Y&R Transcript Tuesday 10/9/07

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 10/9/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 10/10/07 -- U.S.A.


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Nick: Thank you.

Victoria: Thank you.

Nick: You know, you're just way too happy for a caffeine addict who had to quit cold turkey.

Victoria: I am happy. I am helium balloon happy. J.T. and I got engaged.

Nick: Wow.

Victoria: (Laughs)

Nick: Wow. Uh, that's what you really want?

Victoria: Yeah! If I'm not in trouble.

Nick: No, no--

Victoria: I'm kidding. I want you to be happy for me. Be happy.

Nick: I am happy for you.

Victoria: Okay, I know what you're thinking-- odd couple. But we're not. We're not in--in the ways

Nick: Hey, I'm all for anything that makes you glow like this. Other than, like, a, you know, fever or hot flashes.

Victoria: With this? Hot flashes?

Nick: Yeah. (Laughs) congratulations.

Victoria: Thank you. I can't wait to tell Mom and Dad.

(Knock on door)

Nikki: So, um... I guess that's it. I called my lawyer.

Victor: Tell him to get in touch with my attorney.

Nikki: Do you think we could have this mediated?

Victor: I think we should let the professionals handle it.

Nikki: What about telling the kids?

Victor: We'll get it over with as soon as possible. Let's tell them.

Paul: Wow. Congratulations.

J.T.: Thank you very much.

Paul: That was kinda sudden. Your doubts, uh, melt away?

J.T.: Well, it never would've crossed my mind if you hadn't have brought 'em up. It can't be all that bad, right?

Paul: Well, getting engaged, a kid on the way, those are the biggest commitments you could make.

J.T.: I wanna make 'em. You know, there's a huge difference between the relationship I had with Colleen and the one I have with Victoria.

Paul: There's a huge difference to living in a loft alone with a bunch of hockey sticks in the corner, hamburger wrappers under the sofa, and being married to a Newman. A pregnant Newman.

J.T.: Oh, I really appreciate your support. But I am still down for it all-- babies, marriage, you name it.

Paul: Well, if that's the case, you have come a long way, my friend.

Colleen: That is so awesome. How does it feel?

Adrian: Like I finally accomplished something. And not only did I get the letter from the editor, but I made it out of the apartment. It's no wonder that writers go crazy.

Colleen: How were the changes?

Adrian: Not too drastic.

Colleen: Do you have to make them?

Adrian: No. But they don't have to publish the book, either.

Dean Lamont: Professor Korbel?

Adrian: Oh, Dean Lamont, good morning.

Dean Lamont: Morning.

Adrian: "Professor" has a nice ring to it, but I don't teach anymore. You remember Ms. Carlton?

Colleen: Hello.

Dean Lamont: Nice to see you again. Are you still at the U?

Colleen: Of course. Less than two years to go.

Dean Lamont: Very good. I wanted to speak to you about a position that opened up unexpectedly. Have time to join me?

Adrian: Yeah, give me a moment.

Colleen: You can't teach and be with me. It's university policy. What's the point of even meeting with her?

Adrian: I won't know until I hear what she has to say, all right?

Victoria: It's, um... it's a garnet.

Nick: It's nice. Why aren't you wearing it?

Victor: I'm gonna--I'm gonna wear it... once the baby's born.

Nick: Superstitious, much?

Victoria: I just don't wanna tempt the fates.

Nick: All right. You know, I can't remember the last time I saw you like this.

Victoria: Well, I can't remember the last time I felt like this.

Nick: Job, wedding, baby?

Victoria: Mm-hmm.

Nick: A lot to handle.

Victoria: I can multi-task.

Nick: Well, well, these aren't job acquisitions.

Victoria: I know. I know. I'm fine.

Nick: I know you're superwoman, but it doesn't mean you couldn't use some help.

Victoria: Okay, Mr. Know-it-all. Well, what is your solution?

Nick: Me. 

