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Phyllis: Boy, did Diane come to you crying about the article, Jack? Claiming that I was the one who hatched it?
Jack: When I first came to you, you claimed you wanted nothing to do with that reporter. But that wasn’t true, was it? Because you conveniently omitted the fact that you convinced her to use Diane as her subject.
Phyllis: I was just messing with Diane. It’s fun to do. And, honestly, she was sitting right here. If I wanted to create problems, I would have been more discreet. And it’s Diane’s own fault. She was sucking up to Talia, sucking up to an investigative journalist. If she didn’t want the heat, she shouldn’t have run into the kitchen, quite honestly.
Jack: She shouldn’t have to protect herself. No one deserves to be dragged through the mud like that.
Phyllis: Oh god, I cannot understand why you are so mad about this article. All of it has been published before. All of it. And it’s not like it wasn’t true. It’s all true. But yet again, I’m the one under suspicion for all the horrible things that Diane has done and that were published in that piece.
Summer: Adam, this is Tessa’s first photo shoot for Marchetti, so I just think it would be best if we kept the number of people involved to a minimum.
Kyle: What Summer is so politely trying to explain, because she’s good at her job and also at navigating company politics, is that we don’t need this many chefs in the kitchen.
Adam: Mm. Well, I’m not giving any opinions. I’m just observing.
Kyle: Could you give me a little moment alone with —
Summer: You know what? I’m just gonna let you handle this one, babe.
Kyle: You showed up. You observed. The best thing you can do now is to smile, give a polite wave, and wish everyone a great photo shoot. In other words, get out of the way and let the people who need to do their jobs do them.