Monday Y&R Transcript 3/29/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 3/29/04 -- Canada, Tuesday 3/30/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

John: Victor, let's try to settle this amicably.

Victor: John, I don't see any reason why I should continue to listen to your son's insults.

John: My son will keep his comments to himself.

Jack: Hey, I am the C.E.O.

John: And I am chairman of the board, and I am telling you, if you do not remain quiet, then leave, but you will not disrupt this meeting again.

Jack: I don't know. Sounds like tyranny to me.

Ashley: Jack, please don't do this right now.

Jack: You know what I think? I think the rest of you have lost your minds, or at very least, your memory.

John: Now, Jack that is enough. Must we air all of our disagreements in front of Victor?

John: Victor, please sit down. Let's continue this discussion.

Victor: John, with all due respect, I don't think there's much to discuss. I made an offer of $75 million for reparations to your company. I thought it was more than generous. Your son decided to not accept it. In fact, he threw it in my face. Therefore, the offer no longer stands.

Jack: Then I was right. You never intended to make amends, 'cause you made the offer with the hopes of staying out of jail, to make a big impression on the judge. It had nothing to do with an admission of guilt.

Nikki: Do not be ridiculous. He's already admitted it!

Brad: Victor, $75 million is a fair amount for both sides.

Jill: I absolutely agree.

Victor: I've thought about it, and I don't agree at all.


Shiloh: J.T. And I were just having a difference of opinion.

Colleen: Well, did you tell him to pipe down and get over himself? You're the boss, right?

J.T.: It seems that way.

Colleen: Well, I didn't realize you were still in town.

Shiloh: I wanted to sit down with J.T. one last time before we leave for L.A.

Colleen: My gosh, I'm sure. There must be a million things to hammer out, right?

J.T.: More like a million and twelve.

Shiloh: It'll definitely be a full trip.

Colleen: Well, just so you know, everything with me is totally cool. I'm not gonna miss a day of school. Its spring break, and guess what my Dad said?

J.T.: What?

Colleen: I have his blessing, as long as we don't sneak into each other's hotel rooms.

J.T.: Colleen, look--

Colleen: I know, I know, I know, too much information. I've always been horrible with that. I'm just so excited! Everything is working out. I am so excited I get to go with you.


(Doorbell rings)

Phyllis: Hi. Um, I've been thinking about you all day.

Phyllis: (Chuckles) oh, wait a second. Are you doing your meditation stuff? Wow. Listen--oh. (Whispering) I'll go. I don't want to disturb you.

Damon: Please stay.

Phyllis: (Normal voice) okay. Thank you.

Damon: What are you looking for?

Phyllis: Well, you know...

Damon: Vanessa's not here.

Phyllis: Oh, okay. Good. Good. So it's just the two of us?

Damon: Join me?

Phyllis: In--in meditation?

Damon: Something just a little bit more, um, intriguing.

Phyllis: Okay. I mean, you know I'm new at this, right?

Damon: Are you willing to learn?

Phyllis: Well, if you're my guru, how can I refuse?

Phyllis: Oh... (Giggles)


Raul: Hey.

Brittany: Hi, going somewhere?

Raul: Yeah, I thought I'd head over to the Athletic Club and work out for a little while.

Brittany: Well, have fun.

Raul: Do you want to come with me?

Brittany: No, thanks.

Raul: Are you sure? I'll let you beat me at racquetball.

Brittany: Maybe some other time.

Raul: Well, J.T.'s not around, so you'll have the whole place to yourself.

Brittany: Actually, I'm kind of tired, so I think I'll go lie down for a little while.

Raul: All right. You need me to pick anything up for you while I'm out?

Brittany: I'm okay, thank you.

Raul: Hey, one more thing before I go. Can about talk about what happened earlier?


Angelo: Hey, finally.

Bobby: Yeah, I got hung up at the tax accountant. This stuff's way too complicated for the  Gutierrez kid.

Angelo: No sweat.

Bobby: We all set for tonight?

Angelo: What do you think; I've been flapping my jaws around here? Of course we are.

Bobby: Did you hear from Brittany?

Angelo: Me? Why would I hear from her?

Bobby: She might have called. You might have answered the phone. Ange, don't answer a question with a question.

Angelo: Hey, don't get hot, okay? The phone hasn't rung. What, are you expecting her to call?

