Y&R Transcript Monday, May 29, 2023

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Lily: Hello. The only thing you’re gonna find at the bottom of that coffee cup is a case of the jitters.

[ Lily laughing ] Are you still not sleeping?

Daniel: Is it that obvious?

Lily: Well, only to the trained eye.

Daniel: Do you want a cup?

Lily: Um, no, I’m good. I’m gonna be charged and centered.

Daniel: Yoga?

Lily: Yeah. You wanna join me?

[ Daniel chuckling ] No? Okay.

[ Lily laughing ] You know you can always call me, right? Even if it’s the middle of the night. I really wish there was something I could do to help you.

Daniel: Would you, um, would you actually come up to my room for a minute? I gotta tell you something.

Phyllis: Every slug leaves a trail. Where’s your trail, stark? And will it help clear my name?

[ Phyllis sighing ]

Diane: Summer, where are you sneaking off to and what’s in all the bags?

Victor: Good morning, detective.

Chance: Morning.

Victor: How are you?

Chance: I’m all right. How’re you doing?

Victor: All right. You know, I often thought about our last few conversations and I now have a deep understanding of what happened between you and abby. So, if I said things to you that were hurtful, I apologize. You got every reason to raise a fist against me.

Chance: At you? I’d be foolish to try.

[ Victor chuckling ]

Victor: Anyway, I think you’re a good man. You do well. All right?

Chance: I appreciate that.

Victor: Okay. Before you go, let me ask you something else. The accusations against diane jenkins regarding the murder of phyllis summers, are they true?

Chance: I know this is not what you wanna hear, victor, but I am not at liberty to divulge any information about an open investigation.

Victor: So, this is your polite way of saying you won’t keep me in the loop?

Chance: It’s exactly what I’m saying.

Victor: All right. Have a good day.

Chance: You too.

Victor: Nate. Very good. Have a seat, old boy.

Nate: Thank you.

Victor: What a beautiful day outside. Now, I’m starving. What are you having?

Nate: Uh, just curious as to why I’m here. Is this a meeting about newman media or is this a barbecue and I’m what’s on the grill?

Victoria: Good morning, billy.

Billy: Ooh, la, la! What do we have here? Who the heck are you?

Victoria: Same me I’ve always been.

Billy: No, this is a decidedly different ms. Newman than I’ve seen in a very long time. You got a little pep in your step.

Victoria: Well, it could be the shoes. I had them flown in from milan.

Billy: I noticed the shoes. It’s not your shoes. No, this is–

Victoria: A woman on the top of her game. So, how’s everything going at jabot?

Billy: You’re trying to change the subject and I can’t let that happen because it’s me.

Victoria: You know, I was having such a lovely morning until I ran into you.

[ Billy chuckling ]

Billy: Just tell me what I wanna know and I’ll go away.

Victoria: Quietly?

Billy: You know me too well, just like I know you. So, this pep in your step, when do I get to meet the guy? I used to wait to run my dishwasher

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Victoria: All right. As a matter of fact, yes, I am seeing someone.

Billy: Well, now, look at you. That’s great. I’m very happy to hear that.

Victoria: Thank you.

Billy: Look, you went through hell with he-who-shall-not-be-named. Those shenanigans are enough to put anyone off of love and romance. So, who is the guy?

Victoria: It’s nate hastings.

Billy: That’s funny. Same name as the guy who’s living with elena dawson.

Victoria: He’s not anymore.

Billy: I should hope not.

Victoria: And before you say anything, billy, I have no intention of introducing him to the kids in the near future, so.

Billy: I hadn’t even gotten there yet, vic.

Victoria: Well, what happened to all of your support? The “way to go, victoria?” Am I about to get a ticket from the billy abbott morality police?

Summer: Oh, um, I was just getting donations together for the clothing drive at the women’s center.

Diane: Oh, how charitable of you? I– I wish I would’ve known. I’m sure there’s a few things I could have added.

Summer: Well, they do it a few times a year, so. Uh, and this one actually is just for kids’ clothes, so.

Diane: Oh, I see.

Summer: I’ll let you know next time.

Diane: Oh, please do. You know, I wish I could go with you and help out. I’m going crazy stuck in this house.

Summer: It’s just as well, because I– I think I’m gonna go for a long drive afterwards to clear my head, you know.

Diane: Of course. Summer, I don’t mean to keep you.

Summer: What’s up?

Diane: I’m sorry. I’m sure you’re wondering what I’m apologizing for, but I’m sorry that my situation is causing so much stress between you and kyle.

