Friday Y&R Transcript 2/20/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 2/20/04--Canada; Monday 2/23/04

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Jill: Oh, there you are. Good morning.

Arthur: Good morning, Jill. Thank you for making up the guest room for me oh, do you have something to say?

Jill: I wish I knew what to say. I'm still pretty speechless. It is so overwhelming to realize that you are my father. I mean, this is real. I woke up this morning thinking that I'd been dreaming.

Arthur: You're not dreaming. I am just as excited about it as you are.

Jill: Do you really honestly mean that?

Arthur: Well, of course I do. It's been one of the greatest sadnesses of my life, not to have a child to share my twilight years

Jill: Oh, please, you are far, far from your twilight years.

Arthur: Oh, not that far, my dear sweet daughter.

Jill: Daughter. You called me "daughter."

Arthur: It's what you are.

Jill: May I call you "Dad"? (Laughing)

Arthur: I would love for you to call me "Dad."


Sharon: Okay, Noah, I am putting your new scissors in the pocket of your backpack, okay?

Noah: Okay.

Sharon: Oh, and before I forget, Miguel is going to bring cupcakes for your homeroom treat when he's in town later today.

Noah: The ones you and I baked?

Sharon: That's right. So don't forget to thank him next time you see him, 'cause that saves us a lot of time this morning.

Noah: I thought you would have forgotten.

Sharon: What do you mean, honey?

Noah: You were so upset last night.

Sharon: Oh, well, I'm fine now, see? Nothing to worry about. (Horn honks)

Sharon: Uh-oh, there's your bus. You got it? Give me a hug. Cassie, shake a leg, hon..

Cassie: Mom, I'm getting a ride from somebody else today.

Sharon: Oh, okay. Off you go.

Sharon: Bye, sweet pea. Have a good day at school.

Noah: I will.

Sharon: Love ya.

Noah: I love you, too.

Sharon: I didn't know you weren't taking the bus today.

Cassie: Look, Mom, I lied about having a ride. I wanted to have some time to talk to you alone.

Sharon: Talk about what?

Cassie: Whatever it is that has you so freaked out. I barely even know you anymore.


Nick: Mom, I really wish Cassie hadn't called you. It's no big deal.

Nikki: Well, she obviously thought it was. She is very upset.

Nick: Well, I'm sorry to hear that, but she didn't need me to come up here. I'm telling you, nothing happened. Sharon just got a little spooked.

Nikki: Nicholas, you have to admit she's been acting very strange lately.

Nick: And?

Nikki: And you owe it to yourself to find out why. I think she's hiding something. Why else would she be acting so incredibly bizarre?


Victor: I assume your visit has to do with my sentencing hearing.

Silva: It does, Victor. I'd like to propose a strategy.

Victor: Consisting of what?

Silva: Something you're not going to like, but I think it's the best chance we've got to make sure that you stay out of jail. I hope you'll listen with an open mind without going ballistic.


Paul: Hey, thanks for giving me the update, Hank. Yeah, I appreciate it. Hey, no problem. All right, keep me posted. Okay, bye-bye. Hi. You're up.

Lauren: Yeah.

Paul: How are you feeling?

Lauren: Is there any news?

Paul: Yeah, I just got off the phone with Detective Weber.

Lauren: Is Kevin okay?

Paul: Yeah, he's fine.

Lauren: What about Michael?

Paul: Everybody's fine. No one got hurt.

Paul: And while you're at it, you might as well thank Baldwin. I don't know what he said to Fisher, but whatever it was, he got him to turn over the gun.

Lauren: And where's the gun now?

Paul: Weber has it. Michael turned it over to the police, but it looks like that it was registered to Fisher, so he will probably get it back.

Lauren: I hope he never does.

Paul: You okay?

Lauren: He was gonna do it, you know?

Paul: Yeah, I know.

Lauren: If Michael hadn't shown up, he would have put the gun to his head and he would have pulled the trigger.

Paul: Hey, I know it's not easy, but try not to think about it. Put it out of your head.

Lauren: He's so young, you know? He has his whole life ahead of him, and he was ready to end it all right in front of me. All I could do was stand there and watch. You know, you never said what happened with the warrant.

Paul: Oh.

Lauren: What? I mean, did Kevin go nuts when Weber showed up?

Paul: No, actually, it sounds like he was very cooperative.

