Y&R Transcript Tuesday 10/16/07 -- Canada; Wednesday 10/17/07 -- U.S.A.
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Victor: Uh, Becky, I'm expecting the delivery of an important package. Let me know when it arrives, okay? Victoria is going up to the development today and I want her to take this along. All right, thank you.
Victoria: Well, I don't know if you've heard this, but I have a fiancé.
J.T.: So you're telling me I'm lusting after an almost married woman?
Victoria: Almost married and very pregnant.
J.T.: That explains all the extra space in my bed last night. I hated it.
Victoria: Well, I'll just have to come and fill it up, won't I? Listen, not to switch to work--
J.T.: You're switching.
Victoria: Occupational hazard. So?
J.T.: Yes, so I'm, uh, I'm making progress in the kickback investigation. I got it narrowed down to a couple construction suppliers, and I'll let you know how it goes.
Victoria: Well, tell me in person tonight.
Nick: Hey. Sorry we're late.
Nick: She couldn't decide if she wanted to wear the pink outfit or the orange outfit, so I put her in the, uh, the overalls and a tee.
Victoria: Aw! Well, that's okay, considering that I bought her this outfit. Hi, Baby!
Victoria: You know, you're gonna have a new cousin soon, and then you can boss him around like I bossed your daddy around when he was a little boy.
Victoria: I can't believe I'm gonna have one of these. I'm so happy. It's not bad luck to say that, right?
Nick: Nah. Not at all.
Victoria: Do you want this? I'm gonna be a mommy.
Nick: If I know you, five minutes after his arrival, you're gonna be putting together a to-do list-- one, interview night nurses. Two, check for the best preschool. Three, apply to Harvard.
Victoria: Yeah, you know, if I wasn't superstitious, I'd probably be doing it already.
Nick: You are so predictable.
Victoria: Nothing's gonna go wrong, right?
Nick: No, it's your turn, Sis.
Victoria: Oh, that's what I thought the last time.
Nick: That was then, this is now.
Victoria: You know what? You're right. It's my turn. I hope.
Jill: (Sighs) hello, you two.
Nick: Hey, Jill.
Victoria: Hi, Jill.
Jill: You three. Hello, Precious. Four.
Victoria: Yep. Us Newmans-- we're breeding and multiplying.
Nick: And about to take over the world. How you doing?
Jill: I'm coping. It helps to look at a beautiful baby.
Victoria: Are they any closer to figuring out how Ji Min died?
Jill: They're getting there. I know it won't change anything, I just--
Nick: Yeah, but you need to know.
Jill: I really do. Anyway, it was great seeing both of you.
Nick: Good seeing you, too.
Victoria: Life is not fair.
Nick: No, it is not.
Victoria: Jill loses the guy that she loves. And I get the guy and I get the baby.
Nick: Hey, you deserve them.
Victoria: People don't get what they deserve. I mean, they get lucky or they get unlucky. And when I get lucky, I start to worry.
Jill: Oh! Hello, Stranger.
Cane: Hey. I didn't think I'd see you here.
Jill: Yes, I was just appreciating Nick's baby. You know, you have a kid, and one day it's this big, and then the next day... I missed all your in between sizes, didn't I?
Cane: Oh, you didn't miss that much. I'm like a freak of nature. I went from, like, 26" to 6'2" in a week. Hey, do you wanna get lunch?
Jill: You're only asking me 'cause you're worried about me.
Cane: There's always the other option, which is I'm asking you because I wanna have lunch with my mum.
Jill: I would love to, Sweetie.
Cane: All right. Sweet. Okay.
Jill: Oh. Thank you very much. Bye.
Cane: Bye. I lo you.
Jill: See ya.
Cane: It's a constellation. You have the big dipper. You have the hunter in Orion. We have the Southern Cross. I used to lie on my uncle's farm. There was this one hill, and at night you could look up at the stars-- there was a blanket of stars above you. And you'd see the Southern Cross just hanging above you. If I close my eyes, I can still see it.