Summer: Kyle and I are gonna be fine.

Diane: Well, just know that I want this case resolved as much as you do. More even.

Summer: I’m sure that you do, diane.

Diane: Yeah. And while I have my own issues with your mother and the horrible position that she’s put us all in, especially you, I want you to know that I– I do still care for you. And I am here for you and kyle, whatever you need, just let me know.

Summer: Thanks.

Daniel: Thank you for giving me a minute. I don’t even know how to say this.

Lily: That’s okay. Is it about lucy?

Daniel: No, she couldn’t be better.

Lily: Okay. Good. Is it work? And I’m– I’m asking as your friend, not your boss.

Daniel: We are on schedule and under budget.

Lily: Okay. Good. I love hearing that.

[ Lily laughing ] It’s about your mom?

Daniel: That’s the one. Yeah. That whole general area right there.

Lily: Yeah. What’s going on?

Daniel: Did you notice that I haven’t been grieving as much as I was when we first heard about what happened?

Lily: Well, I mean, everyone grieves differently. That’s natural.

Daniel: No, there is nothing natural about it and that’s the whole point. There are things that have happened that I had no control over, but I did not do something and I regret it.

Lily: What did you not do?

Daniel: I did not tell you the truth. And it’s only because I was sworn to secrecy and I don’t know. The whole thing is just driving me crazy.

Lily: Okay, daniel, what’s going on? What happened?

Daniel: My mother is alive.

Daniel: So that’s, um, that’s the whole story for now. Can you say something please?

[ Lily exhaling ]

Lily: I– I don’t think I can, ’cause I think if I do, you’re gonna end up hating me.

Daniel: No, never.

Lily: Daniel, like what? Like what– what world does your mother think it’s okay to fake her own death?

Daniel: I mean, in her defense–

Lily: Are you– are you being serious right now?

Daniel: She wanted to end the charade, but stark stopped her. I mean, he tried to kill her, so she had to stop him first.

Lily: Sorry. Stop him how?

Daniel: It was self-defense.

Lily: Wait, are you telling me that she killed jeremy stark?

Daniel: He attacked her first. He attacked her first.

Lily: I– I– I– I– I don’t even know what to say. Nope. Not gonna say anything. It’s your mother. You thought she was gone and you’re happy she’s back and that’s your priority.

Daniel: Listen, I brought you here because I wanna hear what you have to say.

Lily: Daniel, this is not what a mother does. A mother protects her children and behaves in a way to show her children how to behave in the world, whether you’re an adult or a child. She let you think that she was dead. She let you grieve and then she kills jeremy’s stark? She frames diane. She won’t come home to clear diane until she’s sure that she’s off scot-free. I am sorry, but your mother is selfish and she’s a coward.

Victor: Now, this is not a grilling, it’s a friendly catch up. It’s been a while.

Nate: It has.

Victor: You’ve seen our family go through ups and downs. We have known you for a while.

Nate: Things were, uh, complicated then.

Victor: Yeah, that’s putting it mildly. So, you’ve learned how our family operates.

Nate: I’m gonna take a stab in the dark. I’m here because nick is opposed to me on every level. Not only does he want me out of newman media because of sally, now, he’s questioning my character.

Victor: I form my own opinion about people, nate.

Nate: I appreciate that about you.

Victor: So, it’s no secret that your relationship with my daughter, victoria, has gone beyond the professional.

Nate: This is true.

Victor: But as her father, you can imagine that I would like to know a bit more about you personally. What do you think?

Nate: I like that very much.

Billy: So, I’m a hypocrite for having an opinion about nate?

Victoria: Oh, having it is one thing, but sharing it with me, that’s another thing.

Billy: Okay, fair enough. The view from my glasshouse is legendary. So, how about this? I’ll put down my sticks and stones if you do the same thing. No talk of romance or relationships or any of that. We’ll talk about the kids. How about them kids, huh?

Victoria: Let’s talk about the kids, yeah. You know, johnny, he, um, he’s been going on and on about this big family dinner that you had the other night.

Billy: Yeah. Crazy times.

Victoria: Yeah. You wanna remind me of that eclectic guest list again? It was your ex and her current and your girlfriend and johnny and connor and daniel’s daughter.

Billy: All came out of the blue.

Victoria: Yeah. Well, I can’t see anybody wanting to plan that on purpose.

Billy: It was the spur of the moment and we went with it.

Victoria: That’s nice.

Billy: You actually sound like you mean that.

