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John: Look, why don't you state your case. I have a busy day.
Michael: Of course. I represent Lawrence Warton. He was on your maintenance staff until recently when he was fired.
Michael: We believe this to be blatantly unfair. It's as clear case of sexual harassment as I have seen.
John: Sexual harassment?
Michael: One of your board members had a sexual relationship with Mr. Warton and when she was done with him, he was out after job.
John: I was in this room when Mr. Warton behaved in a completely outrageous and subordinate manner. If she didn't fire him, I would have.
Michael: There are two sides to every story. That's why they have juries.
John: What are you asking?
Michael: Something in the realm of half a million should compensate my client for everything he's been through.
Gina: Hey, Larry, something wrong with your beer?
Gina: I don't think you've even had a sip of it.
Larry: Oh, no, no. It's fine. I guess I'm a little out of it today, kind of wrestling with something.
Gina: It's about a woman, right?
Larry: It's about me, knowing I probably shouldn't have done something, but damn if I didn't go ahead and do it anyway.
Gina: You know what they say. This too shall pass.
Larry: You're a regular philosopher.
Gina: That's me, a regular philosopher.
Drucilla: Honey, what time is it?
Wesley: Almost quarter after.
Drucilla: I have to pick her up. I hope this has a positive affect on that attitude of hers.
Wesley: Have you heard from Sid lately?
Drucilla: He's lining up some work for me in Chicago. I know it's not Paris. At least it will keep me busy and in front of the camera.
Wesley: That's great, if that's what you still want to be doing.
Drucilla: Of course it is. Why would you ask me such a silly question?
Wesley: I don't want to see you travelling all over the place anymore.
Drucilla: It never bothered you before.
Wesley: It did. Back then I didn't propose to you.
Drucilla: That was a proposal? I thought it was a suggestion.
Wesley: It was and a damn good one if I may suggest.
Neil: Thanks for coming so quickly.
Olivia: You said to hurry.
Neil: That's bus I have "the" best news.
Olivia: Good. I could use some right now.
Neil: I went to see victor.
Neil: And you are looking at a gainfully employed man.
Neil: It's not my old job and I'm on probation but I'm on my way. I want you to be the first to know because if it weren't for you, I couldn't have done it.
Olivia: I'm so proud of you, pulling your whole professional life together.
Neil: My personal life too. I'm trying anyway.
Neil: I asked Dru to move in with me.
(Knock on door)
Colleen: Who is it?
Brad: It's your Dad. Can I come in, Colleen?
Brad: Honey, boy, am I glad to see you.
Colleen: Why? So you can yell at me for all the mistakes I made?
Brad: I'm not here to yell at you, Colleen.
Colleen: You want me to come home. Mom sent you, you might as well leave. I'm not going to New York with her.
Brad: Look at this place. It's like jail. You have to be miserable here.
Colleen: It's a lot better than boarding school, everybody telling me how messed up I am? Mom's the one that's messed up. She's out of her mind.
Cody: There you go.
J.T.: Thanks, man.
Cody: Is it true?
J.T.: Is what true?
Cody: Everybody is talking about you and Colleen. Did you really get arrested and go to jail?
J.T.: A night in jail. I can't believe the last few days. I was hanging out, going to class, doing my thing and everything went crazy.
Cody: I hope things go better for you.
J.T.: Don't bet the rent on it.
Traci: Is your name J.T.?
J.T.: Yeah, who are you?
Traci: Traci Conley, Colleen's Mother.
Colleen: She had him arrested. If that's not crazy, I don't know what is.
Brad: I won't let you talk about your Mother that way.
Colleen: She's totally lost it.
Brad: Someone who's demanding to be treated like an adult -- I'm not here to rag on you or J.T. I want to understand what's going on with you, honey. You care a great deal for this boy or you wouldn't be here.
Colleen: I can't believe this is even happening.
Brad: You couldn't foresee a situation like this happening when you started your relationship? Nothing good could come from a lie.
Colleen: You want me to be honest and trust your judgment. How can I do that when you don't even trust me.
Olivia: When did this happen?
Neil: Last night after a lot of discussion.
Olivia: I really didn't think you and Dru were headed in that direction.
