GL Transcript Monday 6/8/09

Guiding Light Transcript Monday 6/8/09


Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Tanya

Previously on "Guiding Light"...

Frank: I just put Remy in charge of the investigation to locate the stolen jewels from San Cristobel. Could Remy utilize your talents?

First man: Come on kid, we need to take you up for some questioning.

Lizzie: Wait, I'm sorry, don't you have to wait for the lawyers?

James: I don't need a lawyer.

Lizzie: You will wait for one of the company lawyers?

James: Why? I did it.

First man: Come on.

(Rock music plays)

Natasha: Whoo! And they said there was nothing to see here in Springfield.

Cyrus: You know, if I'm supposed to be working undercover and you keep finding me everywhere I go, someone's bound to see us together.

Natasha: Are you worried that your girlfriend might get jealous?

Cyrus: Actually, I'm trying to worry about you. You don't want to be connected to the diamonds, right? I mean, that's why you're blackmailing me to find them. But if people see us chatting, it might be hard for you to stay anonymous.

Natasha: Well, while I do like you worrying about me, I'll try to keep my distance. It's just going to be so hard.

Cyrus: I know.

Natasha: Find my diamonds.

Cyrus: Yeah, I've got one step closer. I've been assigned-- by the Springfield Police Department-- to work with the officer who's in charge of searching for the diamonds.

Natasha: Don't they know that you're a criminal?

Cyrus: Well, I can be very persuasive. (Laughter)

(Cell phone rings)

Cyrus: Oh. Hey, Frank.

Natasha: Cyrus... call me.

(Cell phone rings)

Remy: Yeah?

Doyle: Hey, Mr. Boudreau. Greg Doyle here.

Remy: Yeah, Doyle so... what's up? What do you want?

Doyle: You and your lovely girlfriend sold me a diamond the other day.

Remy: Yeah.

Doyle: Well, as it turns out, it was very easy for me to unload that particular stone, very high quality. So if it turns out you have any more stones from your girlfriend's engagement ring, I'd be interested.

Remy: That was a one-time thing. We're not getting married. Please don't call me again. (Sighs)

Christina: Hey.

Remy: Hey.

Christina: You know, that was a stroke of sheer genius on Frank's part, pairing you up with a jewel thief to find the missing gem. Cyrus will find those in no time.

Remy: Hope not.

Christina: What?

Remy: He's got a shot.

Christina: I wonder what kind of jobs he pulled when he was a thief? Do you think he'd tell us if we asked him?

Remy: Who knows?

Christina: Do you think that he went to parties and wore tuxedos or he was, like, a cat burglar and jumped from roof to roof? It's kind of sexy.

Remy: Give me my sandwich.

(Cell phone rings)

Remy: Hey, Frank, what's up?

Frank: Hey, Remy, how's it going?

Remy: It's great. What's up, man?

Frank: I just spoke to Cyrus, we're meeting in the park in about 20 minutes. We got to get this investigation going.

Remy: 20 minutes.

Christina: What's in 20 minutes?

Remy: I get to work with the cat burglar.

Christina: Cool, fun.

Buzz: What are those?

Daisy: Oh, um, I took them from... from Towers, for Reva in jail.

Buzz: I thought she was out on bail.

Daisy: She is.

Buzz: Wait a second. I'll take one of those.

Daisy: On, no, no, no, donít. I'm taking them to James.

Buzz: Who is in jail? He got himself into a pretty big mess.

Daisy: Yeah. I feel like it's my fault.

Buzz: Of course.

Phillip: Beth! Beth, wait a minute. Look, Beth, listen to me. I... I... I just want him to be safe and happy.

Beth: Well, he's not going to be safe and happy in prison, and that's where you just sent him.

Phillip: James put himself in this position.

Beth: Okay, okay. He made some mistakes.

Phillip: No, they weren't mistakes. No, they werenít. These were calculated choices. He was coolly and deliberately stealing money from innocent people with no remorse.

Beth: You make him sound like he's some kind of criminal.

Phillip: Well, his actions were criminal. And I... no, listen, I thought I could take care of it if I took the fall for him, you know? I thought maybe this family knowing what he had done would be enough for him to learn a lesson, but it wasnít.

Beth: How do you know? You didn't even give him a chance. That's the point.

Phillip: Yes, I did. I did give him a chance. I told him I would take the fall for him. A couple hours later, he was out doing it again. Yes! He started a new fund. He was stealing new money from more people.

