Monday Y&R Transcript 5/24/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 5/24/04 -- Canada, Tuesday 5/25/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Cameron: Hello, sweetheart. Something wrong?

Grace: Yes, I'd say there's something wrong. What the hell is the matter with you? Damn it, you've ruined everything!

Cameron: All right, Grace, just calm down.

Grace: Don't you try to calm me down. I am so angry with you!

Cameron: Yeah, I can see that. What exactly is the problem?

Grace: You are the problem. You and your sudden appearance in all your glory, announcing you're alive and well to the good people of Genoa City. This was not the plan.

Cameron: Well, Grace, sometimes plans have to change.

Grace: If you felt that, you should have told me. Do you have any idea how humiliated and infuriated I am?

Cameron: What happened?

Grace: Nikki Newman, that's what happened, plopping herself down cross from me, taking such great pleasure in twisting the knife, telling me my boyfriend's back. Oh, she loved cramming that down my throat. And what was I supposed to do, since I had no idea you'd chosen to make such a dramatic reappearance? Do you have any idea how dangerous that was? I mean, what if I slipped up, revealed that I'd been with you the whole time?

Cameron: But you didn't do that, did you?

Grace: No, no, but it could have happened! And everything we worked so hard for would have been down the tubes. I thought we were in this together, Cameron.

Cameron: We are, Grace.

Grace: I thought we trusted each other completely. So why do I suddenly feel like I've been stabbed in the back?


Nick: Hey, babe.

Sharon: Oh, God, you scared me.

Nick: Oh, I thought you would have seen my car.

Sharon: I guess I'm a little preoccupied.

Nick: That makes two of us.

Sharon: Oh?

Nick: Yeah, I had a visitor while you were gone.

Sharon: Who?

Nick: Cameron Kirsten.

Sharon: Oh, great. What did he want?

Nick: We had a very interesting conversation.

Sharon: Interesting in what way?

Nick: I have another piece of the puzzle as to why Cameron showed up here after hiding out. And I gotta hand it to him, I sure didn't see it coming.

Sharon: Nick, you're talking in riddles here. You didn't see what coming?

Nick: He offered me a job and not just any job-- chief operating officer.

Sharon: Are you telling me he...

Nick: Wants to hire me to run his company. It's wild, huh?


Jill: Thank you.

Kay: For what?

Jill: For coming to my rescue when Mackenzie attacked me.

Kay: Well, she shouldn't have said some of the things that she said.

Jill: I appreciate it. It was very, um, unexpected.

Kay: So was her decision to move out, Jill.

Jill: She's right, though. It's probably for the best.

Kay: Not for me. Do you understand how much I love that girl?

Jill: Yes, I do. I know that, and I am sorry.

Kay: Well, there was just no way I could let her believe that you were to blame for my starting to drink again. I couldnít.

Jill: It was brave of you to say it.

Kay: Well, it's true. It's a result of my weakness, and there's no reason on earth why you should have to bear the burden of my problem.

Jill: Oh, my God. Do you know what I think?

Kay: No, I have no idea.

Jill: By admitting that, I think that you may have just taken the first small step back to your sobriety.

Arthur: Well, what have we here? Mother and daughter together and not arguing. Wonderful, ha ha! Oh, where's Mackenzie?


Michael: You know, his eyes, his eyes are like, you know, a trapped animal. I tried legal hand-holding. He said not to bother. Kevin said that he wouldn't survive waiting in jail for a trial.

Lauren: Michael, I...

Michael: And when supreme confidence failed, I tried tough love. "Grow a backbone, buddy." That, that went over like a lead balloon.

Lauren: You know what? He's just so capable of making things worse.

Michael: Lauren, when you and I talk about triggering a metal evaluation, we're sane, at least as sane as two people can be when they talk about such matters. But Kevin, he's got a whole 'nother take on this.

Lauren: You don't think that...

Michael: What, what? Yes, yes, my brother has a few mental health issues. Is he criminally insane? That's another conversation. My point is, in his current state of mind, Kevin could do anything.

Lauren: Well, I hope you got through to him.

Michael: Oh, well, I'm sorry. The guard announced that the bus was coming to take Kevin back to jail. They threw me out before I was able to calm him down. It was not my mission accomplished moment.

