Y&R Transcript Thursday 11/1/07 -- Canada; Friday 11/2/07 -- U.S.A.
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Chaplain: You’re work it's also a privilege.
Phyllis: Yep. Privilege release doesn't have quite the same ring to it.
Chaplain: You're there to make a contribution.
Phyllis: Oh, I am. I am. I'm contributing a lot. The, uh, Clear Springs disaster has me working overtime, really. I mean, not--not that I am working overtime. I would never ask to work overtime. No special privileges here, believe me.
Chaplain: Some inmates are tempted to try and push the limits of their freedom.
Phyllis: Yeah, I'm sure, I'm sure. I'm determined to keep what little freedom I have.
Chaplain: I'm confident you'll be a success.
Phyllis: Thank you. It's difficult-- not being able to see my daughter when I want to.
Chaplain: I can imagine.
Phyllis: She--she was in her little sheep costume for Halloween. She looked so cute. Oh, it's just very difficult not to go trick or treating with her for the first time, right? And it just made the ride home a little depressing.
Chaplain: It must be comforting to come back and have a friend to talk to.
Phyllis: Yes, it is, thank you. Oh, you mean Jana? Oh, yeah. Yeah, I guess she's a friend.
Chaplain: It's rare for inmates to find someone they can trust. When we spoke of John, I was--I was struck by the similarities between your friendship and the one he had with Donovan Berke.
Phyllis: Really? Well--well, I hope that Jack knew that John wasn't alone.
Sharon: Hey, here's Fisher.
Jack: Hey! Look at that tail go. I think he's happy to see you.
Sharon: Oh, you wanna, uh, lie in bed and watch TV for a little while?
Noah: No, I'm tired.
Jack: Probably gonna feel real nice to be back in your own bed, huh?
Sharon: You want Fisher to join you?
Sharon: Okay, well, why don't you two run along?
Sharon: You know, if you don't want the dog up there, I can get him.
Jack: No, it's not that. Every time I see that dog, I'm reminded that I'm a suspect in a homicide investigation. Well, we know that at least one person had a motive and a dog like Fisher.
Jack: Yeah, I'd say he's next on the list.
Victor: You know, we received a letter from that-- that sweet little girl Sophia, in--in Italy, remember? Remember when she watched you paint? Well, she painted a landscape on her own now. And she would love you to take a look at it.
Nikki: We could all fly over there together.
Victor: Yeah. We could do that. She's love to see you.
Nikki: Wouldn't that be wonderful?
(Knock on door)
Paul: Good morning.
Victor: Good morning.
Paul: Any change?
Nikki: Not yet.
Victor: Can we talk alone?
Victor: Find out anything?
Paul: We're still investigating.
Victor: What about the NIST report?
Paul: They can't even tell us when the report is due out.
Victor: Well, what about the people who were involved in the kickback scheme?
Paul: The one guy who could answer our questions is dead.
Victor: You're talking about Joe Boddington, the foreman?
Victor: Well, what about him?
Paul: Well, I was able to connect him to prior illegal activities.
Victor: What kind?
Paul: Construction theft, stolen equipment, substandard materials-- the guy was a pro. His associates won't talk to me yet. He covered his tracks very well.
Victor: You uncover his tracks, okay? And do it fast.
Kevin: Hello, Zelda.
Gloria: You look busy.
Kevin: Just catching up on some work.
Gloria: Should've done it last night. Oh, that's right, you were much too busy butting into my evening.
Kevin: I wanted to get to know my new father.
Gloria: Oh, stop it, Kevin. I'm not fooled by him and you know it. You going to see Jana?
Kevin: Yeah. Why?
Gloria: I wanna go with you.
Kevin: What is this, payback?
Gloria: No. No. I wanna see her.
Kevin: I don't think that's a good idea.
Gloria: Kevin--Kevin, listen to me, listen to me. After the Clear Springs disaster, I realized again how unpredictable life is. And that I should... we all should... just live in the moment.
Kevin: Are you feeling okay?
Gloria: I feel fine. I just know that you're in love with Jana. And I accept that. Because I don't wanna be shut out of that part of your life.
Neil: So you're gonna be in the conference room working with Phyllis.
