Thursday Y&R Transcript 10/28/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/28/04 -- Canada, Friday 10/29/04 -- U.S.A.


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Phyllis: You still have the sword out.

Phyllis: You're not gonna kill anybody with it, are you? Tell me you're not gonna use it.


Kay: Jill, if you will just remain calm, there is something I would like to point out.

Jill: What?

Kay: All right, now according to that report, neither the police nor the district attorney could find evidence to charge Arthur.

Jill: And that comforts you?

Kay: Not as much as I would like, frankly.

Jill: I just don't get this. This is Arthur Hendricks we're talking about--my father. This is the most gentle, kind, loving man I've ever known in my life.

Arthur: Why, thank you, Jill. What a lovely thing to say.

Jill: Dad.

Arthur: What have you got there, darling? What are you hiding behind your back?


Ashley: Oh, hi.

Olivia: Hi.

Ashley: I wasn't expecting to see you.

Olivia: Well, I hope you don't mind. I wanted to come and check on Abby. You know, you and I haven't spoken since her accident.

Ashley: Um, come on in. I was gonna run some errands, but come on in.

Olivia: Okay. I'll just be a minute.

Ashley: Okay.

Olivia: So how has she been doing? How's her shoulder?

Ashley: Um, she's not wearing the sling anymore. But she is in a pain once in awhile, but it's nothing serious.

Olivia: She still doing the exercises?

Ashley: Oh, yeah, yeah. I make sure she does them every night.

Olivia: Good.

Ashley: Unfortunately, just because she's recovering physically doesn't mean she's changed her attitude towards horses or Victor, actually.

Olivia: Oh, no. She has emotional scars from the accident?

Ashley: Uh-huh. But I'm hoping she's gonna overcome them. I plan on working with Victor to make sure that happens.

Olivia: Well, do you think that's a good idea? I mean, how does Brad feel about that? Why the look?

Ashley: Brad and I had a really serious conversation last night, Liv.

Olivia: And?

Ashley: He left me.


Bobby: What are you still doin' here? You have a wedding to go to.

Nikki: Uh, I could say the same thing to you. You're the groom. What are you doing here?

Bobby: Making sure you don't skip out on me.

Nikki: Uh-oh. What do you need, a little moral support?

Bobby: Yeah. All of Brittany’s friends are gonna be there, and some of 'em, they don't like me too much, so I'm tryin' to stack the deck.

Nikki: Aww. Well, it's sweet that you came personally. Hey, while you're here, can I get your opinion on something?

Bobby: What do you got?

Nikki: These are proposed ideas for new packaging for our perfumes. Which one do you like the best?

Bobby: Is this a trick question?

Nikki: Nope.

Bobby: This one right here.

Nikki: (Sighs) you are such a man.

Bobby: What'd you expect? You know, I like this side of you, the whole high-powered businesswoman. It's very intriguing.

Nikki: Really? Are you impressed?

Bobby: I'm very impressed.


J.T.: Look, there's a time and a place to tell a girl you're in love with her, but unless you're the groom, her wedding day isn't one of 'em.

Mac: I don't agree.

J.T.: I kinda got that.

Mac: Look, J.T., Yes, Brittany is about to get married, but if you do not tell her how you feel, it'll be too late and you're gonna lose her forever.

J.T.: So what? I-I tell Brittany how I feel, she ditches Bobby to be with me, is that what you're sayin'?

Mac: Yes! You owe it to Brittany to be honest with her. You owe it to both of you. How many chances do you get at true love?


(Door opens)

Brittany: Oh, it's about time, J.T. I was beginning to think you had forgot--

Anita: Brittany.

Brittany: Mom.

Anita: My goodness. Everything looks so beautiful.

Brittany: Why are you here?

Anita: You're my daughter. This is your wedding day. I wanted to be part of it.

Brittany: What about Dad?

Anita: I'm sorry. I tried to get him to come, but...

Brittany: I understand. But at least you came. It means so much to me. I knew you'd change your mind.

Anita: Brittany--

Brittany: I can't wait to show you my dress. J.T. should be here with it any minute. Mom, it is so pretty. I know you're gonna love it.

