Y&R Transcript Wednesday 8/7/02

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 8/7/02

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Diane: What are you doing with my son?!

Phyllis: Of course he's okay. You act like Iím abusing him or something.

Diane: Mrs. Martinez, I'd like you to take Kyle for a moment.

Mrs. Martinez: Of course.

Diane: Mommy won't be long, okay?

Phyllis: What the hell is going on here?

Phyllis: First of all, you just wait.  

Diane: I assume Mrs. Martinez brought him over here. I didn't realize you were back --

Phyllis: You got your son. Turn your pathetic self around and get the hell out of here.

Diane: Not until you explain what you are doing alone with my child.

Mackenzie: You're still worried about your niece, aren't you?

Billy: I know J.T. said nothing was going on.

Mackenzie: You need more than J.T.'s word.

Billy: I swear, Mac, if I see that guy pawing CeCe again.

Mackenzie: It only looks like pawing if you decided there was a problem.

Billy: We need to make sure he knows the score before we go.

Mackenzie: You wanted my dadís number in Louisiana, right?

Billy: Iíll give Brock a call tomorrow morning; get the ball rolling as soon as possible.

Mackenzie: Talk about raring to go.

Billy: You're not excited to go?

Mackenzie: We have to see what my dad says first. The person we need to worry about is your mom.

Billy: Yeah, I know. I have been holding off talking to her. Since we're kind of running low on time, I might as well get it over it.

Mackenzie: Going to talk to her now?

Billy: She's going to go nuclear whenever I talk to her anyway. Iíll give you a call, give you a damage report.

Mackenzie: All right.

Billy: Hey, you understand where I was coming from, right?

Colleen: Just like everybody else, Billy. You know what's best for me better than I do.

[Knock on door]

Brittany: So much for some privacy. Oh, swell, just what I don't need.

J.T.: It's great to see you too, princess.

Brittany: What are you doing here, J.T.?

J.T..: Returning to the scene of the crime. What's your excuse?

Brittany: What do you mean, what's my excuse?

J.T.: I thought you had a dinner date.

Brittany: I did and it broke up early.

J.T.: Here you are without your shadow. Telling Billy I was here with his niece alone.

Brittany: What makes you think I ratted you out?

J.T.: It wasn't the Easter Bunny.

Brittany: I wasn't aware it was a big secret.

J.T.: You knew Billy would rush over here and rescue sweet Colleen from my clutches.

Brittany: Did she?

J.T.: We ordered pizza.

Brittany: If Billy hadn't come in and the evening had gone on, the girl thinks the sun shines out of your eyes. No way you would take advantage of that, right, lover boy?

Diego: Come on, Victoria, why do you want to talk to Sharon? Haven't we covered that ground?

Victoria: Something bothers me about that.

Diego: About what?

Victoria: About your relationship with her. You said there's nothing going on between you two.

Diego: And you believe me because here we are together in bed.

Victoria: Iím asking about her feelings, not yours.

Diego: How would I know?

Victoria: You don't want to get in the middle of this.

Diego: I don't understand why this is so important to you.

Victoria: She's my brother's wife. I have been picking up on strange vibes from her.

Diego: And?

Victoria: Iím just wondering if you have too.

Sharon: You sure you don't want some lemonade, Mom?

Doris: No, honey, Iím fine.

Sharon: What?

Doris: Since I got here, you have been acting like everything's okay. But what's going on with you, Sharon?

Sharon: Nothing.

Doris: Nothing you want to talk to me about, you mean.

Sharon: Mother, please.

Doris: Is there something not quite okay between you two?

Sharon: Where would you get an idea like that?

Doris: Have you done something?

Sharon: Of course not, Nick's the most wonderful person in the world.

Doris: If Nicholas is doing something right, the problem must be with you.

Jill: Iím so glad you stopped by. It seems forever since I've seen you.

Billy: There's a lot going on.

Jill: With you going away to college soon, we should spend as much time together as possible.

Billy: Sounds like you're going to miss me.

Jill: I shouldn't be sad. I wanted you to go to college and the wonderful new experiences it's going to bring you. It just feels like Iím losing my little boy. I know you're not a little boy. You're a full-grown man and a son Iím very, very proud of, even if you don't need your mom so much anymore.

