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Episode #12377 ~ Sparks fly during a romantic dance between Hope & Aiden; Abigail's worst nightmare becomes a reality.
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Aiden: You look...beautiful.
Eve: Paige isn't here.
JJ: Uh-uh, no, you're the one I came for.
Eve: Well, JJ, please. Come in, by all means.
JJ: I have been trying really hard to get along with you for Paige's sake. But when you hurt my mother, you crossed a line.
Eve: Hurting my daughter, JJ, is a line you never want to cross.
JJ: I'm JJ. JJ Deveraux.
Paige: Nice to meet you. Need a hand?
JJ: Thank you.
Paige: What did you do to Theresa?
Paige: Did you set her up to try to send her to jail?
JJ: Whoa, whoa--hey. It is not that simple, okay?
Paige: So you did? My mother wasn't just making that up? Why is everything so wrong?
Sonny: How's the writing going?
Will: 3,000 words, baby.
Will: Yeah. Ari took a long map, so I was able to go.
Sonny: Hmm. Ch-ch-ch-ch. Hey, this is for you.
Will: Thank you. I was so wrapped up in this, I didn't get a chance to get down to the mailbox.
Sonny: What is it?
Sami: Oh, if only your dad were here to see what kind of woman you have turned out to be.
Abigail: [Clears throat]
Sami: [Gasps] How in the world did this get on here?
Jennifer: What is this? Some kind of sick joke?
Sami: Well, no. It's not a joke. Is it, Abigail?
Hope: You don't look too bad yourself actually.
Aiden: Oh, thank you.
Hope: Oh, Ciara, chase! No running! No running! There's lots of artwork in here, really expensive.
Aiden: Do you know how much all this artwork is worth, hmm? The last thing we need is Giselle's Jeffrey Koons facedown in the guacamole, okay?
Hope: Are you two having fun?
Ciara: Yeah. You guys should come into the party room.
Aiden: Oh, I wish we could, but we have to man the auction.
Ciara: But the cupcakes are almost gone already.
Hope: Ah! But you haven't been eating any cupcakes before dinner, have you? Have you, Ciara Alice?
Ciara: No, Mommy.
Hope: "No, Mommy." [Laughs]
Ciara: Come on, chase.
Hope: Don't run. I'm so glad they're having fun.
Aiden: [Sighs] Do you believe we're actually about to pull this off, hmm?
Hope: Oh, God, I just--I really never expected we'd...make it this far actually. I--but you know, I think it's safe to say that we can finally breath a sign of relief.
Marlena: Excuse me, you two.
Hope: Oh, Marlena.
Hope: Wow. You look gorgeous.
Marlena: Look who's talking about gorgeous. And I don't want to rain on your parade, but I think I have some bad news.
JJ: The last thing I'd ever do is hurt Paige. Meeting her has been the best thing that's happened to me since I came back to Salem.
Eve: Well, that's not saying much now, is it, JJ?
JJ: And you are trying to hurt my mom. She doesn't want a cent of the money from my dad's book. She just wants to respect his memory. And an old piece of paper does not give you the right to prevent that from happening.
Eve: Well, see, actually, it does give me rights. But what I don't understand is why your mother--she is not respecting jack's wishes.
JJ: I am not gonna stand here and let you badmouth my parents or me to Paige.
Eve: I just believe in telling the truth, JJ.
JJ: Mm, okay. Well, if you don't know the truth, I did a lot of wrong things with Theresa, but I did not make her rip off that store.
Eve: No, you just set her up, didn't you?
JJ: I should've never gotten involved with her in the first place. And I never should've been there when she O.D.'d. I know that. And trust me, the mistakes that I have made--
Eve: Is that what you call them? Mistakes? How quaint.
JJ: I was going to say that I learned from them.
Eve: How trite.
JJ: Unlike your sister. 'Cause any moron can see that she's still the same crazy bitch she always was.
Jennifer: Sami, I need to speak to my daughter alone.
Sami: Oh, you don't think I get to speak to her first? Since the man that she is devouring in that photo is my husband? What's the matter, honey? The tongue getting too many workouts lately so now you're mute?
Jennifer: Sami! Stop it right now. If anything happened--
Sami: "If anything happened"?
