Y&R Transcript Thursday 12/13/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 12/13/07 -- Canada; Friday 12/14/07 -- U.S.A.

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Nikki: Your cousin Noah sure wants to take you riding. Did you know that your mother used to ride dressage? She did. And she's got a scrapbook full of pictures. She'll show 'em to you.

David: How's he doing?

Nikki: Oh, well, we had a scare earlier. His carbon dioxide levels went up so they had to put him on a c-pap.

David: That is scary.

Nikki: Yeah, but he fought through it. Just like his mother's gonna do.

David: How's she doing?

Nikki: Gonna wake up any day. Isn't that right, Honey? Yeah. You go to sleep. Sweet dreams. Sweet dreams. You ready?

David: Sure. Where to?

Nikki: I'm staying at Sharon's.

David: Well, I didn't think you'd wanna be within 50 feet of you know who.

Nikki: Yeah, no kidding. This way I'm close by, but I don't have to put up with Victor.

Gabby: Excuse me, Mr. Newman?

Victor: Yes?

Gabby: I was told there are special pillowcases for your daughter.

Victor: In fact, there are silk ones. Uh, my wife took them to the hospital. You're gonna have to ask her.

Gabby: Is she here?

Victor: Nope. Uh, she won't be back till tomorrow. Um, do you have her cell number?

Gabby: Oh, it isn't urgent.

Victor: All right.

Gabby: Thank you, Mr. Newman.

Victor: Okay.

Victor: Come here, Baby. Stay. That's it. That's it. Stay. That's it. Good boy. What are you chewing on? What are you chewing? What are you chewing? Oh, you got one of her shoes? Well, I won't tell her. I didn't see this happening. Boy, and you like that, don't you? You like that, don't you?

J.T.: You should go home.

Colleen: Look, I'm really sorry about the manicotti. I had no idea Victoria made it.

J.T.: It's fine, seriously. I just... I just wanna be left alone, all right?

Colleen: Why? So you can stay here and stress out some more?

J.T.: I'm stressing now. What's the big difference?

Colleen: Well, I can keep you company. That way it saves you from doing anything irrational.

J.T.: I'm just gonna probably lie down, all right? I'm not gonna do anything crazy. You should go home to your professor.

Colleen: My professor is still in class, okay? And he'll be grading finals all night. I'm not leaving until you eat something.

J.T.: I'm not hungry.

Colleen: Starving yourself is not gonna help Victoria or the baby. I mean, what happens if she wakes up and you're too weak to drive over there? I'm doing this for selfish reasons. Because I don't want you calling me at 3:00 A.M. in the morning asking for a ride.

J.T.: I'll call a cab.

Colleen: I'm taking you out for a meal, J.T.

J.T.: I'll put some extra cream in my coffee, if that'll make you feel better.

Colleen: Real food. Come on! It's my treat. Now the J.T. I know couldn't resist an offer like that.

J.T.: Watch me.

Colleen: I'm not leaving until you say yes.

J.T.: The couch is all yours.

(Cell phone ringing)

Colleen: Hey, Lily. Yeah, I'm just at J.T.'s. Where are you? Okay, do you wanna come to the club? I'll see you soon. Bye. She is meeting us over there.

J.T.: I didn't say I'd go.

Colleen: Lily is taking a break from studying so she can cheer you up. You're coming.

J.T.: You know, I don't ever remember you being this bossy.

Colleen: Well, I remember you being so stubborn. But I always won. So come on. Put that down.

J.T.: Ugh.

Colleen: Let's go.

Amber: Hmm. Hey.

Daniel: Where'd you go?

Amber: Shopping.

Daniel: Did you buy me something?

Amber: We're not talking.

Daniel: Oh, we're not. You know, 'cause I am so sorry. I did not mean to upset you.

Amber: Ever think of taking sensitivity training?

Daniel: Amber, I just don't wanna see you disappointed. You know, you enter that contest and your ex-in-laws find out about it--

Amber: I know. I know. I get it, okay?

Daniel: So you forgive me?

Amber: Well...

Daniel: I'll make it up to you.

Amber: Mmm! There's this really cute dress at Fenmore's! It's got this--

Daniel: Whoa, whoa, whoa, I was thinking more along the lines of taking you out to dinner while I still had a job.

Amber: Why wouldn't you have a job?

