Y&R Transcript Thursday 11/15/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 11/15/07 -- Canada; Friday 11/16/07 -- U.S.A.


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Nick: What are you guys doing out here?

Nikki: The nurse is in with your sister.

Nick: Oh. My wife made it for her.

Victor: That's nice.

Nick: All right, what's going on?

J.T.: Victoria's blood pressure is still elevated. The medication isn't working.

Nick: Well, let 'em try a different kind of medication. There must be hundreds of 'em.

Victor: Dr. Webb wants to deliver the baby.

Nick: Are you going to...

Nikki: We haven't made a decision yet.

J.T.: He said an immediate C-section would save Victoria's life.

Nick: What about the baby?

Victor: The baby wouldn't survive.

David: There are some documents here that need your signature.

Nikki: Victoria's condition is getting worse. I can't leave her.

David: I'll bring them by.

Nikki: Thank you. You have no idea how much I appreciate you taking care of everything.

David: Don't worry about anything while you're there. Just focus on your daughter. I'll see you soon.

Nikki: (Sighs)

Karen: Oh, hey.

David: Hey.

Karen: The coffee will be ready soon.

David: Ah, this'll do just fine.

Neil: Well, you know what they say, an apple a day keeps the doctor away. It's not exactly haute cuisine.

David: Well, I guess I'm saving up for turkey day.

Karen: Oh, that's right. Thanksgiving's right around the corner. I almost forgot.

David: Yes, it is. Too bad the Newmans will most likely be spending it eating hospital food. Well, I gotta head out. I'm going down there.

Neil: Oh, David? Uh, do us a favor? Please give everyone our regards.

David: Will do.

Neil: Thanks.

Karen: Do you really think Victoria will still be in the hospital at Thanksgiving?

Neil: I don't know, Karen. Last time I checked, her condition hadn't improved.

Karen: That's so sad.

Neil: Yeah. Her family will probably buy Thanksgiving dinner for everyone in that building.

Karen: Did you know that Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday?

Neil: Really?

Karen: Yes, it is. Because you hang out with the family, you eat, you relax, you eat. You eat. You eat. You eat.

Neil: You keep eating.

Karen: I'm gonna miss being home this year.

Neil: So you're not going home?

Karen: No, no, no, no, no. There's too much to do here, you know? I gotta keep the boss happy.

Neil: Oh. That's very generous of you.

Karen: Mm-hmm, and I expect to be fully compensated.

Neil: Well, that's no problem. I think I'm gonna need that distraction. This is the family's first Thanksgiving without Dru.

Kevin: Hey, Mom.

Gloria: I'm fine.

Kevin: Uh, good to know. Is that a grocery list you're working on? 'Cause we're out of that ice cream you picked up last time. It was really--

Gloria: No, it's not that kind of list.

Kevin: Oh. Well, then what is it?

Gloria: It's just a little project I'm working on.

Kevin: Let me see.

Gloria: No! It's a private project.

Kevin: Oh, well, if it's a private project--

Gloria: Don't! Don't!

Kevin: "Get Jeff a job at Jabot in Hong Kong office. Frame Jeff for a crime." Mom, what is this? Are you crazy? Don't answer that. I don't know why I keep asking when I already know the answer to that question.

Gloria: Well, at least one of us is trying to find a solution to our problem.

Kevin: Our problem? No, my problem is that we don't have any ice cream. This--this--

Gloria: This is necessary, and if you don't wanna help me, go away. And give me some time alone.

Kevin: You want time alone? You keep trying to frame him for a crime, you're gonna have plenty of time alone behind bars.

Gloria: Listen, I told you, William left a message-- "If anything happens to me, don't let her get away with it." If I don't stop Jeffrey from going to the cops, I am gonna be arrested for murder.

Kevin: I am sorry, Mom, but number five-- telling him he's won a contest and sending him on a world cruise? That's not gonna stop him forever.

Gloria: It's a list. I'm trying. Got any better ideas, please, be my guest.

Nick: This doesn't make any sense. The doctor was just saying if the baby had a couple more weeks to develop, then he would survive. Now he wants to end the pregnancy?

J.T.: He said she may not live more than three weeks if the medication doesn't work.

