Monday Y&R Transcript 3/8/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 3/8/04 -- Canada, Tuesday 3/9/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Lauren: Kevin.

Kevin: Wow. What do you know? She remembers my name.

Lauren: What are you doing here?

Kevin: You don't have to be afraid of me, Lauren. I'm not going to hurt you.

Lauren: I was just closing up.

Kevin: All right, well, don't let me stop you. I, uh... the truth is, um... yeah, the truth is I don't even know why I'm here.

Lauren: About the other night...

Kevin: It's okay. Its okay, Lauren. I realize that our entire date was a put-on that you were just pretending to like me, hoping that I would admit something incriminating, you know, something that you could give to your boyfriend.

Lauren: You are wrong about one thing.

Kevin: What's that?

Lauren: My pretending to like you. I did like you, and I still do.

Kevin: You don't have to say that.

Lauren: It's the truth.

Kevin: Is it? You know, because I can't help but wonder--was everything between us a lie? Or was there ever a moment when you did care for me, even just a little?


(Doorbell rings)

Dru: Hi.

Paul: Hi. How are you? Good to see you.

Neil: Paul, good to see you.

Paul: All right, come on in.

Neil: Hope we're not interrupting.

Paul: No, no, not at all. I'm just finishing up a little homework. Can I get you something to drink?

Dru: No, no, Paul, we were hoping that you had...

Neil: I'm good.

Dru: Some good news for us for a change.

Paul: I assume you're talking about Kevin Fisher.

Neil: It's pretty obvious the police aren't even close to arresting the guy.

Dru: We'd hoped that you found something.

Paul: Well, there is nothing connecting him to the fire at Ginaís, I'm afraid.

Dru: What about all the stuff he's done to our Lily?

Paul: Well, unfortunately, he's covered his tracks pretty well, and there was no incriminating evidence on his computer. It was erased without a trace.

Dru: What do you mean? Are you telling us we're at ground zero?

Paul: Maybe not.

Neil: You want to come again?

Paul: There was an incident involving a young girl by the name of Brittany Hodges.

Dru: Right. The accident at Marsino's.

Neil: Yeah, she was electrocuted, wasn't she?

Paul: Right. The police are looking at the possibility that Kevin Fisher is behind it.


Colleen: What time did he go onstage? And you're sure that there aren't any tickets? What about cancellations? Okay, thanks anyway.

Lily: No luck?

Colleen: Show already started, completely sold out.

Sierra: Well, now what?

Colleen: Look, I am not giving up. Smokey Robinson is one of J.T.'s favorite singers. There has got to be a way to get them together.

Sierra: And you really think he could convince J.T. to sign this record deal?

Colleen: I don't know, but I have to do something. This is such an amazing opportunity. I can't let J.T. just throw it away.

Lily: Hey, there has to be some way that we can get backstage.

Sierra: What about youíre Mom? I mean, you said she met Smokey in Europe. Maybe she knows someone we could contact.

Lily: Yeah, I guess I could call and ask.

Colleen: Here. Use my phone.

Lily: Okay.

Colleen: You guys, I think I know a way we can get backstage.

Sierra: How?

Colleen: I'll tell you in the cab. Come on. We gotta get to the concert.

Sierra: Okay.


J.T.: I saw you circling in the air with that halo in your hair again the star that I wished on has finally come true I don't know if I deserve someone like you

J.T.: Hey. I didn't know anybody was here.

Brittany: I was in my room. Working on a new song?

J.T.: Nah, it's just something I do when I'm bored.

Brittany: I liked it.

J.T.: Thanks.

Brittany: It's been a long time since you've had a guitar in your hands.

J.T.: Yep.

Brittany: Play some more.

J.T.: No, it's all right.

Brittany: Why not?

J.T.: I'm just not in the mood, I guess.

Brittany: Is something wrong?

J.T.: No, nothing's wrong.

Brittany: Then why won't you play for me?

J.T.: Because I don't want to, okay? I sing for fun. I'm not singing for an audience, especially not you.


Jill: I'm a little surprised at your phone call, Jack. It sounded so urgent.

Jack: It is.

Jill: What's up?

Jack: I need you to do something for me.

Jill: You need my help?

Jack: Yeah, I guess I do.

Jill: Well, will wonders never cease?

Jack: It's right up your alley.

Jill: Okay.