Victoria: So what are you gonna do? Are you gonna have the baby for me? I don't think so.

Nick: Uh, no. But I can take on some of the burden at work. You and Neil have been handling everything. I'm ready to reassume my duties as co-CEO.

Victoria: You don't have to do that.

Nick: I wanna do it.

Victoria: Nick, it's okay. Your wife is in jail, you're under as much stress as I am.

Nick: Yeah, well, I'm not pregnant.

Victoria: What, do you think that the pregnant lady can't handle it?

Nick: No, look, this isn't a challenge.

Victoria: Since when isn't it a challenge?

Nick: Look, you should be relaxing and taking care of yourself.

Victoria: Oh, don't hand me a cliché about working women and babies.

Nick: All I'm saying, is that if you ever have to choose between Newman as in the business, or Newman as in, you know, little dude in there, then--

Victoria: Well, it would obviously be him. You know that.

Nick: I know. And I wanna do something for him. And I wanna do something for his mother, too. By reassuming my job. (Sighs) you know, getting my wife out of prison? I don't have any control over that. But this-- running the business with my family's name on it-- I can do. And I'm ready.

Brad: You are always working.

Colleen: Hey. Or studying or both. My books cost more than my shopping habits.

Brad: Oh, that's a lot.

Colleen: Yeah, a lot more than I wanna talk about.

Brad: You look stressed, Honey. What's Adrian doing with the dean?

Colleen: Something about a job opening.

Brad: Really?

Victoria: Uh-huh.

Brad: But you're still a student.

Colleen: Now you know why I'm stressed.

Adrian: Uh, well, I do miss the classroom.

Dean Lamont: No one but you could fill in on such short notice.

Adrian: Yeah, tonight is really short.

Dean Lamont: It's an extension class in Romanesque to high gothic architecture.

Adrian: Mm-hmm.

Dean Lamont: And it's already met twice. I know that you're busy at work on your book, but when Professor Lev woke up this morning with phlebitis, you were the first one I thought of.

Adrian: I'm flattered.

Dean Lamont: Excellent. We'll pay you for the full semester. If everything works out, then--

Adrian: Hang on just a second. I-I haven't agreed to anything yet. There's still the matter of Ms. Carlton.

Dean Lamont: Ah. So you two have a personal relationship that you're now ready to acknowledge?

Adrian: Yes. Yes, we do.

J.T.: Joe Boddington, right? Yeah, well, I'm gonna be this guy's new best friend. Mr. Kickback is more like it.

Paul: Somebody's gotta be working with him.

J.T.: Yeah, well, hopefully soon. All right, I'll be in touch.

Paul: All right, so you get engaged and you're not taking the day off?

J.T.: Oh, trust me, we did plenty of celebrating. All right, if I'm Mr. Construction, what's your cover?

Paul: Uh, I thought I would be, uh, looking out .

J.T.: And publicly we're still on the outs, right?

Paul: Right. You know, I keep coming back to this--this character Joe.

J.T.: Mm-hmm.

Paul: Have you met him?

J.T.: No, not yet. I, uh, I've been watching him. I'm trying to move in slow.

Paul: Do you think there's any possibility at all he could be working alone?

J.T.: Well, you know Nikki's guy David Chow?

Paul: Yeah, from the campaign?

J.T.: Yeah, he's up here working for her, trying to jump start sales. And the other day in the restaurant, Victoria saw him with-- with Joe.

Paul: Really? You have a feeling about him?

J.T.: No, not yet. But I'm gonna get to the bottom of it.

David: Nikki, hi, it's me. Look, I just came back from the condo sales office, and as we had anticipated, the numbers are way under projection. But I have some ideas I'd like to implement that I believe could turn things around. I need your go-ahead on them, though, so give me a call. Oh, and by the way, I miss you. A lot.

Victor: Uh, kindly clear my schedule for the next few hours, except for the marketing meeting, all right? Thank you.

(Cell phone beeping)

Victor: That your paramour?

