Y&R Transcript Wednesday 1/31/07 -- Canada; Thursday 2/1/07 -- U.S.A.
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Korbel: Colleen, I wasn't, uh, expecting to see you tonight.
Colleen: I know. I had to bring you these. They're your lecture notes.
Korbel: I didn't even realize they were missing.
Colleen: Yeah, they got mixed up with my stuff. And I know that you like to review them the night before.
Colleen: Yeah. Now that you have them, I probably should go, though. So...
Korbel: Yeah. You know, I was, uh, I was just making tea. It's cold out there. Would you like to stay for a cup?
Colleen: Sure. Yeah.
Nikki: Oh, Katherine, I'm sorry I'm late. The traffic was terrible.
Kay: That's all right.
Nikki: Well, you said you had news. Is it the DNA results?
Kay: Mm-hmm. Phillip was not the biological son of Jill.
Nikki: Oh, no. My God, I'm sorry.
Kay: No, please don't be. I did this to myself. Were I Jill, I would never, never forgive me.
Neil: Hey, you.
Neil: Want a bite to eat before Michael gets here?
Dru: I have to finish this report, Neil.
Neil: What you working on?
Dru: Um, a little ditty that I inherited from Carmen. Yeah, I have to handle all these recommendations for the '07 convention for Newman, okay?
Neil: '07 convention? You, um, you sent me that already.
Dru: I did not. It's not finished, Neil. Look at it.
Neil: Yeah, it sure is. You--I received it this morning.
Phyllis: Hey, Darling! We're gonna take a lot of pictures for your daddy like I said. He's away on his business trip. Smile pretty. Smile pretty for the camera.
Phyllis: Oh! Look at that! Look at that! Look how pretty you are! Your daddy's gonna love these.
Nick: Any word from the senator?
Jack: Just got confirmation from his office a few minutes ago.
Nick: Let's go over that proposal one more time. I'd like to wrap this up so I can go home.
Jack: Well, if you are in such a hurry, maybe you shouldn't have left home in the first place.
Nick: You wanna see the cutest little girl in the world?
Jack: Look, you wanted to be part of this meeting. What do you say we keep focused on business?
Paul: Just hold on, Maggie. Just hold on.
Sullivan: Does anybody know about this...
Paul: About this place? Ah someone will come. I promise you, everything's gonna be fine.
Michael: Lauren, have you seen a folder?
Michael: Yes! Thank you, thank you! Look, I am gonna try to stop by the warehouse and check up on Paul thank you-- and Sheila before I go to the Winters.
Lauren: oh, Honey, let me get this. You know what? I'm really concerned about Paul and everything that he's been going through these past few months.
Michael: Well, at least he has a handle on containing Sheila. I mean, he knows what she's capable of.
Sullivan: Paul, who's that woman?
Paul: Um, Sheila Carter.
Sullivan: I know that name. Why does she look like--?
Paul: Phyllis Newman?
Paul: She had plastic surgery to look like her. I should've killed her before she had a chance to hurt somebody else.
Michael: Oh, I am running so late. I'm not gonna be able to stop by the warehouse.
Lauren: You know, I wonder if Paul needs anything. Maybe I'll just drop by some dinner.
Michael: Oh, absolutely not. I don't want you anywhere near Sheila. And I'm sure Paul doesn't either.
Lauren: I'm not gonna stay.
Michael: You're not gonna go.
Lauren: Michael, I'm concerned as to what all this stress is doing to Paul.
Michael: Look, Paul has been handling this situation on his own for months. I'm sure-- trust me-- if he needs anything, he will call.
Paul: You okay? You keep a lot of pressure on that wound. All right? Maggie? Maggie?
Sullivan: Oh, it's just... I'm a cop. I should've known better than let my guard down like that.
Paul: Well, she's a good actress. You couldn't have known better.
Sullivan: Now she's running around with my gun. It's all my fault.
Paul: You wanna blame someone, pick a number. I'm first in line.
Paul: What's the matter? I know. That hurts, huh?
Paul: It really hurts. You gotta breathe for me, okay? That-a girl. Maggie?
Sullivan: What is this place?
Paul: Oh... this is an exact replica of Lauren and Michael's nursery. Sheila was gonna keep Lauren and her baby in here. But I figured it out and caught Sheila in her own web.
