Y&R Transcript Friday 4/13/07

Y&R Transcript Friday 4/13/07 -- Canada; Monday 4/16/07 -- U.S.A.

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Kevin: It almost worked.

Gloria: Almost isn't good enough, Kevin. I need Jill and Ji Min to hook up.

Kevin: Yeah, I know, I get it. To find out that those two are, you know, really together.

Michael: Right, right, so that he doesn't forgive her and falls into your arms, well, I hope that all works out for you.

Gloria: Did I never tell you to go after what you want in life?

Kevin: Wait, are we here to psychoanalyze me or to find you a new rich husband?

Gloria: Oh, so I resent that.

Kevin: Oh, well, then I apologize. It must be William's sparkling personality after and not the billions of dollars that he has in the bank.

Gloria: All right, all right, I admit it, the money was very appealing. After I found out that John's money that he gave me was stolen from me.

Kevin: But to know William and now you want the, uh, storybook ending, correct?

Gloria: You'd be surprised what I've learned about Will in those bereavement meetings. I mean, the way he still talks about Miranda with so much love and affection and respect-- and joking, it made me realize that there really are other good men out there in the world. I've seen a side of William Bardwell that most people don't get to see. He's compassionate and he's tender and he's very funny.

Kevin: Oh, really? Wow! He must be all of those things when he's not arresting innocent people and putting them in jail.

Gloria: Can you get over your bad experiences for my sake or at least try?

Kevin: Well, I could do that, or I can focus on getting Jill and Ji Min together. Isn't that what you want?

Gloria: Yeah, it is. Because it could change my future.

Kevin: Good. Then that's what I'm gonna concentrate on.

Gloria: Oh, Jill, Jill-- Jill doesn't deserve a man like William. She doesn't love him. She just wants to, you know, have him. She's tough as nails. If William ever misbehaves, she'll chew him up and spit him out for breakfast. But if he were mine, I'd treat him with so much respect.

Kevin: Mom, eye on the prize. Eye on the prize here, okay? Jill and Mr. Boss man, right? We got them alone in a room together, spiked her coffee with libido enhancers and they still didn't hook up.

Gloria: Yeah, well, maybe we need another plan.

Kevin: No. I think we need to kick it up a notch. You still have some of that, uh, rocket fuel?

Gloria: Of course.

Kevin: Good. This, and, uh, a little added shock value should do the trick.

Gloria: What are you thinking?

Kevin: I'm thinking that Bardwell needs to see all this first hand.

Devon: Hey, there.

Neil: Hey, guys. You made good time.

Daniel: Yeah, well, there's not that much traffic coming from the airport this time of night.

Neil: Olivia make her plane?

Devon: Yeah, she was cutting it close, but, uh, it got delayed a half-hour. She's gonna be all right.

Neil: Good, good. I'm surprised to see you back here.

Lily: Well, we thought you might like some company when you go home tonight.

Neil: Thanks, but I'm not gonna go home.

Daniel: Not at all?

Neil: No. I'm gonna crash here tonight.

Devon: You gotta go back to the apartment sometime.

Neil: I'm not going home tonight.

Daniel: Well, then we could stay here with you. We can all hang out.

Neil: Daniel, I'd rather you didn't.

Lily: What, you don't like us anymore?

Devon: Where you gonna sleep?

Neil: I'll sleep on the couch in the office.

Lily: Dad, I'm not leaving you alone tonight.

Devon: Yeah, neither am I.

Neil: Do you understand that I just-- I need some alone time, all right? Wait, I take that back. If you--if you wanna be here, okay, if you three wanna stay because it's gonna make you feel better, then stay. If you're staying because you think I need people around me, then don't, all right? Just go, please.

Lily: Dad, we're just-- we're worried about you.

Neil: I know you are, Honey. But I'll be--I'll be fine. All right, I'm gonna lock up. I'm gonna go lay down and fall asleep alone, all right?

Devon: Okay, if that's what you want.

Neil: Yeah, I do.

Lily: Okay, but if you need anything, then call us, no matter how late it is.

Neil: Honey... I promise.

Devon: See ya.

Neil: Yeah.

