Y&R Transcript Friday 8/10/07

Y&R Transcript Friday 8/10/07 -- Canada; Monday 8/13/07 -- U.S.A.

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Nikki: It's about time Victor cleared his schedule for me. Strategy is keeping us waiting.

Victoria: You know, I'm sure... I'm sure that Dad has a legitimate reason. Mom, well, we have to give him the benefit of the doubt.

Nikki: You do, I don't.

Victoria: Oh, yes, you do, or at least you have to pretend to, because we don't want it getting personal in there.

Nikki: My Darling, he has already made it personal with this interminable waiting. But not a sign of displeasure shall shadow this smile.

Victoria: Wow. You are good.

Nikki: Thank you. Ready to go?

Victoria: Let's go.

(Knock on door)

Neil: All right, Ladies.

Victoria: Okay, we were just coming.

Neil: Hi. Victor needs a few more minutes to take care of something that just came up.

Nikki: You know, I might actually enjoy playing this little game if we weren't all up against the clock.

Neil: Well, what can I tell you? He asked me to ask you to wait.

Nikki: You believe this?

Devon: Hey. I was thinking that... I don't think a blind date is such a good idea.

Lily: Uh, for whom?

Devon: For you.

Lily: (Chuckles) okay, well, then I don't want to hear what you think.

Devon: Look, all I'm saying is that--

Lily: Whoa, wait. I thought you told me to stop saying, "All I'm saying..."

Devon: Okay, sorry. I just... I think it's too soon to start datin' some guy you hardly know.

Lily: Uh, Dear Abby, when did you start writing an advice column?

Devon: Lily, everybody knows you don't start a relationship when you're on the rebound. You know, that's common knowledge. It's common sense.

Lily: Well, I'm--I'm not talking about settling down and having kids. I just want to go, you know, see a movie or... listen to music or just hang out.

Devon: Hey, I'll take you to see a movie. We even have tickets to--

Lily: No, no, no. I want a date.

Devon: What? Hell, pretend you're on a date when we go.

Lily: (Chuckles) okay, you do realize I don't need you to hook me up with somebody?

Devon: Of course I know that.

Lily: Okay, well, then get over your "Don't go out on the rebound." Just fix me up with one of your friends.

Devon: I don't have any--

Lily: You don't have any friends?

Devon: I don't have any friends who are right for you.

Lily: That's not true. What about that tall guy at the office party who's studying Arabic?

Devon: Yeah, I mean--

Lily: Or the rugby player with the really, really cute butt, you know, the one who's going to grad school?

Devon: Mm.

Lily: Oh, I know--that, um, that other tall guy who, uh, who owns that really cute little boxer?

Devon: You just want to date a guy 'cause he has a cute dog?

Lily: Oh, what about that hot blonde who writes fiction and is really good at free styling? Devon, please, I am begging you. You have to find me a nice guy.

Nick: So why haven't you told your husband you want another baby?

Sharon: I just... I haven't found the right time.

Nick: Is that time gonna be anytime soon?

Sharon: Well, "Soon" is a relative term.

Nick: So what are you afraid of?

Sharon: (Sighs) what, with Jack? Nothing, it's just... well, the hesitation is more with me. I just want to make sure that, um, I'm doing the right thing, you know, and that I'm--that I'm not being impulsive and... every year when it's Cassie's birthday, the urge gets stronger.

Nick: Does this benefit that we do in her honor bring it on?

Sharon: It did last time. We'll see what happens this time.

Nick: I really regret that we didn't have another kid.

Sharon: It wouldn't have saved our marriage.

Nick: You don't know that. It may have.

Sharon: Well, there's no point in looking back.

Nick: There is for me... because there's so much I haven't figured out since the accident... the most important thing being, of course, why I ever let us get a divorce. I should have done everything I could to stop that. I mean... I love you--

Sharon: Ohh! (Gasps) (Laughs)

Nick: Whoa.

Sharon: Oh, my gosh. Are you okay?

Nick: Yeah, no, I'm fine, thanks. I mean... I love you. What was wrong with me?

