Monday Y&R Transcript 9/6/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 9/6/04 -- Canada, Tuesday 9/7/04 -- U.S.A.

By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Neil: Ooh, those look good, baby.

Dru: Mm-hmm. They are good. They're Devonís favorites. He better enjoy 'em while he's still here.

Neil: Don't make this any harder than it has to be.

Dru: Oh, I'm not. I'm not. Devon, Lily, breakfast.

Devon: Oh. Whoa, pancakes. Man, I had a feeling this would be a good day.

Dru: Here, pass me your glass, hon.

Neil: Morning, young man.

Devon: Here you go. Morning.

Dru: Morning, Lily.

Neil: Hey, Lily, you all right?

Lily: Yeah, I'm fine, Daddy.

Neil: You sure?

Lily: Thank you.

Dru: Sweetie, you look a little tired there. Did you get some rest?

Lily: Oh, yeah, I slept fine. I just, you know, woke up a few times.

Neil: You're not still feeling the effects of the drug, are you?

Lily: No, no. I'm fine. Aunt Liv said that it was completely out of my system when I left the hospital, so really, I'm okay.

Dru: I really don't know how, sweet, after everything you've been through.

Lily: Well, it's easy. Yeah, it was bad, but it could've been a lot worse. And I have the three of you to look after me. And you don't know how much that means to me.

Dru: Let's say grace.


[Phyllis remembering.]

Damon: I hear this sound. It was like a... (Snaps fingers) a loud snap. It was--you know, it could've-- it could've been anything. Anything. And he cries out. And I look over. And there's just a little bit of blood. But he's--he's tearing at his shirt like-- like a bee stung him or something.

Phyllis: Right. There was-- there was blood.

Damon: They had followed us. I'm sure-- I'm sure it was meant for me.

Phyllis: The bullet was meant for you?

Damon: I'm sitting there, I got him in my arms. I'm pressing as hard as I can on this little hole he's got in his chest. I'm telling him I love him. He's, uh, looking around. He looks at me, like, you know, "you got this under control, right?" And I'm telling him I do, but really, I'm just watching him slip away.

Damon: And, Phyllis, he knew. He knew that I was as helpless as he was. So he looks at me-- he changes the subject. He looks at me...

Phyllis: I'm sorry.

Damon: He says... he says, "I... I got right back up on that horse, didn't I?"

Damon: Then he was gone.

Phyllis: I'm sorry.

Damon: Yeah. You know, Phyllis... the world is full of "I'm sorry's." Everybody just seems to be sorry.

Damon: But all the tears you could cry in a lifetime aren't gonna bring him back.

Damon: And the moment that reality sunk in... well, that's-- that's when my own little journey to hell began.


(Knocks on door)

Phyllis: Who... hey. Hi. I wanted to be with you last night.

Damon: I know. I know you did.

Phyllis: I'm sorry. But, you know, Daniel was here.

Damon: I know.

Phyllis: I couldn't sleep. I was worried about you.

Damon: It was a rough night for me, too.

Phyllis: Yeah?

Damon: It's okay. I'm all right. You're all right.

Phyllis: Okay. I wanted to be there for you.

Damon: You were. And you are.


Kay: Jill, you're not eating. Is there something wrong?

Jill: No, no, I-- I'm just meeting Elliot at Yves' for an early lunch. I don't want to eat too much.

Kay: Well, I wo-- I hope it won't be too hostile.

Jill: Actually, Mother, there's a very good chance that it will be quite enjoyable.

Kay: Well, then you must have changed your opinion about Mr. Hampton.

Jill: No, I'm just keeping an open mind.

Kay: Well--

Arthur: Must you two discuss business on such a gorgeous day, hmm?

Kay: Oh!

Mac: Yeah, don't you guys have a wedding to plan?

Arthur: Oh, Mackenzieís right. We haven't even begun to make any arrangements.

Kay: Arthur, I wouldn't even know where to start with the arrangements.

Arthur: I was hoping my blushing bride would be able to answer that.

Kay: Would you-- would you please stop that? I mean, it is so silly to be calling me a blushing bride. With my history and at my age, I--mnh-mnh.

