Y&R Transcript Monday 7/9/01 -- Canada; Tuesday 7/10/01 -- USA
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Ryan: These figures will be sent to accounting by noon today.
Victor: Thank you.
Ryan: Anything else?
Victor: Yeah. How are things progressing with you and Tricia? The last time we approached the subject I backed off because Victoria wanted it. I asked for an update then. I would like it now.
Sharon: Since I didn't get to stop off this morning how about telling me about Nikki and Victor's dinner last night?
Victoria: Fine I guess. I haven't spoken to either one of them. Fine with Larry Warton out of the picture.
Sharon: Larry is still working at Jabot. Nikki decided not to let him go.
Sharon: Are you all right?
Victoria: Yeah, why?
Sharon: Are there any problems?
Victoria: Not exactly.
Sharon: The divorce is going through.
Victoria: Yeah. Tricia signed the papers.
Sharon: What's wrong? She's in a mental institution. You two are getting closer any day.
Victoria: Yeah, Tricia is out. She left the hospital.
Keith: Good morning, honey. So what can I get you for breakfast?
Tricia: Shouldn't you be at work? Dad --
Keith: Now let me fuss a little.
Tricia: Part of you thinks I should still be in the hospital, that I need to be watched closely.
Keith: Don't be upset, Tricia.
Tricia: No, I'm not. I hope I can prove to you someday I can handle being out.
Keith: With all my heart now I hope someday soon. Breakfast. What would you like?
Tricia: You know I want those wonderful eggs and home fries that you make.
Keith: Coming right up.
Matt: I get the feeling he's not what you wanted around you.
Tricia: Yeah that would have been fascinating watching you try to eat.
Matt: A dish that needs to be served cold, revenge.
Colleen: Who are you?
Phyllis: I'm Phyllis Summers, Jack's friend. I'd figured we'd run into each other eventually. So I heard you'll be staying here for a while.
Phyllis: Great. Good. So I guess we're going to be housemates.
Colleen: I recognize your name. You have something to do with the Glow by Jabot House.
Phyllis: Yeah, I had a little bit to do with that. Are you interested in computers?
Colleen: Kind of.
Phyllis: I don't work for Jabot anymore but if you have questions about the computers or the internet just feel free to ask me. Okay.
Billy: Good morning, you two.
Colleen: Hi, Billy.
Phyllis: Your niece and I were getting better acquainted. Well I'm sure you two have a lot to talk about. I'll just have my coffee by the pool.
Billy: I'm headed over to the coffee house, then the boutique. You heard about it?
Colleen: Yeah, sounds exciting.
Billy: Want to come along?
Brad: You feel it too, don't you sweetheart?
Ashley: After last night, that morning?
Brad: Things haven't been this cozy between us in a while.
Ashley: I think there's only one way to answer that question.
Ashley: Hmm. So happy you asked.
Billy: What do you say, huh? How about it? Want to hang with the gang?
Colleen: Maybe later.
Billy: I think you should.
Colleen: Like I said. Maybe later.
John: Good morning. Billy. Listen, with Colleen we have to keep working to get her out of her shell.
Billy: Yeah. I'm sorry, Dad. I have to jet.
John: Sorry, Jack, you said something?
Jack: Have you seen Phyllis this morning?
John: No, why?
Jack: She woke up before I did this morning and we need to -- I need to -- never mind.
John: Jack, just a minute. Did you speak to Phyllis and can you both keep a low profile in this house?
Jack: I mentioned it, yeah.
John: Jack, this is important. Colleen just found out her father had an affair and she's living here watching her uncle live with a woman he's not married to. Can you imagine the impression that gives her? I want to know what you said to Phyllis.
Jack: I don't remember everything we said. We had bigger fish to fry yesterday. You know what? She might be on the upstairs balcony. I'm going to check for her there. [Sighs]
Phyllis: Good morning, John.
John: Oh, Phyllis there you are.
Phyllis: I was just having my coffee by the pool.
Sean: Unless something else is on the fritz.
Sean: You haven't been here in a couple of days. What do you think of the last few touches added?
Jill: I think it's perfect.
Sean: I'm glad you're pleased.
