Y&R Transcript Thursday 9/13/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 9/13/07 -- Canada; Friday 9/14/07 -- U.S.A.


Provided By Eric
Proofread By Emma

Amber: Keep it! Keep it! Keep it! I can't! You know you want to. No, Kevin's mother is bailing me out, okay? I have to turn it in. Do not be stupid. It will help me win Cane back. He will see me as a decent, honest person. (Chuckles) Sorry, Girlfriend, it's gonna take a hell of a lot more than that. Did you forget about your career plan, hm? With that much cash you could make demo. You could get the hottest producer. What about Cane? Do you want him to see you as a gold digger or as a little pop princess? Hm? With your own money, he will know you're not after his. I wouldn't care if he was poor. I love him. You want your man? Keep those rubber gloves on and get to work.

Lily: Anyway, what should our theme be? Diamonds are a girl's...

Colleen: Yeah.

Lily: (Laughs) Diamonds are a girl's best friend?

Colleen: Maybe not.

Cane: Are you plotting the end of civilization as we know it?

Lily: Hey.

Colleen: Uh, yeah, you wanna join us?

Lily: We're, just, uh... going over the details of my divorce party.

Colleen: Yeah, we could use some input.

Lily: Hey, you're still coming, right?

Cane: Absolutely! I can't wait to celebrate the riddance of my better half.

Lily: Oh, whoever came up with that phrase could not have been married.

Cane: Especially when that half wants to take your money and go buckwild with it, huh?

Lily: Wait, you mean the tramp wanted to clean you dry? You Aussies are so polite.

Nick: Well, when will I be allowed to speak to my wife? No, I'm not asking you to break any rules. I just-- (sighs) you know what? Never--never mind. Damn it! It's like speaking to a robot. Do the people who work at prisons ever take into consideration the families of the inmates?

Victoria: Well, I'm pretty sure that compassion is considered a weakness in that line of work.

Nick: Phyllis must be going crazy.

Victoria: Come on, she's fine. She's probably scoring points with the guards by keeping all of her cellmates in line.

Nick: Not if her cellmates are, like, 6'4" and pushing 250.

Victoria: Oh, yeah? Well, my money's on Phyllis.

Nick: I just feel so guilty when I do anything. Like when I'm eating, I think about her tray of mystery meat. And like when I'm outside... I think about alone in that dark, smelly cell.

Victoria: Nick, come on. I'm pretty sure they let 'em see the light of day.

Nick: Don't bet on it. They pretty much took away all her privileges. When I tried to act as her co-counsel, I got her in a lot of trouble.

Victoria: Well, I could go visit her for you.

Nick: She can't have any visitors in lockdown.

Victoria: Well, she's not gonna be there forever. I'll tell you what, why don't get this meeting out of the way, and then I'll figure out when I can go visit your wife, okay?

Nick: It's not really gonna be much of a meeting unless Mom and Dad actually show up.

Victor: Where's your mother?

Nikki: (Giggles)

David: Good morning.

Nikki: Mm. Sure is.

David: Would you like me to order some breakfast?

Nikki: Maybe.

David: All right, let me tell you what we've got.

Nikki: Mm-hmm.

David: We have... the healthy breakfast.

Nikki: Mm.

David: The continental breakfast.

Nikki: Eh.

David: And of course, the Wisconsin badger breakfast. What the heck is that? Is that, like, wood chips or something?

Nikki: Badger? No.

David: All right, never mind. And of course, there is the breakfast a la carte.

Nikki: Hm... let's not order breakfast yet.

David: No, no, no, believe me, it's gonna take a lot longer than you expect for this food to come here.

Nikki: Well, I don't care. Let's not order yet. Because... it's nice to just be cozy and comfortable here. We'll have a little quiet time.

David: All right.

Nikki: Quiet time.

David: But in my personal experience... this particular kind of quiet time... doesn't end up being very quiet.

Nikki: You are right about that.

David: Mm-hmm.

