Friday Y&R Transcript 10/7/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 10/8/04--Canada; Monday 10/11/04--U.S.A.

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Kevin: Are you talking to me?

Mac: I don't see any other heroes in here, do you?

Kevin: I'm not a

Mac: Well, tell that to Lily Winters. I was at the Rec Center at the grand opening. You are the guy that saved her from that creep, right?

Kevin: Well, I don't know if I saved her, but I, um...

Mac: You're being modest. I'm Mackenzie, by the way.

Kevin: Yeah, I know who you are.

Mac: Oh, you do? Have we met before?

Kevin: No. I, um... I've seen you around.

Mac: Mmm.

Kevin: So was there something you needed?

Mac: No. I just saw you sitting here, thought I'd say hi.

Kevin: Oh. Well, that was nice. Most people wouldn't bother, you know? They're too wrapped up in themselves to think about anyone else.

Mac: Are you okay? I don't mean to be nosy. I--

Kevin: No, I'll be fine. I'm just, uh... I'm just having one of those days.

Mac: Mm-hmm. I guess even heroes get the blues.

Kevin: Huh?

Mac: Um, sorry. That sounded like the title of a really bad country song. Girl trouble?

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Lauren: Is Kevin here?

Michael: Uh, he left first thing this morning. I haven't seen him since. We have the place to ourselves.

Lauren: Oh, good.

Michael: Just think, soon we won't have to worry about things like that.

Lauren: You mean hiding from Kevin?

Michael: Keeping us a secret.

Lauren: Wait. Soon? Didn't you--didn't you tell him about us? Didn't you have a conversation with him?

Michael: Yeah, yeah. My brother and I had quite the discussion.

Lauren: So what did he say when you told him?

Michael: I didnít.

Lauren: Michael, why not?

Michael: Honestly, Lauren, it just didn't happen that way.

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Phyllis: Hey,

Dru: Hey.

Phyllis: I'm just, um, you know, checking my e-mail and getting my stuff here.

Dru: Oh, don't mind me, Phyllis. I'm not supposed to be here, either, so...

Phyllis: Yeah. It's weird, isn't it?

Dru: What? Oh, that we fought so hard for this office and now we're--

Phyllis: Now we're fired. So how was your head the morning after?

Dru: Fine, yeah. Yours?

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, fine. Please. I'm a party girl. That was bizarre, wasn't it?

Dru: The elevator with the tequila?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Dru: I'll say.

Phyllis: Yeah, it was. So, um... is Neil here?

Dru: Yeah, yeah, he's here. We just got back from the Rec Center.

Phyllis: Oh, is he still mad at us?

Dru: I don't know, Phyllis. I just didn't feel like talking shop.

Phyllis: Sure. I understand. So I guess I'm just gonna get the rest of my stuff and check my e-mail and then--

Dru: Wait a minute. You're not giving up?

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Dru: Your job, dodo bird.

Phyllis: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Don't call me names.

Dru: Whatever, Phyllis. All I'm saying is I'm not going down without a fight.

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Lily: Oh, I am so glad to see you. Aren't you glad to see me? I mean...

Devon: Yes, I'm glad to see you, Lily. I'm jumping up and down about it.

Lily: I mean, what happened? Where did you go?

Devon: I went to Chicago.

Lily: Chicago? Do you have friends up there or something?

Devon: No, Lily. I was on the streets

Lily: Was it really bad?

Devon: I've been there before. I mean, it's really no big deal. Why are you looking at me like that? I told you I was glad to be back, didn't I?

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Ashley: Well, hello, handsome.

Brad: Well, hello to you. Wow. I haven't seen you in an apron in I don't know how long. What's the occasion?

Ashley: Well, you. I've been so busy at work since Jack left, I haven't cooked for you in ages. So tonight I'm making amends, honey.

Brad: Oh, you don't have to do that, Ash.

Ashley: I want to.

Brad: Really, sweetheart, I know how busy you are.

Ashley: I'm not too busy for you. Don't ever think that.

Brad: Thank you.

Ashley: You're welcome. So what's going on? You have something on your mind?

Brad: Yeah, there is, something kind of strange that happened at work-- I haven't been able to get it out of my mind.

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Brad: When I was 3 years old something very bad happened in my family, something tragic, then we moved to Cleveland.

Nikki: 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: 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.

