Y&R Transcript Monday 11/26/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 11/27/07 -- USA
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Daniel: Hey, uh, you know what's behind the senate ethics committee demanding Jack to appear, don't you? Here you go.
Phyllis: Yep. Public pressure.
Daniel: Yeah, the minute it hit the papers that he was a suspect in a homicide investigation-- that was kind of the last straw.
Phyllis: Jack has had a lot of bad publicity lately.
Daniel: What do you think the chances are of him digging himself out of this?
Phyllis: I don't know. But the idea that he killed Ji Min-- that's just insane.
Daniel: Yeah, well, people tend to believe what they read in the papers.
Phyllis: How much do you wanna guess that Heather Stevens is behind this?
Daniel: You think so?
Phyllis: She wants to make a name for herself. Please.
Daniel: Yeah, I guess especially after you got out on appeal.
Phyllis: Yeah. Now she's going after Jack. And bagging a senator-- that's gotta look great on her record.
Jack: You can keep asking the same questions over and over, I'm gonna give you the same answer. I have already acknowledged my past mistakes and I am cooperating fully with the authorities.
Sharon: No. No, that is not true. I have every reason to believe that my husband's name will be vindicated.
Jack: I have only the highest regard for Senator Brier, though he and I differ on a number of issues.
Sharon: I cannot comment on that.
Jack: Well, I have no comment other than to say that that's a little mean spirited.
Sharon: Well, my husband cherishes the freedom of the press as do I. They are entitled to their opinion.
Jack: I don't really know whether or not this is a concerted effort that I am the focus of a number of people in and outside the legislature who don't agree with my issues, but you've heard the same rumors I have. It is not gonna stop me from helping the people that I was elected to help.
Sharon: Thank you.
Jack: Thank you.
Sharon: How many times can you say "I am not a crook"?
Jack: You know what? We need to do something positive. You up for a photo op?
Woman: You haven't charged Senator Abbott with a crime?
Heather: The senator has only been questioned.
Woman: Why question him?
Heather: Mr. Kim was Senator Abbott's front man when he purchased Jabot cosmetics. We're questioning everyone who has ties with Mr. Kim.
Woman: Has the senator made any comments you can divulge for publication?
Heather: Um, no, and neither will I. If you'll excuse me.
Cane: Well, if it isn't the D.A.'s office newest golden girl.
Heather: And what brings you to the hallowed halls of justice, Mr. Ashby?
Cane: I'm filing my, uh, accident report on Clear Springs.
Heather: A multibillion dollar liability case? Please, it's just an excuse to see me.
Heather: Sorry. Anyway, how was your first Thanksgiving?
Cane: It was good. It was good. I, uh, I had a chance to, uh, get away from my never-ending work schedule.
Heather: Yeah. I hear you there. I barely had enough time to eat one meal lately, let alone three. Thank God the Chamber of Commerce charity function is serving a dinner tomorrow night, otherwise I'd probably miss another one.
Cane: I'm going to that. I'll be there, uh, representing Chancellor Industries.
Heather: Oh. Well, we could go green and carpool.
Cane: Okay. Sure.
Lily: I thought I'd find you here.
Colleen: Uh, my break's coming up.
Lily: You know, you work too much.
Colleen: Yeah, it takes my mind off what's going on at the hospital. How was your turkey day?
Lily: Uh, it was okay.
Colleen: I was hoping you would tell me that Cane threw himself at your feet and pledged his undying love.
Lily: Yeah, not exactly.
Colleen: Undying like?
Lily: Mmm. Negative.
Colleen: Please tell me he showed up for dinner.
Lily: No, he came, he came. But we didn't really hang out that much. We spoke, like, two sentences to each other. One of them was, "Thanks, you're sweet."
Colleen: What does that mean?
Lily: Well, I refilled his drink and that's what he said.
Colleen: So there was, like, nothing good at all?
Lily: Uh, he was the last one to leave.
Colleen: See, he obviously wanted to spend time with you.
Lily: Well, he spent most of the evening talking with Jack and Devon about sports.
Colleen: While he was looking at you.
Lily: Yeah, I guess.
Colleen: You know what? Your dad was there, so that's why he wasn't all over you.
Lily: You know what? Honestly, I don't care anymore. I'm tired of thinking about it. I was up half the night thinking about Cane. My brain hurts.
Colleen: Okay. Well, your brain should come with me, okay?
