Friday Y&R Transcript 7/9/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 7/9/04--Canada; Monday 7/12/04--U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

(Playing classical music) (Stops playing)

Cassie: It's cool, isn't it?

Nikki: Yeah. Did you ever find out who it belonged to? (Resumes playing classical)

Nick: Mom.

Nikki: (Stops playing) oh, honey, I-- I didn't hear you come in.

Nick: It's been awhile since I've heard you play.

Nikki: Well, I don't often have time to indulge myself these days.

Sharon: Whatever you were playing, Nikki, it was beautiful.

Nikki: Thanks. Um, Nicholas.

Nick: Yeah.

Nikki: This building that your father's turning into a rec center, where is it located?

Nick: 55 Market Street.

Nikki: Hmm. You don't happen to know the history of the building, do you?

Nick: Uh, no, I donít. But Dad might.

Nikki: That's true, he might. I'll ask him.

Nick: Look, the reason we're here is we need to tell you something.

Sharon: Yeah. Brace yourself, Nikki. This is a shocker.

Nikki: My God, what is it?

Sharon: That body that you and I saw in the sewer that night, it was Frank Barritt, Cassie's biological father. 


Grace: I ordered us some room service.

Grace: Honey, you okay?

Cameron: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine.

Grace: No, you're not. Did something happen?

Cameron: I don't like Nick Newman.

Grace: I never thought you did.

Cameron: No. No, I mean, I really, really don't like Nick Newman. In fact, I hate him. You know what they say? They say--they say, "Donít get mad, get even." But this guy--he makes me mad and I don't like that, because it gets in the way of thinking clearly.

Grace: I take it Nick was here.

Cameron: Oh, yeah, yeah, he dropped by. Smug little bastard. He has never worked a day in his life. And no, no, it's not work unless you don't know whether you're gonna sink or swim.

Grace: Cameron, honey, lighten up. So Nicholas was born rich and you werenít. That's life. Look what you've accomplished. Besides, Nicholas has a crazy wife who sees dead bodies, and you have me-- sane, healthy and all yours.

Cameron: Are you really?

Grace: What?

Cameron: Are you really all mine?

Grace: Didn't I just say that?

Cameron: What would you say if I told you that the body the police found was Frank Barritt's? What would you say then, Grace? You still with me?


Brittany: What is that God-awful smell?

J.T.: Popcorn. You want some?

Brittany: Did you, like, char it beyond recognition?

J.T.: No. I managed to salvage some of it. But I'll take that as a "no, thank you." But you're missing out.

Brittany: No, thank you.

J.T.: I'm surprised you're up.

Brittany: I've been sleeping.

J.T.: Well, you should be, Brittany. You just got home from the hospital.

Brittany: Where's Raul?

J.T.: He's out. Hopefully hittin' on girls and forgettin' all about you.

Brittany: Well, especially now that I'm so gorgeous.

J.T.: I don't know. You look pretty good to me.

Brittany: Come on, J.T. I look like a mummy.

J.T.: Yeah, well, I-- I kinda got a thing for mummies.

Brittany: How Freudian.

J.T.: Glad to see you haven't lost your sense of humor.

Brittany: Well, when you look like this, you learn to have a good personality.

J.T.: (Snickers) so I guess you're a slow learner, then?

Brittany: (Chuckles) well, since it's so exciting out here--

J.T.: Wait, no, hold on a second. Before you go back to bed...

J.T.: This is for you.

Brittany: What's this?

J.T.: It's a get well present, Brittany.

Brittany: You bought me a present?

J.T.: Yeah.


Damon: Maybe it's time you started thinking about switching to decaf or something.

Phyllis: What's that supposed to mean?

Damon: It's a good thing you made it to the gym. Otherwise, you might have a whole bunch of pent-up anxiety and frustration in your life.

Phyllis: Do you know what I've just been through?

Damon: Well, I've been trying to get you to tell me, but you'd rather--

Phyllis: He stopped the treadmill, he grabbed my arm. I could've been injured.

Damon: Judging from your mood, I say it's Danny who's lucky he didn't get injured.

Phyllis: (Sighs) I'm serious here. Can't you see how serious I am, Damon?

Damon: Baby, I see how it's affecting you, the woman I care very deeply about.

Phyllis: Yes, it is.

Damon: Is that what what you're sayin'?

