Y&R Transcript Friday 6/22/07

Y&R Transcript Friday 6/22/07 -- Canada; Monday 6/25/07 -- U.S.A.


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Karen: Hi, we're calling to get the word out today to get out and vote for Nikki Newman.

David: Do you know where your polling place is?

Nikki: Well, I'm headed over there soon.

David: All right, then all you have to do is call the municipal clerk.

Karen: Yeah, it is sad that some candidates have to stoop to character assassination.

David: Vote Nikki Newman. Thank you.

Karen: Hope you get out there to cast your vote for Nikki. Good day, Ladies.

David: David Chow.

Nikki: Well, yes, I hope to see you at my swearing in.

David: That late? I want a list of every polling place that didn't open on time this morning.

Karen: Hi, yes, we're calling to remind you to vote for Nikki Newman today.

David: Yes. Right, get back to me about that. Okay.

Nikki: Wait, hold on a second. Turn this up. Turn this up.

David: Hold on.

Man: A record turnout has been predicted for this special election called to fill the seat vacated by Senator Bodi. The senator stepped down earlier this year when he was caught taking a bribe in an F.B.I. sting operation.

Jack: You never mentioned who brought him down in the first place!

Sharon: I buy all of my clothes in the state of Wisconsin.

Man: It's going to be a tight race. The two candidates are separated in the polls by only a few points.

Sharon: No, I do my own hair. Thank you very much.

Ben: Polls can be wrong, all right? There's a lot of undecided voters out there.

Sharon: And please vote for Jack Abbott today.

Ben: All right, you know what? He's gonna get the swing vote. We will see you at the victory party.

Sharon: I keep getting asked about my wardrobe and my hair.

Jack: Well, you are a spokesmodel. That's not gonna change when I become senator.

Sharon: What the heck, right? I might as well take advantage of all the free clothes. It's kind of fun.

Man: This election has turned out to be one of the biggest in Wisconsin senate history. National attention has been focused on these two candidates who were once husband and wife.

Nikki: Oh, that was years ago. The political landscape has changed a lot since then. No, I'm confident--thank you-- that the voters know that I am working for their best interests.

David: No other stations are carrying the election?

Karen: It's still early.

Nikki: Oh, can we please just fast forward to tomorrow?

Karen: And miss everything we've worked so hard for? Nikki, you've gotta have a little fun with this today, okay?

Nikki: Fun? You need to get out more.

Man: Who would you like to see win this election?

Woman: Oh, Jack Abbott, for sure.

David: Boo!

Woman: I have young children. I'm concerned about the morals of our elected officials. I don't like what Nikki Newman stands for. We don't need a stripper in the Wisconsin senate.

Karen: Thank you, David Chow.

Nikki: Turn it off.

Ben: That's right, the candidate and his lovely wife are having a relaxing breakfast before they cast their ballots.

Man: Excuse me, Sir, who will you be voting for today?

Man: Uh, Nikki Newman, all the way. She's gonna make a great senator.

Man: And why do you think she'll make a great senator?

Man: Her business ethics are right in line with the state needs.

(Car horn honks)

Sharon: Noah, your ride's here.

Man: You know, Jack Abbott? Well, he's a man that makes back room deals and lines his friends' pockets.

Jack: Oh, it does not matter how many times I deny these mob allegations.

Ben: There's no electioneering within 100 feet of the polling place.

Sharon: Not everyone bought that mob video online. I think you're closing in on her. You want some coffee?

Jack: No, no, I'm too wound up already.

Sharon: This is decaf.

(Cell phone ringing)

Jack: Oh. Jack Abbott.

(Car horn honks)

Sharon: Noah! Honey, you're gonna be late!

Ben: They can register at their polling place if they have proof of--

Jack: Oh, hello, hello!

Ben: What?

Jack: Exit poll numbers are coming out.

Man: Now bend the arm from the elbow.

Gloria: Uh-huh.

Man: Gently. That's right. See, we're working with the larger muscle groups to start.

Gloria: Uh, Steven, do you think his physical abilities will come back before his speech and communication skills?

Steven: Well, typically, that's how it works which is frustrating for the patient.

Gloria: I'm sure. But I think I'm already starting to understand him a little.

Steven: That'll help his motivation. Now have you been working his hands with the squeeze ball?

Gloria: Yes, and he's able to hold it all by himself.

