Y&R Transcript Monday 11/5/07

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J.T.: There you go. Your mom in a plain, dreary hospital room. I think your stuff livens up the place. You know, I was thinking... I could hang some art posters up there. Actually, what I should do is blow up a big picture of me, just in case you wake up and I'm not around. No laughing, all right? You can laugh when you wake up.

J.T.: All right, I know this isn't your favorite stuff, but it's the stuff you always seem to wear. I remember you said you liked it 'cause it reminds you of the flowers near the stables. All I know is, it reminds me of you.

Colleen: It really does. I didn't--I didn't mean to intrude. I can come back.

J.T.: No, no, no, it's all right. Come on in. And you don't have to whisper. We're trying to give her as much stimulation as possible, talk to her as much as we can.

Colleen: How's she doing?

J.T.: Still sleeping beauty.

Colleen: Yeah, she sure is. Well, I, uh, I brought some stuff for her.

J.T.: Well, we're gonna fill this place up fast.

Colleen: I love your nightgown.

J.T.: Yeah, she-- she had to have it. Special ordered it as soon as she found out she was pregnant.

Colleen: It smells really good in here. That was always my fall-back gift for her.

J.T.: Yeah.

Colleen: It's really nice-- you putting it on her.

J.T.: I didn't realize you were there.

Colleen: Well, aren't you getting the star treatment, huh? Hmm. Leave it up to her to look as beautiful as ever, like she's posing for a painting.

J.T.: I wish she were.

(Knock on door)

Victor: Come in.

Neil: Here's some tea. I thought you could use a cup, Victor.

Victor: Thank you. Thank you, Neil.

Neil: So listen, I just spoke to our engineering supervisor.

Victor: What did he say?

Neil: Well, the team's been all over the drilling site near Clear Springs, and they're in agreement with N.I.S.T. the explosion was caused by an electrical short that ignited a huge pocket of displaced methane. Victor, your miners-- they--they followed every safety regulation and then some. There was no way for anyone to know the gas monitor was defective.

Victor: That doesn't change the fact that one man is dead and others are critically injured.

Neil: I realize it doesn't change the outcome, but it was... an accident. I will be in the conference room if you need me, all right?

Victor: Thank you, Neil.

Neil: Yeah.

Jack: Listen, a lot of people are affected. I don't want red tape holding up these relief checks. Yeah, do everything in your power to expedite it. Thanks. Stay in touch with me.

Sharon: Now why can't the press report on this side of Jack Abbott?

Jack: Oh, because headlines like "Senator cares about disaster victims" doesn't sell anything?

Sharon: I don't know why everyone has to focus on the negative.

Jack: Because it's easier. Oh, believe me, those reporters are camped outside of Victor's office right now, waiting for him to make a statement. I wonder what carefully crafted lies he's put together by now.

Sharon: Jack... He did drag you out of that garage.

Jack: He was trying to save Victoria.

Sharon: Okay, but still, he did stop and save your life.

Jack: He has also since told me he wished he'd walked right over me. Look, he's now responsible for a man's death. Does his saving my life somehow cancel that out?

Sharon: No, of course not.

Jack: He nearly wiped out our family. What kind of man is so hell-bent on one-upping his wife that he doesn't stop and think about the consequences for anyone else?

Sharon: Well, Jack, he couldn't have possibly known that this was going to happen. Please do not have a public confrontation with him today. You know, Victor is suffering.

Jack: Victor should suffer.

Sharon: Okay, but the two of your personalities together could be very--

Jack: Very explosive. I agree.

Sharon: Great, so just try to stay away from him today.

Jack: I have no plans to see Victor Newman today.

Sharon: And if you do, just promise me you'll keep things cool.

Jack: I will try. But I'm not making any promises.

Neil: No, Mr. Newman still has no comment. Thank you. Still has no comment on the N.I.S.T. report. I'll let you know as soon as he's prepared to issue a statement. That--that's Winters-- "W-I-n-t-e-r-s," and I don't have a comment either, I'm sorry. Bye-bye. Wow. Hey, Sunshine, this is a nice surprise.

Lily: There are, like, a million reporters downstairs.

Neil: Yeah, well, um, I told security not to let 'em up here.

Lily: Hi.

Neil: Hi.

Lily: Well, they're doing their job. They made me show ID.

Neil: Yeah?

Lily: Yeah. I just got out of class. I'm heading to the coffeehouse. Do you need a break?

