Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/27/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 2/28/07 -- U.S.A.
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Nick: Man, throwing a real wedding is a lot of hard work. I mean, where do we start?
Phyllis: Yeah, we have to change the wedding party, of course. And then, send out the invitations. I mean, how could someone claim to love you so much and keep such a big secret?
Jack: Hey, this is some discovery you made.
Victor: Yes, well, it was a group effort.
Nikki: I'm just glad you're home in one piece.
Jack: How publicity like this, makes it seem that you should be running for the senator's seat.
Victor: You can't be serious. I'm far too impatient a man, you know that.
Nikki: I am just going to say that I am not interested in being a political wife.
Victor: You, the other hand, Jack, would make a perfect candidate. The more I think about it, the more I'm convinced that you would be the right man for the job.
Jack: Well, I'm flattered that you think so, but I have no intention of running for office.
Victor: That's too bad.
Michael: Thank you. How are you?
Kevin: I'm alive, Michael. I just wanna get the hell out of here.
Michael: I'm working on getting you bail.
Kevin: How's Colleen?
Michael: No change.
Kevin: She should've regained consciousness by now. You know, if one of us was gonna get seriously injured in that fire, it should've been me.
Michael: She'll make a full recovery.
Kevin: Admit it, Michael. This isn't looking good for either of us. I'm an idiot. I'm an idiot. I should've known Jana was too good to be true.
Michael: You're not an idiot. You were in love.
Kevin: Well, I wish I could've just had, like, a normal lousy girlfriend. You know, one that, like, cheats on me or has a bad temper. But, no, instead, I decide to fall for the homicidal maniac.
Michael: You know, don't be so hard on yourself. Jana fooled a lot of people. I never imagined she was capable of any of this.
Kevin: Well, maybe you still don't think she is.
Michael: What is that supposed to mean?
Kevin: It means you're not convinced that I'm telling you the truth, are you? You think that I killed Carmen.
Neil: I saw Carmen.
Dru: What?! Oh, my God!
Neil: I saw Carmen.
Dru: See?! See?!
Neil: Not the real Carmen, but a dead ringer for Carmen. She was getting in the elevator in our apartment building.
Dru: See, Honey, I told you! Now do you believe me?
Neil: Of course I believe you, absolutely. I didn't get a chance to speak to her. The elevator door shut, but... there's no doubt this woman exists.
Devon: Yeah, and there's no reason you need to be in here a minute longer, okay?
Dru: That's right! That's right! See, Honey, I told you, Baby!
Devon: Yeah. Mm-hmm.
Dru: I can't wait to get home. Oh, my God, I can't wait to get home and get back to Lily and make things right between us. I can't--Neil, I can't be here one night longer. I cannot be here one night longer.
Neil: I know, I hear you. I hear you.
Devon: Hey, I got some more good news.
Dru: What? What? What?
Devon: The DA? They dropped all the charges against me.
Dru: Oh, hallelujah! Oh, my goodness!
Devon: I know.
Dru: Sweetie, when we get home-- Neil--Neil--
Dru: When we get home, it's gonna be the best celebration ever!
Neil: Okay, let's just get you outta here first, all right?
Neil: Let me work on that. Hi, excuse me, um, my wife would like to leave now.
Woman: Oh, I'm sorry, Mr. Winters, Dru isn't going anywhere.
Neil: What are you talking about? We checked her in voluntarily. Why can't we check her out?
Woman: Oh, well, she has to stay for observation for at least 72 hours.
Devon: Hold on a second. Since when?
Woman: Since her admission was changed to an involuntary commitment.
Michael: Yes, thank you. Thank you, I'll-- I'll be in touch..
Michael: I just got off the phone with the clerk of court. You have a bail hearing set for later today. Now does that prove that I have no questions about your innocence?
Kevin: Nope. You always told me that a good defense attorney doesn't worry about whether or not his client is guilty.
Michael: All right, where is all this coming-- where is all this coming from? I have never expressed any doubts about you.
Kevin: You don't have to. It's written all over your face. And you know what? You're not that hard to read.
Michael: You're paranoid.
Kevin: Hey, you should have questions, Michael, given my history.
Michael: You changed.
Kevin: Are you sure about that? Maybe Jana wasn't the world's greatest con artist. Maybe I'm the one who's got everyone fooled. And right now her body's decaying in the lake.
Michael: All right, shut up! Don't you ever say anything like that again in here, not even as a joke. That's all you need with people just waiting to overhear something like that they can use to cut a deal.