Sharon: Nick, it doesn't do any good to talk about love, okay? It just-- it doesn't solve anything. It just doesn't help.

Nick: I remember loving you then... and I sure as hell love you right now.

Sharon: Okay, I told you to stop talking about this, and if you don't, then I'm gonna stop talking to you the rest of the time we're in here.

Nick: Oh, that's a big threat. I mean, we've got, like, a few more minutes in here before somebody finally figures out how to open up that door. So what are you gonna do if you're not gonna talk to me? You're just gonna sit there and listen to me go on and on and on, so...

Sharon: We've already been all through the breakup.

Nick: Go over it again.

Sharon: No.

Nick: Yes.

Sharon: Get someone else to do it.

Nick: I want you to do it.

Sharon: Well, I told you, and you even said that you remembered some of it. It was really hard for both of us after Cassie died. And you... I don't know how else to say it, except you shut down... and I just felt like I was living with a different person. Um, you just-- you didn't want to deal with me.

Nick: I was an idiot.

Sharon: That was when... everything with Phyllis started.

Nick: So all by myself, I broke up our marriage.

Nick: (Sighs) I wish I could, uh... repair the damage... make it up to you.

Nick: I wish we could go back in time.

Sharon: You know, we take so much for granted. Until we don't have it to take for granted anymore. And we have so much more insight after we've lost everything and it's too late.

Nick: Everything would've been so different if only...

Sharon: The list of "If onlys" can be very long.

Nick: If only you had said yes when I asked you for another chance. If only I hadn't... been unfaithful in the first place. We'd still be waking up in the morning, laughing, having coffee...

Sharon: Rolling around in bed under the covers at 2:00 in the morning. You know, you are not a gentleman after you fall asleep at night. You steal the covers.

Nick: I know. I-I could get you a cashmere blanket that says "For Sharon only" stamped on it.

Jack: I don't want to stop making progress. I just don't want to put any more into this till Nikki comes up with the money.

Nikki: Trust me, Jack will come around. He wants his precious casinos up and running just as much as we want to finish the project.

Jack: Nikki is a realist. She is not going to publicly commit to picking up the tab until she can see who else is gonna step in.

Nikki: He's feeling the pressure just like we are, but he will wait until the very last second. He will wait until the deadline if he thinks it'll get him somewhere. All right, thanks. Bye. I knew going into business with Victor would be tough. What on earth am I doing getting involved with Jack?

Jack: No, I'm not worried. I can always build my casinos somewhere else if I have to, on top of less controversial soil.

Devon: Yeah. Yeah, don't even worry about it, Man. That's fine. All right, I'll talk to you later. Bye. So Jesus is, uh--

Lily: Which one is Jesus?

Devon: He's the rugby player.

Lily: Oh, with the cute butt?

Devon: Do you--do you think I care about your opinion of my friends' butts? 'Cause I really don't.

Lily: Jealous.

Devon: You want me to do this for you?

Lily: Yes, yes, go, go.

Devon: All right, he has a new steady.

Lily: Mm, lousy timing.

Devon: Yeah. And, uh, and Tim, the one who's studying Arabic, he just took a job in Chicago. And Vince, the one with the ugly dog?

Lily: Oh, please, please! I love that boxer. He's so cute.

Devon: Mm-hmm. His phone service just got cut off, unfortunately.

Lily: Ugh. Devon, you're bringing me bad luck.

Devon: Yeah, maybe so, 'cause you know your favorite grad student?

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Devon: Well, he's gay.

Lily: So?

Devon: You want to date a gay guy, or...

Lily: (Chuckles) no, I mean, so what? They're not your only friends.

Devon: Yeah. You know, I really need to get to work.

Lily: Fine, where you will keep your eyes open, because you promised to find me a date.

Devon: Wrong, I did not promise. I said I would work on it.

Lily: (Grunts)

Devon: Okay?

Lily: You're mean. Bye.

Devon: Bye.

Man: Hey, next time turn on your cell phone or she might catch on.