Jill: Yeah. Okay, Sean, if that's all you want to see me about I'll be on my way.
Sean: Do you realize we have not seen each other outside of work since you spent the night at my place?
Jill: Have you never heard of a phone?
Sean: Look, I'm sorry. I haven't had much time to get things outside rolling. That's why I asked you here so we could steal a few moments together.
Jill: No, no, no. No! You are not going to do this to me again, Sean. Not again.
Brad: You've gotten awfully quiet all of a sudden. What's going on in that head of yours?
Ashley: I'm thinking about yesterday. When Dad asked you if Colleen could stay here a little bit. That must have been very difficult for you.
Brad: It was, but I promised Traci I would keep a low profile. And I'm starting to realize it's probably best for Colleen if I keep a low profile. Instead of worrying so much about being her father, worry more about supporting her the way the rest of the family is doing. I'm not very comfortable in that role, Ash. At least for now.
Ashley: New York but not forever.
Brad: Well I would certainly like to have more of a relationship with Colleen as she gets older.
Ashley: I understand that.
Brad: Maybe the coming weeks would lay the foundation for that. And that's probably all I can expect. Colleen is very important to me. And I'm grateful for the opportunity to show her how much I love her and care about her. But make no mistake. This is my family. This is my life. Inside these four walls. With you in it.
Sharon: No. Tricia can't be out of the hospital. How did that happen?
Victoria: She checked herself out.
Sharon: She what?
Victoria: Ryan says she's going to continue her treatment as an outpatient and continue living with her father who is keeping a close eye on her to make sure she gets therapy everyday.
Sharon: Tricia is not well enough to be out of the hospital. Victoria, you and I both know that woman has been seriously disturbed for at least a year and a half. I don't care what Ryan says. What do you think?
Victoria: I am not happy about this. Unfortunately, there is nothing I can do. I have to get to the office.
Sharon: Wrong, Victoria. There is something that we can do.
Billy: Hey, beautiful.
Mackenzie: Hey you.
Billy: Wow! That's all I get, is a hey you? Mmm.
Mackenzie: Is that better?
Billy: Yes. I'll say! So where is everyone? We are still meeting here, right before heading to the boutique.
Mackenzie: Yeah, they must be in late.
Billy: Then I can spend more time alone with my girl doing this.
Mackenzie: So I got my report card.
Billy: Oh, and?
Mackenzie: I haven't opened it yet.
Billy: Wait a minute. You're not telling me you're nervous about what you got?
Mackenzie: A little bit!
Billy: What do you think, an A might have slipped in there?
Mackenzie: Did you get yours?
Billy: Yes. I actually haven't opened up mine, either. Not that it's a huge deal or anything.
Mackenzie: Actually, it is. We're going to be seniors. We have to apply to college.
Billy: There's plenty of time to start worrying about that stuff later.
Mackenzie: I really want to know how I did last year.
Brittany: You seem to be losing track of our mission.
J.T.: News flash, Brit. I never lost it.
Brittany: Look at them. It's sickening.
J.T.: I thought this summer was going to be a total drag, but I'm going to enjoy watching you simmer.
Brittany: I'm not getting mad. I'm getting even.
J.T.: Yeah, yeah. You keep telling me that.
Mackenzie: Okay, that's enough. [Laughing] Oh!
Ryan: As I told you before, I felt once my responsibilities to Tricia were fulfilled I would move on and that day has come.
Ryan: We're going our separate ways.
Victor: Meaning what?
Ryan: I took the divorce papers over to Tricia yesterday. She signed them. They're being filed today.
Victor: I imagine you'll be able to extricate yourself so quickly from this.
Ryan: This thing has dragged out way longer than I expected. Still I needed to make sure Tricia was on the right track before I stepped aside.
Victor: I understand. So now you can move ahead with your life.
Ryan: Listen, I'm sorry if it seems I was selfishly stringing Victoria along. I hope you know that was never my intention.
Victor: I'm also relieved for both of you Tricia is in a mental hospital.
Sharon: Victor, sorry to burst in. Ryan. Good. I was going to fill Victor in. I hope you realize we can't ignore this, much less accept it.
Tricia: I never said I wanted revenge.
