Y&R Transcript Friday 8/27/04--Canada; Monday 8/30/04--U.S.A.
Victor: There's no reason to tiptoe.
Nikki: I thought you were sleeping. Victor: Mnh-mnh.
Nikki: What are you doing in bed, anyway? It's early.
Victor: It's been a very long day.
Nikki: Oh, really?
Victor: I guess you weren't around when someone slipped drugs into lily winter's drink. She had to be taken to the hospital.
Nikki: Yeah, I was around. But I didn't know about that.
Victor: Wt t do you mean, you were around? Where were you?
Nikki: I was talking to paul. Victor--
Victor: I just can't believe that the very day of the opening of the rec center... (sighs deeply) the first thing, we have a problem with drugs, the very thing we are committed to fight against.
Nikki: Well, you knew you had your work cut out for you.
Victor: I suppose so.
Ashley: Hi. Where's abby?
Ashley: I spoke with victor.
Ashley: Yeah, it was good.
Brad: Are you saying he finally saw the light?
Ashley: Not the way you mean, but he did come up with a brilliant idea.
Brad: Oh, boy. I'm sure I'm gonna love this.
Ashley: Brad, victor is abby's biological father, and whether we like it or not, that gives him the power to take this to court and tear up our lives and tear up our daughter's life and make us miserable.
Brad: And he'd damn well do it, too, wouldn't he?
Ashley: Please, just pleas l listen. It's a really good idea. And, yeah, it is a compromise. But at the end of the day, isn't everything a compromise? You can't just dig in your heels and refuse to see that there's two sides to every story.
Brad: Okay, okay, ash, you made your point. Let's hear this brilliant idea. And, please-- please tell me how this is going to be a good thing for abby.
Jill: I'm sorry I'm late.
Elliot: No. No need to apologize.
Jill: Thank you.
Elliot: I hope you don't think I overstepped, ordering champagne.
Jill: Oh, no, that's fine. Actually, I'm amazed that you're being so accommodating. I know that I could come on a little strong sometimes.
Elliot: Well, in this case, it's understandable. It is your family's company.
Jill: See, I'm so glad you see it that way, because, yes, chancellor industries means the world to my mother.
Elliot: And I'm sure you know that your mother is quite satisfied with C.I.'S performance under my watch, as are the rest of the shareholders.
Jill: Yes, I'm starting to see that.
Elliot: So I take it that means that the documents I provided have been useful?
Jill: They have been very enlightening. Thank you. Yeah. The thing is, I want to ask you a question. A little birdie told me that I am ruffling some feathers, and I should watch my step. So tell me, elliot, is that purely a coincidence?
Neil: Is lily all right?
Olivia: She's the same. We did get the results back from the lab, and it's like I suspected. She was given an overdose of gammahydroxy butyrate or G.H.B.
Neil: That's the date rape drug.
Olivia: Yeah, well, it's one of them. We've given her a reversal agent, which has had some effectiveness in the past.
Dru: Is this medication that you're giving her to reverse the situation helping? Is my baby waking up? Please tell me she's gonna be all right, liv.
Daniel: Hello? Yeah? Who's at the gate? Alex? Uh, yeah, yeah. Uh, uh, s-send him up. Can--can you give him directions? Okay, thanks.
Daniel: (Sighs) what the hell is he doing here?
Man: Hey, babe. Trade you.
Phyllis: Hmm. You're the man, marvin. Thanks.
Michael: Hey, give me one of those, preferably one spiked with gin.
Phyllis: Oh, don't do it. Don't do it. He'll get on one of these bikes, and he'll mow people down.
Marvin: Think of the lawsuit.
Phyllis: (Chuckles) believe me, he is.
Michael: All right, all right, all right. I will take one with just water, marvin, thank you.
Marvin: You got it, player.
Phyllis: Not too cold. He'll complain about that, too.
Michael: Who's complaining? I'm just here to blow off a little steam after the day I've had.
Phyllis: (Chuckles) why? What's wrong with your day?
Michael: Oh, just one excursion into the bizarre after another.
Phyllis: Oh, yeah? You talkin' about your brother or your mom?
Michael: Bo.. although I have to give gloria the edge in this one.
Michael: You should have seen the stunt she pulled when I kicked her out of my place.
Marvin: Your water, sir.
Michael: I thank you, marvin. I'm going to do some real work now.
Phyllis: Okay. but we just don't know yet. We took lily off the respirator, and her blood oxygen is holding by itself. So that's good news, but the fact remains that we don't know if she's gonna wake up.
