Y&R Transcript Tuesday 10/2/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 10/3/07 -- U.S.A.
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Sharon: You hungry? 'Cause I could fix you--
Jack: I kinda lost my appetite, thanks.
Sharon: Jack... I don't wanna fight with you.
Jack: Really? Still planning on visiting Phyllis today?
Sharon: Well, it's a command performance.
Jack: Gee, now why would she wanna see you so badly?
Sharon: Now I'm not going there to make things worse.
Jack: Well, just to be safe, you might wanna bring a bodyguard. Hey, maybe Nick's available.
Jana: Rough night? Oh, God, let me look. Oh, Phyllis, you look like death.
Phyllis: Uh, thank you, Jana.
Jana: Oh, God, you couldn't have got much sleep. I heard you tossing and turning all night.
Phyllis: Well, you know, that bed is like a cement slab.
Jana: You know, I really think I know what's bothering you.
Phyllis: Um, well, I'm in prison.
Jana: You know, I saw how upset you were when you got off the phone yesterday.
Phyllis: Okay, wait a second, that was a private conversation.
Jana: It's really all right to vent.
Phyllis: I want you to forget that you heard that.
Jana: Oh, well, how can I? I mean, you can't. It just much be awful. I mean... knowing that your guy kissed his ex and there's absolutely nothing you can do about it.
(Cell phone ringing)
Sharon: Hello? Yeah, I'm not gonna be able to make that today. Can we reschedule? Great. I'll get back to you. Thank you.
Jack: Who was that?
Sharon: The event planner for Cassie's benefit. We were supposed to get together this morning.
Jack: You might wanna run that by Nick, your co-host. I've got his number if you don't know it by heart.
Sharon: Jack... please...
Jack: Hey, I thought of a great way for you to raise money at your benefit. Maybe you and Nick could open a kissing booth.
Colleen: So after I called you last night, how'd it go?
Lily: Uh, well, Cane taught me the right way to use weights. It turns out, I've been doing it all wrong.
Colleen: You had fun?
Lily: Yeah. Except for the fact that I can't tell if he wants to kiss me or pat me on the head. And I don't want some big love thing. I just got out of some big love thing. But... I can't stop thinking about Cane.
Colleen: Lily, he's thinking about you.
Lily: Uh, maybe. I mean, he was friendly and we laughed.
Colleen: Well, that's good, right?
Lily: And he offered to help me train.
Colleen: See? Even better.
Lily: Yeah, but you know what? It was casual. It was like, you know, if you're around and I'm around--
Colleen: Well, maybe he respects you and he doesn't wanna come across like some player.
Lily: You think?
Colleen: Don't you?
Lily: I don't know. That's what's driving me insane.
Colleen: So let's go to the videotape, right?
Colleen: So there's you. There's Cane. Indigo. The kiss.
Lily: Ah, the kiss.
Colleen: See? That was real.
Lily: Maybe it happened because, you know, he was drinking and it was a party.
Colleen: Okay, Lily, he could kiss a lot of girls. He would've had to want to kiss you.
Lily: And remember after the kiss, later on, how he was all concerned about me?
Colleen: Yes. And if it didn't mean anything, he wouldn't bother, right?
Lily: And when he looks at me, he looks me straight in the eye.
Colleen: Because he's trying to see into your soul.
Lily: Oh, my gosh, shut up! You know, he probably does that to every single girl, I'm sure.
Colleen: Or just you.
Lily: And when I was lifting weights, I totally caught him checking me out.
Colleen: Oh, I love that.
Lily: But not in a sleazy way.
Colleen: No, not at all.
Lily: See, I'm obsessing. And I don't obsess!
Colleen: No, you're not! You're having fun! It's totally okay.
Lily: You know what? I need to figure out a way to hang out with him without making it too obvious.
Brad: I am impressed. You ate every bite.
Abby: There are starving children in the world, Daddy.
Victoria: Hey! What a nice surprise.
