Y&R Transcript Friday 10/12/07

Y&R Transcript Friday 10/12/07 -- Canada; Monday 10/15/07 -- U.S.A.


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Daniel: Oh, hey, Jack? I am sorry I missed the staff meeting. I locked my keys in the car.

Jack: Not to worry. It's okay.

Daniel: Have you heard from Michael? He's not answering his cell.

Jack: I guess I'm not surprised. He's probably buried in the law library somewhere. Or better yet, hiding in a law library.

Daniel: Don't tell me.

Jack: The appellate court turned down your mother's appeal.

Daniel: Oh, no!

Jack: Oh, yes. And it didn't take long, either. A one-sentence ruling-- "We find this appeal to be without merit."

Daniel: I thought that was our best shot. Mom's gotta be crushed.

Jack: I'm already looking for an attorney to take this to the state supreme court. Victor is hopefully calling in a contact at the capital. And there is a pilot work release program at the prison that hopefully we can get her into.

Daniel: Have you seen her?

Jack: Yeah. Earlier today. She's trying real hard to be strong.

Daniel: Yeah, I bet. Looking at six long years. And what are the chances of us getting her into this work program?

Jack: Daniel, I-I can't say.

Daniel: You can't say, or you won't say?

Jack: It's a pilot program. I mean, how many inmates are they gonna take from one prison? I'd say the odds are against her.

Daniel: I wanna see her. I'm gonna go over there.

Jack: You can't today. Visiting hours are already over.

Phyllis: Are--are you-- are you going to the gym?

Jana: No. Too many scary women there.

Phyllis: Yeah. You know, I hate to break it to you, but I have been convicted of a felony and my appeal was turned down. And you're accused of murder, so I think we're scary, too.

Jana: Why do you ask about the gym?

Phyllis: Well, because, um, if I'm gonna be here for six years, I might as well make good by my new year's resolution.

Jana: Kind of late for that, don't you think?

Phyllis: No. Not for the Jewish new year. I'm a month late.

Jana: (Laughs) Hey, you ever heard of "Caged Heat"? It's my favorite.

Phyllis: Are they playing it in our luxury lounge? Don't tell me, there's a deranged doctor up there giving, um, illegal electroshock therapies.

Jana: Well, say that there is. You and I could really pump some iron together. You know, become lean, mean fighting machines and bust out of here like those women did. What do you say?

Phyllis: I donít...

Jana: What?!

Phyllis: No, I just, I...

Jana: I thought it was clever!

Phyllis: I keep on picturing you with these massive muscles, pulling apart the steel bars with your pinkies.

Jana: Oh, I could bulk up these babies in less than six months, you know?

Phyllis: Well, if you turn green like the Incredible Hulk, the plan is off.

Jana: Well, I think that turning green is probably our best shot at getting out of here.

Phyllis: I thought I was gonna be home with my husband tonight.

Jana: Yeah. I thought that, too. (Sighs) me? I'm not going anywhere. Not after what I did. I don't deserve to.

Phyllis: Should I summon the other guests of the state?

Jana: What for?

Phyllis: Um, for our pity party? I'll bring the water, you can bring the bread.

Jana: No way.

Phyllis: Well, I guess we just gotta hit the gym then.

Jana: Yep.

Phyllis: Yep.

Sharon: I'm afraid you'll never be Norman Rockwell.

Nick: Yeah, well, right now, I could use Norman Schwartzkopf. Phyllis' appeal was denied.

Sharon: I know. I'm sorry. Well, I heard Michael's trying to get her out on a work release program.

Nick: Yeah, well, I'm not gonna get my hopes up again.

Sharon: She could always appeal to the state supreme court, right?

Nick: Well, that appeal was mandatory. This one... you know, they don't even have to hear it if they don't want to.

Sharon: Um... well, can I distract you with something positive?

Nick: Sounds great. I can't think of anything else that would do that.

Sharon: What about Cassieís Challenge? I, uh, I still really wanna do the benefit, but it's gonna take a lot of planning.

Nick: Are you sure you still want me to co-host?

Sharon: Why wouldn't I?

Nick: Well, Jack wasn't that hot on the idea in the first place, and that was before our notorious kiss. I can only imagine how he feels now.

