Wednesday Y&R Transcript 2/4/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 2/4/04--Canada; Thursday 2/5/04

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Man: Hey, you, lady. What do you think you're up to?

Sharon: N-nothing. Uh, I was just leaving.

Man: That's what they all say.

Sharon: No, uh, really. I'm going, I'm going.

Man: Stop right there. I want to know what you're up to.

Sharon: I'm-- I'm not up to anything. Uh, so if you don't mind...

Man: Wait a minute. Don't I know you from somewhere?


Nikki: I wondered when you would be home. I'm glad you're here.

Victor: I wasn't sure if you wanted to see me.

Nikki: Why would you say that? There were no surprises, were there?

Victor: Mnh-mnh. Nothing happened we didn't expect. Well, except one thing.

Nikki: What do you mean?

Victor: In the middle of the court proceedings, the federal prosecutor walked in and asked the judge to please not allow me to plead guilty.

Nikki: Why?

Victor: Apparently, he wanted my hide. Seems the feds want to make an example of me.

Nikki: But the judge did take your plea, right?

Victor: Mm-hmm. I have to see a probation officer. He will make his recommendation, and then I go back to court for sentencing.

Nikki: Are you okay? How are you handling it?

Victor: Want to know the truth? If it was my son's goal to humiliate me, make me feel stupid and foolish, then he accomplished that goal.

Nikki: Victor, I think he's probably more interested in seeing some remorse.

Victor: Oh, come on. Who is that young punk, to see remorse from his father? For what? For doing something that every businessman does every day all across the world? That righteous little boy? The only remorse I feel is the pain and anguish that I have caused Ashley.


Brad: That's not what I expected you to say.

Ashley: It isn't?

Brad: No. No, I didn't realize this would be about Abby.

Ashley: Secrets are poisonous. I've never been more aware of that.

Brad: So you really feel it's time that Victor knows the truth about Abby’s paternity?

Ashley: I have to tell him for my own sanity. I hope that doesn't upset you.

Brad: This involves other people, Ash.

Ashley: I know.

Brad: This could weigh very heavy on Nikki and Victor's marriage. Especially now, with everything going on in Victor's life.

Ashley: Look, I don't want to make things more difficult. I really don’t. But I can't go on the way I've been.

Brad: No. No, you can’t.

Brad: Ash, this is such a miracle, seeing you like this, listening to you talk this way.

Brad: I want you to know that whatever it means for me, I would never do anything to hold you back.

Brad: So if you feel the time has come, I won't stand in your way.


Anita: Damn you, Marsino! You're the one who should be in the hospital, not my daughter!

Frederick: Anita! Anita!

Raul: Please! This isn't helping Brittany.

Nurse: Stop this now! Please, all of you, out of here.

Frederick: I'm sorry. We're just under a lot of stress. It won't happen again, nurse.

Bobby: Listen, Mrs. Hodges, if I could make it be me in there instead of your daughter, I'd do it in a second. If I could make time go backwards--

Anita: Spare me your apologies. The time to do the right thing was before the damage was done.

Bobby: How would I have known?

Anita: You know, I don't want to hear it. Your pitiful excuses don't help my daughter.

Raul: You know, I can't believe you people. All you can think about is whose fault this is. Can we not think about that right now? How 'bout we let the cops handle that.

Anita: Dr. Winters.

Olivia: The duty nurse told me that there's a problem.

Frederick: No, we're just tense. How's Brittany?

Olivia: I just talked to her. She wants to see her mother.

Anita: I know. I won't upset her. Could you lead the way, please?


Diane: Drowning your troubles?

Dru: Let's just say I'm trying to take the edge off of a very hard day.

Diane: Is it working?

Dru: Helps.

Diane: Excuse me. I'll have one of whatever she's having.

Dru: You too, huh?

Diane: Yeah.


(Knock on door)

Jack: Hi.

Phyllis: Hi. Come in.

Jack: I was kind of surprised when you called and asked me to come over.

Phyllis: Yeah, well, I thought that we should talk.

Jack: Guess I figured we'd said all we had to say.

Phyllis: Well, not really. I mean, my homecoming wasn't exactly what I hoped for.

Jack: It wasn't what I'd hoped for either. Boy, we got quite a mess here.

Phyllis: Yeah. I don't think this can go on any longer.

Jack: If you're about to ask me for a divorce, there are steps we can--

Phyllis: Wait a second. Who said anything about a divorce?

