Y&R Transcript Monday 12/3/07

Y&R Transcript Monday 12/3/07 -- Canada; Tuesday 12/4/07 -- USA


Provided By Eric
Proofread By Emma

Phyllis: When did you do that?

Nick: Well, actually, the--the babysitter did that, with the help of Summer.

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Nick: The babysitter told me Summer's asleep up at the main house, too.

Phyllis: Oh, okay.

Nick: You know, I really... wanted to do that for you. I just... I didn't have time. I'm sorry.

Phyllis: It's okay. You've been at the hospital with Victoria this whole time. It doesn't matter to me. It's fine. I just wanted us to have some private time.

Nick: My sister's gonna be okay, right?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Karen: Yes.

Neil: So you do remember the sign, right? The signal?

Karen: Oh. The one that says, "I'm tired of schmoozing, let's go catch a movie"?

Neil: Yeah, that's the one.

Karen: Yes. Yes, I got it. I do have it.

Neil: Glass of wine?

Karen: Thank you very much.

Neil: Mm-hmm.

Karen: But actually, you know what? I'm kind of excited about this evening. 'Cause one of the reasons I signed on to Newman was their desire to go green.

Neil: Yeah, it's a great event. I'm just not looking forward to the small talk.

Karen: Well, you know, you could always sort of stick with the theme of the evening and kind of recycle conversation.

Neil: Oh, I like that.

Cane: Neil.

Karen: Hey.

Cane: So, uh, good to see you both.

Neil: Yeah. Hi, Cane.

Cane: So have you spoken to your insurance company?

Karen: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. We have declared this a no business evening.

Cane: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Please forgive me. Is, um, is Lily coming tonight?

Neil: Is Lily coming tonight? No, neither one of my children are coming tonight, Cane.

Cane: I might have to take her some of this, uh, eco bling.

Heather: Well, I have made the obligatory lap around. Hello, you two.

Karen: Hey.

Neil: Hi, Ms. Stevens.

Karen: You're representing the D.A.'s office here tonight?

Heather: I am. I am a huge fan of green now.

Karen: Ah.

Heather: Mm-hmm. Thank you. Any organization that makes G.C. an eco-friendly place, I'm all for it. Where's our table?

Cane: Shall we?

Heather: We shall. No diesel fuel was burned in the making of this journey.

Cane: (Laughs)

Neil: That guy...

Colleen: I'm so late for the green now dinner.

Lily: Well, everyone knows you've been at the hospital.

Colleen: Yeah, I didn't wanna leave my dad. And he doesn't wanna leave the baby, you know?

Lily: Man, I can't believe there's still no change.

Colleen: Yeah, I know. It's just really hard for him, so it helps him when I'm here.

Lily: You know what? Just skip it, okay? And just tell Adrian that your dad needs you.

Colleen: Maybe you could take my place and I could stay here?

Lily: Uh, yeah, sure, that's fine.

Colleen: Thank you. I'll tell Adrian. Are you sure, though? Because if it's...

Lily: Yeah, 'cause Cane's with Heather-- don't worry about it. I'm--I'm fine.

Victor: Well, I am hoping your little boy wants to learn how to box. Because I'll teach him everything he wants to know, you know? You should see the little fists he's making. My grandson wants to meet his mother.

J.T.: Lago? Vlad? Mario? That's a few of the names we tossed out.

Victor: Are you kidding me or what?

J.T.: Yeah.

Victor: You better wake up. They're about to give that boy a dreadful name. It doesn't sound like a Newman.

Nikki: He's fighting so hard. We should name him Rocky.

Brad: I hate that he doesn't have a name yet.

Nikki: Well, Victoria's still asleep. She'll name him when she wakes up.

Nick: There you go.

Phyllis: That was the best shower ever. I'm gonna get dirty again just so I can take another shower. Look at you. I leave you alone for 15 minutes and you already have another woman? But I understand why. Because she's a keeper.

Nick: And she is such a good girl. She let Daddy welcome Mommy home properly... twice.

Phyllis: Three times. But who's counting?

Nick: Yeah, it was-- it was three.

Phyllis: Look at you! I am never gonna leave you ever, ever, ever again. Ever.

Nick: You know, she, uh, she left you a gift.

Phyllis: Oh. Really? Well, I'll change her.