Amber: Two coffees.

Maggie: Thanks.

Heather: Um, actually, can you bring me some non-dairy creamer?

Amber: Sure.

Heather: Thanks. Ahem. So how's the investigation going into Mr. Kim's death?

Maggie: If my gut's right, I think we're gonna get a big break in the case soon.

Heather: Really?

Maggie: Yeah. The lab promised me that I'm gonna have results on the dog hair samples today.

Heather: Well, that normally means in about a week.

Maggie: Yeah, normally it does, but not this time.

Heather: What did you do? How'd you get 'em to commit?

Maggie: I promised I'd run in the sack race at the next department picnic.

Heather: So cops can be bought! I knew it!

Cane: Hello, Ladies.

Heather: Hey!

Maggie: Hi.

Heather: How's the life of a big-time construction magnate?

Cane: You know, I could use someone like you on my staff. Good looking, cute-- I'm sorry, did I say good looking? I meant, hard working.

Heather: So is that your criteria?

Maggie: Well, it sounds like the, uh, project is very challenging for you?

Cane: Let's just say it's, uh, a crash course in management.

Maggie: Oh.

Amber: Here you go.

Heather: Thank you.

Amber: And let me know if you need anything else.

Heather: Okay.

Cane: How about I buy you the next cup?

Heather: I've got too much work. Rain check?

Cane: How many rain checks does it take before someone has to give someone a real date?

Maggie: God, what is it now? 15? 20?

Cane: Well, you know what they say. All work, no play makes... Heather a dull girl.

Heather: Well, don't argue with the prosecutor, because you will never win.

Cane: Maybe I like the challenge.

Heather: Okay. So...

Maggie: Cute guy.

Heather: Very.

Maggie: Huh. I'm gonna drop by the lab.

Heather: Okay. Well, don't forget to bring your potato sack.

Maggie: (Laughs) that's funny. Hey, um, can I give you a piece of advice about that one? Life's short. I think you should take Mr. Ashby up on his offer.

Heather: Okay.

Maggie: Okay.

Cane: So you're alone at last, huh?

Heather: It looks like your persistence paid off.

Cane: So... you wouldn't mind going on a pre-date with me then?

Heather: A what?

Cane: A pre-date. It's a noun. It's the 10 or 15 minutes you actually spend with someone who's good looking-- I'm sorry, I mean, hard working and highly intelligent, such as yourself before I actually ask you to officially go on a real date with me.

Heather: More Aussie slang?

Cane: No, no, no, this is in the American heritage dictionary.

Heather: No, it isnít.

Cane: Yes, it is.

Heather: Which means you thought of it all by yourself. It was a pretty good one. Good job.

Cane: So are you tempted?

Daniel: Stewardess, can I get a little service?

Amber: Not a good time to mess with me.

Daniel: When is a good time to mess with you, hm?

Amber: I'm already brewing enough coffee to scald two people. I can easily make it three.

Daniel: Ooh. Ouch.

Amber: What does he see in her anyway, hm?

Daniel: They're just talking.

Amber: He wants a young and successful woman? He's gonna be sorry he ever left me.

Daniel: Well, if this has anything to do with another television show, I'm out.

Amber: I'm talking about my record deal.

Daniel: Is this the one that you can't afford, or the one that's non-existent?

Amber: You're unusually charming today.

Daniel: Yes, well, my mother's appeal was denied.

Amber: Are you serious?

Daniel: As a heart attack.

Amber: Well, what does that mean? What--what happens now?

Daniel: The lawyers are trying to figure something else out. I really think that was her best shot, though.

Amber: Well, if you'd like to take your frustrations out on them, just be my guest.

Daniel: Is your shift over? Are you done here?

Amber: Yeah. Why?

Daniel: Let's get outta here. Come on. Let's go.

Amber: Where are we going?

Daniel: We are going someplace that's just a little bit better to blow off steam.

Amber: Good.

Jack: You're asking my permission to work on a benefit with Nick?

Sharon: I was hoping you'd be okay with it.

Jack: I think that might be going a little far.

Sharon: We'd work on it mostly at Newman Enterprises.

Jack: Certainly better than a bank vault.

