Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/18/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 10/18/07 -- Canada; Friday 10/19/07 -- U.S.A.

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J.T.: Ignatious? Oh, Iggy? Iggy?

Victoria: Iggy? As in Iggy pop? Why would anyone do that to their poor little baby?

J.T.: Well, he grandfathered punk rock. Why not?

Victoria: How about "Reed?" Reed is my mother's maiden name.

J.T.: You know, I think you're just feeling a little sympathetic to your mom right now. But trust me, that'll pass.

Victoria: Oh!

J.T.: What? What?

Victoria: Oh! Bubba is taking a swim.

J.T.: Bubba?

Victoria: Bubba. Bubba's his nickname.

J.T.: Bubba?

Victoria: (Giggles)

J.T.: How about Vlad? Huh?

Victoria: Vlad?

J.T.: Yeah, Vlad.

Victoria: Like Vlad the Impaler?

J.T.: No, like Vlad Guerrero.

Victoria: Oh, soccer, baseball, football, is there any sport this baby is not going to play?

J.T.: Tennis. 'Cause I hate tennis.

Victoria: Hm.

J.T.: Vlad Hellstrom. Yeah. A strapping young lad, huh?

Victoria: You know, I like Italian names. How about Mario? (Italian accent) Mario, meet me in the piazza for a cappuccino.

J.T.: Mario? As in, Mario brothers?

Victoria: (Normal voice) Mario? Okay, how about-- how about Marco?

J.T.: Mnh-mnh. Marco--Marco Graziano. When I was in second grade, every Friday he would, uh, trade lunches with me and made me eat sardine sandwiches. So, no.

Victoria: Ew.

J.T.: Yeah.

Victoria: How about, um... Ahote?

J.T.: Well, that's, uh... that's different.

Victoria: It's beautiful. It's Hopi. It means, um, "Restless one."

J.T.: Well, there definitely won't be another Ahote in his kindergarten class.

Victoria: No, there won’t.

(Cell phone beeping)

J.T.: Oh, work already?

Victoria: Well, it is almost noon.

J.T.: I lose track of time when I'm with you.

Victoria: I'm meeting Adrian today. We're gonna tour the town, and then we're gonna... end up at the historic museum.

J.T.: Oh, that little white house next to the grange building?

Victoria: Do you know that that little white house is the finest example of stick architecture in all of Wisconsin.

J.T.: Well, I think you're a pretty fine example of gorgeous architecture.

J.T.: You sure you like it?

Victoria: I love it. And I wanna wear it. I'm not gonna be scared anymore.

Victoria: (Laughs)

J.T.: That looks nice.

Daniel: You didn't come home last night.

Amber: Yeah, I was up late, working at Fenmore’s. I just crashed on the couch.

Daniel: What were you working on? A get rich quick scheme?

Amber: (Laughs) the Fenmore’s in Clear Springs, they're having a big grand opening fashion show. And Lauren-- she wants to showcase some new talent.

Daniel: Well, that's great news. Congratulations.

Amber: Yeah, well, I don't have it yet. She left before I could show her these.

Daniel: Let me see these. Wow! Yeah, these are sick.

Amber: Hm. Yeah.

Daniel: Oh! Yeah. You know, Lauren’s gonna flip out. These are really good.

Amber: Yeah? You know, I'm gonna have all my songs recorded by then. I mean, how cool would it be if I could do the music, too, huh?

Daniel: Oh, that would really get Cane's attention.

Amber: Cane who? I am so over it. I mean, this is my future, my career. Just cross your fingers and hope Lauren likes my work.

Lauren: So has Paul given you the tour yet?

Maggie: Oh, you know, we went jogging this morning.

Lauren: Oh.

Maggie: The air was so crisp. The leaves were incredible. I can see why people would wanna live in Clear Springs.

Lauren: Well, thank you very much. I'm signing you up for the P.R. committee.

Paul: Okay, they're setting up our table now.

Maggie: Oh, great.

Lauren: Have you gone over the schematics?

Paul: I have. Um, I got some minor recommendations-- adjustments to the security system, but, uh, pretty simple.

Lauren: Such as?

Paul: Well, why don't we walk the store first and I'll show you.

Lauren: All right. Sounds good.

Paul: Okay, we're all set.

Lauren: Oh, great.

Paul: The table's ready.

Maggie: Okay.

Kay: You see where you made a mistake?

