Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/14/07

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Lauren: Honey, are you sure you don't want something to eat? I could cook you something quick.

Michael: No, no, no, no, I need to get to the courthouse early to go over my argument again.

Lauren: It sounded good last night.

Michael: Good?

Lauren: Great. You know, great.

Michael: Look, I am going for phenomenal. Appellate court judges aren't very forgiving. I've got one shot. And I've got to make it count.

Lauren: I hate it when you put this much pressure on yourself.

Michael: Phyllis is depending on me. I cannot lose this case again.

Lauren: And you wonít.

Michael: (Sighs) I wish I could be as confident as you.

Lauren: Well, you would be, if you had a husband like mine.

Lauren: Okay, let's go!

Michael: Okay, yeah, let's go. Let's go. All right. Keys? Yeah.

Lauren: Keys?

Michael: Got it. Oh!

Phyllis: I wish I could go with you.

Jack: We will call you the moment it's over.

Phyllis: Yeah, you know, I only have, uh, two words to say-- slam dunk.

Daniel: Well, I'm gonna go ahead and say that is quite doable. Because according to Kevin, Michael's been working on this thing overtime.

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, I have, uh, complete faith in him.

Jack: Well, we better go. Um...

Phyllis: Yeah.

Jack: We'll call. Promise. Okay?

Daniel: I just wanna, uh, finish one thing up, and then I'll meet you at the car.

Jack: Make it quick.

Phyllis: What do you have to finish up?

Daniel: Well, I, uh... may have figured out a way that you can come to court with us this morning.

(Telephone ringing)

Daniel: See, now all you have to do is... pick it up and listen.

Sharon: Okay. Bye. Um... would you mind if I don't go?

Jack: Why? Did you change your mind?

Sharon: No, that was Nick. And I think I should go to the hospital.

Jack: Is Victoria's condition worse?

Sharon: It's the baby. He's only 22 weeks old and if Victoria's condition does get worse, they may have to deliver and he won't have a very high chance of survival.

J.T.: Hey, uh...

Colleen: Hey. Hey. You're not in her room. Does that mean that Victoria's improved?

J.T.: No. No. Uh, Nikki insisted that I go home and shower and change. And I thought Victoria got her bossiness from her dad.

Colleen: You feeling any better?

J.T.: Victoria's blood pressure hasn't really changed much. It's still outta whack. So no, not really.

Colleen: Well, they put her on medication for that, right?

J.T.: It hasn't kicked in yet. The doctors, uh, the doctors say it may take awhile.

Colleen: J.T., Victoria's got the best people around her, okay?

J.T.: You know, they did a-a test on the baby. They found out he was younger than they thought.

Colleen: Which means what?

J.T.: The baby could be mine.

Brad: She's only at 22 weeks?

Nikki: Brad, even babies born at 28 weeks have trouble surviving. Their respiratory and nervous systems are just not developed enough.

Brad: If Victoria gets any worse, they'll have to deliver the baby.

Nikki: And if they don't, she could die. She could die.

Dr. Webb: It's 160/90.

Nick: That's still high.

Dr. Webb: We need the systolic to be below 150.

Victor: And how you do propose to do that?

Dr. Webb: By changing medication. Uh, 40 milligrams of Lasix. Repeat in an hour if her condition hasn't improved. People respond differently to different meds.

Nick: And if that doesn't work?

Dr. Webb: Well, let's not get ahead of ourselves.

Victor: She will respond to this. She has to.

J.T.: You know, this whole time I thought... I thought your dad was the father. Not that I cared. I mean... I would've loved that little guy either way. But, um... now all I want is for him and his mother to be all right. You should've seen her in the beginning of this thing. You know, with all the-- that insane cravings, you know? It was cute. Except for when she wanted the really horrible stuff, like, uh, strawberry ice cream and pickled peppers and, uh, tuna casserole.

Colleen: Doesn't sound that bad.

J.T.: Try it all on one plate.

Colleen: Uh-huh.

J.T.: Did you know you can't get tuna casserole in a grocery store?

Colleen: What, you didn't make it?

J.T.: I, uh, found it online, the recipe.

Colleen: Okay, now I feel bad for her.

J.T.: Oh, come on. My cooking was never that bad. Victoria didn't complain.

Colleen: That's because she loves you. I mean, I never complained either. But I mean, now...

J.T.: Cut me a break, all right? I was trying.