Sharon: I know I hurt you. But there is nothing between Nicholas and me other than friendship.

Jack: And this little thing called parenting.

Sharon: Fine. Friendship and parenting. But I'm worried about him.

Jack: Yeah, you do a bit of that lately.

Sharon: This time it's justified. After that appeal with Phyllis? I think he could use a distraction.

Jack: You know what? His wife could use a new attorney.

Sharon: Well, I was talking about the benefit for Cassieís Challenge. Look, if co-hosting it with him upsets you, then...

Jack: You want me to be honest? I would be lying to you if I said it didn't bother me. And I think you and Nick both know why.

Sharon: I understand. I'll just find some other-- wait, wait a minute.

Jack: What?

Sharon: I have an idea. Okay, you stay here. I have to call Nick.

Cane: Well, pre-date's over and you still look busy, so I'm gonna let the workaholic get back to it.

Heather: Well, wait. If, uh, if you can put off work, so can I.

Cane: I don't know. I don't know if I wanna associate myself with slackers.

Heather: Oh, okay! So it's gonna be like that? All right, well, hypothetically speaking, if we were to go somewhere, what sort of plans do you have in mind?

Cane: Well, hypothetically speaking, I think you'll just have to wait and see, Counselor.

Jana: Here you are.

Phyllis: Thank you.

Jana: Let's play a game. Whose life sucks more?

Phyllis: Oh, well, you picked a bad time to play that game.

Jana: Try me.

Phyllis: Okay, Nick fell back in love with me and I got locked up in here.

Jana: All right, same with me and Kevin. Although, I had a brain tumor and major-league surgery.

Phyllis: All right, Jana, three. Phyllis, two. We're going into the fourth quarter.

Jana: If I can make a guy fall in love with me after trying to roast him alive, I don't think you've got too much to worry about there, Dear.

Phyllis: You got a point. Okay, that's worth a touchdown.

Jana: Oh, God, American football? Phyllis, really? That's so sissy. They wear all those pads. No, I much prefer rugby.

Phyllis: Oh, hey, hey, I caused a divorce. That's worth a field goal.

Jana: Okay. I've got a dead victim, a devastated family and a distraught boyfriend. Thank you.

Phyllis: You win. Game over. That's--that's good. That was fun.

Jana: Not until I get my tattoos.

Phyllis: What tattoos?

Jana: Well, prison tattoos, of course. Don't you think a skull and crossbones would look fabulous on my left shoulder?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Jana: Oh, picture this, across my back-- "Jackson pen--it's the people."

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, good. Right--right under your--your heart with Kevinís name on it, right?

Jana: How fitting. You and I could get matching ones.

Phyllis: Yeah, we should get our, uh, our inmate identification numbers, so they'd know our names.

Jana: 6079, Hawkes, J., you have a visitor!

Phyllis: No, I don't think I'm gonna do that. I'm just gonna settle for "I heart Nick." For now, I guess. Cheers!

Jana: Cheers.

Jack: Gee, nice that you could drop by, Nick.

Nick: Well, I could take off if you'd like, Jack.

Sharon: Stop it, both of you. I wanted to talk to you for a very good reason. I was thinking about moving the venue of Cassieís Challenge to the development.

Jack: That's great. That's a great idea.

Sharon: Nick?

Nick: Wait, where, exactly?

Sharon: Jack's casino. It's just about ready to open.

Jack: I love this.

Nick: I don't really think we should have a charitable event tied to a gambling establishment.

Jack: Hey, Nick, it's a building.

Nick: Drinking and gambling go hand in hand, Jack. What are we trying to fight? Drunk driving.

Jack: What a way to send the message that adult drinking, as well as kids' drinking, has to be done responsibly, if at all. Look, it's a huge space. It's wide open. It's available now. I think it's a perfect place for the party.

Sharon: He has a point.

Nick: Well, he's also the focus of a major scandal. This is not how I envisioned my daughter's benefit.

Jack: Well, let's not be hypocritical here. It is your face that is all over the tabloids right now.

Sharon: Okay, stop it! We are supposed to be doing something positive here. We can't do that with you two yelling at each other.

Jack: She's right, you know?

Nick: I don't want anything negative tied to this event.

