Tuesday Y&R Transcript 4/27/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/27/04--Canada; Wednesday 4/28/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nick: Oh, I haven't felt this relaxed in days.

Sharon: Why, honey? Something been bothering you?

Nick: Well, I didn't want to burden you with this, but, um, I'm about to be unemployed.


Dru: Honey, have fun with your father, okay? Take your mind of off things. Okay, bye. (Sighs) al right, girl. This is the time of truth. It's do-or-die, sweetheart. Just relax. Breathe. You can convince ashley and jack that this hair straightener will work. No worries. (Doorbell rings)

Dru: It's gonna be fabulous.

Olivia: Dru, its Olivia. Open up.

Dru: Oh, lord. Where's the fire?

Olivia: I'm glad you're here. We've got to talk.

Dru: Talk about what?

Olivia: You know darn well about what. Look, you have no idea what kind of risk you're taking by testing this hair straightener on yourself. Now promise me you're not gonna play guinea pig with these potentially dangerous, untried chemicals. I want your word on this.


Phyllis: Hey! Hey, what's the verdict? Are we celebrating, or what?

Damon: Sure. I suppose we could celebrate.

Phyllis: You suppose we can? Hey, wh-what happened? Did you get those vials of the hair straightening extract, or what?

Damon: Yeah, I got 'em.

Phyllis: Good. Oh, okay, listen, I know what's goin' on. You're an honorable guy, and you feel guilty, right? Listen, stop--stop right there. You don't have to feel that way, okay? Think of what led up to this. Jabot pulled the plug on this project, and you've been sweating over it for months.

Damon: Oh, I know, but--

Phyllis: Oh, it's-- it's your life's work, okay? You deserve this formula.

Damon: I don't disagree with what you're sayin'. I--

Phyllis: Okay, good. So what's going on? Wait, are you afraid that-- that they're gonna take legal action on us if we start peddling this extract to another cosmetics firm? Because believe me, they can't prove anything. We could just say that we got the extract somewhere else, from some other orchids. Legitimately, we can say that. Un-unless somebody saw you at the lab.

Damon: (Chuckles) yeah, well, you see, that's the thing. Someone did see me at the lab.

Phyllis: Who?

Damon: Drucilla Winters.


Chris: Mmm. That totally hit the spot.

Daniel: Yeah, it's pretty decent. Thank you.

Chris: You're welcome. So this is fun, a night, just the two of us.

Daniel: Dad go out clubbing a lot?

Chris: Almost never. He's not out clubbing.

Daniel: Yeah, he's checking out some singer, yeah.

Chris: He is trying to help a young girl get back on her feet. She had a bad accident where--

Daniel: Right. I heard.

Chris: You sound skeptical.

Daniel: Just curious.

Chris: I am, too.

Daniel: Oh, yeah? About what?

Chris: About you.


Audience: Whoo! Come on, Marilyn!

Bobby: Hey, how you doin'? Thank you. Thank you. All right, listen, I want to thank everybody for coming down to marsino's tonight. I see a lot of familiar faces here, so basically you know what kind of show we put on here night after night.

Man: Bring it on, Bobby! Come on! Whoo!

Bobby: All right, all right, hold on. Tonight's show is gonna be a little different. Well, not that much, 'cause you've all heard is young lady sing before.

Man #2: Yeah, we seen a lot of her, too.

Bobby: (Laughs) yeah, thatís... that is true. But listen, I just wanna say, I got a lot of respect for the girls that get up here and entertain you. I mean, a lot of people couldn't do it. And some of 'em, we wouldn't want to do it, like Stan. All right. But it takes a lot of guts to get up here and take your clothes off. And I think it takes even more to get up here and sing a song with your clothes on.

Man: Sing? I think we wanna see some skin, huh?

Audience: Yeah!

Bobby: Okay. All right, all right. Hey, all right, I'm talkin' here. Now I'm sure a lot of you are aware that a few months ago, one of our girls got hurt pretty bad here. She was knocked down pretty good, but she's a brave, tough, young chick, and she's working her way back up. Now unless any of you here think that you can sing a love song that's gonna rip our hearts out, huh? Do I have any takers? All right, then I want you to put your hands together big time for the beautiful, the talented, the vivacious--Marilyn.

