Y&R Transcript Monday 5/27/02
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Sharon: So, home again, home again.
Nick: You okay with that?
Sharon: Going home?
Nick: Well, I know you had your doubts.
Sharon: Yeah. It was a wonderful fantasy, you know? Staying in paradise forever.
Nick: I know. No cares, no worries. We had our own private island.
Sharon: Perfect as it was, I'm looking forward to getting back to our life, our home, see the kids.
Nick: Well, it won't be long now.
Sharon: You're a miracle worker, Nick.
Nick: You think?
Sharon: If anyone told me just a few short days ago that I would be here with you like this -- I'd almost given up hope.
Nick: Hey, don't ever give up hope. If you want something bad enough, and if you believe in it, you can make anything happen. I never stopped believing in us. Never.
Colleen: I tried calling Billy again, Granddad, but his phone must be turned off.
Colleen: He must be at the movies.
John: Oh, that's right. He did mention it to me that there was a new movie he wanted to see.
Gina: I hope you two didn't eat breakfast, because I have tons of food -- enough to feed a small army here.
John: Well, now, Gina you know, the key word there is "small."
Gina: Are you sure Jack can't join us?
John: Well, when I left the office, he was in a meeting.
Colleen: On a holiday? Bummer.
John: Yeah, unfortunately, it couldn't be helped. Now, as for Phyllis --
Gina: Say no more.
Colleen: You know, I tried calling Brad, but no one picked up. He and Ashley must be out with Abby somewhere.
Gina: Yeah, and I know Katherine had plans.
John: As does Mamie. And we can't reach Billy on his cell phone, so it is official, ladies. We are a very elite group.
Colleen: I think it's kind of nice.
John: Oh, you do? Having the place to ourselves, huh?
Colleen: Yeah. How often does that happen?
Gina: Yeah. Well, I'm glad we didn't work too hard on that song that we planned to sing for everyone.
Colleen: Are you kidding? You were going to sing?
John: Well, we're going to have to refund all those tickets.
Colleen: Well, I'm here. Sing for me!
John: Oh, honey --
Colleen: Seriously. Why not?
Gina: Come on, John. I've sung to empty tables before. I'm game if you are.
John: You realize that we don't do this thing but for special, special people.
Colleen: Cool, I'm grabbing front row, center.
John: You ready, Madam? Come on.
Gina: Here we go.
John: Two, a one, two, three.
♫ You make me feel so young you make me feel that spring has sprung and every time I see you grin I'm such a happy individual the moment you speak I want to go play hide-and-seek I want to go and bounce the moon just like a toy balloon well you and I we're just like a couple of tots running across the meadow, picking up lots of forget-me-nots so you make me feel so young you make me feel there are songs to be sung bells to be rung and a wonderful fling to be flung and even when I'm old and gray I'm going to feel the way I do today 'cause you make me feel so young
John: Blop, bleep, bleep, bum. ♫
Colleen: That was so cool. You guys are great together.
John: Well, thank you. Hey, you know, if you two don't mind, I would like to get out of this suit and get into something comfortable.
Gina: I think that's a great idea. You go. We'll wait.
John: I'm going.
Gina: He'll find us down here eating because I have a feeling there's going to be a lot of leftovers.
Colleen: You have a beautiful voice, Gina.
Gina: Thanks, honey. I'll bet you you do, too.
Colleen: 'Cause my mom, you mean?
Gina: You know, I sang with your mom a couple of times. Traci has a fabulous voice.
Colleen: Well, I can carry a tune, but that's about it. I've never really learned any songs.
Gina: I could teach you some.
Colleen: Are you kidding? I'd be too nervous to sing in front of people.
Gina: Well, you dance in front of people.
Colleen: That is different.
Gina: No, it's only because you've had years of rehearsing and experience in dancing. I bet you if I gave you a voice lesson, we could really impress your grandfather. What do you think?
Sean: Look at that lady go. I'm serious, Jill. I've never seen you this focused before. You out of breath? Can't talk. How far have you gone? Seven kilometers. Getting up there. That's great. Level nine. You want me to get you some water? It's wonderful weather we're having.
Jill: What are you doing? What are you doing? Stop, give that back to me!
Sean: Not until you talk to me.
Gina: Boy, I tell you, this is the life -- sitting out here by the pool. It's such a gorgeous day.
