Tuesday Y&R Transcript 6/29/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 6/29/04--Canada; Wednesday 6/30/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

John: Good morning.

Ashley: Oh, good, you're back.

Brad: How'd it go at the bank?

John: Hi, my beauty. Well, I made one hell of a pitch but it doesn't look good. We're still at the mercy of the banks. What is this meeting about? We weren't scheduled for two weeks.

Ashley: Victor's gonna make us an offer, Dad.

John: You're kidding. Well, who twisted his arm?

Ashley: Nikki spoke to him. She thinks she's gotten him into a fairly reasonable state of mind.

John: Well, I'll believe that when I see it.

Brad: Well, we're hopeful he really wants closure this time, John.

John: What's his motivation-- to make his wife happy? That sounds far-fetched.

Ashley: We can still take him to court.

John: Oh, honey, I'd rather have a root canal every day for a month than that.

Brad: Yeah, well, don't tell Victor that.

Ashley: It's a credible threat, Dad.

Brad: And it's all we've got.

John: That, and Nikki working on a personal level. You really think he'll make a good-faith offer?

Ashley: Well, he knows he can't just outright insult us.

Brad: He did last time.

Ashley: He tried, and it didn't work.

Jack: Hey, gang! Good morning. Mr. Mumbles isn't here yet?

Ashley: Don't start that! Not today.

Jack: I'm sorry. I did not show Mr. Newman due respect. I apologize. I'm sorry. What? You're wondering whether I should even be at this meeting?

John: I think that's a very fair question, yes.

Brad: I don't have to tell you how important Victor's offer is to the future of this company, Jack. So if you don't think you can keep control of your mouth, I think it's best if you do leave.


Victor: You're making yourself right at home.

Nick: Any reason I shouldn't?

Victor: What brings you by?

Nick: I'm meeting someone.

Victor: Are you gonna tell me who?

Victor: Son, why all the secrecy? I know that something is bothering you-- something that's going on with your family.

Nick: Well, it really doesn't concern you.

Victor: Any way I can help?

Nick: There isn’t. But don't worry about it. I got it covered.

Victor: Ah. Coming to the rec center later on, or what?

Nick: (Sighs) look, Dad, I wanna help you out with that, but right now there's something else I gotta deal with.

Victor: You mean more important than working with me?

Nick: Yeah, it is.


Nikki: You really think it's that serious?

Jill: Nikki, I wouldn't have called you over here otherwise.

Nikki: So you're talking about an intervention.

Jill: Well, originally, it was your suggestion, as I recall.

Nikki: I know. I just didn't realize it had gotten to that point.

Jill: Arthur and I and Esther have tried everything we can think of. She just keeps chugging down the vodka like there's no tomorrow.

Nikki: There's not gonna be a tomorrow for her if she doesn't stop. Where is she right now?

Jill: Upstairs in bed, dead to the world.

Nikki: Have you talked to her this morning?

Jill: No. She was up all night drinking. God knows when she finally crashed.

Nikki: You know, this isn't gonna be easy. She will resist our interfering.

Jill: I know. I'm prepared for that. The truth is, I-I'm prepared for the worst.

Nikki: You mean if the intervention doesn't work?

Jill: That'll be one of the most devastating moments of my life-- if I turn my back on my own mother and walk out of this house.


Mac: Hi.

Daniel: Hey. I got us some coffees.

Mac: In to-go cups? Is it already time to leave?

Daniel: No, it's to keep them warm. I didn't know exactly when you were going to get here.

Mac: Well, we said first thing.

Daniel: Yeah, and you're a woman of your word.

Mac: But you still got here before me.

Daniel: Yeah, I... couldn't wait to see you again.

Mac: That's so sweet.

Daniel: Well, I mean it, Mac. I had a lot of trouble sleeping last night after...

Mac: Yeah, me too.

Daniel: This is just amazing.

Mac: What?

Daniel: This. Us.

Mac: Amazing why? Because I'm not your usual type?


