Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/12/02
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Isabella: Look, Jack, I'm pressed for time. What do you want?
Jack: When I rang the bell, you said you weren't dressed.
Isabella: I'm in a hurry. What do you want?
Jack: I want you to talk to Diane.
Isabella: Jack, she's my friend and I won't talk about her behind her back. Why are you staring at me?
Jack: You seem nervous.
Isabella: Your wife stopped by.
Jack: My wife and I aren't talking that much. Phyllis is in jail, Isabella. She will be there until the trial. But yes, she told me what she heard, and I need to know, is it true?
Jill: There we go. The last signature on the last document.
Frederick: Excellent. I will have the countersigning first thing.
Jill: Lovely doing business with you.
Frederick: The pleasure's mine, Jill.
Jill: This calls for a toast. How about a sherry?
Frederick: Don't mind if I do.
Jill: There you go. Cheers.
Frederick: First rate.
Jill: I only save this for very special occasions.
Frederick: Thank you I'm honored.
Jill: I'm grateful.
Frederick: For the loan.
Jill: For the loan, but mostly for you being a gentleman. You haven't brought up once that humiliating situation when Larry Warton burst in with those items.
Frederick: Handcuffs in the boardroom is a first.
Jill: God, what you must think of me.
Frederick: I'll tell you what I am thinking, if you can handle it.
Larry: Sexual harassment?
Michael: You know the term.
Larry: Yeah, yeah. In case you haven't noticed, I'm not a chick.
Michael: It doesn't matter. The law works both ways. You can file a lawsuit against Jill Abbott and Jabot and increase the damages. This played out in front of a banker as well as John Abbott.
Larry: That's right.
Michael: Do you think he would be willing to testify?
Larry: Who, the banker? How would I know?
Michael: I know John Abbott wouldn't lie in front of a jury. There's Kate Chancellor, another honorable, high profile individual who knows about this affair. Your firing would be of public record. We're talking child's play here.
Larry: You're serious about this.
Michael: Yes. Yes, indeed, my friend, very serious. A very strong case can be made here. A janitor hit on by a senior officer and fired when her interest waned.
Larry: I'm the one that lost interest.
Michael: You can't think of it that way. You were used, enticed. Because she was your boss, you thought you had to go along.
Larry: Jill Abbott is a babe. It's not like I needed some extra encouragement to --
Michael: You will need instruction how to present your case to the jury.
Larry: How to lie.
Michael: No, no, you will be telling the absolute truth. You will be telling it from a certain legal perspective. The only question is, are you interested.
Olivia: Hey, you, what brings you by?
Victoria: I was giving blood and thought I would stop by.
Olivia: Aren't you on top of the world.
Victoria: I had an intense run-in with my brother.
Olivia: That doesn't sound like you and Nicholas.
Victoria: We're on a collision course lately.
Victoria: You remember that guy I told you about? Diego?
Olivia: You were putting your moves on him to prove he had feelings for Sharon?
Olivia: What happened?
Victoria: We fell in love.
Raul: I hope you're going to explain why you spent the he entire visit with our folks obsessing about money.
Diego: Doesn't it bug you after all these years they busted their tail all they have to show is a shabby house they don't own?
Raul: It's not like they're suffering, Diego.
Diego: It doesn't seem right.
Raul: What's your answer?
Diego: Say I could make their lives easier, a lot easier.
Raul: What are you talking about?
Diego: Cash, enough to take the load off.
Raul: Wave your magic wand, see what happens.
Diego: I have a hundred grand right here. It's a parting gift from Victor.
Michael: So what are you saying?
Larry: Um, thanks for the thoughts, but no way.
Larry: Because it's weird. Guys harass women, not the other way around.
Michael: You'd be surprised.
Larry: Counselor, let's just drop it.
Michael: Even though your rights are being stomped on, you're out of a job and out in the cold all because you wouldn't keep your mouth shut? That doesn't sound like justice to me. Beyond that, you'll get a definite payback. You don't want to pursue it, I understand.
Larry: I just want this to be over, you know? I'll survive. I've done a good job there. It's got to count for something. I got a good recommendation.
