Y&R Transcript Tuesday 6/19/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 6/20/07 -- U.S.A.
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Jack: I think the meeting with the nurse's group went pretty well, don't you?
Ben: Advocating better pay for health care professionals can earn us a lot of votes.
Jack: So we making any headway in the polls?
Ben: Not yet. Tomorrow's debate could put us ahead.
Jack: No room for error, huh?
Ben: A Harvard grad, captain of the debate team, against Nikki Newman?
Jack: It's not gonna be that easy.
Ben: I'm not worried.
Jack: I'm glad one of us isn't.
Sharon: Where did you disappear to?
Phyllis: Karen almost walked in on you getting the camera. That's why I had to fake the back spasm.
Sharon: Oh, you had to do that again? Did she buy that?
Phyllis: She bought it. So much so she was icing my back for 20 minutes. You have anything juicy?
Sharon: Actually, come and take a look.
Phyllis: Oh, my God!
Sharon: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.
Phyllis: Are they...
Sharon: Mm-hmm! Can you believe this? I didn't expect we would get anything this good!
Phyllis: Oh, my God, this is rich! She is cheating on her husband with her campaign manager.
Phyllis: It's great!
Sharon: Who would've thought?
Phyllis: Oh, I'm sad that Karen walked in. We could've had a sex tape. You know how the press loves that.
Sharon: Yeah. And Nikki-- she reamed me for my behavior. What a crock!
Phyllis: I know! What led up to the kiss?
Sharon: I don't know. Let's find out. Oops. Went back too far.
[Phyllis and Sharon watch the video]
Jack: Maybe Phyllis was right. It's karma.
Phyllis: Yeah, definitely. We want to erase that. We don't want that to get into the wrong hands.
Jack: Payback for tricking Katherine into selling me Jabot.
Sharon: Wait, wait, hold on. I-I thought-- I thought that I heard Jack say...
Jack: Maybe Phyllis was right. It's karma. Payback for tricking Katherine into selling me Jabot.
Sharon: Jack owns Jabot?
Phyllis: Um... uh...
Phyllis: Uh, no, he just is stressed about the campaign, that's all.
Sharon: You knew about this?
Phyllis: Uh, let me-- let me just talk to you about this.
Sharon: I have to get going. I'm gonna be late for my luncheon.
Phyllis: Listen, he sold it back. He sold it back, Sharon.
Sharon: Phyllis, stay out of this. This is between me and my husband.
Man: Ms. Newman? Ms. Newman, your husband confirmed your divorce proceedings.
Victoria: He did?
Brad: No reason to hide it. Inquiring minds wanna know.
Victoria: I prefer to keep my private life private.
Man: Mr. Carlton, care to elaborate?
Brad: Well, the proceedings are underway. Our attorneys are handling the details. Ms. Newman has moved out of the home we shared.
Man: And where are you living?
Brad: Well, actually, that's a good question. Where do you want me to send your things? The Newman ranch or your boyfriend's loft?
Nikki: Mr. Carlton's question was intended to embarrass my family. But it seems that he's embarrassed himself. Which isn't too surprising, given his recent perjury charge.
Man: I got my sound byte.
Nikki: I would prefer if you quote me on the campaign only, not personal matters.
David: All right, let's wrap this up. Um, Mrs. Newman is addressing the junior league in a few minutes.
Nikki: Thank you.
J.T.: Well, you're a class act, man.
Brad: Hope you have a lot of storage space in your loft, J.T. this one comes with a ton of baggage.
Kevin: I put all of Garrett's stuff in a trash bag, threw it in a dumpster on the way to work.
Daniel: A dumpster far from your apartment, I hope.
Kevin: No, the one right outside the building.
Daniel: Dude, can you blame me for-- for being freaked out here?
Kevin: You're freaked? The guy kicked it in my apartment.
Daniel: Have you heard anything about the body?
Kevin: Not yet. Someone must've found him by now.
Daniel: Then why hasn't it been on the news?
Kevin: How should I know?
Daniel: Well, you know, that would be just great if he just disappeared and we never heard about him again.
Kevin: Yeah, well, I'm from the Murphy's law school of thought.
Daniel: Yeah. Me, too. And if finding a dead body isn't bad enough for one week, it's about to cause a whole bunch more problems with my marriage.
