Wednesday Y&R Transcript 12/29/04

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 12/29/04 -- Canada, Thursday 12/30/04 -- U.S.A.



By Eric
Proofread by Emma

Malcolm: Neil... I don't know where I fit in anymore. Look, I been some places and I've seen some things. They changed me, man. Now I don't know how and I really don't know how much, but that's what I came back here to find out. But I'd appreciate it if you let me do it my own way.

Neil: Hey. Hey, wait a minute.

Malcolm: Get off of me!

Neil: Are you kidding me? We're family here. You're supposed to be able to talk to me. How can you shut me out like that?

Malcolm: I got nothing to say to y-- let it go.

Neil: What is your problem?

Malcolm: My problem is you puttin' your hands on me like that.

Neil: Yeah, there you go, walkin' away again.

Malcolm: I'm not walkin' away from anything, believe me. I don't like feelin' like I'm on somebody's witness stand. Neil, it's my life. How I live it is my choice. I don't owe you an explanation.

Neil: You know, I... I get that you gone through hell in Africa you're gonna tell me about that, but while you were over there I was right here, thinking you were dead, drowning my sorrows in a bottle of alcohol. That was rough, man.

Malcolm: Looks like you pulled through all right.

Neil: I pulled through because I had help.

Malcolm: Well, Neil, the love of a good woman and a beautiful daughter will do that for you.


Phyllis: I guess it's true. I didn't believe it when they told me, but here you are.

Jack: Wow. What a nice surprise.

Phyllis: I thought you weren't allowed to work here at Jabot anymore.

Jack: Well, I'm working for Chancellor Industries.

Phyllis: Here?

Jack: Yeah, they're doing a big renovation job on my office over there, and I needed the quietest place I could find, and, well, as long as I'm not doing Jabot work, I'm not breaking any of the rules.

Phyllis: So it's official. You're the new C.E.O. of Katherineís company.

Jack: We're sending out a press release after New Yearís.

Phyllis: That's great. Congratulations. No more playboy Jack.

Jack: Well, you know, the life of leisure isn't all it's cracked up to be. Though I did have my fun.

Phyllis: Yeah, I bet. You know, all good things-- you know what they say. All good things...

Jack: Yeah.

Phyllis: Ah, well, I just, you know, wanted to say hi. But I can see you're busy, so, um, I'll get out of your hair.

Jack: W-wait, Phyllis. Um, you don't have to leave.


J.T.: Hey, Mac, what's up?

Mac: Not much.

J.T.: You just missed Brittany.

Mac: So?

Brittany: She stopped by to take a shower.

Mac: Let me guess. The Newman ranch has hard water.

J.T.: No. She, uh, she was going straight from the boutique to the club. She didn't want to waste time driving home.

Mac: Are you sure she didn't just make up an excuse to come see you?

J.T.: What are you talkin' about?

Mac: Colleen's back in town and Brittany suddenly finds a reason to get naked in your vicinity.

J.T.: Yeah, right. Behind a locked bathroom door.

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


Neil: You know, Malcolm, Lily's my heart. She's a Godsend. She's really something else, isn't she?

Malcolm: You're a lucky man.

Neil: Don't you think I know that?

Malcolm: Just don't ever take it for granted, Neil.

Neil: You know, the way you say that, it's almost as if you're bitter. I mean, does it bug you that much, my happiness that I've got something that you don't?

Malcolm: We're not having this conversation.

Neil: Where you runnin' to, man? See, I'm tryin' hard to figure you out. All this hostility and resentment, does it date way back to when we were kids, I was the overachiever you were the jock?

Malcolm: Neil, you've always gotten what you wanted. We both know you were the golden child. Your life has gone exactly the way you planned it. Like you said, you went to the big college, and now look at you. You're the hotshot exec in the corporate world. Good for you.

Neil: And did that cost you something? Malcolm, all along, ever since day one, I was never tryin' to hurt you. I was doin' my thing, just tryin' to achieve my goals.

Malcolm: Yeah. And now I'm doing my thing. Only I'm not doing it the way you think I oughta be. Neil, I don't need your advice. You don't have to act like you gotta call the shots for me, all right? You do you and I'll do me.

Neil: I don't need to call the shots.

