Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/11/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/11/07 -- Canada; Friday 10/12/07 -- U.S.A.

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Jack: My trip to Madison couldn't have gone any better. Yeah, we were up 4:00 straightening things out. I got a little nap on the plane. How's my beautiful wife? Yeah, and Noah-- oh, how did his presentation go? "A-minus?" That's amazing! Well, we gotta celebrate. What about Phyllis? What was the ruling?

Phyllis: It was denied? I-I don't understand that. How could that happen?

Michael: It could've been for any number of reasons.

Phyllis: Well, what-- what did they say exactly? What--what did they say? "The court considers the arguments posed by the defendant to be without merit." It's denied. This is--this is it? They--they don't wanna elaborate?

Michael: The judge might've known someone who lives near Clear Springs. Really, Phyllis, it could've been anything.

Phyllis: Don't-- listen, don't they have to explain something, don't they?

Michael: They did. They said that they found the case to be without merit.

Phyllis: But I don't understand this! This doesn't mean anything to me.

Michael: Phyllis--

Phyllis: I mean, I don't understand this! This is a nightmare, Michael! (Sighs) listen, don't take this the wrong way, but I think I need another lawyer.

Michael: That's ridiculous. No. Look, no one's gonna work harder for you than me. I-I will do everything I can--

Phyllis: Michael, it's not working. It's not working. It's not working. They're not listening to your arguments. It's not working. I-I cannot stay in here another day, Michael. I have to get out of here. Please, please.

Colleen: Hi! You look happy.

Adrian: That's 'cause I'm back teaching.

Colleen: Throngs of unformed minds hanging onto your every dangling participle.

Adrian: I never dangle participles.

Colleen: Uh-huh.

Adrian: So what is this?

Colleen: It's for you. A little welcome back to teaching thing.

Adrian: Slides? My slides?

Colleen: Yep. All in order for your class. I know you don't have a teaching assistant, so... I know you're hopeless at that stuff.

Adrian: I only pretended to be hopeless so I could spend more time with you.

Colleen: Oh, you did?

Adrian: Mm-hmm.

Colleen: Oh, really?

Heather: Good morning.

Adrian: Hi!

Colleen: Oh, um, Heather called and she said she was gonna stop by and drop off that book.

Adrian: Great.

David: Wait until you see the firehouse. You are gonna be more than happy with the restoration.

Nikki: Well, I'd be happier if the condos were selling. You know anybody who'd be interested?

David: My ex-wife. She always wanted to live in a place like Clear Springs.

Nikki: Great. Call her. We could use the business.

David: I don't think so. We haven't spoken since our divorce.

Nikki: Wow. I wonder if that's how it's gonna be for Victor and me.

David: I can't imagine that. The two of you have family, children, grandchildren.

Nikki: I don't know if that's enough.

David: Hey, when things start looking bleak, I think it's best to try and remain positive.

Nikki: What are you talking about right now, my marriage or Clear Springs?

David: Well, I'm not exactly rooting for you and Victor.

Nikki: We are 17% below projected sales.

David: You know something? I think it's time for you to get your mind off all these things and enjoy a little pampering.

Nikki: What do you suggest? A day at my own spa?

David: I was thinking more like a day with me away from your spa.

Nikki: That I could do.

Nick: I'm meeting with another lawyer to go over the case, see if anything was missed.

Victor: I'm sorry that she lost her appeal.

Nick: Dad, I need your help. I need you to call in a favor, lean on the right people, do whatever it takes. Just please, get my wife out of prison now.

Michael: You have three options, and we're gonna pursue all of them. First, we go to the supreme court of Wisconsin and we try to get them to overturn it.

Phyllis: You said my chances weren't good.

Michael: That doesn't mean we don't try. We try. We don't give up hope, do we?

Phyllis: There's a woman here-- she's been here for years. And she's been working on her own case for years. Every day she spends in the library, reading law books, Michael. I don't wanna be her. I don't wanna be that woman. I don't wanna be her. You know, she told me that if the appeals court overturns--

Michael: Wait, wait, wait, hold on, you are taking advice from another inmate?

