Y&R Transcript Tuesday 3/6/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 3/7/07 -- U.S.A.
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Kay: Pick up the phone and call him?
Jill: Because he doesn't wanna hear from me.
Jill: Because I took your ridiculous advice and asked him to get a DNA test, and it didn't go down so well.
Cane: I just can't stop thinking about my mother.
Amber: Not something a girl wants to hear after sex.
Cane: Sorry, Love, I just, uh... imagined the mother/son reunion would've been different.
Amber: Nothing ever goes as planned. I mean, look at us, hmm? But the good thing is, you found your mom and she's a really good person.
Cane: That's debatable.
Amber: What do you mean?
Cane: I always thought in my fantasy that she'd tell me that she was either too sick or too poor to take care of me. She never gave up hope of seeing me again. I never dreamed she'd accuse me of being a con artist after her money.
Amber: Jill actually said that?
Cane: It was implied. I mean... why else would she want me to take a DNA test?
Amber: Well, I'm sure she didn't mean to upset you. Give Jill a chance.
Cane: I'd rather go back to Oz than deal with a mother who doesn't think I'm good enough to be her son.
Neil: I hope we can convince the judge that my wife isn't delusional. Here you go.
Michael: Thank you. Well, Ms. Vargas' distinct resemblance to Carmen Mesta should do the trick.
Neil: Yeah, one problem-- Ines wants to see my wife locked away in the psyche ward.
Michael: Well, there's no reason for her to testify.
Neil: Wait a minute, I thought she was our whole case, isn't she?
Michael: We just have to prove she exists. You, Devon , her landlord and the, uh, ward nurse-- you've all seen her.
Neil: Right, so what about David?
Michael: It would help a great deal if he did testify.
Neil: Okay, I'll talk to him. It's the least he can do.
Michael: Excuse me. Hello? Yeah. All right, we'll be there. Thank you. The judge's schedule has changed. Drucilla's competency hearing has been moved up an hour.
Neil: Good. I hope that's one less hour Dru will have to spend locked up.
Phyllis: And, um, all the master suites in the Clear Springs condos-- they have hot tubs.
Nick: Hot tubs...
Phyllis: Thank you.
Nick: Hot wife.
Phyllis: And massage... and candles... and wine... and...
Nick: Mmm. It sounds to me like you're trying to seduce me into agreeing with you.
Phyllis: No. No. No. Did it work?
Nick: A little bit. So, uh, you really believe in Jack's plan?
Phyllis: I do. I ally do. I think it has a lot of merit. I think, um... I think this is Wisconsin's version of utopia.
Nick: Okay. You have my support.
Phyllis: I do? Really? You wanna work on it together? You can oversee it.
Nick: You know, I'd like to, but, uh, this doesn't have anything to do with Newman.
Phyllis: Oh, it does now. Victor is financing the project.
Nikki: Victor, I don't want you to give a dime to Clear Springs.
Victor: It's the most lucrative idea I've heard in a long time.
Nikki: Oh, good!
Nikki: Maybe you can talk some sense into your father.
Victoria: Please tell me this is about Zapato.
Nikki: Your father has bought into Jack's Trumpesque plan of building a city.
Victor: For your information, it's a development that will include hotels, housing and upscale shopping, all right?
Victoria: Well, you know, resort living is a hot trend in real estate. It might not be such a bad thing to, uh, to be involved with.
Nikki: Even if it means bulldozing Clear Springs?
Victoria: Clear Springs? Clear Springs has amazing Queen Anne and Greek revival structures, Dad. As--as an art collector, I can't believe that you'd even consider that.
Victor: Let me give you a dose of reality. That place is falling apart. It's in shambles. This development would help the people of the community get back on their feet. Is that clear?
Nikki: And you just can't possibly say no to Jack.
Victor: That has nothing to do with it.
David: You're a persuasive man, Jack. When people hear you speak, they will respond.
Jack: Yeah, you've convinced me here just saying that yourself. Maybe you should run for office.
David: Oh, no, not in this lifetime. Strictly behind the scenes for me.
Jack: So is there anything else you need to catch me up on?
David: Image. Image is important, Jack. You dress well, but it's all about strategy. 67% of voters believe that a red tie and white shirt connotes strength.
Jack: I have to take you clothes shopping with me?
David: Hey, whatever it takes, right?
Jack: Whatever it takes.
David: I gotta run.
Jack: All right.
David: We'll talk soon.
Jack: I'll walk you out. Take care.