Gloria: "If this is what we know about Jack Abbott, imagine what we don't know. What other deep, dark, ugly secrets is he hiding? Oh, the thought sends chills up my spine. Sincerely, a frightened constituent."
Kevin: Is that it?
Gloria: That's it. Send it to every senator on the ethics committee. Hey, Jill! Welcome back! How was your trip?
Jill: It was great. Katherine and I had a lovely visit with Brock.
Kevin: Well, you missed all the excitement here.
Jill: You mean Jack being dragged before the senate committee? I heard. Made my whole week.
Gloria: And I hope they nail him.
Jill: I hope they do more than that.
Gloria: So were you looking for me?
Jill: Yes, to confirm our meeting. All the way home on the plane Katherine was complaining about sales and market shares. We need to brainstorm.
Gloria: Athletic Club, one half-hour.
Jill: See you there. Bye, Kevin.
Kevin: Later, Mrs. Abbott.
Gloria: How am I gonna focus on business? I'm too excited!
Kevin: Mom, we're meeting with John's ex-cell mate. It doesn't mean he knows anything about his will.
Gloria: Yeah, that could also mean that Jack gets thrown under the bus. Where's that optimism I taught you to have?
Kevin: Oh, you shattered that dream a long time ago.
Gloria: Smart alec.
Kevin: I don't want you to be disappointed.
Gloria: Yeah. Well, if I am, I will find another way to prove that Jack Abbott was behind that new will. In the meantime, maybe this Mr. Todd Scheller can give us some useful information.
(Cell phone ringing)
Kevin: This is Kevin.
Jana: Hey, Kev, it's me.
Kevin: Hey, Jana, what's up?
Jana: I'm going to the hospital.
Kevin: Are you sick?
Jana: No, I don't think so. They're doing a CAT scan. God, I've been so worried about this tumor coming back. I can't wait to know for sure.
Kevin: I'm on my way to the hospital.
Jana: I really don't deserve you.
Kevin: Well, you're stuck with me. Get used to it. I have to get to Memorial. Jana's having a test done.
Gloria: I wish you'd find a serious girlfriend to propose to.
Kevin: It doesn't get much more serious than marriage, Mom. I'm working on it.
Gloria: Honey, she's probably gonna spend the rest of her life in prison.
Kevin: And what about all the optimism you were just telling me about again?
Gloria: Yeah, yeah, yeah. At best, she's demented. At worst, she's a killer. And she's got you snowed.
Kevin: You've killed someone, Mother. Or have you forgotten?
Gloria: That was different.
Kevin: I'm gonna say this once. I love this woman. And you will not say another word against her, do you understand me?
Gloria: Yeah, but--
Kevin: Do you understand me?
Gloria: Yes, Kevin, I understand you.
Kevin: Good. That's good. That's good. Because Jana is gonna be your daughter-in-law. And I want us to be one big happy family.
Daniel: Excuse me, Ma'am, there's a reason Senator Abbott wasn't charged with anything. Because there's no proof. Why? Because he didn't do it. So I would be careful about throwing around words like murderer, thank you and good day.
Phyllis: Who was that?
Daniel: Another ticked off constituent.
Phyllis: Yeah, you know, there are people who do believe that someone is innocent until proven guilty.
Daniel: Can I ask you something?
Daniel: Jack has done a lot for me, so I don't even really like asking this, but, um, is there a chance--
Daniel: I'm not saying that Jack could've killed Ji Min on purpose, but is there a chance that it could've been an accident?
Phyllis: Shh. I don't know. But I felt the same way, so I asked him point blank if he did it.
Daniel: What did he say?
Phyllis: No. I believe him. I do. I mean, even if Jack... maybe hit Ji Min and he fell to the floor and he looked dead, I think that Jack would call 9-1-1. I don't think he would just walk away. I mean, no matter how he felt about somebody.
Jill: Nicole, please make me three copies of that.
Cane: How was your trip?
Jill: Oh, it was great seeing your Uncle Brock. One of these days you're gonna have to meet him, you know?
Cane: Well, set it up.
Jill: So do you have any details on the ethics committee investigating Jack?
Cane: No. Only what I've read in the papers.
Jill: You mean you're dating the assistant D.A. and that doesn't get you any info?
Cane: We're not exactly dating. I've taken her out a couple of times.
Jill: Are you and Amber--
Cane: No! Amber? No.
Jill: Good. Well, if you like Heather, take her out again.
