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Nick: Hey, Mom. I am so sorry. My meeting ran long.
Nikki: Oh, sweetheart, that's all right. I'm curious what this is all about.
Nick: Well, would you believe some good news for a change?
Nikki: Well, that's good. Does this involve Sharon?
Sherry: Nick, I'm sorry to interrupt, but I just heard back from the cruise people.
Sherry: Everything is taken care of, and you set sail from Nassau later today.
Nick: Nice! Sherry, way to make that happen.
Nikki: What are you up to?
Nick: I am going to erase any doubts in Sharon's mind about my feelings for her, so I am taking her on that trip I was planning last year.
Nikki: A week in the Caribbean?
Nick: Sailing, soaking up the rays, long nights under the stars. And if that doesn't show her where my heart is --
Nikki: Honey, I think this is wonderful.
Nick: I'm glad you approve.
Nikki: Not only do I approve, I'm very impressed that you got this together so quickly.
Nick: Well, let's just say I'm very, very motivated.
Nikki: Well, you still have to sell Sharon on this. She's been in such a negative place.
Nick: I don't care, Mom. She's gonna listen to me. I mean, I'll kidnap her if I have to. We need to get back in touch with what we really mean to each other before it's too late.
[Knock at door]
Diego: Yeah, I'll be right there. Sharon?
Sharon: Hi. Can I come in?
Diego: What's wrong?
Sharon: I don't know what I'm doing here. I don't know if this is right. I'm sorry, Diego. You know what? I'm just gonna go.
Diego: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on, hold on. When I saw you earlier today, you were happy. What happened? Didn't your lawyer's meeting with Nick go well?
Sharon: Chris was talking about keeping hope alive. I guess Nick has her fooled, too.
Diego: Fooled her about what?
Sharon: About everything. My husband's having an affair, Diego. He's cheating on me -- again!
J.T.: So what's it gonna be, babe?
Danielle: What are you yammering about now, J.T.?
J.T.: This summer. You nailed down your spot in the Glow by Jabot house yet?
Danielle: Look, we both know you're only pushing for that for your own stupid reasons. I have no interest in being an internet star.
J.T.: Right, like I believe that. Anyway, if I were you, I wouldn't turn it down so fast. Whatever's going down with you and Abbott, once summer kicks in, you can stop pretending.
J.T.: Yeah, that you and Billy are sweethearts.
Danielle: Who says we're pretending?
J.T.: Whatever. Look, it's a good gig -- big bucks, fame, all sorts of perks. Not to mention it's a heck of a way to spend your summer.
Danielle: I don't know why you're pushing for this so hard. It's not like you're gonna do me any favors.
J.T.: Fine. Be that way. But if I were you, I'd give it some serious thought.
John: Well, well. Hey, look at that.
Jack: Come meet your grandson.
John: Quite a picture there.
Jack: Oh, you know what? This is your grandfather, and you are one lucky boy, 'cause as grandfathers go, he's about as good as they get. You want to hold him?
John: Well, hello there. How are you, young man?
Jack: He's not big on words right now, but I'll tell you, he gets that look in his eye and Dad, I have come to love this kid so much so quickly.
John: I can see why. I think he's a chip off the old block. He's a little active.
Jack: Oh, yeah. He's an active one, yeah. Yeah. So any word on Ash?
John: Uh, no, which means everything probably went well with the radiation treatment.
Jack: Or we would have heard something, right?
John: I'm sure. Hey, tell me, how does your wife feel about the baby's visit?
Jack: Don't you start on me, too, okay?
John: Oh, my goodness!
Jack: My God. Phyllis and I are doing fine. We're doing just fine.
John: Hi. Hey, you. Hey, look at this guy. Boy, you think you're gonna fly to the moon, huh? [Laughs]
Phyllis: Are you okay?
Sean: What do you think?
Phyllis: Well, I don't know. I've never seen you so down. What's wrong?
Sean: It's Jill.
Phyllis: Oh, what's going on now?
Sean: She turned down my marriage proposal again.
Phyllis: And you're upset about that? Sorry, okay? Listen, I'm not gonna diss the woman you love, especially when you're so upset about it, so --
Sean: Thank you.
Phyllis: Listen, Sean, I have to tell you something. I do not understand the way that woman's mind works, turning down somebody who is so romantic and attentive. I think it's her loss. I wish Jack and I had such problems.