Beth: He did it again?

Phillip: Right out in the open. And when I caught him, he acted like it was no big deal. See, I think the only way for him to see the enormity of his actions is if he pays some consequences.

Beth: By sending him to prison? By ruining his life?

Phillip: You didn't see him. It's like he's got no feeling about what he's doing. I'm afraid if the consequences aren't big, it's not going to shake him up enough.

Beth: But prison, no. Prison is too much. It will change the kind of man he is.

Phillip: You don't want him to be the kind of man he is.

Bill: Uh, yeah, I guess it wasn't much of a party without us, huh?

Lizzie: Never is.

Bill: No.

Alan: Elizabeth, are you... are you all right?

Lizzie: Well, this is certainly not the party I thought it was going to be. But Bill and I are fine. We have each other.

Alan: Well, I'm very sorry that your brother hurt you the way he did. But I want you to know that I am taking a firm hand with James so that this will never happen again.

Lizzie: Granddad, I'm angry at him, I am. I am very angry at him. And I think that he should pay somehow. But I just... I wouldn't wish you on him. I think he needs some time to figure out who he is and, I don't know, without all the Spaulding baggage.

Alan: You know, everyone complains about being a Spaulding until they need help. The second this happened, your mother called me for assistance.

Bill: She knows that you still have the money to pay off the judges. I guess. All right, let's go.

Lizzie: Granddad, just leave him alone. He's certainly going to have enough to deal with.

James: Guard! The agents said they had some more questions.

Phillip: I don't know about the agents, but I've got a few questions for you.

(Cell phone rings)

Remy: What's up, Dad?

Clayton: I just came to the bank, finished signing the new mortgage. I just wanted to thank you again. I don't know where you got the money. I... I don't need to know. But I want you to know that I'll pay back every penny. We'll set up a payment plan. Weekly, monthly, whatever you want. I don't have much extra, but now that you saved the house, things should get back to normal.

Remy: Yeah, I can't wait for things to get back to normal. But hey, yeah, I have a meeting I got to get to. So I'll call you back later, okay?

Frank: Cyrus, have you seen Remy?

Cyrus: Not yet.

Remy: I'm here, I'm here.

Frank: All right. Good. All right, fellas, here's the deal. I put together a list of pawnshops and fencers in Springfield. So go ahead and take a look at that.

Cyrus: Well, this guy's gone to Mexico. This pawnshop's a bakery now. And this guy's been arrested. By you, I think, Frank.

Frank: Well, will you look at that? Nicely done, you just saved me a bunch of time. I think this might work out after all. Don't you think, Remy, huh? Keep me posted.

Buzz: There's a diet soda if you'd rather.

Daisy: Milk is fine.

Buzz: So? So, are you going to give me details or are you going to leave at the dramatic, "It's all my fault."

Daisy: You really want to know?

Buzz: I'm asking.

Daisy: Well, James asked me to make him a fake I.D. so he could start up another fund, and I did.

Buzz: Oh, well that's great.

Daisy: Yeah, and Phillip caught us. And now James is in jail.

Buzz: Oh, you know, he's not in jail because of the fake I.D. He committed some real crimes.

Daisy: Yeah, I know, but I helped him.

Buzz: You didn't take any money, did you?

Daisy: No, I just made the I.D.

Buzz: Honey, this is a little bigger than you understand. And the U.S. Government. People are going to take it seriously.

Daisy: Is James going to go to prison, you think?

Buzz: He's a Spaulding. He'll be out in two days.

Bill: Just think, a few hours ago I was on one knee proposing. Couldn't wait to marry you.

Lizzie: I couldn't wait either. Now I just want to take a shower.

Bill: You don't want to marry me?

Lizzie: Not today.

Bill: No?

Lizzie: Uh-uh.

Bill: Okay, I guess you don't have to marry me today. But maybe you could let me take a shower with you.

Lizzie: Fine, deal.

Alan: Oops, hold the elevator.

Bill: Oh, dagnabit, you couldn't take the other elevator?

Alan: No, because I'm in a hurry. I have to get down to the jail before the... before the attorney arrives. Beth is waiting for me.

Lizzie: You know, going after Mom now that Dad's back is really wrong.

Alan: My family needs me. Beth needs me right now. And so does your brother, James.

James: I'm not talking to you.

Phillip: Okay. Then I'll do all the talking. I know you're angry with me.

