Days of Our Lives Transcript Monday 3/5/07 - Canada; Tuesday 3/6/07 - U.S.A.


Provided By Glynis & Eric
Proofread By Niki

Fr. Kelly: We will light the central flame as I explain the symbolism to all your family and friends. Father Jansen insisted that we follow traditional ritual down to the letter just for you, Sami.

Sami: That's nice of him.

Fr. Kelly: Your candles, please. Each representing your separate lives coming together to bring light and warmth to a new life shared by you both. Never forget to keep your individual fires alive and strong, for it is the flame in the purity of your own hearts that illuminates all that you'll share in your marriage. Nice, well done.

Lucas: Thank you.

Fr. Kelly: Now, we'll go over the act of contrition in our session next week, and in case there's any --

Sami: Wait. What do you mean? Father Jansen never required us to do the act of contrition before.

Fr. Kelly: Father Jansen has changed his mind and feels that for all the weddings here at St. Luke's, both the bride and the groom must make full confession to me of their sins.

Sami: No! No, I'm not doing it.

Lucas: Sami.

Sami: No, I said no!

E.J.: Billie.

Billie: Mr. Wells.

E.J.: Formal, eh? Miss Reed, please. Dressed to impress, I see, and I am. In fact, frankly, I don't think I've ever --

Billie: Stop right there. I'm here on business.

E.J.: I always mean business. You know that.

Billie: You asked me to come by and show you my home-security system and give you the proposal, so here we go.

E.J.: And I'm looking forward to what you have to show me, but I'm gonna warn you, Miss Reed. It takes more than a power suit to seize the day. So, whenever you're ready, you may begin your presentation. I'm waiting, Miss Reed. Dazzle me.

Chelsea: I thought that we could use some fuel to help us get through these equations, so I got us some chips and dip.

Nick: Chelsea, this is not a party. This is a tutoring session.

Chelsea: Well, why can't it be both, Nick? You're the one who's always saying "Math can be fun."

Nick: Well, it can be fun, but there are many different kinds of fun, not just the kind that you're talking about.

Chelsea: And what kind is that?

Nick: The kind where you don't have to think. Before you know it, the books disappear and you take advantage of. . .

Chelsea: I take advantage of?

Nick: Of my intimate knowledge of derivatives. [Clears throat] If I do all the work for you, give you all the answers, you don't end up learning anything.

Chelsea: Fine, tutor away. Teach me all about being derivative. That's probably my problem. I'm way too original.

Nick: Cute.

Chelsea: And a lot more fun than calculus.

Nick: Look, I know that this is not anywhere near as fun as carrying the cash across the border to Belle and Shawn, but if you give it a shot, you might like it. Chelsea?

Chelsea: Do you ever wonder what happened to Shawn and Belle? I mean, I just -- I hope that they got to Australia okay.

Nick: I bet you they're fine and that Claire's fine and that they're all safe and sound on a nice patch of green, rolling grass, sunbathing in their backyard, happy, smiling, calm.

Belle: Come on, you know her immune system. Either we get Claire to a doctor so they can stop the infection from spreading or she will die.

Shawn D. : That's not gonna happen, Belle. We are gonna get her what she needs, I promise.

Belle: What are you gonna do?

Shawn D. : I'm gonna get us off this island. That's what I'm gonna do -- tonight.

[Thunder crashes]

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the Days of our Lives.

Belle: Okay, where's the boat? Shawn, where's the boat?

Shawn D. : I will build us something. I know about boats.

Belle: And I know about you trying to keep me from freaking out. All right, even if it were possible, where would we go?

Shawn D. : There's a bunch of islands out there. There's a few of them that we can even see. We just have to find one with people on it, okay? Trust me.

Belle: Trust you? I trust you, I do. [Thunder crashes] There's another storm coming. It's a big one. But you're gonna build us a yacht before it starts raining, right?

Shawn D. : No, a raft, Belle. I'm gonna build us a raft.

Belle: Out of what?

Shawn D. : There's a whole grove of bamboo right over there by the waterfall. I can do this.

Belle: Okay, I know. It's okay, sweetie. We just need to trust your daddy. We both need to trust your daddy.

