Y&R Transcript Tuesday 8/14/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 8/15/07 -- U.S.A.
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Heather: (Clears throat) your honor, with all due respect, we discussed this in chambers. Mr. Baldwin was well aware the time this verdict was scheduled to be delivered. It's time to let law enforcement step in.
Judge Chong: Last chance, Counsel.
Michael: Mrs. Newman's delay is due to her illness. I would like to move formally to have the reading of the verdict postponed until such time as she can appear in good health.
Judge Chong: Denied. You have one hour to produce your client or a doctor who will testify to her medical incapacity. Otherwise, I'll issue a bench for Mrs. Newman's arrest and hold you, Mr. Baldwin, in contempt of court. One hour.
Victoria: Oh! A present for me.
J.T.: No, no, it's for the baby.
Victoria: Really? Oh! Oh, it's so cute. Who's it from?
J.T.: What, you didn't know that knitting was one of my many hidden talents? All right, it's from my mom.
Victoria: Wow, that's so nice. I bet it'll be his or her favorite thing.
J.T.: You think they'll help us out in the pronoun department and actually tell us the sex of this baby?
Victoria: I don't know. I'm not sure I want to find out yet. Come on, let's go.
J.T.: All right.
Brad: Oh, good, you're here. Listen, we should consider outsourcing the tech jobs on the Velasco project. It'll help us meet the budget.
Victoria: Oh, that's already taken care of.
Brad: What are you talking about? I wasn't notified.
Victoria: Well, you're off the project. Maybe next time I'll send out a memo.
Kay: Cane, I'm going to the office. Can, uh, I give you a ride?
Cane: No, I'm done working for the day.
Kay: Something more important than, uh, the job?
Cane: Yeah, Amber. She's like the bloody Ebola virus-- sucks you dry from the inside out.
Amber: Hi. I'm calling about the job opening. Yeah, the receptionist position, yeah. Mm-hmm. Oh, oh, that's so great. That's so great. I can be there in about an hour for an interview. (Chuckles) that is so perfect. Oh, my name is Amber Ashby. No, I am not a convicted felon. It hasn't even gone to trial yet. You know what? I did not steal... are you listening? I... hello? Are ya there? Great.
Lauren: Do you really think she ran?
Michael: Don't you? She was terrified. Come on, pick up, pick up, pick up. Voice mail. Her phone is off.
Lauren: All right, so maybe her battery died.
Michael: I have no way of getting in touch with her. I'm so screwed.
Lauren: Is this judge really gonna put you in jail if she's a no-show?
Michael: (Laughs) oh, yes, indeed, and at this point, he would do it with great joy.
Nick: Four minutes and counting.
Daniel: You know, maybe we should try calling the hospitals.
Nick: We should call the police or the American consulate. All this extra hour did was give her more time to get away. 3 minutes and 30 seconds.
Daniel: Nick, seriously.
Nick: Daniel, she's not coming.
Phyllis: I'm here. Hey.
Sharon: You almost gave your lawyer a heart attack.
Jack: Hey, what the hell took you so long?
Phyllis: Um, well, you know, punctuality has never been my strong suit.
Nick: You know, they were gonna throw Michael in jail if you didn't show.
Daniel: Well, she's here now, so we can all relax.
Phyllis: I'm here. Right.
Jack: You know what? We'll take our seats. (Door closes)
Phyllis: Listen, I was driving. I got as far as Milwaukee, and then I had to stop. I couldn't take Summer away, and I couldn't leave my son.
Nick: I'm just glad you're here.
Michael: Oh, please, tell me I'm not dreaming.
Phyllis: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Nick: I'll see you in there.
Michael: All right, sorry later, courtroom now. Come, come, come.
Phyllis: Okay. Oh, Sweetie. It's all right. Oh, baby girl. She's fussing. I-I just--I--
Michael: No, no, no, you can't bring her. She can't bring her. You--
Lauren: Okay, well, I'll take her to day care. You can pick her up later. It's all right.
Phyllis: I mean, not if I'm in jail, I can't pick her up. Hey, Sweetie. Okay, wait, I just want to calm her down. I just want to calm her down.