Daniel: The casino's being hauled away in chunks. Jack quit the senate. Don't see much of a future there for me. Oh, yeah, and if I don't get this paper turned into my professor by noon tomorrow, I'll fail History.

Amber: I thought your semester was over.

Daniel: Yeah, I took my last final. I just got this one paper left. What did you buy? A video camera?

Amber: More like an investment in my future.

Daniel: You're not making enough money to afford this.

Amber: Well, I've been putting money away every week and my promo CD is selling on the internet.

Daniel: This camera is, like, $3,000. That's a lot of CDs. Are you sure?

Amber: That's why God created credit cards.

Daniel: I am still not helping you.

Amber: Gee, thanks.

Daniel: You know, if you took the camera back now, just think of all the money you could save. And you could take me out to dinner.

Amber: What about your paper?

Daniel: That's why God created caffeine.

Nikki: Hi.

David: Hey.

Nikki: The house seems so quiet without Noah running around. You got groceries?

David: Yeah, I just picked up a few of the staples, you know, some bread, water, coffee.

Nikki: Oh. You didn't have to do that.

David: I wanted to.

Nikki: That's very sweet.

David: I'm gonna cook you a home-cooked meal. You deserve it.

Nikki: You cook?

David: Well, I try. So don't get your hopes up too high, okay? Opening a restaurant has always been on my list of things to do in this life. If not this one, the next one.

Nikki: Wow.

(Cell phone ringing)

Nikki: Hello?

Victor: I'd like you to know I'm going to the office for a few hours.

Nikki: Okay. Great.

Victor: If you would like to see Victoria, then, um, you can come by. I'll be gone in about five minutes, okay?

Nikki: Thanks. Victor's going to the office.

David: Oh. Uh, you know, Nikki, there's some business I really need to talk to you about.

Nikki: Oh, David, my head is buzzing. I really need a break from it.

David: So when did Victor start calling you to announce his whereabouts?

Nikki: We just thought it would be better that he's not there when I visit Victoria.

David: Okay, well, um, we'll have dinner later then.

Nikki: Yeah, but I don't wanna make you wait for me.

David: Yeah, but I really need to talk to you about this.

Nikki: Business?

David: Yeah, look, it can wait until after you get back, okay? So take your time.

Nikki: Okay.

Gina: So you alone tonight?

Amber: Oh, no, Daniel's parking. The lot's full.

Gina: Oh, that's because we're having a private party up in the Founders room.

Amber: Mmm.

Gina: Want a table?

Amber: Oh, no, thanks. Um, I'm just gonna wait here. But thanks, Gina.

Gina: Okay.

Amber: Cool.

Amber: Hey. Hitting the gym or a defendant?

(Laughs)

Daniel: Hey.

Amber: (Giggles)

Daniel: What's the matter with Heather?

Amber: Who cares?

Daniel: You are never gonna believe what I just did.

Amber: Took a job at the mall playing Santa?

Daniel: Oh, ho-ho-ho. No!

Gina: Hey, Sweetheart!

Daniel: Hey, Aunt Gina. How you doing?

Gina: How are you?

Daniel: Um, actually, I'm pretty crappy. I just hit a car in the parking lot on the way in here.

Gina: Honey, are you okay?

Daniel: Yeah, I'm--I'm fine, but my wallet's not gonna be.

Gina: What about the other driver?

Daniel: I hit a parked car in the parking lot.

Amber: Wait, wait, did you leave a note? Because I had a friend once who had a hit and run--

Daniel: Yes, yes, I left a note. Of course I did. Look, I got their license plate number. I was wondering if you could help me find it. I have a really high deductible on my insurance. You know, that way it makes the insurance cheaper.

Amber: Yeah, until you hit someone.

Daniel: Yeah.

Gina: Uh, we keep our members' license plate number in the database. Come with me. I think I can find it.

Daniel: You won.

Colleen: Hey, you.

Lily: Hey.

Colleen: What's with all the schoolwork? I thought the semester was over.

Lily: Um, I'm just doing a paper for extra credit. I need an "A" in this class.

Colleen: Oh, right, you need it, or you want it?

Lily: I need it to make the Dean's list.

Colleen: Right.

Lily: Where's J.T.?

Colleen: Um, we took separate cars so I didn't have to drive him back. He's probably looking for a parking space.

(Cell phone ringing)

Colleen: Oh!

J.T.: Hey, it's me.

