Y&R Transcript Monday 1/29/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 1/30/07 -- USA
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Lily: Daniel Romalotti is on pace for the world record! He's got his snacks, but has he remembered everything? Hmm?
Daniel: Mmm! Thank you!
Lily: Uh, his speed is unmatched, but Romalotti's in danger of losing points.
Daniel: Yes, yes.
Lily: The Latvian judge is going crazy. Perfect ten.
Daniel: Okay, I have five minutes. What is my beautiful coach up to this morning?
Lily: Um, you know, the basics-- a little shopping, some studying, research for you.
Daniel: Thank you, I could use it. Have you, uh, talked to Colleen today?
Lily: Uh, not since she left last night.
Daniel: Think she went to Korbel's?
Lily: I don't know, maybe. I was thinking about inviting her over here for a while, just to make sure that she's okay.
Daniel: You know, I still think that that guy is a loser. He was dating Amber when this happened. I just hope that she figure it out before she gets hurt.
Brad: Colleen is seeing Korbel? Is she having sex with him? You've gotta be kidding me!
Victoria: Listen, she begged for me not to tell you, but I felt you needed to know.
Brad: I thought she was smarter than this.
Rebecca: He's intriguing. That's her age. Maybe we should wait and hear her side of the story.
Brad: This isn't just about me alright? We have warned her.
Colleen: Oh, I know. I know. I know. I know. Trust me, I've heard 'em all. Let's see, um, he's my professor.
JT: He's dangerous.
Colleen: Right, because he lived in a city where there were unsolved murders.
JT: Did I tell you that he found the body?
JT: She was a college student who was rumored to be having an affair with a professor. She committed suicide.
Colleen: Yes, Adrian told me all about it. He tried to help her.
JT: Or so he says.
Colleen: Okay, you know what, JT? You can't scare me with things that I already know.
JT: Here, here, take a look at this. Look.
Colleen: What is it?
JT: These are articles that Jana found. One is about Korbel and the suicide victim. The others are about other unsolved murders in the town where he lived.
[Colleen’s cell phone ringing]
Brad: Colleen, I need you to come home right away.
Brad: We need to talk about Professor Korbel.
Colleen: Victoria told you? I should have never trusted her.
Brad: Just come home.
Colleen: No, Dad, you know what? I'm old enough to make my own decisions.
Jill: It's d-day.
Jill: Meaning DNA day. When some random lab tech is gonna determine whether someone we loved was a part of our family.
Jill: I know. I know. I'm glad we got out of the house. I was going stir crazy.
Kay: Yes, you were, just racing around burrowing a hole in the rug.
Kay: Well, you...
Kay: William will be joining us here shortly. Until he gets here I mean, no need to get worked up. Just sit down.
Jill: Speak for yourself. I could have a son out there somewhere who is a complete stranger to me.
Kay: Oh, Jill.
Cane: Please come this way.
Jill: Oh, good.
Cane: And we have a new lunch menu that you should have a look at.
Jill: Excuse me. Do you mind if I ask where you're from?
Cane: Australia. But don't let the accent fool you. It's just an affectation so I seem a little more interesting than I really am.
Jill: Well, it's working for you.
Cane: Thank you.
Jack: Oh, I'm so glad I don't have to pretend that you were just on an ordinary business trip.
Nikki: Oh, a few questions. Nothing I couldn't handle.
Victor: I'm glad to hear that.
Nikki: Thank you for helping Brad and Victoria find that Grugeons piece.
Nikki: Maybe now we can finally get to the bottom of that mystery.
Victor: I certainly hope so.
Jack: Well, I heard rumors the prodigal executive returning.
Jack: You know me, I can handle myself.
Victor: Yeah, but somebody has to keep a check on you.
Jack: So I take it was a successful trip?
Victor: It was wonderful.
Jack: And where were you the, uh, administrative assistants have taken up a pool.
