Tuesday Y&R Transcript 8/17/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 8/17/04--Canada; Wednesday 8/18/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Paul: Listen, Nikki, if you want, I'll just drop this. You know, I don't want to put a lot of pressure on you.

Nikki: No, Paul. It's just that I don't know what you expect me to remember. I mean, my 5th birthday party? How many people do you remember from kindergarten?

Paul: Well, I admit, not many. But I do remember Charlie Mack. He got his hand slammed in a car door. That made an impression on me.

Nikki: Oh, I see. You're saying if something significant like that happens, I would remember that? You're talking about the child's skeleton they found at the rec center.

Paul: Which used to be the old paint factory where your father worked.

Nikki: I know, Paul, but it's a very loose connection.

Paul: This earring... you saw its matching partner, the one Cassie found. Then you started having all these strange thoughts.

Nikki: It's just very disconnected. I mean, and maybe you do have something, I don't know. I just--I don't remember this.

Nikki: You know more, don't you?

Paul: Yeah, but it's all right. I think it's best if we don't--

Nikki: No, Paul, tell me. What, are you worried that I can't handle it? What I can't handle is not knowing why I feel the way I do.

Paul: Okay. In that case, I have a movie I want you to see. I think you'll find it intriguing.

Nikki: A movie?


Michael: Madam.

Lauren: Oh, this is quite the entrance.

Michael: Oh, yeah.

Lauren: (Laughs)

Michael: Excellent.

Lauren: Oh, I had such a wonderful time tonight. Thank you.

Michael: Good. Shh. What's that?

Lauren: What?

Michael: Listen.

Lauren: I-I don't hear anything.

Michael: Precisely. This is the sound of an empty apartment. Have you ever heard anything more magnificent in your entire life?

Lauren: (Laughs) boy, you cannot wait to get your privacy back.

Michael: Look, you try livin' with Kevin and Gloria, and then tell me how you feel.

Lauren: I think it is very sweet that you opened up your home to them. And when I met your mother, I thought she was a very interesting woman.

Michael: Mm-hmm. Interesting like a migraine.

Lauren: Michael.

Michael: Mnh-mnh, don't-- don't look at me that way. You spent ten minutes with the woman. I endured her for 18 years. I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy.

Lauren: Didn't you promise me a pot of decaf?

Michael: Oh, right, right, right. Okay, well, look, sit down, make yourself comfortable. I will put on a pot of decaf. We'll kick back and enjoy the peace and quiet.


Neil: Damn! You look good.

Dru: Oh, my God! Don't do that to me.

Neil: I can tell Phyllis isn't here. For one thing, the air isn't charged with negative vibes. For another, you're playing with her favorite toy, which would never, ever happen.

Dru: Well, I-I was just researching something.

Neil: Yeah? Handy little devils, aren't they?

Dru: I don't really need it. So are you here as my handsome husband or my fabulous employer?

Neil: What, I can't be both?

Dru: If you ask me really nice.

Neil: Okay. Anything you want, Mama.

Dru: Anything? Anything?

Neil: Anything.

Dru: How about you get, you know, Phyllis, out of here?

Neil: Anything but that. Now you know I can't show you preferential treatment.

Dru: Well, why not? You know how much it would mean to me to have my own special office, don't you?

Neil: Yeah, but since you and Phyllis have been using this office as a battleground, I can't do that. It would be way too special. Um, all right. So what I came to talk about... you and Phyllis are gonna be competing to find a workable plan for the Safra beauty contest.

Dru: Honey, my plan is gonna be unbelievable.

Neil: Yeah?

Dru: It's gonna be fabulous.

Neil: You're sure?

Dru: Yeah. Why do you ask?

Neil: Because you picked one hell of a time to be mentoring a kid from the streets. You sure you have the time and energy for that?


Devon: Hey, Miss Davis.

Lorena: Hello, Devon. I have to say, I am surprised to see you here. I didn't think this was your, uh, scene.

Devon: Yeah, well, I guess I got no place else to go, right?

Lorena: Still nice to see you taking part.

Devon: Yeah. Pushin' a broom. You know, it's a big thrill.

