Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/19/02

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/19/02


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[Knock on door]

Diego: Yeah, just a sec.

Victoria: Hi.

Diego: Victoria. What can I do for you?

Victoria: Well, it's a beautiful day and I thought I'd go for a ride. Did you take care of Jasper's sore hoof?

Diego: Yeah, I changed all his shoes, you know, trimmed his hooves. Why, you want me to go saddle him up for you?

Victoria: No, I can do that.

Diego: Victoria, it's my job.

Victoria: All right. If you want to.

Diego: Why don't you meet back in the corral?

Victoria: Actually, I wanted to talk to you a little bit before I went for a ride. Can I come in and wait?

Diego: Yeah, sure. Come on, have a seat.

Victoria: Thanks.

Sharon: So, you're a dating service now?

Chris: You blame your husband. Nick is the one that put me up to this.

Sharon: A list of young, sharp, handsome attorneys.

Chris: Who just might turn Victoria's head.

Sharon: Yeah, well, let's hope. She really could use the distraction. Thanks for putting it together.

Chris: The way Nick was talking, it seemed kind of urgent. Although, aside from that little worry, I don't think I've ever seen a man so happy. Obviously, things are fabulous with you two.

Sharon: They are.

Chris: Well, good. Now that you're back on track, it will be nice to end this tension that Victoria's causing, especially since she's so off base about this Diego guy. Did I say something wrong?

Sharon: No, no.

Chris: You just seemed to get kind of uptight when I mentioned his name.

Sharon: Well, I must have been thinking about something else.

Chris: Do you have a problem with Diego?

Sharon: Christine, you have to promise me what we talk about never goes beyond this room.

Chris: Absolutely. Of course. What is it?

Sharon: You're right. There is a problem -- and it has to do with Diego.

Phyllis: Mmm, morning.

Jack: What time is it?

Phyllis: Who cares? We're being decadent. Who cares?

Jack: Wait -- oh, my God, it's after 11:00. Oh, I can't believe we slept this late.

Phyllis: Believe it. We were up all night.

Jack: By God, we were, weren't we?

Phyllis: Mmm-hmm. Now, you remember.

Jack: Oh, I remember all right. I remember every "stark naked down at the pool" detail.

Phyllis: I got your attention, didn't I?

Jack: Oh, you got more than that.

Phyllis: Yeah, I did. And I got, and I got.

Jack: Well, you know my motto.

Phyllis: Yeah, "keep on giving till it hurts."

Jack: That's me.

Phyllis: Mmm-hmm.

[Amanda remembering]

Ralph: That's the night we make our move.

Amanda: "We"?

Ralph: You're gonna help me steal that necklace.

Amanda: I can't. I'm gonna be at the prom.

Ralph: Not anymore you aren't. You're comin' with me, and …

Katherine: Oh, Amanda. There you are. About Mac's dress -- now, I know we helped her make the final decision, but --

Amanda: I -- I can't go.

Katherine: What?

Amanda: What I mean, Katherine, is I shouldn't go.

Katherine: Why?

Amanda: Well, I mean, it's the prom, for heaven's sakes. You know? I mean, who wants their mom hovering over them?

Katherine: Mackenzie does. You know, she is delighted that we're going to be there for her big night. Amanda, you are going, and that is that. Besides, I know darn good and well that you wouldn't want to miss it.

Amanda: No, you're right, but --

Katherine: No, no, no. It's all settled. Do you understand? It's all settled. No more about it. Now, I'm gonna check on Esther's cookies and her food to make sure that it won't kill us before the after-party. And no alfalfa sprouts, I promise.

Amanda: Thank you.


[Amanda gasps]

Isabella: You're certainly making yourself at home here -- inviting people over to hang out by the pool. No one will ever accuse you of being timid.

Diane: Oh, well, no guts, no glory. I do have some privileges. So you can just relax.

Isabella: Your party.

Diane: What? Was I supposed to make a toast?

Isabella: Well, I'm a little miffed you didn't.

Diane: Oh? And why is that?

Isabella: You didn't notice?