Sean: Come on. That man's crazy about you.
Phyllis: Yeah. It's not all moonlight and roses.
Sean: What do you mean? You're not still dealing with that custody business, are you?
Phyllis: Yeah. Unfortunately, I still am. It's a laugh a minute.
Sean: Did something happen since the last time we talked?
Phyllis: Yeah. I left here. I felt great for once and I went home and who did I see but Jack, Diane and their offspring standing there in my living room. It was a great family picture. It made me want to puke.
Sean: Come on. But I can't believe for one minute that woman's a threat to you.
Phyllis: You have no idea what this woman does to me -- none. Especially having her around all the time if Jack wins custody.
Sean: Well, you'd better get used to it. Sounds like she and her rugrat will be in the picture no matter what. Or am I wrong about that?
Phyllis: Can you keep this in the vault?
Sean: Locked tight away.
Phyllis: Listen, as much as I don't want to deprive Jack, this isn't the only kid he can have, and I'm gonna see to that somehow, someway, believe me. But until then, this is war.
Sean: Well, knowing you as I do, my money's on you. Don't self-destruct in the process, okay?
Phyllis: I'm not going to do that. I'm going to handle this very carefully.
Sean: What's your battle strategy?
Phyllis: Well, it's still in the beginning stages, but you know what they say - "where there's a will, there's a way." And there's definitely a will. I am not going to let Diane Jenkins ruin what Jack and I have. It's just not gonna happen.
Ralph: Come on, baby. Just give me a chance.
Amanda: A chance to do what?
Ralph: A chance to prove how much I still love you. I do love you, baby, now more than ever. Okay, look, I don't blame you for being a little gun shy, especially after that rough patch we went through last year.
Amanda: Look, I don't want to go into that.
Ralph: Okay, fine. Fine. I just want you to know, I regret like hell all the arguments, all the misunderstandings. I should have never walked away from what we had.
Amanda: Ralph, why are you bringing all this up right now?
Ralph: I made a mistake, and I know I should have toughed it out and fought for you. I was just hoping -- Amanda, I'm pouring my heart out here. Can't you at least look at me? I realize I have a lot to make up for, and if you'll let me, I -- come on, baby. I can see it in your eyes. Despite everything that's happened, you still feel something for me.
Amanda: Ralph, look, with that breakup, okay, it hurt us both, all right? We said things, and we did things. But so much in my life has changed right now, and I'm in a place where I belong and with people who need me.
Ralph: I need you, okay? Don't do this to me. Don't do this to us, darling.
Amanda: I -- I can't go away with you. I can't. Just understand that.
Ralph: Okay. I understand. I'm getting the old kiss-off.
Amanda: No. No, it's not like that.
Ralph: And now you expect me to disappear, just like that. Right, Amanda?
Billy: So how'd you find out your stepdad was in Tucson?
Mackenzie: Larry helped my mom figure it out. He saw how upset we both were, so he made a few calls. Turns out whoever's been stalking me, there's no way it could have been Ralph.
Billy: Well, thank God about that.
Billy: Still --
Mackenzie: I know. If not Ralph, then who?
Billy: Look, Mac, it's really important that you believe I would never do something like this. We meant too much to each other. And the good times that I spent with you were really special to me. I know things didn't work out, but for you to think that I could try and get back at you by playing with your head -- I would never hurt you that way, Mac, not ever.
Mackenzie: You're right. You wouldn't hurt me that way. I was wrong to accuse you. I'm sorry, Billy, really sorry.
Isabella: Diane, I'm so happy you stopped by. It's good to see a friendly face.
Diane: Thank you. So, how are things with you? Everything okay with the baby?
Isabella: I haven't had any more false alarms.
Diane: Well, that's good. And what about you and Paul?
Isabella: Well, he hasn't moved out any of his things, but I haven't heard from him either.
Diane: What do you think that means?
Isabella: I'm not sure.
Diane: Well, you seem a bit calmer.
Isabella: I'm trying. It's hard, very hard. You don't know you how many times I've picked up the phone second-guessing the ultimatum I gave him. I know, I know. "Don't call. It wouldn't be smart."
Diane: Especially since you're holding all the cards -- well, a very important ace anyway.
Isabella: Enough about me. How are things with you?
