Y&R Transcript Thursday 3/22/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 3/22/07 -- Canada; Friday 3/23/07 -- U.S.A.


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Victor: Why don't you join us

Brad: I don’t think so.

Victor: You and I know that Neil would not have been elected to the board of directors without your support. So I think you should join the celebration.

Brad: I'm really not in the mood, Victor.

Victor: Bradley, I know it was difficult for you to choose between Nikki and Neil. But if it makes you feel any better, your decision was best for the company, all right?

Brad: Yeah, well, I just hope Zapato has a guest room. Because at this point I'd say we're both in the dog house.

Nikki: Oh, hold the elevator, please!

Victor: Sweetheart, hold up one second. Could you hold it?

[Brad tries to hug Victoria]

Victoria: Don't.

Phyllis: Nikki will understand. Your vote was a business decision. That's all it was.

Nick: That's not the way she sees it.

Phyllis: Well, she'll get over it.

Nick: What if she doesn't?

Phyllis: She will. Hey, look at the positive side. Neil's vote funds Clear Springs. And you and I will be working a lot closer together now.

Nick: That is positive.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Nick: You know, I'm starting to feel better about my decision already.

Phyllis: Good. So you wanna go to Indigo? I mean, we told Neil that we'd show up. You wanna celebrate a little?

Nick: A little with them. A lot with you. So I got a sitter for Summer for the whole night and got a room at the club. You okay with that?

Phyllis: Oh. You know, I've never been away from Summer for a whole night.

Nick: I know. I know.

Phyllis: Mmm.

Nick: But this is an okay time to be away from her. And you can call in and check on her as many times as you want.

Phyllis: Yeah. I like the idea of a private celebration.

Nick: Okay.

Jack: I can't think of anyone I would rather spend the rest of my life with. Sharon is kind and thoughtful and giving, except when it comes to my health. She took her dear sweet time giving me an answer to my proposal.

Sharon: Well, I like to keep you in suspense.

Jack: Ahh.

Dru: That-a girl! Cheers!

Neil: Congratulations.

Sharon: Oh, cheers.

Neil: We've got a lot to celebrate tonight, people.

Dru: Yes, we do.

Sharon: We do.

Dru: Um, Sharon?

Sharon: Hmm?

Dru: Can I entertain you over at the bar?

Sharon: Yeah.

Dru: Good.

Sharon: Excuse me.

Dru: Be right back.

Neil: Sure, Honey.

David: I hope you'll be very happy together. Although, I have to admit, this isn't exactly what I expected.

Jack: Politics are full of surprises. I believe you told me that.

Dru: Are you sure you're doing the right thing?

Brad: Victoria? You picked up. That's a good sign. Listen, I don't know what else I can say. I'm sorry. I don't wanna fight with you. Why don't you come home?

Victoria: No, Brad. No, I'm spending the night at the club. And, uh, in case you hadn't noticed yet, in case you hadn't got the hint, I don't want anything to do with you right now.

Nikki: You know, I never thought this day would end like this-- for either of us.

Victoria: Yeah. So much for our supportive husbands.

Nikki: I don't know why I'm surprised. Victor made it very clear that he did not want me on that board. (Sighs) I guess I just... didn't really believe that he'd vote against me.

Victoria: How can he say this isn't personal? How can he say that? You're his wife.

Nikki: Well, if he doesn't think it's personal, he's gonna know now.

Victoria: You know what, Mom? You should just say here. Just stay here and relax and we'll send Dad the message that neither one of us is getting over this anytime soon.

Korbel: Oh, we need index cards.

Colleen: For what?

Korbel: My presentation on Byzantine influence on western European architecture.

Colleen: Um, okay.

Korbel: Well, don't sound too excited about it.

Colleen: I just thought that we would be working at your place.

Korbel: Well, this place has better coffee and it looks like you'll need it to stay awake. You know why we're here. We lied to the dean. We need to keep a public profile.

