Tuesday Y&R Transcript 7/6/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 7/6/04--Canada; Wednesday 7/7/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nikki: Sharon, what's going on? Miguel said you needed to see me.

Sharon: Yes, I do. Nikki, a body has been found.

Nikki: A body?

Sharon: That's right.

Nikki: The same body that-- that we found in the sewer?

Sharon: Yes.

Nikki: Oh, my God. How did this happen?

Sharon: It turned up in a drainage pipe out near Lake Delaney right after Cameron found out where it was. You do the math.

Nikki: (Sighs) so you still think he's trying to set you up.

Sharon: I would stake my life on it.


(Knock on door)

Hank: Come in. Did we get a definite I.D. in yet on that body brought in yesterday?

Officer: Wasn't much left to work with. We got some dental info. We should hear something soon.

Hank: Lucky they got anything at all, the shape that stiff was in. No telling how long he's been down in that sewer.


Nikki: So now that the police have a corpse...

Sharon: It's only a matter of time before they link it to me.

Nikki: Cameron probably put something on that body to lead them to you.

Sharon: Oh, Nikki. I am in so much trouble here. How can you stand there that calmly?

Nikki: Sharon, just breathe, all right? Try to get a grip.

Sharon: I am trying.

Nikki: Try harder.


Officer: You going over the missing person's report from the Madison P.D.?

Hank: Everything here matches real close. The guy's description, all the basic stuff. Reported missing last winter.


Sharon: You realize, don't you, I could go to prison for the rest of my life for killing a man that I never even met?


Hank: I'd say it's a pretty sure thing we got the answer. Our dead guy is Frank Barritt.


Mac: Oh, Grandma, why? Why are you doing this? (Cell phone rings) (Ring) (Ring)

Mac: Hello.

Daniel: Hey.

Mac: Hey.

Daniel: You okay? That last "hello" sounded a little, uh...

Mac: Yeah, I'm fine.

Daniel: Things didn't go too well with your grandma, huh?

Mac: It helps just hearing your voice.

Daniel: Yeah, well, that's why I'm calling. I just wanted to make sure you were still on for Crimson Lights.

Mac: Definitely. You have no idea.

Daniel: Cool. Well, I can't wait to see you, Mac.

Mac: I'll be there.

J.T.: Who was that? Or do I have to ask?

Mac: Yes, it was Daniel, and, no, I really don't want any feedback.

J.T.: Yeah, well, Mac, you're gonna get it. 'Cause I saw you at the coffeehouse kissing that idiot.


Jamal: I was surprised to hear from you last night, Mrs. Winters. Um, after I talked to you, I took the liberty of bringing Ms. Davis. She used to be my social worker.

Dru: Oh. I see. Well, um, I-I could not stop thinking about the boy.

Lorena: Devon, you mean.

Dru: Devon--yes. He reminds me so much of myself at his age. I-I know you don't know, but I used to rip and run on the streets as a teenager.

Jamal: You?

Dru: Yes, I'm no overnight sensation. However, I'm not here to talk about me, and I know you don't want to talk about me right now. I want to talk about Devon.

Jamal: You sure you don't mean Lily?

Lorena: Jamal says she seems very interested in Devon.

Dru: With all due respect, Ms. Davis, if I need to talk to my daughter, I'll talk to her myself.

Lorena: I don't know what there is to say, Ms. Winters. I mean, boys like Devon, they have it rough-- bouncing back and forth between foster homes and the juvenile court system. They don't know how to be close to people, how to relate. It's as if the system is setting them up to fail.

Dru: Well, you make it sound like there's no hope for the foster child.

Lorena: Oh, no. I would never say no hope for any of our young people. They need it, have to have it to stay alive. But Devon-- this poor boy has got one foot in the street already.


Nick: Looks like we're the first ones here, huh?

Devon: Yeah.

Nick: Hey, you know what would work better...

Devon: Is, like, everybody around here a boxing coach, man?

Nick: (Chuckles) I get it from my dad. It goes with the territory.

Devon: Is he the guy who runs this place?

Nick: Yeah, that's him.

Devon: Yeah, he showed me a couple moves.

Nick: So you like boxing?

Devon: I like hitting stuff.

