Days of Our Lives Transcript Thursday 4/5/07 - Canada; Friday 4/6/07 - U.S.A.


Provided By Glynis & Eric
Proofread By Niki

Celeste: Abraham, we forgot to make a toast.

Abe: [Chuckles] You know, it's been so long since I've been out with a beautiful woman. To a remarkable friend.

Celeste: Mmm. Now, this isn't so bad, is it?

Abe: No, it's good to be out. You know, uh, for the last few months, you've been my strength.

Celeste: Abraham...

Abe: No, I mean it. I lost my job, my eyesight, Lexie. I don't know what I would have done if you hadn't offered to move in. You've been a Godsend to me and to Theo.

Celeste: I see so much of Alexandra in that little boy -- her smile, her wonderful heart. You know, Abraham, it's been great being a part of a family again -- feeling safe and needed, you know? We've been there for each other to kind of fill in the empty spaces, as best we can, yes?

Kate: Abe, how you doing? Celeste, I want to talk to you.

Celeste: I can't imagine what we have to discuss, Kate.

Kate: Oh, I want to discuss you and Sami. I want to know what the hell is going on with the two of you.

Lucas: Insane. Come on.

Billie: Insane? Well, there's a lot of that going around. What's up?

Lucas: I'm stressed out. That's what's up, all right? Sami's put a "condemned" sign on our future, and mom's in my face again.

Billie: Oh, well, tell me something new.

Lucas: And it's E.J. with this P.R. budget for the second quarter. It totally defies logic. Nothing makes sense.

Billie: Sounds like you got the prewedding jitters. You'll get over it.

Lucas: I don't know about that. It's just with E.J. in my face all the time, it's really getting to me.

Billie: Well, it's really hard to avoid a guy that you work for.

Lucas: What bothers me about him is the way he works himself into my family, you know? He's partners with mom. You -- you're going into business with him for the home-security systems. And Sami -- he won't leave Sami alone. It's ridiculous.

Billie: What do you mean?

Lucas: He's always showing up. He's always with her. Every time I turn around, he's making her feel uncomfortable. He calls 10 times a day, comes over unannounced. It's ridiculous. And then every time they have their little whatever -- after that, she's all doom and gloom about the wedding. She's crying all the time.

Billie: Lucas, she's pregnant. Crying is part of the package.

Lucas: I don't think so. I don't think it's hormones. I think E.J.'s really got her freaked out.

Billie: I think that you are giving him way too much credit.

Lucas: And you're defending the guy who's tearing up my family. Thanks a lot, Billie.

Sami: E.J. -- E.J., I can't breathe.

E.J.: We'll come up for air once I'm satisfied that you belong to me. It is what we agreed, right?

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

Abe: Kate, if you don't mind, we're about to enjoy our meal.

Kate: I don't mind. I've already eaten. Actually, I have something to say that I think you're going to find very interesting.

Abe: Kate, look --

Kate: No, no, no, no. Actually, it's so convenient for me that the two of you are here together.

Celeste: You've been drinking, yes, Kate?

Kate: Copiously. But, still, my senses haven't been dulled so much that I can't sense a conspiracy when it's right in front of my face, and that would involve you and dear, sweet Sami -- the oddest odd couple in Salem, I would say. You know, I find it kind of strange. After all the things that Sami did to Lexie, you would think that her mother wouldn't have anything to do with her, and yet there they are, thick as thieves. It makes you wonder, doesn't it?

Abe: No. As a matter of fact, it doesn't.

Kate: Oh, come on. You're not even the slightest bit curious?

Abe: Not in the least.

Kate: Oh. You know, I think she's put a spell on you. But she can't fool me. No. No. I know something's going on. I know the little blonde and Celeste are cooking up a scheme, and the problem is my son is smack in the middle of it. I really don't care what you're doing. I don't care. I just need to know that it's going on, because I need to stop my son from making the biggest mistake of his life.

Lucas: These are the budget reports for last year.

Billie: Listen, would you stop with the budget and the boxes and just talk to me?

