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Lily: Ahem. I can really cook. I mean, if my dad invites you over again.
Cane: Are you-- are you a good cook?
Lily: Um, I like to think so. Like, my Aunt Mamie-- she's a great cook. And my mom was like a gourmet chef. How about you?
Cane: I make a really good vegemite sandwich.
Lily: Vegemite? As in, fried worms and dirt?
Cane: There's some yeast in there somewhere, but it's-- it's--its good stuff. It's okay.
Lily: Blech. Okay. Um, are you sure you don't wanna stay for coffee?
Cane: Oh, I have to go to the coffee shop and see Heather.
Lily: Oh, yeah, that's right. I forgot. I mean, it's fine 'cause I'm meeting up with someone later, too, so...
Cane: That's good. That's good. I'm glad. You should--you should go on a lot of dates.
Lily: That's what I'm doing.
Lily: Um, enjoy your coffee.
Cane: And I'll listen to that music.
Lily: Oh, okay. Cool. Uh, great to see you again. "Enjoy your coffee"? "Great to see you again"? Oh, my gosh!
Amber: Decaf soy vanilla latte and spiced masala chai. Wait, wait, wait, no. Thatís... there you go.
Daniel: I'm gonna go check out this new band over at the Bad Kitty.
Amber: Have fun!
Daniel: You in?
Daniel: I don't wanna go back to the apartment.
Amber: Then don't go.
Daniel: I wanna do something.
Amber: Who's stopping you?
Daniel: I need a friend.
Amber: Rent one.
Daniel: Okay, how about, um, there's the new scary movie-- it's over at the mall.
Amber: Why am I wearing this apron, hm?
Daniel: Fashion statement.
Amber: I am working. Okay, working-- helps me keep my mind off of Cane.
Daniel: You know, you really need to stop obsessing about him. It's gonna drive you crazy.
Amber: I have come to terms with the fact that we're not gonna be together,
Daniel: (Laughs) yes, and I'm over my divorce.
Amber: (Giggles) funny.
Daniel: Okay, fine, look, if you change your mind or you want a distraction, you need a distraction, call me.
J.T.: Chateaubriand for two, medium rare. Um, potatoes au gratin, asparagus. And do you guys have sauerkraut? Yeah, yeah, she's got some interesting cravings. Uh, I also ordered candles and flowers. Yeah, would you? And anything else you can think of would be great.
Victor: What a nice surprise. I'll ask Miguel to set another place for dinner.
Victoria: Uh, no, Dad, I canít. I just came by to drop off the contracts so you can sign them and fax them to the lawyer.
Victor: Sit down, Sweetheart. You don't have to rush off.
Victoria: I'm headed to Clear Springs for the weekend.
Victor: You think that's a good idea? Flying with the baby?
Victoria: No, I'm not flying. I'm taking the train. I booked a private car so I can sit down, put my feet up, get some work done. It'll be nice to have some peace and quiet for a change.
Victor: The baby will be here sooner than you think.
Victoria: Well, I'm telling you, I cannot wait. Because I feel like I've been pregnant forever.
Victor: You deserve it, my sweetheart. I know how much you want a child. I'm happy for you.
Victoria: Yeah, Dad... thank you. I want him more than anything. You know, it almost doesn't seem real. I can't wait to hold him.
Victor: Children can really bring a family together, you know that?
Victoria: Even ours?
Victor: (Sighs) sadly enough, your mother and I don't seem to agree on a lot of things these days.
Victoria: Well, it doesn't have to be that way.
Victor: You talk to her about that.
David: It's the first I'm hearing of it. I want you to fax it to me right away. Do you know the number to the conference room? I'll be waiting. (Scoffs) you're not gonna believe this.
David: Your husband, he's been laughing at us this whole time.
Nikki: What do you mean?
David: (Chuckles) guess who's behind the drilling outside city limits?
Nikki: Oh, my God, he can't be!
David: He owns the drilling and mineral rights to Clear Springs-- the town and the development.
Nikki: What if we lose it all?
David: That's the worst part! He still stands to make a fortune! He has no vested interest in seeing you succeed whatsoever.
