Thursday Y&R Transcript 1/29/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 1/29/04--Canada; Friday 1/30/04--USA

BY Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nikki: You're right. Your demons are staring you in the face, and this is the main one right here. How could you let this happen? How could you let this take over your life again?

Kay: I don't know. I don't know, Nikki. It just happened.

Nikki: After all the years that you have fought and won? Why? And don't tell me that you're weak. You are the strongest woman I've ever known.

Kay: 20 years of sobriety, and to think I...I found it in a day. One day I found the strength to take control of my life, and then it ended just as quickly. One day... one day that str--that strength was no longer there.

Nikki: Okay. I'm sorry I yelled at you. Look, this is... this is just a setback, okay? There's no reason to look at this as the end of the world.

Kay: Oh, God. You sound exactly like Jill. Come on, you know as well as I do, when one has been sober for so long and they let go of that... I mean, my--my God, it's a defeat that is overwhelming. And you forgot how powerful that temptation can be because you've held it at bay for so long. And then when it works its way back into your life, it...

Nikki: Then you just face it, Katherine. You face it, and you accept responsibility, and you get your life back.

Kay: Just like that. Just like that, Nikki. As if it were that simple.


Arthur: So you're Katherineís daughter?

Jill: You're surprised.

Arthur: Well, I didn't realize she had a daughter.

Jill: Yeah, she has a daughter.

Arthur: So Brock is your brother.

Jill: You know Brock?

Arthur: Well, not since he was a little boy, a very little boy. And at the time, he was quite a holy terror.

Jill: (Laughs)

Arthur: Now why is that so funny?

Jill: Oh, I don't know. If you knew Brock today, uh, he's hardly the kind of a man that you'd think would have been a troublemaker.

Arthur: So you must be a little younger than Brock.

Jill: A little bit, yeah. How did you know that? How well did you know my mother?


Jack: Some coffee, a drink?

Nick: No, I'm cool. I'm just heading to the airport. Got a couple of meetings in Chicago tonight and tomorrow.

Jack: When you called, you said you'd heard from your contacts at the courthouse.

Nick: Yeah. The judge accepted dad's new plea-- guilty of all state charges.

Jack: Then it won't be heard in federal court?

Nick: I don't think so. It's all over but the sentencing.

Jack: Done. Guilty. The great Victor Newman, convicted in court for the crook he is. As if there was ever any doubt.


(Doorbell rings)

Dru: So our R&D genius is home.

Damon: What is it, Dru?

Dru: Now you're a southern man. Aren't you gonna invite me in? Thank you. Thank you. You know, um, I looked all over the lab for you, couldn't find you.

Damon: Well, as you obviously discovered, I wasn't there.

Dru: Yes, um, you okay?

Damon: Yes, I'm fine. Why do you ask?

Dru: Well, I'm-- I'm just getting a vibe that I'm not welcome here.

Damon: Well, after youíre divulging details of Jabot's secret project, you can't truly expect me to be thrilled to see you, now can you?

Dru: Now you know I had to divulge the details to my husband in order to get back the orchids. It was very necessary.

Damon: Mm-hmm. So you seem to believe.

Dru: So I know. Now that's water under the bridge, right? Phyllis is coming back today with the orchids. They're coming home to roost.


Neil: Hey, can I get a water, please?

Vanessa: Neil.

Neil: Vanessa. How are you doing?

Vanessa: How do you think I'm doing after the bombshell your wife dropped on us?

Neil: Oh, you mean our little deal.

Vanessa: "Little" is not exactly the word I'd use. You have no business pulling a stunt like that, Neil.

Neil: Well-- thanks. You know, that's where I disagree. I had something that you folks at Jabot wanted-- an in with Phyllis, a way to get you an orchid back.

Vanessa: So where's the orchid then? I mean, when exactly do we get it? Or don't you know?

Neil: Today. Phyllis gets back with it today.

Vanessa: Really, today? Can you guarantee that? I didn't think so.


(Knock on door)

Sharon: (Whispers) oh, the police.

