Y&R Transcript Thursday 9/26/02

Y&R Transcript Thursday 9/26/02


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Phyllis: Come on.

Cop: Phyllis Summers Abbott, I'm placing you under arrest. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to talk to an attorney and have him present while you are questioned. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed to represent you before you answer any questions. Do you understand these rights?

Jack: What is the charge?

Detective Weber: Your wife is being arrested for aggravated arson.

Jack: What does aggravated mean?

Detective Weber: Setting fire to an inhabited building.

John: Just a moment here. What the hell is going on?!

Phyllis: They're trying to arrest me!

John: Arrest her?

Phyllis: I did not set the pool house fire! I did not do this!

John: Detective, do you have evidence?

Detective Weber: I can't reveal that, sir.

Cop: If there's any jewelry or personal belongings you want to leave here, Mrs. Abbott --

Phyllis: I'll go upstairs and change.

Detective Weber: I'm sorry, ma'am, we can't allow you to do that.

Cop: Just remove anything you don't want to take with you.

Phyllis: I can't do this. I didn't do this. I didn't do this!

[Phyllis sobbing]

Jack: I cannot believe this. You can't take her!

Detective Weber: Procedure, sir, Iím sorry.

Phyllis: My rings. My God.

Jack: Come on, is this really necessary?

Phyllis: See, I told you the other day! He wanted to cuff me. Remember when I said that he wanted to slap the cuffs on me. Hey, I hope you're happy. Are you happy now? You happy?!

Sharon: I was wondering where you'd gone.

Nick: I didn't realize I had to clock in and out.

Sharon: Nick, I didn't mean --

Nick: Where are the kids?

Sharon: I think Miguelís feeling a little lonely up at the main house. He invited them up for breakfast. Have you had breakfast?

Nick: I'm not that hungry. I'll just have a bowl of cereal.

Sharon: How about I fix you a nice cheese omelet?

Nick: No thanks.

Sharon: Nick, a bowl of cereal isn't going to give you enough nutrition.

Nick: Sharon, drop the "dutiful wife" act, okay? I'm gonna hop in the shower.

Sharon: Before you go, I think we should discuss the sleeping arrangements.

Nick: Well, the couch isn't half bad when you get used to it.

Sharon: We've discussed this before. The kids are going to realize there's a problem. They're going to come down early one morning and catch you.

Nick: You're right. This can't go on.

Sharon: What does that mean? That you're going to move out?

Nick: No, Iím not doing that to the kids.

Sharon: Well, you could always come back up to our bedroom.

Nick: I guess that is the only alternative. But I am not sharing a bed with you, so forget it.

Sharon: I understand how you feel, but we have to work out something.

[Phone rings]

Sharon: Hello?

Nikki: G'day, mate!

Sharon: Oh, Nikki. Hi! How's Australia?

Nikki: Oh, it is fantastic. It's really late here, but I wanted to call before we got on a plane to come home. It has just such a wonderful trip. Romantic, fun what a wonderful country! We've been all over exploring all over. We've barely scratched the surface.

Sharon: That sounds great.

Nikki: Well, I'll tell you, it's the best honeymoon I've ever had, and Iíve had a few.

Sharon: Well, Iím glad you and Victor are enjoying yourselves.

Nikki: Yeah, that's about it. What about you? Any news?

Sharon: What do you mean?

Nikki: You know. You and Nicholas. How's it going -- trying for that new baby?

[Doorbell rings]

Wes: Hey.

Dru: Hi.

Wes: Perfect timing.

Dru: Wow, this is nice. Oh, breakfast?

Wes: I had room service send it. Now, I can tell you you look so good.

Dru: You really know how to spoil a girl.

Wes: You are hungry I hope.

Dru: Yeah, I can always eat.

Wes: There you go.

Dru: Mm, frittata. What's so funny?

Wes: I'm sorry, I just can't stop thinking about your ex.

Dru: Neil? What about him?

Wes: Nothing -- well, I mean here's this poor guy, he's coming home from what must have been just a nightmare. You know, "first day of the rest of my life" kind of thing. It's a big step. He's pulled himself up to the rim of this hole he was in -- he walks back into his apartment and finds a complete stranger.

Dru: Well, I'm sure Neil didn't find that amusing.

Wes: No, no, but he was cool. Took him a minute to adjust, but I was surprised, even when he found out who I was, he didn't miss a beat.

Dru: Who did you tell him you were?