Nick: No, no, no, no, not that kind of gift. But you do owe me, like, a couple hundred diaper changes.

Phyllis: I'm sure I do.

Nick: Here you go.

Phyllis: Oh! This kind of gift. Hmm, what is this, Summer? Oh! "Alien Evolution Three"?

Nick: Now I know you're probably gonna be a little out of practice, so I figure I'll spot you a few points, just to keep things fair.

Phyllis: Oh, that's sweet. Oh, you're so fair. Thank you.

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: I really appreciate that. I think that Daddy bought this early. Summer, Daddy bought this early, so he could practice day and night.

Nick: I most certainly did not.

Phyllis: Oh, I think that one of your older brothers got you an advance copy,

Nick: No, no, no. Look, I'll play you with one hand tied behind my back, if that's what you want.

Phyllis: Okay, cool. But I still think that there's another copy around this ranch.

Nick: Look, there's not. I just thought that I would wait to play it, you know, when we could... both enjoy it.

Phyllis: Oh, you're so sweet. You're so sweet.

Adrian: Thank you for filling in as my date.

Lily: Oh, it's such a chore.

Adrian: Colleen told me about your one-woman green crusade at the U.

Lily: Yeah, think water coolers.

Adrian: Well, we're already doing our part in the art department. No more plastic bottles.

Lily: Oh, I heard. That's great.

Lily: There's Cane. And Heather.

Adrian: Well, maybe they're not on a date.

Lily: Nope, they're on a date. Let's just find our table.

Adrian: Table four.

Lily: Four?

Adrian: One... oh, we are fortune's fools.

Lily: I'm taking one for the environment. Why not?

Cane: Hey! I didn't expect to see you here.

Lily: Yeah. Surprise. We're at this table.

Adrian: Heather, nice to see you again.

Heather: Nice to see you, too. Where's Colleen?

Adrian: She's at the hospital with her father. Lily is my stand-in.

Cane: Oh, uh, sit-in.

Lily: (Laughs)

Lily: Thank you.

Cane: You're welcome.

Lily: Well... very cozy.

Karen: But you know what I thought was really neat?

Neil: What?

Karen: Was kind of, the, um, the virtual ecosystem.

Neil: Oh, yeah.

Karen: I really liked that.

Neil: I did, too. I thought it was amazing. You know what I'd like to do, though? I'd like to implement at Newman--ahem. Lily's here.

Karen: Is she with--

Neil: Yeah, Cane. I know.

Nikki: I thought that once the C-section was performed, Victoria would heal faster.

Victor: I mean, her condition hasn't changed at all since the operation.

Dr. Webb: I'm afraid not. Um, and there's virtually no indication as to when she might regain consciousness.

Victor: What's the next step?

Dr. Webb: Well, because her condition is stable, she no longer requires the urgent care a hospital provides.

Nikki: You're releasing her?

Dr. Webb: The hospital isn't equipped for chronic care. I believe it's time to consider moving Victoria to a long-term care facility.

Victor: We're gonna have to think about that, Doc. Thank you.

Dr. Webb: You're welcome.

J.T.: You've been here all day?

Brad: Yeah.

J.T.: How's he doing?

Brad: Oh, he's, uh... he's hanging in there. So far so good. How's Victoria?

J.T.: She's stable. Her parents-- they're with her right now, so I figured I'd come down and check on him. Yeah, look at him. Look how light his hair is.

Brad: Victoria had light hair when she was a baby.

Colleen: Are you two filling his head with male chauvinistic propaganda?

Brad: Hey, Honey. Hi.

Colleen: Hey.

Brad: I thought you were going to the green now dinner.

Colleen: Yeah, I was. Um, Lily took my place. I wanted to be here.

Brad: He has that affect on women, doesn't he?

Colleen: What are we calling him?

J.T.: Well, we're, uh, having a hard time deciding on a name.

Brad: Nikki wants to wait until Victoria wakes up.

Colleen: Yeah, good idea. I'm sure she has a name already.

Brad: You know, when Victoria was pregnant the first time, we had a few names picked out.

Colleen: Oh, yeah? Like what?

Brad: Uh, Marc, Joseph, Caleb.

J.T.: Yeah, we were, uh, we were having a hard time narrowing down names.

Colleen: Were any of yours the same?