Michael: Listen, Phyllis, we have to go in now, or we'll both end up in jail.
Lauren: It's okay. It's okay.
Phyllis: Okay, here.
Lauren: I got you, Sweetie.
Phyllis: She likes you.
J.T.: So are you sure you don't want to know the sex of the baby?
Victoria: I don't know. I don't know. I kind of keep going back and forth. I don't know if I want to find out.
J.T.: What, like, ever? 'Cause, uh, that could be a little bit of a challenge.
Victoria: No. No, I mean like, maybe, you know, once the baby's born.
J.T.: I guess, if you want to wait that long.
Victoria: But on the other hand, it would be kind of fun to know what we're having. That way we'd be able to buy clothes, know what color to decorate the nursery. I mean, we can always go with yellows and greens...
Victoria: Which I kind of prefer to pinks and blues anyway. But... I don't know, it'd be fun to know if we're having a boy or girl, wouldn't it?
J.T.: I couldn't agree with you more.
Victoria: Okay, let's find out.
J.T.: Yeah, let's find out.
Judge Chong: Defendant, please rise. In the case of the state of Wisconsin vs. Phyllis Newman, has the jury reached a verdict?
Woman: No, your honor.
Sharon: (Mouths words)
Judge Chong: Madame Forewoman, would you please tell me why the jury was not able to come up with a verdict?
Woman: Your honor, we had reached a verdict. But before we were brought into the courtroom, one of the jurors indicated she was no longer comfortable with our decision.
Michael: Defense moves for a mistrial.
Judge Chong: Let's take a brief recess. Counsel, remain. Bailiff, I'd like to interview the woman who changed her mind in my chambers. Who is that?
Judge Chong: All right. Take the others to the holding room, please. Dismissed. Thank you.
Amber: (Thinking) "Job listings, Genoa City."
Amber: (Thinking) come on! Doesn't anyone need a-- ooh! Maid listing at Genoa City Motel. Who knows what I'd find cleanin' those rooms. On second thought, maybe they won't care about my soon-to-be criminal record.
(Cell phone rings)
Cane: Hi, it's me.
Cane: I need to see you. It's important.
Amber: Oh, what's this about?
Cane: Just be at the house in an hour.
Dr. Okamura: Hear that?
J.T.: Is that-- the that the baby's heartbeat?
Victoria: (Chuckles) it's really fast.
Dr. Okamura: It's strong, and it's healthy.
Victoria: Oh, good.
Victoria: Good, good.
Dr. Okamura: How are you feeling? Any cramps?
Victoria: No, no cramps, just, you know, a little tired, but, uh, nothing I can't handle. Thank goodness the morning sickness is over, though.
Dr. Okamura: Hey, you guys want to know the sex of the baby?
J.T.: Yes. Yeah, yeah.
Victoria: Yes, yes, we do.
Victoria: Yeah, we do.
Dr. Okamura: Okay. You are having a--
Victoria: Wait! No, no, no, never mind. I--no.
Victoria: I changed my mind. I--you know what? I-I want to be surprised.
J.T.: Oh, well, Doc, whisper it to me, okay?
Victoria: No, no. No, no, no, don't tell him. No, don't do that, because you know what? He'll tell me. He'll tell me.
J.T.: I am--I am good at keeping secrets.
Victoria: No, you're not.
J.T.: All right, Doc, tell me.
Victoria: You're bad.
J.T.: Are you serious? That's fantastic. I've always wanted a--
J.T.: A baby. I've always wanted a baby.
Victoria: I'm gonna kill you.
J.T.: Hey, beg all you want, you're not getting it outta me.
Dr. Okamura: (Chuckles)
Judge Chong: I will hear arguments for and against mistrial. Mr. Baldwin.
Michael: Your honor, we have had a jury that's deliberated for days and cannot reach a verdict. And even when they say they have a verdict, there is not enough confidence to actually deliver it. Furthermore, the fact that one juror has experienced an 11th hour, 59th minute, I have to say, change of heart, smacks of pressure, threat, tampering and undue influence. Under the circumstances, justice demands that a mistrial be declared so that we may start anew.