Michael: Here, just in case. You take it easy, Lawrence.
Larry: Yeah, you too. Thanks.
Jill: The innermost thoughts of Frederick Hodges? I guess I had it coming.
Frederick: Relax. I'm certainly not smirking inside or think any less of you.
Jill: Thank you, I appreciate that.
Frederick: Maybe, it would be better for you to talk about what went on with this guy.
Jill: There isn't much to talk about anyway.
Frederick: Really. There had to be some sort of attraction.
Jill: Call it a bad impulse. Larry Warton came along at a time in my life when I needed a distraction. He's gone. You heard me fire him. Out of sight, out of mind.
Frederick: That's all there is to this story.
Jill: What are you getting at?
Frederick: A man like that, excuse me, he's not very polished. He must have been hitting on you pretty hard.
Jill: I'm just glad it's over.
Frederick: I'm sure you are. But before we lay it to rest, I want to say one more thing, and I hope you give it consideration.
Raul: You're carrying around $100,000 in your duffel bag?
Diego: Mr. Newman tracked me down the other day. He gave me the money and told me to leave town.
Raul: That's a high dosage of hatred right there.
Diego: I don't know what to do.
Raul: Do you love her or not?
Diego: Of course I do. Some would say if I love her let her go. Look what I have done to her. Look what I've driven her dad to. It's killing her.
Raul: She knows about this?
Diego: The money? God, no.
Raul: You're thinking of taking it?
Diego: I am no good for her. What if her family never accepts me?
Raul: The Newmans aren't snobs like Brittany parents. I'm trying to figure out how you got into this mess. What did you do?
Raul: It must have been huge.
Diego: It's over.
Raul: Did you steal something?
Diego: You think I would do that?
Raul: You're not giving me anything.
Diego: I slept with Sharon Newman.
Olivia: You and Diego, you're in love?
Victoria: I know it sounds a little unbelievable.
Olivia: I guess he wasn't involved with Sharon then.
Victoria: There was something going on between them, it was over before we got involved.
Olivia: Are you sure you can trust him?
Victoria: Of course, I can.
Olivia: What about Nicholas? Does he know?
Victoria: Sharon told him. She wrecked Nicholas and the kids. It's so messed up right now. I don't want to dwell on that. Sharon reached out to Diego, not the other way around.
Olivia: Still, Diego responded.
Victoria: He used poor judgment, obviously. Don't I have a life too? Don't I deserve a little happiness?
Victoria: Are you sure you can trust this guy, I mean really trust him?
Diane: May I join you?
Ashley: No, I was just leaving.
Diane: Please, Ashley, stay. I will only take a minute of your time. I know you have certain issues with me but I wanted to talk to you about your nephew.
Ashley: My nephew.
Isabella: Phyllis heard what she wanted to hear.
Jack: Was Diane responsible for the accident that happened last summer?
Isabella: How could she be?
Jack: I was told she jumped in the back of Phyllis' car.
Isabella: I wasn't there. I don't know what happened.
Jack: You seem nervous.
Isabella: You keep asking me that. If you're going to make threats like your wife--
Jack: Stop. Phyllis has no business making threats. She has done a lot of things she had no business doing.
Isabella: Like burning down the pool house?
Jack: There's so much evidence I can't keep denying it. She wanted Diane dead. The mother of my son. She knows how much she means to me. Anyway. He's the one thing I have been able to hold on to lately. And Diane, yes, we haven't exactly seen eye to eye but she's been a good mother to Kyle and has been a good friend to me. Now I don't know what to think. If what Phyllis said is true, if what she overheard is true, Diane is every bit a liar as Phyllis.
Isabella: Diane didn't set that fire.
Jack: Of course she didnít. She barely escaped with her life.
Isabella: Does that mean you're not buying your wife's theory she was set up?
Jack: Diane has been desperate herself.
Isabella: Diane is my friend. She's never been that way with me.
Jack: Isabella, I know I'm asking a lot. I need some help figuring this out. If you have anything, anything at all.
Isabella: Like what?
