Y&R Transcript Friday 5/28/04--Canada; Monday 5/31/04--U.S.A.
Victor: Well, we got our work cut out for ourselves, don't we?
Nick: You certainly do.
Victor: Yep. Glad you came by, son.
Nick: Couldn't you have found some place in better shape?
Victor: I sort of like this, you know. The idea of redoing this place that looks so hopeless-- that's a challenge I like. Besides that, we build it all with some people who live in the neighborhood. It'll be great.
Nick: It's a pretty tall order.
Victor: Well, you don't think I can do it or what?
Nick: Well, it sounds good.
Victor: Sounds good. That's what the probation officer said.
Nick: She a little skeptical about all this?
Victor: Yeah. She looked at this place. She couldn't believe it. Yeah, she was skeptical. But I'm amazed that you're skeptical as well. I mean, you know when I make up my mind to do something, I'll do it.
Nick: You have to get people involved in this and volunteer. I mean, look at this place. This isn't the type of job you just show up with a mop and a bucket of hot soapy water.
Victor: Well, u got to start somewhere.
Nick: Yeah, I guess.All right, well, I just wanted to come down here and check it out, so...
Victor: So what do you think? You think you might want to pitch in and help me rebuild this place?
Michael: You rang.
Sharon: Uh, you know what? Maybe this was a mistake. Maybe I shouldn't have called. I'm sorry.
Michael: No, hold it right there. I was in the middle of dealing with a hellacious family situation when I got your urgent phone call, and the subject is "I'm sorry"?
Sharon: No, no, of course not. Come on in. Come on in.
Michael: Sharon, I don't mean to be rude, but as long as I'm over here, can we just move on to why you're sorry? Sharon, what is it? What is the problem?
Sharon: I called nick, and then he didn't answer the phone, so that's when I called you.
Michael: So this is something about nick. Is nick all right? What? What is it, sharon? Is there something wrong between you and nick?
Sharon: Not yet.
Michael: All right, what's that supposed to mean? Look, sharon, you dragged me out here. You're gonna have to tell me what's wrong.
Sharon: It's about cameron.
Michael: Cameron. Cameron kirsten cameron? What...
Sharon: He's alive, michael.
Danny: So that's why daniel can't wait to get out of here. Phyllis found a way to ambush him. What was she thinking? How many times did I plead with her not to do this?
Chris: You know, what's done is done. Right now my concern is daniel-- that and not strangling his mother with my bare hands.
Danny: Get in line.
Chris: I was speechless at phyllis' gall, telling her son that I was the one that ripped him from her arms all those years ago, making me the bad guy after everything she's done. Don't even get me started. It was all I could do to keep from exploding when daniel told me what she said.
Danny: I'm gonna talk to her.
Chris: No, don'T.
DannyI'm not gonna let her distort the truth and think she can get away with it.
Chris: You know what? Your son has to come first. Right now we have gotta stop him from going back to switzerland. I don't want him to leave, not like this.
Danny: Do you think we can convince him to stick around? I mean, will he let us help him work through this?
Chris: I couldn't figure out where his head was at. He left for crimson lights too early.
Danny: You think he's avoiding us.
Chris: All I can say is right now we should be grateful that he's at the coffeehouse and not at the airport.
Damon: (Typing) hey... quiet as a church mouse over there.
Phyllis: It's nice, isn't it?
Damon: Well, it's unusual.
Phyllis: I'm thinking.
Damon: Really? About what?
Phyllis: If I tell ya, I won't be thinking anymore. I'll be talking.
Damon: I see. Is thereomething bothering you?
Damon: Well, are you sure you wouldn't like to share it with me?
Damon: Is it something I did?
Damon: Well, now we're getting somewhere.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. All right, you wanna know? It has to do with diane jenkins and her coming on to you. Mm-hmm.
Jack: Oh, god.
Diane: Good. You're here.
Jack: Trust me, I wish I weren'T.
Diane: Is this a bad time?
Jack: Define "bad time." I'm not sure we can affordto have this conversation.
