Days of Our Lives Transcript
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Chad: Home, sweet home.
Gwen: Leave me alone!
Abigail: Leave you alone? I want you and that baby out of my life for good!
Julie: So tell me, who is this?
Doug: Sweet abigail.
Julie: And this.
Doug: Bonnie raitt, the blues singer.
[Laughs] I-I’m joking. Honey, that’s maggie, of course. But there is a resemblance, don’t you think?
Julie: Well, yes, and we love them both. But doug, there’s a time for humor. This isn’t it.
Doug: Well, I think we have tested my memory enough for one morning.
Julie: Darling, I’m sorry. I know this is tedious. It’s–it’s just that I’m so worried about you.
Doug: I know, sweetheart. I know. I wish I could explain my recent behavior, but I honestly don’t know what’s come over me.
Julie: Well, kayla will be here soon, and hopefully kayla will have some answers.
Roman: All right. One chai latte.
Kayla: Thank you very much.
Roman: You know, I checked on doug last night. Julie said they, uh, took him in for some tests.
Kayla: Yeah. I’m headed over to get the results right now and take them over to them.
Roman: Okay, well, I hope it’s good news.
Kayla: Yeah. We’ll see you.
Roman: Okay, good to see you, sis.
Lucas: Hello. Great.
Kate: For you.
Roman: You know, most people don’t bring food into a restaurant.
Kate: Okay, well, this isn’t just food. We stopped by sweet bits, and we picked up some apple cider doughnuts, freshly made by your granddaughter.
Roman: Oh, oh, man.
Lucas: I know, I know.
Roman: What a great way to start the day.
Kate: I know, seriously. Allie and chanel, I’m telling you, they’re gonna give you some competition. They had a line out the door.
Roman: You must be very proud of her.
Lucas: I am, I am, yeah. I just wish that sami was here to help, you know, celebrate allie’s success. Have you, uh, have you heard from her?
Roman: Not a peep. I’m thinking sami is licking her wounds after her marriage to ej fell apart.
Ej: Guess what today is.
Johnny: [Sighs] Do I have to?
Ej: Take your son to work day.
Johnny: You sure it’s not groundhog day? ‘Cause I feel like we keep having this convo over and over.
Ej: I don’t know what you mean.
Johnny: Well, you say, “son, I want you to work for dimera,” and then I say, “dad, I’m following my dreams and making a movie.” Then you do your huffy-stuffy british thing and stomp out, only to return, act like nothing ever happened, and start the whole conversation over again.
Ej: Mm. Perhaps I’m hoping you’ll eventually come to your senses.
Johnny: My senses are just fine, dad. And I’m all in on making this film.
Ej: You’re not still planning to make the movie about your mother, are you?
Johnny: That is exactly what I’m doing.
John: I cannot get over how incredible allie’s doughnuts are. And I want to thank you for saving me one.
Marlena: Hey, that wasn’t easy, you know.
John: Well, it was nice of paulina to bring you some. Mmm, mmm.
Marlena: It was, yes, it was.
John: Pretty ambitious kids, huh? Allie’s got her bakery going, johnny wants to make a movie.
Marlena: Yes, well, he’s gonna have to raise some money for that.
John: Yeah, yeah, yeah. He said he was eyeballing us to invest.
Marlena: He’s trying to charm his way into my pocketbook.
John: Any idea what the film’s about?
Marlena: Uh, yeah it’s about, uh, it’s about sami.
John: Excuse me?
Marlena: It’s about sami. Johnny feels he wants to work on something that he’s personally close to. I suggested he talk to will, because of course will, you know, is familiar with show business, and turns out that johnny is now going to direct the script that will wrote.
John: “Sami brady story.”
Marlena: Yes, that one.
John: Yeah, mm-hmm.
Marlena: You have some feelings about that?
John: Yeah. I think it’s really a terrible idea.
Male announcer: Like sands through the hourglass, so are the “days of our lives.”
Ej: You’re making a movie based on will’s old script.
Johnny: Why not?
Ej: Well, for one thing, it’s already been rejected by several studios.
Johnny: Some tweaking, fresh vision.
Ej: What about exploiting your family?
Johnny: Hardly. Mom collaborated with will. Obviously she didn’t object.
Ej: What if I object?
Johnny: Well, I could always write you out. It’s not like you’re vital to the story.
Ej: How could I not be? I was the love of your mother’s life.