Colleen: I still don't get why it's anyone's business whether we're working at your place or not.

Korbel: Because that's what got us in trouble in the first place. Look, too many people know about our relationship and doubt our conveniently timed breakup. We don't need to give J.T. the PI any more ammunition.

Colleen: Oh, my gosh, he's driving me crazy. He's turned into this angry, obsessive freak.

Korbel: Index cards...

Colleen: No, I'm sorry. I don't like the way that he's treating you.

Korbel: Ditto.

Colleen: And he really crossed the line today when he tried to hit you. This has to stop.

Korbel: All the more reason for us to be working in public instead of in our homes.

Colleen: You really think that's gonna calm him down? Look, just the fact that we're together, in public or not, that's gonna make him lose it.

Korbel: Well, then maybe we shouldn't be together.

Colleen: Are you saying that we should break up? For real?

Korbel: I think we tried that. What did it last, ten minutes?

Colleen: On your end.

Korbel: Oh, I think we were both incapable of staying away from each other.

Colleen: Well, okay, so what do we do?

Korbel: We have to be... very careful.

Colleen: How careful?

Korbel: You ever heard that, uh, song from the '80s by Heloise and Abelard?

Colleen: I don't know, which one?

Korbel: Secret Lovers.

Paul: Nothing like a little basketball and a lot of carbs to get that alcohol out of your system.

J.T.: I was a little drunk. It hit me all at once, you know?

Paul: Well, I assume there will be no more hitting and throwing of punches now that you're sober?

J.T.: As long as Colleen and Professor Cowbell don't come anywhere near me.

Paul: I assume that there will be no more hitting and throwing of punches now that you're sober?

J.T.: You know, every time I see that pompous son of a bitch, I just wanna knock that smug look right off his face.

Paul: J.T., I get it. I know you're upset.

J.T.: He acts like he's so superior. You know, like the rest of us are too damn stupid to understand a word that comes out of his mouth.

Paul: You gotta get a grip.

J.T.: If he's such a genius-- if he's such a genius, he wouldn't have slept with a student.

Paul: Would you really care that much if the student weren't Colleen?

J.T.: This doesn't have anything to do with Colleen. He broke the rules and he got away with it.

Paul: Okay. In our line of work, we face that kind of thing every day. You can't go after every guy that you think should pay.

J.T.: This isn't just any guy. The dean knows about it, too. You know, if... Adrian would've been kicked out if he and Colleen hadn't lied.

Paul: How did the dean find out?

J.T.: Anonymous phone call, I guess.

Paul: Any idea who made the phone call? Hmm. I thought so. Look, J.T., I don't wanna sound like your shrink here, but if you keep giving into your anger, it's gonna affect the rest of your life.

J.T.: I don't care. I really don't care, you know? I can't let this go, so... I'm gonna find a way to bust this guy.

Victor: Neil?

Neil: Yes.

Victor: This night has been long overdue.

Dru: Yeah.

Victor: And I know you will do a hell of a job.

Neil: Thanks, Victor.

Victor: No one has worked harder. No one has been more loyal to this company. Thank you.

Dru: You're welcome.

Victor: No one deserves this appointment more richly than you do.

Neil: I appreciate that. You know I'm not gonna disappoint you.

Victor: I know that.

Dru: Cheers.

Brad: Welcome to the team, Neil.

Neil: Hey, Bradley. Thanks for all your support.

Jack: Hey, you, uh, really came through for us. Is this maybe the beginning of a friendship?

Brad: Let's not get carried away, Jacko.

Neil: I can't remember things turned out this well. I'm not talking about just for us, but for everybody.

David: Thanks for including me in your celebration, Neil.

Neil: Oh, David, sure, you're welcome. I'm feeling magnanimous.

Dru: You know, this is a very special night. So why don't I make sure that we have plenty of bubbly to go around for the entire evening.

