Y&R Transcript Tuesday 8/21/07

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 8/21/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 8/22/07 -- U.S.A.

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Phyllis: (Whispers) I got your toes. This toe. What's going on with this toe?

Nick: Hey.

Phyllis: Hey.

Nick: Hey. How's Summer?

Phyllis: She's good. Her fever broke.

Nick: Did you get any sleep?

Phyllis: Uh, not really. I rocked her all night.

Nick: You should've woke me. I would've... you know, kept you company.

Phyllis: It's okay. I like watching her sleep. (Whispers) what are you lookin' at?

Nick: Good morning, Bunny Rabbit. Hi. How's my little girl?

Phyllis: Listen, um... about last night...

Phyllis: Thank you.

Nick: For what, stepping on your toes?

Phyllis: Yeah, thanks for that, too.

Nick: No problem. We'll do it again real soon.

Phyllis: Okay.

Nick: So is there anything I can help you with today?

Phyllis: Um, yeah. I have a lot of stuff going on. I actually have a couple of appointments. I-I have to do some shopping, I have to go... to the doctor with Summer. And, um... I should go to work, because I have a lot of stuff on my desk that I need to--

Nick: Hey, you know what?

Phyllis: To work out.

Nick: Hey, why don't you, uh, you know, forget the small stuff? What's the number one priority?

Phyllis: Um, Summer and Daniel. I want to help Daniel with his problems.

Nick: Okay. We'll do it together.

Kevin: We only use shade grown coffee. I don't care how cheap it is. What is the point in making more money if there's no planet left to spend it on?

Daniel: Yeah, well, I did my part this morning. No shower.

Kevin: Well, I guess we have Amber to thank for using most of the hot water.

Daniel: Mm. Well, I gotta roll. I gotta finish this paper for Jack. It's due, like, yesterday, but I thought I had a little more time to work on it. Now the meeting got bumped up.

Kevin: Bummer.

Daniel: Yeah. No screwing around here. I gotta make sure this one thing in my life goes right.

Kevin: Yeah, me, too. I'm waiting for a phone call from Jana’s doctor.

Daniel: Good luck with that.

Kevin: Thanks.

Daniel: Later.

Kevin: See you. (Cell phone ringing)

Kevin: Hello?

Colleen: Hey, it's Colleen.

Kevin: What's up?

Colleen: Uh, checking in. Any word?

Kevin: No, I haven't heard from Jana’s doctor yet.

Colleen: How is she doing?

Kevin: She's scared out of her mind, which she may not have for very much longer.

Colleen: Did he say when he would call back?

Kevin: Are you at Adrian’s?

Colleen: Good morning. Uh, yeah.

Kevin: All right. We'll talk later. I'll let you know if I hear anything.

Colleen: Okay. Bye. Mm.

Colleen: Well, that's how I like to start my morning.

Adrian: Oh, yeah? You should've joined me in the shower.

Colleen: Yeah, I was just seeing how Kevin was doing.

Adrian: How about how I'm doing?

Colleen: I know exactly how you're doing.

Adrian: You sick of me already?

Colleen: No, Baby, I'm just worried.

Adrian: Kevin.

Colleen: He's in love with a woman who's facing life-threatening surgery.

Adrian: Yes, and let's not forget, tried to kill both of you.

Colleen: Yeah, I know, but it might be because of the tumor.

Adrian: Back off?

Colleen: Please?

Adrian: Okay.

Colleen: Thank you. I'd just feel terrible for Kevin if things didn't work out. You know?

Kevin: Hi. So have you scheduled Jana’s surgery? That's great. Great. When is it? Wait. Time-out. That's, uh, that's two weeks from now. B-but you said the sooner you operate, the better her chances are. She has a tumor growing on her brain. She's deteriorating. If that's not a priority, than what is? What? And that's the best you can do? No, no, this is Jana’s life we're talking about here. I want that surgery done now. It's gonna be done today!