Colleen: That was very sweet of you.

J.T.: You know, she--she was really scared through the first trimester with her history and everything. The baby made it through. And now this? It doesn't make any sense. It's not fair. I would've given anything to find out that I was a dad, before all this. Now, I just want her to be-- I just want her to be healthy. I want her to wake up. She wanted this baby so bad. She's gotta wake up.

Colleen: Well, then she will.

J.T.: I'm trying hard to believe that, but every minute-- every minute I see her like this, it just gets harder.

Victor: The first medication wasn't working. So Dr. Webb prescribed something else.

Brad: Any changes?

Victor: Blood pressure's still high the last time he took it.

Nikki: Well, why does he think that this new medication is gonna work?

Victor: He doesn't know. It's like trial and error.

Nikki: So what are we supposed to do? Just wait around here some more?

Brad: Well, if this medication doesn't work, I'm sure he'll try another, Nikki.

Nikki: There are only so many treatments we can go through. I mean, what if this doesn't work?

Victor: Sweetheart, listen to me, we have got to stay positive for Victoria's sake, all right?

Brad: She's trying to stay positive.

Victor: She goes back and forth. When Nicholas is around, she is positive for his sake.

Brad: Where is he?

Victor: In the courthouse. Phyllis' appeal is today.

Lauren: Have you talked to your mom today?

Daniel: Yeah, she's at work. Jack and I just came from there.

Michael: Nerves showing?

Daniel: Yeah, she'd never admit it, though.

Jack: Well, mentally, she's tough.

Lauren: Yeah. Exactly as I would expect.

Jack: Though I can't imagine she's gonna be able to concentrate too well until she hears from us.

Daniel: What are her chances?

Michael: We have strong grounds for appeal. Uh, the question is whether or not the judge will be receptive.

Lauren: And let's not forget about Heather.

Jack: She is not going to want to have the original conviction overturned.

Michael: Mmm. It wouldn't look good on her rťsumť. My guess is Ms. Stevens will paint Phyllis in the bleakest terms possible, you know, a menace to society deserving of every one of the six years she was given.

Phyllis: He'll call. He'll call. He'll call.

Nick: Who will?

Phyllis: Nick!

[Phyllis kisses Nick and locks the office door]

Nick: Is this a good idea?

Phyllis: No. No, it's a really bad idea. . .

Nick: That felt so good.

Phyllis: Yeah. How are you?

Nick: I'm okay.

Phyllis: How's Victoria?

Nick: She's hanging in there. Her blood pressure's still high.

Phyllis: Well, they can do something to bring it down, right?

Nick: The doctor thinks a different medication may work. We just have to wait and see.

Phyllis: Yeah. Good. I-I wanted to show you. I-I-I made this for Victoria.

Nick: You... made this? As in, like, you made it?

Phyllis: Yeah. I mean, I said I made it, I didn't say it was great.

Nick: Like in arts and crafts class?

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah, it was the first time I used a needle and thread. And, um... you can obviously tell. Anyway, itís...

Nick: No, it--it looks good. There isn't stuffing coming out of it.

Phyllis: Yeah, well, I hope not. I put extra stuffing in it so her head would be comfortable.

Nick: Itís...

Phyllis: Stupid?

Nick: No. It's awesome. Thank you.

Phyllis: Yeah. You're welcome. Between all these classes I'm taking, I've developed a lot of new skills.

Nick: Skills?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Nick: As in, plural? What else you got?

Phyllis: Oh, I have so many new skills. You're just gonna have to be surprised.

Nick: I like surprises. But I'm betting after today, after your hearing, you're gonna be a free woman.

Phyllis: We'll see. Anyway... um... when you take this pillow to Victoria, uh, you should bring Summer with you. She'll light up the whole room.

Nick: I thought of that, but with her cold right now...

Phyllis: Oh, right, right, you should wait a few more days then.

Victor: You wanna take a break?

Nikki: No, I'm okay. We were just discussing. I'm gonna teach the baby how to play the piano. I think Victoria likes the idea very much.

Victor: Yeah, so do I. I miss having music in the house.

Nikki: I do, too.

Victor: Well, we're gonna spend a lot of time with our boy.

Nikki: Yeah, I think we might have to spoil him just a little bit.

Victor: And I'd love to do that.