Diane: Wait, is that --?

Isabella: A wedding ring.

Diane: Oh, my gosh! Are you telling me that --?

Isabella: Paul and I tied the knot.

Diane: You're kidding. When?

Isabella: A couple days ago. He had a judge come over to the apartment. Caught me completely off guard, but he said he made up his mind. Ricky and I, our family, is what he wanted.

Diane: Wow. Congratulations.

Isabella: Thank you.

Diane: Well, why didn't you call me? I would have been there.

Isabella: Oh, it all happened so fast. Paul hadn't even suggested marriage when the judge arrived.

Diane: Gee, what a guy. Last of the true romantics.

Isabella: Try to sound a little more blasé, why don't you?

Diane: You know what? I'm just pointing out that --

Isabella: Don't, Diane. I'm happy -- deliriously happy.

Diane: Then I am happy for you.

Isabella: Do you know how long and hard I've struggled to make this happen?

Diane: I do. I'm sorry. I'm just a little distracted.

Isabella: What else is new?

Diane: You know what, Isabella? You're not the only one who's struggled. I mean, every day, every minute, I am battling the forces of darkness just so my son can have a relationship with his father. So I can do what you've done -- make a family.

Isabella: "The forces of darkness." Let me guess -- Jack's wife?

Diane: She's a vicious little no-class witch. Believe me, I have to seriously watch my back around her -- always. Every moment.

Phyllis: Hey!

Jack: Hey what?

Phyllis: What are you doing? Take off your --

Jack: No, I -- honey, I can't, I can't. I -- honey, I got things to do.

Phyllis: What?

Jack: I really do. Not the least of which is finding a new webmaster. We need someone on board before we kick off this Glow by Jabot house in July.

Phyllis: Glow by Jabot House. I.E., The pool house. I.E., Diane. I.E., Throw up!

Jack: Don't go there.

Phyllis: Right. "Don't go there." Don't go there, when we both know that she's draping herself in dental floss, pretending like it's a bathing suit.

Jack: You have nothing to worry about. My guard is up. I can prove it.

Phyllis: Prove it.

Jack: Last night, Diane propositioned me. She is angling to extend her stay here by staying on at the guest suite --

Phyllis: Oh, my God!

Jack: Don't "oh, my God" me. It's taken care of. I shot her down, just like that. She'll be out of here in July.

Phyllis: Oh, come on, Jack. Give me a break. That's her opening salvo. She's going to keep on breaking you down until you cave.

Jack: Listen to me. Kyle and Diane will be out of here at the beginning of the summer. Hopefully, not far away, but they'll be out of here.

Phyllis: Right. Let's just see how you react when Kyle goes sailing out the door.

Jack: I'll handle it. I will.

[Door closes]

Phyllis: Oh, Jack, I wish I could believe that you'd handle it. What's my mantra? Fight fire with fire.

Colleen: Are you serious? Sean actually said I could be part of the crew, tonight at the prom?

John: Well, yeah. It's good training for your summer job in the Glow by Jabot house. Now, I hope you didn't mind my volunteering your services.

Colleen: Oh, you're kidding, right? This is like the ultimate. Hey, now I get to see A1.

[John laughs]

John: See them? I imagine you're even gonna meet them.

Colleen: Oh, you are the best granddad in the whole entire universe!

John: Oh, goodness. Oh.

Jack: Well, look at this. Somebody's very happy.

Colleen: I get to go to the prom -- well, not actually go. I'm working with Sean and his web cast people. Isn't that the coolest? I'm so excited.

Phyllis: Great. Congratulations.

Jack: Dad, when was the last time you spoke to Sean?

John: Not in a couple of days. Why?

Jack: He just gave me his notice. He's going back to New York. Tonight is his last hurrah.

John: Did he tell you why?

Jack: No clue.

John: Well, July's right around the corner. Obviously, we'd better get --

Jack: I'm on that. I -- actually, Sean was nice enough to give me a list of possible candidates for the job of webmaster.

Phyllis: Do you want my input?

Jack: Off the record, of course.

