Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/16/02
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Victoria: Come on, Nicholas. Pick up your phone. Oh, damn it. Voice mail. Hey, Cody, is Diego around? I'd like to ask him some questions.
Cody: Hmm, sorry. You just missed him. He left right after his shift.
Victoria: Oh. You don't know what happened with Nicholas and Sharon last night, do you?
Cody: No, not really. I was about to close when Nick showed up. He was in pretty bad shape. He practically kicked me out of here.
Victoria: All right, thanks.
Cody: Sure. Hi, Carrie. How's it going?
Carrie: Hi. Umm, I feel so dumb. Did you happen to find a pair of red gloves this morning? I must have left them here last night.
Cody: Do these look familiar?
Carrie: Yes. Uh, thank you. I can't believe I did that.
Cody: Oh, you know, I just remembered. Last night, after Nick gave me the boot, I left you here with him. Now, he didn't jump all over your case, too, did he?
Carrie: No, no. Nothing like that.
Cody: Good, good. Glad to hear it. Well, I've got to get back to it.
Carrie: Thanks, Cody.
Victoria: Hold up a second. Uh, hi. Could I ask you a question?
Carrie: Excuse me?
Mackenzie: We're going to finish this, Billy. You can't just walk away from me.
Billy: Mac, that's not what Iím doing. I didn't think we should talk in the theater while rehearsal was going on, hmm? So what's this about? What am I supposed to stop doing?
Mackenzie: Please don't play dumb with me.
Billy: What are you talking about?
Mackenzie: Look, I know what you've been doing backstage, then at the coffee house just now. You've been playing mind games with me.
Billy: Mind games?
Mackenzie: Sending someone to spy on me. The person's just obvious enough for me to notice, and then whoever it is disappears.
Billy: Mac, I can't believe this. I didn't send anybody to mess with you, okay?
Billy: Look, I heard you've been stressing. If that's what this is all about, then I've got to tell you, Iím really concerned.
Isabella: Your past with Christine. Is it behind you now?
Paul: Isabella, I want you to listen to me. The only reason this is an issue right now is because of my mother. I can't believe the lengths that she has gone to. What Chris and I had was over a long, long time ago, and that has nothing to do with us and our baby. I want you to believe that.
Marissa: If she's giving him a hard time, I hope he's giving it right back to her. No comment?
Lynne: Look, you know Iím not a fan of Isabellaís, but Paul asked me to butt out.
Marissa: What's that, Lynne?
Lynne: It's a letter for Paul from the court. I'm afraid I know exactly what this is.
Michael: Yes. Yes, Christine. Home. All things considered, don't you think it's time you thought of coming back?
Chris: Michael, I know you mean well --
Michael: Before you tell me that this is personal --
Chris: Well, it is, okay? I don't want to discuss it.
Michael: Look, I know what the ground rules are, and I'm not pushing. I am merely urging you to assess the situation carefully, and whatever you decide, it deserves a lot of thought.
Chris: Duly noted. Now if there's nothing more --
Michael: You mean, you're not even going to consider it?
Chris: Why aren't you listening to what I'm saying? I don't want to talk about it.
Michael: This is not just me sticking my nose in your personal business. This affects my business, it affects our business, and it certainly affects Sharon Newman a great deal.
Chris: Okay. Believe me, I empathize with her. I do. But this decision has to be about my life. It has to be based on my own needs. Or are you going to argue with that, too?
John: Anyway, honey, dinner's at 7:00. I guess Brad and Ashley are gonna invite the whole gang.
Colleen: Great. I'll have to lean on you all to buy tickets. Just to make sure everyone comes to see the play.
John: You know, I am so glad you're excited about this play. It seems like you're having a good time working behind the scenes, huh?
Colleen: I know I was kind of a pain at first, not wanting to sign up. I'm really sorry I gave you so much grief.
John: Oh, come on, now. Things are different?
Colleen: Yeah. Rehearsal is the best part of my day.
John: Okay, shall we?
Raul: Oh, hey. Look who's here.
Brittany: Hi, Mr. Abbott.
John: Well, hello, Brittany, gentlemen.
Raul: Mr. Abbott, how's it going?
John: Well, everything's just fine.
Erica: Abbott -- are you and Billy related?
