Monday Y&R Transcript 11/29/04

Y&R Transcript Monday 11/29/04--Canada; Tuesday 11/30/04--USA



By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Phyllis: Yeah, well, if you'd make this go away, Christine, I wouldn't have to call you every five minutes. I'm not a moron, Christine. Yes, I realize that Damon and I are in serious trouble. Fine. We'll do it your way. Thank you.

Dru: Ooh. I see you're still in the hot seat. I bet Damon regrets ever getting involved with the likes of you.

Phyllis: I do not need your two cents, thank you very much. And thank you for brightening my day.

Dru: It's not my job to brighten your day, hon.

Phyllis: Well, it is my job to tell you that our exalted new boss is on the warpath.

Dru: Nicholas? What does that boy want?

Phyllis: Get this. He wants a "progress report" on the beauty pageant.

Dru: (Laughs) when?

Phyllis: Yesterday.

Dru: (Sighs) you have got to be kidding me. Talk about more pressure.

Phyllis: Yeah, I got the distinct impression that we have to wow Mr. Nick "clueless" Newman if we wanna move forward.

Dru: Hold on. Wait a minute. That was my Neilís gig, and Nick promised not to ax any projects that were in production.

Phyllis: My guess is that he was crossing his fingers when he made that promise.

Dru: Do you have any good news, Phyllis?

Phyllis: Actually, I do have good news. Three guesses who I ran into-- someone very near and dear to your heart.

Dru: Malcolm, Malcolm and Malcolm?

Phyllis: Good guess. He seemed a little different. It made me sad. But he's still hot. But I'm sure you noticed that all by yourself, didn't you?


Neil: Mmm. Sweetheart?

Lily: Mm-hmm?

Neil: This is a real treat, sharing some breakfast with my beautiful daughter on a school day. I'm glad you suggested it.

Lily: Yeah, well, I had first period free, and I wanted to actually talk to you about something.

Neil: Oh, really? You wanna talk to me? What about?

Lily: Well, um, are you hoping that Uncle Malcolm will stay here in Genoa City?

Neil: Of course I'm hoping that. Why would you even ask that?

Lily: 'Cause you don't always show it.

Neil: Um, darling, you have to understand something. I love my brother very much. In my heart of hearts, I wanna be close to him again.

Lily: Well, then tell him that and tell him that he can stay with us.

Neil: Maybe you've forgotten, but we have a young man named Devon living with us now. We don't even have the room.

Lily: Dad, we can make room, okay? He can bunk with Devon or something. Or maybe you don't really want him around as much you say you do.

Neil: It's not about what I want. It's Malcolm. Even if I invited him to live with us, I have the feeling that he'd decline.

Neil: Hey, thanks very much.

Trevor: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Appreciate that. Why don't we talk about your school? How is your history class coming?


Jill: Yes, I'd like to speak to Harrison Bartlett. He's an orderly there. He quit? Well, did he leave a number where he could be reached? Leaving town? No, no message. Why would I wanna leave a message if he's gone?

Jill: Good morning. Aren't you gonna speak to me this morning?

Kay: What'd you say?

Jill: Last night when you came in, you didn't wanna talk to me.

Kay: So?

Jill: So I think that it is very important that we discuss this.

Kay: You can't be serious. The way I feel today, you'll be lucky if I ever talk to you again.


Nikki: Thanks for seeing me.

Paul: No problem. I, uh... don't mind the mess. I'm still sharing an office with Chris. Can I get you some coffee?

Nikki: No, thank you.

Paul: You sure? Tea? Anything? Sit down. I'm dying to find out what you decided to do with the report on the sealed court records.

Nikki: I gave the envelope unopened to Brad, but it doesn't really matter anyway. He's not the man I've been looking for.

Paul: You seem pretty sure.

Nikki: I am. I found him. It's unbelievable. He's been right in front of me this whole time.

Paul: Who has?

Nikki: Bobby Marsino. He is Charles Robert Cassen.


Bobby: Look, just give me a number. How much? All right, look, I'm gonna have to get back to you on that.

Brittany: What's wrong?

Bobby: Oh. The panel in the lighting system blew out, and it's gonna cost quite a few bucks to fix it, which I don't have.

