Thursday Y&R Transcript 6/19/03

Y&R Transcript
Thursday 6/19/03--Canada; Friday 6/20/03--USA

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Liz: But it's the quickest way to run a dna test.

Jill: I don't want a dna test.

John: Now listen to me, we have tried to convince you that charlotte ramsey is telling the truth, katherine chancellor is your birth mother and what do you do? You tell us we're lying, we're nuts, we're hallucinating. Come on.

Liz: Jill, we know you're shocked, and we know this is hard to swallow, but come--

Jill: It's a theory! You have no proof.

Liz: Our point exactly.

John: Well, let's put it to a test.

Jill: No!

Liz: Why not?

Jill: Because I don't want to know the truth.

Liz: But, honey, as hard as it is, then you will have to accept it.

John: Look, if our son and katherine's granddaughter weren't standing at the altar at this moment, we could debate this for the rest of our lives, it wouldn't matter, and you could ride off to the sunset with charlotte ramsey.

Liz: Oh, honey, billy and mackenzie are staking their whole future on this marriage. If they're related, they have to know, and we don't have a moment to waste.

John: Are you ready?

Man: Yes, sir.

John: All right, come on, jill. That's enough. Let's do it.

Jill: No! I...

Reverend parks: You may be seated.

Reverend parks: Dearly beloved, we are assembled here, in the sight of god and t the presence of these witnesses, to join together this man and this woman, william abbott and mackenzie browning, in holy matrimony. Who giveth this woman to be married?

Brock: Her father does. (Telephone rings)

Ricardo: Hello?

Isabella: Papa.

Ricardo: Isabella.

Isabella: Yeah, it's me.

Ricardo: Isabella, you haven't called for days. Where have you been? Your mother and I-- we have been so worried.

Isabella: I-I, um, I've just been dealing with a lot.

Ricardo: Sweetheart, what is it?

Isabella: Oh, papa...

Ricardo: What's wrong?

Isabella: Is mama there?

Ricardo: No, just me. I'm watching ricky. Isabella?

Isabella: It's all fallen apart, everything.

Ricardo: What do you mean?

Isabella: Nothing's working out the way I hoped, and, um, we're not moving to los angeles.

Ricardo: What? Why?

Isabella: Because paul's divorcing me, and then his ex-wife-- just, you know, I should have known it wasn't gonna last.

Ricardo: Are you telling me that you--

Isabella: I'm telling you that paul hates me, that everybody hates me.

Ricardo: But why? What in the world could have happened?

Isabella: It doesn't matter why. It's just everything's such a mess, and all my prayers, all my dreams...

Ricardo: Isabella, come home. Be with your family.

Isabella: I just-- I just can't think right now.

Ricardo: Please, we love you. This is where you should be.

Isabella: I just want to talk to my little boy. Will you put ricky on, please? Papa, I-- I love you and mama so much, and I just--I can't-- I can'T...

Ricardo: Isabella.

Paul: (Groans) any luck?

Lynne: No, she's t t answering her cell. How about you?

Paul: No, not at the apartment.

Lynne: You know, I tried gina's and a couple of other numbers and no one has seen chris anywhere.

Paul: Oh, damn.

Lynne: You're really worried about her, aren't you?

Paul: Well, I just didn't like the look on her face when she left baldwin's office.

Lynne: What did he want with you two anyway?

Paul: He told us that isabella is having restraining orders served against chris and me.

Lynne: What? Where does that woman stop?

Paul: Oh, I think she knows exactly what she's doing.

Lynne: How do you mean?

Paul: Psychological warfare. She's setting us all up for a court battle. She's positioning herself as the poor, innocent victim, harassed by the three of us.

Lynne: Three?

Paul: Oh, yeah, she's having my mother restrained as well.

Lynne: Oh, no, paul, not your mom.

Paul: Why? What's wrong?

Lynne: Paul, the shape your mom's in-- this could be devastating. I mean, she was upset before. This could be the last straw.

Mary: Oh, christine.

