Monday Y&R Transcript 11/15/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 11/15/04--Canada; Tuesday 11/16/04--USA


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Phyllis: How's the patient today, officer?

Officer: No change.

Phyllis: Go ahead, take a break. I'll be with Mr. Hughes for awhile.

Officer: Sorry, no can do. Gotta stay here, doc. Orders.


Bobby: Well, now there's something worth lookin' at first thing in the morning.

Nikki: Hi there.

Bobby: Hittin' the books a little early, aren't you?

Nikki: Actually, I never left.

Bobby: You been up all night?

Nikki: I got a little catnap on the sofa.

Bobby: Damn it. Every woman should look as good as you first thing in the morning.

Nikki: Ha ha ha ha ha. Very sweet. You might be interested to know that Del charged us twice this month again.

Bobby: What the hell is he doing?

Nikki: I don't know, but Lakeshore's the same price and they're better quality.

Bobby: Well, maybe I shoulda listened to you in the first place.

Nikki: I also checked stock, and I put together next week's order.

Bobby: Really? You're incredible.

Brittany: Who's incredible?

Nikki: Yeah.

Bobby: Uh, Nikki is. She just took a big load off of my plate this morning.

Brittany: Careful, it's hot.

Bobby: All right.

Nikki: Hi, Brittany.

Brittany: Hi, Nikki. That explains the fresh pot of coffee out front.

Nikki: Oh, yeah. How about that? I can make coffee, too.

Bobby: But it's not as good as yours, babe.

Brittany: Italian roast.

Bobby: Now that's my girl. (Coffee cups clank together)


J.T.: Good morning.

Robin: Good morning. I made a pancake breakfast.

J.T.: Yeah, I can see that. It looks good.

Robin: Thanks.

J.T.: Well, let's eat. Come on.

Robin: Okay.

J.T.: I'm starving. Wow. A pancake breakfast.

Robin: Yeah.

J.T.: You know, you didn't have to do all this.

Robin: Oh, what's wrong? You don't like my pancakes?

J.T.: No, I'm just used to cold cereal, that's all.

Robin: Oh, well, in that case, I'm glad I could spoil you. Mac is sure a late sleeper.

J.T.: Uh, yeah, she's not here. I checked her room. She must have stayed with her grandma. What's that smile for?

Robin: Oh... (Chuckles) I was just thinking about last night. It was nice.

J.T.: Yeah, it was for me, too.

Robin: Are you doing anything later?

J.T.: I'm not sure. Why?

Robin: Well, I was thinking we could, uh, get together, maybe see where things go.

J.T.: Yeah, actually, you know what? I-I just remembered. I got a lot going on today.

Robin: Oh.

J.T.: Yeah, I've got class and then work and, you know? So how about another time?

Robin: Yeah, sure. You know, I have a big test tomorrow and I haven't even done the reading, so I should probably stay home. Um, I'm such a procrastinator.

J.T.: Yeah, me too.

Robin: Um, well, I'm gonna go get dressed.

J.T.: All right. Well, hey, thanks for breakfast. This looks great.

Robin: Yeah, no problem.


Lily: Hey, you guys, where's Devon? I didn't see him when I came in.

Dru: Hey.

Neil: He's getting his things together. Aren't you supposed to be in school, young lady?

Dru: Neil, would you cut her some slack? She'd like to say good-bye to Devon as much as we do.

Neil: All right, fine. But as soon as we're finished here, I'm gonna drive you to school. No sense in you moping around the house all day.

Lily: My father with the heart of gold.

Neil: Honey, Devon will be fine once he settles in, makes some new friends.

Dru: Oh, yeah, a lot of friends, a lot of socializing, Neil, especially if the place is as bad as Lorena points it out to be.

Neil: Hey, now wait a minute. There's a reason why they're sending him there. It won't kill the kid to follow a few rules.

Dru: A few rules? That's not the issue. It's the atmosphere. How is he supposed to grow and flourish stuck in a place that's run like a damn prison?

Lily: I can't even imagine what that must feel like, not having any parents or people who love you and being ordered around all day by a bunch of strangers.

Neil: Okay, all right, look, you two, this isn't easy on me either. I wish there had been a better alternative, but unfortunately, there wasnít.

Dru: Well, at least not one we all could agree on, right?


Jamal: Big day, huh, Devon?