Brittany: How soon do you have to get it fixed?

Bobby: Well, that depends. How do you like singing in the dark?

Brittany: Well, I'm sorry, Bobby. This must be the last thing you need.

Bobby: Ah, don't worry about it. I'll take care of it. So what are you doing here?

Brittany: Well, you left so early, I didn't have a chance to say, "Have a good day."

Bobby: Mm-hmm. You could have done that over the phone.

Brittany: Yes, but then I couldn't bring you coffee, and I couldn't give you this.

Bobby: Mmm. Well, leave it to you to cheer me up when I need it the most. What is that look for?

Brittany: I had an idea.

Bobby: (Chuckles) okay.

Brittany: It's about our living arrangements.

Bobby: Ah, come on. Look, I know that the motel I picked out isn't exactly the Ritz, but--

Brittany: Bobby, what if I told you there might be a better option-- something a little more homey but still won't cost much?

Bobby: Like what?

Brittany: My old place-- the loft.


J.T.: I've been doing some thinking.

Mac: About what?

J.T.: About what Brittany said last night.

Mac: You mean her and Bobby moving in here? Can you believe she was actually serious? How crazy would that be?

J.T.: Well, that's the thing. Maybe it's not so crazy.

Mac: What?

J.T.: Maybe we ought to say yes.


Dru: Malcolm is my brother-in-law, okay?

Phyllis: Oh, right, right, right.

Dru: Are you insinuating that something--you know...

Phyllis: Whoa. So serious. Lighten up. I'm just jokin'.

Dru: Your humor stinks.

Phyllis: Well, I am sorry. Excuse me. I'm sorry you don't like my brand of humor. You're not the only one with problems.

Dru: I didn't say I was. Wanna talk? Go ahead.

Phyllis: Huh?

Dru: No, go ahead. Talk. I'm a very good listener.

Phyllis: Thanks. I'll pass.

Dru: Well, suit yourself. It's obvious that, well... (Chuckles)

Phyllis: What?

Dru: Well, it's obvious that--that you're on edge.

Phyllis: I'm not on edge. I'm not on edge at all. Little on edge. Just... never mind. What's going on with Malcolm?

Dru: What do you mean?

Phyllis: He seemed a little, I don't know, mysterious. He had this aura of danger about him. Do you know what I'm saying? I mean, Daniel was absolutely captivated by him. I'm sure Lily thinks that her uncle is just the most glamorous guy to walk the--

Dru: You know, some of us have to work, Phyllis. This is a lovely yarn you're spinning, but, um, could we put a lid on it until later? I'd really appreciate it.


Lily: You know, I don't understand. Why would Uncle Malcolm not wanna stay with us?

Neil: I'm sure you've noticed Malcolm has a lot of negative feelings toward me.

Lily: Yes, I have noticed, but why? I mean, what happened?

Neil: Mm, a long story. Um, part of it has to do with a woman-- someone that Malcolm and I knew a long time ago, before your mother and i got back together. It was all a terrible misunderstanding.

Lily: Okay, you said that was part of it. What else?

Neil: Well, apparently, when he had his accident, he felt that I called off the helicopter search too early.

Lily: You mean, like, deliberately? Yeah, but, I mean, you would never do anything like that.

Neil: I would have kept on looking forever. The authorities felt it was time to call off the search. They didn't believe that anyone could have survived that kind of fall into the river.

Lily: So it really is a miracle, isn't it, that he did?

Neil: Yeah, it's a miracle. The lord works in mysterious ways, and he was definitely looking out for Malcolm that day.

Lily: Yeah, and you see, that is why I think that it is so important that we keep him here, you know, so we can all be together. Dad, I just--I hate to hear him talk about leaving.

Neil: Lily, so do I, but he has to get past his resentment, and your uncle is not a man to be pushed.

Lily: Well, what are you saying, that you're gonna give up?

Neil: No, of course not. I'm saying that we can't force this issue, understand?

Lily: Yeah, but, Dad, if we don't, I'm afraid that he'll just be gone, you know? And please don't let that happen, okay? Not when I'm just getting to know him.

Neil: Sweetie, I'll do what I can. I really will, but I...

Lily: Oh, Uncle Malcolm is here. Hi.

