Y&R Transcript Wednesday 6/20/07 -- Canada; Thursday 6/21/07 -- U.S.A.
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Jack: Our state fails to collect over $6 billion of revenue each year. I say before we raise taxes, we pursue the money that is already due the people of Wisconsin.
Ben: Wouldn't you say, Mr. Abbott, that your stance has been influenced by the increasing property transfer fees, which affect rich people like yourself, hmm?
Jack: Well, it can hardly be said that my distinguished opponent lacks resources. However, once footage of her kissing her campaign manager hits Viewclick, I suspect all debate questions will be rendered moot.
Sharon: Well, that was great, but I'm assuming everything you said after "resources" is not meant for public consumption.
Jack: Depends on my mood.
Ben: As long as it doesn't get out that we leaked it.
Sharon: Well, it won't. We'll be very careful.
Jack: You know what? Write this down. The footage-- which we know nothing about-- is going to become public. When it does, we're gonna have to have a comment. Uh, how about this? We don't want to comment on Ms. Newman's personal indiscretions, rather we would like to focus on the real issues of this campaign.
Ben: I like that. That's good. That's good.
Sharon: Destiny on line one?
Jack: Yep. Jack Abbott. Footage of Ms. Newman? Well, I certainly can't comment to the press until I've seen it myself. Can you give me another half-hour? Thank you. Mission accomplished.
Nikki: Morality is a fair line of questioning for any candidate running for public office. I'm willing to put mine up against Jack Abbott's any day of the week.
Kay: Excellent answer. Even though I do business with the man, it doesn't mean I have to respect him.
David: That is a great answer, but why don't we try a more humble approach, shall we? "Jack Abbott's morals are between him and his maker, but when the voters look at me, I hope they see a caring mother, a loving wife and a good human being."
Nikki: Oh, you have such a way with words. Nikki Newman. What? No, I have no comment for "The Chronicle."
Kay: Nikki, what's the matter?
David: Who is it?
Nikki: No comment means no comment.
David: What was that?
Nikki: Oh, my God! Oh, my God!
Nikki: Go to Viewclick and--and--
Kay: Did something happen to Victor? I mean, Darling, sit down. It looks like you're gonna faint. Are you all right?
Kay: What's the matter?
Nikki: I can't believe this.
David: We have a problem.
Kay: You've got a nightmare.
Daniel: I so could've been in this movie.
Daniel: (Imitating Cal Naughton Jr. From "Talladega Nights: The legend of Ricky Bobby") see, we got us a major problem here, Ricky Bobby. The danged popcorn is all gone. Whoo-hee!
Lily: (Imitating Ricky Bobby from "Talladega Nights: The legend of Ricky Bobby") well, I might could nuke us another bag.
Daniel: (Normal voice) "Might could?"
Lily: (Normal voice) that wasn't good. Hey, I was improvising. That's what all the good ones do, okay?
Daniel: Oh, oh, can you teach me, please?
Lily: I'm sorry, I can't. You know, I'm a natural. It can't be taught. So, popcorn refill, double feature?
Daniel: I'm in.
Lily: Okay, I'll be right back.
Lily: Keep practicing.
(Knock on door)
Daniel: Hey, can you put more butter on it this time?
Daniel: Oh, no, no, you can't come in.
Kevin: You owe me.
Daniel: No, you owe me. You owe me. I'm the one that got stiffed with the stiff in the backseat, remember?
Kevin: We're going--
Daniel: I'm not going. No, no, no.
Kevin: We're going to bury the money now. Let's go. Come on.
Daniel: Listen, Man, I gotta leave tomorrow morning for this work thing for a week, okay? My wife actually wants to spend some time with me. Can you cut me a break?
Kevin: No. Number one, the only reason she's talking to you is 'cause you spent some of the dead guy's money. Number two, we bury it without you, how you gonna know where it is when you need more?
Daniel: Call me in a half-hour.
Kevin: Do not blow me off.
