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Episode # 9703 ~ Sam Lashes Out at Adam
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Abby: I am so excited to be here.
Woman: This is the hub of Newman Enterprises, and I happen to be with pop celeb Abby Newman, who has just a little dish for us. Abby?
Abby: I just landed an epic gig. I, The Naked Heiress, am the new spokesmodel for Beauty of Nature.
Woman: Beauty of Nature is your dad's company, right?
Abby: Yes, and my sister Victoria is the supreme diva in charge.
Woman: So this is a major bitch slap at Jabot.
Abby: Um, how so?
Woman: You're gonna be fronting for an opposing mega cosmetics brand, basically dissing your mom...
Woman: And your Uncle Jack Abbott.
Abby: Uh, I adore my family, both sides of it, so there is absolutely no diss involved. It's just a little healthy competition, and The Naked Heiress is all about fierce female empowerment.
Woman: Okay, how does that mesh with the oh-so-conservative Beauty of Nature?
Abby: Well, with my sister running things, that mesh makes for ginormous success.
Woman: And controversy.
Abby: (Scoffs) Well, I hope so, controversy is hot! (Giggles)
Genevieve: Sounds like my kind of people.
Diane: So the headmaster picked you up at the airport? Good. And is Switzerland just as beautiful as it is in the pictures? (Laughs) I miss you. Now just remember, don't make any phone calls, okay? Okay. I'll see you soon. Just a couple days. I love you, too. Bye.
Diane: Thanks for meeting me.
Leslie: Yes. Did you give more thought to the lawsuit?
Diane: (Sighs) I want to go through with it.
Leslie: Even though you might be facing criminal charges?
Diane: This is important to me.
Leslie: But why? Why infuriate a very powerful man while you're trying to avoid prosecution?
Jack: Hey, I need a minute.
Diane: I'm in a meeting.
(Cell phone vibrates)
Leslie: You know what? Actually, I-I have to take this anyway, so it's fine.
Diane: What do you want, Jack?
Jack: Well, I was hoping you could tell me why I can't reach our son.
Victor: Come here.
Sharon: Victor, you shouldn't have come. I-I don't want you to see me like this. You know, I'm-- I'm trying to be strong.
Victor: I'm here to help you, okay?
(Door slams) (Footsteps approaching)
Sam: Sharon? (Sighs)
(Knock on door)
Adam: (Sighs) (As Scooby Doo) Ruh-roh. (Normal voice) You're making that angry Dad face again.
Victor: You're going to deal with what you have done to Sharon.
Sharon: Sam, I thought that you were--
Sam: I was. I was on my way back, and I ran into Victor. How you doing?
Sharon: Well, I could lie and say that I'm fine, but...
Sam: Will you talk to me?
Sharon: About how Adam tricked me into saying yes to his phony proposal? That's too embarrassing.
Sam: Well, Victor said Phyllis called it right in that "Restless Style" magazine.
Sharon: Yeah. Um... Adam did find proof that I didn't kill Skye.
Sam: He admitted it?
Sharon: Hardly, but he toyed with me enough to let me know that he could help me if he wanted to.
Sam: Wh-wh-what-- what do you mean, "If"?
Sharon: (Inhales sharply) (Sighs) I think that Adam would be very happy if I spent the rest of my life behind bars.
Victor: Where's the evidence?
Adam: What evidence? Oh. You must have spoken to Sharon, and you believed her. I thought you were smarter than that, Dad.
Victor: This is your one chance. Take it.
Adam: (Sniffs) She's lying to you. This whole, uh, theory being kicked about me suppressing proof that she's innocent-- it ain't true, but everyone's out there to make me to be the bad guy.
Victor: Because, Son, I regret to say you are. You made Sharon believe that you were about to marry her, didn't you?
Adam: She lied to me. She humiliated me. She just jumped into bed with the next guy she found.
Victor: I'm not here to discuss Sharon's actions.
Adam: No, you're here to jump on me anytime you find an opportunity.
Victor: You think you have a plan? You think you have a plan, don't you? It's gonna backfire on you.
Leslie: Diane, I'm sorry. I'm gonna have to run, okay, but it's clear you two have things you need to discuss, so...
Diane: I'll call you later.
Leslie: All right, I'll be in touch.
Jack: So where is Kyle?