Lauren: What's wrong?

Paul: Well, the police turned the place upside down, and it looks like there is absolutely no link between Fisher and Brittanyís accident, so the search was a complete bust.


Kevin: Boo.

Michael: Damn it! What the--

Kevin: I'm sorry. I couldn't resist. I couldn't resist.

Michael: You think this is funny?

Kevin: God, see, I never get it right. I was trying to make you laugh, but, uh...

Michael: Oh, for Peteís sake, Kevin, it doesn't take an owner's manual to realize that a guy who slept-- correction-- someone who was attempting to sleep on a lumpy couch for four hours isn't gonna think it's funny when you creep around behind him and yell, "boo." Now let's not carry this Kevin-is-a-misfit thing too far. A chimpanzee knows not to do things like that.

Kevin: All right, fine. Fine. I said I was sorry. What's the matter? You didn't sleep?

Michael: I wouldn't call it quality sleep, no. And by the way, did you happen to dump a pizza on that couch?

Kevin: It was spaghetti and meatball does it still smell?

Michael: Only in the wee hours of the morning.

Michael: And how are you?

Kevin: I don't feel like killing myself anymore... not that I could if I tried.

Michael: I did everyone a favor by turning that gun over to Hank Weber.

Kevin: It was registered.

Michael: It was stupid. And if you ever think of killing yourself again, donít.

Kevin: What are you gonna do? Oh, wait, I know. I know. You're gonna talk me out of it, right, like you did last night?

Michael: I wouldn't hold my breath. I might not.


Sharon: Cassie.

Cassie: Mom, I'm worried about you.

Sharon: Honey, what did I just tell Noah? I'm fine.

Cassie: You're not fine.

Sharon: Why, because I had a little scare last night?

Cassie: You don't scream like that if it's little and then say you imagined the whole thing.

Sharon: Honey, it was late, and I was tired, and I overreacted, and I'm really sorry that I startled everyone like that.

Cassie: If it was the only time you've acted weird lately, but it's not, not by a long shot.

Sharon: I honestly don't know what you're talking about.

Cassie: Like the other night, when you went shopping and didn't tell Noah and me. We didn't know where you went. That's not like you, Mom.

Sharon: Honey, I explained that the next day.

Cassie: I know, but still... we came in from the bus, and the house was all dark and empty. We were both kinda scared.

Sharon: Oh, baby.

Cassie: You forget stuff, and you're nervous all the time, and now you're seeing prowlers outside when nobody's there? It's like you're trying to pretend everything's all perfect, and we have this wonderful family, but something's wrong. I can feel it. So would you please just tell me what it is?


Nick: All right, Mom, that's enough.

Nikki: Sharon's behavior is constant. It's inexplicable. She's on the ragged edge, and she won't tell anybody why.

Nick: Don't do this, okay? Don't put the family through this again.

Nikki: I am not doing anything.

Nick: Mom, I'm serious. All right, yeah, I know Sharonís been kinda jumpy, and last night was a little weird, but--

Nikki: A little? Cassie thought someone had died. That's how scared she was. And Noah--you can only imagine how he must have felt.

Nick: I know, Mom, all right? They're my kids.

Nikki: Well, then you must know this isn't good for them. You've gotta find out what's going on. Look, if Sharon isn't hiding something, then her head's not screwed on right. Something is wrong. Whatever it is, it's taking a toll on your family, on your children.


Jill: Where did you go to law school?

Arthur: California.

Jill: And that was after you'd met my mother, right?

Arthur: Oh, yes. When I said good-bye to Katherine, I assumed it would be for the last time. You know, she wasn't free. Her husband was in Europe, and he was about to come back here to Genoa City.

Jill: So when you left, she was pregnant?

Arthur: Yes, but I didn't know that.

Jill: No, I know you donít. I understand that. But isn't it ironic you were leaving and she was carrying me?

Arthur: If only she had told me, our lives would have been very different. And somehow I know we would have found a way. Oh, Jill, I did love her.

Jill: I know you did. I knew that the first time I saw you with her-- the way you were looking at her. That's why I called you, 'cause I knew that the two of you had something very special.

Arthur: Well, I'm so glad you did call me.

Jill: You have no idea how glad I am.

Arthur: You know, I'm very worried about your mother.

Jill: I am, too. I'm worried sick. But what can we do about it?

