Y&R Transcript Friday 7/5/02
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Intercom: Dr. Reese Walker, Dr. Reese Walker, please report to the ER. Dr. Reese Walker, please report to the ER.
Amanda: Mackenzie, have you seen Katherine? Look, I'm very worried about her.
Mackenzie: You're worried about her? You?
Amanda: Mackenzie, I realize that you're angry with me, okay? And you have every right to be. But I wish you would let me explain.
Mackenzie: I'm not interested in anything you have to say.
Jill: Did you see how pale he was? He just seems so out of it.
John: Of course he is. Look what he's been through. Now, come on, he's gonna be okay.
Jill: God, I hope you're right.
John: Being upset is not gonna help anything.
Jill: I just can't stop thinking that we could have lost him. We came so close. I don't know what I would do if anything happened to him.
John: Easy now.
Jill: I'm okay.
John: Look, I'm gonna go see if I can find Dr. Walker.
Jill: Okay, okay.
Jill: What do you want?
Amanda: Can I speak to you? Please? It's very important.
Billy: Hey, where are you going?
Mackenzie: I didn't want to wake you.
Billy: I was just resting my eyes.
Mackenzie: How do you feel?
Billy: I feel okay. I got a hell of a headache, though.
Mackenzie: Do you remember what happened?
Billy: Things are still pretty fuzzy. I do remember -- before the paramedics put me into the ambulance -- you gave me a kiss.
Mackenzie: Nothing wrong with your memory.
Billy: Any chance I could get another?
Mackenzie: I'm sorry. I didn't see Ralph sneaking up on you, Billy. Everything happened so fast. He just came out of nowhere and hit you with that rock. When you fell and I saw the blood, I was so afraid that --
Billy: Hey, hey. Stop. You don't have to be afraid anymore. I just wish I had killed that guy the first time. That way, no one else would be hurt.
Mackenzie: You heard about Larry?
Billy: I saw him and Ralph go over the ledge.
Mackenzie: The police are down there looking for them.
Billy: Have they heard anything?
Mackenzie: No, and I'm really worried.
Billy: You know, Raul and I used to jump off that ledge when we were kids. If you're not careful, you can hit the shoreline. Even if you do hit the water, there's only one place deep enough. Considering how dark it was -- it's dangerous, Mac. I mean, it's really dangerous.
[Knock on door]
Phyllis: Michael, thank you, thank you, thank you for coming over.
Michael: No heavy objects -- that's very reassuring.
Phyllis: What? Who are you talking about?
Michael: I assumed you called me over here so you could throw big things at me.
Phyllis: No, no, relax. You're safe.
Michael: Thank you. Well, then, that must mean I'm here to help you celebrate.
Phyllis: Celebrate what?
Michael: Diane told me -- moving out of the Abbott estate. She discussed the massive leak that destroyed the guest suite. You're good. You're very, very good.
Phyllis: What makes you think I had anything to do with that?
Michael: [Laughs] I'm glad Diane's moving on. I've always thought that would be best for everyone -- though I'm surprised to find you here instead of at home, helping her pack.
Phyllis: Well, you know, things aren't too good at home.
Michael: What? Problems with Jack again?
Phyllis: Yeah, he's upset with me.
Michael: What did you do now?
Phyllis: I ran Diane over with my car.
[Michael sighs dramatically]
Michael: Yeah, that's pretty good. You ran her down with your car. You ran her down with your car!
Phyllis: Yes, that's what I said. Before you get too upset --
Michael: What, is she hurt? What --?
Phyllis: No, only a broken hoof. Oh, excuse me, I mean "leg."
Michael: Poor Diane.
Phyllis: "Poor Diane"? Excuse me?!
Michael: You know, a broken leg is nobody's idea of a good time, Phyllis.
Phyllis: I can't believe this! Believe me, she's milking it for all it's worth.
Michael: Oh, so she's using this injury to get a little sympathy?
Phyllis: Sympathy? Hell. It's gotten to the point where Jack thinks I mowed the cow down on purpose.
Miguel: Hello, Mr. Newman.
Victor: Hello, Miguel. How are you?
Miguel: I'm fine. And how was your run?
Victor: I'm telling you, working out is the best. All of one's problems vanish. Nikki's car is gone. Do you know where she is?
Miguel: She went into town.
Victor: Did she say when she'd be back?
Miguel: No, sir. But she did say not to expect her home until late.