Lauren: Yeah, but do you think he's still trying to figure out a way to get to the psych ward?

Michael: You've seen my brother in action. What do you think? (Doorbell rings)

Michael: Neil.

Neil: Baldwin. Hi, Lauren. How are you? Michael, we need to talk about your brother.

Michael: I understand your desire to keep tabs on this, but it's just not a good time now.

Neil: Well, make it a good time. I've just come from the police station. I think you'll be very happy to know that I just handed over new evidence to Hank Weber, evidence that regrettably might set Kevin free.


Kevin: I'm gonna set myself on fire!

Cop: Like hell you will!

Kevin: Get back, no, no!

Cop: Give me the lighter!

Kevin: Mom, Dad, make him stay back!

Cop: You're crazy, kid! Now come on, take it easy! You don't want to hurt yourself.

Kevin: Aah! Lights make-up match this?


Jill: I believe that Mackenzie has gone up to her room.

Kay: To pack, I'm sorry to say.

Arthur: She's leaving?

Kay: Yes, Arthur, yes, I'm afraid so.

Arthur: Well, that doesn't make sense. She just got here. I thought she'd planned on staying.

Kay: Arthur, she's not leaving town.

Jill: She just decided that it would be better if she lived somewhere else.

Arthur: Why, for heaven's sake?

Kay: I hurt her feelings, I think.

Jill: Mackenzie, uh, accused me of being the reason that Katherine went back to drinking, and mother came to my defense.

Kay: And I couldn't let Mackenzie blame Jill, but I do hate the way I had to reprimand her.

Arthur: I'm sorry, Katherine. I know how that must have been.

Kay: How could I have done such a thing? I mean, that poor child is probably reeling.

Jill: She knows that you love her, and she's a strong girl.

Kay: Oh, Jill, it's the way she left, for God's sake! That child shows me nothing but love and support from the day she walked through that door, and now she probably thinks that I'm just...

Jill: What?

Kay: Well, I'll tell you. She thinks that you're more important to me than she is.

Arthur: Well, if you ask me, I think it's a damn shame.

Kay: Yeah, well...

Arthur: I was becoming quite fond of her.

Kay: Oh, please, I need a drink.

Jill: Mother, no, don't!

Kay: You leave me alone!

Arthur: It's a bit early in the day, don't you think, Katherine?

Kay: Do the two of you understand? I have let that child down in the most horrible way.

Jill: No, you haven't, and she said she'd stay in touch.

Kay: It is not the same as living under this roof, Jill.

Jill: Oh don't be feeling guilty about this!

Kay: Well, I do feel guilty, for God's sake! I drove my own beloved grandchild out of her own home!

Jill: No, you didn't! It was her decision and getting plastered isn't gonna help anything! Give me that, give me that! Oh, joy, just what we need--Esther!


Lauren: So Kevin was telling the truth.

Neil: About Brittany, yes. Detective Weber didn't say the P.I.'s report would exonerate your brother, though. Anyway, I've done my duty. What happens now happens. At least my conscience is clear.

Lauren: Thank you, Neil. I'm sure bringing this information to us--

Neil: It was one of the hardest things I've ever done. Yes, you're absolutely right. My daughter's been doing so much better knowing that Kevinís been in custody. You know, when I first considered going to the police, you know what my daughter said? She said she'd never forgive me if I was responsible for letting Kevin back out on the streets. Do you understand how that made me feel as a father?

Michael: Yeah, I think I do.

Neil: My girl went off on her own and thought about it for a long time. And she came back, and she asked me-- no, she told me-- that it was our duty to go to the police and tell them the information that we had. She wants Kevin to pay as much as I do, but she doesn't want to lie to do it. My girl has character. I am so very proud of her.

Michael: When did you first get this information, Neil?

Neil: A little while ago.

Michael: So you've been sitting on it for how long? Weeks, months?

Neil: Hey, don't you cross-examine me, counselor.

Michael: Don't cross-examine you. You withheld crucial information that could have set my client free while he was locked up in a cell with animals. While my brother was being beaten within an inch of his life, you hid vital record that could have cleared him. How in God's name can you and your daughter be proud of that?