Neil: I think I caught your sister off-guard a little bit.
Olivia: How did she respond?
Neil: I'll wait for her answer. I told her to think about it.
Olivia: Very cagey.
Neil: I think it's best for lily right now.
Olivia: This is about lily.
Neil: This is about my daughter and her Mother. My first consideration is lily.
Olivia: But there are other considerations. What about Wesley? Does he know about this?
Neil: Hell yeah he knows.
Olivia: How does he feel?
Neil: Ask me if I give a damn. This involves my family and me, period. I don't care about Drucilla's boyfriend, not that he's taking it lying down.
Olivia: What did he do?
Neil: The minute he heard, he popped the question.
Ashley: Ashley Abbott Carlton.
Wesley: Wesley --
Ashley: You must be Dru's friend from Paris.
Wesley: That's right.
Ashley: You don't sound French.
Wesley: Because I'm originally from Atlanta. I spent the last ten years in Paris.
Ashley: I have been there the last few years and --
Drucilla: Isn't it time for us to pick up lily?
Wesley: Go ahead. I'll catch up with you later.
Drucilla: I'll talk to you tomorrow. Ashley, you take care.
Wesley: Travel safe.
Ashley: What do you do in Paris?
Wesley: I'm a psychiatrist.
Brad: Colleen, there are reasons, good reasons why you don't want your 15-year-old daughter spending time with an 18-year-old guy, no matter who it is. You don't want your child to be taken advantage of or hurt.
Colleen: Have you taken five minutes to get to know him, Dad?
Brad: All right. Let's suppose I had. What would I find?
Colleen: I don't think you even realize he looks out for me. He does it all the time.
Brad: How? How does he do that?
Colleen: I found out Mom wanted me to go back to New York. All I could think about was running, disappear for good. J.T. is the one that talked me out of it. Then he said he would talk to you and Granddad if I went back home, and I was going to. I just decided that when the cops showed up but no one believes us. It's not fair. J.T. is a really good person. People thinks -- people think he's cool but I see right through it. He sees through me. He's the best friend I have. I can tell him anything and he gets it. If I lost him, I don't know what I'd do. I'm so worried he'll hate me.
Brad: I don't think that's going to happen.
Colleen: Are you kidding? He was arrested, thrown in jail. He -- and it's all my fault.
Brad: It's not your fault, not one person. We all made decisions and now we're living with the consequences, even me.
Colleen: You? Why is it your fault?
Brad: Sweetheart, I have been so caught up in my own stuff, I haven't been there for you, not the way I should be. Maybe if I had, a lot of this could have been avoided. And now you're in this place and I see you hurting the way you are.
Colleen: Ashley was sick.
Brad: It's no excuse.
Colleen: Dad, I don't blame you. I understand.
Brad: Colleen, I don't understand. I blame me. I am angry. When you came back here I made a vow to myself that I would be a real Father to you. I haven't done that. This will not happen again. I promise you. I'm going to see you through this.
Colleen: No one's even ever said that to me.
Brad: A big part of me feels like I let you down, honey.
Colleen: Oh, Dad, don't say that. I met someone and I want to be with him. There's nothing you or anyone can do to change that.
Traci: Over here, J.T.
J.T.: If you'll just listen to me for a second.
Traci: I have absolutely no interest in hearing your spin on this situation.
J.T.: My spin?
Traci: It's simple. Colleen is 15. You're an adult. She's been lying and sneaking around with you. If you don't like the consequences, that's tough. Tell it to somebody else.
J.T.: If you don't want to listen to me --
Traci: I'll talk. I flew back from New York to take my daughter back with me. After a fun filled day where you took her, the police finally found her.
J.T.: Why aren't you on a plane?
Traci: Colleen refused to go with me. Right now she's at the Juvenile Detention Centre.
J.T.: What? I thought she was home with her family.
Traci: She threatened to run away again. The police told her if she can't back off, that was her only option. She's in that place with kids in gangs, kids on drugs and God knows what he is because of you.
J.T.: I can't believe she did that.
Traci: What, you're concerned?
J.T.: Yeah, I'm concerned. I don't want her in a place like that.
Traci: Then we have one thing in common, don't we.
