Thursday Y&R Transcript 7/15/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 7/15/04--Canada; Friday 7/16/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

J.T.: Dying to see how it's gonna look, huh, princess?

Brittany: I was just hoping it doesn't turn out worse than it was before. There are no guarantees, you know.

J.T.: Oh, yeah. Well, life's tough, ain't it, when you can't be perfect?

Brittany: What is your problem?

J.T.: Well, it's not really my problem.

Brittany: Then why don't you shut up about it?

J.T.: It's Raul's problem.

Brittany: What?

J.T.: You heard me.

Brittany: I have no idea what you're talking about.

J.T.: Oh, really?

Brittany: Look, couples break up. It happens. At least Raul and I are still friends. That's more than most people manage to accomplish.

J.T.: Friends? Friends, huh? Is that why he can't wait to get as far away from you as possible?

Brittany: What are you talking about?

J.T.: Raul's leaving town, Brittany, and not just for the weekend. He's outta here. Nice going.


John: Thank you. Detroit. Now my goodness-- you know, I cannot remember the last time I was over that way.

Gloria: Oh, I've lived there all my life-- until recently, that is.

John: When you relocated here?

Gloria: Yeah. Time for a change of scenery.

John: So tell me, what made you come to Genoa City?

Gloria: I have family in the area.

John: Oh.

Gloria: You too, I imagine.

John: Oh, yes, yes, but I am a hometown boy.

Gloria: Oh. It's a lovely place to call home.

John: I'm pretty partial to it, except for the winters.

Gloria: Oh! The worst.

John: You know, someone once said that the average temperature in these parts is 50 degrees year-round.

Gloria: Because it's either 0 outside or 100.

John: And you heard that joke.

Gloria: Well, but it's not a joke.

John: Oh, isn't that the truth?

Gloria: So, John, I doubt that you invited me to have coffee so that we could talk about the weather. Tell me more about you, the famous businessman.

John: Oh, goodness gracious. I don't know about "famous."

Gloria: Oh, come on. Jabot cosmetics is top-of-the-heap, and you're responsible for that, aren't you, all that incredible glamour and success?


Jill: Oh! I haven't done that much running since I was training for the marathon. Lord, how many years ago was that?

Jack: Memory getting a little fuzzy, is it?

Jill: Darling, there is nothing fuzzy about me.

Jack: Two juice cocktails, please. Well, don't look now, but my old man is sitting over there with some lady.

Jill: Who is she?

Jack: I don't know, but it's a sight for sore eyes. I've been saying for a long time he needed some female companionship.

Jill: Wanna go over and say hi?

Jack: No, I-- stop staring. Stop staring. No, don't cramp his style.

Brad: Well, well. A little early in the afternoon to be drinking, isn't it?

Jill: It's fruit juice, Bradley. It's healthy.

Jack: You might try some yourself. It'll get that scowl off your face.

Brad: I've been looking all over for you, Jill-- called your cell phone, left a message with your secretary. Obviously, you were nowhere near the office.

Jill: I am allowed to have a life outside of Jabot, aren't I? Besides, I've been putting in a lot of hours lately.

Brad: Well, I was referring to work.

Jill: Oh, that's funny, Bradley. That's very funny.

Brad: You know, maybe you just don't care too much about your job anymore.

Jack: Gee, maybe you need to get off your high horse and lighten up a little bit.

Jill: What is so urgent anyway? What are you in such an uproar to talk to me about?


Lily: Penny for your thoughts.

Devon: What's that supposed to mean?

Lily: Nothing, just look like you could use someone to talk to.

Devon: And that someone has to be you?

Lily: I'm available.

Devon: Yeah, well, I'm not, all right? So don't waste your time.

Lily: Devon, I am trying to be your friend. You know, you could use some.

Devon: What, you think I don't have any friends? You don't even know me.

Lily: No, I don't, but I would like to.

Devon: Well, hey, I'd like to win the lotto, too, but there's just some things that ain't gonna happen.

Lily: God, you are such a creep. People try to help you-- you just slap 'em in the face. What is wrong with you?

