Y&R Transcript Tuesday, April 11, 2023

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Lauren: Hi. Beat me here. I hope you didn’t wait too long.

Christine: Not at all. How are you?

Lauren: I am numb. I’m– uh, all cried out. For now, anyway.

Christine: So many people are in so much pain.

Lauren: I can’t believe she’s gone. I mean, this never should have happened.

Christine: I absolutely agree.

[ Cell phone buzzes ] I’m so sorry. I just have to take this. This is christine.

Chance: Hi, it’s chance. We got the tox screen back from phyllis’ blood sample.

Christine: And can I assume the results, based on the fact that you’re calling me at all?

Chance: Fatal levels of alkaloids in her blood stream, possibly from strychnine.

Christine: Poison?

Chance: Yeah. Christine, this is officially a homicide investigation.

Christine: Okay. Make me a case. I’ll take it from there.

Chance: Yeah, I’ll be in touch.

Lauren: Look at this. Michael took this picture of phyllis and me after a girl’s spa day. We had some bubbly and…

[ Sighs ] I will never understand why the universe chose now to take phyllis.

Chance: Summer. Hey.

Summer: I need your help.

Chance: All right. What can I do for you?

Summer: You and I are gonna expose my mom’s murderer.

Victoria: No, we don’t have to hold back anymore. I’m no longer saving my pennies from mccall unlimited. So if there is some sort of passion project that you want to pursue, or– or maybe some high-end acquisition, then I’d like to hear about it. Great. Yes. Put together a presentation and we can bring in finance and marketing and we’ll get a meeting on the books. All right.

Nick: Good afternoon.

Victoria: Hey. What are you doing here? I thought you’d be spending the day with summer.

Nick: I mean, that was my plan but every time I try and talk to her or offer to help with the service, she just tells me to back off and says she’s got it handled.

Victoria: Well, imagine that. The daughter of two unstoppable powerhouses, and… the granddaughter of an unmovable force wanting to take on the world herself.

Nick: What do you think I should do?

Victoria: Maybe don’t hover so much. Just give her a little space and make sure that you keep an eye on her, though, in case she’s taking on too much.

Nick: Yeah. She could also just be going all in as like a coping mechanism.

Victoria: Which is why you’re also at work today, I assume.

Nick: That’s part of it.

Victoria: Well, you know that your boss is not going to fire you for taking bereavement leave.

Nick: Well, you can’t fall behind, vic, with all of your grand plans and your corporate shopping sprees.

Victoria: I’m planning on putting some of my purchases on hold for a while.

Nick: Really? You waiting for a bigger fish to come along?

Victoria: No. No, I’m waiting for a whale.

Nick: Something bigger than the deal you just passed on?

Victoria: Gargantuan. There are far more lucrative fish in the sea than mccall unlimited.

Devon: Hey.

Tucker: Hey.

Devon: Come on in.

Tucker: Thanks. I wasn’t sure if you were gonna be up for company after what happened last night.

Devon: I still can’t believe that that happened at all.

Tucker: I know.

Devon: It is– phyllis was one of a kind.

Tucker: Yeah. Just a reminder to live life to the fullest, huh?

Devon: Yeah.

Tucker: Cherish the people around you… and don’t take the time you have left for granted, right?

Devon: Yeah, I agree with every word of that. Is that why you came over here?

Tucker: Yeah. If we’re gonna build a better relationship, we gotta start somewhere.

Devon: Baby steps.

Tucker: Right.

Devon: Yeah. Want a drink?

[ Chuckles ]

Tucker: What’s this?

Devon: It’s apple juice.

Tucker: I see.

Devon: It’s dominic’s favorite.

Tucker: Okay. Is it a good vintage?

Devon: I think so. Check the year.

Tucker: No, that’s right. Uh… family is all about give and take and I have something of relative value that I would like to pass on to you. You, um–

Devon: You’re talking about wanting me to buy your company as a backup plan in case the lawsuit goes bad, right?

Tucker: It’s the perfect solution.

Devon: Right. Uh. So, you need to know that lily and I had a conversation at the gala, after they had the dedication to neil.

Tucker: That was a beautiful gesture, by the way.

Devon: Yeah, it really was. And it made me stop and realize just how important family is. And for me that’s lily. So, she and i talked things through and that is why I will not be buying mccall.

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Tucker: [ Sighs ] Given that bit of news, you wouldn’t happen to have anything stronger than apple juice, would you?