Lily: That's-- that's beautiful.
Heather: Cane? Hey, you.
Lily: How did I get a "C-plus" and you got an "A-minus" when we studied together?
Colleen: Hey, it's just one test.
Lily: Oh, God!
Adrian: Good morning.
Adrian: Exam booklet, huh?
Colleen: Uh, yeah, she's not happy with her quiz grade. So do you wanna get coffee with us?
Adrian: Oh, I'll try and make it. I'm meeting with the department head. He wants to talk to me about teaching another class next semester. Then I gotta head up to Clear Springs.
Colleen: After you say that in a more appropriately heartfelt manner?
Adrian: Well, if it's too heartfelt, I won't wanna leave.
Colleen: Well, I wish I could clone you.
Adrian: Well, then I'd be jealous of the me that got to stay. Okay.
Lily: I'm an idiot.
Colleen: Okay, it's a "C-plus," Lily. It's not like you failed.
Lily: Oh, my gosh!
Lily: I scribbled Cane's name in the margin of my quiz, like I'm back in middle school.
Colleen: Well, I've been there, wrote that.
Lily: Oh, gosh, I need to focus! What is wrong with me? I should see if that Euro history study group e-mailed me.
Colleen: Okay, why don't we go get a coffee and I will help you? What?
Lily: I-I just got an I.M.
Colleen: From your study group?
Lily: No, no. It's from "Ib Romeo" it says "I miss U."
Daniel: Hey. Hey, uh, do you wanna come to work with me later and help with Jack's marketing?
Amber: Is he paying?
Daniel: Ten bucks an hour.
Amber: Aw, sweet. I need every penny for my record deal.
Daniel: Yeah, maybe you should try using some of that money on a therapist that could help you get over Cane.
Amber: Actually, I have a master plan for that. I am going to throw myself into my music and get back into my designing. You know, edgy, kind of rocker chick stuff, you know? So then my music and my designs-- they'll kinda play off one another. And then when I'm a huge star--
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, Cane will regret that he ever dumped you. I know.
Amber: Okay. Hey! Pay attention. I wrote a new song. See, singers can make a lot more money when they record their own stuff.
Daniel: Okay, lay it on me.
Amber: Okay. "You kissed a girl at a party, didn't know I could see. Kissed another girl on the b-ball court. Wishin' it was me."
Daniel: You're talking about Cane.
Amber: Your point?
Daniel: How is that supposed to help you get over him?
Amber: A lot of singers write about their life. And it's better than therapy.
Daniel: Okay, and this girl on the basketball court? You're talking about Heather?
Amber: Yes. Yes. He was seriously making out with her. And I just-- I felt like I was gonna puke. It was awful.
Daniel: What is up with this guy?
Amber: What is up with him, is that my ex is playing your ex. There's a hit song in there.
Victoria: Okay, here we go. So we're going wider on the condo advertising this weekend. We're gonna go to Chicago, Minneapolis.
Nick: Great, jump-start sales.
Victoria: Yeah. Have you seen the latest numbers on that?
Nick: Uh, yeah, they are bad.
Victoria: They're worse than bad. They're horrible. We need to get more aggressive.
Nick: Why don't you go at the--the nostalgia angle? I mean, we spent so much money preserving the architecture.
Victoria: I know. I'm still glad that we did. But Adrian’s headed up there this weekend, so maybe we can get him on a local N.P.R.
Nick: Yeah, find a local angle. Maybe the oldest citizen in the county?
Victoria: Yeah. On air with him, or a print ad, talking about the glory days.
Nikki: Yeah. Now we're back, but with every modern convenience. It's the best of both worlds.
Victoria: You're good.
Nick: I know. Super good. Why don't you write that down actually, and sign it this time.
Victoria: I think I will.
Heather: I'm sorry about that.