Devon: Going to a group home. Yeah, I can't wait.

Jamal: It might not be that bad.

Devon: Well, don't bet on it.

Jamal: Made you some sandwiches, just in case you get hungry.

Devon: You know, the place is only across town, man.

Jamal: Come on, dude, the way you eat? You'll be scarfing 'em down before we get there.

Devon: Maybe. Thanks, though.

Jamal: Look, just think of it as a new beginning. You know, a chance to keep your nose clean and stay out of trouble.

Devon: Yeah, well, you know what, Jamal? It's, uh, it really doesn't make a difference one way or the other 'cause I'm not gonna be in that place long enough to break a sweat.

Jamal: Oh, okay, so you thinkin' of runnin' away?

Devon: Well, so what if I am? Are you gonna tell old lady Davis?

Jamal: No. Just think it'd be a stupid thing to do.

Devon: Well, people tell me I been doing stupid things my whole life. So I'd hate to break the streak, you know?

Jamal: You got all your stuff?

Devon: Yeah, what there is of it.

Jamal: Okay, well, um, go say good-bye to the Winters. They been waiting for you way before you was dropped off.


Nikki: I haven't had a chance to congratulate you, Brittany. Marriage must agree with you. You're positively glowing.

Brittany: Thank you.

Bobby: Yeah, I'm one hell of a lucky guy.

Nikki: So how's your new home? Are you finished moving in?

Brittany: The apartment's being renovated.

Nikki: Oh, that's right. I did know that.

Bobby: Yeah, in a couple weeks I'll be able to carry my bride across the threshold.

Brittany: At the rate they're going, a couple of months is more like it.

Bobby: (Chuckles) oh, we just spent our last night in the honeymoon suite.

Nikki: Uh-huh. Well, the two of you look very happy.

Brittany: It's back to the real world now, though. We're moving someplace a lot cheaper. We have to watch expenses.

Nikki: Ahh.

Bobby: You know, Nikki worked here all last night.

Brittany: Really?

Nikki: Mm-hmm.

Bobby: Yeah, which means a lot less work for me. She's a real godsend.

Brittany: Is Mr. Newman okay with that?

Nikki: Oh, he's out of town.

Brittany: Oh, where'd he go?

Nikki: Your guess is as good as mine.

Brittany: Aren't you upset?

Nikki: Should I be?

Bobby: Oh, come on, honey, what are you, the F.B.I.?

Nikki: It's okay. I got used to victor a long time ago. Part of marriage is accepting your partner-- all of their little quirks, in all of their glory.

Brittany: Well, if Bobby went away and he didn't tell me where he was going, I'd be spittin' nails.

Bobby: Hey, you don't have to worry about that. It's not gonna happen.

Nikki: So what's it like being married to this big lug?

Brittany: It's wonderful. Bobby's the best. He takes such good care of me.

Nikki: Good. That's the way it should be.

Brittany: Of course, this is only the second time we've left our hotel room. This morning, when we got up, he started--

Bobby: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Okay, enough of that. Don't you have, like, a doctor's appointment or something today?

Brittany: Uh, I have a few minutes.

Bobby: Mm-hmm, and you were going to go by the loft and pick up a couple things?

Brittany: Oh, that's right. Right. Well, it was nice seeing you again, Nikki.

Nikki: You too.

Bobby: Well, hold on. Let me walk you to the car.

Brittany: Oh, that's okay, you don't have to.

Bobby: Yeah? All right, I'll see you, babe.

Brittany: I didn't do that right, not at all.

Bobby: Mnh-mnh.


Dominic: Doc, what's goin' on? Well, I'll be damned. It's the redhead. Did you come here to see me, baby?

Phyllis: I came here to do a lot more than that, Mr. Hughes.

Dominic: Come on, it's Dominic. You and me ought to be on a first-name basis by now, don't you think?

Phyllis: Are you hurt? Are you in pain?

Dominic: You really care?

Phyllis: As much as I care about a cockroach.

Dominic: How's your boyfriend with the sword? When's his funeral?

Phyllis: He survived. Disappointed?

Dominic: Good for him. Maybe we'll have a chance for another go-around.

Phyllis: Dream on, you freak.

Dominic: Come on. Come on, give me a break. I'm just a poor ex-con tryin' to survive so I can live my life in peace.

Phyllis: We should have killed you when we had the chance. We should have done it.

