Tuesday Y&R Transcript 12/28/04

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 12/28/04--Canada; Wednesday 12/29/04--USA



By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Bobby: Victor, if there's something that I ought to know, maybe you should tell me, 'cause I don't think Nikkiís going to.

Victor: Perhaps it's best if I tell you because that will create a buffer between you and my wife.

Bobby: A buffer? Why?

Victor: Your instincts about my wife are correct-- her desire to be generous and to be open-hearted are directly connected to you.

Bobby: Look, if your wife has some out-there delusion about her and me--

Victor: It has nothing to do with that. It has to do with your past and hers.

Bobby: What past? We have no past, unless you're talking about the Bayou Club.

Victor: I'm talking about your brother Joshua.

Bobby: She told you about that.

Victor: Mm-hmm. She also told me that you changed your name.

Bobby: A lifetime ago. What's this got to do with anything?

Victor: She has been looking for Charles Cassen.

Bobby: Nikki has? Why?

Victor: She's directly involved in the disappearance of your brother.


J.T.: Let's wait by the fire, and just maybe some of your other guests will arrive.

Colleen: Oh, my God.

J.T.: But you gotta be nice to 'em.

Colleen: Will you stop?

J.T.: This is unbelievable. These people, they come all the way for your birthday party, and that's how you treat them?

Gina: Hey, I thought I saw a familiar face.

Colleen: Aunt Gina, hi.

Gina: Hi yourself, kiddo. How are you doing?

Colleen: I'm great. How are you?

Gina: Well, I made it through another year, so I guess that's something to be proud of.

Colleen: Of course.

Gina: You look beautiful. So I guess New York agrees with you.

Colleen: Yes, and you look terrific, too.

Gina: Your family must be so happy to have you home. So how long are you back?

Colleen: Oh, I don't know. You know, I might have to stick around and keep an eye on this guy.

Gina: By the way, young man, did I see you harassing some of my clientele earlier?

Colleen: You did. I apologize. He was trying to throw me off.

J.T.: Colleen has this crazy idea that I'm planning a surprise birthday party.

Gina: For you? When's your birthday?

Colleen: Today, but you already knew that, didn't you?

Gina: Well, no. I--

Colleen: No, come on, I know you're in on J.T.'s little scheme. You know what? You're probably even helping him plan the party. Tell me the truth.

J.T.: You see what I'm dealing with, Gina? She's obsessed.

Colleen: I'm not obsessed, I'm just right.

J.T.: Oh, you're obsessed.

Gina: Well, maybe a little.

J.T.: New York has made her obsessed.

Kevin: I'll carry your bag and your jacket, too.

Mac: Here. I'll get some water.

Kevin: Okay.

Colleen: Mac, hi.

Mac: Hey, Colleen. Welcome back.

Colleen: Thank you.

Mac: Uh, J.T., can I talk to you for a second?

J.T.: Yeah, sure.

Mac: Oh, in private.

Colleen: Oh. I'll let you two talk. I was gonna go get a drink. You know, just talk about whatever.

Gina: Why don't I get you a soda? You can tell me about New York.

Colleen: Uh-huh.


Lauren: So Victor was behind all this, huh?

Michael: Mm-hmm, and Christine. It was her idea. I think she was upset she couldn't pry me away from my desk on Christmas Eve.

Lauren: Yes, well, I was quite upset with you, too, if you recall.

Michael: Yeah, damn me and my scrooge-like-- well, my former scrooge-like tendencies. Have I told you how sorry I am I spoke to you that way?

Lauren: Yes, and thank you very much. Don't worry, I'm devising the appropriate penance. I'm just trying to think, think of you with little Noah, helping him with his Christmas stocking and reading aloud to all those people.

Michael: Yep, yep, yep. Apparently not a dry eye in the house.

Lauren: I'm sorry I missed it.

Michael: Hey, you needed to be with your aunt. I understand. I'm glad she's on the mend.

Lauren: You know, she's getting up in years, and I'm really the only family that she has.