Billy: Mom, Iím always going to need you. Your love, your caring, your understanding. In fact, I could use all those things right now.

Jill: What do you mean, honey?

Billy: Well, there's been a little change in my plans. Iím not going to go straight to college after all.

Mackenzie: Colleen.

Colleen: I don't want to talk about this, Mac.

Mackenzie: Why?

Colleen: Because you're on Billy's side.

Mackenzie: No, Iím not.

Colleen: Bull.

Mackenzie: Iím trying to tell you, you have to understand Billy has known J.T. for a long time.

Colleen: He thinks he knows him but he doesnít. Not at all.

Mackenzie: J.T. didn't get his reputation by accident.

Colleen: People change.

Mackenzie: You think about him a lot?

Colleen: What is this, you trying to read my mind or something?

Phyllis: Jack is checking his e-mail about 20 feet away. I don't think you should get your panties in a knot.

Diane: Fine. Wave your precious new rules under my nose if it makes you feel high and mighty but Kyle is my son.

Phyllis: Really?

Diane: I mean it, Phyllis. I am that little boy's mother. I can make decisions about his welfare.

Phyllis: Iím warning you, don't make the decisions in my house.

Diane: Don't overstep. I don't want you left alone with my son, not for any amount of time.

Phyllis: What?

Diane: It's bad enough you're always around horning in on Kyle's time with Jack.

Phyllis: You relax for a second. Your son, Kyle, happens to be my stepson.

Diane: So?

Phyllis: That means I can't spend any time with him? Is there a law I can't spend time with him? Was that part of the judge's ruling?

Diane: No. My point is I assume Jack would understand there are certain limits to your involvement with Kyle. If we need her honor to weigh in on this, we can arrange that.

Phyllis: Are you insinuating the judge's ruling means Iím an unfit mother?

Diane: You said it, Phyllis, not me.

Phyllis: Iím really trying to make this work. You seem hell-bent on making sure it doesn't.

Diane: Blame me. That is your answer for everything, isn't it?

Phyllis: Shut up! Shut up, shut up, shut up! If you don't shut up, I swear to God Iím --

Diane: What, Phyllis? Go ahead, say it. You're dying to.

Phyllis: If you don't shut up, I swear to God I will do anything to get you out of here. I mean it, I will do anything to get you out of here.

Jack: What's going on here?

Phyllis: Iím sorry. This thing comes barging in here without permission and accuses me of abusing her son.

Diane: That's not true.

Phyllis: Now she says I am unfit --

Jack: Where is Kyle right now?

Diane: He is in the kitchen. I didn't want to subject him to this thing.

Jack: Diane, go to the pool house. I will bring Kyle right away. Phyllis, you can't do this. Don't let her get to you like this. Come here.

Jill: I didn't hear you right. You couldn't have possibly just said that --

Billy: Mom, let me explain. All right, look, Iím not saying no college forever. I just want to take a time-out for a while, okay? Get some honest to goodness life experience. That way when I do go to college, Iíll have a better understanding of the direction I want to go in my life. Yes, Mom, listen to me. This is exactly what I want to do. The moment I thought about it, I knew it was perfect for me.

Jill: Without ever discussing it with me, your own mother. My God, Billy, this is insane. You can't possibly think I would go along with such a thing.

Billy: I know it's not the plan you had for me, but --

Jill: But nothing. I am not about to let you give up an opportunity like this -- for what? What is it you intend to do that will give you this life experience?

Billy: I want to go to Louisiana. I want to work with Brock building houses for the homeless.

Jill: You can't be serious.

Billy: It's rewarding work.

Jill: It's hammering and sawing. It's manual labor, Billy. That is not the career path you should be taking.

Billy: Can you calm down so we can talk about this?

Jill: I will not calm down. I never had the opportunity to go to college. I was so busy working. I want more for you.

Billy: Iím not saying I won't go to college.

Jill: You will postpone those opportunities to traipse down to a swampland all by yourself and lay brick with people you have nothing in common with.

Billy: Mom, that's not true. I won't be there by myself. Iím going to go with Mac.

Jack: Honey, don't let her get to you like this.

Phyllis: How can I not? There Kyle and I having a wonderful moment, in she comes barging into the house without permission slinging mud at me. I can't do this.

