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Episode #11495 ~ Victoria makes a threat; Kerry surprises Jack; Sharon catches Nick and Phyllis in the act.
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Jack: I didn't want you to spend my favorite holiday alone.
Kerry: My answer is yes.
Sharon: I don't care what happens to nick and phyllis. When I told nick that it was over, I meant it.
Phyllis: The reason why i came here today is to tell you that I accept your offer, and i really want to move in with you.
Abby: And the offices are amazing.
Mia: Oh, they're stunning.
Rey: Wait, you were there?
Abby: Yeah! She stopped by to see arturo.
Rey: You're gonna find any chance to run to him, mia.
Mia: Then give me a reason not to!
Sharon: And we have no real assurance that this is the only footage of us from the night that J.T. Died. I'd like to believe that tessa was being completely honest with mariah, but I wouldn't count on that.
Victoria: Don't worry. I'm not.
Tessa: What are you doing here?
Victoria: Sit down. I'll talk. You listen.
Rey: I'm going to bed.
Mia: Oh, no, you don't get to do that.
Rey: Do what?
Mia: Blame me for messing things up then check out for the night. At least I can be bothered to make an effort.
Rey: I've seen your efforts. I need to go to bed. I'm up early tomorrow.
Mia: I gave up my friends, my clients, my whole world in miami to come to this freezing city to give things another shot.
Rey: With me or my brother?
Mia: So I went to his office, okay? Maybe I wanted to drag him into this just a little bit. Not maybe. I did it to wake your ass up, to get some kind of reaction, telling me you have any passion left in there, to save our marriage. Or am I the only one that cares? Am I? [ Gasps ]
[ Moaning ]
Nick: That almost made up for me getting to spend so little thanksgiving time with you.
Phyllis: You have your obligations, and you have young children. We will take one holiday at a time.
[ Chuckles ] But I think this new living arrangement is going to have a few -- a few haters. I think we know that.
Nick: True. Did you and summer at least get a good meal somewhere?
Phyllis: Yes! Athletic club serves up a delectable turkey fest, and they wash all the dishes afterwards, so I'm doubly thankful.
Nick: And did that come with dessert?
Phyllis: It sure did. Cinnamon cheesecake, fruit cobbler, and the chocolate mousse.
Nick: [ Sighs ] All right, well, I guess I'm gonna have to polish these off myself.
Phyllis: Aww! What is this? Pumpkin? What? Apple? Bless you.
Nick: Well, you may want to hold off on that.
Phyllis: Why? What happened?
Nick: Well, it turns out my mom and vick are not the only two who know about our new living arrangement.
Phyllis: Let me guess -- sharon?
Nick: No. I didn't feel like it was the right time or place to tell her. Uh... billy knows.
Phyllis: Well... if he has a problem or a comment or a judgmental nasty look he wants to give me, he's gonna have to hold it till we get back at work because, until then, I'm off the clock, and I'm all yours.
Tessa: Why don't we skip the chat for today? I'm not really into kicking back with people who break into my home.
Victoria: But you're so highly adaptable. With survival skills to match. You always do what's good for you.
Tessa: Okay, I have no idea why you're here or what we could possibly have to discuss.
Victoria: Oh, I think you do. In fact, I'm quite certain of it. So why don't we let those be the last two lies you tell me this evening? I know it's gonna go against your every instinct, but the only thing I'm interested in hearing from this point forward is the truth.
Tessa: Who the hell do you think you are? You know what, I don't have to deal with this.
Victoria: No, you don'T. I'm not gonna force you to do anything, but I think you would be a lot better off not calling anyone. So put the phone away, try to relax, and have a seat.
Jack: Okay. Let's see how the nose goes.
Jack: Um, warm fig bread...
Jack: Plum compote. And fresh blackberry preserves from a small country bakery in the south of france.
Kerry: [ Chuckling ] Okay. You're good! Years working in perfume served you well.
Jack: And this tastes so much better than the perfume.
Kerry: [ Laughs ] Phyllis tells me you have quite the wine cellar here.
Jack: Yeah, my father started it a long time ago.
Jack: My late father. And with his usual understated elegance and great taste -- I'd be glad to give you a tour.
Kerry: I would love to take one, but right now, I am far too comfortable.
Jack: Oh, good. So, um, what shall we drink to?