Phyllis: It is. Oh, not now.

Damon: Not now?

Phyllis: Not now.

Damon: Well, when?

Phyllis: (Laughs) listen, listen.

Damon: What?

Phyllis: Just focus for a second, okay? Seriously focus. Look at me. Today... my life may have just fallen apart.


Daniel: You waitin' for someone?

Kevin: No, no. Have a seat. What's up?

Daniel: You know how much I despise this pathetic excuse for a town? You know, people here are so uptight, especially the girls.

Kevin: Tell me about it.

Daniel: I thought I had the girl of my dreams.

Kevin: Same here.

Daniel: She was so different from any girl I'd ever met. She actually made me want to be a better person.

Kevin: Mm-hmm. Didn't work out?

Daniel: No. She told me that she can't see me anymore because she found out I'm younger than her, as if that matters.

Kevin: I don't get that, either. You know, if she's a little younger than you, then you're a pervert. If she's a little older, then you're just a kid to her.

Daniel: You know what? What's age anyways? It's just a stupid number, right? I mean, if the feelings are there, you should go for it.

Kevin: That's exactly what I always say. Good luck convincing the girls around here of that.

Daniel: Oh, no, no, no. It doesn't matter if what they're feeling is real. They're all too--too-- too hung up on what everybody else is thinking.

Kevin: You took the words right out of my mouth. This is--this is so weird. It's like we're livin' the same life.


Dru: What do you think you're doing?

Devon: I, uh...

Dru: I was gonna put the sandwich back, right?

Devon: I was gonna pay for that.

Dru: With what?

Devon: What?

Dru: You heard me. Where is the money that you were gonna use to pay for that there sandwich? Mm-hmm. That's what I thought. Have a seat.

Devon: Look, there's someplace I gotta go, okay?

Dru: Yeah, in the chair, in the chair. Go ahead.

Dru: Didn't you learn anything the other day? First, you lift a wallet, now you're tryin' to boost a sandwich. Next, it's gonna be a car.

Devon: Oh, go this is great. Another lecture.

Dru: You best be glad it's from and not from some cop, because if I had been a cop your butt would've been on its way to juvie lockup. Does that sound like a lot of fun?

Devon: No.

Dru: No. So then you better listen up, little man. This is no dress rehearsal. This is real life, and the way you're livin' it, you're headed for a world of trouble.


J.T.: So you gonna open it or what?

Brittany: I'm still getting over the shock. And it's so beautifully wrapped, too.

J.T.: Hey, it's the thought that counts, Brittany.

Brittany: Exactly. You didn't think to wrap it.

J.T.: Just open it, okay? Stick your hand in there. It won't bite. Come on.

Brittany: You brat!

J.T.: What are you talking about? It's perfect.

Brittany: Well, when you're right, you're right.

J.T.: So you like 'em?

Brittany: Oh, yeah, I have a whole drawerful of these already.

J.T.: Well, all right, just try these on.

Brittany: Ta-da.

J.T.: Okay, now the sash.

Brittany: J.T.

J.T.: Just-- I want the full effect, okay?

Brittany: If I had one wish that I knew would come true, I'd wish for world peace. No, forget that. I'd wish for my face back.

J.T.: Spoken like a true princess.

Brittany: Where'd you get this stuff, anyway?

J.T.: A little costume shop over by the highway.

Brittany: Marionetti's? Clear over there?

J.T.: Hey, I'll do anything for a good joke.

Brittany: Yeah, right. Face it, J.T. You went halfway across town to cheer me up.


Nikki: My God. Frank Barritt is dead?

Nick: Murdered.

Sharon: Detective Weber came by our house this morning to tell us.

Nikki: That's horrible. How can you be sure, though, that it's the same body?

Nick: It turned up in a sewer pipe out near Lake Delaney.

Sharon: The morning after Cameron found out where it was.

Nick: The coroner I.D.'D it as Frank.

Nikki: So that bastard was framing you for murder.

Sharon: Once the police identified the body, Weber came out to question us.

Nikki: Because of Frank's link to you and Cassie?

Nick: Looks that way.

Nikki: Well, are you saying that they're considering Sharon as a suspect?

Sharon: Not necessarily, though he did have a lot of questions for me.

Nick: He wanted to see if we could aid in the investigation.

Sharon: He wanted to know when was the last time I saw Frank.