Bobby: No. It's just; I haven't heard from her in awhile, that's all.

Angelo: Maybe she went on a trip.

Bobby: Maybe she went on a trip? Ange, the girl's afraid to leave her house because someone might see her face.

Angelo: Yeah, that's too bad. Hey, listen, Bob, you know, we talked about maybe getting that backstage area painted. Now I'm thinking while we're out there, we might as well get some other things painted, too.

Bobby: You know, I'm gonna call her.

Angelo: Who? What, we got a female painter?

Bobby: No. Brittany.

Angelo: Look, Bobby, donít. Don't make the call, okay? Not a good idea.


John: Victor, I regret that things have gotten out of hand.

Victor: I don't blame you, John.

Ashley: Could we all please just sit down and get back to what we were discussing earlier?

Jack: You are all so willing to deal with this man who only a few short months ago was doing everything he could to destroy this company? We all know that now.

John: Jack, circumstances have changed. Victor's offer, the one he had made, would have been instrumental in restoring Jabot's economic health.

Jack: Jabot will be just fine, Dad, and we'll be a lot better off doing things my way than taking his pittance.

Ashley: Jack, out of curiosity, do we read the same reports?

Jack: Can you hear the tone in his voice? He is reveling in our misfortune.

John: I do not hear that at all.

Jack: Well, then you're not only blind, you're deaf.

Ashley: How dare you talk to our father that way, Jack Abbott!

Jack: This meeting is so ill-advised. You called it, I came. We shouldn't be here. We should not be in a room with this man trying to figure a way to get him off the hook.

Brad: Jack, don't do this. I respect how you feel, but you were outvoted.

John: Victor, it is still my belief that both sides would be far better off if we can reach an agreement now before we leave this room.

Victor: Would you like me to table another offer, John?

Jill: Would you consider reinstating the old one?

Victor: $75 million is off the table. That ship has sailed.

John: All right, what terms do you have in mind?

Ashley: It must be of some value to you knowing that you would no longer be under threat of civil action.

Victor: With all due respect, Ashley, I don't fear that as much as you evidently think I should.

Jack: Well, of course not. You figure there's some judge you can pay off, some way to get out of giving us what we deserve.

Nikki: Jack, stop it!

Victor: That's the question, isn't it? What I think you deserve.


Phyllis: Okay, what is this intriguing meditation you're talking about?

Damon: It's not quite meditation.

Phyllis: Oh, really? What is it then?

Damon: Have you heard of Tantra?

Phyllis: Uh, yeah, yes. Yes, it is, um... that's a spider that is found mainly in the tropical rain forests of...

Damon: That would be a tarantula.

Phyllis: Oh, right.

Damon: Tantra... is the complete surrender of all mental and emotional conditioning, meant to expand and liberate consciousness. It's a spiritual path that combines mind and body.

Phyllis: Oh. Well, tell me more, oh wise one.

Damon: Well, would you be willing to embark on a little exploration with me?

Phyllis: (Giggles nervously) sure.

Damon: All right then.

Phyllis: (Giggles)

Damon: We'll start with what's known as "soul gazing."

Phyllis: Okay.

Damon: Now you just look into my eyes.

Phyllis: Oh.

Damon: Deeper.

Damon: Are you beginning to feel anything?

Phyllis: Uh, yeah, I am feeling something. I'm definitely, definitely feeling something.

Damon: Well, that's good.

Phyllis: Okay. Oh. What are you doing?

Damon: Meridians. They're tributaries in the body through which energy flows.

Phyllis: Oh, you're massaging my meridians.

Damon: Releasing all the negative energy.

Damon: Using fingers and hands to guide you to a higher place.

Phyllis: Oh, well, um uh, keep guiding, definitely keep guiding.


Colleen: I am just so excited that we get to see L.A. together and watch you become a huge success.

J.T.: Well, that's not gonna happen overnight, coll.

Shiloh: J.T.'s right. There's a lot of hard work involved, a lot of very long hours.

Colleen: Oh, I know, and I promise you won't even know I'm there, believe me.

Shiloh: Well, I've got some calls to make, so if you two will excuse me. Colleen, it was so good to see you again.

Colleen: Yeah you, too.

Shiloh: J.T.

J.T.: See you later.

Colleen: I just love her. Don't you?

