Friday Y&R Transcript 12/10/04

Y&R Transcript Friday 12/10/04--Canada; Monday 12/13/04--U.S.A.



By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Trevor: What's up, J.T.? What can I get you?

J.T.: Hey, Trevor. Um, just a coffee, man.

Trevor: All right.

J.T.: Thanks.


Neil: Malcolm, all the people you love are right here in Genoa City. What are you looking for that you can't find here? Lily wants you to stay. I want you to stay.

Malcolm: Neil, stop. Look, you don't understand. I can't stay. You have no idea what I'm giving up for you.

Neil: What is that?

Malcolm: Forget it. Look, I've got to get back to work.

Neil: No, wait a minute. Hold on a minute. I want to know what you meant. You're the one who's choosing to leave town. I'm trying to get you to stay.

Malcolm: Neil, things aren't all that great between us, so why don't you just let me go? Look, even if I wanted to stick around, things would probably get worse, and I don't want that.

Neil: Hey, you listen to me, all right? This is our second chance here. It's a chance to make things better. If you leave now, who knows when we'll see each other again? Come on, man, I just got you back. I don't want to lose you again.

Malcolm: It won't work, Neil.

Neil: We'll make it work. Come on, I have a lot of free time on my hands. I just quit my job. We can hang out whenever you want. You just say the word.

Malcolm: Neil, its wishful thinking.

Neil: No, it isnít.

Malcolm: Look, would you just leave it alone? I've made up my mind. I'm not staying.

Neil: Is this about Dru? Is my wife the reason you're in such a hurry to leave town? 'Cause I gotta tell you, man. Ever since you got back into town, I've had this feeling that there's something going on between the two of you. Am I right?


Dru: He quit, Victor. He just quit.

Victor: What does that have to do with me?

Dru: Well, everything. I mean, Neilís an exemplary employee, and he quit because of your son.

Victor: In other words, you're saying that Nicholas forced Neil out.

Dru: No, I'm not saying that Nick fired Neil. What I'm saying is nick made the environment difficult for Neil to operate in.

Victor: Difficult how?

Dru: Well, for one, he scrapped a lot of Neilís most important projects, one of which he put a lot of time and effort into.

Victor: And what project was that?

Dru: The beauty pageant. We all collaborated heavily on that with your money, our time, our effort, and I'm telling you we would have had a hit on our hands. But now we'll never know because of what Nick did.

Victor: Nicholas then obviously disagreed with the idea.

Dru: No, I know, and Neil tried to explain to him what a huge mistake he was making, but your son wouldn't listen.

Victor: Uh-huh, because he didn't agree.

Dru: Right, well, Victor, I know that you made a special provision for Neil, a promise even, to allow him to wrap up his projects, but I fail to understand how Nick is allowed to wield that machete and just hack down good work. Shouldn't he be getting his feet wet first? I don't want to start a fire, but I'm really worried that our C.E.O. of Newman Enterprises is allowed to do this. What's gonna happen to our company?

Victor: And you don't think your husband can speak for himself, do you?


J.T.: Hey, Mac, it's me. Listen, I'm at the coffeehouse. Why don't you call me or stop by or something, all right? We need to talk.

J.T.: Fourth row back, third seat from the left.

Girl: Excuse me?

J.T.: We had class together last year. Intro to biology, Professor Reinholt. You sat fourth row back, third seat from the left.

Girl: Oh, that's right. I remember you. T.J., Yeah?

J.T.: Actually, it's J.T. I sat right behind you.

Girl: Sure, you asked me out, yeah?

J.T.: No, I don't think I did.

Girl: No? It's too bad. I would've said yes.


Kevin: Hey, guys.

Lauren: Hi.

Michael: Hello, Kevin.

Kevin: Sorry to interrupt your foreplay. I forgot my cell phone. Don't sweat it, and go back to doing whatever it is you were doing.

Lauren: Is it my imagination, or was he okay?

Michael: Oh, he's better, so much so that I'm starting to think that it's time for him to move on, you know, get his own place again for the sake of my love life.

Lauren: Yeah, but, honey... and believe me, I really want him to stand on his own two feet, too, but don't you think you're kind of pushing it a little fast?

