Days Transcript Monday 12/5/16

Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 12/5/16

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Episode #12975 ~ Ciara is taken aback when she meets her online date; Hope receives help from an unexpected source; Hattie & Hope continue to bond; Shawn & Rafe enlist Kate's help to investigate a lead; Theo invites Valerie to go Christmas-tree shopping.

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Claire: Okay, so my mom, she is just always trying to run my life, and she's even trying to do it from Hong Kong. Right? 'Cause last night, on the phone, she was just, like, grilling me about how many hours I'm studying for finals.

Ciara: Oh, no. You poor baby. How can you stand it?

Claire: I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. I know how much you must miss your mom.

Ciara: It's okay. I'm just... I worry about her all the time.

Victor: We all do. Your mother's sentencing was a travesty. But she's strong and smart.

Ciara: What gets me is, the reason that she went over to Stefano's house that night-- it's not even true. I mean, yeah, Stefano did horrible things, but he never kidnapped and tortured my dad. That was somebody else, someone who hasn't paid and probably never will.

Hattie: What you thinkin', honey?

Hope: I am thinking about my daughter. I keep picturing her all alone.

Hattie: Well, she's not alone. You said you had a big family. They're taking care of her.

Hope: Yeah. I miss them too.

Hattie: That's a good thing about not having a family. You got no one to miss.

Hope: I'm sorry. Sorry, Hattie.

Hattie: Hey, I'm okay. I'm just fine. I know it's hard on you, being in here, though. But you know what? You did a good thing. Gettin' to that old goat. I was thinking I'd do it myself, but I didn't want to land in jail. I guess I did anyway, huh?

Hope: You know, you never did tell me the whole story.

Hattie: Well, I was-- you know, I was working as a secretary at a good job in Chicago. Had a great life. I was making a good living. Life was good at that point. It was good. Then I thought I'd try one of those speed-dating things. You know, you--you know. Anyway, I met this guy. He was tall...ish. Dark. Handsome... -ish. Anyway, we hit it off right away, you know? We became an item. He took me out. He wined and dined me. It was perfect. Till it wasn't.

[Suspenseful music]

Coco: If Hattie and miss thang from Salem think they're gonna be the new super couple on cell block c, they got a big surprise comin'.

Shawn: We've read through emails from Stefano's lawyer, his banker, his astrologer.

Rafe: Still nothing about his mindset from when hope showed up at his place that night.

Shawn: Wait. I got-- I got one from somebody here I haven't seen before. George.

Rafe: George who?

Shawn: I don't know.

Rafe: Did he send any other emails?

Shawn: Oh, whoa. Hey. Look. Check this out. You got to see this. He sent something.

Rafe: Wow. He didn't send a lot, but they sure kept in touch over time, didn't they?

Shawn: Yeah.

Rafe: Open the latest one.

Shawn: Ooh. Hot damn. Ho-ho. "Stefano, it is important that I see you in person immediately. I'm afraid I have some bad news."

Rafe: What's the date on that?

Shawn: Just three weeks before my mom showed up at Stefano's house.

Rafe: Finally.

Shawn: Yes.

Rafe: We're gettin' somewhere. You see, that old son of a bitch? He's talking to us whether he wants to or not.

Valerie: I am really pleased with the progress you're making, Abe. I won't need to see you again for a month.

Abe: Well, I hope I see you before then.

Valerie: Well, you know where to find me. Hi, Theo.

Abe: Hey.

Theo: Hey. So, I was looking at the Christmas tree lots, and the worst trees are at St. Luke's.

Valerie: Well, I guess, then, you'll have to stay away from there.

Abe: Well, actually, no. See, when Theo was little, his mother and I started this tradition of picking out the saddest-looking tree on the lot, and we'd give it a home for Christmas.

Valerie: Aww.

Theo: Yeah, and then, you know, we'd cut off all the dead branches and decorate it and give it plenty of water.

Abe: And it made us feel good.

Valerie: That is really sweet. All I ever have is a fake tree. I stay too busy to remember to water a live one, but I will tell you this-- that the prettiest fake tree is not even as nice as the saddest real tree.

Theo: Yeah, and it doesn't have that great pine smell.

Valerie: You're so right.

[Light piano music]

Theo: So, can you go now?

Abe: Uh, yeah, I guess I can.

Theo: And... if you're not working, maybe you could come with us.

Valerie: Oh.

Hattie: Don't pay attention to them, honey. They're just talk.

Hope: Tell me the rest of your story.

