Friday Y&R Transcript 3/12/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 3/12/04--Canada; Monday 3/15/04

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

John: Now I don't want to turn this into a shouting match.

Nikki: Jack has no idea we're all here?

Ashley: At least this way, we're sure he'll show up.

John: Now let me take the lead. I'm sure we can discuss this as civilized adults.

John: So, Jill, how was your trip to Atlanta?

Jill: Oh, it was great. They are in complete agreement with all of the changes that Jack suggested.

John: Good.

Brad: Being on the lookout for new suppliers can only help our bottom line.

John: And that's what this meeting is all about-- our bottom line.

Ashley: Shouldn't we wait for Jack, Dad?

Jack: Somebody mention my name? Well, well, well, people. What's the big draw this morning? As if I have to ask.

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Colleen: Thank you.

J.T.: Hey, you.

Colleen: Hey. Hey, yourself.

J.T.: You been waiting long?

Colleen: Uh, fortunately for you, no. Coffee'd be cold.

J.T.: (Chuckles) you know, I ought to be buying you some coffee and a big, fancy breakfast to thank you for last night. I still can't believe I actually met Smokey Robinson.

Colleen: Well, I know he's one of your idols.

J.T.: Yeah, I don't know how you did it. Backstage passes to a sold-out concert?

Colleen: Oh, it was killing me, J.T., that you said no to the record deal. And I figured if I couldn't convince you, maybe someone you admired that much could.

J.T.: It's worth a shot.

Colleen: Yeah? All right, well, we'll meet here after class, right? Celebrate my unbelievably hot and talented boyfriend becoming the newest artist on the beachfront label.

J.T.: Colleen, look, I know how much you want this for me, but I wouldn't count on it. I really wouldn’t.

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(Footsteps approach)

Raul: Hey, babe. I didn't expect to see you up so early. You. Is everything okay?

Raul: Brittany. Hey. Hey. Listen, sweetheart, I know yesterday was rough...

Brittany: Yesterday was a nightmare.

Raul: Right. But, listen, today is a brand-new day. Look, I got a great idea. Why don't I ditch class, and I take you out?

Raul: Hmm? Brittany, talk to me. Say something. At least look at me.

Brittany: Why, Raul? Is it a part of your mission to get me to accept the way I look now, to move on with my life, like this never happened?

Raul: No, not like nothing ever happened. Something sure as hell did happen, but, Brittany, you're still alive and you got a great life ahead of you.

Brittany: Raul... my life will never be the same.

Brittany: I'm ugly now. That's what I have to learn to accept. It doesn't mean I want to go out and show the world my hideous scar. So just spare me the pep talk.

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Angelo: Hey, this new well scotch I found is selling like hotcakes.

Bobby: You get that from Junior Henderson?

Angelo: Yeah. He says he can get me all I want, and the price is ridiculous.

Bobby: Really? I wonder why.

Angelo: Hey, I don't ask Junior where he gets his supplies.

Bobby: Ange, you ever hear of receiving stolen property? Go back to the old brand. I don't need any more headaches than I already got.

Angelo: Hey, what headaches, man? Look, everything is chilled out around here since--

Bobby: Don't even say it.

Angelo: Well, Bobby, you know, let's face facts. Now we don't have Blondie dancing here, her old man has come up with other ways to keep himself busy. Look, you know, I'm sorry it happened the way it happened, but--

Bobby: No, no, no! You're happy as hell.

Angelo: Hey, come on, man. No one deserves to be burned like that. I'm just saying--

Bobby: Look, Ange, I'm just saying, don't buy stolen booze. It's not worth it.

Hank: You know, that's good advice.

Bobby: You hear of knocking?

Hank: The door was open. Don't worry, Marsino, I'm not here about where you buy your liquor.

Bobby: Yeah, well, I got invoices for every drop of it.

Hank: Hey, relax. Okay? I know you're too smart to do something that dumb. I was just hoping my evidence team here could take another look around, make sure we didn't miss something last time.

Bobby: Yeah. Knock yourself out. Listen, uh, you still think it was Kevin Fisher, the one that burned Brittany?

Hank: That's what we're trying to find out. Okay, gentlemen, let's start in here.

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Lauren: Hello, Michael.

Michael: Lauren.

Lauren: May I join you?

Michael: Sure.

Lauren: You know, just seeing you brings back a lot of memories from that night at Kevin’s apartment, some very difficult memories.

Michael: I'm sorry you had a bad date.

Lauren: I want to thank you.

