Wednesday Y&R Transcript 10/27/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 10/27/04 -- Canada, Thursday 10/28/04 -- U.S.A.


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

(Telephone rings) (Ring) (Ring)

Brittany: Hello?

Bobby: Good morning.

Brittany: Hi, Bobby.

Bobby: Did I wake you up?

Brittany: No, I was just lying here in bed, thinking about you.

Bobby: Oh, really? You know, I could be over there in about 15 minutes.

Brittany: Bobby.

Bobby: (Chuckles) I'm just kidding. Have you looked outside today?

Brittany: No. Why?

Bobby: It's gotta be the most beautiful day I've ever seen. And I was thinkin', why don't we get married?

Brittany: Hmm. I'd say there's nothing I'd rather do.

Bobby: Oh, can you believe that it's finally here? Our big day.

Brittany: I can't wait. I feel like I'm dreaming.

Bobby: Mmm, it's no dream. This is it--the first day of the rest of our lives. Doesn't even sound corny today, huh? Hello? You still there?

Brittany: Yeah, I'm here.

Bobby: All right, look, I know you have a lot to do today, so I am gonna let you go. I love you.

Brittany: I love you, too.

Bobby: Talk to you later. Bye-bye.

Brittany: Bye.

Brittany: My wedding day.


Kay: Stop it, Katherine, just stop it.

Jill: There you are. Were you ever gonna tell me?

Kay: Well, good morning to you, too, Jill.

Jill: How could you keep something like this from me?

Kay: Well, if you are speaking about Arthur, I was sound asleep when you came home last evening.

Jill: Are the accusations true?

Kay: You must have talked to, uh, Harrison Bartlett.

Jill: Yes, I talked to him. He walked into the boardroom last night like he owned the place. Katherine, couldn't you have warned me that there was some nutcase wandering around town? Because I don't, for one moment, believe any of the terrible things he was saying about my father.

Kay: Well, neither do I. I also know the Arthur that Harrison was describing is certainly not the Arthur that I love.

Jill: Katherine, apparently you have known about this for some time. Why haven't you told me?


Nikki: There you are. I have been looking all over for you. I've got those revised figures that you wanted, and you're not going to like them. These suppliers are not budging, but we're just gonna have to deal with it. Are you listening to me? Brad, I can see that you're upset, and I think I know why. That's actually the real reason why I was looking for you. I owe you an apology.

Brad: An apology?

Nikki: Yes, for pressuring you to talk about your past. I had no right to make you dredge up those horrible memories. I'm sorry. What's wrong? What is it? Is it the conversation that we had?

Brad: No. My whole world's falling apart, Nikki.


[Ashley remembering]

Ashley: What are you doing?

Brad: I'm going away from here, away from you, away from your lies and deceptions.

Ashley: Don't do it like this, Brad. Please, not like this. Please.

Brad: Hear this. Hear it! I look at you right now, and I feel nothing but disgust. I'm not gonna stand here another second...

Ashley: Brad, please--

Brad: And listen to more of your lies and your excuses. I will call about Abby. Beyond that, it's over.


Abby: Mommy?

Abby: Where's Daddy?

Ashley: Honey, he's not here.

Abby: Did he go to work?

Ashley: Um, I think so.

Abby: You're not sure?

Ashley: Not 100% sure, but I am sure that you're gonna see him a little later.

Abby: What's wrong, Mommy?

Ashley: Mommy's just a little sad today, but I'm okay. Come here. Okay. You have to get some breakfast in your tummy, 'cause Frances is gonna pick you up really soon, and you can't go to school on an empty tummy, right? So you go to the kitchen, and I'll be right there. Bye, sweetie. (Telephone rings) (Ring)

Ashley: Hello?

Victor: How you doing this morning?

Ashley: Hi. I'm okay.

Victor: How's Abby?

Ashley: We're both okay.

Victor: Well, I miss her a lot.

Ashley: I know you do.

Victor: You don't think there will be a chance of her coming out to the Rec Center again? I just remember that she enjoyed the art classes a lot.

Ashley: I just don't want to push her. Do you understand?

Victor: Sure, I understand.

Ashley: I'll be in touch real soon, though.

Victor: I'm looking forward to that.

Ashley: Bye.