Devon: Listen. I know it’s– it’s not what you want to hear but it is what it is.

Tucker: What is it, exactly? I’m trying to understand your thought process in this.

Devon: Yeah, I’m gonna be going back to work at chancellor winters, so I’m not gonna need to buy mccall unlimited.

Tucker: It is– it’s terrific news about you and lily mending fences. I– I mean that and, um, I’m happy for you.

Devon: Thank you.

Tucker: Um. But… do you really think there’ll be any lasting peace between you with the company going public?

Devon: It’s not gonna be an issue anymore.

Tucker: Since when?

Devon: Since jill decided to keep chancellor winters a private company.

Tucker: Oh. Well, congratulations all around then.

Devon: Thank you.

Tucker: Correct me if I’m wrong, but… that wouldn’t preclude you from acquiring mccall on your own, would it? Having a little something on the side.

Devon: I don’t– I don’t want to have anything on the side or any easy way out. This is my family company.

Tucker: Yeah. Leaves me on the horns of a dilemma, however. What to do with mccall?

Devon: Well, actually jill said that she would buy your company if you weren’t included in the deal.

Chance: Summer, you have more than enough on your plate right now.

Summer: Look, just hear me out. I know that it might sound crazy, but I am convinced that my mom’s death was not an accident and I’m not gonna give up until I know the whole truth.

Chance: We are investigating every possibility.

Summer: What if stark married her for her money and then he killed her to get it?

Chance: That’s the theory that your working with?

Summer: Well, diane has got to be involved. This feud has been going on for decades. She left town in disgrace. She had years to plot her revenge. She threatened my mom’s life the very same night that she died.

Chance: And you don’t think that could have been a coincidence?

Summer: Don’t you owe it to us to find out for sure?

Chance: That is what I plan to do, summer.

Summer: I know how to find out the truth.

Chance: Summer, I can’t let you get involved in a police investigation. Okay? Not only could you compromise the case but if anything would happen to you–

Summer: Just come to my mom’s memorial service. That could be part of a murder investigation, right? Come, see who shows up, study their demeanor.

Chance: Yeah, that is something that we are interested in doing.

Summer: Everyone who cared about my mom is gonna be there and people who wanted her dead. It’s guaranteed to be emotional. Tears, sadness, disbelief, and you’re gonna be there to see it all. Okay? Watch the mourners’ reactions. Study their behavior. Watch diane.

Chance: Summer–

Summer: No. No one was closer to my mom than I was and she tried to warn me. She tried to warn all of us and we just– we ignored her. We refused to believe her. She must have felt so alone and I know how that feels right now. Look, you don’t have to believe me. Just be there. Watch diane. Find the evidence and make her pay.

Chance: Okay. Listen. There’s something you should know.

Lauren: The gala wasn’t supposed to end that way. Phyllis’s life was not supposed to end in that moment. She had so much more life to live… with her kids, her– her grandkids and her new career path. I mean, she was always reinventing herself, from… the computers and the cosmetics and the magazine and the hotel. And I always held out hope that she would find… her true love. And then years down the line, we would be sitting in– in our caftans, poolside, drinking martinis and laughing. And talking about the extraordinary life that we had lived.

Christine: It’s, uh, heartbreaking… to lose someone. Yeah, you– you lose their laugh, their support…

[ Chuckles ] Their bad taste in movies. But most of all you, you… you miss the future that you expected to share together.

Lauren: I don’t think that we’re talking about phyllis anymore.

Christine: Uh, maybe not.

Lauren: Oh, honey. Are you ready to talk about what happened with paul? I– I mean, unless you think I’m overstepping.

Christine: Can friends really overstep at this point in our lives? I mean, we– we know each other so well and I know… that you’re hurting over phyllis.

Lauren: But you’re hurting too. So, talk to me.

[ Sighs ]

Christine: Paul and I had something really special, for a really long time. But now, that– that time has come…

[Staggered breath] To an end. Living with metastatic breast cancer

Victor: Hey, baby.

Nikki: Poor lauren. She’s really broken up about phyllis. A lot of people are.

[ Sighs ] So, what do you think you’re gonna have?

Victor: Oh, I don’t know.

[ Sighs ] What goes best with ungrateful daughter?

Nikki: Oh, victor. What were you expecting from victoria?

Victor: Loyalty, sweetheart. Loyalty. It’s as if she enjoys going up against me.

Niki: That is not true.

Victor: Yes, it is.

Nikki: She was merely making a sound business decision. You can’t take that personally.