(Raps on chair)

Devon: (Whispers) thank you.

Cane: I don't know, Katherine. It seemed like a good idea to get everyone in the same room, but... thank you. Now I'm not sure if maybe it was a mistake.

Kay: Because?

Cane: Whew, you could cut the animosity with a knife.

Kay: (Chuckles) was Victor there?

Cane: No.

Kay: Well, then you were spared some animosity.

Cane: Uh, Neil Winters was there representing Newman Enterprises. But I just don't get a sense that either him or anyone else have any intention of coming up with the money before I pull the plug.

Kay: Mm. Do you think they're playing a game of chicken here, waiting for the first one to pull off the road?

Cane: That's exactly what it is.

Kay: Well, uh, let's wait for them to call each other's bluff-- as long as you're prepared, should they try to call yours.

Cane: I'm not bluffing.

Kay: That's what I wanted to hear.

Michael: Look, its cut or dry. Either Victor does or doesn't lend the money to take care of--

Neil: Good to see you.

Michael: The methane.

Neil: Yeah, right.

Michael: Look, if he doesn't, and Nikki can't find another lender, construction stops, she defaults, he winds up with--look at me. He winds up with a bunch of properties that he can't build on.

Neil: Excellent summation, Counselor.

Michael: So what is the holdup?

Neil: Couldn't say.

Michael: I mean, does he mean to tick off his wife by keeping her waiting?

Neil: I couldn't say.

Michael: Couldn't because you don't know, or because you wouldn't say if you did?

Neil: Couldn't say.

Michael: Oh, I hate you. Thank you.

Devon: Hey, Colleen? Yeah, I, uh, I need your help on something, but you can't tell lily about it. Well, then forget it. All right, thank you. I just need some advice. I need some advice about, like, lily's favorite restaurants, favorite places to hang out and stuff like that. No, what I'm doing, I'm putting together, like, her favorite-- you know, all her favorite stuff to get her, like, a perfect night out, you know? No, it's not a date. It's more like something to get her mind off of dating. No, Colleen, you can't come with us. It's just for me and Lily, all right? Now what the hell are you doing still hangin' around here? No, not you. I'm sorry. I was--my workplace environment just got polluted. Can I call you back? Bye. You must have no pride at all, huh?

Daniel: Why, 'cause I don't care what you think? Get over yourself, Man. I work here, and if that's gonna be a problem for you, you're gonna have to learn to deal.

Devon: Hey, forget about me.

Daniel: Will do.

Devon: Everybody else in this building knows about you-- all the slimy stuff and how you treated Lily and the charges you're facing.

Daniel: Again, that matters to you, obviously, not to me. I don't work for everyone in this building, so from now on when we have to, you know, be around each other, you know, a simple, "Good morning, Daniel, good-bye, Daniel," even one of your pretty smiles will do.

Devon: Good-bye, Daniel.

Sharon: I'm not gonna pretend that kissing you wasn't wonderful. It was. Not physically...

Nick: Were we in on the same kiss?

Sharon: I meant, not just physically. When I hug you like this, I'm so comfortable, I just want to be here forever. Touching you brings back so many memories. But it's... it's a limited view.

Nick: It's a pretty good view from my perspective.

Sharon: That's my point. "All good"... you know, that's not how things were, exactly.

Nick: You know, I don't like the direction this conversation is taking.

Sharon: Come on, Nick, you know that... you know that things weren't all perfect with us.

Nick: Are they for anybody?

Sharon: I guess not. I don't know. I'm just saying that it's not good for us to only think about the good things, because then we get nostalgic for something that isn't really true.

Nick: Don't remind me of what a jerk I was, okay? I do that enough myself.

Sharon: I wasn't going to.

Nick: Okay, thanks. Here. I want you to lie down with me...

Sharon: No.

Nick: The way you used to.

Sharon: No. I can't, Nick. I can't.

Nick: We're not gonna do anything, Sharon. Pretty soon they're gonna open that door. We may never have this opportunity again... nobody's looking at us or judging us... and no one will ever know. All we did was lie down together. So come on.

