Tuesday Y&R Transcript 9/7/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 9/7/04--Canada; Wednesday 9/8/04--USA

By Eric
Proofread by Emma         

Kay: You say I'm in danger.

Harrison: I'm afraid so.

Kay: From Arthur?

Harrison: Yes.

Kay: Oh, that's ridiculous.

Harrison: Listen, y-you don't know him.

Kay: I do know that the two of you had a falling out. And that does happen in the best of families, believe me, I know. But for you to come here trying to frighten me, trying to--to ruin any happiness that I have found with your father--

Harrison: He's not my f-- he's not my father!

Kay: All right, all-- please, please, just-- just lower your voice. Now if you would like to come back when Arthur is here and air your grievances with him, you are most welcome to do so. But I don't really appreciate this dramatic nonsense of yours, trying to tell me I'm in danger from a sweet and lovely man like Arthur Hendricks.

Harrison: Mrs. Chancellor, I didn't come all this way to lie to you.

Kay: Oh, please. I don't know you from a bar of soap. Now, you know, please, please. Arthur is going to be back later, and I-- oh, by the--better yet, why don't you leave your phone number?

Harrison: He killed her.

Kay: What?

Harrison: He killed my mother. And that's the reason why I'm here. 'Cause if he has a chance, he's gonna kill you.


Phyllis: How's your schoolwork coming? Do you need some help from your mom?

Daniel: How long am I supposed to be grounded for?

Phyllis: Depends.

Daniel: Yeah? What's that mean?

Phyllis: Tell me where you met that kid Alex.

Daniel: Why? What's the big deal?

Phyllis: I wanna know how you got mixed up with him in the first place.

Daniel: Okay, look, I'm sorry. Can't I get some kind of "get out of jail free" card?

Phyllis: (Sighs) "sorry" doesn't cut it, sweetie.

Daniel: Figures.

Phyllis: Yeah. Look at you. You're so smug. You been going to school with rich kids with good families. That boy Alex comes from a whole different world.

Daniel: Yeah, well, I can handle it.

Phyllis: Yeah? You think so? You don't "handle" a kid like Alex. You walk away. Or else you get in a whole lot of trouble.


Trevor: What's up, Kev?

Kevin: Hey. Hey, guys.

Man: Hey, what's up, man?

Kevin: The lovely Ms. Fenmore, I presume.

Lauren: Well, hey. I didn't see you come in here.

Kevin: What you doin'?

Lauren: I'm going over last month's sales report. And you?

Kevin: Yeah, so listen, do you notice anything different about me?

Lauren: Like, okay, what? I'm not seeing anything.

Kevin: Well, look around.

Lauren: Uh, all right.Wh-what am I looking for?

Kevin: Well, that's just it. Nothing. Don't you get it?

Lauren: Okay, I am seriously not following you here.

Kevin: Okay, well, it used to be that I couldn't come in here without being treated like the plague. And suddenly, last night, people are practically worshipping me. Man, I wish you could've been here to see it.

Lauren: What are you talking about?

Kevin: Um, I'm talking about being a hero for saving Lily. There were reporters here interviewing me. Yeah, yeah, I'm being treated like a normal person for once in my life.

Lauren: I'm really glad for you.

Kevin: Yeah? Prove it.

Lauren: What?

Kevin: Have dinner with me, tonight, The Colonnade Room.

Lauren: Oh, wow. That's awfully fancy and expensive.

Kevin: Well, you're worth it to me, every penny.

Lauren: It's so flattering. It is. I-I just--

Kevin: Listen, a woman like you only comes along once in a guy's life, so, uh, don't you say no now. Not when everyone else is finally accepting me.


(Door closes)

Chris: Christine Blair reporting for duty.

Michael: So you remembered how to find the place.

Chris: It hasn't been that long.

Michael: So tell me, how is it? Your first day back in your old stomping grounds.

Chris: Wonderful. Though my office leaves a little something to be desired.

Michael: Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I was using it as a storage room while you were gone.

Chris: Oh, so much for keeping it the shrine.

Michael: No, I was hoping that maintenance had it cleared out, but they're impossible. I can--

Chris: Michael, its okay. Today I'll use the conference room.

Michael: All right.

Chris: So where do we start? Do you have some juicy case with my name on it in here?

Michael: It is gonna be so great having you back. It's gonna feel just like old memes again-- you and me working together, side by side.

