Thursday Y&R Transcript 10/7/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/7/04 -- Canada, Friday 10/8/04 -- U.S.A.


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nikki: Brad, please tell me. What happened all those years ago?

Brad: Nikki, why do you want to know?

Nikki: It doesn't matter. It's ancient history to yourself all this time-- an enormous tragedy that shaped your life in so many ways.

Brad: Yeah, well, let me tell you, I tried pretty hard not to let that happen.

Nikki: Well, the trying shapes your life, too.

Brad: Why do you want to know the details? It has nothing to do with you.

Nikki: I know. I know. But--

Brad: No, there's no buts. Listen, we were talking about something that happened when you were a child, then suddenly we're talking about me.

Nikki: Well, it sounds like you experienced something just as bad, maybe even worse. Whatever happened made your family move from Genoa City to Cleveland. And you were very young, too.

Brad: All right, hold it. Do you know something you're not telling me?


J.T.: Hey, what are you doin'?

Brittany: I'm washing my car. What does it look like? What happened to your hair?

J.T.: I got a haircut. What's it look like? Anyway, I'm gonna get a few books and get outta here.

Brittany: Aren't you gonna ask me how it went with the minister?

J.T.: Uh, yeah, sure. How'd it go with the minister?

Brittany: Wonderful. Until my mother came roaring in, told the Reverend not to perform the ceremony. I still can't figure out how she knew we were here. You wouldn't have anything to do with that, would you?


Dru: Um, Victor, you say you have a solution?

Victor: My suggestion is that Devon come out and stay at the ranch for awhile.

Dru: I see. That's, um, that's great.

Lorena: I'm not so sure I agree.

Neil: Why not? I don't see what the problem is if Victor's willing.

Lorena: Taking custody of a troubled child like Devon, even temporarily, is not something that one does on impulse.

Victor: Ms. Davis, I assure you that I'm not doing this on impulse. I'm perfectly aware of the responsibility involved.

Lorena: Are you?

Victor: How many days does he need to stay somewhere?

Lorena: Shouldn't be more than a few days, a week at the most.

Victor: Then you hand him over to me, and I promise you, you will not feel sorry.

Dru: Ms. Davis...

Lorena: How can you be certain the boy won't run away again?

Victor: Let me assure you that he wonít.

Lorena: Mr. Newman, I find your concern for Devon admirable, but I still have problems with this.

Dru: As do I, with all due respect.

Lorena: For one thing, I worry about the emotional effect on the boy, being bounced from place to place. He's gone through so much already. And another thing, our system wasn't designed to accommodate all these special requests and interventions from laypeople, however--

Victor: Ms. Davis, Ms. Davis, you are the professional. Therefore, I am asking you to supervise all of this.

Lorena: Need I remind you, sir, you are a convicted felon on probation?

Victor: Ms. Davis, need I remind you that I was convicted for a business-related infraction? Nothing in my history points to the fact that I couldn't take care of someone like that. I promise you, I will take this very seriously.

Lorena: Tell you what. Despite my personal misgivings, I'm going to run this past my superiors.

Dru: Ms. Dav--

Lorena: It would have to be approved by the court.

Victor: All right, see what you can do.

Lorena: There are no guarantees, and quite frankly, I don't hold out a lot of hope.

Victor: I understand.


Gloria: I'm telling you, the place is a palace. My room is almost as big as this whole apartment. Oh, Kevin, I wish you could see it.

Kevin: Thanks.

Michael: Wouldn't that be a surprise for John Abbott? The man who may or may not have burned down--

Gloria: Hey, hey, hey, Michael, that's enough. Kevin has put all that behind him, haven't you, honey?

Kevin: Yeah.

Gloria: Anyway, everything's going just fabulously with John and me.

Michael: Is that reality or is that all in your head? I never can tell which it is.

Gloria: Michael, you're such a kidder. If you must know, things have progressed.

Michael: Progressed?

Gloria: Mm-hmm. To the bedroom, of course.

Michael: You know, it's a bit early in the morning for me.

Gloria: I bet Kevin is happy for me. Aren't you, sweetie?

Kevin: Yeah. Way to go, Mom.

Gloria: Well, it wasn't all my doing. I mean, John wanted it, too. It's not like I had to twist the man's arm or anything.

