Thursday Y&R Transcript 11/18/04

Y&R Transcript Thursday 11/18/04 -- Canada, Friday 11/19/04 -- U.S.A.


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Ashley: You've got to be kidding.

Jack: You guys are married?

Gloria: Yes, Jack, we are. Isn't that wonderful?

Jack: It's just kind of a surprise.

Ashley: I can think of a few better words that would describe it, actually.

John: I know this comes as quite a shock to both of you, but we're very happy together, and it's what we want.

Jack: What was the rush, though? I mean, couldn't you wait till you got back to Genoa City?

John: Well, after a few days we saw no reason to wait. It just felt right.

Gloria: So we talked to the ship's captain, and, well, it really was a very...

John: Lovely ceremony.

Gloria: Yeah, low-key, but lovely.

John: Now I would hope the two of you would be able to share our joy.

Jack: I mean, if this is what you want, I mean, well, congratulations are in order.

John: Thank you.

Jack: Sis, you have anything you want to say?

Ashley: Take me back to Bradís. I can't stay here.


(Knock on door)

Nick: Come in.

Man: Nicholas Newman?

Nick: Yes.

Man: Jerry Gunderson, Waukesha county board of industrial development.

Nick: Mr. Gunderson, how did you get in here?

Jerry: If I could just have a few moments of your time.

Nick: I believe my assistant told you twice that I was busy today. Now I am more than happy to speak with you, sir, but it's gonna have to be some other time.

Jerry: Trust me, you're gonna want to hear what I have to say.

Nick: Okay, did our plans for the distribution center hit some kind of snag?

Jerry: Not exactly.

Nick: Then why don't we talk about this some other time when it's more convenient for both of us?

Jerry: You should know your father always made time for me.

Nick: Well, my father isn't here at the moment.

Jerry: That's unfortunate. You see, he knew how to play the game.


Kay: Jill, did you hear me?

Jill: Yeah, I'm sorry. My mind was just on something else. How was your bath?

Kay: Relaxing, but, uh, something has upset you.

Jill: No, I'm fine.

Kay: No, no, you're not. I can tell when something is bothering you.

Jill: How?

Kay: Oh, by the way you tense your jaw and gnash your teeth.

Jill: Stop it. I don't do that.

Kay: Don't be embarrassed. For heaven's sakes, we all have little idiosyncrasies.

Jill: All right, I'm just a little stressed out. That's all.

Kay: Ah, because of my upcoming nuptials?

Jill: Mother, please believe me when I say that I would rather die than rain on your parade.

Kay: Then donít. I am going to marry Arthur with or without your blessings.


Phyllis: Daniel! I'm here!

Daniel: Thanks for coming home so quickly.

Phyllis: What's going on? Why did you need to talk to me?

Daniel: Okay, something strange is going on. That Detective Weber guy called here again looking for you.

Phyllis: What did he say?

Daniel: I didn't talk to him. He left a message. And then I tried to call Damon, and they wouldn't let me talk to him. He didn't get worse, did he?

Phyllis: No, he's recovering. He's doing fine.

Daniel: So then why wouldn't they let me talk to him? What's going on?

Phyllis: Okay, first of all, you need to relax, all right? Nothing's going on. You don't need to worry about me. You have too much on your plate. Don't worry about Damon either.

Daniel: That's not an answer.

Phyllis: Oh, my God. You sound like my father. I mean, I'm the parent in this relationship, okay? I take care of you, not the other way around.

Daniel: Why do you think that I came back from Christineís? I mean, you've been a wreck all week. You need me. So now really who's really taking care of whom around here?


John: Now look, Ashley, there's no reason for that attitude.

Ashley: Daddy, I'm so sorry. I don't want to hurt you, but this situation makes me sick. This woman just blows into your life a couple of months ago, and then, bam, you're married?

Jack: You know what, guys? I think it would be a real good idea if I took your luggage upstairs. Gloria, why don't you show me where you want things?

Gloria: If you're saying let's make ourselves scarce, I'm a member of this family now, too, so you can take the bags up if you want, but I'm staying right here with John.