Nick: Yeah, well, that's different. You can stand there and whale away on this bag, but if you want to box, it's a combination of strength, timing. It's an art. But it's a good way to work off some steam, huh, get rid of that anger?

Devon: That's the same thing your old man said, man. But I'm not angry, though, all right? That's your trip.

Nick: All right.


Mac: Who I kiss or don't kiss is none of your business, J.T.

J.T.: Yeah, but Daniel, that punk? You can't be that hard up, Mac.

Mac: Look, I know what you think of him. But that's just too bad. If you gave him a chance, you'd see that he was a good person. But obviously, you're not gonna do that because you've made up your mind not to like him, regardless of how I feel.

J.T.: Mac, don't tell me you've fallen for this guy.

Mac: So what if I have?

J.T.: Where do I start?

Mac: You know what, J.T.? I don't want to hear it. Especially not now.

J.T.: You know, this never woulda happened if he had been straight with you.

Mac: Straight with me about what?

J.T.: About the fact that he's a kid. He's 16.

Mac: What are you talking about?


Chris: Good morning.

Chris: Daniel, did you hear me?

Daniel: What?

Chris: I said "good morning."

Daniel: Yeah. So?

Chris: I know what happened last night, your conversation with Phyllis.

Daniel: Look, I really don't want to talk about this, especially not with you.

Chris: If it makes any difference, it was your mother who told me. I know she laid some heavy things on you. I can't even imagine what you're going through. The whole situation just makes me ill. And Danny is so upset. After your talk last night, it was all he could do to keep from running after you. The way this was handled, it's just-- I mean, it's horrifying.

Daniel: (Snickers) yeah? You think so?

Chris: I'm just glad you're safe and sound here this morning.

Daniel: You know, what does that mean, "safe and sound"? Is that maybe how you thought I'd be when you ripped me away from my mother when I was a child out of spite?

Chris: Daniel--

Daniel: No, you know what? I'll tell you what. Since you're so big on running the show and controlling my life, you can have your way. Let's talk. Let's get it all out on the table. Come on, Christine.


Nikki: All right, look, you don't know for sure that they're gonna connect you to this. -----

Sharon: I know what that sick monster is capable of.

Nikki: Do you know for certain that there's no connection to you and that body aside from any evidence that he could've planted?

Sharon: Nikki, after everything we have been through, how could you ask me that?

Nikki: Oh, this is just getting worse and worse. When I think of the chaos that man has caused for our family...

Sharon: I am so sorry to be such a burden, but--

Nikki: If only you and Nicholas hadn't told Grace where the body was. I don't know why on earth you thought she would align herself with you. She probably went right to Cameron and told him everything.

Sharon: Well, we thought we had convinced her that he was a cold-blooded killer. And besides that, what other choice did we have?

Nikki: You could have kept your mouths shut. Now we have even more to worry about. Before we were terrified that he was trying to frame you, which he probably is. Now, uh--it's a disaster waiting to happen. I mean, every move you make, you are digging yourself in deeper.

Cassie: Mom... what are you and Nikki fighting about?


Officer: So Barritt was a mechanic, huh?

Hank: Yeah. Drexler's Auto Repair. Worked there 13 years.

Officer: Looks like one of his supervisors got worried when he didn't report for work.

Hank: Divorced, no contact with the ex-wife for three years.

Officer: Apparently, after a week, when his landlord couldn't find him to get his rent check, he called the Madison P.D.

Hank: And now the guy turns up dead in Genoa City.

Officer: The question is, why'd he end up here?

Hank: Yeah, and how?


Dru: So Devonís at risk?

Jamal: All these kids are in trouble, Mrs. Winters. Only question is how much.

Lorena: It's true. I can't tell you how many young people from my years of working in child protection are now on my caseload as a probation officer.

Dru: You're kidding.

Lorena: For some of them, I have been the only constant and certain thing in their lives. Me and jail, that is.

Dru: Are you saying Devonís headed towards jail?

Jamal: He's already had a few run-ins with the law.

Dru: Listen, I know that there's confidentiality issues and all that, but can you tell me for what?

Lorena: Shoplifting, curfew-- nothing too serious. Not yet, at least.

Jamal: If he keeps going the way he's going, he's--

Dru: What? What?