Colleen: Um, parking's brutal. I found a space a couple of blocks back.

J.T.: I'm at the hospital. I, uh, I couldn't sit in a restaurant. I had to come see the baby.

Colleen: Okay, well, just stay for a little while and then come here. We'll wait.

J.T.: Yeah, not tonight. Sorry, Colleen.

Colleen: Okay. I understand. Bye.

Lily: Is he coming?

Colleen: Nope. He's at the hospital.

Lily: Well, we could bring him food.

Colleen: Good idea. I'll get it. Do you want anything?

Lily: Uh, yeah, get me the house salad.

Colleen: House salad?

Lily: Yeah.

Colleen: Okay.

Victor: Would you think about running for Jack Abbott's senate seat? Well, I certainly am not. Talk to the governor about it. Uh, I'll talk to you tomorrow. Thank you.

Nikki: You're still here?

Victor: Yeah, been a change of plans.

Heather: Hey, Gina, the, uh, the trainer said you wanted to see me?

Amber: You hit the assistant D.A.'s car? You idiot!

Daniel: Yeah, let's just hope she's cool about it.

Amber: Oh, right, right, you have met her, right?

Daniel: Mm-hmm.

Gina: Heather, is this your license plate number?

Heather: Um, yep, that's it. Is there a problem?

Amber: I hope you have good insurance. Actually, I hope you have fantastic insurance. Because she is gonna squeeze everything she can get out of you. And then she's gonna squeeze a little bit more and then...

Daniel: Uh, I, uh... don't wanna make you cry again.

Amber: Uh, can I-- can I get a glass of wine? White--white wine.

Gina: Come with me, Honey.

Heather: Daniel, what's this about?

Daniel: Um... I kinda dinged your car.

Heather: You dinged my car?

Daniel: Yeah, uh, it's-- it's--well, it's more than a ding, less than a crash. I-I-I kinda dented the rear fender.

Heather: You kinda dinged my car, or you kinda dented the rear fender?

Daniel: It was an accident. I was looking for a parking spot. The only spot there was next to you. I-I tried parking-- you were parked half in my spot, but it wasn't your fault. 'Cause the guy next to you had done the same thing-- parked over the line. Look, I was looking for a different spot.

Heather: Okay, okay, Daniel, how bad is it?

Daniel: They can hammer it out. Um, I'll--I'll pay for the damages.

Heather: Yes, you will.

Daniel: Yeah, um, and about that. Look, I have a really high deductible. So I thought maybe, you know, I could pay out of pocket?

Heather: Okay, fine. Just take it to my dealership.

Daniel: Yeah, uh, a dealer? They cost a lot of money. I was thinking maybe a body shop.

Heather: No, no, no. They don't do a good job at a body shop. I don't--you--you-- I need it done right, so you've got two choices. Either call your insurance carrier, or pay out of pocket. Who's your carrier?

Daniel: I don't know. It--it starts with an "E," I think. I-I just switched it.

Heather: Okay. Show me your license and proof of insurance. Maybe I could help.

Daniel: Some people would say that hitting a cop is probably the worst thing you can do, but I would like to disagree and say hitting the district attorney that just got done prosecuting you is probably a little bit worse.

Heather: Come on, Daniel.

Daniel: You know, I had a nightmare once about hitting a cop. Almost. Um... I'm not saying that you're a nightmare. Uh, you know what? Never mind. Here, just--there you go.

Heather: Thank you. Thank you. Okay, let's see. It's expired, Daniel.

Daniel: What are you talking about?

Heather: Expired! Do you even have insurance?

Daniel: Yeah, of course I have insurance.

Heather: You know, it's illegal to drive in the state of Wisconsin without insurance.

Daniel: I have insurance. I just don't have the right up-to-date card. I guess that's maybe the upside or maybe the downside to hitting a lawyer, I guess. They know their rights and mine.

Cane: Hot wings, meatball sub, and a week's worth of sports pages.

J.T.: Appreciate it, man. How'd you find me?

Cane: Oh, you know. Did a little detective work in the old country. I figured you'd be either here or home, so... is he yours?

J.T.: I hope so. Still waiting on the paternity test.

Cane: You freaked out?

J.T.: Yeah, in a good way. A good way, man. I've never--I've never really wanted anything that badly in my life.

Cane: Yeah. Yeah, that's where you and I differ, though. I just don't-- I just don't think I'm there yet, you know?