Audience: (Cheering)

Bobby: Come on out. (Cheers, applause and whistles)


Phyllis: Okay. Drucilla Winters. Well, that's typical. You know, she just shows up like a, um, bad fungus-- at the worst possible time.

Damon: She surprised me while I was packing these boxes.

Phyllis: Uh-huh. Did she see you take the formula?

Damon: No. But she can place me at the lab tonight. It could cause a problem later on.

Phyllis: Oh, gosh. Talk about the worst possible timing, the most unlucky timing.

Damon: You know, I don't think luck had a thing to do with it.

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Damon: Dru knew I was there even before she arrived. She had her secretary sound an alert the minute I walked into the building.

Phyllis: Why?

Damon: I guess she's suspicious of me because of my connection with you.

Phyllis: Oh, so now she's monitoring your comings and goings? Where does she get off?

Damon: You know what really bothers me?

Damon: How quickly everything just went sour at Jabot. I mean, you know, it wasn't all that long ago we all had such high hopes.

Phyllis: Well, listen, that's not... that's not totally true. Ashley was never behind this project.

Damon: Well, that's true. But, you know, in the final analysis, I think Drucilla and myself are the only two people who really ever counted on this project working out.

Phyllis: All right. Um, it sounds to me a little bit like you're feeling sorry for her.

Damon: Well, yeah, a little. I mean, even now she can barely face the truth.

Phyllis: How do you mean?

Damon: She pleaded with me not to quit. Thought if we tested the product ourselves, we could prove that it worked. You know, force Jack and Ashley to reconsider.

Phyllis: Yeah, you told her no way, right?

Damon: Well, of course I did. I don't know. I just can't help feelin' bad for her, that's all.

Phyllis: Oh, Damon.

Damon: Nah, nah, nah, nah, think about it, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Oh, oh.

Damon: Think about it. You and I have the only two vials of formula in our possession. That leaves Drucilla high and dry. Nothing to show for all her hard work, absolutely nothing.


Dru: What are you doing to me?

Olivia: You don't know what's in that formula.

Dru: I don't need to know what's in the formula. I'm not the chemist.

Olivia: Precisely my point.

Dru: Why you hasslin' me, you know how loaded this is? You know how much I have to lose. If I can't get my job, I can't save the company.

Olivia: At the risk of your own health, you're gonna play with a prototype that hasn't been tested?

Dru: Vanessa Lerner tested it.

Olivia: No, no, not the synthesized version. What she used was the natural stuff, and even then, the discovery was completely by accident. There was no scientific testing, no controls, nothing.

Dru: You know how kinky that girl's hair was, now it's flawless and straight.

Olivia: That's not the point!

Dru: It is the point.

Olivia: No, Dru, it's not! Look, you don't know if you can replicate what happened to Vanessa, because you're using a different substance, one that Damon created in his lab. It's a whole different ball game.

Dru: Maybe to you.

Olivia: Did Damon say that this should be tested on people? Did he?

Dru: Oh, he doesn't have time to test every little thing, Liv.

Olivia: Testing is not a little thing. What about the potential risk to your health? What about the side effects? You don't know anything about this product.

Dru: Only one way to find out, right?

Olivia: Dru, as a doctor, as--as your sister, as your friend, will you listen to me? This idea of yours, it's terrible. You're-- you're not listening to me. You're gonna do what you want to do, right?

Dru: Liv, I know there's a risk involved. But I have no choice, okay?

Olivia: Of course you have a choice. You're just so stubborn. You know what? I'm not gonna stand by and let you jeopardize your health.

Dru: What would you have me do?

Olivia: I would have you promise me that you're not gonna use it.

Dru: I'll promise to think about it.

Olivia: It's not good enough.

Dru: Too bad. All I got.

Olivia: Fine. If you won't listen to me, I'm sure someone will.

Dru: Oh.

Olivia: Yeah. Maybe Damon or Ashley. I'm sure they'd go ballistic if I told them what you were up to.

Dru: Well, let me help you out the door, sister. Come this way.

Olivia: Dru, I'm not kidding. 'Cause I'll--

Dru: I'm not kidding either. Huh.

Olivia: Is that what I think it is?

Dru: You better leave that alone!