Cane: Mm-hmm. I'm gonna change that.

Kay: How?

Cane: Well, carry the one.

Lauren: Good morning, you two.

Cane: Hey.

Kay: Hello, Lauren.

Lauren: I didn't realize you were in town.

Kay: Well, I arrived this morning, just.

Lauren: Is there a problem?

Kay: No, nothing unusual. I come up here once or twice a month and check on what the lad's doing.

Cane: Yeah, I've got a couple of different people checking up on me from time to time.

Lauren: Well, you should be very proud. He's really stepped up.

Cane: Thank you.

Kay: Yes, well, he's a Chancellor. I don't expect less.

Cane: Well, I might've gotten the job through nepotism, but I can guarantee you, she got the better end of the deal. She works me twice as hard as anybody else.

Lauren: Well, you should come by the store later.

Kay: Yes, I will.

Lauren: Great. Nice to see you.

Cane: Bye-bye.

Kay: (Laughs) oh, Lauren. Sometimes she just never changes. Well, uh, now listen, I need to talk to Jeffrey Todd privately.

Cane: I'll call him. I'll set up that meeting.

Kay: I want to get to the bottom of this kickback and I want to do it internally, before it becomes public.

Cane: I'll take care of it.

Jack: The last thing the voters want right now is to foot the bill for another recall election. Let's hope the whole thing is put to rest soon.

Sharon: So we took a ride on the trolley this morning, did the tour.

Noah: Yes. There was a skateboard park with a quarter pipe. Dad, you should try it.

Nick: Well, maybe, if it's padded.

Sharon: So what else did we see? Um, paddle-boats.

Noah: Oh, swimming pools.

Nick: Mm-hmm.

Sharon: And horse and buggy rides.

Noah: And a chocolate factory that hands out free samples.

Nick: Mm.

Sharon: Yeah, he had chocolate for breakfast.

Nick: Yeah, I can tell. I can tell.

Jack: My chief of staff gave me the information. I'll be in Madison on Monday, okay? We'll talk then. Thanks.

Noah: You know, you should take Phyllis up here when she gets out.

Nick: You know, I wish I could, Bud, but, uh, she can't travel. It's against the rules.

Jack: Unless it's work-related. Listen, are we a go on Cassie's Challenge being at the casino? I promised my suppliers I'd tell 'em today.

Sharon: Well, Nick already agreed, didn't you?

Nick: Yeah, it's a... it's a tie-in with the town's grand opening.

Jack: That's great. It'll raise a lot of money for a really good cause.

David: Hey!

Nikki: Hi.

David: You're late.

Nikki: I know. I'm sorry. I couldn't read my own handwriting. I tried to call you.

David: Yeah, I know. The reception's pretty spotty around here.

Nikki: Oh, boy. This parking garage is huge!

David: Yeah.

Nikki: I'm lucky I found you.

David: You ready for some good news?

Nikki: I sure need some.

David: I've been assured that all the stores will be on time for the grand opening.

Nikki: Oh, well, that's great. Too bad our resort won't be.

David: Why? What happened?

Nikki: Victor called in his loan.

Victor: Morning.

Nick: Okay, so, uh, Noah and I will hook up with you guys at around lunchtime?

Sharon: Works for me.

Jack: Yeah, I got an interview at noon, a casino manager coming in from Atlantic city.

Sharon: Okay, well, um, call me when you're finished and we'll meet up.

Jack: Yep.

Noah: Can we go to the skate park?

Nick: Well, did you bring your wheels?

Sharon: Does he go anywhere without that thing?

Nick: True. How about your knee pads?

Noah: Got 'em.

Nick: And your helmet?

Noah: Yes, Dad, come on! Let's go!

Nick: All right.

(Cell phone ringing)

Nick: Oh. All right, we'll go. Hold on, I gotta take this call. Hey, is this my, uh, hot, soon-to-be-work-released-wife?

Phyllis: Yes, if this is my hot husband?

Nick: We still on for tomorrow?

Phyllis: Yes. Definitely. I'm so excited I could burst.

Nick: Well, I'm gonna be the first one to greet you at work.

Phyllis: Ooh, greet--greet? Is that what they're calling it now?

Nick: And I wanna keep doing this. We have to follow the rules, all right?

Noah: Can I talk to Phyllis?

Nick: Uh, yeah, hold on. Um, Noah wants to say hi. Here you go, Bud.

