Y&R Transcript Thursday 7/12/07 -- Canada; Friday 7/13/07 -- U.S.A.
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Jana: You don't want to do this.
Daniel: Kevin, listen to her and think about this.
Colleen: If you do this, I will go to jail, too.
Kevin: That is your choice.
Colleen: Kevin, you don't wanna send me to jail.
Kevin: That's never gonna happen. Michael is a very good defense attorney and you guys had nothing to do with this.
Michael: That's irrelevant. The D.A. could charge us all with accessory to commit murder.
Kevin: This is my deal, not yours.
Michael: That's, uh, not how the legal system sees it. You see, uh... Kevin? They were here earlier and they didn't call the police. That's called aiding and abetting.
Kevin: Then leave.
Daniel: No, no, we're not going anywhere.
Kevin: Fine, stay. I don't care.
Colleen: Kevin, I'm not letting you do this.
Kevin: I don't remember giving you a choice, Colleen.
Daniel: Do you really want us all to go to jail and over what? Over revenge?
Kevin: Sweet revenge.
Daniel: Yeah, well, you're gonna ruin our lives and yours.
Kevin: Actually, life is pretty good right now. I've got Jana here with me. And after I put a bullet in her, it'll almost settle the score. Almost.
Cane: (Thinking) "Dear Mr. Ashby. As requested here is a copy of your marriage certificate. We wish you and your wife a lifetime of happiness just in case, please remember Grand Old Wedding Chapel is here for all of your wedding needs. Sincerely, Reverend Frank McAllister."
Cane: Bloody hell.
Nick: So... I have some news.
Logan: Hmm. Good, I hope?
Nick: I'm gonna move back in with my... well, with Phyllis.
Logan: That's wonderful. Your son will be so thrilled.
Nick: Yeah, he could use some stability right now. So could my daughter.
Logan: You're a good father.
Nick: Thanks. So do I pass the health inspection, Doc?
Logan: Well, you've pretty much recovered. I can write you a permission slip.
Nick: Well, I've recovered everything except my memories, so I'm thinking if I move back into the life I had before the accident, maybe I'll find it somewhere.
Logan: Well, I always seem to find mine hiding in the linen closet.
Nick: You know, that's the first place I'm gonna check.
Nick: Yeah. So what's your story? You gonna stick around? You gonna go back to the woods and try and rescue more people?
Logan: Possibly. Considering I don't really have a place I call home. I guess I could stay here. Just the question is, what for?
Nick: There's gotta be something.
Phyllis: Your daddy is coming over tonight. That's right. Here, let's put these right here. Okay, you can keep that. You know what? When you're older-- when you're older-- you wanna play video games? Yeah? Oh, Sweetie. Okay, we'll let you play video games. I'll teach you. You could play with your daddy, too, all right? You could play video games with your daddy. And then I'll teach you how to beat him. You can beat all the boys at school. You could play with your big brother. Beat him, too, just like your mommy beats all the boys. Yeah, you're happy, aren't you? Your daddy is coming home. That's right. Your daddy is coming home.
Phyllis: Daddy's favorite sandwich. We have peanut butter, banana, honey on wheat bread. We're gonna put that there for Daddy so he has it when he comes home. Okay, I don't know how he eats that, but he does. You think it's funny, don't you? You think it's funny that Daddy eats that? Looks like you want some. You can have that when you get a little older. All right, Sweetie. We'll just wait here. Wait for Daddy to come home.
Nick: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. I got this. It's my treat.
Logan: You sure?
Nick: Yeah. You know, you saved my life, I buy you lunch. It's like an even trade, right?
Nick: Listen, Logan, wherever you end up, there's gonna be something for you.
Logan: Oh, really? You wanna clue me in?
Nick: I really think you should start practicing medicine again.
Logan: What makes you say that?
Nick: Well, for starters, you're good. Case in point.
Logan: And how do you know you weren't just some fluke?
Nick: It's just a hunch. You were able to save my life with basically no supplies. In my mind that's good. Actually, it's amazing. Thank you.
Logan: I call it resourceful.
Nick: I'm just trying to imagine what you could do with actual instruments and real medicine. No more of that quaking aspen junk.
