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Episode # 9731 ~ Heather and Avery Match Wits at Sharon's Trial
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma
Avery: All right, we'll get you changed and then head on over to the courthouse.
Sharon: (Sighs) Right.
Avery: No pressure. Simple pretrial hearing. We're just setting up some basic guidelines.
Sharon: Yeah, well, you know how some people are about hospitals? I'm that way with courtrooms.
Avery: Well, who can blame you? But I promise, it's not gonna hurt a bit.
Sharon: Did you happen to mention to Nick or Noah this is happening?
Avery: Uh, I did. I haven't heard back from them, but I'm sure one or both of them will be there today.
Noah: No, Jack. I totally get it. Kyle's first day back at school will be rough because everyone's gonna be looking at him because they've all heard what happened to his mom, and nobody's gonna know what to say.
Jack: I just want to be there when he gets home just in case he needs to talk. I will be thinking of you and your mom, though.
Jack: Uh, listen, have you talked to Devon?
Noah: Yeah, yeah. I told him about your offer and that I accepted, which means getting out of that deal with Tucker.
Jack: And how did he react?
Noah: (Scoffs) Well, not so good at first, but eventually, he understood. I just hope it's not too big of a headache you getting me out of that contract.
Jack: Don't worry about me. I'm just glad we get a chance to work together.
Noah: Me, too. Uh, I gotta get goin'.
Jack: Okay, give your mom my best, okay?
Noah: Mm, I will. See ya. Jack can't make it to the hearing.
Nick: Uh, I figured. Kyle's gotta be his priority right now. Your mom's gonna really appreciate you being there. And if I haven't told you yet, Son, I'm very proud of you for standing by your mother.
Noah: (Chuckles) Well, hopefully, "Being there" won't always entail a courtroom or prison. You think there's any way this, um, this trial could end differently? That she'll be acquitted?
Nick: I wish I knew.
Victoria: Oh, thank you.
Victoria: Um, you kind of look like you're gonna tell me I have, like, six months to live or something.
Sam: Well, not you, but, uh, your hot water heater, and quite frankly, I wouldn't give it six days.
Victoria: (Gasps) Oh, really?
Sam: It's not something you want to mess with, either. A bad heater can leak carbon monoxide, so...
Victoria: Oh, no, I-- I don't want that. That's enough said. I'll--I'll definitely call somebody right away.
Sam: (Chuckles) You don't have to do that. I can--I can replace it.
Victoria: Oh. You know how?
Sam: It's a hot water heater. I can--I can replace it.
Victoria: All right, well, that's great. Um, well, you know, just 'cause Billy and I, we weren't really very handy. He, um, tried to replace a doorknob once and... uh, it was just a little slow-going.
Sam: Well, they can be tricky sometimes.
Victoria: Anyway, thank you. That's good. It's good that we can just get this taken care of right away.
Sam: Well, it's the least I can do for you givin' me a place to stay. I'll tell you what, uh, I'm gonna head out. I want to get to the courthouse before Sharon's hearing, so, uh, take care.
Victoria: Great. Great. Oh.
Noah: Aunt Vicki.
Sam: Hey, how are ya?
Nick: Hey, Sam, how are ya? Good.
Victoria: I guess you guys are, uh, heading to the courthouse, as well.
Nick: Um, yeah, I didn't know you were coming.
Victoria: Oh, well Sam is. That's the only reason I knew about it. But please tell your mom that I'm in her corner.
Noah: Well, if you want to come tell her yourself, the more support, the better.
Victoria: Uh, well, Dad will be there, won't he? Um, and it is his and Mom's anniversary. So I've been meaning to say something, and...
Nick: Yeah, I would have forgotten.
Sam: I thought your parents were divorced.
Victoria: Well, they are, but it really doesn't matter. They kind of have their own special connection.
Sam: (Chuckles) Right.
Victor: Well, I'm happy you got the flowers, Sweetheart. What else would I send? They're your favorite. I love you. Listen, I'll keep you posted, all right? I'll call you after the hearing. Bye.
Victor: You showed up early.