Colleen: See you later.
(Cell phone beeps)
Colleen: Hey! Just finished my study session. So how was the date with the hottie from down under?
Lily: Awful. I was so lame.
Colleen: You are way too hard on yourself.
Lily: No, you should've seen me. I was so self-conscious. And I couldn't stop talking about the most random stuff.
Colleen: Okay, well, your randomness is cute.
Lily: Yeah, exactly, cute. That's all I am to Cane. I'm not--I'm not hot, I'm not sexy, I'm... cute.
Colleen: Well, once he gets to know you better, he'll realize age isn't important.
Lily: You know, I think this whole age thing is just an excuse. 'Cause he's not into me. He has a date tonight.
Colleen: With who?
Lily: That Heather girl.
Colleen: Well, you can come meet me.
Lily: Well, where are you?
Colleen: I am at the coffeehouse.
Lily: Ugh, that's where Cane's meeting you know who. Meet me at the club?
Colleen: Okay. I'll see you soon. Bye.
Amber: What do you think?
Kevin: About what?
Amber: The shower curtain.
Kevin: It's too pink.
Amber: It's on sale.
Kevin: What's wrong with the one that we have?
Amber: Okay, for starters, there is a big huge hole right in the middle of it.
Kevin: It's a... it's a steam vent.
Kevin: Ex alert.
Kevin: Yours. Mine's behind bars, remember? If she walked through the door, there'd be sirens and men in uniform.
Amber: Wait, wait, is he coming this way? Is he coming, like...?
Kevin: No, no, he's out on the patio. You're clear.
Amber: What is he doing with her?
Kevin: Maybe its work related.
Amber: Well, it doesn't look work related. (Sighs) you know, can't he just go somewhere else?
Kevin: "Of all the gin joints in all the world..."
Amber: You know what? He's only doing this to upset me. That's it.
Nikki: When were you going to tell me about your plan for Clear Springs?
Victor: What plan?
Nikki: I am so sick of you playing the "Who, me?" Game.
Victor: Then be more specific.
Nikki: I wondered why you weren't very upset about the methane problem and the additional costs. You're not one to lose without a fight. Now I know why.
Victor: Where'd you get this?
Nikki: You don't care if this project fails or succeeds, because you're gonna win either way. You've been playing me.
Victor: A good player hedges his bets.
Nikki: What, are we all just pieces on a chess board? I'm your wife.
Victor: Oh, yeah?
Nikki: I have put everything I have into this project and I could lose it all! You don't care! You don't care as long as you come out on top! And the sick thing is, you get some kind of perverse pleasure out of watching me fail.
Victor: Are you finished? Buying the mineral rights to Clear Springs was good business.
Nikki: You think its good business to destroy my company?
Victor: I frankly don't care what happens to your company.
Nikki: Yes, I know that. Victor, you have more money than you could ever spend in a lifetime. And when we started this company, together, I might add, you were the only person that I knew I could count on.
Victor: Until you ignored my advice.
Nikki: No, you weren't giving advice. You were issuing edicts. Forget about me for a minute, Clear Springs means everything to your daughter, but you don't care. You had to take control, like you do everything else. So what if we suffer?
Victor: Always the martyr, aren't you? Always the martyr! You didn't give a damn what I thought about your decision to go into business, about your decision to run for office, or what you thought about our marriage.
Nikki: Oh, yes, I know. I broke the 11th commandment-- "Do not disobey Victor Newman." How dare you condemn me for what you have always done-- put business and your interests first.
Victor: How dare you come in here and complain now-- now that you're playing in the big leagues. In the big leagues it gets down and dirty. You aren't ready for the competition, Sweetheart.
Amber: I hate watching them.
Kevin: Uh, then donít.
Amber: Can't you just get someone else to switch shifts with me?
Heather: I almost didn't make it either. I completely lost track of time.
Cane: Am I that forgettable?
Heather: No, no, we're just swamped at work.
Cane: Is it, uh, Ji Min's homicide?
Heather: Lots of theories to chase down there.
Cane: So are there any prevailing thoughts since I last asked?
