Y&R Transcript Friday 1/19/07 -- Canada; Monday 1/22/07 -- U.S.A.
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Victoria: Um, your dad's not here.
Colleen: I know, he's out of town.
Victoria: Would you like some coffee?
Colleen: No, thanks. I'm not really feeling that well.
Victoria: I'm sorry. Are you sick?
Colleen: J.T. and I broke up.
Victoria: Oh. Uh, um...
Colleen: I... I moved out last night.
Victoria: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Colleen: Um, I stayed with Daniel and Lily, but I can't really stay there forever, so I was wondering if, I mean, would you mind if...
Victoria: No I wouldn't mind. Of course not. This is your home. If you wanna move back in here, it's fine.
Colleen: Thank you.
Victoria: You know, I'm sure that you and J.T. just need a little time apart from each other.
Colleen: No. It's over. There's nothing for us to work out.
J.T.: I'm sure you've heard this by now. We're, uh, we're done. We broke up. So, hell, she's all yours.
Colleen: Look, I'm really sorry. I didn't mean to say--
Korbel no, I shouldn't have put you in that position in the first place, no matter what I feel -- uh, felt -- I shouldn't have.
Colleen: Don't worry. I have -- I mean, had -- I had those same feelings.
Dru: Oh, absolutely not. I'm paying.
Dru: Don't take her money.
Sharon: Oh, my gosh. You paid last time.
Dru: No, I didn't. No, I didn't.
Jana: You two have the same argument every time you come in here.
Sharon: I know.
Jana: I'm going to start keeping a tally.
Dru: Hello? Hello? They hung up.
Sharon: Maybe you just lost the signal.
Dru: No, I heard a definitive click. Maybe it's the same person that tried to threaten me the other day on the phone.
Sharon: Well, you know, maybe it's a wrong number.
Dru: "Private caller."
Jana: Here you go.
Sharon: Thank you.
Dru: Thank you. Keep the change.
Jana: Oh, thanks.
Sharon: Listen, I understand that you would be nervous, okay? But I really don't think that it was David Chow who slashed your tires.
Dru: Sharon, we both know David Chow didn't have to have done this himself. He could have hired someone else to do all this.
David: Good morning.
Dru: What's good about it? You're stalking me.
David: No, this is a coffeehouse. I'm here for coffee like everyone else.
Sharon: Dru, um, come on, why don't we go get a table, huh?
Dru: You're stalking me and I know it.
David: I had no idea you'd be here. This is strictly a coincidence.
Dru: You know what? We have bumped into each other far too many times for this to be a coincidence.
David: We live in the same building. We're bound to run into each other.
Dru: I haven't bumped into my neighbors for six months.
David: Well, I guess we're on a similar schedule. I'm sorry if I can't convince you otherwise. Excuse me.
Will: Thanks for letting me know.
Jill: The world is a very different place now, but it is worth thinking about. Okay, we'll talk later.
Kay: Jill, Jill, look who's here.
Will: Well, good morning, ladies.
Jill: Hello, William.
Will: I was gonna give you a call when I got into the office.
Kay: Uh, did you get the authorization?
Will: Yeah, I just heard from the clerk. The judge has granted permission to exhume Phillip's body.
Jill: Oh, I wish we didn't have to do this.
Kay: William, when will this be happening?
Amber: Daniel, brilliant date idea number three-- help me find Jill Chancellor's son who is set to inherit beaucoup billions. I'm thinking--finder's fee. Delete.
Amber's voice: Brilliant double date idea number three-- formal bowling. You and Cane in tuxedos. Lily and me in strapless gowns. Classic!
Daniel: Amber, I'm not feeling the nude skydiving either. Not in the middle of winter. Let's talk about it again when the weather warms up. And bowling sounds cool, but Lily won't go for it if the shoes don't match her dress. Maybe this sounds too boring for you, but I say we club it. What do you think?
Amber: Cane works at Indigo. I'll ask him who's playing.
Dru: You know, um, Brad's still in Europe. And Victoria is completely overwhelmed ever since Nick had the bab--
Sharon: Right, yeah, no, ever since, uh, Nick had the baby. It's okay, you can say it.
Dru: I am so sorry. I'm so sorry.
Sharon: No, no, it's fine. Look, it doesn't bother me. I'm fine with it, really.
