Young & The Restless Transcript
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Chloe: Okay, so our watchwords for this evening are “prioritize” and “delegate.” And, hopefully, by the end of this conversation, we’ll have figured out if we’re going to keep omega news or dump it.
Sally: That is the age-old problem, isn’t it? Do we continue to invest in an underperforming platform, hope that things change, or do we just accept that it will never live up to expectations and just move on?
Chloe: A few minutes ago I thought we were in agreement that we’re going to put the company’s resources elsewhere and give some added support to a younger, fresher company.
Sally: Yeah, but what if there’s a reason that newman stayed with omega for this long, and it was just waiting for the right ceo to give it some oomph? I was there for the good times. Yes, sure, it’s struggled a little bit recently and the numbers aren’t great, but when it’s good, it can be number one. It just needs the right circumstances.
Chloe: Hey, sally, please pay attention to the clock.
Sally: Okay, you just don’t give up on something just because it’s hit a rough patch. All of us go through trying times. Is it a diamond in the rough? Undoubtedly. But I’ve seen glimmers of brilliance. It could be an industry-changer. I mean, how do you just walk away from a gem like that?
Chloe: Cut the crap, sally. We’re not talking about omega. We stopped talking about omega 10 minutes ago. So here’s what you have to do. Forget about adam, because if you keep letting these questions about him take over your brain, you’ll just wind up another casualty.
Chelsea: [ Sighs, sniffles ]
[ Sighs, sniffles ]
[ Knock on door ]
Adam: Chelsea. Hey, it’s me. Let me in.
Adam: Yeah. You decent?
Chelsea: Have I ever been?
Adam: Well, good point. I’ve seen every version of you, so just let me in.
Chelsea: [ Sniffles, sighs ] Okay.
[ Sighs, sniffles ]
[ Sighs ] Hey. What’s going on?
Adam: There’s something that you need to see.
Chelsea: It can’t wait till morning?
Adam: Nope, because it’s going to blow your mind.
Phyllis: Bang. There you go. It’s the last of its kind. Enjoy. Ha. You’re funny.
Nick: What is this?
Phyllis: You know what it is. It’s all your money back for the loan that you gave me for the grand phoenix. And thank you, by the way. That’s it. Oh, gosh. You know? I sold it to chancellor-winters. It’s over. I have to pay back my debts.
Nick: I gave this to you a long time ago. There were no strings attached, remember? But you refused.
Phyllis: Yeah. So here we are, the end of an era.
Nick: Seems like you came up with the idea for your hotel like a lifetime ago.
Phyllis: A lifetime ago, right. That was my rise from the ashes after all the bridges had burned. I couldn’t have done it without you.
Nick: Come on. Yeah, you could have. When there’s something you want, I dare anyone to get in your way.
Phyllis: You say that like it’s a good thing.
Nick: I mean, it can be. If the grand phoenix was in the hands of anyone else, it would have just been some other hotel, you know, come and go, but you created this luxury destination where everybody keeps coming back. It’s unforgettable, like you.
Phyllis: You’re just saying that because it’s true.
[ Both chuckle ]
Nick: It is true. You really created something special.
Phyllis: Thank you. I think I did, too. And I think that the staff will talk about me and what a great employer I was and how I made everybody stay comfortable and how good I was to the guests. It’s a fact. That would be true.
Nick: It would be true.
Phyllis: Oh, it was — it was hard, you know? It was a lot of hard work. You know that. I put out a lot of fires. Oh, but I made it into something. And that escape club. Wow. And that was amazing. That was pretty genius on my part. Who knew that I’d be the one to make people’s dreams come true?
Nick: Some of us knew.
Phyllis: I’m walking away, and I made a profit, so that’s good. I made it a success, and that’s what I wanted to do. I am out to dream another dream and turn that into a reality.
Diane: Talia morgan… am I right? The investigative reporter?
Talia: Well, that depends. Who wants to know? Hello? You are?
Diane: Just a huge fan who’s dying to know what brings you all the way to little, old genoa city. Hi, I’m karen.
Sally: You make it sound like I’m obsessing over adam.
Chloe: Because you are.
Sally: You could not be further from the truth.
Chloe: Okay, I know all the symptoms. I just can’t find the cure. I warned you about this many, many times. This is what he does. He finds a beautiful woman who’s just a little broken around the edges maybe, and things start to burn bright for a while, and then he breaks it off. But he still finds a way to keep you interested and maintain a connection to make you believe that there’s still something between you that’s undeniable and immortal.