Brad: Hey. Abby's in town visiting for a few days.
Victoria: Yeah, I see that. Oh, I missed you.
Abby: Me, too. Guess what?!
Abby: My mom got engaged!
Brad: To Ridge Forrester.
Victoria: Wow. How cool! Well, um... tell her that I said congratulations.
Abby: I will. And guess what else?
Abby: My friend Becka's mom is gonna pick me up and she'll take me and Becka to get our nails painted!
Victoria: Well, that's really exciting! Hey, you know what? I have an idea. Why don't, um... why don't you and I do something together before you leave?
Abby: Go to the movies?
Victoria: Yeah, let's-- let's--let's go to the movies.
Abby: Can I, Daddy?
Brad: Of course, Sweetheart, sure.
Abby: When's the baby coming?
Victoria: Well, not for a while.
Abby: I can't wait. Where's his room gonna be when he's at your house, Daddy?
Brad: We're, uh, we're working on that.
Abby: Not my room, right? Because when I come visit, it'll still be my room, right?
Brad: Of course, Sweetheart. Yeah.
Victoria: Hey, you know, maybe you can help me get his room ready at my place. We--we can go shopping together, you and I.
Abby: Yeah! You're excited, too, aren't you, Daddy?
Brad: You bet I am, Sweetie.
Abby: Look! There's Victor!
Victoria: Oh, sure enough. Why don't you go say hi?
Brad: Go ahead, Honey.
Victor: Hi, Sweetheart! Hi, my baby.
Abby: I saw you come in.
Victor: How nice to see you. How was California?
Abby: The beach was fun, but I miss everyone here.
Victor: Really? Well, everyone missed you, you know? It isn't the same without you.
Abby: How's Zapato?
Victor: Oh, Zapato? Well, I talked to Zapato this morning. And he-- well, he sort of was sad. He said, "I wish Abby would come by and just say hello to me."
Abby: (Laughs) dogs can't talk.
Victor: What are you talking about? I taught him sign language.
Abby: You're so silly.
Victor: Oh, yeah? Give me a hug. My sweetheart, it's so nice to see you. Sit down over here.
Victoria: You know, she's gonna have to be told at some point.
Brad: How do I explain the concept of infidelity to a little girl?
Victoria: I was never unfaithful to you. Which is more than I can say for you.
Brad: You're the one who wanted to make the split permanent. If it were up to me, we would've tried to work it out.
Victoria: Well, you can sit there and blame me all you want, but it's not gonna change anything.
Brad: You're right about that.
Victoria: What matters right now is your daughter and the baby.
Colleen: I am a genius.
Lily: Uh, because?
Colleen: I thought of a way that you can Cane can hang out together. Ready?
Colleen: It's an assignment for school.
Lily: An assignment for what?
Colleen: You'll figure out the details, but you make it a really nice, long interview.
Lily: Huh. That is a really good idea.
Nikki: The cost overruns on the construction are excessive.
Cane: I promise you, Mrs. Newman, I'm doing everything I can to save you money.
Nikki: Safely, I hope.
Cane: Of course, I don't violate building codes.
Nikki: Well, I know you wouldn't. The last thing we need is a lawsuit.
Cane: I agree. But quality workmanship and materials are expensive.
Nikki: I know. It's taking every penny I borrowed to stay afloat.
Cane: I'm sorry. I hear sales are down.
Nikki: Yeah, you can thank Jack Abbott for that.
Cane: How bad is it?
Nikki: Well, I know Victoria approved the next phase of the condos, but I think we should hold off.
Cane: Okay. For how long?
Nikki: Let's see where we are in a few days. I don't wanna get over-extended. I'd like to wait on borrowing any more money for as long as possible.
Jana: Jealousy can eat away at you.
Phyllis: Yeah, yeah. Sure. Uh, you know, I really don't want to talk about this. Uh, this is personal, private business, Jana.