Dru: Why all the skepticism if she's doing better, liv?
Olivia: We don't control the outcome at this point.
Neil: Okay... well, go. Standing here with us isn't gonna help.
Olivia: Okay. I'll keep you guys updated. You can go in and see her again in a little while.
Dru: Can I, liv? Thank you. (Sniffles) thank you.
Olivia: It's gonna be okay.
Neil: All right, you three, since you were there with lily, I want information. I need to know who this guy is who drugged my daughter. What is his name? What does he look like? Where does he live? I want him found, prosecuted. I want him put in jail!
Dru: He's never gonna make it that far if I get my hands on him. (Sniffles)
Daniel: Come on in.
Daniel: We're, uh, not supposed to know each other, remember?
Alex: Yeah, chill out, man. No one knows I'm here.
Daniel: Yeah, well--well, I know, and I don't like it.
Alex: Hmm. Looks like you're living pretty well. Nice place to hang out.
Daniel: You know, I'd prefer it if you left. I really don't want you around here when my mom gets home.
Alex: Yeah, well, I'll go-- as soon as you and i talk some business.
Daniel: (Nervous laugh) what business?
Alex: I helped you with that lily chick, right?
Daniel: Yeah, right.
Alex: Yeah. And when you were all, "please dohihis for me. It's important," I told you you were gonna owe me.
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, but--
Alex: Well, you do. And it's time to pay up.
Phyllis: Hey. You--you actually kicked gloria out of your apartment?
Michael: Yeah. She was driving me up the wall. It was either give her the boot or commit matricide.
Phyllis: Well, what did she do wrong? I mean, I'm not defending her. You told me she was a freak.
Michael: She was cutting a swath through town, and my name is mud already in too many quarters.
Phyllis: So back to detroit she goes.
Michael: Ha! Unfortunately, no.
Phyllis: Oh, so she's in town, "cutting a swath"?
Michael: Apparently, she has sunk her hooks in some guy who is way too kind and generous for his own good. He's actually invited rr to live with him.
Phyllis: Ohh... and is this gentleman... a boyfriend?
Michael: So she claims.
Phyllis: Oh, and may I ask, is he rich?
Michael: Oh, yeah.
Phyllis: Hmm. So you think she's, um, digging his gold more than she's digging him?
Michael: She desperately wants someone to take care of her.
Phyllis: Hmm. Well, maybe she really likes him. Maybe the cash is secondary.
Michael: Yeah, maybe, but I don't think so.
Phyllis: Why do you have to blow the whistle on her? Why do you have to ruin it for her?
Michael: I don't know. Maybe if I were in this guy's shoes, I'd like someone coming towards me hoping to avert disaster.
Phyllis: No, you wouldn'T. You'd say, "mind your own damn business."
Michael: Or maybe I'd appreciate an insider's opinion.
Phyllis: Hmm. Well, has she done this before? Has she snuggled up to a guy for his cash?
Michael: She may have tried, but, obviously, she's never succeeded in quite the grand fashion.
Phyllis: Oh, all right. Well, um, do what makes you feel comfortable. You don't owe her anything, except, uh, oh, your life, that's all. They're parents. You can't get away from it, you know? Speaking of which, I need to go home. I need to check on my teenage son, see if he's grown horns and a tail. Dd 4 !P !;F@ @j["
Jack: What a surprise seeing you here, baldwin.
Michael: (Softly) perfect.
Jack: I a amazed you have time to work out. Shouldn't you be at your law office, busily covering up victor newman's latest white-collar crime?
Michael: (Chuckles) tell me something, jack. How does a guy with nothing to do know when he's relaxing?
Jack: Well, when his face isn't the picture of high anxiety, like yours is right now.
Michael: Well, I earned it.
Jack: Oh, care to share?
Michael: Ha! Jack, what in our history makes you think that I would ever, ever want to share with you?
Jack: Well, why the hell not? Or have you got something to hide... again?
Elliot: Well, that's quite a story. You really think that someone is threatening you?
Jill: It certainly sounds like that, doesn't it?
Elliot: Hmm. And you think I'm behind it?
Jill: Are you?
Jill: (Chuckles softly) then how would you explain it?
Elliot: I can'T. I can tell you that I have a couple of very aggressive, ambitious people who work for me. I can also assure you that nothing will come of these threats if they are connected to people who work for me.
Jill: Mr. Hampton--elliot--
Elliot: Jill, I will handle it. You have my word. Do you really think that I would resort to violence? Jill, I'm a businessman, not a gangster.