Nikki: That's what grandparents do the best, right? Well, Sweetheart... your baby is growing beautifully inside you. He just needs a few more weeks. So you hang on for him and us. Even if you haven't woken up... as long as you keep your blood pressure steady, okay? You just keep it steady, my baby. And you'll be fine.

Victor: Everything will be all right, my sweetheart, okay? Everything will be all right.

Sharon: Hey. Are Victor and Nikki--

Brad: In with Victoria.

Sharon: Well, Nick called me. Is there any change?

Brad: No improvement.

Sharon: I thought they were trying something else.

Brad: They are.

Brad: If I'm completely honest with myself, Sharon, I'm having a lot of trouble remaining optimistic.

Sharon: All right, um, look, I know that's really tough, but it's not impossible.

Brad: It is if I keep going online.

Sharon: What do you mean?

Brad: The more I read about the situation that Victoria and the baby are in, the more crazy it makes me. If she was 23 or 24 weeks, the baby's survival rate would increase by 20% or 30%.

Sharon: All right, well, statistics are not always the rule. And if she gets better--

Brad: And if she doesn't? Or if she stabilizes for a week and then she gets worse? If they deliver the baby and he survives, he could be looking at a lifetime of health issues.

Sharon: Okay, Brad, you are driving yourself crazy.

Brad: Cerebral palsy, fluid on the brain, seizures, neurological issues, developmental issues.

Sharon: You run those risks with any pregnancy. And you know what? A lot of preemies are fine.

Brad: Yeah, at 28 to 30 weeks. Victoria's at her 22nd week.

Sharon: Okay, well, this is where your faith comes in.

Brad: I'm trying, Sharon. I'm really trying. But do you know how badly Victoria wants this baby? God cannot take him from her.

Jack: Hey, hey, we're about to get started. Where are you going?

Daniel: Last ditch plea to Miss Heart of Stone Stevens.

Jack: No. Bad idea.

Lauren: That is a very bad idea.

Daniel: Don't worry, I'll be charming.

Jack: Daniel...

Lauren: What are you-- Michael!

Michael: What?

Lauren: Michael, what is he doing?

Daniel: Have you got a minute?

Heather: As a matter of fact, no.

Michael: Uh, Daniel? I'd like to talk to you for a second.

Daniel: Don't worry, I'm not gonna say anything stupid.

Michael: You're not gonna say anything at all.

Heather: If you don't mind, I'd like to continue reading in peace.

Daniel: 30 seconds.

Michael: Daniel.

Heather: 30 seconds.

Daniel: Don't worry. I'm not gonna say anything that's gonna make this any worse for you, okay?

Michael: It's not me I'm worried about.

Daniel: Okay, 30 seconds. I'll make this quick. Um, I know that you are just doing your job, but please, I-I just want you to know and remember that my mom is not a bad person, okay? Did she make a huge mistake? Yes, she did. But does she deserve to spend the next six years of her life in jail for it? No, I don't think so. Not when there are murderers, when there's rapists, when there's child abusers all running around that have done less time than that. I mean, they're the ones that should be taking up jail space. Wouldn't you agree they're the ones that society needs protection from? So my mom has learned her lesson here and so have I. Okay? So please, you've already won this case. If the judge made a mistake, it wasn't your fault. It's just a chance for her to go back to her family, to come home.

Man: Counselors, stand by. We're about to begin.

Michael: Thank you. Come on. Let's go sit down.

Colleen: Uh, yeah, Kerry said she'd cover for me. About the same. Her, uh, her blood pressure is still high, so they gave her new medication to get it down. Yeah. Yeah, I'll let them know. Okay. Thank you so much. I'll--I'll see you tomorrow. Okay, bye. Gina said she's praying for all of you. Do you mind if I...

J.T.: Absolutely. Come on.

Colleen: Okay, thank you.

Nikki: What is it, Michelle?

Michelle: 160/90.

Nikki: Isn't that the same?

Victor: Well, at least it hasn't risen. So that's a good sign.

Nikki: Did you hear that? Your blood pressure hasn't gone up. The medicine is working. That's good.

Colleen: That seems really high to me.

J.T.: Yeah, it is. She's just trying to be positive.

Nikki: Are you changing medications again?

Michelle: I'm repeating the same dosage as before.

Victor: That's per Dr. Webb's instructions.

Nikki: Thank you.

Victor: Thank you, Michelle.

Brad: You know, you should go say hello to Victor and Nikki. I-I know they'd appreciate you being here.

Sharon: And let you eat this cake all alone?

