Monday Y&R Transcript 11/15/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 11/22/04--Canada; Tuesday 11/23/04--USA


By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Olivia: All I said was that I was glad you're not dead.

Malcolm: Well, now you know for sure. I should go.

Olivia: So what are your plans?

Malcolm: I haven't made any.

Olivia: Are you staying here in Genoa City?

Malcolm: Would you like me to?

Olivia: I just meant, are-- you know, are you taking off?

Malcolm: Liv, I thought about staying out there for good. I did. But I couldn't, because something forced me to come back.

Olivia: What?

Malcolm: My promise to Nate.

Olivia: Don't forget your promise to me.

Malcolm: I know. I won't reach out to him until school lets out. Listen, I know you can find plenty of reasons to be angry with me. I don't have a lot of people I can count on out here. So at the very least, I'd like that we could be friends.

Olivia: Well, we're gonna be something, that's for sure.

Malcolm: I'll take that.

Dru: Malcolm!

Olivia: You knew?

Malcolm: You know what? I'm gonna let you two get caught up.

Olivia: For heaven's sakes, Drucilla, why didn't you tell me Malcolm was alive?


Michael: Working out this late?

Jack: You talking to me?

Michael: Personally, I do a lot better in the gym first thing in the morning.

Jack: Yeah, well, the way things are going down in my life right now, I figured I needed a good sweat. Only way to keep my head on straight.

Michael: And here I thought you were living the life of a carefree bachelor.

Jack: Oh, believe me, it ain't for lack of trying. People keep throwing interference my way.

Michael: Yeah, they just won't let you settle gracefully into retirement, huh?

Jack: I almost wish it was business.

Michael: Oh, so you're saying its personal?

Jack: Oh, yeah, it's personal. My sister's life is a total mess, thanks to a bastard whose name shall not be mentioned.

Michael: (Laughs)

Jack: And my father, my old man--my old man just got back from a cruise, and guess what. He's married.

Michael: (Coughing)

Michael: Sorry. (Coughs)


Gloria: So you settling in all right?

Ashley: Do you really care?

Gloria: Well, I did a second ago.

Ashley: Have you seen my father?

Gloria: Yeah, he went out to get our pictures developed.

Ashley: Okay, I'll be back in a few hours.

Gloria: Ashley, wait. I want to talk to you.

Ashley: I think we've said enough.

Gloria: Come on now. We both know there's a lot we didn't say.

Ashley: For good reason.

Gloria: Ashley, please, humor me. I want to do this before John gets back.

Ashley: Go ahead. What?

Gloria: You and I put our cards on the table not long ago. Now I don't really dislike you, but you obviously don't like me, and you really hate that I'm married to your father. Now that's where I have a problem.

Ashley: Mm-hmm, okay. What's your point?

Gloria: No matter how hard I would try to be your friend, you wouldn't want me to be. Now I can live with that, but I don't think your father can.


Nikki: You're surprised to hear from me, aren't you?

Paul: Well, I'm more surprised that you asked me to meet you here.

Nikki: Is that a problem?

Paul: I was actually counting on eyeing the naked ladies on stage.

Nikki: Oh, you're disappointed, aren't you?

Paul: So a pretty sedate crowd out there, I'd say. Where are all the strippers?

Nikki: We are trying to become an upscale cabaret. It's a little slow going, though.

Paul: Well, I guess you gotta start somewhere.

Nikki: That's what we keep telling ourselves.

Paul: Well, if it means anything, I wish you the best of luck, because Genoa City could always use some sophisticated entertainment.

Nikki: Amen to that, mm-hmm.

Paul: But that's not the reason you called me over here, is it?

Nikki: No, no. I need some advice.

Paul: About what?

Nikki: Paul, it's my nightmares. They're back.


Daniel: Hey.

Phyllis: Hey, thanks for meeting with me.

Daniel: Yeah, sure. How's Damon?

Phyllis: Good, and he's getting stronger every day.

Daniel: I'm glad to hear it. So, uh, why'd you want to see me?

