Wednesday Y&R Transcript 2/25/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 2/25/04--Canada; Thursday 2/26/04

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Victor: I remember saying to you that your job might still be available if you came back, if you still wanted it.

Phyllis: Yes, you sort of promised that.

Victor: No, I did not promise it.

Phyllis: Okay, all right. Bottom line-- you changed your mind?

Victor: Let me explain something to you. My life has become rather complicated, all right?

Phyllis: Well, my life is pretty complicated, too, Victor.

Victor: Let me finish. My life has become very complicated. The future of my company and the future of my family are up in the air. And till I get this crisis behind me, I am not able to focus on a damn thing, all right?

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gina: I'll take care of this. Run downstairs and get a case of merlot.

Waiter: Okay.

Gina: Hey, where's Christine?

Danny: Hi. Court appearance.

Gina: Oh. Well, you look a little lonely sitting there. Could you use some company?

Danny: Aren't you on the clock?

Gina: Well, it'll be a few minutes before the lunch crowd arrives. I think I could spare a little time. Actually, it'll feel good to sit down. Oh, wait a minute. May I have a cup? Thanks. So what's new?

Danny: A lot. I spoke to Daniel yesterday.

Gina: How's my nephew doing?

Danny: He's great. He's gonna be spending some time in Genoa City.

Gina: You mean, he's coming home?! That's great. When?

Danny: After spring semester.

Gina: Oh, honey, that's so terrific.

Danny: Yeah, it is. It really is.

Gina: Oh, yeah? Why don't you seem happier about it?

Danny: No, I am, believe me. Are you kidding? I miss him like crazy.

Gina: But...

Danny: Well, you know, I mentioned it to Phyllis and--

Gina: Yeah, I'm sure she wants to see him.

Danny: I'm just not so sure that Danielís ready for that.

Gina: Daniel may not be ready, and you may not be ready.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

John: Oh, Diane, these are really wonderful pictures. I didn't know you were such a talented photographer.

Diane: I love this one. Look at the expression on his face. He is such a little ham when I ask him to pose.

Jack: Well, he takes after his old man.

Diane: Oh, Jack. I didn't hear you come in.

Jack: Yeah, I noticed.

John: We were just looking at some snapshots of your son.

Kyle: We made extra copies for you, Grandpa.

John: Well, you did? Well, I think I might have something for you.

Kyle: A present?

John: How did you guess? You know what? I think it's hiding upstairs. What do you say we go up there and find it? Come on. Let's do it. Oh, my goodness.

Jack: (Chuckles) well, you and the old man seem to be great friends these days.

Diane: Yeah, how about that? Big surprise, huh?

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bobby: It's a great song.

Brittany: Yeah, it is. But I'm not gonna be singing it at Marsino's this weekend.

Bobby: Oh, yes, you are.

Brittany: Bobby.

Bobby: I know. It's your call, not mine. But just hurry up and make up your mind you're gonna do it. I'll set everything up.

Brittany: Stop. Look, I expect Raul to be a little bit unrealistic, but you're a businessman. You have a product to sell-- beautiful women taking their clothes off.

Bobby: Yeah, and since you come along, I also got high-class music on the menu. You're a huge draw. Don't you understand that?

Brittany: I was a huge draw. Get real, would you? You let me sing, but we both know what the appeal was to your customers.

Bobby: Look, you were a great stripper. Guys couldn't keep their eyes off you.

Brittany: Bobby, please. I know what you're trying to do, and I appreciate it, but it isn't going to work. The guys who come into Marsino's aren't gonna want to look at me. I don't want to look at me. Don't you get it?

Bobby: Listen, honey, you gotta get back out into the world.

Brittany: No, I donít.

Bobby: Yes, you do. And you're gonna put on a show for me at my club.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

(Knock on door)

Nikki: All right, I'm here now. What is it? Has something happened to one of the kids, what?

Sharon: No, the kids are fine.

Nikki: Sharon, I came racing here all the way from downtown. Your message said it was urgent.

Sharon: Nikki, I only asked you to call.

Nikki: Well, what's going on? Obviously something is. Look at you.

Sharon: You're gonna have to bear with me, all right? This has not been a good day.

Nikki: Yeah, yeah, what else is new?

