Tuesday Y&R Transcript 2/17/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/17/04--Canada; Wednesday 2/18/04--USA

BY Eric
Proofread by Emma

Dru: Whoo! Wow.

Damon: Must be my night for visitors.

Dru: Why? Who else stopped by?

Damon: Phyllis Abbott.

Dru: Oh, that heifer. Okay. You know, it's a good thing we didn't cross paths, because that girl nearly cost me my job with her stunt.

Damon: Well, she's back. We have the orchid. All is cool. You can relax.

Dru: Relax? Is that what you're doing, just kickin' it, you know? Why aren't you in the lab, D.?

Damon: You realize what time it is?

Dru: I don't care what time it is. I thought you were as excited as I was about extracting that hair-straightening thing whatchamajigga.

Damon: For your information, I'm right on schedule.

Dru: "Right on schedule"? You know what? If I were you, if I were the scientist, I would lock myself in the lab, right, and I would not come out until I nailed that sucker.


(Knock on door)

Jack: Yeah, come in.

Diane: Don't tell me-- you've changed your mind about the blueprints.

Jack: No. I'm glad you're still here, though.

Diane: Well, no place else to go but home to bed. So what did you want to see me about?

Jack: You can't guess?

Diane: Is this about Phyllis again? I already told you what I thought you should do in this situation.

Jack: Yeah, you told me I ought to share my feelings with her, try to get our relationship back on track.

Diane: And have you done that?

Jack: Not yet. Something came up.

Diane: Oh?

Jack: I know.

Diane: Know what?

Jack: I know about the orchid, the one Phyllis gave back to me. I know you put her up to it.


Bobby: Did you see her?

Raul: Nope.

Bobby: Still doesn't want to see anybody, huh?

Olivia: Raul?

Raul: Dr. Winters. I see you got my message.

Olivia: I understand you wanted an update on Brittany.

Bobby: Is she doing any better?

Olivia: Wish I could say yes.

Raul: Why? What's wrong? Is there an infection or something?

Olivia: No, no, no. It's nothing like that. Physically, she's healing. In fact, I was going to release her tomorrow, but--

Raul: But what?

Bobby: You said "physically." What about the rest of her?

Olivia: That's what concerns me-- her optional state. She doesn't want to go home. She's not eating. She's not sleeping. She barely talks to anyone.

Raul: Well, something terrible has happened to her. Wouldn't that be normal?

Olivia: For a few days, absolutely, but this has been significantly longer with no improvement. In fact, it's just the opposite. I'm afraid that Brittany’s heading for a very deep depression.


Paul: What if your brother decides to act up again? You could lose everything.

Michael: Your point?

Paul: My point? Well, you got a nice place now. Got a lot of nice things. Could all go up in smoke.

Michael: Is that an oh-so-subtle reference to the fire at Gina’s?

Paul: I didn't mention the fire at Gina’s.

Michael: Oh, you mentioned it earlier and more than once.

Paul: Horrible tragedy, that fire.

Michael: Isn't there someplace you need to be?

Paul: You know, I'm kind of at loose ends here. I mean, Lauren’s out with your brother. Oh, God, that's hard to get used to. Your brother is Kevin Fisher?

Michael: Yeah. Deal with it.

Paul: You don't like him very much, do you?

Michael: How I feel about my brother is none of your business, and don't think you can use me to get to him. It just ain't gonna happen.

Paul: Okay, fine. I do hope you don't live to regret it.

Michael: Leaving so soon?

Paul: Oh, there is one other thing. I have one more question I want to ask you about Kevin.


Kevin: Well, here we are-- home, sweet home.

Kevin: Here, let me take your coat.

Lauren: Oh, thank you.

Kevin: I know it isn't any big shakes.

Lauren: Oh, I like it. It's very homey.

Kevin: I'm sure you're used to much fancier places-- penthouses, estates, those big, fancy homes over on Hyde Park. I mean, I know you hang with the rich and famous.

Lauren: You know that, do you?

Kevin: I've seen your picture in the papers--society stuff, pretty high-powered.

Lauren: Well, they're friends of mine, but my real close friends, you know, they're a cross section just from all different backgrounds.

Kevin: I'm sure there aren't too many freelance bookkeepers in the mix.

Lauren: Did I say something to you or do something to make you feel insecure around me? Because if I did, I did not mean it.

Kevin: No, no. Just, uh, just blows me away, you know, that a woman like you would spend an entire evening as my date.

Lauren: Now what is odd about that?

