Friday Y&R Transcript 6/25/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 6/25/04--Canada; Monday 6/28/04--U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nikki: Nicholas, what do you mean, Grace is the last person who should be with Cameron?

Nick: There's something you don't know. Grace is on our side now.

Nikki: What do you mean, she's on our side?

Nick: We told her everything.

Nikki: What?! Does she know where the body is?

Nick: Yes.

Nikki: Oh, my God. Why one earth would you do that?

Nick: Mom, she needs to know the truth about Cameron.

Nikki: What makes you think she doesn't already?

Nick: Because, Mom, she admitted that they were trying to break us up, but she didn't have anything to do with that murder. You said it yourself-- when you were talking to her at the coffeehouse and you brought up that body-- she didn't seem to have any idea what you were talkin' about.

Nikki: So what is she, our spy now?

Sharon: Well, that's the plan. We're hoping she'll keep her eyes and ears open and find something we can use to bring Cameron down.

Nikki: Have you thought this through? How do you know she's not gonna tell him everything?

Sharon: We have to trust her.

Nick: It's starting to worry me, though. Grace is barely holding on as it is. If Cameron figures out that she's hiding something, Grace could be in real trouble. So could we.

Cameron: Thank you, Grace.

Grace: For what?

Cameron: Believing in me. For standing by me. I am so lucky to have you.

Grace: Not as lucky as I am.

Cameron: I gotta warn ya, though, until I get this whole dead body mess cleared up, things could get ugly around here for you. Sharon is so hell-bent on destroying me, and now that she's got Nikki on her side--

Grace: I can handle them.

Cameron: Baby, all I'm sayin' is that... if it gets to be too much, I'll understand if you decide that you're better off without me if it makes things easier for you.

Grace: No! No, Cameron. I love you. I don't care what they say. I'm not going anywhere. We're a team, right?

Cameron: Right.

Grace: (Sighs)

Cameron: What is it?

Grace: I-I have a confession to make.

Cameron: Well, at this point, you can tell me anything.

Grace: Before, when I said that I was out running errands, that's not true. I was at the coffeehouse with Nick and Sharon.

Danny: Well, I guess we're playing telephone tag, but anyway, I wanted to get back to you and, uh, I'm anxious to hear what's going on your end so, um... I guess, have a great evening, Vince, and we'll try to touch base tomorrow. Bye.
Chris: So that's kind of exciting.

Danny: Hearing from my agent? Uh, that is, my long-lost agent.

Chris: Been trying pretty hard to get a hold of you.

Danny: Yeah. Who knows? Maybe something will break soon.

Chris: That U.S. Tour you were talking about?

Danny: To rampant speculation.

Chris: Hear, hear.

Danny: So, beautiful, you seem, uh, I don't know, a little quiet this evening.
Chris: There's something I've been meaning to discuss with you.

Danny: Uh-oh. Bad news?

Chris: We have a situation that we need to deal with.

Danny: A situation by the name of Phyllis, by any chance?

Daniel: So you, uh, see anybody you know?

Mac: No, just you.

Daniel: Well, that works for me. Where do you wanna sit?

Mac: I don't care. Anywhere's fine.

Daniel: Well, pick a place.

Mac: Fine. You know what? I'm gonna go powder my nose real quick.

Daniel: Okay, well, can I get you something to drink?

Mac: Yes. A passion iced tea.

Daniel: Passion, huh?

Mac: No caffeine. I have to wake up early in the morning.

Daniel: Okay. See ya in a few.

Mac: Okay.

Trevor: Hey there. What can I get ya?

Daniel: Uh, can I get a large passion iced tea and a double espresso?

Trevor: Decaf?

Daniel: Well, then it wouldn't be an espresso, now, would it?

Phyllis: Hey, sweetheart.

Ashley: Hey. Last time you were here, you took something that wasn't yours.

Damon: A-and it wound up on Drucilla's head.

Ashley: Yeah, I know. (Laughs)

Damon: Shame on you for laughin'. That is not funny or nice.