Sharon: When they open that door, they're gonna see us.

Nick: When they open that door, there's gonna be enough noise. We'll have time to react.

Nick: Come on.

Cane: Thank you.

Kay: So do you have a prediction?

Cane: Uh, Mr. Newman will make Mrs. Newman suffer for as long as possible.

Kay: Why?

Cane: I hear he likes to do that after their marriage went south.

Kay: I'm surprised that you listen to rumors.

Cane: Only ones that pertain to my business.

Kay: That's the correct answer. I hope it's a true answer. So what happens after Victor makes Nikki, as you say, suffer?

Cane: I think he'll eventually come around. I mean, after all, he provided the money that funded the project, didn't he?

Kay: That's a very solid prediction.

Cane: Thank you.

Kay: Too bad Victor is not predictable.

Cane: (Chuckles) you set me up for that one, didn't you?

Kay: (Chuckles)

Victor: The methane is a problem, and we will deal with that, all right?

Man: All right.

Victor: Good morning.

Nikki: Uh, afternoon, I believe. Yes, it's afternoon.

Victor: Time flies, doesn't it?

Neil: Yes, it does.

Nikki: So--

Victor: Now that you're here, take as much time as you need.

Nikki: Thank you. Have you had time to read my proposal?

Victor: Talking about your request for money?

Nikki: For an additional loan.

Victor: I didn't see a reason to read it, because adding to that loan seems to me like throwing good money after bad. Nothing personal, you understand.

Victoria: Dad, three different environmental studies have concluded that the methane can be neutralized.

Victor: When you have removed the methane or burned it off or whatever you do with it, you can reapply. This corporation is not in the business of funding removal of hazardous material.

Nikki: This is not about removal of hazardous material. It's a routine abatement, Victor.

Victor: We will not fund whatever you call it, all right? May I have that, please?

Neil: Certainly.

Nikki: Did your corporation just give me the loan for the sheer pleasure of calling it in?

Victor: I had no idea that would happen, all right?

Victoria: Oh, Boy.

Nikki: How dare you show your daughter such unprofessionalism? You keep me waiting the way that you did.

Victor: Let me see these, okay?

Nikki: You already made up your mind without a courtesy review. Darling, this is not the way decent people do business, and I certainly hope you don't take after your father.

Victor: So what is next on the agenda?

(Door slams)

Victoria: Dad, what you did just now wasn't right.

Victor: What your mother did wasn't right. Enough. What's next on the agenda?

Neil: This is...

Victor: Are we still dealing with that issue?

Jack: Hey, Sharon, it's me. Just calling to see how the location scout is going, that and trying to think of anything except this mess we have in Clear Springs. Anyway, give me a call. I'd love to hear your voice. Love to hear that you're having some luck finding what you want.

Nick: (Chuckles) I was dreaming... about us. We were back together. No, no, we weren't back together, because we never separated. We were just... we were just together. Everything was great... like it is right now.

Sharon: (Whispers) just go back to sleep.

Nick: If that dream comes with it, then put me out. (Door opens)

Nick: (Grunts)

Man: Are you guys okay?

Sharon: Yeah.

Nick: Yeah.

Sharon: Yeah, yeah.

Nick: We're okay.

Man: Hot in here.

Sharon: Yes, very.

Nick: Really hot in here.

Man: Really sorry about that.

Nick: It's okay. Things happen.

Sharon: Yeah, no harm done, at least, not physically.

Man: Here's some water.

Sharon: Thank you.

Nick: Thank you. So you okay?

Sharon: Yeah.

Nick: Okay okay?

Sharon: Yeah. Um, I even think I still want to do the shoot here. As long you... (Makes squeaky noise) fix the door.

Man: Yeah. Already working on that.

Sharon: Yeah. Well, um... back to the real world.

Nick: Yes.

Michael: Believe me, if you're happy, I'm happy. But forcing N.V.P. to default doesn't make sense to me on any level.

Neil: Newman Enterprises isn't forcing a default, Michael.