Victoria: I do. I’ve heard lucy’s name mentioned around the house a few times, so i guess she’s made a real impression on our son.

Billy: Yeah. Felt like there was a little something in the air. How about that? We’re all following our hearts, as it should be. ‘Cause you never know who life is gonna throw your way.

Victoria: Yeah, that’s true. God knows I didn’t– I didn’t see this coming–

Billy: Careful. This is a risky conversation. But since you brought it up, are you happy?

Victoria: I’m very happy.

Billy: Then, I’m happy for you.

Victoria: Thank you. Because at this point I would hate to have to hide anything in my life. And work and family and personal, it just– it keeps getting better and better.

Chance: What’s new in the lab? Please tell me you’re calling about that miracle I asked you to work? Yeah. What do you got? Walk me through it. Okay. Yeah. What do you know? Okay. Yeah. Thank you. I, uh, I owe you big time. Dinner it is. Absolutely. Yeah. You’re the best. We’ll see you.

Phyllis: Everybody leaves breadcrumbs, stark. Everyone. There’s gotta be some sketchy search or some email you forgot to encrypt. Something that gives me proof that I did the right thing by defending myself. I’ll find it.

[ Door knob jiggling ] Oh, it’s you. Good, good, good. Oh, my gosh. I missed you. Not just because I’m starting to talk to myself and I am really starting to talk to myself, just so you know. Are you okay?

Summer: Yeah, I’ve been better.

Phyllis: Oh, all right. Good. I’m glad you’re okay. So, so…

[ Summer exhaling ] Did anyone see you in the lobby?

Summer: No, I took the stairs.

Phyllis: Okay, good.

Summer: What have you found out?

Phyllis: Um, I’m trying to find out something about that emt guy.

Summer: The one that stark paid off?

Phyllis: Yeah, his name is carson.

Summer: Oh, I’m sure that stark paid really well. He’s probably living on a tropical island by now.

Phyllis: Well, I mean, it’s not a lost cause. We can still find some proof.

[ Laughs ] So, um, talk to me about, you know, your monster in-law. I mean, is she just in all her glory wrecking me over the coals because she knows I’m alive?

Summer: She restrains herself.

Phyllis: Hm. Does she? There are other ways to be awful. Trust me. What about christine? She still doesn’t buy daniel’s story that I’m alive?

Summer: Oh, my god, daniel. I–

Phyllis: Oh, my god, daniel what?

Summer: I don’t wanna talk about him, okay? He opened his big mouth to the wrong people.

Phyllis: Okay. Well, I mean, I understand what you’re saying and I have a problem with him doing that too. I mean, I would’ve loved to have more time to come up with a plaN.

Summer: What we needed was an ironclad justification for what you did. That was supposed to be step one.

Phyllis: Let’s look at things from daniel’s perspective, okay? Let’s just–

Summer: No. I don’t wanna look at it from daniel’s perspective. I don’t– I don’t understand his perspective and I’m never going to. Ultomiris is for adults with generalized myasthenia gravis

Phyllis: All right. Sorry. I don’t wanna tell you how to think or feel. You’re an adult. I just hate it that my kids are at odds, that’s all.

Summer: I just don’t– I don’t understand why he’s so infuriating. I– I literally asked him to do the simplest thing.

Phyllis: Well, it’s because he’s danny’s son. And danny has a moral compass that’s just stuck at do the right thing.

Summer: What does that say about ours?

Phyllis: Well, our moral compass is sort of like, uh, you know, do what you have to do. Do what’s necessary to get the job done. Listen, if you both had been raised by me, daniel would be, you know, more like us. You know, more shoot from the hip, more flexible.

Summer: Didn’t turn out that way, did it?

Phyllis: No. But you know what? We’re a family. We are a family, summer. And sometimes we disagree and we fight and we do the wrong thing, but we make up. I mean, look at me. I came back from the dead. Anything can happen, so.

Summer: Mom, I sincerely hope that you have a backup plan.

Phyllis: Obviously, I have a backup plan.

Summer: One that doesn’t involve you disappearing if things don’t go your way?

Phyllis: Yeah. You know what I wanna do? I wanna repair what’s been broken. I did this. I ruined the relationship between you and your brother, okay? I wanna repair that. I mean, I cannot believe that I’ve put you guys in this position, all right?

Summer: Mom, what you need to do is focus on clearing your name so that you can come back to us for real. My relationship with him, it’s not a priority.

Lily: Look, I’m sorry. That came out a lot harsher than I meant it to.

