Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/7/07

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/7/07 -- Canada; Thursday 11/8/07 -- U.S.A.

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Neil: Here we are. One dirty martini.

Karen: Thank you, thank you.

Neil: You're welcome.

Karen: You know, you must have made money tonight. You think?

Neil: Yeah, yeah, actually, more than I expected. It's great to see people giving from their hearts to such a good cause.

Karen: I know. I agree. And you know, somehow this disaster has caused the entire community to kind of count its blessings I think.

Neil: Yeah, come together, right?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: "There by the grace of God."

Karen: Yeah. And I think everyone needed this kind of sort of stress relief. I think they needed this night.

Neil: You know what else was cool?

Karen: Mm?

Neil: Enrique Iglesias. Wasn't he off the chains?

Karen: Oh, so hot! So hot! I have got to go get his album.

Neil: So hot? Look at you. I saw. You were practically melting on the floor.

Karen: Yes. Well, practically, yeah.

Neil: You and all the other women.

Karen: We were just having fun. It was really fun. The night has been fun.

Neil: Yeah. Too bad it's over.

Karen: What do you mean, over? You turn into a pumpkin after midnight or something?

Neil: Nothing that dramatic.

Karen: No?

Neil: No, the guy who usually closes up, he got sick halfway through his shift.

Karen: Oh. So now it's your shift.

Neil: The perks of being the boss.

Karen: Well, you need some help? I mean, I'll stick around.

Neil: Oh, no, no, no, no, I-I couldn't ask you to do that.

Karen: You didn't ask me. I'm offering.

Maggie: (Laughs) yeah, I missed that one.

Lauren: Only when...

[Heather remembering]

Paul: I thought I was one step ahead of he the whole time. But what's a little kidnapping for the better good, right? I'd hold her, I'd keep her there, nobody gets hurt. I tell ya, if I had to do it all over again, I would make sure that Sheila Carter never escaped.

Heather: Ahem.

Cane: Hey.

Heather: Hey.

Cane: Do you want another drink?

Heather: Yeah. You know what? I, um, I could definitely use one.

Lauren: Why don't you guys come back to our house for a drink?

Michael: Yeah, come back.

Maggie: Oh.

Paul: Oh, really? It's kinda late, isn't it?

Maggie: Yeah.

Lauren: Oh, come on! The party's just started.

Paul: Mags?

Maggie: Well...

Michael: Come on, come on, come on, come on.

Maggie: Well, if you make it coffee, I'm in.

Lauren: Fine! Absolutely.

Maggie: Okay.

Lauren: Excuse me. I have to go to the powder room.

Maggie: Oh, I gotta go, too.

Lauren: Okay.

Maggie: Okay.

Michael: Hurry back.

Lauren: Okay.

Paul: Are you sure this is a good idea?

Michael: I never argue with the wife.

Paul: Well... I mean, after the little episode and the dream she had the other night, are you a little...

Michael: Worried about her? Yeah, Paul, I'm worried about her.

Neil: The explosion was caused by an electrical short that ignited a huge pocket of displaced methane. Victor, your miners-- they--they followed every safety regulation and then some.

Victor: That doesn't change the fact that one man is dead and others are critically injured.

Neil: I realize it doesn't change the outcome, but it was an accident.

Man: Mr. Newman? I'm finished with your office. You can go back in now.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: So remember last month you were telling me about this chapel in Milan. It had a funny name. I can't remember it. But your girlfriend sent pictures from her vacation. And you fell in love with the stained glass.

J.T.: Yeah, she told me about that. It bothered you that the roof was falling apart.

Nikki: That's right.

J.T.: Yeah.

Nikki: And I had no idea that you donated money to fix it. The only reason I know is because they sent a lovely thank you note. Yes, I did open your mail and I read it. I'm sorry. You can deal with me later. But now... you have great incentive to go back. You can see it all refurbished.

J.T.: We'll take the baby. We'll make a trip out of it.

Nikki: Yeah! That's great.

J.T.: You can show us all around the country.

(Monitor beeping)

Nikki: What is that?

J.T.: I don't know.

Nikki: Well--

J.T.: I don't--I don't--

Nikki: Get somebody!

J.T.: I'm gonna go get a nurse. Nurse?! Nurse?!

(Monitor beeping)

Nikki: What's happening?

Woman: The machines registered an elevated blood pressure reading.

J.T.: How elevated? What--what does that mean?