Malcolm: Hey.


Jill: No matter how angry you are at me, you can't just shut me out this way.

Kay: Watch me.

Jill: Well, would you at least tell me if you saw Arthur?

Kay: I saw him.

Jill: And did you speak with him about staying?

Kay: Oh, yes, I talked to him, all right. I poured my heart out to him. I begged him not to leave, reminded him of the years that we were apart and how miraculous it was that we were finally together again after all these years.

Jill: Great. That is great. Thank God you fought for him, Katherine. I am so sorry. I'm so sorry it took me so long to get rid of all my suspicions, but now I have come to the conclusion that Dad was telling the truth.

Kay: Well, your conclusion's just a little late.

Jill: What do you mean?

Kay: He's gone.

Jill: He's gone?

Kay: Well, what did you think had happened?

Jill: Oh, God.

Kay: Arthur couldn't take it anymore, and it's all your fault.


Mac: You wanna let Bobby and Brittany move in here? J.T., Why?

J.T.: Well, you heard what Brittany said. Staying in a hotel is costing them a fortune. You know, they don't have the money.

Mac: So they can rent a cheap apartment.

J.T.: They just need something short term. I mean, what's the point in signing a lease if they're gonna have to break it? And you know Brittany doesn't want to stay in some cheap motel.

Mac: But you're assuming that Bobby will get the money to finish remodeling his condo. What if he doesn't? Then we're stuck with them.

J.T.: I don't know. We'll cross that bridge when we come to it. Look, I'm not excited about Marsino staying here either, okay? But Brittanyís our friend. We should-- we should help her out.

Mac: No. It would never work. Bobby and Brittany are newlyweds. They need to have their own place.

J.T.: Okay, so?

Mac: So part of the reason Brittany married Bobby was because he was this big adult who has his act together. She was in such a rush to experience real life. I say we let her.


Bobby: The two of us moving into your old place? That's ridiculous.

Brittany: Why?

Bobby: I thought we had this settled. We're gonna move in to that little motel until my place is finished.

Brittany: And when will that be?

Bobby: It's gonna be soon, okay?

Brittany: I know the renovations are on hold.

Bobby: Really? Who told you that?

Brittany: Nobody. I stopped by the condo the other day. There was no one around, all the equipment was gone. It's because you don't have the money to pay them, isn't it? Bobby.

Bobby: Yeah, I missed a couple payments. But I'm gonna get the cash. Don't worry about it.

Brittany: I'm not. I know how hard you're working to make this cabaret a success. But until then, we have to be smart with our finances. That means putting whatever we have into our condo and the club. Why throw away money on motel rooms when we should be using it to pay our contractors?

Bobby: I got the check from your father.

Brittany: How much is left?

Bobby: Not much. But moving into the loft... I can't live with J.T. and Mac.

Brittany: Why not?

Bobby: 'Cause it's pathetic.

Brittany: Bobby.

Bobby: Listen, I am your husband, all right? It is my job to take care of you, and that means putting a roof over your head and not sharing it with a couple of college kids.


Lily: Hi.

Malcolm: Hey.

Neil: Hi, Malcolm. Uh, can I invite you to sit down and have some breakfast with us?

Malcolm: I already ate.

Lily: Oh, I have to go or else I'm gonna be late for school.

Neil: Well, here.

Lily: But, oh, yeah. Bye.

Malcolm: Bye. Be good.

Lily: Okay. Bye, Daddy. Oh, and think about what I said, okay?

Neil: Of course I will.

Lily: Okay. Thanks for breakfast.

Neil: Sure. Take care, sweetie. Have a good day. Um, w-wait. Let me buy you a cup of coffee.

Malcolm: I don't think so.

Neil: Now wait. Wait a minute, man. Just give me a minute of your time. Please sit down. Come on. So, uh, my daughter thinks you're pretty terrific, huh?

Malcolm: She's a great kid, Neil. She reminds me of her mother a few years back.

Neil: Yeah, yeah, I agree. She's a lot like her mother, very, uh, resilient, strong on the surface, but looks are deceiving, you know? That kid's been through a lot of heavy stuff lately.

Malcolm: Would it have anything to do with a guy named, um, Fisher, something like that?