Phyllis: When I got back from the store, there was someone waiting for me.

Daniel: Christine?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm, yeah. She said you called her and begged her to come over and then also begged her to be my attorney.

Daniel: Yeah, is she gonna do it?

Phyllis: Yeah, she's gonna represent me.

Daniel: Well, that's fantastic, Mom. I mean, that's such a weight lifted off of my head. What's wrong?

Phyllis: Well, I appreciate you wanting to help, but it bothers me, too.

Daniel: How come?

Phyllis: Because I'm the adult. You're the child. We don't need two parents in this relationship, so let's get that straight right now.


Jack: Wow. I'd expect that reaction from me, but from you?

Michael: The way you said it just caught me off guard. I mean, it is kind of sudden, isn't it?

Jack: Yeah, you could definitely call it sudden.

Michael: You don't sound too thrilled.

Jack: Oh, it's just a bit of a shock. My father's not the type of man to tie the knot with a woman he barely knows.

Michael: No, you wouldn't think so, would you?

Jack: No, you certainly wouldn’t.

Michael: So this woman, let me guess. Is she the blonde he was with at the harvest dance?

Jack: Yeah, the blonde-- Gloria. Quite the lady, huh?

Michael: So, uh, what do you think of her?

Jack: Oh, hell, I don't know what I think of her. I'm not the one who married her.

Michael: Well, that hardly sounds like a rousing endorsement.

Jack: Well, she's not exactly the kind of woman my dad would normally bring into our family, put it that way. I will say one thing, she has been very upfront, not pretending to be anything she isn’t. I mean, what you see is what you get.

Michael: Yeah, right.

Jack: Excuse me?

Michael: Nothing. I was just, uh, mumbling.


Gloria: Just hear me out, okay? You and I have one thing in common.

Ashley: That's unlikely.

Gloria: No, neither one of us wants to see John upset. So if we're gonna be living together under one roof, we should at least try to get along.

Ashley: I don't see that happening.

Gloria: But, Ashley, this is his house, and he deserves to be happy here, and seeing you scowl every time I walk into a room isn't gonna accomplish that.

Ashley: Is this your way of saying you think I should leave?

Gloria: No, no, no, no, no. Look, maybe you don't wanna be best friends-- but I'm ready for that any time you are, by the way-- but can't we at least make nice?

Ashley: I don't think my father marrying you was a good idea, although I have to admit he does seem to be very happy recently.

Gloria: Well...

Ashley: And since you certainly don't seem to be going anywhere, I will do my best to be civil.

Gloria: Thank you.

Ashley: But don't hurt him. He seems to care for you deeply. Now if you love him and you have his best interests at heart, I won't be a problem for you, Gloria. But mark my words, I'll do whatever I have to do to protect my father.

Gloria: Bye.


Paul: These nightmares, they're the same ones?

Nikki: They're always the same--Joshua and me and the gun going off, and I wake up in a cold sweat, my heart is pounding. I'm just afraid that these are gonna haunt me forever.

Paul: Nikki, I promise you, they will fade with time.

Nikki: I wanna believe that so badly, but I don't know.

Paul: So you're still determined to find Joshua’s younger brother.

Nikki: Yes, although I'm not as certain as I once was that it's gonna help. I just don't know what else to do to get rid of this guilt.

Paul: Let me ask you a serious question.

Nikki: What?

Paul: Well, let's just assume for a moment that Joshua’s younger brother is Brad Carlton.

Nikki: Oh, my God. You know something. You know something and you're not telling me. I can see it in your eyes.

Paul: Nikki, I've been sitting on this for a couple of days and I don't know what to do with it.

Nikki: Well, what is it? Is it information about the court papers that Brad filed?

Paul: Yes.

Nikki: So it could tell us something about a name change.

Paul: It could, it could tell us a lot of things.

Nikki: What's that?

Paul: Do you remember that I told you that I had a friend in Cleveland, right?

Nikki: Yeah, a journalist. Yeah.

Paul: Well, he petitioned the court, and they allowed him to look at the sealed records. This is his report.