Heather: You'll know just as soon as everyone else does. By the way, did you know that they have the worst coffee at the courthouse? It's unbelievable.
Cane: Okay, well, how about I get you a cup of Genoa City's best? What's your pleasure?
Heather: Do you mind ordering from your ex?
Cane: I don't even notice her, but if she makes you uncomfortable, we can go somewhere else.
Heather: Oh, no, it doesn't matter to me.
Cane: I'll tell you what. Why don't I take you to the club? And I'll buy you a drink. They make a mean Irish coffee.
Kevin: All right, thanks, Dude. I'll see you in a little while. The new kid needs money and he's gonna come in.
Amber: Oh! I could so "Ooh" you!
Amber: Daniel, it's me. Hey, you still want some company? Yeah, what are best friends for? Hey, I'll buy you dinner at the club.
Victoria: Oh, wow! It's beautiful. You know, if you're trying to sell me on Clear Springs, I'm sort of already sold.
J.T.: That's the furthest thing from my mind.
Victoria: You ought to be in charge of management, not working construction undercover.
J.T.: I was actually gonna bring in a-a dart board and a pool table, but, um... this is the best management could do.
Victoria: This'll do, I think. This is wonderful.
J.T.: Hold on one second. The piŤce de rťsistance.
Victoria: What is this?
J.T.: Open it up and find out.
Victoria: Oh! It's my favorite perfume. I-I never wear it because it's not Newmanís.
J.T.: Ah, be a rebel. Wear it tonight.
Victoria: I think I will. Thank you.
J.T.: Yeah. Let me smell that.
(Cell phone ringing)
Victoria: Oh, um, I...
J.T.: No, no, no, no, no, don't--don't get it. Don't get it. Don't get it.
Victoria: But it might be work.
J.T.: No work tonight. Promise me... promise me something. No shop talk. All right? No talk about your crazy, crazy family. Just you and me, enjoying every little minute together.
Victoria: I promise.
Nikki: You have been unsupportive and disapproving every step of the way.
Victor: I wanted to offer you my help, you made it clear you didn't want it.
Nikki: No, you weren't offering help, you were offering control. That's not what I needed. You treated me like I was an inept person, destined to fail.
Nikki: Look, Clear Springs has gone through a rough patch, but we're gonna turn it around. It's going to succeed, just like N.V.P. did.
Victor: Don't fool yourself! The reason for that turnaround is because I helped you get off the damn ground! That's why!
Nikki: I always used to think that somewhere in there you respected me, that you held me in your esteem. I was obviously wrong!
Victor: Why the hell would I respect you? I respected you as long as you deserved my respect!
Nikki: Yeah, right.
Victor: You don't deserve it now!
(Cell phone ringing)
David: Hi. I was calling to see how your conversation went with Victor, but I can hear it in your voice.
Nikki: I'm with him now.
Victor: Is that the pipsqueak you're talking to?
David: He sounds angry. I want you to get out of there.
Nikki: Don't worry, he won't lay a hand on me. Victor!
Victor: Don't you ever flaunt that man in front of me! Not in my house!
Nikki: So now it's your house?
Victor: It certainly is not yours.
Nikki: This has been my home for over 20 years.
Victor: It didn't make it any harder for you to leave it, did it?
Nikki: It was the hardest thing I've ever done.
Victor: Oh, yeah?
Nikki: Remember the first time I came here? Mm. I had never seen a house like this in my life. It was like... out of a fantasy. Beautiful paintings... and furniture and gardens like I had never seen. (Sighs) I never, in a million years, thought that I could live in a house like this. Remember when I thought you were the butler?
Nikki: Of course, that was before I knew you were the great Victor Newman.
Victor: In other words, it wouldn't have made a difference to you if you had found out that I'd just been the butler.
Nikki: Victor, it was never about the money. It was about you. I fell in love with you. I wanted to spend the rest of my life with you from the moment I met you because... quite simply... you were the best man I'd ever known.
Amber: You know, you were right. I needed a distraction.
Amber: He has a date with Heather.