Sharon: Oh, no, no, no, no. Not you. Not you. Not today.

Grace: Sharon--

Sharon: Grace, turn around, get in your car and drive away from here and don't come back!


Nick: So how do you feel?

Jack: Oh, somewhere between jubilant and angry as hell. Your father left a lot of victims in his wake.

Nick: Well, justice was done, Jack.

Jack: Once I hear the sentence, I'll agree to that.

Nick: Being publicly disgraced, having his name dragged down like that, that hurts my Dad worse than any punishment any court could hand out.

Jack: Don't forget there's gonna be a civil suit, too.

Nick: Jabot's gonna really stick it to us, huh?

Jack: Seems only fair.

Nick: Well, just don't go crazy, all right?

Jack: Too bad no one was whispering that in your old man's ear. This whole disaster could have been avoided.

Nick: Well, I just wanted to stop by here and let you know where things stand.

Jack: I want you to know I appreciate that. I will pass this on to my family.

Nick: Do that.

Jack: You have a safe trip. I'll walk you out.

Nick: All right. Hey, before I go, did you read the paper today?

Jack: Glanced at it, yeah, why?

Nick: Big front-page article on Cameron Kirsten...

Jack: Yeah, hell of a thing. Just disappeared?

Nick: Yeah, I guess so. I was wondering if maybe you knew anything about it.


Damon: I wish I could be as certain as you are, Dru.

Dru: Listen, I have every confidence in my husband. He will keep up his end of the bargain.

Damon: Hope springs eternal with you, don't it?

Dru: Yeah. Yeah. You know what? You know, I figured you'd still be upset with me, and I brought you a peace offering. Eh?

Damon: That's tea.

Dru: It's not just any old tea. This is calming tea to mellow you out.

Damon: You think I need mellowing?

Dru: It couldn't hurt.

Damon: I'll tell you what; I'll feel a whole lot better when I have one of those orchids in my hands.

Dru: Why all the doom and gloom, man? When you get your hands on one of those orchids and you get back in the lab, everything's gonna be fabulous again.


Neil: I know Phyllis. She'll come through.

Vanessa: You're bluffing, Neil. You can't possibly know that. Besides, I'm sure you've already passed along your secret to the people in R&D.

Neil: Oh, no, not true. That's part of the deal. I don't pass along any information to anyone, not until you have your orchid back.

Vanessa: Oh, well, and they say chivalry is dead. You're missing the point, Neil. You and Drucilla had no right to make any deal regarding my discovery. So you better pray that you can get through to Phyllis, because if you don't, trust me, your wife's days at Jabot are numbered.


Nikki: All right. I made us something to eat.

Kay: Nikki, I'm not hungry.

Nikki: I don't care if you're hungry, you're eating.

Kay: Oh, God, you can be so bossy.

Nikki: Well, if you're not gonna be responsible for yourself, somebody has to be. Now here. Eat.

Kay: What kind is it?

Nikki: Katherine, it doesn't matter. There were not a lot of choices in the refrigerator. Please.

Kay: Well, it's Jillís refrigerator. Whatever is here, she bought. I... Nikki, please. I just... I want to go back to the hotel.

Nikki: Alone, in this condition? I don't think so.

Kay: I'm not gonna have you stay by my side and baby-sit me when you have so much going on with your family.

Nikki: Katherine, do you understand that you are my family? You have been more like a mother to me than anybody. And you're the only member of my family that maybe I can help right now. Don't you understand? I am not gonna sit by quietly and watch you destroy your life. That is not gonna happen. Do you understand?

Nikki: I love you.


Arthur: You asked before if I would help Katherine. Now what is it you feel I could do?

Jill: I'm not sure. I just... I just sensed so much positive energy between the two of you.

Arthur: It's like that sometimes with old friends. They bring you back to a different point in time.

Jill: Is that the way it was when you saw Katherine?

Arthur: Yes, I believe it was. Seeing her, talking to her-- for a few moments there, it was as if all those years just faded away.