Nikki: Paramour?

Victor: Well, "Boyfriend" sounds rather ridiculous, don't you think?

Nikki: David is not the reason I want a divorce.

Victor: Of course. You have proven to be perfectly happy being married to one man while sleeping with another.

Nikki: Oh, Victor, please, I don't wanna fight with you, all right? For the sake of the children.

Victor: All right, and for the sake of business, because this kind of thing makes investors very nervous.

Nikki: So in public, we'll be civil.

Victor: Yep. We'll tell the children together.

Victoria: Pregnant lady occupational hazard. Lots of bathroom breaks.

Nick: Pregnant- soon-to-be-married-co-CEO with her brilliant brother- occupation you mean?

Victoria: That is the longest hyphenate title I think I've ever heard in my entire life.

Nick: Hey, as my boy would say, who da woman? You da woman. You know we're unstoppable together, right? I mean, there's a reason they call it Newman Enterprises. Let's call Mom and Dad and tell 'em the good news.

Victoria: Oh, mine first!

Nick: No, no, no, just 'cause you're pregnant doesn't mean you get special privileges. In fact, 'cause you're my sister, you get no privileges.

Victoria: Give me that.

(Cell phone ringing)

Nick: Actually, this is Dad right here. Perfect timing. Perfect timing!

Victor: Is that right?

Nick: Uh, yeah, Vicki and I are, uh, just at the club. Um, we were gonna call you.

Victoria: Invite them here.

Nick: Yeah, um, we have some news, wanted to know if you and Mom wanted to join us for lunch?

Victor: Uh, she's right here. Let me ask her.

Nick: He's asking.

Victor: The kids would like to have lunch with us. Uh, she agrees. Why don't we meet at the Athletic Club, okay? We have--we have some news, too.

Nick: Ah. Cool. See you soon. They're on their way.

Victoria: Did you hear any heavy objects being thrown?

Nick: No, it seemed reasonably calm.

Victoria: Hm, must be a post-Columbus day ceasefire or something.

Nick: That's wishful thinking.

Victoria: Well, I don't care. As long as I get my sappy family moment, it's fine.

Colleen: So if you need anything, just give me a wave.

Heather: Okay. Thanks, Colleen.

Brad: Hey, careful now. This is $4 million contract.

Colleen: Mm.

Brad: So how do you think the, uh, summit at Camp Korbel is going?

Colleen: I don't know. They didn't invite me to participate.

Brad: I hate seeing you so stressed.

Colleen: Dad, I'm fine. I'm just a little tired. I'm doing double shifts when I don't have classes. You know, what could possibly be taking so long

Brad: Well, maybe your boyfriend is translating the conversation into one of the many languages that he speaks.

Colleen: Not funny.

Brad: I'm sorry. Sorry. Hey, hey, hey, come here. Come here for a second. Can you just put this down and give me a moment?

Colleen: Okay.

Colleen: This is the biggest tip anyone's ever given me.

Brad: Part of it is to cover the rest of your tuition, pay your uncle back. The rest is for books and supplies.

Colleen: You really don't have to do this.

Brad: Yes, I do. And I'm going to cover the rest of your college tuition. So you might wanna consider a career that involves a lot of years of graduate school.

Colleen: Dad, um, thank you, but I can't--

Brad: Would you rather suffer and serve coffee?

Colleen: The reason you stopped paying is because you don't like Adrian.

Brad: I've accepted it.

Colleen: Well, next time it'll be something else, Dad.

Brad: All right, listen... I may not agree with every decision you make, and as your daddy, I have the right to tell you so. But I will never, never withdraw my financial support again. You have my word.

Colleen: I don't know what to say.

Brad: Thank you will suffice.

Colleen: Thank you.

Nick: Thank you.

Victoria: Thanks. Okay, so now you're up to speed on the project.

Nick: Yes, I'm up to speed, but I'm not happy. Sales are terrible. Costs are inflated.

