Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 12/7/16
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Episode #12977 ~ Adrienne finds support from an unlikely ally; Philip makes a confession to Nancy; Justin & Sonny discuss this new revelation about Adrienne; Nicole returns home from Europe and reunites with Deimos.
Provided By SuzanneKayla: Want to go in the other room and just talk about this?
Adrienne: No. No, I... I had a lot of time to think in the... one thing I realized is that we're all in this together.
Justin: That's right.
Adrienne: [Sighs] What were e test results?
Kayla: I think you know. You have breast cancer.
Deimos: You are aware that we have servants to take out the garbage, right? Brady, what are you doing?
Brady: Not today, Deimos.
Deimos: All right, look. I know you're going through a lot right now, with Theresa leaving and everything--
Brady: I don't want to talk about this right now.
Deimos: Fine, then why don't we talk about the Crawford deal? We're just about wrapping it up.
Brady: The deal? I'm not talking about that either.
Deimos: I am in way over my head here. I really could use your help.
Brady: Deimos, I--I tried to involve myself in a business decision the other day, and I was shut out of it. So I'm disinterested at this point.
Nicole: Brady. Hey.
Nicole: I've been thinking about you. Hi.
Brady: Hi. Go on in. Your boyfriend's waiting.
Nicole: Okay. Um, it's okay, Brady. He can wait. How are you doing? Deimos told me Theresa left town. Have you heard from her?
Brady: Not a word. Tate and I are doing just dandy without her, so everything's fine.
Nicole: But... why would she leave you, let alone a little baby?
Brady: Why? Why? Because she's not like you, Nicole. You would have done anything to be a mother, and she had her chance, and you know what she did? She threw it away.
Philip: Chloe, it's me again. I know you're due any day now, so you got to be freaking out, especially since the last time we spoke, you were still on the fence about even telling Nicole the baby was hers. Whatever you decide, I have an idea that might make things easier on you all around. Call me, I'll fill you in.
Kayla: Adrienne--oh, Sonny, got her?
Sonny: Come here. Come here, mom. Come sit down. Come sit down. Okay.
Lucas: Put your feet up. Breathe out.
Kayla: Okay. Okay.
Lucas: She's clammy. She's clammy. What does that mean?
Sonny: Mom? Say something.
Justin: Sweetheart. Can you hear me? Honey?
Kayla: You okay? Adrienne? Did you hear what I said?
Adrienne: Yeah. I did. I have breast cancer.
Nicole: Brady, I can't believe that Theresa would do this.
Brady: It's fine. It's fine. I mean, Tate and I are better-- we're better off, Nicole.
Nicole: No, no, I know you don't mean that.
Brady: I can't-- I can't do this now. I can't.
Nicole: But Brady, I--
Deimos: Brady. Wait a minute. Um, hey. I'm sure that Nicole has a lot to share with us about the international launch of basic black, so why don't you stick around and let her fill us in?
Brady: I don't do that. She can catch me up later.
Nicole: I can't believe Theresa left them.
Deimos: Mm-hmm, and he's been a mess ever since. I tried my best to distract him.
Nicole: I know. I saw that just now.
Deimos: Well, when you ask me to do something, I try.
Nicole: And I'm grateful.
Deimos: No, I'm the one who's grateful. The numbers coming in after the launch have been nothing short of phenomenal.
Nicole: I'm glad you're pleased.
Deimos: Mm. "Pleased" doesn't exactly describe it.
Nicole: Well, it's only gonna get better.
Deimos: I'm sure it is.
Nicole: Buyers from the Asian marker were crazy over our eco-friendly designs.
Deimos: Ah, that's because you made quite the splash.
Nicole: Perhaps we should move this conversation somewhere a little more private. [Laughs]
Deimos: Let's do it. Come on.
Sonny: Okay, so, what's next? Chemo? Radiation?
Kayla: Well, um, we're not sure yet. We need to run some tests and see what we're dealing with here before we can make any treatment plan.
Justin: Okay, well, what are we waiting for? How soon--
Lucas: How soon can we get started?
Kayla: Well, I'd like to do it today.
Sonny: Okay, how many tests are there?
Kayla: Well, it depends on what these results tell us. Adrienne, you know I've reserved you a room at the hospital.
Adrienne: The room. Okay. How long will I be staying?
Kayla: Just a day or two.
Lucas: Well, we should get going.
Justin: I'll drive.