Lily: I love you.

Neil: I love you, too, Honey. Daniel.

Gloria: Hello, William, it's Gloria. I hope I'm not interrupting and I know it's late, but, um... I was wondering if maybe you were up for a drink or a cup of coffee or... well, today is the anniversary of the day that John and I met and it's hitting me pretty hard tonight. Yeah, I know. I knew you'd be the one to understand. Listen, William, forget it. I know it's late and it-- really? You will? William, you're a Godsend.... as always. I'll see you soon.

Gloria: Kevin, it's me. Okay, it's all set. We're going to meet for coffee. I told him it was the anniversary of the day John and I met. No, but its close enough.

Kevin: Yeah, I'm onto phase two.

Gloria: Okay, I'll talk to you soon.

Daniel: Listen, we can always call him later to make sure he's all right.

Lily: Yeah, but he's not all right, Daniel.

Devon: Lily, he just wanted to be alone. Give him a little bit of time.

Lily: Time to do what? Feel bad and alone? I mean, why is Dad doing this?

Daniel: Because that's that he needs right now.

Lily: Yeah, but I just-- I don't get it. How does that help?

Devon: I don't know. Look, you want some of that peppermint tea you like?

Lily: No, actually, I want coffee.

Daniel: You want coffee now?

Lily: Yes. Is there a problem?

Devon: You want decaf, right?

Lily: No, I want regular.

Devon: Lily, that's gonna keep you up all night long.

Lily: Okay, you know what? I'll get it myself then.

Sharon: Oh, Lily! Hey. Um...

Devon: Hey, Sharon.

Sharon: Hi, um, if I, um, if I haven't said so already, that service for your mother was lovely and you did a great job putting it together. She would've been proud.

Lily: Thank you. Uh, but it was really a combination of everyone's help, so...

Sharon: So how's Neil?

Devon: He's still at Indigo. He won't budge.

Sharon: What do you mean, he won't budge?

Daniel: He's gonna spend the night there, stay on the couch.

Sharon: Oh. Well, he doesn't wanna go home to an empty place. I understand that.

Lily: Yeah, but he doesn't wanna get a hotel room. He doesn't wanna come home with us. He won't even let us stay there with him.

Devon: Yeah, he was pretty emphatic about being alone.

Daniel: It kinda had us worried.

Jill: So... are we all set up?

Kevin: Yes, we are. We have the, uh, bid information packet, sandwiches from that little take-out place in the lobby, coffee, tea...

Ji Min: Well, it looks like we've taken care of everything.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, the, uh, numbers should be self-explanatory, but if you have any questions, please call me on my cell.

Jill: Thank you, Kevin.

Kevin: You're welcome. And, uh, listen, if you decide not to go with this vendor, just shoot me an e-mail. Otherwise, sign whatever papers need to be signed and leave 'em on my desk and I will contact the vendor first thing in the morning.

Ji Min: Very good, Sir.

Jill: So... looks like another night of fun. Shall we get down to it?

Ji Min: I can't wait.

Gloria: You don't know how much this means to me-- you being here.

Will: What are friends for? Well, when you told me what day it was... I've been there. Something reminds you of what you lost and you feel like you're right back where you started.

Gloria: That's exactly how I feel. And I knew you'd understand that.

Will: That, and I like spending time with you.

Gloria: Really? You do?

Will: Yeah. I'll get us some coffee.

(Knock on door)

Neil: We're closed!

Sharon: It's Sharon!

Neil: Yeah? Hey.

Sharon: Hello.

Neil: Hi, Sharon. Uh, I hope you're-- you're not here to try to cheer me up.

Sharon: No, looks like you're doing that all by yourself.

Neil: It's not about feeling better.

Sharon: No. It's about feeling nothing.

Neil: Bingo.

Sharon: I saw the kids at the coffeehouse.

Neil: Did you now? Let me guess, they told you to come over here?

Sharon: No, I just sort of volunteered.

Neil: Yeah, did they, uh, tell you that I'd prefer to be alone right now?

Sharon: Because of that bottle over there?

Neil: Yeah.

Sharon: Well, thanks for being honest.