Woman: There's nothing to worry about.

Nikki: There's nothing to worry about? After that alarm?

Woman: Sometimes the digital units malfunction. Her blood pressure's normal.

J.T.: Oh, thank God.

Woman: I'll replace this unit with a new one and I'll have the doctor check her out, just in case.

Nikki: Thank you. (Exhales)

J.T.: I don't know how much more of this I can take. My heart almost stopped right there.

Nikki: All right, just take deep breaths. She's okay. She's okay.

Lily: Hey. What did you think of the concert?

Cane: I thought it was great. Your dad must have some pretty good connections to get Enrique here.

Lily: Yeah, my dad knows a guy who knows a guy who books acts.

Cane: Now that explains it.

Lily: Yeah, I'm actually trying to think of the song that he did a few years back. It was a duet with Lionel Richie? My dad used to play it all the time. Do you know which song I'm talking about?

Cane: No.

Lily: No? Okay.

Cane: No. Thanks. Um... I'll see you.

Lily: Okay.

Cane: Okay.

Heather: Oh, thanks.

Cane: Sure.

Heather: Thank you.

Karen: (Laughs)

Neil: It's true, though.

Karen: Is it?

Neil: Yeah. You have very soft hands.

Karen: I do.

Colleen: Hi.

J.T.: Hey.

Colleen: How is she?

Nikki: Hi.

J.T.: No change. No change. How's your leg?

Adrian: It's getting better every day.

Nikki: Look who's here, Sweetheart. Adrian and Colleen.

Adrian: We thought you guys might be hungry for something you can't find in the cafeteria.

Colleen: Well, you might be able to find it, but it won't be good. Um, I brought your favorite-- meatball sandwich with extra cheese.

J.T.: Yeah, thanks. I'm fine.

Adrian: When was the last time you ate?

J.T.: I don't know.

Colleen: You don't want Victoria to wake up to a withered fiancť, do you?

J.T.: Honestly, I don't even know if I can keep it down after what just happened.

Adrian: What happened?

Nikki: Her blood pressure alarm went off. It scared us to death.

Colleen: Is she okay?

J.T.: Where's Dr. Ryan?

Woman: I put in a call. I haven't heard back yet. I'm so sorry. Visiting hours are over.

Colleen: Yeah, we were just bringing food.

Adrian: We won't stay long.

Nikki: How is her blood pressure?

Woman: Let's see.

Woman: Right where it should be.

Nikki: All right, well, I don't care if it's where it should be, I need to see the doctor.

Victor: Bring the car around. I'm going to the hospital, okay? Thank you.

J.T.: Hey. I just want you to know I'm really glad you were the one that was with her down there.

Adrian: Well, she kept me going. Told me that her loved ones would move heaven and earth to rescue us. She told me this story about skywriting.

Nikki: Oh, yes. When she was a kid she decided to run away after some family argument and Victor hired a skywriter with very serious recommendations of what to do and directions how to get home and it worked.

J.T.: I love that story.

Adrian: It convinced me that the Calvary was coming.

J.T.: Sounds like she was pretty brave down there.

Adrian: Hate to admit it, but she kept me sane.

Nikki: Hey, you hear that, Baby? You're a hero.

Adrian: Yep. She never gave up hope. You know, if--if you have to be buried in a pile of concrete and twisted metal, this is the person you want with you.

Michael: This is the last of the decaf. I hope that's all right.

Maggie: Oh, uh, oh, thank you. That's perfect.

Michael: Here.

Maggie: Yeah, I just don't want anything to keep me up.

Michael: You having trouble sleeping?

Maggie: Yes. And usually my head hits the pillow and I'm out.

Lauren: Okay. So Fen and Gloria are out like lights. One of them is drooling, I'm not naming names.

Paul: Well, we'll keep our voices down.

Michael: Oh, that's all right. Those two could sleep through an air raid.

Lauren: Mm. You know, I remember stories that my mom used to talk to me about--air raids. People would go into shelters underground, you know, when the sirens went. Oh, I can't even imagine something so horrible, living like that.

Michael: You're shivering. You cold?

Lauren: It's chilly in here, isn't it?

Paul: Actually, I think it's kinda warm.

Lauren: Oh.

Maggie: Oh, you can't-- you can't go off him. He's a walking furnace.

Michael: Look, how 'bout I get you a sweater?

Lauren: All right, thank you.