Ashley: I'm sorry. It's just that she thinks she's right about everything, ya know? But I would never wish for her hair to fall out.

Damon: It most certainly did, didn't it?

Ashley: Yeah. Did you know she quit?

Damon: She did not quit her job at Jabot!

Ashley: Yep, just like that. She said life was too short. Worrying about losing her job was driving her nuts.

Damon: Driving her nuts? All that screechin' about "my job, my job! I can't lose it!" I couldn't get her to shut her mouth! Then she goes and quits. What you have to say about that?

Ashley: "Predictable" is not her middle name.

Damon: No, it is not. Oh, um, well, listen, if you'd like me outta here...

Ashley: Oh, that's okay. You can stay.

Damon: It's all right. I mean, I-I'm... I think I'm finished.

Ashley: Finished with what?

Damon: I don't know. Um, I was just thinkin'.

Ashley: Thinking about what?

Damon: (Laughs) about how I'm gonna miss this place. You knew Jack fired me? Yeah, of course you knew, I told you. Well, I've already cleaned out my personal things.

Ashley: (Sighs) well, guess what. Jack doesn't run the lab. I do. And I say you're not going anywhere.

(Door opens)

Dru: Hey!

Neil: Hey, hey. There's my girl.

Dru: Ooh, honey, tough day at the office?

Neil: I'm not complainin'. I'm right where I always wanted to be.

Dru: My big, strong man, runnin' the show at Newman!

Neil: Well, it's hard work.

Dru: I'm so proud of you.

Neil: Let me tell you somethin'. It's great to come home, see your beautiful face and know that right here in this spot is where I can kick my shoes off, rest my dogs...

Dru: Yeah. Honey--

Neil: Oh, my goodness, let the rest of the world spin along without me just for a few hours.

Dru: Baby, um--

Neil: Thank you, Jesus!

Dru: Listen, um, something happened today.

Neil: It feels so good to sit down for a minute. Okay. Something happened-- what? What are you talkin' about?

Dru: Um... okay. Okay, honey...

Neil: Yeah?

Dru: Lily-- okay, she had a situation today with the police. Okay, um, and she lied to them about, um, this kid that, obviously, she was trying to protect, who allegedly lifted a wallet. Yeah.

Neil: Drucilla, you need to rewind that tape because what I just heard was Lily, what, protected some kid who lifted a wallet al-- where is Lily right now?

Dru: She's in the bedroom.

Neil: Okay, well, then you need to get her butt out here right now, all right? Because lift' ' a wallet-- what are we talkin' about? This is the last thing I need to come home to, Dru! This is ridiculous! Come on!

Dru: Oh, co-- (punching sounds)

Devon: Hey. I was just borrowing 'em, okay?

Victor: Oh, no, don't take 'em off, don't take 'em off. You know, the way you're whaling away-- that's not very efficient, you know.

Devon: Well, you know, I've won a couple of fights before.

Victor: I'm not talking about just a couple of fights. I'm talking about boxing.
Devon: What's the dang difference?

Victor: There's a huge difference.

Devon: Yeah, well, I'm not trying to be fightin' on TV or nothin', all right? I just want-- if someone messes with me, I can, you know, break their skull with one shot to the head. You know?

Victor: One shot to the head.

Devon: Be cool.

Victor: (Laughs) yeah. That's what everyone is dreaming of-- one shot to the head. It's not like that, son. I can teach you something that's cooler than that.

Devon: Oh, yeah?

Victor: Oh, yeah.

Devon: Let's hear it.

Damon: Ashley, I'm not at all sure I'm ready to find myself in the middle of a war between you and Jack.

Ashley: Wait a second. No war. It's my lab. I'm in charge of all research and development of products. Jack has never tried to dictate who I work with before, Damon.

Damon: Except this once.

Ashley: It's not gonna happen again. If I say you're in, you're in. Are ya in?
Damon: Would you excuse me while I go do a 180?