Nikki: Okay, I see the information on the methane mitigation...

David: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: Retrofittings, where are the casino plans?

David: (Scoffs) I've asked Jack and Phyllis repeatedly to get them to me.

Nikki: (Scoffs) it's gonna be a gaudy, architectural mess.

David: How far can they go from the city codes?

Nikki: I wouldn't put anything past Senator Abbott. You know he will use that title to his advantage, including reversing the building codes.

David: I'll ask again.

Nikki: No. I'm gonna see him later anyway. What else?

David: I have two potential managers for N.V.P. Sonoma I'd like you to meet.

Nikki: Great. Set it up.

David: Excellent. Video conference?

Nikki: Perfect. Fast, productive-- my kind of meeting.

David: You know what would've made this meeting even better? Breakfast in bed.

Nikki: Oh, David. Working in bed is so difficult. Your memos get crumpled, you lose paperclips, you find 'em in your hair at 3:00 in the morning. It just... wouldn't be good.

David: I disagree. I think it would be very good.

Ji Min: I had a dream last night.

Jill: Oh? No wonder you were smiling.

Ji Min: You were awake?

Jill: All night long, racking my brains trying to come up with a way for us to make a really big splash with our new company.

Jill: You eyeing my crepes?

Ji Min: No.

Jill: (Laughs)

Ji Min: I was eyeing you.

Jill: I wasn't through with that. Don't you want to hear my great idea for our company?

Ji Min: Oh... Baby, I have no doubts that we will be successful.

Jill: Darlin', I don't wanna be just successful. I want to watch my mother choke on every poisonous word she's ever said about me.

Ji Min: (Chuckles)

Kay: I realize you must be swamped with Phyllis' trial.

Michael: Mm, yes. And the sentencing and the appeal, not to mention her son's legal troubles.

Kay: Well, perhaps I should've called another lawyer.

Michael: No. My favorite client? I would've been heartbroken.

Kay: (Chuckles) charmer. Not the favorite.

Michael: No, that honor belongs to an 11 year old who tried to sue the family puppy for alienation of affection.

Kay: (Laughs) precocious child.

Michael: Yeah. She reminds me of you.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Michael: So what can I do you?

Kay: I would like to amend the trust.

Michael: Uh-huh. Simple enough. What are you looking to change?

Kay: I want to disinherit my daughter.

Phyllis: (Clears throat) okay. That...

Nick: Are you sure you don't want me to come with you?

Phyllis: Well, now I want to stay.

Nick: How's that?

Phyllis: If you do that any longer, I'm gonna melt into a puddle.

Nick: Yeah, that takes talent.

Phyllis: And you got it. (Clears throat) um, do you know where the Clear Springs file is?

Nick: Table.

Phyllis: Okay. Yeah. I--I'll, uh... drop this off with Daniel and, um... that's what I'll do. One job down. Next--prison laundry.

Nick: Hey, you know, you're probably gonna get really good at ironing.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah. Definitely, definitely. And boiling sheets. It's not really great for my hands, but it'll be terrific for my skin.

Phyllis: (Strained voice) there are extra bottles in the refrigerator for Summer.

Nick: Did you just hear that?

Phyllis: What?

Nick: I think Summer just said very clearly... that she wanted to go into the office today.

Phyllis: (Normal voice) it's your day off.

Nick: Yeah, I know. I took it off to be with you. So if you're not gonna be here, I might as well go in and, uh... work on that, uh... software deal.

Phyllis: That deal is done.

Nick: Right. It is done. Then the Takahashi acquisition could use my attention.

Phyllis: (Laughing) there's no Takahashi deal.

Nick: Yeah, you're right. I-I made that up.

Phyllis: Not only are you a horrible dancer, but you're a horrible liar.

Nick: I resent that 'cause last night, you seemed to like it.

Phyllis: (Laughs) yeah, I did.

