Days of Our Lives Transcript Wednesday 1/3/07 - Canada; Thursday 1/4/07 - U.S.A.


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Max: We're not open. Come back in 20.

Max: Mimi, hi. Uh, I didn't expect you in today.

Mimi: Oh, I just needed to talk, but if you're busy...

Max: No, no, not at all. Come in. Come in.

Mimi: Thanks.

Max: Sorry. Uh, how's Patrick? Did you go see him?

Mimi: Last night. It was awful. They could put him away for years, and I'm not saying that he doesn't deserve to be punished, but he never meant for things to get so out of control. He's not a bad person.

Max: I know, I know. He just got mixed up with the wrong people.

Mimi: An understatement, and it's looking like I'm the only one who can help him. He needs a good lawyer, and how can I afFord one -- any lawyer on my puny income? And I've got my mom flipping out, and my little brother Connor is, too, and this is not what Patrick needs right now.

Max: Okay, listen. I know it looks bad, but...

Mimi: Looks?

Max: Okay, it is, but it's never as bad as it seems. Let me put some coffee on, and we'll talk about it.

Mimi: No, you got to open up.

Max: That can wait.

Mimi: No, it can't. You need the business, and I shouldn't have dumped this on you anyway. I shouldn't even come here. I didn't know where else to go.

Max: It's all right.

Marlena: John, I'm right here. And I'm staying strong. I know you'd want me to. I'm remembering that promise we made in Italy by that beautiful fountain. I'm here, and I'm staying here, and I need to know that you're going to stay here, too. I could sure use some kind of a little sign -- maybe just a word or a touch or...maybe a little flicker of life in your eyes. I'm here. I'm not going anywhere, but I really could use your help about now.

Belle: Hi, Mom.

Marlena: Hi, sweetheart. Where's Shawn? Where's the baby?

Belle: Shawn took Claire so I could spend some time with you and dad. Has the doctor brought the test results?

Marlena: No, no. We're expecting him any moment.

Belle: Life really is strange, you know. Bo and Hope have this brand-new baby upstairs, this brand-new life, and dad could be losing his.

Marlena: No, no. No, your daddy's gonna be fine, just fine, and that's all there is to it.

Shawn D.: Hey, Claire, look. That's your new baby aunt. Look, look. That's pretty cool, huh? Yeah, you get to be the niece, and you get to boss your aunt around because you're bigger than she is.

Bo: Something tells me that they're gonna get along great. Hey, how about we switch so you can get to know your little sister?

Shawn D.: Go to grandpa.

Hope: Support her neck, sweetie.

Shawn D.: Oh, my gosh. Wow, she's got Zack's eyes.

Hope: Yeah, we thought so, too.

Shawn D.: Hey, there, little sis. I'm happy you're here. Just so you know, we're gonna be spending a lot of time together. Oh, hold on. I forgot to ask. What did you guys name her?

Steve: Breaking my arms.

Kayla: Okay, maybe I went a little overboard.

Steve: You think?

Kayla: Well, I couldn't help myself. You only have a niece once in a while, and I think they should be spoiled.

Steve: I thought you were supposed to spoil grand babies.

Kayla: Well, maybe I'm practicing. Hey, what do you got there?

Steve: She's gonna love this. That little girl's gonna become my protégée. You know, the key is starting them young.

Kayla: Maybe you're right. I remember when you tried to teach John how to play.

Steve: I remember that, too. How he butchered "summertime." Oh, that was painful.

Kayla: You know what? He has a lot of talents. Music just isn't one of them.

Steve: I guess not. Why don't you take the booty on in to Hope, and I'll go over to ICU, and see how he's doing?

Kayla: That's a good idea. Okay.

Steve: All right.

Kayla: What are you doing? Are you having fun?

Kayla: Steve? Are you okay?

Steve? Steve! Steve, what is it? What is it?

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Shawn D.: "Doodlebug"?

Bo: Yeah, we got to name her something.

Hope: We could have named her "Buttercup."

Shawn D.: Okay. I'm gonna let you guys battle this one out, and I'm gonna take Claire, and I'm gonna go run some errands.

Hope: How's John doing? Have they gotten the test results back?

Shawn D.: Yeah, Belle and Marlena -- they were still waiting when I left.

Hope: Oh, my God. To think -- that could have been your father shot at the boathouse.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I know. I sure hope some justice is served for what happened to John.

Claire: Dada, dada.

Bo: Oh, you want to see your daddy.