Jana: You know, sometimes confiding in a friend can really make you feel better.
Phyllis: Okay, just because we're in close quarters doesn't mean we have to be close friends.
Jana: It's just that... I know what you're going through.
Phyllis: No, you don't. Mnh-mnh.
Jana: Confidentially, before my surgery, oh, God, I used to drive myself batty about Kevin and Colleen. Did they kiss the way that your Nick and Sharon did?
Phyllis: Okay, wait, wait, wait just one second. Okay, this is-- this is the thing. You and Kevin? You're dating or living together or I don't know, whatever. Nick and I--we're married. And we have a child together. It's not the same.
Jana: Right you are. And that's why it must be so horrifying to imagine what they may have done and they're not telling you about.
Phyllis: Um... listen, Jana, um... this is--this is the deal. This is the deal-- I-I understand that you're-- you're in need of a friend and you're probably lonely here. But I need my own personal, private space, you know? And, um... you're an imaginative girl. Just, let's pretend like I have a big, electric force field around me, okay? Let's do that.
Woman: Phyllis Newman?
Phyllis: Uh, yes?
Woman: You have a visitor. Sharon Abbott.
Jana: Oh! She actually showed up! Sorry.
Phyllis: Hm. This should be interesting.
Brad: I'm hoping that once Abby gets back to California, she'll be too busy to think about the baby.
Victoria: You're talking about the little girl who's been pushing dolls around in carriages since she was 2.
Brad: Yeah, good point. Remember Priscilla?
Victoria: Yeah, I remember Priscilla. I opened the car door and she fell out that day.
Brad: We had to do, uh, doll surgery on her, wrap her in bandages. Abby still talks about it.
Victoria: Your daughter is a born mother.
Brad: Yeah. I guess she won't forget.
Brad: But I still don't think she needs to be told that the baby might not be her brother.
Victoria: I agree. Not until it's necessary.
Brad: I don't think it ever will be.
Victoria: I know you want this baby to be yours.
Brad: Whoever turns out to be the father, I just want the best for you both.
Sharon: Well, I'm not really sure why I'm here.
Phyllis: "A"--I missed you, "B"--you kissed my husband, "c"--you kissed my husband.
Sharon: Um... "B" and "C"-- I kissed your husband. Um, I'm not--I'm not denying it.
Phyllis: Oh, why don't you answer a question for me, please? And be honest.
Phyllis: Is this payback for my affair with Nick?
Sharon: Absolutely not.
Phyllis: So you didn't seduce him?
Sharon: No. No. No, see, um, he... well, he was confused.
Phyllis: And you just had to take advantage of that. You couldn't resist.
Sharon: Phyllis, you know, you're working yourself up for nothing, because, um, Nick and I are just friends.
Phyllis: And friendly kisses--they don't hurt anyone, right?
Sharon: You know, if I had to give up my friendship with Nick for Jack, I would do that.
Sharon: But we share a child together. So, you know, you and me and Jack and Nick are going to have to figure out a way to make this work or the next 50 years are going to be pretty miserable.
Victor: Trying to avoid me or what?
Jack: Well, certainly not intentionally, but that's not a bad idea.
Victor: Interesting piece in "The Chronicle" today.
Jack: I'm glad you're enjoying it. If you'll excuse me...
Victor: It's an in depth coverage of how you secretly bought and sold Jabot Cosmetics.
Jack: Well, I'll be sure to frame that and send it to you for Christmas.
Victor: Wait a minute, here's another one. Look at this-- Wendy's column. "Abbott probe widens." I'll be damned.
Jack: Yeah, maybe you oughta stick to the comic section, Victor.
Victor: You know, I gotta tell you, this is far funnier than the comics. Look at this here. I'll be damned, there's a possibility of a run-off election in case the senate ethics committee finds Jack Abbott guilty of fraud. I'll be damned. Now there's an opportunity for you.
Jack: How do you figure that?
