Monday Y&R Transcript 10/11/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 10/11/04--Canada; Tuesday 10/12/04--USA


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Abby: I'm all ready, Daddy.

Brad: Mm, mm, mm, wow! Looking very pretty, I might add.

Abby: Oh, you always say that.

Brad: That's because you're the most beautiful girl in the world.

Abby: You just think so because you're my dad.

Brad: It's not just because I'm your dad, although that is one of the things in the whole wide world that makes me happiest.

Abby: Me too.

Brad: (Chuckles)

Abby: Where's Mommy?

Brad: She went to go see your grandpa.

Abby: You mean you're taking me to school today?

Brad: No, baby, I canít. I have to wait here for a business call. Frances is gonna take you, though. Did you finish all your homework?

Abby: Thanks for helping me.

Brad: You're welcome.

Abby: Can I stay home and play with you today?

Brad: No way, Jose. Why would you want to do that anyway?

Abby: School's okay, but I like being with you better. You're the best dad ever.

Brad: (Chuckles) I love you.


[Nikki remembering]

Nikki: I want you to investigate Brad Carlton.

Paul: What? Why?

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

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.


Victor: (Grunting)

Victor: Thanks, man. What's the matter?

Nikki: I--I just needed to see you. I needed my husband.

Victor: Sweetheart, come. Let's go to my office. Look, darling, come on.


John: (Chuckles) oh, goodness.

Ashley: What's so funny?

John: Oh, hi there. Well, it says here that I have to step back from my business, enjoy the various colors of the season and let my love life heat up.

Ashley: (Chuckles) you're reading your horoscope?

John: Yeah, what's wrong with that?

Ashley: Well, it's just not like you at all.

John: Oh, Gloria does it every morning.

Ashley: Yeah, that's my point exactly.

John: Oh, Ashley, come on, lighten up. Nothing wrong with people reading the horoscope. It's amusing, it's--it's totally harmless.

Ashley: Yeah, I agree. I mean, just so long as you don't take its advice on your love life. You haven't, have you?

John: I don't think you want to know the answer.

Ashley: Oh, no. You've slept together, Daddy?

John: All right. Now listen--

Ashley: Look, Dad, you're making a huge mistake. Do you know that?

John: No, I don't think so. Now if you can't be happy for me, just keep it to yourself.


Neil: Excuse me. Hello?

Woman: Hi, can I help you with something?

Neil: Yeah, um, is there a basketball somewhere around here?

Woman: Sure.

Neil: Thanks. Appreciate it.

Woman: There you go.

Neil: Thanks. Appreciate it.

Neil: Hey.

Devon: Hey.

Neil: So how did things go last night?

Devon: It's okay.

Neil: You sleep all right?

Devon: Yeah, a lot better than I did sleepin' on the streets.

Neil: I'm glad Victor was able to help you out.

Devon: Well, is that it? Do you feel better now?

Neil: Hey, man, look, I understand that you're angry.

Devon: No, I'm not angry, all right? I just don't want to have a big talk right now.

Neil: Neither do I. Let's go shoot some hoop.

Devon: No, thanks, Neil.

Neil: Hey, what's the matter? You afraid this old man'll take you on the court?

Devon: Now tell me, does that still work with Lily? Because I stopped fallin' for it about, I don't know, when I was 6.

Neil: Think I'm playin' you? See, 'cause I think you coverin' 'cause you know that I can kick your skinny behind on the court.

Devon: Yeah, right.

Neil: Prove me wrong.

Devon: Whatever, man.

Neil: Best two out of three.

Devon: You know, I got nothin' better to do.

Neil: Cool. Bring your best game.


Arthur: Good heavens, Jill. The man proposed to you days ago, and you're just now telling me?

Jill: Well, I-- my mind was so completely blown, I just needed a little time to get used to the idea.

Arthur: I see. Well, you did accept Elliotís proposal, right?

Jill: I hope you don't disapprove.

Arthur: Well, how can I? I've never even met the man. But this has happened so quickly.

