Days of Our Lives Transcript
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So, Doc, did you find out what happened to my memory? Well, yes. Uh, I think we got to the root cause, uh, with the help of the MRI. It seems that you had an old skull fracture long since healed. Boy, that’s a kick in the head. But the good news is you’re in excellent health. But the bad news is you can’t do anything for me.
I didn’t say that. It’s okay. It’s okay. I appreciated you talking. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Where are you going? I got a job to do. Gotta find my son.
Ready to go, sweetheart? I’m sure Maggie’s wondering where you are.
Hey, Xander. Uh, we should probably get going. Yeah, right. Of course. No! Sarah, what’s wrong? Oh, no. Sarah? What is it? My water just broke. Ugh.
Okay. Ugh. Looks like we’re not getting married before the baby’s born. Happy birthday, little one.
Rex got you pregnant. He does have all the working parts. That’s not what I meant. Lucky you. Looked like you were ready to deliver. Certainly far enough along that you must have gotten pregnant before you left Salem. Meaning… Meaning what? Rex and I didn’t get involved until I got to Chicago, but, yeah, there was once here in Salem before I moved.
Sometimes once is all it takes. Please, yeah, Maggie told me that you’d gotten back with that jerk, but it’s a bit convenient, isn’t it? Once. With Rex, versus, what, how many times when we were together. You know, I don’t really recall. I’ve been trying to forget.
I can’t tell you all how much it means to me to have you all here with me. We’ll be here for you for as long as you need, Maggie. Of course we will. And Maggie, even though Victor had almost as many wives as Henry VIII, I do believe That you brought out the best in him. In fact, of all of the women in his life…
You are the perfect match for Victor. That is most assuredly a matter of opinion. Oh my god. Vivian Alamein. The one and only, in case there’s some question on that point. Put that down. You’re not welcome here. She’s not welcome anywhere. Oh, Kate. I so missed your derivative wit. Vivian, I don’t know how to put this nicely.
I want you out of my house. Now. Oh, Maggie, those are empty words, because I’m here to stay.
Cheers. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Uh, listen, my, my husband John is coming over, and he’d like to talk to you. Why? Well, as I told you, he’s a private investigator, and he’s been looking into your background, and can you just please, please wait? You know, I feel like I’ve been waiting for an eternity already. Look, you’ve all been so very, very nice, but I haven’t got any more time to waste.
Well, if you, uh, John! Sorry I’m late. Uh, I, uh, I’d like you to meet my husband, John. Pleased to meet you, sir. Your wife’s been telling me you’re working on my case. Any sign of my son? Well, not yet. But I do know who you are.
Like sand through the hourglass, so are the days of our lives.
You know who I am? Well, my partner and I, we, uh, we just learned that you recently discharged yourself from a VA hospital in a neighboring town. And the director there, he gave me your dog tags from when you were in the army many years ago. And we think that this is you. What, Joseph Bell? You say so. Well, the director, Mr.
Dugan, he said you were having a hard time remembering that name. But you know what? I’ve come up with some other information that might jog your memory. About my son? No, about you. Sir, it seems that you served in the Korean War. Oh. Oh? Yes. You know, I was talking to that nice lady out in the lobby, uh, uh, Julie Williams.
And she mentioned her uncle was in the Korean War. Somehow that rang a bell. Well, uh, why don’t we all sit down? Yeah, yeah, that’s a good idea. Sure. Here you go.
So, John, tell me more. Well,
it seems that, um, we found out what platoon you were serving in in Korea. Now, this is going to sound like an incredible coincidence, but you were in the same unit as my biological father. And his name was Timothy Robichaud. Does that name mean anything to you? Roachel? Timothy?
That does sound familiar. Maybe we were friends?
Tell me more. Tell me all about him.
What the hell are you doing here, Vivian? Where else would I be? I’ve come to pay respects. Bid adieu to the love of my life. But you’re in prison, or you should be. Yeah, so what happened? I assume she was furloughed for the funeral. Why? She’s not family. Not family? How, how dare you say that in front of my son?
And here we go. Oh, Philip. Philip. I missed you so much. Vivian, would you give it a rest, okay? Just because you stole my embryo doesn’t mean my son is your son. He is the fruit of my womb. You will never share the bond we have. Hold on a second. If she’s furloughed, where’s her guard? In fact, where’s her ankle monitor?
I bet she’s escaped. Maggie, call the cops right now. I did not escape. I was released on good behavior. Good behavior? You haven’t gone a day in your life without breaking at least four laws. Or five or six commandments. Oh, for God’s sake, for Victor’s sake, can’t we just enjoy the past times that we’ve had, the good times?