Amber: Okay, I-I can't-- I can't take it any longer. What's my surprise?
Cane: Grandma gave me a bonus today.
Cane: A check.
Amber: Well, how much?
Cane: I almost couldn't take it.
Amber: Well, what do you wanna buy with it, huh? Wanna buy some new clothes? Or--or how about a down payment on a new car, hmm? Or I saw the cutest pair of high heels in the mall the other day, with these little red--
Cane: But a proper honeymoon beats me in heels any day.
Amber: I knew there was a reason why I loved you.
Cane: I can't do it. I was gonna play a little joke on you.
Amber: What do you mean?
Cane: Do you remember that presentation that you sat through to get those tickets to go to Vegas?
Amber: What about it?
Cane: Well, I was gonna tell you that I, uh, was gonna buy the timeshare as a wedding present so that we could go on honeymoon there.
Amber: I hated that stupid timeshare.
Cane: But I wanted to sound legit, so I called them up to get all the details and guess what?
Cane: You have to guess. The outfit did not give away any tickets to Vegas.
Amber: Maybe whoever you talked to was new because I think I'd remember something like that.
Cane: Why don't you just admit it, love? You lied about where you got the tickets.
Amber: Yeah, you caught me. I lied.
Amber: Because I pawned my ring to buy the tickets.
Cane: Oh, Baby, you could've told me that. Come here. Come here.
Amber: You know, it was hard enough to give you your free trip to Vegas, never mind one that I paid for.
Cane: You know me pretty well, don't you?
Amber: Yeah, stubborn and relentless.
Cane: You forgot handsome.
Amber: Ah, that was always implied. If you'd known that I pawned something to go to Vegas, you would've never gone and we would've never been married.
Cane: Probably not.
Amber: Then what would you have ever done without me, huh?
Cane: You know, all this talk is making me think about that first night we had in the hotel. Hmm?
Amber: Quit it! We are in public!
Cane: You're my wife. I'm allowed.
Amber: Oh, says who?
Cane: The rules.
Amber: Oh, wait, aren't you supposed to be working?
Cane: I am... on my wife.
Cane: You know, I think that, uh... we should go back to the bedroom and figure this out. Huh?
Lily: I know that look.
Daniel: What look?
Lily: What did you do?
Daniel: It wasn't me, someone's been charging stuff on our credit card.
Lily: What? Are you kidding me? How did this happen?
Daniel: I think that whoever got a hold of the card used our account to get more information.
Lily: Okay, so what do we do now?
Daniel: Well, we're covered. The bank's gonna issue us new cards.
Lily: I can't believe this.
Daniel: Listen, the company wants us to go over all of our bills and make sure there aren't any more fraudulent charges, so are you free now?
Lily: Um... well, I was gonna run some errands.
Daniel: Well, the sooner the better. We don't want this to happen again.
Lily: Yeah. Yeah, you know what? You're right. This is--this is more important. I'll get the bills, okay? Hey... don't look so worried. It's not your fault, okay?
Ben: Okay, Gentlemen, this way.
Jack: So--so show me a fastball grip-- if you can't make me look competent, at least don't let me embarrass myself.
Cupano: All right, 4-seam fastball-- fingers a little apart, just over the seams.
Cupano: That way, when the ball comes out, you have resistance against it.
Jack: Got it.
Suppan: Yeah, just keep the fingers firm, wrist flexible. Just don't be stiff.
Jack: And if I can just clock this at 95 miles an hour, I can follow you guys to the World Series, right?
Hardy: 95? I think we can use one more, right, guys?
Suppan: Yeah, sure, I'll even throw in a personal training session.
Ben: He'll settle for throwing out a first pitch.
Suppan: Well, when it stops raining, we'll get you in the rotation.
Jack: You know what? I'll settle for a Brewer's cap and, uh, maybe a few autographs.
Hall: Tell you what, I'll trade you my hat for this shirt.
Jack: You got a deal.
Cupano: Oh, yeah, we brought you this autographed ball, too.
Hardy: And that ball is gonna bring you good luck in the election.
Phyllis: Oh, Jack, can I please talk to you?
Phyllis: Wait, you--you-- these are the Brewers!