Lorena: But you are still doing something. You are contributing to your community, and that is important.

Devon: Well... whatever. I, uh, I should get back to work, though.

Lorena: Okay. Okay.


Nick: Hey.

Victor: What are you doing here?

Nick: Figured you could use an extra hand considering how the grand opening is tomorrow.

Victor: Didn't expect you.

Nick: Didn't expect me, either. But Sharon went to bed early.

Victor: Is she all right alone?

Nick: Well, actually, she's not alone. I told Cassie to keep her company if she wakes up.

Victor: For awhile I was afraid I'd never hear from you again.

Nick: It takes a lot more than Cameron Kirsten to keep a Newman down.

Victor: You proved that in spades, son. I was very glad to hear from you when you called from somewhere in Iowa.

Nick: Meant a lot to me, too, to know you and Mom were there for me.

Victor: You know that we'll always be there for you.

Nick: I know.

Victor: All right.

Nick: So what do you say we get to work?

Victor: Yeah. I'm happy to see you, man. Let's go.


Nikki: Why-- why did you stop it?

Paul: Is that you?

Nikki: Yeah. Of course it's me. That's-- that's my 5th birthday party. I don't really remember it per se, but, I mean, I recognize... where did you get this?

Paul: They found the film in a file cabinet when they were cleaning out the old factory. You said you recognized-- I wanted to ask you--

Nikki: Myself. I recognize myself.

Paul: What about the little boy that kissed you? Did you recognize him?

Nikki: Yeah, sure. Um... I remember him. His name is, um...

Paul: Could it have been Joshua Cassen?

Nikki: Yeah. Yeah, that's it. How did you know that? Is somebody paying you to investigate my past?

Paul: No, no, not at all. Tell me more about Joshua.

Nikki: I don't know. We were just friends. He was like my little boyfriend, you know, in the kindergarten sense. Then, uh, one day, suddenly, his parents just, uh, they moved. They--they left town.

Paul: Did they tell you why?

Nikki: Paul, I don't know. Why don't you tell me? Why are you doing this?

Paul: Look, the Cassen family didn't leave for no reason.. their son Joshua disappeared shortly after attending a birthday party thrown at Nick Reed's house. I am assuming that's the party we just watched.

Nikki: Well, so what? I mean, what does any of this have to do with me?

Paul: Nikki, this earring I just showed you, the one that matches Cassie's... this was with the skeletal remains that were found in the lot behind the rec center. Now the police have been unable to identify the skeleton. They're not sure they're going to be able to. But what they do know is that the skeleton was a white male, about 4 to 5 years old when he died. That's about the same age Joshua Cassen was when he disappeared.

Nikki: What do you want me to do with this? What are you after?

Paul: I need to give this to the police. J.T. removed it from the site without anyone knowing. This is evidence.

Nikki: What? What, are they gonna reopen a case that's that old?

Paul: Well, of course they are and with good reason.

Nikki: Paul, I don't want to talk about this. I don't know why, but it's very upsetting to me. I guess I-I don't like to think about children dying. That's what it is.

Paul: Are you sure that's why?

Nikki: Stop pushing me. I'm sorry, but I really-- I need to talk to Victor. If you don't mind, I-- I feel more comfortable talking to my husband about this.

Paul: That's fine. But could you get back to me?

Nikki: Please don't push me, Paul!


Dru: Baby, you know I thrive on hard work. And the more energy I need, the more I can manifest.

Neil: Yeah, I know you do. You amaze me, Drucilla. But I don't really--

Dru: No buts. No buts. Devon needs me, honey. He needs structure and encouragement and discipline and love and--

Neil: Are you sure that's all?

Dru: What else would there be?

Neil: Sometimes I think kids like him, they need to start over at the beginning.

Dru: Neil Winters, that is a horrible thing to say.

Neil: As horrible as it may seem, there's just been so much damage.

Dru: If that's the case, know that you've married a lot of damage.

Neil: Oh, Dru, come on.

Dru: I'm serious. I was a lot older than Devon, but I was whole lot worse.