Ashley: (Laughs) well, go ahead. Fair enough.

Damon: Why are you doin' this?

Ashley: We have a lot to accomplish, and I think you can help. So... what brought you down here tonight? Did you forget something?

Damon: You know, I-I just-- I spent an awful lot of time here thinkin' I was truly onto something worthwhile-- for all of us, in so many ways. You know, if I could only get those exquisite chemicals and compounds to behave the way I wanted 'em to...

Ashley: Yeah, we both know, you hit a dead end once in a while. Don't beat yourself up over the hair straightener.

Damon: No, I'm not. I-I suppose I was just layin' it all to rest. Are you supposin' you and I could actually work together?

Ashley: What are you supposin'?

Damon: Well, as you very well know, I am not all that good at following orders.
Ashley: It's not a boot camp.

Damon: And what about Jack? Is this gonna cause a problem between you and your brother?

Ashley: Well, it would be a little easier if you weren't involved with his soon-to-be-ex-wife. Are you still involved with Phyllis?

Damon: Very.

Ashley: Yeah, well, you're two consenting adults, and I'm not gonna run the lab based on anybody's private life. So just try to keep it out of the papers.

Damon: Your workday over?

Ashley: Yeah, I suppose. Why?

Damon: It just occurred to me that I did leave something here, if I could only remem-- oh, I, um... and look at this. Here it is, still here.

Ashley: (Gasps)

Damon: Look at that.

Ashley: Don't tell me you've been drinking on the job.

Damon: It--it was a gift, and I put it in that drawer, and I forgot about it until-- well, just this very minute.

Ashley: Well, how convenient.

Damon: Now the only thing we have to figure out is how to open it and what to drink it out of.

Ashley: We're scientists. This is the kind of challenge that's supposed to get our creative juices flowing, right?

Damon: (Laughs)

Ashley: We've got to come up with something. This won't do it. Got a glass.

Danny: All right, well, I've got my glass of wine. Tell me, what fresh havoc is my ex wreaking?

Chris: Phyllis and I had a not-so-cordial conversation recently.

Danny: I hope you read her the riot act after that garbage she pulled, making you out to be the villain in Danielís eyes.

Chris: Oh, believe me, I gave her an earful.

Danny: Good.

Chris: The problem is it went in one ear and-- big surprise--out the other.

Danny: What, did you guys run into each other?

Chris: No, Phyllis called and requested a meeting. Fortunately, we were in a public place, or it would've gotten a lot uglier.

Danny: That woman just doesn't know when to quit, does she?

Chris: I can hold my own with her, never fear.

Danny: I'm aware of that. The point is, you shouldn't have to.

Chris: There was one second--one second-- when I thought she actually might be listening to what I was saying-- when I told her how close Daniel came to hopping on a plane after the way she ambushed him, but even that slid right off.
Danny: Well, obviously, Phyllis was there with her own agenda.

Chris: An ultimatum this time.

Danny: The usual?

Chris: We need to insist that Daniel change his attitude, allow her into his life-- take a hard line, if necessary.

Danny: Yeah, well, that's what it'll be, given the way he feels about his mother these days.

Chris: She just doesn't understand that her approach is what's alienating him even more.

Danny: Phyllis doesn't understand the meaning of the word "subtle." So tell me, what was this big ultimatum? What did she threaten you with this go-round?

Chris: Danny, she pulled out the heavy artillery this time. She said, and I quote, that, "I am the only real family Daniel has in this world."

Danny: The only real family? No way. She wouldnít.

Chris: Yes, she would. Either we champion Phyllis' cause and get some real results this time...

Danny: Or she's gonna tell Daniel I'm not his natural father.

Daniel: What is it?

Phyllis: Wh-what is it? Itís... hello! (Laughs) how ya doin'? Ahem. Fancy meeting you here.

Daniel: Are you sure it was an accident?

Phyllis: Yeah, I'm sure. I'm not the CIA.

Daniel: So what are you doing here?

Phyllis: Loading up on caffeine.