Kerry: Ooh! To barrel-oak aging versus micro-oxygenation.
Jack: Took the words right out of my mouth.
Kerry: Okay, you need to stop me if I veer on to any of these chemistry tangents.
Jack: You couldn't bore me if you tried.
Kerry: To out-of-control personal wine budgets.
Jack: To sweet new friends.
Kerry: And an invitation I am so thankful I accepted.
Phyllis: I just gave myself an intense tutorial on your top-of-line-entertainment system here, and I programmed your dvr, which is filling up with a number of treats right now.
Nick: The football game that I wanted to watch?
Phyllis: Yeah! Absolutely.
Nick: All right.
Phyllis: And a certain blockbuster movie that both of us missed at the theatre, now in a bloodier, bigger, director's cut.
Nick: Both sound great. You choose. You have a preference?
Phyllis: Let's do the game because I know you don't want to find out who won by accident.
Nick: That is a great call.
Nick: How much bloodier is the movie?
Phyllis: It's insane. I mean, you have to be, like, 33 to view.
Nick: 33 -- well, it sounds like we just make the cutoff.
Phyllis: [ Chuckles ] When was the last time you and i had a night like this, just together?
Nick: Mm, I think we both know when that was.
Phyllis: Mm. Summer's apartment. You were telling me the lengths you were going through to create dark horse, and you just discovered sharon's engagement ring cast off on the desk.
Nick: Then the next morning, we tried to convince ourselves that we had just made an emotional freak mistake.
Phyllis: I know. Turns out, we were being truer to ourselves than we could ever imagine, right?
Nick: And it was worth the wait.
Nick: Because this feels more right than it ever has.
Phyllis: You know, at the risk of sounding completely corny and ridiculous...
Nick: I love corny.
Phyllis: I'm thankful for you.
Nick: Feeling is mutual.
Phyllis: What are you doing?
Nick: I'm about to give you thanks.
Victoria: You don't need to keep inching towards the door. I'm not gonna tackle you. This can all be over with quickly and painlessly.
Tessa: I still have no idea why you're here.
Victoria: Drop the act, tessa.
Tessa: You know, I'm feeling entirely uncomfortable right now, so if you don't leave, I'm gonna call the police.
Victoria: No, you're not.
Tessa: Why shouldn't I? You're breaking and entering.
Victoria: You know, your building super so graciously allowed me to come in once i introduced myself as victoria newman and told him that I had a gift for my niece mariah that I wanted to drop off. So there's no crime being committed here, whereas you are so very guilty of felony blackmail and so much more.
[ Moaning ]
Rey: What, you're stopping now? Why?
Victoria: You have a thumb drive in your possession with surveillance footage that I hear might seem incriminating.
Tessa: Well, your niece mariah should have told you that I already got rid of the flash drive, and she way undersold what was on it. It's fully incriminating, as in no possibility of parole.
Victoria: Okay, well, let's just skip all the legal opinions and how I got what information because it's really not important.
Tessa: Well, it's important to me! Mariah promised she would keep me out of this.
Victoria: You want to stay out of this? Well, then focus right now. Because that's what I'm here for, to give you the chance. You cooperate, and you're gonna see a big improvement in your situation. What do you think?
Tessa: That you're in no position to be making demands.
Victoria: What about relocating, leaving genoa city, never to return?
Tessa: Oh, you think you can run me out of town?
Victoria: No, I would look at it as more of a rare opportunity for personal advancement. There's really no downside, and if you care about mariah the way that you say you do, you'd realize that she deserves better than a lying extortionist like you.
Tessa: I'll pass.
Victoria: Your choice. Stick around and see what happens. Or I can tell you what will happen right now. J.T.'S case will be solved when the police charge a shocking new suspect with first-degree murder.
Nick: Oh, man! Sportsfeed said my game was canceled because of thunderstorms.
Phyllis: Okay, well, somehow I've recorded the wrong movie.
Phyllis: All right, well, i have a suggestion, if you're man enough.
Nick: If I'm man -- where were you the last half-hour?
Phyllis: But the point is, do you have what it takes to escape scum city?
Nick: Oh! You owe me a rematch anyway. The system is packed down in the "coming soon" home theatre room.
Phyllis: Oh, all right. You know what, game on, my friend. You serve up that pumpkin pie, and I'll go grab my stuff.
