Y&R Transcript Thursday 9/20/07 -- Canada; Friday 9/21/07 -- U.S.A.
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Sharon: My husband is staring at me.
Jack: You're so beautiful he can't help himself.
Sharon: Feel free to say that to me every morning.
Jack: I should, you know? I've been lying here thinking about how I'm gonna tell the world today that I owned Jabot, that I bought it, that I fixed it and I sold it and I can tell them everything.
Sharon: And you're smiling.
Jack: Well, that's 'cause I'm lucky to be your husband.
Sharon: Thank you.
Jack: In the next few days, people are gonna say, "The truth set Jack Abbott free." The real truth is, you set me free.
Kevin: You know, Mom, I know this will come as a complete shock to you, as you'd never pressure me into doing something that could make "The convicted felon" my middle name, but making that DVD was illegal.
Gloria: I called Victor Newman last night.
Kevin: Why, are you gonna marry, then bury him?
Gloria: Don't make jokes about this, Kevin.
Kevin: Let me guess, you offered him the DVD.
Gloria: I said I might have something of interest concerning Jack.
Kevin: Might? Now that is an auxiliary verb used to express possibility, not certainty.
Gloria: I want your opinion. Look at this and tell me what you see.
Kevin: "Wisconsin cheese fest expects big crowd." Wow.
Gloria: Jack's not on the front page anymore.
Kevin: Bumped by cheddar. That has to hurt. Mom, there is a Senate investigation--
Gloria: And how long is that gonna take when we have proof that Jack owned Jabot?
Kevin: Not quite. He never came out and said it.
Gloria: Come on, Kevin. Help me bring that son of a bitch down.
Kevin: Mom, I don't wanna end up as his cell mate.
Gloria: Victor will never know where I got the DVD. Honey... this is our chance to pay him back for everything he's done to us.
Kevin: My name is never, ever to be mentioned. Do you understand?
Victor: Now before we discuss the development, how's your mother doing?
Cane: Thank you for asking, Sir. It's been, um, it's been rough.
Victor: I'm sure you have been a comfort to her.
Lily: Hi. Oh, hi, Mr. Newman.
Victor: Hello, Lily. So let us see what damage Jack has done to our investment.
(Gloria calls Victor)
Victor: Excuse me. Yes?
Gloria: It's Gloria.
Michael: Hey! Who's she talking to?
Kevin: Her bookie.
Gloria: I told you I'd call.
Victor: Uh, come to my office later.
Gloria: Thank you, Victor.
Michael: Victor? As in Newman? You are not gonna give Victor Newman that DVD.
Kevin: Yes, she is.
Gloria: And I know exactly what you're going to say, Michael-- that recording the Jabot boardroom was a little bit shady.
Michael: Shady? Shady? It is a great, big, major felony.
Kevin: Yeah, we know.
Michael: Did I or did I not-- less than 24 hours ago-- negotiate a plea bargain for you? The ink's not even dry. The judge hasn't even signed off on it yet. And yet--yet, you would prefer to be arrested for another one now?
Kevin: It's not traceable.
Michael: Why didn't I go to medical school?
Kevin: Oh, Michael, come on. Tell me that you don't wanna see Jack disgraced, debased in in da pokey.
Michael: It is my fervent desire to see that man get everything he so richly deserves.
Gloria: Which is exactly what we're going to do.
Michael: No, we're not. This insanity is gonna stop now.
Nick: And have we heard from the sales team at the development today?
Woman: No, Mr. Newman.
Nick: All right, you tell them I wanna see new sales and lease reports in ten minutes.
Brad: Nick, have you seen Victor?
Nick: He's got a working breakfast at the club. What's up?
Brad: I just have to, uh, get out of here early. Yom Kippur starts at sundown. I wanted to talk to him before I go. I'll see you later. (Cell phone ringing)
Nick: Hold on. Excuse me. I need to take this. Nick Newman. I need to take this. Thank you. Yeah, I'll accept the charges. Phyllis?