Lucas: My car's behind yours.
Sonny: Well, I'm gonna go with whoever's taking mom, so let's do it.
Kayla: You know, how about if, uh, if Steve takes her. And then one of you could go pack her bag, and the other could maybe buy her some books, magazines.
Adrienne: I already packed. For my honeymoon. Guess I won't be needing a swimsuit.
Steve: It's okay, baby. Come on, you ready to go?
Adrienne: Uh, yeah. Sure.
Kayla: You okay?
Adrienne: Yeah. I'm okay.
Steve: I'll go warm up the car.
Sonny: I'll walk you out, mom.
Kayla: See you over there.
Lucas: I should have followed up. I should have made sure she was going to those screenings.
Kayla: Lucas, she is a big girl. And she should have followed up herself. Listen, this is what we can do for her: Give her our love and support. And keep the peace with all of us, okay? I'll be in touch as soon as I know more. Stay as long as you like. Oh, and, um, lock up when you leave, all right?
Lucas: You know what? I guess I'll get the bag.
Justin: Hey. It's gonna be all right, Sonny. She's gonna be all right, son.
Paul: Oh, hey, come on. Watch where you're going. [Sighs] Brady.
Brady: Paul. Sorry. Sorry, man.
Paul: Hey, uh, you know, I was gonna call. I heard that Theresa left pretty abruptly--I am so sorry.
Paul: Yeah, well, I hope she comes to her senses soon.
Brady: Yeah, I don't know what I'm hoping for, actually. All I know is I want to take everything that reminds me of her and get rid of it, get it out of my life, you know?
Paul: Yeah, yeah, is there-- is there anything that I can do?
Brady: No, Paul, there's... there's nothing you can do. I mean, I'm just taking it one day at a time, and it comes in waves, you know?
Paul: You said "it"?
Brady: It comes in waves. The anger, the shock of the whole thing, you know? Just thinking about my son. I mean, my, uh, my boy isn't gonna have a mother to raise him. Which is something I know all about. The only difference is, my mother didn't have a choice about leaving. All I can think about is how the hell am I supposed to tell my kid one day about what happened? Because I don't even understand it myself, and I don't think I ever will.
Nicole: Oh, I should leave town more often.
Deimos: You are never leaving town ever, ever again. You hear me? I'm gonna hire someone to travel for you. You can Skype if you want.
Nicole: No, I don't mind the travel. I like working with the clients in person. I happen to be very good at it.
Deimos: No surprise there. You're really good at a lot of things.
Nicole: Oh. Thank you.
Nicole: [Laughs] So... what's been happening here? Has Philip mentioned Chloe at all? Does he know if she had the baby?
Deimos: Well, if she did, and he knows about it, he certainly hasn't said a word to me about it. Philip is too busy accusing me of playing favorites when it comes to titan business.
Nicole: Why would he think that?
Deimos: I deferred to Brady once over him, and he totally lost it. And of course, he assumed it was because he helped Chloe lie to me about the baby, which couldn't have been further from the truth.
Nicole: You know, I tried calling her from Paris a few times. No answer.
Deimos: I don't know why you even bother. After the way she treated you? Begging you to come to Chicago, and then refusing to tell you what she said was so important?
Nicole: Well, she was angry because I brought you along. But I--I was hoping, especially now, since the baby's not connected to you, that she would find a way to get past the anger.
Deimos: Clearly, the woman can't let go of anything. And as for my nephew, if you ask me, he dodged a bullet when Chloe left town. As far as I'm concerned, if it were me, I would be thanking my lucky stars that she left me for good.
[Knocking on door]
Nancy: Philip, thank God.
Philip: What are you doing here?
Nancy: It's about Chloe. Kate: Well it's the almost-a-groom. Did you ever find your runaway bride-to-be?
Lucas: Yeah. Yeah, I found her.
Kate: Ah, well. I guess since you're here, and you're not on your honeymoon, that means she made a choice, and she didn't choose you. And I can't say I'm surprised, Lucas, and I can't say that I'm not happy, for your sake.
Lucas: It wasn't like that.
Kate: It doesn't matter what it's like. Doesn't matter. She left you at the altar. She picked Justin. [Sighs] Which is exactly what I predicted.
Lucas: She did not pick Justin over me.
Kate: Really? So what? Is there gonna be another wedding? Is there gonna be a second wedding? Would it be tacky if I wore the same dress? Lucas--
Lucas: You know what, mom, there is nothing remotely funny about this. Adrienne didn't pick me or Justin because...
