Y&R Transcript Friday 10/5/01

Y&R Transcript Friday 10/5/01 -- Canada; Monday 10/8/01 -- USA


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Nikki: What's going on in that little head of yours?

Victor: Thinking back. All that you and I have shared together.

Nikki: Goodness, don't talk like it's over.

Victor: So good luck.

Nikki: Thanks.

Victor: Come here. It won't be the same without you here, you know.

Nikki: Bye.

Please fasten your seat belts and return your trays in their upright position as we begin our descent into Genoa City.

Traci: Victor, I still don't understand. Why are you here?

Victor: To see if there's any way I can help.

Traci: I appreciate that. I ask you again, where did my brother go?

Victor: He left in a bit of a hurry.

Traci: You know more than you're saying. Did he get any information?

Victor: Nothing definite, no.

Traci: Tell me what this has to do with my daughter.

Victor: Traci, I think whatever he learns, he will in time tell us about it.

Traci: Then Iím right. This has to do with Colleen. Please don't keep me in the dark. Just tell me.

Mr. Abbott, this young girl here might be his niece.

Jack: Where is she?

She might not be here. Teenager, approximately 15, dark hair, five foot.

Jack: What happened to her?

They just brought the body in.

Jack: Can I see her?

Iíll get the morgue attendant.

Dr. Burns: Iím encouraged by your attitude today, Tricia. Quite a change from our previous visit.

Tricia: I took our last visit to heart, Dr. Burns. I heard what you said about needing a routine. I realized I was being hasty. I think I should stay with Victor Newman at least for now.

Dr. Burns: Iím glad you took the time to reassess your decision. Are you sure that's what you want?

Tricia: Although we're not very close, Mr. Newman has been a great comfort to me.

Dr. Burns: I understand there's been no change in your father's condition.     

Tricia: Victor has been very kind and supportive and I need that support. It's nice to know someone is watching over me. I can't handle being alone right now.

Traci: Victor, tell me if you know. Is Colleen hurt? Did someone call from the hospital?

Victor: No one called from the hospital.

Traci: What are you keeping from me?

Victor: I think we should wait for Jack to call us back and tell us what he's learned.

Traci: Who is Jack talking to?

Victor: The police.

Traci: Why? What's happened?

Victor: I don't know. We have to wait until Jack calls us.

Traci: Is Colleen in trouble? She's in trouble and Jack has gone to see her.

Victor: No, Colleen is not at the police station.

Traci: Why won't you tell me? Why?

Victor: Traci, this is very difficult for me. Jack got a call from the police. He was asked to go to Genoa City Hospital to identify someone in the morgue who looks like your daughter.

Traci: Oh. Oh. Oh, no. Victor, you have to take me there. Will you please -- will you take me there now?

Victor: I will take you there now.

Nicholas: Five. There you go, Noah.

Noah: One, two, three, four, five.

Nicholas: Five. What is it?

Noah: Red.

Nicholas: Red, okay. Fishing. Iím so good at this. Hey.

Sharon: What's going on here?

Cassie: We only had school half a day, Mommy. Beginning of year.

Sharon: What's your excuse, Dad?

Nicholas: I just wanted to spend some time with my family.

Sharon: Well, aren't you a sweet man?

Nicholas: How did your meeting go with Katherine?

Sharon: She was thrilled we want her to be the godmother.

Cassie: Mrs. Chancellor? That's so neat.

Noah: Cool.

Miguel: You kids ready for the pony ride?

Cassie: Daddy, we're going to finish the game later, okay?

Nicholas: Of course, Iím winning.

Cassie: The game's not over yet.

Miguel: We'll be on the range if you need us.

Nicholas: Thank you, Miguel. So Katherine was stoked to be the godmother?

Sharon: She was so moved, Nick. I think it goes beyond that.

Nicholas: How do you mean?

Sharon: She's not a young woman and the baby's not born yet.

Nicholas: She might not be around much longer.

Sharon: Of course I don't want to think that. Asking her to take on the responsibility that lasts the baby's whole life.