Kevin: What the hell difference does it make if Bardwell's convinced he's gonna get me on murder one.
Michael: Kevin... I believe you're innocent, without reservation.
Kevin: Good. Then I'm glad you're representing me... 'cause you're a convincing liar.
David: Do you mind if I borrow your funny papers?
Sharon: Hey! You know what? You should read this front page story first. Victor and Brad are heroes.
David: Yeah, I saw it earlier. That's an amazing story.
David: They must be flying high.
Sharon: Yeah, well, they were until... Brad came home and found his daughter in the hospital.
David: Yeah, I heard about that, too. How's she doing?
Sharon: There's been no change. And, you know, she's on a ventilator. She's unconscious.
David: Well, at least they caught the guy who put her there. I just can't imagine that the man who runs this place could've killed Carmen
Sharon: I know, right? I know that you just wanted to see the right person be caught.
David: Dru can be a little more... rational.
Sharon: Oh, no. What happened now?
David: Well, the last time I saw her she was accusing me of conspiring with Carmen. You were there.
Sharon: Oh, yeah.
David: I mean, everything I said, she doesn't believe me.
Sharon: You know, I... she has realized that the stress of the situation has affected her.
David: Now that sounds like one of the press releases Carmen used to write. What are you actually saying?
Sharon: I'm saying that.. Dru has checked herself into the hospital-- for psychiatric treatment.
Devon: All right, Dr. Lynch, we need your help.
Neil: Someone must've made a mistake. She says she's on a 72-hour hold.
Devon: And now they won't let her leave.
Dr. Lynch: I'm sorry. Someone should've contacted you. It's not a mistake.
Neil: What are you talking about? Dru checked herself in voluntarily.
Dr. Lynch: Yes, well, the head of the department reviewed Dru's file and conducted his own examination of her.
Devon: Why did he do that?
Dr. Lynch: It's standard procedure. He was concerned that Dru was a danger to herself or to others, so he changed her status.
Neil: Oh, come-- you must be kidding me Dru isn't gonna hurt anyone!
Dr. Lynch: She has shown a behavior like breaking into Carmen's residence order that Ms. Mesta placed against her.
Devon: Yeah, and you know all that stuff happened months ago.
Dr. Lynch: I'm aware of when it happened, Devon. But those events, coupled with her current delusional state--
Neil: Dru isn't delusional. I saw Carmen, too.
Neil: Now listen, Dr. Lynch, I know this sounds a little crazy, but the person I saw wasn't Carmen. They looked remarkably similar.
Devon: That's who Dru must've seen.
Neil: That's right.
Dr. Lynch: It's common for people to have second thoughts about having a loved one hospitalized for psychiatric care.
Neil: No, no, now, no, that's not what this is, okay? I'm telling you the truth. You--she wasn't imagining anything.
Devon: No, she was freaking out 'cause nobody believed her.
Dr. Lynch: Okay. I know you're doing this because you care about Dru, but I assure you, that in-patient treatment is the best possible thing for Drucilla right now.
Neil: No, wait a minute. I know how improbable this sounds here.
Dr. Lynch: I can't help you. I'm sorry. Even if I wanted to release Dru, I couldn't do it.
Neil: Why not?
Dr. Lynch: Once the paperwork was filed, it became a legal matter. It's now up to the court to decide.
Dru: You know, Nurse, um, my husband, Neil Winters-- he's gonna straighten out this whole entire mess, 'cause it's nothing but a hot mess. I'm not spending one more night in this place.
Woman: Just try to relax.
Dru: I'm sure he's gonna be here any second. Matter of fact, I'm gonna go look for him.
Woman: You can't leave without a doctor's permission.
Dru: What? I'm not staying here. I'll tell you that right here and now. No way. I'm not staying in this place. You must be out of your mind. I hate this.
Woman: Welcome to the neighborhood.
Mary: My name's Mary.
Mary: The first couple days here are rough, but you get used to it.
Dru: I'm not getting used to anything around here, 'cause Dru is not staying here, all right? Let me ask you a question. I need-- I need a handling tip on this nurse in back of me, okay? 'Cause she will not listen to anything.
Mary: Don't take it personally. She's mean to everybody. Some people get a little power, it goes straight to their heads.
Victor: There has to be a reason that Jack Abbott changed his mind.
Nikki: You think I played devil's advocate too much?
Victor: No, something else.
Nikki: I was certain the idea of running for state senate would absolutely appeal to his enormous ego.
Victor: Ahh. I even offered to pay for his campaign.