Amber: Oh! Ah! Ew! I can't do this anymore! I can't! It's too much money. Look at all those 100s. Come on, keep going. Go, go, go. It's making me sick. It'll be worth it. If you think I'm gonna burn $700,000, then you are just crazy. You are gonna burn all of it. What? No way! Unh-unh! A few hundred dollars and the rest will be shredded U.S. Currency. Oh! That could work! Money burning 101. Step one--find a place that sells shredded U.S. Currency. Step two--get enough so it looks like 700gs. Step three--mix a little of it with the stolen currency and step four-- burn, baby, burn. Then what? Then the police discover it, close the case, you will be rich. I can't even imagine. One more night here and that money is yours. What are you waiting for? What if I get caught? Oh, come on. Whatever happened to that smart, sneaky, clever Amber? That girl won't get caught. Amber: Hi. I'd like to, uh, extend my stay. One night, please.

Cane: Uh, I'm gonna get a latte. Would you ladies like a refill? It's my treat.

Colleen: I'm good.

Lily: I'm fine.

Cane: Yeah, you are.

Colleen: Oh, my God!

Cane: Hey, they're planning the party.

Adrian: Okay, thanks. So we decided on the party favors yet?

Colleen: Hey!

Adrian: How about t-shirts that say "Divorce rocks"?

Lily: You know what? That's good. That's good. Uh, what about "Independence day?"

Colleen: We're trying to decide on a theme.

Adrian: Come as your ex.

Colleen: I'm afraid to think what your exes were like.

Adrian: Well, I haven't had an ex since the 8th grade.

Colleen: Is that just another way of saying you were a computer geek?

Adrian: Whom you are attracted to.

Colleen: Right. So, uh, what were your exes like? The girl in junior high?

Adrian: Ah. Lorraine.

Colleen: Uh-huh.


Adrian: Braces, glasses, but the way she could dissect a frog--I was in love. Of course, my criteria has changed a bit since then.

Colleen: What about Amber?

Adrian: Uh, we, you know, she's not really an ex. We just went out a couple times.

Lily: Too bad Cane wasn't that lucky.

Adrian: Well, I'm gonna grab some coffee. I have a feeling we're gonna be here a while.

Colleen: Well, now we are.

Lily: I remember when I used to look at Daniel that way.

Colleen: What way?

Lily: Like you totally wanna jump him.

Colleen: (Laughs) I'm not the only one with that look.

Lily: What are you talking about?

Colleen: Cane is totally checking you out. I'm fine. (Australian accent) yes, you are, Mate.

Lily: What? Oh, my gosh, shut up! He's not even looking over here.

Colleen: (Normal voice) yeah, that's only 'cause I caught him.

Victor: I've talked to the people at the NTSB. They have completed their final analysis.

Nick: And what did they find out?

Victor: Unfortunately, nothing definitive.

Victoria: Well, now what?

Victor: I've sent all the evidence to a private forensics lab.

Nick: What are the chances of them figuring out the cause of the crash if the NTSB. Couldn't do it?

Victor: The odds, they are slim. It may be our last opportunity to find out whether this crash was due to sabotage or it was an accident.

Nick: Well... someone should call Mom again, and when I say "Someone," I don't mean me.

Victor: Victoria, my darling, would you do that, please?

Victoria: Dad, you could make a little more effort, don't you think?

Victor: Please call your mother.

Victoria: Ahem.

(Cell phone vibrates)

Nikki: Mmm. Hello?

Victoria: Mom. Where are you? We're waiting for you.

Nikki: Oh, the meeting!

Victoria: You're on your way, right?

Nikki: Honey, I-I can't make it. We're gonna have to reschedule.

Victoria: What? Why? Mom, you just got done telling me how important it is that we discuss the Newman/N.V.P. holiday tie-in photo shoot. Nick and Dad are already here.

Nikki: I'm sorry, Darling. I'm just--I'm in the middle of something.

Victoria: Fine.

