Thursday Y&R Transcript 2/12/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 2/12/04--Canada; Friday 2/13/04--USA

by Eric
Proofread by Emma

Michael: An associate of yours? An associate of yours saw Kevin Fisher coming out of my apartment?

Paul: That's right.

Michael: So what, are you investigating me now? I'm under surveillance?

Paul: No, I am investigating Kevin Fisher.

Michael: Well, why was one of your guys watching my front door?

Paul: He was doing exactly what I told him to do, tail Fisher.

Michael: All right, so you bring your own private Gestapo into my hallway?

Paul: It's not a Gestapo. I'm a private investigator investigating a case against a guy who most people would like to see behind bars. My question is, what the hell was he doing here, especially since you told me that you'll have nothing to do with him?


Lauren: There you go, Kevin, all for you. A perfect date. (Opens door.)(Gasps) oh, my God. Kevin, you scared me to death.

Kevin: I'm-- Lauren, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to.

Lauren: What are you doing here?

Kevin: Um, please, please, don't be mad.

Lauren: You don't just sneak up on somebody like that.

Kevin: I wasn't even sure you were in here.

Lauren: Well, you could have called out, something. Weren't we supposed to meet at the club? Wasn't that the plan?

Kevin: Well, yeah. Yeah, it was, but, um, I was driving by, and I just thought, what's the point in taking two cars, you know? You're my date, and I, uh... I'd rather have you come with me, so, um... so how about it? Can we go together?


Raul: Hey, man.

J.T.: Hey. What's going on?

Raul: Look at you. Stylin'.

J.T.: You like it?

Raul: Yeah.

J.T.: You know that big Valentine's Party over at the Athletic Club?

Raul: Oh, yeah, yeah. I heard about that.

J.T.: You gonna go? Should be fun, man.

Raul: W wouldn't enjoy myself, not knowing Brittanyís stuck in some hospital bed.

J.T.: Yeah. How is the princess?

Raul: Beats me.

J.T.: I figured you'd be camped outside her door, man.

Raul: There's no point. She refuses to see anybody.

J.T.: Hmm that doesn't sound like our Brittany, you know? Usually she likes to be the center of attention.

Raul: Not since the accident. Her face got screwed up pretty bad.

J.T.: Yeah, but, it will heal, right? I mean, this is nothing permanent?


Neil: You look nice. Need some help with that?

Neil: Drucilla, how long are you gonna give me the silent treatment? Haven't you made me suffer enough?


Chris: You want to be put on the list?

Jack: For people to speak at Victor's sentencing hearing? Yeah. I assume there is a list.

Chris: No.

Jack: No? Why not?

Chris: Because you're the first person who's asked to be on one.

Jack: Chris, you're the prosecuting attorney. I'd think you would be looking for people who suffered most from Victor's criminal behavior.

Chris: I presented to the judge the details of our investigation, including the impact of the crime.

Jack: And that's it? The D.A. Is not asking for Victor's head on a platter?

Chris: Our plea bargain specifies that the D.A.'s office will not make recommendations as to sentencing.

Jack: Well, how convenient for you.

Chris: Jack, please, you're in my home.

Jack: Oh, forgive me. The idea of you prosecuting Victor with vigor and impartiality has always been a stretch.

Chris: It is my job to secure convictions when appropriate. I've done that.

Jack: You made a deal with the man, Chris.

Chris: Okay, when you've been a prosecutor for awhile, you can tell me how you plan to reform the system. Until then, plea bargains are standard procedure. So the probation officer will present his report to the judge. And then at the hearing, anyone who wishes to make a statement can, as long as it's relevant to the case.

Jack: And you don't think the C.E.O. Of Jabot Cosmetics, the company most affected by Victor's criminal behavior, would have something relevant to say?

Chris: I just thought that you would be anxious for the criminal phase of this case to be over so you could go after Victor in a suit for damages.

Jack: Oh, believe me, I'm going after Victor. But first, I'm gonna see to it he spends as much time behind bars as the law will allow.


Victor: And kindly send that directly to me. I'll decide who should see it, all right? Talk to you tomorrow.

Nick: Hey.

Victor: If you want to see me, make an appointment with my secretary.

Nick: Come on, Dad.