Wes: Your fiancť.

Neil: Thank you for coming -- giving me this time.

Lily: Yeah, sure.

Neil: I've been so anxious to see you and talk to you. Now, I hardly know what to say to you.

Lily: Well, it's been a long time. Years.

Neil: I've wanted to see you, Lily.

Lily: Well, I guess you didn't want it bad enough to make it happen.

Neil: Lily, I can't believe how much you've changed, and how much you've grown.

Lily: Well, it happens.

Neil: You look absolutely wonderful.

Lily: Thanks. You look good, too. How do you feel?

Neil: I feel better. It's still a long road back. Tough battle ahead of me.

Lily: Well, for what it's worth, I think you're gonna make it.

Neil: It's worth a lot, Lily. Hearing that you have faith in me, in spite of everything -- you can't imagine how much that means to me.

Dru: Wes, tell me you're kidding. Tell me you didn't tell Neil you're my fiancť.

Wes: Why? Told him we're a hot item, even by Paris standards.

Dru: I'm not playing. I'm serious, Wes.

Wes: Even filled him in on the wedding you and I got planned under the Eiffel tower.

Dru: I can't believe you.

Wes: He was really very excited for you.

Dru: You know, I'm looking at you. I'm trying to tell if you're lying to me or not. But if you're not, if you told him this -- so help me God, I will wring your neck. I will -- I'm serious.

Wes: Gotcha!

Dru: See now, you're not right.

Wes: Youíre too easy. Can I help it if you're so darned gullible?

Dru: You shouldn't be teasing me. It's not right.

Wes: All right, relax. Don't lose your sense of humor.

Dru: Hmm -- well, I guess you and Neil got on okay?

Wes: Yeah. He was a bit shaken to find you had a male friend. I did tell him you and I had been seeing each other.

Dru: Why'd you have to go and do that?

Wes: Come on, Dru, it's not like I challenged the guy to a duel. I don't go in for that macho kinda thing, you know that.

Dru: I know you don't. I like that about you.

Wes: Anyway, it was nice to finally meet the man. It's not like I've heard a lot about him.

Dru: I'm sure Lily's mentioned him to you from time to time.

Wes: I'll tell you one thing. Anyone who's man enough to have landed a wildcat like you had to be quite a guy.

Serena: Dr. Winters --

Olivia: Serena?

Serena: Got a few minutes?

Olivia: Depends.

Serena: I'd like to talk about Neil.

Olivia: You know he's back from rehab.

Serena: Yes.

Olivia: Have you spoken to him, since he got home?

Serena: Not yet. I wanted to give him some space.

Olivia: Wise decision.

Serena: I know his ex-wife's back in town.

Olivia: So --

Serena: Lousy timing, if you ask me.

Olivia: Really?

Serena: Well, they wouldn't be divorced if they didn't have some serious issues.

Olivia: Meaning?

Serena: Okay, Iíll be blunt. He doesn't need anyone ragging on him right now. Especially someone who knows how to push all his buttons.

John: I can't believe that this is happening.

Jack: I can't believe it either.

[Doorbell rings]

Jack: Thank God, you got my message. Come on in.

Silva: It sounded like it was urgent.

Jack: It's urgent, all right. My wife just got arrested.

Silva: Arrested? What for?

Jack: Aggravated arson, they said.

Silva: You mean that fire in your pool house. I heard about that -- I had no idea arson was involved.

Jack: Someone doused the pool house with paint thinner and torched it while Diane was in there. And somehow they've decided Phyllis did this. This is ridiculous, John! It's insane.

Silva: Jack, Jack, take it easy. Let's back up. Tell me the whole story from the beginning.

Jack: Okay.

Sharon: Oh, right. The baby.

Nikki: I know it's early, I just thought maybe --

Sharon: Nothing, nothing yet, Nikki.

Nikki: Well, you just started trying. It might take little while. Be patient.

Sharon: I know, I know. Be patient.

Nikki: Is Nicholas there?

Sharon: Nick -- oh, I'm afraid he's just on his way to work.

Nikki: Oh, honey, will you please try to grab him. I don't know when I'm going to be able to call back.

Sharon: Sure. Hold on. I'm sorry, but she insists.

Nick: Hey, Mom. How's your trip?

Nikki: It's wonderful. I'll tell you all about it when I get home.

Nick: Well, I don't wanna hear everything.

