Days Transcript Friday 12/23/16

Days of Our Lives Transcript Friday 12/23/16

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Episode #12989 ~ Kayla, Steve, Roman, & Joey spend Christmas Eve at the pub; Gabi, Dario & Sonny prepare to enjoy the annual hospital Christmas party; Chad makes a shocking discovery; Justin steps up to take care of Adrienne.

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Steve: Man. That was a good meal, sweetness.

Kayla: Kind of a somber Christmas Eve, isn't it?

Steve: Yeah. But, you know, we're together.

Roman: That's right.

Steve: I think that's some kind of a Christmas miracle.

Roman: Yup.

Steve: Hey, hey! There's some Christmas cheer. The little mama-to-be.

Joey: Hey. Merry Christmas.

Jade: Hi. You know what? Now that I'm here, it seems like a bad idea. I'll just go.

Joey: What? You can't. We always open up at least one present before we go to the kids' party at the hospital.

Jade: Then I really shouldn't intrude.

Kayla: No, you're not intruding. You're family now.

Steve: Lucky you.

[Laughter]

Sonny: Well, in the spirit of the season, I won't say you're full of it, but I will say on February 6th, you're gonna owe me a sizable amount of change.

Adrienne: [Chuckles]

Justin: Merry Christmas, boys. Talk to you soon.

Sonny: Merry Christmas!

Justin: You know, it wouldn't be Christmas without you and your brothers trashing each other's teams, trading insults, making bets on the super bowl.

Sonny: I don't know why they argue with me, because I'm always right.

Adrienne: [Laughs]

Sonny: But I got go. Mwah. I love you. I'm meeting Gabi and Ari at the hospital for the Christmas party.

Adrienne: Oh, excellent. Give them our love.

Sonny: I will. I will. And don't wait up for me. I'll see you in the morning. Enjoy the visions of the dancing sugarplums in your mind... although that was always very strange for me as a kid. Very strange, dad.

[Laughter]

Adrienne: You think I look all right?

Justin: You look beautiful.

Adrienne: I just-- I didn't want to overdo it with the blush. It's just, I'm so... washed out. I don't want them to worry, you know, especially at Christmas.

Justin: You-- look, first of all, they're always gonna worry. That just comes along with loving you so much.

Adrienne: Yeah. All that talk about football and the insults and the bad jokes-- I mean, it's like they were trying to make it like every other Christmas. But it's not. I mean, it can't be. [Gagging]

Justin: Oh, oh.

[Dramatic music]

Chad: Oh... is it--is it really you? I-I...

I don't understand. You're alive.

[Thomas cries]

Can--can I touch you?

[Both crying]

Roman: Let's see what we-- oh, man! What a lovely sentiment. A fruitcake! Wow, and what a surprise.

Steve: You guys never get tired of this routine, do you?

Kayla: No.

Roman: Wait a minute. Wait a minute. This is not hard as a brick. Come on. You didn't get a new fruitcake.

Kayla: I had to. The other one was-- I don't know. It was turning into something I didn't recognize. It wasn't a fruit, and it wasn't cake.

Roman: Well, it's not funny if it's new.

Steve: It's not funny at all.

Roman: That's 'cause you never had a sense of humor.

Steve: I don't have your sense of humor.

Roman: [Laughs] All right, well, since it's fresh...

Jade: Your family is very...

Roman: Y'all want a piece?

Kayla: No!

Jade: Weird.

Joey: Yeah, everyone's working really hard to try to make it feel like every other Christmas, even though they're so upset about aunt Adrienne and aunt hope. But yeah, they're weird. I kind of like it.

Jade: You know, I feel bad. I don't bring any presents 'cause... I don't have any money.

Joey: That doesn't matter. They just wanted you to have something from them. You know, because of the baby. I got you something too. Do you want to open it now?

Jade: You did? Sure.

Joey: Merry Christmas.

Jade: Thank you.

[Holiday music]

Joey! I love them.