Michael: Thank me for what

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John: Sit down, Jack.

Jack: No, thanks. So I see Ashley’s brought some reinforcements.

Ashley: I told you I wasn't gonna sit back and let you run the show.

Jack: Yeah, yeah, I know. It was presumptuous of me to turn down Victor's $75 million without bringing it to the board for a vote.

Ashley: You're exactly right.

Jack: So you brought the board to me. Voilŕ.

John: Jack, Jack, relax. I wanted everybody here so we could have a rational discussion.

Jack: Yeah, I don't know how much of a discussion it's gonna be. It's 5 to 1. I'm already outvoted.

Nikki: You act like Victor's offer wasn't fair.

Ashley: When the truth is, it was a hell of a lot more than we ever thought he'd offer.

Jill: And it's money we desperately need.

John: Money that could bail us out of some serious debt.

Jack: You're awfully quiet back there, Bradley. What do you think of all this?

Brad: I can see both points of view.

Jack: In other words, you're gonna play it safe, that way you can jump either way.

Brad: Don't put words in my mouth, Jack. You know damn well I can relate to your wanting to see Victor punished, especially since he got off with no jail time.

Nikki: Believe me, he has suffered for what he did to this company.

Jack: Oh, yes, the great pain of a tarnished reputation.

Nikki: Not to mention, he's going to do serious community service.

Jack: There's so much I could say right now. Nikki, you're his wife. I'd say you're a tad prejudiced.

Nikki: Really?

Jack: Hell, so's my sister for that matter.

Ashley: This isn't a personal issue, Jack. This is about what's best for Jabot.

Nikki: Yeah, a company that your father started from the ground up.

John: And a company, son, that we could lose without a major influx of cash.

Jack: Oh, come on, people. We're not gonna lose Jabot. I turned down Victor's offer for one reason, we're gonna make a hell of a lot more in court. Now I'd like to get some breakfast.

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Raul: Brittany, don't talk like that. I thought you had a real breakthrough last night.

Brittany: That was last night. In the cold light of day...

Brittany: I'm sorry if I'm disappointing you. But I hate the way I look. And I can't pretend that's not how I feel.

Brittany: This has changed my life. I'm never going to feel the same because I am not the same. Do you get that?

Raul: Of course I do. And I'm sure a lot of things seem different right now, Brittany, but... look, if this is about what you overheard that idiot saying at the bank yesterday, don't pay any attention to it. He doesn't know you. Okay, he was just being--

Brittany: He was being honest. You can't get anywhere if you look like this. That's the way the world works.

Raul: Hey, hey, that is not true.

Brittany: Yes, it is. Look, I don't blame Josh at the bank. I don't blame anyone...

Brittany: Except whoever did this to me. That is the one person I would like to get my hands on.

Raul: Babe, listen to me. You need to concentrate on getting beyond this.

Brittany: No, Raul. Don't tell me it's gonna be okay. Don't tell me I've got to put this behind me. How can I when there's someone running around out there free who did this to me?

Raul: The police are working on that.

Brittany: Are they, for sure? Do you know that?

Raul: Yes.

Brittany: You know something, don't you? What? Tell me.

Raul: They have a lead, okay? But, lo--listen, talking about this is just gonna bring you down, Brittany.

Brittany: Raul, this is my life. Mine! If the police have a suspect, if you know who it is, then I have a right to know.

Raul: It's Kevin Fisher.

Brittany: Bobby's bookkeeper? Him? That little nerd? The one who did those things to Lily and Colleen?

Raul: See, that's why I didn't want to tell you.

Raul: Just tell me that you're gonna be okay. Tell me you're okay.

Brittany: Yeah, I'll be fine. Thank you for telling me.

Raul: I wish I could say you're welcome. Anyway, I'll see you when I get back from class.

Brittany: Of course. Where else would I go?

Brittany: Kevin Fisher.

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Colleen: Why are you fighting this, J.T.? I thought Smokey gave you some good advice.

J.T.: He did.

Colleen: Then why aren't you jumping all over this opportunity?

J.T.: Because it's a huge decision, colleen. I'm a sophomore in college, all right? I like taking classes that are easy. I haven't even declared a major yet. You know, music's like a hobby for me. But so is shooting basketball with the guys at the gym, but you don't see me deciding to go pro just because I like shooting hoops, do you?

Colleen: Yeah, well, the bucks haven't exactly been scouting you.

J.T.: Well, their loss.

