Monday Y&R Transcript 5/17/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 5/17/04 -- Canada, Tuesday 5/18/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Phyllis: Um... did you hear me? I said I'm your mother.

Daniel: You're Phyllis?

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, I am.

Daniel: When you talked to me before--

Phyllis: When I talked to you before, I, you know, I wasn’t... I, you know, I just didn't want to tell you who I was, because I was a little frightened that-- that you might...

Daniel: I might what?

Phyllis: Well, I heard that you didn't want to see me.

Daniel: And?

Phyllis: I didn't want to upset you.

Daniel: But now--

Phyllis: Well, now I-- I want to see you. I-I want to see you, because I knew that you were in town, and--and I just... I just had to see you, Daniel.

Daniel: Why?

Phyllis: Because you're my son.

Daniel: No, I'm not. I don't even know you. Take it easy.

Phyllis: No, no, wait, wait, wait. One second.


Sharon: If you're looking for Nicholas, he went back to the office.

Victor: Actually, I'm here to see you, Sharon.

Sharon: Oh. You are?

Victor: I just wanted to let you know how pleased I am that things are working out between you and Nikki, that you're putting your differences aside, and that she's helping you with whatever crisis you're going through because of Cameron Kirsten.

Sharon: What did she tell you?

Victor: There's no reason to be upset. She just said that you were rather troubled initially when Cameron Kirsten had disappeared, but now that he's back in town, your mind seems to have been put at ease and that you can put things behind you now.

Sharon: Yeah, yeah, uh, that's what I'm doing.

Victor: How are things going between you and my son?

Sharon: Never better.

Victor: Well, that's wonderful to hear. I'm here because I'd like to ask you to do something for me. Or rather, for our family.


Michael: Sleep well, little brother. (Sighs) I'll go get some coffee.

Kevin: No, Mikey. Don't go.

Michael: I'm sorry, kiddo. I didn't mean to wake you up.

Kevin: It's okay.

Kevin: I was having the nicest dream.

Michael: Really? About what?

Kevin: You. You were saying all these cool things.

Michael: Well, doesn't sound like me. Such as?

Kevin: How sorry you were... for leaving me when we were kids... and how much you wanted me to live.

Michael: Wow.

Michael: You couldn't possibly have heard all those things. You were unconscious.

Kevin: What? You actually said that stuff?

Michael: Yeah. And I meant it. I meant every word of it.

Kevin: Wow. Did I almost die or something?

Michael: Hmm, yeah. It was... it was pretty touch and go there for awhile.

Kevin: Well, that explains it.

Michael: Explains what?

Kevin: People always say things they don't mean when it's too late.

Michael: Mnh-mnh. No. See... but it's not too late. Listen to me. It's not too late, not for us. Because starting right now at this very moment, I'm gonna be the brother that you never had.


Neil: Hey, baby.

Dru: Hey.

Neil: You, uh, feelin' better?

Dru: Little bit.

Neil: Yeah. Hey, I know how hard this whole hair loss situation has been for you.

Dru: Havin' you in my corner helps a lot, you know?

Neil: I will always be in your corner. You know that.

Dru: You know, when I came out, you looked like you were deep in thought. What's up?

Neil: You know, sweetheart, after all you're going through here, I... maybe--maybe we shouldn't talk about it.

Dru: What?

Neil: Kevin Fisher.


Chris: Mmm. This is the life.

Danny: Boy, I'll say-- a home-cooked meal, wonderful woman...

Chris: Your son, who conveniently went out for awhile.

Danny: Yeah, but not forever.

Chris: We better get dressed. (Doorbell rings)

Chris: Oh.

Danny: Uh-oh. Do you think Daniel forgot his key?

Chris: No, I actually think that is a messenger. I ordered a pick up. I have an envelope over here. Can you grab the door?

Danny: Sure.

Chris: Thanks.

Danny: You're not a messenger.

Paul: Nice robe.


Raul: Hey. Hey.

J.T.: Hey, man.

Raul: I got here as fast as I could.

J.T.: Thanks, buddy.

Raul: So what's going on? Colleen left?