Arthur: Well, if it will make you feel any better, you can call me the nervous groom. What about that?

Kay: Oh, Arthur. You're so silly. It is so hard to believe that this is happening.

Arthur: Mm-hmm. It's been a long time coming, hasn't it? But just think, sweetheart, you and I are finally going to become husband and wife. Huh?

Kay: Yes. (Chuckles)


Victor: Mm-hmm. I'm happy to hear that. Then I expect to see the two of you after school. Tell Abby that I'm looking forward to seeing her, all right?

Ashley: Abby's so excited. She can't wait. So you can look for us sometime after 4, okay? Thanks a lot, Victor. Bye-bye. Wait a second. Before you say anything, tell me how it went, dropping off Abby for her first day of school.

Brad: I am so happy I had a chance to do it. It's a day that only happens once a year.

Ashley: Well, don't say that. Now I feel left out.

Brad: Well, you can take her to her first day at the Rec Center. That is what you were talking to Newman about when I came in, right?

Ashley: Yeah. I'm gonna take her there after school. I want her to be involved from the very first day.

Brad: Of course you do. I'm sure Daddy number two feels the same way.


Victor: You seem very intent on your task.

Nikki: Yes.

Victor: Well, what are you doing?

Nikki: I'm sorting these pictures. Victor, please don't distract me. I have to get this done.


Phyllis: All this time, me talking about losing Daniel... finding him...

Damon: Well, I wanted to support you. You know, these demons of mine, they've already destroyed so much in my life. I didn't want to let them take one more thing from me. Least of all you.

Phyllis: I can't even imagine what it felt like, losing your ch--

Damon: Shh.

Damon: The other day in a drugstore, I heard a little boy saying, "Daddy, Daddy," just that simply. And I turned to look, and it was only for seeing him that I was reminded...

Damon: Elias ain't here. But Daniel-- and all his bravado-- most certainly is. And that's why you got to take control, Phyllis. No matter what he says or does, you have to put him first, before us, before everything.

Phyllis: I know. I know. I was afraid that if I set too many rules, I would lose him.

Damon: Yeah, well, that's exactly what he's counting on.

Phyllis: Okay.

Damon: That's the way he's gonna manipulate you.

Phyllis: Right.

Damon: Trust me. He'll respect you. That counts for a lot more in the long run.

Phyllis: I know. You're right, you're right, you're right, you're right, you're right.

Daniel: Gee, what a romantic moment. Where's my camera?


Mac: I'm sure that Lauren will help you find the perfect wedding gown, Grandma.

Kay: Oh, yes. Mm-hmm.

Arthur: And Esther is already talking to Gina about the food and the cake.

Jill: What about Mackenzie and me? Won't you let us do something?

Arthur: Why don't you two girls handle the decorations?

Kay: But will you have time?

Jill: Of course. I will make the time.

Mac: Do you guys have a color scheme in mind?

Kay: Why don't you surprise us?

Jill: All right, music, music. What, a small band, a string quartet?

Mac: Maybe a whole orchestra.

Kay: Oh, stop it. Stop it.

Arthur: Absolutely right.

Kay: Stop, everyb--everybody, please, just stop. I mean, we don't have to go to all this trouble. If I had my druthers, the two of us would go down to city hall, and we would get married.

Arthur: Not on your life, woman.

Kay: Oh, dear.

Arthur: You and I are going to have a proper wedding.

Jill: Well, you better, because this is a momentous occasion. I am finally going to be legitimate.

Arthur: (Laughs)

Mac: And this way, your family and friends can help you celebrate.

Kay: Oh, yes. (Laughs)

Jill: Okay, let's talk about this later. I'm going to get my day started here.

Arthur: And I'm off to see about a new tux.

Kay: Oh, really?

Arthur: Uh-huh. I want to be dressed in style when you become my wife. All right?

Kay: All right.

Arthur: Give me a kiss.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Arthur: (Whispers) see you later.


Dru: Neil?

Neil: Mm-hmm?

Dru: Must you leave the newspaper on the table? Would you put that over there, darling?

Neil: I thought Lily might wanna read it. There's an article about Kevin Fisher saving her life.

