Y&R Transcript Monday 7/9/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 7/10/07 -- USA
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Kay: Aha. Well... oh, boy! You make a mean Arnold Palmer.
Cane: It seems like my bartending days were another lifetime.
Kay: You're putting your skills to a better use. Now I know supervising construction was supposed to be temporary, but you agreed to do it until I found someone better, and I have not found someone.
Cane: Oh, well, I suppose I'm stuck working for you.
Kay: Yeah, well, that's the price you pay for being competent.
Cane: Thank you, Katherine. On a, uh... on a different subject...
Kay: Anything... but raises and promotions.
Cane: No, it has nothing to do with work. Um... I understand that you know the Forresters in Los Angeles.
Kay: Yes, why?
Cane: Well, my wife, um... used to work for them, for their company.
Kay: Yes. What about the Forresters?
Cane: It has nothing to do with the Forresters. I'm trying to find out more about my wife.
Kevin: Over half a million dollars. We can go wherever we want. Nobody would ever find us.
Jana: You really do have the money.
Jana: And you won it gambling?
Kevin: Yeah. I lost more than I won, but then I hit the big jackpot.
Kevin: Unh-unh. Slots. I don't have a face for poker. You can always tell when I'm lying.
Jana: I can?
Kevin: I mean, anybody can. I don't have a poker face.
Jana: So... you're really serious about this? You want to run away with me?
Kevin: I don't care about the money, only that it give us a chance to do whatever we wanna do... together.
Victor: By the way, I read what you sent to the N.T.S.B. I must say, you're very meticulous.
Karen: Did you see anything that would cause you to believe that Nikki was the one being targeted on that plane?
Victor: I just wanted you to know that I think you're very thorough. Now will you excuse me?
Karen: Thank you. It's just part of my job.
Neil: Oh, Karen?
Neil: You know, that-- that doesn't happen that often.
Karen: What's that?
Neil: The great Victor Newman paying someone a compliment. Whoa.
Karen: Look, as far as I'm concerned, his lack of support for his wife contributed to her losing that election.
Neil: Yeah, you know what? You know what we need to do?
Karen: What do we need to do?
Neil: We need to get your mind off the "E" word.
Karen: The "E"-- no, it's not gonna happen. It's too fresh.
Neil: How about that cup of coffee you owe me?
Karen: All right, you know what? I'll take you up on that. I need a break and I could use some decent company.
Neil: Good, good, let's go to my place.
Karen: Your place?
Karen: Isn't that a little, um, inappropriate, or out of line, or maybe a little presumptuous, or maybe all of the above?
Neil: None of the above. Trust me. Come on.
Nikki: This is amazing. It's like reading a diary of my campaign. Every event, every function--
Nikki: Every speech.
Victor: The campaign was well run. That Karen woman is an asset I think.
Nikki: She is very smart. And capable and almost won me the election. Which would've ruined your plans and I'm surprised to hear you say anything nice about her at all.
Victor: All I was saying is that she is very good at what she does, all right? Did anything in this report jump out at you?
Nikki: No. There's nothing here to indicate that I or anybody was the target of a bomb.
Victor: It occurred to me that they might've wanted to send a message to... our entire family.
Nikki: Or the company.
Victor: I had the FBI check all the files of people who were released in the last half-year. They found nothing.
Nikki: Any word from the N.T.S.B.?
Victor: No, not yet. I'll tell you what, looking for someone who's trying to hurt us is a rather depressing project, isn't it? Why don't we take a break and go out?
Nikki: All right, I'm gonna bring some files with me.
Victor: No, no files, Sweetheart, just the two of us.
Nikki: What, we're gonna pretend to be a happy couple?
Victor: I think even pretending is a step in the right direction, all right?
Neil: Well, come on in, Karen. This is it. This is, uh, this is my place.
Karen: Okay, this is amazing.
Neil: I'll tell you something, this is my pride and joy, after my kids. Here, why don't you take a seat right here.
Karen: All right, so let me get this straight-- you run Newman during the day, you run this place at night. What do you do on the weekends? Work on a cure for cancer?
Neil: (Chuckles) that's funny. No, I, uh... this isn't really work for me.
Neil: You know, its relaxation. It's a chance for me to escape.
Karen: This is fantastic.
Neil: Thank you. Um, would you like something to drink?
Kay: So what is it about Amber you would like to know?
Cane: More than I do.