Sharon: Can we please not rehash all that? Please? This is not easy for me, all right?

Nikki: Well, what is it?

Sharon: I need to talk to you. It's extremely important. It's probably the most important talk I've ever had with anyone.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Brittany: Bobby, you're not listening. I can't sing at Marsino's for so many reasons.

Bobby: If you're worried about safety, donít. I hired more bouncers.

Brittany: That's not gonna make any difference when the guys in the club see my face. There'll be a stampede for the door.

Bobby: Mnh-mnh. Anybody disrespects you; they're picking their teeth up off the floor.

Brittany: (Scoffs) oh, right. Like you're gonna order people to pretend I look normal.

Bobby: Brittany, everybody has accidents.

Brittany: Yeah, and when they do, they stop working in a job where you're supposed to look perfect.

Bobby: You wanna know the truth? It kinda turns me on.

Brittany: Oh, oh, please.

Bobby: No, no, no. It makes you kinda look exotic.

Brittany: Bobby, I'm as exotic as a squashed bug. I don't look... I know what you're trying to do, and it really is sweet, but I...

Bobby: Come on, just sing a song. You can still sing, can't you?

Brittany: I don't want to!

Bobby: Come on, just sing it. Look, it's easy. Mary had a little lamb little lamb come on. Come on; sing it with me, will ya? Mary had a little lamb ooh, come on.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gina: Thanks.

Danny: Am I that transparent?

Gina: I still think I can read my brother pretty well.

Danny: Okay. Yes, you are right. I'm not thrilled about Phyllis and Daniel getting together. And go ahead and say it.

Gina: Say what?

Danny: That I'm a horrible person.

Gina: Oh, Danny.

Danny: Well, aren't I? I me, what, I've had Daniel almost his whole life, and Phyllis wants a simple dinner with her son, and I'm over here hesitating.

Gina: And for good reason. Or have you forgotten that woman's track record?

Danny: No, but--

Gina: But nothing. So some years have passed by, that doesn't erase that woman's history. Phyllis has pulled some pretty despicable stunts.

Danny: That's why I fought so hard for custody.

Gina: Well, you did the right thing. Thanks to you, he's happy, he's well-adjusted, and he has a bright future. You know, I hate to think of what sort of person he'd be today if he had been raised by Phyllis.

Danny: She says she's changed.

Gina: Yeah. Well, she says a lot of things.

Danny: Obviously, you don't believe she has.

Gina: Well, I wouldn't go that far.

Danny: What do you mean?

Gina: Well, she seems to have matured a little. I guess being married to Jack has been good for her, and she really is great with Kyle.

Danny: Jack's son.

Gina: Yeah. The three of them used to come into the restaurant a lot.

Danny: Yeah, she mentioned something very interesting about Kyle-- how she got so close to him that she started to feel like his mother and hadn't felt that way since Daniel and I went to Europe. It really got me thinking.

Gina: Yeah, I suppose she made you feel sorry for her?

Danny: No, I'm just wondering. I mean, if she could be such a great mother to a kid who's not even hers, then maybe she deserves a second chance with Daniel.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Victor: Now please don't get me wrong. This has nothing to do with you. You've been a very valuable asset to this company.

Phyllis: Yeah, I have always been loyal to Newman Enterprises.

Victor: And I'm aware that that loyalty has caused you a lot of hardships at home.

Phyllis: Listen, Jack and I work for competing companies, that couldn't be helped.

Victor: How are things going with you and Jack?

Phyllis: Well, things are in limbo right now.

Victor: Is there a chance that you might reconcile?

Phyllis: Well, I'm not giving up if that's what you mean.

Victor: Look, let me put it to you very bluntly. I have a problem with you coming back to this company now, because... tomorrow I walk into court and I will plead guilty, and hopefully, will get a sentence that won't be too harsh. However, your husband Jack Abbott will do everything in his power to make sure that I don't get off too lightly.

Phyllis: Well, that's up to the judge, isn't it?

Victor: Ultimately, yes. But your husband wants to make absolutely sure that I get the harshest sentence possible. He's gonna testify against me.

Phyllis: You're talking about jail time.

Victor: That's a distinct possibility.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Diane: Don't you give me that look, Jack Abbott.

Jack: What look?

Diane: Like you think I'm trying to suck up to your father.