Kevin: I don't know. I just think a lot of people wouldn't see how it's possible-- the two of us together at a dance in public. Lauren Fenmore with a guy like me. In fact, the more I think about it, it really is just too good to be true.


Bobby: Like Raul said, the girl's been dealing with a lot, so it's only natural she'd be down.

Olivia: It's a matter of degree, Mr. Marsino. I mean, Brittany’s a young woman whose physical beauty made up a large part of her identity, and the scar she received on her face from the burns she suffered, well, that represents a great loss for her on many levels.

Raul: But isn't depression normal?

Olivia: Well, it's part of the five stages of the grieving process, yes, but what worries me is that she fell immediately into this deep sadness, this sense of hopelessness. That's not good.

Bobby: So you're saying, what, it won't go away? She's never gonna come to grips with this?

Olivia: No, I'm not saying never. I'm saying right now she's in a bleak place. All she can think about is what she's lost.

Raul: Is there any reason I shouldn't go in there? I mean, I know she keeps saying no visitors, but...

Olivia: Brittany's gonna be released in a day or two. She's gonna have to leave that hospital room and go out into the world. She can't stay isolated and alone forever. On the other hand, yes, if you go in there, she's probably not gonna want you to see her. Be prepared for a negative reaction.

Bobby: Yeah, well, is it gonna mess her up more-- I mean, her face if she gets upset?

Olivia: No. Physically, there shouldn't be any cause for concern. You know, if you want to brave it and go in there, then you guys know her better than I do. I'll leave it up to you to decide whether that's a good idea or not. (Pager beeps)

Olivia: Excuse me. I have an emergency.

Bobby: So what the hell do we do?

Raul: "We"?


(Doorbell rings)

John: Hello, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Hi. Hi. I didn't know whether to use my key or ring the doorbell, and I thought I'd rather be safe than sorry.

John: Afraid you wouldn't be welcome?

Phyllis: Well, I don't know. Are you packin' heat?

John: I assume you're here to see Jack.

Phyllis: Yeah. Is he here?

John: I'm sorry, no.

Phyllis: Oh. It's Kyle’s.

John: Yeah. I'm watching him.

Phyllis: Oh, you are?

John: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: Oh, I'm dying to see him. Is he in his bedroom?

John: Well, I'm sure he's asleep by now.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, but, you know, it's not a big deal if his stepmommy reads him a bedtime story.

John: Well, I'd really rather you didn't wake him.

Phyllis: Okay. Well, I'll just peek in on him. It'll only take a minute.

John: Look, he was exhausted when I tucked him in. It's just that I think--

Phyllis: Nonsense. I know how to enter a room without making a sound. I mean, you won't deny me a peek of my own stepson, will you?


Diane: How did you find out?

Jack: How do you think?

Diane: (Sighs) Drucilla. It had to be. Unbelievable.

Jack: Well, you sound surprised.

Diane: Well, we had what I thought was a private conversation. Obviously, I was wrong.

Jack: And that's it? That's your explanation, nothing more creative than that?

Diane: What do you mean?

Jack: Well, you've been playing the marriage counselor lately--very effectively, I might add. I really had my defenses down.

Diane: It almost sounds like you're accusing me of something.

Jack: Well, this whole pitch about caring only about my happiness, about wanting to see Phyllis and me get things back together, doesn't hold much water now, does it?

Diane: I meant every word.

Jack: And the amazing thing is, when Drucilla first told me about this, I was filled with gratitude. That's actually why I called you in here. I wanted to thank you.

Diane: So what's changed?

Jack: While I was waiting for you, I got to thinking.

Diane: And?

Jack: If you wanted to keep your part of the secret, why did you tell the biggest, loudest mouth in town? This low-profile routine isn't working anymore. What are you up to, Diane? What's really going on here?


Damon: You know you just came up here to give me static; you can take your rubenesque behind back on out that door.

Dru: No, no, I did not, but we do need to kick it up a notch, brother.

Damon: By "we," you would mean "me."

Dru: We don't have time for the rhyming, okay?

Damon: I thought you were fairly certain Newman Enterprises didn't have a second orchid.

Dru: And they don't, but Diane Jenkins does.

Damon: Yeah, I heard.

Dru: How'd you hear?

Damon: Phyllis told me, and I find it, well, fascinating.

Dru: Yeah? Well, you're gonna find it real fascinating if Victor Newman and his research team get a hold of that orchid.


Lauren: Don't sell yourself sho..

Kevin: It's kind of hard not to.

Lauren: And why do you say that?