[ Doorbell rings ] Coming! Oh, I didn't know you were coming by.
Sharon: Well, you weren't answering your phone --
Nick: Well, uh, just let me, uh -- I'll go grab a shirt and I'll be right back.
Rey: Am I supposed to know what this is about? Why you'd slam the brakes on the one thing you've wanted to happen since you got here?
Mia: Because it has to be real.
Rey: I was about to show you how real it could get, but then you freaked out.
Mia: And why do you think that was? Because I was ready to have sex with my husband. Our marriages needs it, and so do I, but you were only into it up to a certain point. I saw it in your eyes.
Rey: You see what you want to.
Mia: I don't want to see problems, but I'm not gonna ignore them, either. I came here to fix them, and they don't get magically erased by pounding the mattress for a couple of hours. It's just a nice way to avoid our issues, which you can't even keep out of our bed. Be honest with me and admit it.
Nick: There's something we should discuss.
Sharon: It's okay. Really. I respect your privacy. I would have never shown up unannounced if it weren't a school emergency, but faith has a book report due, and of course she left her book here.
Nick: But, uh, I want to explain --
Sharon: No, it's fine. Really. I mean, she told me right where she left it, so I'll be out of here in 10 seconds. Oh. Phyllis must be spending the night. I guess I caught you right in the middle --
Phyllis: When the movers got my stuff out of storage, I swear they put my game --
Sharon: You're living here?
Tessa: You couldn't possibly frame me for J.T.'S murder, okay? I -- the whole idea is so absurd that it's pathetic. Laughable.
Victoria: I think that it could be made to sound rather compelling, actually.
Tessa: Yeah, never mind that I never crossed paths with the guy.
Victoria: Oh, I'm sure I've seen you together multiple times. So has sharon. And phyllis.
Tessa: Okay, well, what possible motive could I have?
Victoria: The same thing that motivates everything you do. Money. Our investigation team at newman enterprises dug into some details about your budding career as a professional grifter that began long before you cruised into genoa city with your sights set on the newmans. First, you cozied up to my mother, and then my son reed, and then noah, my nephew. And once he got a look at your true colors, he left the country in disgust. And you blew your musical opportunity when you plagiarized his sister mariah. So you came up with some other idea to fleece us. But then, my ex-fiancé, J.T., The ex-detective, he was onto you, and he confronted you. And you killed him.
Tessa: It still makes no sense.
Victoria: No, it's a clear pattern. And it fits. You know, when you were giving reed guitar lessons at the house, I did notice that there we some things missing, and i didn't want to accuse his friend and his mentor of stealing from us. But as the police already know, you stole a gun from newman ranch that was used by your sister in another murder.
Tessa: That was not a murder. Crystal saved abby's life.
Victoria: Well, crystal won't be the one on trial here repped by a public defender. You will.
Tessa: Sorry, but I don't scare that easily. The four of you had the means, motive, and opportunity, not me.
Victoria: Your credibility and standing in this community versus ours -- hmm. Well, it's too bad that you've lied to every person you've ever met since you came to this town.
Tessa: What if I told you that I had solid proof, like a copy of the footage from your garage?
Victoria: Well, then I would say that I'm grateful that I had the foresight to monitor every move that you've made over the past couple of days. Our security team at newman is up on all of the high-tech advances. You know, you would be shocked at how easy it is to hide a camera these days. Ah! Look at that. This is the same brand that J.T. Used to record me. You got to stick with quality, right? Hmm.
[ Grunts ]
Kerry: Just because someone owns a winery doesn't mean they can go adding a dose of flavoring like they're a mixologist at their local cocktail lounge.
Jack: Serious violation?
Kerry: Beyond. Financial sanctions are just the beginning. The boards that govern the fine wine industry are so strict, it is scary.
Jack: I find you fascinating. Jabot's mystery woman. Tell me about you. What's your story?
Kerry: My story. My story would put you to sleep faster than overdoing it on a bottle of ouzo.
Jack: I'll take my chances. If I get a little drowsy, I've always got an espresso machine in the kitchen.
Kerry: [ Chuckles ]
Jack: Okay, I'll make it easy for you. How did you spend your holidays when you were a kid?
Kerry: Mm. Mainly travel logistics, to and from boarding school. I know. They were nothing like being here in a place you've always called your home. Thanksgivings must have felt so special.