Arthur: We help her.

Jill: Will she let us?

Arthur: Well, we don't give her a choice.

Jill: I am the reason she started drinking again. I feel I have to make this up to her. I have to get her to stop.

Arthur: No, Jill, we have to do that-- you and I together, her family. And we will.


Lauren: So the cops struck out with this warrant. What happens now?

Paul: We just keep doing what we've been doing.

Lauren: Until Kevin slips up.

Paul: You have no idea how much I wanna nail that punk. I thought last night would have been the night, but I guess he got rid of the evidence before the cops got there.

Lauren: So what happens to Kevin now?

Paul: Oh, he'll get plenty of help in prison.

Lauren: Paul.

Paul: What, you expect me to have sympathy for the guy? He is a psychopath. Weber agrees he needs to be taken now before another girl or woman gets hurt or even worse.

Lauren: I'm not saying that he shouldn't pay for his crimes.

Paul: Well, then what are you saying?

Lauren: And you weren't there. You didn't see his face. You didn't see the pain and the utter despair. Honey, isn't it possible that someone like Kevin could turn his life around?

Paul: Maybe, but let him do it somewhere far away from Genoa City, where he can be monitored 24 hours a day, and don't have to worry about him coming after you.

Lauren: Oh, he would never hurt me.

Paul: Oh, come on, Lauren, how can you possibly say that?

Lauren: I've spent a lot of time with him lately, and the only person he intended on killing last night was himself, and I am just really grateful to Michael that he was able to talk him out of it.

Paul: Yeah, well, I'm not so sure I am.


Kevin: Can we not joke about this for a minute?

Michael: I'm not joking. I was there. That was a real gun, and you were about to do something really foolish.

Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, I really thought that I could do it, you know? It was like there wasn't anything between me and dying. I wasn't afraid.

Michael: Well, you were real upset. You were real angry.

Kevin: Tell me-- did I have a right to be?

Michael: I think what Lauren did to you was foul, but I do have a question or two to ask.

Kevin: Oh, boy, here it comes.

Michael: Why the hell not? Look, after everything you said last night about the cops, about being in trouble, I think you owe me a question.

Kevin: Yeah, but I was freaking out, Michael.

Michael: You sounded like someone who had a very troubled conscience.

Kevin: Yeah, well...

Michael: Yeah, well, what?

Kevin: I saw it, you know? I saw my entire life flashing before my eyes.

Michael: Is that what that was?

Kevin: Yeah, and I thought about, you know, stuff that I had done that I shouldn't have.

Michael: Really? Well, I tell you what, Kevin. You came off as a guy who had done something highly illegal in a rather recent time frame a guy who is afraid to deal with the consequences of being caught.

Kevin: I don't know what to say to that. You misinterpret my words.

Michael: How am I supposed to help you if I don't know what you're up against?

Kevin: Well, let's just hope that I don't need help. If I do, believe me, you're gonna learn the details.

Michael: Did you set the fire at Ginaís?

Kevin: Whoa.

Michael: Did you?

Kevin: Talk about taking something back, Mikey. You know, the only reason that I didn't put a bullet in my head last night is because you promised you were gonna be there for me. You said you were on my side, that you were gonna be my brother. Now you're back to accusing me of the same stuff I've been hearing about for months.

Michael: I'm not accusing you. I'm just asking you a question.

Kevin: I never should have let you take that gun away.

Michael: What are you talking about? What are you--

Kevin: Four stories-- I hope it's high enough.

Michael: What the hell are you doing? Wait! Get! Get!

Kevin: Get off of me! Michael, get off of me!

Michael: There's no way you're doing this!

Kevin: What are you gonna do? What are you gonna do? Are you gonna hit me? Are you gonna hit me? Go for it. You watched it happen for years. I'm sure you know how.


Victor: However unpleasant this suggestion of yours is going to be, I can scarcely imagine it to be worse than going to jail.

Silva: Good. Hold that thought. The judge doesn't have to send you to prison. There are no mandatory minimums in cases like yours.

Victor: But there's no guarantee.

Silva: No, especially not in the current atmosphere. Now there's the very real possibility that Judge Billington will try to make an example of you. Frankly, he's well within his rights and would have the support of most of the public if he does. So meaningful steps have to be taken to ward off that eventuality. Are we in agreement?