Dru: Okay, look, Sharon, come on. If you ever need to confide, I'm here. That's all I'm saying.
Sharon: Thank you.
Sharon: But, look, you said, uh, you said that things are pretty crazy for you at work?
Dru: Oh, my goodness, you have no idea. Um... Sharon, on top of everything else, Newman has not even begun to look for a PR person. And I have the whole spring launch for Beauty of Nature to do yet.
Sharon: You know, um I can help you out with that from the NVP side.
Dru: Are you-- are you serious?
Sharon: Um, yeah.
Jana: Here you are.
David: Thank you.
Jana: You are Carmen Mesta's friend, right?
David: Yes. Did you know Carmen?
Jana: No, not well. I mean, she came round the coffeehouse a few times, but she was always chatting up on her cell phone.
David: Huh. "Queen of the Multi-taskers."
Jana: Yeah. She was a crackerjack PR person. Everyone said she was the best at her job.
David: Yeah. But Carmen was much more than her job. She helped support her family, volunteered during her off-hours to work with kids.
Jana: Well that wasn't in the papers.
David: Well, that doesn't surprise me. Carmen loved children. Hoped to have a big family herself someday. She would've made a wonderful mother.
Jana: Oh. I am so sorry that I didn't get to know her better.
David: She was an amazing woman. Most of the people in his town don't even have a clue. This whole idea that she was some kind of a selfish home wrecker? Absolutely ridiculous. Carmen was nothing like that.
Dru: Do you hear what he's saying? Do you hear what he's saying, Sharon? He's just saying it to get back at me.
Sharon: Just don't even listen to him.
David: It's very difficult to accept the fact that her life, her future, was so brutally taken from her. That's why I had to come. To get justice.
Jana: Don't you think that the prosecutor wants that, too?
David: I think what the prosecutor wants is a conviction. And as I've told anyone who will listen, the authorities are charging the wrong person.
Dru: All right, that's it! I've had enough!
Dru: No! I did not kill Carmen!
David: Right. So you're willing to let your son take the rap, is that it?
Dru: What kind of monster-- what kind of monster do you think I am? Do you think I would let my son take that my son should take the rap? Do you think I would deliberately let that happen? I did not kill anybody! Now stay away from me!
Sharon: Dru, wait!
Will: Here you go.
Jill: Thank you, William.
Kay: Uh, I was just nothing but a stupid, selfish drunk. Now to see my actions come to this--it's...
Will: You don't know that you've done anything for certain.
Kay: Oh, come on. Those memories a very real, William. This is not just some leftover drunken fantasy.
Will: You know, I've seen people try to convince themselves they've done all sorts of things they haven't, while they were under the influence.
Will: The boy you knew and loved may very well have been Jill's son.
Jill: Look, I know we need to find answers, okay? But disturbing his grave just feels like we're violating his spirit.
Will: I promise you the situation will be handled with all due respect.
Jill: You know, he's buried on our property.
Kay: He's buried next to his father.
Will: If it'll make you feel better, I'll oversee the exhumation myself.
Victoria: Whatever happened between you and J.T. must've been pretty upsetting for you to move out.
Colleen: Well, you already know most of it. I mean, we weren't getting along. I wanted it to work out. And we tried, but it just didn't.
Victoria: I wish there was something I could do to make you feel better.
Colleen: You're already doing it. I mean, it really helps to have somebody to listen.
Victoria: That's good.
Victoria: I'm here for you whenever you need to talk, if you feel like talking. I'm just gonna get some more coffee. Are you sure you don't want some?
Colleen: Yeah, I'm positive. Thank you, though.
Victoria: I'll be right back.
Korbel: Hi, Colleen, it's Adrian. I, uh, wanted to see how you're doing.
Colleen: Oh, you know, just hanging in there.
Korbel: I'm worried about you.
Colleen: No, please, don't.
Korbel: I'd like to see you.
Colleen: You know what? I just--I can't. I don't wanna have big emotional breakdown in public.
Korbel: Well, then come to my apartment.
Colleen: I don't really think that's a good idea.
Korbel: I just wanna talk. Okay, look, if you don't wanna come by my place, maybe we can find someplace neutral.
Colleen: No, you know what? I'll--I'll be there. I'll just be there in a little while.
Victoria: Where were we?