J.T.: Yep. It's like I told you on the phone, man, she's, uh, she's gone. Just like that. Went back to New York to live with her Mom. I still can't believe it actually happened.

Raul: I'm sorry, man. So she caught you off guard, huh?

J.T.: Yeah. I guess the whole L.A. scene was too much for her.

J.T.: Damn it, man. I thought she'd be there every step of the way with me. I really did. But she said she was doing it for my own good. (Cell phone rings) (Ring)

Raul: Who was that?

J.T.: Shiloh. She keeps calling me, leaving me phone messages, saying I can kiss my career good-bye if I don't get back to L.A. as soon as possible.

Raul: You mean, you just--

J.T.: Yeah, yeah. I just took off. I'm supposed to be at a party right now.

J.T.: I couldn't do it, man. When I found out Colleen had left, I... I had to go after her.

J.T.: Man, my-- my whole life's tied up with that girl, Raul. I didn't know what to do without her. Still don’t.


Michael: I mean it. I am gonna make it up to you...

Michael: All those times that I should have been there, and I wasn’t.

Kevin: Don't be sad, Mikey. It's not your fault I'm here.

Michael: Do you, uh, remember, uh... do you remember anything about what happened?

Kevin: I don't want to talk about it.

Michael: That's okay.

Michael: You're wrong, though. It is my fault. You know, I should've been... (sighs) I should've been more supportive, especially after you made bail.

Kevin: I'm the one who ran.

Michael: That's because you were terrified to be behind bars.

Kevin: (Groans) they messed me up pretty good, didn't they?

Michael: Look, you know, don't sweat it. Dr. Walker says you're gonna be as good as new in a couple of weeks.

Kevin: So no “get out of jail free" card?

Michael: Hey. Why don't you let me worry about that, okay?

Kevin: I can't go back there, Mikey. I won’t.

Michael: You might have to, Pal.

Kevin: Well, then I wish I'd never woke up.


Sharon: Victor, I would do anything to help this family.

Victor: I'm very glad to hear that, Sharon. Did you say Nicholas was at the office?

Sharon: Yeah, is that a problem for you?

Victor: So you've heard?

Sharon: About your gracious offer to allow Nick to help you out with your community service while Neil Winters runs Newman Enterprises? Yeah, I heard all about that.

Victor: Does that disturb you?

Sharon: Yeah, it disturbed me. I think that it's cruel and demeaning. How could you put your son in such an untenable position, and why would you think that he would accept that?


Daniel: You're not my Mother, not in any way that matters. Now take your hand off of me, because I'm leaving.

Phyllis: No. Don't, don't, don't, don’t. Stop for a second. Just talk to me. Just talk to me for a second, okay? Just for... just tell me a little bit about yourself, and then you can go. Your--your Dad said that you were into computers, and I'm into computers, too.

Daniel: I'm not "into" them. We use them at school. And so does everybody else who doesn't live in a cave.

Phyllis: Okay, listen, I-I know that you go to school in Switzerland. I-I know that. And that must be incredible. I've only been there a couple times, to--to Europe. But--but what's that like?

Daniel: It's like anyplace else.

Phyllis: No, it's not. They have all that chocolate there. That's what Switzerland is known for, right?

Daniel: I wouldn't know.

Phyllis: I know. Of course you would not know, because look at you. You're... you must be an athlete or something. You... what... do you play any sports?

Daniel: Some.

Phyllis: What--what sports do you play?

Daniel: I lettered in crew last year.

Phyllis: Oh, that's the rowing one, right?

Daniel: Right.

Phyllis: See, I knew that. Did you have any friends on the team?

Daniel: Yeah, a few.

Phyllis: Good. Are you close to them? Do you miss them?

Daniel: Yeah, I had friends. I used to spend my holidays with them and their families. You know, always on the outside, lookin' in at the kind of family life that I never had.

Phyllis: Sweetheart...

Daniel: (Laughs) don't call me that. I'm not your "sweetheart." Maybe I was when I was a little kid, and I didn't know any better.

Phyllis: Listen, I realize that, um, there's a lot of hurt, and that--

Daniel: Hurt, hurt, hurt? (Laughs) please. You don't even know the meaning of the word. Or maybe you do. Maybe you get off on it. I don't know. Is that how it is with you... Mom?