Neil: Oh, I like that.

Victor: All right.

Dru: Good!

Victor: Thank you.

Neil: Excuse me, I'm gonna...

Victor: Sure. So you showed up?

Brad: No reason to go home. Victoria is staying at the club--with Nikki.

Victor: Mmm.

Brad: She really doesn't wanna see me right now.

Victor: Well, I wouldn't worry about that, Bradley.

Brad: I hope you're right.

Victor: I know I'm right.

Neil: Uh, excuse me? I'd like everyone to join me in a toast. You know, it's kinda funny and interesting. Um... people usually talk about happy endings. Well, tonight is a night of happy beginnings. Not only is it the start of my tenure on the Newman board-- thank you, victor and other distinguished guests here tonight-- but it's also the beginning of Jack and Sharon's new life together. So, from me to you, congratulations on your engagement.

Jack: Thank you, Neil.

Sharon: Thank you, Neil.

Neil: Sure. Cheers.

Victor: Did I hear you right? You're engaged?

Jack: And happy. It is a winning combination.

Victor: Ah.

Brad: So when did this happen?

Sharon: Just tonight.

Jack: Sharon's gonna make an honest man out of me yet.

Phyllis: Is that possible?

Nick: Guess we got here just in time. Wow. First the election and now this.

Neil: I gotta be honest, I thought I was having the best day. But, Jack, you got me beat.

Jack: You know, I'd say we both have a lot to celebrate. In fact, I will share this day with you, Neil.

Brad: Well, that's the attitude that'll serve you well in Madison, Jacko.

Victor: Did you know about this?

David: I told him he had to back out of his proposal if he knew what was best for his campaign. (Cell phone ringing)

Victor: Excuse me. He should've damn well listened to you.

David: Yeah, no kidding.

Victor: Yes? Excuse me for one moment.

Victoria: Dad doesn't listen to anyone except Jack.

Nikki: Is that unbelievable? If somebody had said that a year ago, it would've sounded like the craziest statement ever.

Victoria: I'm sorry, but I don't understand it.

Nikki: Well, obviously, he doesn't hold much stock in his family's opinions.

Victoria: How can he claim to love you and then publicly humiliate you?

Nikki: It's appalling! It is disgusting! And I'm also very upset about what Brad did to you.

Victoria: The only thing you should be concerned about is me--killing him.

Nikki: Did he ever give you an explanation for why he voted for Neil?

Victoria: Oh, yeah, you're gonna love this. He claims that it's all a part of his strategy of divide and conquer.

Nikki: What? If he wanted to create dissention on the board, he should've voted for me.

Victoria: No, I know he thinks that Neil will eventually turn on Dad, making a strong ally for him down the road.

Nikki: That is ridiculous. He's got an ally! Hello!

Victoria: I know! It doesn't make any sense.

Nikki: You know, I wish he had just put a little more effort into something better than that.

Victoria: I don't understand why he would risk our relationship in hopes that one day Neil might side with him.

Nikki: I don't either. There's gotta be something more.

Victoria: Yeah. You're right. But the worst part about this is not knowing why he did it.

Brad: Well, this day's been hell on my blood pressure.

Sharon: Yeah, I'm... really sorry, Brad. I-I wanted to tell you myself.

Brad: Sharon, Jack isn't good enough for you. How many times do I have to tell you the same thing?

Nick: Sharon, do you have a second?

Brad: Excuse me.

Nick: Well, uh... you better not get married the same week we are.

Sharon: I promise. I won't. We haven't even set a date yet.

Nick: Well, don't be, uh, so sure. Jack moves fast. He may have already booked the church.

Sharon: Well, it seems like that's the pace everyone moves at these days, isn't it?

Nick: You and Jack, me and Phyllis-- who would've thought it? Life is crazy.

Sharon: I know. I tell you, I, uh... I didn't realize that my relationship with Jack was gonna get this serious.