Victor: Well, you could always sell your casino to me in case you need to cover legal fees.
Jack: Nice try. I'll hold onto my casino.
Victor: Then you be prepared to lose it.
Jack: Boy, you always were full of yourself. This time you're wrong.
Victor: I haven't enjoyed myself this much since I made my first million.
Jack: I actually feel sorry for you, Victor. The only joy you'll get is reveling in the misery of others. And while you're wallowing in that joy, you don't even realize you're losing your wife and your children. And for what? Some imaginary sense of victory over me? And the end of the day I go home to a family, a family that loves me. What do you have?
Victor: That's very good. Are you finished?
Jack: Actually, I have one piece of advice for you. Get some help for your obsessive-compulsive behavior. And try to figure out what's really important to you in life. You're the one that's gonna end up with nothing in the end.
Victor: Why would I take advice from you?
Jack: There's one big difference between you and me. I learn from my mistakes. You've got much too much pride, much too much ego, to ever admit you're wrong.
Victor: One thing you must always remember, Jack. I don't forget. I just get even.
Abby: Bye, Daddy!
Brad: See you later.
Colleen: Hey, bye!
Colleen: So, uh, what's up with you and Vicki now?
Brad: Thank you. Civility.
Brad: Probably because we were talking about Abby and the baby.
Colleen: She told me how excited she was to be having a new baby brother.
Brad: Yeah, I know, she told me, too. I just don't wanna confuse her with this whole complicated mess.
Colleen: Can't you just wait until you're sure whose it is?
Brad: Well, that's what we decided.
Colleen: What about you?
Brad: I would love it if the baby was mine.
Victoria: Do you think we should put a hold on phase three?
Nikki: I told Cane to push that off a few days.
Victoria: Well, that's a good call, because looking at this, we don't have an option.
Nikki: I'm thinking about going up there myself. I mean, it's great to have the photos, but there's nothing like being there in person, you know?
Victoria: I think that's a terrific idea.
Nikki: I just don't know when on earth I can get away to do it.
Victoria: I-I could go for you.
Nikki: Oh, Darling, you should not be traveling right now.
Victoria: Mom, I'm pregnant. I'm not in a body cast. Besides, I'm gonna be heading up there anyway, because J.T. starts work with Chancellor Constructions soon.
Nikki: Ah, yes, I heard about that.
Victoria: Mm-hmm. So I'll be heading up there anyway.
Nikki: I don't know if this is the right time. You need to be taking care of yourself.
Victoria: I will be lying around, pampered by my wonderful boyfriend.
Nikki: And the rest of the time you'll be running around the town with a clipboard in your hand.
Victoria: I'll be fine. I've been taking care of myself. I've been taking my vitamins. I've been getting a lot of rest. Dr. Okamura says that if I'm careful--
Nikki: I don't want you overdoing it. You've waited too long for this baby.
Victoria: I will be careful. I promise.
Nikki: Oh, I have a surprise for you!
Victoria: You do?
Nikki: I couldn't resist. I had to buy a few little baby things. Look! Look! What?
Victoria: I don't-- I don't want 'em.
Nikki: Why not?
Victoria: You know, I gave-- I gave all the clothes that I bought for the baby away when I miscarried. I gave them away to charity. One woman was very happy to get them, and it was--it was nice. It felt good to be able to give them to her, but... you have no idea what it was like for me.
Nikki: Oh, Sweetheart. I understand. All right, well... I'll keep them right here until you're ready.
Woman: Visit's over in five minutes, Mrs. Abbott.
Sharon: Look, you don't have to worry about Nick, okay? He loves you.
Phyllis: I know that. I know he does. I trust Nick. It's Jack I'm worried about.
Phyllis: Do you know how badly you hurt him? I mean... he--he never expected you to go behind his back and do something like this.
Sharon: Oh, but he did expect it from you, right? You know, if hypocrisy were against the law, Phyllis, you'd be doing a life sentence.