Nick: Well, maybe... maybe I just wanna be around you, you know? In case you need me. You got a problem with that?

Phyllis: No, I don't have a problem with that.

Jack: Hey, how's it coming?

Daniel: Uh, I think you're gonna have this in time for the meeting.

Jack: Okay, good. Sorry this thing got moved up.

Daniel: Hey, it's cool. That's life.

Jack: I'll leave you to your work.

Daniel: No, no, no. Come on. No. No. Come on. Don't do this to me right now.

Kevin: Daniel?

Daniel: Kevin, Kevin, it's me.

Kevin: Look, I'm on the other line. I have to call you back.

Daniel: Kevin!

Nikki: Yes to the new print ad, and sadly, no to the psychic nutritionist.

David: (Laughs) I thought it was interesting.

Nikki: Hey, as tempted as I am, I just don't think it'll appeal to our client base. Anything else?

David: No. That concludes the business portion of our meeting. Now let's get down to the personal.

Nikki: You are so tenacious.

David: And I don't think the feelings are one-sided.

Nikki: Well... um... gosh, I have a meeting at the office, so, uh... I'll talk to you later.

David: All right.

Jill: Perfume on the Glo was a huge success for Jabot. If we top them, we're gonna make a major impact in the marketplace and on their bottom line.

Ji Min: Jill... a new company doesn't stand a chance going up against an established power like Jabot.

Jill: You've gotta take risks to reap the rewards.

Ji Min: You see, now you are speaking out of emotion and not sound business principles.

Jill: No, I'm not, because my reputation and my track record are gonna follow us. I promise you, we're gonna get the results that we want.

Ji Min: And anger your mother even further.

Jill: Yeah, well, she should've thought of that when she fired you. Anyway, why do you care?

Ji Min: You remember that... tumultuous relationship I told you about with my father?

Jill: Okay, Katherine and I have that pattern, yeah.

Ji Min: (Sighs) I wish things were better.

Jill: Well, I don’t.

Ji Min: There's no chance you two can have a better relationship?

Jill: Not a chance in hell, because she will never, never change.

Michael: Jill's portion will be divided amongst the charities on this list. Simple.

Kay: Well, uh, Cassie’s Challenge will get the larger amount.

Michael: Right, and the rest will be divided between your son and the grandchildren.

Kay: Yes, I think they can handle the money wisely.

Michael: They will or they won’t. It's hard to say.

Kay: I'm sensing you have an opinion.

Michael: As your lawyer, I'm paid to do as you say.

Kay: As my friend?

Michael: I question your motives.

Kay: I just want to see my daughter happy.

Michael: She seems happy with Ji Min.

Kay: Oh, Michael, come on, with that charlatan? You know what? I've never really cared what happened to my money after I died, but I swear, I will not allow that con man to see one red cent of it.

Michael: You could make other provisions.

Kay: You have no idea how I felt after I found out that Jill was my daughter. I have made so many mistakes in my time. And I have no intention of making another by letting Ji Min ruin my daughter's life. Now if I threaten to cut her out of the will, possibly she will understand how seriously I am taking all of this.

Michael: Well, if I were Jill, I might think my mother was trying to control my life.

Kay: I am trying to help her.

Michael: I doubt she'll see it that way.

Kay: I'll bet you anything in the world that Ji Min does not marry her once he finds out about the will. No. And this is for Jill’s own good.

Michael: For the sake of your relationship, let her figure that out on her own.

Kay: You think I'm interfering? (Chuckles) oh, wait until your son grows up.

Michael: (Chuckles) are you like me?

Colleen: Baby, I agree with your editor. Your book is awesome.

Adrian: I'm sorry. (Clears throat) I must be hearing things due to lack of nourishment, but did she actually use the word "Awesome"?

Colleen: Uh-huh. And she used "Brilliant." And she's in love with you.

Adrian: Oh.

Colleen: Yeah.