Fr. Kelly: Relax, Sami. As long as you don't do that during the wedding, you'll be fine. Father Jansen has been your confessor for years. If you prefer him to hear you, I understand.

Sami: Look, I think I should wait and talk to Father Jansen when he gets back.

Lucas: We're not putting this wedding on hold. I'm not comfortable with that. Don't do that, all right?

Sami: Lucas.

Fr. Kelly: You can rest assured I've heard more than my share of confession. There isn't anything you could possibly tell me that I haven't heard before.

Sami: Want to bet?

Fr. Kelly: Look, just remember, God loves you and there isn't anything, no matter how big or how small, he can't forgive. I'll see you both next week, okay?

Lucas: Yeah.

Fr. Kelly: The act of contrition now, don't forget.

Lucas: No, we won't. Thank you, Father. So, what's next on the wedding to-do list? We got to check in with the bagpipers, right?

Sami: Bagpipes? I don't want bagpipes.

Lucas: What?

Sami: I don't want bagpipes.

Lucas: You said that was important to you, for your grandfather. You weren't gonna get married without them.

Sami: I know, okay, but I changed my mind. I don't want them.

Lucas: Well, fine, but we're gonna lose our deposit.

Sami: Yeah, well, I don't care. I don't care about the bagpipes, and I don't care about the candles. I don't want any of this.

Billie: All right. This system takes pictures so clear and so sharp, it looks like high-definition television. Fantastic, but I still don't see what makes your security system an improvement on existing surveillance technology.

Billie: Wireless. Cellphone. You control everything from your cellphone. One push of a button and you have a live camera view.

E.J.: Ah. That would explain why you called it --

Billie: Century Cell. Exactly. Is your teenage son at home studying like he should be? Or is he throwing a kegger while you're away? Break-ins in the neighborhood? One push of a button and you can see everything that's going on.

E.J.: What happens if you see something in progress?

Billie: If you see something in progress, you press the panic code. It closes automatically all of your doors and windows, locks them, and dials 911 for you.

E.J.: And you came up with this idea all by yourself?

Billie: Well, other than the programming, yeah, I did. Home-security system -- wireless.

E.J.: It's perfect. Billie, this is the answer to my prayers. I love it! I love it! I love you!

Billie: What, what, what was that?

Nick: Chelsea, this is a really simple equation. I don't understand why you can't get it.

Chelsea: Hmm. That's right. You don't get it. Because it's impossible for you to understand how anybody else's brain works because they don't work like yours. But trust me, there are lots of me brains out there and not as many you brains. There are thousands, millions, of mee-s.

Nick: That's impossible. There's only one you, Chelsea.

Chelsea: Thanks.

Nick: All right, back to work. Come on. So, high is your numerator and "d" is your denominator, all right? So, say it with me. Low "d" high minus high "d" low is. . .

Chelsea: (Laughs)

Nick: Is something funny?

Chelsea: Well, um, low "D" high, high "D" low -- it just sounds like they should be standing on top of an Austrian mountain top in leather pants with goat herds and puppets yodeling our butts off.

Nick: All right, if that's how you want to do it, we'll sing it. We'll sing it. Yeah, let's sing this. Come on. Low "D" high minus high "D" low do-da

Chelsea: "Do-da"? What's do-da equivalent to?

Nick: Low "d" high minus high "d" low over low squared come on, we'll sing it. It'll be very easy. We'll sing it this way. This is great.

Chelsea: Okay. This is really freaking dumb doofus, doofus

Nick: See, that's really good. Now all you have to do is put the mathematical expression in and you are good to go. Come on.

Chelsea: Low "d" high minus high "d" low

Nick: Perfect. See, now you got it. How hard was that? That wasn't very hard, was it?

Chelsea: Very, yeah, a little bit.

Nick: It was very, very easy. Very much easier than you thought it would be.

Billie: Most people give you a handshake or a check to let you know how they feel. This is the first time I've been kissed.

E.J.: Okay, Billie, calm down. Look, please, forgive me. I overreacted.

Billie: Oh, you think?