Judge Chong: You make a valid case. Ms. Stevens?
Heather: Your honor, of course Mr. Baldwin would want a mistrial. He has seen our case. He's heard our evidence. He's uncovered our strategy. His client will be at a distinct advantage if this case were to be retried. Yes, the jury has deliberated for several days, but they're close. They're very close, 11 to 1 close. Give the system a chance to work. The state's position is that we give the jury the time they need to do their job.
Michael: But the potential for jury misconduct, your honor.
Judge Chong: Counselors... I've just interviewed the juror who changed her mind in my chambers. I'm quite satisfied that her change of heart was honest and not due to threat or coercion. I agree with the state. I will instruct the jury to continue deliberations until a verdict has been reached. Dismissed.
Phyllis: (Whispers) Michael, Michael, do you think it's 11 to 1 for acquittal or 11 to 1 for conviction?
Michael: Honestly, I don't know.
Sharon: I know that Phyllis is your friend, but I'm having a really hard time feeling any sympathy. If she gets convicted for extorting Brad, that's because it's exactly what she did.
Jack: I'm gonna stop by the office, try to get some work done. You want a lift?
Sharon: No, I think I'm gonna go to the gym and work off some of this frustration.
Jack: I'll call you if I hear anything.
Phyllis: Uh, hey, this is-- this is good news. Someone couldn't come to a decision. That's--that's good. That's... it makes room for, um...
Michael: Reasonable doubt.
Phyllis: Yeah, exactly. And--and that's a good thing, right?
Daniel: I don't know, Mom.
Lauren: I think it's a great thing.
Michael: It's certainly not bad.
Phyllis: Yeah. Well, you know, they were smiling at me. I mean, well, that one woman in the blue-- she was smiling at me. And, uh, and the guy who was wearing the glasses--he couldn't stop making eye contact with me. So come on. I mean, a jury that's smiling at me--it's gotta be 11 to 1 for acquittal, right?
Nick: Were they smiling?
Phyllis: Well, I mean, that one woman-- she was smiling the whole time, yeah. I mean, I had a better angle than you.
Lauren: Yeah, I-I saw her, definitely.
Michael: You guys are gonna drive yourselves crazy trying to interpret every gesture, look and flinch of the jury. You're not gonna know what they're thinking until they actually hand down their decision.
Phyllis: It could take hours, days, years, eons.
Daniel: Well, I think it could take years, but I don't know if the judge would let it go for eons.
Phyllis: I want to see my daughter.
Lauren: All right, let me take you.
Michael: No, no. You're not going anywhere. I'm sorry. You're not going anywhere until this is over.
Amber: (Gasps) excuse me. Loser section is out back by the dumpster.
Carson: I didn't see you back there.
Amber: Very funny.
Carson: So the definition of a loser isn't somebody who, uh, got dumped by their husband and committed multiple felonies?
Amber: Did I say you could sit down?
Carson: Look like you could use a friend.
Amber: If you wanted to be a friend, you would drop the trespassing charges you have against me.
Sharon: Thank you.
Brad: Hello. You here to celebrate Phyllis's conviction, too?
Sharon: Uh, no verdict yet.
Brad: What's with those jurors? I mean, w-what more do they need, a signed confession to go along with the videotape of her blackmailing me?
Sharon: Well, whatever they decide, I just hope they do it soon. She almost ran off with Summer this morning.
Brad: (Scoffs) why doesn't that surprise me? I'm okay, thanks.
Sharon: So what are you doing here in the middle of the day, anyway? You have a meeting?
Brad: A meeting? A meeting. Well, to have a-a meeting, that would mean that I would have to have some business to do, maybe a client or two. But Victoria has seen to it that I have neither.
Sharon: Sounds like you could use a round or two at the punching bag. You want to join me?
Brad: Sure. Sure. I'm just not sure whose, uh, face I should picture on the bag-- Victoria or Phyllis.
J.T.: Mm. Hmm.
Victoria: Let me see.
J.T.: No, no, I can't show you this. It might give it away too much.
Victoria: Oh, ugh, come on.
J.T.: Ah. No, I can't show you that one, either.