Nick: Are you happy?

Sharon: Absolutely.

Nick: Well, then I'm happy for you.

Phyllis: Well, I didn't know you were going through a whole renovation.

Jack: Meaning?

Phyllis: Well, I mean, uh, a new project, a new seat on the senate, a new wife. And what's next? Are you going to change your name?

Jack: No, I like my name. And I don't have a seat on the senate yet.

Phyllis: Oh, you will. You definitely will. You'll get the votes. You're just so great with people.

Jack: Well, thanks. I appreciate that.

Phyllis: Sure. I have one problem.

Jack: Oh, what's that?

Phyllis: I mean, what kind of wedding present do you give the man who has everything?

Jack: I'll make it real easy for you. The best gift you could give me is finding a way to get along with Sharon.

Phyllis: Well, there you go, pushing it to the limit.

Jack: Well, you know me better than anyone else. Hey.

Sharon: Hey.

Phyllis: You better be good to him.

Sharon: Oh, don't you worry. I will.

Colleen: Okay, so everything you need for slide 42 right here on 6 neatly printed lines.

Korbel: Well, I've been remiss. All those times I sung your praises and I failed to compliment you on your excellent penmanship.

Colleen: Was there anything else you need me to do?

Korbel: Uh, I feel like we have more to do than usual.

Colleen: Yeah, you know, we were supposed to talk about that last week, but, um... we never got around to that.

Korbel: That's right. You distracted me.

Korbel: Not here.

Colleen: Sorry.

Korbel: We got away with it once. We won't again.

Colleen: I know. I know you could get in a lot of trouble.

Korbel: Yeah, and so could you. To be honest, I'm more worried about that. If the dean finds out, you could be expelled. We have to treat this like... a government secret.

Colleen: C-I-A-- Colleen Infatuates Adrian.

Korbel: Well, I see you're keeping up with the acronym theme.

Colleen: Well, what can I say? I'm just clever.

Korbel: Okay, we both have to be. Nobody can know we're involved.

Colleen: So I can't go home and post it on my blog?

Korbel: No, no. Not in your journal or in a card--nowhere. Okay, you can't even tell Lily.

Colleen: I swear I haven't said a word.

Korbel: Good.

Colleen: But... it's just, Lily... she's had my back throughout this whole thing. And I mean, I can pretty much guarantee that if I tell her, she won't tell anyone.

Korbel: Not even her husband? I'm sorry. We just can't take the risk.

Colleen: It's just Lily and I tell each other everything.

Korbel: I get that. Look, this isn't gonna be easy. Nothing in life ever is, but... if we wanna be together, we don't have a choice.

Colleen: Okay. I mean, I guess it's worth the sacrifice.

Korbel: You guess?

Paul: All right, let's just say you do succeed at ruining Korbel's career. Do you really think it's gonna make you feel any better?

J.T.: I know it will.

Paul: You know, you're probably right.

Gina: So how was dinner? By the way, J.T., did you like the new spaghetti sauce? Has quite a punch to it, don't you think?

J.T.: Gina, listen, I am really sorry about what happened before. Uh, I don't really have an excuse.

Gina: Well, I trust that Paul has talked some sense into you?

Paul: Well, I tried.

J.T.: Hey, let me-- let me pick this up. It's the least I can do.

Paul: You get the next one. Oh, you know what, Gina, I think there's a mistake here.

Gina: Oh, no, I don't think so. Actually, the, uh, lady sitting at the table told me that you were gonna pick up the tab. She said it's the least you could do.

J.T.: Well, I think you should go talk to her. Sounds like you owe her more than a dinner.

Paul: Excuse me.

J.T.: Yeah. Gina, um... once again, thanks for not kicking me out. I, uh, hope I can make it up to you somehow.

Gina: As a matter of fact there is a way you can. Never start a fight in here again, okay?

J.T.: Scout's honor.