Diane: Well, if I do say so myself, giving Jack temporary visitation has worked like a charm.
Isabella: Father and son are bonding?
Diane: Mmm-hmm, while I keep finding ways to get to Phyllis.
Isabella: Sounds like you have it all figured out.
Diane: Still, I have to be careful though. One false move and I could lose everything.
Isabella: Diane, you are much too clever to let that happen. Besides, the way things are going, you can forget the hearing. Jack may soon be dumping his wife to free himself up for Kyle and for you.
Diane: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Whoa, whoa, no, I don't want to get too far ahead of myself. A lot of pieces still have to fall into place for anything like that to happen.
Sydney Gorman: Ah, it's me.
Diane: Hello? Oh, no. That soon? Yes, I understand, but I am not happy about this, not one bit.
Isabella: Diane, what is it?
Nikki: Well, I assume that you want me to watch the kids.
Nick: Yeah. I was kind of hoping you, Doris and Miguel could kind of team watch them, you know? I've already talked to them. They're in.
Nikki: Oh, well, count me in, too. Absolutely.
Nick: Cool. Thank you. Um, I'm sorry for springing this on you last second. It's just there have been so many misunderstandings between Sharon and me lately, I just want to do this, you know, before anything new can happen.
Nikki: Of course. I understand. So, when are you leaving?
Nick: Well, I have to talk to the kids, so I'm gonna swing by Noah's play group and tell him and then go to Walnut and tell Cassie and then go to the coffee house and spring around Sharon.
Nikki: Boy, I hope she doesn't find a reason to balk at this.
Nick: You mean you might think she's being pressured because I didn't consult her?
Nikki: This is such a romantic gesture. She'd be crazy to turn you down.
Nick: Yeah. Maybe I should call her, you know, and drop a few hints, see what kind of reaction I get.
Sharon: Oh, great. It's Nick, just what I need.
Diego: You're not gonna talk to him?
Sharon: Why should I? So he can try and lie his way out of this like he did before?
Diego: Sharon, I don't know what happened, but --
Sharon: I told you what happened. My husband's having an affair on me!
Diego: I thought he explained that to you.
Sharon: No, I'm not talking about the woman in the coffee house. I'm talking about another woman that Nick slept with years ago thinking I would never find out. Yeah. You know, this isn't a first for him. Nick slept with her and then swore that it would never happen again. You know, it took months for me to trust him again. It took months of listening to him tell me how sorry he was and how much he loved me. And now --
Diego: And you're absolutely sure of this?
Sharon: Yes, I'm sure.
Diego: You found them together?
Sharon: If you mean did I catch them in bed together, no.
Diego: Then how can you say --?
Sharon: I don't have to have seen them with their arms around each other to know that it's true! Nick is seeing that bitch again, and I'm sure of it!
Diane: That was my lawyer. The next hearing is set for tomorrow, and it's going to be a big one. There's going to be testimony, and it could get ugly, very ugly, which is just not what I need right now.
Isabella: You were hoping to make more progress with Jack before this point?
Diane: If only I could have had a few more weeks, but obviously, it's not going to happen.
Isabella: Somewhere you need to be?
Diane: Uh, Kyle is with Jack, so it's time for me to go pick him up.
Isabella: Diane, look, I know you didn't have as much time as you would have liked, but I'm sure you'll make the most of it one way or another.
Jack: You bounce here. I'm gonna talk to Grandfather.
John: All right. Okay.
Jack: [Laughs] Listen, I'm sorry I took your head off earlier.
John: Jack, Jack, Jack, it's all right. Look, I realized I touched a nerve when I mentioned Phyllis.
Jack: Dad, the truth is, it's not going that well. It's not that she's not trying. It's -- Dad, I love this woman so much; I hate what I'm putting her through. I hate it. I think about it, and what choice do I have? Especially when I look at him, and God, I feel like I'm getting closer to him by the minute. I guess I'm just hoping over time that Phyllis will bond with him the way I have. Yeah. Yeah, that's the answer. That would be the best thing in the world.
John: Well then, take advantage of Kyle's visits. You know, get her more involved.
Jack: Oh, Dad, I've tried. I told her about today. I asked her to stick around. She just -- I don't know. She can't do it. Hey! What a nice surprise. I'd almost given up on you.
Phyllis: You said you wanted me to be here, so I'm here. Hi, John.