Heather: (Sighs) I wanted to go over the briefs.
Heather: I'm still familiarizing myself with the case.
Victor: I'm amazed you left Michael Baldwin's employment. He was about to make you partner.
Heather: Mm. And as much as I appreciated that opportunity, I've always wanted to be a prosecutor.
Victor: Mm-hmm. Ironic your first case is against Sharon. Have you seen Adam?
Heather: Adam? Um, briefly.
Victor: Did you authorize him leaving town, or what?
Heather: That was the D.A.'s call.
Victor: But you didn't object too strenuously now, did you?
Heather: Adam is having surgery.
Heather: He's coming right back.
Victor: Let me understand this. Um, you, his ex-fiancée, arranged for him to get out of town? In the meantime, you're prosecuting his ex-wife. He made it easy for you by destroying very pertinent evidence. That evidence would have cleared Sharon. It would have blown your case against her to smithereens.
Heather: That may be how it looks to you.
Victor: You better hope it doesn't look that way to the judge. Otherwise, your career will be very short-lived the second time around.
Spencer: All right, new plan. I'm taking second chair at this hearing. You're gonna be going toe-to-toe against Avery Bailey Clark.
Phyllis: Hey, are you guys gonna do story time at the library today?
Woman: I think Lucy looks happy right where she is.
Phyllis: (Laughs) I don't want to let her go. She's so sweet.
Phyllis: You know, Summer felt the same way. Summer wanted to put Lucy in her backpack and show her off to the entire class.
Phyllis: Yeah, sure. Thanks. Hey, Lucy, say hi to your Uncle Kevin.
Kevin: (Chuckles) Hi.
Phyllis: That's okay, right?
Kevin: Yeah, yeah. I-I wasn't sure how cool you'd be with it.
Phyllis: You know, I-I fought for custody of Lucy so she could spend time with her real family. That was the purpose, and that includes you. I-I don't want to exclude you.
Kevin: Thank you.
Phyllis: But it comes with responsibility, you know. You have to come around, visit. You have to go to her school plays...
Phyllis: And cheer her on. (Chuckles) Yeah, you have a fan club already, Lucy. I'm the president. That's right. I'm gonna be there for all your milestones, big and little, every single one.
Chloe: (Sighs) (Gasps) Where's--where's Delia? Where--
Jill: They're running some tests.
Chloe: (Gasps) Where? Where is she?
Jill: I'm not sure, Honey. Your mother's with her.
Chloe: (Sighs) Oh, my God. What hap--what happened? Just tell me. I mean--
Jill: Well, her fever spiked, and we don't know why, which I explained to you in the many, many messages I left. Where were you, Chloe?
Spencer: I'm tryin' to test out a theory of mine.
Heather: What theory?
Spencer: I've been reviewing Avery's cases. Statistically, she's more likely to lose when going up against a female prosecutor. Now I don't know why that would be.
Heather: That--that's probably just coincidence.
Spencer: Or maybe she has some kind of hang-up. Let's find out what we're dealing with before she goes to trial.
Avery: (Sighs) I broke my shoe heel. Can you believe? On the first day of court. (Grunts) (Sighs)
Avery: Yeah, that works. Okay. (Sighs)
Heather: I can do this.
Sharon: (Gasps) Hey, you came.
Noah: Of course we came.
Sharon: Oh, my. Thank you. (Chuckles)
Nick: I didn't think we should bring Faith.
Sharon: Oh, um, no. No, probably not.
Nick: But she wishes you luck and blew you a kiss.
Sharon: (Gasps) Oh, she's so cute! Look at that. (Laughs)
Sam: Hey, you all right?
Sharon: Yeah, yeah, I'm fine. Uh, Faith blew me a kiss.
Sharon: It's so cute.
Victoria: Oh, she is cute.
Sam: She's a cutie.
Victor: You look beautiful.
Sharon: Thank you. Thank you for the dress and for Avery.
Victor: Seeing you home with your children is thanks enough.
Sharon: Well, here we go.