Jack: Did I say anything?

Diane: No, but you thought it.

Jack: No, I didnít. I suppose it's my own fault that you feel a little defensive.

Diane: What do you mean?

Jack: Oh, the way I lit into you the other night, accusing you of having ulterior motives in getting Phyllis to give me back the orchid.

Diane: I admit, it hurt my feelings.

Jack: I know. And again, I'm sorry. I feel like a heel, lighting into you like that. You were only trying to help.

Diane: Well, I'm glad you finally figured that out. I hate it when we fight.

Jack: Yeah, I fight enough with my wife.

Diane: Oh, well, speaking of Phyllis, Kyle and I ran into her at the club earlier.

Jack: Uh-oh. How did that go?

Diane: How do you think? She believes I'm out to make problems for the two of you, and frankly, Jack, I am getting very tired of her attitude.

Jack: (Sighs)

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bobby: Are you gonna sing, or are you gonna make me do all the work here?

Brittany: Well, you're doing great, Bobby. Don't stop.

Bobby: Come on, sing a song, please?

Brittany: You're crazy.

Bobby: Fine. Mary had a little lamb little lamb little lamb

Brittany: Mary had a little lamb its face was quite a show

Bobby: See, but that's good. You can put that into your act.

Brittany: Yeah, right. "Ladies and gentlemen, it's Brittany Hodges and her trained facial scar, live on stage tonight." Bobby, it's not going to work. Give it up.

Bobby: No, I'm not gonna. Listen, I told you a long time ago that sometimes you don't feel like going on stage and perform, but you gotta do it anyways. That's what a star does.

Brittany: Oh, okay. Now you're making me mad. Now you're trying to put me in denial.

Bobby: Hey, you brought something to my club that I couldn't imagine in a million years, and I'm not gonna let you stop. You're too good.

Brittany: Bobby, I loved every minute I spent on stage at Marsino's. And I will treasure that memory always, but I'm not going back. It's over! I can't get back up there, not now!

Bobby: Brittany, what is wrong with you? I'm trying to offer you a headliner shot here.

Brittany: I don't want to show my face in public!

Bobby: Great. Fine. I'll tell you what, we'll put a bag on your head, and you can sing anyways.

Brittany: No!

Raul: What the hell's going on here?

Bobby: Oh, great. You know, you got a hard head.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Nikki: Don't tell me you're finally gonna listen to reason and tell us what you've been keeping from us.

Sharon: Something you said earlier made me believe maybe I could trust you.

Nikki: What was that?

Sharon: That you know Nick loves me with all his heart.

Nikki: Well, as much as it pains me, yes, I do realize that.

Sharon: Well, I hope you also realize how much I love him and how hard I have struggled to make amends, to be the kind of wife that Nick could be proud of and a daughter-in-law that you and Victor--

Nikki: Sharon, Sharon, Sharon, just, please, get to the point.

Sharon: This is the point, Nikki. It's the whole reason--

Nikki: What reason? What? Why the big build up?

Nikki: Sharon, what?

Sharon: I just want to be sure that you fully realize what was at stake for me, how much I had to lose, how much I still have to lose if... oh, God.

Nikki: Oh, my God, Sharon, are you all right? Do--do you need to sit down? Can I get you some water?

Sharon: You know, that may be the kindest thing that you have said to me in I don't even know how long it's been?

Nikki: Come on. Come on. Sit. You've obviously been under a terrible strain, and that's why you've been so erratic.

Sharon: You have no idea.

Nikki: All right, well, just tell me. Tell me. Get it off your chest.

Sharon: It's about Cameron.

Nikki: Cameron? Cameron Kirsten?

Sharon: You said before when you met him, you didn't like him.

Nikki: No, not particularly. He was very smooth. I didn't find him very trustworthy.

Sharon: You have no idea how right your instincts are, Nikki.

Nikki: Sharon, the way you say that--

Sharon: So help me God, that man is a monster. And as much as you have despised me, I can't imagine that you would ever wish on anyone what almost happened to me.

Nikki: What are you talking about? What "almost happened"?

Sharon: He tried to rape me, Nikki.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Raul: What the hell is this, Marsino, hmm? Your idea of some kind of therapy or something?