Daniel: Mm. Heather, as in, our scary heather from the D.A.'s office.
Amber: Yeah, yeah, yeah, they came into the coffeehouse today. Mm-hmm. Yeah, I'm just... I'm not ready to see him with another woman.
Daniel: You know you're not getting back together, though, right?
Amber: Why do you keep saying that?
Daniel: Because you'd better get used to hearing it.
Amber: Why? Hm?
Daniel: Ooh. We got a Cane and Heather sighting at 2:00.
Amber: What are they doing here? Oh, my God!
Heather: Do you think she followed us?
Cane: It looks like it.
Heather: I thought she was working.
Cane: So did I.
Heather: Well, we could go somewhere else.
Cane: What, and play musical chairs all night? Don't worry about it. Just ignore her.
Cane: That way I can spend more time focusing on you.
Heather: Well, I can't argue with that logic.
Cane: Here is to forgetting about our past.
Heather: Forgetting about the past.
J.T.: You know what? I can order you more.
Victoria: I'm good.
J.T.: Well, I was kinda hoping for the bad Victoria tonight.
Victoria: Well, she's in here, too, so... don't worry.
(Cell phone beeping)
Victoria: Is that-- is that mine?
J.T.: It isn't mine. Now, now, no--no, you made a promise. No cell phones.
J.T.: No, no, no.
Victoria: It's just a text message.
J.T.: No texts, no phone calls. Dessert?
Victoria: Yeah, yeah, maybe later. You know... this is perfect.
J.T.: You didn't think I had it in me, did you?
Victoria: Just when I think I know everything about you... you do something to surprise me.
J.T.: That's because you inspire me.
Victoria: Well, now there's a line.
J.T.: I'm serious. You know, I... I always hated those movies where guys said stuff like, "You complete me" or "You make me wanna be a better man." But now I get it. I never felt that way until now, but... I can't believe I'm saying this, but I really wanna-- I wanna be the best person I can be for you.
Victoria: You already are.
J.T.: I mean, yeah, we have fun together, but... there's so much more between us than that. I've--I've never felt this way until now. Hell, you--you get me and my sense of humor, and let me tell you something, that's an accomplishment.
Victoria: (Laughs) well, you're easy to be with. That's for sure.
[J.T. sends Victoria a text message when sheís not looking with his cell phone]
(Cell phone beeps)
Victoria: Um... I really should get that. It--it could be very important.
J.T.: More important than me? Yeah. Are you finished?
Victoria: Yes, thank you. I'm finished.
J.T.: All right. Don't wanna burn the place down.
[Victoria gets her cell phone and reads the message when J.T. goes in the hallway]
Victoria: Did... did you?
J.T.: Well, it better not be from anybody else.
[The text message]
J.T.: I love you. I wanna spend the rest of my life with you. Say yes. Marry me.
Victoria: You-- you wanna get married?
J.T.: As soon as possible.
Victoria: (Exhales) well, we've never even... talked about it.
J.T.: Is that a no?
Victoria: No! No, I-I just--that... what's the rush? I mean... why not wait until the baby comes?
J.T.: It won't make a difference to me if the baby's not mine.
Victoria: I'm stunned. I... I mean, this sort of came out of nowhere.
J.T.: Hey, hey, hey, come here, come here, sit down. I never... I never thought about getting married before. Well, that's not true. I never thought I would get married. You know, I, uh... never wanted to commit to anybody that way. Maybe it's because my past relationships have been so complicated. I mean, everything was always a challenge. But it never felt that way with you. You know, even from day one, everything has been effortless. You know, when we... when we don't agree, we don't argue. Who knew it could be that easy?
Victoria: You know... after everything I've been through... it's hard to believe that this is possible.
J.T.: You know, people may look at us and think we don't fit. You're pregnant. The baby may not be mine. And you're a Newman. I'm--I'm from a whole different world. But when we're together, none of that matters. We're happy and it works. Why not spend the rest of our lives that way?
Colleen: So I should've told Adrian first, you know, but I didn't even think about it, and I couldn't uninvite my dad to dinner.
Lily: Well, did they get any better after you called me?
