Y&R Transcript Monday 3/5/07

Y&R Transcript Monday 3/5/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 3/6/07 -- USA


Provided By Glynis
Proofread By Emma

Victor: How could you give away company land without informing Nikki and Phyllis?

Jack: Sound political strategy, Victor. Sides, it was my land to donate.

Victor: But that doesn't justify going behind the back of your colleagues.

Jack: I had good reasons.

Victor: I must say, I was... rather impressed with the-- although shocked-- with the campaign kickoff.

Jack: I have no problem with that. This is gonna create some great positive publicity for NVP.

Victor: And you think the workforce is gonna be behind you?

Jack: I think once they understand my rationale...

Victor: They'll forgive everything. Is that it?

Jack: Victor, this wasn't just about a zoning variance. This was an entire community resistant to the idea of a retreat. I assumed everyone would be thrilled with this decision.

Victor: Right. One lesson you have to learn in politics... you don't assume a damn thing. You deal in facts. You have some explaining to do.

Nikki: Did you see this coming?

Phyllis: No way. Are you kidding? I would've put a stop to it. I was just in Jack's office earlier, looking at the architect's plans.

Nikki: And he didn't say anything to you?

Phyllis: No! He said he wanted to look at the plans later, that he had campaign work to do.

Nikki: This is our company. I am sick of this lack of respect.

Phyllis: Oh, I know. And it's time we turn things around for good.

Cane: So what are the odds, eh? I spend all this time looking for my mom, immigration's about to bounce me...

Amber: And in walks Jill, saying "Here I am."

Cane: So it looks like Langley and I aren't alone in the world anymore. I got a mom. I've even got a grandma.

Amber: I'm so excited for you, Cane.

Cane: They may be a little strange, but... they seem classy.

Amber: Oh, way classy and nice. Not to mention...

Cane: What?

Amber: Remember how you said you might have to help your mom, thinking that she might be poor, 'cause that's the only way anyone would give up their baby?

Cane: Yeah, I guess she's come up in the world, eh?

Amber: Yeah... and so have you. I mean, Jill Abbott-- she's a millionaire. And Kay Chancellor...

Cane: Yeah, but I don't care about that. You know what matters more? I have a family, Amber. I have a real family.

Jill: I have this smart, witty, amazing son, Katherine.

Kay: Oh, and do not forget handsome.

Jill: Oh, I haven't forgotten handsome. Did you see that little bit of hazel in his eyes, just like Philip?

Kay: You have no idea-- no idea what it means to me to see you this happy.

Jill: And he's been here all along. That's what I can't get over. I was looking for him, and he was looking for me at exactly the same moment.

Kay: I know, but it does seem, uh, more than just a mere coincidence.

Jill: You know, I have never been a big believer in fate, but this...

Kay: Ah, yes, but, uh, there is one thing.

Jill: What?

Kay: Well, this is all very wonderful and good, but I'm having a bit of a-- a healthy skepticism at the moment.

Jill: Skepticism about what?

Kay: Jill, we found Cane so easily, and I'm just wondering if it... well, if it isn't too good to be true.

Jill: What are you getting at, Katherine?

Kay: I think you should ask Cane for a DNA test.

Jill: A DNA test?

Kay: We need to be sure.

Jill: No. I will not humiliate him that way.

Kay: Oh, Jill, come on. It's not bad idea.

Jill: What am I supposed to say? "Hello, Son, have some tea. Wait, open your mouth so I can swab your cheek."

Kay: We need to be cautious.

Jill: Katherine, it is insulting.

Kay: You said yourself, the timing was absolutely--

Jill: A miracle. Why are you having all these doubts?

Kay: Oh, what do you want-- you want to get close to another child that is not yours?

Jill: Cane is my child. I felt it. All right? I don't need more proof.

Kay: I don't want to see you get your heart broken, Jill.

Jill: Well, then you should've thought of that 20 years ago when you stole my baby.

Amber: So how do you feel? New family, new home...

