Friday Y&R Transcript 8/6/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 8/13/04--Canada; Monday 8/16/04--U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Jack: Well, you give the lady an inch, she takes over your office.

Ashley: Hey. Just keeping your seat warm for you till you get back.

Jack: Ah, I doubt I'll live that long.

Ashley: Seriously, I'm just using your office for my executive responsibilities. You know me. I spend most of my time down in the lab.

Jack: Gotta admit, though, its fun sitting in the C.E.O. spot.

Ashley: Big shoes to fill.

Jack: Oh, come on. You've been salivating over that job for years.

Ashley: We miss you around here. A lot fewer laughs since you've been gone.

Jack: You all seem to be surviving just fine. (Telephone rings)

Ashley: Ashley. Nothing at all, huh, Frances? Well, if Brad shows up or calls, please call me right away. Thanks.

Jack: Your husband's missing?

Ashley: And he's got Abby with him. I'm getting worried. I'm getting really worried.


Victor: So that was a nice homecoming for our son and our daughter-in-law, especially since we managed to put our differences aside for awhile.

Nikki: It was wonderful to see you and Nicholas act like father and son again, but you seem troubled.

Victor: I called Ashley.

Nikki: I should have known.

Victor: I asked if Abby could come over. She said no and then just hung up on me.

Nikki: And that surprised you?

Victor: No. What surprised me is how abrupt she was. Didn't seem herself at all. Maybe Brad Carlton finally got to her.

Nikki: Or maybe she just got tired of you interfering in her marriage, Victor.

Victor: I didn't ask for anything unusual. I mean, you know, there were no overtones.

Nikki: I don't understand why I have to keep explaining this to you. You're putting a tremendous pressure on their marriage. Of course she was abrupt with you. I don't know why you don't see that. Unless there's something more that I don't know about. Maybe you're more involved with Ashley. Are you keeping some secret from me?


(Telephone rings) (Ring)

Phyllis: Hello?

Damon: It's Damon. Now don't you dare hang up.

Phyllis: Damon? Why would I hang up?

Damon: Well, I don't know. Given our last conversation, I wasn't so sure you'd like to speak to me.

Phyllis: Oh. Well, I don't hold a grudge.

Damon: I just called to find out how you and your son were getting along.

Phyllis: Thanks. We're getting along fine.

Damon: And, uh... I don't know. I reckon we'll be speaking again soon?

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, we will. We probably will.

Damon: Okay. All right, then. Bye, baby.

Phyllis: Bye.

(Door shuts)

Daniel: So who was that? Was that Mr. Personality bothering you again?


Gloria: How much will it be for the two of them? $50 an hour. Each?! That's outrageous. No, no, no, no, I'll do it, but they better be good-looking. Oh, and make sure they're wearing suits. Something classy. And I need them here right away. I gave you the address. Boy, they better be good. This is a very important evening. I can't afford any slipups, now you hear me? All right.

Kevin: You tell 'em, Mom.

Gloria: Oh, Kevin. Sweetie. (Chuckles nervously) I, uh, I didn't see you there.

Kevin: Who was that on the phone?

Gloria: No one. I, uh, thought you were going over to your friend’s.

Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, I'm leaving now. Something going on?

Gloria: Maybe.

Kevin: What is it?

Gloria: Can you keep a secret?

Kevin: Yeah.

Gloria: Promise?

Kevin: Yes, of course. Mom, why are you acting so weird?

Gloria: I am having dinner with John Abbott tonight, and so are you.


Sharon: It sure was nice of Cassie and Noah to offer to stay up at the main house for awhile. Gives us some special time alone together.

Nick: Are you sure that's what you want? Maybe having your whole family around is exactly what you need.

Sharon: No, I'll be okay. It'll be better if we have some time, just the two of us-- no worries, no...

Nick: Babe, what's wrong?

Sharon: Nick, we both could've been killed. We might've never seen each other again... and Cassie and Noah... all because of that... Cameron.

Nick: Sharon. Hey. It's over. Okay?

Nick: You're home now, and you're free.

Sharon: Yeah. It's over. That's right, that's right. It's over, Nick.


Paul: Oh, man.

(Knock on door)

Paul: Hey, J.T. what's the matter? You look like you lost your best friend.

J.T.: Yea actually, uh, my buddy Raul just took off for college.

Paul: Oh. I didn't know you guys were that close.

J.T.: Well, we actually weren’t. I mean, you know, we didn't get along for years, but we got kinda close the last few months.