Lucas: I don't want to talk anymore. I'm sick of it, or, in mom's case, I'm sick of getting my ears chewed off.

Billie: No mama lion was ever more ferocious.

Lucas: Except when she's using Sami as her scratching post.

Billie: "Marry Sami, and she'll break your heart."

Lucas: Yeah, it's that, only with a new twist. People around town don't even think this wedding's gonna go off.

Billie: What people?

Lucas: E.J. People -- that's who.

Billie: Oh, come on. And you believe her?

Lucas: Look, E.J.'s laying money. He's laying odds that Sami's gonna pull a runaway bride.

Billie: Listen. This is your fault for believing this stuff, for listening to this. If this wedding gets screwed up, then it's your fault for believing in that trash.

Lucas: You know what? I don't know what to do. I mean, he's up to something. I know he's up to something. I just don't know what it is.

Billie: Like what?

Lucas: I don't know. He's evil. His whole family's evil. That's what they do, and it's got Sami freaked out.

Billie: Did she say that to you?

Lucas: Look, he brings out every fear and insecurity she has about our future together, about our wedding, about our happiness, about everything.

Billie: All right. Listen to me. Once this wedding goes off without a hitch and Sami realizes the sky didn't fall, she will end up happily married to one of my favorite, favorite brothers.

Lucas: One of your favorite brothers -- that's it?

Billie: Yeah. It depends on which one I'm talking to at the moment.

Lucas: Ha ha ha.

Billie: Ha ha ha. Here's something here. Is this what you're looking for? Look.

Lucas: Yeah. That's exactly what I'm looking for. It's the chief financial reports for the budget last year. This doesn't make sense.

Billie: What?

Lucas: The numbers -- they're all off. They don't match.

Billie: So go talk to the guy.

Lucas: There's only one problem. The Chief Financial Officer is E.J. Wells.

E.J.: Hey, what's wrong?

Sami: I just don't want Lucas to walk in on us.

E.J.: Let him, Samantha. The guy's gonna find out eventually.

Sami: Yeah, well, it's someone I care about.

E.J.: And yet here you are in my arms, hmm?

Sami: I think there's a way to do this without being cruel.

E.J.: Okay, but sooner rather than later, you do understand?

Sami: I have to tell him that I'm carrying your baby, yes.

E.J.: It's gonna hurt a lot less if you do it quick, clean, fast.

Sami: We're gonna do this my way, E.J. You owe me that.

E.J.: I would reconsider that last statement if I were you.

Sami: E.J., please be fair.

E.J.: Fair? No, I'm sorry, Samantha. Let me explain something to you. Nothing is happening your way, on your terms, or in your time. I'm calling the shots here.

Sami: Wow. That is so charming. Is that really how you talk to people that you care about?

E.J.: I do care about you, but I don't trust you, sweetheart. I don't trust you at all, so let me explain exactly how this is going to work, okay? You have 24 hours to tell Lucas --

Sami: 24 hours?!

E.J.: 24 hours to tell Lucas that the wedding is off, that the baby is mine.

Sami: That is impossible!

E.J.: You'll make it happen. After that... you're gonna meet me at that old cabin. Remember the rustic little thing? Beams falling, Lucas trapped, poor little you, no adrenaline left to save him.

Sami: Yeah. Why do you want to meet me at the cabin?

E.J.: Because if you don't meet me at the cabin... I'm gonna summon Lucas up there and I'm gonna give him a play-by-play of exactly what happened that evening -- how I was the guy -- the unsung hero -- that saved his life. And then, of course, I'll have to tell him exactly what I was doing there and why I did it, and then, sadly, I'll have to give away one of our last secrets. Remember? The one about you and me -- our little rendezvous under the dashboard lights. So, now that we've made that clear, do we understand each other, sweetheart?

Sami: Wow, there is nothing that screams romance quite like an ultimatum.

E.J.: I'm just taking away the decision, Samantha. You see, I'm always thinking of you.

Sami: Your kindness is overwhelming, E.J. So, we're gonna meet tomorrow night at the cabin, 9:00? Then what?

