Y&R Transcript Friday 12/27/02--Canada; 12/30/02--USA
Michael: I couldn't believe my ears when I heard you on the phone.
Michael: Well, I thought you'd be laying low right about now, especially around people who could read.
Diane: The press has certainly had a field day.
Michael: Did you think they wouldn't after what you pulled? And you almost got away with it. That is the astounding part. I mean, not that I wanted phyllis to pay the price, but, diane, could you have been more careless? I mean, how much would a box of bobby pins cost? When I read the part about your wig flapping in the breeze, you know, that... really... well, you know, you got cocky. Now that was your downfall. Not to worry, sweetheart. Happens to the best of us.
Diane: I take it you're enjoying my public humiliation.
Michael: Well, I'm enjoying it a whole hell of a lot more than I would enjoy an innocent woman spending years of her life in prison.
Diane: You're talking about phyllis. What about me?
Michael: What about you?
Diane: I am facing the same fate now, michael. That's why I called you. I need your help.
Michael: My help? To do what?
Diane: Isn't obvious? I need a good lawyer. And I want that lawyer to be you.
Phyllis: Detective weber.
Phyllis: Hard at work. I like that.
Weber: I take my job very seriously.
Phyllis: No one knows that better than I do, detective.
Weber: So how can I help you, mrs. Abbott?
Phyllis: I'm here to make sure that you're going after diane with the same velocity you went after me.
Weber: Well, ma'am, I'm not for or against anyone. I'm just doing my job.
Phyllis: Well, I'm gonna ask... actually, I'm gonna demand that you work everybody as hard to put her away like you did me. God knows you have the evidence.
Weber: Well, there's a lot to sort through.
Phyllis: Is the?? Well, detective, I know you don't want to screw up this time, right? And you want to build a strong case, but as long as this freak is walking the streets, she's a threat to me.
Weber: Somehow, mrs. Abbott, I doubt that there are too many women, or men for that matter, who can threaten you.
Phyllis: Well, thank you. I'm gonna take that as a compliment, detective. But you see, this psycho tried to pin me for a crime that could have cost me 30 years of my life. And who's to say that next time she's not gonna go further, a lot further? And if you don't think that sends a chill up the center of my spine, you should think again.
Ashley: I wasn't expecting to see you.
Jac so how the heck are you?
Ashley: I'm fine.
Ashley: You doubt me, do you?
Jack: Well, I don't know. You haven't seemed yourself from christmas day to colleen's birthday breakfast, so I don't know. I have to ask, is it your health?
Ashley: No, thank God. Thanks for caring.
Jack: Well, good. It's not your health. Then what is it?
Jack: Come on, it is not nothing.
Ashley: Well, it's nothing that involves you. And it's nothing for you to worry about, so let's just drop it, okay?
Neil: Okay, look. Why don't we stop beating around the bush? I realize you didn't just stop by. You have an agenda.
Wes: Really? What is it?
Neil: I'm sure you want to bug me about something, probably lily.
Wes: Now you know you have been monopolizing that girl's time lately.
Neil: I was having a nice quiet evening until you rang my doorbell. Why don't you just state your business and let me get back to it, man?
Wes: I just came by to see how you're doing.
Neil: I'm doing fine. You assumed otherwise? (Doorbell rings)
Dru: Who is it?
Brad: Brad carlton.
D: Wow. You shouldn't have, brad.
Brad: I didn'T. Where's nate?
Dru: He's out with a friend.
Brad: Oh, well, I guess I have to leave this for him. It was delivered after christmas.
Dru: Really nice of you to think of nate. Come on in. Put it down anywhere. I'll make sure he gets it.
Brad: What's that look about?
Dru: Liv's not here in case you were wondering, not that you asked.
Brad: I assumed she was at the hospital.
Dru: I don't know. Do you know her schedule?
Brad: Educated guess, dru.