E.J.: Look, I have never seen anything as impressive as Century Cell. If I overreacted, it's 'cause you're sitting on a gold mine, okay? That's what this idea is. It is a gold mine.

Billie: Is this for real?

E.J.: Of course it is. Why wouldn't it be?

Billie: Well, I don't know. I mean, I just kind of had this idea kicking around in my head ever since I left law enforcement, but I never really thought it would go anywhere.

E.J.: Well, it has, and it will. And I'm not kidding, Billie -- you with it, right to the top.

Billie: Well, okay, I believe you.

E.J.: Well, are we partners?

Billie: Oh. Not quite yet. One more thing. If I find out that you are trying to play me or use my system for any of your hidden agendas, tell me right now because then we can just call it a day and things will be over.

E.J.: I can assure you that I have absolutely no agenda, hidden or otherwise.

Billie: Okay. One more thing.

E.J.: Mm-hmm.

Billie: If you ever try and kiss me again, this relationship is over. You got that, Romeo?

E.J.: Okay, yeah, I got that.

Lucas: You want to call off the wedding? Is that it?

Sami: No, of course not.

Lucas: Then what's happening? What's going on?

Sami: Look at this place. Look where we are.

Lucas: Yeah, we're in a church.

Sami: No, we're in St. Luke's, where I have tried to get married how many times. Again and again, I walked down that aisle. Last time, it wasn't even you at the altar. It was Austin.

Lucas: It was me before that.

Sami: But we didn't go through with it, did we? Because something always goes wrong, whether it's your mother or Lexie. I always do something to ruin it. And you want to know why? Because I don't deserve this. I don't deserve to be happy.

Lucas: Don't talk like that.

Sami: Don't touch me. Don't even look at me.

Lucas: What am I supposed to do, huh? Am I supposed to just watch you be upset? I don't want to do that. How can I help you? Come on, what do you need? Tell me anything and I'll do it.

Sami: Lucas, take me out of here. Take me somewhere else.

Lucas: You want to elope? That.

Sami: Please, Lucas. Let's do something else. Let's get married somewhere else, anywhere else -- on a beach. We could go to a boat and have a ship's captain marry us. I'll do anything. I just can't get married in St. Luke's, in a --

Lucas: What, in the house of God? This isn't about you being insecure. This is about you feeling guilty about something.

Sami: Why would you think that I feel guilty?

Lucas: I don't know. Why don't you tell me? Father Kelly brought up that confession, you wigged out. You didn't want any part of that. Why? What don't you want to tell him? What don't you want to tell me?

Claire: [Crying]

Belle: Shawn, her fever's getting worse.

Shawn D. : It shouldn't be more than an hour before I'm done and we'll be out of here.

Belle: And end up where?

Shawn D. : I don't know, Belle, somewhere. Somewhere where there's a doctor for Claire.

[Thunder crashes]

Belle: Oh, my God. We're crazy. We got to be kidding ourselves.

Shawn D. : Belle, please don't.

Belle: I can't believe that we're gonna get on that stupid excuse of a raft and float out into the middle of a storm. We are crazy. We'll drown, Shawn. You don't even know what you're doing.

Shawn D. : Damn it. You know what? You're right. We might lose. We might drown. But if we don't try, we are gonna lose her for sure. Anything -- anything is better than that. Any storm, any risk, anything. It's not over, Belle. I'm not gonna let it be. I don't care what it takes.

Belle: What can I do to help?

E.J.: Look, Billie, I don't know why you think I have some kind of ulterior motive.

Billie: Oh, please, E.J. or shall I call you Elvis?

E.J.: Oh, I see. My reputation proceeding me again, is it?

Billie: Well, you're no saint.

E.J.: From what I hear, you've been accused of a few indiscretions yourself, young lady.

Billie: Well, I'm still not in your league when it comes to grand felonies.

E.J.: And yet here I stand conviction-free.

Billie: No judgment implied.

E.J.: Thank you.

Billie: No, thank you, Mr. Wells. Thank you for your time and your attention, but I think I'm better off taking my business elsewhere.

E.J.: Billie, wait. You're right. I have not been entirely forthcoming with you.

