Y&R Transcript Tuesday 6/12/07

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 6/12/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 6/13/07 -- U.S.A.

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Victoria: So... what are you hungry for?

Abby: May I have pancakes?

Brad: Uh, you could have one if you say please.

Abby: You said this was a special occasion.

Brad: Uh...

Abby: And I can have pancakes on special occasions.

Brad: No, no, Honey, I didn't say it was a special occasion. I said that we have something important to talk to you about. And by the way, I've called your mother and discussed it with her.

Abby: That is a special occasion.

Victoria: People usually think of special occasions as happy times. Um, but what we have to tell you isn't really something to be very happy about. I mean, I mean, um... its good--it's good that we've reached a decision.

Abby: About what?

Brad: Victoria and I are getting a divorce, which means...

Abby: I know what divorce means. Why?

Brad: We're just not happy being married to each other anymore.

Abby: Why not?

Victoria: We just don't make each other happy. I'm sorry. But we love you. We... we both love you. You make both of us very happy.

Brad: You're the happiest part of our lives.

Abby: I don't believe you.

Victoria: It's true. It's true. I'm really sorry that our divorce makes you so sad.

Abby: I hate you.

Brad: Hey, hey... Honey... its okay to be angry. It's not okay to say ugly things.

Abby: I hate you, too.

Ben: Phyllis, I wish you a speedy recovery, and I'm sorry you were injured, but, Jack, I wouldn't be doing my job if I didn't say the longer this living arrangement continues, the more ammunition we give Nikki to use against you.

Phyllis: Listen, it's not my fault that I hurt my spine.

Sharon: Yeah, Ben, she didn't do it on purpose.

Ben: I know that. I'm doing my job.

Phyllis: I keep on calling the doctor. He says, "Don’t get up. You could destroy your spine." I mean, he doesn't say, "Go ahead, take the chance of destroying your spine if it means that Nikki--"

Jack: Phyllis--Phyllis--

Phyllis: "Nikki will shut up about your living with Jack."

Jack: Ben--Ben--Ben, just back off, okay?

Sharon: Yeah, yeah, this isn't getting us anywhere.

Ben: It's a fact, not an accusation.

Jack: I have information that can do more damage than anything they might do with our current situation.

Ben: This odd situation.

Jack: Nikki may be having a thing with David Chow.

Ben: A "thing" thing?

Sharon: Her campaign manager?

Phyllis: Oh, my God.

Jack: I'm not making this up, folks.

Ben: No, you're not. It would be consistent with what I've got on Chow.

Sharon: Which is?

Ben: His third marriage fell apart because of an affair with Carmen Mesta. He's got a rep as a player. He gets around.

Phyllis: Can we prove that Nikki is seeing him?

Jack: I don't know how far their relationship has gone, but I do know it's serious enough that one of the more responsible members of her campaign staff has already warned him about this.

Sharon: Well, if the staff is worried, it's serious.

Ben: My mood has brightened, the sun has come out, and I see nasty headlines in Nikki's future.

David: So Jack Abbott says, "I don't know, I wasn't wearing pants."

Nikki: (Giggles)

Karen: If anyone on Jack's team heard that comment, it would be all over the news within minutes.

David: But nobody did hear it except us.

Karen: Look, guys, I think that your conversations are just getting a little too loose.

David: Oh, please.

Nikki: What do you mean, loose?

Karen: What I'm trying to say is that we're becoming too familiar with each other in casual conversation. And we've gotta be careful of that, otherwise we'll fall back into that familiarity in public.

David: Karen, you need to lighten up.

Nikki: No, she's right. I mean, we are very familiar with each other and we should be careful in public. She's got a point. And thanks to Jack's new living arrangements...

David: Two wives living under one roof?

Nikki: It's suddenly made me a traditional values candidate.

David: Now that is something I will definitely toast to.

Nikki: All right.

Kevin: Hey, you know, Amber's cousin left early for a change. I can't figure that guy out.

Daniel: What's to figure out? Just another one of the billions trying to hook up a job through a relative.