Dru: Educated, huh? Were you coming over here, knowing that she wouldn't be here or hoping that she was?
Jack: Hey, don't tell me to stay out of it. I'm concerned about you.
Ashley: What about you?
Jack: What, what about me?
Ashley: Don't you have enough going on in your own life, you need to worry about mine?
Jack: My life is going just fine, thank you.
Jack: Yeah, yeah, trial's over. I got my wife back. I got my life back. Yeah, everything's going pretty well.
Ashley: No problems with diane?
Jack: Diane and I are working out a few visitation issues regarding kyle, but it'll work out. I look at you, though, and I can't help but wonder--
Ashley: I think you need to concentrate on yourself. You deserve it.
Jack: Come on, ash. You know that's not gonna happen. I'm much too much of a busybody. I have to ask...
Ashley: You're not gonna ask. Please, don't ask.
Jack: Is this about brad? I know the two of you have been having some tough times.
Ashley: We're gonna work it out. Why don't you go home and spend some time with your wife? I'll deal with brad. I need to talk to him as soon as he gets here, so...
Jack: Really? You gonna be all right?
Ashley: I know there's nothing you can do about it.
Jack: If there's anything I can do to help you will call me, right?
Ashley: I can do that.
Jack: Good luck.
Ashley:'M gonna need it.
Weber: I wouldn't think that ms. Jenkins would want to put herself in any more hot water than she already is.
Phyllis: Meaning she won't finish the job? Do I have your personal guarantee on that, detective?
Weber: What is it you're afraid of, mrs. Abbott?
Phyllis: I'm not afraid. I'm terrified. Terrified that this frk is gonna get off scot-free.
Weber: Ma'am, I can assure you...
Phyllis: You can assure me? Really? Have you talked to her? You've tkeked to her, right? You know she's guilty. Why haven't you arrested her? What's taking so long?
Weber: It's a police matter.
Phyllis: That's all you're gonna say?
Weber: At this time, yes.
Phyllis: So what do you want me to do? Just toddle home and sleep snug in my bed at night?
Weber: Mrs. Abbott, you have my word we're going to pursue this case.
Phyllis: You mean pursue diane.
Weber: I'm glad you we exonerated. See, I have no interest inending innocent people to jail.
Phyllis: Diane's not innocent.
Weber: If that's true, then she's going down.
Phyllis: It is true. If you work hard, and if you look hard, you're gonna find the proof you need.
Weber: Thanks for the encouragement.
Phyllis: You know, detective, I know you're not a slacker. They way you came after me, I was wondering if you slept at night.
Weber: Only enough to keep my eyes open. You can count on that.
Phyllis: Am counting on that with my life.
Diane: I'm glad you find this so amusing.
Michael: Yeah, well, yeah. Honey, the jam you're in, johnnie cochran couldn't get you out.
Diane: But you're the best, michael.
Michael: Yes, I am the best, but I am not a miracle worker.
Dia: : Oh, come on. You love a challenge. Admit it, you thrive on them.
Michael: Oh, a challenge, huh? You saying you did it? You set phyllis up? You're the one responsible for this fire?
Diane: No. That is not what I'm saying.
Michael: Really? Because I'm hearing the slightest little tinge of desperation in your voice.
Diane: Well, I'd say that's appropriate, wouldn't you, given the way I was ambushed on that witness stand?
Michael: Soouou're still claiming innocence.
Diane: I am innocent.
Michael: Why should i believe you?
Diane: You mean over phyllis?
Michael: I'm not talking about phyllis. I'm talking about evidence. The kind of evidence the police are going to use to nail your coffin shut.
Diane: The police have no hard proof, michael--none. Because I didn't do it.
Michael: Paint thinner.
Diane: What about it?
Michael: Traces of it in your car trunk.
Diane: I bought the car off lease. It could have been there for years.
Michael: Mm-hmm. Well, that's not to mention the now-famous security tapes.