Nikki: Oh, he's kidding. I think.
Victor: I'm sure you heard the rumors. And I mean, if people found out that I met with that swami, they would hound him, you know?
Jack: I won't say a word.
Victor: Please don't.
Jack: While you were gone, the zoning board denied a second request for NVP to develop the Menomonee Falls site.
Nikki: It is so frustrating! We've been trying to develop in every area except our own backyard!
Victor: Have you talked to them again?
Jack: Just submitted a new environmental impact report that proves conclusively the spas will not harm the ecosystem.
Victor: I'll be damned.
Victor: Let me think about this.
Nikki: Perhaps we can discuss our next step later. I have an appointment.
Jack: Or Victor and I could talk now and get a head start.
Nikki: No, why don't you just come back in a couple of hours? That way, you and Victor could figure out what to do about Senator Bodi.
Victor: Jack that's a good idea
Jack: Call me.
Victor: We shall.
Nikki: You think he bought your story?
Victor: Who knows. You know, Jack has a tendency to lie. But in the end, secrets will come out.
Jill: Why did this have to happen now? After all these years?
Kay: Well, maybe it's God's way of giving you a second chance with your son.
Jill: Oh, please.
Kay: No. And if it is true, we will welcome him into the family with open-- well, as best we can.
[Amber answers her cell phone]
Cane: Hey, are you familiar with the concept of a jazz lunch?
Amber: Hi, Cane.
Cane: Because we just started here at Indigo.
Amber: I'm sorry. I'm busy.
Cane: That's what I get for calling short notice, huh?
Amber: Mmm, yeah. I'll talk to you later, okay? Bye.
Daniel: I know that you are only auditing one class. Do you gotta go to work?
Amber: Nope, I am free for the rest of the day.
Daniel: So then why'd you just blow it off?
Amber: Because we just went out.
Amber: So I have to wait three days before seeing him again.
Daniel: Are you a time traveler from 1957?
Amber: These rules are still in effect because they work.
Daniel: Mm-hmm. Yeah, they just don't seem like your style.
Amber: Well, I don't always follow them. Cane is worth the extra effort.
Daniel: I don't think I will ever understand how a woman's mind works.
Colleen: Nobody thinks I have a mind of my own. You know, I mean, I understand that JT's treating me like a child because he's--he's upset, you know?
Colleen: Which is fine. I understand that he has concerns about Korbel, but, please, I know what I'm doing
[Lily’s cell phone ringing]
Lily: Uh, hold on. Hello?
Daniel: Hey, it's me. I was wondering if you wanted to meet me over at the coffeehouse and, uh, chill for a bit.
Lily: Um, I can't. Colleen is here.
Daniel: Is everything alright?
Lily: No, not really. I guess, um, there's major drama with her family and her dad and Victoria are on her case about Adrian.
Daniel: Speak of the devil. Hey, put Colleen on for a minute.
Lily: Okay. For you.
Colleen: Thank you. Hello.
Daniel: Korbel just walked by.
Colleen: How's he looking?
Daniel: Same as usual. About 5'10", a buck 55, give or take a few pounds.
Colleen: Are girls hitting on him?
Daniel: Oh, yeah. He's swatting 'em off like flies.
Colleen: Oh, figures.
Daniel: Listen, Colleen, Lily and I have both been exactly where you are right now. And even though your parents are gonna think they know what's best for you, they're not always right.
Colleen: Well, thank you. You know, you guys are the only ones that understand. All right, I'm gonna hand you back to Lily.
Lily: Hey, call me later, okay?
Daniel: Oh, does this mean I'm gonna have to go get that cup of coffee by myself?
Lily: I'm sorry. I'll make it up to you. I promise.
Daniel: How? Oh, I'm definitely looking forward to that. Oh, yeah, I'll talk to you later.
Amber: I could go for some coffee.
Brad: Thanks for coming by, JT.
Brad: Listen, I'm sorry about the breakup.
