Y&R Transcript Monday 8/27/07

Y&R Transcript Monday 8/27/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 8/28/07 -- USA

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Lauren: Oh, uh, four orange juices, four muffins to-go, please.

Michael: "Phyllis Newman sentencing today. Could face six years."

Lauren: Why are you even looking at this? Tomorrow's headlines could read "Phyllis Newman gets probation."

Michael: Yeah, and aliens invade Genoa City.

Lauren: Hey, even Sharon testified for leniency.

Michael: From Robert "The Hanging Judge" Chong.

Lauren: Oh, is that your little pet name for him, or does everybody get to call him that?

Michael: He once sentenced a little old lady to two years for a broken taillight.

Lauren: You are so exaggerating.

Michael: Barely.

Jack: Well, I'd say it's a good thing Noah's basketball clinic starts today.

Sharon: Yeah. I really didn't want him back in court again. I just think it's not the place--

Jack: Hey, Buddy.

Sharon: Why aren't you changed?

Noah: I'm coming with you guys.

Phyllis: Um... I-I-I have to-- I need to, um... if--if the judge hauls me off to jail, um...

Nick: Well, Michael said that--

Phyllis: Michael said that it was possible. That's what Michael said. So I need to go over some stuff with you, okay? First, uh, Summer's feeding schedule is on the refrigerator. And, um... when you introduce solid foods into her diet, make sure that you start with rice. Can you do that? And then, um, Daniel... Daniel had a-a gluten allergy. Make sure that-- that you can help him with that, because it'll be really tough. And... I really--I need to-- I need to get dressed.

Nick: Listen, I got it all covered, okay?

Phyllis: Okay. You have horrible timing. You know that? I mean, you came back, now I'm going away. If it wasn't so sad, I'd laugh at the irony.

Nick: Just pretend it's not happening.

Phyllis: I can't pretend.

Nick: Yeah, you can. For an hour. I mean, we've got an hour, right?

Phyllis: I need... I need... I need... if... if I just relax--

Nick: Shh. Hey, hey... shut up.

Jana: It's the waiting that's been so scary.

Kevin: They're almost ready.

Colleen: Look, we'll be here the whole time. And as soon as they let us into the recovery room--

Jana: Tell a dirty joke now, all right? Laughing makes a person heal. I read that somewhere.

Kevin: Um... oh, okay, so, uh, so this guy walks into a talent agency--

Colleen: Kev--Kevin? Save it.

Jana: Whatever happens...?

Kevin: You're gonna be laughing at my joke, okay? That's what's gonna happen.

Jana: Whatever happens. If I never get to tell you, I want you to know I'm going to be all right, okay? Love does that to a person.

Phyllis: Hey.

Lauren: Hey. You know, when I don't know what to do, I feed people. Do you want something?

Phyllis: Oh, no, I'm fine. I'm kinda nervous.

Lauren: Are you sure? Yeah? Okay.

Phyllis: Hey, I feel like I'm starring in some chick flick prison movie. You know, where it's the mother of two kids awaits her jail sentence?

Michael: Well, the male lead looks well cast.

Nick: And no longer playing the part.

Lauren: That's so great!

Phyllis: Yeah. Actually, no, it's not. It kinda bites. It kinda bites because I'm not longer going to be with my husband or my kids.

Nick: You don't know that.

Phyllis: I do know that.

Michael: Look, if it pleases the court, Nick spoke well. Sharon. Even Noah. The judge was riveted. You have no priors. It's a non-violent crime. If I were opposing counsel looking to make a rep by locking you up, I'd be sweating bullets now.

Paul: Hey. I wanted to wish you good luck.

Heather: Oh, thanks. But, um, Michael and Phyllis are the one who will need it.

Maggie: Oh! Well, very confident.

Heather: Well, whether his client is innocent or-- in this case--so guilty. I got it.

Paul: Well, we'll be your silent cheering section.

Heather: Well, we'll see how it goes. Judges can fool you sometimes. Excuse me, I have to go check on another case. This one involving Michael's brother, so...

Heather: I'll see you guys.

