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Episode # 11117 ~ Nikki discovers a shocking secret; Michael confronts Jack and Gloria; Phyllis bonds with Ravi.
Provided By SuzanneJack: [Sighing] Oh, yes. Right there.
[Knock on door]
Michael: Excuse me.
Gloria: Back so soon?
Jack: I thought we covered everything.
Michael: We did. I...I have the new amendments we talked about typed up for you.
Jack: Well, I appreciate that. Thank you.
Gloria: Thank you, Michael. May I show you out?
Michael: No, that's all right. I'm sorry. Am I supposed to pretend I didn't just see what I just saw?
Lauren: [Sobs] Scott. Oh!
Lauren: [Sniffles] [Gasps] Paul.
Paul: Hi, hi, hi, hi. I got here as soon as I could.
Paul: All right, I have been on with your cell carrier. They ran a trace.
Lauren: Okay. Who's behind this? Who's got my son?!
[Knock on door]
Phyllis: Sorry. It's just me. I didn't mean to scare you.
Ravi: Hey, Phyllis.
Phyllis: Hey, look, I know that we did not have an official appointment, but we did talk about meeting once more before the virtual dressing room app rolls out tomorrow.
Ravi: Oh, yeah, we -- we did.
Phyllis: Yeah, and since the beta testing has gone so well, it's not gonna be that difficult, but... did I catch you at a bad time?
Ravi: Kind of, but it -- it's fine. Stay. Phyllis, we -- we have an enormous, horrible, awful problem.
Nikki: Hi, honey!
Reed: Hi, grandma. Um, mom's in her office. I'll go get her for you.
Nikki: No, not necessary. I actually came to see you.
Nikki: Hundo P.
Nikki: And that's what the kids are saying now, right?
Reed: Yeah, 100%. [Chuckles]
Nikki: Do you know how to read music?
Reed: Not really, but, um, if it's tabbed out or if there's chords, I can normally figure it out.
Nikki: Great. Take that. Maybe, uh, we could play another duet.
Reed: Oh, totally. That'd be really cool.
Nikki: I think it would be fantastic.
Nikki: After the video that Noah sent me of you performing, I was so amazed by it. I mean, I can honestly tell people that my grandson is an underground hit.
Reed: Oh, well, that -- I mean, that was really rough. I didn't even have time to practice or anything.
Nikki: Are you kidding? It was fantastic! [Scoffs] Whatever it was you were doing, just keep doing that.
Victoria: Yeah, go ahead, Reed. Why don't you tell her how you pulled off open mic on a school night at a bar?
Phyllis: Okay, whatever the issue is, I am gonna help you solve it. This app has so many moving parts, problems are bound to come up.
Ravi: But we had it. That's what I'm trying to tell you. Look, I fixed every glitch that came up in beta, troubleshot every conceivable error. We are literally prepared for everything except success.
Phyllis: How long have you been caged up in here? 'Cause you're not making any sense, man.
Ravi: The traffic, Phyllis. Due to your masterful social media saturation, the numbers have been multiplying all day. Once we launch, if there is any kind of influx in the amount of visitors...
Phyllis: Are you talking about slow load times?
Ravi: I wish that was all. We just built a high-speed, state-of-the-art spaceship that seats 10, and somehow 1,000 people managed to cram themselves on right before takeoff.
Phyllis: So you're saying it's gonna crash and burn.
Ravi: Exactly. So I made a short list for you to approve. One -- optimized code. Two -- reduced number of plug-ins. Three -- streamline server configuration.
Ravi: Four -- no, I know what you're gonna say. Minimize dependency requests. God, that should have been 3b!
Phyllis: Hold up! Take a breath. I think the best thing we can do right now is postpone the launch.
Ravi: That's not an option! Is it? Is that an option?
Phyllis: It may be our only option.
Lauren: The call came from the middle east? That's it? You said they traced it, and that's all they have?!
Paul: Lauren, we are dealing with people that are very sophisticated about eluding any kind of -- of trace or surveillance. I know it's not what you want to hear.
Lauren: No! What I want to hear is the state department is taking this seriously and they're going to find my son!
Paul: I spoke with my contact. They're making it a top priority. But they have to go through the proper channels, okay? And unfortunately, we don't have a lot of information off of them.
Lauren: This is the U.S. State department. It is their job to protect Americans abroad! Now, they have to help us!
Paul: Okay. They know of Scott's work. But he wasn't in contact with them.
Paul: So they have no idea where he was going or who he was meeting with.