Daniel: Well, you know, I would really appreciate it if you could load up on caffeine someplace else.

Phyllis: Oh. Why's that?

Daniel: Because I'm here with someone, and I don't want you messing things up.
Phyllis: Oh. Mackenzie? You here with Mackenzie? (Laughs) well, I'm gonna find out anyway because I'm staying. Not to defy you. I'm staying because I have to work on something for my new job. I start a new job tomorrow.

Daniel: What do you want, a cookie?

Phyllis: Daniel, I really want to make things work between the two of us. I really, really do. Tell me-- tell me what I need to do. I'll do anything to make things work.

Daniel: Well, maybe you could start by leaving Mackenzie and me alone. I told her I'm in college, and I'd like to keep things that way.

Trevor: All right. $5.65.

Phyllis: Here, let me take care of this.

Daniel: No.

Phyllis: Come on! Let me take care of this.

Daniel: Keep it.

Trevor: Thanks.

Daniel: Excuse me.

Mac: Oh, great. I am so thirsty.

Sharon: Honey, I really don't think there's anything to worry about. Grace knows what's at stake, and she's not gonna say anything to Cameron.

Nick: I'd feel a whole lot better if I could talk to her. I'm starting to get a bad feeling about this. What if we made a mistake? What if she changes her mind and decides that helping you isn't worth it?

Sharon: What, you think she'd rather help a murderer?

Nick: Cameron's a master manipulator. What if he starts turning on the charm, makes himself out to be the victim? Who knows what she'll do?

Sharon: Well, there's nothing we can do now.

Nick: Well, I could go over to that hotel room and drag Grace outta there before she tells Cameron where the body is.

Sharon: You don't think that might make Cameron just a little bit suspicious?
Nick: I don't know. I'll figure somethin' out.

Sharon: Nicholas...

Nikki: I agree with Sharon. It was your decision to trust Grace, your decision to tell her where the body is. You can't go back and undo that. Whatever happens is out of your hands.

Cameron: You saw Nick and Sharon? What did they say?

Grace: They told me about New Yearís Eve and the body, except they--they put their own twisted slant on it, made it sound like you were this animal. Sharon even-- you know, no. I don't even want to repeat what she said.

Cameron: Grace, what did she say?

Grace: That you attacked her in that motel room, tried to rape her. Which is why she hit you over the head with the champagne bottle.

Cameron: Come on!

Grace: She said you-- you beat her up in Denver.

Cameron: What? You see? This is what I'm talkin' about. She will say or do anything at this point to malign me. Either that, or you know what? The woman actually believes her own version, which means she's even crazier than I thought!

Grace: I don't care what she says. She can say all the hateful lies she wants. I know you would never do something like that.

Cameron: Well, thank you. So what else did she say?

Grace: Let's not talk about her anymore.

Cameron: No, no, no! I want to. I want to know. I'm curious. Did she, by any chance, tell you who it was that I supposedly killed?

Grace: No.

Cameron: Mm-hmm. And has she seen this so-called body?

Grace: So she claims.

Cameron: Yeah, yeah, right. She's seen it. Where? Where'd she see it, huh?

Grace: Why are you asking all these questions? Who cares?

Cameron: I care, Grace! I care! You know what? They're spreading lies about me. Now I want to know everything they said to you. Don't keep any secrets.

[Grace remembering what Nick said to her.]
Nick: Go back to your hotel. Play it cool. We're putting everything in your hands, trusting you not to say anything to Cameron.

Cameron: Grace? What are you thinking?

Grace: That I-I just wish this whole thing would go away! Can't we just leave for our island right now, just start our lives over?

Cameron: No, no. You know, we're not goin' anywhere until we get what we came for.

Grace: But why--

Cameron: No! Now I have worked too long and too hard and put up with too much to just walk away!

Grace: Cameron, honey, listen, I know you don't like accepting defeat, but can't this just be one of the few times you just admit it didn't work and move on?