Noah: Hey, Phyllis, guess what?

Phyllis: Hey! What--what, you pulled an "A"?

Noah: I work with you now. Jack's letting me stuff envelopes. We can see each other all the time.

Phyllis: Oh, cool! Um, I don't know if the officials are gonna agree with that.

Noah: I know. I'll put on a disguise. And we can ride in the elevator together.

Phyllis: We're gonna work something out. Definitely.

Noah: Okay. Bye, Phyllis.

Jack: Hey, say hello for me.

Sharon: Yeah, me, too.

Noah: Jack and Mom say hi. Here's Dad.

Nick: Yeah, Summer's gonna put on a disguise, too, and lick some envelopes.

Phyllis: Okay, that sounds good.

Noah: Mom, I saw Lauren and Paul and the police lady. Can I go say hi?

Nick: All right, I'll see you in less than 24 hours.

Phyllis: Yeah, less than 24 hours. See you later. I love you.

Nick: Bye.

Noah: Mom, can I?

Sharon: Yeah, Sweetie, go ahead, yeah.

Jack: It seems like everywhere I go these days that detective follows.

Nick: Why is that? What's going on?

Jack: I am now a person of interest in, uh, Ji Min's death.

Nick: Really? Wow, and my son lives with you.

Jack: Maybe you oughta get the facts before you start spouting off like that.

Nick: What do they have on you?

Sharon: Not here.

David: Adrian's doing a segment on the local morning show about the renovation exhibit.

Nikki: Well, that would've been a great P.R. effort had Victor not called in the loan.

David: You're not one to just give up.

Nikki: No, I'm not, but right now--

David: Good. Because I have some connections worth trying. You might have to sell part of your investment.

Nikki: I'm desperate.

David: Okay. Still no reception.

Kay: Oh, I thought we were gonna meet J.T. in private.

Nikki: Katherine!

Kay: Hello, you two.

Nikki: When did you get in?

Kay: Oh, just got here.

David: Cane.

Cane: Good to see you.

Kay: Can't stay too long, though. In fact, Cane and I are driving back in a couple of hours.

Nikki: Ah. Um, do you have a second?

Kay: Yeah, of course.

Cane: Um, sure. I have to make a phone call anyway. Okay.

David: Take care.

Nikki: David, could you excuse us for a minute?

David: Absolutely. I'll see you back in town.

Nikki: Okay.

David: I'll go work on that problem.

Nikki: All right. (Sighs) well, after we talked, I thought that I should talk to Victor and try to make peace. See if... we could work it out or at least not rush into a divorce.

Kay: Well, I'm glad to hear that. Now have you, uh, spoken to him?

Nikki: I didn't get the chance. He walked in the door and announced that he was calling in the loan.

Kay: You mean the overdue payment?

Nikki: No. The entire loan. Katherine, I'm finished.

Kay: I don't understand, why would he do such a thing? Like that?

Nikki: I have no idea. But that is what he's done. And right now the only thing I care about is getting Clear Springs out of his control. And I've exhausted all of my resources. Katherine, you know that I would never badger you about money, ever, but I am desperate. I am begging you. Please help me.

Kay: I wish you had called me before the payment was due, Nikki, you know that!

Nikki: I know! I know!

Kay: Now--now I'll stop construction on all the condos immediately.

Nikki: All right. Thank you.

Kay: Now I will certainly give you an extension on the amount of time you need on the money that you owe.

Nikki: Thank you, thank you.

Kay: Darling, please try to understand this. The company cannot afford the entire loan. It cannot--it simply cannot and I am sorry.

Nick: All right, call my secretary and have 'em set up an appointment for next week. Yeah, we'll talk about it then. Okay, thanks.

Lauren: Hey!

Nick: Hi.

Lauren: I just heard the news, that Phyllis is coming home!

Nick: I know! Can you believe it? Tomorrow!

Lauren: Incredible.

Nick: Yeah, I'm driving home tonight, so I can be there when she shows up for work in the morning.

Lauren: Then will you tell her that as soon as I get home, I'm coming by to see her.

Nick: Well, there are some rules about having visitors at work. And if she breaks them, she could get kicked out of the program.

Lauren: Okay, all right. I'll run everything by Michael and make sure that everything is strictly business when I see her.

Nick: Cool. Um, I hate to ask.

Lauren: Hm?

Nick: Are you free this afternoon?