Jack: I need you to cover a business trip for me.

Jill: Oh, Jack.

Jack: Tomorrow.

Jill: No, tomorrow. No, there's no way.

Jack: I wouldn't ask if I weren't in dire need, okay?

Jill: Jack, what's wrong? You look like someone died.


Arthur: The way you're reacting, Katherine-- is my moving in here so offensive to you?

Kay: Well, Arthur, you-- I never expected--

Arthur: Mmm.

Kay: Oh, I don't know what to say. I don't know what to say.

Arthur: I caught you off-guard, have I?

Kay: Oh, yes. Oh, dear, you certainly have. You really have.

Arthur: Well, why are you so surprised?

Kay: Well, I just assumed that you would be going back to Seattle any day now and...

Arthur: But I told you when I arrived, I was considering retirement.

Kay: Considering it and doing it, Arthur, are quite different.

Arthur: Coming here, Katherine, my entire life has been suddenly quite different.

Kay: Yes, but, Arthur, you know, seeing you again, and I haven't spent this time with you, itís...

Arthur: I hope it's meant something to you. It certainly has to me.

Kay: Yes, it's meant more than you can possibly ever know.

Arthur: And yet, I still don't have an answer to my question.

Kay: It would be so easy to say yes.

Arthur: Then say yes.

Kay: Why would you want this?

Arthur: I'll have my bags here within the hour.

Kay: No, no, no, no. Why would you want it, for heaven sakes, I mean, moving in here, knowing all my problems?

Arthur: Has it occurred to you, Katherine, that might be the reason why?

Kay: Actually, it has. And that's why I feel I really have to say no.


[Gusting of wind]

Brittany: You're in a lousy mood.

J.T.: Why, because I don't want to put on a show?

Brittany: Who said anything about putting on a show? I just wanted to hear a little bit more of your song. But hey, if you're gonna pout about it, never mind.

J.T.: Wait, wait, wait. Brittany, wait. You don't have to leave. Look, I'm sorry I jumped down your throat, okay? I have just had the weirdest day, though.

Brittany: Yeah, I've had a few of those lately.

J.T.: Brittany, donít.

Brittany: Don't worry. I'm not gonna start feeling all sorry for myself. I know how much you hate that. So what's going on?

J.T.: I don't want to talk about it.

Brittany: Does it have something to do with me?

J.T.: No, no, of course not.

Brittany: Then why don't you want to talk about it?

J.T.: Because it... all right, fine. You know, on Valentineís Day, Colleen and I went to the Athletic Club, and I sang that song in front of everybody?

Brittany: Right.

J.T.: Yeah, well, I met some woman there. Her name's Shiloh.

Brittany: Are you interested in her? Oh, my God, are you gonna break up with Colleen?

J.T.: No, no. It's nothing like that, no. But I ran into her again at the coffeehouse, and it turns out she works in the music industry. She's a talent manager for one of those record labels.

Brittany: And?

J.T.: And, um... she offered me a recording contract.

Brittany: Really?

J.T.: Yeah.

Brittany: Well, congratulations. That's great.

J.T.: I said no.

Brittany: You what?

J.T.: I turned her down.

Brittany: J.T., are you a complete idiot?

J.T.: I knew I shouldn't have said anything to you about this.

Brittany: Well, what were you thinking? Don't you realize how many singers out there wait their entire lives to get a break like this?

J.T.: No, it's not that big a deal.

Brittany: Yes, it is. It's a huge deal. I would give anything to be in your shoes.

J.T.: Look, even if I had said yes, it's not like anything would come out of this.

Brittany: So you're not even gonna try?

J.T.: I got better things to do.

Brittany: Like what?

J.T.: Like school, for example.

Brittany: Oh, give me a break, J.T. you hate school, and your grades suck. Well, it's true. Your whole life you've only been good at two things-- fixing cars and playing music.

J.T.: You're just killing me with kindness, aren't you?

Brittany: I'm just trying to talk some sense into you, J.T. this woman-- Shiloh-- she's offering you a chance to do something you love. Why would you say no to that?

Brittany: Unless... you're scared.


Paul: Here you go.

Dru: Thank you, Paul.

Neil: Paul, I mean, my God, where the hell does this stop with this guy?

Paul: Well, he's only under suspicion at this point.

Dru: He worked for Bobby Marsino, right?

Paul: He did, but Marsino fired him.