Cane: I do like her. I like her. On paper, she's--she's smart, she's driven, she's honest. You know, honest is important to me. It just...
Jill: Okay, on paper. And in person? No chemistry?
Cane: Not as much as I'd hoped.
Jill: Oh, Baby, chemistry is so important. You know, when I was first seeing Ji Min, everybody thought I was nuts. I even questioned it myself. But then as soon as I stopped trying to analyze it and kinda just let it happen... that's when I realized that I was in love with him. Butterflies and all.
Colleen: On the house.
Lily: Aw, thank you. I was about to pass out.
Colleen: Why? Is Cane making you faint?
Lily: In a bad way.
Colleen: You are totally overanalyzing.
Lily: Well, I'll stop when I figure out if he likes me.
Colleen: Well, he likes you more than a friend. I mean, he wouldn't have come over for Thanksgiving if he wasn't interested.
Lily: I don't know. Family out of town, not a tradition, free food.
Colleen: You are overanalyzing.
Lily: Oh, please. You did the exact same thing with Adrian.
Colleen: You're right. And if I had to do it again, I would've come straight out and asked him what he felt about me.
Lily: No, you wouldn't have.
Colleen: What do you have to lose? I mean, it'll save you a lot of coffee if you just ask him.
Lily: What do you want me to say? "Hey, Cane, I was wondering if you liked me. I mean, really liked me."
Colleen: I think you should say, "Cane, I like spending time with you."
Lily: Ugh. I don't know.
Colleen: Don't you wanna know?
Lily: Of course I do.
Colleen: Well, then let's start practicing your speech.
Colleen: Hello, Mrs. Bardwell, Jill.
Gloria: Hello, Colleen.
Colleen: Can I get you anything to drink?
Jill: Um, yes, Colleen, I think an iced tea.
Gloria: That sounds perfect. Make it two.
Colleen: Coming right up.
Gloria: Thank you.
Jill: You know, Gloria, when people say Jabot Cosmetics, they immediately think of Jack Abbott.
Gloria: Would you like to change that?
Jill: Well, don't get me wrong. I am overjoyed that his career is going down the drain, I just don't want our company to go down there with him.
Gloria: You think that could really happen?
Jill: Mmm, probably not. It's just that we've finally recovered from that face cream scandal. And I don't wanna lose any ground.
Gloria: Well, the publicity that Jack's gotten lately hasn't helped. But isn't it nice to see he's finally getting what he deserves.
Jill: I don't know which one of us is happier about that. You or me.
Gloria: And you know what would twist the knife, Jill? If we come up with a marketing campaign that is so dynamic, everybody forgets Jack Abbott was ever associated with the company.
Jill: His ego could not take that.
Gloria: I know.
Phyllis: Okay. Nick wants me to sit with Victoria while J.T. gets some food.
Daniel: Where's the rest of the fam?
Phyllis: With the lawyers.
Daniel: How long before they appoint a guardian?
Phyllis: I don't know. But they better make a decision soon, or we're gonna lose one of 'em or both of them.
Daniel: I couldn't even imagine having to make that choice.
Phyllis: Neither could I. Listen, it's very, very sad. They should be pulling together, instead fighting with each other in court.
Daniel: I never wanna set foot in another courtroom again.
Phyllis: Yeah, neither do I. Believe me.
Daniel: I think that if I didn't see Heather's face ever again, that would be pretty cool, too.
Phyllis: You know, she may retry my case.
Daniel: What are you talking about? I thought it was overturned. I mean, isn't that, like, double jeopardy? You know what? Never mind. We don't have to talk about this.
Phyllis: All right. My case was reversed, it wasn't overturned. And effectively means that my trial never happened in the first place. So she can retry my case to her heart's content if she wants.
Daniel: Yeah, well, if there is another trial, at least Michael knows what the D.A.'s game plan is.
Phyllis: Yeah, well, I don't wanna think about it now. There are more important things to focus on.
Kevin: Hey! Can--can I give her a hug?
Woman: Against the rules. I'm going to have a word with the nurse.
Jana: Oh, I'm so glad you came.
Kevin: Yeah, well, get used to it. Where I go, you go.
Jana: Kevin, I'm so scared that the test is going to say that my tumor's grown back.
Kevin: You've been feeling better, right? No headaches, no blurry vision or anything?
Kevin: Your mind has been clear?
Kevin: Okay, that's good.