Gina: Good. Oh, excuse me. Calvin? Calvin, wait a second. Uh, would you do me a favor? Make sure that Victoria Newman's room service order is put on the house. She's had kind of a bad day and I, uh, wanna brighten it up for her.

Brad: So between Jack's campaign and his project, it's going to be tough to squeeze in a wedding.

Sharon: Um, we'll manage to work it out.

Phyllis: Yeah, if you really want something, you can make it happen.

Sharon: That's right. Mm-hmm.

Nick: Well, I am beat. You, uh, wanna get out of here?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Nick: I'll get our coats.

Phyllis: So where's Victoria? Is it the first trimester fatigue?

Brad: That's not the reason she isn't here, Phyllis, and we both know that.

Sharon: Just ignore her, Brad. She's trying to get a rise out of you.

Phyllis: I thought that was your job. Anyway, listen, if Victoria is upset at you for a board vote, imagine how she would feel if she heard the whole story.

Victoria: You had the right concept. You and Phyllis-- you had the right idea. Start your own business. No office politics.

Nikki: You wanna know what happened? Jack happened that's when everything started to fall apart.

Victoria: I can't believe that it's come to this. Brad used to be so supportive, and now he doesn't even care.

Nikki: Oh, Honey, don't say that.

Victoria: Why not? It's true. Actions speak louder than words, Mom. And Brad and Dad-- they don't care about our thoughts or our feelings. All they care about is making money. They don't care whose lives they destroy or what historical significance they bulldoze. How is that satisfying?

Nikki: I don't know. But I know what is satisfying. Bringing a baby into this world. Honey, there's nothing more important than that.

Victoria: Yeah, well, it's too bad I can't stand the sight of its father.

Nikki: Hey, I hear you.

Victoria: Can you believe that he had the nerve to ask me if I was on my way home? What was he planning on doing? Cooking me dinner? Rubbing my feet? Was he hoping that I was gonna forget all about this?

Nikki: Amazing. (Cell phone ringing)

Nikki: Oh, ho! Yes, Victor.

Victor: Nikki, I... hope that you will reconsider joining me. This is turning out to be quite an interesting party. I know you're upset with me, but think about it, all right?

Jack: So now that Neil is on the board, I guess we can count on funding for Clear Springs?

Victor: That's right, Jack. We can all look forward to working on this project.

Jack: Well, not quite all of us. What are you gonna do about Nikki and Victoria?

Victor: They'll come around.

Jack: Are you sure? I'm not sure when I last saw them that angry.

Victor: Once they realize it's nothing personal, you know? They'll use the development's success for their own benefit.

Dru: Oh! Hey, Gentlemen.

Jack: Drucilla, thank you very much for setting all of this up.

Victor: Indeed.

Dru: Oh, Jack, don't mention it. Don't mention it. Now that my husband is on the board of directors, Victor, I have to thank you for making this happen.

Victor: Don't thank me. You thank your husband because he worked damn hard.

Dru: Yes, he did.

Victor: All right.

Dru: Thank you. And, Jack? I'm sure that you're going to make Sharon a very happy woman. And if you don't, you'll have to answer to me.

Jack: Oh, don't worry. I... her wish is my command.

Dru: Okay! Enjoy.

Victor: Thank you. Sharon is a very nice lady.

Jack: Oh, you don't have to tell me that. I know what a lucky man I am she's agreed to marry me.

Victor: Mm-hmm. Let me ask you something. You two haven't been together that long. How'd you get engaged so quickly?

Jack: I learned something very valuable in the last year.

Victor: Mmm?

Jack: Why wait when you know what you want?

Victor: Why, indeed? Why, indeed, Jack?

Victoria: I can't believe it. I can't believe that Dad would think you'd even consider going to Neil's victory party. He has completely lost it.

Nikki: To Victor, nothing is impossible.