Phyllis: Okay, so you're hurting Jack to get back at me?
Sharon: Why on earth would I do that? Just because your affair with Nicholas almost destroyed the man?
Phyllis: I know how much I hurt him. That's why I don't want him to go through something like that again.
Sharon: Well, you take care of your marriage, I'll take care of mine.
Phyllis: You're doing a great job there.
Sharon: I made a mistake. But unlike you, I take responsibility for my mistakes. And anything else is between Jack and me. He's a wonderful man. And he loves my son very much and my son loves him back. And we are going to work through this, and we're going to have a wonderful, happy life together and grow old together.
Phyllis: You forgot something.
Phyllis: You see, this whole marital bliss thing? I'm--I'm not buying it. And the reason I'm not buying it is because not once in this conversation-- not once-- have you said you love Jack.
Cane: G'day, muscles. You working out today?
Lily: Uh, yeah. Are you?
Cane: I'm gonna try and fit it in for sure.
Lily: Oh, okay. Um, I was wondering, um... are you busy, or...
Cane: No, no, no, not at all, what's up?
Lily: Well, I have to write a midterm paper for cultural anthropology.
Cane: And you want me to write it for you?
Lily: Yes. No, um, I have to compare and contrast the lives of gen "Y" in America and Australia. And I need five sources.
Cane: And I'm source number...
Lily: One. I mean, two, after the internet, which, I did that already. But, um, I figured that since you've lived in America, you can give me a perspective of differences and stuff.
Cane: I would love to.
Lily: Oh. Okay. Great! Uh, now?
Cane: Sure, I've got a, uh, conference call with, um, my foreman in about half an hour, but let's give it a burl.
Lily: Oh. Okay.
Cane: Have a seat.
Lily: Are you always this nice?
Cane: No, maybe you bring it out in me.
Colleen: Before you go, um...
Brad: What's up?
Colleen: I was thinking... about how much we missed when I was going up because you weren't around. And, uh... now Abby's with Ashley and... it must've been really hard for you. And even when I wanted to kill you, I always knew how much you loved me.
Brad: Before I ever laid eyes on you. Remember I told you how it was storming the night that you were born? The roads were closed and there was no way to get to a hospital. Your mom was so brave. I mean, she talked me through the whole delivery right there in the living room. And when I finally held you in my hands and I looked at you, that's when I really knew what love was.
Colleen: I hope Vicki's baby is your son, Dad.
Cane: The biggest difference between America and Australia is that in America you seem to live to work. Where in Australia, we--we work to live.
Lily: That's nice.
Cane: I was really surprised when I found out that here you only have two weeks vacation. 'Cause we get four.
Lily: Well, here, if you're young and you want time off, people just call you a slacker. Um, so, uh, what do you-- what do you do with all your free time?
Cane: I drink beer.
Lily: Okay, please tell me you're joking.
Cane: Of course I'm joking.
Lily: Okay, good.
Cane: Um, our young-- our gen "Y"-- your gen "Y"-- like to travel. You know, we go places that, you know, most Americans don't go to, like Southeast Asia, uh, Indonesia, Bali, Thailand. You know, that sort of thing.
Lily: I'd love to do that.
Cane: There's a sense of optimism that we have in Australia that you don't really even have here. It's--we don't have that "You're not cool if you don't wear the expensive jeans" mentality.
Lily: Do you miss it?
Cane: Sometimes. Sometimes. You know what I miss?
Cane: I miss... I miss looking at the stars. I miss this-- I miss the Southern Cross.
Lily: The what?
Cane: It's a-- it's a constellation. You have, uh, you have the big dipper. You have the hunter in Orion. We have the Southern Cross. I used to lay on my uncle's farm. There was this one hill and at night, you could look at the stars-- there's a blanket of stars above you. And you seen the southern cross just hanging above you. If I close my eyes, I can still see it.
Lily: That's-- that's beautiful.
Cane: Well, I guess that doesn't really help you with your paper, does it?