Kevin: Uh... I think there's something more going on with him. He's not being 100% straight with us.

Daniel: Well, I'm gonna leave the detective work up to you, 'cause in the meantime, I gotta try and figure out this phishing program that emptied out my bank account.

Kevin: Well, you contacted the bank, right?

Daniel: Yeah. They said they don't know how long it's gonna be. You know, they gotta do some investigating before they can replenish any of the funds. Listen, Kev, do you think it would be at all possible if maybe I could get, like, a short-term loan from you? You know, just until we get this figured out?

Kevin: Uh, sorry, Dude, I'm using credit cards to pay for finding Jana.

Daniel: Okay. Listen, Lily doesn't really know about any of this, so you just kind of avoid talking about it in front of her?

Kevin: You got it. I don't anything.

(Computer beeping)

Jana's voice: I miss you, Kev.

Kevin: Holy-- Daniel! Daniel, it's her! It's Jana! Um... miss me? You'd miss me more if I'd died like you'd planned.

Jana's voice: Sorry for that major screw up. Sorry, sorry.

Kevin: Kind of late for sorry, no?

Jana's voice: Never too late you must be tracking me now. I know you're so good with computers. But I'm on "borrowed" computer. Okay, stolen, so don't try to trace me.

Kevin: Not tracing you.

Jana's voice: Sure, you're not. Ha! Love you so much. Jana.

Kevin: I hope you-- damn it!

Amber: Mmm. You look so pretty in a tie.

Cane: Oh, pretty isn't really the look I'm going after. I'm kind of going for the competent professional managerial type.

Amber: Oh, well, you make me so hot with all your big words.

Cane: All right, baby, okay, I gotta go. I don't wanna blow the meeting.

Amber: Okay, well, you know how much I love you?

Cane: Okay.

Amber: Do you? I know--I know sometimes you think I'm just joking, but I hope you know that I'm not joking. I don't like being away from you even for a little bit.

Cane: All right, all right, I gotta go.

Amber: I miss you already.

Amber: Are you just gonna follow me around everywhere I go? Smarten up, Plum. You blew it by giving Cane the bogus number. Cousin, you are an embarrassment.

Plum: As embarrassing as your x-rated videos? Or as embarrassed as you'll be when I send them to your rich husband?

Amber: I hate you. I really hate you.

Plum: You'll get over it. So does Mr. Husband get to see these videos, or do you make sure I get a job from him?

Jack: Right. Just call my campaign headquarters. They'll take care of it. Thank you. So let me ask you something. Do you get the distinct impression David Chow doesn't think he needs to be careful with his private life?

Ben: Well, I know he doesn't. Despite the fact that his private screw-ups can hurt his candidate.

Sharon: Is he one of those people who thinks he'll never get caught?

Ben: Someone who likes almost getting caught.

Jack: I think it might serve us to use his indiscretions against Nikki.

Ben: Oh, I'm down with that.

Phyllis: All we need is one ex-lover who hates his guts.

Jack: I think this is worth spending some money on. I'm gonna hire somebody outside the campaign.

Ben: Would it be too much to ask for a photograph of him kissing your opponent?

Jack: Anything's possible.

Karen: Okay! We've got volunteers in every precinct except the sixth.

David: The sixth? No, I do have someone there. I helped her file for a zoning variance. I'll give her a call.

Nikki: Whoops! Look what I found.

David: Oh, éclairs! You are so naughty.

Nikki: Karen?

Karen: Oh, no, thanks.

Nikki: Oh, what I should do is hide these or I'm gonna eat them all.

Karen: Éclairs are David's favorite.

Nikki: I know.

Karen: Really? He told you that?

Nikki: Yeah, I guess so.

Karen: Well... in the heat of the campaign I guess you learn all kinds of things about the people you work with, huh?

Nikki: I don't think I like the sound of that.

Karen: Sorry?

Nikki: Well, you were intimating that there's something more than a professional relationship between David and me.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no, I was just-- I was just commenting. Why, are you saying that you do have more than a professional relationship with him?