Johnny: Good evening, Ms. Newman.
Nikki: Hi, Johnny.
Johnny: What can I get you?
Nikki: I tell you, if I ever needed a drink --
Johnny: How about a club soda?
Nikki: Yeah, thanks.
Max: Well, this is a pleasant coincidence. I have a table right over there. Would you like to join me?
Nikki: No, thank you.
Max: I get the feeling you could use somebody to talk to.
Nikki: That somebody's not gonna be you.
Max: I could call one of your friends, if you like.
Nikki: No, you know what, I would like is just to be left alone.
Max: Okay. I got it.
Isabella: Diane, when you asked me to come over, I didn't expect to find you in a cast.
Diane: I had a little mishap.
Isabella: I can see that. What happened?
Diane: One word -- Phyllis.
Isabella: She did this to you?
Diane: Yeah, she ran over my leg with her car.
Isabella: Oh, my God!
Diane: Well, you know what? It's not what it sounds like. Well, it is, but Phyllis has become a real thorn in my side lately, so I decided to fight fire with fire.
Isabella: All right. Maybe you should start at the beginning.
Diane: Well, for starters, I told Jack that I had a job lined up in Denver.
Isabella: Not true?
Diane: No, no, no. Then I created a story to get rid of Graziella. I figured Jack wouldn't like the idea of his son in a strange city with a new nanny, and not to mention, a mother who can barely take care of herself.
Isabella: Yeah, but how did you know that -- oh, Diane, don't tell me --
Diane: You know what? I only meant to hurt myself a little. I thought I'd have a small accident -- develop a mysterious back problem. I even had a doctor to cover for me. So yesterday, when I was outside cutting roses, Phyllis got into her car.
Isabella: And you saw an opportunity.
Diane: Yeah, when she put the car in reverse, I moved behind it. I tried to fake being hit, but unfortunately, Phyllis hit the gas and it turned into the real thing.
Isabella: Why would you do something so foolish? You could have gotten yourself killed!
Diane: I don't need a lecture from you right now.
Isabella: Fine. What did Jack say?
Diane: Well, he didn't have any kind words for his wife, that's for sure.
Isabella: I'm sure Phyllis told him it was an accident.
Diane: Oh, not that it did any good. Jack is more than a little suspicious that Phyllis might have done this on purpose.
Isabella: Is Jack still gonna make you leave?
Diane: I'm not sure yet. But one thing is for sure, Isabella. I'm not going quietly. If he wants me out of here, he's gonna have to drag me kicking and screaming.
John: Dr. Walker?
Dr. Walker: Yes, John?
John: Can I have a word with you?
Dr. Walker: Sure.
John: Listen, it's about Billy. I just want to make sure of something. Now, you said that there would be no lasting effects.
Dr. Walker: I'm very optimistic. Look, your son is young. He's strong and healthy. Those factors are all working in his favor.
John: When could he go home?
Dr. Walker: Well, I think it'll be safe to release him tomorrow. But he's gonna need some time for recovery, so I'd like him off his feet as much as possible for the next couple weeks.
John: I'll make sure that he takes it very easy.
Dr. Walker: Okay, good. I'd like to see him again in a couple days, too.
Dr. Walker: Okay?
John: Thanks so much, doctor.
Dr. Walker: You bet.
Reporter #1: Excuse me. Mr. Abbott?
Reporter #1: Devin Marler, Genoa City Chronicle. I'd like to ask you some questions.
John: About what?
Reporter #2: The incident your son was part of, out at Lakeside Park.
John: And who are you?
Reporter #2: Pamela Bergen. Channel 9 News. I have a cameraman waiting outside, so if you wouldn't mind stepping out for a few minutes.
John: Both of you -- I know you're doing your jobs, but this is nothing that the public would have any interest in.
Reporter #1: Are you kidding me? Two of the Glow by Jabot kids are caught up in theft, abduction, assault. One of them winds up in the hospital.
Reporter #2: Not to mention Katherine Chancellor's involved, also hospitalized. You better believe this is news.
Reporter #1: So would you care to make a statement?
John: Look, what I do want is I want you to leave us alone. This is a private matter. That goes for the Chancellors, too. Now, is that clear?
Reporter #2: That was a bust.
Reporter #1: Not to worry. The summer campaign starts next week. We'll get the kids to talk about what happened. It'll come up on the internet. We can ride piggy back on that whole thing -- get around the stonewall.