Kevin: Well, there was that one incident.
Jana: What incident?
Kevin: When, uh, when you said no to my marriage proposal.
Kevin: You are crazy.
Jana: Well, it's a good thing you and I have the same twisted sense of humor.
Kevin: Yeah, that's a good thing.
Woman: They're ready to prep you in radiology, Ms. Hawkes.
Jana: Oh, God, already?
Woman: Will you follow me?
Woman: Sorry, Sir.
Kevin: Oh, come on, have a heart. She needs moral support. I will be right here when you get back.
Cane: Hey, Lily.
Cane: You know, I, um... I really--I really had a nice Thanksgiving with you. Thank you.
Lily: Oh. Good. I'm glad. I'm--I'm sorry for all the confusion.
Cane: No. No, no, don't be silly. Don't be silly. I'm just, uh, I'm glad that whatever was making you sick went away.
Lily: Yeah. Me, too. Um, actually, do you-- do you have a minute?
Cane: Sure. Sure. Of course I do.
Lily: Okay, well, um... I really like spending time with you, as well, and, um... I was just wondering—
(Cell phone ringing)
Cane: Hang on a second. I have--I have been waiting for this call all day. I have to take it. I'm sorry.
Lily: It's okay. Yeah.
Cane: Are you sure?
Lily: Yeah. Go ahead.
Cane: All right, one second.
Jack: Absolutely perfect. Yeah. At the courthouse in two hours.
Sharon: Okay. With whom?
Jack: The administrators of Genoa City Memorial Hospital. The state has awarded a grant. I am presenting a check.
Sharon: Oh. Well, you know they're not gonna ask about charity work.
Jack: No. We're gonna stick to our talking points.
Sharon: Oh, yes. And I can recite mine in my sleep-- "Will not be distracted from his essential work, rehashing issues that have already been discussed, wasted resources and eager for all the facts to be made public."
Jack: You are the very best. I swear, I feel like I'm in the twilight zone. How many times can I say "Asked and answered" before they'll get bored and go away?
Sharon: You know what needs to go away is Ji Min's death. But you cannot say how you really feel in public.
Jack: That it was Victor Newman's fault? No, unfortunately, I can't say that.
Sharon: You know what they need to do is they need to conclude this whole investigation so that it's not hanging over every conversation.
Jack: I can't say Victor's responsible...
Sharon: No. You cannot say that, Jack. Nor can you say anything remotely like that.
Jack: Doesn't mean somebody else can't suggest it.
[Cell phone rings]
Jack: Hey, where are you?
Daniel: I'm at the courthouse right now.
Jack: Stay right where you are. I'll be there shortly. Leave your phone on, okay?
Daniel: Yes, Sir.
[Hangs up his phone]
Heather: I have told you people repeatedly, I cannot discuss any part of the homicide investigation, nor the senator's alleged involvement. So if you people would please stop calling me! You're only wasting your breath!
Daniel: Sounds like you're being bombarded.
Heather: You would not even imagine the media frenzy this is causing.
Daniel: Actually, I'm living it. I'm getting obscene phone calls, irate e-mails, you name it.
Daniel: By the way, I--
Heather: Uh-oh. Here it comes.
Daniel: I was just wondering if you were planning on charging Jack with anything.
Heather: I should've known you weren't just randomly wandering the halls of the courthouse. Does Jack know you're here?
Daniel: Okay, you know what? I need three minutes of your time to plead my case. And then I'll be out of your hair because I know that you are extremely busy, and the last thing you need is more work, which inevitably you would be doing for yourself by retrying my mother, so--
Daniel: So why would you wanna do that? Because "A"-- she was a model prisoner, and she apologized for what she did, so in terms of lesson learned, it's over. It's done. And "B"--"B"--the judge-- the sentence that the judge gave her was absolutely outrageous. It was completely out of proportion to the crime.
Heather: And your time is almost--
Daniel: And "C"-- Ji Min's case. You have Ji Min's case on your plate right now. Your plate is full with that. What you need to do is you need to lighten your workload, okay? You don't need to add more.
Heather: Oh, okay. So you're worried about me? That's what this is about?
Daniel: Maybe. Maybe I'm worried about you. Maybe I'm worried that if you got too exhausted, you'd charge Jack for something that he didn't do.
Heather: Do you ever stop pleading other people's cases?
Daniel: Okay, look, you are doing your job. I respect that and I appreciate that.