Michael: Yeah, still, it's kind of like Kevin and me.

Lauren: Yeah, I bet you it made him feel good, people reaching out to him on Christmas.

Michael: Oh, it was great. It was exactly what he needed.

Lauren: Yeah, especially after having a lifetime of isolation.


Malcolm: You know, Trevor, I say let's just keep it simple. Let the scones be the same as the New Yearís Eve cake.

Trevor: Yeah, sounds good.

Malcolm: All right, cool. Well, welcome to Crimson Lights.

Woman: I come here all the time.

Malcolm: In that case, welcome back, old-timer. I'm a new kid on the block-- Malcolm.

Woman: Hi, I'm Sara.

Malcolm: Sara, nice to meet you with your pretty eyes. You know what? My friend Trevor here-- thank me later, my friend-- he'll give you anything your heart desires as long as it's on the menu.

Sara: Thanks, Malcolm.

Malcolm: Don't hurt yourself.

Trevor: Not likely. What can I do for you?

Olivia: Well, look who's smiling.

Malcolm: Yeah, well, goes with the job.

Olivia: So you're gonna hang in here.

Malcolm: Yeah, why not? Nicholas and Sharon talked me into managing the day shift.

Olivia: I know, and that's great, but, Malcolm--

Malcolm: Okay, Liv, don't, don't, donít.

Olivia: Well, please, just explain to me why a man of your talents would be working here at the coffeehouse, even if you are the day manager?


Mac: Listen, um, I need to talk to you about Colleen's birthday party.

J.T.: Oh, right, yeah, about that-- I talked to Colleen's Dad. He's totally on board. He'll let us have the party at his house.

Mac: That's great. The thing is--

J.T.: You're coming, right? You gotta be there, Mac. Come on.

Mac: Why?

J.T.: 'Cause you're my friend and you're Colleen's friend, plus you don't wanna sit at home by yourself.

Mac: Who said I was gonna sit at home?

J.T.: Well, whatever. It's gonna be fun. If you don't wanna come, then--

Mac: No, no, it's not that. I'll be there. I just don't think I can help you with the party, okay?

J.T.: Why not?

Mac: I'm not comfortable.

J.T.: You're not comfortable? I don't understand what you're talking about.

Mac: I'm just not, okay?

J.T.: All right, fine, whatever. I'll handle it myself.

Mac: Okay, great. Thanks.


Kevin: Hey, they're out of water down at the gym. Can I grab two? Thanks. Clubs?


Michael: Not to get into a huge discussion about Kevin, but--

Lauren: Oh, I know you still worry about him.

Michael: I want him to be happy.

Lauren: Well, of course you do. You both have such good hearts.

Michael: I just wish I knew what the key to that happiness was.

Lauren: Hmm. Maybe a young lady?

Michael: Oh, boy, boy, boy, boy, boy, boy.

Lauren: No, no, no. I'm talking about a healthy relationship. You know, with someone his own age and sincerely interested in him.

Michael: That could give him a shot of self-esteem.

Lauren: Which he needs so badly. I mean, give him a chance to prove himself.

Michael: And a little independence wouldn't hurt, either.

Lauren: A job could handle that.

Michael: Yeah, a job, salary, place of his own. I mean, I really think Kevin wants to stand on his own two feet again. He can branch out, meet new people, take pride in his life. He's so--he's resourceful, he's smart, he's motivated. He just--he just needs it all channeled into something productive.

Lauren: Right, so let's put our heads together.

Michael: That sounds like fun.

Lauren: Doesn't it? But let's find ways to encourage him so he doesn't just dwell on the past, you know, where all that damaged part of him lies, those painful memories.

Michael: Hmm. I'm afraid that's easier said than done.


Kevin: Hey, Colleen. I heard you were back. How are you?

Colleen: Get away from me.

Kevin: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to upset you.

Colleen: Did you hear what I said? I don't wanna talk to you.

Kevin: So I guess nothing's changed.

Colleen: What could have changed? You think I'd forget what you did?