Cane: So what, was it, like, an important call?
Heather: Hot date.
Cane: Oh, really?
Heather: No. No, not really. I just like the way it sounded. So, um... I had a really good time yesterday.
Cane: Me, too. You seem to be, uh, walking all right, so I imagine your leg's healed.
Heather: Oh, yeah. Yeah, it's as good as new. I think I'm ready for a rematch.
Cane: I'd love to, but I'm--I'm swamped at work.
Heather: Ouch. You're using my excuses on me.
Cane: But I will make it up to you, so we will do a rematch, dinner... and maybe a movie.
Heather: Well, that's gotta count for, like, what, at least three dates?
Cane: You think you can handle it?
Heather: I can handle you.
Colleen: Are you gonna check all your e-mails before you respond to that IM?
Colleen: What if it's from Cane?
Lily: It's not.
Colleen: Okay, how do you know?
Lily: I just do, okay?
Colleen: Right. It's much clearer for me now.
Lily: "Ib Romeo" is the name that Daniel used when I away at boarding school. And I was "Ib Juliet."
Colleen: He was so romantic, right?
Lily: Yeah, and now we are so divorced. So why would he I.M. me?
Colleen: Why don't you ask him?
Lily: Fine. I'm gonna ask him.
Lily: It's-- it's not from him.
Colleen: Who's MIA?
Lily: Um... she's--she's one of the few friends I made at boarding school. She made the place bearable, or at least as bearable as possible. "Thought you'd laugh at that blast from the past. How's the old married couple?"
Colleen: She doesn't know, huh?
Lily: Well, I-I haven't talked to her in awhile. I mean, it's not like I have the plague.
Lily: I'm--I'm just-- I'm divorced. So what?
Colleen: Yeah, it's not a big deal.
Lily: Yeah, so I'll just tell her.
Victoria: All of the data that we have on sales is in here-- the projection graph showing how far away we are from the estimates, current marketing expenses, all of it.
Nick: Yeah, right, right, I'm gonna be up to date on this any minute. By--by the end of the day at the latest.
Victoria: I know.
Victor: I was just about to call the two of you.
Victoria: Oh, hey, Dad.
Nick: Hi, Dad.
Victor: You got a minute?
Victoria: Actually, I was just about to run into a quick meeting with sales.
Victor: All right. See me when you're finished, okay?
Victoria: I think he meant, uh, the instant we're finished.
Nick: Yeah. What do you think that's all about?
Victoria: I don't know. Wish I knew.
Lily: "Ib Romeo"-- that was so weird, seeing that again.
Colleen: Yeah. Well, you know, it's not like everyone is, like, romantic.
Colleen: Daniel. Hey.
Daniel: Hey. You okay?
Lily: Yeah. I'm fine. It's... um, where's my-- I think I left my Euro book. I'll be right back.
Daniel: What's the matter with her?
Colleen: Um, nothing. Just school stuff.
Daniel: I know it's really none of my business, but...
Daniel: I know Lily is into Cane.
Daniel: And he is interested in other people.
Colleen: Okay, could you narrow it down to gender-specific?
Colleen: Heather, the prosecutor, Heather?
Colleen: Okay, and how do you know?
Daniel: Amber told me.
Colleen: Oh, Amber. Right. 'Cause she's reliable.
Amber: You will not be sorry you're producing my CD. I'm writing all originals and they're amazing. I know studio time is expensive. Four musicians, yeah. And I'll overdub myself for backups. You know, no need to pay for backup singers. $15,000 for a deposit will not be a problem. Well, you won't need to wait for the check to clear. I'll pay in cash.
Victoria: All right, Dad, before you say anything, I know that the numbers on the condos don't look good.
Nick: But I have some ideas. They're gonna turn things around.
Victor: Do you?
Victoria: Yes. And they're really great. They're very much targeted towards the demo that we want-- upscale, people interested in historical preservation.
Nick: Yep. And they're being implemented as we speak.
