on the best terms possible with his grandfather.
Maggie: Oh, well, you actually sound--
Kristen: What, sincere? That's because I am.
Maggie: Kristen, I remember when we were coaching the Salem moose together. You were very vivacious and kind and great with those kids. And I was happy when you and John found each other.
Kristen: Let me guess what's bringing this up.
Maggie: Well, seeing the old jersey just brought back a lot of memories.
Kristen: Yeah, sure did, didn't it?
Maggie: Not that it's any of my business...
Kristen: Oh, please, don't let that stop you.
Maggie: I was just wondering why John went to so much trouble to find it and to give it to you now.
Kristen: I don't know. It's weird, isn't it? It's kind of like Neil Curtis dropping off a Hummel to add to your collection at Victor's, right? I mean-- and then asking you to take a stroll down memory lane.
Maggie: Not exactly. Because for us, it--it simply would be possible to have a nice stroll.
Kristen: I know, it's hard to believe that John would actually want to bury the hatchet. Unless, of course, it was in my back. Well, anyway, I mean, you talked to Brady. He thinks it's very weird that John would want to do that. What did he say?
John: What are you talking about?
Brady: That stupid baseball jersey, Dad, that you hand-delivered to her that was supposed to--what was that supposed to remind her of again?
John: Oh, that. That was, um, the person she used to be.
Brady: You mean the person that--that used to love you. Is this what it's come to? Are you that jealous of your own son?
John: Oh, come on.
Brady: Seriously? That you--you need to take it to this level? You're gonna start playing mind games with both of us?
John: I'm not doing that.
Brady: You can't take it, Dad. Stop it. You need to stop this whole damn thing. She's marrying me. Why don't you deal with it?
Chad: Now are you sure you don't want to come mini-golfing with us?
Abigail: Well, I have a history paper waiting for me, and you know how I feel about golfing, but thank you.
Chad: Oh, well, she's just worried we're gonna smoke her again. We'll give you ten free strokes next game.
Abigail: I will still beat you fair and square, thank you very much.
Chad: So we're still on for our rematch?
Abigail: Yeah, sure. That'd be great. Have fun, you guys.
Theo: We will.
Chad: All right, let's go. I'll race you.
Chad: Obviously, you won.
Anne: Oh, hello again.
Abigail: How well do you know that curly-headed Anne what's-her-face?
Maxine: Milbauer? Well enough, unfortunately. Why?
Abigail: I was just wondering if you trust her.
Maxine: [Laughs] Not as far as I can throw her, and I believe that might be pretty far.
Abigail: That is a nice mental picture.
Maxine: I think so too. But why are you wasting an ounce of energy worrying about her?
Abigail: Maxine, I'm afraid that she may have it in for Cameron. That she might be trying to get him fired.
Maxine: Is this about his other job?
Abigail: You--you know?
Maxine: Yeah, I overheard him telling Abe that he picked up a second job to pay some bills, and Abe was concerned, and-- is there a problem?
Abigail: No, Cameron hasn't done anything wrong at all. I'm the one that screwed up, actually. My mom says that you know better than anyone what goes on at this hospital, Maxine.
Maxine: Let's just say I've got my ear to the ground.
Abigail: Mm-hmm. So will you do me a favor and, uh, let me know if Anne starts to stir things up?
Maxine: Of course. I care about Cameron too.
Abigail: Thank you. I'm gonna go use my aunt Kayla's printer, but have a good day.
Maxine: You too, sweetheart.
Abigail: Thank you.
Maggie: He didn't say very much.
Maggie: Well, Brady was just wondering why his father gave you that jersey.
Kristen: And what did you say?
Maggie: I told him about our little team and our winning streak and how the day when we got those jerseys was so special because--
Kristen: Because what?
Maggie: Well, it was the first time I realized John was falling in love with you.
Kristen: Wait a second. You told Brady that?
Maggie: Yes, I did.
Kristen: Okay, excuse me. I've got to get out of here. Thank you.
John: Son, the last thing I want to do is make things worse between us.