J.T.: Oh, yeah. Well, I didn't think I was either, and then... then you see the little guy, and everything changes.

Cane: He's a good looking boy.

J.T.: Looks like his mom.

Cane: I bet he's gonna get all the girls.

J.T.: You just wait till you have one of your own.

Cane: Yeah. Just gotta find the right lady, though.

Nikki: So look, um... I can leave if you wanna stick around.

Victor: Oh, did you solve the pillowcase problem or what?

Nikki: Oh, yes. Crisis averted. J.T. brought a lot of them last time he was here.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: Oh, no, no, no, no. No! No! Zapato!

Victor: He hoped that you wouldn't see it. He hoped that you wouldn't see it.

Nikki: Oh, my shoes! Why do you have to have such expensive tastes?

Victor: He missed his mommy.

Nikki: Oh, I miss him, too.

Victor: Come here.

Nikki: Why can't you chew Victor's shoes? Oh, Honey.

Victor: There we go. Come on.

Nikki: Here, take it, boy. It's yours.

Victor: Look, she's giving it back to you. Boy, are you happy now. Are you happy now?

Nikki: Hey, I was at the hospital earlier and the baby's coloring is better.

Victor: I'm happy to hear that.

Nikki: Any news on the DNA test?

Victor: No, not yet.

Nikki: Well, I'll be glad when we find out one way or the other. It'll ease a lot of the tension.

Victor: I certainly hope it's J.T.

Cane: So when do you get the test results?

J.T.: Soon. I don't know if I can wait any longer.

Cane: Yeah. You nervous?

J.T.: A little. You know, if you'd have told me a year ago that I'd want a baby, I would've told you you're crazy, you know? I-I didn't know I'd feel this way until he was born. I-I knew I would support Victoria and the baby no matter who the father was, but I didn't know I'd love the guy so much. You--you don't even know you have it in you, and then... then it happens and it's, uh... it's overwhelming.

Cane: A girlfriend of mine thought she was pregnant once. Turned out it was a false alarm, though.

J.T.: Yeah, I, uh, had a girlfriend who lost a baby.

Lily: Hey.

Colleen: Hey.

Cane: Hey.

Colleen: Since you wouldn't come to the food, we brought it to you.

J.T.: I'm not hungry, Colleen.

Colleen: You're gonna be a patient here if you don't eat something.

J.T.: I ate. Cane brought me some food.

Cane: I got him a meatball sandwich.

Colleen: That's healthy.

J.T.: Yeah.

Lily: Wow. I have never seen a baby that small.

J.T.: He's got a set of lungs, though. You should hear him cry. The doctor says he's getting stronger.

Colleen: Hey, little one. He looks better today.

Lily: So what should we do with all this food? I hate for it to go to waste.

Cane: Oh. Maybe someone here would like it. I'll go and see if the nurses know.

Lily: Oh, okay. Thank you.

Cane: Yeah.

Colleen: Um, we can't stay long because Lily has to get back to schoolwork.

Lily: Oh, no, no, no, I can stay. I can stay.

Colleen: You are so into him.

Amber: Oh, that woman is such a witch! How much you wanna make a bet she's gonna get her entire car painted, hmm?

Daniel: Maybe. She wants me to take it to the dealer.

Amber: Oh, of course she does! She so wants you to get ripped off. But I do know this place... once I accidentally dinged Mrs. Chancellor's car. I wasn't supposed to be driving it, but he did such a great job, she never even noticed.

Daniel: Well, if you have the name and number of this guy, I'd be glad to pass it on to Heather.

Amber: Yeah, for sure! For sure! And tell her to use my name, 'cause then Vladmir-- he'll give her a discount.

Daniel: Oh, you want me to tell Heather to drop your name? No. No. No.

Lily: Man, J.T. is so attached to that baby. You know, I really hope it's his.

Colleen: Yeah.

Lily: Sorry, I didn't mean...

Colleen: Oh, that's fine. I mean, I'm really hoping it's my dad's, but... you know, either way, that baby will have great parents.

Lily: Won't that be weird? If you have a little baby brother, and then if you get pregnant, he'll be your baby's uncle?

Colleen: Yeah, not happening. Mnh-mnh. Nope.

Lily: Hey, wasn't that nice of Cane to bring J.T. food?

Colleen: Excuse me? Wasn't it nice of me? Or don't I count?