Sally: You know what? I think we’ll keep omega.
Chloe: [ Chuckles ] Yeah, of course you will. Of course you will. Because adam is an expert at finding women who just can’t let go. You know what you’ll do next? Because I do. You make a mental note of all of the wonderful things that you two did together. How he made you feel so special and important. And you’re chalking all of the really screwed-up stuff he said and did to the trauma he suffered as a child. Because, sure, he mistreated you and he acted like a full piece of human garbage, but, no, no, that’s not the real adam. That’s not the man that you fell in love with. He’s different.
Sally: I’m not in love.
Chloe: No, please. This is how it all starts. This is how it all starts. The denial. Yeah, I went through this, this ill-fated obsession with adam, with chelsea so many times I know it by heart, and it is wearing me out. Seeing someone else waste their time and energy thinking about this guy and, worst, still loving him?
[ Sighs ] Please don’t make me go through that again. I just can’T. I’m not that strong, and adam definitely isn’t worth it, and you deserve a hell of a lot better.
Chelsea: Connor made this?
Adam: Uh-huh. At camp.
Chelsea: It’s so good.
Adam: Right? He’s been begging me to get a wood-burning kit, but i said you would never forgive me.
Chelsea: Oh, I told him the same thing. I said, absolutely not. No way. Oh, my god. I love it. It’s the three — our names, the three of our names.
Adam: Yeah, do you see how the “c” for chelsea is the “c” for connor?
Chelsea: Mm, and the last letter of my name is the beginning of yours.
Adam: [ Chuckles ] Kid’s a genius.
Chelsea: He really is. Oh, my gosh, I know exactly where I’m going to put this. I got to keep this one, right? He can make you another?
Adam: I’m sure connor will get a kick out of making another.
Chelsea: Yeah. Wow. He’s a special kid.
Adam: He is. And he’s happy and healthy. Whatever else we did, we did this right.
Adam: Yeah. Anyway, that’s not the only reason that I came to see you.
Adam: I wanted to tell you that I took your advice to heart, and I went to see jack, and I accepted his offer to work at jabot.
Chelsea: Adam, you did it?
Chelsea: That’s incredible. I’m so happy for you.
Adam: Thank you.
Chelsea: And I’m proud of you, too. I know that’s a big decision — resisting the urge to take down victor, ignoring the impulse to just burn it all down.
[ Sighs ] What?
Adam: I mean, revenge and self-destruction. Without even telling you, you knew what road I was on.
Chelsea: Well, we’re part of each other. You know, jack is going to catch some heat for bringing you on.
Adam: That’s an understatement. I have miles to go before I can win over the rest of the family and convince them to trust me. But the important part is I took the better choice, and that wouldn’t have happened if I hadn’t taken your advice. So thank you. It means a lot to me that you still have my back.
Chelsea: Of course.
Adam: And I want to do the same for you.
Phyllis: So, how are things going for you, mr. Coo? Dare I ask?
Nick: Let’s not talk about that, alright? I know how you feel about me being here.
Phyllis: I could be happy for you, even though I totally disagree with your decision to be here.
Nick: Okay, it’s going great. Thank you.
Phyllis: Great. See? I’m happy. Look at that.
Nick: Yes, I love working with my mom and victoria.
Phyllis: Great. Great. How is victoria?
Nick: Doing awesome. You know, very well, considering what she went through.
Phyllis: Oh, that’s great to hear.
Nick: She came back really strong and focused. She has all these goals for newman enterprises, and I’m here to make sure she achieves those goals. What is that face?
Phyllis: We know the truth.
Nick: What truth?
Phyllis: We know who’s really behind victoria. He’s holding the puppet strings. Victor is having somebody else doing his bidding.
Nick: Let’s talk about something else.
Phyllis: Alright, yeah, let’s talk about something else, because all of that messy newman stuff, you know, that was the demise of our relationship, so…
Nick: I’ll avoid it if you do.
Phyllis: Okay, I’ll avoid it. I just want to say that I’m happy for you, and I’m happy that you’re working with your family, and the newmans seem to be one big happy family right now.
Nick: You know, I don’t have blinders on when it comes to my father, right? I know exactly what he’s capable of.