Nikki: Well, what does it say?

Paul: I don't know. I didn't look at it. I think you should be the one to determine whether or not you wanna open it.


Dru: Liv, I'm telling you, I tried to reach you, I swear. I didn't wanna leave a voice mail, you know? Malcolm's alive, he's back in town. I didn't know how you'd take it. How did you take it?

Olivia: I fainted-- twice to be exact. Thank God he caught me in his arms and carried me to the couch.

Dru: Did he really?

Olivia: Yeah. It's a shock. I thought the man was dead.

Dru: Yeah, I know. It was a shock to all of us. So when you came to in his arms, how did that go?

Olivia: It went.

Dru: It--oh, don't tell me you and Malcolm already--

Olivia: Oh, no. Oh, come on. No. You know, we just--

Dru: Just what?

Olivia: Well, let's just say the man still knows how to kiss.


Lily: Here, will you put this away?

Devon: All right, where does this go?

Lily: The lower cupboard under the utensil drawer.

Devon: And which one would be the utensil drawer?

Lily: The left one. That one right there.

Devon: I knew that.

Lily: Of course you did, that's why you asked me, right?

Devon: Well, maybe I just asked you because I know how much you like telling me how to do things, Lil.

Lily: Oh, really? Wait, so are you calling me bossy?

Devon: I'm just playing with you.

Lily: Yeah, okay. What are you thinking about?

Devon: Nothing.

Lily: Nothing?

Devon: I don't know. I was--I was just wondering what it would feel like to have real parents. You know, people who are there for you because they have to be, because they made you, not just because they suddenly decided, "hey, let's have ourselves a foster kid."

Lily: Well, they decided to have me, too. You know, people do that. They wait until they marry the right person, then they decide to start a family.

Devon: Yeah, but it's not the same, though, Lil.

Lily: Well, maybe not, but so what? That doesn't matter.

Devon: I'm basically on probation while I'm here, though. If you guys get tired of me, I'm gone.

Lily: Devon, why do you keep saying that? No one is gonna get tired of you.

Devon: Well, maybe not today they won't, but what about next month and the month after that? You know, it's different for you, Lily. No matter what, you'll always be their kid.


Daniel: You're mad at me for calling Christine.

Phyllis: No, no, I'm not mad. I'm not mad. In fact, I'm incredibly moved that you would wanna do this for me, but let me explain. It just--it upsets me that you feel like you have to take responsibility and take action.

Daniel: Well, come on, Mom. I mean, you could be in a lot of trouble here. I mean, what if the cops decide to charge you and Damon with something as--

Phyllis: Shh, shh, shh. Let me worry about that.

Daniel: Well, I was just trying to help.

Phyllis: And I'm very grateful that you tried to help, but, see, the thing is, I can take care of myself and you. See, that's my job, and your job is to be a kid and do fun stuff, do teenage stuff, not go calling lawyers.

Daniel: Well, I just thought that you'd be better of having Chris represent you instead of some total stranger.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I hope you don't expect us to be friends.

Daniel: Come on, even I know that's a little bit much to ask.

Phyllis: Yeah, way too much to ask, 'cause that's not gonna happen. But Christine probably is the best person to represent me. So that's all. Hey, haven't we come a long way since when we first reconnected? Don't you think? We're doing okay, right?

Daniel: Yeah, we have.

Phyllis: Okay.

Phyllis: Oh, my God. Oh, my God, he is alive.


(Doorbell rings)

Brad: Nikki, hi.

Nikki: Hi. May I come in?

Brad: Of course. Always nice to see a friendly face.

Nikki: Sorry I'm so overdressed. I just came from the club.

Brad: Still moonlighting, huh?

Nikki: Ooh, something smells good.

Brad: Dinner.

Nikki: Have I come at a bad time?

Brad: No, no, not for you. Actually, I've been wanting to talk to you anyway.

Nikki: Oh, from the tone of your voice, it sounds like you wanna talk about Victor.

Brad: Yeah, I'm sure you're not happy about it, either.

Nikki: Happy about what?

