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Kevin: What are you-- what are you guys doing here?
Lauren: I captured my husband in between meetings and decided to take two of my favorite guys to lunch.
Kevin: Ah, two of three, you mean?
Michael: Well, three's at home teething on the babysitter's arm. You know, drooling in public is so gauche.
Kevin: Well, thanks for the invite, but I'm on my way out.
Lauren: Where are you going?
Kevin: Uh, to see my soon-to-be fiancée.
Michael: Oh, he's going to prison.
Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, to prison. What's your point?
Michael: I'm just here to praise--
Lauren: You know what? You're such a great guy, Kevin. I don't understand this.
Kevin: Yeah, I know. I shouldn't wanna marry Jana, right?
Michael: Yeah, see, that-- that--I couldn't have said better myself.
Kevin: But I do. So you guys may as well save your breath. See ya.
Lauren: Well, that was a successful intervention. Why is family so complicated?
Michael: Are you seriously asking?
Lauren: Yes. I'm seriously asking.
J.T.: I was just with the baby. He's tiny, but he's tough. That's one thing I know he got from his mom.
Brad: You should hear the nurses talk about him. He's giving them all they can handle.
J.T.: Did you hear that, Baby? Our son's gonna be a handful.
Victor: Victoria's hair was just as light when she was born.
Nikki: She had beautiful hair when she was a baby.
Victor: I remember.
Nikki: When she got her first haircut--
Nikki: I saved a lock of it in my wallet.
Victor: You never told me that.
Nikki: Mm-hmm. I carried around for years. I still have it.
Nikki: Oh, Victoria’s stable. The baby's alive.
Nikki: That's something.
Victor: All we can hope for at this point, isn't it?
Nikki: See how he's kicking that left foot?
Victor: (Chuckles) mm-hmm.
Nikki: Victoria did the same thing, same foot.
Victor: Oh, yeah?
Nikki: From the very beginning, she was just like you.
Victor: Really? I'll be damned.
Phyllis: Who is that? Who is that handsome man right there? It's Daddy! It's Daddy!
Nick: Hey, Ladies.
Phyllis: Let's go talk to Daddy.
Nick: How's my girl?
Phyllis: Oh, she's good. She is good. You know what? It's a good thing that you weren't home earlier.
Nick: Why? Girlie stuff?
Phyllis: Yeah. Well, not really. We, uh, had a little discussion about what to do today. She wanted to have mani-pedis and go shopping. And I said, "No, get in the car, we're going to the hospital."
Nick: Mmm. Well, it's good to know her values are in the right place.
Nick: Come on.
Phyllis: Oh, she wants Daddy.
Nick: Come see me. That's my girl.
Phyllis: Hey, um, and for you, a strawberry shake, extra thick with whipped cream. Do you know you order it so often they renamed it "The Nick" at the coffeehouse.
Nick: Oh. Thanks.
Phyllis: And then I have-- I have these for Summer.
Nick: Mmm. Yes. Yum.
Phyllis: You can swap if you want.
Nick: You know what? I think I'll stick with the shake.
Nick: Thank you.
Phyllis: So, um... Victoria and the baby?
Nick: They're the same.
Phyllis: Hey, listen... it--it could be a lot worse.
Nick: I really like you. Have I told you that lately?
Phyllis: Like? Whoo! You're going out on a limb right there. Don't hurt yourself.
Nick: Well, you know, there's people I love but don't necessarily like? You, I like. I like you, too.
Nick: Yeah. You know, I just-- I don't know why I expected life to be fair.
Phyllis: 'Cause you're a good man.
Nick: I have everything. I got everything, and--and Vick...
Phyllis: Listen, I... I want you to look at it this way. Anything can happen anytime. Okay? She could come out of the coma, the baby could be fine, and she'll marry J.T.
Nick: And live happily ever after? There's a reason they call that a fairy tale.
Jack: Hey. How soon do we start?
Ben: When the chairperson raps the gavel. Jack, be smart. The wrong answers can get you impeached.
Jack: Is it too late to get a flight to Bali? Hey, uh, could I have a second?
Jack: I know you're upset with me for giving the police that tape.
Sharon: No, I'm just... I'm upset with the timing.
Jack: You don't have to stay.
Sharon: Yes, I do.
Gloria: Sharon seems like such a nice person. How can she put up with an animal like that?
Jill: You lie down with pigs, you don't get truffles.
Gloria: No, you get to be Mrs. Pig.
Jill: After this hearing today, even Sharon may be walking.
Daniel: Is he ready?