Jill: I know, I know. It was very unexpected, but you know as well as anyone, you can't control who you fall in love with.

Arthur: Well, that's certainly true. Your mother and I approve of that.

Jill: Then I have your blessing?

Arthur: Of course, darling. Of course.

Jill: Good.

Arthur: Have you set a date?

Jill: If Elliot had his way, we wouldn't wait, but I didn't want to interfere with my parents' wedding.

Arthur: Oh, nonsense. Nonsense. In fact, I have the perfect solution-- why don't we have a double ceremony?

Gina: Here she is.

Kay: Hello.

Gina: Have a good breakfast, everyone.

Jill: Thanks.

Kay: Uh, I hope I have not kept the two of you waiting.

Arthur: Oh, not at all. Not at all. Your timing is perfect. Jill has some exciting news to share.

Kay: Hmm.



Nikki: Do you want me to help you with this?

Victor: No, sweetheart. That's--no, thank you. I can do that myself. You... wanted to talk to me?

Nikki: I almost came by last night.

Victor: Why? I thought you were at that strip joint.

Nikki: I didn't go in. It would have been too difficult.

Victor: What's troubling you?

Nikki: Something that I don't know how to handle.

Victor: Do you want to talk about it?

Nikki: I'm not sure-- I'm not sure of so many things.

Victor: Sweetheart, does any of this have to do with Abby or Ashley or Brad Carlton or...

Nikki: All of the above, I guess.

Victor: Well, with regards to that family, that all could be solved very civilly, you know, if Brad Carlton would just drop his animosity toward me.

Nikki: Do you really think that's possible after everything that's happened?

Victor: Well, the whole thing could be solved in a very civil manner. Brad Carlton insists on blaming me, even for Abbyís accident. How ludicrous is that? Doesn't he realize I want only what's best for her? I love the little girl. Why doesn't he simply drop his animosity? Then we can talk.

Nikki: Victor, you know why. He still blames you for the loss of the only child he and Ashley would have had together.


Kay: Thank you. So, um, good news, I hope.

Jill: Right now, I'd rather hear your news.

Arthur: Oh, yes, Katherine, how did things go at the hospital?

Kay: Oh, routine blood work, you know? The same every six months.

Arthur: I don't suppose you have the results.

Kay: Well, I'll be going back later this morning. But I thought having breakfast with the two of you would be much more fun than hanging around a lab.

Arthur: Well, I'm sure you have nothing to worry about.

Kay: Yeah, well, if the drinking didn't kill me... (Chuckles) so what is this news?

Arthur: May I do the honors, hmm?

Jill: Knock yourself out, Dad.

Arthur: Well, it seems our beautiful daughter has found the man of her dreams. She's getting married.

Kay: To Elliot?

Jill: He proposed. I accepted.

Kay: (Sighs) well, I can't believe it. I had no idea it had gone this far.

Jill: Well, I didn't either, actually. Elliot can be a very persuasive man.

Kay: But you have to admit, it's rather sudden.

Jill: Yeah. That's the same thing dad said.

Arthur: Mm-hmm, I even suggested a double ceremony. Well, what do you think, Katherine?


Ashley: Dad, I just wish you would stop and take a good look and try to see Gloria for who she really is.

John: And I think you should be more accepting. Your brother has.

Ashley: She's living in your home, and now she's sleeping in your bed. She's got you wrapped around her little finger, and you don't know anything about her, dad.

John: Ashley, I know that she's a wonderful woman, and that's enough. Honey, she's made me feel better than I have in ages.

Ashley: That's how she wants you to feel. Don't you see that?

John: Well, what's wrong with that?

Ashley: You're missing the point.

John: Well, maybe I simply don't want to hear it.

Ashley: Honestly, daddy, I'm just looking out for your best interests.

John: Now, look, I--I think I'm old enough to do that for myself.

Ashley: It's not really about being old.

John: Oh, what? About being gullible?

