Y&R Transcript Monday 11/19/07

Y&R Transcript Monday 11/19/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 11/20/07 -- USA


Provided By Eric
Proofread By Emma

(Cell phone ringing)

Nick: Hello?

Phyllis: Hey, it's me.

Nick: Hi.

Phyllis: Has her blood pressure gone down?

Nick: No, it's still high. There's no change.

Phyllis: All right, think positive.

Nick: (Sighs) yeah. Yeah, I'm trying.

Phyllis: Speaking of thinking positive... let's hope that my case gets overturned on appeal.

Nick: That would be good news.

Phyllis: Yeah, it would, wouldn't it? Have you spoken to Michael?

Nick: No. He said we probably wouldn't hear anything about your appeal until next week.

Phyllis: Oh. Okay, well, it looks like I'm gonna miss Summer's first Thanksgiving, too.

Lauren: Uh, cranberries?

Michael: Cranberries-- here they are.

Lauren: Great uh, cornbread?

Michael: Cornbread. Cornbread? Cornbread?

Lauren: Yellow box?

Michael: I don't see it.

Lauren: And I will doctor it, of course.

Michael: Uh... cornbread? I like the box stuff. Oh, here it is!

Lauren: You got it?

Michael: Yep.

Lauren: All right, then you know what? We're all set.

Michael: Well, whatever you need done, put me to work. Oh, I'm your man.

Lauren: Yes? Well, I need you to peel apples, but you know, there is something I want you to do.

Michael: Yeah?

Lauren: Yeah.

Michael: Mm.

Michael: Wow.

Lauren: What?

Michael: It's heating up in the kitchen.

Lauren: (Laughs) And we haven't even started cooking yet.

Michael: This is all I need for Thanksgiving.

Lauren: Yeah?

Michael: Thank you.

Lauren: Oh, but, you know, there is something I do-- I need help with first. Quick. Quick.

Michael: What's that?

Lauren: Okay, don't hate me. Gloria.

Michael: Oh, Honey, you just ruined a beautiful moment.

Lauren: We'll get it back. We'll get it back. Honey, I need you to promise that you're gonna keep your mother out of the kitchen.

Michael: Oh, no, uh, Kevinís on it.

Lauren: Really?

Michael: He's already recruited her to help set up a Crimson Lights for the second annual free Thanksgiving dinner.

Lauren: Great! Oh, that's great. I love a woman in a Chanel suit and an apron.

Michael: Me, too.

(Telephone ringing)

Michael: Ugh!

Lauren: Well, okay, quick.

Michael: Hello? Oh. Really? Today? No. No, that's great. That's great. Um, thank you for calling me. Yes, thank you.

Lauren: Who was that?

Michael: The court. They're issuing a ruling in Phyllis' case today.

Lauren: You're kidding! That's awfully quick.

Michael: I wasn't expecting to hear from them until next week.

Lauren: So what do you think?

Michael: Honestly, I don't know.

Lauren: Should we call her?

Michael: No. Um, no, not until we know. I don't wanna get her hopes up, you know, just in case.

Kevin: Well, we keep running into this problem every couple months, Mrs. Chancellor. That's entirely up to you.

Daniel: Hey, how does this sound for a first line? "As liberal ideas of freedom and equality spread--" mm, spread--I don't like that. Changing that to "Prevailed."

Kevin: Yes, no, I was-- I was gonna come in this weekend to work it all out. Well, that's-- yeah, that's great.

Daniel: "As liberal ideas of freedom and equality prevailed, the U.S. grappled with the question of how far to promote these tenets in the world arena." What do you think?

Amber: Sounds perfect.

Lily: That does sound good.

Daniel: Hey.

Lily: Hey.

Daniel: Thanks.

Lily: Um, two mochas, one grande, please.

Kevin: Yeah, yeah. I'll start looking into that right away.

Daniel: Are you cooking Thanksgiving dinner?

Lily: Yeah. Actually, we're gonna eat early so we can come here and volunteer. Mom had such a great time last year.

Daniel: Yeah, I remember.

Lily: What are your plans?