Lauren: Yeah. Why?

Nick: Could you watch Noah for, like, an hour? I need to talk to Jack about something and I don't want Noah to overhear it.

Lauren: Right. But if this has to do with Clear Springs, I should be in on it. You know, I hear the condos aren't selling. And quite frankly, I'm questioning the fact that I'm even opening a store here.

Nick: Yeah, all the bad publicity is frightening the retailers.

Lauren: Including me.

Nick: Look, we're gonna turn this around.

Lauren: All right. Well, if you hear anything, you keep me in the loop.

Nick: I will.

Lauren: By the way, where is Noah?

Nick: You know, he's out back feeding the bluebills in the pond.

Lauren: Well, I will be in the restaurant having breakfast with Paul and Maggie.

Nick: Okay.

Lauren: Okay.

Nick: Thanks again.

Lauren: Bye.

Nick: Bye.

Adrian: I-I've got my computer with me. I will get it to you. All right.

Victoria: Hey. Hello. Hello. Are you ready to go?

Adrian: Little snafu. Um, my editor's two-year-old got into her desk and tore up some pages from my manuscript. Is there wi-fi in this town?

Victoria: Yeah, by the library. But if you need to fax something, you can do it from here.

Adrian: Well, I-I have to print it out first. I'm gonna head over to the copy center. Let's say we meet in the parking garage in an hour?

Victoria: The parking garage? Four floors the size of a football field beneath Main Street. I'm gonna need a tracking device to find you.

Adrian: Okay, point taken. Level "D," east side by the escalators.

Victoria: All right. I'll see you there. Hopefully.

Adrian: Okay.

Nikki: Oh, hello. Excuse me.

Victoria: Mom, hi!

Nikki: Hi, Sweetheart.

Victoria: Did you-- did you drive around town? Did you see it?

Nikki: Yes.

Victoria: So? Isn't it great? It's better than we hoped. I mean, Cane really did, um, he did an extraordinary job, I think. I really feel like everything's starting to come together. I don't know, maybe it's the positive, feel-good hormones kicking in. But... Clear Springs and--and J.T. and Bubba. What about Bubba?

Nikki: Excuse me? Please tell me that's not my grandson's name.

Victoria: No, Mom. It's just his nickname until he's born.

Nikki: (Sighs) oh, you're wearing your ring.

Victoria: Yeah! Isn't it beautiful? You know, I didn't want to do anything to jinx the pregnancy. I was really afraid that... I was afraid that I wasn't gonna have an opportunity to be a mother ever.

Nikki: Oh, Honey.

Victoria: It's more important to me than anything in the world.

Nikki: I know. I know it is.

Victoria: It's definitely the best project that I've ever worked on. Ever.

(Telephone ringing)

Victor: Yes?

Kay: Uh, victor, Katherine here.

Victor: Katherine.

Kay: For you to pull the support from under Nikki after she has worked so hard, my God, man, I think that is ruthless and almost inhumane.

Victor: Ask yourself the following question, why would I throw good money after bad?

Kay: Come on, you and I have a long, long history. We both are heavily invested in this project. I'm saying, please do not do this to her.

Victor: Did my ex-wife come to you, ask you for a loan so that she could pay me back?

Kay: Yes, she did.

Victor: You're a good businesswoman. You turned her down, right?

Kay: Well, I had to. You know I did.

Victor: If you thought it was a bad business proposition, why wouldn't I?

Phyllis: Oh, is your big brother taking care of you? Is he taking care of you?

Daniel: Big brother is dropping her off at the sitter's on his way to work.

Phyllis: Oh, yes, thank you.

Summer: (Cries)

Phyllis: Uh, dare I ask-- dare I ask... did you get your midterm grades back yet?

Daniel: Innovative and entrepreneurial finance-- "B-plus," Baby!

Phyllis: Ooh, good! Those are your hardest classes.

Daniel: Don't cry. Hey! Yeah, I'm stoked, but, I mean, my other grades haven't posted yet.

Phyllis: Okay. Tomorrow's the day. Tomorrow's the day!

Daniel: Yeah.

Phyllis: I've been dreaming of a good bagel for weeks and weeks and weeks. Can you do me a favor?

Daniel: Yeah.

Phyllis: Can you, uh, can you drop one off at the office before I get there? What's going on? What's going on?

Daniel: Yes. Yes. I think I could do that.