Heather: Okay. All right. I know you're trying really hard, but spare me the false flattery.
Daniel: I'm serious. I've got no problem with the D.A. that wants to go after and prosecute dangerous criminals.
Heather: And since your mother isn't a drug dealer or a murderer, her crimes don't count, right?
Daniel: Her debt to society has been paid. I just don't want you wasting any of your valuable time.
Heather: I will decide what is and is not a waste of my time. Got it?
Daniel: Hang on a second, okay? Retrying my mother's case isn't gonna benefit anyone. All it's gonna do is it's gonna hurt my baby sister. Got it?
Heather: You finished?
Daniel: Yeah, I'm finished. Thanks for hearing me out.
Heather: Well, I didn't really have much of a choice did I?
Phyllis: What are you doing here? You're about the last person I thought I'd see here.
Jana: Oh, well, I'm actually waiting for my C.T. Scan. Any chance you've got some handcuff keys in your bag there?
Phyllis: (Laughs) uh, they're in my other coat.
Jana: Ah. Well, there goes my big chance to escape.
Jana: I'm just joking.
Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, sure. Definitely.
Jana: Hey, how's Victoria?
Phyllis: Um, she is not doing well. She's not getting any better.
Jana: Really? That's terrible.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Why are--are you getting a C.T. Scan? Are you sick?
Jana: No. It's--it's just routine.
Phyllis: Oh! Okay. So I'm sure it'll be good news.
Jana: I hope so. I'm not really all that worried, but poor Kevin-- if he had to handle my tumor growing back, oh, God!
Phyllis: Yeah. Well--well, he'll stand by your side, definitely. I know how much he loves you.
Jana: He proposed.
Phyllis: Wow! Really?
Phyllis: Wow. Congratulations.
Jana: I haven't said yes yet. But if I do, would you be my maid of honor?
Phyllis: How come you haven't said yes yet?
Jana: The only way I'll say yes to him is if I know I'm going to die soon.
Phyllis: What? I'm--I'm sorry. That's... quite crazy and morbid. Why are you saying that?
Jana: I don't want him tied down to someone who's going to be behind bars for years.
Phyllis: Well, you don't know that for sure.
Jana: I wish I could just walk out of there, free and healthy, but I doubt that's ever going to happen.
Phyllis: Wait a second. What is all this gloom and doom here? This cynicism? You were always the one who told me everything was gonna be fine.
Jana: And you are. It'd be too much to hope for a miracle for myself as well.
Phyllis: Listen, I'm sure you're gonna do this scan and it's gonna show a perfectly normal brain. Maybe "Perfectly normal" is the wrong word.
Jana: Oh, I've missed your sense of humor, Phyllis.
Phyllis: I missed having you around.
Woman: They're ready for you now.
Jana: Ah. This is my limo driver.
Jana: She'll be taking me to radiology. Onward, Miss.
Phyllis: Ah. Bye-bye.
Jana: Bye, Phyllis.
Jill: Katherine is determined to expand our customer base.
Gloria: Good. Entry level customers?
Jill: Young ones.
Jill: Now obviously, they have less disposable income. Our high-end buyers are our most loyal customers. They have been for years. They are the mothers and the grandmothers.
Gloria: But now it's time for the next generation-- the granddaughters.
Jill: Absolutely. Uh, Lily?
Lily: Oh. Hi.
Gloria: Hi, Lily. You got a minute?
Lily: Um, yeah. Well, Cane stepped out to take a call, but...
Jill: Good, good, good, 'cause I wanna pick your brain about something.
Lily: Oh, about what?
Jill: About cosmetics.
Jill: We have just been discussing a new marketing strategy, possibly some new products geared for the younger woman.
Lily: Oh. Well, Jabot is kinda pricey for most girls my age. I mean, 20 bucks goes a long way at the drug store, if you know what I mean.
Gloria: That is a very good point, Lily.
Jill: Yeah, but you see, that's not what I wanna ask you anyway. Listen, have you ever thought about why you wear makeup? Do you wear it for yourself, or to attract guys?
Lily: Um... I wear makeup because...
Gloria: Because... women take their makeup very seriously.
Lily: Um, well, I don't. I mean, I like it and its fun to wear and I feel pretty when I do, but I think since I watched my mom putting it on all the time when I was younger, I just, you know...
Jill: But does it make you feel more beautiful?
Lily: Um, sometimes.