James: Oh, you think?

Phillip: I thought you weren't talking.

James: Go to hell.

Phillip: Been there. Been to hell, been to jail, hated my father. Nothing you're going through that I haven't already been through.

James: Yeah, yeah, I know. You had to walk 20 miles to school every day, in the rain, in the snow.

Phillip: No, I was a spoiled rotten little brat just like you, and our driver dropped me off.

James: Nice.

Phillip: I want to explain to you why I did what I did. I know I made mistakes with you. I made mistakes with all my kids. So I realize that some of your issues are my fault, and I take responsibility for the part that is mine. But son, you have got to take responsibility for the part that is yours. See, I don't think you really comprehend what it is that you've done. It seems like there's something missing in you that allows you to feel empathy for other people, and maybe that's because of the lack of relationship that you and I....

James: Shut up, okay! You're an arrogant, lying prick, okay?

Phillip: James.

James: Stop, stop! Okay, you got what you wanted, all right. I'm going to be gone. I'm going to be out of here. I'm the kid you didn't love. The kid that you didn't want around, so everything's going to be okay for you now, okay? Because you're not going to have to deal with me for a long, long time.

Phillip: Good. You can feel something. Hey, I was afraid you couldnít. But as long as you can, as long as those emotions are there, son, we can fix this.

James: There's not going to be any fixing. I don't want anything to do with you. Go. Go!

(Rock music plays)

Remy: All right, so let's start at the top of the list.

Cyrus: Are you going to do your police search alphabetically? No wonder the S.P.D. never catches anyone. You need to go through this list and see who the hot leads are. Well, the two most obvious ones are Rocky Dissina, although he usually likes whole jewelry pieces. And Greg Doyle, who tries to act legit.

Remy: You know what? Forget about the list. Let's just go to the river and start at the scene of the crime.

Cyrus: Well, isn't that where Edmund was murdered?

Remy: Yes.

Cyrus: So how do we know that's where the crime took place? I mean, the jewels could have been taken any time that Edmund was in Springfield. I say we start with Doyle first.

Remy: Okay. All right, well let's split up. I mean, he's not going to talk to me, I'm a cop.

Cyrus: True.

Christina: Hi, I know I'm early, but Remy had to go work on a police assignment. Frank actually put him on a case with Cyrus Foley.

Daisy: With the police department?

Christina: Uh-huh. It's actually pretty interesting. They are looking for a whole bunch of stolen jewels.

Daisy: Oh, Cyrus should be good at that.

Christina: Can you get off early? I'll help you clean up and we can go see a movie.

Daisy: God, I don't know if I can sit through a movie right now. I'm pretty freaked out about James.

Christina: What happened?

Daisy: He's in jail.

Phillip: Please go home. My son is having enough trouble. He doesn't need you swooping in.

Alan: Phillip, Phillip, don't you worry. I have no intention of coming between you and James in this marvelous bonding situation you've set up with him.

Phillip: Do you... do you think this is easy? I had to find some way to show him the depth of the mistake that he has made.

Alan: Believe me, I understand that. Sometimes fathers have to take desperate measures to stop their sons from spiraling out of control. Let me know if I can help in any way.

Phillip: We'll be fine.

Alan: I know you will be fine. But I'm concerned about Beth. You take care of James, and I'll take care of Beth.

James: Like I said, man, I'm sorry, okay? I didn't mean anything personal. Your name just had a lot of street cred.

Bill: Yeah, I guess I'm a powerful guy, huh?

James: Are you going to yell at me?

Bill: I'm not going to yell at you.

James: Okay, the big brother talk. It's even worse, but I guess I deserve it.

Bill: Well, I don't think you deserve anything. Maybe being a member of your own family is punishment enough.

James: That's what I'm saying.

Bill: Now, look, what you did was stupid. It was illegal, could have got me in a lot of trouble, but I get it. Because to tell you the truth, if I was a member of your family I'd probably do anything I had to do to get out myself.

James: Thatís... thatís...

Bill: All right, don't get carried away, okay? We're not bonding over this, all right? I'm just here to tell you that I will get over it. But it's not going to be so easy for your sister. She loves you. She cares about you, and you hurt her. Don't do that. Don't hurt her.

James: Lizzie and I...

Bill: No, no, listen to me. Don't hurt your sister ever again. Because next time, I might not be so forgiving. (Rock music plays)

Alan: James's lawyer is on his way.