Malcolm: Good. Donít. Now I got work to do.

Lily: Hey. Hi, Daddy.

Neil: Hey, Lily. I didn't realize you were here.

Lily: Yeah. I'm just getting some coffee. Um, why were you and Uncle Malcolm arguing?

Neil: Oh, um... I don't know, sweetheart. Uh, it's a tough situation, you know? How do we convince him that we love him?

Lily: Yeah. You know, I'll talk to him, okay?

Neil: You're a good girl. I love you, baby.

Lily: I love you, too.

Neil: Okay. I'll see you later.

Lily: Okay.


Dru: Uh-oh. Um, Liv, I don't like that look on your face.

Olivia: We need to talk about Malcolm.

Dru: What about Malcolm?

Olivia: I was talking to him earlier today, and, um, he's making some plans that you should be prepared for.

Dru: Making some plans I should be prep-- oh, now wait a minute. Wait a minute, Liv. Do not tell me--

Olivia: I'm sorry, Dru.

Dru: Do not tell me that he's gonna run a paternity test on Lily. That cannot happen! We gotta stop him! Hell, no!


Nick: Trev, I'm putting these here.

Nick: Hey, Dad. What are you doing here?

Victor: I came to ask you a favor.

Nick: Sure. What's up?

Victor: It concerns your mother.


(Door opens)

Nikki: Hi, Bobby. Where's Brittany?

Bobby: She's out.

Nikki: I have had an awful day. I'm gonna go upstairs.

Bobby: No, no, no, you're not goin' anywhere.

Nikki: I beg your pardon?

Bobby: You and me are gonna have a talk. I know.

Nikki: You know?

Bobby: That's right. I know what happened to my brother.

Nikki: What do you mean?

Bobby: Victor told me the whole story.

Nikki: Oh, my God. I-I can't talk about this right now.

Bobby: Nikki, you're not walkin' away from this this time.

Nikki: Do you hate me?

Bobby: You know, all my life, I have held on to the belief that my brother was still out there alive. And that one day I'd find him, we'd be reunited. After my parents died, that hope was what held me together. And now that's gone. My brother's dead and my life just broke into a million pieces.


J.T.: Trust me, Mac, Brittany isn't chasing after me.

Mac: What about Colleen?

J.T.: I told you, she's probably heading back to New York soon.

Mac: Is that gonna be hard for you?

J.T.: Nah. I'll have you to keep me busy. I owe you that date, remember?

Mac: Yeah. That's really nice of you.

J.T.: Well, what can I say? I'm a nice guy.

Mac: Since when?

J.T.: Since when? Since--I'm always a nice guy... especially compared to Kevin Fisher. Mac, please tell me there's nothing goin' on between you guys.


Lily: Hey.

Malcolm: Hey.

Lily: I was wishing you'd be here.

Malcolm: Well, it looks like your wish came true.

Lily: Well, should I test my luck and make another?

Malcolm: Well, that all depends on what you're gonna wish for.

Lily: Um, I think you have some idea.

Malcolm: Lily, sweetheart--

Lily: Wait. What were you and my dad arguing about? And please do not tell me nothing.

Malcolm: Lily, it wasn't really an argument.

Lily: Says you.

Malcolm: Look, it was just more like a difference of opinion, that's all.

Lily: Okay. Well, anyway, I came here hoping that you could help me out with something. So will you?


Olivia: Drucilla, to be honest, I don't know if we can stop him.

Dru: He is living with you. Clearly, you have some level of influence over this man.

Olivia: Not on this subject.

Dru: Yes! Yes, you do. Make him understand that this is a bad idea. He shouldn't pursue it.

Olivia: I tried to reason with him.

Dru: Reason with him more.

Olivia: Honey, he's adamant. He wants a paternity test.

Dru: A paternity test. You know full well, in order to get a paternity test, everyone has to give their permission, and if that's the case, Neilís gonna find out!

Olivia: Not necessarily. I mean, there's a way that you could get Lily's saliva sample, and Malcolm would give you his. They have these kits online. You could send away to a lab and the whole thing would be anonymous.

Dru: Kits, anonymous-- I don't care about any of it. He cannot just waltz into Genoa City and try to ruin my family. It's not gonna happen! Do you understand me?