Victoria: Uh, Mom e-mailed me a picture of the flowers that you sent her-- very pretty.
Victor: Wish I'd been able to deliver them in person.
Nick: She seems like she's doin' pretty well in rehab.
Nick: I sure hope she gets home soon.
Sam: You know what? I think I'm gonna head in.
Victoria: Oh, me, too.
Victor: Seems like a nice guy. I thought they might get along.
Nick: Yeah, he does seem like a nice guy.
Victor: Hopefully someone she can depend on.
Avery: No sweat.
Man: All rise. The Honorable Judge Henry P. Morrison presiding.
Nina: You want something to drink?
Ronan: Um, no, thanks. I'm good. Is Chloe here by chance?
Nina: Oh, you heard she was looking for you?
Ronan: Yeah, she found me.
Nina: She did?
Ronan: Yeah, and, um, the conversation didn't go so well, so I'm here to... I'm here to apologize.
Nina: To Chloe? You want to apologize?
Nina: She went to talk to you about making thing right with me, and you apparently weren't up for that, but now you want to make things right with her?
Ronan: Um... (Sighs) Is she here?
Nina: Are you interested in Chloe?
Ronan: (Scoffs) I don't really see how that-- any of that's your business.
Nina: Oh, my God, you are. What is the matter with you?
Ronan: What? Excuse me?
Nina: What is this? Belated sibling rivalry? Because she was involved with your brother at one time, a-all of a sudden, she's irresistible?
Ronan: Okay, first off, I don't see how that's really fair to Chloe. And by--
Nina: No, it's not fair to Chloe. And what about Heather?
Ronan: Heather... Heather has, um, learned her lesson when it comes to me.
Nina: Well, it seems Chloe has, too, or you wouldn't be here to grovel, would you? Why don't you just leave these poor girls alone?
Chloe: She left there? Okay, well, when is she coming back? Because we've been waiting for the last-- (Sighs) She's here. Thank--thank you. Hi, Sweetie Pie. Hi. Mwah. I heard you don't feel very good, huh? Oh, my God, Mom, she's burning up. She's absolutely burning up.
Esther: Oh, Dr. Larson, this is my daughter Chloe, Delia's mother.
Chloe: Oh, hi. Hi, Doctor. What's going on?
Dr. Larson: Hello. I don't have a definitive answer for you yet.
Jill: But have you narrowed it down?
Dr. Larson: The blood test you did at the pediatrician's office showed some immature cells in the bloodstream which might indicate a problem with the bone marrow.
Chloe: What--what is that? An infection?
Dr. Larson: We'll need to do a bone marrow test to be sure.
Jill: Another test?
Dr. Larson: I'll send someone in with some forms for you to sign.
Chloe: Okay, thank you. This is really serious. This has to be serious. Mom, what if something's wrong with her? What if something's wrong?
Esther: It--it's gonna be all right, Honey. It's gonna be okay.
Kevin: You know, I was worried about her being able to adjust to a new home and everything, but, uh, you guys look like you're doin' great.
Phyllis: We are doing great. We have fun together.
Kevin: Do you, um, do you ever hear from Daisy?
Phyllis: Uh, yeah. Sometimes she writes. You know, she asks about Lucy.
Kevin: Do you tell her?
Phyllis: You know, I-I don't-- I don't get into detail. I don't think that's really wise. I mean, I-I just-- I just said that I would help her with her defense, and that's what I'm doing.
Kevin: Right. So it's not like you're trying to form any sort of bond between her and Lucy.
Phyllis: No, I'm definitely not doing that.
Phyllis: You know, really, its better this way. I don't--I don't want her to get her hands on Lucy.
Kevin: Right. Right. I mean, it is sad, though. She's never gonna have anybody that she can call mommy.
(Cell phone rings)
Kevin: Excuse me. Hey, Esther. The hospital? What? Is it Mrs. C.? Delia? Wh-what happened?
Phyllis: (Whispers) What?
Kevin: Okay, I'm on my way.
Phyllis: (Normal voice) What--what's wrong? Is Delia--
Kevin: It's Delia. She's sick. She's really sick. I, um, I gotta--I gotta-- I gotta go.