Brad: Just can't stay away from all the fun, can you?

Sharon: You know, if you give me a bite of that, just one bite, I may not stay away for hours.

Brad: Hours for one bite?

Sharon: Yeah. Well, you know, I plan on savoring it. Mmm.

Brad: This is so hard, Sharon.

Sharon: I know. That's why I'm here, to support you. You can't be strong 24/7. Why don't you-- why don't you get out of here for awhile?

Brad: No. I just got here.

Sharon: Just for a few hours. You can come back later this afternoon.

Brad: I canít. I canít. What if something changes while I'm gone?

Sharon: Okay. Fine, but I'm staying here with you.

Brad: You never get used to people dying. Even when you know it's coming, you think you can... prepare yourself for it. But you really canít.

Sharon: No. It never softens the blow.

Brad: When Ashley got in the car accident and I lost my son, I... I've had so much loss in my life, Sharon.

Sharon: Hey... Victoria has one of the best specialists in the country here to take care of Victoria. She couldn't be in better hands. And if she responds to this medication, which she could be doing while we speak, the baby will continue to grow and it'll be a completely different outcome.

Brad: You just told me that a half an hour ago, didn't you?

Sharon: Yeah, has that sunk in yet?

Brad: I think I might need to hear it one more time.

Sharon: I'll say it as many times as you need.

Brad: What would I do without you?

Sharon: Anytime you need me, you just pick up the phone and call. You don't have to go through this alone.

Brad: Thank you.

Phyllis: So he'll keep his phone on and I'll be able to hear everything everyone's saying in the courtroom, depending on his reception.

Nick: Yeah. See, this is a bad idea, because Daniel is breaking the rules. There's no cameras, no unauthorized recording devices, et cetera.

Phyllis: I didn't think of that.

Nick: If I were you, I'd call him back, tell him to forget it.

Phyllis: Right. He probably knows that. He--he's probably just gonna be real careful.

Nick: But why risk it? You know, Michael's gonna call you as soon as it's over. (Telephone ringing)

Phyllis: Yeah. Uh, I shouldn't answer that, right?

Nick: Definitely should not answer it.

Phyllis: Okay. But he's just gonna keep on calling if I donít.

Nick: Don't do it.

Phyllis: You know what? I'm just--no, I'm just gonna answer and put it on mute.

Nick: Donít. Oh, you did it.

Phyllis: (Whispers) it's on mute.

Man: All rise. Court is now in session.

Judge: Be seated. We're hearing case 06531, people vs. Newman. Oral arguments in rehearing. Counsel for petitioner?

Michael: Your honor, and may it please the court, as you saw in my brief, the petitioner's appeal is based on two main points of law. During the previous trial--

Judge: We're familiar with the trial transcript, Counselor. Argue the law, please.

Michael: With pleasure, your honor. Our first grounds for appeal is the late introduction into evidence of a videotape showing Ms. Newman and Mr. Carlton--

Judge: Were you not made aware of the tape in discovery?

Michael: No, your honor. The prosecution did not introduce that tape until late in the trial.

Judge: That's permissible under the law.

Michael: Yes, but the defense contends that the prejudicial impact of introducing that evidence at that point in the trial far outweighs any probative value it may have had.

Judge: Yet the defendant's words were in issue. That tape is excellent evidence as to what she had to say.

Michael: Well, there were better ways for the jury to get evidence that would not have produced such prejudices against Ms. Newman.

Judge: For example?

Michael: Why wasn't a transcript introduced? We would've gladly stipulated to a prepared transcript by any independent agency, or even one prepared by the prosecution, if we could attest to its accuracy. No, in this case, introducing that tape to the jury was prejudicial. I likened it to a-a story you probably all learned in law school. A man falls asleep on a train track. A freight train comes along and severs his leg. The plaintiff sues. Now he is there in the courtroom hobbling around on his prosthesis. And yet, his lawyer wants to introduce the severed leg in all its bloody glory. You would not have allowed that, your honor. And the trial judge should not have allowed that tape. Your honor, when the trial judge brought the jury back into the courtroom to render their verdict, we had something happen that I have never seen in all my years of practice. One juror claimed to have changed her mind in the cloakroom. And the trial judge, instead of declaring a mistrial, sent the jury back for further deliberation-- a move that's highly unorthodox, to say the least.

Judge: Are you implying that the court below deliberately overlooked an instance of jury tampering?