Victor: I'm sure you'd prefer it if I didn't remind you, but you made a commitment to work with me at the rec center.

Nick: Well, it's not like I'm the only one with other things going on. You're about to go to a board meeting at Jabot.

Victor: It won't take long.

Nick: Why's that?

Victor: Because I intend to make them an offer that they can't refuse.

Nick: Sounds fun. What are you givin' 'em?

Victor: I'd rather not say. You'll find out soon enough.

Nick: It's not gonna matter. You know Jack's not gonna like any offer you put on the table.

Victor: I don't give a damn what Jack Abbott likes or not, and he has no say in it.

(Doorbell rings)

Victor: May be your guest.

Nick: Right.

Victor: Michael Baldwin. What are you doing here?

Michael: It's good to see you, Victor.

Nick: Actually, uh, Michael’s here to see Sharon and me.

Victor: All right. You two have a good day.

Nick: Let me know how that meeting goes.


Jack: If you really don't think I should be here, I do have other things I could be doing.

John: You tell us, then-- do we want you here today?

Jack: Well, I know what's gonna happen. He's gonna offer us a lot less than he owes us, and we're going to accept, right?

Brad: That wasn't the question, Jack. Are you going to go out of your way to anger Newman, make him offer us half of what he originally intended?

Jack: Bradley, would I do something like that?

Ashley: Oh, yeah, you would because you've done it before.

Jack: People, people, relax. I am not going to let Newman get my blood pressure up.

John: You mean that, Jack?

Jack: You know, I really do have other things I could be doing. I got some phone calls to return, I got to write a couple memos.

John: Jack, Jack, personally, I would like you to stay. We're a family, we're a team and that's the way I like to do business.

Jack: Good. Then I'll be there for you, and I will be calm, I promise.

Ashley: Even if you don't like the offer?

Jack: I already don't like the offer. I'm not gonna let that get to me. You know what? Paltry though it is, it will be a band-aid, and we need a band-aid. You know what? We have enough deferred expenses that this money's gonna be spent by the time that check clears, but it will give us some breathing room. It will take a little weight off our shoulders and then we can all collectively put our shoulder to the wheel-- decide what needs to be cut, what needs to be trimmed-- and we will survive. I guarantee that. As C.E.O. of this company, I will see to it.

John: I like that new attitude, Jack.

Jack: Well, get used to it. Ol' smilin' Jack is back. That other guy-- the one with the ulcers and the overdeveloped sense of what is fair-- is gone! Where is Mr. Wonderful, anyway? This making us wait is kind of an old tactic, isn't it?

Brad: Jack...

Jack: Peace. Peace. I am not upset about anything. Victor can play whatever games he wants to play. We will have the last laugh when Jabot rises from the ashes. You mark my word.


Nikki: Have you given any thought to how you're going to approach this?

Jill: I've made some phone calls.

Nikki: I think the more people we can gather together, the better chance we'll have.

Jill: Brock's coming.

Nikki: What about Elizabeth?

Jill: Yeah, she'll be here. And Gina.

Nikki: And Lauren Fenmore?

Jill: She said she'd do anything she could to help.

Nikki: And there'll be you, there'll be Arthur.

Jill: And Esther. I'm finally willing to admit that she knows as much as anybody else about alcoholism.

Nikki: All right. What about Mackenzie?

Jill: She's the question mark. But I'm hoping she'll be with us.

Nikki: When do you wanna do it?

Jill: This evening. We'll all gather here and we'll just spring it on Katherine before she realizes what's happening.

Nikki: Okay. Just--just tell me what time. I'll be here.

Jill: Let's talk after the meeting and we'll make the final arrangements then.

Nikki: Okay. Um, I'm going to go to the office. Are you coming?

Jill: There's something I have to do first, but I'll-- I'll be there in time for the meeting.

Nikki: Jill, don't worry. You're doing the right thing.

Jill: I hope so. With all my heart and soul, I hope this works. Otherwise my Mother's gonna self-destruct.

Nikki: It'll work.