Lily: Oh, that is okay. I was there at the coffeehouse yesterday when the reporters were interviewing him.

Devon: You guys should have been there to see it. They were all over him.

Lily: Yeah, it was crazy.

Dru: You know, I for one cannot wrap my brain around regarding Kevin Fisher as a hero. I just...

Devon: You know, I still don't even like the guy. I mean, so he does one good thing, you know? If he thinks you and him are suddenly gonna be friends now, I might have to make him think again.

Dru: Excuse me.

Lily: You know, hopefully, he'll just leave me alone.

Neil: That boy needs counseling, and lots of it.

Lily: Yes, that is for sure.

Dru: Let's just forget about Kevin Fisher for a minute. As long as you're okay, we're okay.

Neil: Hear, hear. Would someone named Devon pass me the pancakes, please?

Devon: Yeah.

Lily: Are you sure you have enough there?

Devon: I don't know. I might have to take a couple to go.

Lily: To go? Where?

Neil: Thank you.

Devon: To school. I got this big project due next week.

Lily: Ohh. You're thinking that far ahead?

Neil: I got it.

Devon: Yeah, surprised, huh? But the thing is, I don't know where to start with it, though.

Lily: We can go to the library later if you want.

Dru: Ooh.

Devon: Cool. I'll meet you there.

Dru: You hear that, Neil? They're going to the library together.

Neil: Yes, I heard them, Dru.

Dru: Okay, I'm just...

Lily: Are you guys okay?

Dru: We're fine. We're fine. Sweetie, I have, um, a business trip that's gonna require three days out of town, and I didn't know if you'd be okay with that with everything that's been happening.

Lily: It doesn't bother me. No reason why you shouldn't go. Everything's been so crazy around here. I think the next few days should be pretty boring, right?


Damon: Daniel, good morning.

Daniel: Don't worry about me, guys. You can have your privacy. I'm taking off.

Phyllis: Oh, no, no, you're not. You're staying.

Daniel: So you can lecture me again?

Damon: You know, your mother is just showing her concern for you.

Daniel: Do you need an interpreter?

Damon: You know, I was wondering, is your judgment so poor that you would let a fella like this--this Alex guy-- to enter your mother's home?

Daniel: You know, you don't know anything. You weren't here.

Damon: I know he insulted and threatened your mother.

Daniel: Ah, that was all just talk.

Phyllis: Oh, no, it wasnít.

Damon: And you didn't see where he was out of line to the point where she would have to slap him?

Daniel: Dude, she was the one who was out of line. That was such a stupid thing for you to do.

Phyllis: Excuse me?

Damon: Three things. One--don't you ever let me catch wind of you talkin' about your mother that way, ever. Two--I strongly suggest you take that bass out of your voice, and three--call me "dude" just one more time, and let's watch what happens.


Ashley: Please don't start picking a fight about the visitation, Brad.

Brad: Mmm, mmm! Honey, that is the last thing I wanna do. We've fought enough about it. No, I'm going to give this Rec Center idea a chance, and hopefully, Victor will live up to his end of the bargain.

Ashley: I think he will. He wants this as much as we do, and I'm so grateful, because going to court for a custody battle would have been a total nightmare.

Brad: Thank you.

Ashley: For what?

Brad: For talking to Victor, telling him how I felt about unsupervised visitation.

Ashley: Well, you didn't give me much room to negotiate.

Brad: Even so, you accepted my feelings, and now at least we have a temporary solution.

Ashley: Well, thank you for going along with Victor's compromise.

Brad: That's what marriage is all about, isn't it? Compromise.

Ashley: That's right. I think it's a real testament to the strength of our marriage that we're finally able to move past this.


Victor: I don't recall seeing these photographs.

Nikki: No, you havenít.

Victor: Where'd they come from?

Nikki: I dug them out of the attic.

Victor: Oh. Why?

Nikki: 'Cause I wanted to see them.

Victor: Is there any reason?

Nikki: Victor, why are you interrogating me? It feels like you're giving me the third degree.

Victor: Why are you so defensive?

Nikki: I just need to concentrate and do this.

Victor: These are pictures from your childhood.

Victor: Is that you?