Phyllis: Hey! Hi! Free at last. Well, not free, of course. But as normal as it gets.
Nick: That's great.
Phyllis: Yeah, normal job in the laundry, normal privileges in the commissary. Put some money in my account. I'm craving M&Ms.
Nick: Done. How about regular visiting rules?
Phyllis: I wish. You're still not on the list.
Nick: For the, uh, the high crime and misdemeanor of wanting to see you too much.
Phyllis: Do you think it's okay if you can legally change your name? Um, I gotta go. Uh, listen, um... I, um, I'm doing a workshop on how to build a web site. Usable skills for when we reenter society.
Nick: Well, you'll be able to teach it when you get out. Call me as soon as you can, okay?
Phyllis: Okay. I love you.
Nick: I love you, too.
Nick: Hey, Becki, uh, all my meetings this morning? Cancel 'em.
Noah: Why do I have to be in the top spelling group? I mean, it's not fair.
Sharon: What did Mrs. Schultz say?
Noah: That everyone who got an "A" on the last test had to learn six bonus words. I mean, we get punished for doing a good job.
Sharon: Well, it's not punishment. She knows you're capable of excellent work.
Noah: Uh, how about good work? I mean, the kids who got "B's" didn't have to learn bonus words.
Jack: Is Fisher enjoying your breakfast there?
Noah: Does Phyllis get breakfast?
Jack: Uh, sure. You know what? We gotta keep things moving here. We're gonna leave for school in ten minutes.
Sharon: And don't forget your book report on "Stargirl."
Noah: Can Fisher come to school with me? I'm there all day and you guys are at work all day.
Sharon: It would be nice if he could.
Noah: Because when people have to be away from the people they love, they get sad and scared.
Jack: You know, you could always make a videotape of yourself for Fisher.
Noah: How would he turn it on?
Jack: Um, we could have it on a continuous loop.
Sharon: Oh, no, don't go. I'll get it. I'll get it.
Noah: But it's just not the same. I mean, Phyllis made videos for Summer, but she never says "Mama" to them.
Sharon: Hi, Nick, come on in.
Nick: Hey, thanks. So, uh... I just got off the phone with Phyllis. She's out of S.E.G., back to normal.
Nick: There's only one problem-- I still can't see her.
Sharon: Why not?
Nick: It's a long story. Summer's in the Newman day care. I was gonna go up there anyway.
Sharon: But she can't see you.
Nick: Yeah, I know, but she can see Noah. And Noah's been asking about her a lot.
Sharon: I know.
Nick: I know he has school today, but if it's okay with you, I was gonna... get him out of school and go up there with him.
Sharon: How about if we both take him?
Colleen: Go talk to him.
Lily: And say what? Oh, hey, Cane, it was nice hooking up with you at my divorce party!
Colleen: Do you like him?
Lily: Oh, and thanks for being there when I puked my guts out. I'm sure I looked really hot.
Colleen: Because I think he likes you.
Lily: Please, he is a total player. And--and why--why are you pimping the guy?
Colleen: I'm not.
Lily: Yeah, you are.
Colleen: Because I think you like him and you wanna talk to him but he intimidates you, okay?
Colleen: I mean, come on, he's hot.
Lily: Well, I mean, that's-- that's debatable.
Colleen: And he's older and he's sophisticated. Did I mention hot? You know what? I get it. I was like that at first with Adrian.
Lily: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, do not even compare me to you, because you were a drooling idiot around Adrian and do you see me wearing a bib?
Colleen: Well, look how it worked out, huh?
Victor: Why are you here?
Brad: To apologize.
Brad: I know there are times this past year when you wanted to make my life hell.
Victor: That's putting it mildly.
Brad: I endangered you and your family.
Victor: You did more than that. You broke my daughter's heart.
Brad: You and your family risked your lives for me. I'm sorry about all those things.