Colleen: But Shiloh has. I mean, don't you get it? I mean, this is a chance, a real, honest-to-gosh chance to see if music could be a career for you. I mean, it's something that you love, something that you are great at. And here's a record label knocking on your door, saying, "hey, come work for us. We'll pay you to sing." I mean, how often does that happen, like, never? Even Smokey said--

J.T.: Okay, I need a refill. Do you want, like, a doughnut or something?

Colleen: I'll tell you what I don't want. I don't want you to walk away from this and live to regret it just because you're afraid.

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Lauren: I just want to thank you for everything you did that night at Kevin’s. I believe in my heart that he never would've turned the gun on me. But if you hadn't shown up, I'm not so sure your brother would be alive today.

Michael: Well, I think Kevin learned from the incident. He's had a rough time, but suicide's never the answer.

Lauren: Well, I really hope that he gets the help that he needs.

Michael: (Chuckles) this is a new experience for me.

Lauren: What is?

Michael: Generally, when I'm having a conversation about Kevin, uh, I end up defending him. People in this town are quick to judge. In their eyes, he should just skip the trial, go right to the electric chair.

Lauren: Michael, your brother's been accused of some pretty serious crimes.

Michael: Doesn't get much more serious-- statutory rape, arson, attempted murder.

Lauren: And what about Brittany Hodges?

Michael: Yeah, that's a real tragedy.

Lauren: Some people think that he's involved in that.

Michael: Well, he says he's innocent.

Lauren: Do you believe him? (Slams cup on table)

Lauren: I'm sorry. That was out of bounds.

Michael: Look, there's no question that Kevin is a very troubled young man. And if he committed a crime or crimes, he should have to face the consequences. But until then, he's innocent until proven guilty, right?

Lauren: I feel the same way.

Michael: What do you want from me?

Lauren: I want to know how he got to the place of hopelessness, how he was filled with so much pain that he thought that the only answer was to take his life.

Michael: That's been building for a long time. He wasn't always this way.

Lauren: What was he like when he was young?

Michael: He was a great kid-- smart, funny, full of potential. Maybe if he hadn't been brought up in a nuthouse, he would have had a chance.

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Bobby: You find anything?

Hank: Gentlemen, go ahead. I'll be out in a minute. Thanks. You know, you got an electrical panel out back without a lock on it.

Bobby: Ange, you want to take care of that?

Angelo: Sure thing, boss.

Bobby: You never said, did you find anything?

Hank: You're right. I didn't say.

Bobby: Okay. Well, there was something in those bags.

Hank: That's why they call them evidence bags.

Bobby: Fine. Then can you at least tell me if what you found points at Kevin Fisher?

Angelo: He ain't gonna tell you anything, Bobby.

Bobby: Ange...

Angelo: See, cops-- they like this. They get a kick outta being in control, right?

Bobby: Ange, shut up. I'm sorry. Ange, get back to work.

Hank: You saw Fisher earlier the day of the incident, am I right?

Bobby: That's right. He was a little worried about his job, and rightly so. I fired him on the spot.

Hank: So he was upset when he left.

Bobby: Yeah, he was real upset.

Hank: And he thought Ms. Hodges might have something to do with the reason you fired him.

Bobby: Look, I don't know what the guy was thinking. He's nuts, all right? He did know that her and her friends ratted him out to me

Hank: You sure you didn't see him again that day?

Bobby: Well, look, I can't be everyplace. Nah, I didn't see him.

Angelo: Hey, listen, Detective.

Bobby: Ange, okay, not right now, okay? This guy's on our side, so don't cause us any trouble.

Angelo: Hey, would you let me get a word out? I saw Fisher later that same day. I mean, here. He was here at the club.

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(Knock on door)

Kevin: Marilyn?

Brittany: That's right, Kevin. It's me. But you can call me Brittany now.

Kevin: Okay. Sure. Uh, Brittany.

Brittany: Well, aren't you gonna invite me in?

Kevin: You want to come in?

Brittany: Yes, I do.

Kevin: Oh, okay.

Brittany: I have something to show you.

Kevin: Show me? What?

Brittany: This. How do you like it?

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J.T.: Afraid? Hell yeah, I'm afraid. Let's see you get up in front of all those people and wonder if your voice is gonna crack or a string is gonna break.

Colleen: This goes beyond stage fright, and you know it. You don't believe in yourself. That's what your problem is. It's the only thing holding you back. I know you want this, and I know you're excited about all the possibilities this could open up, but you don't think you can cut it. You don't think you have what it takes. So instead of trying and having a little faith, you're taking the easy way out. That way you have nothing to lose, right? But don't you see? You'll have lost it already? Listen. Here is Shiloh’s card. Call her, will you?