Raul: Are you telling me that you just took off?

J.T.: Yeah.

Raul: J.T., have you ever heard of a telephone?

J.T.: Don't start with me, all right, man? I had to do this face-to-face.

J.T.: Besides, if I would've waited, I would've missed saying good-bye.

Raul: Yeah... but what about your music, huh? You know what, what about the contracts that you signed?

J.T.: Oh, believe me, I know Shiloh isn't happy with me right now.

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

Raul: Well, you're gonna have to. J.T., there's a lot of people in L.A. That are counting on you.

J.T.: Yeah, well, there were a lot of people counting on me here, too, Raul.

Raul: Yeah, but she's gone now, J.T.

J.T.: What?

Raul: No, listen. I know it's rough, bro, but--

J.T.: She meant the world to me, man.

Raul: I know.

J.T.: Do you understand that?

Raul: I know.

J.T.: Damn it.

Raul: But you're gonna have to pick up the pieces now and move on. You gotta pick up that phone. You gotta face Shiloh and those people in L.A.

J.T.: Yeah, well, it's not gonna be that easy.

Raul: What do you mean? Why? Don't tell me you bought a one-way ticket or something?

J.T.: No. But I wish I had.


Dru: Do we have to talk about this guy? He is behind bars where he belongs. He's not gonna be able to hurt any more young girls. Let it go.

Neil: Oh, yeah? But it still doesn't seem right, Dru.

Dru: What's not right about it? What's not right about it? A man who put our daughter through a horrible ordeal...

Neil: He was arrested for a completely different crime.

Dru: So what? Who cares?

Neil: "So what? Who cares?" So the end justifies the means?

Dru: Oh, listen, we have been through this already. He committed sick crimes, and now he's gonna have to pay for something.

Neil: I'm not feelin' you on that, you know? Because, what, we have evidence here that he probably had nothing to do with what happened to Brittany. Now if we don't go to the police and tell them what we know--

Dru: He takes the fall.

Neil: Yes, that's right...

Dru: Good.

Neil: He takes the fall.

Dru: I don't care. Then the scales of justice will be balanced.

Neil: Darlin', you-- you know that I want Kevin Fisher to pay for what he's done to our daughter. But we can't turn a blind eye to the facts or to the law, can we?

Dru: If you're asking me, I'm sayin', yes, we can.

Neil: Hey.

Dru: Oh, yes.

Neil: You're forgetting something else.

Dru: What?

Neil: If Kevin Fisher is convicted of trying to kill Brittany, then whoever intended to murder that girl is running loose on the streets somewhere. Are you okay with that? 'Cause I'm not.


Michael: Don't talk like that, Kevin.

Kevin: It's the truth. I'd rather die than go back to that hellhole.

Michael: All right. You know, I know how you feel. And you're just gonna have to hang in there. I'm gonna clear your name.

Kevin: Can't you talk to the doctors and tell 'em--

Michael: Tell 'em what? Tell 'em what, that you don't like confined spaces because your father was a whack job who locked you in a closet, that our Mother was a spineless wimp who was too afraid of the jerk to stick up for you?

Kevin: I don't care. I don't care what you tell 'em as long as you convince them to keep me here, at least until after the trial.

Michael: It's not like a hotel. You can't wave your credit card and extend your stay.

Kevin: Please, Mikey. You're a lawyer. They'll listen to you, I know they will.

Michael: Kevin, even if they wanted to, it's not up to them. You're in police custody.

Kevin: I thought you said you would help me.

Michael: I am, anyway I can. You are asking the impossible.

Kevin: This is crazy, mike. I'm innocent. Why won't anyone believe me?

Michael: I believe you, Kevin. I believe you.

Kevin: Please, I'm begging you. Don't let them take me back.

Michael: You see, just calm down. I'm gonna take care of this.

Kevin: I gotta get outta here.

Michael: Okay, just--

Kevin: Somebody help me get outta here.

Michael: Kevin, Kevin, stay down, please.

Lauren: I don't care. I I demand to see Kevin Fisher. How can you be so heartless?

Michael: Don't move. All right, look, don't move. I'll be right... let me see what's going on.