JT: Yeah, don't worry about it.
Victoria: So you talked to Colleen?
JT: Well, um... a while ago, yeah, I tried to warn her about Korbel, but she wouldn't listen to me.
Brad: Do you really think he's dangerous?
JT: At his last university, he found the body of a student who had committed suicide. They were unsolved murders in the area.
Brad: Are you saying Colleen may be dating a killer?
JT: Well, I don't think they're related.
Victoria: And right now the only judgment she trusts is her own.
Nikki: Your father isn't really giving many details about Switzerland.
Victoria: Yeah, I know. Brad hasn't said much either.
Nikki: It must be so nerve-wracking, having that artifact in your house.
Victoria: Yes. Yes, it is. Listen, I should go.
Nikki: Um, wait, wait a minute, your father's coming in. I'm talking to Victoria.
Victor: Oh, let me speak to her.
Nikki: Honey, just a minute. He wants to talk to you.
Victor: Thank you. Have you made any progress in deciphering the writing on the Grugeon piece?
Victoria: She's still trying. Running it on the computer. I should go.
Victor: That's alright uh, call me as soon as you find out anything, all right?
Nikki: Now... how are we going to handle our meeting with our dear friend Jack?
Victor: I have to think about that, but I suggest that we let him take the lead.
JT: The university held an administrative hearing about the girl who committed suicide, but apparently nothing came of it.
Brad: Well, why would Korbel up and leave if he had nothing to hide? Victoria, that's what I'm wondering.
JT: Well, so you guys should talk to her. She thinks I'm being vindictive because of the breakup.
Brad: She's ignoring me. I'm go to find her.
Victoria: Wait a minute, I really don't think that's such a good idea.
Victoria: Cause I never responded to any of my father's demands. If you go over there trying to tell her what to do she's just gonna do the opposite to prove you wrong.
Kay: Please tell me there's not a problem with the test, because if we have to go through it again--
Jill: Don't--don't-- don't even think that.
Cane: Ladies, it's on the house.
Kay: That should go very well with Jill's temper.
Jill: Ignore my mother. She harbors the misconception that she's amusing.
Cane: Well, I'm amused. I think you guys work better as team. You obviously have a very special bond.
Jill: That's one word for it.
Cane: You ladies enjoy the food.
Amber: It is just common sense. Men like to think they're in control. So if you really like a guy, you gotta make him think he's chasing you a little bit.
Daniel: You're like an anthropologist really should write a paper about this.
Amber: I'll give a few tribe secrets, since you're off the market.
Daniel: Are you sure that's such a good idea? You know, I might run outta here and go tell all the other guys.
Amber: I trust you.
Daniel: I'm honored.
Amber: Okay, if I don't like a guy, I give him a fake number. If I like him as a friend, I give him an e-mail. But I only give my digits out if I think the guy is really, really special.
Daniel: Okay, and then what?
Amber: Then I wait for the special guy to call. If he calls the next day, he's too eager.
Daniel: Okay, wait a minute, aren't girls always complaining that guys don't call them back
Amber: He has to wait at least three days. But if he calls on the weekend, I'll let it go to voicemail, because if I pick it up, it implies that I have absolutely no social life whatsoever.
Daniel: How tragic. You know, I am really glad that Lily doesn't follow those rules. Because if she did, I'd probably still be waiting around for our second date instead of being happily married.
Colleen: I don't wanna be published.
Korbel: Why not?
Colleen: Because it's not good enough.
Korbel: Yeah, well, the editorial board disagrees with you. Colleen, this is a big deal. Why don't you tell me what-- what's really bothering you.
Colleen: Just... withdraw it, please.
Colleen: Can you put on something angrier to match my mood, please?
Lily: Um, I think the idea is to make you feel better.
Colleen: You know, I know Adrian. He's a good guy. There's no way he's dangerous. Why doesn't anyone else see that?