Matt: Well not those exact words but it was pretty obvious from what you told me last night. What? What are you planning to do?
Tricia: You don't know?
Matt: With your imagination, doll, you have to clue me in.
Tricia: After our little accident, my thoughts were so confused.
Matt: Trish, you were confused a long time before that.
Tricia: Fine. Anyway, they gave me this drug. Dr. Burns said it wouldn't take effect right away. After one pill I started to see things more clearly.
Tricia: Apparently, the medication was to turn me into an even-tempered little wimp. And I didn't like that feeling at all.
Matt: Is this going somewhere?
Tricia: I asked who was trying to keep me weak. It certainly wasn't my choice.
Matt: Your so-called friends and family, right?
Tricia: Who I trusted and loved like my father and Ryan. You know, they said just listen to the doctors. But they didn't really care about me. For all I know they were plotting with my enemies. Anyway, when I started to see things more clearly I decided I didn't want to live my life in a haze.
Matt: Is that why you wouldn't take the pills?
Tricia: They just wanted to turn me into a zombie because they thought all along I was some sort of a monster. It occurred to me the most attractive thing I could do is become the dangerous bitch that they thought I was all along.
Matt: Good girl. That's my Tricia.
Tricia: So ghost is it interesting who is having the last laugh now, huh?
Keith: Sweetheart, we're short on eggs. I'm going to have to run over to the store.
Tricia: You don't have to do that.
Keith: Yes, I do. You wanted eggs. You'll have eggs. Nothing too good for my girl.
Phyllis: Actually, John, I need to get to the office right now.
John: Phyllis, this won't take long. It's regarding my granddaughter, Colleen.
Phyllis: Listen, say no more. Jack already talked to me. I realize she's a very impressionable young girl.
John: Well good. I trust you'll be especially careful with your behavior around her.
Phyllis: Yes. I'll mind my p's and q's around Colleen like I did a few minutes ago.
John: You've already met her?
Phyllis: Yes, I did. She's very quiet. A little sweet.
John: What exactly did you say to her?
Phyllis: Why are you grilling me? What are you worried about?
John: My granddaughter is in a very vulnerable state. I'd like to know what you said to her.
Phyllis: John, I don't like what you're implying, that a few pleasantries would corrupt her. Please!
John: Obviously, you think I'm being overprotective. This is my granddaughter we're talking about. This living situation isn't exactly ideal.
Phyllis: Living situation. You mean me, right?
Jack: Phyllis! Phyllis! I've been looking all over for you. We need to talk. Why don't we go outside?
Victor: What happened?
Sharon: Tricia is leaving the mental hospital. She's going to be out on the loose again.
Ryan: She checked herself out not long after she signed the divorce papers.
Victor: How the hell did that happen?
Ryan: Her doctor agreed to it as long as she's under close supervision. Plus she's on medication that's keeping her on an even keel.
Sharon: Her father is okay with this?
Ryan: He believes she's turned a corner. He's going to be living with her. There's nothing I can do at this point.
Sharon: You sound exactly like Victoria. This woman has committed serious crimes. Now in the past all of my warnings about Tricia have been ignored but they can't be now. What's more you stand there and make excuses for her!
Ryan: That’s not what I'm doing. What happens with Tricia is out of our hands.
Victor: Ryan, I think you've done all you can. Go back to the office and work on those figures, all right?
Victor: I'll call John Silva. Find out if our hands really are tied.
Sharon: I can't believe you haven't opened yours.
Raul: It's time to end the suspense. Come on.
Brittany: Hey, guys, what's up?
Rianna: We're about to open our report cards.
Raul: Come on.
Brittany: What's the big deal? It's not like we don't get report cards every semester.
Billy: It was a pretty intense term.
Brittany: So. I made the honor roll.
Billy: At least I'm not on academic probation.
Raul: All right, here we go on the count of three. One, two, three, open! Hey, not too shabby. Check that out, man. Not bad considering all the catching up I had to do.
Rianna: Hey! My guy has brains and good looks.
Billy: Yeah, Raul, but don't expect a kiss from me, okay? [Laughing]
Mackenzie: We got more than just our semester grades. There's transfers from all our high school grades.