Johnny: Really? ‘Cause from what I’ve read, I’d say that title belongs to lucas.
Marlena: Look, are you concerned about the money? I know it’s a risky investment.
John: No, no, no, no, no. I’m not worried about that. I’m more concerned about– well, I’m more concerned about just dredging up the past and putting it out there for the whole world to see.
Marlena: What do you mean?
John: Well, doc, I’m guessing that there’s probably one significant moment in sami’s history that’s gonna be in that film, something that she witnessed, that unfortunately changed her life forever.
Marlena: Oh, that.
John: Oh, that.
[ “The addams family” theme playing ]
Kayla: How are you feeling today, doug?
Doug: Just fine.
Kayla: No further incidents?
Doug: You mean, have i grabbed anybody’s behind besides my wife’s? No.
Doug: I’m so embarrassed. I-I don’t understand why I did that.
Julie: Well, that’s why kayla’s here.
Julie: To give us some answers, and I understand that you have the results of the mri now.
Kayla: Yes, I do. Um, we looked for structural changes in the brain, damage that could have been caused by a stroke. We also looked for shrinkage in the cortex or decreased volume in his hippocampus. Either one of those would show signs of early alzheimer’S.
Julie: Well, what did you find?
Marlena: I don’t think that johnny is going to portray how his mother found out we were having an affair.
[Sighs] That moment of betrayal was the catalyst that drove sami’s actions for years. I don’t see how johnny tells her story without that context.
Marlena: I suppose you’re right. But listen, the thing is that, you know, what happened between us really is no secret. And look, I’m not proud of it, but I’ve adjusted to it.
John: So have I. But what about roman, hmm? I mean, I’m not so sure that he would appreciate being reminded of a very painful time in his life.
Marlena: And don’t you think that johnny is gonna run that past his grandfather?
John: I don’t know.
Marlena: Well, I don’t think that roman really would mind. You know, look, we’re all good friends now. I think roman has moved on with his life.
Roman: All right. Glad you’re still here.
Kate: So did you get those doughnuts put away all safe and sound so no one can get at them?
Roman: Yes, I did, why?
Kate: Um, and did you maybe have one yourself?
Roman: How can you tell?
Kate: [Laughs] Uh, powdered sugar. Dead giveaway.
Roman: [Laughs] Right here? Right there?
Kate: No, not right there. Let-let me help you. Uh, no–don’t–that– there you go. There you go. That is perfect.
Roman: Well, thank you, ma’am.
Roman: You, me, and doughnuts, man. Remember how our wedding cake got ruined?
Kate: Oh, my gosh. Seriously, the salem stalker made it look like the cake was oozing blood.
Lucas: Oh, yeah, I remember that, good times.
Roman: Yeah, and then alice saved the day by providing that tower of doughnuts.
Kate: You know, it was really such a beautiful reception. It was. Until the groom appeared to be killed.
Lucas: We need one normal wedding in salem, just once. Please.
Roman: I ended up on the island of melaswen. Not exactly the honeymoon getaway I was expecting.
Kate: Yeah, well you and victor didn’t enjoy those romantic walks by the–by the beach?
Roman: You know, victor didn’t exactly fill out a sarong the way you did.
Kate: Oh, wow.
Roman: And still do.
Kate: Thank you.
Roman: You know what, i need to get back to the kitchen. Good to see you both.
Lucas: All right. What was that?
Lucas: That-that whole thing.
Kate: What-what whole thing?
Lucas: Don’t-don’t do that. Don’t be coy with me. Tell me the truth. You two hooking up again?
Ej: That’s absurd. Lucas is not the great love of samantha’s life.
Johnny: Maybe you should read the screenplay. Mom and lucas aren’t even a real couple, yet the chemistry’s already off the charts. You can tell they’re totally meant for each other.
Ej: Of course, will made it sound that way. Lucas is his father.
Johnny: I don’t know. Almost 30 years later, mom and lucas still can’t keep their hands off each other, despite your “great love.”
Ej: I realize you enjoy getting under my skin. But watch yourself, john roman. Take it too far, and you might just live to regret it.
Abigail: “Welcome home, mommy. We love you.” Oh, gosh.
Chad: [Sighs] You okay?
Abigail: Our kids are the best.
Chad: They did not want to leave their mom.
Abigail: Well, yeah. Any excuse to skip school, right?