Nikki: Look, we have a little time to make up our minds.

Nick: If there is any chance at all to save this baby, we have to try.

Victor: Dr. Webb is an expert in this field. He wouldn't recommend this unless absolutely necessary.

J.T.: That baby means everything to Victoria.

Nikki: If Victoria stabilizes, we won't even have to consider his recommendation. We have to pray for a miracle.

Victor: Yeah. Yes, Doctor?

Dr. Webb: All right, I've reviewed Victoria’s latest urinalysis. She has a slightly elevated level of protein.

Nick: What does that mean?

Dr. Webb: It can be a sign of renal damage. It means we need to start monitoring for kidney failure.

Nikki: Is she in immediate danger?

Dr. Webb: It's a significant change, but it's not life-threatening at the moment. But the labs do verify the Preeclampsia diagnosis. Now--now look, it's time to make a decision about terminating the pregnancy before Victoria’s condition deteriorates further.

J.T.: Is the-- is the baby all right right now?

Dr. Webb: The stress test indicates that the baby is not being affected at this time. But a decision needs to be made soon.

Nikki: Continue treating the hypertension.

Victor: Doctor, we cannot afford to lose either one of them.

Kevin: Well, my list is as uninspired as yours.

Gloria: "Infest his room with fleas and he'll change rooms." Great, wise guy. Where do you get fleas?

Kevin: I'm sure someone's selling 'em online.

Gloria: "Fake a mysterious illness and Switzerland has the only cure." Oh, come on, Kevin! Isn't there anything you can think of to scare him away?

Kevin: No. Nothing legit.

Gloria: Well, there's gotta be something. Okay, let's look at the big picture. Fact--he said he was hurt because William cut him out of his will. But he hasn't done anything legal to contest the will.

Kevin: Well, he can’t. Your other son, the lawyer, says he has no grounds.

Gloria: Fact-- I know he suspects me of being part of the Jabot cream scandal. And fact-- he's been recording our conversations.

Kevin: Yeah, but you're too smart to say anything incriminating.

Gloria: That's right, I am.

Kevin: So answer me this, why didn't he go right to the cops when he first got to town? What's he trying to get out of you?

Gloria: Money. It's the only thing he wants.

Kevin: Well, didn't you also say that he wanted, um... you?

Gloria: I didn't realize till last night how important seduction was in his little game. But he's not getting a dime of my money.

Kevin: Well, you know, it's too bad that William never talked about his brother. Some of that information could've been useful.

Gloria: My genius!

Kevin: What?

Gloria: Get your laptop.

Kevin: You're gonna go with the e-mail scam?

Gloria: Unh-unh. I'm gonna make Jeffrey Bardwell fall in love with me.

Neil: (Coughs)

Lily: Hey!

Neil: Wow, what's all this?

Lily: This, Dad, is a frozen dinner free zone.

Devon: That's right. Keep away from the microwave.

Lily: Tada! A decent meal.

Devon: Anybody remember what that tastes like?

Neil: Well, it's certainly been awhile.

Lily: I know you guys have been working hard, so I wanted to treat you.

Neil: Well, hold on, I-I can't believe that you cooked.

Lily: Who said anything about cooking?

Neil: Devon, you did this?

Devon: No. Yeah, right.

Lily: Well, I was at school all day and I had a late shift, but I called in the order. That's still impressive, right?

Devon: Kinda. I dialed the number and let her borrow my cell phone.

Lily: That's true.

Neil: Hey, I've got an idea. Uh, Thanksgiving's coming up, why don't we let Gina cook for us, we can go by the club, no dishes to wash.

Devon: I don't know if this is what you're trying to do, but getting us away from the apartment isn't gonna make us stop thinking about Dru.

Lily: Yeah. I know I'm not the best cook, with my rolls coming out of the freezer, but I do wanna be at home.

Devon: Maybe we can get the bread from Gina.

Neil: Yeah, we can, um... we can start a new tradition. Or... not. Home it is. That's fine.

(Knock on door)

Neil: Yeah, come on in.

David: Excuse me. I need to speak with you.

Neil: Uh, I will come by your office later. I'm having dinner with my family.

David: I'm sorry to interrupt family time, but this is really important.

Neil: Kids, don't start without me.