Neil: Yeah. Yeah. How you know about that?

Malcolm: I don't know any details. He was here yesterday, Lily introduced me to him.

Neil: I wish she'd steer clear from him. I-I'll tell you, he's bad news.

Malcolm: Bad news how?

Trevor: Hey, Malcolm, just made out the work schedule, and your first shift starts this morning. Hope that's all right.

Malcolm: Lucky me.

Trevor: Yeah.


Paul: You're telling me you think Bobby Marsino is Charlie Cassen?

Nikki: I know that he is. We were talking late last night, and he flat-out told me that his name used to be Charles Robert Cassen.

Paul: Oh, my God, Nikki. (Sighs) what else did he say? You didn't tell him that...

Nikki: My part in it? No. No, I couldnít. I was too stunned to even speak. But this destroyed the whole family. The mother went into a deep depression. His father became an alcoholic. It just broke my heart listening to this last night. His last memory of his mother is seeing her in bed crying.

Paul: Wasn't he still a kid when his parents died in the car wreck? So what happened to him after that?

Nikki: He went to live with his aunt and uncle-- the Marsinos. That's how he got that name.

Paul: And that's when the trail went cold.

Nikki: His uncle didn't like him, didn't treat him right. And after losing everybody that he loved, can you imagine the toll that that takes on a child? He started hanging out with the wrong crowd. He got into trouble, and it's all my fault. I ruined his life.

Paul: Nikki, come on. That was an accident.

Nikki: I am responsible for his unhappiness. So what can I do now? What can I ever do or say to make things right?


Jill: Let Dad leave?

Kay: I didn't let Dad do anything. I tried everything in my power to make him change his mind, try to stop him from leaving.

Jill: Well, you should have called me. Maybe I could have helped.

Kay: You could have helped? Well, you're the one who thought he was guilty. I mean, my God, that's why Arthur left. He couldn't stand your constant suspicion.

Jill: I know, I know, I know, but I changed my mind. I didn't think he was guilty anymore. Harrison was deluded, Katherine. I had let go all of my suspicions about Dad.

Kay: Well, isn't that wonderful? The damage has already been done, though, hasn't it? That's the big problem. I mean, a person's integrity can only take so many questions at a time.

Jill: I never expected anything like this to happen.

Kay: Well, nevertheless, it did. It did! I could see the poor man's heart was breaking. He had no other alternative, no other solution.

Jill: Do you think that he's gone for good?

Kay: It's over, Jill. The love that I have found is now just another memory.

Jill: I'm so sorry. No, come on. You know how much I wanted you and Dad to be married, how much I wanted us to be a family, but I had to be sure, Katherine.

Kay: Oh, spare me, please. I see it all clearly now.

Jill: What?

Kay: All this time, after we found that we were mother and daughter. You've been waiting, waiting for the time that you could just cut my legs from under me. Well, why didn't you rip my heart out as well?!

Jill: What are you talking about? You know that I wanted the two of you to be--

Kay: Oh, stop. Lies, lies, a bunch of crock. Stop it.

Jill: They're not lies! I feel awful about this.

Kay: Oh, do you, really? Do you really? How many years ago because of you, I lost the man I loved? Now, no, no, once again...

Jill: Donít.

Kay: Once again because of you, I loved this man, and I lost him, a man I could have shared my life with. Oh, we fought a lot of battles, a lot of battles, and some I've won, some you have won. But I concede to you. You have triumphed. I could never, ever think of doing anything to you as you have done to me. You're the winner. I bow to your treachery.

Jack: Hello, Katherine. A little something for you and Judge Hendricks. I... hear you set a wedding date.

Jill: Katherine...


Malcolm: Thanks, Trevor.

Trevor: Sure.

Neil: Hey. You got a job here?

Malcolm: Yeah.

Neil: I don't get it. The coffeehouse? This ain't you. This is a menial job. You're a hell of a photographer. I mean, why would you want to bus tables for minimum wage?

Malcolm: It's fine for right now.

Neil: And you really expect me to believe that?

Malcolm: Neil, you and I never wanted the same things out of life.

Neil: If you ask me, it's a waste of time.

Malcolm: Hey, what I do ain't your business. This place puts cash in my pocket--well, good.