J.T.: If you don't want to listen to what I have to say, what's left?
Traci: I am here to make a deal with you. You are indourable with the law, big trouble. I can do something about that.
J.T.: Like what?
Traci: I will talk to the authorities. I will get them to drop all charges in exchange I want you to tell Colleen she needs to go back to New York with me. I'll arrange a phone call.
J.T.: A phone call?
Traci: You have 24 hours. You can find me at my Father's house.
J.T.: That is your deal?
Traci: If you want to help Colleen, if you want to help yourself you know what you have to do so do it.
John: Now, Mr. Baldwin, if you think you can intimidate me by these ridiculous allegations.
John: You are known for going for the jugular particularly when it's unwarranted.
Michael: You know, Mr. Abbott, with a case as strong as this, a lawyer who's only in it for the money would have bon straight to the court. Next stop the tabloids.
John: Is that a threat?
Michael: I think I have taken the high road by offering to settle. I have plenty of friends with this sort of e expertise. Sensational cases with a high titillation factor, cases where jury awards go right in the stratosphere. I would be happy to give Warton some names.
John: Now just a moment. This is a shakedown pure and simple.
Michael: Look, the laws against this sort of behavior were put in place for a reason. If you don't feel ms. Abbott didn't violate the law, -- I have agreed you to get out of a mess your board member has made. Needless to say, do not take too long.
John: Boy oh, boy.
Jill: What are you doing here?
Larry: What does it look like?
Jill: I'm paying for it. I'm leaving.
Larry: You stay here. I'll split.
Jill: Don't bother.
Larry: All right. Suit yourself.
Jill: Look, Larry, about what happened --
Larry: You mean about what didn't happen.
Jill: I feel terrible about it. I don't know what got into me. I'm embarrassed as Hell about my behavior.
Larry: Look, just forget it, okay?
Jill: I really am sorry.
Larry: Well, don't be, okay? There's no harm done. You know, I should have had it figured.
Jill: Had what figured?
Larry: That you and me would end up like this, in a mess.
Jill: Why do you say that?
Larry: Because you're from your world, Jill, and I'm from mine, and the two, they don't mix. They never have and they never will.
Jill: There is no point in the two of us arguing. Let's forget it. Let bygones be bygones.
Mackenzie: Hey, Trevor.
Trevor: Hey, Mac, how are you?
J.T.: What are you doing here?
Mackenzie: After that phone call didn't think I would come? Northwestern isn't that far. I said if there's any way I could help.
J.T.: Good luck.
Mackenzie: I can't believe the Abbotts had you arrested.
J.T.: After all the times you spore it would blow up in my face?
Mackenzie: I never expected this.
J.T.: It gets better. I found out Colleen is in Juvi Hall. The cops put her in there because she said she would run away. Mommy dearest stopped by to give me the good news.
Mackenzie: Colleen's Mother?
J.T.: She treated me like I was a disease.
Mackenzie: What are you thinking?
J.T.: I feel bad for Colleen. This whole thing is such a disaster.
Mackenzie: I mean what are you thinking about Colleen? How do you feel about her now?
J.T.: How do I feel?
Mackenzie: That's a stupid question?
J.T.: Everybody thinks I'm thinking of her like a dirty old man. We're not doing anything wrong. Why can't anybody understand that. It makes me so mad. It's bad for both of us, me and Colleen.
Mackenzie: Kind after pain, isn't it, the whole relationship?
Mackenzie: It's not like you can't get another girl.
J.T.: What are you saying, Mac?
Mackenzie: You're hanging in there. You can deny it all you want but it's obvious you care about her. Too bad you're such a tough guy. Can't even enjoy the feeling.
J.T.: Yeah, it's been great so far. Everything gets worse and worse.
Mackenzie: Getting arrested.
J.T.: That and Colleen's Mom. I didn't tell you the rest of it. Get this, if I call up Colleen get her to go back to New York, her old lady will help me get the charges dropped. Some deal, huh? Like she's even going to listen to me. Why would she?
Mackenzie: Especially since you know she didn't mean it. You don't want to be separated anymore than Colleen does.
Ashley: You're a psychiatrist.
Wesley: No more interesting than what you to.
Ashley: Drucilla has spoken to you about me?
