Wednesday Y&R Transcript 6/2/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/2/04 -- Canada, Thursday 6/3/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Sharon: Nick, I've told you the truth. And like I said, I-- I wouldn't blame you if you wanted me out of your life.

Nick: Sharon, I don't know how I feel.

Nick: Now I'm numb. I just know we have a big mess to handle.

Nick: So Baldwin said you should go to the police?

Sharon: Yeah, but that was awhile back now.

Nick: Right.

Sharon: And I couldn't go then.

Nick: Yeah, but it's a lot worse now.

Sharon: Nick, I'm sorry.

Nick: You do know that if you had just come to me in the first place, all this could have been avoided?

Sharon: I should have. I should've come to you. I should've told you about Cameron and about Denver right when he came into Genoa City, but... I was just so afraid of losing you.

Sharon: I mean, our marriage was finally back on track again and things were going really well for us. I had my family back. And then that man came to town.

Nick: But you didn't have enough confidence in us to tell me, even when he started coming on to you.

Sharon: I know what a fool I've been.

Nick: Yeah, well, your regrets don't solve any of our problems, Sharon. The question is, what do we do now? How do we handle this?

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Grace: If I'd had any idea meeting Michael would have put you in this mood, I wouldn't have allowed him to sit down.

Cameron: Maybe you put me there. You ever think of that?

Grace: Oh, and I have no right to be furious with you.

Cameron: Well, I suggest you get over it. It's not productive. All right... this Baldwin, who is he to you?

Grace: Why, you jealous?

Cameron: Were you two ever...

Grace: Involved? Briefly. A long time ago.

Cameron: So you know him pretty well.

Grace: Just what are you asking me, Cameron?

Cameron: I want you to tell me everything that you know about him. Don't leave anything out.

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Paul: So, Hank, what's the scoop with Kevin Fisher? I'm sure you're familiar with the activity log placing him at home at the time Brittany Hodges was injured.

Hank: Yeah, I did, and it didn't hold up. It isn't worth the paper it was written on.

Paul: What are you talking about?

Chris: How is that possible?

Hank: Hello, Christine. Surprised to see you here.

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Kevin: So, Stumpy, did you always know you were crazy?

Kevin: Okay, don't answer that.

Michael: Hi, Kevin.

Kevin: Wait a minute. Do we know you? You're not our brother, are you?

Michael: Get up. I need to talk to you.

Kevin: Hold that... thought, Stumpy.

Michael: What you did--hmm, lighting yourself on fire-- that was the most completely idiotic thing I've ever seen in my life. Now I'm not playing with you. Do you realize you could've killed yourself or been permanently scarred, like the girl that you're accused of attacking, like that?

Kevin: Yeah. Well, none of that bad stuff happened, Michael.

Michael: I'm telling you, little brother, what you did was stupid and dangerous. You took a huge gamble, and it could've cost you big time, and it still might.

Kevin: Hmm, I don't think so. I've got it made here.

Michael: You are being an ass. I need you to understand that all this is a bad idea.

Kevin: Yeah, well, sometimes bad ideas pay off.

Michael: You know, it's so completely unnecessary.

Kevin: How could you possibly say that?

Michael: I'll tell you why I can say that--

Stumpy: Hey! I thought we were playing cards.

Kevin: Oh, put a sock in it, Stumpy. All right, Stumpy, I'd like you to meet Michael. Michael, say hi to Stumpy.

Michael: Hello, Mr. Stumpy.

Kevin: No, don't! Don't touch.

Michael: If you'll excuse us, Mr. Stumpy, I really need to talk to my brother.

Kevin: (Sinister laugh) ha, Stumpy! I got all your cards now, buddy. I got all of them right here. You're outta here! Strike three! Hit the showers! Great guy. He's a little high strung. He has a thing with clowns.

Michael: Shut up, shut up. We need to talk.

Kevin: The nurse is still here, okay? So just play along. What do you say, guys, can we let him in on our game? I think he can play. No, don't sit there! Donít. (Whispers) go ahead. (Normal voice) and she's gone. So talk to me, goose. How's life in the real world?

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Nikki: Well, there you are. I've been looking all over for you.