Nikki: Well, did you tell him that you ran into him at the Jabot boutique awhile back?

Sharon: Yes, but what I didn't tell him is that Frank came to town hoping to see Cassie.

Nick: She thought that he might read something into that and use it against her.

Sharon: Obviously, he's trying to find out if I have a motive.

Nikki: Didn't Cassie meet the man when he came to town?

Sharon: Yes. Don't worry. We're going to tell Cassie about the murder.

Nick: Before she hears about it from someone else or reads it in the papers.

Nikki: God, I hate that man. He's gotta be stopped somehow.

Nick: I tried confronting him, but the guy just won't crack, and he sure seemed to know a hell of a lot about Sharonís past, including her relationship with Frank Barritt.

Sharon: Which makes me all the more convinced he's trying to implicate me in Frank's murder.

Nikki: Oh, God, when does this nightmare gonna be over?

Sharon: It may never be over, Nikki-- not for me, anyway.

Nick: Sharon, I refuse to believe that. Somehow, some way we have to find the proof that Cameron killed Frank Barritt.


Kevin: So what are you gonna do now?

Daniel: Same thing I've always done-- stick to using girls for a good time and leave it at that. Yeah, I really don't feel like being dumped again.

Kevin: Yeah. It sucks, doesn't it?

Daniel: Hey, you know, it just wouldn't be so bad if everybody else in my entire life hadn't betrayed me. I mean, even my dad. It just turns out that he's been lying to me my whole life, and my real father is some guy that I don't even know.

Kevin: What? Whoa. Wow. I wish I could say that about my dad.

Daniel: What do you mean?

Kevin: I used to call him "Terrible Tom." Yeah, if there's anyone to blame for all the problems in my life...

Daniel: So how do you deal with that?

Kevin: You donít. Just get as far away as you can when you turn 18.

Daniel: Yeah, well, I can't take two more years of this. No way.


Lily: Hey, Cassie. Have you seen Jamal, by any chance? Cassie?

Cassie: What?

Lily: Do you know where Jamal is?

Cassie: Oh, um, I think he's outside with the construction guys.

Lily: Oh. You okay?

Cassie: Sure.

Lily: Are you still thinking about that movie we found?

Cassie: How old do you think it is?

Lily: Um, I don't know. Why?

Cassie: You know, what if the little girl's still alive? Wouldn't it be cool if we tracked her down, give her back this earring? Maybe she has the other one.

Lily: Then they'd be like two lovers reunited.

Cassie: I'm serious. Maybe this is a family heirloom.

Lily: What would a family heirloom be doing locked up in an old file cabinet?

Cassie: You know, I don't know but that's precisely what I'm gonna find out.

Lily: Well, good luck.

Cassie: Well, you're still gonna help me, right?

Lily: Of course I am. We'll be like two detectives solving our own little mystery. Maybe Devon could help us, too.


Dru: Don't you ever think about your future?

Devon: No, you know, not really.

Dru: You should try. You're 16. Your social worker told me that in two years you're gonna be considered legal. No more foster homes. No more of those checks. No nothing. How you gonna pay your bills? What, you gonna take care of you? What, you gonna go from one system into the penal system, jail?

Devon: You know, I think I'll figure that out when I get there.

Dru: Really? Wow. What about education? What about a career?

Devon: What's the point of that? Where I come from, no one goes to college. Heck, half the people don't even finish high school, all right? And they get by.

Dru: Oh, you're a "get by" dude. Man, why didn't you tell me? Yeah, you got your whole world in front of you, and you're just gonna get by. You could do anything, but okay.

Devon: Oh, yeah, sure, I can do anything.

Dru: You could. I don't see what's stopping you.

Devon: Oh, please. Get real, lady. My life is what it is, all right? And there ain't no changing it.


Cassie: What's going on with you and Devon, anyway?

Lily: Um, nothing.

Cassie: He's cute.

Lily: He's okay.

Cassie: Lily...

Lily: What? Don't look at me like that. I don't want us to be a couple or anything. Just, he's had a really hard life, and I think that he could use a friend.


Dru: You have to be the change. You have so much potential.

Devon: And how would you know that?

Dru: Because I've been there, and I'm a great judge of character, and I see so much in you that you don't even see in yourself. Let me ask you something. If you could do or be anything in this whole wide world, what would it be?

Devon: I don't know.

