Y&R Transcript Wednesday 12/9/09

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 12/9/09 -- Canada; Thursday 12/10/09 -- U.S.A.


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Kay: Well, what's it gonna be? Now make up your mind. I don't have all day.

Murphy: You're gonna regret doin' that, Toots.

Kay: Well, we will see who is sorry.

Murphy: Gin. (Chuckles)

Kay: Oh, God. You're unbeatable today. (Sighs)

Murphy: Oh, it's not me-- it's you. Your head's just not in the game. I mean, selling a piece of Chancellor Industries has you all jittery.

Kay: I'm just not convinced that I'm doing the right thing.

Murphy: You worried that the, uh, stock is gonna tank?

Kay: Au contraire. I'm afraid the stock is going to do too well.

Murphy: (Chuckles) Well, everybody should be that lucky.

Kay: No, listen to me. The more people who buy in, the more shareholders I have to answer to.

Murphy: And Katherine Chancellor doesn't answer to anyone.

Kay: (Stammers) I would have more time for us if--when I, um, you know, turn over some of the reins.

Murphy: That's what's really bothering you, isn't it? The idea that-- that you've reached the top and--

Kay: Nowhere but downhill after this? Well, uh, mm.

Murphy: (Laughs) The--the way you live your life? Not a chance.

Kay: Murphy, I am paving the way to leave.

Murphy: You don't have to do that. I mean, you can sit in that captain's chair till the day you drop.

Kay: I know that. I just need to do this for Jill, make sure the company is in the right place, the best possible place, when-- when she takes over. I-I just-- it's harder than I thought it would be.

Jill: You talk to your people, I'll talk to my people, and we'll touch base next week. Oh, not this trip. I wanted to get some Christmas shopping done while I'm here in New York. Okay, next time. (Sighs) Bartender?

Tucker: What can I get for you, Darlin'?

Jill: Well, now, that depends on what you have. Make a suggestion.

Tucker: Are you willing to take a risk?

Jill: (Chuckles) Are we still talking drinks?

Tucker: You just put yourself in my hands. I've got something that'll make you very happy.

Phyllis: Please tell me you have good news.

Paul: Well, I can't be sure yet if it's significant.

Phyllis: Okay, but it's a lead of some kind. It's something, right?

Paul: Phyllis, I have scoured every surveillance camera around the area of the crime scene, and these were taken behind a gas station. They're all time-coded just after the shooting...

Phyllis: Okay.

Paul: All right? You can see the sedan coming down the alleyway...

Phyllis: Right.

Paul: Pulling up next to the dumpster...

Phyllis: Right.

Paul: The driver was wearing a ski mask and talking on the phone.

Phyllis: Th-this is the person that-- that Daniel was talking about a-all in black in the alley, the way that Daniel described him.

Paul: Okay, he got out of the car...

Phyllis: (Sighs)

Paul: With a cap on.

Phyllis: This is amazing. This is the murderer. This is the murderer. This proves that Daniel wasn't lying. This is the murderer-- the--the--the third man in the alley with the ski mask. Thi--this is-- this is the break we need.

Deacon: Okay, then, so we're clear? You'll be hearing from me.

Amber: Bet you got more friends in here than you do on the outside.

Deacon: You know what? Um, I'm gonna let that pass. Because I can only imagine how difficult it must be to have a husband in jail.

Amber: We're gonna find proof that Daniel's innocent...

Deacon: Really?

Amber: And when we do, you will be the one behind bars.

Deacon: Yeah, I don't know. Something tells me that Danny may be in here for the long haul. But, you know, when you-- when you get lonely, which I know you will, 'cause I know you hate to be alone, you call me. I'll be waiting.

(Knock on door)

Deacon: Guard.

Daniel: Was that Deacon?

Amber: Yeah, he was talking to that guy over there. I hate that you're in here and he's free.

Daniel: Look, forget about Deacon. Now that we're married, he can't touch you anymore.

(Keyboard keys clicking)

Victoria: We need to talk.

J.T.: Talking hasn't gotten us anywhere.

Victoria: J.T., please.

J.T.: Look, I need to be in shape for these meetings...

Victoria: I hate this!

J.T.: Okay? I just can't deal with this situation right now.

Victoria: "The situation." "The situation." "The situation," meaning my affair, right?