Neil: Cool. You do what you have to do. End of discussion. Malcolm, is part of your interest in this place because Lily and Devon hang out here, and you wanna get closer to your niece?

Malcolm: I won't deny that. She's grown up a lot over the years. I missed her. It's a good way for me to catch up with her.

Neil: Yeah. Like I said, she thinks the world of you. In fact, she wants you to spend more time with the family.

Malcolm: She said that?

Neil: More than once. Hey, Malcolm, why don't I call Dru? Ask her to set another place at the dinner table for you tonight?

Malcolm: I'll pass. I got work to do.

Neil: Hey. Just think about it, will you?

Malcolm: Yeah, maybe.


Phyllis: So you got all the time in the world to talk to me about my problems, but the minute I mention Malcolm, itís...

Dru: He's not my favorite person at the moment.

Phyllis: Really? Gosh. That's wild. "Glad you're alive, but get out of my face." Is that right?

Dru: You know, it's not like that, all right? He's giving Neil nothing but shade, and now he wants to talk to Lily, and that's the last thing I want him to do.

Phyllis: What's wrong with the girl wanting to talk to her uncle?

Dru: It's complicated.

Phyllis: How is it complicated?

Dru: It's complicated, Phyllis. Neil and I are new foster parents. We're trying to make a family thing happen, and I can't have Malcolm being hell-bent on causing chaos and conflict.

Phyllis: That doesn't answer my question about Lily. I think there's more to it.

Dru: Like what?

Phyllis: You tell me. Mm-hmm. I seem to remember hearing around town that you and Malcolm, you know...

Dru: Me and Malcolm what?

Phyllis: Well, you know... you were, um, friends with benefits?

Dru: Now you listen to me. I don't appreciate you bringing up ancient history. Do you understand me? My husband and I have a rock-solid marriage.

Phyllis: Methinks the lady protests too much.

Dru: Methinks you shouldn't think at all. Now I want you to keep your schnoz out of my business. I have a lot on my plate right now. I don't wanna talk to you anymore about this. I want you to keep your mouth shut, Phyllis.


Brittany: Let's talk about this.

Bobby: You can talk all you want. The answer's still gonna be no.

Brittany: You won't even consider staying at the loft, even for a little while?

Bobby: Look, I'm a grown man. You know, I've been on my own for a long time. There's no way that I'm gonna live with a bunch of kids.

Brittany: You married one of those kids, in case you forgot.

Bobby: You know what I mean.

Brittany: But they're my friends.

Bobby: Yeah, but they're not my friends, especially J.T. He hates my guts, and the feeling's mutual.

Brittany: You probably wouldn't even see each other. He has class every day, and you're here at the club almost every night. It wouldn't be that bad.

Bobby: What happens when he starts shooting his mouth off?

Brittany: I'll tell him to behave himself.

Bobby: Oh, and he's gonna listen to you. What am I saying? Of course he's gonna listen. He's got a little thing for you.

Brittany: What did you say?

Bobby: Oh, come on. It hasn't crossed your mind? I see the way he looks at you, the way he was this close to you the whole time you were doing the wedding.

Brittany: I needed help. J.T. bailed me out. It's as simple as that.

Bobby: Yeah, there's no way a guy's gonna go through all that unless there's something else going on. 

Brittany: Oh, now I get it. I see what this is really about. You don't wanna stay at the loft because you're jealous.

Bobby: I'm jealous of J.T.?

Brittany: Why else would you be acting like this?

Bobby: Well, it's not because I'm jealous. I just don't want the kid getting in my face, 'cause he knows how to push my buttons, and one of these days, he's gonna push me too far.

Brittany: Bobby...

Bobby: Enough. I'm telling you, it won't work.

Brittany: And I'm telling you it can. How about this? We go talk to J.T. and Mac. Just talk. And if we can't come to an agreement, then we won't do it.

Bobby: And I won't hear another word about it?

Brittany: Deal.

Bobby: Fine.


J.T.: Come on, Mac. You're being a little harsh, don't you think?

Mac: No, I donít.

J.T.: I know Brittany was all about experiencing the real world, but in the real world, people crash with friends when they have money problems.

Mac: What about our money problems? We're fine now, but soon we're gonna need a roommate who can pay rent.