Officer Harrison: See anything?
Officer Maxwell: No, let's check out this area down here.
Officer Harrison: Hey, Todd! Over here.
Officer Maxwell: Is he alive?
Officer Harrison: I got a pulse.
Officer Maxwell: I'll call another ambulance.
Officer Harrison: I'll work on him.
Officer Maxwell: This is Officer Maxwell. We've got a man down on Gloucester Road. Send an ambulance here immediately.
Jack: Well, nice to see you again, Isabella.
Isabella: You, too.
Jack: I understand you and Paul got married.
Isabella: Yeah, that's right.
Jack: Well, that's great. Congratulations.
Isabella: Thank you.
Jack: How are you feeling?
Diane: I'm managing to get my things packed.
Jack: Did you get Graziella to agree to stay on a bit longer?
Diane: I can't, Jack. She has to get home to her family.
Jack: Diane, if you're moving to Denver with Kyle --
Diane: I'll be fine. I'll be fine. I'll hire a new nanny once I get situated.
Jack: You're sure our son will be okay?
Diane: Why wouldn't he be?
Jack: I mean, given your condition and the fact that you don't have Graziella with you --
Diane: Kids are very resilient.
Isabella: Excuse me. I don't meant to put my two cents in, but given Diane's condition, don't you think she could stay here longer?
Diane: Jack and I have an agreement, Isabella. The Glow by Jabot House is starting next week and we need to be out.
Isabella: Okay, what about the main house? I mean, Diane is in this condition because of your wife. Now you're gonna send her off to Denver with your child? I just think that's kind of heartless, don't you?
Jack: Look, I feel terrible about this accident. And I don't like the idea of uprooting Kyle at all, especially since she doesn't have anyone to help her, but look, if the situation were any different, you could stay. It's not. Diane, you made a promise. I expect you to honor it now. End of story. Excuse me.
Michael: If I ask you a question, will you give me a direct answer?
Phyllis: Depends on the question.
Michael: This little "accident" of Diane's. You didn't --
Phyllis: Do it on purpose?
Michael: Did you?
Phyllis: Listen, if I ran her down on purpose, I wouldn't have stopped at her leg.
Michael: That's great. That's a relief. It's good to know that you can still joke.
Phyllis: Who's joking? That woman has given me so much grief. And now Jack is accusing me of the ceiling collapse. What's next?
Michael: The timing is a bit suspicious.
Phyllis: What are you talking about?
Michael: Nothing. Never mind.
Phyllis: What? Tell me. You better tell me.
Michael: I was just wondering if Diane might have planned this.
Phyllis: What? She threw herself under my car? Listen, she's insane, but she's not stupid.
Michael: Think about it. Think about it. Think about it. It's so impossible, hmm? Put yourself in her shoes. If the roles were reversed, how far would you have gone?
Phyllis: Oh, my God! That bitch staged this!
Michael: I'm sure the broken leg wasn't her idea.
Phyllis: You want to bet? She wants to get her hooks into my husband. Oh my, I can't believe this!
Michael: No, Phyllis stop. No, wait -- think about it!
Phyllis: Let go of me!
Michael: Billy Abbott and his friends will take over the pool house tomorrow. Diane will be out of there.
Phyllis: She's supposed to be out of there.
Michael: Don't worry. The Abbotts have a lot riding on this campaign. They're not about to screw it up to accommodate Diane Jenkins. Now, you hang tight. You'll be through with this in awhile and then you can concentrate on one thing.
Michael: The wedge that Diane has managed to drive between you and Jack. Once she's gone, your focus needs to be on bridging that gap.
Phyllis: How can I do that? How can I do that after everything he's said to me? All the accusations he's made?
Michael: He was pretty much right on the money, wasn't he?
Phyllis: Oh, would you please get off of that!
Michael: You caused the ceiling to fall in.
Phyllis: Okay, so what?! I tinkered with the plumbing. Big deal! It doesn't mean I'm gonna mow the bitch down with my car.
Michael: Hey, you picked this man! Now, I told you that he wasn't good enough for you, but you chose Jack. And now, if you want him, you're gonna have to fight for your marriage. Just remember, Phyllis. You want Jack? Damage control. You do what you have to do.
Nikki: This seat still available?
Max: Please, be my guest.
Max: Would you like something to eat?
Nikki: No, I'm not hungry.