Diane: Which prove what? What does it prove? A woman wearing a wig bought paint thinner. So it wasn't me. It wasn't anyone I hired. The police can't even prove that that's the same can that was used to start the fire.
Michael: Oh, hmm. But you did lie about the sleeping pills.
Diane: Why, because of some lab report? I took the pill. It had to have been a false negative. I'm sure that happens a lot more than people realize.
Michael: And I suppose if I asked you about that cast on your leg, you'd have an answer to that, too.
Diane: I testified under oath why I'm still wearing this cast.
Michael: Right, rightriright. Yes, sympathy from jack.
Diane: Because I'm in pain.
Michael: Oh, pain. Still, after all these months?
Phyllis: Have you ever been run over by a car, michael? Do you have any idea what kind of damage it does?
Michael: No, I have no idea.
Diane: No, no, you don't! You should see the x-rays. They're horrific. I am telling you that there are some days that I honestly don't know if I will ever be able to walk again without pain. So don't you stand there and tell me that I'm faking this because you have no idea what you're talking about!
Kay: No one works on christmas day, lauren fenmore, no one.
Lauren: Well, you would not believe how much I got accomplished.
Kay: Lauren, no one.
>>Auren: No phones ringing. Nobody wanting meetings with me.
Kay: No human contact ofny kind, yes.
Lauren: It wasn't that pathetic. I did go see paul and isabella and gave little ricky his present.
Kay: Well, I wish you would have called. I would have had you over. Well, thank you. That's very sweet of you. It was okay. It was.
Kay: Yes, but you understand christmas is not a day that's just okay. (Door opens)
Larry: Well, I finished stacking up the rest of that firewood against the back... whoa, I'm sorry. I didn't know you had company.
Kay: It's all right. Lauren fenmore, this is larry warton.
Larry: Pleasure to meet you.
Lauren: Likewise. Have we met?
Larry: I don't think so. I definitely would have remembered.
Kay: You must be freezing. May I offer you tea?
Larry: Oh, thanks, but I don't want to interrupt.
Kay: Well, you wouldn't be.
Lauren: Actually, you'd be doing me quite the favor because kay was just about to lecture me on the evils of workaholism.
Larry: Hmm. Well, let me finish up a few things and we'll see. I guess I could use a lecture, too, huh? Well, if you ladies will excuse me for a moment.
Lauren: Katherine, you've been holding out on me.
Brad: Putting a lot of words in my mouth, dru.
Dru: Am I?
Dru: Sorry. So how was your holiday?
Brad: Just fine, thanks.
Dru: Spend a lot of time with your family?
Brad: That's righ
Dru: Did you have a good time?
Brad: Great time.
Dru: That's good. Good stuff. You know, my sister, her christmas was less than joyful.
Brad: Could you be a little more transparent?
Dru: As a matter of fact, I can. I'd like to know what's going on between you and olivia.
Brad: Bye, dru.
Dru: No, don't run now. What, are you afraid to answer me?
Brad: What is it you're after?
Dru: I know you have feelings for my sister.
Brad: Well, of course I have feelings for her. Olivia is a terrific human being, and I'm lucky to have her as a friend.
Dru: Okay, you know I'm not talking about those kinds of feelings.
Brad: Look, first of all, you're out of line. Second, it's none of your business.
Dru: Sister obviously doesn't know that I'm having this conversation with you, and if she did, she'd have my head. I just want you to know that she really cares about you. And then, you know, just...
Dru: Well, it's just unfortunate that you're unavailable.
Brad: Bingo! Then you do get it. I was beginning to wonder. Look, your sister is going to find a terrific guy. I know she is. Now please make sure nate gets this present, will you? Thanks. See you.
Dru: Coming soon, brad. Coming soon.
Wes: It's the holidays, neil. For a person in... recovery, this can be a tough time.
Neil: Okay. I get it. You've obviously been talking to dru. She must have told you that she tracked me down at the olive tree bar.
