Y&R Transcript Monday 6/25/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 6/26/07 -- USA
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Kay: You're still ahead of Jack. Uh, you are now looking at the next great senator from the state of Wisconsin.
David: Nobody should've underestimated you.
Nikki: Well, let's not pop any corks yet. It's not official.
Kay: Oh, come on, heaven all that petty slandering. They see the big picture. And they know how well you're going to do for them.
Karen: All right, the polls are about to close. We should start getting initial results in soon.
Kay: Do you want me to turn the volume up?
David: No, no, that's okay. Our--our, um, staff at the polling sites will get the results faster. They'll be updating us from every precinct in the district.
Karen: All right, you run point on e-mail. Carla's gonna call me directly.
(Cell phone ringing)
Karen: What have you got? The latest exit polls are in.
Ben: All right, Nikki's maintaining her lead
Phyllis: The exit polls have a huge margin for error.
Sharon: Exactly. Why get upset when the ballots haven't even been counted?
Jack: They've got a 4% margin of error and exit polls are a good gauge.
Ben: What's the numbers?
Jack: What are they getting from the interviews?
Ben: All right, the non-urban areas are relating to Nikki's humble beginnings.
Phyllis: Humble? She doesn't know the meaning of the word modesty.
Jack: Unfortunately, my appearing unethical is hurting me more than Nikki's indiscretions.
Phyllis: Wait a second! You deserve this senate seat. You have been committed to making a difference for the people ever since you started this race. You have the experience and the ability to do so. You are not losing to Nikki.
Ben: All right, look, her metro push was a younger demographic, which explains why cities were skewing to her early on.
Jack: So exit polls aren't taking into account the older voters who are voting on their way home from work? You were saying?
Phyllis: The race isn't over.
Logan: All right. I've got three signal fires going. Heavy on the leaves for extra smoke.
Nick: The law of threes. Universal signal of distress.
Logan: You really were a boy scout.
Nick: Yeah. All right... let's redress this. Let's get out of here.
Logan: Okay, let's ask a certified medical professional. Let's see... walk miles, rugged terrain and steep embankments? Yeah, uh, nope. Not ready.
Nick: I'm not just gonna sit here.
Logan: Okay, stand there. I'll be back. Stop it! Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Hey, hey.
Kevin's voice: "J -- just 'cause we're talking again doesn't mean I forgive you. Do you know what it feels like knowing you're about to die? Knowing that the person you love the most did this to you? I can't tell you how many times I've wished that feeling upon you. I wanted you to experience the same agony. I'd give anything to just be able to forget about you. But I can't. I don't know why, but I can't stop thinking about the way you broke down earlier. Crazy as it seems, I wanted to make sure you were okay. Call me.
(Cell phone ringing)
Jana: Colleen? It's Jana.
Colleen: Why are you calling me? What--what could you possibly want?
Jana: Shh! Just--just listen, okay, for Kevin's sake.
Colleen: For Kevin? What did you do to him? Is he okay?
Jana: You tell me.
Jana: I wanted to apologize. I... Colleen, I never meant to hurt you. I wish I could take it all back.
Colleen: You're crazy. What does that mean for Kevin's sake?
Jana: Has he moved on? Does he have a girlfriend?
Colleen: Is he in danger?
Jana: No! God, no! I would never hurt him again. I love him. That's why I need your help.
Colleen: Oh, my God! I would never help you! Never!
Jana: No, please!
Colleen: In fact, you can just rot in hell!
Jana: Colleen, don't hang up, please! Um--um, take down my number.
Nikki: Five points is too close of a lead.
David: It's still a lead. And we are ahead in the rural vote.
Nikki: Yeah, but we lost in Geneva. We lost in Troy. I was projected to win there.
Karen: The staff's reporting a large number of people voting late in those precincts. And when polled, they said that they decided to vote against you once they heard about your alleged affair with your campaign manager.
(Cell phone ringing)
Nikki: I know it was stupid. I know I could lose everything. I don't need to hear it again.
Kay: I wasn't going to say a word.
Nikki: Oh, really? This is not about Victor or David. This is about what I can do for the people. I mean, I truly care about their issues. I'm not some ambitious politician who's just gonna forget their campaign promises the minute they're elected.