Jack: My dad loved thanksgiving. Oh, did he love his turkey. Even when we had lots of guests, there's was always leftovers, all the way to christmas, it seemed.
Kerry: And your mom?
Jack: My mom planned the feast -- not the cooking, believe me.
Kerry: [ Giggles ]
Jack: No, the guest list. I think my father would have liked a short guest list, you know? Hey, he would have been happy with just family. But my mother, well, how do i say? She was...more comfortable in the party scene. I was 15 years old when my mother left this house for good. Well, I mean, for decades.
Kerry: I'm sorry. My parents divorced when I was 10.
Jack: Ouch. Is that hard?
Kerry: [ Inhales sharply ] Not really. I mean, being away at boarding school, I missed the worst of the breakup.
Jack: I wish I could say the same thing. Though, my father and my sisters and mamie, our housekeeper, always managed to make this house feel like home to me.
Kerry: When I found out my parents were splitting up, I, uh... I was relieved. To be honest, not much changed for me. When I would come home on vacation, whether to my mom's or to my dad's, I just... kept to myself. Reading a book or being in the lab was always more fun for me than anything they would come up with.
Jack: Using your time wisely.
Kerry: Mm. Kyle mentioned an ex-step-grandmother, so... your dad remarried?
Jack: More than once, and fairly notoriously at that.
Kerry: Oh! Like father, like son, I see.
Jack: I don't know what you are implying with that.
Kerry: Only that it is lovely to see that there are still men who are so...
Jack: Addicted to matrimony?
Kerry: I was going to say to romance. You're single. It's clear you know when to call it quits, and when it might be time to try again.
Nick: I was gonna tell you. I just, uh -- I didn't know how.
Phyllis: He was trying to be a nice guy. It's out now. I don't know what the problem is.
Sharon: There is none. Why waste time when you know what you want? Here's faith's book. Sorry to interrupt. Enjoy your housewarming.
Victoria: So much for your proof. No, no, you don't get to keep that, either, although, i understand why you would want to.
Tessa: Yeah, you'll never understand that.
Victoria: I understand that money equals power, and since i have the most, I get to decide how this ugly, dark, misadventure ends for all of us, which I think is a lot more appealing that letting a judge and jury decide. Don't you agree?
Tessa: Okay, just tell me what it'll take for me to be able to stay in gc without going down for J.T.'S murder.
Victoria: Tell me where his body is.
Tessa: What? I don't know. I don't know what the cops did with it.
Victoria: The cops never had his body. Someone else moved it from the park.
Tessa: Well, it wasn't me.
Victoria: Then who?
Tessa: I don't know. I owned up to the blackmail, but that's where my involvement ends. I promise, I have no idea where that body is if it's not in that hole.
Sharon: I was hoping that victoria was still up, but if you two are busy with the kids, then it's no big deal.
Billy: No, the kids are sleeping. I'm actually babysitting. Victoria had a work emergency.
Sharon: Oh. Okay. Then, um, I'll -- I'll just go home and I'll call her tomorrow. Good night.
Billy: No, it's okay. I can see you're upset.
Sharon: I'm totally fine!
Billy: Okay. Why don't you just sit down for a second, okay? We can talk, and you might find out that I'm actually a better listener than victoria. It's about nick and phyllis, isn't it?
Sharon: How'd you know?
"The young and the restless"
Rey: Want one?
Mia: Offering me a drink is not what I need from you. Being honest and facing reality is. If you can't stand me anymore, if you want out of this marriage, I need to hear it.
Rey: Of course I can stand you. All right? I do -- I do want this marriage to work. I want you. I just -- [ Groans ]
Mia: You just what? Please, finish the thought. I mean, even if you think it's bad or you think I can't handle it, just -- I'll hear you out, and we'll try to work through it.
Rey: Mia, I promise, I am not trying to torture you. It's just -- this whole emotional thing, diy therapy -- it's not my skill set, you know?
Mia: Yeah, I do. Your whole job's based on not ever revealing how you really feel. You do it all day long, and you're getting better at it. Asking you to do the exact opposite, I get that it's not easy.
Rey: Doesn't mean I don't want to try.
Mia: You were so close before. Tell me what's stopping you from committing to fixing this.
Rey: Fear. It scares the hell out of me.