Maggie: Okay.

Paul: Yeah.

Maggie: Yeah, your daughter rocks. Not that she knows she's your daughter.

Paul: Right.

Maggie: You gonna tell her?

Paul: Nope.

Kevin: Why did Jana say that? Why did she say that? Does she think she's gonna die?

Colleen: No, Kevin, she asked for jokes when she wakes up.

Kevin: Yeah. No, no, no, I should've been more reassuring.

Colleen: Kevin, you were, okay? No girl could ask for more.

Kevin: You're sure?

Colleen: Yes, I'm positive. You know, I have seen you as a villain, and I've seen you as a hero, and a hero fits better.

Gloria: Hello!

Kevin: Mom, if you came here to nag on Jana, now is not the time.

Gloria: I came here to be with my son.

Colleen: That's so nice.

Gloria: Mm-hmm. I'm paying for the surgery.

Kevin: Yeah, here we go.

Gloria: And your government debt. So if you'd allow me to finish, I just want what's best for everybody concerned.

Kevin: You mean that?

Gloria: Of course I do. A beautiful young woman has a brain tumor. It's tragic.

Colleen: Well, I'm impressed. My father would never get that.

Gloria: I just can't help thinking, though. When Jana tried to kill you and you, she didn't have any symptoms. No crazy talk. No seizures. Nothing.

Kevin: I should've known you'd have a footnote.

Colleen: Well, that doesn't mean that the tumor didn't already exist.

Gloria: And nobody will ever know, Colleen, but that's my point. If it didn't exist, you both have to accept that the healthy, untumored Jana wanted you both dead.

Sharon: Maybe I should've insisted he go to camp.

Jack: No, he needed to be here today.

Sharon: Well, so he thinks. You know, how's he gonna react if Phyllis--

Noah: The courtroom is filling up fast. We should head in soon.

Sharon: All right, Honey, I just wanna say this. You know, we can hope for the best for Phyllis, but we don't know what's gonna happen.

Noah: I know that.

Sharon: Okay.

Nikki: Noah! Oh, my goodness, hello! I didn't expect to see him here today.

Jack: Well, he was mature enough to speak at yesterday's hearing, we thought that he was mature enough to be here today.

Nikki: Did you? You oughta come by and see Zapato. He misses you. So do I.

Noah: I have my own dog.

Sharon: Noah!

Nikki: Oh.

Noah: I read what you said on the internet.

Jack: Again with the internet, huh?

Noah: You didn't have to be so mean.

Sharon: Okay, don't talk to your grandmother that way.

Jack: You know what, Buddy? Go into the courtroom. We'll be right in.

Nikki: Why are you allowing a child to be involved in this?

Sharon: Nikki, how could he not be involved? Phyllis is his stepmother.

Nikki: Well, that's fine. But you have a responsibility to teach him that when people do wrong things, they need to suffer the consequences.

Jack: So the next time he's on the internet and he sees a clip of you kissing somebody other than his grandfather-- if he hasn't already, these kids live on Viewclick-- we'll be sure to remind him about consequences.

Bailiff: All rise. The circuit court of the State of Wisconsin is now in session. The Honorable Judge Robert Chong presiding.

Judge Chong: Please be seated. The case of the people of the State of Wisconsin vs. Phyllis Newman. Ms. Newman, please rise for your sentence. Ms. Newman, you've been convicted of a violation of Wisconsin criminal code section 943.30, a class "H" felony. The legislature of the state deems that your maximum penalty for your offense is imprisonment for a term of six year and a fine of $10,000. I have the discretion to pronounce a lower sentence. Mrs. Newman, I hereby sentence you to six years of imprisonment at Jackson penitentiary and a fine of $10,000.

Noah: No! That's not fair!

Michael: Your honor! (Gavel pounds)

Judge Chong: Order! Order!

Michael: Defense moves that Mrs. Newman be permitted to remain free on bond pending her appeal.

Heather: Your honor--

Judge Chong: Motion denied.

Daniel: That's wrong!

Noah: I know!