Beth: Thank you.

Alan: Beth, are you all right?

Beth: I failed him.

Alan: You have not failed James.

Beth: I just... (crying) I wanted to protect him the way that I was never able to protect Lizzie. He just... he seemed to be doing so well.

Alan: Beth, it's natural for a mother to want to protect her son.

Beth: But what about Phillip? You know, I would think that Phillip would want to protect him, too.

Alan: Phillip has his own a agenda. He always has. But Beth, you and I will keep this family together.

Clayton: Enjoying the air?

Phillip: Oh, just catching my breath.

Clayton: Yeah, I guess you got a lot going on. I'm Clayton Boudreau, Mel's father.

Phillip: Yeah, yeah, of course. How are you?

Clayton: I'm all right. How are you?

Phillip: Oh, I've been better. My son is in jail.

Clayton: I know. I'm one of the people he stole money from.

Remy: I got your message, Frank. What's up?

Frank: Just wanted to check in on the new team.

Remy: Well, we decided to split up.

Frank: Keep me posted.

Remy: Will do.

Lizzie: Hey.

Remy: Hey, you look like you've been running hard.

Lizzie: Yeah, I had to do something to get the bad day off.

Remy: Yeah. Mine's still going on.

Lizzie: I don't think it could possibly be as bad as mine. My brother used my fiancťís name to steal money from innocent people. And then was arrested at my engagement party.

Remy: (Laughs) Yeah, I heard about that. My dad was one of those innocent people he stole from.

Lizzie: Uh... I'm really sorry. Is... is everything okay?

Remy: Yeah. Yeah, he almost lost his house, but I was able to pay the mortgage.

Lizzie: Really? Where did you get that kind of money?

Cyrus: Look, Mr. Doyle, I just got back into town and I'm wondering if you've heard of any good opportunities, that's all?

Doyle: I'm just a businessman.

Cyrus: I know that. But I also know that sometimes you provide information so that people can bring you the kind of business you're looking for.

Doyle: Does this mean you're going back to work?

Cyrus: If the right situation presented itself, I could revisit my checkered past.

Doyle: Well, then, I did get a stone in here the other day that was not from a regular jewelry store. It was primo. I was lucky to get my hands on it.

Cyrus: Who brought it in?

Doyle: Some kid. He was going to use it in an engagement ring. He didn't know what he had. I tell you something, stones like that don't come around by themselves. Wherever that one came from, there are more to be found.

Cyrus: Did you get a name?

Doyle: I got to make you do some of the work.

Daisy: Brought you cake. Sorry, there's no file in it or anything, it's just the stuff from Towers.

James: You brought me your grandma's cake?

Daisy: Yeah. She's gone and you're still in here.

James: Two forks?

Daisy: It's good cake. So, um, what's going to happen?

James: I don't know. I've never been to prison before.

Daisy: Yeah, I know. I was in juvie and it wasn't so bad. But, um, well, Rafe said that prison was a little tougher.

James: Yeah. If I end up there, will you bring me cake?

Daisy: Maybe.

James: It's not bad.

Daisy: It's pretty good.

Phillip: How much did you lose?

Clayton: I nearly lost my home.

Phillip: Listen, I can go to the bank today and get you whatever you need.

Clayton: There's no emergency. My son stepped up for me, of course, now I owe him thousands of dollars instead of the bank.

Phillip: Well, I will get that money back to you as soon as possible.

Clayton: I'm glad to hear it.

Phillip: I'm sorry that this happened to you. My son made a mistake.

Clayton: You know, it'll be a mistake if you don't take it more seriously. Look, my son's all right now but he had his rough years. And I wish I could go back and take a stronger hand with him. Save him a lot of pain. Your kid didn't get here on his own. When kids mess up this big, it usually goes back to the parents. But you've got a chance, right now, to take a stronger hand. Your kid hurt a lot of people. I was one of them. I nearly lost everything. Make him stop or you'll regret it for the rest of your life.

Buzz: What are you doing?

Christina: I came by to get Daisy to go to a movie, but she ran off to see James.

Buzz: Oh, you mean the James she claims she doesn't like.

Christina: Who else?

Buzz: I hope your love life is doing better than hers.

Christina: Actually, it's pretty good.

Buzz: Yeah?

Christina: Remy keeps proposing. I keep saying no, and we've never been better.

Buzz: So you never want to get married again?