Phyllis: "Off the record"? Of course. I'll deny everything. I'll even eat the list.

John: Well, I'll settle for a little tuna salad. Anyone want to join me?

Colleen: I will.

Jack: Yeah, yeah, I'm starved. How about you? Some lunch?

Phyllis: I have to make a call. You go ahead.

Jack: Okay.

Phyllis: All right.

Billy: Hey. Where are the rest of the balloons? They're supposed to be here by now.

Mackenzie: I heard the company called, said that they were running late. But not to worry. Everything will be ready in plenty of time.

Billy: Well, you know, we should get going soon. I know you chicks. It's always a big hassle when you guys get ready for prom. Hey, Mac, are you still worried your mom might be hiding something?

Mackenzie: Yeah, I'm worried, Billy.

Billy: Do you really think she knows who stole my mom's bracelet?

Mackenzie: I'm starting to wonder if maybe she did it.

Billy: What? Mac, come on.

Mackenzie: Billy, you weren't there, okay? You did not see how guilty she was acting.

Billy: Yeah, but stealing? Why? I mean, does that really sound like your mom?

Mackenzie: Well, that's the thing. I've been asking myself, how well do I really know her as a person?

Billy: Look, there's no evidence either way. Innocent until proven guilty. And that includes your mom, no matter what my mom says. Listen, don't assume the worst.

Mackenzie: Okay.

Billy: All right.

Mackenzie: Let's go.

Billy: Yeah, go get you all dolled up.

Brittany: I want him facing out more.

J.T.: Doesn't this look like Mr. Jacobs?

Brittany: Yeah, it does.

Girl: Brittany, could you help me for a second?

Brittany: Sure. Keep working on this.

J.T.: Yeah. Oh, hey, man.

Brendon: You're all set, dude.

J.T.: You brought it?

Brendon: It's out in my car.

J.T.: All right. Now, you brought me the good one, right? The big one, not your little brother's with the cartoons all over it?

Brendon: You're so picky.

J.T.: Hey, we're talking a very key piece of equipment. I need a good sleeping bag.

Brendon: Oh, for Brittany?

J.T.: Hey, don't be jealous, man. Danielle's choice.

Brendon: Yeah, but still, a little lake action with Miss Britt? That's hot.

J.T.: Yeah, well, we'll see.

Brendon: What, don't tell me you're having doubts?

J.T.: You know chicks, man. If they're not totally over someone, it's --

Brendon: What, do you mean Gutierrez?

J.T.: Yeah.

Brendon: Forget about him, man. He's history. Why she even looked twice at that dweeb -- all I can say is that I wouldn't mind being in your shoes tonight -- or should I say in my sleeping bag.

J.T.: All right.

[Balloon pops]

J.T.: Sorry, guys.

Riana: Hey, Raul. Are you almost done with that thing? I need to get home and into a hot bubble bath.

Raul: I'm sorry, Ri. I'm not going to this stupid prom.

Chris: This problem -- I take it it's serious.

Sharon: Victoria thinks that Diego is an opportunist.

Chris: Is he?

Sharon: No. Not in the way she thinks. All of her suspicions about him may have been wrong, but something did happen. Something far worse.

Chris: Worse how? Did you two get involved? How involved?

Sharon: Very.

Chris: It was sexual?

Sharon: Only once. And it was a horrible, horrible mistake.

Chris: Sharon, I'm so sorry.

Sharon: It was just such a difficult time. And Nick and I were separated. I guess I thought I was getting even for something my husband never did. I just wish I could go back and change that.

Chris: None of us can.

Sharon: You should know that Diego never pursued me. I mean, I practically threw myself at him.

Chris: He could have said no. He had to realize the state you were in.

Sharon: Look, there's no point in bashing Diego. You're looking at the guilty party. I'm the one that's married. I thought about telling Nick. Not keeping any secrets.

Chris: You changed your mind?

Sharon: Well, Diego made me think that was a bad idea.

Chris: Diego did.