Chris: Mary, uh, I have something to tell you.

Mary: Oh, no, I'm, uh, I'm just on my way out.

Chris: It'll just take a minute.

Mary: Well, what is it? What is it?

Chris: I hate to be the one to bring you upsetting news, but I just wanted to get to you before anyone else did.

Mary: Oh, if you're talking about this, uh, this little restraining order, hmm, I've already been served.

Chris: I'm very sorry.

Mary: Lord only knows what my neighbors think when they see the marshal at the door.

Chris: Paul and i got the same treatment.

Mary: Mm-hmm. Apparently isabella's not satisfied just depriving me of a relationship with my grandson. Now she wants to humiliate me in front of my whole neighborhood out there. Oh, god, christine, when is this nightmare gonna end?

Chris: Mary... you have to hold yourself together.

Mary: Uh-huh. Well, look, I don't have time to talk about this now. I've gotta leave.

Chris: No, wait, where are you going?

Mary: I'm going out for a drive. Clear my head.

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Man: I can't do this against the lady's wishes.

John: Of course not. Jill?

Jill: I said no.

John: (Sighs) all right. Thank you for your time. I'll have the hospital bill me.

Man: Okay. You have a good evening.

Liz: Jill, you do realize the fact that you won't have that dna test means that you think we may be right.

Jill: May be. The world may end tomorrow, mama. That doesn't mean I'm betting on it.

John: Oh, jill, stop trying to squirm out of this.

Jill: John, leave me alone.

John: No, I mean it. We have got to help these kids. This is damn serious.

Liz: Honey, we've got to tell them they can't be married.

Jill: All right. I suppose, if there's any possibility this is true-- my god, if this isn't a case of being careful what you wish for.

John: Yeah, I know, I know. You've been wanting to break these kids up forever.

Jill: Not by becoming katherine's daughter.

Liz: Will you knock it off? You've got to get ov to the wedding and stop it.

John: She's right. What about you?

Liz: You're out of time. I'll take a cab.

John: All right, jill.

Jill: You do this.

John: No, no, no, this has got to come from the two of us. Now let's go.

Jill: Yeah, I suppose I'm the one with the bad news to deliver.

John: All right, come on.

Jill: All right. If we're gonna do this, we better get there before it's all over.

Liz: Oh, please, god.

Mary: Hey, hey, hey, get your hands off of me.

Chris: Mary, I am not gonna let you drive in this condition.

Mary: Oh, what condition? I'm fine.

Chris: You're not fine.

Mary: No, I--

Chris: It's obvious that you have been drinking.

Mary: Will you give me back my keys?

Chris: Wait, stop, all right? Don't you understand? You could get into an accident. You could hurt yourself. You could hurt someone else.

Mary: I don't care. What does it matter? My life is just a disaster just because of that despicable woman.

Chris: Mary this isn't easy for any of us, but if we lean on each other, we can get through it together.

Mary: Oh, don't you understand, christine? We've lost! Isabella has won, and you want to know why? It's because she doesn't play by the rules, and fools that we are, we still do... and until we realize that the only way to fight fire is with fire, we're doomed!

Chris: Mary, you can't let this tear you apart. None of us can.

Mary: Mm-hmm.

Chris: God knows, it would be so easy to let isabella destroy us, but we can't let that happen.

Mary: Um, I, you know, I think I'm gonna be sick.

Chris: Do you want to lie down here?

Mary: No, no, I just need to get to a bathroom.

Chris: All right, let me help you.

Mary: No. I don't need any help.

Chris: Okay. Okay.

Ricardo: Are you still there?

Isabella: Yeah, yeah. Is ricky there?

Ricardo: Yes, he's right here. I'll hold the phone to where he can hear you.

Isabella: Hi, ricky. It's mommy.

Ricky: (Cries)

Isabella: Oh, my goodness, I miss you so much. Are you being a good boy? You having fun visiting everyone?

Isabella: Oh, you're so sweet and so happy. I bet you're putting a smile on everyone's face.