Jack: Any suspicions you've had about my wife, about Diane. Look, this isn't just about me. There are a lot of lives involved, Kyleís life particularly. If you know something, you could help me figure this out.
[Cell phone ringing]
Jack: Hold on. Jack Abbott.
John: It's John. I have to see you right away.
Jack: This is a bad time.
John: Jack, now. I'm over at Ginaís. I'm grabbing a bite. This is the only time I have.
Jack: I'll do what I can. I'm sorry about that.
Isabella: Jack, you have to go. None of this has anything to do with me. I don't want to get involved. I canít. I have no information. So just leave me alone.
Frederick: Look, a woman like you, lovely, certain status in the community, I just think you should be a little more cautious.
Jill: Is that the bank talking or you?
Frederick: I'm not passing judgment, Jill. Believe me. I'll tell you something. There's a young girl at the bank, secretary, beautiful woman, model material. She finds all sorts of excuses to come in the office and flirt with me. She's a secretary, for God's sakes.
Jill: It's good for your ego.
Frederick: That's what gets you in trouble, flirting back. It's the sort of thing that brings down careers.
Jill: Not to mention that you're a married man.
Frederick: Yeah, I suppose I am.
Frederick: Anita makes it easy to forget sometimes.
Jill: Okay. But I do hear what you're saying, Frederick. Relationships with people at work are not a good idea.
Frederick: Are we talking about John now?
Jill: Something more recent than that which is probably why I felt myself feeling vulnerable. I saw him every day. Katherine hired him to work on the cars. She opened the estate to him, free room and board without even consulting me.
Frederick: The man's still there working for Mrs. Chancellor?
Jill: Unfortunately, why?
Frederick: Since you fired him, he's not out of sight out of mind after all.
Victoria: Look, I appreciate your concern but you don't have to worry.
Olivia: You seem pretty confident knowing what you know.
Victoria: I won't condemn Diego for one incident in the past. He made a mistake. Sharon couldn't let go, not Diego. That's her problem, not his.
Olivia: You don't think this could be your problem.
Victoria: I don't want to talk about this. Don't bring me down.
Olivia: I just want you --
Victoria: I know. You want me to be realistic. I want romance. I have that with Diego. I never thought I would find happiness again.
Olivia: What about your family?
Victoria: I wish they would be happy for me. If they can't, they canít. I won't turn my back on the man I love. I wake up in the morning and I am excited to start the day. I'm thrilled I have one more day to spend with Diego. I don't know what could be better than that. You tell me.
Olivia: Well, you're happier than I have seen in a long time. I just hope it lasts.
Victoria: It will. I'm sure of it. Hey, we're looking for apartments together. This is it. This is the one.
Olivia: I'll keep my fingers crossed for you, okay?
Victoria: I have to run. I'm meeting him at the coffee house. I don't want to be late. See you later.
Raul: You're not serious. You slept with the boss's wife? How insane is that?
Diego: It was before Victoria and I got started. Sharon was stressed out.
Raul: She was something.
Diego: It was a one-time thing. It caused a lot of damage. It's the one reason old man Newman wants me out of the picture.
Raul: I'm starting to see his point.
Diego: If Victoria can forgive me.
Raul: I'm dropping it.
Diego: I don't need any more lectures. You better keep your mouth shut about it.
Raul: Don't worry. So what are you going to do now?
Diego: Leave. Victoria and I -- look, we're in love with each other. The more I think about it, it's not like I say, shove it where the sun don't shine.
Raul: You're going to give it to the folks.
Diego: No, you are.
Diego: After Victoria left this morning, I packed my bag. I put it in a locker at the bus station. I want you to take this. Give it to Pop. Tell him, I don't know, just give it to him.
Raul: No. No, Diego, I can't do this. I'm not going to let you do it either.
Jill: You would have to remind me I'm still not rid of the man. Trust me, Frederick, if I had my way --
Frederick: Katherine won't work with you on this.
Jill: Katherine gets her jollies tormenting me. It would be a stalemate.
Frederick: There must be a way to entice Mr. Wharton off the premises, if you put your mind to it.
Jill: Frederick, thank you. This has been delightful.
Frederick: You have another appointment?