Mac: I was right before, wasn't I?

Daniel: About what, not being my type? What makes you think that I have one?

Mac: Let's see-- Swedish blonde? Inga?

Daniel: Right.

Mac: (Laughs) very beautiful, sophisticated, European...

Daniel: I think I would take beautiful and sophisticated and American any day.

Mac: Well, I'm about as far away from sophisticated as you can get.

Daniel: Well, that depends on your definition.

Mac: Trust me, I'm not. (Laughs) if I had to describe myself, I'd say I'm down-to-earth.

Daniel: Really. Well, how would you describe me?

Mac: Honestly? Scary.

Daniel: What?

Mac: Well, you're the first guy that I've-- you know-- since Billy.

Daniel: Well, I hope it's a good scary.

Mac: It's very good.

Phyllis: Hey. Hello, Trevor. I need coffee. Coffee! I've been up all night. I'll be over there.

Daniel: Do you like the coffee?

Mac: Yeah, it's really good.

Phyllis: Hey, look at you two! This seems to be your spot.

Daniel: Phyllis. Uh, if you don't mind, we were kind of in the middle of a personal conversation.

Phyllis: No problem.

Mac: Oh, you know what? That's okay. Um, I have to get going anyway. I have a stop to make before I go over to the rec center.

Daniel: Are you sure?

Mac: Yeah. Thanks for the coffee again. I'll see you later.

Daniel: Okay.

Mac: It was nice seeing you again, Phyllis.

Phyllis: You too, Mackenzie.


Nick: Thanks for coming over.

Michael: No problem. What's up?

Nick: All right, you remember the plan of using Grace to get to Cameron?

Michael: Yeah, the plan. I talked to her like you asked me to.

Nick: Well, thank you, but unfortunately, it didn't work.

Michael: What happened?

Nick: We told Grace everything--about Sharon and Cameron in Denver, New Year’s Eve--all of it.

Michael: Risky move.

Nick: Yeah, it was, but it worked. Grace agreed to help us.

Michael: And that's a good thing, right?

Nick: Well, it was until Grace double-crossed us, and then told Cameron everything.

Michael: When you say told Cameron everything, you mean everything?

Nick: He now knows where the body is.

Michael: You're sure?

Nick: I was at his hotel room last night. The guy was cockier than ever. But I think I figured out why.

Michael: What?

Sharon: He's trying to frame me for murder.


Phyllis: If looks could kill.

Phyllis: Okay, let's start over. Good morning, sweetheart. All right... I get the feeling you're not delighted to see me.

Daniel: What is it with you? I mean, are you some kind of a psycho?

Phyllis: Well... it depends on who you ask.

Daniel: Oh, yeah. Ha ha! It's all just a big joke for you, isn't it?

Phyllis: No, it's not.

Daniel: So what is it-- you think that by following me around and throwing yourself at me and messing up my personal life, that's gonna get you what you want?

Phyllis: What do you think it is I want?

Daniel: Come on. Can we please not play these games?

Phyllis: I want you. I want a relationship with my son.

Daniel: Why now all of a sudden? I mean, if you felt this way...

Phyllis: Why didn't I just get on a plane and-- and knock down your door years ago?

Daniel: Wait, let me guess-- 'cause it's complicated, right?

Phyllis: Yes. It is complicated.

Daniel: Yeah? Well, when you figure it out, you know where to find me. You know, on second thought, don't bother.

Phyllis: How did you get so angry? Daniel? You're so angry. How did that happen?

Phyllis: My heart breaks when I see you. Daniel... really, I ache for you.

Phyllis: I don't know if you understand this, but it's like a constant pain in my chest.

Phyllis: I want a relationship with you. How can you and I have a relationship?


Kay: Don't you know I hate myself for-- for such a weakness?!

Jill: You were doing so well.

Kay: No. No, no, no. No! No! No, I wasn't! I was foolin' myself!

Kay: Come on, Jill... just--just go away, please. God! I can't bear it-- having you see me this way.