Devon: Listen, I told you before, all right? I don't need your help.

Lily: But you do, Devon. You do need help.

Jamal: Look, don't take it personally, Lily. I mean, Devon’s going through a lot right now.

Lily: I know. I just wish there was something I could do.


Bobby: Ange, I'm not gonna tell you again. We're not a strip joint anymore. We can't be moving forward if we're moving backwards at the same time.

Angelo: Wait. Says who? Bobby, I'm not saying that we can't ever be a cabaret.

Bobby: But you can't be a strip joint and a cabaret at the same time. Take it from me--I love the guys that come in here, but they're not exactly the kind of clientele that I'm trying to draw here with the fine wine and the music.

Man: Someone talking to me? Just dropped off some vino fino in the back.

Angelo: Oh, yeah. Uh, thanks.

Man: Hey, you guys are ordering the good stuff now, huh?

Angelo: Yeah, tell me about it. This is on the account, right?

Man: Well, you guys were late last month, so, you know, it's gotta be cash.

Angelo: Cash? Come on, man.

Bobby: Ange, I got it. How much?

Angelo: Let's see.

Bobby: Here, just take that. Keep the rest, all right?

Man: You guys understand, it's not my call, you know?

Bobby: Yeah, yeah. I'll just see you next week.

Man: All right. Thanks, guys.

Angelo: Next week? What are you gonna pay him with next week? You just shucked out half your wad there.

Bobby: I don't know. I'll figure something out.

Angelo: Look, I already figured something out.

Bobby: Hypothetically, how many nights would it take?

Angelo: How much do you wanna make? We can survive with three if we include friday. If you want to do more than survive, then we need to throw in saturday, too.

Bobby: Saturday and Friday? Forget it.

Angelo: Okay, then we start with three and Friday.

Bobby: I don't know how the hell I'm gonna tell this to Brittany.


Brittany: Raul is leaving town for good?

J.T.: That's the way he made it sound. But hey, no worries for you, right, princess? I anan, you got Bobby the godfather setting you up with your own little nightclub. Raul served his purpose, so what the hell?

Brittany: Don't you dare, J.T. That is not how it is at all. And since when do you care so much about anyone besides yourself?

J.T.: You know, Raul's been a really good friend to me.

Brittany: Yeah? To me, too, okay? I love Raul. I will always love Raul.

J.T.: Right, like you love your pet. Only this one's not sticking around.

Brittany: That is so unfair. I did not tell Raul to leave. If he wants to be so melodramatic about it, what am I supposed to do-- stay here with him, sleep with him, marry him, just so he doesn't feel like leaving town?

J.T.: You could do a lot worse than Raul.

Brittany: Fine. Then you marry him.

J.T.: Shut up, Brittany.

Brittany: No, don't talk to me. You think I enjoy hurting Raul?

J.T.: Hurting him? No. No, I don't think you enjoy hurting him, but I think you're glad to get rid of him.

Brittany: How dare you tell me how I feel. I told you, I will always have an incredible amount of affection for him.

J.T.: A minute ago, you said you loved him.

Brittany: Why are you doing this? Why are you harassing me?

J.T.: Because you shouldn't be doing this, Brittany. You shouldn't be turning your back on a guy like Raul, letting him leave town, leave his family and friends. And it's like you're too busy with your new life to even care.

Brittany: I didn't know.

J.T.: Well, now you know.

Brittany: And I'm not gonna let him leave.

J.T.: Oh, really? How are you gonna stop him?

Brittany: I'm gonna find a way. Trust me. Now get out of here. I need to think.

J.T.: It's about time you started doing that.


Daniel: Good book. I read it last term for my English lit class.

Mac: I really don't think this is helping, Daniel.

Daniel: Hey, you know, you were the one who was all, "let's be friends."

Mac: But that's not why you came over here, is it?

Daniel: Mac--

Mac: No. You know what? I gotta get going to the rec center. I'm late.

Daniel: You know what? Five more minutes is not gonna really matter.

Mac: What?

Daniel: It's good to see you, you know it? You're, like, the one good thing I had in my life.