Lucas: You've always wanted a church wedding. It's the most important thing in your life. You always used to say that.

Sami: That's why I can't do this. Lucas, I come here every Sunday. I go to church every Sunday. I grew up believing in this. I still believe in this.

Lucas: What better place to get married? Why would you want to get married somewhere else?

Sami: Because of all of this.

Lucas: That's not who you are anymore.

Lucas: No, I know you. And I know you've changed. We both have, damn it. That's why we're here so we can be happy, so we can get married. Honey, I don't care about care about my mother. I don't even care about Stan. I don't care about any of that crap that's happened in the past. All I care about is you and me. That's the only thing that so trust me, please. Put trust in who you've become. Just be honest with me, all right?

Sami: Oh, Lucas, I want to, but I can't.

Lucas: So just do it. Say goodbye to the old Sami and hello to the new.

Sami: Don't you know how much -Oh.

Lucas: I can see it's killing you, so tell me what's bothering you.

Sami: Everything! Lucas, everything! I can-- I can't do this. I can't marry you. I can't marry anyone.

Lucas: Wait a minute. Wait a minute.

Lucas: Look at me. You're not gonna leave me. Please don't do this, all right? Don't you leave me, damn it.

Lucas: I'm begging you. And I don't beg a lot, but please don't do this. Don't you hurt me like this.

Sami: Lucas, I don't want to hurt you. I love you. I love you more than you'll ever know.

Lucas: If you love me, why are you walking away from me? Why are you turning your back on me like this?

Sami: Because you deserve better.

Lucas: I don't care what you think I deserve. I want you. That's who I want. I want you to be my wife. I don't blame you for not trusting me. I don't blame you for being afraid, all right? And I'm ashamed of it.

Sami: Of what?

Lucas: The way I've treated you in the past. All the horrible things I've said. I don't blame you for wanting to back down. Made so many mistakes pointing the finger at you. Will standing there the whole time listening.

Sami: No, Lucas, that is not you.

Lucas: That's right. It's not me. 'Cause I'm not gonna do that anymore. I've changed, and so have you. Come on, Sami. We've shed our skin. We've both become better people, really good people to each other. So, please, just let go of everything, all right? I'm here for you.

Sami: You think you know everything, and you don't.

Lucas: I know I want you to be my wife. That's all I need to know.

Sami: How can you want that? How can you want me knowing all that I’ve done?

Lucas: 'Cause I've also seen the good things that you've done. And it blows all the rest of it out of the water.

Nick: Chelsea?

Chelsea: All done. All done.

Nick: And it only took you like 80 choruses.

Chelsea: Who cares how long it took, Nick? Just as long as I got it all right, right?

Nick: Not exactly.

Chelsea: What?

Nick: This is wrong.

Chelsea: Wrong?

Nick: Right.

Chelsea: Man, I seriously don't get this. Am I, like, stupid or something?

Nick: No, of course not. Stop it.

Chelsea: Stop it. That is a fantastic suggestion. I'll just stop it, drop the class, and sign up for something that I'm actually smart enough to take, like breathing 101.

Nick: Chelsea, you're a lot of things and stupid is definitely not one of them. So who cares if you're not good at calculus? You're good at other things, better things, important things, real-life things. That's something that you're really good at. I'm jealous of that.

Chelsea: You're jealous?

Nick: Yes.

Chelsea: You're jealous of me?

Nick: I'm so jealous of the fact that you can manipulate people into doing whatever you want. If you want something to happen, you make it happen. What are you doing?

Chelsea: I am closing my Calculus book.

Nick: But we still have more equations to do.

Chelsea: I was thinking that we could do some other equations. You know, try adding something else up, something that I think we might both be really good at, if we spend some time on the problem together.

E.J.: You called my bluff, as well you should have.

Billie: I'm not quite sure what that means.

E.J.: It means I'm impressed, both yourself and with Century Cell, so in the hopes that it will help you overlook my inappropriate behavior earlier, allow me to offer you this advance so you can see that I'm serious about taking this business forward. I trust the fee was adequate.

