Y&R Transcript Monday 5/7/07

Y&R Transcript Monday 5/7/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 5/8/07 -- USA


Provided By Amanda & Eric
Proofread By Emma

J.T.: Victoria, good timing.

Victoria: J.T. hi.

J.T.: Is everything all right?

Victoria: Uh... we'll see. I'm... I'm in the hospital.

J.T.: What happened?

Victoria: It's the baby. I... I felt like I was going into labor.

J.T.: Is that normal?

Victoria: Well, it can be. Um, some women-- they have--they have cramps throughout their entire pregnancy. I'm not--I'm trying not to... freak out.

J.T.: But you're not sure?

Victoria: Well, I was... I was pregnant before and, um... the baby didn't make it, so I'm... I'm -- I'm really kinda scared that I'm gonna lose this one, too.

J.T.: Is Brad there?

Victoria: He's with my doctor.

J.T.: Can I call anybody for you?

Victoria: No, I wanna... find out what's going on first before I... uh, before I worry anyone else.

J.T.: Can I bring you anything? How about, uh, how about your favorite CD? That Pearl Jam CD you like so much? Or, uh, pickled ice cream? Anything, you name it.

Victoria: Thanks. Uh... I just--I just really wanted to talk to you.

(Cell phone ringing)

Daniel: Hey, Lily. Uh, just on a break right now. Finishing up an Econ paper. You don't have to hang up. A guy has to take a break, right? Yeah, okay. I'll talk to you later.

[Daniel takes out a porn video out of his back pack and puts it in a laptop at Newman Enterprises]

Lily: Hey, Amber. Did you have any luck getting extra shifts at the boutique?

Amber: Oh, mission aborted. Cane decided to take the job with Katherine Chancellor after all.

Lily: Ah, that was fast. Thought you guys both liked your job flexibility.

Amber: Yeah, well, job's temporary. The guy she hired quit. Cane agreed to step in till she could find someone else.

Lily: That was nice of him.

Amber: Yeah. You know, I think once Cane gets a taste of the family business, he's not gonna wanna leave. I mean, flexibility's cool. Living paycheck to paycheck isn't.

Lily: Yeah, I hear you there.

Amber: Hey, you know, you might be able to pick up a couple extra shifts. You know, once Cane gets going, I'll have more time to spend on my music and maybe even quit my job.

Lily: Oh.

Amber: Oh, thanks.

Cane: This is more money than I've made in my entire life.

Kay: Well, your salary will be in line with industry salaries. There will be a substantial bonus if your project passes its first inspection on the first try. And then there will be another bonus if you complete the project with no accident or safety violations.

Cane: That'll keep me from slacking off.

Kay: If you don't live up to my expectations, I'll replace you. This is not a charity. And I'm testing your abilities.

Cane: Good. Because I like a challenge.

Ji Min: Gentlemen.

Victor: Hello, Jill.

Michael: Jill.

Ji Min: I didn't expect to see you tonight

Victor: Ji Min, I wonder if you'd given any further thought to my business proposition?

Ji Min: I believe I told you I wasn't interested.

Michael: Well, there's new information about the deal. You really should consider before you turn it down.

Ji Min: Well, right now I have to call the L.A. office with some sales projections. So, uh, why don't we discuss this later?

Jill: No, wait, why don't I take care of that for you?

Victor: Thank you, Jill.

Jill: You're welcome, Victor.

Victor: Now, Ji Min... we know that you know Jack Abbott owns Jabot.

Ji Min: I own this company.

Michael: I found some information that says otherwise.

Jack: Ji Min, I...

Victor: Hello, Jack.

Jack: Victor, Michael, what a nice surprise to see you both here.

Victor: I'm trying to convince Ji Min to work with me on a project involving the Korean market.

Jack: And you brought Michael along?

Victor: That's right.

Michael: Well, it involves a great many difficult legal issues. I was hoping Ji Min could recommend a good attorney in Seoul.

Ji Min: Well, while I appreciate the offer, Gentlemen, I'm far too busy to work on any new projects.

Jill: Ji Min, I'm missing some figures that--

Ji Min: Um, they should be on my desk, Jill.

Jill: You're back again? I thought we'd covered everything with the tie-in business.

Jack: Actually, I dropped by to congratulate Ji Min on Jabot's resurgence. Quite a coup.

Ji Min: Well, I appreciate that, Jack. Especially, all things considered.

Jack: You have proven a worthy successor to my father, my friend.

Michael: Jill, you should share in some of this credit. You and Ji Min have great chemistry.

