Wednesday Y&R Transcript 7/7/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/7/04 -- Canada, Thursday 7/8/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nick: It's awfully early for you to be out, Detective.

Hank: We're here to protect and serve, Mr. Newman. Nobody guaranteed us any sleep.

Sharon: You said you're here to ask us some questions?

Hank: Yes. Uh, more specifically, you, ma'am.

Sharon: Questions about what?

Hank: About a man named Frank Barritt.

Nick: Frank Barritt. Wow. That's a name out of the past.

Hank: Your wife's past, I understand.

Sharon: Yes, I used to date Frank a long time ago.

Hank: Right, in, uh, in high school.

Nick: What's this about?

Hank: We're also aware that Mr. Barritt is your daughter's biological father.

Sharon: My God! How could you know that?

Hank: Well, how we found out isn't important, Mrs. Newman. Now please, uh, is it true?

Sharon: Yes, but Cassie doesn't know. There's just never been the right time to tell her, and--

Hank: You can relax, Mrs. Newman. This has nothing to do with your daughter.

Nick: All right, then, what's this about? Why are you asking us about Frank Barritt?

Hank: Well, I'm afraid I have some bad news. Mr. Barritt is dead.


Lauren: Hey, look who's here! How ya doin'?

Kevin: I'm doin' very well, thanks.

Lauren: Well, I'm happy to hear that.

Kevin: Yeah. Yeah. Things are actually--finally-- going well in my life. It's about time.

Lauren: Yeah. See that you keep it that way.

Kevin: What does that mean?

Lauren: It means you got really lucky, not going back to jail for assaulting that orderly. So could you just do me a favor? Just make sure you don't do anything to alert the police anymore, okay?

Kevin: No worries there. The jail thing is behind me, so I've got that to be happy about, and a lot of other stuff.

Lauren: Yeah? Like what?

Kevin: Yeah, well, you know how my mom and I are staying at Mikey's place?

Lauren: I heard. How's that going?

Kevin: It's--it's great. It's going... so great. The whole family's under one roof, you know-- the way it always should've been.

Lauren: Are you sure?

Kevin: Yeah, are you kidding? If you saw the way things were before, you wouldn't ask. But things are, uh, things are really good now.

Lauren: And Michael feels the same way?

Kevin: Yeah. Why wouldn't he?

Lauren: He's lived alone for a very long time.

Kevin: Ah, I'm one step ahead of you. That's actually why I'm here today.

Lauren: It is?

Kevin: Mm-hmm. My résumé.

Lauren: Résumé?

Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, I'm lookin' for a job. You hiring?


Michael: Just so's ya know, I don't do dog bites, neighbor disputes or parking tickets.

Neil: What about sociopathic brothers?

Michael: Not a specialty, really.

Neil: Don't you think it should be?

Michael: Listen, Neil, if you're here to give me your same old, tired song and dance about Kevin, um, I know it by heart. I can hum it in my sleep. Let's see-- "he hurt my baby. I want him dead."

Neil: Dead? I want justice. You have to admit that justice is all I'm looking for.

Michael: I'll admit that my brother is troubled. But so was your daughter when she hung out with him, knowing full well he was 10 years older.

Neil: Don't make excuses for him.

Michael: Don't come in here slamming my family. I've had it! How many people are you gonna torture because your daughter made a mistake? How many times does Kevin have to be beaten within an inch his life to satisfy you?

Neil: Kevin is the adult. He bears the responsibility.

Michael: And what about you and your wife? Get off my back.

Neil: Hey, look, you have to do something about that brother of yours.

Michael: And you're gonna tell me what?

Neil: That's right because if you don't, then someone else will. You understand me?


Dru: (Coughs)

Phyllis: Oh! What are you doing, hiding? You scared me half to death.

Dru: I don't have time to bother with you, Phyllis. I hope this arrangement's okay with you.

Phyllis: Not as good as having this office to myself.

Dru: I'm proud of you. I really am. You did a pretty good job of getting that rocket ship over onto your desk.

Phyllis: That's because I'm pretty good at my job.

Dru: We'll see about that. Now, Phyllis, would you be able to skedaddle? I have a very important meeting today.

Phyllis: With who? Your hairdresser? Oh, I'm sorry. That's a sore spot. Oh, I mean a bald spot. I'm sor--oh!

