Friday Y&R Transcript 7/30/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 7/30/04--Canada; Monday 8/2/04--U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

 Damon: Hey, baby.

 Phyllis: Hey.

 Damon: Apartments, huh?

 Phyllis: Yeah.

 Damon: See anything that looks interesting, you know, that he would like, too?

 Phyllis: Nothing I'm too thrilled about.

 Damon: Any word from Daniel?

 Phyllis: No.

 Damon: You call Christine?

 Phyllis: Why would I call Christine?

 Damon: To see if she and Danny might have heard anything, but then of course, they really have no idea that there might be something going on here. You didn't tell 'em Danny was out all night.


 Daniel: I left some stuff here.

 Chris: I'm glad you're back.

 Daniel: Well, I didn't want to run into anyone.

 Chris: Why not?

 Daniel: I'd better go.

 Chris: No, you better let me in so we can talk. Your father and I came by Damonís--

 Daniel: You mean Mr. Romalotti and you?

 Chris: We came by Damonís apartment this morning looking for you. Phyllis said you left early.

 Daniel: My mom told you that?


 Phyllis: Why would I tell Danny and Christine? Why would I tell them that Daniel and I are fighting? Besides, it's untrue. It's only temporary. It would give them the wrong impression.

 Damon: Yeah, it would.

 Phyllis: Yeah, it would. Besides, you're the one who told me that this is typical of a boy his age. You told me that, remember?

 Damon: Particularly for a boy who's trying to force his mother to live her life on his terms.


 Chris: What was Phyllis supposed to tell me, Daniel? We've been worried about you.

 Daniel: Don't waste your energy. I'm fine.

 Chris: Are you?

 Daniel: Yeah.

 Chris: Why don't I believe that? Really. You don't seem at all fine to me. What's going on?


 Michael: Oh, my. This is almost all water. What...

 Michael: Damn it!

 Gloria: Oh, good. You're home. I can't wait to tell someone about my day.

 Michael: Have you been in my liquor cabinet?

 Gloria: What?

 Michael: I made myself a martini, only to discover that someone has filled my favorite, and may I add, most expensive bottle of gin with water.

 Gloria: It wasn't me. Michael, I swear. I didn't touch a drop.

 Michael: Then it was Kevin.

 Gloria: Well, you'll have to ask him.

 Michael: I have to ask him.

 Gloria: Yeah.

 Michael: Gloria.

 Gloria: He had a friend over the other night. They had a couple drinks. They didn't want you to find out.

 Michael: Well, so much for that plan.

 Gloria: Well, I'm sure he meant to replace it.

 Michael: That's not the point. When I come home, I expect to find things a certain way. I made that very clear to you when you moved in, right?

 Gloria: I know. Yes, you did. You did. I'll talk to Kevin. It won't happen again.

 Michael: No, it won't because you won't be around to cover up Kevinís little peccadilloes. I want you out of here.

 Gloria: What?

 Michael: It's just not working out for me, Gloria. We had a deal. You were to stay two weeks. I let you stay longer. Enough's enough. I'm a private person. I need my life back. I'll give you enough money to get back to Detroit.

 Gloria: I don't want to go back to Detroit.

 Michael: Okay. So where will you go?

 Gloria: Nowhere. I'm staying right here in Genoa city. I met someone.


 Victor: So sit down here. Here you go. Here's your little horsey. Are you thirsty?

 Abby: Yes, please.

 Victor: Why don't you have your little drink? There we go. So did you have a good time?

 Abby: Uh-huh, a great time.

 Victor: Uh-huh. What part did you like the most?

 Abby: The horsies.

 Victor: The horsies, huh? Did you like one horse more than the others?

 Abby: Uh-huh. I even know his name. His name is Starfire.

Victor: Starfire. You like Starfire, huh? Hmm, guess what. He's yours. You can ride him anytime you want, and no one else will be able to ride him.

 Abby: Wow, a real horsey.

 Victor: Mm-hmm.

 Abby: Thank you, Victor.

 Victor: You're welcome, sweetheart, and I hope you have a chance to come over very often to ride him.

 Abby: When my daddy says it's okay.