Colleen: Um, you know what? Thank you so much for listening. That was really helpful. But I just--I have someplace to be. I'll drop off my stuff later if that's okay?
Victoria: Yeah, it's okay. It's fine. Do you want me to, um, help you-- (car approaching)
Victoria: One second.
Victoria: It's J.T.
Colleen: No, tell him I don't wanna see him.
Victoria: No, listen to me. I am not going to tell him. I don't wanna get caught between you two, so if you wanna tell him, you tell him yourself. I'll be upstairs if you need me.
J.T.: Colleen, I can see you in there. Come on open the door!
Colleen: How did you know that I was here?
J.T.: I talked to Devon. You forgot your charger.
Colleen: Thank you. Did you track me down just to give me this?
J.T.: I'm still trying to wrap my head around what happened.
Colleen: J.T., I told you, it was a mistake.
J.T.: You know, having sex with Korbel wasn't even the worst part of it. It's the fact that you had feelings for this guy for months and you lied to me about it. You played me, Colleen, you played me.
Colleen: No, no, no, J.T., I didn't play you. Look, I was very confused and I didn't wanna hurt you.
J.T.: Oh, well, deceiving me was a much better idea. What's your plan now, huh? What are you gonna do?
Colleen: Can we please not have this conversation?
J.T.: No, I mean, you really think that Korbel's gonna have a relationship with you? I mean, can you imagine Korbel bringing one of his students to a faculty function? Yeah, that's... I mean, come on, now that you're available, he's probably not even interested in you.
Colleen: That's nice. That's nice, J.T. You know what? I don't know what's gonna happen. But why don't you just log into my e-mail and go through it.
J.T.: You know, I don't even feel guilty about that. I don't. Because you sure as hell weren't gonna tell me.
Colleen: I couldn't. I didn't wanna lose you. I already told you.
J.T.: You told Lily. You told Lily everything about us, about Korbel--
Colleen: Yes, I told Lily. Okay, I did, because she was trying to help me figure it out. J.T., I tried-- I tried to tell you, but I--
J.T.: Well, you could've tried harder.
Jana: Male models?
Amber: In Africa.
Jana: I'd safari with that.
Amber: What about Kevin? Hmm?
Jana: Oh, shh, we won't tell him.
Amber: Is he the one?
Jana: He is the one... for now.
Amber: Are you madly in love?
Jana: Well, Kevin is wickedly funny. But what about you and the professor?
Amber: We're not seeing each other anymore.
Jana: Oh, really? That's too bad. He's cute.
Amber: He just wasn't for me.
Jana: Yeah, he did seem a little... tightly wound. But, you know, there's plenty of other guys out there. Like that handsome fellow that you came in with the other day.
Amber: Yeah. We're seeing each other later. We have a-a date.
Amber's voice: You sure took your sweet time getting back to me. Unacceptable, Romalotti. I'll forgive you this time, but don't do it again. Yes, definitely, let's hook up at Indigo.
Lily: Hi, Baby.
Daniel: Hey. Hey, yourself. Hey, what do you think-- what do you think about going to Indigo tonight for a double date?
Lily: Sure, that's fine.
Devon: Who you guys going out with?
Daniel: Uh, Amber and some guy.
Lily: You met Amber. She works with me at the boutique, remember?
Devon: Oh, yeah, the blonde girl, right? She's, uh she's cute.
Lily: Well, I mean, she's not my type, so...
Devon: They got you working in here now, Daniel?
Daniel: Yeah, Dru wants me to write up this summary before I go on my next mail run.
Devon: Mmm. The glamorous life of an intern.
Lily: Hey, where is Mom? I thought that we would stop by and see how she was doing.
Daniel: I haven't seen her this morning.
Devon: People have been giving her the evil eye ever since Leanna love's big TV exposé.
Dru: Hello? Hello?
Kay: I, uh... I wonder if they've started.
Jill: It's funny. We worked so hard to put the past behind us and here we are... digging it all up again.
Kay: Oh, uh... would you like more tea, Jill?
Jill: Katherine, a cup of tea is not go a make me forget that at this very moment they are exhuming the body of my son-- or the boy that I loved as my son.
Kay: All right, now if the DNA test proves that Phillip-- or the man in that grave-- is not related to us, will not stop searching until we find that young man. Amber?
Amber: Hello, Mrs. Chancellor.
