Y&R Transcript Thursday 7/11/02
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Nick: So, we cool?
Victoria: I am.
Nick: You weren't last night.
Victoria: Today is a new day -- a bright, shiny new day.
Nick: Okay, cool.
Victoria: I know why you're here. You’re just dying to find out what happened with Mom and Dad.
Nick: Guess again. I actually came down for some milk.
Victoria: Oh, right. You're so nonchalant.
Nick: Hey, if you've got something to report, I'll listen.
Victoria: Well, Mom and Dad weren't here when I woke up this morning.
Nick: So, what? They went away together?
Victoria: My guess is that they're either at Dad's apartment or some spur-of-the-moment romantic getaway.
Nick: I suppose anything's possible.
Victoria: Were you always this jaded?
Nick: Sis, I'm not jaded. And I obviously want the same thing you do. If it happens, cool. But let's just wait and see. Let's not speculate. I'm tired of fighting about this.
Victoria: So am I. I'm feeling way too good.
J.T.: All the stuff's in the back, so you just keep it stocked and --
Erica: There's a lot to learn.
J.T.: Yeah. Just try to sell it.
Raul: So, boss-lady --
Colleen: Yeah, right.
Raul: Have you seen Billy today?
Colleen: Yeah, on my way in. He's looking a lot better. Guess that head of his is harder after all.
Raul: So when are we supposed to get rolling here?
Colleen: Well, Gabe is upstairs, dealing with some stuff and then he'll be down later.
Brittany: Gabe, that's the new webmaster, right?
Raul: What's he like?
Colleen: I don't know. Seems pretty cool. He told me to check the cameras, make sure they're ready to go.
Brittany: I hear wheels turning.
Raul: Well, it just sounds like we're gonna be standing around for awhile. So I was thinking of going over to Memorial, seein' how Billy's doing. You wanna come?
Brittany: No, you go ahead. But tell him I said I hope he feels better.
Raul: I know what would make me feel better.
Raul: Locking in some plans for after work.
Brittany: Raul, we haven't even started yet.
Raul: Yeah, well, I'm counting the minutes, baby. I can't wait to get you alone.
Brittany: Good thing I got you that watch for graduation.
Raul: See you in a little bit.
Diego: I'm sorry to interrupt.
Victoria: Oh, good morning.
Nick: What's up, buddy?
Diego: I just need to get your mom to sign this so I can order some feed and supplies.
Victoria: Here, give it to me. I'll sign it.
Diego: Okay, thanks.
Nick: Mom's not around. So, you got time for some coffee, Diego?
Diego: Is that okay with you?
Diego: Little milk.
Nick: Milk. You know, I forgot -- I gotta take this milk down to my wife.
Victoria: Oh, you just remembered that, huh?
Nick: Yeah. Weird, huh? You guys play nice.
Victoria: Hmm, looks like it's gonna be a hot one, huh?
Diego: Yeah, it feels that way.
Victoria: Want to go for a swim? I mean, it's a beautiful day.
Diego: Sure. Thanks for the invite.
Victoria: Good. Do you have a suit? Because if you don't, I think there are a few extras in the pool hall.
Diego: Oh, I think I can manage. I'll be back in a minute.
Victoria: All right.
Rob: Here you go, pal.
Neil: Hair of the dog.
Serena: Early morning, have to punch the damn clock after working till 2:00.
Rob: Yeah, right.
Serena: What is that? Oh, great. Look who's still here. Man, they should, you know, have a sign out there, "Motel," start charging. "Room with a view -- of the floor."
Neil: Oh, I get it. It's a joke, only it's not very funny.
Olivia: More juice, sweetheart? Is everything okay, honey?
Nate: Has uncle Neil called? Is he back from his trip yet?
Olivia: I don't know. I haven't heard from him.
Nate: I hope he calls soon. I miss him.
Olivia: Brad. Good morning.
Brad: Good morning. Do you have a minute? I wanted to talk to you about a couple things.
Olivia: Is Ash okay?
Brad: Yeah. As a matter of fact, she's doing pretty well this morning, considering.
Olivia: It must have been a rough night last night.
Brad: It was. Liv, I wanted to tell you how grateful I am. Because of our talk last night, I was able to go home and keep Ash on an even keel.
Olivia: I'm glad.
Brad: It's wonderful to have a friend who's willing to listen and give some perspective. It's very special.
Lauren: I bring you a gift and you laugh at me? What kind of thanks is that?
Katherine: Oh, Lauren. You are too much.