Phyllis: No, listen to it. That the supreme court-- the chances of them hearing my appeal is very, very low.

Michael: Look, listen--

Phyllis: I don't like those odds.

Michael: We are going to try everything. And do not overlook the possibility that we could get your sentence commuted or even pardoned.

Phyllis: I'm not holding my breath.

Michael: Look, I know plenty of cases-- they seemed hopeless. And then suddenly there's an unexpected breakthrough. It happens. And Nick-- Nick is working on things on his end.

Phyllis: Do you think that Nick can do something that you can't do?

Michael: Listen to me, we're gonna take help from wherever we get it, right?

Nikki: So why don't you and your ex-wife talk anymore?

David: Most likely because I started seeing Carmen soon after we filed for divorce.

Nikki: Meaning, I'm getting close to a man who cheated on his wife? I'm sorry. I didn't mean anything by that.

David: It's all right. It was a mistake to get married to her so soon after my second wife died. We both knew it wasn't working.

Nikki: What happened?

David: Does it really matter?

Nikki: Yeah, it does to me.

David: Okay. We were disconnected. We never seemed to find the time to spend together, despite the fact that we both worked

Nikki: That sounds familiar.

David: So as a result, Carmen and I-- we gravitated toward each other. But my marriage was well over way before I fell in love with her. And when she was murdered, I... I just threw myself into my work.

Nikki: Let me guess, that was about the same time you started taking shots at me for Jack's campaign?

David: I will forever regret doing that.

Nikki: You've made up for it.

David: I'm here to support you, Nikki. Whatever you need.

Colleen: The energy created by the flinging and the flowing of paint, and I don't know, the way he puts his body movements into his work-- I think's amazing.

Heather: I never got Jackson Pollock.

Adrian: Jack the Dripper?

Colleen: Okay, I'm late for class. I better go.

Heather: Okay, bye.

Colleen: See you later.

Adrian: See ya.

Heather: I should probably get go. I just wanna grab that book. I was showing it to someone in my office. And I can see it sitting right there on my desk where I left it.

Adrian: You know, you have a full schedule for an assistant district attorney. What made you wanna add to that by taking my class?

Heather: I suppose I'm testing my time management skills against my love of art and constitutional law.

Adrian: Two classes? That's impressive.

Heather: Do you have a second to stick around? I wanted to ask you a couple questions about my, uh, topic for my first paper.

Adrian: Actually, I can't stay, but why don't we discuss this some other time?

Jack: Michael, its Jack Abbott.

Michael: You heard about the appeal?

Jack: Yeah. How did you let this happen?

Michael: The judge I usually bribe was out of town.

Jack: So you lost the case, you lost the appeal. What kind of lawyer are you?

Michael: You've got a hell of a nerve criticizing anybody. What’s going on in Madison? You know, anytime scandal hits the senator or his family, public opinion turns against my client.

Jack: So I'm to blame for your incompetence, is that it?

Michael: If it weren't for your delusions of grandeur to begin with, Phyllis wouldn't be in this mess!

Heather: Thank you.

Paul: So how are things going at the D.A.'s office?

Heather: Mm. It's not all that different than Chicago, really.

Paul: Our town isn't too small for you, huh?

Heather: No. Even if it were, I've always loved Genoa City. I think I'm gonna like it even more now that I have some friends, too, so... that, and I'm taking some extension courses at the university.

Paul: Oh, that's great.

Heather: Yeah.

Paul: Hey, listen, Maggie and I wanna take you out to dinner, too.

Heather: Oh, really? I would love that! When?

Paul: Uh, I don't know. I'll have her call you. She's the one that makes the plans, you know?

Heather: Okay.

(Cell phone ringing)

Heather: Oh! Sorry, I just have to grab this.

Paul: Mm.

Heather: Heather Stevens. You found it? Great! Okay, just hold on one second. Okay, go ahead. Okay, great, thank you so much. Would you mind if I make a call?

Paul: No, not at all. Take your time.