Victoria: I know. That's why J.T.'s up there right now. There's some sort of kickback thing going on. He's posing as a construction worker.

Nick: What?

Victoria: It's a long story. I'll tell you later.

Nikki: Hi, Darling.

Victoria: Hey, Mom.

Nick: Oh, hey, Mom. Hey, Dad.

Victor: Hello. Hello, Sweetheart.

Victoria: Dad.

Nikki: Hi, Honey. Thank you.

Victor: Well, the whole family together.

Victoria: Yes, isn't this nice?

Nikki: Yeah.

Victoria: Okay, I know that you all have news, but I am so excited that I can't wait. I'm gonna share mine with you. J.T. and I are engaged.

Victor: Ah.

Nick: Uh, well, this is the part where you're supposed to say something.

Victor: Are you doing this for the baby?

Victoria: No. Dad, I love him.

Victor: All right.

Victoria: You know, for so long with Brad, every time I woke up in the morning, I dreaded getting out of bed. All of the fear and the hiding? I was worried about myself. I was worried about you guys, too. You know? For the first time in my life, with J.T., I wake up and I'm happy. And I laugh. And contrary to how I look, I feel a lot lighter. I wish you'd all be happy for me.

Nikki: Honey, we are happy.

Victor: Absolutely.

Nick: Well, my news, uh, isn't nearly as exciting as hers, but I've decided to come back to Newman Enterprises as co-CEO.

Victor: I'm glad to hear that, Son.

Nikki: Ah. Yes, your father has missed you in that role. Very happy to hear that you wanna come back.

Victoria: Very "Co," though. Very "Co."

Nick: Yeah, very "Co."

Victor: Well, I'm thrilled.

Victoria: So am I. You know, there's just so much going on, and now when the baby comes, I'm not gonna have to panic.

Nick: We'll never question each other's loyalty.

Victoria: No. It's perfect.

Nick: Yeah.

Victoria: So now that we've managed to monopolize the entire conversation--

Nick: Yeah, you guys had some news, too? What's up?

Nikki: Tell them.

Victor: Your mother and I are going to get a divorce.

Victoria: Well, I can't say that I'm shocked.

Victor: I didn't think you would be.

Victoria: I'm sad.

Nick: Very.

Nikki: So am I.

Victoria: But I'm not shocked.

Nick: (Sighs) why now?

Nikki: The fighting... is just exhausting. It's not good for us, it's not good for the two of you.

Victor: Besides, it's bad for business.

Nikki: This decision was mutual.

Victor: I think we owe it to ourselves to be honest for a moment. When your mother decided to move into a hotel room with another man, and then parade through this club, this was more than I could take.

Nikki: I'm sorry, let me just reiterate to everyone at this table that I did not stay in anybody else's hotel room. I have my own hotel room. And I wouldn't have seeked the company of any other man if my husband had been emotionally present.

Victor: That must come straight out of a self-help book.

Nikki: Actually, I learned that when you abandoned me.

Victor: The right to make simple-minded statements, but you take the cake, my dear.

Nikki: Thank you very much. I don't know how any woman with any self-esteem can live with you for a day. How did I wait so long? How did I stand it?

Victor: I have given you everything.

Nikki: Yes. Yes, you did. And what do you want me to do? What do you want? You want me to cut open a vein? You want blood? What do you want?

Victor: I detest you.

Victoria: Dad. Dad, you don't have to go. Don't go.

Victor: No, Sweetheart, I'm not hungry. I'm very happy about the news, okay? Very happy.

Nikki: I'm sorry, Guys.

Nick: It's all right.

Colleen: If you stay here long enough, you can get dessert on the house.

Heather: Oh, well, before I got here, I had four arraignments, so, uh, I think I should get the whole kitchen.

Colleen: Well, I can-- I'll see what I can do, okay?

Heather: Okay. Thank you.

Colleen: Oh!

Man: Hey!

Colleen: Oh, I'm so sorry! I'm sorry!