Daniel: No. No. I mean, if we can’t be honest with each other, why even bother, right?

Lily: Look, I understand your mom’s instinct to wanna run away from what’s coming for her, but at some point, you have to face your fears. And what she’s doing is she’s taking the easy way out.

Daniel: She’s not gonna stay gone forever.

Lily: No. Just until she faces zero consequences.

Daniel: She’s coming back one way or the other.

Lily: Really? Are you sure?

Daniel: Yeah. I have to be sure because, you know, the alternative is… it’s unthinkable.

Lily: God, I– I hate what her choices are doing to you.

Daniel: What was it like for you? After the accident with hilary. Going to prison.

Lily: It was awful, you know. I didn’t wanna go, but I knew that I wouldn’t be able to look at myself or look devon in the eyes again if I didn’t pay for what I did. Like someone died because of my actions. There has to be consequences to that.

Daniel: Prison must have been brutal.

Lily: Yeah, of course, but, you know, there’s a silver lining to everything. And I met a lot of amazing women. You know, I got to help a few and– and I came out stronger for it.

Daniel: Not many people would’ve done what you did.

Lily: I don’t think that’s true, daniel.

Daniel: Look at my mother. I mean, she’s willing to frame an innocent woman and let her go to prison for murder, and summer, summer’s not much better. She’s following right behind mom in her footsteps.

Lily: Absolutely. I agree with you. And I do not respect their choices, but I support you and I know that you love them.

Daniel: Yeah, I do love them, but I don’t know if that’s enough anymore. I mean, how the heck are we supposed to ever be a family again?

Victor: If I hadn’t seen that with my own eyes, I wouldn’t have believed it.

Nate: That is an incredible story.

Victor: I know, right? Another example of how life can surprise you when you least expect it, you know?

Nate: Truer words were never spoken.

Victor: That’s right.

Nate: You know, um, I know you’ve heard this a thousand times, but you’re the reason I enrolled in business courses in college.

Victor: You serious?

Nate: Yes. I– I picked up a copy of your biography, man and myth.

Victor: That was from another lifetime.

Nate: I wanted to learn more about the company and the man that meant so much to neil.

Victor: Yeah, well, neil was one of the few men I trusted, you know?

Nate: Yeah.

Victor: He was a good friend.

Nate: Yeah. Deeply missed. And, uh, as I got deeper and learned more about your life, what struck me was how you managed to create so much, build so many companies from practically nothing

Victor: Got lucky.

Nate: [ Laughs ] I’d say it’s more than that. But I admire your modesty, as well as the way you’ve nurtured and raised your daughter.

Victor: So, just cut to the chase, nate. What are your plans for my daughter?

Christine: Hey, I got your message. You said you had news?

Chance: I just got off the phone with the lab.

Christine: So, the results are in? Okay. Break it to me gently. How bad is it?

Chance: You might wanna sit down for this. Hi.

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Nate: You’re, uh, asking my intention vis a vis victoria?

Victor: You’ve known her for years. In fact, you were best man at her wedding to ashland locke.

Nate: I wish I’d known then what I know now.

Victor: Don’t we all?

Nate: I know a few ceos and even fewer surgeons who are shrinking violets. I think what led me to medicine was my mother. I wanted to follow the example she set, so when I learned I couldn’t operate anymore, um, I felt I needed a new outlet.

Victor: Ah. Let me ask you, doing surgery must be incredibly stressful.

Nate: Indeed, it was. Yeah. But I– I lost that gift and found I had another in business.

Victor: Uh-huh.

Nate: And victoria has been a big part of that. Her support, her faith in me. She accepts me for who I am and where I am. It’s been, um, it’s been a hard road lately. I’m not sure how much you’ve heard.

Victor: Some.

Nate: Mm-hmm. When your family turns their backs on you, when they revile you, say you’re bringing shame to the name that you’re different.

Victor: And you feel less than appreciated.

Nate: [ Laughs ] Exactly. So, it’s reassuring to be appreciated so fearlessly.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Nate: I need people like her in my life.

Victor: Now, you know what she had to endure during her marriage with ashland locke.

Nate: Oh, I would never undermine her or the company in any way. Hell, she’d never allow it, neither would you.

Lily: Forget about my feelings about phyllis and summer and what they did, okay? What matters is you helping your sister get your mom back here to clear diane, okay? Do it for diane. Do it for yourselves. It’s the only way to move forward.

Daniel: Yeah. What mom did–

Lily: Let a judge and jury decide what should happen.