Adrian: You better watch out, because after I add all that intrigue about your father...

Colleen: Then I'm history?

Adrian: Mm-hmm.

Colleen: Mm-hmm.

Adrian: Oh. Should I warn him that I'm writing about his identity?

Colleen: Well, he won't give you his permission.

Adrian: I'm not asking for it. It's just... courtesy to alert him.

Colleen: No. It's a bad idea. He would stop your book from being published faster than he stopped the museum from hiring you.

Adrian: Yeah. Well, he's not gonna be happy when he finds out you told me everything.

Colleen: Yeah, but by then, you'd be a best-selling author, right? And there's nothing he can do to stop that. Look... I'm done with my father interfering with my life.

Michael: All right. I'll do what you want. After all, you do write the checks. I doubt it will change Jill’s behavior. She's as obstinate as you are.

Kay: Mm. Runs in the genes. We've had, uh, knock-down, drag-out arguments.

Michael: Out of curiosity, who usually wins those?

Kay: Neither. But we, um, fight it to the bitter end.

Michael: You wear that like a badge of honor. You could lose her over this. Is it worth it?

Kay: Maybe not.

Kay: Amend the trust.

Michael: You're the boss. (Cell phone ringing)

Michael: Oh. Michael.

Kevin: Hi. Can you meet me at the coffeehouse right away?

Michael: I'm in the middle of something.

Kevin: Michael, it's important.

Michael: I can't leave yet.

Kay: We're finished. Go ahead, go ahead.

Kevin: Please? It's a matter of life and death.

Michael: I'm on my way. All right, I'll have these documents ready for your signature in a few days.

Kay: I want it today.

Michael: Okay.

Jack: What's your take on Landaverde Construction?

Nikki: They're not the lowest bid.

Jack: No, but they're probably the most reliable. (Door opens)

Daniel: I am so sorry I'm late.

Jack: Daniel has worked on a study for the, uh, specs on the casino.

Nikki: Which your office has not been willing to turn over.

Jack: You will get everything you need today, Nikki.

Daniel: Yeah, um, about that report, look, there's kind of a glitch. It's more than a glitch. My whole computer crashed.

Jack: You lost all the work you did?

Daniel: I don't think so. I'm working on recovering it, and I called I.T. to see if there was anything that they could do.

Nikki: The point of this meeting was to go over that information.

Jack: This kind of thing does happen.

Nikki: Does it now?

Daniel: Only when you have a deadline, of course.

Nikki: Well, Jack, I gotta hand it to you. First you hire Phyllis, who is unavailable because of her court case, and now you hire this... person, who's either lying or inept.

Jack: This is not the end of the world.

Nikki: You have shown terrible judgment, hiring this criminal act.

Phyllis: Oh, wait a second. Wait a second. Leave my son alone. If you have a problem with me, you talk to me, 'cause obviously you do.

Nikki: Well, fortunately for me, I don't have to worry about you too much longer, do I?

Nick: I apologize for my mother.

Phyllis: Thank you. Are you sure you're related to her? Because you're too nice.

Daniel: Ah! Ah! Fixed it. Good as new. All right.

Jack: Good. Make sure you don't show it to Nikki.  

Daniel: Hey, you think Nikki's got steam coming out of her ears?

Phyllis: I'd love to see that.

Jack: I think the way your mother just went after her, there's a distinct possibility. Listen, don't worry about this glitch. You'll fix this. You're a good man.

Daniel: Thanks. Hey, you know, what's your upcoming schedule look like? I could really use a character witness.

Phyllis: Thanks for being so supportive.

Jack: Anything I can do to help.

Daniel: How about 50 bucks? Payday's kinda far off, you know?

Jack: Nice try, Sport.

Daniel: Hey, I thought that you weren't coming to work today.

Phyllis: I wasn’t. You know, I just needed to work some things out here. And... I'm here to see you, my son, have lunch.