Lauren: This is so unlike him. He's not new to this. He knew the dangers. Why? Why was he so careless?
Paul: You know, Lauren, maybe there was no time. It's possible he could have stumbled upon a story and he felt he needed to pursue it.
Lauren: Right, and now he's being held in the middle east by God knows who, and they want $10 million to keep him alive!
Paul: Honey, I know how terrified you are right now.
Lauren: We're gonna pay the ransom. [Sniffles] We have no other choice.
Paul: I know how desperate and helpless you feel. But I think that paying the ransom could be a terrible mistake.
Jack: This damn rotator cuff, it has been years. A skiing accident. Somehow I never got any better. I'm sure I told you and Lauren about this.
Michael: I don't think you did. I would have referred you to my orthopedist.
Jack: Well, I may still take you up on that. This shoulder just keeps freezing up. You know what? I should have had the surgery when I had the accident, but, you know, then you dedicate a whole summer to recovery.
Michael: You were skiing, you said?
Gloria: Water skiing, Michael. Jack slalomed better than anybody up at the lake back in his day.
Michael: [Chuckles] I did not know that.
Jack: It's been a long time. Gloria, thank you again. You've been a great help. Your magic fingers have once again saved me from having to sleep in this chair.
Michael: Is finger magic a frequent part of your secretarial duties?
Gloria: A top executive assistant needs to be versatile.
Michael: Yes, but it's you we're talking about.
Gloria: Oh, for heaven sakes, Michael. I couldn't leave Jack paralyzed. And besides, that's the arm he signs the paychecks with.
Jack: Gloria, thank you. You've been a great help. Have a good evening.
Gloria: Thank you, Mr. Abbott. I'm on my way. I will make that last call to, uh, accounting, though. Goodbye, Michael.
Jack: Well, thank you for dropping these papers by, counselor. Can I walk you out?
Michael: Oh, no. Nobody has to walk me out. In fact, I'm just going to stay here until you explain what the hell all this is about.
Jack: Your mother needed a job. I hired her as my assistant. Is that so outrageous?
Michael: Yes, it is. There is no one on this planet you despise more than Gloria, and I assure you, the loathing is mutual. Or at least it was the last time I checked. Of course, that was before I saw her whole masseuse routine.
Jack: I thought I explained all of this to you, Michael.
Michael: No, you didn't. In fact, it would have been less bizarre to see Victor Newman here taking dictation in a pencil skirt! What the hell is going on, Jack? What are your intentions with my mother?
Jack: My intentions? Really? [British accent] Lord Baldwin, sir, I pray you. I desire the fair maid Gloria's hand in matrimony.
Michael: I'm not talking about romantic intentions. That would be... you two hate each other.
Jack: [Normal voice] As they grow older and wiser, sometimes people actually change.
Michael: And sometimes they just revert back to their old selves, their old, calculating, vengeful selves.
Jack: Are we talking about your mother now or me?
Michael: We're talking about you setting her up for some kind of twisted reprisal. I certainly hope that's not the case here.
Jack: No, of course not. And you would have me prove that how? By firing her? That seems terribly cruel, don't you think?
Michael: Everything's relative.
Jack: I suppose you could always put her on your payroll.
Michael: [Chuckles] Now, Jack, let's not misconstrue. Naturally, I am pleased that Gloria seems to have found a job that makes her happy. I'm not looking to sabotage that. I just have a great deal of reasonable doubt that your actions are motivated by kindness.
Jack: Guilty as charged, counselor. Partially. And this is where it gets a little dicey because, of course, you are Lauren's husband. But your mother helped me a great deal in acquiring Fenmore's for Jabot. I owe her. And I pay my debts.
Michael: That makes a little more sense.
Phyllis: I can't, you know, get into the details, but it's a family issue. And Lauren just needs to focus on that right now.
Ravi: Sounds serious.
Phyllis: It is.
Ravi: Well, she's lucky to have a friend like you. I mean, you seem great in crisis.
Phyllis: Usually I am. But this time I got nothing. I try to distract her with work, and it just -- that was a bust. You know, it's just -- it's tough when you can't find a way to help a best friend, you know?
Ravi: Sometimes when we can't solve the problem, we can find other things that might bring joy.
Phyllis: Like what?
Ravi: It just reminds me of this one time years ago when I was a boy. You know, we should get back to work. I don't want to bore you.
Phyllis: You do not bore me at all.