Jack: I'm sure you've noticed things have gotten a little more complicated between phyllis and me since she became C.E.O. And made other choices in her life, but we still care about each other, and I'm hopeful that when all the bumps smooth, she'll still be a friend.
Kerry: Yeah. Well, she'd be a fool not to. And she's no --
Jack: And she's no --
Jack: Neither are you. I'm sure you've noticed that I'm doing all the talking. It's your turn.
Kerry: I know. There's just not that much to share.
Jack: Brilliant chemist during the day, beautiful, intelligent wine expert by night, and you're telling me this woman has a romance-free existence.
Kerry: Well, it would seem to defy the laws of newtonian physics.
Jack: [ Chuckles ]
Kerry: And I promise I'm not about to stall with a long sidebar explaining why. Yeah, of course I've dated. Even used the word "boyfriend" on a couple of occasions, but never to the point of telling myself "this is the one."
Jack: Ah, yes. The one. To finding that elusive partner.
Sharon: It's a holiday. You had a nice time with your kids. You don't want me dragging you down into the sinkhole of misery that just opened up and pulled me in.
Billy: Well, actually, it makes me feel all warm and fuzzy inside, knowing that somebody else feels the same way I do at the same time, for the same reason. Don't get me wrong, I'm not happy that you're upset. Actually, I'm not even sure why
Sharon: I think I know. Nick and phyllis shacking up so fast -- it makes the relationship we just ended with them seem like it meant nothing. It's like they're two snakes, and we're the skin they just shed.
Billy: Yeah, I'm with you so far.
Sharon: I mean, it's disrespectful and it's tacky and it's rude and reckless, and there are kids involved!
Billy: And it hurts. Bad. Doesn't it?
Sharon: Yeah, it does. I'm not gonna lie. Catching the two of them together in their love nest -- I hate it how it made me feel so jealous and cheated.
Billy: Well, then don'T. Don'T. Feel angry. Feel justified, feel... relieved. And feel like a winner in this because that's what we are. Nick and phyllis just lost the best things that ever happened to them.
Nick: Yeah! Back off, mutant. Get back into the sewer where you belong.
Phyllis: You do know it was matter of days before sharon found out that I lived here, like, a few, max.
Nick: [ Groans ] Well, I just wish she hadn't, you know, found out like that. It was kind of rough and in her face.
Phyllis: All right, you know what, though, the bandage, it got ripped off fast and hard, okay? The pain might be more intense, but at least you don't have to tug at it inch by inch. She was pretty crystal-clear that she wants to move on, so i think you're entitled to do the same.
Nick: [ Groans ] Damn it!
Phyllis: What is up with you?
Nick: [ Sighs ] You're killing me!
Phyllis: Excuse me?
Nick: Yeah. I'm down to my last life, you vaporized me, crushed out my atomic garbage truck, and it sucks!
Phyllis: Okay, so this is really all about the game?
Nick: Yeah. I don't like losing. You know that. Just -- I need a second.
Tessa: If I knew where the body was, I would tell you. Why wouldn't I? I only figured out where the body was after they put that huge ugly statue over it. How was I supposed to move that, by myself? With a forklift and a steam-shovel?
Victoria: I wouldn't put anything past you, so you better be telling the truth. Because, as you've seen, I'll find out if you're not.
Sharon: Your positive spin on the situation is the healthy way to go. Consider me on board.
Billy: Look, I'm not saying it eliminates the pain. It's just easier to manage if you convince yourself that you've made a change for the better. I don't want to be back with phyllis.
Sharon: I don't think I can be with nick again, either, after what he did.
Billy: See? Look at that. Making smart choices here. We deserve credit. Nick and phyllis, they'll get what they deserve.
Sharon: When their knee-jerk mistake comes crashing down around them.
Sharon: You know what, I do feel better. Thanks.
Billy: You're welcome. What's the world's smallest, most-erratic support group for?
Sharon: [ Chuckles ] Oh!
Sharon: Um, you know, I, uh, just dropped by to vent. I found out that phyllis moved in with nick. I was gonna vent to you on my way home.
Billy: But it's okay. I handled it.
Victoria: Well, I'm glad you were here. How were the kids?
Billy: Angels. They do have a cartoon addiction, though, but other than that, they're great. How'd it go at newman? Crisis averted?
Victoria: It's mostly handled.
