Y&R Transcript Monday 12/17/07

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Victor: J.T., I'm very glad that the DNA results show that you're the father of my grandson.

J.T.: Yeah.

Victor: Hey, congratulations.

J.T.: I can't believe it. This is, uh, this is a great day. It really is a great day.

Victor: Ah. I'm sure Brad Carlton won't agree with you.

J.T.: Yeah, I can't believe I'm saying this, but I actually feel sorry for the guy. You know, he could've been me.

Brad: J.T.?

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Brad: Congratulations. I know how much this means to you.

J.T.: Thank you.

Nikki: What's wrong? Is there a problem with the baby?

Victor: Nothing at all, Sweetheart. Nothing at all.

Brad: The DNA test came back. J.T. is the father.

Nikki: Oh, Brad, I'm sorry.

Brad: I'm gonna get a cup of coffee.

Victor: If you want an update on the baby, we'll call you later, all right? If anything is new, then we'll let you know.

Lily: Oh, I got it!

(Vacuum running)

Amber: Kiss me! It's mistletoe. It was a joke.

Cane: Right. Um... I'm sorry. What's up?

Amber: Um, noth--nothing. I was actually looking for my scarf and I can't find it and I've kinda worked up a little bit of an appetite looking for it. Um, hey, would--would you like to maybe, uh--

Jill: Hello, Amber. Hello, Sweetheart.

Cane: Hey, Mum.

Amber: Um, Jill, I was actually just asking Cane if he would like to grab a bite. Maybe we could all go eat.

Jill: We have plans. Um, family business.

Amber: Sure. See ya.

Cane: (Chuckles)

Jill: I'm just amazed that you were ever married to her.

Cane: Mmm.

Colleen: Well, it seems like Cane's over the whole age thing.

Lily: Yeah, I guess so.

Colleen: Keep going!

Lily: Uh, okay, so... I was looking at him...

Colleen: Mm-hmm.

Lily: And he was looking at me. And I know he wanted to kiss me. Maybe I just think he did, 'cause I wanted to, and maybe I just mistook what I wanted for what he wanted.

Colleen: Yeah, 'cause you've got that all figured out.

Lily: You think I'm overanalyzing, don't you?

Colleen: You? No, never.

Lily: Come on!

Colleen: Okay, I bet he thought, "It would suck to kiss Lily, but I don't wanna hurt her feelings, so..."

Lily: A mercy kiss?

Colleen: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Our lips barely touched.

Colleen: And I bet he would've leaned in for more if it wasn't for the vacuum.

Lily: How do you know?

Colleen: A good guess?

Lily: Well, I leaned in first.

Colleen: Well, that's good.

Lily: Yeah.

Colleen: Okay, let's do one more set and let's make it a little bit more challenging, okay?

Lily: Okay. You know, we should probably stop talking about this before he comes in and overhears us. So what are you doing later?

Colleen: Um, I'm gonna go check on my dad. He finds out today if he's the father or not.

Lily: Mmm. That's stressful.

Colleen: Yeah. He wants so badly to be the father, you know?

Lily: Yeah. Well, I hope he gets his wish.

J.T.: I'm glad you're still here.

Brad: I'm surprised Victor hasn't called in a S.W.A.T. team.

J.T.: Yeah, well, there's one good thing about the way this turned out.

Brad: What's that?

J.T.: I'm in charge. Victor's not, so... listen, if you wanna stay, you stay. If you wanna know how the baby's doing, call me.

Brad: Thanks, J.T. I appreciate that.

Doctor: Mr. Hellstrom?

J.T.: Yes?

Doctor: I have an update on your son.

J.T.: Uh, yeah, it's fine. Go ahead. Uh, Nikki, Dr. Bagano has some news.

Nikki: Don't you wanna wait for Victor?

J.T.: No, it's fine. We can fill him in later. Go ahead, Doctor.

Dr. Bagano: Well, good news. The retinal test showed no abnormalities. We dilated with eye drops, and everything looks normal. There's been no recurrence of the raised CO2 levels. His breathing is getting stronger.

J.T.: That's great. That's great news.

Dr. Bagano: I can show you his growth chart if you'll come with me.

J.T.: Sure.

Nikki: I'll be right there.

J.T.: Okay.

Nikki: Brad... I'm so sorry. Throughout this whole ordeal I really saw the best of you.

Brad: I love that little guy.