Cane: If you want a guy's... unsolicited point of view... I think you're a natural beauty.
Gloria: And, Lily, that's what they all say. But what they mean and what they want... is to be surprised.
Jill: Well, actually, Lily, in your case, I think you are a natural beauty, and I think too much makeup would ruin your look. Do you agree with me, Cane?
Cane: Yeah, Mum, I think she's a knock out.
Lily: Uh, it's actually funny that you mention that, 'cause I always thought my mom was most beautiful when she was happy, whether she was wearing makeup or not.
Cane: Well, you must be happy all the time then.
Lily: Um... well, I wish I could stay and help you guys, but I have to go, so... excuse me.
Gloria: Thank you, Lily.
Jill: Yes, thank you.
Cane: Lily, Lily, Lily? Um... I was rude before and I'm sorry. You were gonna tell me something?
Lily: Oh, no, it's-- it's not important. It's fine. So... okay. Bye.
(Cell phone ringing)
Woman: I'll be watching you.
Kevin: So, uh, what did the technician say about your C.T. Scan?
Jana: You know how it is. They never tell you anything. For all I know, I could have a big black hole where my brain should be and all the doctor says is, "We have to wait till we read it."
Kevin: You have a cynical attitude, too.
Jana: What do you mean, "Too?"
Kevin: No, it's, um... it's just something that my mom said to me earlier. That's why we're a good couple. 'Cause we're both, you know, "Glass half empty" people. Put us together, you have a completely empty glass.
Jana: Well, I like that. That works for me.
Kevin: Yeah, me, too. You know, since we're already here in the hospital...
Kevin: What do you say we-- what do you say we get some blood drawn for a marriage license?
Jana: Kevin... I haven't said yes yet, remember?
Kevin: But you're gonna.
Woman: Time to go.
Kevin: I'll see ya.
Gloria: Well, I have to get to another meeting, but let's talk more about this, Jill. How to reach out to women of all generations.
Jill: You know, I thought the most interesting thing was when she said that her mother was the most beautiful when she was happiest.
Gloria: Ain't that the truth?
Cane: I think you embarrassed Lily when you put her on the spot like that.
Jill: (Chuckles) Cane, Sweetheart... she just went through a really ugly divorce. Telling the girl she was attractive is not a bad thing. Trust me. It meant a lot to her when you said she was beautiful. Women love that, no matter how old they are.
Heather: Combining work and parenting, I see. That's, uh, that's impressive. Good for you.
Phyllis: Thank you. It's very hard for me to be away from my daughter.
Heather: How is Ms. Newman doing?
Phyllis: She's not doing well. Are you here to see me?
Phyllis: Because if you are, I should have my attorney present.
Heather: Uh, no, I, um, I'm not going to question you.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, what are you going to do?
Heather: Well, I thought you'd like to know that I'm going to make a proposal to Mr. Baldwin.
Phyllis: What kind of proposal?
Heather: The district attorney's office is going to retry your case and--
Phyllis: Great. All right, you came all the way down here to tell me that? That's just... lovely--lovely.
Heather: But... I wanted to let you know that if you agree to plead guilty to a lesser charge... I will recommend a sentence of time served and a reasonable probation period.
Phyllis: You will?
Heather: Yes, I will! Well, good, it's settled then. All I ask is if the judge agrees, get your son off my back.
Daniel: Reporting for duty, Sir.
Jack: Hey, uh, wear a tie whenever you're representing me.
Daniel: Uh, I will next time. Sorry. So you think this is gonna work?
Jack: Oh, Boy, I hope so. Listen, I need you to do me a little favor.
Kevin: Here comes my mom. Hey, Mom.
Gloria: Kevin. I came as soon as I could. Is this--?
Kevin: Yes, this is Mr. Todd Scheller.
Gloria: It's a pleasure, Mr. Scheller. I was John Abbott's wife.
Todd: Ah, yes, your late husband and my father were good friends.
Kevin: We thought you were John's friend.
Todd: Fortunately, I've never been in prison.
Gloria: And the name?
Todd: Todd Scheller, Junior.
Kevin: Do you have any idea how we can reach your father?
Todd: I'm sorry. I haven't a clue where he is.
Cane: Excuse me, Miss? Is this seat taken?
Lily: Hi. No, go ahead, sit down.
Cane: Thank you. So... my mum put you on the spot earlier and I'm sorry about that.
Lily: Oh, the makeup? No, it's--it's not a problem. It's fine.