Jill: You were very, very reluctant to hand over those documents to me.
Elliot: Yes, I know I was. I just don't like people checking up on me. I don't care who it is. Maybe I should have turned them over to you the first time, but that doesn't mean I'm given to making threats or to violence. I'm being straight with you. I've got nothing to hide.
Jill: Well, if that's true, would you mind addressing the issues we discussed before?
Elliot: No, not at all. I have my people working on a detailed list on the use of the corporate jet, the golf club memberships, the house in deer valley, which is used by our employees, by the way, for retreats. It's a great morale booster.
Jill: So you're saygg that everything has a legitimate business purpose?
Elliot: Well, I'd be lying if I told you that I didn't use it for my personal reasons at times. What C.E.O. Doesn't? It's one of the perks of the job.
Jill: That's a lot more candid than I expected you to be.
Elliot: Good. Then we're making progress. What do you say we order? I understand they have a great escargot here.
Sierra: You never saw that guy before, huh?
Devon: How the heck would I have seen him?
Sierra: Well, don't bite my head off. I was just wondering.
Kevin: I can't believe lily was drugged. What a sleaze. (Sighs) okay, well, I'm gonna take off. I'm sure it's weird for lily's parents, having me here.
Devon: No, no, it's cool, man. They-- they know you saved her.
Kevin: Yeah, well, just the same... I'll give the hospital a call a little later, see how she's doing.
Devon: Well, suit yourself.
Kevin: Okay, then. See ya.
Sierra: Uh, kevin?
Kevin: (Softly) sure.
Dru: You know, neil, I... I just can't wrap my brain around the fact that kevin fisher would help our daughter. I just...
Neil: You know what they say, there's good in everyone. Just never thought I'd see it in kevin fisher.
Dru: Yeah, tell me about it.
Cassie: Uh, mrs. Winters?
Cassie: Do you think that it would, uh... be okay if we went and saw lily?
Dru: I think that would be very good for her to have friends and family around her, people who care about her.
Devon: Yeah, her family.
Neil: Drucilla, the bastard who did this to our daughter... I want him caught. He needs to pay. We need to find him.
Dru: Honey,e e will find him. And when we do, it's gonna be on and poppin'.
Daniel: You call that helping out? You know, you put that girl in the hospital, man.
Alex: Hmm. She'll survive.
Daniel: What'd you do to her, alex?
Alex: Slipped a little something in her drink, make her friendlier. (Laughs) no big thing.
Daniel: Yeah? Well, it turned out to be a "big thing." She had some kind of bad reaction.
Alex: Your friend got to play hero, though, right? That was the deal. I mean, you didn't ask a lot of questions about how I was gonna get the job done.
Daniel: Well, as far as I'm concerned, you pull something stupid and crazy like this, and all deals are off.
Alex: Really? Okay. Here's two reasons that don't fly-- one, you said the girl went to the hospital. So how would you like me to tell her parents you were the reason that happened, how you put me up to it?
Daniel: (Snickers) you wouldn'T.
Alex: Oh, yeah, I would. I'm not afraid of those people.
Daniel: Yeah, go ahead, and I will tear you apart.
Alex: Hold it. Before you get any ideas, I've got a crew. Guys who have a nice life because of me. I mean, I'm not that big, but they are. So don't try gettin' tough with me, okay? Or you'll wind up in the hospital with your little girlfriend.
Daniel: I think this is gettin' way out of hand, alex.
Alex: Mm-hmm. Well, here's the deal-- I need you to play lookout for my guys.
Alex: They're gonna come to the rec center, do a little business. I don't want anyone messin' with 'em-- the security guard, the tough old man that runs the place, anyone. Distract 'em, do whatever you have to do, make sure my guys get in and out with no hassle.
Daniel: What kind of business are we talking about?
Alex: What are you, stupid?
Phyllis: Hey, I thought I saw an unfamiliar car. Who's your friend? wanted to get in
Lauren: Well, thank you so much for coming by. It looked great on you. Hello.
Kevin: Hi. Closing up?
Lauren: Well, if you're here, I must be. Come on in.
Kevin: I, uh, I just came from the hospital.
Lauren: Yeah, how's lily?
Kevin: Uh, she was still unconscious when I left.
Lauren: It's so awful, what happened to her.
Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, everyone was pretty upset.
Lauren: I can imagine. You look like you've been through it.
Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, I'm okay. Seeing you just revs me up, so...