J.T.: Your affair. Your affair. The re--your resentment of me and my new career while yours is stuck in limbo-- yeah.

Victoria: No, I don't resent you.

J.T.: Look, the next two days are important to me, okay? I gotta be on top of my game. I just--can you respect that and wait till this weekend, please?

Victoria: (Sighs)

Billy: Get a hold of Chloe on set and tell her to hold everything. I really need her input. So what-- to what do I owe this pleasure?

Heather: I'm here on official business. You published confidential grand jury testimony on your web site.

Billy: So?

Heather: So whoever leaked that broke the law, and so did you. But I am willing to overlook it if you name your source.

Billy: I'm pretty sure the first amendment protects me as long as I print the truth, so...

Heather: Was it a juror? Okay, look, if you refuse to reveal your informant--

Billy: All right, stop. You are not even thinking about charging me with a crime.

Murphy: Yeah, this meeting with Tucker McCall could be the most important one of your life.

Kay: Well, my dear, every move he makes is golden. I mean, he's as shrewd as can be.

Murphy: Well, my wife is a pretty tough cookie. I mean, she can take him.

Kay: Murphy, he sneezes in the direction of any company, and that company's stock just goes up.

Murphy: Yeah, but-- but that's good for Chancellor, no?

Kay: Darling, Chancellor is family-owned, and I can't help but wonder if letting him in the mix is such a good idea. Am I saddling Jill with a shark named Tucker McCall?

Tucker: Spanish coffee.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Tucker: It'll curl your toes and cloud your brain. Careful now-- it does have a kick.

Jill: Have we ever met before? You look very familiar to me.

Tucker: I get that all the time.

Jill: Your boss lets you sit with the customers?

Tucker: I pretty much have the run of the place. Why? You want me to go?

Jill: That depends on how good this is. (Chuckles) You can stay. So what's your name?

Tucker: People call me "Mick."

Jill: Hi, Mick. I'm Jill.

Tucker: Nice to meet you, Jill.

Jill: (Chuckles) Do you always flirt so shamelessly with the women who come into your bar?

Tucker: Only the beautiful ones.

Jill: You're very good at your job.

Tucker: I'm good at reading people. It helps in my line of work.

Jill: Think you can read me?

Tucker: You're a successful businesswoman, but you didn't come from money. You're a fighter. You've struggled. You know what it's like to live paycheck to paycheck. That's why you appreciate what you have now.

Jill: Wow, you're good. I wonder if I could guess your story.

Tucker: Give it a shot.

Jill: Okay. Okay. You haven't always been a bartender. You like to travel around a lot. You're very adventurous. You're not the kind of man who likes to be pinned down nine-to-five. New York-- it's a nice place to visit-- not your home.

Tucker: No, it isn’t.

Jill: There's a deep sadness in you-- some great loss that you've suffered. You've never completely gotten over it. Oh, wow, I'm so sorry. I didn't--I didn't mean to get serious like that.

Tucker: (Chuckles) No. No need to apologize. You described me to a tee.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Victoria: You know, if you wanted to make time for us, you could.

J.T.: Look, you know better than anyone what it's like to be up against a deadline, all right? This job is a big opportunity for me. I don't want to blow it.

Victoria: How would you feel if I went to Dubai for a couple of weeks? There's a deal that Nick wants me to handle for Newman, and, um, maybe it would do us some good to have time apart.

J.T.: Time apart isn't the answer. Just let me get through the next few days, and we can deal with this together, okay?

(Knock on door)

Billy: I come in peace.

J.T.: Oh, get the hell out.

Victoria: Hold on. Just--you're not helping things, all right? What do you want?

Billy: I made a mistake when I published that article about your, uh, transgression. It was a rookie error. I'm sorry you fell victim to my inexperience.

Victoria: You know, it's a little late for apologies, I think.

Billy: I should have called you first, given you a chance to tell your side of the story.

J.T.: Oh, so you're not sorry you published the article?

Billy: Not in the least. But in all fairness, I should have given Victoria the opportunity to give her side, so... I'm here to do that now.

Victoria: Why? So you can just write more trash about me? You know, you have some nerve.

Billy: (Sighs)

Victoria: You really do.

Billy: I tried.