Dru: What's your passion, dude?

Devon: I don't go for that kind of stuff, all right?

Dru: Passion--that's what makes your heart beat.

Devon: I'm not going for sitting around and dreaming, all right? I take things day by day.

Dru: Oh, me too when I was your age. Sure did, like a bump on a log, waiting for something to happen for me, and then I realized life was tough. Had to take the bull by the horns and make life happen.

Devon: Wow. Here we go again. Do you ever get tired of making this speech?

Dru: Never. I never get tired of talking about how I saved my own life.

Devon: Well, that's obvious. So what are you saying? What are you telling me? You were just like me until you woke up one morning and just decided to make something of yourself? Just like that, huh?

Dru: First of all, it wasn't just like that. There were bumps in the road because I had to do it my way, and my way landed me in jail.

Devon: You were in jail?

Dru: Shh! Just for a minute. There was an incredible person that came into my life. His name was Nathan Hastings-- took me under his wing, mentored me, taught me how to read and write, set me straight. I don't know where I'd be today if it weren't for him. I certainly wouldn't be sitting here with you.

Devon: Mm. So where's this Nathan now, huh? Out walking the streets, saving souls?

Dru: Dead.

Devon: Look, I'm sorry. I...

Dru: Never mind. Happens.

Devon: I know how hard it could be to lose someone that you care about like that.

Dru: I know. I know you know how that feels. Listen, I gotta go. Can I get you that sandwich?

Devon: You don't have to do that.

Dru: I don't have to do anything except stay black and die. Now do you want the sandwich?

Devon: Well, I don't have the money to pay you back.

Dru: I'm sure you'll think of ways to do that. Later.

Grace: Frank Barritt? Cassie's biological father?

Cameron: Yeah. Yeah, that's right.

Grace: I... I don't know what to say.

[Grace remembering.]

Sharon: Look, I realize that you desperately need to believe that this man you're in love with would not do anything so horrible, but, grace, I honestly believe this could be the worst mistake of your life.


Cameron: So did you know this man?

Grace: Barely.


[Grace remembering.]

Sharon: Cameron is just using you, and as soon as you have outlived your purpose, you will be a disposable commodity.

Grace: What are you implying, he'll do me in?

Sharon: He's a dangerous man, Grace. He's a psychopath, and even if he lets you live, you could be looking at spending your life behind bars.

Grace: Why? I didn't do anything.

Sharon: You are an accessory to murder unless you start cooperating.


Cameron: Grace, look at me. Does it worry you that Frank Barritt's dead?


Phyllis: What have I done? What have I done?

Damon: If I'm remembering correctly, when you first told me about this dinner with your son, there was a condition attached, wasn't there? You were gonna tell him the whole truth about his past, otherwise it wasn't gonna happen.

Phyllis: Right, right. I was. He even threatened to leave if I wasn't straight with him.

Damon: So why are you so upset now? You did only what you promised.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know that, and you know that, but I don't think the sanctimonious Christine knows that, nor does her boyfriend. That's what I'm freaked out about, Damon.

Damon: This confrontation with your ex--your son's Daddy?

Phyllis: No, no, no, the man who's been acting as my son's Daddy. You should have seen how curious he was. Do you know what he told me? He said he was hoping that the truth would never come out.

Damon: Truth does have a way of coming out, don't it? Sometimes when you least expect it.

Phyllis: Damon?

Damon: Oh, I'm-- I was--I was just saying I understand.

Phyllis: Yeah? Well, then help me-- help me understand why Chris and Danny would do something like this to me.

Damon: Something like what, baby?

Phyllis: Oh, listen, I'm certain that they've already told him all these horrible things about me, put their own spin on it. And do you know what Danny said to me while he was harassing me?

Damon: No. I have no idea.

Phyllis: He said he understands that Danielís upset with him now, but it's only a matter of time until he sees a light and he'll turn his back on me.

Damon: Phyllis, its words. It's just talk. Why are you letting this stress you so?

Phyllis: Because-- listen to me. If they badmouth me to Daniel, he'll want nothing to do with me, and I'm sure they already have. I just wonder-- I wonder what they've already told Daniel about me.


Kevin: All right, well, wait a minute. I don't understand. Why would they give custody to some guy who wasn't even related to you?

Daniel: Well, they thought I'd be safer away from my mother.

Kevin: Why?