Mac: I should go. I have to meet someone.

J.T.: All right. I guess I'll see you back at--

Mac: The loft? Yeah.

J.T.: What the hell?

Colleen: I am not having this conversation with you. When I walk out that door, I'm gonna pretend that I never even saw you.

J.T.: What's going on here?

Colleen: I don't know. Why don't you ask him?


Malcolm: Olivia, look, a job's a job. I just don't wanna make any commitments right now.

Olivia: Okay, well, you can take a job, but why here?

Malcolm: What's the big deal? I like the clientele.

Olivia: You mean Lily.

Malcolm: Yeah, okay, Lily. She hangs out with all her friends here.

Olivia: Mm-hmm, I had a feeling it had something to do with her.

Malcolm: Liv, I wanna ask you something, and I need you to tell me as a doctor.

Olivia: If I can.

Malcolm: Theoretically, with D.N.A. tests today, if the two possible fathers of a child are brothers, can you tell which one is the parent?

Olivia: Theoretically? Oh, my God, Malcolm, please tell me you're not thinking of getting a paternity test to find out if you're Lily's father.

Malcolm: Don't you think I have the right to know?

Olivia: Oh, my God, I can't believe I'm hearing this.

Malcolm: Okay, hey, hey, it was a simple question. I just need a simple answer.

Olivia: Simple? Have you thought about the consequences? Have you thought about the grief you're gonna cause people?

Malcolm: Yes, I have. I'm not trying to hurt anyone.

Olivia: But if people are hurt, what does it matter if you meant to or not? Look, Malcolm, please, I'm begging you. Lily's happy right where she is. Neil is her father in every way.

Malcolm: And I'm not trying to destroy anyone's world, but I need to know the truth.

Olivia: Oh, my God. Oh, Malcolm, I...

Lily: Surprise!

Olivia: Surprise!

Neil: Come here, man.

Malcolm: Merry Christmas, Neil.

Neil: Merry Christmas. I thought you-- I thought you left town.

Malcolm: It's Christmas Eve, man. You think I wanna be away from my family when I've been gone for so long?

Trevor: Hey, Mr. Winters, what can I get for you?

Neil: Um, you know what? How about just a cup of coffee to go, man?

Trevor: Yeah. Be right back.

Neil: Thanks, Trevor. I appreciate it.


Mac: Hey, must have gotten our wires crossed about the water.

Kevin: Don't worry about it.

Mac: I saw you talking to Colleen. Guess that didn't go too well.

Kevin: Not exactly.

Mac: You told me there was a problem there.

Kevin: I wish she could just get over it.

Mac: Get over what?

Kevin: This attitude she has about me. Look, Mac, I told you I've done some bad stuff.

Mac: Yeah, but you've also told me that you changed.

Kevin: I have. But there are people who don't wanna believe that.

Mac: You still haven't told me what people think you did.

Kevin: No, I havenít.

Mac: You wanna talk about it?

Kevin: No, I canít.

Mac: You can't talk about it, even with me?

Kevin: Look, Mac, there are these really ugly accusations, okay? There's no proof, but there are some people who won't let it go. Maybe they don't want to.

Mac: Well, if you change your mind, let me know. I should go.

Kevin: What? I thought we were gonna work out together and have some lunch?

Mac: Well, I'm not really hungry, so I think I'm just gonna head home.

Kevin: Are you mad at me?

Mac: No, Kevin, I'm not mad at you. I just wish that you could be straight with me. I'll see you later.


J.T.: Hey.

Brittany: Hi.

J.T.: What are you still doing here?

Brittany: Well, you don't mind me hanging around here, do you? I made some coffee. You want some?

J.T.: No, thanks. You know, when exactly are you planning on giving your key back?

Brittany: Mmm, let me think. Never.

J.T.: Well, I might have to start charging you rent again.

Brittany: Well, in that case, I'd better make myself scarce.

J.T.: Money situation isn't any better?

Brittany: Bobby and I have run out of notches on our belt to tighten .

