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Gina: You have to try the crepe special.
Diane: Really. The one with the lingonberries?
Gina: Yeah. What is it? What's going on between you two?
Diane: Gina, I just need to get my check.
Gina: You haven't even ordered.
Phyllis: She's afraid to be in the same establishment with me. She's afraid Iím going to do away with her right here and now. Lucky her, I forgot my lighter.
John: Jack, don't tell me you have been at the office all night.
Jack: I had to stay late to deal with the Asian crisis. I was on the way out and Europe called.
John: Everything handled?
Jack: Yeah. Everything's fine. I'm wiped out. Is Phyllis awake yet?
John: Yeah, she went out. She wanted to have breakfast out somewhere.
Jack: I hope she comes straight home. We have to talk. Pop, there's a lot going down.
John: What do you mean?
Jack: Phyllis and I were going to get away for a few days, leave all this chaos. And Detective Weber came in to tell Phyllis he didn't want Phyllis to go anywhere.
John: Why the devil not?
Jack: He looks at Phyllis as a suspect.
John: A suspect in the fire? That's unbelievable. I knew something was going down --
Jack: Something happened?
John: Police were here last night with a warrant.
Jack: A warrant for what?
John: To search one of the cars.
Jack: Let me guess, the car I took to the wedding.
Jack: Oh, boy.
Jack: All right deputy dog. What does he want now?
Detective Weber: Good morning, gentlemen.
Mackenzie: You're off the hook now, Brittany. Raul's okay. That means you can leave for college with a clear conscience.
Brittany: Can't be soon enough for me. I can't wait to get out of here.
Mackenzie: Too bad Raul couldn't have that option.
Brittany: Because of me, right? I hope you enjoy rubbing my face in it.
Mackenzie: I think you're walking around with a lot of attitude for something that you did.
Brittany: You don't -- would you shut up. You have no idea how this is affecting me. Not a clue.
Drucilla: You know, Liv, Neilís apartment could use a good cleaning.
Olivia: I bet he didn't have any groceries too.
Drucilla: Lily went to get something to drink and all he had was baking soda.
Olivia: Well, you guessed wrong.
Drucilla: Did I?
Nate: Guessed wrong about what? What were you and mom talking about?
Olivia: Uncle Neilís apartment. We want to get it ready for when he comes home today.
Nate: Can I put up my sign?
Olivia: What sign?
Nate: It's welcome home.
Olivia: I don't want you to miss your bus.
Nate: I have 20 minutes.
Olivia: When you go down there you might meet a gentleman, a friend of aunt Dru's. His name is Wes. Just introduce yourself. He'll know who you are.
Drucilla: Hey Nate, you look handsome.
Nate: Thank you.
Olivia: I hate this tension between us. I'd like us to clear the air.
Drucilla: That's a good idea. And why don't you do just that since you started it in the first place.
Neil: Good morning.
Neil: I made some coffee. You want some?
Wesley: Yeah, that sounds great. Thanks again for letting me bunk here. I'll get out of your hair as soon as I can and let you get on with your day.
Neil: How long are you planning on staying in town?
Wesley: I'm not sure. I cleared the deck at work for a few weeks.
Neil: Then you'll be headed back to Paris?
Wesley: That's the plan.
Neil: Dru going with you?
Wesley: I don't know. Could I help myself to the coffee?
Neil: Yeah, sorry. Right back there in the kitchen.
Jack: Detective, you can save your breath. You're here to harass my wife but she and the so-called victim aren't the best of friends.
Detective Weber: Sir.
Jack: You're forgetting one thing. Sane people do not resort to arson to settle personality conflicts. This whole thing is getting unthinkable.
Detective Weber: Let me ask a quick question. You ever seen a burnt body, Mr. Abbott?
Jack: Is that your question?
Detective Weber: Have you been transporting painting supplies around?
Jack: Why would you ask me something like that?
John: That's why you came by with a search warrant. You wanted to see if there was any traces of paint thinners in one of our cars.
Jack: You didn't find anything. My wife doesn't use that car.
Detective Weber: She did the night of the fire.
Jack: I resent your focus. I know what I know.