Neil: No, you werenít. You didn't get along well with your family, so what did you do? You took to the streets, you ran away. But at least you had family to run away from. Dru, you had strong family bonds. Devon hasn't learned to form these bonds, to trust, to think of himself as part of a group, much less a family. I mean, these are all things that you learn as a child in the first few years of life. Devon missed out on all that.

Dru: Well, if that's the case, why don't we just throw him into the foster care recycle bin, shall we?

Neil: Hey, hey, hey, come on now. You know I didn't mean that.

Dru: That's the way it sounded to me.

Neil: I guess what I'm saying is why us?

Dru: Because we can and we should. That's why us.


Lauren: Mmm.

Michael: You approve?

Lauren: Excellent cognac. And it beats the heck outta decaf.

Michael: I hear you talking.

Lauren: (Chuckles)

Michael: I'm glad I remembered I had this bottle. A client gave it to me last Christmas. I've been saving it up for a special occasion.

Lauren: You're bringing out the good stuff for me? I feel honored.

Michael: You should. I enjoy being with you, Lauren. Iím glad you had a good time, because I know I certainly did.

Michael: So... how does it feel, being alone with the devil in his lair?

Lauren: Oh, so in love with our reputation, are we?

Michael: I just wanna make sure you know what you're dealing with.

Lauren: Trust me, I can handle your kind.

Michael: Ah, can you? My kind. My kind. I don't know about that. I'm not sure if I should be insulted or not. Hmm. You want some more?

Lauren: No.

Michael: You sure?

Lauren: I'm good. I'm sure.

Michael: Mm-hmm. I just realized, we never made a toast. Um, I don't even know if we still can. I'm... I'm not sure about the rules regarding cognac.

Lauren: I don't think we have to play by the rules, Michael.

Gloria: (Laughing)

Michael: What's that?

Lauren: It sounds like someone's in the bedroom.

Michael: It sounds like two someones.

Man: Hey!

Gloria: (Laughs)

Lauren: Is that your-- could that be--

Michael: Gloria?

Gloria: (Laughs) oh, don't! Don't! Oh. Oh. Michael!

Gloria: We didn't realize anyone was home. (Chuckles)

Michael: Gee. Do you think?

Gloria: We were just... well...

Michael: Don't! Don't finish that sentence. Uh, we get the picture.

Gloria: Hello, Lauren. It's nice seeing you again.

Lauren: Gloria.

Gloria: Oh, I'm sorry, Michael. This is, um--

Michael: Who? Who is this? Is this your mystery man?

Gloria: No. Actually, it isnít. This is, um... what is your name?

Michael: Oh.

Man: It's Ambrose.

Gloria: Ambrose?

Ambrose: Ah, it's a professional name.

Gloria: Oh.

Lauren: Okay, well, I think I should be going now.

Gloria: Oh, no, no, no, no. You don't have to do that, Lauren. I was just walking Ambrose out. Come on.

Ambrose: It's nice meeting you.

Michael: Yeah, right.

Gloria: I'm so sorry that we have to cut the evening short.

Ambrose: Mm, me too. Maybe we can do it again sometime.

Gloria: On the house again?

Ambrose: Hmm. Well, if you play your cards right. You know my number.

Gloria: Yes, I do. (Chuckles) bye. Ooh.

Gloria: Oh, I'm so sorry to have interrupted your evening. I'll just be in my room.

Lauren: No, that's fine because I'm leaving. It's okay.

Michael: No, donít. You know, Lauren, donít. Just--you don't have to.

Lauren: Michael, I've had a wonderful time. We'll talk soon. All right?

Michael: Yeah.

Lauren: Good night.

Michael: Good night.

Lauren: Night.

Gloria: Night.

Gloria: Okay. Go ahead. Say it.

Michael: In how many languages?

Gloria: Let's start with English.

Michael: Fine.


Sharon: Nick? Nicholas?

Sharon: Cassie, what are you doin' here?

Cassie: Hey. Dad called. He said he had to go to the rec center for awhile to help out. And since you were asleep...

Sharon: Oh, I was so tired.

Cassie: I could understand that. He wanted me here in case you woke up.

