Tuesday Y&R Transcript 7/20/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 7/20/04--Canada; Wednesday 7/21/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

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Sharon: Okay, Nick, I'm ready to hear this idea of yours. What is it?

Nick: Well, I shouldn't have said "idea," because that sounds like I have a plan.

Sharon: Okay. Well, that's a start. Tell me. Honey?

Nick: We're never gonna beat Cameron at his own game.

Sharon: What do you mean?

Nick: Just look at all the evidence that's been planted--the fact that it's Frank Barrittís body that your name was apparently written in blood on that sheet. It's a bulletproof setup. We're not gonna be able to convince Detective Weber to go after this guy with rubber hoses and beat the truth out of him.

Sharon: So we take another approach?

Nick: Yeah. You don't really think that Cameronís ultimate goal was to see you locked up in jail, do you?

Sharon: Nick, you just said that he framed me so carefully. How could it not have been?

Nick: Because he's a smart guy. I mean, let's say this whole plan of his was cooked up on the fly. That night, when you hit him over the head with the champagne bottle and left him for dead out by the dumpster, this whole chain of events started because he's obsessed with you-- not with destroying you, but having you, possessing you.


Victor: See you later.

Nikki: Victor, no, please don't go.

Victor: Why wouldn't I go? Everyone in this family seems determined to shut me out.

Nikki: No, we arenít.

Victor: Then why won't you tell me why Sharon has been arrested for murder, for heaven's sake?

Nikki: All right, but you have to understand, she didn't commit this crime.

Victor: Of course she didn't commit this crime. It's preposterous. Who did?

Nikki: We believe it was Cameron Kirsten.


Phyllis: Ohh. It's killin' me. It's killin' me. (Laughs)

Damon: All right, darling, I'll bite. What?

Phyllis: What do you think? Working with Drucilla Winters.

Damon: Oh. Have you considered the alternative?

Phyllis: Uh, Neil firing her? Yeah, I consider it every day.

Damon: You know that's not what I'm talking about.

Phyllis: Are you talking about Neil firing me? It's not gonna happen, because he realizes how much Newman Enterprises needs me.

Damon: Oh, is that right?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Damon: Well, just how much do you need them?

Phyllis: Hey. Hey, hey, hey. I'm not quitting my job. You know my job is very important to me.

Damon: Ah. Well, then I suggest you learn to live with Drucilla Winters as part of the equation.

Phyllis: Hey, I thought you were on my side.

Damon: All right, then. Let's talk about what's really on your mind.

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Damon: I mean your son Daniel. You know he's ready to move out.

Phyllis: He didn't exactly say that.

Damon: In so many words, he did exactly say that.

Phyllis: No, no. It's not a done deal.

Damon: Baby, you're gonna have to make a decision-- either you and that boy go out and find an apartment together, or he goes out and finds one on his own, but I don't see a third alternative.


Lauren: So thank you for squeezing me in for a lemonade.

Michael: I don't leave for a few hours yet.

Lauren: Yeah? Where's your depo?

Michael: In Racine. I'll be home tomorrow-- or should I say, I'll come back to whatever's left of it.

Lauren: That's right. You have houseguests.

Michael: That's a polite term for it.

Lauren: Problems?

Michael: No, just the usual roving gangs of lynch mobs hanging outside my door at all hours.

Lauren: Oh, come on. It's not that bad.

Michael: You're right. It's worse. Ah, yes, all manner of social pariah are welcome at Chez Baldwin.

Lauren: Poor Kevin.

Michael: Yeah. You haven't even met Gloria yet.

Lauren: And let's save your mother for another time, shall we?

Michael: That's a good idea. That subject calls for a much stronger drink.

Lauren: So how is Kevin, now that all of his problems are behind him?


Gloria: Nah.

Gloria: Mmm. Hmm. Had a nice date. (Door opening)

Gloria: Oh, G... oh! Thank goodness. I thought you might be Michael. We both know how he feels about messing up the place.