 Brad: "Attorneys, attorneys, attorneys. Family practice." Got it.

 Brad: Come on, come on, come on. The answering service, somebody. Come on.


 Abby: Victor.

 Victor: Mm-hmm.

 Abby: Is it time to go home yet?

 Victor: Well, are you ready?

 Abby: Uh-huh.

 Victor: Well, then let's go.

 Abby: To my real daddy's house.

 Victor: All right. Put on your backpack. There we go. Your horsey.

 Abby: Sometimes when I'm in my room getting ready for school...

 Victor: Uh-huh.

 Abby: I'm like, "hey, hey, why won't this get on?!"

 Victor: You do that? You have difficulty getting it on?

 Abby: Yeah.

 Victor: All right.

 Abby: I'm like, "get on. Get on, backpack! Get on!"

 Victor: All right.


 Dru: (Laughs) oh, it's good.

 Neil: Devon, you enjoying your sundae?

 Devon: Oh, yeah, it's great.

 Lily: You know, I still don't get why we had to come here.

 Dru: Well, because Devon had a very big day at the library, and we're celebrating it.

 Neil: Oh, yes, he did.

 Dru: Hey, I got an invitation in the mail to the open house of the recreation center.

 Neil: Did you, babe?

 Dru: Yeah, you two should be so proud of yourselves and all the hard work you've done.

 Neil: Yes, you should.

 Dru: Mm-hmm. It's very good.

 Devon: How's yours?

 Lily: It is good.

 Neil: Excuse me one minute, will ya? I'll be right back.

 Dru: Okay.

 Lily: Okay. Mom, can I have your cherry?

 Kevin: I'll just have a large coffee.


Kay: You're asking me to be your wife?

Arthur: You sound surprised.

Kay: Well, yes, dear God in heaven, I am. I'm certainly surprised.

Arthur: Now, Katherine, listen to me. All the time that I was away, I tried desperately to get you out of my mind, but I couldnít.

Kay: And I thought I'd lost you forever.

Arthur: Oh, thank God that I made the decision to come back, because if I hadn't, I never would have known that you'd gone into rehab. And now there is a tomorrow, darling, a tomorrow for both of us, if... if you'll have me.


 Michael: What do you mean you've met someone?

 Gloria: Someone. A real gentleman.

 Michael: So now you have a boyfriend.

 Gloria: Well, I wouldn't call him my boyfriend yet, but soon I hope.

 Michael: Okay, great, fine. Well, that cinches it. Now I really want you out of here.

 Gloria: Michael, come on. You should be happy for me.

 Michael: That is a tall order given your taste in the opposite sex.

 Gloria: Oh, stop. This one is different. He's nothing like the men I usually date, not at all like your father or Kevinís father. He's a little older, and he thinks I'm pretty special. He treats me like an absolute queen.

 Michael: Gloria, look at me.

 Gloria: Yeah.

 Michael: They all do in the beginning.

 Gloria: Michael, that's not fair.

 Michael: Why should I believe this guy is any different from all the rest?

 Gloria: Michael, this man is good for me. We haven't been seeing each other very long, and already he's made such a difference in my life.

 Michael: Well, gotta admit you've been smiling more.

 Gloria: See. So you have noticed a change.

 Michael: Well, uh, you can't bring him here.

 Gloria: Don't worry. I wonít. He has a big beautiful home. I saw it today.

 Michael: And I'd probably keep him away from Kevin.

 Gloria: Trust me, I will.

 Michael: Mm-hmm.

 Gloria: But I think that you would really like him.

 Michael: Does he have a name?

 Gloria: Yeah.

 Michael: You gonna tell me what it is?

 Gloria: I'd rather not.

 Michael: Oh, why, you afraid I might warn him what he's getting into?

 Gloria: No, nothing like that. I just have a good feeling about where we're headed, and I don't want to jinx it. I'll introduce you soon. I promise.

 Michael: Mm-hmm. (Doorbell rings)

 Michael: Hold that thought.

 Lauren: Hey, you.

 Michael: Hey.

 Lauren: I hope this isn't a bad time.

 Michael: Well...

 Lauren: I thought maybe... oh, hello.