Victor: Stop beating around the bush.

Silva: All right, I'll get to my point. It's one thing to plead guilty and say you're sorry. You need to show how sorry you are.

Victor: By making a donation to some charity. Is that it?

Silva: Close, but not quite. A donation to Jabot Cosmetics.

Victor: Are you in possession of all your faculties?


Arthur: I want to hear about your life, Jill.

Jill: Oh, I'm not so sure you do. It's full of horror stories.

Arthur: Everyone has those.

Jill: Not like mine. So many mistakes. Errors in judgment, and some of them life-altering.

Arthur: Any children?

Jill: Two, two sons.

Arthur: Oh, my grandchildren.

Jill: Yes, but one of them is dead-- Phillip, my firstborn.

Arthur: Oh, dear lord. I'm so sorry.

Jill: Yeah, it was because of alcohol. It was in a car wreck. Um, knowing what I know now, it was probably a genetic inheritance passed down to him from my mother.

Arthur: That must have been so horrible for you-- losing your son.

Jill: Yeah, I thought I would never get over it. I'm not sure I have completely.

Arthur: You know that old saying, don't you? Time covers the wounds but doesn't heal the scars.

Jill: You understand.

Arthur: More than you know. Tell me about your other boy.

Jill: Oh, Billy. Billy. Actually, he suffered a pretty tragic loss this year, too. Yeah, he fell in love with the wrong girl. I mean, it was an impossible situation. I'll explain it all to you some other time. So he's out in the world, trying to reinvent himself.

Arthur: Well, I'll be very anxious to meet him. I'm sure he's a fine young man.

Jill: Arthur--

Arthur: Oh.

Jill: Dad, you said that we would try to help Mother. How do we do that? How are we gonna pry that bottle out of her hands?


Nick: Mother, if you would give Sharon half a chance, you would realize that she only wants what's best for this family. Instead, you've put her in an impossible position.

Nikki: Me--are you kidding? She does it all to herself.

Nick: Well, that's only because you stress her out so much. I mean, Mom, everything she does is wrong in your eyes. Can you imagine what that must feel like?

Nikki: Then why doesn't she tell me the truth?

Nick: Have you ever given her a chance?

Nikki: Yes.

Nick: Look, what happened between Dad and me, it really tore Sharon up, and then this thing with Cameron--she knows how important that deal was to me, and then he just disappears. And to top it all off, Grace Turner shows up in town.

Nikki: Grace Turn-- are you kidding me? What the hell is she doing here? I hope you haven't let her get near you!

Nick: No, Mom, no! It turns out she's involved with Cameron and she's just here looking for him.

Nikki: My God. Grace Turner and Cameron Kirsten. Now there's a couple who deserve each other.

Nick: Why would you even say something like that? This guy could be dead.

Nikki: All right, all right, all right, look, I hope that he is found. I do, but I have to tell you, I never really liked him. There's something about him that just doesn't sit well. He's a little too ingratiating. Anyway, my concern is Sharon. Don't close yourself off to what might be going on.

Nick: There's nothing going on. It's all in your head. So please, back off.

Nikki: Don't tell me to back off. I'm your mother.

Nick: All right, you're right. I'm sorry. But I want you to listen to me this time and really listen, okay? I love my wife very much. She is the most important thing in the world to me. So I need you to give her a break, all right? Will you do that? Please.

Nikki: Have a nice day at work.

Nick: I'll try.


Sharon: Cassie, I really don't know how to answer you.

Cassie: Stop pretending that everything's all right and there's nothing to worry about. Let me help.

Sharon: Well, honey, if I needed help...

Cassie: Mom, don't lie to me.

Sharon: Cassie.

Cassie: Ever since the holidays, before that even, something's been bothering you a lot, and whenever I ask about it, you get mad at me. And that makes me mad, and we fight, and it's a big mess, and nothing gets solved.

Sharon: Well, are you mad now?

Cassie: Like I said, I've been very worried and kind of hurt that you're shutting me out. I barely slept all last night.

Sharon: Look, sometimes I get moody. I worry about things that I can't change, and your Grandma Doris used to say that it drove her crazy, and that's gotta be what you're reacting to.

Cassie: Right.

Sharon: Don't say it like that.

Cassie: Okay, well, I tried. I tried to talk to you. Do you know what it feels like when your own mother doesn't trust you at all?