Kevin: And what's all this, then? Did your suitcase explode?

Gloria: Baby, which one of these dresses says "first date" to you?

Kevin: You have a date?

Gloria: Yup! Looks like your old mom hasn't lost her touch.

Kevin: Wait a second. When--how did this happen?

Gloria: Well, after we had breakfast yesterday at the club, you left. There he was.

Kevin: Oh, a real sitting duck, huh??

Gloria: Kevin!

Kevin: Sorry. Couldn't resist.

Gloria: Anyway, he's a total catch-- classy, handsome--

Kevin: Loaded, or else you wouldn't be interested.

Gloria: Well, as a matter of fact, he is, now that you mention it. He owns his own business, one with a job for you if you play your cards right.

Kevin: You asked him for a job for me?

Gloria: Well, give me a little time, honey. We just met, after all. Although he did ask me out for dinner tonight, so who knows where it could lead?

Kevin: All right. So who is this guy? Does he have a name?

Gloria: Mm-hmm. John Abbott. The John Abbott. Your mama done good, huh, baby? Kevin--your hair! That's adorable. I love this cut.


Phyllis: What do you mean, "there's no alternative"? Of course there's an alternative.

Damon: I'm all ears.

Phyllis: Well, all right, how about this-- we all live together as one happy family under the same roof? Did you ever think of that?

Damon: You know I have. You also know it's definitely not what Daniel wants.

Phyllis: Well, we won't know if we don't try.

Damon: Phyllis, that child has an opportunity to really know his mother for the first time since he was very young. It's understandable that he would want you all to himself if even for a little while.

Phyllis: If I didn't know any better, I would think that you--you want me to leave.

Damon: You're being silly.

Phyllis: Am I? I mean, I have two of the most important men in my life living under one roof, and you're asking me to make a choice.

Damon: No. All I'm saying is, you have been dealt certain cards, and you're just gonna have to play the hand, that's all.

Phyllis: I don't have to play the hand. This isn't a game. I mean, it's not between losing my son or losing you.

Damon: Who's talking about losing anybody? I'm not going anywhere, and I never said anything about giving you up, either. Why can't you just accept the change in your life and stop acting like it-- why you want to put an end to everything?

Phyllis: Well, that's not what I'm doing. It's easier said than done.

Damon: You know, we have tried this under-one-roof thing. We have. We have tried that. And you do have to admit that the chemistry between Daniel and myself, it's just not that stellar.

Phyllis: No, no, no. If that's the problem, then give that time.

Damon: I think that there is a fact that we have to face, and it--the three of us playing house is A.. Phyllis, it doesn't work.


Lorena: Have you talked with your husband?

Dru: Yes, I have, Ms. Davis.

Lorena: And he's agreed? He wants Devon to live with you?

Dru: Ms. Davis, we understand that you believe that Devon belongs here in Genoa City, and as you know, I've been looking for a place for him, too. I'm confident that something will open up, but until that happens, we'd like to have him in our home.

Lorena: I'm just not sure about this.

Dru: Would that be because Neil and I aren't approved foster parents yet?

Lorena: Normally, that would be an issue, but we do make exceptions for emergency situations.

Dru: Well, would this qualify as an emergency?

Lorena: Mrs. Winters, there is a bed waiting for Devon in Green Bay.

Dru: Ms. Davis, there's a bed waiting for him in my home.

Lorena: Okay. But there are formalities-- a background check, home visit--

Dru: Yes, of course. Of course, yes.

Lorena: Now taking in a 16-year-old boy, that is a huge commitment, especially a boy like Devon. He is going to need a great deal of guidance.

Dru: I believe I understand that.

Lorena: But does your husband? Because without his support, I'm afraid this whole--

Dru: No, I believe we have his support. He is on board, I assure you, absolutely.

Neil: On board with what?


Devon: Wonder what's taking Miss Davis so long?

Lily: Are you in a hurry to get to Green Bay all of a sudden?