Nikki: Look, will you do me a favor? Have Brittany cancel all my appointments for today.

Victoria: All right, you owe me. Mom can't come.

Victor: Why is that?

Victoria: Um, she's in the middle of something.

Victor: And your mother claims to be a responsible businesswoman? If she decides to grace us with her presence, come to my office.

Nick: Good meeting.

Amber: (Thinking) coins and stamps. Here's one on Chestnut. Perfect!

Kevin: Hey, if you're looking for a new boyfriend, that web site findyoursoulmate.com is a good one.

Amber: I'm shopping.

Kevin: Well, don't let my mother see you.

Amber: I'm doing it an online version of window shopping.

Kevin: Whatever.

Adrian: (Chuckles)

Lily: (Laughs)

Amber: How much you wanna bet they're talking about me?

Kevin: You don't have any money to bet with.

Amber: It's a rhetorical question. Don't get your underwear in a bunch.

Kevin: I'm not gonna even ask you what that means.

Amber: Chill out. Why is Cane with her?

Kevin: I don't know. Oh, wait! Maybe because they're friends?

Amber: Looks like he wants to be more than friends to me.

Kevin: All right, no more espresso for you. We don't need any belligerent customers here.

Amber: You know what? Don't worry. I don't even want them to know I'm here.

Amber: Hi. I was wondering if you had any shredded currency. I need a lot of it for, uh, my friend Maria's quincenera. Oh, great, great, great. I'll be there in about 15 minutes. Yeah, adios, amigo.

Daniel: Hey!

Amber: Oh, my God! Don't do that!

Daniel: What, do you got a bad heart now? My bad. I'm sorry. What are you so freaked out about?

Amber: I'm not.

Daniel: What are you speaking Spanish for?

Amber: Why are you listening to my conversations, huh?

Daniel: Well, in case you haven't noticed, you're a little loud. And we are in public.

Amber: Um, I gotta run, but, um, I'll see you later. Okay?

Lily: You know, I could just picture myself with blonde spiked hair.

Colleen: And a porn DVD in your hand.

Lily: (Giggles) that's good. That's funny.

Colleen: Uh-huh.

Cane: Yeah, I think I'd, uh, I'd look hot in a tube top.

Lily: Oh...

Colleen: Well, you'd have to shave your chest. Or not.

Adrian: Okay, that is a visual that is gonna stay with me for years to come.

Lily: Okay, okay, we are off the come as your ex idea, please.

Colleen: Good, 'cause I have a hot little outfit I wanna wear.

Adrian: Oh, that's a visual I like a lot better.

Cane: Listen, I've gotta get to work. Um, call me. Give me the details, otherwise I'll end up turning up with a razor blade and tube top.

Lily: Okay, I will.

Cane: Okay, see you later.

Adrian: Later.

Colleen: So do you believe me now? "Call me"?

Lily: I don't know. Do you really think he was checking me out?

Colleen: You'd have to be blind not to notice.

Adrian: Don't look at me. I'm a computer nerd, remember?

Colleen: No!

Lily: Okay, you're--you're lying.

Nick: So... yeah, do you get the feeling that Dad was, uh... a little ticked off?

Victoria: I don't blame him.

Nick: Hey, maybe Mom really was busy.

Victoria: It doesn't really matter if he felt she should've been there anyway.

Nick: I used to think you were stubborn, but Mom and Dad make you look like a pushover.

Victoria: Are you just gonna give up?

Nick: Vick, what am I supposed to do? Hit him over the head and drag 'em to counseling?

Victoria: I think it's a little late for marriage counseling to tell you the truth.

Nick: Definitely a little late for that, yeah.

Victoria: (Sighs) you know, for the first time in my life, I'm more worried about Dad than I am Mom. She's become so independent and he's just become so angry all the time.

Nick: I guess his pride's hurt.

Victoria: Yeah. I know his health is better. I know he's doing well, but... I'm worried if he relapses.