Raul: Start applying for a college education.
Billy: Hey, we agreed to stay clear of college and stuff while we're not in school.
Mackenzie: Billy's new rules for the summer.
Billy: You and me, okay?
J.T.: Are you having fun?
Brittany: Stop it, J.T.
Brittany: What are you hiding, little Miss Perfect? How I do find out? Bingo! I think I got it.
Sean: Now I'm confused. Exactly what is it you think I've done to you?
Jill: Oh, please! As if you don't have a clue.
Sean: You're obviously upset. So what is it I've done?
Jill: All right I'll tell you. This quirky behavior of yours.
Sean: Be more specific.
Jill: All right. When we were getting to know each other I admit, it was a little unsettling, but it was intriguing. But then after we spent the night together I thought things would be different but you're still acting the same way!
Jill: Meaning I don't know where you're coming from. Meaning you keep throwing me off balance.
Sean: And you hate that.
Jill: Please don't make fun of me!
Sean: Look, I'm sorry. I should have called you but I've had so much pressure from you trying get this site up on time not to mention all the little problems.
Jill: Problems! There will always be problems. I'm talking about priorities. It's obvious what -- Mmm. Stop, it, stop kissing me.
Brittany: So, Mac, made all As, huh? I'm sure she made valedictorian.
Billy: I guess.
Brittany: Come on, you didn't look at her transcripts. I bet it's all As.
Billy: Brittany, you heard it before. Let's not talk about school this summer, okay?
Billy: Look, it's time we head over to the store, all right? Let's jet!
Sharon: I'm not a psychiatrist I admit, but it's hard to believe Tricia McNeil is ready for the real world.
Victor: She's taking medication.
Sharon: Yeah, but for how long? That woman is crazy. No little pill is going to change that.
John Silva: What would you like me to do, Victor?
Victor: Tricia was involved with Matt Clark. Doesn't that mean we could press charges in theory?
John Silva: Theoretically.
Victor: Doesn't the D.A. have an obligation to prosecute her?
John Silva: Not necessarily, no. Tricia McNeil was one of the key factors in pushing your son's trial through. I asked the D.A. to accept her testimony even though he didn't have to cross-examine her. He didn't have to do that. If I go to him now and say I want to press charges against one of my key witnesses he's going to hit the roof.
Victor: Your relationship with the prosecutor doesn't concern me.
John Silva: I realize that. Even if you do what you're doing, in the end Tricia will never spend any time in jail or go back to the mental hospital. All she did was help Matt Clark to hack into the new computer system and she did it to get to Victoria. She can claim she was duped by Matt Clark and there's no way to prove otherwise. Look, I think the best we can hope is that she doesn't do anything wrong now she's out. If she does do something all we can make sure is she doesn't get away with it. I'm sorry, but that's the best we can do.
Victor: Thank you, John. Thank you for coming by.
Sharon: So that's it. There's nothing more we can do?
Victor: There's one more thing we can do.
Jack: All I'm saying is, I think you misinterpreted what my father said.
Phyllis: Oh, please, Jack! Your father got his message through loud and clear, okay. In his eyes, I will always be the scarlet woman. In your entire family's eyes.
Jack: I know your feelings were hurt.
Phyllis: To think I would hurt someone…
Jack: I know it seems like my father is -- there's more to it than that. He has not liked from day one the idea of my living here.
Phyllis: Oh, wow, Jack, thanks for telling me.
Jack: I didn't see the point in telling you. My father is old school.
Phyllis: You realize what this means, don't you? That the gap between your father and me is even larger. I have no idea how I'm going to bridge that. Jack, this is never going to work.
Jack: Of course it's going to work. I know how to disarm my father. I know how to bring the two of you closer than you've ever imagined.
Jack: By you accepting my proposal.
Ashley: Honey? It's that time.
Brad: No, I don't want to get up.
Ashley: We have to.
Brad: Can't we play hooky all day?
Ashley: I would love to, but I have a doctor's appointment and you have work to do.
Brad: Oh, duty calls!
Ashley: Why don't we stop by Dad’s and see how Colleen is doing? She hasn't had any time to play with her baby sister and maybe that would cheer her up.