Lily: No, but you're always nice, Sweetie. See, I'm just getting to know Cane.

Colleen: Shocking. The hottie has a heart?

Lily: Ah, shut up.

Cane: Mission accomplished. And the nurses thank you.

Lily: Oh. Did you get any phone numbers?

Cane: Yeah, I got a couple. But I'm gonna give 'em to Korbel.

Colleen: Ha!

Cane: You know, if I knew you were coming over, I would've brought that CD I burned for you.

Lily: Oh, I forgot! I'm supposed to burn you a CD, too!

Cane: No worries, it's cool.

Lily: No, I had, uh, I had finals this week. So I'll just do it this weekend.

Cane: Okay. Did you get a chance to finish your entry for the, uh, Faces of Jabot contest?

Lily: Uh, kind of. I wrote the essay, so all I have to do is the video now.

Colleen: Um, I'll be right back.

Lily: Okay.

Cane: Bye. Do you wanna sit?

Lily: Yeah, sure.

Cane: So... what are you doing for the holidays?

Lily: Um, usual family stuff.

Cane: Hmm. So you know, I owe you for Thanksgiving.

Lily: You mean the dinner that almost wasn't?

Cane: Yeah, but that was fun. That was fun. Um, I, uh, I'd like to make it up to you, so... maybe I could... you know, invite you over for Christmas?

Lily: Are you cooking?

Cane: Uh, my version of cooking is reheating, so, no. The kitchen is-- is Esther's domain.

Lily: Uh...

Cane: You wanna come?

Lily: Um, I'd love to, but I can't. It's my first Christmas without my mom.

Cane: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

Lily: No, it's fine. Uh, I've just been volunteering at the place where she went to and a lot of kids still remember her, so it'll be nice to hear them tell stories about how wonderful she was.

Cane: If you need any help, just call me. I'd love to come down and help volunteer.

Lily: Yeah, I will.

(Playing "Greensleeves")

Victor: Did you find the mail?

Nikki: Yeah. Yeah, Casey sent us a Christmas card.

Victor: How's Casey doing?

Nikki: Very well. She's hoping Noah will come back and visit her soon.

Victor: I got all the stuff for the, uh, the gingerbread house.

Nikki: Oh, Noah loves decorating that every Christmas.

Victor: What are your plans, by the way?

Nikki: Phyllis is gonna have something special at the tack house.

Victor: Well, if you'd like to do that, I'll have everyone here.

Nikki: Okay, that's fine. Ugh. Remember all those years the kids just couldn't wait to open their presents on Christmas morning?

Victor: Yeah. Nicholas was the most impatient, wasn't he?

Nikki: Oh, then there was that time poor Cassie didn't see her gift under the tree and started crying.

Victor: Yeah, I remember.

Nikki: And then Noah-- he started crying, too. Oh, 'cause he didn't get one.

Victor: Well, we got him one the next morning, didn't we?

Nikki: He was so little. He barely fit in that saddle, but he cried and you caved.

Victor: Well, how could I not, for heaven's sake?

Nikki: You weren't that soft with our kids.

Victor: Well, you know, somehow, with grandchildren, it seems to be different. I don't know what it is, but...

Nikki: I wish that weren't true.

Victor: So, um... we're in agreement about Christmas then?

Nikki: Sure.

Victor: All right. I'm heading to the office.

Nikki: What, do you mean now? This late?

Victor: Yeah, something I need to take care of.

Nikki: Oh. All right, well, call me in the morning.

Victor: All right.

Nikki: I'll see you then.

(Door closes)

Victor: (Sighs) she has no idea, Zapato, does she? I guess I'm gonna have to tell her.

Colleen: Do they let you hold him?

J.T.: No. No, he's not, uh, he's not strong enough yet, but... in a few weeks, hopefully. I was telling him all about his mom-- how beautiful and smart she is.

Colleen: Well, I bet he can't wait to meet her.

J.T.: I keep thinking about how Victoria's gonna look when she sees him for the first time.

Colleen: I have to go and see if Lily needs a ride, okay? Are you sure you'll be okay?

J.T.: Yeah, don't worry about me. I'm fine.

Colleen: Well, someone has to. Make sure you get some sleep.

J.T.: I thought you didn't want me sulking in the dark.

Colleen: Sleeping doesn't count.

J.T.: If I can sleep, that would be a good thing.