Victor: You know, even though I disagree with you guys, I must say I'm very happy to see the two of you work together.
Victoria: Yes. It's excellent.
Nick: We're hoping that it will alleviate any--
Victor: But that's not why I asked you to come here.
Victor: It's about something more important than that.
Victoria: Okay, listen, Dad, I absolutely believe that the overall plan is still sound.
Victor: Sweetheart, that's a matter of opinion, okay? But let's put that aside for a moment. I've got something for you.
Victoria: For me?
Nick: Dad, you...
Victoria: Oh, Dad! What is it? What did you... a baby-naming book?
Nick: That's cool, Dad.
Victoria: Wow! So this is what you meant by "More important?"
Victor: Well, my new grandchild doesn't have a name yet, does it?
Nick: Uh, you know what? She's a little superstitious about all the baby stuff until she actually gives birth.
Victoria: No, you were right. You know, I'm--I'm not gonna be scared anymore. If I stay stuck in the past, I'm not gonna enjoy this. And I wanna enjoy this. The baby's gonna be fine. Everything is gonna be perfect this time. I'm gonna enjoy every minute and--and I want-- I want all of you to enjoy it with me.
Victoria: Oh, how about Napoleon?
Nick: Napoleon Newman? Nappy? Nap. The Napster.
Victor: (Laughs) Nappy? He would try to win all of our family battles.
Nick: Just don't use any variations on Nikki or Victor, all right? We're kinda tapped out on those.
Victoria: Yeah, I'd say.
Nick: So no "Nikita," no "Victory."
Victoria: All right, um, Colin? Colin Newman?
Nick: Colin? If he's really short, he could be semi-Colin Newman.
Victor: That's a--
Victoria: Yeah, that's funny.
Victor: Very good idea.
Victoria: Okay, um, Igor? Igor?
Nick: As in, Beaver?
Victoria: Beaver? No, it's Scandinavian. It means, uh, heroic warrior.
Victor: How do you spell Igor?
Victor: That should be Igor.
Victoria: Well, then Igor.
Victor: Well, Igor?
Nick: That's truly awful.
Victoria: Igor Newman.
Nick: That's really, really awful.
Victoria: I like it!
Victor: You do?
Victoria: Well, maybe not. No. All right, Jack. No, definitely not Jack.
Victor: Semi, come here!
Victoria: Jason? Jeremy? Joshua?
Nick: Yeah, that's a good one.
Victor: Jesse? Mm-hmm. Yeah.
Victoria: Oh, Dad!
Victor: I'm having a grandson. It makes me very happy. Okay?
Cane: So it's not copper theft that's the problem. It's the concrete?
J.T.: Yeah, it looks that way. I've connected with a source in one of the construction supply houses, and he claims that his boss is selling low-grade concrete at high prices to my foreman's contractor.
Cane: And he's pocketing the difference?
J.T.: Yeah, and kicking back some, too.
Cane: Well, isn't that nice? It's win-win for everybody except Chancellor. Can you confirm this?
J.T.: Not yet. But I'm working on it.
Cane: Well, we need something concrete-- pun intended. If we blow the whistle on a maybe and it turns out not to be true, between the, uh, lawsuits and the bad publicity, it'll be a nightmare.
J.T.: I understand.
Cane: Call me when you get something.
J.T.: Yeah, you bed. You'll know either way.
Colleen: So how soon do you leave?
Adrian: Right away. There's a museum up there-- a historical society kind of thing-- and they are doing an exhibit on the development.
Colleen: And you're the man in charge?
Colleen: You know, I was thinking that this is the first time we've slept apart since I moved in.
Adrian: Well, I could be a bad influence and suggest you skip school, come up there with me.
Colleen: Oh, this from the man who loves education so much?
Adrian: Well, it is possible that I love you more.
Colleen: Can I please have that for the record, Mr. Professor?