J.T.: No. No. Uh, she really liked Grayson. And, um... she also liked Ian.

Brad: He should have an identity. It's a lot easier to send positive thoughts to a Marc or an Ian, than it is Baby Boy Newman.

Phyllis: What do you think, Summer?

Nick: Mmm.

Phyllis: Should I spare Daddy's alien life? Ooh! No, no chance.

Nick: Uh, no mercy. So that's how we're playing? All right, fine. I like it. I like it. I feel you.

Phyllis: Yeah. I'm sorry.

Nick: Damn. Ugh!

Phyllis: How many-- how many wins for me? I believe, three. And, um, zero for you?

Nick: Yeah. Yeah. Zero's the number. Zero.

Phyllis: Oh, big girl.

Nick: Let's play again.

Phyllis: Zero! Okay. Wait a second. Hey, hey, you're on Mommy's side.

Nick: She's...

Phyllis: You're on Mommy's side.

Nick: She might as well play for me.

Phyllis: All right, Daddy-- Daddy likes to hurt himself, doesn't he?

Nick: Uh, Mommy doesn't know that I'm actually letting her win.

Phyllis: Daddy likes to make excuses, doesn't he?

Nick: Whatever. Come on, let's go. Mm-hmm. Oh!

Nick: Hey! Put--put that away. Can't you see what I'm--?

Phyllis: What?

Nick: Trying to...

Phyllis: What am I doing? You don't have to look.

Nick: Huh. All right, well, here. Let's see how you play with a little-- what do you think about that? A little distraction for you? (Muffled) hmm? Come on. Come on.

(Knock on door)

Phyllis: I'm stronger than that.

Nick: Oh, you are so lucky. I was just about to bring out the big gun.

Phyllis: Oh, the big gun?

Nick: Alien gun. Here, you play for Daddy.

Phyllis: You are in front of your daughter.

Nick: I know. Put it on pause.

Phyllis: Okay, I'll put it on pause.

Nick: Put it on pause. I'm right here. Hey, how's it going? Come on in. Thank you. Appreciate it.

Phyllis: Thanks.

Nick: Look what I got here.

Phyllis: Ooh...

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: What is that?

Nick: This is Mommy's favorite deep dish pizza.

Phyllis: Oh!

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: Summer! Look at that!

Nick: But you don't get it until you say, "Daddy is the best alien killer of all time."

Phyllis: You wouldn't do that to me.

Nick: Say it.

Lily: So anyone seen any good movies?

Heather: Mmm. I've been so busy at work, I really think the last movie I saw was "A Very Long Engagement."

Cane: That was, like, three years ago, right?

Heather: Yeah, it was. But, you know, from law school straight to Assistant D.A., I'm surprised I saw any movies at all.

Lily: What was that about again?

Adrian: It's about a French woman who is searching for her fiancé.

Cane: So it's subtitled, right?

Heather: Oui.

Cane: Ah.

Heather: I love foreign films.

Lily: I don't know, it kinda takes me out of the moment, having to watch and read at the same time.

Heather: Yeah, I guess. What was the last movie you saw, Cane?

Cane: "Superbad."

Lily: (Laughs) I loved that movie.

Cane: Really?

Lily: Yeah.

Heather: Oh.

Adrian: Emmajo Cullen should be speaking soon.

Heather: I am so excited. I have followed her career for a long time.

Cane: Who's Emmajo Cullen?

Heather: Oh, she is this environmental artist.

Adrian: She uses every day objects in her art-- promotes recycling.

Heather: That's impressive. Normally when I mention her name I get blank stares. Have you read her book?

Adrian: "Landscape Rhythms"? Yeah, the photography is incredible.

Heather: I love that book. It is sitting on my coffee table at home. I think everybody should read that book. Seriously, it's amazing.

Cane: Can we go with them?

Lily: Think they'd notice?

Cane: No.

Heather: You know, I heard that she's bringing some of her photo stills from her new book tonight.

Adrian: Really?

Heather: Mm-hmm. I'd love to see 'em.

Adrian: Would you guys mind if we excused ourselves?

Cane: No.

Lily: No.

Heather: Okay. We'll be back. I'm so excited.

Cane: You know, I have this theory... that people who say they like foreign movies do it to make lowbrow-types like us look lowbrow.