Kay: Well, you knew enough to marry her.
Cane: Yeah, well...
Kay: Not, apparently now. Are you have having doubts?
Cane: No, it's not doubts. It's not doubts. It's just, um... I don't know, I'm just curious.
Kay: I think you're having doubts. If you were curious, you would ask amber about her history. Don't come to me for marriage counseling.
Cane: But you have more, uh, life experience than I do.
Kay: Well, that is a lovely way of putting it. So you want my take on your wife?
Kay: All right, well, look at the way she dresses and that will tell you as much about her as I can. And she's this bleached blonde throwback to Marilyn Monroe. Hey, you wanted a party girl, you got a party girl. I think she is very, very funny and very engaging.
Cane: This is true.
Kay: Now come on, don't tell me you're one of these, um, men who wants to know who she used to date.
Cane: No, no.
Kay: Oh, good, because I hate those double standards. To be perfectly frank with you, my friend, I don't think you were ever an angel in your previous life.
Cane: No. No.
Kay: Well, in any case, um... I don't think you can come to me about this. And it, uh, it strikes me that... it's not knowing about Amber's history being your biggest problem. It's your inability or rather, your unwillingness to ask her about it.
Kevin: Okay. I understand if you don't wanna come here, so just tell me where I can meet you.
Jana: You can't. You're too hurt.
Kevin: No, I'm fine. I can get around fine, I swear. Okay, look, if you don't want me to come to you, then you gotta come here. Look, we have enough money to go wherever we want.
Jana: I'd love to, but I--
Kevin: No, no, no. No buts. No buts, just do it. I'm getting better every day and we can leave as soon as you get here-- or wherever it is you wanna meet up.
Jana: I have to think.
Kevin: No, Jana! Jana! Ugh! She signed off.
Amber: That was creepy.
Daniel: I don't think she bought it.
Kevin: She said she was thinking about it.
Amber: You need to go back to the hospital.
Kevin: No, I need to find her. (Cell phone ringing)
Daniel: It's Lily. Hey.
Lily: Hey, you.
Daniel: I'm running late.
Lily: Uh, yeah, I got that. Dinner's almost ready.
Daniel: I was just about to call you.
Amber: You're way too comfortable about trying to hook up with a maniac.
Lily: Who--who is that? Where are you?
Daniel: Uh, I'm just at work trying to finish some stuff up.
Kevin: Do you know anything about webcams?
Kevin: Well, then leave me alone.
Lily: Well, call me before you leave and I'll, uh, reheat your dinner.
Daniel: Oh, you don't have to do that.
Lily: Well, let's see if guilt helps you hurry up. I made something special because I didn't know that you were gonna be late.
Daniel: Yeah, guilt works. I will be there as soon as I can. I had to lie to her.
Colleen: I didn't say anything.
Daniel: What else was I supposed to do? I mean, look where we are. Look what we're doing.
Colleen: Don't explain yourself to me, okay?
Daniel: You can't tell her.
Colleen: I don't wanna tell anybody that I'm part of this, but the next time that you lie to my best friend, don't do it in front of me.
Kevin: Quiet! Quiet! Everyone just be quiet! "Will you accept a message from Jan-owl?" Yes. Hey.
Jana: Kevin, I don't know what to do.
Kevin: I know what to do. Use the money to start over.
Jana: The police are after you, too, right?
Kevin: They're not gonna find me. I guarantee it.
Jana: Where are you hiding?
Kevin: I'm in a warehouse.
Jana: Your family must be going crazy.
Kevin: Forget about them.
Jana: You need a doctor, Kevin. You look awful.
Kevin: I'm fine. We'll find a doctor wherever we go.
Jana: I'm--I'm sorry, I can't do it!
Kevin: Yes, you can!
Jana: No. Take care of yourself! I love you, Kevin! Bye!
Kevin: Jana! Damn it! Aah! Aah!
Cane: Thank you.
Kay: You know, if you have nothing to be suspicious about, don't go looking for something to make you feel suspicious.
Cane: I'm not trying to dig up skeletons. I'm just... I'm just trying to understand my wife a little better.
Kay: Cane, we all have skeletons in our past, for heaven's sakes. Some a little scarier than others. Were I to be judged on my past alone, no one would have a thing to do with me. It's the truth. I try to give people the same benefit of the doubt that I would like them to give me. I want people to... accept me as I am now, so I can accept people as they are now.