Victor: Wait a minute, isn't this... at sundown, you start your... day of atonement, don't you? Yom Kippur-- isn't that what this is?
Brad: Yes, it is.
Brad: You know, since I was a teenager, I have never been able to celebrate publicly. Brad Carlton certainly wasn't Jewish. And in part, because of your help this past year, I don't have to hide anymore.
Victor: And all your actions since then, have the been indicative of your saying thanks?
Brad: I can do better.
Victor: You bet you can, Brad. But words are cheap, you know? You gotta show it.
Brad: And then?
Victor: You have no right to ask that question. You show me that your metamorphosis is real, and then perhaps I'll change my mind about you.
Lily: Um, if I'm interrupting, I can--
Cane: No, no, no, no. Work can wait.
Lily: Oh, okay. Um, well, I know that we talked about getting a cup of coffee. And, I mean, I see that you have coffee, but, um, I mean, I could order a cup of coffee and...
Cane: That'd be great. Please.
Lily: Okay. Thank you. Thanks. So... working hard or hardly working? I'm sorry, I... I can't believe I-- I just said that. I-I never, ever say things like that. Um... I'm just--I'm--I'm nervous.
Cane: You know, I can't figure it out.
Cane: Why a woman with your class and beauty would be nervous around a chump like me.
Lily: Um... the party.
Cane: Oh, right! Where you forced me to kiss you.
Lily: Yes, yes, I forced you.
Cane: Utterly against my will.
Lily: You know, I could've sworn that you liked it and that it was possibly your idea.
Cane: (Sighs) I know your sort. You'll use me and abuse me and then you'll consign me to the dust heap of boyfriends past, huh?
Lily: With a lovely parting gift, of course.
Cane: Which would be a tattoo of your name--"Lily"-- on my bum, so when I'm all heartbroken, I'll have to add "Livered" to it.
Lily: "Lily-livered?" That is so sad.
Cane: That's exactly what my next girlfriend will say.
Brad: Got a minute? How's living with the boyfriend?
Colleen: All you're trying to do is break us up.
Brad: In the past. I'm trying to respect your wishes now.
Colleen: It shouldn't be that tough.
Brad: You're right. You're right. It shouldn't be. But it's hard to let my baby go.
Colleen: Dad, I'm already gone.
Brad: Tonight's Kol Nidre.
Colleen: The start of Yom Kippur, I know.
Brad: Yeah, the holiest day of the year. We fast. We try to make amends for the wrongs we've done.
Colleen: Are you trying to make amends with me?
Brad: I know I've hurt you.
Colleen: If you're waiting for me to deny it--
Brad: I'm not. I'm apologizing for it. You know, this is the first time since I was a kid that I've been able to go to synagogue without looking over my shoulder. Your grandmother's in Los Angeles visiting friends. And it would mean a lot if I had you by my side.
Colleen: I don't know. See... you apologize now, but you'll go right back to interfering.
Brad: Well, how about you give me a chance?
Colleen: When you fail, and you will fail, you'll come back to me next year and apologize, and the year after that and the year after that. You see, 'cause it's not how special one day is, Dad. It's not gonna change you.
Sharon: So the cells are right through there.
Noah: Phyllis has a regular bed, right?
Nick: Of course she does, Buddy.
McQueen: Ms. Abbott, you and your son are cleared to see Mrs. Newman.
Sharon: Okay, thank you.
McQueen: You, Sir, are not.
Nick: I was hoping you'd reconsider.
McQueen: You broke the rules, Sir. Being a Newman does not give special privileges here.
Nick: Fine, I was just gonna explain to my son that--
McQueen: Wait in the lobby, Sir.
Nick: Do it, Dad. I don't want them to put you in jail, too.
McQueen: Mr. Newman?
Nick: You just scared a 10-year-old. My 10 year old son. And I'm not leaving until I can explain a few things to him.
Victor: You're here to accuse me of leaking the audiotape of you and your co-conspirator?