Phyllis: Oh, my God. This has to be the man that Daniel was talking about-- the person in the alley. It has to be.

Paul: Okay. Then he took the ski mask and the phone, put it in a gym bag and tossed it all in the dumpster.

Phyllis: Do we have a picture of the face?

Paul: No, it was an older surveillance camera. It only took an image every five seconds.

Phyllis: What else do you have?

Paul: Well...

Phyllis: All right, so the gym bag...

Paul: Yeah.

Phyllis: What about that logo?

Paul: Well, I'm running that logo through recognition software, but I haven't come up with anything yet. Then he got back in the car and drove away.

Phyllis: This is incredible. So the police-- they didn't have any of this?

Paul: No. To be quite honest with you, it took a hell of a lot of legwork, so maybe they just thought that, uh, they had their man. They didn't want to expend the extra man-hours, and, uh, case closed.

Phyllis: The case is not closed. It's not closed. With this, they have to investigate now.

Paul: Well, if it were me, I-I think they should.

Phyllis: "Should"? Wait a se-- what do you mean, "Should"? Who drives around at night with a ski mask in June?

Paul: Well, okay, Phyllis, I'm also looking into the possibility of other robberies that night, of people wearing ski masks.

Phyllis: Listen, Paul, I really appreciate you pressuring Heather into opening up this case file. I'll never forget what you did for me. I will never forget it.

Paul: No problem. Daniel's a good kid. Do you want me to, uh, walk those over to the D.A.'s office?

Phyllis: No, no, no. I-I'm gonna take care of it. I'm gonna take care of it. They have to agree that this changes everything.

(Telephone rings)

Kay: (Clears throat) Yes? Hello?

Jill: I met with the lawyers.

Kay: Oh, how'd it go?

Jill: Very well. So how do things stand with the I.P.O.?

Kay: Well, I have to admit, I am feeling some ambivalence towards turning part of my company over to strangers.

Jill: Katherine, you have control over who's invited in, at least initially.

Kay: I'm not convinced that Tucker McCall is a wise choice. Maybe we should just, you know... (Sighs) Keep our offer to people we know.

Jill: Well, you'll meet him tomorrow, and then just trust your judgment.

Kay: I'm curious to see what you think of him.

Jill: Yeah, we'll see.

Kay: All right. You have a safe flight home, Darling.

Jill: I will. Thanks, Katherine.

Tucker: Business?

Jill: Just the biggest deal of my career.

Tucker: (Chuckles) Anything you could tip me off to?

Jill: Are we talking insider trading?

Tucker: Easy on the reins. I'm a straight shooter, Darlin'.

Jill: (Chuckles) Okay, it is a stock deal, okay? But it won't be made public right away. We're offering an I.P.O. -- that's an initial public offering-- by invitation only. See, we're hoping to raise enough venture capital th-- oh, Lord, I'm boring you to tears, aren't I?

Tucker: No, no, not at all. I find it fascinating.

J.T.: Lay off Victoria.

Billy: Calm down. It's nothing personal.

J.T.: No, you've been gunning for the Newman’s with all that trash you've been writin'.

Billy: Good stories sell magazines. Readers like to know even when the high and mighty Newman’s have flaws.

J.T.: But you don't give a damn who you hurt, do you?

Billy: I'm just a journalist, man. I write what I see.

J.T.: (Chuckles) No, you're not a journalist. You're an opportunist.

Billy: Yeah, see, I am not the pretender here. Now you can put on that expensive handmade suit-- and it does look good-- but you're not foolin' anybody, especially Victoria, because at the end of the day, you're just a security guard, Buddy.

J.T.: You're not worth this. (Chuckles)

J.T.: Yeah, it's J.T. I need you to throw out a trespasser.

Billy: (Chuckles)

Victoria: I want to know what you plan to do about Billy Abbott.

Owen: Mrs. Hellstrom.

Victoria: He published grand jury testimony that was supposed to remain confidential.

Owen: (Sighs) I'm well aware.

Heather: I questioned Billy, and he refused to name his source.

Victoria: Does that mean you won't follow up?

Heather: Well, freedom of the press makes it difficult.

Victoria: So you're just gonna drop it then?

Owen: Look, we need to make a swift example of anyone who leaks grand jury testimony.

Victoria: (Sighs) Thank you.