Ricky: (Cries)

Isabella: Oh, my god, my heart is so empty without you... not being able to take care of you. I miss going to the park and tucking you in at night and giving you baths. You know, you'd play with your ducky and splash around, you'd make me laugh...

Isabella: And afterwards, I'd put you in your jammies, huh? And read you stories. Is papa reading you your stories?

Ricky: Yeah.

Isabella: I know you like the one with the bears, and how we'd-- how your daddy and I-- how we'd make funny faces and you'd laugh.

Isabella: Oh, god, ricky, I miss you so much. I'm always gonna be here for you. Always. This is t there on global - I'm seanna collins. This will

Michael: Well, I'll just get a padlock on the door. That'll solve my problems. That idiot, I know it was him. I know he did this. Spiteful...

Diane: You know it was who?

Michael: You remember that expensive antique piece I bought?

Diane: The bowl?

Michael: Yeah, the bowl. Well, it's not a bowl anymore. It's an ex-bowl. It's pretty much powder.

Diane: What happened?

Michael: Suffice it to say there are certain people who will not be invited back into this office until their dosage of lithium is upped.

Diane: Michael, I need to talk to you.

Michael: Oh, what now?

Diane: Don't be testy.

Michael: Look, I can be anything I want after what happened today.

Diane: Well, u're not the only one who's had a bad day. Isabella is over at her apartment--

Michael: No, no, no, you stop right the.. that woman and her never-ending problems, they are becoming my problems, and I am sick of it.

Diane: Gee, are you this compassionate with all your friends?

Michael: I was compassionat up until about an hour ago when I had two freaks yelling in my face!

Diane: Yelling about what?

Michael: About what? Isabella! It was paul and christine, and you know what? They can all go to blazes as far as I'm concerned.

Reverend parks: It is indeed a glorious day. We come together to rejoice as these two young people are blessed with the greatest of god's gifts-- enduring love and devotion between a man and a woman. No vows are more sacred than the ones you're about to make to each other. The covenant of marriage is not to be entered into lightly, but thoughtfully, prayerfully and with reverence. All those present here, and those who are with us in spirit, wish both of you all the joy our heavenly father brings to those who place their trust in him.

Reverend parks: At this time, william and mackenzie would like to say a few words to each other.

Billy: Well, mac, this is it. We're about to become huhusband and wife. It almost seems like a dream, doesn't it? But I know this has to be for real because I've never been this happy in my life.

Mac: I feel the same way.

Billy: You're so beautiful. I must be the luckiest guy on earth.

Mac: I'm the lucky one. Billy, you will never know what you've brought to my life. I never used to believe in happy endings. I didn't have any reason to, until I found you. You have opened up a whole new world to me. You've shown me what it means to love... and to be loved.

Billy: It's only because of you. You've changed me, mac. You made me the person that I am today. You bring out the best in me. You make me feel so... so alive. When we're together, I feel like anything is possible, like I can do anything, be anyone. You have so much faith in me, even when I don't have faith in myself. That's the kind of person you are. You always see the good in people. We're gonna have a wonderful life. I know it won't always be sysy. I know I'll make mistakes... but I promise to love you with all of my heart. I will cherish you, mackenzie, today and always.

Phyllis: Well, kiss her. Kiss her. Kiss her.

Reverend parks: We're not quite to that point just yet.

Phyllis: Okay.

Reverend parks: Shall i continue?

>>Ohn: You okay?

Jill: I always knew there was something wrong with that relationship. Nobody would listen to me.

John: They will now.

Jill: Oh, lord, how am I gonna tell them?

John: Jill, just straight out. Tell them the truth.

Jill: I feel sick.

John: What?

Jill: Stop the car. I can't do this.

John: Jill, this has to be done.

Jill: Oh, take it easy.

John: Now I will handle the driving. You just think about what you're going to say.

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Jill: John, can't you drive any faster?

John: Jill, I am doing the best I can.

Jill: What the hell?

John: That's great.

Jill: Move that thing!

John: Jill, he's got nowhere to go. Damn. We're gonna have to go around the country club.