John: Honey, I know that this is all rather sudden, but Gloria and I feel very passionately about one another.

Gloria: John, sweetheart, maybe I should say a few words. Ashley, what's happened between your father and me is a beautiful thing. It's given us both a whole new lease on life, something neither one of us thought we'd find. And if it makes us happy, well, what could possibly be wrong with that? I mean, really, don't you want your father to be happy?


Nick: What do you mean when you say my father knew how to play the game?

Jerry: Maybe you're not aware. I'm not just a member of the Waukesha board of industrial development. I'm also the chair of the land use council.

Nick: Okay, and?

Jerry: And your permit is scheduled to come before my committee soon. At the moment it isn't clear you have the votes you need.

Nick: I don't understand this. We own that land. We've been in the planning stages for months. If there was a problem with that, my people would have told me about it.

Jerry: So far there hasn't been a problem, but there will be one unless we can do business.

Nick: I see.

Jerry: I thought you would.

Nick: You wouldn't be pulling this if my father were around, right?

Jerry: That's right. Victor and I had an arrangement. He took care of me. I took care of him. You'll learn. That's how things are done.

Nick: You know, Jerry, I've looked at the details of this project. It seems your county's already invested a great deal of time and money in roadways and storm drain improvements. Are you prepared to just walk away from that?

Jerry: Everybody loves new roads and storm drains. The bonds we issued made no mention of a connection to your distribution center.

Nick: What about the labor unions? We've had several discussions with them. They're expecting us to bring in a lot of good-paying jobs.

Jerry: These sort of plans fall through all the time. That's something else you'll have to learn soon enough. Listen, I have better things to do than to educate you about how the world works. Your father understood these things.

Nick: Right, but like I said, my father's not available.

Jerry: Then you and I will have to come to some accommodation.

Nick: How much, Jerry?

Jerry: Excuse me?

Nick: You know, what's it gonna take to make sure our permit gets approved?

Jerry: I'd say $100 ought to do it.

Nick: $100 grand?

Jerry: A small price in the grand scheme of things, wouldn't you say?

Nick: I'll get back to you.

Jerry: Don't take too long. You never know when your application will come up for a vote. You have a nice day. I'll show myself out.


Jill: Do you really think I enjoy feeling this way about my own father? Don't you think that I would like my mind to be at ease, so I can go back to being as happy about this wedding as you and Arthur are?

Kay: But you can't, can you?

Jill: No, Katherine, I can't, and it is tearing me apart.

Kay: Oh, come on, Jill, you make everything so complicated. Take a leap of faith just as I did. I mean, trust those instincts.

Jill: I've tried that! I cannot get Harrisonís bizarre story out of my head.

Kay: All right, now think about this. Think about this. Has your father been anything but kind, gentle, loving?

Jill: Bartlett says that's because Arthurís such a good actor.

Kay: Oh, well, Laurence Olivier should be so convincing. Don't you think that I would feel it here if Arthur were such a monster?

Jill: Well, apparently his first wife didn't feel it according to Bartlett.

Kay: Oh, honey, the woman died. That doesn't mean that Arthur killed her.

Jill: Yeah, but you don't know that. How can you be so certain of that?

Kay: I know. I just know, because when a woman is in love, she senses when things are right.

Jill: You know what? It wasn't very long ago that you were as freaked out by this whole thing as I am now.

Kay: All right, I had my doubts, but I feel very foolish about that. Very foolish. But believe me, I will never doubt that wonderful human being again in my entire life.

Kay: Do you know what I think?

Jill: What, Mother?

Kay: I think a person lives a lot longer when they have someone to share their love and hope and dreams.

Kay: So now unless you know something I donít...

Jill: What are you talking about?

Kay: Jill, what is wrong?

Jill: Nothing's wrong. I'm just frustrated!

Kay: Do you want to know something? If you're ever gonna feel any peace whatsoever, you have to get rid of all those doubts. Just let them loose, because they're going to poison you.

Jill: Please believe me when I tell you this. That I pray for the day when I will be able to congratulate you and Arthur and mean it with all my heart. I just can't snap my fingers right now and do it.

