Friday Y&R Transcript 3/5/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 3/5/04--Canada; Monday 3/8/04

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Jill: Tell me there wasn't liquor in that cup.

Kay: What cup?

Jill: Don't play games with me. I know what I saw, Mother.

Jill: Oh, I knew it. I knew it.

Kay: Well, bully for you. I know how important it is for you to always be right and have it your way.

Jill: Why? Why, Katherine, in the name of God are you doing this?

Kay: I do not have to justify myself to you.

Jill: I thought you were fighting it. I thought you were winning.

Kay: When are you ever gonna get it through that thick skull of yours? It will be my decision whether or not I drink, and there is absolutely nothing you can do about it.

Jill: Well, we'll just see about that.

Kay: Oh, my, yes. That's right, go and search all of those drawers. Go on your little Easter egg hunt. I mean, it's no more childish than your determination to run my life.


Colleen: Hey. (Humming to music)

J.T.: There you go.

Colleen: Oh, I like this.

J.T.: You like it? Smokey Robinson.

Colleen: Is that who that is?

J.T.: Yeah, he's great, isn't he?

Colleen: Um, yeah. Who's Smokey Robinson?

J.T.: You don't know who Smokey Robinson is? He's an R&B legend. He's, like, only one of the all-time greats.

Colleen: Oh.

J.T.: Yeah, look at this-- Smokey Robinson.

Colleen: Hey, well, I'm guessing you're a fan.

J.T.: Oh, yeah, huge. He's like one of my idols, I guess. Listen to this, though.

Colleen: What?

J.T.: He's playing tonight at the Regency in town, but by the time I found out about the concert, it was sold out.

Colleen: Oh, I'm sorry.

J.T.: Well, I wish I would have known earlier. You know me, I would have stood in line all night for those tickets.

Colleen: Okay, well, I guess you're just gonna have to settle for little old me.

J.T.: Yeah, well, I'll try to survive.

Colleen: How about I treat you to a cup of coffee? I'm meeting Lily and Sierra at the Crimson Lights.

J.T.: No, no, I've seen way too much of that place lately.

Colleen: Okay.

J.T.: But the craziest thing happened to me there today.

Colleen: What?

J.T.: This woman offered me a record contract. She said she saw me playing at the club at the Valentine's dance, and she just wanted to sign me up. What do you think about that?

Colleen: What?


Lauren: Oh, I could get used to this.

Paul: Oh, yeah, what's that?

Lauren: You stopping by unannounced.

Paul: Oh, well, I just happened to be in the neighborhood.

Lauren: You were?

Paul: Yeah, after I got in my car and drove over here.

Lauren: Right, that's what I thought.

Paul: Funny guy, aren't I?

Lauren: You are.

Paul: So, um, how's your day been?

Lauren: So much better since you showed up.

Paul: Oh, that's a good answer.

Lauren: Isn't it?

Paul: Yes, I like that.

Lauren: You know, I called you last night, but I got your voice mail.

Paul: Oh, yeah, well, I had to go out for awhile.

Lauren: Hot date?

Paul: Hardly. I went to see Michael Baldwin. Hadn't spoken to him since that night in Kevinís apartment.

Lauren: Did he say anything about his brother?

Paul: Well, there haven't been any more episodes that we know of, if that's what you mean.

Lauren: Thank God.

Paul: Can't stop thinking about it?

Lauren: I'll never forget it as long as I live, the image of Kevin with that gun. He came this close to taking his life right in front of me.

Paul: Proving what I've said all along. The guy needs to be locked up. He is unstable, Lauren. We just don't know when he's gonna go off the deep end.


Michael: Drucilla, I don't mean to be inhospitable, but I have already had one... I've already had one hell of a day.

Dru: Didn't I already tell you I didn't come by to cause you any trouble, Michael?

Michael: Yeah, well, what I've heard about you is that... you're an intelligent, good-natured woman who normally I would love to spend time talking to.

Dru: And you heard that from whom?

Michael: Just everybody.