Michael: He's come a long way.

Lauren: And that's true, but he needs you. You're his rock. Hmm, as tempting as it is to be actually...

Michael: Uh-huh?

Lauren: To have the room to... mmm.

Michael: Have I told you how glad I am to be involved with the only woman in Genoa City that was willing to give my brother a break? Have I?

Lauren: You're such a good man.

Michael: I am a good man.

Lauren: You are.

Michael: I'm a very good man.


Paul: So what's the matter? Isn't that the fax we've been waiting for?

Chris: Yeah, it's the transcript from Warden Paulson all right, but it is not at all what we were hoping for.

Paul: What do you mean? Didn't Phyllis warn Hughes not to come to Genoa Ccity like she said?

Chris: Yeah, yeah, yeah, but as usual, she didn't stop there.

Paul: Oh, what else did she say?

Chris: "Hughes: You're worried about me getting hurt? Phyllis: Or worse. Hughes: Why? Phyllis: Damon Porter is my boyfriend. Hughes: Yeah, I figured it had to be something like that. Phyllis:...

Phyllis: He hasn't been able to stop thinking about this incident for years. This has eaten away at him for all these years.

Dominic: And you think he wants revenge.

Phyllis: Revenge? That's easy. He's out for blood. He's out for your blood. And if you cross his path, there's gonna be major carnage, and you're not gonna walk away this time.

Chris: This is not good.

Paul: Well, it does prove Phyllis wasn't part of a conspiracy. It clearly shows that Phyllis did not lure Dominic to Genoa City so Damon could kill him.

Chris: Absolutely, and if I were representing Phyllis, I would be overjoyed. But as Damonís attorney, I...

Paul: Oh, I get it. Phyllis has now become a very good witness to prove that Damon had desire to kill Dominic Hughes.

Chris: He now has intent, at least, even if he never had the chance. Okay, so now I am holding a document that could save Phyllis, but I am motivated to burn it and pretend like I've never seen it.

Paul: Wow, this is a new one, isn't it?

Chris: Tell me about it. I'm damned if I don't show it to Michael, but Damon Porter may very well be damned if I do.


Dru: Victor, I hope you know I didn't come here to cast aspersions on your son. God knows that wasn't my intention. It was just that I was hoping that you could harness the situation.

Victor: I just wonder why your husband hasn't said a word to me about that.

Dru: Well, you know about a man and his pride. He'd never approach you about this.

Victor: But you would.

Dru: Victor, what if I were to tell you I was here on my own behalf? I love my job, everything about it. I've worked so hard on the pageant, and I was on the cusp of making it a reality. Of course, we'll never know because of Nick.

Victor: What do you want me to do?

Dru: Would you talk to your son, please? I never believed that you were okay with what was happening.

Victor: No, I'm not. I'm very upset that Neil is no longer with the company. I agree with you.

Dru: Of course, because-- well, Neil knows the ins and outs of Newman Enterprises. He's the most loyal employee you'll ever have, victor.

Victor: I know that. I know that better than anyone, Drucilla.

Dru: So you'll talk to your son? You're the only one he'll listen to.

Victor: I will think about this, all right?

Dru: Thank you, Victor. Thank you so much. I know how busy you are. I really appreciate it. Oh, God. The house is so pretty, all the Christmas decorations.

Victor: Thank you. Not far off, is it?

Dru: No. Bye-bye.

Victor: Bye-bye. Bye, Drucilla.


Kevin: Hey. What's wrong? You okay?

Lily: Yes.

Kevin: You're crying.

Lily: Look, it's nothing, okay? Just go have your coffee. I'm fine. Just go, okay?

Kevin: What, am I still the leper? I thought we got past that.

Lily: Look, why aren't you listening to me? I don't want to talk to you.

Kevin: I hate seeing you so sad.

Lily: Oh, really? Is that right?

Kevin: Lily, not a day goes by that I don't feel guilty about the things that I did. Some of those things hurt you, so when I see you upset like this, I can't help but feel a little responsible.

Lily: Well, you're not. At least not this time.

Kevin: So then talk to me. Tell me what's wrong.


Malcolm: Neil, why don't you just go talk to your wife?