Michael: Okay.

Lauren: I'm a total mess these days. I'm freezing all the time. I can't sleep.

Maggie: Yeah. I-I was just saying that. I haven't been able to sleep either. If I do get to sleep, I wake up at 3:00 A.M. in cold sweats.

Paul: Well, next time that happens, just call the walking furnace. I'll warm you up. You know what? You need to cut yourself a little slack. You've been through a trauma, right? Your body reacts. It's normal.

Lauren: Normal, huh?

Paul: Yeah.

Lauren: I just-- I don't want the baby to pick up on my anxiousness. They're so sensitive.

Paul: Oh, you just told me the little guy's sound asleep. Trust me, he's not-- he's not picking up on anything.

Lauren: Yeah, I just-- I mean, you're right. I don't want him out of my sight either. It's not logical.

Paul: Lauren, Lauren, stop beating yourself up.

Maggie: Yeah, we just... we all have to accept that it's gonna take awhile before we're back to normal.

Lauren: Are we ever gonna be normal?

Paul: Yes, we will. All of us.

Michael: Here we go. I fished this one out.

Lauren: Uh, o-okay.

Michael: I thought this was your favorite.

Lauren: It--it's fine. Thank you.

Michael: Okay.

Maggie: You know what helps me when I can't sleep?

Lauren: Hmm?

Maggie: I have a hot bath and some chamomile tea.

Michael: Ah, see?

Maggie: Yeah.

Michael: And add to that the willing-- dare I say eager-- husband's patented massage technique on all knotted muscles. Which--I dare say-- has been proven to send her right to dreamland.

Lauren: It's true.

Paul: You know what works for me? Late night TV--infomercials? Ten minutes of those, I am like... snoozing.

Michael: Unlike my mother, who, uh, you know, instead of snoozing, calls and buys anything they're selling, right, Honey?

Lauren: Mm-hmm.

Michael: You know what?

Lauren: Hm?

Michael: What about some warm milk? You know, that calcium works on the nerves. It helps you to relax.

Lauren: You want me to drink warm milk?

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Lauren: I'm not a baby.

Michael: You are a baby. You'll always be my baby. I'll be right back.

Lauren: Okay.

Maggie: Yeah, you could-- you could always go by that old standby-- counting sheep.

Paul: You know, what is it with the sheep anyway?

Maggie: What?

Paul: I mean, why isn't it, like, cows, or--or pigs, or even electric guitars, for that matter?

Maggie: Or--or, like, the ultimate satisfaction-- perps that we have busted. Okay, that would be--

Paul: Sort of like, armed robber number one--

Lauren: I can't--my sweater!

Paul: What's the matter, Sweetheart?

Lauren: I can't get my sweater off!

Paul: No, no, no, it's fine.

Lauren: I can't breathe!

Michael: Oh, I'm here. I've got it. Just pull it.

Lauren: I can't breathe!

Michael: We'll unzip it. We'll get rid of it. That's it.

Lauren: Okay!

Michael: Don't pull. Don't pull. There, there, there.

Lauren: Oh--oh, my God!

Michael: Just-- just look at me. Hold on. Hold on, right?

Lauren: Oh, my God!

Michael: All right.

Lauren: I can't--

Michael: I got you. Just look at me and breathe.

Lauren: I can't breathe.

Michael: Paul, her medication's in the bedroom on the nightstand, all right? Breathe with me.

Cane: You still seem upset from the call you got from work.

Heather: Oh, God. I'm sorry. I'm not very good company right now, am I?

Cane: It's okay. Do you wanna-- do you wanna tell me what's bothering you?

Heather: Hypothetical question?

Cane: Sure.

Heather: Okay. So say you had a friend and you found out that they had dome something illegal.

Cane: Well, it depends on how good the friend is and how illegal--

Heather: A very, very, good friend.

Cane: Okay.

Heather: I mean, someone you've admired for years. The last person you ever would've thought would commit a crime.

Cane: Is it a big crime or is a little crime?

Heather: Big. Very big.

Cane: Well, I mean, you know, every job has a certain level of accountability and... you're a...

Heather: So you mean, if I was a secretary, then maybe I could let it go.

Cane: Yeah.

Heather: But since... I'm a prosecutor...

Cane: Right. And as an assistant district attorney, you have... well, I suppose, one of the highest levels of accountability there is. Right?

Heather: Yeah.