Steven: Okay, encourage him to squeeze it as much as possible.

Gloria: Okay.

Steven: It takes a lot of time and repetition to work the smaller muscle groups.

Gloria: Okay.

Steven: Okay, William, let's see how you do with the pen.

Steven: You got a good grasp there, now try to write your name.

Gloria: Well... it doesn't, um... look like much of anything yet.

Steven: Well, that's an excellent start, William. Keep working at it. Now consult the booklet I gave you. There are diagrams of all the exercises he should be doing on a daily basis.

Gloria: Okay, I will. Thank you very, very much.

Steven: Sure. Call if you have any questions.

Gloria: I will.

Steven: Bye, William.

Lauren: Good morning!

Michael: Hey, how's the patient?

Gloria: Hey!

Lauren: Oh, William, you look so much better. What did the doctor say?

Gloria: That there's an excellent chance that he'll make a full recovery, given the proper care.

Michael: Well, if money is an issue...

Lauren: Yes, um, we'd really like to help.

Gloria: Really? Well, thank you, Lauren. I don't know what to say.

Lauren: Then say yes. We'd be happy to do it.

Gloria: William, did you hear that? What a wonderful family we have. And you have no idea how concerned I've have been about his care.

Michael: That's sweet. But you have other things to worry about. Like what's gonna happen when he has full speech mobility.

Gloria: That's why I think it's best if we move in with you.

Cane: Okay...

Amber: Keep your eyes closed.

Cane: Is this some charming way of telling you dented the car?

Amber: No! I just wouldn't tell you. Okay, open!

Cane: It's a motorcycle.

Amber: Your motorcycle.

Cane: Are you serious?

Amber: Mm-hmm. Yeah, you like it?

Cane: I love it!

Amber: You look hot on that thing.

Cane: Oh, wow!

Amber: Okay... wanna take me for a ride?

Cane: Oh, I'd love to, but I got a meeting upstairs in a couple minutes.

Amber: Mmm.

Neil: Well, well, look at this. Nice wheels, man.

Cane: It's a present from my lovely wife.

Neil: Yeah? Good going. I was gonna buy a bike a few years ago. And Drucilla said she'd divorce me if I did, so...

Amber: Mmm. Well, I'm not worried.

Neil: Anyway, uh, enjoy your bike.

Cane: Thanks, Mate.

Neil: Mm-hmm.

Amber: Bye.

Cane: Are you sure we can afford this?

Amber: Well, you know, you almost ruined the surprise before when you found my--my little stash of cash. It's your wedding gift.

Cane: Oh, that's right. My, uh, wife the scrimper-- saving all her hard earned money.

Amber: So it's a keeper?

Cane: Just like you.

David: All right, how you feeling?

Nikki: Confident. In a matter of hours, I will be representing the people of this state.

Karen: All right, Jack Abbott says he's going to win this election.

Nikki: Well, I guess we'll just have to wait and see, won't we?

Karen: Where's your husband? Why isn't he here with you?

Nikki: My husband is out of town helping a dear friend.

David: Your husband contributed to Jack Abbott's candidacy. Did he vote absentee? And if so, who'd he vote for?

Nikki: I don't know. What do I say?

Karen: Nikki, you tell them the truth. That he's out of the country and he's incommunicado.

David: Yes, but I like the bit about helping a friend. Keep that.

Karen: Yeah.

Nikki: How about if I just say my private life is private?

Karen: No, no, no, no, no, that's not--I don't think that's strong enough.

David: It sounds like you have something to hide.

Nikki: Okay, all right, I'm ready.

Karen: Ready?

David: Good.

Nikki: Let's go.

Karen: All right.

David: Let's do it.

Karen: All right, the mist important thing is to keep a positive attitude, no matter what they throw at you.

David: That's right. That's right. And remember, some people don't even make up their minds until they get in the voting booth.

Karen: Oh, you're staying here.

David: I don't need the reminder. Good luck.

Paul: You're voting for Nikki?

Sullivan: What tipped you off?

Paul: Oh, sure, you mock me.

Sullivan: A little bit.

Paul: Most P.I.'s would go to the bumper. Me, I went right to the trunk lid. Think she'd make a good senator?

Sullivan: I definitely think that she would care more than Jack Abbott. You know, I think she would care about her constituency. Who are you voting for?

Paul: Well, um... you see, I work for Jack and Nikki is a very close friend.