Nicholas: We're sending her a message.

Sharon: It's one more magical thing that our baby's done.

Victoria: Mom.

Nikki: Hello.

Traci: Jack?

Jack: Traci.

Traci: I want to see Colleen.

Jack: Settle down. Sweetheart, you didn't need to come here.

Traci: Is it her?

Jack: No, no, we don't know it's her.

Traci: You haven't seen her.

Jack: How did you get here?

Traci: Victor drove me.

Jack: Victor told you this.

Traci: I dragged it out of him. Listen to me, I appreciate what you and Victor are trying to do to spare me. But I am her mother. My daughter, my baby. I brought her into this world. And if she's here, I should be the one who identifies her.

Jack: Okay, okay. It's okay.

Nikki: Surprise. Greetings from the equator.

Victoria: When did you get back?

Nikki: Just now. I have a gift for your father. He has no idea where he was.

Victoria: So you land and this is the first place you go?

Nikki: Don't read too much into it.

Victoria: You've been gone for weeks and you're dying to see Dad.

Nikki: The only reason Iím here is to deliver a gift. Of course to hear about what's going on.

Victoria: Oh.

Nicholas: Hey, are those tears?

Sharon: Iím sorry.

Nicholas: Hey, don't be sorry. You know, pregnant women are supposed to be emotional.

Sharon: I just -- I was just surprised to come home and find you here with the kids.

Nicholas: Pleasantly, I hope.

Sharon: Yeah, of course.

Nicholas: That's the present I asked Vicki to get you.

Sharon: Because you couldn't be with me. I just had the clasp fixed. Something wrong?

Nicholas: No. I hate to bring up bad memories but the first time I ever saw you wearing this, you were on the other side of a pane of bulletproof glass.

Sharon: The visiting room at the jail.

Nicholas: I wanted so bad to reach out and touch you. You know, sometimes I remember how lucky I am. It's easy to take freedom for granted.

Sharon: You're definitely free now. You can reach out and touch me all you want.

Nicholas: It's so crazy. I can't believe we made it through that horrible time.

Sharon: But we did because our love is strong enough that it'll get us through anything. You believe that too, don't you, sweetheart?

Victor: Dr. Walker, thank you very much. Sorry Iím late.

Reese: I hope you didn't want to put this off.

Victor: No.

Reese: Obviously you wanted to see me outside the hospital. I assume this has to do with Tricia Dennison.

Victor: Dr. Burns is bound by doctor-patient confidentiality. Iím asking you to tell me as much as you know about Tricia Dennison.

Reese: Iím aware she is undergoing therapy, psychotropic drugs.

Victor: If one stopped taking them, would someone notice it?

Reese: Possibly. It's impossible to make a blanket statement like that.

Victor: Can you be more specific?

Reese: Tricia was having psychotic episodes. We both saw her at her worst.

Victor: Now?

Reese: I assume those episodes stopped.

Victor: But you're not sure.

Reese: If they didn't Dr. Burns would have changed Tricia's prescription until she found a prescription that worked. Are you aware of something being concealed?

Victor: Could she be faking taking this medication?

Reese: You know, Mr. Newman, Iím aware you and your family have had a great deal of trouble accepting Tricia's release from the hospital. Are you trying to create a scenario to have her committed? If that's the case, Iím not at all comfortable with this conversation.

Victor: Tricia Dennison poses a threat to my family. I want to know if she continues to pose a threat.

Reese: You would do your best to get the past out of your mind. Be cautious.

Victor: Please answer the one question succinctly. Is she faking taking medication?

Reese: I doubt a person in her condition could exercise that control over her behavior.

Victor: But it is not impossible, is it?

Dr Burns: Good for you, Tricia. Iím glad you took the time to think things through, make a reasoned decision. That's a big step forward. Tricia, is something wrong?

Nicholas: Baby, of course I believe in our love. It's sure been tested enough.

Sharon: And passed with flying colors.

Nicholas: Look at us now. Everything is perfect.