Lauren: Kevin, that's a really nice thing to say--
Kevin: I'm not just flattering you, lauren. I mean it. I'm a different person when I'm around you. So is there any chance that you feel different about me?
Ashley: I was at the rec center. That's where I met with victor. And you talk about your beautiful environment, I could only imagine how the residents of that neighborhood must feel, knowing there's a place to offer their kids other than the streets and gangs for recreation.
Brad: Okay, I'm impressed. Where does abby fit in?
Ashley: It would be perfect for her, brad. Even if it only comes close to what victor envisions, it's a wonderful place for her to spend time.
Brad: With victor.Ashley: And dozens of other people. You talk about your supervised visitation... can't you give a little, please? Everybody else is, even victor. This isn't what he initially wanted, but he's willing to settle for it.
Brad: For now.
Ashley: Honey, the rec center is a good thing. It's full of kids of different colors and different backgrounds. It's a positive atmosphere, with kids teaching kids and kids mentoring kids and adults mentoring kids. They've got art classesand--and drama workshops. And every game you could possibly imagine, they have it. What harm could it possibly do?
Abby: Can I go there? Please, can I? Can I, daddy? Can I go?
Daniel: This is alex, mom. He was just leaving.
Alex: Oh, I'm in no rush.
Phyllis: Oh, good. Where'd you meet my son?
Daniel: Does it really matter, mom?
Phyllis: Well, is it a secret?
Daniel: No, of course not. But...
Phyllis: But? (Chuckles) jeez. I mean, you guys seemed like you were in some deep conversation when I walked in. What are you up to?
Alex: Yeah. I mean, why are you so sure we were up to something?
Phyllis: Convince me you're not.
Daniel: Come on, mom, please.
Alex: Ah, that's cool, man. I mean, your mom can't help it. She probably thinks I might be a bad influence on her little boy.
Michael: What would I have to hide?
Jack: Gee, I don't know. But it certainly doesn't take an expert to see you're carrying around quite a load, counselor.
Michael: (Chuckles) it's part of the territory. It comes with being employed, having something to do with my day.
Jack: Yeah, I'll bet it's a lot of stress, keeping all your high-profile clients out of jail. How is victor doing these days anyway? Is he keeping your blood pressure at peak levels?
Michael: What makes you think that?
Jack: That's what he does, isn't it?
Michael: You would kn..
Jack: Not really. Not lately, anyway. No, this--these days, my life is blissfully free of all things newman.
Michael: Then he was doing you a favor? I mean, victor is the reason you were fired from jabot.
Jack: I wasn't fired.
Jack: I quit.
Michael: Whatever. Oh, seriously, all macho posturing aside, I'm curious about how you're handling it.
Jack: Handling what?
Michael: Well, the sudden downturn in your career. One moment, you're head of a powerful corporation, the next, you're a has-been, out on the streets.
Jack: I'm touched by your concern.
Michael: (Chuckles) seriously... what is jabot gonna do without you? Can't have been easy on your family. I mean, how's your father handling it?
Jack: It was a mutual decision.
Michael: Still, it must be hard for him. John abbott's business is his whole world, isn't it?
Jack: Not really. Certainly not lately. Lately, he's got a new lady in his life. You're looking live at edmonton from our skytracker atop manulife place.Good afternoon. I'm lesley macdonald. It's called a "john camera" and it's a big hit on the internet. We'll show you winnipeg's new way to fight street prostitution. And it now looks like this week's twin airliner crash in russia was the work of two female suicide bombers. Plus...looking for the benefits of red wine without the alcohol? Try purple grape juice. That's in health matters...on edmonton's global news at 5:30. Be out in a minute.
Daniel: Mom, just stop. You're embarrassing me.
Phyllis: I'm embarrassing you? How am I doing that?
Daniel: Because you're giving alex the third degree. Just back off, okay?
Phyllis: Perhaps you should go, alex.
Alex: Mm-hmm. Well, daniel and i aren't finished talking.
Phyllis: Yeah, you're finished now. Get out of my house, okay?
Alex: What if I don't feel like it?
Phyllis: I want you to leave.
Daniel: Mom, just stop, okay?
Phyllis: Are you gonna go? Should I call the guards and have you thrown off the property?
Devon: She looks like she's sleeping.
Cassie: Like sleeping beauty.
Sierra: Lily, I-- I don't know if you can hear me, but it's sierra. Cassie and devon are here, too.
Sierra: Lily... you're, like, my best friend. And school's starting soon. You know, our big junior year?