Cameron: Where is this coming from, Grace? The Newmanís told you somethin' else, didn't they? Something that you haven't bothered to share with me, right?

Grace: Cameron--

Cameron: Well, at one point, I know the body was in a sewer. Is that where it still is, huh?

Grace: What does it matter? You said Sharon made it u--

Cameron: Just answer my question, Grace! Where's this body now, huh?

[Grace remembering.]
Nick: We're trusting you, Grace. Don't say anything to Cameron.

Grace: I-I don't know.

Cameron: No, no. You know what? You do know. You do know. And you're not gonna tell me. That's great.

Grace: Cameron, sweetheart, don't be like this!

Cameron: You know what? I am sick and tired of being lied to and lied about. Now are you on my side or not?

Grace: Yes.

Cameron: Then prove it! And you tell me everything you know about that body.

Ashley: Careful.

Damon: Easy. Eas-- (grunts) there it is.

Ashley: Well done.

Damon: (Chuckles)

Ashley: Here. You take the flask, and I'll take the beaker.

Damon: And whatever shall we drink to?

Ashley: Oh, gosh. Can't we just drink and leave it at that?

Damon: Oh, I like your style.

Ashley: Cheers.

Dru: Honey, would you calm down? You yourself said that you were tired.

Neil: I'm not tired anymore. I'm mad as hell. After everything we've been through with her? Get that girl out here now!

Dru: Let me give you some background.

Neil: You better give me a little bit of background-- lying to the police. Who is this wallet-stealing kid?

Dru: His name is Devon, and he lives around the same neighborhood as the rec center.

Neil: Devon, huh? All right, here's my take--no more rec center, no more Devon. It's plain and simple.

Dru: Wait a minute.

Neil: What, is Lily paying you to be her mouthpiece now?

Dru: Let me tell you the whole story, okay? I can't tell you if you keep running your mouth.

Neil: Tell me the good part. That'll help.

Dru: There is no good part, okay, and quite frankly, I relate to the kid.

Neil: The kid who got our daughter to lie to the police for him, the same police we've been asking to put away Kevin Fisher! Drucilla, are you listening to this?
Victor: Okay, now, wait, wait, wait, wait. Now... you're right-handed, right?
Devon: Yeah.

Victor: So stand like this, first of all. Put your left foot forward. Alright. And have your hands up like this.

Devon: Yeah.

Victor: Your right hand always touches your chin like that, okay? So now just jab. Just do me a favor. Jab. This is called a jab.

Devon: Left?

Victor: Just jab. Right. Go. When you bring it back, when you bring it back, keep it up.

Devon: Bring it up?

Victor: Bring it back here. Bring it back here, okay?

Devon: Okay.

Victor: Good. Now that's very good. Very good. Now you don't want to throw it that hard. In other words, right now you're... just--and throw everything from the hip. You go... boom! Like that, okay? It's more like a whip. Boom! There. Boom! All right?

Devon: Okay.

Victor: So do that. Right. Now let me see a right cross. That's good! That's good. Right cross. Come on. Keep it up. Keep it up. Otherwise I can hit you.

Devon: All right.

Victor: See? If you throw your right cross down here, I come right on top of it and get you, okay? So keep it up. Keep it up here. Good. Good. Now let me show you something. The right cross is the same thing. You just also with your hip-- boom! Like that. Boom! Okay? Boom! Just move everything here and then you throw. It almost comes--boom-- like a whip. Boom! Okay?

Victor: And now go left-right, left-right, left-right. Boom-boom! Right.

Victor: Breathing hard?

Devon: (Panting) yeah, but I'm in good shape, though.

Victor: Oh, yeah? Well, you're just breathing hard because you want to, right?
Devon: Look, man, boxing's dumb, man. If someone's coming up to you, trying to mess with you, you're gonna pick up a brick or a hammer or whatever you got laying around.

Victor: Uh-huh. You think that's a good thing to do for a man?

Devon: That's what you gotta do.