Jill: Yeah, actually I do.
Frederick: Well, thank you for the sherry. Till we meet again.
Jack: She was about to open up to me.
John: Isabella is the least of our worries.
Jack: She knows something, John.
John: If you want a private detective, I will hire one for you.
Jack: At the risk of repeating myself, I do not --
John: We do not have time. I got bad news. The trial date's been moved forward. It starts in a week.
Ashley: Nothing personal against Kyle because I think he's an adorable little boy. I don't want to talk to you about him, Diane.
Diane: Because of the way he was conceived.
Diane: Kyle is an Abbott. I would hate to see that precious little boy deprived of his family because of the mistakes I made. Ashley, I know it was wrong of me to do what I did. I never should have tried to steal Victor's sperm.
Ashley: You are not listening to me. I do not want to talk to you about this.
Diane: Okay. Are you all right?
Ashley: No, I have to be somewhere.
Diane: There's a reason I brought up the subject.
Ashley: Just say it.
Diane: Abby and Kyle are almost exactly the same age, first cousins. I thought it would be a nice idea to arrange a play date so they can finally meet each other.
Ashley: That won't work for me.
Diane: Why not?
Ashley: Check, please. My daughter has a very full schedule.
Diane: Come on, Ashley. She's a toddler. Can't you be flexible?
Ashley: I don't want you in my life and I certainly don't want you near my daughter. Do you understand that?
Raul: You're not going anywhere. Losers run. Diego, you are not a loser.
Diego: Why are you making this harder?
Raul: You and Victoria are in love with each other. You have to stick it out with her. You know damn well our parents won't take the money.
Diego: Why would you say that?
Raul: They'd want to know where it came from.
Diego: I will give it to you and you can help them out.
Raul: Dude, you can't even put that much money in the bank without the government knowing. I feel like a drug dealer.
Diego: You're no help.
Raul: Yeah, I am. You're going to take that money and throw it in old man Newmanís face. You know what? On second thought, hand it to him and tell him no, thank you, sir, and go on with your life, Diego. You will see the day will come he will realize how good you are for his daughter. And things will get better. And if they don't, you'll have Victoria. And the two of you are going to have a great life together, in spite of her family.
Diego: You know, little brother, you make a lot of sense. I think I was just hoping for someone to say what you just did.
Raul: Yeah, well, every once in a while I'm good for something.
Diego: More than once in a while.
Raul: Go on, get out of here. I'm going to take care of the check.
Diego: All right. Thanks for everything.
Jill: Why is it every time I walk in this house I have to run into you?
Larry: Take it up with Katherine.
Jill: Believe me, I intend to.
Larry: I have something to say to you. Jill, you want to have a talk at the top of our lungs, fine. We will talk.
Jill: Who the hell do you think you are talking to me this way?
Larry: Listen, I don't want a hassle, okay? I've got something to say to you, and I will be happy to steer clear.
Jill: Gee, do I have your word on that?
Larry: Look, I'm on probation. I need another job besides servicing Mrs. Chancellor's vehicles.
Jill: Why don't you service Mrs. Chancellor?
Larry: That's a real low blow.
Jill: I mean it. You two deserve each other. What, Larry? What do you want from me?
Larry: I need something to take with me on interviews to let the people know I have been doing a good job. Jill, I need a recommendation.
Jill: No. N-O. Absolutely not!
Jack: Next week? Is this some kind of joke?
John: I wish it were.
Jack: Why would they do something like this?
John: By law, Phyllis is entitled to a speedy trial. She violated the terms of her bond.
Jack: No way she could survive that time in the cage.
John: It's not in the state's best interest.
Jack: We're not ready.
John: I can be.
Jack: Tell me something. What do you think our chances are right now? I need you to be straight with me.
Jack: Oh, God.
John: Listen, Jack, I have to get back to the office, which is where I will be for the next seven days unless I'm coaching Phyllis. Jack, don't go over there.
Jack: I told you I will not stand around doing nothing.
John: Come here. What you will be doing is giving Glen Richards more ammunition than he already has. Do you want to add five years to Phyllis' sentence?