Heather: Okay. Hi, this is Heather Stevens, Macey’s old roommate. I hope you guys are doing well. Um, I was wondering if you guys could give me a call back when you have a chance. I have a question to ask you about something that belonged to your daughter.

[Nikki in the break room at Newman’s holding Summer] [Nick is about to enter the room and stops to listen to his mom talk to Summer]

Nikki: What, do you see those little treats? Here, let's put them over here. Put them over here. There we go. There we go. You want one? There you go. Yes, you eat those and grow big and strong. Oh! Oh, very hungry. Very hungry. Oh, you just have the whole world ahead of you. Your whole life ahead of you, sweet baby. Yes. Ooh! I can't wait for you to get a little bit older. You know why? 'Cause we're gonna have so much fun. We can go on trips up to the lake with your daddy. And we can go horseback riding. Oh, my goodness, and you'll be playing in my high heels. And the next thing you know, you'll be in your own high heels. Yes, you will. And then pretty soon, you'll be dating. Although, between you and me, I don't think that your daddy will let you until you're about 30. (Laughs) and speaking of that, let me give you some advice, Miss Summer. When you start looking for a husband, you make sure... that he loves you. It doesn't matter if he has money or influence or any of that. Make sure he loves you and respects you, okay? 'Cause your grandpa-- your grandpa used to adore me. He treated me like a princess, until I decided I wanted to be independent, and then that all changed. Yeah, it did. So you keep that in mind, and I will always be there to remind you of that. Absolutely. Absolutely! Who's that?

[Nick enters the room]

Nick: They said you took Summer out of daycare.

Nikki: I did. She shouldn't be there in the first place. No, she shouldn’t. I don't get to spend enough time alone with her.

Nick: Well, just as long as you're not trash talking my wife.

Nikki: No. She didn't even come up. I'm giving her advice on what to look for in a husband.

Nick: Well, she's not dating until she's, like, 40, so...

Nikki: You see? I told you. I told you. You mind if I spend a little more time with her?

Nick: No. She obviously likes spending time with you.

Nikki: Yes. And I love spending time with her. Mwah!

Jack: You should never have lost that appeal. I'm sorry.

Phyllis: Michael's working on it. We're gonna take it to the state supreme court. We're gonna take it to the U.S. Supreme court if we have to.

Jack: That's the Phyllis I know-- never take no for an answer.

Phyllis: Absolutely not. I refuse to take no. I'm not giving up. I'm gonna fight this for six years if I have to.

Jack: And I'm gonna fight it with you.

Phyllis: Good. Nick is working on it, too.

Jack: How about Victor? He has friends in high places. What?

Phyllis: Vic--Victor came to me and, uh, he-- he said that he had a contact who oversees the work release program.

Jack: And he hasn't done anything about it yet?

Phyllis: Well, he, um, he wanted me to be a good citizen, and this is when they were investigating your owning Jabot. He said if I had any information...

Jack: That maybe he could help? Well, I guess I'm not surprised. That's pretty classic Victor.

Phyllis: I mean, he said that the governor could even commute my sentence.

Jack: Maybe you should've taken him up on it.

Phyllis: I would never betray my friends.

Jack: I'd take a fall for you any day.

Phyllis: I wouldn't want you to.

Jack: You always get your way?

Phyllis: Eventually.

Jack: I want you to know I am gonna work every angle I know to get you out of here.

Phyllis: Thank you. That's gonna ruin your image, don't you think?

Jack: My image? I'm before the ethics committee, my wife is in the tabloids again. My image is not so good.

Owen: Phyllis.

Phyllis: Oh, Chaplain, hey!

Owen: I came by to see how you're doing.

Phyllis: Thank you. You heard about my appeal?

Owen: I'm very sorry.

Phyllis: Reverend Anderson, this is, uh... Senator Jack Abbott.

Owen: Jack.

Jack: Chaplain.

Owen: Good to see you.

Jack: How do you do?

Phyllis: You guys know each other?

[Jack remembering]

Owen: Your father gave me something before he died. Um, and it so happens I'm in Genoa City right now. If it's not too late, I could bring it by.