Victor: You know something? The only time you use weapons like that-- guns or knives or hammers or whatever is in a case of war. You know, if you wanna have any self-respect and respect for the other man, use your fists. That way you might get hit back, too.

Devon: I don't care about respect, man. Boxing...

Victor: Really? There's a whole lot to this game. You know what else? If you really know how to do it, it'll get a lot of anger and frustration out of your system.

Devon: Oh, yeah? I think I like my system just like it is.

Daniel: So are you all passionate over there?

Mac: Oh, yes, always.

Daniel: You know, I didn't know they made red iced tea.

Mac: They have a lot of cool drinks here. I actually used to waitress here.

Daniel: No kidding.

Mac: Yeah, I also had a part-time job at Jabot. I like to earn my own pocket money.

Phyllis: Hey, don't be modest. Hey.

Mac: Hey.

Phyllis: You were great at that Jabot job. I couldn't have done what I did without your help.

Mac: I didn't see you here, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Well, I was just sitting over there. I noticed the two of you talking, I couldn't resist saying hello, so welcome back to Genoa City.

Mac: Thank you.

Phyllis: Sure, sure. Good to see you. I see you know Daniel. I know him, too.
Mac: You do?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Yeah, he's a friend of the family.

Mac: Cool.

Phyllis: Yeah, um, how is college going in Switzerland?

Daniel: Uh, fine.

Phyllis: Good. Are you still on the dean's list?

Daniel: Uh-huh.

Phyllis: Good. Your father must be so proud of you.

Daniel: Yeah, I suppose he is.

Mac: You know, he hasn't picked a major yet for some reason. Is it kind of like here in the U.S.? We have to declare a major junior year?

Phyllis: You know, I'm not too sure about the universities in Europe, but I do know he has to get on the dime. I always told him that he'd be a great lawyer. What do you think?

Mac: That's so funny. That's totally what I told him.

Phyllis: Oh, that's amazing.

Daniel: Well, I guess I'll just have to start checking out law schools.

Phyllis: I guess you do. It seems to be unanimous. (Cell phone rings)

Mac: Oh.

Phyllis: Oh. It's not my-- oh, it's yours? Okay. You never know. (Ring)

Mac: Hello? (Lowers voice) Grandma? Have you been drinking again? Just hang--hang on. Hang on. I gotta take this, okay?

Daniel: Yeah, okay.

Chris: This is why I held off telling you. I knew you'd be furious.

Danny: Furious? I could wring her neck.

Chris: It can't come as that much of a surprise that Phyllis would threaten to play dirty.

Danny: But with our son, Chris? I mean, its one thing to jerk around another adult, but this?

Chris: I know.

Danny: God, it just makes my stomach turn that she would even consider it, let alone use it as a threat.

Danny: Going to Daniel and-- and what, for the sole purpose of hurting me? And telling him Lord knows what version of the truth.

Chris: You might not wanna hear this, but maybe this is a wake-up call.

Ashley: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Easy there.

Damon: Oh, don't you worry. I'm not attempting to get you drunk.

Ashley: Well, that's insulting.

Damon: Oh, no, no, no. Don't misunderstand. I would not miss the opportunity under any other circumstance. It's only that--

Ashley: I know. I'm happily married, and you're head over heels for... Phyllis.
Damon: Well, now the way you say that...

Ashley: Uh, well, she's just not my type in oh-so-very-many ways.

Damon: (Chuckles) well, I do admit, she's a real strong dose of, uh, oh, somethin' or other, sort of like an exotic flavor-- curry, hot pepper. It's not for everyone, but if you like that sort of thing...

Ashley: You know, Damon, I'm happy if you're happy, really. I've just seen up close and personal what she did to my brother, so you be careful.

Damon: I shall.

Ashley: So are you in?

Damon: Am I gonna let Jack fire me, or am I gonna let you keep me on here in the lab?

Damon: Whatever you say, boss lady.

Ashley: Welcome back.

Neil: Drucilla, how did she lie? And please don't tell me she helped this thief steal the wallet.