Anita: Brittany, wait. I don't want you getting the wrong idea.

Brittany: What do you mean?

Anita: I am still very opposed to this wedding.

Brittany: What? But you just said that you--

Anita: I'm here because I feel that I need to be, but... I feel like you're making a big mistake. Honey, I know you think you love this man.

Brittany: Its Bobby, Mother. Your new son-in-law's name is Bobby.

Anita: My point is... if you're convinced to go through with this wedding, there's nothing I can do to stop that. But as your mother I have to ask you if you are absolutely sure about this. Is Bobby Marsino really the man that you want to spend the rest of your life with?


Olivia: How did this happen? How did you two split up?

Ashley: I told him the truth... something I've owed him for a long time.

Olivia: The truth? And what is that, Ashley?

Ashley: That I just don't feel the same way about our marriage. And I can't keep trying to live things that I just don't feel. Brad is such a good man, and he was a wonderful husband and a wonderful father. But there's a part of me-- and it's a big part of me-- that still loves Victor. I said it. It's out in the open.

Olivia: And you said all this to Brad?

Ashley: Just do me a favor, okay, Liv? Don't--please, don't lecture me. I, uh... I feel like this weight's been lifted from me. For the first time in months, I feel like I can finally breathe.

Olivia: Are you listening to yourself?

Ashley: I wanted our marriage to work. I wanted to love him like nothing else mattered.

Olivia: But?

Ashley: That's not the way it was. I don't feel that way.

Olivia: So why now?

Ashley: Once I stopped hiding from my feelings, I-I just couldn't deny them anymore. I had to be straight with him. I mean, I just couldn't keep prolonging the inevitable when I felt like our marriage was doomed.

Olivia: And why is that, Ashley? Because Victor's so committed to Abby, you think you have a chance with him now? This isn't about Brad. What is it, some--some fantasy going on in your head that you and Victor are gonna ride off into the sunset with Abby sitting on Victor's lap?


Damon: This isn't the way this was supposed to turn out.

Phyllis: Has a much happier ending.

Damon: Does it?

Phyllis: You know, Damon, what you didn't include in your fantasy... was the police picking you up and hauling you off to jail for a very long time.

Damon: All this time, trying to control my hatred, keep it from eating me alive... I'm wondering if the effort ended up eating me alive instead.

Phyllis: No, it didn’t. It didn’t. Damon, it's over. It's time to move on.

Damon: Move on.

Phyllis: Yes. Move on.

Phyllis: And, um, speaking of that, um...

Damon: Yeah.

Phyllis: As long as we're contemplating your future... I wanna know if I have a place in it.


Arthur: Come on, Jill. What is that?

Jill: What's what?

Arthur: Behind your back. You look like you've been caught with your hand in the cookie jar.

Jill: Oh, it's just work.

Kay: Uh, darling, uh, where have you been? You left so early this morning.

Arthur: I went into town to the concert hall.

Kay: What on earth for?

Arthur: I wanted to wait in line and get good tickets. The Chicago symphony is performing there next month, and I thought the three of us could go together.

Jill: That's a sweet idea.

Kay: Yes, that's lovely.

Arthur: What's going on here? Has something happened since I've been gone, something I should know about?


Ashley: You know, you're acting like I manipulated this situation. This isn't what I wanted.

Olivia: Ashley... you're my dearest friend, and I love you like a sister, but--

Ashley: But what?

Olivia: You know, whatever my feelings are, I'm not gonna argue with you. That's not what you need right now.

Ashley: You're right. That's the last thing I need is another fight.

Olivia: But there's one thing I do want to say.

Ashley:(Sighs) go ahead.

Olivia: Honey, be careful. Be careful what you wish for.

Ashley: No, I can't do it this way. Not on the phone. (Slams phone down)

Ashley: I gotta do it in person.


Brittany: Mom, why don't you want me to be happy?

Anita: I do, honey. That is all I have ever wanted. I love you so much.

Brittany: So let me live my own life. When are you gonna realize I'm not a little girl anymore?

Anita: What if you postpone the ceremony?

Brittany: What?

Anita: Just for a little while, just to make sure it's what you really want.