Dominic: Yeah, you should have, because now you and samurai Sam are in big trouble, now that that hotshot detective knows the truth.

Phyllis: Oh, the truth, right? That I lured you to Genoa City so we could kill you? Is that your story, Dominic? (Chuckles) no one's gonna believe that story.

Dominic: Yeah? Well, it looks like Weber already does. My story's a lot more convincing than yours.

Phyllis: Yeah, really? So you're admitting you made it up?

Dominic: Hey, I'm not admitting anything.

Phyllis: You're a liar.

Dominic: Prove it.

Phyllis: Oh, I'll prove it. Believe me, we will. You're not gonna win.

Dominic: You don't think so?

Phyllis: I know so. We have hard evidence on its way to Genoa City to prove that we're tellin' the truth.

Dominic: So where's it gonna come from, baby, outer space?

Phyllis: You let me worry about that, sweetheart.

Dominic: Yeah, I would worry if I were you. I'd be real worried, 'cause you and your boyfriend are goin' down, hard.


Devon: You know, you guys didn't have to come down this morning.

Lily: Come on, do you actually think we'd let you leave without saying good-bye?

Dru: We wanted to see you, Devon.

Lily: Do you have everything that you need?

Devon: Yeah. Yeah, I'm cool.

Dru: Um, may I give you a hug?

Dru: You can do better than that.

Lily: Okay, my turn.

Devon: Come on, Lily.

Lily: Don't give me that. You're gonna give me a hug whether you like it or not.

Neil: Devon, we're gonna miss you.

Devon: Yeah, right.

Neil: I'm sorry you don't believe that. If there's anything you need, just--

Devon: Well, you know what? Save it, Mr. Winters. Okay, I don't need anything from you.

Dru: Okay, Devon, Neil is just trying to be friendly. Please don't be nasty.

Devon: Yeah, well, you know what? Friends like this guy, I think I can do just fine without, okay? And the truth is, I was better off before knowing any one of you people, because it's been downhill since the day we met.


Nikki: You and Brittany seem very happy together.

Bobby: Yes, we are.

Nikki: I'm thrilled for you, Bobby.

Bobby: Hmm. Look at that. She didn't even touch her coffee. You know, between you and me, I don't even think she likes it unless it's got the sugar and the steamed milk.

Nikki: I remember doing that.

Bobby: Yeah, doing what?

Nikki: Wanting to like everything that my new husband liked. I thought it was very important that we share everything.

Bobby: Yeah, the only thing she won't share with me is closet space. In fact, they had to knock down a whole wall just to make room for her clothes and her shoes.

Nikki: Women need closet space. That is a fact of life.

Bobby: I'll tell you something. She has really good taste. She picked out some really classy furniture. I probably won't even recognize the place once it's done.

Nikki: Well, let me give you a word of advice-- save one room for yourself.

Bobby: Oh, no, no. We're gonna do that. In fact, it was Brittanyís idea. Actually, I think she wanted to make sure that my favorite chair was behind closed doors.

Nikki: You're really happy, aren't you?

Bobby: Yeah. Who'd have thought that I would enjoy being married so much?

Nikki: It's wonderful. Enjoy it while you can.

Bobby: You know, I don't like the sound of that. Victor is coming back, isn't he?


J.T.: Hey, princess, what are you doin' here?

Brittany: I think I left my bag here. There it is.

J.T.: So how's the married life?

Brittany: It's fabulous.

J.T.: You're not sick of Bobby yet?

Brittany: We haven't even been married a week.

J.T.: That's a lot longer than I'd last.

Brittany: Well, good thing you didn't marry him, then.

Robin: J.T., is it okay if I--oh, uh, hi.

Brittany: Hello.

J.T.: Uh, Brittany, this is Robin. Robin, Brittany. She used to live here.

Robin: Uh, nice to meet you.

Brittany: You too.

Robin: Uh, so, J.T., is it okay if I use one of the towels in the hall closet?

J.T.: Yeah, sure, help yourself.

Robin: Okay, thanks.

J.T.: Pancake?


Phyllis: Let me tell you something, you dirtbag. I'm so close to putting you out of your misery.

Dominic: What? You gonna kill me now? In a hospital? Get real.

Phyllis: Hmm. Did I say right now? I don't recall saying that. I don't recall saying that at all. Yeah, I have my ways. See, you're not gonna spend one more peaceful moment here, 'cause you'll never know who's working for me.