Neil: All right, this couldn't wait?

David: Can you tell me what the hell is going on? I was just served a legal notice about Nikki's loan being due?

Neil: We can discuss the loan during regular business hours. I don't appreciate you interrupting my dinner with my family.

David: And I don't appreciate the fact that Victor proceeded to call in the loan while Nikki's daughter is lying in a hospital bed.

Neil: It's Victor's daughter, too. And the loan was called in before the disaster, okay? It shouldn't be news to anyone that the loan was overdue.

David: All right, fine, you know something? I'll just bring it up with Victor when I see him.

Neil: No, you can bring it up to me right now. I'm in charge of Newman.

David: Oh, really? So this is your handiwork? Does Victor even know? Well, maybe he needs to be brought up to speed.

Neil: Victor doesn't need to be brought up to speed by you. Stay away from him.

David: And what about Nikki? What does she need? If you can't reassure me, Neil--

Neil: I'm not gonna discuss this any further with you until I've had a chance to look over the loan papers. And I guarantee you, you'll be the first person to know when that happens.

David: Fine. But I'm not waiting all night.

Devon: Dad, what did he want?

Neil: Aw, hell, nothing important. Come on, let's eat.

Lily: Hey, do you guys think that it would be okay if we invited Sharon over for Thanksgiving dinner? I mean, I know she misses Mom, so I thought it would be nice to have her over.

Neil: Hey, you know what? That's a really good idea. Devon?

Devon: Yeah, no, I think that'd be cool.

Neil: Since we're talking about inviting people, uh, Karen informed me that she's not gonna be going home for the holidays. So I'd like to ask you two if it's all right with you if she comes over for Thanksgiving. What do you say?

Devon: Uh... yeah. Why not?

Lily: Ahem. Yeah. That's a good idea.

Neil: Great.

Kevin: Why couldn't you have used Michael's computer?

Gloria: Because he checks the search history.

Kevin: So erase it. You just have to delete the browsing history.

Gloria: No, I delete all the history, then he gets suspicious and starts asking questions.

Kevin: Well, the student has surpassed the master. I'm still not sold on your plan.

Gloria: All right, listen to me, William fell in love with me because we had so much in common. And we had so much in common because I did my research.

Kevin: Well, you know that Jeffrey liked William's first wife, right? You have any clothes left over from that makeover?

Gloria: Ugh. No. I know he was in a third-world prison, but I have no idea what that's like.

Kevin: Yet.

Gloria: Shut up!

Kevin: I won't. Because "A"--this plan of yours is totally insane. "B"--how do you get someone to fall in love with you? And "C"--this plan of yours is totally insane.

Gloria: All right, listen to me, I know he wants my money, but last night when he was kissing me, it was a lot more than just a passing fancy. I'm sorry, Kevin. I know you have a problem with your mother being a sexual human being.

Kevin: No, no, no, no, no! No, quiet, that is enough, Woman! You be quiet.

Gloria: All right, what do you know about Corvairs? He's a member of the International Corvair Society.

Kevin: I know that the engine is in the back. And my lunch is now in my mouth.

Gloria: There's gotta be something--something out there I can grab.

Kevin: Mom--Mom, as much fun as this is, if you're not careful, if you make this guy angry, you're gonna end up in jail.

Gloria: I got it. I got it. Jeffrey Bardwell has a masters in Asian studies.

Kevin: Yes?

Nikki: I didn't want Victoria to hear me crying.

Victor: You don't have to be strong in front of me. I understand.

Nikki: Every time I think she's doing better, that doctor comes in and says she's doing worse.

Victor: Don't worry about any of this now. We don't have to make a decision right now, okay?

David: How's your daughter?

Nikki: Uh... um...

David: Nikki, I'm sorry.

Victor: You don't have to come here and check up on everyone now.

Nikki: Not, it--it's... he came with business things that have to be taken care of.

Victor: This is not the appropriate time for business, all right?

David: Really? Isn't that interesting?

Victor: What the hell does that mean?

Nikki: David brought over some documents so I wouldn't have to leave the hospital.

Victor: You don't trust him to sign for you?

David: Nikki owns the company. There are certain items she needs to sign off on.