Lorena: I'm not going to lie to you, Mrs. Winters. But Devon is a problem child. He's been all over the system, in at least a dozen foster homes. The future is not bright for him. And the sad thing is, this young man knows it.

Jamal: I mean, Devon has a wall around him a mile high. He doesn't let himself care about anything or anyone.

Dru: Yeah, because he probably feels no one cares about him.

Lorena: That's about the size of it.

Dru: Well, there must be some community service here in Genoa City. Surely there are jobs, internships, something to point the boy in the right direction.

Lorena: I used to think if I could just find a foster family for these kids, everything would be okay. But by the time some of them got to me, they were so messed up, a foster family wouldn't deal with them for any more than a couple of months.

Jamal: I mean, we're talking serious problems here.

Lorena: That's right.

Jamal: I mean, emotional, mental health.

Dru: No, I remember. I met a lot of abused kids on the streets.

Jamal: Yeah, nothing has changed, sorry to say.

Lorena: And it's not like anyone's in a hurry to fix things, either.

Dru: Well, change is expensive. Would it be safe to say that kids are gonna continue to fall through the cracks?

Jamal: Afraid so. I mean, he doesn't have much time, either. Once he turns 18, he'll be emancipated.

Dru: Emancipated, what does that mean?

Lorena: It means that he will no longer be in the foster care system. He'll be on his own for good.


Nick: Hey, hey, you're still not nailing that combination.

Devon: So?

Nick: Well, you're wasting your energy.

Devon: It's mine to waste, ain't it?

Nick: That's one way to look at it. But if you want to box--

Devon: Look, man, I didn't even say I wanted to box, all right? I just came in here because... you know what? Whatever, man.

Nick: Hey, hold up. Hey. Let's start over, all right? My name's Nick.

Devon: And?

Nick: And I think you could become a pretty good boxer, if you keep at it.

Devon: Do you think?

Nick: Yeah. It's gonna take a lot of work, though, but maybe.

Devon: And what if I don't want to box?

Nick: Well, that's fine, too.

Devon: So, uh, tell me, what's it like working with your dad? You guys real, uh, real tight or something?

Nick: (Chuckles) something like that. How about you?

Devon: Me? I, uh, yeah, my dad is-- he's real cool. He's, um, he's always talkin' about wanting to spend more time together, you know? Do the old father/son thing... like goin' fishing and shootin' hoops.

Nick: That's cool.

Devon: Yeah.

Devon: Look, I'm lyin', man. I ain't got no Dad.


Sharon: Sweetheart, we weren't fighting. We were just having a difference of opinion.

Cassie: Well, it sure sounded like a fight.

Nikki: What's that you have around your neck?

Cassie: Oh, it's an earring. I found it when we were cleaning out stuff at the rec center.

Nikki: Hmm. It's pretty.

Cassie: Yeah, I thought so, too. Um, well, I'm going to go back down to the pool now. Noah and Miguel are there. I just forgot my sun block. See you guys later.

Nikki: Okay. (Door closes)

Sharon: Nikki, I know that I've made a mess of things. But please don't desert me now. I would just fall apart without you.

Nikki: Sharon, I'm not going to desert you. You know that. But try to pull yourself together, all right? And don't make any more foolish moves. I'm gonna go up to the house and try to relax. I suggest you do the same.

Sharon: Wait. Nikki, thank you. I'll never forget everything you've done for me.

Nikki: You're welcome. Calm down.


Officer: Anything in there about known enemies?

Hank: No. The guy sounded like a real straight arrow. No rap sheet, no outstanding warrants. Not even a traffic ticket.

Officer: Must be someone out there who saw this guy before he disappeared.

Hank: Oh, boy.

Officer: What? What is it?

Hank: This Barritt guy. I just realized he's connected up with... unbelievable.

Officer: Who?

Hank: Nicholas and Sharon Newman and their little girl.


Dru: You know, Ms. Davis, I know that life is tough for these kids. No one knows better than me. But miracles do happen. Look what happened for me.

Lorena: You are a very lucky, and I'm sure, very determined woman. You've had to be.

Dru: That's true. But once I got my legs, I realized that this was a blessing in disguise. I realized that I could adapt to any situation more so than most people.

Jamal: Yeah, a lot of these kids are surprisingly resilient.

Dru: They are survivors.