Daniel: Well, my, uh, mother is in jail, and Nick's at the hospital, so things don't look too good for this guy.

Lily: How's Victoria?

Daniel: Last I heard she wasn't responding to her medication. Her blood pressure was really high.

Lily: I'm sorry.

Amber: Here you go.

Kevin: Okay, I'll talk to you soon.

Lily: Thank you.

Kevin: Happy Thanksgiving, Mrs. Chancellor.

Amber: Mrs. Chancellor? She's making you work over the holiday?

Kevin: No, but Jabot is about to come out of the dark ages. We're gonna update the antiquated phone system and she wants me to make recommendations and do some research on the new telecom system. So that she can decide when she gets back.

Amber: From where?

Kevin: Going to visit her son Brock.

Amber: Alone?

Kevin: Uh, no, with Jill.

Amber: Is Cane going?

Kevin: I, uh, I don't think so. He's too busy cleaning up Clear Springs.

Amber: Here.

Lily: Thanks. Well, I have to go, so... um, have a good holiday.

Daniel: You, too.

Lily: Okay. Bye.

Kevin: Bye.

Daniel: That was sufficiently awkward.

Kevin: Well, she didn't throw anything at you. That's progress.

Amber: I wonder if Cane's gonna be alone for Thanksgiving.

Daniel: Are you serious? Why do you care?

Kevin: Because she's a masochist. The guy does not care about you.

Amber: You know what? Last time I saw him, he was nice to me.

Kevin: An aberration.

Amber: Well, Mrs. Chancellor had written me off, but after the accident she and I have become close again. So maybe there's hope for me and Cane.

Kevin: (Laughs)

Daniel: (Laughs)

Neil: Ah, you're here.

Karen: Yeah. Uh, listen, I'll call you right back, okay? Sorry. Yeah, where else would I be?

Neil: Mm, I don't know, maybe on a plane, headed home for Thanksgiving?

Karen: Right. I just--I'm still sort of coordinating all that, so...

Neil: I'm really sorry that you won't be joining us tomorrow.

Karen: Oh, I know. I'm--I'm sorry, too. I just can't disappoint my mom, you know?

Neil: Sure, sure, that's fine. That's fine. Go ahead, just disappoint me.

Karen: All right, I've known her longer, okay?

Neil: You have?

Karen: Yes.

Neil: Are you sure about that?

Karen: Yes.

Neil: Good point. You have a great time.

Karen: Thank you. You guys have a wonderful Thanksgiving, all right?

Neil: We will. Uh, stop by my office before you leave and say good-bye. Love that dress, by the way.

Karen: Thank you. And I will stop by.

Neil: Cool.

Brad: What's her blood pressure reading?

Woman: 152/97.

J.T.: Same as it was 20 minutes ago.

Brad: Still too high.

Brad: We're here, Victoria. You hang in there.

Victor: Uh, no calls right now, thank you. I wish you would come to your senses and give this up.

Woman: Mr. and Mrs. Newman? I'm Tamara Yershov, your mediator. Do you have any questions before we start?

Nikki: No.

Victor: Ms. Yershov, if you don't mind my saying so, this is a damn waste of time. My daughter ought to be in the operating room right now. She ought to have a C-section to save her life.

Nikki: You know, it's--it's not a matter of what we want. It's what our daughter would want if she could speak for herself, and what she would say is to save her baby.

Victor: I want to save my daughter's life.

Amber: Your mission if you choose to accept, find out what Cane's doing for Thanksgiving.

Daniel: Uh, no. Cane hates me.

Kevin: Yeah, he and I aren't exactly BFFs.

Amber: Go and find out if he'll help us volunteer. Come on, please, please.

Kevin: Just to shut you up. Sure. Sure.

Amber: Go. Go. Go.

Kevin: Hey, Buddy.

Cane: Hey.

Kevin: So, uh, I hear you're free tomorrow, and we're giving out, uh, food here for Thanksgiving.

Cane: That's generous of you.

Kevin: Yeah, well, you know, we could use an extra set of hands.

Cane: Oh, I'm sorry, Mate. I'm gonna be shackled to my desk. No phone calls, no interruptions.

