Days Transcript Thursday, January 18, 2024

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You know, with everything around us going so wrong, this just feels so right.

Yeah, it does.

[delicate dramatic music] I just, uh, I don’t know. I can’t help from feeling guilty, you know, from feeling this happy when I know that Nicole and my dad are just down the hall feeling so miserable.

[inhales deeply] Yeah? Well, at least with Holly going to Italy tomorrow, there’s some hope.

Yeah. I mean, my dad was a patient at that Italian hospital and worked miracles for him. You know, this whole thing with Holly, it’s kind of made me realize something, something important, you know, that I– I really think that you and I should talk about. Tonight.

[soft dramatic music]

[sighs softly]

Mm. That feels so nice.

[both chuckle]

You know, the benefits of human touch are profound.


You know, they say that research shows that it lowers the heart rate and blood pressure and reduces depression and boosts the immune system. Even mitigates pain. I’m sorry. That was too nerdy doctor stuff, wasn’t it?

No, no, not at all.

[both chuckle] I love that you have a cerebral take on romance.

OK. OK, then. Well, then I will tell you one more nerdy doctor thing. Here, take my hand. When people hold hands or engage in any kind of intimate behavior…


It triggers a release of oxytocin in the brains, and it reduces depression and fear and anxiety and it pumps up the feelings of trust and compassion.

Well, although not a nerdy doctor, obviously, I have read up on oxytocin and its effects.


And they call it the love hormone, don’t they?

They do. They do. And it’s definitely working its magic on me right now.

[both sigh]

[phone ringing]

Mm. I better get that.

[phone ringing] I’m expecting a call from my mom, and she is not happy with me, as you know.

Yeah. Well, go ahead and talk to her, then. I’m going to go grab a drink from the kitchen. Do you want anything?

No, thank you. But maybe when you get back, I can discover the benefits of touching you.

Mm. Mm-hmm.


[phone ringing]

[phone ringing]

[speaking Mandarin]

[glass clinks]

Relax. It’s just me.

What are you–what are you doing sitting in the dark?

[tense music]

[Ava gulps]

I’m not sure you want to know.

All in all, pretty good night. Two successful raids, no one got hurt, and we got some drugs off the street.

Yeah. The intel from the new informant really paid off.

Yeah, it’s a good start, but we’ve got to get to the source.

Yeah, and I was hoping to get closer to it, but my raid at the bistro was a bust. We turned that place upside down. There was nothing. I still can’t believe it.

[dramatic music]


[phone ringing]

[Brady sighs]


Brady. Hey, I’m sorry to wake you up, man. I didn’t know who else to call right now. Theresa’s gone.

Gone? W-what do you mean gone?

We went to bed, and she was tossing and turning. She pretty much cried herself to sleep over Tate. Then I woke up a little while ago, and she’s MIA. I looked all over the apartment. I looked all over the building. She’s nowhere to be found. I looked everywhere I could possibly think. I called her cell phone over and over again, but it’s going straight to voicemail.

[Brady sighs]

Damn it. Damn it. I was afraid of this.

[tense music]

Afraid of what?

Alex, just stay there. I’m–I’m on my way.

[phone beeps]

[Brady sighs]

[soft orchestration] announcer: Like sands through the hourglass, so are the “Days of Our Lives.”

Well, you sound– you sound so serious. What is it, G?

It’s nothing. It’s just… this thing, you know, with Holly. It’s–it’s made me realize how unpredictable life is.

Yeah, I get that. You know, with everything that’s going on with Mama, I have been on pins and needles waiting for her biopsy results because her whole life could just turn upside down. And mine and Abe’s and–

Yeah, I know.

[both sigh] I know. And look, if you really think about it and you look at what’s happened with Holly, you know, what happened to her dad, Daniel, you don’t… you don’t have to be old, you don’t have to be sick. There’s no guarantee on how much time we have left, and that’s made me realize that…

[soft dramatic music] I don’t want to spend another day without you, Chanel. So let’s get married again.

[Wendy gasps] Mm.


[peaceful music]

[Ava groans]

What’s going on?

Oh, you haven’t heard? The police raided the bistro tonight looking for drugs.

Oh, my God.

Yeah, well, not to worry. They didn’t find anything.

Is that because there was nothing to find, or is it because you got lucky?