Sharon: Well, I think the casino is positive. It's huge. And think of the crowds that we'll draw and all the money we'll raise for the benefit.

Jack: Look, the venue could actually be a draw. No one has seen the new Clear Springs. These would be the first people on their block to have seen the new resort.

Sharon: I'm sure that will draw people from all over the region.

Nick: Well, I just don't like the idea of using my daughter's memory to help restore your husband's image.

Sharon: Well, think about it. That's all I ask, just think about it.

Amber: And this was your idea of blowing off steam?

Daniel: Yeah. You can, uh, throw the ball at the wall as hard as you can and you will be amazed at how much better it makes you feel. What, you don't believe me? Watch. This... is for my mom's appeal. And this... this is for not being able to help her. Whoo! I feel better already. You wanna give it a shot?

Amber: Can I pretend the ball is Heather's head?

Daniel: You got the idea.

Amber: Yeah? Okay. This is for hanging out with Cane!

Daniel: Whoo!

Amber: Oh, and this is for leaving me!

Daniel: Yeah!

Amber: You are gonna be so sorry! I'm gonna be a huge star!

Daniel: There you go! Oh, catch!

Daniel: Jeez!

Amber: What are you doing here?

Cane: Well, I was trying to pick the last place I thought you would be, but...

Amber: Guess you don't know me very well.

Daniel: Sorry, man, the court's taken.

Cane: We'll wait.

Daniel: Well, better make yourselves comfortable.

Heather: Come on. I know somewhere else we can go.

Amber: Oh, you know what? That's a really good idea.

Cane: I say we'll wait.

Amber: Nobody invited you.

Daniel: Yeah, and like I said, this court's occupied, so why don't you guys go find one someplace else? Like maybe in Alaska?

Cane: And why don't you be a gentleman and maybe let the lady here have a turn?

Daniel: Well, the only lady that I see on this court is the one that I'm playing with.

Amber: Hmm. Let's just ignore them and play, okay?

Heather: How about some two on two?

Daniel: Winner keeps court?

Heather: Yeah.

Daniel: You're on.

Phyllis: Excuse me.

Jana: You know, you've got something that I probably will never have.

Phyllis: Oh, really? I beat you at something? What is it, dare I ask?

Jana: Kids.

Phyllis: Oh. You want kids?

Jana: Of course.

Phyllis: How many?

Jana: Two, maybe three. You know... when I was a kid, I, um, I used to cut out these cardboard boxes and put them together and turn them into a little house. My very own house. I cut out windows and doors and, um... I remember on the inside of one of the boxes, I-I drew all these little pictures of animals with my crayons. I pretended it was a nursery and brought all my dolls in and I'd sing lullabies to them and rock them like they were my babies.

Phyllis: That's sweet. Yes, when I was little, I played cops and robbers and, uh, I took imaginary people and stuck 'em in jail.

Jana: (Laughs)

Phyllis: I'm kidding. I would never do that. That's probably my payback, right? So did you have any names for your kids?

Jana: When I had my tumor, I was sure that I was a parent with Kevin and... we had this little boy named Nigel, and of course, he favored him, and a little girl named Kate.

Phyllis: Oh, I love that name--Kate.

Jana: Yeah, well, I did. I don't anymore.

Phyllis: Uh-oh.

Jana: If I had a daughter, um, I'd want to name her Carmen.

Phyllis: Oh.

Jana: You know, in memory of...

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, of--of careen, yeah.

Jana: I don't think people would like that too much, and if I have a daughter of my own, I can do what I want, right?

Phyllis: Do what you want. Yeah, of course. Do what you want.

Jana: I don't even know why I'm thinking about all that. I mean, I'm not getting out of here anytime soon.

Sharon: Have you heard from the ethics committee?

Jack: I've been expecting the call all day.

Sharon: What are you going to say if there's a hearing about you?

Jack: I'm gonna tell 'em the truth. I really have no choice. Hey, you wanna help me?

Sharon: Sure, what can I do?

Jack: Fire some questions at me. And give me the hard ones. I wanna practice my answers.

Sharon: Okay, I'll do my best. Um... you ready?

Jack: Ready.

Sharon: Are you aware of the ethical standards to which public officials are held?