Jack: Are you sure that's not too much trouble?

Owen: No trouble at all.

Jack: Okay, you need to add one more thing. "I appoint Jack Abbott the sole executor of this will"

John: I appoint Jack Abbott as the sole executor of this will. Okay.

Jack: Okay, now sign it and date it, April 21st.

John: Okay. But it's May.

Jack: It's April, Dad.

John: Huh. April 21, 2006. John Abbott. Okay, Jackie. Okay...

Jack: No, you don't need to give it to me. Fold that up. Put it in your pocket.

John: Fold it. Yeah.

Jack: And give it... to the chaplain here at the prison. To the chaplain, okay?

John: The chaplain?

Owen: We met before. Congratulations on becoming a state senator.

Jack: Thank you, Chaplain. Uh, you work here now?

Owen: Yeah, well, I was transferred. The previous chaplain retired.

Phyllis: Yeah, Reverend Anderson and I really hit it off.

Owen: Ms. Newman is an interesting woman.

Jack: Yes, she is.

Owen: She's led a full life.

Phyllis: Oh, yes, I have. Definitely. It's very comforting to know that I-I have him to talk to instead of Jana.

Jack: Well, don't get too comfortable. You're not gonna be here that much longer.

Phyllis: Really? Are we talking work release program or a prison break?

Nick: You know, Phyllis' appeal was denied.

Nikki: I'm sorry.

Nick: Well, we're not giving up.

Nikki: Is there anything I can do?

Nick: Not right now. I don't want you worrying about it. You have enough going on. So does Summer.

Nikki: I was just warning her about men.

Nick: Are you talking about Dad? Mom, do you guys really need to rush into divorce? Why don't you just separate for awhile?

Nikki: Darling, we have been separated.

Nick: I find it very hard to believe that you don't love him anymore.

Nikki: It's very complicated.

Nick: And what if David Chow wasn't in the picture?

Nikki: It wouldn't change anything. He would still be treating me the same way.

Nick: Look, Dad is very hurt. He's angry.

Nikki: But it doesn't give him the right to walk all over me. And if he calls in those loans, I don't what I'm gonna do.

Nick: He's not gonna do that.

Nikki: Don't be so sure. Your father would do anything to get his way.

Jana: Hi.

Phyllis: Hey.

Jana: Um, I, uh, I heard about your appeal being denied. I'm sorry.

Phyllis: Thank you. Thanks.

Jana: You know, I saw Kevin’s web site on the internet. "Free Jana Hawkes." It's getting hundreds of hits.

Phyllis: Whoa, whoa, wait a second, you have access to the internet?

Jana: Well, yeah. I mean, I get privileges 'cause I'm not a convicted felon, as of yet anyway. But, um... they're still writing about your husband. I printed some out for you if you want to see.

Phyllis: Where--where-- what is that?

Jana: It's your press clippings, everything they said about you. I printed it out for you.

Phyllis: Where'd you get that?

Jana: Well, on the internet. I did it for you.

Phyllis: I-I'm not interested in that, okay? So just put it away, all right?

Jana: Well, what do you want me to do with it?

Phyllis: I don't-- I don't care what you do with it. Just get rid of it. Burn it. Do whatever. Do whatever you want.

Woman: Jana Hawkes?

Jana: Yes?

Woman: You have a visitor.

Jana: Who is it?

Woman: David Chow.

Phyllis: The... David Chow? That--that was a boyfriend of--

Jana: Yeah, Carmen’s. I know. That's why I called him here.

Nick: Dad, I know you don't like hearing this, but I still don't get how you can treat Mom like this.

Victor: You have no idea how far a field your mother has gone. When Clear Springs was about to go under, I loaned her the money to bail her out. And she still did not follow my recommendations. Then against my very strong advice, she decides to run for the senate seat, and of course, loses, and makes a fool of herself in the process. And to top things off, she gallivants around town with this excuse for a man and doesn't make a secret of it. Now how much of this do you think I'm willing to take?