Colleen: You know, Mom, you don't really have to stay.
Traci: Oh, Sweetie, the writer's symposium really is not that big a deal.
Colleen: I know, but you can't miss being the keynote speaker. That's important.
Traci: Yes, it's an honor. But you're more important.
Colleen: Go. I'll be fine, I promise.
Traci: Okay, I'll go.
Jack: I got it.
Traci: But I'm warning you, I'm gonna call every single day, sometimes twice.
Jack: Professor, good to see you. Come on in.
Korbel: Thank you. Well, Colleen, I brought by my lecture notes. I didn't want you to fall behind.
Colleen: Well, thank you. I appreciate it.
Brad: You can just leave them right there on the table.
Colleen: Actually, um... I have a couple questions about this week's reading, if that's okay?
Korbel: Sure. I mean, uh... if you're up for it.
Colleen: We'd like to be alone, please.
Cane: Who are you calling a quitter?
Amber: You. Your mother doesn't live up to your fantasy, so you bail?
Cane: It's a little more complicated than that.
Amber: It doesn't have to be.
Cane: You know, I'm starting to think that Jill did me a favor when she gave me away.
Amber: Listen to me. No mother wants to give up their child. I'm sure there's more to it.
Cane: Yeah, like what?
Amber: Like maybe Jill is scared to be disappointed. You know how that feels. Maybe she just wants to know this is for real.
Cane: I hadn't thought about it that way.
Amber: So talk to her again. And find out what's really going on before you walk away.
Cane: I think you might be right.
Amber: Let's go to the Chancellor's place right now.
Cane: Oh, I think I can do it on my own.
Amber: Well, you might need a referee.
Cane: Do you know that I once wrestled a crocodile on a bar bet? I think I can deal with Jill Chancellor.
Neil: Okay, send them over to Victor Newman's office. And don't forget proprietary information. Excuse me. Hey, David?
Neil: Nice suit. Like that. Um, I was about to call you. I need to ask you for a favor.
David: You know, I'm kinda slammed with Jack's campaign right now, so--
Neil: Yeah, yeah, I understand that. This will only take a minute. Um, I need you to testify at Dru's competency hearing on her behalf. Let the judge know that Ines Vargas is definitely real.
David: Why don't you just let her take the stand?
Neil: Well, see, since you were Dru's most vocal critic, her attorney feels that your testimony will have the greatest impact. So... what do you say?
David: All right, I'll do it.
Colleen: Sorry about the chaperones.
Korbel: Not a problem. So... Brecht's famous quote about art not being a mirror held up to reality but a hammer with which to shape it was particularly true during the renaissance.
Colleen: Oh, well, speaking of, my mother and I went to go see a wonderful revival of "The Three Penny Opera" a few years back.
Traci: I'm sorry, were we talking about Brecht?
Brad: Oh, sorry, Professor, I guess the conversations we have in this house tend to be a little less, uh, intellectual than you're used to.
Korbel: I don't mean to intrude.
Jack: No, no, no, you're more than welcome.
Colleen: Thank you.
Korbel: I have office hours and I really should be going. Bye.
Jack: Here, I'll show you out.
Korbel: Thank you.
Colleen: Well, are you happy? You stared him down until he left.
Traci: Colleen, I just wanted to spend my last day here with you, not your professor.
Brad: Why don't I help you pack your things, Honey, and we can take 'em back to the house.
Colleen: No, thank you. I'll be staying with Daniel, Lily and Devon until I find my own place.
Brad: What are you talking about? You're not 100%. Who's gonna look after you?
Colleen: The four of us can take care of each other.
Jack: Uh, listen, why don't you stay with me? Seriously. This big old house is much too big for a bachelor pad.
Brad: Stay with you? Between work and your campaign, how are you gonna look after her?
Jack: Sorry about that.
Brad: I rest my case.
Colleen: Dad, you didn't want me to date JT you don't want me dating Adrian. You don't want me living with friends or family. What, do you have a tracking device in my cell phone? Will that make you happy?
Traci: Colleen, Colleen, your dad is just concerned about you.
Colleen: Well, there's no need to be. I'm not 6. I can make my own decisions.
Jack: Sorry about that.
Colleen: You know what, Uncle Jack? Um, I thought about it, and I will be taking you up on your offer. I would love to be your new roommate.
Jill: Was this a bad place to meet?
JT: No, Kevin hasn't banned me from the coffeehouse yet.