Jill: Well, I couldn't ask for a better business partner.

Victor: Well, Jill, then kindly convince Ji Min to reconsider my proposal.

Jill: Victor, that's up to Ji Min.

Jack: I'll let you all battle this one out. I'll see you later.

Jill: And I'll go grab those figures.

Victor: All right. You've been in business long enough to recognize a good deal when you see it. I am sure you and I can find a way to work together.

Amber: I hope I'm not interrupting.

Esther: Uh, Mrs. C.?

Kay: No, no, it's all right. It's all right. Well, young lady, it was very brave of you to come all this way without calling first.

Amber: Well, I wanted to give you this.

Kay: Oh?

Cane: She's always full of surprises. There's never a dull moment.

Amber: (Giggles)

Kay: Oh...

Amber: Since you don't have any pictures of your grandson...

Kay: Well, this... is very thoughtful of you. I'll just have to... find a place somewhere where everybody can see how handsome he is. Excuse me, I'll be right back.

Amber: Okay.

Amber: How'd the meeting go?

Cane: It's great. The job's gonna be a lot of hard work. I think I can pull it off.

Amber: Oh, of course you can! You know your stuff! And she couldn't find a better construction supervisor.

Cane: I just hope I get to keep my first paycheck. I mean, every time I move around here, I'm afraid I'm gonna break something and end up 100 grand in the hole.

Amber: I know, right? Everything in here must be like some kind of super-rare antique.

Cane: Even this?

Amber: Yeah. I mean, could you imagine if this stuff was in our place? It wouldn't last a second it's so cramped.

Kay: Well, I found a place right next to, uh, your father's photo. And, um, I just realized, you both have the same eyes.

Cane: Really? I wish I had a chance to meet him.

Kay: You can relax. About the vase, I mean. No, you are the one who is important. I would give up every piece of art in my home if I could just make up for lost time.

Cane: I'm starting to realize that.

Victoria: No, if the doctor tells me that I have to stay in bed for the rest of the pregnancy, I'll do it. Whatever it takes to... to have a healthy baby.

J.T.: Well, I can't let you lie there by yourself, thinking of all the worst case scenarios. So I'm coming to the hospital.

Victoria: Oh, you don't have to do that. Brad's--Brad's here.

Victoria: Well, it wasn't indigestion, Brad, okay? I know what that feels like.

Brad: Well, earlier Dr. Okamura said everything was okay.

Victoria: This isn't normal. It shouldn't keep happening.

Amber: Thanks for inviting us to dinner, Mrs. Chancellor.

Kay: Oh, well, I, uh, think Cane's new job deserves to be celebrated.

Cane: It's probably the last real meal I'll have in a long time.

Amber: How many hours are you gonna be working?

Cane: As many as it needs.

Amber: Well, if you're gone one night and I'm alone in the apartment... we live in a pretty sketchy neighborhood, and without Cane there...

Kay: Are you saying it's dangerous?

Amber: Maybe I'm just being paranoid. You know, on nights when you're not there, I'll just crash on a friend's couch.

Kay: No, no, nonsense. The two of you can come and live with me.

Cane: That's very kind, but I'm sorry, we can't do that.

Kay: Oh, why not? There's plenty of room. Plenty of room!

Cane: Once I start working, we'll find a nicer place... on our own.

Kay: Well..

Amber: My phone is vibrating. Um... hello? The register key? Oh... I have it right here. Yeah, mm-hmm. Yeah, okay. That was the boutique. I walked out with the register key. They need it to close.

Kay: Oh, no.

Cane: Do you want me to come with you?

Amber: No, no, it's okay. You know, I'll be back before dessert, okay?

Kay: You drive carefully.

Amber: Thanks, I will. Oops! Sorry!

[Amber takes Kay's key out of her purse]

Kay: Well, what we need is a menu. Where... oh!

Amber: I will see you soon.

Kay: All right, Darling, talk to you later.

Victoria: Something's wrong, isn't it, Doctor?

Dr. Okamura: I'd like to administer a few tests.

Brad: What kind of tests?

Dr. Okamura: An ultrasound and I'll check the HCG levels in her blood.

Victoria: But I just-- I just had an ultrasound. Why do I need another one?

Dr. Okamura: During a pregnancy, things can change significantly in a matter of hours. I just need to get a clearer picture of what's happening before I can make a diagnosis.

Victoria: So are you saying that this has something to do with my cramping earlier?

Dr. Okamura: It's too soon to tell.