Nick: I can understand why you feel like that, but... does it still have to end in a bitter divorce?

Victor: You bet.

Jana: Mr. Chow?

David: Do you even know who I am?

Jana: You're, um, you're a friend of Carmen’s.

David: I was more than a friend. I wanted to marry her.

Jana: I wanted to thank you for coming to meet me today.

David: I was reluctant to come. I didn't know if I could even look at you. Why did you ask me to come here?

Jana: Well, um... the anniversary of Carmen’s death is in a few weeks. And I can't stop thinking about it. Um... I wanted to contact Carmen’s family.

David: If you're looking for absolution--

Jana: I wanted to say how sorry I am. I don't expect them to forgive me.

David: I've never quite understood why? Why Carmen? What did she ever do to you?

Jana: Um, well... it started when... I stole something from Victoria Newman. And, um... Carmen found me with it. And my--my tumor, my illness, I mean, it took complete control over me.

David: I remember exactly how I felt when I heard the news. It was as if a 300-pound weight was put on my heart. I couldn't breathe. I was on a business trip overseas. I missed every meeting that day. I just... sat in my room looking at the walls for hours.

Jana: Please tell me what I can do for you-- for Carmen’s family. I want to... I want to atone for everything that I've done. I-I want to spend my life helping people. Please.

Heather: I would always get a little jealous when they would come to visit Macey. You know, they had the perfect family-- the mother, the father, complete with the annoying little brother. Macey would complain about 'em a lot, but... I would've given anything to have had a family like that.

Paul: And your mother never remarried?

Heather: After Robert? The abuser?

Paul: Yeah, it--it was hard knowing what your mother was going through, especially when she refused... to admit it was happening.

Heather: I was sure he was gonna kill her one of those times.

Paul: That was my fear, too. April swore to me that, uh... he never hit you.

Heather: He did once. My mother was on the floor, and, uh, he was kicking her, and she was screaming. And I couldn't take it anymore, so I went up to him and I grabbed his arm and he just sent me right across the room. Knocked the wind right out of me.

Paul: I had no idea.

Heather: Yeah, well, ahem, I haven't exactly had the best male role models in my life. My real father hasn't even cared enough to get to know me. I had a therapist once tell me that's why I'm so motivated. I'm trying to prove myself to someone that doesn't even care. But hey, I mean, what do they know at $200 a pop? Right?

(Cell phone ringing)

Heather: Oh, it's Macey’s parents. I have to get this. Hello? Hi, how are you? Yes! I'm great! Thanks. Yeah, I love Genoa City. Mm-hmm. You'd never guess who I ran into. Professor Korbel. Precisely! Yes, art history. He's doing well. Um, you know, funny thing is he actually still has the leaning tower of Pisa figurine that you gave him. Really? Um, well, he said it was a gift.

Colleen: Excuse me? Can I get two iced Americanos with an extra shot and room for cream? Thank you.

Jack: Ooh, sounds lethal.

Colleen: Uncle Jack, hi!

Jack: Hey! We miss seeing you around the house.

Colleen: Oh, you guys, too. I've just been crazy with work and school and-- how are you?

Jack: Been reading the papers lately?

Colleen: Oh, I ignore that stuff. I go straight for the internet.

Jack: Yeah, that actually could be worse.

Colleen: Too bad about Phyllis' case.

Jack: Actually, I just came from being with her. She's hanging in there.

Colleen: Well, I have some good news.

Jack: I can always use good news.

Colleen: Dad decided to pay my tuition.

Jack: Colleen.

Colleen: I know. He's--he's reimbursing you and he's paying for my books.

Jack: And why do you think this sudden burst of generosity?

Colleen: Well, you know, my dad can be a bit infuriating, but eventually, he comes around.

Jack: You think so?

Colleen: He said no strings attached, so... um, thank you. There you go. I wanted to say thank you for all your help.

Jack: Hey, that's what uncles are for, right?

Colleen: Yeah.

Jack: Oh, by the way, did you hear? Ashley's engaged.

Colleen: Yes, Abby told me. That's fantastic.