Jill: If you like, I could put in a good word for you with the DA.
JT: I'll take you up on that. But right now, I wanna focus on your case while I still have a PI license.
Jill: Oh, Paul found my son.
Jill: Yeah. This tall, dark, handsome young man, Australian, works at Indigo.
JT: Australian? You're talking about Cane?
Jill: Yeah, that's the one. You know him?
JT: Are you sure? Are you sure that's your son?
Jill: Well, I asked him to take a DNA test and he refused. I don't blame him.
JT: Well, I think you should insist on it. I mean, this timing is a little sketchy.
Jill: Asking him to take the test was a little sketchy. Now he thinks I don't trust him.
JT: Well, why would you trust him? You just met the guy. What if he's after your money?
Jill: God, now you sound like Katherine.
JT: Is she pushing for it, too?
Jill: Yes, and I don't know why. Because if he turns out to be my son, she could be prosecuted for kidnapping.
JT: Yeah, there's no statute of limitations.
Jill: I don't like what she did, okay? But I don't think that I could send my own mother to jail.
JT: You need to have a private DNA test done. I'll set it up. You gotta know whether or not Cane is really your son.
Kay: Hello--hello, Cane.
Cane: Is, um... is Jill around?
Kay: Uh, no, she went out.
Cane: I'm sorry. I should've called first.
Kay: Uh, no, please, she should be back home soon. Just come in.
Cane: It's okay.
Kay: No, please... please don't go.
Cane: What, are you... checking to see if there's some sort of family resemblance?
Kay: She, uh, she--she-- she told me what happened when she met you.
Cane: Yeah, I know. People like her have to be concerned about people like me. I get it.
Kay: No, no, you don't. No, you don't. None of this is her fault. I pressured her to ask you for the DNA test. In fact... everything that ever happened to you is my fault.
Victoria: You know, Mom, you know how Dad gets. The more opposed we are--
Nikki: The more determined he becomes.
Victoria: Exactly. We're just gonna have to find a way to make him understand.
Nikki: God knows, I love fighting with that man.
Victoria: Uh-huh. Well, you really don't have a choice.
Nikki: When it comes to fighting for my company, I guess I don't.
Phyllis: Hey! Well, Nick is on board the Clear Springs train. Are you ready to hop on, Nikki?
Nikki: Oh, no.
Victoria: No. And neither is your bridesmaid.
Phyllis: What are you talking about? I thought you'd love it. I was all prepared to have you pick out the architect.
Victoria: There's already beautiful architecture there. It needs to be restored, not torn down.
Phyllis: Well, I'm sorry you feel that way. But, you know, with Victor's backing, it's a go.
Nikki: Don't be so sure, Phyllis.
Victor: I intend to fund Clear Springs.
Nick: That's great. I'm very excited about this project.
Victor: You are?
Nick: Yeah. You were right. I need to refocus on work. I'm gonna make you proud of me, Dad.
Victor: Glad to hear that, Son.
Nick: Now I know Jack's gonna be pretty busy with his campaign, so I would like to oversee the development of this project with Phyllis.
Victor: Hmm. You'll be working very closely with her. You think it's a good idea? You think you can handle it?
Nick: Yeah. After seeing what a great team you and Mom make, it has inspired me.
Brad: If you want someone to share your house, Jacko, take an ad out online. Don't undermine me with my daughter.
Jack: She wasn't moving back to your place. Isn't this the next best thing?
Brad: Well, I would've thought so. But how can I be sure you won't enable Colleen to have a relationship with Korbel?
Jack: A relationship? I was polite to the man that saved her life. I don't understand why you have such a problem with this.
Brad: They're seeing each other.
Jack: Oh. I had no idea.
Brad: I'm thinking of reporting him to the university.
Jack: Whoa, wait a second. You don't wanna alienate Colleen further. Maybe just give this a little time. It'll dissipate on its own.
Brad: How can you be so cavalier about this? Have you forgotten what happened when Traci fell in love with her professor?
Colleen: (Sighs) I'm gonna miss you.
Traci: You know, Sweetie, I'm really not sure I should go today.
Colleen: Mom... you heard the doctors. I'm gonna be fine.
Traci: I know that. Thank God. I'm a little worried about something else.
Traci: Sweetie, come here and sit down for a second. I-I wanted to talk to you about this. And I guess now is as good a time as any. Um... I never thought I would be telling you this story, but... when I was your age... when I was in college... um... I had an affair with one of my professors.