Sullivan: I won't tell.

Paul: See, you'd have to-- you'd have to torture me for that kind of information. Truly, you would.

Sullivan: I already know all your vulnerable spots.

Paul: I'm counting on that. See how tough I am?

Sullivan: So who are you--?

Paul: You'll never get the information out of me.

Sullivan: Who you voting for?

Paul: Gotta do better than that. This could take hours. It could take days. Months.

Sullivan: Well, I don't have months. I don't even have hours. I have to--I... I have to go to the office and pick up William's case load.

Paul: You're gonna take that stuff over there? Are you sure he's gonna work?

Sullivan: Well, you know, his mind is clear. It's just that physically he's not cooperating. So I figured rather than watch 18 hours of mindless television, I'd update him on the status of the cases. And that way, you know, he'll be up to speed when we can finally communicate with him.

Paul: Yeah. I'll be glad when the file on the Jabot case is closed.

Sullivan: Me, too. Somebody's going to jail for a long time.

Lauren: I was just-- I don't know.

Michael: Gloria! Why can't you take William back to his place?

Gloria: Because it's a 3-story townhouse and the bedroom's on the top floor. It won't work.

Lauren: Didn't you talk to Kevin? Aren't you supposed to be moving in with him?

Gloria: Michael and I looked at it, but it's too small. We'd be all over each other. And William isn't exactly Kevin's favorite person. Who knows what he might say or do?

Michael: Yeah, yeah. My brother's not exactly the model of judicious behavior.

Kevin: No, no, no, I'm not getting anything. No, it's not the-- it's not the computer. Look, I do this for a living. I'm in my brother's apartment, picking up a wireless signal just fine. Yes, between the hours of what and what? Fine.

(Computer chimes)

Jana's voice: Hey, Kev. It was so good to see you the other day. I miss you madly. I couldn't stop crying. I think about you every day. Life isn't as much fun without you. Remember all that time we spent in the coffee shop after hours? I couldn't stop thinking about it after seeing how good you looked. I wish we could be together again. I love you, Jana.

Kevin's voice: Jana, I think about you every day, too. I imagine what it would be like to lock you in a freezer, set it on fire and listen to you scream for help. Remember that book about the Shuar Indians from the Amazon? They'd decapitate their enemies, then shrink the head to the size of an orange in order to destroy the soul. That's what I'd like to do to you. Hang your shrunken head by its hair from the cappuccino machine at Crimson Lights. That way I'd see you every day. We could be together forever. [Kevin erases this message]

[He writes this to Jana instead]

Kevin's voice: I miss you, too, Jana. There has to be a way for us to be together.

David: Yes, I'm calling you today in the hopes that you'll vote Nikki Newman for state senate-- (knock on door) have a nice day.

Kay: David? Is Nikki here?

David: No, she left with Karen to go cast her vote.

Kay: Tell her I just stopped by to lend my support.

David: Will do.

Kay: Oh, hello, Sharon.

Sharon: Oh, hello.

Kay: Well, have you two been to the polls yet?

Jack: We are on our way right now.

Kay: I can't help but say it, but I'm so happy I cast my vote for the winning candidate.

Jack: Well, thank you, Katherine.

Kay: Nice try, Jack. Oh, come on, we both know that Nikki’s the best candidate.

Jack: Well, let's hope the majority of Wisconsinites disagree with you.

Kay: You know, I tried to talk your father into running for office once. Now there's a man with integrity. Too bad the apple fell so far from the tree. Rolled right down the gutter.

Nikki: Here you go. Thank you.

Woman: How confident are you in winning this election?

Nikki: I'm quite confident, actually. The people of Wisconsin know how I feel on all the major issues-- the environment, education. So I'm feeling pretty good.

Man: Where's your husband today? Is he gonna vote?

Nikki: Unfortunately, he had to go out of the country very suddenly to help a friend in need. He's very sorry he can't be here with me today.

Woman: What do you say to the voters who cite moral values as a reason to vote for your opponent?

Nikki: It's unfortunate that mud-slinging has become so prominent in the political arena, I hope to do something about that once I'm elected. So have you all voted yet today?

Neil: I just cast my ballot.

Nikki: Hey, Neil, hello.

Neil: Hi. She'll make an outstanding senator and represent the people of this state with absolute dignity. No one is better suited for the job.