Nikki: No. I'm saying that I hope my relationship with you is exactly as my relationship with David is--professional. I value his expertise and I enjoy working with him.

Karen: Okay.

Paul: Deiter77? How do you know it was her?

Kevin: No, the screen name doesn't mean anything. She deleted it right away. And she was on a stolen computer.

Paul: So why would she contact you?

Kevin: She's insane? I don't know.

Paul: "I miss you. I love you so much."

Kevin: I wanna get her.

Paul: Listen, Kevin, the worst thing you can do right now is get obsessed with her. I'm telling you from experience when a criminal says "I love you, I miss you," you wanna move. Change your address. Get a new phone number, get a new e-mail.

Kevin: No, no, I want her to contact me, Paul! I wanna find her!

Paul: Okay, look... I brought an invoice and some estimates. And hopefully, it will make you more realistic about what you're asking me to do.

Kevin: I'll find the money. I'm not walking away from this.

Daniel: Anyone home? Come on in. I still don't think this is a good idea-- you coming over here.

Amber: Well, I can't talk to you in public. I can't call you on your cell. This is just the best we can do for now, okay?

Daniel: So what is the emergency du jour?

Amber: Ha ha, very funny. Look, Plum needs--

Daniel: Plum! Plum! Yes, the cousin who's not even related to you. You know, you still haven't told me what this guy has on you.

Amber: Nothing.

Daniel: Then tell him to go play in traffic.

Amber: Nothing much.

Daniel: You're kidding me? It's that bad?

Amber: He just needs money, that's all.

Daniel: He needs money? You know what? That's funny because I need money. Kevin needs money. What makes Plum so special that he's broke?

Amber: Why do you need money?

Daniel: Because I got phished on the internet and somebody wiped out my account.

Amber: Well, did you report it to whoever you report that stuff to?

Daniel: The bank? Yeah, I reported it to the bank, but they're investigating it, so who knows how long it's gonna take.

Amber: How did this--

Daniel: How did it happen? I knew you were gonna ask me that. You know what? It happened with that lovely porn site that you hooked me up with.

Amber: Oh, I am sorry. Oh, God, I'm ruining your life.

Daniel: Pretty much, yeah.

Amber: Daniel, mean.

Daniel: Your words, not mine. But because you are such a good friend and you feel bad for me, you're gonna give me a temporary loan, right? So Lily doesn't have to find out about any of this?

Amber: I don't have access to a single dollar that has "Belongs to Chancellor estate" stamped on it, and that happens to be every single dollar they have.

Daniel: I cannot believe that I fell for a fake e-mail.

Amber: You know, people fall for fake stuff all the time. Wait, you know what? If Plum gets a job, this could work out for all of us.

Daniel: Why?

Amber: Because he'll be out of my face. He'll have money, so he can lend you whatever. Please help me with this.

Daniel: You want me to help him when I need help?

Amber: Silly, look, you have a job. You will be his reference.

Daniel: No, no, no, I won't.

Amber: It's in your best interest to do this for me.

Victoria: I'm sorry. I'm sorry that was so hard for Abby to hear about our divorce.

Brad: What did you expect?

Victoria: Well, I didn't expect all sweetness and light, I'm just expressing my sympathy for a child.

Brad: Got it. It's hard for me to talk about Abby right now, so if we could just move on? This figure's wrong.

Victoria: Fine. Fine. I'll give it back to the accountant. So are you available Tuesday morning to meet with the mediator to discuss the draft of our settlement? Or are you too busy with your perjury trial?

Brad: Tuesday's fine. There isn't going to be a perjury trial.

Victoria: This is news to me.

Brad: I cut a deal with the D.A.

Victoria: Can you talk about the terms?

Brad: I can, and would be happy to. In exchange for testifying against Phyllis, I'm granted immunity.

Victoria: Wow. The words "Teflon man" come to mind.

Brad: Gee, thanks for the congrats.