Max: I'm sorry about what happened earlier. I know it must have been pretty awkward having Victor walk in on us.
Nikki: Oh, forget it.
Max: I feel bad.
Nikki: No, don't. I'm glad you were there.
Max: Are you?
Nikki: He deserved it.
Max: How did it go after I left?
Nikki: He admitted that he was in New Mexico, seeing Ramona and that he saw Hope in Kansas.
Max: Did he say anything about the other women?
Nikki: He was evasive.
Max: Must have been really hard for you.
Nikki: It was horrible. All the time, my heart kept praying that it wasn't true, that it was just some kind of joke of Leanna's. Turned out the joke was on me.
Victor: If you choose to believe that Leanna Love woman and the trash that comes out of her mouth, then so be it. The reason for my trip had nothing to do with those women --
nothing. It had to do with me.
Nikki: With you. That's exactly what I have been saying all this time. It's all about you, Victor! You, your manhood! You, your selfish desire to satisfy your needs! And the hell with anybody else who it affects.
Victoria: Where's Mom?
Victor: She's out.
Victoria: Good. Then she won't interrupt us.
Victor: What's the matter?
Victoria: Well, I think you and I need to have a talk, and I'm afraid it might not be pleasant.
Billy: You haven't said anything about your mom.
Mackenzie: Nothing to say.
Billy: Have you talked to her?
Mackenzie: I asked her if she knew Ralph was in town this whole time.
Billy: And she said yes?
Billy: What else did she say?
Mackenzie: Who cares, Billy? That's all I needed to hear.
Billy: Mac --
Mackenzie: Can we please not talk about my mom? The last time I listened to her, she conned her way back into my life. That's never gonna happen again, Billy. I'm not falling for any more of her lies.
Jill: Mr. Warton! Oh, thank God!
Larry: Hey, Jill.
Jill: Is he okay?
Paramedic: Well, his vitals look good, but we're gonna have him checked out.
Jill: Where's Ralph?
Larry: I don't -- I don't know.
Jill: What do you mean you don't know?
Larry: He, uh, got stabbed, and then we went over the ledge, and uh, when we hit the water, I -- I landed on top of him. I don't see how he could have made it.
Paramedic: The cops are going to drag the lake in the morning.
Jill: I heard what you did out there. You saved my son's life. I want you to know how grateful I am, how grateful we all are.
Victor: Evidently, I've done something to upset you.
Victoria: Well, I saw the story that Leanna did on her show.
Victor: I didn't think you knew about that.
Victoria: I didn't see the aired show. I actually had a copy of the tape. Leanna was kind enough to send one over, and I watched it with Nicholas.
Victor: I'm sorry that you had to see that piece of trash.
Victoria: Please tell me it was all lies.
Victor: I know there were certain images. I haven't seen the show, but --
Victoria: Yeah. There was a picture of you and Ramona.
Victor: It was real.
Victoria: And a videotape of you and Hope.
Victor: That was real as well.
Victoria: That's great. That's great, Dad.
Victor: Listen to me. It was totally taken out of context.
Victoria: How can that be possible? I mean, are you telling me that you didn't go to the desert and spend time with Ramona and that you didn't sit in the diner, hold hands with Hope?
Victor: All that was true.
Victoria: Does mother know?
Victor: Apparently, she saw the aired show.
Victoria: I'm sure she's very upset.
Victor: That's an understatement.
Victoria: You know, if there's a plausible explanation for this, I really wish you would tell me, because I don't understand why this trip had to be some big, mysterious secret.
Victor: Because it's none of your business.
Victoria: How can you say that? Look what's happening.
Victor: What's happening is of Leanna Love's making, not mine.
Victoria: You're saying that the photo and the videotape were not manufactured?
Victor: No, they weren't.
Victoria: So what were you doing with those women?
Victor: In other words, you two believe that the only reason I went to see those women is to have sex with them. Is that it?
Victoria: Yeah. I mean, wasn't it?
Nikki: Well, aren't you going to say it?
Max: Say what?
Nikki: "I told you so."
Max: Oh, heavens, I'd never say that.
Nikki: Why not? I deserve it. I'm such an idiot.
Max: You are no idiot, Nikki.
Nikki: [Sighs] I sure feel like one. You know the worst part is Victor had no idea Leanna was onto him. I think he actually thought that he would be able to get away with this, that he could just prance around the country interviewing former lovers for the position of the next Mrs. Victor Newman, and that I would just be none the wiser.