Sullivan: Now I know why you couldn't tell me about your case.
Paul: Well, I was keeping it secret for a reason. I had a pretty good idea somebody was gonna get hurt.
Sullivan: Okay, tough guy. You know I'm gonna have to arrest you when we get out of here, right?
Paul: It would be my pleasure.
Paul: I'll tell you what, I'll even turn myself in after we, uh, recapture Sheila.
Neil: Okay, here's the report.
Dru: Who sent it to you?
Neil: Honey, you did.
Dru: Honey, open it up.
Neil: It's open.
Dru: Okay, whoa, whoa, whoa, I did not send that to you, Neil, I swear to you. It did not happen.
Neil: Hey... you know, Baby, you have been under a tremendous amount of stress lately. Maybe it just slipped your mind.
Dru: No, no, no, Neil, Neil, I would--I would know, okay, if I sent you a report. I would remember it!
Neil: You think someone hacked into your account?
Dru: Well, obviously. David Chow was at the office today. Wouldn't put it past him.
Neil: Okay, well, this is what we're gonna do. I'm gonna contact IT maybe whoever hacked into your account left a cyber trail that we can trace.
Neil: Don't worry about it, all right?
Neil: Don't worry about it.
Cane: Hey, Gorgeous. What's your pleasure?
Jana: That's a dangerous question. It's a very long list.
Cane: Why don't you start at the top of that list?
Jana: Beer. Whatever you've got. You're that new, um, Aussie bloke that Amber met on the internet, right?
Cane: Yeah. She's a real charmer, that one.
Jana: So how'd you end up in Genoa City?
Cane: How'd you?
Jana: Just got in my car and drove here. Seemed as good a place as any. You got friends?
Cane: I'm making one right now, aren't I?
Jana: Ooh, a man of mystery.
Kevin: Well, you've already got one of those.
Jana: Hey, you remember Cane, right?
Kevin: Yeah, sure, how you do g?
Cane: How you doing?
Kevin: Can I, uh, have you throw another beer on the barbie?
Nikki: You're gonna have to give Jill time to sort through her feelings.
Kay: All the time we have spent making peace? No, I have to find the young man, Nikki, I have to.
Nikki: Katherine, he could be anywhere-- anywhere. He might not even know he's adopted.
Kay: Nikki, I never said it was going to be easy.
Nikki: I just don't want you to get your hopes up. Because it just might not be possible to find him after all these years.
Kay: But I've got to try.
[Cell phone rings]
Kay: Oh. Yes, hello?
JT: Mrs. Chancellor, its JT.
Kay: Do you have any news?
JT: Yeah, I'd like to meet with you, bring you up to date.
Kay: Well, there's no better time than right now.
Kay: I'm at Indigo.
JT: I'll be there in a few.
Kay: Good. Uh, I have JT Hellstrom working on this for me. It, um... well, he's coming over right now, so...
Nikki: Well, maybe there is hope after all.
Colleen: So when did you decide that you wanted to become an art professor?
Korbel: Well, beautiful things have always taken my breath away.
Colleen: Thank you.
Korbel: When I was in high school, I read this book...
Colleen: Oh, really? Just one book?
Korbel: Well, this one book hadn't been checked out in years. It was Fernand Braudel's "The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean world in the age of Phillip II."
Colleen: Yes, I'm familiar with Braudel.
Korbel: He was the greatest historian of the 20th century. He had a different way of analyzing the past by looking through the eyes of the people who lived it. So great civilizations were filtered through, uh, the technologies and skills of human history... from a sea captain's log to a metalworker forging a knife blade.
Colleen: You make history seem so exciting.
Korbel: Well, Braudel made it exciting. I pursued a degree and when I was forced into taking a TA job, I found my love for teaching.
Colleen: Well, that shows. I mean, students are constantly flocking into your classes.
Korbel: Well, I have the best of both worlds. I get to share my passion for art and travel and see the world's most beautiful treasures.
(Cell phone ringing)
Colleen: Oh, it's Lily.
Korbel: Oh, go ahead.
Colleen: Thanks. Hello? Yeah, is that okay? Okay, no, thank you so much. You have no idea how much I appreciate that. No, no, just until I find my own place, I promise. Okay, all right, I'll see you soon. Bye.