Logan: Quaking aspen tea.
Nick: Well, it should've been croaking aspen tea. That stuff was gnarly.
Logan: I've been in the woods for a while. Do people really still say gnarly?
Nick: I do. Do I count as people?
Logan: We might require further testing on that.
Nick: Look, if you go back out into the woods looking for more plane crash survivors, I'm just gonna take a wild stab here and say your odds are pretty slim. Like 1,689,324 to 1.
Logan: I see you remember how to use the internet.
Nick: I just lost the last 2 years, not 22.
Logan: Well, some of us aren't as technologically advanced.
Nick: All right, I'm gonna give you a pass 'cause you're doing more important things, like saving people's lives.
Logan: Thank you.
Nick: Sure. What did I do?
Logan: You reminded me why I got into medicine in the first place.
Gloria: Come on, William, reach. Reach for my hand! Just a little bit further! A little bit further! There we go!
Lauren: How's it going?
Gloria: He is making such amazing progress. Did you talk to Michael?
Lauren: Not yet.
Gloria: Maybe I should go look for Kevin.
Lauren: Gloria, what if he comes back here?
Gloria: Lauren, he is alone. He is sick.
Lauren: Hold on.
Lauren: Hi. Uh, can I help you?
Heather: Heather Stevens. I'm here to see William Bardwell.
Gloria: Excuse me. Uh, but this really isn't a good time. We're having a family emergency right now.
Heather: Oh, well, it won't be long at all. I just wanted to introduce myself. I'm the new assistant D.A. I'll be taking over your husband's cases while he recovers.
Michael: Kevin... please just put the gun down.
Daniel: Kevin, listen to us.
Colleen: Please, please, don't do this. Just let her rot in jail.
Jana: You love me. Remember? We love each other.
Kevin: I said shut up! Now everybody get out of here now!
Daniel: We are not gonna leave here without you.
Kevin: Do not make me hurt you! I mean it! Now get out! It is not a request, it's an order! Leave!
Colleen: No! Whatever you are gonna do, you are gonna do it in front of me, so you might as well just get it over with, okay?
Jana: I knew you couldn't do it. I knew it. Now untie me. We can still get away. It'll be okay, I promise.
Colleen: No, Kevin! Kevin, please, do not listen to her, okay?
Kevin: Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! Shut up! I can't think!
Colleen: No, I am not leaving here without you.
Jana: Well, then I guess you won't be leaving at all, will you?
Colleen: Uh, Honey, I'm not the one who's handcuffed, okay?
Jana: If you think you can take him away from me so easily, you're wrong!
Kevin: I said shut up!
Jana: Oh, God!
Kevin: Everybody-- everybody get back! Everybody just step back now.
Michael: Colleen, no!
Kevin: What--what are you-- what are you doing? Get out of the way now, Colleen!
Colleen: No! No, I am not gonna let you do this.
Daniel: None of us will, Kevin.
Kevin: You don't understand! None of you do!
Colleen: I understand! I understand because Jana tried to kill me, too.
Colleen: I want revenge just as much as you do.
Kevin: Okay, good, good, then take the gun and kill her!
Colleen: No! Killing Jana will not make me feel better.
Kevin: It'll make me feel better.
Colleen: No, it won't. You couldn't even do it. You know why? Because you will be just as disgusting as she is! Wouldn't you rather see her rot in jail for the rest of her life and know that you, Kevin, you were the one that put her there?
Kevin: No. I want her dead.
Colleen: No, you don't! You don't, or you would've killed her by now, but you can't. Because you care.
Daniel: Kevin, Colleen is right. We know you do.
Kevin: No, you don't! You don't know me! None of you do!
Michael: Kevin, I know you better than you know yourself.
Colleen: You know what? You're right. You're right. A few years ago, yes, you were psycho, but you know what? You worked hard and you've changed and you've gotten--
Kevin: No, no, no. People don't change. I'm the same mess--
Michael: Please, Kevin, woe is you! You're being ridiculous! You have changed! You're in control. Just--just stop being angry! Just stop! You have family and you have friends who love you.