Neil: So he had motive.

Paul: He always has motive. We just can't prove anything.

Dru: Electrocution-- that's sick.

Paul: It is sick. He is a very sick young man. He completely lost it after the Valentine's Party at the Athletic Club.

Neil: What happened that night anyway?

Dru: Yeah, we thought you had a big plan to bring him down.

Neil: That's why Lauren went with him to the dance, right?

Paul: Yeah, to trick him into admitting something. Sorry to say, it didn't work out as planned.

Dru: What do you mean?

Paul: Well, Kevin found out that it was a trap and confronted Lauren at his place.

Neil: She went to his apartment?

Paul: It was a crazy idea, I know, but at that point, she didn't know that he knew it was a setup. Anyway, it all got out of hand. He pulled a gun and threatened to kill himself.

Dru: Oh, my God.

Paul: If Michael Baldwin hadn't have shown up, who knows what would have happened? I know it isn't much, but the encouraging thing here is I think there's a very good possibility that Kevin Fisher is about to crack.


Kevin: You probably think I'm delusional.

Lauren: Why do you say that?

Kevin: Just believing that a beautiful, classy woman like you could ever feel anything but contempt for a loser like me.

Lauren: Why do you keep putting yourself down?

Kevin: Because, you know, because I've always been a screw up. You know, things never turn out the way I plan.

Lauren: You know what? Stuff happens to everyone. You didn't exactly corner the market on screwing up.

Kevin: Hey, the funny thing is, though, when I was with you, I felt different.

Lauren: How is that?

Kevin: You made me feel important. It's interesting. Even now, after I know the whole thing was an act, I... I still can't get you out of my head. You know how happy I was just being with you? Talking to you?

Lauren: I enjoyed talking with you, too.

Kevin: I never felt so comfortable around a woman. I usually say the wrong thing, get tongue-tied.

Lauren: Well, we women can be an intimidating bunch.

Kevin: Not you, though. You're different from all the others. You put me at ease. You were the kind of woman that I dreamed about. And then I woke up.


J.T.: I am not scared.

Brittany: You're not?

J.T.: No. I have no idea what you're talking about.

Brittany: You don't have to be embarrassed.

J.T.: I'm not embarrassed, Brittany. Besides, what in the hell would I have to be scared of?

Brittany: Getting up there, performing in front of people.

J.T.: Done that before, haven't I?

Brittany: You mean, at the Valentine's dance?

J.T.: Yeah. Yeah, the place was packed that night I played.

Brittany: I thought Colleen set that up-- the singing.

J.T.: Well, yeah, I guess, technically, but, I mean...

Brittany: So before that, when was the last time you played in public?

J.T.: (Laughs nervously) what's your point?

Brittany: Everyone gets butterflies, and they can be really bad, especially in the beginning. But you can't let that stop you from doing what you love. I mean, look at me. I never thought that I could get up on stage and take my clothes off in front of a bunch of strangers. But it's like anything else-- the more you do it, the easier it gets. (Telephone rings)

J.T.: I'll get it. (Ring)

J.T.: Hello. Hi, babe. What? You're where? Well, you mean right now? Yeah, okay. Yeah, I'm on my way.

Brittany: That was Colleen?

J.T.: Yeah. She just got me a backstage pass to see Smokey Robinson.

Brittany: What?

J.T.: Yeah. He's in town tonight, and apparently she's at the concert, and she wants me to get down there right now.

Brittany: Well, go! Get going!

J.T.: All right. Here. I'm out. See ya.

Brittany: Bye.


Colleen: Mission accomplished.

Lily: You got ahold of J.T.?

Colleen: Yeah, he's on his way.

Shiloh: He better hurry. Smokey just finished his second encore.

Colleen: Thank you so much, again, for these passes.

Lily: Yes, thank you so much.

Shiloh: Sure. It's my pleasure, you guys.

Colleen: Do you think our plan will work?

Shiloh: Maybe. You said J.T.'s a big fan.

Colleen: Huge. Smokey Robinson is, like, one of his favorite singers.

Shiloh: Well, then I guess it's worth a shot.

Colleen: I still can't believe he turned you down.

Shiloh: Yeah, I was surprised, too. But, hey, what can you do?

Colleen: Well, if you ask me, I think he's being stupid. Hopefully, Smokey can talk some sense into him.