Amber: Did he rope you into helping us out?

Kevin: Nah, he turned me down.

Cane: All right, I'll tell you what, if I can chip away at the mound of paperwork on my desk, I'll come down and I'll help.

Amber: Okay.

Cane: Okay.

Neil: Hey, Karen? Oh.

Devon: Nope, she's in Pilar's office talking about the beauty summit.

Neil: Really?

Devon: Yep.

Neil: So are we sending someone?

Devon: Yeah, I think so.

Neil: Okay.

Devon: Hey, I, uh, I need you for a second.

Neil: Yeah, sure. What's up?

Devon: Um, Shanghai can't get a hold of Brad to find out if we're interested.

Neil: Shanghai? Uh, remind me?

Devon: The flash memory drives.

Neil: Oh, right, yeah.

Devon: He was working on it, but he's been spending most of his time at the hospital now.

Neil: No, I know, I know. Um, do me a favor? Why don't you pull his notes and write me a recommendation?

Devon: Okay. Sure thing. I love eating three meals a day at my desk.

Neil: Well, if you can't do it, then it's not a problem. Your school work has to come first. You know that.

Devon: No, I know. I'm just joking around. I know we all have to pull a little bit extra around here.

Neil: There you go. All right. Thank you, Son.

Lily: Hello, hello.

Neil: Hello.

Lily: Extra large mocha for you.

Devon: Thank you very much.

Lily: Hi, Dad.

Neil: Hey, Sweetheart.

Lily: Um, okay, bye, Guys.

Neil: Hey, whoa, whoa, whoa, don't run off so fast. Where you going?

Lily: To go pick up a turkey.

Neil: Oh, all right, you need some cash?

Lily: No, no, no, no, no, I have it. I have it. I think I'm actually gonna buy a smaller turkey since Karenís bringing her chicken adobo.

Neil: Uh, hold on a second, change of plans. Karen is not coming for Thanksgiving dinner. She's actually spending Thanksgiving with her family.

Lily: Oh. That's too bad.

Jana: Thanksgiving was such a blast last year. Kevin and I organized a soup kitchen at Crimson Lights.

Phyllis: Yeah. Is he doing that again this year?

Jana: Mm-hmm.

McQueen: Ms. Newman? Gather your things.

Phyllis: Um, why? Am I being punished?

McQueen: You're being let go.

Phyllis: What?

McQueen: I just got word-- the appellate court overturned your conviction. You're being released.

Phyllis: What? I'm free?

McQueen: You will be, as soon as we fill out the paperwork.

Phyllis: Okay. All right. I'm free. I get to go home. I get to go home!

Tamara: I spoke with Dr. Webb this morning. Victoria's symptoms are advancing. Her condition is life-threatening. She's made no legal medical provisions. So the two of you, as joint guardians, must agree on how to proceed. I'd like to hear from both of you.

Victor: Ms. Yershov, Victoria is my only daughter. Her life is precious to me.

Nikki: No more to you, than to me.

Victor: I've consulted experts all across the country. I've flown one in-- the Dr. Webb who you just quoted-- has assured me that the only way to save my daughter's life is by performing a C-section. If he doesn't, my daughter could die and the grandchild will die. They would both be gone. I don't want that to happen. My daughter, after she has had a C-section, can always have another child.

Nikki: Well, that might not necessarily be true. Our daughter has already lost two babies. This may be her only chance to have a child.

Nikki: Victoria lost her first baby just a few days after she was born. And she was inconsolable. Earlier this year, she miscarried. It just broke her heart. She desperately wants to have a child. Now a caesarean would be a death sentence for this baby. Each day that it grows, so do his chances for survival. All I am asking here is enough time to give the baby a decent chance for survival. That's all.

Victor: You'd be killing your own daughter. Do you wanna live with that on your conscience for the rest of your life?

Nikki: Of course not. But we don't that she won't survive!

Victor: Her condition is life-threatening! The only thing that would save her is a C-section.

Nikki: What is with you? Why does everything have to be a battle of wills? This is not about us!

