Best Y&R Lines Tuesday 10/25/11

Y&R Best Lines Tuesday 10/25/11

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Genevieve: Several million items of yours? Where would I put them all? You must be mistaken.

Colin: (Laughs)

Colin: I got to admit it. You're more of a pistol than I ever gave you credit for. Touché. I bow to your superior ability. But... well, now I think it's time that you cut the old man a-a bit of a break.

Genevieve: Why would I do that?

Colin: Oh, Auld Lang Syne. Time goes by. Champagne and opera on the Sydney Harbour. All those cruddy clubs you dragged me in and out of, bookkeeping in bed. You made accounting much sexier than it had a right to be.

Genevieve: When it was good, it was very, very good. And when it was bad, you tried to kill me. Kinda hard to bounce back from that one, Colin.

Colin: Oh, what do we got here? A selection of your latest limericks?

Genevieve: Oh, no, no. Something so much more special than that.

Colin: You know, there's some people might say that... that that's the key to the world.

Genevieve: Or some people might say that it is the key to your codes and your accounts. And with it, I will put you behind bars for the rest of your life.

Nina: (Gasps)

Chance: Mm, okay, okay.

Nina: (Laughs)

Chance: Wow, that's a tight grip for a little person.

Nina: Yeah, well, if I could reach, I'd smack you upside the head. Months without a word from you, months.

Chance: Mom, it goes with the job, okay?

Nina: Well, I know that, but I don't have to like it.

Chance: The state department had reassigned me to a highly classified international case. The kingpin of the case was here in G.C., And since I'm a native son...

Paul: The Colin Atkinson arrest.

Chance: Yeah. The guy had some reach. He had a drug business from Afghanistan all the way to Australia. I got in last night for the arrest.

Nina: Last night? You were in last night?

Chance: Yeah, mom, y-yes. I had debriefing, and then I had to do a follow-up at the police station. It's a nice, tight case, so now I am here.

Nina: So wait a minute. The G.C.P.D. Made the arrest? Are you working with Ronan?

Chance: Yeah. Yeah, I am.

Nina: (Sighs)

Adam: (Sighs) Second verse, same as the first. Look, are there any charges in there somewhere? Some accusations? Or is this just a case of a lonely, friendless man who just needs someone to talk to?

Ronan: So the desk clerk tells me that you were agitated when you came back to the club last night.

Adam: That's right, Ronan. I had a lot on my mind.

Ronan: And my phone in your possession.

Ronan: A boatload of murder suspects got a text from this phone last night. Everybody made the hoedown but you.

Adam: Yeah, obviously, it was a setup, because that phone showed up at my place late last night.

Ronan: Is that what it was? A setup?

Adam: You know, my father came a-callin', and he, uh, he told me about this hoedown, as you put it, and I had no knowledge of these texts or a meeting until he told me about it. And then later, that's when the phone showed up. For all I know, my father set it there. Perhaps anyone did. But my money is on my pops, because that man would love to see me behind bars.

Adam: You came. I'm touched.

Avery: I didn't hear you out on the phone. I'd like to rectify that now.

Adam: I remember once upon a time... (sighs) back at the athletic club, I told you that I often need representation, and your response was basically, "go to hell." And here you are. I guess it's my lucky day.

Avery: In yet another holding room? If that's luck for you...

Adam: So you're gonna take me on as a client?

Avery: Convince me.

Adam: I've done things. I know that. You know that. Hell, the free world knows that. But what Ronan is charging me for, what he's inquiring about, I didn't do. He's railroading me. I'm being set up, and he's talking serious time, and I'm innocent. That's your specialty.

Avery: Mm. That must be terrifying for you to know you're innocent and it doesn't matter, to feel so out of control. Cops, lawyers, judges, guards-- they have all the power. You have none. Sitting in a cell alone thinking about your old life, your son, your daughter...

Adam: Are we talking about me? Or are we talking about Sharon?

Avery: I'm talking about the innocent woman that you could save.

Adam: What does that have to do with the here and now? Okay. So you came here about Sharon. And if you had to deal with slimy old me, well, them's the breaks, huh? Didn't think you had it in you. I think I'm in love.

Avery: I'm flattered, really. But I was simply saying that I know what it's like to watch the innocent languish.

Adam: Let's get to the horse trading, shall we? What you bring to the table, what I bring to the table.

Avery: Okay, you need support, someone who has your back, and of course, there's something reassuring about the trust between client and attorney. Confidentiality is key.

Adam: As I recall, once I pay my lawyer, everything I say is privileged information.

Avery: I'll get Ronan off your back, and then we can talk about other issues.

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