Sharon: Well, I'm awake, and I'm fine. So if you have something else you want to do...

Cassie: Not really. I'm into my book.

Sharon: I think I'll get something to eat then. Are you hungry?

Cassie: No. Mom.

Sharon: Yeah, sweetie?

Cassie: Have you talked to Nikki lately?

Sharon: Uh, no, not recently. Oh, no, I take that back. I talked to her at the pool party, and she said the nicest thing to me.

Cassie: What?

Sharon: That I was a true Newman.

Cassie: Because of how strong you were, dealing with awful Mr. Kirsten.

Sharon: Well, it was a sweet thing to say. Why did you ask about Nikki anyway?

Cassie: Something's bothering her. I don't know what, but I was wondering if you could find out.


Nick: You can already see the good the Rec Center's doing in the community.

Victor: I know what a place like that meant to me when I was a kid.

Nick: Is this bringing back a lot of memories for you?

Victor: I remember what it felt like, you know, when you suddenly realized no one gave a damn whether you made something of yourself or not. It's a lonely feeling.

Victor: So to realize that by building this, I'll make a difference in young kids' lives, makes me happy. Fills a void, you know? A void left by you and your sister.

Nick: Have you heard from Victoria?

Victor: No. And that's hard to deal with. Son, I hope you never lose your kids. They're a gift. That's why I'm very happy that Abby is in my life now. It gives me another chance.

Nick: Another chance at what, Dad, a perfect family? You know that's not gonna happen. And you have to see how much this is hurting Mom.


Lily: Careful now.

Lily: What are you doing?

Nikki: Excuse me, is Mr. Newman here?

Lily: Um, yeah. I think he's in his office with his son.

Nikki: Thank you. (Cell phone rings) (Ring)

Nikki: Hello.

Brad: Nikki, its Brad. How are you?

Nikki: I've been better.

Brad: Why is that?

Nikki: Brad, why do you think? My entire life has been turned upside down, and--and Victor's only concern is his relationship with Abby. But then you know that, because he was there.

Brad: Where, at my house?

Nikki: Yes. He wanted some answers from Ashley. She wouldn't let Abby come to our family barbecue.

Brad: That's not surprising. Abby's not in Genoa City she's with me.

Nikki: Well, where is that? Did Ashley tell him?

Brad: Ashley doesn't know where we are.

Nikki: I hope that doesn't mean what it sounds like.

Brad: At this moment, I'm honestly not sure, Nikki. I needed to get my daughter away from Victor.

Nikki: Well, you're coming back, right?

Brad: I don't know. I only have questions right now, not answers.

Nikki: Brad, listen to me. Don't do anything-- Brad?Brad?Hello?


Victor: The whole situation is a lot more complicated than you think.

Nick: You're trying to be a father to a little girl who already has a Mom and Dad. Why can't you just let it go?

Victor: That's a good question, son. But she is my flesh and blood, you know.

Nick: You have to see how much this is hurting Mom. It's tearing her up inside.

Victor: But, son, you must admit that the whole situation involving Sharon and this Cameron Kirsten character and I mean all the tumult that caused, obviously contributed to her being very upset.

Nick: It looks to me like you're trying to replace your children with someone elseís.

Victor: Son, I would never do that. What are you talking about?

Nick: I know, Dad, but Mom is hurting.

Nikki: Well, what a surprise to see the two of you together.


Devon: Now you gotta be kidding here. You want me to do this?

Lily: It's easy once you get the hang of it.

Devon: This is girl stuff, Lily.

Lily: Come on. We are all working together here, okay? Now hold this.

Devon: You know, if my homeboys ever caught me tying up balloons like this, I'd have to wear a dang bulletproof vest.

Lily: (Laughs) Wait, you've never helped decorate your school gym for a dance or anything?

Devon: No. I was always too busy for that stuff.

Lily: Oh, doing what, studying in the library?

Devon: Nah, boosting cars.

Lily: Please. You've never stolen a car in your life.

Devon: I don't know. I thought about it a lot, though.

Lily: So what are you gonna wear to the open house tomorrow?