Victor: Hi, sweetheart. I've been here ever since I got back from the rec center. I'm trying to figure out how to fit a pool into this. It's gonna be very tough if I want everything else in here.

Nikki: A pool.

Victor: Yeah.

Nikki: Can I see?

Victor: Sure.

Nikki: Wow. Wow!

Victor: Yeah.

Nikki: I think you are letting your ambitions run away with you.

Victor: My darling, I love it. I'm putting my heart and soul into this.

Nikki: Well, of course, I know you are, but this was a pretty elaborate plan to begin with.

Victor: So what?

Nikki: Well, it is a pretty tough neighborhood, to say the least. Probably filled with people who are not very receptive to somebody like you coming in wanting to change everything.

Victor: I don't care if it's a tough neighborhood. I'll just try to convince people, that's all.

Nikki: I know. Wouldn't have been surprised, though, if you had come home today overwhelmed, but I see that you're making it even more challenging.

Victor: I just love it.

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Jill: Here. Are you feeling better?

Kay: No. I feel terrible.

Jill: Come on. You've been doing so well all day long. And I'll be right here with you until it's time to go to bed.

Kay: No, you know what? Why don't you just go upstairs, and I'll sit here by myself?

Jill: Oh, no you donít.

Kay: No, no.

Jill: The minute I leave the room, you'd be over at that bar.

Kay: Jill, you're not... you're not my keeper, you understand? You're my daughter, not my keeper.

Jill: Katherine, Katherine, that's what you need right now.

Kay: No, what I need right now is a drink, is a drink.

Jill: No, no, listen, listen to me. Think how proud everybody's gonna be of you, okay? All your friends--Nikki and Esther and Arthur and me--

Kay: Jill, I'm gonna be sick.

Jill: Katherine, you can do this.

Kay: I'm going to be sick.

Jill: You're not gonna be sick.

Kay: No, I cannot do this.

Jill: You've got to think positive. No, Katherine, sit down! Wait, wait, just wait. Oh, sweetie.

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Hank: I didn't realize you had an assistant D.A. In here with you, Williams.

Paul: Come on, Hank, you have a problem with that?

Hank: It's no problem. I'll be sending a report to your office in the morning anyway, Christine.

Chris: It's not my office anymore, Detective.

Hank: Oh, really?

Chris: No, I have a few details to attend to but, effective today, I am no longer an assistant district attorney. I resigned.

Paul: All right. Come on, let's hear it. How could that log not check out?

Hank: It just didnít.

Chris: That's all?

Hank: Eddie Praether backed off.

Paul: Are you kidding me? What, he said the log was inaccurate?

Hank: He said he wasn't ready to stand up in court and swear it was accurate. So as far as I'm concerned-- and I'm sure you'll agree, Christine-- that it pretty much kills it as evidence.

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Bobby: Ange, those electricians show up yet?

Angelo: No, you know, I haven't seen 'em.

Bobby: For the amount of money I spent on that thing...

Angelo: Yeah, well, maybe it's a sign.

Bobby: Very funny. Oh, the napkins are here.

Brittany: Hello.

Bobby: Hey.

Brittany: Is this ma lyn's?

Angelo: Yeah, Bobby decided to turn this into a Chinese restaurant instead.

Bobby: He's a regular comedian today. Look, the "r" and the "I," they burned out. So the guy's supposed to come down here and change the bulbs. They haven't showed up yet. He keeps it up, he's gonna change 'em.

Brittany: Well, I love the design. Marilynís. Wow.

Bobby: Yeah. Genoa City's newest can't-miss hot spot, featuring you.

Brittany: You still sure that's a good idea, Bobby?

Bobby: Absolutely. Why not?

Angelo: Yeah, look, I mean, you're the whole reason we're doin' this.

Bobby: Ange, don't start. Come on.

Angelo: I'm not.

Bobby: All right, let's hear it, what's wrong?

Brittany: I'm not sure. My dad talked to somebody that he knows at the police department. Apparently, new evidence has turned up that makes it look like Kevin Fisher couldn't possibly be the one who burned me.

Bobby: Then who did it?

Brittany: I don't know, and it's pretty scary. It makes me wonder if working here is a smart thing to do.

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Michael: Now let's not play cards, all right?

Kevin: The nurse will be back soon. If we don't have an activity, they make us go back to our rooms.