Ravi: [Sighs] When I was 9, my dad took me to India to meet my uncle nikhil. He's my dad's favorite brother. My whole life, I'd heard what a joyful, dynamic man he was, but...when his wife died suddenly, all the happiness left him. She was his world. He was so sad. It broke our hearts 'cause it felt like there was nothing that we could do to help. Uncle nikhil had started building this beautiful wall made out of a clay that he -- that he handmade. It was to be a gift for his wife to surround the garden that she'd always wanted. But, um, when she died, he never finished it. Uncle nikhil said he never would. It was for her, and she was gone, and nothing could ever bring her back. So my dad and I got clay, made bricks, and put them out in the sun to bake and started building. After awhile, neighbors started to help, and pretty soon, we -- we finished his beautiful creation. When he saw it, he wept. And then he asked my dad and I to help him plant the garden to honor his wife. To this day, he still tends to that garden.
Phyllis: That's a beautiful story.
Ravi: Let's build a wall for Lauren. I mean, maybe we can't help her with her problem, but we can finish the application, make sure it's launched on time, give her something good to hold on to. Now, that we actually can do for your friend.
Phyllis: What are we waiting for?
Paul: If you pay this ransom, it could result in furthering their extortion. And it will not necessarily mean that Scott is released.
Lauren: You know something? Out of everyone, I really thought that you could help me out of this nightmare. And that's why I called you. But if this is your idea of help...
Paul: I'm sorry. You know, I have a son, too. I know what it's like to fear for him.
Lauren: This is not the same. This is not Dylan on an undercover assignment. My son is a writer, not a trained cop with a gun.
Paul: Yeah, well, Dylan is not on assignment anymore. I don't know where he is or what he's doing.
Lauren: He decided to turn his back on you and everyone else. My son's life is in danger! This is not the same!
Reed: I thought we were actually communicating. She fed me this whole speech on how she understood my dreams and she wanted me to follow my passions.
Victoria: Yeah, and that translated into sneak out of the house and go to a bar.
Reed: Well, it didn't mean anything, because obviously she doesn't care about my dreams or my passions.
Victoria: Huh. That's funny. I guess he forgot the part where he was grounded for a month.
Victoria: And he just blew it off.
Reed: That's all that's important to her. Now I'm being punished for two months.
Victoria: Oh, well, I think his dreams will survive that. Pretty sure.
Reed: As if she cares. Grandma, I'm sorry, but I guess I'll just practice this in six weeks.
Nikki: Two months is forever to a teenager.
Victoria: Mom, please don't say that I'm being too strict, because I've already gotten enough of that from Billy.
Nikki: I'm not saying that, but I'm curious about what he did. Was he drinking at the underground?
Victoria: No, because Nicholas was there, thankfully.
Nikki: Well, then it seems like Reed really was there just to pursue his passions.
Victoria: Mom, he snuck out, and it's not an isolated incident. It's a pattern, and I'm the one who has to put a stop to it.
Nikki: What kind of pattern?
Victoria: Lying, being sneaky, betraying my trust.
Nikki: Okay, can you try to be a little more specific?
Victoria: Okay, sure. Why don't I tell you what kicked it all off? He swiped my credit card and joined an online porn site.
Nikki: [Laughing] Oh, my God. Well... [Laughs]
Victoria: I'm -- I'm so glad that you think this is so hilarious, mom.
Nikki: Honey, I think that it's normal. Every 15-year-old boy is curious about sex.
Victoria: He pretended to be 18, and he took my credit card. And if I hadn't checked my online statement, I'd still be paying 45 bucks a month.
Nikki: All right, well, I'm sorry about that. I'm sure that was very embarrassing.
Victoria: Thank you.
Nikki: He shouldn't have been using your card.
Victoria: I appreciate that. Thank you for the concession.
Nikki: Well, get some perspective, okay? It's not like he was cyber-bullying somebody or buying stuff to get high on.
Victoria: Okay, well, I'm just not okay with him looking at pornography.
Nikki: Well, of course not. But you would be less okay if he were appearing in it. Trust me.
Victoria: Mom, I can't believe you're bringing that up right now. That's embarrassing.
Nikki: Nobody else is going to.
Nikki: You know why? Because when you decided to assert your independence and pose naked for some photos...
Victoria: Oh, my God.
Nikki: ...Your parents went out and bought every last copy of that magazine, and we also bought the publishing company, which thankfully included the negatives.
Victoria: Stupidest thing I've ever done in my life, and I hope that my children never find out about that.
Nikki: Well, I'm certainly never gonna tell them.
Victoria: No, but you think I'm a hypocrite.
Ravi: Done. Now the router will automatically pass the sql request to the db server.