Neil: And now that I have, Sharon, you get your choice. Now either you can turn around and walk out of here, or you can stay inside and have a drink with me. It's up to you. No lecturing, though.

Sharon: Deal.

Neil: Here. I lied before.

Sharon: You did?

Neil: Yeah. This whiskey is making me feel better. Better being a relative term. Um, instead of wanting to jump in front of a train, now I'm just utterly depressed.

Sharon: I, uh... I felt utterly depressed when Cassie died and that was on a good day. And there weren't very many of those.

Neil: Yeah, I'm sorry. I remember.

Sharon: Now listen, I'm not pretending to know what you're going through. Everyone who loses somebody close to them goes through their own personal hell.

Neil: Hell? Sharon, hell--ooh... hell would be a major improvement, all right? Hell would be a first-class ticket, all expenses paid to Bora Bora, Baby! Hell would be anything--

Sharon: Hey, I know! Come home with me. I mean... well, I didn't mean that the way it sounded.

Neil: Oh, yeah, understood.

Sharon: No, just come home with me. Don't be alone.

Neil: I-I-I... I shouldn't. I can't. I think I should just stay here.

Sharon: Well, we could both use a friend. I mean, I know I could.

Neil: Oh, Sharon, I'm not sure I'd be much of a friend to you right now.

Sharon: Well, then don't be. Just--just be a lump. Sit in the corner. Don't do anything. Don't say anything. Just--just come home with me. Just don't be alone.

Neil: Is my bottle of anesthetic welcome at your house?

Sharon: It sure is. As long as I drive.

Neil: You bet. Let's get outta here then.

[Kevin watches Jill and Ji Min in the boardroom on his computer at home]

Kevin: Oh, it's showtime!

Jill: What do you think of this figure?

Kevin: Mmm, take off your blouse and I'll tell you.

Ji Min: Software consulting?

Jill: That seems a little high to me. Of course, if it's for individualized attention...

Ji Min: Well, there's no substitute for one-on-one.

Jill: Are you speaking from experience?

Kevin: Come on, try me, Baby! You know you want to.

Ji min: You know, I've always found that the personal touch works best.

Jill: Hands-on instruction.

Ji min: It's the only way to go.

Jill: I wouldn't expect anything less from you.

Kevin: Oh, go, Jill! Damn!

Ji Min: Consultants can determine who needs the most help on a case-by-case basis.

Jill: Makes sense.

Ji Min: Give attention where attention is needed.

Jill: See... now I know why you've been so successful at interpersonal relationships.

Ji min: (Chuckles) on to hardware...

Kevin: Hard-ware. Get it?

Jill: Are you interested in any of this food Kevin brought?

Ji Min: Let's stick with coffee.

Jill: Fine by me. You take it black?

Ji Min: Surprise me.

Jill: Oh, I can do that.

Kevin: I bet you can! Damn, is it getting hot in here, or what? Phew!

Ji Min: You know, I'm thinking the quicker we can power our way through this...

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, yeah, we can skip the foreplay and get down to business.

Jill: Staring at numbers isn't your favorite way to spend an evening, is it?

Ji Min: Well, I'm open to suggestions.

Jill: Are you?

Ji Min: Always.

Jill: That's good to know.

Gloria: John Abbott was a perfect gentleman. I remember the first time I saw him. He was standing up so tall and so straight. He had beautiful posture. That's the first thing I ever noticed about him.

Will: How did you two meet?

Gloria: Just by chance. But I like to think it was fate. After the losers I married, God finally sent me a wonderful, caring decent husband.

Will: It's always the little things you miss the most about them.

Gloria: You know, John had a gift for remembering people's names. He'd be introduced to them once, and that was it. Next time he saw you, it was, "Hello, Gloria, nice to see you again."

Will: Now that is an admirable trait.

Gloria: And I think that's one of the reasons why he was so successful. And why so many people beloved him-- his colleagues, employees, his family. And how he was able to balance a demanding career and still have time for his children and his wife. And not just because he was brilliant-- he was that-- but John was really interested in people. And he always went out of his way to make them feel special. It didn't matter who was around, what was going on, if he was talking to you, he made you feel like you were the only person in the room.