Hattie: Well, I showed up for work one day. Place was crawling with cops. Seemed that, um, somebody had embezzled a lot of money. Millions. And, uh, they tracked that stuff down to my personal computer.

Hope: Any idea how that happened?

Hattie: Hell if I know. I don't even know how to send an email. Anyway, it turns out the money had been, uh, transferred to an offshore account. I couldn't prove that I hadn't done it. So I copped a plea.

[Murmurs indistinctly]

Hope: Why didn't you fight it?

Hattie: I--

Hope: Hmm?

Hattie: I didn't have it in me to fight it, okay? Night before all that happened, my guy took off. He was just kind of a louse anyway.

Hope: Did it ever occur to you that maybe the person who set you up was your boyfriend?

Hattie: Yeah. Yeah, that occurred to me. Just didn't want to think about that.

Hope: Hattie, I meant what I said. I'm gonna have someone look into your case. I don't know what's gonna happen, but let's see what we can do. Hey. You really helped me out the other day when I was outnumbered.

Hattie: Well, when I saw you get yourself out of that headlock from Blondie over there, I thought you handled yourself pretty well. I'm just not sure how much of my help you're gonna need.

Chille: What's your problem?

Coco: Skinny bitch over there. Princess is a cop. Sent my old man to the joint. Now she's on the inside herself, and she still thinks she's better than everybody else.

Hattie: You're such a crazy--

Coco: Hattie? Hattie's sucking up to her and acting like a bodyguard.

Sheila: Ugh. It's enough to make you want to puke.

Hattie: I'm your only friend. You know what? You should be nicer.

Hope: [Laughs]

Hattie: [Laughs]

Hope: Right.

[Both laughing]

Chille: Yeah.

Hattie: Shut up.

Hope: I think you need to--

Chille: Glamour girl looks like she needs to be taken down a peg or five.

[Knuckles crack]

[Indistinct chatter, laughter]

Chille: She won't be so pretty when I'm done with her. [Laughter] Un-stop right there!

Ciara: I'm gonna go get some more tea.

Claire: Oh, no, this is enough for me.

Victor: Or I could call Henderson.

Ciara: It's okay. It's no problem.

Claire: No, I really shouldn't have brought up mom like that in front of Ciara.

Victor: Oh, it's not that. She was thinking about her father.

Claire: It seems like Ciara's really special to you.

Victor: All of my grandchildren are special to me. And my great-grandchildren.

Claire: But you gave Ciara a trust fund. Her father. And she didn't accept it.

Claire: I'm sorry. I guess I just shouldn't have brought it up. It's none of my business, really, and, believe me, I do not expect you to do anything like that for me. You know, I'm sure grandpa john will set one up. Someday.

Victor: What's the problem?

Claire: Okay, you see... all I get is my allowance, and I just have this project that I really want to do.

Victor: And your project requires financing. And grandpa john turned you down?

Claire: Well, I actually didn't ask him. He just wouldn't understand how much this projects means to a friend of mine, actually.

Victor: Oh, so you need the money for a friend? How selfless.

Claire: Oh, no, it is for someone else. I promise.

Victor: How much?

Claire: Like, $200?

Victor: Here you go. Knock yourself out.

Claire: Oh, I swear, it's not for me.

Victor: Did you ever hear the expression "don't kid a kidder"?

Claire: Pop-pop, I promise.

Victor: I really don't care what you do with the money.

Claire: Thank you so much. Mwah. I love you so much. You know, you are, like, the only adult in this family that actually gets me.

Victor: Huh. Well, I certainly do get you.

Claire: You know, my dad-- sometimes, he just treats me like one of his perps, you know? With all the questioning.

Victor: How maddening.

Claire: And the lectures.

Victor: An insult to your intelligence.

Claire: Please do not go anywhere for a long time, pop-pop, 'cause life would be really boring without you.

Victor: I'm not planning on going anywhere. And I do love you.

Claire: Okay, well, say good-bye to Ciara for me, and tell her that I'm really sorry about my big mouth.

Victor: Will do.

Claire: Bye.

[Mellow music]

Kate: Well, I haven't even had my coffee yet, so this better be important.

Rafe: It is. We have been going over Stefano's emails. Did Stefano ever mention a guy named George Kline to you?

Kate: Oh. Yes. Every time he griped about having to have his physical.

Shawn: It's his doctor.

Rafe: Yep.

Kate: So, why are you asking?