J.T.: Where'd you get this?

Colleen: Your kitchen counter.

J.T.: This is how you did that thing with Smokey, isn't it?

Colleen: It was my idea to have him talk to you, but someone had to get us backstage.

J.T.: You are too much, you know that? It's unbelievable.

Colleen: Listen, I gotta get to class.

J.T.: All right. Hey, hold on a second. Listening to what you just said to me, makes me realize how lucky I am to be with you.

Colleen: We're both lucky. I love you.

Colleen: Now call.

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Ashley: You're being unreasonable.

Jack: I am being realistic.

Ashley: Please rejoin us.

John: Jack, are you aware that if we sue Victor in civil court, there are no guarantees?

Jill: We could end up with a lot less than $75 million.

Ashley: Are you really willing to gamble the future of our company on something that might happen months, maybe years down the line?

John: Ashley's right. It could take a long time.

Jack: When did we suddenly become so timid? What happened to the take-no-prisoners approach that got us this far? If we back down now, Newman wins.

Ashley: I think we all know what this is really all about. It's about Jack's vendetta.

Jill: Would you think about it, please?

Ashley: And there's no amount of money--

Jill: A settlement now would solve all our financial problems!

Jack: No, no, no, no, no, no. For the first time in my life, I'm holding an axe over Newman’s skull, and I'm damn sure gonna use it!

Ashley: Well, thank God there's only one of you.

Jack: You know, sis, you and I could have this conversation on--

John: Quiet, Jack! Quiet, all of you! This conversation has gotten out of hand. Now I am going to make it perfectly clear exactly what we're going to do. So you all best pay attention to what I've decided.

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Lauren: Kevin told me a little bit about his childhood.

Michael: I'm sure he left out the worst parts.

Lauren: Tell me what I don't know.

Michael: Let's just say terrible things went on in that house, especially with Kevin.

Michael: You don't need to hear the details, but it was bad when I was there. Who knows what went on after I left.

Lauren: Must have been hard for you to leave him there alone.

Michael: Oh, no. No, not at all.

Lauren: Do you regret it now?

Michael: Well, I suppose. I don't see what I could have done. You know, I was a young man. I just wanted to get out of there, start living on my own. When I was in law school, I let him stay with me, but by then it was too late. He was a mess already, so I kicked him out and never looked back-- never had to till he popped up in my life again. And then I realized the toll it had taken, growing up the way he did. You know, you look at him today, Kevin’s just a shell of who he used to be. And, you know, the old Kevin just... slips away little by little every day, and I don't know how to reach him.

Lauren: Well, I think you're doing a better job than you realize.

Michael: Hmm. I'm not so sure about that.

Lauren: You stopped him from killing himself.

Michael: To the regret of many.

Lauren: Well, not to me. I mean, he may be guilty, but that does not mean that his life is any less valuable than anyone else’s. I believe that.

Michael: Well, you are in the minority, which is why I have to get people to back off and give the kid some peace. If people keep ganging up on him, who knows what he'll do?

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Brittany: What's the matter, Kevin? Don't you like what you see? Well, come on. Why won't you say anything? Don't you like what you've done? A little grudge, a little electricity-- just look at your handiwork. You must be pretty proud of yourself, huh?

Kevin: Now, Brittany, I'm so sorry this happened to you.

Brittany: Right. I'm sure you are.

Kevin: You've got it all wrong, though. It wasn't me.

Brittany: Yeah? Are you sure about that?! Why don't you take a good look? I mean, really look at it. It's impressive, huh? Why do you keep looking away? Don't you want to see it?! I would think after all the trouble that you went through, you would--

Kevin: Oh, God. Stop, please! You have to listen to me.

Brittany: I do? Why?

Kevin: Because you're so beautiful and...

Brittany: I was.

Kevin: No. I know that you didn't like me, but I... I would never do something like this to mess you up.

Brittany: Why in the world should I believe you for five seconds?

Kevin: Because-- because it's the truth. Brittany. Brittany, it's the truth, okay? I swear I had nothing to do with your accident.

Brittany: But, Kevin, it wasn't an accident.

Kevin: Right. Right, right. Somebody hooked ..... the pole to a breaker, I guess. Well, it had to be someone who knows a lot more about electricity than me, because I couldn't pull something like that off if my life depended on it.

Brittany: You know, I could almost believe you, except you're such a pathological liar!