Ben: Yeah, not now.
Phyllis: These are the Brewers!
Ben: Not now. Not now. Cameras everywhere.
Phyllis: Oh, my gosh, I'm a huge fan!
Ben: Jack, a little help? A little help?
Phyllis: Oh, my gosh! This is amazing! Jeff Suppan-- game four! World Series 2006! You know what I'm talking about!
Jack: Phyllis, not now.
Phyllis: Oh, my gosh! I love this! I'm so glad to have you part of our team!
Ben: Our team? Uh, hold on a second, okay?
Suppan: Thank you, thank you, fans like you make this all worthwhile.
Phyllis: Oh, sure. Chris--can I call you Chris?
Cupano: Of course.
Phyllis: Oh, he is the best left-handed pitcher in the entire league. You know this. You know this.
Hall: You paid her to say that.
Phyllis: Oh, my God!
Cupano: Is she your wife, Jack?
Ben: Not his wife. No.
Jack: No. No is the answer.
Phyllis: I'm so excited!
Ben: Yeah, you know what? We're on a tight schedule-- cameras. Let us do our job.
Phyllis: Bill, don't think I forgot about you! That pinch hit, go ahead single against Pittsburgh to win it! Come on, you know what I'm talking about! I could've kissed you!
Ben: Ah, she's joking.
Hall: I'll tell you what. How about a picture instead?
Phyllis: Oh, absolutely!
Ben: Uh, Phyllis, uh, listen, I'm sorry, guys. Uh, no, no, let's go.
Phyllis: Hey, you know what, Jack? J.J. should take you to the batting cages. His bat is on fire this year.
Ben: We're very busy.
Phyllis: One of the longest hitting streaks in all of Brewers history. Am I right, J.J.?
Hardy: I'd be happy to take you both.
Phyllis: Okay, I'd love to go!
Ben: Later, yeah.
Phyllis: All right, World Series 2007, guys!
Jack: All play and no work, that one.
Hardy: She can warm up with my anytime. I'm gonna need her name and number.
Ben: In your dreams.
Jack: Hey, let's pose for these guys. Here we are. All right. Two-fingered--there we go.
Hardy: You got it.
Kay: Bravo, my dear.
Nikki: Thank you.
Kay: You keep making speeches like that, and every political figure is gonna be asking you for advice.
Nikki: Ah, well...
David: I agree. It was an elegant speech.
Kay: Well, yes, of course. It was feisty and humorous-- a great deal like the candidate herself.
David: Well, she's one of a kind.
Nikki: Well, he's supposed to say stuff like that 'cause he's a campaign manager. You know, but you both have to stop it. You give me one more compliment. I will be insufferable, even for me. Honey, you okay?
Victoria: Yeah, I'm fine.
David: All right, look, um, why don't you meet me in five minutes, okay? We gotta start prepping you for the debate. I'll walk you out.
Nikki: All right, I'll be right there. Thank you. Thank you.
Kay: I'll call you.
Nikki: Thank you. What's going on?
Victoria: What do you think? Mom, I'm still married to the same person that I have come to despise more and more every day.
Nikki: What's happened now?
Victoria: It's okay. I can handle it. I'm fine. I'm fine. You go. You've got things to do. Go.
Nikki: It is despicable the way Brad has treated you. If I had any say in this, he would come out of this divorce with nothing.
Victoria: Mom... I can handle it.
Nikki: Oh... I'm being waved at. I'll see you later. Call me, okay?
Victoria: I will.
J.T.: I'll call you back. Thanks.
Victoria: So here are, uh, here are the addresses of the properties that Brad bought in Clear Springs. And this was the name of the company he used to buy them.
J.T.: What do you wanna know?
Victoria: Well, whether or not he has any other properties that I should know about and, um... I don't know, anything else you can dig up.
Brad: Hello, all.
Jack: Ooh, hide all the campaign secrets. We have an enemy amongst us.
Brad: Oh, that would be former enemy, Jacko. I'm here to get my "Jack Abbott for Senate" bumper sticker.
Ben: Are you kidding?
Jack: I don't think so. He doesn't have a sense of humor.
Brad: Take all the cracks you want, Jack. I'm still gonna vote for you.
Phyllis: You change loyalties more than your socks.