Jack: Of course. They're--they're to avoid impropriety or even the appearance of impropriety.

Sharon: Um... how would you view your conduct on the Jabot matter in light of that standard?

Jack: Though I did not profit one dime from this entire affair, I did in fact bring the company back to its original luster and created countless jobs in the process. I understand that it could still be seen by some that my actions were outside of the standard.

Sharon: Good.

(Telephone ringing)

Jack: Oh. Jack Abbott. Yes, I'll hold. It's the chairman. Wish me luck. This is Senator Abbott, yes. Yes, I've been expecting your call. Yes, I'm a little surprised. Uh, yes, I fully understand. Thank you very much for your call, Sir. Good-bye.

Sharon: You're smiling.

Jack: My appearance before the senate ethics committee has been delayed indefinitely.

Sharon: Wait, that means it's over?

Jack: Well, I'm sure there's gonna be some pro forma meeting I have to attend.

Sharon: But that means they're not going to pursue fraud charges. Oh, finally! Gosh, something goes our way!

Jack: Oh! Because of you! Because you told me if I told the truth-- that I did this to help my father's company-- they'd believe me. Probably didn't hurt that I lost a ton of money in the process.

Sharon: But... it's all over with. This is over!

Jack: Honest to God, I feel like Sisyphus and a guy came along and offered me a beer break. I could not have done this without you.

Sharon: Let's celebrate with a beer.

Jack: You took the words right out of my mouth.

Daniel: That was luck.

Cane: No, she hit three in a row. It's called skill, Mate. Come on.

Heather: How's it feel to get schooled by a girl?

Daniel: It's not over yet. You, come here. We can still win this, all right? You just need to "D" up.

Amber: What does that even mean?

Daniel: "D"--"D" up. Get your hands up, you get in her face, defense.

Amber: Well, if you're so worried about Heather, how about you get her and I'll take Cane?

Cane: Come on, people, let's go. It's nine, zip. Let's go! You think you can take me?

Amber: Why not? I know all your moves better than you do.

Cane: Oh!

Amber: (Sighs)

Heather: That's game.

Cane: Oh, sorry.

Daniel: We want a rematch.

Amber: I'm out.

Daniel: Wait, what do you mean, you're out?

Heather: Ow!

Cane: What's the matter?

Heather: Uh, I got this leg cramp. It's a bad one. It's been there for at least five minutes, but I, uh, I didn't wanna stop. Good thing they quit.

Cane: Here.

Heather: Um, yeah, it's-- yeah, yeah, right there.

Cane: Is that better?

Heather: Yeah. Yeah. Ow!

Cane: Is that better?

Heather: Yeah.

Cane: Okay.

Heather: Don't stop.

Daniel: Come on.

Jana: Thinking about your tat? You could get one with your kids' names.

Phyllis: Oh, my kids! I miss my kids.

Jana: Well, I know that they miss you, too.

Phyllis: You know, when I said I wasn't counting on work release? I lied.

Jana: Yeah, I think I got that.

Phyllis: Yeah. I just don't wanna get my hopes up. I just... cannot stand it here.

Jana: What, I'm not enough for you, hm?

Phyllis: No. No. Oh, no. No, absolutely not. You are. You are, definitely. But, um... you know, my-my husband, my son, my daughter-- I feel that they live on this other planet that I just don't know anything about.

Jana: Well, last time your husband told you that he kissed somebody else. I don't think you're missing a beat.

Phyllis: Well, thank you for reminding me. And I am missing a lot. If my son needs me, I can't talk to him. He can't pick up the phone and just, you know, have a conversation with me. And my daughter-- if she's cutting a tooth, I can't console her.

Jana: Will you get that on work release?

Phyllis: Well, I know I'm not gonna get it here.

Jana: I know how you talk after Nick comes to visit you or Daniel comes to visit you. You really have an affect on them, you know? Even from in here. Definitely. Anyway, I know just what you need.

Phyllis: W-what?

Jana: A matching web site-- freephyllis.com.

Phyllis: Oh.

Amber: Remind me never to play for bucks or to blow off steam with you again.

Daniel: Oh, what's the matter? Are you upset 'cause those two are outside rubbing legs together?

Amber: Don't you have somewhere to be?

