Monday Y&R Transcript 11/8/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 11/8/04--Canada; Tuesday 11/9/04--USA


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Nick: So have you guessed where Sharonís getting a job yet?

Victor: Son, I don't know. I'm in no mood to play games.

Nick: She's about to become Jabot's newest employee. It's not a done deal yet, but I'm pretty sure they're about to hire her as their spokesperson.

Victor: You can't be serious.

Nick: I am serious. You had your chance and you turned her down flat.

Victor: Son, for your information, I didn't turn her down. Neil Winters made that decision. I told you that. I didn't want to second-guess him. Although I happen to agree with his decision, all right?

Nick: Family's supposed to take care of its own, Dad.

Victor: That's what I thought I was doing-- taking care of your family and your best interests.

Nick: What about Sharonís best interests?

Victor: Son, what about Sharonís best interests? You have two kids that need raising. Do you think it's in their best interest now or in your family's best interests for her to do a job on the outside?


Sharon: What do I know about Jabot? Well, for starters, it's one of the nation's most prestigious cosmetic brands.

Brad: And why do you think that is? What makes us stand out?

Sharon: If I had to choose one thing, I would say it's the quality of the products. A woman can walk into any store and feel comfortable buying Jabot cosmetics. No matter what her needs are, she knows that she's buying a product that she can rely on. And it's a company that a woman can grow up with. She can start with Glow by Jabot as a teenager, and then graduate to the Classic or Tuvia line, or if she wants something a little lower-priced, the Ashley line. It's truly a company that has something for everyone.

Brad: I'm impressed. I didn't expect such a thoughtful answer from someone with your lack of experience.

Sharon: Well, thank you. I'll take that as a compliment.

Brad: Just remember, Sharon, its one thing to know about our products. It's something entirely different to really understand the company. You've talked a little bit about what you think our strengths are. What do you think our weaknesses are?


Jill: My mother is just fine, thank you.

Harrison: Well, good. So far, so good then.

Jill: Cut the sarcasm. I have some questions I want to ask you.

Harrison: Make it quick. My shift isn't over for another hour.

Jill: All right. I wanna know--exactly-- what hard evidence you have against my father.

Harrison: So you're starting to believe that he killed my mother then?

Jill: No. As a matter of fact, after reading the investigator's report, I think that you're a paranoid and bitter man.

Harrison: Well, you are wrong.

Jill: Well, then why couldn't the D.A. Find enough to charge arthur with anything?

Harrison: Because he was a judge, for cryin' out loud. He's got friends in high places. And if you had spoken to my mother's doctors, you would understand what I'm talking about here.

Jill: You said they had vague suspicions, but nothing substantial, nothing that would amount to any proof.

Harrison: Well, that's because they're professional doctors. They're not gonna go around speculating. But I'm telling you, if you saw that look in their eyes and the tone of their voices, you would know that my mother did not die from the anesthetic.

Jill: This is what you're basing it on? You could've been reading more into it than was there.

Harrison: Well, I'm not, okay? So just trust me here.

Jill: Oh, why? Why should I trust you? You are a virtual stranger to me. You're a drifter who, as far as I can see, hasn't accomplished much of anything in his life.

Harrison: If you feel better insulting me, go right ahead. However, it's not gonna change the fact that Hendricks murdered my mother.

Jill: We are talking about a man who has shown my mother nothing but devotion and kindness. Come on. Do you know how rare that is, for a woman of that age to find that kind of love?

Harrison: Well, great. Then she'll die with a smile on her face.


Malcolm: Well, a boxer you ain't.

Michael: (Chuckles) a boxer is just about the last thing I wanna be.


Kevin: So now do you get it? Do you see why I'm flipping out?

Mac: You did the right thing, Kevin.

Kevin: Yeah, but what if she tells her parents, huh, or the cops? It's over. I'm toast.

Mac: Well, what did she say before she left here?

Kevin: Um, she said she needed time to think.

Mac: Okay. So stop freaking out.

Kevin: Ah, I'm such an idiot! I am such an idiot.

Mac: Yeah, you are.

Kevin: Well, thanks.