Phyllis: The orchid you so desperately wanted... it's yours. I'm giving it back.


Anita: Hi, sweetheart.

Brittany: Mom? You're here.

Anita: Of course I'm here.

Brittany: I'm so sorry you had to come back from Houston.

Anita: Oh, don't be silly. That doesn't matter. How do you feel?

Brittany: I'm a little woozy. My hands were burned.

Anita: I know.

Brittany: They hurt when the painkillers start to wear off-- my hands and my face.

Anita: Does that hurt your face?

Brittany: A little. Raul said that there's a big bruise there, but they've already changed my dressing a couple of times. That's a little weird just for a bruise, isn't it?

Anita: Well, it's a little bit more than that.

Brittany: What do you mean?

Anita: Well, the electricity burned you there as well.

Brittany: But Raul said that it--

Anita: Oh, Raul just didn't want to worry you, you know?

Brittany: How bad?

Anita: Not too bad, I don't think.

Brittany: Worse than my hands?

Anita: The doctor said it was different.

Brittany: Mom...

Anita: Honey, I don't know.

Brittany: Oh, my God. Am I... am I gonna look different?


Man: You look kind of familiar. Step over here so I can see you.

Sharon: I'm sure you're mistaken.

Man: Nah, I'm real good with faces, especially one like yours.

Sharon: Look, I don't have time for this.

Man: Make time.

Sharon: I beg your pardon?

Man: You're not checked in. That means you're trespassing. Either that or you're working the place. Last thing you want is my calling the cops. Have to reschedule all your "dates."

Sharon: Look, what do you want? Will 20 bucks get you off my case?

Man: Hate to cut into the profits.

Sharon: $50. Come on. I have people waiting.

Man: I'll bet you do. I'll bet you're a real popular girl. So how about it? How about a little sample instead of the cash?


Nikki: Why would you bring up Ashley now?

Victor: Because I was with her a short while ago.

Nikki: Why do you do things like that? Aren't our lives complicated enough?

Victor: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. Hold your horses, all right? Brad Carlton called me, asked me to come over.

Nikki: He did?

Victor: Well, you don't think I'd go there uninvited, do you? I know I'm not a welcome guest in that house.

Nikki: What did he want?

Victor: He asked me to try to help him get his wife out of her depression; make her see reality... which I did.

Nikki: So you helped her.

Victor: Yeah, we talked.

Nikki: You actually had a conversation? I mean, how did that happen?

Victor: Evidently, my presence... brings her out of her depression and makes her accept certain reality.

Nikki: What reality? What are you talking about?

Victor: That her baby died... and that life goes on and that her daughter needs her and other people need her.

Nikki: Is that the real reason why you went to see her today, because you're one of those people who needs her?


Brad: So you want to tell Victor.

Ashley: It's not what I want, it's what has to be.

Brad: And you've thought this through, all the ramifications?

Ashley: I can't let that stop me, Brad. I'm thinking about my sanity.

Brad: Okay, I understand that. But I'm not sure that Nikki will.

Ashley: I don't care about Nikki. If she doesn't feel that her marriage is strong enough to handle the truth, then I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but it can't be helped.

Brad: Ash, their lives are in a real mess right now.

Ashley: Because of Victor's legal problems.

Brad: You know about that? You remember?

Ashley: Yes. I can't believe what he did.

Brad: Oh, he did it. He committed a crime in order to destroy us.

Ashley: I don't know what he was thinking.

Brad: Well, that's simple. He was thinking about how much he hates your brother, your husband, your family. How much he wanted... (sighs)

Ashley: Brad, I don't want to hurt anyone. I just can't go on living a lie. Can you understand that?

Brad: In my head, I can understand it. In my heart, I'm worried about the fallout.

Ashley: Victor can't hurt me now.

Brad: Ash, to tell you the truth, it's not you I'm worried about right now. It's the rest of us.


Diane: Thanks.

Dru: So, uh, you wanna talk about it?

Diane: What?

Dru: What? Man trouble, that's what.

Diane: Woman.

Dru: Ooh. Oh, are we talking about the redhead?

Diane: Good guess.

Dru: Talking about the two orchids, right?

Diane: Wow. You must be psychic.

Dru: Well, it's on everyone's minds. Besides, no one knows where the damn things are.

Diane: I do.

Dru: Have you seen Phyllis?

Diane: Mm-hmm. A little while ago. I just left her hotel suite.