Paul: Well, that's too bad. I'm sorry to hear that.

J.T.: Tell me about it. That's kind of the reason I'm here. I need something to keep me busy. What do you got for me?

Paul: You know, that's pretty funny, 'cause, um, I was just gonna ask you the same thing.


Kevin: Mom, I meant what I said before. Mr. Abbott hates me. When he finds out you're my mom, that's it. Say good-bye to him and his money.

Gloria: Honey, relax. I've taken care of it.

Kevin: How?

Gloria: You let me handle that.

Kevin: What have you got up your sleeve?

Gloria: Would you please stop asking so many questions? I promise to explain everything to you later. Now get out of here. Go see your friend and enjoy yourself.

Michael: Oh, well, goodie. The gang's all here.

Gloria: Michael, what are you doing here? I thought you had plans tonight.

Michael: I do. I just wanted to clean up a little before I went on my appointment. Why do I feel like I'm interrupting something?

Kevin: Beats me. I was on my way out.

Gloria: Yeah, me too.

Michael: Nice dress, Gloria. Another date with your mystery guy?

Gloria: I know you're curious, but I like having him all to myself. I don't wanna blow it this time. I really think that he could be the one.

Michael: Oh. Where have I heard that before?

Gloria: Stop it! I'm going to get it right this time.

Michael: Okay. Where'd you meet him?

Gloria: I'd rather not say.

Michael: It was in a bar, wasn't it?

Gloria: No. Well, not exactly.

Michael: Let me guess. You were hanging out in some dive bar when this guy offered to buy you a drink, maybe said, "you look great’ and maybe he brought you back to his place and blah, blah, blah, you fell for his act.

Gloria: First of all, this guy would never hang out in dive bars. He's first class all the way. He owns his own company.

Michael: Let me save you a lot of time and heartache. This guy is a loser.

Gloria: He is not!

Kevin: Come on, Mikey. Ease up.

Michael: I'm being real. I see you walking around here with your head in the clouds, all giddy about this guy, and sooner or later, you're gonna get hurt.

Gloria: That won't happen. He would never, ever hurt me.

Kevin: Yeah, Mikey. He isn't like that at all.

Michael: How do you know? You said you had no idea who he was.

Kevin: I know. I don’t.

Michael: Kevin, you are a terrible, terrible liar.

Kevin: Ow. I have to go. Have a good night, Mom.

Gloria: Night, honey. Have fun. Now don't stay out too late.

Michael: Good night, honey.


Phyllis: Uh, yeah, that was Damon. Listen, Daniel, don't call him "Mr. Personality" anymore.

Daniel: Yeah, well, I'm sorry, Mom, but I just call 'em like I see 'em.

Phyllis: Yeah. Did you enjoy your walk on the grounds?

Daniel: Yeah, this ranch is awesome.

Phyllis: I know. It is, isn't it? Did you see the horses?

Daniel: Yeah. They're pretty amazing animals.

Phyllis: Yeah, just the best for Victor Newman.

Daniel: So this Victor guy must have a lot of cash, huh?

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, he's loaded.

Daniel: So you're pretty lucky to be working for him, then?

Phyllis: No, I actually like to see it as he's lucky to have me working for him. I'm very good at what I do.

Daniel: My mother, the internet genius.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I'm very proud of my accomplishments.

Daniel: Yeah, me too. So how about loaning me 20 bucks?

Phyllis: Sorry. I just have $50s.

Daniel: Well, that'll do.

Phyllis: Are you going out?

Daniel: I don't know. Haven't decided yet.

Phyllis: Haven't decided. Okay. Listen, Daniel, I'm going to work. I have a couple things to take care of, but I would really like to know where you are when I'm gone.

Daniel: Does it really matter?

Phyllis: Listen, I-I'm your mother, okay? I'm your mother, and mothers wanna know where their kids are.

Daniel: And I'm not a little kid anymore, Mom. You don't have to keep watching me every minute.

Phyllis: Okay, but, you know, it's called love, Daniel, and I love you, you know? So--so I'm new at this. Cut me some slack.

Daniel: Okay.

Phyllis: Good. Um, all right. Well, here you go. Here's some money. $50. Um, all right, well, um, uh, I'll--I'll see you later.

Daniel: Okay, drive carefully.

Phyllis: Oh, thanks. I will.


Victor: Ashley and I are just trying to do what's best for Abby. No secrets between us.

Nikki: Are you sure? 'Cause you seem to be keeping a lot of them these days, including the fact that we have a guest in the tack house.