Cane: I'm just glad I don't have to take that 20-hour flight back to Canberra.

Amber: You sure you want to stick around? I mean, no one in the states really cares about rugby, and we don't have nearly as many names for beer.

Cane: I'll cope somehow.

Amber: So you are planning on staying in Genoa City.

Cane: Well, if my mom lives here, why wouldn't I?

Amber: Guess you won't be needing a wife anymore.

Cane: You know, I'll never forget what you did for me. You know, you gave up your freedom so I wouldn't get deported, and now you don't have to.

Amber: Yeah. What a relief, huh?

Cane: I just hope I can make it up for you.

Amber: I'll hold you to that.

Cane: Okay. But we have a marriage to get out of, so...

Amber: So… an annulment, that's--that's it? Like it never happened, huh?

Cane: Well, it didn't for me. I mean, was too drunk to remember saying "I do." And it doesn't count unless you're sober, so...

Amber: Where'd you hear that?

Cane: I did some research. It's no big deal. It happens all the time.

Amber: Oh. So what do we do now?

Cane: Go see a judge, sign some papers. That it.

Amber: That's it, huh? It... sounds easy enough to me.


Lily: So how does it feel to have two handsome men rescue you?

Colleen: Well, I don't remember it, but I'm guessing I looked my best, and they were just fighting over who got to carry me out.

Lily: Yeah. Have you heard from either of 'em?

Colleen: No, not yet.

Daniel: What are you talking about? No visit from Professor Cradle Robber yet?

Colleen: Not yet.

Lily: Hey, at least your dad won't be here to stop him, so...

Colleen: Yeah, exactly.

Lauren: All right. What do you think?

Korbel: Ah, that's perfect.

Lauren: Good. I think Colleen will really appreciate these bath salts. It's lovely gift.

Korbel: Well, thank you for wrapping it.

Lauren: My pleasure. There you go.

Korbel: JT.

JT: Adrian.

Korbel: Didn't expect to see you here.

JT: Well, I made bail.

Korbel: Good for you.

JT: Yeah.

Korbel: Lauren, you have a nice day.

Lauren: You, too.

JT: Hey, Lauren. I'll take these.

Lauren: Okay. Gift for Colleen?

JT: Well, you know, pink fuzzy slippers aren't really my style.

Lauren: Cash or charge?

JT: Cash.

Lauren: Okay. You want them gift-wrapped?

JT: Sure.

Lauren: Okay

JT: How's Kevin doing?

Lauren: I'm really surprised that you'd ask.

JT: I made a huge mistake, Lauren.

Lauren: Yes, you did. Physically, Kevin is getting better. But emotionally? It's a who different story.

Kevin: So have you heard anything yet?

Michael: I got a call a little while ago. JT.. is out on bond.

Kevin: Already? Man, I was kinda hoping they'd keep him in there for a while so he could see how it feels.

Michael: Well, if we can get a conviction--

Kevin: Yeah, then JT gets what he deserves. I know. So what do you think? Can we get him on attempted murder?

Michael: Uh, a case can be made for felony assault.

Kevin: Mm-hmm. Okay. How long do you get for that?

Michael: First offense, he may not do any time.

Kevin: So he just gets off?

Michael: But... he loses his investigator's license. And without a career... Mr. Hellstrom is lost.

Kevin: Good. Let's do it.

Jack: Now you see where I'm going with this?

Victor: This is a new level for NVP.

Jack: I am simply expanding on the idea of a retreat. Yes, this is still a place you can stop for an hour or two, get a facial, a massage, or--

Victor: A retreat from the world, huh?

Jack: Or a retreat from the world. It' not exactly a Tibetan monastery, no. But that's the idea, yes. A collection of NVP destinations for family vacations--

Victor: And the prototype development will be in Clear Springs?

Jack: Yeah, that's the plan.

Victor: Very ambitious, Jack.

Jack: Well, that is what you love most about me, isn't it?

Victor: You're taking a gamble.