Joey: I thought I'd get you something crystal that I didn't steal. I'm trying to do things differently now. 'Cause of the baby.

Jade: We both need to change, don't we? 'Cause of the baby.

Chad: I don't want to let go of you, 'cause I'm afraid that if I do that you're not gonna be real. Are you? I don't--I don't understand. How--how... how is this possible?

Gabi: It's none of your business.

Dario: A guy like Chad doesn't give a woman a necklace like that without wanting something in return, Gabi.

Gabi: Stop, Dario. Stop it, okay? Just drop it, all right? Look! Look at all the lights. How pretty. How fun! [Gasps]

Sonny: Hey, kid! Nice threads.

Gabi: Thank you.

Sonny: Dario.

Dario: Kiriakis.

Gabi: Hey, why don't you go and say hi to Lucy and her mom? She's over there. Hey. Go run over there, okay? Why don't you just-- why don't you just leave? Because you're not in the Christmas spirit.

Dario: I don't care if it's Christmas. I don't like him snooping around my shipments.

Gabi: You know what? I'm pretty close to being sick of you. It's Christmas. Stop, okay? Just stop.

Dario: Fine. Whatever you say.

Justin: I do know what day it is, and I'm sorry for the inconvenience, but I'm not giving up on hope Brady's appeal. I'm going to take this to the next level and all the way to the supreme court if I have to. Merry Christmas to you too.

Adrienne: Hi.

Justin: Hey, how you doing?

Adrienne: Mm, great. Peachy.

Justin: Stupid question. Can I get you some ginger ale?

Adrienne: Just like you used to do for the boys when they were sick.

Justin: My spin on homeopathy.

Adrienne: You know, they gave me antinausea medicine, but I don't think it was a miracle drug, for sure. I think I'll just go back to the hotel and check in with Lucas, thanks.

Justin: No. Please, stay. Let me take care of you.

Adrienne: Oh, Justin, I don't know.

Justin: Please. It's all I want for Christmas.

Adrienne: All right, maybe just a quick ginger ale, then.

Justin: Thanks.

Joey: They look really pretty on you.

Kayla: Do you want to take a look?

Jade: Yeah.

Kayla: They are really pretty. You did a good job, Joey.

Jade: He did, didn't he?

Roman: Joey, believe this is yours.

Joey: Oh, man.

Kayla: Oh, man.

Steve: Oh, hurry. Open it. Open it. I can't want to see what's in there.

Joey: I wonder what it could be. Definitely not a tie.

Roman: New car.

Steve: I don't know. That would be so random.

[Holiday music]

Jade: You know, the way you guys are with each other, it's really sweet.

Kayla: Well, you should talk to Steve, 'cause there are easier things in life than signing on with the Brady clan. But now that you are carrying Joey's baby, nothing means more to us than family.

Jade: I can see that.

Chad: No. No, no. You--you're--you're dead. You... you were on a-- you were on a plane that crashed in the gulf of Mexico. I don't under-- where have you been? Who have you been with?

[Soft dramatic music]

Abby, why aren't you-- why--why can't-- why can't you say anything? Abby, where the hell have you been?

Gabi: Could you guys try to get along, just--just for tonight?

Sonny: It's fine by me. He's the one that's mad.

Dario: Yeah, I'm mad because... you're right. Not the time or the place.

Gabi: You have successfully avoided coal in your stocking. Thank you.

Sonny: I love your necklace, he said, changing the subject.

Gabi: Oh, yeah, thanks. Not a word.

Sonny: Looks like JJ went all out.

Dario: Oh, that's not from JJ. How do you think he's gonna feel when he sees you wearing that thing?

Gabi: Well, that's none of your damn business. God, well... you know what? You guys are gonna find out eventually. JJ and I have broken up.

Dario: What?

Gabi: Yeah.

Sonny: I'm sorry.

Gabi: I mean, it just didn't work out, I guess.

Dario: You didn't have to break up with him, Gabi. This could have been a big misunderstanding.