Victor: This is not the appropriate time for that, all right?

Nick: Look, Dad, these are time-sensitive documents. Now I have taken care of Newman's side, but Mom really needs to wrap up her end.

David: I wouldn't have come by if it weren't necessary.

Nick: I'll tell you what, why don't we go to the cafeteria, finish this off?

Nikki: You will let me know if there's any changes?

Victor: Yes.

Nikki: Let's go.

Karen: (Sighs) hey.

Neil: Hey, you. More coffee?

Karen: Ugh. No, I'm completely on overload. I need a little nourishment.

Neil: I know what you mean. I'm on a caffeine high myself. Hey, listen, um, I need to ask you something.

Karen: Okay. Shoot.

Neil: Okay, um, it's a little awkward it's strange territory, but there's a girl that I wanna ask to dinner. She's a little tough to convince, though, so I need your advice. Suggest something that I say. What do I say?

Karen: Uh, how about... what's your favorite kind of food?

Neil: Well, I already know that.

Karen: Okay, well, then how about if you pick an interesting restaurant that you've never been to before and invite her there.

Neil: No, I can't do that. This is, um... it's a family thing.

Karen: Oh.

Neil: Karen, your favorite food is Italian. Your favorite ice cream is pralines and cream. I wanna ask you to join my family for Thanksgiving.

Karen: Neil, I don't know.

Neil: The kids are completely over it, they are. And--and you're not going home for Thanksgiving, so you can't use that as an excuse.

Karen: The kids are-- they're okay with it?

Neil: Yeah, they're fine.

Karen: Really?

Neil: Absolutely fine.

Karen: Really?

Neil: Yes.

Karen: Really? Okay, I'm in. I know it's a little embarrassing. You didn't really have to twist my arm or anything, but you know, I love Thanksgiving and I love the meal and now you're gonna get to see what kind of a pig I am. And oh, I get the turkey leg.

Neil: Uh, you're gonna have to box Devon for the turkey leg.

Karen: Unh-unh. Turkeys have two legs, okay?

Neil: Is that right?

Karen: So I will take the other one.

Neil: I've seen a one-legged turkey before.

Karen: Okay, what about the wishbone?

Neil: Honestly, I wish for all this business to just go away.

Karen: Well, look, how can I help you?

Neil: Uh, Victor called in Nikki's loan before the collapse. I'm sure he forgot about it, but business affairs generated the paperwork. They sent an official notice to Nikki.

Karen: Oh, are you gonna see if this is really something he wants to pursue?

Neil: I'd like to figure it out myself.

Karen: Well, Neil, if it was up to me, I would just take those papers and throw 'em in the back of a drawer, let 'em, I don't know, start collecting dust for a little bit, you know?

Neil: Oh, gosh.

Karen: I can't imagine Victor wants to deal with finances at a time like this.

Neil: Karen, that's why it's my job.

Kevin: Well, that was a quick trip to the orient.

Gloria: It's just a reproduction from a museum. You know, I found it in my jewelry box, something I'd picked up along the way, but never wore. And it comes with a history. I learn the history, Jeffrey and I have something in common.

Kevin: You're an expert. Round one of "Bonding with Bardwell" can commence.

Gloria: "A reproduction of a netsuke from the Edo period. The kimono had no pockets, so men would suspend personal items from the obi, or sash, using a cord. And the netsuke kept the cord from slipping through the obi."

Kevin: Uh, Mom, slight problem. Number one-- you don't have a kimono. And number two-- uh, you're not a man.

Gloria: So what? I know fashion. And I think it works beautifully as a necklace. It would be more noticeable. Hm? Hm? Hm?

Gloria: Jeffrey, its Gloria. I hope I'm not bothering you. Listen, I was wondering... you didn't happen to find a gold compact, did you? You did? Oh, I'm so happy. It was something that William gave me. It's very special to me, and I was wondering if maybe I could come over and-- thank you. I'll see you soon. Bye.

Kevin: I don't ever remember hearing about this special compact.

Gloria: It's a sample from Jabot. He'll never know. I left it behind just in case I needed a reason to go back and see him.

Kevin: Of course you did.

Jeff: Ah.

Gloria: Ah! Expecting company, Jeffrey?