Phyllis: How's Ashley doing?
Billy: Okay. So now that you've accepted it wasn't me, maybe there's some way we can find out who it could be.
Billy: Well, one person comes to mind.
Billy: J.T. Look, Mac, I'm not saying that he would do it to freak you out. I'm saying he would do it to make you think it was me, which is exactly what happened.
Mackenzie: Look, Billy, I know you two can't stand each other, but I don't think --
Billy: Mac, the guy's been doing other things lately to stick it to me. I wouldn't put it past the jerk to -- what?
Mackenzie: I don't think it's J.T.
Billy: Oh. Oh, so you're saying it's easier to accuse me than him?
Mackenzie: No, but I was with J.T. when one of the incidents happened. We were together right here. He went charging up into the flies to look for whoever it was.
Billy: Only he didn't find anybody, did he?
Mackenzie: Well, what are you getting at?
Billy: What if he had somebody helping him? So when he ran up there, supposedly didn't find anybody, he was staring right at that person.
Mackenzie: I don't know, Billy. It just doesn't seem likely, especially because he and I were --
Billy: Well, you were what?
Mackenzie: Well, how would J.T. have known that I would blame you?
Billy: Look, Mac, you keep saying you didn't imagine this. I believe you. You need answers, Mac. You keep running into a bunch of dead ends.
Amanda: Ralph, I'm sorry you're upset, but hey, at least we got to clear the air.
Ralph: No, we haven't, Amanda -- not really.
Amanda: I don't understand.
Ralph: Well, you still believe those things that Mac accused me of, that I'm some kind of pervert.
Amanda: Look, I don't think we should get into that.
Ralph: Why? It makes you feel uncomfortable? Well, baby, it makes me sick knowing that you bought into that lie.
Amanda: Ralph, please --
Ralph: When Mac split, spouting all those accusations about me, you shrugged them off. You said it showed how messed up she was, turning on me when I was only trying to help her. You remember saying that, don't you?
Amanda: Yeah, I remember.
Ralph: Yeah, and you apologized, because you knew she only targeted me because I always defended you every time you two were having those arguments. You haven't forgotten that, have you?
Amanda: Look, I don't think we should be getting into this, all right? And besides, you and I, we had our share of arguments, Ralph, about Mackenzie.
Ralph: Yeah, that was after she took off.
Amanda: And I missed her. I missed her so much, and I wanted to go and find her, and you fought me on that, remember?
Ralph: Yeah. And you said if you found her, and she stuck to her story, you'd walk away. Those were your words, Amanda, your exact words.
Amanda: Yes. Yes, they were. But I didn't know where to find her. I was half out of my mind, and Ralph, by sheer accident, I learned where she was.
Ralph: What, so then you just hightailed it to Genoa City? What, right off the bat, you told her you believed her?
Amanda: I had to. I had the door slammed in my face before I got two words out. Ralph, I had no choice.
John: So, since I haven't heard anything, no news is good news.
Phyllis: Right. You know, I doubt that Ashley is gonna want to, you know, make dinner or go to a restaurant after her day today.
John: Do you have something in mind?
Phyllis: Uh, yeah. You know, actually, I was thinking of whipping up a casserole and bringing it over to Ashley and Brad's, you know, have it waiting for them.
Jack: Wow! That is such a sweet idea. How about instead of going over there though they come over here for dinner? I mean, that way Ashley won't have to clean up at all. The whole family can be together for an evening, and they can go. What do you think, Dad?
John: Well, I think it's a terrific idea. I mean, Ashley has been saying she wants to keep the family together with dinners, and this would be a perfect time.
John: Excuse me. Yes? I see. All right, I'll be right over. Uh, little problem with the men's packaging. I'm gonna run back to the office. I'll be back later.
Jack: All right.
John: Say goodbye to my grandson. Well, it's been a pleasure meeting you. I love you.
Jack: All right with that?
John: Oh, yeah. That's fine.
John: Take care.
Jack: See you later. You're amazing, you know that? You are just amazing. That was a very thoughtful offer. That's why I love you so much.
Jack: Everything okay? Yeah, you're okay. I just didn't know what that yell was. I just didn't know what that was. Yeah, everything's all right.
Nikki: Sharon's voicemail again?
Nick: Yeah. I guess she turned her phone off. What the --
Nikki: What? What is it?