Cop: What are you doing? Are you crazy?

Kevin: Aah! Let me go!

Cop: You're not--

Kevin: I have to leave!

Cop: You're not going anywhere!

Kevin: I want to die!

Cop: Hold still!

Kevin: Mom, Dad, get him off of me!

Nurse: What's going on here?

Cop: The kid lit himself on fire! Get a doctor, tranquilize him or something!

Make-up match this


Neil: You don't have kids, my friend. How would you know what it feels like to see your child, your sweet, innocent little girl hurt, used and abused the way Lily was? So don't you dare stand there and tell me what's right or fair! And by the way, I'm not apologizing if I fail to meet your high, upstanding moral standards.

Michael: Do you think you're the only person who's ever suffered in the world?

Lauren: Michael, Michael!

Michael: Are you the--

Lauren: We are grateful. Coming here today, I know, was very difficult. It's just that Kevin has been through so much.

Neil: Yeah, so I've heard. Poor kid. How is it that my heart doesn't bleed for him, yet it breaks every time I think about my little girl? Life's lessons, Michael. She learned a lot from this-- how never to sacrifice morals for the sake of revenge, something I suspect that your brother has never learned.

Michael: Yeah, well, great. Thanks for the truth. Better late than never.

Neil: Yeah. Honestly, I couldn't watch Kevin be punished for a crime that he didn't commit, but you know what? It makes me sick inside to know that if Kevin does go free, that my daughter runs the risk of bumping into Kevin somewhere out there in the real world.

Michael: Well, I guess there are no easy answers.

Lauren: Okay, but truth won, thanks to you.

Neil: Yeah, but something else lost-- our family. That doesn't feel very good. I'll see myself out. Enjoy your news.

Lauren: Kevin was telling the truth. I mean, thank heaven!

Michael: I'm gonna call Weber. I am going to call Weber. I am gonna rant, I'm gonna scream. I'll do whatever it takes. (Telephone rings)

Michael: Michael.

Hank: Hey, Baldwin, it's Weber. Listen, you better get over to the hospital. Some bad things are going down with your brother.

Lauren: What? Michael, Michael? What's going on?


Sharon: Cameron wants you to be what?

Nick: Chief operating officer of Kirsten incorporated.

Sharon: Nicholas, no offense--

Nick: Yeah, I know. It doesn't make any sense.

Sharon: Well, I'm glad you see that.

Nick: That doesn't make it any less interesting.

Sharon: You are not seriously considering this, are you?

Nick: It's a serious offer.

Sharon: Well, yeah, if you can trust Cameron, which we both know you canít.

Nick: I know what you're getting at. The whole time we were talking, he was Mr. Slick.

Sharon: So you still think he has another agenda?

Nick: Oh, no doubt about it.

Sharon: Like what?

Nick: First thing I thought was he was just looking for a patsy, somebody to take the fall for him when the S.E.C. Investigation finally comes to a head. I would be running day-to-day operations and be extremely visible.

Sharon: And did you ask him about that?

Nick: Yeah, he denied it. He said the buck would stop with him, because he would still be running the company. He would be C.E.O. But here's the thing, he wants to step down. I guess the island lifestyle really suits him. And who do you think he would be grooming to be his top man?

Sharon: Nicholas, you cannot trust this man, okay? You mustnít. Just don't even give this a second thought.


Cameron: Well, Grace, I wasn't aware that I was required to run every move I make by you.

Grace: This is a lot more than some little move. This is huge. I have gone so far out on a limb for you, and now you pull something like this.

Cameron: Would you calm down? Everything is gonna be fine. What are you getting so hysterical for?

Grace: We're supposed to be a team, only you're not being a team player. You can't come up with a clever little surprise like this and expect me not to react.

Cameron: Grace, reacting is fine. What you're doing is overreacting. Look, haven't I always been there for you, hmm? When you first told me about Sharon, how much you hated her, how much you wanted to get her back, I promised you that I would help you make that happen. Now haven't I done that? Haven't I always come through for you?

Grace: You have, Cameron--

Cameron: I have, I have, so now suddenly you're questioning my commitment to this plan? Is that it? Is that what you're doing?