J.T.: Yeah, I know. Maybe Bobby and Brittany can chip in a little bit. Look, I don't know. I haven't really thought this through. I'm just saying you should consider it.

Mac: What if I say no?

J.T.: Mac, it wasn't that long ago you needed a place to stay. Brittany agreed to let you move in here. She wasn't excited about it, and, you know, Raul and I had to share a room. That wasn't fun, trust me, but we did it because you needed our help. You're just gonna forget about that now that Brittany needs help?

Mac: Those two are out practically every night. Isn't it gonna bother you when they come home from the club at 3 A.M.?

J.T.: I could put up with anything as long as it's temporary.

Mac: So where are they gonna sleep?

J.T.: In Brittanyís old room, I guess.

Mac: That's not big enough for two people.

J.T.: Well, then they can stay in my room. I don't care.

Mac: Good. They're not staying in mine.

J.T.: Mac, what is going on with you? You're being so touchy about this. It's not like you.

Mac: I just don't think we should do this.

J.T.: Yeah, I got that. But why not? You and Brittany aren't best of friends, but you've been roommates before, and you and Marsino get along okay. I'm fine with it.

Mac: How can you be fine with it? You have feelings for Brittany. Isn't it gonna be weird to see her and Bobby around all the time?

J.T.: The feelings I had for Brittany are--

Mac: No, don't say that they're gone, 'cause we both know that's not how it works.


Jack: Sorry... for you and for Katherine.

Jill: You know, I can understand my father being upset, but...

Jack: I could just kick myself. Of all the times to show up and bring a wedding gift... my timing really stinks. Hey, talk to me. What are you thinking?

Jill: It just strikes me as a little strange, that's all. I mean, if my father really didn't commit a crime and he truly is innocent, why did he just take off like that?

Jack: That's a good question.

Jill: I mean, Katherine pleaded with him to stay. She would have married him this second with no hesitation, no reservations.

Jack: Look, I don't wanna be the one to say this, but... maybe he really was guilty. Maybe he couldn't take the heat any longer. Isn't it possible that Bartlett really was right all along?

Jill: Jack, I don't wanna do this anymore. I've decided that my father is an innocent man.

Jack: And that Bartlett is a phony.

Jill: Well, whether or not he believed what he was saying, the truth is he admitted forging my father's signature on those insurance papers, and that is pretty damning evidence, isn't it?

Jack: Yeah, I have to admit it.

Jill: By the way, I just found out that, uh, he's disappeared. He quit his job at Memorial, and he left town.

Jack: Okay. That is odd.

Jill: Why couldn't my father have just stayed around a little longer so Katherine and I would have time to work through this?

Jack: Well, you know, that is the weird part of this whole thing. You were finally ready to make the leap of faith, and he up and leaves.

Jill: I know, but he didn't know that. I never had the chance to tell him.

Jack: But you weren't trying to force him into the gas chamber. You were asking him to answer some questions, to open up a bit about his past.

Jill: Well, I think that the death of his first wife was a very painful subject.

Jack: That doesn't explain him being that defensive.

Jill: Well, maybe it's because he'd already gone through it before in Seattle with all the doubts and suspicions of his coworkers and his friends and, I mean, that's why he quit the bench, for god sake. He gave up his whole career.

Jack: Don't you think he would have realized that you didn't want to find out he was a killer?

Jill: God, I hope so.

Jack: Then why would he go after you for wanting to protect your mother once the doubts were planted in your mind? I mean, it seems perfectly reasonable to me.

Jill: Yeah, tell that to Katherine.

Jack: Look, I know Katherine blames you right now.

Jill: Blames me? She hates me. She hates me. All the progress we made in reconnecting as mother and daughter has just been destroyed.

Jack: Take it easy, okay?

Jill: Do you not get it? I've lost everything. I've lost my whole family-- my mother, my father, everything.

Jack: Katherine will come around. She will. She's upset right now. She will not always blame you for this.

Jill: I'm not so sure of it. Oh, my God. What have I done to her? What have I done to our family?


Phyllis: So... about Lily...

Dru: I'm not talking to you.

Phyllis: Just think of this office as Vegas. Whatever happens here, stays here. (Telephone rings)

Dru: Drucilla Winters.