Colleen: I'm gonna come back here in the morning and see if you're okay.

Cane: I tried to learn French once. I even got one of those audio courses. I just don't think I have that language gene.

Lily: Yeah, neither do I.

Cane: But you do speak French, right?

Lily: Well, for survival.

Cane: Oh, I forgot. You lived in Paris.

Lily: Yeah, you either spoke French or nobody talked to you.

Colleen: Hey. You ready?

Lily: Uh, oh, we can stay longer if you want.

Colleen: What about your schoolwork?

Lily: Oh, it's no big deal. All I have to do is proofread, so... and plus, I know you wanted to keep J.T. company.

Colleen: I do. Do you think that you can drive Lily home?

Cane: No, that's cool. That's cool. Um, do you mind stopping by Jabot real quick?

Lily: Yeah, that's fine.

Cane: Okay. Are you hungry?

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

Cane: Yeah, let's do that.

Lily: Okay.

Colleen: I will see you guys later.

Cane: See you later.

Lily: We're gonna say bye to J.T.

Colleen: Okay.

Nikki: Wow! Something smells good!

David: Hey, I didn't think you were gonna be back so soon. How was your visit?

Nikki: Oh, Victor was there.

David: I thought he was going out.

Nikki: Well, he is now. I didn't wanna hang around and deal with him.

David: Did he give you a hard time with anything?

Nikki: He was surprisingly calm. We were actually able to talk about the holidays and how we were going to organize them. It was amazing.

David: Good. Just as long as you plan to put aside some time for me.

Nikki: We'll see.

David: Hey, that's not a no.

Nikki: Thank you for being so understanding.

[Victor remembering]

Nikki: "My darling Nikki, I will make your dream come true."

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: "All my love, Victor." What does this mean?

Victor: Yeah, I bet you wanna know, don't you?

Nikki: Yeah.

Victor: Mm-hmm. A series of beautiful spas of your design all across America.

Nikki: What?

Victor: Yeah.

Nikki: Are you kidding?

Victor: No.

Nikki: Oh, my God! Oh, that's amazing! Victor, thank you!

Victor: All right, Zapato. All right, my boy, come here. Let us now... deliver the mail to Nikki. Come on. Let's go. Heel. Come on, boy.

Amber: Yeah, uh, her name is Heather Stevens. But listen, don't-- don't mention to her that you know me, know my name, anything about me. Yeah. He could you give her a good deal? Oh, thank you so much, Vlady! Listen, when my CD drops, you'll be the first one to get a copy. Cool. Thanks, bye. Done.

Daniel: Done. Yeah, are you sure I can trust this Vladmir guy?

Amber: Yeah. I mean, he did a great job with Katherine's car.

Daniel: He seems to be open a little late?

Amber: He is a hard worker. You got a problem with that?

Daniel: Heather?

Heather: Hey. Daniel, I just saw the car. And it's--it's not bad at all. So I just wanted to apologize in case I was a little hard on you earlier.

Daniel: No, no, it's cool. Just--about the dealership, um... I've got this guy that I know, he can do it for cheap. Well, cheaper.

Heather: Okay. Okay, whatever, I just-- I just want 'em to do a good job.

Daniel: He will. He will do a great job. I promise. And in the meantime, I want you to take my car.

Heather: Well, what are you gonna do?

Daniel: I'll take the bus. I'll hitch a ride from a friend. I'll do whatever I have to do.

Heather: I can't take your car.

Daniel: Then let me rent a car for you, please?

Heather: Okay, that sounds fair. Just write the name and the address down for me.

Daniel: I will drop your car off personally. The guy's name is Vladmir. He is supposed to do great body work on cars.

Cane: Wait, are you talking about that guy who works at the garage on Wilton, right?

Daniel: Um, yeah, I think so.

Cane: Yeah, I know that guy. His name's Mickey McCullin. The place is a front. It's a chop shop.

Heather: Mickey McCullin? I've prosecuted that guy twice for using stolen parts.

Lily: Hey, isn't that the guy who ripped off Devon?

Daniel: I don't know, is it?

Heather: Is that the place you were gonna take my car? Are you serious? You know what? I should've expected something like this from you.

Daniel: I had a friend that got work done there and it was great. I'm sorry. I didn't know it was a chop shop.

Heather: I'm taking my car to the dealership tomorrow. And you can call me with your insurance information.

Daniel: Okay. Fine.