Kate: Because what? Be--what?
Lucas: Because she's got cancer!
Kate: Oh, God. Honey, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry.
Brady: I was in total denial in the beginning. Thought it was about me, and I was wondering, was there something that I could do to keep her from leaving? Was there something that I could do to make it okay?
Paul: I'm so sorry, Brady.
Brady: Fact that it was so sudden, that--that-- that didn't help me accept anything. No, that made it hard.
Paul: Yeah, yeah, I'm sure.
Brady: I made a fool out of myself, Paul. I went--I went to her and I tried to keep her from leaving. I reminded her of how happy we had been, and how great things were, and--
Paul: There's nothing foolish about that. I mean, you loved her. You love her. She's the mother of your son.
Brady: A son she couldn't care less about now.
Paul: Well... as sad as--as that is... look, Tate still has a great dad who's there for him 100%. And good or bad, he's got a whole bevy of Bradys, and Kiriakises, and blacks behind him too.
Brady: Hmm. Salem royalty.
Paul: Connected for life.
Paul: Brady, Tate will be okay. And it may be too soon to think about, but you don't have to raise him alone. You know? Maybe someday, you'll find love again.
Paul: And Tate will have another person in his life.
Brady: [Laughing] Oh, man.
Paul: I'm sorry. Was that insensitive?
Brady: No, it's not-- it's not insensitive. Just a little too soon for me.
Paul: Right, yeah, it is. I get that, but... look, for now, just know that-- that Tate has a whole bunch of people that love him, and they want to be there for him. And for you.
Philip: I--I don't know. Look, what's going on with Chloe? Did she call you? Have you seen her?
Nancy: I just actually came from seeing her in Chicago. [Sighs]
Philip: I'm glad she finally reached out to you.
Nancy: Philip, it's more than that. She told me everything. And I mean everything.
Philip: Stop. Don't say another word. Look, I said I... I don't know that we're alone.
Nancy: Well, then let's-- let's go somewhere where we can talk freely.
Philip: Come with me.
Kate: Is iced tea okay?
Lucas: Yeah, thanks.
Kate: Okay. Look, I'm--I'm sorry about what happened before. You know, I, uh-- the things I said. I--I think that I'm just so protective of you that I-- I lash out when people hurt you or when, you know, when I think people are gonna hurt you. But it's really no excuse, so, I'm sorry. How did you find out?
Lucas: [Sighs] When she passed out, we thought she was exhausted from spending the night with me and Justin at the hotel room, but...
Kate: Did you take her to the hospital?
Lucas: Yeah. And that's when we got the results, and they were gonna tell her, but she left before they could.
Kate: Does she know now?
Lucas: Yeah. Yeah, she knows now. I mean, I... I don't know, I guess she always thought it was a possibility. But maybe she was in denial, like we all were. I mean...
Kate: I'm--I'm just surprised that they didn't find it during one of her screenings.
Lucas: I think she missed her last one.
Kate: Honey. As you know, I had lung cancer. And here I am, you know? They're--they're doing amazing things these days. So many things, with all kinds of cancers. You know, I have friends... [Sighs] That--who had breast cancer. And some of them--some of them have been in remission for years and years. I mean, really, they consider themselves cured. I know that it's-- I know that it's a serious illness, but there are so many really effective options for treatment nowadays--
Lucas: I know, Mom. I know. All right?
Kate: Lucas. Look. Adrienne has a really tough road ahead, no doubt about it. I mean, assuming that she goes through surgery, and through chemo, and through radiation, and that... [Sighs] Treatment does take over your life. It does, and not in a fun way, but I know that she's gonna make it through it, okay? Because what I know of that woman is that she has an amazing, strong fighting spirit. She does. And she's surrounded by so much love.
Lucas: [Sighs] Yeah, I know. She is.
Kate: Lucas. I'm predicting-- I'm predicting that she's gonna beat it. Okay? She's gonna be all right.
Lucas: Yeah, all right.
[Indistinct background chatter]
Paul: Sonny. Sonny, what is it? Are you okay?
Sonny: Not really.
Paul: Can I help?
Sonny: It's my mom.
Paul: Well, Steve told me to stop looking for her because he found her at the pub. Did something else happen after that?