Daniel: Make it an emergency and make it a good emergency, okay? Don't mention Amber's name.
Amber: It's deserted. If this gets all Freddy Krueger, I'm outta here.
Cane: I'm not that really worried about death. Of course, I don't wanna be there when it happens.
Amber: You're making jokes?
Cane: Sorry, it's gallows humor.
Amber: Oh, well, no one's here, I guess we'll just come back tomorrow.
Cane: Hang on, hang on, look, there's a bell.
Amber: Oh, you know, I don't think it's a very good idea. Oh, if the guy you summoned ends up looking like a--
Woman: Hi, you rang?
Cane: Very un-zombie.
Amber: Very zombies took over her body.
Cane: Hi, uh, we read about the John Doe that was brought in-- a white male about our age?
Woman: Oh, yeah! You think you might be able to identify him?
Amber: No. It isn't him.
Cane: It could be him.
Amber: It--it isn't.
Cane: I'm sorry. This is very difficult for my wife. It might be her cousin and, uh, we won't know till we see the body.
Victoria: Hey--hey, J.T. uh, still here waiting for Brad and his minion. Anyway, I just wanted to call because I was hoping that maybe you'd talk me out of doing something stupid to him. On the other hand, you'd probably applaud me if I did. Oh, and I won't mention his property sale to Jack. Not yet anyway. Just call it a Wisconsin hold 'em. I've gotta go. Um, call me later. All right, bye.
Brad: Chatting it up with your boyfriend?
Victoria: Well, you know, if you have a problem with it, you could just call Sharon. Oh, wait a minute, I'm sorry, she married someone else, didn't she?
Man: Shall we get started?
Victoria: Yes, let's get started. I'm looking forward to it.
Brad: You know, this really is a pointless exercise. With your restraining order, I can't even buy a new set of bed sheets.
Brad: I see you put the, uh, Clear Springs real estate at the top of your list.
Victoria: Mm-hmm. That's a joint asset. That's where it belongs.
Man: Brad, that property--
Brad: Is very important to my ex-wife-to-be.
Victoria: Something's missing here.
Brad: Would that be the property, uh, number 23?
Victoria: The Giacometti sculpture. We bought it together.
Brad: I donated it.
Victoria: You did, yes. But we didn't.
Brad: We can share in the tax deduction.
Victoria: I don't want the tax deduction. I want the piece. You see, this is exactly what I'm talking about. He does whatever he wants and then he makes excuses when he gets caught.
Brad: I have every right.
Victoria: Not to tell me about it? It's half mine.
Man: This is a settlement conference.
Man: Let's focus on what's fair.
Victoria: Fine. You can have the house and the cars and the furniture.
Man: I would advise against that.
Victoria: I came into this marriage with my own assets. I don't need any of it.
Man: Well, that is more than generous.
Man: Too generous.
Victoria: The only thing that I ask are those properties.
Man: That's impossible.
Brad: You're being unreasonable.
Victoria: Those "Things"-- those things only remind me of something horrible--you. Now at least that land can be made into something fulfilling.
Brad: Letting emotion get in the way of business? Daddy would not approve.
Victoria: Oh, on the contrary. He will toast with champagne when he finds out that I'm through with you.
Nikki: I feel sick. Victor cannot hear about this.
Kay: Well, I suspect he won't want to hear from you.
David: Not helpful.
Kay: Well, perhaps you should've kept your mouth shut. Literally.
(Telephone ringing) (cell phone ringing)
David: Unless your husband calls, you're in transit and unreachable. You understand?
David: Newman headquarters. Yes.
Kay: Darling, listen to me, now they can fake those internet videos quite easily.
Nikki: It wasn't faked.
Kay: Well, what were you thinking?
Nikki: I don't know. Obviously I wasn't thinking.
Kay: Were the two of you sleeping together?
Nikki: No! It was just a kiss.
David: I'm telling you, she's in transit. She hasn't seen it yet.
Nikki: I have to call Victor.