Nikki: Yes.

Victor: May I see it? Honey, may I see it?

Victor: How old were you here?

Nikki: Um, about 5, I guess.

Victor: Wow. I wonder if you've even noticed it.

Nikki: What?

Victor: The similarity. You look like... you look like Abby here.

Nikki: Oh, my God. You have Abby on the brain. Everything in your life is tied to her, it seems.

Victor: I just hope that one day you can accept that she's part of our lives.

Nikki: Well, Victor, I don't have any particular desire for her to be part of our lives.

Victor: What, even knowing how important she is to me?

Nikki: Oh, my God! Does it ever occur to you that everything in my life does not revolve around you? I don't wanna talk about Abby. I don't wanna talk about Ashley or anything. Just... go do something else.


Lily: Where's my chemistry book? Oh, there it is.

Devon: So what's the deal with your parents?

Lily: What do you mean?

Devon: They were acting a little weird at breakfast.

Lily: Oh, they're just like that sometimes-- probably what my mom said about her going out of town on this business trip.

Devon: You know, I don't get you guys.

Lily: What?

Devon: Where I'm from, folks don't keep their feelings all bottled up. If something's on your mind, they say it, you know? Everything's out in the open.

Lily: And you like that?

Devon: Yeah, what's not to like about it?

Lily: Well, you can't always say what you're feeling.

Devon: Why not?

Lily: Because other people might get hurt.

Devon: That's dumb.

Lily: No, it's not. It's just that when people care about each other, they act a certain way. I mean, even if they wanna say something, they wonít. It's like when my parents are trying to teach me one of their lessons. Now they could just come out and tell me what to do, but they donít. They'll just sit back and let me try and figure it out on my own. And they think they're being sneaky, but whatever.

Devon: Well, it still seems kinda weird to me.

Lily: Well, don't worry. You will have plenty of time to figure how things work around here.

Dru: Mmm-mmm-mmm. Damn shame. Devon's doing so well here at our home.

Neil: With any luck, he'll continue to make progress.

Dru: I don't know how you'd do that, living in a level 12 group home.

Neil: I know it sounds grim, but if Devon has changed this much in such a short period of time...

Dru: You know, he needs love and a family, and, um, I don't think he's gonna get that, you know,at the group home.

Neil: We've been over and over this. I'm sorry, but there's no other way.

Dru: Yes, there is, and you know there is, Neil.

Neil: Listen to me. I'll be as gentle as possible when I break the news to him. Devon's a tough kid.

Dru: Yeah, because he's had to be. He's been told over and over again that he's not wanted. Unfortunately, he wasn't expecting that here.


Brad: Honey, for the record, I never stopped believing in our marriage. I wanted things to work out so badly. I just had to protect my relationship with Abby.

Ashley: I knew that. That's why I stood by you.

Brad: You don't know how much it means to me that you did.

Ashley: Well, when I married you, I said I was gonna be here through thick and thin, and damn it, I'm gonna keep that promise. (Chuckles)

Brad: Well, maybe now with a little cooperation from Victor, we can all start focusing on what's best for Abby.

Ashley: Honey, I think the Rec Center is gonna be a wonderful place for her. I'm excited about it.

Brad: She is so excited about it. Did you see her little face light up? That's what really got to me.

Ashley: You're such a good Dad.

Brad: (Sighs) I just wanna do the right thing for Abby. Her happiness is the most important thing to me.

Ashley: Well, to me, too. I know you're not gonna wanna hear it, but it is to Victor, too. I think this is the beginning of a whole new phase. Just please let it be that, okay, please?


Victor: Why are you so upset with me?

Nikki: I can't even worry about you right now.

Victor: What do you mean by that?

Nikki: Look, you have not had time for me for days, for weeks. Anything that I may have needed from you-- it just wasn't important enough to get your attention. You have been too wrapped up in your life, in your desperation with this new daughter, in your Rec Center, in your fight to the death with Brad.

Victor: And for your information, we are making strides along those lines.

Nikki: (Sighs) I am so happy to hear that.

Victor: What has this bitterness come from? I don't get it.

Nikki: Do you understand how isolated I feel from you right now?