Lauren: This is an outrageous abuse of pow-- Michael, thank God. Would you please tell this man that I can go see Kevin?

Michael: What's the problem, Detective?

Hank: Fisher could still be dangerous. I can't take that chance.

Michael: The only reason my brother is in here is because of police negligence. Let the lady in. I'll take responsibility if anything happens.

Hank: All right. I'll, uh, allow Ms. Fenmore to go in, but only for a few mines. And you have to be searched, and, also, you have to leave your purse here.

Lauren: Fine.

Hank: We're locking the door behind you. You sure you want to do this?

Lauren: Kevin would never hurt me, not in a million years.


Victor: I see that Nicholas has interpreted the facts as he sees them from his point of view.

Sharon: Well, what do you expect? He's my husband. He tells me how he feels.

Victor: And how does he feel?

Sharon: He's hurt. He's really hurt.

Victor: That's why I'm here.

Sharon: Why, to hurt him some more?

Victor: Because I would like you to understand my point of view.

Sharon: I understand. I mean, we all do. I mean, you're Victor Newman. You call all the shots.

Victor: Sharon, if it only were that simple. Do you know that I've been laying awake for nights trying to figure out how to forgive my son for turning me in to the federal authorities, trying to figure out how we move on from here?

Sharon: Well, throwing him out of Newman wasn't a great start.

Victor: I remember the day when you found out I was going to be arrested. How you came to me, and how you told me how horrified you were.

Sharon: I was sick about it, especially because of the kids. It broke my heart.

Victor: You don't think it broke mine? It was as if someone had plunged a knife into my heart. You know, I've done a lot of reading in my life, and the bible and mythology and great literature is full of conflicts between fathers and sons, primordial conflicts. But when it involves your own flesh and blood, it's very difficult to deal with.

Sharon: Victor, I still don't understand.

Victor: Sharon, I think you do. I know you do.

Sharon: Your pain, yes. But I don't understand how throwing your son out of your own company will accomplish anything except maybe create more hard feelings.


Chris: Hi.

Paul: Hi. Are you sure I'm not interrupting?

Danny: Look, I can, you know, I can make myself scarce, if you like.

Chris: It's up to Paul.

Paul: No, that's really not necessary, as long as, you know, whatever we talk about remains between us.

Danny: Absolutely.

Chris: Let's sit down.

Paul: Um, I'm here about the Fisher case.

Chris: Kevin.

Paul: Yeah, you heard what happened to him down at the lockup, right?

Chris: Brutally beaten by his cellmates. None of them are talking, of course.

Paul: Fisher was arrested for aggravated battery, but they're thinking about elevating the charges to attempted murder.

Danny: Sounds like a nice guy.

Paul: Well, no, he's not. That's part of the problem.

Chris: And what is the problem, at least the part you think I can help you with?

Paul: Well, Chris, that's just it. I'm not sure if you can or you can’t. I'm just looking for answers.

Chris: What kind of answers?

Paul: Well, God help me, I think I'm agreeing with Michael Baldwin that Fisher may be innocent.

Chris: You've got to be kidding.

Paul: No, I know. I mean, I was absolutely convinced that he was responsible for attacking Brittany Hodges. Only now I'm not absolutely convinced. You know what? It really bugs me that I'm not absolutely convinced.

Danny: Paul, this Fisher character, Michael Baldwin’s his lawyer?

Chris: Also his older brother.

Danny: So he plot thickens.

Paul: Yeah, believe me, that's not the half of it.

Chris: So what's really bothering you about this?

Paul: Here is a guy I know, I mean, I'm absolutely positive committed kidnapping, arson, statutory rape, none of which we can prove with physical evidence.

Chris: Only in Brittany’s case--

Paul: We have physical evidence, evidence that Baldwin thinks is suspect.

Chris: He thinks Kevin was framed?

Paul: That's Baldwin’s theory, but I mean, its pure speculation at this point. But you know what? More and more, I'm thinking he might be right.


Lauren: Are you in pain?

Kevin: Physical pain I can handle. It's my brain that I wish I could turn off. They're gonna send me back.

Lauren: To jail?

Kevin: Yeah, and next time I won't be so lucky.