Colleen: Oh! Um... okay, so you understand.
Traci: Colleen, what I understand... is how special you feel when an older man tells you that you're smart and you're beautiful. Tim Sullivan did all those things for me, too.
Colleen: Well, he sounds like a wonderful man.
Traci: Well, I thought so back then. See, I was very shy and insecure. And I was pretty envious of all those thin girls, you know, who had guys waiting in line to date them. And... Tim told me over and over again how much better I was than those girls. I wanted desperately to believe him. And then... well... I got pregnant. So I went to tell him and I found him in bed with another girl.
Colleen: Um... I'm sorry. But see, that's-- that's kinda where I'm lucky, because Adrian would never do something like that.
Traci: Oh, I said the same thing about Tim. My point is, you just... you never know. I let this take over my life and I don't want that to happen to you.
Colleen: Um... Mom, I'm not sure where you're going with this.
Traci: Sweetie... I was so depressed... and so ashamed... that I tried to kill myself.
Colleen: I can't... believe that you didn't tell me this.
Colleen: What happened to the baby?
Traci: I had a miscarriage.
Colleen: Mom, I... I can't imagine.
Traci: Sweetie, I just... don't want you to make any of the mistakes I made.
Colleen: Well, see, this is different. Because, um... um, see, Adrian isn't, uh... he's not really the first guy--
Traci: Oh, Sweetie, I know.
Traci: I know that you were living with JT.
Colleen: Right, and I know how to protect myself. I'm not gonna get pregnant.
Traci: That doesn't mean you're not gonna get hurt. Adrian is an authority figure and he's using his power over you.
Colleen: No. No, that's not true. You see, I kissed him. He actually-- he tried to push me away, but I wouldn't let him.
Traci: That doesn't matter. He's the adult. He's a teacher. He's the professional. He knows this relationship is inappropriate.
Colleen: Look, I understand that, but why should a job title matter if you really care about someone?
Traci: Sweetie, just a couple of months ago, you thought JT was the one.
Colleen: Okay, okay, and I still care about him. I do. But what Adrian and I have-- it's different, Mom.
Traci: Oh, Honey, when you're young, you think every guy is "The one." What if you change your mind?
Colleen: I'm not going to change my mind.
Traci: Colleen, you are smart and you're talented. You could do anything in the world you want to. If you settle down with this man, you could jeopardize your whole future. Sweetie... you're my treasure. I just want what's best for you. Sweetheart...
JT: The lab results will be completely confidential. No one will know a thing unless you tell 'em.
Jill: Which would keep out of legal jeopardy.
Jill: Isn't that Colleen's Professor Korbel?
JT: Yes, it is.
Jill: Wow, you sound like you don't like him.
JT: Well, he did help me save Colleen when she got kidnapped from his apartment, but...
Jill: What was she doing at his apartment?
JT: She's his research assistant.
Jill: Why does this sound like she's more than that?
JT: Because she is. She's fallen for him hard and, um... he's gonna wreck her life.
JT: I just think she deserves somebody better than that.
Jill: I gotta take this.
Jill: Hello? About an hour ago.
Adrian: And I never claimed great man.
JT: So what are you going to do now? You just going to keep hanging around?
Korbel: You should save your energy for your legal defense.
Michael: The matter before us is whether the respondent, Drucilla Winters is competent.
Michael: Yes, your honor, my client ,Drucilla voluntarily checked herself into a psychiatric ward. The doctor, feared that she was delusional. I will now prove that she has never been, delusional, hallucinating, or suffering from any mental disorder that would cause her to be a danger to anyone.
David: Excuse me, um... I'm looking for a red tie with a--a subtle pattern.
Amber: You know, a deep blue would look really good on you.
David: It's for my client.
Amber: Are you a stylist?
David: No. Political campaign manager.
Amber: Wow! So the next president could very well be wearing that tie, hmm?
David: Hey, who knows? A few years ago, Obama was an unknown state senator.
Amber: I'll go check in the back.
David: Expecting a call?
David: Okay... excuse me? Can I get your opinion on this tie?
Ines: This season's all about periwinkle.
David: I thought it was you. Neil Winters asked me to appear at Drucilla's hearing.
Ines: Well, you're not gonna do it are you?
David: Well, I'll look suspicious if I don't.
Ines: But you'll be under oath.
David: Now it's all about me proving myself to these people.
Amber: Hi, it's Amber.
Jill: Hi, how are you?