Devon: No, I just don't like waiting around. God, I wonder what your mom wanted to talk to her about?

Lily: Well, I told you what I think.

Devon: Oh, yeah. Think she found a place for me to stay.

Lily: She was on the phone all morning.

Devon: If my social worker couldn't find anything, how could your mom?

Lily: You'd be surprised. She has connections everywhere. Come on, you have to admit she can be pretty cool-- like how she helped cover for you when you stole that wallet. How many people would have done that?

Devon: She's all right, I guess. Unless... oh, man. You don't think that...

Lily: What?

Devon: What if she's telling Miss Davis about that right now?

Lily: I'm sure that is not the case.

Devon: Great.

Lily: What?

Devon: Your dad is here.

Lily: What? When did he get here?

Devon: I don't know, but how much you wanna bet the cops are next?


Dru: Uh, Neil, I would like you to meet Devonís social worker Lorena Davis. Ms. Davis, this is my husband Neil winters.

Lorena: Mr. Winters.

Neil: Nice to meet you.

Dru: Sweetheart, what are you doing here?

Neil: Well, I wanted to take you out to get a bite to eat. Your secretary told me you were gonna be here.

Dru: Yeah.

Neil: So what's going on?

Dru: Well, I thought I'd stop by and talk to Ms. Davis.

Neil: Ah. Did you find someone to take Devon?

Dru: No, not yet, but we're working on it.

Neil: Isn't he leaving today?

Lorena: He was, but then your wife told me about your proposal.

Dru: And we're still on board with that proposal. We'll take Devon on temporarily until you find him a permanent home.

Neil: Drucilla, you want to run that by me again?

Dru: Well, I know you had concerns, but Ms. Davis believes that Devon should be here in Genoa City. Isn't that right, Ms. Davis?

Lorena: I feel that would be best for him, yes.

Dru: And that there will be a permanent home found, but she needs a little more time.

Neil: Ms. Davis, can I ask you a question? What about Green Bay?

Dru: Oh, that would be all wrong for Devon. No. He'd have to start over, make new friends. This is where his community is, where his connections are.

Neil: Mm-hmm.

Dru: You know, it'd be vitally important for him to stay here, a boy that age.

Neil: Hey, uh, Drucilla?

Dru: Yeah?

Neil: Can I speak with you for a minute alone?

Dru: Yes, honey.

Lorena: Is there a problem?

Dru: No problem. No problem. We'll be right back.


Lily: Would you relax?

Devon: Listen, I can't get arrested, Lily, all right? I canít.

Lily: Shh! You are not gonna get arrested, okay? Chill out! Wait, where are you going?

Devon: I don't know, but I'm not staying here.

Lily: No, Devon. Stop.

Devon: Get out of my way, all right?

Lily: No, I will not. You are being ridiculous.

Devon: You know, that is real easy for you to say. You're not the one with the record. One more strike, and they're sending me back to juvie.

Lily: Listen to me, okay? My mom gave that money back weeks ago. The cops didn't give her a hard time. She didn't even tell them your name.

Devon: Are you sure about that?

Lily: Yes, I am positive.

Devon: How do I know you're not lying to me right now?

Lily: We're friends, right? Friends don't lie to each other.

Devon: Okay.


Victor: Let me get this straight. You're telling me that Cameron Kirsten tried to rape Sharon. She hits him over the head, thinks she's killed him and hides his body. And a few weeks later, she comes back for it?

Nikki: That's right.

Victor: And then she starts asking you and Larry Warton and Michael Baldwin for help.


Sharon: Oh!

Nikki: It was a very unpleasant evening.

Sharon: Oh, God.

Nikki: Oh, Sharon, the smell!

Sharon: I know.

Nikki: (Coughs) it's disgusting. Oh! Ohh! (Screams)

Sharon: Whoa. Has to be here.

Nikki: How do you know that? (Gasps) oh! Oh!

Sharon: (Shrieks)

Nikki: Sharon! Sharon!