Wesley: A little.
Ashley: The two of you seem pretty close.
Wesley: We are.
Ashley: I'm sure she's spoken about me more than a little.
Wesley: People who are close tend to share things.
Ashley: I would like to know your take on some of those things. You're a psychiatrist. You must have an informed opinion.
Ashley: On things Drucilla and I have spoken of recently.
Wesley: I'm still not sure what you mean.
Ashley: I think you are.
Wesley: I know Drucilla has some issues with her.
Ashley: I have issues with her like she has to mind her own damn business.
Wesley: I don't disagree with you.
Ashley: My marriage doesn't concern her, at least it shouldn't. Have you told her how you feel?
Wesley: I told Drucilla a lot of things.
Ashley: Does she ever listen to you?
Ashley: I would like to know exactly what things she hasn't listened to you about.
Wesley: Ashley, my personal conversations with Drucilla are something I'm not going to discuss.
Ashley: Have you spoken to her sister?
Wesley: Come on.
Ashley: Why can't you tell me that?
Wesley: I couldn't even if I wanted to. You should follow your own advice.
Ashley: I am minding my own business, if that's what you mean. You couldn't if you wanted to? Oh, very interesting. Olivia is your patient. You know, for your information I will talk to Olivia about this. We were best friends, very close confidantes. I would be very disturbed if I found out she betrayed my confidence.
Wesley: Make sure you have the facts --
Ashley: Especially a psychiatrist that happens to be in love with her sister. I question the professional after situation like this.
Wesley: I can assure you whatever Olivia says to me stays with me.
Ashley: May I ask you something professionally?
Wesley: I don't think we should go there.
Ashley: All right. How about I ask you as a man of integrity, is that a fair assumption I hope?
Wesley: I'd like to think so.
Ashley: Okay. I trusted Olivia with something and she betrayed me. I have a strong feeling she betrayed me again and divulged it to you. If she betrayed me a third time by --
Wesley: She has not.
Ashley: You're absolutely positive about that?
Ashley: Drucilla has no idea what I'm referring to right now. Well, obviously she knows. How could Olivia do that to me? How could she do that to me?
Brad: What can I do? How can I help you?
Colleen: Let me stay in Genoa City. Come on, Daddy, try, please.
Brad: Sweetheart, she's --
Colleen: Look all my friends are here and you. This is my home now. She makes me go back with her, I couldn't handle it. She'll send me off to that boarding school with strangers. I'll be totally alone.
Brad: I can't make any promises.
Colleen: You're talk to her?
Brad: I'll see what I can do.
Colleen: Thank you. Thank you.
J.T.: Look, Mac, I need a favor from you.
Mackenzie: What is it?
J.T.: Billy's I.D. from Walnut Grove. You still have it. I want to borrow it. He's an Abbott. They'll let him visit Colleen in Juvi.
Mackenzie: You're going to try to get in there on Billy's I.D.?
J.T.: I have to.
Mackenzie: Get yourself arrested all over again.
J.T.: Maybe I can even get her to go back to New York.
Mackenzie: You won't do that and you know it.
J.T.: I have to do something, okay? Mind if I scuff it up a little bit?
J.T.: We're both blond. If they ask, I'll say I got a haircut. If it doesn't work, it doesn't work. But I've got to try, Mac. I've got to.
Olivia: Wesley proposed and Dru didn't say a word to me?
Neil: I don't believe Dru has given her answer yet.
Olivia: What do you think her answer will be?
Neil: I guess we'll have to wait and see, won't we.
Olivia: I guess we will. Well, well, well. It looks like we have the old Neil Winters back, feisty as ever.
Neil: Is that good or bad?
Olivia: I think you know the answer to that one.
Neil: Hey, am I the only one having a good day here?
Olivia: I'm fine. I'm happy you have some positive things happening in your life.
Neil: Because you don't have anything positive happening?
Olivia: Next subject.
Neil: This is about Brad, isn't it.
Olivia: I don't want to drag you down.
Neil: This is a bad situation.
Olivia: One I can't get out of my head.
Neil: Whatever Ashley has done is obviously weighing on you tremendously.
Olivia: I have to stop this. Ashley will do what Ashley is going to do anyway.