[suspenseful music]

I told you. There’s nothing going on.

I mean, Mom, it’s not like you have the best track record here. I mean, how many times have you sworn up and down to me that you’re walking the straight and narrow, and then, oh, yeah, a little money laundering or, oops, a little blackmail, forging marriage certificates.

You know, you don’t understand.

No, I understand enough that there is something going on that has you rattled. OK? And whatever that something is, you need to understand that you don’t have to handle this alone. OK? I’m your son. I’m right here. Let me help you.

[Ava sighs and chuckles softly]

OK. Let’s break this down. Two productive raids and a third that didn’t pay off. All spurred by information from the same informant. Michaels, what do you think happened?

I mean, I believe the intel was solid.


So do I.

Yeah? So do I. So what’s the Disconnect?

Well, the more I think about it, there can only be one explanation.

Mm-hmm. They knew we were coming.

How? Who knew the targets?

And the search warrants were sealed. And as far as we know, it was only our teams that executed them.

I signed off on every one of the cops involved. Something’s not right here.

So if the info came from within our department…

Could we have a dirty cop?

Thank you for getting over here so quick. Hey, what did you mean when you said on the phone that I was afraid of this?

[Brady sighs] You don’t think–

That she might be using.

[Ben sighs] Yeah, it’s a possibility.

Why? Brady, she’s been clean for so long. Tate’s out of jail. He’s safe.

I know, I know. It could be a culmination of everything that’s happened, and she’s finally cracked under the pressure. Having to say goodbye to him tonight, not knowing if we’re going to see him for a month. She knows he’s nervous, he’s scared. And the fact that–the fact that we couldn’t protect them.

Theresa blames herself for a lot of this.

I know. I know, and that’s why we gotta find her. Look, man, if I’m wrong, the worst-case scenario is she’s going to be mad at both of us, but if I’m right… we gotta prevent a slip from becoming a skyfall.

[dramatic music]

OK, look. I know what you’re thinking. But before you say anything, just let me say I’ve been thinking about this for a long time, OK? You remember when I said I wanted to do something special for our would-be anniversary? Well, it was all centered around a proposal. But then, you know, your mom had her health scare. The holidays happened. The thing with Holly happened. And it just– I don’t know. It never felt like the right time, but I don’t want to wait any longer. OK? And this time I want to have a big, fat wedding, you know. I want to pull out all the stops. I want to invite everybody in town. Or we could do a destination wedding if you want. Not like the one we did in Italy. Now, I want to fly everybody out on the DiMera jet. We’ll go someplace warm. Maybe Hawaii or the Caymans.

OK, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold your horses, cowboy. That is not a good idea.

What, you don’t want to get married?

Oh, I didn’t say that.

[chuckles] It’s just–like, we can’t have this huge wedding and fly everyone to the Caymans. Not with everything that’s going on right now with your family. You know, your stepsister, she’s–she’s in a coma. That would come off as really insensitive.

[sighs] Wow. Yeah, you’re right. I–I guess I just wasn’t thinking. Well, I was thinking, but only about us. So how about this, then? How about a big, fat small wedding?

[Chanel laughs] What?

Mama would love that. And you know what? I might love that, too, if you ever got around to asking me. Properly.

[delicate dramatic music]

[Johnny chuckles]

[Wendy sighs]

Why is he taking so long?

[groans] Get done packing.

[Wendy sighs]

[soft dramatic music] What the heck?

[Wendy chuckles]

[Wendy giggles]

[Tripp groans] Which one? No.

Oh, yeah.


Nice and quick.

[Wendy laughs and gasps]

[Tripp groans]

[Wendy laughs] No.

OK. Yeah, I saw that one coming.

I usually don’t lose at this game.

Oh, really?


[both chuckle]

[delicate dramatic music]

[Wendy sighs]

Tripp, go back to bed.

No. No, I’m not walking away from this.

[Ava scoffs]

Oh. I, uh, didn’t realize your mom was here. Sorry. I should go back to bed.

Yeah, it’s late. You should both call it a night.

No, I’m not going anywhere until I get some answers.

Yeah, I’ll let you two talk.

No. No, stay. I want you to hear this.

[suspenseful music] There was a drug raid at the bistro tonight.

Yeah. And nothing happened.

Yeah. Which is just about where we were when you came in. And, Mom, you should know that I’ve already told Wendy about how worried I am about you and why. And, as I told you, that’s why we didn’t go to China.