Jack: Iím sorry this had to happen.

Phyllis: Iím sorry too. Iím really sorry I thought this could work.

Jack: This situation is not forever. Honey, as soon as Diane settles somewhere, we will have Kyle all to ourselves.

Phyllis: Jack, she will try her damnedest to be part of our lives. Who's to say she won't find a way to break her other leg to prolong her stay?

Jack: Let's not go there, okay?

Phyllis: Why? Do you still think I ran her over on purpose?

Jack: Diane will be out of here in the not too distant future.

Phyllis: She will take Kyle with her.

Jack: Not too far away.

Phyllis: She'll play the card.

Jack: You can play that card both ways.

Phyllis: If her only contact is to say hi and bye at the door, she might as well live in Hong Kong.

Jack: Don't let things escalate.

Phyllis: You promised me you would make Diane obey the rules.

Jack: I told you, I will keep that promise.

Phyllis: Like you just did? If you let her barge in here without any consequences, we are back where we were, only worse. You're not going to. We both know Diane has you over a barrel, don't we?

Jack: I will make sure Diane toes the line.

Phyllis: I really think you believe it but when the time comes --

Jack: When the time comes, I will stick to my guns.

Phyllis: Even if Diane threatens going to Hong Kong? I want her out of my life! I want Diane out of here!

Jack: Please, calm down. Please. I know this is a difficult situation. We can get through this, together. Honey, together we can get through anything.

J.T.: How many times do I have to say this? I have zero intentions as far as Abbottís niece is concerned. It's one thing to mess with Billy. To think Iím pouncing on sweet, innocent Colleen is causing me problems.

Brittany: Please.

J.T.: Iím serious, Brittany. I could lose my job for this for no reason.

Brittany: Stick it to Billy not to you.

J.T.: You did stick it to me. You think it's no big deal? Maybe I should go to Raul, clue him in to you. You're not joined at the hip as much as he thinks you are.

Brittany: Don't get so excited. If any of the Abbotts asks, you see Colleen as a little sister, nothing more.

J.T.: Which is how it is.

Brittany: Face it, Romeo, she has a crush on you. That spells trouble. You know it and I know it.

Diego: It's no secret Sharon was struggling for a while.

Victoria: I know. She looked to you for comfort. I understand that. That doesn't answer my question. Have you picked up that she's interested in you?

Diego: I don't feel comfortable talking about this.

Victoria: Which is your nice way of saying yes. What is wrong with that woman? She has a great husband, but it's not good enough for her.

Diego: I think you're being too hard on her. She had a lot to deal with over the last year. And it's not just Nick.

Victoria: The loss of her baby. I know it was very difficult.

Diego: And she had her share of heartache.

Victoria: You think I should cut her some slack and let her get used to being with Nicholas again?

Diego: She loves him with her heart and soul. Iím convinced of that. Just like Iím convinced you're not looking for trouble.

Victoria: Maybe we should help her move on. I think I have the perfect way.

Sharon: Iím not sure what it is.

Doris: You don't know what's worrying you.

Sharon: I have so much to be thankful for.

Doris: Talking about you and Nicholas.

Sharon: And the kids. We have so many beautiful memories together.

Doris: You have a family.

Sharon: Plus how happy the kids are. Our daughter says everything is perfect.

Doris: But you don't think it is.

Sharon: What Nick and I have, I know it should be enough. And yet --

Doris: What, girl, what are you trying to tell me?

Sharon: My marriage, Iím trying so hard to feel the way I once did. Iím trying to recapture what Nick and I had. But --

Doris: Something is missing. Sharon, listen to me. Your life was in chaos for many months. You have gotten it back on even keel. You are trying so hard to pull yourselves together. Iím not surprised it's taking some effort. Have you talked to your husband about this?

Sharon: No, I can't do that.

Doris: Why in the world not? You're not worried --

Sharon: Yes, I am worried. Iím terrified that things between me and Nick might not get back to the way they were before. Our marriage may never be the same again, no matter how hard I try.

Colleen: I don't want to talk about this, Mac.

Mackenzie: Colleen, I know what you're feeling.

Colleen: No, you donít.

Mackenzie: You think of J.T. all the time. You hope wherever you go, you'll run into him. Colleen, does the word, crush, mean anything to you?