Nikki: Nicholas, this is your mother, please. Listen, the reason I wanted to talk to you -- I found this beautiful turquoise bracelet in a boutique in Sydney. I just -- it really made me think of Sharon, so I bought it. I hope you don't mind. 'Cause I want you to give it to her.

Nick: I don't know what to say.

Nikki: Of course, she's right there. Don't say anything. I'll just go ahead and Iíll slip it to you when I get home.

Nick: Okay.

Nikki: Okay, well, I gotta go.

Nick: All right. Well, give Dad our love. Tell him not to worry. I got everything under control here.

Nikki: All right, sweetheart. You both sound terrific. I'll see ya soon.

Nick: Okay, Mom.

Olivia: You do realize you're talking about my sister, don't you?

Serena: I'm sure you can be objective.

Olivia: This isn't about your concern for Neil.

Serena: I don't know what you mean.

Olivia: I think you do. You're worried that there's something romantic going on between Neil and Drucilla.

Serena: Is there?

Olivia: You're asking the wrong person.

Serena: Who else can I ask?

Olivia: How about Neil? You're interested in the man for yourself, aren't you?

Serena: He's the first guy Iíve cared about in a long, long time.

Olivia: I realize you have been a good friend to him.

Serena: I kept the man going when nobody else could. I comforted him. I supported him. I held him when he was in pain.

Olivia: And we're all very grateful.

Serena: I'm not here for thanks.

Olivia: Then why are you here?

Serena: I know I'm good for him. I know what he's going through. I stopped drinking, too.

Olivia: And that's very commendable. But I hope you did that for yourself to make your life better. If you did it for Neilís sake --

Serena: Look -- look, I don't know what's going on with his ex-wife. But this man is recovering from an addiction, he doesn't need a lot of drama.

Olivia: And you think my sister's being here is gonna cause that.

Serena: Don't you, doctor? Honestly?

Wes: I was really impressed with the way Neil dealt with your sister's boy.

Dru: Oh, you mean Nate?

Wes: Yeah. It's obvious the kid just adores him, which tells me a lot. And the guy's no slouch, there's no doubt about that.

Dru: Which is why I still can't believe how Neil let himself go down the way he did.

Wes: It happens. Now I've seen a lot of people who never make it back.

Dru: Do you think Neilís going to be okay?

Wes: Well, these next few weeks are critical. But, even then, Neil cannot let his guard down. I'm telling you, booze is a very sneaky enemy. It plays dirty.

Dru: So you're saying he has a very tough road ahead of him?

Wes: And then some. But the key is -- he's got a lot to live for and a lot of reasons to stay sober.

Dru: Lily being one of the main reasons.

Wes: He's lucky. I mean, so many people, by the time they're ready for help, they've pretty much burned their bridges, alienated everyone who's cared about them.

Dru: So back to my question. Do you think Neilís going to be okay?

Wes: Well, based on my experience dealing with recovering addicts, yeah, I think Neil Winters has a very good chance of being a success story.

Neil: Lily, there is absolutely no excuse. I cannot justify what I let happen to myself.

Lily: I'm glad you see that.

Neil: Can I tell you that I felt like I was dying inside. You know, there was so much pain, so much guilt.

Lily: You mean Uncle Malcolm? I know. It sucks, what happened.

Neil: Yeah. Yeah, it did. And what sucked even more is that I nearly destroyed my own life over it.

Lily: You couldn't help how you felt. You had good reason.

Neil: Lily, as an adult, you have to accept that, no matter how much pain you're in, there are some things that only make matters worse. In my case, I had to completely shut everything out. Anyway, enough about me. Let's talk about you, huh?

Lily: I'm not such an interesting topic.

Neil: You'll never convince me of that.

Lily: Well, what do you want to talk about?

Neil: What do you want to tell me?

Lily: Well, this buddy-buddy stuff -- it's kinda late for that, don't you think?

Neil: No. No, I donít. I believe it's never too late for a father and daughter to repair or rebuild their relationship. I'm hoping and praying that you'll give me the chance to prove that to you, young lady.

Cop: I can remove those handcuffs now, if you'd like.

Phyllis: Yeah. Thank you.

Cop: Better?

Phyllis: Yes, much better. Okay, now, all right. I'd like you to understand something now.

Cop: What's that?

Phyllis: I didn't start the fire. I didn't do it. Now, I know that Detective Weber feels that I did, but he's mistaken.

Cop: Then you have nothing to worry about then.

Phyllis: See, I do have to worry, 'cause you've arrested me. Have you ever been arrested?