Ben: Well, if you're asking me if we've practiced, the answer is yes.
Daniel: Then he's ready.
Ben: No one's ever ready for a hearing like this.
Jack: Well... last chance to jump ship.
Sharon: No. Unless there's some other news you don't want me to know about. (Gavel bangs)
Man: Let's begin this hearing... in the matter of Senator Jack Abbott. The questioning will be led by committee counsel, Cynthia Kwan. Ms. Kwan?
Cynthia: Please state your name for the record.
Jack: John Abbott, Jr. I'm more commonly known as Jack Abbott.
Cynthia: I'd like to begin, Senator Abbott, with what has been called the Jabot Cosmetics affair, and your involvement in it.
Cynthia: Much as I understand how the door might hold considerable appeal for you right now, Senator Abbott, the questions are coming from this direction.
Jack: Uh, I'm sorry, what is the question?
Ben: There was no question.
Jack: Then, uh, let's begin. Right away. The Jabot acquisition? Yes, I'm willing to tell you everything.
Cynthia: Good. I ask the questions, and you answer them. Did you or did you not acquire the Jabot Cosmetics firm in direct violation of a signed agreement to the contrary?
Jack: If I could just describe the circumstances under which--
Cynthia: Just answer the question, Senator.
John: Answer her, Jack. It's not that complicated.
Jack: Fine. Yes, I was in breach of contract and I take full responsibility for that. I believe I've said that repeatedly.
Cynthia: Yet you conveniently leave out that you denied it repeatedly, and only told the truth once you were caught.
Gloria: Is there a draft in here or is it just me?
Cynthia: Senator? Are you having a memory problem?
Jack: My family started and built Jabot. It broke my heart to see it in such disrepair. I did what I could to resuscitate the company.
Cynthia: I'm sure your motives were purely altruistic, Senator. Aren't you surprised you were not indicted?
Ben: Careful, Jack.
Jack: Prosecutors have discretion, Ms. Kwan. I suspect in this case it was exercised.
Cynthia: In your favor.
Jack: Are you suggesting I am in violation of Wisconsin statute chapter 19.45, subchapter 5, using my office for personal gain? Influencing the district attorney not to charge me?
Cynthia: Well put.
Jack: Thank you. You couldn't be more wrong.
Man: Ms. Kwan? May I speak with you for a moment?
Cynthia: Excuse me a moment, Senator.
John: The truth, Jack. Not just the part that makes you look good. You told yourself that you got Jabot to make me proud, but all you wanted was to prove you could do it. You wanna make me proud? You tell them the truth.
Jack: I can't.
Ben: Can't what?
Cynthia: Senator, we'll need a brief recess.
Man: Ten minutes.
John: Tell them, Jack.
Jill: I can't wait to get up there and testify.
Gloria: My poor John must be rolling in his grave.
Michael: How about the linguini in clam sauce?
Lauren: It's like he's fixated with her.
Michael: The word obsessed comes to mind. Ooh, would you rather have a Cobb salad? That looks good.
Lauren: Yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna have the Cobb. You know what I'd love, though? A side order of sense for your brother.
Michael: No. Obsessed and sense are mutually exclusive.
Lauren: But why does he think it's a good idea to marry the woman who tried to kill him?
Michael: "Was it the voice in her head or the tumor that made her do it? No one knows!"
Lauren: Nice try. But you're as worried about him as I am.
Michael: Times ten. And if I thought talk therapy or Jungian would work, I would do it. I'd stick him in a skinner box. But you know what? It's like the old joke, "How many Kevins does it take to change a light bulb? None. Unless he really wants to change."
Brad: Where's Victor?
Nikki: He's with Dr. Webb.
Brad: He is so tiny.
Nikki: Well, that's okay. That's just temporary. One of these days we'll be telling him the story about how small he was when he was born.
Brad: Yeah. And he'll be a linebacker eating us all under the table.
Nikki: That's okay. All I care about is that he's here and healthy.
Brad: I talked to one of the nurses about the birth certificate--
Nikki: Look, Brad, I know that you want the baby to be yours--
Brad: Yes, I do.
Nikki: I cannot have him tested for paternity right now.
Brad: Nikki, Nikki, Nikki, I asked them to hold off. Okay?
Nikki: Thank you, Brad.
Brad: You don't have to thank me.
Gloria: I just asked about our testifying.
Jill: Really? Who did you ask?
Gloria: The committee counsel.
Jill: And what did she say?
Gloria: Flat refused. Said it was a time factor.