Nikki: You're not gonna give up, are you?
Victor: Jack Abbott will run for senate whether he likes it or not.
Phyllis: Victor to the rescue again. What's the tally? Victor--10, Jack--5?
Jack: I just finished congratulating Victor on his accomplishments.
Phyllis: What angle are you playing, Jack?
Jack: No angle. I've finally come to the realization that kind of competition is bad for my health.
Phyllis: So is caffeine, but I see you're drinking it anyway.
Jack: Okay, you want the truth? I've come to the realization that Victor Newman is the main reason that you and I were driven apart.
Phyllis: Oh. I-I-I never thought I'd hear you say that.
Jack: At least, I think that's how it works.
Phyllis: Yeah, I suppose.
Jack: Losing my dad made me change my perspective on relationships. I guess its true-- you get what you give.
Phyllis: Well, I'm still trying to figure out what you're... what you're trying to get from Victor.
Jack: Well, I've come to admire a few of the traits that Victor has that used to infuriate me. I think he's come to respect me, too.
Phyllis: Only if it suits his purpose.
Jack: We both want what's best for NVP that’s not gonna change.
Phyllis: Be careful. Even Victor Newman has a breaking point.
Nick: So where's your hat, Indiana Jones?
Victor: Morning, Son.
Nick: Well, it's a good thing I read the paper. Hmm. So are they gonna make your latest adventures to the Czech Republic into a movie? 'Cause I think it'd be a hit.
Nikki: All right, it's all over now. Let's let it go.
Nick: It's just too bad I couldn't go with you. I know I'm tough to find, too, with my office being across the hall and living on the same property as you.
Victor: It was nothing personal, Son. The fewer people who knew, the better.
Nick: You knew, right, Mom?
Nikki: I didn't know a lot of the details.
Victor: I couldn't possibly have left without giving any explanation to your mother.
Nick: But you couldn't extend me the same courtesy? And I, you know, risked my life to help Brad. I didn't think it was too much to ask.
Victor: Nothing personal, Son. I made the decision.
Nick: It should've been my decision. Well, this stops right now, Dad, because I am sick and tired of you treating me like a 10-year-old.
Victor: You got exactly what you deserve.
Victor: If you want me to treat you like an adult?
Victor: Carry yourself professionally.
Victor: Do you know why that is? Because of your sister. She carried most of the weight.
Nick: Oh, I get it. So because of my divorce I don't deserve respect?
Victor: You have a responsibility to every aspect of Granville Global, I wanted you to give some time to it. You didn't, did you?
Nick: It's Brad's job to oversee Granville Global.
Victor: Brad Carlton does not own this company. It is your responsibility. And I want you to devote as much time to it as I did.
Nick: This is about control, isn't it? The less I knew, the more you could control the situation. Just like this thing with Senator Bodi.
Victor: I don't see the similarities, Son.
Nick: I bet you knew about the sting Jack set up with the FBI before we left Genoa City.
Victor: We worked together, that's right.
Nick: You know, I just never thought I'd see the day when you trust Jack Abbott more than you trust your own son.
Jack: No, of course we'll reschedule. Hey, congratulations again. Right. He is not going to make the meeting about the Phoenix retreat.
Jack: Because his wife just had a baby.
Phyllis: Oh, great! Boy or girl?
Jack: A girl. Speaking of girls, how's your little angel?
Phyllis: Oh... God, she is amazing. And I know all parents say that, but she is amazing.
Jack: She probably gets it from her mother.
Phyllis: Thank you. And, uh--uh, she's even going to be more amazing soon because--because Nick and I have decided to make our marriage legal in Wisconsin.
Jack: Congratulations. Boy, I seem to be handing those out like candy today.
Phyllis: Right, thank you, thank you. Um, you know, we want to exchange our vows in front of friends and family. I hope you'll be there.
Jack: You want me there?
Phyllis: Yeah, definitely. I mean, if it's too awkward, I understand, but... I definitely want you there. I mean, we wouldn't even have Summer if it weren't for you.
Jack: I'll be there.
Phyllis: Great. I'll make sure you catch the bouquet or--or the garter.
Neil: Hi, Michael, it's Neil. Listen, I need your help.
Michael: Well, Devon's been cleared. What more can I do for you?
Neil: It's Dru.
Michael: What happened now?
Neil: Her therapist convinced her to check herself into the psyche ward at the hospital. Now they won't let her out.
Michael: How come?
Neil: They checked Dru's files and they, uh, they changed her status to involuntary. I didn't even know they could do that.