Michael: I'm your attorney. You have a right to talk to me. That'll be your activity.

Kevin: I'm playin' it safe. Pick up the cards, okay?

Michael: What about frick and frack here?

Kevin: He's sittin' this hand out.

Michael: Mm-hmm. So how you getting along?

Kevin: Sure beats the city lockup. Besides, I'm having some fun coming up with horrible stories to tell the psychiatrist.

Michael: Have any 6s?

Kevin: Go fish.

Michael: Well, don't bother with too many stories, Kev. You could be released at any moment.

Kevin: Released as in, "you can go home now"?

Michael: Yep.

Kevin: You're not just saying that?

Michael: Nope. Weber knows you're innocent.

Kevin: How did that happen? Wait, whoa, whoa, she's coming again. You know, you can't just barge in here and take over the entire game! That's not the way it works! Do you understand me?! (Scoffs) this guy comes in, and suddenly it's all about him. It's his game.

Nurse: Everything all right here, Mr. Fisher?

Kevin: We're fine. Yes, we all--all send our love.

Michael: We're just great, nurse, all of us. Just great.

Michael: You are so overdoing this. I can't believe you're getting away with it.

Kevin: You stick to legal stuff. I'll stick to the crazy stuff. So how does Weber know that I'm innocent?

Michael: You have Neil Winters to thank.

Kevin: Lily's dad?

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Kevin: The guy wants to see me executed.

Michael: Maybe, but he also hired a private detective to follow you.

Kevin: Whoa.

Michael: He wanted to make sure you stayed away from his little girl. Luckily, you were being trailed the day somebody tried to electrocute Brittany Hodges. Marsino fired you that morning.

Kevin: And the detective followed me home.

Michael: And according to their records, you stayed put. You didn't come out till night. So you were not in the club when Marsino's stage was being wired, and you were not in the club when Brittany Hodges was being burned.

Kevin: (Sighs) that's awesome. So when do I get to get out of this nut house? No offense.

Michael: Well, Weberís playing his song and dance, you know, checking the evidence, but it will check out. This P.I., he is a total pro.

Kevin: Well, how soon then?

Michael: Soon. Don't sweat it.

Kevin: I do sweat it, Mike. I want this whole nightmare to be over. I'm not going to believe it until I walk out of here a free man.

Mike: Kev, believe it.

Kevin: I canít. I've been burned too many times before. Don't even say it. So in the meantime, I'm gonna pretend I'm crazy to keep myself outta jail. And that's what I'm gonna do, so... let's stick with it. Do you have any 3s? I'll check. Oh, thank you.

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Victor: Not only am I not overwhelmed t this, I feel energized.

Nikki: I can see that. Just keep in mind that it's gonna take more than positive energy and big ideas to make this successful.

Victor: I know that. There was a little resistance.

Nikki: Oh, what happened?

Victor: The probation officer brought along one of the boys who apparently had been in juvenile detention at one time or another. He stood right up to me and said, "hey, man,I don't have to do a damn thing you tell me to."

Nikki: Really?

Victor: Well, he was right.

Nikki: So what did you do?

Victor: Once he realized I wasn't about to be intimidated nor waste my breath trying to convince him, he fell in line.

Nikki: Do some of those boys remind you of what you went through at that age?

Victor: Yeah. They're dealing with problems I spent a lifetime overcoming.

Nikki: Well, a lot of things have changed since you were in that orphanage.

Victor: Well, not really, though. Tell you one thing, if you grow up without family and without family support, chances of success are very slim indeed.

Nikki: Is that what you think you can offer these kids, family?

Victor: No. The most I can hope is to encourage them to make a living and raise a family, you know?

Victor: Talking about that, guess who came by and offered to work alongside me?

Nikki: Nicholas?

Victor: Mm-hmm, but in his inimitable fashion, making sure that I didn't get the wrong idea. He didn't want this to mean that the riff between us is healed.

Nikki: Well, so what? It was a positive first step.

Victor: I must say I didn't expect it to happen that soon.

Nikki: I did. Oh, thank God. Maybe now we can all heal.

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Nick: I cannot believe you got yourself into this mess. I don't know how to get you out of it!