Victor: In fact, you could say that as the lender of record, we would be the victims if my wife's company defaults.

Michael: Well, it's a stretch to imagine you a victim. Even so, do you want to write off that first loan when you could protect it by funding the methane abatement?

Neil: Well, now that cost is conjecture.

Michael: I saw the studies. They're solid.

Victor: The studies did not indicate that there weren't other contaminants.

Michael: All right, devil's advocate here. Are you denying this loan for personal reasons?

Victor: My wife's company is requesting the loan. She is not. So how could that be personal?

Michael: I suppose a rhetorical question deserves a rhetorical answer.

Victor: Right.

Michael: All right. Well, due diligence requires that I make sure you understand contracts before you sign or reject them, and since you clearly understand the effects of turning down this loan application, I'm out of here.

Victor: You have a nice day, Michael.

Michael: You, too.

Victor: All right.

Michael: Neil.

Neil: Michael.

Victor: There's really no upside to doing business with family, is there? You loan them money, you're accused of doing it for personal reasons. You don't loan 'em, you're accused of doing that for personal reasons.

Neil: Oh, Victor, besides, if you loan it, they always ask for more, and if you don't, you're the bad guy.

Victor: Right... and I don't mind being the villain. Now let me ask you about this number here.

Nikki: Now look, I am not the villain here.

Jack: That makes two of us that aren't.

Nikki: Well, I'm not so sure about that. At least in public, you show no willingness to compromise-- more accurately, to pay your fair share. Now we have been over this. You're a landowner just like I am.

Jack: I own a mere fraction of the land you own out there.

Nikki: All right, well, then name your fraction for the cleanup money, and we will start from there.

Jack: If we start there, I--it's a gift, Nikki. My ownership is irrelevant. I can take my casinos and drop them just about anywhere I want.

Nikki: Really? So what are you saying? Are you gonna pull out?

Jack: Not if you give me incentive to stay.

Nikki: Get out. I'm sick of your posturing. Don't waste my time. Go.

Jack: My, who's posturing now?

(Door slams)

Devon: Hey, hey.

Neil: Hey.

Devon: How's it going?

Neil: What's going on between you and Lily?

Devon: What do you mean?

Neil: What do you mean, what do I mean? She called me upset, saying you won't help her find a date.

Devon: She really said that? I've been working on it all morning for her.

Neil: Yes? Why does Lily claim otherwise?

Devon: I don't know why she claims otherwise. Maybe 'cause nothing's worked out yet.

Neil: All right. You two didn't have a fight, did you?

Devon: No, we didn't have a fight. Quit being on the attack and thinkin' I'm wrong. I'm doing the best I can for her.

Neil: Good, that's good. That's what I want to hear. I don't want you fightin' with her.

Devon: We didn't fight.

Neil: I said, that's good. This is a rough time for Lily. I want to make sure you're supportive of her in every way you can, all right? I gotta go.

Devon: All right.

Neil: Talk to you later. See you.

Jack: And no one from the crew called me?

Sharon: No. You know, they must have thought what we thought, and--and what the bank manager thought-- apparently what everyone thought--that the door was gonna be open any minute.

Jack: Wow. That had to be scary.

Nick: It wasn't really scary.

Sharon: Yeah, I mean, it might have been if it lasted longer.

Jack: Could you see?

Nick: Yeah, there was plenty of light.

Sharon: You know, they're gonna turn that old bank into a restaurant.

Nick: Yeah. Don't book the vault.

Jack: Yeah. (Chuckles) did you lose an earring?

Sharon: I did?

Nick: Oh, uh, I actually found your earring on the floor of the vault. Sorry.

Sharon: Oh, thanks. Yeah, I-I must have dropped it.

Nick: Yeah, I-I meant to give it back to you, I just forgot.

Sharon: Thanks. Yeah, I-I didn't even notice.

Jack: Wow. You get trapped in a vault, live to tell about it. You... you find a location. You lose and find an earring. That's a pretty busy morning. Anyway, I got a couple things I gotta finish up. I'll see you later.

Sharon: Okay.