Max: He led you on. You have every right to be angry with him.
Nikki: I'm more angry with myself. Once again, I gave my heart to him. I got caught up in a dream that's never going to happen. Why do I do that? When am I gonna learn?
Phyllis: Wow. Thank God that Larry Warton person showed up when he did.
Jack: Billy is definitely gonna be okay?
John: Well, I spoke to Dr. Walker, and thank God, he said Billy will have no lasting effects.
Jack: Okay, I'm gonna go over to the hospital.
Phyllis: I'll go with you.
John: Jack, Jack, please hold on a moment. There's something that I need to discuss with you, and it is important.
Jack: Can it wait? I'd love to see my brother.
John: Jack, Billy's fine. Now Mac is with him, and Jill. He's in good company.
Jack: Okay. So what's up?
John: It's about the summer campaign. I think what's happened has had a major impact on our Glow by Jabot House.
Jack: Are you considering moving back the start date?
John: That was my first thought, but then I talked to Dr. Walker, and he said that Billy has to take it easy for at least two weeks.
Jack: And that's probably a minimum.
John: And not only that, now it sounds like Raul wants out, Mac wants in. That was at least before all of this happened, and I don't know if she still feels that way.
Jack: So you're guessing both of them are a no-go.
John: In addition, we've lost Sean. We haven't had an opportunity to even think about a replacement.
Jack: We need to hire the right person for that job, believe me.
John: Well, of course. We have two locations.
Jack: Okay, okay. We've got our work cut out for us, but we've been in tough situations before. We can handle this.
John: Well, actually, there's something else. We do have a huge problem.
Mackenzie: Jill, any word on Larry?
Jill: Yes. The paramedics just brought him in.
Mackenzie: Well, how is he?
Jill: He appears to be all right. The doctors are checking him over just to make sure.
Mackenzie: Thank God! That's great news. That's great news. I'm gonna go tell Billy.
Amanda: Mackenzie, wait. Can I speak with you?
Mackenzie: I already told you, I'm not interested.
Jill: Mackenzie, I think that you should listen to what your mother has to say.
Amanda: Thank you for agreeing to hear me out.
Mackenzie: If you're going to try and get me to listen to how this wasn't your fault, I don't want to hear it.
Amanda: Honey, I just want you to understand what happened, okay, and why. A couple of months ago, I was backstage at your school when Ralph showed up. That was the first time that I'd seen him since I left St. Louis. I told him to leave me alone. I told him to leave us alone, but he didn't listen. He forced me back to this motel room, and he wanted to talk. He tape recorded our conversation, and he threatened to use it against me.
Mackenzie: How could he use it against you?
Amanda: I, um -- I said some things about you and Ralph.
Mackenzie: I don't understand.
Amanda: Honey, look, he got me really confused, and he made me admit that, um --
Mackenzie: Admit what? Just say it.
Amanda: He made me admit that when I first came to Genoa City, part of me still wondered if you were telling the truth or not about the things that Ralph did to you.
Mackenzie: Yeah. Yeah, I know that, mother. You believed the word of a sick pervert over your own daughter.
Amanda: No. No, honey, I was in denial. I couldn't allow myself to accept that I had married a man capable of doing such terrible things. And when he threatened to tell you everything if I didn't help him, I panicked. Now I know that I should have come to you right away, because no matter how bad the consequences would have been, it never would have come to this. But I didn't. I just kept digging myself in deeper and deeper. I just thought that if I could just do this one last thing for Ralph, that he would go away, and we could live happily ever after, and you'd never know. Honey, I did it to protect you.
Mackenzie: Protect me? You weren't protecting me. God, you weren't even thinking of me at all. You were thinking about yourself, mother!
Amanda: That's so not true --
Mackenzie: Say what you want, okay, but I don't think you ever believed what kind of monster Ralph really was until now. And look what it took to get you to open your eyes! Billy, my grandmother, Larry and I were hurt. We could have been killed, and it's all because of you!
Nikki: Why do I do this to myself?
Max: Because you're sensitive and trusting. You're a woman who believes in commitment. You had every right to think you were going that way with Victor. For your sake, I wish you were.
Nikki: Oh, yeah, right.
Max: Now I am no fan of Victor's, but I can see what he means to you.