Dru: Liar, liar, pants on fire, but at least you know which lies to tell.

Michael: I try. (Knocks on table) so?

Dru: So I hear good things about you, too, as an attorney.

Michael: Now who's the liar?

Dru: No, no, I mean it. There's loads of people in Genoa City that do not like you. However, the must step up to the plate and admit you are very solid in court.

Michael: They're right. I am.

Dru: So then I've come to the right place. My family has been through a terrible ordeal because of a certain young man by the name of Kevin Fisher. I mean, what kind of a man takes advantage of a young girl, a minor, uses her, has sex with her and gives her a disease? Our lives have been turned upside down on every level because of him.

Michael: I'm sure. I'm sure they have, but, uh, what is it you want me to do?

Dru: I want you to help me take him to court. I want you to help me sue Kevin Fisher.


Sierra: Lily, you've got to let it go. You can't let that freak Kevin drive you crazy.

Lily: Look, what Kevin did to me--it doesn't just go away. I mean, every time I think about maybe going out on another date or meeting another guy, I think of Kevin and the disease that he gave me, and I feel dirty.

Sierra: Yeah, but you can't let him ruin your life, Lily.

Lily: Sometimes I think that he already has. I just get so furious! I hate him.

Kevin: I am so sorry, Lily. I mean that. I truly am sorry.


Jill: Well, somebody sure as hell better run your life, if this is the way you're doing it.

Kay: And who better to hand out that advice?

Jill: Katherine, just save us both a lot of time, okay, and tell me where you stashed your bottles.

Kay: But this is so amusing.

Jill: It is not the least bit amusing. The kitchen--that's where you were coming from!

Kay: Oh, by all means, you search that kitchen. You tackle every room in this enormous house. I have bottles stashed everywhere in very highly imaginative places. But if you find them all, the game has to start all over again, and, uh, next time I'll just have to be more clever.

Jill: No, no, there won't be any next time.

Kay: Oh, of course there will, of course there will, as long as I say. Oh, you have been very diligent in calling every one of those liquor store owners, but money, Jill, money, money. Look at me! Money talks. I can always get more. Now there's nothing you can do to stop me from drinking, so give it up.

Jill: Give up on you? That's what you're asking me to do, and, Mother, I canít. I wonít.

Kay: I'm sick and tired of arguing with you, do you understand me? My life is my life. My life is my life! I will drink if I want to drink, and so be it. So be it.

Jill: (Sobbing)

Arthur: I was about to ring the bell.

Jill: Then you heard.

Arthur: I heard enough.

Jill: God, I had such high hopes.

Arthur: Oh, I know you did, Jill.

Jill: What are we gonna do now? How are we gonna stop her from killing herself?

Arthur: I move in. It could be the answer-- strength in numbers.

Jill: I, um, don't think that that's such a good idea.

Arthur: Well, why would you say that? Your mother obviously needs all our support right now, and if my being here could have a positive impact, then I should stay.

Jill: I just think that there are too many unknowns.

Arthur: Well, I'm not proposing to spring it on her. I'll talk to Katherine first, get her reaction to my taking over one of the guest rooms. What, has your attitude changed towards us becoming a family?

Jill: No, no, no, it isn't that.

Arthur: Then why wouldn't you want me nearby where I could help?

Jill: Have you ever lived with an alcoholic? It is brutal, and that's on a good day. And I'm just af--

Arthur: You're afraid. You're afraid that, uh, it'll frighten me, is that it? It'll scare me away. Jill, listen to me. Whatever happens, I'm not going anywhere, so if that's your concern...

Jill: No, you don't know what you'd be getting yourself into.

Arthur: There's nothing your mother could dish out drunk or sober that I couldn't handle, believe me.

Jill: I'm not comfortable with this, okay? Please, please, give this some more thought before you open that can of worms.

Arthur: Jill, I'll be very careful, all right? Now shouldn't you be getting back to the office? I'll wait here until Katherine comes down. Everything is going to work out just fine, Jill. You'll see, hmm?


Colleen: This record contract, it's the real deal?