Hope: How

Claire: Ut "Grandpa, p Grandpa"?

Kayla: Steve, Steve, can you hear me? Answer me, Steve. Steve?

Kayla: Steve, Steve, what just happened? Care you all right?

Steve: I felt... I'll be fine.

Kayla: But you're not fine. Your heart is racing. You passed out last night.

Steve: I think I just need some sleep.

Kayla: No, no, you had your hands covering your ears like you were trying to block out some kind of noise or something.

Steve: No, I didn't.

Kayla: Yes, you did.

Steve: Okay, I did. I'm hearing this sound in my head -- this banging over and over again. I don't know what it is.

Kayla: Oh, I'm gonna get us a neurologist. I'm gonna get us a specialist

Kayla: What if the next time you have one of these episodes, you're behind the wheel of a car or something? I mean, for your safety and everybody else's, we need to figure out what's wrong with you. I'm gonna go find us a neurologist. Just stay put.

Belle: Hey, Daddy, it's Tink. You haven't called me that in a- really long time. I kind of miss it. I would give anything to hear you call me that right now. When did they bring him down from recovery?

Marlena: Early this morning.

Belle: Did you get a chance to go home and get some sleep?

Marlena: Mnh-mnh.

Dr. Tucker: Dr. Evans, Belle, I'm sorry for running late. I had an emergency.

Marlena: We understand. We're just very eager for some news.

Dr. Tucker: I'm sorry. I wish I had some good news.

Max: I'm really glad you came to see me because I want to be there for you, and if that means someone's got to wait for an oil change or a new set of tires, then who cares?

Mimi: You're a really good friend.

Max: I want to help any way I can -- even if it's a shoulder to cry on. If it's more -- if you need money, I don't have much, but...

Mimi: No, I don't want your money, and I don't want to cry. I just...needed to see you. I know that sounds lame.

Max: No, it doesn't. I mean, you know this is more than just friendship. You know that.

Mimi: Still, you're busy, and I, uh...

Max: You, uh...

Mimi: I should go, 'cause my mom will wake up and wonder where I am.

Max: No, why don't you call her later? Huh? I don't want you to go.

Shawn D.: What?

Bo: You know, you're wasting your time. There's no way I'm gonna name her after some plant or time of year.

Hope: Who said anything about naming her after a plant?

Bo: You've got "Ivy" there.

Hope: This comes from a man who likes "Doodlebug."

Bo: Yeah, doodlebug.

Hope: I give up because obviously we are never gonna see eye to eye on this. Wait a second. I have an idea. Why don't we make a contest out of it?

Bo: Out of what?

Hope: Naming her. We'll get your mom, your dad, our friends, all our family to help us pick something special.

Bo: We leave this up to mom and dad, they'll pick some Celtic or Roman name we can't pronounce.

Hope: That's a very good point, but there is no law that says that we have to take any of their suggestions. Brady, come on. It'll be fun. Let them toss in their two cents, be a part of this.

Bo: You're inciting war between the Bradys and Hortons here. You know that, right?

Hope: I say we give it a try.

Bo: Okay, okay. But until then, we agree on doodlebug, right?

Hope: Doodlebug, doodlebug. Our little doodlebug.

Bo: She's smiling. She likes doodlebug.

Hope: She's so handsome and beautiful and tiny and precious.

Kayla: Steve. Steve, this is Dr. Carlisle. He's been a colleague of mine since I was a nurse here. This is my husband, Steve, Dan.

Dr. Carlisle: Pleasure to meet you, Steve. Kayla tells me you've been having some trouble.

Steve: No, I'm afraid my wife is making a big deal out of nothing.

Dr. Carlisle: Maybe so, but there's one way to find out for sure. If you've got a minute, radiology can schedule you for an MRI right now.

Steve: MRI, huh? You want to look at my brain. You don't know what you're getting into, dude.

Kayla: It's just a precaution.

Steve: Do we have to do it right now?

Kayla: Well, it'll just take a minute. Will you do it for me?

Steve: Yeah, you know, I told you I would last night. Okay. All right, Mr. MD, take me to your torture chamber. Do with me what you will.

Dr. Carlisle: I promise it'll be painless.

Kayla: Hey, hey, husband. What man walks away from the woman he loves without a kiss? That's better.

Steve: See, my brain may be on the fritz, but my lips still work fine.

Belle: Please don't tell me my dad's gonna die.