Nikki: Well, thank you.

Neil: You're welcome.

Amber: Wait, he liked it? Really? What did he say? Well, those tunes are a few years old.

Kevin: I have a question for you.

Amber: Hold on, hold on. I can do that. Just--just give me a few days to get things together and then I'll call you, okay? Whoo!

Kevin: What?

Amber: A friend of mine knows this producer in L.A. who's looking for a new voice.

Kevin: Wow! Your demo rocks. Send that.

Amber: Well, I did, but he said he wants a new one. You know, something more recent, so, um, he said if I sent it to him, he would give it a serious listen.

Kevin: Sweet.

Amber: Yeah. Where am I gonna get the money for that?

Kevin: No. No, you are not touching that bag.

Amber: I know.

Kevin: Hey, listen, so Jana contacted me again.

Amber: What's her deal?

Kevin: She can't stay away from me. You know, once you've had Kevin Fisher, everything else pales in comparison.

Amber: Right. So anyway... um, why do you even talk to her after what she did?

Kevin: So that she'll tell me where she is. I want her to suffer for what she did to me.

Amber: Yeah, you're scaring me a little bit.

Kevin: Well, I responded with an e-mail. Tell me what you think?

Amber: Sure.

Kevin: "Jana, I miss you, too. You're beautiful and smart and crazy in a good way. I understand why you don't wanna come back here. I was thinking maybe I could meet you somewhere. I'll do anything to be with you. We can work this out and be together. Tell me where you are and I'll go there."

Amber: Yeah... that doesn't sound like you. It's too sappy.

Kevin: I thought girls liked this kind of stuff.

Amber: No, not all girls. Not Jana. You know, that's way too sweet. You gotta be, you know, edgier with her, a little-- a little more sarcastic, a little more... you.

Kevin: Hmm. Well, the real me wants to strangle her to death and watch the life drain out of her eyes.

Michael: How long will it take?

Doctor: I can't give you a definitive answer. Recovery is unique for each patient.

Gloria: The days, weeks, months?

Doctor: Or possibly years. I mean, he may never fully recover.

Lauren: Years? Uh, is there anything we can do to help that?

Doctor: Well, the most critical element in a patient's rehabilitation is the support system. I encourage each of you to read this material and attend the hospital's class on caring for stroke patients. Family members are particularly important when it comes to encouraging and motivating the patient.

Gloria: Will he be able to speak again?

Doctor: I'll know more after he begins work with the speech pathologist.

Gloria: Okay. Well, I'll be there with him every day and do everything I can to help him get better.

Cane: Isn't she a beaut? Huh? Hey, do you wanna go for a ride?

Kay: Uh, no, no, I don't. No, I mean, no, I don't, thank you. I believe there's an age limit for these things.

Cane: Yeah, it's over 18 and you don't have to wear a helmet.

Kay: Oh. Well, I-I... do you know, I don't know what possessed Amber to buy something like this for you.

Cane: You know, Katherine, I'm starting to sense a little, uh, disapproval here.

Kay: Well, I believe there is a reason they call them donor cycles.

Cane: Yeah, but no worries. I grew up on bikes. You know, I could ride this thing blindfolded and I could jump 20 barrels--

Kay: No, no, no, not in front of me. You're not gonna do any-- anything like that, no, no. Cane, let me buy you a car. A car--any car you want.

Cane: Katherine, I don't need a car. I have a car. It's old, but it runs.

Kay: We'll call it a loaner.

Cane: That's sweet. I appreciate it, but I love the bike and it's a present from my wife and I can't give it back.

Kay: I really don't know. She must have... lost her senses to think...

Cane: I'll tell you what. Just picture this-- I'll buy you some leather chaps, all right? We'll go for a ride through the country. I promise you, I will not go over the speed limit.

Amber: Bottom line, how much will it cost to make a demo? That much? Okay, well, if I record off hours and I cut back on musicians? That's still a lot. Do you take credit cards?

David: Kevin, would you turn that up, please?

Jack: I look forward to tackling the difficult issues that face the people of this great state.

Woman: How can you explain your continued involvement in clear springs?

Jack: Well, I think that is misleading. I still believe in the project, but I am no longer in charge of the development. That privilege I gave up when I sold my company.

David: The master of the non-answer. The guy should be known as Mr. Slip and Slide.

Kevin: Good one.