John: Hmm, a little bit. He's my son. And you are?
Erica: Erica Trott. I go to Walnut Grove.
Colleen: She's our stage manager.
John: The play? Well, I have to say I'm very impressed. Nice to meet you.
Erica: Same here.
Brittany: And speaking of the play, we have some news.
Erica: Before we left, the director told us that the dance at the end of the show is definitely in.
Raul: And guess who the star attraction is.
Colleen: Oh, my gosh! I can't believe it!
Sean: Congratulations, kiddo.
J.T.: Hey, that's great, Colleen. Way to go.
Carrie: Do I know you?
Victoria: I'm Victoria Newman. I'm Nicholas' sister. Did I hear right? You said your name is Carrie?
Carrie: If you've been talking to Nick and Sharon about me, I hope they realize how much I regret what happened last night.
Victoria: You know, Iím not really up to speed. What exactly happened last night?
Carrie: Uh, well, I --
Victoria: No, you know what? It's okay. You can tell me. I'm family.
Carrie: Uh, well, Nicholas was feeling really down, and we started talking, and I found out that he came here after this dinner that he was supposed to have with his wife. Evidently, it was a disaster. I'd only met him once before last night, and he seemed like such a good guy, so I thought maybe I could help him talk it out, and then, well -- he just seemed like he needed to be comforted. And before I knew it, I was kissing him, and that's when his wife --
Victoria: Right. That's when Sharon walked in.
Carrie: Yes. Look, that's all that was gonna happen.
Victoria: That's all?
Carrie: I know no one's gonna believe this, but I am not that kind of girl. Nothing more was gonna happen.
Victoria: One more thing. Sorry. Did you explain this to Sharon by any chance?
Carrie: I tried, but she wouldn't listen to me, not that I blame her.
John: Well, I didn't know that there was a chance that you might be on stage.
Erica: Colleen tried out a couple of days ago and knocked everyone's socks off.
John: Well, that certainly doesn't come as any surprise.
Sean: John, since we did bump into you, I have an update, too.
John: Well, I gather it's about the Glow by Jabot house.
Sean: Yeah. I ran by the school to get an update on what their plans were for the summer, and so far, we have Brittany, Raul and J.T. on board.
John: I see. It seems like we're a little short on the female equation.
Sean: Yeah, I didn't have an opportunity to speak to Mac yet.
Brittany: Oh, well, she wouldn't want to do it. No way. Especially now that she and Billy -- you know.
J.T.: Although Billyís new girlfriend's a possibility.
John: What girlfriend?
Raul: Danielle. Supposedly.
John: Well, I didn't know that Billy was going out with anybody.
J.T.: Yeah. They're practically inseparable.
Raul: He's exaggerating.
J.T.: Well, not by much. Anyway, I think Danielle would make a good addition to the crew. Even if those two break up, it just adds to the drama. Isn't that what you're always saying, Sean?
Sean: We'll see. In any case, we need at least one more girl.
Brittany: Well, what about Colleen?
Colleen: Are you serious? Could that be possible? Me, a Glow by Jabot kid?
Sean: A good idea, Britt.
Brittany: Well, I mean, I was thinking of the fans that could relate to her age, and then there's the family angle. Billy and Colleen are related.
John: Well, thank you, dear, but honey, I really don't believe that that's going to work. Now, I mean, you're just a little bit too young. Maybe next year.
Colleen: Yeah, right. I understand.
Sean: But I could use another assistant behind the camera.
John: Ah, now that is certainly in the realm of possibility.
Colleen: Fine with me as long as Iím there. Wow, what a great day. First, Iím in the play, then I get to work on the internet campaign all summer.
Erica: Speaking of the show, you need to be fitted for a costume -- before sixth period, if you can swing it.
John: We can do that. I'll take you right now.
Raul: Well, you keep wishing for Danielle to be part of the cast. Why is that?
J.T.: Well, keeping Abbott occupied should be reason enough, don't you think?
Brittany: What are you trying to say, J.T.?
J.T.: Well, he keeps hassling Mac, and as far as Iím concerned, that's the last thing she needs right now. Sean, you know where to find me.
Mackenzie: Billy, please, will you just admit it? It has to be you.
Billy: Stalking you? Come on, Mac. That's crazy.