Devon: What's wrong with this?

Lily: You want to be a little fancier, don't you? It's a special occasion.

Devon: Well, if you're thinking of getting me in some monkey suit in a shirt and a tie and all that, you can forget about it, okay?

Lily: No, no, not exactly. I was thinking more of a nice, new casual outfit.

Devon: Mm-hmm.

Lily: I'll help you pick something out. It'll be so much fun.

Devon: Oh, really? How am I supposed to pay for these new threads, huh? 5-finger discount? Or maybe I can hustle the money in a pool game.

Lily: Devon, stop, okay? Stop worrying about every single penny. You're part of the family now, okay? My mom and dad can afford to buy you clothes.

Devon: They'll have me washing dishes and doin' the laundry for a month if they do that.

Lily: Stop, okay? That's silly. Look, you need to learn to let people just do thin for you sometimes just because they want to, with no strings attached.

Devon: If you say so.

Lily: I do say so.

Daniel: What's up, guys?

Lily: Hey. Um, here, hold this. I'm gonna get some lemonade. Do you guys want some?

Daniel: Yeah, sure.

Lily: Okay.

Devon: Yeah, cool.

Daniel: So, uh, Devon... (high-pitched voice) looks like you and Lily are gettin' pretty tight.

Devon: And what's it to you?


Neil: So that's it? Because we can, we have to try?

Dru: Do you see anybody else helping us?

Neil: Honey, if we were in it for the long haul that would be one thing. But we're not. We're only temporary, between now and whenever they find another spot in a group home. How long is that gonna be? What are we talking about, a couple of more days, a week or two? How much do you really hope to accomplish in that short period of time?

Dru: I don't know. Something.

Neil: And if you don't? And if Safra doesn't have the best beauty contest it can have because you were too wrapped up in trying to produce a miracle--

Dru: Wait a minute. I am very loyal to my job. You know that. I intend to pull my weight here at Newman Enterprises, and I don't think that my life should be defined by only my work.

Neil: Right and I wouldn't want it to.

Dru: Then let me help this kid. I promise you, it's not gonna cost you anything.

Neil: Okay, fine. Um, I said all I'm gonna say. I love you, I love what you're trying to do here, but do me a favor. Call Lorena Davis, check and see how they're doing finding Devon a group home.

Dru: I'll do that.

Neil: Good. Because the sooner he gets back to reality, the sooner he's gonna learn to deal with it. I gotta go. I love you.


Sharon: Honey, in a moment of celebration, Nikki may have told me she feels I'm a true Newman, but I don't think that means I'm her new confidant. Victor and Nikki are both very private people and proud, and if you ask them how they're doing, they'll say fine even if they both had their legs cut off.

Cassie: (Chuckles) okay, I hear you.

Sharon: What do you think's going on with her, anyway?

Cassie: Well, see this?

Sharon: That's the earring you found at the Rec Center.

Cassie: Yeah, in an old filing cabinet. Well, every time Nikki sees it, it really spaces her out, like she recognizes it or something. Do you think you could mention it to her, see what she says?

Sharon: Um, sweetie, Nikki and I are getting along really well right now. And I don't have any idea how long it will last or if it will last. The best way to keep things the way that they are is to just be nice, polite and don't ask a lot of personal questions.

Cassie: Well, she helped you out with your deal with Mr. Kirsten, right?

Sharon: Yeah, she did.

Cassie: That was personal, wasn't it?

Sharon: Yeah, but it's different if it's her to me than me to her.

Cassie: Look, I'm sorry, but you cannot do the old "it's an adult thing, it's complicated, you wouldn't understand it" thing with me anymore.

Sharon: You're right, I canít. Cassie, how did you grow up so fast?

Cassie: Well, it wasn't fast. You just weren't paying attention.

Sharon: Well, what a thing to say!

Cassie: (Laughs) look, I'm sorry. I'm glad you're okay. Look, let's do something together. Go shopping or something.

Sharon: That sounds good.

Cassie: And would you please say something to Nikki? Find out what's going on?


Nikki: Nicholas, what are you doing here?