Man: This is a $2,000 suit!

Colleen: Yeah, yeah, I'm-- I'll go--I can go get that dry cleaned for you. I'm so sorry.

Man: Yeah, where's your manager?

Colleen: Sir, can you just please keep your voice down? Please?

Heather: Sir?

Man: This waitress of yours just ruined my suit.

Heather: Oh, no, no, no, I'm, uh, I'm not the manager. I'm the district attorney. You know, the one the police call when you call them? Anyway, I was here and I saw what happened. And in my opinion, I think this waitress is being incredibly gracious considering you were clearly at fault. So unless you'd like to be escorted off the premises for disturbing the peace, I suggest you take the towel. Have a nice day.

Colleen: Um... thank you so much. That was really nice of you.

Heather: No problem at all. Sorry about that.

David: Thank you. It's good to see you again, Paul.

Paul: Yeah, same here. So, uh, what are you doing? Are you up here for Nikki?

David: Yes, I am, for Nikki and N.V.P. how about you?

Paul: Well, I'm just keeping an eye on things for Victor.

David: Victor?

Paul: Yeah, he's entitled. It's his money.

J.T.: A little free advice? If it's about money, don't talk to him. He couldn't even afford to pay me.

Paul: Hey, listen, you left on your own accord.

J.T.: Yeah, because I don't work for pennies. Enjoy your meal.

Paul: What do you bet he flunked charm school?

Nikki: Well, it appears we are now a table of three. You kids wanna order?

Victoria: Mom, you can't eat when you're upset.

Nick: Well, you can’t.

Victoria: No, I got it from her.

Nikki: Look, um... it's really for the best. Let's just get off the topic. I wanna hear about your engagement. Maybe we should order some sparkling cider, huh? And celebrate? I wanna hear all about it.

Victoria: I'm not-- I'm not in the mood.

Nick: Yeah, actually, if you don't mind, I'm gonna go talk to Dad right now.

Nikki: Honey... don't feel that you have to defend me.

Nick: Sometimes the only person a father will hear is his son. I'll call you later, Sis.

Victoria: All right. Well, it's good thing you never wanted to be an actress.

Nikki: What?

Victoria: Mom, you're a terrible liar. You are completely and utterly transparent.

Nikki: Maybe to you.

Victoria: Do you remember when Cassie died? And how Noah wouldn't cry for months and when I asked him why, he said he was crying on the inside.

Nikki: Yeah. I do. I wanna be angry, and I am. Because I would much rather feel angry... than this.

Victoria: I know. Mom... Mom, it's okay to let it out.

Nikki: No. No, we're in public.

Victoria: Okay.

Nikki: You know... sometimes I still look in the mirror, and I see... that naive young girl that I used to be. I was so young. And my family was just...

Victoria: Dysfunctional?

Nikki: Oh... yeah. I'll tell you something. I think when you're with a strong man long enough, it kinda rubs off on you. I mean, I knew your father was controlling. I absolutely knew it and I married him anyway. I think, in some way, it comforted me. So I have no one to blame but myself.

Victor: You're here to blame me or what?

Nick: Nope. I just wanna know, Dad, what you really want?

Victor: I want to study these financials. What's this?

Nick: That's a woodworking pattern for a cradle. I think we should build it together for Victoria's baby.

Victor: You're gonna be C.E.O. again soon, Son. I don't think you have the time to build a cradle.

Nick: We start with the headboard first.

Nick: I think birch is what we should use. It's good. One from the stand down by the stables? You know what's great about birch? Is during a storm, it bends, it doesn't break.

Victor: Son, you're very poetic. But your mother is not a gale-force, nor am I a birch tree, okay?

Nick: Mom is the tree. She has bent with you, for you, year after year.

Victor: Give me a break. You don't think I've bent with her? End of conversation, all right?

Nick: Look, I know you love her and she loves you, too. You're both just too damn stubborn.