Mac: Maybe you should have thought about that before you lied to me.


Brittany: Hi there.

Raul: What's up?

Brittany: I was talking to J.T. earlier.

Raul: Yeah?

Brittany: He says you're leaving town.

Raul: Well, if he says it, it must be true.

Brittany: Is it?

Raul: Yeah. It's good news. I got my scholarship back at Pemberton. Can't wait.

Brittany: You got that scholarship back? Really?

Raul: Yeah.

Brittany: I didn't even know you were working on that.

Raul: There's a lot about me you don't know, Britt. Anyway, it's definitely time to move on, get back to school.

Brittany: Is that what it's all about-- getting an education?

Raul: No, no. I already got one of those. I guess you could say that's the real reason I'm leaving.


J.T.: Oh, man. This place is looking good. Almost completely finished, huh?

Jamal: Hey, yeah, we're done except for a few things, but that should be done today.

J.T.: So my boss Paul Williams got a call from Victor Newman saying they could use an extra pair of hands around here.

Jamal: Yeah. Can your boss spare you for a few hours?

J.T.: Yeah, sure. Why not? It'll be good for me to work here today, keep my mind off something. It's a long story.

Jamal: Okay.

J.T.: So where do you want me to start?

Jamal: Hmm. I mean, just pitch in where you can. Keep your eye on things when I'm not here.

J.T.: All right, cool. No problem.

Jamal: Why don't you go help the girls out? Looks like they're trying to fix the TV. It's kind of the blind leading the blind.

J.T.: All right.

Sierra: You guys, something is wrong.

Lily: Are you sure it's plugged in?

Sierra: What do you think? I only checked it, like, three times.

J.T.: Ahem. Excuse me. Ladies, why don't you let a master handle this?


Daniel: Come on, Mackenzie. If I came to you, and I say,, "hey, I'm 16, but I really think you're cool," would you have given me the time of day?

Mac: Probably not, but that doesn't make it okay. Lying by omission is still a lie. My whole life has been messed up because of a secret people kept. I lost my one true love because of it. You cannot build your life on secrets, Daniel.

Daniel: Mac... Mac, I'm sorry. I mean, you have to believe me. I never knew this was gonna be such a huge deal. And seriously, is it that horrible that I'm a few years younger than you?

Mac: It's horrible that you're trying to be someone that you're not.

Daniel: I'm not trying to be anyone I'm not. That was the real me that was with you. I mean, if it seemed like I was a little bit older, it was probably because...

Mac: Because what?

Daniel: Because I really like you, and we connected, and I really wanted a chance with you. I still do.

Mac: You should have been straight with me. But you weren’t. And anyway, I'm not about to get all hung up on some 16-year-old boy. I have to go.

Daniel: Mac, just wait.

Mac: No. I said I'm going, okay?


John: Oh, Gloria, I-- really, I do appreciate the kind words.

Gloria: Did I say something wrong?

John: No, of course not.

Gloria: Something that did hit a bit of a nerve, though?

John: Yeah. You're an intuitive lady.

Gloria: (Chuckles)

John: Suffice it to say that Jabot's had some ups and downs the past few years, and since it's a family business...

Gloria: Oh, boy. Tell me about it. Ugh. Things can get complicated.

John: Oh, yes. Feels like there's a lot more at stake.

Gloria: Because there is. How could there not be? You work with people all day, then at night, there they are sitting around the dinner table.

John: That's about the size of it.

Gloria: Yeah. Then I suppose that family ups and downs manage to find their way into the office, so...

John: How in the heck do you know so much about this?

Gloria: I had a couple cousins, owned a restaurant. Every time they hired family on, oh, boy, you wouldn't believe the politics.

John: Really?

Gloria: In a little 1-horse diner. Crazy, huh? So I bet you take that, and you multiply it with a great big company like Jabot, and it's "pass the aspirin." Am I right?

John: I have to say this to you.

Gloria: What?

John: You're a breath of fresh air.


J.T.: Extension cord was bad.

Lily: Great, so how about we take a break and find another cord after?

Sierra: Yeah, I'm thirsty. Let's go get something to drink. Um, Cass, do you want anything?