Sharon: Well, that is why I could never come forward. Things just kept getting worse and worse, and the only person that I could talk to was...

Nick: Was who? Who were you gonna say? Oh, of course, my mother. That's who you were confiding in, all those little secret meetings.

Sharon: Nick, she was incredible. Nikki was a godsend, and I don't know how I would have gotten through this without her.

Nick: Oh, well, I guess I should thank her.

Sharon: She even went down to see the body with me.

Nick: Oh. All right, where is this body, Sharon?

Sharon: Larry Warton hid it down in the sewer.

Nick: You and my mother went to the sewer to see a body?

Sharon: Nick, it was incredibly disgusting. There were rats crawling everywhere. The stench was just... we almost didn't find it because the water had washed it further down, and then we did.

Nick: And you looked at it?

Sharon: It was wearing Cameron Kirstenís clothes that I am positive of. But the face, it was unrecognizable.

Nick: All right, Sharon, what we know is that whoever that body is, whatever clothes it's wearing, it is not Cameron Kirsten. So exactly what game is this bastard playing with you?

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Grace: He's a brilliant attorney.

Cameron: What kind?

Grace: I think he dabbles in several areas-- civil, corporate, criminal-- you name it.

Cameron: So he's a jack-of-all-trades, master of none?

Grace: Michael loves nothing better than when his opponents underestimate him.

Cameron: I see.

Grace: Lambs to the slaughter, that's how he'd look at it.

Cameron: What's his reputation?

Grace: He wins.

Cameron: Respected?

Grace: Put it this way, Michaelís the guy you get when you need a real bastard representing you.

Cameron: And he's proud of that, isn't he?

Grace: Say what you want about the man's ethics, he's as sharp as it gets, extremely cagey. Victor Newman wouldn't have hired him otherwise. But it kind of surprises me saint Sharon would give him the time of day.

Cameron: You really don't get what our problem is, do you?

Grace: What problem?

Cameron: If the guy is half as smart as you say he is, and he's close to Sharon, and he knows what happened on New Year's Eveó

Grace: You're worried he might start putting the pieces together.

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Kay: Come on, let... Jill, please.

Jill: No.

Kay: Jill, please, just let me go.

Jill: No!

Kay: Please.

Jill: You're gonna sit right here with me.

Kay: Can't you see I'm suffering?

Jill: Wait, wait, wait.

Kay: Please.

Jill: No, I have a test for you. I have a test for you. I know you're suffering. Did you think this was gonna be easy, Katherine? Shh, are you ready? I want you to answer a question for me, okay?

Kay: Oh.

Jill: Can you tell me that you can go without a drink for one more minute?

Kay: Probably, if I wanted to.

Jill: All right, you're gonna try it, 'cause I'm gonna time you.

Kay: Oh, lord, spare .. spare me, spare me.

Jill: Ready, start, go.

Kay: Spare me. Jill!

Jill: Do you remember... shh, shh, shh. Do you remember a few years ago when you had that breast cancer scare?

Kay: Well, it's hardly something one would forget.

Jill: You were terrified, right?

Kay: What's your point?

Jill: That was the first time in your whole life you turned to me for comfort. You leaned on me, Katherine. You didn't even know we were mother and daughter then.

Kay: Well, you helped me through a very, very, very difficult time, Jill.

Jill: Yes, I did. And you would have done the same for me, wouldn't you?

Kay: What are you getting at? What are you getting at?

Jill: What I'm getting at, Katherine, is that when the chips are down, we have always been there for one another.

Kay: So?

Jill: So that's what we're doing right now. I'm just helping you through one more difficult time, Katherine-. We're doing it together.

Kay: All right, that's really very, very sweet of you, but I don't--

Jill: Ah, ah, ah, it's one minute! It's one minute. You've just gone a whole minute without thinking about drinking.

Kay: Oh, but, I have a hundred jillion trillion minutes to go, and I'm over the hump, is that what it is?

Jill: Shh! One minute at a time, one day at a time.

Kay: I'll tell you what. How about if I'm... okay, how about if I make a resolution?

Jill: What kind of resolution?

Kay: I will definitely stop drinking on New Yearís Eve.

Jill: Oh, that's over six months away, Katherine.

Kay: Well, it'll give me time to adjust to the idea!