Jack: Well, I'm not so sure about that. I mean, look at the figures. This is a town in need, in need a reason to stay. A development is the perfect answer.

Victor: You're gonna save the community. Is that it?

Jack: No, NVP is gonna save the community. That's why setting aside land-- land we were not going to use-- for a--

Victor: Land that you were not gonna use.

Jack: Victor, this sends an important message. We value and respect your community and the people in it. We want to be a beneficial presence.

Victor: I'm impressed by your creativity, Jack.

Jack: Then all is forgiven?

Victor: You have my wholehearted support.

Colleen: I thought I was over JT now I'm not so sure.

Lily: Are you over Adrian?

Colleen: No. But how am I supposed to choose?

Lily: Well, who says you have to?

Colleen: Oh, well, you know, I'm--I don't know for sure, but I'm just guessing that, um, they're both into monogamy.

Lily: No, I mean, you don't have to decide anything right now. You're still recovering. Just take some time and just sort everything out.

Colleen: Yeah.

Daniel: Okay, I guess I'll get it since I'm up, huh?

Colleen: Thank you.

Lily: Okay.

Daniel: Professor.

Korbel: Now that is what I call hospitality.

Daniel: Yeah, it's for Colleen. Come on in. Colleen, you've got a visitor.

Colleen: Hi.

Korbel: Hi.

Lily: Um, well, we better get going. We’ve that thing to do later today, so...

Daniel: What thing?

Lily: You know, that thing that we have to do later today?

Daniel: Oh, yeah, right, that thing. Here.

Colleen: Thanks for bringing the stuff by. Thank you.

Lily: You're welcome. I'll call you later, okay?

Colleen: Okay. I'll talk to you then.

Daniel: See you, Guys.

Colleen: Bye. Hi. I'm glad you're here.

Korbel: Me, too.

Korbel: Here you go. You look good.

Colleen: Oh, liquid I.V. diet. See, it's the only thing that's worked for me.

Korbel: Stop it. You know I like you just the way you are.

Colleen: Well, that's good because the first thing I did when I got home was eat.

Korbel: God, I am so sorry that all this happened to you.

Colleen: No. It's not your fault. It's Jana's fault. I just can't believe that she tried to-- she tried to frame you, and I believed her.

Korbel: So when you ran out of my apartment without saying good-bye...

Colleen: Look, I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. It's just that I'd found that stuff, and I didn't know what to believe. I mean, I-I thought that--

Korbel: I was the killer.

Colleen: Oh, well, um, no-- I mean, to be fair, I didn't really know what to think. It's--I-- no, you're right. I-I should've trusted you. I should've. I--I'm sorry.

Korbel: It's--its fine. I, uh... I probably would've had the same reaction. Jana was clever. She--she spread rumors, she... I mean, she planted evidence in my apartment.

Colleen: Why you? I mean, you guys didn't even know each other.

Korbel: Uh, Jana told you and Kevin that she never intended to kill Carmen, right?

Colleen: That's correct.

Korbel: But she did intend to kill you... after she got information that she was after. And since you and I were close, maybe--maybe she thought... that--that I had that information. I don't know. But... when she realized Kevin's past was... more scandalous than mine, pinning it on him was a no-brainer.

Jill: I don't need a lab to confirm that he's my son. I know I'm his mother.

Kay: Just hear me out.

Jill: Why, to make you feel better about yourself?

Kay: What if... what if Cane overheard us talking, and he realized you were looking for your missing son?

Jill: I approached him. He didn't come knocking on our door, asking for a handout. Oh, my God. Everything is about money with you. Why don't you have any faith in people?

Kay: Jill!

Jill: No, you're not gonna ruin this for me, Katherine, not this.

Amber: It should've been the happiest day of my life.

Daniel: It wasn't?

Amber: Well, I guess, but now everything's so messed up.

Daniel: You're telling me. No honeymoon, annulment in the works-- this guy sounds like a total jerk.

Amber: He's just confused.

Daniel: He got you into bed and then dumps you. You know, I hate to say this to you, but these rules of yours are a crock.