Jack: Hey, hey, hey, a vote's a vote.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Some come with consequences.
Jack: Maybe we better leave before somebody gets hurt.
Jack: So how does it feel? You're about to become a member of a very exclusive club-- a Newman divorcée.
Brad: Yeah, I can't wait. Let me know how I can be of service, Jack.
Jack: Ooh, that hostile, huh? Whatever happened to amicable divorces?
Brad: Mmm, impossible with a Newman.
Jack: That's why you sold me the real estate?
Brad: Wacky, huh? Whoever thought I'd consider you the lesser of two evils?
Jack: That's high praise, coming from you.
Brad: I expect a little in return. I did some campaigning for you earlier today.
Jack: Oh? How so?
Brad: Spoke to a reporter. I expect news of my divorce will be hitting the press any time now.
Jack: Bradley, I'm starting to like you.
Brad: Let me know what else I can do to further the cause.
Cane: I have to run. I have a meeting with my grandmother in the boardroom.
Amber: Go ahead. I will, uh, catch up with you in a bit.
Kevin: Okay, I did my part last night. How about you?
Amber: I hid the money in the Chancellor stables.
Kevin: The stables?
Amber: Where did you want me to put it? My bedroom? Esther's all over the place just dusting everything in sight.
Kevin: What about the stable hands?
Amber: I put it up in the loft. No reason they should go up there.
Kevin: No, no, no, there's still a chance. We have to get it buried now.
Amber: Tonight. Daniel is meeting us tonight.
Kevin: I wish we could just get it out of the way now!
Amber: You know what? You need to learn how to relax a little. After tonight, no one will ever know.
Lily: Well, most of these are pretty small charges.
Daniel: Yeah, we've got groceries, school bookstore, video hut...
Lily: Well, nothing looks fraudulent. Wait, what's $3.19 at Pete's Quick-Mart?
Daniel: That was the ice cream that I bought for you when you were cramming for your psych exam. Pete's is the only place that was open.
Lily: That's right. And you kept stealing all the chunks of cookie dough.
Daniel: No, I didn't.
Lily: Yes, you did. Next time get your own, please.
Daniel: Oh, here's kind of a large one for a poor married couple.
Lily: Oh, that was the, um, the watchband I bought you when your old one broke. Wait, here's something that we bought together.
Daniel: Ah... the way too expensive hand carved, bedside table.
Lily: Well, it was the only one that we both loved.
Karen: All right, you'll definitely be asked your opinion on highway improvements.
Nikki: Hey, I drive the same roads everybody else does. I know which ones need resurfacing.
David: You know, um, why don't I go over these questions with Nikki? You contact Jack and Ben. See if they have any more details regarding the debate format.
Karen: All right.
Nikki: Look, David--
David: Look, I just wanna--
Nikki: No, you go ahead.
David: You go first.
David: All right. I shouldn't have kissed you again.
Nikki: Well, I didn't exactly stop you.
David: I can't seem to help myself. Whenever I'm around you, I--
Nikki: I know, I know, I feel exactly the same way.
David: But I was being unprofessional.
Nikki: So was I.
David: I don't know what I was thinking.
Nikki: I don't know what I was thinking. Clearly not anything about my husband.
Sharon: Whatever you're doing, I have something to say that is more important.
Jack: Okay, you have my complete attention.
Sharon: Good, because you have some explaining to do.
Jack: Uh, you're gonna have to give me a little bit more to go on than that.
Sharon: You know, as much as I despise Phyllis, we both really want you to win this election.
Jack: Okay. And I appreciate the support.
Sharon: We have both caused you a lot of grief on your campaign, so we decided to put the nanny cam in Victor's office and see what we could get on your competition.
Jack: Wait, wait, wait, you two should not be taking risks like that.
Sharon: Well, we were careful.
Jack: Did you get anything good?
Sharon: Yeah, more than we expected.
Jack: So what is it I have to explain?
Sharon: You were on the tape, Jack, saying that you owned Jabot.
Jack: Oh, Sharon, look--
Sharon: And if that-- if that wasn't hard enough, you confided in Phyllis!
Jack: I bought Jabot back in September, before you and I were even married. I sold it back to Katherine only recently.
Sharon: I remember how heart sick you were over losing that company. I felt badly for you. I consoled you.