Victor: I have people to talk to, decisions to make... and to prepare for a sentencing hearing in a couple of days. So please don't bother me.

Nick: I know about the sentencing. That's why I'm here. I thought I could help.

Victor: I don't think I need your brand of help, son. Now unless there's something else, kindly leave.

Nick: Right now you need to scrape together every person on your side. I suggest you hear me out.


>> Ashley: "Ree's training trees. The talking trees of the planet of are really very strange. When you get close to look at one, you will see them change. The talking trees of the planet of ree are not earth trees, you see. They have faces like people do, and they talk like you and me."

Brad: (Thinking) 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. But you have to know that you're the most important thing in my world, and you were willing to risk everything to help me get well. I've never loved you more than I do right now, 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. "The talking trees of the planet ree-- how did they come to be? Well, when we wizards get quite old, we turn into talking trees."

Brad: I don't know which of my girls is more beautiful.

Ashley: Hi. Oh, there's no contest. This little one wins hands down.

Brad: You look fantastic.

Ashley: Thanks, baby. I was thinking the same thing about you.

Brad: All ready for the big soiree?

Ashley: Yeah. I was wondering, when do you want to head over to the club?

Brad: Well, let's see. (Door opens and closes)

Colleen: Oh, good, you guys haven't left yet. I need to talk to you for a minute.

Ashley: Oh, well, why don't we go upstairs, honey, see what Frances is doing? Want to?

Colleen: I'll wait. You both should know this.

Brad: Know what?

Ashley: I'll be right back. Come on, sweetie. Let's go see what Frances is doing

Brad: What's going on?

Colleen: Don't flip. It's about Kevin Fisher. There's something I need you and Ashley to do for me tonight.


J.T.: She must be a basket case. So is her face really that messed up?

Raul: I'm afraid so.

J.T.: Man! Anything I can do?

Raul: Well, there's nothing any of us can do, you know? We just gotta leave her alone and hope that the doctors know what they're doing.

J.T.: Yeah, I guess there's no point in trying to pay her a visit, huh?

Raul: You know what? Just go and enjoy your party. What are you doing here, anyway?

J.T.: I had a few minutes to kill before I picked up Colleen, so I figured I'd stop by and see if Fisher was anywhere around here.

Raul: You gonna harass him some more?

J.T.: Hey, it's the most fun I have these days, gettin' in that guy's face.

Raul: Yeah, that reminds me...

J.T.: Yeah?

Raul: How is your whole Sherlock Holmes bit going?

J.T.: So far, so good.

Raul: Yeah?

J.T.: I spent most of today tailing him. You're never gonna believe where that guy went.

Raul: Where?

J.T.: Michael Baldwinís apartment.

Raul: Michael Baldwin...

J.T.: Yeah, you know that hotshot lawyer guy?

Raul: Yeah, yeah, yeah. I've read about him. Yeah, so what, you think he's wised up? You think he went out and got himself a lawyer?

J.T.: He'd better, 'cause by the time Paul and I get through with him, he's gonna need a really good one.

Raul: Hey, you know what? I forgot to ask you, how goes your competition with Colleen? Did you figure out what she's got planned yet?


Kevin: You're not still mad at me, are you?

Lauren: I wasn't mad.

Kevin: Are you sure?

Lauren: You just startled me, that's all.

Kevin: I'm so sorry, Lauren. I really am.

Lauren: It's okay. It's over.

Kevin: So we're okay? You're not upset anymore?

Lauren: How could I be upset at you, especially tonight?

Kevin: You don't know how happy it makes me to hear you say that. I mean it, Lauren. You are all I've been able to think about all day.

Lauren: Same here.

Kevin: I know-- I know this is moving really fast, but, um... but I can't help it, you know? There's just-- there's something between us, and I've never, ever felt this way before.

Kevin: That probably sounds a little crazy, huh?

Lauren: Maybe a little.

Kevin: But that's okay, right? Sometimes you just gotta go for it, follow your heart. It makes life interesting, don't you think?


Michael: You're investigating my personal affairs.

Paul: Am I doing that? I'm not doing that.

Michael: Oh, it certainly appears to be the case.

Paul: Michael, my interest is in Kevin Fisher. You say you have nothing to do with the guy, and yet he was seen leaving your apartment. So what was he doing here, burglarizing you? Would you like to file a police report?