Victor: And then one day, the man you all thought was a corpse shows up for brunch, and Nick finds out about it?

Nikki: Yes.

Victor: This is the most bizarre story I've ever heard.

Nikki: I know. Now do you understand why things have been so tense?

Victor: And you think this is all a plot conceived of by Cameron Kirsten?

Nikki: Absolutely.

Victor: This is mind-boggling. I think I'm gonna have to pay that man a visit.

Nikki: No, Victor, don't do that.

Victor: Sweetheart, no one does this to my family and gets away with it.

Nikki: If you go after this guy, you'll destroy any chance that Sharon has of getting out of this. You don't want to do that.

Victor: No one does this to my family.


Sharon: I mean, of course, at some point, Cameron wanted me. I'm not proud of that fact, but I could testify to it.

Nick: Look, I'm not just talking about some guy wanting a hot chick in a bar. Sharon, look at all the crimes he has committed, everything he has done to try and ruin your life.

Sharon: Nick, I don't mean to be dense, but how does that mean that he wants... oh, I see what you're saying. He lured me to that motel, but I didn't want him to touch me. I fought back.

Nick: Because he knew he was never going to possess you.

Sharon: I don't know how he could have ever thought he was.

Nick: That's what makes him crazy, Sharon. His drive, his ambition-- look what they've done for him. But somehow, he became delusional. He started to think that he can have whatever he wants, no matter what it is, if he uses enough power or whatever.

Sharon: And when he realized that wasn't gonna happen...

Nick: He knew he had to destroy you, because you were living proof that he can't have whatever he wants. Not every woman thinks he's the most desirable man in the world. That is his Achilles heel, and that is what we are gonna use to get him.

Sharon: So what are you saying, Nick? Am I supposed to seduce this man? Is that your plan?


Michael: Is that why you invited me here for a nice, ice-cold glass of lemonade-- to check up on my brother?

Lauren: Would it surprise you if I said yes?

Michael: No, not at all. If anyone else gives a damn about my poor brother besides me, it's you.

Lauren: So honestly, how's he doing?

Michael: He needs help, Lauren. He needs serious help.

Lauren: You mean therapy?

Michael: Yeah. Neil Winters has been breathing down my neck to make it happen, and if it doesn't, he says he will keep harassing the poor kid till his dying day.

Lauren: With what he did to Lily, I--

Michael: What he allegedly did to Lily.

Lauren: Hello? Excuse me. Remember me, the one that your brother confessed to?

Michael: I take it you agree, then.

Lauren: Wholeheartedly.

Michael: Which makes the vote for therapy about a billion, not for therapy, two.

Lauren: And so who is the other holdout, besides Kevin, I assume?

Michael: Our beloved Gloria, that well-known expert in motivational psychology. I tell you, Lauren, that woman's influence is toxic.

Lauren: Well, it certainly seems that she is hurting far more than she's helping.


Kevin: John Abbott--that's who you're going out with?

Gloria: Yeah. Why, do you know him? Oh, of course you do. Everybody in this town knows John Abbott. He owns Jabot Cosmetics. He's a real big shot.

Kevin: Mom, what you were saying a minute ago about a job for me? I--

Gloria: Kevin, be patient. I can't go sticking my hand out for favors yet.

Kevin: No.

Gloria: Give me a chance to work my magic.

Kevin: No, no. That's not what I mean. Just don't--don't ask him for a job for me, not now, not ever.

Gloria: Why on earth not?

Kevin: Because look, I keep telling you there's a lot of people in this town who have it in for me, John Abbott is one of them.

Gloria: Why? What did you ever do to him?

Kevin: Nothing.

Gloria: Well, then why doesn't he like you?

Kevin: I don't want to get into it, all right? Please?

Gloria: Kevin, this date is important to me. It could be important to my future, our future. I need to know what I'm up against. What? Come on!

Kevin: All right. Um, look, there was some stuff that went down last year with his granddaughter, okay? The Abbotts still blame me for it, even though there isn't any proof.