Diane: I wish I knew what to say.
Jack: Yeah, well, whatever it is, make it good news.
Diane: You really have a lot on your shoulders, huh?
Jack: The weight of the world. At least that's how it feels right now.
Diane: Well, I'm afraid I'm here to add to it. Jack, as a major investor in jabot and as your friend, I feel it's my duty to make you aware of something shocking I've learned about damon and drucilla. íñíR ?;
Olivia: Hey. Any change?
Dru: Well, liv, if you're asking me if my beautiful tresses have grown back to cover the bald spots, no. The answer's no.
Olivia: Well, this might help.
Dru: What will help is a fabulous weave. This feels like paper.
Olivia: It's medical information on hair loss, and I think you should read it.
Dru: Will it cure me?
Olivia: No, but it'll help you to realize that there are a lot of women out there with the same problem. In fact, I learned a lot on the subject myself-- the causes, the treatments.
Dru: Treatments? You mean there's hope?
Olivia: Well, where there's life, there's hope.
Dru: Yeah, yeah, well... I just hope you didn't come all the way over here to give me a whole long song and dance about how I shouldn't have used the hair straightening product before it was tested.
Olivia: No, no, no lecture. I'm here to help.
Danny: Daniel's 16 years old. He's got a mind of his own. I can't forcibly stop him. I mean, not if he's hellbent on leaving, and frankly, if he's in this much turmoil courtesy of phyllis...
Chris: I just wish I could be more available, for daniel's sake.
Danny: You two really connected, didn't you?
Chris: After last night, yeah.
Danny: Sounds like you had a really good talk, even with all this that phyllis laid on him.
Chris: If I was still at the firm, yes, I would be busy, but...
Danny: You'd have more control of your time.
Chris: Well, let's put it this way, I would be controlled by other people.
Danny: Are you still having moments with our illustrious D.A.?
Chris: Maybe it's all the years I spent as a defense attorney fighting for the underdog. Now I'm supposed to blindly enforce the law, even when my instincts say that there may be more to a case than meets the eye, maybe a lot more.
Danny: Is there one particular case that's making you feel this way?
Chris: Kevin fisher.
Danny: The one that paul came to you about.Chris: I understand that the guy has caused a lot of trouble, okay? Still, it just bothers me that I'm supposed to rush and prosecute someone when people I respect think that he may be innocent.
Danny: One of those people happens to be fisher's brother.
Chris: Yeah, but michael did manage to convince pl to take a closer look at the evidence, even after paul spent months trying to build a case against kevin.
Danny: Yeah, that's right. Paul was pretty unhappy suddenly having these doubts.
Chris: Yeah, whereas with glenn, it is black or white. It's guilty or not guilty.
Danny: Nothing in the middle.
Chris: Well, certainly not justice anyway. Thatouounded a little harsh.
Danny: Hey, come on. You're frustrated.
Chris: Sometimes I wonder about glenn's true priorities. Actually, I don't wonder, and that's what disturbs me. I mean, he is so into the politics, you know, such a slave to public opinion. Or I don't know. Do you think I'm being unfair?
Danny: The guy's an elected official. I mean, he's, you know, he's juggling a lot.
Chris: And maybe that's the flaw in the system.
Danny: Or, chris, maybe it's a reality you're not comfortable with.
Danny: Chris, people like you, glenn richards, your colleagues, you're not just part of the system. You represent the victims, people like brittany hodges.
Chris: You're right.
Danny: And someone else, you know, hopefully, as competent...
Chris: Represents the interests of the accused.
Danny: Exactly. And you need to decide which side of the fence you want to donate your talents to. Right now you're a prosecutor.
Chris: Did glenn recruit you to simmer me down?
Danny: Did you talk to him?
Danny: About the fisher case and these mixed feelings you're having.
Chris: No, I didn't feel like banging my head against the wall trying to open a discussion with him. I'm telling you, unless I go into his office with some hard evidence in kevin's favor...
Danny: Michael and paul's word won't do it.