Phyllis: I’m glad you’re not in denial. Hey, listen.
[ Sighs ] Take it from someone who knows you very well. Stay vigilant, even when it’s smooth sailing. Especially when it’s smooth sailing.
Nick: Okay, thanks. Since we’re sticking our noses where they don’t belong, I mean, your move to marchetti?
Nick: I’m happy for you. I am. It just seems super suspicious, however.
Phyllis: Did you “however” me? Really?
Nick: You know what I’m saying.
Phyllis: I have no idea what you’re saying.
Nick: Do I need to say it out loud? Diane.
Without the right start
to your day…
Phyllis: Oh, diane. Diane is just a nuisance. I’m just gonna ignore her.
Nick: Remember how you felt compelled to give me advice?
Phyllis: Yeah, about your dad, yeah.
Nick: I’m gonna do the same for you. You hate diane. I get it. So does half the town. But if you are making this move to marchetti just so you can make a move against her…
Phyllis: Wait a second.
Nick: …That would be a terrible mistake.
Phyllis: What are you thinking?
Nick: You sold your hotel.
Phyllis: Yeah, I sold my hotel so I could work with our daughter. It’ll be so much fun.
Nick: Okay, fine. But just don’t risk all that love and happiness for the momentary satisfaction of sticking it to diane, alright? Phyllis, it won’t be worth what it costs you.
Talia: Well, I’m working on a story about the recently deceased ashland locke.
Diane: You don’t say.
Talia: I’m not at liberty to disclose any details. I’m sure you understand.
Diane: Oh, oh, of course, but, you know, ashland and i shared a unique connection.
Talia: Did you?
Diane: Yeah, he raised my grandson.
Diane: You know, if you’d like, I could maybe help shed some light on the man, answer any questions you have.
Talia: I’d appreciate that. You wouldn’t happen to have time now, would you?
Diane: As a matter of fact, i do.
Talia: This is too good to be true. I’m so glad we met.
Diane: And I can’t believe that I’m going to help
the talia morgan with a story. Lucky me.
Chloe: The sooner you purge yourself from adam, the better off you’ll be. We’ll both be. I’m not just saying this for the good of the company. I really care about you. You’re talented and energetic, and adam will deplete you of everything. I hate seeing him put you through the wringer like this.
Sally: Thank you for caring about me, chloe. It really means a lot. But you know how it is when you love someone.
Chloe: Oh, no. Oh, no. You said it.
Sally: Well, you can’t just hit the “do not love” button even after they break your heart. Especially now that I know that adam only called it quits with me to protect me.
Chloe: You said it yourself, that he should have trusted you and believed in you. Instead, he put his obsessions first.
Sally: But at least he believed in me to succeed here.
Chloe: Sally, no. Do not get sucked back in. Break the chain. Resist him.
Sally: I am. I am. I will. I mean it. Thank you for the chat, chloe. There’s something that I really have to go do.
[ Sighs ]
Chloe: [ Sighs ]
Adam: Chelsea, something is obviously bothering you. And whatever it is, I think is a little more than jitters over finding a job.
Chelsea: I appreciate your concern for me, but I’m fine. I promise.
Adam: You know, when we were talking earlier —
Chelsea: You know, don’t make too much of that. You just caught me at a weak moment.
Adam: But it was nice letting our guard down. We were reconnecting.
Chelsea: It was nice, but it doesn’t mean I’m ready to dive into the deep recesses of my personal life with you.
Adam: Okay, well, if not with me, I hope you talk to somebody. Somebody that you do trust.
Chelsea: Okay, I’ll be sure to do that.
Adam: I hope you do, ’cause god knows I have learned the hard way that bearing the pain doesn’t make it go away.
Chelsea: You’ve learned that? Okay.
Adam: Yes. It can grow. It can fester and manifest itself in terrible ways down the line, chelsea.
Chelsea: Okay, dr. Newman, this session is over.
Adam: I’m just trying to give you my two cents.
Chelsea: Why does everyone keep acting like I’m one step away from a breakdown? I brought in ensure max protein
Chelsea: Sorry. Didn’t mean to come across so passionate. No need to alert the authorities.
Adam: [ Sighs ] It’s fine.
Chelsea: I need you to understand how it makes me feel. I’m having a bad day. People have them all the time, all over the world. But instead of offering me a mai tai, everyone keeps suggesting I see a shrink.