Chris: Aren't you forgetting someone?

Michael: Hmm. Are you referring to our new in-house private detective?

Chris: Yes.

Michael: Mm. Tell me I'm not gonna regret agreeing to this.

Chris: You wonít. We're all adults. There is no reason why the three of us can't work together, as long as you and Paul show each other a little bit of respect.

Michael: I will if--

Paul: Baldwin! I need to talk to you. Oh, hi, Chris.

Chris: Hi.

Michael: Problem?

Paul: Yes, there is a problem. Why isn't my name on the lobby directory downstairs?

Michael: Well, if you'd--

Paul: I have a lot of important clients. They need to be able to find me. If you have a problem with that, you know, maybe we should rethink this whole thing.


Nikki: So I did it. I killed him.

Victor: My sweetheart, it was an accident. You were just a child then.

Nikki: So was Joshua. I grew up, and he didnít.

Victor: Are you sure that what you're remembering is real?

Nikki: The gun went off in my hands.

Victor: And then what happened?

Nikki: And then my father woke up, drunk as usual. He was so upset. He was yelling at me. He said, "If you tell anybody what happened..." he said that somebody would come and take me away. I was so scared.

Victor: Oh, sweetheart. Oh, baby. What happened to the body?

Nikki: He-- he scooped him up and took him away. I never knew what happened to him.

Victor: Until they found the child's skeleton behind the Rec Center.

Nikki: I know that it's him. I know it.

Victor: (Sighs) that's a horrendous story. Are you sure your memory isn't playing tricks with you?

Nikki: Victor, I'm not crazy.

Nikki: This boy is dead. I didn't make that up. I know--I know what I'm remembering is real. I just have to find a way to deal with it.

Victor: I'm sorry, my baby. I'm sorry.


Jill: Thank you.

Elliot: Mm-hmm. You all right?

Jill: No. Mnh-mnh.

Elliot: Anything I can do to help?

Jill: Not a thing. Thank you for asking.

Jill: They axed it.

Elliot: What?

Jill: Those idiots that I work with-- the board of defectives-- they cut the men's line. Can you believe it? Not cut it back, cut it out. Gone. Not there. After years of creating a suite of viable products that people know and love... it was an utterly senseless act.

Elliot: What's their reasoning?

Jill: Oh, they have no reasoning. It was vindictive. It was an act of personal animosity.

Elliot: It's gonna be okay. We'll take a break from that, okay? Have a nice lunch. You like crab cakes? They're the best.


Lauren: All right, let's compromise. Buy me another cup of coffee.

Kevin: No, no, no. That's not enough. I want to do something special for you, for us.

Lauren: Hey, friends can share a cup of coffee and, uh, you can still express whatever it is you're feeling.

Kevin: Ugh. Donít. Don't do that. Don't brush this off. A cup of coffee doesn't come close to saying what I mean.

Lauren: (Sighs) Kevin, I know that this is a really special time for you right now. But I think that your money would be far better spent if you take out your new friends, not me.

Kevin: But that's not what I want. I want to take you out.

Lauren: It'll give them a chance to get to know you better, the real you.

Kevin: Right. They never gave a damn before.

Lauren: Well, maybe they will now.

Kevin: Yeah, but not like you. Come on, Lauren, put me out of my misery. Say yes to me.


Chris: Paul, relax. We will get your name on the directory.

Paul: When? I have meetings this afternoon. What am I supposed to do, stand in the lobby and usher my clients into the elevator?

Michael: I've already talked to the building manager. Getting your name in the directory is no problem. Maintenance is on its way. However, there is one other little problem.

Paul: What?

Michael: The build-out to your office, it's not quite finished.

Chris: Oh, God.

Michael: I take it you haven't seen it yet.

Paul: You are kidding me.

Michael: All right.

Paul: Michael, you promised I'd be up and running this afternoon.

Michael: It is the contractor. I'm sorry. I had no idea this was gonna happen.

Paul: Oh, great. Well, I completely understand. I will just issue my clients little hard hats as they step into my office.

Michael: Please!

Paul: This is a bad idea.

Chris: You know, just please don't give up so quickly. We'll share an office until your office is ready. It won't take long, right?

Michael: I truly apologize.

Paul: Says who?

Michael: I know this is a big transition for you. You're used to flying solo, and now you have to deal with two office mates.

Paul: All right, I signed on for this. I will make it work.