Neil: Oh, a break? That sounds great, but things here got a lot more complicated in the last hour.

Lily: What happened?

Neil: Well, we found out what caused the collapse. Um, it was a company doing natural gas drilling outside of town. Victor owns it.

Lily: Victor?

Neil: Yeah.

Lily: How--

Neil: Something about a--an air pocket and a broken methane reader, I don't know.

Lily: Man, his daughter-- well, so that explains all the reporters. So is--is Newman Enterprises responsible?

Neil: Victor was doing it all on his own. He's absolutely devastated.

Lily: Yeah, I bet. Are you okay?

Neil: Doing a lot better than Victor, Sweetheart.

Lily: It's all right. Well, so that means that... that Cane wasn't responsible for anything. Well, that's a relief.

Neil: Hey...

Lily: Well, no, I just-- I mean, for, uh... for Mrs. Chancellor's company. We're just-- we're--we're friends. Well, I mean, we're--we're more like acquaintances, but... uh, no, he was just telling me how upset she was.

Neil: Chancellor had nothing to do with it.

Lily: Yeah. That's--that's good. Um, anyway, I should go, so...

Neil: All right.

Lily: Okay.

Neil: Love you.

Lily: Bye.

Neil: Talk to you later.

Cane: Double mocha espresso, please.

Heather: Successful executives in America never get their own coffee.

Cane: Oh, really? But you see, when you come from a country that's founded by felons, sometimes you just go crazy and you just do things like that, you know? Not to mention, I'm trying to get out of the office. You know, bloody reporters keep calling and e-mailing. (Cell phone buzzing)

Cane: Hang on a sec. Oh, now they're even texting me.

Maggie: Yeah. I could use a break from the press myself.

Heather: Yeah. Talking to 'em has gotta be tough. Like you're reliving the experience over and over again.

Maggie: Yeah. And once was enough for me.

Heather: I can't even imagine being trapped. The thought of it, honestly, it makes me feel like I can't breathe.

Cane: I just keep thinking about all the people who got hurt and the people who didn't make it out. And I just wanna know why it was them and not me.

J.T.: I was watching the physical therapist do these motion exercises with her? I thought maybe-- maybe I could learn 'em, so doing them more often might help, you know?

Woman: As the P.T. when she comes in this afternoon.

J.T.: Okay.

Woman: I'll be back with her meds in a little while.

J.T.: Thanks.

Colleen: Hey, Dad.

Brad: Hey. Hey, Baby. How is she?

J.T.: No change since yesterday.

Brad: I know you don't want miss a moment of this pregnancy. And you waited so long for it. I hope that baby has your smile. And I hope he kicks you really hard, so you'll wake up and come back to us.

Cane: Hey, you.

Lily: Hey. I see that we're on the same caffeine schedule.

Cane: Well, cheers to that.

Lily: Cheers. So my, uh, my dad told me the good news-- that your grandmother's company isn't to blame for the accident. I know how worried you were.

Cane: You know, the funny thing is... I know I'm not responsible, but I got this feeling still in the pit of my stomach that I have to blame myself for it, you know?

Lily: Yeah. It takes a long time for that feeling to go away. But on the bright side, I think it can make you... kinder and more aware. More grateful. I mean, if that makes any sense.

Cane: Yeah. I didn't know you were so wise.

Brad: I know how tough you are better than anyone. And that's why I know you're gonna wake up and be a great mom.

Colleen: I'm even volunteering babysitting services.

Brad: You hear that? This kid's gonna be born with an entourage. And I'm gonna be at the head of the line.

J.T.: You know, the nurses don't really like a lot of people in here at once.

Brad: I won't stay long.

Colleen: I'm gonna go get some coffee. You wanna come with me?

J.T.: No, thanks. I've been living off that stuff. I don't need anymore.

Colleen: What about you, Dad?

Brad: No, thanks.

Colleen: Okay, well, um, I'll be right back.

Neil: Victor, you wanted to see us?

Victor: I've made a decision. I wanna make a public statement. I want the two of you to set it up as soon as possible, okay?

Karen: Uh, no problem.

Neil: So maybe the best way to spin this is--

Victor: No spin.

Karen: You know, he's right. This isn't about spinning. This is really about--

Victor: All I want you to do is set up a press conference. I'll write the statement myself. Thank you.

Neil: Sure.

Karen: Okay.

Jack: Well, if it isn't my favorite crime-fighting duo.