Nick: Well, obviously, their marriage is... in serious trouble, but maybe we should, uh... try and get 'em to call a truce.

Victoria: Yeah! Great! Okay. How?

Nick: Uh... we could get 'em to have, like, a serious sit down, you know? Face to face. Talk it out. No weapons, though.

Victoria: Yeah. Okay. I'll ask Mom and you ask Dad.

Nick: That's 'cause you're afraid of Dad. How come I have to do it?

Victoria: Thank you?

(Cell phone vibrating) (Vibrates)

David: What if it's important? (Vibrates)

Nikki: That is what God created voice mail for. Oh, no. No, no, no, no. Not answering.

Victor: This is the third time that I'm leaving you a message. Be courteous enough to call back, all right?

(Knock on door)

Nikki: Oh! I'm getting out of here!

David: Relax!

Nikki: I don't care who it is, I'm not here.

David: Well, it's either Victor with a machete or breakfast.

Nikki: No!

David: You know, we could order dinner here, too, if you like.

Nikki: Don't tempt me.

Daniel: Hey. What's in the sack?

Amber: Dead body.

Daniel: Ha ha ha. Not funny. A little small anyway, isn't it?

Amber: Nothing that would be of any interest to you. Um, aren't you supposed to be at work?

Daniel: Aha! Yeah. Just had to come home and find my wallet.

Amber: Well, you're gonna be late.

Daniel: What's it to you?

Amber: I just pay a third of the rent, that's all.

Daniel: Well, I'll see you and your sketchy sack of whatever later.

Amber: Dead cats.

Daniel: You are a weird girl.

Amber: And a soon-to-be rich one, too.

(Cell phone ringing)

David: Boy, it must be tough being Ms. Popularity.

Nikki: Hello?

Victoria: It's me again. Where are you? Dad threw a fit when he heard you weren't coming to the meeting.

Nikki: Oh, well.

Victoria: Mom?

Nikki: He'll get over it.

Victor: I do not know what has gotten into your mother. Her personal life is one thing, but there are certain standards in business.

Nick: She's upset over everything that's happened. And I don't blame her, Dad. You haven't exactly been supportive.

Victor: Son, please don't come here and lecture me, all right?

Nikki: (Giggles)

Victoria: I'm glad you find this so funny.

Nikki: (Coughs) I'm not laughing. I'm coughing. Ahem.

Victoria: Mom, your purposely antagonizing him is only making things worse.

Nikki: Not worse for me. He needs to learn.

Victoria: Learn what?

Nikki: He needs to learn that he ain't the center of the universe or the solar system or even Genoa City.

Victoria: Mom, please. Let's all sit down-- you and me and Dad and Nick. We'll all meet at the Athletic Club.

Nikki: To do what?

Victoria: We're gonna talk things out.

Nikki: Honey, we don't do that. That becomes your father talking to us and we listen. We don't have conversations. We have his monologues.

Victoria: Mother...

Nikki: Well, you know-- you know that I'm right. Fine. Tomorrow, later next week sometime.

Victoria: No. Today.

Nikki: That's impossible.

Victoria: You don't wanna work things out with Dad, do you?

Nikki: I don't even wanna be in the same room with him. But for the sake of you and your brother, I will do it. I will come and sit and hear what everybody has to say.

Victor: I'm not even sure I should be around your mother right now.

Nick: Because she canceled a meeting? Dad, you've done that to her, like, a hundred times.

Victor: Son, I always had a good reason. I run a huge corporation. There were reasons for my being late. Your mother is intentionally wasting my time right now.

Nick: Maybe she has a good reason, too.

Victor: Give me a break.

Nick: Dad, her time is valuable, as well. And if you'd acknowledge that one time, it would mean the world to her.

Nikki: It'll be a waste of time.

Victoria: Just do it for me. Come on, humor your pregnant daughter.

Nikki: (Whispers) stop it!

Victoria: What?!

Nikki: Nothing, Honey.