Dru: Okay, Phyllis, just shut up and depart.

Phyllis: Okay.

Dru: Okay what? Just like that?

Phyllis: I have to go to the gym.

Dru: Good for you.

Phyllis: I have to work off some excess energy.

Dru: Anger management. Why am I not surprised?

Phyllis: Dru, you really don't wanna go there with me, or I'm gonna have to start my workout with you.

Dru: I'd like to see you try.


Jack: Now where were we?

Jill: Hello, Jack. Who's your friend?

Jack: Hi, Jill. This is my new tennis partner Lorraine. Lorraine Montgomery, Jill Abbott.

Jill: Hello.

Lorraine: I think I've seen you at the Athletic Club on the tennis courts.

Jill: Oh, that's why you look familiar to me!

Lorraine: We should play doubles sometime.

Jill: You know, that would be fun, but I have been so busy lately. I've been absolutely swamped.

Jack: Everything all right?

Lorraine: Listen, Jack, why don't I just meet you at the club?

Jack: Uh, yeah, that would be just great, sugar. I'll see you there, okay?

Jill: Thanks.

Jill: Glad to see you're keeping busy.

Jack: Uh, yeah, I am. After tennis I got a high-stakes poker game set up. Care to join me?

Jill: I don't believe so, thank you. I'm really impressed. I would almost believe you're happy.

Jack: Now why wouldn't I be?

Jill: Because you're a mover and a shaker. You're not a playboy.

Jack: Who says I can't have a little fun?

Jill: Nobody. But tennis and poker? Come on, that's not you.

Jack: It is now. Smilin' Jack is back, and he's lovin' every minute of it.


Lily: No quadruple espresso? Careful now, I might bore you, and you'll start snoring.

Daniel: Don't worry.

Lily: What's goin' on?

Daniel: I'm just worried about Mackenzie, okay?

Lily: Oh. Girl trouble.

Daniel: No, it's-- she's got a lot to be upset about right now, and you really can't blame her. But she hasn't been acting like herself, you know?

Lily: Well, that's what happens when you get a crush on an older woman. It's hard to figure 'em out.

Daniel: It's not a crush, and I'm really tired of hearing people say that.

Lily: Okay. Chill.

J.T.: Lily, take off right now. I need to talk to this clown.

Lily: Well, excuse me.

J.T.: You're excused.

Daniel: Real nice, J.T.

J.T.: Yeah, punk? How would you know? You don't have a decent bone in your body.


Raul: Hey.

Mac: Hey.

Raul: Why aren't you at the rec center?

Mac: Just really didn't wanna deal with goin' there yet. Don't ask. (Sighs) what are you doing?

Raul: Brittany called. Asked me to make a bag for her.

Mac: She's--she's already getting out of the hospital?

Raul: Yep. I'm gonna go pick her up.

Mac: You are? Not-- (sighs)

Raul: Oh, Mac, you can say his name. I'm not gonna fall over and die.

Mac: You know, you're made of a lot stronger stuff than I would be.

Raul: No, I'm not strong. I'm a total idiot.

Mac: Why? Just because you still love her and you're being nice to her?

Raul: I'll always love Brittany. That's not gonna change. But here I am, jumpin' like an idiot every time she snaps, even though I know it's not gonna make a damn bit of difference. It's not gonna make her love me or wanna be with me. Nothin's ever gonna do that. (Sighs) it just isn't there for her anymore. No, no, I'll always just be the nice guy she cares about. And the guy she's hot for is some two-bit gangster because nice just doesn't cut it as entertainment. Nice isn't exciting enough, Mac. You know what? I don't care. I'm done fighting. I really am. If that's what she wants, she can have it. It's killin' me. Hey. Hey, what's the matter with you? Why are you crying?

Mac: Daniel's 16. Did you know that?


Nick: Babe, are you all right?

Sharon: Yeah, um, I'll be fine. It's just a shock. I mean, he--he was so young.

Nick: How'd this happen, detective?

Hank: When did you last see Mr. Barritt, Mrs. Newman?

Sharon: Uh... let me think. It was sometime last fall, I believe. We ran into each other.

Hank: Where was that, here in town?

Sharon: Yeah, it was at the-- that little boutique in the lobby of the Jabot building.

Hank: What was Mr. Barritt doing there?

