Days Transcript Wednesday 11/19/14

Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 11/19/14


Episode #12463 ~ Hope is disturbed by what she finds on Aiden's tablet; Theresa decides to put Brady behind her as she sets her sights on Paul; Brady asks Eve for a favor; Clyde tries to outmaneuver Jordan by meeting with Marlena.

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Ben: I better not be dreaming.

Abigail: Little caffeine to start your day?

Ben: Thank you. But I was hoping to start my day like this.

Sharon: Your first appointment is here.

Marlena: Oh, thank you, bring him in.

Clyde: Nice to meet you, Dr. Evans. Thank you for making time for me.

Hope: Okay, here you go.

Ciara: Oh, I don't need a menu, I want smiley-face pancakes.

Hope: Okay.

Ciara: I'm starving, can we please just order now?

Hope: Honey, chase and his dad invited us to breakfast, it would be very rude to start without them.

Ciara: They're late. Isn't that rude?

Aiden: Well, the lady has a point. You have my profoundest apologies. We were detained by the case of the missing shoe.

Hope: I'm very familiar with that case.

Aiden: Mm-hmm.

Hope: I'm glad you could make it.

Aiden: Me too.

Brady: 'The hell?

[Glass shattering]

[Glass shattering]

[Cackling laughter]

Theresa: Hi, Daddy. What was I dreaming about? [Screaming]

[Cell phone ringing]

Yes, sir.

Dr. Mandrake: Do you have an update for me?

I'm working on it.

Dr. Mandrake: Work faster, I want you to take care of

Aiden: Oop! No, no, no, no, no. That is--

Hope: Ciara--

Aiden: No, no, no, no, no, no, it's my fault--my fault. I was trying to impress you with my backhand. I'm trying to impress you with my backhand.

Chase: Why are you two smiling so much?

Ciara: Because they're dating. So, are you guys like boyfriend and girlfriend? Or what?

Brady: Good morning.

Maggie: Morning, Brady. Care to have some breakfast with me?

Brady: Uh--

Maggie: What?

Brady: Nothing--um, nothing. I'm just thinking about all the things I have to do today.

Maggie: Yeah, Victor said you had a meeting at the hospital later.

Brady: Mm-hmm, I have a ton of work to do before I do that.

Maggie: Congratulations on your promotion.

Brady: Thank you.

Maggie: Victor and I are so proud of you for all of your hard work these past few months.

Brady: Since I've been sober, you mean. It's all right, just say it.

Maggie: Yes. Since you've been sober. And as you well know, I'm especially proud of you for that commitment to your sobriety.

Brady: Thank you. Did you hear about the latest drama I've had with Theresa?

Maggie: Oh, Victor had a few choice words about Theresa's pregnancy scare.

Brady: I'm sure he did, yeah. Maggie, I want to say sorry that that whole situation went as far as it did, but I can assure you, I'm done with Theresa, for good.

Theresa: What are you doing here, eve?

Eve: You haven't been answering your cell phone, honey.

Theresa: Oh, I forgot that I turned it off last night. Why, did something happen?

Eve: Well, daddy's trying to reach you. He heard you lied to Brady about being pregnant and he is most unhappy. My budget used to be hard on me.

Paul: No!

Mr. Narita, are you okay?

Paul: Yeah, just a bad-- bad dream.

It's all right.

Marlena: Mr. Weston, I don't know if I'll be able to take you on as a patient. I assume my secretary told you that I've got a very full case load.

Clyde: Yes, she did, but she also said if we were a good fit you might be able to find an opening for me.

Marlena: She did? Have you seen a psychiatrist before?

Clyde: Uh, yes, ma'am. Back in poplar bluff I drove nearly two hours, each way, to see a shrink. I'm sorry, I didn't mean any offense by that term.

Marlena: Oh, no, none taken. Two hours, my.

Clyde: Yeah, there's not many of your kind in poplar bluff. But I moved up here a couple of months ago and I just didn't want to backtrack on the progress I've been making.

Marlena: Mm. What motivated you to see a psychiatrist in the first place?

Clyde: Uh, that's kind of a loaded question. Uh, I'm not sure where to start.

Marlena: At the beginning?

Ben: Mm. I could really get used to starting my mornings like this.

Abigail: Yeah, me too. Actually, um, this is the first time I've ever spent the night with someone.