Jack: I wanted to tell you. The stakes were just too high.
Sharon: Oh, so you went and told the person who has the biggest mouth in town?
Jack: I only told Phyllis very recently.
Sharon: You trusted her. Jack, you trusted her, not me.
Jack: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I should've told you.
Sharon: Well, I appreciate the apology.
Jack: You think you can forgive me?
Sharon: I'm gonna have to. Didn't I do the same thing to you?
Jack: We gotta stop doing this. We have to be able to trust each other.
Sharon: Jack, what is a marriage without trust?
Jack: As long as we're talking about trust, I want you to know I am moving forward with the land I purchased in Clear Springs.
Sharon: I know I said that that was a good idea before, but I really think now you should reconsider.
Jack: Wait, why?
Sharon: It could hurt your campaign. You told the press you wanted to back out of that deal because you didn't want a conflict of interest.
Jack: Well, I'm just gonna have to take that chance.
Sharon: It's not worth it. What if somebody finds out?
Jack: My priorities have changed.
Sharon: Changed how?
Jack: I really wanna make a contribution politically, I do. I also have to look out for me. I spent half my life in the cosmetics industry. I've been looking for some time for a change. And this land development thing has lit a fire in me I can't explain.
Sharon: What if it costs you to lose the election?
Jack: Look, I could lose that anyway. I've already lost Jabot. I've already lost N.V.P. at least this way I'd still have Clear Springs.
Karen: All right, so you discussed the details of the debate with the camera crew?
Ben: Covered by four positions.
Phyllis: A single moderator, right?
Ben: He's the best.
Karen: Alright, look, all the questions would be submitted beforehand. Each candidate will have one minute to answer and 30 seconds for rebuttal, in case it's needed.
Phyllis: Oh, look, it's you again.
Brad: Nice to see you, too.
Phyllis: I'm sorry I can't say the same.
Brad: Oh, you hurt me, Phyl. Most women beg for a moment of my time.
Phyllis: Oh, wow, I'm a little sick right now.
Brad: Are these two ganging up on you, Karen?
Karen: Nothing I can't handle, at least for today. I'm spending the next couple of days in Madison, working out of our headquarters there.
Ben: Something we can do for you, Carlton?
Brad: Hmm? Just getting a refill. Am I interrupting something? A secret meeting?
Karen: Ben and I are working on opposing sides, remember?
Ben: Discussing debate details.
Karen: You know, David told me about the off the cuff remarks you made to that reporter about your ex-wife.
Brad: Word travels fast.
Karen: You're not doing Ms. Newman's campaign any good.
Brad: Well, I wouldn't sweat that. Nikki deflected like a pro. You and Mr. Chow have taught her well.
Phyllis: Speaking of David, shouldn't he be here discussing the debate with us?
Karen: He's working with Nikki.
Phyllis: Oh, I'm sure he is.
Nikki: Well, I can't thank you enough. No, your generosity has been so instrumental to my campaign. Well, after I'm elected, I look forward to a lunch up in Madison. Yeah. Yes, I'll call you. Thanks again, Marian.
David: Marian Hillbrent?
Nikki: The one and only.
David: Wow. Her support is huge.
Nikki: Her Wisconsin connections have been so, so invaluable. And my campaign just keeps getting stronger and I have you to thank for that.
Nikki: All right, look, if we're gonna stand this far apart from each other, I might was well go in the other room.
David: I know. It's crazy.
Nikki: Yeah, this can't go on anymore.
David: We're adults, right? I mean, we should be able to handle this.
Nikki: No more kissing. No more flirting.
David: Right. I work for you, that's all.
Nikki: And I'm married. My God, I mean, this is insane!
David: Right. Not to mention counterproductive.
Nikki: So, um... we just won't let it happen anymore, okay?
Nikki: You're all right with that?
David: Mm-hmm. I think it's the only sensible thing to do.
David: Right. Right.
Karen: David? We were waiting for you at the debate meeting. What did I miss here?
Amber: Looks like you backed the right candidate, Mrs. Chancellor.
Kay: Yes, well, Nikki does seem to be maintaining her lead, doesn't she?
Cane: And if she wins, it'll be a major boost for the project.