Jack: Phyllis is innocent. There isn't going to be a sentence.
John: Jack, listen to me. Stay away from Diane.
Ashley: I'm sure you understand where I'm coming from.
Diane: I'm sure you made your feelings abundantly clear.
Ashley: The kids are so young, they don't know they're related.
Diane: I would hate for our differences to get in the way for them having their own special bond. I know Jack would agree.
Ashley: That's the real reason you're doing this. You have been using that child to manipulate my brother ever since you found out he was Jack's son. Unfortunately, you have that point. Kyle is an Abbott. He's always welcome in our home. However, you are not.
Diane: That's all I ask.
Ashley: Oh, really.
Diane: Hi. Were your ears burning?
Jack: What were you talking about?
Diane: I was trying to convince Ashley to get our little ones together.
Ashley: The kids are cousins. How is your wonderful wife?
Jack: She doesn't know. Phyllis is in jail.
Jack: She chose to ignore the judge's orders. Her bail has been revoked. This has nothing to do with Diane. Phyllis brought this upon herself. I've about given up, Ash. This woman is her own worse enemy.
Ashley: Come on, Jack.
Jack: I don't want to talk about Phyllis anymore. I do want a word with you when you have a moment. Ash?
Ashley: I have to be somewhere. See you.
Diane: I think I know what you want to talk to me about.
Jack: What would that be?
Diane: Phyllis, what she claims she overheard.
Jack: I suppose you're going to tell me that was all inaccurate.
Diane: No, Jack. It's not what I'm going to tell you.
Larry: What do you mean no?
Jill: When an employee is terminated for cause, no recommendation is forthcoming.
Larry: That's not fair.
Jill: That is Jabot policy.
Larry: Since when?
Jill: Maybe you should have taken time to read your employee manual.
Larry: You're trying to screw me over. Hey, look, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to grab you. Jill, please, don't do this. I'm not asking you for that much, and you know it. I need a job.
Jill: You know something? Maybe there is a way I can give you what you want, but on one condition.
Larry: And what that's?
Jill: You say you want to steer clear of me? That's what I want more than anything. I never want to see you. I never want to be reminded of this whole sordid affair. You tell Katherine you quit and never darken my doorstep. Larry, I will give you a glowing report. Every company in a hundred miles will be fighting to have you mop out their toilets.
Larry: That's how you play this. No recommendation except if I do what you say.
Jill: Take it or leave it.
Larry: Yeah, this message is for Michael Baldwin. This is Larry Warton. Will you tell Michael Baldwin that I've changed my mind and I want to sue? I'll be in touch. Thank you.
Cody: Victoria, how's it going?
Victoria: Good. Can I get some coffee?
Raul: Victoria, hey.
Victoria: Don't get up. Can I sit down?
Raul: Yeah, please.
Victoria: How've you been?
Raul: Okay. I'm in physical therapy. I'll be good as new before you know it.
Victoria: Good, good. That's awesome.
Raul: I was lucky, very lucky.
Victoria: You'll never guess why I was here.
Raul: Oh, yeah?
Victoria: You know about your brother and me.
Raul: Diego has it bad for you.
Victoria: The feeling's mutual. I'm meeting him here. I guess I'm early. I couldn't wait.
Raul: Something special going on?
Victoria: No -- well, I take that back. Diego makes everything special.
Thief 1: Head's up, here comes one. Follow me. Excuse me, excuse me.
Thief 2: Sorry to bother you, you got the time?
Thief 1: Give me your wallet. Now, man, back it up! Give me the wallet.
Diego: Guys, please, give me a second. Just take it, man.
Thief 1: Five bucks. That's it?
Diego: That's all I got, man.
Thief 2: What's in the duffel back?
Diego: Nothin', dirty clothes. I'm on my way to do the laundry.
Thief 2: Let me see it.
Thief 2: Give up the bag. Damn!
Thief 1: How much is in there?
Diego: That's not my money. You don't want to mess with these people.
Thief 1: Who the hell cares? This much cash?
Thief 2: Let's go. Let's go. Let's go.
Diego: Wait a minute.
Thief 2: Come on! Come on!
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