Billie: Well, it's -- it's more than adequate. It's --

E.J.: I mean, it's a token. It's a retainer.

Billie: To cushion the blow.

E.J.: First thing's first I'll make you get a good deal for licensing Century Cell with Mythic, assuming the board of directors is half as impressed with your idea as I was. I'm warning you, though --

Billie: Oh, here it comes.

E.J.: Listen, my backing doesn't guarantee anything. These guys are gonna be a tough sell, especially when they come to realize that you really don't have any --

Billie: Wait, I don't have any what?

E.J.: You don't have any testimonials. Your system hasn't been proven yet, you know? A good word will go a long way.

Billie: Right, so I need to get somebody to use the product, somebody that the board will respect.

E.J.: Precisely. Somebody who's prominent, well-respected within the local community. Maybe somebody who's -- someone who's lived with the product, who's willing to give it their stamp of approval. Somebody in real estate, perhaps.

Billie: Or law enforcement.

E.J.: That's an excellent idea. Yes, I think law enforcement would be perfect.

Shawn D.: All right, so, what do you think?

Belle: I think I'm really glad the rain's holding off.

Shawn D.: I know it looks dicey, but we can make this work, belle. I know we can.

Belle: Then I know, too.

Shawn D.: Whatever's out there, we'll have to sail out there and we'll have to find it.

Belle: Okay, then let's do it. Our future's waiting, and whatever that is...

Shawn D.: We'll be together.

Belle: As a family.

E.J.: If we had a signed testimonial praising the system from somebody who worked for the Salem police force, my dear, that would seal the deal with the board.

Billie: Well, I still have friends in the department, like Bo.

E.J.: Good luck with that one. Bo's not very keen on me, considering, you know, I'm the son of --

Billie: Oh, yes -- Stefano. Right. I haven't forgotten, either. Although I can't help but wonder if somehow you're...different. You know, if maybe you're the first DiMera who's actually --

E.J.: Human? [Knock on door] Excuse me. Yes? Scusa, signore. I have news concerning the patient. I'm sorry. This is really not a good time.

Billie: Patient? What patient?

Sami: Lucas, I don't understand you.

Lucas: Listen, I don't care what happens at the wedding, all right? I don't care what goes wrong or who says what, who whispers whatever. That doesn't matter to me. Honey, if you don't want to confess, then don't. That's fine. You don't have to do that. The most important thing is we exchange our vows to each other and before God. Now, you're gonna walk down that aisle, and you're gonna hear those bagpipes play "Amazing Grace" just like you've always wanted. "Amazing Grace." Once you were lost, we both were, and now we're found. That's what we have. That's our love. We have an amazing grace kind of love, all right? It's gonna be okay.

Sami: You're right. You're right, Lucas. We found it, and it is amazing.

Lucas: So, we're gonna get married like we planned?

Sami: But, um...there's one thing I need to ask you to do for me first.

Billie: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm interrupting.

E.J.: Oh, no, no, please. Not at all. Dr. Brutzi just came 'round to tell me about a colleague of mine in Europe who's not very well. The poor fellow doesn't have any family. He has a heart condition, and I offered to take care of some of his medical bills. Uh, Doctor, one moment please.

Billie: Listen, that's okay 'cause we were almost finished anyway, so I'm gonna go talk to Bo.

E.J.: You sure about that?

Billie: Absolutely. He doesn't have to know you're involved. I mean, I'll just tell him it's my project, which it is.

E.J.: Okay. I just don't want you to jeopardize anything.

Billie: I'll handle it, okay?

E.J.: I'll trust your judgment.

Billie: I'll be in touch.

E.J.: Okay. Oh, and, Billie... congratulations. What are you doing just walking in here?

Dr. Brutzi: Signore, your father is at home.

E.J.: So he's recovered? He's back in Italy? How is he doing?

Dr. Brutzi: Well, his will is very strong, but the body is...

E.J.: So what happens now? If he doesn't accept john black's kidney, what are our other options?

Dr. Brutzi: Advances are happening every day now with the stem-cell research, so perhaps we --

E.J.: Stem-cell research. Okay. I understand the possibilities. Look, if you're heading back to Italy...let me give you something to take to my father. Give him this from Elvis.