Sharon: What? You would have told me something different? Okay, fine. You're the wise lawyer. Enlighten me, then. What should I have done, Christine? Should I tear my whole family apart? Ruin my marriage? Or should I just find some way to deal with the guilt?

Chris: Sharon, I can't begin to advise you on this.

Sharon: Why not? I mean, of all the people that I thought that I could count on --

Chris: I'm sorry. It's just -- there are no easy answers.

Sharon: Well, I thought that you were questioning my decision.

Chris: Are you?

Sharon: When Nick and I got back, I was all over the place. And then Diego decided that he was gonna leave town. That would have made things so much easier.

Chris: And now he's not going?

Sharon: No, Nick talked him into staying. How's that for irony? Now I'm sure he's stuck here for at least a couple more weeks. Feels like the walls are closing in on me, thanks to Victoria.

Chris: She knows?

Sharon: No, but her radar's up. She thinks something's going on between Diego and me, and she won't let go of it. She's got nothing going on in her own life, so she's got to meddle in mine. She is getting way too close, Christine. Way too close.

John: So, Jackie, this good mood you're in -- I assume it means that you and Phyllis are getting back on track.

Jack: Yeah, for the most part, we are.

John: But you still have issues?

Jack: Well, I'm constantly feeling like I have to choose between my wife and my son, and it's not easy.

John: Oh, especially a boy Kyle's age. He's still vulnerable and trusting.

Jack: Oh, you should see him. Dad, last night he comes to me now like he's known me his whole life. I wish you could see him --

John: Jack, Jack, you listen to this. You understand, you must not get too attached.

Jack: Dad, I know, I know, I know. It's just -- any day now, Diane is gonna take him and go God knows where, but I hope it's not far away. God, that would be awful. I wonder where Phyllis is. This phone call is taking some time.

Diane: She waited until I was in the shower, helpless, and then she sneaked upstairs and flushed the toilet. I mean, how childish is that?

[Isabella laughing]

Diane: What are you laughing at? What are you laughing at? I could have seriously been hurt. I mean, my bum was still red from being scalded the next morning.

Isabella: Are you sure it was her?

Diane: There was nobody else in the house. Certainly, nobody that would have used the guest bath. I don't see why you find this so amusing.

Isabella: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. So how are you gonna fight back? You don't have much time left.

Diane: Not in the pool house, no.

Isabella: Okay, what's the alternative?

Diane: I have carefully raised the notion of us staying in the guest suite.

Isabella: You've got some nerve. What did Jack say?

Diane: No way in hell, of course. But the seed has been planted.

Isabella: So what happens now?

Diane: Now I wait till I decide what my next move will be.

Phyllis: Ooh. Hello.

Ralph: When will the place be empty? Give me a time frame.

Amanda: Shh. The prom starts in two hours. There's gonna be a problem, Ralph.

Ralph: What problem?

Amanda: Katherine is not letting me bow out of chaperoning.

Ralph: She's an old lady. You make her let you -- unless you want me to do the convincing. 'Cause if you're not up to it, I am.

[Doorbell rings]

Katherine: Oh, Larry, for heaven's sakes, I --

Larry: Look, we need to talk, okay? It's important. Can I come in?

Katherine: Yes, of course, of course.

Ralph: This is beautiful. Your date's here. How are you gonna handle it, hmm?

Diego: He's all saddled up and ready to go.

Victoria: Thanks.

Diego: So you said you had something to talk to me about.

Victoria: Yeah. You've been on my mind a lot lately.

Diego: Have I?

Victoria: Well, I'm sure that's not a big surprise. It's just that I have very strong opinions, and I trust my instincts. But I'm not infallible. And a lot of people lately have been telling me I'm wrong about you. I don't like to second-guess myself, and I don't do it very often, but in this case, I may have to make an exception.

Diego: Which means what, exactly?

Victoria: Well, I may have to start listening a bit more closely to what other people say about you.

Diego: The ones you've ignored up until now.

Victoria: Yeah. I mean, I haven't changed my opinion about you completely. It's just that I'm willing to open my mind a little bit.

Diego: Can I ask you something? Where is all this coming from?