Wes: No, actually, she didn't, but there was some concern along those lines.
Neil: That I'm d danger of drinking?
Wes: Enough so to motivate dru to call off the trip to paris.
Neil: Is that so?
Wes: Although, looking at you now, that doesn't seem to be an issue. Like you say, you're doing just fine.
Neil: My man, I hope you're not implying that I used my alcohol problem to guilt dru into staying.
Wes: Oh, no. I don't think you would do that.
Neil: Good. Because I did everything iould to convince her that I'm okay.
Wes: But you were still disappointed.
Neil: Hell, yeah, I was disappointed. I didn't want to watch lily and her mom jet off to europe. Not because I couldn't take care of myself-- because they're my family. This is a family time of year, wesley. Of course, now my daughter's furious with her mother for destroying her christmas.
Wes: No, she isn'T.
Neil: She's mad at somebody.
W: : You bet she is--me.
Ashley: What are you doing here?
Olivia: I saw jack leaving. Was your brother consoling you?
Ashley: None of your business.
Olivia: How was yo christmas?
Ashley: You're not here to ask about christmas, olivia.
Olivia: Well, evidently, since your christmas was so fine, I'm assuming that brad still doesn't know the truth.
Ashley: That's the real reason for your visit here, right? You wanna figure out when you can make your move, so you can go tell brad how horribly he's been treated.
Olivia: Well, those are your words, ashley, not mine.
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Jack: Anyway, I think I've come up with a plan.
Phyllis: Having to do with kyle, right?
Jack: Honey, what she pulled today, she's gonna keep on pulling.
Phyllis: Well, you have visitation.
Jack: Unfortunately, diane has custody.
Phyllis: Not for long.
Jack: Because she's going to jail? I wouldn't bet the farm on that.
Jack: I just got back from seeing john silva. He didn't want to speculate, but the bottom line is-- it's a crapshoot whether or not she's even going to be prosecuted, much less convicted.
Diane: It wasn't me, michael. I swear to you, I didn't do it. I wouldn't have done it, not in a million years.
Michael: Don't get so wound up, diane. I'm a defense attorney. I'd work just as hard for you if you said you did it.
Diane: Does thamemean you'll help me? That you'll be my attorney? You do believe me, don't you, that I'm telling the truth?
Michael: Doesn't matter what I believe.
Diane: It matters to me.
Michael: I'm gonna have to think about that.
Diane: Please, michael. Please. I am begging you. I am. I have never needed you more that I need you right now.
Dru: Whoo! Swish, swish. Hi, honey. Right onimime. Heh heh.
Lily: For what?
Dru: Baby, don't tell me you rgot. Daddy's coming to pick up the two of us to take us for the midnight skate in crown park.
Lily: I never said I'd go.
Dru: Honey, you know how important this is to our family, especially for you and your dad. Besides, he said it's gonna be so much fun. There's gonna be dinner and a r&b band. We're gonna be skatin'. Swish, swish. Ha ha!
Lily: Mom, stop dancing.
Dru: Okay. All right, fine. Fine. We're open to suggestions, as long as it's a family activity. What about the movies, honey? There's a lot of good pg-13s out there. How about it?
Lily: Good. Why don't you go? I'm not interested, all right?
Dru: You know what? The tone isn't all right. You've been sulking ever since that tp p got canceled, and I am tired of looking at your bottom lip hit the floor-- me and everybody else.
Lily: So I've ruined christmas, is that it? Fine. Maybe now you'll know what it feels like.
Dru: Wait. Who are you yelling at? Because if it's ,, you better give it your best shot.
Lily: Not you, okay? Wes. He's the one I wanna yell at.
Dru: Wesley? Why?