Lily: You guys, who left newspapers everywhere?

Devon: Don't look at me.

Lily: This place is a mess.

Daniel: Lily...

Lily: What?

Daniel: Don't, Baby. You're running around like you're on overdrive.

Lily: Listen, please, okay.

Devon: Lily, come on. He's right.

Lily: He's right? Okay, you know what? This place will just stay dirty. Are you happy?

Daniel: Baby, why don't you just sit down and relax for a minute?

Lily: Daniel, I am relaxing-- by keeping busy. Don't you get it?

Devon: Order out of chaos.

Daniel: What?

Devon: Order out of chaos. That's how my grandma used to describe it. Every time something would get her riled that she couldn't fix, suddenly every drawer in the house would get organized.

Lily: Oh, God. Yeah, you see? Devon gets it, okay? This is how I am relaxing-- by making sure that everything is clean and in its right place. (Gasps)

Daniel: Whoa, Lily...

Devon: What just happened?

Lily: No, my doll... my doll that my mom gave me.

Daniel: Baby, its okay.

Lily: I broke her.

Daniel: It's okay.

Lily: No, it is not okay! My mom gave this to me and I broke her! Oh, my God!

Lily: No, I can't-- I can't fit the pieces back.

Devon: Here, Lily, let me try and do it.

Daniel: Yeah, look, maybe we can glue it.

Lily: No, don't touch it! It won't help! You'll still see the cracks.

Daniel: Baby, I will do a really good job. I promise.

Lily: Oh, Daniel, it won't be the same. It won't be the same.

Daniel: I will buy you a new one.

Lily: I don't want a new one! I want this one!

Devon: Lily, we can find the exact same doll to replace it, all right?

Lily: No, you can't! Because my mom gave this to me when I was four years old when I was sick and we had to cancel my birthday party. She said, "Marie will be your friend." And now it's broken and I can't fix it. I'm sorry, Mom. I'm sorry.

Daniel: It's okay.

Lily: I'm sorry.

Daniel: It's okay.

Lily: I'm sorry, Mom.

Will: More coffee?

Gloria: Maybe. But first I think I wanna visit the powder room. Excuse me.

Will: I'll be here. (Cell phone ringing)

Kevin: We're still waiting.

Gloria: Kevin, what is taking so long?

Kevin: I don't know, willpower? They're practically climbing all over each other. They just haven't, uh, taken the plunge yet.

Gloria: Well, I can't sit around here all night waiting.

Kevin: Well, what else do you want me to do? Look, it's not gonna be long.

Ji Min: Just to be safe.

Jill: Safe? What fun is that?

Ji Min: Adventurous? I like that in a woman.

Jill: Ah, ah, ah, you mean, a colleague.

Ji Min: I mean, you. An attractive female colleague.

Kevin: Oh, I heard that.

Jill: I was wondering when you'd notice.

Ji Min: Come on, a man would have to be dead not to.

Kevin: I told you, its not gonna be long. I spiked the coffee and the tea.

Gloria: All right, you call me.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, as soon as clothes start coming off.

Gloria: I'm counting on you, Kevin. I'm back!

Will: Ah, shall we?

Gloria: Uh... a little bit more?

Will: Yeah, sure.

Jill: I'm having trouble concentrating. Why is this so hard?

Kevin: No pun intended, right, Jill? Oh, come on, just jump him already!

Ji Min: It must be contagious.

Kevin: No, no, it must be lust. (Telephone ringing)

Kevin: Baldwin residence, Kevin speaking.

Daniel: Hey, Kev, it's me. Look, uh, is my mom over there? I really need to find her.

Kevin: Uh, no, I haven't seen her. Why? What's up? You sound intense.

Daniel: Lily's having a really rough time. Look, man, she can't stop crying. I think everything just hit her all at once. And I just thought my mom might know what to do.

Kevin: Uh, well, how long has it been going on?

Daniel: Well, it just started, but it's not good. It's kinda freaking me out.

Kevin: Huh. Do you have any sleeping pills? Anything like that?