Kay: Darling, Darling, you don't have to convince me. I know you're the best person for the job.
Nikki: I have to beat Jack. I have to, for everyone's sake.
David: Jack's strategy may have backfired, folks.
Ben: What's that? All right, the late votes are still being tallied, all right? But there's additional polling, you're not gonna like it.
Jack: "Jack Abbott resorted to dirty tricks. Anyone who knows politics knows he had something to do with the numerous media attacks on Mrs. Newman's private life. I'm disgusted by his negative campaign."
Ben: Numerous exit interviews are shifting to that viewpoint, Jack. I wanted you to crunch those numbers and get back to me as soon as you can.
Jack: I went too far. I blew it. We went too far.
Sharon: Jack... that is not true. You still have a great shot of winning this campaign.
Ben: Hey! They're going after Nikki just as hard.
Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, yeah, listen to this, listen to this. "Nikki Newman set the tone for this campaign. She has made personal attacks on the candidate from the beginning. She's brought this down to a level of disgust. We, the people of Wisconsin, deserve better."
Jack: So what are they projecting from that sample?
Ben: Voters turned off by both campaigns will negate each other. All right, now... you got, uh... we got new official numbers coming in right now. Your metro count is on the rise.
Jack: How much?
Ben: You are up 2% from before. You're gaining on her.
Victoria: Hey. Thanks for calling me before you went incommunicado. I hate when you go on these stakeouts. How's that for whiny? Take out for Victoria Newman? I'm just gonna go ahead and blame that on the hormones. And, no, by the way, the morning sickness has not subsided. Let's get real, they should just call it all day sickness. Anyway, it's distracting me from my mom's election. Am I rambling? I think I'm rambling, so... I guess I'm just a little nervous on her behalf, so I'm gonna go now. And, um, I'll see you at home. Soon, okay? Bye.
Korbel: Let me guess, uh, take-out, huh?
Victoria: Yeah. Take-out. Good call.
Korbel: Well, you are always on the run these days.
Victoria: I am. Actually, I have been meaning to call you. I've been thinking that with-- with Jack owning those properties, there could be repercussions for the restoration project.
Korbel: Well, we've got time to figure it out. I'm patient.
Victoria: Well, that's good. I've been a little distracted, you know, with my personal life being splashed all over the media.
Korbel: At least it leaves nothing to be exposed later on.
Victoria: You going somewhere?
Korbel: Yeah, I am meeting Colleen. We are a regular Matalin and Carville. She supports her uncle, I support Nikki and our little project.
Victoria: Well, try not to let politics come between you.
Korbel: Yeah, we've been through worse. See ya.
Victoria: See ya.
Colleen: Oh, my God, Kevin, Jana just called me.
Kevin: What? Why?
Colleen: I don't know. It just--it made me sick. It made me sick just to hear her voice. I could just hear her-- I didn't know what to say. She asked about you--
Kevin: Okay, slow down, slow down, slow down.
Colleen: I didn't know what to say. No, I called Paul. He didn't answer. I left him a voice mail.
Kevin: Okay, he's probably working.
Colleen: Oh, my gosh, it just made me sick. It just made me feel like I was locked in that refrigerator all over again. It just--I could hear her. I could hear her just saying that I was gonna die. I could just hear it all over again.
Kevin: Okay, listen, listen, listen, she's never gonna lay a hand on you again, okay?
Colleen: Kevin, I'm just scared. You have to hear. You had to hear what she was saying. Just the way that she was talking about you. She kept saying-- she kept saying, "For Kevin's sake. For Kevin's sake."
Kevin: Did she say where she was?
Colleen: No, she, um, she gave me a phone number, though.
Kevin: She gave you a phone number?
Colleen: Yeah, she said it was untraceable.
Kevin: Uh, yeah, she pulled the same line on me. You want a drink?
Colleen: You talked to her?
Kevin: Yeah, a couple times.
Kevin: Uh, recently. You know, it was an I.M. and a text and then--and then she called earlier today.
Colleen: Kevin, why didn't you tell me this?
Kevin: Because I didn't want you to freak out.
Colleen: Well, yeah, well, hey, it's a little late for that! Why isn't this freaking you out?
Kevin: I'm glad this is happening. It's the only way we're gonna find her.