Jill: That is ridiculous! Jack's gonna end up walking out of here with a smile on his face.
Gloria: Can't let that happen, Jill.
Jill: Oh, we won't. That chairman? Chancellor funds a Junior Achievement program in his district. He even approached us about it.
Jill: Yeah. And if that leverage doesn't work, you and I are gonna go stand on the senate steps and call in the press corps.
Gloria: I like that plan.
Jill: Yeah. So don't you worry. We haven't even begun fighting. Jack is going down.
Jack: Yes, the stockholders were treated fairly, and Jabot employees who were laid off in the prior regime regained their jobs and their livelihood.
Cynthia: Yet the ethical standards of elected officials is not "The ends justifies the means." I would like to move on to the recent tragic events in Clear Springs.
Daniel: One down, two to go.
Sharon: That wasn't pretty.
Cynthia: Senator? When you're ready?
Jack: I am doing everything in my power as both a senator and a businessman to help in this relief effort. You've read the same reports I have, Ms. Kwan. An off-site drilling operation, owned by one man, has been responsible for this entire nightmare. His name is Victor Newman.
Cynthia: The committee is far more interested in your business in the area, Senator. Before, during and after the campaign.
Ben: Don't be confrontational.
Jack: Surely you're not suggesting, Ms. Kwan, that every candidate be a pauper.
Cynthia: I'm suggesting that we have a state constitution that frowns upon corrupt public officials.
Ben: Don't take the bait.
Jack: We also have a system of free enterprise where a man can buy and sell property freely.
Cynthia: Then why did you keep your acquisitions in the area so secretive?
Jack: I broke no campaign laws!
Cynthia: Answer the question!
Jack: I did what I thought was right at the time.
Nikki: There we go. I put up some pictures of the baby. That way, when you wake up, you'll see your baby boy's face all around you. I mean, they're pretty good. There's some glare from the glass, but other than that, they're good. You can see everything. It's really something when your daughter becomes a mother. I know. You're thinking, "Mother, I am nothing like you." And that is true. But when it comes to being a mother? We are exactly exactly alike. Exactly.
Nikki: I love you so much.
Daniel: This is painful to watch.
Sharon: Yeah, uh, for you and me both.
Daniel: The lawyer's going right for the jugular. Ben seems to be holding his own, though.
Sharon: Well, he has a law degree, so he should.
Sharon: That came in handy, didn't it?
Daniel: You ever think... some of the dumb stuff I've done... you know, those, like, "What the hell was I thinking?" Moments?
Sharon: Yeah. I have had many of those.
Daniel: Well, it was bad enough having to answer for it one-on-one. But publicly?
Sharon: In front of the whole world?
Daniel: Yeah. No, thanks.
Sharon: I'm gonna step out.
Man: See how quickly we can get the transcripts, all right, Alex?
Alex: Okay, sure.
Jill: Tommy? I wanna congratulate you on how you're running this committee. Very impressive.
Tommy: Jill, it's good to see you again. I assumed you'd be here.
Jill: Yes, unfortunately, it is my company that the Senator defrauded.
Tommy: I know. Next time you're in Madison, let's get a drink.
Jill: And next time you're in Genoa City, you come over to Jabot. You know, I've been thinking about expanding the Junior Achievement program. Maybe even statewide.
Tommy: That would be marvelous.
Jill: Yeah, well, you know, I've just been listening to the Senator and obviously he's been so prepped. It occurred to me that the committee is really not hearing the whole story.
Tommy: We've done our homework.
Jill: Well, yeah, you have, but you see, you're just hearing it. We at Jabot actually lived it. Don't you think the victims should have the opportunity to speak?
Tommy: This isn't a courtroom.
Jill: No, but it's an inquest. And you have here two victims who can personally speak to Jack Abbott's actions. I mean, there's Gloria Bardwell, who is the widow of the Senator's father and a Jabot employee. And you have me. We'd really welcome the opportunity, Tommy. I think we deserve that much.
Jana: Oh, thank God the warden lifted my no visitors ban. I've been on my best behavior.
Kevin: Okay, back up, back up. Did you just say you were tumor-free?
Jana: Mm-hmm. That's what the doc said. Now there's still that little bit left that they couldn't take out in surgery, remember?
Jana: But it hasn't grown or changed and the doctor said it's more than likely it never will.
Kevin: That's amazing!
Kevin: Why didn't you call me?
Jana: You know why. 'Cause, well, 'cause of your... here comes the bride fantasy.
Kevin: Here comes the bride? More like "Bad to the bone." You cruising down the aisle on your hog.