Brittany: Look around you. Do you have any idea how much work I put into this wedding? Why would I do all this if it's not what I want?

Anita: Because... you're afraid.

Brittany: Afraid of what?

Anita: To admit that part of you is starting to have second thoughts.

Brittany: That's ridiculous.

Anita: Honey, it happens. You wouldn't be the first young woman to get caught up in all the excitement and preparation of a wedding. It's hard to step back and ask yourself if your heart's really in it.

Brittany: It is. I'm more confident about marrying Bobby than I ever was.

Anita: You don't have to do this. People would understand.

Brittany: I'm not talking about this anymore.

Anita: Brittany, would you wake up? There are plenty of wonderful men out there, men who would give you the life you deserve. Do you really think Bobby's the only man you could ever love? I am begging you, sweetheart... if you have even the tiniest bit of doubt, do not go through with this wedding. You listen to that little voice. Don't ignore it, please. This is too important.

Brittany: Thank you for coming.

Anita: Sweetheart--

Brittany: I need to finish getting ready. It's a beautiful day outside. Why don't you walk the grounds?

Brittany: Mom. I don't suppose there'd be any point in calling Dad, seeing if he changed his mind?

Anita: I don't think so.

Brittany: That's what I thought.


J.T.: I hate to break it to you, Mac, but I've already had my chance at love.

Mac: You mean Colleen?

J.T.: Yeah, I'm not goin' through that again.

Mac: Look, I know you cared about her but, deep down, you knew it wasn't gonna work out. You two were in different places.

J.T.: Why, because I was older?

Mac: Exactly, but that's not an issue with you and Brittany. You two have known each other forever. You practically grew up together.

J.T.: Yeah, and we couldn't be more different.

Mac: Well, you know what they say about opposites attracting.

J.T.: You're overlookin' something, all right? Even if I do tell Brittany how I feel, that doesn't mean she's gonna feel the same way. I could make a fool of myself.

Mac: So what?

J.T.: So what? Oh, that-- that's easy for you to say. You're not the one whose pride is on the line here.

Mac: Oh, what's the worst that could happen?

J.T.: What's the worst that could happen? She could laugh in my face. Then she could tell all her friends. I'd be the butt of every joke, and I'll never be able to look her in the eye again. That's what could happen.

Mac: Now you're really overreacting.

J.T.: Mac, if you're so sure that Brittany’s in love with me, then why is she marrying Bobby Marsino?

Mac: 'Cause she thinks there's no way she could be with you. And why does she think that? Because you've never told her that you're interested.

J.T.: I don't know, Mac. I don't know.

Mac: Put yourself in her shoes. Now I know Brittany tries to act all sophisticated and intelligent but, deep down, she's an old-fashioned girl. She just wants to be chased. So go chase her.


Kay: Well, I suppose there's no reason not to tell you.

Arthur: Tell me what?

Kay: Jill and i were just wondering something, and, uh, it concerns you.

Arthur: Well, good lord, if there's anything you want to know, you only have to ask.

Kay: Well, you've been so reluctant to talk about your past, though, Arthur.

Jill: In particular, your late wife.

Kay: And her death.

Arthur: Well, why on earth are you bringing this up? You know that part of my life was very difficult. I see no reason to discuss it.

Kay: We're just interested, that's all.

Arthur: You, too, Jill? Or did your mother put you up to this?

Jill: No. No. No. I'm curious, too.

Arthur: About what?

Jill: About how she died. What were the circumstances, Dad?

Arthur: Would one of you please tell me what's going on here? And why now?

Kay: Darling... does the name Harrison Bartlett mean anything to you?


Damon: How could you ask me if you have a place in my future?

Phyllis: Um, that's a normal thing to be curious about, isn't it? I mean, lately, it's been all about your son and wanting revenge on his killer. It seems that you need something, I don't know, new to focus on.

Damon: You'll do, for starters.

Phyllis: I'll do. Oh, I'm so glad you said that. You know, I have options. I want you to know that. I don't mind, you know, going out on the dating scene again. People callin' me.