Kevin: Okay, Paul contacted my service provider and they're gonna trace the call, right? They can do the same thing with your phone. Did she say if she would call again?
Colleen: Well, she made it sound like we're gonna speak again, but she said that the phone was a throwaway.
Kevin: If she makes a mistake, it's gonna be emotional.
Colleen: What are you talking about?
Kevin: I keep telling her that as much as I hate her, I can't help but care about her.
Colleen: Are you insane? I'm serious, are you?
Colleen: Look, this girl is obsessed with you. This whole thing could blow up in your face, Kevin. She asked me if you had a girlfriend.
Kevin: Good! That's good! We can use that. If we convince her that my emotions and my--
Colleen: No, no, stop! We? There is no "We." Look, I... Kevin, I've been burned, literally, twice. I can't. I can't do it. I can't go back. I just can't.
Kevin: Colleen, I need you. You're the only person that can help me catch her.
Colleen: So you want to lure her to you?
Kevin: No, she'll never come back here. I wanna go to her. Convince her to tell me where she is.
Colleen: No, Kevin, you can't do that. You can't use yourself as bait. What if something happens?
Kevin: And what if it pays off? We have the advantage here 'cause we know what she's all about now. Colleen, I can't just let her roam free after what she's done to us. Don't you wanna see justice served?
Colleen: Yes, but not on your behalf.
Kevin: We have no real leads. No one has been able to find her. Except for the fact that she's calling us because of her feelings for me. That is the way that we're gonna get her, because that is what's keeping her around.
Colleen: Kevin, just listen to me. I have nightmares. I have panic attacks. I can't do it. I can't go back. I'm sorry, I just can't.
Kevin: Colleen... it's my fault that you were there. I have to do this for both of us. I can't have you worrying about this for the rest of your life.
Colleen: So you think that she'll buy into your whole feelings thing as long as I back it up?
Kevin: Well, it couldn't hurt. But I don't wanna make you uncomfortable. You've been through enough.
Colleen: And you haven't? Um... just... just give me a little time.
Nick: I have to get home to my family.
Logan: You will.
Nick: I have to get home to them now.
Logan: Much as I'd like to click my hiking shoes together three times and make that happen, you need to rest, heal get stronger and... eat.
Nick: What about you?
Logan: Stick to the subject. Sunflower seeds and lentils make a complete protein.
Nick: Are you eating?
Logan: I'm not hungry.
Nick: You're not hungry a lot. How much food do we have left? You're starving yourself for me, aren't you?
Logan: I am not starving.
Nick: Yes, you are. You're gonna be too weak to get us out of here.
Logan: I'm fine.
Nick: No, you're not. That's why you need to leave me here and go get help.
Logan: No! I'm not leaving you to die!
Karen: Excellent. All right, you got the majority of the absentee vote. It boosted you an entire point.
Nikki: It did?
Karen: One of the few things that video didn't affect.
Victoria: Hi! Oh, my gosh, Mom, I'm sorry it took me so long, but I heard you're ahead three points.
Kay: Oh, four.
Nikki: I am.
Victoria: Mom, that's great!
Nikki: Honey, I'm so glad you're here.
Karen: All right, I've got more numbers.
Ben: Troy, Lyons, Sugar Creek... the votes are going in your favor.
Karen: Jack's coming back.
Ben: It's giving you a huge surge. Ah, you're erasing her lead.
Karen: It's a virtual tie right now.
Ben: Genoa City is the last battleground.
David: It's been equally divided since the beginning of this race.
Ben: Exit polls gave Nikki a slight lead.
Karen: It's too close a margin to determine.
Ben: Official results are coming in. All right, they're factoring in the votes now.
Karen: With 98% of the precincts reporting?
Ben: The projected winner is? Jack Abbott!
Phyllis: Jack Abbott!
Ben: Jack Abbott.
Jack: I won?
Phyllis: Oh, my God!
Sharon: You won!
Jack: I won!
Sharon: We won! We won!
Jack: I won!
Nikki: I can't believe it's over. Just like that. Just like that.
Jack: Hiring you, my friend, is the best thing I ever did.
Ben: Can I quote you on my résumé?
Jack: You can quote me all you like, as my chief of staff. And you... you... I could never have done this without you.
Sharon: I'm so happy for you.
Jack: I won.
Sharon: You did. I knew you would.