Bobby: Matter of fact, yeah. I just brought Brittany over a new song.

Raul: To sing at your club, what the hell are you thinking?

Bobby: Why not?

Raul: It makes no sense. I mean, you want to talk about a hard head? What the hell's it gonna take for you to see a bad thing when it's right in front of you?

Bobby: Look, she enjoyed singing at Marsino'S. She loved it.

Raul: Until it almost killed her.

Brittany: Okay, stop. Just stop it, both of you. While you two are fighting over whose gonna make my mind up for me, my mind's already made up. I am finished singing. It's over. Now could you please just keep it down in here so I could go to sleep for a few hours and forget about all this?

Bobby: Come on, Brittany.

Raul: Baby.

Brittany: Look, look, you guys are both really nice, and I really appreciate what you're trying to do. But just stop, okay? Just stop.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Jack: Look, I'm sure you can understand how Phyllis might feel that way.

Diane: Of course, and I am the first to admit that I have made some mistakes in the past. But I've changed, Jack.

Jack: But you can see how Phyllis might have a hard time swallowing that.

Diane: Well, what more can I do? All I tried to do is help time and time again, and then she just gives me this attitude.

Jack: The two of you really got into it, huh?

Diane: Well, I know it hurt her, the way Kyle acted, but there's no excuse for her to treat me so badly.

Jack: Whoa, wait a minute. What do you mean, "the way Kyle acted"?

Diane: Well, he was confused. He hasn't spent any real time with her in ages, so he clung to me. He wasn't all warm and fuzzy with Phyllis.

Jack: Phyllis loves that boy, Diane. You have to know that.

Diane: I do know that. And you love her, and I respect that. But it doesn't mean that I have to put up with her nastiness. In fact, from now on, I want nothing more to do with the woman.

Jack: Diane, you can't--

Diane: No, Jack. No, Jack, I mean it. Kyle and I were having a lovely time until Phyllis barged in. Well, I don't have to take that abuse. So will you do me a favor, and just tell her to stay away from me?

Jack: Look, I am sorry about what happened. I'm sure Phyllis put you through the wringer. I just--

Diane: You know what? I don't even want to talk about it. It's too painful.

Jack: Okay, okay, we'll change the subject, but... let's talk about our beautiful son. Here he is. (Laughs) hey, buddy.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Victor: The point is, if you were to come back to work for me...

Phyllis: You think Jack would go ballistic.

Victor: Well, it certainly wouldn't help you in your marriage.

Phyllis: Well, you know what, Victor? That's very nice of you, but that's between Jack and me.

Victor: Both you and I know that would make a reconciliation almost impossible.

Phyllis: You know what? I'm willing to take that chance. I need my job back. I'm a little desperate right now.

Victor: You haven't talked to Jack lately, have you?

Phyllis: Why, is there something else I'm unaware of?

Victor: I've had a meeting with him a short while ago, and I thought I made him a very generous offer.

Phyllis: What sort of offer?

Victor: In order to avoid any further legal action, to settle this whole dispute out of court, I offered him $75 million.

Phyllis: $75 million?

Victor: $75 million.

Phyllis: That's a lot of cash.

Victor: That's a lot of cash.

Phyllis: And what was my husband's reaction?

Victor: He turned me down flat... because your husband is far more interested in the personal vendetta against me than in saving a company that's about to go bankrupt.

Phyllis: I'm sorry.

Victor: I don't blame you.

Phyllis: Well, you must blame me a little.

Victor: No. Why do you say that?

Phyllis: Because I get the feeling you don't really want me to come back to work here, that you're glad to be getting rid of me.

-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gina: I'm sorry. I think there's one more thing you should consider here.

Danny: What's that?

Gina: Your son. Does Daniel even want to see Phyllis again?

Danny: I haven't asked him.

Gina: Well, don't you think you should?

Danny: What if he says no?

Gina: Well, then that'll be the end of it.

Danny: Well, maybe it shouldn't be the end. I mean, maybe spending time with Phyllis is exactly what Daniel needs. He's older now. It might be good for him to have his mother in his life again.

Gina: I don't think I'd push too hard on this, Danny. It might backfire.

Danny: I guess I won't know anything until I talk to him, find out what's in his head. Oh, man, that's a conversation I'm not looking forward to.