Lauren: Kidding? I think it's perfect for you.
Katherine: Really? As what? Something for my cat to play with?
Lauren: Well, you can use your imagination.
Katherine: Well, my darling, I certainly would have to, wouldn't I? [Laughter] What in God's green earth were you thinking of?
Lauren: Well, I got a chuckle out of you, didn't I?
Katherine: Yes, you certainly did. [Laughing] Oh, thank you, thank you, my darling.
Lauren: Well, I thought you could use some cheering up. When did you get out of Memorial?
Katherine: Earlier this morning. Though, I have to admit, a part of me, you know, really wanted to stay there.
Lauren: Weren't you feeling any better?
Katherine: Yes, but you know, when a person get to be a certain age --
Lauren: Oh, Katherine, come on. Don't give me that. You are one of the strongest women I have ever met.
Katherine: Maybe so, but when I was in that motel with that monster, I really thought I was gonna wind up dead.
Katherine: Do you know I looked death in the eye and didn't even blink.
Lauren: Sounds absolutely terrifying.
Katherine: Yeah, well, what it was was a very valuable experience.
Katherine: Mmm-hmm. I sat in that motel room, waiting for that monster to come back and finish me off and I started thinking about my life. And all of a sudden, this tranquility came over me at the time. I started thinking about the things that I haven't done, and the things that I have. So I said my good-byes and my thank yous. I don't know, I just made peace with it all.
Lauren: You were ready to let go?
Katherine: If need be, yes. Oh, come on. Let's get on a lighter subject, for heaven's sake. All right, now, what is keeping you in town?
Lauren: Okay. All right, before your imagination runs wild -- and we know that's next -- just remember that my flagship store is in Genoa City.
Katherine: Oh, pish-posh. Don't give me that, for heaven's sakes. I mean, it hasn't kept you in town before. Hmm? You know, I know things between Paul and his new bride are, let's say, what, complicated? Complicated. Even with a child to consider, who knows? That marriage may not be on solid ground.
Lauren: Well, for all appearances, they seem happy together.
Katherine: Yeah, I know, but appearances can be very deceiving, can't they?
Lauren: Why are you looking for trouble in that relationship?
Katherine: Well, why are you still in town if it doesn't exist? My instincts tell me, Lauren, that you have very good reasons for hanging around.
Nick: So, is this my reward for just, you know, bringing back the milk?
Sharon: Just imagine if you hadn't taken so long.
Nick: Well, you know, let me make that up to you right now. Here.
Sharon: No way, Jose. I just made your favorite breakfast and I want you to eat it while it's hot.
Nick: Baby, you can't greet me wearing this and just expect me to stop touching you. I'm only human.
Sharon: Trust me, my love, you're going to need the calories. Now come on. Everything's ready. Come sit.
Nick: Okay. But then -- right here. I'm gonna eat very fast. I'm telling you now. So, three guesses who I ran into down at the pool.
Sharon: Your mom and dad.
Nick: Almost, but no. Victoria and Diego. I left them having coffee together.
Nick: Yeah, Victoria's acting all shy, but I can tell she likes the guy. She just doesn't want him to know it.
Sharon: You really think that Victoria's that interested?
Nick: Well, I asked her point blank the other day and she didn't deny it. You know, Diego's obviously interested in her. Who knows? Something could work out for those two.
Nick: Could take a while, though. They're still kind of dancing around each other. So I was thinking we could help them.
Sharon: Help how?
Olivia: Thank you, Brad. Really, it means a lot to me to know that I helped.
Brad: You definitely did.
Olivia: I want you to know that I'm here for both of you, any time. So, is that why you came over here, to say nice things about me?
Brad: Well, yes, that was one reason. The other is Nate. I want to make good on my promise, Olivia.
Rob: Olive Tree.
Serena: You know, I'll tell you what's a joke -- you coppin' the attitude that you did, saying that I invited myself to your place, then deliberately kept you from seeing Nate. Well, maybe I did drop by. But I sure didn't hear you asking me to leave.
Neil: Rob, is there a volume knob on this chick somewhere?
Serena: Yeah, there is, and I'm turning it up. You know, you are a piece of work! Last night, I said something nice, that I think what you did was a good thing. And then you bite my head off? I mean, what the hell was that? You don't think I have feelings and I don't have my own issues? You think you're the only one suffering? You know, if you're gonna talk about your brother's kid --
Neil: I don't want to! That's the whole point here!