Michael: Is it helping at all, Sweetie? Is it?

Lauren: No. I feel like I'm gonna-- I'm gonna die.

Michael: All right, I know you feel like you're gonna die, but you're not. I'm here. I'm here. You're safe here with me. All right? Just...

Maggie: Michael, how long does it take for the medicine to kick in?

Michael: 20 minutes. It's usually 20 minutes. It should be kicking in any minute now. She should be getting better.

Paul: Look. Here, look at me. Short breath in, long breath out. Do it again. In. Out. That's it.

Michael: I forgot, you've dealt with this before.

Paul: Try it again. She made it through when we were trapped, she's gonna make it through now. Right? There we go.

Cane: So I'm chasing this guy.

Heather: Mm-hmm.

Cane: I finally catch him. I tackle him. I wrestle him to the ground and I grab his gun. It's a squirt gun.

Heather: Oh, no! Oh, my gosh! Um, I had no idea you were a bounty hunter.

Cane: I did that and, uh, I was also a skip tracer. Whichever one paid more. It generally just depended on the level of danger in the job.

Heather: Well, I'm sure the squirt gun guy really, um, paid you a lot.

Cane: Yeah, well, not really. I think I paid my phone bill that month with his money.

Heather: So do you want, um, let's get out of here. Yeah?

Cane: I'd like that, yeah.

Heather: Okay, mmm.

Neil: Screaming. And I thought something really bad was happening. Turned out, her cat--

Lily: Hey.

Karen: Hey.

Lily: Um, do you wanna get something to eat?

Neil: Oh, can't, Baby. Gotta close up.

Lily: Oh, okay, then I'll just help you.

Neil: Sure, why not? With the three of us working, um, it'll go a lot faster.

Lily: Oh, three?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: Yeah, Karen offered to help.

Lily: Oh, okay, well, then you guys don't need my help then.

Karen: No, no, no, of course we need your help. I mean, just stay. It'll be fun. We can clean up, and then we'll go out for a bite to eat afterwards, and I'll treat.

Lily: Um, thank you, but I think I'm kinda tired. I'm just gonna go home and crash.

Neil: Lily, you sure?

Lily: Yeah, I'm sure. Yeah. Um, good night.

Karen: Good night.

Neil: Good night. I love you, Baby.

Adrian: Hey, it's me, your disaster buddy. I don't want you to worry about Clear Springs. Most of the structures you were restoring are still intact. And I talked to the committee. They're gonna let me fill in for you till you're back on your feet. I will make sure that they keep your vision.

Nikki: We appreciate that.

Colleen: I'm worried about you. I know you're not taking care of yourself.

J.T.: I'm fine.

Colleen: J.T., you've barely left the room, and you can't even remember what you ate before this.

J.T.: Listen, I know you mean well, but save it, all right?

Colleen: It won't do Victoria much good if you're in here for exhaustion, okay?

J.T.: I wanna be here when she wakes up.

Adrian: We should go. We promised the nurse we wouldn't stay long.

Colleen: Okay.

Adrian: If either of you need anything, please don't hesitate to call.

Nikki: Thank you. Thank you.

J.T.: I'll walk you guys out.

Colleen: Bye.

Nikki: I'm not going anywhere.

Victor: How is she doing?

Nikki: We had a minor scare earlier. We thought her blood pressure had elevated, but it was just the machine malfunctioning. She's fine.

Victor: And other than that?

Nikki: No change.

Victor: What does the doctor say?

Nikki: Hasn't been in yet.

Lauren: I'm sorry.

Paul: For what?

Lauren: For freaking everyone out.

Michael: Look, if anybody understands, they do.

Lauren: Yes. I'm very frustrated that I need a pill just to feel normal.

Michael: Hey, hey, better living through chemistry. I'm all for it. Now stop beating yourself up.

Paul: So what caused the attack?

Maggie: You said something about your sweater being too tight?

Lauren: Yeah. Yeah, I just started to feel claustrophobic. And then my mind went to what if this building collapsed, and I couldn't get to Fen and... it just--it came on.

Maggie: Yeah. Once it comes on, it's hard to stop it, right?

Lauren: I tried.

Michael: It is okay. It is eminently sane.

Paul: You went through a trauma. You're traumatized.

Maggie: Mm.

Lauren: How do we know that what happened in Clear Springs couldn't happen here? You know, terrible things happen. You feel like you're in control one time, your--your life is going fine. And then the next... what if I couldn't get to Fen?