Colleen: You're going off to college which makes it okay to pick on a lowly sophomore.

Mackenzie: Iím not picking on you. I can see why you would be fascinated with a guy like J.T. He's older than you. He's different from the guys your age. A bit of a rebel. Be honest with me, Colleen. It's me you're talking to. You really like him, don't you?

Colleen: So what if I do?

Mackenzie: Well, I think you need to see it for what it is.

Colleen: Which is?

Mackenzie: Which is a little one-sided.

Colleen: I know J.T. likes me.

Mackenzie: He does, very much, as a friend.

Colleen: I think that's a great starting place. Are you saying Iím kidding my myself, not hope it will happen?

Mackenzie: It's not going to happen because J.T. won't let it.

Jill: I should have known that little snake was behind this.

Billy: You stop that right now. I will not let you insult Mac.

Jill: How did you let her talk you into this?

Billy: Iím sorry you're so against it, Mom. Iím not surprised. I knew you would react this way.

Jill: You're wasting valuable time, time you could be learning such important things.

Billy: Mom, please!

Jill: Don't yell at me.

Billy: How else do I get to you listen to me?!

Jill: All right. Honey, Iíll listen, but you're not going to change my mind. Iíll listen.

Billy: Would you not agree I have been through a lot in the last few weeks? Mom, this isn't about you. It's about me. I don't care if you don't agree with me. I have been through a lot and I've changed.

Jill: Billy --

Billy: Hold on a second. I look at things differently. I don't know.

Jill: Sweetheart, you're growing up. That doesn't mean you go and derail your life.

Billy: You are so not listening to me.

Jill: You're not making any sense.

Billy: I've had enough. You won't listen to a word I have to say. You're only interested in your opinions.

Jill: These are facts.

Billy: They're your opinions, not mine. Listen to me. I am going. It's something I need to do. If I don't do it, I will regret it for the rest of my life. So I am calling Brock, and I am --

Jill: All right, stop! Stop! You're 18. I can't stop you from going. My God, I pray when you come to your senses and see what a mistake this is, that it won't be too late.

Billy: Too late for what, Mom, college? Iím still going!

Jill: That's what everybody says!

Diane: Why is Jack taking so long to get Kyle over here? That bitch. How can Jack fall for that act she's putting on? Phyllis doesn't care about my son. Okay. Somehow, some way I have to turn this around. But how? Iíll think of something. I will. I have to.

Colleen: Wait a minute; you have been talking to J.T. about this?

Mackenzie: Yeah.

Colleen: How could you?

Mackenzie: I don't want you getting hurt.

Colleen: I don't care about that. You had no right.

Mackenzie: J.T.'s a lot older than you. He's also a lot more experienced which is why he knows anything more than a friendship is totally wrong.

Colleen: He said that? That's how he feels?

Mackenzie: I know you feel all grown up, but you're just too young for a guy like J.T. I know that's not what you want to hear` but that's how it is. Look at you. You're beautiful. You're smart. You're talented. There will be another guy. Heck, there will be millions of guys chasing you.

Colleen: None of them will be J.T. You won't tell Billy?

Mackenzie: I promise.

Colleen: I need to go.

Mackenzie: Are you sure you're going to be okay?

Larry: It sounds like a blast, man. I could have told you your mom wasn't going to go for this Louisiana plan.

Billy: Larry, I knew damn well she wouldnít. It wasn't like I was asking for her permission.

Larry: You wanted her to listen to you, hear your side.

Billy: Yeah, I did. You know, Ralph had his arm around Mac's head and he threatened to snap it. I did what I had to do.

Larry: Yeah. Yeah, you did. You know, when I thought I killed him, I saw how everything could change. In a matter of seconds.

Larry: The dude survived, you know. He had a head thick as a brick.

Billy: I was looking at him on the floor, I thought he was dead. I said to myself, God, Billy, this was so not in your plan. You know, even if the bastard did deserve to die, even if I was saving Mac's life, I wasn't ready for it. I had no idea how to deal with it.

Larry: That's heavy, man. I feel that. So even though you didn't kill this dirtball, you figure --

Billy: I had to do something with my life. I had to make a change. On my own. Test myself; see what Iím made of, you know?