Ben: Well, I hope it's the first of many.

Abigail: Me too.

Ben: Although, for the future--

Abigail: What?

Ben: Maybe you could learn not to be such a sheet hog.

Abigail: What? Oh, my God. I was not a sheet hog.

Ben: Oh, yes, you were. Absolutely. But, it's okay, regardless. Hey, look, last night was perfect.

Abigail: Was I really a sheet hog?

Ben: And a blanket hog.

Abigail: And a blanket hog?

Ben: Mm-hmm, and then you actually tried to take my pillow. We wrestled with it for a little while, but--

Abigail: Stop! Now--okay--now I know you are totally making that up.

Ben: Yeah, I am. But I'm not making up that last night was perfect.

Abigail: For me too.

Ben: And you know, right now is not all that bad, either.

Abigail: Yeah, you know, I am liking right now a whole lot, actually.

Ben: There is nothing that I would rather do than hold you like this, and feel you in my arms.

Brady: Maggie, I am-- I wanna take this little opportunity--I want to make amends with you.

Maggie: You all ready have.

Brady: No, it's not just about owning up to all the destructive things that I--I-- I did while I was using. I'm talking about when I was clean and the bad decisions that I made then. I mean, everyone, including yourself, you tried to steer me away from Theresa and I was so stubborn, I didn't listen, and I-- I pushed everyone away.

Maggie: Brady--

Brady: Maggie--Maggie, I'm not gonna do that again. Because I realize how lucky I am that I have family and friends that are gonna stick by my side, no matter what. And I wanna repay you.

Maggie: That's not necessary.

Brady: I think it is I think it is necessary, because I want to be there for all of you the way you were there for me. Even my dad--even my dad, I--I had good conversation with him before he left for Europe and I'm gonna try to resolve things with him too.

Maggie: Brady, I want to tell you how proud I am for you owning up to your mistakes. I know it isn't easy.

Brady: I said a lot of hateful things to you in the course of this past year. And I'm really ashamed of it. 'Cause the only thing you showed me was love and support. So there's something I want to ask of you, and I don't even know if I deserve the right to ask you, but I'm just gonna ask anyway. Would you consider being my sponsor again?

Maggie: Brady, yes!

Brady: Is that a yes?

Maggie: That's a yes, that's a double yes.


Theresa: You told dad? What, did you think that humiliating me would make you look like the good sister.

Eve: I didn't say anything, all right? Brady's grandfather called dad and Kim early this morning. Apparently Victor was bellowing about how you were trying to entrap his grandson with this pregnancy thing.

Theresa: Well, how dare he, it's none of his damn business.

Eve: Okay, don't shoot the messenger, Theresa, I just-- I thought you might want to know, all right?

Theresa: Well, did you at least tell dad that I wasn't lying, that I really thought that I was pregnant?

Eve: No, I told him you would fill him in on all the details when you called him back.

Theresa: Gee, thanks.

Eve: You know what, Theresa, your story is hard to present in a believable fashion. You took a home pregnancy test, you got a positive result. I mean, 99% accurate, according to the box, and yet you weren't even pregnant.

Theresa: Eve, don't give me that B.S. Again about how I saw what I wanted to see just so I can hang on to Brady. Look, the stick clearly said pregnant. Why did I go to Kayla for a blood test? I'm a much better liar than that.

Eve: Okay. All right, I'll give you that, but you know what, it doesn't really matter how you came to be "misinformed," Brady obviously hates you now more than he did before. If that's possible. But here's what I want to know, what's your crazy plan to get your hooks back in him?

Abigail: Do we really have to get up?

Ben: When I was renting that room, I couldn't wait to get up and just bolt to work every single day. But now, you are making this a lot harder to get out of this bed.

Abigail: Yeah, I suppose I should probably show up for my first full day at work.

Ben: I guess if I wanna keep this place, I should probably keep working, too.

Abigail: Hey, do you think that, um, if school and work gets too hard for you, that maybe Clyde would--

Ben: Oh, no, no, I can never ask him for anything else. Seriously, Abigail, you know, Clyde came through this one time, but he's got a ways to go before I can trust that it's for real.

Clyde: I was always worried that I'd end up like my pa. He was a real son of a bitch, pardon the language.

Marlena: Go on.