Jill: Oh, no, no, no, because New Yearís Eve would come and go, and then there'd be Groundhog day and then there'd be Lincolnís birthday and Saint Patrickís Day. You could prolong it forever.

Kay: Jill, please, God, I beg you, have... let me please have... just have... have some compassion. Please have some compassion.

Jill: There. It's almost two minutes. It's almost two minutes now.

Kay: I may look to you like I'm just fine on the outside, but on the inside my guts have the screaming heebie-jeebies, Ji..

Jill: I know, I know.

Kay: Oh, please!

Jill: Hang on, just hang on.

Kay: Oh, please. Oh, God, just... oh, this is going to be such a long, long night.

Jill: I know, I know. I know it will be, but we'll get through it, and I'm gonna be right here with you, for as long as it takes.

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Angelo: So what'd they do? They turn the fisher kid loose?

Brittany: I don't know. I haven't heard that he was out, but if they can't convict him, then who did it? Was it someone we know? Was it someone that you know that I don't know? Who?

Angelo: Hey, hey, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. What are you getting at? Are you making accusations?

Brittany: No.

Bobby: Ange, Ange, just chill out. Brittany's not the first person that wondered if it was someone from our side of the fence.

Brittany: I'm not?

Bobby: No. A lawyer was in here-- Michael Baldwin. He's also brother to the fisher kid. Anyways, he was in with this private detective Paul Williams. And they seemed to think that Fisher had nothing to do with it, but they didn't have any hard evidence. Still, they did a lot of finger-pointing in this direction.

Brittany: Well, that makes me really nervous, Bobby. I mean, what if it was someone who might do it again? How can I get up on stage and entertain people when I'm afraid for my life the whole time?

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Paul: Oh, no. Wait a doggone minute here. You're telling me that Eddie Praether wasn't ready to swear that his own activity log was accurate?

Hank: Not in a court of law.

Chris: That's what he does. He's spent his career testifying at trials.

Hank: Well, this time he isnít.

Paul: Did he tell you why? Did he think Kevin gave him the slip or outfoxed him or managed to sneak out of the apartment?

Hank: He said he might have dropped off to sleep. He just isn't sure.

Paul: I don't believe it.

Hank: It doesn't matter whether you do or not. We have other evidence, and it all points to young Mr. Fisher. Well, it's getting late. I thought it might be best if you knew about it in case anyone was trying to get the kid a new bail hearing.

Chris: As a matter of fact, that was tried with no avail.

Hank: Well, I'm sorry, folks. He's the guilty party. Listen, you folks have a good night.

Paul: Yeah, you, too.

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Kevin: Hey, no peeking! Go, go stand in the corner!

Michael: Will you stop that?

Kevin: That's what I keep telling him.

Michael: Look, Kevin, this is bulletproof. If Eddie Praether says that he has a record of your movements that day, you can take it to the bank.

Kevin: Mike, I don't want to get all pumped up about this. When they come here and tell me I can leave, that's when I'll believe it.

Michael: Okay, be careful, though. If you're too good at convincing them you're mentally ill, they'll keep you locked up just for that.

Kevin: So you really think this is gonna happen?

Michael: Kevin, it's like these cards. A king trumps a jack just like an ironclad alibi trumps little bits of circumstantial evidence. They have to let you go.

Kevin: You sure?

Michael: That's the way it works.

Kevin: Oh, man, you see, I knew this was gonna happen. I'm getting all excited about it now. "Danger, Will Robinson, danger!"

Michael: Oh, come on. Hey, Kevin, enjoy it. After everything you've been though, you should be able to enjoy something, huh? Well, I'm gonna hit the road. Ease up on the crazy stuff, all right?

Kevin: All right.

Michael: Gin.

Kevin: See you on the flip side. All right, guys, the name of the game is poker. Deuces and one-eyed jacks are wild... and I'm getting out of here.

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Cameron: That wouldn't be good for us, Grace, not at all.

Grace: You mean, if Michael figured out you and I were in this together?

Cameron: Yeah, yeah. I'm sure he'd buy Sharonís version of events over ours.

Grace: Her version of events makes her sound like a head case, which she is, thanks to our hard work.

Cameron: I really thought you were sharper than this. I truly did.