Jill: You really cared about her, didn't you?

Arthur: Katherine had a kind of vitality I had not experienced before. Yes, Jill, I cared for her, but that was a long time ago.

Jill: I'm curious, Arthur, what brings you back to Genoa City now?

Arthur: My wife died a couple of years ago.

Jill: Ah, so you're lonely?

Arthur: I've been assessing my life. You know, missed opportunities.

Jill: And you came to see my mother. Oh, Arthur, you have no idea how perfect your timing is.


Jack: I'm not sure what you're asking me, Nick.

Nick: We were in the middle of a big negotiation. Cameron had mentioned to me in the past he had done some consulting work for Jabot.

Jack: Yeah, we hired his company to overhaul our computer systems in a couple of satellite offices. Smart guy.

Nick: Yeah, he is. So you worked with him directly?

Jack: I got him to sign the contract. After that, he was pretty much I.T.'S bailiwick.

Nick: But you did have contact with him?

Jack: Rarely. Why all the questions?

Nick: It's just very disturbing-- someone I spent a significant amount of time with suddenly turns up missing.

Jack: Well, I wish I could help you. To tell you the truth, I can't remember the last time I talked to him.

Nick: So you have no idea where he could be?

Jack: Afraid not. Look, if I hear anything, I'll give you a holler.

Nick: Hank Weberís handling the case.

Jack: Ah, yes, Mr. Relentless.

Nick: That's right. You and Phyllis...

Jack: Had our dealings with the good detective, yeah.

Nick: How you two doing, anyway?

Jack: Phyllis and me? You don't wanna know.

Nick: I'm sorry to hear that. All right, well, I better take off.

Jack: Listen; let me say it one more time. I do appreciate you coming by, keeping me filled in. It means a lot.

Nick: Well, if it's any consolation, I'm sure this is one of the worst days of Victor Newmanís life.

Jack: Consolation? Tell that to Ashley; tell it to Brad... and Robert, my little nephew who never made it.


Grace: Will you please stop haranguing me for no reason? I need to talk to you, and then I'll leave.

Sharon: No reason? No reason?!

Grace: Ancient history. Lighten up.

Sharon: You are the last person that I need to be dealing with today, the last person on the face of this earth.

Grace: From the way you're acting, I somehow doubt that.

Sharon: What do you want, Grace? Or do I already know?

Grace: Excuse me?

Sharon: Look, for you to even be in Genoa City, let alone on my doorstep, my God, could you be any more obvious?

Grace: Now how stupid would I have to be to come here looking for Nick in the middle of a workday?

Sharon: Who knows how your devious little mind works?

Grace: Well, I'd be happy to tell you if you'd shut up and let me get a word in.

Grace: First of all, Sharon, rest assured, I have no interest whatsoever in seducing your husband.

Sharon: Then what are you doing here, Grace? Why aren't you back in New York at your job?

Grace: Trust me, it has nothing to do with Nicholas.

Sharon: Trust you? You know, that's almost funny.

Grace: The reason I am no longer interested in him. I've met someone, a wonderful man I'm totally in love with.


Phyllis: Hey, sport, how ya doin'?

Neil: Hey, Phyllis. I-I was wondering when you'd show up.

Phyllis: Here I am in the flesh.

Neil: Unh, unh, unh, unh. You look a little empty-handed.

Phyllis: Oh, oh, yeah. Well, you didn't think I was going to schlep those orchids around Genoa City, did you?

Neil: I'm damn anxious to see them, yes.

Phyllis: Well, keep your pants on. Keep your pants on. They're not going anywhere, not right now anyway.

Neil: So, Phyllis, you want to tell me where those orchids are?

Phyllis: Um, not right now. For one thing, uh, (whispers) the walls have ears. (Normal voice) and for another... well, for another, I don't think you are the best company for my little beauties.

Neil: What the hell is that supposed to mean?

Phyllis: You know exactly what that means. You want me to go along with your little plan-- which I never agreed to, by the way-- and if I donít... if I don't, you will be in mucho, mucho hot water.