Jeff: I am.

Gloria: Well, then I won't stay long.

Jeff: Well, I hope you change your mind, or else I'll be drinking it alone. I was hoping you'd be my guest.

Gloria: I would love to be your guest. Oh, thank you so very much.

Jeff: Mm-hmm.

Gloria: I would never have forgiven myself if I lost this. It means a lot. Are you staring at me? Oh, or maybe my necklace?

Jeff: It's different, but beautiful.

Gloria: Thank you.

Jeff: Kinda like you.

Gloria: Well, it's actually just a reproduction from a museum. But it is called a netsuke from Japan, the Edo period. You see, kimonos didn't have pockets, so men would carry their personal items on a-- on their sash, or their obi, as it's called.

Jeff: Mm-hmm.

Gloria: ...Using a cord. And the netsuke would keep the cord from slipping off the obi. Nice story, huh? But I think it looks very good as a necklace.

Jeff: Oh, yes, it does. Um, I'm well versed in the, um, Edo period and the different styles of the netsuke.

Gloria: Really?

Jeff: I have a masters in Asian studies.

Gloria: Well, I never would've known that.

Karen: Oh. Hey.

Lily: Oh, um, I'll get out of your way.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no. Actually, you know what? I'm--I'm glad I ran into you. 'Cause I wanted to thank you for inviting me over for Thanksgiving dinner.

Lily: Um, sure. No problem.

Karen: And you know what? I'll bring whatever you'd like. I'll take care of it.

Lily: Oh, well, actually, it's all taken care of.

Karen: I have to bring something. So you know what I figured that I would bring my favorite Filipino dish. It's called Chicken Adobo. And you're gonna love it. I mean, it's not really traditional, but it's a bird, right?

Lily: Um, yeah, that sounds good.

Karen: Okay. And you know what else I make that's really great? I make this, um, really mean green bean casserole dish, so I'll bring that, too.

Lily: Actually, I'm making that dish. It was my mom's specialty.

Karen: Oh. Okay, that's great. I'll just, um, I'll figure out something else to bring.

Lily: Well, I'm actually using all of my mom's recipes, so I've really got it covered. It's okay.

Karen: Okay. Well, I can't wait.

Lily: Bye.

Karen: Okay.

Nick: What did we ever do before "Sign" tabs, huh?

David: You know, we could always make a stamp with your signature on it. I wouldn't have to bother you so much.

Nikki: My signature I can handle. More bad news, I cannot handle.

David: After this we're done.

Nikki: It gives me peace of mind to know that you're handling the fallout from Clear Springs.

David: Then I'm doing my job.

Nick: I appreciate you taking care of all this.

David: Time to go and earn all these praises.

Nick: I'm gonna go get some food, take it upstairs.

Nikki: All right, Honey.

David: So how's Victor been?

Nikki: He's been Victor. You know, he's had his moments. And he's... focused totally on Victoria and the baby.

David: If you need me, you know where I am.

Nikki: I do. I don't know, I don't think we should push our luck right now. Cause any friction.

David: Right. Oh, I, um, brought some gifts.

Nikki: What?

David: Some lavender cream for you. It's supposed to have a calming effect, and some sweet orange for your daughter. Gives her the sense of being outside on warm day.

Nikki: You are so good to me.

David: You make it easy. Come here.

Nikki: Oh, thank you. You're so sweet.

J.T.: Wow, you got a thing for Mark Twain, huh?

Victor: Twain quotations. Let me see... "Honesty is the best policy-- when there's money in it."

J.T.: Yeah, that's in here. Sounds like your dad's itching for a quote-off.

Victor: That's right. You have Twain quotations memorized or what?

J.T.: No, but I got a little help.

Victor: Mm-hmm. Sweetheart, your fiancé is a brave man. He doesn't realize you and I used to play that game, does he? Hm? All right, your move.

J.T.: "Always do right. This will gratify some people and astonish the rest."

Victor: "Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. It owes you nothing. Because it was here first."

J.T.: Oh, he's kicking my butt.

Victor: That's right.

(Monitor beeping)

J.T.: Hey...

Victor: Her blood pressure is rising.

J.T.: Hey, you're okay. All right?

David: Victoria's condition hasn't improved.