Amber: Good. Um, I was just calling because we just got your suit back from alterations. And I could drop it by at your earliest convenience.
Jill: You know what? I'm free right now. Why don't I stop by the boutique and pick it up?
Amber: I really lucked out in getting you as a mother-in-law. Okay, bye, Mrs. Abbott.
Kay: Jill stole my husband. Or at least, uh... that's how I saw it at the time.
Cane: My father was married to my grandmother?
Kay: Well, neither Jill nor I realized that we were related at the time.
Cane: I should hope not.
Kay: She was pregnant with my husband's child. Hate-- hate-- took on a mild interpretation of how I felt about her then.
Cane: She put me up for adoption? Because she was the other woman?
Kay: Oh, no. Oh, no, she wanted to raise you.
Kay: I-I couldn't stand the fact that she was giving my husband a child and I couldn't. I wanted to punish her! To take... the most marvelous thing in her life-- take it away from her. And that was her child. No... Jill never gave you up. I stole you.
Cane: You stole me from your daughter?
Kay: I said, had I realized--
Cane: What? You wouldn't have done it? You only kidnap people you aren't related to?
Kay: I know it sounds awful.
Cane: Do you? I grew up without parents.
Kay: Cane... I am so sorry. And I wish with all my heart I could take it back.
Cane: You know, I used to wonder... why I lived with my uncle. And I used to... I used to hope that one day I'd find out... where real mum and dad was.
Kay: Cane.. look, if you-- you wanna get angry, then get angry, but not at Jill. It's none of her fault. You blame me. Come on! Hate me! Hate me!
Cane: That's not gonna change anything, is it?
Kay: The truth might. You find out who your real family is. Take that DNA test.
Devon: The first time I saw Ines, I would've sworn it was Carmen. They look exactly alike.
Ms. Sinclair: You love your mother?
Devon: Of course I do.
Ms. Sinclair: Her hospitalization must be difficult for you.
Devon: Um... yeah, yeah, for everyone, you know? I miss her. Our whole family does.
Ms. Sinclair: I bet you'd do whatever it takes to get her out of the psychiatric ward.
Devon: She's always come through for me. So, you know, I wouldn't let her down.
Ms. Sinclair: You would even claim your mother's hallucinations are real.
Devon: Well, hang on a second, I didn't say that. I'm telling you the truth.
Ms. Sinclair: Nothing further. You may step down.
Michael: Your honor, I understand the court requires more proof of the existence of Ines Vargas. My next witness will assuage all doubts. I would like to call to the stand David Chow.
Jack: The fitness center will have everything-- a pool, a track, a climbing wall.
Phyllis: You know, that should be right in the middle of the development.
Jack: Everything connected by walkways.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. We should designate car free zones.
Jack: Create a healthy atmosphere, do what we can for the environment at the same time.
Jack: You really do get what I'm talking about.
Phyllis: I absolutely get it. Are you kidding me? You know who else gets it? Nick! He thinks it's a great idea.
Jack: Well, I'm glad to hear that.
Phyllis: Yeah! He wants to be Newman's point person on the project. The three of us will be working together.
Victoria: With Jack and Phyllis? Have you completely lost your mind?
Nick: Clear Springs is a great concept.
Victoria: No, it's more like a great way to lose hundreds of millions of dollar, Nick. It's too risky.
Nick: I like risk. Besides, the profits could be huge.
Victoria: We'd be losing an historic area.
Nick: Vick, the whole community is falling apart. Jack's plan could help them redefine their future.
Victoria: Do you really think it's a good idea to push Jack and Phyllis together?
Nick: Nice try, but I'm not changing my mind.
Nikki: Hi, you two. Have you seen your father?
Victoria: Yeah. Uh, he's been busy appointing Nick to be point person for Clear Springs.
Nick: That was my idea, by the way.
Victor: My whole family assembled in my office. I'll be damned.
Nikki: You know that Victoria and I are dead set against Clear Springs. Why would you appoint Nicholas to oversee it?
Victor: Why do you think? Because obviously we see the potential in the development. If you took a look at the numbers, you would realize that... we've made a very good decision.
Victoria: Well, you're not gonna sway me.
Nick: Let's just wait and see if it actually happens, all right?
Jack: I just heard from the zoning board. They are so impressed with the land that I donated, they've given us the variance on Clear Springs. There is nothing stopping us now.
Nikki: Oh, great.
Amber: Yeah, if there's anything wrong with it, just bring it back.