Christina: Not yet. We're better divorced. Although it was difficult to say no when he has a big diamond shining in my face.

Buzz: Remy got you a ring?

Christina: No, no, just a big loose diamond. He was going to let me choose the setting. Isn't that thoughtful?

Buzz: So what is he going to do with this big loose diamond? He's just going to keep it until you're ready to get married?

Christina: No.

Buzz: Say yes?

Christina: No, he sold it to help his father. Isn't he the greatest guy?

Cyrus: Yeah, that Remy, he's amazing.

Frank: Oh, hey, Remy.

Remy: Hey, I want to talk to you. I don't think this thing with Cyrus is going to work out, okay? I can't be baby-sitting a jewel thief when I'm trying to do police work.

Frank: Come on, you can handle it.

Remy: How do we know he's not going to use the contacts to get information to break the law himself?

Frank: Well, how do you know he won't use his contacts to help you solve the case?

Remy: I don't think it's a good idea, Frank.

Frank: You may be right. But let me think about it, okay?

Remy: (Sighs)

Bill: No, no, don't, stop, I like you in that position. That's nice.

Lizzie: How did you know I was here?

Bill: They told me you went for a run.

Lizzie: Where did you go?

Bill: I went to talk to your brother, James.

Lizzie: Oh, good, did you yell at him?

Bill: No, no, no need to yell at him. In fact, I think James and I understand one another.

Lizzie: Really?

Bill: Yeah.

Lizzie: What do you understand?

Bill: Well, if he ever hurts you again, I told him that I would chop his head off.

Lizzie: (Laughs)

Bill: It's true.

Lizzie: Oh, okay, good.

Bill: I did.

Lizzie: Good... no, no, no. I'm sweaty, disgusting.

Bill: Sweaty and disgusting?

Lizzie: Yeah.

Bill: I love sweaty and disgusting. I really, really do. Really.

Phillip: I just ran into somebody that you stole from. Almost lost his house. Family could have been left homeless because of you.

James: Are you going to do this every day? Come in here and tell me how disappointed you are with me?

Phillip: I might.

James: I'd rather go to prison.

Phillip: Don't you care? Don't you care about these people that you hurt? My God, it scares the hell out of me that you can be this indifferent.

Beth: Stop this. Stop talking to him like that.

Phillip: Beth, I'm trying to get him to understand what he's done.

Beth: By... by kicking him when he's down? He's behind bars, isn't that punishment enough?

Phillip: Let's not do this in front of him. Come on.

Beth: Haven't you hurt him enough? Do you have to tell him how much you disapprove of him every time you see him?

Phillip: What do you want me to do? Do you want me to act like everything is okay? Because I can't do that. I have to find some way to show him what he's done.

Beth: He knows what he did. He's not going to do it again.

Phillip: He did do it again! Beth, don't you understand? He doesn't care that he hurts these people. He's like my father. He can walk over people without noticing. I am not going to let him turn into Alan.

Beth: He is not the one turning into Alan, trying to control everyone around him. That would be you.

Alan: Where's Beth?

Phillip: She just left.

Alan: I wanted us to talk to the lawyer before we went back to see James.

Phillip: I'm sure she'll be back. Here she is.

Alan: Oh, Mr. Lyons, I want you to meet Beth Raines. This is James' mother.

Beth: Thank you so much for coming down. I'll take you back to... what is this?

Officer: It's time for his arraignment.

Beth: No, no, this is unacceptable. He has not had a chance to talk to his attorney yet.

Officer: The judge is available right now.

Mr. Lyons: Hello, James, I'm Mr. Lyons, I'll be representing you.

Beth: This shouldn't be happening.

Alan: Beth, I will get you and James through this ordeal, I promise.

Christina: So, when you were stealing jewels, did you climb into people's windows or hang out at safety deposit boxes?

Cyrus: No, no, just went to a lot of cocktail parties and stood close to a lot of beautiful women. And ever so gently, I would remove a set earrings or a necklace, and I'd do it so delicately that they never even notice. You like that?

Christina: I do. (Laughs)

Remy: Hey, partner. You should be working, right?

Christina: I'm sorry, it's my fault. I... I asked him about the gems.

Cyrus: Yeah, I mean, not too many of us get the chance to know what it feels like to get away with something like that, right, partner?

Christina: I have an order to pick up in the kitchen. So I'll let you guys get to work.

Cyrus: Oh.

Christina: Oh.