Sharon: I don't know. It was just a chance meeting.

Hank: And you were there shopping, I assume?

Sharon: Yeah.

Hank: What did you and Mr. Barritt talk about?

Sharon: Um, nothing, really-- nothing of significance. Just small talk, you know. Two old friends catching up-- that kind of thing.

Hank: Were you alone at the time?

Sharon: No. I was with Cassie.

Hank: Did seeing this man after all these years bother you?

Sharon: Not at all. I mean, I was surprised, of course, but Frank was practically a stranger to me.

Nick: Why all the questions, detective?

Hank: Was your daughter aware that Mr. Barritt was her father?

Sharon: No. I already told you, Cassie had no idea.

Nick: We planned on telling her later, when she was older.

Sharon: Nicholas is the only father that Cassie's ever known.

Hank: So over the years, you and Frank Barritt hadn't been in touch with one another?

Sharon: Oh, lord, no! It was just a high school romance, detective. I mean, I-I had a child by the man, but we broke up, and we went on to live completely separate lives. End of story.

Nick: You still haven't answered my question.

Hank: What question was that, Mr. Newman?

Nick: What happened? How did frank die?

Hank: Oh, I didn't mention that? He was murdered.


Jill: I'm sorry about what happened at Jabot. The board never should've accepted Victor's offer.

Jack: They made a choice. They did what they thought was best for the company.

Jill: You're very nonchalant about it.

Jack: Well, it's a lot of weight off of my shoulders.

Jill: Are you telling me you're not mad at all?

Jack: I did what I could when I could. Now it's my turn to fade into the sunset and start enjoying the things in life I've been missing for years.

Jill: Well, you sound like you're doin' okay.

Jack: Oh, I'm doin' better than okay, and I can't complain about the company I'm keeping, either.

Jill: Oh, you mean Lorraine?

Jack: Uh, Lorraine-- among others. I can't tell you when I've been this happy and relaxed.

Jill: Then why do I feel like it's all a front? 'Cause if it were me, I'd be dyin' inside. And the truth is, I think you are.


Michael: Who are you threatening--me, Kevin, the whole dangerous world Lily lives in? Look, why don't you teach your daughter how to avoid problems? That's the biggest favor you could do her. And as far as piling punishment on top of everything else Kevin’s already been through, come on! I mean, I'm sure you've got better things to do.

Neil: I will file a civil lawsuit. I will drag that kid in front--

Michael: Which kid? Which kid, Kevin?! He doesn't give a damn! He'd just as soon kill himself! Lily, however, I'm sure, cares very much about testifying in court about her underage sex life! Besides the fact, Kevin doesn't have two nickels to rub together. You won't get much satisfaction that way. (Sighs) look, Neil, I understand your frustration, but sometimes you've just gotta bite the bullet.

Neil: Okay, I'm gonna bite the bullet. How about this--

Michael: I don't need to make deals with you.

Neil: Hear me out! I'll leave you both alone if Kevin gets therapy, some serious treatment.

Michael: I tell you what, why don't you leave us both alone anyway?

Neil: You do agree that he needs some counseling, don't you?

Michael: That's not your call, Neil.

Neil: Come on, Baldwin--

Michael: Look, I have a very busy day, Neil, please!

Neil: Kevin needs help. He needs to understand himself better, he needs to control his sexual urges.

Michael: Oh, give me a break! This isn't about Kevin being a better human being. This is about you feeling that you got back at him-- some way, any way! About you being able to interfere in his life whenever you want! Am I right?!


Lauren: You want what?

Kevin: A job. So am I hired?

Lauren: Well, uh, let's slow down first for a second.

Kevin: I can't, I can’t. I gotta keep moving, you know? I got this whole new life going. I wanna get my own place again, stay on Mikey’s good side.

Lauren: You know, I realize that, but, um...

Kevin: But what?

Lauren: I don't think I have an opening.

Kevin: Well, maybe you're not lookin' in the right spot.

Lauren: Well, I have a full staff right now.

Kevin: Well, what about in accounting?

Lauren: Accounting?

Kevin: Yeah. I'm a great bookkeeper, Lauren. Take a look at my résumé. I got tons of experience.

Lauren: Honey, I have this big firm that handles all the Fenmore stores and this boutique.

Kevin: All right, then hire me as a clerk.