Chris: And so will we, won't we, Michael?

Michael: You bet. Hallelujah.

Chris: Okay. So back to my first case...

Michael: Oh, oh, I hope you're ready to jump in with both feet, because it's a doozy.

Chris: What is it?

Michael: Well, you both know who Dexter Communications is?

Chris: Yeah, they've been all over the news.

Paul: They went belly-up earlier this year, didn't they?

Michael: Yes, because management played fast and loose with the accounting and padded the profit margins. Now some of the former employees are suing to get their pension back. And they're looking for legal representation.

Chris: This could be huge.

Michael: Could be. We don't know yet. First things first. We have to start taking depositions, get the lay of the land. I'm swamped, which is why I'm hoping you don't mind going to Milwaukee by yourself.

Chris: Oh, I don't mind at all.

Michael: It might take a few days to talk to everyone involved.

Chris: That's all right. That's okay. I'll leave right away.

Michael: I thought you'd say that, which is why I took the liberty of booking your hotel room. Now all the information is in this folder.

Chris: Okay.

Michael: Okay.

Chris: I will take it from here. Thanks.

Michael: Excellent.

Paul: Oh, swell. You're deserting me on my first day in the office.

Chris: Oh, I think you'll survive without me.

Michael: I'm not sure I will.

Paul: I heard that.

Michael: Oh, please. Your hearing works.

Chris: Wait, stop. You both have my cell phone. I'm gonna go to Milwaukee and wrap this up as soon as I can. In the meantime, please, please do me a favor. Play nice.

Chris: Play nice. Good-bye.

Michael: Bye. Find out tonight


Daniel: Mom, I am 16. I can handle myself, and I didn't even invite Alex over here. He just showed up.

Phyllis: He just showed up? Really? Hmm, he's very dangerous.

Daniel: Yeah, you're right, so the less you know, the better. So can we please just drop it?

Phyllis: I'm sorry. I can't ignore it.

Daniel: Look, I promise. I won't have anything more to do with him.

Phyllis: I'm glad you see it my way. Why are you giving him the time of day?

Daniel: Well, you know, it's not exactly like I have a whole lot of friends here in Genoa City. And we just started hanging out, so what's the big deal?

Phyllis: Wow, that's a red flag.

Daniel: A red flag for what?

Phyllis: Um, drugs.

Daniel: You think I'm taking drugs?

Phyllis: Are you?

Daniel: No, I wouldn't be that stupid. You believe me, right?

Phyllis: Well, I didn't say that. I remember how I tried to snow my parents when I was your age.

Daniel: Why would I want to snow you? Is that what Mr. Personality told you, that I'm taking drugs?

Phyllis: You know what? Let's leave Mr. Personality out of this.

Daniel: Well, I don't know. Can we leave him out of it? What's his deal, anyway?

Phyllis: We're getting sidetracked here. You know what, Daniel? You're smart, you're really good-looking, and I bet you conned all of your friends at the boarding school with that gorgeous smile of yours. But when it comes to conniving, I'm better.

Daniel: You know, I don't believe--

Phyllis: No, no, no. Listen to me. If you're trying to pull the wool over my eyes, it's not gonna take me a long time to figure it out.

Daniel: You don't trust me at all, do you? You know, if I wanted to leave right now, you couldn't stop me.

Phyllis: You leave, and I'll lock that door behind you, and you're gone for good.

Daniel: I don't believe it.

Phyllis: Try me. (Telephone rings) (Ring)

Phyllis Hey. Hi, I thought it was you. I know. I do, too. Okay, I'll see you in an hour. All right, sounds great. Bye. I'm going out. Um, I'm going into town. You're still grounded. That means no friends over, no phone calls, no exceptions, as we said earlier. Remember, I have eyes in the back of my head.

Daniel: Yeah?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Daniel: How can you see with all that hair?

Phyllis: (Giggles) hey, let's have dinner together. Later.

Daniel: Later.


Joshua: Is it real?

Nikki: I think so. It's heavy.

Joshua: Can I see?

Nikki: No.

Joshua: Come on, I want to hold it, too.

Nikki: No, I found it. You can't touch it.

Joshua: Be careful.

Nikki: Stick 'em up!

Joshua: I want to be a robber.

Nikki: I said, "stick 'em up."

Joshua: I want to try it.