Kevin: You'll be carrying a tasteful bouquet of roses, you know, wearing a nice corset, some leather chaps.
Jana: Kevin... I'm not seeing us at all.
Kevin: You're lying.
Jana: If my good news didn't also mean bad news, maybe. But you know exactly what I'm talking about.
Kevin: That a healthy woman can stand trial? Or, I'm sorry, was that a trick question?
Jana: Trial for murder. Now I haven't been convicted, and I will be. And believe me, they're going to send me to prison and I'll spend the rest of my life there. I'm never going to marry you. You need to accept that.
Kevin: I need to accept that I'm never gonna be a rock God. I need to accept that I could put a pair of socks in the dryer and only one of them is gonna come out. But I don't need to accept--
Jana: Oh, we're being realistic here, Kevin. Don't you get that?
Kevin: No. You're being pessimistic. And don't even start with your whole "I'm guilty!"
Jana: But I am.
Kevin: Listen, after a jury hears doctor after doctor explain how--how the devil-- as known as your brain tumor-- made you do this, they're not gonna find you guilty.
Jana: No, I doubt that.
Kevin: Doubt away. I'm gonna be proven right in the end. Jana Hawkes-Fisher. That has a nice ring to it.
Victor: I just looked at all the pictures that your mommy hung up. Pictures that were taken when you were a little baby and when you grew up-- when I taught you how to ride and Halloween costumes. You know, the sad thing was, that I didn't take those pictures. I was working during that time. I was working hard to create this empire. But there's something sad about that. Because I wasn't there to take those pictures. I know that you will be different. You'll be there for your little boy. Won't you, my sweetheart? You take good care of him. I know you will.
Jack: So... how am I doing?
Sharon: Great. Um... okay, well, not so great.
Ben: Not great at all.
Jack: That bad, huh?
Ben: Could be worse.
Jack: Oh, well, that's encouraging.
John: Well, what did you expect? Balloons and piñata? This is an ethics committee meeting, not a birthday party.
Sharon: You brought that tape? Wait a minute, I thought--
Ben: Before I handed it over to Detective Sullivan, I made a backup. When things get rough, it's time to change the subject.
Jack: Honey, if the ethics committee hears that Victor forced Ji Min--
Sharon: Jack, you promised.
Jack: I know.
Ben: It may be the only way you get out of here with your senate seat.
Jack: The police have the tape right now?
Jack: Okay, it's in their hands.
Ben: Your call. Against counsel. I'll call the police, check in, see what they're up to.
John: Oh, Jackie, Jackie, your wife is an ace. If it wasn't for her, you would've leaked it.
Jack: Thank you for staying.
Ben: Detective Sullivan? Ben Hollander.
Maggie: What can I do for you?
Ben: Just checking in. I gave you a very important piece of evidence.
Maggie: Gave me potentially important evidence. And, uh, we're examining it.
Ben: Well, you should be examining Victor Newman. Or at least making a statement that the department is broadening its investigation.
Maggie: Well, thanks for your input. Give my best to the Senator.
Paul: Jack's sidekick?
Maggie: Something like that.
Paul: Nice flea-flicker. Coach Lombardi in the sky would be proud.
Jack: Hey, any news?
Sharon: Well, maybe they're just waiting for the right moment.
Ben: For us, that would be now. Rock steady, Jack. I think we can ride this out.
John: Damn it, Jack! You're not here to ride this out. This is your last chance!
Jack: Stop it! Just stop-- stop telling me that, Ben. I'm totally in control.
Daniel: Hey. I just wanted to give you a heads up. I just saw Jill cozying up to the chairman. She and Gloria want to testify against you.
Cynthia: Senator Abbott, have you had any recent contact with law enforcement?
Ben: Head this off at the pass.
Jack: I am currently a suspect in an ongoing investigation, yes.
Jill: For killing my fiancé. Say it out loud.
Jack: I have neither been arrested nor indicted.
Cynthia: Yet you have tried to influence the course of the investigation. Play the recording, please.
Alex: Yes, Ma'am.
Jack: It won't be necessary.
Ben's voice: Well, maybe you can tell me this. When are you going to clear Senator Abbott? We all know he didn't do it. We'd like a statement confirming that.
Maggie's voice: Is our homicide investigation conflicting with your boss's schedule?
Ben's voice: Are the clues pointing to Victor Newman as the killer conflicting with yours? Because if they're not, why haven't you followed up on them?
Cynthia: Can you identify the voices on that recording?