Kay: What are you going to say to him?
Nikki: I don't know. I need to think.
David: Yes, I'm sure she'll have something to say.
Nikki: I don't know what I'm gonna say.
David: The calls are coming in already. Look, we're gonna have to issue a statement.
Nikki: Who do you think is responsible for this?
David: Besides us?
Kay: I hate to say it, but, uh, just look whose office you're in.
Nikki: Victor? No. No, it's not Victor.
Kay: Oh, well, he opposed your candidacy. He wanted you to drop out.
David: Call him.
Kay: Now who do you think this benefits? Jack!
Nikki: Voice mail.
Jack: Jack Abbott.
Ben: Like we talked about.
Sharon: Yeah, just follow the script-- follow the script.
Jack: Yes, I have seen it. You want a comment for "The Chronicle"? Well, let me think for a minute. The Abbott campaign is opposed to the politics of personal destruction. I'm confident my staff had nothing to do with this video which only distracts us from the real challenges that face us. No, thank you.
Lily: Man, I haven't laughed that hard in I don't even know how long.
Daniel: Mmm. I know. You know...
Daniel: I heard... that this is a sure way to a woman's heart.
Lily: Oh, yeah? As long as it's not a prelude to anything.
Daniel: Not even to a kiss.
Lily: Okay. Well, in that case, it's bliss. What?
Daniel: Remember that time I gave you a pedicure?
Lily: Yes, I do remember 'cause there was more nail polish on my toes than on my toenails.
Daniel: Yeah, well, we're just lucky it all came off in the tub.
Lily: Yeah, we were in there so long we were pruned.
Daniel: Why'd we get out?
Lily: 'Cause the water got cold.
Daniel: I didn't even notice.
(Cell phone ringing)
Lily: Can you ignore it? Please?
Daniel: It might be about the work seminar. Hello? What? Well, Dude, call a plumber. Are you serious? Okay, yeah, yeah, fine. No, I'll be right over there, okay? A water pipe burst over at the coffeehouse. Kevin can't get a hold of a plumber right now. He needs me to go help him.
Lily: Well, what do you know about plumbing?
Daniel: Apparently more than he does.
Lily: Do you want me to come?
Daniel: Uh, no, no, I got it covered. Look, what do you want for dessert? I'll bring you some back.
Lily: Um, surprise me.
Daniel: I'll be back soon.
Lily: Have fun.
Amber: Uh, the other foot-- on the bottom-- there's a birthmark that looks like Michigan. If it's not there, then it's just--it's not him. It's not my cousin.
Woman: Specifics are super helpful.
Cane: Yeah, but I don't see why they're necessary. She's gonna know when she sees his face, right?
Woman: You'd be surprised how often bodies are misidentified-- exposure to the elements, bloating that changes a person's features.
Amber: We really don't need--
Woman: Pooled blood that turns the skin purple. Then when rigor mortis sets in--
Cane: Can we just... maybe just get on with it?
Woman: Sorry. I just love my work.
Amber: Oh, zombie!
Woman: Our John Doe is 6 feet.
Amber: Oh, Garrett was shorter than that.
Cane: Yeah, but not by much.
Woman: Brown hair, hazel eyes?
Cane: Sounds like him.
Amber: His eyes were brown.
Woman: In his early 30s?
Amber: Wrong! Sorry we wasted your time.
Cane: Amber. I know what's going on, okay?
Amber: You do?
Cane: You don't wanna see the corpse and I understand.
Amber: Oh, you are... right.
Cane: So I'll go and have a look-see myself.
Brad: Hey! You know, I was just looking at this hysterical footage on Viewclick. Have you ever checked out that web site?
Victoria: Are we making small talk now?
Brad: I thought we agreed to try and be civil. And in the interest of civility, how about you lift that restraining order?
Victoria: How about you sell me those properties?
Brad: Let me think about it. No.
Victoria: I can be very persuasive.