Victor: You're talking about Phyllis?

Nikki: And her son.

Victor: I had every intention of telling you.

Nikki: Telling me? What about consulting with me? This is my house, too.

Victor: And you don't seem fit to consult me about what you're up to.

Nikki: That is completely different.

Victor: No, it is not different at all, not as long as you don't tell me what you're up to with this-- whatever the hell his name is-- Marsino whatever.

Nikki: Have you ever considered the fact that there are more things going on with me than this Ashley/Abby intrusion?

Victor: Oh?

Nikki: And that perhaps I’m not being overly dramatic or overreacting? There are a lot of things torturing me right now. The situation with Ashley’s just one of them.


Jack: So all junior left you was a note?

Ashley: It was kinda cryptic. He said he wanted to spend time with our daughter.

Jack: When was this?

Ashley: This morning. I haven't heard a word from him since.

Jack: I take it this is all about Victor's demand for visitation rights.

Ashley: Look, I know this has been difficult for Brad, but he's being unreasonable. All I'm trying to do is find a workable situation for Abby and her biological father, and it's not easy.

Jack: Then Victor hasn't backed down at all?

Ashley: I know you're on Brad's side.

Jack: I'm not on anybody's side. I just understand how the pressure is mounting on the guy. I would think you would understand it, too.

Ashley: Well, it doesn't help things, him running off with our child.

Jack: He's her father, Ash, in every important sense of the word. Come on. Don't get carried away here. He's probably having a lovely day with her in the park.

Ashley: Well, then he should have called me, Jack. I'm worried.

Jack: You know, I still wonder about something.

Ashley: What?

Jack: How you ever conceived this child. I mean, how you ever got-- to put it delicately-- Victor's genetic material. There's something you're not telling us.

Ashley: I don't wanna talk about this right now.

Jack: With me, anyway.

Ashley: Or anybody, okay? I've already said too much.

Jack: To whom?

Ashley: None of your business.

Jack: There are billions of guys out there who would have happily provided the happy little swimmers to make your baby. Why did you pick that creep?

Ashley: Are you done with your advice? I'd like you to leave.

Jack: I have one more piece of advice. Don't work too late.

Ashley: Thanks for caring.

Jack: I do... care. No matter what happens, I do care, and if I see Brad, I'll let you know.

Ashley: Do that.

Jack: Hey, don't worry. He's her father. He loves that girl every bit as much as you do. She's probably safe and having a wonderful time.


Michael: I don't appreciate this, Gloria. You and Kevin are guests in my house, and how do you repay me? Keeping secrets.

Gloria: You're really making too much of this.

Michael: Okay, tell me the name of the mystery guy, and I'll drop it.

Gloria: I am not ready to do that.

Michael: Well, you told Kevin. What the hell was that?

Gloria: Well, I didn't mean to tell Kevin. It--it just sorta came out.

Michael: It... do you realize how irresponsible you're being?

Gloria: Irresponsible?

Michael: Kevin is trying to get his own life straightened out. He doesn't need to be dealing with your issues, too. Do you even care what happens to him?

Gloria: What kind of question is that? Of course I do.

Michael: All right, listen to me. You leave Kevin alone. If you wanna destroy your life by getting yourself involved with another terrible Tom, that's your choice, but I'm not gonna stand by and watch you drag Kevin down with you.

Gloria: You know, I think it's wonderful that you're so protective of your brother, but he doesn't need to be protected from me. Now if you don't mind, I need to finish getting ready. You should probably be going, too.

Michael: Ahh! You're right. I'm running late. Damn!

Gloria: What kind of appointment do you have? Sorry. Forget I asked.

Michael: You see how it feels? Good night, Gloria.

Gloria: With a little bit of luck, it should be. Any minute now.


J.T.: Yeah, but, Paul, we hit a brick wall with the Cassen family.

Paul: A brick wall? Look, we do have pieces to the story. There was a kid at a birthday party-- apparently, Nikki Newman’s. There was some sort of tragedy. Then this family moves out of town.

J.T.: But, Paul, we have no evidence left.

Paul: You know, with an attitude like that, you can take a hot trail and turn it into a cold one in a New York minute.

J.T.: Yeah, well, it doesn't seem that hot to me.

Paul: Well, don't be such a rookie.

Paul: Look, I'm gonna be honest with you. I am trying to protect someone I care very deeply about. And more and more, I'm thinking that somehow this connects back to Nikki Newman-- back to Nikki and her fifth birthday party.


Victor: So what other things are tormenting you?

