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Phyllis: Come on, Diane. Where are you already?
Diane: Here we are. Home again, home again. Thank you, Gene. It's a good thing we bundled you up, huh? It's chilly out there. Oh, Kyle, look at your nose. It's all pink. Hey, I wonder if your daddy called, hmm? You think so? Here you go. No messages. That's okay. He's call later. You like spending time with your daddy, don't you, Kyle? You know what? If everything goes well, you're going to be seeing a whole lot more of him very, very soon. It's going to be so wonderful. All right, mister. How about you take a nap, okay? You want to take a nap? And then we'll go out. Maybe we'll visit your daddy at the office. Would you like that? Huh? I know you like spending time with your dad.
Jack: I realize this isn't the kind of assignment your clients a are sent on. I thought maybe one of your models would remember this job. Tall, slender, shapely, red hair or had to wear a red wig for this job. I would make it well worth your while if you can get me in touch with this woman. You have my number. Thank you. No, I don't want to leave a message at the tone. I want to talk to you. Where are you? I'm in my office. You were supposed to meet me at the hideaway. Phyllis, call me.
Jill: What's the matter, Jack, lose your wife?
Jack: What do you want, Jill?
Jill: I have the final numbers for the holiday ad budget. No need to thank me.
Jack: Thank you. Is there something else?
Jill: I haven't heard much about the arson investigation. Did the police find who started the fire in the pool house?
Colleen: That's it. That's the answer. We'll run away.
J.T.: Are you serious? Hold on, Colleen.
Colleen: We can throw a dart at a map or get in your car and start driving.
J.T.: Life as a runaway. We would be homeless, running out of my car.
Colleen: We'll find a new town. We'll get an apartment and find jobs.
J.T.: What about high school?
Colleen: I'll go back or get my GED. I know it's extreme and yes, a little scary. We'll be together and that's the most important thing, right?
J.T.: I can't let you do this.
Colleen: I thought you wanted to be with me.
J.T.: You can't throw your life away, Colleen.
Colleen: The only life I want is with you. Listen, I know this is the best thing for us. Deep down you know it is too. Please say you'll come with .. please.
Neil: Hey, Dru, it's me.
Neil: Yeah. What are you doing?
Neil: Nothing? How about coming over?
Neil: Lily's first day at Walnut Grove is tomorrow. I thought we could talk about it, have a bite to eat?
Drucilla: You caught me at a bad time.
Neil: I thought you weren't doing anything.
Drucilla: I'm tying up loose ends.
Neil: Are you with Wesley?
Drucilla: You know what? I could probably see you in about a half hour.
Neil: I'll be here.
Drucilla: Okay, bye.
Wesley: Who was on the phone?
Drucilla: That was Neil. He was asking me about Lily.
Wesley: Why are you acting so serious?
Drucilla: I just have a lot on my mind, Wes. You going to see my sister today?
Wesley: Why would I do that?
Drucilla: Because you are a therapist.
Wesley: She's not my patient.
Drucilla: She just talks to you about stuff.
Wesley: Here we go. Dru, we've been through this. You know I cannot talk about my conversations with Olivia.
Drucilla: And I understand.
Wesley: You do.
Drucilla: It's that patient-doctor thang.
Wesley: I just told you she's not a patient.
Drucilla: It would be unethical for you to talk about what Olivia talked about. I think I understand that.
Raul: Lunch is served, madam.
Brittany: Wow, this looks great.
Raul: I hope it tastes okay.
Brittany: It's pretty hard to screw up tuna.
Raul: Well? It's good?
Brittany: This is incredible.
Brittany: Go ahead, try it.
Raul: Not bad if I do say so myself.
Brittany: This is the best tuna melt I've ever had. You know why?
Brittany: Because you made it for me in our kitchen.
Raul: It's pretty cool, isn't it?
Brittany: I can't believe how much I've changed. When I think of the person I used to be. I was such a spoiled kid. I never thought about money and now I realize that I don't need it to make me happy. All I need is you.