Nikki: All that work. All that anticipation just... gone in an instant!
Victoria: Mom, you should be proud. It was a close race.
Karen: One of the closest I've seen in years.
Victoria: And you got your issues heard.
Kay: And they won't easily be forgotten. Jack's will be held to a higher standard because of that.
Nikki: Thank you all for everything. And the two you, my God... you worked so hard throughout the whole campaign.
Karen: Nikki, I hate to say this, but it's time to make the concession call.
Nikki: Oh, that should be fun. All right...
Ben: Okay, we gotta go. Your victory party awaits.
Jack: I was hoping she would call before... yep. Nikki? You ran a hell of a campaign.
Nikki: Thank you.
Jack: I was hoping you might congratulate me. I'd love to tell the press that you were gracious in defeat.
Jack: I am open to the two of us sitting together and discussing your political concerns.
Nikki: Well, that's something to chew on.
Jack: I think it would benefit both of us.
Nikki: Does he really think he's gonna make a difference? He played everybody in his business affairs. Why does he think that this is gonna be any different? I mean, for him it's not about the people. It's about the power.
Karen: You know, you'd better go over your concession speech.
Nikki: "We need to unite behind Senator Abbott, put our divisions behind us and support him--" I can't say this. I can't say it.
Karen: Nikki, I know it's hard, but you have to concede. It's part of the process.
Nikki: Well, I can do it without lying. The people need to know who they elected. They need to know about his special interests. They just need to know about it. I'm gonna tell them.
Victoria: Mom, do you really wanna come off that way? It'll sound petty.
Nikki: What do I care? It doesn't matter for me anymore. It's not about me.
David: All right, you know something? Nikki, you've earned the right to express your concerns about Jack's platform.
Nikki: Well, I have nothing to lose now. The people need to know who the real Jack Abbott is.
Kevin: Jana, Jana, don't hang up.
Jana: Colleen gave you my number?
Kevin: Isn't that what you wanted?
Jana: Yeah. I was hoping you'd call. I was so afraid you wouldn't after reading your I.M.
Kevin: I meant every word of it.
Jana: Kevin, I don't deserve a second chance.
Kevin: Jana, you don't deserve any chance. I don't even know why I'm talking to you.
Jana: Well, you are. Kevin... did Colleen tell you why I called?
Kevin: (Sighs) there's no one else.
Kevin: You know why.
Korbel: Oh, hey, I was just calling you.
Colleen: Oh. Um, where is everyone?
Korbel: They just left for the victory party.
Colleen: Oh, good, Jack won?
Korbel: Mm-hmm. I came by as they were leaving. I was hoping to find you.
Korbel: He said it was okay to stay.
Colleen: Sorry, I had to take care of something. A way to finally get Jana.
Korbel: What are you talking about?
Colleen: Well... she called me. I was terrified at first, but, uh...
Korbel: She called you? Why is she calling you?
Colleen: She wants to know about Kevin.
Korbel: Well, then she can call Kevin. Leave you out of it. Look, I don't... I don't want you talking to her on the phone. I don't want you anywhere near her, okay? She's--
Colleen: Adrian, don't worry. This is a good thing, okay?
Korbel: Okay, she tried to kill you. How is this a good thing?
Colleen: Because we can put her in jail where she belongs.
Korbel: Well, just leave it to the authorities, okay?
Colleen: Look, I called Paul and I left him a message. He contacted Kevin's service providers to try and trace calls. Maybe they can do that with mine.
Korbel: Wait, Kevin's been talking to her? Since when?
Colleen: Not very long. Look, she is still crazy in love with him. And he thinks that if we can make her believe that he feels the same way, maybe she'll let him know where she is.
Korbel: That is crazy.
Colleen: Well, you know what? I think that this might work.
Korbel: One word from Cassius and you're convinced?
Colleen: Okay, look, one, Jana is a tyrant. She is not my friend and I won't think twice about taking her down. In fact, it'll be my pleasure. Two, we have an opportunity to see justice done. Why wouldn't we see that through? Then I can go the rest of my life without having to worry about her.
Korbel: And what if your plan doesn't work out?
Colleen: I have nothing to lose.
Korbel: What about your life? Your safety? My sanity? Baby, please, you don't want me going crazy over this.