Phyllis: Whoo-whoo! Oh, my gosh. This is so much more functional.
Ravi: Oh, no question.
Phyllis: You know, not only does your mind work at light speed. You clearly understand people as well you do computers.
Ravi: I wish, but remind me to get a letter of reference from you.
Phyllis: Oh, you looking for a new job?
Ravi: Nope. Just want to show it to my mom.
Phyllis: You know, seriously, Lauren would have been so disappointed if we delayed this launch, which she does not need. Thank you for convincing me to move forward with this.
Ravi: You think being so close emotionally, I mean, made it hard for you to know what to do?
Phyllis: It's a criticism I've heard over and over again.
Ravi: I wasn't criticizing you.
Phyllis: No, it's okay. I'm sure that you have heard plenty from Ashley.
Phyllis: I know, I know. The first time we had lunch when she caught me with you mid-poach. I mean, I'm sure you heard all about my wicked ways and despicable failed marriage.
Ravi: Actually, a few days ago, Ashley said she has no problem with you and I being friends.
Phyllis: Well, that is very civil of her. But it is not fair to you. You are dealing with two companies, two apps, and two women who are always on the verge of slapping one another.
Ravi: What about you and Jack and the divorce? Before Lauren hired you, I mean, that must have been rough.
Ravi: And now?
Phyllis: Well, we barely talk to one another, so that seems to be working.
Ravi: [Chuckles] This is gonna sound really childish, but if everyone could just drop the drama, this work space would go from like an 8.5 to a 12 easy. Out of a -- out of a possible 10, you know.
Phyllis: Yeah, it's not childish. The drama is childish.
Ravi: Should we get back to work?
Phyllis: Yes. Is Ashley here?
Ravi: No, she'll be back soon.
Phyllis: You know what? I'm gonna check in with Jack quickly and get a drama-free update on the Fenmore app and let him know that we're gonna be working as long as it takes to launch this thing, even if it goes into the night.
Ravi: Sounds good.
Phyllis: All right.
[Knock on door]
Jack: Come in. You're still here.
Gloria: Yes, just wanted to check. Any last minute, uh, tasks I can help you with?
Jack: No, nothing at all. You've put in a full day.
Gloria: All right, well, if anything comes up, um, I'm available.
Jack: I appreciate that. Gloria.
Jack: You handled that situation very well, Michael's untimely return.
Gloria: Thank you. Another successful exercise in teamwork.
Jack: Agreed. But we have to start being a little more discreet. Michael is not the only suspicious, inquisitive person walking through that door these days.
Gloria: True. But I don't recall any complaints about your shiatsu treatment...or anything else in this relationship. If that's what it is.
Jack: I think we both know what this is and what it isn't.
Gloria: Do we? What do we call this arrangement? Frenemies with benefits?
Jack: Do we have to call it anything?
Gloria: [Chuckles] No. No, silly. But would it be so wrong if we did?
Jack: Are you really suggesting that we date, the two of us, in public?
Gloria: [Laughs] I think somebody's ego needs some liposuction.
Jack: That sounds a little more familiar.
[Cell phone rings]
Phyllis: This is Phyllis. Hi, Marie. Yes, we are launching. Thank you. Cc Ravi on that. That's his call.
Gloria: No, I am not suggesting that we are or ever should be a couple, Jack. But you got to admit, our interaction has changed a little bit, okay? And it might make things easier if we admit it to ourselves and others that we have put our mutual vendetta...to bed.
Jack: As long as that's the only thing we're putting to bed in this little confession.
Gloria: However we got here, [Sighs] We're a team, Jack, here at Jabot. And you know that I will never be satisfied being a receptionist. That doesn't quite fit in with my ambitious plans. A woman with my skills, my passions could be of so much use in many ways...to a creative, open-minded C.E.O.
Jack: I do know that working under me will not satisfy you in the long term. Career-wise, at least.
Jack: No special treatment. You stay away from threats. You stay away from blackmail. You stay flexible and do as you're told...
Gloria: And you will make sure that I get everything I deserve.
Jack: I reward loyalty and hard work and devotion. You prove to me that I need you and you could well see a rapid
Gloria: A rapid rise. My favorite kind. [Chuckles] See you later tonight -- rawr! -- Jack-uar. [Laughs]
Jack: Tonight's not looking so good.
Gloria: [Sighs] But it could look so much worse. You in that dusty, old mansion, me with my shiatsu technique ready to go... and no one to practice on.