J.T.: Yeah. Look, she even gave me her fancy little card.

Colleen: "Shiloh. Talent Manager. Beachfront Records." It happened just like that, out of the blue?

J.T.: Yeah, I was minding my own business, sitting there, and then all of a sudden she shows up talking about me singing at the club and offering me a contract.

Colleen: Oh, my God! That's so amazing. Do you realize what kind of opportunity this is? It's like a dream come true.

J.T.: Yeah, maybe for some people. I mean, I'm sure Brittany would love it, but it's not for me, and I told her that.

Colleen: You told her that?

J.T.: I told her I wasn't interested. That's it.

Colleen: You turned her down? Are you out of her mind? You could have been playing gigs all over the country.

J.T.: Oh, come on, Colleen. I'm not that good.

Colleen: Well, apparently you are, because people like Shiloh wouldn't be wasting their time.

J.T.: Shiloh heard me play one song. One song, that's it.

Colleen: God, you don't get it, do you? This is your ticket, your big chance to do something amazing with your life.

J.T.: Maybe, maybe not. But it's not for me, at least not right now.

Colleen: But you might never get a chance like this again.

J.T.: Well, great, because I never wanted a singing career, Colleen.

Colleen: You're making a mistake. This could change your life. You could be a star.

J.T.: Look, I've made my decision, all right? I don't want to talk about it anymore.


Lauren: So you still think that Kevinís dangerous?

Paul: More then ever.

Lauren: Does Michael?

Paul: Who the hell knows what Baldwin thinks?

Lauren: Ah, so I'm assuming your conversation didn't go well.

Paul: Yeah, pretty much a complete waste of time.

Lauren: What happened?

Paul: Well, I asked Baldwin if Kevin said anything to him that night.

Lauren: Like what?

Paul: Anything we could use to put him away.

Lauren: Are you kidding me? You actually think that Michael would have told you if he had?

Paul: Well, yes.

Lauren: Paul, come on!

Paul: What?

Lauren: You think that Michaelís gonna betray his own flesh and blood?

Paul: Oh, come on, Lauren. This goes way beyond biology. The guy is a sociopath. He had sex with an underage girl. He burned down Ginaís. He nearly killed colleen.

Lauren: But you don't have proof.

Paul: Great. Now you sound just like Baldwin.

Lauren: No, no, no. Wait, hold on. No, I'm not saying that he's innocent, and I'm not saying that he shouldn't pay for his crimes. Just put yourself in Michaelís shoes. If anyone's gonna give him the benefit of the doubt, it's going to be his brother.

Paul: All right, and you, apparently.

Lauren: Okay, that's unfair.

Paul: Okay, all right, I'm sorry. You know, but for the life of me, I don't understand where all this sympathy is coming from, especially after what Kevin did to you personally.


Michael: Listen, Drucilla, the truth is, I've hit a stretch of rough road lately. I'm not sure I'll have my license to practice law much longer.

Dru: So let's get on with it, shall we?

Michael: Okay.

Dru: Okay.

Michael: Okay.

Dru: Okay.

Michael: What you're proposing, it's not practical. When you sue in civil court, you expect to get something out of it, usually money. Does this Kevin Fisher have loads of money?

Dru: Oh, God, no. I'm sure he's flat broke, but that's not the point.

Michael: I'm sorry. It is the point.

Dru: No, the point is, as a mother, I cannot stand for that bastard to be out there free as a bird one moment longer not being held accountable in front of a judge in a courtroom for what he's done.

Michael: This wouldn't be a criminal trial. The respondent comes in. He testifies. He goes home. He's not draped in heavy irons. He's not put in the hot seat. With no money, there's nothing at stake. And you will get very little satisfaction of the type you're looking for out of the deal.

Dru: Perhaps if there was some evidence, you know, just a shred of evidence to present to the police.

Michael: You're that sure it's Kevin Fisher?

Dru: I've never been more certain of anything in my entire life. A 15-year-old child, my daughter, we lived in Paris. We did everything together. I know this child like the back of my hand. I know the temptations, the pressures that a teenager goes through. Lily is a very good child.