Jill: No. I'm not going anywhere. I'm gonna stay right here with you, Mother.

Mac: Jill. You're crying. What's wrong?


Brad: Jack, when Victor starts talking about this stipulation he's--

Jack: You're that sure it's about Abby?

Brad: Oh, come on. John doesn't know about her paternity.

Jack: He certainly shouldn't find out about it here.

Brad: We can't ask him to leave the meeting.

Jack: Victor says it's not about Abby.

Brad: And you believe him.

Jack: Hey, I'm not the one that set up this meeting. You are. I'm just trying to help here. Maybe I can get him out of the room on some pretext, but I'm not sure it'll work.

Brad: Okay, all right.

John: Would you, uh, like one of these?

Brad: No, thanks, John.

Jack: No caffeine for me. I'm staying cool and calm.

Nikki: Hi. Sorry I'm late.

Jack: That's all right. Your husband hasn't arrived yet.

John: Where's Jill?

Nikki: I was just with her. She has to take care of something, and then she'll be right here.

Brad: Jill always has something more important on her mind.

Nikki: This is important, Brad.

Jack: Listen, rumor has it you were gonna work on your husband a bit here.

Nikki: I only tried to show him what a reasonable settlement would look like.

Jack: And?

Nikki: Well, I'm not gonna make any promises, but... I think it worked.

Brad: Well, we'll see, won't we?

Ashley: I have an experiment down in the lab I need to check on since we're delayed. I'll be right back.

Victor: You all right?

Ashley: Mm. Yes, of course. Oh! Come in.

Victor: Well, I can see everyone is overjoyed to see me. Hello, John.

John: Victor.

Victor: Shall we start?


Jill: You're here, Mackenzie.

Mac: That's a switch. You usually can't wait to get rid of me.

Jill: Look, I know that we haven't always gotten along.

Mac: Jill, we've never gotten along.

Jill: The thing is, I need to ask you a really, really important favor.

Mac: What kind of favor?

Jill: I don't know if you've noticed this or not, but your grandmother's drinking is out of control.

Mac: Yeah, I figured as much. I talked to her last night. She seemed really out of it. That's why I'm here. I'm gonna go check on her.

Jill: No, wait a minute. First I want to tell you what's going to be happening.

Mac: What do you mean?

Jill: I've asked all of the people who are closest to Katherine to gather here, and we're gonna confront her as a group.

Mac: Confront her?

Jill: Yes, and it is vitally important that we're all together on this, Mackenzie. Even Brock is gonna be here.

Mac: My dad's coming?

Jill: Yeah. But you are the key, Mackenzie, 'cause if you don't go along with the rest of us, I'm just afraid this plan is doomed to fail.


Michael: So you think Cameron planted evidence on the corpse?

Nick: Yeah, and when it turns up, it'll point straight to Sharon.

Michael: I suppose it's possible.

Nick: Do you think Cameron has somethin' else up his sleeve?

Michael: Well, considering we're talking about a man who faked his own death for four months, anything's possible. Look, as far as you know, where's the body now?

Nick: In the sewer near the Lakeside Bar.

Sharon: Or thereabouts.

Michael: Thereabouts? Where's thereabouts?

Sharon: Well, it took us a while to find it last time. There was a heavy rain and the water washed it pretty far down the sewer.

Michael: So it could've traveled even farther since th..

Nick: Would that help us?

Michael: It could. It buys you a little time.

Sharon: Nikki wondered if we should go back and move it.

Michael: No. No, don't do that. Don't go anywhere near the body, especially now that Cameron knows where to look.

Nick: Then what do we do?

Michael: Honestly, I don't know.

Nick: Is that your legal expert opinion?

Michael: Don't even go there. If I'd billed your wife for all the advice I've given her, I'd be retired in the south of France by now.

Nick: Sorry. We need your help.

Michael: Okay, bottom line-- if Cameron is trying to frame you and if the police find the body and if they manage to tie it to you somehow, without a concrete alibi, you could be looking at criminal charges.

Sharon: Oh, dear God.

