Y&R Transcript Wednesday 4/18/07 -- Canada; Thursday 4/19/07 -- U.S.A.
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Phyllis: Oh, these pictures are...
Nick: They're horrifying.
Nick: I just don't understand you know if I wasn't there, I'd... I would think that--
Nick: Dru and Sharon fell because of... Sharon.
Phyllis: I can’t look at this anymore. I can't see it anymore.
Nick: This makes me sick inside that I wasn't able to keep these off the internet.
Phyllis: But you tried. You got an injunction against the press.
Nick: I know, but there must've been something else I could've tried. I mean, what if Noah sees these pictures?
Phyllis: He won’t see the pictures.
Nick: I'll tell ya, I feel like I just wanna unplug our DSL. I feel like the only blogs can see it. It's just junk like this.
Phyllis: Yeah, I know.
Nick: Will you at least stop blaming yourself now for this accident? Look me in the eye now.
Phyllis: I can could look him in the eye. Oh, my God, this is such a relief.
Neil: It's your fault, Sharon. Dru went over because of you!
Sharon: Neil-- Neil, I'm sorry. I'm so sorry. I-I didn't mean to do it.
Brad: No, of course you didn't.
Neil: Dru was trying to help you. You pulled her arm, sending her-- how could you do that to her?
Brad: Neil, get a hold of yourself.
Sharon: Listen, it all happened so fast. I didn't even know what was going on. My feet went out from under me. Neil, if I could take it back--
Neil: You can't take it back, Sharon! You can't bring my wife back! She's gone! Dru is gone.
Lily: Dad's been drinking? Are you sure?
Daniel: I'm sorry, Lily, but that coffee he's been sipping morning, noon and night has been loaded with whiskey since the day after the accident.
Lily: Daniel, why didn't you come to me right away?
Lily: Because you had just lost your mom. And Neil told me that it was just a temporary thing. I didn't wanna make things any worse for you than they already were.
Lily: So you hid it from me? I guess that's a common theme lately.
Daniel: Neil promised he'd stop.
Lily: Daniel, he's an alcoholic! He'll say anything to be able to drink. He's not gonna stop. And you should've told me!
Daniel: I'm telling you now. I wanted to give him a chance to keep his word. I think everyone at least deserves that, don't you?
(Knock on door)
Daniel: Hey. Come on in.
Colleen: Hi. Hey, um, I heard about the pictures and...
Lily: Yeah, who hasn't?
Colleen: Listen, don't let that get to you. It's just some jerk trying to get a rise out of people.
Lily: Um, listen, I know you both have to go to school. I'm gonna try and find my dad. I have to-- I have to talk to him right away.
Colleen: Did something else happen?
Daniel: I could stay.
Lily: No, I think you should go. You've done enough.
Jack: These are properties I need in order to make the project happen. Yeah, all bought up by the same firm -- pas vôtre immobilier. French? Canadian? I don't know. I never heard of these people. Have you? I don't believe in coincidences, Jeff. Find out who's behind this and get back to me.
Sharon: Neil's right. Neil's right. I was selfish and I panicked and I didn't even think about Dru.
Brad: Sharon, you reacted on instinct. You didn't do anything on purpose.
Sharon: You know, I hated Phyllis so much that day. And why couldn't I just control myself? Why--why couldn't I have just walked away from her when she started with me about the phone?
Brad: All right, stop. Stop. I am not gonna let you do this to yourself. This is not your fault.
Sharon: Oh, I don't know, Brad.
Brad: Sharon, you were afraid. You reacted like any normal person would. You didn't push Dru off the cliff.
Sharon: Well, what if... what if I did it subconsciously? Like, what if I-- I knew that in order to save myself--
Brad: But what? You would sacrifice Dru? Sharon, come on. You would never do something like that. You could never harm anyone, least of all a good friend. And everyone knows that, including Neil.
Sharon: Are you sure about that?
Brad: He does. Trust me. He's distraught. He's trying to find answers. Dru would never want you taking responsibility for what happened.
Victoria: You're talking about the pictures?