Noah: Victor? Have you seen my spelling book?

Victor: Hey, Noah. Uh, what does it look like?

Noah: It's about this big and has a horse on it.

Victor: Hmm. You like horses?

Noah: Yeah, I like to ride 'em with my dad.

Victor: Hmm, look here. Is that it?

Noah: Thanks.

Victor: Yeah. And, Noah?

Noah: Am I in trouble?

Victor: No. Why would you be in trouble? I just want to tell you something. I'm very proud of you. I'm very proud to be your grandpa, okay?

Noah: Okay. Thanks, Victor. Thanks for finding my spelling book.

Victor: Any time.


Kay: I would just like to spare you some worry.

Jill: I am not a child, Katherine.

Kay: Well, you have certainly had your problems to deal with lately.

Jill: Oh, please, forget about Elliot.

Kay: Listen, nursing a broken heart can be difficult at best, and I'm not about to compound that by spreading poison about your father.

Jill: Katherine, it was not fair of you to keep something from me that is this important.

Kay: I am sorry. I am sorry. But I was not about to let the ravings of some lunatic spoil the relationship between you and your father.

Jill: So that's what these are? They're the ravings of-- they're--these accusations are not true, then, you're saying?

Kay: Can you even ask?

Jill: God, he had his facts down so pat. He was so sincere.

Kay: And he is so disturbed. And in his mind, I am sure that he believes what he is saying is the truth.

Jill: Good. Okay. So you're just saying he's delusional, then? Well, how can we find out for sure?

Kay: Oh, Jill, do you really believe your father is a murderer?

Jill: You know what? Harrison told me something else. He said that you were checking out his claims. Is that true? Are you having Arthur investigated?


 (Knock at door)

J.T.: No, that-- that's not acceptable. Why? Why is that not acceptable? 'Cause we can't have people standing around at the reception with nothing to eat.

Lauren: Hi.

J.T.: Yeah, yeah, listen. Listen, just-- okay, here's the deal. I'm gonna call you back in a half-hour. I want you to have good news for me, all right? Say it with me, good news. Good, thank you.

Lauren: What was all that about?

J.T.: Ah, stupid caterers. Tryin' to change the plans, the schedule, last minute. As if Brittany doesn't have enough to deal with right now.

Lauren: Is she here? I have her dress.

J.T.: No, she's still sleeping.

Lauren: All right, well, then I'm gonna leave this with you, okay? All the alterations were done. Everything's fine. If she has any questions, tell her to call me at the boutique.

J.T.: All right.

Lauren: You do remember the number there, don't you?

J.T.: Yeah, I remember the number. I'll tell her for ya. Man, am I gonna be glad when this day's over. Planning a wedding is so lame. I finally had to tell Brittany I didn't want anything else to do with it.

Lauren: Huh, and yet here you are rescuing her again.

J.T.: Yeah, well, you know, it's her wedding day. I'm supposed to be her, like, her best man of honor or whatever the hell I am. And besides, you know, she doesn't have anybody else. I made her a deal.

Lauren: Really? So I'm just curious about something. What do you get out of the deal?


J.T.: What do I get out of this? That's a good question.

Lauren: You know what I think?

J.T.: What?

Lauren: I don't think you need to get anything out of this. I think you're doing it because you have a good heart, and I'm sure Brittany really appreciates it.

Brittany: J.T., Did I hear the-- oh, hi, Lauren.

Lauren: Hi.

Brittany: I didn't know you were here.

Lauren: Yeah, I came to drop off your dress.

Brittany: Oh, excellent. One less thing for me to worry about. Were there any problems with the alterations?

Lauren: No, I had one of my best seamstresses on it.

Brittany: Excellent. Who was on the phone?

J.T.: Uh, it was the caterer.

Brittany: Oh, no. What happened now?

J.T.: No, its fine, it's fine. They just called to say everything was right on schedule.

Brittany: Oh, thank goodness. I don't want anything going wrong today. I don't think I could handle it.

J.T.: Brittany, everything's under control. Just relax.

Brittany: Yeah, right, like that'll happen. Do you want some coffee, Lauren?

Lauren: Oh, no, thanks. I'm good. I have to get going anyway.

Brittany: Did you show J.T. my dress?