Diane: What's so urgent?
Jack: Well, for starters, we have plans tonight.
Diane: Did you call him?
Jack: He's not answering his cell. Diane, where is he?
Diane: He... he's probably in class.
Jack: School's out.
Diane: Well, Kyle started a summer program to get a jump on next year-- algebra, honors English.
Jack: Whoa, whoa, why would-- why don't I know anything about this?
Diane: He didn't mention it to you?
Jack: You should have.
Diane: Oh, so I'm supposed to tell you about every little thing that Kyle does.
Jack: Uh, yeah. Yeah, particularly when I'm the guy that's paying for his education.
Diane: I'm footing the bill for this one, and I am so sick of you throwing that in my face.
Jack: Whoa, whoa. What are you talking about now?
Diane: I'm talking about how much you resent paying Kyle's tuition.
Jack: I never said anything like that.
Diane: And it ought to be more than okay with you, Jack, considering you were M.I.A. for the first ten years of his life.
Jack: Because you kept us apart. You are not going to undermine my relationship with my son, you hear me? Try, and you will regret it.
Abby: Okay, about the interview, I probably shouldn't have leaked anything without telling you first.
Victoria: (Sighs) Probably?
Abby: Okay, definitely. (Sighs) But come on. Victoria, merging "The Naked Heiress" with Beauty of Nature-- it's, like, genius.
Abby: And I--look, I was just afraid that if we didn't hit the press fast, Dad was gonna squash everything without even giving us a chance, and I need this, because my life has been tanking for, like, ever, and this could completely drag me out of the depths of "Naked Heiress, who?" God, I just need you to forgive me, okay, please?
Victoria: Abby. Abigail, I think what you did was brilliant.
Abby: You do?
Victoria: Dad hired me back to run Beauty of Nature, and honestly, this is exactly how I want to run it.
Abby: Oh, okay. Well, I am gonna let you take that meeting alone.
Victoria: There is no way that Dad will squash this...
Victoria: When he sees sales explode.
Woman: Ms. Newman, there's someone here to see you.
Genevieve: Hello. I'm Genevieve Atkinson.
Victoria: Oh. Victoria Newman.
Genevieve: Hello. Oh, and Abby-- what a pleasure to meet you.
Abby: (Laughs) I'm sorry. You know me?
Genevieve: Well, I think, after today, most of the nation knows you. You have a wonderful camera presence.
Abby: We are gonna need to sit down and talk.
Abby: I would love to have you as a guest on "The Naked Heiress."
Victoria: Ms. Atkinson, I'm sure that your time is valuable to you as ours is to us, so... how can we help you?
Genevieve: Well, I was hoping I could help you.
Victoria: What can we do for you, Mrs. Atkinson?
Genevieve: Oh, please, call me Genevieve. It's bad enough that my husband's reputation precedes mine. I prefer to ditch his last name when I'm among friends. (Laughs)
Victoria: Jill Abbott is my mother-in-law.
Genevieve: I won't hold that against you.
Genevieve: Shall we sit?
Victoria: Uh, why not?
Genevieve: I-I'll be quick.
Victoria: Of course.
Genevieve: Thank you.
Victoria: (Clears throat)
Genevieve: (Clears throat) Well, it's no secret that I plan to stay in town, and I'd like to be known for something, uh, a little more than... the wife of the Australian crime lord.
Abby: (Sighs) I can totally understand that. I--not "The wife of a crime lord part," but "The image makeover" part.
Genevieve: And I do have some experience in business, mostly in image consulting.
Victoria: Oh, at what company?
Genevieve: Uh-huh. I am married to the mob. So do you realize how many times I've had to spin my family's public perception? Anyway, as I was saying, I was watching Abby on television this morning, and her take on female empowerment and the complicated dynamics of family gave me an idea.
Abby: Wow, I am inspiring people already. (Giggles)
Genevieve: (Laughs) And all of these marketing ideas just kept flying into my head, and I don't know-- I just felt compelled to share them with you.
Victoria: So are you jockeying for a position at Newman?
Genevieve: No. No, no. Not at all. There's no agenda here. My ideas are my gift to you.
Diane: Keep your voice down.
Jack: Why don't I know that Kyle is in summer school?
Diane: Shoot me now. I forgot to tell you.