Detective Weber: All right then. You gentlemen have a good day.
Raul: You're the last person I expected to see.
J.T.: Hey, man, I slept in one of those plastic chairs in the waiting room the first night they brought you here.
Raul: What does that mean? We're friends all of a sudden?
J.T.: I did it for Mac.
Raul: What a guy.
J.T.: This hospital room has you in a really bad mood.
Raul: I can't imagine why.
J.T.: You want me to leave?
Raul: I'm so bored I would talk to a hamster right now.
J.T.: Then I'm glad I came then. Maybe I should have brought you flowers or candy or something like that.
Raul: Candy, what a great idea. I'm diabetic, moron.
J.T.: Let's stop pretending we like each other. I came here because I want to tell you something.
Raul: What could you know that I would want to know.
J.T.: It's about Brittany. If you're going to act like that, forget it, man.
Raul: What about Brittany?
J.T.: You don't deserve her.
Mackenzie: I like to believe this experience made you grow up a little.
Brittany: Saint Mac always judging. You think I haven't suffered too?
Mackenzie: All I know is what I've seen. It seems to me you have been pretty darn selfish.
Brittany: You don't give me an ounce of credit. You think Iím washing my hands because Raul probably will be okay? You think Iím that shallow? It kills me, Mac. It's something I will feel awful about for the rest of my life.
Mackenzie: Sorry, Brit. You just seem so --
Brittany: What, happy-go-lucky? Yeah, that's me.
Mackenzie: Have you seen Raul this morning?
Brittany: I saw him last night.
Mackenzie: How was he?
Mackenzie: Fine? That's it?
Brittany: Why don't you go see him yourself?
Mackenzie: Where do things stand between you two?
Brittany: We understand each other perfectly.
Mackenzie: Brittany, tell me what's going on.
Mackenzie: I don't believe that.
Brittany: It's not working out the way that I wanted.
Mackenzie: What is it?
Brittany: Nothing is.
[Cell phone ringing]
Brittany: Hello? Okay. I'm on my way. No, I won't be late. I have to go.
Mackenzie: Wait, Brittany, you were saying.
Brittany: Never mind. It's not going to make any difference anyway.
Neil: Yep. Excuse me.
Nate: Uncle Neil, you're home already!
Neil: I got home last night, kid. Oh, man, it's good to see you.
Nate: I didn't think you would be home until later today.
Neil: I thought so too.
Nate: I had a sign I was going to put up. Here it is.
Neil: Welcome home, Neil. That's really nice, thank you.
Nate: Too bad it wasn't a surprise.
Neil: Of course it's a surprise. Get your butt in here. I'll hang it up anyway. Nate, this is Wesley, Wesley, this is Nate.
Wesley: Good to meet you, Nate.
Neil: How did summer camp go? You do any sailing?
Nate: A lot. I got really good at it.
Neil: Hey, know what we should do is rent a boat, put it on the lake and go out there together.
Nate: I can handle it myself if the boat isn't too big.
Neil: I trust you so much I would get on the boat without a life jacket.
Nate: You have to. It's the rule.
Neil: Thanks for the sign, thanks for stopping by. Look at the time. You don't want to be late for school.
Nate: The bus will be there soon.
Neil: Study hard.
Wesley: Hey, it's good meeting you.
Neil: See you later, little brother.
Nate: Bye, uncle Neil.
Wesley: Wow. You mean a lot to that little boy.
Neil: Surprise you?
Olivia: I don't think you heard me last night. I have absolutely no romantic interest in Neil whatsoever. I'm just concerned that --
Drucilla: I might?
Olivia: I said the man is in no shape to focus on anything but his own recovery. I just felt that I should point out it might not be the right thing for either -- you know, I don't want to fight with you.
Drucilla: I don't want to fight with you either, girl. It's a tad disconcerting; you paint me out as a self centered person.
Olivia: That wasn't my intention.
Drucilla: That's the way it sounded.