Kevin: Come on. Admit it. I'm not your type.

Lauren: Do I have a type?

Kevin: Doesn't everyone?

Lauren: I like to think that I'm a little less predictable than that.

Kevin: So you’re what, more open-minded, up for new experiences?

Lauren: Well, it does make life more interesting. You know, I could turn the tables on you.

Kevin: How?

Lauren: Here I am, out with a very attractive young man. I mean, there are a lot of people who would question your interest in a woman like me.

Lauren: What is it?

Kevin: Um, I haven't offered you anything to drink. Bottle of wine open.

Lauren: Oh, okay. That'd be nice.

Kevin: Okay. It's red. Do you like merlot?

Lauren: Yes, I do, actually.

Kevin: Good. So what are we drinking to?

Lauren: How about the reason we're here-- getting to know each other better?

Kevin: Okay.

Lauren: Thank you.

Kevin: To getting to know each other better.

Lauren: Exactly.

Kevin: It's good. So thanks for coming to my place. I wasn't sure you'd say yes, this being our first date and all.

Lauren: Well, why wouldn't I? You've been a perfect gentleman.

Kevin: You think so?

Lauren: Are you about to tell me that it's not always the case?

Kevin: You're right. Lauren, maybe it's time you got to know the real Kevin Fisher.


Michael: Isn't it a little late for you, prowling around asking questions?

Paul: So tell me about this electrician thing.

Michael: Electrician?

Paul: Yeah. Your brother studied to be an electrician?

Michael: Not formally. He was apprenticed for quite awhile.

Paul: The boss liked him? Was he good at it?

Michael: Yeah.

Paul: What happened?

Michael: The boss sent Kevin out to handle a little job, replace some faulty light switches. The place burned down before he got there.

Paul: You mean, like, to the ground?

Michael: Fortunately, the family escaped. The home was a complete loss.

Paul: So Kevin goes out to do a little electrical work, and the place burns down to the ground?

Michael: It happened before he got there, Williams.

Paul: You sure about that?

Michael: You can check the police report yourself.

Paul: Oh, the police report? Suspected arson? Now that's quite a coincidence.

Michael: It was bad timing. Real bad.

Paul: And Kevin lost his job?

Michael: There were no charges filed, no arrests.

Paul: Man. That sounds familiar, doesn't it?

Michael: Here we go-- trial by Paul Williams.

Paul: Look, I'm just trying to get you to see why you should help me. He is a dangerous man. He shouldn't be on the loose. So Kevin has a job now?

Michael: He did.

Paul: What is it?

Michael: Bookkeeper, place called Marsino's.

Paul: Yeah, I've heard of that.


Raul: Let's get one thing very clear here, Bobby. "We" don't do anything.

Bobby: What, are you getting all proprietary on me again?

Raul: Brittany is not your concern anymore.

Bobby: Like hell she isn’t.

Raul: She's coming home with me, and I'm taking care of her.

Bobby: And anybody else who gives a damn about her can take a hike, no matter what's best or what might help her?

Raul: Oh, you mean like it was best for you to persuade her to keep stripping at your stupid club even after she tried to quit?

Bobby: Listen, I gotta live with that every minute of every day of the rest of my life.

Raul: Just like Brittany.

Bobby: Yeah, just like Brittany. Look, I thought I could protect her. I thought it's my place. I'm the boss. You know how it makes me feel that this could happen to her in my place? I ever find out who did this, I'll send him a message he'll never forget.

Raul: You want to be a caveman? That's your deal, okay? I'm gonna focus on Brittany and what matters to her.

Bobby: Yeah, well, it's about time.

Raul: Oh, what--so I suppose you think that you're tops on the list?

Bobby: That girl needs all the support that she can get right now you don't like me? Fine. Whatever, but don't screw her out of people who care, who may be able to help, on account of that. You understand me?

Raul: All right, so then what do we do? Do we go in there? Do we force ourselves on her, or do we leave her alone like she wants?

Bobby: No, we go in there, and we tell her that we're here for her and that we're not walking away no matter how hard he pushes.

Raul: Might as well get used to it, huh?

Bobby: Kid's gotta be scared out of her head wondering what's going to happen to her when she leaves this place.


Damon: Diane is not going to give that second orchid to Victor.

Dru: Oh, really? How can you be so sure?

Damon: From all I can gather, she does not like him. Her loyalty is to Jabot.