 Gloria: Hello.


 Brad: Okay, so you'll page him, right? This is an emergency. Okay, thank you. You have my number. (Doorbell rings)

 Abby: Hi, Daddy.

 Brad: Hi, sweetheart. Come here.

 Abby: I had so much fun with Victor.

 Brad: Yeah.

 Abby: I went swimming in his pool.

 Brad: Yeah.

 Abby: He took me to ride his horsies, and he gave me one, Daddy.

 Brad: Did he?

 Abby: He said no one could ride it but me because it's mine.

 Brad: That's great, honey. Did you eat?

 Abby: Uh-huh. Miguel made us cheeseburgers on the grill. They were so good. Mmm-mmm-mmm!

 Brad: Mmm. Okay. All right, well, listen, it's late. I want you to go up, get washed up. I'll come tuck you in in a minute, okay?

 Abby: Okay.

 Brad: Give me a kiss. I love you. Go on.

 Brad: You ever pull something like that again, and I'll have you put in jail. Got That?


 Kevin: Yeah... M-Mr. Winters.

 Neil: What's the matter? You don't seem very happy to see me.

 Kevin: You just s-startled me is all. How are you, sir?

 Neil: Never mind how I am. More important is how are your therapy sessions coming?

 Kevin: Fine, fine. They're--they're--they're fine.

 Neil: Who's your therapist?

 Kevin: Uh, it's this guy. I can't even pronounce his name.

 Neil: You're not really going to your therapy sessions, are you?

 Kevin: I will. I swear. I'm working on setting it up.

 Neil: Really?

 Kevin: Yeah, yes, I swear.

 Neil: I told your brother I want to see you in extensive counseling, and I mean now, not later, Kevin. I'm not gonna ease up on you.

Kevin: What? What does that mean?

 Neil: It means that I'm gonna be on you like white on rice. Just like your shadow, I'm gonna follow you wherever you go until you either leave town or you slip up. And you will slip up, because guys like you always do.

 Lily: Oh, no.

 Dru: What?

 Lily: Look.

 Dru: Hmm? Why do they let Kevin Fisher out in public?

 Lily: Every time I see that creep, whatever I'm doing is ruined.

 Dru: Honey, you cannot let him affect your moods. Just ignore him.

 Lily: I try, Mom, but its summer again. When I think back to what happened last year...

 Dru: Forget about last year. We're in a new year. Just put him out of your mind.

 Devon: Guys, what are you talking about?

 Lily: Trust me. You do not want to know.

 Devon: All right, man, I wish that jerk would just stay out of your face. You know what I'm saying? One day I'm gonna bust him in the jaw.

 Dru: You're not gonna bust anybody in anybody's jaw. Now listen to me. You give him too much power if you let him affect you.

 Lily: But he does have power over me. He probably always will.

 Neil: Ready to go?

 Dru: Yes, let's go.

 Neil: Come on.

 Lily: Actually, you know, you're right, Mom. I'm not gonna let Kevin have power over me. Can Devon and I hang out a little longer?

 Dru: Well, I don't know that that's a good idea.

 Devon: Hey, guys, you don't have to worry, all right? I'll make sure she's okay.

 Neil: Thanks, Devon.

 Dru: Remember what I said, and don't be out too late.

 Neil: Careful, you two.


 Phyllis: We've gone over this so many times, Damon. I don't know what to tell you, you know? But my son wants me all to himself.

 Damon: Oh, yes, he does. He does indeed, but you trust me. If his game were working on me the way it seems to be working on you, he would be perfectly happy to live right here.

 Phyllis: What game are you talking about? I know the two of you have this oil and water thing. I don't know where that came from, but apparently, it exists.

 Damon: It exists. You're right, and that's perfectly fine with me. All I'm saying is you're gonna have to make some choices in the face of it.

 Phyllis: He's my son.

 Damon: He is your 16 1/2-year-old son. And perhaps you haven't noticed, but he is extremely sophisticated for his age. Now you missed out on the tooth fairy and going off to first grade and all that, and I am very sorry it happened that way. And don't get me wrong. I am not saying that it is ever too late for you to be this boy's mother. All I'm saying is it is way too late for you to play mommy.