J.T.: Yeah, sure.

Colleen: Are you okay?

J.T.: Why do you ask?

Colleen: I don't know, you just seem a little serious considering we're about to go on the adventure of a lifetime together.


Brittany: We don't have to talk about that.

Raul: Yeah, but I want to. Listen, I hope you don't think I was pressuring you, Brittany.

Brittany: I donít.

Raul: Good, good. Listen, I know I shouldn't have come into your bedroom and gotten into bed with you. But it's just... it's been a long time. You keep telling me to move on, but, Brittany, I can't, okay? I love you so much, and I just, I miss the way things were between us.

Brittany: So do I.

Raul: Well, then why don't we get back to... sorry, why don't we talk about something else instead, huh? How was your walk?

Brittany: My what?

Raul: Your walk. You went for a walk to clear your head earlier, right?

Brittany: Oh, it was fine.

Raul: It was fine? You were gone for a long time.

Brittany: I met a woman in the park.

Raul: Yeah?

Brittany: Rose. She has cerebral palsy and talking to her was pretty amazing, hearing all the stuff she's had to go through. It kind of made me feel like my situation isn't that terrible.

Raul: Well, that's how life is. No matter how bad you think you've got things, there's always someone out there who's worse off. It gives you perspective.

Brittany: Yeah, I've gotten a lot of that today.

Raul: What?

Brittany: Perspective. I have been such an idiot.

Raul: Hey, come on. Why would you say something like that?

Brittany: Because all this time I've been looking for something else and everything that I really want is right here standing in front of me.

Raul: I'm not sure I understand what you're...


Bobby: What are you doing?

Angelo: I'm trying to help. You shouldn't make this call.

Bobby: You should get your hand off me. What's gotten into you?

Angelo: Bobby, it's time to move on.

Bobby: Is that Ange's advice for the lovelorn? I'll tell you something, Ange, save it for your newspaper column.

Angelo: Come on, give me a break, man. You're not lovelorn, all right? You're surrounded by beautiful women who think you're a God, huh? I mean, you get hit on just walking down the street. I mean, okay, you went through something with this Marilyn, this Brittany, and now you're just feeling sorry for her.

Bobby: No, let me stop you right there, okay? I feel lousy that she got hurt in my club, all right? She don't want my pity, and I'm not giving it. Now I got strong feelings for this girl. It's not some tomato that I picked up and have been messing around with for the last three months. This is different.

Angelo: I know, and that's what I don't like about it, Bob. I mean, it used to be the club came first, and women were like dessert, okay? And now this chick, she's in first place, and the club is over here. I mean, I feel like I'm running this place all by myself.

Bobby: Yeah, well, you must be doing something right. Now, Ange, without your permission I want to make this call, just to see how she's doing.

Angelo: She's doing fine.

Bobby: How do you know she's doing fine?

Angelo: Nothing, man. I just assume.

Bobby: No, no, no, you don't assume anything. How do you know she's fine? Huh, come on, Ange, don't mess with me. I'm warning you.


J.T.: Thanks. I'm surprised to see you here this early.

Colleen: I had a half day at school, remember? I brought Abby over to have some ice cream.

J.T.: Where is she?

Colleen: In the back with Gina. She knew the minute I saw you I couldn't resist coming over to say hi.

J.T.: Yeah, look, about that, we need...

Colleen: I already know what you're gonna say.

J.T.: You do?

Colleen: Yeah, um, I interrupted your meeting. Shiloh was really cool about it, but, still, I promise you it will not happen again, especially since we're going to L.A. together, and the last thing I want to do is embarrass you.

J.T.: No, Colleen, look, you could never do that. It's just that...

Colleen: I know. I need to learn to control myself more in a room together, but I'll make the sacrifice. You're worth it.


Jack: People, this is a colossal waste of time.

Victor: I couldn't agree more, Jack.

John: All right, Victor, are you willing to make a settlement?

Victor: That depends on the terms, John.

Ashley: I know that you know this, but we can document significant losses in the Tuvia rollout that are directly linked to the results of your bribery schemes.

Victor: Ashley, I'm sure you think you could.

Jack: Are we really gonna listen to this smug, self-important--

Brad: Enough, Jack.

Nikki: Jack, I think you've done enough damage.

Jack: Apparently not. We're still trying to hammer something out here.