Kay: Well, you do as you must, as will I.

Jill: How? Huh? How can I get rid of my suspicions when the evidence just keeps on mounting? No, it's no problem, we'll see you at seven.


Ashley: Gloria, you and I have been over this. I don't think you're here because you love my father.

John: Ashley, that is insulting!

Gloria: John.

Ashley: Daddy, I'm sorry.

Gloria: Honey, please. Ashley, I'm sorry you feel that way.

Ashley: Just cut the act, would you? It's getting old.

Gloria: Just because your marriage has ended, that doesn't mean other people shouldn't find happiness. I've been where you are. I understand why you're bitter. I know what it's like to have your heart broken into a million pieces, to feel like you can't possibly go on, but you heal. And one day, if you're really lucky, you meet the man of your dreams, the one you should have met in the first place. And your only regret is that you wasted all that time with the wrong ones. John, our marriage was supposed to be a joyful thing. Why did we have to come home to all this?

John: Because Ashley needs our support right now. Now I know its unfortunate timing, but it's times like this when a family is supposed to pull together.

Gloria: Well, forgive me for saying so, but I somehow don't see that happening.

Ashley: Somehow I don't either.

John: You know, I cannot believe what I'm hearing from you two. I mean, what is so difficult?

Gloria: John, maybe we should talk about this alone in the other room.

John: Fine.


Daniel: Would you please just tell me what's going on here, why the cops want to talk to you, because I'm freaking out a little.

Phyllis: It's about that guy who shot Damon.

Daniel: Oh, gee, oh, well, that explains everything. What about him?

Phyllis: All right, listen, he gave the police... he told them some complete fabrication, all right? It sounded a little credible, so they just wanted to look into it.

Daniel: Well, what did this creep tell the cops?

Phyllis: Daniel, don't worry.

Daniel: Mom, are you in trouble?

Phyllis: Why would i be in trouble? Dominic came after Damon. He's the one who's in trouble.

Daniel: Okay, Damon had a sword. Don't you think that looks a little weird? I mean, this guy with a gun shoots a guy with a samurai sword. And what was Damon doing with it in the first place?

Phyllis: Okay, yeah, you're right. It sounds a little weird, right? So that's why the police are checking into it.

Daniel: So you've already talked to them?

Phyllis: Yeah, we both did.

Daniel: About what? Are they charging you with something?

Phyllis: No, they're not charging me with anything, all right? Dominic is the one who had a gun, which is a blatant violation of his parole. Believe me, he's going back to prison.

Daniel: You know what? You're still not telling me anything. You still haven't told me what this dirtbag said to the cops.

Phyllis: Well, you know, the usual stuff.

Daniel: No, no, Mom, I don't know. You're just going around in circles, and you can't keep important stuff like this from me. What if the cops come here and they drag you away? What am I gonna do then?

Phyllis: Well, I would hope you'd bail me out. (Laughs)

Daniel: That's real funny, Mom. You know, this affects my life, too, so could you just tell me what's going on here, please?

Phyllis: Dominic lied to the police. He made it sound like Damon came after him, and now the police are throwing around accusations like conspiracy to commit murder.

Daniel: Conspiracy like they think that you had something to do with this, too?

Phyllis: Yeah, something like that.

Daniel: Well, you know, they put people away for life for stuff like this.

Phyllis: That's not gonna happen.

Daniel: How can you be so sure?

Phyllis: Because I know I'm not going to jail. Believe me, don't you worry about that.

Daniel: Don't worry about it? Mom, this is huge. Who's your lawyer?

Phyllis: I don't have one yet.


(Intercom beeps)

Nick: Yeah? Yeah, send him in. Thanks.

Michael: You really know how to give a guy a complex, don't you? One moment I'm persona non grata out there, and the next you're asking to see me.

Nick: Just settle down, all right? I gotta eat a little crow here. I need your help.

Michael: What kind of help?

Nick: A situation's come up. I'm not sure how to deal with it.