Daniel: Not lying around the house. It might not be a bad idea.

Kevin: You know, I think that, uh, Lauren may have some. She was, um, she was having some panic attacks, uh, after Fen was born. I could spot you a couple.

Daniel: What are they?

Kevin: It's just a mild sedative, you know, kinda take the edge off, help her relax.

Daniel: What, have you tried 'em?

Kevin: Uh, yeah, yeah, I took a few after Jana went missing, you know? And trust me, if she's in bad shape, dude, you're gonna want some.

Daniel: I don't know, man.

Kevin: It's no big deal, just take a couple until you can get a prescription. You know, she may not even need them. She could wake up in the morning feeling fine. You know, a good night's sleep?

Daniel: Okay, look, I'm gonna try and get in touch with a doctor and see if they think if it would be all right if she borrowed a couple.

Kevin: You know, I'd bring some over myself, but I am smack in the middle of something.

Daniel: Don't worry about it, man. If I'm coming over there, I'll call you, okay?

Sharon: Come on in. Make yourself at home.

Neil: Thanks. Hey, Sharon, you have a, uh...

Sharon: A glass? Yes, just a sec, I'll grab you one.

Neil: Why don't you grab one for yourself while you're at it?

Sharon: Um, okay, yeah, I might have a little bit of wine later.

Neil: You know, I never realized what a terrific place you have here.

Sharon: Well, thank you.

Neil: Yeah, really, it's warm and cozy, kinda come right in and-- thanks-- kick off your shoes.

Sharon: That's funny. You know, Dru said the same thing.

Neil: I can only imagine you and Dru... sitting right here on this couch, you know, together, when we were--

Sharon: You two were separated.

Sharon: You know, it was good for us-- that time. We, uh, chatted and chatted every night. She talked a lot about you-- how much she loved you. I don't think there was one night that went by she didn't tell me how much she was in love with you.

Neil: What about Brad?

Sharon: Um, you're safe there. I don't think Dru had a thing for him.

Neil: No, no, no, you know exactly what I mean. You and Brad-- I mean, did you... ever have him over here for you?

Sharon: Well, Brad and I are friends. Yeah, he's been here.

Neil: Sharon... it's only me and you now. I'm only asking to try to make sense of everything here. I'd appreciate knowing the whole story. So if you wouldn't mind, I'd like you to tell me everything about what happened between you and Brad.

Sharon: Brad means a lot to me. He's always been supportive, no matter what. And he's the one person that I felt... understood that kind of emptiness, you know? When... when Cassie passed away and--and Nick... pulled away from me, I, uh... well, I think I told you a lot about this at the hospital.

Neil: That's okay. Keep going. I wanna hear it all.

Sharon: Well, how do you explain why you have a connection with another person? Brad and I--we just do.

Neil: I can't imagine Brad being connected to anyone besides his own reflection in the mirror. Oh, hey, look, I'm sorry. It must be the drink talking.

Sharon: No, it's okay. I understand that he's not your favorite person right now.

Neil: Oh, no, nor will he ever be. Uh... so... when did, uh, when did Dru find out?

Sharon: Um, she found out after the business trip to St. Louis. That was where Brad and I first kissed. And, you know, I felt really guilty about that kiss. I found out later that Nick and Phyllis... it doesn't matter. It doesn't matter. Dru--she, um... she had a way of seeing through people.

Neil: Yeah. That she did.

Sharon: And she called me on it right away.

Neil: That's Dru for you-- nothing but flat out honesty.

Sharon: She also had a way of seeing all sides of a situation. You know, especially when it was someone else's situation.

Neil: I know what you mean.

Sharon: And she could acknowledge that... people do make mistakes. You know, they do things that they regret. She's made a few mistakes of her own, as I recall.

Neil: Oh, yeah. One or two, right?

Sharon: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Um, do you regret-- regret what you did with Brad?

Sharon: I don't regret how close we are. I don't regret our connection, but I do regret that kiss some. Because it was unfair to Nick.

Neil: Yeah. Dru got that.

Sharon: She knew how torn up I was inside, feeling so connected to another man when my marriage to Nick was falling apart and that's when we became such close friends. You know, she didn't push a lot of advice on me.