Lily: I'm sorry, but speak for yourself. I'm not a lowbrow. I lived in Paris.

Cane: Well, then, Mon Ami, what comes to mind when I say Jim Carrey, Will Ferrell?

Lily: Um... hilarious?

Cane: Now you speak my language. Cheers.

Lily: Cheers.

Karen: Okay, so wait, tell me again, how does this auction thing work?

Neil: Mmm? Oh, you've been to an auction before, right?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: You're assigned a number so the, uh, you know, the bidding's anonymous.

Karen: Right, right, right. Well, jeez, look at this. It's a one-year subscription to Monkey Lover's magazine?

Neil: Mm-hmm.

Karen: Okay. Check this one out. Two tickets and backstage passes to the Jesse Belton band concert.

Neil: Hmm?

Karen: Jesse Belton Band concert.

Neil: J.B.B.?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: J.B.B.?

Karen: You know them?

Neil: Wow. It's been a long time. Yeah, my daughter and I used to listen to them all the time.

Karen: Really?

Neil: Yeah. We're a long way from those days, aren't we?

Karen: Come on, Neil. Your daughter's having fun. Doesn't that count for something?

Neil: Yeah, sure, just as long as she doesn't have fun with the blunder from down under.

Karen: Ah. Are you sure that this isn't really about Clear Springs?

Neil: No, it has nothing to do with Clear Springs.

Karen: Oh, yeah?

Neil: Yeah, it has more to do with the fact that Lily has poor judgment when it comes to men.

Karen: Neil, she's young. It's gonna happen. I can't even tell you how many losers I've dated in my day. Well, present company excluded, of course.

Neil: Yeah.

Karen: And no, you're not getting any names or stories, but it happens.

Neil: Okay. I'm telling you, Lily has poor judgment when it comes to men.

Karen: Well...

Neil: I'm not sure if she's learned anything when it comes to that crash and burn marriage of hers.

Karen: You do realize that the more you tell her a guy is wrong for her, the more she's gonna want him.

Neil: Yeah. I know that. That's what worries me.

Victor: I don't want her to be anywhere else now.

Nikki: Well... I'm sure there are top of the line facilities out there.

Victor: You want her to go or what?

Nikki: I just don't think that she needs long-term care. She's not gonna need it. I mean, she's gonna wake up soon.

Victor: Well, either way, she's gonna stay here. She needs to be near her baby, and her baby needs her.

Nikki: I totally agree.

Victor: Well, that settles it. When she wakes up, she's gonna be here and nowhere else.

Brad: Uh, Dr. Okamura?

Dr. Okamura: Mr. Carlton, what can I do for you?

Brad: Well, I, um... I have a question for you.

Dr. Okamura: What would you like to know?

Brad: The baby's blood type. I need to know if he's my son.

J.T.: So... they wanna move her?

Victor: Well, I talked to the administration and apparently this is common procedure, so...

J.T.: Well, there's gotta be a better option. Maybe I can move into some sort of facility with her, help with her care.

Nikki: We could buy a house. Make sure it's state of the art, everything that she needs. No, really, we could do that. And we could all come and go as we need. You could have your own room.

Victor: Sweetheart, if we do that, then why don't we move her back to the ranch? Surrounded by things she's familiar with? Loved ones?

J.T.: That sounds like a plan.

Victor: I'll have everything ready by tomorrow afternoon.

Nikki: You're right. She should be home.

Adrian: A thousand empty soda cans. Digitally enhanced to look like a hundred thousand.

Heather: Who drank 'em all? Someone is in a serious state of sugar shock.

Adrian: I mean, its mind boggling. And the way she set them all against that field of dead grass?

Heather: Yeah. I know. I had this visceral reaction of just horror when I saw them.

Adrian: I think that was the point. Macey used to call it "Message art."

Heather: That's right. For a girl who liked to party, she had an intensely serious side.

Adrian: What was she like as a roommate?

Heather: She was quirky. I'd come home from class and she'd, uh, have rearranged all the furniture. That was in her Feng Shui phase.

Adrian: Didn't that bother you?

Heather: Yeah, it did, at first. And then I'd have to admit the place looked better. She was always like that. She had these passions, I guess you could say that she'd get into. One time she, uh, she got into bag pipes.

Adrian: Scottish?