Jack: You do make a good point, but that near miss with your son, that was a little too close. I think we need to create a little more distance. I think you'll agree.
Gloria: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Well, just in case you change your mind, I'll make sure that everything stays turned on, okay? The cell, the laptop, the webcam. Ciao. [Laughs]
Jack: Phyllis. What can I do for you?
Phyllis: I'd like to talk about the line between professional and personal here at Jabot if you have the time.
Victoria: Thanks, mom. Oh, you brought cookies.
Nikki: Yeah, well, I'm the grandma. It's the law. And to answer your earlier question, I do not think you're a hypocrite.
Victoria: I do.
Nikki: Well, you shouldn't. All teenagers are gonna do crazy things, and their brains aren't even finished growing yet.
Victoria: Mom, how am I gonna get through the next five years with Reed and followed right after by Johnny and Katie?
Nikki: You're gonna do it with a lot of patience.
Victoria: I know. I see so many parents decide that it's easier to be their friend, and once those lines get blurred, any control or respect that you thought you had is gone.
Nikki: Yeah, well, I don't agree with that way of parenting, either. If he does try to put you in the villain role, just don't engage.
Victoria: I know you're right.
Nikki: And, you know, I think this music thing could really be key. I mean, it's a great diversion, music, for teenagers. It'll eat up a lot of his time, and he truly is very talented.
Victoria: Thank you.
Nikki: All right. I got to get going. You and Reed will get through this. I promise.
Victoria: All right, mom, thank you. It was really helpful talking to you tonight.
Nikki: Well, good. I'm glad that you think so. And if things should get overwhelming again, just, uh, snapchat me, dude.
Victoria: Oh, God.
Victoria: Thanks, mom. Bye.
Victoria: Hey. Um... grandma brought some cookies. Do you want one?
Reed: Sure. Thanks.
Victoria: You know, I was thinking about... I was remembering you were in the second grade and you took piano lessons. You always had sheet music trailing behind you.
Reed: I was probably trying to get rid of it.
Victoria: Yeah, you hated practicing, didn't you?
Reed: I didn't hate practicing. It was just the fact that my teacher only got the songs from that super sucky songbook.
Victoria: Did you ever think about taking more lessons?
Reed: Nah. I think it'd just mess with my flow.
Victoria: Oh, well, you know, maybe with a different teacher and a less sucky songbook, it might help your...flow free faster. [Chuckles]
Reed: I mean, I guess, with the right teacher.
Victoria: What if I found somebody, you know, and I could get them to take you on?
Reed: You'd do that?
Victoria: I told you, you know. If this is your passion, then I would like to help you see it through.
Reed: And you're gonna pay for it, right?
Victoria: [Sighs] No, Reed. I'm not gonna stick you with the bill.
Reed: Yeah, I'm -- I'm in. Thank you.
Victoria: You're welcome. There's something I want you to do for me in return.
Paul: Look, Lauren, I am sorry if it felt like I was minimizing the situation this is for you and Scott. And you're right. The situations with our sons are completely different. In my heart, I just want you to make a good decision, the best one you possibly can under the circumstances.
Lauren: I know. I shouldn't have yelled at you. [Sighs] I-I couldn't do this without you.
Paul: Hey. Where else would I be?
Lauren: Okay. So tell me what you'd be doing if this were Dylan.
Paul: Okay. We're gonna make two calls -- one to my friend at the state department, and we're gonna see if there are any updates at all, and then we're gonna speak with journalists international. They have had some great successes in getting reporters released that were captured overseas.
Lauren: I-I know that. [Sniffles] But it could take weeks or months.
Paul: Oh, no, no, no. We're not gonna go there, okay? We're just gonna take this one step at a time until Scotty's home.
Lauren: I know it's naive to think that paying the ransom will make that happen.
Paul: Well, that's what the kidnappers want you to think.
Lauren: I know we can't trust them. [Sniffles] I know that nothing's guaranteed. But the thought of being like this for [Sniffles] Weeks or months, not knowing where my son is...
Michael: Lauren? What -- what happened? What's wrong?
Lauren: It's Scott. If we don't pay $10 million, they're gonna kill him.
Michael: Oh, my God. He was kidnapped. Who did this?
Paul: We don't know yet.
Michael: Did they call you?
Lauren: Yeah. I was alone.
Michael: All right, did you talk to Scott? Did you hear his voice in the background?
Lauren: No. They just told me that they have him and that we had to give them $10 million, and so I called Paul.
Michael: Of course. Of course.
Lauren: But he's telling me we shouldn't pay them.