Mac: Well, it's true. You got yourself into this situation so if it backfires, the only person you have to blame is yourself.

Kevin: What are you saying, Mackenzie, that I ought to be punished for what I did?


Dru: Honey, you okay?

Neil: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine. It's just--

Dru: Unbelievable, I know. But your brother's alive.

Neil: I need to see him.

Dru: That's not what he wants, honey. And I know that hurts. He is so angry, I'm afraid of what he might do to you if he sees you.

Neil: That's a chance I'll take. I've gotta see him.

Dru: Neil, please listen to me about this.

Neil: No.

Dru: I'm serious.

Neil: It's Lily. Hi, Lily.

Lily: Hey.

Dru: Baby, what are you doin' here?

Lily: I just wanted to say hi.

Neil: Hi. Um, why aren't you in school?

Dru: Yeah.

Lily: Well, I skipped last period.

Dru: Wh--

Lily: Don't get mad. It's only study hall. It's not a real class. And I'll do my homework tonight.

Dru: How you doin'?

Lily: Okay. I'm starting to feel better about stuff.

Dru: What's bringing that on?

Lily: Well, I had a, um, a really interesting conversation with someone.

Dru: Who?

Lily: Kevin Fisher.


Jill: Don't you dare-- don't you dare joke about Katherine dying. How would you like it if I mocked your mother's death?

Harrison: Look, I'm just trying to give you a wake-up call before it's too late. I-I don't want you to suffer the way I did.

Jill: So you're just doing a good deed?

Harrison: Yeah. You know, you asked me why you should believe me over Hendricks.

Jill: Yes, I did. Why should I?

Harrison: What if there's the slightest chance that I'm tellin' the truth and you just dismiss this?

Jill: My God, if I had any sense at all, that's exactly what I would be doing.

Harrison: Oh, yeah? Well, how would you feel, sitting at your mother's funeral grieving, knowing that you didn't do anything to stop this.

Jill: My father loves Katherine. He wouldn't harm a hair on her head.

Harrison: Your father is a gifted con man. He--he left your mother when she was pregnant with you. And then he comes crawling back years later.

Jill: No. See? You don't know anything about it. He didn't know she was expecting a child when they went their separate ways. She didn't want him to know.

Harrison: Yeah, well, whatever. He was after her money, you know? And things got a little complicated so he ran off. And now he's back to finish the job.

Jill: No. No! I will not believe that he is that sick and twisted.

Harrison: What you don't want to face--your mother is the ultimate mark here. He is gonna kill her, he's gonna run off, he's gonna live like a king. And you know what you're gonna have left? Regret and sadness like me. Is that what you want?


Neil: Why were you talking to Kevin?

Dru: Yeah.

Lily: Its okay, Dad, okay? I ran into him at the coffeehouse.

Dru: Oh.

Neil: What did he say to you?

Lily: Well, um, first I... I want to ask you something. How do you feel about Kevin?

Dru: (Scoffs)

Neil: How do-- how do we feel?

Dru: I think you know the answer to that question, Lily.

Lily: So nothing has changed. You still think he's a monster.

Dru: Don't you?


Mac: Kevin, you've got to remember, you are not the victim in all this, Lily is.

Kevin: I know. I feel horrible about everything she's gone through.

Mac: Well, think about it this way-- even if you do get in trouble, don't you feel better, having it off your conscience?

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, I do.

Mac: See? That's good. It means that you're becoming a better person.

Kevin: Really?

Mac: Definitely, yes.

Mac: I'm proud of you.

Kevin: Thanks. Thanks.

Mac: Yeah.

Kevin: I'm glad I can talk to you about all this.

Mac: Me too.

Kevin: I'm trying to be honest all the time now, about everything, especially my feelings. That's what used to get me in trouble all the time. Keeping things bottled up.

Mac: Well, I think honesty is always best.

Kevin: Yeah, me too. So from now on, whatever's going on in here, gonna let it out. That's why I have to teach my brother a lesson and show him that he can't walk all over me. You know what I mean?

Mac: Uh, no. I have no idea what you're talking about.

Kevin: Never mind. It's a long story.

Mac: Sounds like your brother really hurt you.