Victor: Let me explain something to you. She refuses to buy mccall unlimited. Not because it’s good business, simply because she doesn’t want adam to be at the helm of it.

Nikki: I can see how upset you are about this. But I love how you’re allowing victoria to run newman enterprises without your assistance.

Nick: Well, I can’t say that I’m mad that the mccall deal isn’t moving forward.

Victoria: You were never a big fan of the idea.

Nick: No. But last time I talked to you, you were ready to go all in. What changed?

Victoria: Well, many factors played into my decision. Too many competing interests, too much interaction with tucker. It was just gonna be more trouble than it’s worth. That’s all.

Nick: Huh. You know, it’s a shame that nobody mentioned that much earlier in the process that those were the potential hazards or that you would be better off putting all of your energy and passion into a much more lucrative project.

Okay. Fine. You were right all along. I should have listened to you. Moving on.

Nick: No, no, no, no. Let’s– let’s not rush this. Let’s enjoy this moment. It feels great. So, how did dad take the news that you’re not buying this company for adam to run on his own? Is he on board with this?

Victoria: Oh, no, quite the opposite. And he’s making his disapproval terribly clear.

[ Chuckles ]

Nick: I do not like that smile.

Victoria: Nothing. I was just thinking about how I told dad that if he really wants to give adam a shiny new toy that he can break, well, he can buy him mccall unlimited with his own money. But I am keeping newman very, very far away from that disaster.

Tucker: Now, the deal was devon… to sell to you. Not jill. Not lily. You.

Devon: And why does that matter to you?

Tucker: Because I want it to be a family company. I– you’re my son. And I know that you don’t have much… loyalty to me, but… I want to be a part of your life. I wanna be a part of my grandson’s life and future.

Devon: Well, listen, man. I’m sure that you and I can figure out something. It’s just when it comes to doing business together–

Tucker: The thing is that– that… that I think you need mccall as much as it needs you, because, now, you can like it or not, you and I are cut from the same cloth.

Devon: I don’t–

Tucker: Yes. Yes. No, you are a lone wolf like me. You work best when you’re the one calling the shots, because you– you go with your gut and you follow your instincts. Which were spot on, by the way, when they told you to pull out of that chancellor merger. Right?

Devon: Right. My instincts are telling me right now that I need to get to my next meeting.

Tucker: Wait. Wait. Hold on. No, no, sit down. I wanna talk to you more about it.

Devon: I have nothing left to say to you. Okay? I’m sorry I’m not gonna buy your company. I appreciate you offering it to me. I’m sure you’re gonna figure out what to do with it. And as far as having a relationship with me and your grandson, just keep showing me that you’ve actually changed.

Tucker: I have changed.

Devon: All right. Like I said, there’s somewhere I need to be.

Chance: I’m gonna share some information with you. But I want you to promise to leave the detective work to me. I can’t have you snooping around, jeopardizing this case. You’re not nancy drew. So, leave it alone fine.

Summer: Fine.

Chance: Now, take a breath. Prepare yourself. This is gonna be tough.

Summer: Just say it.

Chance: We ran a toxicology test on your mother’s blood and we found a lethal amount of poison. Now that is all the details that I have right now. But what I can tell you–

Summer: So, it’s true.

[ Exhales ] She was having trouble speaking. She couldn’t stand, and… someone did that to her and they watched it happen.

Chance: The me says that the symptoms do line up with a severe case of poison.

Summer: It was diane.

Chance: We don’t know that.

Summer: Come on. They were up in that suite alone before they started fighting. It would have been the perfect opportunity for diane to poison my mom. Do they know her cause of death? Was it the accident, or–

Chance: The amount of toxins found in her blood was at a lethal level. So that is the probable cause of death.

[ Breathing shakily ] Hey. I understand this is a lot to take in right now. But summer, I really need you to understand that I am at the beginning of this investigation. So, I have to insist that you keep this between us.

Summer: I just found out that my mom was poisoned and you want me to keep it a secret?

Chance: If the truth gets out before I build a case, it could hinder our ability to get a conviction. That’s it.

Summer: How long?

Chance: Until I get more answers.

Summer: Oh, my god. Everybody has been trying to tell me that it was just a medical issue and then the accident. But I knew– I knew that that was wrong.

Chance: Can I count on you to keep this between us?

Summer: Can I count on you to be at the memorial service?

Chance: Summer, it’s your mother’s celebration of life. Do you really want to make that a part of the investigation?