Serena: Fine. Fine! Then I'll shut up and I won't say another damn word about your nephew. But first, I want you to remember something, Neil. That night that kid came by, you were practically passed out. If I hadn't pushed you into that bed when that doorbell rang, it would've been a pretty ugly moment. Don't you dare try to make it seem like I don't care about a kid's feelings!
Neil: Shut up.
Raul: What's up, man?
Raul: Hey. That's good. You remembered it. That's a good sign.
Billy: I got hit in the head with a rock, all right? I didn't get a brain transplant.
Raul: Well, that's too bad. They could've given you a sense of humor.
Billy: Yeah. Man, I can't wait to get out of here.
Raul: Have you talked to Mac today?
Billy: I called her a little while ago. She's sleeping in. Why? What's up?
Raul: Actually, there's a lot to report.
Sharon: Nick, if you're suggesting --
Nick: I'm just talking about a little nudge here and there just to create some opportunities for them to get together.
Sharon: Honey, you know what's gonna happen if we get involved. You know your sister. She does not like being pushed.
Nick: Maybe we won't have to then. She could get there on her own.
Sharon: You really think that's a good idea?
Nick: What? Victoria and Diego together? Sure, why not?
Sharon: Look, I'm all for Victoria getting together with someone. I just think it's too bad she turned her nose up at that list Christine gave you.
Nick: Okay, so just because Diego doesn't wear pinstripes, he's not good enough for my sister.
Sharon: Well, Nick, I'm not a snob. I just think Victoria with a guy who has a tattoo on his back --
Nick: Diego has a tattoo? I never noticed.
Sharon: Um, yeah, he does. I saw him once in the tack room when he was working. It was hot outside.
Nick: Whatever. I mean, the guy's got a tattoo. I still don't see why that rules him out with Victoria. All she's looking for is a guy to hang out with.
Sharon: I still think that you should just let things happen naturally.
Nick: Babe, I'm not talking about bringing out a preacher or anything. Just inviting them over for dinner. You know, we could just have a barbecue at the pool. It'd be fun. And invite them over.
Sharon: I don't think that's a good idea.
Nick: I don't see why you're so against this. I mean, why do you care? Look, if you could've seen them together today, you would know that I'm not pushing anything. There is definite chemistry there, whether they realize it or not.
Paul: Okay, junk, junk, junk, junk, more junk. Nothing but junk.
Isabella: Wait! Wait! This is the phone bill.
Paul: Well, so it is. My mistake. Well, what the heck. I don't want to talk to anybody but you anyway.
Isabella: Well, I'll remind you of that when they shut off the phone.
Paul: I always thought my life would be so much simpler without the phone ringing all the time. What's this?
Paul: Church of the Sacred heart. Annual fund raising drive, no doubt. Thanks a lot, Mom.
Isabella: What'd she do now?
Paul: Well, apparently, she's talked to Father Davies, told him about Ricky. And I have a list of dates that the church is available for Ricky's baptism.
Isabella: And that bothers you?
Paul: Yeah. It's none of her business. You know, at the very least, she could check with us.
Isabella: Well, I can see Mary's point. She wants to make sure any child of mine has God's protection as soon as possible.
Paul: I'm glad you can joke about this.
Isabella: Don't be so grumpy. I think it's a good sign that she obviously wants to be involved.
Paul: Yeah. Has that ever been a doubt? It's scary, but you're right. It probably is a good sign.
Isabella: Maybe now that things have settled down, I'm finding my way back into Mary's good graces.
Paul: Yeah, you and me, both.
Isabella: So should I call the church, check if they're booked?
Paul: You mean, while we still have phone service?
Isabella: Mmm-hmm. [Doorbell ringing] I wonder who that could be?
Billy: So after the prom, Brittany dumped J.T.?
Raul: Yep. Left him standing in the parking lot. Came back inside to work things out with me.
Billy: She was obviously successful. Then what?
Raul: Well, then we went to the lake. We talked a little more -- and then -- well --
Billy: What, you and Brittany? Wow.
Raul: Yep. Yeah, "wow," is correct.
Billy: Well, I hope that -- you know.
Raul: Yeah. We used protection.
Billy: Well, I guess this leaves you and Brittany in a pretty good place, then.
Raul: Yeah, man, no more playing games. You know, it just feels so right, you know?
Raul: All I can say is this summer is gonna be the best. And when fall comes -- whatever, man. We'll figure it out.
Billy: You're already thinking about the fall?
Raul: Yeah, I am.
Billy: Have you talked to Brittany about this? Does she feel the same way?
Raul: Listen, I know you have some issues where Brittany's concerned. But I'm telling you, she's totally changed.