Victoria: Well, I had a really good talk with my brother last night, and he pointed out a few things that made sense. And I realize I may have some issues that are coloring my opinion of you.

Diego: And what issues would those be?

Victoria: Well, that's personal. I just can't quite see you as my brother's friend. I'm sorry.

Diego: All right, Victoria. What is it? Bottom line.

Victoria: I'm just giving you a chance to prove me wrong.

Diego: Really?

Victoria: Yeah. I mean, this isn't all about you. This is causing a lot of friction between me and the people I love, and I don't want that to continue. Because nothing is more important to me than family. Nothing. So what do you say? Good.

Chris: Sharon, I --

Sharon: Christine, don't you see -- this could destroy my entire life?

Chris: What I was going to say is I have been in both your shoes and Nick's. Believe me, I know how painful it is.

Sharon: Well, I've never been in a situation like this before, certainly not when I was the one -- God, why? Where was my head?

Chris: You asked for my advice. I can't tell you whether or not you should confess to Nick. But I am going to urge you very strongly to stay calm.

Sharon: I'm not gonna change my decision. I'm not telling Nick. He shouldn't be the one that has to carry this burden.

Chris: All right, then tough it out. Live with it. Right now, I would say your biggest threat is Victoria. So if you think it's inevitable that she's gonna find out, then I would go to Nick.

Sharon: I don't know -- you know, this whole thing could just explode. There's no predicting what Victoria will do. You know, the woman is relentless, and if it were anyone but her --

Chris: All right, then maybe you want to reassess your decision. A bomb like this, believe me, you don't want it coming from anyone but you.

[Pager beeps]

Chris: It's the judge. I'm sorry. I've got to go.

Sharon: No, no, it's okay. Don't apologize. I owe you one. It's really helped me a lot, just -- just getting all this off my chest.

Chris: I'm glad. Take care of yourself and keep in touch.

Sharon: Okay. I will.

Riana: What do you mean you're not going?

Raul: High school is over, Riana. Why would I want to waste my time going to some boring dance? Bunch of shallow idiots. No, forget it, I'm not going. And to hell with the summer internet thing. I'm not doing that. To hell with everybody.

Riana: Raul, what happened?

Raul: Nothing.

Riana: You expect me to believe that?

Raul: Now, look, Riana, this has nothing to do with you, okay? I'm serious. Look, you're great. I'm sorry. I feel like an idiot that I'm standing you up like this.

Riana: This has to do with Brittany, doesn't it? Raul, are you okay? I mean, blood sugar-wise?

Raul: Don't worry about how I feel.

Riana: Don't give me orders.

Raul: I'm sorry. You don't deserve this. I know you're just trying to help.

Riana: Just tell me what to do, Raul. Anything.

[Balloon pops]

Brittany: Well, I've got to go get my purse.

J.T.: All right.

Riana: Could you be any more of a bitch?

Brittany: It takes one to know one.

Riana: Okay, Brittany, we used to be friends, so I'm gonna clue you in on a little something. You're not the only one playing games around here. Raul is too, with me, to make you realize that you care about him just as much as he still cares about you.

Brittany: Oh, yeah, right, Riana. How dumb do I look? You expect me to believe that you two aren't back together again?

Riana: Do you want to know how upset he is? He's not going to the prom now, and I don't blame him. To have to watch you and J.T. together all night long, there is not enough insulin in the world that will counteract that.

Brittany: Are you telling me he's sick?

Riana: Yeah, you're making him sick, the way you're acting. But if you can't be honest with him and tell him that you blew it, would you please just take it down a notch with J.T. -- for Raul's sake?

Katherine: You tracked Esther down at the restaurant?

Larry: Yeah. I wanted to get the name of this phone guy that's been hitting on her.

Katherine: Why, for pity's sake?

Larry: Look, I haven't told Mandy, because I didn't want to get her hopes up, but Sean told me that Jill thinks that this guy could be the crook. Now, I wanted to prove that Amanda didn't boost the bracelet.

Katherine: Well, what did you find out?