Brittany: You know, you thought all the girls at that club were real low class. You didn't think much of any of us. I bet you think this scar is God's punishment!

Kevin: You're wrong. You're wrong. I would take it away if I could.

Brittany: Oh, I bet you would! Because it's gonna land you in jail, and I hope they throw away the key!

Kevin: All right, listen to me! I'm sorry you got hurt, okay? It's really tough, but it happens in this life, all right?! People get knocked around! You think you have the market cornered on that?! I mean, how do you think I feel? Everyone's blaming me for doing this, and I didn't!

Brittany: Oh, great. Yeah, just change the subject. Try to divert me from thinking about my messed up face, so you don't have to think about what you did! Is it possible that you're starting to feel just a little bit guilty about ruining my life?!

Kevin: You know, if I had done this, I would feel guilty. If I had done this, I would feel guilty, but I didn't okay? I didn’t.

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Bobby: You know what? How was it you never told me that he was here that day?

Angelo: Well, for one thing, you never asked me. And for another, I mean, why? I assumed the kid was here getting the last of his stuff.

Bobby: What stuff? He doesn't have any stuff, Ange.

Angelo: Hey. Hey, Bobby, don't yell. Lo, the kid came out of the back room. He was carrying a bag, you know, one of those briefcase kind of things? I assume he had some, what, computer in there and maybe some papers or somethin'.

Hank: Did you see what was in the bag?

Angelo: No.

Hank: What was he wearing?

Angelo: I can't remember.

Bobby: Hey, think, Ange.

Angelo: Hey, Bobby, I didn't write everything down, all right? Uh... it was street clothes, okay. It, like, wasn't a jacket or tie or anything.

Hank: Did you talk to him?

Angelo: Yeah. Uh, yeah, he said he had just been fired. And he was gettin' his stuff. And I told him maybe he should get a job, you know, working with animals or something, because he ain't too good with people. Then he said something back that wasn't very nice, and I told him to get out while he could still chew his food. Is that important?

Hank: Well, it places Fisher here during the time when the wiring would have been done. And you know those wires on the pole weren't there the previous day.

Bobby: No, no way. Cleaning crew comes in the night before. They're very thorough. If there was something, they would have said something to me.

Hank: And then there's the back entrance.

Bobby: Well, we keep that locked during the day and after we close. But at night when we're full, it's gotta stay unlocked-- fire code.

Hank: Well, thank you, gentlemen. This has been most helpful. Appreciate your time.

Bobby: Hey, Weber, you gonna get back to me?

Hank: Let's hope you read about it in the paper.

Angelo: Right.

Bobby: You know what, Ange? You gotta start telling me this stuff.

Angelo: Fine. Hey, look, I'll keep a list of everybody that comes in and out of here.

Bobby: I'm not screwing around.

Angelo: Fine, fine.

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Shiloh: Oh, coffee, please--black.

J.T.: Shiloh.

Shiloh: J.T., What a surprise.

J.T.: Hey, are you running off somewhere? I got a table over here.

Shiloh: Well, what a coincidence. I have a few minutes.

J.T.: Great. Hey, Trevor, can you bring coffee over here, man? Thanks. So tell me the truth-- you here for the coffee or were you just hoping to run into me?

Shiloh: A little of both.

J.T.: Good, 'cause I wanted to talk to you. I was about to call you until I saw you come in here.

Shiloh: Well, in that case, I'm glad you caught me.

J.T.: So I understand you're the one that got us those backstage passes. Pretty cool.

Shiloh: I'm glad you enjoyed yourself.

J.T.: Yeah, it was amazing. It really was. I guess you and Colleen kind of ganged up on me.

Shiloh: Oh, it was for a good cause.

J.T.: Think so?

Shiloh: Question is-- was it worth the effort? Have you reconsidered my offer?

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Brittany: You know, the doctors didn't think I was gonna make it. They thought maybe I was going to have some brain damage or that maybe my heart wouldn't work right again. But I guess I got lucky, because all I have is this-- this right here on my face, this thing that won't ever go away! Come on, Kevin, look at it! Look at what you did to me!

Kevin: It's not so bad.

Brittany: It's not so bad?! It's hideous. I'm hideous. Do you understand that? Do you understand how it feels to have people stare at you, to feel how they pity you for being so ugly? I am a freak! You made me a freak, Kevin!

Kevin: No. No, I--I thought you were starting to listen to me. It wasn't me. I'm not the person you should be so angry with!

Brittany: Tell me something. If you're so innocent, why does everyone think it was you?