Chris: What do you think? (Doorbell rings)
Danny: I think there's somebody at the door.
Chris: I think you're right.
Chris: Oh, mr. Williams. Your ears must be on fire.
Nick: So you're really into this.
Victor: Well, I was gonna do some form of community service anyway, so I'm glad the judge accepted my proposal.
Nick: This definitely gives community service a new meaning.
Victor: (Laughs) care to join me?
Nick: You know, you're not gonna be able to just do this with volunteer labor. I mean, look--god.
Victor: A lot of people around here have skills, you know, in the construction business. People around here with contractor's licenses and all that.
Nick: But nobody's put any money in this area for a long time.
Victor: Well, that's because they take their trade elsewhere. You know, they live around here because it's cheap to live here, but they work outside of this area, but I bet you anything if we offered them a job around here, they'd be more than happy to do it.
Nick: And for that, you'll pay them.
Victor: Yeah, sure.
Nick: And that's okay with your parole officer?
Victor: Well, I pay some and others will be volunteers. The way to attctct volunteers is for people to realize that people like you and me are willing to put our shoulders to the wheel.
Nick: Well, I may not have any time for extracurricular activities anyway.
Victor: Why's that?
Nick: Cameron kirsten offered me a job. Púpú
Michael: Alive. You're telling me cameron kirsten is alive.
Michael: How do you know? Are--are you sure about this?
Sharon: Well, he walked into the mother's day brunch at the club like he hadn't been gone for five minutes.
Michael: Wow. Wow!
Sharon: Yeah, and herellll this time I thought the guy was dead. Then suddenly...
Michael: Are you sure, I mean, that this was really him?
Sharon: What do you mean am I sure? Of course I'm sure. He was standing right here in my living room not 30 minutes ago. You think I imagined that?
Michael: Take it easy, all right? I just thought with all the stress of everything you've been through, you might be a little bit, yeah, crazy.
Sharon: Yeah, I know. I know what you thought. Same thing everybody else thought, including me-- I was losing my mind and going crazy.
Michael: How did he look?
Sharon: That's just the thing. He acted as if nothing had happened.
Michael: Well, at the hotel, new year's eve?
Sharon: Yeah, what hotel? What--what champagne bottle? What attempted rape? What dead body?
Michael: Well, good lord. He didn't threaten you? Nothing? Anything?
Sharon: No, not in so many words. It almost would have been easier if he had, though.
Michael: Why would you say that?
Sharon: Because he has offered nick a job as second in command at his software company.
Michael: I... well, why would... why would kirsten do that?
Sharon: I don't know. That's what's so bizarre. He's up to something.
Michael: And you don't know what.
Olivia: Here you go.
Olivia: Are you feeling any better?
Dru: Well, I'm not feeling any better or worse. I had no idea there were so many causes for hair loss.
Olivia: Mind-boggling, isn't it?
Dru: "Heredity, chemicals, lack of nutrition, stress, childbirth, hormonal." On and on and on and on and on.
Olivia: But over 30 million women in north america alone experiencing some sort of hair loss.
Dru: At least I'm not alone. You know, after reading this, it seems as though they have almost as many treatments as they do causes.
Olivia: Exactly, and all we have to do is find the right one, the one that's gonna help solve your problem.
Dru: You think we can do that?
Olivia: Honey, I'm gonna call in favors from every colleague in that hospital who's ever treated alopecia of any kind. I just know it. I know we'll find an answer.
Dru: What if we can't? That's what I'm afraid of, liv.
Olivia: I know you are. I mean, what's happened to you is one of a woman's worst nightmares.
Dru: I wish that's all it was. I wish I would just wake up in the morning and just find it was a bad dream.
Damon: Are you still hung up on diane's little flirtation with me?
Phyllis: Ooh, excuse me. Little flirtation? You're not serious.
Damon: Phyllis, I just thought this was all water under the bridge.
Phyllis: For diane jenkins to come all the way across town and throw herself at you so blatantly, it reeks of something besides desperation, of course.
Damon: And you don't think it's possible atat this woman is just lonely?