Sonny: Yeah, something happened. My idea of locking her in a hotel and not letting her out till she chose my dad or Lucas just didn't help.
Paul: What do you mean? What's going on?
Sonny: She was in the hotel room the entire night. And she was finally about to make her decision, and as she was about to tell everybody, she just, she... she passed out. [Sighs] It was all because of my juvenile, pathetic, idiotic plan. I was convinced I had this brilliant idea. I wanted to solve my mom's problem. Wanted to take control because I thought my mom had lost it. But because of me, because of all of that, I might have put my mom's whole life at risk.
Brady: Listen, Justin, whatever you're going through right now, would you mind, uh, doing it somewhere else?
Justin: You're looking for solitude? You're living in the wrong house. You do have a room here, don't you?
Brady: Yeah, I do have a room. The problems is it's kind of a, uh--it's kind of a trigger for me right now. It kind of reminds me of everything that I lost, so it'd be really great if my own family could just respect what I'm going through, maybe give me just a little space. That'd be great.
Justin: Poor Brady. Such a sad situation. We all better treat him with kid gloves, and make sure we don't offend him while he's going through his rough patch.
Brady: What the hell's wrong with you?
Justin: With me? You're the one who's walking around here in a funk all day, insisting that everyone kiss your ass because your wife left you like it's the end of the damn world--
Brady: Hold on, hold on-- I've never insisted that anybody kiss my ass--
Justin: Theresa isn't sick. It was her choice to be reckless and stupid. Her choice to throw her life away on drugs. Whereas some people, they didn't have a choice. Their life was taken away from them by illness. By cancer. First kid
Sonny: After my uncle Steve found her at the Brady pub, he brought her to Kayla's house. And that's where she found out.
Paul: I'm so sorry, Sonny. She's over at the hospital right now having a bunch of tests run just to see what her options are.
Paul: Doesn't your mom have the gene mutation for breast cancer? I remember you telling me that.
Sonny: Yeah, she does. So I guess it shouldn't be such a shock, right? The diagnosis, I mean, but... I just...[Sighs] Paul, just why? Why did I lock her in the room? And make her decide between my dad and Lucas? It was so stupid. If I hadn't done that--
Paul: Then the cancer might not have been detected as quickly. So you most likely helped your mom. You got to stop beating yourself up, Sonny. Just be there for your mom. And lean on the people who love you. Like your family. Friends. Including me. Now, I'm here for you, okay? Anytime. No matter what.
Brady: Adrienne? She has--she has cancer? I--I thought that, um...
Justin: She had it under control? We all thought that. We were wrong, obviously.
Brady: Is it because of the-- the brca1 gene mutation?
Justin: That let her--let us know that she was at risk for breast cancer. And I let her live in denial because I wanted to live in denial. I should have pushed her, be more aggressive--
Brady: No, no, no, hey, hey. Don't do that to yourself.
Justin: I mean, every time the subject came up, and she wanted to do something more preventative, I told her not to do it. What the hell was I thinking? I mean, and even thought it was ultimately her decision, I know Adrienne well enough to know that if she sensed that I wasn't okay with something, that it would sway her.
Brady: Justin, I don't... everything I'm hearing right now... no one has said anything about her prognosis being negative, or how advanced it is, or... no one's used the word "terminal," right? I mean, that hasn't come up.
Brady: Then--then, listen, listen to me, man. You have every reason to be hopeful here. The advances they've made with-- with curing cancer have... it's not like it used to be. Even if--even if someone has stage iv, they live-- they live productive lives. Justin, I swear to God, she's gonna be fine. Hey. She'll be a survivor. She'll be fine. She'll be fine. She'll be fine.
Nancy: Thank you.
Nancy: Philip, I am so glad that Chloe was able to confide in you. Although, I didn't have any idea that the two of you were on speaking terms.
Philip: [Sighs] She asked me to meet her a few weeks back. That's when she apologized for leaving like she did. When she explained what was really going on, how she couldn't tell Nicole the truth about the baby because of her connection with Deimos, it made total sense.
Nancy: But Philip, the whole reason that Chloe went through the IVF procedure for the second time was--was to give Nicole the baby that she always wanted. And with the man she loved more than anything.
Philip: A noble gesture. Done before Deimos entered the picture.
Nancy: Is there any chance that this could just be a-- a casual fling?
Philip: [Deep breath] Seems to be getting more serious by the hour.