Jill: That's at least 10 miles. The wedding will be over. They'll be sweeping up the confetti. You know what? It is not that far as the crow flies. I can go on foot, and you can meet me there.

John: All right, go, go.

Jill: Okay.

Reverend parks: William, do you take mackenzie to be your wife? Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect her, forsaking all others, keep only unto her, as long as you both shall live?

Billy: I do.

Reverend parks: Mackenzie, do you take william to be your husband? Do you promise to love, honor, cherish and protect him, forsaking all others, keep only to her, as long as you both shall live?

Mac: I do.

Reverend parks: Will you now repeat your vows, each to the other?

Billy: I, william, take thee, mackenzie, to be my wife, to have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or for poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part.

Mac: I, mackenzie, take thee, william, to be my husband, to have and to hold, for better or for worse for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health, till death do us part.

Reverend parks: Do you have the rings?

Paul: Lynne, take it easy. I am sure my mother's going to be ticked off when the restraining order arrives, but, you know, she can join the club. We're all pretty angry.

Lynne: This goes way beyond anger, boss.

Paul: What do you mean?

Lynne: Your mom was here earlier.

Paul: I know. I talked to her.

Lynne: No, I mean after that. She came back, anshshe was a mess. I have never seen her that stressed out.

Paul: Did she say w?

Lynne: Yeah, it sounded like she'd seen isabella. Damn that woman! No matter where we turn, she's there, and something has to be done.

Paul: Like what?

Lynne: I don't know. I mean, it's bad enough that she's delaying your divorce, but now-now with these restraining orders, it's like she's baiting you, paul. She's sticking in the knife, and she's twisting it...

Paul: Yeah, all right. I know, I know, I know.

Lynne: And something has to be done.

Paul: She's pushed us all too far, but right now I'm more worried about my mom. I should have been there when that restraining order arrived. I could have been there. I could have talked to her. I could have softened the blow.

Lynne: You know, maybe it hast been served yet.

Paul: You're right. I think I'm gonna call over there, and if it hasn't been served, at least I can prepare her. (Telephone rings) (ring)

Chris: Hello.

Paul: Chris? What are you doing there? We've been calling all over trying to find you.

Chris: I stopped by to check on your mom.

Paul: Did she get the restraining order?

Chris: Yes, she did.

Paul: And how is she taking it?

Chris: Not well.You probably won't believe this, but your mother's been drinking.

Paul: She's been drinking? She never touches alcohol.

Chris: Well, she's in pretty rocky shape.

Paul: How about you? Are you okay?

Chris: No, paul, I'm not okay. This keeps getting worse. This has to end. It has to.

Paul: All right, listen, I want you to hang on. I'll be right there.

Lynne: Did I hear you say your mom's been drinking?

Paul: No, you're right, lynne. She's losing it. I gotta get over there.

Lynne: Well, paul, I knew she was upset, but this is obviously worse than I thought.

Paul: You know something? If anything happens to her, I swear isabella is gonna pay.

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Jill: Ahh!

Jill: Wait! Come back! Billy! Billy!

Diane: Look, michael, no offense, but I didn't come by to listen to you vent. I saw isabella again today-- don't cut me off. I'm really worried about her.

Michael: Oh, diane, how many times are you gonna walk into this office and sing that same sad tune?

Diane: As many times as it takes to make you listen.

Michael: I listened, I listened. I went over there myself.

Diane: And you saw how christine's been harassing her. I understand you walked in on the two of them.

Michael: Yes, yes, so I went out and got a passel of restraining orders. Hell, I restrained anything that wasn't tied down, and I thought that might reassure our neurotic little friend, but no.

Diane: Why do you refuse to take this seriously? Isabella's whole life is spinning out of control.

Michael: All right, maybe things will settle down once these papers are served.

Diane: Michael, I'm telling you, it might be too late.

Michael: Too late for what? What the hell are you talking about?

Diane: Because she's actually considering giving up and granting paul his divorce.