Amber: I am so proud of my husband for surpassing your expectations.
Kay: Yes. Hiring my grandson was one of the better decisions I've ever made.
Cane: I'm just glad to be part of it.
Amber: Oh, don't be so modest. Brag a little.
Kay: Well, you should take some of the credit, too.
Kay: Yes, of course, for keeping my grandson so... so happy.
Amber: That's so sweet. Thank you.
(Cell phone ringing)
Amber: Oh, excuse me!
Cane: So, uh, how come you haven't run for office?
Kevin: It's me.
Amber: Hey, good to hear from you. Um, how have you been?
Kevin: I take it you're not alone, but I thought you should know.
Amber: Know what?
Kevin: John Doe's been found. It's all over the news.
Amber: I think that we should leave him someplace he'll be found.
Daniel: Yes, okay, yes, I like this. Like where?
Amber: Like--like a parking lot or a mall or something.
Kevin: Oh, with the, uh, security cameras recording us for posterity? Smooth.
Daniel: We could disguise ourselves.
Kevin: And the car?
Amber: What about hospital?
Kevin: There is an alley behind the emergency entrance and there's no cameras there.
Daniel: I think I like the lake idea better.
Kevin: Well, great. Who's up for stealing a boat?
Amber: That was the boutique. Lauren found my spare set of keys in the parking lot.
Cane: There's a blonde joke in there somewhere.
Amber: Yeah, I'm gonna... I will be right back.
Cane: All right, Baby. Mmm.
Kay: Uh, did you play that little timeshare joke on your wife?
Cane: Yeah, but it turns out the joke was on me.
Kay: What do you mean?
Cane: Well, she lied to me about it.
Cane: Oh, but it's okay, because, uh, she had a good reason.
Kevin: The cops have released a description and they're asking anyone who might know this person to come forward.
Daniel: Wow, thank you so much for sharing that with me.
Kevin: We knew this was gonna happen. We left him out in the open.
Daniel: That is so cool.
Kevin: I can tell you're panicking.
Daniel: Oh, you got that right.
Kevin: I take it Lily is nearby?
Kevin: All right, Dude, just chill, okay? The guy wasn't in town long. I doubt anyone knows him well enough to miss him.
Daniel: If you say so.
Kevin: Daniel's with Lily. I can tell he's about to lose it.
Amber: Listen to me, John Does are found every day. You have to stay cool. It won't do you any good getting all worked up.
Daniel: Sure, it's no big deal, right?
Amber: Wait, don't say anything to your wife.
Daniel: Oh, I am way ahead of you on that one.
Amber: Okay. See you tonight to take care of the money, okay?
Daniel: Can't wait. Talk to you later.
Brad: What's that expression?
Victoria: Sweet revenge.
(Cell phone ringing)
J.T.: Hey, Frank, you dig up anything else on Carlton? So no other properties were acquired during the marriage? Well, it was worth a shot. Hey, what about those addresses I gave you? All right, I got 'em.
Nikki: This environmental material is very good. I like it.
Karen: We did a lot of research.
David: Yes, but if there's anything you want changed, let us know.
Nikki: Well, I think we can hit even harder on the global warming issue.
Nikki: Particularly its impact on Wisconsin.
Karen: I like that. Bring it closer to home.
Nikki: Yeah, I mean, the need to realized just how serious this is-- warmer winters, drier summers...
David: Longer, hotter and more frequent heat waves.
Nikki: Air pollutants alone can cause very severe health problems.
Karen: Look at that. You're already ahead of the game. A candidate who knows what she's talking about will convey a very clear message. And you've obviously done your homework.
Nikki: Well, it's a very important issue. I could talk for hours on this. You know, just the possibility that it could cut into the $13 billion tourist industry-- maybe that'll be enough to wake them up.
David: Would you like us to redraft this material?
Nikki: Oh, just punch it up a little bit with a few more facts. Then if I'm questioned, I wanna hit my audience right between the eyes. Scare the hell out of 'em.
Jack: You're dealing with the rural areas now. Anyone who says they can't make it to the polls, tell them we'll find someone to drive them. Oh, and by the way, thank you for everything you've done. You've been out there every single day. If I win this thing, it will be in large part because of you. Go get 'em.