Dru: Oh, her loyalty is to herself. She's out for numero uno. She would sell her own grandmother if she thought it would make her bankroll fatter. Everybody knows she rocked Jack's world. He's probably singing her praises right this minute. Wouldn't surprise me one single bit.


Diane: Jack, you think I had some devious agenda?

Jack: You telling Drucilla Winters, of all people, your little secret smacks of the old, manipulative Diane.

Diane: I can't believe you're saying this to me.

Jack: Oh, come on, sweetheart. The cat's out of the bag. You know what's really ironic here?

Diane: What?

Jack: I was actually starting to trust you. I was. After all our history together, I thought maybe you'd changed. Guess you proved me wrong, huh?

Diane: My only reason for keeping a low profile was to avoid getting in the middle between you and Phyllis.

Jack: Oh, so what do you call sticking it to Phyllis to give me back the orchid?

Diane: Oh, all right, all right, all right, but besides that, there's been no deception, no secret plan.

Jack: Why should I believe you?

Diane: Jack, all I have done is try to build a bridge between you and Phyllis. I was hoping that the two of you could reconcile somehow!

Jack: So I could be happy?

Diane: Yes, it's true! I want you to be happy, and apparently, Phyllis is the only woman-- she's the only woman that can do that. So, yes, Jack, that's my story, and I'm sticking to it. I did what I did because I...


John: Yes, Ed. I see. All right, you have the papers? All right, look, let's meet in the morning for breakfast. I'll sign, and we'll get it taken care of. All right, see you then.

Phyllis: You know, it's amazing how much Kyle reminds me of Jack. He does that same thing with his bottom lip when he sleeps that Jack does.

John: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: Have you noticed that?

John: Oh, there's certainly some similarities between father and son.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, for sure. I bet if we went back a generation, we'd find the same thing with you, wouldn't we, John? Hey, listen, I apologize for getting snippy earlier. It's just--it's been awhile since I've seen Kyle, and, um, it's, you know, it's hard to visit him now that he's living with Diane.

John: Well, I hope you understand Jack's rationale for having him live with her.

Phyllis: Because there's so much tension between the two of us. Yeah, sure. Sure, I do. You know, it's just hard because, um... well, now that Danny’s back in town...

John: Reminds you of Daniel.

Phyllis: Yeah, the loss of my own son, yeah. It's a hurt that you really never get over. But, you know, that's not gonna happen again. No way. No way. This situation's gonna be over and done with soon, and Kyle will be back in my life.

John: Phyllis, look, um...

Phyllis: What? There's something you want to say, obviously. What do you want to tell me, I'm a lousy mother or something? Go ahead and spit it out.

John: Look, this is not about Kyle. It's about you and my son. I think it's time that you admit that your marriage to Jack is over. You need to let go.


Brittany: Go away. I don't want to see you. I told the nurses no visitors.

Raul: Yeah, we know.

Brittany: So you just barged in anyway? That's just great.

Bobby: We needed to talk to you, see how you're doin'.

Brittany: How the hell do you think I'm doing? I'm a freak.

Raul: Brittany--

Brittany: Just get out!

Raul: Hey, look, we've kept our distance because we know it's what you've wanted, but no more.

Bobby: We can't stop thinking about you. We care too much. You can't keep asking us to stay away.

Brittany: Damn it, all I want is a little privacy. After everything I've been through, is that too much to ask?

Brittany: I don't hear you leaving.

Bobby: You're not gonna.

Raul: Babe, turn around. Look at us.

Brittany: No.

Raul: You don't have to hide not from us.

Brittany: If you looked like I do, you would want to hide, too. You should be grateful that you don't have to be forced to look at me. I'm not making you look at something that's so disgusting. Now would you please just leave? Please?


Bobby: Sweetheart, I know you're used to getting your own way, but we're not gonna leave until you talk to us.

Brittany: It's late. I'm tired.

Raul: Dr. Winters told us that you haven't been sleeping.

Brittany: Well, you wouldn't either if you had this nightmare for a face.

Raul: Honey, it hurts to hear you talk that way. Now I understand why you're upset, and I understand why it's hard for you to look at your scar, but, baby, to me you're still the same beautiful person that I fell in love with.

Brittany: (Crying) right.

Raul: Beautiful on the inside, Brittany. Hell, I didn't even like you until I got to know you. You're strong and funny, smart... you're just amazing. Babe, please look at me.

Brittany: No.

Raul: I want to see you. Brittany, I miss you so much. Please.

Raul: Brittany, you don't have to cover yourself.

Brittany: Yes, I do. Raul, just don't make me...