Judge Chong: Order! (Gavel bangs repeatedly)

Phyllis: Six--six years.

Michael: Your honor, this was a non-violent offense and this is a first-time offender. Allowing Mrs. Newman to remain free is the right thing to do, given that she has--

Judge Chong: Mr. Baldwin, I made my ruling.

Heather: The state concurs, your honor.

Judge Chong: Be seated, Mr. Baldwin. Seat your client.

Michael: Phyllis.

Judge Chong: Mrs. Newman, some crimes-- crimes of passion-- are not deterrable. Others are the result of a conscious decision. One can intimidate with words as easily as with a gun. I suspect this sentence may persuade others to conduct their business the old-fashioned way-- fairly. Mrs. Newman, you are hereby ordered to surrender to the Genoa City police at 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. We're adjourned. (Gavel pounds)

Phyllis: I did this. I wrecked everything.

Nick: All right, what do we do now, Baldwin?

Daniel: There's gotta be something.

Michael: Excuse me.

Phyllis: Hey. Hey. It's okay. It's okay. Okay? Come here. Come here.

Noah: Can Michael keep you out of jail?

Nick: Well, maybe not tomorrow, Bud, but--

Daniel: But Michael is a great lawyer.

Noah: No, he's not. He lost.

Phyllis: It's gonna be okay. Right? Don't worry.

Sharon: Look at Noah. I just wish there was something we could do for him.

Brad: Well, you can tell him that, uh... sometimes good people do bad things.

Sharon: We did.

Brad: I was referring to Phyllis.

Sharon: I wasn't. You know, you and I had that one night together. You know, maybe if we didn't, maybe none of this would've happened. (Cell phone ringing)

Brad: I'm sorry, Sharon, it's Abby. I have to take this.

Sharon: Okay.

Jana: It means so much that you're here. Did Kevin tell you about my surgery?

Gloria: No.

Jana: It's going to be quite gory, actually. I'll have a very impressive scar on the left side of my temple. That's how they'll get to my brain.

Gloria: I wonder what's taking Kevin so long.

Jana: He and Colleen are with my surgeon. They're nervous for me. And I don't want to let on, but I'm nervous for me, too.

Gloria: Of course you are, Jana.

Jana: I'm so glad to speak with you alone. I wanted to thank you for paying for my surgery. The generosity that you--

Gloria: My son asked. It's what a mother does.

Jana: Yeah. Not my mum, sadly.

Gloria: When this is all over, if they don't put you in jail, you should go back to England and visit her.

Jana: No. No, I don't-- I don't want to be apart from Kevin again.

Kevin: Well, it's time for the Manchester United fight song. The O.R. is ready.

Jana: Go, Red Devils.

Doctor: You'll be in good hands, Jana.

Jana: Right. Cutting into my brain and all.

Doctor: If you'd like to say good-bye to your friends.

Jana: Why would I say good-bye?

Colleen: He meant until later.

Jana: Well, what do you know? He's the one that said this could kill me.

Doctor: The nurse will start you on a I.V. sedative.

Jana: No, no, I don't want a sedative!

Kevin: Jana, you'll feel better.

Jana: No, I'm gonna feel everything! I'm gonna be awake!

Doctor: Only part of the time.

Jana: I'm sorry, I can't do this. I can't, I'm sorry. I can't do this. I can't.

Kevin: Being scared is okay. Not having the surgery is not okay.

Jana: Because I'm crazy. That's what you think.

Kevin: No, because you have a tumor, Jana, that makes you think things.

Jana: You said I could die.

Doctor: I can tell you what will happen if my team doesn't operate. Your future will be right here, with the same symptoms you have now.

Kevin: Or worse.

Jana: At least I'll be alive. I know you're disappointed in me. I thought I'd be brave, but I'm not.

Kevin: Let me go in with her.

Doctor: No.

Kevin: If I did, could you?

Jana: I think so, yeah. Yes.

Kevin: Well, if that's the difference, doctors are supposed to do no harm, right? You keep me out, you're doing harm.

Doctor: Okay, once or twice, but in the most extraordinary circumstance.