Neil: You went to see Victor after I specifically told you not to!

David: Relax. I didn't say anything. Nikki and Victor don't need the added stress. I'm confident that we can deal with this.

Neil: And this-- wait, what is this?

David: It's a press release. If you don't rescind the loan demand, this gets released. Tonight.

Neil: Hey, Dav--

Karen: Oh. He looked rather determined.

Neil: Yes. To drag Newman's name through the mud if we pursue the loan.

Karen: Well, he's protecting his boss.

Neil: She should tighten that pit bull's chain.

Karen: Neil, what are you gonna do?

Neil: I don't know. Victor hasn't even thought about the loan since the Clear Springs fiasco.

Karen: I wouldn't doubt it. I mean, everything is just so complicated now.

Neil: Yeah. Which is why he at least deserves to get a heads up.

Lily: Hey.

Devon: Hey. What are you doing hanging around here?

Lily: I was just studying in Dad's office. It's a lot more quiet than our place.

Devon: I hear that. It actually wouldn't be so bad if the people next door played some decent music.

Lily: (Laughs) Yeah, no kidding.

Devon: Hey, uh, I was thinking of making some jalapeno cornbread for Thanksgiving this year.

Lily: Uh, does that go with Chicken Adobo?

Devon: You're making chicken? What happened to turkey?

Lily: No, Karen's bringing chicken. Dad invited her.

Devon: Oh. What's wrong with you?

Lily: I don't know, it's like our small family Thanksgiving dinner has turned into some big potluck with strangers.

Devon: You know, you're the one who started inviting people.

Lily: Mom's best friend is hardly a stranger. And Karen didn't even know Mom.

Devon: That's true, but... you also know that Dru always loved when people came over. And there was always room for one more.

Lily: Yeah, that's true.

Devon: And also, you're not the best cook. I'm just saying. So when the only things edible we have are some chicken and some cornbread, you're gonna be grateful, or thankful, that she came.

Lily: Ha ha. Well, I'm not gonna be thankful that Karen is coming.

Devon: Well, she is coming. And we have to get used to that for Dad.

Lily: I don't know what it is about her. It's like--it's like she's trying too hard. It just gets on my nerves!

Jeff: This almost makes up for the other night when you had to leave.

Gloria: I'm very sorry about that. Jeffrey...

Jeff: What? What is it?

Gloria: I have a little confession to make. I loved your brother with my whole heart.

Jeff: Is that it? 'Cause I think I already knew that.

Gloria: No, it's not that. You seem, I'm having a real problem with the fact that I'm very attracted to you. Really attracted to you. Don't you think there's something wrong with that?

Jeff: No. Not at all. We're finally on the same wavelength.

Gloria: We are?

Jeff: You know I'm attracted to you, which is a little strange given my history with my brother and his first wife. But I've come to terms with that, so can you. If anything, I'm flattered.

Gloria: That's a relief. Because I would never want you to think that you're just, um... a substitute for William. If anything, it's been easy to get past the physical resemblance. Because you are so different. And I've come to value you for who you are, everything about you. And I think I've just said too much.

Jeff: No, no, nothing you said should embarrass you. Please don't rush off.

Gloria: I think I better. I think I better before--

Gloria: (Muffled) Jeffrey, please... before we do go too far. (Knock on door)

Jeff: Stay the night. Stay with me.

Gloria: No. No. No. Because that's not why I came back. That's not why I came back.

Gloria: My compact.

Nick: You know, we could stay here for a little while longer if you'd like.

Nikki: Yeah, maybe. I don't think I have the energy to go upstairs yet.

Nick: So what's this?

Nikki: Uh, David gave me some lotions.

Nick: I guess you guys are getting pretty close, huh?

Nikki: Can we please not have this conversation?

Nick: Okay, I guess you don't owe me an explanation.

Nikki: All right. He's a sweet guy, all right? He's very different from your father. It's just refreshing for me to have somebody who actually puts me first. That's all.

Nick: So you and Dad aren't gonna be working things out anytime soon?

Nikki: Honey, I will always love your father. We will always be in each other's live, but not as husband and wife. I've changed. I-I can't have him dominated me anymore. And with David, there is none of that. And with David, I can have opinions. He respects me for it. It's win-win. Everything with your father, as you know, is win-lose. Guess who's always the loser? I am not about to be the loser anymore.