Victor: Well, ditto.

Nikki: (Sighs)

Victor: Do I need to remind you that I have a hell of a lot of things to attend to?

Nikki: Just please, please stop this.

Victor: Sweetheart, what are you looking for? What are you looking for?

Nikki: There it is. I knew we would find it. Here it is.

Victor: Here's what? What have you found?

Nikki: You see this boy?

Victor: Yeah.

Nikki: He's dead. And you know why he's dead?

Victor: No.

Nikki: Because of me. I killed him.

Victor: What do you mean, you killed him?

Nikki: I killed this sweet child. I killed him.


Mac: I love your engagement ring, Grandma. It's beautiful.

Kay: (Chuckles) it's an antique, just like me.

Mac: Oh, come on. Don't talk that way. You and Judge Hendricks are gonna have a wonderful marriage, and I'm glad that you decided to let us make such a big deal out of your wedding.

Kay: Well, you and Jill-- I mean, it's a relief to find you two so enthusiastic.

Mac: Are you kidding? It's one of the most important days of your life.

Kay: Well, no, I'm saying that the two of you finally agree on something for a change.

Mac: It's more like a miracle, actually. You know, it wasn't long ago that we thought you'd given up on life.

Kay: Oh, sweetheart, believe me, believe me, I am going to cherish every day of my new future.

Mac: Arthur is such a wonderful man, and it's so obvious he adores you.

Kay: Yeah. How strange meeting after all these years. I... I just truly have to believe that it was meant to be.

Mac: Do you want me to get you anything before I leave?

Kay: No. No, thank you, darling. I'm just, you know, I'm fine. I'm just going to stay out here and enjoy the morning and relish my good fortune.

Mac: You have a nice day, okay?

Kay: Yes, darling. Thank you. You too.

Mac: I love you so much.

Kay: And I love you, too.


Neil: So what do you want me to do?

Dru: Well, do you think you could wait until after my business trip? It's only gonna be three days, and they'll hold that slot. I just wanna help soften the blow.

Neil: That's not what you said last night.

Dru: Neil, I've slept on it, okay? I realize that I got this ball rolling, and I'm the one that told him how important it is to be a part of a family, and I'm the one that told him to go to high school and to finish college, and I just don't wanna punk out at the 11th hour. I need to be there.

Neil: Okay. For what it's worth, I'm glad you feel that way.

Dru: You know, this is gonna devastate him. We are the best thing that's ever happened to this boy's life.

Neil: (Sighs) honey, if there was another alternative that was fair to Lily, I'd take it, but there isnít.

Dru: Yeah, yeah, right, you keep telling yourself that.

Neil: All right, Mama, listen, I gotta get to the office. Um, why don't you call me the moment that your plane touches down, all right? I wanna hear from you. Drucilla...

Dru: (Sniffles) what?

Neil: I love you.


Lily: So tell me more about this project you have for school.

Devon: Well, I don't know that much about it.

Lily: Well, what class is it for?

Devon: It's for history. I gotta write this biography about a famous person.

Lily: Oh, who are you gonna write about?

Devon: I don't know. Who do you think I should pick?

Lily: It doesn't matter to me. It's your report.

Devon: Yeah, but you said you're gonna help me out, though, right?

Lily: Exactly. I'm going to help you. I'm not gonna do your work for you. You're gonna get this "a" all by yourself.

Devon: Oh, an "a"?

Lily: Yes, an "A." You're a lot smarter than you think. Come on. You are. I know that if you work really hard, you can be great at anything. I promise you. Okay, well, I have to go to school, but I will meet you at the library later, okay?

Devon: Yeah, all right. An "A." Yeah, like that'll ever happen.


Daniel: Mom, why are you letting him lay this trip on me?

Phyllis: Um, well, if the shoe fits...

Damon: You know, when you associate with people that haven't got the first concern--

Daniel: You know what? I've heard it all before.

Damon: That attitude could get you killed.

Daniel: Is that a threat?

Damon: Are you feeling threatened, slick?

Phyllis: You know, he knows what he's talking about.

Damon: I know something else. I know you're not fooling anybody. Underneath all the posturing, I know there's a good man in there.