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Sharon: I saw Cameron after he miraculously returned from the dead, and he tried to pretend that I fantasized the whole thing, that I was delusional. And at first I almost believed him, that none of it even happened.

Nick: The guy's a sicko.

Sharon: Yes, Nick, he is.

Nick: What is he after?

Sharon: I don't know. None of it makes any sense to me.

Nick: You know, I always knew he had some kind of agenda. I just didn't know how diabolical. It makes sense he would want to disappear, because the S.E.C. was after him. He probably thought if the government ever caught up to him, they would put him away.

Sharon: But he came back.

Nick: That's the part that doesn't add up. He wanted everyone to think he was dead, especially you, but now everyone knows he's alive. I mean, what the hell is he up to?

Sharon: I wonder where he really was. You know, if he was here the whole time haunting me, maybe I never really had any real hallucinations.

Nick: That part's pretty obvious, Sharon. He was trying to drive you crazy.

Sharon: Well, I guess I should feel better that I'm not losing it, but why is he doing this to me?

Nick: That's a good question. Why?

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Nikki: I can't tell you how happy I am to see you like this.

Victor: I just haven't felt this passion about anything in a long time.

Nikki: It is amazing. I was certain you would come home in a bad mood tonight, angry and frustrated.

Victor: No, I feel alive, truly alive.

Nikki: And now Nicholas is back in the picture.

Victor: Ah, now he and I can go on arguing.

Nikki: Oh, don't say that.

Victor: Well, we seem to disagree on everything.

Nikki: It doesn't mean that it has to stay that way. I pray that it wonít.

Victor: Well, my darling, maybe your prayer will come true. Let me tell you something, your loyalty and your support of me have meant so much to me.

Nikki: I'm glad. You know, I wouldn't be the person I am without your love and strength and support.

Victor: Who would have known when I met you so many years ago, and you were a diamond in the rough, that you would shine so brightly?

Nikki: That's me. (Chuckles) I love you.

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Paul: This doesn't feel right, Chris.

Chris: You know Eddie Praether?

Paul: Of course I do. He's good. He's got a totally clean reputation. He's very professional.

Chris: Anyone can nod off during a stakeout, right?

Paul: Yeah, he's not supposed to, but even if he did, you know Eddie is the kind of guy that would say so from day one. He wouldn't hand over his log to Neil Winters, and then completely change his story to suit Weber. He just wouldn't do it.

Chris: You're saying he wouldn't, but he did.

Paul: Well, something new has entered the picture, something or someone.

Chris: Leaning on Eddie?

Paul: You know, if Michael and I are right, then whoever intentionally harmed Brittany Hodges, I'm willing to bet, is part of Bertolli Lewis' operation, and you know who he is. He's Bobby Marsino's investor. And when those people lean on you, I'm telling you, you are smart if you listen to them.

Chris: Do you think you could talk to Eddie about this?

Paul: I don't think it's gonna do any good. I mean, if he's lying to the cops, he's not gonna open up to me. And all this evidence could have been manufactured and planted. I'm just not sure what my next step should be.

Chris: Listen, it's been kind of a long day for me. If you don't mind, can we talk in the morning? Maybe one of us can dream up a solution.

Paul: Oh, you're an optimist.

Chris: Oh, and don't forget, an unemployed optimist.

Paul: Congratulations.

Chris: Thanks. I'll see ya.

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Bobby: All right, come on, Brittany. You know that I would never let anybody hurt you again, not here or anywhere else.

Brittany: That's a pretty big statement, Bobby.

Bobby: Yeah, well...

Brittany: I know you mean it, but...

Angelo: Before we go worrying about things that don't exist, let's look at the other side of the coin. Now this Baldwin character, this lawyer, now he wants to get his kid brother off so bad, who says he ain't making up evidence? You ever think of that?

Bobby: That may be, but we're not exactly that popular with the cops, so what's to keep them from taking their word over ours?

Angelo: Well, maybe they will. Maybe they'll cut the fisher kid loose. I know what know, Bobby, and we're clean. Lookit, they can search this place every day for a month, ask all the questions they want. They ain't gonna find anything.

Bobby: They better not.

Angelo: What are you... are you hard of hearing? I just said it.