Adrian: Okay. How about I show you when I get home?
Colleen: You show me?
Adrian: Mm-hmm. I'm gonna miss you.
Heather: Oh! Whoa, whoa, whoa! All right, you two, I'd suggest you get a room, but as I recall, you already have one.
Colleen: Yes, he's leaving for a business trip.
Colleen: We should all hang out when you get back.
Adrian: Yes. Sounds--sounds great. Uh, I'll call you later tonight.
Colleen: Okay. Bye.
Heather: The look on your face is enough to make a cynic believe. At least, almost.
Colleen: And you're the cynic?
Heather: When it comes to love? Most definitely. Very bad role models.
Colleen: Well, you see, my parents were divorced, like, very divorced. And, um, I guess I should be cynical, but... when I--when I look at him, it's, um...
Heather: Oh, that's sweet. That's sweet in this nauseating kind of way.
Heather: Should I... (retches) now? Later? Just let me know.
Colleen: Um, my coffee's getting cold. Don't you ever... wanna fall in love?
Heather: Fall? See, I have a problem with that word. "Fall," as in no control. I like control.
Colleen: Okay, so when you see an elderly couple and they've probably been together forever and they're holding hands, I mean, don't you think, like, like, wow! Lucky them.
Heather: No, I think they're probably doing it to make the rest of us jealous.
Colleen: You don't really believe that, do you?
Heather: Oh, it depends on when you ask me.
Colleen: So you and Cane-- are you feeling romantic?
Heather: I don't--
Lily: Hey, um--
Lily: Our study group is meeting out here. Hi.
Heather: Hello. And to answer your question--
Colleen: Oh, no, no, no, that's--it's not important at all.
Lily: Well, um, are-- are you and Cane seeing each other?
Heather: Not officially. You know, we've--we've been hanging out-- whatever that means.
Lily: Define "Hanging out?"
Heather: You know-- you know, when you're starting to see someone and... you're expecting the first kiss and you think it's gonna be really great. And then it comes and the reality is... disappointing, shall we say? Well, Cane was definitely not disappointing.
Lily: Cool. Um, well, hey, I-I have to go. So I'll see you.
Colleen: Um, Lily?
Heather: Is she okay?
Colleen: No. No, she's not.
Cane: What are you thinking about?
Jill: I'm sorry. You are engaging, Babe. I was just... I had another dream about Ji Min last night, that's all. He was alive and happy and we were talking and laughing. And all of sudden, he, uh... grabbed his throat and said he couldn't breathe. Then he collapsed at my feet and I watched him die.
Cane: Mum, that's horrible.
Jill: I know it's horrible. It's--it's exactly the way he died. And I wasn't there to help.
Cane: So is there any news on the investigation?
Jill: Um... Detective Sullivan told me that they got Jack Abbott on security tape near Ji Min's room.
Cane: What? When did that happen?
Jill: Before I found Amber standing over Ji Min's body.
Cane: Well, I'm sure the cops will, you know, look into that.
Jill: Huh. Yeah. I sure hope so.
Cane: But I don't think it was Amber. Amber wouldn't have done that.
Jill: Now is that an objective opinion?
Cane: Yeah. Are you asking me if I still fancy the girl?
Jill: Oh, Cane, do you?
Cane: No. No. You know what I'm looking for in a woman? Someone who has class, someone who's honest, has brains... and someone who's sweet.
Jill: What about beauty?
Cane: Huh. Would you laugh at me if I said, um, inner beauty?
Jill: I would not laugh.
Cane: Because when she laughs, Mum... or when she learns something new... there's this... this innocence, and there's this light in her eyes.
Jill: Now why do I get the feeling that you know the exact height, hair color and eye color of this woman? Let me guess. She's a blonde, right?
Cane: No. Baked salmon in lemon dill sauce? That looks like a good special, doesn't it?
Colleen: I was just trying to find out if--
Lily: Listen, she's a free agent, okay? And so is he. It's no big deal.