E.J.: After you tell Lucas he's not the daddy, then we're gonna take a wonderful little trip to Las Vegas on my jet.

Sami: Las Vegas?

E.J.: Yes. We're gonna take a little visit to a chapel on the strip.

Sami: A wedding chapel?

E.J.: A wedding chapel. You get to promise to love, honor, and obey.

Sami: Huh. Well, it's too bad that isn't part of the ceremony anymore.

E.J.: Well, it's too bad that I'm a bit of a traditionalist, Samantha, so we're gonna bring that back in.

Sami: I just didn't realize you were thinking along the lines of marriage.

E.J.: You don't think that I'll be a doting husband?

Sami: I guess I just didn't realize that's where we were headed. And Las Vegas, of all places. That doesn't seem your style.

E.J.: I'm full of surprises. Anyway, it will be out with Lucas and in with E.J. -- That is, assuming that you're serious about your feelings.

Sami: Of course I am. I just thought maybe I could use a little breathing room.

E.J.: Well, I'm sorry. Time's a luxury I cannot afFord.

Sami: I don't understand.

E.J.: Well, it occurred to me as I was thinking about it, there is another benefit to reciting marriage vows -- another tradition -- one I particularly like. That is the one that says that a wife cannot testify against her husband.

Sami: E.J., you have to know that I wouldn't testify against you.

E.J.: Of course not. How silly. Another advantage would be that Lucas would have no claim to the child when it was born. It makes things so much simpler, don't you think?

Lucas: Right there. There's another one right there.

Billie: So the budget numbers don't crunch?

Lucas: No, they don't. It's subtle. All he's doing is moving a decimal point here and there, maybe transferring funds from place to place.

Billie: E.J. is too smart to leave a paper trail.

Lucas: Even smart people make mistakes, especially ones with big-ass egos like he has.

Billie: You are claiming what?

Lucas: I'm not claiming anything. It's perfectly clear. He's cooking the books.

Billie: I thought business was good.

Lucas: Business is good.

Billie: Where's the money?

Lucas: I don't know where the money is. It could be it Switzerland or the Caymans. It could be in his mattress.

Billie: This is just great. You are accusing my business partner of being a thief.

Lucas: He's fudging with the quarterly earnings. He's messing with Mythic's overhead.

Billie: What do you mean?

Lucas: He's skimming off the top. If the board catches wind of this, he's done. He'll go to jail for God knows what for a long time.

Billie: This isn't funny.

Lucas: Listen to me. The Salem P.D., the FBI -- no one's been able to pin a thing on this guy. But it looks like I got him now. This is real sweet for me. He's going down.

Billie: There's just one problem, bro -- I'm not gonna let you take him down.

Kate: Did you know that Celeste crashed Sami's wedding shower and then E.J. caught them together at the Penthouse Grill? Their heads were together. They were whispering, sharing secrets. No, no, no. Something's happening, and I'm not leaving here until I find out exactly what it is.

Celeste: Will you shut up, Kate? Listen to me now, all right? First you accuse me of disrespecting my daughter's memory because of a few conversations I've had with Samantha. Then you shame your own son by not trusting him to know his own heart.

Kate: Oh, my God. Don't put this back on me.

Celeste: It is about you, Kate. You see, it's always about you -- your pettiness and your jealousies.

Abe: Why don't we all just calm down, hmm?

Celeste: I am perfectly calm, Abraham.

Kate: Oh, so am I.

Abe: Well, good, good. Celeste, have you done anything that would make Kate believe... whatever it is she believes?

Kate: I believe that she's a liar, okay?

Abe: Calmly. Calmly.

Kate: And she knows I'm right.

Celeste: You're right about one thing, Kate. I have run into Samantha on occasions, and, yes, darling, we have talked...

Kate: You see?

Celeste: ...About a lot of things, darling, including how useless it is to hold on to grudges and feuds, some of which we no longer even remember the reasons for. So I asked for and I received a truce from Samantha. I'm so sorry to disappoint you, but, darling, that's really all there is to it.

Kate: That's a crock.

Abe: I'm warning you, Kate.