Lorena: No, Mrs. Winters, they know how to survive on the streets. But as you know, making that jump to real life is difficult at best. And in general, they just aren't equipped to do it.

Jamal: Most of them can't accept a helping hand. They've been hurt so often, they won't let themselves trust anyone, so they can't form attachments.

Dru: Listen, you're painting a very dark picture here. Surely there are people in the community that will help these children.

Lorena: The truth of the matter is boys and girls like Devon have a one in a million chance of their lives turning out like yours. For the vast majority, the future is very, very grim. And that is a reality we all have to face.


Nick: So what about your mom?

Devon: What Mom?

Nick: What happened to her?

Devon: You know, I have no idea. They, uh, took me away from her when I was real young. She was a crackhead. And she tried to come and see me every once in awhile, but... she just stopped coming. Haven't heard from her in years.

Nick: I'm sorry, man. That's, uh, that's tough.

Devon: That's life, you know? I ain't never had nobody look out for me. That's how I'm gon' keep it.

Nick: Well, I gotta take off. Uh... you got any plans the rest of the day?

Devon: Yeah, sure. I got plans.

Nick: Well, if you didn't, I was gonna head out to my house. You know, we got a big pool. You could chill or something, you know.

Devon: I just said that I had plans, man. Didn't you hear me?

Nick: Yeah, I heard you. I just thought maybe--

Devon: Just thought what, that I didn't have no life? Listen, I got places to go and things to do, all right? I don't need no rich dude like you tryin' to do me any dang favors. All right? You can forget that.


Chris: Look, I-- I know you're angry.

Daniel: You know, you know nothing. Do you have any idea what you did to me?

Chris: I am not the only one who had a hand in the way things turned out back then. Your mother--

Daniel: No, no, no, no, no, don't you start pointing fingers. You were all screwed up, all three of you.

Chris: I can understand why you'd think that.

Daniel: Oh, can you?

Chris: Yes, I can. However, the things that Phyllis did--

Daniel: Yeah, you know what? Dad told me. He told me she pulled some pretty crazy things because she wanted us to be a family more than anything. And I would've had a Mother and a Father if it wasn't for you being all jealous.

Chris: Okay, that's Phyllis talking. Those are her words.

Daniel: No, no, they're my words.

Chris: Daniel--

Daniel: No. Do you have any idea what you stole from me? No big deal, right? It was just my childhood. Maybe growing up like a normal kid, having a mother and a father that loved me.

Chris: Listen, obsession is not love. There is a world of difference.

Daniel: Oh, so now you're gonna tell me that my mother didn't love me!

Chris: Don't you dare put words in my mouth.

Daniel: Well, that's what you're saying, isn't it? Being over there, all self-righteous-- the big lawyer who knows all and sees all!

Chris: Stop. You're oversimplifying everything.

Daniel: Yeah? And you've been on a power trip my whole life.

Chris: I never set out to hurt Phyllis. That was not my goal. But she was totally and completely an untrustworthy person back then. She was different. She was out of control, dangerous, unscrupulous. Not someone that you would trust with a little boy's future. So, yes, when Danny came to me and asked about custody--

Daniel: Yeah, you were happy as hell, weren't you? Way to stick it to her.

Chris: I am trying to explain to you, it wasn't about that.

Daniel: For my mother, it was about whatever she had to do to hang onto our family, to hang onto me. And she fought with everything that she had to do that.

Chris: Oh, I see. So that excuses breaking the law and deceiving people and destroying their lives?

Daniel: You destroyed my life! Do you even get that? You took me away from my mother. You broke up my family. You did all these things!

Chris: You don't understand.

Daniel: No. Did my mother love me? Did she? Just answer me, Christine. Yes or no?


Mac: Wait a minute. You're telling me Daniel is 16? No way.

J.T.: You better believe it, Mac. The guy's still in high school. So I was right? You had no idea a about this. I knew the kid was a phony.

Mac: And you're a loser for thinking that I would actually fall for that.


Mac: What's your problem anyway?

J.T.: My problem?

Mac: Yeah. You know, you've really sunk to a new low. Are you trying to ruin my relationship because of how miserable you are about Colleen?

J.T.: Mac, your relationship with a guy who's barely old enough to drive? Come on.

Mac: Where did you get this so-called information anyway?