Daniel: Nope. I got the rest of the day off. So why don't we go do something, huh? Let's get outta here. Or do you like sitting around torturing yourself?

Amber: Oh, didn't I tell you? I'm a masochist.

Daniel: I thought you were a pop star that was gonna make Cane jealous.

Amber: I am, thank you.

Daniel: Yeah, well, I think he's moved on, because he didn't even flinch when you mentioned the record dropping.

Amber: You know what? When it really does happen, he'll be on his knees begging me to take him back.

Daniel: Yeah. Yeah. Here's the million dollar question, no pun intended, where are you gonna get all the money to pay for this?

Amber: Why do you think I work night and day, hm?

Daniel: You don't make jack at that job and you got a bad shopping habit.

Amber: I also know how to invest. What's with you? Hm? You need to go blow off some more steam?

Daniel: Maybe! You know, I-I don't understand prison visiting hours.

Amber: Daniel, Honey, it's a prison, not a hotel.

(Cell phone ringing)

Daniel: Hold that thought. Hello?

Jana: Hi, it's, uh, it's Jana Hawkes. I'm phoning for your mum. She's standing right next to me.

Amber: I gotta run. I'll see you later, okay?

Daniel: My--my mom's there? Is she okay?

Amber: Hi, is Mr. Jacobs in? May I speak with him, please? Hi, it's Amber Moore. Moore. Yeah, I have the money to record the album. I know it costs thousands. A rich uncle just died.

Jana: She's so proud of you.

Daniel: I gotta tell you, it's a little weird hearing my mom's words come out of your mouth.

Jana: Yeah, I-I know. Um, but I am phoning for her, because her calling card time ran out, so...

Daniel: That's cool of you.

Phyllis: Tell him I miss him.

Jana: She says that she misses you.

Phyllis: Summer, too.

Jana: And your baby sister.

Phyllis: Right.

Daniel: Hey, um... how is she? Honestly?

Jana: Your mum is a very strong lady. She's doing okay.

Daniel: Well, you tell her that no matter what, we are gonna find a way to get her outta there. Okay, no one's giving up here.

Jana: I'll pass it along.

Phyllis: Tell him I love him.

Jana: She says that she loves you.

Daniel: I love her, too.

Jana: He says he loves you, too.

Phyllis: I love you!

Jana: Bye now.

Phyllis: Good.

Jana: Yeah.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Amber: I know! He finally asked me out! Can you believe it?! Yeah, I'm--I'm totally going. He's a hottie.

Man: Hey, man, I need your help. There's a leak upstairs.

Amber: Money, money, money.

Jack: Hey, you. I just put some champagne on ice. And a beer. I hope you're on your way home. Can't wait to start celebrating with you. Love you.

(Doorbell rings)

Jana: You know, your son Daniel has been a great friend to Kevin. And he doesn't talk to me like I'm a monster. You deserve a lot of credit for that.

Phyllis: Yeah, really?

Jana: Yeah. You raised him right.

Phyllis: Well, I missed a big chunk of his childhood.

Jana: You're still a good mom, Phyllis. I'd like to be the kind of mom that you are.

Phyllis: Really? Like me?

McQueen: Ladies, listen up. There's been contraband found in block "C"-- drugs and alcohol. I've suspended two employees. So until further notice, as a security measure, we're limiting the use of the day room to one hour per prisoner per day.

Phyllis: I - I'm sorry, how does... how does that make everything more secure?

McQueen: With all due respect, this is my problem, and I'll solve it in my way.

Jana: Oh, well, she was just saying...

McQueen: I don't care what she was saying. The day room is now closed.

Phyllis: It's just unfair. We've been following the rules, and you're punishing us. It just--it... doesn't seem right.

McQueen: Ms. Newman, you've been in seg before.

Phyllis: Yeah.

McQueen: I know you don't wanna be back there again.

Phyllis: No, definitely not, but this is a prison, it's not the -- what are you doing? What is this? Oh, my gosh!

McQueen: Do you have anything to add, Ms. Hawkes?

Phyllis: Uh, all right.

Jana: No. --

Phyllis: Don't let them do this to you, all right? Just keep your mouth shut. Obviously you can't say anything.