Jill: Look, I understand that this is rubbing you the wrong way, but, please, we're trying to salvage something here.

Victor: You would like me to make an offer. I will. Here are the terms. $20 million in cold cash available today. In return, you will not sue me for damages.

Jack: 20 million? Get out of here. That's an insult.

John: This time I have to agree with my son. That is an insult.

Victor: It's a final offer, John. Take it or leave it.

Ashley: It's no offer at all, Victor, and you know it.

Victor: Ashley, I hate to disappoint you, but I made your brother an offer of $75 million in good faith. He dismissed it summarily, disdainfully. In fact, he threw it in my face. There's only so much abuse I will take. You have a good day.

Nikki: Wh-- I'll talk to him.


Phyllis: Wow, whatever you're doing now, don't stop.

Damon: I'm connecting with your chakra..

Phyllis: My what?

Damon: Charka the body's energy centers. There are seven. They regulate the flow of energy through the body.

Phyllis: Oh, all right. Wow, I can't wait until you connect to the other six.

Damon: Well, we'll start here. This is the throat chakra..

Phyllis: Oh.

Damon: This would be the heart chakra.

Phyllis: Uh-huh, ooh, wow.

Damon: Now down here...

Phyllis: Uh-huh.

Damon: We call this the root chakra.

Phyllis: Oh. Oh, thatís... I like it.

Damon: It reflects your connection to mother earth and the physical body.

Phyllis: Wow.

Damon: The crown chakra.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Oh, my chakras like this.

Damon: The whole point is when we combine the energy of mind, spirit and body, very often we can achieve the ultimate pinnacle of physical love without even touching each other.

Phyllis: Well, why would we want to do that?

Damon: You're incorrigible.

Phyllis: Well, you know, I'm honest, really. That's why you like me, right?

Damon: Turn around.

Phyllis: What?

Damon: Turn around and look at me.

Phyllis: Okay.

Damon: Just keep looking into my eyes.

Phyllis: Okay, are we doing the star gazing?

Damon: Soul gazing.

Phyllis: The soul gazing.

Damon: I want to connect with you on a purely spiritual level. We're going to merge our bodies' biological energy with universal energy.

Phyllis: Okay.

Damon: How you feeling about this so far?

Phyllis: Um, the truth?

Damon: Of course.

Phyllis: Well, I like this, I like the spiritual stuff, but, um, I kind of think it's time we get physical, don't you?


Colleen: So what were you and Shiloh talking about?

J.T.: Uh, we were just kind of going through stuff. Sounds like it's gonna be pretty jam-packed. I'm not even gonna have time to see the ocean.

Colleen: Wow, lots of meetings, right?

J.T.: Yeah, meetings, rehearsals, recording sessions, photography sessions from, like, dawn till midnight. And then I get up the next morning and do it all over again. From everything Shiloh said, it's like your time isn't your own, you know? I'm gonna be booked solid. These music people are pretty intense.

Colleen: Well, it's a good thing we're young, got a lot of energy, though I doubt you're gonna like getting up that early.

J.T.: Well, that's too bad. It's a business trip. They own me, coll, or at least my time. They're putting a lot m money into seeing if I can cut it with their label.

Colleen: You're making this sound like so much fun. You'd better watch out. I just might stay home, cheer you on from Wisconsin.

J.T.: Yeah, you know, since you bring that up, it might not be such a bad idea.

Colleen: Nice try. April fool's is not for a couple days.

J.T.: I'm serious, coll. Shiloh thinks that, you know, your coming would... well, it... it's just not gonna work out this time.


Brad: Well, that was fun.

Jill: Not exactly the term I would have chosen.

Ashley: It was a disaster.

John: No, honey, it's not a disaster, but it's very unfortunate.

Jack: And I'm sure you all blame me.

Ashley: And who else would we blame?

Jack: You know who I blame? I blame every last one of you for ever sitting down with him to begin with. You had to know he was gonna pull some kind of stunt. You set yourselves up.

Ashley: He was ready to sign.

Jack: You don't know that. He played you like a violin, sweetheart. (Imitating Victor) "so sorry to disappoint you, Ashley." (Normal voice) bull. He enjoyed every minute of it. He rubbed our noses in it.

John: Oh, Jack! I did not appreciate the way you behaved today. Victor's original offer could have been the salvation of our family business.