Brady: Yeah. Well, it's too late, Dad. I didn't think it was possible, but somehow, you managed to do it.
John: Well, if things can't get any worse, then will you listen to me?
Brady: No, I don't want to listen to you anymore. I'm sick of listening to you. You know, Marlena was-- Marlena was right.
John: Yeah? What was she right about?
Brady: She was right. You talk about Kristen like she's this awful person, but deep down, you've still got feelings for her, don't you? You can't even deny it, can you?
[Cell phone ringing]
Brady: Unbelievable. Hey, Kristen.
Kristen: Hey, baby. Where are you?
Brady: I was just having a little talk with Daddy-o here.
Kristen: Okay, just let it go, all right? Whatever he says about me, just don't let it get to you.
Brady: No worries. I was just leaving.
Kristen: Okay. Well, then I'll see you at home?
Brady: Can't wait. Love you too.
John: Why don't we go get a cup of coffee and talk about this?
Brady: No! I don't want to get a cup of coffee with you, Dad. Stay away from me, and you stay away from the woman that I love.
John: I don't think I can do that.
Vargas: It's not classy, but, uh, you know.
Nicole: Seriously? These are my favorite. Lucky me.
Vargas: About to get even luckier.
Nicole: Are you kidding?
Vargas: I don't kid.
Nicole: Oh. [Laughs] It's overkill, don't you think? I mean, there's already cream inside.
Vargas: Well, call me a glutton.
Nicole: Oh, ugh.
Nicole: Very funny.
Vargas: Mm. Wait, wait.
Abigail: Cameron, wait. I'm sorry.
Cameron: You know what? I'm the one who's sorry. I know why you did what you did.
Abigail: You do?
Cameron: Yeah. I've been a jerk and an idiot not to see how much you really-- how much you really do care about me.
Abigail: Yeah, I do.
Cameron: Is there any possibility that you could give me another chance?
Abigail: Oh, get a grip, Abigail. That is never gonna happen now.
John: How are you?
Maggie: Not so well. I'm worried about your son.
John: Yeah, that makes a couple of us.
Maggie: You know, John, we've been friends for a very long time.
John: Yes, we have.
Maggie: I-I heard that you went out of your way to give Kristen an old jersey from the Salem moose days.
Maggie: Talk to me, John. What exactly are you trying to do?
Hope: I think we made Grandma Caroline's day.
Ciara: No, her month.
Hope: No, actually, you know what? I think we made her whole year.
[Cell phone ringing]
Hope: Oh, shoot. It's work, sweetie. I'm gonna take it over there where it's a little quieter, all right? I'm sorry. I'll be right back. Eat your chowder while it's hot. Hey, Sanchez, what's up?
Brady: Hey, look who it is.
Kristen: Oh. I'm sorry about your dad.
Brady: It's all right. Me too.
Kristen: Listen to me. He can dredge up the past all he wants. We're living in the present. The only man that I have any feelings for isn't him. Okay? It's you.
Brady: I like that.
Anne: Uh, Claudia, I've been trying to get in to see Mr. Burns all morning.
Claudia: I'm sorry, but he's had back-to-back meetings.
Anne: Yeah, well, this is serious. It's, uh, regarding a personal situation with an employee, and if word got out, it could be very damaging to this hospital.
Claudia: I will see that he gets the message before he leaves for Chicago later today.
Anne: Thank you. Chicago. How perfect.
Abigail: Dr. Brady's office.
Maxine: Abigail, it's Maxine. I think we may have a problem.
John: This isn't your concern.
Maggie: I've been hearing that a lot today.
John: Yeah, I wonder why.
Maggie: Listen to me, John. Brady is upset, and I'm worried that this is going to affect his sobriety. So if your intent is to rekindle his fiancée's old feelings for--
John: My intent is not to discuss this with you. I'll see you around. Hope you're feeling better.
Kristen: So you're feeling better?
Brady: Much better.
Kristen: I'm glad you didn't let your dad get to you.
Brady: I won't. Not gonna do it. I've heard everything by now, all right? And is there anything else that anybody can say to come between us? I don't think so.
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