Phyllis: Yes. Good. Hey, you, what's going on? What's wrong? Isn't your big brother taking care of you?

Summer: (Cries)

Phyllis: Isn't he?

Daniel: Shh.

Summer: (Cries)

Daniel: Well, Jack asked me to take care of all the paperwork. On, come on, Girl. I think she's upset because I-I don't know if I got everything right. I had to drop your schedule off to the board--

Phyllis: Oh, no. On, no, that scares me.

Daniel: I got a "B-plus," remember?

Phyllis: It wasn't an "A-plus," remember?

Daniel: I double-checked. I triple-checked. You should be good.

Phyllis: Yeah, that makes me feel good. It puts me at ease.

Daniel: Mm.

Phyllis: It's a baby girl.

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Noah: But you said we could go to the skate park.

Nick: I know, Dude, and we're going to, but I have to take care of a few business things first.

Noah: Mom, this isn't fair.

Sharon: Sweetie, I told you we were gonna have to work part of the time on this trip.

Nick: I promise you, all right? It's not gonna take long.

Noah: I don't wanna go with Lauren.

Lauren: Oh! I can't believe you just said that! I'm so crushed! Oh, and I wanted to give you a tour of my new store.

Noah: It's a girl's store.

Lauren: We have boy things, too.

Paul: No, it's-- it's a girl store.

Nick: Yeah, good stuff.

Paul: It's definitely a girl's store.

Lauren: You, Guys!

Paul: No, it's true. Hey, I've got an idea. I've got a fishing pole in my trunk. The walleye and the pike-- I'm telling ya-- have feedbags on for the winter.

Nick: Ah!

Paul: What do you say?

Nick: How does that sound, Man?

Noah: Way better.

Sharon: Well, someone forgot to pack his fishing pole.

Paul: That's all right. He can use mine.

Nick: Does that sound fun?

Noah: Okay.

Paul: Done.

Nick: Good.

Paul: You wanna come with us?

Maggie: Hooks, worms, standing around not talking for inordinate amounts of time?

Paul: Yeah, it's a great way to relieve stress.

Maggie: I can think of better ways. No, you go off with Noah.

Paul: Okay.

Maggie: Okay.

Paul: You don't mind if we delay the walk-through?

Lauren: That's fine. We can rearrange the schedule. In fact, I actually-- I wanna check out the new stores and see if the retailers are having any trouble with delays.

Maggie: Oh, shopping is my idea of how to relieve stress.

Lauren: Ah, so then come with me.

Maggie: Okay. You talked me into it.

Lauren: Good. Why don't we meet here in an hour? I just have some things I need to wrap up.

Maggie: Okay, great. That sounds good. See you later.

Lauren: See you all.

Nick: Okay.

Paul: Have fun.

Lauren: Bye.

Nick: Hey, you be good.

Noah: I will.

Sharon: And you're gonna need a heavier jacket. Let's get one.

Noah: Okay.

Paul: I'll find out where I can get a fishing license.

Noah: Bye, Dad! See you later!

Nick: See ya. Thank you.

Paul: Okay, you bet.

Nikki: No. No announcement yet. I have a call in to Kwan in Hong Kong. Yeah, I-I'm waiting. He was not very happy with Victor the last deal they made, so... I'm hoping to take advantage of that. Um... let me know if you hear anything, okay? Bye. Can you believe that Jack had the nerve to show his face here this morning?

Nick: Well, yeah, we're actually all here to look at the casino.

Nikki: Why?

Nick: Well, we're holding Cassie’s Challenge fundraiser event there.

Nikki: What? Why do you think that's a good place for that?

Nick: Well, it's in conjunction with the town's grand opening. We think we'll raise a lot of money.

Nikki: Okay. Have you spoken to your father lately?

Nick: No. Why?

Nikki: He called in my loan.

Nick: Why would he do that?

Nikki: Oh, because he's Victor Newman and because he can. I couldn't make the payment, and it is in our agreement that he has the right to call in the entire amount.

Nick: What the hell is he thinking? He has to realize how this is going to affect the development. Not including all of us! Look, Mom, this isn't over without a fight. I'm gonna do whatever I can to make sure you get that money.

J.T.: The concrete mixed for the band shell was over-watered, resulting in high slump.

Kay: Which means what?