Brad: Well, there were no signs of it during our last visit.

Dr. Okamura: I'm afraid it can occur without any warning.

Victoria: Well, right now I just--I just wanna know if my baby's okay.

Ji Min's voice: You've reached the office of Ji Min Kim. Leave a message after the tone and I'll get back to you.

Jack: Hey, it's Jack. I assume you're still with Victor. I'm very eager to hear about the details of his little, uh, business venture. Uh, call me and we can strategize. Oh, by the way, this should lower your blood pressure. If he had even the slightest suspicion about either one of us, he wouldn't wanna work with you.

Victor: Well, now I hope that we haven't ruined your plans.

Ji Min: It's all right. Jill can handle the call.

Victor: Oh, I was talking about your plans with your boss.

Ji Min: I don't have a boss.

Michael: He means Jack, or should I say, puppet-master?

Ji Min: Your accusations are baseless.

Michael: Oh, you won't say that once we show you this.

Ji Min: I own this company and I'm tired of you saying otherwise. I don't know what else I can say to convince you.

Victor: Look at it and then explain it to me.

Jack: Hey, Buddy.

Daniel: Hey.

Jack: We need to have a little talk about your work.

Daniel: Is it my performance evaluation? 'Cause I already decided to start coming in 15 minutes early.

Jack: I just heard from the I.T. department. They thought I might wanna handle this. They informed me that you've been looking at porn on the company computer.

Daniel: That's ridiculous. I mean, the only thing I use these computers for is to check my e-mail or study.

Jack: Daniel, they double checked the server. You were definitely logged in when this happened.

Daniel: You know, I know I'm supposed to, but I never log off when I leave the computer. Some jerk could've come along and just gone x-rated surfing while I was away.

Jack: You've got to be careful about this. Something like this comes down on you, there is no convincing them otherwise.

Daniel: I know. I guess it's kind of a wake-up call, huh? What, do you guys monitor everything that we do on the internet here?

Jack: That's the way it has to be. We deal with proprietary information.

Daniel: So I guess the only stuff that they wouldn't see is like, my term paper that was on a flash drive?

Jack: If you're on the company computer, they know it. The I.T. department monitors what you're viewing, no matter the source.

Daniel: Well, then I think I just bored some poor techie with a ten-page paper on stag-flation in the 1970s.

Jack: You might wanna warn the other guys in the mail room. This is not allowed.

Daniel: N.S.F.W. got it.

Jack: Get back to your studies. I wanna see your name on the Dean's list.

[Jack leaves the room and Lily comes in]

Lily: You are losing it, Daniel.

Daniel: Hey, Lily. What are you doing here?

Lily: You left your dinner on the counter. I didn't want you to starve.

Daniel: Oh, thank you! You are the best!

Lily: Well, you're lucky you married me then.

Daniel: How about I take you over to the coffeehouse and buy you a latte to say thank you?

Lily: More caffeine? Don't have to ask me twice.

Daniel: Why don't you save that energy for later?

Lily: Well, in that case, you should buy me more than a latte. How about some biscotti?

Daniel: Mmm. I'll buy you the whole jar. Ugh, I cannot wait to get out of here. This has been a long day.

Ben: Poll numbers are starting to rebound, Jack. You're only down 15 points.

Jack: Wow, is that all?

Ben: Hey, this is good news. You were down 20.

Jack: So why the sudden bump? I mean, nobody's seen the new ads.

Ben: The arrest is already off the front page and Nikki's bump and grind is still getting a ton of hits online.

Jack: Let's hope no one ever sees my videos.

Ben: Don't kid around. If you have any, she will find 'em.

Jack: I'm telling you, I am gonna fight for this position.

Ben: Jack, the best way to get people to forget about a scandal is to create another.

Jack: With your help, I may actually emerge from this unscathed.

Victor: Jack Abbott is going down. Which means you need to think about yourself.

Michael: Do you really wanna lose your job for Jack? I mean, is he worth your whole career?

Ji Min: There's nothing incriminating there.

Victor: If it becomes public knowledge that Jack Abbott owns Jabot, it will most likely be returned to Katherine Chancellor.

Michael: And with Jack legally prohibited from having anything to do with the company, you would be guilty of fraud.

Victor: If you come clean now, I'm certain Katherine Chancellor will want you to head up the company. You have proven yourself.

Ji Min: Well, all you've proven here is that House of Kim paid off its debts before purchasing Jabot. And if you're accusing me of financial solvency, Gentlemen, I'm guilty.