 Phyllis: I don't want to have this conversation with you. We disagree, okay? I'm not having this conversation with you. I'm gonna find an apartment with Daniel, and we'll move out. And I hope and I trust that the two of us are going to continue to see each other. Am I right?

 Damon: I'm sure time will tell.

 Phyllis: "I'm sure time will tell." Okay. Well, I'd better find a place quick before I wear out my welcome. Time will tell.

 Damon: No, listen. You know... don't feel like you gotta rush. You just--you do what you need to do.

 Phyllis: Okay. Do what I need to do? Is that all you're gonna say?


 Chris: I know how upset you are with me and Danny.

 Daniel: So isn't that the teenage thing? Mad at the world.

 Chris: Not necessarily. Daniel, I never intended to hurt you. Ever since you came to Genoa City, I encouraged you to have a relationship with Phyllis.

 Daniel: Yeah, as long as I did it your way with, like, gloves and tongs.

 Chris: No, it's not true. I just wanted you to be careful, all right? You don't know her the way we do.

 Daniel: See, you're already trashing her. I mean, I know you hate her. I don't need to hear it again. I'm outta here. You know, I don't need to listen to this

 Chris: No, you know, you're not outta here, not this way. I won't allow it.


Lauren: You didn't tell me you had company. I can come back.

Michael: No, no, you don't have to leave, Lauren. This is my mother-- Gloria Fisher. Gloria Fisher, Lauren Fenmore. Lauren Fenmore, Gloria Fisher.

Lauren: Wow. So nice to meet you, Miss Fisher.

Gloria: Oh, no, no. Call me Gloria. It's nice to meet you, too.

Lauren: Michael told me that you were staying with him for awhile. I've heard so much about you. I feel like I know you already.

Gloria: Oh, how sweet. I don't think he's mentioned you. He certainly never told me that he had such a beautiful... friend, is it?

Michael: Yes, Gloria, Lauren and I are friends.

Gloria: Ah, close friends.

Michael: Don't you have something to do, Gloria?

Gloria: No.

Michael: Well, I think you do in the bedroom.

 Gloria: Mnh-mnh.

 Michael: Yes.

 Gloria: Oh, right. House rules. Good night, Lauren. Nice meeting you.

 Lauren: Good night. Nice to meet you, too. Maybe we'll see each other soon.

 Gloria: I hope so.

 Lauren: All right.

 Gloria: Nighty-nighty.

 Lauren: Nighty-night. So that's your mother.

 Michael: Yep, that's her. Tells you a lot, don't it?


Brad: It's called kidnapping, Victor. There are strict laws against what you did.

Victor: I said it to Ashley, and I'll say it to you. Did the girl who just walked in here now seem unhappy in any way?

Brad: That's only because she doesn't understand the magnitude of what you did.

Victor: Look, this was bound to happen sooner or later. Today was not my fault. You are the one who asked my wife to erase that message, not me.

Brad: To protect her from exactly what you did-- jump the gun.

Victor: Isn't that rather strange logic? Why didn't you just tell me that you and Ashley agreed to unsupervised visits?

Brad: Because I don't agree with it, not anymore.

 Victor: And why is that?

 Brad: It doesn't matter.

 Victor: Mm-hmm. I'll tell you why you changed your mind about that. Because like my wife who agreed to erase that message, you are very insecure about my relationship with your wife.

Brad: What you had with Ash is long over.

Victor: Is that what you really think, Bradley?

Brad: I want to tell you something-- you might be able to get under Ash's skin, but if you think for one second she wants to be with you, you're out of your mind.

Victor: What are you more worried about-- my influence over Abby or my influence over your wife?


Kay: You know, Arthur, I needed that intervention. I needed all those people to desert me. Even those who are no longer alive.

Arthur: What do you mean?

Kay: Oh, never mind. It's, uh... it's a strange story. A very, very long strange story. Promise me something.

Arthur: What?

Kay: Well, you know, they say a recovering alcoholic is only one drink away from another bender.

Arthur: Yes, I know.

Kay: So if I take as much as one sip, one sip of alcohol, promise me that you will walk through that door, and you'll never look back.