Devon: What--whoa, hang on, Man. Isn't Phyllis in jail?
Neil: She was approved for a work release program.
Devon: Really? So she's working for Newman?
Devon: Wow. Wow. That's cool for her.
Neil: Yeah, I'll tell you all about the rules and guideline she has to follow now that she's on the outside looking in, so to speak.
Nick: Hey, Fellas.
Nick: I could use some good news. You got anything for me?
Neil: Let me see, what do I have for you? Ah, wait, my son is gonna be working with your wife today.
Nick: Oh, yeah? That's cool. Watch out for her.
Devon: I will try.
Neil: So, Nick, how's Victoria doing?
Nick: She's still unresponsive, but the baby's doing okay.
Neil: She's gonna do just fine. And she's gonna be the perfect mother.
Nick: Minus the bossiness.
Neil: Well, see, the way I'm looking at it, that's gonna help to keep the kids in line, you know? They're gonna be tough, like her. I have seen Victoria go through plenty of hard times. She'll get through it, you know, for the family and for the sake of the baby.
Nick: Thanks. You know, anytime you wanna come and visit...
Neil: Oh, I will, I will. I appreciate that. But for you, my friend, I don't want you to even think about work, okay? I'm holding it down. I got it covered. Newman Enterprises is mine. When you're ready, come on back and do your thing.
Nick: Well, Victoria included. I guess that means extra hours for you.
Devon: Yeah. It's a good thing I like the boss.
Neil: And the paycheck. Don't lie, Son.
Devon: I can't disagree.
Nick: You know, thanks again for stepping up like this. We won't forget it.
Neil: Stepping up's my middle name. You're welcome, Man.
Nick: Have you heard anything about the collapse?
Neil: I actually scheduled a meeting with Katherine and her grandson. I hope they're gonna have some answers for us.
Kay: My, my, my, why is it so quiet in here?
Cane: I got tired of the reporters calling, so I unplugged the phones last night.
Kay: Yeah? What are you reading?
Cane: Estimates to clean up Clear Springs.
Kay: Couldn't find the comics?
Cane: These numbers don't even register. After being trapped under the rubble, all I can think about is the victims and their families.
Kay: I don't want you to blame yourself one more time. We need real facts. We need real answers as to who is responsible.
Kay: No, that-- that is my priority.
Jana: Oh, Phyllis, you look lovely.
Phyllis: Oh, thank you.
Phyllis: Well, your personal delivery service is about to leave.
Phyllis: Do you want me to give anything to Kevin?
Jana: I can do it. He's actually coming to visit me.
Phyllis: Oh, great. Did he like the gift?
Jana: He loved it. Thank you. Is there anything I can do for you in return?
Phyllis: You should've asked me before I made my bunk this morning.
Jana: Too bad you're not going to be here.
Phyllis: Believe me, Kevin and I won't miss each other.
Jana: You could ask him about John's prison stay.
Phyllis: Why would I do that?
Jana: Well, I heard you speaking to the chaplain. I could get information for you if you want.
Phyllis: Don't waste your visit on that. I was just listening to be polite. It's the only thing we have in common.
Jack: How's Noah?
Sharon: Well, he's asleep, but you know, he's-- he's really quiet.
Jack: Well, I think he's having trouble talking. It hurts. He's probably exhausted.
Sharon: Yeah. You're probably right.
Jack: Oh, careful, don't get any of that dog hair on you. You'll be next on the list.
Sharon: Why do you suspect Victor?
Jack: I wanna know why the police don't suspect Victor. They have every bit as much evidence against him as they do against me. That hair could've come from his dog. And we know he went up to Ji Min's room.
Sharon: Are you sure?
Jack: I saw it with my own eyes. He was hoping Ji Min's interview would do all this damage to Clear Springs, not to mention his wife and me. When I told him Ji Min had changed his mind, oh, Victor was racing up the stairs to confront him. And given his temper, I mean, it's not hard to imagine it got a little violent. He probably downed the guy with one punch and left. Not knowing he left him dying.
Sharon: Even if they do find Zapato's hair on the body, how does that make Victor more of a suspect than you?
Jack: I don't know that it does. I only know one thing-- I didn't kill Ji Min.