Sharon: We didn't know it before, our lives were so out of control. I was already pregnant. Was carrying a part of you every part of the day. This baby is a miracle, Nick.

Nicholas: Look, I really have to go. I have to talk to my dad about something, okay? I love you.

Reese: Impossible is not a word I use lightly, Mr. Newman.

Victor: That's my point. Psychotics can be a very clever mind.

Reese: If Tricia was a brilliant actor like you say, I don't know how you can tell if she was lying.

Victor: If she had this drug, would that show up in her bloodstream?

Reese: Of course.

Victor: Why didn't you order a blood test?

Reese: I can't do that.

Victor: Why the hell not?

Reese: You're in no position to order it, as you're not family or her doctor. Nor am I, as you well know.

Victor: I have strong suspicions about Tricia Dennison and whether or not she's taking her drugs. Why don't you inform Dr. Burns about my suspicions and order blood tests?

Reese: You say Tricia's done nothing. I have to believe this concern is based solely on your personal feelings about her. That's not something I will take in and use and interfere with another doctor's treatment.

Victor: Iím asking for a simple blood test. I want to know what is so difficult about that, doctor.

Dr. Burns: You seem distracted. Is something bothering you?

Tricia: No, it's nothing. Never mind.

Dr. Burns: You're here to share your thoughts and feelings.

Tricia: Iím trying.

Dr. Burns: Actually you've been quite open with me today. I must say this is one of the best sessions we've had in a long time.

Tricia: I feel stronger too. I think my therapy is becoming more and more worthwhile.

Matt: Tricia... Tricia... Tricia... Tricia in a lab...

Mr. Abbott?

Jack: This is my sister, Traci Connelly. She's the mother of the girl.

Are you ready to view the deceased?

Traci: I don't think Iíll ever be ready. But let's do this.

Jack: You want me to do this alone?

Traci: No, Jack. We have to get this over with.

Jack: Excuse me, the body, is it --

Nicholas: Iíve been doing a lot of thinking lately about how lucky we are. We have so much to be grateful for. Sometimes you have to count your blessings.

Cassie: Exactly, like Thanksgiving.

Nicholas: Let's do it right now. Iíll go first. The thing Iím most grateful for is you guys as my family.

Cassie: Me too, Dad, and lots of friends.

Nicholas: You can see how good we have it, right? But there's something else that can make our lives even better that we can't buy in stores or catalogues. It's actually a gift from God.

Cassie: Oh, my gosh, are you saying we're having --

Sharon: You're guessing it, Cassie. We're having a baby!

Sharon: Everything is going to be fine. Everything is going to be just fine. Tired already, sweetie?

Cassie: Mommy, are you okay?

Sharon: I was just thinking happy thoughts.

Cassie: I came back to ask you a question.

Sharon: Something you wanted to ask me in private?

Cassie: Sort of. Do I have a godmother? I probably don't since I wasn't with you and Daddy when I was a baby.

Sharon: Has this been bothering you?

Cassie: Not really with the baby.

Sharon: Iím sure Katherine would love to be your godmother. Do you want me to ask her?

Cassie: I have Grandma Doris and Nikki. Iím fine. Does anybody know when she's coming back? I really miss Nikki.

Sharon: I wish I did because I really miss her too.

Victoria: So much has happened. I don't know where to start.

Nikki: Let's start with you.

Victoria: No, you have been away. You tell me about your trip.

Nikki: Letís say it was an amazing adventure. I want to hear about the family.

Victoria: Okay. For one thing, I have been working with research and development on a few new items for Brash & Sassy.

Nikki: I am sure everything is going well for you business-wise. I want to hear about your personal life. There's a special glow about you.

Victoria: I guess you can say Iím the happiest I have been in a long time.

Nikki: I know who's responsible of that. Are you and Ryan finally free of Tricia?

Victoria: It depends what you mean by finally.

Nikki: I guess you feel the same?

Victoria: The same?

Nikki: You think Ryan is the love of your life.

Victoria: Yeah, he is.

Nikki: Iím so happy for you. When it's right, you know it in your heart.