Phyllis: Oh, my gosh. No, go, go. Go. Go.
Kevin: I'll be back, okay?
Esther: Kevin'll be here soon.
Jill: Billy's the one we have to get in touch with.
Chloe: Well, that's not happening, Jill, and he made sure of it.
Jill: And we know why that is, don't we, Chloe?
Chloe: (Scoffs) Because he's an irresponsible jerk.
Esther: Shh! Not in front of Delia.
Chloe: She's asleep, Mom. She's okay.
Jill: If you would have let him have access to his daughter, he never would have left the country.
Chloe: Excuse me, but he was out of control, and he's not going anywhere near my daughter, and I cannot believe that you are actually attacking me right now.
Esther: Okay, stop, both of you, right now.
Chloe: Hi. Oh, are you ready to take her?
Dr. Larson: We won't be long.
Chloe: Okay. Okay. Hi, Baby. Hi. Hi. You have to wake up for a little bit, okay? Okay, come on. Get out of bed. Oh, easy. Careful. Come here. Good girl. Slowly. There you go. Okay? Okay, come here. Mwah. I'll see you in a little bit, okay? Be good. Okay. I love you.
Chloe: (Voice breaking) I have forgiven Billy for so many things, but not this, not for abandoning our daughter.
Esther: Oh, Chloe.
Esther: Oh, it's okay. It's okay. It's gonna be okay.
Chloe: (Sniffles) (Sobs)
Avery: As you're no doubt aware, in the first trial, the D.A. brazenly flouted the judge's rulings, repeatedly bringing up Mrs. Newman's previous criminal conduct and personal behavior in front of a jury. Objections were sustained, of course, but the damage was done, and I'm astonished that a mistrial wasn't demanded on the spot. I would appreciate any assurance your honor can give me that there will be no further prosecutorial misconduct.
Judge Morrison: Ms. Stevens, Mr. Walsh, consider yourselves forewarned.
Heather: Your honor, Mrs. Newman took the stand and put her own credibility at issue.
Judge Morrison: Inadmissible is inadmissible, Ms. Stevens.
Avery: For the same reasons, we ask that you not allow any references to Mrs. Newman's escape.
Heather: (Scoffs) She fled this very courtroom moments after she was convicted. You can't argue that's not relevant.
Avery: It has no bearing on anything to do with the night Skye Lockhart died. If the state wants to try Mrs. Newman for escape, they can do so, but that has nothing to do with this trial.
Judge Morrison: I'm going to grant your request.
Heather: Your honor, I--
Judge Morrison: Let me finish. You'll have the option to raise the subject again, but you must first seek my permission outside the jury's hearing. Any violation of this ruling will be grounds for immediate mistrial, and you better have your checkbook handy, because I'll be citing you for contempt. Is that clear?
Heather: Yes, Sir.
Sharon: (Whispers) It's going really well.
Avery: (Quietly) You ain't seen nothin' yet.
Jill: What are they doing to study?
Esther: They're doing another test on her now.
Jill: (Sighs) Her bone marrow.
Kevin: Bone marrow?
Jill: Yeah, only don't ask them what that might mean, because they won't say.
Esther: Let me take you to Chloe.
Jack: Hey, do they know anything more?
Jill: I'm telling you, the only blessing in all this is that Delia is so out of it, she is not as scared as the rest of us are.
Jack: Oh, Billy is gonna kick himself for not being here.
Jill: (Sighs) Well, he'll have to take a number. (Sighs) And do yourself a favor-- don't bring him up to Chloe unless you want your head bitten off.
Jack: This is an awful lot for her to handle alone.
Jill: You know, to hear her lately, she doesn't need Billy, and nobody can tell her any differently. Well, I'll bet she's rethinking that now. (Sighs)
Chloe: (Sighs) Can you believe this?
Chloe: (Scoffs) God, my eye. Oh, my eye is twitching. You know how it does that stupid thing whenever I'm stressing out?
Kevin: Well, there's lots of doctors around here. We can get you something for it.