Shiloh: Okay, just to warn you, Smokey might not have a lot of time to talk. He's got to hop on a plane right after the show, so if I were you, I would grab his attention before his people whisk him away.

Colleen: Okay. Well, don't worry. We've got that taken care of.


Arthur: And now you've surprised me.

Kay: You didn't think I would say no?

Arthur: Certainly not so quickly. You didn't give it any thought.

Kay: Arthur, please. I don't want you in this home wanting me to stop drinking, hoping that you can make it happen when I'm not sure you can.

Arthur: You don't want to disappoint me, is that it?

Kay: Alcoholism is poisonous. I have seen it before. I can't quit because you want me to. It's got to come from me, and I'm not sure I'm ready.

Arthur: But wouldn't another person to support and encourage you be helpful?

Kay: Well, I might. Yes, it might. But on the other hand, it could cause such pressure it would just backfire.

Arthur: Tell me. Do you want to go on drinking?

Kay: Sometimes I do.

Kay: Sometimes I want to drink more than anything else on this earth.

Arthur: Because you're in pain?

Kay: Because I'm an alcoholic. Was in recovery. Now I'm not!

Arthur: But you could be again.

Kay: I don't know that, Arthur! I just simply don't know that. My will power's at an all-time low.

Arthur: Look, it's not just for you that I want this.

Kay: It's not?

Arthur: No. I want it for myself as well.

Kay: God help you.

Arthur: And for Jill. I want it for all of us.

Kay: So we can what, become a happy little family?


Jack: No, it's not a death. It sure as hell feels like one.

Jill: Jack, you're acting really weird. What is this?

Jack: Phyllis and I are done.

Jill: It's a lover's quarrel. You've had plenty of those.

Jack: No, no. It's more than that. It's way more.

Jill: This is serious? This is real?

Jack: Oh, this is for real. This is the end of the road.

Jill: Oh, my God, you and Phyllis, after everything you've been through?

Jack: Yeah, I know. I didn't think a thing could ever come between us.

Jill: So what has?

Jack: Today was Victor Newmanís sentencing hearing.

Jill: Oh, my God, I forgot all about that.

Jack: Oh, don't worry about it. You didn't miss anything. He got off scot-free. He's not doing any jail time.

Jill: Look, Jack, I know that you were hell bent on seeing him go to prison--

Jack: Oh, and you're another one that wanted to see him walk?

Jill: Well, it doesn't really matter, does it? I mean, the decision is made.

Jack: Well, you haven't asked why.

Jill: I'm sure you're gonna tell me.

Jack: Because of my wife. Because of Phyllis. Because Phyllis decided to stand up in that courtroom today and make a liar out of me.


Neil: You know, Paul, that reminds me, I've got a bone to pick with you.

Paul: About what?

Neil: Well, why didn't you tell me that that scum Kevin is related to Michael Baldwin?

Paul: Oh, I just recently found out myself.

Dru: Come on! Baldwin's a lawyer. He will go to any lengths to keep his brother out of the slammer.

Paul: You know, Dru, I'm not so sure you're right.

Dru: How can you say that?

Paul: Well, because I've spent some time with the guy, and the more I get to know Baldwin... I mean, I know he can be a real jerk sometimes, but there is some semblance of a conscience there.

Dru: Oh!

Neil: Even so, you really think he'd sell his own flesh and blood down the river?

Dru: Everyone knows he wouldnít. He's crooked.

Paul: All right, you two, I'm not sure how far Baldwin will go to save his brother's neck, but you know what? It may not matter. As I said before, Kevin is about to have a meltdown. And when he does, I swear to you, I will be there to hear his confession.


Lauren: I just want you to know I feel really terrible about leading you on the way I did.

Kevin: Well, hey, it was for a good cause, right? I'm sure Paul Williams convinced you I was some kind of maniac.

Lauren: And are you? Did you set that fire at Ginaís, trapping colleen?

Kevin: You know, there's no proof that I had anything to do with that.

Lauren: What about Brittany Hodges?

Kevin: I never laid a hand on that girl.

Lauren: And Lily Winters? So you never slept with her? You're telling me she made the whole thing up?

Kevin: All right, now I get it.

Lauren: What?

Kevin: The reason you're talking to me.

Lauren: I'm talking to you because you walked into my store.