Phyllis: Well, yeah, she's lonely. No one wants to be around her. She's such a freak, but something else is going on here.
Damon: Why are you so suspicious? You insecure about us?
Phyllis: No, I'm not insecure about us, not even a little.
Damon: Good, because you have absolutely no reason to be.
Phyllis: I know. I know, but I have every reason to be suspicious where diane's concerned.
Phyllis: Why? I cannot believe you're asking me this question.
Damon: I don't understand how you can still be so fixated on this.
Phyllis: Well, I'll tell you why-- because something reeks here.
Damon: Uh-huh. That's all you gonna say?
Phyllis: No, I've got a lot more to say. Yeah, I got a sixth sense where diane jenkins is concerned, okay? And I know she's up to something.
Damon: And this just happens to be one of those instances where...
Phyllis: No, no, no, no, listen to me. What would motivate this conniving little freak to put her beady little eyes in your direction?
Jack: You're telling me damon stole the hair straightener from our lab?
Diane: And he would have taken all of it except drucilla swiped one vial back from him.
Jack: You're absolutely sure of this?
Diane: I'm absolutely positive, and it gets worse. Whatever damon intended to do with it, well, drucilla actually tested it on herself.
Jack: She what?
Diane: She used it on her own head, jack.
Jack: Oh, my god. That's crazy even for dru. Wait. Dare I ask what kind of results she got?
Diane: Well, suffice it to say, if you have any thoughts about continuing to use drucilla as a spokesmodel for tuvia, you might want to see her without her hat. It ain't pretty.
Victor: Cameron kirsten offered you a job.
Nick: Yeah. He wants me to be his chief operating officer.
Victor: Uh-huh. Can you trust that guy?
Nick: Do I need to?
Victor: I'm surprised to hear that from you, after the stance you took with me.
Nick: Look, for one thing, my name isn't on his company. And for another, I've learned a few things on how to run a business honestly. Besides, he wants to become less involved in the day-to-day operations.
Victor: You know that your mother hasn't trusted that man from day one.
Nick: Yeah, sharon's had her issues with him, too.
Victor: Well, I think with good reason, after his disappearance and all.
Nick: Well, maybe that's why he wants somebody else to come in and run his company.
Victor: I don't think cameron kirsten's company is a good place for you, son.
Nick: Yeah, well, the day you fired me as C.E.O., You gave up any say you had in my career.
Victor: So you obviously didn't come here to seek my advice, did you?
Nick: No. I came here to give you some of my own.
Victor: Oh, is that so?
Nick: Yeah, that's so. I wanted to see the place first, but, uh... it only confirmed my suspicions. You're in way over your head.
Victor: You think so, huh?
Nick: Yeah. Look at it. Be better just to level it and start over.
Victor: I don't want to level it and start over, all right? I take a far greater joy in rebuilding this place, because I think the bones of the building are good.
Nick: Yeah, I bet it feels good, dad, but how are you gonna do it? You gotta get a bunch of locals who don't understand your world to come in here and work hard for a billionaire businessman.
Victor: Have you forgotten the world I come from? Have you forgotten that I grew up in a neighborhood like this?
Nick: No, I haven't forgotten it. I just think you haven't really considered how difficult this could turn out to be.
Michael: I have to admit this whole thing's pretty out there. But from where I'm sitting, at least there's a silver lining to cameron's sudden resurrection.
Michael: If he's not dead, you're not guilty of committing murder.
Sharon: Oh, gee, I wish I could take some comfort in that. Unfortunately, I can'T.
Michael: Why not? I would have thought this would be the answer to your prayers.
Sharon: How can you say that to me? You know exactly what that guy put me through.
Michael: Oh, if you ask me, you gave as good as you got. No harm, no foul.
Sharon: So you expect me to just go on living with cameron around as if nothing happened, when any time of the day or night he could cause my whole world to come...
Sharon: Crashing down around me by opening his mouth.