Cane: I can't imagine you letting down your guard.
Kay: I don't. I presume the best until given reason not to. That's called a fair standard.
Victor: We come here to escape the office only to find that the office has come here.
Neil: Well, look who it is. My boss, huh?
Neil: How you doing? Uh, you know we're supposed to ban all work-related talk from the premises.
Nikki: Oh, right, like that'll happen.
Victor: Yes, yes, yes. We will not disturb you. Let us sit down, my darling, over here.
Karen: Nice to see you.
Neil: Can you take care of Mr. and Mrs. Newman, please? Thanks, appreciate it. Wow, this place is supposed to be relaxing.
Karen: Mmm. Not a big fan. I'm sorry. You know what? I... I don't like losing.
Neil: Yeah. That much I got.
Karen: That obvious?
Neil: Karen, I'm competitive, too. I recognize a kindred spirit.
Karen: You know, thanks to victor's absence and that infamous kiss heard 'round the district, this was absolutely the worst election loss I have ever experienced.
Neil: Can I ask you something? Uh, do you think you would've won the election without that kiss?
Karen: Yeah, probably so. And I would've taken an underdog to victory. Right now I'm being criticized as the campaign manager who can't handle her candidate or her staff.
Neil: Well, I don't know about that. I mean, one loss isn't gonna erase your record, is it?
Karen: Believe me, the job offers are not pouring in.
Neil: Don't be so hard on yourself. It's all gonna work out.
Karen: I certainly hope so.
Lily: Where were you last night?
Devon: The office, then the library.
Lily: All night?
Devon: What did you do, stay up all night and wait for me to get home? I don't think so.
Lily: All right, who's the girl? Come on.
Devon: We were just studying, miss you're-not-the-boss-of-me.
Devon: All right, it's nothing serious yet, so you're not gonna get a name.
Devon: What are you making here? Dinner for me?
Lily: Um, actually, I'm making that for Daniel.
Devon: Daniel? He's coming over here?
Lily: Yeah. He stayed over last night and, um, I asked him to move back in.
Devon: You're serious?
Lily: Yeah. I mean, he hasn't brought his stuff over yet, but, you know, it's pretty official.
Devon: And you're confident in the decision to do that?
Lily: Yeah, I mean, I want him here. I've been miserable since he's been gone.
Devon: Yeah, that's been clear.
Lily: And we had so much fun last night, you know, just hanging out on the couch, talking and not talking.
Devon: It seems like everything's back to normal then.
Lily: Well, we're getting there. I mean, he's really committed and I can see how much he missed me and... how badly he wants this to work.
Devon: I can't really tell right now if you're convinced this is the right thing to do or if you're trying to convince yourself.
Lily: Listen, last night was the happiest I've been in... I don't even know how long. I mean, it was the first time that I woke up and didn't wanna just cry and feel sorry for myself. I love Daniel. And he loves me. And that I am convinced of.
Devon: Well, that's enough said. You know, if you're happy, then I'm cool with it.
Lily: Thank you.
Devon: And if you ever need someone to kick his butt in the future, you know where to find me.
Lily: No, we're over the worst. Daniel is not lying to me anymore.
Daniel: You gave it your best shot, man.
Colleen: Yes, you were completely convincing.
Amber: I think you're lucky you couldn't persuade her to come back.
Colleen: Kevin, you need to go back to the hospital.
Kevin: I'm not giving up.
Amber: Come on!
Daniel: Kev, you know what? You gave it your best shot and now it's over.
Kevin: It's not over.
Daniel: Okay, well, you know what? I'm already late. Can you take him to the hospital?
Kevin: I'm not going anywhere.
Amber: You should be glad that she didn't come back.
Daniel: Seriously, man, seeing it was a lot different than talking about it.
Colleen: Kevin, just give it up. It is time to start taking care of yourself.
Kevin: I said I'm not going anywhere. (Cell phone ringing)
Amber: Ooh, quiet, quiet. Hey, hot stuff! Yeah, I'm on my way now. Mmm, yeah, I just got caught up on the phone. Friends from L.A. no one you know. Can't wait. Okay, let's go.
Kevin: No! She'll call again.
Colleen: No, Kevin, she won't.
Daniel: She is a lost cause.
Amber: Just give it up.
Colleen: You heard Jana. She said good-bye.
Kevin: She just got scared.