Nikki: Victor, I have told you, I feel like I'm in the middle of a whirlwind.

Victor: Don't you think we should talk about it? I mean, you never said anything specific about what these things are.

Nikki: Because I don't-- I don't know what they are, exactly. There's just something inside me fighting to get out. I can't tell you any more, and even if I could, why would I even get into something personal like that with you? You have a one-track mind right now.

Victor: That is simply not true.

Nikki: Yes, it is. You can't even enjoy celebrating Sharon and Nicholas coming home safely without thinking about Ashley and the child that you share with her.

Victor: I enjoyed them being here and them coming home safe and sound, but Abby is a part of me.

Nikki: Well, aren't we, too? Aren't we a part of you and your family? Don't we deserve your undivided attention sometimes?

Victor: You have it.

Nikki: No, we don't, and you're lying to yourself if you think that we do. You're probably still wondering why Ashley was upset. You know... just--just go to her. Just go. You can't help me right now, so go.


Lauren: This is nice. (Laughing)

Michael: Not a trick. Trust me. If I haven't already said it, uh, you look smashing tonight. Mm-hmm.

Lauren: Well, thank you, Michael.

Michael: So how you been?

Lauren: Really good. And you?

Michael: I can't complain, not too much.

Lauren: Oh. Are the roommates rebellin'?

Michael: Ugh. New topic, please.

Lauren: Mm.

Michael: I'm fine. I'm looking forward to the day that I get my privacy back, but until then, you know, well, I'll survive.

Lauren: You look like you got a little sun.

Michael: Huh? Uh, yeah. Uh, I was out at the Newman place. They had a little celebration, and they asked me to take part.

Lauren: I read about Nick and Sharon in the paper. That's quite a story.

Michael: Well, believe me, that whole thing could have been avoided if Sharon had taken my advice from the very... never mind. Enough of that. So how you been?

Lauren: The same as I was about two minutes ago when you asked me the same question.

Michael: I did, didn't I? Uh, I don't know where my head is.

Lauren: You okay? You seem a little flustered.

Michael: Now why would I be?

Lauren: Uh, well, you take me to a romantic restaurant. You tell me I look smashing. This wouldn't happen to be a date, would it?

Michael: Do you want it to be?

Lauren: I don't know. Kind of a new concept for us.

Michael: We can call Paul, have him investigate it.

Lauren: You had to mention him, didn't you?

Michael: Yeah, well, I know how incredible you ladies think he is.

Lauren: Well, at least he doesn't live with his mother.

Michael: Ouch, ouch, ouch, ouch, that hurts.

Lauren: Why don't we just table this conversation about whether we're on a date or not and just relax, see how the evening unfolds?

Michael: And if it's an unmitigated disaster...

Lauren: Oh, then it was definitely a date.

Michael: It was a date, yeah.


Daniel: Hey, what's up, man? Come on in.

Kevin: Nice digs.

Daniel: Yeah, its home for now.

Kevin: Is your mom around?

Daniel: Nah, she had to go to the office. You want something to drink?

Kevin: No, I'm good.

Daniel: So what's up, man? You said you wanted to talk. I mean, it must be pretty important since you drove all the way out here.

Kevin: Actually, I hitchhiked.

Daniel: Really?

Kevin: Yeah.

Daniel: I didn't think Americans did that anymore.

Kevin: Well, I didn't have much of a choice. The bus doesn't go all the way out here, and I'm too broke to pay for a cab, so...

Daniel: So why didn't you just ask your brother to borrow some money?

Kevin: I didn't wanna do that. Things are tense enough already. Every day he's reminding me that I'm living under his roof, eating his food, watching his TV. It's like, all right, enough already. I get it.

Daniel: Well, then you just gotta get your own apartment.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, no kidding, but, uh, it's hard to get my own place when no one around here will give me a decent job, you know? Everyone's afraid to hire me on account of my less-than-stellar reputation, so... speaking of which, I thought we were gonna do something about that.

Daniel: Yeah, we will.

Kevin: Yeah, well, that's not gonna cut it. That's not gonna cut it. We had a plan. We had a good plan. So what's the holdup? When are we gonna do this thing?.


Nick: You picked a beautiful night to walk around the property.

Sharon: Looks like, uh, the kids did it again.

Nick: "Mom and Dad, we're staying up at the main house tonight, so do whatever you want. Noah says for you to eat your dessert for breakfast and sleep in. You guys deserve it. Love, Cassie and Noah."

Sharon: Oh, what did we do to deserve such incredible kids?