Dru: No, but she helped protect him. Neil, the cops found this kid with $50-- $10 less than what was stolen. Typically, he's not walking around with Ulysses S. Grant in his back pocket, but she piped up and she told the cops that she loaned the dude $50.

Neil: Loaned the dude... I'm supposed to be relieved that she didn't actually heist the wallet herself? I mean, in the eyes of the law, this is almost as bad.
Dru: I know that, but, Neil--

Neil: But what?

Dru: You know what? She thought quick on her feet, okay? She was trying to protect Devon.

Neil: (Sighs)

Dru: What?

Neil: I'm speechless here.

Dru: Neil, Neil, Neil, listen. I'm sure that this kid has never caught a break. Lily told me that he's spent his entire life in foster care. Remember that article we read about how foster kids are bounced from one family to the next? Some parents take them in for capital gain. Other foster parents, well-intentioned, cannot handle the gig. That's his story. He never got placed. He lives in a group home. His life is tragic, and it's not his fault.

Neil: This is just a wild guess, but, um, is it possible that you are identifying a little bit with this kid?

Dru: I absolutely identify with this kid.

Neil: So you patted Lily on the head and told her how much you admired the fact that she lied to the police, didn't you?

Dru: I most certainly did not. I gave that girl hell.

Neil: Okay. All right, all right, not a clear-cut situation here, but this boy who stole someone's money, someone who worked for it, probably needs it to feed their family-- let's not forget that, Dru.

Dru: Honey, I have not forgotten about that, and that is what's so amazingly redeemable about this kid. He came here.

Neil: Who did?

Dru: Devon. He came here, Neil. He apologized. He gave us back the $50, and I'm gonna make sure it goes back to where it needs to.

Neil: Call me crazy, but aren't the police gonna think that's a little bit strange?

Dru: I don't care what the police think. That boy is doing the right thing, and they have absolutely nothing on Lily.

Neil: Are you sure that this is the right message to be sending our daughter?
Dru: Yes, helping a troubled youth so he doesn't end up like Kevin Fisher.

Neil: So you say the kid apologized, huh?

Dru: Yes, and I laid into him, and he took it like a man, said he was sorry and left.

Neil: Easy words to say.

Dru: I'm sure he meant them, Neil.

Neil: Well, I don't care. I don't want Lily hanging around anywhere near Mr. Sorry. If that's what hanging around the rec center means, then squash the rec center.

Dru: We will keep our eye on the situation, okay? Now listen, we cannot protect her from the world. I don't know if you're doing the math, but she's gonna be out of this house soon.

Neil: You know what? I'm sorry, 'cause... you are a good Mom, and you try.

Dru: Thank you. Change of subject.

Neil: What?

Dru: I am on my way over to the office right now, bye. Tomorrow is the big day, and I wanna hit the floor running.

Neil: Yeah, but do you see what time it is? It's already late at night. What are you doing?

Dru: Yeah, I know, but you have hired a very dedicated employee. I take my job very seriously, so I will see you later. See you later.

Neil: Yeah, I'll see you later. No massage?

Victor: You know, the great thing about boxing is you learn respect for another human being, you know. Usually, you know, you do it with the--with the ropes and a boxing gym, and they'll put you against a guy who isn't much bigger than you are, you know, so there's no bullying around, and that way you learn that if you hit someone, they can hit you back. So you learn respect for another human being. Besides that, when you're finished with him, you know, with training, you're exhausted. You feel good. Get rid of all of your anger and all of your frustration.

Devon: No, I'm not frustrated or anything like that.

Victor: Oh, I see.

Devon: So I don't really need your help with it.

Victor: All right. I could teach you how to box, though.

Devon: I ain't no boxer, man. Okay? (Takes gloves off)

Victor: All right. Well, if you ever change your mind, then just let me know, all right?

Devon: I got other things I need to be doing.

Victor: I'm sure you do. All right.

Daniel: Don't make yourself too comfortable.