Michael: Wait, what does he have to gain from that? Ask yourself, sharon. Why would he offer to save nick's career if he has the perfect opportunity to get revenge on you for what you did, or what you tried to do, anyway?
Sharon: I don't know. T t I am not the only one with a bad taste in my mouth where he's concerned. Nicholas is a little more than suspicious of him, too. That's why I called you over here. Nicholas is gonna be home soon.
Michael: What do you expect me to do?
Sharon: Well, I've decided I'm gonna take your advice. Michael, I'm gonna just tell him the truth.
Michael: Oh, what?! What, no! See, no, you're not gonna do that, no!
Sharon: Hello?! Aren't you the one who's been telling me all along that's what I have to do?!
Michael: No, no! I told you to tell him then, not now! I gotta say, your timing is less than impeccable, sharon.
Sharon: What? Michael, please. I need you to help me out with this.
Michael: How? You know, the last time I looked at my door, the sign said, "attorney," not "marriage counselor."
Sharon: Unfortunately, that's exactly the kind of help I'm going to need. I need to know where I'm gonna stand in a custody fight if nicholas decides to sue me for divorce. J be out in a minute.
Dru: Liv, I've been afraid to wash my hair, to brush it 'cause I'm afraid more will fall out.
Olivia: Honey, I know this is easy for me to say, but you've gotta stay positive.
Dru: I'm trying, okay? I'm trying. It's eher laugh or cry, and I've been doing way too much of the latter lately.
Olivia: Has neil been supportive?
Dru: Yeah. He's been great, but, honey, I don't think any man can truly understand what a woman goes through when she loses her hair.
Olivia: Well, more men than women go through this. They have to face it at--
Dru: It's different for a woman. You know? It's socially unacceptable for us to lose our hair. Our hair is attached to our sex appeal, our beauty.
Olivia: Wait, wait, wait. Is that how you feel, that you're less of a woman because of this?
Olivia: Well, that's surprising.
Olivia: Dru, come here.
Dru: Why, why?
Olivia: Because I've always admired your self-assuredness, your cocky "here I am, take it or leave it" attitude. I wish I had more of that myself. You're just so confident.
>>Dru: My confidence is bruis, liv. I'm afraid to leave the apartment for fear that someone would notice my hair loss.
Olivia: Oh, honey. I have a feeling this is not permanent.
Dru: I hope you're right. You know, I always thought of you as the smart one and that any luck that I've had had to do with, you know, looks or luck.
Olivia: Hey, don't sell yourself short. You've got a brain, too. And you know what? Even if you were bald, you are gorgeous. You'll always be gorgeous.
Dru: That remains to be seen, liv.
Olivia: Honey, you're more than a pretty face and some strands of hair. You're courageous. You got spunk. And you're a terrific wife and mother and sister. You're an awesome package.
Dru: Thanks, I suppose.
Olivia: No "I suppose." It's the truth.
Dru: I can't believe I'm standing here talking about my hair. Here you are a cancer survivor. I'm sorry, liv. I just don't--
Olivia: Now, shh. Hey, come on. You know what? When I was sick, you were there for me. You were.
Dru: Was I?
Olivia: Mm-hmm. And you know what? I'm gonna be here for you. You gotta be brave. I mean, think about it. We've been through worse tragedies than this and survived. We're gonna beat this. We are--together. It's gonna be okay.
Jack: It's bad enough we're hemorrhaging money all day, every day. Last thing we need is somebody pulling us down from the inside.
Diane: Well, unfortunately, I think damon has a history of this. I mean, look at how this project got started, jack. He got an idea from an old girlfriend, and then--
Jack: And then he cut her out of it completely.
Diane: Without the slightest twinge. What does that tell you?
Jack: More than I care to admit. It appears mr. Porter has pulled the wool over my eyes, too-- in more ways than one.
Diane: Well, you're not the only one. He fooled a lot of us. He fooled me.
Jack: Kept pushing this thing, saying it was the discovery that would save jabot.
Diane: And now you have an expensive, potentially dangerous flop.