Amber: They are not.

Daniel: They are, too. What good is pretending not to care about someone when you really do? Where is that gonna get you with him?

Amber: Look, he wants out. If I cry and beg, it's gonna be over for good.

Daniel: Well, maybe that's for the better. You know, it's not worth it if the guy's just looking to fool around with you.

Amber: It's not like that.

Daniel: Then why did he bail?

Amber: Because... Cane's got a lot going on right now.

Daniel: That is so lame. That is a classic, textbook answer. I--isn't that in your rules handbook?

Amber: He really does have a lot going on right now. Look, Cane came over here to find his birth mother, and then finally--

Daniel: He--he, let me guess, found her right when he had to give you the boot.

Amber: Yeah. Well, sort of. She found him.

Daniel: Mm. How convenient.

Amber: Guess what. She's a Chancellor.

Daniel: What? No way.

Amber: Mm-hmm. Which makes my new husband a Chancellor, too.

Daniel: Wait a minute. Is it Jill? Is Jill his mother?

Amber: Small world, huh? Now you see why Cane is worth the effort? Besides the fact that I am crazy about him.

Daniel: I don't know. I think all the money and status in the world isn't worth it if- f the guy is just jerking you around.

Amber: Then help me straighten him out.

Daniel: How am I supposed to do that?

Amber: I will tell you how.

Jack: Hey there. What'd you think of the press conference?

Phyllis: Are you serious? Why are you smiling? You think this is funny?

Jack: I did what I thought was right. I realize that I caught you a little off guard.

Phyllis: Tell that to the voters, Judas.

Jack: Look, you have every right to be angry.

Phyllis: You're damn right I do.

Jack: I don't want to alienate you and Nikki, though.

Phyllis: Well, you should've thought of that before you made your big announcement.

Jack: Okay, I got carried away. It was a new idea. I was very excited about it.

Phyllis: And why tell Nikki and me? It's not like we work with you or anything.

Jack: I'll make a deal with you. I'll lay out my plans for NVP if you still think donating that land is a mistake, I will withdraw the proposal.

Phyllis: And you really think that you can convince me?

Jack: Without a doubt. I've already convinced Victor.

Nikki: What do you mean, you support his decision? I thought you wanted to regain control of NVP.

Victor: Mm-hmm. I do. But if I want to teach Jack Abbott a lesson, I need to maintain his trust.

Nikki: By letting him continue to-- to totally disregard Phyllis and me?

Victor: His plan has some merit.

Nikki: Oh, all right. You know what? I am so tired of this. This has to end. I am sick of these games.

Victor: Really?

Nikki: Yeah. This just has to end. Why don't we just tell the world that Jack owns Jabot and be rid of him?

Victor: That ain't gonna happen.

Nikki: Are you saying you don't want to expose Jack?

Victor: This is not the right time.

Nikki: Well, when is the right time?

Victor: I want him to win the election first?

Nikki: I don't care about that. I want my company back.

Victor: I want the most satisfying outcome for both of us.

Nikki: Satisfying for whom?

Victor: For both of us.

Nikki: You know, you've turned into him. All the plotting and the manipulation-- that's what brought Jabot down, and I am not gonna stand by and watch the same thing happen to NVP.


Jack: Most of the redevelopment is along the lakefront near the land we donated.

Phyllis: You donated.

Jack: Condos, restaurants, a mall--

Phyllis: Wait. Hang on, hang on. You're forgetting something very important. There's a town there.

Jack: Well, not much of a town, not anymore anyway.

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Jack: This community's population is half what it was ten years ago. There's little economic opportunity. A development would be just the boost this area needs.

Phyllis: Clear Springs. That sounds very familiar to me.

Jack: This used to be the place to have a summer cottage, back in the days Roosevelt was president.

Phyllis: Franklin?

Jack: Actually, Teddy. It is old, it is tired, it is run-down.

Phyllis: Not if you have your way it, right?

Jack: Then you're convinced?