Neil: Hey, hey, hey, hey, there's more than one way to skin a cat. As a matter of fact, right now, I have our people working on getting one of those orchids.

Phyllis: Oh, I can see that's working for you by the panic on your face.

Neil: Timing, that's what we're talking about here, for everyone. So why don't you just come through, give back the orchids, and that way, you get to be the hero?

Phylli: Oh, that's sweet. That's really sweet. You talk a good game, but the truth is, your plan sucks, and not only for Newman.


Dru: I think I know why you're so ornery and cynical these days. Um, you know, I've always admired you for your positive energy. But you just haven't been yourself lately, and I think I know why. I think it's because of the girlfriend Vanessa.

Damon: Oh, no. Nonsense.

Dru: Oh, yes.

Damon: It ain't got the first thing to do with Vanessa. You know, I'll tell you what it is, though. You know what it is, Dru?

Dru: What?

Damon: It's the politics. Always, always, always-- I hate it!

Dru: Okay, we're talking about the vendetta between Victor and Jack.

Damon: Dru, do you remember how hard I tried to stay out of it? You remember? And they dragged me right in! Now how did that happen? When Vanessa--God bless her-- when she shows up with a new discovery, we all thought it might be the answer to Jabot's prayers. Then I find myself smack in the middle of this ridiculous orchid hunt. Traipsing, skipping, trotting out through the forest, trying to be the first one to lay my hands on it.

Dru: So you're human? So you're loyal? What's wrong with that?

Damon: Oh, it's just so old, Dru! We're sitting around here waiting on a flower.

Dru: Wait, hold on. How about you just meditate on it?

Damon: You know, that ain't as easy as it used to be either, finding that relaxed state. I'll tell you what, that bothers me as well.

Dru: We're in a very competitive business, I gotta tell you.

Damon: No, no! No, Dru. Healthy competition is one thing, this vengeance, vendetta-- that's something else entirely. It does such ugly things to us... myself included.

Dru: Perhaps I could restore your faith in humanity. Neil will come through for us. You just wait and see.


Sharon: You expect me to believe that you have actually moved on, and you've stopped obsessing over Nick?

Grace: Sharon, this person I'm involved with... if I sat down and wrote a list of everything I ever wanted in a man, he's it.

Sharon: Gee, um, does this paragon actually know that you exist, or is he just some fantasy, some unattainable guy, perhaps somebody else's husband?

Grace: If you're all finished... yes, it's mutual, very... almost from the first moment we laid eyes on each other. And, yes, he's single.

Sharon: Wonders never cease.

Grace: It's still pretty new. We met last fall when he was in New York on a business trip.

Sharon: So it's a long-distance thing.

Grace: Just makes it all the more intense when we finally reconnect.

Sharon: Please, spare me the sordid details of your sex life.

Grace: Like you said, "wonders never cease."

Sharon: Meaning?

Grace: Meaning it isn't part of our relationship.

Sharon: Yeah, right.

Grace: Seriously, we haven't made love yet.

Sharon: Keep him panting? Good strategy.

Grace: You know, for once, it isn't about strategy. It's the real thing, Sharon. He's the man I've been waiting for all my life. And we've been taking things slow because... well, to be honest, I'm so crazy about him, I can't even see straight. Once we do go to bed together... call it self-preservation.

Sharon: Why are you telling me this? It's not as if you and I are still best friends.

Grace: The reason I'm in town, Sharon, and the only reason, is because of this man I'm seeing.


Nikki: I want you to come to the ranch and stay with me. I insist on it.

Kay: Nikki, I am grown woman. Now you really can't force me to stay with you.

Nik: Well, look at this place-- it's a wreck, there's construction going on all the time, you're stuck here with Jill, who I think is responsible for you going back to alcohol. You gotta get out of here, and not to a hotel. You need companionship. You need to not be alone.

Kay: Ah, yes, I need companionship.

Nikki: You know I'm right.