Amber: That's the third guy. Daniel's innocent. With the--this is-- this is proof!

Phyllis: Well, it raises reasonable doubt.

Amber: (Sighs) You know, I went to see him earlier, and he was so low. He needs to know about this. I'm gonna go back, and I'm gonna cheer him up.

Phyllis: Tell him not to give up.

Amber: I will. I will. (Chuckles)

Deacon: Well, we meet again.

Amber: (Sighs)

Deacon: You lonely yet?

Amber: Not for long.

Deacon: She looked happy.

Phyllis: (Clears throat) I want to talk to you. What do you know about these?

Deacon: Um, what are they?

Phyllis: They're surveillance photos taken the night of Elkins' murder.

Deacon: It's got nothing to do with me.

Phyllis: It has everything to do with you. How dare you just sit back and say nothing and let my son take the rap for this? How dare you plead the fifth?

Deacon: Well, so much for the sanctity of a closed hearing.

Phyllis: You're gonna be really sorry you started this.

Phyllis: Heather. (Sighs) Heather.

Heather: What is it now?

Phyllis: Right here-- surveillance photos taken the night of the murder. Look at that. Your father found them. A person in a ski mask wearing black, just like Daniel said.

Heather: Those photos are useless.

Tucker: People are never boring when they're passionate about what they do. This deal excites you. Your eyes are sparkling.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Tucker: (Chuckles) When you do what you love, it's always inspirational.

Jill: Are you loving what you're doing?

Tucker: I know the price of every bottle of booze on those shelves. I know how much I charge per drink. I know how much money this bar makes every day-- that's the math. What's intriguing is the fact that people can buy a bottle of booze for 20 bucks, yet they come in here. They spend $200, $300, one glass at a time for the same amount of pours, just so they can sit and talk to someone.

Jill: Hmm.

Tucker: I'll tell you a little secret-- we're not in the business of selling booze here.

Jill: You're not?

Tucker: We're sellin' a cure for loneliness.

Jill: (Chuckles) I never thought of it that way before, but you're right.

Tucker: Of course I'm right. Now you tell me more about this fascinating work you do.

(Cell phone rings)

Jill: Mm, don't go anywhere. Hello?

Paul: Jill, its Paul. I've got some good news. I found some microfilm in the hall of records, and it looks like Katherine’s baby was placed somewhere in Ohio.

Jill: "Somewhere"?

Paul: Right. I'm headed down there now. I, uh, am hoping to pick up on a-a trail of some kind.

Jill: I want to be able to give Katherine good news by Christmas.

Paul: Well, it could be the break we need, or it could be a dead end. I really can't go any further without talking to family members. You know, the smallest little memory could turn into a very important lead.

Jill: All right, just as long as Katherine is not alerted.

Paul: All right, don't worry about it. I will be very discreet.

Jill: Okay. Call me when you get to Ohio.

Paul: All right, will do.

Jill: (Chuckles) Now where were we?

Tucker: You were about to fascinate me.

Jill: Ah.

(Puts cell phone down)

Murphy: (Chuckles)

Paul: Hey, Murph.

Murphy: Paul, what's shakin'?

Paul: Perfect timing. Do, uh, do you have a few?

Murphy: Oh, I'm just pickin' up some food for me and the missus.

Paul: Okay.

Murphy: What's-- what's on your mind?

Paul: Um, well, could we keep this between us? I-I-I really don't want Katherine to know about it.

Daniel: Surveillance photos from behind the gas station?

Amber: Mm, we found proof.

Daniel: How does that prove that the guy in the ski mask was in the alley with me?

Amber: Because it fits your description exactly. And your mom is gonna talk to the D.A.'s office, and maybe you can make bail.

Daniel: (Sighs)

Amber: (Chuckles)

Daniel: That's good. That's--that's great. I'd do just about anything to get out of this place. (Chuckles)

Amber: (Sighs)

Daniel: Leave it to Mom to make things happen.

Phyllis: Heather, are-- are you--are you kidding me? (Scoffs) Are you blind? I mean, look. That person right there matches Daniel's description of the third man in the alley identically. Look at that.

Heather: Okay.

Phyllis: Look at that right there.