Michael: Yeah, I'm sure it wasn't his arm you twisted.


Phyllis: Hi, I'm not sure if I have the right person. Is this the administrator for the Georgia board of paroles and pardons?

Man: That's correct. What can I do for you?

Phyllis: I'm actually calling on behalf of Mr. Damon Porter. I'm calling from Genoa City, Wisconsin.

Man: Ah, yes, Mr. Porter. Are you his attorney?

Phyllis: Yes, I am.

Man: Well, you must be calling about the pardon and parole hearing next week.

Phyllis: Right again.

Man: What do you need to know?

Phyllis: I actually would like to know, um, if my client Mr. Porter doesn't come down and testify at the board, um, is there a chance that this murderer will be released?

Man: Let me explain something to you, Ms...

Phyllis: Summers.

Man: Ms. Summers, we don't like to keep a person in prison if there's cause to believe that he can reintegrate himself into society. And if we can be convinced that it is wise and safe to release him or her, it's likely it will happen, especially if a number of years have been served.

Phyllis: With all due respect, eight years is a very short time to be in prison after casually slaughtering a young child.

Man: It's a very long period of time if you've been locked up, believe me.

Phyllis: So you think this inmate is going to be released, don't you?

Man: I suspect that will happen.

Phyllis: So if Mr. Porter comes to testify on behalf of his murdered son...

Man: It might be a good idea for Mr. Porter to be here. That would depend on his attitude.

Phyllis: His attitude. You don't think it'll change the outcome?

Man: It's unlikely. You have to understand, there are other factors involved here.

Phyllis: So, um, this hearing has to be next week? It can't wait?

Man: Yes. We're talking about a man's life, Ms. Summers.

Phyllis: Yeah, I'm talking about a man's life, too. Thank you for your help.


J.T.: So your mom made a pretty big scene?

Brittany: "Pretty big" doesn't come close. She went down the list of everything that's wrong with Bobby right in front of the minister. It was humiliating.

J.T.: Well, I'm sorry, Brittany.

Brittany: Don't give me that. You're not the least bit sorry.

J.T.: Yeah, I am.

Brittany: Then why did you tell my mom we were meeting with the minister?

J.T.: I didnít.

Brittany: Oh, don't even try denying it. I know it was you. What, did you go running to her the minute you left here this morning so you could tattle?

J.T.: No, no, I didn't do that.

Brittany: Then how did she find out?

J.T.: I was at the Athletic Club, all right? And she came in. I was waiting for Paul, and she sat down and started reading me the riot act. But you should know, I tried to defend you. I told her you were old enough to marry whoever the hell you want to marry.

Brittany: Oh, right.

J.T.: I did. I said it was your decision and that she should accept it.

Brittany: Why would you do that? You've only told me a zillion times that you think I'm making a huge mistake.

J.T.: Yeah, well, I still feel that way. But, hey, it's your life. If you want to throw it away by marrying Marsino, knock yourself out.

Brittany: I'm not throwing it-- look, we're getting off track. You never should've said anything to my mom. You're supposed to be my friend. That means I should be able to trust you. How can I do that when you stab me in the back?


Dru: Devon. Devon...

Devon: What?

Dru: I need to talk to you.

Devon: What about?

Neil: Lorena Davis is in the office right now talking to her superiors.

Devon: Yeah, what to do with me, probably.

Dru: No, it could be good. It could be good.

Devon: I don't think there's no such thing these days, something good.

Dru: Baby, we're trying to work out a plan to keep you outta juvie.

Devon: Yeah, right.

Neil: Do you want to hear it or not?

Devon: Sure. Go ahead.

Dru: Uh, Victor Newman has offered his ranch to you.

Neil: Till a spot in a group home opens up.

Devon: Is this true?

Victor: If Ms. Davis approves, then you can move to the ranch tonight.

Devon: Yeah, well, thanks, but no, thanks, okay?

Neil: Devon, you'll love it out there. It's out in the country-- blue skies, horses. It's a far cry from the city.

Devon: Yeah, well, I like the city, okay? And besides, I've really had it, being the pet project to rich people. I'd be better off in a group home. At least I know the score.

Dru: Would you prefer lockup? Because that's where you're headed if you don't take Mr. Newman up on his offer.

Neil: Hey, kid, the man is doing you a huge favor.