Colleen: Michael's right. Kevin, I care about you. I really do. But if you do this and you kill Jana right now, all the work that you have done will just be undone and we will be over.
Jana: He's not yours! You never had him!
Colleen: I already told you to shut up! You might as well just kill yourself as far as I'm concerned, because you're already dead to me! It'll just be the memory of the guy that I knew... and respected. Okay?
Kevin: You win. You win. I can't do this.
Kevin: Call the police.
Gloria: My husband made notes on some of his cases. I don't know if they'll be of any help, though.
Heather: Oh, uh, well, the D.A.'s office has already updated me on everything. I just wanted to set up a time when I could come and speak with William. Can, uh, can he hear me?
Gloria: Yes, he can hear you and he can understand you. He just can't respond yet.
Heather: William, I just want you to know that I will not let you down on any of these cases.
Lauren: I'll get it.
Lauren: Hey, you guys, what brings you by?
Sullivan: Well, we were, um, hoping to see the D.A. if he's feeling up to it. Hey, William.
Gloria: Of course. He's having a good day. So, Maggie, Paul, this is, uh--
Heather: I was wondering when I would run into you.
Sullivan: Well, how do you two know each other?
Paul: I was--I was married to her mother about a hundred years ago.
Heather: Yeah, and Mom and I came to town, God, uh, I don't know, ages ago and that's when I met Paul.
Paul: Wow, you're all grown up.
Paul: So, um... what brings you to town?
Heather: New A.D.A.
Paul: Wow, again. Congratulations.
Heather: Thank you.
Sullivan: Are you taking over William's cases?
Heather: Only a few.
Gloria: Which ones?
Heather: Well, the biggest case I'm working on is the extortion case against Phyllis Newman.
Phyllis: I made you, uh, peanut butter, honey and banana on wheat bread.
Nick: I thought I usually have jelly on my sandwiches.
Phyllis: Um... yeah, you did. You got tired of that. So you--you changed to peanut butter and to bananas. Hey, it's--it's no big deal. I'll just--I'll make jelly.
Nick: No, no, no, you don't have to do that. No, I already ate anyway.
Phyllis: Oh, okay. Yeah. So I'll put that there. I'll take that.
Phyllis: There. Right there.
Nick: Hey! Look at this! I love reading these. Are you into this?
Phyllis: Yeah. But, uh, they're yours. And I just thought that you would like to see them. And I have--I have, um, a video game, too. It's, um, a new one. It's called "Smash City."
Nick: "Smash City"?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Yeah, it's--it's new. It's cool.
Nick: We'll have to try it later.
Phyllis: Yeah. I always win in this one.
Nick: Uh, were you there yesterday? Because I sure was.
Phyllis: Oh, I'm sorry, please. That was beginner's luck.
Nick: You wish.
Phyllis: Um, I'm sorry. You are so on, Mr. "I think I'm the king of video games."
Nick: That is a title I will defend to the death.
Phyllis: Bring it on.
Nick: Okay. Well, I'll go change into my, uh, favorite lucky Brewers jersey. You know where that is?
Phyllis: Huh? Uh... yeah, that--that one that was completely, like... torn up and faded and...
Nick: Yeah, that one. It's really comfortable. It's got character.
Phyllis: Right. Um... I just, uh, I kind of gave that to goodwill.
Cane: Hey, Love, guess what?
Cane: I've got a surprise for you!
Amber: What? I love surprises! What is it? Is it jewelry?
Amber: Our marriage certificate.
Cane: Yeah, I got a copy of it because the original got stained, remember?
Amber: Oh. That's so thoughtful of you.
Cane: I'll go and get it framed.
Amber: Oh, you don't have to do that. I'll just take it in on my way to work.
Cane: No, no, no, this is my surprise for you. I'll handle it. That's strange. That doesn't look like my signature.
Amber: It doesn't? Let me--let me see.
Cane: No. It doesn't look like my handwriting.
Amber: It only takes one drink to make my handwriting look like a kindergartner's. And you, Mister, had way more than that that night.
Cane: Yeah, I was pretty wasted, wasn't I?
Amber: Oh, my God! You were so gone! You barely even talked. It was hysterical! I'm surprised you could sign anything more than just a giant "X." I mean, and--and hello! Look at mine. Look at my penmanship. My sixth grade teacher would be sorely disappointed.