(Cell phone ringing)

Colleen: Um, I gotta go.

Jack: Yeah.

Colleen: So I'll see you soon.

Jack: Take care, kiddo.

Colleen: Bye.

Jack: Hello. Jack Abbott.

Michael: I may have a way to help Phyllis. Meet me in Victor's office A.S.A.P.

Maggie: Um... hey! Playing hard to get?

Paul: Oh, hi. I'm sorry, my head is, um, elsewhere.

Maggie: What's wrong?

Paul: You got a minute? You wanna, uh, sit down?

Maggie: Yeah. Yeah.

Paul: (Sighs) so, uh, did you-- you want something to drink?

Maggie: No, no, no, I was just--I was just leaving. What... what's wrong?

Paul: Oh, I just had a, uh... kind of a long talk with Heather.

Maggie: About?

Paul: She was talking to me about her, um, stepfather-- how terrified she was of him. He hit her. And I did absolutely nothing to stop it. And she, um... also thought that her father wanted absolutely nothing to do with her.

Maggie: Why don't you tell her the truth?

Paul: What, that I'm the father who rejected her?

Colleen: (Gasps) oh, no! No, no, no, no! Sorry! I'm sorry.

Adrian: You're distracting me.

Colleen: I know. That was the point.

Adrian: Professor Levitsky's notes are a mess, okay? I have to redo everything.

Colleen: Romanesque to high gothic churches-- you can teach that course in your sleep.

Adrian: I could use a break.

Colleen: Oh, could you?

(Knock on door)

(Knocking continues)

Adrian: Are you expecting anyone?

Colleen: Mnh-mnh.

Heather: Hello. I hope I'm not disturbing you?

Adrian: Not at all.

Heather: Okay, good. Um, I brought that book that I mentioned.

Colleen: Come in.

Heather: How are you?

Colleen: Good. Oh!

Heather: Oh, right here. I was absolutely fascinated with the Dominican influence on the Italian gothic churches.

Colleen: Oh, check this out!

Heather: So, I talked to Macey’s parents today.

Adrian: Well, next time you speak with them, send them my regards.

Heather: I will. Definitely. They were quite surprised when I told 'em I'm taking a course of yours.

Adrian: It's a small world.

Heather: You know, I also mentioned that you still had the leaning tower of Pisa figurine, and the funny thing was, they didn't even remember giving it to you.

Adrian: I could've sworn they did.

Heather: Well, we all had a lot on our minds at that time.

Phyllis: Ahem. So how'd it go with, uh, David Chow?

Jana: He told me everything there is to know about her. From her family, to her work, to her hobbies--

Phyllis: Why did he tell you that?

Jana: He wanted me to understand how much I affected her friends and her family. I mean, I get it now, but back then, I didn't feel much of anything. I mean... I had these sudden outbursts, but my emotions-- they were all shut down. I was on autopilot. I mean, God, I tried to kill the man that I loved.

Phyllis: But-- but you were sick, right?

Jana: Yeah, but that doesn't change what I did. (Sighs) I will never forget the look on David's face today.

Michael: I know most of you don't like each other-- or me for that matter-- but for Phyllis' sake, I'm hoping we can work together.

Victor: And how do you propose we do that?

Jack: I'll tell you how we do that. We hire another attorney. Someone who specializes in criminal appeals. Someone who can win this case.

Michael: See, that's what I'm talking about. If we wanna help her, we cannot work against each other.

Nikki: I hesitate to say this, but perhaps Jack is right.

Nick: Mom.

Nikki: Will you hear me out? Phyllis has one more chance at appeal, correct?

Michael: Correct. To the Wisconsin State Supreme Court.

Nick: But it's not automatic. They don't have to hear the case.

Nikki: All right. Well, that's all the more reason to change attorneys. Let's get an expert in Madison.

Michael: With all due respect, Nikki, there is no one more qualified than me to convince the supreme court that this case needs to be on their docket.

Jack: Absolutely. You've done so well so far.