Colleen: Lily, this is me you're talking to.
Lily: Listen, I'm fine with it. Seriously. I mean, I was doodling his name on my quiz and he hasn't even asked me out. I just seriously need to get a grip.
Nick: Yes, hi, Number One Nannies? I have, uh, used your service before and I was-- uh, tonight? Sometime around... okay. Totally booked? Good to know. Yes, I am sure it's because you are the best in town. Yes, thank you for your time.
Victoria: The single dad thing's kinda tough, huh?
Nick: (Sighs) tell me about it. I need to go up and see my wife tonight, and then after that, head up to the development. I need somebody to watch Summer for, like, a couple days. I was hoping to steal one of the nurses from the day care, but apparently they're under-staffed.
Victoria: Well, why don't you ask Dad for venture capital while he's besotted with his new grandson, and maybe he'll say yes?
Nick: He has gone mellow on us.
Victoria: Mm-hmm. He has. Enjoy the moment.
Nick: That's what I was thinking.
Victoria: It's kinda nice. You know, I'd volunteer for you, of course, but I'm headed up to the project and my gear's already in the car and everything.
Nick: Oh, of course, of course. Use the work excuse. You're just going up there to see fake construction worker guy.
Victoria: Soon to be fake construction worker father. Can you believe Dad gave me a baby-naming book?
Nick: Yeah, I was there. He didn't give me anything.
Victoria: Yeah. You know, I was thinking... maybe I'll name him Christian.
Nick: Hm. Dad's real name.
Victoria: Yeah. So? So sue me, I'm sentimental.
Nick: Interesting. Hmm, let's just see what we already have. We have... Nicholas Christian Newman, Noah Christian Newman. Yeah, I guess you could go with Christian Christian Newman. It's got style.
Victoria: Oh, you're right. I'll ask J.T. if he has any ideas.
Nick: I'm gonna go out on a limb here and say you aren't gonna use any variation of Bradley?
Victoria: Do you have any idea how badly I want this baby to be J.T.'s? I'll tell you, I will be so glad when he figures out what's going on with the kickbacks and he can quit this construction job.
Nick: So no more power drill, huh?
Victoria: That is none of your business. It's weird, though. I've hired J.T. before many times. I never thought anything of it. But... now he's my J.T. you know what? This must be what a cop's wife feels like-- on edge all the time. It's gotta be. I'll just be glad when this job is over.
Lily: I was thinking about Cane.
Colleen: I knew you liked him.
Lily: No, that's not... what I meant. I was just thinking that... finding out that he's kinda... sorta seeing Heather is a good thing.
Colleen: And how exactly do you spin that?
Lily: I'm not-- I'm not spinning anything. I just... I don't know, when I saw that I.M., it just... took me back to how I felt about Daniel. And how he felt about me. I mean, we couldn't stand being away from each other. And we ran away and got married. We went against everyone. And you know, if I had the chance to do it all over again, even knowing what I know, I would. Because that's how much I loved him.
Colleen: Yeah, I know.
Lily: And when I think about everything that we went through, I just wonder, how did we end up like this? Divorced? Us? I mean, no, that happens to other people, not to us. But you know what? It did happen. And... I guess it's just hard for me to get over that.
Colleen: I get that.
Lily: But you know what kept me from thinking about it too much?
Colleen: Your crush on Cane?
Lily: Yep. Until now.
Cane: Now this is the bee's knees. It just surpassed fish 'n chips as my fave.
Jill: Isn't that funny? That was Ji Min's favorite meal here, too.
Cane: I wish I had, you know, the chance to know him better.
Jill: I wish I had a chance to know him better. Learning all this stuff after he's dead. I mean, what's true? What's not true? I'll never really know now.
Cane: That's not gonna change the way you feel about each other.
Jill: No, you're right. That much I do know. My mother, you know, used to make these little digs all the time about... the difference in our ages. But Ji Min and I never once had a passing thought about that.