Lauren: I just told you--

Kevin: D-don't you want me to work here?

Lauren: That's, uh, not really the point.

Kevin: Well, then what is?

Lauren: I don't think it would be very wise. Working here will bring you in contact with a lot of teenage girls.

Kevin: Oh. Okay. So y-you still-- you still don't trust me. To you I'm always gonna be some nut job that you gotta keep locked down in a dungeon.


Dru: Well, let's agree we don't like each other, Phyllis, but one thing's for sure--I am not messing up my manicure over you.

Phyllis: Oh, that's right, because you promised your husband--I mean Neil.

Dru: No, we promised him.

Phyllis: What's your point? I was leaving.

Dru: Yeah, but you're still here, which tells me that something's gotten under your thick skin--what? Huh?

Phyllis: If you must know... it’s my son.

Dru: Your son? I'm afraid to ask. What's going on?

Phyllis: Well, you know, we're going down that road--

Dru: What road? The kid barely even knows you.

Phyllis: I know! He barely knows me! That's unbelievable! He's my son, he barely knows me.

Dru: So good things are happening--go ahead.

Phyllis: Yeah, good things are happening, but there are some people-- they shall remain nameless-- one in particular, but I'm not gonna tell you who it is, okay? But she--she-- she would like to see things stay the way that they were when my son was ripped out of my arms.

Dru: Okay, would you stop yammering and do what you have to do? The kid's your son.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know. We're taking certain steps--

Dru: But you're paranoid that progress will be derailed, is that it?

Phyllis: Yeah, it could be, Drucilla.

Dru: Okay, well, there's no traffic on the extra-mile highway. Your kid's 16, right?

Phyllis: Yeah, he's 16.

Dru: So then he's old enough to form his own opinion of you.

Phyllis: Yeah, you're right, and that's what I tell him, but I don't know if these certain people are going to be poisoning his mind against me.

Dru: One thing's for sure. I may not like you, but at the end of the day, he has a mother who cares about him, and do you have any idea how many kids don't have that?


Daniel: You know what? I don't have to take your crap, Hellstrom.

J.T.: How'd your big date with Mac go?

Daniel: What date?

J.T.: Oh, I know you guys got together this morning.

Daniel: And like that's any of your business.

J.T.: Was it romantic?

Daniel: You know what? I wouldn't expect a troglodyte like you to understand what Mac and I have together.

J.T.: Well, let me tell you what I understand, you're 16. And now, thanks to me, Mac understands it, too.


Mac: 16, Raul.

Raul: Yeah, I know. J.T. Told me.

Mac: Yeah, me, too... this morning. I know he had to, but still...

Raul: A part of you wishes he would've kept his big mouth shut?

Mac: Well, I would've found out sooner or later that Daniel’s letting me believe that he's something he's not.

Raul: Listen, this kid is probably really into you. He just figured that you wouldn't give him a chance if you found out he was in high school, Mac.

Mac: That's a lot more charitable than J.T.'s theory.

Raul: What, that this guy is a sleazy, lying jerk just trying to figure out what he can get?

Mac: (Laughs) he's not, you know. He's actually a really sweet guy. He's actually the first guy that--well, since Billy-- that I've... but that's not gonna happen. It would never work. Well, it kinda does work, but... just don't even listen to me, Raul. I don't know what I'm saying. I'm still a total wreck from last night-- that whole intervention. Talk about a total disaster.

Raul: Really?

Mac: Yeah.

Raul: I'm sorry, Mac.

Mac: My grandma-- she just let everyone walk out on her so that she could keep on drinking.

Mac: She picked the booze over me. How could she do that? So now I can't have Daniel, and I'll never see my grandma again. (Sobbing)


Sharon: Oh, my God. Who would want to kill Frank?

Hank: That’s what we're trying to find out.

Sharon: Are there any suspects?

Nick: And why are you involved? Didn't Barritt live up in Madison?

Sharon: Yeah, wouldn't a crime there be out of your jurisdiction?

Hank: His body turned up here in Genoa City.

Nick: So you're saying he was killed in town?

Hank: I'm afraid I can't get into details, Mr. Newman. This is still an ongoing investigation.

Sharon: Well, where-- where did you find him?

Hank: Lake Delaney. Apparently, his body washed out of the city sewer system during one of our last rains.