Neil: Hi, Victor, it's Neil. How's Victoria doing?
Victor: No change.
Neil: Um, I wanted to stop by, but I figured... I should give you time.
Victor: No, no, do come by. I want her to be surrounded by as many friends and family as possible.
Neil: Nick said the baby was okay?
Victor: The baby's doing well so far, yeah.
Neil: Uh, listen, Victor, I hate to do this to you, but Mulgrew wanted an answer on the Asian marketing campaign within the hour.
Victor: I can't do that. I'm not coming back to my office until further notice.
Neil: Yeah, I explained that to him, but he said he'll deal with you and only you.
Victor: Uh, just cancel the account, Neil. Um, I'll deal with it another time, all right? I'm just not interested right now.
Victor: All I'm concerned about is... my daughter getting well and finding out who the hell is responsible for this disaster.
Cane: I got to know everybody on the crew, and they were hard workers and they were good at what they were doing. I mean, they even taught me some things. So why--why didn't they come to me and tell me what was going on?
Kay: Well, those who knew were a minority. And he probably was paying them off.
Cane: Which is why we hired J.T.
Cane: And when he went to Boddington, he was offered the hush money. I knew--I knew when the copper wire went missing that something was going on. And when J.T. came to me and he told me they were using substandard materials, I went and I checked every building myself. And I can tell the difference between good work and shoddy work, and they were solid.
Kay: Yes, yes, yes, yes.
Cane: And the only cracks that we saw-- the ones that you saw and I saw-- that was the only exception in the parking structure.
Kay: Cane, Cane, Cane, you see, there you go beating yourself up again.
Cane: Katherine, if there was substandard materials being used, I will resign and I will accept full responsibility for you.
Kay: You were not the one who approved Boddington's employment, Dear. I mean, his actions don't reflect you. They reflect on me. Now my very worst fear is looking my dearest friend straight in the eye and telling her that I am personally responsible for her daughter's condition. I don't wanna be put in that position.
Cane: I'll get it.
Cane: Paul, hey, thank you for coming over.
Paul: Yeah, no problem.
Cane: Thanks, Man.
Kay: You have anything to report, Paul?
Paul: No specifics.
Kay: Well, that's not good enough.
Paul: Well, being summoned to answer questions isn't exactly helping the investigation.
Cane: Paul, we have a meeting at Newman and we need to tell them something.
Paul: I'm working on it.
Kay: Do whatever it takes to get to the bottom of this, Paul!
Nick: So is the coffee fresh, Ms. Employee?
Phyllis: Um... yes, it is, Mr. Newman.
Nick: Pretty sure that, uh... my dream started just like this last night.
Phyllis: I'll bet it did. How's your sister?
Nick: Still out.
Phyllis: It's so crazy that I can't go visit her.
Nick: I'm gonna take Summer over there later. It'll put a smile on my parent's faces.
Phyllis: Yeah, definitely. It's gonna light up that whole hospital.
Nick: So you should, uh, focus on retail calls today.
Phyllis: Yes, Sir.
Nick: You know, assure everyone that the buildings are safe.
Phyllis: Definitely. Yes, Sir. Yes, Sir. Definitely, Sir. You know, I would be with you day and night at the hospital if I could, right?
Nick: Yeah. I'm glad you're here now.
Phyllis: Well, for eight hours, at least. For eight hours I get to have a normal life.
Nick: Define normal.
Phyllis: No guards, no bars, and no laundry duty?
Nick: Hm. So does this mean that you're not... gonna pick up my dry cleaning later?
Phyllis: Well, I'm pretty sure that I'm not gonna be doing anything for you if we keep on visiting like this. So I'd better get back to work or else our next conversation is gonna be behind prison walls.
Jana: Kevin! Hi!
Jana: Mrs. Bardwell!
Gloria: Hello, Jana.
Kevin: Mom insisted on visiting.
Jana: Well, the more visitors the better.
Gloria: So everything okay in here?
Jana: Well... there was a prison riot a few days ago, but not to worry, I'm the cell block leader now.
Gloria: How very nice for you.
Kevin: Mom, she's punking you.
Gloria: I knew that.
Jana: I couldn't resist. I'm sorry. I could put it in my stand up.