Kevin: Yeah, he did. He took something from me, something that was very special. I'll make him pay for it, big time.

Mac: Maybe you should tell me what--

Daniel: This is a surprise. How's it goin', guys?

Mac: You two know each other?

Daniel: Yeah. Kevin and me are acquainted. So what are we talkin' about?

Mac: Just personal stuff.

Daniel: Sounds juicy. Someone hurry and fill me in.

Mac: I canít. I gotta go.

Daniel: But I just got here.

Mac: I'm meeting some people at the library to study. Sorry.

Daniel: You know, I haven't seen you in awhile. It would be nice if we could get caught up.

Mac: I'm sorry. I gotta go. Have a good one, okay? I'll see you later.

Kevin: Bye.

Daniel: Same to you. Man, I love that girl.

Kevin: Me too.


Michael: Did I, uh...

Malcolm: Did you what?

Michael: No.

Malcolm: You got something to say, say it.

Michael: Did I used to know you?

Malcolm: I don't know. You tell me.

Michael: You look just like a man who used to live in this town.

Malcolm: Is that right?

Michael: In fact, you're a dead ringer for him. Malcolm Winters. He used to be a big-time fashion photographer. You ever heard of him?


Sharon: Well, I don't want to dwell on it too much, but from everything I've read, it seems that Jabot's financial situation is its greatest liability.

Brad: Well, this is a challenging time. I won't deny that, but make no mistake. We'll come back stronger than ever.

Sharon: Is that why you've discontinued the men's line, for financial reasons?

Brad: That's right. Do you think that was a good decision?

Sharon: Well, um, I'm not really sure. I mean, on the one hand, you're cutting your potential customers in half, but on the other, I know for a fact that many men are really resistant to proper skin care. Take my husband Nick, for example. He's happy buying his shaving cream at the drugstore.

Brad: (Chuckles)

Sharon: A lot of men just won't spend money on their appearance like women will.

Brad: So?

Sharon: So if you had to cut something, I would say the men's line was probably the right choice, though that's just a guess, since I wasn't privy to any of the facts or data.

Brad: You really do seem to have a good feel for this.

Sharon: Well, I've learned a lot from Nick over the years.

Brad: That's no guarantee that you can handle the job. So, Sharon, tell me, why should we take a chance on you?


Nick: If Sharon wants a career, then I'm gonna support her 100%.

Victor: I think you're being naive.

Nick: And I think you're trying to project your failures onto us. Sharon and I can both have careers and raise our kids.

Victor: Sometimes, son, that isn't possible. It isn't possible to balance the two. If Noah and Cassie were old enough to go to college, then I'd say I support her in any ambition she has.

Nick: Well, I'm gonna support Sharon right now. We can make this work. We'll communicate our schedules to each other. The kids will have our phone numbers. We can do this without hurting our kids. It's done in thousands of families today. See, I'm not like you in this area, Dad. I'm not just gonna leave raising my kids to my wife.

Victor: (Chortles) if you say so. But if she has to work on the outside, then why the hell did she choose to work for a company that's in direct competition with your family's? Why? Don't you think that's somewhat disloyal? What the hell is she working for Jabot for?


Kay: Why on earth did we stop here, Esther?

Esther: This is the best place in town, Mrs. Chancellor, if you want a really good cup of relaxing herbal tea.

Kay: Well, it's gonna take more than a cup of relaxing herbal tea to calm me down from the things Jill said to me at lunch today.

Esther: What did she say that was so upsetting?

Kay: Oh, she's trying to make me doubt Arthur, question his motives all over again.

Esther: Well, I'm sure that she means well.

Kay: Well, I just wish to hell she would leave us alone. She doesn't even realize how long that we have waited to be together.

Esther: I'm sorry, Mrs. Chancellor, but for once, I think that Jill is right.


Jill: Well, Mr. Bartlett, I will say one thing for you. You talk a good game.

Harrison: Hey, this isn't a game. It's the ugly reality.

Jill: You know what I think? I think it's you that's the con man. I think that you are getting your revenge on a man that you hate, and what better way to do it than to make the people he loves doubt him.

Harrison: What do I have to gain by going after Hendricks?