Rafe: Well, because he had emailed Stefano about three weeks before he died, saying he had some bad, bad news.

Kate: About his health?

Rafe: Well, I don't think he was gonna break the news to him that the bears weren't gonna make the playoffs.

Kate: Okay, so, what do you think it's about?

Rafe: Well, we were hoping that you could tell us.

Valerie: [Laughing] I didn't know you could have Christmas trees delivered.

Abe: Well, it's a whole new world.

Valerie: I see. And you definitely scored the saddest little tree on the lot.

Theo: Yeah, well, I mean, I picked it out before we went.

Abe: Yeah, it gives you kind of a warm glow inside, doesn't it?

Valerie: Mm.

Theo: Oh, I love-- I love Christmastime. Except that year you ate all my candy out of the advent calendar.

Abe: Are you never gonna let me forget that?

Theo: No.

[Laughter]

Abe: Come on, man, you know that Santa made it up to you in your stocking.

Theo: Oh, yeah, okay.

[Abe laughing]

Valerie: Sounds like you have such lovely Christmases.

Abe: You know, it's too bad you're gonna be away from home this year.

Valerie: Oh, I'll be fine. There's probably a football game on.

Abe: Watch it at our house.

Valerie: What?

Abe: Spend Christmas with us.

Hattie: I don't know. I don't know what you got.

Hope: You're crazy.

Hattie: Hard to say over here.

Chille: You're in my chair.

Hattie: [Sighs] Oh, man. Hope. I'd like you to meet Chille. You can tell just by lookin' at her that she's a debutante.

Hope: Nice to make your acquaintance.

Chille: The chair?

Hope: What about the chair? It's a nice chair.

Chille: It's mine.

Hattie: Hey, I didn't see your name on it.

Chille: Girl, one of these days, you got to break it down and learn how to read. Vacate the chair!

Hattie: Okay. Leave her alone.

Chille: She's in my chair.

Hattie: You touch her or you touch that chair, I will make sure that you don't have meatloaf the rest of the month.

Chille: Keep your meatloaf. She don't have much meat on her, but I'm sure it'll keep me satisfied for a long, long time. Agine a world where the holidays are about joy again.

Theo: Dad, Valerie's probably already got plans for Christmas.

Abe: Well, you heard her. She doesn't have any family around, and we're the only people she knows in Salem.

Theo: Right. Um, it would be fun if you come over.

Valerie: Oh.

[Cell phone ringing]

Valerie: Oh, this dumb thing. It froze again. It just started doing this, and I'm so dependent on my phone.

Theo: Have you tried doing the factory restart?

Valerie: The what?

Theo: The factory restart.

Valerie: I don't even know what that means.

Abe: You don't?

Valerie: No, I'm real good in the ER, but when it comes to electronic technology, I'm an airhead.

Abe: Well, Theo knows what he's talking about. He's been taking electronic devices apart since he was a toddler.

Valerie: Oh, well, would you mind taking a look at this thing?

Theo: No problem.

Abe: You know what? I'm gonna go get us some coffee.

Valerie: Okay, thanks. So, you're an electronics wiz, huh?

Theo: Um, no, I just like taking things apart.

Valerie: Well, obviously you're very smart.

Abe: Val. They're out of the coffee you like, so you want to come take a look at the board?

Valerie: Oh, sure, yeah.

Abe: All right.

Theo: There it goes.

[Festive music]

[Dramatic music]

Victor: Well, I figured you'd already talked to Jo and fern. Does she know that Adrienne's missing? Yeah, well, listen, I'm sure she's just trying to sort things out. You'll find her.

[Phone beeps]

Ciara: Where's Claire?

Victor: Oh, she had to go on a mission.

Ciara: Did she say what kind of mission?

Victor: Well, either to save the world or buy a new handbag.

Ciara: You didn't give her any money, did you?

Victor: I give all my grandchildren money.

Ciara: Grandpa! She's up to something.

Victor: That's my girl.

[Ominous music]

Hattie: You shank hope, and you will pay for it.

Chille: Oh, no. What if I end up in prison? Get out of my chair.

Hope: Since you, uh, asked so nicely.

Hattie: [Screams]

Hope: Hattie! Are you happy now?

Deimos: [Clapping]

[Dramatic music]

Valerie: So, is it fixed?

Theo: Yes. I was just making sure that it's working.

Valerie: Great. Oh, great. I was thinking I was gonna have to buy a whole new phone. Thank you so much, Theo.

Theo: You're so welcome.