Kevin: Yeah, but you're still hoping that I'm going to admit something, so you can take it to Paul, and the cops can lock me up and throw away the key.

Lauren: No, I actually regret being involved in any of that.

Kevin: Why?

Lauren: Because no matter what you may or may not have done, it's no excuse for me to play with your emotions. You could've died because of me.


Lily: Hey, any sign of J.T.?

Colleen: No, I looked everywhere. He's not here yet.

Sierra: Well, maybe Smokey will sing another encore.

Colleen: I don't think so. Look.

Man: That was great, man. They loved you.

Smokey: Good crowd. Do we have time for another one?

Man: No, we gotta go. I'll call the airport.

Colleen: Oh, Mr. Robinson?

Lily: Smokey!

Sierra: Mr. Robinson!

Smokey: Hey, girls, nice seeing you. Thanks for coming.

Colleen: Wait! We gotta go! I don't care.

Lily: Hey, Smokey!

Colleen: Hey, check this out!

("I second that emotion" instrumental playing)

Sierra: Maybe you wanna give me kisses sweet but only for one night with no repeat maybe you'll go away and never call and a taste of honey is worse than none at all oh, little girl in that case I don't want no part I do believe that that would only break my heart oh, but if you feel like loving me and if you've got the notion I second that emotion say, if you feel like giving me a lifetime of devotion I second that emotion


Kay: Oh, you are fantasizing, my dear.

Arthur: In what way?

Kay: Thinking that you and Jill and I could live together here and what, bond?

Arthur: Why is that so impossible?

Kay: Arthur, how do I make you understand?

Arthur: You don't have faith in me, do you?

Kay: You're not the one in question.

Arthur: Oh, I know that, but I want so much to have time with our daughter, to get to know Jill, the person she is.

Kay: No, you do not.

Arthur: I do not? Why do you say that?

Kay: Because you're in the honeymoon phase right now, for God's sake! It's all lightness. It's sweet. Everything is lovely. Our daughter can be very, very vicious.

Arthur: And that's another reason I'd like to be here, to see if I can't do something to help the two of you build a relationship. I know you care about each other, whether you want to admit it or not. And I'll tell you something else, Katherine. It's entirely possible that you might even love the girl.


Jill: So what exactly did Phyllis say?

Jack: Well, among other things, that I had every bit as much of an axe to grind with Victor as he had with me.

Jill: Oh...

Jack: Oh, don't tell me. You agree.

Jill: Well, it doesn't matter, does it? The judge has ruled, and it's over.

Jack: Am I the only person that sees this as a gross miscarriage of justice? And I have my wife to thank for it.

Jill: Look, a lot of people don't share your view of Victor.

Jack: Yeah, apparently not, starting with Victor's wife and my wife.

Jill: So did Nikki speak, too?

Jack: Oh, yeah, yeah, she went on and on praising the virtues of the great god Newman.

Jill: You know what? All of this bitterness is not good for you.

Jack: Yeah, well, it makes me feel better.

Jill: No, it doesnít. So what happened with you and Phyllis?

Jack: We said our good-byes. We'll let the attorneys handle it from here.

Jill: That's so sad. All this time you spent together, and it ends like this.

Jack: Thanks for caring.

Jill: You really are hurting, aren't you?

Jack: I'm kind of a mess right now. I'm supposed to meet with Albertson tomorrow in the Jennings plant in Atlanta. We're talking about the men's line and changing our lead supplier, and I thought that you were the right person.

Jill: This is just a really terrible time for me to be gone, okay?

Jack: Why?

Jill: Just, there's a lot going on, that's all.

Jack: If this is about another man in your life--

Jill: No, it's not about another man--well, at least not in the way you mean. It's just... I just hate to leave right now.

Jack: You know, Jill, you've had a lot going on in your life for months now, and I have been very patient when your head hasn't exactly been in it. I'm asking for a day or two to get my head together. Albertson can't postponed. He's leaving the country. This is your baby.

Jill: Okay, okay. It's really this important then.

Jack: Jill, you know what's going on with Jabot. We've got to cut production costs, especially in the men's line. Its survival may be at stake. How much do you care?


Sierra: If you feel like giving me a lifetime of devotion I second that emotion

Smokey: That was terrific.

Colleen: Thank you.

Smokey: What are your names?

Colleen: I'm Colleen.

Lily: I'm Lily.

Sierra: Sierra.