Chloe: No, I'll be fine once they fix Delia.
Kevin: I thought you said she was feeling better.
Chloe: She was. She was. She was--she was fine. I mean, I never would have left her if she wasn't, and then my mom was taking her to the zoo. And she just-- she wasn't up for it. (Scoffs)
Kevin: Not up for the zoo? Jeez.
Chloe: No, I mean, her-- I guess her fever just kept on getting worse and worse. I got here, and she was burning up.
Kevin: What, you didn't-- you didn't bring her here?
Chloe: Uh... (Sighs) No, I--my phone was turned off, and they couldn't get in touch with me.
Kevin: Why didn't they just call you at work?
Chloe: Because I wasn't there. (Sighs)
Kevin: Well, where, um, what's--what's goin' on? You can tell me. I'm not gonna judge you.
Chloe: You will. And you should. (Scoffs) (Scoffs) I was with Ronan.
Kevin: Well, that's okay. That's okay. Beating yourself up about it is not gonna help Delia.
Chloe: No, because she needed me. What was I doing?
Kevin: Well, you're here now, okay?
Kevin: You're here now, and she still needs you, so you gotta keep it together, all right?
Kevin: Come here. It's okay. It's gonna be okay.
Nina: I certainly hope you're not laughing at me.
Ronan: No, I'm not. But, uh, it is a little funny, though, isn't it? This whole mother hen thing for Chloe? You haven't exactly been her biggest fan.
Nina: She wasn't right for Chance. But the breakup was hard on her, and she still feels it. I know she does. And I think you know it, too, and you're planning to take advantage.
Ronan: Is that what you think of me?
Nina: Well, you took advantage of me and Chance and our goodwill to get what you want. Why not Chloe?
Ronan: Okay, now I, uh, I don't expect you to understand why I've had to do the things I've had--
Nina: How can I understand it when you won't tell me?!
Ronan: You could give me the benefit of the doubt.
Nina: You're kidding, right? (Scoffs) I promised myself I wouldn't do this. I don't want to fight with you, but you are the most exasperating human being I've ever met!
Ronan: Yeah, not the first time I've heard that.
Nina: You won't tell me where you went, why you left, how you could do what you did, and I'm sorry. You're disappointed in me because I don't trust you?
Ronan: So I guess I can't expect any different, right?
Nina: No, you can't.
Ronan: Okay, right. Is Chloe here?
Nina: She's not. She's at the hospital. She--Delia is very sick. Don't be bothering her.
Avery: You shared your concerns with the D.A. already?
Victor: I pointed out Heather's obvious conflict of interest. And I can see they didn't take my objection too seriously. He put her in charge.
Avery: Thank you for bringing this to my attention.
Victor: You bet.
Avery: Victor was just bringing me up to speed on your romantic history with Adam Newman.
Heather: That is completely irrelevant to what we're doing here.
Avery: I couldn't agree more. I won't be bringing it up to the judge. If you were worried, don't be. (Scoffs) Damn shoe. (Sighs)
Spencer: Don't let her rile you.
(Cell phone rings)
Victoria: Oh, excuse me. Hello?
Kevin: Victoria, hi. It's Kevin. I need to find Billy right away.
Victoria: (Sighs) Yeah, uh, good luck with that. Why?
Kevin: Uh, Delia is in the hospital. They don't know what's wrong yet. They're running all kinds of tests.
Victoria: What? Um, okay, um, I'm coming. I'll--I'll be right there. Delia's in the hospital.
Sam: That's your stepdaughter, right? Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
Victoria: I'll keep you posted, okay? Damn it, Billy.
Kevin: I'm gonna go get you that coffee.
Chloe: Okay, thanks.
Jack: So how's my girl? Feel a little tired? Well, that's your body fightin' off germs, givin' 'em all karate chops. It's okay. Close your eyes. You can rest now.
Jack: How's her mom doin'?
Chloe: (Sobs) I'm losing it. I think I'm gonna have to make some really big decisions, Jack, and I'm just not prepared for it.