Olivia: No. Stop it. No!

Dru: Leave it alone. Give it back.

Olivia: You're not gonna use this on your hair!


Daniel: Why would you be curious about me?

Chris: Since we're roomies...

Chris: So what do you think of Genoa City so far?

Daniel: It's fine.

Chris: So what do you enjoy? What do you like to do for fun?

Daniel: I was about to ask you that.

Chris: Oh, you were, were you?

Daniel: You seem like you work a lot.

Chris: Welcome to America.

Daniel: So what about your spare time? Any men in your life?

Chris: Like you said, I put in about a 60-hour week.

Daniel: Let's see, that leaves 108 free hours.

Chris: Oh, good at math.

Daniel: Minus eating, sleeping and showering, that leaves 38 hours for dates. Not bad.

Chris: You're teasing me.

Daniel: I don't think so. So what's the deal, you and my dad together again?


Sharon: Unemployed? Meaning what?

Nick: Dad's about to boot me out of my job, replace me as interim C.E.O.

Sharon: Nicholas, are you serious?

Nick: Guess who he's giving it to.

Sharon: Who?

Nick: Neil Winters. Or at least, he's the odds-on favorite. Meanwhile, I'm supposed to help him transition. You know, make him look good. Isn't that ridiculous?

Sharon: This doesn't make any sense. Why would Victor do this?

Nick: It's payback.

Sharon: No. Honey, really?

Nick: Yes, really. This is totally my Dad's style.

Nick: But, look, I don't want to talk about this, okay? I don't want it to ruin our night.

Sharon: You couldn't even if you tried.

Sharon: But for the record, I do think it's really unfair. I mean, you've worked so hard.

Nick: Shh.

Sharon: You have.

Nick: Baby, I don't want you to worry about it, okay? I'm dealing with it. Hey, how about some good news for a change?

Sharon: Oh, you have some?

Nick: Yeah. I saw something in the business section today. It seems pretty likely that Cameron Kirsten is alive.


Bobby: Brittany. Come on, it's okay. Now you can do this.

Brittany: No, I canít.

Bobby: Yes, you can.

Brittany: Bobby, please, don't make me.

Bobby: Look, I'm not gonna make you do anything. But these guys wanna hear you sing.

Brittany: No, they donít.

Bobby: That's not true. Now come on, you've come this far. Let's see it through.


Rose: Danny, I hope she's okay.

Danny: She'll be great.

Audience: (Murmuring)

Brittany: I shouldn't be up here.

Raul: Come on, baby. Sing.

Danny: You can do it.

Rose: You know you can.

Brittany: No. This is, uh... this is Bobby Marsino being nice to me. Um, Maureen, Brenda, why don't you get up here and give the people what they want?

Maureen: Do your show.

Brenda: You look so beautiful. Sing.

J.T.: Come on. We want Marilyn.

Brittany: J.T., Donít.

Stan: Hey, Marilyn, you remember me?

Brittany: Stan, right?

Stan: Yeah, that's me. Come on, kid. I love it when you sing.


Bobby: Come on, babe. From the soul, remember?

Bobby: (Whispers) okay.

Bobby: (Whispers) put it on, Ange.

(Music resumes playing)

Brittany: Oh my love my darlin' I've hungered for your touch a long lonely time

Brittany: And time goes by so slowly and time can do so much are you still mine? I need your love I need your love Godspeed your love to me

Brittany: Lonely rivers sigh wait for me wait for me I'll be coming home wait for me oh my love my darlin' I've hungered for your touch are you still mine? I need your love I need your love Godspeed your love to me (no audio) (applause)

Audience: (Cheering)


Phyllis: Yeah. My heart bleeds for Drucilla.

Damon: You could have just a little bit of compassion, you know?

Phyllis: Yep, I could. At least she has a job.

Damon: Perhaps not for much longer. She's seeing the writing on the wall.

Phyllis: That is not our fault, okay? We're the ones who are about to jump into the abyss without a net.

Damon: Which is precisely the way you like to live, isn't it?

Phyllis: No guts, no glory, porter. Mm-hmm. Just talking about the future gets my creative juices flowing. So... (giggles) let's not talk about Ms. Winters, and, um, well, rejoice in a toast.