Heather: Yes, I see, but there is nothing tying that person to the crime, and the gym bag in the dumpster could have been filled with anything. We'll never know, because it's been hauled away to a county landfill somewhere.

Phyllis: Okay, but-- but you can investigate. You can investigate because of these.

Heather: (Sighs) I have a solid case against Daniel-- evidence against him. He has motivation, opportunity, fingerprints on the murder weapon.

Phyllis: You know, I-I-- I hope none of your loved ones ever have to face prison for a crime they didn't commit.

Heather: Look, I know that you think I'm being a bitch, okay? But if I go back and ask the D.A.'s office to spend their time and money investigating this so-called lead, I promise you, they'll laugh in my face.

Phyllis: You can fight them. You can fight them.

Heather: If--if I thought that Daniel was innocent-- unfortunately, I'm sure the right person is going to jail for the crime.

Phyllis: Oh, okay, yeah. I bet--yeah, I bet you're sure. I bet you are. You know what? You're insane. You're wrong, and I'm gonna prove it.

Deacon: Yeah, yeah, it's me. Uh, you remember that little message we discussed? Why, I think it's time we deliver it now. All right.

Paul: Jill hired me to look for Katherine’s daughter.

Murphy: Ahh. Now when--when did that happen?

Paul: A few weeks ago.

Murphy: It now makes sense why you and Jill were so lovey-dovey. Uh, it--it was your cover.

Paul: (Chuckles)

Murphy: You know, I never did think that you and Jill could be together.

Paul: Well, Jill doesn't want Katherine to find out about it until we have something, so I am hoping I can count on your discretion.

Murphy: Hey, mum's the word.

Paul: I was thinking that, uh, you being relatively new in Katherine’s life, you would be the perfect person to ask her about that time. You can ask her a few questions, see if you can jog her memory-- you know, with a little finesse.

Murphy: Uh-huh, me tactful? That would be a first.

Paul: (Laughs) Well, you can see if she remembers anything.

Murphy: But what if you never find Katherine’s daughter? Or worse, what if she's had a-a tragic life that could have been prevented if Katherine didn't give her up? I mean, it would tear her apart.

Paul: Will you think about it?

Murphy: Yeah. Yeah, I will.

Paul: All right, thanks, Murph.

Murphy: Yeah.

Paul: Good to see you.

Murphy: I'll see you, Paul.

Paul: All right. Take care.

J.T.: Hey.

Murphy: Hey, J.T.

J.T.: How you doing?

Murphy: Oh, you're lookin' sharp.

J.T.: Well, thank you, Sir. Appreciate it.

Murphy: Okay.

Paul: There you are.

J.T.: Paul.

Paul: Never thought I'd see you wearing a suit again.

J.T.: Well, that makes two of us.

Billy: Hey.

Murphy: Hey, Billy, how you doing?

Billy: I'm good, man. How are you?

Murphy: (Chuckles) Good.

Billy: Hey, you know what? Who does this guy think he is? I think I'm gonna--

Murphy: No, no, no, no, no, no. Why don't you and I have a cup of coffee? Come on.

Billy: Yeah, all right. Fine, a cup of coffee.

Murphy: Yeah.

Paul: So it looks like you were pretty smart taking that job.

J.T.: Oh, you know...

Paul: Let me tell you, it's not just the suit that looks impressive. It's the way you wear it.

J.T.: Well, uh, this job has been good in a lot of ways. I mean, I'm-- I'm doing things I never would have at Newman.

Paul: I always thought you underestimated yourself. I'm proud of you.

J.T.: Yeah, well, I wish Victoria felt that way.

Paul: What, is she having a hard time?

J.T.: Well, let's just say this, uh, this job has been a good career move, but it hasn't been too good on my marriage.

Billy: Go ahead, Murphy. Rip into me about the Victoria article. Just join the club, man.

Murphy: Now why, uh, why would I do that? I don't know the first thing about running a magazine. But I do know you, and I know you've been better.

Billy: (Clears throat) So you're disappointed?

Murphy: Billy, I'm not the one to judge you. You are. So ask yourself this one question-- "Am I proud of what I'm doing?" Because at the end of the day, all the success in the world doesn't mean squat if you're not proud of who you are. Thank you. You know, I wa-- I was raised with old-fashioned values, and one of the things my father taught me was... don't hurt a lady.