Lauren: Actually, I thought you could do the honors.

Brittany: Oh, wait till you see what Lauren picked out for me. It is gorgeous. It's like something out of a movie.

J.T.: Yeah, I'm sure you'll look amazing.

Brittany: Not if I don't get moving. I'm gonna jump in the shower. Thank you, Lauren, for everything.

Lauren: Oh, honey, it's my pleasure. And you have the most fabulous day.

Brittany: Thank you.

Lauren: She seems happy.


J.T.: I hope so. It's only the biggest day of her life.

Lauren: It's a big day for you, too. It's not every day you see your best friend get married. How you holding up?

J.T.: Me? I'm fine.

Lauren: She's really a striking girl, don't you think?

J.T.: Brittany? Yeah, she's a knockout.

Lauren: Do you ever wonder about the two of you? You know, what might have been?

Lauren: That's what I thought. All right, I'll see you later.

J.T.: See ya.

Lauren: Bye.


(Horn honks)

Cassie: Oh, that's the bus. Bye.

Sharon: What? You barely ate anything.

Cassie: Sorry, Mom, we have to go.

Sharon: Bye, sweetie. Have a good day. Bye.

Nick: See you, little man.

Noah: Bye, Dad.

Cassie: Jacket. Okay, bye, you guys.

Sharon: You know, sometimes I wonder why I even bother.

Nick: Babe, they just had to take off.

Sharon: Yeah, but... why do I go to the trouble of making all this food when no one's even gonna eat it? You know, last night they did the same thing. They didn't have any dinner. They were too busy, they had to rush off, and they didn't even tell me they weren't gonna be here.

Nick: That's just the way kids are these days. Try not to let it bother you.

Sharon: Well, it does bother me.

Nick: Well, I understand why. Okay? But, you know, I'm here. I'll eat all this food. I will. I'll even eat yours.

Sharon: (Chuckles) here. Nice try, silly. It's not just that the kids can't be here to eat with us. You know, it's me. I just can't help feeling like my life is passing me by.


Nikki: Brad, I'm not sure I follow you.

Brad: Everything I thought I had is gone.

Nikki: Why? Because of what I told you? Because of what I asked you about your past?

Brad: No.

Nikki: Well, then, what are you talking about?

Brad: Something I had seen coming for a long time, but... I didn't really want to see it or believe it.

Brad: Ashley and I... it's over, Nikki. We're done.


Ashley: Okay, let me look at you, make sure you got everything. Yeah, you look good. Come here. I want you to have a good day, all right?

Abby: I love you, Mommy.

Ashley: Baby, I love you, too. Bye, sweet pea. Frances is waiting, so you better get goin', okay?

Abby: Bye, Mommy.

Ashley: Bye, honey.

Jack: You have a good day, too, kiddo. Love you.

(Doorbell rings)

Jack: Ash?

Jack: Ash?

Ashley: What are you doing here so bright and early? Thought you were sleeping in these days.

Jack: Curiosity. Did you know anything about Dad going out of town?

Ashley: No, I did not.

Jack: Neither did I.

Ashley: Why, is he planning a trip with you-know-who?

Jack: Well, not exactly. I think we're beyond the planning stages.

Ashley: Oh, no, he's taking a cruise.

Jack: He left, first thing this morning.

Ashley: This day just keeps getting better.


Victor: Neil, I hope you haven't been waiting too long.

Neil: No, not at all. Actually, Miguel fixed me a nice cup of coffee, thanks.

Victor: What have you got for me?

Neil: Uh, updates on the Bennington acquisition, detailed analysis of our European contracts--

Victor: Before we get to that, there's something I want to ask you. I understand that my son came to you telling you that my daughter-in-law was interested in a job at Newman Enterprises, and you turned her down.

Neil: I just didn't see her as a good fit for the company at this time. I'm sorry, Victor.

Victor: I just want you to know there's no reason for you to feel sorry, because I happen to agree with you.

Neil: You do?

Victor: And I told her so myself.

Neil: Well, I do appreciate your support on this one. I can imagine how disappointed Sharon was.

Victor: Oh, it was very upsetting to her, I'm sure, but I want you to know that as far as I'm concerned, you made the right decision.