Kate: I think what your secret is, is what really happened that night -- the night that Sami claims to have saved Lucas' life.

Abe: Are we now back to your potshot theory that someone else saved your son's life?

Kate: Sami had help that night. Lucas was unconscious, so he doesn't remember, but someone helped her move that beam off his leg, Abe.

Abe: And you don't have any proof. I just want to get the check and get the hell out of here.

Celeste: You know, Kate, you have a remarkable ability to ruin a perfectly lovely day.

Kate: Oh, my God. Sami had help, and the reason she could take credit for it is that the person wanted to remain anonymous. And somehow Celeste found out about that, and she's keeping it from everyone, and she's keeping it from you. Go ahead. If you want to believe that "let bygones be bygones" speech, believe it, but you're a cop. You've been around. You have instincts, and I sure as hell would like to know what your instinct is about what's going on right now.

Lucas: Look, all I'm saying is if he's embezzling, then --

Billie: "If." "If." That's a big "if."

Lucas: He's the only one. He's the only one who controls the books.

Billie: E.J. is way too smart to leave evidence lying around in the office.

Lucas: He doesn't think people are gonna check up on him. That's his problem.

Billie: No. The problem is you hate him.

Lucas: What about you? You're going into business with the guy, right? That's why you don't want me to bust him -- you're afraid you're gonna lose your opportunity?

Billie: That is so not true.

Lucas: It's personal. It is personal for both of us. E.J.'s been involved in our lives way too long.

Billie: What are you doing?

Lucas: These are 2006 financial records. I'm gonna take them to my home computer, load them up. Then I'll bring them back here before they notice they're gone.

Billie: Then what?

Lucas: If I'm right and he is dirty, he'll know what it feels like to be ground into a fine powder and blowing in the wind.

Billie: Then you have to be willing to do the same thing to mom. Come on. If E.J. is dirty, he's gonna take mom right down with him, and she has worked so hard for this. She could go to jail, Lucas. Listen to me. I know that you've got it out for E.J. And you think that I am being selfish, but you cannot want jail for your own mother.

Lucas: Fine. What do you want me to do about it?

Billie: Nothing. Just let it go.

Sami: I have to be honest with you, E.J. this is not easy for me. I wish I could turn off my feelings for you because this is hurting Lucas and this is breaking up my family. I guess I just can't seem to stop wanting you.

E.J.: What man would not want to hear those words... and from such a desirable woman, so very skilled in the art of seduction?

Sami: You either believe me or you don't.

E.J.: I don't think it's any secret how I feel about you. I've taken too many bloody risks because of you.

Sami: And you think I haven't? The question just becomes... is it worth it?

E.J.: My father sent me here to do his bidding, fulfill my birthright, destroy the Brady family. Then I meet you -- this beautiful woman. I fall hard and fast. You got right in my way, Samantha. You upset all of my plans. You caused me to lose sight of my goals. You caused me to disappoint my father, which is something I never do... though maybe now I'm making up for it a little bit, eh?

Sami: What, by marrying me?

E.J.: No. By presenting to my father the next generation of DiMera... and by having on my arm the most beautiful of the Brady women... looking with devotion into my eyes.

Sami: You mean that, don't you?

E.J.: I wish that you had come to me in the beginning and you had told me that you knew the child was mine. I would have embraced you, Samantha. I would have embraced you with my love. I would have embraced you with my trust.

Sami: And now?

E.J.: Now... I have to extort that from you. Your choice. You either accept me or you deny me. And if you deny me... you will lose everything. You will lose Lucas. You will lose your family. And, regrettably, you will lose that baby.

Sami: You wouldn't, E.J.

E.J.: I think you know me well enough, Samantha. If you're not gonna be my wife, then I'm not gonna let you be a mother to this child.

Abe: You want to know what my instincts are telling me? They're telling me I've known this woman for a long time, and if she says there's nothing to this conspiracy theory of yours, I'm gonna believe her.

Kate: Even if it goes against all common sense?

Celeste: Your version, not anyone else's.

Abe: Let's play in your ball park.