Damon: Aren't you listenin' to me? I was so mad at you for involving yourself in this. But I brought it. I brought this whole thing and I left it on your doorstep. You took it all in and then you acted, not in your best interest, but purely outta love for me. Without your intervention, I'd probably be behind bars right now.

Phyllis: Yeah. I was just trying to buy time so that you'd see that the man who killed your son wasn't that same man.

Damon: Phyllis, you think it's real? Can a person change as much as he has?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Phyllis: Yeah, maybe. With all his experience and paying for the crime and then--and then doing time-- maybe he can help kids who haven't crossed the line yet.

Damon: Looks good on paper, don't it?

Phyllis: We're never gonna know because we're never gonna see Dominic Hughes again. We're never gonna see him, Damon, right?

Damon: He has a tattoo.

Phyllis: What?

Damon: Yeah, on his arm. It's a broken heart with a drop of blood and my son's name.

Phyllis: Really?

Damon: Whose heart you suppose that is, his or mine?

Phyllis: It doesn't matter anymore.

Damon: I was thinking, he just got outta jail, right? And he came all this way to try to make things right.

Phyllis: He wasn't sure if you were gonna kill him or not.

Damon: I could pay his travel expenses.

Phyllis: That's a lovely thought.

Damon: I've got about $500 cash. If you'll give me the address, the place where he's staying, I'll take it.

Phyllis: No. No. You're not goin' over there. We just got through this mess. You're not goin' there.

Damon: What are you worried about?

Phyllis: It doesn't matter what I'm worried about. I'll take it to him.

Damon: You'll take it to him?

Phyllis: Yeah, I'll take it to him.

Damon: He'll probably be leaving soon to head back to Georgia.

Phyllis: Then I'll go now.

Phyllis: You know, um, I'm glad that... you know--

Damon: That I adore you? Wherever my life is goin'... I hope you'll be there, too.

Phyllis: Sure. Why not?


(Doorbell rings)

Ashley: I'm really glad you're here.

Victor: Well, this is a surprise.

Ashley: May I come in?

Victor: Well, of course.

Victor: Anything I can do for you? What's the matter? What happened?

Ashley: So much has changed in my life, and I just wanted you to know about it.

Victor: And what's that?

Ashley: Brad and I have separated. Our marriage is over. You could do all sorts of things.

Victor: You and brad are separated. When did this happen?

Ashley: Yesterday.

Victor: Are you all right?

Ashley: I think so. At least now I can be honest about my feelings.

Victor: Well, I guess that is for the best.


Ashley: Yeah. I mean, I just didn't feel the same way about our marriage, and I couldn't go on that way. You know, I was lying to him, I was lying to myself.

Victor: Yeah. How's Abby reacting to all this?

Ashley: She doesn't know yet. I don't know how and when I'm gonna tell her. She's so close to Brad. It's not gonna be easy for her.

Victor: I'm sure it won't be.

Ashley: I want them to maintain the relationship they have, you know.

Victor: I've got to tell you, I'm shocked by this. And I'm sorry to hear about it. I thought you and brad always had a very solid marriage.

Ashley: Yeah, we did.

Victor: So what finally happened to break it up?

Ashley: Well, he just... he wouldn't compromise. I mean, everything became a battle, all the time.

Victor: Now I feel badly because I think that I'm partly responsible because I wanted to get to know Abby.

Ashley: Victor, she's your daughter.

Victor: Yeah, but that--

Ashley: You deserve to be in her life.

Victor: But that issue caused a lot of tension between the two of you. And I don't want any unhappiness to come to you because of me.


Brittany: How's everything going?

Woman: We're bringing in the flowers.

Brittany: They look beautiful.

Woman: I need you to sign here.

Brittany: Mm-hmm.

Woman: How you holding up? Any butterflies?

Brittany: Yeah, maybe a few.

Woman: I sure wouldn't mind being in your shoes, marrying a terrific guy like that. Handsome, funny. He's what I'd call the whole package.

Brittany: Oh, when did you meet Bobby?

Woman: He came into the shop one day to check up on your order. We chatted awhile. I could tell right away that boy is sure sweet on you.

Brittany: Oh, no, no, that wasn't my fiancé. That was J.T. he's just a friend.

Woman: Oh. Just a friend, huh?