Grace: It's just taking so long.

Cameron: Gracie, we always knew this was gonna take time. Hey, don't bail on me, all right? All right?


Esther: Same old Jill, always something nice to say.

Jill: Tell me something, do you always walk into people's houses without knocking first?

Esther: I still have my key.

Jill: Maybe you should give it back, Esther. You don't live here anymore.

Kay: Jill, leave the woman alone. This is a very pleasant surprise, Esther.

Esther: I see that I've come in the nick of time. And who is this handsome gentleman?

Kay: Oh, that's right. You haven't met Judge Hendricks. Arthur, this is Esther, uh...

Esther: Valentine.

Kay: Valentine, yes.

Esther: Are you in some kind of legal trouble, Mrs. C.?

Kay: No, no, no, dear, it's nothing like that.

Jill: Arthur's my father, Esther.

Esther: Your father?

Kay: It's a long story, Esther. I will tell you all about it later.

Arthur: I'm delighted to meet you, Esther. I've heard some wonderful things about you.

Esther: Really?

Jill: Don't look at me.

Kay: Arthur knows all about you, Esther. He knows that you're my maid, companion and also a very cherished friend.

Jill: You know what? That's a really lovely testimonial, but, Esther, we're right in the middle of something, so if you wouldn't mind coming back later, maybe after you've called first?

Kay: Stop it, Jill! For God's sake, don't push Esther out. This is her home, also.

Jill: All right, all right, all right, but could you two talk later? We need some privacy here. We're in the middle of dealing with something very important.

Esther: I know.

Jill: What do you mean, "you know"?

Esther: Mrs. C.'s drinking problem. In fact, that's why I'm here. I'm going to stay and help her.

Jill: You're gonna help her? How in the name of God are you gonna do that?

Esther: I've been taking some classes, Jill. I'm a certified alcohol and drug counselor.


Hank: Well, the kid apparently used alcohol kept on hand for injections, poured it over himself and put a flame to it. I don't know that either, but I plan to find out. So listen, you're gonna have to handle the meeting. I won't be there for another hour at least. Yeah, okay, thanks. Excuse me, nurse?

Nurse: Yes?

Hank: What do you think?

Nurse: About Mr. Fisher? You know, I'm not a psychiatrist, Detective, but where I come from, that kind of behavior...

Hank: You think he's really lost it?

Nurse: Sane people don't set themselves on fire. We sedated him a little but until we find out how badly he's burned, if at all...

Hank: What do you mean, "if at all"?

Nurse: You see, alcohol doesn't burn as hot as you might think, and your officer put the flames out quickly. He's being put in restraints for the moment.

Hank: Okay, thank you, nurse.

Hank: That was pretty stupid.

Kevin: You're not my dad.

Kevin: Where's my dad?

Hank: I have no idea.

Kevin: He was just here.

Hank: Oh, yeah?

Kevin: Yeah, my mom, too. They said I could go.

Hank: But only if you burned yourself?

Kevin: I didn't want to. It hurt.

Hank: That's the funny thing about fire.

Kevin: Look, I'm sorry, but I have to go. I don't need to be here any--

Hank: Just take it easy, Fisher, easy.

Kevin: Come on! Come on, man!

Hank: Easy.

Kevin: Mom, Dad, please, untie me so we can go!

Hank: There's no one there.

Kevin: Mom. Dad. Dad, come on!

Hank: Kevin, Kevin.

Kevin: Come on, you're stronger than this guy. Make him let me go!

Hank: There's no one there, Kev.

Kevin: Yeah, my dad's not afraid of cops. You better watch out.

Hank: Okay, I'll watch out. But in the meantime, I need to ask you a few questions.

Michael: Open it! What the... what...

Michael: Kevin, what happened?

Kevin: Who are you?


Kevin: Seriously, do I know you?

Michael: Yeah, you do.

Hank: He thinks his parents were here.

Michael: You saw Gloria and Tom?

Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, they said I could go. Are you a cop?

Michael: I'm Michael Baldwin. I'm your brother.

Kevin: Hold on a sec. We don't have a brother.

Michael: Half-brother.

Kevin: Michael, right? Did you see Mom? She's his Mom, too.