Victoria: I'm... I'm really sorry, Sharon. I can't imagine what you're going through, knowing that Dru is... is dead because of you.
Brad: Sharon didn't cause Drucilla's death, Victoria.
Victoria: That didn't come out right. What I meant is that the pictures-- they were-- they were very unsettling and of course everyone knows that it was an accident.
Sharon: Yeah, it was an accident that could've been prevented.
Brad: Sharon, stop being so hard on yourself.
Sharon: Well, how am I going to forget what Neil just said to me?
Brad: Neil isn't thinking straight. He just lost his wife. No one is going to blame you for this.
Sharon: Listen, I-I... I appreciate your support. Thank you. Thank you. I'm sure that you two have work to get back to.
Victoria: Actually, I have to discuss the Harrison project with you.
Brad: Right now?
Victoria: Yes, right now. I'd like to close on it by this afternoon. Can you spare a few minutes for me?
Colleen: So thanks for the lift. I didn't realize how much I depended on my car.
Daniel: Yeah, no problem.
Colleen: I was kinda hoping you would be more talkative on the ride over.
Daniel: Well, that's Lily's deal if she wants to tell you what's going on with her family.
Colleen: Right. So what's going on with Lily?
Daniel: I don't know. You know, she's been through a lot, but... I'm surprised at how well she's held it all together.
Colleen: Yeah, yeah, I was kinda talking about you guys as a couple.
Daniel: We're fine.
Colleen: Yeah, you know, she was glaring at you earlier.
Daniel: Lily's going through a lot of stuff. And if she needs to unload some of that and it needs to come out on me, so be it.
Daniel: I gotta go. I'll see you after class?
Colleen: Um, yeah, I'll meet you in the parking lot.
Daniel: Okay. Bye, Professor.
Korbel: You're early.
Colleen: Are you complaining?
Korbel: Any special reason?
Colleen: Well, other than wanting to spend a few extra minutes together... I did some research on the buildings that you wanted declared as historical landmarks. I can tell you about that now or we could sneak away later.
Korbel: Well, if you have 'em with you, uh, why don't we go over it now?
Neil: Sweetheart, hi.
Neil: I got your message. Um, why'd you want me to come home?
Lily: Um, because I'm really worried.
Neil: Yeah, you saw your mother's pictures online? Listen, we're doing everything we can to get those pictures taken down.
Lily: No, Dad, I'm not talking about that. I'm talking about you. I know you've been drinking.
(Cell phone ringing)
Jack: That was fast. What did you find out? Who's the buyer with the sudden interest in owning half the town we're trying to develop? Are you kidding me?
Korbel: Um, can you see if you can get your contact at the historical society to burn us a disk with all the photos that she has on file?
Colleen: Yeah, I can ask. It's only one lady. I mean, she is the Clear Springs Historical Society. I don't even know if she has a computer or if she gets paid or...
Korbel: Well, tell her we'll be happy to reimburse her for any expenses. All right, is this everything?
Colleen: If you want it to be.
Korbel: Well, I've got today's lesson plan pretty much covered.
Colleen: Really? Does it include, "Why are you acting like we don't even know each other?"
Korbel: Actually, it's more along the lines of, "This is a public classroom where people might overhear."
Colleen: Oh. I was starting to get paranoid.
Korbel: I might as well tell you now. I have received a once-in-a-lifetime job offer.
Korbel: The Musée de Renaud. I'd be heading up the research department. It's a small, very prestigious museum in France.
Colleen: Oh. So... you would be moving to Europe?
Lily: Dad, you've been drinking for days. How can I not be worried?
Neil: Yeah, Lily, I know. (Sighs) I know it wasn't the right thing, but, Sweetheart, it's the only thing that's really helped me get through everything these past few days.
Lily: And now you're gonna stop, just like that?
Neil: Yes. Now I'm gonna stop, just like that. I promise you, no more drinking.
Neil: I know, I know that you've heard it all before, okay? I haven't forgotten what I put you through last time. But I'm telling you right now, I'm strong. I can handle this. No more drinking.