Neil: Thank you.

Victor: Now having said that, how are things going at the office?

Neil: Victor, you'll be pleased to learn that Newman Enterprises is running quite well without you.


Sharon: I'm not saying that my life isn't rewarding, but, you know, take yesterday, for example. I went shopping for something the children needed, and then I spent the rest of the afternoon cooking for absolutely no one.

Nick: Because the kids had other activities.

Sharon: Yes, but activities that they failed to mention to me in advance. And then to top that off, Drucilla stopped by.

Nick: She came out here? Why?

Sharon: To gloat, of course, because Neil and Victor wouldn't hire me.

Nick: She drove all the way out here to do that?

Sharon: Well, not exactly. She was a little more deft than that.

Nick: Meaning what?

Sharon: Well, she wanted me to think that she hadn't done anything to sabotage my chances with Neil and Victor.

Nick: Babe, no one's trying to sabotage you. The timing's just not right.

Sharon: Oh, I don't know if I believe that, Nick. I mean, I'm not stupid.

Nick: Nobody thinks you are. Besides, if you ask me, this is Newman’s loss anyway.

Sharon: Yeah. Some loss, huh?

Nick: Look, I wasn't gonna bring this up until I could run it by a few more people, but there's reason to keep your hopes up. I talked to Jack Abbott. He seems to think there might be a position for you at Jabot.

Sharon: Oh.

Nick: Oh? Isn't that at least a little exciting?

Sharon: I don't know, Nick. I appreciate everything that you're trying to do for me. I really do, but it's just, maybe this whole thing is just doomed. You know, maybe I'm over the hill. Youth is what sells these days. Maybe I'm too old. Maybe I'm not pretty enough. I don't know.

Nick: Sharon, that is crazy.

Sharon: Well, you have to say that. You're my husband.

Nick: That doesn't mean it's not true.

Nick: Being with you makes me feel like I'm the luckiest man on earth. You are everything that a woman should be-- your hair, your skin, the way your body fits perfectly next to mine when I hold you.

Nick: I love everything about you. I love your hands.

Nick: I love your arms.

Nick: The way your neck curves into your shoulders. I love your cute little ears.

Nick: But most of all, I love your face.

Nick: I love your eyes.

Nick: And these lips.


Kay: Jill, this is just all so ridiculous.

Jill: You're avoiding my question.

Kay: All right, if you want to know the truth, I did ask Paul Williams to investigate Harrison’s allegations. Now don't you think for one second that I do believe Arthur killed his wife?

Jill: And when is Paul supposed to report back to you?

Kay: It doesn't matter. After I talked to Paul, I just decided it was a waste of money.

Jill: Waste of money? You have all the money in the world! If it'll put your suspicions to rest--

Kay: It will open up more, more, more questions.

Jill: You've already heard back from him, haven't you? Haven't you?

Kay: Yes! Now stop pestering me!

Jill: I want to see the report.

Kay: No.

Jill: Why not?

Kay: Because it would simply upset you, Jill.

Jill: It'll only upset me if there's something bad in it.

Kay: It's not so much bad as it is disturbing. My God, it doesn't prove a thing.

Jill: Where is the report? I want to see it.

Kay: No.

Jill: It's right--

Kay: Oh, my God. Jill, no!

Jill: How can you say that Harrison is a lunatic? Have you read this? This is exactly as he says it was. , Mom?


Nikki: How did this happen?

Brad: How did it happen? Too much stress, constant tension.

Nikki: Yeah, but it's a huge step from that to ending a marriage.

Brad: Not when it's been going on for so long. The closeness that Ash and I shared hasn't been there in months.

Nikki: So it's really over, forever?

Brad: I should have seen it coming. Who am I kidding? I did see it coming. I was in denial.

Nikki: I can't believe she did this to you.

Brad: It's not all Ashley’s fault, Nikki.

Nikki: Well, then why aren't you at home trying to work it out? This is your marriage. I think it's worth a conversation or two.

Brad: We had a conversation. There's nothing left to say.

Nikki: My God, Brad. Have you been here all night?

Brad: Yeah, thought I'd get some work done. I knew I wouldn't get any sleep.

Nikki: I am so sorry.

Brad: God, how I loved that woman, Nikki. I still do.