Michael: No, your honor.

Judge: Of juror misconduct?

Michael: No, your honor, not to my knowledge.

Judge: The trial judge did inquire with this juror as to her motivation.

Michael: Yes, and I believe her response was--

Judge: We've read the transcript. That judge was completely satisfied as to the integrity of the process. What do you think the judge should've done, Mr. Baldwin?

Michael: Your honor, with all due respect to the lower bench, I think the prudent thing to have done would have been to declare a mistrial. Immediately. Another jury could've been empanelled, and the prosecution could have retried the case.

Judge: Wouldn't that have been an undue burden on the system?

Michael: Not any less undue than the chance, no matter how slim, that the juror was not telling the court the truth. At the very least, the juror should've been replaced by an alternate before they were sent back to deliberate.

Judge: All right, Mr. Baldwin. Do you have anything else?

Michael: No, your honor.

Judge: The court will take a 15 minute recess before we hear from the state.

Michael: Thank you, your honor.

Phyllis: "Do you have anything else?" He said. As in--as in, that's all you have? It's done.

Nikki: Thanks for the coffee.

Colleen: Oh, no, of course.

Nikki: It was very sweet of you.

Colleen: You're welcome.

Nikki: Hey, J.T., did you eat while you were out?

J.T.: I ate a little something.

Nikki: Did you see him eat?

Colleen: Yes, I did. But that doesn't mean he should skip lunch.

Nikki: Oh, don't worry, he wonít. Honey, are you cold? Ow! My back.

Colleen: Nikki, did you eat? Because if you wanna go to the cafeteria or take a break, I could come with you.

Nikki: No, no, no. I-I really--I'm not a breakfast person.

Colleen: Well, a walk might help your back.

Nikki: Yeah. I guess it could. I'm stiff.

J.T.: Yeah, go ahead. You stayed for me, I'll stay for you.

Nikki: All right, I'll be quick.

J.T.: I'm not going anywhere.

Nikki: Okay. Be right back.

Victor: Yes, I can hold. Thank you.

Nikki: Listen, I'm going to the cafeteria.

Victor: Okay.

Nikki: Are you talking to somebody I should speak to?

Victor: It's the office.

Nikki: All right.

Victor: Yes, hello? Dr. Hodes, this is Victor Newman. Uh, Dr. Webb tells me that you're an expert in fetus survival. Right. And you have looked at my daughter's chart? That's right, 22 weeks. Yes, that's low. So what are the complications? I see.

Daniel: Yeah, I'll call you back, okay?

Jack: I was surprised how much that judge interrupted.

Lauren: I know. But Michael says it happens all the time.

Daniel: Yeah, the judge sure did have a big stick up his you-know-what.

Jack: He was in a bad mood, that one.

Lauren: You are right. He seemed like he wanted to be anywhere else but here today.

Jack: I gotta say, Michael was pretty impressive.

Daniel: Let's just hope Heather is a little less impressive.

Man: Court's about to reconvene.

Lauren: Oh, thanks.

Jack: Thank you.

Colleen: Here you go.

Nikki: Oh, thank you.

Colleen: Are you sure you don't want anything to eat?

Nikki: No, not right now, thanks.

Colleen: Adrian said he'd stop by later.

Nikki: Victoria will like that. How are your classes this semester?

Colleen: Good. Yeah, surprisingly. I, uh, I have 18 credits.

Nikki: Wow, that's a lot with a part-time job.

Colleen: Yeah, I'm a little stressed. But, you know, I enjoy being busy. You know, when... I was in a coma after the fire, it took awhile for me to wake up. And I... I know my parents prayed for me to wake up.

Nikki: We prayed for you. Victoria prayed for you. Victoria sat with you. She willed you awake. That's what we've been trying to do with her. And we've been trying to will that baby to get stronger. You know, mothers are supposed to be able to... do anything, and... when you can't, you just feel like you've failed your child, you know?

Colleen: You're not a failure. You--you can't control something like this.

Nikki: The whole family was so focused on the baby-- making sure the baby was healthy. Is the baby okay? That we never thought that anything would happen to Victoria. It never entered our minds.

J.T.: Wow. Did you feel that? He kicked. You know, I, uh... I still vote he plays football. I know, you think that football players get hurt too much, but if he's a kicker, then he won't get tackled. So it's kind of a win-win deal, you know? I mean, with a-a foot like that, we gotta put it to good use, right?