Dru: No kidding? So she's definitely back.

Diane: Oh, she's back and bitchy as ever.

Dru: Well, yeah, yeah. Um, listen, not to be nosy, have, um, have you noticed if she had both of the orchids?

Diane: Mnh-mnh. She only has one now. I, however, managed to abscond with the second one.

Dru: Really?

Diane: Mm-hmm.

Dru: And you're planning on giving it to Jack, I hope.

Diane: No. I'm keeping it for myself. Phyllis is going to give the other one to Jack.

Dru: How can you be sure? You know, they're having big issues, problems.

Diane: Well, I think I convinced her that it will help save her marriage.

Dru: And Jabot. But, um, how can you be sure that she'll give the orchid back?

Diane: Well, if she's smart, she will. Although, it'll probably kill any chance I have with Jack.

Dru: Stop the presses. Stop the... are you telling me that you're helping Phyllis?

Diane: It's a long story.

Dru: I guess so. This is unprecedented, Diane. Are you going soft? (Laughs)

Diane: What can I say, Drucilla? I mean, Jack obviously loves Phyllis, though damned if I can understand why.

Dru: Me neither. You know what? I still don't see Phyllis giving back that orchid.

Diane: Why, because of her loyalty to Newman Enterprises?

Dru: She's trying to score brownie points with the dark side, even though, technically speaking, you know, she still doesn't work for them.

Diane: Mm-hmm. Well, her loss then. Might open the door for me.

Dru: Speaking of you, speaking of you, would you like another drink?

Diane: I'm--I'm okay.

Dru: Okay. Um, what are your plans for the orchid?

Diane: I haven't decided yet.

Dru: I have a great idea.

Diane: Oh, what's that?

Dru: How about if you give the orchid to me?


Jack: Honest to God, I don't know what to say.

Phyllis: "Thank you" would be nice.

Jack: "Thank you" doesn't begin to cover what I'm feeling. After the way our last conversation ended, the way you were just talking--

Phyllis: You thought I wanted a divorce?

Jack: I'm blown away.

Phyllis: Well, you know, I-I knew that, uh, somebody had to make the first step, otherwise, we would be--

Jack: I just never thought it would be you.

Phyllis: What does that mean?

Jack: No, I-I knew how angry you were. You--you gave me a gift of the orchid, and I never told you that Jabot had one of their own.

Phyllis: Yeah, I was furious. But it wasn't right for me to steal the orchids and then, um, take off.

Jack: You know what I think? I think this whole orchid mess is just a symptom of... of the mess we made of everything else.

Phyllis: I know, Jack. How did we let it get like this?

Jack: I don't know. God, you'd think we'd have learned something by now.

Phyllis: Yeah? I think we keep on making the same mistake over and over again. We're acting more like business rivals instead of husband and wife. I know that, um, giving you this orchid probably doesn't erase everything that's happened.

Jack: No, but it’s... one hell of a show of good faith. I can't tell you how much this means to me.

Phyllis: Ah, you don't have to tell me. I can see it in your eyes.

Jack: I had given up hope, I-if I had any hope left. I certainly didn't expect it to happen this quickly.

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Jack: Well, when you left the house this morning, I had no idea you were leaning in this direction.

Phyllis: I wasn’t.

Jack: You weren't? Well, what happened then? What changed your mind?


Sharon: How about I do you a major favor and forget we ever had this conversation?

Man: Nice ride you've got here.

Sharon: So?

Man: Moping around the alley, back of a joint like this? Don't seem like the type to go slummin'.

Sharon: Trust me, I'm not.

Man: Then what were you doing when I came out here? I have the right to know if you're not gonna be friendly.

Sharon: All right, look, I was driving, and my pager went off. I only stopped in your alley to make a phone call. If I'm not where I'm supposed to be in five minutes, then the man I work for is going to be in a bad mood, a very bad mood. And guess who he's gonna take it out on. You, not me. He used to be a prize fighter. And he doesn't like it when his girls get messed with.

Man: Yeah, fine. Whatever. Just get the hell outta here, okay?

Sharon: Gladly.

Sharon: Thank God.


Anita: I don't have any answers. I just know the doctor told me that they had to do a little surgery.

Brittany: They cut my face?

Anita: Not "they," a plastic surgeon. Someone special they brought in just for you.

Brittany: It must be awful.

Anita: Honey, don't jump to that conclusion. They--they just knew that you're a beautiful girl, and they wanted to make it as small as possible.