Lily: (Sighs) okay. Thank you for saying that.
Neil: Sweetie, I love you.
Lily: I love you, too.
Neil: I'm so sorry. How about you? How are you handling things?
Lily: Oh... I mean, if you're talking about the pictures, I was there, I saw what happened. So... there's no point in looking at them just to torture myself.
Nick: Sharon? Do you have a minute?
Sharon: Well, yeah. Um, yeah. What?
Nick: I'm sorry about the pictures. I know you weren't expecting them to get posted.
Phyllis: Yeah, none of us were.
Nick: I would've thought a court order would be enough to prevent their release, but I guess not.
Sharon: Well, thank you. Its okay, Nick, I know you tried your best and thank you so much.
Nick: If I ever find out who did this--
Phyllis: Don't worry about it. Don't waste your energy.
Sharon: And you couldn't be happier, right?
Phyllis: Excuse me?
Sharon: Go on and admit it, Phyllis. I know that you're glad those photos came out.
Phyllis: I'm not glad. A woman lost her life. I take no pleasure in that.
Sharon: Yeah, you just take pleasure in my misery.
Phyllis: No, I don't. Sharon, those photos are proof that this is not my fault.
Nick: Okay, that's enough.
Phyllis: No, it's good. It's good. We're being honest here. You sat back and you let everyone blame me for what happened. Now everyone can see the pictures and see what really happened.
Nick: Okay, let's leave it at that.
Sharon: Yeah. I don't know why I bother with you.
Nick: What was that about?
Phyllis: I don't know. But I don't think I realized until now... how much I resent her for-- for blaming me for everything.
Jack: Well, congratulations, Bradski. I understand you're the proud owner of more dwellings than you could possibly live in.
Brad: Couldn't resist all that vintage charm.
Jack: Yeah, I'll bet. It's always been about one thing with you, hasn't it? Cash--and plenty of it.
Brad: Well, you're forgetting my loyalty to Victoria. Not to mention the innate pleasure I get from sticking it to you.
Jack: Name your price, Junior. We both know you have one.
Brad: As a matter of fact, Jack... I don't.
Korbel: Um, Colleen? We need to discuss tomorrow's presentation.
Colleen: Oh, um... I didn't get a chance to congratulate you before class.
Korbel: It's just an offer. I haven't accepted yet. There's a lot to consider.
Colleen: Adrian, I mean, this is an amazing job offer. It's--it's in Paris. What else is there to think about?
Korbel: There's you.
Colleen: Me? Come on, we both know that you don't wanna pack up all those books that you own.
Korbel: Oh, can you imagine the shipping costs?
Colleen: Oh, a year's salary at least. A long distance relationship would never work.
Korbel: Why not?
Colleen: It just never does. I tried it before.
Colleen: When he got that record deal, he moved out to L.A. we were so in love. Our relationship lasted about 30 seconds.
Korbel: 30 seconds, huh? I was hoping maybe we could push for 5 minutes.
Colleen: Not that you're like J.T., it's--it's me. But I could probably be persuaded with some espresso and a trip to the Eiffel Tower.
Korbel: That can be easily arranged.
Colleen: Yeah, um... I mean, you know, this could work. It could work. We could use satellite and telephone, text messaging, web cams. Hope you're into that kind of thing.
Korbel: If it has you in it, always. Although, I do prefer the live version.
Colleen: Yeah, I... I could see myself flying out there for a break and spending time with you, going shopping...
Colleen: Yes, shopping. Mm-hmm.
Korbel: I wasn't aware that was part of the equation.
Colleen: Seriously, what's the point? I mean, you probably won't even have time.
Korbel: Still, it's just an offer. I haven't said yes.
Brad: Ah, good, you're back. I've been waiting for you.
Victoria: What's going on?
Brad: Well, Jack has discovered my, uh, little real estate fixation. He knows everything.
Victoria: Oh. Great. This day just keeps getting better and better.
Brad: Well, we knew it couldn't stay a secret forever. I still have leverage.