Kay: Yes, that is the one thing that I do know. Companionship...

Nikki: Good.

Kay: Could mean so much to me.

Nikki: Great. Let's get outta here before Jill comes back.

Kay: I didn't mean with you, Nikki, as kind as your offer was.

Nikki: Well, what did you mean?

Kay: Well, I had a visit yesterday from someone that I haven't seen in well over 40 years. Ah, I... God, I feel so foolish saying this.

Nikki: What? What?

Kay: I felt a little excited seeing him again.

Kay: More than a little excited, actually.


Jill: My mother was very beautiful when you knew her, wasn't she?

Arthur: Yes, she was. I think she's still beautiful.

Jill: Oh, no, she is. I didn't mean that. I... just that I saw some old photographs of her recently. I'd never seen them before, and I never thought of Katherine that way, you know? I mean, she was gorgeous. She was movie-star gorgeous.

Arthur: Did you tell her that? Did you tell her how you felt?

Jill: As a matter of fact, yes, I did.

Arthur: Oh, that must have meant a lot to her.

Jill: I'm not sure.

Arthur: Jill, to have the admiration of your children, I think that must be something very special.

Jill: Do you have children?

Arthur: Not anymore. You said earlier that your mother started drinking again because of you. Now I find that very hard to believe.

Jill: Why?

Arthur: Well, you seem to have such deep feelings for her, such concern.

Jill: That's the way I seem to you?

Arthur: Yes. Some parents, when they get older, their children have no interest. The old people are only in the way. Well, clearly, that's not how you feel about your mother. The two of you must have a very strong bond.


Diane: Working at home, I see.

Jack: Yeah, yeah. Trying to stay away from the craziness of the office.

Diane: Any luck?

Jack: Not really. It's like a black cloud seems to follow me everywhere I go.

Diane: Then this is a bad time?

Jack: No, no. A friendly face who wants to talk about something other than the future of Jabot is a welcome distraction. So how's Kyle today?

Diane: Oh, he's great. Oh, he loves that talking robot that you gave him. He has to sleep with it right on the nightstand, next to the bed.

Jack: That's my boy.

Diane: Mm-hmm.

Diane: Well, you know that I could talk about Kyle for hours, but I didn't make an appointment with you to discuss family stuff.

Jack: Yeah, the sketches.

Diane: Have you had a chance to look at them?

Jack: I have. I think they're terrific. There are a couple of little things I'd like to talk about.

Diane: Well, then let's get down to work, shall we?


Neil: Phyllis, damn it, my proposal is a fair deal. Everyone gets something, all right? Maybe not all they want, but at least it's something. It's win-win.

Phyllis: Yeah, so you say, but let's think about this for a second, okay? Option one, your plan-- I give you the orchids, we give Jabot one back, in turn, we get the secret.

Neil: Yes! And we all start out on the same page. We level the playing field.

Phyllis: And you save your marriage.

Neil: So do you, but that's beside the point, okay? Because this deal is about what's fair.

Phyllis: That's right, what's fair, because right now, I have both the orchids, and I can do with them as I please, you know? I can give them to Newman Enterprises, which should make you very happy, only it doesn't really se--

Neil: No, no, no, no, because it's not fair.

Phyllis: Oh.

Neil: See, this right here would blow things apart forever with you and Jack. You really don't want that to happen, do you?

Phyllis: That's true. I don't want that to happen. I mean, what do I care about Newman Enterprises? I don't even work for them anymore. Which--which makes me wonder... Nicholas--how does he feel about all of this? Have you talked to him about it? Because it seems to me he wouldn't be too thrilled that you're giving Jabot the one thing they need to get ahead.

Neil: Don't play games with me, okay, Phyllis? You know damn well what Newman gets outta this.

Phyllis: Oh, that's right, that's right, the secret, the magical property of the neofinetias.

Neil: Yeah, the neofinetia, and I'm gonna tell you one more time, okay? This deal works because it's fair. Stacking the deck got Newman Enterprises in a world of mess. It almost pushed Jabot over the edge. This plan of mine is a chance to make amends.