Brad: The way he led Ashley on, letting her think he was interested in her. It flattered his already inflated ego and in the process destroyed what used to be a pretty good marriage.


Jack: Thank you. Well, see you, Baldwin.

Michael: Whoa, whoa, whoa. I've got something to smooth your furrowed brow, a little bit of news I bet you didn't know, because if you did, you'd have a big ole smile plastered all over your face.

Jack: Okay, hit me, counselor. What have you got?

Michael: Your nemesis is away--left town.

Jack: Yeah, so Nikki tells me. Wait, you don't know how long he's gonna be gone, do you?

Michael: It's a mystery, it seems.

Jack: Oh, it's typical. He devastates my sister's life and then takes off for higher ground.

Michael: There's more. Mr. Newman, the younger, has been installed as C.E.O. of Newman Enterprises.

Jack: Just until his old man gets back. He's letting him play head honcho.

Michael: That's not the way I got it.

Jack: Come on. Victor Newman is not gonna hand his company over to anyone, including Nicholas.

Michael: Apparently, this time it's different. Victor has really handed over the reins to his son. Nicholas is completely in charge, running the show, no strings attached, permanently, or so he tells me.

Jack: Well, now that is curious information. I guess I'll have to pay the lad a visit.

Michael: I had a feeling you'd wanna do that.

Jack: One question-- Neil Winters was the interim chief. He was doing a great job. What happened to him?

Michael: I have no idea. Nick didn't say.

Jack: Still, it's interesting.

Michael: I thought you'd think so.

Jack: Well, what do you know, Baldwin? For once in my life, you actually have been a pleasant part of my day. I gotta say, I am curious how long the old coot will be gone.

Michael: We can start a pool, if you like, 5 bucks to get in.

Jack: That might not be a bad idea. Well, thanks for the tip.

Michael: Now remember, you owe me one.

Jack: Gee, now why do I think you're gonna collect before I wanna pay?

Michael: Well, you know what they say about us lawyers-- we're a generous lot. Oh, by the way, I'm curious to see how it works out with your dad. You, uh, you say he's happy.

Jack: Happy? He's ecstatic. Why do you ask?

Michael: You know, a brand-new marriage at his stage of life-- yeah, maybe there's hope for us confirmed bachelors after all.

Jack: Yeah.

Michael: Mm-hmm.


Dru: I know Malcolm didn't just waltz up in here, plant a kiss on you and all is forgiven.

Olivia: Well, I wouldn't put it that way.

Dru: Good. I hope you gave him a piece of your mind. How dare he let Nate think he's dead all these years.

Olivia: Yeah, well, we had words on that, but you know what? He was going through some pretty heavy stuff in Africa.

Dru: We all were. That doesn't make what Malcolm did right.

Olivia: Well, he had his reasons for staying away.

Dru: Okay, so you're just gonna forgive and forget, huh?

Olivia: I'm just not gonna eliminate the man from my life because of it.

Dru: When are you gonna tell Nate?

Olivia: I'm not.

Dru: You're not? Why?

Olivia: Because it's not the right time.

Dru: You can't keep those two apart forever, liv.

Olivia: I need to wait till his semester's over.

Dru: You know, if Nate knew that Malcolm were alive-- you know, Malcolm could visit Nate in London on his way back to Africa.

Olivia: Did he say he was leaving?

Dru: No, but he don't fit in Genoa City anymore. You know that.

Olivia: Drucilla, my God, the fact that Malcolm is here and alive, that's a miracle. Why are you in such a hurry for him to leave?


Malcolm: Well, well, well. How are you doing, Phyllis?

Phyllis: I'm good. Oh, my God. I can't believe this. If I wasn't told you were alive, I would think I saw a ghost.

Malcolm: I've had more than a few people spooked around here.

Phyllis: Um, oh, here. I want you to meet somebody. This is--this is my son Daniel. Daniel, this is my friend Malcolm Winters. I can't believe I'm saying that. He's sort of, um, risen from the grave, I guess, right?

Malcolm: Nice to meet you, Daniel.