Nikki: No, it's mine! (Gun fires)

Nikki: No, Josh, no! (Screams)

Nicholas: Shut up! Shut up! You little idiot, look what you've done. Look what you've done. You can never tell anyone about this. Do you understand me, Nikki? Never tell anyone, ever.


Victor: It's all right, my baby.

Nikki: We were such best friends in kindergarten, and then I just forgot about him. How could I do that?

Victor: Well, do you think perhaps your mind was just trying to protect itself?

Nikki: I know, but to block it out so completely for all these years?

Victor: It was because your father threatened you. You blocked it out of your mind. You just erased it.

Nikki: Yes, I did, and now I have this blood on my hands.

Victor: Let me ask you something. Do you think it's possible your father is at fault?

Nikki: He was a horrible bastard-- I know that-- but he didn't pull the trigger. I did.

Victor: Yeah, but what I'm trying to say is he might as well have pulled the trigger. He left a loaded gun in a house full of children. I think he's the one to blame.

Nikki: I wish I could believe that, but I can't, I just canít.


Kay: Are you completely insane?

Harrison: I wish that was the case. I wish what Hendricks did to my mother and did to me, I wish it was just a bad dream.

Kay: Oh, well, you are a bad dream, so just go away.

Harrison: Okay, okay, I know you think I'm some kind of a crackpot, I'm some disgruntled stepson who's just out for revenge. Now you can decide that, but first listen to what I have to say.

Kay: I've already made my mind up. You are a crackpot, and obviously you know nothing about Arthur Hendricks.

Harrison: Yes, I do, but not by the facade that he puts on. I know him by his deeds.

Kay: Oh, your interpretation of his deeds.

Harrison: Just hear me out.

Kay: As I've told you, no, thank you. Now you can come back with Arthur when he's here, and he can make you out toe e the liar you are.

Harrison: Yeah, of course! He's gonna say I'm full of poison, I'm just angry, okay? But if you just listen to me for one second here--

Kay: No, no.

Harrison: Listen, she was perfectly healthy! She shouldn't have died. Arthur, he never loved her. He just wanted her money, so he killed her. Then he squandered it all on fast living, and that's what he's doing now to you again, to you!

Kay: Oh, fast living? You have the wrong man. Arthur Hendricks, fast living?

Harrison: No, listen, I'll prove it. I will prove it to you. Just let me.


Lauren: I'm sorry. I cannot accept your dinner invitation.

Kevin: Why not?

Lauren: Do I really need to spell this out?

Kevin: I just want to show you how much you mean to me.

Lauren: I know. I have eyes.

Kevin: Then say you'll go out with me. What harm could one tiny, small, measly, little date do?

Lauren: You know I don't see you that way.

Kevin: Okay, fine, fine. Then we won't call it a date. Like you said, just two friends, only we'll be having dinner instead of coffee.

Lauren: You're gonna have to be satisfied with coffee for now, but thank you very much for the sweet and generous offer.

Kevin: Lauren, I'm not giving up. A woman like you is worth fighting for.

Lauren: And you know what? I would really love to see you put this energy into winning something far more valuable.

Kevin: What prize could ever compare to you?

Lauren: When you figure that one out, my friend, you will start solving all your problems.


Paul: Well, I certainly hope this construction doesn't take too long.

Michael: Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, Paul, just a minute, please, please. Uh, I'm just curious about something. How are things going with you and Lauren?

Paul: Lauren? Why do you care?

Michael: I just don't want to see things get awkward for you.

Paul: Awkward how?

Michael: With all these women that you're juggling. I mean, you're gonna be working with Christine. You two share a lot of history, and then there's Lauren. Lord knows you two have had your share of ups and downs. I think that you're just asking for trouble.

Paul: Oh, and you would like to take Lauren off my hands, is that it?

Michael: Well, I didn't say that, did I?

Paul: Oh, give it a rest, Baldwin. You've got feelings for Lauren, and you know it.

Michael: Lauren has been a lifeline for me and my brother. You can understand why I don't want to see her get hurt.

Paul: I would never hurt Lauren.

Michael: Well, not intentionally, but if you and Christine do happen to get back together, then it might happen anyway.

Paul: Now where is that coming from?

Michael: I'm just saying that if you do, then Lauren would become fair game, right?

Paul: If I... yes, I suppose that it would work out that way.

Michael: Unless, of course, you're willing to set her free right now.