Mackenzie: There's no one else it could be!
Billy: Well, you'd better think again.
Mackenzie: Look, I know you're angry about the way things ended with us. I have been, too. I'm not passing judgment, and if you won't admit it, fine, but please, Billy. Please stop it.
Billy: You're serious? You think I'm doing this?
Mackenzie: Well, somebody is!
Billy: Wait, Mac, you look at me. I would never do what you're describing, and you know that.
Mackenzie: Well, then who else could it be?
Billy: I don't know, but it's not me.
Mackenzie: But Billy --
Billy: No, look, you know what? You're way out of line with this. I mean, telling me Iím doing something totally messed up, -- you need help, Mac. You need major help.
[Knock at door]
Sharon: No? Not you, too?
Victor: What kind of a greeting is that?
Sharon: I know what you're thinking, and it's not going to happen. I'm not going to talk to you about any of this. Your daughter was just here harassing me, and I'm not up for a repeat performance.
Victor: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Sharon, what happened? I'm not here to harass you.
Sharon: Victor, I hate to say it, but I'm tired of the Newmans constantly trying to brainwash me into seeing things your way. If you want the gory details about what a jerk your son is, go ask him, but leave me out of it.
Nikki: You're saying they spent the evening together alone?
Victoria: That was the plan.
Nikki: Well, what happened?
Victoria: Well, let me put it this way. Sharon is filing for legal separation.
Nikki: Oh, my God.
Victoria: She is blowing this whole thing out of proportion! You know, I thought about marching back in there and telling her how furious this whole situation makes me.
Nikki: Well, I'm glad you didn't do that. Look, just calm down, and tell me what happened.
Victoria: Well, I don't have all the details. Sharon wouldn't fill me in, and I couldn't get ahold of Nicholas, but I will tell you one thing, Mother, -- I think the woman's really losing it.
Paul: There you go. You feel better?
Isabella: Much better.
Paul: I've been told my kisses have that effect.
Isabella: Oh, what you just told me had more of an effect. I don't know, maybe I'm just being insecure.
Paul: Look, I can understand that, and you're right. We haven't come into any conclusions about our future. But I want you to know something; everything Iíve said about how close I feel to you is from the heart. I meant every word, okay?
[Knock at door]
Lynne: Sorry to interrupt, boss.
Paul: It's all right, Lynne. What is it?
Lynne: This just came for you.
Paul: Thank you.
Isabella: What is it?
Paul: I don't know. Legal papers. The waiting period is over. As of today, my marriage is a thing of the past.
Michael: All right, all right. Uh, well as far as Sharon is concerned, let me tell you where we stand.
Chris: You said you already filed the separation papers.
Michael: Yeah, I did that based on the possibility you might be coming home, but that's no longer an option. I'm gonna contact Sharon and insist that she hire another firm. I mean, for me to get more involved in this case without you in the picture would be highly inflammatory, to say the least.
Chris: I definitely agree. But why go elsewhere? What about Alex?
Chris: Yeah. From everything you told me, she's an excellent lawyer. The Newmans respect her.
Chris: It would be a way to keep it in the firm without ruffling too many feathers.
Michael: Well, number one, family law isn't really her area. And number two, I mean, are you forgetting what the woman's just been through, losing her fiancť in Kenya?
Chris: Oh, of course, you're right. Um, she's probably still not up to it.
Michael: Well, even if she were, I mean, I don't know if Sharon would go along. I mean, Sharon wants you desperately.
Chris: If you think you can guilt me into coming back there --
Michael: That's not what I'm doing.
Chris: I just resent being pressured, so back off. I told you, I am not ready to make a decision.
Michael: Yeah? Well, you don't have a great deal of time to ponder this, so Iíll take that for a "no." Now, even though Paul is living with another woman who will be having his child within a few weeks, I guess you still can't get on with your life.
[Phone clicks] Man!
Erica: Thank you. So it sounds like Colleen will be helping behind the camera if her family is cool with it, huh?
Sean: Could be.
Erica: Maybe I oughta change my name to Abbott.
Brittany: News flash, Erica, that's how it works, especially when you're talking about a family business.
Sean: There's nothing wrong with a little nepotism as long as Colleen holds up her end.