Jill: I have no idea.

Harrison: It's not gonna bring my mother back, and I'm certainly not gonna get my inheritance money back. He squandered that.

Jill: All right, all right, maybe you do believe what you're telling me, but that doesn't make it true.

Harrison: Do you think I like coming to some strange town where everybody thinks I'm some kind of a crackpot?

Jill: If the shoe fits...

Harrison: Well, the shoe doesn't fit, all right? I'm just trying to do the right thing.

Jill: By tearing my family apart?

Harrison: Okay, you know what? When you wake up some morning, and your mother is dead in her bed, don't blame me.

Jill: Why is this happening? Why couldn't you just go on with your life?

Harrison: Because when I heard that Hendricks was gonna get married again, I felt it was my obligation to come to this town and tell your mother exactly who he was.

Jill: All right. Look, say I accept that you really believe what you're telling me. Couldn't you be mistaken? Couldn't this be your grief that's coloring your thinking this way?

Harrison: All right, I'm not gonna convince you, okay? I just couldn't live with myself if I did nothing, and something had happened to your mother. So my job is done, all right?

Jill: Maybe you're right.

Harrison: I am right.

Jill: All right, maybe you have convinced me that it's a possibility, all right? But I have to talk to you some more about it. You said that your shift is almost over. How about we meet for a drink, say the Genoa City Athletic Club? Do you know where that is?

Harrison: I'll find it.

Jill: Good, okay. I'll meet you there in about an hour.


Nick: See, there you go, making this about Newman Enterprises again, trying to control people's lives. Do you remember when I was working there? I had to do every single thing your way, and when I stopped doing that, you kicked me out. That damn company has always stood between us.

Victor: That damn company has given you the life you enjoy today.

Nick: That may be, but it also cost me my father.

Victor: Son, I tried my damndest to be there for you, all right? For both of you, both you and Victoria. I tried to be there for you as much as I could.

Nick: You tried and failed.

Victor: I worked my ass off to build this company from the ground up, so that you and your sister could have a better life than I did! I grew up in a damn orphanage! You remember?! You don't like the way I dealt with you when you worked for me, try and work for another boss!

Victor: If I did damage to you, son, then I'm very, very sorry, and I'd do anything I could in my power to undo that.

Nick: Well, you canít. You can't undo it. The damage is done. You know, a part of me is glad that you turned down Sharon for a job, because then she would have had to have been under you. And lord knows the last thing she needs right now is to have her life ruled by someone who thinks he knows what's best for her.

Victor: What have I ever done to you that was so terrible? I'll never know.


Sharon: I know I don't have an M.B.A. Or any corporate experience, but I'm your average consumer. I know what I like, and I know what makes me want to buy something.

Brad: And how would that translate into making you a good spokesperson?

Sharon: Well, look, when a woman puts on makeup, it makes her feel feminine, sexy, almost like a star, even if all she's doing is going to the drugstore. It transports her, in a way, out of the daily grind of being a mom, which believe me, I know what that's like. That's why I can relate to jabot's customers on that very personal and very intimate level.

Brad: Sharon, I'm going to be honest with you. I had my doubts, but you've impressed me today. I'll be in touch.

Sharon: Really?

Brad: Mm-hmm.

Sharon: I mean, thank you, thank you. Oh!

Brad: You're very welcome.

Sharon: Thank you. Okay. Um, I'll look forward to hearing from you.


Malcolm: I'm not too big on fashion, my friend.

Michael: Hmm, well, it's crazy. The reason this guy doesn't live in this town anymore is he's dead.

Malcolm: So I look like a dead guy to you, huh?

Michael: He was on a shoot in Africa. He disappeared in a freak accident. It was in all the headlines.

Malcolm: I don't read too many papers.

Michael: Hmm. It was a real tragedy. He was young, and he had his whole life to look forward to. After he was lost, his brother Neil kept the search going for months. He was so torn up, it nearly destroyed him.

Malcolm: Well, there you have it. I don't have a brother.

Michael: Still, the resemblance is uncanny. Your voice is even like Malcolmís. Has anyone else ever told you how much you resemble him?

Malcolm: Everybody looks like somebody. You know what I'm saying?