Gabi: Wow, way to-- way to get involved in my personal life.

Dario: Gabi, you need to be careful about--

Gabi: You need to be quiet. All right? You're lucky that you don't have all your brothers in the same time zone. All right, here come the kiddos. That's a great reason to just stop talking, right? Hey, guys!

[Upbeat holiday music]

Sonny: Would you look at that?

Kayla: [Whistles]

Steve: Okay! Merry Christmas, sweetness.

Kayla: Thank you. Kind of heavy.

Steve: It is.

Kayla: Oh! That is exquisite.

Steve: It is, isn't it?

Kayla: I am so glad that you didn't get me perfume or expensive jewelry. Every woman wants one of these... I don't know what you call them, but--

Steve: This is a portable multi-tool, okay?

Kayla: Mm.

Steve: It'll come in handy in all kinds of situations.

Kayla: I bet.

Steve: You got screwdrivers. Two screwdrivers.

Kayla: Mm-hmm.

Steve: You got about three or four knives. There's a pair of scissors and a nail file in there. You could do your nails if you wanted to. Look at that. Look at that nice blade.

Kayla: Oh, do they have a special tool to deal with you?

Steve: Uh... yeah, right there.

Kayla: [Laughs] You are wonderfully romantic. Thank you very much.

Steve: You know I am, baby.

Kayla: Yeah, you are.

Steve: So where's my present?

Kayla: Oh, and you're subtle too. Well, actually, this year, um, I'm not giving you a present that you can unwrap. I'm giving you a present that you can listen to.

Steve: I listen to it?

Kayla: Uh-huh.

Steve: To what?

Kayla: To me...

Steve: What's that?

Kayla: And this.

Steve: Oh, baby, come on. You don't play the harp. I'm the one in the family who plays the harp.

Kayla: I know, but now we could do a duet.

Steve: Oh.

Kayla: I've been practicing.

Steve: Okay.

Kayla: You want to hear something?

Steve: Yeah.

Kayla: [Clears throat] These are my notes.

Steve: Okay.

Kayla: [Clears throat] [Softly] One, two, three, four. Okay, ready?

[Playing "Jingle Bells"]

Steve: Whoa!

Kayla: Pretty good, don't you think?

Steve: Yeah! Not bad.

Kayla: I thought it was pretty good. You want to hear another one?

Steve: Uh, well, there's nothing I'd like more, but I think we're running a little late to get to the hospital.

Kayla: Well, I'll play in the car.

Steve: Oh, baby.

Kayla: Yeah. You know, and this was a surprise before, you know.

Steve: Uh-huh.

Kayla: So I couldn't practice because you were always around. So now I can play as long as I want, anytime I want. You know what I mean? It's gonna be great.

Steve: Uh-huh.

Kayla: Thank you.

Steve: I got you.

Kayla: Thank you.

Steve: All right.

Kayla: Okay, I'm ready. You ready?

Steve: Ready.

Kayla: One, two, three, four, five.

[Playing "jingle bells" off-key]

Oh, I missed it! Wait, I got to try again. Let me try--I'll just try again!

Steve: That's all right. No, I'll show you.

Chad: I have a baby monitor here, so I'll be able to-- [Stammers] So we'll be able to hear Thomas if he wakes up.

Abigail: It's our bed. Our room.

Chad: I didn't change anything. So you can talk? Did you hear my questions? And?

Abigail: Do I really have to explain? Can it not just be enough that I'm here and that I'm home, please?

Chad: Abby, you didn't-- you didn't go to the store to get milk. You've been gone for months. I thought you were dead, and I started grieving...

Abigail: I know.

Chad: And I thought that our son was gonna be growing up without a mother.

Abigail: I know. You're right. You're right. You have the right to know.

Chad: Yes. I do.

Abigail: Can-- can you just do me a favor? Can you-- can you sit down? I just--I can't look at you when I do it.

Chad: I don't understand.

Abigail: Please.

Chad: Okay, fine. Is this--this right here?