Victoria: It's not like I can even tell from a photograph.
J.T.: All right, all right. Here. That's a good one.
Victoria: Oh, yeah! Yeah, that one's going right on the fridge.
J.T.: Mm-hmm. Hey, I just bought a new set of headphones that's gonna fit nicely over your stomach. Because I was thinking it might be, uh, might be a good idea to introduce the kid to good music. Don't want to take any chances.
Victoria: (Laughs) I don't even think that he or she has ears yet.
J.T.: Well, uh, I was also thinking it's not too early to start picking out names. See, uh, summer was named for her mother's maiden name, and so was Fenmore, so what do you think about "Newman"?
Victoria: You're serious?
J.T.: I'm dead serious.
Victoria: You really want this kid to hate me, don't you?
J.T.: (Laughs) I'm kidding. I'm not--you think I'd really want to name the kid Newman?
J.T.: What do you think of "Sam"?
Victoria: Sam? I knew it. I knew you couldn't keep a secret. You blew it.
J.T.: No, Sam's... it's a guy or a girl, you know? Samantha, Samuel.
Victoria: Oh, okay. Very clever.
Victoria: But you'd better watch out. That was close.
J.T.: What about Lee or Alex or, uh... Cameron... Chico, other names like that.
Victoria: You're just gonna keep this up, aren't you? You're just gonna keep going.
J.T.: Yeah, yeah, you can count on it.
Phyllis: You know I was telling the truth earlier, right?
Nick: I don't know what to think anymore.
Phyllis: I would never take Summer away from you. I panicked.
Nick: I know. Part of me understands why you wanted to take off.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Nick: But then there's the other part of me that can't understand how you rationalize your behavior sometimes. You're unpredictable.
Phyllis: You used to love that about me.
Nick: It makes it difficult to trust you.
Phyllis: I came back. That counts for something, doesn't it?
Nick: It does. Don't ever take my daughter from me again, okay?
Phyllis: I promise.
Daniel: What did the judge say?
Michael: The jury's asking for some testimony to be read back.
Daniel: Whose testimony?
Daniel: Why would they want to hear Sharon's testimony?
Michael: I'm not exactly sure. Nikki and Brad's testimony cuts both ways. It'd make more sense if they asked for the videotape, the one piece of hard evidence against us.
Phyllis: Okay, is this good, bad, what? What is it?
Lauren: Well, maybe they're just trying to establish how credible Sharon was.
Phyllis: Oh, please.
Michael: Could be.
Nick: She sounded credible to me.
Daniel: What did she say?
Lauren: Oh, she, uh... you know, she just talked about the affair and some specific things that Phyllis said to her.
Phyllis: Which could have been interpreted many ways, right?
Nick: So we hope.
Daniel: I bet she enjoyed making you look bad.
Phyllis: Oh, yeah. I could feel the hole she was burning through my--
Nick: She didn't enjoy it.
Michael: All right, enough, enough. We can't be sure what point they're making with her testimony, and we don't know if it's good, bad, horrible or fantastic for the defense. The only thing we do know is that someone's mind is still not made up.
Lauren: Okay, and-- and that's a good thing.
Daniel: Yeah, you know, maybe someone's going all "12 angry men" in there and trying to change everyone's mind.
Michael: I'm hoping this has the A.D.A. spooked enough to offer a better deal-- one without jail time.
Nick: You can still do that?
Michael: Right up until the verdict is read.
Sharon: Oh, that was a great workout, huh? It was fun. Huh, no missed calls. Still waiting for the verdict.
Brad: Well, we'll hear something soon enough.
Sharon: So you've had a bad week.
Brad: Bad week, bad month. Yeah, actually, I've-- I've had a bad year, professionally and personally.
Sharon: You're an asset to that company, you know. And if they're not treating you right, maybe you should leave and just start your own business.
Brad: Are you kidding me? Give Victoria the satisfaction of forcing me out? I don't think so. I'll just, uh, sit around for a while and do nothing, collect my large salary.
Sharon: Why don't they fire you?
Brad: Too expensive. I have a very large severance package. If Victoria fires me, she'll have to pay it.