Brittany: What?

Woman: Well, none of my business, but maybe someone oughta tell him that.


J.T.: I can't chase after Brittany.

Mac: Give me one reason why not.

J.T.: Because it would be wrong, that's why. You know, she's getting married in, like, two hours. Did you remember that?

Mac: To a guy we both know isn't right for her. You say you don't want her to marry Bobby, you say that she's making a mistake.

J.T.: She is! She is making a mistake. You know that, Mac.

Mac: So do something about it. Tell her how you feel. Maybe it won't make a difference, but at least you'll know that you tried. You have to do this, J.T. if you don't, you're gonna think "what if" the rest of your life.

J.T.: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. I have to tell her. I have to do this. I have to tell her right-- who cares if I make a fool out of myself, right?

Mac: Exactly.

J.T.: I can live with that. I gotta do this.

Mac: Okay.

J.T.: All right.

Mac: So why are you standing here?

J.T.: I gotta go to your grandma's place, yeah.

Mac: Yeah, so go.

J.T.: All right, all right.

Mac: Get out of here.

J.T.: I may not need these, but just in case.

Mac: All right. Good luck.

J.T.: Thanks.


Nikki: You know, I'm glad you came by. I wanted to ask you something.

Bobby: Yeah, what's that?

Nikki: Who's gonna be watching the club while you're away?

Bobby: What do you mean?

Nikki: You know how you go away for a few days after a wedding?

Bobby: Oh, you mean a honeymoon.

Nikki: Yeah. It's tradition.

Bobby: Yeah, well, with the whole rigmarole of the where and the when, I really didn't think about the afterwards.

Nikki: Are you kidding?

Bobby: Oh. You know, the funny thing is, Brittany didn't bring it up either. But then again, she was real busy putting the whole wedding together.

Nikki: Well, you're certainly not planning on coming to work tomorrow.

Bobby: What are you suggesting? You gonna run the place for a few days?

Nikki: Sure. Somebody has to.

Bobby: Well, thanks. That'd be great. (Sighs) I gotta tell you, I still can't believe that I'm actually getting married. (Chuckles) all right, this is my last day of being free.

Nikki: Oh, brother. It's not a prison sentence.

Bobby: Yeah, but it's gonna be different. You know that.

Nikki: Mm-hmm. Listen, when you look back on your last few days of freedom, I just hope that there's nothing you wanted to do that you didn’t.

Bobby: Oh, really?

Nikki: Yeah.

Bobby: What did you have in mind?

Nikki: Not what you're thinking.

Bobby: Hey, I'm not thinking anything. I'm gettin' married today.

Nikki: I know.

Bobby: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: Actually, I think that you're allowed one last kiss, though. I will donate that. One last kiss before you're off-limits.

Bobby: All right. I won't tell if you don’t.

Nikki: Okay.

Nikki: Be happy, Bobby.

Bobby: Yeah, I'm gonna be.

Nikki: Good.

Bobby: I will see you there.

Nikki: Okay.


Ashley: So I'll be able to make my own decisions, run my life the way I see fit.

Victor: Well, I suppose that's a good thing.

Ashley: Yeah. It's kind of scary. It's like jumping off a cliff without a safety net.

Victor: But I don't want you to be scared. You know that I will always take care of you and Abby, always.

Ashley: You don't even have to say that. You've always been there for us. We could always count on you.

Victor: But especially now.

Ashley: I have such deep feelings for you. I have loved you for so long, I don't even remember what it was like not to feel this way.

Victor: And I have loved you.

Victor: Ashley? Ashley, are you all right?

Ashley: Yeah. I'm fine. I'm--I should go.

Victor: I guess you have a lot on your mind right now.

Ashley: Yeah, I-I do.

Ashley: You know, I've always felt that things kind of, um... work out the way they-- they're meant to. Do you feel that way?

Victor: Yes, that's my belief, too.

Ashley: See? That's 'cause we're kindred spirits. I'll see myself out.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Ashley: Um, call me.

Victor: I will.


Arthur: Harrison Bartlett! God! How I hoped I would never have to hear that sick bastard's name again!

Jill: He's, um, spoken to both of us.