Clyde: Well, one day I took a good look in the mirror and I just realized-- aw, jeez--

Marlena: What is it?

Clyde: I feel a little ridiculous, man my age talking about his daddy issues.

Marlena: You know, the relationship we have to our parents is fundamental to who we become. It has a great deal to do with our psyche, even as adults.

Clyde: True, that.

Marlena: Mr. Weston, I'm afraid our time is up.

Clyde: Oh, well I hope we'll be able to continue at a later date.

Marlena: Um, I will see if I have any time in my schedule, and if not, I can certainly recommend a colleague.

Clyde: Okay, well-- thank you for meeting me.

Marlena: Of course.

Hope: As you know, Aiden and I--your dad and I--are--we're dating--getting to know each other and I hope you guys are okay with that.

Chase: As long as you two aren't going to be kissing all the time.

Aiden: Chase--

Hope: No, it's okay, it's fine. Are you kidding? I remember feeling exactly the same way when I was your age.

Aiden: Yeah, well we will try to restrain ourselves, okay? How 'bout you, Ciara? You still okay with all this?

Ciara: Yes, but--

Hope: What? Honey, what's wrong?

Ciara: I want you to be happy, I just--

Hope: You just? Ciara, you just what, honey?

Ciara: What about daddy? We'll still be a family, won't we?

Hope: Honey, of course. Your daddy is always gonna be your daddy.

Ciara: And I can still talk about him?

Hope: Ciara Alice, of course no one is asking you to forget your daddy. I know how much you love him and you should love him. Love you.

Chase: And I don't have to forget mom?

Aiden: Hey, hey, hey, hey, no one is forgetting anyone, okay? This is we're just getting to know each other a little bit better, that's all, okay?

Ciara: Great, then can we please order my pancakes now?

Hope: Yes! Of course. Uh, let's get a waiter over here.

Theresa: I'm through with Brady. I mean, why would I want to be with a guy who doesn't want me.

Eve: I have no idea. But it's never stopped you before, honey.

Theresa: Well, he's no fun anymore. And right now, my life just needs a little fun. And I wasted so much time on him and he wasn't worth any of it.

Eve: If you say so.

Theresa: I mean it.

Eve: Okay. You know what, I hope that you do, really. 'Cause I think it's time that we both accept that some dreams just don't come true. I think we both need to move on.

Theresa: Eve, I really am sorry about your singing career.

Eve: Thank you. And I'm sorry about what happened with Brady. But you know what? Like you said, you know, ready to move on, he's not worth it--you just don't look back, okay? And make sure you do not have any loose ends.

Theresa: What do you mean?

Eve: Well--[Cell phone rings]

Theresa: That's my crazy boss.

Eve: You know what, sweetheart, I'm gonna take care of everything, all right.

Theresa: What do you mean?

Eve: Call dad. Call dad.

Theresa: What?

Anne: You're late.

Theresa: I know, but--

Anne: Yeah, well get your butt in my office right now. We need to talk.

Maggie: Well, I'll let you get to work.

Brady: I'm glad we talked.

Maggie: Me too. Maybe we can go to a meeting later?

Brady: Mm, that'd be great.

Maggie: [Chuckles] I am so excited for you, Brady. I can't wait to see where you go from here.

Brady: Where do I go from here?

[Cell phone ringing]

Theresa: Hi, dad. Yeah--look--no--look, I'm sorry that I didn't call you back yet, my phone was turned off and I didn't realize it and-- look, I'm kinda in a rush to get to work, so-- no, dad, look, Victor has it all wrong, I--[Groans]

Ciara: Can I be done, now?

Hope: Honey, all you ate was the whipped cream.

Ciara: Whipped cream has a lot more protein than pancakes--which are unhealthy carbs.

Aiden: She rests her case.

Maggie: Good morning. Hi!

Aiden: Hello, would you like to join us?

Maggie: Uh, thank you, but I all ready ate.

Aiden: Oh.

Ciara: Did you know Aiden and mommy are boyfriend and girlfriend now?

Maggie: Oh, well, thanks for making sure I'm up to date. I won't keep you, I'm on my way to the post office.

Ciara: Ooh, that's right next to the pet store. Can I come with you to look at the puppies?

Maggie: Well, if your mom says it's okay.

Hope: If you really don't mind.