Billy: I have a very hard time believing that.
Raul: I don't need that, okay?
Raul: Listen, if I say she's changed, I know what I'm talking about, all right, Billy?
Billy: Do you, Raul?
Raul: I'm not some kid.
Billy: Not anymore, you're not.
Raul: All right, now, this is weird. Here you are, all banged up, but you survived. You're back together with Mac, right? Hmm? You ought to be happy.
Billy: No, Raul, I am happy.
Raul: So why are you bugging me about Brittany? I hope you're not trying to protect me. Is that what you're doing? 'Cause I don't need it.
Billy: All right, fine. Knock yourself out, man.
Raul: I will.
Billy: Wait, wait. On second thought, don't. It hurts like hell.
Raul: All right, listen. I'm gonna get back to work. You take care.
J.T.: What time? Hell, yeah, man. All right, I'll see you then.
Brittany: See who, where?
J.T.: What do you care, Brittany?
Brittany: Try me.
J.T.: Okay. It's a party. But you probably wouldn't be interested because you and Raul will be at the lake, reading poetry to each other.
Brittany: Shut up.
J.T.: Okay, I'm sorry. It's just kind of weird, you know, you and Raul. But hell, it's working for you, so go with it.
Brittany: I'm sure you're very happy for us.
J.T.: Hey, I'm trying to be nice here.
Brittany: That'll be the day.
J.T.: Hey, what's your problem, Brittany? Why don't you just calm down and enjoy the ride?
Isabella: Oh, Lauren. It's gorgeous! Oh, honey, look! It's engraved!
Paul: I see that. Very nice.
Lauren: Guess it's my day to play Santa.
Paul: It really is beautiful, Lauren. Thank you.
Lauren: You know, we want to get Ricky used to the finer things in life.
Paul: Hear, hear.
Isabella: As soon as Ricky wakes up, I'll show it to him. Although, he's not at the cup stage yet.
Lauren: I wouldn't think so.
Isabella: Well, thank you for stopping by, Lauren. It was really sweet of you -- and not just because of the gift. It's just really nice to see a friendly face. Which reminds me -- Father Davies sent over some available dates for Ricky's baptism and I was wondering if you would like to be Ricky's godmother? I know I should have asked you, Paul. It just makes perfect sense. Lauren's been a friend to you over all these years.
Paul: Well, I'm all for it. Lauren? What do you think?
Lauren: Yes. I'm really touched. Tell Ricky he's got himself a godmother.
Paul: Well, I better get to the office. So, good-bye Godmama. You have a fabulous day.
Isabella: You, too.
Paul: I was just thinking, does that mean we get a discount in the baby department?
Lauren: Well, it never hurts to ask. Okay. Why don't you tell me where this is really coming from?
Brittany: Oh, yeah.
Erica: Well, better look the part.
J.T.: You guys sure got it all over Brittany.
Erica: What do you want, J.T.?
J.T.: A little fun, excitement. Is that too much to ask?
Erica: Are you hitting on me?
J.T.: So what if I am?
Erica: Come on, J.T. You want a summer fling with me?
J.T.: Yeah, why not?
Erica: Would you get real? I mean, come on. We're gonna be a thousand miles away from each other soon. It'd be crazy to even think about hooking up now.
J.T.: I'm just looking for a little fun. And I'd like to have it with you.
Erica: You didn't get that rep for nothing, did you?
J.T.: Is that a "yes"?
Erica: Thanks for the offer, sweets, but I don't think so.
J.T.: It's okay. I just didn't see you standing there. What's up?
Colleen: Think you could help me out with this camera? You know about this stuff.
J.T.: Well, you do, too. You took all those courses, right?
Colleen: Oh, you knew that about me?
J.T.: Somebody must've mentioned it. Plus, you were helping out at the prom.
Colleen: Will you help me out?
J.T.: Yeah, sure.
Neil: Serena, I'm sorry.
Serena: Got that right.
Neil: I guess I hit a nerve somehow. I didn't mean to do that. What's your story, anyway?
Serena: No story. I don't like people telling me who I am, what I did. In fact --
Neil: Whoa, Serena, Serena. I'm not in any mood to fight right now. I shouldn't have jumped on you like that. And I am sorry. It's just that, Serena, I feel like such a loser, you know, the way I let down that kid down. It's awful.
Serena: Come on, Neil. He's not even your kid.