Michael: Let's talk for a moment.

Hank: Good idea.

Kevin: Hey, guys, come on. You're not gonna leave me here, are you? Be cool. Don't leave me here.

Michael: Nurse.

Nurse: Yes?

Michael: How's he doing, physically?

Nurse: I'm gonna check him out right now, okay?

Michael: Thanks.

Hank: So what do you think?

Michael: Meaning?

Hank: Has he flipped out?

Michael: You tell me. What happened?

Hank: He set himself on fire.

Michael: He what?

Hank: Set himself on fire.


Grace: I'm not gonna bail, Cameron.

Cameron: That's my girl.

Grace: It's just this whole scheme has gone on so much longer and gotten so much more complicated than I ever expected. I mean, when we first came to Genoa City last December, I thought we'd be here a couple months, and it would all be over.

Cameron: Well, our girl Sharon just proved to be a little more tenacious than we expected.

Grace: I never thought she'd hold out this long without totally losing it.

Cameron: So what do we do? We stick with the program no matter how long it takes.

Grace: Yes, however long.

Cameron: Ah, you really hate her, don't you?

Grace: Sharon Newman has been a thorn in my side for years. I'll never forgive that woman for what she did to me, forcing me out of town as if I had a scarlet "a" on my chest, as she clings to Nicholas and her perfect, precocious little world. No, Sharon, no way. You are gonna kiss it all good-bye.


Nick: Babe, if that's what you're worried about-- me trusting Cameron--donít. I'm on to this guy's tactics. I mean, he is taking advantage of the turmoil between Dad and me. But the thing is, he flat-out admits that's what he's doing. If that isn't opportunistic...

Sharon: Well, great, so it's settled. "Thank you, but no thank you." That's what you told him, right?

Nick: Not exactly.

Sharon: What?

Nick: I didn't give him an answer. He told me to think about it. I said I would.

Sharon: Nick, you just said you don't trust this man. Why would you have to give it another thought? And how could you conceive of working with someone like him? You have a great reputation! You have so much integrity!

Nick: Babe, settle down. Don't get all wound up.

Sharon: Well, I'm sorry, but this whole thing is very disturbing to me.

Nick: Look, I would be a fool not to at least consider this. It's a good offer, a very attractive offer, and it comes at a time when I'm being kicked out of the family business for petty, personal reasons.

Sharon: But your father...

Nick: But my father nothing. He has drawn his line in the sand. I gotta move on. I gotta find new challenges, and this would certainly be a challenge, especially with the S.E.C. breathing down Cameronís neck.

Sharon: Yet another good reason not to get mixed up in this!

Nick: Considering everything I've been through at Newman Enterprises this past year, I'm not worried about it. I wouldn't be held accountable for anything that happened before I came on board. Baby, this could be a great experience, you know? I could make a name for myself.

Sharon: Honey, I know this may seem like the perfect opportunity to get back at your father for hurting you, but please, please, do not let that tempt you.

Nick: Why wouldn't I? You don't say yea or nay to an offer like this strictly for practical reasons.

Sharon: See, you admit it. You're letting Cameron manipulate you. You're letting him prey on your emotions.

Nick: Because that's the way the game is played. He's doing what he needs to do in order to get me to say yes. And what's my dad offering me? Nothing that appeals to me. And here Cameron is giving me the chance to do exactly what I want.

Sharon: Nick, it's a trap. Can't you see that? If you get in too deep with this man, it will be the biggest mistake of your life.


Cop: He did it before I had a chance to stop him. It took me a minute to realize what the crazy kid had done, but I was able to get him wrapped up right away, put out the flames.

Hank: You did fine, Officer Stevens. You thought fast.

Stevens: We don't exactly train for that sort of thing.

Hank: I know, I know. Go on, you can head back to the station.

Stevens: Thank you, sir.

Hank: So what do you think?

Michael: I, uh... I think something snapped in Kevinís mind.

Hank: Really?

Michael: You think he's faking?

Hank: He has a good reason to.

Michael: Oh, oh, oh, a good reason?

Hank: Mm-hmm.

Michael: To set himself on fire? It appears to be an excellent indication of mental illness to me.