Daniel: I-I can’t.

Phyllis: You can't? (Laughs) really? Are you kidding? (Chuckles) it might be the last lunch we're gonna have for a while.

Daniel: I've gotta finish working on this report that Jack needs.

Jack: No, Jack needs for you to have some lunch with your mother. Now get outta here.

Daniel: Are you sure?

Jack: Yes, I'm sure. Take the rest of the day off. Get outta here. And enjoy yourself. I haven't seen steam coming out of Nikki's ears. I don't want to miss that.

Nikki: Jack did this on purpose. I-I didn't mean to take it out on Daniel.

Nick: You just couldn't help yourself. You had to attack him, and my wife.

Nikki: Jack goaded me into it.

Nick: Then, Mother, goad him back, get upset at him.

Nikki: It's impossible to do business with him.

Nick: Well, you should've thought about that before you started this project.

Nikki: Honey, I'm fine. I'm perfectly capable of making a difficult decision.

Kay: I've just finished a meeting with Michael.

Jill: Great. Good for you.

Kay: Well, it affects your future.

Jill: Isn't that funny? Ji Min and I were just talking about our future. We've decided to make a statement in the marketplace and go head-to-head with Jabot.

Kay: (Laughs) oh, I'm sorry. It's just the first good laugh I've had today.

Jill: Go ahead, laugh. But do not underestimate us. We will be successful.

Kay: Oh, I don't doubt that. You may find a lucrative niche market. But just remember, Jabot is and always will be the grande dame of quality cosmetics.

Jill: Yeah? Well, we're taking the grande dame down a few pegs.

Ji Min: (Sighs) our first release will be a product in the style of Perfume on the Glo.

Kay: On the Glo? Well, then you just "Glo" right ahead, and I'll have to slap you with a copyright infringement.

Ji Min: Hold on, Katherine. You don't have any grounds for that. We'll be selling solid fragrances to the youth market, something you attach to a P.D.A. or a media player.

Kay: Don't you understand, going into business with-- with a liar is like asking a weasel into the henhouse, for God sakes?

Ji Min: That's a clever analogy.

Jill: Doesn't attacking my fiancé ever get old with you?

Kay: I am trying to protect you.

Jill: Well, I'll pass on that.

Kay: All right. If you don't believe me, talk to Jack. He knows the truth.

Ji Min: This is ridiculous.

Jill: I agree. And I'm leaving. I have a meeting with the manufacturer.

Michael: Yeah, well, I need the documents drawn up right away. Call me when you're done. Yes. Thanks. Bye. What is it now?

Kevin: It's Jana.

Michael: Of course.

Kevin: Michael, she needs to have this surgery immediately, and the hospital is making her wait two weeks.

Michael: Well, uh, obviously the doctors don't think it's as urgent as you do. I'm sure they're not being negligent.

Kevin: Michael, this is an emergency. Surely you have some lawyer trick up your sleeve to get her in there quicker.

Michael: You know what, Kevin? I'm not a miracle worker.

Kevin: Oh, please, Michael, if you know anything, anything that can help, you've gotta do it.

Kevin: Imagine this were to happen to Lauren or to me. You would find a way to help.

Michael: All right, all right, all right. I may be able to.

Kevin: Fine.

Michael: But I'm not promising anything.

Kevin: Fine, fine. That's better than nothing.

Michael: Every prisoner in state custody is due medical care. Now if Jana were to die--

Kevin: That's not gonna happen.

Michael: If there are complications, and Jana should die--

Kevin: Michael!

Michael: It's a reality.

Kevin: Well, it wouldn't have to be if they would just give her the operation.

Michael: Let me finish. I would file a malpractice suit.

Kevin: That is not gonna help her now.

Michael: If anything happens to Jana in the two weeks before this surgery, the hospital will face a lawsuit. I don't think they want to risk that.

Colleen: So I'm gonna run a few errands, and then I'm gonna check on Kevin, okay?