Larry: The only thing I can say is you've got a real good deal going on with this education and all. You shouldn't blow it just because Jill is for it.

Billy: Larry, Iím not running away, man. I just want to take a little time off.

Larry: Sounds like you have your mind made up. It's something you want to do and that it means a lot to you.

Billy: Yeah, it does. Thanks for listening.

Larry: Look, in case this is it, I want to wish you happy trails.

Billy: Thanks, man.

Larry: Take care of yourself down there. And remember, y'all come back and see us, ya hear?

Billy: I will.

Larry: Be cool.

Diego: What is going on in that beautiful head of yours?

Victoria: If we were to let everyone know we're together now, Sharon would have to move on, right? I mean, unless you're not ready to go public.

Diego: You know, don't take this the wrong way. As Nick pointed out a long time ago, the Newmans are very involved in each other's lives.

Victoria: And you're not ready to live in a fish bowl. I understand that.

Diego: You do.

Victoria: I kind of told my brother we wouldn't see each other anymore.

Diego: Because of what happened last night.

Victoria: I didn't get into details but things didn't get off the ground.

Diego: It's not worth it or you don't want this to happen again?

Victoria: No, that's not what I mean at all. I should go. I don't really want to.

Diego: So stay.

Victoria: Iím going to wear out my welcome.

Diego: Not a chance.

Doris: Sharon, look at me. I don't know what's making you feel this way. But in any marriage there are times that are difficult, but you have to keep trying to move beyond what is troubling you, not give up. Look what you have, Sharon. A man who loves you with all of his heart, two wonderful children who are everything to you. Six months ago, you almost lost them. You didn't let it happen. You fought so hard for your marriage, for your family. If you were to give all of that up --

Sharon: For heaven's sake, Iím not saying --

Doris: Iím telling you what we both already know. You wouldn't have the life you want if that were to ever happen.

Sharon: I can't let myself forget that. Not ever again. I have to hold on to what I have.

J.T..: So the kid has a crush on me, big deal.

Brittany: Have you set Colleen straight?

J.T..: Why should I? Look, I talked to Mac about it. She's going to talk to Colleen.

Brittany: You don't have to be the bad guy.

J.T..: You know me so well.

Brittany: What could sweet, little Colleen see in a tom cat like you, right?

Mackenzie: Good, you're here.

Brittany: Jeez J.T., and then you.

Mackenzie: Could you give us some privacy, please?

J.T.: So what's up, Mac?

Mackenzie: I need to talk to you, J.T.

J.T.: Lecture me, you mean?

Mackenzie: Whatever. Either way you're going to listen to me whether you want to or not.

Diane: You going to get a little snack? You're excited about it. Mrs. Martinez was really sweet with our son. I think he likes her.

Jack: We need to talk.

Diane: Before you start raking me over the coals, I would like a chance to tell my side.

Jack: I heard --

Diane: Phyllis' version of what happened.

Jack: You're surprised why she was upset?

Diane: Jack, I came home. My child was gone. I assumed Mrs. Martinez had him in the main house.

Jack: You walked in the house rather than call first.

Diane: I could have called --

Jack: You could have called first! You keep breaking the rules. You sabotage every effort for a peaceful arrangement around here and Phyllis is sick of it. She's had it. She wants you out of here. I can't say as if I blame her. Look, I know there are bound to be setbacks. Hell, Iíll even take the blame for this one. Maybe we should have left a note for you to tell you Kyle was with us.

Diane: Yes, you should have.

Jack: Okay. We should have. Could we please try to remember just you and I, who this is for? Kyle?

Diane: Jack, you don't have to remind me of that. Our son's happiness means everything to me.

Jack: I realize that. I also realize Phyllis is making a hell of an effort here. She's trying to get to know him. He's more and more comfortable with her and you have to agree that's not a bad thing in the long run.

Diane: I was beginning to think that way. Sorry, Jack. This is more than a minor setback.

Jack: What are you saying?

Diane: Sometimes when I look into that woman's eyes, she scares me.

Jack: You're being melodramatic.

Diane: We have seen her in action. Do you remember how berserk she went on the witness stand? You have to face facts. Your wife is a loose cannon.

Jack: I will not stand here and listen to you rip into her.

Diane: Jack, don't go. I was just trying to --

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