Neil: That's 'cause she was a good listener.

Sharon: The best. That's when I had just started, uh, working as a spokesmodel and Brad was mentoring me. He was the one that hired me in the first place, you know? He gave me a shot at making a career out of it and Dru knew how much that meant to me. I could tell her anything.

Neil: I could, too.

Lily: No, Daniel, please, don't leave.

Daniel: Baby, I'm just gonna be gone for a couple minutes, okay? Your Aunt Liv's phoning in a prescription.

Devon: Prescription for what?

Lily: No.

Daniel: Just something to help her relax and calm down a little bit. Lauren's taking the same pills right now so I'm gonna head over there. I'm gonna pick them up because Olivia said it was okay for her to try one for the night, okay? Look, Baby, I'm gonna go get 'em and I'm gonna be right back. I'm gonna be right back. I'll be right back.

Devon: Lily? I know how special that doll was to you.

Lily: Now I broke it and I can't fix it.

Devon: No.

Lily: It's...

Devon: I'm sure we can find another one just like it, okay? It wasn't an antique or anything, right?

Lily: No, it wouldn't be the same, Devon. It wouldn't be the same.

Devon: Hey, hey, it would be close to the same one, Lily. And you can keep this broken one someplace safe and then put the new one out so people can see it.

Lily: No, I mean... my mom bought it for me when I was little. Where will I find it?

Devon: I don't know. One of them auction sites, you know? They have everything for doll collectors. I'll bet you anything you could find it online, okay? And it's worth a try.

Lily: But I don't have my computer here.

Devon: Use my computer. Or use Daniel's. It's right there on the desk. Okay? Listen, I'm gonna make you some of your favorite tea, all right? What do you want? You want milk? You want whipped cream?

Lily: I don't care.

Devon: You don't care? All right, well, then I'm gonna surprise you.

Jill: I don't know. When you lay it all out there on the table...

Ji Min: That would be my preference.

Jill: I've just lost my entire train of thought.

Ji Min: We were talking about peripherals... cables... all those intercoupling parts.

Jill: Male and female...

Ji Min: Usb ports.

Jill: Um... how many pages do we have left here?

Ji Min: Too many pages. Too many numbers. Too many layers of clothes.

Jill: Oh, God, I was hoping you'd say that.

Kevin: Yes! Yes! Yes! It's about time! Get ready to roll, Mom! (Cell phone ringing)

Gloria: William, it's Kevin, do you mind?

Will: No.

Gloria: Kevin?

Kevin: C.E.O. and the man-- Ji man--are lip locked. They are kissing. They are rounding first, headed to second. This is not a drill, Mom. I repeat, not a drill.

Gloria: What file?

Kevin: Oh, Ji man, go! I tell you, Mom, this guy has got some moves!

Gloria: Honey, do you know where you left it?

Kevin: You know what ticks me off, though, is I spent so much money on that food and they're not even touching it. It's okay, though, because they are touching plenty of other things.

Gloria: Honey, you really want me to go to Jabot now? This late at night and walk through that dark parking lot?

Will: Excuse me, is there a problem?

Gloria: Kevin left a file at Jabot. He says he needs it. It's in the conference room.

Will: Well, I'd be happy to go with you.

Gloria: Oh, no, William, I don't want you to have to bother.

Will: It's no bother.

Gloria: Really? You're sure?

Will: Yeah.

Gloria: Thank you. Kevin, uh, William says he'll take me over to Jabot. So you sit tight and, uh, we're on our way.

Kevin: You better hurry up. There's not gonna be much left to walk in on.

Gloria: You're very welcome, Kevin. I'll see you soon.

Will: Shall we?

Gloria: Yes. Ready when you are. Thank you.

Neil: Dru was so much more than a wife to me. That sounds strange, doesn't it?

Sharon: Not at all.

Neil: Sharon, let me tell you, it was a wild ride sometimes. I know that girl loved me unconditionally. You know, she believed in me like nobody else.

Sharon: You felt the same way about her.

Neil: Pretty obvious, huh? There's nothing that woman couldn't do. It's like once she set her mind to something, it was a done deal.