Arthur: Spreading his lies I suppose.

Kay: He said some very terrifying things about you, Arthur.

Arthur: Every word-- totally bogus.

Arthur: Harrison gave you this?

Kay: No.

Arthur: Well, where did you get this garbage?

Jill: Mother hired a detective to check out Harrison’s claims.

Kay: And that is his report.

Arthur: You did this instead of coming to me?

Kay: Darling, I thought it was necessary to find out for myself if the man's charges were true.

Arthur: Katherine. Oh, Katherine, how could you?

Kay: Because I had to know.

Arthur: Well, I would've told you.

Jill: What would you have told us?

Arthur: That Harrison Bartlett, who was and is, as far as I know, a drug-addicted parasite who broke his poor mother's heart with his irresponsible behavior-- and when she died, he accused me of killing her! Which is totally ridiculous.

Jill: What about the incriminating evidence in the report there?

Arthur: Not enough to charge me with anything.

Jill: But it was enough to merit an investigation, Dad. Come on. Surely you can understand why, on the eve of her marriage to you, Katherine would just be a little bit frightened about all this. I mean why wouldn't they?


Brittany: Where are you, J.T.? You promised you'd bring my dress.

Bobby: I, Bobby, take thee, Brittany, to be my wedded wife. To have and to hold, for better or worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health till death do us part.

Brittany: I, Brittany, take thee, Bobby, as my wedded husband. To have and to hold, for better or for worse, for richer or poorer, in sickness and in health...

Brittany: Till death do us...

[Brittany imagining she’s marrying J.T.]

Brittany: Stop it, Brittany. What's wrong with you? (Knock on door)

Brittany: Finally. It's about time you got here.

J.T.: Hey, sorry I'm late.

Brittany: That's okay. Thank you for bringing my dress.

J.T.: Yeah, but...

Brittany: What are you doing?

J.T.: I'm comin' in.

Brittany: You can’t. I have to get ready.

J.T.: No, no, not yet, Brittany.

Brittany: What?

J.T.: You can't put on that wedding dress, not until we talk.


Arthur: What I do understand is that obviously, neither one of you trusts me.

Kay: Arthur, we're not accusing you of anything.

Jill: We're just hoping you can explain all this.

Arthur: Oh, no, no, no, Jill, I've been down this road before, and I'll be damned if I do it again.

Jill: But, Dad, we need to--

Arthur: What you don't seem to comprehend is that when someone makes some terrible allegation against you, and it's printed on the front page of the paper because it's a slow news day, it takes on a life of its own. You can't undo it. It's repeated and repeated and exaggerated until everyone thinks it to be true!

Kay: Calm down, darling.

Arthur: No, no, no, damn it, I won't calm down. Why do you think that I had to retire from the bench and leave Seattle? Because I could no longer function as an officer of the court. I saw the constant questions and doubts in the eyes of people I worked with. Even those friends who knew me best couldn't get past it. Well, I won't go through that again. It almost destroyed me once, and I'll be damned if it'll happen to me a second time. No!

Jill: I had no idea he had such a temper.

Kay: Neither-- neither did I.

Jill: Tell me the truth, Katherine. Did the man who just left here scare you just a little bit?

Jill: Who is Arthur Hendricks? Is he the man that we both know and love? Or is he some stranger who's been hiding his true self from us?


Man: So tonight, the convenience store.

Dominic: We hit it then we blow outta town.

Man: You're a real piece of work, brother Dominic.

Dominic: Brother Dominic. I like that.

Man: That's what they called you on the inside, right?

Dominic: Yeah. Eight long years of that stupid game.

Man: You fooled them all, dawg.

Dominic: Especially that patsy Damon Porter. All right, get outta here. I'll see you at the job.

Dominic: Hello, my friend. (Knock on door)

Dominic: Hey there. What are you doing here?

Phyllis: Hey, Brother Dominic, you lying bastard. Let go of--let go of me!


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

J.T.: The thing is, Brittany...

Nikki: So you actually think you can abandon your husband and slide right into the arms of mine?

Phyllis: Now you're gonna pay.

Dominic: No, baby, you're gonna pay with your life.

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