Victoria: Well, you do realize that he's going to come after you with everything that he's got.
Brad: Purchasing real estate--$10 million. Having Jack Abbott desperate to buy it from me-- priceless.
Victoria: He's not gonna stop until he gets what he wants from us.
Brad: There is no us, Honey. I am the only one with legal exposure. The fact is, I have no relationship with N.V.P., therefore, I have no duty of loyalty.
Victoria: Gee, here you are, one of the most loyal guys I know.
Jack: Brad Carlton is a traitor.
Nick: Tell me something I don't know.
Phyllis: How many properties did he buy up there?
Jack: Enough to block just about everything we planned to build. And he's inflated prices there now.
Nick: Was Vicki in on this, too?
Jack: I don't know. My sources tell me that this dummy development corporation was owned solely by Brad-- pas vôtre immobilier.
Phyllis: "Pas vôtre" means "Not Yours."
Jack: Immobilier means real estate-- "Not Your Real Estate." Funny.
Nick: I guess that high school French finally paid off, huh?
Phyllis: Yeah. What are we gonna do about this?
Nick: I'll go talk to Vick, see if I can talk some sense into her.
Phyllis: If you can't, we need lawyers.
Nick: Start making some calls. See what recourse we have against Brad.
Jack: Oh, we're on the same team with this one. We gotta put a stop to Brad Carlton for good.
Amber: Thanks. Okay, what's going on?
Daniel: Thank you.
Amber: You need a makeover.
Daniel: Thanks. Thanks for the vote of confidence.
Amber: Lemme guess, you're going for the teenage angst look, huh?
Daniel: Well, I'm not a teenager, but I'm definitely in angst.
Daniel: Lily's never gonna trust me again.
Amber: She's upset about her mom. Don't let the little stuff get to you.
Daniel: Oh, no, no, no, no. She found something.
Amber: Which was?
Daniel: Strangersbynight and she freaked out.
Amber: Please don't tell me she saw my video before I took it down.
Daniel: No. She saw the name on the flash drive of mine and went to the site just long enough to find out what goes on there.
Amber: Oh, yikes.
Daniel: Yeah. Talk about the worst possible timing ever. And now, somehow, I've only managed to make things worse.
Amber: Well, what did you tell her about the web site?
Daniel: What could I say? She asked me if I was a member and I told her I wasn't.
Amber: Did she believe you?
Daniel: Seemed to. It doesn't really matter, though. By then, the damage had already been done.
Lily: Hey, Colleen.
Colleen: Hey. What a nice surprise. What are you doing here?
Lily: I had to talk to a couple of my professors. I wanted to make sure I didn't start racking up incompletes. Mom was very proud of my "A's" and, uh, I wanna keep 'em up.
Colleen: She would like that.
Lily: Have you talked to Daniel at all?
Colleen: Um, some. He mainly talked about you. He's worried.
Lily: Yeah, I'm sure.
Colleen: He wants to help. He just doesn't know how.
Lily: Right. He's been a huge help.
Colleen: What's, um... what's going on with you guys?
Lily: Well, he and I promised that we would never hide anything from each other.
Colleen: What did he do?
Lily: Daniel has been going on this web site and I'm no prude, but...
Colleen: Is it--is it porn?
Lily: Yes. And there's pictures and videos and people pay to join this site to meet other people for dates. And no one's buying anyone else dinner, if you know what I mean. I took the free tutorial.
Colleen: You don't think that Daniel's doing that, do you?
Lily: Hooking up with other women? He swears he's not.
Colleen: Well, then why would...
Lily: He claims that a "friend" from one of his classes sent him a link to it.
Colleen: Oh, let me guess, like the cell phone? It was a joke?
Lily: Yes. And he won't even tell me who this guy is. And he swears that he's not gonna go on there again.
Colleen: Do you believe him?
Lily: I don't know. I don't know what to believe anymore. But I don't know why he feels the need to look at that stuff. It's not like we don't have sex.
Colleen: Lily, all guys look at that stuff. They can't help it.
Lily: Well, I didn't think that he was one of them.