Sharon: And don't forget, she became Mrs. Neil Winters twice.

Neil: Oh, yeah. I would've married her ten more times.

Sharon: You know, I remember, um, once night she was staying here and were up until 3:00 in the morning, just talking.

Neil: Talking, huh? Talking about?

Sharon: Oh, everything. Life, love... what we want to accomplish, things that we have already accomplished, and you know, this one thing that stood out in my mind. The one accomplishment that she said she was most proud of was being a good wife and a good mother to you and Lily and Devon. Nothing meant more to her.

Neil: Yeah. Thanks for telling me that.

Sharon: I think you already knew.

Neil: Sharon, I remember vividly... you know, I would come home from work and, uh, there she'd be. And I would tell her about my day-- things that made me happy, things that bothered me and she would just listen. Of course, she always had an opinion, but... she would listen, no matter what. That's what made Dru so special. You know, she cared... about people. She--she put herself out there for other people.

Sharon: I know, Neil. Um... she died trying to save my life. Hey, um... I, uh, want you to know that... if you ever need a friend and you need to talk, I'm gonna listen. Dru was my closest friend.

Neil: Mine, too.

Sharon: Well, I wanna honor that. So I promise you I'm gonna do my best to be as good a friend to you as she was to me.

Neil: Thank you, Sharon. Thank you.

Kevin: Mom, you better hurry up! You're gonna miss the whole show! (Doorbell rings)

Kevin: Coming! Yo.

Daniel: Hey.

Kevin: What did you find out?

Daniel: Well, I talked to Lily's Aunt Liv. She said its fine for her to try some of Lauren's pills and then if she's not better in the morning, we'll just get her a prescription and take it from there.

Kevin: Cool, cool, here you go.

Daniel: Thank you. You're a lifesaver, man. Are you sure Lauren's not gonna mind?

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, yeah, don't worry about it.

Daniel: Okay. Dude, man, I really appreciate this. You know, Lily is a wreck.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah, well, then you gotta go be with her. Go, you got the pills.

Daniel: Yeah, I hope they work.

Kevin: All right.

Daniel: Thank you.

Lily: Man, I hate this browser.

Devon: Here you go.

Lily: Thank you.

Devon: What's wrong with it?

Lily: It's not letting me go back and forth between web sites.

Devon: The forward and back buttons aren't working or what?

Lily: No, they're working, they're just going really slow.

Devon: Well, there's a lot of internet traffic this time of night. It slows everything down on there.

Lily: So how do I fix it?

Devon: Um, you could go to the browser history and pick, uh, whatever page you want from there and do--what is it-- control-n for new window and just pick another page and keep doing that over and over again till you get all the pages you want on the screen.

Lily: Okay, okay.

Devon: Click the window.

Lily: Thank you.

Devon: You're welcome.

Devon: How's it going over there?

Lily: Um... it's fine.

Devon: Hey, you know what? I meant to tell you that, um, I found this in the wastebasket at Newman the other day.

Lily: What--what is that?

Devon: It's a flash drive. I'm pretty sure it's Daniel's, 'cause I haven't seen another one like it and I don't think he meant to throw it away. Make sure he gets it back, all right?

Lily: Um, okay.

[Lily remembering]

Lily: Hey, why are you throwing out that flash drive?

Daniel: It's been giving me some problems and I don't really need it anymore.

Gloria: William, thank you for coming all the way over here for that silly file.

Will: Well, if Kevin needs 'em tonight. They can't be all that silly.

Gloria: I know, but it's such an inconvenience to you.

Will: Well, it would be, if I didn't enjoy your company.

Gloria: This will only take a minute. Come on.

Will: Jill?!

Jill: Oh, William!

Kevin: Ooh! Oh, now, that is entertainment!

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

Kevin: She's onto you.

Daniel: What are you talking about?

Ji Min: I sure as hell didn't mean to cause any problems for the two of you.

Jill: It wasn't your fault. It was my choice.

Gloria: Did you and Jill work everything out?

Sharon: I wanna marry Jack. Why won't you let this go?

Neil: Because.

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