Dr. Brutzi: A gun, signore?

E.J.: That's not just a gun. That is the gun that shot the Archduke Ferdinand. That gun started the first world war. It ignited a conflict that engulfed the globe. I thought my father would appreciate it, knowing the conflict that he started here is slow in going, the war he started generations ago, the war that I plan to finish for him.

Sami: Lucas, I, um, I think we should invite Kate to the wedding.

Lucas: You what? What are you talking about? You just said -- a few minutes ago, you just said you didn't want anybody in the pews that would pass judgment. What do you think my mom's gonna do? You park her in the first row, she's gonna stare daggers at you.

Sami: You're right, but remember what you said about amazing grace. I mean, we have to keep reminding ourselves of how blessed we are, right?

Lucas: This is my mom we're talking about, Sami.

Sami: There's nothing we're gonna be able to do to change your mom or change what she's thinking while we exchange our vows. But she is family. She's will's grandmother. She's your mother. And I can't spend the rest of my life treating her like the enemy.

Lucas: Even though that's what she is?

Sami: Even then. I think we have to ask her, no matter what she says, even if she turns us down, at least we tried.

Lucas: I think it's overly generous. I don't know. I'm not sure.

Sami: Look, this isn't easy for me, either. But that's what amazing grace is all about. I mean, there's enough for everyone, isn't there? Even Kate.

Nick: We should get back to Calculus, don't you think?

Chelsea: Sure we will, sooner or later. Or maybe very later. But in the meantime, you need to stop nagging because you are sounding worse than my mother. Well, at least how she used to be. You know, for a while, I was worried about her since there hadn't been any sign of that guy.

Nick: What guy?

Chelsea: That guy, remember, that she hooked up with around new year's?

Nick: Oh, right, that guy. We should get back to Calculus, don't you think?

Chelsea: Nick, what is the point? Seriously, like, I'm never gonna use any of this stuff in my real life. And it's not like I'm planning on becoming a nuclear physicist or anything.

Nick: Well, what are you gonna be? I mean, as in a major.

Chelsea: Well, I'm majorly interested in, um...I know. Marrying rich.

Nick: Come on, seriously.

Chelsea: Who says I'm not serious? Okay. History maybe.

Nick: History, that's great. You'll be a history major. You'll get a job at the Smithsonian teaching, like...

Chelsea: Historical things?

Nick: See? You would be great.

Chelsea: You're always complimenting me.

Nick: Should I stop?

Chelsea: No, no, I like it. It's just, um...well, we work together and now you're tutoring me on top of it, and don't you ever worry that you might, like, get sick of me or something? I mean, I am a lot to take.

Nick: Yeah, I never noticed.

Chelsea: Be serious.

Nick: Okay. I don't think I could ever get sick of you, Chelsea.

Shawn D.: It's okay. It's okay, beautiful. Everything's together. We're just gonna have to wait for your mommy to get back. She just went to go get some berries for our trip. When she comes back, we're gonna -- [Thunder crashes] Do you hear that? Scary, isn't it? Once upon a time, there was this little guy. His name was Shawn. You know how old he was when he went on his first boat trip? He was even younger than you are. Yeah, that's why when he's out here on the water, he's at his best. And when he grew up, he took his daughter out for the first time, and you know what? He promised her the same thing that his mommy and daddy promised him. That no matter what happens, we'll always be with you, okay? Nothing's gonna take you away from us -- nothing. Nothing. We're gonna make sure that you feel better. We're gonna get you a doctor. And when we're done, we're gonna get you a real home -- a real home, where you and Mommy can live, all right? We're never gonna have to run again. We're never gonna have to run again. We're gonna be a nice little family, the three of us. Does that sound good? Does that sound good? Does that sound good?

Belle: Hey. This should be enough for the next couple of days, don't you think?

Shawn D. : Yeah, I think we need to get this thing in the water now before we don't have any chance of outrunning the storm. You ready to go?

Belle: Yeah, I'm as ready as I'll ever be, but listen, before we go, there's something that I need to say to you.