Kate: Hello, Dr. Kline? Hi, it's Kate Roberts DiMera. How are you? Oh, that's so good. Look, I have been really wanting to call you for so long to talk about Stefano. Yeah, yes, we did get divorced, but, actually, we remained close-- well, up to the very end. Yeah. I'm working with Chad DiMera now at DiMera enterprises. I just told him the other day that you would be such a perfect addition to the board of trustees. Yes. Well, that's really not the only reason I called. What I really wanted to tell you-- I wanted to thank you for being such a wonderful doctor to Stefano. Dr. Kline? Hello? What?

[Phone beeps]

Kate: He just hung up on me.

Rafe: Hmm. Sounds like someone's getting too close for someone's comfort.

Shawn: But whose? I mean, Stefano's dead. Why would his doctor have a problem talking about him?

Rafe: That's a very good question.

Deimos: I'd get rid of that shank as soon as possible if I were you.

Hope: Hattie.

Hattie: Looks like you got to make yourself a new one. Who are you, and how the hell'd you get in here?

Deimos: My last name is Kiriakis. It opens a lot of doors. No, I want to talk to hope. Alone. Ladies? Wait a minute. You look like someone I've seen around Salem. The psychiatrist.

Hattie: Not again.

Deimos: So you've heard that before.

Hattie: Yeah. Yeah. A few times. But I'll tell you what. I looked up her picture. Far as I'm concerned, she's not even in my league.

Deimos: Right. I never got a chance to tell you how sorry I am for my part in what happened to your husband.

Hope: Just get out of here.

Deimos: You're in here because you held Stefano responsible for something that I did.

Hope: My problem.

Deimos: A real problem. I've done a long stint in prison. I know what it's like. No picnic. And I was innocent.

Hope: Well, I'm not. What do you want? Why are you really here?

Deimos: I know you hate me, hope.

Hope: [Chuckles] All that might be.

Deimos: Understood. But I'm no liar. I told you the truth when you asked me what happened to your husband, and I'm telling you the truth now. I know I cannot undo the pain that I've caused, but I can find a way to help you now, and I will. That is a promise.

[Dramatic music]

[Cell phone beeps]

Ciara: What?

Theo: Trying to find me the perfect present?

Ciara: Theo!

Theo: Well, are you?

Ciara: Actually, I decided not to get you a Christmas present this year. You've been too naughty.

Theo: Well, all I want for Christmas is that smile you just gave me.

Ciara: I know. I haven't been a lot of fun lately.

Theo: So, if you weren't online shopping, what were you doing on your phone?

Ciara: You know that dating site you helped me sign up for? Well, I got my first message from this guy, but it's, like, really weird.

Theo: Weird how?

Ciara: His profile picture's blurry. I mean, that doesn't seem like a good sign.

Theo: I mean, maybe he's just a bad photographer. Can I see?

Theo: No, yeah, that's-- that's weird. Well, look, you both like black-and-white movies. That's a good thing.

Ciara: Yeah, but he's older than I am.

Theo: Oh, no, but he's a-- he's a pharmaceutical rep, so, you know, they make a lot of money.

Ciara: Yeah. I mean, I guess it wouldn't hurt to meet him.

Theo: Yeah. You know, why don't you make him come here? You know, and I'll stay and hang around and make sure everything's good.

Ciara: I can't ask you to do that.

Theo: You didn't. I offered. And it'll make me feel better too.

Ciara: Thanks, Theo. Really, thank you.

Theo: So, yeah, I-- why don't you just text him now and see if he's free?

Ciara: You sure?

Theo: Yeah. Who knows? You might end up actually liking the guy.

Hattie: Hey. So what happened?

Hope: Maintenance was here--

Hattie: No, no no. Not maintenance. Come on. Kiriakis guy. Did he tell you what he wants?

Hope: Yeah. I don't believe him.

Hattie: Yeah? You know what? Whatever he wants, I'd be giving it to him. I took one look at him, and I thought, "ooh, mama. Cut me off a piece of that."

Hope: That'd be a mistake.

Hattie: Why?

Hope: I'll fill you in when we have a few hours.

Hattie: We have a few years. We got about 20 years.

Coco: What's with the side-eye, Hattie?

Hattie: What happened to the pinochle game?

Sheila: We're tired of pinochle.

Hattie: Okay, how about crazy eights? That's right up your alley.

Sheila: Whatever.

Coco: You know what? I think we'd rather finish up what we started.

Chille: Hey, hey, keep your mitts off her.