Devon: Yeah, well, you know, I'd rather sleep right here in the Rec Center if I could. I mean, instead of out in the middle of nowhere.

Victor: Well, perhaps we can arrange that.

Dru: Excuse me?

Victor: If the authorities approve, maybe he can stay here.

Neil: What do you mean? Live, sleep, stay right here in the Rec Center?

Victor: Sure. And if you missed school, we'll bring up a tutor.

Devon: Why are you doing all this? What's in it for you?

Victor: Let me just say, son, that I understand what you're going through, more than you realize. I know what rejection is all about, all right?

Devon: And I suppose you're about to tell me that you used to live out on the streets when you were a kid like Mrs. Winters, right?

Victor: I grew up in an orphanage, son. I know what rejection is all about. I know what it means to question authority, all right? At least here, you would be living amongst your peers.

Dru: Victor, you mentioned that, um, you know, to Lorena Davis that you would have Devonís welfare in your best interest.

Victor: Drucilla, that is a promise I intend to keep.

Neil: But if he's here, staying at the Rec Center...

Victor: I will stay here as well.


Phyllis: Ahem. Hey, Christine. Surprised to see me?

Chris: You could say that.

Phyllis: Your secretary wasn't at her desk.

Chris: What brings you by, Phyllis?

Phyllis: Would you believe I have a favor to ask of you?

Chris: Really? What favor could I possibly do for you, except maybe jump out of that window over there?

Phyllis: Oh. (Laughs) yeah, you know, there was a time I would've thrown you out that window myself.

Chris: Mm-hmm. And now I'm in a position to be of some use to you?

Phyllis: Yes, you are. I have to go out of town unexpectedly.

Chris: Don't tell me, you want me to feed your cat while you're gone.

Phyllis: Ha, Christine, come on. Stop cracking me up, or I'll never get to my point. My point, which is... its Daniel. He needs you.


Daniel: If I, uh, told you you had a beautiful body, would you hold it against me?

Mac: That was horrible.

Daniel: Yeah, well, it's the best I could do on such short notice.

Mac: (Chuckles) you weren't trying to pick me up or feed me a line or anything?

Daniel: Me? Not a chance. Besides, I've never, uh, had too much luck with older women.

Daniel: So where have you been? You've been hiding out.

Mac: School, mostly. Have a seat.

Daniel: Thanks. What are you reading?

Mac: "Lord of the Flies" for my American Lit class.

Daniel: Yeah? Simon die yet? Did I ruin it for you?

Mac: I already read the book.

Daniel: Yeah. Why am I not surprised? Did you have any place that you have to be, or can you stick around for a little while?

Mac: I don't have any plans.

Daniel: You want a refill?

Mac: Yeah.

Daniel: I'll be right back.


Michael: So you managed to lure John Abbott into your web of lies and intrigues, huh? What'd you do, get him drunk, take advantage of him?

Gloria: Not quite. In fact, we were drinking coffee.

Michael: Spiked with...

Gloria: Oh! You can be such a pill sometimes.

Michael: (Laughs) okay.

Kevin: (Thinking) I just have to stop thinking about her all the time, fantasizing about her, you know?

Michael: Exactly.

Kevin: Accept that nothing is ever going to happen between Lauren and me. So how well do you know her, Mikey?

Michael: Why?

Kevin: I'm just curious.

Kevin: You always told me that I was wrong for her... that she wasn't my type. And I wasn't hers either, you know? But she is one terrific lady. You might want to think about taking a second look yourself, you know? Keep it in the family.

Kevin: Uh...

Michael: (Chuckles) you never cease to amaze me, you know?


Gloria: Why is it so impossible for you to accept that John finds me attractive and enjoys my company?

Michael: Hmm. Oh, because your pursuit of the man is as subtle as a Calvary charge.

Gloria: Oh, what a lovely compliment.

Michael: Look, John is a decent man. I just don't want to see you make a fool of him, that's all.

Gloria: He's happy to have me in his life. He thinks I'm refreshing.

Michael: Oh, rain is refreshing. You're a monsoon. He doesn't know you like I do.

Gloria: From the day I arrived, you've treated me like I'm one big embarrassment to you.

Kevin: I know what that feels like.