Man: What are your plans for this evening?

Sharon: Well, we're going to be celebrating at the victory party of course.

Jack: Thank you. Well... how did sound?

Sharon: You sounded like a pro.

Jack: I gotta tell you, the Clear Springs question threw me a little bit. Did I sound non-specific enough?

Sharon: You were as non-specific as you could possibly be-- very senatorial.

Jack: I'll take that as a compliment. I think.

Paul: Well, it's plain to see I'm here and you're not. I am punctual.

Sullivan: I am here. I see you... now. I'm sorry I'm late.

Paul: It's okay.

Sullivan: Have you seen him?

Paul: No, not yet. How'd it go at the lab?

Sullivan: Nothing. Nobody seems to know where that D.N.A. came from. It's really frustrating.

Paul: Well, I might be able to help with the latter.

Sullivan: One track mind. Let's go. Come on. Hi, William. I brought a friend.

Paul: I just came by to say hi and see how you were doing.

Jack: Now you're not just saying that because you're my wife?

Sharon: Number one, you sound like you already have the job. You win on account of professionalism. And number two, even if wasn't your wife, I would be really impressed with the way that you handle the public and the press and I mean that.

Jack: I don't know why I have such a case of the nerves.

Sharon: No, that's understandable. You know, you've been through a lot to get here. You wanna go home for a while to relax? De-stress?

Jack: Impossible. Ben's there.

Sharon: He may have the latest numbers.

Jack: You know what? You're right, let's go.

Gloria: Well, hello, Sharon. Jack.

Sharon: Hello.

Jack: Well, Gloria, just who I wanted to see. Can I maybe interest you in a Jack Abbott for Senate bumper sticker?

Gloria: I don't think so.

Jack: Well, I'll just give you a pin then.

Gloria: I could poke you in the eye with it.

Jack: Why exactly are you here? I didn't think you cared about politics.

Gloria: You're right. I never paid much attention until I saw your name on the ballot and I would crawl over broken glass to vote against you.

Kay: Oh, hello, you two.

Michael: Hey, Katherine.

Lauren: Hi!

Kay: Hi, Sweetheart.

Lauren: How are you?

Kay: Oh, I'm fine.

Lauren: Doing your civic duty?

Kay: Uh, and with pleasure. Now listen, here, uh, here's your ballots.

Lauren: Do we give you this?

Kay: Oh, yes, yes, yes.

Lauren: Okay, great.

Kay: Okay, one for you, one for you. Please bring those back to me.

Lauren: All righty.

Michael: I hope Nikki wins.

Kay: Well, as a poll volunteer, I remain impartial. However... I'll see you at the victory party tonight!

Lauren: Oh, you two are the worst! You're not supposed to tell who you're voting for.

Kay: She's going to win.

Michael: Why not? Everyone knows I wouldn't vote for Jack Abbott even if he were running against Vlad the Impaler.

Ben: Yes, of course I want the numbers! What, are you crazy? Yes, give 'em to me right now!

Jack: I didn't think I'd be nervous. Did I look nervous?

Sharon: No. Not at all.

Jack: Any news?

Ben: Just got the early exit polls.

Jack: And? Don't torture me.

Ben: You have a slight lead.

Karen: Oh, no! Oh! Come on!

Neil: Hey, what's all the commotion about? What's the problem?

Karen: I just... I locked my keys in the car, along with my purse and my cell phone.

Neil: Ooh, ouch. You forgot to add, "On election day."

Karen: Yes, thank you.

(Cell phone ringing)

Karen: Oh!

Neil: What?

Karen: No, no, no, no, no! I need that! I need my cell phone!

Neil: Really? Enough to, uh, break the glass?

Karen: I'm taking this a little too seriously, aren't I?

Neil: Why is it when I have a rough day, that's when I lock myself out of the house?

Karen: Yeah, or get a parking ticket.

Neil: You get one today?

Karen: No. I got two.

Neil: Oh. Wow, that takes talent.

Karen: Thank you.

Neil: So did you call the auto club?

Karen: Well, I would've, except that my cell phone--

Neil: Cell phone's in the car.

Karen: Yes, along with my membership card and my purse and my life and--

Neil: Girl, you are batting 1,000.

Karen: I know.

Neil: Let me take a look. Yeah, they're in there all right. Beautiful car, though. Really nice.