Jana: Friday nights.
Kevin: Two shank minimum?
Jana: A good one.
Gloria: Captive audience?
Jana: Better one!
Gloria: You know, it really is good to laugh after the last few days.
Jana: Yeah, I know. I've been so glued to the telly watching the news about Clear Springs. Is there anything else you can tell me about it?
Gloria: Actually, most everyone got out with just a few minor injuries.
Kevin: Well, not everybody was that lucky. Victoria Newman is in a coma.
Jana: How sad!
Jana: Do they know when she'll be coming out of it?
Gloria: They're not sure.
Jana: I can't imagine what her family is going through. What about Lauren?
Kevin: Um, she's, uh, she having a little trouble sleeping.
Jana: Yeah, I bet the nightmares are probably unbearable. Is it true that Victor saved Senator Abbott?
Gloria: I had a hard time believing that one.
Jana: I've read that when people are in situations like that, the write their own wills. Even if they've already got one.
Kevin: Well, if Jack did, I bet you're not in it.
Heather: They did.
Maggie: You go there a lot?
Heather: I do.
Paul: So is this a private conversation?
Maggie: In front of a private investigator? That would never happen.
Heather: It's good to see you again, Paul. And, uh, Maggie, I gotta get back to the office.
Maggie: Okay. You know what? I'll call you if I find out anything else about that case.
Heather: Okay. Bye, Guys.
Paul: See ya.
Maggie: So you have a minute?
Paul: For you, anytime.
Maggie: So what'd you decide about, uh, calling Heather's mom?
Paul: I called. I talked to April and she told me she had just gotten off the phone with Heather. And Heather told her that, um... she was in a really good place right now. And April didn't think it was a good idea for me to turn her world upside down.
Maggie: Do you agree?
Paul: I haven't decided. But since April raised her, I feel obligated to do what she thinks is best.
Maggie: Well, you'll figure it out. You'll do the right thing.
Paul: I hope so.
Maggie: I know so.
Paul: So listen, what--what case were you guys talking about?
Maggie: Mm. There's an operation that steals, uh, tires and rims from cars in residential areas. I got this one guy, he goes by "Rimmy."
Paul: I know that guy. His wife had me follow him around. I took surveillance photos. I've--I've got a week's worth.
Maggie: From how long ago?
Paul: Oh, Man, uh... it couldn't be more than... a couple months, maybe?
Maggie: 'Cause even if the location we need isn't on that file, I'll bet you those pictures would be useful.
Paul: You could scare him into thinking you have something more.
Paul: Hey, listen, as long as we're trading information?
Paul: I could use your help.
Paul: I'm looking for a former associate of Joe Boddington.
Maggie: That-- the construction foreman in Clear Springs?
Paul: Right. It turns out he's been involved in other construction scams, and I wanna find out if there's any connection between Joe Boddington and other structural failures.
Paul: This, um... is the guy I haven't been able to locate. Okay?
Maggie: Okay. I'll see what we have on file. Don't wanna wait for the official report?
Paul: It's taking way too long. I need answers. And I need them now.
David: Until we know what happened, we can't make informed decisions.
Jack: We hold off on any clean up efforts until an official report has been made public.
Neil: Any idea when we might hear something?
Cane: I contacted the NIST office in Madison prior to this meeting. They told me it was still under investigation.
David: Anything else you care to disclose?
Kay: Um, not at this time.
Neil: And why was J.T. Hellstrom working at that site?
Cane: Man needed a job.
Jack: He turned in his P.I. badge?
Cane: He had a falling out with his boss, so the man needed a job.
Neil: A nice big blowup in public.
Jack: You saw this?
Neil: Yeah, it happened at my club. Never bought it for a minute, though. He was investigating something for you. He was working for Chancellor Industries as a P.I.
Kay: Go ahead. Tell them.
Jack: Tell us what?
Cane: I noticed supplies were being stolen. So I hired J.T. to find out what was going on.
David: But there was more to it than just missing supplies, wasn't there?
Cane: There was a question of a kickback scam and the possibility that substandard concrete was being used.
Jack: On which buildings?
David: In the parking garage?
Cane: It's under investigation.