Coco: Why?

Chille: Well, because I've taken a shine to miss fancy pants. No one else touches her. Got it?

[Suspenseful music]

Deimos: So you have the prisoner on board. Everything's in motion? All right. Now, you're sure you can count on her, right? 'Cause I got a good look at her, and she does not seem that reliable. Okay. I'll make payments every week. You keep telling her that the only way she gets paid is if nothing, and I mean nothing, happens to hope Brady.

[Phone beeps]

Claire: Theo. Okay, you will not believe what just happened. I had breakfast this morning with my grandfather, and... what?

Theo: Read it. I took that picture of the text on Valerie's phone.

Claire: Are you kidding me? How did you do that?

Theo: Just look at it. The first one's from a guy named Eli, and she says she misses him a lot.

Claire: Okay, well, it sounds like she's involved with another man.

Theo: You think? Because I didn't know if I was just overreacting.

Claire: No. No, Theo. Definitely not. I bet you that this means that she has a boyfriend back home. Which means that she's lying to your dad.

Rory: Hi.

Ciara: Rory? Oh, my God. You're my online guy?

Rory: Looks like. You remember me. We only ran into each other once at club TBD.

Ciara: Yeah, and I remember when you hung out with my cousin JJ when he was a druggie.

Rory: I haven't seen JJ in forever.

Ciara: I can see why. He's a cop now. Your bio says you're a grownup.

Rory: Hey! I'm 22.

Ciara: Hey! You'll never be a grownup. I bet you made up your whole bio.

Rory: No, no!

Ciara: Really? Okay. So, who played nick Charles in the "thin man" movies?

Rory: What are "thin man" movies? Are those, like, exercise videos or something?

Ciara: You've never seen a black-and-white movie in your whole stupid life.

Rory: So, I bent the truth a little. That's what everybody does on these dating sites.

Ciara: Pharmaceutical rep?

Rory: That's what I do.

Ciara: Pharmaceutical reps sell to hospitals and doctors. You sell to potheads so you can stay high all the time.

Rory: You need to calm down.

Ciara: And you know how to do that, right?

Rory: Would you want to get, like, coffee or something?

Ciara: No. No, I don't want to go out with you. I will never want to go out with you.

Rory: Why not?

Ciara: Because we have nothing in common.

Rory: Whoa, come on. No, I've been to jail, and your mom's in jail. We can totally bond.

Ciara: Get out of my sight!

Hattie: So, ladies. What about the pinochle game?

Coco: Well, I guess it's not as boring as this place just got.

Sheila: Hmm.

Hattie: She loves my meatloaf. What can I say?

Hope: Yeah, I'm sure it's delicious. But something tells me there's a lot more to the story than your meatloaf.

Hattie: I'll see if I can find out.

[Dramatic music]

What's going on here?

Chille: I got to thinking, and I decided it's a good idea to have a cop on my side.

Hattie: You're lyin'.

Chille: What do you know?

Hattie: I wasn't born yesterday.

Chille: That is not a lie. I just talked to the head guard, and they are giving me serious money to offer loyalty and protection to my new homegirl.

Hattie: Why?

Chille: Guess somebody on the outside likes the lady.

Kate: Honey, thank you so much for all the help. I know. I love you too. Bye. So, I gave Austin full access to all of the DiMera financials from the time Stefano died. He's gonna follow the money.

Shawn: Well, it helps to have a forensic accountant in the family.

Kate: Yeah, he said that Stefano was transferring funds from the corporate account into his personal account.

Rafe: No, it makes sense. He didn't have any personal money. Sami had stolen it all.

Shawn: All right, what else did Austin say?

Kate: He said that Stefano wrote out a large corporate check to a life insurance company a couple of weeks before he died, but then he ended up cancelling it.

Rafe: Well, a guy his age would have to submit to a physical.

Kate: Yeah, but the insurance people said that he cancelled the check because the application was turned down.

Rafe: So you think he refused to take the physical?

Kate: He was diabetic.

Rafe: Yeah, but a preexisting condition like that wouldn't necessarily mean he wouldn't qualify.

Kate: You know something? Dr. Kline's attitude-- it just changed immediately, as soon as I mentioned his relationship as a doctor to Stefano.

Rafe: He got all nervous?

Kate: Yeah. Big time. Hung up on me. I think there's more to this story.

Rory: Mmm. This is so good.

Claire: Theo, I know exactly how to figure out what Valerie's deal is.

Theo: You do?