Nick: Grace Turner. She, uh, showed up here today.
Nikki: What? Why on earth would she do that?
Nick: She somehow heard about the separation.
Nikki: That woman is a vulture. I hope you sent her packing.
Nick: Oh, you bet I did.
Nikki: Well, what is this message then saying "call."
Nick: I don't know. I didn't write it.
Nikki: Honey, will you calm down. I'm not accusing you of anything. I'm sure you made it very clear to Grace that you want nothing to do with her.
Nick: Yeah, but see, Grace does what she damn well pleases. She doesn't care who she hurts.
Nikki: Did Sharon see her?
Nick: Not according to Grace.
Nikki: Do you believe her?
Nick: If my wife saw Grace, then I certainly would have heard from her by now.
Nikki: Well, that's true.
Nick: You know what? That's it. I'm out of here, and I'm taking Sharon with me before anything else happens.
Nikki: All right. Honey, what can I do to help?
Nick: Maybe just a hug for luck.
Nikki: That's easy. Honey, I am so proud of you. I really think that this trip is gonna make all the difference for you and Sharon.
Nick: I hope so, with all my heart.
Sharon: I can't believe that Nick would do this to me again, especially when he swore that there was nothing going on between him and that other woman. He even seemed hurt that I would think that. Gosh, what a great performance.
Diego: You're certain that's what it was?
Sharon: You're not gonna defend him, are you?
Diego: No, I'm not defending anyone. It's just -- it was Nick's intent on clearing the air with you. That just seemed --
Sharon: Listen, he was probably just trying to cover his tracks for his real affair. He was trying to get my defenses down.
Diego: Sharon, come on. That doesn't make sense.
Sharon: Well, none of this makes any sense, does it? But it happened. Nick has done what he swore he would never do again, and what's worse, he did it with her.
Diego: I'm so sorry.
Sharon: Now you know why I was so upset when I caught him with that girl in the office?
Diego: It brought back a lot of painful memories. Still, the other woman from Nick's past, maybe Nick didn't make the first move. Maybe she --
Sharon: No, it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter who made the first move. What does that change? It changes nothing.
Diego: Sharon, I realize you feel this way now --
Sharon: You know how I feel? I feel like I did before, like my heart's being ripped out of my chest. That was the worst time in my life, Diego. It put everything into question for me, not only Nick's love but his desire for me. And now it's all happening all over again, not that my husband cares. You know, I was really ready to go back with him. All he had to do was be kind and be gentle with me, and I would have. I guess that was just too much effort to put out, right? Why should he do that when all he has to do is call his slut? I hate that woman with everything in me.
Diego: Who are we talking about here?
Sharon: It doesn't really matter. It doesn't matter who it is. It could have been anybody. The point is, my husband would rather be with somebody else than be with me. You know how that makes me feel, Diego? Like I am the most undesirable woman in the world.
Nick: Is this where all the cool kids hang out between classes.
Nick: Hey. Surprised to see me?
Cassie: Yeah. I'll catch up with you guys later, okay?
Cassie: Bye. What are you doing here? Is everything all right?
Nick: Yeah, everything's fine. I just wanted to talk to you. It's not for sure yet, but there's a chance your mother and I could be going away for a week.
Cassie: Together you mean, just the two of you?
Cassie: Oh, my gosh! When?!
Nick: Well, today if it works out.
Cassie: Awesome! This is so cool.
Nick: I know. So, your grandma Doris is gonna be watching you and Noah, but my mom and Miguel will be there to help. Is that cool?
Cassie: It's very cool. So if this happens, it's gonna be a good thing, right?
Nick: Yeah, it will definitely be a good thing, but again --
Cassie: I know, I know. Take one step at a time.
Nick: What are you, like 12 going on 30?
Cassie: [Laughs] I hope it works out for you and Mommy.
Nick: I do, too, kiddo.
Mackenzie: It's not like I haven't wracked my brain for answers.
Billy: No, I know, Mac. But so far, none of your suspicions have panned out.
Mackenzie: I said I was sorry I accused you, okay?
Billy: Look, we've moved past that, okay? As far as I'm concerned, it's forgotten. You know, maybe you're right. Maybe you're right. We should probably focus on the fact that there hasn't been any incidents recently. Maybe the creep's moved on for whatever reason. Meanwhile, you know, there's a silver lining to all this. You and I are talking again. Maybe you don't feel that way then.
