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Episode #12574 ~ Kristen & Brady come face to face; John tries to make amends with Paul; Clyde affects the outcome of Ben's legal situation; Aiden & Hope discover the challenges of being an attorney & detective in love.
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Good morning. Good morning.
What? Oh, my gosh, look at the time.
Relax. The kids are on a sleepover, remember? So really there's no reason to... get out of bed. That's right.
What the hell are you doing?
Oh, well, I could ask you the same thing.
[Knock at door]
Zoe. Thanks. What are you doing here? I have a new assignment for you. And if you were wearing socks, it would knock 'em right off you.
What do you mean you don't know if it was taken care of? I told you last night that it had to happen immediately. Well, what the hell do you think I pay you for? Oh, find out, damn it, and get back to me.
Hey, I know...
Ben. It's early, I just-- I wanted to see you before you left for work.
Why? What's wrong? I got the feeling you were more upset last night than what you let on about what happened when I was living in Florida. Our target is in my sights. Good. Don't worry, I've got this one in the bag. You better. A life is depending on it... yours.
Theresa: All of the demagnetized ID badges have been reactivated, so... thank you for coming down here and taking care of that before your shift. Yup. Now, I'm gonna home and go back to bed. Hey, and if my boss has anything to say about it, you can tell her that-- maybe you'd like to tell her yourself. I sure would. Hey, baby. You. You get out of my face, you bastard.
Lee: We're beginning our descent but we'll be hitting some unexpected turbulence.
Yeah, I figured this would be a bumpy ride.
Lee: Worse than that. The airstrip is very short. With this low visibility, I'm afraid we may have to abort.
When I go, I'm going to be carrying a part of you inside of me. The very best part.
No. No, Lee. We have to land here. That's the only chance I have to take Kristen by surprise.
Lee: It's your plane...
Lee, you can do this. You have to.
Thank God you're in Salem safe, Melanie, because I would never take this kind of chance if you were here.
Well, at least if we die, we die together. Sort of.
My mom needed to talk to me about something. Oh, is she okay? Yeah. Then I came back here and worked late. But the real reason you couldn't go home is the person that sent you that text. You're reading my text messages now? Well, yeah, your phone was just sitting there, buzzing away, so, that's why I woke you up. Well, thank you. Uh-hmm. And as your business partner and your best friend, I have to--well, no, I'm going to ask you a question. What's that? If you're not working things out with will, is it because you still have a thing for Paul Narita? I told you to stay away. And I told you that I wasn't gonna let you just get up and walk out of my life. Well, I don't have anything to say to you.
What? He says he knows who you are. And he can tell when he looks into your eyes that you're my father. Your next subject has led an interesting life. We'll call him "complex." Okay. And since you did so well on the Narita story, this should be a breeze. Are you gonna give me his name? Clyde Weston. Fine, if you won't go, then I will. Come on, baby. Hear me out. I've missed you like crazy, and I know now that... that what? That you need me, baby? That you can't live without me, baby? Well, guess what? I haven't missed you, Clint. And what's that saying? "Fool me once, shame on..." you. So, go away, you freak. I'm sorry. And I can explain, if you'd just listen to me. No, you listen to me. Do us both a big favor and start walking or I will.
I could really get used to this. You want room service? That. But I meant waking up next to you. I know exactly what you mean. And then going to sleep next to you. And, well, a few other things. I was just surprised when you told Aiden the whole story about what happened in Florida. Well, honestly I should've told him the truth right away. And I should've told you. You didn't think it was a big deal and you were trying to save money for school. It just--you know, Ben, when you're hanging out with those kinds of people... it freaks you out. I know. I'm sorry if I seemed like I'm upset it's just because I care about you and I don't want anything to happen to you. And the last thing I would want is for you to think that I'm judging you. Yeah, but, Abigail, that's exactly what I want you to do. I'm not getting into this with you. Good. Then, go home and get into it with your husband. You remember the man you took all those vows with? Sickness and health, and I'm all in or I'm all out and blah, blah, blah, blah, blah. Hey, and don't look at me that way. I don't know how it goes because I've never been there. But what I do know is you are two of my best friends, and you meant every word you said on your wedding day, the happiest day of your life, right? Hey, so, maybe it's time for you two to sit down and decide if those promises you made to each other meant anything at all. Why would you think I'd be even remotely interested in doing a profile on some hick like Clyde Weston? Look, my initial thought was the same, but he is a real rags to riches story. He is a philanthropist, donating beaucoup bucks to the hospital. You know, the one with your family name on it? I'm pretty sure he just did that to impress my grandma. They're-- they're dating. Yes, I know. He is your next profile, will. End of story. Okay, on one condition. "Condition"? I want to see every response, be it social media or snail mail, that Sonix has gotten on my article about Paul Narita. Such an ego. You know I admire that about you, but Narita's old news, will. I mean, don't you think it's time to move on? Okay, fine. I'll see what I can do but you had better get to work on Clyde Weston, got it? Great. John Black, this is my grandfather, Hiro Narita.