Jana: So you have allowed it?

Kevin: Great. What do I have to do?

Sharon: Um... Phyllis? I-I just want you to know, I don't take any pleasure in the verdict.

Nick: You know, there must-- there must be something.

Phyllis: No, there's nothing we can do. You heard Michael. There's nothing we can do.

Nick: What can I do?

Phyllis: Just be strong for--for Noah and for Daniel. We have to be strong, because if we lose it, they'll lose it.

Nick: Okay. Okay.

Noah: When Phyllis gets out of jail, I'm gonna have my driver's license.

Jack: It won't be that long.

Noah: How will I see her?

Jack: Well, your dad will take you. Or I'll take you. I promise.

(Cell phone ringing)

Jack: Sorry. Oh, Buddy, I gotta take this. I'll be right back, okay?

Noah: Okay. I wanna talk to you. I know what you did.

Brad: Listen, Noah, I know you're sad, and I'm sorry about that. I never meant to hurt you, but Phyllis is guilty.

Noah: So what are you, then?

Brad: Sorry?

Noah: I read about her case online. I'm online a lot.

Brad: You read about it.

Noah: Everything.

Sharon: Hey, ready to go?

Noah: You had sex with him?

Sharon: Noah... listen, I know this is really hard to understand--

Noah: No, it isn't. You were married to Dad, and you were married to Aunt Victoria, but you still had sex with each other.

Sharon: Okay, you know how we talked about sometimes people make mistakes? But that when we do--

Noah: Don't talk to me like I'm a baby. I'm not. You're guilty. He's guilty. Phyllis is guilty. But she's the only one going to jail?

Nikki: Oh, Phyllis.

Phyllis: Not now, please.

Nikki: Look, I'm not a heartless monster.

Phyllis: That's good to know.

Nikki: I wish none of this had happened. But it did. And now we have to deal with the aftermath.

Phyllis: "We" do? Are you going to prison with me? Because if you are, I choose solitary confinement.

Nikki: I wanna talk about the baby.

Phyllis: I don't.

Nikki: Six years is a long time. You'll get to see her now and then, but it won't be a relationship.

Phyllis: Nick will be raising our daughter.

Nikki: Nicholas has a career.

Phyllis: Michael and Lauren have legal guardianship.

Nikki: They're friends, not family. Nicholas can't handle this on his own. I'm going to help him.

Phyllis: You will not touch my daughter.

Nikki: Well, I don't think you have much to say about that, do you? Because you will be in prison.

Phyllis: I have everything to say about that. You will not touch my daughter!

Daniel: Okay, okay, relax, Ladies!

Phyllis: Do you hear me?

Daniel: Relax!

Phyllis: You will not touch her!

Daniel: Mom! Mom!

Phyllis: Keep away from her!

Nikki: Your son following in your footsteps? Mother of the year.

Phyllis: You are an ugly, ugly human being.

Nikki: My granddaughter will be much better off without either of you.

Kevin: Can I stay with Jana the whole time?

Doctor: You might not want to. If you've never been in an operating theater--

Kevin: What, you think I'm gonna faint?

Doctor: It happens.

Kevin: It won't. I need to be where she can see me. She's gonna be awake for part of this, right?

Doctor: The brain mapping. Look, Kevin, we need her to communicate with us, but it's crucial that Jana stay calm. That's the only reason why I'm letting you into my O.R. you stay calm, too. No matter what. Got it?

Kevin: Yeah, I got it.

Doctor: All right, good. We're running late. I'll send in a nurse to prep you.

Kevin: I'll be here.

Michael: A six-year sentence because I was not competent enough.

Lauren: That is not true.

Michael: I made so many mistakes. I should've pressured her to make a deal. I should've anticipated the new evidence. I should never have let her leave town with the baby.

Lauren: Shh! You'll wake up the babies.

Michael: Oh. Nick and Phyllis, while we were leaving the courtroom, asked me what we can do. And do you know what I told them? I told them nothing.

Lauren: You can't control everything.

Michael: In the courtroom? That's what I get paid to do. My best friend is gonna write me an exorbitant check for sending her to jail. Hey!