Phyllis: Um, really? You just seem very busy.

Jack: Well, since when am I too busy for you?

Phyllis: Oh, I could think of a couple of times, actually.

Jack: Okay, well, this isn't one of 'em.

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Jack: You tracked me down for a reason. Stay. How you doin'? I mean, are things startin' to look up a little?

Phyllis: Uh, nope, nope. But it's okay because I, um, I'm just, uh, hoping that Michael Baldwin will do everything he can to get me outta this.

Jack: Well, I'll keep my fingers crossed for you. And maybe when the whole thing's over, I can take you out to dinner to celebrate.

Phyllis: You might be lookin' at 10 to 20.

Jack: Nice to see you haven't lost your sense of humor.

Phyllis: Oh, no. It's the only thing that keeps me going. That and Daniel.

Jack: How's Daniel holdin' up?

Phyllis: Uh, he's okay. I mean, he's-- he's been very supportive, and, you know, he's a sensitive kid, right? But, you know, the thing that worries me is sometimes he acts more like the parent than--than a teenager so...

Jack: That's what you need right now, hon.

Phyllis: Yeah. I just don't want to burden him with that.

Jack: I, for one, think it's great that he's stepping up to the plate.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Jack: It shows what a great kid he really is.

Phyllis: He is. He's--he's a great kid. He's really great. Listen, um, I-I have to tell you, I-I couldn't stop thinking of something all Christmas.

Jack: Oh? What was that?

Phyllis: You. Yeah, you. I mean, it would've been our-- our anniversary Christmas Eve, remember?

Phyllis: Upward and onward.

Jack: I thought a lot about you, too.

Phyllis: So there is a reason I came by. I have a-- a little something for you.

Jack: Oh, no, no.

Phyllis: It's just silly.

Jack: I--

Phyllis: It's silly. It's--its fun.

Jack: You shouldn't have done this.

Phyllis: It's a lot of paper. (Laughs)

Jack: "Boss man"?

Phyllis: Yes. Look at the bottom.

Jack: "C.E.O."

Phyllis: C.E.O. (Giggles)

Jack: This will go great on my brand-new desk.

Phyllis: Good.

Jack: I-I'm-- I don't have anything for you. I'm--

Phyllis: It doesn't matter.

Jack: Wait, you know what? I do have something for you. Something that will do just the trick. Or something, at least, that used to do the trick. How about this?


Nick: So what's goin' on with Mom?

Victor: Would you mind-- you and Sharon and the kids-- mind going over there and being with your mother for awhile?

Nick: No problem. Why?

Victor: Let's just say I did something that's gonna upset her a great deal. But I did it because I thought it was in her best interests.

Nick: You're really worried.

Victor: Yeah, I'm worried. Your mother has been very, very, very upset about something, and, um, I wanted this to come to a head, you know? So, um, I'd appreciate it if you'd go over and be with her for awhile.

Nick: Done.

Victor: All right.

Nick: Is that all you're gonna tell me?

Victor: Yeah. Let her tell you the rest, okay?

Nick: All right.

Victor: Appreciate it, my boy.

Nick: Sure.


Nikki: Oh, Bobby, if there was something I could do, I would do it.

Bobby: You can't throw money at me to make things better.

Nikki: Oh, that's not what I meant.

Bobby: But that's what you did. No amount of money could bring my brother back.

Nikki: I wish I had never remembered.

Bobby: So do I.

Nikki: This has been so hard on me. It's--it's something I have repressed my whole life.

Nikki: I loved your brother. He was so sweet... kind and gentle.

Nikki: All the other kids were terrified of my father. They couldn't wait to leave my birthday party, but not your brother. He wasn't afraid of anything. He was my best friend.

Bobby: You know, you claimed you couldn't remember any of this. What changed that?

Nikki: Something triggered my memory.

Bobby: Do you remember what it was? Look... if Josh is dead... well, they never found a body. That's what I been holdin' onto all these years.

Nikki: I honestly didn't know what happened afterwards. My father never told me what he did with his body.

Bobby: You said "didn't know." Does that mean you know now?

Nikki: Yeah. I know where your brother's remains are.


Mac: Kevin and I are just friends.

J.T.: Does he know that?

Mac: Meaning what?