Victor: Thank you. Everyone I talk to says the same thing-- 22 weeks is not long enough for the baby to be delivered.

Sharon: You don't have to make that decision right now.

Victor: But if we do, I wanna be prepared. Isn't that amazing with all the advances you hear about in the news, no new drug, no new machine can help us. If there were, I promise you I'd... spend any amount of money to get it here.

Sharon: You're doing everything you can, Victor.

Victor: Maybe it isn't enough.

Heather: Your honor, may it please the court, I would like to respond to Mr. Baldwin's contention that the lower judge should've declared a mistrial. A judge is an arbiter, not a potted plant. The trial transcript clearly shows that both counsels for defense were present--

Judge: Ms. Stevens, hold on a moment. What's going on? Are you on your cell phone?

Daniel: Uh, no, your honor, it's hung up.

Judge: Young man, we have rules of decorum in this courtroom. Having an open cell phone line is not one of them. Do you represent a news organization?

Daniel: No.

Judge: Confiscate his phone and escort the gentleman from the courtroom.

Daniel: Uh, your honor, I can explain.

Judge: No explanations. You're wasting the court's time. Bailiff, take him out of here.

Lauren: Uh, we're outside, waiting for this whole thing to be over.

Daniel: Can I talk to her?

Lauren: Daniel wants to speak with you.

Daniel: Thank you. Mom, I am so sorry. I-I didn't think that anyone could see me. I had no idea.

Phyllis: No, don't worry about it. It's--it's my fault for-- for making you do it, or allowing you to do it. Um, it--it was a bad idea.

Daniel: Yeah, but it was my bad idea. If this messes things up for you--

Phyllis: It doesn't mess anything up, okay?

Daniel: You don't have to try and make me feel better.

Phyllis: I'm not trying to make you feel better. Listen, if the judge agrees with Michael, he agrees with Michael. The phone thing-- it's not gonna sway his decision one way or the other. Okay? Tell Michael to call me.

Daniel: Yeah.

Phyllis: Listen, um... smile. I love you.

Daniel: I love you, too. Bye. Michael, I am so sorry.

Lauren: Well?

Michael: Heather was a bit more subdued in her rebuttal than I expected. But that does not to say that she didn't make a strong case.

Jack: But then, so did you.

Michael: Don't get all excited. It's a toss-up. Anyone's guess.

Heather: You're lucky the judge only threw you out. Not a way to score points for your side.

Phyllis: I have no one to blame but myself. I know that. You told me not to pick up.

Nick: Yeah. Who is it that says I'm always right?

Phyllis: You say it.

Nick: Yes, it is me, 'cause it's true.

Phyllis: I'm gonna think good thoughts.

Nick: Okay.

Phyllis: Yeah. You should probably go.

Nick: Yeah. I should. I don't want to, though. (Telephone ringing)

Phyllis: You--you have to. Hello? Hi, Michael. Mm-hmm. Yeah, I know. I heard that. Yeah. Okay. Mm-hmm. Okay, thanks, bye. All right. Well, Michael--Michael thinks it went well, all things considered. Uh, he thinks it-it's good.

Nick: Yeah, I don't think the phone thing's gonna be that bad.

Phyllis: No, no.

Nick: So stay confident.

Phyllis: Okay. I'm gonna. Definitely, I will. He--he sounded convincing. Don't you think Michael sounded good?

Nick: Okay.

Nick: Pillow.

Dr. Webb: Can I speak to you all in the hallway, please?

Victor: Certainly.

Victor: You look very concerned. Tell us the truth.

Dr. Webb: Victoria's blood pressure is higher than it was before.

J.T.: The medicine didn't work?

Dr. Webb: I'm afraid not.

Nikki: Can't you try something else?

Dr. Webb: Not at this point. The baby has to be delivered or Victoria could die.

Nikki: It's too early, Doctor.

Dr. Webb: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. The probability that the baby will survive this is very slim.

Victor: Okay, we're gonna have to talk about this, all right?

Dr. Webb: Of course. But I need a decision soon.

Victor: Yes.

Nikki: Oh, my God. Victor...

Victor: Yeah?

Nikki: What are we going to do?

Nikki: What are we gonna do?

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Neil: What is this?

David: It's a press release. If you don't rescind the loan demand, this gets released.

Dr. Webb: If we wait, we will lose both Victoria and the baby.

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