And that was a mistake. You should have gone and let me handle this.

So there is something to handle?

[suspenseful music]

I hate to think that there could be a dirty cop on my team. Nothing makes my blood boil more.

Well, if Harris came up empty-handed because they tipped them off, then that’s something we have to consider.

Yeah. I mean, look, if we have a mole, we should keep things on just a need-to-know basis.


For a little while, hmm?

Agreed. And I’m going to pull the jackets of all the officers that were involved in all the stakeouts tonight. Tomorrow, I’ll look at them with a fresh pair of eyes and see if there are any red flags.

That’s a good idea.


[phone beeps] Oh, they have a few questions for me downstairs in records. I’ll take care of it.

Great. Thanks.


Well, after that, go home and get some rest.

[sighs] I will do that.

You know, I could– I could feel the smugness seeping from Stefan’s pores when we didn’t find anything tonight, like he got away with something. You know, I was talking to Ava afterwards.


Alone. And she was on the verge of opening up. And Stefan came out and then she shut right up.

OK. Even if you had talked to Ava, I would question the veracity of anything she has to say. Now, look, I know that you’re hoping that she’s going to open up to you and you’re going to get through to her. But the bottom line with Ava Vitali… she can’t be trusted.

[tense music]

I agree with you. We need to find Theresa right now. But how? I tried locating her phone. The last place that it was pinned was here in the apartment.

She must have turned her phone off before she left.

OK. That’s what I figured, so where do we start looking?

[suspenseful somber music]

I have an idea.

OK. I just hit send. You should have that form now. Great. You have a good night, too.

[phone rings] Hunter.

Jada, it’s Brady. Sorry to be calling so late.

Oh, it’s fine. I’m still at work now.

Listen, um, I need your help, um, off the record.

What’s going on?

Theresa is missing. Now, listen, it’s not long enough to file a police report, but it’s long enough for me to be worried about her. We’ve, uh, we’ve been going through quite an ordeal with our son lately, and given her history with substance abuse…

I assumed you tried her cell?

I did, and it’s– it’s turned off. I was hoping that you could possibly unofficially run her credit cards. Maybe she charged some things and maybe hit an ATM somewhere.

[sighs] Well, um, since you began by asking for my help offthe record, I’m assuming that you know that I need to have a search warrant in order to obtain those records.

I-I wasn’t sure.

[inhales deeply] Tell you what. Uh, why don’t you come down to the station and file a missing persons report? You can do that at any time. There’s no waiting period. That’s just a myth.

Uh, yeah, listen, Jada, I’m going to be brutally honest with you right now. Given–given what happened to Holly and given this drug epidemic, I, uh…I think that if we wait too long, it might be too late. So I’m asking you right now will you please help me?

[dissonant suspenseful music]

Well, we are still investigating Holly Jonas’ overdose case. So are you suggesting that we look into Theresa Donovan’s financial records to support that investigation, Mr. Black? Because if so, I can get a search warrant right now to do so. So are you telling me that Ms. Donovan’s credit card records can provide evidence to support and aid the Salem PD on this ongoing investigation?

Yes, that is what I’m telling you.

OK. Well, thanks for the tip, and I will be sure to look into that right now and call you if I find anything.

[suspenseful percussive music]

OK. Asking you properly…


To marry me. I take it you want this to be more of a, uh, formal kind of thing, then?

Well, when you were planning it for our would-be anniversary, was it not a formal thing?

Yes, it was. OK. But I just–I didn’t quite have all of my ducks in a row for a couple of things. But you know me. I’m always, you know– I’ve been historically a “fly by the seat of my pants” kind of guy.

Mm-hmm. I do know that. And I also know that you are a smart guy who knows that this is important to me. So now, will you fly by the seat of your pants and give me a kiss?

[gentle music]

OK. Theoretically, though… if I were to formally ask you, when would be a good time for you to get married?

[laughing] Johnny.

What? I just said theoretically, all right? Just–just give me a second here. Let’s check the calendar.

Oh, my God.

All right?


What about… Look. Look at that. How’s that? How’s that work for you?

It’s, uh, kinda cliché.


But it’s kind of perfect.

I agree. And if we get married on Valentine’s Day, you know I’ll never forget our anniversary.