Ashley: That's not what I'm saying. Look, I would like to know what this "mystery woman" is up to, wouldn't you?

John: Ashley, Gloria is hardly a mystery. Goodness sakes. Gloria is a woman who has had a difficult life. She's worked, she's struggled. I mean, she certainly deserves someone to make life easier for her.

Ashley: But what about you? Don't you deserve somebody that loves you for who you really are and not what you have?

John: But I have that.

Ashley: You can't be serious, daddy.

John: Ashley, you may not want to hear this, but Gloria has brought something new and exciting to my life.

Ashley: And she's not raising any red flags for you at all?

John: (Scoffs) you know, I--I can't understand why are you so suspicious and negative?

Ashley: I'm concerned about you.

John: But there's no reason to be.

Ashley: Oh, daddy.

John: No, no, no. I really don't want to discuss this anymore.

Ashley: Please listen to what I have to say.

John: No, Ashley, I wonít. Now we--we argue every time the subject of Gloria comes up. That's enough. And besides, you know, you have some serious problems of your own, and you should be focusing on them, not on my love life.


J.T.: So, Paul, you said this is about the investigation you're handling with Nikki Newman?

Paul: Mm-hmm.

J.T.: You got a new lead?

Paul: Well, yeah, it came from Nikki herself.

J.T.: Yeah? What is it?

Paul: A friend of hers happened to mention that he used to live in Cleveland?

J.T.: Mm-hmm. I'm sure a lot of people live in Cleveland.

Paul: Yeah, well, he also told her that he lived in Genoa City when he was a child, and his family moved because of a terrible tragedy.

J.T.: Wow. Are you kidding me?

Paul: Now before you get too excited, I'll tell you the same thing I told Nikki-- it could be a huge coincidence.

J.T.: Yeah, but what if it's not? I mean, how wild is that, finding the guy we're lookin' for right under our nose?

Paul: Right. Anyway, Nikki wants us to check it out.

J.T.: Huh. This friend of Nikki's-- anybody I know?

Paul: Well, yeah, as a matter of fact, you know him pretty well. Itís Brad Carlton.


Victor: I still have trouble accepting that I had anything to do with Ashleyís miscarriage.

Nikki: I know that, but you were wondering why Brad is treating you this way, and that's the answer.

Victor: Sweetheart, he will feel this way about me, no matter what happens. It's becoming a boring issue. So let's talk about why you're here. What do you want to talk about?

Nikki: It's nothing. I--I'm fine. I just have a lot on my mind, that's all.

Victor: I'm sorry I wasn't there for you last night.

Nikki: It wouldn't have been anything you could have done anyway.

Victor: Well, I could have sat by your side and held your hand.

Nikki: Yes, I guess you could have.

Victor: Want to go have breakfast?

Nikki: Well, that's sweet, but I'm sure you're needed here, and I'm not really hungry anyway. I should probably just be alone with my thoughts and sort things out.

Victor: Sweetheart, does any of this have to do with your sudden realization that something terrible happened in your past?

Nikki: Yes, it does.

Victor: Well, you want to talk about it?

Nikki: I'll be fine, really.

Victor: I've never seen you like this. Please don't shut me out.

Nikki: Victor, I'm not. Believe me, I would tell you everything if I could.

Victor: Then why don't you?

Nikki: I just canít. I can't talk about it right now. I-I-I have to be going anyway.

Victor: Okay. Will you be in your office later?

Nikki: No. No, I--I'm... I'm working at home today.

Victor: Good. Then I'll check up on you.

Nikki: Please do.

Victor: Will you call me?

Nikki: You call me.


Jill: I can see that you think this will be a bad idea.

Kay: Oh, I didn't say that.

Arthur: Well, I personally think it's a splendid idea. We're all family. Two couples saying the vows at the same time-- father, mother and daughter.

Jill: And welcoming a newcomer into our midst.

Arthur: And besides, think of the money we'll save-- two weddings for the price of one.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Jill: Katherine, I can understand it if you don't like this idea. I mean, it would take the spotlight off your special day...