Chad: Mm-hmm. I can’t think of a better reason. I was firm, though: School comes first. Although those kids, they drive a hard bargain. I had to promise we’ll have a special “welcome home, mommy” dinner tonight.
Abigail: Oh, great. ‘Cause, you know, charlotte’s definition of special is usually jelly beans and ice cream.
Chad: Yeah. And probably some chocolate chip cookies for dessert.
Abigail: [Laughs] Ugh.
[Sighs] Thank you.
Chad: For what?
Abigail: Just making me realize it was time to come home.
Chad: Let’s get you settled in. I’ll, uh, I’ll bring up your bags up to our room.
Abigail: Uh, can we just, um, can we wait a second? Serena: It’s my 3:10
Kayla: Based on your mri results, there were no signs of bleeding, a stroke, or a tumor. I didn’t see the presence of biomarkers that would raise any red flags. There was some shrinkage of your brain volume, but that is not unexpected at your age.
Doug: So can you rule out alzheimer’s?
Kayla: No, not yet. Not every patient who has the disease shows clear biomarkers.
Julie: So where do we go from here?
Kayla: I can order a pet scan, and that might find more markers. But it’s expensive.
Julie: I don’t care. I don’t care if it costs the moon. We’ll-we’ll do whatever is necessary to get to the bottom of this, kayla.
Doug: Yeah. What she said, yeah.
Kayla: We are gonna find out what’s going on with you, doug, I promise. This is why I think it might be a good idea for you to see marlena. She can more generally assess if you are having some kind of dementia. Shall I give her a call?
Marlena: You really don’t want johnny making this movie, do you?
John: Isn’t there another script he could film? You know, maybe one about– aw, hell, I don’t know, a-a talking dog. Everybody loves talking dogs.
Marlena: I don’t think that’s what he wants to do.
John: Well, maybe not, but the past is sometimes best left in the past, doc.
Marlena: So are you concerned about him revisiting our affair?
John: Sweetheart, what we did, the scandal of it, not only destroyed your marriage and your family, but it left you feeling alone, isolated, a pariah in a town that had loved you. And because you were so vulnerable, it led to the darkest time in your life.
Kate: Why on earth would you think that roman and I are involved?
Lucas: Blatant flirting.
Kate: Seriously? I was getting powdered sugar off his cheek.
Lucas: What about that whole thing with the sarong? I mean, come on, I was right here.
Kate: Oh, come on, that was merely a statement of fact, so.
Lucas: So you’re not sneaking into each other’s rooms at night, reliving the past?
Kate: No, we’re saving that for you and sami.
Lucas: Oh! Walked into that one, didn’t I?
Lucas: Yeah, well. What’s that? What are you looking for?
Kate: I’m not–I’m not looking for anything.
Lucas: Really? You want my opinion?
Kate: No, actually, I don’t want your opinion at all.
Lucas: I think you and roman are great together. You were great together, you know, back in the day.
Kate: Yeah, back in the day. That’s past tense, lucas.
Lucas: Well, it doesn’t have to be. I mean, you said yourself, he’s interested in getting back together with you.
Kate: He talked about that months ago. He hasn’t said anything since.
Lucas: Well, every man’s got his pride. Probably felt rejected.
Kate: Yeah, or he’s just not interested, so.
Lucas: Or you should just talk to him and ask him. You could do that.
Kate: God, what is this all about? Why are you making something that is absolutely not your business your business?
Lucas: That’s not a “no,” is it?
Lucas: Johnny! What’s up, man?
Johnny: Hey, man.
Lucas: Good to see you!
Johnny: Good to see you too.
Lucas: Getting big.
Johnny: Old man.
Lucas: Hey, easy on the old man stuff. I still got it.
Johnny: Kate. Beautiful as ever.
Kate: Oh, what a sweet talker, just like your dad. Who is so excited that you are back in town. He can’t wait to get you into the family business.
Johnny: Well, unfortunately for him, I’ve got plans of my own, and with any luck, I’m about to be one step closer to making my dream come true.
Chad: What’s wrong?
Abigail: It’s just that before I went to boston, we were sleeping in separate rooms.
Chad: Yeah. No, I know. I just, I was– I thought that maybe– I was hoping that things– things would be different.
Abigail: Well, we discussed we have a lot of things to work out, and I think that I’d just feel more comfortable doing that if we were sleeping in separate beds.