Nikki: Well, what happened? What did this to you?

Brad: Damn it, Nikki, why is this so important to you? Why do you need to know?

Nikki: It's just too much of a coincidence.

Jack: Are you talking to yourself, Nikki?

Nikki: Jack, I'm sorry. I didn't see you there.

Jack: Yeah, you seemed pretty deep in thought. Anything you wanna talk about?

Nikki: No, not really.

Jack: You sure? I mean, if something's wrong--

Nikki: Nothing's wrong.

Jack: Okay. Just remember, I have a lot of time on my hands.

Nikki: I'll let you know if there's anything you can do.

Jack: You do that. I worry about you, you know?

Nikki: Why?

Jack: Well, heard it through the grapevine, lately maybe you've been slipping a little bit.

Nikki: What? What are you talking about?

Jack: I just ran into Brad the other day. He was ticked off that you'd handed a report in late.

Nikki: That report was not even 24 hours late, and if you had bothered to check back, you would have heard Brad singing my praises. It was great. He was very happy with it.

Jack: Oh, okay. Obviously I'm working with old facts.

Nikki: Yeah, you are, although I'm sure your intentions were good.

Jack: Hey, it's me. I know how much your career means to you.

Nikki: Well, he was delighted with it.

Jack: Brad-- talk about somebody with his life at loose ends.

Nikki: What do you mean?

Jack: Well, I guess I don't have to tell you his marriage is on shaky ground, and not just because Victor's insinuating himself into Abbyís life. It's his wife-- she keeps defending your husband at every turn.

Nikki: Believe me, I am well aware of that.

Jack: Yeah, I'm sure you are. He feels his life slipping away from him, his family, and he's headed to a life with potentially so much loss. Hey, what's going on? Nikki?

Nikki: Nothing. It's just... what you just said about Brad losing people close to him, it's just so sad what he may have to face.

Jack: Hey, what's going on here? You know something I don't know?

Nikki: I don't know anything, not anymore.

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Phyllis: Look, you're married to Neil. I mean, do you think there's a chance we could get our jobs back?

Dru: It's worth a try, ain't it?

Phyllis: Yeah. Listen, I got to go out of town for a little bit, but when I come back, we can gang up on him.

Dru: Yeah, Phyllis, uh, maybe, maybe not. You see, when my husband makes a decision, it's tough to get him to do a 360. You keep pushing and pushing, then he snaps.

Phyllis: I don't know about that.

Dru: So you're going out of town.

Phyllis: Yeah, briefly.

Dru: Important business I bet, huh?

Phyllis: No.

Dru: Oh.

Phyllis: What are you up to?

Dru: Me? What? Nothing.

Phyllis: Yes, you are, you sneaky bitch.

Dru: Ooh, look who's calling who names now.

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Lauren: I don't understand. Why didn't you tell Kevin that we were seeing each other?

Michael: The best laid plans of mice and men...

Lauren: Mm-hmm. So he still doesn't know.

Michael: Actually, Kevinís the one who brought up the subject.

Lauren: Huh? What? You've lost me.

Michael: Thanks to Lauren Fenmore's velvet sledgehammer, Kevinís finally got it. Hallelujah. You just wanna be friends, nothing more.

Lauren: Are you serious? You mean he finally understands where I'm coming from?

Michael: He mentioned seeing you.

Lauren: Yeah, but that must have been before your discussion.

Michael: What was his excuse this time, he wanted to dump some more flowers on your head?

Lauren: Actually, I thought that was quite sweet.

Michael: I believe my brother, deep down, can be an amazing person.

Lauren: I do, too. And more and more, I think that's what he's aiming for, 'cause he seemed more grounded last night.

Michael: Hmm. Kevin living in the real world-- wouldn't that blow your mind? You know, uh, he suggested that, uh, I think of turning my attentions your way.

Lauren: Did he really?

Michael: Mm-hmm. I believe his exact words were, "we should keep it in the family."

Lauren: It?

Michael: Not exactly poetry, but yeah.

Lauren: No, no, but there's something odd about that.

Michael: Meaning?

Lauren: Meaning, do you think it's possible that he knew about us already?

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Mac: So what's her name?

Kevin: Who?

Mac: The girl who's got your heart all tied in knots.

Kevin: She's not a girl. She's all woman.

Mac: Oh, pardon me. I'm sorry. Love can really stink sometimes.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, it can.