Victor: It has nothing to do with that!

Nikki: This is not about you, it is about Victoria and what she would want!

Victor: Our daughter is lying in a room and she could die any minute now!

Tamara: Let's stop-- let's stop and take a break. Let's just stop.

Nikki: (Sobs)

(Cell phone ringing)

Nick: Hello?

Michael: Hey!

Lauren: Did you get him?

Michael: Hey, it's Michael.

Lauren: And Lauren. You have us both.

Nick: Hey, what's up?

Michael: Uh, how would you like to spend Thanksgiving with your wife?

Nick: (Scoffs) I wish I could, but I can't leave the hospital right now.

Lauren: Well, Phyllis could come to you.

Nick: How? Did you get her a holiday pass thing?

Michael: Oh, it's better than that.

Lauren: Phyllis is being released from prison!

Nick: She's what?

Michael: The court ruled in her favor. They have overturned her conviction.

Nick: You have no idea how much I needed to hear you say that. When is she getting released?

Michael: Um, well, the warden is processing her paperwork now. She'll be out today.

Lauren: (Giggles)

Nick: Oh, I wish I could be there to pick her up. I-I can't leave right now.

Lauren: Is something going on?

Nick: Vick's getting worse and my parents can't agree on how to treat her.

Lauren: Nick, I'm so sorry.

Michael: I'm sorry, Nick.

Lauren: You know what? We'll pick Phyllis up. Don't you worry about it.

Nick: Thank you.

Lauren: I just want you to know that we're praying for Victoria.

Nick: Michael, thank you. I-I can never thank you enough for this. Thank you so much.

Michael: My pleasure. Well, I'll see you soon.

Lauren: Ugh. He sounds awful.

Michael: This should be a happy day for them. I mean, Phyllis is gonna walk through those prison doors a free woman.

Lauren: I know. I can't wait to see her.

Amber: Can I get extra stuffing? Great. Hey, is dessert included? Oh, pumpkin. Yeah. Thank you.


Kevin: Why are you ordering food? There's gonna be a ton here tomorrow.

Amber: Yeah, but this is from the Athletic Club.

Daniel: Yeah, but turkey is turkey.

Amber: Well, this turkey is going home with me where I can put it on my own plate and take it over to Jabot.

Daniel: Oh, I get it. You wanna cater to Cane and try and score some points with him.

Amber: I'm just being nice.

Kevin: Daniel, how many different ways do you think this scenario can blow up in her face?

Daniel: I don't know, Kevin, we should try and figure that out.

Kevin: Scenario number one-- Amber shows up at Jabot and finds lover boy being fed cranberry sauce by two naked girls.

Daniel: Yes. At which point, Amber beats all of them up.

Amber: Very funny. Very funny.

Kevin: Attacked by a bunch of rabid dogs who want her turkey?

(Cell phone ringing)

Daniel: This is Danielís love line. Are you a blonde, brunette or a redhead?

Phyllis: I'm a redhead.

Daniel: Mom?

Phyllis: Yeah. It's your mom. I guess you weren't expecting me.

Daniel: Um, no. No, I wasnít.

Phyllis: Well, you sound happy. Have you heard the news?

Daniel: No, what news?

Phyllis: What news? My conviction got overturned.

Daniel: Are you serious?

Phyllis: Absolutely. I'm being released.

Daniel: When? That's awesome!

Phyllis: Within the hour.

Daniel: Her conviction got overturned. She's getting out!

Amber: Whoo! Way to go, Phyllis!

Kevin: Congratulations!

Daniel: I guess that our Thanksgiving isn't gonna be that bad after all.

Phyllis: I know! I can't wait to see you.

Daniel: I can't wait to see you. Why don't you get your butt over here?

Phyllis: Okay, well, the faster you let me off the phone, the faster I can get there, okay?

Daniel: I'll see you in a little bit.

Kevin: Wow. When is she getting out?

Daniel: Right now.

Amber: Looks like things are working out for all of us.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: Hi. How are you?

Cane: I'm good. How are you?

Lily: I'm good.

Cane: Um, have you seen your dad?

Lily: Uh, he should be in his office.