Phyllis: Answer this, how is handing over NVP asset going to make this seem more attractive to the zoning commission

Jack: That's easy. The land we so graciously donated becomes woodland conservancy, in perpetuity. We appease the green crowd and raise the tax base all in one nice little package. I can't think of a more attractive way to bring the townspeople on board. Can you?

Daniel: Uh...

Amber: Showtime.

Daniel: Mm-hmm. Yeah, so it's too bad about what happened between you and Cane.

Amber: Hmm. It happens.

Daniel: Well, I guess his loss is Jesse's gain.

Amber: Your friend from school?

Daniel: Yeah. He's gonna be stoked. Mean, he was so upset he almost threw himself on the train tracks when he heard you got married.

Amber: A bold gesture. I love it.

Daniel: I tell you what. Here's his number. Why don't you give him a call? Do us both a favor and save him from himself, please.

Amber: Um, maybe. Thanks, Daniel.

Daniel: I'll tell him to call you. How's that for service?

Amber: Now we're talking. Hey, hey, um, isn't that your friend from Chem class that you needed to get notes from?

Daniel: Yes, it is.

Cane: Not letting any grass grow, eh?

Amber: Cane, hi. What are you doing here?

Cane: I'm watching you operate. I'm pretty impressed. You should call the bloke.

Cane: Not wasting any time getting back out there. Good on you.

Amber: I figure Daniel's friend can be my rebound guy.

Cane: You are such a heartbreaker.

Amber: Hey, do you mind if we stop by your place? I need to grab a couple of things. I'm just not sure if I'm gonna be back there tonight.

Cane: Sure.

Michael: Hey, Phyllis. You look thirsty. You want to go for coffee?

Phyllis: No.

Michael: Look, I feel terrible about what happened.

Phyllis: Good. Live with it.

Michael: Look, I screwed up. I should've trusted you with the truth.

Phyllis: Well, you know, Michael, it's not one of those things where, uh, "Gosh, it won't happen again" isn't gonna cut it.

Michael: Wait. Is there anything I can to make this right?

Phyllis: No. No.

Colleen: I love bubble baths. Thank you so much.

Korbel: "Woman bathing"...

Colleen: Mm-hmm.

Korbel: Mary Cassatt-- it's, uh, it's one of my favorite impressionist prints.

Colleen: Yes, but the girl in the painting is, um, leaning over a sink? And I am going to be in this deep tub with candles and music.

Korbel: Mm. Now who's painting a picture? You want me to answer it?

Colleen: Sure.

Korbel: We meet again.

JT: Colleen, it's me. Can I come in?

Colleen: Come on in.

Korbel: Well, I guess I should be going.

Colleen: Oh, uh, okay. Um... thank you.

Korbel: Take care of yourself. All right? Don't go running any marathons.

Colleen: I promise.

JT: Hey.

Colleen: Hey.

JT: How you feelin'?

Colleen: A lot better than I would've if you didn't save me.

JT: Well, I had some help.

Colleen: From what I've heard, you deserve most of the credit.

JT: Well, that doesn't matter. Doesn't matter, as long as you're safe.

Colleen: Oh, so, um, I don't suppose, uh, you've gone to see Kevin?

JT: I was wondering when you were gonna ask me about that.

Colleen: Why did you bash his head in?

JT: I lost it. I lost it. I, you know, I, uh, I saw some security footage of Kevin dragging a-- a garbage bag through the coffeehouse big enough to fit a body in, and... it was time stamped the day of Carmen's death, and... I thought he was responsible for hurting you, and I was wrong.

Colleen: Too bad for Kevin.

JT: But I'll have plenty of time to think about that.

Colleen: Why is that?

JT: I may be headed to prison.

Cane: So that's it, a toothbrush?

Amber: Sentimental value.

Cane: Obviously.

Amber: Mm. Hey, I'm outtie. Uh, don't wait up. I'm not sure when I'm gonna be back, or if I'm gonna be back.

Cane: So, uh, that's it? We're never gonna see each other again?