Paul: So I'll take that as a no. But there has got to be some reason he was seen leaving your apartment.

Michael: I am a lawyer.

Paul: You are a lawyer, but you also have told me in no uncertain terms that you would never represent the sorry S.O.B.

Michael: I'm not representing him.

Paul: What am I missing here?

Michael: If a man comes to me for legal advice, it doesn't necessarily make me his attorney.

Paul: Oh, I see.

Michael: Ohh.

Paul: So you're here doling out advice from your personal residence, and the man is not a client.

Michael: It happens.

Paul: Would you mind telling me what you were giving him advice for?

Michael: Well, it seems for some reason, he's feeling persecuted. Imagine that.

Paul: That's because he's guilty as sin. He knows exactly what he's done to Lily Winters, and he knows exactly what he did to Colleen Carlton.

Michael: And evidently, you do, too, all-seeing, omniscient Paul Williams, self-appointed judge, jury and executioner.


Neil: Come on, baby, talk to me.

Dru: You know, I really don't feel like making idle conversation with someone who betrayed me.

Neil: All right, I already apologized for that, and I didn't betray you.

Dru: Oh, what would you call it then?

Neil: I call it making a promise that I wasn't able to keep, all right? Which I already apologized for at least a hundred times. You know, I don't think that's reason for you to shut me out like this.

Dru: Reason enough for me.

Neil: All right, look, I've cleaned the apartment a few times, right? I've done a few loads of laundry. I fixed you breakf-- what more do you want me to do? What do you expect me to do, get down on my knees and beg you?

Dru: Yes.

Neil: You'd like me to do that, wouldn't you? But I'm not going to. You know why? Because I'm done. I'm through. I'm finished being your servant because I made one lousy mistake. Now wait, today is a very special occasion. It happens to be Valentineís Day. Why don't you stop dissing me and start kissing me?

Neil: Hmm?

Dru: Mmm.

Neil: Mmm.


Chris: Jack, I hope you realize that you can stand in front of a judge and tell him how Victor's actions affected your company, but there's no guarantee what you say will affect the outcome.

Jack: Well, I'd like to think it would make some difference. I can bring before the court employees of our wholesalers and suppliers that lost their jobs over this.

Chris: We've had a bad economy with high unemployment for years.

Jack: Things are better now, and these people are still out of work.

Chris: Then you will have to draw a definite cause-and-effect relationship between Victor's confessed crimes and those people's jobs.

Jack: Let me see if I'm hearing you right. You think that Victor's use of bribery to undercut Jabot's sales had no significant effect?

Chris: It doesn't matter what I think. There are other explanations for why people lose jobs. That's all I'm saying. Judges deal in facts.

Jack: Fine. I'll bring them spreadsheets, cold, hard numbers. Jabot got hammered by this, Chris.

Chris: You came on the market with a new product. It didn't do as well as you thought it would. That's Victor's fault?

Jack: You're damn right. Would you listen to yourself? I mean, it's one thing to tell me you're gonna go easy on the guy, cut some kind of deal with him so you don't have to prosecute him to the full extent of the law...

Chris: I did what any assistant district attorney would have done.

Jack: It's quite another to stand in front of me and defend the man like you're his lawyer! You're not his lawyer, are you?


Victor: Let me guess, son. You're gonna put in a good word with the court before my sentencing?

Nick: That's what I'm offering.

Victor: Are you all right? You don't think the judge is gonna scratch his head? Here's a young man who turned his father into the authorities because he disagreed with some of his business practices, and now the same young man comes before the court to plead for his father's freedom?

Nick: No purpose will be served by you being in jail. I think you've learned your lesson.

Victor: Oh. You have decided that I've learned my lesson. Now isn't that grand? Isn't that nice? My son has given me absolution. How nice. Don't you think that if I don't spend at least a year or two in solitary confinement that I might be behind this desk and corrupt the business world again in no time at all?

Nick: You want to talk sensibly or not?

Victor: Yes, son. Let's talk sensibly.

Nick: Okay. Let me speak at your hearing. I know it will help you.

Victor: If you came to court and pleaded for my freedom, I think I would throw up.

Nick: Have it your way.