Daniel: I don't know. She's crazy or something.

Kevin: So?

Daniel: So? She made it look like Danny was my dad, and he wasnít. She switched blood samples and changed computer records. I mean, you name it.

Kevin: That's actually kinda cool.

Daniel: Yeah, make that kinda twisted. Because of her, my entire life has been built on lies.

Kevin: So why did she do it?

Daniel: Well, according to her, so we could be a happy family.

Kevin: Yeah, well, that doesn't sound so twisted to me.

Daniel: No? Well, fabricating paternity tests was only part of it. I mean, I still don't know the half of what she did.

Kevin: You know, it doesn't mean her heart was in the wrong place. Seriously, you should realize how lucky you are.

Daniel: Lucky?

Kevin: Yeah. Are you kidding? Your mom did everything she could for you when you were a kid. I wish--I wish my mom stood up for me like that.


Cassie: You know, I think it's cool that you just wanna be friends with Devon.

Lily: Well, I really don't think that he has many people that he's close to.

Cassie: Doesn't he ever talk to his parents?

Lily: I don't think so.

Cassie: Well, do you know what happened to them?

Lily: No, I don't know. I mean, I've never asked. He doesn't really like talking about it.

Cassie: You know what? That makes me feel really lucky, well, that I have such a great family.

Lily: Yeah. Um, can I ask you something, Cassie?

Cassie: Sure. What?

Lily: Well, I know that Nick adopted you, but have you ever met your real dad?

Cassie: No.

Lily: Well, I mean, do you want to?

Cassie: Um, I don't know. Maybe one day. I don't really know that much about him.

Lily: You mean, your mom has never told you anything?

Cassie: Not really, except that he's someone she went out with in high school.

Lily: Oh. Well, you know, I was just curious.


Neil: Hey, baby.

Dru: Hey.

Neil: Hey, hey, hey, wait a minute. Wait a minute. Come on back here. No kiss? Come here, Mama.

Dru: Sorry. I have a lot on my mind.

Neil: Yeah? I'll bet you do. Something happen at work? I thought you were gonna go back after you grabbed a bite to eat.

Dru: Yeah, well, work's gonna have to wait until tomorrow.

Neil: Uh-oh. My Boo is stressed out. What's wrong?

Dru: Um, yeah, I am. Uh, Devon- caught him stealing a sandwich at the coffeehouse earlier today.


Devon: Hey.

Lily: Hey. Is that a sandwich from the coffeehouse?

Devon: Yeah, so?

Lily: Well, I thought you said you weren't hungry.

Devon: Oh, well, I wasn't, but your mom bought it for me, so I figured I might as well eat it.

Lily: My Mom?

Neil: Stealing a sandwich. I thought the kid would have learned his lesson after that wallet incident.

Dru: That's what I said. That's why I'm so frustrated, Neil, that he's just throwing his life away over this.

Neil: Dru, it's pretty apparent that this kid is becoming your pet project, you know? In my book, he's begging for trouble here. What can you do if he's not gonna take your advice?

Dru: Maybe he can't hear me, Neil. Maybe we--we need to get to the root of Devonís problem.


Daniel: Kinda cool that my mom did all that crazy stuff to hold on to me. Yeah, you know, I guess I never really thought of it like that.

Kevin: Well, makes a lot of sense to me.

Daniel: You don't think she went too far?

Kevin: I don't know. I guess you could look at it the other way. What about the woman that took you from her?

Daniel: Christine.

Kevin: Yeah. I mean, that wasn't exactly cool.

Daniel: No, it sure wasnít.

Kevin: And, you know, both she and your dad lying to you this whole time about what your mom may or may not have done...

Daniel: Yeah, you know what? It's not like they're really any better than Phyllis.

Kevin: And now you're never gonna know what it would have been like to live with her growing up. You may have been better off.

Daniel: I--I would slow down right there. I don't know about that. (Sighs) I'll tell you one thing, though. I sure am tired of being treated like a pawn.

Kevin: Gets old after awhile, doesn't it?

Daniel: For once, just once, I'd like to be in control of my own life, be my own man.

Kevin: Then you have to show them that you are. Do something that they would never expect.

Daniel: Yeah. Yeah. That's exactly what I'm gonna do. Thanks for the advice, Kevin.

Kevin: All right, no problem... buddy.