Diane: Hello? Anybody home?
Diane: Oh, hi, Gina. Graziella, they're out here.
Gina: What are you doing here?
Diane: Moving into the pool house.
Gina: Really, oh. Since when?
Diane: Since Jack invited us to stay there.
Nick: No more bags of peanuts, but there you go.
Sharon: Thanks. This trip really has been magic, Nick. Thanks to you.
Nick: Thanks to both of us.
Sharon: It makes you think back, doesn't it? All the things we've done together, all the special times we've shared. Gosh, you know, when I think about it, we've been together almost since we were kids.
Nick: Yeah. I mean, the first time we got together was at that crazy GCU dance at the coffee house.
Sharon: Oh, no. I'd almost forgotten about that, when we were crowned Kane and Moi wahine. Man, that seemed liked a lifetime ago. Who were those kids?
Sharon: You want to hear a scary thought? We weren't that much older then than Cassie is now. How does that grab you?
Nick: Wait, hold on, Sharon. You got to be careful what you say to me. I guess I'm really old now and my ticker could go.
Sharon: Who's calling us old now?
Nick: You know, thinking that far back is really dating us.
Sharon: Isn't it wonderful, though, having a past that we can think back on? I wouldn't trade it, Nick. I really wouldn't trade a moment of time we spent together. Not for anything.
Nick: Kane and Moi wahine. That's where it all started. And look at us now.
Jill: I had this installed a few days ago. Of course, you wouldn't know about it because I haven't seen you. You haven't even stopped by to say hello.
Sean: Why would you want a treadmill here in the office?
Jill: Because, Sean, running the marathon is more important to me than ever with you or without you. Now give me that damn thing.
Sean: You can take a break to talk to me. Now, I didn't know you were working today.
Jill: I didn't want to be working today. I thought that because today was a holiday, maybe you'd drop the attitude. But no. I wake up this morning, and it's the same thing as all these other days for the past few weeks. You're gone before dawn. Couldn't wait to get back to your precious computer. I figured the hell with you.
Sean: I see.
Jill: You know, since you have pulled the plug on my workout, literally, I would like to tend to some business, okay? So why don't you just get out and let me do that. I'm sure you can't wait to get back to your desk since, lately, work is the only thing that's important to you.
Gina: So Jack invited you?
Diane: Wasn't that terrific of him? He hated the idea of his little boy living out of a suitcase.
Gina: That makes sense.
Diane: I don't believe we've met. I'm Diane Jenkins.
Diane: Oh, you're Jack's little niece. Well, it's nice to finally meet you.
Colleen: You, too.
Diane: This is Graziella, my nanny.
Diane: And this little boy --
Colleen: Kyle, right?
Colleen: Oh, I've heard so much about him. Oh, look how cute he looks in his little outfit.
Diane: You want to hold him?
Colleen: Sure! Here. Come here.
Diane: He's a little sleepy. Oh, he looks right at home up there. Do you baby-sit?
Colleen: Yeah, I watch Abby all the time.
Diane: Well, that's good to know. How old is Abby?
Colleen: 1 1/2.
Diane: Oh, that's almost the same age as Kyle.
Diane: Graziella, the bags will go in there.
Diane: You know, a good babysitter is hard to find. And imagine, you're this close by. Graziella is wonderful, but I know that she's anxious to get back to Italy soon.
Gina: So, how long are you planning on staying?
Diane: It's hard to say. A lot depends on my next job and where we end up. Jack thought it would be a nice idea for us to stay here in the meantime so he can spend unlimited time with his son.
Gina: Well, yeah, that certainly makes a lot of sense. And Phyllis?
Diane: Jack is handling things with his wife. I mean, everybody will have to make adjustments, but it'll be fine.
Gina: Yeah, everybody's going to have to make adjustments. But I'm sure Jack knows what he's doing.
Diane: It'll be fantastic having you and Kyle under practically the same roof. You'll really get a chance to know your little cousin.
Graziella: Senora, should I make another trip to the car?
Diane: Si, Graziella. We have so many things to unpack. Could you hang on to Kyle for me, Colleen?
Gina: I wonder if your granddad knows about this.
Sean: You talk about me having an attitude?
Jill: Now, hurry, run along. You don't want to miss any deadlines on account of me.
Sean: You want to be sarcastic, or you want me to explain? I'm keeping my distance for a reason, Jill. Hoping you'd come to your senses.