Olivia: Maybe I shouldn't have put it out there. Maybe I spoke out of turn because of what I have been living with the last six months, seeing a man I care about and admire totally fall apart. I can't even describe to you how horrible it's been. I watched him, Dru. I watched him become this drunk and just lose everything. And there was absolutely nothing I could do to stop it. So if what I was living with made me overreact last night, I'm sorry. I really am. I'm just a little over-protective of that man. I don't want anything, anything to interfere with him beating this thing once and for all.
Drucilla: You know what? Maybe I overreacted too, Liv. You have been here the whole time and I haven't. It must have been pretty bad. So, um, sorry. I'm going to go downstairs and make sure Nate gets on that bus, okay? And make sure Wes gets out of that apartment before Neil gets home.
Brittany: Where's the judge?
Anita: The clerk said she would be here soon.
Brittany: Is Her Honor a friend of yours?
Anita: We met at a few social functions but I wouldn't call us friends.
Brittany: Will she move up the hearing so I can leave town?
Anita: You are going to college, Brittany.
Brittany: I told you I would. Pull strings or whatever you have to do and get me out of here.
Frederick: Brittany, this is Harland Williams.
Harland Williams: Nice to meet you.
Frederick: Are you okay?
Brittany: I can't tell you how happy I am to be here. This is a moment a person lives for.
Diane: I really have to go, Gina.
Gina: Just time out. Why is Diane so afraid of you?
Phyllis: Oh, you haven't heard? Oh, okay, you see, Iím a violent criminal. I should be behind bars. There's nothing I wouldn't do to get her out of my life.
Gina: I don't know what's going on but keep it under control.
Phyllis: Diane thinks she has everything under control. She's spreading lies to the police. They're just soaking it up, every filthy little detail.
Gina: Am I supposed to understand this?
Diane: You know the pool house was set on fire with me in it. The police don't think that's a coincidence. Now they view her as a suspect, Phyllis leaps to the conclusion I goaded them into it.
Gina: Well, did you?
Diane: No, absolutely not.
Phyllis: Watch this, she will start snowing you like she snowed the cops. Watch this.
Diane: Who says he or she won't try again?
Phyllis: I couldn't find a piece of paper big enough of all the people who hate you, you contemptible bitch.
Diane: She wonders why the police are all over her.
Phyllis: No, I don't. It's all your finger-pointing.
Co-worker: Gina, you're needed in the kitchen.
Gina: You two keep it down.
Diane: I have to go.
Phyllis: Let everybody in town about big, bad Phyllis.
Diane: I am the victim. I want the truth to come to light so I don't have to live in fear anymore.
Phyllis: You're so afraid of me. You keep this up. You do that. The more you do it, the more Jack despises you and he supports me. Knock yourself out. Do your worst because we both know I had nothing to do with setting that fire.
Diane: Do we?
Phyllis: One day you will regret sicking the law on me.
Diane: Are you threatening me?
Phyllis: Keep spewing your lies -- it won't work.
Diane: Time will tell.
Phyllis: Yes, time will tell, Diane.
John: I just cannot believe that Phyllis would be a suspect in this fire.
Jack: This is Dianeís doing, Dad. More and more I see her hand. She's poisoning the police against my wife.
John: We have a good police force. The truth will come out and they will back off Phyllis. Now something else is bothering you.
John: Come on. What is it?
Jack: Dad, I had a talk with Jill last night. She told me something.
Jack: Dad, my wife is an amazing lady. She does go off at the mouth. That does not mean she would act on it.
John: Has she gone off again --?
Jack: What she said or didn't say doesn't -- she wouldn't do something like this.
John: Jack, look, anyone who would commit a violent crime like this would either be crazy or really desperate.
Jack: She didn't do it. She didn't do it. If she'd just keep her yap shut. Honest to God, sometimes she's her own worst enemy.
Court Official: Good to see you. I wish it was under different circumstances. Harland? Prosecutor will be here?
Clerk: I will record everything for the court reporter. This is an official session.
Court Official Let's all be seated.
Judge: All right. What have you got?
Harland Williams: This is a motion to advance this case to the first of next week or sooner.
Judge: What's the reason?
Harland Williams: Young lady is late for her first semester of college out of state. We felt that was strong enough hardship.
Judge: What does the D.A.'s office have to say?
Clerk: The arresting officer isn't available until October 21st.