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

Jill: ...God knows, you've waited enough years for this moment.

Kay: No, that's not it at all.

Arthur: Then whatís it, darling? Tell us.

Kay: Arthur, I just need time to process all this. It's come as such a complete surprise.

Arthur: Jill, uh, would you mind giving us a few moments alone?

Jill: Oh, no, no, no. I have to go to work anyway.

Kay: What about breakfast?

Jill: I'll just have the kitchen wrap something up for me. You two talk, and we can decide all this later.

Arthur: All right, Katherine, I want you to tell me what the problem is, because it's plain to see there's something bothering you about our plans to get married.

Kay: Oh... (Chuckles)


"The Young and the Restless" will continue.

Devon: Now what was that you were talking about about how you were gonna beat me, old man?

Neil: Yeah, yeah, yeah, well, you just got lucky, man. Half 'cause I got a cramp, the other because I twisted my ankle.

Devon: Please, that stuff don't fly around here, all right? Here you go.

Neil: "Here you go" what? What's that for?

Devon: That's for our bet, remember?

Neil: I'm suddenly having amnesia. What bet are you talking about?

Devon: What do you mean, "what bet"? The sidewalk outside is calling your name.

Neil: Before I start sweeping, I want a rematch.

Devon: You just really want to get hurt, don't you?

Neil: No, no, no, give me a rematch, anytime, anyplace. Tomorrow, next week, doesn't matter.

Devon: Yeah, well, it's a little hard to make plans right now, you know?


Jack: Where did that last serve come from?

Elise: Well, I knew we had to win the point.

Jack: Yeah, but that channeled Jennifer Capriati. Well, look who's here.

Jill: Hello, Jack.

Jack: Hello. Oh, Elise, this is Jill Abbott. You've heard me speak of her.

Elise: Of course.

Jack: Jill, this is Elise Tompkins.

Jill: Nice to meet you.

Elise: Nice to meet you, too.

Jack: And we just beat the best mixed doubles team in the club.

Elise: By one point.

Jack: By one incredible point, thanks to you.

Jill: Well, that is wonderful. Jack, we need to talk.

Jack: Is this about Elliot Hampton?

Jill: It is.

Jack: Uncle Jackís advice to the lovelorn.

Jill: I am not lovelorn.

Jack: I've been telling you, you will be. Anyway, this is my time with Elise.

Elise: But I have a massage appointment.

Jack: No, but we have an appointment for tea and crumpets right now. She can wait. Call me on my cell, okay?

Jill: Jack, Jack, what I have to tell you needs to be in person, and the sooner the better.


Arthur: Talk to me, Katherine. What's going on k that beautiful head of yours?

Kay: Nothing, Arthur.

Arthur: Now don't tell me, "nothing." You've been very preoccupied the past several weeks.

Kay: Well, I don't know. I can't explain it, but I do wish you would not worry about it.

Arthur: Is it your health, something about the tests today that you're not telling me about?

Kay: My health is just fine.

Arthur: Darling, I'm really losing patience with the way you're shutting me out. I have to wonder if you're having second thoughts about marrying me.

Kay: Oh, don't be silly. (Chortles)

Arthur: Look at me. I see something in your eyes that wasn't there before. Something's changed, hasn't it?

Kay: Oh, Arthur, I'm sure it's your imagination. For heaven's sakes, nothing has changed.

Arthur: Look, I think I'll skip breakfast. I'll see you at home after your doctor's appointment.

Kay: Darling, are you upset with me?

Arthur: Of course not, Katherine, but I just wish you'd confide in me, because something, something's put you in this melancholy mood, and sooner of later I'm gonna find out what it is.

Kay: Oh, Arthur.


Gloria: Ah! Mmm! (Giggles) oh! Good morning, Ashley. How nice to see you.

Ashley: Gloria.

Gloria: I can't believe how late it is. John really let me sleep in this morning.

Ashley: Yeah, the rest of the world's been up for quite some time.

