Y&R Transcript Thursday 11/21/02
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Guard: No touching. Not going to say it again.
Phyllis: Why don't I just die already.
Jack: I'm working on Diane.
Phyllis: Work faster. I can't believe I just said that.
Jack: It's reality.
Jack: We're running out of time. I don't know what we have.
Phyllis: Reasonable doubt?
Jack: We need information. We need something, anything.
Phyllis: Where do we stand right now?
Jack: I saw Diane last night and I have some good news.
Phyllis: She swore off sex?
Jack: She's not leaving town. I talked her into that.
Phyllis: What did it take? Or don't I want to know?
Victor: Don't even ask to join me.
Diane: You can't spare me even a minute?
Victor: Not that I can't. I don't want to. Why are you intruding?
Diane: It strikes me as so sad. You and I were once married. And it was lovely for a time. Now you have such contempt for me.
Victor: You've got that right. Because you joined forces with people I just despise.
Diane: Let's not rehash that. I regret many things I did. I would like to think you have certain regrets too.
Victor: Waiter, could I have some more water please?
Diane: At any rate, you're united with Nikki which is what you always wanted. As for me, at long last, things may finally be going my way. Surely you won't begrudge me that.
J.T.: Statutory rape? You can't be serious.
Detective: We don't joke about felonies, Mr. Hellstrom.
J.T.: Colleen and I are friends, just friends.
Detective: You haven't had sex with the girl.
Detective: What have you done? Describe your relationship.
J.T.: I'm not lying to you. Colleen and I, we talk. We understand each other. I think she's smart.
Detective:Her family thinks you'll take advantage of that closeness.
J.T.: I wouldn't do that. They're hassling her. I was trying to help her deal with that.
Detective: By telling her to leave home?
J.T.: That was entirely her idea.
Detective: But you didn't discourage her, did you?
Brad: It's been a while. Detective and your father searching Colleen's room.
Traci: I only hope they find something that can help find her. Because obviously you have no clue what's going on with our daughter.
Brad: I know you're upset but I'm not -- .
Traci: Upset that our fifteen-year-old is running the streets with her adult boyfriend. You're her father, Brad. How is it possible you didn't see this coming?
Brad: It's a balancing act, Traci. You left your father in charge, not me. There's only so much supervising I could do.
Traci: Not that you're making excuses or anything.
Brad: I will take my share of responsibility for what happened. I don't think forcing the girl to leave Genoa City is the answer, not by a long shot.
Traci: Why are you hassling me about this?
Anita: You're on probation.
Raul: I wasn't thinking.
Anita: Not about Brittany.
Frederick: How could you be so stupid?
Anita: Now we have found her, you put us in the middle of it.
Raul: It was only supposed to be --
Frederick: Now we have to get Colleen home.
Colleen: I'm not going anywhere. You can't make me do anything.
Drucilla: I might not need it. But then again, you never know.
Wesley: Mission accomplished. The tape is in the trash. What happens when Brad gets back to the boardroom and finds out the tape disappeared?
Drucilla: It's a damn sight better than the alternative, isn't it? You saved me --
Wesley: I can't tell if you're kidding.
Drucilla: I might have sent that tape to Brad.
Wesley: Sweetie, there's a reason they pay me the big bucks.
Drucilla: You always go on location with your clients? That would have been dumb if I sent that tape. Might have sent all kinds of damage.
Serena: Sure you're not hungry? We can go down the street to that Mexican joint.
Neil: Serena, I thought we should talk privately instead of in a restaurant.
Serena: I think I know why you called.
Neil: You should let me say it.
Serena: Maybe I don't want to hear it.
Neil: You're going to make this hard, aren't you?
Serena: No guilt. I admit I was hoping --
Neil: I know you were hoping.
Serena: We could have been good together. Real good. But it would have never worked out. See, I've got things to deal with, unfinished business.
Neil: Yeah. Yeah, I know you stopped drinking.
Serena: It all fell into focus. Funny how that happens.
Neil: I always felt there was something, some kind of tragedy in your life.
Serena: Yeah, there was.
Neil: You blamed yourself for it.
Serena: I did. But I paid my dues. I did my time in purgatory.
Neil: I hear you on that one, Serena.
Serena: Anyway, now that it's history, I can look it in the eye, see it for what it was, you know? I have to do this, Neil, or else I won't be worth a damn. Not to you or anyone.
Traci: Now you're an expert on parenting, is that it?
Brad: I don't think either of us are. Isn't that why Colleen came back here?
Traci: I had a solution. My mistake was letting you talk me out of it.
Brad: Not just me, your father.
Traci: The two of you have done a very productive job.
Brad: This is not productive.
Traci: Colleen belongs back in New York.