Phyllis: What do you mean? I thought you wanted Mackenzie to think you--

Daniel: Whoa, whoa, what? So you think that maybe by not screwing me over with Mackenzie, that I'd just jump right into your arms? Nice try.

Phyllis: Okay, listen, "friend of the family," listen to me. Mackenzie is a very, very sharp girl, and if you want a piece of advice--

Daniel: No, no, I donít.

Phyllis: I've known her a lot longer than you've known her.

Danny: You know, you can go now.

Phyllis: All right, I wish you luck, because when Mackenzie finds out that you've been lying to her, you're gonna need it.

Daniel: You know, thank you so much for your input, Phyllis, but I should really be spending my time here with my date.

Phyllis: Excuse me.

Danny: A wake-up call? Why, because I never sat Daniel down and explained his paternity, told him what really happened all those years ago?

Chris: Just understand, I am not advocating anything, but for Phyllis to have this kind of power-- and, Danny, we both know how crazy she is.

Danny: God, I can't believe how much this stinks. And after we've finally convinced him to stick around this summer.

Chris: Somehow we have to reason with her. We have to make her realize how damaging it would be to unload all this information on Daniel without any preparation.

Danny: Chris, you expect me to go to her after hearing all this and attempt to have a reasonable, adult conversation with her?

Chris: Unless you are willing to consider the alternative.

Danny: We go to Daniel ourselves--a preemptive strike.

Chris: Well, it's a terrible way of putting it, but yes. Only if you feel that he is mature enough to hear the whole story.

Danny: (Sighs) I can't believe the position this woman has put us in.

Chris: I know. All right? I hate it, too, but we have to deal with it, for Danielís sake.

Grace: Cameron, you're scaring me.

Cameron: Did Nick and Sharon tell you anything else about this body?

Grace: Not really.

Cameron: Not really? Is that a yes or is that a no, Grace?

G grace: Look, all they said-- it was in the sewer.

Cameron: Yeah, I already know it's in the sewer! What sewer?

Grace: Somewhere near the Lakeside Sports Bar.

Cameron: Hallelujah. There. Now that wasn't so difficult, was it?

Grace: I don't understand why you wanted to know so badly.

Cameron: Never mind.

Grace: Cameron, what's going on?

Cameron: I said, never mind.

Grace: Cameron, honey, I don't like seeing you like this. You're too intense. It isn't good for you. Now can we please just leave, get out of this awful town?
Cameron: I don't get you, Grace. You were so gung ho to bring down the Newmanís. Have you forgotten what they did to you?

Grace: No.

Cameron: Then stop acting like it. Now I'm not leaving Genoa City until I get what I came for, and neither are you.

Grace: I still don't understand what we're gonna do to them. Does this have something to do with this--this body? Is there really a body?

Cameron: What are you asking me, Grace? You think I killed somebody?

Nick: There's no answer. Grace must have her cell phone turned off.

Nikki: I have an idea. If you really think Grace is gonna tell Cameron where the body is, why don't we move it? Someplace no one will ever be able to find it.
Sharon: Are you suggesting we go back into that disgusting sewer?

Nikki: Well, it's something to consider.

Nick: Mom, I already thought about that, but it's just too risky. For all we know, Cameron could be having us followed. Then he could call the police at just the right moment, and then we're caught red-handed. If you both stay here, I'll be back in a little while.

Nikki: Wait a minute. Wait. You're not going to see Grace?

Nick: I can't just sit here and do nothing.

Sharon: Nick, what if she already told Cameron?

Nick: Well, then I'm gonna put him on notice that he is gonna pay for what he did to you, and his days of pushing my family around are over.

Nikki: Nicholas, be careful!

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

Bobby: You say something to her about this, I swear I'm gonna--

J.T.: Yeah, I know. You're gonna have to hurt me.

Sharon: I can't let anyone find that body. I can't, Nikki. I have to get rid of it.

Nikki: You will do no such thing.

Nick: What really happened on New Yearís Eve?

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