Nikki: Brad, are you sure that there isn't a chance that you can fix this?

Brad: That's not going to happen.

Nikki: Well, you still haven't told me why. What happened to make you end it?

Brad: Ash told me that I was right, and I had been all along.

Nikki: Right about what?

Brad: That we'd been living a lie. That was it. I wasn't gonna let it go on a moment longer.

Nikki: Living a lie? What does that mean?

Brad: My wife is in love with your husband. I'm sorry, Nikki. There's no doubt. Ash admitted it.


Jack: Amazing, huh? Dad takes off on a cruise, doesn't tell either one of us.

Ashley: It's not that amazing, Jack. He doesn't see that she's digging her nails into him.

Jack: Hey, he's happy right now. We haven't seen him that way in a long time.

Ashley: Well, I wonder how happy he's going to be when he finally realizes that she's taking him to the cleaners.

Jack: Wow, you can't see the good in any of this, can you?

Ashley: Nope. Nothing we can do, though. They're gone. So any more joy you want to spread this morning?

Jack: Actually, yes, there is something else I wanted to talk with you about.

Ashley: Oh, good. More happy news?

Jack: Boy, you are in a foul mood, aren't you?

Ashley: Yeah, I am.

Jack: Care to talk about it?

Ashley: Not particularly, no.

Jack: Maybe it'll help.

Ashley: Maybe you should mind your own business, Jackie.

Jack: Jeez, is that any way to talk to your favorite brother?

Ashley: It is when he's being just a little bit too nosy.

Jack: Ash, I talked to Brad the other night.

Ashley: Really?

Jack: Yeah, really. Given that conversation, I somehow imagined you'd be in better spirits this morning.

Ashley: What did you talk to him about?

Jack: Your marriage.


J.T.: You heading over to Ms. Chancellor's?

Brittany: Uh, yeah. Are you coming?

J.T.: Yeah, soon. I gotta make a phone call first.

Brittany: Okay, um, I feel like I'm forgetting something.

J.T.: Like your wedding dress, maybe?

Brittany: Oh, right. How could I forget that? Uh, okay, let's see. How am I gonna do this?

J.T.: You know what? You got enough to carry. I'll just... I'll bring it with me.

Brittany: Okay. You sure you don't mind?

J.T.: No, no, not at all. I've got big shoulders.

Brittany: Great. Just don't take too long. I can't go walking down the aisle looking like this.

J.T.: Well, actually, you probably could, but it's probably not what you're going for.

Brittany: Definitely not. Well, I guess this is it.

J.T.: Yeah.

Brittany: Wish me luck.

J.T.: You really think you'll need luck?

Brittany: No, not really.

J.T.: Well, you know, you'd better go.

Brittany: See you there.

J.T.: All right.


Nick: You are the most beautiful woman in the world to me, and I'm convinced you can do whatever you want if you set your mind to it. I have total faith in you.

Sharon: To hear you say that, sweetheart, it means the world to me. Thank you.

Nick: I love you.

Sharon: I love you.

Neil: I certainly didn't mean that the way it sounded, Victor. Naturally, you're missed.

Victor: There's no need to apologize, all right?

Neil: Still, the company doesn't feel the same without you at the helm. I mean, maybe you don't realize just how important your guidance is.

Victor: Neil, stop blowing smoke. You and I know that I scare people around there. They're probably much happier with you around. You're a much mellower person than I am, and I'm sure you enjoy your life as C.E.O.

Neil: Well, I gotta admit, I won't deny I'm loving every minute of it.

Victor: I imagine you are, just as long as you remember it's temporary.

Neil: Now come on, I couldn't forget that. It's your company, and I'll welcome you back with my eternal gratitude for the opportunity you gave me.

Victor: That's all right. What have you got there?

Neil: Okay, um, on the top-- that's the Bennington report. There you go.

Victor: Hmm, it looks like a done deal.

Neil: We're damn close.

Victor: And this started as a hostile takeover, right?

Neil: Victor, once they realized exactly what we can do, they changed their tune. They welcomed us with open arms.

Victor: Well, look at this here. Our new offices in Beijing seemed to do very well.

Neil: Would you believe it? We're getting great cooperation from the Chinese government.