Victoria: Yeah, just like you and Dad. I know, I know. You can deny it all you want. You say you and Dad are just friends.

Nikki: We are just friends.

Victoria: Ryan and I were just friends too.

Nikki: I don't know why I thought things would be different.

Victoria: I missed you. It's good to have you back.

Nikki: I missed you too.

Victoria: It's so good to have my mother around.

Nicholas: Mom, what are you doing here?

Nikki: Well, excuse me, what kind of a greeting is that for a woman that's been off to the Amazon and back?

Nikki: Tell me about Sharon. How's her pregnancy?

Nicholas: Everything is great. There are no problems. We got to feel the baby kick for the first time. Sharon is so excited.

Nikki: I bet she is.

Nicholas: She seems so happy. Katherine will be the baby's godmother.

Victoria: She's the perfect choice.

Nikki: I bet she's thrilled. Wonderful to see the family in a good place.

Nicholas: There's something I should tell you about something you got for Sharon for her shower.

Nikki: What?

Nicholas: Would you believe Dad got her the exact same thing?

Nikki: You two are never going to give up on this, are you?

Victoria: Why should we when there's such a connection? Nicholas, did you know Mother landed and directly came here?

Nikki: Don't start. This is interesting.

Nicholas: That's a bad idea.

Nikki: Why? What?

Victoria: Tricia Dennison is living with him.

Cassie: Grandma Doris is helping me make something for the baby.

Sharon: Is it a secret or can you tell me?

Cassie: Booties for the baby.

Sharon: When did you learn how to knit?

Cassie: Iím just learning.

Sharon: You have plenty of time to finish them.

Cassie: You know what I keep wondering? If I will have a little brother or little sister.

Sharon: We'll all have to wait and be surprised.

Cassie: I know the baby will have the best mom and dad in the world.

Sharon: Oh, sweetie, come here. Give me a hug.

Tricia: I, um --

[Phone ringing]

Dr. Burns: Iím sorry. Excuse me. Hello.

Matt: Tricia, listen to me. If you keep taking those drugs, they'll kill me and you won't have a chance. You'll be alone, totally alone.

Tricia: They're here to help me.

Matt: She wants to put you away.

Tricia: It's not the same. Will you go away?

Matt: I am part of you, Tricia! The part that's strong and doesn't take crap from anybody! You want to be little miss doormat?! I won't let you get away with this!

Dr, Burns: Tricia? Something is upsetting you. What is it? Tell me.

 Nikki: Tricia is living with your father?

Nicholas: Yeah.

Victoria: Pretty creepy, isn't it?

Nikki: Why would he do that?

Nicholas: It's not romantic.

Nikki: I certainly hope not.

Victoria: He thought it was the best way to keep an eye on her.

Nikki: Why?

Nicholas: Keith Dennison had a stroke.

Nikki: Is it serious?

Victoria: He's in a coma and no one knows if he'll come out of it.

Nicholas: He's still incapacitated.

Victoria: That's terrible. Tricia was on her own.

Nicholas: He thought this was the best way to keep an eye on her.

Nikki: To take such extreme measures.

Victoria: He also bought Ryan's apartment building and installed a new security team.

Nicholas: On the off chance Tricia would stop by.

Victoria: Which she did. No harm done.

Nikki: Then he had Tricia move in with him?

Nicholas: That was Tricia's idea.

Nikki: This is crazy. I don't get it.

Victoria: I argued with Dad until I was blue in the face.

Nicholas: He has the top of the line surveillance system in his apartment.

Victoria: Thanks to his days with Diane. And Tricia has a guard wherever she goes.

Nikki: He has some protection.

Nicholas: We all do.

Victoria: It was the only way to keep tabs on her.

Nikki: Why does he have her living with him?

Nicholas: I have to agree.

Victoria: I am starting to feel better about it.

Nicholas: So far she hasn't caused any problems.

Nikki: I don't care how closely he's having her watched. Apparently he feels she's a very dangerous woman.

Reese: It's not a simple blood test. She's medicated the patient and the drugs are working.

Victor: You don't know that for a fact.