Celeste: Oh, that's a scary thought.

Abe: Just for the sake of argument, let's say that Sami didn't save Lucas' life.

Kate: Well, she didn't.

Abe: And how would Celeste know anything about that?

Kate: Sami told her.

Abe: Why?

Kate: I don't know why. Sami either told her or she find out some other way.

Celeste: How could I? I was nowhere near the cabin that night.

Kate: Oh, gee, I don't know. Maybe Lexie told you.

Celeste: She didn't.

Kate: According to you.

Celeste: Why would I protect Samantha, Kate? You said yourself, we're hardly confidantes.

Kate: I don't know. Why?

Celeste: Darling, do you know anything?

Abe: You know, that's a very good question, Kate.

Kate: Okay, fine. Fine! I give up! I get it. You don't want to hear anything I have to say, although I don't even know why I'm surprised. You spent all those years with Lexie, believing in her, until you threw her out of the house for cheating on you.

Abe: How dare you? How dare you come barging in here and you level accusations with no proof?! And you act like you're so concerned about Sami and her relationship with E.J. when you're sleeping with that bastard. You know, you just have this twisted morality here -- your self-importance -- and you think that gives you a right to judge anybody?!

Sami: I get why you don't trust me, E.J.

E.J.: Do you really?

Sami: Well, I set you up with the police. I tried to bring you down. I mean, part of me doesn't even understand why you still want me.

E.J.: You're not half as surprised as I am.

Sami: I guess it's complicated.

E.J.: Most things of value usually are.

Sami: Well, the truth is, I wanted you, but I hated myself for wanting you, too. Does that make sense?

E.J.: In your devious mind, probably. Personally, me -- I'm a little bit more pragmatic. I like to know what I'm getting before I open the package.

Sami: What you're getting is me -- all of me. But trust cuts both ways. That's the only way it works. I have to be able to trust that you will honor my role as this child's mother and that you won't take it from me as soon as it's born and keep me out of his life.

E.J.: It's a vow I will happily keep. I'm looking forward to all of our vows. Samantha, come. I, uh... I imagine a future for us where... we're in our home. We're in our bed. And we're lying there with our child between the two of us. And you take my hand and you look into my eyes and you tell me...everything that I've ever wanted to hear... which is that no part of you regrets loving me. I've wanted you, Samantha, since that night on the mountain when we created our child. Let me make love to you.

Kate: Gee, Abe, looks like I've offended you.

Abe: You offended me the minute you sat down. You offended me by going after the likes of Celeste and Sami Brady when your partner -- your bedmate -- is a stone-cold killer.

Kate: That's not true.

Abe: Well, according to the feds and every police officer in Salem, it is true, only we don't have any proof, just like you don't have any proof of this bull you've been flinging around for the last half-hour. You know, the whole world knows who and what E.J. Wells is, except for those people making a living off of him, and you're right at the top of that list.

Kate: You know, when the police wanted information on E.J., they asked me to help them, and I did. John asked me to search his apartment. I did that, too. I'm the one who put my life on the line. Do I get any credit for that, Abe?

Abe: Yeah. Yeah. You get credit for being a terrier -- a dog with a bone. Kate, until you have rock-solid proof of a conspiracy between Celeste and Sami Brady, I don't want to hear another word.

Kate: You know, I know we're not exactly friends --

Abe: No, no, no, no. We are not friends. I care nothing about you. But Celeste -- Celeste is family. She's a second mother to my son. She takes care of both of us. So if you can't respect that, then you can go straight to hell.

Sami: [Exhales sharply]

E.J.: Hey.

Sami: Hmm?

E.J.: Relax. Let me make love to you. [Knock on door]

Sami: Who is it?

Lucas: It's me, Sami. Open the door. My hands are full.

E.J.: Ignore him.

Sami: What are you talking about? You gave me a 24-hour deadline. We made a deal. I will meet you at that cabin at 9:00, right?

Lucas: Come on! My arms are falling off out here!

E.J.: Hey, still gonna be my wife?

Sami: Of course I am. But let me handle Lucas, okay? It'll just make everything so much easier. Please?