Colleen: Not really. At least they both tried.
Lily: Yeah, your dad can be a little bit overbearing, but he loves you.
Colleen: A little?
Lily: Okay, a lot.
Colleen: Turn around right now and walk out. He won't even know we were here.
Lily: No, no, it's too late. We're committed, so just keep walking.
Cane: Yeah, but see if-- see if that happens--
Cane: You again.
Lily: Yeah, I'm... I'm everywhere.
Cane: Uh, you remember Heather, right?
Heather: We've met.
Lily: Yes, hello.
Heather: Do you wanna pull up a chair? Have a drink with us?
Colleen: Oh, we--
Lily: Another time. Thanks. Uh, we have to do this thing for, uh, Colleen's dad.
Colleen: It's an art thing.
Lily: Yeah, and we have to study. But, um, it was nice seeing you again, so... bye.
Cane: Don't hit the books too hard.
Amber: Your ex has a thing for my ex.
Daniel: Well, he can have her.
Amber: No, he canít.
Daniel: Okay, listen, he never should've given you up. But he's not worth your time.
Amber: Cane's a great guy.
Daniel: Who's moving on. So, you know, you should do-- why don't we take a little time out here? Why don't you take a little break and do something for yourself? What happened to that music thing you were doing?
Amber: I'm gonna do it. I swear.
Lily: "Nice seeing you again"? What is wrong with me? I sound like an old woman!
Colleen: Well, maybe he'll forget about your age if you keep that up.
Lily: And I made it sound like I was meeting up with a guy here. Oh, my gosh, just shoot me, please.
Colleen: It's no big deal.
Lily: You know what? None of this matters. Because the only thing I should be focusing on right now is school.
Victor: I thought I heard him scratching on the door.
Nikki: Oh, Zapato! How are you, Baby? Are you taking good care of Daddy? Are you?
Victor: Yep. Been without an incident for a year.
Nikki: It's been a whole year? I'm happy to hear that. Yes, even when I was furious with you, I was worried.
Nikki: You have no idea how scared I was of losing you when we didn't know what was wrong.
Victor: It was one the most frightening moments of my life.
Nikki: It's the only time I think that I saw you vulnerable. After the surgery, you really were a new man-- a kinder, gentler husband. Somebody who really wanted to make their family their priority.
Victor: I remember you asked me to give everything up and go--go away with you somewhere.
Nikki: You had promised me that for the longest time.
Victor: And what use would it have been? You decided to start a new business. You decided to run for office.
Nikki: You were too busy going after Jack.
Victor: Who would've thought that things would end up this way?
Daniel: Why aren't you eating your food?
Amber: I'm not hungry.
Daniel: Okay, well... box it up and I'll eat it later. Mm! Hey... you know... Cane is watching and he can see you. So maybe you should try and pretend like you're having a good time so it doesn't look like you're pining away for him.
Amber: He never sees me with anybody but you.
Daniel: What's that supposed to mean?
Amber: Shut up!
Daniel: See? That's what I'm talking about. A little laugh, a little giggle. Look, you are gonna have fun tonight if it kills you.
Daniel: Yep. Uh-huh.
Lily: You know, it's weird watching Karen with my dad.
Colleen: Well, does he like her, like her?
Lily: I think so.
Colleen: Do you?
Lily: I mean, she's nice. So... do you think they're a couple yet?
Colleen: How would I know? Ask your dad.
Lily: No, I meant... Amber and Daniel.
Colleen: Oh. Um, well, they're always together, but that doesn't mean anything.
Lily: No, it has to be more than that. But I knew this would happen.
Heather: So I skipped a grade and naturally was the youngest senior in my graduating class, and then the youngest freshman in my university class. Yeah.
Cane: Attention, I am sitting with a brainiac over here.
Heather: Well, at least until my junior year.
Cane: And then what happened?
Heather: I discovered boys. I had a serious crush, and I don't know, suddenly school wasn't so important anymore. What about you?
Cane: I discovered girls in the 5th grade.
Heather: I meant school.