Lauren: Do they have any idea why these men did this to you?

Kevin: Boredom, probably.

Lauren: Kevin, I...

Kevin: These guys are the real deal, Lauren. They tried to kill me. If I had died, they wouldn't have cared any more than if they'd stepped on a roach.


Raul: J.T., you can't give up on music. You have the chance to live the life you've always dreamed about, and, please, don't tell me that that's not true.

J.T.: No, it is. But those dreams, Raul... Colleen was in 'em, every last one of 'em. It won't be the same without her.

Raul: Hey, come on, buddy, you're not thinking straight. What would she want you to do?

J.T.: Put her out of my head and keep playing.

Raul: So?

J.T.: So? So I'm not like that, Raul. I can't just turn my feelings on and off like that, all right? I loved her, man. I still love her.

Raul: But she let you go.

J.T.: Yeah.

Raul: She let you go so you could follow your dreams, J.T. She didn't want to hold you back, right?

J.T.: Yeah, right.

Raul: Well, then come on, man! This beautiful chick gave up what matters most to her so that you could be free to do your own this.. you gotta make that mean something.

J.T.: It must have been a hell of a sacrifice, too.

Raul: Yeah, Colleen did it for you. So what are you gonna do for her?

J.T.: You know, if I leave right now, maybe I can still catch the last flight to L.A.

Raul: So what's stopping you?

J.T.: Nothing now. Nothing at all.

J.T.: Any flights to Los Angeles tonight?


Victor: To be honest with you, I think that Nicholas and I need to get to know each other all over again. I really feel that.

Sharon: Well, working at Newman together would be a start.

Victor: I don't think so. I think he and I need to work on something other than Newman Enterprises. We need to work on a project that makes a huge difference in people's lives, where he and I are working side by side and can help people who are in desperate need. I think that would be a good way to create a whole new foundation for the future, a foundation of trust.

Sharon: Well, would that future ever include Newman Enterprises?

Victor: The moment I held my son in my arms, I dreamt of nothing but to hand all this over to him one day. I very much want to heal the shattered relationship that exists between my son and me, so when I offered him the chance to work with me side by side on the civic project, I didn't intend for that to be demeaning. I wanted it to heal.

Victor: So will you do that for me? Will you talk to him for the sake of our family and try to make him understand?

Sharon: I don't know that he ever will understand.

Victor: But will you try?

Sharon: Yeah.

Victor: Thank you.


Phyllis: All right, listen, I think it's important we have a conversation, because obviously you have a lot of misunderstandings, Daniel.

Daniel: Really?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Daniel: You think? 'Cause I don’t. I mean, I understand what you're all about.

Phyllis: No, let's go to the Founder's room, get a table, have a conversation--

Daniel: Why? So you can dazzle me with how much you care now?

Phyllis: I do care. I love you. I always have.

Daniel: Is that why you bailed on me when I was still practically--

Phyllis: I didn't bail on you. I didn't bail on you. You were taken from me. You were taken from me by some people who wanted payback. Yeah, vicious people who wanted to get even with me. And you know who one of those people are? Christine. Yeah, that lovely woman you're living with. She went to a court, and she stole you from me. So don't you... don't you ever think that I abandoned you, because I did not. And if that's what you've been told all these years, I can't blame you for resenting me. Believe me, I understand it, but I just want you to know that you haven't been told the entire truth.

Daniel: Are you finished? Because I am.


Dru: If you're saying we need to choose who goes unpunished, I say the stranger instead of the creep that traumatized our child, Neil.

Neil: Which only brings up another issue.

Dru: Which is what?

Neil: The fact that you and I aren't the ones who ought to make this decision. We're too close to it. We're not objective.

Dru: Oh, because we know what Kevin Fisher is capable of?

Neil: That's not the point.

Dru: What is the point?

Neil: The point is it's vigilante justice, pure and simple.

Dru: Did you see your daughter's face?

Neil: Yes.

Dru: Did you see how relieved and happy she was when she found out that man was behind bars?

Neil: Yes and I admit it's a big part of why she's starting to heal.

Dru: Then why would you jeopardize that process?

Neil: Honey, Lily is not our only consideration here.