Michael: That's a lot of ifs.

Sharon: Are you telling me that I could go on trial? I could be convicted for this? But I didn't kill anyone! I don't even know whose body that is!

Michael: This is perception as well as the law--

Sharon: How can they lock me up for something I didn't do?!

Michael: It's the worst case scenario, Sharon--worst case.

Sharon: But it could happen.

Nick: It's not gonna happen, all right?

Sharon: I can't go to prison. I-I mean, I can't be locked up. I-I couldn't deal with it. I can't stand being away from my family, my children.

Michael: Sharon, I don't know if there's any quick fix to this.

Sharon: Well, what can I do?


Hank: Hey. I heard you guys brought in a floater.

Man: See for yourself.

Hank: Where'd it turn up?

Man: Out by Lake Delaney, near the catch basin where the storm sewers drain.

Hank: Who reported it?

Man: Homeless guy over there and his buddy found the body, called in early this morning.

Hank: Okay. What can you tell me?

Man: Take a look, detective. It's a male, but, uh, that's about all we know right now. Definitely not a fresh one. From the looks of him, this poor guy's been to hell and back.


Mac: Why am I the key?

Jill: We have to make Katherine realize the harm she's doing-- to her health, to her family, to her friends.

Mac: No, I understand that, but why do I have to be a part of it?

Jill: Because you have so much influence with your grandmother.

Mac: When were you planning on doing this?

Jill: This evening.

Mac: Fine. I have no problem being here.

Jill: Well, you might when you hear what's involved.

Mac: What do you mean?

Jill: We're not gathering here just to talk Katherine out of drinking. I mean, we've tried that till we're blue in the face. We're staging what is called an intervention.

Mac: What's the difference?

Jill: We all get together and we tell Katherine that if she doesn't get help, if she doesn't go into rehab, if she continues down her destructive path... she's gonna lose us, gonna lose every one of us.

Mac: You mean we abandon her?

Jill: If that's what it takes, Mackenzie, yes.

Mac: Isn't that a little extreme?

Jill: I don't know. I don't know. It seems to have worked for the families of some other alcoholics. Sometimes it's the only thing that does work.

Mac: I know, but--

Jill: Hopefully, by threatening to sever our ties with her, it'll scare some sense into Katherine. And then, if she agrees to get help, we don't have to go through with it anyway.

Mac: If you ask me, Jill, it's awful-- getting everyone to gang up on my Grandma like that.

Jill: Think this is easy for me? She's my mother. I love her, too.

Mac: Oh, yeah. That's why you're so nice to her all the time.

Jill: Mackenzie, please listen to me!

Mac: No! This intervention stuff-- it's mean. I cannot hurt my Grandma like that.

Jill: Do you think the rest of us want to hurt her? We're trying to save her life!

Mac: Sure, you say that, but for all I know, you could be trying to get rid of her for awhile.

Jill: Why would I want to do that?

Mac: You'd have your father and this house to yourself.

Jill: Oh, my God, that's absurd!

Mac: Maybe it is. Maybe you have changed, Jill. Maybe you are this wonderful, loving daughter. But I still can't do it. I can't walk away from my grandma. I can’t.

Jill: Don't you understand you have to? We all have to, or she's gonna die. This is deadly serious, Mackenzie. This is the end of the road for her. Please, please, be at the intervention. Don't let us down.

Kay: Hmph. So you think you're going to stage an intervention for me. (Chuckles) over my dead body.


John: Now, Victor, you asked us here today to propose a settlement of your debt to us.

Victor: And you call it a debt, John?

John: Oh, yes. You owe this company for damages you caused by your illegal actions.

Victor: Mm-hmm. I'm surprised that you take that aggressive of a stance.

John: Oh, I'm simply telling it to you like it is. Now in the past, you've made offers that were unacceptable. I assume that you called us here today because you're ready to put some real money on the table.

Victor: I told my wife that I want to settle this as soon as possible.

Brad: You understand that we're prepared to take you to court if we have to.