Michael: These are the moments that make life worth living. Let's see, should I... yes. What did I tell you? I knew this would happen, and you don't waste any time, do you? One day back, and you're already in hot water.

Nick: Can I count on you or not?

Michael: I'm not sure, but an apology would go a long way.

Nick: Oh, fine. You got it. You came into this office offering your services earlier. Is that offer still on the table?

Michael: It depends.

Nick: On what?

Michael: What do you want me to do?

Nick: I'm not sure if you're aware of this or not, but Newman Enterprises is planning on building a huge distribution center in Waukesha County. Now I just received a visit from a gentleman who sits on the board of industrial development.

Michael: Yeah, what did he want?

Nick: He wants $100,000, or we can kiss this deal good-bye.


Jill: Ah, Mr. Bartlett, just the man I wanted to see.

Harrison: Well, it's gonna have to wait. I'm on a break, and I'd like to eat my apple.

Jill: No, no, no, no, it can't wait. As a matter of fact, I'm surprised that you weren't expecting me.

Harrison: Why would i be expecting you? I've said everything I have to say. You don't believe me, so I've given up.

Jill: Do you remember what you told me earlier when you came to my house?

Harrison: Of course. What I've been telling you and your mother ever since I came to town-- that your father murdered my mother.

Jill: No, no, what you told me right before you left.

Harrison: Refresh my memory.

Jill: You suggested that I look for evidence that my father had taken out a large life insurance policy on my mother or at least that he had been thinking about it.

Harrison: Right. So what about it?

Jill: Well, I found these. They're insurance brochures, and there's even an application in here that's made out in what appears to be my father's handwriting.

Harrison: I'm sorry that you had to find those papers, but at least now you know what you're dealing with.


Arthur: Ooh, twice in one day. Aren't I the lucky one?

Kay: Well, this cannot wait.

Arthur: When they called my room and told me you were on the way over, I thought perhaps something was wrong.

Kay: No, no, no, darling, nothing is wrong. Everything is absolutely right. The planets are aligned, and the lunar phase is exactly where it should be.

Arthur: Oh, really, darling? Are we taking a flight to the moon?

Kay: No, no, we're taking a flight to happiness. We'll leave the moon to all the kids.

Arthur: Well, aren't you getting a little bit ahead of yourself, Katherine?

Kay: I don't want to wait, Arthur. I really donít. I've made up my mind. Darling, let's get married right away, hmm?


Daniel: I don't believe it. You don't have a lawyer? Can you at least talk to Christine?

Phyllis: I did. She turned me down flat.

Daniel: She turned you down?

Phyllis: Yeah, turned me down. She hates me. I told you she hates me. My friend Michael Baldwin, he's too busy to take the case, so obviously I have to make some phone calls.

Daniel: Well, will you promise me that you'll do that?

Phyllis: Listen, Daniel, it's not one of my great aspirations to go to jail.

Daniel: You know what, Mom? It's not funny.

Phyllis: Listen, I'm not trying to be funny. And I know it's not funny for many reasons, one of which is I have to take care of my son, right? I will take care of you.

Daniel: Take care of yourself first, please.

Phyllis: I promise. Cross my heart. (Chuckles) how about I make us a nice home-cooked meal?

Daniel: Well, there's not too much left in the fridge.

Phyllis: Well, I've been doing a bad job of keeping it filled.

Daniel: No, no, you've had a lot more important things on your mind.

Phyllis: Well, I'll go to the store. I'll get some things, and, you know, we'll eat. You want something special?

Daniel: Just my usual things.

Phyllis: (Laughs) oh, okay. I'll be back soon.

Daniel: Okay.

Phyllis: Don't worry.


Michael: So this Jerry Gunderson, what else do you know about the man?

Nick: Not much. Just that he's worked with my father in the past.

Michael: Do you think Victor's paid him off in the past?

Nick: You tell me. That's the way he made it sound.

Michael: The name doesn't ring any bells.

Nick: So how do I handle this clown?

Michael: Oh, I'm not sure. Maybe you should check with that whole floor full of attorneys you've got. I bet they'd know how.

Nick: Dealing with crooked politicians is outside the realm of their expertise. That's more your area.