Bobby: I'm just saying that you better be right, because if anything happens to Brittany, if anybody even touches a little fingernail on her, I'm gonna kill him. Do you understand that?

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Kay: I appreciate your staying with me and holding my hand, so to speak.

Jill: It kind of feels nice to be needed.

Kay: You know, after everything I've done to push you away, I really couldn't blame you if you never wanted anything to do with me anymore.

Jill: Oh, mother, I kind of understand what you're going through. I mean, I went through it not very long ago.

Kay: But your problem with alcohol can't even be compared to mine.

Jill: No, I know it canít. It's just that, if you hadn't showed me where I was headed, who knows how bad it...

Kay: Jill, Jill, I really don't feel well. I donít. I would love to have a drink.

Jill: Katherine, do you remember that song?

Kay: I just need... I need one drink. That's all.

Jill: That song that you used to sing?

Kay: What song are you talking about?

Jill: The song about "I'm gonna live till I die." Come on, it'll cheer you up. We'll do it together.

I'm gonna live till I die

I'm gonna laugh

instead of cry

Kay: I'm gonna...

Jill: I'm gonna what?

Kay: I'm gonna

take this town

Jill: And turn it

upside down

Kay: Turn it upside down

Jill: I'm gonna live

live, live until I die...

Kay: That's it, that's it.

Jill: Ain't gonna

miss a thing

I'm gonna have my fling

Kay: I'm gonna live

Jill: Live

Kay: Live, live, live

until I die

Jill: I'm gonna dance

I'm gonna fly

Kay: Take a chance

ridin' high

before my number's up

I'm gonna fill my

Jill: My cup

I'm gonna live... come on, Katherine.

I'm gonna live, live, live

until I die

Kay: Jill, Jill, no. No, it's no use, Jill.

Jill: Please, don't!

Kay: No, it's no use!

Jill: Don't give up now!

Kay: I can't do it! I can't! Don't you know I hate myself for such a weakness?

Jill: You were doing so well.

Kay: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, I wasnít. I was fooling myself!

Kay: Come on, Jill. Just go away, please. God, I... I can't bear having you see me this way.

Kay: Oh, God.

Jill: No, I'm not going anywhere. I'm gonna stay right here with you, Mother.

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Grace: Cameron, would you please stop making this sound so dire? So what if Michael believes Sharonís wacko story? All that'll tell him is she's an idiot who can't tell if a person's dead or just unconscious.

Cameron: And we have no way of knowing what he has seen with his own eyes, do we? And if he's half as smart as you say he is, this isn't done.

Grace: Baby, baby, baby, it's late. Could we table this, please? If we both get our minds off all these complications, we'll be able to think a lot more clearly.

Cameron: Don't, Grace.

Grace: Baby, relax. We're finally alone. Let me take some of the pressure off.

Cameron: I said no.

Grace: You know why you're so uptight, don't you?

Cameron: 'Cause you can't take a hint. I'm gonna go take a shower, and, no, I don't need you to scrub my back.

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Sharon: Nick, I really appreciate the attitude you're taking.

Nick: What attitude is that?

Sharon: Well that you haven't walked out. I hope that means that you believe me that everything I did was because of you, because of how much I love you and our family.

Nick: You lied to me. You lied to our family, to the police. You're moving around dead bodies. You got my mother involved. You confided in Larry Warton and Michael Baldwin. You never once came to me, your husband, the one person that you should trust more than anyone. I'm supposed to be your protector, but you never gave me a chance. What does that say about us, about our relationship? Do you think I would have allowed this to happen if I knew what Cameron was up to? You lied to me over and over again. You were so determined to keep this from me... you almost literally drove yourself crazy because you had such little faith in me.

Sharon: No, Nick, no, that is not the reason.

Nick: That's the way it looks to me.

Sharon: So what are you saying then, that it's over for us?

Nick: I don't know about us. I just know we need answers. I'm gonna find out what the hell this punk is up to. I'm taking a walk.

Sharon: Nick, are you leaving?

Nick: I'll be back.

Sharon: To stay?

Nick: Don't push me.

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Kevin: Don't you want to apologize?

Hank: For what?

Victor: You meddle in my family, you're making a serious mistake, one I'll make sure you regret.

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