J.T.: Ask Lily or Sierra. Romalotti's their age. He's supposed to be a junior at his big, fancy boarding school. But obviously, talking to you, he's trying to pass himself off as what, like, a junior in college or something? It's really pathetic.

Mac: You're serious, aren't you?

J.T.: Yeah, I'm serious. I just wish that I had found out sooner. I would have saved you from hanging out with that jerk.

Mac: Daniel is not a jerk.

J.T.: Yeah, he is a jerk, Mac. What else would you call it? He's a jerk. Why are you lookin' at me like that? Mac, look, he's not worth gettin' upset over. He used you. He lied to you. It was a big ego boost for him. You know, the beautiful college girl gets all sucked in. But you know what? You're better off dumping him now--

Mac: Just shut up! Okay? I don't want to hear it.

J.T.: I was about to say you're better off dumping him now before you get hurt. But obviously, it's too late for that.

J.T.: Got in pretty deep, huh? I'm sorry.

Mac: All right. Well, you told me. We're done. I don't want to talk about this anymore.

Mac: I gotta go.

J.T.: Don't go to the coffeehouse. Mac. Mac. Just give it a rest, all right? Don't go barreling over there and lay into the guy. Just forget that he exists. Just leave everything alone. It'll be fine. Mac, Mac, donít. Mac. I'm serious. You're making mistake. Don't go... (Door closes)


Nick: Sharon?

Sharon: Well, that was fast. I thought you'd be at the rec center all morning.

Nick: I came back because I need to talk to you.

Sharon: What about?

Nick: I saw Cameron last night. He said something that really bothered me.

Sharon: Well, what?

Nick: When you two met in Denver, you confided in him. You talked for hours in the hotel bar before anything happened upstairs in the room.

Sharon: No, that's not true.

Nick: Sharon, he knew about Diego. He knew about Matt Clark.

Sharon: That's impossible.

Nick: He pretty much knew your whole history.

Sharon: What history?

Nick: About how you got pregnant at 16 with Frank Barritt's baby. He claims you told him all of it.


Daniel: Man, am I glad you're here.

Mac: Me too. You look a little wrecked.

Daniel: After what my parents laid on me last night, I'm surprised that my brain is even functioning.


Mac: Wow. You found all that out last night?

Daniel: Yeah, well, I'm kind of the one to blame, don't you think? I mean, I'm the one who insisted on knowing what the big secret was.

Mac: Yeah, but still... you okay?

Daniel: Yeah, you know, it's just, I'm dealing with everything that my mother told me and then everything that my dad told me, and this morning all of a sudden I had Chris in my face.

Mac: Probably the last person you wanted to deal with.

Daniel: I let her have it, and I'm sure she'll give my dad an earful.

Mac: I'm so sorry, Daniel.

Daniel: For what? You're not to blame for my messed-up childhood.

Mac: No, I know. What I meant was, um, I'm sorry that this all got dumped on you out of the blue.

Daniel: Yeah, well, you know Phyllis-- she's not exactly the queen of sensitivity.

Mac: Wait, wait. Phyllis?

Daniel: Yeah. My mom. That Phyllis-- the one you work for.

Mac: You're not serious. Phyllis is your mom? Oh, boy.

Daniel: Explains a lot, huh?

Mac: (Chuckles) definitely.

Mac: I could tell you stories--lots of stories. A loose cannon--that's how people usually describe her.

Daniel: Unpredictable?

Mac: That's a polite way of putting it, yeah.

Daniel: Well, still, she wasn't getting off on tearing my world apart.

Mac: Well, she didn't exactly make herself look good either.

Daniel: None of them looked good. I mean, with all the strange things that were going on, who could really blame them for trying to hide the truth? I probably would've done the same thing.

Daniel: I'm really glad you're here, Mac. I really needed a sane person to talk to.

Mac: I don't know how sane I am, especially after my night. But I do care, Daniel. I'm glad you know that.

Daniel: I'm so sorry. I'm sitting here talking about all this garbage, and you sounded so upset on the phone.

Mac: It's not garbage. It's your life.

Daniel: No, still, you know, I came here, and I wanted to know what happened last night with you and your grandma. I mean, you decided to go, I take it?

Mac: Yeah, I was there.