Neil: Maybe that's the reason I feel so attached to him. Serena, you don't know this, but once upon a time, I was married. I have a daughter I never see. And I miss her so much. Nate's helped to fill that void in my life. And when his dad died, I thought I could fill that void in his life. I thought that if I could do that, it'd be good for both of us.
Diego: Last one in's a rotten egg.
Victoria: That was quick.
Diego: Hey, can I set this anywhere?
Victoria: Yeah, sure. Wow, what's that tattoo mean?
Diego: Oh, it's a bird.
Victoria: I can see that. What does it mean?
Diego: Why, you like it?
Victoria: It would help to know what it meant.
Diego: What's it mean to you?
Victoria: I don't know, Diego. Feathers. It's not my tattoo, it's yours.
Diego: It's not heavy or anything. Just -- I don't know. Birds are free, in a certain way. They can go wherever they want to go and not follow a road. I guess I've kind of always identified with that.
Victoria: That's kind of a different outlook.
Diego: Yeah, I guess it is.
Victoria: So many ways to travel.
Diego: Yeah, me with my thumb out, and you, first class.
Victoria: Is that a slam?
Diego: No, that's just the way it is. You know, I just -- I don't like flying, anyway.
Victoria: Scared of heights?
Diego: Me? No, I just -- I used to work on this oil rig and it was high, so -- it's just when I think of flying, I just think of this huge metal tube, and bam, you're there. It's like changing channels on a TV. It's like when I think of going someplace, I just want to go through all the places in between to get there.
Victoria: I guess I prefer to just look out the window and see them all pass by underneath. I don't need to put my feet on all of it.
Diego: Well, I guess that's one thing we'll never agree on.
Victoria: That's kind of a problem, isn't it?
Diego: Only if we decide to go someplace together. Well, hey, what about that swim?
Victoria: All right, now when I say, "swim," I mean just paddle around, 'cause I don't do laps.
Diego: Well, who said anything about laps?
Victoria: It's cold.
Diego: No, it's perfect.
Isabella: You think me asking you to be a godmother is a political move?
Lauren: Are you telling me it isn't?
Isabella: Lauren, Paul and I don't have very many friends. In fact, the list begins and ends with you.
Lauren: Ah, so I'm the only game in town. Well, gee, that's really flattering.
Isabella: Lauren, come on. Okay, there was more to it than that. This is a very serious decision for me.
Lauren: Oh, I'm sure. Your son's godmother -- someone who's gonna be around his whole life. Sure you don't want to rethink this? There's still time.
Isabella: You've been suspicious of me since the day we met. But when you found out I was pregnant, you did something amazing. You pushed me towards Paul. If you hadn't stuck your nose where it didn't belong, I wouldn't be here. I'd be somewhere alone with a baby. And I wouldn't be living the life that I'm living. So what I'm trying to say is that I owe my family to you, and so does Ricky.
Lauren: Well, if you put it that way -- you're right. I am the perfect choice. Who else has all that going for them?
Isabella: No one. Just you.
Lauren: You have my promise on something. I'm gonna be one hell of a godmother. You have my word on that.
Nick: It's ringing.
Victoria: This better not be work. Hello?
Nick: Hey, glad I caught you.
Victoria: Hey. Where are you, at the office?
Nick: No, still down at my place. Sharon and I were just talking. Is Diego still there?
Victoria: Yeah, last time I checked.
Nick: Well, it's like a perfect day outside. You guys want to get together and maybe barbecue -- us, the kids, and you and Diego.
Victoria: Well, let me run it by Diego.
Diego: Run what by Diego?
Victoria: Nicholas wants to barbecue. Are you in?
Diego: Well, it depends on what time. I have a shift at the coffee house.
Victoria: What time?
Nick: Like, late afternoon? We all have some stuff to do today.
Victoria: 5:00 okay?
Diego: Yeah, sounds good to me.
Victoria: Great. Yeah, we'll see you then.
Nick: All right, cool. Listen, don't go anywhere near the grill. You need to let professionals deal with that.
Victoria: Don't worry.
Nick: We're all set.
Victoria: That was nice of them.
Diego: Yeah, I've seen your barbecues. Your folks sure know how to throw a spread.
Victoria: Well, you just gotta pace yourself.
Diego: I'll keep that in mind.
J.T.: Yeah, that looks good, Colleen.
J.T.: Yeah, you might want to play with the focus a little bit.
Colleen: I will. Thanks.
J.T.: Yeah, sure. Any time. Bet you think I'm scum, don't you?
J.T.: Okay, maybe I came on a little strong before, but I just think it would be fun hanging out this summer.