Daniel: There’s no way summer or mom are gonna let that happen.

Lily: Well, you know what? You’re not responsible for their choices. You’re responsible for your own. And that includes you mending things with your sister.

Daniel: Summer doesn’t want anything to do with me.

Lily: Why not?

Daniel: Because I opened the vault. I told everyone that mom was alive.

Lily: Yeah. You were just doing what you thought was best for your mom.

Daniel: Exactly. I mean, I thought michael could come up with a solid self-defense case while diane was being cleared of the charges against her.

Lily: Okay. Look, just let michael deal with the legal stuff. All that matters right now is you fixing things between the three of you. You will never regret giving someone forgiveness and grace because that’s who you are.

Summer: You know what? There’s a lot that I would do for you, a lot. Because you’re my mom and I love you, but I’m– I’m sorry you don’t get to dictate how I feel about your other child.

Phyllis: My other child? Seriously? You won’t even say his name? Summer, what is this? This is not nothing.

Summer: What we need to focus on right now is this mess that you’ve created.

Phyllis: That jeremy stark created. I was manipulated.

Summer: Yeah. Your husband.

Phyllis: Summer, I made a mistake.

Summer: Mom, this mistake– this mistake is gonna land you in prison if we don’t get this right.

Phyllis: That laptop right there, that’s gonna bolster my case.

Summer: Okay. Well, I would hope that you’d be doing more than online shopping on this thing, so it’s good.

Phyllis: I got that at a pawn shop.

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Summer: Is there anything in there that would help you?

Phyllis: Well, I haven’t come up with anything yet, but I’m doing research on, you know, jeremy stark’s emails. I’m doing a deep dive.

Summer: Okay. Anything there that would prove your case?

Phyllis: To support my claim of self-defense? That’s what you mean, right?

Summer: Yes.

Phyllis: No, I haven’t found anything yet. Summer, I will. Summer, you gotta trust me. And we gotta think smarter. You know why?

Summer: Tell me.

Phyllis: Because the two of us together are way smarter than jeremy stark ever was. And there is something out there that will get me off the hook for this. I know it and we will find it.

Chance: The program from phyllis’s memorial was covered in prints. And miracle of all miracles, we managed to get dna results from the tear stains.

Christine: And what did they tell you?

Chance: Everything is a match for the deceased.

[ Diane sighing ]

Billy: Hi.

Diane: Hey.

Billy: How you doing?

Diane: I’m good. How about you?

Billy: Good. Good. Is, uh, is the man of the manor home?

Diane: Oh, no, no, no. He went off on an adventure.

Billy: An adventure? For what?

Diane: Oh, precious treasure. He’s buying me a book.

[ Laughs ] Can you imagine the sites he’s going to see today? People on the street enjoying their day, cars passing by. Bits of conversation that have nothing to do with my court case.

Billy: Sounds like you need to get out more.

Diane: Yeah. Tell it to my ankle monitor. So, what brings you by?

Billy: I just wanted to talk to jack, little bit of jabot business.

Diane: Oh. Well, tell me everything. How’s it going for you there?

Billy: Sounds like you’re running outta ways to spend your time, huh? You know, I have a whole list of podcasts you can listen to.

Diane: Oh, true crime? Not my thing f or obvious reasons.

Billy: That’s good. You’re still working on your gallows humor.

Diane: Yeah, it comes with the territory, you know?

Billy: So, what’s going on there? Any new developments?

Diane: Same old, same old. I am still innocent and I can’t wait for everyone else to know that too.

Billy: Well, how do we make that happen? Because if you don’t rise up out of this as a free woman, it could very well destroy my brother and quite possibly my entire family.

Victor: Well, nate, this has been edifying. Thank you for your candor.

Nate: It’s been my pleasure. I always enjoy spending time with you, victor, with the icon and with the man.

Victor: I’m sure we’ll see each other soon again?

Nate: Count on it.

Victor: All right.

Victoria: What did I miss?

Victor: What do you mean? What did– were you spying on us? You could have joined us.

Victoria: No, I wasn’T. I was walking back to the office and I saw the two of you talking. I didn’t wanna intrude. It looked important.

Victor: It was.

Victoria: Well, are you gonna tell me anything else about the results of your grilling?

Victor: Why do you always assume that I grill people? Can’t I just have a normal conversation with someone?

Victoria: [ Laughs ] No, not that I know of. So?

Victor: He’s all right. He’s a good guy.

Victoria: Yeah, he’s driven. He’s very ambitious.