Karen: Thank you. You know, you wouldn't happen to have a wire--

Neil: Wire--wire hanger? It's your lucky day. I just picked up my dry cleaning this morning.

Karen: You did not.

Neil: I did, too.

Karen: Really?

Neil: Yeah, my car's right over there. I'll go get it.

Karen: Really?

Neil: Yeah, really. I'll be back.

Karen: Okay, all right, thank you.

Lauren: Here we go.

Kay: No, put it right in there. I'm not allowed to touch.

Lauren: Oh, wow.

Kay: Oh, don't forget your stickers.

Lauren: Thank you. I can get a free coffee at Crimson Lights.

Kay: Oh, dear, bring me one, would you, please?

Lauren: I will.

Michael: Thank you.

Kay: There you are, kind Sir. Thanks for coming.

Michael: Thanks, Katherine.

Lauren: I keep thinking about William.

Michael: You know what? Gloria can set up a hospital bed on the first floor of that townhouse, put it right there in the dining room no problem.

Lauren: Yeah, yeah, yeah, but you and I both know that she can't give him all the help that he needs.

Michael: He is gonna have a therapist and a nurse to help him out. He won't need us.

Lauren: I'm not talking about that. Your mother needs us. When William improves, we have no idea what he's gonna say.

Michael: It doesn't matter where he is, when the guy starts talking we're not gonna have any control over the situation at all.

Lauren: I realize this is less than ideal, but I just don't see any way around it.

Michael: All right. Gloria and William are moving in.

Sullivan: And Renata is taking over the McDonnell case, which goes before Judge Pitney at the end of the week. And, um, no, don't worry, I brought her up to speed. She knows all about the previous postponements.

Paul: You know, Mags, maybe we should let him rest?

Sullivan: I just wanted to update him on the Jabot case.

Paul: Maggie wanted me to consult unofficially.

Sullivan: William, I've been going through all your notes and, um... I can't find any leads for the identity of the D.N.A. match.

Paul: I can't, either.

Sullivan: Okay. Okay. I know you're frustrated. I'm not giving up. We're gonna find out who's responsible.

Gloria: Listen, I know you don't like William, but I'm gonna need your help when we move into Michael and Lauren's place.

Kevin: You mean, to keep an eye on him?

Gloria: I mean, to help with the rehabilitation.

Kevin: Yeah, and make sure he doesn't say anything about--

Gloria: Just shut up, please.

Kevin: Mom, it's never gonna work.

Gloria: By the time William talks, he's gonna be so dependent on me and so grateful for all the care that I've given him, he's not gonna say a word to anybody.

Kevin: Yeah, keep telling yourself that.

Gloria: What is your problem today?

Kevin: Jana e-mailed.

Gloria: Oh.

Kevin: Do you wanna hear my response?

Gloria: You bet I do.

Kevin: "Jana, I'm glad to hear you cried after we talked. You chucked our relationship for a dream that wasn't even yours. If I ever see you again, I don't know whether I'd kiss you or strangle you."

Gloria: Well, that should get her attention.

Kevin: "Yes, I miss you. I miss the hair dye all over the towels in the bathroom. I miss all your spontaneous, crazy ideas. Except for the time you locked me in a freezer, but I'll let that one slide. It's so boring here without you. Yesterday I counted the number of coffee beans in a bag of French roast. I've got no one to laugh with me about all the crazy stuff Mom is doing. And trust me, you wouldn't believe what's going on now."

Gloria: You told her?

Kevin: No, no, of course not. But I'm hoping it'll get her to talk to me again. "I miss hearing your voice. Call me anytime." Well, if she'll talk to me on the phone, I'm hoping I can trace the call.

Gloria: Okay. How are you signing this letter?

Kevin: "Kevin."

Gloria: No-- "Love, Kevin."

Kevin: You think?

Gloria: You want her to call you?

Kevin: "Your hunk of burning love, Kevin."

Karen: Okay...

Neil: You almost got it.

Karen: One more.

Neil: Careful. That's it.

Karen: No! Oh, shoot! All right, you know what? You gotta try, 'cause I'm...

Neil: You almost had it, though.

Karen: Yeah, I know, but I'm losing it here.

Neil: You know, my brother taught me how to do this. Although, he was considered somewhat of an expert.

Karen: Troublemaker?

Neil: Yeah, you could say that. You can't do this with the newer cars, though.