Nick: Well, I'm afraid we can't help you.

Sharon: Yeah, like I said, uh, Frank and I haven't had any contact in years except for that one time.

Hank: Well, if you think of anything...

Nick: We'll be sure to call.

Sharon: Right now I'm just worried about Cassie.

Nick: Yeah, I'm assuming this is gonna be all over the newspapers?

Hank: There's not much I can do about that, Mr. Newman. I'm sorry.

Nick: You'll let us know if there are any further developments?

Hank: Of course. Thank you both for your time. Oh, and, uh, I may be back if I have more questions. Thanks again.


Jack: Enough about me. Let's talk about you. You look like you've had a bit of a rough night.

Jill: It was a horrible night.

Jack: Intervention didn't go so well?

Jill: Complete disaster wouldn't even begin to cover it. Somehow Katherine found out about the intervention, and she planned accordingly.

Jack: "Planned accordingly," how?

Jill: She had the whole thing catered, Jack. She turned it into a party. And then she proceeded to lash out at everybody there.

Jack: So I guess I don't have to ask who won that one.

Jill: You know, deep, deep down, I thought this was gonna work. But I had to turn my back on my own mother.

Jack: Hey, I'm sorry. I know how that must hurt.

Jill: Yeah.

Jack: Look, for what it's worth, you got a shoulder to cry on if you need it.

Jill: Thank you. But what I need to do is go back over there and get my stuff out of that house. I am not looking forward to another drunken encounter with Katherine.

Jack: Jill, you have to be strong.

Jill: I know, but it is so hard. Well... I guess I better get this done, huh?

Jack: Good luck. Hey. Call me.


Neil: Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater, Michael. Kevin getting treatment, it's a good idea. Dru and I can finally sleep better at night, Lily can feel like there are some consequences for bad behavior in this world-- something remotely like justice-- when an adult man takes advantage of an underage girl, and Kevin gets some therapy. Maybe he does become a better person. Maybe the streets are a little bit safer because he's not on 'em chasing after young girls. And guess what, if something does go wrong, at least you can say you tried. So it seems to me like it's a win-win situation. How about you?

Michael: You are the interim C.E.O. of Newman Enterprises now.

Neil: Yeah. So what if I am?

Michael: It's made you even bossier than you already were.

Neil: Hmm. As C.E.O., I do what I feel is right. I'm right on the money about this one. Look, there are groups who specialize in the prevention of the cycle of sexual violence. Don't turn a blind eye. Your brother violated my daughter. The piper is gonna get paid on this one, son, so it's up to you. You can make it easy or tough, Michael. You do the right thing... or somebody else will.

Michael: Well, there you go making threats again.


Lauren: Kevin, you just can't expect me to ignore what's happened in the past.

Kevin: Hey, I wouldn't come here looking for a job if I thought there was any chance of going back to what I was.

Lauren: I wish I could be sure. I mean, I wish you could be sure.

Kevin: You know, not a day goes by that I don't regret the way I was with Lily and Colleen. But I'm over that now. That's why you gotta let me work here with you, so that people can see that you've cured me. That I'm not into younger women anymore.

Lauren: What do you mean, "cured you"? What's up with that?

Kevin: You know, by being so smart and-- and beautiful and the perfect role model. Don't you get it? The more time I spend with you, the better I'll get, until the past completely disappears.

Lauren: And you really think that this is possible? You think it works this way?

Kevin: Why wouldn't it? I mean, everything you do is magic.

Lauren: You are asking a lot, Kevin. Trust is something that you earn.

Kevin: But you believe I can do that, right?

Lauren: I think you're a guy who's had a lot of problems in the past. And it takes time to make that right.

Kevin: But you have faith in me, don't you? And you believe I can do it, right?

Lauren: Maybe. Maybe I do.


Kay: Jill.

Kay: What are you doing here?

Jill: I was just leaving.

Kay: Oh, you came to pick up your things, I see.

Jill: Yes. And now I'm gonna walk out the door, so don't get your hopes up.

Kay: No, I wouldn't do that because I'm leaving, too.

Jill: Oh, let me guess. You've run out of booze.

Kay: Run out of time's more like it.

Jill: What does that mean?

Kay: I'm going to rehab, Jill. I'm going to get rid of this demon on the inside of me if it's the last thing I do.