Cane: No, I looked. He's--he's not there.

Karen: Hey, Guys.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: Hi. Uh, have you seen my dad?

Karen: Yeah, actually, he just got called into a meeting, so... but it should be over real soon.

Cane: I'll wait.

Lily: Oh, um, what are you doing for Thanksgiving dinner?

Cane: Um, my family's going out of town, so I was just gonna stay and work.

Lily: You're gonna work on a holiday?

Cane: Well, it's not really one we celebrate.

Lily: Well, have you ever been to a traditional Thanksgiving dinner?

Cane: I can't say I have.

Lily: You see? You owe it to yourself to partake of local indigenous traditions.

Cane: You Yanks have the quaintest customs, don't you?

Lily: Well, this Yank here is gonna be cooking a big family dinner.

Cane: Is that an invite?

Lily: Yeah, we'd love to have you come. Well, I know Karen was supposed to come, but she can't make it now.

Karen: No, I'm spending the holiday with my family, actually, so...

Lily: Yeah, you see? We have a place that needs to be filled.

Cane: I would love to. What time and what can I bring?

Lily: Uh, just bring yourself.

Brad: Abby wanted me to tell you that her mobile won second place in the science fair. I couldn't believe how excited she was. You remember how you two used to draw pictures for hours together? I couldn't pull either one of you away from it.

Woman: I have to ask you both to step out for a few minutes.

J.T.: I hope Nikki and Victor are making headway with the mediator.

Brad: Well, I doubt Nikkiís going to be able to change Victor's mind.

J.T.: Victor's not the one who's wrong here. Victoria can have another baby.

Brad: You don't know that that's true, J.T. Victoria's had so many problems in the past, this may be her only chance.

J.T.: That's easy for you to say. You don't have a future with her. You don't--you don't really care what happens to Victoria.

Brad: You're being ridiculous if you don't think I care about Victoria.

J.T.: You care more about the baby because you believe you might be the father. That makes you more willing to gamble with somebody's life.

Brad: There's no chance I would risk Victoriaís life because I don't care about her.

J.T.: Well, then why do it? They take this baby out, she lives.

Brad: J.T., I don't know if the child is mine or yours, but one thing I do know, is that I would do anything for my children. I would lay down my life for them. No hesitation. I believe in my heart Victoria would do the same. So we have to wait until the last possible second to give that baby every chance to make it.

J.T.: See, that--that's the problem. We don't know when the last possible second is until it's too late.

Brad: Well, that's a chance we're gonna have to take.

J.T.: That's not your decision.

Brad: Nor is it yours.

Nick: Fellas, what's going on?

J.T.: I'm gonna get some fresh air.

Brad: I'll be in the cafeteria.

Lily: Yeah, I'll be making my mom's, uh, stuffing recipe, which probably won't be as good, but... okay. I'll see you tomorrow. Bye.

Neil: Hey, Karen. Cane, I am so sorry. My hectic schedule's overtaken me today.

Cane: Don't worry about it. Lily was telling me about your, uh, American custom of stuffing your face and then passing out in front of the telly.

Neil: Oh, really? So do they have any, uh, holidays in Australia that we don't celebrate here?

Cane: Uh, we have the Queen's birthday, which, happily enough, also falls on the very first day of ski season.

Karen: That's incredibly convenient.

Neil: Yeah, it is. Um, I hate to break up this party, but, Cane, come with me. Let's go to my office, all right?

Cane: Sure. I'll see you.

Lily: Bye.

Cane: Bye-bye.

Karen: Bye. Hey, um...

Lily: Yeah?

Karen: I-I have a confession. I just wanted to be-- well, I wanna be honest with you and tell you that the--the reason that I'm not coming to Thanksgiving dinner at your house is... that I overheard you tell Devon that you didn't want me there.

Lily: No, um... no, I didn't-- I-I didn't mean you specifically. I-I just meant anyone who didn't know my mom well.

Karen: Lily--Lily, its okay. I mean, come on, how well did Cane know your mom?