Michael: It's totally unrelated. Totally unrelated situation.

Lauren: No, it really isnít. It really isn't because multi-leveled parking structures don't just collapse as--as any-- any apartment buildings do.

Paul: No, no, no, our collapse was caused by an explosion.

Lauren: Explosion?

Paul: Yes.

Lauren: From what?

Maggie: A build up of underground methane gas, from the drilling operation.

Lauren: Well, who would drill near a construction site?

Paul: It wasn't near, it was out of town. But it caused a chain reaction.

Maggie: Mm-hmm.

Lauren: Who was drilling?

Michael: Victor Newman.

Lauren: Victor? Victor is responsible for this?

Adrian: Thanks.

Colleen: Poor Victoria. So sad, seeing her lying there like that.

Adrian: If I hadn't gotten that rebar stuck in my leg, she wouldn't have been helping me, and she would've gotten out sooner.

Colleen: Just please stop, okay? It's not your fault. You have to stop doing this to yourself.

Adrian: Yeah, I-I know. I know that. My heart is breaking for that family. And J.T.

Colleen: Victoria wants that baby so much.

Adrian: Yeah, she told me. When we were waiting to be rescued, we talked about a lot of things. Things we never would've confided in each other under different circumstances.

Colleen: It's crazy, isn't it? That life can change without warning and all those day to day things seem so... unimportant.

Adrian: While we were down there, I-I just thought about how I worry about the smallest things. The things that--that mean... nothing when you think you're about to die.

Colleen: It could've been you in that coma.

Adrian: No, donít. Just--

Colleen: I can't help it. I mean, you said you were coming out together, and if the timing had been different, the concrete might've hit you.

Adrian: Look, Victoria is gonna pull through this, okay? And until then, we just have to focus on what's good that's in front of us.

Colleen: What?

Adrian: Just the whole time that I was trapped down there, I... I just prayed that I'd get to look in your eyes again. Hold you in my arms, kiss those lips.

(Knock on door)

Lily: Colleen, can you please open up? I have to talk to you.

Adrian: She sounds upset.

Lily: Please?

Adrian: Go ahead.

Colleen: Hey.

Lily: Hey. I'm sorry. I'm--I'm sorry. I didn't mean to just barge in on you guys.

Colleen: It's okay. What's--what's going on?

Lily: I know this is gonna sound extremely pathetic.

Colleen: Lily, tell me. It's okay.

Lily: I don't know, I just... I just feel... so alone.

Karen: Right here, right now, what are you thinking about?

Neil: You really wanna know?

Karen: I don't know, do I?

Neil: Mm-hmm. No, you know, uh, you know what I was thinking about?

Karen: Mm?

Neil: The fact that there are so many people on this planet-- millions of people-- and somehow, some way, the two of us found each other, here tonight, dancing, having the time of our lives.

Karen: And what a dancer you are.

Neil: Are you kidding me? I have two left feet.

Karen: No, you donít.

Karen: Was there something else you wanted to say?

Neil: It's funny. Um... if you'd have told me that I'd be here with this gorgeous lady, who would be you, and I couldn't take my eyes off, I'd have said, you're absolutely crazy.

Neil: I still-- I can't believe... that I'm here.

Karen: Neil... just take your time. No pressure, okay?

Neil: Right. No pressure.

Karen: I mean, we'll know when the time is right, right?

Karen: Okay.

Lauren: The miracle of paper bags, huh? Who would've thunk it?

Michael: And a new sweater.

Lauren: You know what? I'm--I'm gonna go outside. I need some fresh air, okay?

Michael: I'll go with you.

Lauren: Oh, no, no, Honey, stay.

Michael: Whoa. Where you go, I go. Please, Guys, don't leave. Can you keep an ear out for Fenmore in case Gloria doesn't hear him, all right?

Maggie: Oh, okay

Paul: Everything's under control.

Michael: Good. Good. Thank you, thank you.

Lauren: We won't be long.

Maggie: Oh, take your time.

Paul: Okay.

Maggie: Lauren's pretty special to you, isn't she?

Paul: Well, we go back a long way. Nothing romantic--

Maggie: Oh, no, no. Not to worry. I find it reassuring that you're on such good terms with an ex-wife. Most divorces make people really bitter towards each other.

Paul: Bitter?