Gloria: Well, what can I say? Some of us need our beauty rest, although your father, bless his heart, would disagree. Where is he, by the way?

Ashley: In his study, I believe.

Gloria: Oh. Well, then I guess I'll just have Mrs. Martinez serve me breakfast on the terrace by myself, unless you'd care to join me.

Ashley: You certainly enjoy your life here, don't you, Gloria?

Gloria: And that bothers you?

Ashley: Yeah, it does.

Gloria: Why?

Ashley: I feel like you're taking advantage of my father.

Gloria: How? By having breakfast outside?

Ashley: That's not what I mean.

Gloria: Well, then what do you mean?

Ashley: You know, Gloria, my father and actually our entire family has worked very hard for everything we have.

Gloria: I'm sure you have, and you should enjoy it. What's life without a little fun, right? (Giggles)

Ashley: You know something? I don't like you. I don't like you. I'm sure that doesn't come as any surprise.

Gloria: Ashley...


(Doorbell rings)

Victor: Morning, Bradley.

Brad: Ash already left for the day.

Victor: I didn't come to see Ashley.

Brad: Abby's not here either.

Victor: I didn't come to see Abby. I came to see you to discuss Abby.

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.


J.T.: Colleen's Dad?

Paul: Yeah, I know. Talk about your small world.

J.T.: Yeah, no kidding. Unbelievable.

Paul: Anyway, J.T., I want you to check out a few things. I've made a list.

J.T.: Yeah, okay, I'm on it.

Paul: And in the meantime, I'm gonna check some things out on the web, but I cannot emphasize enough how discreet you must be with this.

J.T.: Yeah, sure, absolutely. So do you think it's true, what Nikki said about Mr. Carlton being Charlie Cassen?

Paul: Well, Nikki certainly thinks it's true.

J.T.: Well, what do you think?

Paul: You know, sometimes the truth is stranger than fiction.

J.T.: And if it's true, poor Mr. Carlton.

Paul: Yeah, I know. It's gonna be rough dredging up all those painful memories, no doubt about it.

J.T.: Imagine learning out the blue what happened to your brother all those years ago.

Paul: Yeah, I know. And to make matters worse, it's Nikki. I don't know if you're aware of this, but Nikki and Brad are incredibly close. In fact, they were almost married once.

J.T.: Really? No.

Paul: So God only knows what this is gonna do to their friendship.


Elise: You know, Jack, that last set took a little longer than--

Jack: No, no, no, no, listen, Jill can wait, that is, of course, unless you decide to accept my advice.

Jill: Oh, that'll be the day.

Jack: Well, my point exactly. Jill's a very bright woman. She just--

Jill: Let me, let me. What he's trying to tell you is that I have very bad taste in men, but what he won't tell you is that I used to be in love with him, so it kind of proves his point, doesn't it?

Elise: Really?

Jack: Jill...

Elise: This is the second of your exes we've run into. Are there any more?

Jack: No.

Jill: There are many. Jack is no genius at the game of love.

Jack: Okay, party's over. You can reach me on my cell. Okay, let's get our table.

Elise: No, seriously, I have a massage appointment.

Jack: Skip it. I'll give you a massage myself.

Elise: No, I think Jill needs to talk to you.

Jack: Sweetheart--

Elise: But I do accept the offer. I mean, two massages in one day, I can live with that. Nice to meet you, Jill, and I hope everything goes well with this Elliot person.

Jill: Thank you, Elise. At least someone wishes me well.

Elise: All right, bye.

Jack: Okay, what is the big news?

Jill: Elliot asked me to marry him.

Jack: You're kidding me. Oh, my God. This guy will stoop to anything. What else?

Jill: I accepted.

Jack: You what? This is a joke, right? You didnít.

Jill: I just wanted you to know, Jack.

Jack: That should be the least of your worries. This is insane. You're not really going--

Jill: I'm not asking for your permission, okay? Look, I know you don't like Elliot, but you and I have meant a lot to each other over the years, and I want to be the one to tell you, and I mean tell you, not run it by you for your approval.