Amber: Well, once you move in with Jill and Kay, we probably won't.

Cane: That's never gonna happen.

Amber: It's the way things work.

Cane: I don't think so.

Amber: Just promise me one thing.

Cane: You name it.

Amber: Once you're in that big old mansion, um, be sure to go skinny-dipping and then have the maid bring you an ice-cold beer on a silver platter.

Cane: It doesn’t seem real, does it?

Amber: Oh, it's real. Trust me. You're gonna be living it up.

Cane: And you're gonna make me do it alone, eh?

Amber: Hey, uh, before I go, I have some souvenirs from our wedding night if you would like to see them.

Cane: Sure.

Amber: Okay. Here I am, taking a shower before the ceremony.

Cane: Oh, you forgot to clean just down there.

Amber: And here I am... I was taking a shower-- oh, and without...

Cane: Me.

Amber: Without the shower curtain.

Cane: I like that a lot better.

Amber: Ta-da. Too bad you were so out of it that night.

Cane: Well, then it's only fair that you let me make up for the time.

Amber: Oh, forget it, Buster.

Cane: Give me the phone.

Amber: No, no, no, no. You had your chance.

Cane: You know, I think that, um, I think I'm getting used to you.

Amber: Took long enough.

Amber: I'm pretty used to you, too... all of you.

Amber: I'm sure gonna miss you, Candy Cane.

Cane: Why are you gonna miss me? I'm still here.

Amber: Oh, when you're gone, silly.

Cane: Well, then you can just call me, 'cause all those parts you're gonna miss are only a phone call away.

Amber: Sorry. I don't mess around without a ring on my finger.

Cane: Oh. What a surprise. Look. What's that? Looks like a wedding ring.

Amber: Oh, wow.

Cane: Wow. How about that?

Amber: W-we're still married. I forgot.

Cane: So why don't we do what married people do?

Amber: Uh, get annulments?

Cane: No, uh, before that.

Amber: Oh. Take pictures, hmm, for posterity?

Cane: For me.

Phyllis: I know that look. You just saw Jack, didn't you?

Nikki: No. Victor. I cannot believe what he's doing.

Phyllis: What is he doing?

Nikki: He's backing Jack's proposal.

Phyllis: Yeah, um... Nikki, you might wanna sit down.

Nikki: Phyllis, no. No, no, no, no, no, not you, too.

Phyllis: Nikki, Jack went over the whole plan with me. It makes sense. Not that I enjoyed being blindsided...

Nikki: What about going bankrupt? You gonna enjoy that?

Phyllis: His financials are sound.

Nikki: Yeah, for how long? If this resort flops, we might as well just be setting our money on fire.

Phyllis: What are you talking about? It's not gonna flop. Has Jack had one unprofitable quarter since he's been with NVP?

Nikki: If he ends up in Madison, what then? Who's gonna run the day-to-day here? Who's going to carry out this grandiose scheme?

Phyllis: Okay, I'm gonna ask you a question. Don't be mad at me. How much of this is genuine concern and how much of this is your ego talking?

Nikki: Oh, my God! I cannot believe how forgiving you are of him. He helps you deliver a baby in an elevator, and he's perfect.

Phyllis: Wait a second, wait a second. This is not personal. This is business.

Nikki: It is ridiculous.

Victor: What's going on here?

Phyllis: We're just having a difference of opinion. That's all.

Nikki: You'll be happy to know that Phyllis agrees with you, although I fail to see the brilliance of Jack's plan.

Victor: I'm glad to hear that you're supporting Jack. It makes me happy.

Nikki: Oh, well, as long as it makes you happy, that's all that matters. Make Victor Newman happy, that's what I live for every moment of the day. Is Victor happy?

Lauren: Just needed to see a friendly face?

Michael: I don't know what to do.

Lauren: I guess we just have to give Phyllis more time.

Michael: I have. She wouldn't even let me buy her a cup of coffee.

Lauren: Well, if it's any consolation, she's completely avoiding me, too.