Michael: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. Don't you turn this around on me. You want a better life, Gloria? I want that to happen for you. I do. Believe me, I really do. But for you to try to manipulate a man like John Abbott, hoping to cash in on that relationship? No, that's not the way to a better life.

Gloria: But I've never been with a man like him. He's sweet and kind, and he treats me with respect. I wish you could understand that. I've been waiting for a man like that all my life.

Michael: I understand that. And as much as I relish hearing the finer details of your love life, I gotta get to the office. Kevin, your turn to clean up.

Michael: Look, Gloria.

Gloria: What?

Michael: I want things to work out for you.

Gloria: Huh. You could say it like you mean it.

Michael: I want things to work out for you. I do. Don't be defensive. (Sighs) believe it or not, it was good seeing you.

Gloria: You've been awfully quiet. What's wrong?

Kevin: Nothing.

Gloria: Can't fool me. Moms know these things. Talk to me, Kevin. What's up?


Nikki: Brad, I'm sorry. I know I'm being inquisitive.

Brad: How about nosy?

Nikki: How can just pretend that your history didn't happen? It's part of who you are today.

Brad: It's something I decided to do, all right?

Nikki: But, Brad, you were so young. You didn't have the maturity to know how to deal with a tragedy like this. You reacted as a child would. You saw all the hurt and turmoil around you, and you couldn't deal with it. You pushed your feelings down, you pushed your memories away.

Brad: All right, hold on, are we talking about me or you?

Nikki: Anybody. You can't just pretend the past didn't happen.

Brad: Well, maybe you can't, but I can and I have.

Nikki: No, you only think you have.

Brad: Okay, whatever, Nikki. Have it your way.

Nikki: Brad, please, just tell me what happened.

Brad: Unh-unh. No way. It's not gonna work. Forget it. The door is sealed on that part of my life, and it's going to stay sealed. When we moved to Cleveland, it was tough. But when I got older and could understand my feelings, I knew what I had to do, and I did it. End of story. Now you want to handle your situation differently, be my guest.

Nikki: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to stir things up.

Brad: Really? I think that's exactly what you were trying to do.


J.T.: Look, you got it all wrong, Brittany. I didn't stab you in the back.

Brittany: Then what would you call it?

J.T.: I had no idea she was gonna rush all the way over here.

Brittany: Well, what'd you think she was gonna do? You know how she feels about this wedding. She's against it even more than you are.

J.T.: You know, you're making way too much outta this, all right?

Brittany: Do you want me to be miserable?

J.T.: No, of course not.

Brittany: Then why do you keep trying to come between Bobby and me? He's the man I love. He's the man I wanna marry. Is it not okay for me to have a little happiness? Do you really hate me that much?

J.T.: Oh, stop it, Brittany. You know I don't hate you.

Brittany: Sometimes I really have to wonder.

J.T.: Oh. Look, I'm sorry I said anything to Anita, okay? I don't know what else you want me to say. I didn't mean to upset her.

Brittany: You never mean to. Somehow it seems to happen anyway.

J.T.: I don't understand where this is coming from, Brittany. Didn't you tell me that Anita was the one who set up this whole meeting with the minister?

Brittany: She didn't know we were gonna get together here instead of the church.

J.T.: Well, you coulda told me that! I mean, how the hell am I supposed to know to keep my mouth shut?

Brittany: You just... you have to be more careful.

J.T.: Okay. Yeah, well, I'll remember that next time, thanks. What?

Brittany: You're not up to something, are you?

J.T.: What are you talking about?

Brittany: You and my mother?

J.T.: Oh.

Brittany: You're not conspiring to, like, sabotage my wedding?

J.T.: Give me a break, Brittany.

Brittany: I wouldn't put it past her, involving you in some scheme.

J.T.: No. No. The answer is no. I'm not working with your mom.

Brittany: Promise?

J.T.: Cross my heart. So what happened anyway? Are you and Bobby looking for a new minister now?

Brittany: Reverend Palmer is still performing the ceremony.

J.T.: Really? Wow. Guess your mom's not quite as crafty as she thought.

J.T.: What's the matter, Brittany? You don't look happy.

Brittany: I just... I wish it didn't have to be this way. It's my wedding. It's one of the most important moments of my life. My mom and I shouldn't be fighting. We should be... visiting bridal shops and figuring out how to do my hair-- all the stuff that mothers and daughters do.