Jack: I feel like I have to ask now. Are we recording this conversation? Testing, one, two, three. I notice the camera that caught your wife kissing another man is gone.
Victor: All right, slings and arrows. I am far too busy. Get to the point.
Jack: Granville Global. My staff tells me you were inquiring about the loss of a rather lucrative state contract? I just wanted to let you know I had nothing to do with that.
Victor: Is that so?
Jack: No, I don't have that kind of power.
Victor: You underestimate your power. The Senate ethics committee wouldn't investigate you if you had no power.
Jack: Must be a source of some concern for you that you're losing yours. Here all this work, and you haven't been able to hurt me.
Victor: I didn't have to use my power. You did this all on your own.
Jack: Maybe you're right. I can live with that.
Jack: You, my friend, might wanna spend a little more time at the gym, though. I think your punches are losing their oomph.
Victor: (Laughs) You be careful, Jack. Be very careful, okay?
Noah: I don't understand. Why can't you see Phyllis?
Nick: Well, it's kinda like in school. I don't get to do certain things because the last time I was here I broke a rule.
Noah: But she really wants to see you. It isn't fair.
Sharon: I'm with you there, sweetie.
Nick: Look, I don't want you to worry about that, all right? I want you have a good visit with Phyllis, but don't tell her I'm here, okay? It'll just make her sad. Come here.
Noah: I hate that warden.
Sharon: Well, you mean you're angry with him because he made that rule.
Noah: No, Mom, I really hate him. Do you think Dad saw the candy machine out there? Maybe I should go tell him.
Sharon: Uh, Noah?
Noah: You -- you look okay.
Phyllis: Well, thank you. I am okay, Goofball. Thanks for bringing him. What?
Sharon: Oh, nothing. He--he just-- he really wanted to come.
Noah: So, uh, how's the food?
Phyllis: Oh, the food? Uh, okay, well, you know those, um... frozen pancakes that make you gag? They're worse.
Noah: Do you have a roommate?
Phyllis: No, not yet. But I have a job in the laundry now.
Noah: But you hate doing the laundry at home.
Sharon: Hey, it's okay. You -- you can hug her.
Noah: Well, in the movies, the prisoner is behind glass. And I didn't see any glass, so I didn't think we were allowed to touch.
Phyllis: Come here.
Noah: I missed you a lot.
Phyllis: I missed you, too. I-I feel better -- a lot better.
Sharon: You know, Phyllis, um, I wanted to thank you for what you said to Jack yesterday.
Phyllis: Oh, you're welcome. I should get a year off of my sentence for agreeing with you. I'm kidding. Kind of. Are you okay?
Sharon: Um... Noah, why don't you tell Phyllis what you did in school recently.
Noah: Uh, spelling.
Phyllis: Spelling? Great. I-I was b-a-d at spelling. Hey, something is wrong. What's going on?
Sharon: Okay, we should've never put you in this position.
Noah: If the warden wasn't so mean...
Noah: I mean, I wanna punch him.
Sharon: Hey, it's okay. Sweetie, he's doing his job.
Phyllis: Why don't you tell me what's going on?
Noah: Dad's right by the door, but the warden won't let him in.
Phyllis: He's here?
Jack: That's right, 5:30 at the Athletic Club. Be ready for a live remote. Oh, I promise, there's gonna be news.
Gloria: Do you have any idea how tough it is to have evidence against Jack and not be able to use it?
Michael: I do. Perhaps you should take up meditation.
Gloria: What kind of advice is that, Michael?
Michael: Very good advice. You should listen to me more often.
Gloria: Oh, please, just stop it.
Kevin: Hey, I got what we need.
Michael: What, lunch?
Kevin: Yeah, burgers and a DVD. Each burnt at a secure location to go. Each one untraceable.
Gloria: My genius!
Michael: Resist the temptation, Gloria. Do it for your feloniously inclined younger son.