Michael: I'm sure she's a good child.

Dru: Lost her virginity at the age of 15 to Kevin Fisher, because he knew her weaknesses, and he preyed on her. And he played her like a violin, and I will do everything as a mother to make sure he pays for what he did to her. Do you understand how I feel?

Michael: You know, don't you? Stop the charade, Drucilla. You know Kevin Fisher's my brother.


Sierra: Kevin, what are you doing here?

Kevin: Look, I'm just trying to make amends.

Lily: Yeah, well, you can't, so don't even start.

Kevin: Lily, um, I don't know what I'm supposed to say to you.

Lily: Try nothing.

Kevin: Look, I meant what I said at the Valentine's dance, okay? I know you were only pretending to be nice to me, and...

Sierra: Yeah, and believe me, it wasn't easy.

Kevin: Leading me on so you can set me up-- that wasn't really fair.

Lily: Why not, Kevin? You did it to me and I don't know how many other girls. You know, I heard that you tried to off yourself that night after you found out. Too bad you didn't succeed.

Sierra: Lily!

Lily: I can't believe I just said that. But, you know, that's how you make me feel, Kevin-- cruel and angry and full of hate. That is what you did to me!

Kevin: Look, I mean it when I say that I'm trying to make things better.

Lily: Yeah, well, you can't make thing better! Because of you, because I was dumb enough to listen to you, I will have scars for the rest of my life!

Kevin: I'm sorry. I'm sorry that you're still so angry.

Lily: Yeah, well, I am sorry that you can't give me my virginity back, and I'm sorry that you gave me an S.T.D. And I'm sorry that you tried to murder my friend, and I'm sorry that you were even born! Why did you do this to me, Kevin? Why are you even pretending to be sorry? Because you can't erase what you did. You cannot take it back. Why did I let this happen to me? Why did I have to be so stupid? Why don't you just go away and leave me alone?!

Kevin: I...

Sierra: Just get out of here. Can't you see what you're doing to her? Just leave, Kevin. Go.


(Closes drawer)

Arthur: (Clears throat)

Kay: Oh, my God, Arthur, what are you doing here?

Arthur: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to startle you.

Kay: I didn't even know you arrived.

Arthur: Jill let me in.

Kay: Oh.

Arthur: Katherine, um, did you know that that plant over there is quite dry? Now I know it's better to neglect a little than to over water, but I'd say it's due for a good soaking.

Kay: Well, I didn't know you were such an expert at gardening, Arthur.

Arthur: Oh, yes, it's been a hobby of mine for years, both indoors and outdoors.

Kay: Yes, well, Esther used to take care of all of that stuff until Jill drove her away.


John: Why would you be asking me about Billy?

Jill: John, do you know where he is? Do you know how we can reach him?

John: All right, let me see. The last e-mail I got, let me think. Ah, Mississippi, that's it. You know, the group Brock set him up with-- they're building a clinic there.

Jill: Well, that's great. So do you have a number on him? How can we get in touch with him?

John: Besides his e-mail?

Jill: It takes him forever to respond to his e-mails, and he refuses to use his cell phone.

John: Jill, what is going on here? I mean, what's all the urgency?

Jill: Something has happened, and it's incredible. There is someone who wants to meet our son, and he is very anxious to get to know him.

John: Who?

Jill: I found my father, John. I found my birth father.

John: Oh.


Michael: Now I'm doing it-- calling Kevin my brother. We're half-brothers, actually.

Dru: If I had a brother like Kevin Fisher, I would put that half in the slammer. Do you remember Ted Kaczynski, the unabomber? Do you remember him? His own brother turned him in to the government. Why? So that other people wouldn't be killed and hurt.

Michael: There's no evidence, Drucilla! Even if I thought Kevin did something, I'd have no more proof than the police do.

Dru: And are you sure about that?

Michael: Yes.