Maggie: I don't mind at all. Chase, would you like to come too?

Chase: Yeah.

Maggie: All right, well come on you two. That'll be fun.

Aiden: Yes, thank you so much.

Maggie: Oh, sure.

Aiden: Thank you.

Hope: Stick together.

Maggie: Awhile.

Hope: Sorry about that.

Aiden: About what?

Hope: My daughter, the town crier.

Aiden: You know what?

Hope: What?

Aiden: I don't care if the whole world knows that we are seeing each other. Okay?

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Aiden: But I know it's a little uncomfortable for you because a lot of people can start asking questions about Bo.

Hope: And you know what, I'm fine with that now. I'm ready to answer those questions. And I do, really, very much enjoy, being with you. And I don't care who knows about it.

[Knocking on door]

Marlena: Mr. Narita, how are you feeling today?

Paul: Not too bad. Magic of pain killers. Didn't expect to see you again, Dr. Evans.

Marlena: Well, I thought I would follow up our conversation of yesterday.

Paul: I told you I'm fine.

Marlena: I know. I'm glad you're healing so well. But I also thought it might be helpful to you to a sports psychologist or--

Paul: You?

Marlena: Yes. Yes. You will be facing a lot of uncertainties.

Paul: I may never pitch again. I know. Look, I know you're just doing your job, but there's no reason to assume that I'm screwed up in the head just because I live life in the public eye.

Marlena: I didn't say that. I don't feel that.

Paul: Good. 'Cause the only thing I need fixed is my shoulder, not my head.

Marlena: All right. If there's anything that I can do to help--

Paul: There won't be.

Marlena: Fine.

Brady: Eve.

Eve: Hi, I'm sorry to drop by unannounced, but I just-- well, I'm just upset about what's happened between you and my sister.

Brady: You're upset?

Eve: Yes, I just feel terrible about what she's done to you. Do you mind if I come in?

Brady: Sure, sure, come on in.

Eve: Thank you. Thank you. You know, Theresa swears to me that she really thought that she was pregnant.

Brady: Yeah, I know, she-- well, apparently it was a big misunderstanding.

Eve: Well, that's very generous of you. Not just that, but for everything that she's done to you. You know, I just found out that she's the one that put your daddy in a coma. I was horrified.

Theresa: Dad, Victor Kiriakis hated our family for over 30 years, why would you listen to anything he has to say? I don't know, either I got a false positive or I misread it, but, whatever happened I thought I was pregnant and now I know that I wasn't. You know--dad-- if it's really all the same to you, I would really like to put this whole thing behind me, okay? Yeah. Look, Dad, I'm at work now so I really gotta go, um-- okay. All right, I love you too. Bye.

Anne: Oh, there you are.

Theresa: All right, so what is this big emergency that you had to drag me out here for?

Anne: Other than the fact that you are one hour late for work?

Theresa: I really hope you have a better reason than that, Anne.

Anne: I got some really interesting news last night and you are not going to like it, not one bit.

Theresa: I really, I can't even imagine things getting worse.

Abigail: Good morning, ladies.

Theresa: What are you doing here?

Abigail: Oh, Anne didn't tell you? I got my job back. Yay!

Clyde: Well you're looking mighty chipper today.

Ben: I didn't even get a chance to tell you yesterday, I found an apartment.

Clyde: Hey, that's great. When are you moving in?

Ben: Already did. I never would've been able to afford it if you didn't pay for my tuition this semester. I'm really grateful.

Clyde: That's the least a dad can do for his boy, especially a dad who's got a lot of making up to do.

Hope: Hey, did you see, um, see the puppies?

Ciara: Yeah, they have a Yorkie up for adoption. She kissed me 12 times.

Chase: She just liked the way you taste. [Laughter]

Hope: She tastes delicious, that's why. Thank you so much for taking them, I hope they weren't too much trouble.

Maggie: Oh, they were perfect angels. Well, more or less.

Hope: Okay.

Maggie: Oh, hope, it does my heart good to see you so happy.

Hope: I really am...happy.

Maggie: Have you decided whether you're going to bring Aiden and chase to thanksgiving?

Hope: Yes, yes--I'm not even going to let you finish the sentence because it's a yes, all four of us will be there.

Maggie: Wonderful.