Victor: Son, what happens between a husband and a wife is not the business of the children, all right? Let's deal with more pressing business.

Nick: Look, I know a man who remembers a tear in his sleeve at the elbow when he was dropped off at an orphanage is too afraid to ever hurt that much again. And he will cut off whatever he loves before he'll let it hurt him again.

Victor: All sentimental claptrap, okay?

Nick: Why don't you take another look at that cradle? I think we should build it.

Adrian: Well, thank you. I have a lot to consider.

Dean Lamont:


Colleen: Don't tell me. Um, you can teach if I'm exiled to Madison? But you see, if I wanted to work at the University of Wisconsin, I'd already be there. And I actually wanna go to the G.C.--

Adrian: At the risk of interrupting the conversation you're having with yourself--

Colleen: What?

Adrian: I miss teaching.

Colleen: I know. And I don't wanna stand in your way.

Adrian: She didn't set the terms, Colleen, I did. But if I had to choose between a G.C.U. classroom and you? I'd choose you. Every time.

Colleen: Well, you better choose me.

Adrian: Wasn't even close. Okay, maybe a little--

Colleen: Hey! So what did she say?

Adrian: Just don't take a class I'm teaching.

Colleen: Well, just don't ask me to be your T.A.

Adrian: Deal.

Colleen: Deal.

David: J.T.? You got a minute?

J.T.: Sure.

David: Great.

J.T.: What can I do for you?

David: I was wondering, um, have you spoken to Victoria at all today? She and her mother are supposedly running this project, aren't they?

J.T.: Yeah, yeah, and?

David: And I'd like to see it succeed. Now if your former boss is here poking around for Victor, I'd like to know why. Let me buy you a cup of coffee.


Victoria: She's just as unhappy as he is.

Nick: Well, they can't live with each other, they can't live without--

Victoria: You know, it was... it was right around Christmastime the last time they split up. Mom was sending out Christmas cards when she and Dad got into it, I remember. (Sighs) I overheard them. Because I was upstairs with Miguel making Christmas presents. And Dad told her it was over between them. I guess I wasn’t... very shocked. For awhile. And when I asked Mom if they were getting a divorce, she said that, you know, it was over and that we were... that we were moving. I didn't understand why it was happening. And when I asked her why they couldn't fix things, she told me some things just weren't fixable. And I worried-- I was really worried that I would never see dad again. And that because he stopped being Mom's husband, that he would... stop being my father, too, somehow.

Nick: That didn't happen.

Victoria: No, it didn't happen.

David: So... from investigation to construction. Wow. That's quite a difference.

J.T.: Well, here, they pay. Paul didn’t. End of story.

David: So you think Victor sent Paul here just to look around?

J.T.: Well, you know Victor. "Eternal vigilance is the price of being filthy rich."

David: Right. Yeah, but, I am involved with his wife, and you're involved with his daughter. Maybe Victor sent Paul here to keep an eye on us.

J.T.: I hear you. Yeah, I was really hoping to work a little overtime to make some extra cash, but with phase three slowing down to a crawl, it doesn't look like that's gonna happen.

David: Yeah, come on, it's not like your girlfriend isn't set financially.

J.T.: Hey, hey, hold on. When you take Nikki out to a restaurant or a movie, get her a gift, you let her pay for it?

David: Point taken.

J.T.: Mm-hmm.

David: The beer is definitely on me.

J.T.: All right. Well, I appreciate it. And when I'm a little more flush, I'm buying.

David: Sounds good.

Nick: There you go.

Victoria: Thank you.

Victoria: These hormones-- they make me so sentimental.

Nick: Not gonna be able to use that excuse much longer. Did you hear me, bruiser? Yo, bruiser!

Victoria: What is the macho thing about guys that they have to give boys Nicknames like spike and bruiser?

Nick: Hey. That was Noah’s idea. And you know what his first nickname was for him? "The house of pain." See, Noah’s kinda hoping his cousin turns out to be a professional wrestler, since I have banned that as a career choice.