Nikki: I know you do.

Brad: Well, go on. Uh, take care of your grandson.

Nikki: I will.

(Cell phone ringing)

Sharon: Brad?

Brad: I'm still at the hospital.

Sharon: Well, you sound terrible. What's going on?

Brad: It's official. J.T.'s the father.

Sharon: (Gasps)

Jill: I know. Exactly.

Lily: Hi.

Jill: Oh, hi! Hi, Lily.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: Sorry, I don't mean to interrupt you guys, but I was just working out and Cane here showed me the proper way to do triceps extensions.

Jill: Oh, did he?

Lily: And it made a huge difference. I wanted to come by and say thank you.

Cane: Why don't you, uh, why don't you stay and join us? I'll get you a chair.

Lily: No, no, no, no, I don't wanna intrude.

Jill: No, no, we would love to have you.

Cane: See? Now you can't bail out. Come here.

Lily: Okay, thank you.

Jill: We were just talking about the faces of Jabot contest. And I hear you're taking my advice and entering.

Cane: And she has a good shot of winning... if you ask me.

Kay: Hello there.

Amber: Oh, hi, Mrs. C.

Kay: Well, you are certainly not one for subtlety, are you, my dear?

Amber: Well, I-I was--

Kay: It's--it's all right. It's all right. He did not see you.

Amber: It wasn't-- it wasn't him.

Kay: Oh.

Amber: No. Um... I-I was actually thinking about um--um, this song that I was writing last night. It's, um, it's kinda like, um, a tearjerker ballad. Mariah--she'd kill for it.

Kay: Yeah, I see.

Amber: So, um... are you gonna go join them?

Kay: No, no, I'm not. In fact, um... I am going torture myself in the gym. Doctor's orders to rehab the shoulder.

Amber: Mmm. That's what you get for trying to hold up a collapsed parking garage with one arm.

Kay: Oh, I can think of a... no, I really canít. I cannot think of anything less pleasant activity than going to the gym. Now I've sweated in my life, but I assure you it was over... far more pleasant activities than just working out.

Amber: Okay, that's one for the memoirs.

Kay: Why don't you come with me? Oh! Let off some of that steam?

Amber: Yeah, uh... I-I'd love to, but, um... you know, when my marriage ended, my gym membership kinda went along with it.

Kay: Oh. I'll make you a business deal. You become my motivator and I will get you your membership. Deal?

Amber: Yeah, deal. (Giggles) thank you.

Kay: All right.

J.T.: Dad? Pops? My old man? If he ever calls me by my first name, he's not driving till he's 30.

Victor: Well, you get to have only one mom, one dad, so those names are sacred. I'm sure Victoria would agree with you.

Woman: Excuse me, Mr. Hellstrom?

J.T.: Yes?

Woman: I'll need you to sign a birth certificate.

J.T.: Well, I'd love to, but we don't have a name yet.

Woman: You can add it later. Follow me.

J.T.: Excuse me, I'm a dad. I have to go sign a birth certificate.

Victor: That's nice. He's a happy man.

Nikki: And we're happy grandparents. Who happen to have other grandchildren and one has a birthday today.

Victor: Oh, yeah, yeah, Summer's first--first birthday. How sweet.

Nikki: Yes. It hasn't been boring.

Victor: Are Phyllis and Nicholas planning a party or what?

Nikki: I was hoping we could find a way to both be there.

Victor: Ah. I'll call and find out if you've left, okay?

Nikki: I meant be there at the same time.

Victor: You must not know what's going on.

Nikki: What?

Victor: The money you borrowed from me for that ridiculous Clear Springs development is due. In its entirety.

Nikki: What?! That--that development is almost dead! What are you talking about?

Victor: I don't give a damn. The loan is due. Pay it back. Yeah!

Nikki: We have a premature grandson and a comatose daughter-- they're both fighting for their lives. And you pull this?

Victor: I told you to abandon the project, you didn't listen, all right?

Nikki: I had no choice, Victor.

Victor: Of course you had a choice! What the hell are you talking about? You secured the loan with your business and marriage assets. What the hell were you thinking? What's your plan now?

Nikki: My plan is to develop a new strategy and move forward. Just like you would do!

Victor: I'm saving you from yourself and from your idiotic decision. All right? That way you have some money left after the divorce. How the hell did you not know?