Jennifer: If that photo is even real, which I doubt it is, the only explanation is that EJ forced her to do that,
Sami: Did he force you?
Jennifer: Yes, because she despises EJ. I mean, look at her. She's horrified.
Sami: Of course she is. Of course she's horrified, Jennifer. I have photos! And a short video actually. You don't think that this just ended with a kiss, do you?
Jennifer: I don't want to hear another word out of your mouth.
Sami: Well, then you should leave...because I'm about to unload an earful on your slut of a daughter.
Will: This editor read my blog and wants to interview me for a job.
Sonny: That you didn't even apply for it? That's awesome.
Will: It's unbelievable. I mean, maybe I'll be able to make a living doing what I love after all.
Sonny: I told you, didn't I? Oh.
Jennifer: I will not tolerate that kind of language! Not about my daughter, not in this house.
Sami: Oh, sure. No, of course. Not in the sacred Horton house. But did you really look at this photo? Did you look at it? Yeah, that is grandma and grandpa's Horton cabin. Been thinking about it actually. If those walls could talk, all the affairs that probably took place there.
Abigail: It wasn't an affair.
Sami: How do you feel about lies, Jennifer? 'Cause that's all your daughter has said so far is lies.
Jennifer: Sami, I realize that you are upset right now but if you would just let me--
Sami: Yes, I'm upset. I am upset because the woman I thought was my friend, the woman I let bake cupcakes with my children, the woman I felt sorry for because my husband's brother "hurt her..." that woman who came into my house, had an affair with the father of my children and the man that I love!
Abigail: [Crying] Sami. I am so sorry.
Marlena: I had a message from Patti Stanger that I couldn't even understand.
Hope: But...she's on her way, right? She is on her way?
Marlena: Well, I just--
[Cell phone rings]
Marlena: Oh, oh, oh, wait, wait, wait. Hang on. Hello?
Patti: [Whispers] Dr. Evans, this is Patti Stanger.
Marlena: Hi, there. Patti, I'm so glad you called. I had a message from you that I couldn't even quite hear.
Patti: That's because-- [Clears throat] I lost my voice.
Marlena: Oh, dear.
Patti: Look, I'm really sorry, but I must cancel.
Marlena: Cancel? No, no, no, no. You can't cancel.
Patti: I'm afraid pantomime is not one of my many talents.
Marlena: Look, there are people that have come to see you. Could you just make an appearance?
Patti: I am truly, truly sorry, but it's doctor's orders I stay in bed. So I'm going to make a large contribution to St. Luke's. And I'm going to try to make it up to you the best I can.
Marlena: Thank you, but--
Patti: I'm so sorry. I hope to see you next year. But I really must go and rest my voice.
Marlena: She's sick.
Marlena: She's canceled. She can't make it.
Aiden: Wha-- what are we gonna do?
Aiden: This thing has been jinxed from day one.
Louis: God's work is never "jinxed."
Roman: Marlena. What's wrong?
Marlena: Well, I had volunteered to get Patti Stanger to emcee the gala, and now she's called in sick.
Giselle: [Sighs] Oh. Thanks to your "help," my precious paintings will now sell for peanuts.
Roman: Hey, we'll think of something.
Hope: It's too late to get someone else here in time.
Aiden: All right, well... [Stammers] What about you, father, huh?
Louis: Me? No, no, no, no, no, no, no. It wouldn't be appropriate in the first place, and second, I've got to work the room, encourage people to give.
Hope: Yes, yes. But couldn't you be encouraging them as you emcee?
Louis: Well, maybe... maybe if I was charming and funny and enormously charismatic.
Marlena: Yes, you're all those things. All of them. I've seen your homilies. They're inspiring. They're brilliant.
Louis: You're very kind, Dr. Evans, but I don't even bat in your league.
Marlena: I don't even have a league. What does that mean?
Louis: I think you're the perfect choice for this job.
Marlena: What? [Laughs] Oh. No. No. Now why is he saying that? Why are you saying that?
Louis: Gut instinct.
Marlena: No, no. Look, this is--this is not my thing. I'm not a performer. My sister--but I couldn't do it. I get stage fright, just even having the thought about it. And what, charming and funny? Hope, hope. Am I funny?