Raul: It's okay. I love you so much. And, Brittany, nothing could ever change that.

Brittany: You're just... (sniffles) you're just saying that because that's what you always do. You always say the right thing.

Raul: Baby, I'm saying it because it's true.

Brittany: Well, maybe to you. What about the rest of the world? I look like something out of a monster movie. I guess this is my punishment for being such a stuck-up snob, always judging people by the way they look.

Bobby: Hey, hey, hey. Enough of that garbage. You're not being punished for anything. You didn't do anything to deserve this. You listening to me? Like Raul said, scar or no scar, you're a knockout, and you always will be. You got a hell of a lot more going for you than just a body and a face.

Brittany: God, that means so much coming from you-- a man who makes his living off of women's looks. If we were strangers and I walked into your club looking for a job, you would laugh your head off. You would tell me I'd scare the customers away. Well, maybe you wouldn't say that, but you would sure be thinking it.

Bobby: Lighten up. If I wasn't crazy about you, I wouldn't be here.

Brittany: You're here now, but what about a couple months from now? How long is it gonna take before you can't stand staring at me?

Bobby: I don't care how you look. It doesn't make any difference to me. Now move the towel.

Brittany: Don't touch me!

Bobby: Give me it.

Brittany: Don't! Get out of here!

Raul: Brittany.

Brittany: Just get out of here!


Paul: So tell me about Kevin’s job over at Marsino's.

Michael: He quit.

Paul: Was that before or after the incident?

Michael: What incident? Oh. You're talking about the girl?

Paul: Yeah, the one where she was nearly killed during a performance.

Michael: Look, I don't know what this has to do with Kevin.

Paul: Wasn't he friends with the girl?

Michael: How should I know? She was one of the dancers, wasn't she?

Paul: Oh, yeah, kind of a headliner, from what I hear--Marilyn. The poor girl is gonna have a scar for life.

Michael: That's too bad. That serious, huh?

Paul: Yeah, it's very serious.

Paul: She was electrocuted. She's lucky to be alive.

Michael: Look, you're unbelievable! You don't think I know where you're going with this, Williams?

Paul: Oh, come on, Baldwin! Your brother was an electrical apprentice, and he used to work at Marsino's. And I'll tell you something-- he didn't quit. He was fired. And right now, he is out on a date with Lauren where she thinks she's making progress. She's trying to get him to open up about what he has done.

Michael: I can't tell you what a bad idea that was.

Paul: Oh, for once, we agree. She was determined, very determined. You want to know something? I'm worried. And if you're smart, you would be, too. (Door slams)


Lauren: "The real Kevin Fisher"? Hmm. Sounds intriguing.

Kevin: I wonder if you'll still feel that way when I...

Lauren: When you what? When I get a glimpse of what's going on inside your head?

Kevin: You know, I would rather tell you about what's in here.

Lauren: Kevin--

Kevin: No. I know this is only our first date, and I'm supposed to pull some head game and string you along and make you wonder whether or not I like you enough to ask you out again, but, you know, that's what people do when it's just a game to them. But to me, this is so much more, you know? It's, like, I can't describe it. I can’t. I can't describe it. I just never--I never thought that I could feel this way about a woman, you know, about any woman.

Lauren: You're so sweet.

Kevin: I'm not trying to be sweet, damn it! I--I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's just I'm feeling so much right now, you know? It's--you are so beautiful and incredible and special and...

Lauren: We barely know each other.

Kevin: So why is that important, huh? Can't a guy know he's with the right person, even if they haven't spent a lot of time together?

Lauren: Absolutely.

Kevin: Right. Other people can, just not me...

Kevin: 'Cause it's never been like this before. Before you.

Kevin: You're perfect, Lauren. You are. You're the perfect woman. What guy wouldn't want you? God knows I do... more than I've ever wanted anything before in my entire life.


Bobby: Stop. Just stop. Brittany, stop.

Brittany: Please, will you leave now?

Raul: Brittany, we're just trying to help you.

Brittany: You can't help me now. You can't love me now!

Raul: You're wrong, as wrong as can be.

Brittany: Don't you get it? I don't want you here. I don't want your pity.

Bobby: Hey, that's not what this is.

Brittany: There! Are you satisfied? Check it out, boys. It's your very own freak show! Look at me! Look, then tell me you could ever love a woman like me.

Bobby: I could.

Raul: I do.

Brittany: (Cries)


John: Now, Phyllis, I don't mean to be cruel. It's just that when you ignore reality and cling to something that's no longer working, everyone involved gets hurt even more.