J.T.: You really don't think there's a chance she's gonna come around?

Brittany: You're kidding, right?

J.T.: Well, you never know. She might surprise you. Maybe when she realizes that this wedding's gonna happen whether she likes it or not.

Brittany: Well, it's a nice thought, J.T., but I know my parents. And when they've decided they're against something, there's no changing their minds, no matter how much it means to their little girl.


Kevin: It's nothing, Mom, honest.

Gloria: Honey, I can see that something's bothering you.

Kevin: I don't want to get into it.

Gloria: Come on, Kevin.

Gloria: Tell Mommy all about it. Come on.

Kevin: I saw Lauren with Michael at the Athletic Club. And it's pretty clear that they're more than friends.

Gloria: Oh, boy. I was afraid this was gonna happen.

Kevin: What do you mean? Did you know?

Gloria: Well, I...

Kevin: You did know.

Gloria: Not--

Kevin: Why didn't you tell me?


Dru: What did your supervisor say?

Lorena: Much to my surprise, they agreed. Subject to court approval, of course.

Neil: Well, that is really good news.

Victor: I really appreciate you working with me on this, Ms. Davis.

Lorena: I want what's best for Devon, too, Mr. Newman.

Victor: We all do.

Lorena: I still have a few concerns, though.

Victor: All right, why don't we talk about them? Then we can get on.

Lorena: You're a busy man.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Lorena: How can you be certain that you're gonna have the time to give Devon all the attention he requires?

Victor: Ms. Davis, I'm in the position to make time. I'm in the position to delegate work to other people.

Lorena: Well, the only way to make this workable is if Devon agrees. Any resistance on his part, and we are back to square one, a lockdown facility.

Neil: We were talking about that before you came back.

Lorena: So, Devon, what do you have to say to all of this?

Devon: I would be cool with it.

Lorena: Well, then, looks like we have a green light for now. I will, uh, arrange for a court hearing.

Neil: Thank you very much. My wife and I thank you.

Lorena: I have something else I want to remind you of, all of you, Devon included.

Victor: And what is that?

Lorena: This is a short-term solution. I don't want a repeat of what happened with the Winters. No false hopes.

Victor: That is understood. Right, Devon?

Lorena: All right, then. Mr. Newman, as of now, you have physical custody of the boy. I'll notify you for when to appear in court.

Victor: Yep.

Lorena: Probably later today.

Dru: Victor.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Dru: This is very hard for me. I feel as though he's my own. But I thank you, because I know that he'll be safe and sound.

Victor: I understand, okay? He'll be safe here. Don't you worry.

Dru: Devon... I'm so glad you're back. I just wish that we could... Devon, I did try. And no matter what you think, I-I do love you.

Neil: Thanks, Victor.

Victor: Okay. See you later.

Neil: Okay.

Victor: Let me tell you something, son. I know what you feel like right now. I've been there. So let's get busy.


Chris: Daniel needs me?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Temporarily. You're somebody that my son will listen to.

Chris: You're saying he respects me.

Phyllis: Yes, he showed the ability to get into all kinds of trouble. Um, and so I don't want to leave him home alone.

Chris: Of course not.

Phyllis: Right.

Chris: How long will you be gone?

Phyllis: I'm not sure. Maybe a day or so.

Chris: And if I do this, will he stay at my apartment?

Phyllis: I know that'd be easier for you, but, um, he has a new home now, and I'd like for him to stay there. The routine is he comes home right after school.

Chris: You're keeping him on a short leash.

Phyllis: Yes, I am. I am. Listen, I know this is sudden and unexpected, but I really don't have time to stand in your office and get some seminar on my parenting skills, okay?

Phyllis: I'm asking for your help, Christine. Will you help me?


Daniel: So, uh, how have you been? How's school?

Mac: It's good. I'm just getting back into the groove of things.

Daniel: Just because you took that year off?

Mac: Mm-hmm. I'm gettin' there, though.

Daniel: Well, you look amazing. You know, better than ever.

Mac: Thank you. So what's new?

Daniel: Not much. You know, actually, that's, uh, not entirely true. And I want to be honest with you, Mac, about everything.

Mac: Are you okay?

Daniel: Yeah, I'm fine. Just things were looking a little bleak there for awhile.