Hope: You're hilarious.
Marlena: No, no, no. I'm serious about-- I'm serious. That's it. I'm far too serious for this. And I get--what do they call that--flop sweat at the thought of doing it. Don't I, roman? Oh. Well, okay, I'll do it. I'll emcee the gala. [Sighs]
Marybeth: Hey. Not doing so well with the family feud?
Paige: I'd rather not talk about it if you don't mind.
Marybeth: You think packing away 10,000 calories is gonna help? Paige, I know it sucks, but you could become really rich if your mom wins this lawsuit.
Paige: Like I care about that.
Marybeth: I know that you don't want to choose between your mother and JJ, but--
Paige: What else can I do?
Eve: [Laughs] Oh.
JJ: What's so funny?
Eve: Well, you're certainly right about one thing. My sister--she is a bitch. Oh, and knowing that as I do, it's only fair that I should let you tell your side of the story 'cause I'm certainly familiar with Theresa will "play the victim," while paint herself in the best, possible light. So here, have a seat. Please. What I really don't understand is how you can explain running out on somebody who's just O.D.'d.
JJ: I panicked, and I called Daniel, Dr. Jonas.
Eve: I know Dr. Jonas.
JJ: He saved Theresa's life. He told me to leave because he knew that if I got caught, that I could go to jail.
Eve: And that's what you did.
JJ: I should've stayed. I'm not proud of any of it. Not only was it cowardly, but it was dumb. Because when Theresa came to, she remembered everything. And she pretended for months that she didn't. And then she turned around and blackmailed me.
Eve: How'd she do that?
JJ: She kept saying that if I didn't get her drugs, she'd get me thrown in prison.
Marlena: I see.
JJ: She wouldn't let me tell anyone because she was just desperate to keep my mom and Daniel apart.
Eve: Because she wanted him for herself?
JJ: How'd you know?
Eve: Well, my dear sister wants every man for herself. So you extricated yourself from a situation by setting her up and then blackmailing her back.
JJ: Well, I knew she'd the bait, and she did. She fights dirty, so you gotta fight dirty back.
Eve: Hmm. Took me a long time to learn that, JJ. But I realize that is the only way to deal with her.
JJ: Yeah, it took me a long time too, but I feel like the best way to deal with her is just to avoid her all together.
Eve: You're a smart boy. Maybe I shouldn't be so hard on you.
Eve: I'm not ready for a group hug or anything, okay?
JJ: [Laughs] No, no. I'm good. I didn't come here to defend myself to you. I came here to talk about my mom.
Eve: What else is there to say, JJ?
JJ: I don't think you have any right to go after her for my dad's book or the movie rights.
Eve: Actually, I have every right.
Abigail: Sami, I wanted to tell you the truth. I wanted to tell you everything.
Sami: When? When?
Abigail: Right before your wedding, I came to your office to see you.
Sami: Oh, but you somehow managed not to say that part. What stopped you?
Sami: Really? EJ what? EJ threatened you? Did he threaten to kill you? Did he threaten to kill your whole family? 'Cause that's pretty much the only thing that would justify you not saying anything. And I think you should keep going. Your mom here, look at her. She's kind of shocked. Maybe you should enlighten her on the rest of it, you know. Do you want to talk by talking about the shower? At the company changing room?
Abigail: Sami, no, please.
Sami: You tracked him down at his place of business and had sex with him in the shower. What--you just said, "ah, as long as Sami doesn't find out, it's all cool with me."
Jennifer: Sami, would you please stop it?
Sami: I'm not done yet.
Jennifer: Sami, this can't be true.
Sami: It is true. I know it's true. I know that you were naked in the shower having sex with my husband where anyone could've walked in on you. Because someone did. Me. I've had surgery, and yes, I have occasional constipation.
JJ: I don't think my mom should owe you a penny. But she actually offered you what you asked for, and you still want more?
Eve: Well, maybe you want to hear my side of the story. Please, JJ, sit down. Thank you.
JJ: I'm listening.
Eve: Well, I'm quite certain that you really don't know what it's like to struggle financially, do you? I mean, coming from one of the first families of Salem as you do, and boarding school in Britain, fencing lessons, bail at your ready whenever you needed it. You ever wanted for anything, JJ?