Korbel: I, uh, I thought you moved back home.
Colleen: Um, that didn't really work out too well.
Korbel: You know, I'm sorry that what happened between us has impacted your life so much.
Colleen: No, hey, it's not your fault.
Korbel: Yes, it is. Because of me, you broke up with JT and moved out.
Colleen: Okay, we can play that, too. Because of me, JT is running around town telling everyone that you're a murderer.
Korbel: No, no, that... that is Jana's fault. She gave JT the articles.
Colleen: Okay, but still, JT wouldn't be as accepting of what Jana was saying if it weren't for me.
Korbel: Okay. Call it a tie.
Colleen: Okay, that seems fair.
Korbel: My God, I just-- I hate the fact that I cause a rift between you and your father. Once again, you're moving out.
Colleen: My dad and Victoria-- they don't see me as an adult. They treat me like I'm 13. It was never gonna work out.
Korbel: Colleen, I've been thinking.
Korbel: Um, there's this brilliant new professor starting this semester.
Colleen: The high gothic class?
Korbel: Yeah. I think you should take the class.
Colleen: You know what? I was actually thinking about taking it next semester.
Korbel: Well, if you'd like, I can arrange an immediate transfer out of my class.
Jana: God, what a great life you've had, living carefree under the stars. No responsibilities.
Kevin: Why'd you leave?
Cane: My mum died when I was a baby, so I got shipped off to live with my, uh, reclusive uncle in the outback.
Jana: You're tracking down your birth mother?
Cane: I'm trying to. But I haven't got that much to go on. All I know is that my adopted mom's name is Violet.
Kay: I gave the baby to someone named Violet. Jeffrey Todd, please tell you found her, please.
JT: Well, I've looked at the phone records and the census records for, uh, two years.
Nikki: There's gotta be something more you can do, isn't there?
JT: Well, I-- I did find a record for V. Stanley.
Cane: Can I get you anything, mate?
JT: No, I'm good, thanks.
Nikki: Oh, no, we're fine,
JT: So I'll work on tracking down this Stanley person. But, uh, I gotta be honest with you, Mrs. Chancellor, it's a long shot.
Phyllis: And who is this? Who is this? Who's that right there? Who's that? That's your daddy. Who is that handsome man right there? That's your daddy. And... who's that? Oh, it's Daddy again! Daddy's away on a business trip. Remember? You wanna call him? Let's call Daddy and tell him we miss him.
Nick: The pictures are great.
Jack: Uh, let me talk to Phyllis while you've got her on the phone.
Nick: Um, hold on, Jack wants to talk to you.
Phyllis: Okay, put him on.
Jack: Hey, have you seen the new mock-ups on the ad campaign?
Phyllis: Uh, no, not yet.
Jack: I thought you told me you were on top of that.
Phyllis: Yeah, I am. Darius said he'd have 'em in my office by tomorrow.
Jack: If we don't make this deadline...
Jack: We'll talk about this later, all right?
Phyllis: Hi. Listen, let me tell you something, I love you and I miss you, but honestly, I'm glad I'm not in Madison with you and Jack.
Nick: Yeah, I don't blame you.
Paul: She's got this thing taped. I think its keyed open. She's been listening to every little word we've said.
Sullivan: Yeah, I forgot to tell you. I've been a little preoccupied.
Sullivan: You want me to get that?
Paul: Oh, very funny. I can't reach it.
Paul: Okay... let's see how reliant Sheila is with this thing.
Sheila: Paul? Sounds like you found the transmitter. That's too bad. I really enjoyed hearing you panic.
Sullivan: Well, that didn't take too long.
Paul: Sheila... Sheila, do the right thing. What more do you want now? You're free. Call 9-1-1 and get an ambulance for Maggie.
Sheila: Oh, get Maggie to the hospital? Like you did for me?
Paul: Listen, it's not Maggie's fault. She's not responsible for what I did.
Sheila: Well, it sounds like you're suffering a little more than Maggie is.
Paul: You weren't gonna die and you know it. I wasn't gonna let you die. Sheila, you do the right thing! You get her to a hospital now!