Victor: When your deal with Cameron Kirsten is sealed and signed, your tenure here is over with.

Nick: Well, that could take awhile.

Victor: And why is that?

Nick: I got a call from Detective Weber about Cameronís disappearance. Apparently, there's been a break in the case.

Victor: But no Cameron Kirsten?

Nick: Nope. So maybe you'd like me out of here now, instead of waiting.

Victor: Don't think that thought hasn't occurred to me. And by the way, if I'm not incarcerated, I will run this company as I damn well please. Have you got that?

Nick: I don't think the judge is gonna let you do that.

Victor: And leave everything to you? That's what this is about, isn't it, son-- a grab for power, an unmitigated grab for power? That's all it's ever been about, isn't it? it doesn't matter what colleen has planned. I'll top it.


Raul: Wow, you sound pretty sure of yourself.

J.T.: Hey, it's hard damn work being this good. (Laughs)

Raul: Whatever. So what's your big surprise for her then?

J.T.: Actually, I told her I didn't really have a chance to plan anything this year.

Raul: Is that true?

J.T.: Yeah. Look, my schedule's crazy since I took this job with Paul. I barely have a chance to go to class.

Raul: Well, why don't you, uh... why don't you write her another song?

J.T.: Oh, come on, man. That was last year. Besides, I'm not really that comfortable singing in front of people anymore.

Raul: What? Since when? You're a natural ham.

J.T.: Whatever, man.

Raul: I hear you singing in the shower all the time.

J.T.: I would make a fool out of myself. Trust me.

Raul: And since when has that stopped you?

J.T.: Thanks. Oh, dude, I gotta go. Look, if you do see Brittany, tell her I'm thinking about her, all right?

Raul: Will do. Hey, tell the three musketeers hi for me.

J.T.: Yeah, you got it.

Raul: See you later. Have fun.


Brad: Don't tell me not to flip out, young lady. What do you mean, Kevin Fisher's going to be at this party tonight?

Colleen: He is, with Lauren Fenmore.

Brad: With her? What do you mean, as her date?

Ashley: I find that very hard to believe.

Brad: Where did you hear this?

Colleen: It's true. I swear.

Ashley: I thought she was seeing Paul Williams.

Brad: I don't care who he shows up with. After what he's pulled, I don't want that animal anywhere near you!

Colleen: Dad, I'll be totally safe, okay? J.T., Lily and Sierra will not let me out of their sight.

Ashley: Now wait a second. Do Lily's parents know about this?

Colleen: Yes.

Brad: And Neil Winters is going along with it?

Colleen: Dad, there's a really good reason.

Brad: The hell there is!

Colleen: Will you listen to me, please? He's being set up.

Brad: What are you talking about?

Colleen: Paul's investigating him. J.T. has been helping.

Ashley: I see. And now Lauren is, too.

Brad: I don't believe this.

Colleen: It totally makes sense. Kevin's all obsessed with her.

Brad: And Williams is using that, dangling Lauren like bait?

Colleen: It was Laurenís idea. Paul, I guess, is not all that happy about it, but he's going along, because if Lauren can make Kevin believe that she is really interested in him--

Ashley: Then he might admit to something.

Colleen: Exactly.

Ashley: Honey, it's really-- it's not a bad plan.

Brad: Are you kidding me? It's a terrible plan, and when it backfires-- not if, when--a lot of people are going to be in danger starting with Lauren, you, J.T.--

Colleen: Look, I understand why you think that, but that is not how it is. J.T. says that they are this close to nailing the guy, and if Lauren can get Kevin to admit something, tonight even, then he won't be a threat to anyone, right? None of this is gonna work unless Lauren can get close to him, which means you can't go after him or make a scene. If you see Kevin, just ignore him. Please, Dad? This is really important. Don't mess things up for Paul and J.T.

Brad: Colleen, I don't like this. I don't like it one bit.

Ashley: We're all gonna be there. I say we just go along and steer clear of Kevin, see how the whole thing plays out.

Colleen: Thank you so much, Ashley. I'll see you guys there. I have, like, five minutes to get ready.


Michael: Look, everyone is entitled to legal counsel, even Kevin Fisher. That's just the way it is.

Paul: So why don't you let the court appoint him an attorney?