Neil: So you can't tell us if that's what caused this mess?
Kay: Gentlemen, Gentlemen, please, please, please... now I was trapped in that garage and came very close to not making it out. So I want answers just as much as you do. And if Chancellor is to blame, then I will take full responsibility, but if someone else is at fault, then I assure you, Chancellor Industries will use every resource available to make sure that justice is served.
Jana: You might know the chaplain.
Kevin: Is his first name Charlie?
Jana: Funny. No, he--he worked at the prison where your husband served time, Owen Anderson?
Gloria: I remember. We talked a few times.
Jana: My cell mate's been speaking to him and figured out the connection to John.
Kevin: Phyllis is seeking spiritual enlightenment?
Jana: Didn't he give you the awful news that you'd been cut out of the will?
Gloria: He was the messenger, Jana. And he said that John had given him that will for safekeeping.
Kevin: I don't think that Mr. Abbott wrote that version.
Jana: Well, what makes you say that?
Kevin: He loved Mom. It was obvious every time they were together.
Gloria: John Abbott was kind and loving and honest. If he had a problem with me, he would've said so.
Kevin: Yeah, and there were plenty of times that he did.
Gloria: But he never would've gone behind my back to change that will.
Jana: Well, why do you think he did it then?
Gloria: He didn't. Jack Abbott somehow forged that will.
Phyllis: Yes, um, I'm calling for Todd Scheller. He was an inmate at Walworth Co-- oh, okay. All right, thank you.
Devon: Hey, is this the command center?
Phyllis: Yeah, um... phone calls, e-mails, the works.
Devon: Yeah. Uh, Neil wanted me to help out.
Phyllis: Well, okay. I can handle it. You don't need to.
Devon: You sure you don't want the help now?
Phyllis: I can handle it.
Devon: Newman Enterprises, Devon Hamilton speaking.
Phyllis: Phyllis Newman.
Nikki: Oh! You have a little visitor.
Nick: I'm not little. I'm bigger than she is.
Nikki: Oh, good grief. Pay no attention to him. He thinks he's funny. He can't help himself. Hey! How is my grandbaby today? Oh! What has your father done? Did he dress you with two different socks? He sure did. He sure did. He thinks he's funny.
Nick: You know, it's her Punky Brewster phase.
Nikki: He's just silly, huh? But he thinks he's funny. He thinks he's funny. Yes, sweet baby. Wanna sit? Wanna see Victoria?
Nick: Yeah, she's been bugging me all morning to come see her favorite aunt.
Nick: She is, uh... kinda bossy. Kinda like another Newman woman I know. Yeah, I'm talking about you. No snappy comeback? I heard that Bubba in there is growing real strong while you're catching some extra Zs. Vick, you need to wake up, give the kid a real name, otherwise he's gonna get a complex. And just so you know, Summer's gonna start to, uh, shoot hoops soon. And she's gonna wipe the court with her cousin.
Nick: Yeah. Get back at you for all those years you beat me when I was a kid.
Victor: How's Noah?
Jack: Doing better. Resting at home. I came by to see how Victoria is.
Victor: No change.
Jack: I am so sorry this is happening to her.
Victor: Thank you.
Jack: This may take your mind off things for awhile. I am now a suspect in Ji Min Kim's death.
Victor: Well, that's not too surprising, considering you were the last one to see him alive.
Jack: Well, I guess the police found a dog hair on his body. That's what brought 'em to my door anyway.
Jack: Guess they'll be knocking on yours next.
Victor: Why would they knock on my door?
Jack: Well, I guess the test they ran on this dog hair are not exactly conclusive. Apparently, retrievers share certain attributes.
Victor: What are you talking about?
Jack: Well, this dog hair could as easily have been from your dog.
Victor: (Laughs) explain that to me.
Jack: Well, I don't know, maybe the hair fell off your clothing when you fought with Ji Min. After I told you that he was not going to go through with the interview, you raced up to, uh, confront him. Apparently you were the last person to see him.
Victor: Jack, for your information, when I went up there, knocked on the door, no one answered it. You got it? Probably because you already killed him.
Gloria: I think I'm gonna get some fresh air. And let you two have some time alone.
Kevin: Thank you.