Sharon: Good for you.
Brad: And I still have my seat on the board, so, you know, I have a little power.
Sharon: How's, um, how's Victoria's pregnancy going?
Brad: Well, good, as far as I know... although the soon-to-be Mrs. Hellstrom hasn't really bothered to tell me anything.
J.T.: So I heard the, uh, verdict on Phyllis' trial is coming in today.
Victoria: Yeah, mm-hmm. Yeah. Well, you know, whatever happens, I support my brother fully. I told him that I'd be there for him, whatever he needs-- if he needs help with the baby or whatever.
J.T.: He's really lucky to have a sister like you.
Victoria: Well, this is the new version of me-- version 2.0. I'm fun, I'm happy, I'm... Brad-free...
Victoria: With a bright and shiny future.
J.T.: I like this version 2.0. She's got a devastatingly handsome boyfriend.
Cane: This shouldn't take too long.
Amber: What do you want?
Cane: Since we weren't married, I-- we don't have to go through the legal proceedings of a divorce, and I don't want you to be confused and think you're entitled to any of the family's things.
Amber: You know, I already told you I don't care about your money.
Cane: Good, then you won't mind signing this.
Amber: Does it say somewhere in here that I'm a horrible person, too?
Cane: It states that our marriage in Nevada was not legal, and therefore you're not entitled to any of the family's assets.
Amber: Is this what it'll take to win you back?
Cane: We are done. We are over. We are finished.
Amber: You know, you told me you hated me. I know. You told me that I was the most horrible person you've ever met. You used me for sex before going out with another girl. You humiliated me. You did everything you could possibly do to get even with me, and I am still here. Doesn't that tell you something?
Cane: It tells me you love my family's money more than you love yourself.
Amber: No, I love you.
Cane: Amber... you're a liar and a soon-to-be convicted felon, and I do not believe a single word that comes out of your mouth. Now are you gonna sign this or not?
Amber: You can do whatever you want to do to me. I won't stop loving you.
Cane: If you do not sign this, I will make sure that after you serve time in Wisconsin state penitentiary, that you'll be shipped to Nevada where you will face charges.
Amber: There. You happy?
Cane: I'm ecstatic.
Kay: Well, this is a surprise.
Amber: I-I was just leaving.
Kay: Uh... that's a good idea. Should I ask you to turn out your pockets first?
Amber: I didn't steal anything.
Kay: Uh, I should believe that because, uh...
Amber: Yeah, if you just let me explain--
Kay: Not necessary.
Amber: I made a mistake. Haven't you ever? And everyone deserves a second chance.
Kay: I know where you're coming from, Amber. And I understand that. That's why I understand you. I really do. But you're not the first young woman I have come across who thought she had to trick her way into getting what she wants.
Amber: I'm going. (Sniffles)
Kay: And for what it's worth, you're underestimating yourself. You have never fooled me for one moment, since the first day I met you. But that didn't stop me from liking you... in a sort of, uh, "Let's hide the silver" kind of way.
Kay: My wish for you, Amber, is that you go far enough away that Cane and Jill won't see you ever again.
Amber: I can't. I'm under indictment.
Kay: I can't help you with that, and I won't help you with that.
Kay: It's just, I'm so sorry.
Heather: Your client enjoying her last few hours of freedom?
Michael: (Chuckles) funny you think they'll convict her.
Heather: I have no doubt.
Michael: I think we're looking at a hung jury.
Heather: I think that you agree with me, and you'll do anything to make me think otherwise.
Michael: Wrong, but nice try. You know, Miss Stevens, you're an incredibly smart attorney. You do know that the longer they deliberate, the more likely it'll end in a deadlock.
Heather: 11 to 1 is hardly a deadlock.
Heather: The juror will come around.
Michael: Or... or perhaps that lone juror will convince a few others that she's right.
Heather: We'll have to wait and see.
Michael: Miss Stevens? Don't retry this case against me. I'll win, if I haven't already.
Heather: What are you and your nonsensical theories getting at, Counselor?
Michael: I want to make a deal-- community service, fines, whatever.
Heather: Any deal will include jail time.