Sharon: It's not that.

Cassie: Then what is it that's hanging over you, making you act this way so I won't think the worst?

Sharon: Honey, I promise you.

Cassie: (Sniffs)

Sharon: Things are going to get better. They're gonna get back to normal very soon.

Cassie: I hope so, Mom.


Arthur: So you don't think that our pulling together as a family will help.

Jill: I wish I did. But no, I donít. I think she needs something more. I think she needs something that she can hold onto, something that's gonna make her feel like it's worth it-- fighting the bottle again.

Arthur: Well, didn't you tell me the drinking really started with the house, the demolition, that was what pushed her over the edge?

Jill: I honestly never thought she would find it that impossible to accept these changes.

Kay: Well, that's because you've never understood, not ever, what this house has meant to me.

Arthur: Good morning, Katherine.

Kay: I've lived in this house since I first came here as a young bride. I went through all of my husbands here, for God's sake-- my dalliances, my triumphs, my defeats. And if this house had eyes, I'm sure it was watching me while I was drinking myself to death, and then it wrapped me in protective arms while I was fighting off the demons of alcohol.

Kay: You were conceived in this house, Jill, in this very room. Oh, Arthur, don't blush. It's the truth. You know it. And you were conceived in love, Jill. I loved you, Arthur, I really did.

Jill: I was really conceived here in this room? Are you sure?

Kay: It's something I wouldn't forget, Jill.

Jill: Why didn't you ever tell me that?

Kay: It never occurred to me that you would want to know the precise location.

Kay: My life was rooted here in this place, this building, this mausoleum, as you call it, Jill. I have very few friends. I have very few friends and little family. I have my constant companion, Esther, who was like a fixture in this mausoleum, until you drove her away.

Kay: That was my life. My life. Well, let me tell you something. In every corner, in every cupboard, in every bookcase, in every side table, in every... in every place, in some little notch there-- there is a bloody memory for me! A memory! And at my age, when you start taking one's memories away from them, you are taking away their life!

Kay: And that's how I felt. You were slowly killing me.

Jill: Did you ever once, once before this moment, tell me these things?

Kay: You wouldn't have listened.

Jill: Well, I'm listening now, Mother. I'm hearing you loud and clear now.


Silva: Victor, you know there's gonna be a civil trial. There's no question that Jabot will sue for damages. They're in a very good position, given the fact that you've already pled guilty. Think about it--liability has already been established. All that's left to hash out is the amount of damages you'll pay.

Victor: So you're suggesting I make them an offer now-- save them the money and the trouble of hiring a lawyer and trying to sue me? Like hell I will, John.

Silva: Victor, I realize the idea of going to Jack Abbott with your checkbook open is abhorrent. But as you said, almost anything's better than going to jail.

Victor: I said almost.

Silva: You know, you're gonna pay anyway. If we can go to this hearing and I can tell the judge that you've already made restitution in an amount commensurate with the damages caused--

Victor: By the way, who decides how much I have to pay?

Silva: It's a negotiation, like anything else.

Victor: You know that Jack Abbott will ask for the moon.

Silva: You don't know that. This is an opportunity for him to collect cash on the barrelhead without any of the expense or the hassles of a trial. If the two of you can agree on an amount--

Victor: Jack Abbott and I can't agree on what day the week it is, John. You know that.

Silva: Victor, there's motivation here, lots of it for both sides.

Victor: You're asking me to go to that son of a bitch with hat in hand? You know something? Jail time doesn't look so bad right now.

Silva: Please, don't let your feelings misguide you here. This is a matter of choosing the lesser, by far, of two evils. We'll make sure that Jabot signs an agreement guaranteeing that they can't sue you about this ever again. It'll be finished, done with. There's pressure here, Victor. People are fed up with the impression that there's one set of laws for rich C.E.O.s and another set for everyone else.

Victor: Let me tell you something about that. Most rich C.E.O.s are rich because they provide jobs for a lot of people. Don't you ever forget that.

Silva: All right. As you point out, I've made my case. I'll leave you to think about it.


Lauren: You wish Kevin had died?

Paul: A lot of people in this town would tell you the same thing.

Lauren: But that doesn't make it right.

Paul: Fine. Whatever.

Lauren: Paul, every life is precious, even someone like Kevin and all the horrible things that he has done. And deep down, I know you think that, too.