Adam: Chelsea, there’s no shame in talking to a professional.
Chelsea: And it starts with the word “shame.”
[ Sighs ] Adam, I have done some stuff. It doesn’t mean I am incapable of functioning. I just need you to see me as a normal person. I’m allowed to have the freedom to vent like other people do.
Adam: Chelsea, other people have not been through what you have been through. And, yes, I am aware that I played a pivotal role in getting you off track. And because I feel responsible for so much of your pain, I’m invested in just trying to get you some relief.
Chelsea: So maybe this isn’t about me at all. Maybe this is just the guilt talking.
Adam: Okay, I get it. You’re evading. Okay. Did I stumble too far into your danger zone?
[ Cellphone pings ]
Chelsea: You should probably get that.
Adam: [ Sighs ] Look, I’m — I’m sorry if I overstepped. The last thing I wanted to do was upset you or offend you.
Chelsea: Apology accepted. But… this stays here.
Adam: Understood. Okay? I’ll talk to you soon.
Sally: Hope I’m not intruding.
Phyllis: Ugh, you always are.
Sally: I just need to consult my boss regarding a newman media issue.
Phyllis: It’s a private conversation right now.
Nick: Actually, I think we’ve covered everything.
Phyllis: I don’t think so. I have a couple more things to say to you.
Nick: I think we’re good. We’ll talk soon.
Phyllis: I have some work to do myself at marchetti, actually. It’s really fun to work with our daughter. It’s a revelation, actually. People try to take her down on every occasion, but she rises like a phoenix. Just like her mom.
Nick: [ Chuckles ] Wow. Okay, what is this problem you have? Lay it on me. It’s not really a problem, per se. Just something I wanted to run by you.
Nikki: What are you doing here?
Phyllis: Oh, I was just giving nick the final payment for the loan he gave me for the grand phoenix. I had a very interesting conversation with our new pal talia.
Nikki: Is that right?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I was giving her a couple tidbits from diane’s past that have yet to be exposed.
Phyllis: And I could see her investigative-journalist mind working overtime.
Nikki: Well, judging from the text that she sent us earlier, it seems like she’s getting ready to write an in-depth exposé on the real diane jenkins.
Diane: I’m so used to seeing your byline on all of my favorite articles, and here you are, right in my very own backyard. I am curious, though, how you’re going to breathe some new life into these same old facts. I mean, so much has already been reported about ashland.
Talia: Well, my goal is to go beyond what’s already been published. The secret to my success is my ability to dig deep, to find out what people are hiding and bring it all to light.
Diane: [ Chuckles ] Well, I’m just thrilled that you’re interested in what I can bring to the story. What do you want to know?
When cold symptoms
keep you up,
“The young and the restless”
[Sfx: Buzzing ] This is pretection
Sally: I’m trying to decide if we should drop one of our news platforms. I saw potential in it when I first took over. I thought that it had gotten a little too predictable, so I made some cosmetic changes, but my main thing was the content.
Nick: That’s what keeps people coming back.
Sally: Exactly. I mean, we have to have reliable information, some offbeat stuff, but the main focus should always be authenticity.
Nick: What are the numbers?
Sally: Not exactly where I’d like them to be. This morning I was ready to dump it, and now I… I don’t know. I’m wondering if we should just hold on to it, see if it can gain some traction. What do you think?
Nick: Sally, the first time we met in newman media, vick and I were five minutes away from firing you. You spoke to us that day with such passion and conviction about how you wanted to run newman media that you made us believe in you, especially me. So what’s going on? This person with all these innovative ideas is all of a sudden second-guessing herself. Why?
Adam: What’s the emergency?
Chloe: Well, you seem scattered. Did I interrupt a crossword puzzle, or were you rearranging your spice cabinet, mr. Man of leisure?
Adam: I was in the middle of an intense conversation with chelsea, and I don’t know if you’ve noticed, but she appears to be in a pretty precarious position.
Chloe: Okay, you can stop right there, because that is the last thing that I want to hear. You’re spending time with chelsea so she can unburden herself, and at the same time, you’re messing around with sally’s head.
Adam: No, I’m not playing games with either one of them, chloe, but I am really worried about chelsea because I think she really needs help.
Chloe: From you? Because if she’s struggling, it’s from what you did to her.