Larry: Two things. One, he's going by the name of Jay Taylor.

Katherine: He's going by the name of --

Larry: He's a fraud.

Katherine: Oh, oh.

Larry: I called the phone company this morning, first thing. There's no record of any Jay Taylor on their payroll.

Katherine: What? There was just --

Larry: Not only that -- I had them check into your account. They haven't sent anybody out here in the past year. So he hasn't been repairing squat. He's been casing the place.

Katherine: My God, to think we invited him into our home in an innocent manner --

Larry: And I would bet that he also helped himself to the rubies.

Isabella: So are Jack and Phyllis getting along? I mean, after he learned that she tried to smuggle you and Kyle out of the country?

Diane: Well, unfortunately, they've gotten past all that. A lot of kiss and make up.

Isabella: Aw, how sweet.

Diane: Ugh. There's one thing I have to give that woman -- she knows how to use her body as a weapon. But so Jack lusts after her. So what? What he has with Kyle is much more powerful. I just have to play it carefully. What?

Isabella: Nothing. I just can't help feeling a little sorry for Phyllis, the way you're gunning for her.

Diane: Well, aren't you the little hypocrite?

Isabella: Excuse me?

Diane: Oh, come on, like you wouldn't dream of playing dirty.

Isabella: You know what? You're right. All is fair in love and war. Paul's gonna be home early, so I have to go. But I hope you get what you want.

Diane: There's another saying -- slow and steady wins the race.

Isabella: At least Jack has the idea in his head now about you moving into the main house.

Diane: Yes, he does. And when the chips are down and it comes time for that tearful goodbye with his son, he won't be able to do it. I believe that with everything in me. You know, maybe I should run down to the wallpaper store, start looking. That guest suite is a little conservative for my taste.

Isabella: Keep me posted.

Brittany: Is Raul okay? Because if he isn't taking care of himself --

Riana: Listen to you.

Brittany: What?

Riana: You still care about him. Brittany, this whole thing with J.T., it's just an act. It is so pointless. You and Raul belong together. Why don't you just go to him? Try to work it out. It's what you want, isn't it?

Brittany: Give me a break. How do I know this isn't part of your game? Sucker me into making a fool out of myself with Raul when I know damn well you two are getting it on.

Riana: Is this because of the kiss you saw at the coffee house? Okay, I kissed him. It was staged. For your benefit.

Brittany: Oh, really? Well, how 'bout last night, backstage? You were making out there, too. You didn't know I was watching. Whose benefit was that one for?

Riana: You don't understand. It wasn't what it looked like.

Brittany: You know, save it. You're right. We used to be friends, and maybe there were times when I wasn't the best friend in the world to you, but I was never cruel like this.

Riana: You need to swallow your pride for one minute. Go to Raul and speak from your heart.

Brittany: Oh, give me a break. You know what? You go back to Raul and you tell him that your act didn't work this time.

Mackenzie: If you have news about mom --

Larry: Look, it's not about your mom, but it will definitely affect her.

Billy: Where is Amanda, anyway?

Katherine: Well, she was here. I don't know where -- oh, there she is. Amanda, where have you been?

Amanda: I -- I just went out for a little walk. Wow, you guys look so intense. What's going on?

Larry: Baby, I've got good news. I think it's very likely that we've found the thief.

Amanda: What?

Mackenzie: Did the police catch someone?

Katherine: Well, no, Larry did. Well --

Larry: To make a long story short, this phone repairman guy, he's not who he says he is. He's been schmoozing Esther to get a lay of the land.

Mackenzie: My God, so all we have to do is call the police, tell them what we know and mom will be cleared.

Katherine: Yes. Not that she was ever a suspect in anyone's mind except for Jill's.

Amanda: This is great. Did you find this out, Larry?

Larry: All the pieces started coming together for me last night and I called the phone company first thing this morning. There's no record of any Jay Taylor on their payroll.

Katherine: And no recent work orders out here.

Billy: Wow, so the whole thing's bogus. That's nice going, man.

Larry: Thanks. I was kind of on a mission. Know what I mean?