Michael: Well, um... I'll see what I can do after this bail hearing. I should hear the ruling shortly.
Neil: Kevin's hearing?
Neil: Okay, um, why don't we meet at Newman Enterprises? It's pretty close to the courthouse.
Michael: Okay, okay, I'll see you there.
Neil: Thanks. Hey, you wanna come with me?
Devon: No, I'm gonna run a couple errands and then meet you back here. I'm really not in the mood to talk to the guy that's defending Kevin.
Neil: I'm going to Michael because he's the best at what he does. Dru needs all the help she can get right now.
Mary: Saturday night we get pizza. Eat till you're stuffed 'cause most of the other food isn't very good.
Dru: Thank you, but I won't be here on Saturday. I'll be long gone.
Mary: Uh-huh, that's what everybody says.
Dru: Yeah, but you don't understand. See, I checked myself in here.
Mary: What made you do that?
Dru: Yeah, um... there was an incident. You know, I reached my breaking point. And, um... I hurt my daughter, by accident.
Mary: I'm sorry.
Dru: I just, you know, I kinda lost touch with reality. And, um... but there's a logical explanation for the whole piece. And I'm fine now. In fact, my husband-- he's working on an exit plan with the doctor.
Mary: Yeah? Well, good luck. But, uh, I don't think he's gonna let you leave.
Dru: What are you talking about? How can you be so sure?
Mary: I signed myself in, too. Then, uh, my... my situation changed. I want to get out, but it isn't up to me.
Dru: How long have you been here?
Michael: Hey. Have you seen Neil?
Michael: The police haven't shown up at my door. I owe you. Thanks.
Phyllis: I didn't do that for you. I did that for Fen.
Michael: Well, I was trying to protect Fenmore and my family.
Phyllis: Oh, really? What about my family?
Michael: All right, not this again. I never meant for this to happen.
Phyllis: But it did happen. I'm not forgiving you for this.
Michael: All right, you know what? I was arrogant to think Paul and I could handle Sheila. I made a mistake.
Phyllis: That's no excuse for not warning me!
Michael: You would've been involved in a crime! What if you'd gone to jail? Summer would not have her mother.
Phyllis: You know, I would've taken that chance presented with the option. That was my decision to make, not yours.
Michael: I don't know-- I don't know what you want-- I don't know what you want me to say. I am sorry. I'm sorry.
Phyllis: Did Kevin know about this?
Michael: What does that have to do with anything?
Phyllis: I heard that he was arrested for Carmen's murder. So did he know? Are you representing him?
Michael: Of course. He's innocent.
Phyllis: All right, so did he know about Sheila? Did you make him keep that secret?
Michael: He didn't know.
Phyllis: I doubt that, because it's probably what tipped him over the edge. That's probably why Kevin attacked Colleen.
Kevin: What are you doing here? Watching me get arrested wasn't enough?
Devon: The DA finally dropped the charges against me.
Kevin: Good, I'm glad. Look, Jana did a number on both of us. She's the one who should be behind bars.
Devon: You're still blaming that poor girl?
Kevin: Devon, I'm innocent.
Devon: Mmm. No, Kevin, I'm innocent. I was arrested for a murder that you committed. And gotta ask you, how the hell did you sit back and watch that happen to me? How could you do that?
Kevin: I had nothing to do with it. The DA went after you on his own.
Devon: You should've told the truth.
Kevin: I am-- I'm not gonna play this game with you.
Devon: You know what, Kevin? My whole family was hurt because of you.
Devon: Because she was so stressed out she thought she was losing her mind and she checked herself into a mental hospital.
Devon: Okay, you find that funny?
Kevin: Look, you don't have to tell me about how bad those places are, okay?
Devon: Well, you know what? You can add Dru to your long list of victims.
Kevin: Guard! Guard, will you take me back to my cell? You know, Devon, of all people, I would ink that you could understand how easy it is for the cops to arrest the wrong person.
Sharon: What's wrong?
Sharon: Come on. You can't fool me. I was married to you for ten years, remember?
Nick: I can try, right?
Sharon: Let me guess, it has to do with your father?
Nick: You know me too well.
Sharon: Did you read all the details in the paper?
Nick: Of course. Why would my father feel the need to tell me?
Sharon: Victor is always going to try to control things, no matter what. If you'd just accept that, your blood pressure's gonna be a lot lower.
Nick: You're right. Maybe I should start meditating with him.
Sharon: Now that, I would pay to see.
