Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/19/02
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Isabella: Good morning.
Paul: Good morning.
Paul: You know, I really don't feel like talking.
Isabella: That's what you said last night.
Paul: I have to get to the office.
Isabella: I want ask you something. I know you don't want to discuss Christine, but, believe me, I don't want her name to pass my lips again but I need to know.
Paul: What do you want to know?
Isabella: Why did you go to her apartment after the baptism?
Lauren: Don't shoot, don't shoot.
Michael: Who the hell let you in?
Lauren: I'm unarmed.
Michael: What are you doing here?
Lauren: Waiting for you. Who knew it would be so hazardous.
Michael: Why? Last time you were here you tried to bite my head off.
Lauren: Michael, come on. I'm just trying to touch base.
Michael: I'm fine, if that's what you're wondering.
Lauren: You look fit as a fiddle.
Michael: Okay. I'm not fine. In fact, I'm miserable. My life is a shambles.
Lauren: You mean everything is not coming up roses?
Michael: So close to it.
Michael: Everything I wanted was this close.
Lauren: Why don't you tell me what this is all about.
Michael: It's about Christine. It's all about Christine.
Raul: Hey, good morning.
Raul: How'd you sleep?
Raul: Just okay?
Brittany: What are you doing up so early?
Raul: I wanted to run by the coffee house see if Diego stopped by.
Brittany: It was worth a shot.
Raul: I still can't believe he would leave town with the money.
Brittany: What are we going to about this, Raul?
Raul: Nothing we can do except wait for Diego to call or --
Brittany: No, not that. This. I really don't want her staying here. Can you do something?
Raul: Look, you know I'm not crazy this about idea either.
Brittany: Why did you say yes to J.T.?
Raul: Can we talk about this later?
Brittany: I want to know. How long do we have to live like this?
Raul: Get dressed. We'll talk about this at Crimson Lights.
Brad: Yeah, okay. Thanks for the update. I'll be leaving for the office soon. Please call me with any further information, will you? Thanks, John. Hey, what an adorable wig.
Ashley: Thanks, honey. Is that my dad?
Brad: Yeah, yeah. No word from Colleen since last night. I can't believe she's run away again, Ash.
Ashley: She's a smart girl. She'll come to her senses.
Brad: When Colleen comes home, things will be different. This behavior is totally unacceptable.
Ashley: I agree. If there's anything I can do to help, let me know.
Brad: You have already helped. You have been supportive and I can't tell you what that means to me. I wish you would let me be there for you.
Ashley: Are you talking about last night? I better tell you because it's driving me insane. We're getting things back and that's great, but I still think we have a dark cloud hanging over our marriage.
Brad: I feel it too.
Ashley: I know about Olivia.
Brad: You know what?
Ashley: I know she has feelings for you.
Olivia: I can't find my --
Drucilla: Look at you. I love your hair.
Olivia: I thought I needed a change.
Drucilla: Not so fast. Not until we talk about what happened last night in your office.
Olivia: What about last night?
Drucilla: I know you wanted to keep your distance.
Olivia: Not this again.
Drucilla: I don't believe it's what you want. If you care about the man, there's nothing I can do --
Olivia: I don't. Even if I did, the man is married. He loves his life. That's the way it's going to be. End of story. Give me my keys.
Olivia: You leave me alone.
Frederick: I finally figured out why you wanted to come here even though you detest this place. You wanted to see Brittany.
Anita: I don't have to come here to see our daughter.
Frederick: What's this?
Anita: Brittany's new address.
Frederick: Where did you get this?
Anita: I have my ways. I want her to come home before the holidays.
Frederick: That's a tall order.
Anita: Wherever she's staying can't be as comfortable as our house.
Frederick: I doubt she cares about this. She's making a point.
Anita: She's made it.
Frederick: I know how to relate to my daughter.
Anita: Since when?
Frederick: You talk to her.
Anita: We should present a united front.
Frederick: Are you suggesting we both talk to her?
Anita: I suggest we tell her both want her home.
Brad: How did you find out?
Ashley: I overheard Dru and Olivia talking. All the time I confided in her, the personal things I said about us, about you.
Brad: Have you talked to Liv?
Ashley: I confronted her.
Ashley: This isn't about her. I want to know if she was alone.
Brad: What are you asking me, Ash?
Ashley: Do you have feelings for her?
Brad: To a degree, I did.
Ashley: So let me get this straight. While I was fighting for my life, you were finding comfort in Olivia's arms?
Brad: Nothing really happened.
Ashley: What does that mean? Did you sleep with her?
Brad: No. We kissed. That's it. Sweetheart, listen to me.
Ashley: I've heard enough.
Brad: You're not going to let me explain?