Yeah, but don’t think you can get by with one gift for both occasions.

[laughing] OK, you don’t have to worry about that. I’m not a double-gifting kind of guy, all right? On the contrary, I intend to spoil you rotten.

Ooh. Well, do you think that maybe you can start spoiling me right now?

What’d you have in mind?

Mm…a midnight snack.

OK. What sounds good?

Mmm, I don’t know. Surprise me.

Well, that’s just about my favorite thing to do.

[Chanel chuckles]

[Johnny grunts]

[Chanel sighs]

[Chanel giggles]

Look, I assure you, Tripp, everything’s going to be fine. I’ve got everything under control.

Just tell me what’s going on.

I can’t, OK? I would not be able to live with myself if anything ever happened to you.

OK, look, Mom, don’t you get it, OK? I’m a grown man. I can take care of myself. I see that you’re in trouble, and I want to protect you.

And I love you for that, Tripp. OK? But you gotta let this go.

That’s not going to happen.

[tense music]

[sighs] Look, I know Ava’s got a dark past, and, yes, she keeps her guard up. But in the short time we were together, we–you know, we really connected. And then, when we were talking on the loading dock afterward, just the two of us, you know, it wasn’t– I mean, it wasn’t like a cop just questioning a suspect. It was…

[sighs] Never mind. You don’t need to hear it.

Hey, uh, I get it. Listen, I know that Ava’s been, um…

[suspenseful music] Trying to turn over a new leaf for quite some time now, right? But given her past, that’s a lot to hope for. I’ll tell you, if one’s past is a predictor of how one’s going to behave in the future… Ava’s past says stay away.

[Brady sighs]

There’s gotta to be something we can do, Brady. I mean, we can’t just sit here and hope to hear something, you know? We gotta be out there, like, looking for her.

What if she comes home?

I guess that’s a possibility. Um… fine, I’ll stay here– you gotta go look for her. You have more experience knowing where the hell she might be.

[Brady sighs]

All right, all right, all right. I have some ideas, but I still think it’s going to be a wild goose chase.

[Alex sighs]

[phone ringing] Wait, hold on. It’s Jada. Hey, any news?

I found Theresa.

She found her.

Where is she?

She’s at the Prairie Motel.

OK, we’ll be right there.

And, Brady…

[Jada sighs] She’s high as a kite.

[somber dramatic music]

OK, I’m back.

You were gone for forever!

Yeah, yeah, I know. Close your eyes.

What? Why do I have to close my eyes?

’cause you said you wanted a surprise. Now close them.

[sighs] OK. All right, my eyes are closed.

Keep them closed.

Huh. Closed.

No peeking.

I’m not peeking.

OK, you can open them.

[romantic music] Chanel Dupree… I love you with all my heart. And I feel like the luckiest guy on the planet to have you in my life. You deserve the world, and I intend to give it to you because you are my world. So will you marry me?

[sighs] Look, I know that Ava’s past is shady, but I’m convinced that she was trying to walk the straight and narrow. And everything took a sharp turn when she got into bed with Stefan.



[tense music] And she got in over her head.

Yeah. Are you in over yourhead?

What–what does that mean?

It means you’re a police detective. You are investigating a drug ring which is crippling our city, and yet, you are in love with one of the prime suspects.

I didn’t say anything about love.

OK, OK. So maybe you’re just having a hard time being objective when it comes to Ava, so maybe I should just appoint Jada to this investigation.

That’s not–no, that’s not necessary, seriously.



Are you sure? OK, because as your boss and as commissioner, are you a % sure that there is going to be no bias in handling this case?

[Harris sighs]

Wendy, please, will you talk some sense into him? Tell him to stay away from this.

Who are you so worried about? Who do you think you need to protect me from?

Harris was the one who raided the bistro tonight with his stormtroopers, OK?


Yeah. And, obviously, he was way off base, because otherwise I wouldn’t be here with the two of you. I would be locked up in some jail cell somewhere, OK? But, like, Stefan says that he thinks he did it because I dumped him.

No, I don’t believe that for a second. Harris wouldn’t have raided the bistro if he didn’t have a damn good reason to, OK? Just–you know, I’m going to call him. I’ll just–

No, no, no, no. Tripp, no.

But, Ava, if you’re in trouble, the police can help.