Victoria: Yeah. Well, maybe he'll finally get the point when you don't show up. Although, Dad is so stubborn, I imagine he'll be sitting there waiting until all the other guests have gone home, expecting you to walk through the door at any minute.

Victoria: No way! Mom, tell me you're not going!

Paul: Well, here you are, well enough to stick me with your tab.

Sullivan: Well, I was going to order the '89 Bordeaux, but, lucky for you, I'm a beer gal.

Paul: It's been a while since I've had to put up with your grief. I've missed it.

Sullivan: Well, you know, I had to, um... go through a lot of grief from the guys at the station for that big bouquet you sent me when I got out of the hospital, so I had to get you back. But they were very pretty. Thank you.

Paul: I picked them all myself.

Sullivan: I haven't really gotten a chance to thank you, because you haven't called or visited.

Paul: Well, um...

Sullivan: Look, I know.

Paul: It's kind of difficult to explain.

Sullivan: You don't have to. It was my choice to track you. I let down my guard. I got myself shot. And now you feel guilty.

Paul: Well, if I had been honest with you in the first place, none of this would've happened.

Sullivan: It was me that ignored protocol, went in without back-up. And now I have a really cool scar to remind me not to make that mistake again.

Paul: They were all my mistakes.

Sullivan: Your conscience is, um, tied up in knots because I lied to protect you and your friends.

Paul: Wow. Smart and attractive. Where did you come from?

Sullivan: Uh, it's a small town, Wisconsin, Genoa City.

Paul: Never heard of it.

Sullivan: Yeah, it's very small. It was my decision to protect you. And I'd do it again.

Nick: Hours alone with my hot wife. What should we do?

Phyllis: Anything you want.

Nick: Anything?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Nick: Okay, what's in it for me?

Phyllis: Anything I ask.

Nick: Yeah? Okay. Bed, floor or couch?

Phyllis: Bed. Now.

Dru: You know, Brad, you could've knocked me over with a feather when I found out that you voted for my husband. Huh?

Neil: It's cool, man. I know that Victoria wanted you to vote for Nikki. Um, and you and I-- we haven't always seen eye to eye. But tell me this, why--why did you vote for me? Why'd you support me like that?

[Dru remembering]

Sharon: Phyllis-- she's blackmailing Brad with this information.

Dru: She is scandalous! She does not have one modicum of integrity, now does she?

Sharon: No, she doesn't. And if Brad doesn't vote her way in that board meeting this afternoon, she's going public with this affair. And I... I can't give Jack an answer until I know what's going to happen.

Brad: Listen, Neil, we have, uh, clashed, but... we also have quite a bit in common. You aren't afraid to express your opinions. And that is certainly a valuable trait for a board member. Look, you have proven yourself at Newman. And you are obviously devoted to doing what's best for the company.

Neil: I appreciate that. And, hey... I look forward to butting heads with you in the board room.

Brad: Yeah, well, wouldn't have it any other way. Take care.

Neil: Yeah.

Dru: Neil?

Neil: Yeah?

Dru: Do you believe him?

Neil: Brad? I'd like to think he genuinely respects me. But despite what happened today, I will never, ever trust Brad.

Nikki: Honey, I really can't argue any of your points. I am as upset about this as you are.

Victoria: So you're going to meet Dad because?

Nikki: I just... I just think I should, that's all.

Victoria: Great! That's just great, Mom! So now he'll think that no matter what he does, you'll forgive him.

Nikki: No, no, no, no. It's not like I'm gonna tear through Indigo with a white flag.

Victoria: Then what are you gonna do?

Nikki: I've already made it very clear that his behavior is totally unacceptable. But I can't just give up on him like that. And, Honey, you can't give up on Brad, either. I'm just gonna go, see what happens. Will you be all right?

Victoria: Oh, good, yeah, just go. Go. You know, at this point, I'd rather be alone.

Nikki: (Sighs) I'll call you later.

(Cell phone ringing)

Victoria: Brad.