Ohayo gozaimasu. You speak Japanese?
Just a few words but I'm a fast learner.
Well, Grandfather says we should talk, but I've got nothing. So, go ahead and say what you came all this way to say.
Yes, well, thank you for calling me back so quickly. The message I left was in reference to my client, Ben Rogers. Really? When was this? I see. Well, thanks for letting me know. You want me to judge you? Don't you have to judge the people you love, whether you want to or not? Ben, I can't even imagine what it must've been like for you and Jordan. You were--you were kids, and you had to do whatever you could to survive and stay ahead of Clyde. Yeah, but I still knew right from wrong. And yet when I saw the opportunity to make a little cash on the side, I took it. Because you had to. I didn't have to. I mean, it helped for sure but I knew what I was doing was illegal. And now, out of all the people, it's Clyde I have to go to for help. But Clyde still has a lot to make up to you. I'm sure he would be happy to do whatever he could to help you. Come on, damn it. Ring.
Oh, you're such a beautiful boy and I don't care what anybody says. I think you look just like me. What's the matter? It's okay... I hate to sound like a broken record but Theresa Donovan is not our only hope. We do still have time to find another donor. Understand this, I'm his mother. I am not gonna sit idly by and watch him suffer from a compromised immune system. He needs a bone marrow transplant and the very best match is Theresa, so that's who we're gonna get. I have faith in Clint, I really do. But to bring her here involves such risks. Yeah, but you know what? It's what I want. And the more I think about it, the way this whole thing happen, the more I realize that using Theresa this way simply is how it must be done. Isn't that right? Yes, it is. You followed me? Do you like it? That can't be real. But it is and there's plenty more where that came from. Since when? That's what I'm trying to tell you. I just came into a ton of money, babe. How? All legal, I swear. I was going to head straight to Vegas, but on my way, I realized that the most important thing was missing, you. That's one of the nicest things anyone has ever said to me. I mean every word. Really? Because for some reason, I don't think that you mean one. Look, lee, I'm sorry to put you in this tight situation but I have confidence you can land this plane. (Lee) glad one of us does. It's the only way to avoid customs, lee. I can't let the DiMeras know I would come. (Lee) I understand. Listen, once you land, I need you to get the plane back up in the air immediately. (Lee) yes, sir. I plan to fly to your family's private island in Greece to refuel. I'll wait for your call to pick you up, assuming the plane is still in one piece. I appreciate you taking the risk, lee. Hey, glad it's just the two of us, right?
[Hissing] Uh, um....
I'm just grateful you have a good lawyer and... - yeah. - And that those guys didn't pull you in any deeper. I know. Sorry. Hello? Hey, Ben. It's Aiden Jennings. Mr. Jennings, hi. What's up? Well, I have good news, Ben. Well, at least good for you. I just got off the phone with the Florida authorities. It looks like they're not going to be bringing you in for questioning after all. Why not? Well, Mr. Wollensky was stabbed to death during a prison transfer. He died on the scene before he received any medical attention. What? Do they know who did it? Well, they're investigating now but, you know, in his line of work, I'm sure the guy managed to make his share of enemies in and out of prison. So, I'm sure there's a long list of people he has managed to upset. Anyway, it's a shame for Mr. Wollensky but at least you have nothing to worry about now. Yeah. Thank you for letting me know. Of course. Now, stay out of trouble. Believe me, that's the plan. What happened? I guess the authorities aren't gonna need to question me anymore. What? Why? Mr. Wollensky was killed in prison this morning. Well, that's a lot better. You make sure his family gets paid in cash for a job well done, yeah?
Food's here. I know, I grabbed a piece of toast while you were on the phone. You grabbed a piece-- I didn't see you. Well, you seemed to be having a very intense conversation. I overheard you tell Ben Rogers he's off the hook. Yeah, lucky break for Ben. - Tea? - Please. Here. Very lucky break. Didn't you just tell me yesterday... hope, we're not gonna have this conversation. Talk about a 180. You never even spent a dime on me before. You just drank my booze, and ate my food, and you even ate the very last piece of chocolate in the house. - Sorry. - Yeah. So what, do you think you can just come back and dangle jewels in my face? I mean, what's the deal? You know I had nothing to my name. Nothing of value at all, until now. Okay. So what happened? I mean, what, did you strike oil in your backyard or get an inheritance from a rich aunt you never knew you had? I mean, come on, Clint. How gullible do you think I am? What do you really want? You, baby. I'm the luckiest guy in the world. Lucky scratchers, to be specific. Netted a cool two mil after taxes. And to top it all off, I've got you. You don't have me. You are so lying. Here's the check. I am so rich. Really. And I'm ready for an endless party. You want to join me or not?