Gloria: Blame you? For what, Kevin? What?

Kevin: You know everything you need to.

Gloria: Were you dating the girl?

Kevin: No, no. God, no. Look, you know what? I'm not gonna say anything else about this, all right? Just--if you're smart, when you're out with John Abbott or any of those people, you'll forget I exist.


Dru: Okay. Everything's set.

Lorena: Really?

Dru: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm. So how does this work? Do we take Devon with us now, or do we--

Lorena: No. Devon stays with me. There's still some paperwork you both need to sign. I also need to start the background check, so if you could both stop by my office later today?

Dru: That's not gonna be a problem, is it, honey?

Neil: No, that's fine.

Lorena: Then I'll see you both this afternoon.

Dru: Yes, you will. Thank you, Ms. Davis.

Lorena: Thank you.

Dru: We'll talk it over with the kids.

Lorena: All right.

Neil: Hey, listen to me. We're not through talking about this.

Dru: Neil, I know you're upset, but--

Neil: I am way past upset! I am freaking out here! Do you see me? How many times did we talk about this? Multiple times. You knew how I felt about taking Devon into our home.

Dru: It's temporary.

Neil: How long is temporary? What are we talking about? Are we talking about weeks, months, years--forever, maybe?

Dru: I don't know.

Neil: Well, you better figure it out, lady, okay, because it's a very bad I--

Lily: Hey, Mom.

Dru: Hi, honey.

Lily: Miss Davis said you wanted to see us.

Dru: Yes, yes. Come in. We have some news that we want to share with you.

Lily: What is it?

Dru: Okay, well, your father and I decided--

Neil: Your mother and I need a little bit of time alone. Can you do me a favor? Can you come to the house in about an hour or so? Will you do that please?

Lily: Yeah.

Neil: Thanks. Appreciate that. Come on. Let's talk.


Phyllis: Damon, I-- I don't want to leave you.

Damon: Leave me? You're not gonna leave me-- I I hope. I'm not going anywhere. This is just new living arrangements, that's all.

Phyllis: Yeah, I don't want to make those changes.

Damon: Well, I hear you. It's a scary thing-- life with a teenage boy you're just getting to know-- but you know, this is your son we're talking about, not some stranger with bad hygiene or something.

Phyllis: Right. That's fine. I mean, it's new.

Damon: Mm-hmm. That's a good thing, yeah?

Phyllis: Right. So you're okay with us moving out?

Damon: It's a good thing for all of us.

Phyllis: Why?

Damon: Truth? I could use a little time on my own.

Phyllis: Oh. Oh. So you don't want to see me.

Damon: Stop it. Stop it. I did not say that. I said I could use a little time on my own. You heard me. I got some things I need to straighten out.

Phyllis: Oh, right, right, right, right, right. Those things about your past that you don't want to talk to me about.

Damon: Yes, that's right.

Phyllis: Right. You know, I could help you with that.

Damon: We have had that conversation, and we have had it again. Now you know that's just someplace I have to go on my own. Now you are gonna have your hands full with your son.

Phyllis: So when do you want me to leave?

Damon: I don't want you to leave.

Damon: You move out of my apartment when you're ready. You are never, ever gonna move out of my heart.


Victor: So all this time, you and Sharon were in cahoots.

Nikki: She came to me when she needed help.

Victor: You should have told me.

Nikki: Well, Nicholas was adamant that you not become involved.

Victor: In other words, Cameron Kirsten is indirectly responsible for my son not showing up at the rec center to help out as he had promised.

Nikki: Well, he turned out to be a lot more dangerous than we ever expected.

Victor: Then I should have been told about this!

Nikki: I agree, but it wasn't my choice--

Victor: Am I not part of this family, for heaven's sake? Haven't I always done everything to protect all of us?

Nikki: Of course you have.

Victor: Well, then why the hell didn't you come to me? A crisis of this magnitude, and you didn't seek out my help?