Cane: So you don't think age matters, then.
Jill: No, not a bit. If you're lucky enough to find somebody that you love, you grab it. Cane, if this woman-- the one who may or may not be blonde-- is young or old, okay? Or if she has a third eye in the middle of her forehead-- if you love her, you better go for it.
Daniel: If you could go ahead and type this...
Amber: My fingers are your fingers.
Daniel: Okay, let's see what we got here. Yadda, yadda, yadda... "Gambling is a tool of the devil. How loose will your slots be?" Don't type that one.
Daniel: Oh! This one looks a little better. "I live five miles from Clear Springs and will be there once a week. I fully support this great idea."
Amber: I fully support it. Let's talk about my CD.
Daniel: Oh, wait. "I live in the same county. If the restaurants are top quality, I'll visit there often."
Amber: What do you think of a concept CD?
Daniel: What do you mean?
Amber: Okay, instead of one song being about Cane, what if they're all about him?
Daniel: That's a little much, don't you think?
Amber: Yeah. Maybe you're right. And why give him all the credit, right?
Daniel: He doesn't deserve all the credit. You know, why don't you try writing a song about me?
Nick: Hey, Daniel, I need a favor. How would you like to stay at the tack house for a couple of days and watch your sister? I need to go and visit your mother and after that head up to the development.
Daniel: Uh, I don't know about that. Tack house or Kevin’s apartment where I share a bathroom with three people and there's week-old pizza crust underneath the couch?
Amber: Hey, I'm neat.
Daniel: Can I do my work from there?
Nick: Definitely. Hey, I owe you one. Thank you. You don't work here, do you?
Daniel: She's just helping me with something for Jack.
Amber: Dis me much?
Daniel: He didn't mean anything by it. He just knows that you were my co-defendant.
Amber: Well, all the major charges have been dropped. You know, someday, when my album is a huge hit, all the people who ever thought smack about me-- they're gonna be sorry.
Joe: Yeah. No, no, no. No. No, you're not getting it. I need that finished today. Today I need that finished, all right? Good.
J.T.: Hey, Joe, you got a second?
Joe: Yeah, what's up?
J.T.: Workin' hard, Man. Workin' hard.
Joe: Good to hear. We're on a tight deadline.
J.T.: Yeah, I just wanted to let you know I was watching the guys pour the concrete and, uh, I think it's pouring too wet.
Joe: Well, thanks for the heads-up. I'll check it out.
J.T.: Yeah, uh, you, uh, you done a slump test or anything?
Joe: Yeah. You know, I've been doing this a long time. Don't worry about it. I'll check it out when I got a minute.
J.T.: You're the boss.
Joe: Okay, then. Back to work.
J.T.: You got it.
Victor: You're gonna see so many amazing things in your lifetime, you know that? More than your daddy, even more than me. Oh, yeah. Do you know when your daddy-- you know when your daddy was a little boy, he had to go all the way across the television room to change channels. Did you know that? Look at this. Come here. There.
Nick: Hey, there she is. We had a hot date for some applesauce and a little "Cat in the hat." They told me in the nursery she fell for an older man.
Victor: Yes, the older man fell for her. Come here, my baby. There you go. There we go.
Nick: Yeah, she really into the food.
Victor: Yeah. Look at that. I'm so happy that Summer's gonna play with Victoria’s son. I'm gonna teach them how to ride bicycles and ride horses. Just like I taught your daddy and your aunt, right? We're going to get you a little pony.
Nick: Whoa. Whoa. Whoa. Let's--let's hold off on the pony, Dad, for a little while.
Nick: You're in an interesting mood. Are you okay?
Victor: Yeah, of course I'm okay. I couldn't be happier.
Nick: Well, you know, it's just Vick told me after you got sick, you turned into this really gentle, you know, kind...