Colleen: Look, we can leave tonight, stop by your place and get what you need. I have a little money in the bank. It's not very much but --
J.T.: Col, stop this. Running away isn't the answer. There are too many risks.
Colleen: I don't care about the risk.
J.T.: What about your family?
Colleen: I don't care about them either.
J.T.: Yes, you do. You love them.
Colleen: Not as much as I love you.
J.T.: They're still your family. You don't turn your back on family. Listen, I know things look bad right now. But there's got to be some way we c can deal with this.
J.T.: I don't know. I haven't figured that out yet. Just give me a little time. I'll come up with it.
Colleen: There isn't time. The minute I go back to the house, they'll put me on that plain. On that plane. They're not kidding around.
J.T.: Maybe you don't have to go back to the house.
Colleen: Where else would I go?
J.T.: Come with me.
John: Thanks for coming right over.
Brad: This has to with Colleen?
John: There's something you should know.
Brad: She's still hanging out with J.T.
John: It's worse than that. I thought I had a handle on it, but I couldn't be more wrong.
Wesley: I could have sworn you were getting ready to pump information about your sister.
Drucilla: I don't need any information right now.
Wesley: Just what do you need?
Drucilla: Well, that's good for starters.
Wesley: I got an idea. Why don't we put that "Do Not Disturb" sign to work and spend the rest of the day in here, just hanging out. You know what I mean.
Drucilla: I'd love to do that but I've got errands to run.
Wesley: You can run them tomorrow.
Drucilla: I really can't.
Wesley: Sure you can.
Drucilla: Wes, really.
Wesley: Why don't you pencil in Wesley at the bottom of your to-do list. You promise to come back soon?
Drucilla: Promise. How can I refuse an offer like that?
[Knock on door]
Serena: Do you remember me?
Wesley: You're Serena, Neil's friend.
Serena: Good memory.
Wesley: I never forget a pretty face. Come in.
Serena: You must be wondering why I am here.
Wesley: Yeah, the thought crossed my mind.
Serena: I want to talk about Neil.
Wesley: What about him?
Serena: You probably guessed. I have a thing for him.
Wesley: I thought I could see chemistry at work there, yeah.
Serena: I'm not sure how to say this, but to me, it would be a good thing if Neil and I hooked up again. It would leave the field wide open for you and Drucilla. And I think that's what you want as much as I want Neil. Or am I wrong?
Jack: If you must know, the police still think Phyllis started the fire.
Jill: Really. That means there's going to be a l trial.
Jack: That's the way it usually happens.
Jill: How's the defense looking?
Jack: Things were looking dicey.
Jill: When was that?
Jack: A couple days ago.
Jill: That long?
Jack: I have been doing a lot of soul searching lately. I've come to a conclusion.
Jill: I can't wait to hear this.
Jack: Even if Phyllis didn't start this fire, I believe she's capable of it.
Jill: Beg your pardon?
Jack: You know what a loose cannon she is.
Jill: You have taken the blinders off your eyes? Hallelujah.
Jack: This is hardly cause for celebration.
Jill: Speak for yourself. I guess you're having second thoughts about the hitman Larry was trying to find for her.
Jack: I'd forgotten about that. I said I lost confidence in Phyllis' innocence. I didn't say I wanted to hurt her case.
Jill: Your wife was trying to find someone to kill Diane. Don't you think the authorities should know about that? If Phyllis is this far gone, you could be saving a life, Jack, maybe your own.
Jack: I'm not worried about my own safety.
Jill: If this is too hard for you to go to the police, I could do it.
Jack: You are not going to the police. Stay out of this, you hear me?
[Knock on door]
Diane: Coming. Coming. Oh, it's you.
Isabella: May I come in?
Diane: Um, I'm kind of busy right now.
Isabella: Diane, I just had a very upsetting visit from Phyllis.
Diane: What? What did she say to you?
Isabella: She was making threats. If I know anything about the fire, I better come forward or I will be held responsible too.
Diane: Look, Phyllis is desperate. She knows you and I talk. She's hoping you will say something incriminating. She's wasting her time because you have nothing to say. Isabella.