Colleen: I think you'll be fine. Look, honestly, I have to help Kevin. He's the only person who's been able to keep this investigation going. He is the only person who hasn't let her slip away. And she will if we don't do anything. Look, I think that it would be worse knowing that she's out there, free to do whatever she wants for the rest of my life.
Korbel: Please just stay out of this. Okay, it is too dangerous. Break off all contact with Jana. And if you don't do it for yourself, then do it for me. Please.
[Nikki is shown on TV]
Nikki: Thank you all for coming. Candidates enter the world of politics for different reasons. Some truly do want to help their constituents. Others are obsessed with power. But the only power we have to create change is to work together. I called Senator Abbott earlier, gave him my congratulations in his new role. And I also pledged to him any support that we can give him so that the citizens of Wisconsin will continue to be served during this transition. I wish Jack the very best in fulfilling his responsibilities. I know that he will do a lot of good for this state. I'd like you all to join me in a round of applause for our new state senator-- Jack Abbott.
Phyllis: Whoo! Yay!
Phyllis: Wow, I didn't expect that!
Jack: Well, that would make two of us.
Ben: Senator, you're up.
Jack: Oh, uh, come with me?
Sharon: No place I would rather be, Senator.
Jack: Excuse us. Thank you. Thank you very much. Listen, first of all, I would like to commend Nikki Newman on running a very challenging and passionate race. The time for rhetoric, the time for politics is over. She is no longer my opponent. Today we begin working together for the greater good. It is an opportunity for all of us to build a brighter future. And I promise you, I will do everything in my power to represent you with dignity and with pride.
Crowd: Whoo! Yeah!
Jack: I'd like to thank all of my volunteers, some of which are still out at the polling places. You did a wonderful job. I'd like to thank my staff, not the least of which is Ben Hollander, my campaign manager. The best in the business.
Phyllis: Yay, Ben!
Jack: I would also like to thank the people who did not vote for me. I'm serious. Listening to your concerns, hearing the things that trouble you, will help me to better serve you. I wanna thank my wife.
Jack: I simply could not have been here without her support. I'd like to thank the people who stood by me, who were there for me, who never gave up on me. I promise that you will not be sorry for your confidence in me. Last of all, and most of all, I would like thank the people that voted for me. My family and the state of Wisconsin go back a very long way. I am honored--deeply honored-- to have the opportunity to represent all of you in the statehouse. Thank you. Together, we can make a difference.
Phyllis: Yay, Jack Abbott! Whoo!
Logan: I have to check your wound again.
Nick: You just checked it.
Logan: Hey, why'd you say that earlier?
Nick: That you wouldn't leave me out here to die?
Logan: It's a thing called the Hippocratic oath.
Nick: No, that's... that's "Do no harm." And harm would be you not going to get help. So just help me understand this.
Logan: If I left and anything happened to you...
Nick: It wouldn't be your fault. You want that in writing?
Logan: Oh, to cover my butt for a malpractice suit? You think that's it?
Logan: I don't even practice medicine anymore.
Nick: Ow. Did you lose your license?
Nick: Then why?
Logan: If I wanted to tell you, I would have.
Nick: Maybe you want to, you just... you know, it hurts too bad to do it.
Logan: I'm not talking about this.
Nick: Well, unless you have a blackberry around here that's fully charged and you just forgot to tell me about it, I can't exactly Google you.
Logan: Oh, God, Nick, just leave me alone.
Nick: You got a family?
Nick: How about kids? Anybody you love who loves you?
Logan: They died, okay? In a car accident.
Nick: I'm sorry, I... I'm sorry. Were you there?
Logan: Yeah. We were on a picnic by the river. The boys weren't even fighting that day. We played Frisbee. And on the way home we sang "99 bottles of beer on the wall." Which is funny, because... we were hit by a drunk driver. So fast. We hit a tree. My husband, behind the wheel with a massive contusion and my little boy Alex was in the backseat hemorrhaging internally, staring up at me and trusting his mommy would save him. My big boy Ty went through the windshield. I could hear him calling for me, breathless from a perforated lung. His legs were broken. And I-I called back, "Mommy's coming." But my arm was pinned, so...
Nick: Hey... how can you blame yourself for that?
Logan: I had a knife from the picnic. I should've cut off my hand. They died because... of me.