Brad: What about Sing Sing ? I hear they have openings.
Traci: Did you find anything?
John: A little more than we bargained for, honey.
J.T.: Believe it or not you two showed up at the time we were going to the Abbott house.
Detective: Where's your girlfriend now?
J.T.: I don't know where she is.
Detective: You know where she's been staying.
Detective: You will let her live on the street alone.
J.T.: She's not living on the street.
Detective: Where is she living?
J.T.: I'm not a fink.
Detective: You're not helping your case withholding information. You'll make things worse for yourself if you don't cooperate. Fine. That's the way you want to play it?
J.T., Look, it's obvious you care about Colleen. If you really were about to take her home.
J.T.: I was.
Detective: You can make sure she gets there safely right now by telling us where she is. If you don't, a fifteen-year-old runaway, pretty, young girl out there alone, with no one to turn to.
J.T.: It's not like that.
Detective: What do you mean?
J.T.: She's with some people.
Detective: What people? J.T., tell us. Help us, please. We all want what's best for Colleen.
J.T.: What are you going to do, arrest her?
Detective: She's not in any trouble. We'll get her home safely. If something does happen to her, I will nail your sorry butt to the wall. You got that, kid?
Neil: Serena, it takes a lot of character realizing you're not ready for something.
Serena: Nice fantasy though, starting a new life with a wonderful man, turn your back on the bad ole days.
Neil: Like you said.
Serena: Comes back to bite you. Never fails. Guess may be it's best it all worked out this way.
Neil: Serena, you know I wish you all the luck in the world, and I mean that.
Neil: I also want to thank you for being there for me as a friend. No, no, you're much more than a friend. Those other people in your other life, they want to know what kind of good you did while you were away. You just tell them to call me, I'll straighten them out.
Serena: Good luck to you, Neil. Although standing here, looking at you, you don't need it. You and that daughter of yours are going to wind up closer than ever.
Neil: I have to make my daughter my top priority right now. Serena.
Victor: Why would you want to broach something so personal with me?
Diane: Okay, the truth. For the first time in a long time my life is finally moving in a direction I wanted it to. I have made some mistakes. I have done some things that hurt someone I care for so deeply.
Victor: Why are you telling me this?
Diane: You dazzle me with your money, charm, good looks, and I turned my back on Jack. He is the one man in my entire life I truly love.
Victor: Kindly spare me the drivel.
Diane: I know Jack cares for me. Be happy for me. Won't you, Victor?
Jack: I have to play Diane right up to the very end if necessary. I will get you out of this jail. You can't spend the rest of your life in here.
Phyllis: When you say you're going to play Diane --
Jack: Phyllis, stay with me. I need you behind me. Honey, it takes everything in me to spend time with this woman to get her to let her guard down.
Phyllis: Get closer and closer.
Jack: I have to do what I have to do to clear your name.
Phyllis: No matter what it takes.
Jack: No matter what it takes.
Wesley: You can't take it upon yourself to do this.
Drucilla: Save the doctor bit. I love my sister. Clinically speaking, I can worry about her.
Wesley: Worry to your heart's content but do it from a safe distance.
Drucilla: You're bossy on me today.
Wesley: You like that, don't you.
Drucilla: Yeah. Yeah.
Wesley: Come here, woman.
Drucilla: Yes, Daddy.
Wesley: If it was going to be that easy, I would have done that a long time ago.
Wesley: Is that right? Kiss me. You're going to have to do better than that.
[Knock on door]
Drucilla: Who is it?
Neil: Dru, you got a minute? It me, Neil.
Neil: Well, well. Looks like you have become a regular member of the family, huh?
Wesley: I never thought about it that way.
Frederick: Colleen, listen to me.
Colleen: I don't know you, so don't give me orders. I'm not going.
Frederick: You are right now.
Officer Pendleton: Hold on there. Are you Colleen Carlton?
Officer Pendleton:: Back inside, miss. You're not going anywhere.
Colleen: Are you arresting me?
Officer Pendleton: We're taking you to your grandfather's.
Colleen: I don't want to go back there.
Officer Pendleton: You don't have a choice.
Frederick: I was telling her the same thing.
Officer Pendleton: Who are you?
Frederick: Frederick Hodges.
Anita: I am Anita Hodges.
Frederick: You're anxious to get her back with her family?
Colleen: How can you make me go if you're not arresting me?
Officer Pendleton: We'll talk in the car.
Officer Pendleton: Ask for Officer Pendleton. We'll iron that out.
Frederick: Thank you.
Anita: Brittany, pack your bags.
Brittany: Excuse me?
Frederick: You're coming home with us.
Brittany: No, I'm not.
Frederick: I'm calling your parents. If you don't, I will. I want to talk to them.