Daniel: You know, you don't know me. You don't know anything about me.

Phyllis: Daniel, listen--

Daniel: No, no, no, no. I don't have to listen to this. He is not my father. He's just some dude that's doing my mom.

Phyllis: Whoa, whoa, whoa! Wait a second. "Some dude who's doing my mom"? Are you kidding me? You don't talk to me like that. And the days of talking to him like that are over. Do you understand that?

Daniel: The days of me talking to him ever are over.

Phyllis: Okay, right, look, I'm gonna walk you out, all right? You're staying right here. Don't you move.

Phyllis: I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

Damon: You don't need to apologize for him.

Phyllis: I do. I didn't raise him. I mean, if I raised him--

Damon: You know what? If you did, we might be standing here today having the exact same conversation, don't you think? I tell you something else. In a funny way, he's really not supposed to know any better. Am I right? I mean, he's supposed to be thinking its fun to flirt with danger. He's supposed to be flexing and posing and feeling his machismo. All right?

Phyllis: Right. I mean, I'm just terrified. I think he's hanging around the wrong crowd or something. I can't protect him. I can't do anything to protect him.

Damon: Well, you're gonna try.

Phyllis: Right. Sorry. I probably shouldn't be talking to you about this.

Damon: I'm glad you do. I can't imagine who better for you to talk to about it.

Phyllis: I know, but you've been carrying all this pain around your heart for so long.

Damon: I am so happy that you are here to listen.

Phyllis: So am I. I am.

Damon: I think you had better go see to your very angry child.

Phyllis: I don't wanna let you out of my sight.

Damon: Oh. He needs you. I'm not gonna anywhere.


Brad: So are you in a hurry to get to work?

Ashley: Why do you ask?

Brad: I was happy when I came home and saw you were still in your robe.

Ashley: This old thing?

Brad: Mm-hmm.

Ashley: I just had a little trouble getting started this morning.

Brad: Oh. Hmm. I thought there might have been some more method to your madness.

Ashley: Oh, who said there isn't? I didn't say why I had trouble getting started this morning.

Brad: Are you saying that it had something to do with me?

Ashley: Mmm. What do you think?

Brad: I think that I love seeing this side of you.

Ashley: What side is that?

Ashley: Hmm?

Brad: What side do you think?

Ashley: I think I'm not in any hurry to go to work this morning, and I think I'd like to spend some time alone with my husband, that's what I think. Is he available?

Brad: Let me check his schedule.

Ashley: You do that.

Brad: Yeah, I think he can pencil you in.

Ashley: Well, good.


Victor: Are you having delusions or something?

Nikki: No. They're not delusions. It really happened. His name was Joshua Cassen. He was my best friend. We were 5 years old, and... after my birthday party... God. I have blocked it out of my mind all these years until they found that skeleton at the Rec Center.

Victor: And that was this boy?

Nikki: I don't know if a positive I.D. has been made or not. You have to ask Paul, but I know that it is. I know that it's him. I remember it.

Victor: Is that why you reacted so strongly when the skeleton was found?

Nikki: I guess so. I killed him with my father's gun.

Victor: Oh, my goodness.

Nikki: And I just wanted to show it to him. When you're a kid, you don't think about, "is it loaded?" Or "is this dangerous?" We were just playing. And it went off. (Crying) I killed him. Victor, I killed my best friend. I can't live with this. I can't live with it.

Victor: I'm so sorry. I had no idea.

Nikki: Oh, I've been wanting to tell you about it. (Sobbing)

Victor: I'm so sorry.

Nikki: Ohh.

Victor: Please forgive me for asking questions, okay?


Daniel: So did you and Mr. Personality figure out how to handle me?

Phyllis: Knock it off! Stop it! If you had any idea what that man has gone through...

Daniel: What? What? What? What?

Phyllis: You wouldn't be acting like such an idiot, playing all these childish games.

Daniel: You know what, Mom? You're overreacting.

Phyllis: You think so?

Daniel: Yeah, you know, when I first moved here, you weren't laying down all these rules and ultimatums.

Phyllis: No, I wasn't doing that because I was so excited to finally be living with my son. I mean, I had no idea how we would coexist.