Nick: I don't know, but we've got the whole place to ourselves. How would you like to spend the rest of evening, Mrs. Newman?


J.T.: So you really think this thing is connected to Nikki Newman?

Paul: I'm not positive. I'm playing a hunch. That's what P.I.'s do. I've got one here, and I'm not liking it.

J.T.: So you never told me what happened down at the police station.

Paul: Well, I looked at their cold case file, and I didn't find much, so, uh, I went down and talked to some of my contacts at the coroner's office. They're pretty tight-lipped. They didn't want to give out any information. I think they're afraid of getting sued.

J.T.: So they never said anything?

Paul: No, not yet. Who knows? Maybe there's nothing to tell.

J.T.: Which means we're back at square one.

Paul: Look, J.T., I know it's easy to get discouraged, but you gotta remember why we're doing this.

J.T.: You want to protect your friend.

Paul: That's right, and if you remember that motivation...

J.T.: Yeah, otherwise it would be meaningless, huh?

Paul: Okay, if this child disappeared after little Nikki’s birthday party, you gotta know there was trauma involved. There was a search. There was a lot of tears on behalf of the Cassen parents, recriminations against Nikki's dad, against Nikki herself.

J.T.: That sounds pretty intense.

Paul: Right, so it's pretty obvious that Nikki would want to bury these bad memories somewhere deep inside her.

J.T.: Since the police are doing their own investigation....

Paul: This is something that's gonna come out, right? It's gonna shake loose a lot of bad memories.

J.T.: But if we can figure out what happened before anybody else does...

Paul: Well, at least we could talk to Nikki. Maybe we can save her a lot of pain.

J.T.: That's the kind of thing you'd do for a friend, huh?

Paul: When you can.

J.T.: So what's next? You said you didn't have any luck down at the police station. Should I give it a try?

Paul: Who says I didn't have any luck?

J.T.: What is it?

Paul: It's a report from the coroner's office. That skeleton you found...

J.T.: Yeah?

Paul: It was a boy. He died from a gunshot wound to the head.

(Children's voices) (child screaming)


Ashley: Brad? Abby, sweetie?

(Cell phone rings) (Ring)

Damon: Porter.

Ashley: Hi, Damon. It's Ashley.

Damon: Hey. Um, what's up?

Ashley: Um, have you by any chance, heard from Brad today?

Damon: No, but then I haven't been into Jabot. Is everything all right?

Ashley: I'm not sure. I hope so.

Damon: Is there something I can do?

Ashley: Well, if you hear anything, just let me know. I'm probably worrying for nothing. He's gonna walk right through that door any sec-- (doorbell rings)

Ashley: Oh, somebody's here. I gotta go. Thanks.


Daniel: Just slow down, Kevin.

Kevin: Don't tell me to slow down. You've no idea how important this is to me. You don't know how much garbage I've been through, and I'm tired of being treated like the town pariah. I want to have my life back.

Daniel: And you will.

Kevin: Yeah, but when?

Daniel: Soon, okay? I'm working on it.

Kevin: How exactly have you been doing that?

Daniel: I've been interviewing candidates.

Kevin: You have?

Daniel: Yeah, I would have told you, but you didn't really give me chance.

Kevin: Have you found anyone you like?

Daniel: There's a few possibilities.

Kevin: Oh, okay. Well, thanks. So when do we get to do this?

Daniel: You know we're talking about a very delicate operation here. It's gonna take time to pull everything together, and what is your hurry anyway?

Kevin: I told you, I need to get--

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, I know, the job thing. You know, is that what this is really all about? I mean, is that what you're worried about? Or does this have something to do with that woman you're so hung up on? What was her name again?


Michael: Lauren, how's the wine?

Lauren: It's really good. You have excellent taste.

Michael: What's that smile for?

Lauren: (Chuckles) um, I was just thinking about how interesting it is when life changes.

Michael: Oh, how do you mean?

Lauren: Take us, for instance.

Michael: Oh, I like the sound of that.

Lauren: I was, um, referring to my opinion of you.

Michael: Ah...

Lauren: See, I used to be very suspicious of you, and I always thought that you had some sort of secret motive.

Michael: So what changed all that?

Lauren: Kevin. When I saw you stand by him... you're a great brother. He's very lucky to have you.

Michael: Well, you were there, too.

Lauren: Oh, not like you. When I saw you with him, I realized what an incredibly caring and devoted person you can be. I guess the biggest surprise for me was how big your heart really is.


(Doorbell rings)

Gloria: Hi.