Sheila: You know, Paul, I'd love to talk to you more, but I gotta run. I got things to do, people to see, places to go.
Paul: Sheila, you come back!
Dru: Okay, so IT is gonna freeze my account pending an investigation.
Neil: Honey, don't worry about it. We'll find out whoever hacked into your account.
Dru: I have such a headache.
Neil: I know, Baby. It's okay.
Dru: That feels so good. Thank you.
Dru: Oh, gosh, thank you so much, Honey.
Neil: I'm gonna get that. I'll be right back.
Neil: Hey, Michael.
Michael: Hey, Neil.
Neil: What's up?
Dru: Hey, Michael.
Michael: Hi, Drucilla.
Dru: Can I get your coat?
Michael: I've got it. No problem.
Neil: Okay, so how did your meeting go with Devon?
Michael: Oh, good, good. All he needs is a good night's rest before jury selection starts tomorrow.
Neil: What exactly are you looking for in a juror?
Michael: Oh, that's a good question. Well, first and foremost, people I can communicate with. I want leaders, not followers. How do they make decisions-- based on what their told, or on their own analysis? I mean, just because William Bardwell says something is true does not make it so, huh?
Dru: Well, we know that's right.
Neil: Yeah, sure. Hey, why don't you go lay down for a while? You can hear everything from the couch.
Dru: Yeah, I got a splitting headache, Michael, I'm sorry.
Michael: It's all right. Listen, this case--family-- family's gonna be very important. I need jurors with strong moral values-- a strong moral sense.
Neil: Right, right.
Michael: That'll be able to connect with this whole-- I mean, especially that you as a couple adopted Devon so recently.
Jack: Thank you for agreeing to meet with us again Senator. It goes without saying this project is terribly important to us.
Carter: Well, I don't see how I can help you, Gentlemen.
Nick: We would like to make another proposal.
Carter: I'm willing to listen.
Jack: We have scaled back the size of this particular retreat, designating several acres of land for a public park and nature sanctuary.
Nick: The latest unemployment figures indicate a business the size of NVP would be very good for the community.
Jack: As well as draw other businesses to the area.
Carter: Take it up with the zoning commission.
Jack: Uh, all due respect, Senator, without your recommendation, we don't have much of a shot there.
Carter: Well, this is substantially the same proposal. I-I haven't changed my mind.
Jack: Think long and hard before you walk away from this. This is my final offer.
Carter: Uh-huh. We're done here, Gentlemen.
Nick: Even though it would benefit your constituents?
Carter: Well, that is your opinion.
Nick: I don't think you give a damn about your constituents, as long as your contributors are happy.
Carter: I do plenty for my citizens.
Nick: Sir, the Newman family has always supported you.
Carter: Yes, and I've shown my appreciation in the past. You have nothing to complain about.
Nick: Well, I guess we haven't supported you as much as the megabuck guys who have you in their pocket to block development.
Jack: Nicholas-- Nicholas, could I handle this? Senator--
Carter: This deal of yours... will never go through. I'll see myself out.
Jack: What, are you crazy? Going after him like that? He was going to negotiate.
Nick: He wasn't gonna negotiate anything. That guy wasn't gonna budge. You dropped the ball, Jack.
Colleen: Thanks for the tea.
Korbel: Please think about the class.
Colleen: I will probably take it next semester. But I do wanna finish your class first.
Korbel: Well, if you change your mind...
Colleen: I won't.
Paul: Sheila, where the hell are you? You answer me right now.
Sullivan: If she's smart, she's on her way out of Genoa City by now.
Sullivan: This is gonna leave one hell of a scar. I think my bikini-wearing days are over.
Paul: Well, not if I have anything to say about it. You know, scars are sexy. I got a few of my own.
Sullivan: I know.
Paul: Sheila?! You like playing games? I'm playing games. You answer me now.
Sullivan: Paul, it's only a matter of time before somebody finds us.
Paul: I know.
Sullivan: She's probably far, far away by now.
[Knocking at Phyllis’s door]
[Phyllis opens the door and its Sheila (looking like her)]
Jack: Yes, my name is Jack Abbott. I'd like to speak to an agent if I may. It is in regards to a case of political corruption.
[Nick calls home]
Nick: Jack's a jerk.