Hope: Aside from the cranberry sauce I'm going to buy and bring, is there anything else?

Maggie: Just your wonderful selves.

Ciara: Mommy, did you know you can train a ferret to walk on a leash?

Hope: I did not.

Maggie: You know, I better finish my errands. Um, you know, I'm going right by St. Luke's, you want me to drop the kids off at school?

Ciara: Can we ride with your top down?

Hope: No. Ciara Alice, it's November, it's cold.

Ciara: So? Chase, do you want to go to school in my aunt Maggie's convertible?

Chase: Cool.

Aiden: Uh, sounds fun but you have plans to carpool with your friend from judo class, remember? And he's gonna be here shortly, so, yeah.

Chase: Darn.

Ciara: Well, see you at school.

Hope: Uh, what are you forgetting? You're got a kiss for your mother--I love you, baby.

Ciara: I love you too.

Hope: Have a great day, make yourself proud, okay.

Ciara: I will.

Aiden: Chase, you okay?

Chase: Yeah. Yeah.

Eve: You know, if I had known earlier, what Theresa had done, I would have forced her to come clean much earlier.

Brady: 'Course you would have. You know I don't--I don't blame you for what your sister did.

Eve: Well it was just despicable. And I hope that you're not thinking about taking any legal action, are you?

Brady: No. No I'm not, I'm not gonna press charges and my father won't either.

Eve: That's so generous of you.

Brady: Generosity has nothing to do with it, eve. For one, it would be a very tough thing to prove, but secondly and most importantly, I just--I just wanna put that nightmare behind me.

Eve: Oh, look, I totally understand.

Brady: However, you could do a favor for me.

Eve: Well, if I can, I will.

Brady: See, Theresa and I were never really right for each other.

Eve: Clearly.

Brady: I was hoping you could talk to her. Maybe make her understand that it would be best if the two of us would just stay out of each other's lives for good.

Theresa: I thought my cousin had you banned from this place for life after your tacky affair with EJ DiMera.

Abigail: Oh, the hospital board had a change of heart.

Theresa: Huh, what did Sami have to say about that?

Abigail: Sami doesn't live here anymore.

Theresa: Anne, you know, maybe we should send out a memo to the staff, warning them that Abigail's on the prowl again.

Anne: [Chuckles] Theresa, it is unprofessional to make rude remarks about coworkers.

Abigail: Thank you. Anne, that's very sweet. Theresa, you know, I'm really glad I ran into you.

Theresa: Why?

Abigail: Because you are one of the few people to not sign your confidentiality form yet. Right on the dotted line, please.

Theresa: Paul Narita? Isn't he that hot football player?

Anne: Baseball player.

Theresa: Oh, whatever, he's always in the tabloids--it seems like he's dating a different actress every week.

Abigail: Per our agreement, you are not to engage in any gossip about Mr. Narita.

Theresa: Oh, look who's the morality police now.

Abigail: Or disclose to anyone that he's a patient at our hospital.

Theresa: You just love telling people what to do, don't you?

Abigail: You know, it's really great working with you again, too, Theresa. See ya.

Theresa: Bye. Hashtag hatethatbitch.

Anne: You and me, both.

Theresa: Yeah, but you know, on the bright side, we've got a celebrity in our midst--I mean, what the hell is he doing in Salem?

Anne: Oh, well, Dr. Daniel Jonas is the only surgeon in the whole wide world who can help him.

Theresa: Of course. Now I have something to be thankful to Daniel for. God, I mean, Paul Narita is super hot and he's super loaded. He's exactly what I need to get over that idiot, Brady.

Anne: Excuse me, excuse me, I saw Paul first and he has actually expressed some interest.

Theresa: Oh, Anne, he's a captive audience. I mean, last week Jennifer Lawrence was on his arm. Who do you think he's gonna pick between the two of us? You or me? (Announcer) are you dealing with hot flashes during menopause?

Clyde: Is there any chance you can cut back on your hours here to make the most of that education?

Ben: I wish I could, but Chad and Sonny want me to manage the new club on the south side when it opens.

Clyde: That's a hell of a commute.

Ben: Yeah, and a lot more overtime. But I'm hoping I can just talk Sonny into letting me stay here--maybe even cutting my hours a little bit.

Clyde: Well that's a good call. You've been scrimping and saving all this time for school, that's where your focus should be.