Man: Gloria Fisher?

Gloria: Yes, come in, please. Oh... thank you for getting over here so quickly.

Man: Well, the agency said you needed us right away, so...

Gloria: Yes, well, this is a very important night for me. You have no idea.

Man #2: Glad we can be of service.

Gloria: You definitely fit the bill. Please, sit down. I'll tell you what you need to know.

Man: Uh, before we do that, ma'am, we need to take care of the paperwork.

Gloria: Paperwork? Oh, right, the money, of course. The price they quoted me on the phone was $50 an hour. That's for each of you. Is that correct?

Man: Plus whatever gratuity you feel is appropriate.

Gloria: Well, let's save that for afterwards, shall we?

Man #2: Whatever you say.

Gloria: Well, this should cover the first hour.

Man: Okay, great, so, uh, where do you want to do this?

Gloria: I'm sorry?

Man #2: Out here or, uh, in the bedroom?

Gloria: What? Wait, you didn't think... you thought you were here for me?

Man: Aren't we?

Gloria: Oh, my! Oh, whoo! No, no, no, no, no. I mean, don't get me wrong. I mean, you both are attractive men, very attractive, and if we had more time... but no, the reason I hired you for the evening is because I have a job for you.

Man #2: What kind of job?

Gloria: Have you ever done any acting?

Man: You mean, like, uh, role-playing?

Gloria: Yes, exactly-- role-playing.

Man #2: Oh, yeah, we do that kind of stuff all the time.

Gloria: Oh, terrific! Then this should be a piece of cake. Tonight I need you to give the performances of your lives. You gentlemen will be playing my sons.


(Song playing on radio)

Sharon: You know what this reminds me of?

Nick: What?

Sharon: That private island in the Caribbean you took me to, where we were totally away from everything and everyone.

Nick: You mean where they had to literally bring us our food out on a boat, so we could cook our meals?

Sharon: And that beautiful hut that you rented, remember? Gosh, the whole island for just the two of us. Life without a care in the world. That was really magical.

Nick: It seems like a lifetime ago.

Sharon: Yeah, it's amazing how much has happened since then.

Nick: A lot has changed, but one thing hasn't, and that's how much I love you.

Sharon: Oh, Nick, you think we'll ever go back there?

Nick: Our future's wide open. We can do whatever we want, whenever we want.

Sharon: Look at the moon. It's just a little sliver.

Nick: Man, the stars are really out tonight, huh?

Sharon: Yea I it's beautiful.

Nick: Is there something on your mind?

Sharon: Mm-hmm, I was just thinking.

Nick: About what?

Sharon: This song on the radio. It kind of reminds me of that one we danced to on the beach the last night we were on the island.

Nick: Are you trying to tell me something, Mrs. Newman? Would you like to dance?

Sharon: No, I just want you to hold me, hold me forever and ever.


Victor: We need to talk.

Ashley: This isn't a... this is not a good time. Victor--

Victor: I won't be long, but you owe me an explanation.

Ashley: For what?

Victor: Why were you so rude with me when I talked to you earlier on the phone?

Ashley: I didn't mean it to sound that way.

Victor: I expect to be treated that way by your husband, but not by you. I've never known you to be that rude...

Ashley: I'm sorry!

Victor: When the only crime I committed was to ask your daughter to come out to the ranch on a beautiful summer's day.

Ashley: I didn't mean to be rude. I'm sorry.

Victor: Well, then you could have fooled me.

Ashley: I've had a lot going on, okay? I'm sorry if I ruffled your feathers.

Victor: Did your husband manage to finally poison your mind against me?

Ashley: Oh, don't be ridiculous.

Victor: You and I both know if he had his way, I would never see Abby. You know that.

Ashley: Well, I'm not gonna let that happen. I haven't so far, have I?

Victor: You'd better not let that happen. I won't stand for it, I promise you.

Ashley: I can't listen to this right now, Victor, okay? I just can't handle it, so I'm gonna ask you to please leave, because I don't want to talk to you right now.

Victor: What's going on? Something is going on. What is it?

Ashley: Abby's gone.

Victor: What do you mean Abby’s gone?

Ashley: Well, she's off somewhere with Brad. I just don't have any idea where they are.


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

Kevin: Don't you talk that way about Lauren! You hear me?

Daniel: Let me go, Kevin.

Victor: Your husband has kidnapped my daughter.

Paul: They discovered the body of a child when they were excavating near the old paint factory.

Nikki: Yeah, what does that have to do with me?

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