|Wednesday, July 28, 1999
Lexie and the usual suspects plot at the DiMera Mansion.
Lexie: Vivian, I hate lying to Stefano. Two wrongs donít make a right.
Vivian: Ah, but two Wrights make an airplane.
Lexie: I could lose my medical license for this!
Vivian: As if any child of Stefanoís could ever lose a medical license.
Stefano: (arriving) Lexie, thank you for the housecall.
Lexie: It took a little juggling, since now that Mike has Carrie Iím the only working doctor in Salem, but I donít mind. I just hate to see you hurting.
Stefano: Donít worry. I never liked Vivian anyway.
(Lexie leaves and Viv and Nikki put the mood-altering device in Stefanoís scone, which he bites into. Miraculously, it goes into his mouth properly and Viv parades him down the streets of Salem in "up" mode. A very happy Stefano sings the theme from "Barney" for the rest of the show.)
MEANWHILE, Bo wants to take Hope/Gina to dinner in Paris.
Hope/Gina: Cologne? Expensive cologne? Gee, Brady, I like you a lot better when you donít smell like bait.
MEANWHILE, Mike is at the Horton Center.
Mike: Itís hard to sit here in this house, where you and Grandpa were so happy as you watched your children die in wars and car accidents, sleep with each otherís wives, descend into insanity and try to kill each other, nearly marry each other and end up in convents, and presented you with a new generation of Hortons even crazier than they were, and know that you arenít proud of me.
Alice: Michael, you sullied the Horton name. Yes, I can forgive my children and children-in-law and grandchildren who are murderers and such, but what you did was much worse. You had SEX, Michael!
MEANWHILE, Carrie and Austin also have to deal with Mikeís sex life.
Counselor: Can you forgive Carrie?
Austin: How . . . can . . . I . . . forgive . . . her?
Counselor: Were you thinking aloud or do you just not understand the question?
Austin: I . . . canít . . . go . . . five . . . minutes . . . without . . . seeing . . . her . . . and . . . Mike . . . in . . . bed.
Counselor: Thatís because the producers are trying to stretch out the story by showing a lot of flashbacks. Itís normal; nothing to be concerned about.
Austin: How . . . can . . . I . . . say . . . "oh . . . I . . . forgive . . . her?" That . . . sentence . . . has . . . so . . . many . . . words. I . . . canít . . . trust . . . Carrie. I . . . can . . . only . . . trust . . . Sami
. . . who . . . is . . . good . . . and . . . honest.
Counselor: Donít you believe someone can learn from mistakes?
Austin: What . . . do . . . you . . . mean?
Counselor: Well, for example, if you learned that Sami Brady manipulated you once and that was bad, you might not let her do it again.
Carrie: He doesnít believe in that, no.
Counselor: What other problems did you have in your marriage?
Austin: Carrie . . . loves . . . her . . . job. Who . . . would . . . stay . . . with . . . the . . . kids?
Counselor: Thereís no law against the father doing that.
Carrie: Austin, I want to fight for our marriage. But what happened to the fighter I married?
Austin: You . . . made . . . him . . . stop . . . fighting . . . after . . . that . . . acid . . . thing.
Carrie: What have I done?
End of Show
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