Cane: Yeah, I guess my handwriting wasn't that good to start with, was it?
Amber: That was so great of you to do this for me. Marrying you was the best thing that ever happened to me.
Cane: Tell me about it. I finally got you in the sack. I'm only kidding. I just think we're both lucky the, uh, minister didn't think we were too drunk to get married. Otherwise, where would be now?
Phyllis: No! Oh!
Nick: The king wins again!
Phyllis: Best two out of three?
Nick: Hey, whatever you want. You're gonna go down.
Phyllis: Listen to her. She's giving you time to prep.
Nick: Yeah, well--
Phyllis: I gotta get her bottle.
Nick: Can I?
Phyllis: Oh, yeah. I'll get the bottle.
Nick: Okay. Hey, pretty girl. Hi.
Phyllis: That's right, pretty girl.
Nick: You hungry?
Phyllis: Here you go? So, um, I didn't know where you wanted to sleep. I could, um, make up the sofa or, um... or I could make up the day bed up in her room. You know, I figured you didn't wanna sleep in the same bed with me. I understand that. You know, not that it would imply we'd do anything, of course. So--so where do you wanna sleep?
Nick: Uh, don't get me wrong. You are an incredibly beautiful woman.
Phyllis: Thank you. It's very reassuring to hear that from my husband.
Nick: I just don't think it would be fair to you to sleep in the same bed as you. Yet.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, you know, you can be unfair to me anytime.
Nick: I'll take that into consideration.
Phyllis: Great. I mean, even in the next 24 hours. You could be really, really unfair to me.
Nick: We'll see.
Phyllis: Yeah, we'll see.
Lauren: So is this your first job out of law school?
Heather: I worked for the D.A. in Chicago.
Paul: That's impressive.
Sullivan: Okay, I have to go. They found your son.
Gloria: Is he okay?
Lauren: Where was he?
Sullivan: Well, um, he was in a warehouse outside town. I'm pretty sure he's okay. He's the one that called the police.
Gloria: Oh, God!
Colleen: Do we have our stories straight?
Kevin: You and Daniel are leaving. There's no reason for you to stay.
Daniel: We're outta here. No problem.
Colleen: No, I'm not leaving. That's out of the question.
Colleen: You're always trying to argue with me, but I always win.
Kevin: Point taken.
Michael: It's a bad idea.
Colleen: I'm sorry you feel that way.
Kevin: Actually, she can stay if she'd like. I'll need somebody to verify my story anyway.
Michael: Which is?
Kevin: Mostly the truth. Jana came at me and I overpowered her.
Daniel: Okay, look, if you guys have this all under control, I gotta take off, okay?
Michael: I should go, too. You can handle things? You're not gonna pull anything, right?
Kevin: Yeah, just a sec.
Michael: Who are you calling?
Kevin: You'll see.
(Cell phone ringing)
Michael: I'm standing right here.
Kevin: Well, it's a record of the frantic phone call I made to my attorney. You can arrive moments after the cops get here-- breathless.
Michael: Good pun intended.
Jana: You think you've got it all figured out, don't you? Well, you forgot one tiny detail. Moi. I'll tell them everything.
Colleen: Interesting. Another tiny little detail, Honey... you're a psychotic murderer. Nobody's gonna believe you.
Jana: Once I tell them Kevin tried to kill me, they'll investigate it and when they find out the truth, Kevin will join me in jail.
Sullivan: You have the right to remain silent.
Jana: Kevin tried to kill me!
Sullivan: If you choose to give up that right and make a statement, anything you say may be--
Jana: He's the one you should be arresting!
Sullivan: Used against you in a court of law. You also have the right to have an attorney present when you are being questioned.
Jana: He needs the attorney, not me!
Sullivan: During any statement--
Jana: Actually, his attorney was already here. Why don't you ask him about that?!
Sullivan: I didn't expect to find you here.
Colleen: Kevin called me. I just got here.
Jana: Oh, she's lying! She's been here the whole time!
Sullivan: Did she contact you?
Kevin: I'm not answering any questions until Michael gets here.