Traci: More than you bargained for? What did you find?
John: We found Colleen's diary.
Brad: You obviously read it.
John: Part of me wishes I didn't.
Brad: It has to do with this Hellstrom fellow.
John: She goes on and on and on. I think about J.T. constantly, the way he kisses, smells, everything. I wish we could be even closer.
Traci: Please stop.
Brad: I had no idea.
John: None of us did. She kept insisting they were just friends.
Traci: More of her lies.
[Cell phone ringing]
Detective Weber: This is Weber. Yeah. What do you have? Okay. Good work. We'll be here. Okay. We got her.
Traci: Colleen? Is she all right?
Detective Weber: Officers found her at a boarding house on Union. They're bringing her home.
Traci: Thank God.
Phyllis: Jack, maybe there's some other way.
Jack: If there was another way, I would be all over it.
Phyllis: Let's think. We can think.
Jack: We have been over it a hundred times.
Phyllis: The redhead wearing my clothes, wearing my shoes. Who was that?
Jack: If it wasn't you, how do you prove that?
Phyllis: She's not going to talk.
Jack: Diane has friends?
Phyllis: She has Isabella. She doesn't exactly look like me. I know that. That's what you have to get out of Diane.
Jack: When I see her tonight.
Phyllis: You're seeing her tonight? My God, that turns my stomach.
Jack: It's killing me too.
Phyllis: She expecting you? Good. Tonight's the night then. She's probably picking out teddys right now.
Jack: I'm doing this for one reason, one reason alone, to get you out of this God forsaken place.
Phyllis: When you go there tonight, you have to get out of her who that woman is, okay? That's the only thing that's going to prove Diane set me up.
Jack: Believe me, I have my marching orders.
Phyllis: Can you hold me?
Jack: Oh, God, I wish I could.
Phyllis: Can you kiss me? I'm dying. I'm dying, Jack. Please.
Jack: To hell with the guard. Here.
Guard: That's it. Visit over.
Jack: All right, all right, all right. I'm on my way out.
Drucilla: Neil, Lily's not here right now.
Neil: Drucilla I came here to see you.
Wesley: About your daughter, I presume.
Neil: Drucilla, I need your help. I need to do things with Lily.
Drucilla: With Nate, stuff like that?
Neil: What are her interests -- last time I went out with Lily was what?
Wesley: Being she was quite a bit younger.
Neil: What about sports, does she like concerts, play? She loves the ballet. We didn't have an opportunity to take advantage of that.
Neil: I really have to figure this out.
Victor: I'll tell you what makes me happy, your life points in a direction away from me.
Diane: That was mean.
Victor: I have nothing but disdain for you. Have you got it?
Diane: I am a changed woman now, especially that Jack is back in my life. All right. There are things I had to do to make it happen and some people would accuse me of using my child. Even if I did, it's only because of my love for his father.
Victor: You have always used that child as a means to an end. You said as much.
Diane: Kyle and Jack bonded beautifully. Jack has a child and finally he has a chance -- no, we have a chance to have a happy, loving family. That's all I want, to give that to Jack and to my little boy.
Victor: I'm stunned by your guts and impertinence to sit here and ruin my meal. What you said is BS. You used that child to worm your way into the Abbott family, to create a wedge between Jack Abbott and his wife. What you have done to that kid is utterly despicable. Now you're going to convince me how close you feel to his father?
Diane: Jack and I belong together. That's the way it should have been. I have loved him, one constant of my adult life.
Victor: Spare me this bull.
Diane: The only reason we're not together is because I let you turn my head.
Victor: Let me say something to you. You're a man's nightmare. You are an obsessive, utterly neurotic woman.
Diane: I made a lot of mistakes in my life. You were the worst. Because of you I lost Jack. Now I have a second chance with him and I have everything I wanted. You know, I thought I could break down this wall and get rid of some of this it animosity between us.
Victor: You bore me. Buy yourself a cup of coffee with the change, all right?
Drucilla: Honey, what's wrong, did something happen?
Lily: Every minute I was there.
Wesley: Catch a breath. Tell us what happened?
Lily: They all call me Frenchy. They won't even give me a chance.
Drucilla: They're just jealous.
Lily: They're a bunch of snotty, rich kids.
Wesley: They already have cliques formed.
Drucilla: Don't make me go down to that school.
Lily: They say like I'm better than them. But I don't.
Drucilla: We'll find out if the school can do something like this.
Wesley: Lily we have to find a way.
Drucilla: How do you expect us to help you?
Lily: If you make me stay in this dumb town let me switch schools like a public school. What's so great about Walnut Grove anyway?
Drucilla: Your cousin loves the school.