Diane: What did you tell her?
Isabella: She knows about the car, Diane.
Diane: The car?
Isabella: When you broke your leg. I said the car was one thing but you didn't set the fire.
Diane: Oh, great, great. With friends like you who needs bumbling idiots.
Isabella: Don't call me an idiot! You have no right to talk to me this way. I have been nothing but a friend to you. You have been hellbent on breaking up Jack and Phyllis' marriage. I have been trying to tell you how unhealthy it is.
Wesley: What exactly are you suggesting, Serena?
Serena: That we both find a way to get what we both want.
Wesley: Drucilla stays with me.
Serena: And Neil stays with me.
Wesley: You mind if I give you some advice?
Serena: Go for it.
Wesley: You and Neil became close when he was drinking. That's not uncommon, the two of you drawn together by the alcohol. This is called an enabling relationship.
Serena: I know. It's like we're supporting each other's problem, right?
Wesley: Exactly, exactly. See when an alcoholic quits drinking and starts the road to recovery like Neil has, he sees the whole world differently. His values change. He's supposed to focus on rebuilding his life or building a new one.
Serena: Are you saying I don't fit into his life anymore?
Wesley: I'm saying you have to realize what you're hoping for might not happen.
Serena: I'm going to tell you one thing. I am better for him than Drucilla.
Wesley: Why's that?
Serena: Sounds like they had more than their fair share of their problems.
Wesley: Marriage is tough.
Serena: When the chips were down, I was there. When everybody thought he was a no good, stinking drunk, I was there for him. Neil and I had something. I was more than a drinking buddy. Are you going to help me out or not?
Wesley: As much as I like your scenario, I don't think you should get your hopes up. You might get hurt. Sorry. It's just the way I see it.
Serena: Thanks for your time, doc. You're a good guy. But I just don't see it that way.
John: So Mackenzie thought it would be a good idea to get out of here and go to the coffee house. I thought so too, so I said yes.
Brad: What's the problem?
John: Again Colleen took advantage. She left the coffee house on her own and came home late. She won't admit it but I highly suspect she was with J.T. I don't know, Brad. Everything I try with this child seems to backfire.
Brad: John we have tried to get through to her separately. I think it's time for a little two-on-one. Colleen, would you come down here please?
John: Bradley, she's not here.
Brad: Where is she?
John: When I talked to her this morning, she just took off.
Brad: Where'd she go, John?
John: I don't know. She ran out of the house. I haven't heard from her since.
[Knock on door]
Brittany: Who could that be?
Raul: There's only one way to find out.
J.T.: I talked to Diego and got your address.
Brittany: What are you doing here?
J.T.: We need your help.
J.T.: How would you feel about letting Colleen stay here for a couple.
Neil: Why don't you come in? Thanks for coming by, Dru.
Drucilla: Sorry I'm late. I got caught up in traffic. What's this?
Neil: You didn't have lunch, did you?
Drucilla: No, and I know you said we would have something to eat.
Neil: It's just a little something.
Drucilla: Can you take my coat?
Neil: Yeah. Here's a chair for you. So did you cook or did you order in or what?
Neil: Yeah, Dru, you know me. What kind of question is that?
Drucilla: Just curious. What's on the menu?
Neil: On the menu today is some chicken over a steaming bed of red rice.
Drucilla: Went all out on the Thai grub.
Neil: You do like Thai grub, don't you?
Drucilla: You don't see me complaining.
Neil: What are you smiling about?
Drucilla: I saw a certain somebody downstairs. I was getting on the elevator. I think it's the delivery guy from the Orchid Guard. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you, sweetie?
Neil: Yeah, busted.
Drucilla: Neil, what is this all about, really?
Neil: I want to talk about Lily.
Drucilla: We could have done that over the phone and you know it.
Neil: I want to make amends.
Drucilla: With me.
Neil: When you came back into town I was in bad shape.
Neil: Now I'm a whole lot better. I cleaned up my act. Since we're going to be parenting together, I wanted to put things right. I know breaking bread isn't going to put everything back together. Dru, at least it's a start.