Mac: I take it you don't wanna talk about it?

Kevin: I canít.

Mac: It's okay. It's cool. I know how hard it can be. I haven't had much luck in the romance department, either. Always seems like I'm falling for the wrong guy.

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Phyllis: I know you. I know you. I can read you like a book. You find out I'm not gonna be in town, so you're like, "oh, Phyllis, I don't know if we can get our jobs back." But the moment I leave, you're gonna be campaigning for your job back.

Dru: You are such a paranoid--

Phyllis: Okay. Oh, yeah, I'm paranoid. Okay, that settles it, right?

Dru: Yep, that's right, Phyllis.

Phyllis: You know what? I got something to tell you. Neil Winters is a fair-minded executive. He's not gonna fire both of us and then only hire one of us back.

Dru: (Laughs) are you suggesting that we're a package deal?

Phyllis: Yeah, we are. That's the problem-- the package doesn't work.

Dru: You know, Phyllis, I came here prepared to extend the olive branch.

Phyllis: Oh, yes. Your idea of extending the olive branch is by me sitting in the corner with my computer in my lap.

Dru: Okay, you're getting a little loud now.

Phyllis: A little loud? Yeah, you're getting loud, as usual.

Dru: You know, do you want your job back or not, Phyllis?

Phyllis: You know what? Part of me is very happy not to be working here anymore.

Dru: Well, I'm happy to be rid of you, god knows.

Phyllis: But, yes, yes, I would like my job back.

Dru: Okay, then, we have to work together, phyllis, and we have to work on my husband, because just because I want him to change his mind doesn't mean it's gonna be so.

Phyllis: Okay, so let's get busy.

Dru: Let's get busy. You're the one leaving town.

Phyllis: Not until tomorrow. You said neil's here, right?

Dru: In his office.

Phyllis: Good. You look a little worried.

Dru: I'm not. I'm just dealing with some issues with my husband right now.

Phyllis: Oh, great, great. We're in a crisis here, and you can't make things work with your man.

Dru: That is none of your business, Phyllis. That's my problem, not your problem.

Phyllis: It becomes my problem if I can't get my job back.

Dru: Okay. You yourself said that Neil was a fair-minded boss. He is not going to let our personal issues get in the way.

Phyllis: You hope.

Dru: I know. The only issue will be if you and I cannot get along. The question is, can we?

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Ashley: So when you say strange, what do you mean? Is there a problem at Jabot I don't know about?

Brad: No, it had nothing to do with Jabot. It was personal. I was talking to Nikki, and--

Ashley: Oh, I know that was personal. I saw that lovely neck massage she was giving you.

Brad: Ash, come on. Don't make a big deal out of it.

Ashley: I'm not. I thought it was interesting.

Brad: Ash...

Ashley: Oh, okay, if it wasn't about the knots in your back, what was Nikki doing, torturing you with her insecurities and her frustrations?

Brad: No, no. There is something from her past she's trying to resolve, something that's been weighing on her.

Ashley: Mm-hmm.

Brad: It got me thinking.

Ashley: About what?

Brad: The past, things that you don't understand, yet they shape who you are.

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Nikki: I think I have the clue that we've been looking for.

Paul: What, you remember something more about the incident, some detail we've been missing?

Nikki: No, no, it's not like that. I want you to investigate Brad Carlton.

Paul: What? Why?

Nikki: Who have we been looking for?

Paul: You can't be serious.

Nikki: I think that Brad is the brother of the little boy that I killed. He's who we're looking for.

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Lily: Devon, do you have to be so hard to talk to?

Devon: I am not hard to talk to, Lily, okay?

Lily: You are, and you know you are. You do it on purpose.

Devon: Look, Lily, you and I did the whole brother and sister thing for a couple of weeks, okay? And you want to know what it was like? It was like going to the movies and seeing how rich people live, only I was in the movie, all right? And it was a trip, too. But, you know, when it's over, and you walk out, back into the world, and it's the same world, okay? It's the real world.

Lily: When you were living with us, that was real, too.

Devon: You don't know what real is for me, Lily, okay? You don't know what real is period.

Lily: Look, Devon, you are acting like how you acted when I first met you-- pushing me away and not wanting to talk. Look, I know that you got hurt. Okay, but that's the adults. They're the ones who screwed everything up. It is not my fault that everything got so complicated. I mean, we're friends, aren't we?