Phyllis: Hey!

Daniel: Hey.

Phyllis: Tick, tick, tick. Hey, anybody have the time? I do, right here. How much time do we have left?

Nick: Well, we're gonna make the most of it.

Daniel: What, are we supposed to just eat, drink and be merry, right?

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, forget about the calories and the hangover. Who cares? For tomorrow, I am in the slammer.

Daniel: Gallows humor.

Phyllis: No, six years and the gallows. It's not your fault.

Michael: Oh, please, I'm already plotting my next move.

Lauren: Yeah, he was just telling me all about it.

Phyllis: Really? I thought you said it couldn't be done.

Michael: Then. Then, there was nothing. It's not over.

Nick: Yeah, there's the appeal.

Michael: Mm-hmm. I'm working on my brief as we speak. And meantime, Fond du Lac's a little too far away. I think we're gonna get you transferred somewhere closer.

Phyllis: Uh-huh. You could do that?

Michael: And then there's the political route. The Newmans wield a great deal of power in this state.

Nick: We do. And I intend to use it.

Daniel: Jack can help.

Michael: We'll petition the governor for a commutation. We'll just skip that. We'll ask for an outright pardon.

Lauren: Michael won't quit.

Michael: I don't even know how to spell the word.

Maggie: The prodigal daughter. Enjoying her win over Michael Baldwin.

Paul: The only daughter, for that matter.

Maggie: All the more reason that you should go up and speak to her.

Paul: Heather, congratulations.

Maggie: Uh-huh! That was a big win.

Heather: Thank you. It was pretty satisfying, I have to admit.

Paul: I guess it put Michael Baldwin on notice.

Heather: I guess I did. (Cell phone ringing)

Heather: Oh, God. Yep, I'm sorry, I gotta get this.

Maggie: Okay.

Paul: Okay.

Heather: I'll be back. Heather Stevens.

Maggie: Way to step up to paternity, Pops.

(Monitors beeping)

Kevin: Hey. It's a piece of cake.

Jana: For you, maybe. I'm about to get a zipper on my skull.

Kevin: On you-- hot.

Doctor: Jana? We're ready to put you under for a short time.

Jana: While you're cutting. I don't want to watch this part.

Kevin: I'm not leaving.

Doctor: Go. We'll bring you back for the brain mapping.

Jana: Please. Don't watch this. So maybe one day you'll think I'm beautiful again.

Kevin: You're beautiful now.

Jana: No. Please.

Kevin: No, no, I'm not leaving. Not until you're asleep.

Doctor: Propofol, please. It's a very fast-acting anesthetic. Scalpel, please. Mr. Fisher?

Kevin: I'm going. Hey... that's a person you're operating on, not a brain. Remember that.

Gloria: I guess I'm proud of Kevin for wanting to be in there with her during surgery. It's gallant. Idiotic, but gallant.

Colleen: Well, we might be right about her.

Gloria: You might.

Colleen: What are you doing here?

Brad: I tried--

Colleen: How did you even know I was here?

Brad: I tried to call you.

Colleen: Ha. Well, that didn't work out, did it?

Brad: Abby wants to see you.

Gloria: I'll give you two some privacy.

Colleen: Well, tell Abby to e-mail me.

Brad: I heard Jana's in surgery.

Colleen: Please don't start.

Brad: You really think she did what she did because of a brain tumor?

Colleen: Bye, Dad.

Brad: You might be right.

Colleen: Can I get that in writing? You know, Gloria said the same thing, too.

Brad: Really? Well, Gloria and I have something in common. Worlds have collided over less.

Colleen: What are you doing?

Brad: I have a daughter. She has a friend in surgery. It doesn't matter how I feel about the friend. I know how I feel about my daughter.

Colleen: Okay, Dad, you don't have to be noble, okay? I really don't need you here.

Brad: Okay, well, I'll just sit here and not be noble. Just in case you change your mind.

Nick: Who cares if my mom says she'll help with Summer? It's really not her call.