Neil: I have. She told me I'm crazy. Listen, I know that once upon a time, you and Drucilla had something going on. If you're worried it'll be too uncomfortable for me to have you around, then don't be. Look, man, I am totally secure with my marriage.

Malcolm: As you should be. Drucilla's crazy about you.

Neil: Then what's the deal? Why are you being so selfish?

Malcolm: Selfish?

Neil: Yeah, what else do you want to call it? I mean, first you put Nate through hell, thinking you were dead, then you breeze back into town, charm your niece into adoring you, then you take off again? Don't you realize you're gonna hurt that little girl? Don't you care about her?

Malcolm: Neil, I care. I care more than you know.

Neil: Then why are you doing this? There has to be more to this story, Malcolm. Come on, what's up?

Malcolm: What's up is that I'm leaving. Now you, you take good care of that daughter of yours, you hear me? Because she's special. Now I told her I was gonna stay in touch with her, and that's exactly what I'm gonna do. (Cell phone rings)

Neil: Hold that thought. (Ring)

Neil: Neil Winters.

Victor: Uh, Neil, this is Victor.

Neil: Yes, Victor, hi.

Victor: Would you mind coming out to the ranch?

Neil: Sure. Is everything okay?

Victor: We will talk about it when you get here, all right?

Neil: Um, I'll be there as soon as I can.

Victor: The sooner, the better.

Neil: Certainly.

Malcolm: Big man says jump, you better bounce up outta here.

Neil: Hey, we're not through discussing this. Do you hear me? Don't you dare leave town without talking to me.


J.T.: So I'm still deciding a major.

Girl: You mean that biology class didn't make you wanna go premed?

J.T.: Hell no. I really have no idea what I'm gonna do with the rest of my life.

Girl: Mm-hmm.

J.T.: Well, I'm working part-time for this private detective. That's pretty fun.

Girl: It sounds dangerous.

J.T.: Nah, not so far.

Girl: Well, I'm sure your girlfriend's thankful for that then, right?

J.T.: Actually, I don't have a girlfriend.

Girl: I thought I remember you mentioning someone in class. Um, Colleen?

J.T.: Oh, uh, yeah. Well, you know, we're not together anymore.

Girl: Sorry.

J.T.: No, it's all right. It didn't work out. But I kinda like being unattached.

Girl: Oh, really?

J.T.: Yeah. It keeps me outta trouble when I talk to pretty girls like you.


Lily: Kevin, why are you doing this to me?

Kevin: Because I care. Because I can see that you're hurting.

Lily: Look, I said it isn't about you.

Kevin: You can talk to me.

Lily: My Uncle Malcolm just said good-bye to me.

Kevin: The guy that I met?

Lily: He's leaving town. I don't know why because he just got here. I mean, he said he might not stay, but...

Kevin: You thought he didn't mean it or that he would change his mind?

Lily: It's like, I know I shouldn't be so upset. You know, it's silly 'cause I don't even know him that well. But I don't know, I can't explain it. I feel so connected to him.

Kevin: I get that. That's kinda how it was with Mikey and me, even though I hadn't seen him in, like, ten years.

Lily: Yeah. I don't know, it was like... "Wow, he's so fun, and interesting. And it's gonna be really great to have him around," and I thought that he felt the same way, you know, having this niece that wasn't a little kid anymore, that he could talk to like a real person. I thought it might be kinda cool... like he had a real family.

Lily: I don't know, it's like he acts so tough, and I know it's 'cause of all the stuff that he's been through in Africa. But I could just tell that deep down, he's a really, really good person. And with everyone else, he may act all defensive, but with me, you know, we just--we kid around and we have fun and... so, uh...

Kevin: It's okay.

Lily: Don't do that. Don't touch me. Don't ever touch me. I don't even know why I'm sitting here talking to you. I don't know...

Kevin: Because, because you know I would never hurt you again.

Lily: Do I know that, Kevin? Do I really know that? Look, I have to go. I'm gonna be late for class.


Malcolm: Hey, what'd you say to make her run out like that?

Kevin: Uh, n-nothing, nothing. I-I was just listening to her.

Malcolm: Look, if you do anything to hurt that girl...

Kevin: Lily was upset because--because you're leaving.