Phyllis: You want to talk about leveling the playing field? How is Jabot, with their cash crunch, going to compete with Newman Enterprises? They have no money. Newman has all the money. If we have the secret, we can throw a bunch of cash in R&D. Let me... let me explain something to you. Let me explain something to you. We are not all as gullible as your little wife. Jabot needs a knock-out punch, and you're throwing them the towel.

Neil: No, that's not how it is, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Yes, it is. You sold your wife a bill of goods, you painted yourself into a corner, now you need Phyllis to bail you out, and if I don't do that, whoa-ho, you're not--

Neil: Okay, Phyllis, wait, no. What are you gonna do then?

Phyllis: You know, I thought about this. You know, um, if I'm smart-- if I were smart-- I would take these orchids, and I would find myself a sexy young chemist who's up for an adventure and find out what all this hoopla is about.

Neil: You can't be serious?

Phyllis: I can't, really? What do I have to risk? Oh, my marriage? Oh, well, that's already a disaster. My job? I don't even work here anymore. I have nothing to lose.

Neil: Well, I guess that depends on how much you love Jack, what your marriage means to you. If it means anything. I mean, maybe it doesnít.

Phyllis: This is not about me and my marriage. It is about you and your marriage. You need me to make good on this bargain of yours so you can score points with your wife. And if don't come through for you, you're gonna be in a hell of a bind, aren't you? I'm sorry. I-I feel really bad. I'd hate to be in your shoes right now.


Jack: Overall, though, I gotta say, these sketches are excellent.

Diane: Great. Well, I will incorporate your revisions before I go to blueprints.

Jack: Perfect.

Diane: Thanks. (Telephone rings)

Jack: I better get that. Hello. Jack Abbott. She has an appointment with the doctor today? No, no, Mrs. Abbott is not in town. Yeah, I'm afraid you'll have to reschedule. Well, I'll have her call to reschedule as soon as I see her. If I ever see her.

Diane: Still haven't heard from Phyllis?

Jack: Not a peep. Not a postcard, not a phone call, not an e-mail. For all I know, she's on the other side of the earth.

Diane: Well, I'm sure you'll hear something soon.

Jack: Oh, I wish I was as sure as you are. I can't deny I want to see her. I... well; we got a lot to talk about.

Diane: Any idea what you're going to say?

Jack: Not really.

Diane: Jack, the last time we talked, I asked you to figure out what you really wanted... from Phyllis, from me.

Jack: I still don't have any answers.

Diane: I think you do.

Jack: Why do you say that?

Diane: Well, because it's obvious that you're still vulnerable to Phyllis. You're not... you're not ready to make a decision about your marriage. You're not even sure you want out. Come on, Jack. Just tell me the truth. I realize that you haven't made me any promises.

Jack: Look, I don't want to hurt you.

Diane: I know that. I know. And you never said that we were anything more than good friends. I mean, yeah, we shared that kiss, and I promised myself that I wouldn't read anything into it, but...

Jack: Go ahead. But what?

Diane: Well, I just think about how close we've become again. And I guess I want to believe that it might be leading to something.

Jack: Sugar, look--

Diane: Jack, I just... I just need you to tell me that I'm kidding myself. I just need you to say the words.


Nikki: So tell me about this gentleman caller.

Kay: See, I knew I shouldn't have opened my mouth.

Nikki: Of course you should have. I think it's wonderful. Katherine, you might have a man in your life again.

Kay: Nikki, come on. For heaven's sakes now, please don't get ahead of yourself. It was only a visit. I don't even know if he's still in town.

Nikki: You don't know that he's not, and I think you're hoping he is.

Kay: My God, there's no point in trying to keep anything from you.

Nikki: Tell me about him. Tell me everything about him.

Kay: He was handsome. He's very distinguished. And he's a federal judge in Seattle.

Nikki: Mmm. And tell me again what he was doing here?