Judge: Can you call her and get her here?
Clerk: No can do.
Judge: You have to understand there are facts that need to be presented to court.
Harland Williams: The facts are in Officer Roper's arrest report.
Clerk: You know very well not all the facts are in there.
Official: I won't force the issue.
Harland Williams: Are you saying we can't move the date up?
Clerk: I'm afraid not.
Wesley: You and Nate are close? Of course it doesn't surprise me. Why would you say it did?
Neil: Has my daughter talked to you about me?
Wesley: Yeah, I heard a lot of good things. You see, she was always very proud of you.
Wesley: When we were in Paris, every once in a while the subject of her dad would come up.
Neil: And who brought that up?
Wesley: Whoever. Do you resent me, Neil?
Neil: Why would you think that?
Wesley: I don't know. You just seem a little irritated by what Iím telling you.
Drucilla: Wes? Oh, I guess Iím a little late.
Neil: Late for what?
Drucilla: When I told Wes he could stay the night here -- how come you're here so early?
Neil: Hi, Dru, I got home last night.
Drucilla: Last night?
Wesley: Neil was a little startled when he saw me here. Once he found out who I was, he was kind enough to let me stay the night.
Drucilla: That was nice of you, Neil.
Neil: I might be a recovering alcoholic but I certainly haven't lost my manners.
Wesley: Listen, thanks for the hospitality, Neil, but I think Iíll take off. I'm going to check in at the hotel and grab some breakfast there. Dru, if you're free, it would be great if you could join me.
Neil: Actually, you know, I have an appointment later this morning and I wondered if you and I could spend a few minutes talking about Lily.
Drucilla: Right. You know, Iím going to do that and, Wes, I will check in with you a little later, okay?
Wesley: Works for me.
Drucilla: All right. I'll see you later.
Neil: See ya.
Drucilla: Well, I'm -- hi.
Drucilla: I'm just a little surprised you left the rehab early.
Neil: Don't worry, Dru, I didn't leave against medical advice. I talked to the doctor. He said it was okay. I was anxious to get back at home, among the living. Hey, listen, I appreciate you sticking around. It means a lot. It gives me the chance. I was kind of hoping that I would see you at the hospital again, but then again, I figured you must have hopped a plane back to Europe.
Drucilla: You didn't expect me to visit you there, did you?
Neil: Let's just put it this way, I wouldn't have minded if you had.
Raul: I don't deserve someone like Brittany, huh? That's great news to me. Chicks like Brittany are dangerous. Look at me, man.
J.T.: She made a mistake. We all make mistakes, man. We think we're real smart.
Raul: You're right. That doesn't change anything though.
J.T.: Why not? She said she was sorry, man. Why can't you cut her some slack.
Raul: I have. I told her to go to college, live her life, forget about me. If that isn't slack, I don't know what the hell is.
J.T.: You are so full of it, man. Brittany loves you. I don't know why, but she does.
Raul: Yeah, she said that after she ran me through her damn windshield. You don't suppose that's the guilt talking, J.T.?
J.T.: Maybe it was a wake-up call.
Raul: Wake up, I love you. They're words, J.T.
J.T.: You're a bigger jerk than I thought.
Raul: Now I know.
J.T.: You're sending her off?
Raul: I just told her I didn't want her sticking around here for my sake. I have a lot of hard work ahead of me, all right? I don't need someone holding my hand because they feel obligated to.
J.T.: You think people can't change.
Raul: They can. They can. Brittany hasnít. She's just a superficial party girl who doesn't give a damn about anything except having a good time.
J.T.: You know who's changed, Raul? You have, man. I came here God knows why, I guess to see if you'd forgive her. That's not going to happen.
Raul: What the hell is it to you, huh?
J.T.: I like Brittany. We have been close since we were kids. You know that. She's hurting. She says she loves you, it doesn't sound like words to me. What the hell, man. She'll get over you. With a little bit of luck, you'll get over yourself. I'm not going to hold my breath.
Harland Williams: Your honor --
Judge: I am not prejudging your client or your case, counselor. You have a high breathalyzer reading, if it's accurate. You have conduct at the very least needs to be explained. It doesn't look good.