 Michael: I'm sorry about Gloria. She comes off a bit strong.

 Lauren: Are you kidding? I'm glad I finally got a chance to meet her.

 Michael: Yeah.

 Lauren: Are you having a martini?

 Michael: Ooh, yeah, I'd offer to fix you one, but it would be horrible.

 Lauren: Don't worry. I'm fine.

 Michael: Well, is there any particular reason you dropped by?

 Lauren: Uh, yeah. I saw Kevin earlier.

 Michael: Huh. It's not the answer I was hoping for, but go on.

 Lauren: It seems that he's open to therapy now.

 Michael: He is?

 Lauren: You didn't know?

 Michael: Last time I heard, he wasn't so keen on the idea.

Lauren: Well, it seems that he's changed his mind. And you know, just thinking about it has done him a world of good. I've never seen him so upbeat.

Michael: Upbeat how?

Lauren: He's smiling. He's excited about life. The change is remarkable. He even asked me for a job again.

Michael: You didn't, uh...

Lauren: No, no, no, no. Don't worry. I shot that down as gently as I possibly could.

Michael: You hope.

Lauren: I am thrilled that he's excited about getting back into the workforce. In fact, he wants to save enough money to get his own apartment.

Michael: Really? Oh, wow. That's music to my ears.

Lauren: Yeah. Thought you'd like to hear that.

Michael: I'm glad things are going so well for him. I haven't been able to spend much time with him. You know, I'm working like crazy. I was out of town on that deposition.

 Lauren: Right, right. How'd it go?

 Michael: Well, actually, it was pretty good. I never experienced that--

 Lauren: I'm feeling the need for a martini now 'cause I want to hear the story.

 Michael: Okay, but it's not gonna be very strong.

 Lauren: Why not?

 Michael: Well, my brother and his friend were over here, and they drank most of the gin and watered down the rest of it, so, uh...

 Lauren: Great.

 Michael: Yeah, it, uh... well, if you're game...

 Lauren: Looks like I'm game.

 Michael: All right, well, one very wet martini, not in a good way, coming up.


 Daniel: You know, I really don't want to hear your version of who my mother is.

 Chris: First of all, you're wrong. I don't hate your mother. I just think she has a tendency toward bad judgment. So I want you to be careful. But look, you are old enough and smart enough to look before you leap, so you know, get to know her, learn to love her. That's all good. Just, as I said, be careful.

 Daniel: Are you finished?

 Chris: Daniel, this is a long story, and now's not the time, but maybe it would help for you to understand that I was estranged from my mother for a large part of my life too, and like you, I was fortunate. I finally had a chance to get to know her.

 Daniel: So where is she now?

 Chris: She died.

 Daniel: Oh. I'm sorry.

 Chris: That's okay. I'm just saying that this is an amazing opportunity for you. I know, and believe me. I'm glad it's happening.

 Daniel: Okay, good.

 Chris: Okay. Still I get this vibe that it's not going very well.

 Daniel: Not because of my mother. It's this dude she's living with.

 Chris: You and Damon aren't getting along?

 Daniel: The guy's freaky. And I can tell he doesn't like me. And I just. I--I--I'm afraid that he's just gonna all of a sudden blow up and tear my head off.

 Chris: Wait a second. Are you physically afraid of him?

 Daniel: No, he hasn't done anything, but I get this feeling that he could. And all this mellow meditation stuff... I don't believe he's mellow at all inside. I think he's really uptight.

 Chris: What can I say? Your mother must like something about him.

 Daniel: Yeah, well, it's a mystery to me.

 Chris: Well, maybe it's the whole rebound thing, you know? She's in the middle of a divorce.

 Daniel: Yeah, I guess. She keeps saying that we're gonna get a place of our own, but I don't know if she really means it.

 Chris: Daniel, if you need a place...

 Daniel: No, no.

 Chris: Wait just a sec. Don't dismiss it, all right? This apartment is always open to you as long as you follow a few simple rules. Come on, it's the perfect thing. It's a place for you to cool down, give Phyllis some space.

 Daniel: I don't need to give Phyllis--

 Chris: Okay, okay, okay. Just... it's open to you. Take it or leave it.