Karen: No, I know. I love my car. She's had a lot of character.

Neil: Yeah? Who keeps her in such good shape?

Karen: Well, I do. Actually, I restored her myself.

Neil: Impressive.

Karen: Yeah, it's, um... it makes me feel like I have a little bit of control over something in my life.

Neil: Unlike your day job.

Karen: Yeah, exactly. Oh! You got it!

Neil: There you go.

Karen: Oh, thank you! Thank you! Thank you! You know, actually, I owe you twice. You know, once for brilliantly supporting Nikki in front of the cameras and now for this. Can I buy you a drink or something?

Neil: Well, I...

Karen: Okay, wait a minute. That sounded like a line. How about coffee?

Neil: Sure, I'd love some coffee.

Karen: Okay, tomorrow?

Neil: Tomorrow's perfect.

Karen: Okay, good, 'cause I am gonna be celebrating or I'm gonna be in dire need of some cheering up.

Neil: Sure.

David: No, I've tried her cell three times. Uh, one minute. Have you heard from Karen?

Nikki: No.

David: No, she hasn't heard from her either. I'll pass it on. We're here. Let's hope not all night.

Nikki: My husband should be here today.

David: Have you heard from him?

Nikki: Nothing. Even Victoria called to wish me luck.

David: Well, maybe I can cheer you up.

Nikki: Unh-unh.

David: That was Carla on the phone with the latest exit survey.

David: Jack lost his lead by two points.

Nikki: Are you kidding? Two points?!

David: Yeah.

Nikki: Two points?!

David: You're gonna win this, Nikki. I can feel it.

Nikki: Oh, my God, I have never wanted anything this badly in my whole life.

Amber: Hey, Kay. I heard you were working the polls today.

Kay: Yes, I am. Are you here to vote?

Amber: I can't. I didn't register in time.

Kay: Well, you can register right here at the polls.

Amber: Really?

Kay: Yeah.

Amber: They don't do that in California.

Kay: Well, we do here. You just have to have proof of residency. Do you have a driver's license?

Amber: Shoot, it's out of state. I haven't gotten my Wisconsin license yet.

Kay: Uh, Amber, the system works at its best when everyone participates in it. Do you understand?

Amber: Yeah, I know. I always voted in L.A. and I promise I will register and I will vote in the next election.

Kay: That is very important.

Amber: Yeah. Listen, um, I have a big favor I need to ask you.

Kay: Mmm?

Amber: Okay, I will make it fast. I had a friend of mine called me from L.A. and he gave my demo to this top record producer and he loved it, but it was my old demo and he wants to hear another one. So I need to make a new demo fast, but it'll cost about 2 grand, which I don't have and I was wondering if... maybe you could lend it to me and I promise I will pay you back as soon as I can.

Kay: What happened to-- you had money. You just bought your husband a motorcycle.

Amber: Yeah, but that was a gift. I mean, he wanted that thing for, like, months. And I got the call after I bought it for him.

Kay: I see. Well, my dear, I am sorry, but I think you're gonna have to learn how to manage your finances a little bit better before I start handing out loans.

(Motorcycle approaching)

Kevin: New bike?

Cane: Belated wedding present from the missus.

Kevin: What is that, 1099ccs?

Cane: Yep.

Kevin: Three valves per cylinder, huh? Not bad.

Cane: Mate, am I the luckiest bloke in the world or what? I'm married to this gorgeous girl and she loves to blow her cash on me.

Kevin: I'd settle for a woman who doesn't wanna kill me.

Cane: That'd be a good start, wouldn't it?

(Telephone ringing)

Kevin: Crimson Lights, this is Kevin.

Jana: I got your e-mail. I miss hearing your voice, too.

Kevin: I'm really glad you called, Jana. Call the police and ask for Detective Maggie Sullivan.

Jana: I miss you so much.

Kevin: I miss you, too.

Jana: You know, I'm not the type to settle down. After I left Genoa City I thought I'd forget all about you. I can't.

Kevin: We clicked.

Jana: That's never happened to me before.

Kevin: Me either.

Jana: What do we do about it?

Kevin: I wanna be with you, Jana.

Jana: I want to be with you, too. I really didn't mean to kill Carmen. I didn't want to hurt you or Colleen. I swear. I wish I could take everything back.

Kevin: So do I. Things aren't the same here without you.

Jana: I can't believe how I screwed everything up.