Victor: Well, now those are qualities that I really appreciate, unlike your brother.

Victoria: But do you approve of us, daddy?

Victor: You don’t need my approval. Yes, I do.

Chance: So, they matched the dna from the tear stains to the blood sample that was recovered from the crash. And as for the prints–

Christine: Yeah. Well, for all the time she’s been brought up on charges, her fingerprints are definitely in the system.

Chance: A match.

Christine: So, what’s the rest of the bad news?

Chance: Since the programs from the memorial were printed after her death–

Christine: It can only mean one thing. Phyllis is alive. Oh, how I would love to get my hands on phyllis summers. Don’t you quote me on that.

Chance: Didn’t hear a thing.

Christine: I– I’m glad she’s alive, but I’ve never wanted to kill someone as much as I wanna murder her right now.

Chance: It was a lot simpler when she was dead. This is off the record, by the way.

Christine: Damn it, phyllis. This was supposed to be my great return to the prosecutor’s office, and she engineered this whole thing. What in the hell was she thinking? And now you’re telling me she did actually show up at her memorial? Think about that. She watched her family grieve and give their eulogies and cried. I mean, what kind of narcissistic, self-absorbed, twisted personality does such a thing?

Chance: She could have got the programs from stark.

Christine: Oh, and cried afterwards? Why? Because she was so moved by the type setting?

Chance: Maybe her conscience was getting to her after she thought about what she did.

Christine: I mean, think about it. She did all of this, all of it to make one woman suffer. It was vindictive. It was vicious. And if she went to all this trouble to fake her death, you can be damn sure she went to that memorial. She watched it play out. God, I wish I had thought and believed that phyllis was alive.

Chance: And the plan was for me to keep eyes on the suspect. I didn’t know I was supposed to watch out for the victim too.

Christine: You know what really gets me? All these big fish in the small pond, bending the law to fit their needs, they want us to protect them and give them resources when a crime is committed against them, but when they’re the ones that cross the line, no, they want us to look the other way. Well, forget it. I am gonna make sure they all get the justice they deserve.

Daniel: There is, uh, something that we haven’t discussed.

Lily: What is it?

Daniel: How good are you at keeping secrets?

Lily: Daniel, I’m not gonna say anything to anyone. I promise you.

Daniel: You have this quality that makes me wanna tell you things. I’m just wondering if I should ignore that voice in the back of my head.

Lily: Look, I am here to support you, but from what you told me, I’m not the only one who knows about this. So when it goes public, there will be fallout.

Daniel: Yeah, I know. I thought about that. No one’s gonna come out at this looking good, including me.

Lily: Look, I’m here for you, okay? I know who you are.

Phyllis: This is all extraordinary. All of these snacks.

[ Phyllis laughing ]

Summer: Guess everything tastes better when you’re in hiding.

Phyllis: Well, you know what? I was right when I called you my secret weapon. You are. You know all the foods that I love, even the products I love.

Summer: Mom, those are your products that you left at the grand phoenix when, you know.

Phyllis: Oh, when diane poisoned me and I died? Okay. Listen, I’m not trying to make a joke. I’m sorry. I’m sorry for what I did. And I want you to know I’m going to spend the rest of my very long life trying to make it up to you and your brother.

Summer: Focus on clearing your name so you actually can come back to life, okay? I didn’t do all of this just so you could go to prison.

Phyllis: All right. I’ll do my best.

[ Summer sighing ]

Summer: But for the time being, this room, this is your prison cell, okay? Until further notice. I– I’m serious, mom. Don’t leave this room for any reason.

Phyllis: You don’t trust me?

Summer: No. Stay put.

Diane: She who laughs last laughs loudest. Just wait and see.

Billy: Do you have a judge in your pocket?

Diane: Better. I have truth on my side.

Billy: I’m sure half of the people in prison say the same thing, so… what is it? Do you know something that your lawyers don’t?

Diane: Just this, I have no intention of going to prison for phyllis’s murder. They’ll clear my name. They have to. My future with jack depends on it.

Christine: Phyllis and stark did all of this. They fabricated and planted the evidence that directed us right to diane.

Chance: Yeah, a lot of work went into this plan.

Christine: They had the entire town grieving. They exploited the services of the emergency medical team. And don’t even get me started on the storm they created at the morgue. It’s reprehensible and chance, it’s just the beginning.

Chance: Does this mean you’re buying the evidence?

Christine: I can’t ignore the obvious. Phyllis is alive and she has no idea what she’s unleashed.

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