Nick: They died because of a drunk driver.
Logan: Don't! Don't talk about what you don't know. I didn't save them. And that's not going to happen anymore. Oh, no...
Logan: There's some odor and discoloration.
Nick: It's infected?
Logan: It's a small area, but...
Nick: But it could get worse?
Nick: How much worse?
Nick: Like I could die, worse?
Logan: Yeah, we covered that ground.
Nick: Cover it again.
Logan: Change of plans. We need to get you to a hospital right now.
Logan: It's for a leg splint.
Nick: Now you're talking. So we splint my leg, grab whatever food we have left and, uh, fill your canteen. Let's go.
Logan: We can't. It's dark out.
Nick: You just said we had to leave.
Logan: We do... at first light. And only if you're capable of going. I'm checking your leg every hour all night.
Nick: What if it gets worse?
Logan: As long as there's no red line going up your leg, then it's not in your bloodstream. The safest thing is to wait.
Nick: Logan, Logan, just stop. Stop for one second. What if it gets in my bloodstream?
Logan: That's not going to happen.
Jack: I have my work cut out for me. Hey, there they are! Thank you so much for all the time and money you have given this campaign.
Colleen: Hello, Mr. Senator.
Jack: Look who's here!
Sharon: Thank you so much.
Colleen: Congratulations. I'm so sorry I didn't make it by the house earlier.
Jack: Oh, we were just sitting around being anxious. I'm glad you made the party.
Colleen: Um, Mom called. She said she couldn't get through.
Jack: I was on the phone with Ashley. I tried to click through to her. It didn't work.
Colleen: Well, she sends you a big hug.
Jack: Well, could I have the big hug?
Colleen: Of course, come here.
Ben: Hi. Uh, some people would like to meet you.
Sharon: Okay, sure.
Colleen: I'm so proud of you. Um, did you see where Adrian went?
Jack: Uh, no, I didn't.
Colleen: Oh, okay, well, I'll just--I'll be right back.
Colleen: All right.
Phyllis: Well, you're not having any fun at all, are you?
Jack: The feeling is indescribable.
Phyllis: Well, the people of Wisconsin are very, very lucky to have you as their senator.
Jack: Thank you for everything.
Phyllis: Absolutely. I mean, if an ex-wife can't help you with your campaign, what is she good for?
Jack: I'm sorry I didn't mention you earlier.
Phyllis: Oh, no, no. No problem. You have an image to uphold. I understand that. Listen, um, I just wanted to say congratulations. I have to take care of my daughter.
Ben: I'm sorry. They really wanna take some pictures of you and Sharon.
Phyllis: Absolutely. Duty calls. Go ahead.
Jack: Where am I looking? Right there?
Nikki: Thank you.
Karen: Sorry, no more interviews. Ms. Newman's done for the day.
Nikki: (Sighs) that took ten years off my life. Is it showing yet?
David: Of course not. You had a tremendous run, Nikki. I've never seen anything like it.
Nikki: Well, you have to say that.
David: No. I don't work for you anymore, remember? You almost won this race.
Nikki: Well, you know what they say, almost only counts in horseshoes.
David: And hand grenades.
Nikki: Yep. That's exactly what this feels like.
Kay: Stop it. You're boring a hole through your mother's head.
Victoria: I can't help it. I wanted her to win this election so bad.
Victoria: But I'm also angry at her. How could she-- how could she do this? How could she risk the election? Her marriage? Do you know how furious my father's gonna be?
Kay: Victoria, stop it. People make mistakes. Now your father hurt her by his leaving.
Victoria: I know. And she needed someone. I should've been there for her, but she turns to David. Why would she do that? She's too smart. She knew what was on the line.
Kay: Stop it. Come on. When your heart and your mind are on the same page, it doesn't matter what the stakes are.
Kevin: Colleen, I know it's a lot to think about and I wouldn't ask unless I thought you'd be safe. You know what? Give me a call when you get the message and, uh, let me know how you're feeling about everything.
(Knock on door)
Kevin: Hi. Can I help you?
Korbel: Yeah, you can stop using Colleen to look for Jana, 'cause I'm not gonna let it happen.
Kevin: Hello to you, too.
Korbel: I'm not gonna let Colleen be a part of any game you're playing with your ex.