Kevin: Because... because...

Brittany: Because you're a freak, too, right?!

Kevin: Yeah, yeah. I guess. Maybe, I don't know!

Brittany: Well, I do. You see, I'm starting to get how you think. I'm starting to get how it feels like to have everyone be disgusted by you. And you know what? I want someone to pay for what happened to me. And that somebody is gonna be you!

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Michael: Kevin is unpredictable, Lauren. You never know what will set him off.

Lauren: Well, you tell me if you need anything.

Michael: Are you sure you want to get involved?

Lauren: I already am, Michael. I'm the reason he put that loaded gun to his head. And I so want him to get his life back and maybe only prison can do that. But I believe he has a lot to offer this world.

Michael: (Sighs) you have a good heart, Lauren Fenmore.

Lauren: I need to get back to the boutique.

Michael: Lauren, about what I said earlier-- you know, getting people to ease up on my brother-- do you think you could talk to Paul?

Lauren: Oh, Michael, I don't know.

Michael: I believe you can do it. He would listen to you. Convince him that all this harassment is doing more harm than good.

Lauren: I cannot make any promises.

Michael: I understand.

Lauren: All right, good-bye.

Michael: Good-bye.

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John: Now we can argue till we're blue in the face. But we cannot allow anger and dissention to cloud our business judgment.

Jack: Bad judgment if you ask me.

Ashley: That's enough.

Jill: Could we just hear what your father has to say, please?

John: Thank you. Now I think I've made it perfectly clear to all of you where I stand. Victor has made us a substantial offer to settle this matter. Oh, yes, Jack, we could play hardball and we could squeeze another $5 or $10 million out of him.

Jack: It still wouldn't be enough.

John: Do you wish to run this meeting?

Jack: Sorry.

John: Now when Victor returns, we are going to get together with him and accept his offer.

Jack: Dad, we don't have--

John: $75 million, end of story. All in favor?

Nikki: Aye.

Jack: Well, congratulations, folks. You just handed the black knight another victory. Hell, he didn't even have to break a sweat this time.

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J.T.: So, uh--thanks, Trevor. So that means that the offer's still on the table?

Shiloh: I wouldn't be sitting here if it weren’t.

J.T.: Okay, okay. Well, um... I'm in.

Shiloh: You're signing with us?

J.T.: Yeah, I'm signing with you guys.

Shiloh: Oh, that's great, J.T.! Congratulations and welcome to beachfront records.

J.T.: Thank you very much.

Shiloh: I knew you were too smart to pass this up. You just needed a little push.

J.T.: All right, so now that I've signed, I'm onboard, what happens next?

Shiloh: Okay, we dive right in. We have the legal department draw up a contract. Once that's signed, we start booking you for performances-- smaller venues at first. In the meantime, we are gonna start gathering new material for your first cd. We will introduce you to the P.R. people. They're gonna put together a package for you--

J.T.: Hey, all this happens at once?

Shiloh: That's the way it works. We gotta get a jump on this, especially with summer just around the corner.

J.T.: Hold on a second. All this happens here while I'm going to school?

Shiloh: No, of course not, J.T. You'll be coming back with me to L.A.

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Kevin: Brittany, I told you how sorry I am. I know that what happened to you was terrible.

Brittany: Not was. Is! It happens to me every single day of my life, Kevin-- every time I see my face in the mirror, every time someone stares at me. Do you have any idea what it's like to live with this scar, to know that your chance at life's expired? Do you?!

Kevin: If there's anyone that can understand that, it's me. And I'm sorry.

Brittany: "Sorry" doesn't fix my face! Sorry doesn't give me my life back!

Kevin: I know. I know, I know. I know. I know what it's like to be stuck in a trap that you can't escape. I would never do that to anyone else, cause I know how terrible it is. It's how I've lived my whole life. One last time-- I'm not the guy you're looking for. I'm not. (Knock on door)

Hank: Mr. Fisher, open up. We have a warrant to search the premises, sir.

Brittany: You were saying?

Kevin: Brittany, please--

Brittany: Liar!

Kevin: No.

Brittany: Liar!

Kevin: Plea--

Hank: Ma'am, are you okay?

Hank: It's for you, Mr. Fisher.

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

Jack: I am the C.E.O. of the company, and I'm pulling rank, and I will decide this.

Ashley: So you're gonna play dirty with me?

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Hank: You ever come on to Brittany? She ever turn you down?

Kevin: Guys get turned down every day, Detective. They don't go out and try to kill the girl.

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