J.T.: All right, so sue me. I thought you could use a good laugh.

Brittany: Well, thank you. I'll treasure them always.

J.T.: Careful. That tiara's gonna send rays into your head or something.

Brittany: Good. Maybe it'll... never mind.

J.T.: What were you gonna say?

Brittany: Forget it. I don't wanna jinx anything.

J.T.: You're kinda worried, huh?

Brittany: I just wish I knew how things will turn out.

J.T.: You haven't seen...?

Brittany: No. I don't wanna mess up the bandages.

J.T.: You know what I think?

Brittany: What?

J.T.: I think that that cheek right there is gonna look exactly like this cheek.

Brittany: Let me see this getup. Oh, my God!

J.T.: (Chuckles)

Brittany: J.T., I am so gonna get you for this.

J.T.: Yeah, right. I can see it now-- all the washed-up rock star gag gifts.

Brittany: No, that would be mean. This is... well, I don't know what this is, but... it's not mean. Doing, Paul?


Lily: You saw my mom?

Devon: Oh, yeah. She came to the coffeehouse right after you left.

Lily: Well, that was nice of her to buy you something to eat.

Devon: Not really. First, she accused me of trying to steal it.

Lily: Which you weren't, right?

Devon: Why the heck would I wanna steal a lousy sandwich?

Cassie: I'm gonna go to the office now.

Lily: Okay.

Devon: You know, I really don't know how you can stand having a Mom like that. I mean, it must be a dang drag. I bet she never lets you do anything fun, huh?

Lily: Um, can you please not talk about my mom like that?

Devon: Look, I'm just glad I don't have to put up with her.

Lily: Now is that really how you feel?

Devon: Well, heck, yeah. I mean, it makes me see how good I have it. I could do whatever I want. Nobody tells me what to do. It's great.


Neil: Drucilla, what do you see as the root of Devonís problems?

Dru: Family. He's never had a permanent home his entire life that I know of.

Neil: So what about the foster homes he's been in?

Dru: Oh, Neil, in one, out another.

Neil: And whose fault is that?

Dru: Look, I admit Devonís probably a handful, but he requires a special kind of foster family to raise a Devon.

Neil: Uh-huh, especially when they probably have their own kids to raise.

Dru: I'm talking about something more than a roof over his head, okay?

Neil: You're talking about what, then? Like, what, the T.L.C. that you mentioned earlier?

Dru: No, people that just understand what the boy is going through.


Lily: They must have rules at the group home.

Devon: Yeah, but they never enforce 'em, though. I mean, I can get away with anything.

Lily: And you like that?

Devon: What's not to like?

Lily: Well, I would miss not having my parents around.

Devon: Yeah, well, I would rather be on my own.

Lily: It's just that my family is the most important thing in the world to me. I don't know what I would do without them.

Devon: You learn to take care of yourself.

Lily: Yeah, but things are so much easier when you have that support around you.

Devon: Whatever.

Lily: No, it's true. I mean, you wouldn't believe some of the mistakes I've made, but at least I knew that no matter what, my parents would always love me.

Devon: Well, so what? I mean, you're saying every time something bad happens you go running off to mommy and daddy?

Lily: No, that's not what I meant.

Devon: Why don't you grow up, Lily, all right? In the real world, you can't be relying on your parents to clean up your messes. All right, you can't rely on anyone but yourself.


Neil: So what are you saying?

Dru: I'm saying that I-I know what he is dealing with because I've lived that life before to a degree. I relate to him.

Neil: Yeah, I'm sure you can relate, and I also understand that you're feeling very empathetic--

Dru: No, it's more than that.

Neil: It's more than that? What do you mean?

Dru: Neil, I believe that I can mentor this child.

Neil: Drucilla Winters, if you're suggesting for one minute that we open our front door to this boy, to this stranger, I can tell you right now straight up the answer is no.


Damon: You are working yourself into a state... again. You know, you haven't got the first clue what Chris and Danny told Daniel.

Phyllis: Yes, I do. They're spiteful and they're hateful. It's true, and that's the real reason that they've kept me away from my son all these years.

Damon: So you don't suppose there's the smallest chance that boy will form his own opinions based on his own experience? You said your dinner went well, right? And don't you think that maybe-- I mean, just maybe your hopefully intelligent son will give you the benefit of the doubt?

Phyllis: I don't like those odds. I don't like those odds. I have to do something.