Victoria: A call to the Ohio state police about two dead bodies and one George Kaplan-- A.K.A.--you.
Brad: Those men could've killed you.
Victoria: Well, you can just share that with your arresting officer.
Brad: Well, if that's what you feel you need to do, you go right ahead. Of course, then you'd put me in the position of having to mention J.T.'s involvement.
Victoria: I would be more than happy to turn the state's evidence.
Brad: Are you threatening me? Not a good idea.
Victoria: Are you threatening me? That's an even worse idea.
Brad: Well, you are pretty tough, I'll give you that. But there's no way I'm giving up those properties. How about a consolation prize instead? Some humor in your day? Good for the soul. Here... take a look at this. What is it with you Newman women and their employees? Must be in the D.N.A.
Nikki: Tell them I'm up to speed and I'll give a statement when I land.
David: She's in transit. No, I'm not gonna tell you where she's landing.
Man: Room's clean. No detectable software.
David: Great. Do it again.
Kay: After you check the visitor's log.
David: Yes, and the backup for the security cameras, okay? The lobby, elevators-- you name it.
Man: Yes, Sir.
Nikki: Wait, David! Where are you going?
David: I'm going to write my letter of resignation.
David: Mm-hmm. I'll say it happened without your consent. If charges are pressed, I won't contest them.
Kay: Uh, you know, people, I hate to admit it, I'm a bit out of practice in this department, but that kiss I saw was very consensual.
David: It's the only thing to do at this point.
Kay: He's right. If you want a chance at this race.
David: Or you could fire me. Your choice.
Jack: So what if the moderator has the guts to bring it up? How do I respond?
Ben: I'd wipe the grin off your face to start with.
Sharon: You could, um, point out your opponent's hypocrisy.
Ben: Uh, wrong tack. If it comes up in the debate, say nothing.
Ben: Two words-- next question.
Sharon: That's crazy. She's been attacking Jack's personal life for months. I mean, she's practically accused him of being a mobster.
Ben: Let the videotape speak for itself. It'd make more of a statement.
Sharon: I disagree. I think he has to say something. They want a point of view.
Jack: I could always nominate Nikki for sainthood. I am so impressed with Ms. Newman's ability to weather the storm of controversy that has surrounded this indiscretion with a campaign subordinate. Mr. Chow once worked on my campaign, until, of course, I had to fire him for an indiscretion. Obviously, he did a lot better in my opponent's camp.
Amber: You know, I've been thinking. Um, when zombie girl comes back, I'll go in and check. I mean, 'cause Garrett was-- is my cousin and--and I think it's just the right thing to do.
Cane: Listen, you shouldn't have to go in on your own, Love.
Amber: You're so sweet. Oh, my... my throat's all scratchy and... I think I saw a vending machine.
Cane: It was back on the right. Do you want me to get you a soda?
Cane: All right, don't you be scared while I'm gone.
Amber: I'll try not to. (Coughing) (Coughing)
Kevin: Amber stood us up.
Daniel: She wouldn't do that, man.
Kevin: Oh, sure. Let Kevin dump the body. Let Kevin dig the grave. Let Kevin get arrested by the cops.
(Cell phone ringing)
Amber: Help me. I am with dead people.
Kevin: Don't tell me, it's Blondie.
Amber: Where are you?
Daniel: We're on the grounds at the Chancellor estate. Where are you?
Amber: I am-- I'm at the morgue with Cane. He wants us to identify the body together.
Kevin: Just tell her to get here.
Daniel: Wait, you didn't, did you
Amber: No. He is determined to go and check for himself. What do I do?
Daniel: Make up an excuse and get the hell down here.
Kevin: She's not home? Where the hell is she?
Amber: I am all out of excuses. You gotta help me. Daniel!
Cane: Are you kidding me? You have me go get you a soda so you can call Daniel?
Cane: What, he called you then?
Cane: What are you doing calling my wife? I told you to stay away from her.
Daniel: Hey, Man, how's it going?