Dominic: You know, I-I'm shakin' so hard, I think I'm gonna bust my stitches.

Phyllis: You're going down, you freak, unless you want to tell Weber that you made up that entire story.

Dominic: Why would I want to do that?

Phyllis: Well, I don't know. Because when Weber finds out that you lied to him, all the pain that you feel right now is nothing compared to what he's gonna do to you.

Dominic: You know, you act like I got somethin' to lose. That's you, baby, not me. See, for sure, I'm gonna go back to the joint-- for violating parole, for carrying a piece. But you and lover boy, you're lookin' at an attempted murder charge. You've got a whole lot more to worry about than I do.

Phyllis: Yeah, really? Huh? Well, if that's true, Dominic, then that makes me the one with nothing to lose.

Phyllis: That makes me the dangerous one. Very dangerous.


Nikki: Of course Victor is coming back.

Bobby: Yeah, you just don't know when or where he is at the moment or how long he's gonna be gone.

Nikki: I don't wish to discuss this now.

Bobby: Well, that suits me fine. You spend way too much time worrying about the guy anyhow. (Knock on door)

Jack: I'm looking for Nikki New-- well, there you are. You are here.

Nikki: Jack?

Bobby: Hey, come on in.

Jack: Hello, Mr. Marsino.

Bobby: Yeah, uh, forget the "mister." It makes me sound 100. Just Bobby is good.

Nikki: You two know each other?

Jack: Uh, yeah, our paths have crossed a time or two.

Nikki: Oh. What are you doing here?

Jack: Well, actually, I came to check on an old friend. I called out to the ranch, spoke to Miguel, and he said you didn't make it home last night.

Bobby: I'd better watch my step. You've got heavy hitters watching out for you.

Nikki: Oh, brother. No, it's not what you think, and it's not what you think either. I was working.

Bobby: Yeah, she's really something. She works the room, charms the customers and keeps an eagle eye on the books.

Nikki: Somebody has to.

Bobby: Well, listen, I got a girl upstairs I gotta audition. Are you gonna come up?

Jack: Sounds like a great job.

Nikki: I'll pass. I trust your judgment.

Bobby: All right, thanks for the vote of confidence.

Nikki: Mm-hmm.

Bobby: Listen, I'll see you. Come by sometime. You'll love the show.

Jack: Thanks. Well, you two were playing very nicely in the sandbox.


J.T.: Something you want to say?

Brittany: I can't believe you brought that girl over here.

J.T.: What? I'm not allowed to have a girl spend the night?

Brittany: How does Mac feel about it?

J.T.: She's not here. Besides, she wouldn't care anyway.

Brittany: Think again, buddy.

J.T.: What's that supposed to mean?

Brittany: I talked to Mac last night at the Athletic Club. She wasn't too happy about you and Robin getting so friendly.

J.T.: Why would she have a problem with it? She knows Robin from school. They get along fine. What? What am I missing?

Brittany: You're not really that clueless, are you? Think about it.

J.T.: I am. Sorry, nothing's coming to mind here.

Brittany: Mac is interested in you.

J.T.: What? Get out of here.

Brittany: I'm not kidding.

J.T.: She told you that?

Brittany: She didn't have to. I could tell by the way she was eyeing you and Robin. She's got a thing for you, J.T.

J.T.: That's ridiculous. Mac and I are friends, okay? We have a great time together, but that's it.

Brittany: Like the way you have a great time with Robin?

J.T.: No. Let's face it, you know, there are certain things a guy can get from other girls that he's not gonna get from Mac.

Brittany: So you admit you're only into Robin for the sex?

J.T.: Shh! Would you keep your voice down? God!

Brittany: You're such a pig.

J.T.: No, I am not a pig. If I was a pig, I'd be sneaking into Macís room at night, you know? But I don't do that, 'cause I respect her too much.

Brittany: So you're telling me you and Mac could never...

J.T.: Be a couple? No, look, I think the world of her, but you know how it is. Once you're friends, it kind of stays that way.

Brittany: Yeah, well, that's a good point. I mean, look at us. We've been friends since we were kids, and we never became a couple.

J.T.: Yeah, but we did have that one time, you know. You ever think about that?

Brittany: Not anymore. I'm married.