Reese: A trust between doctor and patient. Subjecting her to a test just sends the message she's not to be trusted.

Victor: She is not to be trusted.

Reese: Tell that to Dr. Burns.

Victor: I can't talk to Dr. Burns.

Reese: Of course not. Iím not unsympathetic with your concerns.

Victor: You could have fooled me, doc.

Dr. Burns: Get yourself another cup of coffee.

Tricia: Iím sorry. I think I drank too much coffee this morning. Iím feeling a little jumpy.

Dr. Burns: What are you thinking right now?

Tricia: Even though Iím feeling a lot better, I still have bad thoughts.

Matt: Bad thoughts? Iím the only healthy thing in your head.

Dr. Burns: What kind of thoughts?

Tricia: Just anger and resentment.

Matt: Well-deserved. It's called strength, Tricia!

Dr. Burns: Are you saying it's likely it happens right before it's time for your medication?

Tricia: Maybe, yeah.

Dr. Burns: I wonder if we shouldn't increase your dose a little.

Matt: No. Don't let her do it.

Tricia: Iíd rather not.

Dr. Burns: You sure?

Matt: Yes.

Tricia: Yes.

Tricia: I think it's healthy to deal with the feelings rather than silence my feelings.

Dr. Burns: That's a very healthy attitude, Tricia. We're finished for the day. Iíll have the nurse bring in your medication. Keep up the good work.

Tricia: Thank you. Thank you, doctor.

Dr. Burns: Iíll see you tomorrow.

Matt: Don't you take those meds. You understand me?

Tricia: Yelling at me doesn't make me want to keep you.

Matt: Excuse me. Iím trying to get through that thick skull of yours.

Tricia: Insult me. That helps.

I have your medication, Miss Dennison. .

Matt: Oh, God, not him again.

I have your medication, Miss Dennison.

Victor: Hello, Tricia.

Tricia: Victor, I didn't know you were coming. Are you checking up on me?

Matt: No kidding.

Victor: I have your best interests at heart.

Matt: Don't take that pill. You're plotting against the Newmans. He's not your friend! No!

Victor: Would you like me to take you home now?

Matt: Tell him no.

Tricia: Yes, Iíd like that.

Victor: All right.

Matt: Tricia, no! No! No!

Ms. Connelly, is this your daughter?

Traci: It's not -- thank God, it's not Colleen. It's not my daughter.


Jack: There's a mild resemblance but it's not her.

Traci: That poor girl. She's all alone and she's cold and no one knows where she is. No one knows who she is. My God, Jack, there's a mother somewhere who doesn't even know yet it's her child.

Jack: I know. I know.

Traci: She's never coming home again. All I can think about is that sick feeling in my stomach fearing that was Colleen in the drawer. In the first few seconds I thought it was her.

Jack: I know, I know.

Traci: That little girl could be Colleen's sister.

Jack: Don't do this to yourself.

Traci: It wasn't her this time. Who's to say next time --?

Jack: Traci, you have to stop this!

Traci: I can't stop it! I don't want to stop it! It wasn't her this time. Jack, we don't know anything more than we did yesterday when we first realized she was gone. This has not helped us one bit! Iíve seen this girl and I know with my own eyes. How did it get this far? She's never been a problem child. She's never given me one second of grief. She was always happy. She was always full of light and joy.

Jack: We have to keep looking for that girl. Traci, we have to keep looking. She's never been a problem child, never. She's thinking emotionally. She made a mistake. As soon as she comes to her senses she'll realize she made a mistake. She'll come home.

Traci: The eternal optimist.

Jack: I always will be.

Traci: Jack, I looked at that little girl and now I know how real this is. Colleen is in danger, and I am so afraid for her.

Jack: You have to believe she's coming home. You have to believe it, Trace.

Traci: I want to believe it, I do. I want to believe it. We have not heard one word from her. She's young and innocent and alone. She's out there somewhere. Where could she go? Jack, what's happened to her? Oh, my God. Oh, God, please take care of my baby. Protect her and bring her home to us.

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