Victor: And you understand that that would be financially irresponsible on your part. I think it's in our best interests to avoid that.

John: There's only one way that's going to happen. Let's hear your offer.

Victor: Jack, are you all right?

Jack: Yeah, never better.

Victor: You just don't seem to be your usual... insulting self.

Jack: Just takin' it all in. So... what is the magic number?


Michael: You want to turn yourself in?

Sharon: Yes. Won't that show the police that I'm cooperating and that I have nothing to hide?

Michael: I asked you to do that months ago.

Sharon: Well, I wasn't ready then.

Michael: Yes, and now all of a sudden, you are. Gee. What took you so long?

Nick: Hey, take it easy.

Michael: I'm sorry. It's just a little aggravating, to say the least. I wish you had gone to the authorities when I asked you to. Back then, there was so much more I could do for you. We would have been in a much better position, but now, after all this time... (sighs)

Sharon: So you're saying you don't think I should turn myself in?

Michael: I'm just saying that things are a lot more uncertain now. I mean, they might not charge you with murder. But they could charge you with obstruction of justice, tampering with the evidence. I mean, who knows what else?

Nick: I think you should do it.

Sharon: Really?

Nick: Yeah. We don't have a lot of options here. We could sit around and hope that Cameron doesn't find the body, but that is taking too big of a chance.

Sharon: What do you think, Michael?

Michael: Okay. Before I say anything, I need to know, are you officially retaining my services?

Nick: You're hired.

Michael: Okay. Which means from now on, you will do exactly as I say, even if you don't like it.

Nick: Fine.

Michael: Okay. Then let's get down to the police station and get this over with.


Hank: Sir, you're sure you didn't touch the body?

Man: Oh, no, sir. Not--not at all. No, sirree. No.

Hank: Okay. So you found it. Where and how?

Man: Oh, we got this little community down by the lake, you know? And me and my buddy, we was out for a walk, and we seen this dude, like, hanging halfway out of the drainage pipe.

Hank: And what did you do?

Man: Well, as soon as I figured out it was a dead guy, I didn't want to go nowheres near it, so I--we told the cop up on the bridge

Hank: That was the right thing to do.

Man: Am I gonna get a reward?

Hank: I wouldn't count on it, pal. You wait here, sir. I'll have an officer drive you back to your community, all right? Make sure he gets back. So the guy turned up in a drainage pipe.

Man #2: Yep. That's where we found him.

Hank: Any I.D.?

Man #2: Guy is clean.

Hank: Cause of death?

Man #2: You're kidding, right?

Hank: All right. Well, let me know when you have something.

Man #2: You got it.

Hank: Judging from the appearance, smell, I'd say he spent some time in the sewer.

Man #2: Guy is wearing a pretty nice suit.

Hank: Yeah, well, at least he has something to wear to his own funeral.

Man #2: Yeah. Hope the family wasn't, uh, planning on an open casket.


Daniel: A relationship? You and me?

Phyllis: Yeah. Listen... listen, Daniel, if you just give me a chance... if you just give me a chance, you'll find out that I'm a really good person. I'm not a bad person at all. If you just give me just the tiniest chance...

Phyllis: I just... I just want to see if we can establish some--some common ground. Can we do that? I mean, I would do anything for that. Anything.

Daniel: Anything?

Phyllis: Yeah. The sky's the limit, truly. As long as it's legal.

Daniel: Well, actually, there is one thing.

Phyllis: Wh-what is it?

Daniel: You can tell me what happened between you and Dad when you broke up, why he got custody. I think I need to know the whole story.

Phyllis: Wow. You need to know?

Daniel: Yeah. I'm pretty sick of everybody tiptoeing around the big, scary secret.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know. I don't blame you.

Daniel: So then you'll tell me?

Phyllis: Um... you know, actually, I-- I've been working at Newman Enterprises all-- all night, and I-I need to go home. I need to take a shower and, uh, get dressed and then go to work. I don't want to be late. It's my first--my first day.