Abigail: Okay. Is that a problem?
Abigail: ‘Cause you said you’d be with me every step of the way on this.
Chad: I know, and I meant it. Whatever you need. But we are gonna have to have a conversation with the kids.
Abigail: Yeah, I mean, yeah. We were sleeping in separate beds when I went to boston. So I think we should just talk to them again, and I think they’re gonna understand.
Chad: What about everyone else?
Abigail: Every–what? Are you embarrassed?
Chad: Ah, no. Just, certain people are gonna– are gonna have an opinion.
Abigail: Certain people? I mean…
Ej: Abigail! What a lovely surprise!
Abigail: Ej. On the outside, I looked fine.
Marlena: You’re right. I was in a bad place after sami found out about our affair. But this movie is about sami, not about me.
John: Well, what happened next, it affected sami as well. And this is not a subject that johnny should be messing with.
John: You know what I’m talking about, doc. This opened the door–
Marlena: It’s kayla. I need to take it. Kayla, hi, good morning.
Kayla: Hi, um, I hope I’m not interrupting anything.
Marlena: Oh, uh, no. Uh, what can I do for you?
Kayla: It’s about doug. Um, he’s showing some signs of cognitive decline, and his test results didn’t reveal anything definitive. I was hoping that maybe you could see him, and you could weigh in with an assessment.
Marlena: Of course. I’d be glad to. Um, I don’t have a very busy morning at work. I’ll, uh, I’ll come to the hospital right now.
Kayla: That would be great. Thank you.
Marlena: Okay. See you soon. I’ve got to–I’ve got to get to the hospital. Can we pick up this conversation about johnny later?
John: Of course we can. I love you, doc.
Marlena: I love you.
Lucas: Big plans, huh? What, are you gonna open a bakery like your sister?
Roman: Hey, look what the cat dragged in! I was beginning to think you were avoiding me.
Johnny: Grandpa. I’m sorry, I’ve been kind of busy.
Roman: Yeah, what, getting in trouble?
Johnny: Actually, I’ve been working on my dream project.
Lucas: Yeah, he was just about to tell us all about it. Right?
Johnny: I’m gonna make a movie. And I’m hoping that you would consider investing in the future of your favorite grandchild.
Roman: Okay. All right, that is why you finally came to visit!
Johnny: Oh, come on, gramps, you know I missed you.
Roman: Uh-huh, sure, sure. How much do– how much do you need?
Johnny: Well, that’s up to you, um. I’m hitting up multiple investors, including grandma marlena. She’s actually the one who gave me the idea for the movie.
Kate: Uh. What’s it about?
Johnny: I am going to direct will’s screenplay about my mom’s life.
Roman: That’s a great idea.
Johnny: I’m glad you think so; my, uh, my dad hates the idea.
Lucas: Oh, really? Why?
Johnny: Yeah, he thinks, uh– he just thinks my mom won’t like it, which is ridiculous, ’cause she approved will’s script years ago when she moved us all out to california. Obviously, she didn’t have a problem with it then, so she should be cool with it now. But I wanted to get your input first.
Johnny: There’s the whole thing about grandma marlena’s affair, and, you know, I just didn’t want it to bring up any stuff.
Roman: You know what, ancient history, man, so I’m good. Just as long as you get somebody very dashing and very handsome to play me. I’m thinking george clooney.
Johnny: Okay, all right, I’ll see what I can do.
Roman: All right, count me in.
Johnny: All right, thank you. I’m gonna make you proud.
Roman: I’m willing to bet my money on that.
Johnny: So lucas, do you have any interest in, uh, backing my movie?
Ej: I didn’t know you were here!
Chad: Yeah, we just got back.
Abigail: Oh, hi. Uh, you all right?
Ej: Oh, I just worked out a little too hard yesterday. I’m finally back to my old self.
Chad: For better or worse.
Abigail: Well, it’s, uh, it’s great to see you healthy and home.
Ej: You as well. I’m glad my little brother took my advice to go off and fight for you.
Abigail: Oh, uh. I didn’t realize it was your idea.
Chad: No, it wasn’t his idea. I came–it wasn’t your idea. I came to boston because I wanted to see you, and I wanted to be able to try to work things out.
Ej: It doesn’t matter who takes credit for bringing abigail back, does it? The important thing is that you’re home.
Doug: So doc, what’s your opinion? Do you think I have dementia?