Victor: You know, that's all nonsense. You know damn well that when you were kids I was gentle and very kind with you kids. It's just when adults cross my path, that's when I get a little ornery.
Victoria: Hi. I just thought I would say good-bye before I...
Victor: I wanna sit down with you. There.
Victoria: Aw. You know what, Dad?
Victoria: She kinda looks like you, around the eyes.
Victor: Well, hopefully not around the mustache.
Victor: I'm gonna have to spend more time with my grandchildren, right?
Nick: You're sure you're okay?
Victor: I just realize from time to time how lucky I am. Right? How lucky I am to have all of you. Your beautiful daughter. Your son-to-be.
Victoria: But you and Mom don't have each other.
Victor: No, we don’t. But we have our children. And we have our children's children. And looking at all of you, your mom and I did something right.
Nick: He means me.
Cane: Thank you.
Jill: Oh, look at the time. Would you care to walk me back to the work?
Cane: I would love to, but I've got a meeting about the construction timetable. With all the stops and starts, it's--it's giving everybody heartburn.
Jill: So this meeting was set when you invited me?
Cane: A meal with you, antacid with them.
Jill: You are a good guy.
Cane: Oh, I try. Let me know if you need anything, okay? Or if you hear from the police.
Jill: I will, Sweetie. Bye.
Cane: Bye. I love you.
(Cell phone ringing)
Lily: It's Cane.
Victor: My boy, are you going up to the development later?
Nick: Uh, yeah, at the end of the day, why?
Victor: Remember when you and I built that bookshelf together?
Nick: Uh, yeah, it turned out well, right?
Victor: I thought we did a hell of a job. And I thought maybe you and I could, you know, build that cradle that you brought by. Build it for Victoria’s baby.
Victor: Yeah, we can do it together.
Nick: I'd like that, Dad.
Victoria: So your meeting-- did it go okay?
J.T.: I let him know I was aware of what was happening, and he played it pretty cool, you know? I can't tell if he's legit or if he's bluffing. He's got a good poker face. Hey, so when are you leaving?
J.T.: Are you sure you don't wanna take a train or have somebody drive you?
Victoria: I drive myself around all day. I think I can make it to Clear Springs.
J.T.: I know you do, but--
Victoria: No arguing. I am the boss, Mr. Construction worker.
J.T.: (Laughs) all right. All right, well, um, drive safe. Wear your seat belt. Don't speed. Uh, make a complete stop at every stop sign.
Victoria: I've never so much as gotten a speeding ticket.
J.T.: All right. Well, good, keep it that way. And then tonight we can talk about... moving violations.
Victoria: You are ridiculous.
J.T.: You can only hope the kid gets my sense of humor.
Victoria: Actually, that's not in my top ten. You know what I hope he gets from you? I hope he gets your heart.
J.T.: You break it, you buy it.
Victoria: I already own it. And I'm never giving it back. So I'll see you later.
Nick: Good. You're still here. So I have an idea.
Victoria: Yeah, I'm--I, uh, left a file that I really need.
Nick: Okay. Well, whatever. How about if you come with me to see Phyllis, and then I can drive you up.
Victoria: Pregnant women can drive, little brother.
Nick: I know. This would just make me feel a little better.
Victoria: What, are you gonna tell me now you're the superstitious one?
Nick: You're finally rubbing off on me.
Victoria: No, I am the worrier, not you. Me.
Nick: I'm not worried. I mean, maybe I'm a little worried.
Victoria: Well, don't be.
Nick: All right. Fine. Then just call me when you get there, all right?
Victoria: Nicholas... come here. I'm gonna be okay.
Nick: All right.
Victoria: Remember when you were a little kid and I said you were a pain in the butt?
Nick: Yeah, that really hurt my feelings, actually.
Victoria: Well, I was right. You're a pain in the butt. I'll call you when I get there. And stop looking at me like that. I know that look. It's a worried look.
Nick: I'll stop worrying when you get there safe.
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