Phyllis: Well, what-- what are you talking about? I mean, your little girl has all the love she needs. I mean, having as you as a Mom, it's probably a little amped, but, you know, that's okay.

Dru: I'm not talking about my daughter. I'm talking about, like, orphans of the living, kids without mothers and fathers.

Phyllis: Really? Why?

Dru: Don't you read the papers, Phyllis? My God, there are thousands of kids just out there hanging.

Phyllis: We can't do anything about them. We have a hard enough time raising our own kids.

Dru: You know, you would take that tack.

Phyllis: You know, I don't know where this conversation start-- but you're kind of freaking me out right now.

Dru: Am I? Am I? Sorry, I'm just reflecting. I'm reflecting on the misery, the pain, the poverty, everything that's going--

Phyllis: Okay. All right. Go ahead and do that, but I was leaving. And, um, you know, because you're starting to bum me out.

Dru: Sorry. Good luck.

Phyllis: Yeah, you, too.


J.T.: You're awful quiet all of a sudden. What happened to that big mouth we all know and love?

Daniel: Hey, I'm just thinking about what a liar you are.

J.T.: Oh, I'm the liar. That's funny.

Daniel: You know, Mac never said a word to me about my age, so how could she know?

J.T.: Oh, trust me, she knows.

Daniel: Yeah? I just think you're messing with my head.

J.T.: Am I? So tell me something, Romalotti, were things as sweet and tender as ever? Did she kiss you good-bye? Or was Mac acting a little different now that she knows you're nothing but a poser?

Daniel: You know something, you are a real piece of work. Why the hell would you tell her something like that?

J.T.: Why the hell would I tell a girl I've known for years, a girl that I live with, that she's been taken for a ride by some teenage punk?

Daniel: Oh, you're just so noble, aren't you? It's all about Mac now.

J.T.: Hey, listen to me, bastard, that lady's been through a hell of a lot, stuff you don't know anything about. Now the last thing she needs to do is get hung up on some 16-year-old kid. You're jailbait, man.

Daniel: You know, does the word "provincial" mean anything to you?

J.T.: Yeah, yeah, actually, it does. It means that you think that you're better than the rest of us. But I got news for you--

Daniel: No, it means so what if Mac’s a little older than me, we're good together. And now you've gone and ruined that, and for what? To get revenge for what happened with Colleen, because I told her what a real jackass you are?

J.T.: Payback's a bitch, isn't it, junior?

Daniel: Yeah, it is. Only your plan didn't work. Too bad. So sad.

J.T.: Yeah, that's what you think, man.

Daniel: No, that's what I know. And so do you, 'cause if Mac had a problem with what you told her, she would have come to me and said something the first minute she saw me, but she didn’t. Ah, so obviously, she doesn't care.

J.T.: Oh, she cares. Believe it. She cares. In fact, she was about as, uh, ticked off and disillusioned as I've ever seen her. She probably didn't want to break a child's heart, I guess.

Daniel: This isn't over, J.T.

J.T.: What, are threatening me, big man? Oh, don't threaten me. Why don't you run along to recess and play on the jungle gym, buddy?

Daniel: (Scoffs)


Jill: I don't want to sound skeptical here, but I have heard all of this before.

Kay: This time, Jill, I--

Jill: No, no, no, no. Don't make promises to me that you can't keep, Katherine.

Kay: I don't expect your praise or your sympathy or--or even your support after everything that I have done to you. But all I'm saying is I am going to try my damnedest to make this thing work.

Jill: And you do realize that there's a difference between getting sober and staying sober?

Kay: I am aware of that, yes, yes, yes. I-I also know I may relapse. But right now, I'm sober.

Jill: You are, aren't you?

Jill: All right, what changed your mind? 'Cause you were dead set against this at your intervention.

Kay: I had a dream... a dream-- a very, very vivid dream. And it made me realize how much-- how much I could lose.

Jill: A dream. Ah, Katherine.

Kay: Jill, listen to me. After everyone left... I had a visit. It was a vision.

Jill: Yeah, that'll happen when you're drunk.

Kay: No, it was so much more than that. Now you listen to me. Rex was here and your son Phillip. We had the loveliest conversation.

Jill: Now I know it was the vodka.

Kay: Look, I didn't want to believe it, either. But they were here. They were here. Right here in this... they were right here in this very room, Jill, honest to God.