Jack: Why would you try to keep something like that from me?
Diane: (Sighs) Come on, Jack. It's not a conspiracy. I thought you knew. And I've been under a lot of stress with the annulment and the S.E.C. fiasco--
Jack: So, what, does he hate it?
Diane: No, why-- why would you even ask that?
Jack: I'm trying to figure out why he hasn't said a word about it to me.
Diane: What kid voluntarily talks about school?
Diane: What-- give me my phone back. What are you doing?
Jack: Call him now.
Diane: This is ridiculous.
Jack: I want to talk to my son. Get him on the phone now.
Sam: So he lets you get halfway through a wedding ceremony, and then he just... (Sighs)
Sharon: Yeah, well, the way he sees it is, I left him. While he was here grieving for me, I found you.
Sharon: Why did you come back?
Sam: Because you needed help, Sharon. And I know if it was reversed, I know you'd be there for me.
Sam: Well, there you go. How do we get you out of this mess?
Sharon: Well, for starters, Victor promised to get me better legal representation.
Sam: For the appeal? 'Cause that could take a while.
Sharon: Yeah. Well... (Sighs) What other option do I have?
Sam: Well, did you consider the D.A.'s deal? You could tell him Adam helped you escape.
Sharon: That's not gonna happen.
Sam: That in itself would get you back to Genoa City. You could spend more time with your kids. Look, if you're still sticking up for Adam--
Sharon: Sam, it's not that I won't do it. I can't. Adam dumped me at the altar, which means anything I say against him now, it just sounds like sour grapes.
Sam: Well, we'll see about that.
Sharon: After the way that I've treated you, um, that you would help me... thank you.
Sam: Yeah. Just hold tight, all right? I'm gonna make a phone call.
Sam: (Knocks on door)
Victor: Do you realize what you have done?
Adam: I found out who Sharon truly is.
Victor: You have robbed her daughter Faith twice of her mother. You're gonna pay for that, Son.
Adam: Does this face look worried to you at all?
Victor: Boy, you're really sick, aren't you? You have no conscience, do you? You have a plan in mind? So have I.
Diane: I don't want to disturb Kyle during class.
Jack: Dial. Get my son on the phone now.
Diane: No. You know what? I'm not gonna get in the middle of this. I'm sure that Kyle will return your call when he's good and ready.
Jack: No, you are not walking out of here. I caught you trying to slip out of town with my son before.
Diane: Is that why you're overreacting? Kyle doesn't tell you he's taking summer classes, and somehow that means I'm sneaking him out of town?
Jack: I want to see my son.
Diane: Sorry. We're both tied up for the rest of the day.
Jack: I'm going to Los Angeles tomorrow on a business trip.
Diane: Too bad. Call us when you get back.
Jack: Well, that would be tomorrow night.
Diane: Hmm, let me see. No, that's no good. How about the weekend?
Jack: Tomorrow night!
Diane: Fine. Tomorrow night.
Jack: Kyle had better be there.
Genevieve: I get the sense that "The Naked Heiress" brand hasn't yet progressed beyond the internet and the tabloids. Am I right about that?
Abby: (Sighs) I am a self-made celeb. (Chuckles)
Genevieve: Well, have you thought about using that sort of wannabe element as part of your marketing campaign?
Abby: What do you mean?
Genevieve: Do you want to be taken more seriously?
Victoria: Doesn't everybody?
Genevieve: Yes! Yes! Exactly. That's it. Abby wants what everyone wants-- to evolve, to be thought of as classier, uh, more sophisticated, prettier.
Abby: Smarter, happier, yeah.
Genevieve: Right, so when the naked heiress becomes the spokesperson for the Beauty of Nature, you endow your product with that power.
Victoria: Yes, the power to elevate anyone who uses it.
Genevieve: Yes, that's right. Right. Like, you could have a slogan, something like, um... "Why go naked when you can go natural?"
Victoria: (Gasps) (Sighs)
Abby: (Sighs) Uh, and--and, like, I-I used Beauty of Nature.
Genevieve: Uh-huh, and you had an epiphany about your own personal evolution.
Abby: I can totally sell that. I can.
Genevieve: I have no doubt that you can totally sell that with that flawless face and an innocent look and a mature attitude. You can be quite captivating.
Genevieve: You remind me of my own daughter.