Hi. Hey. Is Ari still with your aunt Kayla? Yeah. She texted me a picture. Ciara, chase, Joey, and Ari are saving the world, one tree at a time. She is going to need to take a bath when she gets home. Since it's just you and me, I thought we could talk. Yeah. I'd love that. As long as we don't get into another shouting match. Look, Sonny, you were right before. Our marriage, it's you and me. No one else. What I did, it was my fault, not Paul's. And whether or not he comes back to Salem, I'm the one that needs to make things right. So wait. You were never really a priest? No. I thought I was for a brief time but... that doesn't make any sense. Paul, my past before I came to Salem is a blank slate. There was a period of time, years that I didn't know who I was or what I was about. I can relate. And there's still a lot that I don't know. Now, when I met your mother, I had just ended a long relationship. But what I didn't know... was if you're a priest or if you ever really were one? Oh, I know--I know--I know this sounds unbelievable. You know, you're right, it does. What your mother and I had just wasn't any fling, Paul. She was so-- she was so beautiful but more than that she was dignified and she was compassionate. She still is. And I never wanted her to leave Salem. She said she couldn't do it. I never knew that she was pregnant. I never knew she came back to try to tell me. When she found out that you were a priest, she stepped away and did the honorable thing. Oh, I understand that. But if I knew she was carrying my child, I never would have turned my back on her. And I'm so sorry that we have lost all of this precious time because of some terrible misunderstanding. It's really a shame, isn't it? Because if you'd been around, you would've found out a lot sooner exactly who your son really is. That landing was one for the books, lee. You're gonna have a big raise coming when we get home. So I'm gonna grab my gear but I need you to get this plane up immediately so nobody knows that we were here.
No, no, no. Uh.... that silly Dr. Mandrake. He's afraid to bring Theresa here. Do you know why? Because I don't know why. She's just a speck of DNA. The very best part of you, your heart, your soul, they're mine, aren't they? Yeah. And once we get what we need from that speck, we'll gonna make her go away because you know what? She won't go away on her own. She just won't go away. We're gonna do the world a favor. We're gonna get rid of her for good.
Yes, we are.
This can't be real. It's not real. Babe, the money's already in my account. This is a copy I made of the check before I deposited it. Had to have a souvenir, right? You have real money? I sure do. And I'm gonna use it to treat you like a queen. First thing I'm gonna do is get you out of this dead-end town. Oh, I don't know, Clint. Why? You hate it here. Yeah. I just--I can't really lose my job. You hate your job. Yeah. I--it just--there's this complicated thing back in L.A. And I-- basically I'm stuck here. Oh, come on. Some old judge in L.A. Isn't gonna waste his time tracking down little old you, not where we're going. And it takes a long time to go through two mil. Where do you wanna spend it?
I know that I came down on you pretty hard the other day. Yeah. Yeah, you did. I understand the situation with Sonny and will is--it's complicated. But you wanted to believe will's story that I was the instigator, I was the one preying on Sonny, everything was my fault. And I'm--and I'm sorry about that. But I have known will all of his life and... and when I went out of my way to help you with that fundraiser, I was such a good guy until you decided I wasn't. And all of a sudden, you knew exactly what kind of man that I really was. I didn't mean to make you feel judged. I didn't feel judged! I was judged! Paul, I saw you together with Sonny. Now maybe it wasn't what it looked like. No, it wasn't! But you didn't care to hear the truth. But I do care. I just regret not asking enough questions. If I had known that you were my son... what difference would that have made? You wouldn't have hated me so quick? I don't hate you. I--my God, Paul, come on. So now what? You wish that we could just start all over? Well, you got that right. It's a little too late for that, dad. The way that I've been acting these past few weeks, months, it's not me. I'm not sure who you are anymore, will. Are you? My grandma Marlena, she actually accused me of turning into my mother. I love my mom, but it's still that's a-- it's a pretty low blow. But in a way she's right. I've been feeling so desperate that I just keep digging myself in deeper. Sonny, I was wrong to say that we did not need to see a counselor. It's just that I was-- I was so scared to admit to a perfect stranger all of the stupid, underhanded, lousy things that I've done to the man that I love with my whole heart. But that's what I need to do now. Our marriage and our daughter are the most important things to me in the world. Me, too, but you have no idea how much I want us to be together. So do I. Does this mean that you think you might be able to forgive me? Hope, you know my conversation with a client is privileged. I didn't mean to overhear. I was just innocently grabbing a piece of toast but that doesn't change the fact that I did overhear. Your client finds out that he's on the hook as an accessory to a crime that happened a couple of years ago, and suddenly the perp is murdered? I don't know, but, yeah, I mean, sure. Okay. It could be a coincidence. - Okay. Hope, hope, hope... - but the cop in me says... - hope, hope, hope, hope. - Something differently. Did I not make myself clear? We cannot have this conversation. Ever. It has to be a rule, just has to be.