Lily: I'm--I'm... listen, I'm sorry. I mean, this is our first holiday without her. I-I would never say anything bad about you to anyone except for, you know, my brother. I'm sorry. That came out wrong.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no, it's okay. I just--I just wanted you to know that I understand. All right? I do. I know that holidays can be really, really tough after you lose someone that you love and... you know what? You're entitled.

Lily: Listen, Karen, I'm really sorry. I mean, I-I didn't mean to insult you.

Karen: No, no.

Lily: If--if you wanna come, I-I would love for you to come.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no. It's okay. I really think that it's best if I didnít.

Nikki: This mediator-- very nice woman, but I don't know what she can do. All we have to do is honor Victoriaís wishes. That's all.

Victor: Why the hell are you going against all the experts' advice? They want to perform a C-section so that Victoria can survive. Can't you see that? I'm asking you-- I'm begging you. Give the go ahead.

Nikki: They don't know her like I do. I know what she wants. This is the most difficult thing I have ever had to do in my life. Looking at my daughter lying in bed unconscious knowing that she may never wake up, and knowing that I might make a decision that will take her life away forever. I know that. God, if it were up to me, I would say, go do the C-section right now. Do anything to save her! I love her! I don't want her to die! But I know how she would feel about this. I know what she would choose and I have to do that.

Victor: This is infuriating. What do you mean, you know what she would choose? She certainly would not choose to die!

Nikki: She would if it meant saving the baby. I have to speak for her.

Victor: How the hell do you know that waiting's gonna save the baby?

Nikki: Every day that baby gets stronger. That's what the doctors say.

Victor: If we waited a week, chances will go up what, 5%? Let's say 10%. That means there's a 90% chance the baby will die. So will Victoria! Get it into your head!

Lily: Hey.

Devon: Hey.

Lily: Do you have a minute?

Devon: You got 30 seconds. Go. I'm just joking. I'm joking. Sit down. What's up with you?

Lily: I think I made a huge mistake with Karen.

Devon: What did you do?

Lily: She overheard me telling you I didn't want her coming over for Thanksgiving.

Devon: Oh, damn.

Lily: And I tried to apologize, but I think I only made it worse.

Devon: Does Dad know?

Lily: No. No. And please, please do not tell him.

Devon: I'm not gonna tell him. But I gotta tell you, though, I really don't see what the big deal is. I mean, maybe it's 'cause Karenís grown on me a little bit, but I just think things could be a lot worse. Karen's a smart woman. She's funny. And whether you like her or not, she's gotten our dad through a very serious depression. I kinda think she's good for him.

Lily: But she's not mom.

Devon: No, she's not mom. She's not. And to tell you the truth, I don't see her trying to be, either. No one in this world will ever replace Dru. Do you really wanna see Dad go through his life alone?

Lily: Yeah, but Karen? Really?

Devon: I don't know. Maybe. It shouldn't be about us, though. It should be about what makes him happy, right?

Lily: I tried to invite her, but she just said no.

Devon: Well, did you mean it when you asked her? Or were you just being polite and she knew that?

Amber: Yes, we'll be serving free Thanksgiving dinner. You're welcome. See you tomorrow. Ah.

Cane: Hey.

Amber: Just can't stay away, can you?

Cane: So, uh, is the coffeehouse open tomorrow for regular business?

Amber: Well, tomorrow morning, we're gonna be setting up. But I mean, what do you need?

Cane: Um, I was invited over to the Winters' for, uh, Thanksgiving. And I'd like to take something. But I don't what's, um, appropriate.

Amber: Um... you can't go wrong with pie.

Cane: Okay. Is there any particular kind?

Amber: Um, pumpkin, um, sweet potato, pecan. You--you can actually order from the athletic club. Um, they do take out on Thanksgiving.

Cane: Thank you.

Amber: Sure. Have a good one.

Cane: You, too.

Amber: Okay.

Phyllis: And I left all my books. All my books are yours.

Jana: I'm really happy you're getting out, but... I'll miss you.

Phyllis: Aw.

Jana: Come here.

Phyllis: Oh, okay. Well, I'll visit you. I promise, okay? Daniel!

Daniel: Mom!