Cassie: Water would be great, thanks.

Sierra: And, J.T.?

J.T.: No, I'm cool, thanks.

Lily: Okay.

J.T.: Still pretty fascinated with that earring you found, huh?

Cassie: Yeah, it was weird finding that old file cabinet along with the movie of the little girl's birthday party and then seeing her get the earrings as a present.

J.T.: Yeah, it keeps you thinking, wondering how it all fits together.

Cassie: Yeah, exactly, like there has to be se e story behind it.


Kevin: Hey.

Daniel: Yeah?

Kevin: Well, you don't look too good.

Daniel: Hmm, how about that?

Kevin: I saw the girl you were talking to.

Daniel: Mackenzie?

Kevin: Is she the one you're having trouble with?

Daniel: Man, you're perceptive, you know? Maybe you should tell fortunes for a living or something.

Kevin: Beats what I'm doing now, which is nothing. I can see why you're into her.

Daniel: Yeah, well, it doesn't matter. It's over. You know, it just really ticks me off, though. You make one little mistake and all of a sudden, you're dead meat forever.

Kevin: Yeah, no kidding. Been there, done that.

Daniel: Well, I designed the t-shirt.

Kevin: Well, sometimes no matter how much you change, people won't believe it. They don't want to believe it. It's a lot easier for them to look at you the same way they always have, never mind how much you're struggling, how much you're trying to turn your life around.

Daniel: You got a lot of people on your case, huh? How come?

Kevin: Well... well, it's not without reason. I did some stupid things, hurt some people I feel really bad about it, you know? But every time I try to apologize to her, she doesn't want to hear it. So...

Daniel: Are you talking about Lily?

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, she's the main one.

Daniel: You’re feeling bad-- is it because you still have a thing for her?


Brad: I'd rather do this at the office, Jill.

Jill: Never mind that. What is the point here?

Brad: The board and I would like a full, up-to-date accounting of the men's line-- product performance results, analysis of trends, strengths, weaknesses. You know the routine.

Jill: And you want this when?

Brad: Two, three days at most, sooner the better.

Jill: I don't know if I can have it ready by then.

Brad: We're considering axing the whole division. Now that shouldn't come as news to you, unless, of course, you've been napping.

Jill: I was under the impression that no decision had been made on that.

Brad: We're trying to salvage our higher-performing products, but we can't make any decisions if we don't have the numbers.

Jill: We, we? What is all this "we" stuff? I'm a member of the board, too, Bradley. How dare you make these kind of demands without consulting me first.

Brad: I'm doing that right now, aren't I?

Jack: It does seem kind of strange that you're dumping this on Jill at the last minute, Brad.

Brad: Why are you chiming in, Romeo? You don't work there anymore.


Angelo: Hey, you know, I don't think you're giving Miss Brittany enough credit, Bob.

Bobby: Ange, she doesn't know anything about the business. She doesn't know about payroll, overhead, any of that. She just knows that there's a club named after her, and that she's gonna be headlining there. And it's the type of place that her parents can come to and the friends of her parents can come to.

Angelo: Look, Bobby, we gotta have some income.

Bobby: Ange, on strip nights it's still gonna have her name up front, because I changed the sign.

Angelo: The very expensive sign. Like I said, we gotta make some money.

Bobby: I know. All right, look, do what you gotta do. Just set it up. There's someplace I gotta be.

Angelo: What are you, you gonna go pop the question?

Bobby: If I don't, I'm gonna pop.

Angelo: Hey, well, cheer up, big guy. It's gonna turn out better than you think. Hey, it's not every day a man gets engaged, huh?

Bobby: What if she doesn't say yes?

Angelo: She's gonna say yes. Just, hey, put a smile on your face. Hey, Bob.

Bobby: Yeah?

Angelo: You gonna tell her about, you know, the club?

Bobby: I don't know.


Brittany: So what are you saying? Being with me was so awful? Was that your education?

Raul: I don't know what I meant, Brittany. Man, am I gonna be more careful next time.

Brittany: Next time what?