Nikki: It wasn't my decision.

Victor: What were you thinking?


Nick: Babe, no, I don't want you to try and seduce Cameron Kirsten. I would never ask you to do that.

Sharon: No, I know you wouldnít. What I don't know is, are you sure about this, Nick? The guy has to have been turned down before. Nobody scores every time.

Nick: Things have changed in his life, you know? The S.E.C. investigation could be really pressuring him. He doesn't know what they're gonna find, and maybe this is what pushed him over the edge. Then again, I don't know. Maybe not.

Sharon: Okay. So I don't seduce him, but what if I'm just friendly with him? I let him know that I've suddenly decided I think he's okay. I mean, how much do you think it would take to get him to open up to me?

Nick: That depends on his delusion. You know, that's the big "x" factor is how crazy this guy really is.

Sharon: But if I can get him to talk to me--I could wear a recording device, and if I could get us some kind of confession out of him or some kind of slip-up that would lead to some evidence, something--

Nick: Babe, babe, listen to me. I'm gonna make this very clear. I do not want you going anywhere near this man, all right?

Sharon: Nick, I may be looking at spending the rest of my life in jail. What do I have to lose?


Dru: Neil, before you say anything--

Neil: No, no. I'm talking right now.

Dru: Let me just explain.

Neil: Thanks to you, we are responsible for the welfare of a teenage boy. Do you have any idea what a huge responsibility that is?

Dru: Yes, I do, and I think we can do this.

Neil: How are we gonna do it? How? We both have high-powered jobs, don't we? I mean, we barely have enough time to look after Lily, let alone keep a watchful eye over Devon.

Dru: We will manage. You won't even know he's here half the time anyway.

Neil: Ha ha ha ha! You must be joking.

Dru: No, he's a good kid.

Neil: He's a good kid. He's a good kid who steals. He's a good kid who stays out all night. He's a good kid who probably talks back.

Dru: That's because no one ever taught him the difference between right and wrong.

Neil: So you are going to instill those values, huh?

Dru: I will damn well try.

Neil: Come on, Dru, be sensible about this.

Dru: Why don't you try to be a little more sensitive?

Neil: Listen, I know how much you want to help this kid, okay? I think that's great. You of all people know what our family has been through this past year, and now we're gonna complicate matters by bringing in this juvenile delinquent into our lives?

Dru: Delinquent? What a terrible way to describe him.

Neil: Well, it's the truth. He's got some serious issues. He's got serious problems. He needs somebody who can help steer him along the right path.

Dru: And who are all these somebodies? I've been on the phone for hours. You know how many somebodies I came up with? Zero!

Neil: Well, that's why they have group homes.

Dru: Get out of town! There aren't enough foster families, okay? He doesn't belong in a group home. He's just gonna be another number!

Neil: Dru--

Dru: He needs to be loved, and nobody cares-- and know that he matters. All kids need that. I know that more than anybody. Yeah.


Michael: Gloria's convinced that all our little Kevie needs is a job. I guess that's based on the theory that, you know, if he's busy, he can't get into mischief.

Lauren: Yeah, well, he had a job before and that didn't stop him.

Michael: Try explaining that to Gloria. Meanwhile, she's saying exactly what Kevin wants to hear.

Lauren: Hmm. So naturally she's the one that he's listening to.

Michael: I spend a great deal of my time worrying about what will become of him.

Michael: I-I'm not even sure that therapy would be enough. Especially if he's just going through the motions and he doesn't really want to change or that, uh, he can't change. After everything he went through as a kid--you know, all the scars he's accumulated, all the terrible damage that was done to him-- does anyone ever truly recover from that? I mean, learn from it and move on, no matter if he wants to desperately? Sometimes, you know, I wonder about myself. You know, I grew up in that environment, too, you know? I certainly had my share of misadventures. I wasn't beaten, though. I wasn't beaten like Kevin was beaten, locked in a closet and told that I better not urinate or I better not make a sound or I better not try to escape or there'll be hell to pay. You know... it is a miracle that Kevin even functions as a human being, forget about being this perfect paragon of mental health.