Daniel: Same here.

Phyllis: He's handsome, isn't he? I'm really proud of him.

Daniel: Mom.

Phyllis: Well, I am. I'm proud of you. I'm your mom. I can be proud, right? I can be proud. This is my son. This is the same son that was ripped away from me, that I was forced to give up.

Malcolm: I remember.

Phyllis: And--yeah. And--and now we've reconnected.


Lily: Devon, listen to me. Just because you're not their biological child doesn't mean that you can't still be a part of our family.

Devon: And, you know, that's easy for you to say, Lily.

Lily: Look, why are you so stuck on the difference between you and me? Good things are gonna happen for you, okay? I promise.

Devon: Like what?

Lily: Well, like, you know, you're gonna finish high school, you know, go on to college and live in a nice house with people who care about you, and then you're gonna spend your first thanksgiving as part of our family.

Devon: Lily, don't you get it? I can't sit around here thinking that all of this is gonna work out for me, okay, 'cause it never has before. I just gotta prepare myself for the day when this all falls apart.

Lily: Okay, that's just ridiculous. Don't you know that if you keep telling yourself bad things are gonna happen, you can actually make them happen? It's called a self-fulfilling prophecy. I mean, why don't you just start thinking positive about things, you know? Like for starters, practice smiling, okay? That's right. Hey, is your homework done?

Devon: Yeah, I got it done after the game was over.

Lily: Okay, good. Mine's done, too. So let's go have some fun.


Nikki: Brad, can we just not talk about Victor, please?

Brad: Thought he was your favorite subject.

Nikki: Not lately. Thank you.

Brad: What's he done now?

Nikki: He is off on one of his little self-indulgent journeys.

Brad: What do you mean, he left town?

Nikki: Yes, and please don't ask me where he is or when he'll be back because I don't know.

Brad: Nikki, why in God's name do you put up with it?

Nikki: I'm used to it. I accepted this in him long ago. It is who he is.

Brad: You're not angry.

Nikki: No.

Brad: No, then why did you say you didn't wanna talk about him?

Nikki: Because I don't appreciate hearing other people talk about him behind his back.

Brad: Well, I'm sorry, Nikki, but I think the guy has a lot of nerve.

Nikki: Well, I guess you're gonna continue anyway.

Brad: I can't help it. I mean, the guy destroys Ash's life, my life, Abby’s life, and then he just takes off for parts unknown, leaving devastation in his wake. You know, it's just so typical of Victor, his inability to think about anybody but himself.


Dru: You know, Liv, I'm not trying to push Malcolm out of our lives. I want him to be happy. It's just that he's so angry. He's angry at Neil.

Olivia: They'll work it out.

Dru: I don't think that's gonna happen anytime soon.

Olivia: Look, it'll be good for them, for all of us. Has Malcolm seen Lily yet?

Dru: Mm-hmm, yeah.

Olivia: And?

Dru: And they went to dinner together.

Olivia: Well, that's good.

Dru: I don't know about that. I was a little uneasy, the way he was staring at Lily's photograph.

Olivia: I think you're reading more into it.

Dru: She's so fascinated by her exotic uncle, living in Africa.

Olivia: And that bothers you.

Dru: A little bit. You know, Liv, I can't help wondering why is Malcolm really here?


Malcolm: So, Daniel, I guess you know you got a pretty special mom right there, huh?

Daniel: Yeah, well, I ought to. She reminds me often enough.

Malcolm: Yeah, I bet she does. The two of us go way back, and she's always been more than a handful. I mean, this woman takes mess from nobody. Don't suppose you've been able to tame that about her.

Daniel: No. I think we both know that's an impossible job.

Phyllis: Hey, you know, what can I say? So how long are you staying in Genoa City?

Malcolm: I haven't decided.

Phyllis: Yeah? Hey, you should open up your photo studio again. I don't know if Jabot has any work but I can find some through Newman Enterprises maybe. You want me to check it out?

Malcolm: Phyllis, I don't know if I have it in me to get back into that photography thing.