Damon: All right, then.

Phyllis: All right. And before we clink our glasses, I want to see one of those vials. Can I see the vials?

Damon: Okay.

Damon: Damn it! (Hits chair)

Phyllis: What--what happened? Did they break?

Damon: No, no, there were two! There were two vials! Now there's one.

Phyllis: All right. All right. What do you think happened?

Both: Drucilla.


Dru: Ooh!

Olivia: No!

Dru: Give it to me! Just give it to me. Give me the vial.

Olivia: No. You are not using this in your hair.

Dru: It's my decision, Liv.

Olivia: Not anymore.

Dru: Okay, two can play that game, okay? All right. You need the keys, right? Give me the vial.

Olivia: Drucilla.

Dru: Fair exchange ain't a robbery.

Olivia: Those keys have nothing to do with this.

Dru: We'll see how you feel about it when they end up down the elevator shaft. Give me the vial.

Olivia: Don't you dare. No.

Dru: All right. You brought it on yourself. You brought it on yourself, Liv.

Olivia: Don't you dare! What are you doing? You...

Dru: (Laughs) later.

Olivia: You are not--

Dru: Get outta here!

Olivia: Stop it! It's not worth the risk, Dru. Stop it. No! Oh, Dru.


Chris: Define "together."

Daniel: Why don't you?

Chris: You're right. We shouldn't be keeping things from you.

Daniel: So you and my Dad are whatever?

Chris: I suppose that's one way to describe it, yeah.

Daniel: He didn't want me to know, though, huh?

Chris: Well, it's not like its some deep, dark secret. Yes, we are dating again. We were just trying to be...

Daniel: Discreet?

Chris: Exactly.

Daniel: It's cool. I kind of guessed, anyway.

Chris: I kinda figured.

Daniel: So you decided to come clean.

Chris: You upset?

Daniel: What, that you're his girlfriend? Why would I be? You want me to clean this stuff up?

Chris: Um, no. In a minute. I... as long as we're talking so openly, there's something else wanna discuss with you.

Daniel: More secrets.

Chris: Your Mom came by the other night. She was very anxious to see you. In fact, it was all I could do to get her to leave.


 (Music fades out)

Danny: Whoo-hoo!

Bobby: (Whistles)

Brittany: Thank you. Thank you so much.

Rose: You did it all by yourself.

Brittany: No.

Danny: She's right, you know?

Brittany: Thank you.

Danny: It was great.

Bobby: You must be Romalotti.

Danny: Yeah. You must be Marsino, right?

Bobby: That's right. And you must be Rose.

Rose: Yes, sir.

Bobby: Don't call me sir. Call me Bobby. I want to thank you two for coming down here tonight.

Danny: Well, Brittanyís quite a girl, isn't she?

Bobby: Yeah, she is quite a girl. So you did it. You had 'em eatin' outta the palm of your hand. You shoulda seen it. There were two guys, they stopped breathin'. They blew. They're in the back. (Laughs)

J.T.: Man, look at her over there, just eatin' it up.

Raul: Can't blame her.

J.T.: Well, go over there and join her. Come on, Raul.

Raul: No. Nah, nah, let her have her fun. We'll have plenty of time. Look at her smilin' over there. You tell me that's not a beautiful girl. And my... and that voice...

J.T.: Yeah.

Raul: Did you love that?

J.T.: I gotta admit, I had a couple of goose bumps going there.

Raul: Yeah.

J.T.: Boy, she's one hell of a singer, isn't she?

Raul: That's a great way to end it.

J.T.: End it. Oh, yeah, that's right, she promised you, uh, no more Marsino's. You think the coffeehouse... I mean, I don't know, but I... it won't be anything like this, that's for sure.

Raul: Well, why not? Think about it. You sing there, you do a great job, people like you. You get the kudos, new people come in to listen to you. Hey, most people would rather not come to a place like this anyway.

J.T.: You got a point. You definitely got a point.


Sharon: Cameron is alive?

Nick: Yeah, looks that way.

Sharon: Well, what on earth did you read that made you think that?

Nick: It was an interesting article about the S.E.C. probing into his business dealings.

Sharon: An investigation?

Nick: Uh-huh, into Cameron and his company. There's a whole list of allegations.