Colleen: Well, you said that Daniel never met anyone. So maybe he's telling the truth and he is over it.
Lily: Yeah, but what if he's lying? Oh, God, this is bad, isn't it? I can't even trust my own husband.
Colleen: Well, um... do you think that you could let this go for now? I mean, it's the last thing that you should be dealing with.
Lily: No, no, I need to know if he's being straight with me.
Colleen: Well, how are you gonna do that?
Lily: Well, it said that unless you wanna contact anyone, then you'd have to be a member. Wait, that's it!
Lily: You pay by credit card. So if... if Daniel paid to join the site, then it would be on our statement.
Colleen: Well, let's hope it's not.
Jack: Just have him get back to me, all right?
Phyllis: Did you follow up? Good.
(Cell phone ringing)
Jack: Jack Abbott.
Phyllis: Yeah, I'll wait for you to get back to me. Thank you very much.
Jack: Have you spoken to your associate? So what do you think? I will fax them to you right away. Just look at them as quickly as you can and get back to me. I wanna know what our next move is gonna be. Yeah. What did your guy say?
Phyllis: He's a criminal attorney. He only handles criminal cases. Securities fraud-- that's another ball of wax. Listen, we need a specialist.
Jack: He wouldn't label Brad's acquisitions as insider trading?
Phyllis: Without knowing all the information, he's not labeling it anything. He thinks it sounds very odd. But he's looking into it and he's gonna guide us as to how N.V.P. should proceed.
Jack: Well, good. Thanks.
Phyllis: Yeah. Who'd you talk to?
Jack: A commercial litigator my dad once used. She's a brilliant woman.
Phyllis: What was her opinion?
Jack: Well, in the first phone call all she wanted to talk about was Bradley's intent and timing.
Phyllis: Timing's easy. Those, uh, real estate closings? That's public record.
Jack: She wanted to know if Brad had knowledge of N.V.P.'S intention of buying these properties, and if so, when did he acquire that knowledge relative to his initiating these purchases?
Phyllis: Well, of course he had knowledge. We can get half a dozen affidavits to prove that.
Jack: I'm sending the lawyer any contracts that Newman and N.V.P. signed in conjunction. She's looking into confidentiality agreements-- whether it's fraud or breach of contract. She's not sure. She's gonna look at the law and get back to us and tell us how to go after him.
Phyllis: Wow, I think she's being very careful. We have a case.
Jack: I don't want this whole thing to be tied up in court for ages.
Phyllis: No, no, I don't want that either. Maybe Nick can get through to Victoria.
Jack: Well, let's hope he can. 'Cause if he can't, Victoria and that slimy husband of hers are in for a real battle.
Nick: So is this how you operate now? You're against the deal, it's not going your way, so you find a way to sabotage it?
Victoria: I don't have to explain myself to you.
Nick: There's one part I don't get, though. You could've just bought those properties straight out and then told us you were gonna fight us, but you didn't do that. You went behind our back's. That's not your style, Sis. But it is your husband's. You see, I'm betting that you didn't know about this. And by the time he told you, it was already done.
Victoria: Well, you can speculate all you want. The outcome is the same. If you don't own the building, then you can't knock it down.
Nick: But you're not denying it. So Brad kept this from you. How many lies is it gonna take, Sis? Because they're stacking up. What's the number?
Victoria: Keep insulting me, Nick. I really wanna sell those properties back to you now.
Nick: All right, just... just think this through, okay? You're about to have a baby with Brad. Do you really want to polarize the family more than it already is? Can we not compromise?
Victoria: Right. Your idea of compromise is doing what you want.
Nick: No, each side gives a little. What if N.V.P. addresses all your concerns about all that history that's gonna be lost up there? Then maybe you could release the properties so we could move ahead with our little joint venture.
Victoria: You make it all sound so civilized.
Nick: Nobody wants this to escalate. Not even you. So come on, what do you say?
Victoria: I say-- I say... tough luck. Go back to Jack and tell him that your mission to soften me up has failed.
Amber: Cheer up. Lily will forgive you.