Summer: Are you kidding me? She would love it. All the drama, the excitement. Besides, you already know all the players in her story. So, everybody’s gonna be comfortable around you. Chance… if you want to find my mom’s killer, that is where you need to be.

[ Sighs ]

Chance: All right. Let me know when and where.

Summer: I’M… saving those details.

Chance: Oh, so I guess you can keep a secret.

Summer: I’m just trying to prevent any of her enemies or… the media from causing any trouble.

Chance: Huh. Interesting choice.

Summer: I’ll let you know the details when the time is right. Will I see you?

Chance: Look, I can’t make any promises with any of this… but I’ll see what I can do. Not flossing well?

Victor: Baby, by telling me how impressed you were with my hands off attitude towards victoria, you’re also telling me you don’t want me to interfere in whatever she does.

Nikki: Darling, I would never presume to tell you what to do.

Victor: No, you would just… gently suggest it.

Nikki: Well, that’s what marriage is, a series of gentle suggestions.

Victor: What if I have a suggestion of my own for you?

Nikki: Well, I don’t need them because I’m already perfect.

Victor: Oh.

Nikki: And that is what you always tell me.

Victor: Oh, I forgot, baby. I forgot. How can I forget.

Nikki: And I know that you will stay out of victoria’s way because that is the smart thing to do.

Victor: Well, I can assure you that under no circumstances, will I interfere in what victoria endeavors to do. However, adam needs my full attention. More than any of his siblings. He is my priority.

Lauren: And being your friend for so long, you can’t convince me that you’re fine when I know you’re not. Tell me what happened.

Christine: Things have been off for months. Maybe longer. His frustration with his work and–

Lauren: I thought his retiring was so he could enjoy this next phase of his life.

Christine: In theory, yes. But… you know, the build up… to get to that decision was… intense. And then at christmas–

Lauren: You guys went skiing and you barely made it home in time to see danny.

Christine: Yeah, we went away to see if we could fix things. Not so long after we realized… we couldn’T.

Lauren: I’m so sorry. And I’m really glad you’re opening up about this now.

Christine: Yeah. It just felt really… strange to talk about it. And now, you know, paul’s in portugal and I’m back in the da’s office, so.

Lauren: You know that michael and I love you both. Right?

Christine: I do.

Lauren: And we’re here for you. Oh, honey. And if you want to complain about paul. I mean, honestly, who better to. Who would understand more than me, right? And if you want to talk, cry or scream, you call me. I’ll be there for you.

[ Sighs ]

Christine: Thank you.

[ Jeremy sighs ]

Chance: What are you doing here, stark?

Jeremy: In my late wife’s suite, collecting her belongings. What are you doing here?

Chance: Looking into all potential evidence, which I’m sure you can appreciate.

Jeremy: And just now you’re coming to this room? I guess you’ll have an arrest by the end of the year.

Chance: Arrest for what?

Jeremy: I told you. Diane. She was responsible for phyllis’ death. Now, I don’t know how, but she did something. So, I guess you’re here collecting more evidence against her.

Chance: Yeah, we got all hands on deck, don’t you worry about that.

Jeremy: I want to see everything you’ve uncovered so far. I want to know your next steps.

Chance: Yeah, I forgot that’s how it works. I usually share every facet of my investigation with ex-cons.

Jeremy: Well, I’m her husband. Doesn’t that count for something?

Chance: Yeah. Sure. You get a mention in the obituary. You know what? Now, that I got you here, stark. I’d like to ask you some questions.

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Devon: Mr. Newman.

Victor: Hey, devon.

Devon: It’s good to see you.

Victor: Yeah, please have a seat.

Devon: Thank you very much.

Victor: How are you, my man?

Devon: Doing well.

Victor: Probably wondering why I asked you to join me.

Devon: Oh, I have a couple of guesses.

Victor: Oh, yeah. Why don’t you give me an update.

Devon: What would you like an update on?

Victor: Well, my grandson, for one, and then what’s your involvement now with chancellor winters?

Devon: Your grandson is doing fantastic.

Victor: I’m glad to hear that.

Devon: Really fantastic. He’s getting bigger by the minute. And, uh– I think you’ll be happy to hear that, after some careful consideration, I’ve decided to drop the lawsuit and give my partnership with lily another try.

Victor: Well, that’s great news. All I can tell you is that, you know, family working together, there’s nothing like it. Primarily when it’s successful.

Devon: Yeah. Well, you seem to swear by it.