Malcolm: She told you that?

Kevin: Yes.

Malcolm: All right, you listen up. I don't know you, but I'm hearing rumors that I don't like. Now I might be leavin', but you best believe I got eyes in the back of my head. So if you even think about causing that girl even a little bit of trouble, you're gonna wish you hadnít. You understand?

Kevin: Look, I'll tell you the same thing I just told Lily. I would never hurt her.

Malcolm: Good. Keep it that way and we won't have a problem.


Lauren: You know, you were really uptight from work when I got here. What happened?

Michael: Oh. What happened? Well... (Clears throat) my partnership with Christine is taking on a whole new dimension.

Lauren: In what way?

Michael: Oh, we find ourselves suddenly entering unique new territory, as law partners anyway. We may find ourselves on opposite sides of the same case.

Lauren: How on earth did that happen?

Michael: (Chuckles) Phyllis.

Lauren: Phyllis?

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Lauren: I'm confused.

Michael: I'm a lawyer and it confuses me. Let's see, Christine and Phyllis were not working well together, so I took Phyllis on as my client while Damon Porter remained with Christine. You throw a conspiracy charge into the mix and, well, you see where I'm going with this?

Lauren: Yes, I do.

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Lauren: It's very messy.

Michael: Yeah. I actually thought I was doing Christine a favor by taking Phyllis off her hands, but little did I know that I might end up actually working against my own law partner.

Lauren: Aha. So let the battle of the wits begin.

Michael: Yes, well, I hope it doesn't come to that, though it has been known to happen when coconspirators are on trial.

Lauren: Do you really think there was a conspiracy?

Michael: Ah, absolutely not. Unfortunately, it is my job to convince a jury that there wasn't, and that would be the hard part. But if we all keep a cool head, no one panics, we should all be able to work together.

Lauren: Oh, right. You're talking about Phyllis here. That's a mighty big "if" there. I-I can't even imagine what a handful as a client she must be.

Michael: You have no idea.

Lauren: (Chuckles)


Chris: This is the most incriminating statement.

Paul: "Phyllis: He won't be satisfied until you're dead." Yeah, I'd say that's pretty categorical.

Chris: "And when you said this, Ms. Summers, were you serious?" "No, I was just kidding, your honor, honest. I was just trying to scare the man."

Paul: "Then you're saying it's just a coincidence that the defendant shows up at Mr. Hughes' door with a sword and subsequently does cause grievous bodily harm?"

Chris: You shoulda been a prosecutor.

Paul: Yeah.

Chris: Do you see the jam I'm in?

Paul: So Phyllis is free and clear. She's off the hook. Why would she testify?

Chris: She might not have a choice. The D.A. Will go to the judge to sever her case from Damonís, drop all the charges against her, and then they'll have to put her up on the stand and force her to testify about statements her boyfriend made.

Paul: Like did he ever say "I will kill Dominic Hughes if he ever comes to Genoa City"?

Chris: I could object on relevancy, but there is no guarantee a judge will sustain me. Paul, I have to say it. I mean, it was a brilliant idea, but more and more, I am wishing you had never come up with it.


Victor: May I offer you a cup of coffee, Neil?

Neil: Oh, no, thanks. I just got my fix at the coffeehouse.

Victor: In that case, please make yourself comfortable.

Neil: Thank you. Um, you made it sound pretty urgent when you phoned.

Victor: I heard some rather disturbing news, Neil. I want you to confirm it. Is it true that you have decided to leave Newman Enterprises?

Neil: Yes, Victor. I, uh... I quit. Sometimes in life you have to take a stand for what you believe in, and promises were made that were not kept.

Victor: You mean promises to keep alive certain projects of yours.

Neil: Exactly. See, it's not the fact that they were killed, it's the way it was handled.

Victor: And how was it handled?

Neil: All I'm saying is I can work for you. I can't work for Nicholas. It's really a question of style.

Victor: Would you elaborate about that?

Neil: Nick and I, we don't see eye to eye on a lot of things. I'm really not here to whine to you, Victor. I'm--I'm off the payroll now.


Olivia: Malcolm.

Malcolm: Hey.

Olivia: So you're still here.