Victor: If you had asked me that a few years ago, I would have thought you were nuts to suggest that. I would never have imagined that the Chinese government would welcome capitalism with such open arms. And you know who's responsible for that more than anyone? Richard Nixon.

Neil: Yeah, yeah, I studied that. Uh, listen, Victor, those documents, that material-- you're more than welcome to keep them and look 'em over at your leisure.

Victor: All right. Thank you.

Neil: So on another note, how are things going at the recreation center?

Victor: How are things going in the Rec center? Well, other than that unfortunate incident with your daughter, quite well. I hired some extra security, made sure the drug pushers don't hang around, even started a chess club.

Neil: Wow, that's great. I'm sure you're very proud of yourself.

Victor: Yeah, not as proud as I am of the many accomplishments at Newman enterprises.

Neil: Regrets?

Victor: Neil, we've known each other long enough so that I can tell you, yeah, I have regrets-- too many to count, too many to count. I just often wonder how the hell I ended up in this position.

Neil: Well, if I may offer some advice, have faith. 'Cause knowing you, you'll come back stronger and more powerful than ever.

Victor: Yep.


Ashley: Why would you be discussing my marriage with Brad?

Jack: Well, for starters, because I'm your brother, and I care about you. And you couldn't keep going on the way you were. You were both miserable.

Ashley: You probably shared that with him, right?

Jack: I don't think you're being fair to Brad.

Ashley: You probably drove that point home, too.

Jack: All I said was it was time for him to step up and take a strong stand if he wanted to save his marriage.

Ashley: All you said, huh? That's all you said?

Jack: Where's Brad right now?

Ashley: Why don't you call his secretary and ask her?

Jack: I'm asking you. Where is Bradley?

Ashley: I don't know where he is, Jack. I don't know where he spent the night. I just know that he's gone from here, and I really wish you hadn't spoken to him.

Jack: Why? What happened?

Ashley: It's over. I told him.

Jack: You told him what, exactly?

Ashley: I told him that I didn't feel the same way about our marriage anymore.

Ashley: God! I still love Victor, Jack, and I guess I always will.


Mac: Hey.

J.T.: Thought you were working at the Rec center.

Mac: I was. It was so slow, Jamal sent me home.

J.T.: Well, you got the place to yourself. I'm outta here.

Mac: Hey, wait. J.T., can we talk for a second?

J.T.: No, I gotta get this dress over to your grandma's place. Brittany's waiting on it.

Mac: Uh, yeah, I don't think you should do this.

J.T.: Do what? What are you talking about?

Mac: Be in Brittany’s wedding.

J.T.: It's a little late to back out now, isn't it?

Mac: Listen to me. If you stand up for her, it's like saying you're all for this marriage.

J.T.: I don't have time to talk about this, okay? I gotta go. Brittany's waiting on this dress. She's getting married in a couple hours.

Mac: Exactly, which is why you need to tell her how you feel before it's too late.

J.T.: If I don't, then what? What happens?

Mac: Then you'll regret it for the rest of your life. Can you handle that?


Nikki: I can't believe that Ashley finally admitted her feelings for Victor. She has tried to keep those hidden for years.

Brad: Those days are over, Nikki. Ashley's changed.

Nikki: What does this mean? She's gonna go after my husband?

Brad: I don't know what she's planning, but I promise you one thing-- it does involve Victor.

Nikki: Oh, my God. I wonder where he stands in all of this.

Brad: I don't know what they've planned. I don't know what they've talked about. For what it's worth, Ash did say she doesn't have Victor waiting in the wings.

Nikki: Well, no, of course not. He's my husband. I still have a marriage, at least I think I do. So what about Victor? Do you think he's that vulnerable to her?

Brad: Oh, I don't know, Nikki. I don't know what to think. I just wanted to love her. I just wanted to build a life together with that little girl.

Brad: What the hell am I gonna do about Abby? How do I protect her from that son of a bitch now? Everything's up for grabs-- my future, Abby’s future...

Brad: And your future, Nikki.

Nikki: What does this mean? What's gonna happen now?


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

Ashley: I have loved you for so long.

Bobby: I won't tell if you don’t.

Anita: Is Bobby Marsino really the man that you want to spend the rest of your life with?

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