Victoria: So anyway, back to our settlement. Uh, my mom can be ready to close on your properties in Clear Springs before Tuesday, which takes our major issue off the table. She has the funding ready.

Brad: How nice for her.

Victoria: She'll pay current appraised value.

Brad: Interesting, but, uh, irrelevant. As part of the deal, I have to sell the properties for what they cost me.

Victoria: Well, that's great. She'll be happy to hear that.

Brad: I don't know if she'll be that happy. I'm not selling them to her.

Victoria: Do you want this divorce to go smoothly?

Brad: It is going smoothly.

Victoria: Don't waste my time. And don't play like you don't mind this blowing up in your face.

Brad: You asked about the terms of the deal. The agreement states that I can sell the properties or donate them to anyone I choose. Now it probably isn't a real stretch for you to figure out that I won't be selling them to anyone with the last name of Newman.

David: All right, where are the éclairs?

Nikki: I gave 'em to a delivery guy so I wouldn't be tempted.

David: Oh, thanks a lot.

Nikki: Hey! I'm sure the pastry shop will be happy to sell you their entire supply. Just don't bring 'em into this house.

David: Said the enabler to the éclair junkie.

Nikki: Hey, listen, I gotta ask you something.

David: What?

Nikki: Um... did you say something to Karen about... what we did?

David: About our kiss?

Nikki: Shh!

David: No, don't worry. Karen's not here. She went to get something to eat. She's tired of burgers. But absolutely not, I wouldn't say anything to her about the kiss. Why, did she say something?

Nikki: No, not directly. She just... she seems interested in our friendship.

David: Maybe because we're spending so much time together lately, it's professional jealousy. But I wouldn't worry about it. It's not as if we're gonna make the same mistake again, right?

Nikki: Right. Right. I know.

Sharon: Thank you! All right, listen to this. Mrs. Newman and Mr. Chow are in conference and Ms. Taylor says, um, that she had to take care of some stuff and pick up some decent food for a change.

Phyllis: Who talks that freely with a complete stranger?

Sharon: Well, she was a temp.

Ben: Yeah, well, I better make sure no one in our office speaks that freely.

Jack: Yeah.

Sharon: All right, this gave me an idea. Karen and I have always been very cordial to each other, so I'm gonna see if can chat her up.

Jack: Well, uh... you know, that might not be a bad idea. Thank you. See ya.

Sharon: Bye, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Bye.

Jack: Hey... how's the pain?

Phyllis: Oh... I'll survive, you know me.

Jack: That bad, huh?

Daniel: This is a stupid idea.

Amber: Oh, calm down.

Daniel: You tell me to calm down and you give me coffee?

Amber: Yours is decaf. It's simple, okay? I got a new cell phone for you. It's got a 212 area code, okay? I got a new one, too. And I'm having the bills for it sent to a P.O. Box. And so you and I can talk all the time. Yay! We can talk and our spouses won't be bothered by it. Anyway, Cane is going to call you on your cell phone, which is a 212 area code, and he's going to ask for George Faroudi. That's you. You say what a pleasure it was working with Plum and how he always acted responsibly and blah, blah, blah, all that stuff that people say when they do a really good job, you know? I wouldn't know. I've never gotten a good reference.

Daniel: Did Plum tell your husband what kind of business this was or what kind of work he did for this guy while he was employed by him?

Amber: Office work. Don't be too specific. He may ask. What are you doing here?

Cane: My meeting got postponed. So I'm taking a break. Kevin said you were out here, so I thought I'd bring you a cup of tea. So that's my excuse. What's yours?

Amber: Uh, we just ran into each other. It was a coincidence. What?!

Cane: So let me give you a little advice in case any of these coincidences happen again in the future. If you run into each other, you go in opposite directions. Do you understand?

Daniel: Okay.

Cane: Same theater? You go home, watch a DVD. Same restaurant? You go home hungry. If it's a parking lot, you move out of state.

Daniel: Understood.

Amber: We understand, okay?

Daniel: I gotta get back to work. It's been fun.