Lily: Oh, um, yeah... uh, well, people, you know, in their 20s-- they--they, um, they star gaze, you know?
Cane: So... I would really like to read your paper when it's done.
Lily: Um, well, I just, um... I get shy about people reading my stuff.
Cane: I understand. I understand. So what year are you in at school?
Lily: Um, I'm a sophomore. You know, my stomach is growling. I just realized I haven't eaten in hours. Have you?
Cane: Um... I'm not really, uh... I've got this-- I have this phone call that I have to make to the foreman.
Lily: Oh, yeah, yeah, okay. Um, okay, well-- well, thank you for--again-- for your help and everything. Yeah.
Cane: It was my pleasure.
Lily: Okay. Um, so I'll-- I'll see you around. Okay, bye.
Sharon: Noah? Are you home?
Noah: Aw, Mom, you don't have to yell.
Sharon: Hey, how's your homework coming?
Noah: All done.
Noah: You can check it if you want.
Sharon: Well, I always do, but, uh, what were you doing up there?
Noah: Playing my new video game.
Sharon: Okay, can you take a break?
Noah: I just made it to the next level.
Sharon: Oh, please! Please! Come here. I have this great gift idea for Jack and I need your help.
Noah: Is it his birthday?
Noah: Then why are you giving him a present?
Sharon: Well, because, you know how he's been having a really hard time lately?
Noah: Yeah, with all the reporters and people saying stuff on the internet.
Sharon: Exactly. So I thought maybe we could put together a little gift and help cheer him up.
Jack: What, you're talking to me now?
Nikki: Only when I have to. What are you in such a good mood about?
Jack: What makes you think I'm in a good mood?
Nikki: You shouldn't be, after everything you've done to Clear Springs.
Jack: Not now, Nikki, okay?
Nikki: You know, if David hadn't talked Saxton's into being part of the shopping center, we would've lost Fenmore's, too.
Jack: Which reminds me, thank you so much for all your support in the last few weeks.
Nikki: Support? This project wouldn't be in the mess it's in if you had bowed out gracefully before confessing all to the public.
Jack: And why did I have to do that? Because your husband leaked my conversation with Ji Min Kim.
Nikki: I am not responsible for what he does.
Jack: No, Victor is the one that cause this train wreck. I wouldn't be surprised if he's the one that bugged the Jabot board room. You wanna point fingers? I suggest you aim your middle one at your soon-to-be-ex husband.
Nikki: Well, that's classy. Nice!
[News on TV]
Man: As more negative publicity emerges concerning Senator Jack Abbott, it appears the planned Clear Springs development is slowly turning into a huge white elephant for the investors. Latest reports indicate 10% of the original commercial lease holders have already pulled out.
Lily: What do you see when you look at me?
Colleen: Okay. Uh, smart, cute best friend who just answered a question with a question because you don't wanna go the gym.
Lily: Do I look like a dumb ass?
Colleen: Um... no.
Lily: Okay, 'cause I feel like one.
Lily: Yeah. I took your idea and did the non-existent interview for my non-existent class. Ooh, tell me all about the gen "Y" in Australia! Like I was some groupie glomming on Leonardo DiCaprio.
Colleen: Well, he's not Australian.
Lily: That's not the point. I mean, I thought it was going really well. Until I said I was hungry-- hint, hint-- and instead of saying, (Australian accent) "Let's get "A bite together, Luv," (Normal voice) he says, (Australian accent) "Have a nice meal, little girl."
Colleen: He actually said that?
Lily: Well, no, not in so many words. You know that book, "He's just not that into you"? Yeah, I should read that.
Colleen: You know what? I should do a middle school questionnaire of, like, "Do you like Lily?" Right? "Check yes or no." He would check yes.
Brad: You've been crying.
Victoria: Yeah. I know. It's just, you know, these hormones. I-I can't think straight sometimes.
Brad: I've seen hormones. This is different.