Michael: I'm not sure you meant that as a compliment, but thank you. Who else knows about this?

Nick: You're the first person I've told, and you'll be the last. Now listen to me. I need to nip this in the bud, and I need to keep it quiet. If I don't stand up to this guy, word will get out. People will think they can walk all over me.

Michael: Don't sweat it. You're new. It's natural that there would be a few buzzards circling, but people find out soon enough that they toy with Nicholas Newman at their own peril.

Nick: So I can count on you?

Michael: Let me make a quick phone call.

Michael: Mm-hmm, all right. Thank you, Rick. You have been a big help. Okay, bye.

Nick: Well?

Michael: Well, it's as I suspected. Gunderson is totally messing with you.

Nick: How do you know that?

Michael: I went to law school with the state rep for that district. According to him, the distribution center's a definite go. The community's on board. Everyone is thrilled to have it out there.

Nick: So if Gunderson does anything to derail it...

Michael: The people out there will string the guy up.

Nick: That son of a... mm, I should have called him on it right away.

Michael: Well, you want me to pay Gunderson a little visit, tell him to take a hike?

Nick: No, no, I'm gonna deal with this myself.

Michael: You know, it's your call, but in my vast experience, I know that people like Gunderson tend to get the message quicker with a lawyer present.

Nick: Good point. Stick around. Yeah, Connie, could you please get Mr. Gunderson back over here? Tell him... tell him my schedule suddenly opened up.


Gloria: Look, I know I'm just the latest addition to the family, so naturally I have the least say. But the truth is, John, I'm really against this arrangement.

John: Oh, Gloria. I mean, come on, this is Ashleyís home. I'm surprised you're asking me to just shove her out the door.

Gloria: But she's an adult. She shouldn't be moving back home dragging this black cloud with her.

John: For heaven's sakes, she's going through a traumatic period. Now look, if this is where she wants to be, this is where she's going to be. And in case you forgot, it's just awhile ago that you were living in your son's condominium.


Jack: What do you think they're talking about in there?

Ashley: I'm not sure, but I can guess.

Jack: Wow, Dad's got a new wife.

Ashley: Don't call her that. She may be married to him, but I'm never gonna think of her in that way.

Jack: Ash, you really think she's a gold digger?

Ashley: Oh, come on, Jack, don't you?

Jack: Right now, honestly, I'm a little more worried about you. You honestly want me to take you back to Brad's now?

Ashley: No, I canít. It was too difficult to leave Abby. I can't go back there for a few days and then wrench myself away from that little girl again.


Gloria: But, John, isn't this a time we ought to be celebrating? You saw how Ashley reacted.

John: I am sure that Ashley will come around.

Gloria: Maybe, but you said yourself she's going through a rough time. And wouldn't watching the two of us be newlyweds be like pouring salt in a wound?

Gloria: You know, it could be that Ashley will think this through and decide on her own that this isn't the best place for her.


Jack: So we'll find you a hotel suite or one of those executive rentals.

Ashley: Mnh-mnh, I want something more permanent, Jack.

Jack: Okay, we can buy you a little house near Brad's, something little. Money talks.

Ashley: Yeah, does it ever. I don't know what to do. You know, actually, I'm more concerned about Dad now than I am myself. And the more I think about the two of them together, the more I'm convinced I need to do something about it.


Chris: I got here as soon as I could. It sounded urgent.

Daniel: It is.

Chris: Well, what's going on? Are you in some kind of trouble?

Daniel: No, not me. Uh, it's my mom.

Chris: Does this have to do with Damon and the man that shot him?

Daniel: That's right.

Chris: Oh, Daniel, did Phyllis tell you to call me?

Daniel: No, no, she doesn't know about this.

Chris: I already told her that I'm not gonna take on her case.

Daniel: I know. She told me.

Chris: Then why did you call me?

Daniel: Because my mom's in trouble. She needs the best lawyer she can find, and I don't understand why you turned her down when she needs help.

Chris: I am not gonna have a conversation with you about your mother.