Lucas: I got my key. I just can't reach it.

E.J.: Okay.

Sami: I'm coming. Oh, my God. What's going on?

Lucas: I got a new tux. My last one -- I had to cut it because of my cast. What the hell took you so long?

Sami: Uh, I was in the bathroom. Sorry.

Lucas: That's all right. Look -- I got a brand-new tux made out of organic hemp for our green wedding, which is kind of driving me nuts right now. It's actually nice, though. Check it out.

Sami: Oh, no. Um, I shouldn't look at it.

Lucas: Why?

Sami: I think it's bad luck for the bride to see the tuxedo before the wedding day.

Lucas: Where the hell did you hear that? It's bad luck for the bride to see the groom.

Sami: I know, but I think we better be safe than sorry, right? We don't want to anger the wedding Gods.

Lucas: You're serious, aren't you?

Sami: I know. Just humor me. Let's just get all this stuff in the closet. Can you get it all?

Lucas: Yeah, I got it, but you're weird, you know that?

Sami: That's part of my charm, right?

Lucas: Yes, it is. It's why I love you. Ow. Ow.

Sami: Are you all right?

Lucas: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

E.J.: I think someone's about to have his heart broken. I almost feel sorry for the poor bastard.

Sami: E.J., you have to go. I have to talk to Lucas, and I can't do that with you breathing down my neck.

E.J.: You do have a lovely neck, don't you? It would be such a shame if you were to let me down, sweetheart. Such a shame.

Sami: E.J., I'm not gonna let you down. I will be at the cabin tomorrow night at 9:00, I promise. Now go.

E.J.: Don't you be late. You know what happens if you're late?

Sami: I know. You'll call Lucas.

E.J.: No, sweetheart. I will do more than just call Lucas. I will say to Lucas and the world that you and I were in it together -- that we intended to kill Lucas with that beam, that you and I were gonna run away to Mexico. So not only is he gonna be completely destroyed, you need to think long and hard about how your family's gonna feel.

Sami: I understand. I understand. Just go. I'll see you tomorrow night. Please.

Lucas: Sami, I can't find my dress shoes.

Sami: Go.

Lucas: Who was at the door?

Sami: Some kids selling magazine subscriptions.

Lucas: Oh, I hate that.

Sami: I know.

Lucas: Where's my dress shoes?

Sami: They're not in the closet?

Lucas: No, they're not, and I could have bought new ones, but I didn't want to. Those were just broken in -- just right. I didn't want to mess with it. All right. Look, I'm sorry, all right? I don't need perfect dress shoes to marry you. I could marry you barefoot, naked.

Sami: [Laughs]

Lucas: Barefoot and pregnant. I just want us to be husband and wife. That's the only thing that matters to me.

Sami: Oh, Lucas.

E.J.: Billie. Hey. Where have you been keeping yourself?

Billie: Uh, I've been around.

E.J.: Oh, tell me something. Did you get a chance to repitch Bo on the idea of installing Century Cell in home?

Billie: No, E.J. The timing hasn't been right.

E.J.: He was just the victim of a house invasion. His jewelry was stolen. The house was almost burnt down. I can't think of a better time for him to install a home-security system.

Billie: What do you want me to say to him, E.J.? "Gee, Bo. It's too bad you didn't take me up on my offer while you had the chance. There's a reason they say it's better to be safe than sorry. But guess what. I just happen to have a home-security system just ready to be installed. And you don't want to make the same mistake twice."

E.J.: I'd ease up on the sarcasm and the hard sell if I were you.

Billie: I'm sorry, but Bo is a friend of mine, not to mention my daughter's father, and I will not play him like a trick. I got out of that business a long time ago.

Kate: Well, despite everything you just said, I like you, Abe. I always have. So I'm gonna take everything that you just dished out.

Abe: You brought it on yourself, Kate.

Kate: I know. I usually do. But sooner or later, you're going to find out that I was right. And knowing how you care about the safety of your family, I strongly advise you to watch this woman like a hawk. Good night.

Celeste: What is it, Abraham?