Sean: Yes, you. Why would I want to put myself out there just to get shot down again?
Jill: I see. Because you don't get what you want, you're taking it as a huge personal insult.
Sean: What I want, I want for both of us!
Jill: "What I want, what I want, what I want!"
Sean: God, Jill, I can't talk to you about this because I am so damn angry!
Jill: I am sorry. Baby, I am so sorry. I have told you, you have no reason to be angry. Sean, I've opened my heart to you. I've opened my home to you. I have told you I loved you, but that doesn't satisfy you. You just keep badgering me about the one thing, the one thing that I am not ready to do.
Sean: Right, marrying me. Yeah, you know, spending the rest of our lives together. I can see where that would be such a nuisance!
Sharon: Well, it was only a year or so after the big dance that you were trying to make me a big part of your life forever.
Nick: I think I wanted to marry you the first moment I laid eyes on you.
Sharon: Oh, no, no, no, dear heart. When you came back from boarding school in Switzerland, you had girls on your mind, but not marriage.
Nick: Yeah, I guess you're right. I was a little crass back then, huh?
Sharon: A little.
Nick: Yeah, but look at me now. I mean, in no time at all, you whipped me right into shape.
Sharon: Yeah? I whipped you into shape, huh?
Nick: Oh, yeah.
Sharon: You were like no other guy I'd met. You know, even at such a young age, you had your father's incredible flair for romance.
Nick: You think?
Sharon: Looking back over the years, I couldn't even count all the amazing romantic surprises. But it started with your one big gift to me, our home on the ranch, with renovations personally supervised by you.
Nick: It's lookin' good, don't you think?
Sharon: Oh, it's going to be a wonderful house, Nicholas. Just incredible.
Nick: Well, I don't know about incredible, but the work is definitely on schedule.
Sharon: Well, I'd call it incredible. You know, Mom and I have always lived in small apartments. This house is like a dream come true. I couldn't ask for a better place to start my life with my new husband.
Nick: Well, Sharon, all that matters to me is that you're happy.
Sharon: Oh, I am. I couldn't be happier. Or more in love. Thinking back to that moment, my heart was just so full of love for you, Nick. It took my breath away.
Jill: Great, who's being sarcastic now?
Sean: Jill, for God's sakes, when two people are in love, this is the natural progression.
Jill: By whose rule book?
Sean: Look, I don't mean this minute. Six months from now, maybe a year. Whatever you're comfortable with.
Jill: Sean, I am not comfortable. That's what I've been trying to tell you. I just don't understand why you keep badgering me about this.
Sean: You know what? That makes the two of us. I don't either. I mean, all the things that you say to me -- that you're happy and that you're in love with me --
Jill: I'm in love with you. Why is that not enough for you? Why do you need for me to put a ring on my finger to prove how much I care?
Sean: A fate worse than death -- you wearing my ring.
Jill: You know something? The fact that I did not accept your proposal is proof that I do care.
Jill: Because I could have said yes, all right? I knew what you wanted to hear. I could have said, "Yeah, baby, let's set a wedding date," and then backed out of it at the last moment. I am doing you the honor of being straight with you. Oh, but you don't want that. You want to be lied to. Okay, I'll lie to you. All right, let's pick a date. Labor Day. Let's get married on Labor Day.
Sean: Damn it, Jill.
Jill: Oh, you don't want that. Fall wedding, fall wedding. Thanksgiving Day. We're going to get married on Thanksgiving Day. All right, what's the guest list? Who shall we invite?
Sean: Stop it! This is not a joke to me.
Jill: It's not a joke to me, either.
Sean: Baloney. You think that you're doing all you can for me. Now I have proposed to you twice. I have never proposed to anyone before. You mean the world to me. And after all this time, you cannot find it in your heart to make it permanent.
Jill: You seem to want me to lie to you. I'm going to lie to you.
Sean: Oh, that's bull and you know it.
Jill: All right, I can't lie to you, you don't want me to tell the truth. What do you want from me?
Sean: Jill, if you feel the way you say about me, then just show me something. Throw me a crumb, Jill. Do something more than just share a bed with me. Unless that's all that this really is for you -- just convenient sex.
John: Oh, Gina, listen, do you think I might duck out and play a quick nine? You know, before the party begins? I'm not good, but I'm fast. I'll be right back.