Devon: You know, I don't know, Lily.

Lily: Really?

Devon: Yeah. I-I guess we are, okay?

Lily: Look, there's no law that says that our fathers have to make the same amount of money, that we even have to have fathers to be friends, right?

Devon: Right. There's no law, Lily.

Lily: Right. And there's no law that says that you can't talk to me and tell me what's going on with you... and then listen to what's going on with me. You know, just nice and simple, like what friends do.

Devon: Yeah, you're right, like always, Lil.

Lily: Of course I'm right. Okay, so now that we have that straight, I want to know where you've been and what it was like.

Devon: Are you sure you really want to hear it, 'cause it's not that pretty, Lil?

Lily: Yes, I'm sure I want to hear. I want to hear everything.

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Neil: Okay, ladies, you wanted to meet so here I am. Look, I have an awful lot going on here so I'm gonna make this brief. Um, if this is about severance pay, I suggest you go talk to Wanda down in payroll. It's all done by the books. Phyllis, all the hardware and software that you have is property of Newman Enterprises. Any personal files that you may possess are yours. You can take 'em with you. All other proprietary material must be left intact. No making copies. Dru.

Dru: Yes.

Neil: Same with your files. Well, ladies, um, I really don't see what there is left to discuss.

Dru: Oh, honey, just a second.

Phyllis: Oh, uh, uh, I'd like to keep this business-like, Drucilla. I would like to do that. Um... we would like our jobs back.

Neil: I'm sure you do. And the answer is no. You both know as well as I do that this little partnership, or whatever you want to call it, wasn't working. Phyllis, you're a whiz. You'll end up getting a job very quickly. Drucilla.

Dru: Yes.

Neil: We have a daughter to raise. Not only that, but you've shown a keen interest in helping foster children. Maybe you should apply at a shelter or maybe a nonprofit. Your skills, your passion should be very valuable to somebody.

Dru: Yeah, yeah, yeah. You know, Neil that is an excellent idea, but perhaps, in my spare time.

Neil: Oh, well, you'll have plenty of that now, won't you?

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Michael: Frankly, the whole conversation threw me.

Lauren: So what did he say?

Michael: He asked me how long I'd known you.

Lauren: And you told him...

Michael: I told him we used to hate each other.

Lauren: Oh, hate's a very strong word.

Michael: (Chuckles) like you weren't as suspicious as hell.

Lauren: Oh, and who says things have changed, huh?

Michael: I guess I'm gonna have to be on my best behavior.

Lauren: That's right, honey.

Michael: Well, Kevin said that he thought I should take a second look, that, uh, I might be more your type.

Lauren: Hmm.

Michael: Could've been the disappointment talking. He was really hurting.

Lauren: Maybe yesterday was just a really big breakthrough for him. Maybe he realized that nothing was ever going to happen between him and me, and then when the reality of that set in...

Michael: He gallantly turned you over to me.

Lauren: Um, gallantly? I don't know about that. But if he's honestly trying to turn over a new leaf...

Michael: I hope so. I can't keep bailing the kid out every time he gets into a jam. It's gonna make me an old man before my time.

Lauren: Oh. Then it's a really good thing you have me around. 'Cause I'm really good at keeping people young.

Michael: Mmm. Yeah, I was countin' on that. 'Cause, you know, I'm goin' for the young chicks now.

Lauren: That's right.

Michael: Yeah, baby.

Lauren: (Chuckles)

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Kevin: The same thing happened to me.

Mac: You fell for the wrong person?

Kevin: Sort of. Someone who I-I trusted and believed in. But just like everybody else, she let me down.

Mac: Ouch.

Kevin: Story of my life. What can I say? I'm not usually this much of a downer, by the way.

Mac: I'm sure you're not.

Kevin: Why would you say that?

Mac: You just don't seem the type.

Kevin: What type do I seem like?

Mac: Well... a doer, somebody who, if he doesn't like something about his life, he just goes out and makes it better.

Kevin: Or tries, anyway. Thanks.

Mac: You're welcome.

Mac: I should get going.

Kevin: Well, um, it was, uh, it was really nice chatting with you.

Mac: Mackenzie.

Kevin: Mackenzie.

Mac: Mac to my friends.

Kevin: So do I call you Mac or Mackenzie?

Mac: Mac's fine.