J.T.: Well, I'm sorry things aren't working out like you hoped.

Brittany: Thanks. I'll be okay. I just keep telling myself we're going through a rough patch. Things have to get better eventually.

Bobby: How could Nikki have had anything to do with my brother? That doesn't make any sense.


(Telephone rings)

Victor: The machine will get it. (Ring)

Ashley: Pick up, pick up. (Ring)

Victor's voice: Please leave your message after the tone, and we will return your call.


Ashley: Hello. Victor, it's Ashley calling. I'm sorry to bother you, but it's very important that I speak with you, so please call me back as soon as possible. I'm here at Jabot. Thanks.

Victor: Your brother and Nikki were playmates when they were children.

Bobby: Are you kidding me?

Victor: I'm not kidding you about any of this, Bobby.

Bobby: That's why she got so emotional when I told her my story. She knew my brother. Why didn't Nikki tell me this?

Victor: Your brother was at her 5th birthday party.

Bobby: What?

Victor: It was at her house, the last time your brother was seen alive.

Bobby: I don't know that.

Victor: Your brother Joshua stayed after the party was over with. Nikki's father was passed out drunk on the sofa, and the two were left to fend for themselves.

Bobby: That's when Joshua wandered away.

Victor: Or so everyone was made to believe. What I'm about to tell you is something that Nikki did not remember until very recently.

Bobby: What happened?

Victor: Nikki got a hold of a chair, climbed on top of it, got her father's gun from the top of the closet. Joshua wanted to play with it. They had a tug-of-war.

Bobby: What happened?

Victor: The gun went off accidentally...

Bobby: No, there's no way.

Victor: And your brother was killed.

Bobby: Nikki killed my brother. Is that what you're trying to tell me right here? No, this isn't right. Josh can't be dead. I don't believe any of this.

Victor: That's why my wife feels she owes you, Bobby-- because of her involvement with your brother's death.

Bobby: I always knew that I'd see him again one day. I never believed for a second that he was dead.

Victor: I'm sorry to be the bearer of this news to you. You just have mourned for him for years.

Bobby: It's like it happened yesterday. When I was a kid, I couldn't live with the thought that he was gone.

Victor: Yeah.

Bobby: They never found a body. I just always believed that he was alive out there somewhere. I kept hoping that, and now you're telling me that that's gone, that he's dead?

Victor: I'm telling you because I am hoping that this brings closure to you and to Nikki. She has been tormented by this for years.

Bobby: She killed my brother.

Victor: No, wait a minute. She didn't kill your brother. I just explained to you there was an accident. If anyone is to blame for this, then it's her drunken father, who was so utterly irresponsible as to leave a loaded gun in a houseful of children. You must believe that. You can't blame Nikki for this. This was an accident. You know that her father threatened her, told her not to say a word to anyone about this. I mean, she was so devastated, so traumatized by this that she suppressed the memory of it for all these years.

Bobby: Look, I don't know how I'm supposed to deal with this. I have to go.


Olivia: Look, even if Lily is biologically yours, you know it was a mistake. It's not like she was some love child. She is and always will be Neilís daughter. For God sakes, Malcolm, let it go. And if you even mention this to Dru, I... just promise me, promise me that you will talk to me before you do anything. (Pager beeping)

Olivia: (Sighs) I have to get back to the hospital.

Neil: Hey, you two.

Olivia: Neil, hi.

Neil: Hi. Am I interrupting?

Olivia: Um, no. Actually, I just got paged. I gotta get back to the hospital.

Neil: Oh, really?

Malcolm: Yeah, I got some things I gotta do.

Neil: Um, can I talk to you for a minute, man, please? Here you go.

Malcolm: Neil, I'm supposed to be managing this place.

Neil: Well, I'm looking around me, and it doesn't look like it needs much managing. Just give me a minute.

Olivia: Okay. You two, um, play nice.

Malcolm: It's the only way we know how. See you later, Liv.

Neil: Bye.

Olivia: Bye.

Neil: Hey, man.