Heather: No, no, it was more like a hot foreign student in a kilt. She actually dragged me to the midnight show at this brewery to watch this guy play bag pipes. It was...

Adrian: And?

Heather: And damned if he wasn't great. Her parents were these big Wall Street types. They didn't get her at all. You know? Whatever she was going to do, she wasn't gonna follow in their three-piece suits.

Adrian: Too much of a free spirit.

Heather: Mm-hmm. Did you never have a chance to talk to her outside of class? Is that why you're asking?

Adrian: It's nice to hear your memories of her. There's another display in the, uh, founder's room. Wanna go take a look?

Heather: Sure, I'd love to.

Adrian: After you.

Heather: Thanks.

Neil: Hey.

Karen: Hey.

Neil: I'm still high bidder.

Karen: The Jesse Belton tickets?

Neil: Yes.

Karen: Oh. Hey...

Neil: Mmm?

Karen: Wasn't he with the Assistant D.A.?

Neil: Yeah. They showed up together. That's another reason I don't want my daughter hanging around him.

Karen: You gotta get your mind off of things.

Neil: Yeah?

Karen: Yes.

Neil: What do you have in mind?

Karen: You'll see.

Cane: Hey, hey, look, look, they got-- they got J.B.B. tickets, with a backstage pass.

Lily: I love that band.

Cane: I'm gonna put in a bid for you. It's gonna make up-- it'll make up for the Robert Cray Band you couldn't go to.

Lily: No, you don't have to do that. Trust me.

Cane: I want to. I want to. It's no big deal.

Lily: Well... my dad seems to be enjoying himself.

Cane: Why do you say that like it's a bad thing?

Lily: No, I'm just... I'm just worried.

Cane: What are you worried about?

Lily: I think he's jumping into a relationship too fast. And I just want him to be careful.

Brad: He's made it this far, I want him to make it all the way. Baseball games, first day of school, first car, first date, all the firsts.

Colleen: Well, there's a lot of people who love him and want him to get stronger.

Brad: Yeah. You know, I think he looks like you when you were a baby.

Colleen: Oh, really? Lucky kid.

[J.T. comes and stands by the door unnoticed]

Dr. Okamura: Mr. Carlton? I have the information you requested.

Brad: I asked Dr. Okamura for the baby's blood type.

Dr. Okamura: It's O-positive.

Brad: That's my blood type. Honey, that's my blood type.

[J.T. doesn’t say anything]

Nick: (Laughs) are you, uh, going for the record tonight?

Phyllis: This is my-- it's the second piece.

Nick: Yeah. Well, creative math-- it's obviously a new skill you've acquired.

Phyllis: It's the second.

Nick: That's your fifth, Darlin'.

Phyllis: It's the second piece. It's sort of like two and a half.


Nick: Okay.

Phyllis: It just tastes so good.

Nick: I know.

Phyllis: It's so good. I dreamt of this-- of eating pizza. I did. And being with my daughter and being with you. Let's just say tonight... is, um... the first night in a long time that I'm gonna be really, really happy to hit the sheets.

(Cell phone ringing)

Nick: (Sighs) freedom farm. Oh, hey, Mom. Yeah, what is it?

Nick: Okay. Yeah. Okay, I'll take care of it. All right, bye.

Phyllis: How--how's your sister? The baby?

Nick: Oh, they're the same, but they're moving Victoria home to the ranch for long-term care, and they wanted me to call and set up a few things for 'em.

J.T.: What's going on here?

Brad: I asked Dr. Okamura to check the baby's blood type.

Dr. Okamura: I should remind you that blood type might not be indicative of paternity.

J.T.: No, you know what? We're all focusing on trying to keep Victoria and the baby healthy, and this is what you're concerned with?

Colleen: J.T., don't!

J.T.: No, no, no, no. You're a selfish bastard, you know that?

Colleen: That's enough!

J.T.: It doesn't matter-- it doesn't matter who the father is. All that matters is that he lives and Victoria gets better.

Brad: J.T., take it easy. Obviously I feel the same way. I want them both to get better. But I also want my son to know--

J.T.: Your son?

Brad: He has my blood type.

J.T.: Well, guess what? I'm O-positive. So we still don't know who the father is.

Cane: Cool.

Lily: Hey! How's the auction?