Kevin: Ugh. I thought she'd never leave.
Jana: I'm glad your mum's here.
Kevin: I think she's finally accepted that you and I are gonna be together.
Jana: Did we upset her, talking about John?
Kevin: No. No. I always used to joke around about Mom entering into holy matri-money. But honestly, I think that, uh, I think she really did love John.
Jana: Why does she think that Jack forged the will?
Kevin: 'Cause he hates her. And it's easier to think that he was involved rather than face the possibility that John didn't love her and that he cut her out of the will.
Jana: I think that the chaplain could help answer some questions about that.
Kevin: How's that?
Jana: He could've been with John when he wrote it. What if he asked the chaplain for help? Now if we found out that the will was actually forged, then we could prove that John truly did love your mother!
Devon: Do you need some privacy, 'cause...
Phyllis: Oh, no. No. No. Mnh-mnh. No answer. I don't wanna leave a message.
Devon: Okay. Uh, I called the--the retailers, just so you know.
Phyllis: Uh, do you wanna check those out?
Devon: Yeah. The press release?
Phyllis: It's a press release.
Devon: So is there, uh, is there any new, uh, any word about what caused the collapse? Or does nobody know what happened?
Phyllis: Well, there's no official word, but there are rumors.
Devon: Like what?
Phyllis: Like sabotage.
Phyllis: Yeah. They think whoever did it is responsible for the Newman jet going down.
Devon: Wow. That's crazy.
Phyllis: It's insane. Anyway, I have more e-mails. You know, um, I'm not allowed to--to fraternize with the other employees.
Devon: Yeah, I, uh, I was told about your rules.
Phyllis: Yes. My rules.
Phyllis: Talk about crazy.
Devon: I know, right?
(Fax machine beeps)
Devon: Oh, God, you know what? The fax machine's out of paper.
Phyllis: Oh, it's always... you know, sticks.
Devon: Messing around?
Devon: Yep, it's out.
Devon: Actually, you know what?
Devon: There's gotta be some in the cabinet.
Phyllis: Oh. Yeah, I'm sure.
Devon: Yep. Got it.
Devon: And... it is fixed.
Devon: All right, I'm gonna get some lunch. Can I, uh, can I get you anything while I'm out?
Phyllis: Oh, um, thank you.
Phyllis: I-I would love a-a sub from Chester's.
Devon: That's the one all the way on 5th street, right?
Phyllis: Yeah, it's the best in town.
Devon: Okay. A sub from Chester's. I'll be back.
Phyllis: Yes, hello, I'm looking for a Todd Scheller? He was an inmate with, um, my friend's father.
Sharon: I heard that Stan Lee has this every time he works on a new comic.
Noah: I'm not hungry.
Sharon: You're making some progress there.
Noah: I guess.
Sharon: Is that Jack?
Noah: Yeah, and I'm going to make Grandpa a superhero, too.
Jack: Victor, I did not kill Ji Min Kim.
Victor: You would say that even if you had, Jack.
Jack: You would deny it, too.
Victor: You want me to confess a crime I didn't commit?
Jack: Detective Sullivan.
Victor: How are you?
Maggie: I'm good, thank you. I just came into, uh, check on Noah.
Victor: He was released.
Jack: He's resting at home.
Maggie: Well, that's good.
Maggie: How's your daughter?
Victor: My daughter, unfortunately, is still comatose.
Maggie: I'm sorry to hear that.
Victor: You should visit my grandson. I understand that you were an enormous comfort to him when the garage collapsed.
Maggie: Actually, I think he comforted us more than anything else.
Victor: Well, that's nice to hear.
Jack: By all means, drop by anytime.
Maggie: I'd like that. I'll be sure to say an extra prayer for your daughter.
Victor: Thank you.
Jack: See you soon.
Paul: I've been looking into your foreman's previous business deals. I have linked him to two other construction companies. One is out of business. The owner of the second is missing.
Cane: Well, J.T. reported that, uh, David Chow met with Boddington before the collapse.
Kay: Any evidence they were working together?
Paul: I have no record of any calls between the two. But that does not mean it hasn't happened. But right now, we're going to have to assume that their relationship was a professional one.
David: How's your daughter?
Nikki: No change.