Kevin: I wanna see her bust Jack.
Michael: Then why don't you just go downtown to the jailhouse and check yourself in? Save them and me a whole lot of trouble.
Michael: Nothing is untraceable. You are gonna get in trouble and I'm gonna have to come and take you--
Kevin: I know a lot more about computers than you do, Michael.
Michael: This is ridiculous! You cannot keep--
Kevin: I don't wanna let Jack get away with what he's done to Mom!
Michael: I don't wanna keep going down to the jail to bail you out!
Gloria: All right, stop! Stop, both of you! I hate to admit it, but I think Michael might be right. If there's the slightest chance this DVD could cause you trouble, that's a chance I'm not willing to take.
Nick: Thank you for seeing me.
McQueen: What did you wanna talk about, Mr. Newman?
Nick: My wife.
McQueen: We covered that ground, Sir. If there's nothing else?
Nick: I was in a, uh, a plane crash. I don't know if you heard about it or read about it?
McQueen: I did.
Nick: Well, I shouldn't have survived. The co-pilot and pilot-- they didnít. I ask myself, why them and not me, but I can't answer it. No one can. I think about their families all the time. You know, I started a... a college fund for their children, but that's easy. It's just--it's just money. It's something I have.
McQueen: Is there a point to this, Mr. Newman?
Nick: When I came to after my accident, I didn't remember the last two years of my life. I didn't remember that I... lost a daughter in a car accident, or that I had a new daughter with my new wife Phyllis. I treated her like she was a total stranger, like someone I could barely tolerate. And she loved me the whole time. She never gave up. And something happened-- something amazing-- the night before she had to come here. I fell in love with her all over again. We had one night together, Warden. Just one night. Now I know none of this is your problem. My wife committed a crime. She belongs here. But I'm asking you not to punish her for a mistake that I made. Acting as her lawyer just so I could see her was stupid, but it was my mistake, not hers. You wanna know the truth? If I could do it all over again to see her, I would, in a second. I'm asking you, if you have ever loved a woman the way I love my wife, please... just let me see her. One time.
Sharon: You try to get your kid to eat healthy, and then his dad gives him money for the candy machine.
Nick: It was a cheap bribe to get him to leave so I could talk to you.
Sharon: About what? Oh, Phyllis? Well, there's nothing to say. I'm--I'm happy for you.
Nick: You know, the irony is, it's not like I'm getting my memory back. I love Phyllis. But when I look you, I still see who we used to be.
Sharon: Before Cassie died. That's not who we are now.
Nick: You know, Noah was telling me about this novel he read. It was about two universes, where you get to live two separate lives at the same time. I wish with all my heart that that was true.
Sharon: But it isnít.
Nick: No, it isnít.
Nick: Thank you.
Lily: Okay, okay, 5 bucks says that you can't eat one onagi maki roll.
Cane: What's that?
Lily: It is cucumber and raw eel.
Cane: Oh, where I come from we call that bait. Yeah.
Lily: Oh, my gosh!
Cane: (Laughs) you see that bloke over there?
Lily: The bloke? Yes, I see him.
Cane: Well, that bloke is gonna make me tear myself away from you to go and talk business. But... one of these days, I would like to take you up on that bait thing.
Lily: Okay. You better.
Cane: Okay. Excuse me.
Colleen: What happened?
Lily: Um, can you make it any more obvious?
Lily: It was, uh... it was fun.
Colleen: That's it?
Lily: Well, except for when we went under the table, and he ripped my clothes off.
Lily: But you were over at the corner table pouring coffee.
Colleen: Okay, good point. Take it slow.
Lily: I don't know, I just... I think about my marriage and I still get angry, you know? But I can have fun with Cane and flirt and whatever, but I just don't wanna get involved with another guy and have to go through all of those bad feelings again.
Colleen: You're not marrying the guy, you're just chilling.
Lily: I know. But I still don't wanna get involved. We're friends. We're friends.