Brad: That little Abby puts a smile on anybody's face that comes within a mile of her. But before we do that, we do this. And this.
John: Hi sweetheart. Something on your mind?
Colleen: Have you heard from my mom?
John: Not yet. I'm sure she just got to New York. But don't you worry. She's going to call us. I'm sure she'll want to talk to you first.
Colleen: I don't know about that. She hasn't exactly been open to me lately.
John: I think she wanted to but this is a difficult time for her.
Colleen: Yeah, thanks to my dad. May I tell you something?
Colleen: If my mom decides to stay with my dad, can I stay here with you? I don't want to be anywhere near him.
John: Of course you can. Listen, I know you feel that way now, but in time you will change your mind.
Colleen: No, I won't. I don't ever want to see him again, not ever. I want to stay here with you.
Phyllis: Good going Phyllis, landing you smack-dab into that one.
Jack: What are you talking about?
Phyllis: This is all a setup, isn't it?
Jack: Listen to yourself. Everything is not a conspiracy. We're talking about a situation with my father. I'm talking about one solution.
Phyllis: This is a great description of a shotgun wedding.
Jack: That's not what you meant.
Phyllis: That's what you said. My father is upset. Let's get married.
Jack: You honestly think that that's why I asked to you marry me.
Phyllis: I have no idea why you asked me to marry you. We eat breakfast together. We read the Sunday paper together. We have our own wing. So what's the problem? Why do we need to get married, Jack? You're a modern guy unlike your father. You don't need a ring and a marriage to make this real. You don't care about the reaction at the country club! But what I get is my dad is a pest, let's get married.
Jack: Let's just stop this now. This is not about my father. This is about your fear of commitment!
Phyllis: Oh, what?
Jack: That's exactly what this is about. If you're honest with yourself you know that.
Phyllis: Now you know me better than I know myself.
Jack: Marriage is nothing to be afraid of.
Phyllis: Maybe not for you but for me it's different.
Jack: If you marry me I'll spend the rest of my life promising you won't regret it.
Phyllis: Oh, wow. That's something to look forward to.
Jack: Are you purposely going to try to misinterpret everything I say?
Phyllis: I'm trying to get you off my back. I need time!
Jack: Excuse the hell out of me. Is that what this is about? Is that why you were home late last night. You're avoiding me in bed.
Phyllis: I need to figure this out, Jack! This is a huge decision okay, I need to assess it carefully. Can't you understand that? Why is it a crime in your eyes?
Jack: If it's such a difficult decision, if you don’t want to marry me perhaps you should live some elsewhere while you assess things.
Phyllis: Okay, great. Maybe I'll do that.
Jill: No, no, no. Don't keep doing this!
Sean: Do you really feel that way?
Jill: Why must you always answer a question with a question?
Sean: Chalk it up to my quirky behavior.
Jill: Stop making fun of me!
Sean: It's the way I feel about you.
Jill: No. I'm not going to let you off that easy here. We have a problem here!
Sean: Yes. But right now –
Billy: Hey, hail, hail! The gang is all here.
Brittany: Look at this!
Mac: The grand tour.
Rianna: Oh, you guys are so cute.
Raul: Where should we put our stuff?
Sean: Over there.
Jill: I don't know! I would assume so.
Billy: Hey, hey!
Sean: You might want to be fixing your lipstick.
Brittany: Got you, Mackenzie.
Matt: Nothing is too good for my little girl?
Tricia: Don't give my dad a hard time.
Matt: I forgot.
Tricia: So I'm not the perfect little daughter. I still love him.
Matt: Are you sure about that? He put you through a lot. Yeah, yeah, yeah, that's what they all say. While parents are busy screwing you up, they all do the same thing -- say the same thing. I'm doing my best. That's a load of crap.
Tricia: Look who had a lousy childhood.
Matt: Yeah, join the club! So do take some advice. Don't get cocky. Look kiddo, you've done a great job holding yourself up. You're in the real world again. People are watching you more closely. You have to be more cautious.
Tricia: Don't worry. I can handle it.
Matt: The egg man.
Tricia: Dad, did you forget your keys?
Victor: Hello, Tricia. I heard you left the hospital. How are you?
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