JJ: Nothing material. No.
Eve: Well, listen. Paige and I aren't poor, don't get me wrong. I don't want anybody to feel sorry for us, all right? See, I... [Sighs] I make just enough money so that my beautiful, talented daughter who was accepted into Stanford, her dream school--she doesn't qualify for financial aid. I mean, have you ever wanted for anything like that? Have you ever needed anything like that or worried?
Eve: Okay. But you weren't accepted into Stanford now either, were you? Right? Well, I would sacrifice anything, anything to send her there, but I'm not a magician. And because I have nodules on my vocal cords, I can't look to make extra money singing. Not until I have a surgery which also is very, very expensive, and--
JJ: I'm--I'm sorry to hear that.
Eve: Yeah, well, it's been a lot more difficult than I ever imagined it would be. Music is my love. It's a passion. Of course you must understand a part of that, right? JJ, I'm just looking-- well, I'm trying to get the most I can, for everyone, with these movie rights. And if I succeed, then everybody gets more money, including the veterans.
Eve: But no, listen. The veterans are not my first concern. They're aren't, I'll admit that. Paige is. Ah, JJ, she's tried and worked so hard to get where she is right now, and I just want to make sure that she gets the best education and the best future that I can give her. And I am not gonna stop until I know that she's gonna get it.
Paige: [Crying] I'm sorry.
Marybeth: No, no. Of course you're upset. How could you not be?
Paige: I know you're right. I just keep thinking to myself, there must be some other way. But my mom hates JJ's family, and they hate her and...
Marybeth: What are you gonna do?
Hope: You're gonna be great.
Hope: It's gonna be fine.
Aiden: Yes, you are our hero for agreeing to this.
Marlena: Oh, you won't feel that way once I'm on stage.
Louis: Dr. Evans, all you have to do is warm them up for a few minutes. Get them relaxed.
Marlena: I'm a psychiatrist. That's not what I do. I don't have any experience in warming people up. They want somebody funny and witty.
Hope: And you know what, you're all of those things.
Roman: Yeah, come on. Remember the Marx brothers festival we went to? You did a great Harpo.
Marlena: Harpo didn't speak!
Giselle: Well, someone needs to speak. The auction was supposed to begin ten minutes ago.
Louis: We can't keep them waiting much longer. I mean, they've already eaten all the cupcakes.
Giselle: If all of this hard work for the school was for nothing, I--
Aiden: No, no, no. It hasn't been for nothing.
Ciara: Mommy, our teacher has his mean face on.
Hope: You're gonna be great. You're gonna be fine. You're gonna be fantastic. Just--just be yourself.
Marlena: If I were myself, I'd be in the parking lot right now.
Louis: It's show time. Let's go, come on.
Sami: You were naked in the shower with my husband when I came to see him.
Jennifer: Please stop it.
Sami: I was trying to talk to him, and you were listening. You heard every word in there!
Sami: You had sex with him after I left, didn't you? Didn't you? Let go of me!
Jennifer: Right now! You stop it right now! Stop it!
JJ: Okay. I guess I see where you're coming from.
Eve: Do you?
JJ: I want what's best for Paige too.
Eve: Even if it means she heads off to Stanford and doesn't look back?
JJ: I'm not looking that far ahead. But what I need is for you to lay off my mom. And I know that you don't like her--
Eve: JJ, please. It's not personal.
JJ: But even if it isn't, but mom has been through hell these last couple years, and I don't want someone else to hurt her.
Eve: You love her a lot, don't you?
JJ: Of course I do, yeah.
I admire that about you.
JJ: Then I guess we're even. Because if there's one thing that I had to admire about you, it's how much you love and care about your daughter.
Paige: I don't know what I'm going to do. I can't make my mom and JJ like each other.
Marybeth: Well, maybe you don't have to.
Paige: What do you mean?
Marybeth: Your mom's always going to be your mom, right? But in, like, six weeks, you're gonna be in California meeting a ton of guys who are cute and smart.
Paige: I don't care.