Daniel: She's not gonna come here. She's too smart for that.
Kevin: She wants to be with me.
Colleen: Kevin, this was a bad idea, but we went along with it--
Daniel: And now it's time to give it up.
Amber: Her creepiness is contagious, I guess.
Daniel: You know what, man? We all need to get back. You need to get back.
Amber: You know what? We can't stand here arguing and we're not leaving the money.
Kevin: I need it.
Amber: The point was for her to see it. She has seen the money.
Daniel: And I can't keep Lily waiting anymore.
Amber: Okay, we all did what we could, Kevin.
Kevin: Okay, okay, this is the plan. You're gonna take the money, but you're gonna leave the bag so this way when she calls back she sees it.
Daniel: Will you try talking to him?
Colleen: Maybe I'll have a better chance if we're alone. I will call you.
Karen: Everything okay?
Neil: Yeah, yeah, everything's okay. Quarterly results just came in for our cosmetics division and they were way under projections.
Neil: Yeah, me, too. We invested a hell of a lot of money in R&D to focus on natural, organic ingredients.
Karen: That's benefiting the consumer, right?
Neil: Yeah, right, exactly.
Karen: Okay, well, then it's a short-term loss for a long-term gain. Because it's benefiting the consumer, you're creating a product that is better, safer, more environmentally-friendly, and so you expect to see sales spike significantly... next quarter.
Neil: Wow. Now that is worth dinner.
Victor: Well, it wasn't that far off.
Nikki: No, just tell him we're going to do it as we originally had planned.
Victor: I don't care how it happened.
Nikki: I will explain it to him.
Victor: Well, just fix it.
Nikki: Thank you.
Victor: All right. Exactly. Thank you.
Nikki: Well, you, me and the phones. Just like old times.
Victor: I had to take that call.
Nikki: Hey, I've been running a campaign and a business. I understand.
Nikki: What was yours about?
Victor: Apparently there was some error in the, uh, accounting at Douglas Enterprises.
Nikki: Douglas? You gave up control of that subsidiary a year ago.
Victor: Yeah, but it still affects me financially.
Nikki: Well, mine was about the logo designs for Clear Springs. It seems that you have already weighed in on your opinion.
Victor: Of course I have.
Nikki: Look, your input is always welcome...
Nikki: When it is asked for.
Victor: Are you reprimanding me or what?
Nikki: No, I am reminding you...
Nikki: That N.V.P. is mine.
Victor: Now we decided to come here and not discuss business.
Nikki: We did, but we didn't. So that truly makes it like old times.
Amber: That was like a scene out of a bad horror movie, right before we get slashed.
Daniel: Yeah. Good thing Jana didn't show up.
Amber: Tell that to Kevin.
Daniel: I hope that Colleen can convince him to go back to the hospital. You know, I'd love to help you with this, but I really gotta get home.
Amber: I know. Me, too. Cane thinks I'm already on my way.
Daniel: Well, you're not just gonna leave the money in the trunk, are you?
Amber: No, I'll wait till everyone's asleep and then I'll bury it then. I mean, I can't have Cane asking any questions I can't answer.
Kay: You should take Amber at face value until she gives you reason to do otherwise. Cane, do not go looking for trouble. Now I'm gonna spend some time with the Newmans before we leave.
Cane: Thank you. Thank you.
Kay: Yeah, well.
Cane: Don't worry about giving me a lift home. I'll ride with Amber, okay?
Cane: Thank you.
Amber: You really know how to tear it up in Vegas.
Cane: I'd say thanks, but... wow! Wow, we're really married, huh? It's dinky-di.
Amber: "Dinky-di" must mean Aussie for "lucky you."
Cane: It means it's the bloody truth.
Amber: Hmm. Check out our signatures. You spilled beer all over 'em. You know, maybe we should get this framed with--with pop tops.
Cane: Seems fitting, doesn't it?
Amber: I thought you said boys from down under could hold their beer.
Cane: You know, usually I can. I just don't...
Amber: See, I told you those tickets wouldn't go to waste. We had a blast.
Cane: Wow. Wow, I'm just so sorry, Amber. We said "I do" and I just don't remember anything.
Cane: Las Vegas, Nevada. The old grand 24-hour wedding chapel.