Amber: Um, oh, here. Um... it's Garrett's old boss in New York. It's his, uh, phone number. He'll give him a good reference. No, not now.

Cane: Why not?

Amber: Well, because he said something like, um, like, he has a big meeting and to call after 3:00.

Cane: It is after 3:00 in New York.

Amber: Central time. Um... so you might just wanna wait until 4:00 just to be safe.

Brad: I'll have to deal with that tomorrow. Yeah, but when I get into the office we'll--

Man: Brad? I just called your attorney and your wife wanted me to tell you as well, she froze your assets.

Brad: I have to call you back. She what?

Man: Your joint assets, I mean.

Brad: Do you know where she is?

Man: No, I don't.

Brad: I just spoke to your attorney. I know what you did. And it's not going to do anything except make things inconvenient for both of us.

J.T.: You need to check that message?

Victoria: No. It was Brad. And I can predict his reaction, so I'm just gonna give him some time to come around.

J.T.: Do I detect gloating?

Victoria: No. I'm far too sophisticated to gloat.

J.T.: Of course you are.

Victoria: However, I do feel whatever a sophisticated person feels when she has every reason to gloat. Can I get a sparkling mineral water, please?

J.T.: Two. Thanks. You know, this, um... this not gloating thing-- doesn't it call for more than mineral water?

Victoria: It's a little early for me.

J.T.: I'm not talking about drinking.

Victoria: I have a meeting that I already postponed once before.

J.T.: Cancel it.

Victoria: That wouldn't be very mature.

J.T.: You've already done the mature thing. You're not--you're not gloating, so, uh... now it's time to do something completely irresponsible.

Victoria: What'd you have in mind?

J.T.: Same thing you've got in mind.

Victoria: How do you know?

J.T.: Yeah, see? I was right.

Victoria: How do you know it wasn't just a lucky guess?

J.T.: I have mineral water at my place.

Paul: To tell you the truth, Jack, my plate is pretty full.

Jack: I'm not asking that much. Look, David Chow is behind these attack ads against me. All I'm looking for is a little leverage to stop him.

Paul: Okay, first of all, David Chow is Nikki's campaign manager. And as you well know, Nikki is a very close friend of mine.

Jack: I knew that going in. And I am not asking you to compromise Nikki in any way at all. But David Chow's dirty tricks could backfire. And if it's proven that he's breaking campaign laws, Nikki will be blamed.

Paul: All right, you'll get no inside campaign information. The man's history, that's it. Nothing more.

Jack: Thank you.

Nikki: "And while acknowledging Mr. Abbott's strengths as a businessman and entrepreneur, we think Mrs. Newman brings the same strengths to the legislature without the unresolved questions that shadow Mr. Abbott's recent business dealings and his current relationship with his former wife, who is facing extortion charges." Did you know that this endorsement was coming?

David: Yes, I did. I wanted to surprise you.

Nikki: Oh, my God! The interview went terribly. This editor was--

David: I know.

Nikki: Was horrible!

David: I know. You told me. So I spoke with her. She and I dated back in college.

Nikki: No kidding?

David: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: Well, lucky me! I get to take advantage of your former love life. Thanks.

Karen: Thanks.

Sharon: Well, I see that our candidates have one thing in common. They're sick of burgers.

Karen: We were getting pretty desperate.

Sharon: Yeah, you know, I really wish that this election were yesterday. I'm getting so tired of the campaigning.

Karen: You've got weeks to go, so...

Sharon: Plenty of time for lots of nasty things to be said about me and my husband.

Karen: You know, Sharon, you can't take it so personally.

Sharon: Yeah, how can I not?

Karen: In truth, I don't know. I just said that because it's what we say. I could never run for office for that very reason.

Sharon: Wow! What a confession!

Karen: Sorry.

Sharon: No, no, it's refreshing how honest you are. You know, I already like you and I don't even know you. Maybe in another lifetime, we would've been friends.

Karen: Well... in this lifetime, we can be. I don't take my work home. Well, not all the time. Especially when my friends are around. So if you ever feel the need to punch out one of my team members, just give me a call and I'll talk you down.