Marybeth: Come on, Paige. You and JJ haven't even been dating that long. I mean, what do you have in common? You both look good in a lime green vest and like to sing in the shower? The first time you come home from school, I bet you won't even call him.
Paige: I know who I won't be calling.
Marybeth: What did I say?
Paige: I didn't ask your opinion, Marybeth. I know how you feel about JJ. And I know how I feel about him. It's not gonna change.
Marlena: Hi, there. Good evening, everybody. I am Dr. Marlena Evans. And I know that you were hoping to see Patti Stanger tonight, but sadly, she's fallen ill, and she can't be with us. So I've agreed to step in and fill in for her. And--and who says that a psychiatrist can't-- did you hear about the guy that went to the doctor's office-- I mean, the psychiatrist's office--and he said, "doctor, can you help me? I think I'm a dog." And the doctor said, "of course I can help you. Why, have a seat on the sofa." And the man said, "uh-oh. I'm not allowed on the furniture." A psychiatrist friend of mine was running a group therapy, and he said to the first patient, "what's three times three?" And the patient said, "it's 200." Then the doctor said, "oh." To the second patient, "what's three times three?" And the second patient said, "it's Tuesday?" And then he said to the third patient, "what's three times three?" And the patient said, "it's-- it's nine." And the doctor was so thrilled. And he said, "how did you know that?" And the patient said, "because I just subtracted 200 from Tuesday."
Marlena: I had a patient once who told me she had called a psychiatric hotline, and she swears that this is what she heard. "If you're OCD, press one. Repeatedly. If you're co-dependent, have somebody else press two for you. If you have multiple personalities, press three, four, and five. If you're paranoid-delusional, we know who you are. We know what you want. Stay on the phone, and we will track you down. If you're schizophrenic, listen for a very small voice that will tell you what button to push. And if you're manic depressive, it doesn't matter what button you push. We're not gonna call you back."
Jennifer: You will not speak to my daughter this way! You get out of my house right now.
Sami: Oh, wait, hold on. The high and mighty Jennifer Horton is going to throw me out just for speaking the truth? The person you should be throwing out is your daughter. Hate to break it to you, Jenn... [Chuckles] But the moment she had sex with my fiancÚ, she stopped being your little girl.
Abigail: Oh, my God. You knew. You asked me to help plan your wedding, you asked me to be your maid of honor. You've known this whole time.
Sami: Yeah. I knew.
Jennifer: You knew this whole time? And you asked Abigail just to torment her? How could you be so cold and so calculating?
Sami: How could I? Well, I thought she was my friend. I asked her to help me learn about art so I could impress EJ on our honeymoon. I let you babysit my children. And I let you bond with them. And when you thought you were pregnant, who was by your side? Me.
Jennifer: What? You thought you were pregnant? By EJ DiMera?
Sami: Oh, yeah. She was afraid to tell you about it, of course. But I held her hand through the whole thing, never suspecting that EJ was the father. So, congratulations, Jenn. You've raised quite a daughter.
Will: I was just gonna leave a message, but I already have an interview set up.
Will: [Clears throat]
Sonny: Sorry, sorry. I'm really excited.
Will: Well, there's no guarantee that I even have the job yet, so...
Sonny: Of course you do. That's why they got in touch with you because they want you and they love you.
Will: This is unbelievable. Man, I can't believe something like this would just happen out of nowhere. Well, I'm not gonna say no to good luck.
Sonny: It's not good luck. It's hard work and talent. Uncle Vic, hey. I wanted to thank you so much. You really came through for me and will.
Marlena: Thank you all. You've been just terrific. We've got a great band coming up. So I want you to give them a very, very warm welcome. Thanks. [Claps]
Hope: Oh, you did great.
Ciara: They call that music?
Hope: Yeah. It doesn't sound like one direction, does it? It's called a waltz, honey.
Chase: Isn't that a dance?
Hope: It is. Wow, good for you.
Ciara: How do you do it?
Hope: Honey, I haven't waltzed in a very long time.
Ciara: But I want to learn.
Aiden: The crowd looks pretty happy.
Hope: Ooh, yeah, yeah.
Ciara: I'm not happy.
Aiden: Why not?
Ciara: Mommy won't teach me to waltz.
Chase: She can't exactly do it alone.