Remy: So you got anything?

Cyrus: Yeah, I found out quite a lot. Spent a good deal of the afternoon swapping stories with Christina. But before that, I did get a good tidbit from Doyle. Apparently, some dimwit brought in a loose diamond, said it was for his girl's engagement ring. Very high quality. I mean, my guess is a stone like that's probably part of the collection we're looking for. What do you think? ( Cell phone rings)

Remy: It's Frank. Hey, Frank.

Frank: Remy, I thought about what you said. I think you might be right. Controlling Foley may be more work than what it's worth, so cut him loose.

Remy: No, no, no, I've reconsidered. He's got a lot of information. And I don't want him on his own. He might mess things up. Yeah, I want to keep an eye on Cyrus Foley.

Lizzie: That feels good.

Bill: Feels good to me, too. (Cell phone rings)

Lizzie: It's my mom. I can't deal with this right now.

Bill: Here, I will take it. I'll take it. Hello? You have reached Lizzieís phone. Is this my sweet, sweet, mother-in-law to be?

Lizzie: (Laughs)

Beth: Is Lizzie there?

Bill: Of course, she's here. That's why you've reached her phone.

Beth: May I speak to her, please?

Bill: She's actually in the middle of a massage right now, so can I have her get back to you?

Beth: Well, tell her to finish up and get down here to the courthouse. James is about to be arraigned, and the judge needs to see that we are unified as a family.

Bill: Okey-dokey, I will do that. Bye-bye. Your mother wants you to go down to the courthouse for Jamesís arraignment.

Lizzie: After what he did to us, she thinks that we should show up and support him?

Bill: Whatever you want to do, it's your call.

Lizzie: Then we're not going. Are we?

Bill: I would rather not. I'd much rather do this.

Lizzie: Me too. Massage!

Bill: Massage.

Buzz: This roof! This roof, this roof takes so much work. It is such a mess.

Daisy: Huh, just like my life.

Buzz: Oh yeah, how was James?

Daisy: Is it that obvious? Is it, like, written on my face that I was with him?

Buzz: No, Christina told me.

Daisy: Oh. I don't even know why I went. His life is such a mess right now. I don't want to be involved with that. And he's a Spaulding.

Buzz: Uh-huh. It's okay to like him.

Daisy: No, it's not. His family hates me. And I hate them.

Beth: I called Lizzie.

Alan: Is she on her way?

Beth: I left a message. What did I miss?

Phillip: The judge is just reviewing documents.

Alan: Don't worry, Beth, it's going to be okay.

Judge: These are some pretty serious crimes you've committed, young man. You come from a wealthy family. I'm sure they provide everything that you need. What reason would you have to take all this money?

James: I don't know. I... I wanted out.

Judge: Well, it's quite an elaborate scheme that you came up with. If it wasn't completely illegal I'd be congratulating you on your business savvy. Unfortunately, you hurt a lot of people. But there was no violence and your family is here to support you today. So, if I were to send you home with them before the trial, can I count on you to behave?

James: Absolutely, your Honor. I... I promise I won't hurt anyone else.

Judge: All right then. I'm going to set a reasonable bail and then allow young Mr. Spaulding...

Phillip: Your Honor, may I speak? I found out about this situation before I brought it to the attention of the authorities. And when I confronted my son, he looked me in the eye-- as he did with you just now-- and he promised me that he would stop. And then he immediately started a new fund and was prepared to take more money from innocent people. So I think that releasing him right now would not only do a disservice to the community, but more importantly, to my son, who has obviously learned nothing from his mistake.

Judge: Thank you, Mr. Spaulding. It's rare that a parent is willing to take such a hard line when his child's future is at stake. Bail is denied. James Spaulding, you're remanded to the Springfield jail until a trial date is set. Court is adjourned. (Gavel pounds)

Beth: Are you crazy? It'll be okay, honey. It's going to be okay.

Alan: Don't worry, James, your mother and I will get you out of here.

Phillip: Son?

James: Don't call me that.

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Mallet: Look, would you just talk to Shayne?

Marina: You are asking me to spy on my friends.

Shayne: Let me get this straight. So Mallet persuaded you to come talk to me to persuade my mom to confess. Am I understanding that right?

Mallet: So you still think Reva was set up? Who would be trying to set her up?

Jeffrey: Well, we can't rule out Josh or Shayne.

Shayne: Any of us could have done it, really.

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