Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/20/01

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Nikki: Well, good morning.

Victor: Hi.

Nikki: What brings you out here so bright and early?

Victor: I thought I would take an early morning ride.

Nikki: The trails are beautiful this time of year.

Victor: Yes, they are.

Nikki: Would you like me to make you some breakfast?

Victor: No, thank you.

Nikki: How about some coffee?

Victor: Yes, please. I can get it myself.

Nikki: You're not just here for a horseback ride.

Victor: No.

Nikki: Are you here to finish the discussion Victoria interrupted?

Victor: I am not going to talk anymore about Larry Warton. I came to talk to Nicholas about something, all right?

Nikki: Oh.

Victor: I thought by now you'd realize that there's nothing that links the two of us except our children. I don't think we have anything further to talk about.

Sharon: Nick, what are you doing here? Is everything okay?

Nicholas: Yeah, everything's cool. I forgot some paperwork. Where have you been?

Sharon: Cassie missed the bus so I had to drive her to school. Noah has a play date.

Nicholas: Kids. School's almost out. It will be a rugrat city around here.

Sharon: You like the kids around all the time.

Nicholas: Yeah. I still like spending time with my wife.

Sharon: I made some coffee. You want a refill?

Nicholas: No, thanks.

Sharon: How was your first day at Newman yesterday?

Nicholas: No problems. But something came up, something we should talk about.

Billy: Well, it's pretty great having Colleen around. When I told her I would introduce her to Raul and Rianna, she went nuts.

Jack: She a big fan?

Billy: Raul's hot. Who knew?

Jack: I want to make sure you're all right with Brittany really being a part of the Glow by Jabot House this summer.

Billy: I'm cool with it.

Jack: Mac's going to be all right with it?

Billy: I wouldn't have agreed to it. I would love for Mac and I to be together in front of the camera. Mac's first instinct was to turn Brittany down. Now she's fine with it.

Jack: What about you? Any second thoughts?

Billy: No way Brittany can hurt us now. One thing concerns me.

Jack: What's that?

Billy: I'm worried about my mom.

Jill: That sound smells good.

Sean: I hope it tastes as good as it smells.

Jill: You left this out for me?

Sean: That looks better than when I saw it.

Jill: You bought it for me?

Sean: Yes, I did.

Jill: Isn't that a bit presumptuous?

Sean: I did presume. Didn't you? It's black forest ham or Canadian ham with your eggs Benedict.

Jill: Oh, surprise me.

Gina: Good morning.

Esther: Good morning, Mackenzie, do you want eggs for breakfast?

Mackenzie: No thanks. Did you hear the good news? My grandmother is going to be my legal guardian.

Esther: I wanted to congratulate you first but Mrs. C. wanted to tell you. I made snacks for you. Did you enjoy them?

Mackenzie: I didn't see any.

Esther: Someone put the paper over them by accident. These have been out all night. Everything is probably spoiled. What a waste.

Mackenzie: Sorry, Esther. It's the thought that counts, right?

Esther: I am so glad Mrs. C. is doing this. As far as Iím concerned, it's like you were part of this family from the moment you first walked through our front door.

Mackenzie: Thank you, Esther. That's such a sweet thing to say.

Esther: I'm so happy for you.

J.T.: You're kidding, right?

Brittany: It's true. I will be part of the Glow by Jabot House this summer.

J.T.: Then Abbott is more of a moron than I thought.

Brittany: Maybe, maybe not. Some people don't know what they had until they lose it. Anything is possible.

J.T.: You do have something to offer Mac doesn't.

Brittany: I sure do.

J.T.: If that was an issue, he wouldn't have made the switch in the first place. You're in for serious mystery-watching Mac and Billy crawl all over each other day in and day out.

Brittany: Mackenzie will be behind the scenes.

J.T.: Watching you like a hawk.

Brittany: If you hadn't turned soft on me and became such a loser I might have shared y plans with you.

J.T.: You call me a loser?

Malcolm: Hey, beautiful.

Alex: Hey yourself.

Malcolm: What have you got over there?

Alex: Breakfast. I knew you were fighting a deadline. I thought I would bring you some coffee to perk you up.

Malcolm: You are something else, you know that?

Alex: I'm sorry I woke you.

Malcolm: No, no, no. Don't be. I was just resting my eyes. I sent the final prints off about a half hour ago.

Alex: Would you rather go home and crash?