Jack: This is wrong. This is bad. What have I got to do to talk you out of this? Elliot Hampton does not want to marry you.

Jill: Oh, thank you. Spoken like a true friend.

Jack: He wants to dazzle you with dreams of connubial bliss, so you won't notice he's picking your mother's pocket, and ultimately yours, I might add. No, please!

Jill: All right, all right, all right. There is one way you can stop me from marrying him.

Jack: Just name it.

Jill: Marry me yourself. Well, come on, big boy, what's it gonna be?


Gloria: I can't believe that you're being so rude.

Ashley: I can't believe you're still here. I was hoping my father would see you for what you really are.

Gloria: Which is...?

Ashley: A gold digger. I said it. It's all out in the open now. You can cut the innocent routine. You don't love my father. You love his money, Gloria, and you love this house. I'm sure you couldn't wait to drag him into bed.

Gloria: Honey, I hardly needed to drag him anywhere. Your father's been alone a very long time.

Ashley: And that made it that much easier for you.

Gloria: Give the man some credit. I'm sure he's been around the block a few times.

Ashley: That's true. Interesting, too, because he can't see through you, but I can. I know you have secrets, Gloria.


Neil: Look, uh, Devon, I know you don't want to talk about things. I think we have to. You see, no matter where you go, I want you to know that Mrs. Winters, Lily and I-- we want to stay connected to you.

Devon: Why? 'Cause you guys know I had a tough time, and now you're feeling guilty?

Neil: No, because we care.

Devon: Really? Let me ask then. If you care so much, then why did you kick me out?

Neil: You know, your stay with our family was only meant to be temporary until Ms. Davis found you a place elsewhere.

Devon: Yeah, but you know, that's not what Mrs. Winters said.

Neil: I'm sorry about that. She was mistaken.

Devon: Oh, you know, I was the dumb one for thinking that things were gonna be any different this time.

Neil: Look, Devon, in the short time that I've known you, you've grown up an awful lot. You're a great kid with a lot of potential. I'm just sorry that we're not in a position to take you in right now permanently.

Devon: You know what? Its okay, it really is. I've heard it all before. It's not about me, anyway. It's all about you.

Neil: No, no, that's where you're wrong. That's not true. See, man, one day you're gonna look back, and you're gonna realize that this right here-- this was a crossroads. Before you know it, you're gonna be 18 years old. You'll be a legal adult. What kind of man are you gonna be? More importantly, what kind of man do you want to be? Let your life be driven with purpose. You know, you can do anything. You can be anything that you want to be as long as you put your mind to it. It is your choice, man. Create your own future. You understand?


Jack: I haven't been proposed to in quite that way before.

Jill: If you won't play the game, you can't make the rules.

Jack: You really want to be married that badly?

Jill: I'm tired of being single, okay? And he is a lot better company than a romance novel and a hot water bottle.

Jack: Those are your only options, living as a spinster or being married to a scoundrel?

Jill: He is not a scoundrel, all right? You and I both looked as hard as we could. We couldn't find any proof of wrongdoing.

Jack: Jill!

Jill: He's so stimulating. He doesn't talk like other people. He doesn't think like other people. He's free. He makes me feel alive, okay? And if you were really a friend to me, you would be happy for me.

Jack: No, no, wait, listen.

Jill: Don't! I'm so tired of your advice.

Jack: Keep your voice down.

Jill: I'll take my voice, and I'll get out of here, okay? Good-bye, Jack. Thanks for nothing.

Jack: Wait, Jill...


Gloria: I have secrets, Ashley? And what would those be?

Ashley: I don't know, not yet, but I'm sure they're not pretty.

Gloria: You are?

Ashley: Mm-hmm. A woman like you has one way of operating, and I think we both know what that is.

Gloria: You talk about sex like it's something to be ashamed of.

Ashley: It is, the way you use it.