Adrian: All right. Well, say hello for me.

Colleen: I will. What are you gonna do?

Adrian: I will be in rewrite hell.

Colleen: Well, call me later.

Adrian: I will. (Telephone ringing)

Colleen: Get that. I'll see you later.

Adrian: Bye. [Phone rings]Hello.

Jana: Hi, it's Jana.

Adrian: Ah, you just missed Colleen. She just walked out.

Jana: Um, no. I phoned for you, actually. I was hoping that you'd come to the hospital and visit me.

Kevin: Hi, Phyllis. Nice to see you.

Phyllis: Yeah, out on bail.

Kevin: Yeah, that makes three of us. What was with that call earlier?

Daniel: Uh, nothing. It's all taken care of 'cause I'm a genius.

Kevin: Right. And I'm a good singer.

Phyllis: All right. So--oh-- where do you want to go?

Daniel: Mexico.

Phyllis: Oh. Extradition treaty. Second choice?

Daniel: How about a movie?

Phyllis: Uh, no weepies. My tear ducts hurt.

Daniel: I was thinking more along the lines of something with cars that transform.

Phyllis: Ooh. I'm so in.

Daniel: Okay. Uh-huh.

Phyllis: Well, it's really nice of Jack to give us this time together.

Daniel: Yeah. It sucks that I messed up his project, though.

Phyllis: Don't worry about it. You fixed it.

Daniel: Still feel like a loser. You know, Jack's like the one guy that I don't want to let down. Aside from you of course. There's you, too.

Phyllis: Being the second guy you don't want to let down.

Daniel: (Laughs) no.

Phyllis: You will. I guarantee it. You will.

Daniel: Is this what you call supportive parenting?

Phyllis: Listen... people screw up. That's how it is. We all screw up. You're gonna let people down. No one's perfect. Although I know some people who think they are.

Nikki: Well, here's a bright, new idea-- why don't you have the whirlpool fixed? Yes, and give all of the guests a free N.V.P. robe with our apologies. Why--why do I have to tell you this? You know anybody who can manage a spa?

Nick: Yeah. My wife.

Nikki: I think the government has other plans for her.

Nick: You didn't hear a word I said earlier, did you?

Nikki: You know, for someone who has no recollection of their wife, you certainly know how to stand up for her. Your father, on the other hand, knows me very well, and he can't even do that.

Nick: (Sighs) are you and Dad getting a divorce?

Nikki: We have not discussed that. I just cannot live with him.

Nick: So what's with you and this David guy?

Nikki: I'll get back to you on that.

Kay: I'm hoping we shall come to some sort of an agreement.

Ji Min: Another bribe?

Kay: A theory. Its obvious Jill is still furious with me about what happened to her son so many years ago.

Ji Min: And?

Kay: She's using you. She's trying to get even with me.

Ji Min: And what if you're wrong?

Kay: Oh, I highly doubt that. Six months, and she will be done with you.

Ji Min: So you think I'm using your daughter.

Kay: Oh, you're using her, and she's using you.

Ji Min: Katherine, you don't know anything about our relationship.

Kay: She wants to go head-to-head with my company. Now you know and I know that is not at all smart. She is simply trying to get revenge.

Ji Min: Well, convince yourself of what you want. Jill and I are getting married.

Kay: Oh, please, please, please. The two of you have absolutely nothing in common. Sex? Well, yes, maybe. But that's not going to last very long, and if that's all there is... tell me something. Have you honestly asked yourself why Jill is with you?

Jill: I have no doubt about the quality. It's just pricewise I'm not sure. What do you think?

Ji Min: Well, we've got time. Why don't we check the other manufacturers? We want to get it right.

Jill: Yeah, well, I want it right now.

Ji Min: Are we talking about the same thing?

Jill: I was just, um, thinking about what Katherine said. I... that woman drives me crazy.