Gina: What are you talking about? The two of you have a great relationship. You guys can talk about anything.

Danny: Not when it comes to Phyllis, we canít.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bobby: Thanks a lot. I was doing great till you showed up.

Raul: Sure you were, Bobby. Yeah, I could tell by how loudly you guys were yelling at each other.

Bobby: I was just trying to get through to her that every minute she sits around feeling sorry for herself, the worse it's gonna be.

Raul: Oh, and your approach was so sensitive?

Bobby: Nah, that's your department.

Raul: Well, thank you very much, because that's exactly what Brittany needs right now.

Bobby: No, she needs to get off her butt.

Raul: You can't push her.

Bobby: Hey, somebody here's got to.

Raul: Your caveman approach, it's not gonna work with her.

Bobby: Oh, and you know all too well what will work.

Raul: As a matter of fact, yes, I do. You ever heard of recuperation, making adjustments, absorbing change, you know, thinking ahead so you can plot out your next move? I mean, I realize that's for people with brains--

Bobby: Oh, watch your mouth right there, before I shut it for you.

Raul: I rest my case. You're a gorilla, Marsino. You don't know how to take care of Brittany. Get outta here, all right? And let me handle her. Go on.

------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Kyle: Mommy, look.

Diane: Grandpa got you that?

Jack: Wow, a new mitt.

Diane: And look at that cap.

Jack: Pretty cool, huh?

Diane: I hope you thanked grandpa, gave him a great, big hug.

Kyle: Uh-huh.

Jack: Nothing makes my old man any happier these days than spoiling his grandson.

Diane: It's really sweet of John.

Jack: Hey, mister, what do you say you and I go to Chicago one day this summer to watch the Cubs play?

Kyle: Yeah!

Jack: Yeah. We can go on opening day.

Diane: Well, hang on, Dad. It sounds fine unless it's a school day.

Jack: Uh, Mom, I have it on good authority that opening day at Wrigley field is a national holiday. It is in my book.

Kyle: Can Mommy come, too?

Jack: Uh, sure. The more the merrier.

Diane: We'll see, sweetie.

Jack: What, you got something against baseball games?

Diane: No, I just don't want to make him any promises, in case, you know...

Jack: No, I donít. What?

Diane: Your situation with Phyllis changes. You might want to take her instead.

Jack: Yeah, I wouldn't hold my breath.

Jack: Hey, what is it? What's wrong?

Diane: They grow up fast, don't they?

Jack: Yeah. Yeah, it wasn't that long ago he was crawling around here.

Diane: You're a natural, Jack. A little boy couldn't ask for a better father.

Jack: Thanks. Hey, slugger, come over here. Let me see that mitt. Wow. Incredible. Did I ever tell you the story of when I was 8 years old, and I almost caught a fly ball?

Diane: Almost.

Jack: Almost.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Victor: I'm not saying that at all. I'm not saying that you should never come back to this company and work here.

Phyllis: Okay. So what are you saying?

Victor: That I'm too busy with my own problems right now to even focus on this.

Phyllis: All right. Okay.

Victor: All right?

Phyllis: You must think that I'm just pathetic. I'm just... I'm so embarrassed, begging you for my job.

Victor: I'm not thinking that at all, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Okay. I'm just... I'm at my wit's end, that's all.

Victor: I understand.

Phyllis: Okay. I don't know where my marriage stands, and to make matters worse, Diane Jenkins is back in the picture.

Victor: Ooh. What, are they having a relationship, or what?

Phyllis: Oh, no. Well, not yet, anyway. Not yet. She's been after my husband for years. And, you know, it's just... and now she has it that her son won't even talk to me... which kills me, because, um, we became really close. We were... we were sort of like mother and son. Anyway, um... it's just... it's very difficult for me to see the little guy drifting away. And on top of that, my ex-husband is back in town.

Victor: Who's your ex-husband?

Phyllis: Danny Romalotti.

Victor: Danny Romalotti? Oh, he's the singer?

Phyllis: Yeah, Danny Romalotti, the singer.

Victor: Really?

Phyllis: Anyway, uh, he has custody of my biological son, and, um... and he won't even talk about him with me, but, um, there's really not much I could do.

Victor: I'm sorry to hear that. Things look bleak for you, don't they?