Dr. Tucker: No, Belle, your father's stable now, and it looks like he'll recover from his wounds.

Marlena: You said you had some bad news.

Dr. Tucker: As I explained last night, John's brain was deprived of oxygen for an unknown amount of time, and he's still not responding to stimuli, which...well, which leads me to believe that there could be some permanent damage.

Marlena: What does the EEG show?

Dr. Tucker: It's not encouraging.

Marlena: What about his GCS?

Dr. Tucker: 4.

Belle: What does that mean?

Dr. Tucker: John's in a coma and very likely won't come out of it.

Max: Oh, dang.

Mimi: Shawn, oh, my God. You should learn to knock.

Shawn D.: And you should learn to lock the door when you're, uh, busy.

Max: Look, we were just talking about her brother, and she was upset.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I could tell you guys were having a pretty intense conversation.

Mimi: What are you doing here? Was there something you wanted?

Shawn D.: Yeah, actually, there is. I, um, wanted to stop by 'cause I wanted to tell you guys that I'm sorry for acting like such a jerk.

Bo: Come on in.

Kayla: Am I interrupting?

Bo: About time you showed up. Get in here. Your new niece has wanted to meet you.

Hope: What in the world? This isn't all for the baby.

Kayla: I couldn't help myself. I wanted to do it. I was so excited when I heard. It's just wonderful.

Hope: You shouldn't have.

Kayla: Let me see. Oh, wow. She is beautiful.

Bo: There you go. An unbiased opinion.

Hope: I don't know if I would say that.

Kayla: All right, so tell me, brother of mine -- did you faint like you did at Shawn D.'s birth?

Bo: No, I did not.

Hope: Actually, he managed to stay conscious this time.

Kayla: That is amazing.

Hope: Although there was this one shaky little moment. He was a little pale.

Bo: No, there was no shaky moments. I did fine.

Hope: You know what? You did better than fine. You were our hero.

Bo: Oh, yeah.

Hope: Hey, if it weren't for you, I don't know where the baby and I would be right now, if you hadn't come along when you did.

Kayla: It's all over now.

Hope: Yeah.

Kayla: Tell me, Hope.

Kayla: Well, if you need some help with the baby, ask me.

Hope: I will.

Kayla: It's been a while since Stephanie was tiny, but I think I still have my touch.

Hope: Yeah, your sway.

Hope: Hey, where's Steve? Did he come with you?

Kayla: Well, actually, we were on our way in here together, but he's having an MRI instead.

Hope: An MRI?

Bo: Why? What happened?

Kayla: I don't know exactly. He's been having these episodes, for lack of a better word, and I thought that he should have it checked out.

Hope: What kind of episodes?

Kayla: I don't know exactly. Noise in his head, this pounding, and he sort of gets paralyzed -- like in a trance or something -- and then, all of a sudden, he comes out of it, he says he feels fine, and he doesn't remember anything.

Hope: Oh, my God. What could it be?

Bo: Kind of inner ear thing. You know, I've always known the guy has a screw loose.

Kayla: Well, I hope that's all it is. But listen, anyway, he's probably getting done right now, and I want to get over to radiology. I don't want him to be alone. He was kind of nervous about the whole thing.

Bo: Why don't you hang out here with Hope and your new niece, and I'll go check on Steve, make sure everything's okay?

Kayla: Are you sure?

Bo: Yes, I'm sure. There you go. I'll be back soon.

Kayla: Thank you.

Bo: Uh-huh.

Hope: You're really worried, aren't you?

[Monitor beeps steadily]

Belle: I don't believe this you're telling me that my dad might never wake up?

Dr. Tucker: I'm saying that the odds are not in his favor, and I have to be honest with you -- both of you. Even if he did wake up, his cognitive functioning could be seriously impaired. I'm so sorry.

Marlena: You're sorry. That's all you have to say is that you are sorry?

Dr. Tucker: I wish there was something I could tell you -- some hope I could offer. But I can help make arrangements to have your husband transferred to a long-term-care facility.

Marlena: No! No. Absolutely not.

Shawn D.: Look, guys, I was a jerk. When I found out Mimi was working here, instead of acting like an adult, I just... I don't know. I lost it. And I'm sorry. So I never had any right to treat you guys the way I did or tell you how to live your lives, and I hope that you'll accept my apology.

Max: Well, I could have handled things better myself.

Mimi: And you know, Shawn, that I'm sorry, too. And I actually think I have a lot more to be sorry about than you. Either one of you.