Nick: If I ever do anything like this to Noah, just call me on it, okay?
Sharon: You won't. You won't. You're not like your father.
Nick: It's a text from Vicki. Colleen's condition hasn't changed.
Sharon: Oh, God, I feel horrible for Brad. You know, he's been by her bedside this whole time?
Sharon: Well, I'm, uh, gonna go see her at the hospital.
Nick: I'm gonna stop by after work.
Sharon: I know he'd appreciate that.
Nick: Hey, uh...
Nick: I, uh... I should tell you that Phyllis and I are gonna make our marriage official in Wisconsin. We're gonna have a ceremony here in front of...
Nick: I'm gonna ask Noah to be my best man.
Sharon: Oh, I'm sure he'll really get a kick out of that.
Nick: I'd like you to come, too... if you want.
Sharon: Uh... you know, I'll think about it.
Victor: I need your help with something.
David: Well, I can try, but after reading the morning paper, I'm not sure you're someone who needs my advice.
Victor: I'm interested in your campaigning expertise.
David: Okay. What for?
Victor: I'm convinced that Jack Abbott is the right person to take over Senator Bodi's seat, but he's not convinced.
David: Then he's not the right person for the job. Half the battle is your own determination. You have to really want it.
Victor: Maybe he needs a little prodding.
David: And you'd like me to do that?
Victor: I would like you to be his campaign manager.
David: I've been out of that line of work for quite some time.
Victor: Now I know that you entered the private sector because you wanted to earn some more money. If you agreed to be the campaign manager for Jack Abbott, I will not only fund his campaign, but I will double your salary that you made at Granville Global.
Jack: Just have Ashley give me a call when she gets back. Thanks.
[Jack calls Sharon]
Jack: Hey, it's me.
Sharon: Jack, hi.
Jack: Where are you?
Sharon: On my way to see Colleen.
Jack: Give her my best, will you?
Sharon: Is everything all right?
Jack: Yeah, everything's fine. I'm just... I'm worried about my niece. Give me a call if there's any change, okay? Bye.
Jack: Dad? I don't know if you can hear me, but I sure would like a visit, even if it's just to tell me what a screw up I am. It's a great opportunity to give me a lecture about how I've chased everyone I really care about away.
[The ghost of John materializes]
John: Well, to tell you the truth, Jack, you're doing a pretty good job of that yourself.
Jack: Glad to see you, Pop.
John: Of course you are. You're lonely. That's what happens when you're only concerned about yourself.
Jack: Dad, that's not true.
John: Oh, you like to think that what you're doing helps other people? Like that nonsense about you secretly buying Jabot--only for the family's benefit?
Jack: It was.
John: Oh, Jack, please. Have her lying for you? Sending her off to Hong Kong was in her best interests?
Jack: Dad, I swear, I'm trying to do the right thing.
John: Son, listen to me. You need to do something that's genuinely good for other people.
Jack: Yeah, come in.
David: Hey, um... is this a bad time? I thought I heard you talking to someone.
Jack: No, no, I just finished up a phone call. Uh, what's on your mind?
David: I've been thinking a lot about the conversation we had the other day. And I think you should run for office.
Jack: Oh, I don't know.
David: It's worth considering, Jack. There isn't a candidate out there with your integrity or your honesty.
Jack: Well, they can't be a whole lot worse than the guy they're replacing.
David: Well, that may be true, but you're the real deal. The people can relate to you. And for you, it's a chance to do something genuinely good for the people.
Jack: You really think?
David: I believe that, Jack. And I believe you can win. And if you decide to run, I'll be happy to manage your campaign.
Michael: I'm surprised you've come to me for help.
Neil: You were able to get Dru out of jail before. I'm hoping you can find a way to get her out of that psyche ward now.
Michael: Well, the doctor's right. It's in the court's hands until the 72-hour observational period ends.
Neil: Michael, she shouldn't even be there. I saw Carmen.
Neil: It was someone who looked just like her. She was in front of the elevator outside of my apartment.
Michael: You don't believe that it was Carmen, do you? Not after the DNA test.
Michael: Well... labs aren't infallible.
Neil: Hey, Buddy, Carmen is dead.
Michael: Maybe not. What if Drucilla's been right all along and Carmen's alive? Then Kevin couldn't have killed her.
Neil: Carmen or not, I need to find this woman so I can get Dru out of the hospital.
Michael: Well, it would certainly go a long way to help your case.
Neil: And possibly yours. We need to work together on this.
Michael: Two heads are better than one.
Neil: So what do I tell Dru?