Daniel: I don't know, you didn't see her face.
Amber: What gives? Hmm? She should know that every guy at some point in his life is gonna look at a naked woman.
Daniel: Well, she is not as liberal about that kind of stuff as you are. I honestly don't know what's gonna happen.
Amber: You're gonna go home and you're gonna talk like two grown-ups who are married and madly in love with each other.
Daniel: Well, one of those married grown-ups happens to be going through the worst time of her life right now. And I'm not helping by adding to it.
Amber: Trust me. Just go home and talk to her. Lily has bigger things to be upset about than what she found on your computer.
Lily: "Customer service. Membership guidelines. Membership fee will be discreetly billed as Luna Enterprises."
[Lily picks up her credit statement]
Lily: Luna enterprises-- $29.95.
Brad: So how's Lily doing? Have you seen her today?
Colleen: She's holding up much better than I thought she would.
Victoria: Wow. I can't imagine how.
Colleen: Look, I know you guys are busy, but I just spoke with the lady that runs the local historical society and, um, I got some really good information from her. I ran it by Adrian. I thought that maybe--
Brad: Adrian? I do not wanna hear that name anymore.
Victoria: Brad... come on. Please.
Brad: Brad, come on, please? Please, what? Please don't be honest? The man will never be welcomed into my life. I don't want him in this building. And I don't want him working on this project with either of you.
Colleen: Yes, we already discussed that.
Victoria: I understand that you have a problem with him, all right? But this is my project and I need him. Adrian is the point person for the landmarks commission and he is our best hope of getting those buildings protected status, so please, please back off with all of your edicts and your demands.
Colleen: You know how well that went when you tried it with me.
Brad: Maybe I can't stop you from seeing him, but I will not have you working together in this building.
Colleen: Dad, I'm volunteering. What are you gonna do, fire me? Kick me off of the project?
Victoria: No, but I am.
Colleen: Excuse me?
Victoria: Listen, I'm sorry, okay? But I'm in a very difficult position here. I... I think it's obvious that your father isn't gonna bend and I can't afford to throw Adrian off of this project.
Colleen: Well, this is extremely unfair and both of you know it.
Brad: It's for the best, Colleen.
Colleen: For the best? Really? Says who?
Victoria: Colleen, listen to me, you've done a wonderful job and I appreciate all of the time and effort you've put into it, but... I'm afraid we aren't being given a choice.
Colleen: Okay, you know what? This is ridiculous. It's just ridiculous! How many times have you said that you need more help than you can get?
Brad: Victoria brought you onboard when you had claimed that you had ended things with Adrian. Now that's no longer the case and I doubt it was at the time.
Colleen: Dad, you know why I couldn't say anything. But now that you know, I think it's only fair if we start over.
Brad: I wanna make this perfectly clear. I will never condone this relationship.
Colleen: Good luck with your project.
Phyllis: A fist fight?
Nick: Yeah, at school. And Noah started it.
Phyllis: According to whom?
Nick: The assistant headmaster. I'm going to pick him up right now.
Phyllis: He's been acting out a lot lately, hasn't he?
Nick: Well, seeing his mom get hurt like that, losing Drucilla-- it's been tough on him.
Phyllis: Are they gonna suspend him?
Nick: I don't know. I hope not. But if the powers that be are anything like Victoria, then the kid doesn't have a chance.
Phyllis: Okay, you got nowhere with her, huh?
Nick: Worse than that, as soon as I started talking to her, I realized that she had no idea about this property buyout thing.
Phyllis: Really? You think Brad was acting on his own?
Nick: I'd bet a week's pay that she didn't find out about it until the ink was dry. I mean, how many lies is it gonna take before she ditches this guy?
Phyllis: She's in love with him and she's pregnant.
Nick: Don't remind me.
Phyllis: You know, before you do anything, let me talk to Brad. Maybe I can speak to him in a language he'll understand.
Amber: Listen up, you're about to hear Ambrosia Moore's three secrets to making people forget they're mad at you.
Daniel: What, do you want me to write this down or something?