Malcolm: Are you crazy? When I just had breakfast hand delivered by an angel? I'm not going anywhere.

Sharon: What is it, honey? Something serious?

Nicholas: No, no. Dad just dumped a couple of big projects on my lap.

Sharon: A couple?

Nicholas: And he wants me to choose which one appeals to me.

Sharon: Which one do you like best?

Nicholas: That's the thing. I like them both. I'm having a real tough time deciding which one.

Sharon: Does this have anything to do with the coffee house we plan to open?

Nicholas: Not if I just do one.

Sharon: Is your father pressuring you to do both?

Nicholas: No, but --

Sharon: I'm sure he wants you to take on as much as he can lay on you.

Nicholas: Baby, they're both so cool.

Sharon: So is the idea of having two or three more coffee houses open by the end of summer. Think how wonderful they would be if they take off.

Nicholas: I will be gone a lot. Let's be realistic here, if that happens you will spend an awful lot of time alone.

Sharon: I'll be fine.

Nicholas: Are you sure?

Sharon: Of course. What's the alternative? Not opening the new stores? Nick, this is important. Besides, you're the one that said working at Newmanís meant working in your father's shadow. These coffee houses are ours alone.

Nicholas: I know. I feel the same way.

Sharon: You had me worried there for a minute.

Nicholas: Well, don't worry, okay? I've got to go. I love you.

Sharon: I love you.

Nicholas: Don't forget, you owe me some quality time later.

Esther: I better get back to work. I'll see you later.

Mackenzie: All right.

Katherine: Good morning, darling.

Mackenzie: Good morning.

Katherine: Sleep well last night?

Mackenzie: Fine thanks.

Katherine: Fine, huh? Well, then what is that frown all about?

Mackenzie: Well, my life is almost perfect, except for one problem.

Katherine: And what is that?

Mackenzie: I'm going to have to deal with Brittany Hodges every day this summer, watch her prancing around in front of the camera like she's Miss Teen America.

Katherine: Is Brittany going to pretend she's still Billy's girlfriend?

Mackenzie: The idea is they've broken up and are trying to stay friends.

Katherine: That's threatening perhaps?

Mackenzie: If it was threatening, I would never agree for her to be part of the group.

Katherine: You don't seem happy about any of this.

Mackenzie: I know she will take advantage of the situation. She'll play head games, pretend to be Billy's friend.

Katherine: While you're sitting on the sidelines.

Mackenzie: Yeah, and watching her in action. Grandma, can I ask you something?

Katherine: Yes, of course.

Mackenzie: When does this whole guardian thing become legal?

Jack: Hey, you really think your mother will make waves?

Billy: Are you kidding, Jack? My mother always makes waves.

Jack: You and Mackenzie are out in the open. Her threats don't have the same weight.

Billy: I told Mom if she messes with Mac, Iím out of her life for good.

Jack: Do you think she got the message?

Billy: She has been behaving herself. I have a feeling it will mean something bad in the future. She will never give her a break.

Jack: Mackenzie is one terrific girl. It's highly unlikely your mother will do anything.

Billy: Can you guarantee that?

Jack: No, I can't guarantee that. The only thing keeping her in check is your threat of cutting her out of your life if she does something.

Billy: So?

Jack: I doubt she thinks you will follow through.

Billy: She's dead wrong.

Jack: It's nice to have something to hold against her as a backup.

Billy: What?

Jack: As it happens, I came upon some information the other day. Very interesting information.

Billy: Really?

Jack: Something that's terribly important to your mother might be the thing to keep her in line.

Billy: So what is it?

Jack: Let me hold on to it right now. Let me work on it. In the meantime, you concentrate on being happy. It's been a long time coming.

Billy: Yes, it has. Thanks, Jack.

Jack: My pleasure, buddy. I have to get to work. I'll see ya.

Malcolm: I feel like a new man.

Alex: I kind of like the old one.

Malcolm: Wait a minute. Where did you of all people know where to get the best rolls and coffee in town?

Alex: I noticed the flyer by your phone.

Malcolm: Look at you. I'm flattered. Paying attention to the details of my life. You're just this tuned into everything, huh?

Alex: Maybe a little bit of both.

Malcolm: It was thoughtful of you considering we missed an evening because I had to work.

Alex: There will be other evenings. One roll left. You want it?

Malcolm: There ain't no room in my belly.

Alex: I hate to see food go to waste.