Jack: Chloe, you're a wonderful mom.
Jack: You have been since the day she was born. I know firsthand, remember? You lived with me. You've already made some very tough choices, some difficult decisions where she's concerned. If you ask me, she's in the very best of hands.
Nina: You guys have been waiting here all this time and no answers?
Jill: Yeah. (Sighs) It's pretty excruciating when your child's life is in danger, as you know.
Nina: Yeah, I do.
Victoria: I just heard.
Jill: It was really nice of you to come.
Victoria: Where's Chloe?
Jill: Waiting there where Jack's coming out.
Jack: Hey. What are you doing here?
Phyllis: I thought maybe Chloe could use a friend. It looks like you can, too.
Victoria: Kevin called me. I--did he not tell you? I...
Chloe: No, no.
Victoria: Well, I-I think that he wanted me to help track down Billy, but I'm really sorry. I have no idea where--
Chloe: You know what? Can you just not bring up his name right now? 'Cause it just makes me a little crazy.
Victoria: Yeah, I hear you. She's so beautiful. Hey, Delia.
Victoria: You know what? You're gonna have to hurry up and get better, 'cause the next time Reed's in town, I know he's gonna want to hang out with you, and I know we're gonna have to do something really fun, like go play miniature golf or something.
Delia: Daddy, too?
Delia: I want Daddy.
Victoria: Yeah. Well, I know that he misses you, too, and he wishes he was here, because he loves you so much.
Chloe: You know what? I'm gonna be right back, okay? Be right back. Excuse me.
Chloe: (Sighs) (Sighs shakily) (Sighs) (Sniffles)
Judge Morrison: The court is in receipt of the defense motion to exclude the audio file from evidence.
Heather: Uh, that audio was already ruled admissible in the first trial.
Judge Morrison: This is not the first trial, and I am not the same judge.
Avery: Neither Mrs. Newman nor Ms. Lockhart consented to that recording. It was made by a hiker on Kilauea Mountain and later sold for a considerable profit. The Wisconsin statute against eavesdropping bars its use as evidence.
Heather: Uh, that statute in question was intended to restrain law enforcement from improper wire taps.
Avery: It was intended to protect private conversations, and if I may say so, this seems to me a clear case where the prosecutor's judgment has been impacted by her personal bias against the defendant.
Heather: That is untrue, and I resent the implication.
Judge Morrison: You better be able to back that up, Counselor.
Avery: Perhaps your honor is unaware that Miss Stevens was once engaged to Adam Newman who shortly thereafter married Mrs. Newman, the defendant.
Judge Morrison: I'm obliged to remind you that any ethical violations in these proceedings will be referred to the state bar for review.
Heather: It won't be an issue.
Judge Morrison: As to the matter of the audio recording, I've read the brief, and I'm inclined to agree with Ms. Clark.
Chloe: What the hell are you doing here?
Ronan: I heard about Delia. Is she okay?
Chloe: No. No, actually she's not okay. Something is seriously wrong.
Ronan: I'm so sorry.
Chloe: Wait. Please. Spare yourself. Don't act like you're actually broken up about this.
Ronan: What? Chloe, I really am.
Chloe: You don't even know my daughter, okay? We would have Chance here right now. She would have Chance if it weren't for you. You made us all think that he was dead. But thanks to you and your stupid case, we don't have him here, so thank you.
Ronan: So, Chloe, you're-- you're upset with me because, uh--
Chloe: Because I was with you today when my daughter needed me, okay? That's why. And I made the same stupid mistake that I made last time. I'm such an idiot. (Scoffs)
Ronan: Okay, hey. Here's what we're gonna do-- we're gonna find the doctor first, and we're gonna find out what's wrong with Delia, and we can talk about us later. We can talk--
Chloe: Okay, no, you know what? You--no, thank you. You need to leave me alone, and I don't need to deal with you at all, okay?
Ronan: Chloe, I don't-- I just want to help you.
Chloe: No, just leave me alone. Leave. Please.