Hank: You know what I'm talking about, Michael. The kid hates jail. Now I bet someone clued him in, if he got himself held over for psychiatric evaluation, he wouldn't have to go straight back to the lockup.

Michael: Someone?

Hank: I didn't say it was you.

Michael: You have been hard on Kevin from the very beginning.

Hank: You mean since it came to my attention that he burnt down Ginaís restaurant?

Michael: Oh, says who? A couple of hysterical teenagers and Paul Williams. There's not a shred of evidence. There's not a single eyewitness. Look, I want my brother kept in a medical facility until a complete psychological evaluation can be taken.

Hank: You want?

Michael: That's right, I want.

Hank: I think he's faking it.

Michael: You know, Hank, I know your job is to be suspicious, but every now and then, you're gonna have to turn off the crime-o-meter in your head and be a human being.

Hank: Your brother has been through a lot of trouble.

Michael: He's been through a lot of grief from people like you. Why are we even discussing this? I know Neil Winters came to you with proof that Kevin was nowhere near Marsino's on the afternoon or evening of the day that Brittany Hodges was hurt.

Hank: It's not proof until I check it out.

Michael: Yeah, yeah, yeah, you gotta do it by the book.

Hank: That's right.

Michael: Fine, but I know Eddie Praether. He's a pro. Whatever's written in his log, you can be sure that it's honest and accurate. Look, my brother, my client has already been beaten half to death while he was in your custody when he wasn't supposed to be in your custody in the first place, and after I warned you that he might be in danger.

Hank: Oh, boy, here it comes.

Michael: Look, I'm not planning to cause you trouble, though I could, easily. I'm just looking for some common decency. Hank, my brother lit himself on fire, for God's sakes. Just letís... just get him checked out!


Jill: You are an alcohol and drug counselor?

Esther: That's right.

Jill: And you got your certification where, in a gumball machine?

Esther: Actually, I haven't quite completed the program yet. I should be officially certified within a week or so.

Jill: Oh, please. You take a couple of classes, and now you're an expert?

Esther: Not "a couple of classes," Jill. I have been in intensive training for some time.

Jill: Where did you find the time, in between busing tables at the Athletic Club?

Kay: I had no idea you were interested in this sort of thing.

Esther: I wasnít. I did it for you, Mrs. Chancellor.

Kay: Well, that's very sweet of you, but, uh, I don't think it was necessary.

Arthur: I think it's admirable, Esther.

Kay: Hmm.

Arthur: Congratulations.

Esther: Thank you, sir.

Jill: Oh, come on, Dad. Even if Katherine could be persuaded to get counseling, we wouldn't entrust her to someone like this.

Kay: Shut up, Jill. I'm sure Estherís heart is in the right place.

Jill: Katherine, listen to me. You can get the best, most experienced counselor this city has to offer if you want to quit drinking.

Esther: But that wouldn't be a live-in counselor, Jill. I intend to be with Mrs. C. Day and night.

Jill: Oh, my God, now I get it. This is your way of trying to worm your way back into this house.

Arthur: Oh, Jill, come on, please.

Esther: It is not. I have been worried sick about Mrs. Chancellor.

Kay: Esther, dear, I appreciate your concern, but I do not need any counseling. And as I have told Jill and I have told Arthur, when I'm ready to quit, I shall quit.

Esther: The hardest part is admitting to yourself that you have a problem.

Jill: Oh, boy, here it comes.

Arthur: She's only trying to help, Jill.

Jill: It is the blind leading the blind.

Esther: You're jealous. You're afraid that I might be able to help in a situation where you've failed.

Jill: Oh, don't be absurd. For your information, Katherine and I were discussing this very subject when you burst in to our home, how she's coming to recognize that she has a problem with alcohol.

Kay: All right, you two, I'm not interested in a lecture, not at all, from either of you. I'm very happy that you came home, Esther, I truly am, but I want you to know right now, I do not want you to interfere with my personal life.

Esther: I'm only here for your support, Mrs. Chancellor. I promise not to lecture you.

Arthur: Now if I may offer my two cents worth, I think your coming back is a wonderful idea, Esther.

Jill: Dad, it is a terrible idea.