Maggie: Bitter.

Paul: Not a chance.

Lily: I don't know, it's weird. It's like I was at Indigo and I was fine. And then later on, it just... hit me.

Adrian: What--what did?

Lily: That I'm alone. And I was looking around and I see that my dad has Karen, and Cane has Heather and you guys have each other and Danielís moved on. It's like everywhere I look, all I see are couples. And--and trust me, I'm happy for you guys, I am. I love you guys. But it's just... I just feel like everywhere I look, it's like... everyone has someone except for me.

Heather: Well, thanks for coming with me tonight. I had fun.

Cane: It was my pleasure.

Heather: I'm so sorry if that mood swing ruined any part of it.

Cane: No, no, no, no, don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. It's fine. It's fine.

Heather: I'd love you to come up. I wanna make it up to you. Do you wanna grab a cup of coffee?

Cane: Uh... I...

Heather: Clear Springs?

Cane: Yeah. Yeah.

Heather: Okay.

Cane: The clean up's got me working crazy hours. I gotta get up early in the morning. I'm--

Heather: No, it's okay. Don't worry about it. I understand. We'll, um... do it next time.

Cane: Yeah.

Heather: Yeah. Okay, good. Um...

Cane: No, let me-- let me walk you up.

Heather: No, no, it's okay. Don't worry about it. Just stay in here and make sure I get inside, okay? All right?

Cane: Okay.

Heather: Okay, good night.

Heather: I'll talk to you later.

Cane: Sure.

Heather: Okay.

(Car door slams)

Victor: The doctor's on his way.

Nikki: What is it?

J.T.: Her hands.

Nikki: Her hands?

Victor: What's the matter with her hands?

J.T.: Her hands are swollen. They weren't like that an hour ago.

Nikki: He's right.

Karen: You okay?

Neil: Yeah. Of course. Why wouldn't I be?

Karen: Well... you were so quiet, I thought... maybe you were having some regrets, you know?

Neil: About this?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: No, no, no, not a chance.

Karen: Well, it wouldn't be the first time you've been skittish.

Neil: I know. I'm sorry about that.

Karen: It's all right. You've always been really straight with me, Neil.

Neil: You know, Karen, after I lost my wife, the only thing that kept me going was... my two kids. They'd already lost one parent. I had to be there for them.

Karen: That's what makes you a great dad.

Neil: Mmm. Thanks for saying that. I try. I really try. But Dru-- she--she was so involved in their lives. There's absolutely no way that I can replace her.

Karen: Well, no one can. You know, I think that's why the kids resent me. They think I'm trying to replace her somehow.

Neil: The kids-- they would resent any woman that I'm with.

Karen: But you know, being with me doesn't mean you didn't love your wife.

Neil: I don't feel the same way they do.

Karen: You know she'd want you to be happy, right?

Neil: Can I tell you something? Right now I am happy. I haven't experienced happiness like this in so long. And you made me realize that my life isn't over.

Karen: Oh.

Neil: And there's still a lot of years left. And I don't wanna spend them alone.

Heather: Danielle? Hi, it's Heather. I need you to do me a favor. When you get in tomorrow morning, pull all the files we have on Sheila Carter.

Paul: There's no more decaf.

Michael: Hey, hey.

Maggie: Oh.

Paul: Oh. You feel better?

Lauren: Yeah, I do.

Paul: You look better.

Lauren: Yeah, I feel much better. Such a beautiful night. The stars were so clear.

Paul: Oh.

Maggie: You're a stargazer, too?

Lauren: Yeah. I don't know, I find it strangely calming.

Maggie: Oh, yeah.

Michael: I may have to buy you a telescope.

Lauren: So, Guys, if I had to have a meltdown, I'm really glad I was with you.

Paul: Sure. I mean, after what the three of us have been through?

Maggie: Yeah.

Paul: We understand.

Maggie: Don't want you to feel like you have to pretend in front of us.

Lauren: Thank you. I really appreciate that.

Maggie: Yeah.

Lauren: Um, I'm gonna go check on the baby.

Maggie: Okay.

Michael: Yeah? Okay. For months, she was doing so much better. And we made all that progress and now because of the collapse, she's right back where she started.

Paul: I know it seems like that--

Michael: It is like that. She can't even put on a sweater without having a panic attack. Thanks to Victor. I'm sorry, but that... that's not acceptable. I mean, the man has to take responsibility for what he's done.