Michael: That's great! That might be the best thing for her.

Diane: No, no, don't you understand? R r isabella to think that, let alone say it, her family is everything, it's her life, and--and breaking it up is the last thing she wants to do. You know what? She wouldn't even contemplate giving up if she weren't scared out of her mind.

Michael: Oh, that again--

Diane: Yes, that again.

Michael: You know isabella is all about the drama.

Diane: And I thought she was overreacting, too, but not anymore, not after seeing firsthand how these people are after her. It's a constant harangue. I'm telling you, I couldn't take it. I don't know what I would do.

Michael: When did you get so empathetic?

Diane: Look, I know what it's like to feel persecuted... and to have people want to rob me of something precious, okay? So right now isabella is over there feeling very broken down and very alone.

Michael: And I'm supposed to do what about this? Why are you telling me this, exac ly?

Diane: What, so, uh, gee, screw isabella? She's not worth your pity?

Michael: Fine, I pity her. Do you feel better?

Diane: Damn it, michael, I don't know what we can do, okay? I just thought I'd come by and try to rally a little support for the woman. I thought we both cared, or am I wrong?

Phyllis: Exactly, no, and then it's gone, of course. You think they caught it.

Larry: They caught it.

Phyllis: Well, that was the quickest sip of champagne that I've ever seen.

Lauren: That's the truth. The bride cut the cake, went out the front door in one clean gesture.

Jack: Wait, let's give these kids a break. They saved themselves. When you wait until you get married...

Phyllis: You don't want to wait too long after you get married.

Jack: Amen.

Lauren: Uh-huh.

Jack: Sor, brock. I don't mean to be insensitive.

Brock: No, jack, that's every father's little issue to deal with, his little girl going off with some punk kid...

Jack: Some punk kid?

Phyllis: Yikes.

Jack: You know, your daughter could do a whole lot worse than my d d brother.

Brock: Yeah, a whole lot worse. Jack, I'm happy for 'em.

Esther: There's more cake.

Jill: I need a car! I need a car! Somebody lend me a car.

Jack: What do you mean, you need a car? Why?

Jill: Never mind why. Damn it! Come on! I need to catch up with billy and mackenzie.

Larry: Jill, I'll give you a ride.

Raul: No, hold on. Why do you need to catch up to them?

Jill: Never mind. It's none of your business. Come on, larry.

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Michael: I care.

Diane: You sure don't act like it.

Michael: Well, you know, I'm tired of being the bad guy, you know, the nasty attorney, and for what? My $1.90 so I can go to the courthouse and get all the restraining orders I want. Whoop-dee-do. Meanwhile, every lunatic in the asylum comes in here and yells at me.

Diane: All right, all right, I know what you can do. You can talk to christine because she is the one that isabella is really terrified of.

Michael: That's such a load of hooey. Christine wouldn't hurt a fly.

Diane: Well, maybe you think that, and I think that--

Michael: We think that because we're not hysterical. Isabella is juining at her own shadow. (Telephone rings)

Michael: Excuse me. (Ring)

Michael: Baldwin.

Isabella: Michael.

Michael: Isabella, what do you want?

Isabella: Look, I'm sorry to bother you, but I'm really scared.

Michael: Of wha

Isabella: I heard a noise outside in the hall, and I think someone is trying to break in.

Michael: Did you ask the doorman to look?

Isabella: Yeah, he wasn't there. So I got up the nerve to check myself.

Michael: And was anyone there?

Isabella: No, but, michael, somebody could be.

Michael: All right, you know what, you know what? You run like a bunny and bolt the door, then you jump into bed and you pull those blankets over your head.

Isabella: This isn't funny! I am freaking out over here.

Michael: All right, just calm down then.

Isabella: I need you, okay? If someone is trying to get in to hm m me--

Michael: All right, no one's gonna hurt you. You're not in any danger. The restraining orders should have been served by now, okay?

Isabella: Michael, will you just come over here, please? I would feel a lot safer if a man was here. Please. If you were any kind of friend, you would come over.