Sierra: Parties, dances, football games... oh, god, lily, please wake up. (Crying)
Devon: Lily, wake up.
Devon: Please wake up.
Devon: Lily, please wake up.
Cassie: Oh, look.
Brad: So, little lady, you like the idea of that recreation center, huh?
Abby: Uh-huh. It sounds like fun. Doesn't it, mommy?
Ashley: What are you talking about? I'm the one who said it first.
Abby: You know, daddy, you could come with me if you want. You might have fun, too.
Brad: (Chuckles) you think so, huh?
Abby: Uh-huh. Daddy.
Brad: What, baby?
Abby: Are you worried?
Brad: What is it you think I would be worried about?
Abby: My other daddy.
Ashley: You mean victor, sweetie?
Abby: Yes. You know, daddy, you don't have to worry about him. I like victor. He's fun. But you'll always be my number one daddy, always.
Abby: So don't worry, okay?
Brad: Okay. Thank you for telling me that, honey. You don't know how much it means to me.
Victor: So it's not really much improved is it? Okay, thank you, olivia. Please do. Thank you.
Nikki: Olivia winters?
Victor: (Sighs) yeah.
Victor: She's guardedly optimistic about lily's recovery, but only guardedly. This just so... upsets me, this whole story. I guess kids have no clue as to-- as to the consequences of the use of drugs, do they? And they don't give a damn if a friend of theirs dies or if a family loses a loved one. They seem to be totally unconscious of that.
Nikki: Victor, there's something that I--
Victor: Sweetheart, I'm just--I'm sorry, but forgive me. I'm just so tired. I have got to get some sleep. It's a big day tomorrow.
Joshua: Is it real?
Young nikki: I think so.
Joshua: Can I see?
Young nikki: No.
Joshua: Come on.
I want to hold it, too.
Young nikki: No.
I found it. You can't touch it.
Stick 'em up!
Joshua: I want to be
Young nikki: I said
stick 'em up.
Joshua: I want to try it.
Young nikki: Give it back!
No, it's mine!
(Gunshot) we don't have to keep discussing chancellor industries. I-I think the food would taste much better if we didn'T.
Jill: I think you have a point there.
Elliot: Tell me about yourself.
Jill: Oh, there's nothing to tell. I'jujust a typical female executive.
Elliot: Oh, come on. I don't think there's anything typical about you.
Jill: You tell me about yourself. How'd you get interested in business?
Elliot: It's a long, dull story. Besides, I'm not the kind of guy who gives away all of his secrets the first night.
Elliot: Mm-hmm. I find it hard to... trust people. But I have to admit, you've completely disarmed me tonight.
Jill: Well, I have to admit that I could say the same about you. You've shown me, um, a different side of yourself, elliot. I think I like it.
Elliot: Good. Then why don't we stop thinking of this as a business meeting, and consider it... a date?
Elliot: The first of many, perhaps?
Lauren: Feel differently towards you because...
Kevin: Well, you know, what happened today.
Lauren: With lily, you mean?
Kevin: Yeah. I just thought, you know, I mean, everyone's been saying such nice things to me, so...
Lauren: Well, yeah. I-I mean, I am so happy that you were there to help her.
Kevin: Her parents were actually polite to me. Her dad even managed to-- to thank me without the words getting stuck in his throat.
Lauren: My heart really goes out to them, you know, 'cause, uh, when your child is in trouble... trust me, there's nothing worse in the world.
Kevin: Yeah, that's what amazes me. You know, they were so freaked out, but they still managed to treat me like a human being. Me? The guy they hated worse than anything.
Kevin: Kind of gives me hope, you know?
Michael: So john has a new lady friend. Who's the lucky girl?
Jack: Why, you lookin' for an introduction?
Michael: You sound a little touchy on the subject. Perhaps you don't approve of your father's choice?
Jack: My father's life is his to live the way he wishes. I'm just pleased he's happy.
Michael: And you're sure about that, that he's happy?
Jack: What's with you anyway? Why are you suddenly so interested in my father's romantic life?
Michael: You know... I, uh, felt a little bad about what happened to jabot, my part in it.
Jack: So now I'm to believe you're a man with a conscience?
Michael: Jack, you are the... forget it. Forget I asked about your father. You're right. Why should I care?
Jack: Yeah, why should you care? Try to relax, baldwin. You emem a little tense. Good afternoon. With edmonton students heading back to classes next week -- there's been a break in the teacher's dispute.A last minute deal has been struck with the edmonton public school board. We'll have the details at five. It was a hero's welcome at the international airport last night - for olympic cycling medallist lori ann muenzer.And - edmonton gets ready to host the next major international sporting event... the master's games. Glade ultra in every roomin the house.