Ben: Yeah.

Clyde: Along with that beautiful girlfriend of yours, of course.

Ben: What's this?

Clyde: Oh, that's nothin', here--

Ben: Are you seeing a shrink?

[Cell phone ringing]

Aiden: Hey. Oh, hold on. Oh, let's go meet Grayson's dad, okay? Here, I'll grab that, and, uh, hope, don't leave just yet, I wanna say a proper goodbye.

Hope: Oh. Okay. Um, I'll multitask and check my work email while I'm waiting. Chase, have a great day.

Chase: Thanks.

Hope: Okay. Oh, Aiden, my battery's about to die, can I use your Wi-Fi?

Aiden: Uh yeah, sure. No problem.

Hope: Thanks.

Eve: Well, I would be happy to talk to Theresa for you, but I can't promise you it'll do any good. You do know how stubborn she is, right?

Brady: I sure do.

Eve: She was like that the second she was born. I always knew it would end like this--well, actually not like this--but clearly, you know, she's not your type. You're a mogul and she's just not in your league.

Brady: That's not what I'm saying.

Eve: No, no, of course you wouldn't say that, because you're too much of a gentleman--but come on, we both know that it's true. I love my sister and, well, probably understand her better than anyone does. So if you feel like you need to talk to somebody about anything, I know better than anyone. All right?

Brady: Well thank you, for that.

Eve: No problem. Well, I better get going.

Brady: Right, I'll--

Eve: No, no, no, no, I'll see myself out.

Brady: You sure?

Eve: Mm-hmm. Thanks. Sister, sister, sister, you really blew it this time. You could've had all this. And that fine specimen of a man, too.

[Knocking on door]

Paul: Yes?

Theresa: Hi. Can I help you with that?

Paul: You're not my PT and you're not a nurse. So you are?

Theresa: I'm here to assist you in your recovery in any way that I can. I'm Theresa Donovan. I work in H.R., So I'm not some crazy, stalker fan, and signed a confidentiality form so I know how to be discreet.

Paul: I appreciate that.

Theresa: I think you'll come to appreciate all sorts of things about me.

Paul: Believe me, I already do.

Theresa: While I'm not part of your medical team, I'm here to offer you whatever you need to feel better.

Paul: I've had a lot of offers from the women who work here, but you're a bit more foreword.

Theresa: And a lot more fun.

Paul: I can all ready tell.

Clyde: Yeah, I didn't want to say anything.

Ben: Why not?

Clyde: Well, I already told you that I started seeing a shrink outside poplar bluff after you and your sister left. And I gotta admit I got some unresolved issues.

Ben: [Scoffs] Who doesn't?

Clyde: Heard this Dr. Evans is pretty good so I went over to see her this morning. Her schedule's pretty full, but I'm hoping she can take me on as a patient.

Ben: I didn't know whether to believe you when said you saw a shrink back home, but, you're really serious about getting help.

Clyde: Well, you and your sister know better than anybody that I really need it. And I want it, too. So I can be a better dad, to both of you. But I would appreciate you keeping this just between us, all right?

Ben: Yeah, sure.

Clyde: You have a good day, son.

Ben: You too.

Marlena: Well it seems we have no need to keep a slot open for Mr. Narita.

Sharon: Oh, that's too bad.

Marlena: Yes, but it means we'll have room in the schedule for Mr. Weston--would you be good enough to call him and make an appointment?

Sharon: Of course.

Marlena: Thanks.

The girl's convinced that she was never pregnant.

Dr. Mandrake: Then she has no memory of what happened to her that night?

Clearly not.

Dr. Mandrake: Excellent. Ms. DiMera will be very pleased.

Theresa: I know you won't be able to go out for a while, and of course, you don't want to attract attention, but just say the word and I'll bring the party to you.

Paul: How is it a beautiful woman like yourself isn't already taken?

Theresa: I guess the right guy just hasn't come along yet. Well, I'll see you later. But if you get lonely in the meantime, just give me a ring.

Aiden: You sure you're okay, bud?

Chase: Yeah.

Aiden: What were you thinking back there when you were looking at hope?

Chase: Just how she's like mom.

Aiden: Really? In what way?

Chase: You know how a long time ago, Ciara said her mom was rich? So was my mom.

Hope: What the...?

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