Adam: I know. I know. And she knows that I know. I told her as much.
Chloe: It was an all-too-rare moment of self-realization. Congratulations. So are you going to show sally the same consideration?
Adam: [ Sighs ] The last thing that I want is to hurt her.
Chloe: Prove it.
Diane: And as it turned out, my son kyle was harrison’s biological father.
Talia: Fascinating, though I wonder what that was like for ashland. I mean, here’s a man who kept so many secrets only to find out his wife was keeping the biggest of them all.
Diane: Hmm. We never discussed it, but maybe that’s what set him on the path that eventually led to his downfall.
Talia: So based on what you told me, you only learned you’re a grandmother recently.
Diane: Yes, I did.
Talia: Is that what then made you leave L.A. And come here? I’m trying to get my timeline straight.
Diane: Oh, yeah, I — well, I had moved to L.A. Because of personal issues, but then I worked hard, and I got my life in a good place, and I came back to be with my son. And harrison, the little light of my life, was the unexpected miracle that I’ve been so blessed to receive.
Talia: Well, that’s so touching, though I doubt ashland felt the same way. I mean, there you were, one more person with a biological connection to harrison that he didn’t have.
Diane: We actually had a very civil relationship.
Talia: Interesting. Tell me how that came about.
Diane: You know, I’m so curious how you’re going to tell his story. There are so many ways of looking at a person’s life. Are you just digging for dirt, or do you intend to portray ashland locke as a misunderstood mogul?
Nikki: What the hell?
Phyllis: Don’t stare.
Nikki: Well, somebody needs to explain to our journalist friend what it means to bury the lede.
Phyllis: She said she wanted to meet with us, but she didn’t tell us that she was going to be here.
Nikki: Well, maybe it wasn’t planned. I mean, diane has a way of showing up where she’s not wanted.
Phyllis: So what do we do? I mean, we leave and we come back when the coast is clear? I mean —
Nikki: Let’s text talia and find out what’s going on. Then we’ll decide what we do.
Diane: Phyllis, nikki, come meet someone.
Nikki: Ah, there goes that plan.
Phyllis: What the hell do we do now?
Nikki: Fake a smile and hold on tight.
Diane: Talia morgan, award-winning journalist, I would like you to meet two of genoa city’s most prominent citizens, phyllis summers and nikki newman.
Phyllis: Oh, I’m not familiar. I —
Diane: Oh, she’s from L.A., But I’m sure you’ve read her work.
Nikki: It’s a pleasure, ms. Morgan.
Phyllis: Uh, yes, it’s a pleasure. What brings you to our fine town?
Diane: She’s doing a story about ashland.
Nikki: Oh, well, I hope you leave out newman enterprises, because I would hate for my family’s business reputation to be sullied.
Phyllis: Uh-huh. How’d the two of you meet?
Diane: Oh, well, I just came in to grab a bite, and i couldn’t believe what I was seeing. Talia morgan? Here? So I just barged right over, and we’ve been talking.
Talia: And imagine my surprise when I learned diane has a connection to my subject. I mean, what are the chances?
Phyllis: Yeah, what are the chances? I mean, if I may, you could possibly think it’s a stroke of luck running into diane, but I assure you, it’s not. She’s not a reliable source.
Diane: Oh, phyllis.
[ Chuckles ] We always joke like this.
Nikki: Oh, she’s right. Phyllis is. I mean, I might trust diane to give me the right time of day, but only if I verify it with a third party.
Phyllis: [ Chuckles ]
Diane: Nikki, I guess I need to remind you that I was instrumental in having ashland arrested for violating the restraining order that was put in place to keep him away from harrison.
Phyllis: And she always exaggerates her good deeds.
Nikki: Ah, that is true. She will try to tell you she has stood toe-to-toe with the saints. Then again, maybe she has. I mean, there was that miraculous return from the dead.
Talia: Sounds like a juicy story.
Nikki: Oh, you have no idea.
Sally: I don’t understand your question. I have an abundance of ideas, some of which are, if I do say so myself, brilliant. But I just like to think things through from all angles.
Nick: I think there’s a lot more going on here, and it’s not criticism. Sally, you’ve proven you have what it takes to run newman media. Trust me, if you didn’t, you’d be gone. But I think there’s something getting in the way of that, and I would like to get to the root of it.
Sally: He — it — it won’T.