Cop: No.

Phyllis: Okay, well, it's not fun, and I don't like it.

Cop: No one does.

Phyllis: But, you see, if I started that fire, I could just say, "Hey, Phyllis, you know, you were caught. That's too bad. Tough beans." Right? But I didn't do it. I didn't start the fire. I didn't so you can imagine that I would be upset, right?

Cop: I'm sure you are. Now, if you'll just take a seat, we've got some paperwork to do first.

Phyllis: All right, you're not listening to me. Officer, I didn't do this. I'm not a criminal. I don't belong here. So I'm gonna go.

Cop: No, you aren't.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah. Yes, I most definitely Iím going to go.

Cop: I need some help over here!

Phyllis: No, I didn't do this. I'm telling you, I didn't do this!

Silva: So, this can of paint thinner they found -- have you ever seen it on your property before?

Jack: They haven't shown it to me at all.

Silva: Okay, well, they'll have to show it to us pretty soon.

John: I had no idea you could tell one paint thinner from the other.

Jack: This is the kind that was used to fuel the flames. It's apparently not a very common brand, not sold in many stores.

Silva: Well, that's good.

Jack: Why?

Silva: It means they might be able to pinpoint where it was purchased, possibly even who bought it. If Phyllis is innocent, this will work in our favor.

Jack: If Phyllis is innocent?

Silva: Easy, Jack. Of course, I assume that she is. I'm just looking at what little we have to go on at the moment.

John: You know, they have to have something pretty damning. But I have no idea what it is.

Jack: As near as I can tell, they are operating purely on motive.

Silva: The fact that your wife has a problem with Diane Jenkins?

Jack: Problem? The two hate each other's guts.

John: Yeah, therefore, Phyllis must have started the fire -- so they believe.

Silva: With Diane in the building?

Jack: What have they got besides that?

Silva: Well, I think your dad's right. There's got to be something more. These guys just don't arrest someone for no reason. Now, Jack, Iíve got to ask this -- is it possible that Phyllis could have done this? I'm not saying likely, just -- is it possible?

Jack: I have trouble believing my wife could do anything this insane.

Silva: But you're not certain, so it is possible? John, what do you think?

John: I hate to say it -- there was a time a few weeks ago when I heard Phyllis make some rather ugly threats.

Jack: Oh, Dad, I'd hate that you could even think that. Please, don't say that to anyone.

Silva: But you did say that Phyllis left the wedding reception right around the time that fire started?

Jack: Yeah, some guy from her office made a prank call.

Silva: Really? Did she ever find out who that guy was?

Jack: She's had a hell of a lot more on her mind than tracing down some stupid, anonymous phone call.

John: But tell me something -- do you think it's possible that they have any hard evidence? Fingerprints, witnesses?

Silva: Could be just a lot of little things that all add up.

Jack: Circumstantial evidence?

Silva: If there's enough of it, yeah.

Jack: I'm telling you, I think they're shooting in the dark. But why? No one was hurt. Why do they need to arrest someone right now?

Silva: Jack, there's still a lot we don't know.

Jack: Well, I know this much -- my wife is innocent. I want her home!

Silva: All right, then the best thing I can do is get down to the courthouse and make sure this moves quickly.

Jack: Fine. Do it.

Phyllis: Hey, officer, listen I promise I won't run away again. You can take these off of me, all right?

Cop: Just stand still, Mrs. Abbott, while I take your picture.

Phyllis: Okay. Hey, wouldn't it be cool if I was a writer or something and I could think of this as an adventure? You know, 'cause writers, they draw upon their life to make good stories, because, you know, if they don't have any stories, nobody believes what they say.

Cop: That's what I hear. Now, stand still, please.

Phyllis: Here, let me tell you something. I'm talking a lot 'cause Iím just really nervous. Can you just -- can you just talk to me? Okay? I just need to relax.

Cop: Let's just get this over with, okay?

Phyllis: Okay. Should I smile at the camera or be serious?

Cop: Just don't move. Face this way. Don't do that.

[Phyllis laughs]

Phyllis: I'm sorry. But I'm really having a hard time --

[Phyllis sobbing]

Phyllis: I can't believe this is happening -- that Iím an arsonist. Because this is a huge, huge mistake.

Cop: Let me tell you something, Mrs. Abbott. It would be an even bigger mistake not to take this seriously. Now, no more faces, okay?

Olivia: Why don't you just get to the point of this visit?