Phyllis: Yeah, her idea of helping with Summer is, "I'm gonna turn her into my image of what I think she should be, and by the time you get out of prison, she's gonna hate you."

Nick: She's not gonna turn Summer against you.

Phyllis: You wanna bet?

Nick: Yeah, I will bet you. Because my mother doesn't make decisions for this family.

Phyllis: Yes, she does. What are you talking about? She's toxic. Everything she touches she contaminates. I don't know how you escaped.

Nick: Who says I did?

Phyllis: I was trying to hold it together for Daniel. I was trying to be tough, you know?

Nick: You were. You did great.

Phyllis: I did?

Nick: You did.

Phyllis: I'm not tough. I'm not tough. Nick, I'm scared out of my mind. I'm not tough.

Nick: I think you're tough.

Gloria: You know, it's ironic. You and Kevin were both in this hospital because of her, and now you're here all over again.

Colleen: Yeah, I know how crazy this seems. Dad, you really don't have to stay.

Brad: I know.

Gloria: Sometimes you just gotta stay.

Colleen: You two are agreeing again?

Michael: Hi. Any word yet?

Gloria: Michael, I'm so glad you're here. No. We haven't heard anything.

Michael: I'm surprised you're here.

Kevin: Michael?

Michael: How is she?

Kevin: So far, so good. I can only stay a minute, but, um, how did everything go in court?

Michael: Uh, six years.

Colleen: Six years?

Kevin: I'll call Daniel after the operation. I have to get back. I'm glad you're here.

Maggie: I don't get it. You're a good guy. You're a great guy. I think Heather would be proud to have you as her dad.

Paul: Mm-hmm. Well, not that it's any of your business, but I promised her mother a long time ago that I would keep it a secret.

Maggie: Why?

Paul: It's complicated.

Maggie: You know, some promises should come with expiration dates.

(Monitors beeping)

Kevin: When are you gonna start the mapping?

Doctor: Soon. Vitals?

Woman: B.P. 110/70.

Doctor: Neurophys?

Woman: Normal. She's doing fine.

Kevin: You hear that, Jana?

Doctor: She can't hear you yet. The dura is open. We're ready to begin mapping. Back down on the Propofol, please.

Woman: Propofol infusion is off.

Kevin: You're waking her now?

Doctor: Yes. How long before she's gonna be awake?

Jana: (Moans)

Kevin: Hey! Hey, hey, I'm right here.

Jana: Where?

Kevin: In--in surgery.

Jana: Surgery?

Kevin: Mm-hmm. On your tumor.

Jana: My tumor? But I'm awake.

Kevin: It's like we talked about, remember? This is the part where you're awake. I'm gonna hold cards and you're gonna say what's on them, and we can check and see how your brain is working.

Doctor: Electrocautery ready? Aspirator ready? Electrode ready? Okay, a little sterile water for your brain, Jana, to make you more comfortable.

Jana: I'm scared.

Kevin: I'm right here.

Doctor: Okay, all systems go. Someone bring Kevin the cards.

Jana: Kevin, I'm so scared.

Kevin: Just--just keep looking at me, okay? That's all there is. It's just you and me.

Paul: Do you mind?

Heather: No, of course not.

Paul: So I've got one question for you. How did you get so good so young?

Heather: I told you already. The Chicago D.A.'s office is a rough neighborhood.

Paul: I don't remember the last time I saw Michael Baldwin lose so badly.

Heather: Well, I'm planning to go two for two with his brother. Major felonies, conspiracy, theft. Maybe even murder.

Paul: Well, I hope not.

Heather: Why?

Paul: I like the kid. But also, uh, I suppose you know that Phyllis Newman is one of Michael Baldwin's best friends?

Heather: I do now.

Paul: Well, he fought awfully hard for her. I'm sure he took this loss personally. But that is nothing compared to how hard he's gonna fight for his brother.

Heather: Bring it.

Paul: You know, I appreciate your enthusiasm, but you might want a little backup. I've worked with Baldwin for a while, and I think that nobody knows his tactics better than I do.

Heather: You're offering to help me? Even though you just said that you like his brother?