Michael: Yeah, well, so what brings you here? What are doing at the Rec center?

Malcolm: Just looking to work out. That all right with you?

Michael: Still, it's very eerie.

Victor: Hello, Michael. Thanks for coming back so soon.

Michael: No problem. It sounded important on the phone.

Victor: Hope I didn't keep you waiting too long. No, no, no, I was just passing time with this gentleman. Where'd he go?

Victor: He just up and left.

Michael: Well, I'll be damned.

Victor: What?

Michael: This might sound a little bizarre, but I could have sworn that... I mean, the resemblance is pretty amazing.

Victor: You don't know who that was?

Michael: Wait a minute. You're saying I was right.

Victor: It's Malcolm Winters come back from the dead.


Dru: Yeah, I'll have these proofs sent back to you as soon as I have a chance to look them over. Right, thanks for the call. Bye. Sorry, guys. Where were we?

Neil: Lily was just about to answer your question.

Lily: Well, you know, I'm not sure how I feel about Kevin.

Dru: All right, uh, baby, we recognize that Kevin Gisher may have saved your life, and we're grateful to him for that, but that does not change what he did to you beforehand.

Lily: So you don't think it's possible that he's changed?

Dru: Maybe. You know, who can say, all right? We're talking about a grown man who took advantage of our underage daughter, and for that I will never forgive him.

Lily: What about you, Dad?

Neil: Well, sweetheart, you must know that I feel the same way your mother does. I mean, one good deed certainly doesn't erase all the pain he's caused. I just wish I had enough evidence to put him away, because I'll tell you right now I'd have the D.A. throw the book at him.

Dru: So what did Kevin Fisher have to say?

Lily: I mean, he just made me see things more clearly.

Dru: What do you mean he--

Lily: Well, you know, I should go. I have a lot of homework to do, so I'll see you guys at home. Bye.

Neil: Bye, sweetheart.


Daniel: Sure you don't want anything? Yo, Kevin, you still with me?

Kevin: Huh?

Daniel: What are you thinking about?

Kevin: Just, uh, just this thing with Michael.

Daniel: Still planning on rumbling, huh?

Kevin: I am. He keeps trying to get out it, probably because he's scared.

Daniel: You know, I just had a killer idea. We should sell tickets.

Kevin: What?

Daniel: To watch you and your brother go at it. Do you know how many people in this town would pay to see you get creamed?

Kevin: That's funny.

Daniel: What's wrong with it?

Kevin: Well, first of all, I don't have any enemies. I'm respected now, remember? And second, this is between Michael and me. I don't want a bunch of spectators.

Daniel: It seems like you and Mac are getting along.

Kevin: Yeah.

Daniel: And?

Kevin: And what?

Daniel: Well, come on, man, what were you guys talking about?


Michael: Wait, you're saying Malcolm Winters is...

Victor: Alive and kicking.

Michael: (Chuckles) that's just too good. How is that possible?

Victor: I have no idea.

Michael: So you've spoken to him?

Victor: Briefly, yes.

Michael: Right. And how long has he been gone?

Victor: Why are you so interested in this? I don't know, three years. What of it?

Michael: He's dead! And all that time not a word to anyone, his family, the people who grieved for him? I mean, what could possibly have happened to keep him out of touch for so long?

Victor: I have no clue.

Michael: And no ideas what his plans are?

Victor: Nope, nothing.

Michael: Well, he said flat-out that he wasn't-- he told me he didn't have a brother.

Victor: Yeah.

Michael: He doesn't want to reconnect with his family.

Victor: I want to discuss something else with you, but as far as I remember, he had some kind of a fight with his brother, I think before he left.

Michael: Well, brothers-- you can't live with 'em. You can't throw 'em in the river.

Victor: Right. Talking about brothers, are you still determined to fight yours or what?

Michael: I still haven't been able to penetrate the miasma of petulance around him. I'm still hoping he comes to his senses. The last thing I want is to be put into a position where I hurt my brother.

Victor: Oh, boy. Or are you afraid that he might hurt you?


Kevin: Mackenzie and I talked about a lot of things.

Daniel: Well, my name came up, right?