Daniel: Because you don't like her? You don't like each other. Big deal. It's old news.

Chris: Daniel, I am not being heartless, all right? I am not. And I know you're worried. She's your mother.

Daniel: But?

Chris: Not only does she get herself into impossible situations, but she's her own worst enemy when you try and help her out of them. Look, to put it bluntly, your mother is the client from hell.


Daniel: You know what? You're really something, Christine. When I first came back to town, I thought that you were the greatest. I thought that my mom didn't care about me, that my dad just didn't have time for me, but you, you reached out, and you made me feel special.

Chris: That's because you are special to me.

Daniel: And then I found out about all the things you did to my mom, to my family, breaking us up. And I still don't really understand why you did the things that you did.

Chris: Daniel, it's very complicated.

Daniel: Yeah, it always is. But through it all you told me again and again that you cared about me and you wanted what's best for me.

Chris: And that's true.

Daniel: Then you'll help my mom, 'cause that's what's best for me right now. I mean, I need you to help her get out of this trouble.

Chris: You have to understand that there are no guarantees, whoever takes on her case.

Daniel: You know what I mean. My mom can't be guilty of anything. I mean, I'm positive about that. So I'm asking you, please, Christine, will you help my mom?


Arthur: Katherine, are you all right?

Kay: What do you mean?

Arthur: You seem a bit hyperactive.

Kay: Oh, my God. Arthur, I'm not drinking, if that's what you mean.

Arthur: Oh, no, no, I know that. I don't believe I've ever seen you so wound up.

Kay: I love you, Arthur. I just want to be your wife.

Arthur: You know, it almost seems to me as though something happened.

Kay: What could possibly happen?

Arthur: You tell me. Not long ago, you and Jill were so suspicious of me.

Kay: Well, I've put all those doubts behind me, darling. I have.

Arthur: What about Jill? I'm not so sure she feels the same.

Kay: Don't worry about her. She'll come around. It just takes her longer than it does me.

Arthur: I hope so. Katherine, I want our marriage to begin with all of us in total agreement that it's the right thing to do.

Kay: All right, well, don't worry about Jill. Do not worry about her. She's going to be just fine. So what do you say?

Arthur: You want to set a date?

Kay: Mmm... how about next week? Tomorrow?

Arthur: Katherine, I'd marry you right this minute if I could.

Kay: I love you.

Arthur: Give me a kiss. Give me a kiss.


Jill: I find the discovery of these insurance papers just a little too damn coincidental.

Harrison: What do you mean?

Jill: The fact that I found them moments after you brought the subject up.

Harrison: Oh, wait a minute. Are you suggesting that I planted those papers?

Jill: Did you, Bartlett?

Harrison: Oh, yeah. In the dead of the night, I came down the chimney like Santa Claus, and I went in Arthurís room, and I planted it.

Jill: This isn't a joke!

Harrison: No, murder is not a joke. You know what? You should be thanking me instead of accusing me.

Jill: Oh, thanking you?

Harrison: That's right. Yeah, because you know what? I alerted you to the evidence that backs my whole theory up.

Jill: Evidence that is just too convenient. Because if my father wanted to take an insurance policy out on my mother, why would he have left these papers behind when he moved out of the house?

Harrison: I don't know. He's a sociopath. Who knows how their minds work?

Jill: Oh, yeah. It's so neat and tidy, isn't it?

Harrison: You know, I suggest that he might be taking out an insurance policy. You find proof. Coincidence? You know what I think?

Jill: What?

Harrison: I think that you're desperately trying to talk yourself out of it. You're looking for any kind of an explanation, and I have been nothing but straight with you here.

Jill: All right, what if I am? Can you blame me for being confused? I happen to love Arthur!

Harrison: Yeah, well, I loved my mother, and Arthur killed her. I wasn't around to stop it, so I have to live with that. Do you want to live with that kind of anger and guilt? Then you do that. You stick your head in the sand. But if anything happens to your mother, it's on your conscience, not mine!


Jerry: Hello, Mr. Newman.

Nick: Mr. Gunderson, please shut the door.