Lauren: You care about him so much.

Michael: (Scoffs) a lot of good that does.

Lauren: How can you say that? I mean, you are his lifeline. He needs you more now than ever. And do you really question his ability to change?

Michael: Well, he's not trolling for underage girls these days, but then again, I can't be the warden 24/7.

Lauren: But that's a step in the right direction.

Michael: Well, the behavior stopped for the moment, at least. But what about the pain that drove him to it?

Lauren: Look, Michael... none of us have an idyllic life. We all have to live with some sort of emotional pain. And Kevin is just going to have to learn in therapy to live with that without hurting other people.

Michael: I'm not sure he can do that.

Lauren: But you did. I mean, you got counseling, right?

Michael: Courtesy of the Wisconsin penal system.

Lauren: Yes. But you were rehabilitated, and look at you now. I mean, you are successful. You care so much about your brother. You're a good person, Michael, a man to be admired.

Michael: You admire me? Really? Hmm.

Lauren: You really have to ask me that?


Gloria: Well, this is a fine kettle of fish.

Kevin: Mom...

Gloria: I finally have a shot at something good, and here you are telling me I practically have to disown you to make it happen.

Kevin: Well, maybe you should anyway.

Gloria: Oh, don't talk like that. We're family. Boy, it sure does put a crimp in my plans.

Kevin: Mom, you just met the guy.

Gloria: Well--

Kevin: You're going out on a date with him. Just--just have a good time. Can you do that, please? Don't even let on that you know me. There's a million other things you could talk about.

Gloria: But, honey, I'd like to be sure that there's gonna be a second date and one after that and another one after that.

Kevin: And then what, it's off to Vegas? Is that the plan?

Gloria: Look, I am just trying to put a life together here.

Kevin: And I'm screwing it up already.

Gloria: No. Don't say that, honey.

Kevin: It's the truth, isn't it?

Gloria: No. It's all gonna work out. Don't you worry about a thing.

Kevin: Really?

Gloria: Hey, you. No matter what, you're still my Kev.

Kevin: Hmm. Just don't tell anyone.

Gloria: (Gasps) yikes. I better hurry or I'm gonna be late.

Kevin: For what?

Gloria: The club has a beauty salon. I'm getting my nails done on Michael. Oh, gosh, darn. I wish I knew which dress I was wearing.

Kevin: Just, uh, tell 'em to go for something classy. None of this fire engine red stuff.

Gloria: You got good instincts, baby. See ya.


Sharon: Nick, time is running out.

Nick: Not necessarily. A trial date hasn't been set. And, Sharon, it's not easy to convict someone who hasn't committed a crime. Maybe the jury doesn't buy the evidence.

Sharon: Oh, right. You expect me to count on that?

Nick: Look, I understand--

Sharon: Do you?

Nick: Yes, Sharon, I do. Now we have some interesting ideas here. But I do know that you trying to work on this insane, violent guy who we know has killed at least once is definitely not a good idea.

Sharon: So what are you saying? I mean, we--we talk about this and then we work out something, and then we just do nothing?

Nick: Look, I don't know what we have here. But let's just think about it some more and go slow, okay? Look, I'm gonna run down to the stables, see if I can find cassie and make sure she's all right. We don't have a lot of options here, but I think we have a legitimate chance of stopping this maniac. But we have to be careful. We have to make sure that every step we take is the right one, okay?

Sharon: Okay.


Lauren: I couldn't talk you into a refill, could I?

Michael: If only.

Lauren: I know. You've got someplace else to go.

Michael: Satisfy my curiosity.

Lauren: About?

Michael: My brother. He didn't happen to come see you by any chance? Could that be why he is the topic du jour?

Lauren: Oh, yeah. He came and asked me for a job.

Michael: And you turned him down.


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