Ji Min: I know. I understand why.

Jill: Listen... humor me. Tell me again that you had nothing to do with covering up for Jack. Swear to me.

Ji Min: I had no idea that Jack was forbidden to own Jabot. I was not aware of any agreement between him and your mother.

Jill: That's what I wanted to hear.

Jack: Uh, David. May I have a word?

David: Sure.

Jack: I understand you've been harassing my architect.

David: (Laughs) if by that you mean stopping by to pick up the casino renderings, yes, I am guilty. Kudos on the design, by the way.

Jack: What, did you think I'd go all Vegas on you?

David: Mm, it was a thought.

Jack: Much as I enjoy sparring with you and Nikki in the Newman hallways, I think it serves all of us to be consistent in our design ideas.

David: I agree. Common sense should prevail. The spirit of cooperation benefits everyone.

Jack: Gee, that sounds so nice. I wish I could believe it. But I know you. You'll do or say anything.

David: Not true, Jack. Where this is concerned, I have one priority and one priority only-- get Clear Springs up and running for Nikki.

Nick: Yeah, there's an extra one in the, uh, diaper bag. No, on the side. No, the other side, with the velcro flap. Okay. There you go. No problem. Bye. The one great thing that came out of all of this is my little girl.

Nikki: Yes, I haven't seen much of Summer lately.

Nick: She's in the daycare.

Nikki: Daycare. Poor child.

Nick: (Chuckles) all right, Mom, be straight with me-- and I'm serious-- what's--what's the story with you and David?

Nikki: (Sighs) not that it's really any of your business, but until now, it has been strictly business.

Nick: Oh, except for the... time when the whole world saw you guys making out?

Nikki: Okay, okay. He's pursuing me, all right?

Nick: Do you think your interest in him is because of the way you feel about Dad right now?

Nikki: (Sighs) Nicholas... your father smothers me. Okay? He comes in and takes over and wants to control everything. David's not like that. He--he treats me as an equal. He respects me. Your father just takes me for granted.

Nick: So you looked elsewhere. I get that. I mean, look what I did with Sharon and Phyllis.

Nikki: Yeah, well, after all the years I've been married, I would hope that I'm not just a cliché.

Nick: They're clichés because they're true.

Phyllis: Don't say yes when you want to say no. Don't say no just because you're frightened. Leave yourself open for anything. Get your prostate checked.

Daniel: Wow. Wow. You--you're on a roll.

Phyllis: I have been a horrible, horrible mother to you. I want to make it up to you.

Daniel: You already have.

Phyllis: Just humor me. Okay? Humor me. I could be gone for a very long time.

Daniel: W-well, okay, so could I. But at least, I guess, I could say that I was married when I get outta there and I'm 85 years old.

Phyllis: I don't want you to joke about that. Michael is very optimistic.

Daniel: Well, he didn't say that. Are you picking up a vibe?

Phyllis: Yeah, yeah. Mother's intuition, that's my vibe, all right? Things are not that cruel. You're gonna come out stronger than you have ever been.

Daniel: Unincarcerated would be my first choice.

Phyllis: All right, listen, also pay cash instead of credit. Don't rack up your credit cards, all right? Good credit is very, very important in the future.

Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, I promise you, I am writing this all down in my head.

Phyllis: And put 10% of every paycheck in the bank. You'll thank me later.

Daniel: Okay, you know what? We should go. It's movie time.

Phyllis: Most importantly, don't let anybody tell you you can't do something. You can... be or do anything you want.

Daniel: I promise you, I got it. Now come on. Let's go see some robots. Come on.

Phyllis: (Clears throat) also if I'm not there for you--

Daniel: Yeah, I got it. If you're not there, I'll call Jack. Let's go. Robots!

Phyllis: So when you start dating again...

Daniel: Oh, Mom.

Phyllis: Because you will start dating again...