Erica: We are. Here.
J.T.: I mean, after. Look, there's a party tonight in the park. There's some kegs. We got a couple bands lined up. You wanna check it out?
Erica: Be seen in public with you? Sure, I'll go.
Brittany: Where is this party? Which park?
J.T.: Carey Park. But so what? You're not gonna show up.
Brittany: Why wouldn't I?
J.T.: Maybe because beer, loud music and poetry don't mix?
Brittany: You think you know so much about us?
J.T.: Why're you pushing this, Britt? You know it's not his kind of deal.
Brittany: Look, just because I go out with Raul doesn't mean I don't want to go to this party. Raul and I will be there.
Olivia: Go ahead and add another 10 ccs to the drip. Good. And keep me posted. I'm so sorry that took so long.
Brad: No need to apologize. Duty calls.
Olivia: Now, just before the phone rang, you were saying something about Nate?
Brad: Yeah. Think he'd be up for something today?
Olivia: Frankly, your timing couldn't be better. He's feeling really low this morning.
Brad: Because of Neil?
Olivia: You may have some convincing to do.
Brad: All right. I'm up for that. Bring it on.
Olivia: Nate, honey! You have a visitor.
Brad: There he is! How you doin', pal?
Nate: I'm okay.
Olivia: Brad has something that he wants to ask you.
Brad: Listen, I'm taking the day off of work today and I came across a couple of minor league baseball tickets. It's a lot of fun. I thought you might like to go with me. You know, we could make a day of it -- stop at Eddie's first, get a burger. What do you say?
Olivia: You could squish in just a little "thank you."
Nate: Thank you.
Brad: It's my pleasure. So, listen, game's at 4:00, batting practice starts at 3:30. Where and when should I pick you up?
Olivia: Well, he will be at day camp. I can write him a note to get him out early.
Brad: Perfect. Perfect. All right, I'll pick you up at 1:45. We'll hit the diner around 2:00? Sound good?
Nate: Sounds good to me. I'm gonna go finish getting ready.
Brad: All right. Get out of here. He's a great kid.
Olivia: And you handled that really well.
Brad: It's a step.
Olivia: You know what? Earlier, Nate was asking about Neil. He's a bright kid, he knows something's going on.
Brad: Knowing it and dealing with it are two different things.
Olivia: It's hard to see a man that he loves and admires falling apart. I mean, how does a kid his age process that?
Brad: God willing, Olivia, Neil's gonna get his act together. That's what we have to hope for.
Olivia: In the meantime, I don't want Nate to see Neil -- which is why what you're doing today, that's really gonna help.
[Cell phone ringing]
Neil: I didn't even know I had my cell phone. Hello?
Nate: Hey, Uncle Neil! It's me, Nate.
Neil: Nate --
Nate: I'm so glad you answered. I left a bunch of messages on your answering machine at home. I called your office and they said you weren't there anymore. And then, my mom told me that you went on a trip.
Neil: Yeah. I'm sorry. I haven't been checking my messages. I apologize.
Nate: That's okay. I've got you now. Guess what? Brad Carlton -- he's taking me to a baseball game. And I was wondering if you wanted to come with us.
Neil: Really? When?
Nate: This afternoon.
Neil: In Chicago?
Nate: No, here. Minor league. It's really great and you get to sit up close.
Neil: Yeah. Yeah, I know.
Nate: Please, Uncle Neil. I really want to see you, so bad.
Neil: Nate, let me ask you something. Is everybody okay with this? I mean, like, Brad, your mom?
Neil: How would we work this?
Nate: Does that mean you'll come?
Neil: Yeah, why not?
Nate: Cool! Meet us at Eddie's diner. 2:00 sharp.
Neil: Okay, so Eddie's diner at 2:00, right? I'll see you there. Bye.
Serena: Is that who I think it was?
Neil: Yes, my nephew. He's invited me to a baseball game. It's gonna be great! I can't wait to see him!
Serena: Are you serious? What does his mother think?
Neil: "What does his mother think?" Who cares?! She said it was okay. What, are you calling him a liar?
Serena: Forget that. You're gonna go see him this afternoon?
Neil: Yeah. What? What's that all about?
Serena: If you think you're up to it, good luck. Or maybe I should be wishing your nephew luck. [Slurring]
Neil: Hey, I told you not to talk about my nephew!
Rob: Hey, come on, pal!
Neil: I'm sorry. I'll clean -- I'll clean it up! Nate -- oh, Nate. I can do this. I can do this. Dear God, I can do this.
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