Jill: Hello, Amber.
Amber: It's nice to see you again.
Jill: Um, we were just in the middle of something here.
Amber: Oh. Um, sorry, I -- I didn't mean to intrude. Another time.
Kay: "The money went to violets."
Amber: What does that mean?
Cane: A woman named Violet took me in as a baby. But she died two weeks after bringing me home. Her brother raised me. I never knew where I was originally from.
Jill: Phillip knows what you did.
Kay: Well, I'm certainly glad he does, because I have no idea what Sylvia Browne is talking about.
Jill: He knows what you did and he forgives you.
Amber: I really wish we could help each other. My friend has a son, but she kept him.
Cane: You find a lot of dead ends when searching for answers that have no definitive beginning.
Kay: I don't remember hurting Phillip, but evidently I must have.
Cane: She lost her son; I lost my parents.
Amber.: Yeah, I'm helping her find somebody.
Victoria: I, um... I didn't realize that things had gotten so bad.
Colleen: Yeah, it actually couldn't be any worse. I told you the truth before, but there's actually more.
Victoria: Colleen... are you pregnant?
Colleen: No! No, no, that's not it.
Colleen: Actually I, I cheated on J.T.
Victoria: Oh, um...
Victoria: Is it someone that you want to... to be with?
Colleen: I don't know.
Victoria: A friend?
Colleen: Kind of, but not exactly.
Victoria: Did it mean something to you?
Colleen: It did. It did. But we're not-- I mean, we're not seeing each other. Not in that way, but we are because he's in my life. But..
Colleen: Adrian Korbel.
Dru: Listen, you kids, um, you do not need to be following me around. I'm perfectly fine.
Lily: Well, can't I come by and hello to my favorite mother?
Dru: What about class, favorite daughter?
Lily: I don't have class till later.
Devon: Don't look at me, 'cause I work here.
Lily: Listen, Mom, I know you better that. I know that you're not perfectly fine.
Dru: Okay, look. I behaved abominably. And more importantly, I put you kids in harm's way. I am so sorry.
Lily: Mom, you haven't done anything to us.
Sharon: Dru, I was looking at my schedule-- hey.
Devon: Hey, Sharon.
Sharon: What, no school today?
Devon: You got "Mom" written all over you, just like her.
Sharon: Oh, well, you know, we all get the same instruction manual.
Sharon: I, uh, I was looking at my schedule. And I can take some of your interviews if you'd like.
Dru: Are you serious, Sharon?
Dru: That would be fantastic.
Sharon: No problem.
Dru: Hello, Drucilla Winters.
Sharon: Is that another hang-up?
Lily: Wait, is that David Chow guy still messing with you?
Dru: Knock it off! Okay, if you're trying to intimidate me, you can't do it. If you have something to say, then just say it.
Jana: This is Jana from Crimson Lights.
Dru: Oh. Oh, hey, Baby, I thought it was somebody else.
Jana: Oh, that's all right. I'm just calling 'cause you left your gloves at the house. I'll just leave 'em behind the counter in case I'm not here when you come in.
Dru: Thank you. Thank you so much. Wow.
Lily: Mom, is somebody harassing you?
Dru: Honey, it's just-- it seems like some hang-up Honey, no biggie.
Devon: You sound stressed out.
Dru: Well, you know, I'm a little.
Devon: Bye, Sharon.
Colleen: It was only one--one time. It was the night of the ice storm.
Victoria: And you were stuck on campus together.
Colleen: Yeah, we were alone in his office.
Victoria: I remember you acting strangely around Adrian the next day.
Colleen: Yeah. Now you know why.
Victoria: Colleen... did he force you into anything?
Colleen: No! Look, I knew that it was wrong and I did it anyway.
Victoria: Yes, well, I have a few choice words for Adrian Korbel.
Colleen: No, no, please don't say anything to him, Vicki. Look, I don't want him getting in trouble. He's a good guy.
Victoria: Good? He's a good guy?
Colleen: Yes. Yes.
Victoria: So good that he slept with one of his students.
Colleen: He was very concerned about me.
Victoria: Oh, really? He was so concerned. If he was so concerned, this wouldn't have happened in the first place. I'm sure that Adrian has had students come to him before. He knows better than this.
Colleen: Okay, well, you know what? I knew that it was wrong, too.