Neil: Got you all upset and everything.
Olivia: Sometimes I wonder if I'm overreacting.
Neil: Because of your open feelings for Brad maybe?
Olivia: Then I stand back and ask myself, what if he were a patient or total stranger, somebody I would feel objectively about.
Neil: Yeah, yeah, what?
Olivia: I would come up with the same answer. She's wrong. There's no justifying this.
Neil: I wish I could respond. I don't know the details, I'm sorry.
Olivia: I'm sorry too. I can't -- I can't talk to you about it. I'm -- I won't open it up.
Wesley: There is no need for you to go off on Olivia. Your secret is safe, Ashley.
Ashley: How the Hell do you know that? You don't even know what you're talking about.
Wesley: Do you mind if I give you some advice? Concentrate on your marriage. Don't worry so much about Olivia, her sister or me.
Ashley: What you're not getting here is my marriage is threatened by all three of you.
Wesley: No, it isn't. Your marriage is threatened by lack of honesty, lack of communication and lack of commitment. Those are the same things that --
Ashley: I don't need you to lecture me. Save it for your girlfriend and her sister. If those two don't stop messing with my life, there will be Hell to pay. You know what? You go ahead and tell them that for me.
Larry: We shared a lot of laughs, huh?
Jill: I'm certainly on a roll these days. First Sean then you.
Larry: Stop it, Jill.
Jill: Just stating the truth.
Larry: Look, you're a little down on your luck. That's all. I'm sure you'll come out of it.
Jill: You think?
Larry: You are a beautiful woman. You're smart. You're fun. You're suck sec -- successful.
Jill: Except with men.
Larry: You just have to pick better.
Jill: Larry, I treated you abominably.
Larry: We weren't a good fit. I knew it and I'm sure you knew it.
Jill: Why are you letting me off the hook?
Larry: You will find someone, I guarantee it. A woman like you is not alone for long. (Cell phone ringing)
John: It's me. I'm at the office and we have a major lawsuit on our hands.
Jill: Since when?
John: Since now, sexual harassment thanks to you and your friend Mr. Warton.
John: His lawyer just tried to settle Jill, half a million dollars. That's what it's going to take to make your little escapade disappear. So you get over here and you help me deal with this now!
Olivia: I wish to Hell I didn't know. The last thing I want is to put anybody else in that position. This is Ashley's little secret and it will stay that way.
Neil: With how much it eats at you?
Olivia: Brad loves Ashley and I won't be the one to blow that apart.
Drucilla: I'm coming. Cool your jets. Haven't you hassled me enough for one day?
Ashley: Mind if come in?
Drucilla: What if I say no?
Ashley: You won't.
Drucilla: Ashley, I don't have anything to say to you.
Ashley: Very interesting meeting your boyfriend, the shrink.
Drucilla: He's an interesting man.
Ashley: A man of integrity.
Drucilla: What do you want?
Ashley: I had a fascinating conversation with dr. Carter. You have been butting into my personal life an awful lot lately. I'm sick of it.
Drucilla: Is this the interesting conversation you had with my boyfriend?
Ashley: He agrees, you're delving into things that don't concern you.
Drucilla: Wesley told you that.
Ashley: I'll put my cards on the table. I know you know about the tape.
Drucilla: I know she gave you some tape.
Ashley: Remember, I spoke to your boyfriend, the man of integrity. He doesn't lie.
Drucilla: What did he tell you?
Ashley: Why don't you be honest for a change.
Drucilla: I know he wouldn't tell you -- did he tell you? He did, didn't he. Damn it, I can't believe he told you. I can't cannot believe he told you.
Ashley: Your boyfriend didn't tell me anything, actually, but you just did.
Brad: Hi Trace, I was hoping I would find you here.
Traci: Come in. What can I do for you?
Brad: I just came from seeing Colleen.
Traci: How is she?
Brad: Well, she's hanging in pretty well considering the circumstances.
Traci: It's horrible and I hate it. I can hardly wait until at least I can get her home, home to New York so we can start repairing some of the damage that's been done.
Brad: That's what I want to talk to you about, this plan for you to take Colleen back, I don't like it. I don't like it one bit.
(Knock on door)
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