Victoria: Who are you with?

Nikki: I'm having breakfast with a friend. Now did you have Brittany cancel my appointments for today?

Victoria: Yes, Mom, I did, which means you have the entire afternoon free. It's not gonna kill you to spend 15 minutes with your family.

Nick: Why don't you do it for me and Vick?

Victor: I'll do it for the two of you. Don't expect a damn thing, though.

Nikki: I can't make it today. I have other priorities. You are gonna get it! (Giggles)

Amber: Hey, Kev, it's Amber. Um, I was just calling to see what time you were gonna be home. No. No problem. I was just curious. Okay, see you soon. Bye.

Amber: You better do it fast! Come on, hurry! All right! Jeez! (Sighs)

Amber: Oh, I don't wanna set the world on fire. Sounds like a song title. It is a song title. Hey! If I pull off this plan, maybe I will make a cover album. Pop versions of old classics. And she's back! Come on, burn a few more of the real deal. Torch those 100s. Good-bye, expensive jeans, designer sunglasses. Watch it! Make sure the serial numbers show. Do you have any idea how hard I have to work to make a hundred bucks, huh? Is that a trick question? Oh, God, I hate this.

Jill: Hi.

Cane: Hey.

Jill: How are you?

Cane: I'm good.

Jill: Good.

Cane: You here for a work out? I can show you some lifts.

Jill: No, I'm just here for the steam room.

Cane: Good. It'll help you relax.

Jill: Yes, my muscles are very tense. Due to my mother and Jack and Nikki lying through their polished veneers.

Cane: You know if that tape was doctored, the truth will come out. It always does.

Jill: Have you ever thought of becoming a therapist? 'Cause you can calm me down like no one else.

Cane: Well, in that case, maybe I should, uh, buy you a drink and tell you tales of the outback and the time I boxed a kangaroo.

Jill: I love you.

Cane: I love you, too, Mum.

Jill: Bye, Honey. I'll see you soon.

Cane: All right.

Jill: Take care.

Lily: You know, I'm starting to feel bad for running Daniel down for the past hour.

Colleen: Why?

Lily: Because... there was a time where he did make me happy. I mean, he did have some good qualities, you know?

Adrian: Okay, say something nice about him.

Lily: Um... he didn't snore.

Adrian: Well, that's more than I can say for this one. Ow! Ow!

Lily: No, but Daniel did always remember my birthday and our anniversaries. And he had this cute way of pretending that he didn't remember, and at the last minute, he would surprise me. Yeah, and now he's a jerk.

Colleen: What about you, Baby? You wanna say something nice about your ex?

Adrian: Lorraine? Um, she wore bubble gum scented perfume.

Colleen: Maybe I should try that.

Adrian: I'm gonna have to say no on that.

Colleen: Okay.

Heather: Hey there. Hi, again.

Adrian: Well, hi, Ms. Stevens.

Lily: Hi.

Heather: How are you?

Lily: I'm good, how are you?

Heather: Hi.

Colleen: Hi, I'm Colleen. You're the new assistant D.A., right? I recognize you from the papers.

Heather: Heather Stevens.

Colleen: You two know each other?

Adrian: She was a student at the university where I taught.

Colleen: Oh.

Lily: That's weird that you both ended up here.

Heather: I know. It is weird. But, um, it was nice seeing you two again. And nice meeting you, Colleen. I'm gonna grab some coffee.

Colleen: Okay.

Lily: Bye.

Heather: Bye.

Colleen: She's cute.

Adrian: I hadn't noticed.

Colleen and Lily: Good answer.

Nick: Look, it was my decision. It was my mistake. Phyllis shouldn't be penalized for that. Well, then the prison rules are wrong. You gotta fix this. Uh, file a motion or a petition, something. All right, just--just try, okay? And let me know if you get through. Thanks.

Nick: (Sighs) where is Mom?

Victoria: I left a message on your cell phone.

Nick: Don't tell me she's not coming.