Raul: Next time I fall in love. Whoa, I don't want your sympathy.

Brittany: Okay.

Raul: But maybe if I would've bought a chopper or something, you know, maybe got some tattoos or got into some more fights, you know, the kind of macho stuff you're into...

Brittany: You're so bitter.

Raul: Brittany, you can't help how you feel or don't feel, for that matter. But I'm a big boy, okay? I understand that.

Brittany: Oh, please, don't leave. This is where you live. Your family is here. Your friends are here.

Raul: Now, now, wait, wait. Come on, what if Christopher Columbus would've had that attitude, huh? He would have never left Italy, wouldn't have gone anywhere. I have a great scholarship at Pemberton, Brittany, and a chance to see the world a little. This isn't all about you.

Brittany: You keep talking about this big adventure you're gonna have, Raul, but the way you say it, it's like you're blaming me for driving you away.

Raul: No.

Brittany: Well, that's the way it sounds.


Kevin: A thing for Lily? No, no, no, I just don't want her to hate me, you know? I'm tired of the hassle. Her old man won't get off my case for a second. He actually went to my brother and told him to send me to therapy or else. Now even my mom is nagging me about it.

Daniel: Or else what? I mean, what's he gonna threaten you with?

Kevin: Staying in my face, like, forever. You know, I'm starting to think maybe I should just do it, you know, go to therapy. If that's what it's gonna take to change my image, then...

Daniel: How much do you know about psychiatrists?

Kevin: I don't know. You lie down on a couch and tell them how much you despise your father. Man, I could talk about that for years.

Daniel: And you will, Kevin, trust me. I mean, once they suck you in...

Kevin: Well, how bad can it be? Just a couple times a month...

Daniel: A couple times a week, like three or four.

Kevin: What? You're kidding.

Daniel: Listen, I had a lot of friends at boarding school that were pretty messed up. And let me tell you, the more therapy they got, the crazier everyone thought they were.

Kevin: Are you saying it didn't work?

Daniel: Well, it worked out and bought the Docs a new Porsche every year. But did it help get everyone to believe that they were trying to turn over a new leaf? No. Listen, I'm gonna grab a cup of coffee. Do you want a refill?

Kevin: No.


Daniel: Thanks.

Kevin: Daniel, no offense, but you just shot down my only prospect.

Daniel: Well, you want to change your image. There are many ways. How do you want people to see you?

Kevin: Not as a criminal. That would be a good place to start.

Daniel: Okay, what else?

Kevin: I don't know. A decent guy, you know? But I have to do something. My life totally sucks. I can't even get a job. That's how bad it is. It's like, word gets around, and no one will hire me. So here I am, broke, stuck sponging off my brother.

Daniel: You're right. That does suck.

Kevin: And if you're saying that shrinking my head isn't gonna do anything, then I don't know what to do.

Daniel: Well, why don't you, uh, try that new rec center they're rehabbing down on the south side? I know they need people.

Kevin: Yeah, but its volunteer work-- no pay.

Daniel: Well, which problem comes first?

Kevin: Well, my reputation I guess, since that's the reason I can't get work. The rec center, huh? Maybe you're on to something. When you do volunteer work, it makes people feel better about you, doesn't it?

Daniel: Yeah, maybe. You know, the more you're telling me, we're not thinking big enough.

Kevin: What do you mean?

Daniel: Look, you've got a big problem with the Winters family.

Kevin: And not just them. A lot of people in this town.

Daniel: So we need a plan. I mean, we need to do something. We need to make something happen that will get everybody to change the way they look at you.

Kevin: Exactly. But what?

Daniel: Well, I don't know. You know, give me some time. Let me think about it. I mean, I'm sure we'll come up with something. Never fear.

Kevin: (Laughs) all right, good. Man, this is great. All right, I got something that I gotta do, but we'll be in touch.

Daniel: Yeah, sure.

Kevin: All right.


Gloria: Thank you for the coffee, John, and the conversation. I really enjoyed it.

John: I did, too, very much.

Gloria: You know, I meant to ask before-- your wife, does she work at Jabot also?

John: Well, my ex-wife heads a couple of divisions, serves on the board.