 Daniel: Okay. Thanks. I'll see you.


 Michael: Whoo-wee!

 Lauren: Yeah, really packs a punch, doesn't it?

 Michael: Yeah, about 20 more of these, I might start to feel something, huh?

 Lauren: Here. Have an olive. Maybe you can taste something.

 Michael: Don't mind if I do.

 Lauren: There you go.

 Michael: Oh. Mmm.

 Lauren: Good?

 Michael: So what's new and exciting in the world of retail?

 Lauren: Not much. You know, it's been a really slow summer.

 Michael: That could be good.

Lauren: Yeah, I mean, it's good, you know, for my social life 'cause I have time, if I had a social life. Paul's been really busy.

Michael: Hmm. Paul Williams. Paul--what's up with that? I mean, he gets all the best girls in town. What's his secret?

Lauren: Do you want a list?

Michael: Give me the top three attributes.

Lauren: All right. He's charming.

Michael: As am I.

Lauren: He has a great sense of humor.

Michael: Me too.

Lauren: He's sincere.

Michael: I am the king of sincerity.

Lauren: He has integrity.

Michael: Well, I only asked for the top three. You know, I thought women were supposed to like the bad boy, right? Paul Williams-- he's the oldest living eagle scout. I mean, he spends his spare time helping old ladies cross the streets.

Lauren: Oh, you're bad.

Michael: And yet he has a list of admirers longer than a block. What do I have? Nothing. Who do I have? Nobody, nobody.

Lauren: And is that how you feel, all alone?

Michael: Sometimes. I know I n not really alone because I have a neurotic mother and I have a psychotic brother. What more could a guy ask for?

Lauren: I'm not sure. Now listen, you okay? I want you to go easy on your brother, all right? I really feel he's trying to turn a corner.

Michael: Assuming he's being straight with you.

Lauren: What does that mean?

Michael: I don't know. I think it's weird. Overnight he goes from hating the whole world to being in love with life. I don't know if I buy it. It makes me wonder if the kid's up to something.


 Daniel: Hey.

 Kevin: Oh, man, am I glad to see you.

 Daniel: Why, what's up?

 Kevin: Look, Daniel, I gotta do something, and I gotta do it fast.

 Daniel: Did you run into Lily again?

 Kevin: Worse. Worse. It was her old man, and I can tell you, it sure wasn't a lot of fun.

 Daniel: Guy's really on you, huh?

 Kevin: Look, Daniel, this plan of yours-- you gotta work out the details so that we can do this.

 Daniel: Look, Kev, rule number one when running a scam-- you can't be desperate. It always gets you into trouble.

 Kevin: Yeah, but I am desperate. That's why we're doing this.

 Daniel: No, we're doing this because you're an okay guy, only no one seems to know that. We're just gonna help along public opinion a little.

 Kevin: If only she could see it, start believing it.

 Daniel: "She"?

 Kevin: Yeah. Yeah. Thereís... there's this lady that's pretty special. I mentioned her before.

 Daniel: So we're not just doing this to get Lily's parents off your back, to get you a little bit of respect in this town, a job?

 Kevin: Well, you know, it's all mixed together, all right? So when are you gonna have a definite plan?

 Daniel: I already do. Relax and I'll tell you about it.


 Damon: I don't know what I'm supposed to say.

 Phyllis: Well, I'm moving out. A little sadness, a little emotion would be really nice.

 Damon: Am I supposed to beat the floor with my fists, beg you to stay?

 Phyllis: Yeah, actually, that would be great. Do something, anything.

 Damon: You know, I might if I thought the reason for which you were leaving had the least bit of validity. But you are leaving here because somehow you have decided that my apartment is not big enough for me and your precious son.

 Phyllis: My son shouldn't be precious to me?

 Damon: Yes, baby, your son... your son should be precious to you. There should be nothing more precious.

 Phyllis: What was that?

 Damon: Nothing.

 Phyllis: Nothing?

 Damon: I was agreeing with you.

 Phyllis: No, you werenít. You weren't agreeing with me. There was something there. There was something just... there was something there. There was some emotion. There was something, but, boy, you--you hid that quick, didn't you? Something almost escaped from the great wall, didn't it?