Michael: I mean, Phyllis and I have had our blowouts before, but we've always managed to fix it.

Lauren: Did you two argue?

Michael: No. I almost wish we had. At least we'd be talking.

Lauren: I really miss her, too.

Michael: I have a feeling no matter how much time we give it, she may never forgive us.

Amber: Mmm.

Cane: I'll second that.

Amber: Almost like time stands still.

Cane: Unfortunately, it didn't.

Amber: Oh, you gotta go?

Cane: Mm. Meeting with Jill.

Amber: Oh, yeah, I forgot.

Cane: I have to get in the shower and get dressed.

Amber: Well, I'm gonna stay here. The bed's nice and warm. And then in a little bit, I'll take off.

Cane: Will you be here when I get back?

Amber: I don't know. I'll have to check my messages, see what's going on.

Cane: Well, if you don't have one from Daniel's loser friend, why don't you call me, and we'll get a bite?

Amber: Maybe.

Cane: Say "Yes," I'll buy you a steak.

Amber: Mmm. Tasty. You do drive a hard bargain.

Cane: Don't I, though?

Amber: Yes.

JT: Kevin.

Kevin: What, did you come here to finish the job?

JT: No. I came to apologize.

Kevin: Get outta here.

JT: I misinterpreted what I saw, and you know it.

Kevin: Do I look like I give a damn?

JT: You know, Jana did a number on all of us. If she hadn't have set you up the way she did, I--

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, yeah, and I hate her for that. It doesn't excuse your actions.

JT: Yeah, you're right. And I'm sorry. I was wrong.

Kevin: Well, you will be more so once you realize what it's like to have everybody treat you like a criminal, 'cause you're gonna go down, JT you're gonna go down hard.

Esther: Jill's right in here.

Jill: Hello. Welcome, Cane.

Cane: Thank you.

Jill: Uh, Esther, would you please...

Esther: Oh! Cane, would--would you care for anything? Coffee, tea, water--

Cane: No, I'm--I'm good. I'm good.

Jill: Anything at all.

Cane: Not unless you're having something.

Jill: No, not right now. Um, Esther, check back with me later, okay? Esther.

Esther: Holler when ready.

Jill: Uh... sorry. She's a little..

Cane: No worries. It's all right.

Jill: Shall we?

Cane: Thank you.

Jill: So...

Cane: So...

Jill: This really isn't your everyday kind of visit, is it?

Cane: What, you don't have long-lost sons turning up at your door every day of the week?

Jill: No, it's strictly invitation only.

Cane: Yeah, it's probably a good policy, too. Otherwise you might get overrun.

Jill: What do you mean?

Cane: Oh, you know, a house like this, you know, lots of free parking, maid that'll take your coat and offer you a beverage-- what's not to like?

Jill: Yeah, I guess. If you put it that way.

Cane: Yeah, but it's not really my cup of tea. I'm more of a, you know, move in, make-yourself-at-home kind of guy, so...

Jill: So is that what you want to do here?

Cane: I'm sorry. Come again.

Jill: Just make yourself at home.

Cane: Oh, Jill, you're gonna have to forgive me if I'm a little uncouth. I'm so sorry. It's just, I grew up in the outback with kangaroos. I didn't have a mom around to teach me how to act in--

Jill: No, I know. I know that you didn't have a mom, okay? Look if you're gonna blame somebody for that--

Cane: I--I'm sorry. There I go again, sticking my big 30 into my mouth.

Jill: You know what? You know what, Cane? I really think maybe you should have a DNA test. No, I'm sorry, we-- we should both have a DNA test.

Cane: DNA test? What for?

Jill: Just to be careful. You know, just so... neither one of us gets disappointed.

Cane: You mean so, uh, you don't get taken by some grifter. That's what you're trying to say, isn't it? You gotta find some way to protect all this stuff from the likes of me.