Kevin: Actually, it didnít.

Daniel: Why not?

Kevin: Because it didnít.

Daniel: You said you were gonna put in a good word for me.

Kevin: I know.

Daniel: So what are you waiting for?

Kevin: Look, it wasn't the right time, okay?

Daniel: Is something going on? Because you're acting weird.

Kevin: Mackenzie's really easy to talk to, you know?

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, I do know. That's one of the things I really like about her. So what?

Kevin: So she's a good person, and she wants me to be a good person, too. That's why I felt so comfortable telling her stuff.

Daniel: What kind of stuff?

Kevin: You know, stuff.

Daniel: No, I don't know, but I'm getting a really bad feeling. Is this about Lily and Alex?

Daniel: Oh, Kevin, please, donít... you didn't tell Mac that we set up Lily, did you?

Kevin: Yes, yes.

Daniel: Well, why?

Kevin: Because I was tired of carrying around that secret. It was eating me up.

Daniel: So you blabbed to Mac? What is the matter with you?

Kevin: You don't have to worry. I didn't mention your name, okay?

Daniel: Still, do you have any idea how reckless this was? How are we gonna handle this? Okay, there's gotta be a way.

Kevin: Daniel...

Daniel: Hang on. I gotta think for a minute.

Kevin: Look, there's something else you should know, okay?

Daniel: What? What?

Kevin: Um, well, uh, well, talking to Mac, you know, it gave me the courage to do the right thing.

Daniel: The right thing?

Kevin: Lily had a right to know.

Daniel: You told Lily?

Kevin: I had to.

Daniel: You know, that's just great, Kevin. Why don't you tell the whole world?

Kevin: Let me explain, okay?

Daniel: How much does she know? Kevin, how much does Lily know?

Kevin: She knows everything.


Victor: Let me ask you something, Michael. What is the status of your contract with Newman Enterprises?

Michael: Huh, is that a trick question?

Victor: What do you mean?

Michael: You know very well that I never had a contract with Newman Enterprises, even though I wanted one. When I worked for the company it was more in the form of, a, uh, well, an informal personal services type arrangement.

Victor: You're right. I forget that. Would you like to formalize that relationship?

Michael: You mean go on retainer for you?

Victor: Yeah. Want me to write up a contract right now?

Michael: Victor, if this is dirty tricks time, I have to...

Victor: No, no, no, no, no, this is on the up-and-up, okay?

Michael: All right. What would my responsibilities be?

Victor: I'll tell you something. I feel less and less connected to anything and anyone that means something to me.

Michael: Where do I fit in?

Victor: I don't know yet exactly what your duties might be, sort of be my eyes and ears, you know? So what do you say if we formalize some contract, and then...

Michael: Yes, yes, yes, yes, Victor, I would be very amenable to that.

Victor: All right, wonderful deal then. So let me come up with something. Then I'll fax it over to you. How's that?

Michael: Wait a minute. Um, I have to ask you, is there more going on with you than you're telling me?

Victor: (Chuckles) I guess talking to one's lawyer sometimes is like talking to one's shrink, isn't it?

Michael: (Grunts)

Victor: Yeah, I'm upset about a number of things, Michael. Let me ask you something. You were rather close to Victoria before she left. Heard anything from her?

Michael: Victoria. I havenít. I'm sad to say, I havenít.

Victor: Well, to be honest with you, it has been very upsetting. Not having her in my life has been very, very upsetting. Anyway, let me write out this contract, and then I'll fax it over. And, uh, if you are all right with it, then sign it, send it back. How's that?

Michael: All right.

Victor: All right? Thanks for coming by, Michael.

Michael: Of course.

Victor: All right


Daniel: You told her everything? What's wrong with you?

Kevin: Well, the poor kid was going crazy. She was blaming herself for all the bad stuff that's happening to her.

Daniel: You realize you just threw this whole hero thing right out the window, right? You know she's gonna tell her parents.

Kevin: She wasn't sure about that.

Daniel: And you gotta be nuts if you think that she wonít. You know, right now they believe that you're a hero. What's gonna happen when they find out the truth about what you did to their little girl, that because you she almost died? What's gonna happen then?