Neil: Neil Winters.

Dru: Hi, honey where are you?

Neil: I'm at the coffeehouse. Listen, I only have a minute. Um, guess what. I ran into Malcolm. Things actually went pretty well.

Dru: That's great, honey.

Neil: Yeah, it sure is. Listen, I was thinking, let's have him over for dinner tonight.

Dru: Tonight? That doesn't give me any notice. I mean, come on.

Neil: I know, I know, but he's family, Dru. Whatever you make will be fine. It doesn't have to be anything special. So, um, can I tell him it's a go before I get outta here? I know Lily will be ecstatic.

Dru: Yeah, okay. Okay, dinner it is. Malcolm and the family.

Neil: That's great. Um, so I'll tell him to be there around 6:00, right? I'll see you in a bit. I love you, baby. Bye.

Dru: Okay, love you back.

Phyllis: Well, looks like you're gonna have to deal with uncle Malcolm whether you like it or not.

Dru: Yeah... or not.


Neil: Malcolm. I just cleared it with Dru. Dinner will be at 6:00. I hope to see you then, all right?


Paul: This was always my concern, Nikki. I... you know, finding Charlie Cassen wouldn't necessarily make things better for you.

Nikki: Well, it's too late for that. I already found him, and I know what it's done to his life.

Paul: All right, let's just suppose that you tell Bobby what happened to his brother. What good would that do?

Nikki: I have been up all night asking myself that same question. I don't know. I don't know if it will make it better or make it worse. If it were you, wouldn't you wanna know everything about the day that changed your life forever? But I don't know. I-I don't know what to do.

Paul: Nikki, listen to me. If you are that uncertain, the best thing to do is nothing.

Nikki: Really? I just go on with life, knowing what I know and never tell Bobby the truth? How do I live with that?

Paul: Nikki, I didn't say never. But right now I'm hearing a woman who is almost afraid to tell Bobby the truth.

Nikki: I am.

Paul: And you're not sure if you can live with not telling him. And I know ultimately this decision is going to be yours. But let me tell you something. Bobby has lived with this his entire life. So there's no rush. You can tell him a week, a month, a year from now. The biggest mistake you could make right now is rush into something that may make matters worse for both of you.

Nikki: Typically, Victor is nowhere in sight. Where is he when I need him the most?


J.T.: Look, whatever feelings I had for Brittany don't matter anymore. She's married now. Nothing's ever gonna happen between us.

Mac: So you're just gonna torture yourself by sleeping in the room next to her and her husband? Why would you put yourself through that?

J.T.: Because I care about her.

Mac: She has other options.

J.T.: Like what? Her parents? You think Fred and Anita want their new son-in-law crashing with 'em? Yeah, that'll be the day. Look, just give it some thought. If you don't wanna do it, we'll tell Brittany no, but I think it'd be a nice thing for us to do.

Mac: Fine. I'll think about it. (Knock on door)

J.T.: I'll get it.

J.T.: Hey, Britt.

Brittany: Hey. Can we come in?

J.T.: Yeah, sure, come on in.

Brittany: Hi, Mac.

Mac: Hey.


Paul: Nikki, look, I know this has been hard on you, but you are strong. You will get through this.

Nikki: I know. And I'm gonna take your very good advice and do nothing, for now anyway. But I owe Bobby. I owe that poor man so much.


(Door opens)

Jill: There you are. Mother? Where were you?

Kay: I needed some air, and I had to think.

Jill: Without your coat on? It's so cold out there.

Kay: That's all right. I was numb before I ever went outside.

Jill: Can we sit down and talk, please?

Kay: No. The time for talk is over. Now if there's anything you have to say to me, don't bother. Now get out of my sight. I'd like to talk to Jack in private.

Jack: Okay, what is it, Katherine? Is there some way I can help?

Kay: Maybe there is. Maybe there is. I have a proposition for you, Jack.


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

Victor: Haven't I told you often enough?

Nikki: Don't start. Don't you dare tell me where I can spend my time?

Jack: Come to drop off a wedding gift, I get the offer of a lifetime.

Daniel: Do you have a death wish or what?

Kevin: It's called a conscience, Daniel. Do you even have one?

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