Phyllis: Yeah, things are kinda bleak for me. So, Victor, that's-- that's why I wanted my job back. Because it was kind of a lifeline for me. Really, um, it'll give me a reason to get up in the morning.

Victor: For all the reasons I just mentioned to you, I don't think it's a good idea if you come back to work for me now.

Phyllis: Wait a second. I have a great idea.

Victor: What?

Phyllis: Listen, this is what I'm gonna do, I'm gonna go to Jack, and I'm gonna convince him to take you up on your offer. I will convince him to accept the $75 million.

Victor: No, please, please, please, don't get involved in that, okay? Don't get involved in that.

Phyllis: I'm sorry that I-I've come to you, but I honestly... I don't know where else to turn.

Victor: Don't be sorry. Tell you what... I'll make you a deal. The court hearing is behind me, come back, and we'll talk about it, all right? Then I know what lies ahead for me.

Phyllis: Okay. You're a man of your word.

Victor: Let me tell you something, you're not only a valuable asset as an employee to me. You're almost a friend to me, and I appreciate that. You've been very, very loyal, okay? Um, right now, however, I'm fighting for the future of my company, I'm fighting for the future of my family. I can't focus on a damn thing other than that.

Phyllis: I understand, because I'm in the exact same situation.

Victor: And, Phyllis, please, don't-- don't feel badly about coming here and telling me these things, all right? It's all right.

Phyllis: Thank you.

Victor: Okay.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bobby: You know, you think you got this all figured out because you study, I don't know, ancient Greek philosophers or whatever at college, but I got news for you. The only thing she needs to do to "absorb" what happened to her face is for her to get out in the world and do something.

Raul: Anything at all?

Bobby: Yeah. That's why they call it "facing up" to reality.

Raul: She's grieving, okay? You know, she's in there... she feels bad because she thinks she's ugly.

Bobby: Oh, and grieving's gonna make her pretty again?

Raul: It's part of a process, Marsino, just like Dr. Winters said. Weren't you paying attention when she was talking to us? You know, you ought to do a little studying yourself, Marsino. There's actually a world outside of a strip club where they think about that kind of stuff, how to get over a tragedy when you're hurt bad. You know, dealing with change, it's not always about just pulling up your socks and getting on with your life. You know, there are things, that if you don't deal with them right away, you just carry them around with you forever, until you--

Bobby: You know, I heard enough of this garbage.

Raul: Great. Can you leave now?

Bobby: You'd like that, wouldn't you?

Raul: What, you out of Brittanyís life? You know, I'll admit, throughout this whole thing, you've been a pretty good guy.

Bobby: Gee, thanks.

Raul: Of course, if Brittany had never met you, she wouldn't be in the shape she's in right now.

Bobby: Yeah, she also wouldn't know that she's got what it takes to be a singer.

Raul: Maybe. You know, whatever. Yeah, you know what? We are so grateful to you for that. The point is, you have one thing you can offer Brittany, and that's the stage at your club. That's it. And that's all she ever wanted from you, you know that? The spotlight, your microphone-- the whole package. When she was up there singing, she was radiant. That's how happy she was.

Bobby: And you're sure that's the only reason?

Raul: Well, I'm sure you think it's partly because of you, right?

Bobby: Damn right, I do. Brittany's crazy about me. We got chemistry, club or no club.

Raul: Yeah, you know what? You keep telling yourself whatever it is you need to hear. That doesn't matter, 'cause you know what? She's not getting back on your damn stage. There is no more spotlight. That part of Brittanyís life is over. You hear me? It's over.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Gina: Are you saying that Daniel doesn't even like to talk about his mother?

Danny: Every time I mention her name, he shuts down.

Gina: Why do you think that is?

Danny: Chris wonders if he resents Phyllis for abandoning him.

Gina: But you told him why Phyllis has kept her distance.

Danny: Because she agrees he's better off with me. I assumed that he accepted that. Maybe I was wrong. Maybe he does have some real issues towards his Mom.

Gina: Has he talked to anyone, maybe a counselor?

Danny: No. You think he should?

Gina: Well, it might not be a bad idea. He could get some of his feelings out.

Danny: Or maybe it's time he gets to know his mother, you know? The kind of person she is, flaws and all. I wish I knew what to do, what the best thing was.