Sheila: It's not the first time, it won't be the last.
Nick: Taking this business trip was a huge mistake. I can't wait to come home tomorrow.
Sheila: I can't wait either.
[Phyllis is tied up in a chair]
Cane: So my uncle was into one get rich quick scheme after another.
Jana: Really? What sort of things did he do?
Cane: Uh, opal mining, goat farming. I ran a tour for tourist overnight through Kakadu National park as well.
Jana: Oh, sounds like fun.
Cane: Guess again. The smell didn't really attract the ladies. But I do know how to say, "If you value your life, do not feed the wild animals" in eight different languages.
Kevin: Well, that should do the trick.
Jana: So do you know anything about your birth father?
Cane: Only that he was, um, he was very good looking.
Jana: Oh, how do you know that?
Kevin: You know, narcissism--that's, uh, that's another genetic trait. Excuse me.
Nikki: So what are you saying? There's no way to track this Stanley person down?
JT: Well, it's not a total bust. But there could be a lot of dead ends.
Kay: Just a moment. Are you trying to talk me out of this investigation, JT?
JT: Mrs. Chancellor, I like eating, so you wanna keep me in groceries, that's fine with me.
Kay: Then keep looking.
JT: You're the boss. Ladies.
Jana: JT! Tell me you've found out more about Professor Korbel.
Korbel: Thanks again for bringing by the lecture notes.
Colleen: It was my pleasure.
Korbel: I guess I'll see you in class.
Colleen: Yeah, see ya.
JT: There's no new information on Korbel.
Jana: Why so glum?
JT: You know, Jana, you're a really cool girl. You really are.
Jana: Oh, well, how very astute of you.
JT: And you've got great instincts on everybody else. But I just-- I don't understand why you hang out with a guy that's such a loser.
Jana: I beg your pardon?
JT: Listen, I don't need to do any more investigating to know that Kevin Fisher is capable of murder.
Jana: Now you just wait a minute. Just because your girlfriend dumped you doesn't mean you can come down on Kevin like that. I mean, we've all done things we're not proud of. I bet you're not Mr. Perfect, either.
JT: You know, if I were you, I would just watch--
Jana: And if I were you, I'd keep quiet. Whatever Kevin was like before, that's not who he is now.
JT: Watch your back.
Michael: So any questions?
Neil: Um, no, none.
Neil: Oh, look at her. She's sleeping. She's been, uh, kinda stressed out lately.
Michael: I'm still debating whether or not to put her on the witness stand.
Dru: I have eyes. You want my man so bad you're practically drooling.
Carmen: That is it. I have had enough. You need to back off!
Dru: Oh, really? Oh, really?
Carmen: You know what? This is a working environment!
Neil: Hey, hey, hey, stop, stop it! Stop!
Carmen: If you ever defame my character again in a public place, you'll be hearing from my attorney. These clothes are ruined! What is wrong with you?
Dru: How does it feel? How does it feel to have someone intrude on your life and take away your husband?
Carmen: Are you kidding me? No, you are insane!
Carmen: I'm calling the police!
Dru: Now if you think that you're gonna send me-- get over here!
Dru: If you think that you're gonna send me out of town so that you can have another opportunity with my husband, you are more twisted than I thought!
Sheila: Hey, Lauren, it's Phyllis.
Lauren: Hey, how are you?
Sheila: Oh, I'm lonely. Nick's out of town and Summer won't play Parcheesi with me. She's napping.
Lauren: Oh, I'm in the same boat. Yeah, Michael's working till I don't know when.
Sheila: Oh, why's that?
Lauren: Devon's trial start tomorrow. So it's a big day for him.
Sheila: Hey, why don't you and the little guy come over? And we can commiserate.
[Sheila is pointing a gun at the baby as she talks to Lauren on the phone]
Lauren: Oh, I'd love to get together, but Fen's sleeping right now.
Sheila: Oh, please. This is the first time Nick and I have been separated since Summer was born. I could use a friend.
Lauren: All right, well, when Fen wakes up, I'll give you a call. I promise.
Scofield: Agents Scofield and Sands.
Jack: Please come in.
Jack: I believe Senator Bodi is trying to block a legitimate business deal that I've been trying to close.
Scofield: To what end?