No. No, they can’t. Listen to me, both of you. We cannot go to the police.


Hey. Oh, my God, Theresa. Hey. Hey, it’s me. It’s Alex. Hey, you’re going to be OK. I’m here.

Her pupils are as big as saucers. She was pretty euphoric before you got here.

Thank you.

I didn’t find any cocaine paraphernalia.

[Brady sighs] I’m guessing ecstasy.

Yeah, OK. Theresa. Theresa. Theresa, look at me. Look at me. It’s Brady. It’s Brady and Alex. We’re both here, OK? We’re here to help you and we’re gonna get you out of here.



It’s you.


What are you doing here?

I’m here. I’m here to help you, OK?

[Theresa sighs]

You, too?


Cool. We’re together. Let’s just party.

No, no, no. We’re not gonna– party time is over, OK?


We’re going to go for a ride in the car, all right?

She needs some help.

Oh, no. No. No, I don’t need any help.

Yes. Yeah, you do. Hey, can you–I want you to put your arm– lookit–take this arm. Put it around me, OK?


Put it around me. There you go. Yeah, let’s dance. Come on. It’s OK.

Oh, you know what, Brady? You used to be so fun. Now you’re just really boring.


You, too. You’re just– you’re kind of boring now, too.

All right. We’re going to get you home, OK? We’re going home.

No, no. Are you kidding me? Home? No, she needs to go to the hospital or detox or–

No. Hospital? No, no, no! No, fellas, that’s not going to happen. I just want to party! Get me out of here.


Theresa, Theresa–

[Theresa groans] Theresa?

You know what? I’m feeling really happy right now. For the first time, I’m really happy. Can you just let me be happy? Can you just let me be happy, please? Don’t ruin it.


[breathlessly] I’m so happy right now.

[ominous music]

Come on. Don’t you want me to be happy, Brady? Why do you want to rain on my parade? I wouldn’t rain on yourparade.

Hey, no one’s raining on–

[laughs] Take it easy. Give her some water, will ya? It’s OK. Hey.

[ominous music] Relax.

[sighs] Theresa.


How are you feeling now?

Oh, my God, I feel so good. I feel so amazing. I mean, isn’t that so great, how amazing I feel? I just feel kind of– I feel kind of hot.

You’re hot? Yeah?

I’m feeling kind of hot and dizzy.

OK, OK. Yeah, I know you are. Let’s get you up a little bit. Come on, come on, come on. Sit up. There you go. There you go.

I’m really hot.

Listen. Hey, hey. I want you to breathe with me, OK? Breathe. Go in. Breathe it out. Breathe. That’s good. Atta girl. Atta girl. Keep breathing. Alex, you got that water?

Got it.

Thanks, man. Theresa? Theresa, drink this, please.

I still think we should take her to the hospital.

No, no, no, no. She’s not overdosing. She’s just high.

Yeah, he’s right. Her breathing seems pretty solid, and she has a good level of consciousness. I don’t think there’s any connection to the tainted drugs that we’ve been dealing with, because we would know that by now.

Thank God. That’s good.

[Theresa burps]

You all right?

You know you guys worrying is a total waste of time because everything’s going to be fine.

It’s going to be fine.

It’s going to be fine.

Hey, you know what we’re going to do? We’re going to go for that car ride now, OK? Come on. It’ll be fun. We’ll go for a car ride, and we’re going to get you out of here. Jada, we need to keep this on the down low, OK?

[Theresa giggles]

Yeah, seriously. After everything she went through with Tate, if this gets out, it’ll kill her.

Oh, my God. Come on, you are so dramatic.

Whoa, whoa. Hey.

Kill me? I’m fine. I can handle anything.

Look, it’s not me that you have to worry about. You’re about to take her out in public. It’s pretty late, but still.

I know.

No, no, you’re right. It’s a little too risky. And we definitely can’t go back to the apartment right now.


Why not?

Why? Because the college kids down the hall, they’re going to be up all night, and Miss Kravitz’s little geriatric dog goes out to pee every two hours.

[laughs] Oh, my God! That dog is so ancient.

I know.

Yeah, it is.

So now what?

Now what? We–we have no choice. We’re going to be here for the night.

[Alex sighs]

Yes, I care about Ava, but not to the detriment of my commitment to this case or my professional integrity. I swear to that, Commissioner.