Malcolm: Hey.

Neil: Um... look, the coffee shop's a great place. I like it a lot, but working here? Why are you working here, man? Come on.

Malcolm: Oh, here we go. Here we go. Not you, too.

Neil: Yeah, me too. You're a talented guy with a lot of creative energy. I can't just say nothing.

Malcolm: Sure, you can. Just shut your mouth.


Lauren: The salad was so good.

Michael: Of course it was. I'm glad you enjoyed yourself.

Lauren: Are you kidding? I love it. You're feeding me, you're waiting on me hand and foot. What could be better?

Michael: I'm ready for my penance now.

Lauren: Oh, are you?

Michael: Oh, yeah, make me suffer. Come on. Yeah.

Lauren: Oh, I will, I will.

Michael: Oh, hello.

Lauren: Oh, hi.

Kevin: Great. Perfect timing again.

Michael: What's the matter? Something happen?

Kevin: No, no, something didn't happen-- my date with Mac.

Lauren: You had a date with Mac?

Kevin: Yeah, yeah. We had this great talk at the coffeehouse earlier. I invited her to come work out with me, grab a bite to eat.

Michael: Little brother moves fast.

Kevin: I'm not in the mood for jokes, Michael.

Lauren: So what went wrong?

Kevin: Colleen Carlton-- yeah, that's what went wrong.


(Doorbell rings)

Lily: Oh, hello. We're here to see Colleen Carlton. We heard a rumor that she's in town and still hasn't looked up her two best friends.

Colleen: Well, you'll be happy to know I was just about to call you.

Sierra: Oh, really? Because we were starting to think that you didn't have enough time for us.

Lily: Yeah.

Colleen: Oh.

All: (Scream)

Colleen: Hey, baby. Oh.


J.T.: I have a question for you.

Brittany: Sure. What's up?

J.T.: You like parties, right? How would you like to help me with the one I'm throwing for Colleen?

Brittany: I thought Mac was helping you.

J.T.: She dropped out.

Brittany: What's her problem?

J.T.: I don't know. She doesn't have a problem.

Brittany: She will if she gets her wish.

J.T.: Which is...?

Brittany: J.T., Come on. You know Mac is totally in love with you.

J.T.: That's crazy, all right? She and I are good friends.

Brittany: Uh-huh. What about Colleen? Are you good friends with her, too? Where do things stand with you guys?

J.T.: I don't know.

Brittany: You mean you haven't talked about it?

J.T.: No, not really.

Brittany: Why not? Are you afraid she'll say something you don't wanna hear?

J.T.: No, that's not it. And since when do you care about my love life anyway?

Brittany: I don't care. I'm just curious, that's all.


Neil: Come on, Malcolm, what's the deal? I mean, if you came back to town and found me selling used cars at the local car dealership, wouldn't you ask?

Malcolm: Nothing wrong with selling used cars, Neil.

Neil: Never said there was, but it might get a little boring for a guy with an M.B.A. from Stanford.

Malcolm: Well, I'm not bored and I don't have an M.B.A. from Stanford, never even been near the place.

Neil: That's irrelevant, man. Malcolm, look at how much you accomplished in your career. Don't you miss fashion photography? Come on, we're talking about the girls, the glamour, the travel, the money.

Malcolm: No, I donít.

Neil: So that's how you're gonna play it, huh? Something about being in Africa stripped away all your ambition and your drive, huh?

Malcolm: Hey, get off my back. I'm not you, never have been you, never gonna be you. Why does that bother you so much?

Neil: It doesn't bother me, Malcolm. I'm just-- I'm just worried about you. I'm worried that my kid brother has lost his self-confidence.

Malcolm: You have no idea what I've lost.


Lauren: It must have been a total surprise running into Colleen like that. I didn't even realize she was back in town.

Kevin: Yeah. She got right in my face, totally nasty.

Michael: And you were expecting some other reaction?

Kevin: Please don't look at me that way.

Michael: All right, how should we look at you?