Kevin: It's not a game. It's the best chance we have of getting her to make a mistake.
Korbel: You are playing with the emotions of a wanted killer.
Kevin: Look, I just have to get Jana to trust me. If that happens, then the cops--
Korbel: Leave it to the cops.
Kevin: The cops will give me a pat on the back. Look, her focus is entirely on me. All she wants from Colleen is-- is validation for my feelings. One or two phone calls--
Korbel: Not gonna happen. Hey, you do what you want alone, all right? But don't drag Colleen into this. No phone calls. No e-mails. No nothing. You get it?
Kevin: Don't you wanna see her brought to justice?
Korbel: It's too dangerous.
Kevin: More dangerous than letting her roam free?
Korbel: Yes. Yes, logically, she's not gonna come back here or she'll get thrown in jail.
Kevin: That's my goal. Look, if Colleen wants to help me, that is entirely up to her.
(Cell phone ringing)
Jana: Thanks for talking to Kevin for me.
Colleen: I didn't do it for you. You are a demented lunatic and as far as I'm concerned, you can burn in hell.
Jana: You have every right to feel that way about me. Colleen, you have no idea how much I regret what I've done.
Colleen: What is wrong with you? You know, Jana, you really make me sick.
Jana: What did Kevin say about me? Could you tell how he felt?
Colleen: He's just as sick as you are. And I guess that's why he can't get over you.
Jana: Did he say that?
Colleen: He sure did.
Nikki: Thank you both for supporting me through everything.
Kay: Oh, you don't have to thank us, Nikki. That's why we're here, for heaven sakes. It's been a very long day, so...
Nikki: Yeah, ranks right up there with the best of them.
Victoria: Mom, you're exhausted. Why don't you go home and get some rest?
Nikki: I just may do that. As much fun as this has been, I think I'm gonna call it a night.
David: Well, you're on my way, so I can give you a ride.
Karen: Oh! Do you ever stop?
David: What the hell are you talking about?
Karen: What do you mean, what the hell am I talking about? You have no respect! No respect, no self-control! You never have!
Kay: I do not think this is the time, nor the place.
Karen: No, if you hadn't have busted a move on her, she would be the one headed to the state capital instead of Jack Abbott. It's true.
Nikki: Hey, hey, all right, I'm a big girl. I knew what I was doing. It was my election to lose.
Kay: Do we really have to get into this now, people?
Victoria: It's been a long day, emotions are running high.
Karen: Look, even--even now, you are destructive and self-centered!
David: All right, you know something?
Karen: Even now, after you've ruined everything.
David: Why don't you keep your personal feelings to yourself, all right?
Karen: Oh, like you?! Do you think this is the first time he's ever done something like this?
David: Whoa! Wait a minute! That was a completely different situation and you are way outta line!
Karen: Oh, and you are way over it! Is there a line that you won't cross? He is the reason that you are not senator.
Jack: There she is.
Sharon: Mr. Senator, can I get a moment alone with you?
Jack: My number one constituent. Excuse me.
Sharon: How does it feel now that it's sunk in?
Jack: I don't know when I last felt this way before. It's like the whole thing just fell together-- you, my campaign. When I lost my dad, when I lost Jabot, I wondered if I'd ever be truly happy again.
Sharon: I wonder how your father would feel about you being a senator.
Jack: I have a feeling I might find out.
Nick: I think because of what happened to your family, making this decision is difficult for you.
Logan: The best medical decision is to wait.
Nick: Look, I need you to understand this. I have to try and get back to my family. If that means we leave at night, then that's what we're doing. But I'm not just gonna sit here and die without trying.
Logan: As soon as it's light.
Nick: No! Now! Help me with the splint!
Logan: Do you have any idea how painful that will be?
Nick: I don't care! I'm doing it! Let's go!
Logan: Nicholas, stop.
Nick: No! We leave now!
Logan: You can't go unless I lead you and I won't lead you until it's--
Nick: Do you hear that?
Logan: That's a plane.
Nick: Do you see it? Logan?!
Logan: I don't think so. It's gone.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Nikki: My husband won't be gone forever.
Sullivan: William knows who killed that woman in the Jabot case.
Logan: Any messages for anyone?
Nick: Tell my family... I really loved 'em.
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