Ashley: Explain what? You let yourself fall for another woman. Not just any woman, my best friend. What's to explain about that?
Brad: I did not fall for her. You're not being fair.
Ashley: Where the hell do you get off telling me about being fair?
Brad: You know what a difficult time that was. You were sick. The chemo was making you sicker. All I wanted to do was find a way to stop your suffering. I couldn't. It was hell. We weren't communicating at all. I needed someone to lean on. So did Liv. So yes, we did turn to each other for support. It doesn't excuse it. It wasn't right. But it was because of the situation. Under normal circumstances, that never would have.
Ashley: You and Olivia knew you crossed a line that's why you kept it secret.
Brad: That wasn't the reason.
Ashley: What's the reason?
Brad: It was over before it began.
Ashley: You should have told me.
Brad: You had been through so much. I didn't want to cause you any anymore pain.
Ashley: Thanks. Good plan.
Brad: You have the right to feel betrayed. I always said the most important thing in a marriage is trust. Other couples don't have that. We do. We don't keep secrets from each other. It was wrong of me not to say anything. Please forgive me. I should have told you. I know that now. I should have been as honest with you as you've always been with me.
Olivia: Neil, hi.
Neil: Hey. Look at your hair. It looks great. Am I interrupting something?
Olivia: No, not at all. What brings you by?
Neil: My test for this morning.
Neil: I have to get a liver function test every month. I only have to do it for a few months. Even after all that abuse, everything is working just fine.
Olivia: You're really lucky.
Neil: Yeah. And you're really down.
Olivia: I'm fine, really.
Neil: Liv, come on. This is me.
Olivia: I don't want to talk about this. You know what? If I can't talk about it to you, I really am in trouble.
Neil: Okay. What's going on?
Olivia: It has to do with my best friend, her husband and me.
Neil: Meaning Brad, Ashley and you.
Olivia: More like Ashley and me, with Brad stuck in the middle.
Neil: What are we talking about here?
Olivia: Use your imagination.
Frederick: Of course, I want Brittany back home.
Anita: If I am going to persuade Brittany to leave this boy and come home, I want you to know what that means.
Frederick: What does it mean exactly?
Anita: In the past, I looked after her as you went off to work.
Frederick: You made appointments for her. The club, the salon, the spa.
Anita: Don't be cruel.
Frederick: You don't spend any more time than I do.
Anita: In the past maybe that's the way things were. They're going to be different this holiday season. I would like them to be different for you too. I need them to be different if we're going to get her back on the right path.
Frederick: Let me tell you something, Anita. Everything I do is for Brittany.
Anita: That speech again?
Frederick: If I had been home every day for the last eighteen years, yes, we would be closer. It just so happens I'm the only bread-winner in this family.
Anita: You have done so well in that regard, haven't you, Frederick. Forget the fact you have never been around. We should be eternally grateful for all our mere comforts?
Frederick: The least you can do is make our daughter understand.
Anita: If you had come early once in a while, maybe you could explain that to her yourself.
Frederick: I will try to be more of a father this holiday season. Does that satisfy you?
Anita: No. What would satisfy me is if you did your best to be more of a spouse.
Frederick: After you, my dear.
Anita: You're right. This is going nowhere. Frederick, you do whatever you want. I just wanted to let you know I will be bringing Brittany home.
Frederick: Do you mind if I ask what tactic you're going to use?
Anita: Excuse me?
Frederick: You can't bribe her with credit cards. You cut them up.
Anita: I'm trying something new. It's called communication.
Frederick: That will be new all right.
Anita: You should try it sometime.
Frederick: Next time I'm with Brittany, maybe I will.
Anita: I meant with me.
Lauren: I should have known your mood had something to do with Christine.
Michael: I was almost there. I had a ring on her finger. She agreed to marry me. My dream was about to come true.
Lauren: Are you telling me the wedding's off?
Michael: Who knows.
Lauren: What did she say?
Michael: It's what she didn't say that worries me. She's disappeared, Lauren. I have no idea where she is. I don't know when she'll -- hell, I don't know if she'll come back.
Michael: Don't say, I told you so.
Lauren: Although I warned you the night of the christening that that little stunt at Gina's was going to come back and bite you in the -- apparently it has.
Michael: You don't think that's why Christine left. There's more to it.
Lauren: Like what?
Michael: I'm trying to figure it out. It was all coming together for us. Paul was out of the picture. Isabella and he had a new child. They're hitched. Now it's all fallen apart.
Lauren: You know, the more I listen to you, the less you seem like a man with a broken heart and more like a man whose plan was foiled.
Isabella: Why, Paul? Why did you have to go to Christine's apartment?
Paul: I wanted to apologize to her in person for what happened after the baptism.
Isabella: I don't understand. You two are divorced. Why do you feel a need to maintain contact with Christine?