J.T.: An increase in shrinkage and a loss of compressive strength. We're vulnerable to freeze-thaw deterioration. Now when I confronted the project manager, he said he'd look into it. When I pressed a little harder, he said he'd fire the sub, and that that mixture was an isolated case.

Cane: Was it?

J.T.: Everything that's been poured to date has passed inspection.

Kay: Then we're covered?

Cane: Unless the city inspector's on the take.

Kay: Well, then is there some way we can... inspect this quietly until we find a problem? That is, if there is one.

Cane: Yeah, I can do that.

Kay: We have enough trouble in Clear Springs as it is, now the more low key this is, the better off we're going to be. And the cost to Chancellor Industries? You know, that's not to mention the potential lawsuits-- could be staggering. And I do mean, staggering.

Amber: It's really no problem.

Lauren: All right, before you leave, please go get something to eat and charge it to my room. And I insist on paying you for the day.

Amber: No, you do not have to do that, okay?

Lauren: Oh, yes, I do. I needed these plans so badly. I worked hours on them.

Amber: I know-- I know what you mean. Can--can I show you something?

Lauren: Hmm? Uh, yeah, sure.

Amber: Okay. I know that you were planning on featuring a-a new designer for your grand opening of Fenmore’s, and, um... I was hoping that maybe, you know, you--you might wanna consider me.

Lauren: Oh, these are the designs you wanted to show me the other day?

Amber: Yeah.

Lauren: Hmm. Very nice.

Amber: Yeah. You know, I-I believe that I'm--I'm a really talented, you know, designer and-- and singer and songwriter and... all I need is my break. And here are some songs that I recorded also. I also wanted to do the music for the fashion show.

Lauren: Oh. Would you like me to change the store name to Amber's, as well?

Amber: I'm not doing that false humility thing. I have talent. And I believe I know what your customers are looking for.

Lauren: Well... I did like what you designed for Forrester.

Amber: Thank you. But you see, these-- they're hipper and trendier, but they're not too hip and trendy, they're--they're wearable. You know, fashionably wearable. Kind of like, uh, haute couture meets retro-chic. I was kinda gearing for the younger market.

Lauren: Well, it's nice to see you so focused and committed. I like this one.

Amber: Yeah? Is that a yes?

Lauren: That is-- you will definitely have a presence at the opening. How's that?

Amber: Yes!

Nick: What happened to that Dad who gave his daughter a baby book? The one that told his son he wanted to build a cradle with him? The one that said family was the most important thing.

Victor: What do you mean, what happened to your dad? I meant that.

Nick: Well, then you can understand why I'm so stunned that you would do this to Mother.

Victor: Son, I am saving your mother from further trouble down the road, all right?

Nick: Oh, so, Dad, you're doing this for the greater good? Give me a break.

Victor: My decision is final. Your job description at Newman is in acquisitions and venture capital.

Nick: I am not letting this go. Because this involves all of us, not just you and Mom.

Victor: You listen to me, stay out of this.

Jack: So Victor Newman would be running Clear Springs instead of you? What's the diff? One's as bad as the other.

Nikki: Actually, there is a diff, if you think about it. As much as I dislike you, I would rather see Clear Springs succeed, than you fail. Can you imagine what would happen if Victor were in charge? Believe me, it would behoove you to loan me the money to pay him back.

Jack: I don't have that kind of money lying around.

Nikki: I'm sure you could find some.

Jack: Victor Newman is the last person I wanna see running this development. Even if I wanted to, I can't get my hands on that much cash to save you.

Kay: Now the concrete on the boathouse? That was fine?

Cane: Yeah, I was there when it was poured, and an engineer took samples. Watch your step, Grandma. I wanna go have a look at the fitness facility. Joe supervised that without me.

Joe: Mrs. Chancellor, this is unexpected. Nice to see you.

Kay: Thank you. I just drop in once in awhile, check on my grandson.

Joe: So what do you think of the place? It's changed a lot since you've last been here.

Kay: Everything looks wonderful as far as I've seen.

Joe: Well, this was a shortcut until the driveway was ready. Sorry about that.

Nick: So why are they looking at you for Ji Min's death?

Jack: My association with Jabot, I guess.

Sharon: They just have to look into everything, that's all.

Nick: Sounds like they're just looking into you. Did you do it?

Jack: What?

Sharon: Of course he didn't do it.

Jack: You honestly think I'm capable of killing someone?

Nick: I've seen you lose your temper.

Jack: What, and you haven't?