Jack: Senator Bodi is corrupt. He is peddling influence.
Scofield: Any solid proof to back that up?
Jack: No, but I can help you get it.
Sands: Would you be willing to wear a wire, Mr. Abbott?
Jack: If it'll prove that Bodi's taking bribes, you bet I will.
Nikki: No, thank you.
Kay: JT's lead has to pan out. It must.
Nikki: Katherine, "V" could stand for many things.
Kay: I know that! I know that. It's all I have.
Jana: Am I in trouble?
Kevin: After the way you stood up for me in front of JT? You know, I've never had a girlfriend who would do that.
Jana: Well, you do now. And I meant every word.
Kevin: Well, you were right. I have put the past behind me. And you helped me do that.
Jana: You did it yourself. You're a lot stronger than you think, you know?
Kevin: You know, I love the way you push me to try things that I never would've tried before. And the way you make me laugh-- it hurts, in a good way.
Kevin: I'm in love with you, Jana. And, um... I don't want there to be any secrets between us.
Jana: I know everything that I need to know.
Kevin: No, there's, um... there's one thing that you don't know. I'm a different man now. And I want you to remember that when I tell you what I'm about to tell you.
Jana: What is it?
Kevin: I did... try to kill Colleen. I was in a really, really bad place. I was in such a bad place. And I'm grateful every day that I did not succeed.
Jana: Wow, Kevin, I... I don't know what to say.
Kevin: Do you hate me?
Jana: No. No. I mean, as you said, that's--that's the way you were. It's not-- it's not who you are now.
Kevin: Right. Right. So--so we're okay?
Jana: You know, damn, I'm really late for my shift, actually.
Kevin: Well, it's okay. You're with the boss.
Jana: No, um, I actually told Bart that I'd-- I'd cover for him because he wanted to get to the library before it closed.
Kevin: Okay, well, I can-- I can come with you.
Jana: Could you get the tab? I'll see you later, all right?
Michael: Now it is of the utmost import that is, if I decide to put you both on the stand.
Neil: Gotcha. Hey, take a break? Maybe something to drink?
Michael: Oh, coffee, please.
Neil: Yeah? Want something in it?
Michael: Yeah, cream, four sugars.
Lauren: How was your sleep? Huh? Hello?
Michael: Hey, it's me, checking in.
Lauren: Well, hi. Fen just woke up from his nap.
Michael: Mmm, what are you up to?
Lauren: Well, Phyllis called. And, uh, she invited us over for a play date. Nick's out of town.
Michael: Oh, you should go. It'll do you a lot of good to get out.
Lauren: Yeah, maybe we'll go for a little bit.
Michael: Good. All right, bye-bye.
[Dru dreaming she killed Carmen]
Dru: You thought you were getting away with something, didn't you!?
Neil: Honey? Honey, what is it?
Dru: Oh, Neil, I saw Carmen! I saw Carmen! It was terrible!
Neil: Its okay, it's okay. I'm here now.
Dru: No, Honey, you don't understand. I saw her.
Dru: I'm so scared.
Neil: Just try to relax, okay? Take a deep breath. Come here.
Sullivan: Paul? Why didn't you contact the authorities? I know there's several warrants out for Sheila Carter.
Paul: Well... no offense to you and your colleagues, but every cell they lock Sheila Carter in, she has escaped.
Sullivan: Oh. So you figured since she built this place...
Paul: It's foolproof.
Sullivan: It was until I arrived.
Paul: I thought I could handle Sheila by myself. Now you know what? I'm gonna spend the rest of my life wishing that I'd called the police.
Lauren: Hey, Fen's awake. We'd love to come over if you're still up for it.
Sheila: That's perfect! Summer's just waking up from her nap.
Lauren: Well, great! We'll be over in a little bit.
Sheila: Great, Lauren, see you soon.
Korbel: Have you seen Jana? Thanks. Hello, Jana.
Jana: Hi, Professor.
Korbel: I understand you are just filled with interesting news these days.
Jana: Whatever that means.
Korbel: You know, I never pinned you for the gossiping type, but, uh, it's come to my attention that you have taken a-- a very painful chapter from my life and are using it against me.
Jana: What are you talking about?
Korbel: You and JT-- you're somehow implying that I was involved with that student's suicide.