Abigail: At... the place that you sent me to, I just--I kept seeing Ben. Every time I turned around, he was just right there. And I knew-- I knew that it was only gonna get worse if I stayed there. And they were giving me these pills-- they kept giving me these pills that were just making him seem more real and making him seem more powerful, and I--

Chad: Abby, look at me.

Abigail: No, please don't-- please don't touch me. And...just don't say anything until you hear it all, please.

Chad: Okay.

Abigail: So I...escaped. I actually-- I tried to think like Ben because I thought he-- Ben, he-- he will know how to get out of there. And so I tricked them.

Chad: Why didn't you call me? Why didn't you come home?

Abigail: Chad. Please. No, I did. I did. I came here, because I wanted to give you a message. And André was here, and that-- that's when he gave you the letter that I...

Chad: I--whoa. I--whoa. I was so angry when he told me that he just let you take off. He should've stopped you, Abby.

Abigail: He helped me. Chad, I knew-- I knew I couldn't be your wife. I knew that I could not be Thomas' mother. I knew that you were so much better off without me.

Chad: No!

Abigail: Yes! Yes! I was so desperate to disappear, and André, he--he... helped me realize that I needed you to know that I was dead. He's the one that convinced me that that's what needed to happen.

Chad: You-- you did this on purpose? You let my brother help you?

[Dramatic music]

He-- he told me you were dead. He looked me in the eyes and he lied to me. Which turns out is--is... nothing compared to what you did to me and our son.

Sonny: You look ridiculous.

Paul: And a very merry Christmas to you too.

Sonny: Well, I'm gonna send this to all your former teammates. And it will confirm everything they think about gay people.

Paul: [Laughs] I am volunteering at a party for sick kids. If I can make at least one of them smile, it'll be worth wearing this utterly demeaning outfit. And, you know, if you publish that picture, I'm gonna-- I'm gonna take batting practice on your face.

Sonny: I've seen you at batting practice, so I feel super safe.

Dario: Nice threads, elf man. You spying on Santa now? You think he's trafficking in stolen toys?

Sonny: Look, Dario, I hired him to investigate the merchandise, okay? He was doing his job. It's me you don't like.

Dario: Guess what. I think I can manage thinking that you're both creeps.

Gabi: Hey, listen. Why don't we just drop it? It's a party. Okay?

Dario: Oh, is--is that why I'm having so much fun?

Steve: Ho, ho, ho! Merry Christmas, everyone! Ho, ho!

Arianna: I didn't know Santa was a pirate.

[Laughter]

Steve: Oh, Arianna's so funny! Ho, ho! Hello, children!

Chad: Now, how--how could you do this to me? And how could you let him help you?

Abigail: I asked him to. Look, I begged him to help me get out of Salem so that I could disappear. Chad, he knew-- he knew that I was gonna go whether he helped me or not. And he wanted-- he wanted to make sure that I was safe. He called my grandma every day just to make sure I was-- Chad, the pills--the pills-- I was completely right about the pills. That's why--that's why we're dealing with all this. And my grandma, she got me the right meds. She got me the right-- the right therapy and--

Chad: And then what? She thought that it'd be fine for you to let your husband and your family think that you were dead?

Abigail: We didn't know. Chad, we had no idea if I was ever gonna go back to being normal, but I-I did. I'm still taking antidepressants, and I'm doing therapy with grandma, but... God, for so long, for so long, I was just out of my mind.

Chad: So... you got well enough to come back to Salem, but you didn't--you didn't-- you didn't feel the need to tell me you were alive. You just sneak into Thomas' room and--

Abigail: I...

Chad: What?

Abigail: I didn't come back to see you or Thomas. I came back because JJ had been shot, and I was worried about my mom.

Chad: Wh-- that was months ago. Where the hell have you been all this time, Abby?

Abigail: Does it really matter?

Chad: Yes! Yes!

Abigail: Chad, I was a mess. I wasn't thinking cl-- God, I wasn't even thinking at all.