Nick: Detective Sullivan followed you up here, right?

Sharon: That was a joke.

Jack: Nothing will come of that, believe me.

Nick: They obviously have a reason to suspect you. So what is it?

Sharon: Well, they-- they found some dog hair they believe to be Fisher's on Ji Min's body.

Nick: You and Noah and Jack are the only people that are ever around that dog.

Jack: None of that means anything.

Nick: It clearly does to the police.

Maggie: Um, where's Noah?

Lauren: Oh, he's up in the room, playing video games.

Maggie: Oh. Paul said he'd be down in a few, which... that could mean a few hours.

Lauren: Yeah.

Maggie: The man's got incredible focus, but not when his cell phone is turned on.

Lauren: Oh, multiple work commitments.

Maggie: Yeah. It just never stops.

Lauren: Mnh-mnh.

Maggie: But I guess that's why we get along so well.

Lauren: Have you met his mother yet?

Maggie: Mary?

Lauren: Yes, Mary.

Maggie: No. No, I haven't met her, but I've heard some stories.

Lauren: Oh, yeah, there's stories. You know that she's famous for her spare ribs and sauerkraut? Do you know that?

Maggie: Yeah, he said something-- something about that.

Lauren: Right. Well, one night we went over there for dinner, and that's what she was serving, of course--

Maggie: Uh-huh.

Lauren: And made us take a bag home, and I-I guess we forgot to put it in the fridge-- I don't know what happened-- but we decided to go to a movie and--and then to the lake house for the weekend, and when we got home... oh, my God, it smelled like someone had died in there.

Maggie: I'll bet! Wow. So you and Paul used to live together?

Lauren: I thought you knew.

Maggie: No.

Lauren: He's my ex-husband.

Victoria: From the outside you'd never be able to tell that it's a print and copy center unless you saw the sign, of course.

Adrian: Cane has done a great job with the mixed-use buildings. I particularly like the work he did on that Greek revival.

Victoria: It's amazing. And I can't stop admiring how far this place has come. It's just incredible.

Nick: Hey, Vick?

Victoria: Huh. You think that when you grow up, your little brother will stop following you around. Hello.

Adrian: Hey, Guys.

Nick: Hey.

Sharon: Hey. Wow, look at you! You look great.

Victoria: Three and a half months to go. I'm sure I'll be nice and ready by then.

Sharon: Yeah, I know how that feels.

Victoria: So how's the casino look?

Jack: Actually, couldn't look better.

Sharon: Yeah, it looks perfect.

Nick: Are all the stores rented?

Victoria: Not yet. No.

Nick: Well, I was thinking about opening up a pawn shop across the street. Where are you off to?

Victoria: Adrian-- Adrian has the agenda.

Adrian: Yeah, there's some, uh, privately restored homes that I still wanna show Victoria. She's gonna swing by N.V.P., and if there's time after that, we're gonna head up to the ski resort.

Victoria: Yeah, I'd like to see the competition. Oh, and of course, your exhibit.

Jack: Which is?

Adrian: It's a... an exhibit documenting the renovations and how blighted downtown areas can be revived.

Sharon: Yeah, I peeked in earlier. It looked wonderful.

Nick: Have you talked to Mom?

Victoria: Yes. I have.

Nick: Uh, excuse us a minute.

Adrian: Sure.

Nick: So... I've made some calls, but I haven't been able to come up with anything.

Victoria: What do you mean? What are you talking about?

Nick: Well, Dad called in N.V.P.'s loan.

Victoria: What? He tells us how important family is and then he does this? After all of Mom's hard work-- after all of our hard work? No, he can't do this. I won't let him.

[Victoria calls her Dad on her phone]

Victor: Yes?

Victoria: Dad.

Victor: Hi, Sweetheart.

Victoria: What the hell is wrong with you? After all the hard work we've done up here, and you call in Mom's loan?

Victor: It's for the best.

Victoria: Are you kidding me? You don't know what's best for anyone but yourself. All you care about is hurting her!

Victor: I'm saving your mother from herself. She has made a mess of her life, all right?

Victoria: I have been overseeing Clear Springs since Newman got involved. I have put my heart and soul into this project. What you've done is selfish and vindictive. You should've consulted me.

Victor: You listen to me! This is my company. I run it any way I want, you got it?

Victoria: Dad? He hung up on me. I can't believe it.