Maggie: Thank you, Senator. What can we do for you?

Jack: Actually, I'm here to help you. I may be able to crack your case.

Heather: And which one would that be?

Jack: The one in which I am euphemistically referred to as a person of interest. That is, unless you've upgraded me to a prime suspect.

Maggie: So you have an alternate theory on how Ji Min Kim was killed?

Jack: Ever play the game "Clue"? My stepson is a wizard at this game. I think he would say the winning answer is, "Victor Newman, in Ji Min's room, with an uppercut to the throat."

Heather: You think that Victor killed Ji Min?

Jack: I know he was angry enough to do it. He was hoping that Ji Min would ruin me. When I told him Ji Min had changed his mind about the interview, Victor did what Victor does best-- he twisted arms, or twisted a throat. He went up those stairs to change Ji Min's mind, and Ji Min ended up with a crushed trachea. I saw him go up the stairs myself.

Maggie: So you said.

Heather: There's nothing on the security camera.

Jack: Well, I don't know what's going on with your camera, but someone had to have seen him.

Maggie: No one we found.

Jack: Yet. You really don't believe me?

Maggie: It's not about what I believe. This is about evidence.

Jack: Victor Newman has told me he went to Ji Min's room, knocked on the door, and no one came. Have you even interviewed him?

Heather: We don't discuss ongoing investigations.

Jack: Don't discuss it, do something about it. Victor Newman has a dog with yellow hair. Test it. Test it against what you found on Ji Min's body.

Maggie: We can't do that.

Heather: No judge would issue the warrant. Not even close.

Jack: Well, I always heard that justice was blind. I didn't know it was also deaf. .

Jack: Wait, you didn't have a warrant when you sampled my dog's hair.

Maggie: Well, that was different.

Heather: An exception can be made for evidence in plain sight.

Maggie: His hair was all over my trousers.

Jack: With a little help from your right hand, as I recall.

Maggie: Maybe you should take your dog to the groomer more often, Senator.

Jack: Maybe you should have gotten a search warrant.

Heather: Senator, if and when this goes further, feel free to make a motion to suppress.

Jack: Believe me, I will.

Victor: All right, I'm ready.

Karen: Oh, good. We're going out live as a special report to all the local stations.

Victor: Mm-hmm. I will only say this once, all right?

Karen: Okay. Well, I've hand-selected all of the reporters, so you shouldn't be hit with too many surprises.

Victor: I'm not gonna answer any questions.

Karen: Whatever you prefer. And I can stand up there beside you as a show of support, if you like.

Victor: Uh, no. I'm gonna do this by myself. Let's go.

Karen: All right.

Victor: I'll follow you.

Lily: Wow, I study a whole chapter of Anthro, look up, and you're still here.

Cane: Yeah, I was watching you study. I've never seen anybody make it look so intense before.

Lily: (Laughs) you know, I was actually on my way to Anthro when I heard about the cave-in. And I never made it. I was glued to the TV. I was worried about you.

Cane: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to, like, mess up your studies.

Lily: I know. Can you think about me before you decide to get buried alive again? 'Cause that would be great. Thanks.

Cane: There were a few times when I was down there that I didn't think I was gonna make it out.

Lily: What did you think about?

Cane: My family, my friends, some of the last conversations I had. You know what's really... surprising about it? I kept thinking to myself, of all the crazy things I've done, this--this is gonna be the way I go?

Lily: What crazy things?

Cane: I like to climb. I've climbed some mountains with some really dodgy ropes.

Lily: Huh. Really?

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Lily: I like that. Well, minus the dodgy ropes, of course.

Cane: Really? You see, I would've thought you were just a--I don't know-- just a pretty, you know, smart college girl.

Lily: Yes, that's me-- very smart, very smart. No, I'm--I'm a lot of things. I'm open to a lot of possibilities.

Cane: I like that.

Lily: Well, I'm--I'm late. I'm supposed to meet Colleen at the hospital to visit Victoria.

Cane: Well, um, please make sure you give the family my best.

Lily: I will. I'm, uh, I'm glad that you're safe.

Lily: Bye.

Cane: Bye.

Brad: I brought you some CDs. Remember how you used to like to dance around the house when you thought no one was watching? I must've watched you for 20 minutes one time before you even noticed. So I have some, uh, vintage rock 'n' roll CDs.

J.T.: I've been playing jazz for her.