Kevin: Like a guy who could use a break, all right? It seems like everywhere I go, I'm screwed by all these things that happened years ago. I don't know why I even try. It does zero good.

Lauren: Kevin, that's not true.

Kevin: Well, then you tell Mackenzie that.

Lauren: Well, was she there when you and Colleen had words?

Kevin: Well, she couldn't hear us, but she saw the whole thing, and then Colleen storms off with J.T., Mac comes over and starts asking all these questions.

Michael: What kind of questions?

Kevin: Questions about Colleen.

Michael: What you did to her?

Kevin: Well, Mac wasn't here then, so she doesn't know all that. So I just told her that colleen was someone who didn't like me very much, but that wasn't enough, so then Mac walked out on me. If I'm ever gonna make any progress with Mackenzie, I've gotta get past this somehow. I can only think of one way.

Lauren: I'm afraid to ask.

Kevin: Well, I was thinking about it on the way over, and I thought about what a difference it made with Lily and me when I told her the truth about what happened at the Rec center.

Michael: No! No, you're not. You're not gonna confess your sins to Mackenzie.


Victor: Hi.

Ashley: Hi.

Victor: You needed to see me?

Ashley: Yeah. Thanks for coming.

Victor: So I understand things aren't going too well.

Ashley: Yeah, we had a, uh, a board meeting this morning.

Victor: Nikki told me.

Ashley: Oh, Nikki-- she was extremely distracted. The best thing she could have done was to leave.

Victor: Any idea where she went?

Ashley: It hasn't been the most important thing on my mind today. I need to speak with you.

Victor: All right. What's wrong?

Ashley: Do I still need to spell it out for you? We've reached a crisis level here at Jabot.

Victor: Sorry to hear that.

Ashley: Are you? You're sorry to hear that? So is my father, my brother and Brad. We're all really sorry, especially since you're the one who put us in this position.

Victor: Are you here to tell me that again? Didn't I mention to you many times before if your company had been managed the way it ought to have been managed, what I did would have been merely a bump in the road.

Ashley: You know, I don't begin to understand what makes you tick, but I do know that you didn't need to cheat and you didn't need to bar my brother from coming back. Did you think I was kidding when I said that we were in desperate need?

Victor: And how do you think that Jack would have helped you out of that desperate need?

Ashley: Who the hell knows? But we need all the help we can get, and we need it now. We're on the verge of filing for bankruptcy, Victor.

Victor: So that's all the brilliant minds of Jabot could come up with, bankruptcy? That'd be a terrible mistake.


Sierra: Get out. So you're done with high school?

Lily: So you can stay for good, right?

Colleen: Well, I don't know. I mean, I don't know what's gonna happen between now and next fall when I start college. It just depends how things go.

Sierra: Things meaning J.T.?

Lily: (Sing-song voice) ooh.

Colleen: No, you guys, my dad's here, too, and Abby and my granddad.

Sierra: Uh, and us.

Colleen: Well, of course.

Lily: But if you were thinking of staying, then J.T. would be the deal breaker.

Colleen: I don't know. I mean, J.T. and I... I just don't know how things are gonna turn out, especially after the way I stepped in it.

Lily: What are you talking about?

Colleen: I was so sure that J.T. was planning me this surprise party, and I went on and on like an idiot, and now-- now I don't think it's even gonna happen.

Sierra: Well, you did kind of show up out of the blue.

Lily: Yeah, and he probably didn't know how you'd feel about seeing him.

Colleen: Yeah, I guess, and maybe he's planning something for New Year's Eve, you know, and it's gonna be, like, a double party-type thing.

Lily: Yeah, it's possible.

Colleen: Maybe I shouldn't even get my hopes up, you know? J.T. probably has better things to do than throw me a party, but at least I can celebrate it with my two best friends.

Lily: Yeah.

Sierra: Of course.


J.T.: So how about it? Will you help me with the party?

Brittany: I'm not sure.

J.T.: What do you mean you're not sure? Brittany, you owe me.

Brittany: For what?