Ciara: Do you know how to do it?
Aiden: I sure do. May I have the honor?
[Soft piano music]
JJ: Are these your songs?
Eve: Ah, yeah. They actually used to be. But I don't want to strain my vocal cords until I have the nodules removed. And you know what, JJ, it probably wouldn't sound very good anyway.
JJ: Well, I hope that turns out okay because Paige said that you had an amazing voice.
Eve: Hmm, you know what she said to me? She said that you're probably one of the most talented musicians she's ever met.
JJ: She's exaggerating.
Eve: Yeah, and she said that you didn't realize how good you really are. So, shall we call a truce, JJ?
Eve: Yeah. I mean, if I had to wait for you to suggest it, it probably wouldn't happen, right? And I actually think that we should because we both clearly agree on one thing. 'Cause we both want what's best for Paige.
Paige: JJ... what are you doing here?
JJ: I came to talk to your mom about the lawsuit.
Paige: That's what I was afraid of.
Eve: No, sweetheart. It's okay. Listen, we talked things through, and well, we found that there are a couple of very important things that we have in common. Isn't that right, JJ?
Paige: Really? Like what?
Eve: Music for one.
Paige: Well, yeah, but--
JJ: And you.
Paige: Mom, are you saying you're not gonna try to keep me from seeing JJ anymore?
Eve: That's what I'm saying.
Paige: Oh, my God. Thank you. Oh. [Laughs] Oh. You just made me so happy. I promise--I promise you, you won't be sorry, okay? [Laughs]
Jennifer: You are leaving, right now.
Sami: Be sure to share all the juicy and sordid details with your mom, Abby. If you don't, I will. You are going to pay for this, Abby. You and EJ. Oh, and if I were you, I'd probably pack my bag, get out of town tonight, because by tomorrow morning, everyone will know what you have done.
Jennifer: You are not gonna say a word to anyone.
[Soft piano music]
Chase: Did you say this would be fun?
Ciara: I'm hungry. Let's go.
Aiden: I thought you said you said you weren't much of a dancer.
Hope: I'm not.
Aiden: Well, could've fooled me. You ready?
Hope: For what?
Sami: I'm just the messenger, Jennifer. Be outraged with me if you like. But I didn't do anything except open your eyes to the indisputable fact that your daughter is a whore. And I can tell anyone what happened if I choose. In fact, she and my husband probably did it right there on that sofa. Alice Horton would be horrified.
Jennifer: Sami, get out of my house. Right now, Sami. Get out!
Sami: Oh, well, be sure to tell your daughter for me the humiliation is just beginning.
Jennifer: Come here, baby.
Jennifer: It's okay.
JJ: I should go.
JJ: Hey, I know that we still have some stuff to talk about.
Paige: And we will. But right now, I'm just so happy you and my mom worked things out.
JJ: Me too. Well, I'll see you soon.
Paige: Okay, can't wait.
JJ: All right.
[Cell phone rings]
Eve: JJ. In case you get any ideas that I'm your new best friend...
JJ: Don't worry.
Eve: Jury's still out.
JJ: Sure is.
Will: [Sighs] Ari's out again. I think that long nap might've morphed into an early bedtime.
Sonny: In that case, we should celebrate.
Will: I don't even have the job yet, so...
Sonny: Yes, you do. Of course you do. Wait till your mom and grandma hear about this.
Will: No. No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. We are keeping this between you and me, and only you and me. Until I actually get something published in that magazine, no one knows. Deal?
Sonny: Mwah. I'm gonna get some wine.
[Knock at door]
Will: Ah. Mom, hi.
Will: Ari's asleep, so...
Sami: Oh, it's okay. I'm not gonna stay long. I just came to give you some news. I wanted you to hear it from me before your loudmouth grandmother.
Will: Okay, what happened now?
Sami: Well, Kate and I were made co-CEOs of DiMera enterprises.
Sonny: Congratulations. Or not.
Will: Well, I mean-- I assume that working with grandma Kate might not be easy, but I think it's got to just be a temporary thing. You know, surely, just until EJ gets out of jail.
Sami: Well, I hope not. If there's any justice in this world, EJ will rot in prison for the rest of his life.
[Soft piano music]
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