Paul: You're right. I never should have gone over there. It was a mistake.
Isabella: Honey, what's the matter?
Paul: Isabella, I have screwed up a lot of things.
Isabella: No, you haven't.
Paul: Yes, I have. I will not screw up our marriage.
Isabella: Of course not, honey. I won't let you.
Courier: Drucilla Winters?
Drucilla: That's me.
Courier: I'm here to pick up a package.
Drucilla: Just a second. Here you go.
Courier: Sign here, please.
Drucilla: How long will it take to get to Jabot?
Courier: It will be at Jabot by noon.
Drucilla: Cool. Hey, Wes.
Wesley: What are you sending to Jabot?
Drucilla: Just some business stuff.
Wesley: What kind of business?
Drucilla: This and that.
Wesley: Are you thinking about going back to modeling there?
Drucilla: Don't be silly. Get in here.
Wesley: What's going on?
Drucilla: When I talked to you how that psychiatry stuff works, I want it to be under the strictest of confidence.
Wesley: Of course.
Drucilla: I have to hear you say it.
Wesley: Okay. Whatever you say will be between us.
Drucilla: Okay, okay. I know about that tape Ashley Abbott made for her little girl. I know everything you know.
Wesley: Did Olivia tell you? How did you find out?
Drucilla: It doesn't matter. My sister's heart is broken.
Wesley: She will pull through this.
Drucilla: She fell hard for Brad Carlton. He's off into the sunset with his wife. That leaves my sister alone with nobody.
Wesley: I know Olivia is hurting right now. There's nothing she can do about it.
Drucilla: She gave the tape back to Ashley.
Wesley: Shouldn't she have?
Drucilla: No, not if she's smart.
Wesley: What does that mean? Dru, talk to me.
Drucilla: Remember you said --
Wesley: Yeah, yeah.
Drucilla: I made a copy of the tape.
Wesley: Why would you do that?
Drucilla: I'm sorry I said anything to you.
Wesley: That messenger was bringing a package to Jabot. That's where Brad works. Drucilla, tell me you didn't. Please tell me you didn't.
Frederick: How are you?
Brittany: I'm fine.
Frederick: Your mother was just here.
Brittany: Sorry I missed her.
Frederick: She found out where you're staying. She's going by to see you.
Frederick: I think you have to talk to her.
Frederick: Sweetheart, I have to go. Just talk to her, huh?
Raul: No sign of Diego. What did your dad have to say?
Brittany: My parents know where we're living.
Raul: How did they find out?
Brittany: They have spies everywhere.
Raul: We'll invite them over. Our first dinner guests.
Brittany: Are you forgetting about the guest we have?
Brittany: Yes, Colleen. Isn't there something we can do?
Raul: I don't know what you want me to do.
Brittany: Tell her she has to leave, today.
[Insistent knocking on door]
Anita: I must be at the wrong room.
Colleen: Are you looking for Raul or Brittany?
Anita: Who are you?
Colleen: A friend. I'm crashing here for a little while.
Anita: Where are they?
Colleen: I just woke up. They're probably at the coffee house.
Anita: Shouldn't you be in school?
Colleen: I finished with school.
Anita: How old are you?
Ashley: We should drop the whole thing.
Brad: What do you mean?
Ashley: Things have been so difficult for us for the last months. I'm tired of the pain. Maybe we could just let go of it, try to move on?
Brad: Are you sure, Ash?
Ashley: I feel like I've been given a second chance and I just want to live every moment of it. I don't want to waste a lot of time arguing.
Brad: Sounds good to me, baby.
Brad: I'll get that. Hello. Hi, Susan. What's up? That's right, I totally forgot that. Those contracts have to go out this morning. Okay. I'll be right in. Thank you. Honey, I'm sorry. I don't want to leave right now. I have to sign these contracts.
Ashley: That's okay.
Brad: You sure? I love you.
Ashley: Love you, too.
Brad: I'll be back soon.
Neil: Wait a minute. You're telling me --
Olivia: We got close.
Neil: How close?
Olivia: We didn't sleep together, if that matters.
Neil: I don't know it does, given the way you feel about the man.
Olivia: I don't know how I feel -- that's not true. I don't know. I just don't know anymore.
Neil: All you know is you can't seem to get him off your mind, huh.
Olivia: I don't know if I'm just angry --
Neil: Angry at whom?
Olivia: Ashley did something. I don't want to get into it. She did something wrong. If I said anything, it could blow her marriage apart.
Neil: So you don't want to say anything.
Olivia: How do you know that?
Neil: I know you. Even if you're in love with the guy, you don't want to be cruel.
Olivia: Maybe you shouldn't over-estimate me.