Lily: Why do you think? This is all his fault. I mean, I can't believe how stupid he was, screwing up the flight that way. Yeyeah, and noyou're gonna tell me not to be so hard on him. It was just a mistake. Well, it's not excuse. He knew how much it meant to me, going back to paris, after being stuck here all fall. I mean, how do you book the wrong dates? For wesley to be that careless, when he knew... the one person I thought I could still count on-- I was sure wrong about that.
Dru: Honey... baby, I know you're hurting, okay? And maybe I got a lilele carried away. But come on, sweetheart. Let's sit down. Let's talk about it, okay?
Lily: Yeah, right. That'll help.
Dru: Well, it might.
Lily: Look, I don't even wanna hear his name right now. And if he thinks he can sweet-talk me into forgiving him, he better think again.
Neil: You? Why would lily be mad at you?
Wes: Because I told her the reason we're not going to paris is that I made the wrong plane reservations and it was all on me.
Neil: Wow. I'm impressed. I'll bet you dru just dropped to her knees with gratitude.
Wes: I didn't tell dru. Listen, neil, you may not have intended it this way, but dru was on board with that trip to paris until she started worrying about you being able to make it through the holidays on your own.
Neil: Wesley, you're a psychiatrist. You know as well as I do that holidays are a tough time for ny people, especially alcoholics. I'm an alcoholic. I'm in recovery. I live my life one day at a time. God willing, I will never drink ainin. But let me tell you something, my man. Drucilla--she didn't stay because of my drinking. She stayed because she feels the same way I do about building our family. I am lily's father. I am going to be that father, and drucilla a very big part of that equation.
Wes: I'm glad to see you're doing so well, neil.
Neil: No, you're not. Your time's expired.
Lauren: So your mr. Warton-- he's not just an employee?
Kay: No, no, actually, uh, he is not my mr. Warton.
Lauren: Really? So whose is he?
Kay: Jill'S. Or at least he used to be.
Lauren: Are you serious?
Kay: It was all very clandestine.
Lauren: Well, knowing jill, I'm sure it was.
Kay: Oh, no, no, no. She was really taken by him. I'm sure of that. She just won't admit it.
Lauren: You know, katherine, I really should spend more time here, because the most fascinating things go on.
Lauren and kay: (Chuckling)
Jill: Fascinating? Katherine? You really must be hard up for company.
Phyllis: You're telling me the police may not even prosecute?
Jack: Their case against diane is circumstantial, too.
Phyllis: I w detective weber. He said they're pursuing this.
Jack: You may be right. As for kyle, atat this does for him...
Phyllis: So you're saying we can't even bet on an outcome. That's what you're saying? It's flipping me out. I'm telling you, this is flipping me out. She needs to be behind bars for what she did to me!
Jack: Listen to me...
Phyllis: She needs to be in prison for what she did to me!
Jack: I agree with you. I want that as every bit as much as you do, not only for what she did to you, but it's starting to appear that it's the only way we'rof kyle.
Phyllis: But what about all the lies she told the police? Doesn't anybody care about that?
Jack: Without a conviction, our odds of winning a court battle are pretty darn slim.
Phyllis: Well, I think you're being pessimistic.
Jack: Honey, I just got back from talking to john silva.
Phyllis: Well, I just saw diane, and I'm telling you, she's petrified!
Jack: Wait, wait, wait. You went to see diane?
Phyllis: Yeah! She's not gonna jerk our chain like this! She doesn't scscold me for this?
Jack: Honey, this is a very dangeroo protect you from her.
Phyllis: No, that's not the point I'm trying to make. She's petrified. She's acted a good game, but she's petrifie believe me. I mean, I'm sure that the cops have already paid her a visit.
Jack: Honey, I don't doubt that. I know they wanna nail her, but can they? Can they prosecute her with any reasonable chance of winning?
Phyllis: Okay, so you tell me.I wanna know what you think. Do you think there's a chance she won't go down for this?
Jack: I don't know, but I don't wanna take that chance. I don't wanna take that chance with you, and I don't wanna take that chance with my son. Honey, I have to get custody. I have to. You said she was scared?