Nancy: Great. So, uh, what is Chloe supposed to do? Spend the next 18 years raising someone else's baby and passing it off as her own?
Philip: I doubt she's thinking that far ahead.
Nancy: I doubt that she's thinking at all.
Philip: No, she isn't. Which is why Chloe badly needs a friend. Someone who's on her side. Someone who can help her sort all this out.
Nancy: And that, uh, someone would be--
Kayla: So, how are you doing? Can I get you anything else?
Adrienne: No. You've done so much already, Kayla, seriously.
Steve: Hey. What's the point of having a sister-in-law who runs the joint if you can't take advantage of it? Right?
Kayla: That's exactly right. All right, I'm gonna go to the lab and see if they're ready to begin testing. Soon as I have an actual appointment, I'll come get you, all right? We're gonna find exactly what this cancer is, and we're gonna get rid of it. Okay? All right.
Steve: Hey, want to see what's on TV?
Adrienne: You don't have to stay, Steve.
Steve: Oh, yeah? Well. I think I do. Because you know what I got?
Steve: I know how you love a game of five card draw. Hmm? How about it? One hand. Jacks wild, all in.
Adrienne: Uh, I don't have any chips.
Steve: House'll lend you all you need.
Adrienne: Let's hope that's true.
[Dramatic piano music]
Kayla: I'm worried about you.
Adrienne: Me? Why?
Kayla: Yes, you. Because I gave you your test results back, and you have the brca1 gene mutation like your mother, and honestly, I thought that I would have heard back from you by now.
Adrienne: I... um... before we get started, you know what? Can I ask you a huge favor? Can you run down to the burger barn for me and get me one of those monster burgers with fries?
Steve: Extra mayo, no pickles?
Steve: Sure, baby.
Adrienne: Thanks. Appreciate it.
Steve: Hey, wait a minute. Didn't you just eat at the pub?
Adrienne: Oh, just chowder. And it didn't fill me up.
Steve: If you wanted to be alone, all you had to do was say so.
Adrienne: I didn't want to be rude. You've all done so much for me.
Steve: That's because we love you. We're all gonna be here for you no matter what.
Adrienne: I know.
Steve: Okay. I'll leave you alone on one condition. That you promise me you won't try to run away again.
Adrienne: I won't. I promise.
Steve: Be right out here.
Nancy: Philip, you've always been so good to Chloe. I mean, even when things didn't work out between you, you-- you've always remained good friends.
Philip: That's just it: I don't want to stay friends anymore.
Philip: I told Chloe the last time I saw her that I loved her.
Nancy: And what did she say?
Philip: I asked her not to respond. Just to let it sink in and get back to me when it did.
Nancy: Well? Did she?
Philip: She hasn't mentioned it since. But neither have I. For all I know, she could think that I changed my mind.
Nancy: But you haven't.
Philip: No, I haven't. But--but please, don't-- don't you say anything to Chloe. I already told her how I felt. When I tell her that I'm ready to do something about it, I want to do it in person. Face to face.
Nicole: I am so jet-lagged, I could stay in bed all day. And all night.
Deimos: I like the way you think.
Nicole: Ooh, so let's do it. Let's order Chinese takeout and have a movie marathon.
Deimos: We don't have to order takeout. We have a chef who can make you anything your heart desires.
Nicole: Mm, then we wouldn't get any fortune cookies.
Deimos: Mmm. You have a good point. Chinese takeout it is.
Nicole: You are so good to me.
Deimos: I'm on a mission, remember?
Nicole: Oh, yes, I remember.
Deimos: And how's it going? Maybe an ice-cold glass of orange juice might seal the deal.
Deimos: [Laughs] I thought you said you wanted to stay in bed.
Nicole: I do. Please? I promise I'll make it worth your while.
Deimos: And how can I say no to this?
Deimos: I do love you.
Nicole: I know.
Philip: Yes, Nancy. I'm leaving now. Don't worry. Gone. Of course, I won't say a word to anyone. Especially not Nicole. Well, uh, my car's here. I got to go. I'll be in touch.
Of all the dreams I used to dream my favorite were of flying machines they'd lift me up up so high I could barely see the ground beneath the rainbow but now I'm older now I know the world that painful eyes can show there's no more chasing silly things in light of the rain that falls beneath my rainbow all my days all my life I've been trying to just survive trying to keep the dream alive all my days all my life I've been trying to just survive hoping at the end I'll find my way home oh, my way home
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