OK. Good. Good. And for what it’s worth, I’m, uh… I’m sorry things didn’t work out between the two of you.

Thank you.

And also, I have certainly had my fair share of failed relationships, and right now, I’m feeling lucky I got this one, you know. So don’t give up. It’ll, uh, work out, and it gets easier.

[tense music]

[Harris sighs]

Why not? Why can’t we go to the police?

Because one thing I know for sure is that the cops can be more corrupt than the rest of us. You cannot trust them.

What about Harris? Don’t you trust him?

After tonight? Hell no. And after tonight, I did not come home to be interrogated again. Finito!


[sighs] This was your idea of a formalproposal?

Well, I am wearing a tie.

[chuckles] Yeah. I’ll give you that.

So? What do you say?

I say, yes, Johnny DiMera.


Yes, I will marry you.

Yes. OK, all right. Oh, my gosh.

[both chuckle]

[soft dramatic music]

[Chanel chuckles] OK, now this is only temporary, OK?

OK. What is it?

This is an Italian signet ring. My grandfather got it for me for my high school graduation. See, the face is an ancient Roman coin.

[soft dramatic music]

Wow. That is so cool.

But, like I said, it’s only temporary.

[Chanel sighs]

Let me guess. The, um, engagement ring was one of your ducks that you hadn’t gotten in a row yet.

That is correct. But do not worry. You will have a very formal diamond ring on your finger very soon, I promise.

Well, I will cherish this one forever. But I still do expect a big, fat rock really soon, mister.

Sure, yeah.

Yeah, mm-hmm.

And another kiss, right now.

OK, fine.

[both chuckle]

And hey.


What happened to my midnight snack?

Oh, damn. I left a hot fudge sundae melting on the counter.

[Chanel laughs] I’m going to be right back. OK.

[Chanel sighs]

[Chanel gasps excitedly]

Mm! Oh, Johnny.


Tonight has been so romantic and so perfect. And I loved your idea of a formal proposal.

Well, that is a relief, because I was worried it wasn’t going to be formal enough. I thought I was going to have to run down the hall and get my dad’s top hat.

Your dad has a top hat?

Yeah. Yeah, he does.

[Chanel chuckles] He never wears it, but, uh…

[posh British accent] As an upper-class Brit, he keeps it as a sign of his poshness.

[Chanel laughs]

[posh British accent] Oh, but, of course, darling.

I love you so much, my future wife. And I can’t wait to be your husband again.

[Chanel laughs]

And I can’t wait to be your wife again.

[Johnny chuckles] And you know what I was thinking? Maybe… we could get in a little practice for our wedding night.

Oh, now that is an excellent idea.

[Chanel laughs]

She’s looking, like, really sleepy.

Yeah. That’s normal.

[somber music] Well, if anything weird happens, we’ll call like you promised.

Yeah, yeah, absolutely. We’ll call if anything happens.

OK. How long does this stuff last?

I don’t– I don’t know what she took and how long ago she took it. So best guess, it’s going to take a couple hours to get this out of her system, so… we’re going to have to ride this one out.

Well, I think that we have done all that we can do for tonight. We’ll jump back in tomorrow with some fresh eyes, all right?

Yeah, that sounds good. It’s been a frustrating day all the way around.

Yeah? Well, sometimes our searches go south. Happens to the best of us. But we will get to the bottom of it. And, hey, I’m sorry if, um… I know I said your feelings for Ava could potentially undermine your objectivity in this investigation. I appreciate your commitment to it.

[tense music]


Damn it, Wendy. I have to help her.

No, Tripp. We have to help her.

No. No, this is too dangerous. I don’t want you involved, OK? And with all my mom’s bravado, she’s scared. And that woman does not scare easily.

By the way, on a much lighter note, I found the Jenga piece in my suitcase.

Mm. Just wanted to make sure you knew you were taking a piece of me with you.

But I didn’t go. I’m here, Tripp. And just like that game tower, we’re stronger with all our pieces in place. So whatever the danger, we’re in this together.

[dramatic music]

[somber music]


Thank you.


[romantic jazz music playing on speakers]

[Harris sighs]

May I have this dance?

You may.

[music fades]

[tense music]

[Harris sighs]

[somber music] I felt the good in you… the loving, caring person that you are. That’s who I still see.

[Ava shouts]

[Ava sighs]

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