Katherine: Well, congratulations to you both now. Let's get a move on, because we all have to get ready for the prom. Now, let's move it.

Amanda: Yes.

Katherine: I'm gonna call Detective Joyner and fill him in.

Mackenzie: Okay, I'll be right up, Grandma.

Katherine: Do that.

Mackenzie: All right.

Amanda: All right.

Larry: Hey, hey, hey, hey -- aren't you forgetting something?

Amanda: What?

Larry: Maybe a little "thank you" would be nice.

Amanda: Thank you.

Larry: You know, I don't get it. I thought you'd be dancing on air. What's going on? I guess this news that I gave you doesn't make you feel any better?

Amanda: Larry, do you think this makes up for everything that I've been through?

Larry: Mandy, that's not what I'm saying.

Amanda: Right. Look, I've got to go get dressed.

Billy: Later, Larry.

Larry: Yeah, I'll see you.

Billy: All right, so I'll pick you up in an hour or so.

Mackenzie: Perfect. Now we can just have fun tonight.

Billy: Yeah, you bet.

Mackenzie: Yeah, all right. See you later. Thank you so much, Larry.

Larry: I'll see you later on.

Mackenzie: Bye.

Larry: Hey, Billy, is it just me or did Mandy seem less than overjoyed in there?

Billy: Come on, Larry, all right, don't you start. You saved the day.

Larry: What do you mean, don't start?

Billy: Well, all right, look, don't tell Amanda this, but Mac was beginning to think Amanda may have actually been guilty. Thanks to you, it's party time.

Jack: So why don't we start divvying up this list and make some calls right away?

John: Unless you'd rather go through a headhunter.

Jack: Well, he was decent enough to put the list together. We might as well use it before we pay someone.

John: Yeah, I suppose so.

Diane: Excuse me.

John: Oh, Diane. Something we can do for you?

Diane: Hello, John. Surprised you're all still here.

Jack: Yeah, we're working on the prom promo and a few other things.

Diane: Oh, are you going to be here all day?

Jack: For a couple hours anyway. Why?

Phyllis: Oh, my gosh. That phone call took forever. Sorry, baby.

Diane: Hello, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Hello, Diane.

Diane: Well, as long as you're all going to be here, why don't I bring Kyle in? I could set up his playpen so he won't disturb you.

Colleen: I could watch him, keep him out of trouble.

Diane: Oh, that would be great, Colleen. Jack, you know how much he loves being here. And this way, you can play with him when you're taking a break.

Phyllis: Well, you know what, Diane? That's a great idea. That makes perfect sense. You should spend time with your son.

Colleen: I can help set up the playpen.

John: And I'll help.

Diane: Well, then, I'll go get Kyle. Oh, my God.

Jack: What is it? What happened?

Diane: There's water dropping on my head.

Jack: Dad, there is a leak here.

John: Yeah, and it's in the guest suite.

Jack: Yep, the bathroom right across the hall.

John: Sure looks --


Colleen: Granddad, what is it? What was that noise?

Victoria: All right, good. Well, I'm going to go ride. I'll see you later.

Diego: Yeah.

[Phone rings]

Sharon: Hello?

Diego: Sharon, it's me, Diego. I'm in the tack room.

Sharon: Why are you calling?

Diego: You'll never guess who just stopped by. Victoria.

Sharon: Oh, God.

Diego: No, actually, it went pretty well. I think she's gonna ease up on me.

Sharon: Yeah, right.

Diego: Seriously. She wants to give me a chance to prove her wrong. It's almost as if she was offering me an olive branch.

Sharon: Well, that's sudden.

Diego: Yeah, I was thinking the same thing, too, but she said she had a long talk with her brother. He made her see things differently. Plus I know that you had a talk with her afterwards. Well, maybe they had more of an impact on her than you realized.

Sharon: Still, if I were you, I'd keep my guard up.

Diego: Believe me, Sharon, I will. I'm on my toes. I just think we might have dodged a bullet where Victoria's concerned. I just wanted you to know that.

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