Kevin: Okay. Maybe we can do this again soon.

Mac: Yeah, definitely. I'm here a lot so... maybe I'll see you around.

Kevin: (Mouths) bye.

Mac: Bye.

Kevin: Bye.

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Paul: Nikki, Nikki, Nikki, hold up a second.

Nikki: Don't you see? Brad lived in Cleveland as a little boy. His family moved there from Genoa City after a tragedy.

Paul: I get it. And I also see where you're coming from. But the man we are looking for is Charlie Cassen, not Brad Carlton.

Nikki: I know the names are not the same, but there has to be an explanation.

Paul: Why?

Nikki: Paul, please don't question my instincts.

Paul: I'm not. It--it's just that this could be a mere coincidence.

Nikki: Well, I don't think that it is. There are too many pieces that fit.

Paul: Except for the fact that Brad Carlton is not Charlie Cassen.

Nikki: Well, maybe he changed his name. I don't know. In any event, it's worth checking out.

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Ashley: Honey, I gotta get back to the kitchen, so if you're not gonna tell me any more about what's on your mind...

Brad: Hey, Ash?

Ashley: Uh-huh.

Brad: How's Abby doing?

Abby: I'm doing fine, Daddy!

Brad: Well, what do I hear? Oh, oh! There is my pumpkin. Come here.

Abby: But I don't want to ride horses anymore. I told Victor that when he was here.

Ashley: He stopped by to see how she was doing.

Brad: Of course he did. How was your day, sweetie?

Abby: It was okay. School's so fun right now, except for spelling.

Brad: I know. Those big words can be tough, huh?

Abby: Will you help me?

Brad: You bet I will. (Doorbell rings)

Ashley: Honey, can you get that? It's Frances. I gotta get to the kitchen.

Brad: Frances?

Abby: Uh-huh. Mommy asked her to take me to a movie tonight.

Brad: She did?

Abby: Uh-huh. I can't wait! She always buy me my own popcorn.

Brad: (Laughs) we love Frances, don't we? Let's grab your coat. All righty. Hey, Frances.

Frances: Hello, Mr. Carlton. Is Abby ready?

Brad: Oh.

Abby: Yes, I am!

Frances: Good!

Brad: (Laughs) all right, you know what? Let's see here. Popcorn and movie's on me. Here you go.

Frances: Ooh, thank you.

Brad: Have fun, honey.

Abby: I will. Bye, Daddy. I love you.

Brad: I love you, too, baby.

Frances: Bye-bye.

Brad: Bye.

Ashley: Oh, Abby got off okay?

Brad: Yep.

Ashley: Good.

Brad: So when were you gonna tell me Newman dropped by?

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Phyllis: Sir, we realize that we have to work together.

Neil: You two never worked together at all.

Phyllis: And that taught us a lesson, didn't it, Dru?

Dru: That's right. That's right, Phyllis. We have decided to put our personal differences aside, really work for the good of the company, collaborate, creative interest--

Neil: And don't forget to go to church on Sunday. Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know all that.

Phyllis: Well, it's true.

Neil: I can see how desperate you two are to get your jobs back. You know, um, working for the good of the company, pushing your personal differences as-- these were all the same items on the menu last time. It didn't happen.

Dru: Neil, give us another chance, please.

Phyllis: We've seen the light.

Neil: I have also, and you know something? I've just seen the time. What do you know? I've got a meeting. I gotta go.

Dru: No, no, no.

Phyllis: No, no, no.

Neil: Okay, all right, look, I'm gettin' a little angry here. I don't wanna get harsh, all right, all right? The horse is outta the barn. I'm already talking to other people about picking up where you two left off.

Phyllis: Whoa, whoa, whoa, excuse me, other people?

Dru: What? Who?

Neil: Yes, other people.

Dru: Who?

Neil: People like Diane Jenkins, for one.

Phyllis: Oh, Diane Jenkins?

Dru: What a traitor.

Neil: She offered her services. Quite frankly, I'm considering her. She was a model, she's very smart, I like Diane.

Phyllis: I'm sure that she offered a lot more than her services, believe me. Very, very good job, bringing her on board, by the way. Good job. Good job.

Dru: Oh, thanks a lot, barracuda.

Phyllis: Excuse me?

Dru: Yeah.

Phyllis: Barracuda?

Dru: You know you are.