Jana: Yeah, that's because he tried to kill me! Ow!
Sullivan: Kevin, why did you leave the hospital?
Jana: He went looking for me. He lured me here.
Michael: Hey, Kevin, I got here as soon as I could. Are you okay?
Jana: He's lying! He's been here the whole time! They all have! Kevin almost shot me!
Kevin: Okay, okay, okay, she's even more insane than I remember. If I wanted you dead, you'd be dead right now. And I would claim self-defense.
Michael: You know what? I'm gonna stop your questioning right there. Detective, I don't want my client's anger to influence his words.
Sullivan: Well, that's your call.
Colleen: Kevin should really be in the hospital. May I take him, please?
Michael: I'll see you there.
(Cell phone ringing)
Michael: Oh, excuse me. Hello, it's Michael.
Lauren: Honey, they found Kevin.
Michael: Uh, I'm here with him.
Lauren: Is he okay?
Gloria: Let me talk to him.
Lauren: No, no, wait one second. Wait one second. Is he okay?
Michael: Tell her he's fine. He caught Jana.
Lauren: He's fine and he caught Jana!
Gloria: You tell your brother to call me so I can tell him what a damn fool he is!
Lauren: Okay, did you get that?
Michael: Yes, I did. Uh, we're on our way to the hospital, all right? I'll be home soon.
Lauren: Wait. Before you go. There's something I wanna tell you. Phyllis' case is going forward. There's a new assistant D.A. in town.
Paul: Well, I can't believe you're here.
Heather: I know. It's been a while.
Paul: Yeah. Wow, I mean, it's amazing just, uh... just looking at you. Where did the time go? I am kinda upset with your mom, though. She didn't tell me you were coming.
Heather: It was completely a last minute thing. I mean, the job came up here and I jumped at the chance.
Paul: You worked in Chicago, right?
Heather: Yeah, I did. I loved it there. Um, worked for the D.A. there-- an amazing, amazing opportunity. I learned a lot. But I've always wanted to settle down in a small town, so when this came up, I was all about it.
Paul: Well, added bonus, there is no shortage of cases to try here.
Heather: I've noticed that. I mean, I'm not the only A.D.A. assigned to William, and I'm handling four of his cases.
Paul: Think you can handle it?
Heather: If I can handle Chicago, I can handle anything.
Paul: Okay, you've got confidence. I like that.
Heather: Yeah, well, I don't have a perfect conviction record for nothing.
Paul: Wow. Where are you staying?
Heather: I got a room at the athletic club. Gonna try to look for an apartment soon.
Paul: Well, if you need any help, or you need a place to stay, just let me know.
Heather: Thank you. I appreciate it.
Logan: Really? Okay, so how much time do I have to make a decision? That's not enough time for me to get money or even a loan-- hello? Hello? Excuse me? Could I please use your phone? My battery just died.
Cane: Hey, uh, can I get a coldie when you get a chance?
Logan: Sure. Coldie means?
Logan: Right. Um... are you Australian?
Cane: Yeah, yeah, where I'm from practically everything means beer. Uh, you know what? You're not doing that right. If you tilt the glass, you'll get less froth. Let me show you.
Logan: Uh, I don't really think that's a good idea.
Cane: No, it doesn't matter. I used to work here.
Logan: No, you don't understand.
Cane: Sorry. All right... so... if you tilt the glass just right... you will get... less foam and better tips from the customers.
Man: What do you think you're doing?
Cane: No, it's all right, ma I'm just teaching this, uh, new bartender how to pull a beer.
Logan: Yeah, actually, I don't work here.
Cane: Oh. Um, well, you were doing a pretty convincing job. Um, actually, come to think of it, no, you weren't. Sorry, man.
Logan: Yeah. Love to buy you a beer and tell you about it. Name's Logan.
Cane: Uh, Cane. And, uh, how can I say no to a free beer?
Nick: Summer asleep?
Phyllis: Yeah, she's fast asleep. So do you want another video game rematch?
Nick: No, I'm kinda burned out with video games. I think I'll take my horse out for a ride.
Phyllis: Sounds good.
Nick: You wanna come? I'm sure we could find somebody to watch Summer.