Phyllis: I was out of my mind-- out of my mind when Summer was sick and I thought I was going to lose her. I mean, you feel so powerless. My heart goes out to Chloe.
Jack: At least you had Nick with you. Chloe's doin' this on her own.
Phyllis: What-- what is going on? Can we find Billy? I mean--
Jack: I've gotta find him somehow, if only for Delia. I mean, at least she's got her mother. That's the important thing.
Phyllis: Do you think it would be crazy if I let Lucy call me "Mommy"?
Jack: Where is that coming from?
Phyllis: Well, it's just com--you know, it-- she's never gonna know Daisy ever. And she hears Summer calling me "Mommy" all the time. I mean, I don't want her to feel left out.
Jack: How do you think Daniel would feel about that?
Phyllis: Oh, Daniel's out of it, Jack. He's not even in the picture. He doesn't even care. I don't--I don't know if that's ever gonna change. This is crazy. It's nutty, isn't it? Its nuts.
Jack: No, no, no, no. I--listen, I think it's beautiful. I'm never going to approve of the way you got Lucy, but as long as you have her, treat her with love and understanding and compassion.
Chloe: Um, the test results are ready, and I just--I don't want to do it in front of Delia, so we can do it here, okay?
Dr. Larson: Why don't we go to my office where it's more private? We can sit and talk about what's going on.
Chloe: No, no, no, um, that means that its bad news, and you don't want me to get upset in front of everyone. It's fine. You just tell me what's wrong with my little girl right now.
Dr. Larson: Delia has acute myelogenous leukemia.
Heather: Your honor, the probative value of that recording far outweighs any concerns the court may have about how it was obtained. The eavesdropping statute does not apply. The hiker unintentionally captured the argument between the defendant and Ms. Lockhart.
Avery: Is your honor willing to open a loophole that wide?
Heather: Furthermore, the time to have raised this issue would have been before the filing deadline to challenge the state's exhibits had already passed.
Judge Morrison: A salient point, Ms. Clark.
Avery: Um, uh, your honor could allow the motion on an emergency basis.
Heather: How many more "Emergencies" does the defense have planned? We may never get to trial.
Judge Morrison: Motion is denied.
Chloe: Are you, um, you--you can cure that, right? (Stammers) You can cure it, right?
Dr. Larson: Delia will need a bone marrow transplant. It's a difficult procedure. We have to eliminate the existing bone marrow and then replace it.
Chloe: Okay, well, but then after that, she's gonna be okay, right?
Dr. Larson: There's every reason to believe she'll grow up to lead a normal, healthy life.
Chloe: (Sighs) (Voice breaking) Okay, um...
Esther: That's good.
Chloe: But what-- what do we do first?
Dr. Larson: Find a donor.
Chloe: Okay, well, I can do that. That's me. I-I can do that.
Dr. Larson: We'll test to see if you're a match. You might not be.
Chloe: Um, I do that at the lab, right?
Dr. Larson: It's just a matter of swabbing your cheek. They're backed up right now. I'd wait a few minutes.
Chloe: Okay. (Sniffles) Um, I-I need to go see Delia.
Esther: Uh-huh. I'll go, Honey.
Dr. Larson: I'll be back to answer your questions.
Kevin: She's got more than she can handle right now. You can't be here.
Chloe: (Sobs) (Sniffles) (Voice breaking) You are gonna be okay. (Sighs) You're gonna be okay. (Sniffles) You're gonna be okay. You're gonna be okay. (Sobs) (Sniffles) You're gonna be okay.
Phyllis: Wow, this is absolutely awful.
Kevin: Of all the people for this to happen to.
Nina: I wish I could tell Chance. I know he'd want to get tested, too.
Victoria: We have to find Billy.
Jack: Yeah, the question is, how?
Victoria: I don't know. I don't care what I have to do, but... I'm gonna bring him back to his little girl.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Victor: After that performance, I have complete faith in you.
Avery: I wish I could say the same about you.
Michael: Do you really think you'll be able to avoid each other forever?
Phyllis: Yes, I do.
Chloe: What if I fail?
Kay: When it comes to our children--not an option.
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