Victoria: I tried everything I could think of.

Nick: All right, what's her excuse?

Victoria: I don't know, she's busy. Which means she's probably indulging in some good old-fashioned payback.

Nick: It's gonna be so much fun telling Dad. I can't wait. I'm gonna try and catch him before he gets here.

Victoria: Oh, no, it's too late. Here he comes.

Nick: Hey, I was, uh, just about to call you.

Victor: My son and my daughter having lunch with me. How rare. Where's your mother?

Nick: She, uh... she--she's not, uh... gonna make it.

Victor: She can't or she doesn't want to?

Victoria: Well, she wanted to be here, she just can't make it today.

Nick: Yeah.

Victor: So I guess we lost our psychic connection, is that it?

Nick: Uh... Dad--

Victor: Now, Son, are you gonna pay for lunch? Right?

Victoria: Oh, nice. That's nice of you.

Victor: Isn't that a good idea?

Victoria: Yeah.

Victor: Yeah.

Nick: Uh, yes-- yes, lunch is on me today.

Victor: I'll meet with your mother when she is ready to meet with me. But, you know, meanwhile, no reason to get upset about that, is there? It doesn't accomplish a damn thing.

Victoria: I'm sorry. Where did my father go?

Nick: Yeah, this morning you were about to take her head off.

Victor: That's right. This morning was business and this is personal. It's an entirely different set of standards. Now I think you and I better take advantage of your brother's offer to pay for lunch. What do you think?

Victoria: Yeah. Sounds good.

Victor: All right.

Nick: All right, you know I don't usually get all serious on you, but, uh...

Victoria: But we're worried about your health.

Nick: Hey, I can finish my own sentences.

Victoria: Yeah, if I wait a whole year.

Victor: Listen, you two, I've been fine for months, okay?

Victoria: When you haven't had this much stress to deal with.

Victor: There's always stress, Sweetheart.

Nick: Yeah, but you and Mom-- you always helped each other out with that--

Victoria: But now you can't help each other out.

Nick: Sis, if you finish my sentence one more time, then you have to pay for lunch. (Mouths words)

Victor: Listen, I know both of you came here to help me work things out. I appreciate that. But you have got to see things from my perspective. Your mother and I had a disagreement-- a serious disagreement over her attempt to run for the senate seat. I was totally against that. She ignored my advice. She made that dispute public. Then I go on a trip overseas, not for business reasons, not on a vacation, for very personal reasons. She knew about that. And while I'm gone, your mother starts to have an affair with this excuse for a man. And I find out about it in the most humiliating fashion possible, along with thousands of others, I watched it over the damned internet. Now because your mother has not come to apologize, I don't... see right now that she is ending the affair with this man. So why the hell should I think that she's trying to work things out?

Cane: Uh, a beer, please. You know, if we keep meeting like this, people are gonna start to talk.

Heather: Mr. Ashby, how are you?

Cane: Can I buy you a drink?

Heather: Um, thanks, I'm still on the clock, though. I'm just waiting for a to-go order.

Cane: And why don't you eat it here and keep me company?

Heather: Okay, I'll do that while I wait. While I have you here, I might as well ask you a few questions about Amber. I'm gonna need your deposition before she goes to trial.

Cane: You're going to depose me in a bar?

Heather: No, no, it's just that, um... sometimes it's better to have an informal conversation first. You know, so I, uh... have an idea of what to expect.

Cane: Well, I don't think you'll have a problem with me.

Heather: Good. Good. That's, um... that's good.

Cane: Listen, um... I don't know what you're doing tonight, but some friends of mine are having a, uh... a party at Indigo. Do you know the place?

Heather: Yeah, great live music.

Cane: You're more than welcome to come.

Heather: More than? What's that mean, V.I.P. list?

Cane: Yeah, um... "Very impressive prosecutor."