Mia: That's why you can't join me in the fight for our marriage? You're afraid?
Rey: You said you wanted the truth.
Mia: I do.
Rey: You think I'm lying?
Mia: Since when have you been afraid of anything? Gun-toting thugs, hostage situations, serial killers? You rush in the face of all that, and it only makes you braver, so I don't --
Rey: That's the job, mia. This is -- this is different.
Mia: From what?
Rey: From you still wanting to be with my brother.
Mia: I don't want that!
Rey: How do I know? How do I know you won't change your mind?
Mia: You're just gonna have to trust me.
Rey: That's not so simple now. From the moment I saw you, i wanted to be with you. I thought it was impossible. But we made it work because what we had was that strong. And I still think it's worth fighting for. One part of me wants to grab you, hold you in my arms, and never let go, and then there's the other part that's a constant reminder of the past, of what you did to us and how rotten that makes me feel, and still does way too often! That's just how it is with me. I can't explain it any other way.
Mia: You don't have to. You just did. This is what I want from you, not you getting mad, shutting down, pulling double shifts, sleeping at the station so you can avoid me. Telling me how you feel, like you're doing now -- we can fix our mistakes.
Rey: You know, it -- it wasn't all you. I made a few mistakes of my own.
Mia: No, I -- only because I inflicted so much pain. I hate that I did. If I could take it back, I would in a heartbeat.
Rey: You really mean that...
Mia: I only want to be with you.
Kerry: [ Giggles ]
Jack: This whole time we have been sitting here, I have no idea what time it is. I'm wearing a watch.
Kerry: [ Laughs ]
Jack: Should I look?
Kerry: Well, either it is earlier than we think it is, which means we still have more evening to enjoy, or it's later, and time has flown by, which means we were having even more fun than we thought. It's a win-win. It's just such a shame. This was decades in the making, and gone forever so quickly. We did enjoy it, though.
Jack: You know, I've heard it said that the best way to get over the loss of a vintage bottle of wine is to uncork another.
Kerry: Would that actually work?
Jack: I think we should test this theory. I'm gonna go to the wine cellar. I'll be right back.
Kerry: See you soon.
Jack: Sorry that took so long. I'm about to up my credit as an amateur sommelier. I -- kerry? Kerry?
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Mia: I know it's a leap of faith.
Rey: It's time to jump.
Mia: You can trust me. I promise.
Nick: Whoa! What are you doing? What's the problem?
Phyllis: You tell me. You know, I have barely unpacked, so, you know, if you're having doubts about this situation or where I fit into it, this would be your time to speak up.
Nick: Oh, hey, come on. I told you, I just -- I wanted to tell her in my own way, you know? Less inflammatory, more considerate. I don't blame you. She's the one who walked in.
Phyllis: And she feels comfortable doing that because that's the kind of relationship you have. And if you're really not over her, which would be understandable, normal, even...
Nick: I'm not normal. You know that. I'm with you, all the way. Okay? I'm done with that. I'm over it. I'm over sharon. Boom! Let's go.
Nick: Yeah. I've been practicing.
Phyllis: Okay, I'm gonna be the mutant unicorn.
Nick: I'll be the mutant shark.
Phyllis: [ Giggling ] Okay! I don't know if there's really a unicorn.
Nick: There's not.
Phyllis: Okay, there's not. All right.
Victoria: It has been a stressful night, but you were a huge help. Thanks again for filling in for me.
Billy: With sharon or the kids?
Victoria: The versatility is noted.
Billy: All right. Good night, sharon! Good night.
Victoria: Good night. That wasn't just an excuse that you made for billy.
Sharon: Sadly, no. Faith forgot a book at nick'S. I ended up crashing a slumber party for two.
Victoria: Oh, well, sounds about as festive as my evening.
Sharon: I'll settle for a tiny scrap of good news tonight. Tell me we don't have to worry about going to prison, or at least tell me that tessa's not gonna say anything.
Victoria: She won'T. Our plan to flush out her copy of the garage video worked. I've got it. But now we have another issue on our hands that's even more dangerous and daunting.
Sharon: Oh, my god. What?
Victoria: J.T.'S body. Tessa claimed she's never seen it, let alone moved it. And I believe her.
Sharon: How could that be? If the police don't have it and neither does tessa, then who? Who else knows what we did?
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