Brad: I thought she hated jazz.

J.T.: She loves it. It relaxes her.

Brad: Really? Hey, um... I was reading an article online about sensory stimulus for coma patients. And apparently, the more the better. Loud noise, uh, even ice on her stomach, if you can believe that?

J.T.: Ice on her stomach?

Brad: Yeah, I thought we could talk to her doctor about it.

J.T.: Can you meet me in the hallway? We need to talk.

Brad: What's up?

J.T.: It's really tough being in there.

Brad: Yeah, it is. But it's tougher not being there.

J.T.: No, what I'm trying to say is... its tough having you in there. Okay, I know you mean well, and I'm sure she appreciates you being there.

Brad: You want me to go.

J.T.: I need to be alone with Victoria right now.

Brad: I understand. Call me if you need anything at all.

J.T.: Thanks.

Brad: I'll be back.

Colleen: She looks perfect lying there, you know, like any minute she could wake up and smile.

Lily: Well, could that happen?

Colleen: Um, yeah, I think so. But the longer she's out...

Lily: Yeah.

Colleen: You know, the doctors just keep saying "Wait and see," like that's comforting. And J.T.'s with her almost every second. Which is great, but it's just hard for my dad. Either one of them could be the father. I think they both want to be the father.

Lily: Well, that definitely does not sound like fun.

Colleen: Yeah. You know, honestly, Lily, I'm pulling for my dad. I think he would really want this and... I would like that little guy to be my baby brother. It would be nice.

Lily: Well, then I hope he is, too.

Colleen: Yeah. Um, anyway, enough depressing talk. Let's talk about you. So what's going on?

Lily: Um, I saw Cane at the coffee house.

Colleen: Mm.

Lily: Yeah. And we talked.

Colleen: And?

Lily: Um... and, uh, I was studying and after that he stayed there. And, you know, I think he stayed there because of me. Either that, or I just have a huge ego. Either one.

Colleen: I would go with the former. What did you talk about?

Lily: Um, the collapse, and how getting trapped in there changed him. The conversation got really deep. It was--it was weird.

Colleen: Like a good weird?

Lily: Yeah. It was easy, you know? And then when I was leaving, I, um... I hugged him and kissed him on the cheek. And then... he just looked at me.

Colleen: And the look said what?

Lily: I don't know. I ran out of there before I could figure it out.

Colleen: You know what? I think Cane's just been reminded that life can change in an instant. And he told you about it, so I think a hug and a kiss on the cheek was appropriate.

Lily: Thank you. What would I do without you to reassure me?

Colleen: You would be dateless and paranoid.

Lily: Yeah. Oh, I didn't tell you! Enrique Iglesias is gonna be at Indigo tonight, so, uh, you and Adrian should come with me.

Colleen: Yeah. I will ask Professor Wounded Hero.

Lily: Oh, how's his leg?

Colleen: It's healing. You know what? I'm gonna make an executive decision and say that we are in.

Lily: Okay. Good. Hey, should I ask Cane?

Colleen: Yes, you should.

Lily: Okay.

Brad: Hey, Sweetheart, Lily.

Lily: Hi.

Colleen: Hi.

Lily: Well, I'm gonna go check and see if I can visit Victoria now, but, uh, it was nice to see you, Mr. Carlton.

Brad: Good to see you.

Colleen: Bye.

Lily: Bye.

Brad: So listen, uh, I'm gonna head out.

Colleen: Already?

Brad: Yeah, J.T. wants some time alone.

Colleen: He asked you to go, didn't he?

Brad: Well, he's-- he's going through a rough time.

Colleen: Yeah, so are you, Dad.

Brad: Seeing her like that is definitely harder than I thought it would be.

Colleen: Yeah, for me, too.

Brad: You know, you're supposed to, uh, pretend like everything's all right. But seeing her lying there like that... wondering if she can hear you, wondering if I'll ever hear her voice again...

Colleen: Well, keep talking to her, Dad.

Neil: Ladies and Gentlemen, may I have your attention, please? Mr. Newman is now ready to make a statement.

Karen: And please, this is not a press conference, so do not ask any questions at this time. Thank you.

Victor: Good morning.

Woman: Good morning.

Man: Good morning.

Victor: The explosion at Clear Springs has affected this state, this community, and me personally deeply. I want to assure you that we will investigate this terrible accident thoroughly, to the fullest extent. And we will let you know what we find out. Meanwhile, I want to say to those who were affected by this most deeply, that my heart goes out to them, and I'm asking for your prayers for those who have been hurt and injured severely by this accident. Thank you for coming.