Nick: I came by to give Dad a hand.

Nikki: That's wonderful.

Nick: Hard to believe, huh?

Nikki: Yeah. But it's good to see.

Nick: Mom, is everything all right?

Nikki: Actually, honey, um, if you don't mind, I need to talk to your father alone.

Nick: No problem. I got a lot to do.

Nikki: Thanks.

Victor: See you in a minute, son.

Nick: Okay.

Victor: It's nice to see him back safe and sound.


Gloria: Look, Michael, I know what you're gonna say.

Michael: Well, too bad! Because you're gonna hear it anyway. What the hell were you thinking? What did I tell you about bringing men here?

Gloria: Well, I didn't know that you were gonna be home so early.

Michael: That makes it right?! What if I'd been Kevin? What if Kevin had come home and found his mother with... with what, with a gigolo?

Gloria: Ambrose is an old friend.

Michael: Oh, please. You didn't even know the man's first name. So what happened, you got ditched by Mr. Wonderful?

Gloria: No. We're doing fine. Just fine. Better than fine. But that doesn't mean I can't have a little fun on the side. I may be your mother, but I'm not dead. I have needs and desires--

Michael: Okay, okay. Plenty. That's plenty. Thank you very much.

Gloria: Look, what would you have me do, go to some sleaze motel, book a room at the club and charge it to your account? Boy, I'll bet you'd love that.

Michael: Well, why don't you go to your boyfriend's? You say he has such a nice house.

Gloria: He and I aren't, you know...

Michael: You aren't what? You aren't what? You aren't-- you're not sleeping together? Why not? You're sleeping with everyone else! Why not?!

Gloria: Michael that is none of your business.

Michael: You're right. It isnít. But what you do in my home is my business. And I don't appreciate you bringing your one-night stands back here. So there will be no more of... that here. You know the rules.

Gloria: Oh, here we go again. You and your damn rules! Do you have any idea how suffocating it is living with you, huh? I'm your mother, a guest in your home, and all I hear from sunup to sundown is "don't sit on this, don't touch that." People treat stray cats better than you treat me.

Michael: Funny you should mention that because that's exactly how you're behavin', like some stray alley cat in heat.

Gloria: An alley cat in heat?


Victor: So now you want to talk to me?

Nikki: (Sighs) is that strange?

Victor: Well, last time we spoke, you asked me just to go see Ashley.

Nikki: Well, that's because you were preoccupied with her.

Victor: And now that I've spoken with her, you think that has changed?

Nikki: Well, I hope so. I don't know. What did she say to you?

Victor: Enough to confirm my fears.

Nikki: What does that mean?

Victor: That Brad Carlton has absconded with my daughter.

Nikki: What? That doesn't sound like him.

Victor: Well, to me it does. And for the record, it does to Ashley as well. She has no idea where Abby is, which leads me to believe that Brad Carlton kidnapped my daughter.

Nikki: Please don't assume the worst.

Victor: The fact is, I saw it coming.


(Cell phone rings)

Lorena: Lorena Davis.

Dru: Hi, Ms. Davis. Its Drucilla Winters.

Lorena: Oh, hi, Drucilla. I'm glad you called. I need to see you.

Dru: What's up?

Lorena: Well, I have some paperwork for you and your husband to sign to become foster parents.

Dru: I see. Well, where do you want to meet?

Lorena: I'll be at the Rec Center all evening. Why don't you come over now?

Dru: You bet. See you soon.


Daniel: Come on, man. Anybody can see the girl's got the hots for you.

Devon: Yeah, well, you know, it's not like that with us, okay? It's not even close.

Daniel: Well, whatever. You know, whatever you say. Maybe I'm just reading it wrong.

Devon: Yeah, maybe you are.

Daniel: Listen, you know Kevin Fisher, right?

Devon: I know he's a real creep.

Daniel: Who told you that?

Devon: Lily can't stand that guy.

Daniel: Yeah, you know, I know she and her folks don't like him, and he's really upset about that.

Devon: Oh, really? And how do you know?

Daniel: I'm kinda friends with him.

Devon: Man, you must be hard up for friends, man.