Nick: See you.

Sharon: You think he noticed anything?

Nick: Noticed what?

Sharon: Nick, come on. I just felt like I was blushing the whole time, and--

Nick: You're too beautiful to notice anything.

Sharon: You're-- you are hopeless.

Nick: I simply stated a fact. You're beautiful.

Sharon: Tell that to your wife.

Michael: Who used to say, "It makes no never mind?"

Lauren: Some colorful person from your past? I don't know.

Michael: Well, it really doesn't make me no never mind if Victor wants his wife to default. That's his business. What bothers me is I don't understand the reasoning behind his decision.

Lauren: Are you already predicting the demise of this project?

Michael: Like dominoes falling. No new loan, no development. That's all I see. I'm sorry about all the work you put in on the project.

Lauren: Don't worry about it. I can always use the R&D for another project I got going. But, uh, I don't know. Recycle, reuse, right?

Michael: Mm.

Lauren: I'm just shocked and really disappointed that this is happening. Is this a domestic dispute?

Michael: Mm, both Victor and Neil deny it, but I was in the room when he turned his wife down, and believe you me, there's no love lost between that particular husband and wife.

Lauren: But Victor could change his mind. And Nikki could find a new lender.

Michael: And maybe Santa Claus will bring an end to global warming this year.

(Door closes)

Devon: Lily, hey.

Lily: What?

Devon: You'll never guess what I set up for you.

Lily: No, no, no. You won't believe. Me first.

Devon: No, no, no, no, no. Me first, let me go. Let me go. I scored tickets to a concert on Friday and dinner reservations at Marino's.

Lily: Cool.

Devon: Yeah!

Lily: But guess what? I have a date that night.

Devon: What?

Lily: Well, it's not hard to comprehend, but, um, I have a date!

Devon: (Chuckles)

Lily: (Laughs) So he's this really nice guy from my psych class. We've always been friends, but now we're going out. So hello, how great is that?

Devon: Yeah, um, I just don't think it's that good of a time to go out.

Lily: Why? What's wrong with Fridays?

Devon: No, I mean... being so soon after you end a marriage.

Lily: Well, there's no good time to get back into dating, but we're not going to a hotel or anything. We're just, you know, hanging out. So, um, how many tickets did you get?

Devon: Well, I just got two for, uh, for you and me.

Lily: Oh, well, um, can you get two more?

Devon: I don't know. Why?

Lily: 'Cause I know you guys will hit it off, and--

Devon: I'm not really interested in hitting it off with your date.

Lily: No, no, no. No, no, no. No, you will will like him, and what I meant to say that's even better is that his cousin is gonna be in town that weekend, so I said that you'd go out with her.

Devon: What, you set me up on a date?

Lily: No, no, no. Devon, she's a really nice-- I met her once. And if you and I double, then I won't be self-conscious and my first, you know, postmarriage date...

Devon: Right.

Lily: Which is the one thing that you were worried about and now is not a problem.

Devon: I never suggested a double date, though.

Lily: Yeah, but you said no blind dating, and this isn't a blind date. And, you know, I won't be alone 'cause you'll be with me, and so it's perfect, okay? Oh, so can can you see if you can get extra tickets? 'Cause if you can't, we can just, you know, sell yours, and then all four of us can just go someplace together.

Devon: Okay.

Gloria: Why haven't you returned my calls?

Michael: He's fine.

Gloria: Who?

Michael: Eminem, the pope, whoever you're calling me about.

Gloria: My brother-in-law, Jeffrey.

Michael: He's fine.

Gloria: Really?

Michael: Yeah, really. His story checked out. His run-in with the authorities in Liberia was not the result of criminal activity on his part. He was being made some kind of example. Once he had served the government's purposes he was released.

Gloria: I guess that's a relief. Why didn't you tell me before?

Michael: You asked me to look into it all of three hours ago. You're welcome.

Gloria: Thank you, Michael, but I wish I'd know so I could relax while I was shopping.