Paul: Well, yeah, yeah, yeah, I said that. I'm the son of a cop. I like to see justice done. If his brother's guilty, he's guilty. And besides, you and I go back a long way. I think we'd make a great team.

Sharon: You know what you want?

Noah: I'm not hungry.

Sharon: Um, could you give us just a minute? Thank you.

Jack: You know what, Buddy? We can order this stuff now, take it home with us.

Noah: Remember when I said that Phyllis was the only person going to jail? Do you think that's fair? Because I don't.

Jack: Well, I think that's a tough one.

Noah: The only person who didn't make a mistake was my dad.

Sharon: Well, that's one way of looking at it.

Jack: Noah, everyone makes mistakes sometime.

Noah: Not like my mom and Brad did.

Sharon: Um... Noah knows the facts of the case.

Jack: I see.

Noah: Good. Because until Phyllis gets out of jail, I'm living with my dad.

Nikki: I'm surprised you asked to have coffee with me, but I'm glad.

Nick: I'm going home after this. But I wanted to talk to you about what you said to my wife earlier.

Nikki: What, about Summer? Honey, I know you need somebody to blame. I understand that.

Nick: Look, you have never treated Phyllis like she's a member of this family.

Nikki: How can you say that? The last I heard, you didn't even remember marrying her.

Nick: That's not the issue.

Nikki: Yes, it is. If you don't love her, there are steps--

Nick: I do love her, Mother.

Nikki: Oh?

Nick: And even if I didn't, Phyllis is the mother of my daughter. Have you ever seen her with Summer? She's amazing.

Nikki: If you say so.

Nick: Look, I'm not gonna try and keep you from your granddaughter, but it's gonna be on my terms, and that means if you ever, and I mean ever, say anything negative in her presence about her mother, then you won't see her anymore.

Nikki: What?

Michael: I see my best friend get six years in jail and keep vigil for my brother who's in the O.R. with his certifiable girlfriend. This is a great day.

Gloria: If she does make it through this surgery, I'm gonna be as worried about Kevin as he is for her.

Kevin: What's this one, Jana?

Jana: A chicken.

Doctor: Next one?

Kevin: That was good.

Jana: A girl--bad hair day.

Kevin: (Chuckles)

Doctor: Hold on. I'm stimulating another section of your brain, Jana.

Kevin: This one?

Jana: An American football. Oh, horrid.

Kevin: Recognition and personality.

Doctor: Next zone. You're doing fine, Jana. Go ahead, Kevin.

Jana: A cup.

Doctor: Next.

Jana: Dolphin.

Kevin: Good.

Jana: A car. A bloody dog. Bloody dog.

Kevin: Doctor? Doctor?

Jana: Bloody dog.

Woman: There seems to be a spiking in the EEG.

Jana: Dog. Blood. Bloody dog. Bloody dog.

Doctor: Watch that EEG, please.

Kevin: What's going on?

Jana: Bloody dog.

Doctor: Anesthesiologist, Propofol, please.

Jana: Bloody dog.

Kevin: Doctor, do something!

Jana: Blood--bloody dog.

Doctor: Nurse.

Jana: Bloody dog.

Phyllis: How many hours do we have left?

Summer: (Cries)

Daniel: Don't torture yourself.

Phyllis: Hi, Baby Girl. I just wanna know how many hours we have left. Listen, you're gonna watch over her, right?

Daniel: I promise.

Phyllis: Good. Maybe you could move in here and help Nick with her?

Daniel: You know... Michael is a great lawyer. Yeah, he is. And he is not giving up yet, and neither should you.

Phyllis: It's over. It's over. It's done. It's so done. Accept it. How many more hours do we-- hey, Baby Girl! Hey, Summer! Okay, listen, I wanna tell you something.

Summer: Mama.

Phyllis: (Gasps) she said Mommy. She said Mama. Baby Girl!

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

Amber: What are you offering?

Heather: A deal you can't refuse.

Cane: If you go near my mum again, I'll break your legs.

Jill: I hate Ji Min. And I hate you for bringing him into my life.

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