Malcolm: I'm sorry, Mommy, I'll save it for later.

Alex: When I was little, this would have fed my whole family.

Malcolm: Stop preaching. I'll hold on to it. I know you said your pop split when you were 12. Does that mean you were scraping by after he left?

Alex: I never noticed before until my father was gone. Life was never the same after that.

Malcolm: Must have been rough, huh?

Alex: Yeah. Being poor and happy is something in the movies. Happiness in the projects is an apartment without roaches.

Malcolm: Can I get an amen? I guess it took the fun out of being a kid, huh?

Alex: Yeah.

Nikki: If you feel we have nothing to say to one another, why are you here?

Victor: I'm meeting Nicholas here. He and I have something to talk about.

Nikki: Forgive me. I guess it's none of my business.

Victor: You have your own life now. Taking part in a large cosmetics firm. You seem to be running a rehab clinic for ex-cons. Why do you care why Nicholas and I are meeting?

Nikki: You don't have to be that way.

Victor: Let's not argue, all right? Neither one of us is going to change our opinions. You continue doing what you were doing and Iíll wait by myself.

Nicholas: Good morning, guys.

Victor: Hi, son.

Nicholas: Thanks for coming out, Dad.

Victor: You talked to Sharon?

Nicholas: Yeah, we talked.

Victor: And?

Nicholas: It pretty much went the way I expected.

Victor: Want me to talk to her?

Nicholas: Please.

Victor: I'll try my best.

Nicholas: Thanks, Dad.

Nikki: What was that about?

Nicholas: I should be asking you that. The thing between the two of you was thick as pea soup. It's about Larry, isn't it?

Nikki: I doubt he's even given a thought as to whether it's going to work out. He's obsessed that we did it without his approval.

Nicholas: I'm sorry you have to take all this abuse. It's not fair.

Nikki: I knew what I was doing.

Nicholas: I got you into this. I should be taking the heat.

Nikki: It was my idea to go to the district attorney's office and offer Larry a job at Jabot. Will you forget it? I'm used to this. You know there is no middle ground where your father is concerned. Do what he says or you're on his list.

Nicholas: Been there a time or two myself.

Nikki: I learned from experience, it's best to go with your own instinct and do what you think is right.

Nicholas: So how are things with Larry?

Nikki: No problems really. I hardly see him. I just keep tabs on him through his superiors.

Nicholas: Good. I'm glad it's working out.

Nikki: You didn't answer me before. What's happening with you and your father? Why did he want to see you?

Nicholas: I've decided to stay closer to home for a while.

Nikki: You're still worried about Sharon.

Nicholas: She's starting to put this whole Matt Clark thing behind her. I still have a feeling she's just putting up a front.

Nikki: You want to keep an eye on her.

Nicholas: You probably think Iím over-reacting.

Nikki: You're being a very sensitive, wonderful husband.

Nicholas: Thanks.

Nikki: What's your father's part in all of this?

Nicholas: I love you more than you'll ever know. Can I please have this dance with my beautiful wife?

[Knock on door]

Sharon: Victor, hi. Come on in.

Victor: Thank you, Sharon.

Sharon: I'm surprised to see you. Do you want some coffee?

Victor: No, thank you. I was about to take a horseback ride when something occurred to me. I thought I would stop by.

Sharon: Well, you just missed Nicholas.

Victor: I came to see you.

Sharon: What about?

Victor: Did Nicholas apprise you of his first day back?

Sharon: We just discussed it.

Victor: I have some interesting projects for him.

Sharon: He told me.

Victor: Did he tell you what they were about?

Sharon: Not in detail.

Victor: They involve laying the groundwork for future Newman operations. In other words, he will make groundbreaking decisions. That will affect Newman Enterprises for years to come.

Sharon: He did say he would have a hard time choosing which one to do.

Victor: In case he chooses only one, I have to assign the other to someone else.

Sharon: Will that be a problem?

Victor: I prefer to keep all of this in the family, you know.

Sharon: Well, this is all very fascinating, everything you've mentioned. I don't see what this has to do with me.

Katherine: Well, your mother will have to be notified. If she puts up a fuss, it could take a little longer.

Mackenzie: How long it will it take to be finalized?

Katherine: I'm not sure what you're asking.

Mackenzie: If my mother shows up tomorrow and throws a fit, you could still be my guardian.

Katherine: Unless she could show you were unsupervised, uneducated or unloved which would be difficult. My lawyer feels the petition will go through.