Victor: How did you get a hold of $250 million?

Ji Min: I'm sorry, Gentlemen, but I'm sure you'll understand that I can't discuss my financial transactions with you.

Michael: You don't have to. We know it was Jack. He bought House of Kim and he kept you on as a figurehead.

Victor: I gotta hand it to both of you. Pretty ingenious plan. Took us a while to figure it out.

Michael: You're a smart man. It would be a shame if you ended up penniless.

Ji Min: I'm touched by your concern.

Victor: I'll tell you what. I'll make sure that Katherine will keep you on as head of the company.

Michael: Yeah. She wouldn't wanna break up her executive team. You and Jill work together so well.

Ji Min: You know, you shouldn't make promises you can't keep, Mr. Newman.

Victor: You don't know me very well, do you? If I promise something, I'll keep it. You will not be prosecuted if you cooperate.

Ji Min: Well, even if your allegations were true, these are two privately held companies. This is hardly an Enron.

Michael: You know the D.A. in this town is by the book. He is is liable to press charges against everybody involved.

Victor: Ji Min, I know this is a very difficult decision to make. You think about it tonight. I want an answer by tomorrow morning. If I don't get it, the deal is off the table. You have a nice day.

J.T.: How's Victoria?

Brad: She told you not to come, J.T.

J.T.: She said I didn't have to. I wanted to. She sounded terrified.

Brad: They performed some tests and we're waiting for the results.

J.T.: I'm gonna check on her.

Brad: She's resting.

J.T.: Well, I'll just pop my head it. Maybe she's feeling better.

Brad: Go ahead.

Victoria: Hello.

J.T.: Hey. How you doing?

Victoria: Well...

Jack: So our best defense is to just keep going at Nikki until Election Day?

Ben: That's right. I favor a two-pronged approach. We go after Nikki until her numbers fall, and then right before the election, we do a series of positive spots about you.

Jack: It isn't enough that they hate her. They gotta like me.

Ben: The lesser of two evils won't get people to the polls, Jack. Now what we need is someone influential endorsing you. What--what about Victor? I mean, would he shoot a spot?

Jack: Well, he might, but that may do more harm than good.

Ben: Because he's married to Nikki.

Jack: Bingo.

Ben: Jack, I have never-- I have never worked for a candidate who was bankrolled by his opponent's husband. Is he trying to get her to leave him or what?

Jack: I know it sounds strange. It was Victor who encouraged me to get into this race in the first place. It wasn't until my campaign was up and running that Nikki even threw her hat in the ring.

Ben: You're sure he hasn't switched sides?

Jack: His support for me has been constant from day one. He backs me in the press. He's even tried to talk Nikki into jumping out of the race.

Ben: Makes me wonder what's in it for him? I mean, have you made this man any promises?

Jack: No, no, no, no back door deals. He's with me because we have the same vision for Clear Springs and that is his number one priority.

Victor: Bringing down Jack Abbott is my top priority and we're almost there.

Michael: Well, don't get your hopes up yet. Ji Min may remain loyal to Jack. He has no reason to trust us.

Victor: Don't you worry. Staying out of jail is a very powerful motivator.

Michael: Well, he may decide to warn Jack that we're onto him.

Victor: I've built a fortune on my ability to read people, Michael. Ji Min, I assure you, is far more interested in his own reputation and career than he is in protecting a co-conspirator.

Michael: Well... the fatal flaw in Jack's plan is that in the long run everyone is out for themselves.

Victor: Mm-hmm. Now he will feel what it's like when you're betrayed by someone you thought you could trust.

Jill: Well, there must've been some kind of miscommunication, because the L.A. office wasn't expecting to hear from us till tomorrow.

Ji Min: Well, I've been playing phone tag with them. Maybe they got confused about the schedule change.

Jill: Yeah. Well... aren't you the man of the hour? Victor and Michael and Jack all competing for your attention? You must be doing something right.

Ji Min: Well, it certainly was unexpected.

Jill: I really have to hand it to Jack, though, congratulating you like that. It can't be easy for him to acknowledge that you have done something he wasn't able to do. I never thought he'd approve of anyone whose last name wasn't Abbott running his father's company.

Ji Min: Well, it was a team effort.

Jill: You know, your outsider's perspective coupled with my in depth knowledge of Jabot-- that is an unbeatable combination. And obviously Victor thinks so, too. Or he wouldn't have wanted to do business with us.

Ji Min: Well, it wasn't a concrete offer, just something he'd like me to consider.