Phyllis: Is that what you think I'm doing, clinging to a lost cause?

John: Well, if you would try to see things objectively, not just what's going on now, but before your marriage-- the fights, the disagreements-- you'd realize that what I'm saying is true.

Phyllis: Thanks for your insight, John. I really appreciate it.

John: Phyllis, please--

Phyllis: No, no, no, please. It's great to see this Abbott family support in action. It leaves me all warm and fuzzy.

John: Look, I did not mean to hurt you. You're missing--

Phyllis: I know exactly what you meant. And if you'll forgive me that I don't bow to your wisdom as the family patriarch, I intend to fight for my marriage. Great to see you again, as always. I'll show myself out.


Jack: Let me ask you a question. Why do you give a damn if I'm happy?

Diane: Do I have to spell it out for you? Can't you just leave me with one shred of dignity?

Jack: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I-I overreacted. I-I misread your motives. I... I meant what I said earlier. I-I really do appreciate your willingness to give me advice regarding Phyllis, encouraging me to reach out to her. It's just this... putting pressure on Phyllis to do the right thing for Jabot, for our marriage, without wanting anything for yourself, it... its kind of mind-boggling, to say the least.

Diane: Amazing, huh, that I would put someone else's needs ahead of my own?

Diane: It almost gives you... almost gives you hope for the world, doesn't it? God.

Jack: Hey, hey, hey.


Damon: Can we back up?

Dru: Mm-hmm.

Damon: Why, exactly, would Jack be so especially grateful to Diane?

Dru: Because he knows Diane’s the reason why Phyllis gave him back his orchid.

Damon: I was under the impression he knew nothing about that.

Dru: Well, he didn't until a little while ago. I told him about it.

Damon: I wish you hadn't done that.

Dru: He had the right to know.

Damon: And this is all your business because?

Dru: Because if he would dump the redhead like a bad habit, he could get with Diane.

Damon: Oh, you got it all figured out, ain't you?

Dru: Yes, I do. She adores Jack, they have a child together, she'd treat him like a king. And who knows? After a little bit of time, he might be able to get that second orchid back from her. What? What?

Damon: May I please just take this moment to say that you are, bar none...

Dru: What?

Damon: The most conniving, scheming, trifling woman I have ever met?

Dru: Oh, but I bet you still love me, don't ya? Uh-huh.

Damon: I'll tell you what, if I were you, I would forget about that second orchid. Who knows? Diane might surprise us all and do the right thing.

Dru: Well, that's a matter of opinion, because I'm sure there's a lot of people with a lot of different ideas as to what the right thing is.


Raul: Well, I guess I'll go home.

Bobby: Don't feel like gettin' to the club just yet.

Raul: Well, you're not staying here.

Bobby: Says who? You gonna pick a fight with me?

Paul: Good, you're both here. I need to talk to you.

Bobby: Not now, Williams.

Raul: Look, we just came from seeing Brittany. She's all freaked out.

Paul: That's why I wanted to see you. It's about Brittany. You see, I've been wondering why she was hurt and who might have done this to her.

Bobby: Do yourself a favor, take no for an answer. We're all talked out on the subject, and we don't have any answers.

Paul: Well, shut up and listen, because I may have some. I think I know who the hell did this to her.


Lauren: Wow. I, uh... wow.

Kevin: I've made you uncomfortable.

Lauren: No, it's okay.

Kevin: I never meant to fall so hard, so fast. And maybe I shouldn't have admitted it, but I need for you to know just what you mean to me.

Lauren: And I appreciate your honesty. And I especially value that in a man.

Lauren: Speaking of which... you have not made good on your promise.

Kevin: Oh, that's right. You wanted me to tell you a secret about myself.

Lauren: Oh, yes, a big, juicy one. I think I've waited long enough, don't you?

Kevin: You do, huh?

Lauren: I think it's such a great way to get to know somebody. You know, spilling something that you wouldn't ordinarily say otherwise. Come on. Don't be shy. Come on. You could say anything to me. You should know that by now.

Kevin: What about you, Lauren? Don't you have any secrets? Something that maybe you'd like to confess to me?

Lauren: Well, every woman has secrets, you know? It's part of our charm. But you... I think there's more to Kevin Fisher than meets the eye, and I'm very intrigued. I want to learn all about you.

Kevin: Yes, right, you do, so you can nail me, right? You want to sell me out to the cops, because this is just a big game to you! It's a big lie, isn't it, Lauren? Admit it! Admit it's a lie! Admit it!

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