Daniel: We would get along just fine if you would stay off my back.

Phyllis: That's not gonna happen.

Daniel: Fine, fine. I'll see you later.

Phyllis: No, no, no, you're not going anywhere. You're staying home.

Daniel: Why?

Phyllis: You heard me. You're staying home. You're grounded.

Daniel: (Snorts) (snickers) you can't ground me.

Phyllis: Yes, I can. That's what I'm doing. You're grounded. For now on, you go straight to school. You come straight home. No visitors. No exceptions.

Daniel: Yeah.

Phyllis: Donít... you dare try to defy me.


Devon: So you takin' off?

Dru: Devon. I-I thought you'd left for school.

Devon: Oh, no, I did, but I forgot my lunch money.

Dru: Did Neil give you enough? Do you need some more?

Devon: Oh, no, yeah, yeah. I'm fine, I'm fine, I'm cool. But thanks, though.

Dru: I see you're reading the book I got you.

Devon: Yeah.

Dru: You like it?

Devon: Yeah, it's not too bad. There's a couple words in there I don't know.

Dru: Well, that's why we have dictionaries, okay? I want you to finish it.

Devon: I will.

Dru: Okay, and after this book, I want you to read another and another. It'll expand your vocabulary, your reading skills. It'll be good for you, hmm?

Devon: Hey, are you all right?

Dru: What? Yeah? Why?

Devon: Well, you look so sad.

Dru: Oh, honey, these are tears of pride. I'm just so proud of you. You know, you're on track. It's a beautiful thing to witness.

Devon: Well, it's all because of you.

Dru: Oh, you had a part in it, too, doll.

Devon: But if you and Neil hadn't let me come stay here with you guys, where would I be right now? In some group home, all alone.

Dru: True, but now you have people who care about you. Do you know how special you are?

Devon: I do now because of you, Mrs. Winters. And I just wanna tell you guys that I really, really appreciate everything that you've done for me, and I promise you that I won't let you guys down.

Dru: Oh, Devon. Well, you know, I don't wanna be late for my flight. Oh, what am I doing?

Devon: Well, you have a fun time.

Dru: Yeah, it's a business trip, and I want you to behave yourself while I'm gone, okay?

Devon: I'll do my best.

Dru: Excuse me?

Devon: I'm just playin'. I'll--I'll do-- I'll behave myself.

Dru: Sweet Devon. Okay, I don't wanna miss my flight.

Devon: All right.

Dru: And I don't want you to be late for your first day of school, okay?

Devon: You need help with your bags or anything?

Dru: No, I don't need any help, okay?

Devon: You sure?

Dru: You be good.

Dru: Lock the door.

Devon: All right.


(Doorbell rings)

Kay: I'm coming.

Kay: May I help you?

Man: I hope so. Are you Katherine Chancellor?

Kay: I am.

Man: I'm Harrison Bartlett. I believe you know my stepfather.

Kay: I do?

Harrison: Yes. Arthur Hendricks.

Kay: Oh, yes, of course. Come in, please.

Harrison: Thank you.

Kay: Please, come in. Oh, yes, his, um, his stepson. This way, please. Come right in.

Harrison: Oh, so he's, uh, he's mentioned me?

Kay: Well, he told me that he had a son. Please, please sit down.

Harrison: Well, he, uh, adopted me when I was young, but, uh...

Kay: Well, you were estranged.

Harrison: Something like that. That's kinda putting it lightly.

Kay: Yes, well, I think it's only fair to tell you that he and I are going to be married.

Harrison: Married? That's a mistake.

Kay: Mistake? What do you mean, mistake?

Harrison: Is Arthur here?

Kay: No, he is not.

Harrison: Well I think we should have a little talk.

Kay: Mr. Bartlett, I really don't know what this is all about, but I have to tell you, you are frightening me.

Harrison: Well, you know what? You should be frightened. You have every reason to be. Now sit down, and I'll tell you why.


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

Paul: If you give Lauren any grief, you're gonna have to answer to me.

Victor: Are you sure that what you remember was real?

Nikki: The gun went off in my hands.

Harrison: You were warned, Mrs. Chancellor.

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