Jill: How about running it by me? Jim this is something that I've gotta... think about on my own.

Jill: Okay. Well, after you do that, why don't we get together for a drink?

Ji Min: Maybe. Although... I don't think I'll have the time tonight.

Kay: You are not the least bit concerned about your wife's safety?

Cane: Uh, trust me, there's nothing to worry about. Amber is one of the most resourceful women I've ever met.

[Amber lets herself into Kay's house and ransacks her front room and leaves the room just as Esther comes in the door]

Esther: Oh, my God!

Lily: This is really good, Daniel.

Daniel: Yeah?

Lily: Yeah.

Daniel: Are you sure? 'Cause I thought the part about OPEC was kinda confusing.

Lily: No, no, no, I think it's interesting. Oh, wait, you forgot to spell check.

Daniel: I'm gonna get us some more coffees.

Lily: Thanks. Hey, is page nine the end of it?

Daniel: No, ten.

[Lily finds the porn video in Daniel's backpack]

Cane: Thank you very much.

Kay: Well, I have to wonder what is keeping Amber.

Cane: She probably saw a cute pair of shoes in the window. Let me call her.

(Cell phone ringing)

Kay: Oh. Hello, Esther.

Esther: Mrs. C., there's been a break in.

Kay: What?

Esther: I heard this noise. I thought I set the alarm, but now I'm not sure.

Kay: Are you hurt?

Esther: I must've scared the burglar the police are on their way.

Kay: I'll be right there. I'll be right there. Stay calm.

Cane: What is it?

Kay: Uh, my home has been robbed.

Cane: What?

Amber: What? Was anything stolen?

Kay: Um, I don't know yet. Esther was so upset. I really have to be going.

Cane: We'll come with you.

Kay: Oh, thank you. All right.

Victoria: I'm thirsty. Would you mind going to the cafeteria and just get me some milk?

Brad: Sure. Sure. Of course.

Victoria: Oh, on second thought, would you make it chocolate milk?

Brad: You bet. You're still having cravings. That's a good sign, honey.

Victoria: This is taking too long. Hi.

Dr. Okamura: Hi.

Victoria: Do you have the results?

Dr. Okamura: Yes, uh... listen, I can wait for your husband to return.

Victoria: No, I need to know now.

J.T.: I'll wait outside.

Victoria: No. I want--I want you to stay.

Dr. Okamura: The ultrasound confirmed what I initially suspected in the examination. There's no fetal heartbeat. I'm sorry, Victoria. Your baby died in utero.

Victoria: My baby is gone? He's gone? Just... just like that?

Dr. Okamura: Usually when a woman miscarries in the first trimester, it's because the fetus has a severe genetic abnormality. This is not your fault.

Victoria: But I lost a child before. It must be me. It has to be me.

Dr. Okamura: I've examined you thoroughly. There are no underlying conditions preventing you from delivering a healthy, full-term baby.

Victoria: This... this can't be happening.

Dr. Okamura: We'll have to schedule a follow-up appointment. I'll give you some time. I'm very sorry for your loss.

Victoria: Oh...

J.T.: Hey...

Victoria: I...

J.T.: I'm here, all right?

Victoria: I was, um... I was thinking about... Patrick for a boy, or Connor. And, um... Rachel if it was a girl. I always liked Rachel. In fact, I named my favorite doll Rachel. She was, um... she was great. I couldn't get enough of her. She was so pretty. She had these big blue eyes. My mom said that... that I looked a lot like her. I loved her. I loved that doll.

J.T.: I bet you were a good mom.

Victoria: I wanted this baby so badly, J.T.

J.T.: I know. I know.

Daniel: Here's your coffee and one dipped biscotti. And you know I hear chocolate is an aphrodisiac.

Lily: So is it a good movie?

Daniel: What are you talking about?

Lily: "Backseat nirvana"? That's what turns you on, right?

Daniel: Um... Lily, I can explain--

Lily: No, no, no, don't worry about it. I get it. You need that to get yourself in the mood. It's too bad that I don't look like any of these girls.

Daniel: That was a joke.

Lily: Okay, here we go with all these jokes again.

Daniel: It was! It was a joke for Cane. I was at the video store and I saw that in the sale bin, so I grabbed it. It was 2 bucks. I thought that I'd get him back for getting you mad at me.

Lily: After all that's going on, you're thinking about getting Cane back?

Daniel: It was 2 bucks! It cost less than your latte!

Lily: Nice try.

Daniel: Okay, so you don't believe me?