Raul: Were you maybe looking for a job this summer?
Erica: Well, it's a cool gig in a field that I'm interested in, and I know I can learn a lot. So if you'd keep me in mind, Sean, I'd really appreciate it.
Sean: I'll do that. Hmm. Look, I've gotta run. Uh, the drinks are on me. I'll catch up with you guys later.
Raul: Thanks, man.
Erica: Ooh, look at the time. I've got to meet with the director before the break ends. Bye.
Raul: Whew. I thought they'd never leave.
Brittany: Yeah, right. So why'd you let J.T. off the hook?
Raul: What do you mean?
Brittany: Well, the way he was running his mouth about Billy and Mac. You didn't say a word.
Raul: Yeah, so?
Brittany: Well, I just found it interesting. You didn't leap to their defense. You worked so hard trying to keep those two together.
Raul: Well, at this point, I don't think they should be.
Raul: It wasn't that long ago that they really seemed like they were the perfect couple, but now I honestly feel it's better they've broken up, especially for Mac.
Victor: I have already spoken to Nicholas, and I think that maybe you and I should talk now.
Sharon: Why, so that you can be the hero, so that you can save the day? Well, it's not going to happen, so you can just save your breath. You think I like talking to you this way? It's my only hope of getting through to you.
Victor: What happened to you? That's not the Sharon I know. I'm sorry you feel this way.
Sharon: Well, it's because you have forced me into it -- your family anyway. If Victoriaís little harangue just convinced me of anything, it's that I haven't taken strong enough measures against you people. Maybe I should just go straight to divorce, forget separation.
Victor: What are you talking about? You have the power to do that, but you mustn't do that. I'm not here to coerce you into doing anything. I'm here because I think you and I should talk. We used to be able to do that in the past. We communicated rather well. I think it might be a good idea if we did that now.
Sharon: I'm not denying that we used to be able to talk, but that was then, and there's just nothing that you can say right now that's going to make any difference, not when --
Victor: When what?
Sharon: I know that you can't possibly be objective.
Victor: Why, because Nicholas is my son?
Sharon: No, Iím talking about you, Victor, the way that you've handled your life, your relationships.
Victor: What the hell does that have to do with anything?
Sharon: Because everything has to be on your terms -- everything! Now your son is operating the exact same way, and I'm not going to stand for it, not anymore!
Nikki: You're telling me Sharon walked in the office and saw Nicholas on the couch with that woman?
Victoria: All right, it probably wasn't a very pleasant thing for her to walk in on, and nobody wants to see their husband kissing another woman, but Mother, it was just a kiss. I talked to this Carrie girl, and she seemed to be telling the truth. Nothing else happened.
Nikki: Well, who knows what more would have happened if Sharon hadn't walked in?
Victoria: Well, according to Carrie, nothing.
Nikki: Oh, of course she's going to say that.
Victoria: All right, fine. Maybe something else would have happened, but you know what? Sharon's got to take some responsibility with this. I mean, she's frozen Nicholas out of their marriage. Come on!
Nikki: Victoria, I'm sorry. The argument of "Iím just a man, and a man needs sex" is not going to fly here, not with Sharon, not with me.
Victoria: I can't believe you don't agree with me about this.
Nikki: Well, I just don't think I can take Nicholas' side.
Victoria: Why not?
Nikki: Will you think about this? Sharon is not just reacting to one isolated incident. You've got to take this in context.
Victoria: In the context of what?
Nikki: Two words -- Grace Turner.
Victoria: Oh, please. That was a completely different situation.
Nikki: I don't care. You have to know that Sharon is thinking about the fact that Nicholas cheated on her once before. And once you have betrayed a trust like Nicholas did and worked your way back into being trusted, it's still never quite the same. I mean, just walking in and seeing what she saw must have shaken her to the bottom of her soul. I don't care if it was "just a kiss."
Victoria: All right. Maybe that puts a different spin on things.
Nikki: Of course it does. I hope that you have a little more compassion for your sister-in-law now.
Brittany: What was I thinking? Now we'll be talking about Mac all day.
Raul: [Laughs] You brought up the subject.
Brittany: I know. I should have my head examined. Once I get you started, it's hard to get you to stop.