Marlena: Well, doug, there’s nothing really conclusive here yet, but I hope to know more after I’ve run some tests.
Doug: Marlena, if I confess something to you, do you promise to keep it just between us?
Marlena: You’re my patient. Anything-anything you tell me will be held in strict confidence.
Doug: Well, I’ve been insisting to julie that I’m just fine. But down deep, I can feel it– there is something wrong with me. I say and do strange things, and I don’t know why. I just pray that you can help me.
Marlena: I will do everything I can to help you, doug.
Lucas: Uh, are you sure you want to take money from a guy who ruined your dad’s marriage?
Johnny: Hey, that’s between you and my dad. You’ve always been good to me. And you’re my twin sister’s father, so there’s the family thing. There’s also one other factoid you might find interesting.
Kate: All right, I’ll bite. What?
Johnny: You’re kind of a big part in the movie.
Lucas: I am?
Johnny: Yeah. The way the script reads, you were the love of my mom’s life, not my dad.
Kate: Wow. So I bet you couldn’t wait to tell ej that.
Lucas: Yeah, I’m sure that went over real well, didn’t it?
Johnny: It might have pushed a few buttons.
Lucas: Well, that’s, uh, good enough for me. I’ll sign a check right now.
Johnny: Okay! All right! Thank you!
Lucas: No, thank you.
Johnny: Okay, um. Kate, is there any chance you–
Kate: Oh, sorry, spielberg, but I don’t want to get into hot water with your daddy because he signs my paychecks, and i want to keep that happening.
Johnny: Fair enough. I understand. I’ve still got some other investors to hit up, so. Thank you both for your support. It means a lot, especially since my dad’s being such a jerk about all this.
Ej: So, when I walked in, did I hear you’ll be staying in separate rooms?
Chad: Uh, that’s none of your business.
Ej: Relax. As a man who’s own marriage has recently imploded, I am a champion of unions where love wins the day. And I know yours will too. That’s why I want you to know that chad feels nothing but regret and disgust with himself for letting your scheming sister manipulate him–
Chad: Dude, would you shut up? I don’t need you speaking for me.
Ej: I’m just trying to help.
Chad: Okay, you want to help? Then why don’t you give us some privacy? I thought you were supposed to be at the office! Aren’t you–aren’t you– weren’t you supposed to bring johnny in with you today?
Ej: I was, but he’s refusing to even consider working at dimera. And that is on you. I’ve lost count of how many asthma attacks I’ve had.
Chad: Are you still on this? It’s not my fault that johnny doesn’t want to work for dimera.
Ej: I asked you to convince him dimera’s where he belongs. Instead, you encouraged him to follow his ridiculous dream of making movies.
Chad: He’s a grown man. He should be able to make his own choices in life.
Ej: His choice has been to party his way through europe for the last few years.
Chad: He’s a smart kid!
Ej: Who needs direction!
Chad: It sounds you’d prefer a choke chain.
Ej: You’re supposed to be working with me to steer this family in the right direction. That was the whole point of taking this company back. And yet you take pleasure in egging johnny on to defy me!
Chad: No, johnny’s doing a damn good job of that himself!
Ej: Perhaps you could persuade your husband to remember where his loyalties lie.
Abigail: Actually, I think you’re trying to put chad in between you and your son, and now you’re trying to put me between you and chad, which is not gonna happen, because I’m not gonna take the bait.
Kate: So that was very generous of you to invest in johnny’s film. Although your ulterior motives were compatibility transparent.
Lucas: What do you mean? It’s like johnny said, it’s about family. You know me, I’d do anything for family.
Kate: Yeah, uh-huh, yeah. And sticking it to ej had absolutely nothing to do with it, right?
Lucas: Mm. I don’t want to talk about that. I’d rather talk about what we were discussing before johnny came in. We were talking about you and roman.
Kate: Lucas, there is no me and roman.
Lucas: You still hung up on jake?
Lucas: Well, then give roman a chance! What’s the problem?
Roman: Chance for what?
[Knock at door]
John: Yeah, hold on. Hey, my namesake!
Johnny: Grandpa john!
John: How you doing, kid?
Johnny: It’s good to see you.
John: Come on in, come on in!
Johnny: I’m sorry for not stopping by sooner.
John: No, no, no, no, it’s all right. Grandma says you’ve been a bit busy.
Johnny: Yeah, is she, uh, she around?