Malcolm: Yeah, for the moment anyway. I couldn't just run out on the coffee shop. I had to do my last shift.

Olivia: Plan on standing in the doorway forever?

Olivia: Did you decide on whether you're gonna take me up on my offer of a place to stay?

Malcolm: Did you think any more about your decision to keep Nate from knowing about me?

Olivia: That's not fair, answering a question with a question.

Malcolm: Liv, what's so fair about lettin' the boy go on thinkin' I'm dead?

Olivia: I'm not gonna let him think that forever, and by the way, it was you who deceived--

Malcolm: Yeah, I know, I know, you think I messed up. Olivia, I'm standing here because I wanna do right by him. That's why I came back.

Olivia: Well, if you want to do right by him, you'll wait. The question is, are you gonna wait here with me?


J.T.: So you want to go out this week?

Girl: Yeah.

J.T.: Yeah, can you squeeze me in between classes?

Girl: Yeah, give me a call.

J.T.: Oh, you bet. I'm gonna call you. You'd better pick up your phone.

Girl: I will. Bye.

J.T.: All right.

J.T.: What do you want?

Kevin: Real babe.

J.T.: What's it to you?

Kevin: Nothing, nothing. I was just admiring.

J.T.: Look, Fisher, you know, why don't you find somebody else who actually cares about what you're saying?

Kevin: Come on, man. Do we have to do this? I know I'm getting tired of it. Aren't you?

J.T.: Just have a seat.

Kevin: Look, I know we're never gonna be best friends, but--

J.T.: Best friends? What planet are you living on, Fisher? We're never gonna be friends at all.

Kevin: Fine, fine. But still, can we give it a rest? This constant insulting each other all the time, it's really old. Can we for once just talk?

J.T.: What the hell do you want to talk about?

Kevin: That girl you were just talking to, one of many?

J.T.: Fisher, read my lips, all right? Go away. Or better yet, you know, I think I will.

Kevin: Hey, did you ever... did you ever find Mac?

J.T.: Yeah, she's staying at her Grandmotherís.

Kevin: So did it help?

J.T.: Did what help?

Kevin: The important information that you had for her. Did it make her happy like you thought it would?

J.T.: No, no, not really.

Kevin: That's too bad. I mean, it sounded like she was upset.

J.T.: Are you interested in Mackenzie? Is that what this is all about?


Malcolm: Liv, to stay here with you, look, it's tempting. It is.

Olivia: Well, I'm not trying to pressure you. I just want to be your support. I mean, after everything you've suffered, all the time you've spent away from the family, it doesn't make any sense for you to run off like this. I'm offering you a place to stay, a safe haven if you wish.

Malcolm: Well, lord knows we all want a place to feel safe.

Olivia: This apartment used to be your home.

Malcolm: Yeah, it did. You know, you and Nate, you two were the closest thing to family I ever knew.

Olivia: Well, you can stay here, take all the time you need to figure out what you really want.

Malcolm: Wow, you know, things really aren't going the way I pictured they would.

Olivia: Yeah, well, you're not the same guy who left Genoa city three years ago.

Malcolm: What about you, hmm? Are you the same sweet Olivia I remember? Or did you change, too?

Olivia: Want to stay and find out?

Malcolm: I think you just answered my question with a question. Oh, lovely, lovely Olivia. (Doorbell rings)

Dru: Liv! Liv, open the door, please.

Malcolm: No, no, no, no, no.

Dru: Liv, you in there?

Malcolm: Donít.

Dru: Liv?

Olivia: Can't this wait till later?

Dru: No, it cannot. You will never believe what Neilís gone and done. Open the door!

Malcolm: Go, go, go. (Knock on door)

Olivia: I'm coming!

Dru: Jeez! Golly, what took you so long? You will never believe what Neilís gone and do-- Malcolm, what are you doing here?

Malcolm: Hello, Dru.

Dru: Okay, okay, now I see what took you so long to come to the door.


Paul: So you actually think that Phyllis will be forced to testify against Damon.

Chris: If I were a prosecutor and I knew that she had made statements about his desire to make sushi out of Dominic Hughes, you'd better believe I'd make it happen. I have to assume that Glenn Richards would do the same thing.