 Phyllis: (Sighs) Damon... I don't know what to do anymore. I mean, we're so different. We're completely different. My life is all about how I feel, and you, you're so cut off, Damon. I don't know what to do.

 Damon: Of course we're different, Phyllis. What is that thing they say? What is it? Venus and Mars, right?

 Phyllis: Oh, come on. Come on. What is that? Who told you that? "Venus and Mars." This is not my first relationship. Believe me, I've been around. I know men. I know men really well, okay, and this isn't right. You're--you're like this-- you're like mars wrapped in a box with a chain in a safe at the bottom of the ocean.

 Phyllis: I donít... I don't know what to do for you.

 Phyllis: Um... I'll let you know when I find a place.

 Damon: Phyllis?


 Kevin: Daniel, I gotta hand it to you. This, uh, this plan of yours-- it's a thing of beauty.

 Daniel: Yeah, well, I figured, you know, since sex was what got you on everyone's bad side in the first place...

 Kevin: Right. Ugh. Sex. Don't even get me started.

 Daniel: But you can see how it all dovetails. I mean, the irony's perfect.

 Kevin: Are you kidding me? The entire thing is perfect. God, you must be some sort of genius when it comes to manipulating people.

 Daniel: Yeah. Well, let's hope so.

 Kevin: So, uh, so when do we get to move on this? Soon, right? Because, you know, I don't want to wait that long, you know what I'm saying? It's, like, the more I think about it, the more I am so sure this is gonna be the answer to all my problems.

 Daniel: Just be patient, all right? I mean, you can't rush genius.

 Kevin: But wait a second. Where are you going? We gotta work out the details and stuff.

 Daniel: Yeah, and we will. But right now there's someplace that I've gotta be.

 Kevin: Oh, man!

 Daniel: Look, we'll talk. I'm on it. I promise.


 Arthur: I doubt that I could keep that promise, Katherine. To walk out on you?

 Kay: Arthur, you must. Please. Promise me. I--I've subjected all of you to my tirades, my bad behavior, insane behavior this past year, and I couldn't--

 Arthur: No, no, no. One day at a time, right?

 Kay: As for your proposal of marriage...

 Arthur: You're not ready yet, right?

 Kay: Au contraire. I was ready... I was ready the first day you walked back into my life. In fact... I think I've been waiting for this day ever since we met at the club all those years ago.

 Arthur: Then you'll marry me?

 Kay: I'd be so proud to be your wife.

 Arthur: Oh! I almost forgot.

 Kay: What? What? What?

 Arthur: You'll see. You'll see. Here we are. See that?

 Kay: Oh, Arthur.

 Arthur: There.

 Kay: It's so beautiful.

 Arthur: And old.

 Kay: Not too unlike us.

 Arthur: (Laughing) oh, no. No, no, no, darling. For you and I, we're as young as we feel in our hearts, hmm?

 Kay: Oh, yes. Yes.


 Damon: Say, fella. (Door closes)

 Damon: You finally decided to show?

 Daniel: I'm looking for my mother.

 Damon: Mm-hmm. Well, she's not here. I don't know where she went or when she'll be back, but wherever she is, she's dancing to your tune. And if figure that must count for something, don't you think?


 Brad: I'm not gonna argue with you anymore, Victor. This isn't about Ash, and it isn't about my animosity toward you. It is about doing what's best for my little girl.

 Victor: Uh-huh. You keep on saying that, but you don't act upon it.

 Brad: I'm acting on it now. Tomorrow I'm pulling her out of that day camp.

 Victor: I used to respect you as a parent, Brad Carlton. But I no longer do that, because you're making decisions based on your animosity toward me, not in the interest of your little girl. If I were you, I would rethink your attitude about all this, because otherwise, you will not be spending time alone with Abby.


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

 Damon: We need to talk.

 Daniel: Mom, your wonderful boyfriend here was just about to show me how he could beat me up.

 Nick: We're working Cameron Kirsten.

 Michael: Tell me you didn't say that.

 Cameron: Twice in the same day. How lucky can a guy get?

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