Michael: Okay, l l right, okay. I'm on my way.

Diane: Do you want me to go with you?

Michael: No, no, no, no. Why spoil all my fun of watching her come unglued? Excuse me.

Jill: Raul, just stay out of this. Larry, please, let's go.

Larry: Jill, come on. I mean, raul is right. Billy and mac-- they just got married.

Jill: Oh, my god, they shouldn't have.

Larry: Baby, please.

Lauren: Jill, jt t let it go.

Jack: Yes, really.

Esther: Jill, you really are--

Phyllis: A freak.

Raul: I'm not letting you go anywhere.

Jill: Mind your own business, raul.

Raul: Billy and mackenzie are married. There's nothing you can do about it. Just get over yourself, lady!

Brock: Easy there, raul.

Raul: No, damn it! She has done everything she could to try and ruin this for them, and it's time to stop.

Jill: There is a reason, okay? I have a reason. I can't--

Raul: You've always had a reason. You just don't like mac. Well, we all do. We all love her, and she deserves to have you off her back already.

Jack: Let's be nice here. Jill, jill, raul has a point. You need to slow down. Come have a glass of champagne.

Jill: Jk,k, come here. That's not what this is about. This is not about being a bitchy mother. This is crucial. This is deadly serious. I have to go to where they are. I have to tell them something.

Jack: Jill, it can wait till tomorrow.

Jill: No, jack, it cannot wait.

Jack: Have a glass of cham--

Jill: Come on, larry.

John: Jill, where are the kids? Jill, what are you doing

Raul: Would somebody stop her, please? You know, this is ridiculous.

Larry: She's gonna do what she's gonna do.

Mac: (Laughs) billy, I know. You didn't have to carry me.

Billy: It's tradition.

Mac: But all the way from the lobby?

Billy: Well, is there something wrong with wanting to hold my bride all I can?

Mac: No.

Bellhop: Will you be needing anything else?

Billy: Uh, no. I think that'll do it. Thank you.

Bellhop: Shall I place the "do not disturb" sign on the door and ask the front desk to hold all calls?

Billy: Definitely.

Bellhop: Very good. Enjoy yourselves, and congratulations, mr. And mrs. Abbott.

Billy: Thank you.

Machehe called me mrs. Abbott.

Billy: That's your name, isn't it?

Mac: I guess it is, mr. Abbott.

Mac: Billy, can you believe this? We're married.

Billy: Yeah. Well, I got that, what, with the vows and the rings and being here in the honeymoon suite.

Mac: (Laughs) this place is amazing. Are these from you? Billy.

Billy: Uh, no, I didn't send it. Who did?

Mac: Your mom and dad.

Billy: So they don't show up at the wedding and think a bunch of flowers is gonna make up for it.

Mac: Hey, it's something.

Billy: Yeah. Well, not enough after the stunt they pulled.

Mac: Don't worry about them, at least not right now.

Billy: You don't have to ask me twice.

Mac: So do you feel any different than you did a few hours ago?

Billy: Actually, I do. I can't really describe it. I mean, I'm happier, I'm definitely happier, but it's more than that.

Mac: It's like we're together for real. You know, not like it wasn't real before, but--

Billy: It's official.

Mac: It's forever, which we've known for a long time.

Billy: But now everybody else does, too.

Billy: Where you going?

Mac: Not that I want to leave my handsome new husband for sesecond, but I'd like to take a bath, put on something else, something I bought especially for tonight. Think you could live without me for a little while?

Billy: Only a little.

Mac: Okay.

Mac: I love you, billy.

Billy: I love you. (Knock on door)

Billy: See the "do not disturb" sign? Go away. (Knock) (knock)

Jill: Billy, listen to me.

Billy: No, no, mom, no.

Jill: Billy, yes. We have to talk.

Billy: No!

Jill: Yes! Billy, this marriage is over. I'm sorry. (Doorbell rings) (ring)

Michael: Come on, isabella, I don't have...

Michael: Isabella, are you here? Hey. Isabella?

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