John: Now we're going to have to pull ourselves together, tighten our belts and find a way to move forward. And this is going to be a lot more painful than it had to be. And there are losses that we might not have had to endure. As your sister aptly pointed out, one of them may very well be Tuvia.


Angelo: She was here.

Bobby: Brittany was here at the club?

Angelo: Yeah.

Bobby: When?

Angelo: A little while ago.

Bobby: Well, what for?

Angelo: I don't know, you know, a trip down bad memory lane maybe.

Bobby: Hey, Ange, don't even go there.

Angelo: Okay, fine. She came here to see you.

Bobby: Well, what did you say to her?

Angelo: What do you think I said? I said you were out.

Bob: Oh, and that's all you said?

Angelo: Yeah, more or less.

Bobby: All right, Ange, I got the less. Now gimme the more.

Angelo: I told her the same thing that I'm telling you now. It's time to move on.

Bobby: Yeah, and what did she say to you, the same thing that I tell you-- mind your own business?

Angelo: Yeah, yeah, that's what she said.

Bobby: Look, Ange, you might as well come clean with me right now, 'cause I'm gonna find out what you said. And I don't want to have to come all the way back here and start busting chairs over your head.

Angelo: Hey, come on, you don't wanna do that.

Bobby: No, I don't, but I will.

Angelo: Look, I told her you were already making plans.

Bobby: Plans? What kind of plans?

Angelo: You know, with other women, that you were turning the page, you were starting a new chapter.

Bobby: How could you tell her something like that? Of all the stupid things that you've done, Ange... we'll finish this later.


Raul: Wait, wait, hold on a second, babe.

Brittany: What's wrong?

Raul: What are you doing?

Brittany: Do you really have to ask?

Raul: I'm just... I'm confused, okay? A second ago you said you didn't want to do anything like this.

Brittany: It doesn't matter what I said. I was being stupid. I want to be with you.

Raul: Be with me?

Brittany: Let's go into the bedroom.

Raul: You mean, you...

Brittany: Yes.

Raul: Are you sure?


Jack: Dad, wait. This is no time to be making that kind of decision.

Ashley: Sad but true, Jack. We are short on operating capital, and something's gonna have to go. Now I know that you and Brad are in love with that miracle hair thing, but I just don't see you getting there. And as for the Tuvia line itself, well, you know that it's never really performed up to expectations.

Jack: Because of Newman and for no other reason.

John: Jack, we don't know that, and even if it's true, the damage is done. The line does not sell well.

Jill: Whether or not it's Victor's fault, it's a hard trend to reverse.

John: Look, everyone, there are going to be casualties here. It's as simple as that. Now we have to cut our losses if we're going to survive.

Brad: So suppose we shut down Tuvia, divert those funds. How's it make us look?

Jack: I cannot believe I'm even hearing this. It is so premature!

Brad: What planet are you living on, Jack? We're scraping the bottom of the barrel here.

Jack: You're panicking, Brad. You're all panicking. There's no reason.

Jill: Really? Really, Jack? And how do you propose to pull more operating capital out of thin air?

Brad: We haven't exactly received a warm welcome from any of our friendly loan institutions. So what's the answer, Jack? How does Jabot survive in the short term?


Victor: You certainly got here in a hurry.

Nikki: That's because you made me chase you all the way here. I'm surprised we didn't both get speeding tickets.

Victor: Did I say you had to do that?

Nikki: I was not going to let that meeting that had such a horrible outcome, end without trying to talk to you.

Victor: Why not? Everything was said in that boardroom that needed to be said. The offer is off the table.

Nikki: Victor, this is your chance to put all of the ugliness between you and Jabot behind us.

Victor: It's too late for that. I offered Jack Abbott $75 million to get that company out of the red. $75 million in damages, he turns it down arrogantly. There's nothing else I have to say. I will not reconsider.


(Pounding on door)

Raul: Hang on! Don't knock down the door. Who is it?

Bobby: It's Marsino. Open up.

Raul: What do you want?

Bobby: Is Brittany here?

Raul: Yeah but this isn't a good time right now.

Bobby: Yeah, well, I need to talk to her.

Raul: Come on, what...

Bobby: Look, I just need a minute. Brittany, can you come out here?