Paul: Oh, I get it. So then she would be free to pursue other options.

Michael: Would you have a problem with that?


Elliot: We're going to share an order of crab cakes, a large greek salad, two glasses of chardonnay, please.

Waiter: Thank you, sir.

Jill: Yes, thank you, sir, for taking charge.

Elliot: I'm saving the big calories for that little place I told you about.

Jill: The one out of town?

Elliot: That one.

Jill: Elliot, um...

Elliot: It doesn't have to be anytime soon, just, you know, whenever you feel you can trust me.

Jill: It's not that I don't feel I can trust you.

Elliot: No, it's just that you think that I might be plundering your mother's company and lining my pockets while I'm twisting my mustache.

Jill: You don't have a mustache.

Elliot: And I'm not plundering your mother's company, either. Jill, I like to live well, but I'm not looking for a free ride. I work hard.

Jill: And you like to play hard.

Elliot: I do, and I'd like you to play with me.


Trevor: Thank you.

Phyllis: Hey, what's the little blonde counselor doing? Plotting up new ways to break up loving families?

Chris: Did I ask you to join me?

Phyllis: No, I decided to sit here all by myself.

Chris: Why don't you go sit someplace else, like over there? I'm busy.

Phyllis: I don't think so. I like this table. Busy at work, I see.

Chris: Oh, my God. I was just coming in here for a peaceful cup of coffee before going out of town on business.

Phyllis: Well, like I said, this table appealed to me.

Chris: Oh, don't tell me you're suddenly enjoying my company.

Phyllis: Well, who knows? Maybe I could learn something.

Chris: Give me a break. The only thing you would learn from me is how to mind your own business.

Phyllis: You must really hate it, Christine, don't you? That's why you're in such a foul mood.

Chris: Hate it?

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, knowing that what you tried to do years ago-- rip my son away from me-- failed miserably. You failed, because my son is back where he belongs-- with his mother. That must drive you crazy.


Kevin: Coast clear?

Daniel: Come on, you can only stay for a couple minutes. I don't know how long my mom's gonna be gone.

Kevin: So she actually grounded you, said you couldn't have any visitors?

Daniel: Yeah. Pretty lame, huh?

Kevin: Yeah. I can't believe you're actually putting up with it. You seem like such a rebel.

Daniel: I'm just humoring her. If I wanted to leave, I could.

Kevin: Yeah?

Daniel: How about you?

Kevin: How about me?

Daniel: Still loving that thrill of being a hero?

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, still loving it.

Daniel: Maybe I should get your autograph. I could sell it on eBay.

Kevin: (Laughs) seriously, dude, I never would have been able to come up with a plan that brilliant.

Daniel: Yeah, it's a gift.

Kevin: So what's the story? How come your mom's got you in leg irons?

Daniel: 'Cause I won't tell her about Alex.

Kevin: Man, I hope that guy's out of our lives for good.

Daniel: I wouldn't count on it, Kev. He could turn out to be our worst nightmare.

Kevin: But you said at the coffeehouse that you hadn't heard from him again.

Daniel: Yeah, and then five seconds later, he was in my face.

Kevin: Alex was there last night?

Daniel: He wants to remind us again about how we need to keep up our end of the bargain.

Kevin: Okay. You know, I've been thinking about that. His threats to tell everyone that the thing with Lily was a setup--

Daniel: No, no, they're not just threats.

Kevin: Yeah, but he'd have to be crazy to turn us in.

Daniel: Well, he just might be crazy. I mean, look at the risk he took last night showing up at the coffeehouse.

Kevin: It's a good thing Lily and her friends didn't see him.

Daniel: Oh, I think he likes to live on the edge.

Kevin: Okay, so what? He wants access to the Rec Center, right?

Daniel: And his friends.

Kevin: Probably a bunch of losers, too.

Daniel: No. They're definitely dangerous.

Kevin: I still think you're worrying about nothing.

Daniel: No, you didn't talk to this creep. You know, him and his friends, they make us look like a bunch of little boy scouts.

Kevin: Yeah, but we didn't break any laws, Daniel. Alex is the one who drugged Lily, almost killed her, and unless he wants to deal with the police, he'd be crazy to rat us out.

Daniel: Let's just hope you're right.

Kevin: Seriously, our scam worked out better than I ever thought it would. Only one thing still bums me out, though.

Daniel: What's that?