Jack: The male voice is my chief of staff, Ben Hollander. The female voice is a detective with the Genoa City P.D. her name is Maggie Sullivan.
Cynthia: Would you agree, Sir, that it might appear as if your chief of staff were trying to use your office to influence an ongoing investigation?
Jack: I resent the implication. Ji Min Kim was a friend of mine. An associate with whom I saved my family's company. All I wanna see is the crime solved.
Cynthia: Or to direct the heat away from yourself. That's all for now.
Ben: Never lose your temper like that again.
Tommy: We'll take a brief recess and come back for our next witnesses-- the C.E.O. of Jabot Cosmetics and a company employee.
Jack: I look forward to it.
(Cell phone ringing)
Daniel: Hey, Mom.
Phyllis: Hey. Where are you?
Daniel: I'm at the hearing. We're in recess.
Phyllis: How's Jack?
Daniel: Scrambling. The senate counsel's kicking his butt. About to go in there for round three.
Phyllis: Amazing. Hypocritical grandstanding.
Daniel: Yeah, tell me about it.
Phyllis: Well, tell him we're pulling for him. I'll call you later, all right? What?
Nick: They just switched the baby to a high frequency ventilator.
Phyllis: What does that mean?
Nick: The doctor said it'll... get more oxygen to the baby. Man, I thought Noah was little when he was born, but this...
Phyllis: He's little. Hey, um, listen, I was-- I was gonna take Summer home and--and make something to eat. Or maybe I could pick up something at the club. 'Cause you need to eat. Okay?
Phyllis: And you know what? Let's do this... let's go home. Let's go home and, um... rent a movie?
Nick: No. No.
Phyllis: Yeah, something-- something we can laugh-- a comedy or something. You need-- you need to go home, Nick. Just for a couple hours, at least. Victoria's not gonna think you're a bad brother for doing it. All right?
Phyllis: Yeah. Listen, Babies-- they're resilient. They're tougher than they look. Even this one.
Nick: Is that true? Or are people just supposed to say that?
Phyllis: It's true.
Kevin: Here to apply for the night manager gig?
Lauren: Oh, if only I had the time. No, I came here to talk to you.
Kevin: I gotta get back to the office.
Lauren: For a few minutes.
Lauren: Thank you.
Lauren: Okay. So you saw Jana?
Kevin: And, uh... she wants to marry me.
Lauren: She said yes?
Kevin: Well, she said no.
Lauren: Huh? Okay, I'm lost.
Kevin: She wants to say yes. She's just, um... she's just worried she's not gonna get out of prison.
Lauren: Well, that's reasonable.
Kevin: If Michael was in prison, and you knew he wasn't responsible for it, what would you do? Divorce him?
Lauren: Kevin... let's just keep our eye on the ball here. Let's remember everything that you've done in the name of love.
Kevin: If I had to do it all over again to get Jana back, I would do exactly the same thing.
Jack: Any luck with the chairman?
Ben: Negative. The Gloria and Jill show is about to begin.
Jack: Oh, put your crash helmets on.
Ben: You know what? Let me at least go try to limit their time. Excuse me.
John: Well, nice weather we're having, huh?
Jack: Very funny.
John: No, seriously, I miss weather.
Jack: Dad, not that I don't love seeing you here, but this would be a whole lot less complicated without you around.
John: That's exactly why I came.
Ben: No luck, Jack. And Gloria's up first.
John: Coming, Jackie?
Jack: I'd love to be in there.
Ben: Not protocol.
Sharon: Hey. I checked in with Noah. He's fine.
Jack: Oh, thanks.
Daniel: Are they gonna let Jill and Gloria testify?
Cynthia: State your name for the record.
Gloria: I am Gloria Abbott Bardwell.
Cynthia: You asked to speak today.
Gloria: I did. I am Vice President of Creative Affairs at Jabot, and I was also married to the Senator's late father, who founded the company. John Abbott was a decent, truly ethical man. And I was with the company when he still owned it and Jack was forced to resign. When Senator Abbott bought the company again-- illegally-- he put every single one of those employees at risk, and that includes his father's lifelong friend, Katherine Chancellor. And he has the gall to sit here and say he did it out of love for his family? We all know it was just one more self-serving act. And I swear to each and every one of you here today, that John Abbott would never condone what his son did.
Kevin: I found 20 cases about patients with brain tumors like Jana's-- where the patient's exhibited, um, anti-social behavior.
Kevin: Okay, fine. Uh, criminal. In 19 out of the 20 cases-- after the surgery-- the patient was fine.