Billy: (Coughs) (Coughs) (Sighs)

Kay: So, uh, let me get this straight-- you and Nicholas are joining forces.

Victoria: Yes, Nicholas and I will be buying Chancellor stock using money from our trusts.

Kay: Well, can't you run it through the company?

Victoria: No, because, um, well, I'm just, um, I'm just laying low-- keeping a very low profile.

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: (Sighs)

Kay: Victoria, I know you've been having a very difficult time. You do know that you can talk to me about anything.

Victoria: Thanks. I've tried calling my mom, but it's--it's kind of difficult to get a hold of her right now...

Kay: All right.

Victoria: With the time difference, and, you know, Katherine, I really could use some advice.

Kay: Uh, well, all right. All right, let's just put business aside and--and talk about what's important.

Victoria: I wish my husband felt the same way. You know, Katherine, it's like ever since he got this new job, I don't know. His priorities have changed, a-and I-I ju-- (Sighs) We've been arguing for months.

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: I try to talk to him. I try to find common ground, but he either explodes at me or--or he needs to leave. And that-- (Sighs) I mean, I just don't know how to break the cycle, Katherine.

Kay: Just because you're ready to deal with things, uh, J.T. isn’t. Darling, he's got to find his own way. And the only control in this situation, the only control you have over anything is yourself.

Victoria: You sound like my mother.

Kay: (Chuckles) Well, we learned the hard way-- truly, the hard way. All right, so what, um, what can you do to make your life better?

Victoria: Get a job. (Chuckles)

Kay: Well, what's stopping you?

Victoria: (Sighs) Well, Newman's off-limits, unless I want to work in Dubai. It might be good to get away for a while.

Kay: Mm-hmm. However, there is another option.

Victoria: Which is?

Kay: Neil mentioned it before, and I think it's a wonderful, wonderful idea. Come to work for me at Chancellor.

Victoria: Well, I am honored that you would ask me to work at Chancellor.

Kay: It may not solve all your problems, and, well, you'd be doing the kind of work that you love, and it would be giving you breathing room from J.T.

J.T.: We've talked about taking a break from each other.

Paul: Okay. Well, you know, there's nothing wrong with that.

J.T.: Victoria's considering working for Newman, uh, in Dubai.

Victoria: Taking a breather might actually be a good idea. That's why Nicholas. suggested that I work overseas for Newman.

Kay: Well, what about Reed? Isn't he in school?

Victoria: Well, yeah. I'll just-- I'll take him with me. We'd only be gone a couple of months, tops.

J.T.: And I don't like the idea of her taking Reed away for so long. You know, when Victoria and I both worked at Newman, it was, uh, it was great, you know? We saw each other all the time, but now it's, uh, it's a mess.

Kay: How does J.T. feel about that?

Victoria: He doesn't want me to go.

Kay: Well, I would be thrilled to have you work at Chancellor.

Victoria: I think no matter where I work, it's not gonna change things with J.T.

Kay: I see. So your careers are not really the problem.

Paul: But something has changed dramatically between the two of you, and it--it keeps-- it keep raising its ugly head.

J.T.: Are you talking about Billy's online piece?

Paul: It can't be easy having your wife's infidelity plastered all over the internet.

Victoria: Just imagine if millions of people read about your indiscretions.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Victoria: Oh, what am I talking about? (Chuckles) They already have, haven't they?

Kay: Well, yes, but, uh, my book came out long after I made those mistakes. And it really does. It takes the sting out of it.

Victoria: You know, my affair almost destroyed my marriage. Having it made so public...

Kay: Well, that must be very difficult. As much as J.T. loves you, he has to be struggling.

Victoria: Katherine, I'm worried that we're past the point of no return, and I just don't know if he's gonna be able to trust me again ever.

J.T.: Victoria and I have talked about the affair. I've forgiven her, and we're moving past it.

Paul: You don't really believe it's that simple, though, do you? It's not easy to recover from that kind of betrayal, on both sides. Trust me, I have been there. I'm sure Victoria feels guilty. And I would be very surprised to find out that you are-- are able to completely let it go and--and trust her completely.

Kay: Victoria, it's gonna take time before J.T. can trust you again. But the question is, can you hang in there? I mean, can you just keep reaching out to the man and risk rejection?