Okay, well, the last good time was when you were stuck in a sarcophagus and I don’t know why the hell they let you out. You tried to kill me. Me twice. And not to mention all the, um, I don’t know, the slew of other crimes. You should not be out on the street. And I want you out of my home. I had a feeling you wouldn’t believe me.
How could we ever not believe you? So, I came prepared. Here are my papers for my release.
Holy cow. Looks legit. Don’t you just love our justice system? Vivian. If Victor
were here, I know exactly what he’d say to you. Get the hell out of my house! Now!
Sarah? Sarah, can you make it to the car? Just give me a second. Alright, do you have any contractions? Uh huh. Yup, I felt some twinges during the service. Why didn’t you say anything? Because I thought that they were Braxton Hicks and I didn’t want to interrupt the memorial. You know what? I will time your contractions.
Yeah, no, I’ll bring the car around so we can Just breathe. Rex, I feel like I need to push.
Oh my god. What? I feel like I need to push. Push? Yeah. I’m sorry to tell
you this, alright? Don’t let her get to you. Maggie, you know how Victor cherished hospitality. You are desecrating his memory. No, actually, you’re the one doing that. Oh, do shut up, Adrian. I’m not Adrian. I’m Bonnie Lockhart. Who on earth is Bonnie Lockhart? Wait a minute, it’s coming to me. You’re the gold digger that snagged, uh, married…
Vicki Horton. Watch how you talk about my wife. Your wife? Did you? Did you trade Adrian for a carbon copy? The way I did when Nicholas lost his beloved Cocker Spaniel? How dare you? Ah! I’m gonna take up for Bonnie right now. If there is a gold digger here, it’s you. You are the one who went after Victor. The first time, the second time, and the third time.
No, no, no, that is not true. We went after each other again and again and again because we were soulmates. That red headed, butter wooden, melt in your mouth woman has turned you against me, hasn’t she? Now stop it right there. Now I’ve let you get away with a lot. Mainly because I don’t listen to most of what you say.
But there are major, major ground rules. You will never talk that way about Maggie Horton again. She is a far better person than either one of us have a right to know.
You stop? You know you would do better not to mention her name at all. She has turned you against me, hasn’t she? Woman, do you want a wedding today or not? It transcended the intellectual. It was magical. I could also give you a lovely piece of heaven.
Oh my god, my eyes!
Spiritual. It was… sexual. Okay, you need to leave now. Right now. Get out of here. You take another step towards me and she gets need you to breathe through this for me, okay? Oh my god, not again. What the hell are you looking at? Is she gonna have a baby soon? Better than in the backseat of a moving car.
Speaking of which, can you grab my medical bag for mine? Thank you. Turn that damn picture around! Will do.
So should I like, uh, boil some water or something? You know what I need? I need clean towels and blankets from you, okay? There’s some in the garden shed. Well, you would know. It’s closer than the house. Look, I know I didn’t pay you as early, but this is 36 weeks at full time. Yeah, but even so, just grab the damn towel!
I know, I know, I know. Rex, please promise me that the same thing that happened with McKenzie isn’t gonna happen again. Look at me. You are not in a car accident this time. Real doctor delivering this baby. You are full term. You are healthy. Nothing, nothing is going to happen to you or this baby. I promise.
me? Of course I do. Okay. I know how many things can go wrong. I should be in a hospital. And Rex also. What? I am half out of my mind in pain. What if I slip and tell Xander that he’s the baby’s father?
Well, I wish I had more to tell you about my father, but you see, I was adopted at a very young age, and like yourself, I spent, uh, Well, most of my life not knowing who I was. Oh, I’m sorry to hear that. Thank you. But eventually I learned that I was born John. Well, Michelle, and my, my father, um,
he was a deserter from Korea up to China. He changed his name, called himself Yuling. And when I finally met up with him, he was a man that was just filled with hatred. He was nothing but evil. Timothy. Well, Michelle. Do you know that name? Is it beginning to sound familiar? The fighting. And the noise.
We’d been in a foxhole together. But an explosion hit. I had been knocked off my feet. But he was thrown clear. There was this terrible pain in the back of my head. And so much blood, I thought I was dying. I I called out for help.
We found him. I thought he was going to help me. But instead… What are you doing? He’s every man for himself.
He didn’t help me. He went off with my dog tags. I’m sorry about that. There’s nobody sorry. You two are helping me now. Do you have any idea why he went off with your dog tags? And do you know what happened next? Ah.
You are not going to slip up. You’re not going to tell Xander that he’s a father. Unless of course that’s what you want.
What You need to go see if Adrian has a blanket in the back. On it.