J.T.: But you're not dead.

Brittany: You need to have a talk with Mac.

J.T.: Uh, no, that would be a little too weird. Besides, I think you're imagining all this.

Brittany: Okay, fine. Don't talk to her, but don't say I didn't warn you.

Mac: Hey, guys.

J.T.: Hey.

Mac: What did I walk in on?


Phyllis: Hope you don't mind if I join you.

Chris: You already have.

Phyllis: I won't stay long.

Chris: Okay.

Phyllis: I called your office. They said you were here.

Chris: If this is about Daniel, fine, but--

Phyllis: No, no, no, it's not about Daniel. Listen, I'm so overwhelmed right now, I can't even... I can't even think of him. I have a lot more important things on my mind.

Chris: Excuse me?

Phyllis: I'm sorry. I didnít... I didn't really mean that the way it sounded. What I mean is, I'm sure he's doing very, very well in your very capable hands.

Chris: Oh, that almost sounds like a compliment. Are you feeling okay? Because when you compliment me--

Phyllis: Oh, Christine, please, please, cut the sarcasm. I'm in trouble.

Chris: What kind of trouble?

Phyllis: Legal trouble, and I need your help.


Dru: Devon, I do not believe that you mean that.

Devon: Well, you know what? Believe it, 'cause I do mean it.

Dru: Look at all the progress you've made living with us-- your grades-- your reading, especially-- the etiquette, everything!

Devon: And a whole lot of good all that stuff's gonna do me where I'm going now!

Neil: Devon, if you're smart, you'll give the place a chance instead of walking in with such a major attitude.

Devon: Well, you know what? That is really easy for you to say, Neil, all right? 'Cause you get to go back to your nice, cushy life.

Lily: Look, Devon, we're still gonna see each other.

Dru: Yes!

Lily: You know, we'll come visit you. Maybe they'll let you come to our house for dinner sometime.

Dru: Every chance that I get I am coming to you, honey. I'm gonna go over your homework, give you all the advice you need, anything that you want.

Devon: Don't-- do you not get it, lady? I don't want your help anymore, okay? I am sick of being your favorite charity.

Neil: Hey, you lower your voice. Stop being disrespectful.

Devon: You know what, guys? Things would not have worked out anyway, okay? 'Cause every one of y'all were trying to turn me into some uptown dude, and that ain't me.

Dru: You can be whoever you want to be if you believe that!

Devon: Yeah, yeah, yeah. You know, you've been singing that same tune for a long time now, but you know something? I was cool with how I was before.

Dru: You were cool being a thief?

Devon: At least I knew who I was, all right? And now I have had a taste of a life I can never have. Is that your idea of doing me a favor?


Nikki: Bobby and I have a great working relationship.

Jack: I'm glad to hear that.

Nikki: So what are you doing here?

Jack: I felt a disturbance in the force, so I contacted the usual suspects and guess what. I found out the mustache has left town for parts unknown, and let me guess. You don't know when he's gonna be back, do you?

Nikki: It's open-ended. He is on one of his mysterious quests, and I'm sure he will be back as soon as he's dealt with whatever is on his mind. This has been a very tough year for him.

Jack: Oh, man, poor guy.

Nikki: I know what you're thinking.

Jack: But I'm much too much a gentleman to say it.

Nikki: Oh, really?

Jack: You know, volumes could be written about the way you raise a brow.

Nikki: Hmm.

Jack: I'm telling you, you keep looking like this, by the time that old goat gets back, he may find an empty nest.

Nikki: I wish that he hadn't felt the need to leave. I miss him, but I'm not gonna put my life on hold.

Jack: And this is where you're doing your living, huh?

Nikki: This is where I work. I'm happy here.

Jack: And what about Jabot?

Nikki: I work there, too.

Jack: Not as much fun in the old hallowed halls without old smilin' Jackie? (Chuckles) so you like this place, huh? Since when did the smell of stale beer turn you on?

Nikki: Oh, you're a riot. Are you looking down your nose at me?

Jack: Bobby said you're not just working the books, you're working the room?

Nikki: Oh, for heaven's sake, Jack. Every now and then I get up on the stage, and I introduce acts. It's no big deal. It's fun. I like it! You get out there in the spotlight. It's just fun. It has nothing to do with stripping, nothing at all.

Jack: Oh, well, there's a load off of my mind.