J.T.: Maybe you're right. You know, I--maybe you're right. I mean, I've--I've been-- I've been trying to talk myself into--to moving past it, but I don't know. I don't know. Maybe I-I'll never be able to trust Victoria completely again.

Amber: (Chuckles) (Sighs)

Phyllis: Did you see Daniel?

Amber: Yes, he got so excited when I told him about the photos. So what did Heather say when you showed 'em to her?

Phyllis: Oh, um... (Raises voice) The incompetent assistant D.A. who's sitting in the patio... (Normal voice) Said they were useless, yeah.

Amber: No, no, no. That's the best lead we've had.

Phyllis: Unless there's a direct connection to the person in the photos and the crime scene, they're useless in the case.

Amber: I'm gonna kill her.

Phyllis: No, no. Assaulting an officer of the court is not a good idea. It's not gonna help Daniel.

Paul: (Sighs) Got your message. What's up?

Heather: Mm. Just once I wish you weren't so good at your job.

Paul: Uh, so Phyllis showed you the surveillance photos?

Heather: You could have warned me.

Paul: (Sighs) Check your phone. (Sighs)

Heather: Oh. Well, okay, fine. But Phyllis is delusional if she thinks those surveillance photos are gonna prove Daniel's innocence. Would you please talk some sense into that woman?

Paul: (Sighs) She's fighting for her son. I would do the same thing for you.

Heather: Yeah, but there's no connection between some random stranger tossing a gym bag into a dumpster and a crime scene.

Phyllis: You know it's up to us to find a connection.

Amber: How?

Phyllis: Why would somebody after committing a murder take time to toss a gym bag in the trash unless there was something incriminating inside of it?

Amber: So we go dumpster-diving and find the bag.

Phyllis: Yeah, by this time, you know it's in a landfill somewhere.

Amber: Well, I will tear apart that landfill to save Daniel.

Phyllis: So will I.

Amber: Mm-hmm.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Tucker: Leaving so soon?

Jill: Yes, I have to get back to Genoa City.

Tucker: Mm-hmm.

Jill: So what do I owe you?

Tucker: On the house.

Jill: Oh, come on.

Tucker: No, please. Your money is no good here.

Jill: Well, at least let me leave a tip.

Tucker: (Chuckles) Really, it's not necessary.

Jill: (Chuckles) Oh, trust me, you're gonna like that tip.

Murphy: Uh, I ran into Billy at the club.

Kay: Well, I wish that young man would straighten up.

Murphy: I gave him, uh, I gave him a good kick in the pants, for what it's worth.

Kay: Well, he's never going to change until he gets rid of his demons, and, um, you know, all we can do is be there for him when he needs us.

Murphy: Mm-hmm.

Kay: You know, you said something earlier to me about this meeting with, uh, Tucker McCall being the most important meeting of my life. And actually, I think the most important meeting of my life was on a riverbank October 29, year 20-08.

Murphy: That's the day I first set eyes on you. Hey, are you buttering me up so, uh, I'll let you win?

Kay: Don't need to. Gin!

Murphy: Okay.

Kay: (Laughs)

(Footsteps approach)

J.T.: Hey.

Victoria: Hey.

J.T.: How'd you know I was here?

Victoria: Um, you know when you got your flu shot? I had the doctor put a homing device in your brain. So I just... (Laughs)

J.T.: Hey, listen. You know, maybe-- maybe I have thrown myself a little too hard into work.

Victoria: You do what you need to do, and we'll deal with it, okay?

(Footsteps approach)

Billy: Hey, can I get a water?

J.T.: I'm gonna deal with Billy the way I should have earlier.

Victoria: No, hold on. Wait a second. I've already dealt with Billy. You see that guy at the end of the bar?

Billy: Thanks. (Clears throat)

Man: William Abbott?

Billy: Uh, yes, Sir.

Man: You've been served.

Billy: Oh, what the hell, man?

Man: It's about the, uh, leaked grand jury testimony.

Billy: Thank you. Mm-hmm.

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Mac: I just took a test to find out if I'm pregnant.

Billy: And, uh...

Mac: I find out this afternoon.

Judge: You will reveal your source, or I will find you in contempt.

Jill: I've been so looking forward to meeting you, Mr. McCa--

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