Dru: Michael, Michael, I have one child, one child that I have raised from the moment she opened her eyes. And for the rest of her life, she's gonna remember that her first sexual experience was with a pedophile who used her like a paper towel. Why am I even talking to you? You don't even have kids.

Michael: I do not have to be a parent to be empathetic or understanding. I'm sorry about what happened to your daughter. I am sorry, but you want my sage advice? You use your considerable time and energy to help Lily navigate the rest of her teenage years, and you forget your own need for revenge. It's not about you, Drucilla. Drucilla, remember that.


Lauren: I realize that this is hard for you to understand. I'm not even sure I understand it myself, but that night with Kevin, I saw a side to him that I don't think he's ever shown anyone else.

Paul: Oh, I see, and that erases the fact that he held you hostage and terrorized you.

Lauren: He was never going to hurt me.

Paul: Oh, you don't know that. You have no idea what was on his mind. What if Michael Baldwin didn't show up when he did? He could have used one bullet on you and turned the gun on himself.

Lauren: God, Paul!

Paul: Is that making you uncomfortable? Good, because I want you to be uncomfortable. I want you to be scared to death knowing that Kevin Fisher is out there somewhere wandering the streets, probably doing the same thing to another woman that he did to you.

Lauren: Is it so hard for you to understand that he might have changed?

Paul: What, in just one night?

Lauren: You weren't there. You didn't see him. He was so empty and hopeless. I saw him hit rock bottom. There is no place for him to go but up.

Paul: Would you listen to me? I love that you try and see the best in people. I wish I were more like that, but Kevin Fisher has been messed up a very long time, since he was a kid.

Lauren: His parents abused him.

Paul: Fine, he has spent his entire life carrying around all this anger and hurt. Those emotions run very deep. It's not just going to go away.

Lauren: You're probably right.

Paul: Lauren...

Lauren: Oh, I don't know what's wrong with me.

Paul: What do you mean?

Lauren: It used to be so easy. I mean, there's a thousand guys out there just like Kevin Fisher who get their kicks out of hurting women. They're all over the newspaper. And my attitude used to be, you know, lock 'em up and throw away the key. But this time it's different. I know him. I went through something with him. It's not that black and white.


Colleen: Here, sweetie.

Lily: Thank you.

Colleen: So tell me what Kevin said.

Lily: He wanted to apologize again. I told him there was no way, no way that he could ever make up for what he's done to me.

Sierra: You still can't let it run your life, Lily.

Lily: Yeah, you know, why don't we talk about something else, something nice?

Colleen: Okay, well, I might have some good news, maybe.

Sierra: Yeah? What?

Colleen: Remember that song J.T. Sang at the Valentine's party?

Sierra: Your surprise? Yeah, what about it?

Colleen: You're not gonna believe this, but there was a woman there from Beachfront Records. She offered him a record deal.

Lily: For real?

Colleen: Yeah, okay, you're really not gonna believe this, but he turned it down.


John: Well, Jill, this must be astonishing for you.

Jill: Oh, John, you have no idea.. and, oh, Arthur is such a fine man. He's very family-oriented, and now all of a sudden he has a grandson he didn't know anything about.

John: And that's why you're so eager for me to find Billy?

Jill: Yes, I think it's just gonna be wonderful for them to meet and get to know one another. I'm telling you, it's changed my life.

John: All right, look, I will try to get in touch with his supervisor, but it is gonna take time.

Jill: Great, great. Just ask him please, please, to give Billy some kind of furlough, even if it's just for a few days to spend some time with his family.

John: Okay, okay.

Jill: It would mean the world to me.

John: I will see what I can do.

Jill: Oh, thank you! Thank you, thank you! Oh, I could almost kiss you.

John: Oh-ho, don't get carried away.

Jill: Oh, heaven forbid.

John: Oh...

Jill: What? What is that smile about?

John: Just seeing you this way. You look radiant. There's no other word for it. So tell me, do we owe all of this to your finding your father?


Kay: Arthur, that plant has been on its own for awhile, as have many other things around here.

Arthur: Not to criticize--

Kay: Is there something else you think needs attention?