Dr. Webb: Victoria's blood pressure is still high.

Victor: Is that because of the new medication?

Dr. Webb: Yes.

J.T.: But what if you stop the new meds? Will she stabilize?

Dr. Webb: No, we're facing time constraints.

Victor: Is there a possibility of a stroke?

Dr. Webb: Yes. That's entirely possible.

J.T.: What about the baby?

Dr. Webb: He needs to be delivered now, in spite of the risks.

Victor: What do you suggest we do?

Dr. Webb: I've called Dr. Okamura to schedule the C-section. If we wait, we will lose both Victoria and the baby.

Victor: Deliver that baby.

Karen: Hey, Mom? Yeah, I got some good news. Guess what? I am actually gonna be coming home for Thanksgiving. What? The Caribbean? No, no, no, no, no, go, go, go. You should just go and have some fun. Yeah, yeah, no, no, no, I'll be fine. Have fun. Okay, love you. Bye.

Neil: David, I've decided to put the loan on hold--indefinitely.

David: That's a wise decision, Neil.

Karen: Wow, twice in one day. Um, I need your help. I have to tell someone that I can't have dinner with him.

Neil: Really?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: Um, something happen?

Karen: Yeah, change of plans. I'm gonna go home for Thanksgiving dinner after all.

Neil: Oh. Oh.

Karen: Well, you know, I just--I-I-- when I told my mom I wasn't coming home, she just... well, she wasn't very happy, so I'm gonna go home.

Neil: Yeah, yeah, no, I-I, um, I totally understand. I'm a little disappointed, gotta be honest with you.

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: But I'm glad for you, that you're gonna be spending the holidays with--with-- your favorite holidays-- with your family.

Karen: Yeah.

Kevin: A little light reading before bedtime?

Gloria: Let's call it... research.

Kevin: I take it things went well at casa de Bardwell?

Gloria: I think so. The plan's working. We had champagne, a little intimate contact--

Kevin: All right, fast forward, will you?

Gloria: Honey, Honey, it was only a kiss, but believe me, he wanted more. Even pulled the "Oh, I left the compact again" routine, just so I could give him another kiss.

Kevin: Cut to the chase. Did he or did he not say anything about the cream?

Gloria: The cream? Not a word.

[Jeff puts some of the tainted cream on his arm]

Jeff: Ow! Jeez! That didn't feel right. What's in this stuff?

Nikki: What's happened?

Nick: What's wrong?

J.T.: She's being prepped for surgery. They're delivering the baby.

Nikki: What?!

Nikki: What's going on? J.T. said something about they're prepping her for surgery?

Victor: Victoria and the baby could die if they don't. Her blood pressure is still far too high, all right? Dr. Webb wants a C-section done immediately.

Nikki: We can't do that! We have to wait until the baby gets stronger. Even if Victoria dies.

Nick: Mom!

Victor: What the hell are you talking about? You don't know what you're talking about.

Nikki: Yes, I do! We can't do this!

Victor: Will you listen-- will you listen to me? Victoria is going to die.

Nikki: We don't know that. We don't even know if she's gonna wake up. We don't know anything!

Victor: Will you come to your senses? If they don't perform a C-section right now, both Victoria and the baby may die, you got that?

Nikki: There is no way of knowing that Victoria will die if we don't do the surgery, but we do know definitely that the baby will die.

Victor: I don't like the odds. Deliver the baby now, Victoria will recover and have other children, all right?

Nick: Dad's right, Mom.

Victor: For that to happen, they have to operate right now.

Nikki: No. No. No. I know in my heart, that Victoria would never, ever agree to this. She would want that baby to live, even if she gave up her own life. So I cannot allow this.

Victor: I do not want our daughter to die, you got that? You're not the only one to make that decision!

Nikki: I am doing this for our daughter!

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

Brad: I deserve to have a say in this.

Victor: No, you do not. My wife and I make that decision.

Phyllis: If you screw up my appeal, I will make you wish that you were never born.

Nick: My gut reaction is to save Vick.

Nikki: Even if she would rather us save the baby?

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