Phyllis: Really? You were so good.

Malcolm: It's just not what I'm about anymore. My time in Africa changed a lot of things, gave me a different kind of perspective.

Phyllis: Oh. Okay. You went through a lot.

Malcolm: You have no idea.

Phyllis: It was pretty rough?

Malcolm: Let's just say it's a different way of living. Most of us around here wouldn't know what to do with a life like that.

Daniel: You know, I've read a lot about third world countries, and I can't imagine what some of those people's lives must be like.

Malcolm: Well, unless you've seen it up close and personal, my friend, I don't think you'll ever know.

Phyllis: So, um, what do you plan on doing?

Malcolm: I don't know. I mean, for now, I'll probably get a job, something basic, put some cash in my pocket, pay for food, a place to stay. But anything beyond that, I haven't thought about it. I wanna get a feel for what's going on around here, but I don't really know if I'm gonna stay.

Phyllis: Well, you should come to the Newman ranch. Daniel and I are staying in Victoria’s old place. Maybe I'll cook you dinner or something.

Malcolm: That'd be nice.

Phyllis: Good. Well, we gotta head out... you know? It was good to see you.

Malcolm: Yeah. You look good.

Phyllis: You too.


Malcolm: Hey, man, can I get a coffee?

Lily: Hey, my Uncle Malcolm is here.

Devon: Wait. Hang on a second. That guy right there is your uncle?

Lily: Yeah, my dad's brother.

Devon: Really?

Lily: Yeah.

Devon: We met at the Rec center.

Lily: You did?

Devon: Yeah.

Lily: Did you talk to him?

Devon: Just for a little bit, but he seemed really intense.

Lily: Yeah, well, I'm sure my mom told you the whole story about how we all thought he drowned in a river in Africa.

Devon: Gosh, it must have blown everyone away, him turning up after all that time.

Lily: Yeah, it did. It's incredible. It's like a miracle, really, and now I'm finally getting a chance to know him better.


(Doorbell rings) (Ring) (Ring)

Gloria: Okay, okay, okay, I'm coming, I'm coming, I'm coming. Hold on.

Gloria: What are you doing here?

Michael: I have come to congratulate you and your brand-new husband.

Gloria: Well, you shoulda sent flowers and a card because you know you're not welcome in this house.

Michael: When were you gonna tell me?

Gloria: We just got back this morning.

Michael: Yes, so Jack told me.

Gloria: What?

Michael: I ran into him at the Athletic Club. Damn near fell off my barstool when I heard all the news.

Gloria: Oh, well, so now you know. Bye-bye.

Michael: I know you wanted to move fast, but you are breaking all records for running, jumping or standing gall. You must be so very proud.

Gloria: Look, Michael, I don't want to have this conversation now, and certainly not here. I can't believe that you'd even think about showing up here.

Michael: Why not? You've already got your hooks in the man.

Gloria: Well, marriage or not, he's still not ready to find out that you're my son, with the added twist that his least favorite person on the planet is also my son.

Michael: (Chuckles) that's so Gloria. You know, personally, I couldn't give a damn. But you know Kevin’s a different story.

Gloria: Oh, don't start with that. Don't try to make me feel guilty.

Michael: Oh, guilty. What would be the point? When you first showed up in Genoa City, we were already in deep crisis with Kevin, remember? The idea being that you were gonna finally be a mother to him. I guess that, uh, fell by the wayside?

Gloria: Do you hate me? Is that why you're doing this? Are you trying to ruin my life?

Michael: No, of course not. I don't hate you.

Gloria: Well--

Michael: I really don’t. You made some choices, that's all ancient history. Do I wish that you had a little more of a spine, a little more maternal instincts? Sure. Why not? But, hey, nobody's perfect.

Gloria: That's right, Michael, nobody is perfect.

Michael: But I did expect just a little bit more from you. I didn't allow you to stay in Genoa City so you could marry into high society here, and all the while just hiding things from your new family, Gloria.

Gloria: Well, if I could be honest about those things, I would be.

Michael: Oh. Do you know what Jack Abbott said to me?