Chad: Yeah.

Abigail: And when I heard that JJ was okay, I-- God, I should have-- I should have left. I should have left, but I couldn't. I don't know why. I couldn't leave, but I should have. I should have gone back to Grandma's. [Sighs] Everything would have been so much better. I should have left you at peace, but I just--

Chad: But--"at peace"? What?

Abigail: But Thomas. I couldn't leave him again. And now I know that that was wrong. Chad, I'm sorry. You would have been so much better off without me.

Chad: No!

Abigail: I'm sorry.

Chad: What--no, no, no, no. You can--you can't go. Not now. Thank you for staying. Should I put on some carols?

Adrienne: Mm, you know what? I-I kind of like the quiet.

Justin: Yeah, a quiet Christmas eve. Now, there were years I did not think that was possible.

Adrienne: Oh, no, not with four boys. [Chuckles]

Justin: You remember the year when they all got new bikes?

Adrienne: [Laughs] Yes. And I remember your refusal to pay to have them assembled. You had to do it yourself, so you were up to I think it was 5:00 in the morning putting them together.

Justin: It would have been a piece of cake if that manual hadn't have been so wonky.

Adrienne: [Laughs] Yes, it must have been the wonky manual why Sonny's bike fell apart the minute he got on it. [Laughs]

Justin: It wouldn't be Christmas morning without a trip to the emergency room.

Adrienne: Oh, no.

Justin: And Sonny didn't cry.

Adrienne: No, no. I did it for him. [Chuckles] Then I blinked, and they were all grown up. And instead of bikes and toy trains, they wanted computers and video games. Nothing to assemble.

Justin: It was heaven.

Adrienne: Really? I seem to recall one Christmas morning and they were about-- I don't know-- oh, yes, 10, 11, and 12, when you said you got too much sleep, that it wasn't Christmas unless you were exhausted.

Justin: I loved it when they were young, just tearing into their presents...

Adrienne: Oh, wrapping paper wall to wall, sheer chaos. [Laughs] Oh, man.

Justin: But mainly I just remember sitting on the couch, the two of us bleary-eyed, just watching them completely destroy the living room, and thinking to myself, "it is a wonderful life."

[Soft music]

Dario: Can I talk to you for a minute?

Gabi: Yeah.

Dario: I'm sorry for the way I've been acting. I hope this makes up for it.

Gabi: Wow, thanks.

Dario: Go ahead. Open it. I felt terrible about getting you a knockoff. This one's the real deal.

Gabi: Dario, I love my knockoff.

Dario: Not for my sister. You're the genuine article. Your purse should be too.

Gabi: [Laughs] Thank you.

Dario: Come here.

Gabi: Thanks.

Dario: Let's see that purse.

Gabi: Yeah.

Dario: Let's do this.

[Suspenseful music]

Kayla: Every year at this party, it's a tradition to read the Christmas story. And I got lucky enough this year to do it. I'm so excited! So, um, this is what saint Luke said happened. Wait a minute. Mrs. Claus needs her glasses. "And there were, in the same country, shepherds abiding in the field, keeping watch over their flocks by night. And lo, the angel of the lord came upon them, and the glory of the lord shone round them, and they were sore afraid."

Joey: I remember sitting on the floor when my uncle Bo read the story. My dad read it once.

Jade: Must be nice to have all those memories. My parents never read the Christmas story. We all just yelled at each other.

Kayla: "Which is Christ the lord."

Joey: Weird to think that next year, our kid will be sitting in this very room listening to the very same story.

Kayla: "And suddenly there was this angel, a multitude of heavenly hosts..."

Jade: Can't wait.

Kayla: "Praising God and saying, 'glory to God in the highest. Peace on earth. Goodwill toward men.'"

Chad: No.

Abigail: Please. Please, just let me go. This is--it's for the best.

Chad: "For the best"? What, are you cr--

Abigail: Am I crazy? I don't know. I don't know. Maybe I am crazy. I don't know. But I know, Chad, I'm not the woman that you married. I know that you've moved on.