Cane: No, no, you haven't answered my question. What are you calling my wife for?
Amber: You know, you are making a big deal out of nothing.
Daniel: Yeah, Amber said that you were over at the morgue and that you were checking to see if that John Doe was her cousin. Are you both going in to check that out?
Cane: Don't change the subject.
Kevin: Hey, Cane, it's Kevin. I, uh, I asked Daniel to call you. I'm glad he got a hold of you.
Cane: Kevin, nice try, but he didn't call me. He called my wife.
Kevin: Because your cell phone was turned off and we figured Amber would be with you. Hey, look, things at Jabot here are nuts. Big, big, big computer glitch.
Cane: What glitch? What's wrong at Jabot?
Amber: They're at work?
Kevin: Um, some funky malware got into--got into the server. Hey, Daniel, will you check the I.P. server and see if it's being tracked?
Daniel: Yeah, I'm on it.
Kevin: Okay, so, uh, were you on a date last night with, uh, some dude named Willie?
Cane: What are you talking-- what?
Kevin: Okay, well, unless you were at Indigo getting wasted with Willie and showing him your thong, which he loved, by the way, your e-mail is getting switched with some girl in accounting.
Cane: Wait, all the e-mail addresses are messed up?
Kevin: Yeah, yeah, and the, uh, spreadsheet on the development? Got forwarded to some contractor in--in Saskatchewan.
Cane: Kevin, Kevin, that information can't get out.
Kevin: Let me see if I can pull 'em back. Uh, let me start with your e-mail password.
Cane: It's murwillumbuh.
Kevin: I'm sorry, what? I can't hear you.
Cane: Murwillumbuh! "M-u-r-w"
Kevin: Right, that's "m-a-r"--
Cane: No, no, no, "m-u-r-w."
Amber: Stay on the phone. I'll be fine, okay?
Victoria: Good job.
Nikki: I deserve that.
Victoria: I'm just wondering. What's next? An awful divorce settlement meeting with Brad, followed by you giving mouth-to-mouth to your campaign manager?
Nikki: Oh, Victoria, don't talk to me that way. It should never have happened.
Victoria: Really? Is that really how you feel, or are you just upset because you got caught? Does Dad know?
Nikki: He won't pick up. I left a message.
Victoria: Well, he's gonna be furious. I'm furious! How could you do this?!
Nikki: You saw how he was. Through this entire campaign he belittled me. He tried to make me feel completely inadequate.
Victoria: Well, good job, Mom. You just proved him right.
Nikki: People handle grief differently, okay? Your father decided to rush off to Sri Lanka.
Victoria: And that gives you a right to do what you did?
Nikki: It was just a kiss!
Victoria: I am so embarrassed!
Nikki: It is one kiss. Nothing more. And David respects me. He appreciates me.
Victoria: All right, okay, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Maybe I should've... maybe I should've spent some more time with you after Nick died.
Nikki: It was easier to work. It's still easier to work.
Victoria: Mom... what are you gonna do?
Nikki: I don't know. I don't know.
Kay: Tell me something, who had access to, uh, Victor Newman's office? And who knew how harmful that video would be to her? Who worked for her opponent before he got fired? Allegedly.
David: You think I'm still on Jack's payroll?
Kay: Are you?
David: He couldn't pay me enough to ruin my career. It's over.
Kay: Do you love her, David?
David: I admire Nikki very much. She's savvy, smart.
Kay: But not smart enough to keep her distance from you.
Ben: All right, slow down.
Brad: Let me offer my congratulations. You get my vote for best kiss.
Jack: My campaign had nothing to do with that.
Brad: Quote, unquote.
Ben: Jack, listen, uh, one of Nikki's former donors wants to talk to you.
Jack: I would be happy to. Uh, stick around if you like.
Brad: Hey. So, uh, great news for the campaign.
Sharon: Mm-hmm. We should get a bumper sticker-- "Payback is sweet."
Brad: Mmm. Yeah, I think my wife-- ex-wife--whatever-- would express the same sentiments.