Mackenzie: That means I'm safe. For the first time ever, I'm finally safe.

Katherine: Yes, you're safe.

Mackenzie: My gosh, Grandma, why didn't I think of this before? This is fantastic. Thank you, Grandma. Thank you.

Katherine: I love you.

Mackenzie: I love you too. I'll see you later.

Jill: This was really delicious. My compliments to the chef.

Sean: But?

Jill: I don't know. I don't know if this --

Sean: What, after two people make love?

Jill: I'm not exactly a blushing school girl. With you, even now.

Sean: You feel you're at a loss, right? Let me tell you something, that just means something interesting is happening, something special maybe.

Jill: If that's true, how come you're not acting this way?

Sean: You just haven't caught me yet. But I have a feeling that you will.

Jill: I look forward to it. Sean, last night was --

Sean: Worth the wait?

Jill: Yeah, worth the wait. I don't want to wait that long again. Oh, my God. I have an early meeting. I can't go in there with the clothes I had last night.

Sean: You have to go home and change clothes.

Jill: Unless you presume to buy me a new wardrobe as well.

Sean: Next time I'll keep that in mind.

Malcolm: You know, Alex, the more Iím learning about you, the more Iím impressed by you, how far you've come in your life. You must be really proud of yourself.

Alex: Yeah. But it doesn't make up for those hard times. Your childhood was no picnic. Look where you are now. So what is this job that kept you up all night?

Malcolm: Some print ads for a limo company.

Alex: Why the rush?

Malcolm: They decided to change their entire campaign and of course they wanted to see their pictures ASAP.

Alex: So anything interesting?

Malcolm: It was a prom theme. My pictures wouldn't have been anything if I went to a real prom. My models had the perfect dresses and tuxedos, the hair was just right. When I think of what I looked like when I went to my high school prom, whoa.

Alex: Were you that awful?

Malcolm: Don't get it twisted. At the time you couldn't tell me nothing. I swore I was the coolest cat. I was rocking this Michael Jackson jerry curl thing. Trust me, it wasn't too cute. You, Miss Thing, Iím sure you were just as fine as you wanted to be at your high school prom, hmm?

Brittany: Glad that's over with. I hate final exams. Can I catch up with you later?

Yeah, no problem.

Brittany: Hi, Billy.

Billy: Hi.

Brittany: I'm all done with my finals. How about you?

Billy: Turned my last paper in today.

Brittany: Was it good?

Billy: I hope Mr. Dingman thinks so.

Brittany: We're free at last.

Billy: Yep. Summer is finally here.

Brittany: Listen, thanks again for letting me part of the summer project. It means a lot to me.

Billy: Let's get one thing straight, Brittany. Mac and I took you at your word. Mess up, and you're out of there, all right?

Brittany: You have nothing to worry about. I promise.

Sean: What are you thinking about?

Jill: Well, I know what you're going for here with this empty look. I know a sofa that would look so dynamite in this room.

Sean: Are you sure you have to go right now?

Jill: Unfortunately, I do. Sean, I think we should keep this low profile at work for a while, huh?

Sean: What, you're ashamed of me?

Jill: Let's just say my instincts tell me it would be better if we kept this behind closed doors.

Sean: I guess I have to shut that camera off so we're not live on the internet. I'll be discreet. I'll make you happy.

Jill: You have already shown you are an expert at making me happy.

Malcolm: Am I right? Your prom picture was just flawless.

Alex: I wouldn't say that.

Malcolm: I bet you were a bombshell no matter what you were wearing.

Alex: How did we get on this subject?

Malcolm: I don't know but we did. Alex, let me see your picture. I'll show you mine if you show me yours.

Alex: My photo album is in storage.

Malcolm: A likely story.

Alex: Serious.

Malcolm: Dig it up.

Alex: This is silly.

Malcolm: Why can't I see the picture?

Alex: Please drop it.

Malcolm: Okay. Consider it dropped.

Alex: All right. I have to get to work.

Malcolm: Newman Enterprises?

Alex: Genoa City Memorial. I have to conduct some interviews.

Malcolm: I'll walk you to your car.

Alex: You don't have to.

Malcolm: I know I don't have to. I'm leaving anyway. I want to see my brother about something. I also want to thank you for breakfast, thinking of me like that.

Alex: My pleasure.

Katherine: Was that you Jill? I heard you screeching up the driveway.