Professor Korbel: Colleen, its professor Korbel. Call me when you get this message please. It's important. You know, in the meantime, I'm gonna come look for you.
Brad: You know where Colleen is?
Daniel: I haven't seen her.
Amber: Me either.
Brad: I know you guys always cover for each other, but this is important.
Daniel: I'm sorry.
Brad: Lily, put Colleen on the phone please.
Lily: Um, she isn't here, Mr. Carlton.
Brad: Well, where is she?
Lily: Uh, I'm not sure. I haven't seen her today.
Brad: Yeah, I'm sure you haven't. Well, when you do see her, tell her I'm looking for her.
Amber: You know, sometimes Colleen works with Professor Korbel during the day.
Daniel: You know what? Maybe I should go help Colleen with Brad.
Amber: I'm the one who needs help.
Daniel: With what?
Daniel: So break your rules and ask him out.
Amber: I can't risk it. I need to trick Cane into calling me again.
Daniel: Trick-- okay, you know, some guys think of being manipulated-- as a big turn off.
Amber: Which is why he can never find out. Look, I have two tickets for Snow Patrol-- fifth row, center stage.
Daniel: Okay, one-- how did you get those seats? And two-- what the hell does that have to do with what we're talking about?
Amber: One-- I've got great connections. And two--I want you to pretend they're both yours. Then you can tell Cane that you and Lily can't go. And you offer them to him.
Daniel: Or he'll scalp them. You know guys. They don't like being rejected twice in the same day.
Amber: He won't have to worry about that. The concert's not until next Thursday.
Amber: Maybe it will work. Please, Daniel, please, call him.
Will: I apologize for the delay.
Jill: No, it's all right. You're here now. That's what's important.
Cane: What can I get you?
Will: Um, lemonade, please. Here are the lab results.
Jill: "There is no genetic match between the living subject sample 'A' and the exhumed body sample 'B.'" Phillip wasn't my son.
Daniel: Hey, Cane, it's Romalotti.
Cane: You, hey, what's up?
Daniel: Listen, man, I was wondering if you wanted two tickets to go see Snow Patrol. I got these concert tickets and I was gonna take Lily, but it turns out she has to work.
Cane: Yeah, that'd be great.
Daniel: Did I mention to you how glad I am that I'm not single?
Amber: You are such a good friend!
Daniel: At your service. It still seems like an awful lot of work.
Amber: Well, it's worth it.
Nikki: So how are we gonna get this spa up and running?
Jack: We have to find a way around Senator Bodi. As you know, one of his major contributors owns the adjacent property.
Victor: And I understand he made a rather large donation just before the board met. Well, if Bodi is willing to go to such extreme lengths, perhaps we should support him.
Nikki: Are you kidding? After everything we've done?
Victor: I do not want to sink down to his level to beat him.
Jack: I have not yet achieved spiritual enlightenment. I'd be more than happy to get a little dirt under my fingernails.
Victor: I don't want Nikki to pay if anything goes wrong. Once you start lying and cheating, it just sort of takes hold of your life.
Lily: Hi, Mr. Carlton.
Lily: Um, look, I've told you, Colleen is not here.
Brad: Yeah, I know you did, but I just happen to be in the neighborhood and realized I hadn't seen your new apartment. How about giving me the grand tour?
Colleen: Okay. Dad, just leave Lily alone.
Brad: I'd like to speak to my daughter in private, please?
Colleen: It's okay.
Lily: Come on in.
Brad: I guess I should be grateful you're here with Lily and not him.
Colleen: Him? He has a name.
Brad: Yeah, I could think of a couple. Predator.
Colleen: Intellect. Unpretentious. You're wrong about him, Dad.
Brad: I tell you to stay away from Korbel. Instead you sleep with him?
Colleen: Wow! Nice, Victoria-- she doesn't waste any time.
Brad: You're putting us all in danger.