Wesley: It's a little soon. It might be worth considering switching schools.
Drucilla: I heard Genoa City High had a good reputation.
Neil: I have been listening holding my tongue. This is a delicate situation neither of you are handling very well.
Brad: Colleen, honey, thank God. We're all so worried about you. Are you all right?
Colleen: I'm fine, geez. You act like Mom -- Mom?
Traci: Hello, Colleen. I guess you didn't expect me.
John: Why did you run off like that?
Colleen: You were sending me away.
Traci: Officers, thank you for your help. I will be taking my daughter back to New York first thing tomorrow.
Colleen: I am not going anywhere with you, no way.
Neil: Lily, excuse me a minute, all right? Lily, why don't you listen to me, okay?
Lily: About what?
Neil: Believe it or not, I was your age once. I know with a you're up against, being a new kid. Are you sure that you're not creating some of this grief yourself?
Lily: What do you want me to do, kiss everyone's behind?
Neil: Wait a minute, now. No. There's a happy medium.
Lily: Fine. You go there. I don't want to deal with those snotty brats.
Neil: Lily, the point I'm trying to make, you can't come on their turf with a huge chip on your shoulder and expect everyone to like you. It doesn't work that way, especially when they have their own cliques. Everybody has their own little tight group. Don't make it so easy for them to reject you.
Lily: Why are you rejecting me? You don't know me.
Drucilla: Lily, don't be fresh with your father.
Neil: You know, I have seen enough of your behavior to know that your attitude could use some work. Sweetheart, you're a beautiful, engaging, charming young lady. My suggestion is use some of that charm to win over the kids at walnut grove. Hey, it's me, your daddy, okay? I'm asking you to please.
Neil: It's a start.
Traci: I've made my decision, Colleen.
Colleen: You can't make me get on that plane.
Brad: Take it easy.
Colleen: Don't you get it? That's why I ran away because you made me go back.
Traci: That still stands.
Traci: You don't get a vote. I am your mother. What I say goes.
Colleen: I am not going.
Brad: Let's try to calm down here and sit down and talk this out.
Traci: You came here as an experiment. It did not work. Your behavior got worse.
Colleen: Granddad, tell her it did work.
John: My hands are tied.
Brad: What your mother means is --
Traci: Brad, I don't need you to translate.
Colleen: You want me to be miserable. One friend, one friend in particular who you will not be seeing at boarding school!
Colleen: What happened to J.T.? What happened to him?
Detective Weber: Downtown at the police station. He's been arrested.
Colleen: He didn't do anything.
Traci: How do we know after all the lies you told?
Colleen: You guys are making a big thing about nothing.
Traci: This man is an adult and you're not. Colleen, we read your diary. We know you think you're in love with him.
Colleen: Oh, my God.
Traci: Have you had sex with him?
Colleen: No. God, no.
Traci: I can't believe I'm asking you.
Colleen: You have to believe me. I didn't.
Traci: Colleen, you lost all your credibility. You're going to New York.
Colleen: I will run away forever.
Traci: If you think you can roll over me like that.
Detective Weber: Hey, hey! Shut your mouth and listen for a minute! Colleen is going with me.
Traci: What? Where?
Detective Weber: To the juvenile detention centre.
Brad: You're arresting her?
Detective Weber: Colleen won't be charged with a crime.
Detective Weber: Given her threat to run away again I believe it's best for her to go to a neutral facility until this is settled.
John: Don't you think that's a bit extreme?
Colleen: If I say I won't run away --
Detective Weber: I'll leave with you your family.
John: Sweetheart, please.
Brad: Honey, tell them you didn't mean it. You were angry.
Traci: You don't want to go to a place like that, Colleen.
Colleen: It's no worse than boarding school. Okay I'll go with you.
Brad: Baby, please don't do this.
John: Colleen, honey.
Traci: Colleen, please.
Colleen: You did this, Mom. This is all because of you. I am not going back to New York and I'm not leaving J.T.
Neil: You're going to go back to that school tomorrow and show them what a cool chick you are.
Lily: Dad, you are such a dweeb.
Neil: Is that right? I bet you have homework to do, young lady. I want to talk to your mom and Wes for a minute. Go to my apartment and stay there. Let me give you the keys. There you go.
Drucilla: See ya, honey.
Drucilla: That was quite a performance, Neil.
Neil: You disapprove?
Drucilla: I just can't believe that you can roll up in here and run the show.
Neil: Yes, I can. You saw me do it. The way you two were dealing with things, it's a damn good thing I did.
Wesley: Wait a minute.
Neil: You wait a minute, Wesley. There are going to be some changes around here starting now. Have I got your attention?
[Knock on door]
Diane: Come in, Jack. It's open.
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