Nikki: Uh, because nobody told me. And I'm not clairvoyant! Although, I can predict what you do very well.

David: What's going on?

Victor: My ex-wife and I are discussing business that doesn't involve you.

Nikki: David is in business with me. He is involved. We can talk in front of him.

Victor: I'm gonna leave this room because I can't breathe this hot air that both of you produce. When I come back, you and I will continue this conversation without being interrupted by you.

David: (Sighs) that was about the loan, wasn't it?

Nikki: What? You know about that?

David: I received the papers several days back.

Nikki: And you didn't tell me?

David: Nikki, you've been dealing with so many things all at once. And with the holidays right around the corner, I thought it would be best--

Nikki: To keep it from me? To keep it from me? Is that what you thought?

David: No. No. I was trying to correct the situation.

Nikki: Don't ever, ever do that again. Don't ever hide things from me! I did not want him being a knight in shining armor, and I don't want you to be that either! Please!

David: All right. I'll meet you at the car.

Colleen: Hey.

J.T.: Hi.

Colleen: I, uh, thought my dad would be here.

J.T.: Yeah, he, uh, he didn't feel very welcomed.

Colleen: That never stopped him before.

J.T.: The paternity test results are in. That's my son.

J.T.: Listen, I-I know you're probably a little disappointed.

Colleen: No. That's... okay.

J.T.: Your dad was--

Colleen: J.T., it's... its okay. I'm happy for you.

J.T.: Can you believe I'm a dad? I keep... I keep thinking about all the things I wanna teach him, you know? How to ride a bike, how to, uh... catch a ball, of course, a sense of humor. You know, that's always important.

Colleen: Well, you'll make a great father.

J.T.: As soon as he gets out of the incubator, I wanna take him back to the loft. I know it's not necessarily baby-friendly yet, but...

Colleen: Well, you know, you have a lot of time to sort that out.

J.T.: And Victoria's gonna open her eyes soon. I know how much she wants this family.

Sharon: Oh! Brad!

Brad: I really thought...

Sharon: I know, I know, I know. I... I'm so sorry.

Brad: Me, too.

Jill: So many women have entered the contest already.

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Jill: I mean, all ages.

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Jill: All walks of life.

Cane: Which makes us more than just another beauty contest.

Jill: You know, I was thinking that I would like the focus of the spring ads to be the diversity of the American woman. You know, not just what she looks like, but who she really is inside.

Cane: 'Cause what Jabot is looking for is a woman of substance.

Jill: Yeah. The only challenge, though, is how do we take on the high price point of French cosmetics while getting across that we are uniquely American?

Lily: Well, I don't know if this is a good idea, but what if you shot the spring ads in France?

Jill: In France?

Cane: You know, that could work. We could show them who we are, highlight our product, on their turf. That's a good idea.

Lily: Yeah, and for some reason I'm thinking about the, uh, the Rodin museum in--in the Hotel Biron.

Jill: Oh, that's right. I forgot, you and your mother lived in Paris for awhile.

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Cane: Tell me about the museum.

Lily: Um, it's Rodin's sculpture, and it's breathtaking and lush and the hotel's amazing-- the courtyard and the gardens?

Jill: Lily, this is so interesting. I'm definitely gonna give this some thought. Hmm. Beautiful and smart. Exactly the demographic we're trying to reach.

Kay: And... ten. And... ugh.

Amber: One more set of ten, then we have tricep curls and shoulder rotations.

Kay: Amber, my dear, I am rehabilitated. Now you just run along and do whatever it is that you do and I'm fine.

Amber: You hired me to do a job, so I'm doing it. You get one minute of rest, then the next set.

Kay: I should've hired you years ago.

Amber: That means a lot to me. And I don't expect people to forgive and forget, but if more people could be like you, then...

Kay: Well, my dear, I've had my share of bad deeds. I know exactly how it feels.

Amber: Mmm. You know, when I saw Jill with Cane earlier, she totally shut me down.

Kay: Oh, now you be careful there. You don't want to get on Jill's hit list. It's very hard to get off.

Amber: Tell me about it. I guess saving her life wasn't enough, huh?

Kay: Oh, absolutely. Present rights do not erase past wrongs. Not in Jill's world.

Amber: Yeah, I can't even imagine holding a grudge like that.