Michael: Tell Drucilla to be on her best behavior for the next 72 hours. If she shows any sign of disruption, she could be in a lot of trouble.
Dru: Psst. She's not gonna make me take any medication, is she?
Woman: Now we've been through this before.
Mary: But I'm not sick.
Dru: Nurse? Nurse? I've been talking to Mary and she's lucid. And can't you see that the medication makes her upset?
Woman: Stay out of it. You're not a doctor.
Dru: Well, I know that. But maybe if you took your nose out of your charts and paid more attention to your patients, you'd see I'm right. She does not need that medication.
Woman: Come on, Mary.
Woman: Come on.
Dru: What are you gonna do, Nurse? What are you gonna do? Shove it down her throat? Come on! Would you--what are you-- get your hands off of me!
Nurse: Give her 1417-B.
Dru: 1417-B? What? What are you doing? Get off of me! Get your hands off of me!! Get off of me!! Get off of me!
Nick: That he didn't tell me about his little treasure hunt because of my lack of commitment and my priorities were out of order.
Phyllis: You know, Michael's excuses were equally lame.
Nick: Well, at least you could cut him out of your life.
Phyllis: You know, I've had plenty of romantic relationships blow up in my face, but this one hurts just as bad.
Nick: Well, you still have me. I mean, what more do you need? I am very handsome.
Nick: And I have, you know, pretty good style. I'm a good cook. No, I'm not a good cook, but I'm an amazing lover... lover.
Phyllis: I am so lucky.
Nick: Who needs friends?
Phyllis: I told Jack about the wedding.
Nick: How'd he take it?
Phyllis: Um, he seemed happy for me... kinda.
Phyllis: I mean, he said he'd come. I think it bothered him.
Nick: I think Sharon was the same way when I told her.
Phyllis: Yeah? Yeah, I think that Jack views our relationship as a personal failure. I kinda view it the same way. But it didn't work. We tried to make it work and it didn't work, right?
Nick: Right. We've both made mistakes. Practice makes perfect. And we are gonna spend the rest of our lives together.
Jack: Well, hey, beautiful. How was Colleen?
Sharon: Um, you know what? They were running some tests on her, so I decided to come back here. You seemed upset on the phone earlier.
Jack: Well, I'm doing better now. I'm glad you came back.
Sharon: Um... have you heard about Nick and Phyllis' wedding?
Jack: Yeah. Phyllis wants me to come.
Sharon: Yeah, Nick invited me, too.
Jack: So come as my date. We'll go together. We'll have a great time.
Sharon: Boy, you are in a better mood.
Jack: Well, it's amazing what a little change in perspective can do.
Sharon: And what caused this change of heart?
Jack: Uh... give me a couple minutes to handle something and I'll tell you all about it over dinner.
Michael: Thank you. Good news! I have got you bail.
Kevin: Oh, thank God. I knew I could count on you.
Michael: You will have to put the, uh, coffeehouse up for collateral, but you'll be free.
Kevin: Free? That's not quite the word I would choose.
Michael: Well, you'll still have murder charges hanging over your head, but, uh, with any luck, Colleen will clear you soon.
Kevin: Well, even if she does, I'm never gonna forget what Jana's done to me.
Michael: We'll find Jana... one way or another.
Kevin: Well, either way, you know, I allowed this to happen to myself, and I am making a promise right now that I will never, ever let it happen again.
Devon: Did, uh, Michael come up with a way to help Dru?
Neil: No, man. She's stuck here for another two days. So it looks like we're gonna have to help her get through it. Hi, excuse me, nurse? I'd like to see Dru again.
Woman: That's not possible.
Neil: What are you talking about, it's not possible? My lawyer called Dr. Lynch and arranged for special visiting hours.
Woman: Uh, well, for the time being, your wife's visiting privileges have been revoked.
Devon: And why is that?
Woman: She needed a time out.
Neil: A time out?
Jack: Folks, you are looking at a new man. Victor, you were right.
Victor: About what?
Jack: Bodi's seat. If your offer for support still stands, I'm gonna run for the state senate.
Nikki: Oh, Jack, are you sure you wanna do that?
Jack: I am absolutely positive.
Victor: Jack Abbott, I'm proud of you-- our own senator from Genoa City.
John: Son, I've never been prouder of you.
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Jill: You and Cane are leaving?
J.T.: You bastard! You killed Carmen!
Kevin: I did not! Jana planted this!
Brad: Come on, Honey, just breathe. I know you can do it, Baby. Come on.
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