Michael: He came to me. He asked for legal advice. Now I'm not saying I took him on as a client. But I'll tell you this, and I want you to listen, there is zero evidence that he did anything wrong. You don't have it. The police don't have it. And without evidence, there are no charges, and without charges... yeah, even you can follow me on this one. And you are way out of line badgering me about who I can and cannot take on as a client.

Paul: You know what, Baldwin? I'm not badgering you at all. I just want an answer to a simple question. I mean, eons ago, when you came up to me at the coffeehouse, and you started grilling me, you had nothing but the nastiest things to say about Kevin Fisher. Now all of a sudden, you're all about protecting him and his legal rights. There's something going on. Why are you standing up for the kid?


Kevin: I can tell you about one crazy thing I did that paid off... when I asked you out on this date tonight. I know that I acted sort of confident and all, but I could not believe it when you said yes. I think my heart actually skipped a beat. I mean, truly.

Lauren: Well, do me a favor, would you? The next time you are gonna do something crazy, would you warn me, because I'd like to know?

Kevin: Yeah. Um... well, okay. There is a... there is something that I should probably warn you about.

Lauren: What's that?

Kevin: You know, as much as I want tonight to be perfect, there's a chance that it might not be.

Lauren: Why?

Kevin: Well, um, there may be some people at this party tonight who aren't gonna be so happy to see me.

Lauren: And you think they might cause trouble?

Kevin: I asked them not to, but, uh, they're... okay, promise me one thing, will you? No matter what anyone says tonight, it won't change the way you feel about me.

Lauren: I think you can count on that. My feelings won't change.


Colleen: Oh, take your coats off. I want to see these dresses.

Sierra: Okay.

Lily: Of course.

Colleen: Ooh!

Lily: Like my shoes?

Colleen: Oh, my God.

Sierra: There you go.

Colleen: I love the bodice.

Sierra: Did your Dad freak when he found out Kevin was coming to the dance?

Colleen: Yeah, pretty much, but then I told him how important tonight is and that whatever he does, he cannot make a scene.

Sierra: Yeah. I mean, how great would it be if Lauren pulls this off?

Colleen: I bet she does. I mean, all she has to do is get him to slip once.

Sierra: And he is toast.

Lily: I hope Lauren knows what she's doing.

Colleen: She's smart enough to handle that creep. I mean, Kevin thinks he's, like, God. He's bound to make a mistake, and once he does, he's ours.

(Doorbell rings)

Colleen: That's J.T. How do I look?

Sierra: Oh...

Lily: Well, um...

Colleen: Oh, be quiet.


Chris: I have to say it-- I think it is rude and inappropriate for you to come to my home making these accusations.

Jack: Fine. I'll get out of here. I want to reserve my time before the judge.

Chris: Oh, consider it reserved.

Jack: But you still would like to talk me out of speaking my piece in front of the court.

Chris: Because your energy would be better spent formulating a civil case against Victor. He's already plead guilty to the criminal charges. My God, do you realize what a favor I've done you?

Jack: Oh, you've done me a favor? You made a bargain with the devil, Chris.

Chris: Really? If I had taken the chance and gone to trial and the jury found Victor innocent, you have any idea how much harder it would be for you to seek reparations? But you're miles ahead. Victor had admitted his guilt. Liability is established. All that's left to determine is a dollar amount. You will have weeks, Jack, if you need it, to make your case.

Jack: And I can do that with Victor behind bars.

Chris: Maybe, but not as quickly. With the defendant unavailable, a lawsuit like this could drag on for a very long time.

Jack: Oh, there we go again, another good argument for going easy on your friend.

Chris: I'm done. Done. If you want to rant and rave to the judge, you go right ahead, but I am tired of listening to you question my ethics.

Jack: Look, if nothing else, it's clear you don't want Victor to go to jail. Oh, and who could blame you? You're old pals.

Chris: Jack, you are a brilliant businessman. You're a hard worker, and you are a good person, and yet you are so blinded by your hatred of Victor, you don't care about justice. All you want is revenge. You want him to suffer because you suffered.

Jack: Are you sure you want to be a prosecutor?

Chris: I'll admit I wouldn't have chosen this to be my first case.