Raul: You know, I used to think that your attitude was on account of Billy, but now, I don't know. I'm just getting this feeling.
Raul: Well, Macís just my friend, but you don't like it at all that I'm concerned about another girl, do you?
Brittany: You know, Iím curious, Raul.
Brittany: What would you say if I told you I'd be through with you forever if you didn't cut all ties with Mackenzie? Well, so much for that question.
Raul: Except it wasn't a question, not really.
Brittany: Oh, what was it then?
Raul: A test. You're testing me. You're trying to see how much I care about you.
Brittany: Well, you think so, do you?
Brittany: Well, in that case, what would be the answer, Mr. Know-it-all?
Raul: I don't have an answer, not to that question anyway, because it's totally lame.
Brittany: Excuse me? Lame?
Brittany: What is that supposed to mean?
Raul: Look, to me, the feelings you have for somebody have nothing to do with anybody else or what you have to give up to prove yourself. It's all about how happy you are when you're around that person, how good it feels.
Brittany: Uh-huh. And if I asked you that? How I make you feel?
Raul: Well, that I'd answer. Very, very good.
Chris: Damn that man. Where does he get off? This has nothing to do with Paul.
Gavin: Come again?
Chris: Gavin? Uh, I was just talking to myself.
Gavin: Something bothering you?
Chris: I just had a call from my partner back in the States. A friend of mine may be ending her marriage, and she wants me to represent her.
Chris: Yes, unfortunately. It could get kind of sticky. Michael just put a lot of pressure on me to take the case, as if I'm the only attorney in the world who could handle it, which we know isn't true.
Gavin: Although there is the comfort factor -- for your friend, that is.
Chris: Well, yeah. Be that as it may, I resented Michaelís attitude. He said some things he had no business saying.
Gavin: This is probably one of those times when I should keep my mouth shut, because it's to my advantage for you to stay on, but I can understand why your partner is doing everything he can to get you to come back. You've been gone a long time, Christine. I know you have other reasons for wanting to be here, and not all of them are to do with my charming smile. I know Ian said you should take a break, try to get a fix on your future plans. You could go back to the States, help out your friend, then you can come back here whenever you're ready -- unless those other reasons are still a factor? Perhaps you're not ready to confront them yet.
Chris: According to Michael, that's the case. He seems to know my mind better than I do. Anyway, umm, thank you for the offer.
Gavin: Well, I was trying to make your decision easier, but I'm not sure I helped.
Paul: Kind of ironic, isn't it?
Isabella: How do you mean?
Paul: Well, we're talking about putting the past behind us, and then that shows up.
Isabella: Maybe it's an omen, a positive sign -- a sign of new hopes and dreams, ones we can build together.
Chris: "Circuit Court of Genoa County. Genoa City, Wisconsin, USA." So the waiting period has ended. My marriage is truly over.
Victor: We're not talking about me or my relationships. My son is not me.
Sharon: Yeah, well, he definitely is his father's son.
Victor: You and Nicholas have something very special, something very different from anything I ever had. It's given me great joy to watch the two of you as a married couple, even a greater joy to watch you as parents of two very beautiful children. Don't throw all that away. Please think about what you have.
Sharon: What we had. I'm sorry. I'm sorry for the harsh words. I shouldn't have made any comparisons between you and Nick, not for the reasons that you say, but just because you've never done me wrong. You've never been anything but supportive and kind to me. But again, there's just nothing that you can do here. Nicholas has hurt me, and I am all out of forgiveness. Need I remind you, this is not the first time he's betrayed my trust.
Victor: You're talking about Grace Turner. I honestly don't think he's going to make that mistake twice.
Sharon: You know what? Maybe I am reacting out of emotion more than logic, but just the sound of her name -- Grace Turner. You know that with everything that has happened recently, that was the lowest point of our relationship, the absolute lowest.
Victor: Sharon, I understand that. I do. But I'm still asking you to not act precipitously. Think about what you have. I'll make a deal with you. I'll go to my family and tell them not to infringe upon your privacy if you promise me one thing -- don't cross a point of no return. Don't close the door behind you that is going to be very difficult to open again.
Sharon: All right.
Victor: You agree?
Sharon: I won't file for divorce, not right now. Not yet.
Victor: Okay. You're gonna be all right.