Jerry: Didn't expect to hear from you so soon. I'm glad you've seen the light. How about we sit down and talk terms?

Michael: Ahem.

Jerry: Who's this?

Nick: That's my associate.

Jerry: What's going on?

Nick: We have considered your proposition, and we have decided to build elsewhere.

Jerry: What?

Nick: Yeah, we think that another county would just love to have our new distribution center.

Jerry: But I don't understand. That site is the perfect location.

Michael: Well, we thought so, too, but you're telling us there are some complications, so we decided to look elsewhere.

Jerry: I'm sorry. Who is this guy?

Nick: Why, does he make you uncomfortable?

Jerry: I think we should discuss this in private.

Nick: There's really no need. Our decision is final.

Jerry: But--

Nick: Have a good day, Jerry.

Jerry: Wait, wait, wait. Hold on. I think we got our wires crossed. The project was never in any jeopardy. I was just hoping to speed things up. I was trying to make it easier for you.

Nick: No, you were looking for a payoff. Now I don't know what they call that where you're from, but around here we call that blackmail. Let me tell you something, pal. I don't like being jerked around.

Jerry: You know what? Let's just forget this happened. How about we do that, huh? Nobody ever has to know I was here.

Nick: No can do. You see, in this office, I have a surveillance system. It records everything that happens. But don't worry, I'm not gonna rat you out on one condition.

Jerry: What?

Nick: The next time I read about you in the paper, I want it to be because you've proposed new affordable housing for people in your county. You make that happen, and I'll make sure a certain tape doesn't fall into the hands of a journalist. Are we understanding each other, Jerry? Good. Now get the hell out of my office.

Michael: Nice job. And that part about the surveillance system... sweet.

Nick: Hey, you liked that?

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Nick: I thought it was cool.


Daniel: So what's your answer, Christine? Will you take my mom's case?

Chris: All right, I'll do it. I will represent her, but I am doing this for you, not Phyllis.

Daniel: Thank you, thank you.

Chris: Assuming your mother agrees to let me represent her, will you please try and get her to act rationally?

Daniel: Do you really think I have that kind of influence? That's giving me a lot of credit.

Chris: At the very least, you can talk to her. When your mother gets emotional, she makes bad choices, so I need you to tell her to listen to my advice, even if she doesn't agree with it.

Daniel: I'm gonna do the best I can, Christine.

Chris: Although knowing Phyllis, she'll probably shoot herself in the foot anyway.

Daniel: Well, you'll stop her from doing that.

Chris: You're right. I made the commitment. I will do my best. I just hope I don't regret this.


Jack: Well, has everyone had a chance to cool off?

Gloria: Well, I'd say we resolved some things, and I think what we have to do is obvious. Your father and I are very happy together. That's the whole reason that we got married, so we could fill this big house with love and live happily ever after.

Ashley: Sounds like a fairy tale, doesn't it?

Gloria: Well, it's one we're gonna make come true, which is why I agree with you, Ashley. If you can't be happy for us, then you should live somewhere else.

Ashley: What do you think about this, Dad?

John: I want you to do whatever you feel is best for you.

Ashley: Well, I'm thinking I wanna do what's best for all of us. You're right, the timing is difficult, but I would honestly appreciate it if we could pull together as a family, so I'm staying.

John: Oh, my beauty. That is wonderful, wonderful. Thank you.


Arthur: Jill, this is a pleasant surprise.

Jill: I hope you'll still think so when you hear why I've come.

Arthur: Is something wrong?

Jill: I don't know, Dad. I'm hoping you can tell me. Would you mind explaining this?

Arthur: Where did you get these?

Jill: Well, I'm not very proud of myself, but I went looking through your things, and in the back of that little desk in your bedroom behind some other stuff, I found these brochures and this application. Why? Why would you take out a life insurance policy on mother, Dad? Why?


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

Malcolm: Olivia, you're still such a beautiful woman.

Dru: Of course I love Malcolm. He's my brother-in-law.

Lily: Was there ever anything between you two?

Bobby: So I'm gonna see you around a little more often?

Nikki: I don't know. Is that what you want?

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