Daniel: Um, listen, I gotta run over to work real fast. Um, are you gonna be cool?
Phyllis: Yeah. What are you doing for Jack?
Daniel: Kind of working for him right now. I got fired from Newman, and, uh...
Phyllis: Wait a second. Wait, wait. You got-- you got fired from Newman?
Daniel: Yeah, it's-- it's no big deal. Look, I'm sorry I didn't have a chance to tell you. I'll tell you all about it later. I gotta run.
Daniel: Mom, look, I'll be back for the verdict, okay?
Daniel: It's all good.
Phyllis: You fired my son?
Nick: Not me.
Phyllis: Not you, but you didn't do anything to stop it?
Nick: No, I didn't have a choice.
Phyllis: You didn't have a choice? Nick, your name is on the building. Of course you have a choice. How could you do this, after everything he's going through right now? Would it have killed you to cut him some slack?
Nick: You're acting like he just got my coffee order wrong.
Phyllis: Oh, okay. Well, what did he do that was so awful?
Nick: Well, let's see. He logged on to a pornographic site on the company's computer, and our server was hacked. They were able to get project files, personnel files, social security numbers, bank statements. He opened us up to a huge lawsuit-- financial risk, identity theft. And while we were spending thousands of dollars cleaning up his mess, what's he doing? He's moving a dead body around, stealing $700,000. So, yes, your son did get fired, but with good reason. Actions have consequences, and it's about time someone learned that.
Phyllis: Oh. Oh. Okay. I get it. And that someone is me, right? You want me to go to jail, don't you? You do. You want me to go to jail. You want to take my daughter away from me.
Nick: Phyllis, get serious. Of course I don't want that. But it's not gonna surprise me if it happens. You broke the law. Those kind of things have consequences.
Phyllis: Okay, I understand. So what you're saying is you don't want me to go to jail, but at the same time, I should learn about what I did or try to figure it out or whatever you're trying to say. Okay, I get it, I get it.
Nick: No, no, you don't get it. Phyllis, you could go to prison and be separated from your children. Did you ever stop to think about that while you were extorting Brad?
Sharon: How could Phyllis even think about leaving her son behind?
Brad: She's a terrible mother.
Sharon: Poor Daniel.
Brad: Kid never had a chance. And Summer... just a baby.
Sharon: You should have heard Jack on the phone with her when he thought she was running-- desperately trying to get her to stay, practically begging her to come home.
Brad: Really? I would think he'd be a little more sensitive to your feelings.
Sharon: Well, it's complicated.
Brad: It's complicated? You cut the cord. That's it.
Sharon: Brad, I have a-- a confession to make.
Brad: I knew something was bothering you.
Sharon: Maybe I'm not... I'm not sensitive enough to Jack's feelings, either.
Brad: Sharon, we're just having a drink.
Sharon: I'm not talking about this. I kissed Nick.
Daniel: Here you go, Jack, pamphlet as promised. A lot of information in this thing, so I went ahead and made a cheat sheet, put it right there on top of the pile.
Jack: Hey, that is great. This'll be very helpful.
Daniel: Cool. Well, you just let me know if there's anything else I can do to help.
Jack: There's an old Japanese proverb about perseverance-- fall down seven times, get up eight. I admire your attitude.
Daniel: Yeah, well, for me it's more like fall down a thousand times, get up 1,001.
Jack: I think the point is you keep getting up.
Daniel: I plan on staying there.
Jack: I know personally how easy it is to give over to depression, particularly when we're talking about divorce.
Daniel: Thanks, Jack, but I'm trying not to think about that.
Jack: When your mom and I divorced, I thought that was the end of the world. I didn't think I'd ever find another woman to marry. And then I fell in love with Sharon, and I am happier today than I've ever been.
Daniel: Well, you got lucky.
Jack: You will, too.
Sharon: See, we were on this location shoot, and then we accidentally got locked in this old bank vault.
Sharon: Yeah. You know, maybe I shouldn't have told you this.
Brad: No, no, no. Uh, we're friends. You're obligated to tell me, right?
Sharon: Mm. Well, it--it took me by surprise, completely.