Woman: What condition is Victoria Newman in?

Woman: How do you feel about the official N.I.S.T. report?

Karen: No questions.

(All talking at once)

Karen: No questions! Thank you!

Karen: So what did you think of Victor's statement?

Neil: What did I think? Actually, I'm not surprised that he didn't claim responsibility for the collapse.

Karen: You know, those reporters weren't too happy that he refused to answer their questions.

Neil: I didn't tell you, but you did a fantastic job with those reporters, really.

Karen: I'm exhausted.

Neil: Are you?

Karen: Yeah. Oh, what a day!

Neil: Yeah, let me see if I can make your day a little easier.

Karen: Ooh! Oh!

Neil: Whoa! Feel that right there? You are one big knotted muscle.

Karen: That sounds attractive, thanks.

Neil: At some point we're gonna have to get out of here. We're not gonna be any good to Victor. You know what I mean?

Karen: What did you have in mind?

Neil: Enrique Iglesias is doing a sold-out show at my club tonight.

Karen: At your club?

Neil: Yeah.

Karen: Tonight?

Neil: Uh-huh.

Karen: Think you can get me in?

Neil: Uh, I have an in with the owner. Maybe even get some free drinks.

Karen: Oh, okay, okay, I'm there. Anything you say, Boss. Ooh!

Noah: Did you know Grandpa was gonna be on TV?

Sharon: No. Um, I'm just as surprised as you are.

Noah: Did he go on because it was his fault?

Sharon: Some people think that it is.

Noah: Is it?

Sharon: It was a really terrible accident. No one is to blame.

Noah: I had a nightmare about it.

Sharon: You wanna talk about it?

Noah: No. It'll just scare me again.

Sharon: Oh. Well, if you change your mind, we can talk about it later? Or maybe you'll wanna talk to Jack about it?

Noah: Can I go play my video game?

Sharon: Well, you're not afraid to go to sleep, because you might have more nightmares, are you?

Noah: No.

(Knock on door)

Jack: Hello, Victor.

Victor: How the hell did you get in here without announcing yourself?

Jack: Well, I guess your first, second and third assistant are busy running around trying to flush out unsatisfied reporters from the building. That was some statement you made. Quite a little tap dance. You oughta get into politics.

Victor: What do you want?

Jack: I'm just curious. You ever plan to take responsibility for what happened?

Victor: Do you ever take responsibility for Ji Min's death?

Jack: No. And I don't plan to. Because I'm innocent. Zapato! You are a good dog, standing by Victor when no one else will. It's a good thing you can't hear what everyone's saying about him.

Victor: You're wasting my time, so kindly get out.

Jack: Good boy.

Cane: Thank you very much for having lunch. I'll get in touch with our lumber supplier and we'll talk about the contract. Thank you.

Heather: You wheeling and dealing again?

Cane: Oh, you know, Donald Trump, but with better hair.

Heather: And a little cuter.

Cane: Oh, really?

Heather: Mm-hmm. And you know what else? Even the Donald takes a night off every now and then. Speaking of which, I have two tickets to the Enrique Iglesias concert tonight at Indigo.

Cane: Oh, so this is an accent thing? This is a fetish, isn't it? Huh?

Heather: Um, you know what? I'm gonna have to spend more time with you before I can answer that. So is that a yes?

Cane: Sounds like a fetish. I mean, sorry, it sounds like fun, yeah.

Heather: Okay, great. Um, I'll text you the details later.

Cane: Okay.

Heather: Okay.

Lily: Hi. Uh, hi, Heather.

Heather: Hi!

Lily: Uh, am I-- am I interrupting?

Heather: Oh, no, no, no, actually, I was, um, I was just leaving. So I'll talk to you later, okay?

Cane: Okay.

Heather: Bye.

Lily: Bye.

Sharon: I watched your statement to the press.

Victor: Was Noah with you?

Sharon: Yeah. He had some questions. I told him no one's to blame.

Victor: That was kind of you. But I don't see it that way.

Sharon: Well, I said it to Jack, and I will say it to you as many times as I have to. I know that this wasn't your fault, and I know that you are suffering.

Victor: My pain is not what matters right now. I'm deeply concerned about Victoria. How is my grandson?

Sharon: He's healing.