(Doorbell ringing)

Jack: When do we vote on that? Okay, have 'em send it to my office in Madison. All right? Yeah. Let me call you back.

Nick: I can't believe you saw that without me.

Daniel: Yeah, the special effects are incredible.

Phyllis: We'll see it again. Definitely. We'll take Noah.

Daniel: She's not letting us out of her sight until the hearing.

Phyllis: Absolutely not. (Laughs) definitely not. Hey, who's that? That's your big brother.

Daniel: Who is this? Who is this, huh? Hey, hey, you want to play a little game, huh? (Baby talk voice) where'd I go, huh? Where's the big brother? Here I am.

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Daniel: Hey, hey, here I-- (normal voice) is that not gonna work? What about this one, huh? (Baby talk voice) where's Daddy? Where's Daddy? Here he is!

David: Okay? All right. Thanks.

Nikki: Hi.

David: Hey. Now I couldn't get the plans, but I do have the casino renderings, and I think you will be very happy.

Nikki: Oh, I'll look at it later.

David: What's going on?

Nikki: Nothing. But I have been thinking a lot. How supportive you've been through all this, the campaign, Clear Springs... I just want you to know I really appreciate it.

David: Sounds like a good time to ask for a raise.

Nikki: (Laughs) well, I do want to thank you. How about we go to dinner?

David: We have a date.

Jana: You came.

Adrian: Yes, you-- you called me to come see you. Remember?

Jana: Yeah, I-I remember. My head is clear today. But who knows how many more of these I'll have?

Adrian: I can't imagine what you're going through.

Jana: You've heard of "One day at a time"? I have to take it one minute, one second at a time. I'm trying to focus on being more grateful. Kevin's forgiven me, and so has Colleen. She's incredible.

Adrian: Yes. Yes, she is.

Jana: I'm just grateful that... (Sighs) if anything happens to me... Kevin will have Colleen to take care of him.

Kevin: Every second counts. The faster she has this operation, the better chance she has at a normal life.

Colleen: Well, does Michael have a plan?

Kevin: Yeah, which may take more than two weeks. It's not gonna help her now.

Colleen: Kevin, freaking out about this is not gonna help.

Kevin: Well, then what do you suggest I do?

Colleen: I suggest you trust your brother.

Kevin: Oh, sure, right. Michael's a great lawyer, yada, yada, yada. That's all people say. "Leave it to Michael. He'll handle things." He's not a miracle worker. He didn't get Phyllis off.

Colleen: Hey, can you calm down, please? You're yelling.

Kevin: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. It's just--it's not fair.

Colleen: I know.

Kevin: It's becoming really clear to me that... I could lose her.

Jill: I have no reason to believe that Ji Min is lying to me.

Jack: Yet here you are.

Jill: What could be worse than using someone else as a front man to buy back Jabot?

Jack: Unless Ji Min was in on it. And then he would be a very, very bad man.

Jill: It still wouldn't absolve you.

Jack: Well, you're not here to talk about me. You're here to see if you can trust what Ji Min is telling you.

Jill: How do I know I can trust what you're telling me?

Jack: You come to my home, you ask for my help, and then you insult me?

Jill: Oh, please don't act like you're hurt. I know you too well.

Jack: Look, either Ji Min doesn't know the first thing about business, doesn't do his homework on deals and is easily duped, or... he is very bright, very ruthless and willing to take advantage of every opportunity, including you. You know him better than I do. Which one is he?

Kay: Thank you, uh, for getting this done so quickly.

Michael: (Sighs) are you sure you want to cut your daughter out of this will?

Kay: She leaves me no choice.

Michael: You can think about it, and we can make provisions later.

Kay: Where do I sign?

Michael: Sign and date.

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

Jill: It's possible that Ji Min has been lying to me all this time.

Phyllis: With you gone all the time and me out of the picture, Sharon will run to Nick.

Neil: What's going on?

Sharon: I think I'm falling in love with Nick again.

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