Gloria: Who are you to judge me? You know, some of us weren't born with silver spoons in our mouth, but that doesn't make us dirt, so I suggest you keep your opinions to yourself and leave your father and me alone.

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

Gloria: Go right ahead. Watch your pretty little eyes out. It makes no difference to me.

Gloria: Mrs. Martinez, I'd like my breakfast now, please.


Kay: (Thinking) why are you doing this, Katherine, doubting yourself? Do you really want to destroy the best thing that's happened to you in years just because of a bitter stepson?

Harrison: 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, you know? 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!

Kay: Oh, dear God, I wish I had never laid eyes on Harrison Bartlett.

Gina: Katherine, in case you hadn't noticed, no one's sitting with you.

Kay: Well, don't mind me. I'm just talking to myself.

Gina: I do that, too, more often than I should. So it looks like you've been abandoned.

Kay: Yes, I'm afraid so.

Gina: Would you still like to order some breakfast?

Kay: No, no, thank you, darling, but just bring me the bill.

Gina: Oh, that's okay. Judge Hendricks picked up the tab on the way out. Katherine, are you all right?

Kay: Is that Paul Williams at the bar?

Gina: Oh, yeah, he's having breakfast with his new assistant. You let me know if I can get you anything.

J.T.: I still can't believe Joshua Cassenís brother could be Mr. Carlton.

Paul: Well, we're gonna check it out anyway. Just remember, don't mention this to anyone.

J.T.: Yeah.

Paul: Brad Carlton is well-known in this community, and we're not certain of anything yet, right?

J.T.: Okay.

Kay: Hello, Paul.

Paul: Katherine, how are you doing? Good to see you. You know my associate J.T., don't you?

Kay: Yes, yes, of course I do. That's one of my granddaughter's roommates.

J.T.: Hi, Mrs. Chancellor. How are you?

Kay: Paul, if your schedule isn't too busy, I, uh... I'd like to acquire your services.

Paul: Okay, what would you like me to do?

Kay: I would like you to investigate someone.

Paul: Who?

Kay: My fiancť.


Brad: Make it quick, Victor. I have a meeting to get to.

Victor: When I was here yesterday trying to find out how Abby was doing, she said something that was rather disturbing to me. She said she wouldn't want to come back to the ranch and go riding ever again.

Brad: Do you blame her? She was thrown off a horse and dislocated her shoulder.

Victor: I understand that.

Brad: That would scare anyone.

Victor: But you and I both know that was an accident.

Brad: Just get to the point, Victor.

Victor: The point is that we should try everything in our power to encourage her to go back riding, to face her fear. I think it's best for her.

Brad: And for you, right?

Victor: I'm talking about Abby right now.

Brad: Spare me.

Victor: Let me ask you something, Bradley. Is it so difficult for you to understand that I have feelings for the little girl?

Brad: Can we just cut the bull for a second? You want her riding horses again for one reason only. It's the only connection she has with you. That's why you bought her a horse in the first place.

Victor: You're wrong about that.

Brad: Come on, you resorted to a tactic you're familiar with. You tried to bribe her, but it backfired.

Victor: She is my daughter as well, Bradley, my biological daughter. I'm not trying to bribe her. I was simply trying to find ways of spending more time with her. Try to understand that.

Brad: If Abby doesn't want to ride anymore, that's her choice. You tried to make her part of your world. She's turned away from you. She prefers to be with her real family, and you can't handle that, so what do you do? You come to me to facilitate a connection that I don't think should have been there in the first place. Well, sorry, pal, but you're knocking on the wrong door. Now if you'll excuse me, I have a busy day.

Victor: You are intent on making this difficult, aren't you, Bradley? You're depriving that beautiful little girl of a possible lifetime of pleasure. Why? Because you can't get over your contempt for me. Now ask yourself who should be called selfish in this case?


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

Jill: You're talking about taking off and never coming back?

Nikki: I just don't think you should judge somebody that you barely know.

Bobby: If Victor's so great, why are you here with me?

Harrison: It's good to see you're still alive.

Kay: What are you doing here?

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