Brittany: "It." You mean the scar?

Anita: You know, honey, in your father's and my generation, and well, especially with people older than us, they didn't have all the safety equipment they have for kids these days. It was a badge of honor to get stitches. You know, I'm telling you, between getting off bicycles and falling down out of trees and skateboards and skates, I mean, half the adults I know, they have scars on their forehead or their chin or caps on their teeth.

Brittany: Mom.

Anita: Yes, honey.

Brittany: I get the feeling that you're trying to prepare me for something.

Anita: How could I? I-I've told you everything I know.

Brittany: But you can tell me.

Anita: Honey, Dr. Winters said that the plastic surgeon they brought in is a miracle worker.

Brittany: Did I need a miracle? Was it that awful?

Anita: Honey, calm down. Listen, all I'm saying is that you might have a little scar. No big deal. I am just so thankful that you're okay.

Brittany: (Moans)

Anita: You know what? Let's, um, let's talk about something else.

Brittany: How is Bobby?

Anita: What? Why would you ask me that?

Brittany: He feels terrible about what happened.

Anita: Yeah, well, he damn well should.

Brittany: It was an accident. Bobby would never do anything to hurt me.

Anita: Brittany, um... you know what? You're right. It was an accident.

Brittany: Raul feels awful, too. He was there. He was there to protect me. Isn't that sweet?

Anita: Why did you need protection?

Brittany: Dad. I know he means well, but... r-remember when we were at that restaurant, and Sal Staley was there...

Anita: Mm-hmm.

Brittany: The scene Dad made? You were embarrassed. I could tell. And then Angelo talked to you.

Anita: Threatened me, honey. He threatened me. Your father only wants to protect the two of us from men like him. But right now the only thing he's thinking about, the only thing anybody is thinking about, is getting you out of this hospital so you can move on with your life.

Brittany: With a scar. With a scar on my face, right, Mom?

Anita: Oh, sweetheart.


Sharon: What a creep. Good thing he didn't remember me. Oh, God. For a minute there, I thought... he couldn't have seen what I was doing. If he did, he would have accused me of something. Wouldn't he? Come on. Stop it, Sharon. Get a grip. You can't afford any mistakes. You're driving around with a dead body in the trunk of your car, for God's sake. I gotta find a place to dump it now that it's dark. So just chill out, Sharon. I mean it.

Sharon: Damn you, Cameron! You were trying to rape me. You are the reason I'm living this nightmare.


Brad: When are you going to do this?

Ashley: I haven't decided, but soon.

Brad: You know, it's strange. I decided I was going to tell him myself.

Ashley: But you changed your mind?

Brad: I don't know. It's the ramifications-- what'll he do? How will he react?

Ashley: Look, I'm not doing it for him. I'm doing it for me.

Brad: Ash, the man's life is already in chaos. And you have so much history and a very powerful connection. And now you're going to tell him that you share a child.

Ashley: You don't think that I want to tell him because I'm trying to end our marriage, do you?

Brad: I don't know what to think.

Brad: But seeing you literally come alive because of the influence of that man...

Ashley: Brad, I... I don't understand it either, and it troubles me.

Ashley: But you have to know that you're the most important thing in my world.

Ashy y: And you were willing to risk everything to help me get well. I've never loved you more than I do right now.

Ashley: And I want Victor to know. I don't want to live a lie anymore. I want him to know the truth about Abby. I want him to know that she's our child-- yours and mine.

Ashley: Honey, you believe me, don't you?


Victor: What is it that you're asking me?

Nikki: Victor, it's a simple question.

Victor: I give you a simple answer-- Ashley’s a dear friend. I won't deny that.

Nikki: Okay. Yeah, that's my answer.

Victor: That is not your answer. Why are you saying that? When you imply that, that's just not right.

Nikki: What is it that you think I'm implying?

Victor: Well, you're implying that I have feelings other than deep concern for her. Jack Abbot and Brad Carlton are just as suspicious.

Nikki: Well, that's not surprising.

Nikki: (Sighs)

Nikki: I'm sorry. Maybe you're right. Maybe I am... paranoid and I have no reason to be concerned about Ashley. It's just that whenever you come home and tell me you've been with her, I just lose it. I don't know why. I'm sorry.

Victor: Okay. I just want you to understand that, you know, Ashley and I have a history, and she's in deep trouble. She's in a deep depression. If someone doesn't bring her out of it, then she's lost forever.