Sharon: That rough, huh?
Brad: Well, I don't think it's even gotten rough yet.
Sharon: Well, we all know that I'm not that fond of most of the Newmans, but they did risk their lives for you.
Brad: Yeah, when I was part of the inner sanctum. Now? It's like it never happened. Victoria's moved in with J.T. and all she's interested in is the real estate. Not the money, just the land.
Sharon: Well, then she'll be surprised when Jack announces that you sold it back to him.
Brad: Mmm. Oh, she can't get much angrier than she already is.
Sharon: I just... I really appreciate you giving Jack and me this opportunity.
Brad: Of course.
Sharon: You know, I thought my first marriage was forever, but... I was wrong. I got it right this time. And I really hope that you'll find the same thing one day.
Cane: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I, um, there was a glitch. There was a problem with the computers at work and I'm... I'm sorry.
Amber: Yeah, you should be.
Cane: You okay?
Amber: It wasn't my cousin.
Daniel: You think he bought your story about the servers?
Kevin: Of course, it was brilliant.
Daniel: Then where's Amber?
Kevin: My guess, she took the money and ran.
Daniel: No, she wouldn't do that, man.
Kevin: Maybe you don't know her as well as you think.
Kevin: See? Even that frickin' owl is jeering at you.
Daniel: I'm telling you.
(Cell phone ringing)
Daniel: Oh, hang on. Hey, Lily, uh, I am covered in pipe water right now. What's going on?
Lily: Hey, well, what's taking so long?
Daniel: It's, uh, two toilets, both bathrooms. There's water everywhere right now. I'm gonna go stop at Kevin's and take a shower after this.
Lily: Well, why don't you shower here?
Daniel: Well, I'd kinda like to change.
Lily: Well, you left your sweats here. I, um, I wear them sometimes.
Daniel: I will be there as soon as I can.
Lily: What was that?
Lily: That. Is that an owl?
Daniel: No, uh, it's this "Sounds of nature" CD that Kevin's trying out at the coffeehouse. You know, it's like birds chirping, waterfalls. It's very new age.
Lily: Okay. Um, well, how much longer?
Daniel: You know, the sooner I get back to this, the sooner I can get over there to you, okay? So I'll talk to you later. Bye-bye.
Kevin: "Sounds of nature"?
Daniel: Yeah, you know what? Just shut up and give me your cell phone.
Daniel: Because I can't call Amber from mine and I don't know how much longer I can stand out here listening to freakin' tweety bird.
Kevin: All right, all right, all right.
Cane: How about a hot bath? It'll calm your nerves.
Amber: Oh, I think if I go on a little walk and just get some fresh air...
Cane: That's a good idea. You could have a stroll, a bath and then maybe a... well, you know, we can, uh, skip the stroll and the bath.
(Cell phone ringing)
Amber: Hold on. I gotta get this. It might be work. Hello?
Daniel: Where are you?
Amber: Lauren, hi! Inventory, this late?
Daniel: Cane's there? Tell me he did not see the body.
Amber: Oh, no, we, um... we were overstocked.
Daniel: Good. Now tell him you need to get to the boutique right away and get out of there.
Amber: The babysitter didn't show? No, no, it's okay. I'll be there. I'll be there. Lauren's in a bind, so...
Cane: Why didn't she call Lily?
Amber: Because I'm more dependable. You know, it'll probably be good for me, you know, to get out and get my mind off of... don't worry. We'll do the bath and everything when I get back. Okay?
David: My resignation letter. Effective immediately. Does that mean you accept it?
Nikki: It means I acknowledge receipt.
David: In the heat of the campaign? I'm very sorry. But if your life was different, I wouldn't be sorry at all.
Woman: We reached senate candidate Jack Abbott by telephone, and he had the following to say.