Lauren: And you know what? This is great. All this research is wonderful, but what if she's number 20?
Kevin: Number 20 had a recurrence of the tumor. Jana won't.
Michael: Oh, well, then by all means, set the wedding date.
Kevin: I appreciate your efforts. I know that you guys love me, care about me, I get it.
Michael: Little brother, let me describe to you how the insanity defense works in our fair state. It doesn't. The trial will be bifurcated. Jana will have to stand trial for murder without any consideration of her mental state.
Lauren: And she's already admitted that she's guilty.
Michael: And only after she is convicted of murder can she plead insanity, and good luck getting a jury to buy that. The odds of a jury believing her--
Kevin: Oh, the odds? The odds? What--what, are we talking about a weekend in Vegas? I could care less about the odds.
Michael: Look, Kevin, I understand love is blind. And in your case, it also appears to be deaf, but please don't add dumb to that list.
Kevin: Okay, I'm done listening!
Michael: Stop this. It's ruining your life and your future and now we're talking to the door.
Lauren: Kevin! What...
Maggie: You've confirmed that with the families? The voices are authentic? Okay. Thank you.
Paul: Crime lab?
Paul: Not gonna tell me any more?
Maggie: Well, I've told you too much already. And you know, that seems to happen a lot with you.
Paul: Okay, family?
Paul: Authentic voices?
Paul: Sounds like the tape from Ben what's-his-name.
Maggie: Ben Hollander. Yeah, the chain of custody checks out. That means there's only one thing left to do. If I want a search warrant.
Paul: Talk to Victor Newman? Bad time for that.
Maggie: There's really not a good time.
Paul: Do what you gotta do.
Jill: I was an executive at Jabot when Senator Abbott was asked to resign. And I work very closely with my mother who owned the company at that time. Now the termination contract was very clear-- Senator Abbott was to have nothing to do with Jabot.
Cynthia: When he made his deal with Mr. Kim--
Jill: A man who may very well have died because of his involvement with Senator Abbott. But I'm here today only as an officer of Jabot, not because of my personal involvement with Mr. Kim.
Jack: Can I object?
Jill: Senator Abbott's intent was very clear-- to show those of us who remained that he was more powerful than we were. And his actions were even more clear-- to gain control of the company. These actions, by the way, left my mother and I open to an avalanche of investigations and lawsuits that make these proceedings here today look like a walk in the park. It's wrong. Okay, it's just--it's wrong. It's wrong for the senate, for the district, for the state of Wisconsin. This man in the legislature is a travesty.
Tommy: Thank you, Ms. Abbott. We're adjourned.
Sharon: Oh, go away, Gloria.
Gloria: I so enjoyed the opportunity to contribute to the legislative process.
Daniel: Was it that bad?
Sharon: All right, let's get out of here. It's over.
Daniel: Uh, I just checked with the office. We've been bombarded with calls and e-mails all day long.
Jack: Well, some people must be supporting me, huh?
Daniel: It's nine to one. Against you.
Lauren: Maybe his friends could help us.
Michael: Uh-huh. Yeah, us-- we who know and love you, Kevin, believe that you're addicted to Jana, and she is ruining your life. And then it would be, Kevin--bite me.
Lauren: Mmm. Honey.
Kevin: Um... I would like for both of you to know that... I'm not angry.
Kevin: I thought a lot about what you had to say.
Kevin: And you're right. Jana deserves to be free, but the odds of that happening aren't great.
Michael: Well said.
Kevin: Which is why I would like for you to know something else. One way or another, it is going to happen. Even if I have to break Jana out of prison myself. Enjoy your muffins.
Lauren: Wait! He's serious.
Michael: Yeah. That would be serious. Big problem.
Maggie: Mr. Newman?
Maggie: How is your daughter, Sir?
Victor: You came here to ask me that?
Maggie: And the baby? I heard on the news that she, uh, she had a baby boy.
Victor: If you heard it on the news, then why the hell did you come here to ask me that question?
Maggie: I realize this isn't the time, Sir.
Victor: Nor the place.
Maggie: Nor the place.
Maggie: But, uh... I still have official police business to do, and I'm afraid I'm gonna have to ask you some questions.
Victor: Let me tell you something. I could have you demoted to a desk job or teaching bicycle safety at a public school in no time at all.
Maggie: Would still have to ask you these questions eventually.
Victor: And I'm asking you to leave here right now.
Maggie: Absolutely, Sir. My prayers are with you and your family. We'll talk soon.
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