Smokey: Well, Colleen, Lily and Sierra, I'm very impressed.

Sierra: Thank you.

Lily: Thank you.

Smokey: I've never heard my song performed that way, but I kind of liked it. Well done.

Colleen: Thanks. I was wondering if I could talk to you for a second.

Man: Smokey, we've really got to go.

Smokey: That's okay, Lou. What can I do for you ladies?

Colleen: It's about my boyfriend.

Smokey: Who's your boyfriend?

Colleen: His name is J.T. Hellstrom, and he's a singer.

Lily: A great singer.

Sierra: An amazing singer.

Colleen: And he plays the guitar, too.

Smokey: Sounds like a very talented guy.

Colleen: Yeah, he was even offered a recording contract.

Smokey: Well, good for him.

Colleen: But he turned it down.

Smokey: Why'd he do that?

Colleen: Well... why don't you ask him yourself? He's right over there. J.T., come over here.

J.T.: Hey, how you doing?

Smokey: Good.

J.T.: J.T.

Smokey: Good to meet you.

[Gusting of wind]

Smokey: So you're J.T.?

J.T.: Yeah. Wow, this is unbelievable. It's so nice to meet you, Mr. Robinson. I'm a huge fan.

Smokey: Smokey. You like my music?

J.T.: Like it? Are you kidding? You're like a hero to me.

Smokey: Nice of you to say. I understand you're quite the musician yourself.

J.T.: Me? No, no, compared to you, I'm nothing, you know?

Smokey: Nothing? Obviously someone disagrees. Your girlfriend tells me you were offered a recording contract.

J.T.: Yeah, yeah.

Smokey: Well, good for you. What label?

J.T.: Beachfront.

Smokey: I've heard of them. They're small, but they're becoming a major player in the industry. They take good care of their people. Congratulations.

J.T.: Well, like Colleen said, I'm not gonna sign with 'em.

Smokey: Mind if I ask why not?

J.T.: It's just not my thing.

Smokey: Oh, well, I guess its good you said no.

J.T.: Well...

Smokey: What's the matter?

J.T.: I don't know. I just, uh...

Smokey: You expect me to talk you into it?

J.T.: Well, yeah.

Smokey: Look, this business has been great to me. I love what I do, but it's not for everybody. It can be a harsh world, and if you're not committed, and your heart's not in it, then it's not worth the agony.

J.T.: Well, I am committed.

Smokey: You are?

J.T.: Yeah, definitely. Music's my life. It means everything to me.

Smokey: Then what's holding you back?

J.T.: I don't know I just don't know if I'm cut out for it. You know, its one thing to sit around my apartment and write songs, but to get up onstage and do what you do...

Smokey: It's not easy. I get nervous before every performance.

J.T.: Yeah, right.

Smokey: Yeah, but once I'm out there, and I hear the crowd cheering and the music is running through me, there's nothing like it.

J.T.: Yeah, sounds cool.

Smokey: It is.

Lou: Smokey, we gotta go.

Smokey: I gotta go, but can I give you some advice?

J.T.: Absolutely.

Smokey: Look, I've been in this business a long time and I know a lot of very talented people who never get the opportunity you're getting. Now there's no shame in turning it down. Just make sure you won't regret it later. Offers like this don't come along every day.

J.T.: Thank you.

Smokey: Ladies.

Colleen: Thank you so much.

J.T.: Take care.

Lily: Bye.

J.T.: I can't believe you did that.

Lily: Well...


Kevin: You must really think I'm a joke.

Lauren: Of course I donít. Why would you say that?

Kevin: Because... because even now I don't know if you're being sincere or if you're just acting.

Lauren: If anything had happened to you the other night, I wouldn't have been able to live with myself.

Kevin: Yeah, well, sometimes I think the world would be better off without me. All right, look, I'm sorry I bothered you. I know you're anxious to get home.

Lauren: Don't you do anything stupid.

Kevin: Don't worry. I'm not gonna try and off myself again.

Lauren: I hope not, because nothing is worth dying over.

Kevin: All right. Well, yeah, actually, I should be thanking you.

Lauren: For what?

Kevin: For showing me what a beautiful healthy feeling real love can be. I had never felt that before you came along. I never even knew it existed, and now I do. And I'm grateful for that. I may have gone my whole life never experiencing it.


Dru: Paul, we have been hoping for so much ever since that psycho came into our daughter's life.