Gloria: But the current Mrs. Abbott?

John: There is no current Mrs. Abbott.

Gloria: Oh, I didn't realize.

John: Well, there you have it. See, at the moment, I'm a bachelor, and I have been for years.

Gloria: Well...

John: Gloria...

Gloria: Hmm?

John: Would I be presumptuous if I asked you if you had plans for tomorrow night? I would very much like to take you to dinner.

Gloria: No, you wouldn't be presumptuous, and I would be delighted.

John: Well, that is excellent, excellent. All right, I will make reservations, and I will call you with the details. May I have your phone number?

Gloria: Would you mind terribly if I called you, since we just met and all, you know?

John: Oh, no, not at all. As a matter of fact, here's my card, and this is a private line to my office.

Gloria: Oh, well, thank you for understanding.

John: My pleasure. Well, I've got to be going. It was really a delight. May I walk you to your car?

Gloria: Um, actually, I was gonna powder my nose first.

John: All right, then I will look forward to your call and to our evening together.

Gloria: Me too.

John: All right, bye-bye.


Jill: He's right, Brad. This is too sudden. You could have given me more lead time.

Jack: Well, I don't think Bradley had any choice. Even with Victor's $75 million, he can't seem to keep the wolves at bay.

Brad: The doors are still open, Jacko.

Jack: For the time being, anyway.

Brad: You ought to try these muffins. They're pretty good. Have a nice day.


J.T.: There might be an extra extension cord in the storage room.

Kevin: Excuse me. Hi, I'm looking for the person in charge.

Jamal: That would be me.

Kevin: Oh, great. A buddy of mine told me about this place, said I might be able to find a job. Do you need a bookkeeper?

Jamal: We need a lot of things. Most of 'em we can't afford.

Kevin: That's okay. That's okay. You wouldn't have to pay me, not at first, anyway. I'm kind of looking for a place where I can give something back. Um, and I promise, I really am good. I have my résumé here.

Jamal: Okay. Well, it would be nice to have someone looking over the books. Looks like you've got a lot of experience.

Kevin: Yeah, I promise, you won't be disappointed.

Jamal: Tell you what. Let's go to the back office, so you can take a look. Then maybe you can help us out with something.

Kevin: Awesome.

Jamal: Okay.

Lily: I need some help.

J.T.: All right.

Lily: Okay.

J.T.: These things don't slide! Where do you want 'em, against the couch?

Cassie: Yeah, right here.

J.T.: Is that all right?

Cassie: Okay, let's work on the couch now.

Lily: Okay.

J.T.: Hey, uh, girls, I'll be right back. Don't break your backs.

Lily: Oh, thanks, J.T. Thank you so much.

Sierra: Bye now.

J.T.: Hey, Mr. Winters. You need anything?

Neil: No, no, no, no, I'm just scoping things out, seeing as my daughter practically lives here.

J.T.: Impressive, huh?

Neil: Yeah, it sure is. A place like this can really make a difference in the community. Hey, say, listen, I don't want my daughter knowing I'm checking up on her.

J.T.: Gotcha. Hey, but F.Y.I., Lily's doing great. She's a real part of the team around here.

Neil: Thanks, J.T. I appreciate that.

J.T.: Yeah, you got it.

Kevin: So there's nothing in those books I can't handle.

Jamal: Like I said, it would be nice to have someone keeping track of our expenditures a little bit.

Kevin: Definitely, definitely. You gotta be really mindful of budget controls in a place like this, 'cause if you go over, it can be really easy to get yourself into a situation where you might... uh, excuse me. Lily...

Lily: Kevin, what are you doing here?

Kevin: I was gonna volunteer as a bookkeeper, prove to everyone that I'm not such a bad guy.

Lily: Don't bother, okay? Just stay away from me!

Kevin: Lily, don't you know how sorry I am? I'm been trying to tell you that.

Devon: Hey, man, she doesn't want to hear it!

Kevin: I... I just thought that maybe I could help out.

Devon: Well, think again.

Lily: Yeah, that's right, Kevin. You can't help. You can only hurt.