Cane: It's great. Someone outbid me, but now I'm back on top.

Lily: Oh, so exciting! Yay!

Adrian: The dinner?

Lily: No, uh, Cane is bidding on Jesse Belton Band tickets for me.

Adrian: Oh, yeah, my students introduced me to their music. They're like, um, a rock/grunge mix?

Cane: But Lily had something to do at the last minute, so she couldn't make it, and now she can go with a friend, so...

Lily: Are you okay?

Adrian: Yeah. My leg just hurts a little bit. I probably walked around too much.

Heather: Oh, no, it's my fault. I've been dragging you to all those art displays.

Adrian: Well, it was well worth the pain. I think I'm gonna call it a night, though, um, head home. Sorry, Lily.

Lily: It's okay. Um, I think I'll stay here, though, and get a ride with someone else, if you don't mind?

Adrian: Not at all.

Cane: I can give you a lift, if you want?

Lily: Oh, okay. Actually, wait, maybe I should go with you. Can you drive? Are you okay?

Adrian: Oh, I can manage.

Lily: Okay.

Adrian: Thank you for a wonderful evening. And, uh, Heather? I'm glad we had this chance to talk.

Heather: Me, too. I'll catch you in class.

Adrian: Okay.

Lily: Ahem. Well, um, I don't wanna wreck your evening. So I think I'll just get a ride with my dad.

Heather: Oh, well, wait--wait a second. Do you, uh... do you really wanna interrupt their fun?

Lily: Um, yeah. I'll just--I'll catch up with them later.

Cane: So how'd you hear about the band?

Lily: Uh, my dad's a fan. He tried to get me to listen to them for years, and then I ended up hearing one of their songs actually on a TV show.

Cane: It wasn't that detective show?

Lily: Yeah, with--with the two guys? God, what was the name--

Cane: What was the name of that show?

Lily: I... does it sound familiar to you? Do you know what we're talking about?

Cane: It was--it was a detective show.

Lily: Yeah.

Heather: Mmm, no, but I don't-- I don't watch a lot of TV, so...

Lily: Wait, no TV or movies? I'm definitely not going into law, that's for sure.

Neil: Are you kidding?

Karen: No.

Lily: Hey, Dad.

Karen: Hey.

Neil: Hi.

Karen: Everybody having fun?

Cane: Hi.

Lily: Yeah, we are. Actually, perfect timing, 'cause Adrian had to go home. So I need a ride.

Neil: You know what? They're about to announce the, uh, auction winners any moment, so I've gotta stay for that.

Karen: All right. Right, right, right.

Neil: Oh, they have J.B.B. tickets.

Lily: Oh, I know! Cane's been bidding on them.

Karen: That's funny. 'Cause your dad's been bidding on 'em, too.

Lily: What?

Cane: And you put up a good fight, but I think, uh... you didn't win.

Neil: Oh, really?

Cane: Uh-huh.

Neil: What do you know? Here they are right now. Let's check. Last time I checked I was the high bidder. Wait...

Cane: I lost?

Neil: K-Karen? You--you won?

Karen: Me? Are you kidding? Imagine that?! Wow! That's so cool! I'm gonna give you a ticket and you get the other ticket. Your dad told me how much you guys love the band, so I wanted to make sure you had them.

Neil: Very nice.

Lily: Thank you.

Neil: That was very nice of you. Appreciate that.

Karen: Okay.

Neil: Well, anyway, um, are you, uh, ready to go?

Cane: You know, if you guys have plans or you're doing something else, I can take her home.

Neil: I'll drop my daughter off. Thanks. Appreciate the offer and the chance to compete with you at the auction.

Cane: Yeah. Yeah, it seems like the, uh, the best lady won.

Karen: (Laughs) let's go. I gotta pay for this thing. Let's go. Bye!

Cane: Bye-bye.

Karen: Bye.

Victor: Where'd you go?

Nikki: The chapel. I just needed some time alone.

Victor: Did it help?

Nikki: I think so. You know, my family is the most important thing to me.

Victor: Obviously.

Nikki: I wanna do anything I can to help Victoria recover. I will be there every day, every hour if I have to be. So, in lieu of that, I would like to move back to the ranch.

Victor: Does this mean your relationship with that... David fellow is over or what?

Nikki: I have no other focus than Victoria.