J.T.: For all the stuff I did for your wedding.

Brittany: You only did that because you owed me for helping you catch that thief at Fenmore's.

J.T.: No, no, that was one day. I lost weeks of my life helping you pick out flowers and invitations. Do you realize how painful that was?

Brittany: Yeah, I guess I still do owe you a little.

J.T.: A lot, you owe me a lot.

Brittany: You know, this is becoming a vicious cycle. We're gonna have to call it even pretty soon. Otherwise, we'll be stuck with each other for years.


Kevin: Why shouldn't I tell Mac everything?

Michael: Oh, you can't, Kevin. You'd be hanging yourself.

Lauren: And not just legally, with Mackenzie as well.

Kevin: She'd forgive me.

Michael: All right, possible but doubtful, and on the other hand, she could go straight to the police.

Kevin: No, no, Mac wouldn't do that to me. She wouldnít.

Lauren: Oh, Kevin, you don't know that, and if you burden her with this, you put her in an impossible situation-- caught between doing the right thing and her concern for you. Believe me, I understand that feeling, and so does your brother very well.

Michael: And if anyone finds out that she knows and didn't come forward, she could be in serious trouble herself.

Kevin: How would anyone find out?

Michael: Look, I don't know, but do you wanna take that chance? Do you wanna do that to Mackenzie? This isn't some little caper that got out of hand. It's a very serious situation, which by the way, could still blow up in your face if Lily Winters goes to her parents.

Kevin: So I'm stuck with this, screwed for life? Great.

Michael: Look, Kevin, this is not something that you can just say, "I'm sorry," and it all goes away. I can't make it go away. I wish I could help you. I can't change what you did.

Kevin: I just--just hoped there would be some way that I could get past this, get Mackenzie to understand.


Neil: So something bad happened to you in Africa, huh? Something that really messed you up? Why don't you tell me about it?

Malcolm: Neil, don't you think if it was something I wanted to talk about, I would?

Neil: What's wrong with you? What do you got to be so hard, man? I'm just trying to reach out to you, that's all.

Malcolm: No, see, what you're doing is pushing, so stop. What I'm going through will either work itself out or it wonít.

Neil: Don't you want it to?

Malcolm: I don't know.

Neil: Wow.

Malcolm: Look, Neil, I'm sorry, I am, but there's some things going on inside of me that I gotta work out. Look, I don't know where I fit in anymore, I don't know if you can understand that, but I've been some places and I've seen some things, and they changed me. I don't know how and I really don't know how much, but that's what I came here to find out. But what I would appreciate is if you let me do it my own way.

Neil: Hey, hey, wait a minute.

Malcolm: Get your hands off of me.

Neil: Are you kidding me? How long have we been brothers? Our whole lives, man. Are you really gonna seriously stand here and shut me out like this? Why don't you just tell me what's going on?

Malcolm: 'Cause I got nothing to say to you. Neil, let it go, all right? Let it go.


Ashley: Well, since you seem to have all the answers, what would you do?

Victor: What is killing Jabot is systemic within your organization, all right?

Ashley: Okay, so what is it?

Victor: You need a complete restructuring of the company. I don't think a single member of your family is willing to do what is necessary.

Ashley: And who is, you?

Victor: You bet. I would straighten this out in no time.

Ashley: You don't understand how nervous our creditors are. I mean, if we don't have some protection from the courts very soon, they're just gonna pick our bones clean.

Victor: Your creditors are not the problem.

Ashley: Well, I think they are. I mean, it's just little old me, but we are about to default on several large loans.

Victor: And I know the bankers involved. I could buy you time.

Ashley: Well, even if you could, how do I know this isn't just part of your campaign to wipe us out completely?

Victor: I'll say it again. Your company's salvageable. I know how to do it. If you need me, call me.


Bobby: Nikki! Nikki! Nikki! Where the hell is everybody?

Bobby: Nikki!


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Mac: It must be exciting, having two girls chasing after you.

Phyllis: It would have been our anniversary Christmas Eve, remember?

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