Mac: Well, do you want to talk about it? I mean, we don't-- we don't have to, I just...

Daniel: Look, let's just say that I did something that wasn't too bright. I'm okay now, and I really learned a valuable lesson.

Mac: Well, that's good, right?

Daniel: I guess.

Mac: Look, don't feel too bad, Daniel. We all make stupid mistakes.

Daniel: That's what I like about you, Mackenzie.

Mac: What?

Daniel: You always look on the positive side, you know? You don't judge other people. Except for younger guys.

Mac: Daniel...

Daniel: You know what? I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but I have to know. Has anything changed, or do you still feel that we're not right for each other?


Kevin: How did you find out about Lauren and Michael? Did you see them together? Did Michael tell you?

Gloria: No, he didn't say a word. Lauren did.

Kevin: She told you?

Gloria: I had to practically pry it out of her.

Kevin: When was this?

Gloria: We ran into each other at the gym.

Kevin: When?

Gloria: Well, why does that matter?

Kevin: It matters a lot. How long ago? When did she tell you?

Gloria: I don't know. It was the day of that harvest moon dance thingy. Whatever. I don't know.

Kevin: You've known since then? Why didn't you say anything to me? You let me go on and on and on about Lauren, about how much I loved her, you know, all these things I wanted to do for her.

Gloria: But I thought that was sweet. You had a crush.

Kevin: A crush?!

Gloria: Yes, like, remember when you had that crush on your third grade teacher? Remember? What was her name? Miss, uh, Farren--Farrell--

Kevin: Mom, this is more than some schoolboy crush. I loved Lauren! I told you that! You knew that! And you knew she was seeing Michael. Why didn't you say anything to me?!

Gloria: Oh, I hate to see you hurt like this.

Kevin: Well, then you shoulda told me the truth.

Gloria: Kevin, please don't be mad at me! I was trying to protect you. I didn't know what to do. Yes, Lauren said that they were seeing each other, but I figured if it was serious, Michael would tell you. You two are so close now.

Kevin: Well, not close enough. God, what an idiot I've been. You know, all this time, Michael saying, "Lauren is not the right woman for you."

Gloria: Please, just calm down, Kevin. Please. I-I don't think either one of 'em meant to betray you.

Kevin: Yeah, well, they did a pretty good job of it.

Kevin: The two people I trusted most.

Gloria: Look, talk to Michael. Don't let something like this ruin things between the two of you.

Kevin: No. No, no way. I'm not saying a word to Michael. Neither are you.

Gloria: But, Kevin--

Kevin: No. Neither of us are saying anything to Michael.

Gloria: (Sighs) look, when you calm down, things--

Kevin: Mom, Mom, I'm gonna handle this my way. You got that?

Gloria: Oh, God.


Victor: I guess it's too late now. Jamal, could I talk to you for a minute? Excuse me.

Jamal: Sure. What is it?

Victor: Um, I'll be bunking here for a couple of days, okay?

Jamal: You stayin' here?

Victor: I'm staying here until Ms. Davis has found a new group home for Devon.

Jamal: Okay. Uh, how can I help?

Victor: You can help by keeping an eye on him while I'm gone. I'm gonna go to the ranch and pick up a few things, all right?

Jamal: No problem. I'll watch him like a hawk.

Victor: And kindly bring two cots out of the storage room.

Jamal: All right.

Victor: Thank you. Devon, I'll be gone for a little while, but I'll be back, all right?

Devon: All right. Well, listen, if you're worried about me taking off, don't be, okay? 'Cause I'm not goin' anywhere.

Victor: I'm not worried.

Devon: You know, I still don't get why you're doing this.

Victor: I don't have enough time right now to tell you my life story. But I said it before. I know what you're going through, son. Underneath that rough exterior is a good kid. I know it.


J.T.: Feelin' any better?

Brittany: A little. I don't know why I let my parents get to me. After two decades, you'd think I'd be immune.

J.T.: Is there anything I can do?

Brittany: I'll be all right.

J.T.: I got an idea. Why don't we go catch a movie or something?

Brittany: Don't you have class this afternoon?

J.T.: Ah, I'll blow it off.

Brittany: I don't think so.

J.T.: Come on. I'll buy your ticket, I'll get you a bag of popcorn.