Abe: Nothing.

Celeste: I'm psychic, remember? You're apprehensive about something.

Abe: Okay. You're right. Let's just forget about Kate and everything she said. It's just you and me now. So, is there something you want to tell me -- something you've been afraid to share? Now's the time.

Celeste: Abraham, are you telling me you believe all that nonsense?

Abe: No, I've just noticed you've been a little distracted lately, and I do find it odd that you've been spending time with Sami Brady.

Celeste: Darling, the truth is Samantha and I really are trying to heal old wounds.

Abe: Well, I hope that's all it is. You know, Sami has a long history of causing trouble and a nasty habit of dragging other people down with her, and you're too important to me to get sucked into one of Sami's messes.

Celeste: You don't have to worry about me, Abraham.

Abe: Well, as a lifelong police officer, worry comes second nature. Whatever the truth is, be careful -- for my sake and for Theo's. We need you.

Celeste: All right. I'll be careful.

Abe: Okay. Let's just live a little large and have a couple glasses of champagne, huh?

Celeste: Yes. Why not?

Abe: Okay. I'll be right back.

Celeste: All right.

E.J.: Billie, if you really want to succeed in the business world, you need to develop more of a killer instinct.

Billie: So that's what you want me to do? You want me to win at any price, any cost, just to get the deal?

E.J.: The guy just had his house broken into. He's a perfect candidate for Century Cell. To be honest, I thought more of you. You dropped the ball.

Billie: Well, to be honest, I don't give a damn what you think, because right now I have a daughter who is very fragile, I have a mother and a brother who are at each other's throats, and I don't have time to listen to a seminar from you on how to succeed in business by lying, cheating, or stealing.

E.J.: Okay.

Billie: And if I am such a disappointment to you, I will take my business elsewhere.

E.J.: I see.

Billie: Good, because I'm serious.

E.J.: So am I. So, why don't you tell me -- has something changed in the way in which you view me?

Billie: No. No. No. Why would you think that?

E.J.: Well, call it a bit of a dual purpose -- a bit of a gift, a bit of a curse. I get to read between the lines. Why don't you tell me what brought this on, Billie? Why is it suddenly that you now want to dissolve our partnership?

Billie: I've just had a really bad day.

E.J.: Well, why don't you come inside? We'll have a cup of coffee.

Billie: That's okay. I really just want to be by myself right now, okay?

E.J.: You sure about that?

Billie: Yeah. It's nothing a good, hot soak in the tub won't cure.

Lucas: Mmm. Ooh, yeah.

Sami: Honey...

Lucas: What? What? I was just getting started.

Sami: I know, but my mom always used to say we can't start what we're not gonna finish, right?

Lucas: Yeah, right, well, I got nothing but time. Ooh.

Sami: No. Wait. Lucas, we have to stop, or else you're never gonna find your shoes.

Lucas: I don't care about the shoes. What I'm thinking, I don't need any shoes. I don't clothes at all.

Sami: Wait a second.

Lucas: What?

Sami: I promise we'll pick up where we left off in a little bit, but right now you got to find those shoes, okay?

Lucas: All right. You win. You call the wedding planner, all right?

Sami: The wedding planner? Why?

Lucas: Ha! You forgot, didn't you? Yeah, you did. I thought guys were only supposed to forget about things like that. Tomorrow night we got to take pictures for the wedding announcements.

Sami: Oh. God, I don't know where my mind has been. What time?

Lucas: I think it's 6:00, but you better double-check, okay? Hurry up. Mmm.

Sami: [Chuckling] Okay, I'm coming. Yeah, it's me -- Sami. I have to talk to you about the plan regarding E.J. I'm in.

Kate: The person that you're angry at is not E.J. It's Sami.

Philip: I'm not scared of you.

E.J.: Something we have in common.

Philip: As is finding Shawn.

Steve: Find someone who won't put you at risk.

Kayla: Love is risk.

Celeste: One match, and the world will be rid of Elvis DiMera's evil.

Sami: After that, I'll have E.J.'s blood on my hands, and I'll be guilty of murder.

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