Jack: The Abbott for senate campaign is opposed to the politics of personal destruction. I am confident that my campaign staff had nothing to do with that video, which will only distract us from the challenges facing all Wisconsinites. I urge you to take a look within yourselves and decide which candidate will focus on the issues of the people, for the people. So how soon do you think David Chow's gonna quit?
Ben: Fired by two opposing campaigns in one election cycle? Put a fork in him.
Brad: Gotta be some kind of record.
(Cell phone ringing)
Sharon: I'll get it. Hello?
Nikki: It's Nikki. Put him on.
Sharon: Oh, Nikki, we were just talking about you, but then again, who isn't?
Nikki: Will you just hand the phone to Jack?
Sharon: My pleasure. It's your opponent.
Jack: Nikki, what a terrible incident.
Nikki: You did this because it's the only way you could win.
Jack: I assure you, I had nothing to do with this.
(Cell phone ringing)
Ben: Ben Hollander.
Jack: No, I'm just so sorry you're going through this at all.
Ben: Really? Really? Hey, Jack--Jack--
Nikki: Oh, stop it. You're making me sick.
Jack: Hold on just a second.
Ben: Snap polls from a couple of swing precincts-- we're trending up. Yeah.
Jack: Nikki, you still there?
Nikki: Your father would be so ashamed of you right now.
Jack: I will say it again. I had nothing to do with this and of course, my father would be very proud of that fact. Uh, listen, I have to go. I'm so sorry for your misfortune. Bye. How about drinks at the club? On me.
Kevin: I'm telling you. She took the rest of the money and ran.
Daniel: Why would she do that? She's married to a Chancellor.
Kevin: Because-- because girls like her always have a backup plan.
Daniel: What was that?
Kevin: I don't know.
Kevin: Oh, finally!
Amber: Oh, don't start!
Daniel: Was it Garrett in the morgue?
Amber: Yeah, yeah, it was him. And I told the attendant it wasn't him and it really freaked me out seeing him like that.
Kevin: Well, good, good, now you can afford lots and lots of therapy to help you recover.
Amber: No, no, hold on, not now.
Kevin: Well, better now than after it's in two feet of dirt.
Daniel: Why don't we just wait until we make sure that no one identifies Garrett?
Kevin: Because-- because I earned this. Who's the one who dumped the body? Oh, yeah, it was me.
Amber: Okay, thank you, we appreciate that, but--
Kevin: No, no buts. Paul needs money to find Jana. Here's money and I'm giving him some.
Daniel: Whoa, Kevin, seriously! Cut it out, man!
Kevin: Said the guy who dipped in to cover his phished bank account.
Daniel: If you pay Paul now or in a couple days, it's not gonna make a difference.
Kevin: Says you. I say I'm taking the money.
Daniel: Come on!
Amber: Wait, wait, wait. The security guard!
Daniel: What security guard?
Kevin: Quick! Quick! Go!
Daniel: You didn't tell us about the security guard.
Amber: I thought we'd be finished before he started.
Kevin: Well, that's just frickin' great.
Amber: Oh, that was close. That was too close.
Kevin: How soon before he comes back?
Amber: Um... he's gonna do a complete circuit of the grounds, so we have a little time.
Daniel: Okay, let's just hurry up and get this going.
Amber: Okay, okay.
Sharon: My husband, Wisconsin's newest state senator.
Ben: My candidate-- for giving the people a choice for a change.
Brad: To David "Hot Lips" Chow, for making all this possible.
Ben: And let's not forget about Nikki Newman. May she live in the political sex scandal hall of fame. And you know what? It's a beautiful thing to run unopposed.
Jack: Well, she hasn't dropped out of the race yet.
Brad: She should quit while she's ahead.
Sharon: Not for long.
Ben: You know what? I've got $10 that she's out by midnight.
Brad: Wait a minute, wait a minute... make it $20.
Jack: Okay, you're on. That's a bet I'm willing to lose.
Nikki: I'll be making a statement at 10:00 about the future of my campaign.
Victoria: Yep, a statement from the day's events at 10:00.