Gloria: What?

Michael: He said, "you gotta give the woman credit for being so up front. What you see is what you get." Hell, Jack is probably the one who was gonna take it best. It certainly is not gonna be your beloved husband or Ashley.

Gloria: Would you stop this? Hmm?

Michael: You are a disaster waiting to happen. And it's gonna involve a lot of people, and the fallout is gonna be like nuclear waste raining down on me.


Lily: Hey, Uncle Malcolm.

Malcolm: Hey, half-pint.

Devon: Half-pint?

Lily: Hey. Nothing. Don't worry about it.

Malcolm: I know you, don't I, from the Rec center?

Devon: Yeah, that's right. I was just tellin' Lily about that.

Lily: Well, Devon here is my new foster brother. He's living with us now.


Olivia: Why do you think Mal came back?

Dru: Well, he said it's because of Nate. But I have the distinct impression there's more to the story.

Olivia: Maybe living on a different continent lost its charm.

Dru: Yeah, maybe.

Olivia: Maybe he came back to see you.

Dru: Don't be ridiculous. Me?

Olivia: Mm-hmm. Last time you two saw each other, you were a single woman. And if memory serves me right, you guys were pretty chummy.

Dru: Last time I saw Malcolm, we were in Paris, okay? And remember, he came here, not there.

Olivia: Was he disappointed to find out you were married?

Dru: Not particularly. It's not me he kissed, okay? Until I find out what's going on in his head, I'd prefer if he kept his distance.

Olivia: Well, I'd prefer he stayed. In fact, I was thinking, if he didn't have a place to--

Dru: Oh, don't-- don't even think about letting him move in here. Liv.


Brad: I'm sorry I went off like that, Nikki.

Nikki: It's all right. I'm sure it's easier to blame Victor for what happened than blaming your wife.

Brad: Hang on a second. I'm not letting ash off the hook one iota.

Nikki: How are you doing?

Brad: How do you think?

Nikki: I know you're angry with Victor. Losing Ashley must be devastating.

Brad: It hurts like hell. But watching Abby suffer, that really kills me. I mean, that twists the knife.

Nikki: It always seems like it's the children who bear the brunt when two adults separate.

Brad: Yeah. Yeah, listen, Nikki, um, I've gotta get back to what I was doing. I don't want to burn the kitchen down.

Nikki: Okay, um, the reason I came over... I know you were upset that I asked Paul Williams to investigate your past.

Brad: Uh-huh. That's the last thing I needed with everything else going on.

Nikki: Well...

Brad: What's that?

Nikki: It's information about you.

Brad: Damn it, Nikki. I told you to leave that alone!

Nikki: Brad, just let me finish. In respecting your feelings and wanting to make things right with us, I have not opened this envelope. I don't even know what's in it. Whatever is in it--?

Brad: Is none of your business.

Nikki: I agree. So I'm just going to give this to you unopened. You can do what you want with it.


Gloria: You're worried about what this could do to you? I could lose everything.

Michael: Well, you shoulda been honest.

Gloria: And then what, huh? Oh, a woman like me, I-I don't have that many choices in this life. I am doing the best I can.

Michael: Do you even have any feelings for this man?

Gloria: Yes. We have a real affection, a real friendship. He's extremely romantic. He loves to watch me--

Michael: Oh, all right, spare me the details. I don't want to hear it.

Gloria: And I don't want to hear how I'm about to cause this great disaster in your life. Now look, you've had your little say, you've given me your lecture, now go.

Michael: In a minute.

Gloria: No, Michael, now.

Michael: Mark my words, this little scheme of yours, it's gonna blow up in your face.

Gloria: You're the one who's gonna be sorry if you don't leave.

Michael: I'm telling you, Gloria, you—


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Nikki: If you're not Charles Cassen, why did you change your name?

Dru: You have heat for Malcolm.

Olivia: I don't have heat for Malcolm.

Dru: You do, too. You keep telling yourself that, maybe you'll start believin' it.

Kay: Jill, what's wrong?

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