Nikki: Look, I am not looking for other men's adulation. I'm not looking for attention. Victor gives me plenty of that.

Jack: Sure, that works-- when he's in town and when he can find the time.


Mac: Why do you two look so serious?

Brittany: Well, I'm gonna get out of here. I'm late for an appointment. See ya.

J.T.: See you later.

J.T.: Where you been?

Mac: Wouldn't you like to know?

J.T.: Not really. I just thought I'd ask.

Robin: Okay, J.T., I'm gonna take off. Oh, hi, Mac.

Mac: Hey, Robin.

J.T.: Uh, I'll walk you out.

Robin: Oh, you know what? You don't have to. I'll see you in class, okay, Mackenzie?

Mac: Yeah, sure, yeah.

J.T.: All right, well, I'll call you, okay?

Robin: Yeah, and maybe I'll even pick up.

J.T.: All right, come on.

Robin: I'll see you around.

J.T.: See you.

J.T.: What?

Mac: Nothing. I didn't say a word.


Phyllis: Did you hear me, Christine? I said, "I need your help."

Chris: You need my help?

Phyllis: Yes, I need your-- whoa, is there an echo in here?

Chris: Don't be snippy with me. You're the one who's interrupting my breakfast.

Phyllis: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I'm just a little bit desperate.

Chris: I'm almost afraid to ask what you've gotten yourself into this time.

Phyllis: Hey, hey, is that any way to talk to a client?

Chris: You are not my client. If you need legal representation, the logical person to ask would be Michael.

Phyllis: I asked him. He's busy.

Chris: Well, guess what. I know other lawyers. I am happy to recommend one.

Phyllis: I want you, Christine.

Chris: Oh, why? Because of our close and personal friendship?

Phyllis: No, because you happen to be the best. You're the best, okay? I admit it. And this way Michael could consult.

Chris: I still don't even know what this is about.

Phyllis: Listen, it's about Damon and an ex-felon from Georgia named Dominic Hughes.

Chris: The man that shot Damon?

Phyllis: Yeah, only somehow detective Weber has in his head that we committed a crime. Can you believe that? We did nothing wrong, Christine. I mean, everything we did was in self-defense.

Chris: What's the crime?

Phyllis: Conspiracy to commit murder.


J.T.: What's with the look?

Mac: Could you have been in a bigger hurry to get robin out of here?

J.T.: She understood. I have things to do.

Mac: What things?

J.T.: What do you care?

Mac: Good question.

J.T.: You know what? I don't have time for this. I gotta get to class.

Mac: You never told me what you and Brittany were talking about before.

J.T.: Man, you are just full of questions this morning, aren't you?

Mac: Well, you guys looked pretty serious. Is everything... you didn't tell her, did you?

J.T.: How I felt about her? No, definitely not.

Mac: Is it weird being around her now that she's married?

J.T.: No, I'm over that. She's married to Bobby.

Mac: I don't know, J.T. the way you two were acting when I walked in, it was pretty obvious something was going on.

J.T.: It's not what you think. Look, we were talk-- no, never mind, forget it.

Mac: What?

J.T.: Itís... all right, Brittany... get this. She actually thinks you're interested in me.

Mac: She said that?

J.T.: Yeah, it's ridiculous. I mean, not that I wouldn't understand if you had a crush on me. I mean, come on, who wouldn't really, but...

Mac: How could I have a crush on someone with your ego? Please!

J.T.: That's exactly what I told her, you know? She just didn't listen to me. She's crazy, you know? See you.


Nikki: Jack, please, don't even start.

Jack: Interesting you'd use this place as a haven.

Nikki: Oh, I'm not even gonna ask why you say that.

Jack: Well, I'll tell you. Victor isn't even gone 24 hours. Already you're staying out all night. You know, if this is the place that gives you comfort though, here with Bobby...

Nikki: Why is it that every road leads to the same place with you? I'm married. Bobby's married. He's a newlywed. We are friends and partners, Jack. That's all.

Jack: I wasn't suggesting anything else. I just happened to notice how you lit up with the guy in the room.

Nikki: Oh.

Jack: Look, now that you have the ranch to yourself for awhile, why don't you invite me over while the old guy's gone? You and I haven't had time together in a long while.

Nikki: Well, that's true. Okay, that's a good idea.

Jack: Good, call me. I'll count on it.