(Cell phone ringing)

Lily: It's him.

Adrian: Him, who?

Colleen: Uh, the Adonis from down under. Who else has she been--?

Lily: Shh. Shh. Shh. Hello?

Cane: Hey, hey, hey, um, it's--it's--it's me. It's Cane.

Lily: Yeah--yeah, I recognized your voice. Actually, I'm lying. I have caller I.D.

Cane: "To Love a Woman."

Lily: What?

Cane: "To Love a Woman." Remember... you asked me the name of that song that, um, Enrique sang with Lionel Richie. Itís... it's "To Love a Woman."

Lily: Oh. Yeah. Um, yeah, did it just come to you, or...?

Cane: No, no, actually, I, um, I had to call a buddy of mine, he looked it up on the internet for me.

Lily: Oh, well, you didn't have to... go to all that trouble.

Cane: No. Well, you know, it was... it was driving me crazy. I had to, you know, find out what it was.

Lily: Well, now I know who to go to for all my music questions. I'll get a guaranteed answer.

Cane: Anytime.

Lily: Yeah.

Cane: Well, good night.

Lily: Good night.

Lily: It was Cane.

Colleen: Yes, I gathered that when you told me that.

Lily: Yeah, I asked him this question earlier at Indigo and he didn't know the answer.

Colleen: Was he with Heather?

Lily: No, I don't think he was. I think he actually took her home right after the concert.

Adrian: So why'd he call you?

Lily: Well, to answer the question I asked him earlier.

Colleen: What did you ask him?

Lily: Who cares? I just asked him to make conversation so he would get away from Heather. And he didn't know the answer, so he actually went and looked it up.

Colleen: I told you he likes you.

Adrian: From total despair to floating on air.

Lily: I just... I can't believe it. That means he dropped Heather off and he called me. He called me.

Colleen: Yeah.

Lily: You guys, thank you! Thank you!

Colleen: It's okay. It's okay.

Lily: Okay.

Colleen: Okay.

Lily: I'm gonna go now.

Colleen: Okay.

Lily: Bye.

Colleen: Bye.

Lily: Thanks again.

Colleen: I'm happy for you.

Lily: Okay.

Colleen: Okay. Go ahead, say it.

Adrian: What? That your friend's a fruit loop? I'll pass. Besides, I don't wanna sleep on the couch tonight.

Colleen: Oh, smart man. Um, she's just a little worked up. I'm gonna go text J.T. and see how Victoria's doing.

Adrian: Yeah, let's-- let's hope that blood pressure thing was a fluke.

Colleen: Now I don't know a lot about pregnancy, but, I mean, like, high blood pressure can't be good for the baby, right?

Adrian: You really want this kid to be your brother, huh?

Colleen: Odds are he is.

Adrian: How's your dad? He must be worried sick.

Colleen: Yeah. So is J.T. I mean, you saw him. He's a total wreck. Oh.

Adrian: What did he say?

Colleen: Um, heís with the doctor, and he'll call me back.

Adrian: Well, let's hope its good news.

Dr. Ryan: You run a test on Ms. Newman's urine for protein levels and increase the frequency of her B.P. readings.

Woman: Yes, Doctor.

Victor: Has her blood pressure gone up?

Dr. Ryan: Yes.

Nikki: Well, what does that mean? She's gonna be okay, right?

J.T.: I thought the nurse said it was the cuff.

Dr. Ryan: That very well may have been. Her blood pressure has been relatively stable all day.

Nikki: Did you see her hands?

Dr. Ryan: Yes. There's a bit of swelling.

Victor: Which means what?

Dr. Ryan: I'd rather not speculate, Mr. Newman. But I'm glad you called me in.

J.T.: This is serious, isn't it?

Dr. Ryan: We'll be monitoring her vital signs very closely over the next few hours. That ought to tell us more. If you'll excuse me.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

J.T.: I'm gonna go back in.

Victor: That doctor hasn't said a damn thing, has he?

Nikki: He doesn't want to speculate. That means he doesn't wanna scare us. Is that what you're thinking?

Victor: I am gonna call every specialist in the world if it takes that to get Victoria better.

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

Heather: I wanna talk to you about Sheila Carter.

Lauren: Is she back?

Phyllis: They're insinuating that you had something to do with your father's new will.

Nikki: I am tired of waiting for those alarms to go off! I need to know what we're facing!

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