Gina: Well, I wish I had some advice for you, too. But whatever you do is gonna be right, because you're a wonderful father.

Danny: Thank you. Listen, I'm gonna get going.

Gina: You gonna keep me posted?

Danny: I will. Love you, sis.

Gina: Love you.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Phyllis: (Thinking) damn! That's Dianeís car. Oh, what the hell is she doing here now?

Diane: What's this one? Where do you think this one--

Kyle: Helicopter!

Diane: Helicopter. Okay. And where does this one go?

Phyllis: Oh, I think that one goes there, right?

Diane: Phyllis, he can do it himself, you know?

Phyllis: Oh, hi to you, too, Diane. Hey, how you doing, honey? Hey, why are you so quiet? What's going on?

Diane: Nothing's going on. He just hasn't seen enough of his step mom lately, that's all.

Phyllis: Oh, you haven't seen enough of your step mommy? Well, let's change that. You want to come over to my house, and we'll spend all day together playing games and doing stuff?

Kyle: Do I have to, Mommy?

Phyllis: (Thinking) just when I want to talk to Jack and convince him to accept Victor's offer, here she is, in my way.

Jack: I was out in center field, and the ball was coming straight to me. I had my glove up, ready to catch it, coming straight at me, and whoosh! Suddenly another glove just grabbed it. I turned around, and it was this big kid. He was 13, and he had a moustache, and--

Diane: Jack.

Jack: Okay, he didn't have a moustache.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Bobby: So what happens now? You get your way, she spends the next few years with her nose in a book, and what, gets a job as a high school teacher?

Raul: It's not about what I want.

Bobby: Oh, sure it is. Or better yet, how about she gets money from Daddy, and he takes care of her for the rest of her life? Look, we're not gonna agree on what's best for Brittany.

Raul: No, we aren't, and we don't have to, because Brittanyís gonna figure this out for herself.

Bobby: Oh, and how the hell is that gonna happen with her sitting around here doing nothing, you bringing her down?

Raul: No, I'm letting her heal.

Bobby: She needs to sing again.

Raul: Not on your timetable.

Bobby: Let me tell you something, she needs to get back on that stage. She needs to sing, or she's gonna lose something important, something that matters, something in here.

Raul: You know what? Maybe Brittany is gonna sing again, but it sure as hell is not gonna be at Marsino's. No way.

Bobby: Fine. Well, let me know when you get her lined up at Carnegie Hall. And if they're booked, and you figure out that she's gotta get back on the horse that threw her off, give me a call.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Nikki: Cameron tried to rape you?

Sharon: Yes.

Nikki: When?

Sharon: After the New Yearís Eve party.

Nikki: Sharon, you didn't--

Sharon: No, no, I didn't sleep with him. God, no.

Nikki: Well, where did this happen?

Sharon: At a motel.

Nikki: A mo-- what were you doing at a motel with him?

Sharon: He forced me to go there, Nikki. He said if I didn't, he would make up all kinds of lies and tell Nick, so I couldn't say no. It was too dangerous. He would have made all kinds of trouble for me. So he told me to meet him at this horrible dive motel on the outskirts of town.

Nikki: That was when Nicholas was at the office working on that proposal until all hours.

Sharon: That was all Cameronís doing. He manipulated the whole situation so that my husband would be out of the way. And he was so proud of himself, that he had that power. So I went there just to tell him once and for all that I would have no part in this, and then he tried to force himself on me.

Nikki: And he's been missing ever since.

Sharon: He isn't missing, Nikki. I killed him.

Back to The TV MegaSite's Y&R Site

Try our short recaps, detailed updates, and best lines!

Advertising Info | F.A.Q. | Credits | Search | Site MapWhat's New
Contact Us
| Jobs | Business Plan | Privacy | Mailing Lists

Do you love our site? Hate it? Have a question?  Please send us email at feedback@tvmegasite.net

      

Please visit our partner sites:

Suzann.com  Bella Online
The Scorpio Files
Hunt Block.com (Home of Hunt's Blockheads)

Amazon Honor System Click Here to Pay Learn More  

Main Navigation within The TV MegaSite:

Home | Daytime Soaps | Primetime TV | Soap MegaLinks | Trading