Victor: Yeah.

Devon: But, uh, I know that your interest in chancellor winters goes a little beyond friendship.

Victor: How do you mean that?

Devon: I mean that there’s only like a handful of people in town with the kind of money to invest enough to get jill to forget about the ipo.

Victor: Hmm. Well, it isn’t even a handful, you know.

Devon: No.

Victor: You know one person.

Devon: Yeah.

Victor: You’re looking at him.

Devon: I thought so. Now, uh, did you invest for the reason I think you did?

Victoria: I don’t believe you. Dad is bending over backwards for somebody who despises us. That doesn’t bother you?

Nick: Vic, he’s like any other father out there trying to help his kid navigate some tough terrain. Would you do any different for katie or johnny?

Victoria: Adam is a grown man.

Nik: Does it matter? I know there isn’t anything I wouldn’t do for summer right now… or you.

Victoria: There it is.

[ Sighs ] One of your insufferable qualities. Any time I’ve tried to push you out of my life, any time I’ve asked you to leave me alone, you’ve… always refused to give up on me.

Nick: Stubborn, I guess. Runs in the family, you know.

Victoria: You know, that’s what summer needs right now.

Nick: Yeah, she said–

Victoria: No. She’s lost her mother and her best friend. So no matter what she says, she’s never needed you more, nicholas.

Nick: Yeah, I’ll… try to track her down–

Victoria: No, no. The rest of the world can wait. Summer needs you right now.

Chance: Well, I spoke with the county register. I confirmed your marriage to phyllis.

Jeremy: Well, I hope that means you’ll be trusting me now.

Chance: Are you aware that she signed a new will? Had it notarized?

Jeremy: Well, that’s nothing new. A new marriage and all.

Chance: Where you stand to inherit a very large portion of her estate. That’s a big chunk of change.

Jeremy: I haven’t even had time to grieve. Why would I be worried about paperwork and finances?

Chance: That’s a good question.

Jeremy: So, you’re probably working on a theory, detective. So, tell me, why did I marry phyllis?

Chance: The money. You needed it. She had it. You convinced her that you two are a lot alike, wanted the same things. And she was lonely enough to believe you. And then you were in such a hurry to get your hands on your new inheritance, that you terminated your new bride. Now, if you could frame diane at the same time… that’s even better. Right? Keep it quilted means you keep it the best…

Victor: Neil winters was a good friend of mine. Wish he was still around. Having said that, as a father… I have also been witness, unfortunately, to a lot of fights between my kids, you know.

Devon: Yeah.

Victor: So I’ve decided I want to bring peace, wherever I can.

Devon: Well, that’s very kind of you.

Victor: Yeah.

Devon: That is. You didn’t also do it to get a foothold in our company, did you?

Victor: Well, don’t you worry about that because I’m mostly concerned with newman enterprises and will remain concerned about that. Okay?

Devon: Okay. What about down the line when we, uh, may become rivals?

Victor: It’d be great.

Devon: Yeah?

Victor: Just remember that I have an advantage. I invested in both companies. So it’s a win/ win situation for me.

Devon: This is true.

Victor: You know what I’m saying?

Devon: Listen, I also– I appreciate you looking out for my and lily’s relationship and for also wanting to honor neil the way you did with that tribute. It was very, very kind. Um, but… I had thought that you may have invested to keep me from buying mccall unlimited.

Nikki: Well, how’s my favorite granddaughter?

Summer: I, uh, promise not to tell faith that you said that. Grandma, what are you doing here?

Nikki: Darling, even the strongest people need someone to lean on at a time like this.

Summer: Do you feel better now?

Nikki: Yes, I do. Thank you for humoring me. So, what are we doing?

Summer: Um, I’ve got it all covered. At least 95% of it.

Nikki: Planning phyllis’ memorial?

Summer: It’s the last thing that I’ll be able to do for her. So… it’s gotta be perfect.

[ Knock on door ]

Nikki: You want me to get that?

Summer: I’ve got it.

Nick: Vic made me track you down.

Summer: Is this whole family secretly plotting against me?

Nick: Yeah, I guess we are.

Nikki: Yes, we are secretly scheming to show you how much we love you.

Summer: Well, your secret’s out.

Nick: Summer, we’re here and we’re family. You don’t need to put a brave face on, okay? If you need to cry, then just do it.

Summer: I don’t want to cry. I’m not sad. I’m furious. It’s just not fair. I don’t know why this had to happen to her.