Abby: She knows what she's talking about. (Giggles)
Victoria: Well, uh, your suggestion is very intriguing.
Genevieve: Isn't it?
Victoria: And it's very generous of you to offer it. Are you sure there's nothing we can do for you?
Genevieve: You can accept my thanks for being willing to listen to me.
Abby: Anytime. (Laughs)
Genevieve: (Laughs) This was great fun.
Genevieve: (Laughs) Have a lovely day, Ladies.
Victoria: Wow. That was weird.
Abby: Uh, and kind of amazing. (Giggles)
Victoria: Uh, now listen. Don't get too excited, all right, because we can't use any of her ideas.
Abby: Why not?
Victoria: Because she doesn't work here.
Abby: Maybe she should.
Abby: What, are you telling me that you did not think she was smart?
Victoria: She was interesting.
Abby: Yeah, and then some.
Sharon: (Sighs) Did you talk to the D.A.?
Sam: I did, but he didn't want to hear it, because he already heard about the prison wedding that never happened.
Sharon: (Sighs) So he won't believe anything I say, not anymore.
Sam: Look, relax, okay? It's... it's not over.
Sharon: It's like Adam covered every angle. By humiliating me, he saved himself. I mean, he's incredible.
Sam: (Scoffs) I've got a few words for him, myself, but I assure you, "Incredible" ain't one of 'em. How does a man keep a mother from her kids just out of spite? Tell me that, who does that?
Sharon: Adam. Adam does that. And this doesn't even begin to scratch the surface of what he's capable of.
Sam: (Sighs) Okay, you know what?
Sharon: Wait, where are you going?
Sam: Just... (Sighs) Sit tight, all right? I'll be back.
Diane: This is Diane Jenkins. I'll get back to you as soon as I can.
Adam: Diane, this is more important than ever that this thing goes off without a hitch. If you don't do whatever it takes, you don't come through for me, then everything I ever promised you will be dead in the water.
Diane: Mm. (Sighs)
Deacon: That was, uh, quite a little blowout you had with "Jackie boy."
Diane: Mm. Have a kid with a guy, he thinks he can run you for the rest of your life.
Deacon: (Scoffs) Well, I guess it's nice to see that Victor Newman's not the only high-roller whose wrath you seem to incite.
Diane: (Chuckles) Call me an equal-opportunity provoker.
Deacon: (Chuckles) Look, Diane, uh, this may not be any of my business, but maybe you ought to just stay away from powerful men.
Diane: Mm. They think the rest of the world was put here to jump when they snap. If you do one little thing without their okay, they completely lose it.
Deacon: Yeah, but see, you just seem to keep on hooking up with them, don't you?
Diane: Well, I'm over them-- Victor, Jack... Tucker.
Diane: Him, too.
Diane: I've had it with everybody in this town.
Diane: Which is why... never mind. (Sighs)
Deacon: What? Come on, tell me. Listen, Diane, I hate those bastards just as much as you do.
Diane: Between us?
Diane: I'm getting out.
Deacon: What, are you-- you mean you're leaving Genoa City?
Diane: Soon. But before I go, I plan to inflict a world of pain on all those people who've wronged me. And trust me when I tell you, it's a long, long list.
Jack: What brings you here this fine day?
Genevieve: Well, I don't know. I was sort of hoping to find someone to sit with and enjoy the fresh air.
Jack: Well, what do you know? My schedule just opened up. Buy you a lemonade?
Genevieve: (Laughs) Sure, I'd love one. (Laughs)
Jack: What? What? What's so funny?
Genevieve: (Laughs) I don't know. It's just sort of old-fashioned.
Jack: Ooh, you caught me.
Genevieve: Don't tell me you're a throwback.
Jack: Well, in business and communications and technology, I'm fully 21st century. In romance, I'm a little bit retro.
Genevieve: Romance? And I thought we were just having a lemonade.
Woman: A coffee shop? I expected a high-class restaurant.
Victor: Would that have impressed you more?
Woman: Just the opposite, but you knew that.
Woman: I should tell you, I rarely work outside of New York.
Victor: Well, then I'm glad we found you in Wisconsin.
Woman: Mm-hmm. Yes. I thought that was a coincidence, and now I'm not so sure. Mr. Newman--
Victor: Call me Victor, all right?