Phyllis: Yeah, yeah, I'm sure we can. I'm just laughing because, um... before, when we would say we were going to take the horses out for, you know, a ride... we never really made it out of the stable.
Nick: You're not very good?
Phyllis: Oh, no, I'm good. Um... it--it was just... you know, the ambiance and all that hay and it, you know, kind of made us...
Nick: Ah. Got it. I got it. I just... didn't think that-- that would...
Phyllis: Well, that was then, you know? We can... we can... actually ride the horses if you want. We'll do that.
(Knock on door) (Knock on door)
Phyllis: Hello! Come on in!
Michael: Bad news.
Phyllis: Oh, you don't waste any time, do you?
Michael: Hi, Nicholas. Uh, glad you're alive.
Michael: Um... the trial's back on.
Phyllis: What? Why?
Michael: It was handed off. Uh, you and I have got to prepare. You have some time right now?
Phyllis: Well, no, we were about to go out.
Nick: Yes, she has time. What do you need to go over?
Michael: I hate saying this, but... maybe under the circumstances I should speak with Phyllis alone.
Phyllis: No, I mean, whatever you have to say to me, you can say in front of him.
Nick: It's cool. You guys, uh, do your thing. I'll go out and get some fresh air. It's okay.
Michael: Thanks, Nicholas.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Phyllis: What are you doing? Hello! Nice to see ya!
Michael: I take it my timing left something to be desired?
Phyllis: You think? Thanks for waltzing in here reminding him who I am.
Michael: You know, I have about had it today with self-esteem issues. You are a good person. You made a mistake.
Phyllis: That's not what he thinks.
Michael: Who cares what he thinks?! You've got more important things to worry about.
Phyllis: The trial.
Michael: Step one-- you keep yourself out of jail. Step two-- you win back wayward husband. Because step two ain't gonna happen without step one.
Cane: I haven't met many outdoorsy types since I moved to the states.
Logan: I don't know, I just feel more comfortable in the wilderness.
Cane: I just realized. You're Logan Armstrong. You rescued Nick Newman, right?
Logan: Yep. The one and only.
Cane: Wow! Wow! You are one tough Sheila. You've earned bragging rights for that.
Cane: I read that you were in the middle of nowhere with no supplies. What were you doing, a walkabout or something?
Logan: Um... yeah, something like that.
Cane: I bet you're the sort of girl that if she's lost in the middle of nowhere can, uh, build a racecar from a pocket knife.
Logan: Hardly. You know, I know a couple good camping sites in this area. You should check 'em out sometime.
Logan: I'd love to, but, uh, I don't know if the missus would go for it. She's the sort of girl that if she stays in a hotel without room service, she thinks she's roughing it.
Amber: Hello. Um, my name is Amber Ashby. I got married there back in February. Right, right, thank you so much for sending the certificate. Anyway, um, my husband and I were trying to put together a wedding album and... I'm looking for pictures. I don't remember any pictures being taken, but I just... I wanted to be sure. Oh, the photographs cost extra? Oh, well, I didn't happen to pay the extra, did I? Yeah, yeah, sure, I'll hold while you check. I didn't pay the extra? Oh, darn! I guess I should have. Well, yeah, thank you anyway. Mm-hmm. Bye-bye.
Gloria: Excuse me! Kevin? Kevin? Oh, Kevin, thank God! Thank God you're okay! My baby!
Kevin: Mom, oxygen, oxygen.
Gloria: Oh, Kevin! Kevin! If you ever do anything this crazy again, I'm gonna kill you myself. And I'm gonna bring you back and I'm gonna kill you all over again.
Kevin: All right. Fair enough.
Gloria: You found Jana?
Kevin: Mm-hmm. She's in police custody as we speak.
Gloria: Oh, praise God.
Colleen: Do we have the death penalty in Wisconsin?
Gloria: I don't know, but maybe your dear old Uncle Jack could fix that, huh?
Colleen: Maybe he can reinstate it just to finish Jana off.
Kevin: Yeah, the sooner the better. She's in police custody, but I just have this feeling that she's-- no! No! No! No, don't believe her! She's faking this!