Arthur: Well, I was kind of looking the place over and seeing what little odds and ends need to be attended to.

Kay: Well, pray tell, did anything just leap out at you?

Arthur: Well, that lamp, for instance, the bulb is burnt out.

Kay: Well, that's shabby of it.

Arthur: Would you happen to know where I could find a replacement?

Kay: Actually, no. That's pathetic, isn't it? I mean, that I... I don't even know where we keep the damn light bulbs. Esther--I told you-- she always... Esther dealt with that stuff.

Arthur: That's the second time you've mentioned that.

Kay: Is it?

Arthur: Mm-hmm. You miss her, don't you?

Kay: Oh, God, Arthur, she was a royal pain in the... she was a royal pain on occasion, but if you've ever seen loyalty personified...

Kay: All right, is there anything else you'd like to critique?

Arthur: Oh, well, now that you've mentioned it, there's quite a bit of dust left over from when the living room was torn up, you know?

Kay: That's probably Jillís manservant.

Arthur: Her what?

Kay: Well, she hired someone who was a blatant piece of... well, that's all right. I haven't seen him around lately. Its better that you don't hear about it. Now is... did you ever tell me why you've stopped by? Is there any reason that you had to stop by?


Sierra: Wait, I still don't get it. Why would J.T. Turn down a record deal?

Colleen: I wish I knew. When I asked him about it, all he would say is that it's not what he wanted to do right now.

Sierra: Yeah, but he's a natural. It's like he belongs in the spotlight.

Colleen: Try telling him that. He doesn't believe in his own talent.

Sierra: What, even with everyone telling him how good he is? Someone from the music business, even. She could make him a star, Coll.

Colleen: That's exactly what I said, but he couldn't care less. That's what gets me so frustrated. I mean, he won't even try it and see where it goes.

Lily: Well, maybe he has other reasons.

Sierra: Well, like what?

Lily: I remember being around models when I was a kid, and if you're not totally into it, being up onstage performing your heart out, then you're miserable.

Colleen: But I can't help but thinking if he'd just give it a shot and see how much fun he could have, how amazing it could be. I mean, he'd be like his idol Smokey Robinson.

Sierra: He likes Smokey, too?

Colleen: Oh, you've heard of him?

Sierra: He's only the greatest R&B singer of all time, Colleen.

Lily: Yeah, and a really nice guy, if you believe my Mom.

Sierra: Your Mom knows him?

Lily: Yeah, she met him years ago in Paris.

Sierra: That is so cool.

Lily: I know.

Sierra: I bet if Smokey told J.T. To take the contract, he'd listen.

Colleen: I bet you're right, Sierra. That's a really good idea, and he's in town tonight.

Sierra: Well, Coll, I was just kidding.

Colleen: Yeah, well, I'm not. Think about it. That's perfect. All we'd have to do is bring J.T. To the concert, get him backstage and when Smokeyís done, have him tell J.T.

Sierra: Yeah, I mean, tell him how much he's missing by not taking this deal.

Colleen: Exactly.

Lily: Uh, you guys, a reality check. I heard the show's sold out. How are we gonna do this?

Colleen: I don't know, but I do know one thing. We're gonna make this plan work.


Paul: You know, you are wrong, Lauren. This thing with Fisher is black and white.

Lauren: I don't feel that way.

Paul: You know, I'm not saying what Kevin went through isn't tragic. But you know what? We can't change the past. We can't go back and put him in a loving family.

Lauren: I know, I know, it's just he's suffered so much.

Paul: Well, now he's making other people suffer. It's a vicious cycle, and somebody has to put an end to it.

Paul: I gotta go. I'm late already. You gonna be okay?

Lauren: Yeah, I'll be fine.

Paul: Do me a favor, will you? Try not to think about Kevin Fisher.

Paul: I'm very convincing.

Lauren: Yeah.

Paul: All right, I'll call you later.

Lauren: Okay.


Dru: I would expect nothing less from Kevin Fisher's brother. Yeah, yeah, "leave it alone, Dru, get on with your life. Turn the other cheek."