Nikki: I will.

Jack: Don't forget.

Nikki: I won't forget.!


Chris: That is one bizarre story.

Phyllis: I know, I know. As God as my witness, as God as my witness, I'm telling you the truth.

Chris: Maybe so, but what it will come down to is your word against Hughes.

Phyllis: How can Hank Weber believe a convicted murderer over Damon?

Chris: I'll tell you why. Because your version of events is pretty far out.

Phyllis: Why, because Damon decided to forgive the man who killed his son?

Chris: He's hated the man for years, and he gives him money? How plausible is that?

Phyllis: So what are you saying?

Chris: I'm saying the things that you and Damon did look pretty incriminating.

Phyllis: So what am I gonna do? What am I gonna do, I mean, if my conversation with Dominic Hughes wasn't recorded? How am I gonna prove that I did not try to lure him to Genoa City?

Chris: Frankly, I don't see how you can.

Phyllis: You're not helping me.

Chris: Well, damn it, what were you thinking, getting involved in Damonís grudge with this lowlife? You have to know how dangerous that would be.

Phyllis: I was trying to avoid a confrontation.

Chris: Okay, you should stayed out of it, especially when you're trying to raise a son.

Phyllis: I didn't know things were gonna spin out of control.

Chris: You want to know your biggest mistake?

Phyllis: What is that?

Chris: Not having an attorney present when you were being questioned by the police. That is just stupid.

Phyllis: It's not my fault. I pleaded with Michael to come with me.

Chris: Why didn't he?

Phyllis: Because he didn't think it was gonna be a big deal. He thought it was just gonna be routine questioning. I mean, how were we to know that I was gonna be accused of something?

Chris: Maybe I would have assumed the same thing.

Phyllis: Thank you. So don't call me stupid.

Chris: A third grader knows that you can end an interrogation by asking for an attorney.

Phyllis: It came out of the blue, Christine. I really didn't think that--

Chris: No, you didn't think. You weren't thinking-- something you're famous for.

Phyllis: Okay, let's just forget everything that I've done wrong, okay? Let's just forget that. How are we going to fix this?

Chris: You just have such an amazing knack for getting yourself into such unbelievable jams.

Phyllis: All right, you can lecture me all you want. Are you going to help me, Christine?

Chris: The answer is no.

Phyllis: What?

Chris: I am not gonna help you dig yourself out of this one. I am at a stage in my life where I don't need the grief. Get yourself another attorney.


Lily: Devon, why are you being so mean?

Devon: I'm just tellin' it like it is, Lily.

Dru: No, you're not. No, you're not. You are forgetting all the good times you had with this family.

Devon: Y-- this is what I have been trying to get through to you people. I was never a part of your family. It wasn't real.

Lily: How can you say that? You were like my brother. I even ran away with you. It doesn't get much more "real" than that.

Devon: Lily, you don't know the first thing about what's real. And I hope that you never have to find out, 'cause you won't know how to handle it.

Dru: We wanted to make a better way for you in this world, and I'm sorry it didn't work out, Devon.

Devon: You're right. Things did not work out. And how I see it, I am worse off now because of your stupid good intentions.

Dru: Stupid?

Devon: Why couldn't you just leave me alone? But no, you had to go and show me a different world, all the stuff I was missing, like a family and nice things and good food whenever you want it. Don't you know that that is all stuff I can never have? Do you not get that?

Neil: Now you listen to me, you little ungrateful jerk. I'm tired of listening to you talk trash.

Devon: Well, you know what? Don't even sweat it, man. 'Cause once I leave, you can forget all about me.

Neil: How dare you speak to my wife in this manner? This lady turned her life upside down to try to help you. My daughter bent over backwards to be your friend, treated you like her brother. We all welcomed you into our home, we made you a family member, and this is how you repay us? Most kids would be grateful, but not you. You are an ungrateful young man.

Devon: That is not true, all right?

Neil: Yes, it is true. Devon, you don't appreciate anything. Starting right now, I'm gonna teach you how to appreciate things.

Devon: Oh, really? And how do you plan on doing that?

Neil: Grab your bags. You're coming home with us.


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

Ashley: How are we gonna tell Abby that her parents marriage is over?

Sharon: You afraid that I'll screw up?

Nikki: You have no experience. Yeah, I am.

Devon: You are just doing this to prove what a big man you are.

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