Neil: I don't think so. Who else knows, Liv?
Olivia: Well, Dru of course.
Neil: And Wesley?
Olivia: Well, he's been very supportive.
Neil: I bet he has. Supportive, that's the guy's middle name. I don't want to talk about Wesley. I'm more worried about you.
Olivia: I know right from wrong and what Ashley did was wrong.
Neil: That doesn't make what you're tempted to do right.
Olivia: Exactly. There's a lot at stake for Brad, for Ashley, for their daughter.
Neil: And for you.
Olivia: Yeah, and for me.
Neil: Do me a favor.
Neil: Before you do anything, I want you to run it by me first, all right?
Paul: I look into his eyes and I see my entire future. I see all the milestones in his life. His first steps and his first words. His first fishing trip together. I'm telling you, I will be there for all of them. You hear me, little guy? Your old man isn't going anywhere. So you're stuck with me. You better get used to it.
Michael: My plan was to marry Christine. Maybe this weekend. Maybe in Vegas.
Lauren: And how long did you formulate this plan?
Michael: What's the difference?
Lauren: It seems Christine is a thing you bought and paid for a long time ago.
Michael: You know, I don't know where you get that.
Lauren: Call it women's intuition.
Michael: I'm not a sentimental man, Lauren. You know that. I love Christine. Not like. Not think well of. Not care a great deal for. I loved her.
Lauren: Up to the christening, you thought she loved you too.
Michael: I can make her happy. We had it all worked out. Why are you looking at me that way?
Lauren: Because when you came back into town, Christine was a married woman.
Michael: She was then. Then she wasn't.
Lauren: Don't even tell me.
Michael: What? What? Say it.
Lauren: I don't think I should.
Michael: You think I planned Chris and Paul's divorce?
Lauren: Did you?
Michael: I wish to God I have those powers. Unfortunately, I don't. I'm just a man. I'm an extremely patient man.
Lauren: You mean opportunistic man.
Michael: You want to call me that? You go right ahead. I don't mind. I waited years for the opportunity to marry Christine. If that's a crime, I'm more than willing to pay the price. Now it may never happen.
Lauren: Because she's gone.
Michael: She'll be back.
Lauren: You seem pretty certain.
Michael: I am. She will be back. And when she comes back, I'm going to find a way to keep Paul away from her. You see, that's the key. Christine and I will be together. Mark my words, Lauren. I will find a way.
Colleen: I thought you left.
Anita: I decided to wait for my daughter to come back.
Colleen: Suit yourself.
Anita: Who are you really?
Colleen: My name's Colleen.
Anita: Well, Colleen, I don't know what you're doing here. I suspect you should be in high school, maybe even grade school.
Colleen: I'm a sophomore.
Colleen: I have to go.
Brittany: I see you've met Colleen.
Anita: Chatting with your little sophomore friend.
Brittany: Colleen, shouldn't you be getting to school?
Anita: I doubt she's bound for school. If she is, she's late.
Colleen: It was nice meeting you, Mrs. Hodges. Goodbye, Brittany.
Anita: What in the world is she doing here?
Brittany: She won't be here long.
Anita: Where does she live?
Brittany: She's having a little trouble with her parents. We're helping her out. That's all you need to know.
Anita: No reason to get snippy.
Brittany: Is there a reason for this uninvited visit?
Anita: I've come to bring you home. If you think I'm going to let my daughter live in a dump with a runaway sleeping on the floor, you guess again.
Wesley: That package you went to Jabot, that was a copy of the tape, wasn't it?
Drucilla: Yes, it was. Somebody had to do something. Olivia wasn't.
Wesley: Doesn't that tell you something?
Drucilla: That's when friends and family have to step in and protect their interests that's all.
Wesley: For you to make a rash decision --
Drucilla: It was not rash decision. I tried to get Olivia to do something with it and she wouldn't.
Wesley: She knows it's wrong.
Drucilla: She's blinded by that long-term friendship with Ashley. It's not a woman that deserves to be protected any longer. She's a liar. It's about a man that needs to know the truth.
Wesley: Are you finished?
Drucilla: Yeah, I am.
Wesley: Now I have something to say. What you just did is not only wrong but it's going to hurt a lot of people, most of all your sister. Look, even if you could find some way to ignore the pain that this is going to cause, what do you think will come of it? In fact, I think it's a lot more likely this will end up backfiring on your sister. Brad will never forgive her for telling him something that was none of your business. Your sister will be far worse off than she is now.
Drucilla: What have I done? Wes?
Courier: Sign here please.
Susan: Thank you.
Courier: Thank you.
Brad: Good morning, Susan. Do you have that contract?
Susan: Here it is, Mr. Carlton, ready for your signature.
Brad: Great. Thank you. What do we have here?
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