Shawn D. : Now?

Belle: I was miserable to you before. And it wasn't the first time that I've been that way since we started all of this, and I'm sorry.

Shawn D. : Belle, it's okay.

Belle: Shawn, I need you to hear me say this, okay? If you hadn't done everything that you would have done, we would have lost Claire to Victor and Philip weeks ago. And that's why whatever we've been through, whatever happens, it's all worth it. All of it -- going to Canada and jumping off that ship and even all of the time that we have shared here. It's -- I'm just grateful for all of it.

Shawn D. : Well, let's try and keep you that way. Here, take Claire. You guys say goodbye to this beach. I'm gonna get this thing in the water before the storm hits any minute.

Belle: Any minute.

Chelsea: Nick.

Nick: Yeah?

Chelsea: You're always serious, right?

Nick: Smart, serious, good with details.

Chelsea: Oh. You're good with the small things?

Nick: That's what they tell me.

Chelsea: So you don't miss a thing?

Nick: 9 times out of 10. Why?

Chelsea: Did you notice that you are stroking my cheek?

Nick: Uh. . .

Chelsea: Nick.

Nick: We should really get back to that calculus, huh? How about that?

Chelsea: Nick.

Nick: Hi.

Chelsea: Hi.

Nick: Hi.

Billie: Okay, Chris. . . here's the list.

Chris: The whole list?

Billie: Yeah, I told you. The programming is fantastic. It just needs a couple of tweaks, but it's got to be flawless, okay?

Chris: It will be. Don't worry. Can't wait to get started.

Billie: Yay! All right, call me when you're done. Yes! [Clears throat] Hi, Bo, it's Billie. Listen, I was wondering if you had a couple minutes that I could just come over and talk to you for a sec? Actually, this isn't about Chelsea. She's doing good. How would you feel if I told you I had a business proposal for you?

Lucas: Well, you're a pain in the butt when you're right, but I'll do it. You want to come with me?

Sami: Um, no. I think this is something you should do alone. But I will see you at home later, okay?

Lucas: All right. Oh, and, Brady?

Sami: Yeah?

Lucas: Just figured I'd use it one last time while I still could, you know, before the big change, Mrs. Roberts. See you at home, okay?

Sami: Home. I know I'm supposed to wait until next week to talk to Father Kelly, but. . . I mean, this is a good head start. This is what really matters, right? This is what counts. So, here it goes. True confessions by Samantha Brady. Okay, so I lied. I mean, obviously you know that, and it's certainly nothing new. But it's different this time. Because I didn't lie to hurt someone, and I didn't lie to cause trouble. I was lying to save someone. And, um, someone that loves me very much. But if Lucas knew that I let E.J. have sex with me. . . I don't think he would understand. I mean, I -- I don't think that Lucas would believe that the one and only reason that I let him. . . do what he did was because I was trying to save him. But I did. I saved Lucas. So, the truth is, if I had to do it all over again. . . no matter how much I hated it and E.J. and myself. . . I would do it. I would do anything to save Lucas. But that's done and it's over. And now Lucas and I have a fresh start. I mean, it's a new Sami and a new Lucas and a new life. And we have a beautiful future ahead of us, so please don't let Lucas find out what happened. Please don't. Please don't let him find out. And, um. . . one more thing and then I promise I won't ever ask for anything as long as I live. Please, please, God, please. . . please don't let this baby be E.J.'s. Don't let E.J. be the father of this baby.

E.J.: Oh, Samantha.


Sami: E.J., how long have you --

E.J.: You know, it may be true. Only God can make trees. But I tell you what he can't do. He can't unravel DNA. What? Keep praying. I think it's gonna work out for you, personally. You know what they say? Confession, you know, is good for the soul.

Lucas: Sami wanted me to give you this. It's an invitation to our wedding. Now who looks surprised?

Nick: If you want to hit me, that's fine. Go ahead. Give me your best shot because I deserve it.

Billie: No hard feelings, okay?

Bo: It's not hard feelings. I'm worried about your life.

E.J.: I'm not asking you. I'm gonna take my child whether you like it or not.

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