Shawn D.: You've apologized already, Meems, like a million times. I just -- I was too stubborn to accept it.

Mimi: Well, I don't blame you.

Shawn D.: So what do you think, guys? You think we can just put everything behind us and move on? Is that possible?

Max: Well, I can't speak for Mimi, but I'm cool with it.

Mimi: Me too. Especially if it means I get to spend time with my Goddaughter again. I've really missed her... and my best friend. How's Belle doing?

Shawn D.: She's doing better since her dad got out of surgery, but it's been pretty hard.

Mimi: I'm sure it helps having you and Claire there for her.

Shawn D.: Yeah, I hope so.

Max: So you guys are a real family now, huh?

Shawn D.: I wouldn't quite say that, but we're working on it, right? We decided to just both take it nice and easy and don't rush anything.

Mimi: Shawn, I hope you know that I wish you the best.

Shawn D.: Thanks, Mimi. I appreciate it. So what about you two, hmm?

Mimi: Oh, well, we're taking things slow, too. Or we were until about 10 seconds before you walked in the door.

Shawn D.: You guys don't have to explain anything to me. I'm happy for both of you. I really am.

Mimi: You hear that, cutie? Your daddy's happy, and I am, too, 'cause I haven't seen you in forever. Would you mind if I took her on a walk? Because there's a litter of kittens down the street, and I'm sure Claire would love to see them 'cause they're so cute and fuzzy like you.

Shawn D.: You're crazy about animals, aren't you?

Mimi: Oh, she doesn't... no, we'll be right back. Y, "bye-bye." We'll be right back.

Shawn D.: [Chuckles]

Max: So... [Clears throat] H, are you really cool with everything -- with Mimi and me?

Steve: Bo, I appreciate your concern in coming down here, but your sister's overreacting. I sure as hell didn't need that MRI.

Bo: So the results are good?

Steve: I didn't get the results yet. I can tell you they're not gonna show anything.

Bo: All right. Hey, listen, I talked to Marlena last night. She seemed to think that John was trying to communicate something to her before he lost consciousness. She seemed to think that you might know something about that.

Steve: Me?

Bo: Yeah, according to her, John got all agitated when you came in the room. You know anything about that?

Steve: Marlena was in the room. So was Kayla. They both heard what he .

Bo: Yeah, "killer."

Steve: I figured he was talking about the dude who shot him -- E.J. Wells.

Bo: Yeah, that could be right, but Marlena thinks that he got all agitated because of you.

Steve: Well, I'm no doctor but if you want my unprofessional opinion as a former hospice orderly, I think maybe John got agitated because he was afraid he was gonna die, and I just happened to be the guy standing there when he opened his eyes. I mean, I don't know what else it could have been. I haven’t thought of John in over a week. But, you know, I was on my way down there when Kayla snagged me for this MRI deal, so maybe you could go with me. We could check in on him together.

Bo: Yeah, let's do it.

Kayla: Maybe Steve's right. Maybe I'm worrying for nothing. I know I'm being overprotective, and I know Steve hates that.

Hope: I know what you mean. Bo feels the same way.

Kayla: I just can't help myself. Ever since we found our way back together, I just -- I don't know. I live with this fear that I am gonna wake up one day, and he's gonna be gone.

Marlena: I don't care about your test results. John is fewer than 24 hours out of surgery, and it's far too early to give any kind of prognosis, and I will not abandon him to a group of people who will not give him the love or the care or the respect that he deserves.

Dr. Tucker: Dr. Evans, I understand you're upset, but John will need special care, and in a long-term facility, he can have the best, 24 hours a day. And you'll be e b to o visit him whenever you like -- you and your daughter both. We'd arrange in-house rehab services. Nobody's abandoning him.

Belle: Mom, come on. Maybe he's right. Maybe dad could get better care in a place that offers 24-7 facility --

Marlena: No. No. If these doctors at this other hospital cannot help John fight for his life, then I will take him elsewhere. I will take him anywhere in the country, in the world, to make sure he gets the help he needs. We are never, ever giving up on him.

Dr. Tucker: I appreciate that, and, of course, I encourage you to get a second opinion. But I stand by my prognosis. And I wish you good luck.

Belle: Mom.

Marlena: Belle, we are not accepting anything, we have only just begun to fight for him.

Bo: Hey. What's going on?

Marlena: Well, Bo, they seem to think that John is done. He's gone.

Bo: No.

Belle: The doctor was just here. He said that my dad's in a coma and he might not wake up.