Phyllis: Coming from the piranha herself? Give me a break.

Neil: Hey, please. Do you see? You two can't even agree on one little thing. Clear your stuff out. I gotta go.

Dru: Oh, Neil, Neil--

Phyllis: Forget about asking, I'm begging. I'm on my knees right now, begging--begging, sir. See? Begging. Listen, I am this close-- this close to getting this pageant in a nice, neat little plan. It's only a blueprint. I don't even know if it's gonna work out marketing-wise.

Dru: Yeah, Neil, Neil, I'm so close to solid subcontractor numbers. And we're gonna crunch those numbers and put them into Phyllis' plan.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, what-- wait a minute. What did you just say? That you are gonna crunch your numbers and put them into Phyllis' plan?

Dru: And put them into Phyllis' plan.

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah. Exactly. I mean, yeah.

Neil: How--how would that ever happen?

Dru: It's easy.

Phyllis: Well, listen, that's a rock-solid promise.

Dru: Yeah.

Phyllis: I mean, I'm gonna be honest with you, if you take our files and all our notes and give 'em to Diane Jenkins, she doesn't know what the-- she doesn't know what to do with them. I mean, you want to get this pageant started, you gotta act now--now. Otherwise, you're gonna run out of time.

Dru: Outta time.

Neil: So you're telling me that the only sane and sensible choice I have is to hire you both back?

Dru: Exactly.

Phyllis: Exactly.

Neil: I can't do this. I-I can't handle the warfare every day. I canít.

Phyllis: Ay, listen, Neil, Neil, there's no warfare. Drucilla and I, we got stuck recently in an elevator together, and we kind of worked everything out, didn't we?

Dru: Sure did.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Neil: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, Dru told me all about it. You sure that wasn't the tequila talking?

Phyllis: I am positive.

Dru: You know, I have a whole new perspective on things.

Phyllis: Me too.

Dru: Yeah.

Neil: I would really rather not start over. Okay. But this is beyond your last chance. After this--

Phyllis: There won't be any "after this."

Dru: No, this is gonna work out just fine, Mr. Winters.

Neil: It had better.

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Paul: Nikki, you're grasping at straws.

Nikki: Maybe I am, but I have to find this man. And if it is Brad... my God, he's a dear friend of mine. How am I gonna tell him this? What is he gonna think of me?

Paul: I think you're getting way ahead of yourself.

Nikki: Believe me, I'm praying that I'm wrong. But I could have killed Brad's brother. H-how do I deal with that? How do I face him? How do I face anybody in this town?

Paul: You see, this is exactly what Victor was afraid of.

Nikki: What?

Paul: Look what you're doing to yourself. You have no idea who Charlie Cassen is.

Nikki: Haven't you been listening to me?

Paul: All I've heard is a lame hunch.

Nikki: What are you talking about? Aren't you hearing me? The evidence is there, Paul. You just have to find it.

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Neil: Hey, where's Phyllis?

Dru: Hi, honey. Um, Phyllis had to go out of town. What happened to your meeting?

Neil: It got pushed back till morning.

Dru: Honey, can I call you "honey" now? (Laughs)

Neil: Come on. Of course you can call me "honey," honey.

Dru: Thank you so much. Thank you for giving me and Phyllis-- the whole team another chance.

Neil: You're welcome.

Dru: You're not gonna regret it.

Neil: I hope not.

Dru: Oh, don't be a grumpy pants. I love you.

Neil: I love you, too, baby.

Dru: And you are a wonderful person.

Neil: That's not what you were telling me a few days ago. As a matter of fact, you were calling me a hard-hearted, "I got mine, everyone else can go to hell" kind of guy.

Dru: Honey, honey, you know that I was dealing with a lot of intensive stuff where Devon was concerned so...

Neil: Yeah, I know that. I want you to know, I understood where you were coming from. I really did. That's the best part of you, that sweet, giving part that I fell in love with on day one.

Dru: It's also the part that, I have to admit, doesn't think out the consequences.

Neil: Well, you see, now that's where I come in.

Dru: I know, Neil. I-I just wanted to give Devon more than what he already had, you know?

Neil: And you did. We did that, if even for a little while.

Dru: I just wish I coulda had a year, you know, just a year.

Neil: Trust me, we made a difference.

Dru: You think so?

Neil: I know so.