(Knock on door)

J.T.: Room service.

Paul: So I'm waiting in the motel parking lot, right, for the guy to leave so I can follow him to the warehouse.

Sullivan: Right.

Paul: And he lets the pizza guy in.

Sullivan: Okay.

Paul: Five minutes, nothing happens. Suddenly the pizza guy comes out. He's got these big gold rings. He's got diamonds, watches, frankincense, myrrh. So the guys-- the guys giving the stolen property to pay for the 10 buck pizza.

Sullivan: Oh, wow.

Paul: I was gonna call you 'cause I thought you'd enjoy it, but, uh...

Sullivan: Well, the next time you run across one of Genoa City's most idiotic, you better call me.

Paul: Could be a daily phone call. You sure you want that?

Sullivan: Now I don't want you to get a swelled head, but seeing you has kinda been the highlight of my day.

Paul: Me, too.

Colleen: That's the last of them.

Korbel: Well, then I guess we're done for the night.

Colleen: You know, we haven't even started to think about, uh, next week's lectures.

Korbel: Well, I do have some ideas.

Colleen: Really? Because I don't mind staying. I mean, provided you don't have somewhere else to be.

Korbel: No, no, no, work comes first. Okay, we're gonna be covering how the changing artistic depictions of the Virgin Mary reflected the theology and philosophy of the period.

(Cell phone ringing)

Korbel: One second. It's the dean.

Phyllis: There's a lot to be said for taking it slow.

Nick: If I had known what was waiting for me here, I wouldn't have wasted one minute at that party.

Phyllis: What do you think about that?

Nick: About what?

Phyllis: You know what I'm talking about.

Nick: Oh, yeah. Jack and Sharon being engaged.

Phyllis: Uh-huh. What do you think? Does it bother you?

Nick: Um... yeah, it bothers me.

Phyllis: It does?

Nick: Yeah. Doesn't it bother you?

Phyllis: No, not at all.

Nick: I just think it's weird. It's weird.

Phyllis: Yeah, the whole thing is weird.

Nick: You know, when I was about Noah's age, uh, Jack became my stepfather. Now he's about to become Noah's--

Phyllis: I-- you know, I don't wanna talk about Jack and Sharon and stepfathers. I don't really wanna talk about that.

Nick: What do you wanna talk about?

Phyllis: I wanna talk about you.

Nick: Okay.

Jack: So now that we've gone public, any regrets?

Sharon: Too late if I do.

Jack: That almost sounds like a yes.

Sharon: I actually-- I do have one regret.

Jack: Okay, let's hear it.

Sharon: I should've said yes immediately. I shouldn't have made you wait.

Victoria: We went around the table. Everything was going according to plan, until it was Brad's turn. And I'm telling you, when Neil's name came out of his mouth, I couldn't have been more shocked.

J.T.: Well, what if he'd have voted for me? That might've topped it.

Victoria: I just kept thinking that at any minute he was gonna smile and say he was just kidding. But the joke was on me.

J.T.: Well, you want me to rough him up a little bit? I seem to be pretty good at that lately.

Victoria: Why? What happened?

J.T.: Well, I almost kicked the medieval art professor's butt.

Victoria: You and Adrian fought? Why?

J.T.: He and Colleen keep pretending that they're only getting intellectual stimulation from each other.

Victoria: Hmm. I thought she stopped seeing him.

J.T.: Well, all I know is, when they're together, they can't seem to take their eyes off each other. You know that guy actually had the nerve to pay for my bar tab today?

Victoria: Sounds like he's just being a jerk.

J.T.: Yeah.

Victoria: I wouldn't-- I wouldn't let him get to me, if I were you.

J.T.: No, he keeps rubbing their relationship in my face. So I gave it back to him, and suddenly I'm the bad guy.

Victoria: Maybe you should've just ignored him.

J.T.: Maybe I should've. You know, Korbel should be thanking me. And of course, Colleen's right there by his side.