Olivia: Good. That's good. 02 at 99%, heart rate normal, your pupils were normal. I'd y y you're on your way to a full recovery.
Lily: Full... from what? I mean, how'd I even get here?
Dru: Baby, don't trouble yourself with that right now.
Sierra: Yeah. We were so freaked out.
Cassie: They said that... well, it doesn't matter what they said. You're awake now.
Lily: What happened to alex?
Neil: Alex? Who's alex?
Lily: I was talking to him at the rec center.
Neil: Honey, do you remember alex's last name?
Lily: Uh, I don'T... I don't think so. I--no. I don't know.
Dru: It's okay. It's okay.
Olivia: Okay, you know what? I think, um, no more questions right now.
Neil: Yeah, yeah.
Dru: Thanks, liv. Oh, sweetheart... thank god you came back to us.
Neil: I love you.
Cassie: It really was like "sleeping beauty."
Sierra: Yeah. That was incredible.
Devon: Oh, guys, shut up. Don't say stuff like that.
Kevin: Yeah, yeah. You know, that I won't always be the guy that, uh, that people have to tell their kids to stay away from 'cause I'm so evil.
Lauren: Kevin, I really don't think that that is the case.
Kevin: Oh, no, no, no, it's--it's true. That's the case. I'm the boogeyman. I walk into, um, to a store or the coffeehouse or something and physically see people shrink away from me.
Kevin: Whatever. There's nothing to do. You know, it's always been that way. It always felt like I have nobody on my side. Ever since I was a kid, there was nothing-- there was nothing that I could ever do right. It was always, "kid, you're such a loser. Kid, you're never gonna amount to anything." You know, you hear that a bunch of times and eventually, you know, you can't help but believe it. So today, you know, I finally do something right. You know, and the whole place is buzzing. But instead of, like, "oh, man, there's fisher. What's he doing here?" Everyone is coming up to me and telling me I'm a hero, telling me that I may have saved lily's life. It was--it was amazing, you know? It was, uh, it was like I was in a dream or something. (Sighs) sorry. I guess I'm spacing out a little bit.
Lauren: No, you're not. You're entitled.
Kevin: Yeah. Hey, so, um, is there any way that I can convince you to have dinner with me?
Lauren: Kevin, it's not gonna work.
Kevin: Well, it's not gonna work tonight or--or ever?
Lauren: Oh, um, I prefer to live my life one day at a time.
Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, me too. That's exactly how I feel.
Lauren: I'm gonna lock up. So why don't you get some rest, okay?
Kevin: Yeah. Okay. I'll see you.
Alex: Whoa. Take it easy. Is she always like this?
Phyllis: Wow. You better watch your mouth.
Alex: Mm-hmm. Don't worry about my mouth, lady.
Phyllis: You're a real piece of work, aren't you?
Alex: I guess I am.
Phyllis: That's not a compliment. You're a little squirt...
Phyllis: Who doesn't know he's a squirt.
Alex: Dude, how do you put up with her? I mean, your ma is light on the eyes and all, but she's a royal bitch.
Alex: That was uncool. Very uncoo
Phyllis: Really? Was it uncool? Well, next time somebody asks you to leave, maybe you'll get the message.
Alex: Nobody slaps me in the face, nobody. Especially not a woman.
Phyllis: I won't just slap you in the face. Get the hell outta my house.
Daniel: Mom! Mom! Go, alex. Just go.
Phyllis: Get outta here.
Daniel: Just go.
Phyllis: Get outta here.
Daniel: Let's go.
Alex: You have no idea how uncool that was, lady.
Daniel: Just go. Just go.
Alex: I'm gon' get you, too, boy.
Daniel: Yeah, you got me. You got me good. Good. Mom, what were you thinking slapping him in the face like that?!
Phyllis: I was thinki someone needed to slap him in the face.
Daniel: And great, and now he's all pissed off!
Phyllis: I don't really care if he's pissed off. And why are you so upset that he's pissed off?
Daniel: You know what? Just stay out of it.
"the young and the restless"...
Michael: John abbott can't be your wonderful man.
Kevin: Alex came here? Wh-why'd he do that?
Daniel: To make sure we keep up our end of the deal.
Phyllis: At least you have tennis in common.
Woman: Well, and that's only one of the many activities we do so well together.
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