John: No, no, she just got called into work. You just missed her.
Johnny: Oh, did she happen to mention my project to you?
John: Yeah, yeah. In fact, we were–we were just discussing it.
John: Well, kid, to be honest with you, uh, I’ve got a– I’ve got a few concerns about the script.
Johnny: I didn’t realize you were such a film critic.
John: [Chuckles] No, it’s, uh–let’s just say that I’m-I’m a little apprehensive about putting her life out there like that.
Johnny: You mean grandma marlena’s affair.
John: Yeah, for one thing, yeah. You know, people like– well, like your grandpa roman. You know, he might not be that comfortable with that.
Johnny: Actually, I just spoke with him, and he’s on board. And he is investing. So if that’s the only thing stopping you from investing–
John: Well, actually, it’s not the only thing. I’ve got some other concerns as well.
Johnny: Like what?
John: [Sighs] Hey, I’ll tell you what, let me finish having this conversation with grandma, and then I’ll circle back with you as soon as possible, okay?
Johnny: Okay. Hey, no worries. No pressure. I’m good with whatever you guys decide, so. I’m gonna go finish reading the script.
John: Wait. You haven’t even finished the script yet?
Johnny: Well, no, but it’s about mom’s life, so I gotta know all the major plot points, right?
John: Hey, hey, johnny, listen.
John: How do you feel about movies with talking dogs?
Johnny: Uh… [Laughs] Why?
John: Never mind.
Marlena: Doug, are you all right with me recording our session?
Doug: Oh, yes, sure.
Marlena: Great. Now, I would like to start off by discussing some of your recent moments of cognitive dissonance. I-I understand that you’ve been, uh, mixing up people’s names?
Doug: Well, apparently I– I confused you with vivian alamain. Sorry about that.
Marlena: It’s okay. I’ll find some way to forgive you for that.
Doug: [Chuckles] I feel worse, really, about forgetting tom and alice. I mean, goodness, how could I ever forget them? They meant so much to me.
Marlena: Having a–having a lapse in memory doesn’t mean they’re any less meaningful to you. So please, don’t feel guilty about it.
Doug: Well, I do feel guilty. I groped paulina price, for pete’s sake. Completely inappropriate.
Marlena: Yeah. You have any idea why you did that?
Doug: No. It just-just horrified julie. All this has been so hard on her.
Marlena: Julie told me that you–you locked her in the freezer by accident.
Doug: That was no accident. I locked that bitch in there on purpose.
Ej: I see you two are still a united front, even if you are sleeping in separate bedrooms.
Abigail: Like chad said, that’s none of your business.
Ej: My apologies. Chad, I’ll see you in the office. Abigail, again, lovely to see you, and welcome home.
Chad: I’m so sorry. That’s so embarrassing. I–that’s not–that’s not how I planned to welcome you home.
Abigail: Well, like you said, home, sweet home, huh?
Lucas: Oh, man, I got some errands to run. Excuse me; I’ll be back. Lost track of time.
Roman: Okay, um. What was that all about?
Kate: Well, lucas was just giving me some advice.
Roman: Advice from a man who just slept with his married ex-wife.
Kate: Uh, twice.
Roman: Was it good advice?
Kate: Lucas thinks that we should get back together.
Roman: I see. And what do you think about that?
Kayla: Here you go.
Julie: Thank you.
Kayla: Julie, I know how hard this is. I went through something very similar with my own mother. It was hard to watch her forget her loved ones.
Julie: But at least caroline had a reprieve. The last years of her life– if doug has alzheimer’s– it’s just, all the days of our lives have been so wonderful. Years and years, much more than most people ever get. I want more! I’m sorry. So selfish of me.
Kayla: No, it’s not. Listen, I am not giving up hope. And you shouldn’t, either.
Marlena: I’m sorry. Did you say–
Doug: That I locked her in on purpose? You heard that. You heard right. It was the most fun I had all week.
Marlena: I’m sure you don’t mean that. I think you’re just confused.
Doug: No, marlena, you are the one who’s confused. [Laughs] I am not doug.
Johnny: What the hell? Grandma marlena was possessed by the devil?
Marlena: Of course you’re doug. You’re doug williams. I’m marlena evans.
Doug: I know exactly, exactly who you are.
[In deep voice] It’s been over 25 years, marlena. But did you really think I wouldn’t come back for you?