Paul: Well, that's not exactly what I said.
Michael: Well, how are we supposed to handle this?
Lauren: I can't sit around and do nothing. I will liquidate all my assets. I will sell this apartment and the company. If Jack wants the rest of Fenmore's, he can have it all in cash.
Paul: I just suggested that paying the ransom may not be the best way to solve this. I want Lauren to consider options.
Lauren: What options? You said going through all those channels is useless. I-I know you were just trying to cushion the blow. I do, but what choice do we have?
Michael: So, what? Are we on our own?
Lauren: Yes. We are. We have to negotiate. We have to make arrangements. We need to pay the ransom. We have no choice.
Victoria: So why the silent treatment, huh?
Reed: 'Cause I knew it was too good to be true.
Victoria: Don't you want to know what I'm asking for in exchange for the music lessons?
Reed: What? Do I have to clean the garage or take summer classes to bump up my GPA?
Victoria: No. It's not housework or schoolwork or yardwork.
Reed: Are you gonna dress me up as a bottle of men's body spray and put me in front of Fenmore's with a big arrow that says brash & sassy?
Victoria: Would you at least try on the foam rubber suit? I'm just kidding. Would you play for me?
Reed: So, does that mean you're giving it back?
Victoria: Yeah, sure looks like it.
Jack: What are you getting at, Phyllis?
Phyllis: Couldn't help being curious seeing you with Gloria just now.
Jack: Seeing what exactly?
Phyllis: Well, you couldn't stand working with me, but you hire Gloria to be your receptionist/assistant?
Jack: Well, maybe I have resolved to be more forgiving in the new year.
Phyllis: Where do I rank on that list?
Jack: Have I somehow mistreated you since the merger with Fenmore's?
Phyllis: You barely speak to me, Jack. The tension is thicker than Jabot's green mud maxi-scrub. And your sister feels free to talk trash to my face and behind my back.
Jack: Unfortunate though that is, I can't really do anything about Ashley's behavior.
Phyllis: Well, someone should, because the employees are finding it upsetting and counterproductive.
Jack: Employees? Like who? Ravi?
Phyllis: Yes. Ravi, the guy who is giving his all to make sure he removes every possible glitch from the virtual dressing room app!
Jack: Wait, I thought you were launching in the next couple of hours.
Phyllis: Yes, and we will.
Jack: Good luck with that. Good night, Phyllis.
Phyllis: [Sighs] You're dismissing me. What about the other problem?
Jack: I don't have any other problem. Yes, for a time, it was difficult working with you here, but I'm past that. I'm -- I'm over it.
Phyllis: Really? What's her name? Do I know her?
Jack: Unlike some people, I don't need a relationship to validate my life.
Phyllis: [Sighs] Why? Oh, like me? Like me, a needy train wreck?
Jack: I didn't say that. Maybe you should get back to Ravi in case he's upset that the adults are being mean to each other.
Phyllis: Wow. Okay. Goodbye. You know something, Jack? This whole "embracing forgiveness" thing, probably not the best fit for you.
Michael: I know they didn't give you any indication, but I doubt these people will wait patiently for the ransom.
Paul: Michael, you got to help me out here. There is a chance that paying them won't work. I mean, it could actually make things worse, put more journalists in danger. It's --
Michael: Listen, Scott is Lauren's son. Whatever Lauren decides to do, that's what we're doing.
Reed: Honey waited till I was in love to tell me that she was not mine left me riding down the road above under the dim streetlight lit sky nothing changed between me and her until I changed my mind even then I still felt unsure about the way she used to lie just a matter of time just a matter of time just a matter of time but in the meantime
Ravi: Oh, hey! Hey, I've been factoring all the code that manages client requests. It's a massive improvement across the board. What's wrong? You seem unsettled.
Phyllis: Ravi, you are a kind and compassionate guy, but I need you to tell me the truth right now, filter off.
Phyllis: Am I needy?
Ravi: Is this, like, a quiz, or do you really not know the answer?
Phyllis: In your opinion, from the time we've hung out with one another, do you think I'm afraid to be alone?
Ravi: [Sighs] I mean, isn't everyone?
Gloria: I am so sorry, Fulvio, but something just came up. Oh!
Nikki: Oh, God. Gloria!
Gloria: I'm so sorry.
Nikki: What's the rush?!
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Victoria: I don't know how many times I've told you how much I appreciate your contribution. I'd like to prove it.
Victor: What do you think if I decided to write the story of my life?
Lauren: Can you lend us the money?
Jill: I am so sorry! I can't!
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