Neil: And nothing's paid off yet.

Paul: Yeah, I know, but trust me, I am not giving up. I'm gonna stay on Fisher's back until I get some proof.

Dru: I'm not gonna hold my breath on that.

Neil: Honey, you don't have to be so upset about it, all right?

Dru: I am upset! I'm upset. Our daughter has been through way too much. I don't know how much more she can take, Paul.

Neil: Apparently, our daughter has become obsessed with making Kevin pay.

Dru: She admitted to following the man around.

Paul: I hope you explained how dangerous that was.

Dru: Of course I did!

Neil: Yeah, but how can we be so sure that she listened, you know, that she won't do something crazy like that again? Paul, if you can't nail that guy for what he did to our daughter or Colleen Carlton, fine. Then nail him for what he did to Brittany Hodges, but get him off the streets. That way we can all sleep at night.


Jack: Anyway, thanks for covering this trip for me.

Jill: Not like I had much choice.

Jack: You know, I don't get you. You're forever begging to be on the front lines. What the hell is going on?

Jill: Okay, it's Katherine.

Jack: Youíre long lost mommy?

Jill: Guess what, Jack. Now there is a daddy, too.

Jack: You're kidding me.

Jill: No, I am not, and he is the most wonderful, caring man. I am so blessed to have him as a father.

Jack: And this man is the reason you don't want to go out of town?

Jill: Did you, uh, did you know that Katherine was drinking again?

Jack: No. How did that happen?

Jill: It doesn't matter. It's just, the trouble is that Arthur, my father, wants so much to help her. I'm just afraid that it could turn out to be a disaster for him the way it was for Phillip all those years ago. I mean, liquor is poison to Katherine. She becomes so abusive.

Jack: Jill, no amount of you or this guy hanging over Katherine is gonna keep her from drinking if that's what she's determined to do.

Jill: I know that. I have been through it. I'm not so sure Arthur does.

Jack: Hey, you really care about this guy, don't you?

Jill: Oh, my God. He is like an answer to my prayer, and I want some time with him, just the two of us, to get to know him, to be father and daughter. I know that sounds really weird at my age, if you haven't been through it.

Jack: I spent a lot of my childhood growing up without a mother. I have some idea.

Jill: Oh, my God, of course you did. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. See, what my fear is that Arthur and I will never be able to form that bond if he helps Katherine with her drinking, because she will scare him away.

Jack: Listen to me. Go to Atlanta tonight. Have the meeting first thing in the morning. You'll be in the plane on your way home by noon and you can deal with your family crisis. Right now I'm a mess. I need you to do this for me.

Jill: I am so sorry. I'm so sorry. I know how much you loved Phyllis.

Jack: Yeah, there aren't too many like her.

Jill: Well, maybe that's a good thing.

Jack: Yeah, maybe. Thanks.

Jill: Sure. Anyway, it's only one night, isn't it? You know, Katherine probably won't even notice that I'm gone. What could happen?


Kay: You are a glutton for punishment, aren't you?

Arthur: Well, I don't feel that way.

Kay: You don't know what you're setting yourself up for.

Arthur: Does that mean you're saying yes? I can pack up my bags and move in?

Kay: No, no, no, I did not say that.

Arthur: What are you really afraid of, Katherine?

Kay: Well, when you showed up on my doorstep unexpectedly, I...

Kay: There was just all of these emotions that I felt.

Arthur: Don't you know that was true for me, too?

Kay: But I don't want to risk destroying that.

Arthur: That won't happen.

Kay: I can't make you any promises I'm not sure that I can keep.

Arthur: I'm not asking you to.

Kay: Why is this so important? I mean, just stay in town, if you will, and, uh, you know, be near at hand. But you don't have to force yourself into this position or into this home.

Arthur: Katherine, I'm asking you, let me be part of your life. Let me share our daughter's life. I know there are problems. What family doesn't have problems? Let's face it, we don't know how much time we have left. We don't have the luxury of taking things slowly or cautiously. If it breaks up, it breaks up. Who cares? At least... at least we'll know we tried. Don't deny me this, please. What do you say? Let's go for broke, you and I, hmm?

Kay: You're a damn fool, and so am I. All right, letís... let's give it a try, shall we?

Arthur: Oh, my sweet Katherine, you won't regret this.

Kay: God willing.

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