Adrian: You know what? Maybe--maybe you should take a break and relax.

Victoria: No. No. We're going out. And when we're finished, I'm going back to Genoa City. I'll show him just how much I am my father's daughter.

Amber: Thank you so much. Oh, hi, Mrs. Chancellor! What are you doing here?

Kay: What are you doing here?

Amber: Well, Lauren asked me to come up. Uh, Fenmore’s is featuring some of my designs in the grand opening fashion show.

Kay: I see. Well, I wish you the best.

Cane: Grandma?

Amber: Thank you.

Cane: Grandmum?

Kay: Yes? Oh.

Amber: The--the fashion show will feature some of my designs and--and also a few of the songs I recorded. My music career is really taking off.

Cane: Good for you.

Amber: Thanks.

(Cell phone ringing)

Cane: Wait a second. This is Cane.

J.T.: Hey, its J.T. listen, I found something really big. You better get down here.

Nick: Hey, so tell me something. What do you think's gonna happen when Noah finds out about the investigation?

Sharon: Oh, we don't wanna tell him.

Jack: There's no need to.

Nick: Well, until it leaks and hits the internet, which Noah is on all the time.

Jack: Okay, that's not gonna happen.

Nick: Jack, what's it like living in denial?

Sharon: Nick...

Nick: Look, you're a state senator. You've been hit with one scandal after another. The press keeps coming after you, 'cause you're an easy story. So I'll tell you what, why don't you step back and think about somebody other than yourself for once. Think about what this is gonna do to Noah when he finds out.

 

Paul: Where's Noah?

Maggie: He's getting a snack.

Paul: Oh.

Maggie: So... guess who I was talking to while you were upstairs? Your ex-wife.

Paul: Which one?

Maggie: Lauren. That's funny how that never came up. I wonder what other deep, dark secrets you've kept hidden from me.

Paul: Well, I bet you don't know that I play the bongos.

Maggie: No, I know you don't play the bongos. You have no rhythm.

Paul: Bagpipes? Hey, I can pull 'em out when we get home.

Maggie: You could?

Paul: Promise.

Maggie: Mm-hmm.

Paul: What about you? You got secrets?

Maggie: If I told you, they wouldn't be secrets.

Lauren: Hey, Guys!

Paul: Oh, hi.

Maggie: Hi.

Paul: Ready to go?

Noah: Yep.

Lauren: Well, Noah and I were talking. And we think we should all go fishing.

Noah: Yeah. She has stuff for fishing at the store.

Lauren: Yes, I do. I have poles, tackle, lure, an entire sports equipment department at our service. And you called it a girl's store.

Noah: Yeah.

Paul: Okay, we stand corrected then, don't we?

Lauren: Thank you.

Paul: All right. Well, what about the walk-through for, uh, the security?

Lauren: Oh, let's do it later. We could all use a break, right?

Noah: Yep.

Lauren: How about you? We can use flies instead of worms.

Maggie: Oh. Okay, I'm in. I liked shopping better, but I'm in.

Lauren: Okay.

Paul: Pound it, Buddy. Let's get going.

Lauren: All right! Hey!

Maggie: I'm not so good.

J.T.: I found these cracks here. See those? Yeah. There's some over by the stairwell.

Kay: Oh, Dear.

J.T.: And then there's these here.

Kay: Oh, Lord.

Cane: There's also cracks in the fitness center. I don't believe this. We're gonna have to halt construction. We're gonna have to go over every square inch that Chancellor has built or renovated. This is gonna cost a fortune.

Kay: Oh, it's gonna cost a whole lot more in lawsuits if we open for business and then something happens.

David: I'm sorry, Nikki. I called every source I know. What about Jack? Or that--that banker from Hong Kong?

Nikki: Nothing.

David: Mrs. Chancellor?

Nikki: Turned me down. I can't believe this is happening. I mean, it's not just the money. This was my dream and now my dream isn't gonna happen because of Victor's spite. I have never been so angry at him ever.

David: It's because he knows that with your talent and drive--he can't stop you.

Nikki: He has! It's done! I'm done!

David: No. No. Listen to me. If you lose Clear Springs, another project will come along. A better one. One that doesn't require you to rely on your husband. Nikki, you're not a defeatist. And no one, not even the self-proclaimed, all-powerful Victor Newman can keep you down.

Nikki: Oh, David.

Sharon: (Gasps)

[Explosion]

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