Jack: Look, I'm sorry... for all of this.
Sharon: Well, don't look so worried. I'm still here, aren't I?
Phyllis: Hey. Sharon, what are you doing? What are you doing right now?
Sharon: I'm just deleting some very damaging video.
Phyllis: Damaging to whom?
Ben: Uh, would someone tell me what's going on?
Jack: My wife and Phyllis took it upon themselves to put a recording device in Victor's office. Unfortunately, it captured some, uh, unflattering material for me.
Sharon: But don't worry. It's gone. No one's ever gonna have to see it.
Ben: Are you two insane? Didn't I just get through telling you, no more scandals?
Phyllis: We didn't get caught, Ben.
Ben: That doesn't matter. The point is, you could've made things ten times worse!
Sharon: Or ten times better.
Jack: What else is in there?
Sharon: Nikki and David. Wait till you see this.
Brad: Am I the only one on this floor not campaigning?
Nikki: You have more nerve than brains. I can't believe you're showing your face here.
Brad: I work here.
Nikki: That can change.
Brad: Are you threatening me, Nikki? I could always go to the press with it.
Nikki: Oh, there's a novel idea. That's what you do with everything. How could you do that to Victoria?
Brad: I didn't do anything to Victoria but tell the truth. It would've come out sooner or later anyway.
David: You knew this would make things worse for her.
Brad: Were you in this conversation?
Nikki: Hey, don't talk to him that way!
Brad: Awfully defensive.
David: Lay off.
Nikki: You listen to me. I didn't say anything about your divorce because I-I was trying to avoid a public spectacle. But if you wanna talk about it with the press, you wanna air your grievances in the press, I will, too.
Brad: You know, you really are a piece of work. You blackmail me at your daughter's expense. And why? Because it would benefit you politically. Now you're coming to your daughter's defense, why? Because it benefits you-- politically. Well, I'm glad to see that you have so quickly learned the fine art of political flip-flopping. You wanna come after me, Nikki? You go for it. But you'll only end up hurting yourself and your daughter.
Jack: Speechless? I love this.
Phyllis: We knew you would.
Jack: I don't know what's gonna be worse-- the whole state of Wisconsin seeing this or Victor Newman seeing this.
Ben: How about none of the above?
Sharon: What are you talking about?
Ben: I'm talking about I think we should erase this.
Jack: Wait, why?
Ben: We're too close to the election. It could ruin everything.
Jack: I think this could work in my favor.
Phyllis: Absolutely, I agree with Jack. Listen, Nikki attacked him for his lack of family values. How can you even suggest erasing this?
Ben: Because it could be traced back to Jack.
Sharon: He had nothing to do with it.
Phyllis: Yeah, he'd have plausible deniability.
Ben: He knows about it now.
Jack: The only people that can verify that are in this room.
Ben: Jack, look, you hired me to manage your campaign. That means you listen to what I say!
Jack: You really want me to ignore that I saw this?
Ben: Yes, yes.
Jack: And just walk away from it?
Ben: Jack, this could cost you the election.
Daniel: I guess that's the last of 'em.
Lily: Yep. Now I know where all the money went.
Daniel: So I guess I should probably get going, huh?
Lily: Hey, you know what? I'm glad that we did this together. It was fun.
Daniel: It was fun? I really gotta get you out of the house more often.
Lily: You know what I mean.
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, I do.
Lily: I miss you.
Daniel: I miss you, too. Group hug?
(Cell phone ringing)
Daniel: Oh, this has gotta be your dad. Hello? Seriously? No, I would love that. I'll figure out a way to make it work. Yeah, thank you very much. He did? Well, that was very nice of him. Yeah, thank you, bye. I just got invited to attend a week long work seminar.
Lily: The one that was full?
Daniel: Yeah. Someone dropped out at the last minute.
Lily: Oh. So, uh, when are you leaving?
Daniel: I gotta leave tomorrow morning. I gotta be in Madison before 9:00 A.M. before the first session starts.
Lily: That's cool. I'm happy for you.
Daniel: Someone put in a good word for me.
Lily: Do you have any idea who?
Daniel: Funny enough, it was your dad. So he either really wants to help me or he really wants me away from you.
Lily: Well, I think we should give him the benefit of the doubt, so...