Avery: Call me Avery. This is about your former daughter-in-law.
Victor: You did your research.
Avery: Yeah, we have that in common. You think she was wrongfully convicted.
Victor: I not only think so, I know so. I also am certain that you will win her appeal.
Avery: Well, I'm not a miracle worker.
Victor: But you're a brilliant lawyer, aren't you?
Victor: Good. Then I have a proposition for you.
Avery: I can't wait to hear it. (Sighs)
Victor: Drop all of your present cases and devote your entire time to Sharon's appeal.
Avery: And you'll give me a boatload of cash?
Victor: Two boatloads.
Avery: (Laughs) Look, I am flattered, but I--
Victor: You're not impressed.
Avery: No. I find other things more compelling.
Victor: Mm-hmm. So why don't you read the transcripts of her case and then meet Sharon?
Avery: She'll convince me?
Victor: Well, and once you've read the files, I think you'll be convinced. Mm-hmm.
Avery: I'll take a look, but I can't commit to handling the case, and certainly not at the exclusion of my other clients.
Victor: Shall we discuss this over a cup of coffee?
Avery: You won't change my mind, Victor.
Victor: Well, how about just one cup of coffee?
Adam: Oh, looky here. Country doc came to give me a house call, huh? What--
Diane: Mm, no, thanks. A girl's gotta be of sound mind when she's plotting to take down Genoa City's elite.
Deacon: Good girl.
Deacon: I can't tell you how many times I fantasized about doing that myself. But, uh, in my current situation, I just don't think I'd get away with it.
Diane: Yeah. It only works when you got nothing to lose.
Deacon: Is that where you are?
Diane: My kid's safe, so... that's where I am.
Deacon: So... who's at the top of the list?
Diane: (Chuckles) I keep thinking about that story you told me about his daughter making a certain confession.
Deacon: Yeah. Yeah, on video, no less, talking about how she was driving drunk and mowed down Tucker McCall.
Diane: But Victor buried the tape.
Deacon: Mm. Yeah, I don't know. It was weird. The camera just seemed to disappear, and, uh, the confession never made it on the airwaves.
Diane: Mm. I would love to leak that story. (Laughs)
Diane: But I have nothing to back it up.
Deacon: Well, you know, Diane, its funny how things work sometimes. Um... as luck may have it, I-I just may be able to help you with that, you know, I mean, for a small price.
Diane: Mm, thanks, but I don't think anyone is gonna take just your word for it.
Deacon: Well, they wouldn't have to. You see, I followed the guy that lifted the camera, and, uh, he went out back, and he--he threw it in a mound of trash. I waited till he split, and then I did a little bit of dumpster diving.
Diane: You have the camera?
Deacon: I have every dramatic word of The Naked Heiress' shocking little confession.
Victoria: Okay, Abby, all of these calls came in right after your announcement-- "The Chronicle," "The Times."
Abby: Oh, all of the celebrity news shows.
Victoria: Yes, and we even got calls from the international press. Abby!
Abby: Aah! We're a hit!
Abby: Dude, you saved my career!
Victoria: Oh, come on. Hardly. Hardly!
Abby: You did! You did! No, you did, okay? Look, after everything that I've been going through with Mom and Tucker and drinking, I--you know, I just got to this point where I just felt like I couldn't get out from under it. And then my sister...
Abby: My amazing sister goes into über-concept mode, and now I am gonna be a superstar! (Laughs)
Victoria: Well, um... (Sighs) I'm just really glad that I could help someone right now.
Abby: We need to avoid any potential dampers. (Sighs)
Victoria: Oh. Dad.
Abby: My mom, Uncle Jack. They're gonna freak out when they find out what I'm doing.
Jack: So tell me something.
Genevieve: (Clears throat)
Jack: You, uh, watch any daytime television?
Genevieve: Where did that come from?
Jack: Well, I'm flying to Los Angeles tomorrow to be a guest on "The Talk."
Genevieve: Ah... would that be to push Jabot’s new product line?
Jack: That's the plan.
Genevieve: Ahh. Well, now since you run Jabot, and you own all that Newman stock, can you tell me what you think about this morning's news?
Jack: What news?
Genevieve: Beauty of Nature? They just hired The Naked Heiress as their spokesmodel.