Brittany: Thanks, but I think I'm gonna go in my room, lie down for a little while.

J.T.: All right. If you change your mind, you know where to find me.


Mac: Let's not go there, okay?

Daniel: Could you at least tell me if I have a shot?

 Mac: Daniel, you're a terrific guy. I like you, I do. But you're 16. You're in high school. I just can't do that.

Daniel: All right. All right.

Mac: I'm sorry.

Daniel: No, no, you know, you don't have to apologize. You feel how you feel. But for the record, I still think there's something special between us.

Mac: You know, there are a lot of cool girls at walnut grove.

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, Walnut Grove, thanks.

Mac: There are. I should know. I used to be one of 'em.

Daniel: Mac, they're children. Even the ones that are 18, you'd never know it by the way they act and the things that they do. They're so tedious.

Mac: Well, maybe you should look a little harder. You'll find somebody.

Daniel: I already did.

Mac: Don't you have to go to school or something?

Daniel: Actually, I have first period open. So, uh, would you like another latte?

Mac: Daniel.

Daniel: What did I do that was so wrong?

Mac: Don't push, okay? I want to be friends. Let's be friends.

Daniel: And that's all?

Daniel: You know what? I gotta go.

Mac: We'll talk soon, okay?

Daniel: Yeah. Yeah. I'll see ya.


Chris: This must have cost you a lot.

Phyllis: What, asking you for a favor? No, not really. I mean, if I were hittin' you up for a job, sure. But I have no ego where Danielís concerned. It's a luxury a parent can't afford.

Chris: How commendable.

Phyllis: You don't believe me?

Chris: Surprisingly enough, I do.

Phyllis: Hmm. Good. Daniel and I are doin' great. We're doin' great. I mean, I had to straighten him out in a couple of things, but he knows I'm there for him. He feels safe with me.

Chris: Good.

Phyllis: I know you mean that.

Chris: Phyllis, I can put my feelings aside about you, as long as I know that Daniel is well cared for and happy.

Phyllis: Well, he is. He's very happy, and you'll be able to see for yourself, if you do this favor for me.

Chris: Baby-sit him?

Phyllis: Um, you know, don't let him hear you say that.

Phyllis: So I need to make plans.

Chris: Of course. Of course I will do this.

Phyllis: Oh, great. Great, Christine. This really helps me out. Listen, um, here's an extra key to the tack house, okay? I'll tell the guards that you're gonna be stayin' there, and then I'll tell Daniel, and he'll know that somebody's gonna be there for him. Also here's my cell phone number. Um, I'll be leaving fairly early in the morning. So, anyway, I really appreciate you doing this for me.

Chris: Yeah. You never did say, where are you going?

Phyllis: Georgia.

Chris: Georgia.


Mac: What do you know? If it isn't Genoa City's newest hero.


Jamal: Hey, Devon, you sure you're not hungry?

Devon: No, man, I'm... I'm not, I'm... my stomach's kind of in knots right now.

Jamal: Hmm. Been through a lot, man.

Devon: You know about that?

Jamal: Yeah, I know you ran away. Not the details, but...

Devon: Oh.

Jamal: Listen, if you ever need someone to talk to or...

Devon: It's cool, man. I wouldn't worry about it.

Jamal: Okay, all right. Well, um, I'm glad everything worked out for you. You can stay here. I know it's not a 5-star hotel, but we got everything you need.

Devon: Yeah, I know. But trust me, it's a lot better than sleeping on the streets.

Jamal: Right. Um, well, I'm gonna go get the blankets and stuff for the cot, so--

Devon: Well, hey, you know what? I can... I can get it.

Jamal: Nah, nah, take it easy, man. I know right where everything is.

Lily: Hi, how ya' doin'? Devon? Is that... oh, my God! Thank God you are back.


Nikki: Paul, I know. Believe me, I wouldn't ask if it weren't important. It's a long shot, but I think I may have the clue that we've been looking for. Yes. Yes, I'm at my office. Please hurry. Oh, my God. Is it possible that Brad could be the brother of the boy I killed? And if he is, how on earth do I tell him?


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

Mac: Love can really stink sometimes.

Kevin: Yeah, it can.

Phyllis: We would like our jobs back.

Neil: The answer is no.

Nikki: I want you to investigate Brad Carlton.

Paul: What? Why?

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