Raul: You can't just barge in here, okay, like you live here, start yelling...

Brittany: What is going on? What are you doing here, Bobby?


J.T.: Colleen, look, I'm sorry. I know we had plans.

Colleen: And Shiloh doesn't think it will work, us going to L.A. together?

J.T.: Well, it's gonna be solid business. I wouldn't even have time to spend with you outside of that.

Colleen: She doesn't want some starry-eyed kid tagging along the whole time, right?

J.T.: No, Colleen, come on. It's not personal, honestly.

Colleen: That's how she feels though, right? You know what? Never mind, I understand. You don't have to explain.

J.T.: Colleen, look, I want you to understand.

Colleen: Honey, its okay. It's not your fault. I know how much you wanted me on this trip.

J.T.: You know what? You're coming, all right? They can just deal with it.

Colleen: J.T., no.

J.T.: Why shouldn't I bring whoever I want, huh?

Colleen: Because Shiloh is the expert, okay? This is her business. She knows the people involved. Her boss is at the record label. Plus, they're gonna need to spend time with you.

J.T.: Yeah, but I want you there.

Colleen: You have to listen to her, all right? Do what she says. This is what you guys were arguing about when I came over, isn't it? See, that's not good. She's sticking her neck out so that you can have an amazing career. You have to think long-term, so that one day when you have an entourage, then you can get specific. You know, what kind of potato chips you want in your dressing room and how many backstage passes I can give to my girlfriends.

J.T.: Yeah, right.

Colleen: But until that happens, Shilohís right. You gotta work really hard and get a lot accomplished, and I will be waiting with open arms when you get home, your number one fan.

J.T.: You... you're like the most amazing woman. You know, I couldn't have done this without you. Seriously, I owe you so much.

Colleen: Just go out there and knock 'em dead. That's what I want more than anything.

John: Well, since we're in this together, let's work it out together. We'll have a strategy meeting tomorrow after we've had a chance to clear our heads. Than we'll decide how we're going to move forward.

Jill: I'm going back to my office, too. Jack, just for the record, I don't know if you're right or not about Victor being insincere, but that smug smile on his face after he knew what he did to us made me sick. I just wish that we didn't need this money so much.

Jack: People, don't fret. We will pull through this just fine. We'll take Newman to civil court. We will sue him for hundreds of millions in damages, just like I had always planned.

Ashley: Well, let's hope you can make good on your bravado, Jack. The future of Jabot depends on it now.


Nikki: Victor, will you please think about this? Jack will take you to court for damages.

Victor: Then let him try.

Nikki: Why are you being so unreasonable?

Victor: Because, my dear, I can afford to be, all right? When someone of Jack Abbottís  treats me disrespectfully, I have nothing else to say to him. I will not be accommodating.

Nikki: So you're just doing this to spite us, to spite Jack? That could be a mistake.

Victor: It's not a mistake. It's a business decision. Let them take me to court.

Nikki: You already plead guilty to commercial bribery. It's not like they have to convince a jury that you did it. All they have to do is come up with a figure for the damages.

Victor: So what? They'll have a hell of time proving that my actions cost them anything.

Nikki: Well, if he does prove it, it could be a lot more money than what you've already offered.

Victor: If the court's judgment is favorable to Jabot. But you seem to forget that I have very, very deep pockets. I can prolong this damn trial until they run out of their resources. It ain't gonna take too long. Then they'll have to accept whatever I'm willing to offer them.

Nikki: You know, you keep referring to "them" and "they," but it's me, too.

Victor: Sweetheart, you and I have discussed this very often, okay? At the risk of repeating myself, I had warned you several times not to invest $35 million in that damn idiot's company. But having said that, I'm not upset with you, okay?

Nikki: Oh, you're in?

Victor: No.

Nikki: You know, you always say that you don't want to hurt the people that you love, and you turn around, and you do this.

Victor: Now you know that if someone treats me disrespectfully, they won't get away with it.

Nikki: It was one person. It was only Jack!

Victor: That was enough. That was enough! Now can we please not continue this topic? I came here to relax, all right?

Nikki: Can you just, just try to think about it a little longer before you lock yourself into something that might not be smart?

Victor: I'll decide that. There's something else we need to discuss.

Nikki: What?

Victor: It seems that Ashley Abbott wants to have a private meeting with me.

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