Jack: Victor Newman is not above the law, Chris. He is a greedy, destructive, unfeeling man who broke the law. He deserves to spend some time alone, deprived of his freedoms. He needs to know that society will not tolerate him taking the law into his own hands anytime he wants to--

Chris: Take it from me; he has learned a lot from this.

Jack: Chris, I like you. If you really believe that--

Chris: Are we finished here?

Jack: Yeah. Yeah, I think we are. You are so prejudiced in this man's favor that there's no real point here, but I will be there at Victor's sentencing hearing, and I will have my say. And you ought to think twice about how much you want to be a prosecuting attorney. I'm not sure you're cut out for it.

Chris: Thanks for your input, Jack. (Door slams)


Nick: You really think that's all this is about for me, some juvenile power trip?

Victor: Let me say it to you again, whether or not I go to jail, you will not run Newman Enterprises. I'd rather see this company disintegrate then let it fall into your hands. You know the irony of all this? I was mentoring you so that one day you could take over and I could step back.

Nick: You and I both know that was never gonna happen.

Victor: How the hell do you know?!

Nick: I am not gonna argue about this with you. I know it could help if I spoke at your hearing, but you don't want my help. You never have. So go ahead and let your little lawyers run this place. I think that's a mistake, but it's up to you. It always has been.

Victor: What if I don't go to prison, son?

Nick: Well, then I guess we take this to the next level.

Victor: Meaning what?

Nick: Meaning you don't want me running this company, and I don't want you running it. You want me to make a case for that?

Victor: You get out of here now.

Nick: Good luck.


Dru: (Giggles)

Neil: Mmm. Does this mean I'm forgiven?

Dru: I suppose.

Neil: Thank you, God!

Dru: You know, you never should have made that promise to me, Neil. You know that.

Neil: I know, but at the time, it seemed like a good idea.

Dru: Oh, forget about it.

Neil: Hey, just one question.

Dru: Hmm?

Neil: Why'd you finally decide to let me off the hook?

Dru: You can't guess?

Neil: Because I'm the chip in your chocolate, and you love me to pieces?

Dru: That's true, but that's not the reason. (Chuckles)

Neil: Ah, you were probably just tired of watching me sweat.

Dru: Oh, no, no, I love watching you sweat. Nope, that's not it.

Neil: So why then?

Dru: Well, um, Jabot actually has its orchid back. You heard me right.

Neil: Wait a minute. You--you mean, you were torturing me for nothing?

Dru: Not for nothing. You deserved that.

Neil: But how? I... did Phyllis give one of those orchids back to Jack?

Dru: Unbelievable, isn't it?

Neil: I'll be damned.

Dru: Yeah, but I wanted to be the one to give Jack back the orchid. I wanted to score the brownie points.

Neil: Oh, don't worry about it. Jack's not gonna fire you now that he's got that orchid back in his hot, little hands.

Dru: I cannot believe Phyllis actually pulled my fanny from the fire.

Neil: Hey.

Dru: Hmm?

Neil: All's well that ends well, right? I'm just happy that you're talking to me again, and that you and I are gonna get between the sheets tonight, boo.

Dru: You know what, honey? Honey.

Neil: What?

Dru: Has Lily talked to you?

Neil: Oh, about Kevin Fisher, you mean?

Dru: Yeah. Paul Williams is cooking something up.

Neil: Yeah, it's a plan to entrap him. That's the impression I got.

Dru: All right, we may see him tonight at the Valentine's party. Now we have to stay cool, not push any of his buttons, okay?

Neil: Oh, Drucilla, it's not gonna be easy.

Dru: I know.

Neil: But if it means getting that freak off the streets, I'm all for it.

Dru: Amen.

Neil: Hey.

Dru: What?

Neil: Let's go to a party.

Dru: Let's.

Neil: Come on.

Neil: Here you go, baby.

Dru: Thank you.


J.T.: So ready to head out?

Lily: Wait a minute. I want to help you.

J.T.: Help me what?

Lily: Put that loser away for good.

J.T.: Lily, no. Don't even think about it, okay? Paul, Lauren and I, we got this whole thing mapped out.

Lily: Yeah, but there has to be something that we can do.

J.T.: No, Lily, stay away from Fisher, all right? He'll get what he deserves.