Colleen: Why? Why? Because I'm hanging out with a man who has done nothing but treat me with respect? Dad, if he was trying to use me to get to you, he would have done something by now.
Brad: You don't understand.
Colleen: I don't understand what?
Brad: We finally found the Grugeon piece we were looking for.
Victoria: I'm coming. Well, professor Korbel.
Korbel: May I come in?
Victoria: You know...
Korbel: I need to speak to Colleen.
Victoria: She's not here.
Korbel: Where is she?
Victoria: I can take a message.
Korbel: I prefer speaking with her in person.
Victoria: Really? Is it something that you don't want me to know?
Korbel: Not at all. Colleen wants to withdraw her paper on the Grugeons to be published. But unfortunately, it's already gone to press.
Rebecca: Hello, Professor.
Korbel: Hi, Rebecca.
Victoria: Oh, Professor Korbel has just told me that Colleen's paper is being published against her wishes. He submitted it without consulting her first.
Korbel: As I have done several times with outstanding student work.
Rebecca: Because you've been so supportive. Buying that book on the Grugeon collection for her.
Victoria: It's really interesting that you share her fascination with the works. How long have you been studying them?
Korbel: Well, the credit for my interest goes to Colleen. Her enthusiasm piqued my curiosity.
Rebecca: Mine, too. I'd really be interested in hearing about what you've learned.
Korbel: Well, Colleen's the real expert. Her paper could get her into a top graduate school.
Korbel: I have several bright students over the years, but what sets Colleen aside is her passion.
Cane: Fifth row center? These are great seats.
Daniel: You're gonna be able to see Gary Lightbody's pores. Oh, no, whoa, your money's no good here.
Cane: Come on, man, these must've been expensive.
Daniel: It was a hook up through my dad. It's cool.
Cane: All right, next time you eat here it's free, all right? No questions asked.
Daniel: Deal. Who you gonna invite?
Will: I know this is difficult for you.
Jill: You know, when Phillip was a toddler, I used to think how much he looked like his father. They had the same nose. They both squinted when they laughed. I was just seeing what I wanted to see.
Kay: I saw it, too.
Jill: I have to get some air.
Will: Would you like me to go with you?
Jill: No, I need to be alone, thanks.
Jack: It is unfortunate that Victor didn't see things our way, but, you know, we don't need his approval to go after Senator Bodi.
Nikki: He did have a point. I mean, maybe we can find another parcel of land that will work just as well.
Jack: This is a matter of principle.
Nikki: Not every battle is worth fighting, Jack.
Jack: It is if you've got a good shot at winning. Look, I wasn't going to bore you with a lot of trivial details, but you should have some idea what we're up against.
[Victoria answers her cell phone]
Victor: Have you made any progress?
Victoria: No, Dad, not since the last time we talked.
Victor: Sweetheart, I don't mean to distract you or alarm you. But the people you're dealing with mean business. They are a dangerous lot.
Victoria: I know. I know that. And we're taking all of the necessary precautions.
Victor: Has Rebecca found the language program that she was looking for?
Victoria: I don't think so.
Victor: You don't think so? You don't know?
Victoria: And, uh, we've had to put everything on hold for the moment. Oh, Dad, I gotta go.
Brad: You son-of-a-bitch!
Colleen: Dad! Dad! Stop!
Victoria: Brad, don't!
Brad: What are you doing here?
Korbel: I just came to tell Colleen that I couldn't stop her paper from being published.
Colleen: There wasn't anything you could do?
Korbel: No. I'm sorry. But that quality deserves a wide audience.
Brad: You stay away from my daughter or I swear--
Brad: I will report you to administration.
Colleen: Dad, please, stay out of this, okay? He could get fired.
Brad: Good. People like him shouldn't be teaching.
Korbel: Your father's right, Colleen. And I'm sorry if I've caused you any unhappiness.
Colleen: You have not caused me any unhappiness. It's everyone else that's making me miserable.