And I know they didn’t cover this. Remember, I think last week you were going to have to deliver this baby.
Xander did everything he could to keep Mackenzie safe. He’s a good person.
Except for that. Great.
Remember that birthing class we did, just visualize the pain and grab my hand and squeeze it as hard as you can.
You just need to talk me through this, okay? Okay. On the next contraction, I’m going to start pushing and hopefully all goes well. All you have to do is catch the baby. Okay. Sandra, I’m so sorry for what I said to you. Because if I had to pick anyone to be here, it wouldn’t be Eric, it would be you. I was gonna be here whether you liked it or not.
I just didn’t expect it to be by the side of a road. The contraction is starting, I can’t wait to start pushing. Okay, there’s no reason for bloodshed this morning. Really? I think Victor would approve. Vivian, could you please just go? I’m not leaving until I’ve delivered my eulogy. The funeral is over. It ended an hour ago.
An hour ago? Where’s this Fred? Ugh, Victor. You walked like a god among a gaggle of peasants. Okay, well the peasants are about to revolt and throw you out on your ass, so… I’m not leaving before the reading of the will. Uh huh. And now we know why you’re really here. Oh, please. Victor’s money means nothing to me.
I am a woman of substantial means. I’m only here in the interest of my son, Philip. He’s not your son. Who was probably presumed dead when the will was updated. How the hell would you know when the will was updated? A good attorney would know. Good being the operative word. I was the executor. The estate attorneys actually drafted the will.
But I am confident in saying that Philip is being well taken care of, and you are not one of his inheritors. Not even a bauble? Something sentimental to remember him by? We haven’t scheduled the reading of the will yet. Don’t call us Vivian. We’ll call you. I’m not going.
I will pull out the damn will right now and prove that you are not inheriting anything that way. You have no reason to ever come back here again. Philip, please get your mother another mimosa. Just one? For the road? And put a shot of vodka in it, please.
Justin? Is there a problem? Yeah. It’s Victor’s will. It’s gone. I thought
I was gonna die. But I didn’t. Well, then maybe my father helped you after all. I’m
not sitting here waiting for another bomb to blast me to smithereens. But I can’t move. Get a medic. I’m dying. Is that right? Well, if there’s gonna be a body anyway, let them think I’m dead. Don’t leave me. My wife’s gonna have a baby. She’s such a shirts of wood. Lucky you. You can’t just leave me here!
Watch me. Sayonara,
man. Sir, are you… Are you saying that these dog tags aren’t yours?
Joseph Bell, I wonder if it would make any sense.
That’s because your name is Timothy Robichaux. And your wife was right, she had a son. His name was John Robichaux. Are you saying… I’m John Robichaux? All this time you’ve been searching for your son. Sir, your search is over.
Justin, are you sure that’s where Victor kept his will? Positive. He showed it to me before he went to Greece. It has to be somewhere. You know, I’m gonna call his estate attorneys.
Okay. Neither of us are in the will. But Victor set up a secret trust for you while you were in your room, so you will be taken care of. Then let’s get the hell out of here. Yes. Let’s. As scintillating as this has been, I am sure the will will be found. Vivian, I wish I could be here to see the look on your face when you find out that you are not in the will.
Anyway, Philip and I are famished, so we’re going to have to go. Maggie, I’m so sorry to have abandoned you. No, don’t worry. She’s got reinforcements. Goodbye, my darling boy. I’m so glad you’re not dead. So few people you can sincerely say that about.
Justin? What is it? Apparently, um… Victor called his estate attorneys while he was away on his final trip and told him. Told him what? To destroy the will.
My son, I’ve been looking for you my entire life. As I had searched for you. But is You VA system.
After you were, after you were wounded in the war. And we don’t know a lot about John’s background, but we do know that um, You came from a farm, and John was born on a rural farm in Louisiana. Yes. And my wife, my wife was pregnant. Maud. Maud. Her name was Maud. You brought her up. You never knew my name because I was born after you disappeared.
Oh, you must have had such a hard life. No father, Lord. I’m so sorry. That’s not your fault. You’re here now. And that is the only thing that matters to me. You’re here, now. Okay, Sarah, when I tell you, you’re gonna have to push for me, okay? I don’t know if I can, it hurts so much! You can, Sarah, just remember the relaxation techniques.
Jump on a beach and bim bam! Screw Bimini and screw you! Yes! Sarah, push. You okay? My engagement ring’s digging into my hand. Well, maybe you should take it off. You’re crowding. No, I want to sit up, I want to sit up, I want to sit up. Here, lean on my head. Let me help you. Alright, Sarah, look at me, look at me.