David: Do you need company?
Nikki: Well, I'm gonna go over to Victoria's place and bring her a change of clothes. Um, what did you hear at the meeting?
David: Cane confirmed that substandard concrete was being used. He stopped short of saying it was in the garage. They're waiting for the NIST report to come out to give an official answer.
Nikki: All right, well, let me know when you hear anything more.
David: I certainly will.
Nick: Was that about the meeting?
Nikki: Yeah. Hi, Baby. They're still waiting for the official report from NIST, but substandard concrete was used.
Nick: Who said that?
Nick: That means Katherine knew.
Nikki: No, not necessarily.
Nick: Mom, are you kidding me? You don't think she knows what's going on in her own company? Katherine Chancellor is a very shrewd businesswoman, and I don't care how good a friend she is to you, I'm telling you right now, if I find out that her company put Victoria in that bed, I am going to sue until there isn't any Chancellor Industries left.
Jana: I'm so glad you're here. You'll have to come more often.
Kevin: Well, Mom has an aversion to places like prisons, hospitals, kitchens.
Gloria: Maybe I'll make an exception.
Kevin: Let me know what you find out about John's will from the chaplain, okay? I love you.
Jana: I love you. And I promise I'll do my best, okay?
Phyllis: That is it for me. You have no idea how much I would love to stay.
Devon: Ha ha ha. I bet. I'm actually just gonna take a couple more calls and then call it a day myself.
Phyllis: Oh, okay, great. Well, see you tomorrow.
Devon: Actually, um, I don't know if you're gonna see me tomorrow. I have to check my schedule.
Devon: Just letting you know.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, see you whenever.
Devon: Yeah. Have a good night.
Devon: Newman Enterprises, Devon Hamilton speaking. Actually, you just missed her. She, uh, she just left for the day. Can I take a message? Sure, hang on. Okay. Now she's not gonna get this until tomorrow, is that okay? All right, perfect.
Phyllis: I'm a fool. I forgot my purse.
Devon: Hey, um... you actually just got a phone call. Some woman calling about a guy named Todd Scheller?
Phyllis: Oh, right. That--that was, um, that was a--
Devon: Yeah, I told her that you'd get back to her tomorrow, is that okay?
Phyllis: Yeah, no problem, no problem. This is--this is great. Yeah. Um, it was nice working with you today.
Devon: You know what? Yeah, it was. It was. Same here.
Phyllis: Oh, and by the way, I need to pay you back for that sub.
Devon: It's on me. Don't worry about it.
Phyllis: Just... well, I--
Devon: I'm serious. It's fine.
Phyllis: I have the money.
Devon: It's okay. Have a good one.
Phyllis: All right, you, too.
Phyllis: (Thinking) Todd is out of town. Will give him your message to call you when he's back.
Paul: Hey, Heather, I was just, uh, calling to see if you have any time today.
Heather: Is this about the Rims case possibly?
Paul: No, this is, um, this is about something I'd rather not discuss on the phone.
Heather: Oh, okay. Um, well, does it have to be today? I'm kinda booked with a ton of work.
Paul: Well, it's not urgent. But, um, it's gonna take more than five minutes.
Heather: Okay, well, I'll look at my calendar and I will e-mail you with dates.
Paul: All right, sounds good. I'll talk to you soon.
Nikki: The loft isn't too far. I'm gonna go pick up a few of Victoria's things.
Victor: I'll call you if there are any changes.
Jack: Nikki, I want you to know my heart--
Victor: She's upset.
Jack: Yeah, understandable, I guess. Listen, I just came by to warn you. The police have as much evidence on you as they do on me.
Victor: Are you accusing me of murder? I just saved your life. That's the thanks I get?
Jack: I think I've been quite clear. I'm very grateful for your saving my life.
Victor: Let me tell you something, if I had to do it all over again, I'd leave you lying in that rubble, choking on the dust.
Cane: Sir, thank you for coming over. Appreciate it. This way. Grandma.
Man: Mrs. Chancellor?
Man: We know what caused the structure to collapse.
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David: You haven't heard, have you? They know the reason for the accident.
Cane: The police have opened an official homicide investigation.
Nick: Is it true what they're saying on the news?
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