Gina: Actually, John, that might not be a bad idea as long as I can be your caddie.
John: Oh, any time, any place. Where is Colleen?
Gina: She's visiting.
John: Visiting whom?
Gina: Well, did Jack happen to say anything to you about a house guest?
John: No. Why?
Gina: Because you have one.
John: Gina, what are you talking about?
Gina: John, maybe you'd better sit down.
John: Oh, no, come on, please.
Gina: It's Diane Jenkins.
John: Excuse me?
Gina: She's settling into the pool house as we speak.
John: Settling in?
Gina: Yeah, Diane, her son, her nanny and a lot of very expensive Italian luggage.
John: What is this? Some kind of a joke?
Gina: You really didn't know, did you?
Diane: Hello, John. I was hoping you'd be here. Happy Memorial Day.
John: Now, what on earth are you doing here?
Diane: Didn't Gina explain?
John: All right, I don't want to hear it from Gina. I mean, how you could have the audacity to come --?
Colleen: Granddad, isn't Kyle so cute? He's going to be living here with us. We are going to have so much fun with him and Abby together. Hey, I can baby-sit both of them. They'll be able to play together, and maybe I'll even make a little camp for them over the summer.
Diane: The arrangement is only until July, Colleen.
Colleen: Oh, are you sure?
John: Oh, really?
Colleen: I mean, things can change. You might end up staying longer than you think.
John: Colleen, honey, Gina, would you both excuse me? I have to talk to Diane privately.
Nick: You know, sometimes I look back and I'm amazed at how much I've changed.
Sharon: Oh, I don't know. You're still the same guy I fell in love with.
Nick: Well, you know how much I love being a daddy. But I can remember a time when I wasn't thrilled -- when you told me you were pregnant with Noah.
Sharon: Well, it caught you by surprise. I mean, we didn't plan it. It just happened. But when he was born, and it looked like he might not pull through --
Nick: I've never felt so helpless in my life. I looked down at my son and know there wasn't a thing I could do for him.
Sharon: Remember that incredible moment, though, when we realized our that our son was going to pull through?
Sharon: Noah, sweetheart, it's your mom and dad. We're here, son, we're right here with you.
Nick: Don't you dare leave us again, buddy, okay? Don't you dare.
Sharon: Oh, thank you, God. Thank you, thank you. Thank you for saving our precious little boy. That's another miracle that you brought to my life, Nick. The way you stayed by my side, praying with me and willing our little boy to make it, that made a difference.
Nick: Now, let's talk about a miracle you brought to my life. It was one I initially rejected, but I finally accepted when it became clear there was a chance you could lose her. I just -- I had a hard time accepting Cassie into my family.
Sharon: But then you did, when you realized how much she meant to me.
Nick: This is it, kiddo.
Cassie: My adoption papers?
Nick: That's right. In the eyes of the law, you're officially our little girl. Just as you have been in our hearts for a very long time. And we are yours forever. From your mommy and daddy.
Cassie: Daddy, can I say something?
Nick: You bet.
Cassie: I just want everybody to know how happy I am. And I want to thank the people that helped me. Chris, Millie and Alice. Especially Alice, because Alice let me have this day, and I know it wasn't easy for her. This is the best present ever because it proves that I'm really, truly part of this family.
Nick: That's right.
Sharon: From that moment on, you have been her father in every way, Nicholas. Really, even before that. She really loves you.
Nick: Well, the feeling's mutual. I love her, too. And I love her mommy and her little brother. My family is my life. And I'm going to do whatever it takes to make sure nothing ever threatens that again.
John: All right, Diane, what is this all about?
Diane: Jack invited us to stay here.
John: I find that hard to believe.
Diane: I'm between jobs right now, and while I'm weighing my options, we both felt that my staying here would be the best arrangement.
John: Oh, really? You both felt, huh?
Diane: Okay, I admit that it was my idea.
Graziella: Excuse me, signora, I need the suitcase to unpack.
Diane: You know, it's okay, Graziella. Could you just give us a moment?
Diane: I was very concerned about Kyle living in a hotel so long. I mean, it's no place for a little boy his age. And Jack agreed. I'm so grateful he did. Your son is quite a man, John. He has such a big heart. And despite everything that we've been through, he still wanted to put Kyle first. And that's why I know that this will work. Because we both want what's best for our son, and of course, Jack would like to spend as much time with him as he can, and I want that, too, so --
John: Diane, please. Please, that's enough. No one mentioned anything about this to me.