Kevin: It's not too late.

Jana: Yes, it is.

Kevin: I can talk to my brother. Maybe he can help.

Jana: Why would he want to help me?

Kevin: Because he knows how much you mean to me. Hey, what have you got to lose? Why don't you give me a number where I can reach you?

Jana: No, um, I'm on a disposable phone and I'm actually out of minutes. Um, talk to your brother and I'll call you again soon, okay? Bye.

Kevin: Wait, Jana!

Lauren: Coffee table-- just move that over a little bit.

Gloria: Lauren, Michael.

Lauren: Hey, the hospital bed was just delivered.

Gloria: Oh, good. Well, Honey, I'm gonna leave you right here for a few minutes while we set it up.

Michael: Well, welcome to your temporary living quarters, William.

Lauren: Yeah, and the good news is that Fen is sleeping through the night, so you won't be disturbed.

Gloria: Great.

Michael: Oh, uh, the speech pathologist called. He wants to set up a time to meet with you both.

Gloria: Great. And I guess this is the number.

Michael: Yep.

Gloria: Well, thank you and thank you very much. Honey, you're gonna be so busy in the next few weeks. Your dance card is full and I have all this information here that I have to learn, so I can study and help you get better.

Michael: Uh, coffee?

Lauren: Yeah, that would be great. Okay, thanks.

Gloria: What did I do with that one pamphlet from the physical therapist?

Lauren: It's not in your folder?

Gloria: I had it in the hospital room and I must've left it there.

David: Yes, it is excellent news. We'll talk later.

Nikki: Karen, where have you been?

Karen: Breaking into my car. Sorry about that. Okay, so what's going on? Anyone hear from Carla?

David: Yep. Our candidate has pulled ahead in the exit polls.

Karen: Rural?

David: Nope. Here's a surprise-- in the cities.

Nikki: Supposedly Jack's power base.

Karen: That's fantastic!

David: Yes, it is. The voters are looking past the rumors and cheap shots. They're getting the message. Nikki Newman is the real deal.

Ben: The numbers... aren't looking good.

Jack: How could I not be winning the cities?

Sharon: What about Nikki’s behavior with her campaign manager? That was totally inappropriate. Nobody cares about that?

Jack: Did Clear Springs really cost me that many votes?

Ben: Maybe, if the voters think you lied to them.

Jack: Well, Nikki kept pressing that I was... the voice of big business. That she was gonna be there for the people.

Ben: She got her point across, Jack.

Sharon: All right, listen, it's early. Exit polls are not always right.

Jack: Maybe we better start drafting a concession speech.

Sullivan: So did Jana give you any hints about where she was calling from?

Kevin: No. She said she was on a disposable phone and that she would call again.

Sullivan: Okay.

Paul: Did you hear any noises in the background, like, uh, birds, trains, church bells? Anything like that? Okay, I'll go downtown and meet with the service provider. Check with them. Next time she calls, we can trace all her information.

Sullivan: Yeah.

Kevin: If she calls again.

Sullivan: Oh, she'll call again.

Paul: All right, um...

Sullivan: All right.

Paul: You wanna come with me? See how I operate?

Sullivan: Well, I know how you operate.

Paul: See you later, Kevin.

Kevin: Uh, thanks.

Amber: Hey, hey, was that about Garrett?

Kevin: No, Jana called.

Amber: Oh, thank God. I thought they knew about the money.

Kevin: Nope.

Amber: Good. 'Cause I need a little more.

Kevin: Unh-unh, no way.

Amber: Oh, come on! It's an emergency. My career is on the line.

Kevin: Oh, was Cane's bike an emergency, too? You keep spending money like this, and people are gonna suspicious. And we don't know where that money came from and we don't know who's looking for it. We have a plan and we are sticking to it. Do you understand me?

Amber: Please?

Kevin: No. No, I will not risk getting caught because you can't manage your money. It stays put, you got it? Good.

Gloria: Oh. Here you go. And there you are. Great! Oh!

[Gloria finds William's note]

Gloria: Murderer.

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

Kevin: Can I help you?

Korbel: You can stop using Colleen to look for Jana.

David: Keep your personal feelings to yourself, all right?

Karen: Like you? Do you think this is the first time he's ever done something like this?!

David: Whoa!

Ben: Official results are coming in. All right, they're factoring in the votes now.

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