Cane: So how's the leg?

Heather: Oh, it's-- it's pretty sore. I should probably hit the gym more often.

Cane: Yeah, in all that spare time, huh?

Heather: Yeah.

Cane: Just think of your pain as a badge of honor.

Heather: I do like to win.

Cane: Well, I'm glad I'm not a criminal.

Heather: You should be. You've got a great track record.

Cane: Yeah, what about with men?

Heather: Don't flatter yourself.

Cane: So how is the investigation going?

Heather: You do ask a lot of questions, don't you?

Cane: Yeah, well, I'm concerned about my mum.

Heather: I thought the whole point of us hanging out was to get our minds off of work.

Cane: Is it?

Heather: Yes.

Cane: Thank you.

Heather: It's the other one.

Cane: Hold it like this.

Heather: Um, yeah. Right there. It feels good. I forgot my jacket.

Cane: I'll run and get it for you.

Heather: Well, what if some other guy swoops in?

Cane: Oh. Now that's a good point, isn't it?

Heather: Mm-hmm.

Heather: Oh, my God! (Giggles) oh, sorry! Sorry! (Giggles)

Heather: Um, I don't think I've been carried around like this since Dustin.

Cane: Who's Dustin?

Heather: My boyfriend in seventh grade.

Cane: Really? This is all it takes?

Heather: Yeah, he won me over right away. When you're 12. Oh, and then he entered his whole swatting phase and, um, the teacher said to him once, "If you swat somebody's behind, yours belongs to the D.A." And I think that was the exact moment that I knew I'd go into law.

Cane: Really?

Lauren: No. Are you always this gullible?

Cane: Well, if you find it charming, then yeah.

Heather: Um... it's over there.

Cane: What's over there?

Heather: My jacket.

Cane: What jacket?

Sharon: Thank you so much. No, we couldn't do it without your support. We'll look forward to seeing you, too. Bye-bye.

Nick: I thought you were going home.

Sharon: Um, yeah, I am. I just, I wanted to check just one more time and just check in with our corporate sponsors. I-I'm leaving in five.

Nick: You liar. That list is 12 pages long.

Sharon: No, I-I can't stay. Jack and I are celebrating. The ethics committee has postponed the investigation indefinitely.

Nick: Oh. Well, congratulations, I guess.

Sharon: I gotta go.

Nick: Hey, uh, I just want you to know, I really appreciate how much work you've put into the event. It's gonna be great. Cassie would've been proud.

Sharon: It makes me feel closer to her.

Nick: Yeah, that's why I wanted to do it, too.

Sharon: I wouldn't have it any other way.

Nick: Well, Jack would.

Sharon: He understands. I think.

Nick: I still miss her so much.

Sharon: Me, too. You know, before you came in, it was so quiet and, um... I closed my eyes and I just... prayed that maybe if I listened hard enough, she would talk to me.

Nick: Are you sure you wanna have her event at Jack's casino?

Sharon: I think it would be perfect.

Nick: Okay, I'll tell you what. This is what I'll do. Why don't we go up there, check it out, make sure it serves our needs, not just Jackís.

Sharon: Of course. Thanks.

Jack: To what do I owe the pleasure of this visit, detective?

Maggie: I have a few more questions for you about the altercation you had with Mr. Kim on the day he died.

Jack: I didn't call it an altercation. Who called it an altercation?

Maggie: What would you call it?

Jack: A discussion. A serious business discussion.

Maggie: In which you managed to convince him to cancel a press conference that would've been highly damaging to your reputation?

Jack: What exactly is your point here, detective? Oh, hey, Buddy! How are ya? Sorry about that. He's a bit of a guard dog these days.

Maggie: To protect you against, uh, people like me?

Jack: Well, you and the paparazzi. I'm a very popular man these days.

Maggie: Yeah. Did you know that you were the last person seen on the security camera outside Ji Min's door?

Jack: Well, I would think any footage of me would, uh, just legitimize my story. I got there, I visited, I left.

Maggie: This discussion, um, with Mr. Kim-- did it ever get physical?

Jack: Listen very closely, Detective. We talked. I never laid a hand on the man.

Maggie: Then how exactly do you explain your dog's hair on Ji Min's clothing?

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