Nikki: This whole fiasco happened last night. It's still very fresh in Sharonís mind.
Victoria: If you think she's gonna chill out and give Nicholas a second chance --
Nick: It's possible. Maybe sooner than we think.
Victoria: You know what, Mother? Under normal circumstances, I would agree with you, but you haven't heard the rest.
Victoria: Sharon isn't just filing for legal separation. She wants to get a restraining order against Nicholas.
Nikki: Restraining order? Why?
Victoria: So he'll stay away from her. She wants nothing more to do with him. She is adamant that we all keep our distance, or else she'll pack up and leave the ranch.
Nikki: This is really out of control. But she may cool down.
Victoria: I guess we can hope.
Nikki: Look, in the meantime, we can't fight her on this. I don't want you racing over there loaded for bear, all right? I need your word on that.
Victoria: All right.
Grace: Hmm, no good gossip today. Bummer. Gee, Grace, could your life be boring enough? Go straight for the online gossip rags. Same old, same old. Blah, blah, blah. Uh-oh, what's this? "Tycoon's son's marriage hits the skids. Sharon Newman filed for legal separation today from husband Nicholas, son of Newman Enterprises founder Victor Newman. Married six years, could the fantasy be over for these former high school sweethearts?"
Nick: I tell you, it is not easy working without air conditioning. It's stifling around here.
Grace: Count your blessings. At least the backups have kept our computers from crashing.
Nick: Yeah, but it's like a furnace in here.
Grace: You know, we're spoiled? What did people do before air conditioning was invented?
Nick: Sweltered, probably, and complained a lot. Man, I can't take this heat any more. I'm loosening up my shirt here. I hope you don't mind.
Grace: As long as I can take off my blouse. Don't worry. I have a camisole underneath.
Nick: Yeah, sure. Whatever.
Nick: You know, Grace, the answers to these questions can open up a lot of new possibilities, help us position our products better in the target markets.
Grace: Yeah, but I still have some problems with some of the questions.
Nick: Such as?
Grace: All right. Question 24, for example here. I wonder if it's too provocative.
Nick: No. No way. I like it. It cuts right to the heart of the matter.
Grace: Yeah, but it's gonna give us some less than honest answers. But we'll be able to interpret it.
Nick: Well, maybe you'll be able to interpret it. I still can't figure women out.
Grace: That's what makes us so mysterious. Anyway, I think you know women a lot more than you're willing to admit, Nicholas.
Nick: What are you doing?
Grace: Getting out of these stockings. Anything to cool off.
Nick: With any luck, the storm will end soon, and we can get the hell out of here.
Grace: As far as I'm concerned, it can keep storming all night.
Grace: Well, well. What do you know? Seems life just got a bit more interesting.
Paul: You think this is a positive thing, my divorce decree?
Isabella: Well, it's not a happy moment, but it makes it official that it's over. It brings a sense of finality. You just said so yourself.
Paul: Yeah. Yeah, that's what I said.
Isabella: Maybe you can't understand this, but the truth is, it does make me feel better. Paul, we're living together. Things are going so well -- I mean, at least I think so. Our little baby is almost ready to make its appearance, and now you know that the past is over. It's official. You're free. We're free to do whatever we want.
Paul: Look, Isabella --
Isabella: I think we should consider getting married.
Colleen: Oh, Mac, hey! I have been looking for you. I am so excited. You know the party scene at the end of the play? Well, the director decided to let me dance in it. Can you believe it? I won't just be a gopher anymore. I get to wear a costume and be on stage.
Mackenzie: Wow. That's neat, Colleen.
Colleen: Thanks. Well, the costume guy gave me all this stuff. Do you think you could help me go through it?
Colleen: This is kind of cute, huh? Yuck, not that. I like this one. It's a little too big though. Green. I like green. Green's good. Purple.
Ralph: Hey, Mac.
Mackenzie: Where's Mom?
Ralph: She went out.
Mackenzie: When will she be back?
Ralph: Not for a while.
Mackenzie: I've got a lot of homework to do.
Ralph: It can wait.
Mackenzie: No, it can't.
Ralph: Don't be in such a hurry, Mac. Stay. I want to talk. We never have a chance to talk.
Mackenzie: Oh, my God. Ralph.
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