Chad: What is that supposed to mean?

Abigail: It's okay. Look, I saw you. I saw you take off your ring and bury it in the dirt. I-I saw you with Gabi.

Chad: Were you spying on me?

Abigail: No. God, no, not intentionally, no.

Chad: 'Cause did you not see that when I-- when I took the-- did you not see that when I took off that ring that I was doing my best to just keep it together, that I was an emotional wreck? I was trying to keep it together for my son?

Abigail: It's okay for you to hate me.

Chad: No, I do not hate you! But do you-- how can you expect me to understand that--that-- that you came back here and yet you did nothing? That I was moving on because I didn't have a choice? That "moving on" is a stupid phrase that people use who don't understand that--that-- that grieving is like having an iron vise around your heart that keeps getting tighter and tighter?

Abigail: Please, I'm sorry. I thought that I was doing what was right. That's what I was trying to do. But, my God, I just made it worse. God, I wish I would-- I wish I would actually die. I do.

Kayla: Everybody smile.

Steve: What's that silly elf doing over there?

Sonny: Hey, so I was hoping I could take Arianna to go see the Christmas tree in the Horton town square?

Gabi: Yeah, absolutely. That's a great idea. Will would have wanted that. Uh, I just have to stay, though, because I promised I was gonna help clean up, so is it okay if I meet up with you guys?

Sonny: Yeah, yeah, that'd be great. That'd be great.

Gabi: Hey, how's your mom?

Sonny: She's good. She's with my dad, and we all video chatted with my brothers earlier, so that was fun.

Gabi: Oh, that's nice.

Sonny: Yeah. Yeah, she's great. I think she just gets a little tired because of the treatments.

Gabi: Yeah.

Sonny: And then when I'm around, she, like, you know, feels like she has to be same old mom.

Gabi: Yeah, yeah. So you're doing the rounds of the Christmas parties. That's cool.

Sonny: Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This and then, you know, the Horton tree. So I'm just livin' large.

Gabi: [Laughs] Why don't you, uh-- why don't you ask Paul to go with you to the square with Arianna?

Sonny: I thought I was clear. You need to stop trying to pair us up.

Gabi: I'm just saying. You have to admit, I mean, he does a lot for the elf outfit. Come on.

Sonny: Okay, you know what? We're gonna segue right out of my personal business and into yours.

Gabi: Okay.

Sonny: I mean, like, did Dario actually give you a purse that looks exactly like the other one that you had?

Gabi: Yeah, he didn't-- he didn't want me to have a knockoff.

Sonny: Right, yeah. Well, I guess you can just have, what, Ari play with the old one?

Gabi: Yeah, that's right. I don't even know where he put the old one.

Sonny: That's okay. It'll turn up.

Gabi: Yeah, whatever. I mean, I took everything out of mine, so yeah. You know what? I'm gonna go get Arianna and get her ready to go.

Sonny: Perfect. I'll hook up the car seat.

Gabi: Okay.

[Suspenseful music]

Justin: Merry Christmas.

[Glasses clink]

Adrienne: Merry Christmas. So what did you send the boys for Christmas?

Justin: Oh, something very personal. Gift cards.

Adrienne: [Laughs] Well, at least it's not something they won't use or wear.

Justin: True. It did feel a little bit like I was just handing out bonuses at the office.

Adrienne: [Laughs]

Justin: So I, uh-- I wrote a little something.

Adrienne: What did you say?

Justin: Oh, you know.

Adrienne: You wrote something sentimental. You wrote what you were feeling.

Justin: Are you mocking me?

Adrienne: Oh, I so am. Finally, after all these years. You guys drive me nuts. You love each other so much, and the only way you can express it is by punching each other on the arm.

Justin: That's why moms are important. That's why... we need you.

Adrienne: Yeah. [Chuckles] It's funny. I was, um-- I was writing in Alex's card, and I found I...had signed it, "love, mom and dad."

Justin: Really?