J.T.: Meaning he's talked to me a couple of times about you. I think he has a crush on you or something.

Mac: I picked up on that.

J.T.: How can you be so calm about this? Mac, do you realize what he's done?

Mac: Yes, J.T., I do. Kevin told me that he's done some terrible things. He hasn't hidden anything from me.

J.T.: Then why are you still talking to the guy?

Mac: Because he's trying to turn his life around, but nobody will give him a chance.

J.T.: Because he doesn't deserve a chance, Mac. He doesn't deserve one.

Mac: Well, he needs friends, and he's been nothing but sweet to me.

J.T.: Oh, yeah, well, that's all an act, trust me. It's an act. Watch out.

Mac: I'm not even involved with the guy, so stop worrying.

J.T.: Listen to me... Kevin Fisher is a really, really messed up guy. If I had my way... just--just promise me you'll be careful, all right?

Mac: Yeah, I'll be careful.

J.T.: I'm serious about this. I don't want anything to happen to you.

Mac: Okay, I promise.

J.T.: All right. Good. I gotta go start on this party stuff, all right? I'll see you later.

Mac: Okay.


Olivia: Okay, try and calm down.

Dru: How can I calm down when Lily may be Malcolmís child? Have you even thought about the implications?

Olivia: Of course I have.

Dru: Does that not worry you?

Olivia: Okay, first of all, you can't assume that Malcolmís trying to blow your family apart.

Dru: Then why is he so desperate to find out the truth?

Olivia: He knows how close Neil and Lily are. I can't believe that he would do something so cruel. There's another way of looking at this.

Dru: Tell me.

Olivia: If Malcolm turns out not to be the father, then a huge source of worry is gone for all of us. This could turn out to be a good thing after all.


Lily: I brought the camera I got for Christmas.

Malcolm: Oh, yeah?

Lily: Yeah.

Malcolm: That's a nice one.

Lily: Will you take some pictures of me? Here, come on. Let's take 'em right here where we won't attract a lot of attention. Come on.

Malcolm: Little lady, does anybody tell you no?

Lily: Um, no.

Malcolm: Oh, lord.

Lily: Okay, what do I do?

Malcolm: The things I get dragged into.

Lily: Oh, you love it. I can tell. Okay, wait. How is this for starters?

Malcolm: (Laughs) all right. Now let's just loosen it up and keep it simple, all right?

Lily: Okay.

Malcolm: My models back then, they just would just throw their head back, just kinda flirty, cutesy poses, right?

Lily: Throw my head back.

Malcolm: Now just relax. Throw your head back, okay?

Lily: Okay.

Malcolm: And just a little smile. Ready? There she is. Okay. All right.

Lily: Yeah?

Malcolm: All right, um, let's try the model 101 pose. You know what I'm talkin' about? Back to me, throw your head over your shoulder.

Lily: Okay.

Malcolm: Okay? There you go. Pearly whites. Do it again, on three. On three. Turn around, turn around. Hurry up. One, two, three. Go. There she is.

Lily: (Giggles)


 (Knock on door)

Kevin: Hey, Mac.

Mac: Kevin, I was just thinking about you.

Kevin: Really?

Mac: Yeah. Come in.

Kevin: Thanks.

Mac: I'm surprised to see you here. Um, how'd you know where I live?

Kevin: Oh, I, uh, I've been here before to, uh, to talk to J.T.

Mac: Oh, why? You don't get along.

Kevin: I was trying to change that. Obviously it didn't work.

Mac: No kidding.

Kevin: So normally I wouldn't risk running into him, but I wasn't really happy with the way we left things earlier.

Mac: Whose fault was that?

Kevin: Come on, Mac. Be honest. Isn't there anything about your life you'd rather not advertise to the rest of the world?


Nikki: During an excavation at the Rec center... a child's skeleton was found.

Bobby: Joshua's?

Nikki: Yes.

Bobby: The story you told me weeks ago about the little boy and you and the gun goin' off, that was about my brother.

Nikki: But I didn't know that we were talking about the same little boy until later.

Bobby: But you never mentioned it.

Nikki: But I had to be absolutely sure. I was wrong before, and I didn't want to make that mistake again.

Bobby: So my brother goes to a birthday party-- your birthday party-- and I never see him again.