Kay: Well, most of them were against me. We got into it more times than I can count. (Chuckles) we were fighting over... who our home belonged to. And we ended up in court. And there she was in my face, screaming, and I'm not proud of this, but... I slapped her. Next thing I knew, we were rolling around on the floor and her hands were wrapped around my throat.

Amber: Oh, my God! No way!

Kay: No, it's true. No, it's true. People had to tear us apart. And to this day, she's more than willing to throw that in my face. Oh! Oh, the stories I could tell.

Amber: I'm gonna start writing 'em down.

Kay: What for?

Amber: To help you with your tell-all book. When you're ready, of course.

Kay: That's sweet. That's unnecessary, though. Oh, Jill inherited her memory from me.

Amber: Hmm.

Kay: All right. What? What?

Amber: Next set.

Sharon: Okay, what about this one?

Brad: It's good, too.

Sharon: All right. What about this one? And if you say "Good," I'm gonna scream.

Brad: Itís... fine.

Sharon: Okay. You need to talk about this. You cannot keep this bottled up inside of you.

Brad: Denial is a beautiful thing.

Sharon: Um... not for us, it isnít.

Brad: (Sighs) when I lost my unborn son in that car accident, I was devastated. So I really wanted this child to be mine. It almost... it almost feels like I lost another son. I loved him. I fought for him, and now he's gone.

Sharon: Well, I... I can understand that.

Brad: I really wanted to watch him grow up, Sharon. Love him. Do all the things a dad's supposed to do. And now I can't do any of them. But you know what? Uh... the fact is, I-I-I did it to myself. My son only existed in my mind.

Brad: You know what, Sharon? I know about death all too well. And the fact is that no one died. I blame myself.

Sharon: For what?

Brad: For not being realistic. I pride myself on being a realist. Its--its ridiculous-- it's ridiculous that I let myself think about this baby and--and his future.

Sharon: Well, what did you see?

Brad: A few days before my father was murdered, he surprised me. He told me we were going to take a trip. He was gonna take a month off of work during the summer and we were gonna follow the Cleveland Indians all over the country, go to all their games. It was just gonna be a father/son road trip. Of course, neither of us knew that he wouldn't be alive to take me. So, uh, I figured I would... make up for that trip with my own son. And my dad would be able to look down on us and smile.

Sharon: You know, you could always take that trip someday with Abby?

Brad: I love and adore my little girl, but she is more the "American Girl" than the American League.

Sharon: Well, I'm glad you told me that story. Did it help?

Brad: I feel like my heart's going to fall out of my chest.

Victor: There's so many wonderful moments to look forward to. You know, when the baby takes... a first step, says the first few words.

J.T.: The first, "Dad, can I borrow 20 bucks?"

Victor: (Laughs) I'll tell you, wait till he's asking, "Can I have the Ferrari?" Um... I got a little something for you here.

J.T.: Thank you.

Victor: And more of those when Victoria opens her eyes, all right?

J.T.: You know, we never talked about how she'll be when that happens. I mean, she's been unconscious a long time.

Victor: There's no point in talking about it, is there?

J.T.: I just want you to know I'm gonna be there for her. No matter what. I'm there for her and the baby.

Victor: I believe that, J.T. and I appreciate that. By the way, I gave her a baby name book. Did you ever look into that?

J.T.: Yeah, she, uh, she said you were trying out names. Um, Jaken, Macro, Igor?

Victor: You know I was joking, right? None of the above.

J.T.: I keep thinking I should wait for Victoria to wake up to name the baby, but I-I want my son to have a name.

Victor: Yeah, I think he should have a name. I think he would like that. That's a good idea. Take a look in that book.

Nikki: So... when did Victor tell you about the loan?

David: Neil told me about it a few days ago.

Nikki: Last night at dinner-- you almost told me about it, right?

David: Yes, but it never seemed to be the right time. Nikki, you've been so overwhelmed with everything lately, between your daughter and Victor?

Nikki: Is there anything else about this situation I don't know?

David: The issue of the loan came up several weeks ago between Neil and me. It was right after the accident, right after Victoria was hospitalized. Victor wanted to proceed. I told Neil that he should back off. And he did.

Nikki: Another thing I don't know? Great.

David: That's right. But my motives were--

Nikki: Honorable? Or so you think. Just so you know, I can't stand it when a man thinks he knows what's better for me than I do. Please don't be that man. Ever.

David: Understood. I won't be that man. I won't be that colleague. I'm sorry.