Jack: Yeah, maybe that's a good thing. Who knows what he would have done if it had been a success? Probably sold it to the highest bidder.
Diane: So what are you going to do? You can't just let this slide.
Damon: Baby, I think you're giving this whole thing more attention than it really deserves.
Phyllis: I'm smelling a rat, a rat of epic proportions here, okay? So excuse me if I just don't open the window and ignore the rotting carcass just lying in the middle of our rug. Yes, I know. I'm very funny, aren't I?
Damon: Yeah, yeah, you are. I can't see how diane coming on to me this much could be worth all this fuss.
Phyllis: Why come on to you at all, hmm? Doesn't add up.
Damon: Her focus should be elsewhere.
Phyllis: Yeah, and it has been elsewhere, believe me. We're a couple, okay? So by all rights, diane should be ecstatic. She has clear shot at jack, finally.
Damon: Phyllis, there could be a dozen reasons why she didn't want to open that door just now.
Phyllis: So instead she comes on to my man?
Damon: Well, yeah, I guess so. Look, I know how the two y'all like to rile one another.
Phyllis: I n't care about riling diane. I don't care about that, okay? I mean, she had to realize... listen, she... what if-- let's just say for giggles, okay? What if she succeeded? What if she got you in bed, and I walked in?
Damon: But that would--
Phyllis: No, and I know, of course, you'd turn her down flat. I know that, right?
Phyllis: But why take the chance of humiliating herself and cutting off all her chances to get jack back?
Damon: And you think meddling in our relationship would be worth all that?
Phyllis: Oh, yeah. Yeah. To see me flipped out, you better believe it. Be out in a minute.
Victor: So you think I'm in over my head.
Nick: Yeah, I do. And besides, even if somebody did want to come and work with you, you'd be just like you are at newman enterprises-- everything would have to be your way. There wouldn't be any room for someone to have any ideas or suggestions of their own.
Victor: Well, what if, you know, I made someone an equal partner?
Nick: You would?
Victor: Yeah. How about it?
Victor: I mean, it's not gonna be boring around here, I promise you that.
Nick: I guess we could give it a shot.
Victor: You mean it?
Nick: Do you mean it?
Victor: Equal partners means equal.
Nick: Okay. You got a deal.
Victor: All right.
Nick: We'll talk more about this later.
Sharon: What chance would I have of keeping my kids if the worst happened with nick?
Michael: I'd have to say not good.
Sharon: Why? Because I had some 1-nighter with a guy who I ultimately loathe? I mean, that's hardly a crime.
Michael: Yeah, it's not good judgment, to say the least. That's what the other side will argue, and a judge may very well agree.
Sharon: You seem pretty sure about that.
Michael: The issue of character is bound to come up, not to mention any legal issues that might arise from cameron deciding to come forward at that moment.
Sharon: Oh, god. I hadn't even thought about that.
Michael: Look, even if he can't press charges, sworn accusations of assault, maybe even attempted murder-- they're impossible to prove, put it won't impress the court much. Well, not favorably.
Sharon: You're really enjoying this, aren't you?
Michael: No, no! I'm just being rlilistic. And then, of course, there's tampering with a crime scene, obstruction of justice, moving a body, you know, felonies? How do you think they'll play?
Sharon: So this is your way of saying you told me so.
Michael: No, this is my way of saying don't be an idiot. If you go to nick and tell him all about denver and the motel and all the rest of it, you must have a death wish. Is that what you have? (Telephone rings) (ring)
Nick: Hey, babe, it's me.
Sharon: Oh, nick, um... I've been expecting your call.
Nick: Hey, are you okay? You sound a little, uh, something.
Sharon: Um... everything's fine. When do you think you can be here?
Chris: So this investigator's log michael told you about...
Paul: It certainly gives fisher one heck of an alibi.
Danny: You're saying there's no way he could have wired that pole that electrocuted brittany, not even the night before?
Paul: Danny, what would the motive be? He was fired that morning.
Chris: And prior to that, whatever grudge he may have had against brittany would be fairly minor.
Paul: Chris, it's very compelling.