Diane: Oh, really? I was under the impression that Jack was going to run it by you right away. I assumed he would call me if there were any objections.
John: Oh, for crying out loud, Diane. How could there not be?
Diane: Jack was certain that you'd go along with this and do what's best for him and his son. Those were his exact words, John. Was he wrong?
Sharon: Come here. Sit down. I love you so much. This trip has recaptured everything for me. Everything. Our love, our dreams, our hopes. I'm even able to think back now to that terrible time when we lost our baby girl.
Nick: Baby, we don't have to talk about that.
Sharon: No, I want to say something. I have to. Maybe I've already said it before, but I am so, so sorry for all the things that I said that hurt you. One thing in particular, but I'm not going to repeat that right now. You know what I'm talking about. Please, please don't think that I believe that. I don't hold you responsible.
Nick: I know. I know.
Sharon: My mind keeps going back to all these times when things were so messed up, like that ordeal with Matt Clark in the cabin, and I just -- I didn't know how things were ever going to be the same again.
Nick: Hey, don't go there, all right?
Sharon: But you -- what did you do? You created this incredible fantasy for me, bigger than life, just to show me how much you loved me.
Sharon: Never, ever in my entire life.
Nick: Me either. Just look at all those stars.
Sharon: Oh, look, look!
Nick: Oh, yeah, a shooting star. Make a wish.
Sharon: Oh, forget it, mister.
Nick: What do you mean, "forget it"? This isn't like blowing out candles on a birthday cake.
Sharon: I wished that I could feel the way that I do right now for the rest of my life. I still feel that way, Nick. And I've never been happier or more content. Please don't let this ever end.
Sean: The woman runs five miles and still has energy to burn.
Jill: Not anymore, I don't.
Sean: No one's around. We can snooze till noon, wake up, start all over again.
Jill: Baby --
Sean: Never mind. You don't have to say it. As good as that was, nothing's changed.
John: Now, I assure you, Jack has not consulted me about this so-called "arrangement" or anything remotely like it.
Diane: If you'd prefer your grandson and I leave, then fine. I mean, if you'd rather wait until you have a chance to talk to Jack, then I suppose we'll just get another hotel room. I mean, it might be kind of dicey. This is a holiday, but we'll manage.
John: You know what it is? I just do not understand why my son did not talk to me first.
Diane: I can see you're not thrilled with this. We'll go. The last thing I want to do is cause problems for anyone. I mean, if this is going to work, it has to work for everybody. So, we'll leave. And I'm sure that once you talk to Jack and have a chance to think about it, you'll realize that it was the best option, but still --
John: Diane, Diane, you can stay.
Diane: No, really. It isn't fair to you. I shouldn't.
John: Yes, you should. For now.
Diane: So you'll talk to Jack, then, and clear things up?
John: Oh, you can count on that. I will be talking to my son.
Nick: The pilot said we'd be landing soon.
Sharon: Here we are, you and I, face to face and side to side.
Nick: You know what? Let's do this. We're going to pretend like we didn't miss midnight and have our own countdown.
Nick: All right?
Both: Three, two, one.
Sharon: Happy New Year.
Nick: Happy New Year. True heart never lets you down
Nick: This is nice. I think I like spending it alone with you better.
Sharon: Me, too.
Nick: So, can I have the first dance of the year, Mrs. Newman?
Sharon: Yes, of course, you can, Mr. Newman. 'Cause in your arms I'm not afraid so let this moment carry us away.
Nick: So what do you think of 2001 so far?
Sharon: I think it's going to be a great year. Nick? What are you thinking about?
Nick: You. Us. Our marriage. Sharon, I join you in marriage to make you my wife for the length of our days. To love and to comfort you, in joy and in sorrow. To support and to care for you. To cherish and respect you. To give of myself, and together with you in the sight of God, to bring love to the lives of all those we touch.
Sharon: Nick, I join you in marriage to make you my husband for the length of our days. To love and to comfort you in joy and in sorrow. To support and to care for you. To respect and to cherish you. To give of myself, and together with you in the sight of God, to bring love to the lives of all those we touch.
Nick: You are a part of me.
Sharon: And you're a part of me.
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