Michael: Hey, if one piece of new evidence shows up, you go for it. You nail him to the full extent of the law. But, Drucilla, don't make waiting for new evidence to surface your whole reason for getting up in the morning.

Dru: You're so wrong.

Michael: About...?

Dru: No, you really do have to be a parent.

Michael: No, I don't have to be a parent. I under--

Dru: Yes, you do. You've been making a lot logical conversation here, Michael, but you have no idea of the gut-wrenching pain that Neil and I feel every morning when we get up knowing that Kevin Fisher left our daughter with these scars, our perfect little girl!

Michael: Drucilla, I understand...

Dru: Don't touch me! What kind of a lawyer are you? Aren't you supposed to stand for justice?!

Michael: If there was one piece of concrete evidence, if there was just one piece, I--

Dru: You'd what?! You'd what?

Michael: It doesn't matter. There isn't any.

Dru: Thank you for nothing.


John: Well, Jill, I couldn't be more pleased for you. Your life is just about perfect.

Jill: Oh, John.

John: Hey, what is it? Did I say something wrong?

Jill: No, no, it's just that my life is not perfect. It is far from it, because there's something going on that has me just heartsick.

John: Katherine's drinking.

Jill: You already know?

John: Oh, Nikki told me about it a few days ago and said she was rather disturbed about the whole situation, as am I.

Jill: Well, I'll tell you something that's maybe even more disturbing. Arthur has decided that he wants to move in to do what he can to help Katherine kick this.

John: Why is that disturbing? It's laudable that he cares that much for her.

Jill: Oh, her drunken rages? Please, that's gonna be just the ticket, isn't it?

John: Jill, Jill, easy does it.

Jill: She destroyed Phillip. Okay, she totally destroyed him. She was incorrigible. She was abusive and cruel. And I'm telling you right now, if she's going down that same path, I don't want my father anywhere near her. Oh, my God. She's just wrecking all of my dreams for the three of us. She's making it impossible for us to build a future together.

John: Well, given what you' telling me, do you really think that this is the best time to bring Billy into the mix?

Jill: I'm gonna be honest with you. I am looking for ways to solidify my relationship with my father. Okay, now Billy is gonna bring something really positive and special to his grandfather's life. And until Katherine quits drinking and this danger is past, I want to keep Arthurís focus elsewhere.

John: Which won't be quite possible if he moves into the estate to be close to Katherine.

Jill: Exactly! He's gonna be subjected on a daily basis to the ugliness of life with an incorrigible alcoholic. You know what? I just can't let that happen. I have got to find a way to keep Arthur out of Katherineís clutches before she ruins everything. I'm sorry. I'll be in touch with you about Billy, okay?

John: All right.


Kay: Somehow I cannot picture my dust bunnies and my wilting plant as being the big draw.

Arthur: Oh, Katherine, never underestimate the critical importance to a man of feeling needed.

Kay: Is that what you were doing, being indispensable? Puttering around as though you owned this place?

Arthur: Well, I hope you don't think I was being presumptuous.

Kay: No, no, not at all.

Arthur: Then why are you smiling?

Kay: I don't know. It's just you're being like you were all those years ago, you know, um, puttering around, fiddling with everything, making sure the room is spotless.

Arthur: You remember that, even that small detail.

Kay: I remember every second with you, Arthur. It was a magical time of our lives.

Arthur: Oh, yes. Oh, yes, the time when our beautiful Jill was conceived.

Kay: You're really becoming very fond of her, aren't you?

Arthur: Oh, yes, we had a lovely conversation before I sent her on her way.

Kay: On her way where?

Arthur: Back to the office, and I stayed here because I needed this opportunity...

Kay: Oh?

Arthur: ...To talk to you.

Kay: About what?

Arthur: Katherine, I have a proposition for you.

Kay: God, I haven't had a proposition in years. Sounds intriguing. What is it?

Arthur: How would you feel if I moved in here?

(Door opens)

Lauren: I'll be with you in a sec.

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