Phyllis: Oh, I'm free! I'm free! Can you believe I'm getting out of here? I must be dreaming! Oh!

Daniel: Yeah, I told Summer you were coming home. She seemed pretty excited.

Phyllis: Oh, really? Can you believe this? I don't know how I can ever repay you.

Michael: Come here. Just say out of trouble, please.

Phyllis: I definitely will. I definitely will.

Lauren: Yeah, she will. Okay, you ready to go home?

Phyllis: Yeah, I'm ready to go home.

Michael: Let's go. Let's go.

Phyllis: Okay, let's go. First--but you know what? Take me--take me to Nick.

Lauren: All right!

Daniel: Okay.

Phyllis: Okay.

Lauren: We'll take you to Nick.

Jana: Send my love to Kevin?

Michael: Okay.

Jana: Hey! Phyllis, you left your dollhouse!

Kevin: No. No. I'm--I'm sorry. I'm gonna have to wait until Monday.

Kevin: You know we're gonna have twice as many people as we had last year? Can I get a refill, my cheerful employee?

Amber: Whoo-hoo.

Kevin: Well, you're gonna chase customers away with a face like that. What happened? Somebody steal from your tip jar again?

Amber: Cane's is celebrating Thanksgiving at Lilyís.

Kevin: Yikes. Do not tell Daniel.

Amber: I had this-- this whole plan. I was gonna surprise him at Jabot with my own special dinner, and now that's just-- that's out.

Kevin: Well, I hate to say I told you so, but--

Amber: Just--just-- okay, I canceled the order. In fact, I'm protesting Thanksgiving. I don't want any stuffing. I don't even want any pie.

Kevin: No, no, no, no, no, that is a sin. You come celebrate with my family.

Lily: Are you going to the beauty summit?

Karen: No, actually. Rachel's gonna go. How did you know about that?

Lily: My mom-- she always talked about it. I mean, it's the first of its kind. An international symposium of organic products and sustainability.

Karen: That's right.

Lily: And the best part is that it's held in Paris.

Karen: So have you ever been?

Lily: Yeah, we actually lived there when I was little.

Karen: Oh, lucky you.

Lily: Listen, Karen, um... I would really, really like it if you would join us tomorrow.

Karen: No, no, no, no, no. Thanks, Lily, but--

Lily: No, please, listen, I'm not just saying that. I mean, you have to understand that... I just lost my mom. And you know, it's been really hard seeing my dad with somebody new.

Karen: I know.

Lily: But my dad likes you. And I trust him. And if he thinks that you're okay, then... you probably are.

Karen: Mm. Thanks for the vote of confidence. I don't know what to say.

Lily: Just say that you'll come, 'cause I would really, really like for you to join us. And it'll give me a chance to get to know you better. And it'll make my dad happy. So please, please, please, will you come?

Karen: Yes. Of course.

Lily: Good.

Nick: Hey, Sis.

Nick: So I have good news. Phyllis' appeal was heard. The judge overturned her verdict. Can you believe that? She's gonna get out. So why don't you make this the best holiday ever for me and wake up. Come on, I know you wanna start nagging me about something. I mean, anything, just pick something. Like how about last Thanksgiving-- I remember you told me, uh, you told me that Zapato stole the turkey off the table, and you blamed me for that. I don't know why, but you did. You know, we can't do Thanksgiving without you. And by the way, it's totally unfair of you to just lay there and let me deal with our parents by myself. They got me outnumbered, two to one. I can't handle it anymore. We always dealt with this stuff together. So I need your help. Okay? I need you to wake up and help me.

Karen: And you know, every Filipino cook has their own version of chicken adobo-- the spices and all that sort of thing. You're gonna love mine. You are. You're gonna love it.

Lily: Okay, well, I'm excited.

Neil: Hi. I'm glad I caught you before you left. I wanted to give this to you.

Karen: Wait a minute, what is it?

Lily: Open it.

Karen: Okay. Ooh!

Lily: Yum!

Karen: Chocolate! Ooh, they're too pretty to eat.

Neil: Mmm. Well, they're for you to take to your family dinner.