Kevin: Lauren. After everything I did to impress her, I still can't score a date.

Daniel: You're kidding me right now, right?

Kevin: Huh?

Daniel: You're worried about a chick? We've got all these problems with Alex, we don't know how this stuff's gonna turn out. You need to get your freakin' priorities straight, man.


Victor: Sweetheart, if this was an accident, then you mustn't blame yourself.

Nikki: I have to take responsibility for this. I've been hiding from the truth all these years.

Victor: Think about it for a minute. Responsibility for what? For the fact that there was a loaded gun in the house? You didn't put bullets into it. You didn't put it in a place where kids had access to it. You didn't dispose of the body.

Nikki: I know, I know. I know everything you're saying is true, but it doesn't take any of the guilt away.

Victor: Listen to me carefully. Feeling guilty doesn't accomplish a damn thing.

Nikki: That's why I have to find Joshuaís brother. I have to bring this full circle. He deserves to know what happened to his brother, how his life changed forever because of me.


Kay: Mr. Bartlett, if you can prove that Arthur killed your mother how many years ago...

Harrison: I know what you're gonna say.

Kay: Then why didn't you call the police? I mean, why isn't Arthur behind bars as we speak?

Harrison: It's a little complicated.

Kay: Yes, yes, I bet it is. Now I want you... I want you to leave.

Harrison: No, no, not yet!

Kay: Yes, I want you to leave, and if you don't, I will call the police myself.


Paul: Would I have a problem with you getting together with Lauren? Would it matter if I said yes?

Michael: Well, we are associates now. We've managed to work through a lot of our issues. I'd hate to see things get tense again.

Paul: You know, regardless of my personal situation with Lauren, frankly I can't see her finding any interest in someone like you at all. But, you know, she's a grown woman. I can't hold her back.

Michael: That's mighty big of you.

Paul: I think I'm gonna go sit in my unfinished office. Oh, Michael, colleagues or not, if you give Lauren any grief, you're gonna have to answer to me.


Kevin: Lauren is my priority. What do you think this whole thing has been about?

Daniel: Oh, I'm sorry. Maybe I thought it was about, you know, getting the Winters family on your side.

Kevin: Well, sure, that's part of it, and it worked. You know, they may not love me, but at least they stopped giving me the evil eye, won't cut me off at the knees if I try and find work around here.

Daniel: Good, so be grateful and stop worrying about Lauren Fenmore.

Kevin: I can't, all right? I canít. I'm a hero, Daniel. I'm a celebrity, and I can't get her to have dinner with me. You know what? And that hurts.

Daniel: Well, man, you just need to forget her. There's plenty of beautiful women out there.

Kevin: Yeah, but not like Lauren, you know? It's like we're meant to be together.

Daniel: Okay, now, now you're weirding me out. And she's way too old for you anyway, so what's up with that?

Kevin: Older women dig younger men. Look at Demi and Ashton.

Daniel: Are you serious right now?

Kevin: You know, the timing's perfect, you know? It's like the whole town likes me now, and I just wish I knew what I was doing wrong, you know?

Daniel: Maybe, maybe she could tell you that you're from another planet. Maybe that's your problem.

Kevin: That's nice. That's nice, you know. I thought you were my friend. I thought that maybe I can come to you for pointers or help.

Daniel: Whoa, whoa, wait, you want pointers on how to get chicks right now? No way. Until we see how this whole thing's gonna blow over with Alex, the last thing you need to be doing is obsessing over some lady who's old enough to be tucking you into bed and reading you a bedtime story.


Chris: If you're finished spreading your daily dose of sunshine, maybe you'd like to go sharpen your fangs on someone else.

Phyllis: Am I really bothering you?

Chris: Not enough to waste my time getting into a verbal sparring match with you.

Phyllis: Since you're so good with words, I'm sure you'd win.

Chris: Well, you said it. I didnít.

Phyllis: Christine, Christine, I don't want to fight with you, okay? I'm just here to ask a favor.

Chris: A favor from me? You're kidding.

Phyllis: I want Dannyís contact number.

Chris: I'm surprised he didn't give it to you.

Phyllis: I've been leaving him messages, and he hasn't gotten back to me.

Chris: Do you blame him, given Danielís attitude toward him when he left?

Phyllis: Was he upset? Has he gone sulking?

Chris: No, he's just decided to go lose himself in his music for awhile.