Steve: I'm so sorry. [Monitor beeping rapidly]

Hope: Kay, try not to worry about it. You know Steve loves you. He's not going anywhere.

Kayla: I'm sure you're right, but I'm still scared. I'll never forget what it felt like when I lost him. I didn't think I'd ever get over it.

Hope: And you didn't.

Kayla: No, I didn't. I grieved for what felt like a lifetime, and now that we're back together, I just find it so hard to trust it. Maybe because he still doesn't know how he cheated death all those years ago or who he was or what he was doing during all that time before he woke up in that hotel room in Cincinnati.

Hope: Do you two ever talk about it?

Kayla: I try not to bring it up. I just don't want to waste one minute of our time together talking about things that don't matter. There is nothing from his past that I wouldn't defend or come to the aid of their brothers. Forgive. It's not that.

Hope: Then what is it?

Kayla: I don't think that he really trusts himself. I think that he's afraid of those missing years -- afraid that something or someone's gonna come back and derail his life. You know, he has said that he has no way of knowing who he was or what he was doing during that time. And I think those missing years scare him to death, and I don't know how to help him.

[Monitor beeping rapidly]

Dr. Tucker: What happened?

Marlena: He's hypertensive. His heart rate shot up.

Belle: I don't understand. Why is his heart rate going up like that?

Marlena: Some kind of a spike in his adrenaline.

Belle: Caused by what?

Marlena: By Steve coming into the room. It happened that way last night.

Steve: That doesn't make any sense.

Dr. Tucker: No. No, it doesn't make any sense. John can't possibly be responding to his presence or anything else in this room because his brain doesn't process stimuli.

Marlena: But that's your opinion.

Dr. Tucker: No, it's a fact, Dr. Evans, and as a physician, you know that as well as I do. Science doesn't lie.

Marlena: Sometimes science just gets it wrong. I'd like a second EEG, please.

Dr. Tucker: Honestly, I don't see the point.

Marlena: I do. It's important to me, so let's get one.

Shawn D.: Yeah. Yeah, I'm definitely okay with you and Mimi. Not that it matters what I think.

Max: Come on, man. She's your ex and your family.

Shawn D.: Max, I am so okay with it that I wouldn't mind hanging out with you guys more...say 9:00 to 5:00.

Max: Oh, are you asking for your job back?

Shawn D.: All right, to tell you the truth, that is one of the reasons why I came by.

Max: Well, good, because I've been looking for a good mechanic.

Shawn D.: Are you kidding me?

Max: No, man, I've been through three since you left. It's been a total nightmare.

Shawn D.: I'm sorry. So what does that mean? Does that mean that I got my job back?

Max: Welcome back. All right, man.

Mimi: Weren't those kitties the cutest things you ever saw? I think they liked you, too. Look at this. These tube tires. You can jump up and down and all around. You like that? [Laughs] You look really cute in there. See? Bounce, bounce, bounce. Except your mom's probably gonna kill me for getting -- what -- what are you doing? Who are you?

Hope: Kay, there is only one thing you can do, and that is to stand by Steve, no matter what. As long as he has you, he can get through anything.

Dr. Carlisle: Kayla, sorry to interrupt.

Kayla: That's all right. This is my sister-in-law, Hope. She just had a baby. He did Steve's MRI.

Hope: Nice to meet you.

Dr. Carlisle: Likewise, and congratulations.

Hope: Thank you so much.

Kayla: Tell me. How did it go?

Dr. Carlisle: You'll be happy to know the results were completely within normal limits. No lesions, no vascular abnormalities. Just a healthy brain.

Kayla: Oh, good. Thank you, and thank you for doing it so quickly.

Dr. Carlisle: I'm glad I could help, but of course he should still get a complete physical.

Kayla: Absolutely. I'll make sure of it. Thank you.

Hope: That's good news.

Kayla: Yeah, except for he's still having t episodes. We're not any closer to figuring out what that is.

Hope: If you really think it could have something to do with his past, then maybe he should see someone -- a therapist, someone who specializes in memory retrieval.

Kayla: Well, to tell you the truth, I have thought of hypnosis, but I know Steve would never go for that. I think whatever is buried in his mind, he just wants to leave it alone.

Hope: I think I know who could help you.

Kayla: Who?

Hope: Marlena. If anyone could get him to open up, it would be her. Definitely.

Steve: Poor John. Man, he's in bad shape.