Korbel: I can assure you, Mr. Carlton, I crossed a line and that won't happen again. You have no further cause for concern.
Colleen: Dad, please, you can't do this.
Korbel: Good-bye, Colleen.
Cane: You look like you could use a drink.
Jill: I'm sorry, what did you say?
Cane: Do you need a drink?
Jill: No, thank you.
Cane: Is there anything I can do for you?
Jill: Yeah, you can get me the name of a good travel agent, so I can leave this town and never come back. How can she possibly expect me-- I'm sorry. I don't mean to be dumping this on you.
Cane: You know, bartenders are good listeners.
Jill: Thank you. Thank you for the offer, but, um... it's a family matter.
Amber: G'day, mate.
Daniel: Do people actually say that?
Amber: According to this Australian slang web site, they do.
Daniel: Sweet, I'm gonna have to work that one into my vocabulary.
Amber: Cane uses these weird phrases all the time. I figured I should find out what they mean. Speaking of which...
Amber: Don't leave me in suspense. How did it go?
Daniel: Oh, he didn't ask you? He must've asked someone else.
Amber: No. He'll call, but not at least for another day.
Daniel: Oh, 'cause he's playing by the rules? Aussie style, right?
Amber: You learn fast.
Daniel: Yeah, I think I'm gonna go tell Lily all the things that we've been doing wrong.
Amber: Thanks for being such a great wingman.
Daniel: See ya later.
Amber: Hey, JT.
JT: Hey, what's up?
Amber: I heard about you and Colleen. I just wanna say I'm sorry.
JT: Yeah, well, that makes one of us.
Amber: Ouch. What happened?
JT: It wasn't fun anymore.
Amber: I always say, if it isn't working, don't prolong the agony.
JT: Yeah, yeah, you know, I mean, I don't wanna be tied down. I like to keep my options open.
Amber: Good idea.
Nikki: Jack has uncovered evidence that Senator Bodi channeled funds meant for emergency services into his own pet projects.
Jack: It's one of the reasons the power grid went down during the ice storm, leaving a lot of people in some very dangerous situations.
Victor: Like delivering babies in an elevator?
Jack: I am confident once the senator see this material...
Victor: Got a little blackmail in mind or what?
Jack: Oh, I prefer to think of it as a reminder of his responsibilities to all his constituents.
Victor: Jack... will this hold up in court or what?
Jack: Probably not.
Victor: Then, Jack, I suggest you find a way to make Senator Bodi's abuse of power public knowledge.
Rebecca: Why don't I make you a cup of tea, Dear?
Colleen: Thank you, Grandma.
Brad: Korbel knows he was wrong.
Colleen: He said that because you threatened him.
Brad: He took advantage of you.
Colleen: Why does everyone keep saying that? I kissed him first.
Brad: All right, spare me the details, okay?
Colleen: Well, Victoria sure didn't waste any time.
Victoria: Oh, Colleen, you know why I couldn't keep quiet about this, okay?
Colleen: Because he likes art? For the last time, he's an art professor. He has nothing to do with the people that are after you.
Colleen: And I refuse to let you control my life.
Kay: Words are inadequate. I wish I could undo all of this.
Jill: Oh, stop saying that. You can't, can you?
Will: Why don't the two of you discuss this in private?
Jill: I think the district attorney should know the full extent of her crimes. Did you know that Katherine killed my husband? Could I press charges for that?
Kay: Please don't do this.
Jill: And then she went to a judge and got him to deny me my inheritance.
Kay: I was a different person then.
Jill: Then she tried to buy my baby. He was a teenager, she sued me for custody.
Jill: Katherine. But you tell me, how do I get past this one?
Kay: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Amber: My favorite! How did you know?
JT: Well, I'm a detective. Anything else you'd like?
Amber: I'd like a lot of things.
JT: I bet you do.
Cane: It's my lucky day.