Anita: You can't ruin her college career over a date.
Harland Williams: Anita we have to recognize she herself set into motion this whole chain of events.
Frederick: Judge, certainly you understand how important it is for our daughter to make her first semester at college.
Judge: I do, Frederick. Where I sit, Brittanyís very lucky she's alive and can start college during the second semester. I'm out of time. Hearing date shall be set for what was it?
Clerk: October 21st.
Judge: So ruled.
Brittany: Well, so much for pulling strings.
Phyllis: Hey, Jack, honey. Honey!
Jack: Good, you're home.
Phyllis: Hey, look at you. You look like hell.
Jack: Thank you very much. How was your breakfast?
Phyllis: Fine. It was fine.
Jack: You needed to get away for a while?
Phyllis: Yeah. How was your evening?
Jack: I slayed my dragons. I'm beat though.
Phyllis: All the better to get where we're going. I know you can sleep on the plane and get your rest in Monaco. Our tickets are on hold.
Jack: We can't go anywhere.
Phyllis: I talked to Michael Baldwin.
Jack: You know we can't go.
Phyllis: They can't make us stay.
Jack: Sweetheart, we don't want to send the wrong message.
Phyllis: They already have the wrong message. No, no, listen to me. If we stay here Diane would have won. I don't want Diane to win. I need this trip. We need to take this trip. Let's compromise. We don't have to leave the country. We don't even have to leave the state, all right? And they can't make a fuss out of that.
Jack: Honey, I --
Phyllis: Listen, I need you to do this for me. I beg you, please. In a few hours we will be far away from our troubles and far away from here. I'll drive. You can sleep in the back seat of the car. It's not a big deal, okay? Don't look at me like that, all right? Give me a couple minutes to get ready, all right? Just a minute.
Drucilla: I am really sorry with what happened.
Neil: Don't worry about it. It struck me when you came to visit that you left. I'm so glad you didn't. Because of Lily now I have the chance to make amends. I'm very grateful to you for that.
Drucilla: It's important to me too that you two work things out.
Neil: I'm not exactly sure how to go about it. I don't want to get off on the wrong foot with that kid. Hey, would it be possible if I spend some time with Lily this afternoon alone? Would she be receptive to that?
Drucilla: Well, as receptive as she can be right now. As of last night she was willing to talk.
Neil: That's good. That's real good. I think if I can find an opening with her, Iíll get somewhere.
Drucilla: Okay. Just don't get your hopes up too high. She's at an age where she's not particularly pleasant to be around. If it doesn't work out, don't beat yourself up, just join the club.
Neil: I appreciate the warnings. I'll try not to expect too much too soon. I hope I have enough time to accomplish -- whatever. I mean, I will have that time, right, Dru?
Drucilla: Let's play that by ear.
Neil: Cool. So when and where should I meet Lily?
Drucilla: I was thinking after my appointment I could bring her by your office.
Neil: I don't have an office.
Drucilla: I'm sorry. I forgot.
Neil: That's okay. How would you feel about my seeing her now?
Drucilla: Well, I would have to talk to her. She was taking a bath up at Oliviaís. If everything is cool, I don't see why I can't send her down and I'll go and meet Wes for breakfast.
Neil: Sounds like a plan. So this Wesley guy --
Drucilla: I am so sorry what happened. I had no idea you were coming back this early. If I had known, I never would have had him come here.
Neil: I feel Iím at a disadvantage. Think about it, I walk in my apartment after rehabbed how long, and I find a stranger in my apartment. What am I supposed to do? I didn't even know this cat existed.
Drucilla: You and I have not been close for some time, right? Is there something else you want to ask me?
Neil: Yeah. There's a lot I want to ask. Now isn't the time. And right now I don't believe I have the right to ask.
Drucilla: Okay. I'm going to check on Lily, okay? I'll see you in a bit.
Anita: I didn't believe because of one incredibly stupid and irresponsible moment that all our plans went right down the drain.
Frederick: Anita, the judge had a point. We're lucky our baby is alive.
Anita: Brittany had her seat belt on unlike her friend Mr. Gutierrez. This is a disaster.
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