Dad, hey. I'm just on my way to class. But I won't keep you long. I just wanna find out if Mr. Jennings has made any progress with your case. He actually just called a little while ago. He said Mr. Wollensky was killed in prison. Really? Huh? So the authorities aren't looking to question you anymore? Nope. Well, things are looking up. For me, not for him. Yeah, it will. Men like that, you never really know who got it in for them. Best thing you can do is just steer clear of his kind, hear me? Yeah. Oh, Abigail. Do you have a minute? Oh, sorry, no. I--I've a really full schedule today. Okay. But before you go, any more news on Ben's situation in Florida? Actually, the authorities aren't interested in questioning him anymore. No? The man that they wanted to question him about was killed this morning in prison. Hmm, well, that worked out real well for Ben, didn't it? Well, yes, but that's... no, but who cares about the poor sucker in jail? He's one of the bad guys, right? You know, someone got paid off to kill him probably. Oh, you and your family would know all about that, wouldn't you, Chad? Come on. What do you have to lose? You're right. I have nothing to lose. I hate my job and everyone in Salem, and everyone hates me. Yeah, and as for that judge in L.A., I'll just--I'll worry about it later. Oh, I don't think you're gonna have to worry about it at all.
[Laughs] Oh, I feel so free.
[Laughs] Okay. I'm gonna go pack. - Okay. - I'll be right here. Okay.
You better have good news for me. I do. Excellent. I'm expecting a nurse who's gonna help Dr. Mandrake with the procedure. That's assuming that there is going to be a procedure. And that's assuming you've got Theresa. She's packing now for her trip. Yeah, straight to hell.
[Dramatic music playing]
And what I'm saying is I think we need to talk more. Really talk. See where we are, and where we wanna go. That sounds like a plan. But first, I need to grab a shower.
Zoe, hi. Keep an eye on your email. My assistant, Gabriel, found that feedback that you were asking for, the file is huge, so tell him if it doesn't come through. Great. Please tell Gabriel to keep sending everything else that comes in especially since the spectator posted that article by Davis Favi. Are you planning another piece on Paul? Maybe. Fine. But Clyde Weston comes first. Got it. You'd better.
[Typing] Wow. Gabriel works fast.
And as far as I'm concerned, Paul, it's never too late. Maybe not for you. But see, I've seen what kind of man that you really are. And you're just like everyone else. See, I'm Paul Narita, the all-star pitcher. And as long as I'm doing what you expect, I'm the hero. But the minute I pitch a bad game, or get injured, or, God forbid, come out of the closet, turns out they're all rooting against me all along, right? Paul, Paul, you need to understand. But do you know how many tweets that I get, the emails from people that feel - the same way you do? - I don't feel that way. They don't even know me, and they're just thrilled to throw me under the bus. It sucks, but at least with them it's nothing personal and good riddance to them. Sadly, you're family. It's not so easy to get rid of you.
I already told you, I really wasn't involved with those people. Yeah, I know what you said but I also know how these scum work. You know, if Wollensky were still among us, and he'd knew the police wanna question you, he would've come after you whether you knew anything or not. But he was in jail. I mean, how would he even know if the--if the authorities wanted to... guys with the money and power that he had, they're always a step ahead. They get things done. Yeah. I guess Wollensky finally crossed the wrong guy. I guess so. But I'm glad things turned out the way they did for you. But now it's time you get your butt back to class.
[Chuckles] Yes, sir.
[Suspenseful music] Where the hell did that come from? Came from the annals of history, Chad. Look, I don't know what it is you're trying to imply about Ben, but I do know for a fact that EJ hired a hitman - to kill my cousin nick. - No, no, no, no.
Gabi shot nick.
Oh, no. Gabi shot nick because she got there first. How do you know that? Because EJ told me. He showed me the money. So don't pretend that you are unaware of what the DiMeras are capable of. Hey. I am not my brother. Never forget that.
I hope you're pleased. Are you kidding? I'm ecstatic. I'll see you and that little tramp very soon.
Theresa: Okay. I didn't know what to pack, so I packed everything. Good call. Yeah. So, where are we going first? It's gonna be the surprise of your life.
[Laughs] Oh, shoot. No, please, don't take off. Brady must've gotten off the plane. Um...
[Murmurs] Oh, sure. Brady. After all these years, I finally got the one thing I want more than anything in the world.
[Pouring a drink] I got my child. How lucky am I that it's Brady's beautiful son who's gonna be happy, and healthy, and mine forever.
[Knocks on the door]
It's the nurse. This is all going as planned. It's all going perfectly.
[Opens the door] Brady!
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