Amber: Maybe. Okay, secret number one-- if you did something wrong, and you know you did it, don't get defensive. No matter how much a person blasts you, just keep repeating over and over again, "I am sorry. You're right. It will never happen again." I mean, who can argue with that, right?
Daniel: True, true.
Amber: Okay, secret number two-- no matter how unreasonable the thing the mad person asks of you, the answer is always "Yes."
Daniel: Okay, fair enough. What about number three?
Amber: Oh, presents... presents and more presents. Whatever their thing is, you got it covered, okay? Flowers, jewelry, cute little stuffed animals-- whatever's gonna make 'em warm up a little bit, you know? But, this is very, very important-- you only do number three after you've done number one and two. Otherwise, the person's gonna think that you're trying to buy them and then they're just gonna get all mad at you all over again.
Daniel: You know, you have so many rules. Have you ever thought about writing a book?
Amber: Ambrosia Moore's patented secrets are only available to a select few individuals. You being one of them.
Daniel: Well, thank you, I'm honored.
Amber: Trust me. Just do what I say and Lily will forgive you. I promise.
Neil: Hey, Baby. I made you some chocolate milk.
Lily: Thank you.
Lily: The magic cure all.
Neil: It worked when you were little.
Lily: I noticed you didn't make yourself any.
Neil: No, um... it's 'cause I'm not thirsty.
Lily: Well, I guess that's good, right?
Neil: I thought we closed that subject.
Lily: Dad, can you really do this? Are you okay enough to stop drinking?
Neil: Hey... what did I just tell you a little while ago? Yes, I am. Anyway, I am more worried about you.
Lily: I was just frustrated when you came in.
Neil: Yeah? Frustrated about what?
Lily: Um, I was going through bills.
Neil: Do you need some money?
Lily: No, no, everything's okay.
Neil: Are you sure?
Neil: Lily, that wasn't the look of frustration. I can tell when you're in pain about something.
Lily: I'm okay.
Neil: Lily, no, you're not okay. How can you be? You know, I... I should've noticed this a lot sooner. I'm the one who's supposed to be looking out for you.
Lily: Dad, we can look out for each other.
Neil: Oh, Lily... you remind me so much of your mother-- acting tough, pretending like nothing gets to you. Lily, don't you understand there isn't anything in this entire world that you can't talk to me about.
Lily: Even if I do, it won't change anything.
Neil: Why not? What's--what's bothering you?
Lily: (Sighs) I'm just scared, Dad. I lost Mom and... I might lose you if you don't stop drinking. And to make things worse... I feel like I'm losing my husband, too.
Korbel: I didn't expect to see you back here.
Colleen: Um... the job offer in Paris?
Korbel: I know. I have a lot to think about.
Colleen: Take it. I'm moving with you.
[Jack is outside Sharon’s house]
Jack: Sharon, you there?
[Jack takes out his cell phone and calls Sharon]
(Cell phone buzzing)
[Sharon is lying on the couch ignoring Jack at the door and his call]
Phyllis: Hey, Buddy! I was hoping to run into you. I just wanted to know that you'd like for a housewarming gift, or should I say, gifts. How many pieces of property did you actually buy? I know the amount was large. Um, I wasn't really sure about it. Very clever. Very, very clever. Here I thought I was the one holding all the cards and, uh, it was you all along. You outsmarted me. It doesn't happen often, but, yes, sometimes it does happen. You won't be celebrating for long.
Brad: You promised Sharon no more blackmail.
Phyllis: Yes, I did promise her that. I'm not blackmailing you. There are many ways to fight you.
Brad: Oh, yeah?
Phyllis: Too bad they won't be as compelling.
Brad: Well, you know what? I'm not gonna play your game anymore. You wanna tell Victoria about Sharon and me, you go ahead.
Phyllis: I don't have to. I think you just did.
[Victoria was standing outside the door]
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Victoria: Oh, you're gonna sue us?
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Amber: There may be, uh, just a few things that I forgot to mention.
Neil: Lily and I-- we had a little conversation about your problem.
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