Cane: I discovered girls in the 5th grade. No, my uncle and I did a lot of traveling in the outback. I wasn't really one for books. I wouldn't mind doing some business classes now.
Heather: Oh, you should.
Cane: Yeah, but with my schedule, it might be a little hard.
Heather: Well, what about online classes?
Cane: That's not a bad idea.
Heather: God, I can't imagine what Lily and Daniel went through. Being married and divorced so young?
Cane: Divorce is tough at any age. I wouldn't wish that on anyone.
Heather: You survived.
Cane: And I lived to tell the tale.
Victoria: You know... getting married isn't something that you just wanna do impulsively.
J.T.: When's the last time you did anything impulsively?
Victoria: Um, I bought a lottery ticket.
Victoria: I won $10.
J.T.: See? Good things come out of it. I got an idea. Let's make a list. Positives and negatives. Starting with the positives-- number one--
Victoria: Number one...
J.T.: Number one--
Victoria: Well... we both love each other.
J.T.: That was top of my list, too.
Victoria: Number two-- whenever I'm having a bad day, all I have to do is... look at you and, um... everything bad goes away. It disappears. Oh, and you make me laugh a lot.
J.T.: Well, that's gotta count for two. All right, number, um, number four-- your sexy feet.
J.T.: Oh, yeah. Oh, no, wait, this--this is your list, not my list. All right, number four--
J.T.: Number four-- we, uh, we always tell each other the truth, and we're always comfortable doing it.
Victoria: And there's no blame.
J.T.: I mean, how many people can say they have that?
Victoria: None. Number five--um... put down great kisser.
J.T.: Great kisser? Is that your list or mine?
J.T.: Both. Both. All right, let's get to the really important stuff here.
Victoria: All right.
J.T.: Toothpaste cap?
Victoria: No problem.
J.T.: Yeah? Toilet seat?
Victoria: You always remember.
J.T.: Clothes hamper?
Victoria: Well... two for three's not bad.
J.T.: I put my clothes in the hamper.
Victoria: Don't even try.
J.T.: Yeah. Sometimes you drink the last soda out of the fridge. Just for the record.
Victoria: Oh, yeah, I do, only when they're decaffeinated. I always leave the caffeinated ones for you. Always.
J.T.: All right, you're exonerated. Any negatives you wanna put down on this little list of ours?
Victoria: No, I can't think of one.
J.T.: Me either.
Victoria: That's crazy.
J.T.: I know. See, that's how it should be. That's how it should be. All right... one more for the positive side.
Victoria: Oh! J.T., itís beautiful.
J.T.: It's a garnet.
Victoria: How did you pick this stone?
J.T.: It'll be the baby's birthstone.
Victoria: Listen, I don't want you to take this the wrong way, but I'm a little superstitious when it comes to anything to do with the baby. Um... you know, it's--itís... it's an amazing ring. And I love it. And... I'm gonna put it on as soon as the baby's born.
J.T.: Is that a yes?
Victoria: Yes. Yes, I'll marry you.
Cane: I'm sorry I have to end this early, but construction starts at sunrise. And I've still got some paperwork I have to do at home.
Heather: I have to head back to the office. I've still got more work, too, so it's okay.
Cane: I'd like to do this again.
Heather: I'd like that.
Cane: I'll walk you to your car.
Cane: After you.
Nikki: Remember... when we remarried, remember the fear I had?
Victor: You were afraid you'd lose your independence if you were married to me.
Nikki: I hoped with everything in me that we would find a way to work that out.
Victor: So did I.
Nikki: You were my knight in shining armor. Swept me off my feet. Like a fairy tale. But I don't need that anymore. I don't need somebody to save me. I need somebody to accept who I am.
Victor: I can't accept you because I don't know the person that I'm looking at anymore. You're not the woman I married.
Nikki: Then I guess... it's over.
Victor: I'll have the attorney draw up the divorce papers.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Nick: If I ever forgot why I dislike you so much, you sure make it easy for me to remember.
Jack: I'm not answering anymore questions until I have my attorney present.
Victor: I would keep the news of our divorce quiet once they know, the gloves come off.
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