Cane: You know, I meant what I said, about you being a natural beauty, and I think the fact that you don't even... realize it-- it just makes you more beautiful. (Laughs nervously)
Lily: Thank you. Um, hey, what I was gonna ask you earlier was that, um, I just wanted to know if...
Heather: Hey, um, sorry, I don't--I don't mean to interrupt, but, uh, Cane, I just-- I wanted to let you know my work plans changed.
Cane: I'm sorry?
Heather: So... I can actually get off earlier tomorrow night for our dinner date.
Cane: Great. Okay.
(Cell phone ringing)
Heather: Oh, crap! Okay, I'll--bye. Hi, Heather Stevens.
Cane: Um... I'm sorry about that. So, um... you were saying something. I'm sorry.
Lily: It's not important. It's fine.
Cane: No, no, no, no, it's important. It's important to me.
Lily: Um... I'm just on the committee to collect donations for the homeless shelter.
Cane: Let me write you a check.
Lily: No. No. No, you don't have to.
Cane: No, no, no, I want to. I want to. I want to. I think it's a really, really good charity.
Jack: So it appears the legislature has finally recognized what we in Genoa City have known for some time now, that the contributions made to this community by Genoa City Memorial Hospital are many and varied. That the level of services provided by their amazing staff are the best in medicine, and that we as a community have come to rely on this institution for the best medical care available. It is therefore my great honor to present this check to Genoa City Memorial Hospital and its neonatal care unit in support of its new program for infants and children of underserved communities.
Woman: Senator? How do you respond to reports that the senate ethics committee is broadening their investigation of you to include the death of Mr. Ji Min Kim?
Jack: I think we are here to celebrate Genoa City Memorial Hospital and not talk about conjecture and hypothesis.
Woman: Can you reply to the rumors that you were present at the time of Mr. Kim's death?
Jack: Out of respect for the staff of Genoa City Memorial Hospital, I think our time would be better spent answering questions about the current state of our healthcare system, than rehashing old allegations that are groundless. I've recently introduced a bill that provides--
Man: Sir? Sir? Can you comment on reports that police have identified Victor Newman as a person of interested in the homicide investigation of Mr. Kim's death?
Jack: Uh, I'm sorry, could you repeat that question?
Man: Do you have a comment on the report that Victor Newman may be a suspect in Ji Min Kim's death?
Jack: It would be irresponsible of me to make statements about Mr. Newman or anyone else's involvement in that tragedy. I think that job should be left to the police, to the prosecutors and to the courts. Thank you all for being here today. Thank you. We'll see you later. Excuse us.
Sharon: Did you put him up to that?
Jack: Never saw the man before.
Kevin: You don't keep in touch with your father?
Todd: It's been awhile.
Gloria: You must have some idea where he is.
Todd: Tell me what this is about?
Kevin: My mother was cheated out of her inheritance by John Abbott's son.
Todd: How does that concern my father?
Gloria: There was a will. And we think that John was coerced into changing it.
Kevin: He may have discussed it with your dad.
Gloria: I know it's a long shot, but I was hoping that maybe--
Todd: I wish I could help, but my dad's an alcoholic. The minute he got out of prison, he hit the sauce again. He stuck around long enough to borrow money from some people and then he disappeared.
Kevin: You have no idea where he went?
Todd: It's not the first time he's dropped off the radar. It's the story of his life. And there's no telling when or where he'll show up again.
Gloria: Is there any chance that he might contact you?
Todd: Possible. If he does, I'll give you a call.
Gloria: Okay. Okay. Well, here--here is my card. And, uh... Kevin, help me with this. And it's got my numbers on it.
Gloria: Thank you.
Todd: Whoa! You're that Gloria?
Gloria: What do you mean?
Todd: Dad left a duffle bag filled with stuff with me before he left. In it was a letter inside an envelope addressed to "My beloved Gloria."
Kevin: Um... your--my mom didn't know your dad.
Todd: It wasn't his handwriting.
Gloria: Please tell me that you still have that letter.
Todd: Uh, I'll scrounge around for it. Sure.
Kevin: Okay, great. That--we would really appreciate that.
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Gloria: William's not said, "Don't let her get away with it." The mystery woman could be anybody.
Brad: We were divorced in July.
Man: If you're divorced, what qualifies you to be her guardian?
Nick: I would do anything to save my sister--anything.
J.T.: Well, then prove it.
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