Daniel: No. The guy's just got a bum rap, that's all.

Devon: No, no. I think it's a lot more than just a bum rap, okay? He must have done something to really hurt Lily, the way she freaks out every time she sees him.

Daniel: You know what? The point is that whatever happened between those two is ancient history.

Devon: Well, so?

Daniel: So is she gonna hold a grudge forever?

Devon: Well, what do you care?

Daniel: Listen, Devon, Fisher--he... he just needs a break, man. You know what that's like, don't you, to need a break?

Devon: Yeah, sure I do, but--

Daniel: And he's changed, and you could help change him even more.

Devon: Me?

Daniel: Yeah. Listen, man, you and lily-- you and Lily are like this right now. If we could just get the Winters on his side, you know, there wouldn't be all this hostility every time they see each other.

Devon: All right, look, look, look, man, I don't know where you're coming from, okay? But count me out. All right, and one other thing. I want you to tell Fisher that he best stay clear of Lily, all right? 'Cause if he doesn't, I just might have to tell him myself.

Daniel: Sure, Devon. You know, no biggie. I just thought I'd ask.

Devon: Yeah, well, you need to ask someone who cares.

Lily: Hey, guys. Here you go.

Daniel: Thanks, Lily.

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Lily: I guess he didn't want to blow up balloons, either. Devon? Devon? 


Gloria: An alley cat in heat? What a thing to say to your mother.

Michael: It's a pretty good description, wouldn't you say?

Gloria: No, I wouldnít. Just because I enjoy being with men, just because I like having a good time, that doesn't make me some kind of a tramp.

Michael: You could be with all the men you want. You just can't be with them here.

Gloria: Well, don't worry. I won't make that mistake again.

Michael: No, you wonít. Because you won't be staying here anymore.

Gloria: What? You're throwing me out?

Michael: I'm sorry it's come to this, but I don't know what else to do.

Gloria: You've gotta be kidding.

Michael: Do I look like I'm kidding? I've had it, Gloria. Enough is enough. Now I want you to pack your things. And I want you outta here in 24 hours.

Michael: Good night.

Gloria: Night.

Gloria: 24 hours. Not much time, but doable. Definitely doable.


Victor: I've told you and I've told Ashley repeatedly that Brad Carlton is unstable. I mean, you should've seen the way he came to the ranch like a raving maniac, demanding to see his daughter. She wouldn't have been safe with him. Then he had the gall, the impertinence to threaten me when I brought her back home. Obviously, you and Ashley can see now that he is not fit to raise my daughter.

Nikki: Victor, please.

Victor: Well, the guy is a menace. He's driven by contempt and hatred for me. Compromise is not possible, absolutely not possible. Were you listening to what I said? Nikki?

Nikki: What?! What?

Victor: Are you all right?

Nikki: I-I shouldn't have come here. I-I have to go.

Victor: Wait, wait, wait. Wait a minute, wait a minute. Wait, wait, wait, wait.

Nikki: Victor--

Victor: Something is obviously the matter. What's going on?

Nikki: I just need a moment to get my head together. That's all. I'm fine.

Victor: Does this have to do with Abby and Ashley?

Nikki: I can't talk about it here. I can't talk about it here in this place.

Victor: What do you mean you can't talk about it? What's wrong with this place?

Nikki: Can you please come home with me?

Victor: Sweetheart, I can't right now. I'm needed here. What's the matter?

Nikki: Of course you're needed, I know.

Victor: Darling, what's going on? Please talk to me. What?

Nikki: I just-- I shouldn't have come here. I shouldn't have come.

Nick: Excuse me. Dad, we finally got that delivery.

Victor: Okay, son, I'll be right there.

Nick: Okay, but the guy really needs to talk to you.

Victor: I understand.

Nikki: Victor, please just go. I know they need you.

Victor: Sweetheart, I hate to leave you like this.

Nikki: Its okay, I'm fine. Just go.


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Phyllis: May I ask some advice?

Neil: What about?

Phyllis: How do you handle a teenager?

Neil: Once a kid becomes a teenager their hormones kick in.

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