Daniel: Well, how about dinner?

Phyllis: Dinner? You want to have dinner with me?

Daniel: Yeah, as long as we can talk about this.

Phyllis: Um, all right. When?

Daniel: How about tonight?

Phyllis: Tonight? Okay. Okay, you're on. I--that's good. I'll do that. I'm--I'm gonna have dinner with my son. Okay, we'll have dinner together. Uh, when and where?

Daniel: Let's decide later. We'll just see how the day unfolds.

Phyllis: Okay. That's--that's even better. That's good. That's good. All right. That's what we'll do. Okay, I-I'm, uh, I promise you, you're not gonna regret this. You won't re-- you won't regret this.


Victor: I doubt seriously that we can all agree on a number that will be satisfactory to everyone concerned. I had a long discussion with my wife. She gave me rather sage advice, helped me to find a way through this-- one that I hope will satisfy most everyone concerned.

Jill: Sorry. Sorry. It couldn't be helped.

Victor: Hello, Jill.

Jill: Hello. Uh, go ahead, please. Do you have to fill me in?

Jack: Actually, Victor hasn't arrived at a figure just yet. I think he's on his way there. It's kinda hard to tell.

Ashley: Victor, if it helps, we have a very clear line which you shouldn't even bother going below.

Victor: I don't need to be reminded of that, Ashley. I'm perfectly aware of that.

Ashley: (Mouths) okay.

Victor: I have arrived at a decision that I think will be satisfactory to most of you. In exchange for your agreement not to sue me for past damages, I will agree to pay Jabot cosmetics a sum of $75 million.

John: Well, now that does sound reasonable. Jack?

Jack: $75 million. Déjà vu all over again.


Michael: Hold on. Listen to me, both of you. I want you to let me do most of the talking, okay? Do not say anything unless I tell you to.

Sharon: How long is this gonna take?

Michael: That would depend on our buddy Detective Weber’s mood.

Sharon: Well, they're not gonna keep me here, are they?

Michael: In order to do that, they'd have to arrest you.

Sharon: Great. Then they'll come to my house later tonight and arrest me.

Nick: Babe, that's not gonna happen. Will you tell her that's not gonna happen?

Michael: All right. Let's get this over with. Excuse me, officer. I'm looking for Detective Weber.

Officer: He's out on a call.

Michael: Hmm. Do you have any idea when he'll be back?

Officer: I have no idea, but you can wait for him.

Michael: Okay.

Officer: Please, have a seat. But I gotta warn you, it's gonna be awhile. He's at the morgue checking out a body they found this morning.

Michael: Oh, a body? Where?

Officer: Would you believe a sewer pipe out by Lake Delaney?

Sharon: Oh, my God.

Nick: It's too late.

Michael: Let's get out of here.

Sharon: Wait, I thought that we were gonna...

Nick: That was before they found the body. Now it'll just look like we're trying to cover our tracks.

Michael: He's right, Sharon. (Whispers) all right, go.


Ashley: Victor, that appears to be a very reasonable offer.

Victor: You have my wife to thank for that.

John: Well done, Nikki.

Jack: Indeed, Nikki. Well done.

Victor: However, there's a condition and a stipulation attached to this offer.

Brad: Victor...

Victor: And it does not concern you, Bradley. I promise you.

John: A stipulation? I don't understand.

Jack: Uh, forgive me, Victor, I do not mean to be rude. I have other things I need to address, though. Among them, keeping this company in the black.

Victor: Well, then let me finish very quickly so that you can get to your business at hand. The offer of $75 million is contingent upon the Jabot board of directors removing you, Jack Abbott, as C.E.O. of your company permanently. And at no time are they to rehire you in any managerial capacity whatsoever. That is my final offer. Take it or leave it.


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


Neil: I guess you're gonna have to learn how to place nice in the sandbox and share.

Dru and Phyllis: Share?


J.T.: Bobby's gonna ask Brittany to marry him.

Raul: What?


Nikki: You used your wealth and your power to try to settle a personal score.

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