Claire: Yep. Since I couldn't borrow spyware from grandpa john and uncle Paul, I just got enough money from grandpa Victor to buy our own stuff.

Theo: Seriously?

Claire: Mm-hmm. And now you and I can be as badass as they are. Come on, Theo. We can do this. Don't you want to just find out if she's involved with another man?

Theo: With the spyware?

Claire: Yes. I mean, there's a ton of it online. Theo, we can do this. It's imperative. Don't you want to just get rid of Valerie before she can cause any more problems for you and your dad?

Theo: I could just tell my dad.

Claire: Okay, well, remember what happened when you told him that Valerie was a liar? You know, he just believed her lame excuse. Theo, we need proof.

Theo: Okay, let's do it.

Rory: So sorry about the mom comment. How rude of me. I'm really sorry about your mom comment. It was so not chill of me. But I'm really glad that you changed your mind about coming here. And the food's great. Why aren't you eating your burrito?

Ciara: I already ate.

Rory: Then why'd you say that you wanted breakfast?

Ciara: I didn't. You did.

Rory: Well, if you're not gonna eat that, may I, uh... thanks. I totally got the munchies.

Ciara: Wonderful.

Rory: That's really good.

[No audible dialogue]

Victor: So you set up protection for hope in the prison?

Deimos: Yeah. Yeah, something had to be done. I went to the prison early, and, when I got there, hope was fighting off an inmate with a homemade knife.

Victor: Oh, good God. Did you turn her in?

Deimos: No. That's not the way it works. I hired her. She was the only one with the brains and the strength to keep hope safe.

Victor: You sure?

Deimos: Spent a few years in prison, brother. You may have forgotten that.

Victor: Thank you.

Deimos: I know that I can never atone for the suffering that I caused you and your family.

Victor: What killed my son Bo was cancer. Also killed my daughter Isabella as well.

Deimos: But if I hadn't had Bo locked up--

Victor: Type of cancer that Bo had was resistant to treatment. Oh, early surgery could've given him a little more time, but chances are it would've been spent in agony.

Deimos: Are you really trying to lessen my burden of guilt?

Victor: Trying to say that I'm accepting part of that burden. I was responsible for turning you into the man that could do what you did to Bo and to Maggie.

Deimos: You've never said something like that before.

Victor: Yes, well, I'm-- I'm saying it now.

Deimos: I will never forgive myself for the time that Bo lost with his family.

Victor: I sent him on the mission that delivered him into your hands. And I'll never forgive myself either. That's why I want to help Justin as much as I can-- with the appeal, with bribing a judge-- anything we can do to get her out of that place and back with her children. You took steps to see that she was safe in the here and now, so that her children could get some sleep, until we can get her home again, and I appreciate it.

Deimos: No. It's not enough. She's in that prison because of me.

Victor: You had nothing to do with Stefano.

Deimos: That doesn't matter. I owe her her freedom. A Kiriakis always pays his debts.

Hattie: Chille's gettin' paid a lot of money to make sure nobody lays a hand on you in here. Normally, that takes years, but, for you, it took one day. Well, what a lucky girl you are.

Hope: Must've been Deimos.

Hattie: Oh, yeah, the cute guy that was in here?

Hope: Mm-hmm.

Hattie: Well, I guess you won't be needing my help anymore.

Hope: No. We're friends. We're in this together.

[Mimics explosion]

Hattie: [Mimics explosion]

Shawn: Yeah, aren't we kind of dancing around the obvious here? I mean, Stefano was, what, 100 years old? I mean, any life insurance company would deny him coverage.

Kate: I wouldn't be so sure about that. A few years back, when we were still married, we both took out enormous policies on each other. I couldn't sleep unless I had one eye open for six months after that.

Rafe: Why did Stefano want more life insurance?

Kate: Maybe he knew that his death was imminent.

Rafe: But if he knew that there was no hope, that he was dying...

Kate: Believe me, he's not the type of person to sit around and wait for that.

Rafe: The person who made hope believe that he had tortured Bo was Stefano.

Kate: And you're sure about that?

Rafe: Yeah, I'm sure about that. I kept trying to calm her down, and he kept throwing gasoline on the fire. It was like he knew when she showed up at his place that she was eventually gonna--

Shawn: She was playing right into his hands.

Rafe: He goaded her into shooting him.

Shawn: I mean, can't Justin call that suicide instead of murder?

Rafe: Well, we would have to prove it, but, if we could, that could be hope's ticket to freedom.

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