Bo: Yeah, it's not looking good.

Steve: Man, you don't believe what Marlena said -- that he was responding to me being in the room, do you?

Bo: Well, he definitely got worked up about something. [Banging] [Monitor beeping steadily]

Marlena: This time, I'm going with him, and I am not leaving his side until I know in my heart everything possible is being done.

Belle: Well, I want to go, too.

Marlena: No. Right now, you need to stay with Claire.

Belle: Will you be okay?

Marlena: Of course I'll be okay. As long as I'm with your father, I will always be okay.

Shawn D.: So what's the trouble?

Max: Well, she's not catching when you give her gas. I pulled the transmission, but it's fine.

Shawn D.: It's probably a computer chip. I'm gonna take a look at the schematic, and I'm gonna find out what's wrong with it.

Max: It's so good to have you back, man. I'm serious.

Mimi: Shawn! Shawn, get out here!

Shawn D.: What's going on?

Mimi: See that guy there? He was taking pictures of Claire and me. It was so creepy.

Max: What the hell is that about?

Mimi: I wonder what that photographer's gonna do with those pictures. Somehow, I don't think he'll be submitting them to baby beautiful magazine.

Max: [Chuckles] And to think this day star out so great.

Mimi: It did, didn't it?

Max: What do you say we get back to what we were doing before Shawn showed up?

Mimi: I say... that the moment has passed.

Max: I'm gonna kill that guy.

Mimi: Well, maybe it's for the best 'cause we did agree to take things slow.

Max: Yeah, you're right. We should wait. Did I just say that?

Mimi: [Chuckles] Well, you know, if we do, when it finally happens, it'll be that much more incredible.

Max: Yeah, I'll remember that when I'm taking cold showers.

Mimi: [Laughs] All right, well, um, I'll let you get to work then.

Max: Yeah, we'll, uh, talk later.

Mimi: Yeah. Later.

Max: [Clears throat] What the heck? You only live once.

Shawn D.: I talked to Dr. Tucker. He told me about your dad.

Belle: Yeah, my mom doesn't want to believe it, though. She's gonna try to prove that the doctors are wrong.

Shawn D.: Do you think that they are?

Belle: I don't know what to think. I can't think. [Sniffles] What did you and Claire do today?

Shawn D.: We just went for a walk.

Belle: I'm sure she enjoyed that.

Shawn D.: Yeah, she did.

Belle: So why do you still look like something's wrong?

Shawn D.: Do you remember that woman from the Java Café -- Beverly Healy, the one who turned out working for Child Protective Services?

Belle: Yeah, the one I had a feeling about -- that I still have a feeling about was investigating us.

Shawn D.: Well, I think that you're right.

Beverly: Do you have them?

Woman: Right here. You can tell Mr. Kiriakis we're ready to make our move.

Kayla: You know what? I'm gonna wait on asking Marlena for help with Steve. I think she has enough to worry about right now. [Crying]

Kayla: Uh-oh. Somebody's hungry. Honey, let's get your mama. Let's get your mama. You're a cutie pie. There you go. Hey, listen, I'm gonna go find your husband and my husband. I'm so happy for you and Bo.

Hope: Thank you, sweetie. And thank you so much for the gifts -- way too much.

Kayla: My pleasure. All right, I'll see you.

Hope: Bye John has the aid of their brothers.

Kayla: Oh, and by the way, have you chosen a name for her?

Hope: Doodlebug. What do you think?

Kayla: Hmm, Doodlebug Brady. I like that. [Chuckles]

Hope: Doodlebug. My little doodlebug.

Bo: Hey, man, you okay?

Steve: What?

Bo: You all right?

Steve: Yeah. Hey, Marlena? Listen, I just want to say that whatever John was trying to tell you, if you still think it has to do with me, I'll do anything I can to help you figure it out -- anything.

Marlena: Thank you. Thank you both for being here. It means a lot. I know John loves you. He probably just hasn't said that to you.

Bo: I feel the same way.

Steve: Me too. I hope the tests will show that he's okay and that the doctors are wrong, like you said.

Marlena: I hope so, too. They just have to be wrong. Excuse me.

Bonnie: What would really be a big help to me right now is if you and Chelsea could find another place to live.

Billie: You're kicking us out?

Abby: I am not your little sister, Max. I am a woman.

Steve: Victor's filed for full custody of Claire.

Shawn D.: I am not letting anyone take our baby.

Marlena: I'm right here beside you!

John: Marlena!

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