Bobby: I never even said good-bye to him. I think that's why I convinced myself that he couldn't really be gone. 'Cause if I didn't say good-bye to him...

Nikki: I am so, so sorry. Bobby, I'm praying that you'll forgive me. Please.

Bobby: What do you want me to say to you? You know what this is doin' to me?

Nikki: Yes. Yes, I do. That's why I begged Victor to not tell you.

Bobby: Victor thought he was doin' the right thing. Nikki, you shouldn't have kept this from me. You shoulda told me as soon as you figured this out. He's my brother. I had every right to know.

Nikki: I know, I know. You're right. What can I do now to make things better?

Bobby: There's nothing you can do.

Nikki: Please let me help you. Bobby--

Bobby: Just donít. Donít. I need to be alone right now.

Nikki: Bobby.

Nikki: Damn you, Victor!


Mac: There are plenty of things in my past I'd rather keep private.

Kevin: I knew you would understand. Sometimes things happen, and you wish you could erase them but you canít. They stay with you forever.

Mac: I'm not sure if I do understand. Yes, there are parts of my life that are nobody else's business, but a ton of people don't hate me.

Kevin: Please, Mac. Please don't listen to them.

Mac: Are you afraid if I know the truth that I won't like you anymore?

Kevin: Well, most people wouldnít.

Mac: You really don't give me that much credit, do you?

Kevin: What do you mean?

Mac: Well, you think if I hear a bunch of bad things about you that I'm gonna bail and never talk to you again?

Kevin: That's what most people would do.

Mac: Well, I'm not most people.

Kevin: You sure arenít.

Mac: So will you tell me what you actually did? I want to hear your side of the story. And then I will make up my own mind.


Dru: See, it's easy for you, easy for you to say that, because it's not your daughter and not your husband who stand to be devastated by all this.

Olivia: I don't want to see Neil and Lily get hurt any more than you do.

Dru: Then do something. Talk to him, tell him to abandon this cockamamy idea of his. Liv, please.

Olivia: I told you I talked to him already, that he's determined to get answers. Now you can fight it and drive yourself crazy, but the bottom line is he feels he needs the truth.

Dru: The truth? After umpteen years, he needs the truth? I'll tell you why he wants it. He's--he's just mad at me 'cause I told him to beat it, get outta town!

Olivia: I don't think this is about you.

Dru: Listen, just get me the web site, okay? I need to see those D.N.A. kits or whatever those things are.

Olivia: I think that's the best decision, Dru, believe me.

Dru: I'm not making any promises, okay? Just get me the stuff because I need the information, and that is all!


Lily: Um, do I remind you of my mom?

Malcolm: What?

Lily: Well, you used to shoot her, didn't you? You know, when you worked as a fashion photographer?

Malcolm: Why are you asking that, Lily?

Lily: I don't know. Just curious. But I'm pretty sure that you did 'cause I remember when I was really little and Mom and I were living in Paris and, you know, she was modeling and stuff, you came over and spent a lot of time with her. That was 'cause you were doing that shoot with her, right? I swear, it's such a cool job. And it would be really great if you went back to it because everyone was saying what an amazing photographer you were before. And I'm sure there would be plenty of work, and you could make a lot of money 'cause you're so g--

Malcolm: Okay, Lily, Lily, stop it. I'm not goin' back to photography. My life is not about taking pretty pictures anymore, and it's never gonna be. So just drop this.

Lily: I'm sorry. I-I'm pushing you like everyone else. I-I didn't mean to upset you. I'm so--

Malcolm: No, no, Lily. Lily.


(Slow ballad playing)

Brittany: I'm in your corner don't worry 'bout a thing and if you should ever need some comforting I'm as close as the air you breathe I'll be the faith you need to believe put your head on my shoulder and rest a little while 'cause I'm here to hold you when your world turns wild that's exactly what love should do when times are tough I will pull you through when the hurricane blows against your heart and the sky's on fire and you don't know where you are when you've done all you can do and there's no one else to turn to I will shelter you

Brittany: It doesn't matter what tomorrow brings 'cause, baby, together we can weather anything when you can't seem to find your way I will push back the storm I will stop the rain when the hurricane blows against your heart and the sky's on fire and you don't know where you are when you've done all you can do and there's no one else to turn to I will shelter you

Brittany: Honey, what's wrong?