Nick: Look, we all want you to reach your full potential, you know, we all want you to succeed. So just be honest with me. What is going on?
Sally: You’re right.
[ Sighing ] There was… an outside issue that may have caused me to question my initial decision.
Chloe: You finally did something decent when you broke up with sally. You not only saved her job, but you probably spared her tons of therapy moving on. And then you mucked it all up by claiming that you still loved her, that you stepped aside to save her dream, that it was a selfless act.
Adam: Mm-hmm. It was the truth.
Chloe: Oh, my god.
[ Scoffs ] Are you serious? It was the exact opposite of selfless, you big jerk. And now she’s got her head all turned around. She can’t even focus on her job, which means that she’s probably going to fall back and then she’ll fail. All because you had to go and make yourself out to be the hero, you dummy.
Adam: Well, if there’s one thing you and I can agree on, it’s that I am no hero.
Chloe: Okay, well, before you go and hang your cape up, there is one last act of kindness I’d like to request.
Adam: What is it?
Chloe: I am begging you to make it crystal clear to sally that there is no future for the two of you.
Adam: [ Sighs ]
Without the right start
to your day…
Sally: I am going to offer a polite “no comment.” Constructive feedback is always appreciated, and I thank you for your thoughts.
Nick: You’re welcome. You handled my prying very well.
Sally: I’m going to take that as a compliment and proof that I should always follow my good instincts, the very thing that convinced you that I’m the right person for the job. So I’m just going to take a deeper look at this whole news conundrum and make a call.
Nick: There you go. Sally, I always trust your instincts. But if you want to bounce some ideas around, my door will always be open for you.
Sally: Thanks, nick. That’s good to know. And I promise my personal life will not interfere with my job. You have my word.
Nick: [ Sighs ]
Chloe: Go to sally and find some way to convince her that when you dumped her it wasn’t a selfless act of love and protection. Go be the jerk that I see.
Adam: I’m not sure that i can, chloe.
Chloe: Oh, come on. Come on. Be the cruel, selfish, heartless bastard we all know you are at your core, the ruthless, inhuman —
Adam: Mm-hmm. I get it. Message received.
Chloe: Go break that girl’s heart. She’ll get over you. But she has to know that she needs to get over you. Otherwise, she’s going to be staring off at the skyline, wondering if you’re ever going to take her back. So you let her know that it is a big no. Do you want her to fail after you’ve dumped her just so she can keep her job?
Adam: No, of course.
Chloe: Then you have to do this to make sure that she doesn’t wreck her career. Haven’t you done enough damage from one lifetime?
Chelsea: [ Sighs ] Why can’t you commit to something as simple as a family outing for the sake of our son?
Adam: Relax, chelsea. I didn’t say that i wouldn’t do it.
Chelsea: Well, you didn’t say you would, either. Why? Is it because sally’s here? You don’t want to send her the wrong message?
Billy: We are good together. This relationship is unlike any other one that I have in my life. It’s a unique connection. It’s alright. You know, we’ve been working closely together lately, and, uh, the moment was misinterpreted. It happens to the best of us.
Chelsea: Can we just pretend that never happened? We need to focus because this is our final podcast, so let’s just move on.
Billy: You don’t think we should talk about this for a minute? I mean —
Chelsea: I absolutely do not.
[ Sighs ]
[ Sighs ]
Phyllis: Oh, here comes the explosion.
Diane: Oh, no. No explosion. Not today or ever. You know, phyllis, it’s clear you’re trying to goad me into having an emotional meltdown in front of this journalist. But I apologize, talia, for the bad behavior. And, ladies, I apologize for not giving you what you so desperately desire. Good night.
Nikki: I cannot believe that —
Phyllis: Shh, shh. Oh, my gosh. That was amazing. Tell us everything.
Talia: Well, according to diane jenkins, she’s a loving mother, a doting grandmother, and she’s done a lot to overcome adversity.
Nikki: How did you manage to keep a straight face?
Talia: I mean, she’s very entertaining, especially knowing all that she’s leaving out. She’s a real piece of work.
Phyllis: Mm, yeah. What do we do now?
Talia: Well, I’ve had a lot of experience dealing with people like diane. You apply pressure, push the right buttons, and it’s amazing what all comes out and how they give themselves away.
Phyllis: Yeah. This is going to be good. Mm-hmm.