Lily: Well, have you searched Kevinís apartment?

J.T.: No.

Lily: Well, guess we're one step ahead of you then.

Colleen: Lily...

J.T.: What's she talking about?

Lily: I broke into Kevinís place today. Well, I didn't exactly "break in." I made a copy of his key back when we were still going out.

J.T.: Did you know about this?

Colleen: Sierra and I sort of stood guard out in the hallway.

J.T.: Colleen, what are you--

Lily: Relax. Kevin didn't catch me.

J.T.: That's not the point. I can't believe you guys did something so stupid, okay? What, is this a game to you?

Lily: Of course not.

J.T.: Look, Paul knows what he's doing. We got a plan, and we don't need you guys messing it up.

Lily: Well, don't you want to know if I found anything in his apartment?

J.T.: Did you?

Lily: Well, not really, but there was a toolbox on the desk and some duct tape, styrofoam, stuff like that. But that was about it.

J.T.: I didn't realize Kevin was such a handyman.

Lily: Well, that's the thing, he didn't used to be.

Colleen: Maybe he's turning over a new leaf for Lauren.

J.T.: Lauren-- oh, speaking of which, we gotta go. They're gonna get to the club soon. I want to get there first.

Lily: Okay.

Colleen: Okay.

J.T.: Let's go.

Colleen: I cannot wait for this nightmare to be over.

J.T.: All right. Hang in there, all right?

Colleen: Yeah.

J.T.: With any luck, Kevin will have too much to drink, he'll start telling Lauren everything, and then we'll put that guy away once and for all.

Colleen: I hope so.


Paul: Okay, let's put the facts on the table here, Baldwin. You say that you are not Kevin Fisher's attorney.

Michael: Right. But the more I talk to you, the more I think he needs one.

Paul: Well, he will pay for what he did to those girls. But I don't want to talk about that right now. I'm more interested in you. Let's look at what Fisher can offer you as a client. It's not much. He hasn't been arrested. He's not high profile. And most important, he doesn't have a lot of money.

Michael: What makes you think this is about money?

Paul: Oh, come on, Baldwin, you would sell your own mother if the price was right.

Michael: Maybe, but just my mother, not my principles.

Paul: Oh, okay. You don't want to tell me what's going on with you two, fine. I will find out some other way.

Michael: Whoa, whoa, where do you think you're going?

Paul: I'm gonna go talk to Fisher.

Michael: No! Don't do that.

Paul: Why not? Are you afraid he's gonna tell me the truth? You're afraid he's going to admit that he is your client?

Michael: He's not my client.

Paul: You keep saying that. Then why are you so afraid that I'll talk to him?

Michael: Look, as much as you don't like it, he has certain inalienable rights.

Paul: Which you seem hell-bent on protecting, much like an attorney.

Michael: I'm not his attorney!

Paul: Fine, you keep saying that, but you're not telling me what's going on. There is some connection between the two of you, and you're not telling me what it is. Well, fine, I will find out some other way.

Michael: All right, fine. Stop! You know, just-- just to shut your big mouth, he's my brother, all right? Kevin Fisher is my brother.


Kevin: I am so glad that you won't change your mind about me. I knew that I could trust you.

Lauren: So tell me why you think these people are upset with you?

Kevin: No. I don't want to talk about it.

Lauren: Maybe later?

Kevin: Yeah. Sure. Maybe later. Anyway, I just... I just want to put all that ugly stuff behind me. And that's what happened when I met you. It just completely changed my life. I just wish they could understand that. Anyway, okay, I don't wanna get into it. It just makes me feel, uh...

Lauren: What?

Kevin: Uh, I don't know.

Kevin: I just... when I look at you, I feel like the luckiest man alive.

Lauren: Well, you certainly know what to say to make a woman feel special.

Kevin: Well, that's how I feel, Lauren. I'm crazy about you. So, uh, you never answered my question before. I would love to show you off tonight as my date. So can we take my car, go to the party together, the two of us? It would mean so much to me, Lauren. Please.


Next on The Young and the Restless"...

Sierra: With Laurenís help, Kevin is finally gonna get what's coming to him.

Lily: I cannot wait.


Lauren: I would really like to get to know you better.

Kevin: Well, uh, you will.

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