Sullivan: Okay. Kevin.
Kevin: No! No! She's faking so she can get--
Sullivan: Kevin, step back.
Paul: So what's the deal with, uh...?
Sullivan: Well, Jana seized in the squad car. The doctors say she should be lucid in a few minutes. What about you? What's going on with you?
Paul: Oh, nothing, just... a little distracted, that's all.
Sullivan: Oh, distracted. Does your distraction have anything to do with a 20-something blonde in the, uh, D.A.'s office?
Paul: Wow, you are good, aren't you?
Paul: Got me pegged.
Sullivan: Oh, every which way.
Paul: Pretty amazing young lady.
Sullivan: Yep. You seem awfully interested in this amazing young lady.
Paul: I am. I should be. I'm her father.
Sullivan: Wow. You're just full of surprises, aren't you?
Paul: There's something else you should know. Heather has no idea.
Michael: Well, I'm just worried about Phyllis.
Lauren: I know. She wasn't expecting the trial to happen so soon.
Michael: This is different. This is... this is much worse.
Lauren: She's strong. She'll get through this.
Michael: On the outside, you're right. I mean, she's still the feisty redhead that always comes out swinging. But on the inside, she's a mess. I mean, she's really worried about losing Nicholas.
Phyllis: Hey, Noah, it's Phyllis. I have great news. Your dad moved back in. And I arranged for you to stay with us tonight. And we're gonna have your dad's favorite, all right? So, um, I hope baseball practice is going great. And, uh, we'll have fun tonight. Talk to you later. Yeah, we'll have fun tonight. That is, if your dad comes back.
Logan: Hey, Hobbles.
Nick: What are you still doing here?
Logan: Got a lot of free time these days. So how's the move?
Nick: It's, uh, it's an adjustment. I think it's gonna work. Phyllis cracks me up.
Logan: They say laughter is the best thing for a relationship.
Nick: Yeah. It's... it's more than that. She's... smart. And, uh, she's a great mother. I'm starting to see why the old me married her. What are you thinking about?
Logan: You know, what to do with the rest of my life. My landlord called today. My apartment back at home is turning into a condo, so I have to either buy or move out.
Nick: Do you wanna buy?
Logan: Not really. I mean, I don't wanna be tied down to a place I'm not in love with.
Nick: Well, it sounds like you've already made up your mind. Any idea where you wanna go?
Logan: I like it here. I mean, everybody's so nice.
Nick: Well, you know I know a lot of people in this town. You know, we could get you a job. I could always write you a reference.
Logan: Yeah, I might have to take you up on that.
Jana: He tried to kill me. You have to believe me!
Sullivan: Okay, okay, okay, Jana, you're gonna have to calm down or they're gonna tranquilize you.
Jana: He trapped me! He lured me here! He said he had--he had money. He showed me hundreds of thousands of dollars right there in a bag! Where did he get it? Where did he get all that money?!
Sullivan: Okay. Shh.
Daniel: Could I hit you up for another one?
Daniel: You are a good man. Thank you.
Man: Hey. I'll take a whiskey soda. And if you don't mind, uh... a little information. I'm looking for an old friend of mine.
Man: What can I do for you?
Man: Well, he goes by the name of Plum.
Man: Sorry, I'd remember that kind of name.
Man: All right.
Sullivan: Kevin? I have a question for you. Jana tells me that you lured her to that warehouse with a bag full of money. Is there any truth to that?
Amber: My second favorite greeting.
Cane: And what's your first?
Amber: I'll take you upstairs and show you?
Cane: Oh, I like the sound of that. I dropped off the marriage certificate at the framers. It's gonna be ready next week.
Amber: Kiss me again.
(Cell phone ringing)
Amber: Oh, people have the worst timing! I'm not home!
Cane: I don't think they heard you.
Amber: Ugh! Make this quick.
Daniel: Don't hang up. Listen, there's some guy over at Indigo. He's looking for Plum.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Brad: I'll pay you to not write the book.
Devon: Lily deserves to know what's going on and if you're not gonna tell her, I will.
Lily: My husband was involved in this and you didn't tell me?
Kevin: What's going on?
Jana: I'm so scared.
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