Lily: No, I don't believe you. I'm not an idiot, Daniel! Looks like the joke is on me this time.

Kay: Well, um, nothing was taken.

Esther: I've searched the entire house. It looks like what that guy was gonna steal was in that bag.

Woman: Well, there's no sign of forced entry.

Kay: Well, how, uh... how in the world did he get in?

Woman: Usually a burglar enters through an open window or door.

Esther: Mrs. C., I didn't leave any of the windows open. I always lock the doors.

Kay: No one is blaming you, Esther, no one.

Esther: He ended up in the living room somehow.

Kay: Ah! A friend of mine was burglarized when she had her keys stolen. My purse! My keys are in there!

Amber: I'll get it. I'll get it for you. Don't--don't worry.

[Amber takes Kay's key out of her purse and puts it back into Kay's purse]

Cane: Have any other houses in the area been robbed?

Woman: Not recently.

Kay: Well, there was-- wasn't that--no. No, not this year, but last year, there were, like, two.

Amber: Here it is.

Kay: Oh, thank you very much. Ah, my keys!

Woman: We'll file a report. Call you if there are any leads.

Kay: Oh, thank you very much. Careful there. Well, if I'm going to be a crime victim, this is the way to do it. No one hurt. Nothing taken.

Amber: Yeah, but it could've ended badly. If Esther walked in the room one minute earlier...

Esther: My guardian angel must've been watching over me.

Amber: You know, this guy-- he knows how to get in and out without getting caught. What if he comes back in to finish the job, hmm? I mean, everyone in this house could be in danger.

Kay: No, no, no, no, I have a security system. That should be enough.

Cane: And you have me.

Kay: What?

Cane: My family comes first. So until they catch this guy, Amber and I are moving in.

Jill: Okay, there's a martini calling my name. And right next to it, there is a bourbon calling yours.

Ji Min: Oh, I wish I could join you.

Jill: But you're too busy? I understand.

Ji Min: Soon. I promise.

Jill: I'm gonna hold you to that.

Michael: Barkeep, a glass of your finest scotch and your best tequila.

Victor: We have a lot to celebrate, Michael Baldwin.

Michael: Well, I am searching for the appropriate toast for, uh, the well-deserved downfall of that man.

Jack: Victor, I'd love for you to meet my new campaign manager. Ben Hollander, Victor Newman and his attorney Michael Baldwin.

Victor: Hello, Ben.

Ben: Pleasure.

Michael: Ben. I've always heard that politics is showbiz for ugly people. You must feel like the understudy coming on after intermission.

Victor: I know you by reputation.

Ben: I know you the same way. It's nice to finally meet you.

Victor: Must be difficult to step into the middle of A... somewhat problematic campaign.

Ben: I like a challenge.

Jack: Ben has already proven himself invaluable.

Victor: Oh, yeah?

Ben: Yes, I've analyzed the race so far and I think I know how to reposition Jack's comeback.

Victor: I read the poll numbers. Must be difficult to bring them up in such a short time.

Ben: Jack tells me you're his biggest booster.

Victor: Oh, I think he'll be a great senator.

Ben: Oh. Then I hope you won't mind appearing in one of his campaign ads?

Victor: Well...

Michael: I would advise against it. With Nikki running, it could garner all the wrong kind of attention.

Victor: Yes, with due respect, I think its best we focus on the candidates.

Jack: You know, if I make all of the personal appearances that Ben has scheduled for me, I will probably shake the hand of every voter in the district anyway.

Ben: Yeah, well, if Jack performs well down the homestretch, we can win this thing.

Victor: I count on it.

Jack: I'm counting on it, too.

Victor: All right.

Jack: Good night, Gentlemen.

Michael: Good night.

Victor: Have a nice evening, Jack. Ben, nice meeting you.

Ben: It was a pleasure.

Michael: I almost feel sorry for him. Almost. To his last night of ignorance.

Victor: Jack doesn't have a clue, does he?

Michael: Mnh-mnh.

Victor: Cheers.

Brad: Chocolate milk, as requested.

J.T.: I'll wait outside.

Brad: Any news? What is it?

Victoria: Our baby didn't make it.

Next on "The Young and the Restless"...

Jack: Have you heard?

Nikki: Nicholas called. The people of the State of Wisconsin vs. Phyllis Newman.

Colleen: Write him an e-mail and pretend like you're some girl that scoped him out.

Lily: And see if he takes the bait.

Phyllis: We're going to trial. Michael's gonna get me off.

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