Paul: Oh. Can't you just say nothing? I mean, it was a private conversation. No one else heard it. Oh, asking Phyllis to keep her mouth shut. That's not gonna happen.

Chris: Yeah, thank you. We're talking about the original loose cannon. There's no way to predict what she'll say up on that witness stand, no matter how much she wants to protect Damon.

Paul: So what are you gonna do? Are you required to tell Michael?

Chris: Not legally.

Paul: If he were just any lawyer...

Chris: I wouldn't even consider it.

Paul: But he's not just any lawyer.

Chris: He is a friend. He is my partner, but if I show this to him, he is ethically bound to take it to the prosecutor. He has to act in his client's best interest.

Paul: So you don't show it to Michael.

Chris: Can you imagine how furious he would be if he knew I had it and didn't?

Paul: Chris, you have a client to protect. You can't worry about what makes Michael angry.


Lauren: I'm sorry. Phyllis masquerading as a man?

Michael: Oh, yeah, it's a gas, as long as you're not her lawyer.

Lauren: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I won't laugh anymore. I should be more sensitive. Okay, is my humor unattractive?

Michael: Au contraire. There is not a thing about you that I don't find very, very attractive.

Lauren: That was such a nice thing to say.

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Lauren: Mmm. So which one of us is gonna look at the clock first do you think?

Michael: No, no, no, no, no, you don't think we could steal a little more time?

Lauren: No, no, let's look. Let's look. (Gasps) do you?

Michael: Oh, man. It breaks my heart.

Lauren: I know, I know. I've got so much work to do, but can we reconvene?

Michael: All right. Will you take a rain check?

Lauren: Yes.

Michael: Later tonight?

Lauren: Ooh, later tonight?

Michael: Yeah.

Lauren: Definitely. Okay. See you later, okay?

Michael: Aw!

Lauren: I'll be back, I promise.

Michael: Wait.

Lauren: Are you stuck?

Michael: Yeah.

Lauren: (Laughs) bye.

Michael: Bye.


J.T.: You gonna sit there and tell me you got something for Mackenzie?

Kevin: If I did, would you have a problem with it?

J.T.: Yeah. Yeah, I would have a big problem with it. Look, Fisher, I don't know where your head is now, but you've been screwed up for so long, I don't want you anywhere near a girl I care about.

Kevin: Well, it's not really your choice now, is it? It's Macís.

J.T.: Okay, look, before you even think about spending a minute with Mackenzie, you'd better fix whatever's wrong with your head, man.

Kevin: Maybe she'd like to help me with that.

J.T.: Help you?

Kevin: Yeah. Mac's been really sweet to me. She talks to me. She's helped me a lot already.

J.T.: Okay, no, no, no. You need so much more help than Mackenzie can ever provide for you.

Kevin: Maybe, but still--

J.T.: Fisher, I'm gonna make this really simple for you, so you just listen to me really quick. Stay away from her. The last thing Mac needs, the very last thing she needs, is some guy hoping she can make him well.


Victor: Neil, I'm sure you have taken into consideration that my son is feeling his way into running one of the biggest and most complex companies in this country.

Neil: If anyone understands that, Victor, it's me. I know what it's like to try to fill your shoes.

Victor: I know you do. Any way we can arrive at a middle ground?

Neil: Life's too short for a guy like me with my education, my experience, my skills to deal with someone who dis-- hey, listen, I'm not gonna badmouth Nick or give you the impression that I haven't said this to his face. You know, I'm not mad at Nicholas. I'm not mad at you, for that matter. In all actuality, I'm not that unhappy being unemployed for awhile.

Victor: Now you know I don't believe that for a minute.

Neil: All right, look, um, you want the truth? Nicholas is totally out of control. He's not listening to or taking advice from the many people that helped make your company what it is today. There's a lot of talent in that building.

Victor: Yeah, I recruited most of them.

Neil: You see, Nick is too busy exercising his authority over everyone. He's carrying on the tradition of toughness at the top. The trouble is, he thinks he's you, and he's not. He doesn't have your experience or your savvy. Hey, Victor, I strongly suggest that you rein him in. I'm sorry. I didn't mean for you to find out this way.