Nikki: I know. I'm just afraid of losing you, that's all.

Victor: If that should ever happen, that's not what I want.

Victor: I have to be very honest with you. Sometimes I wonder if you still have feelings for me.

Nikki: What?

Victor: Well.

Nikki: Don't say that. Victor, don't even think that.

Victor: Sometimes I'm afraid of it...

Victor: With all that has happened. Do you know what it was like today in court?

Nikki: Don't talk about it now. It's okay.


Anita: Honey, I think you're getting way ahead of yourself.

Brittany: I'm a little scared.

Anita: Baby, like I said, let's just focus on the positive, okay?

Brittany: You know something?

Anita: Hmm? Tell me, sweetheart.

Brittany: I don't mean to hurt your feelings, but... for a really long time I thought we didn't need each other. We lived in the same house; we said hello and goodbye, but--

Anita: Yeah, and, "I'm going out with my friends, can I please have some money?"

Brittany: Yep.

Anita: So you did need us, huh?

Brittany: But not... it's like when I met Raul and I felt how much he needed me, I was like, "wow, this is different."

Anita: Yeah, it was completely different.

Brittany: But I realize that I need you, too.

Anita: You know, sweetheart, as you get older, you'll realize that there is a very small group of people who really, really care about what happens to you. I mean, friends care, too, but I'm talking about through thick and thin, forever and ever, and you family is... well, they should be-- they should be in that group.

Brittany: I've been a real handful, haven't I?

Anita: Hmm. Oh, all the best people are.

Brittany: I love you, Mom.

Anita: I love you, Brittany. Honey, no matter what-- no matter what, I will always be here for you.


Diane: (Laughs sardonically) there must be something in this drink that I just don't know about. Why in the hell would I give my orchid to you?

Dru: Well, so that, um, I could give the orchid to Jack and save my a-- career.

Diane: I'm sorry, my friend, but I'm keeping it for myself. Insurance, you know? And besides, as I already said--

Dru: Phyllis will give back the orchid. That has a snowball's chance in hell and you know it, Diane.

Diane: Trust me, she will.

Dru: Yeah, well, I want to be the first one to give it back to Jack. Please, Diane. Please. I promise you, I will make it so worth your while.

Diane: Ew, ew, ew. Drucilla, Drucilla, don't beg. It's not your style. You just tell Damon Porter to get working on whatever it is the secret of the orchid is.

Dru: Yeah, if Phyllis gives back the orchid. Where is your loyalty to the company? You work for Jabot.

Diane: No, no, no, no, no. I just have an office there. I am an independent contractor. My main interest in all of this is me-- Diane Jenkins.

Dru: That is so cold-blooded. Ooh, ooh.

Diane: Well, life's tough. You gotta look out for number one.

Dru: Mm-hmm.

Diane: Hey, say hello to Neil for me and keep me posted.


Phyllis: Hey, you know, Jack, does it really matter if you know why I changed my mind? The fact is, I changed my mind.

Jack: I'm just curious is all.

Phyllis: Well, I don't know. I'm wacky. You know, I'm impulsive. You know me.

Jack: Oh, come on, this is a pretty monumental decision. This has ramifications for Newman, for Jabot. You do know...

Phyllis: What?

Jack: You could have buried my company by giving both of these orchids to Newman.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know I could have buried you.

Jack: So that was the plan when you took off, right?

Phyllis: I didn't have a plan.

Jack: Well, come on. It's the only one that makes sense. You were disappointed with our reunion and you decided to really stick it to me. That was the plan. What changed?

Phyllis: You know I love you, don't you? Don't you? I mean, despite everything that's happened, my feelings for you are stronger than ever.

Jack: You mean that?

Phyllis: Yeah, I mean that. I was miserable without you, being away for so long. I guess you could say I was forced to give you the orchid.

Jack: To save our marriage.

Jack: Thank you.

Jack: You will never know how much this means to me. Thank you for what you've done for me.


Sharon: (Gasps) (screams) oh, oh!

Sharon: Oh, God. Oh, where am I? What am I doing? I have to get rid of this body. (Siren wailing)

Sharon: Oh, no. Oh, no, the police. Oh, God. Oh, God. Oh, no. Oh, no.


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

Brad: How strong do you think your marriage is?

Victor: What kind of a question is that?


Brittany: You guys'll tell me if it looks awful, promise?

Raul: Come on, let's take a look.

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