Victoria: It's nothing.
Brad: What's going on?
Victoria: My mom bought me these baby clothes. And... I froze.
Victoria: I thought that if I--if I keep them, that I'll just... I'll jinx the pregnancy.
Brad: Well, that's understandable after what happened last time.
Victoria: You probably don't--you probably don't even remember, do you?
Brad: Della's baby boutique. We bought that exact outfit before you miscarried.
Victoria: When I saw it, I just couldn't help... remembering how empty I felt.
Brad: I know. Come here.
Sharon: I thought I heard someone come in.
Jack: I thought you were visiting Phyllis.
Sharon: Oh, I got out of there as fast as I could.
Jack: Listen, I'm gonna go up and lie down for awhile.
Sharon: Please... please stay.
Jack: I've had kind of a rough morning.
Sharon: I know you're really upset with me, and with everything else you have going on right now, I just can't imagine how you must feel, but... I really do believe that things are gonna get better. For all of us.
Jack: (Sighs) what's that?
Sharon: Open it up and find out.
Jack: It's an mp3 player.
Sharon: Yeah. Noah helped me download the music. It's... Sinatra for a romantic evening, Vividly for your morning run, and rap to recharge your battery before a big business meeting.
Jack: And when I'm lonely and disillusioned?
Sharon: Got you covered. Gospel, Aretha Franklin, a little bit of Elvis.
Jack: All my favorites. How did--
Sharon: You remember when we had that conversation when we first started dating, you told me what all your favorite music was.
Jack: You remembered all that?
Sharon: I remembered 'cause it was important to you. And you are really important to me.
Jana: The doctor says everything looks good.
Jana: The whole time he was examining me, all I could think about... was you.
Phyllis: Well, you don't need to fixate on me, Jana.
Jana: I'm dying to know what Sharon said.
Phyllis: Uh, you know, I-I think you should, uh, read one of those romance novels off the bookshelf.
Jana: Oh, but your life is so much more exciting than mine. Did she give you pathetic excuses?
Phyllis: No, no, no, no. Not really. No.
Jana: Well, what then?
Phyllis: I don't-- she just, you know, she gave me some--some garbage about, uh, she and Jack growing old together and...
Jana: What, and--and you think its rubbish because she's still in love with your husband?
Phyllis: No. No. I don't. Nick and I are solid.
Jana: But what about Jack and Sharon? You care about him very much, don't you? Oh, you're such a loyal friend. Does she love him? She did say that she loves him, right, Phyllis?
Phyllis: Um... Jana...
Jana: Oh! Tsk, tsk, tsk. That poor man. Bless his heart.
Jana: God, he really needs you.
Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, I know. I know he does. He does.
Jana: Of course, you're stuck here behind bars.
Heather: Why do you look so familiar?
Cane: Because I am one of America's most wanted.
Heather: Oh, by whom?
Cane: Every woman in Genoa City, haven't you heard?
Heather: I guess I wasn't C.C'd on that e-mail.
Cane: Oh, you're missing out on my charm then.
Heather: Oh, really?
Cane: Oh, really. Why don't I tell you what it's like to build a small community, if you tell me why Ji Min's death is being deemed a homicide.
Heather: Possible homicide.
Cane: Possible homicide. Okay. You know, my mother is anxious to find out what happened.
Heather: How is she doing?
Cane: How would you expect a woman who's had her fiancé killed to be doing? Do you have any suspects?
Heather: It's an ongoing investigation.
Cane: Come on, I won't tell.
Heather: Charm will not get you anywhere this time.
Cane: How about a bribe? I'm joking. It was a joke.
Heather: You really are concerned about this case.
Cane: Why wouldn't I be?
Heather: Guilty parties typically have a vested interest in the investigation.
Cane: And who said every party who asks you a question about the investigation is guilty?
Heather: The harder they press, the more likely they had some involvement in the crime.
Cane: Who's pressing you for answers?
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