Kevin: I asked her to please not tell them.

Daniel: And you think she's just gonna listen to you, just like that, knowing what she does? Do you realize you just blew all of our hard work to pieces? You know, first this Alex character comes after me, and I go through hell for you, and you just throw it all away?

Kevin: Look, Mackenzie told me that I would feel better if I was honest with Lily, and I do.

Daniel: Well, this is one time that you probably shouldn't have listened to Mackenzie.

Kevin: She's a great person, Daniel. She makes a lot of sense.

Daniel: Let's see how great you think she is when the cops come after us.

Kevin: Look, I told you. I kept your name out of it. You secret is safe.

Daniel: And once they open that up and they start asking questions, how long do you think it's gonna stay that way? You know, this is all just Kevvie's plan?

Kevin: Well, the only way that would happen would be if I ratted you out, and that isn't going to happen.

Daniel: Well, I've seen you under pressure, buddy, and I don't have a whole lot of confidence.

Kevin: Look, I did what I had to do, okay? And I'm sorry if this is so upsetting to you, but it's a big load off of my mind.

Daniel: Just remind me to never get involved with such a patsy.

Kevin: Shut up, Daniel! I'm not a patsy! I'm gonna beat the hell out of my brother, and if you don't back off, I'll come after you, too.

Daniel: You got some kind of complex or something? You want to be back in jail? You just confessed to a crime to that girl. You're praying she doesn't tell her parents, but what if she does?

Kevin: Look, I felt bad for her, okay? Like I said, she's blaming herself. She's having panic attacks and nightmares. But I am not going back to jail.

Daniel: Well, good luck, 'cause that sure seems to me like where this is going. You'd better keep my name out of this, or they'll be hell to pay.


Kay: You know, I still can't believe you're on Jillís side after all these years you've hated the woman and--

Esther: You know what? Your daughter loves you. That's why she's trying to get you to realize what a mistake you might be making.

Kay: I will make my own mistakes, damn it. Jill just doesn't need to interfere. Do you understand that?

Esther: I just wish you'd listen to her.

Kay: I don't want to listen to her. I want to listen to my heart.

Esther: Mrs. C., I know better than anyone how love can make a woman blind to a man's faults, but still...

Kay: Still what, Esther? What, what?

Esther: You need to dig deeper and try to find out about the truth about your fiancť's past.

Kay: I need to find someone who simply understands.

Kay: I want you to take me someplace.

Esther: Well, what about our shopping plans?

Kay: Never mind, never mind. It's not important. This is. Come on.

Esther: Wait!


Harrison: I haven't been to a fancy restaurant like this in years.

Jill: Really? I would have thought that places like this would be part of your normal life.

Harrison: My old life. You can't really eat out like this when you're a medical clerk.

Jill: Oh, I'm sorry. I just thought...

Harrison: Hey, I pay the bills, and I realize that my jumping-around lifestyle's not gonna make me rich. And since dear old Arthur ran off with my inheritance...

Jill: Why do you move around so much?

Harrison: 'Cause I like to. Is that why you brought me here, so you could interrogate me?

Jill: Would you relax, please? I am just trying to get to know you better.

Gina: Jill, excuse me. Judge Hendricks is here.

Jill: All right, Gina, Gina, we're not gonna need a table right now. I'll let you know when we're ready.

Harrison: What the hell is he doing here?!

Arthur: Obviously Jill set us up. Do you think that I'd willingly sit down with the bastard who ruined my life?

Harrison: Was that your ploy, to bring me face-to-face with the man that murdered my mother?

Arthur: Lies. If I had had any idea that Harrison would be here--

Jill: Stop it! Both of you, stop it! Now you will behave like adults. This is a public place. The three of us are gonna sit down here, and we're gonna talk. And neither one of you is going anywhere until I get the answers I deserve, Dad!


Next on The Young and the Restless"...

Brad: Does it ever occur to you that things may not be all about you?

Jill: If either one of you tries to leave, I swear I'll go in the parking lot and slash your tires.

Michael: It's not gonna happen!

Kevin: Yeah, you are!

Michael: It takes two!

Lauren: Hey, hey, you guys!

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