Victor: It's all right, Neil. I respect you, and I appreciate your honesty, although it hurts as hell. Thanks for coming by.

Neil: Thank you, Victor.


Dru: So I see I broke up your play date here.

Olivia: Malcolm, please, I apologize for my sister's rude interruption.

Dru: You don't have to apologize for me.

Malcolm: Drucilla, your timing wasn't very good.

Dru: My timing is impeccable, and what are you still doing here? You told me I'd have nothing to worry about.

Malcolm: I don't want you to worry either.

Dru: But you're still here.

Olivia: Because I invited him here.

Malcolm: Drucilla, I just wanted to talk to Liv.

Dru: So talk.

Malcolm: Privately. This ain't got nothing to do with you.

Dru: I'm not going anywhere, so say your good-byes.

Olivia: Why are you acting this way?

Dru: Why are you acting this way? He's supposed to be gone!

Olivia: This is my home! I invited him here!

Malcolm: Ladies, ladies! See, this is exactly what I didn't want was to come between the two of you. Look, I can't take this. I gotta go.

Olivia: No, Malcolm--

Malcolm: No, no, no, no. Olivia, it's obviously better for everyone if I go. Besides, I might not have been able to tear myself off of you.

Malcolm: I'm gonna miss you, Liv.

Malcolm: See you when I see you, Dru.

Dru: Mmm.

Olivia: Wh-- oh!


Chris: I know you don't think it matters, but my relationship with Michael is very important to me.

Paul: No, Chris, I understand that. You know, friends and business are a tough mix.

Chris: I wonder what he would do if the shoe were on the other foot.

Paul: Chris, you have to do what's best for you, what's best for you and your client. That is what Michael would do.

Michael: Oh, I'm sorry. What would I do? Putting words in my mouth again, Williams?


Olivia: What gives you the right to come into my home and tell me how to run my life?

Dru: If you think I'm gonna sit around and let that man ruin my family, you are absolutely out of your mind.

Olivia: He's not going to do that. It's all in your head.

Dru: It's not all in my head. See, he recognized the wisdom when I asked him to leave Genoa City. See, he agreed.

Olivia: No, he's leaving Genoa City because he understands, because he's a decent human being, and he knows that he's causing you pain by being here.

Dru: No, he recognized the truth here, okay, something my sister just can't seem to do. I gotta wonder why. He ain't gonna commit to you, Olivia. You must think you're gonna get a little mmm-mmm.

Olivia: Wait, wait, no. Malcolm and I have always shared something special. Don't you make that cheap!

Dru: That is ancient history, and you know it. This is bigger than me. This is about my family. And if Malcolm stays in this town, we're gonna have trouble.

Olivia: Because of Lily?

Dru: No, because Lily wants a stronger relationship with her uncle, and I cannot have that, Liv. It makes me nervous, and Neilís beginning to wonder why, too.

Olivia: Well, I hope you're happy with your peace of mind, because you're the only member of this family that's glad to see Malcolm go! And don't you care? Don't you care that your husband is finally happy that his brother is in his life again?

Dru: I'm just saying it's better to have a little disappointment now rather than a bigger calamity later.

Olivia: Yeah, keep saying that. Maybe you'll believe it. But we know what this is about-- you, as usual, and your needs coming ahead of everybody else.

Dru: That is not true. You know I care about you, Liv.

Olivia: You don't give a damn about me! Just go. Just get out of here! Get out!

Olivia: Oh!


Victor: Connie said you might be here.

Nick: Yeah, I wanted to be here when the kids got home from school, since Sharonís being at work is so new. Luckily, I was able to get away.

Victor: How are things going at Newman Enterprises?

Nick: Great. No problems.

Victor: I understand that Neil Winters quit.

Nick: Yes, he did. It was his decision.

Victor: Really? Hmm. Do you mind if we discuss that?

Nick: Why not? So what happened? Did he come talk to you? I knew this was coming. Look, I need to know something. Am I running this company or not? That's what we need to discuss.


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

Jack: We may be divorced, but I'll always love you.

Victor: Obviously, you have no desire to consult with me.

Nick: This company is either mine to run or it's not.

Nikki: You give me no choice but to give you your wedding present right here, right now.

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