Chris: But we do have evidence, paul. We have physical evidence.
Paul: Yeah, yeah, I know, which you won't tell me about. I know, because you can'T. But what if michael is right? What if this evidence is questionable? Maybe it was planted by somebody connected with the lewis organization.
Chris: And that is for michaeto argue in court.
Paul: So you're still gonna prosecute?
Danny: Maybe I'm out of line for asking, but, chris, isn't this worth taking to your boss?
Paul: You know, isn't it better to find out now than to be blindsided? The case could be thrown out at trial.
Chris: I'm sure glenn will be touched by your concern. All right, look, I will admit this is the first time I feel that we have some real ammunition.
Paul: Oh, so you've had your doubts about fisher's guilt? Look, chris, how can you
not go to richards with this new evidence? I mean, reconsider bond at the very least. The kitrtried to commit suicide. I mean, obviously, he cannot handle being locked up.
Chris: All right.
Paul: You'll do it?
Chris: Go into the lion's den? For you, anything.
Paul: That's my girl.
Danny: Looks like the system works after all. + Pf 30 moisturizer
Diane: I assume you're going to fire him. Jack, it wouldn't be out of bounds.
Jack: Believe me, you're not suggesting anything I haven't considered a hundred times.
Diane: Oh, well, then what are you waiting for? You have every right to be furious with him. Damon porter promised you the moon and the stars, and when it didn't pan out, and you were going to dump the project, what did he do? He waltzed out the door with company property.
Jack: We don't know what he was gonna do with those vials.
Diane: Oh, come on. He was either going to sell them or go it alone.
Jack: I can't think of anything else he would have done with them.
Diane: Mnh-mnh. So are you ready to stop playing devil's advocate?
Jack: Yep, and my conscience is clear. I've wanted to do this for awhile now.
Diane: Then I guess you have your chance. Anyway, I, uh, I better go. I'll see you around.
Jack: Yeah, I'll see you around. Hey. Thank you for coming by. It means a lot.
Diane: You're welcome.
Phyllis: Don't look at me like I'm crazy, okay? I've been through this before. Diane jenkins obviously wants to break us up.
Damon: All right, in order to hurt you?
Phyllis: Yeah, of course. She lives for that. It makes perfect sense. I'm finally happy. It probably keeps her up at night. She's nuts. And don't "phyllis" me like I'm paranoid, okay?
Damon: You talk like the woman's evil personified.
Phyllis: She is. She's a freak. Don't turn your back on her. She'll stick the knife in so hard, you won't know what hit you.
Damon: I see.
Phyllis: Yeah, you see? I've been through this before, damon, okay? Don't underestimate her. She's nuts.
Damon: Yeah, why are you warning me of this?
Phyllis: Well, if you turned her down flat like you said you turned her down flat, right?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Well, she's, uh, well, you're probably next on her hit list.
Damon: Her hit list?
Phyllis: Uh-huh. She's probably sticking needles in her damon porter doll right now.
Damon: You know, now that you mention it, I do have this sharp, stabbing pain, and it'S...
Damon: Right here.
Phyllis: You make fun of me, but you know I'm right.
Damon: Even if the woman is a little miffed at me, what could diane jenkins possibly do to me?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. (Telephone rings)
Damon: I was gonna kiss you again, but... (ring)
Phyllis: You get the phone. (Ring)
Jack: Mr. Porter, any chance you were moseying on over this wayoday?
Damon: Well, as a matter of fact, I--
Jack: Half an hour. My office. Be here.
Nick: What a day. I'm glad to see you.
Nick: So you sounded a little strange on the phone. Are you okay?
Sharon: Um... we need to talk.
Nick: About what?
Sharon: It's important. It's extremely important. Something that I should have told you about a long time ago.
"the young and the restless"...
Victor: Fill the space in the rec center.
Boy: You can't make me do nothin'.
Glenn: Someone is messing with the facts here, christine. It's your job to find out who. Act like a prosecutor.
Damon: What's your point?
Jack: You're fired.
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