Serena: All right. I need your help. I want you to discourage your sister from trying to get her hooks into the man.

Olivia: Leaving the way clear for you?

Serena: Would that be so bad?

Olivia: It's not my job to be a matchmaker, Serena.

Serena: I'm not asking you to.

Olivia: No, you're just suggesting that I try to run Neilís life.

Serena: No, Iím talking about what's good for him. You're a doctor. You know, sometimes you have to prescribe the right medicine.

Olivia: And you're the prescription he needs?

Serena: Yeah, I am.

Olivia: I don't prescribe people. If Neil wants to stay in contact with you, if he wants to pursue you as more than a friend, that's his business. But you know the man's changed.

Serena: Meaning he's not a drunk anymore.

Olivia: Which is the only context you've known him in.

Serena: You know, let me worry about that. The point is, I don't have history or share a child with him. I don't have any way to keep his attention like your sister does.

Olivia: Nothing I can do about that.

Serena: Nothing you want to do about it, you mean. I see the way you look at me. You think I'm trash.

Olivia: I barely know you, Serena. You were kind to my friend when he needed someone. So Iím assuming you're a good person.

Serena: And you won't help me?

Olivia: No.

Serena: Damn it, Doc, you can get your sister off of his back. Give the man a chance to get his head together, make his own decisions.

Olivia: You know what? I have no idea what Neil is thinking or what his plans are. If he's been blowing you off lately, it could be for reasons other than his ex-wife being in town.

Serena: You mean, like, he's just not interested in me?

Olivia: Neil's main interests right now are getting closer to his daughter and staying off alcohol. Those have to be his priorities -- that and staying away from stress.

Serena: Oh, you think Iíll cause him stress?

Olivia: If you care about the man in the way you say that you do, you'll take your own advice. Back off and let him make his own decisions. Don't push him for more than he's willing to give.

Serena: I should have known better than to expect sympathy from you. Thanks for nothin'.

Lily: Look, I know you feel like we need to talk.

Neil: We do need to talk.

Lily: Wesley told me that it would be best if we tried to work out some of our stuff before I go home to Paris.

Neil: Wesley said that?

Lily: That's really why Iím here.

Neil: Because he felt we should talk?

Lily: Yeah.

Neil: I see. What do you think?

Lily: The truth? I feel pretty weird about the whole thing.

Neil: What do you mean the whole thing?

Lily: Well, you know, being back in this place.

Neil: This place? Genoa City? This is your home.

Lily: Genoa City was never any kind of home to me.

Neil: Lily, how can you say that?

Lily: It may have been a place I lived for a while when I was a little kid, but it was never home.

Neil: All right. Lily, I grant you -- I haven't been the perfect father.

Lily: You haven't been a father at all.

Neil: Well, you see -- I didn't have the chance -- to be the father that I wanted to be because you were living in Europe.

Lily: Okay, so now you're saying that it's Mom's fault?

Neil: No. I'm saying that this is between you and me. I'm saying that I didn't want you to leave, that Iíve always loved you, and that I've always wanted you to be with me. And, unfortunately, that's not how life worked out.

Lily: If you wanted it bad enough, you could have made it happen.

Neil: You keep saying that. But the fact is, I didn't want to get in the way of your mother's happiness.

Lily: So what do you want me to do? Give you a gold medal?

Neil: A little understanding would be nice.

Lily: I spent years trying to understand. And, finally, I just gave up. Your father's either there for you or he's not. And you never were.

Neil: You're very bitter.

Lily: No. I just don't really care anymore.

Neil: That's too bad. Because now that you're back, I thought maybe we could get to know each other again and share some quality time together. And you say that you're missing a father in your life.

Lily: Look, we went our separate ways a long time ago. I mean, you can't just turn back the clock and pretend like it never happened. Even if you wanted to -- which I doubt.

Neil: Maybe I deserve that.

Lily: Yeah. Maybe you do. I've got to go.

Neil: Hey, Lily, can I --?

Phyllis: Okay, listen, this isn't funny anymore. I'm telling you I am totally innocent, all right?

Cop: Everyone's innocent who comes here, Mrs. Abbott.

Phyllis: Yeah, well, I really am. Okay? What kind of evidence do you have on me?

Cop: I don't have that information.

Phyllis: Well, who does?

Cop: The district attorney, I imagine.

Phyllis: Oh, the district attorney? What, are you gonna lock me up when you can't even tell me what kind of evidence you got on me?