Victor: Tell him I'm sorry that I haven't been by to see him, but I'll come over soon, all right?

Sharon: All right, I will. Is there anything I can do?

Victor: No. There's nothing right now, unfortunately. It was very kind of you to call, Sharon. Thank you.

J.T.: Hey, listen, you don't have to stay here all day if you've got someplace to go.

Colleen: I don't mind. Although you're starting to look like you might need that next round of coffee.

J.T.: I'm fine.

Colleen: You know, I know it wasn't easy having my dad here.

J.T.: I talked to him. I told him that I wanted top be alone with Victoria and he understood that. So...

Colleen: My dad can be pretty understanding sometimes. So maybe you should just...

J.T.: Ease up?

Colleen: Yeah. Just a-a little.

J.T.: I guess I can... give him some time alone with her, if that's what he wants.

Colleen: You cool with that?

J.T.: I'm trying real hard to be. That counts for something, right?

Colleen: Yeah, it does.

J.T.: I'm glad you're here.

Colleen: Yeah, me, too.

J.T.: There was a time when I didn't-- I didn't think I'd ever be able to say those words to you, but... now?

Colleen: Friends.

J.T.: Friends.

Jack: He's in his office.

Brad: Was your little statement to the press healing, Victor? Did it make you feel better?

Victor: Next time you knock on the door, all right?

Brad: Maybe it's a good thing she wasn't awake. If anything happens to Victoria, if anything happens to that baby, it'll be because of your obsession, your greed.

Victor: Listen to me, you self-serving son of a bitch. Do you think that you could tell me anything for one minute what I haven't told myself? Are you here to tell me how to feel? I'm ready to see my daughter. Now get the hell out of here!

Brad: If Victoria wasn't unconscious, and she knew what you did, she wouldn't even let you in her room.

Victor: Right. Now kindly get out, okay?

Lily: Um, actually, I was hoping that you would still be here.

Cane: Really?

Lily: Yeah. In the spirit of appreciating life and what's really important, I have to be honest-- um, I came back to see if you would like to go to the Enrique Iglesias show with me.

Cane: Oh, um... well, in the spirit of honesty, I would love to. But...

Lily: There's a "But?"

Cane: Yeah, there's a but. Um, I already said I'll go with someone else.

Lily: Oh. Oh, with, um, with Heather? Right?

Cane: If she hadn't asked me--

Lily: No, it's fine. It's fine, really. I'm actually asking a lot of people, so, um, you'll probably still see me there.

Cane: Well, you know, next time a pop star comes to town...

Lily: Yeah. It's a date.

Victor: I guess an analyst would have a field day with what's going on in my head. Poor boy made good beyond his wildest dreams. But I guess what has driven me is an enormous sense of competition and anger. I grew up with so much anger. And when your mother humiliated me, I was angry. So I got even. And look what it's gotten me. Because I am responsible partly for this disaster. I don't care how people twist and turn it, I'm responsible in the end because of all of the drilling. I wanted to humiliate your mother. And now all those feelings are gone. It's dissipated. All that is left is an enormous sense of guilt and remorse and sadness. I'll never forgive myself for having done this to you. Sweetheart... when you were born you made me so happy.

Victor: I hope that one day you can forgive your father. Hm? I love you with all my heart.

Maggie: Senator, I'm very busy. So I hope you didn't call me here to discuss more of your Victor Newman did it theory. 'Cause I've already explained to you--

Jack: No, I-I heard everything you said. Actually, this meeting is a little more, uh, show than tell.

Maggie: What is this?

Jack: The evidence you need to connect Victor Newman to Ji Min's homicide. That is hair from his dog Zapato.

Maggie: And where did you get this?

Jack: I happened on it accidentally.

Maggie: That's good. There's only one little problem. You're not a cop or CSI and we have this little thing called "Chain of Evidence."

Jack: Yeah, so I've heard.

Maggie: Oh. Oh, well, then you understand that evidence collected by a civilian, that's not part of this chain, is inadmissible. Now if there's nothing else--

Jack: Test it. Test it. What do you have to lose? Surely an intrepid investigator like you can find an ethical way to get another sample. If you need it.

Maggie: Senator, why would I do that?

Jack: Because you care about the truth.

Next on "The Young and the Restless"...

Lily: There is nothing going on between me and Cane.

Neil: Let's keep it that way.

Michael: Sheila cannot hurt you again, right?

Lauren: She can haunt me.

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