Jack: You're kidding.
Genevieve: No. I've never heard of The Naked Heiress before this morning, but I do recognize a controversial move when I see one.
Jack: This alter-ego of Abby's is not something Victor would want to promote or draw attention to, particularly with his most profitable product.
Jack: No, he has nothing to do with this. He's not behind it.
Genevieve: Well, maybe not, but it did manage to capture everyone's attention. I heard more about Beauty of Nature this morning than I have in my entire life. You know, um... oh, I'm sure you have teams of people who do this sort of thing for you, but can I just say that I do have some fun ideas about how Jabot might counter-- uh, I mean, if this publicity move of Newman's pays off in sales?
Genevieve: Hmm. Oh, you wouldn't have to pay me or anything. No, you could just... take it as a gift, you know, from a woman who has way too much time on her hands.
Jack: I'll remember that.
Sam: (Breathing heavily)
Adam: (Sighs) (Sniffs) Hope it was as good for you as it was for me! Sharon's still in jail. (Sniffs)
Genevieve: Thanks for the lemonade.
Jack: I'm glad we ran into each other.
Genevieve: (Laughs) Safe travels to L.A., and good luck on "The Talk."
Jack: Oh, don't feel obliged to watch me.
Genevieve: Are you kidding me? I love that show. I wouldn't miss it.
Jack: So you're watching because you're a fan of the show or because of me?
Genevieve: Why don't you give me some motivation to tune in for you?
Jack: Why don't we have dinner when I get back? I'll tell you all about my adventures in L.A. You can tell me how good I look on TV.
Genevieve: Mm. And once that two minutes has passed, we can talk about me. (Laughs)
Jack: For as many hours as you like.
Jack: Lydia, apparently my niece was in the news this morning. Can you send me a link to that interview? Yeah.
Victoria: I will in touch regarding photo shoots and publicity and all of that stuff.
Abby: I'm really glad we get to work together, by the way.
Victoria: Me, too.
Abby: I don't have a lot of friends. Actually, I don't have any. (Laughs) So the fact that you not only have my back, but you believe in me, it's cool.
Victoria: Well, this project will be good for both of us. Hard work is... it's a good distraction.
Abby: Come here. Mm!
Victoria: Ooh! Thank you.
Abby: I ran over Tucker McCall. I might have tried to kill him.
Diane: Wow. There it is.
Deacon: There it is.
Diane: Are-- you're taking that back.
Deacon: Well, you know, Diane, I'm just--I'm just not sure that you're gonna keep this between us.
Deacon: 100 bucks, huh? Well, you know, Diane, a lot of guys would be, uh, very insulted by this. Fortunately, I don't happen to be one of them. Go get 'em, Tiger.
Diane: It's gonna be a bloodbath.
Sharon: Oh. What happened to your hand?
Sam: Uh... it's nothing. It's--it's--it's not important.
Sharon: You went to see Adam, didn't you?
Sharon: You did, didn't you?
Sam: I just--can we... (Sighs)
Sam: I'm sorry. (Sighs)
Victor: I would like you to meet your new attorney, Miss Avery Bailey Clark.
Sharon: Very nice to meet you. Uh, Victor, I-I-I can't believe this is who you hired to represent me. Miss Clark is a very famous attorney.
Victor: Yes, she is.
Sam: Are you, uh, are you here to help Sharon?
Avery: Well, I'm not sure that I'm taking the case yet, but Victor was quite persuasive. And this sort of case is why I got into law school in the first place, so... I'm eager to hear more.
Victor: If anyone can prove your innocence, it is Miss Clark, all right? She can get you out of here and back home to your children.
Sharon: That's not gonna be easy. I'm sure Adam has gone way out of his way to make sure there's no evidence that could save me.
(Cell phone rings)
Adam: (Sighs) What are you doing, calling me? I should call you only. No. Hey, I have sent you plenty of money. I'm not sending you any more 'cause you blow through it all. No, I don't-- listen to me. The most important thing is for you to stay under the radar. Last thing we need is somebody recognizing you.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Woman: Please welcome the stunning Lauren Fenmore and the colorful C.E.O. of Jabot Jack Abbott.
Kay: What's going on here?
Woman: Welcome, Tucker.
Tucker: Hello, Holly, Leah. Pleasure to meet you both.
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