Phyllis: She's terrified.
Jack: Okay, maybe we have a window--a small window where we do have some leverage.
Phyllis: What kind of leverage?
Jack: I told you I have a plan. What do you think of this?
Dru: I'm so glad you came by. I've been thinking about you.
Wes: Are you sure I'm not intruding?
Dru: Why would you say that?
Wes: I know you and lily got a lot of things going this week.
Dru: Well, we would, if miss thing would stop canceling everything.
Wes: Oh. She's still upset about the trip being canceled?
Dru: Yeah, that is an understatement. I gotta tell you, I owe you.
Wes: For what?
Dru: Come on. Shtotold me why she blames you. You saved me a lot of hassle with that girl.
Wes: Yeah, well, I could take the hit better than you right now.
Dru: That's because you have a decent relationship with my daughter. Me, on the other hand-- I'm the last person she wants to talk to, so thank you.
Wes: Don't mention it.
Dru: You know, I know I should've been straight with her, and I will when she chills out. Thank you.
Wes: I said I could handle it, dru, all right? No problem.
Dru: Yeah, but I don't want you taking all the heat. I don't want her to think that you're the reason why weididn't go on that trip. You know, here I was, thinking that she was gonna get all on my case. She got all over your case. Blew my mind that you would help me out like that.
Dru: What? What's wrong? Did I say something wrong?
Wes: Guess I thought it was a given.
Dru: What was a given?
Wes: That when two people love each other, they help each other out. But since you obviously don't want me to help out here--
Dru: Wait. Whoa, whoa. Why are you turning this into a federal case?
Wes: Am I?
Dru: Yeah, yeah. I'm trying to give you a compliment, and you're getting all bent out of shape. What is it? Would you speak? Is it about lily?
Wes: No, no, dru, stop. It's not about lily. That's not the point.
Dru: What is the point? What is bothering you? Wes... what is bothering you?
Wes: It's not what. It's who. Neil. I stopped by his place on my way up.
Lauren: And happy holidays to you, too, jill.
Jill: So are you here to find yourself a date for new year's eve? I have a good idea. Why don't you and katherine roast weenies in front of the fire? Really kick up your heels.
Kay: What gala will you be ruining this year, jill?
Jill: If you must know... on second thought, it's none of your business.
Lauren: Oh, and, jill, not to worry. We'll save some weenies for you, okay?
Kay: She does bring up a good point.
Lauren: New year's eve?
Kay: Hmm, well, one has no plans.
Lauren: What, do you really think that she does, or was that just for our benefit?
Kay: Frankly, lauren, I endeavor mightily not to get... oh, there you are, mr. Warton. How about that tea?
Larry: Oh, that depends. Is the lecture over?
Lauren: Quite frankly, I got off lightly.
Larry: Maybe you shouldn't have. You know, all work and no play-- that's no fun. Leads to a really boring day.
Lauren: I will definitely take that under advisement.
Olivia: I won't deny I'm getting a little impatient.
Ashley: Oh, are you really? Oh, you're impatient. And why is that? Because you fell in love with my husband, and you want a crisis to happen so you can move in?
Olivia: That's not quite fair.
Ashley: Oh, you of all people should not use that word.
Olivia: Please don't play the martyr here.
Ashley: For God's sakes, I was battling cancer. I had no self-esteem. I had no energy. I had no hair. You were off spending time with my husband.
Olivia: Do you really wanna rehash all of this? Because I would then encourage you to remember how terribly you were treating brad.
Ashley: And that just opened the door for you, didn't it?
Olivia: I was comforting him. I wasn't pushing for anything more to happen.
Ashley: The truth is nothing more did happen, ovia.
Olivia: That's because we pulled back. We pulled back out of fairness to you, feeling that we couldn't cross the line.