Kay: Well, I'm not sure. Uh, I'm not sure if he was here on a business trip or what. He simply said that he wanted to pay me this visit for years.

Nikki: Wow. That sounds serious. He must have been very important to you at one time.

Kay: Yes, he was. Very much.

Kay: Nikki, I haven't told this to anyone, not even to him. Arthur Hendricks is Jillís father.

Nikki: He is?

Kay: Yes. But he has no idea. My God, he... he left town not even knowing that I was pregnant.

Nikki: And--and you still haven't told him?

Kay: And I don't know if I'm going to. Isn't it ironic that he would show up here now?

Nikki: No, no, Katherine, this is beyond irony. Don't you see? This is meant to be. This is your destiny.


Jill: So you think my mother and I have a strong bond?

Arthur: How would I know? I just met you. I just learned that Katherine has a daughter I was never aware of. But the fact is, you seem so loving, so concerned.

Jill: Oh, I am very concerned. That's why I'm so interested in your perspective as a newcomer.

Arthur: Well, how do you mean?

Jill: Katherine and I have quite a history.

Arthur: Well, that's true of most mothers and daughters, isn't it?

Jill: Oh, trust me, we are different.

Arthur: Ah. So you're Brockís younger sister. I'll bet you were the apple of your father's eye, weren't you? Gary must have loved having a daughter.

Jill: That's not quite the way it was.

Arthur: It's not?

Jill: You see, Arthur, I was adopted.

Arthur: Oh, I see. You're Katherineís adopted daughter.

Jill: No, no, not by Katherine, by another family.

Arthur: I'm afraid you've lost me.

Jill: I was raised in a very loving family by a wonderful woman. We were very poor, and last year she told me something that I had never known, that I was an adopted child. And then months later, I finally found out the whole truth, that I was Katherine Chancellor's illegitimate daughter.


Jack: As bad as things look for Phyllis and me, there's a part of me that can't give up hope.

Diane: It's never easy, letting go of someone that you love.

Jack: It's a marriage. It's the biggest commitment two people can make.

Diane: For better or worse.

Jack: You understand? I can't just walk away from it, not without at least trying to fix it.

Diane: The last time we talked, you didn't even think that was possible.

Jack: Look, I don't even know if it is possible now. I... a lot of trust has been broken. I don't know if we can ever get that back.

Diane: But you still love her?

Jack: What we had was magical. If there was a chance we could have that back...

Diane: Okay, say no more. I respect your loyalty.

Jack: If I led you on in any way, I'm sorry.

Diane: No, you didnít. You didnít. I just wanted to believe that there was something there.

Jack: There is something there. We share a son. You have been a wonderful friend to me lately. There will always be something between us.

Diane: I appreciate your honesty, Jack. And if Phyllis is truly the woman that you want, then you need to fight like hell to make it happen.

Jack: I know that wasn't easy for you to say. Thank you.

Diane: Yeah.

Jack: Thank you.

Diane: Mm-hmm.


Sharon: Sorry, Grace. You're gonna have to explain that one.

Grace: I can understand why it would be confusing that I'm in Genoa City because of a man I'm seeing. Believe me; I'm as thrown as anyone.

Sharon: You made it sound like everything was going great.

Grace: It was it is. Except... something's wrong... horribly wrong.

Sharon: Well, why couldn't you have handled it from New York?

Grace: Because it happened here, Sharon.

Sharon: What happened? Will you please stop talking in riddles?

Grace: He was in town doing a business deal, with Nicholas, in fact. And then he just disappeared off the face of the earth.

Sharon: He, uh, disappeared?

Grace: I've... I've been worried sick. And then I heard the police were involved, starting to investigate.

Sharon: Oh, wait, wait. This man that you say you're in love with, who is he, what is his name?

Grace: Cameron Kirsten.


Next on "The Young and the Restless"...

Dru: So where is it? Show me the orchid. You know, the one that Phyllis brought.


Brad: Victor will be here soon. I'm telling Victor he's Abbyís father.

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