Brad: Mm. His, uh, wife is about to go on a nice, long vacation, and, uh, suddenly he moves in on you.
Sharon: Well, Nick would never--
Brad: Uh, cheat on his wife? No! We're a little past that, don't you think, Sharon?
Sharon: Okay. Well, let's say that he does have some grand, master plan to get me back.
Sharon: It doesn't mean it's gonna work.
Brad: Sure, it won't.
Sharon: I'm married. I love Jack.
Brad: Uh, you admire Jack. That's not the same thing as being in love.
Sharon: Well, Jack is really great with my son, and you know what? He's a really good man.
Brad: Who can't keep his manipulative ex-wife out of his life? It's no wonder you're unhappy on some level.
Sharon: You know, I'm-- I'm perfectly satisfied with my husband, and I-I didn't-- I didn't want an analysis of my love life, okay? I just... I just wanted to make a confession.
Brad: And you told me where you stand. Sharon... wives who are happily married don't kiss other men.
J.T.: You sure you wanna be here right now?
Victoria: Um... yeah. I got a lot of work to do today.
J.T.: Well, we could play hooky, go back to the loft, celebrate you and the baby's health. Put on that Regina Spektor CD you like so much-- candles, bubble bath.
Victoria: Will you be in the bubble bath?
J.T.: That's a given.
(Cell phone ringing)
Victoria: Hold that--
Victoria: Hold on a second. Hold that thought for just one second.
J.T.: Okay, all right.
Victoria: Really? Um, well, can you get Brittany to handle that, and then you can just call me later? Okay, bye.
J.T.: What, passing off your work, huh?
Victoria: Well, I really had no choice. I have, uh, many more important things to worry about right now.
Victoria: Like, um, how many candles should go with our bubble bath. (Chuckles) that sort of thing.
J.T.: Let's go.
Kay: Cane, I know what you're feeling. Truly, I do. You're angry... very, very angry... because Amber made a fool of you. Yeah. And I want you to know you're not the only one. She made a fool of... a lot of people.
Carson: Hey, I've got some good news for you.
Amber: Whatever. Go away.
Carson: I dropped those trespassing charges I have against you.
Amber: That's the nicest thing anyone's done for me in a really long time. It's kind of sad, isn't it?
Carson: A little.
Amber: Yeah. I guess it would be more of a relief if I didn't have possible murder charges and stealing $700,000 looming over my head, but what can you do, right?
Carson: Find the money. Give it back. I'll help you.
Amber: Why would you help me?
Carson: Because it would benefit both of us. We'll split the money 50/50.
Amber: (Laughs) yeah, right. It's that easy.
Carson: Think about it. You only have to pay back a third of the 700 thou. If you split it with me, we'll both come out ahead.
Victoria: Okay, let me just grab those pictures and--
Brad: It's a boy.
Michael: This is the only deal the state would go for.
Phyllis: (Scoffs) with a minor jail stipulation attached.
Michael: But less than you'd get if you were convicted, and we'd ask for house arrest.
Phyllis: I'm not going to jail. I'm not leaving my kids. I'm not doing it.
Lauren: But there would be provisions for good behavior. Right, Michael?
Michael: Yes. Yes.
Phyllis: Nick, what do you think?
Nick: I think you need to listen to your lawyer.
Phyllis: Wh-what, have you guys given up on me?
Michael: I've done everything in my power to keep you out of jail, but that videotape evidence was just so damaging. This is the best deal we can get. As your lawyer and as your friend, I recommend that you take it.
Phyllis: The--the jury was smiling at me. That--that woman in blue-- she was smiling at me. She was smiling, Michael.
Nick: Did you ever think that maybe that's what you wanted to see? Look, it's Michael's job as your lawyer to be objective. He knows.
Phyllis: No. I'm taking my chances on the jury. No.
Man: Mr. Baldwin, the jury's reached a verdict.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Woman: We, the jury, find Phyllis Newman...
Devon: There's got to be a way that she is charged with Mom's death.
Heather: What is it, Mr. Carlton? I have to be in court in--
Brad: I think it's important you know the reason Phyllis was late to court this afternoon.
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