Dru: She's my only consideration, because she's my only child! Who could be more important, Neil?

Neil: She is my only child, too. She's just as important to me, but it keeps hitting me on my head. Are we gonna be able to live with ourselves here, if we sit on this proof, if we send that kid to jail for a crime he didn't commit?

(Door opens)

Dru: Hi, sweetie.

Lily: What's going on?

Neil: Nothing, baby, nothing's going on. We're just, um... we're just talking about what we're gonna have for dinner. That's all.

Dru: Yeah.

Lily: No, you weren’t. This isn't the first time I've interrupted you guys having a serious conversation. Something is wrong.

Dru: Honey that is nonsense.

Lily: No, it isn't! Please, I want to know what you guys are hiding from me.

Dru: Okay, um, Neil, maybe we should tell her.

Lily: Tell me what?


Paul: What do you know about Bobby Marsino's organization?

Chris: If you're talking about the owner of the gentlemen's club, no, I'm personally not aware that he's heading up some kind of criminal outfit.

Paul: Okay, so it's not, strictly speaking, Bobby Marsino's organization. I may be talking about his associates or his investors, the people he works for, the higher-ups.

Chris: What about 'em?

Paul: Is there anything on the books right now about them framing people for their misdoings? Any falsification that you know of?

Chris: You really are fishing.

Paul: Hey, I admit it. This is totally a pie-in-the-sky thing for me right now.

Danny: Yeah, but there must be enough basis for Michael Baldwin’s argument; otherwise, you wouldn't be here. You're too much of a pro.

Paul: Thanks. That's maybe one of the nicest things you've ever said to me, but the point is, and he has a point, that this whole thing is throwing me for a loop, the mere thought that Fisher might be set up by some larger, more dangerous criminals for, ironically, a crime, the one crime that he is accused of that he may not have committed.

Chris: Paul, I'm hearing a lot of words. I'm hearing no proof.

Paul: There’s no proof I have nothing-- zero, zilch!

Chris: Without evidence, my hands are tied. Have you gone to Hank Weber, anyone else on the force?

Paul: No, no, no, you are the first person I've gone to. I was just... do the two initials--

Chris: No, no, no, don't even suggest I go to Glenn Richards on a gut feeling. He'll never buy it. We've already butted heads one too many times on this case, and if you repeat that, I'll deny it.

Paul: So you're telling me that if I want to sleep nights, that I have to run a solo investigation against our local syndicate. Okay, I'll admit to you it's been awhile since I've done it, but I have done it. It was just a long time ago, and I thought I was invincible, and I was so full of myself. And now things are perhaps a little different.

Danny: Now you wisely throw yourself at the mercy of the D.A.'s office, right?

Paul: So is it working?

Chris: Let me think about it, okay?

Paul: Fair enough. Just don't think too long.

Danny: Or the intrepid Paul Williams might leap into action.

Paul: Yeah, to tell you the truth, I'm more worried about Fisher right now, but if you repeat that, I'll have to--

Chris: Yeah, yeah, I hear you.

Paul: Thanks for listening. Enjoy the rest of your evening, you two. Sorry for the interruption. But you will, you know...

Chris: Yeah, I'll get back to you, I promise.

Paul: Thanks.


Kevin: You have to believe me, Lauren. I was nowhere near Marsino's the night that Brittany got hurt.

Lauren: I'm not the one you have to convince.

Kevin: Anyway, if I don't see you again--

Lauren: What are you talking about? Of course you're gonna see me again.

Kevin: Not if I go back to that snake pit. I can't survive in there, Lauren.

Lauren: Kevin, I just... I hate seeing you so depressed. I wish there was something that I could do.

Kevin: Maybe there is.

Lauren: What? Tell me.

Kevin: Help get me out of here. Now, please, before it's too late, Lauren.

Lauren: Kevin!

Kevin: Please, please, please, help. We have to go, please.

Lauren: What?

Kevin: Lauren, please.


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

John: What a happy little girl.

Ashley: Oh, please, God, let her stay that way.


Victor: I'm here to see Abby.


Lauren: You want me to help you escape so you can run again?

Kevin: Will you do it, Lauren?

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