Victoria: I'm sorry. I can only imagine what you must've been through the last few weeks.
Colleen: Yeah, it hasn't been fun.
Victoria: So what are you gonna do? Are you gonna see him again?
Colleen: No, I don't think so.
Victoria: Good. Good, you should, uh... you should stay away from that man. You should distance yourself from him.
Colleen: I know. I know, I crossed a line.
Victoria: That's only part of it. Aside from the fact that Adrian is not an honorable man, being involved with him could be dangerous.
Colleen: Adrian is not a dangerous person.
Victoria: You don't know that. He could be trouble.
Colleen: What? Why would you say that?
Victoria: Because of his interest in the Grugeon collection.
Victoria: You know that business trip that your dad's on?
Colleen: What about it?
Victoria: He's in Switzerland with Victor.
Colleen: Is that where they're looking for the Grugeon reliquary?
Victoria: Yeah, well, it's a starting point. And, um, they're hoping to find some answers.
Colleen: Promise me you'll tell me everything when you speak to my dad.
Victoria: I will.
Colleen: Oh, and don't tell him about me. I don't want him to worry.
Victoria: No, you can-- you can tell him yourself when he gets home. Don't worry. There's something I want you to do for me.
Victoria: Would you please play it safe? Don't see Adrian.
Lily: Dude, mom's seriously losing it.
Devon: Well, wouldn't you lose it a little bit if some freak was trying to scare you?
Lily: Well, I mean, you think she's right?
Devon: Thanks. About what? That David Chow guy calling and hanging up?
Devon: Yeah, definitely.
Sharon: And later this week, Fenmore's is having that huge blowout sale, remember?
Dru: Oh, right, right.
Sharon: 75% off.
Dru: Consider me there. Look at that freak sitting there.
Sharon: Dru, you know, just forget it.
Dru: No, no. You know what, man? You oughta be ashamed of yourself, trying to scare me.
David: What are you talking about?
Dru: Oh, don't act dumb. I know you've been trying to call me.
David: I haven't called you. I haven't called anyone. I've been sitting here reading my newspaper.
Dru: Right, right.
Dru: That-- give me those gloves. Thank you. That doesn't mean that he hasn't been using a cell phone.
Jana: Look, I didn't see him on his phone.
Sharon: Dru, come on. Let's just go back to work.
Dru: No, I'm not convinced.
Sharon: You're not gonna get a straight answer out of this guy,
David: All right, I'll tell you what. Here, take my coat.
Dru: Why do I want your coat?
David: Because I wanna stop you from harassing me. Here.
Dru: Oh, please.
David: Go ahead. Check the pockets.
Dru: That's a good one.
David: See if you find a cell phone.
Dru: Oh, probably on the inside. Okay, so maybe you don't have a cellphone here. Maybe you stashed it somewhere.
David: All right, here. See? No cell phone. I left it back in my apartment.
Dru: I still don't believe you.
Sharon: Okay, all right, that's enough. Let's--let's go. Dru, that's enough.
David: Thank you.
Jana: That's all right.
Jill: I should've brought Phillip home from school earlier. I should've made more of an effort to turn things around.
Kay: You weren't ready.
Jill: I missed out on so much.
Kay: You know, for a while the two of you grew close. It was after he returned from boarding school that... that was before things turned sour again.
Jill: Yeah, but that was an aberration. It wasn't the norm.
Kay: He loved you very much. Despite the issues, you really would've worked things out.
Kay: Do you remember how he used to tease you about your music.
Jill: Oh, he could never understand why I loved the Beatles.
Kay: How he loved to listen to that horrible heavy metal music, if you can call that music.
Jill: Yeah, and never the twain would meet.
Kay: What was the name of that group?
Kay: Poison. How could I ever forget that? I remember watching the two of you one day, thinking I'd never ever seen you that close before. There would've been more of those times if...
Jill: He hadn't been taken from me so soon.
Amber: "Phillip Chancellor-- born December 25, 1976. Died in a drunk driving accident. The only child of Phillip Chancellor II, founder of Chancellor Industries."
Amber: Hey, it's Amber. What are you up to?
Amber: In, like, ten minutes?
Cane: Well, uh, I was thinking about jetting down to Mexico to catch a bullfight. Only problem is I'm not very good in the morning without a caffeine jolt. And, uh, I'm out of coffee.