Sharon: Well, does it have to be someone from your team?

Karen: I guess not. See ya.

Sharon: See ya.

Phyllis: It's my pretty baby girl. Oh, it's a pretty baby girl. It's a pretty baby girl. Who's that? Who is it? What are you looking at? What you looking at, pretty girl? Okay... okay... oh, Sweetie. It's a pretty girl.

Daniel: So basically, our school expenses were just a little more than we planned for.

Phyllis: Hmm. You knew what your tuition fees were months ago.

Daniel: Um, yeah, but not for books and fees.

Phyllis: Oh.

Daniel: I mean, you can name your interest rate.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, I definitely can, I know. But I'm not really interested in that. I'm interested in you handling the responsibilities that you take on.

(Cell phone ringing)

Phyllis: Is that a new phone?

Daniel: Um, uh... I gotta take this call. Yeah?

Cane: Uh, Mr. George Faroudi, please.

Daniel: Uh, this is he.

Cane: Uh, Mr. Faroudi, my name is Cane Ashby. I'm calling about an employee that used to work for you.

Daniel: Uh-huh.

Cane: Garrett Meyers?

Daniel: Yeah, uh, Garrett, Garrett-- he was, uh, a good guy. I was sorry to see him go.

Cane: Uh, what were his responsibilities?

Daniel: He, uh, basically did everything around the office. You know, research, uh, you know, that kind of stuff. Anything we threw at him he could handle it. He had a good attitude. A good work ethic. I wish I had more guys like him working for me.

Cane: What's your field of employment? What do you do?

Daniel: Well, we're a tool-and-dye operation. You know, we do custom jobs. What's that? Uh, was it Mr. Ashby? Yeah, listen, I gotta take another call, right? You're not gonna go wrong with the guy. Tell him I said hello if you see him, okay? You got any other questions, you just call me.

Cane: Thank you. Um...

Phyllis: What was that about?

Daniel: Just... helping a friend.

Phyllis: Really? By pretending to be someone else? "We're a tool-and-dye operation."--What's that?

Daniel: It's a joke, Ma.

Phyllis: Daniel? You're lying to me.

Daniel: Come on!

Phyllis: No, you're lying to me. This is my fault.

Daniel: Okay, you know what? Don't get melodramatic.

Phyllis: No, that's what makes it so much worse.

Daniel: How about that loan?

Phyllis: I don't believe you when you tell me this is a practical joke. I don't believe you when you say you need money for school expenses. And I don't believe you're gonna tell me the truth. I'm not giving you a loan.

Paul: Well, as you know, I am a very busy private investigator, but I would love to volunteer in my spare time to help this campaign along.

Nikki: Terrific! What brought this on?

Paul: Well, uh... you know, you really can't complain about the state of the state unless you get involved. I love to complain, so...

Nikki: There you go. I like your attitude.

Paul: Thank you.

Nikki: Karen, David, this is Paul Williams. He is our latest volunteer.

Karen: Nice to meet you.

(Cell phone ringing)

Karen: Excuse me.

David: David Chow.

Paul: Nice to meet you.

Nikki: Paul is a private investigator. Nobody knows more about security than he does.

David: Well, in that case, it's nice to have you on the team.

Paul: Yeah, well, I've always followed politics and, uh, I'm looking forward to learning a lot from you.

(Knock on door)

(Knock on door)

Victoria: Did you hear that?

J.T.: What?

Victoria: Listen.

(Knock on door)

J.T.: What do you want?

Brad: Is Victoria here?

J.T.: No, she's not.

Brad: Oh, wait.

Victoria: Brad, stop!

Brad: You two deserve each other.

(Computer chimes)

Jana's voice: Miss me?

Kevin's voice: Like I miss poison.

Jana's voice: Like your humor.

Kevin's voice: Wasn't being funny.

Jana's voice: Don't be mean. Just wanna talk. Miss coffee shop. Miss our apartment. Loved it there. You still there?

