Best Lines provided by Eva
Kyle: I’m afraid you got it wrong. Summer and I didn’t invite you to join us for fun.
Summer: In fact, it’s the exact opposite. This is serious, and it’s something that we wanted to discuss with both of you.
Diane: Oh. I-I see.
Phyllis: Okay, well, this doesn’t sound good.
Kyle: Summer and I want you to know we have two priorities — peace within the family and productivity within the business.
Phyllis: Uh, okay. Well, we’re on the same page. Those are my priorities, too.
Diane: And mine, as well. No question.
Phyllis: There’s nothing that I want more than to see, you know, Marchetti run smoothly.
Diane: And successfully. I hope you know how much i appreciate the opportunity you’ve given me.
Phyllis: Yeah, and it is my mission to make sure that all your dreams are realized with Marchetti.
Diane: The most important thing to me right now is family harmony. Being close to you is the only reason I’m here. I can’t tell you how lucky i feel. And it means everything to me to be accepted back into your lives.
Phyllis: Um… okay, just so I get this clear. So, if she does something, I get fired, too? That just doesn’t seem right.
Kyle: It won’t matter who said what or who did what to whom. You will both — both — be immediately removed from the company.
Summer: No questions asked, no excuses tolerated.
Diane: But —
Phyllis: Okay —
Summer: This is non-negotiable, period.
Kyle: We warned you from the beginning to stay out of each other’s way. You were told that any conflict between the two of you would be a deal breaker.
Summer: And now you know that we mean it. Besides, the two of you have limited need to interact at Marchetti anyway.
Phyllis: Okay, well, that’s not entirely true. Diane is writing the press release for my division, so I’m going to have to be around her.
Kyle: True. But if you can’t handle the times when you do need to interact, you shouldn’t have the job in the first place. It’s just that simple. Understood?
Phyllis: Summer, are you really…
Diane: Kyle, don’t you think this is a little harsh?
Kyle: Mom, we have a company to run.
Summer: And we’re both committed to its success.
Kyle: Hey, we are in the middle of a huge transition. Moving a company from Milan to Genoa City is a mammoth of an undertaking, and this is a big step for Jabot and my father so, this affects him as well.
Summer: We just don’t need these kinds of distractions.
Kyle: Like I said, you’re both doing great work in your respective jobs. Neither of us want to lose you. We want to see you succeed and be a part of this adventure. But we are done making allowances.
Summer: We’re done with the attacks and the accusations. This is your last warning. Are we clear?