Adrienne: [Chuckles] Old habits die hard, I guess.

Justin: Right. Well, maybe next year, you'll be signing the card, "mom and Lucas."

Adrienne: Please don't do that.

Justin: I'm sorry. Slipped out. Won't happen again. I want this to be a really nice Christmas eve. No pressure, no stress.

Adrienne: Thank you. Thank you for everything.

[Soft music]

Chad: Listen, don't you ever say that, okay? Don't you ever, ever, ever say that again.

Abigail: No, but it's true, Chad. Look--I mean, look what I'm doing to you. You don't even know what I've done to my mom and to my brother. It's-- my whole family has been through hell because of me.

Chad: No, no, no, but that's because of Ben.

Abigail: No.

Chad: It's because of Ben, okay? And I can't--I can't-- I can't even stand to think of what he put you through, and you actually had to go through it. No one--no one should ever had to have gone through what you did. But if you just-- if you give up now, if you wish you were dead, then you are letting him win. And you can't let him win.

Abigail: But maybe he already has, Chad. I don't think that I'm the woman that you married.

Chad: No! Come on!

Abigail: Chad, no, I'm sorry. I just--I don't think that I can be the woman that you need me to be.

Chad: Okay, well...

[Thomas crying over monitor]

Chad: Can you be the mother that he needs? Can you do that?

[Crying continues]

Hey girlfriend, how's your cafe au lait?

Steve: Whoo!

Kayla: [Laughs]

Steve: I could use a beer.

Kayla: [Laughs]

Steve: That padding was hot. Whoo, I'm sweating.

Joey: There was padding?

Kayla: Oh, nice.

Steve: Oh, hardy-har-har, Joseph.

Kayla: Nice.

Jade: That was really nice reading, Dr. Brady.

Kayla: Thank you.

Jade: But you could tell it was written by a man.

Kayla: Really?

Steve: How could you tell?

Jade: Well, it was everything about the shepherds and nothing about her labor.

Kayla: [Chuckles]

Jade: Damn, I was really trying not to say something wrong. I'm really sorry, Joey.

Kayla: Oh, no, no, no. I think my mother's gonna love that one. [Laughs] Let's go. Let's get out of here, you guys.

Steve: Come on, I'll treat you all to a sundae.

Kayla: That's funny.

Steve: Hot fudge.

Kayla: That's funny.

[Holiday music]

Sonny: You know, that angel kind of looks like you. The part of you that looks like your daddy.

Paul: Hey, guys.

Sonny: Hey!

Paul: Hey, sweetie. Did you have fun at the party?

Sonny: She did. You know, we're kind of disappointed. We thought you'd be dressed in the elf costume the entire Christmas season.

Paul: [Chuckles] Well, I'm glad that you, uh, found that so amusing, that I could bring some joy to your dry, humdrum life.

Sonny: Eh, you know, you don't know the half of it. You know, when Gabi gets here, we're gonna take this one home and we're gonna put out some cookies and ice cream for Santa.

Paul: That actually sounds like a lot of fun. Well, I-I, um-- I better get going. Hey, merry Christmas, sweetie. I hope that you get everything that you want. You too, Sonny.

Gabi: I told you, my relationship with Chad is none of your business.

Dario: Gabi, I have to--

Gabi: No, I know you think he's gonna hurt me, but you don't even know what he's really like, okay?

Dario: Okay, this isn't about Chad. This-- this is--this is about Abigail.

Gabi: I know. Look, I know that he really loved her and he's never gonna forget her. But--but he's realized that she's--she's dead, Dario, okay? And he's realized that she is part of his past, not his future.

Dario: Damn it, Gabi, will you j--will you listen to me? That's what I have to tell you. That damn statue isn't gonna make any difference, because Abigail isn't dead. She's here, in Salem. She's alive. I've seen her.

[Thomas crying]

Abigail: Oh, honey, shh. It's okay. Hi, sweetie. Hey. Shh. Shh. Stay there then they stay there

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