Drucilla: I really appreciate that, Neil. Thank you.
Neil: Hey, I know what's missing. How about a little music?
Drucilla: How about a little music.
Neil: I'll be right back.
Jill: Why don't you want me to go to the police?
Jack: I don't want to make things worse for Phyllis.
Jill: You're not thinking straight. What if a couple months from now Phyllis has someone whacked? What if she starts another fire?
Jack: I'm asking you, please don't do this.
Jill: You said you thought she could have done this.
Jack: I didn't say that. I thought perhaps she was capable of it. I don't want to be part of the prosecution and I don't want you to either.
Jill: I can't just turn --
Jack: Yes, you can and you will. Stay the hell out of this, you hear me?
Jill: Okay, okay. You better pray the day never comes I regret not speaking up. She's your wife so you better keep an eye on her before somebody else gets hurt.
Diane: Isabella, would you please calm down?
Isabella: Would you stop telling me what to do?
Diane: Look, a lot is happening. So far, it's all good. Not that I had anything to do with it, mind you, but Jack is finally seeing Phyllis for the nutcase she is. He's doubting her innocence.
Isabella: Why, Diane, because she's moved out?
Diane: It's more than that. He's turning to me for comfort.
Isabella: Aren't you worried she will go to the police?
Diane: About the car thing? She probably has 10,000 times. There's nothing Phyllis can do to either of us. She's in so much hot water that anything she says comes off as pure desperation which is exactly what it is, right? Right?
Isabella: I guess.
Diane: Come on, go home. Relax. You have nothing to worry about.
J.T.: So that's the situation. Colleen is in a tough spot. I hope you would help her out.
Raul: By staying here.
J.T.: It's only a couple days.
Raul: What do you have to accomplish in a couple days?
J.T.: I don't know. Her family is expecting to ship her to New York.
Raul: You expect us to hide her here from the Abbotts?
J.T.: No one will know she's here, Raul.
Raul: Can you promise me that?
Brittany: Let me see if I have this straight, Colleen. Your family told you to stay away from J.T. But you kept seeing him anyway and you expect us to bail you out.
Colleen: Forget it, J.T., it's not going to work. We have to do it ourselves.
J.T.: We're not running away.
Raul: Wait a minute. Colleen, you were really serious about that?
Colleen: It's the only way we can be together.
Brittany: You were going to run off with her? Are you out of your mind, J.T.? There are laws against that in case you haven't heard. The girl is only 15.
J.T.: I never said I would go. I'm asking for a favor.
Colleen: Didn't you hear them? They said no.
Raul: Wait. We haven't said no yet.
Brittany: We haven't? Tell me you're not seriously considering this.
Raul: I wasn't. Did you see the look in Colleen's eyes?
Brittany: What look.
Raul: The kid is desperate. In her state I think she could do something stupid.
Brittany: Didn't you say you didn't want anything to do with J.T.?
Raul: She'll probably go home and work something out. At least if she stays here she won't run away and get into worse trouble. Come on. What do you say?
Brittany: Given our current financial situation? I think if we start baby-sitting we should at least be getting paid.
J.T.: You'll let her stay?
Raul: You better make things right with her folks, J.T. And you better do it fast.
Brittany: J.T. Hellstrom sweet-talking the Abbotts. This I've got This I've got to see.
Brad: Colleen ran off? I don't understand it. When we talked yesterday, I wouldn't say we made a lot of progress. Why would she openly defy you this way?
John: There's something else you should know.
John: Traci wants her back in new York.
Brad: That's what Colleen was reacting to when she ran off. Why didn't you tell me this in the first place?
John: I called you last night. Evidently you didn't get the message.
Brad: I certainly did not. When does Traci want her back?
Brad: This is a done deal? I have no input?
John: This is Traci's call.
Brad: I'm her father.
John: I'm her grandfather. How do you think I feel? I couldn't live up to the promise I made with my daughter?