Cane: Hello, uh, my name's, uh, Ethan Ashby. I was married in your, uh, chapel last February, uh, late at night. Yeah, you probably had a lot that night, huh? Um, the reason I'm calling is that, uh, I spilled coffee on my, uh, marriage certificate, and, um, if my wife finds out, I'm gonna be a dead man. Exactly. Um, I was hoping that maybe you could-- yeah, a copy-- a copy would be great. No, I appreciate that. Okay. Um, can you send it to my, uh, work address? I don't want the missus to know.
Amber: Sorry. I had to stop for gas.
Cane: No worries. It was nice to spend time with my grandmother.
Amber: Oh, I bet all you guys did was talk about work.
Cane: Pretty much.
Amber: Oh, lucky you have me to play with.
Cane: I am lucky, aren't I?
Amber: Lemme help you-- "Best thing that ever happened in your life," "The love of your life." How am I doing?
Cane: You're doing well.
Amber: I played a lot of mad-libs as a child.
Cane: What's mad-libs?
Amber: Oh, it's a game. Uh, you would fill in all of the wonderful words that you would use to describe me.
Cane: Oh, you mean like, uh... persistent?
Amber: In love. With you.
Amber: You have a funny look in your eye.
Cane: You're just imagining things.
Amber: Yes, I am.
Lily: Now just because this was meant for Daniel, it doesn't mean there isn't plenty enough for you.
Devon: I know. That's why I'm taking some. But I'm not gonna cut in on your romantic meal here, okay?
Lily: All right.
Devon: Besides, I got a research paper to do about how the news is laid out-- what makes the front page, and what's above the fold, so I'm gonna comb through a bunch of papers.
Lily: That sounds fantastic.
Lily: It's no big deal. It's just dinner.
Devon: No, it's a very big deal. Welcome back.
Daniel: Thanks, man.
Devon: All right, I'm gonna be upstairs listening in, but you guys can just pretend like I'm not even here.
Daniel: Nice of him to say welcome home, all things considered.
Lily: Well, he just wants me to be happy.
Daniel: Well, then we agree on something.
Lily: Um, did you get all your work done?
Daniel: Yeah, most of it.
Lily: I hope they give you credit for working late.
Daniel: Yeah, me, too.
Colleen: Hey... you really need to get back to the hospital.
Kevin: Not now.
Colleen: Okay. Look, honestly, you've done everything you can do. And now you just need to accept that she's not coming back here.
Kevin: She will.
Colleen: Hey, there's still an upside to this. I mean... now we know that she's afraid to come back. That should make you feel safe.
Kevin: Who cares about me?
Colleen: Kevin, we all do.
Kevin: No, I mean, I don't. I don't wanna take her down for my sake.
Colleen: Okay, well, then just let it go.
Kevin: No, I wanna take her down for your sake. Look, I have to make it up to you.
Colleen: No. No, no. I've forgiven you. You've changed. You're nothing like her.
Kevin: No, no, I'm nothing like her because she's not sorry. I'm sorry, okay? And I have to make up for all the stupid things that I've done to you.
Kevin: I mean, really-- really make it up to you.
Colleen: You're starting to scare me.
Kevin: Look... I just--I just wanna see her in jail. And I wanna be the one to put her there.
Colleen: Okay, well, if you wanna do something for my sake, then just please go back to the hospital, okay?
Kevin: You never mention it anymore-- what I did to you. But... you don't just-- you don't just forget about something like that.
Colleen: Okay, Kevin--
Kevin: Do you still think about it?
Colleen: No, Kevin, just please shut up. Please, I don't wanna talk about it, okay? And obviously you are starting to lose it. So...
Kevin: No, no, no, no. I'm thinking very, very clearly right now.
Colleen: Yes. If you wanna know, yes, I think about it. I think about it all the time. But the truth is... you don't scare me, okay? You don't scare me. I'm okay with it. I've forgiven you. You've changed. And the truth is, you have nothing to prove to me, okay?
Kevin: Okay. Then I'll do it for myself.
Colleen: Kevin, I already asked you to stop.
Victor: Did Karen leave?
Neil: No, as a matter of fact, she's in the ladies room right now.
Victor: I didn't realize the two of you were friendly.
Neil: Well, yeah, a little bit. We agreed to have coffee a while ago, and I finally agreed to take her up on the offer.
Victor: I heard about the quarterly report in our cosmetics division.
Neil: Hey, Victor, what do you think about spinning the loss as a benefit to the consumer? Show how our concerns about safety and the environment are worth a short-term loss, which will be a profit next quarter when the customer follows our lead.