Jill: I'm late.

Esther: Or early depending how you look at it.

Jill: Go ahead.

Katherine: With what?

Jill: I'm sure you will make a snide remark about my being out all night.

Esther: I didn't notice. I guess that explains why it's been so pleasurable this morning.

Jill: Aren't you a hoot, Esther?

Esther: I'll be in the kitchen.

Jill: It says something that that utter dimwit is your only loyal friend.

Katherine: Your monster personality is known all over the city.

Jill: Sticks and stones, you gas bag.

Katherine: I will not get drawn in. We have far more important things to discuss. Do you know what this is?

Jill: If you stop waving it around.

Katherine: It's guardianship for Mackenzie. Since you motivated it, I thought you should know.

Jill: What did I have to do with this?

Katherine: You made all those threats against Mackenzie that you would find her mother and bring her here.

Jill: So?

Katherine: You know that's the very last thing the child wanted.

Jill: Ancient history.

Katherine: Really? Since my granddaughter and your son Billy have a relationship again, I have to assume that it's just a matter of time before you start to attack her once again.

Jill: I'm not concerned about some silly high school romance.

Katherine: You're taking this news in stride. I don't buy it for one damn minute, Jill.

Jill: That's supposed to matter to me?

Katherine: I am putting you on notice, you will not go after Mackenzie again.

Jill: What makes you think they won't break up all on their own?

Katherine: I do know this. You're not going to poison it. Not this time, Jill. This time, my dear, you are absolutely out.

Jill: Katherine, don't you ever know that I'm never powerless? [Phone ringing] Yes.

Jack: Jill, it's me. I want to you meet me in the boardroom right away.

Jill: Don't you order me around. I have a meeting.

Jack: So be late. I'm warning you. Ignore me at your own risk. Get your sorry buns over here pronto.

Nicholas: So if I stick close to home, I have to put off the coffee house expansion.

Nikki: That's true. Does that bother you?

Nicholas: No. Sharon's my priority.

Nikki: Of course.

Nicholas: However, if Sharon thinks I'm putting off my plans because Iím worried about her, she's just going to be upset. I have to support her without letting her know that I think she needs it. Does that make sense?

Nikki: Yes. I think it's very sweet of you to be so considerate. How are you going to handle it?

Nicholas: Dad and I have come up with a way to keep me home.

Nikki: Some Newman Enterprises business.

Nicholas: Yeah.

Nikki: Have you told Sharon about it?

Nicholas: I tried to lay the idea in gently.

Nikki: Did she go for it?

Nicholas: She thinks the coffee house expansion is my number one priority and Dad must be pressuring me, so I backed off.

Nikki: Your father is giving it a try.

Nicholas: Exactly.

Nikki: We know how persuasive he can be.

Nicholas: Yeah. I wonder how it's going.

Victor: I feel it's my duty to apprise you of all of this. You are my son's wife. I know you discuss matters of importance, don't you?

Sharon: Of course we do.

Victor: This is an extraordinary opportunity for Nicholas. I would like to keep all of this within the family, okay?

Sharon: I think if Nicholas wanted to double up on his workload, he would have, wouldn't he?

Victor: I know he has plans to expand the coffee houses. He made a commitment to that. Once he makes a commitment, it's serious.

Sharon: What is it you would like me to do?

Victor: I would like you to tell him you don't mind delaying your plans for expansion. Do you realize what I'm asking you to do?

Sharon: I realize it all too well and I don't like it, not one bit.

Mackenzie: How's it going, Brittany?

Brittany: I can't complain. School's out finally.

Mackenzie: Excited for summer?

Brittany: Yeah. In fact, I was just telling Billy how much I appreciate you two letting me be part of the project again.

Mackenzie: Should be interesting.

Brittany: Well, I'm psyched. Last summer was a blast. This summer should be even better. No more secrets. Everything's out in the open. Big difference, huh?

Mackenzie: There's something else that will be different. I just thought of it. I'm so excited.

Billy: What do you mean?

Mackenzie: I want to be part of the group this time.

Billy: You are a part of the group.

Mackenzie: Truly part of things, much more than before. I want to be a full-fledged Glow by Jabot kid.

Brittany: Full-fledged?

Mackenzie: I want to be right there on camera with the rest of you. Isn't that great, Billy?

Billy: Yeah.

Mackenzie: I'm so excited. I couldn't wait to tell you.

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