Victoria: Oh, that is so not happening. But if this baby pays attention in utero, he may grow up to be a champion dart thrower.

Nick: I could teach him.

Victoria: You know, I know that we can't fix Mom and Dad. We shouldn't even try.

Nick: Well, we're nothing like them. And the way we raise our kids--

Victoria: Will be nothing-- nothing like the way they did it. I'm marrying J.T. and I'm having his baby. And I think that makes me the happiest person in the world. Maybe ever.

Brad: Good to know.

Victoria: I didn't know you were standing there.

Brad: You don't say? So congratulations on the impending nuptials. But, you know, I'm a little bit confused. How is it J.T.'s baby? Last I heard, there was--

Nick: Hey, Brad, why don't you take a hike?

Brad: Nick, you don't need to protect your sister. Believe me, she can take care of herself.

Nick: Yeah, well, we're having a private conversation.

Brad: It shouldn't have been.

Victoria: Um... it's okay, just give us a minute.

Nick: I'll be in Dad's office waiting for you.

Victoria: I'm sorry that this is how you found out, all right? J.T. asked me last night. I would've-- I would've told you.

Brad: And when might that have been?

Victoria: I'm surprised you care that much.

Brad: I care about the baby. And if he turns out to be my son there is no amount of Newman money in the world that's going to keep me from raising him.

Heather: Taking a sudden interest in gothic architecture?

Adrian: Oh, you know how it is with pop culture-- Flavor Flav, video games, podcasts--gotta keep up. Gothic architecture.

Heather: Yeah.

Adrian: I wanted to thank you for standing up for Colleen.

Heather: Oh. Well, no thanks needed. The guy was a philistine. It was horrible.

Adrian: Well, if you'll excuse me, I have a ton of work to do and not much time to do it in.

Heather: Sounds good. I'll see you in class.

Adrian: Excuse me?

Heather: Well, you're taking over the extension class for Dr. Levi

Adrian: Yeah, how do you know that?

Heather: I got the e-mail. I mean, I think everyone did. I'm one of your new students.

Paul: So what happened with you and Chow?

J.T.: I came, I saw, I drank, I pled poverty and let him buy.

Paul: All right, so the bait's in the water.

J.T.: Yeah, if this guy's a shark, let's see if he'll take a bite.

David: Nikki, hey! I finally reached you. How are you?

Nikki: Well, it's official.

David: What is? Your husband's not to be trusted?

Nikki: He's not gonna be my husband much longer. We told the kids we're getting a divorce.

Nick: We... will respect whatever decision you make.

Victor: As I told you, I already have made my decision.

Victoria: All we're asking, Dad, is that you're kind.

Nick: Out of respect for all the years that you were married. And if that doesn't work, then out of respect for us.

Victoria: Don't decimate Mom. Don't be cruel, please. (Knock on door)

Victor: Come in.

Nikki: Oh. I didn't know the kids were here.

Victor: They wanted to talk to me. And I listened.

Nick: Good.

Victoria: Thank you.

Victor: And I heard.

Nikki: They're more upset about this than I thought they would be.

Victor: I would think their mother flaunting her relationship with another man in public would be more upsetting to them than their father not being able to put up with it.

Nikki: Victor... I never intended to flaunt anything.

Victor: How does it make you feel having failed in business and as a wife? How does that make you feel? I'm sure not too good, does it? If I were you, I'd turn to the arms of anyone who opened them as well.

(Door slams)

Victoria: Yeah, I told them at lunch. They're thrilled for us.

Nick: Yes, a message for Phyllis Newman, please.

Victoria: I know. I miss you already.

Nick: Just tell her to call her husband and that... I love her very much. I don't care what your policy is! Just give her the damn message!

Victoria: Okay, I love you, too.

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

Jeff: I've been lying to you.

Michael: Processing could take a few hours--

Phyllis: Really? I could be home tonight?

Kevin: I have a plan to get you out of here.

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