Victor: Hmm. Good idea.
Neil: Wish I could take credit for it, but I can't. The idea's Karen's.
Kay: Well, it's so good to see the two of you together away from the office at least.
Nikki: Are we away from the office? I can't really tell. There's so many phone calls.
Kay: His or yours?
Kay: Are the two of you burying yourself in business to avoid getting personal?
Nikki: I guess so. But he is getting dangerously close to micromanaging my business.
Kay: Well, we can't change.
Nikki: He's gonna have to. He came home to a different wife than who he left during the campaign.
Kay: I do not believe that he lacks confidence in you.
Nikki: Katherine, it kills him that Jack came out on top. After everything that we did to try to keep that from happening. It kills him.
Kay: And now that Jack owns all those properties in Clear Springs, it's just--
Nikki: Well, it's more reason for him to be all over my company.
Kay: Not good.
Nikki: Not good.
Amber: So you had a good talk with your grandma?
Cane: She likes the job I'm doing at Clear Springs.
Amber: Well, of course I mean, you're amazingly talented and you make me wanna take you home and have my way with you.
Cane: Katherine's going home.
Amber: What about your car?
Cane: She drove. What about your car?
Amber: Not as comfy as yours.
Cane: I'm not interested in sleeping in it.
Amber: But we would have to drive it somewhere where no one can see us. Not like last time.
Cane: I thought you liked people looking at my bum.
Amber: You have no shame.
Cane: I'll go pay the bill.
Amber: Okay. But my car is a mess.
Cane: Tell me something I don't know.
Colleen: So what do you say, you, me, the hospital?
Kevin: I don't like the food.
Colleen: I will bring takeout.
Kevin: I hate that antiseptic smell.
Colleen: Air freshener and flowers.
Kevin: You know, I get cold in that gown.
Colleen: You know what? Just for you, I will sew buttons on the back.
Kevin: You really care if I go back to the hospital?
Colleen: What do you think?
Colleen: Well, to be honest, it gets kind of frustrating having to repeat that I want you to take care of yourself and to have to try and persuade you that people actually do worry about you and care about you and that I am so worried about you. So can you just believe it and, uh, accept it so I can take you to the hospital, please?
Colleen: Okay. Oh, I think that you should really turn in that money.
Kevin: Yeah, now you're pushing it.
Colleen: Okay, okay, well, I will just take you to the hospital. (Computer chimes)
Kevin: She's back!
Jana: I changed my mind. I want to get together. I need to be with you.
Victor: If it can be managed.
Victor: Well, Neil just told me about yourself.
Karen: Oh, you were talking about me and it's all good, I hope?
Victor: He told me about your publicity angle on the quarterly report.
Karen: Right, spinning is a hard habit to break. Sorry.
Victor: It's necessary in business, as it is in politics.
Karen: I knew the M.B.A. would come in handy someday.
Victor: Mm-hmm. You know, he told me something about your background and I watched your work during the campaign.
Karen: Look, there were a lot of things that weren't exactly in my control during that campaign, so...
Victor: It's inevitable. Now, Neil, will all due respect, we have never found a replacement for your late wife. I think it's about time.
Neil: Yeah. I agree.
Victor: And I think Karen would fit that position very well.
Neil: I... think that's a very good idea.
Karen: What exactly does the position entail?
Victor: Neil, you sell her.
Nikki: I'll be going up against my husband's greatest rival.
Kay: Mm-hmm. Which means Victor won't be able to resist trying to get involved with your company.
Nikki: Are you kidding? He'll think he can just run all over it.
Kay: Well, what are your options?
Nikki: Option number one is let him.
Kay: Are you all right with that?
Nikki: No. No, not anymore.
Nikki: Option number two would be to try to convince him to just let things be, let him know that things can run smoothly without him.
Kay: Nikki, Nikki, Nikki, a leopard cannot change its spots.
Nikki: All right, well, then option number three-- tell him that he is not allowed to make the decisions. He's cut out of the decision-making process.
Kay: Well, then you're gonna have to cut him out of your company.
Nikki: Well, you're right there, too. I need to own N.V.P.
Kay: Well, listen, if he's willing to go for that. In the meantime, do you have money for something like that?
Nikki: No, I don't, but you do.
Daniel: That was incredible.
Lily: Good. Oh, I forgot dessert!