Nikki: Could you repeat that? I've never heard that statement from my husband.

David: Well, then I'll go one better. I'm very sorry. How's that?

Nikki: Apology accepted.

David: Good. Would you like to hear my analysis? I've been working on this problem for several weeks now.

Nikki: Well, it's not that complicated. Victor wants his money and he's filed for it. I owe him a whole lot of something I don't have.

David: And you pledged your company to him as collateral.

Nikki: How long do you think it will take for it to be his, instead of mine?

David: The facts aren't in issue, Nikki. You did sign the loan papers. And there's nothing in the transaction that was illegal. I'd say, as long as it takes Victor to get in front of a judge and have you served. Now of course, you could fight it, which might buy you some time.

Nikki: Yeah, but the outcome would be the same. And once the divorce is final, he'll have everything, and I'll have nothing. I can't let that happen.

David: I did tell Neil several weeks ago that if Victor called in the loan, we would go to the media.

Nikki: Yeah, we will, but after the hit he took with the drilling, I doubt that it'll be big headline news.

David: Yeah, but I still think it's worth a shot.

Nikki: Here's how we have to think-- what would Victor do?

Kay: You know, I heard something from my grandson.

Amber: You have a grandson?

Kay: Mm-hmm. Yes. I heard, uh, that you wanted to enter the faces of Jabot contest.

Amber: Ah. I might've mentioned something, but...

Kay: But you couldn't because of, um, the "No family" provision?

Amber: Oh, you know, rules are rules. Um, can I get you something to eat or--

Kay: I saw the way you were staring at Cane. And the real reason you want to win this contest is to impress him, right?

Amber: Please... love 'em or leave 'em, that's my middle name. Actually, you know, it would even be on my birth certificate, but they had a little complications.

Kay: You know, its funny-- really funny how the possibility of imminent death acts as a truth serum. Because when we were under that rubble, you told me that you loved him.

Amber: Yeah, then.

Kay: Now? I can see it in your eyes. I know exactly how you feel. Nothing cuts so deep. Nothing. Do you know all those years ago, Jill and I weren't really arguing over whose house it was. We were arguing over a man-- who just happened to be my husband at the time-- about, uh, who he loved more. I suspect it was Jill, not me. The truth-- that really hurt. It really hurt. So if you were under that rubble right now, what would you say to me about Cane?

Amber: That I could love Cane till the day I die.

Jill: Well, this has been fun, but I've gotta get back to the office.

Cane: I got it. What? You gonna deprive me of the joy of taking two beautiful women to lunch?

Jill: Sometimes, my son, you are too charming for your own good.

Lily: Yeah, I should actually get going, too.

Jill: No, the two of you can stay. And please convince her to upload her video, will you? The sooner it's online, the more people will see it.

Lily: Okay.

Jill: I'll call you.

Cane: Bye.

Lily: Well, I'm sure you have lots of work to do.

Cane: Uh, Lily, I... Lily, I think we need to talk.

Lily: Uh, okay.

Cane: About what happened in the conference room last night?

Brad: Hey, Honey.

Colleen: Hi. Hi.

Sharon: Hi.

Colleen: I'm really sorry, Dad.

Brad: Thanks, Baby. You talked to J.T., huh?

Colleen: Um, yeah, I went to the hospital looking for you.

Brad: You know what? It's okay. I mean, I knew this was a possibility. Of course, uh... Sharon thinks it would help to talk about it.

Colleen: Well, whatever works for you.

Brad: There. See how sensible she is, huh?

Sharon: Well, that didn't happen by accident.

Colleen: Um, Dad, I-I know that we've got into some good fights, but... I know that no matter what happens, you will always love me. And that baby in that incubator would be lucky to have you as a dad. I know that I am.

Brad: Thank you, Sweetheart.

J.T.: Thanks.

J.T.: (Sighs) well, I've been waiting to... I've been waiting to say this since you were kicking around inside your mom's stomach. Hey, little guy. It's me. Your dad. It's your dad.

Amber: Look at that! I left it in the dining room and it ended up in the gym's lost and found.

Kay: Well, there you go. Sit down for just a moment, would you?

Amber: When people say that, it's never to give someone good news.