Danielle: Billy? Oh, good. I found you. We need to talk about me being in the Glow by Jabot house this summer.
Mackenzie: I'd better leave you two alone.
Billy: Mac, where are you going?
Mackenzie: We've said everything we have to, all right?
Danielle: So about this summer --
Billy: You know what? Stuff it, Danielle.
Ralph: Okay, so you've got your foot in the door and went on pretending to buy what Mac said even when you still believed she was lying just because you knew it was the only way she'd let you stick around?
Amanda: Look, when I first came into town, and Mackenzie and I did talk, I could tell that she was telling the truth.
Ralph: Yeah, well, by that point she told the story so many times that maybe she believed it herself.
Amanda: No. No, Ralph. It wasn't like that.
Ralph: How can you be sure?
Amanda: Because recently, when she thought that you were here, I could see the fear in her eyes. She didn't fake that. She's genuinely afraid of you, Ralph.
Ralph: Or maybe she's afraid that her little lie would be exposed, that she wouldn't be the little victim that everybody thought she was. You know, I don't think it would go over very well with her new family if they all found out this whole thing was all a scam. Look, Amanda, Mac has no reason to be afraid of me. I'm not the sicko that she thinks I am. I never was, never could be.
Amanda: Oh, God. I don't know what to believe anymore, okay? I'm just really confused. But I do know one thing, though. I never wanted to believe that of you. Look, that's all I can say, all right? I think I've said enough. And I just think it's best for everyone if you leave, Ralph.
Ralph: You think you've said enough to make me just fade away, even with my name being dragged through the mud? No. Oh, no, darling. No way, sweetheart. No way is that enough.
Jack: Hey. Would you like to hold him for a minute?
Phyllis: Oh, no, no, no, Jack.
Jack: Oh, come on. Why not? Why not?
Phyllis: He doesn't know me. He's gonna cry. I don't want --
Jack: Look at that, happy as a clam in your arms. Speaking of clams, I'll bet old sonny boy's getting a little hungry here. How about I take your bottle, get it heated up for a minute. You want to hold him for a minute?
Phyllis: No. No, take him with you.
Jack: You're doing great. You're doing just great.
Phyllis: Jack -- what are you looking at?
Diane: Jack, the door was open, so --
Jack: How are you two doing out -- hi, Diane. I was just about to feed the baby. Hey, mister. Look what I got.
Diane: No problem. You can certainly give him his bottle. I can wait that long. So I understand the hearing is tomorrow.
Jack: Yeah, yeah. I just got a call on my cell in the kitchen.
Diane: So it begins again. You know, Jack, well this is kind of last-minute, but I have a bit of a conflict later. It's nothing I can't handle, since I have a nanny, but if you'd like, why don't you keep Kyle this evening?
Phyllis: No, I don't think that's possible, Diane. We have company.
Phyllis: "Oh"? Yeah. Not that it's any of your business, but Ashley and Brad are coming over.
Diane: I see. Well, Jack, if you'd like your sister to meet Kyle, then perhaps tonight would be a good opportunity.
Phyllis: No. I don't think that's a good idea. Thanks anyway.
Diane: Is that how you feel, Jack, or is your wife just speaking for herself?
[Missing some script here]
Jack: The man I used to be is just blown away wanting to believe the life I thought I'd have.
Nick: Trevor, what's up, man?
Trevor: Hey, boss. What's up with you?
Nick: Nothing. I'm looking for Sharon. Is she back in the office?
Trevor: I'm sorry. She left a little while ago.
Nick: Any idea where she went?
Trevor: Afraid not.
Nick: That's weird. She's always here at this time of day. I wonder where she is.
Sharon: I want you, I want you bad.
Diego: Sharon, don't do this to yourself.
Sharon: I'm not doing anything. It's Nick. He's the one that turned to someone else.
Diego: Still, for you not to feel desirable -- you're a very smart, very beautiful woman.
Sharon: I don't feel smart or beautiful. I just feel empty. My life is a total sham, you know? If it weren't for the kids -- they're all I've got now.
Diego: Sharon, come on. You've got a lot of people who care about you. I care about you.
Sharon: You're just saying that because you feel sorry for me. "Poor Sharon, lost her husband to some tramp, and now she's all alone."
Diego: No. No.
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