Daniel: We don't need dessert.
Lily: No, it was the best part of the surprise. I meant to pick it up on my way home.
Daniel: Well, why don't you just tell me where it is and I'll go get it?
Lily: Because, hello, that would ruin the surprise.
Daniel: I don't deserve you.
Lily: Hold that thought. I'll be right back.
Daniel: She just left.
Devon: Shut up! Daniel, have you ever heard of the "Madison Journal Sentinel"?
Daniel: No, I haven't. Why?
Devon: Never heard of it? Well, it covers downtown news, mostly business. But it also has some stuff like this recent strip club raid.
Daniel: You gotta be kidding me.
Devon: No, I'm not kidding you! Daniel, you got arrested at a strip club?
Daniel: No, Devon--
Devon: What? What? You can't deny it when it's in print there, right? Unless there's another Daniel Romalotti in this town. Lily let you back in here! You know what you are? You're a loser! You're a jerk, man!
Daniel: I had no idea that there were prostitutes in this club.
Devon: No, you solicited one after you found out they were hookers.
Daniel: I never solicited a prostitute! I got charged with solicitation because there was this cop there that was pissed off at me, okay?
Daniel: The club said it was a strip club. That's what the sign said!
Daniel: I went in there just to kill a couple hours before my flight!
Devon: Daniel, I don't care! I could care less why you went there, all right? We're talking about my sister now.
Daniel: I didn't have sex with any prostitutes and I didn't solicit anyone.
Daniel: I went in there and I watched some girls strip.
Devon: Right, 'cause that's your thing.
Daniel: It was a mistake!
Devon: You know what, Daniel? You don't have to explain it to me. You don't. You can explain it to your wife when she gets back home!
Daniel: No, no, no, I can't!
Devon: What do you mean, no, you can't?
Daniel: Listen, Devon, that was it for me. All right, that was it. I have never felt lower than being dragged out of that place in cuffs, but it made me realize that there's a lot of stuff that's not perfect in my life and that I need to fix!
Daniel: But Lily and I are back together now and I'm not gonna mess it up, so I'm asking you here, please don't say anything to her.
Devon: So you're asking me to lie to my sister?
Daniel: No. No.
Devon: What are you doing?
Daniel: I am not asking you to lie to her. I'm just asking you to leave it alone. Okay, it made me realize what's important and what's not. And that stuff-- that stuff's not important!
Daniel: You don't have to believe a word that I'm saying, but believe this. Lily is the one thing in this world that matters the most to me, okay? I care about her so much. So I'm begging you here. Just leave it alone.
Devon: You're disgusting.
Amber: I don't believe it! Oh, stupid flat tire!
Cane: How much car trouble can one person have?
Amber: It's the car's fault, not mine.
Cane: Yeah, we should've bought you a new car with that money instead of buying me a bike.
Amber: Can I help it if I love you more than this stupid car?
Cane: Who are you calling?
Amber: Your grandmother. She can pick us up on the way home.
Cane: No, don't call my grandmother. I'll pop the trunk and I'll change it myself.
Amber: Oh, no, no, no, no. Unh-unh! It's my car! I'll fix it.
Cane: I'm not gonna stand here while you change the tire, okay?
Amber: How am I ever gonna learn, huh?
Cane: You can watch the expert.
Amber: The money from my purse! This--I lost this. I am so glad I found this. This is from my paycheck. Can you imagine losing money in your own car? It's really embarrassing. But it's lucky, too. Let me just get my gym bag out of the way for you.
Kevin: I need you to get out of here.
Colleen: No, Kevin, you have to get to a hospital. Oh, my God! A gun?! Are you crazy?!
Kevin: I need protection and I need you to leave! I can't have you here!
Colleen: No, I can't you here like that.
Kevin: Yes, you can.
Colleen: No, I can't! And it is insane for you to think that you can just wait for her here.
Kevin: Okay, okay, when she asks about the suitcase, I'm just gonna say that I need to make sure she wasn't just coming back for the money.
Colleen: And then what?
Kevin: And that's it! That's it! So I need you to go! Thank you for everything, but get outta here now!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Kay: If you keep this up, my beloved, but myopic daughter will be visiting you on weekends at the state penitentiary.
Colleen: I don't wanna go to your funeral.
Kevin: I said, shut up!
Jack: Who isn't here?
Sharon: Noah ran away.
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