Nick: Look, no matter who the lawyer is, it's gonna take time. Time to file, time for them to decide if they wanna hear the case, time to make a decision. It's a lot of time.

Nikki: If it gets that far.

Jack: And all the while, Phyllis is behind bars.

Nick: Hey, Michael, why don't you explain the work release program again?

Nikki: Work release? Isn't that for people with short sentences?

Michael: Used to be, yes. But there's a pilot program at Phyllis' prison for non-violent offenders.

Nick: It will allow Phyllis out to come to work.

Michael: Here are the criteria-- she must be urgently needed at the job she had at the time of conviction.

Jack: That's it? She worked for me. She could have her job back tomorrow.

Michael: That's good. That's good. It's a start. But it's not enough. Now I need you three to make the case that the development is in so much trouble--

Nikki: That won't be difficult.

Michael: That you want Phyllis. No, you need Phyllis. You have to have her. You cannot do anything without her-- to do the P.R., to help construct the sales and marketing web site, whatever she was working on. Make it a laundry list. Without her. All right? Victor?

Victor: I'm no longer involved. Hence, I don't know how I can be of assistance.

Jack: I thought you had contacts in the capital?

Victor: I know a few people. I'm not sure if they can help.

Jack: You know if they can help. That's a lot of hooey.

Nikki: If you can't do it for Phyllis, please do it for Summer.

Jack: Nikki's right about this.

Victor: This is a family matter.

Nick: If you know anyone who can get my wife into this program, then please do it.

David: What was that all about?

Nikki: A meeting.

David: You, Victor, Nicholas, Michael and Jack in a meeting that wasn't on anyone's schedule? Either the world is coming to an end, or hopefully that's good news.

Nikki: I wish. It was about Phyllis. Michael wants us to pool our resources, get her out on work release.

David: Oh.

Nikki: No matter what I think of that woman, Summer does need her mother. And children have to come first in a situation like this. Nicholas wasn't very close to his father for a number of years. I think that's why he still is looking for his father's approval. Even to this day.

David: Well, I wouldn't beat myself up over it. If he wanted to be close with Nick back then, he would've been.

Nikki: Well, I do take some responsibility for that.

David: You've been shouldering responsibility for this family for years. What about you, Nikki? What do you need?

Colleen: After I graduate, I wanna go to Europe and see everything.

Adrian: And I'm gonna take you.

Colleen: We could make it an extended trip. We could see France and Italy and Spain...

Adrian: The leaning tower! Yeah, okay... Macey’s parents didn't give it to me. She brought it to class with her. We were--we were discussing Romanesque architecture and the Torre Pendente di Pisa is a wonderful example.

Phyllis: Thank you.

Phyllis: I'm glad you're here. Every time I think of spending six years in here, I start to hyperventilate.

Nick: The appeal process isn't over.

Phyllis: No, not by a long shot. How are you doing?

Nick: I just wanna see you get out of here.

Phyllis: I wanna get out of here, too. How's Summer?

Nick: She's good.

Phyllis: Yeah?

Nick: She's with Mom right now.

Phyllis: Wait a second, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I-I don't want my baby spending any time alone with your mother.

Nick: Phyllis, she's just a baby.

Phyllis: No, promise me! Promise me when Summer is with your mother, you will be there at all times. Please? Nick, your mother hates me. Oh, my God, I have to get out of here. I can't believe this!

Nick: Well, thanks to Mom, you may get that chance.

Jack: Hey. You think Victor'll make the call?

Michael: Your guess is as good as mine.

Jack: I want Phyllis out of there as soon as possible.

Michael: Look... I'll chase down any and every lead to make that happen, but I need all of our support, there's no guarantee Phyllis will get a work release.

Jack: Look, you claim to be her best friend. You lost the case. You lost the appeal. I don't care what you have to do, I don't care how you do it, make this happen.

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

Cane: Let the lady here have a turn.

Daniel: The only lady is the one that I'm playing with.

Nick: I just don't like the idea of using my daughter's memory to help restore your husband's image.

Maggie: And how exactly do you explain your dog's hair on Ji Min's clothing?

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