Heather: (Laughs)

Amber: Oh, good. What are you waiting for, Christmas? Shh! Okay! Ah-ah-ah-ah. DNA. well, how do you expect me to smoke it without using my lips? You're a smart girl. Figure it out. You look ridiculous. Be quiet, okay? I cannot think. I'm shaking. Are you always this whiney? Will you just lay off? Don't get any ashes on the carpet! Now... put it into the bag. Okay. Okay. Now what? Patience. Nothing's happening. Burn a couple more hundreds. Are you crazy?! I don't know, what do you think? One more. I'll burn one more. And then--then that's it. Okay... Finally! Now relax... and wait for the alarm.

Victor: I want those documents on my desk in the morning. Is that clear? Thank you. Now where were we?

Nick: You were saying you don't think Mom's trying to work things out anymore.

Victor: I'm not gonna go run after her.

Nick: Okay. But just try and look at this from her perspective, okay? First you undercut her by backing Jack in the election. Then you take off overseas while she's in the middle of a campaign and still grieving.

Victor: Let me correct you. I supported Jack Abbott long before your mother decided to run for that senate seat. And she tried to get that senate seat to spite me. I strongly advised against it. All right? Now number two-- I had to go overseas for personal reasons. She knew about that. She could've supported me instead of wallowing in self-pity.

Victoria: She told me that you never made the problem clear to her, Dad. That you just... you sort of left.

Nick: And now she has to deal with that recording that was just made public.

Victor: Oh, you mean the incrimination of our illustrious senator? Is that it?

Nick: Yep. You know, investors are gonna pull out of Clear Springs. And the bad publicity is gonna drive away any new buyers. Do you really want that to happen?

Victor: Of course not, but what does that have to do with your mother and me?

Nick: Well, instead of helping her out of this mess, you're... you're kinda working against her.

Victoria: I think she feels abandoned again.

Victor: What do you mean, she feels abandoned? She's cavorting with that excuse for a man that she hired to solve her crises.

Victoria: Dad, you don't think she needs you?

Victor: Have you seen her come ask for help? Have you seen your mother come to me and ask for help?

Nikki: I guess I should get dressed.

David: Yeah, you could do that. But then you're gonna have to start answering phone calls and e-mails and...

Nikki: I'm just saying, we can't stay in bed all day.

David: Because?

Nikki: Because! I'm not a stay in bed all day person. I'm a get up and do things person.

David: Well, it's not like you have to get out of bed in order to do things.

Nikki: Mm. One-track mind.

David: Oh, really? Well, maybe I was thinking about letter writing or painting watercolors?

Nikki: Doubtful.

David: Mm. Let's be objective about this. You've canceled all your appointments. Nobody knows you're here. Oh, and there's this new invention on cell phones. It's called the off button. Let's see. Look, you have one! It's amazing!

Nikki: (Chuckles)

David: So why not take advantage of all these options?

Nikki: You... are a terrible influence.

David: Mm. I try.

(Fire alarm wails)

Amber: Yes! Someone must've pulled the alarm! Saw the smoke! What happening? Oh, my God! There's smoke!

Jeff: Take the stairs! Come on! Come on! Let's go! Hurry! Take the stairs!

Amber: Okay, okay!

Jill: Hello?! Hello?! Can anybody hear me?! Help! Somebody! Let me out! Amber!

Amber: Jill?

Jill: Amber!

Amber: Oh, my God! Oh, my God!

Jill: Get me out of here!

Amber: Oh, my God!

Jill: Oh, God!

Amber: Are you okay?

Jill: I was trapped in there! The door was stuck. It wouldn't open.

Amber: Okay, well, we gotta get outta here. The place is evacuating. It's on fire! Come on!

Jill: Fire?!

Amber: Yes! Fire!

Jill: Oh, my God! I could've been killed! You saved my life!

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Jana: I'm going to be locked up one way or another for the rest of my life.

Kevin: No, not if have anything to say about it.

Paul: You are fired! Got it?

Daniel: I am not crashing my ex-wife's divorce party.

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