Jana: Look, if this is about the newspaper article I found on the internet--
Korbel: No, this is about your inability to mind your own business.
Jana: It's nothing personal.
Korbel: You make it personal when you inform my colleagues.
Jana: Why don't you please just stop yelling and let me explain!
Korbel: By all means.
Jana: Look, I didn't go digging into your past, but anyone could find that article and know that you were the one who...
Korbel: Who what? Who found the dead student? Yes, Jana... that was me.
Dru: I don't understand. I mean, why would I dream such a horrible thing?
Neil: Why? Because you've been really stressed out lately and Carmen's been on your mind, Honey.
Dru: No, but, Neil, it was so real. It was so real. I was--I was pulling--- I was pulling her through the club. I was right there.
Neil: Okay, all right, shh. I know you're scared. It was only a dream. Only a dream, Babe.
Dru: Right, right. It was a dream. It was a dream.
Dru: It was a dream.
Neil: It was just a dream.
Dru: It was a dream. It was a dream.
Man: Good night. See you tomorrow.
Kevin: Hey, have you seen Jana?
Man: Yeah, she was here a few minutes ago. Came in and, uh, then she disappeared.
Jack: Yes, Senator, it will be just the two of us. Listen, I apologize for Nick's untoward behavior. Yes, I'm sure there's a way we can agree. Thank you. I'll see you tomorrow then. All done.
Sands: You think you can get the Senator to solicit a bribe on tape?
Jack: I absolutely do. You'll have everything you need to convict him.
Nick: Hey, good looking, it's me. How's our little pixie?
Sheila: Oh, well, she was crying her eyes out earlier. I tried to explain to her that not all men abandon the women they love.
Sheila: I told her you'd be back home tomorrow, but she's so young she can't grasp what "Tomorrow" means."
Nick: Yeah, I'll have to make it up to her.
Sheila: Maybe you'll make it up to the both of us.
Nick: So what are you doing tonight? Johnny Depp marathon?
Sheila: Lauren and Fen are coming over.
Nick: Oh, good. You'll have company.
Sheila: Yeah, I will. I can't wait. It'll be a nice distraction.
Michael: Is anyone home? Hello?
Lauren: Michael? I wasn't expecting you for hours. Hi, Baby.
Michael: The Winters are as ready as they're ever gonna be. Is Fenmore awake?
Lauren: Yeah, I was just putting on his snowsuit. We're gonna go visit Phyllis and Summer.
Michael: Oh, okay. Well, don't let me stop you.
Lauren: Are you kidding? If you're gonna stay home, I wanna stay home.
Lauren: Because I have a feeling once this trial starts, Fen and I are not gonna see you that much.
Michael: Mmm, are you sure you wanna stay in?
Michael: I'm very boring.
Lauren: Mmm, that's good. I'm sure. Hold on. I'll just call Phyllis.
Lauren: Yeah, yeah.
Lauren: All right.
Lauren: Phyllis, its Lauren.
Sheila: Hi, are you coming over?
Lauren: You know what? We're not gonna make it.
Sheila: Why not?
Lauren: Because Michael just got home and I-- you know, I really wanna spend some time with him.
Sheila: Well, why don't you just come over for a little bit? We can have a quick cup of coffee and catch up.
Lauren: You know what? Do you mind if we make it another time?
Lauren: Yeah, that'd be great, sure.
Sheila: Great. See you then.
Lauren: All right, I'll call you in the morning. Have a good night.
Sheila: You, too.
Sheila: She's not coming. So it looks like it's you... and me... and... yes... and little baby Summer.
Sullivan: How's it look?
Paul: It's not bad. Not bad, really.
Paul: So how do you feel?
Sullivan: It's nothing. It's a flesh wound.
Paul: Yeah. You know what? Just hang in here an uh... we'll get you outta here...
Sullivan: I'm just so tired.
Paul: Really soon.
Paul: Maggie? Maggie? Maggie? Maggie, sweetheart... Maggie? Maggie, come on, talk to me, please. Maggie? Maggie? Maggie! Maggie!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Kevin: What did you do with Jana?
Korbel: What are you talking about?
Sheila: Hey! I'm glad you could make it!
Lauren: Yeah, me, too!
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