Nikki: Yes, it will be televised.
Victoria: Mm-hmm, from my father's office. All right, thank you.
Nikki: Okay, that's done.
Victoria: So what are you gonna say?
Kay: Would you care for some unsolicited advice?
Nikki: From you? Always.
Kay: Darling, you only entered this race to stop Jack's development and now it is your development. You've won. Spare yourself the humiliation and just withdraw.
Victoria: No. No. My mother does not run from a fight any more than I do. I say take your chances.
Kay: When retreat is the best to save your honor and your marriage, I think you're foolish not to do it.
Victoria: All right, hold on a second. I want you to picture this. It's the middle of the debate and you turn to Jack and you say, "Why did you buy those properties from Brad Carlton in Clear Springs? And why-- why are you hiding it?"
Kay: He did?
Nikki: Yes, he did. Can you believe that?
Kay: Well, I hardly think another "Gotcha" is worth more ridicule. Come on, Darling, don't let him force you out. Do it yourself. Do it with dignity.
Nikki: Yeah, what little there is left of it.
Victoria: Oh, Mom!
(Knock on door)
Man: There's a remote truck outside confirming we're live at 10:00.
Nikki: Oh, just let up the news crew, no reporters.
Man: Will do, Ma'am.
Nikki: Thank you.
Victoria: Mom... are you sure you wanna do this?
Nikki: I have no choice.
Cane: That was fast. Not much inventory, huh?
Amber: Oh, it's always that way before new stock comes in. Now there is something about a bath, some wine, some you.
Cane: Come here.
Cane: You doing inventory outside, huh?
Amber: Oh, um, no, some jerk was parked in my spot. I had to walk all the way down-- down the street. Um, you know, the wind-- it was insane.
Cane: Really? It wasn't blowing that much before.
Amber: Really? That's Wisconsin for you. You know, don't like the weather, just wait a minute.
Daniel: Sorry, I should've knocked first.
Lily: It's okay. I actually didn't think you were coming back.
Daniel: And skip out on dessert? No way. Now where were we?
Lily: Daniel, your shoes!
Daniel: Uh, I had to go outside to shut off the water main.
Lily: Okay, okay, just back up slowly and take them off.
Daniel: Okay, well, here. These are from Kev-- all your faves. He wanted to say thank you.
Lily: Well, they should be your favorites. You're the one that had to trash your shoes to help him out.
Daniel: I'll leave 'em outside.
Lily: Okay, thank you.
Brad: Hey, Fisher, you better change your shirt before they toss you outta here.
Brad: You have a huge rip in the back.
Kevin: Oh, I was wondering where that breeze was coming from.
Woman: We now take you live to Nikki Newman's campaign office.
Brad: Hey, hey, hey, everybody, Nikki's statement.
Ben: Oh, hey, hey, hey, turn it up.
Nikki: Good evening, my fellow Wisconsinites. I'm here to make a very difficult announcement.
Sharon: You're about to win your bet.
Jack: I'm about to order champagne.
Nikki: For reasons that you all know, this has been one of the most difficult days of my life. It's made me question my judgment in so many ways. Why I wanted to be your state senator, my responsibilities to my family, my responsibilities to myself. Now I'm not going to lie to you. What you saw on your television screens and computers today was real. They were not spliced together or computer-generated in any way. It happened. And I take full responsibility for that. I am embarrassed. I'm humiliated. I'm even horrified by my actions. But that embarrassment is nothing compared to the embarrassment of a child who cannot afford to buy school supplies. The humiliation of a man who can't get a job to feed his family. And the horror of a mother of a sick child who cannot find health insurance. Now I can live with my feelings. But I can't live with theirs. Which is why I am here to tell you that I will continue to be a candidate in this race, and I still ask you for your vote. I look forward to the challenge. Thank you very much. Good night.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
David: Planting that camera was low--even for you.
Jack: You've been a real asset to my campaign.
Brad: I know you gave your mother that information and I know where you got it from.
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