Nick: It’s just a senseless accident.

Summer: No. See, that’s the thing. That’s just it. That is what is driving me crazy and I just– I wish that I could make you understand.

Nick: I know. It’s gonna be okay.

>>Nikki: Darling, I know it doesn’t seem like it now, but… we will get through this.

Jeremy: I would never cause phyllis harm.

Chance: Because of your deep, abiding love, huh?

Jeremy: Well, we never know what could have been. If we’d only had more time. I’m sure our relationship shocked friends and family and certain enemies.

Chance: How did you two, uh–

Jeremy: Find each other?

Chance: Yeah.

Jeremy: Age old story of two lonely souls, both rejected by polite society and who found comfort with each other. But more than that, phyllis thought that I could do what no man could do for her, protection.

Chance: From what?

Jeremy: Diane. Phyllis was afraid of diane and what would happen if they were ever alone together. She believed that diane was more afraid of me and thought diane would keep her distance.

Chance: So you married her?

Jeremy: Phyllis saw what everyone refused to acknowledge. Diane is dangerous. She tried to sound the alarm, but no one believed her. Instead, they chose to excuse and ignore all the hatred that flowed from that woman towards my wife.

Chance: Well, some people might say that was a two-way street.

Jeremy: Phyllis was just telling the truth. Trying to warn her family and friends, nothing more. Diane wanted to silence phyllis and the only way she could would be to destroy her.

Chance: And no one thought that they should contact the police?

Jeremy: Yeah, like some disinterested officer could write it off as some petty disagreement? Why don’t you stop blaming the victim and go out and get the evidence you need to prosecute the guilty.

Chance: That is the plan. So, if you’ll excuse me.

Jeremy: By all means. I don’t want to get in the way of your work. For people who are a little intense about hydration.

Victor: Well, devon. Here’s to you returning to chancellor-winters.

Devon: Thank you very much.

Victor: Yep. Having said that, I have to be honest with you, I would hate to go into a bidding war for tucker mccall’s company.

Devon: Oh, you will not have to worry about that one bit. Because I’ve given it a lot of thought and it’s– it’s just not where I’m meant to be. My heart wouldn’t be in it.

Victor: Your relationship with tucker mccall is difficult, isn’t it?

Devon: Uh, if by difficult, you mean I don’t really trust him, then it’s very difficult. Yes. And as bad as things got with lily…

Victor: You don’t need to add mccall to your list of problems.

Devon: Not the man or the company. So, if you still want it, I’m out. You can take your shot.

Victor: Well.. I would be disingenuous if i wasn’t hoping for this outcome. So, cheers, my friend.

[ Glasses clinking ]

Devon: Cheers.

[ Knock on the door]

Jeremy: What’d you find?

Chance: We’ve been through this, stark. You’re not in the loop.

Jeremy: It’s diane’s room. That’s the room you should be searching.

Chance: I appreciate it. I’ll put it in the suggestion box.

Jeremy: Look, we’re all working on a common goal here, detective. Justice for phyllis. Look, have you any idea what my wife went through? Knowing that the person she feared somehow got to her. Was she still conscious in the ambulance? I mean, was she– was she dead when it caught fire? That’s what I think about. I think about what my wife went through. And you know what? I want someone to pay.

Chance: Did you come all the way back here to tell me that?

Jeremy: Yeah, that and if you want to search my room, it’s available. I assume you’re gonna go after the husband instead of the actual killer.

Jeremy: The last time I searched your room, stark. I scored enough evidence to put you away for a long time.

[ Jeremy laughs ]

Jeremy: We know that was wrong. But this time, do it better. Get the truth and make it stick.

Chance: It’s chancellor. Yeah, I need you to check on a commercial gray bottle of strychnine for me. Serial number h869312. Need to find out where it came from, who bought it.

Nikki: Whenever and wherever you need me, darling, I will be there.

Nick: And get used to having a helicopter dad again. Not because I think you need one, but I know it’s what your mother would want.

Summer: It’s funny. I do, uh, still feel like she’s watching over me.

Nick: Well, that kind of love that phyllis had for you and daniel, it never disappears.

Summer: You know what? I’m glad that you two came over here. It’s inspired me to get this done.

Nikki: Okay, I apologize in advance, but honey, do you need any help?

Summer: No. I just need to nail down the most important part, the location, and then I can make the announcement.

Nick: What is so important about the location?

Phyllis: The jazz lounge? What are you up to, summer?

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