Kevin's voice: Yeah.

Jana's voice: Remember planning trips with your atlas?

Kevin's voice: Yeah.

Jana's voice: Maybe we can still take a trip together some day. Gotta go.

Kevin's voice: Wait!

Kevin: Damn it!

Phyllis: Oh.

J.T.: I'm sorry he found us.

Victoria: Don't be sorry. It's probably better that he knows everything anyway.

J.T.: Well, then... I'm glad he found us in the shower.

Victoria: I'm serious. I'm really tired of hiding and I'm tired of--of secrets.

J.T.: Well, if you're happy, I'm happy. In fact, I'm gonna have a beer to celebrate.

Victoria: Okay. I'll pass.

J.T.: I wasn't gonna offer you any alcohol.

Victoria: Why not? You know? How do you know?

J.T.: I saw your pregnancy vitamins.

Victoria: Well, that was it. That was my last secret and now you know. I was just about to tell you.

J.T.: Well, I figured you would when you were ready.

Victoria: I can't believe you knew.

J.T.: Yeah, I've just been waiting to congratulate you.

Brad: Forget what I said about making sure the divorce goes smoothly and forget what I said about giving my wife anything she wants. I have no reason to compromise and definitely no reason to be generous.

Phyllis: Oh, huh? What?

Jack: I'm--I'm sorry. I didn't mean to wake you. I'm sorry.

Phyllis: Oh, no, no, I wasn't-- I wasn't really asleep. I was like...

Jack: Can I get you anything?

Phyllis: No, I'm fine. Thank you. You know, can you get me my phone? It's over there by the books.

Jack: Sure. What's this?

Phyllis: What's what?

Sharon: Phyllis... you were wrong, she didn't need changing.

Phyllis: Oh, my bad. Thanks for checking.

Sharon: That's okay.

Jack: Sharon, look at this. This is a camera. It's a little lens. Somebody has been recording everything here.

Phyllis: You don't think someone from Nikki's campaign put that there?

Jack: I am gonna let Ben handle this. This is a new low even for them. Ben? You are not gonna believe this.

Sharon: All right, look, I put it there, okay? I did.

Jack: What?

Phyllis: Why?

Sharon: Because I don't think that Phyllis is really injured!

Jack: I'll call you back, Ben.

Phyllis: You think I'm faking this?

Jack: What?

Phyllis: Okay, fine, watch it. Let's--let's look at it. See if I've been running around here. Here, put it in the computer! I can't believe this.

Sharon: I will. Give it to me.

Phyllis: I'm in pain.

Sharon: Let's watch it. Thank you.

Sharon: Okay...

Jack: I don't believe this.

Sharon: I... I apologize.

Phyllis: No, it's fine. Sharon, don't apologize. It's fine.

Jack: No, I think maybe you ought to.

Phyllis: No, no, she doesn't need to. Honestly, Jack, this is my fault. I've given Sharon every reason in the world not to believe me. I don't blame her. I don't blame you, Sharon. Honestly, I do not blame you. This reflects more on me than it does Sharon. I understand. I understand why you would mistrust me. And--and I regret that.

Jack: Well, I gotta say, you're being a lot more generous than I would be in your situation.

Phyllis: We're all gonna laugh about this one day.

Cane: Garrett, uh, your references checked out, mate. Your old boss had nothing but good things to say about you, so why don't you give me a call and we'll set up the interview? We'll make it official.

Amber: It worked, Daniel! He bought it! So don't sell your car yet, okay? Apparently, you were brilliant on the phone because... my husband is giving Plum a job interview. My cousin will not be a problem for me anymore.

Kevin: Hello, anybody home?! Daniel?

Kevin: Damn it. Uh...

(Knock on door)

Kevin: Come on, open the door. I gotta get in.

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

Lily: So you lied to me... again.

Daniel: I'm trying to change.

Sullivan: William, are you trying to tell me something?

Phyllis: I can't go home, Sharon. I can't go home.

Sharon: Stop, all right! Do you ever shut up?!

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