Baby’s almost here. One more push, okay? You got this. Push. Baby’s coming. Push.
It’s, it’s a girl!
It’s a girl! She’s beautiful! I was so I had another girl that it would be like replacing Mackenzie, but… Now that I’m holding her, all I so much love.
I was so scared something was gonna go wrong again, but she’s perfect. You did it. We did it. Jimmy. It’s the baby. She is fine. And very pretty. Just like her mother. Hello, girl. Say hello to your mom.
Yeah. So, I wonder how the funeral reception’s going. Wasn’t much of a party, even before Vivian got there. Yeah. Well, I just thought that, uh, that Rex and Sarah might come back to the house before we left. Maybe they decided to skip it. Neither of them knew Dad very well. Yeah. Well, I’m glad that Sarah was there for Maggie, though.
I mean, I know how much it meant to me to have my two sons with me. It’s been a long time. That was a really lovely eulogy, Philip. Thanks.
Are you alright?
I guess it really hadn’t sank in till the funeral. This time it really is goodbye.
I always thought I’d have a chance to, you know, redeem myself in Dad’s eyes before he died. To live up to what he thought I could be. I
don’t want you to leave in anger. We’ve come too far for that. And despite my protestations, I’ll support your decision to leave Salem. I won’t stand in your way. What I won’t give up is the growth that you and I have had in coming closer together. We’ve worked so damn hard to achieve it. Important to me.
I love you, Dad. I love you too, son.
I’ll be in touch, I promise. He loved you unconditionally, and he would have done anything for you.
And as adamant as I was about you not coming home, I know that he would be so glad that you’re here. And I am too.
He asked his estate lawyer to destroy the will? Did he file a new one? No. Well, I’m no lawyer, but doesn’t that mean Victor died in test state? What happens now, Justin? Well, if there is no will on record, per the laws of the state, everything goes to the surviving spouse. So Maggie, you inherit the entire estate.
That’s not really true.
My handsome son. I think there’s a resemblance, don’t you? Well, I certainly do. You said you were adopted. Why didn’t Ma dare? Well, that’s, uh, that’s, uh, that’s complicated. I don’t even know the whole story. You know what happened to her? Yes, I do. Um, I’m sorry, but she, she passed a few years ago. Oh, you know, I think a part of me knew that.
That’s why I was so determined to find you. I loved you before I knew you. Because I loved her so much. Mr. Doe. Timothy. Timothy, thank you. I know this is a lot for you to take in. It is. The man who helped me find my son. Turned out to be my son. Quite a coincidence. I’d say it was a miracle.
I’m glad that we’ve had this time together. Me too. You were right to get us out of there. Although I have to admit… I would have loved to have seen her face when she found out that she was inheriting Lopkis.
What do you mean I don’t inherit Victor’s estate? She’s just trying to rile you. She’s been in prison. She doesn’t know nothing about nothing. Don’t I? Justin just said that Victor’s surviving spouse gets everything. And that’s moi. How do you figure that, Vivian? I mean, I know you basically blackmailed Victor into marrying you twice.
And then you put Maggie in a sarcophagus and tried to kill her. And he washed his hands of you. You’ve been divorced for over a decade. I know everyone thinks that. But the papers were never properly filed. We never got a real divorce decree. That can’t be. Oh, but it is. So Maggie and Victor’s barrenge is null and void.
I am the Widow Kiriakis and I inherit everything.
Thank you for making me a mommy again. Carole, honey, you’re shivering. Are you cold? I’ll go get another blanket. Hey, uh, let me help. Can I, can I maybe take a, take it for a second?
There’s, there’s something I should tell you. There’s, there’s something you should, you should know, right? Greggs? She’s really pale. Sarah? What’s up? You alright? I, I don’t, I don’t, I don’t know.
Sarah? Sarah? See, when I dreamed that my son was nearby, that was fate guiding my hand. You know, like that movie where the baseball field appeared in all the corn. You like baseball? Does he like baseball?
Honey, you okay?
All I wanted was to know who I was and where I came from.
When I found out I wasn’t Roman Brady, Every answer I got after that was worse than the one before. Uh, I came from, from the Alamains. No, no, no. I came from the, the Damiras. No, it was Yoling. And that man wanted me dead. What? It’s just, it was hard to even believe that I, I, I could have been a good person with all that, that bad blood inside of me.
In fact, there were times when I wasn’t a good person. What Stefano did to you was not your fault. You made yourself the man that you are. And I am so proud of
you. You made me that man, Doc.
And sir, you made me that man. My God, I can’t believe I have found thee, Timothy Robichaud. I can’t believe it either. And your wife made this happen. Let’s make sure we don’t lose each other again.