Damon: Such as...?

Phyllis: Oh, you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna take Danny to court. I'm taking Danny to court, and I'm gonna have him declared unfit for lying to my son all these years.

Damon: That dog ain't gonna hunt for you, baby, seeing as how your parental rights were taken away, remember?

Phyllis: Well, I have to do something. I'm doing something. (Phone rings) (ring)

Damon: I've been expecting that call, all right?

Phyllis: Okay.

Damon: All right. (Ring)

Phyllis: I've lost him. I know I've lost him. Damn you, Christine. You win, Danny. (Doorbell rings)

Phyllis: Daniel. Daniel.


Grace: I... I don't like hearing anyone is dead, Cameron.

Cameron: But Frank Barritt in particular?

Grace: He doesn't mean anything to me.

Cameron: You sure about that?

Grace: Why would he?

Cameron: Because Nick and Sharon have been telling you lies about me.

Grace: I don't listen to them. Honey, I love you.

Cameron: Are you sure about that?

Grace: Why would you ask?

Cameron: Because I'm not stupid, Grace. Because I'm looking in your eyes right now, and I see that you're doubting me.

Grace: No.

Cameron: Yeah. Yeah. And that actually hurts. After all we've been through, that hurts.

Grace: Cameron, I trust you. I do.

Grace: Cameron, please.

Cameron: Please what, Grace?

Grace: Believe me.

Cameron: I want to.

Grace: You? Because I would never think-- (knock on door)

Man: Room service.

Grace: Come in. Come in.

Grace: Honey, you know, I just--I remembered something. I'll be right back.

Man: Where would you like me to put this, sir?

Cameron: (Sighs) I don't care. You can put it anywhere.


Nikki: There's got to be a way to get to this man, some achilles' heel. (Cell phone rings)

Nick: Excuse me. Nick Newman.

Hank: Mr. Newman, good. I'm glad I caught you.

Nick: Detective Weber, what's up?

Hank: We have some new evidence in the matter of Frank Barritt's murder. I'd like you and your wife to come down to my office and answer a few questions.

Nick: Questions about what?

Hank: Can I expect you shortly, or would it be more convenient for me to come back out to your house, sir?

Nick: No, we'll be there as soon as we can. Detective Weber wants to talk to us down at the station-- something about new evidence.

Sharon: What new evidence?

Nick: He wouldn't say, but anything's better than him coming out here again.

Sharon: Well, shouldn't we bring Michael Baldwin with us? I mean, what if we need an attorney?

Nick: He's out of town. He's at a deposition, but its okay. We play it cool just like we did last time.

Nikki: Look, do you want me to go with you?

Sharon: Oh, thank you, Nikki, but, no, I think that might look suspicious.

Nick: Mom, we can't chance the police finding out that you knew where that body was hidden.

Nikki: All right. What about the kids?

Sharon: Um, Noahís at day camp, and Cassie's at the rec center. They won't be back for hours.

Nikki: Well, if they do come back before you do, I'll stay with them.

Sharon: Thank you, Nikki. Whatever you do, don't let Cassie near any newscasts or anything like that, because--just in case.

Nikki: Okay.

Nick: Sharon, you ready?

Sharon: I'm as ready as I'll ever be. I'm gonna stop by the house first and change.


Phyllis: Sorry. Here. Come in, please. Um, I'm sorry I grabbed you like that. It's just so wonderful to see you. I--I'm sorry if I overstepped by grabbing you--

Daniel: You know, its okay.

Phyllis: Oh, okay. Really? Oh, okay. (Laughs)

Daniel: Honest.

Phyllis: Good. Listen, Daniel, um, I just want you to know I know that Christine and Danny have probably said some horrible things about me, and I know you're probably confused, and you might hate me. I don't know. But I just--I just want you to give me a chance, okay? Just give me a chance, and first, whatever they said, whatever they said--

Daniel: Wait, wait, wait. Can you just slow down?

Phyllis: Okay.

Daniel: There's a reason I came here. I was... just wondering if... maybe I could stay here tonight... Mom?


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

Lorena: Is that how you're gonna go through life, Devon-- taking advantage of other people?

Devon: Sounds good to me.

Grace: You've got to protect me.

Nick: You're the reason all this is happening.

Sharon: What else does he know? Are we walking straight into a trap here?

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