Sharon: Wow. Since when?

Nick: Well, I guess it's been going on for awhile. It just recently became public, which would explain why he chose to conveniently disappear.

Sharon: Well, did the paper actually say that or..

Nick: No. I read between the lines, but it's so obvious-- the guy's a billionaire. He has no wife, no kids, a ton of offshore accounts, I mean, this guy is off somewhere partying, and we are never gonna hear from him again.

Sharon: I suppose it's possible, but--

Nick: And there is no way that I'm the only one who has put two and two together.

Sharon: What do you mean?

Nick: Well, I'm sure Detective Weber and grace saw it. Who knows? Maybe this'll finally get 'em off our backs. It serves her right. Grace-- she sure can pick 'em, huh? I guess the same can be said for me.

Sharon: Why do you say that?

Nick: It's the way I went after Cameron. I mean, I worked so hard to make that deal happen. But it just gave my father ammunition. My lousy judgment. (Sighs) I mean, think about it-- New Year's Eve-- I ditched the party, raced back to my office and spent half the night trying to finish up that proposal for him. It's probably just some ploy of Cameronís, and I fell for it, hook, line and sinker.

Nick: Anyway... I think that there are more important things for us to talk about.

Sharon: Like what?

Nick: Like not talking.


Brittany: Thank you so much for coming. Have a nice night.

Stan: Thanks, Brittany.

Brittany: Thank you, Stan. Take care.

Brittany: Oh, a rose. What an angel you are.

Bobby: Hey. I knew you could do it.

Brittany: Boy, I sure didnít. I was paralyzed.

Bobby: Yeah, but you reached down deep inside and you found somethin'.

Brittany: Bobby, you made it happen.

Bobby: What? I just got you out onstage. You know, there wasn't one man in here that didn't think that you weren't singin' straight to him.

Brittany: No.

Bobby: All right, I take that back. It kindada felt like you were singin' it just to me.

Brittany: Bobby.

Bobby: What? Can you blame me? I mean, the way you sounded like a woman that wanted a man, how do you think I feel?

Raul: Are we interrupting?

Bobby: No. How you doin', boys? You like the show?

Raul: Hey, babe, you were brilliant.

J.T.: Yeah, you were amazing, Britt.

Brittany: Thank you, guys.

Raul: I have to say thanks for sticking it out, makin' her get up there. I was worried, but I was wrong. This was great.

Bobby: Well, you're welcome.

Raul: Listen, babe, what do you say we go to the coffeehouse and do some celebrating?

Brittany: I think I wanna stick around here for awhile and just unwind. I don't know.

J.T.: I do. You don't want it to be over. Look at this.

Brittany: Yeah, I guess, in a way.

Bobby: You know what? I'll make sure that she gets outta here, you know, soon.

Raul: Okay, then.

J.T.: So we'll just head home.

Raul: I'll be there waiting.

Brittany: Thanks, Raul. I won't be too late.

Raul: Right. Come here.

Raul: You were really, really great.

Brittany: Thanks.

J.T.: He's right, you were. Wow.

Brittany: Wow. What a night, huh, Bobby?

Bobby: It was one helluva night.


Daniel: What's my mother's problem? She keeps butting in where she isn't wanted.

Chris: The point is she's very determined to see you.

Daniel: Yeah, I get that.

Chris: And you're not happy about that.

Daniel: No.

Chris: Believe me, I understand.

Daniel: You do?

Chris: Anyone who knows the situation... look, I just want you to prepare yourself. If I know Phyllis, she's not gonna give up.

Daniel: How well do you know her?

Chris: Your Mom and I have had our ups and downs over the years.

Daniel: I bet. I'm the reason you and my Dad split up in the first place, right?

Chris: No, of course not.

Daniel: Come on. You guys were married, and suddenly, thanks to Mom, there was a kid on the scene.

Chris: Look, Daniel, I have never blamed you, not once, none of us have, that wouldn't be fair. Anyway, I just wanted you to know.

Daniel: Thanks for letting me know about Mom being such a pain.

Chris: Well, you've had a long day. I'll do the cleaning. I'll see you in the morning.

Daniel: Are you sure?

Chris: Yeah, I'm positive. Sleep well.

Daniel: Thanks again for dinner.