Heather: Okay. All right. Thank you for wasting my time.

Daniel: Thank you. Thank you. And thank you. You couldn't just walk by?

Cane: Daniel, I'm doing you a favor.

Daniel: You are not doing-- you are not doing my wallet any favors.

Cane: You're gonna send the assistant D.A. to a chop shop? What are you crazy?

Gina: Hey--hey, guys! Guys, keep it down. Listen, if you're hungry, you need to order now, all right? Because the kitchen's closing.

Cane: We'll go somewhere else. I'm sorry.

Daniel: I'm sorry.

Nikki: Hey, what were you gonna talk to me about?

David: Oh, um... just about your holiday plans as they relate to business, but it's been covered.

Nikki: Oh, it's my granddaughter's birthday in a couple of days. I haven't bought anything.

David: Well, I could pick something up, if you like?

Nikki: Oh, no. I wanna do it. But thanks.

David: If you need anything, just let me know.

Nikki: I don't know what I would've done the last few weeks without you. You are something.

Nikki: Really something.

(Thud)

Zapato: (Barks)

Nikki: Was that Zapato?

Nikki: Zapato? Zapato?

Amber: (Sighs) I am so, so sorry. I had no idea Vladimir was that Mickey whatever his name is.

Daniel: Mickey whatever-- who runs a chop shop!

Amber: What, you think I would've send you there if I had known? Huh? I mean, I definitely never would've sent Heather there.

Daniel: Well, it's a little late for that, don't you think? Oh, talk about a night from hell.

Amber: Forgive me?

Daniel: Forgive you? No, no, I don't think I'm gonna forgive you, no.

Amber: I forgave you!

Daniel: You know what? Well, I guess that makes you a much better person than I am. Here, drive yourself home.

Amber: Oh! What are you gonna do, huh?

Daniel: I'm gonna walk.

Amber: Oh, it's cold.

Daniel: I could use the air. Thanks. Bye, Aunt Gina.

Gina: Be careful, Honey.

Daniel: Mm-hmm.

Gina: Amber? Why don't you finish up, Honey? I'm--I'm getting ready to close.

Amber: Oh, yeah, no more for me because I am driving.

Gina: Okay, well, good. Then I guess I'm officially closed.

Amber: Yeah. You have another customer here.

Gina: He's waiting for me.

Amber: Oh! Okay! Way to go, Gina.

Gina: Well, sometimes.

Amber: Yeah, well, um... I think I'll, uh...

Gina: Go?

Amber: (Purrs)

Gina: (Laughs)

Amber: Bye, Honey.

Gina: Bye, Sweetie.

J.T.: I'm putting together a little picture album for Victoria. That's "Mommy" to you. So she can see how you looked every day. You've changed so much already.

(Camera shutter clicks)

J.T.: Boy, these women just can't seem to stay away from you. I'll be back in a little while, okay?

J.T.: I thought you went home.

Colleen: I decided to keep you company instead.

J.T.: Didn't Lily need to get home and finish her schoolwork?

Colleen: Yeah, she did, but, uh, she got a ride from someone a little more appealing.

Cane: This Clear Springs insurance thing is such a mess. It's gonna take years to figure it out.

Lily: Well, tell me what we're looking for and then I can help you.

Cane: It's a folder that says "R.I.F.S."

Lily: Which stands for what?

Cane: Remedial Investigation Feasibility Study. There's some more.

Lily: Oh, sounds serious.

Cane: Yeah. It's a, uh, environmental impact statement. I have a meeting tomorrow morning and I won't be coming to the office. I have to take it with me.

Lily: So what do I get if I find it?

Cane: My undying gratitude?

Lily: Well, that's a start. Oh! I got it!

(Vacuum running)

Lily: Um... we should go.

Cane: Yeah. Yeah, we should. Yeah, we should.

Nikki: Thanks again. Dinner was wonderful. You can cook for me anytime.

David: I'll call you in the morning.

Nikki: Okay.

(Car engine starting)

(Telephone ringing)

Nikki's voice: Hi, it's me. Um, I just wanted to thank you for bringing my mail. That was very thoughtful of you.

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

Sharon: I don't trust you, Jack, and I don't know if I'm ever going to be able to again.

Michael: I am not confident that Jana won't try to hurt you again.

Kevin: I will get her out one way or another.

Jana: Do you think that he's going to try to help us?

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