Brad: Enough is enough. I am tired being kept out of the loop. For starters I will have a long talk with Traci. She will not arbitrarily decide Colleen is going back to new York. My daughter is having problems but everyone is going off half cocked here. We have to sit down and calmly assess what's best for Colleen.
John: I couldn't agree more.
Brad: You have no idea where she could be.
John: I tried the school, the coffee house, her friends. She just ran off when I was on the phone making fright reservations.
Brad: She ran once, before. Traci had to go to the morgue --
John: For God's sake, Bradley, of course I remember. We found out she was at the homeless shelter.
Brad: That's what happened last time. This time God knows where she could be.
Neil: So our little girl starts school tomorrow.
Drucilla: Mm-hmm. Don't let Lily hear you call her "our little girl". She doesn't want to be here. That hasn't changed.
Neil: That will change. Let her get into school, make some friends.
Drucilla: Hopefully, not like the friends she made in Paris.
Neil: She won't because we will keep an eye on it. Getting Lily in school is a good thing. That's the first step to normalcy.
Drucilla: That girl and her attitude are wearing me out.
Neil: We will work on it together, get her head on straight.
Drucilla: If you think you can do that, my hat's off to you.
Neil: "You". What about me?
Neil: You're not having second thoughts, are you?
Drucilla: Second thoughts about what?
Neil: Keeping Lily here in Genoa City?
Drucilla: Things were not going the way I wanted them to in Paris.
Neil: No regrets about hanging around.
Drucilla: Neil, I have a gang of regrets about what's gone down in my life. But coming back to Genoa City is not one of them. I believe I've made the right choice.
Neil: For Lily? You know, Dru, a lot of memories here.
Drucilla: A whole bunch of good memories. Don't think I don't miss Paris. That's one hell after city.
Neil: I bet you miss people stopping you on the street and saying how much they love your last layout in the latest magazine. You deserve all of the success that you had.
Drucilla: You act like I'm all played out. What do you mean had?
Neil: That's not what I meant. Drucilla, you're fine. You're one hot lady.
Brad: Abbott residence.
Brad: Colleen. Honey, where are you?
Colleen: Is Granddad around?
Brad: He's upstairs. He told me what happened.
Colleen: So you are mad at me too?
Brad: I am not mad at you. I wish you hadn't run out on your granddad like that but I understand why you're upset.
Colleen: You do?
Brad: Of course I do. Honey, I'm not comfortable with this idea shipping you back to New York.
Colleen: Does that mean I can stay?
Brad: That's not my decision. Come home. We'll sit down and talk about it. I'm sure we can come up with something.
Colleen: If Mom insists, I have to go.
Brad: I don't want to talk about it over the phone. Tell me where you are and I will pick you up.
Colleen: I just wanted you to call and let you know I'm okay. Granddad doesn't have to worry.
Brad: Sweetheart, I want to you come home right now. Don't make this any worse for yourself. Tell me where you are.
Colleen: Bye, Dad.
Brad: Colleen, wait. Colleen!
Neil: So, when's the last time you talked to Sid?
Drucilla: I don't know, why?
Neil: I assume he calls every day trying to drag you back to Paris.
Drucilla: He calls me when I rise. The man wants me back in Paris something fierce.
Neil: Drucilla, I'm glad we did this.
Drucilla: I am too, Neil, but there's something I have to --
Neil: Shh, wait a minute. You hear that song? Do you recognize that song?
Drucilla: St. Lucia, our honeymoon.
Neil: On the beach, late at night. The club was closing. I asked you to dance.
Drucilla: Actually, I think I asked you to dance. Remember?
Neil: That's right you did.
Drucilla: Do you want to dance?
Neil: Right here in the living room?
Drucilla: Come on. It wouldn't be the first time.
[Knock on door]
Neil: Who's going to interrupt us at a time like this, whoever it is?
Drucilla: I don't know. Maybe you should answer it.
Diane: Hello. This is Diane Jenkins. My son and I are going out for a while. If Jack Abbott calls tell him we will be back shortly? Wait, wait. If he happens to stop by, you have my permission to let him in my room. He can order room service, anything he wants to feel comfortable. Thank you.
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