Paul: You're not blaming yourself for everything that happened, are you?

Lauren: Maybe I am-- a little.

Paul: Well, donít. You didn't do anything wrong.

Lauren: No? I lied to him. He told me that he has never been able to trust anyone, and he thought I was different. But I wasn't, was I?

Paul: Lauren, you had good reason to do what you did. He had been eluding the authorities for months. Thanks to you, we almost nailed the guy.

Lauren: Yeah, and thanks to me, Kevin almost killed himself last night. I drove him to that point.

Paul: No.

Lauren: Me! I mean, my God! I wanted to get the goods on him, and I knew it was going to be dangerous--

Paul: Lauren, stop it.

Lauren: But I--

Paul: You are not responsible for pushing Kevin Fisher over the edge. He was unstable long before you entered the picture.

Lauren: Do you think it was from his childhood or--

Paul: I don't know. I mean, Michael told me a little bit about his childhood. It sounds like his dad was a real winner.

Lauren: Makes you wonder, doesn't it?

Paul: Makes you wonder about what?

Lauren: If things could have been different, you know, if Kevin had grown up in a home where he felt safe and loved.

Paul: There are a lot of people that were raised with rotten childhoods but managed to turn it around and make something positive out of their lives.

Lauren: Well, maybe he still can.

Paul: Right now my main concern is getting Fisher off the streets. I know you're hoping he's changed after last night, but you know what? It is also possible that he's even angrier, and that makes him even more dangerous.


Michael: I would never hit you.

Kevin: Thanks.

Michael: Kevin, you can't keep using this suicide thing to get what you want. It abuses our connection.

Kevin: And what about accusing me of a crime?

Michael: I didn't accuse you of... you know what? Fine, never mind. We'll play it your way. It's probably better I don't know a whole lot at this point anyway. I'll just be there when you need me.

Kevin: You'll be there?

Michael: Yeah.

Kevin: Why?

Michael: That's a good question. That's a very good question. I have to admit that when you first showed up I was a bit dismayed. I'm a little afraid to tell you this because it gives you a kind of power over me, and I'm pretty sure you're gonna use it.

Kevin: Don't do me any favors, Mikey.

Michael: I can't help it. We're family. And it's like you said, we've been through a lot together. I mean, we have.

Kevin: Most of it wasn't good.

Michael: Be that as it may.

Michael: All right, you know, I have to go--people to see, appointments to keep. Can I trust you? I really cannot deal with suicidal phone calls just because you want some attention.

Kevin: I wonít. I'll be okay.

Michael: You don't really want to die, do you?

Kevin: No.

Michael: All right. Well, I'll check in. And get some upholstery cleaner for your couch, 'cause, uh... it doesn't smell good up close. Really.

Kevin: Well, what do you know? I got myself a real brother.


Jill: You should have told me. You should have told me, Mother. It would have changed everything.

Kay: Your mind was made up and nobody could reach you. Anyway, no matter now-- die is cast.

Jill: (Clears throat) Bill, it's Jill Abbott. Yeah, yeah, I know. It's been too long since you heard from me about the remodel. Get your men. We're gonna need a full crew out here. I want the scaffolding gone, and I want everything in the house put back the way it was. And I want it done today. Thanks.

Kay: Thank you...

Kay: Daughter. Daughter.


(Knock on door) (Door opens)

Sharon: (Gasps)

Nikki: Sharon, hi. Is now a good time?

Sharon: (Sighs) for what, another one of your harangues?

Nikki: Look, I'm on my way to an appointment, but I wanted to stop by first.

Sharon: Oh, joy.

Nikki: Sharon, believe it or not, I am not here to harass you. I have a request to make.

Sharon: A request?

Nikki: Yes, one that I hope you'll take very seriously.


Jack: I realize that, Bruce. We can't keep robbing peter to pay Paul forever. At some point, we need new money. Cash. I know. Yeah, get back to me. (Telephone rings)

Jack: Yeah.

Victor: It's me.

Jack: Me? Who's me?

Victor: Have you got time for a meeting?

Jack: With you? No, I donít. As a matter of fact--

Victor: Make time. I'll be there in 30 minutes.


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

Ashley: I've come to the conclusion that this entire project is a waste of our time and money.


Hank: What time did you leave the Athletic Club?

Sharon: What does that matter?

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