Daniel: Well, so what happened? I mean, were you part of the intervention? Did it work? I mean, is she not gonna drink anymore? Or do I already know the answer?


Sharon: I swear, Nick, I did not tell Cameron any of that-- not about Frank, none of it. There's no way.

Nick: You sure?

Sharon: Of course I'm sure.

Nick: Baby, I'm not accusing you of anything, all right?

Sharon: Oh, really? You could've fooled me.

Nick: I'm just trying to get some answers here.

Sharon: Well, the answer is obvious. It's Grace. That's the only explanation there is.

Nick: I've considered that, but--

Sharon: But nothing. Grace is sleeping with Cameron. The two of them are conspiring to try to destroy me, and now that witch is revealing every stupid mistake I ever made.

Nick: I'm not trying to upset you with this, okay? It's just everything he told me was so detailed.

Sharon: What are you saying? Are you telling me that you actually believe him?

Nick: I'm not saying that. I'm just trying to figure out how he knows everything he told me.

Sharon: Well, I'll tell you one thing I know for sure. I certainly did not have some long, drawn-out conversation with the man that night. Nick, you have to believe me.

Nick: You said you were pretty drunk that night.

Sharon: Yeah, but I mean, I wasn't that out of it. Had I been that wasted, I wouldn't have even recognized his face when he showed up in town.

Nick: Okay. All right. So you didn't tell him that stuff.

Sharon: I didn't, Nick. I swear it. I didnít. And now he somehow knows all these personal things about me. How, Nick? How could he have found out all these intimate details about my life?


Daniel: What about all those good-byes everyone said?

Mac: It was like it was her funeral, except my grandma was there. I was hoping so hard that someone would get through to her.

Daniel: Only it never happened.

Mac: The liquor won. You know, she was standing there listening to people telling her that this was the last time that they were gonna see her, and it's like she just-- she just put up this big fortress so that she could protect her drinking. And no amount of yelling or screaming or intelligent reasoning was gonna tear it down.

Daniel: That's really sad, Mac.

Mac: When I, um, found my grandma a couple years ago... it was the absolute best thing that ever happened to me. And I finally had a home. I had a real home, and I felt safe and loved. I really wish that you could've met her back then. She was really amazing. She was just full of life. She was the answer to every single prayer I had. But, um, the woman I said good-bye to last night-- she's never gonna be that way again.

Mac: She's too busy committing suicide.

Daniel: Hey. You wanna cry, you wanna scream, its okay. Go ahead.

Mac: See, I can't, because I'm scared that I won't stop.

Daniel: Okay, listen, I never knew my grandparents, but I know what it's like. I know what it's like to lose someone that you care so much for. I mean, all you can do-- all you can do is just lean on someone. Let them be there for you, be there for them, and from the sound of it, I mean, from what you're telling me, all those people that were there last night-- yeah, they need you, too.

Mac: Thanks.

Daniel: For what?

Mac: I don't know. Listening.

Daniel: You don't have to thank me.

Mac: I never would have thought...

Daniel: What, that I could make you cry? Stick around. I've got some talents that you've never dreamed of.

Mac: Um, I-I really gotta get to the rec center. So maybe I'll see you there later?

Daniel: Yeah, I'll talk to you.

Mac: Okay.


Nick: I can't figure out how this guy knows all that stuff about you.

Sharon: Please, Nick, tell me that you trust me. I desperately need to hear that from you. Although after all the incredibly stupid things that I've done, I couldn't blame you if you had lost faith in me completely.

Nick: Hey. Don't even talk like that.

Sharon: I just need to know that you're with me and that you're gonna stand by me and help me fight this, no matter what.

Nick: Hey. I'm on your side. You know that.

Sharon: You mean everything to me. You're my lifeline, my rock.

Nick: Hey, I'm not going anywhere.

Sharon: Thank you. Thank you. I desperately needed to hear that from you.

Nick: Where are the kids?

Sharon: They're up at the pool.

Nick: We are gonna get through this together. I'm not gonna let this sick bastard ruin our lives. (Knock on door)

Nick: I'll be right back.

Hank: Sorry for the interruption, Mr. Newman. Uh, is your wife home?

Hank: Oh, Mrs. Newman, glad you're at home. Mr. Newman, mind if I come in? I, uh, have a few questions I need to ask.


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