Ashley: Well, fortunately, you found yourself a rationale, didn't you, so you could change your own rules. By digging and prying into my most personal and confidential thoughts, which were in your possession because I trusted you so much, and now you feel that whatever you do is justified. You got it all worked out, don't you?
Olivia: Are you going to tell him anytime soon?
Ashley: I don't have a choice, do I? If I don't, you or your sister will.
Olivia: And it would sound better coming from you.
Ashley: You know, I think brad's gonna be just fine once he gets over the initial shock of learning the truth.
Olivia: You really think he's gonna be able to forgive you?
Ashley: He's t a daughter, he's got a wife who adore him, and he adores us. You don't just toss something like that away.
Olivia: Well, time will tell.
Ashley: I know that you want brad for yourself, and it's so ironic that you say you care for him.
Olivia: I care for him deeply.
Olivia: I love him, ashley, and he cares for me.
Ashley: You underestimate the strength of our marriage.
Olivia: Yeah, perhaps I do.
Ashley: You don't believe that? Well, time will tell. You'll get your answer soon enough.
Ashley: Tonight. I'm gonna tell him tonight. Now you have your answer. Get out of my home.
Dru: Neil said something that got to you?
Wes: I guess he did, yeah.
Dru: Well, if he gave you some attitude, that's not fair. Maybe I should give him a piece of my mind.
Wes: Dru, no. That is not necessary. But I do want you to answer one thing.
Dru: Go ahead.
Wes: I've always known neil... well, he isn't just interested in you as lily's mother. Now I haven't let that faze me, 'cause I figured, hey, it's just wishful thinking on your ex's pT. But when I was up there just now talking about you, I got the vibe maybe there was more to it than that. Maybe a lot more. Am I right?
Dru: Wes... I've been trying to... to tell you how much I appreciate you, especially after everything that you've done for me. But apparently words are not cutting it.
Michael: Detective weber.
Weber: Mr. Baldwin. Well, what can I do for you?
Michael: Ah... I have been asked to represent diane jenkins. Before I make a decision, I'd like to ask a few questions.
Weber: It's interesting.
Michael: What's that?
Weber: Well, that she's looking to hire an attorney, and she hasn't been arrested.
Michael: Oh, I think it's public knowledge that judge billington suggested the lady retain counsel.
Weber: Well, mr. Baldwin, it sounds like you're up on the facts.
Michael: Not as much as I'd like to be, which is why I'd like to--
Weber: Mr. Baldwin, I don't speak to suspects' attorneys prior to an arrest, you understand.
Michael: Detective, I'm not officially ms. Jenkins' attorney. I mean, she asked me to represent her, but I haven't given an answer.
Weber: Well, so that's all the more reason why I have nothing to say to you.
Michael: You know, I'm just a humble x xpayer. Really. But I provide your salary. And I believe I have every right to ask you a few simple questions. (Knock on door)
Diane: Jack. I should've known you'd co by to badger me. I already told phyllis--
Jack: I know what you told phyllis.
Phyllis: Then I'm sorry that neither one of you could take no for an answer. I had plans for kyle today, and that's that.
Jack: I always knew you were devious. I always knew you were manipulative, but you know, I allowed you under my roof 'cause deep down inside, I honestly thought you were a decent person.
Diane: No, jack, you allowed me under your roof so that you could keep your child in this city. So if anyone was manipulated, it was me.
Jack: Okay, so I guess that makes us even, huh?
Diane: You really are cruel. You led me on, and you used me just like you've used me before.
Diane: And you know what? For your information, not that I expect you to believe me, but I didn't set that fire.
Jack: You're right. I don't believe you. But that's not what I'm here to talk about. I wanna talk about kyle and to make you an offer I think you'd be a fool to refuse.
Ashley: Not there.
Ashley: Hi, sweetie. It's me. I just wanted to call and ask you not to make any plans tonight because we need to have that talk as soon as you get home. Okay, I'll see you.
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