Phyllis: Oh, is he writing nasty songs about me?

Chris: Why is it so important that you reach him?

Phyllis: It's none of your business.

Chris: It has to do with your son, doesn't it?

Phyllis: Like I said, it's really none of your business.

Chris: It's got to be something serious if you're trying to find his father to help you.

Phyllis: No, no, no, give me a break. There are no problems here, okay? Even if there were, and there aren't, I have everything under control.

Chris: Really?

Phyllis: Yes, the minute my son and I were reunited, everything made perfect sense. We're getting along famously. If you don't believe me, ask my son.

Chris: Maybe I will.

Phyllis: I don't-- you stay away from him. Do you hear me? Go muck up somebody else's life.

Chris: Wow, given your reaction, I think I will have a conversation with Daniel and soon.

Phyllis: Oh, really? Oh, really? I thought you were leaving town.

Chris: Unfortunately for you, I won't be gone long.

Phyllis: You know what? It was a mistake to try to have a civil conversation with you.

Chris: I've got to run. You have a lovely day.


Jill: So when you say you like to play hard, by that you mean that you like money?

Elliot: Oh, yes, I do. And anybody who says that they don't is just kidding themselves, covering up for their failure to get rich.

Jill: Wow, that's pretty categorical.

Elliot: Well, that's what I believe. It doesn't mean there aren't pleasures that money can't buy.

Jill: Well, now, see, I'm glad you said that, because otherwise I would have thought you were merely shallow, materialistic and greedy.

Elliot: Oh, but I am all of those things, except shallow, I hope.

Jill: I just... I can't get a fix on you.

Elliot: I'm really not very complicated, Jill. I bring a lot to the table. I take a lot away from the table. I like to live life to the fullest. When it's my time to go, I want to be able to look at life and all that it has to offer and say, "I've been there. I've done that."

Jill: That means you're gonna be a very busy boy.

Elliot: I already am. I'd just like to have somebody to share it all with, someone to laugh with. And laughter is something that's best done when you're not alone. Don't you think?

Jill: I think that you were right about the crab cakes. They're wonderful.

Elliot: Hmm. Cheers.

Jill: Cheers.


Nikki: Victor, I'm not asking for you to understand. I just need to do this.

Victor: Sweetheart, I don't think you've considered all the ramifications of letting this man know the truth.

Nikki: My conscience is telling me I have to do this. I've already called Paul to ask if he could try to locate him.

Victor: Why bring someone else into all this now? It'll just cause greater confusion. Just let it be for awhile. Don't complicate matters.

Nikki: Well, what do you suggest I do?

Victor: Give yourself time to heal.

Nikki: No. I have to go to his brother. I have to tell him the truth. He may have spent his entire life trying to figure out what happened to his brother.

Victor: But have you considered what happens if he doesn't forgive you? Then what?

Nikki: Well, I'll just have to take that risk. I need to find peace.

Victor: But, sweetheart, by trying to find peace, you may create the very opposite. He may not forgive you, and then what? You open a pandora's box. Let it be for awhile. Let me help you through this.


Harrison: Okay, don't call the police. I'll go, I'll go, but just listen to me for a second.

Kay: Yeah, I've heard. I've heard everything you have to say, but I also know that Arthur Hendricks would never harm a fly.

Harrison: A fly doesn't have immense wealth that he could latch onto.

Kay: Mr. Bartlett, would you please...

Harrison: Okay, do me a favor. Just check it out, look into it.

Kay: What do you mean "look into it"?

Harrison: Well, it's easy. It was in all the Seattle papers. The great and noble Judge Hendricks, you know, how he put the bad guys away, but he managed to slither out of town without paying for his own crime. Yeah, what's it gonna cost you, a little time? It might save you some money, sleepless nights, not to mention your life.

Kay: This is ludicrous, for heaven's sakes. Now I told you to get out of here. If you want to talk to Arthur, then you may do so.

Harrison: I don't want to see him.

Kay: What?

Harrison: Did he give this to you?

Kay: Yes, yes, he did.

Harrison: It was my mother's ring. He gave it to her. You're warned. You're warned!


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Phyllis: Oh, no. Are you looking for Damon?

Man: Tell him Ben called. It's about Elias and the guy in prison.

Esther: Judge Hendricks, a murderer? It's more than ridiculous.

Michael: Sooner or later somebody's gonna find out what really happened.

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