Amber: Well, I would love to buy you a cup.
Lily: Uh... you're mad.
J.T.: Yeah, you could say that.
Lily: At me?
J.T.: What do you think, Lily?
Lily: What happened is not my fault, so don't blame me.
J.T.: You conspired with Colleen. What, do you get in listening to her talk about her professor?
Lily: Okay, you are way out of line.
J.T.: Why didn't you tell me?
Lily: Because I am not gonna get in the middle of you two
J.T.: Oh, like you didn't get in the middle of it with Colleen over my one-nighter with Victoria?
Lily: That is completely different! Colleen's my best friend. And I will always look out for her. And she would do the same for me.
J.T.: Oh, yeah, I bet she would. She'd probably lie to Daniel if you wanted to sleep with somebody else.
Daniel: Whoa! J.T., are you talking smack to my old lady?
J.T.: Did Lily tell you what's been going on?
Daniel: Yeah, I know.
Lily: Yeah, we don't keep secrets from each other.
J.T.: Great. Well, I'm the only one that didn't know.
Daniel: Look, J.T., what happened between Colleen and Korbel--it sucks, okay? But don't blame Lily. Dude, you wanna blame someone... blame Korbel.
Korbel: Come in.
Korbel: How you doing?
Colleen: Oh, you know, it's all good. You know what the best part about this is?
Korbel: Uh, what?
Colleen: I'm too upset to eat.
Korbel: The post break-up diet.
Colleen: It works um... I'm not at the loft anymore.
Korbel: Where are you staying?
Colleen: I moved back home. I stayed with Lily last night, though.
Korbel: Um... I was... I was looking through your paper again last night. I'm really impressed with how good it was. See?
Colleen: Thank you.
Korbel: You should stick with it.
Colleen: Oh, I will. I love art history, so...
Korbel: Well, it shows. And you were definitely the best assistant I've ever had.
Colleen: Well, of course, I was.
Korbel: You know, if you're, uh, if you're not in a hurry to get anywhere, I could really use your help.
Colleen: Don't you have an assistant?
Korbel: Yeah, I, uh... had one for a couple hours.
Colleen: Uh-oh. What happened?
Korbel: I think I scared him away.
Colleen: Oh, because you're such a scary guy. What do you need?
Korbel: Reorganizing my slides.
Colleen: All right, let me see 'em.
Kay: Uh, no, no, I'm not coming in today. Well, if it's that important, you can reach me on my cell. Okay, fine.
Kay: Jill... no matter what we learn today about Phillip... he will always be our Phillip.
Jill: He will.
Jana: You've been glued to that screen all morning.
Amber: I'm trying to solve a mystery.
Jana: Ooh, I love mysteries. Is it at violet thing you were talking about the other day?
Jana: So did you ever figure it out?
Amber: I've made some progress.
Jana: Well, look, I'm very good at solving mysteries, so if you ever need any help, just let me know.
Amber: I'll remember that.
Jill: I wonder what kind of man Phillip would be today if he'd been able to work through some of his anger and his bitterness.
Kay: Oh, he was so intelligent and kind. Wicked, wicked sense of humor.
Jill: Oh, he did, didn't he?
Kay: Underneath, a very sensitive soul. I would've loved to have him work alongside me at Chancellor.
Jill: I wish he'd had the chance to overcome some of those emotional scars-- most of which I gave him.
Kay: If it turns out the child that you gave birth to is still out there...
Jill: I can't even imagine what he'd be like.
Kay: He'd probably look like his father. Could even be a businessman.
Jill: Or a plumber.
Kay: He could even have children.
Jill: You and your crazy dreams. We're sitting her fantasizing about somebody that probably doesn't even exist.
Cane: Hey there, gorgeous.
Amber: You came!
Cane: How could I say no to a free cup of coffee?
Dru: Sharon, I know for a fact that that was David Chow who called!
Sharon: I don't know how it could've been him, Dru? He didn't have a phone on him.
Dru: I know it's him that's calling, okay?! And we're gonna call the phone company and I'm gonna get the call traced and we're gonna prove once and for all he's a freak!
Sharon: It was just some random weirdo calling for you. Stop answering it! I'm telling you. (Cell phone ringing)
Dru: I can't help it. How am I supposed to stop calling--it's blocked.