Karen: Oh. Perfect. Should I bring 'em tomorrow?

Lily: There's always room for chocolate.

Neil: Tomorrow? What's going on?

Karen: Okay, another change of plans. I am staying.

Lily: Yep. And Karen is gonna bring her fabulous chicken adobo.

Neil: Wow. That is great news. We'll set another place at the table.

Karen: Thank you.

Lily: Actually, set two, 'cause Cane's coming. I invited him 'cause his family's out of town.

Neil: Oh. Well, there's always room for one more, right?

Karen: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Well, I should get going. I don't wanna get mobbed at the grocery store lines. I'll see you tomorrow.

Karen: Okay. Thanks.

Lily: Bye, Dad.

Neil: Bye, Honey. Hey, did she invite Cane or did Cane invite himself?

Karen: Oh, no, no, no, no, she brought it up first.

Neil: All right.

(Cell phone ringing)

Kevin: I'm downloading the program right now.

Jana: Kevin? It's me.

Kevin: Oh, hey! Hey, sorry. I-I thought you were someone from work. I'm having a crazy day.

Jana: Um, did you hear about Phyllis?

Kevin: I did. I did. Yeah, that's-- that's great for her.

Jana: I-I was-- I was wondering...

Kevin: What? What is it?

Jana: Never mind. It doesn't matter.

Kevin: Yes, it does. Tell me.

Jana: You're--you're going to be with your own family tomorrow. It's just--I...

Kevin: Are you kidding me? You think I wasn't gonna make time to come by and see you?

Jana: I don't know. I wasn't sure.

Kevin: Jana, as far as I'm concerned, it's not gonna be Thanksgiving if I don't get to spend time with you.

Phyllis: Where's Nick?

Lauren: Has anyone seen him?

J.T.: You're--you're out?

Brad: Work release gave permission to be here?

Phyllis: Yeah, I won my appeal. I won.

Michael: I won her appeal.

Phyllis: I'm free. Isn't that great?

Phyllis: I'm free! I love you!

Nick: I am never letting you go.

Phyllis: I love you.

Nick: I love you, too.

Phyllis: I wanna see Victoria.

Nick: Okay.

Daniel: Can I come, too?

Nick: Yeah, she's right here.

Lauren: You did good, husband. Happy Thanksgiving.

Phyllis: Hey, Victoria. Victoria, its Phyllis.

Nick: I told her you were getting out today.

Daniel: She looks peaceful.

Nick: So, Vick, we've already had one miracle today. Why not shoot for two?

Nikki: Why can't you consider Victoriaís point of view?

Victor: You're gambling with our daughter's life! You will regret it for the rest of your life if something happens to her.

Nikki: What if she survives and the baby doesn't? She would never forgive us.

Victor: Well, at least she'll survive. She'll be around. She'll have another baby.

Tamara: There is no right or wrong in a situation like this. Yes, you should consider the patient's wishes. But you must also think about what you can live with. This decision most likely will affect both of you for the rest of your lives.

Victor: How can a parent live with him or herself knowing full well that their decision costs their daughter's life?

Nikki: There. There. You just said it.

Victor: What "There?"

Nikki: You have proven my point. That's exactly how Victoria feels. She would never make that choice.

Victor: How the hell do you know how Victoria feels? How do you know that?

Nikki: You just said it.

Victor: How do you know that?

Nikki: All right, you see, this is impossible.

Tamara: I'm recommending that we end today's session. And you take time to speak with other family members and friends who are close to Victoria. Take counsel with your spiritual advisors.

Victor: I do not need to take counsel with a spiritual advisor. We will always disagree on this.

Tamara: The two of you agree on one thing-- you wanna do what's best.

Nikki: Of course.

Victor: Obviously.

Nikki: I have always wanted what's best for her.

Victor: I wanna save my daughter.

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

Devon: We have people coming. We have guests. What am I supposed to tell 'em?

Lily: Tell them I'm sick, okay? I don't care!

Amber: You can't have dinner alone on Thanksgiving.

Cane: Where?

Amber: Here.

Kevin: Marry me.

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