Daniel: Listen, can I see you when I get back? Or not. I mean, I don't wanna pressure you.
Lily: No, um, no, I know. You're not. Um... have you eaten?
Daniel: No, why?
Lily: Well, um, I could, you know, make us dinner if you wanna stay?
Daniel: I would love that.
Lily: Okay. And, um... you know, maybe you could spend the night or something? But just to sleep. Just sleeping.
Daniel: Sleeping is good. Sleeping is great.
Lily: Okay. It's settled then.
Amber: Where's Kay?
Cane: She had an appointment with the hairdressers. Did you get your keys?
Amber: Keys? Uh, yeah, Lauren found 'em. Anything interesting?
Cane: You haven't heard from your cousin, have you?
Amber: No, I didn't expect to. Not after he skipped out on the job interview.
Cane: But you don't think it's odd that... that he at least didn't call to say where he is?
Amber: No, he's flaky. Why all the questions? What's up?
Cane: A body was found-- male, about the same age, no I.D.
Amber: Wait, you... you---no! No, I... there's no way it could be Garrett.
Lily: So how about you pick out a DVD? And then I'll put in a frozen pizza and get us some drinks.
Daniel: Okay, what do you wanna watch?
Lily: Uh, a comedy?
Lily: Don't you dare say it.
Daniel: A chick flick?
Lily: I told you not to say it.
Daniel: Why not?
Lily: 'Cause I didn't ask you to stay so I could torture you for two hours. At least not this time anyway. I'm gonna but these away, okay?
(Cell phone ringing)
Daniel: Hey, Kev, it's me. Listen, uh, I gotta bail on you guys tonight.
Kevin: Dude, you can't. This is important.
Daniel: Lily asked me to spend the night.
Kevin: Well, tell her you have a prior commitment.
Daniel: I can't!
Kevin: You and Amber got me into this mess and you're gonna help me fix it.
Daniel: And I'm not gonna mess up this opportunity with my wife, okay? It doesn't take three people to dig a hole.
Kevin: I can't believe you! We're supposed to be in this together!
Daniel: I'm sorry. I will make it up to you. I promise.
Kevin: Oh, great, that's great. Well, you know what? The next time we're stuck with a stiff and thousands of dollars, I'll let you do all the leg work! Thanks for nothing!
Amber: This description doesn't sound anything like Garrett. Okay, John Doe's eyes are hazel, not brown. He is 6' tall, not 5'11".
Cane: It does explain his sudden disappearance.
Amber: You know what? Stop it! You are creeping me out!
Cane: I don't wanna upset you, but we should check it out. Don't you wanna know?
Amber: Yeah, I hope you're not suggesting that we--
Cane: That we go down to the morgue? Yes.
J.T.: Hey. I've got some news for you.
Victoria: Please tell me you have something on Brad.
J.T.: You're not gonna like it.
Victoria: Well, I already don't like him. What is it?
J.T.: Well, he sold all his Clear Springs properties to Jack Abbott.
Victoria: What?! What?! That jerk! When?!
J.T.: A few days ago.
Victoria: He did this on purpose. He knew--he knew how much this would upset me. He knew it!
J.T.: What are you gonna do?
Victoria: I'm gonna fight back. If he wants to play dirty, then bring it on.
Phyllis: Listen, I can upload this onto the internet. No one will ever know who taped it.
Ben: F.Y.I.-- people are going to wonder how that camera got into Victor's office.
Sharon: It could have been anyone who comes in here who has access.
Ben: Most likely someone in the office-- like Jack!
Sharon: There are hundreds of people who come in here.
Phyllis: Yeah, anybody who works here has access to Victor's office.
Jack: Let's do it.
Ben: It's a mistake, Jack.
Jack: I am behind in the polls. I need to do something drastic.
Ben: Let's hope it doesn't blow up in your face.
Phyllis: Last chance to back out.
Jack: Upload it. Let's give the good people of Wisconsin a reality show they can really enjoy.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
David: You think I'm still on Jack's payroll?
Kay: Are you?
Kevin: We're going.
Daniel: I'm not going. No.
Kevin: We're going to bury the money now. Let's go.
Cane: I know what's going on.
Amber: You do?
Victoria: I'm furious! How could you do this?!
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