Chris: My pleasure.

Daniel: Look, uh... you and Dad, my staying here must be cramping your style some.

Chris: You're not.

Daniel: Are you sure?

Chris: I'm positive. Good night.

Daniel: Night.


Brittany: My last night in this place...

Angelo: Hey, Blondie. You know, I gotta tell ya, you was good as ever.

Brittany: Well, thank you, Angelo. That's quite a compliment coming from you.

Angelo: No problem, kid.

Bobby: So, Ange, how'd we do tonight?

Angelo: Good, good. Bar came out... good.

Bobby: Don't look so bummed out about it.

Angelo: Hey, look, no offense, Marilyn, but you can't make a big, dramatic comeback every night of the week, you know what I mean, Bob?

Bobby: Ange, who asked you?

Angelo: All right.

Brittany: He's right.

Bobby: Now what does he know? Come on. You weren't great because you were makin' a comeback. You were great because you were great, period. I bet the whole time up there you didn't think once of that.

Brittany: My scar?

Bobby: Yeah, and neither did one other person in the crowd, not one.

Brittany: Well, it was a magical night, Bobby. But there's something I need to tell you

Bobby: No, no, no. It was a magical night. It was good for business, too. You heard Ange. See, I've had a couple ideas floatin' around in my head, and tonight they all came together.

Brittany: What ideas?

Bobby: Goin' legit-- more singing, less stripping-- maybe even phasing out the stripping the next three, four months, 'cause I'm thinkin', like, a high-class cabaret. People like that. I mean, where do you go in this town when you go on a date, to the movies? Then what? Here we got live music. You can get a couple drinks, maybe some food.

Brittany: Bobby, you are getting carried away.

Bobby: So what if I'm carried away?

Brittany: So when you say, "live music," do you mean me?

Bobby: No, not just you. 'Cause once we get a name for legit music, then people on tour will be stoppin' in. And we'll have local bands poppin' up because they got a place to do their thing, huh? I mean, I'm tired of this. I need somethin' new, somethin' that's a challenge. What do you say? You wanna be a part of it?

Brittany: Can I give it some thought?

Bobby: Of course you can. But whatever you decide, I'm never gonna forget tonight, especially the way I felt when you sang that song to me. It was like there wasn't another soul in the room.

Brittany: Well, I'm glad it felt that way for you, Bobby.

Bobby: Are you?

Brittany: You believed in me.

Bobby: Yeah, still do. And I always will.

Bobby: Oh, did you wanna tell me somethin'?

Bobby: Good.


(Doorbell rings) (rings quickly) Dru: Oh, oh, oh. Didn't I tell you, Olivia, to butt out?! I don't know how many times--

Phyllis: Where is that hair straightener, you thief?

Dru: Oh, if it isn't Mutt and Jeff. Where's what?

Damon: We know you took that vial from my briefcase.

Dru: I haven't the foggiest idea what you're talking about. What vial?

Phyllis: What--what vial?

Damon: I put two vials of that hair straightening formula in my briefcase, Dru.

Dru: So?

Phyllis: Yeah, and when he got back to the apartment, one of the vials was gone.

Dru: So what?

Damon: You were the only one in the lab with me. I know you took it.

Dru: What if I did?

Phyllis: What if I did? What if I did? I swear, if you don't tell me where it is, I will tear--

Dru: You're gonna what? You're gonna what? Are you gonna go tattle to your husband on me? He will thank me for it.

Damon: So you did steal it.

Dru: I like to think I rescued it, yeah. That is company property. You have no right to it. You're a deserter.

Damon: You wanna listen to reason?

Dru: Finders keepers, losers weepers. I'm callin' security. I don't have time for you all.

Damon: You know what?

Dru: May I get some peace of mind?

Damon: Let's go.

Phyllis: Okay, let's go, Damon.

Damon: We're goin'.

Dru: Good. Ooh, good riddance.

Dru: (Sighs) okay, now... I am going to show you, Ashley, how fabulously straight my hair is going to become. It's going to be absolutely flawless.


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

Dru: I care about our daughter and making sure that he pays for what he did to her.


Kevin: Do you believe in heaven?

Michael: Yeah, yeah, heaven's gonna be the day you walk outta here.

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