Nikki: Yeah. We used to mean a lot to each other. We raised two beautiful children, and the happiest times of my life were when I was married to him.
Max: Well, you don't need Victor or any man to be happy. Look, I know how difficult it is to give up on love, and in your case, the love of a lifetime. If you need anything, I'll be here for you, Nikki. But in my mind, it's time for you to move on.
Nikki: If only it were that easy.
Max: Easy? No, it's never easy. I've been where you are. There just comes a time in your life when you just have to cut the ties. Nikki, I think that time for you is now.
Victor: You know what upsets me the most about the attitude, darling, is that you believe Leanna Love over me. You know that woman well enough to realize that every word out of her mouth is utter dribble! Yet you give her the benefit of the doubt, not your father!
Victoria: I'm trying.
Victor: No, you're not trying. You tried and convicted me, just like your mother.
Victoria: You know what? It really doesn't matter why you went to go see those women, Dad. The fact of the matter is that you did, and you tried to keep it a secret.
Victor: It does matter why I went to see them! Are you finished?!
Victoria: Yeah, I'm finished. I'm finished hoping and praying and believing in the two of you. I am finished.
Victor: I don't like your attitude, all right? Listen to me. The reason I went to see those women has nothing to do with romance. It was about me -- about your mother and me.
Diane: Well, that takes care of that.
Isabella: Yeah. I thought for sure Jack would ask you to stay.
Diane: So did I. So much for hoping.
Isabella: Diane, don't give up.
Diane: What other choice do I have?
Isabella: You said you knew a doctor. Why don't you get him to tell Jack that you can't travel.
Diane: It's a broken leg, Isabella. You know what? I might as will face facts. Come tomorrow morning, I'm out of here.
Isabella: What happened to "kicking and screaming"?
Diane: That was just a lot of tough talk. You know that. I had my pride to think of. You know what? If only Phyllis hadn't flooded the guest suite. Everything would be working out perfectly.
Isabella: Unfortunately, you can't stay here.
Diane: No, no, because the Glow by Jabot thing is about to start.
Isabella: Then I guess you're right. Looks like it's gonna be time for you to say goodbye.
Jack: What other problem? What are you talking about?
John: When I was leaving the hospital, I was approached by a couple of reporters, one TV, one newspaper. They asked me if I had any comment on what happened to Billy and Mac.
Jack: Boy. How'd you handle that?
John: I told them to back off, which they did for now, but Jack, the reality is, I think that we're a victim of our own success. The kids are big, and this is a big story, and the press are not going to let it go.
Jack: And they certainly know where to find the kids.
John: Here or at the boutique. I think in a few short days, the reporters will be camping outside our doors.
Jack: Yeah. We're gonna have to be very careful how we handle this.
John: Well, I think it's out of our hands. You know, I really believe that this could turn into a media frenzy.
Jack: She's the victim, he's the hero. This is just the kind of story they could put a sensational spin on.
John: Well, it's certainly not going to be good for Jabot's image.
Jack: Right or wrong, it's not good for the company.
Phyllis: Okay. John, what are you saying? What's your point?
John: Under the circumstances, I have no choice. I'm canceling the Glow by Jabot House.
Phyllis: Oh, my God. You're kidding me? You can't do that! Hey, he -- he can't do that. Change his mind!
Jack: Sweetheart, settle down. This is business.
Phyllis: Business? Yeah, it's business, and you know who's getting the business? Me! Listen, I'm telling you, get Diane Jenkins out of our life! I want her out of our life! If you don't do it, I'm gonna have to do it for you. Do you hear me?
Mackenzie: I can't believe I let you back into my life. You made me trust you. You made me love you again. I can't even look at you. You make me sick.
Jill: Amanda, tell her your proposal.
Mackenzie: What are you talking about?
Amanda: Jill's agreed to drop the robbery charges.
Mackenzie: You can do that?
Jill: The district attorney's office wanted to prosecute, but I talked them out of it on one condition -- that your mother leave town and agree never to contact you again.
Amanda: That's what I'm gonna do.
Jill: This is assuming that's what you want, Mackenzie. If you want her to stay here and stand trial, then that is the way we'll handle it. It is completely up to you.
Amanda: Look, I know that this won't change anything, but I want you to know how sorry I am and how much I do love you.
Mackenzie: You don't know what love is. God, I wish you'd never come here. [Sobs]
Jill: Come here. It's over, little one. It's over.
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