Cop: I'm sorry.

Phyllis: Aren't you supposed to confront me with my accusers or something?

Cop: I'm not a lawyer. Do you have a lawyer?

Phyllis: Do I have a lawyer? Let me tell you something. My husband is Jack Abbott of Jabot Cosmetics. If I wanted 20 lawyers, I could get 20. That's not the point.

Cop: What is the point, Mrs. Abbott?

Phyllis: The point is I don't need a lawyer to prove nothing. I didn't do this. I would never destroy my husband's property, okay? My God, I was at my boss's wedding. What do you think I'm gonna do? You know, hang out at the wedding, run home, torch the pool house and then go back in time for wedding cake? No, that's ludicrous. You know why? Because it never happened!

Cop: I hear you, Mrs. Abbott.

Phyllis: Do you hear me? Really? Do you? Do you? Or are you just saying that? Do you really hear me?

Cop: I've got to file these. I'll be watching you.

Phyllis: I'm innocent. I didn't do this. I didn't do this. I didn't do this.

Dru: Wes, you didn't play shrink with Neil, did you?

Wes: Moi? All right, I did catch myself trying to give him some professional advice. But then I kind of got the feeling he doesn't want that from me. Really, I think he knows that he's got to reengage with the world, which is exactly what I think he'll do.

Dru: Well, you know more about all that stuff than I do, anyway.

Wes: Yeah, well, no one has all the answers. There's no one road to recovery. Now, when I was leaving, Neil said he wanted to talk about Lily?

Dru: Yeah, he said he hoped to spend some time with her.

Wes: And?

Dru: And they're together as we speak, which makes me slightly nervous.

Wes: Why's that?

Dru: Well, because he's not accustomed to dealing with a spirited teenager.

Wes: Oh, he'll get the hang of it. Look, the important thing is that he's committed. All right? It's clear, he cares a great deal about her.

Dru: Okay. You always know how to make me feel comfortable and at ease.

Wes: It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it. Which reminds me --

Dru: Yeah?

Wes: I've missed you.

Dru: You know, Wes, Iím sorry that I was, you know, distant when you first came to town.

Wes: No.

Dru: No, I was.

Wes: You -- had a lot on your mind, worrying about Neil. But he's home now. And you felt comfortable enough to leave father and daughter alone together.

Dru: Which means I can relax.

Wes: You should stay here.

Dru: Mm, I need to be with Lily right now.

Wes: Oh, bring her. Bring her. We'll get the connecting room next door.

Dru: No, no. I really think that we should leave things the way they are right now.

Wes: Okay. You're the boss.

Dru: And don't you forget it.

Dru: I hate to eat and run -- but I gotta go.

Wes: I'll see you soon?

Dru: Mm-hmm, yeah. Thanks for breakfast.

Wes: It's my pleasure.

Sharon: I'm sorry about your mom. I just didn't know what else to do.

Nick: Well, we can't tell 'em what happened. It'll ruin their trip.

Sharon: She sounded so happy. Australia must really have agreed with her.

Nick: I'm sure my dad has a lot to do with that.

Sharon: Well, of course, it does, Nick. I wasn't implying --

Nick: As much as I hate to say it, I dread them coming home.

Sharon: Finding out about us, you mean?

Nick: They'll be devastated.

Sharon: I feel so guilty.

Nick: If the shoe fits. I just want to keep this from them as long as possible.

Sharon: Whatever you want, Nick.

Nick: You know, while you were on the phone, I had an idea.

Sharon: What's that?

Nick: We should get a sofa bed.

Sharon: For the bedroom, you mean?

Nick: Yeah. I mean, that's the whole point, right? We hide our problems and don't do anything to upset the kids.

Sharon: Okay. Fine. I'll order one today. I'll have it delivered right away. Nick -- thanks for not moving out.

Nick: I'm not doing it for you.

Sharon: I know. But thanks just the same.

Cop: Mrs. Abbott? We'll be moving you to a holding cell momentarily.

Phyllis: All right, a cell with bars.

Cop: Fletcher? Escort Mrs. Abbott to the women's holding cell, please.

Jack: Phyllis!

Phyllis: Oh, my God! Jack --

Cop: Please back away, sir.

Guard: Back up, sir.

Cop: Look, there is no contact between prisoner and visitors!

Jack: We'll get you out of here, sweetheart! I'm gonna get you out of here!

[Phyllis sobbing]

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