Jill: Thank you, Amber.
Amber: So how's Cane?
Jill: How's Cane? You first.
Amber: Um, well, Cane went to see you this morning.
Jill: He did? Oh, I'm so sorry I missed him.
Amber: Well, I'm sure you guys will catch up later.
Jill: I mean, I never would've ask about the DNA thing, except there's no record of the adoption anywhere and...
Amber: Yeah, he's hurt, but I smoothed it over.
Jill: I should've handled it better.
Amber: Well... you know, Cane-- he's just going through a lot right now. He traveled all the way around the world just to find his mother. And now that he has, you know, he's a little overwhelmed.
Jill: I know. I'm overwhelmed, too.
Amber: Just try to be patient with him. He wants to be a part of a family so badly. He's just... afraid of rejection.
Jill: And there's no greater rejection than having your own mother not believe you're her son.
Brad: I wouldn't be surprised if Jack brought Colleen and Korbel breakfast in bed every morning.
Victoria: You know I don't approve of their relationship, but you really should lighten up. Because your disapproval is only gonna make him seem more attractive. Heck, that's one of the reasons I fell for you.
Brad: Very funny. Colleen and I have always been so close, you know? I don't understand why all of a sudden--
Victoria: You know, when women hit a certain age they stop listening to their parents.
Brad: What age were you? 5?
Victoria: 4. Get it right. Our latest fight is about Jack's Clear Springs development.
Brad: Victor approves?
Victoria: Yeah, he's ready to finance the whole thing. And Nick and Phyllis are siding with him. The only one who agrees it's a horrible idea is my mother.
Brad: Well, don't forget about me. I'm on your side.
Nikki: The zoning board approved the plan. There's nothing we can do about it.
Brad: You know, maybe there is. I think between the three of us, we can stop the deal.
Jack: Well, I could not have asked for a better team.
Victor: For your information, the legal department is working on the initial contracts.
Phyllis: Yeah, I'll have a, uh, web site up and running by the end of the week.
Nick: I am very excited about this project. I can't wait.
Jack: Clear Springs, here we come!
Nikki: I wouldn't be too sure of that.
Jack: We're moving ahead with the plan. We already have the zoning board's approval.
Victoria: They don't run our company.
Victor: I'm funding this project. This is my call, all right?
Brad: Well, not entirely, Victor. Funding this development is not an ordinary corporate expense.
Phyllis: What does that mean?
Nick: It's just a technicality.
Nikki: Not quite. Since Newman has no pre-existing interest in the project, the board of directors need to approve the expenditure.
Victoria: I've scheduled a board meeting.
Nikki: We're putting Clear Springs to a vote.
Victor: Why are you doing this?
Nikki: Somebody has to protect that property. I guess it's gonna be me.
Jill: There is so much I don't know about Cane.
Amber: I'm still getting to know him, too, but so far, he's pretty much perfect.
Cane: Glad to hear that.
Jill: I'm so sorry! I was so wrong!
Cane: It's okay. I understand.
Kay: I told him everything, Jill, everything.
Jill: Darling, you were wanted. You're still wanted. Oh, you shouldn't have to prove anything.
Cane: You lost your son and I'm so sorry.
Jill: But you're here now.
Cane: I'm gonna take the DNA test, okay? We have to be sure.
Michael: Mr. Chow, you were very close to Carmen Mesta, is that correct?
David: I had hoped to marry her, yes.
Michael: Then it's fair to say that you have a very clear memory of what she looked like?
David: I will never forget one inch of her beautiful face.
Michael: In your opinion, is there a strong resemblance between Carmen Mesta and Ines Vargas?
David: They couldn't be more alike if they were identical twins.
Devon: David's coming through for us.
Neil: Yeah, he sure is. Maybe we misjudged him.
Michael: Mr. Chow, is it possible that when Drucilla saw Ines Vargas, she thought it was Carmen by mistake?
David: If Dru did see her, I can't imagine her thinking anything but.
Michael: Thank you, Mr. Chow. No further questions.
Judge: You may step down.
Devon: The judge has to believe him.
Lily: Trust me. Mom is definitely coming home to
Michael: Your honor, I would like to call Drucilla Winters as my next witness.
Colleen: I'm really glad you came back. Sorry about earlier. My family can be a little overprotective.
Korbel: So it seems.
Colleen: Is something wrong?
Korbel: Yeah, the, uh, the dean wants to see us.
Korbel: Someone told him we're seeing each other.
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