Victor: Yeah. I agree. I think she needs her mother around. You should be close by. So, um... why don't you move back to the ranch?

Nikki: Good. And we'll be together, Sweetie.

Heather: So you can, uh, blame it on my job, or whatever you like... but I'm pretty observant.

Cane: It's not what you think.

Heather: No, you don't have to explain, really, okay? It's... we just, uh... we didn't really connect. I mean, you spent the whole evening talking to Lily, and I'm not mad. It's completely okay. It was just that... that you and I... we didn't have that much to talk about.

Cane: I, um, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to be rude.

Heather: You weren't. You weren't at all. You tried to include me in every conversation, but I just... didn't have that much to contribute. So, you know, I just-- I just figured it'd be better now to go ahead and say that there's... no chemistry before it gets too far and later on one of us gets hurt.

Cane: You okay?

Heather: Yes. And actually, I-I would really like us to be friends.

Cane: Good. Because knowing the trouble I can get into, I'd like to have the Assistant D.A. as a friend.

Phyllis: I can't imagine making all the decisions that your parents have had to make in the last few weeks.

Nick: We almost had to rent a ring and hire a ref, but at least now they seem to agree that this is the best thing for her.

Phyllis: You know, if we're ever in that position, God forbid, but if we're ever in this position, what would you want me to do?

Nick: Hmm. I guess, uh, I'd want you to make your decision based on facts. You know, listen to the doctors, don't act on emotion.

Phyllis: Well, you know, that is, uh, easy to say, but it's really hard to do.

Nick: You could do it.

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Nick: You also have to promise me something.

Phyllis: Yeah? What?

Nick: After I'm gone, you know, you can't... you can't look at any other guys.

Phyllis: Oh, absolutely not. Absolutely not. I'll just, you know, bury myself with you in a pyramid.

Nick: Hmm. You know, I always thought I'd have, like, a, like, a basketball-themed memorial-- set a hoops up in the cemetery, you know?

Phyllis: That's great. And everybody-- we'd wear jerseys that say, "Nick's number one" on the back?

Nick: Yeah!

Phyllis: Yeah!

Nick: You got it. I like it.

Phyllis: I like that. It's a lot better than your last memorial. Definitely. Because I didn't get to add any of my little touches.

Nick: Oh, really?

Phyllis: Mnh-mnh.

Nick: What would you have done?

Phyllis: I wanted to... have a picture you and blow it up-- that picture when-- I think that you were in-- in high school, and you were dressed like a woman?

Nick: (Laughs)

Phyllis: With a miniskirt. I wanted that.

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: 'Cause I thought that you would like that.

Nick: No, I actually would like that. You're funny. Yeah, okay. Okay. And how about for, uh... how about for yours, you know, would you have, like, the pallbearers doing a line dance with the coffin down the aisle?

Phyllis: Yeah! Really hot guys with big muscles and cowboy boots.

Nick: How about really ugly guys?

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Nick: But I'll make sure they're all in, you know, rhinestones everywhere and fringe, and they'll have big blue--

Both: Cowboy hats!

Nick: Yeah. It's good stuff.

Phyllis: I missed this.

Nick: What? Planning our funerals?

Phyllis: Mnh-mnh. No. I missed being with you... and talking and laughing.

Nick: Okay. So how about if we make a pact right now, all right? We, uh... we both live till we're, like, 100, and we're never apart, and we die... together in bed.

Phyllis: In bed?

Nick: Mmm. Sleeping.

Phyllis: (Laughs) um... okay. Then I guess I have to start wearing pajamas.

Nick: That's a little drastic, don't you think? I mean, that's a long ways off. You don't have to start doing that now.

Phyllis: Okay, I could do that when I'm 99.

Nick: All right. But you definitely aren't gonna need pajamas tonight.

Brad: Hey, little man. I wanna give you something that I didn't have for a long time. A real name. I know it sounds crazy, but someday when I tell you the whole story, you'll understand why it's so important to me and why the name is so important to me. It was my father's name. I'm going to call you Arthur.

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

Phyllis: I need to go to Madison. I need to go there to help Jack.

Nikki: Victoria's gonna be moved to the ranch. I'm gonna move back there, too.

Cynthia: Were you aware that you were breaking the law when you bought and sold Jabot Cosmetics?

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