Michael: Oh, I'm sorry I didn't put my life and my clients on hold, and what do you mean, you didn't relax? You're always relaxed when you shop.

Gloria: Not when I can't buy something.

Michael: I'm not gonna even ask how that is because I'm afraid to be polluted by your logic.

Gloria: All right, I'll tell you.

Michael: Mmm.

Gloria: I didn't buy anything because I don't want Jeffrey to think I'm going through William's money. You got it?

Michael: And its okay he thinks that now?

Gloria: Well, as long as you say he's not a criminal, I guess.

Michael: I said his story about jail in Liberia checks out.

Gloria: So you didn't do a full background check?

Michael: Go away.

Gloria: Michael... (Cell phone ringing)

Michael: Hello, Michael. When?

Nick: You got a minute?

Sharon: No.

Nick: Hey, I'm not a predator. I just happen to be a really great kisser. I'm kidding. Kind of. I'm kidding.

Sharon: Oh, are you?

Nick: I just... wanted to tell you that, uh... I love you.

Sharon: You're out of your mind, you know?

Nick: Okay, wait, look, can I finish?

Sharon: No, not if you're going to talk like this. I'm not interested in having this conversation or any conversation like this--

Nick: Okay, okay, hey... let me finish. I love you. But that's my problem and I know it. In another life, and if we had, like, uh... a do-over or an alternate universe, whatever, we'd be together forever. Because that's the only thing that makes sense to me, Sharon.

Sharon: Nick... this isn't helping anything, saying this.

Nick: I know. But I won't stop loving you. Not ever. But that's my problem and I know it and I have to deal with it and live with it and... (cell phone ringing)

Nick: Just... yeah? When? Okay, thanks. The jury reached a verdict on Phyllis.

Sharon: Oh.

Nick: They're gonna announce it at 3:00.

Sharon: Wow. Uh, okay. You better get over there.

Nick: Yeah.

Sharon: She's gonna want you there with her.

Nick: Right.

Sharon: Good luck.

Nick: Thanks.

Nikki: Well, my history at your bank indicates otherwise. I have never defaulted on a loan and I'm not planning on doing it now. Well, could you at least give it 24 hours before you make that decision final? I would really appreciate it. Fine, all right, I'll call you tomorrow after you've had a while to remember what a good customer I am. All right, thank you. No, no and no.

Victoria: Well, at least you're doing better than I am. I'm still waiting to get through.

Nikki: Are you kidding?

Victoria: No, it's this new investment group called Greenloan. They finance high-scale restoration for large companies. And, um, they must be really new, because their phone systems aren't even set up yet.

Nikki: I'm gonna call Ennius at Trail Light Capital. He owes me a favor.

(Knock on door)

Woman: Excuse me, Mr. Ashby to see you.

Cane: Thank you.

Nikki: Hello.

Cane: Hello. I wanted to tell you this in person. Um... I've stopped construction at Clear Springs. I respect you both and I've enjoyed doing business, but I had no choice. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

(Knock on door)

Neil: Victor?

Victor: Yeah?

Neil: He shut down construction at the site.

Victor: Well, then he's as good as his word. That speaks for him.

Neil: So should we make plans for the useless land that Newman will inherit?

Victor: Useless land? Take a look at this.

Neil: What's this? Mineral rights?

Victor: I don't need to develop the damn place. I can drill. There's more than methane hiding under Clear Springs.

Neil: Michael didn't draw these up.

Victor: No, I went through a law firm in Chicago. I didn't want him to have conflict of interest.

Neil: To keep him from knowing about it.

Victor: That's one and the same, isn't it? He's married to a Fenmore daughter, and Fenmore department stores were going to anchor the place.

Neil: Well, well, congratulations. Here you go.

Victor: In other words, it would behoove us to get some bids from drilling companies. When my wife's-- when my wife's company defaults.

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

Lauren: What happens when the judge finds out that you knew that she took off?

Judge: Produce your client, or a doctor, or produce a lawyer of your own. You'll need one when I hold you in contempt.

Jana: Don't hurt me, please!

Kevin: Nurse! Nurse!

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