Sharon: Great. Don't answer it.
Sharon: Dru! Hey! Hey!
Dru: Sharon! Oh, my God! Did you just see her?
Sharon: No. Who?
Dru: Carmen was just there! She was just there! Did you see her?
Sharon: No it couldn't have been Carmen.
Dru: No, it was her. I saw her! I saw her!
Sharon: It’s not .
Dru: Didn't you see her?!
Sharon: Listen to me, Honey, I didn't see anybody here.
Dru: You didn't?
Sharon: It must've just been someone who looked like Carmen.
Victoria: I'm glad I ran into you.
J.T.: I just dropped off those personnel reports Victor said he wanted.
Victoria: You know, I was home when Colleen dropped by this morning.
J.T.: So she told you?
Victoria: Yeah. She's moving back home.
J.T.: Figured she would.
Victoria: I'm really sorry, J.T.
J.T.: Why? Why are you sorry? It's not your fault she did this. Look, Colleen and I-- we'd been arguing on and off for a while. It seemed like everything I did was wrong. You know, she... she was always mad at me about something. So I thought... thought if I could just... if I could just figure out what the problem was and fix it, everything would be all right. It never occurred to me that... Colleen and that...
Victoria: Hey. I'm sorry.
Korbel: Where's this one go?
Colleen: Mmm, right here, actually.
Korbel: And this?
Colleen: What's that one?
Korbel: Um, "Book of Keels."
Colleen: Uh, here, give it to me. Thank you.
Korbel: Oh, I promised you coffee.
Colleen: Yes, you did.
Korbel: And maybe if you have a bagel or something?
Colleen: So much for my break-up diet.
Korbel: I'm sure I do.
Colleen: Thank you.
Korbel: I'll be right back.
Sharon: And don't forget, after work, we're going shopping today at Fenmore's.
Dru: Yeah, I know. Hi, kids.
Lily: Hey, did you get your gloves, Mom?
Dru: Yeah, yeah, I got 'em.
Lily: Well, what's wrong? You look upset.
Dru: No, I'm--I'm fine.
Devon: Did you run into that David Chow guy again?
Dru: Listen, kids, kids, I got the gloves, okay? Everything's fine.
Will: The exhumation was completed.
Jill: Thank you, William, for personally taking care of this.
Kay: The results of the DNA test-- how long will that take?
Will: Uh, I can't give you an exact time frame. It depends on how busy the lab is.
Jill: Were you there when they reburied his body?
Will: Yes. He's been laid to rest.
Amber: Triple shot for your morning caffelevation.
Cane: And I think I'll need it to keep up with you.
Amber: I'm a very mellow person.
Cane: Oh, and I'm the King of Djibouti.
Amber: What are you talking about about my--
Cane: No, no, Djibouti. It's a county on, uh, eastern Africa.
Amber: Oh. Of course.
Amber: So you said "Cane" is short for Hurricane?
Amber: 'Cause you're a force of nature?
Cane: Oh, so we're stealing my lines now, huh?
Amber: Oh, yeah. I'd file that one under "corny pick-up lines I'll never use again."
Cane: It's that bad?
Amber: Trust me..
Cane: I would've thought you would get lines like that all the time.
Amber: Mmm. Usually my men are a little bit more creative.
Cane: Oh, ouch!
Amber: So... what's your birthstone?
Cane: Don't you mean my sign?
Amber: I wanna know what I'm getting you for your birthday.
Cane: Presents? I'm getting presents? Well, uh, I don't know what my birthstone is.
Amber: Well, when were you born?
Amber: December-- two days before Christmas 1976.
Amber: Blue topaz. And you are a Capricorn.
Cane: And you sound happy.
Amber: I am. That means you're a sun sign.
Cane: What does that mean?
Amber: It means we're a really good match.
Will: Here's the address. Room 204.
Jill: Okay, I'll stop by there this afternoon and give them a DNA sample.
Will: Okay. Bye, Katherine.
Kay: Thank you, William.
Will: Oh, you're very welcome. I'll call you later.
Kay: I wonder if the results of the DNA test will be the end of our journey... or just the beginning.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Paul: The more time I spend around you, the more difficult it is to leave.
Amber: Did you make any progress searching for your mom?
Cane: There's nothing new.
Jack: Everybody should have as good a supportive friend
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