Victoria: She has no idea what she's doing with that guy. He's trouble for her.

J.T.: Thank you. Thank you. Finally! Finally, someone with a little bit of common sense around here.

Victoria: I'm just stating the obvious.

J.T.: You know what? Here we are-- both miserable. While Adrian and Brad get exactly what they want.

J.T.: I declare this pity party over.

Victoria: Here, here!

J.T.: Yeah, let's let the real party begin. Drink of choice, my lady? Drink of choice?

Victoria: Pineapple juice.

J.T.: Pineapple juice? After the day you just had, why don't you add some rum in there?

Victoria: I, uh, I can't. I'm pregnant.

Victor: You're not leaving, are you?

Brad: Listen, I can't sit here sipping champagne while my wife is furious at me. I'm gonna go find her, try to work this out.

Colleen: What did the dean say?

Korbel: Well, a lot of bureaucrat-ease.

Colleen: Oh, no.

Korbel: Well, the upshot is, the investigation into our inappropriate relationship has been closed and dismissed.

Colleen: Finally.

Korbel: And I can look forward to many years of toiling away to little acclaim and even less money. Because I am on the tenure track!

Colleen: Congratulations! That's... that's huge!

Korbel: Well... I couldn't have done it without the help of my loyal research assistant.

Phyllis: This is the answer to the age old question, chocolate is a close second to sex.

Nick: Mmm. How close?

Phyllis: Millions of miles away.

Nick: Okay. Especially with me, right?

Phyllis: That's-- that's right.

Nick: Oh, yeah.

Phyllis: Do you want something?

Nick: Uh, no, I'm good.

Phyllis: Pretzels?

Nick: Uh, no, I'm good, thanks.

Phyllis: I know that look. You're thinking about business.

Nick: I guess I'm feeling a little guilty. I'm here having a great time, and I know the rest of my family is miserable.

Phyllis: Yeah, but it's not gonna help your family if you're miserable, too.

Nick: You know, I'm real glad that Brad voted for Neil. I'm just having a hard time figuring out why he did it.

Phyllis: Mmm. I mean, who knows why Brad does anything?

Nick: Maybe he really thinks that Neil's the best man for the job. I just... I get the feeling there's more to it, don't you?

Phyllis: I don't-- I don't know. I mean, Brad's an opportunist. That's--that's who he is. Maybe he just... sat down, thought about it... and, um, and realized that... it was in his best interest to--to vote for Neil.

Dru: (Chuckles)

Nikki: Hi, there.

Dru: Hi, Nikki.

Victor: Well, I'm glad you could join us.

Nikki: Well, you know what they say about curiosity killing the losing board candidate? After your intriguing phone call, I thought I would see what I was missing.

Jack: Well, you missed some terrific appetizers, some great champagne and the fact that Sharon and I are engaged.

Nikki: Wow. My goodness, you have had a 5-star day, haven't you?

Jack: The first of many, I hope.

Nikki: Well, congratulations to both of you.

Sharon: Thank you so much, Nikki.

Jack: Thank you.

Sharon: We're very happy.

Dru: Oh, let's share the day, okay? It's also Neil's celebration.

Neil: No, no, it's cool. We can share the day. As a matter of fact, you can make it up to me, Jack.

Jack: Go.

Neil: Once you win that senate seat, you can declare my election to the board a state holiday.

Jack: Done!

Sharon: We will, we will.

Victor: Excuse us for a moment. How's Victoria?

Nikki: She's been better.

Victor: And how are you?

Nikki: I've been better, too.

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

John: You love Sharon as much as you love Phyllis?

Kevin: You really wanna get into Ji Min's email account?

Gloria: Yes, I do.

Michael: Gloria can't be trusted.

Lauren: She's not gonna do anything because she has too much to lose.

Victoria: Brad doesn't care about how I feel, why should I give a care about his feelings?

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