Jill: You saw my son? You saw Phillip? You talked to Phillip?

Kay: Yes, I did, Jill. Yes, I did. And he knows that we're mother and daughter, and he also told me that you wanted to spend more time with me.

Jill: No, no, no. Don't do this to me! I will not let myself get drawn in. No. We all-- all of use made a pact-- and you threw us outta here. Do you remember?

Kay: How could I forget? What I'm saying is that intervention worked. And for some strange-- in some strange way, it made me see things more clearly. I mean, it opened the door for Phillip and Rex, for me to let those visitors from beyond into my heart... and into my soul. I don't claim to understand it, Jill. I really don’t. All I do know is that, honest to God, I'm... I am so ready.

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

Kay: I've never been more serious about anything in my life.

Jill: Oh, Moth--no.

Jill: I'm not gonna watch you fail again.

Kay: I understand that I'm on my own. I understand that. I really do. There's no reason on earth why you would want to believe me. But would you-- would you at least do me a favor, Jill?

Jill: What?

Kay: Would you-- would you please stay here at the house while--while I'm gone? It--it would make me feel better.

Jill: Yeah, I can do that.

Kay: And if you would, would you sit in on the Chancellor Industries board meeting for me, since I--I won't be here.

Jill: I could do that, too.

Kay: Thank you, my daughter.

Jill: Good luck, Katherine. Godspeed.

Kay: I'm not doing this for you, you know, or anybody else.

Kay: I'm doing it for me-- Katherine Chancellor.

Jill: Godspeed... Mother.


Nick: So that was Cameron’s plan. He killed someone connected to you.

Sharon: God. Poor Frank. As badly as he treated me back then, he didn't deserve anything this horrible.

Nick: You know what this means, don't you, given your background with Barritt?

Sharon: It automatically makes me a suspect.

Nick: Cameron deliberately chose Frank. It was someone you knew, but he didn’t. That's why he's so confident the police aren't gonna believe he was involved.

Sharon: You still think that Cameron planted something on Frank's body, too?

Nick: Probably, considering how badly he wants to bring you down.

Sharon: But what? And how did he even know about Frank?

Nick: The same way he knows all that other stuff about you.

Sharon: Meaning that you have no idea.

Nick: No. But I'm sure Cameron has covered all his bases.

Sharon: Oh, my God, Nicholas.

Nick: Look, I know this looks bad--

Sharon: It looks terrible!

Nick: Well, at least we know why Weber was out here asking all those questions.

Sharon: Yes, he was trying to determine if I had a motive in killing Frank.

Nick: Yeah, but he can't admit that because he doesn't have any proof.

Sharon: Not yet. Nick, I'm scared. I mean, what if they convict me of murder? What if they send me to prison for the rest of my life?

Nick: Babe, babe, that is not gonna happen. The truth will come out.

Sharon: Well, you don't know that.

Nick: Look, I've said this before, and I'm gonna say it to you again, no matter what happens, I'm gonna stick by you in this. I'm not gonna let Kirsten win. Not if I have anything to say about it. But you can't panic.

Sharon: Okay. What about Cassie?

Nick: We gotta tell her something, before she reads about this in the papers or hears about it from her friends.

Sharon: Yeah. And sooner rather than later. She had a lot of questions when she met Frank. I'm sure she's gonna be upset when she realizes he's been murdered.

Nick: Are you considering telling her the whole story?

Sharon: You mean that he's her biological father?

Nick: If this gets out in the press, we may not have a choice.

Sharon: Okay. But just let me think about this, okay? This is such a shock. I can hardly wrap my mind around it.

Nick: All right. I'm gonna go see Kirsten, see if I can cut through that smug exterior of his and get something out of him.

Sharon: Nicholas, stay away from that man. He's dangerous.

Nick: Babe, we are running out of time. I have to do something. I love you.

Sharon: I love you, too, Nick. Please be careful. He is a terrible, terrible man. If anything ever happened to you...

Nick: Nothing is gonna happen to me. I promise you that.


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

Danny: When Daniel realizes who you really are, he is gonna turn his back on you so fast.

Nikki: It's time for you to go.

Bobby: I got a proposition for you

Nick: You came up with this game. And you think you're gonna win. But you're not. You will lose.

Cameron: I never lose.

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