Jill: Cane--

Cane: Look, I didn't volunteer to be the baby that you threw away, okay? And if you remember correctly, you were the one who found me. So if you think-- if you think for one minute I'm here for your money, you're wrong. All I'm trying to do is find my mom, and right now I don't think that was a very good idea. You have yourself a nice day.

Jack: Hi there. Got a minute?

Nikki: Oh, no, no, no, no. Now wait. Don't tell me. Let me guess. You've given away the building to the national park service.

Jack: Look, Nikki--

Nikki: What's next on the agenda, the ranch? You know, charity does begin at home.

Jack: I realize I should've run this by you and Phyllis first, and gotten your approval before a press conference. I'm sorry you felt left out. You have every right to feel upset.

Nikki: Oh, thank you. I feel so vindicated.

Jack: I would, however, like to share my ideas with you. Is this a good time?

Nikki: No.

Jack: Okay, you decide. When is a good time to discuss this?

Nikki: When hell freezes over. That land is staying with NVP, end of story.

Amber: You were perfect, Daniel. He totally fell for it.

Daniel: Ole' Cane was jealous, huh?

Amber: Big time. I owe you.

Daniel: Glad to have been of service.

Amber: In fact, why don't I pay up right now?

Daniel: What do you mean?

Amber: Hang up your phone. I'm sending you something.

[Amber takes a picture of herself naked and send it to Daniel’s phone]

Daniel: Oh Boy.

Daniel: Whoa. Remind me to do more favors for you.

Lily: Hey, hot stuff.

Daniel: Hey, Baby.

Lily: Hi.

Daniel: How was class?

Korbel: Well, we seem to be following each other around today.

JT: Well, next stop-- Indigo-- where I plan to drink myself in oblivion. And who knows? After that, maybe I'll get lucky and pass out in a gutter somewhere. Sounds like a plan?

Korbel: Not a very good one.

JT: Well, don’t knock it till you tried it, Professor.

Korbel: Why don't you just be smart, go home?

JT: Oh, yeah. You're the smart one, aren't you? You got the girl, you got the freedom, you got the job.

Kevin: You expect me to just forgive JT?

Colleen: See, I know how much you've changed Kevin.

Kevin: I haven't changed that much.

Colleen: Yes, you have, Kevin. You see, you gave me the last bit of water on that rag so that I would be able to breathe until we were rescued. That is nothing like the Kevin I used to know.

Kevin: And JT saved us. So... what, I supposed to give him one concussion?

Colleen: No, Kevin, trust me, even I agree. He never, never should've hit you. But the truth is, he feels terrible.

Kevin: Terrible? Why, because--because he didn't cause any brain damage, or because there were witnesses who saw him do it?

Colleen: No. He thought you were a murderer.

Kevin: I--he-- you know, I'm certain that he enjoyed watching me go down. That guy has always hated me.

Colleen: Kevin, he saved your life.

Kevin: If Korbel hadn't been there, he would've watched as I burned to death.

Colleen: That's not true. It's not.

Kevin: You don't know that, Colleen.

Colleen: Kevin, just listen to me, okay? If JT is found guilty, this could ruin his whole future.

Kevin: W-well, I guess he should've thought of that before he attacked me.

Colleen: So are you saying that there's nothing that I could do to persuade you to drop the charge nothing?

Kevin: Colleen, you have spent the last four years telling anyone who would listen that I'm a murderer.

Colleen: Right.

Kevin: You bad-mouthed me to the entire town and made sure everyone knew what a loser I was.

Colleen: But, Kevin, I forgave you. I mean--

Kevin: Yeah, four years later. You made me pay and pay and pay, and now you want me to cut JT a break. Why? When did either of you ever cut me a break?

Colleen: Kevin, please. Please.

Kevin: No. No. I'm sorry, Colleen. The answer is no. I will not forgive him. I am not gonna just let this go. I wan JT to pay for what he's done to me.

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

Brad: You want someone to share your house, Jack, go take an ad online. Don't undermine me with my daughter.

Neil: I need you testify at Dru's competency hearing on her behalf.

Kay: You blame me! Come on. Hate me!

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