Arthur: I know how close Katherine and Esther have been. And I'm sure your mother will enjoy having someone to talk to besides you and me, Jill.

Esther: That is very kind of you to say, Judge Hendricks. And I really do think that I can make a difference, 'cause I have learned so much in my classes.

Arthur: So then it's settled. Katherine?

Jill: Oh, please, mother.

Kay: Well, I suppose you can have your old room back. Itís... just the way you left it.

Esther: Thank you.

Kay: But I'm warning you, nothing you can say or do will make me stop drinking until I am ready. Save your breath.

Jill: That's really good..


Nurse: Mr. Fisher's burns were superficial, strictly first-degree.

Michael: Thank God. He coulda killed himself.

Nurse: Yes, he certainly could have. But dousing himself with alcohol, turning himself into a human torch, good thing your officer acted so quickly, or else we would have had a real tragedy here. Now your brother is gonna be transferred to the psychiatric wing immediately. I doubt you'll be allowed to visit for a day or two.

Michael: That's fine. I'm sure he'll get the care and attention he needs. Thank you.

Nurse: Of course.

Hank: And thank you, nurse, and sorry for the disturbance.

Nurse: It's okay.

Michael: And, uh, thank you for giving in on the matter of Kevinís psychiatric evaluation.

Hank: Like I had a choice. (Door bangs)

Michael: Uh, guys, just a minute.

Michael: Hey.

Kevin: You tell Mom and Dad I said thanks.

Michael: Kevin, I want--

Kevin: I'm okay. It doesn't hurt anymore. I'm gonna be okay. I really would have rather died.

Michael: There's no need. I'll get you out of this.

Kevin: Wait a minute. Do we know you?

Michael: I'm not su.. the face seems familiar.

Kevin: Well, maybe one of these days we'll go for a beer or take a drive out west together.

Michael: Sure. Real soon.


Nick: Why don't you tell me how you really feel?

Sharon: Please do not make jokes, not about this. There is too much at stake.

Nick: Oh, what, my grandiose future at Newman Enterprises?

Sharon: Nick, that is your dream, to run that company one day. For you to take this job with Cameron just to send a message to Victor out of hurt and spite, it would cause enormous damage.

Nick: You think I'd wind up regretting it?

Sharon: Oh, I know you would.

Nick: Then what's your alternative, Sharon, I tell Cameron no because I would rather serve dad's sentence with him?

Sharon: Well, don't think about it like that. Think about it like you're working side by side to make Genoa City a better place.

Nick: Oh, Sharon, come on.

Sharon: Nick, please, I am begging you. At least give your father's idea a try before you go leaping off into some new direction with Cameron. See if you can maybe repair that relationship. If you don't, I think you're gonna be making a terrible mistake.


Grace: I still can't believe how lucky I am, having an incredible man like you in my corner. All these months you stuck by me, helping me get back at her... it was such a brilliant plan.

Cameron: Getting close to Sharon, luring her to that motel room, and then using that ugly incident to just blow her marriage to pieces.

Grace: Yeah, if only she hadn't freaked out that night. If it had just gone the way it was supposed to, Nick and Sharon would be divorced by now, I'd have my revenge, and you and I would be living on some remote tropical island. I still can't wait for the day when we can finally make our escape, just you and me.

Cameron: It'll happen, baby. But not until we're done with Sharon.

Grace: But how much longer is it gonna be? I mean, the hauntings are over now, Cameron. Everyone knows you're alive. We're got a have to totally change our game plan.

Cameron: I know that, Grace.

Grace: You did this for a reason, didn't you? There's something more going on, something you haven't told me.

Cameron: I just thought it was time for things to change.

Grace: Well, you should have talked to me first. You don't have a right to make a decision on your own. It's my life, too.

Cameron: Hey, hey, don't-- don't do that, Grace. Do not tell me what I can and what I cannot do. I don't like that.

Grace: Then level with me. What are you hiding? Tell me the truth now, Cameron.


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

Brittany: Swallow your price, go back to L.A. And make everyone at Beach Front adore you again.

Daniel: How come you're not married? Why didn't you ever have any kids?

Sharon: Cameron is now causing me a whole new set of problems. He offered Nicholas a job.

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