Colleen: Maybe eventually?
Woman: Three minutes.
Phyllis: I can't believe this time is up already.
Nick: I'll be back. And I'll bring Summer.
Phyllis: Okay. Is she good? Is she happy?
Nick: As a clam.
Phyllis: Good. There's so much I wanted to say to you. I wanted to ask you so many questions. Your father was here yesterday.
Nick: Oh, yeah?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Yeah, he said he could use his influence to get me out and get me into one of those prisoner release programs where you live in an apartment on the outside.
Nick: He did? That's amazing!
Phyllis: Yeah. But he wanted me to turn on Jack.
Nick: Are you telling me he put a condition on it? Are you kidding me?
Phyllis: I didn't wanna tell you.
Nick: No, no, no, I'm glad you did.
Phyllis: But he could get me out. He could get me out. If it could...
Nick: Look... if he can do it, trust me... he's gonna do it.
Gloria: Jack Abbott is a horrible human being who's gotten away with too much for far too long. And coming to you was the right thing to do.
Victor: What can I do for you? A DVD?
Gloria: And I think it might interest you.
Victor: Starring, by chance, Jack Abbott?
Victor: Where'd you get it?
Gloria: Let's just say it found its way to me.
Victor: And I understand from whence your son gets his acumen.
Gloria: Thank you, Victor. But my son the attorney doesn't know about this and neither does my son the Jabot employee. Are we clear on that?
Victor: Perfectly. You have a nice day.
Brad: Thank you, Mr. Artenian. We'll be in touch.
Colleen: Dad? I'm still angry with you.
Brad: I know you are.
Colleen: I don't always make good decisions. I make mistakes. But, dad, they're my mistakes. And you have to let me make them. Can you do that?
Brad: Honey, if you're heading for a cliff--
Colleen: Can you?
Brad: I don't know.
Colleen: Well, can you at least give me your word that you'll try?
Brad: That I can do.
Colleen: Well, I'd like to come to the synagogue with you tonight.
Brad: Thank you, Baby. That means so much to me.
Jack: I gotta tell you, Buddy, seeing Phyllis in that place was kinda hard on me. How about you?
Noah: Yeah. But she looked the same. So that was good.
Jack: Yeah, that's true. That is good.
Noah: I keep thinking that something bad is gonna happen to her. Like when I'm at school, I start thinking about her and then I don't hear the teacher. Don't tell Mom, okay?
Jack: I gotta tell your mom, Sport. We're a family. Families talk about this kind of stuff.
Noah: But she'll get that look on her face. I hate that look.
Jack: You know what? Your mom and your dad are always gonna take you to see Phyllis. So am I. That'll make it easier, huh?
Noah: But six years? That's a long time.
Jack: You know what? It may not be that long. You know, she could get some time off for good behavior.
Noah: It's still a long time. What if you, or my dad or mom-- what if you did something bad, and you had to go to jail?
Jack: Noah, if that happens, you've got four parents who love you very much, two of them are always gonna be there for you to look out for you.
Noah: Why do I have to go back to school? I don't want to.
Sharon: Arguing will get you nowhere.
(Cell phone ringing)
Sharon: Oh, this is about the shoot. Sharon Abbott. Um, can you hold on a moment? This is gonna take a while. It's a scheduling nightmare.
Jack: It's all right. I'll take Noah to school and come back and pick you up.
Sharon: Great! Thanks! Okay, bye, Sweetie.
Noah: Bye, Mom. Bye. Oh, strawberry, extra thick. Dad's favorite.
Jack: I think I'm gonna like this. You ready to go? We'll drink these in the car?
Noah: Yeah. I was thinking... like, if anything bad did happen to you and you went away, then it would be just my dad and my mom and me and Summer.
Jack: You ready to go?
Jack: Come on.
Cane: So you working hard or hardly working?
Lily: You're never gonna let me live that one down, are you?