Devon: Hey...

Jamal: Look, take it easy.

Devon: Listen, are you gonna leave now, or am I gonna have to drag you out?

Kevin: I'm sorry.

J.T.: You're damn right you're sorry, Fisher.

Kevin: I didn't mean to upset anyone.

Lily: Yeah, well, if you were really sorry, Kevin, you would leave me alone. As for working here, forget it. There is no way. I won't let it happen, and you have to know my parents sure won’t.

Kevin: Okay.

J.T.: Hey, you were actually thinking about hiring that guy?

Jamal: He said he was a bookkeeper. Résumé looked good. Seemed like a nice guy to me.

J.T.: Oh, yeah, maybe on the outside, but he's dangerous, man, really dangerous. This is from personal experience.

Jamal: All right, well, then we don't want him around here then.

J.T.: No, trust me, you don't want him around.

Jamal: All right, thanks for the heads up. Um, I gotta make a supply run, so I'll be back in about an hour. Until I get back, you're in charge.

J.T.: All right. Have fun.

Jamal: All right.

Lily: Its okay, you guys. Let's go.


Raul: No, Brittany, you're not driving me away. I'm sorry if I made it sound like that. This is something I need to do.

Brittany: Is there anything I can say to convince you not to go?

Raul: Why do you even care?

Brittany: Because you're my friend. Stay, please. I want you to.

Raul: Are you serious right now? You think you're gonna dump me and then tell me how to live my life? No, no, if we're doing that, then I'm gonna tell you to stay away from Marsino and his stupid club.

Brittany: So being friends is not an option.

Raul: I'll tell you what. We'll do Christmas cards. But, you know, I'm not gone yet. I've got tons of loose ends I need to tie up, and, no, you are not one of them anymore. But I do want to see how the operation turns out, so I'll see you later, Britt.


Man: Hey, is the boss around--Mr. Newman?

J.T.: Uh, no, he's out today.

Man: Is someone else in charge?

J.T.: Well, Jamal left, so I guess the person you're looking for is me.

Man: Ah... all right, I sent my crew home for the day.

J.T.: Why'd you do that? It's early, isn't it?

Man: I didn't know what else to do.

J.T.: What do you mean?

Man: Look, I'm just gonna have to show you, all right? Come on, follow me.


(Knock on door)

Bobby: Brittany, its Bobby. Open the door!

Brittany: Bobby?

Bobby: Yeah.

Brittany: Bobby, I am so glad you're here.

Bobby: Whoa, we gotta do this more often. You okay, kid? How's that face coming along?

Brittany: Yeah, I'm fine, but I'm not a kid.

Bobby: Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know, I know.

Brittany: I am Marilyn, star of the stage. Now I've been thinking about some of the numbers I want to do. I liked some of the old ones, but, you know, they were sort of sexy because of the clientele. But now I can open up my whole repertoire. I can sing ballads, jazzier stuff. I mean, Marilyn’s is gonna open up a whole world of new material for me.

Bobby: Okay, whoa, whoa, whoa, easy, easy, that's great. I love a performer that's into her work. In fact, I'm in love with this performer. Mmm, okay, you settled down?

Brittany: I'll say.

Bobby: I want to talk to you for a minute. Sit down. Uh, I got you a little something here that I'm kind of hoping you're gonna like.


J.T.: Do you want to tell me what this is all about?

Man: I'll show ya.

J.T.: Okay.

Man: Nothing like this has ever happened to me before, and I've been working construction since I was 16. The boys were excavating for the pool, and--

J.T.: Oh, my God.

Man: Just a kid-- complete skeleton.

J.T.: What's it doing here?

Man: No idea, but it sure freaked my guys out. What do you think, time to call the cops?

J.T.: Uh, yeah, yeah, that's a good idea.

J.T.: Oh, my God. No way.


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

Jamal: I come back, all of a sudden there's police cars and crime scene tape everywhere?

J.T.: You're not gonna believe this, man.


Victor: You go back to your husband and tell him to stop playing games with me.


Kevin: How do you get a bunch of people who hate you to change their mind will.

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