Dru: It just makes me so sad, Neil, when I think about where--

Neil: Baby, even with Lily, no matter much input we have or for how long, the day's gonna come when that little girl of ours is gonna get up and walk out that front door and start her own life, and we have to let go and trust her.

Dru: Yeah. Neil, our daughter is so amazing.

Neil: Yes, yes, she sure is.

Dru: And I have to believe that some of that rubbed off on Devon.

Neil: Maybe it'll continue to, who knows?

Dru: Who knows?

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Lily: Wow. I cannot believe all that stuff happened to you.

Devon: Are you happy now you didn't come with me?

Lily: Well, I mean, kind of. But I would've liked to have been there to protect you.

Devon: You can't protect me, Lily.

Lily: Oh, okay, Mr. Tough guy.

Devon: I didn't mean it like that. It's just the, uh--you know, the people I fell in with, if the cops hadn't busted the place--

Lily: No, no, no, don't even think about that, okay? I mean, you were so lucky.

Devon: Really? You think so?

Lily: Yes.

Devon: I mean, that's funny. I've never been lucky before.

Lily: Maybe I bring you luck.

Devon: What, like little miss rabbit's foot?

Lily: No. I was thinking more of like a, um, a good witch.

Devon: A witch?

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Devon: Oh, gosh. Well, I better watch out. You might put a spell on me, then.

Lily: Well, it'd be a good spell. Maybe I will. A spell to keep you safe.

Devon: Look, I can take care of myself, lily, all right?

Lily: And then I would make you be nice to me, all the time.

Devon: Like I'm so nasty to you.

Lily: And make you keep reading books.

Devon: Oh, no. Not the books. Not that.

Devon: I don't know. Maybe you are good for me after all.

Lily: Well, I'd like to be. Well, anyway, I have to get home, but are you gonna be okay here?

Devon: Yeah. I'll be fine.

Lily: Okay.

Devon: I'll see you later.

Lily: All right. Bye.

Devon: Bye.

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Brad: Yeah. Yeah. All right. I'll handle it tomorrow. Thanks.

Ashley: In answer to your question, victor was just concerned.

Brad: But he knows Abby is going to be fine.

Ashley: Well, that doesn't matter. He just wanted to see for himself. It was no big deal. I felt bad when--

Brad: When Abby told him she didn't want to ride his horses anymore.

Ashley: Yeah. I could see that it hurt him.

Brad: Yeah, poor Vic. My heart bleeds for him.

Ashley: Well, like it or not, Brad, the man does have feelings.

Brad: Ash, you know, if--if Abby told him she doesn't want to spend time with him anymore and she doesn't want to ride his horses, I just don't see the problem. She's got a mom and dad who love her dearly.

Ashley: Yeah, she does. You know, I really don't think there's much point in discussing this anymore. I'm gonna go finish dinner.

Brad: Ash.

Ashley: Hmm?

Brad: Thanks for the special dinner. It means a lot. I appreciate it.

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Paul: Nikki, that is absolutely the worst thing a private investigator can do, to go out and prove something you assume to be true.

Nikki: But there are so many parallels in their lives. Charlie Cassen moved to Cleveland after his brother disappeared.

Paul: Yes, and Bradley Carlton used to live in Genoa City.

Nikki: They left town under very similar circumstances.

Paul: Similar, similar. Not necessarily identical.

Nikki: Well, you weren't there. You didn't hear what I heard. Brad told me that after struggling to answer questions that he couldn't answer, he just made a clean break with the past. Doesn't that tell you something?

Paul: It tells me that you're hearing what you want to hear.

Nikki: What? What? That I killed his brother? That's the last thing I want to hear.

Paul: Nikki... do me a favor. Don't jump the gun on this, all right? You asked me to look into this, and I will. But we do not know what we're going to find.

Nikki: Well, I'm sorry, but I think we do.

Paul: Then you're making a mistake.

Nikki: Paul--

Paul: Nikki, I implore you, listen to me. Do not open this up until we're sure of our ground, not to anybody, especially Brad Carlton.

Paul: Are you listening to me?

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Kay: I'd like to acquire your services.

Paul: What would you like me to do?

Brad: I'm not interested in anything you have to say about my daughter.

Victor: I came here because I think it is very important.

Ashley: I'm warning you. I'm gonna be watching you, Gloria.

Gloria: Go right ahead.

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