Cane: Yeah, I was gonna call you, but here you are. That's if you, uh, have time to talk to me right now.
Amber: I'm free now.
Cane: Really? What about Thursday?
Cane: Well, I have tickets for Snow Patrol.
Amber: I have been dying to see them!
Cane: I'll take that as a 'yes'.
Amber: Thanks, matey!
Lily: So Brad came over and busted us. And he forced Colleen to leave with him.
Daniel: That blows. Doesn't look like Brad will be letting up anytime soon.
Lily: I know, right? Been there, done that.
Daniel: Got the T-shirt.
Lily: Did I ever tell you how glad I am to be married to you?
Daniel: What was the first thing you found attractive about me?
Lily: Um... your eyes. But I would not tell you that back then.
Daniel: Oh. So... did you use any strategies to get my attention?
Lily: Like what?
Daniel: I don't know. Pretend like you were busy when you weren't or... waiting to call me back?
Lily: Have you been reading women's magazines?
Daniel: No, I was just wondering.
Lily: Listen, I didn't have to use any tricks, okay? Because once you noticed me, you were hooked.
Daniel: This is true.
Lily: Mm-hmm. But now I just use my feminine wiles to get you to obey me.
Daniel: Oh, so you think you're the boss of me?
Lily: You know I am. (Imitates whip cracking) (Cell phone buzzing)
Daniel: Hang on.
Lily: Who sent you a message?
Daniel: This guy from Econ class. He wants to borrow my notes, but I will just get back to him later.
Lily: Are you sure?
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah. I am sure. I would much rather spend my time following your every command.
Colleen: Hi. Look, I'm sorry and embarrassed and angry and...
Korbel: I'm chastened and humbled and, uh... remorseful. I didn't expect to see you.
Colleen: My dad didn't have the right to speak to you like that.
Korbel: No, he had every right to express his opinion. If the situation was reversed, I'm not so sure I would've been as polite.
Colleen: It's just, everyone's coming after you. It's my fault.
Korbel: History teaches you that when you violate certain taboos, there are consequences.
Colleen: That's true. However, it shouldn't be the same for every case.
Korbel: I know how harmful student/teacher relationships can be.
Korbel: What's this?
Colleen: It's an article. JT gave it to me. It says that you found the body of the girl that committed suicide.
Korbel: That's true. Where did he find this?
Colleen: Jana gave it to him. Why didn't you tell me?
Korbel: I don't enjoy talking about it. It's one memory I wish I could erase.
Colleen: Was she really seeing another professor? Or was she dating you?
Korbel: I was never romantically involved with that girl. I haven't lied to you about anything.
JT: You seen Colleen yet?
Brad: I talked to her a while ago.
JT: Any luck?
Brad: She refuses to consider that the professor could be anything other than, uh, prince charming with a Ph.D. I wanna hire you to keep her safe.
JT: Oh, no, no, thanks. I'm out of her life. I wanna keep it that way.
Brad: You're part of all our lives for the long haul because of what happened in Parma.
JT: No, I said I would keep my mouth shut. That's where my responsibility ends.
Brad: Wrong. If you hadn't decided to dig up my past in the first place, my family wouldn't be in jeopardy. You don't get to opt out now.
Nikki: I don't know that Jack took the bait.
Victor: We cannot always tell an opponent's strategy by his first move. So let's wait and see.
Nikki: I still don't know that I'd bet against him.
Victor: You watch me.
Victor: Come in.
Jack: Listen, I, uh, I've been doing some thinking. I may have come up with a way to expose Senator Bodi's misdeeds to the community.
Victor: Jack, that's wonderful news. That is the best approach. I think people of the community will think that you're a damn hero.
Jack: Well, I'm not doing this for the glory.
Victor: No, I am serious. Doing public service is good karma. And you and I know karma is always repaid.
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Neil: You can see yourself out, or I'll call security and they'll escort you out.
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