Cane: Probably not. So... I have some great news.
Cane: Do you remember that bloke at the bar? Well, he hooked me up with two tickets to Robert Cray.
Lily: I love him! He's--he's amazing!
Cane: Mm-hmm. Its tomorrow night at a club in Milwaukee. And I was thinking that... maybe I could win that sushi bet first.
Lily: Uh, well, yes to the sushi.
Lily: Well, um... I mean, I'm probably the only 19-year-old on the planet who doesn't have a fake I.D., so...
Cane: You're only 19?
Lily: It's not that young.
Brad: Can I have some coffee, too, please? Thank you.
Sharon: Call me when you do know. Thanks.
Brad: How are you?
Sharon: I'm frazzled.
Brad: Work, or is it something to do--
Sharon: Don't even say it.
Sharon: Nick and I took Noah to see Phyllis this morning. And, uh, Jack is scheduling a press conference today, 5:30. He's going to take full responsibility for Jabot.
Brad: You're an alchemist.
Sharon: It was his decision.
Brad: Well, I would tell you that I'll believe it when I see it, but I'm not gonna see it.
Sharon: Oh? Why not?
Brad: Kol Nidre. I'm heading to synagogue with Colleen.
Sharon: Well, that's great. You two are talking again.
Brad: Yeah. You know, Jews think Kol Nidre is sort of a mystical time. The gates of heaven are still open. You can atone to God in temple, and to people you've wronged in person.
Sharon: You apologized to her?
Brad: And to Victor, believe it or not. But the person I owe the biggest apology to is you.
Brad: Before I married Victoria, you told me that you loved me. But I married her anyway. I regret it every minute of every day, Sharon. If I'm never with you-- if you truly love Jack and wanna be with him-- I'll regret it for the rest of my life.
Sharon: I... I canít. I... I have to go.
Kevin: My mother and the great Victor Newman, who'd've thunk it?
Kevin: Voila! Hard drive scrubber, do your thang.
Gloria: All right, while you're doing that, I'm gonna go take a nice, long bubble bath.
Kevin: Okay. (Knock on door)
Michael: Hey, heads up. Greetings and salutations, little brother. Uh, you just have one more court appearance-- what are you doing?
Kevin: Oh, nothing. I, uh, I was just reading online that, uh, day of the Jackal Abbott has a news conference scheduled at 5:30.
Michael: Really? Let me see.
Kevin: Oh, I just-- I just logged off. It's gone.
Michael: Oh, I'm sure we can bring that-- huh. You apparently are running a hard drive scrubber. Why would you need your hard drive scrubbed?
Kevin: Well, to get it squeaky clean, of course.
Michael: Listen... tell me the truth. Did Gloria do what I think she did?
Michael: She gave Victor Newman that DVD? And you let her?
Kevin: Well... it's more like I didn't stop her. But, Michael? I'm really, really sorry.
Michael: Well... oh. Look... the scrubbing stopped. Time to rinse.
Michael: Oh. I'm really, really, really sorry.
[Victor puts in Gloriaís DVD]
Jack's voice: I'm telling you very soon Jabot and N.V.P. will announce to the world that for the benefit of both endeavors--
Ji min's voice: And the good of the Abbott for Senate campaignó
[Nick walks into Victorís office and Victor shuts the lid to his laptop]
Nick: I need to speak with you.
Victor: Where have you been, son? You missed some important meetings.
Nick: I went to see my wife, same as you.
Victor: Mm-hmm, and?
Nick: She told me you told her you could get her out of prison if she did what you wanted her to do.
Victor: Is that what she said?
Nick: Look, I don't care what string you have to pull, or favor you have to call in, or connection you use, if you can get my wife out of prison, then do it. Now.
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J.T.: Victoria could have any guy she wants. She's a Newman. She could do better.
Victor: I know things need to change.
Victoria: Not things, Dad, you.
Noah: I'm never gonna forgive you.
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