Kevin: I'm sorry, Mac. I can't get into it.

Mac: I guess you still don't trust me enough.

Kevin: Look, there are some things that you shouldn't tell someone if you care about them. You could wind up getting them in a lot of trouble.

Mac: Who told you that?

Kevin: My brother. He's a lawyer. Michael Baldwin.

Mac: Michael Baldwin is your brother? He's one of the best attorneys in town.

Kevin: Yeah, I know. He's gotten me out of some real jams.

Mac: Like what happened with colleen?

Kevin: No. No. You see, I didn't even need a lawyer for that. The police barely even questioned me. They didn't have any evidence. But that's what I was talking about, Mac. There are people who are convinced that I'm guilty, and there is nothing that I can say or do that's gonna make any difference.

Mac: I don't know what you're accused of, but you still haven't told me that you didn't do it. I'd really like to be your friend, Kevin, and maybe one day you'll trust me enough to let me.

Kevin: You're not comfortable being alone with me?

Mac: I'm gonna have to leave soon. So, um, we can talk about this later at the coffeehouse.

Kevin: Can we really, or are you just saying this to get rid of me?

Mac: I said I'll be there so I will.

Kevin: Okay. You're a really special person, Mackenzie. Really.


Phyllis: Oh, that's good. Oh, yeah, right there. Oh, my.

Jack: Nice to know I haven't lost my touch.

Phyllis: Oh, no. Oh, you havenít. Are you kidding? No way. (Gasps) if I didn't think you had big plans tonight, I'd let you work on me all night.

Jack: So you and Daniel aren't spending the evening together?

Phyllis: (Chuckles) I'm his mom. He wants to spend the evening with his friends.

Jack: What about what's his name--porter?

Phyllis: What about him? No, I think he's spending New Yearís Eve with all his secrets. Ohh.

Jack: Then you're all alone, huh?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I'm all alone. It's okay. So what are you doing?

Jack: Well, that's a very good question.

Phyllis: Do you have a good answer? You working here all night?

Jack: I could probably be lured away from my work if I had a better offer.

Phyllis: Mm, what if I said you did? (Laughs)

Jack: I'd say we have a date.

Phyllis: Oh, we do? Really? Well, that's excellent. What do you wanna do?

Jack: Uh, what do I wanna do? Hmm. Mmm. Uh... wait. I know exactly what I wanna do.

Phyllis: What?

Jack: I want it to be a surprise. Okay, I'm not gonna tell you right now, but I promise you, it will blow your socks off.

Phyllis: Ah, surprise? Oh, my gosh. I don't care what we do. As long as I'm with you, it's gonna be fun, right?

Jack: Right.

Phyllis: (Giggles)

Jack: Let's go.

Phyllis: Okay.

Jack: Let's go.

Phyllis: Let's go. Why not?


Brittany: Did something happen? I've never seen you like this.

Bobby: Oh, you mean so much to me. Do you know how special you are, how much I love you?

Brittany: Something's making you sad.

Bobby: Something beautiful can make you sad, just 'cause it's so damn beautiful that you never want anything to happen to it. That's how I feel about you. You're the best thing that ever happened to my life.


Nikki: Don't even talk to me.

Victor: I think we should talk about it.

Nikki: Oh, you do. How dare you? How dare you betray my confidence? I begged you not to! I am so furious with you! I can't even speak to you!


(Doorbell rings)

Dru: Malcolm.

Malcolm: Hey, Drucilla. Can I come in?

Dru: Suit yourself.

Malcolm: I saw Lily down at the coffeehouse.

Dru: So?

Malcolm: Do you know what she asked me?

Dru: No.

Malcolm: She wondered if she reminded me of you.

Dru: Why would she ask you that?

Malcolm: She does, Dru. She reminds me very much of you, and she reminds me of a lot of things.

Dru: Don't go there. Don't go there.

Malcolm: Drucilla. I have to. Dru, I need to know.

Malcolm: Dru, I want a paternity test, and I want it now.


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

Nick: What should we toast to?

Sharon: Mm... to us.

J.T.: You seeing somebody back in New York?

Malcolm: If Lily is my daughter, I have the right to know.

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