Kay: I left out a-a part of my confession earlier-- a very important part. The man that Jill and I were fighting over? I drove to the airport to pick him up. And on my way home, we had a violent argument and I drove over a cliff and he died. Not right away, but, um... he left the country to get a quickie divorce from me so he could marry Jill. And she was pregnant with his child.

Amber: Oh, my God.

Kay: And I guess I could... blame my drinking on my rash behavior. I did. And I did. But the truth is, I was responsible, not them.

Amber: Yeah, but I-- I know you never meant to hurt him.

Kay: That's irrelevant. That's irrelevant. And this should really act as a fair warning to you, sweetheart. I hung onto a fantasy that someday, the man I said I would love for the rest of my life would love me again. And it doesn't work that way. It just doesn't. No matter how much you love someone, you cannot make that someone love you in return. You can't. Either they do or they don't. Cane doesn't love you, Amber. Cane does not love you. And I-I think it would be better if you accept this. Let it go.

Lily: I know what happened at my party didn't mean anything, but... then we started to get to know each other and... isn't it crazy that I used to be nervous around you?

Cane: Yeah, I know. I know.

Lily: Wait, were you nervous around me?

Cane: Me? Well, you know, coming from two different cultures... I was, uh... I was afraid I would do something that would turn you off.

Lily: Yeah, I thought the age thing turned you off, but... I guess it is just a number, right?

Cane: Yeah. It's just a number.

Lily: Yeah, I know, um... I know most girls my age are still majoring in partying, but I'm so over that.

Cane: Lily, Lily, um... I'm 31 years old. And you're 19. And, um... wanting something and acting on it are two... they're two different things. I like you so much. I-I... I like you. And, um, the problem...

Lily: What--what's-- what's the problem?

Cane: This difficult for me, you know? And I need you to... I need you to understand.

(Sighs)

Lily: Understand what? That--that you flirted with me?

Cane: I shouldn't have done it.

Lily: You wanted to kiss me.

Cane: Please don't be mad at me about this.

Lily: Don't be mad? You make me think that you like me, and I just got out of a divorce, and you took advantage of that.

Cane: I am so, so sorry.

Lily: Yeah, I'm sorry, too.

Cane: Lily, please, please, please...

Brad: I was waiting to go inside and, uh... Victor more or less asked me to leave. So I did.

Colleen: You didn't go visit the baby?

Brad: Nope.

Colleen: Well, Dad, I can go with you now if you want.

Sharon: I just spoke to J.T. at the hospital. He said that we could all go over there and see the baby if we want to.

Brad: No.

Colleen: Dad, it might be good, though.

Sharon: Just to make your peace.

Brad: Making my peace is something I'll have to do on my own.

Colleen: Tell me how I can help you.

Brad: Sweetheart, I have you and Abby. No man could hope for anymore.

J.T.: You know, before you were born? Your mom and I were trying to figure out what your name was gonna be. Of course, everybody in the family wanted to weigh in. I guess that's no big surprise, huh? But your mom's gonna win this one. Trust me, she's strong-willed and thoughtful at the same time. That's really important for a guy. I'll teach you about that someday. Yeah. Your mom came up with this name that she really liked. Reed. I liked it, too. I did. It was your Grandmother Nikki's maiden name. A reed is strong. And when the-- when the wind comes, a reed knows how to bend. (Exhales) welcome to the world, Reed Hellstrom. Welcome to the world.

(Sighs)

(Door slams)

Victor: I'm home. Which means, according to our agreement, that you shouldn't be.

Nikki: Well, I am here to see my daughter. And if you don't like it, I guess you can call the police. They already know the floor plan.

Victor: Did you bring a checkbook?

Nikki: Oh! No, I didn't. That was not at the top of my list of things to bring.

Victor: Why don't you ask the guy you run around with to bring the checkbook with space for a lot of zeros in it, okay?

Nikki: I get that you want your loan paid back. But my company will remain mine, as will my dignity, in spite of your best efforts to rid me of them.

Victor: Good luck.

Nikki: You ruined the development with your senseless drilling. And you have to pay for that. I am suing you.

Victor: You don't have the money.

Nikki: Perhaps you're not aware of this, but there is such a thing as hiring an attorney on a contingency basis. 33% of several hundred million dollars is pretty good motivation. I'm gonna go see my daughter now. See you in court.

Victor: I'm looking forward to it.

Nikki: I'm sure you are.

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

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Jack: There's a lot of good stuff here.

Sharon: If you love me, you will not make this harder.

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