Y&R Transcript Thursday 12/27/07

Y&R Transcript Thursday 12/27/07 -- Canada; Friday 12/28/07 -- U.S.A.


Provided By Eric
Proofread By Emma

Woman [sings at Indigo]: It's so nice, it's Paradise. When I'm holding you, it's so fine, every time, just being close to you, you. I'm so in love, I'm so in love with you


Neil: Very nice. Well done.

Woman: Thanks a lot.

Neil: So... what did you think?

Karen: She's--she's good.

Neil: Just good? You can do better than that.

Karen: No, no, no, I mean, you know, you're the boss.

Neil: Well, you know, Karen, I know I'm the boss, but I value your input here. I mean, I need to find someone who's gonna work here several nights a week.

Karen: No, I know.

Neil: And to do it all by myself would be' quite overwhelming. That's why you're here.

Karen: No, you've got ears. You've got ears. You can hear. Trust in them.

Neil: I got ears, yes. I know a good voice when I hear one.

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: But my taste in music isn't everyone's, you know?

Karen: Oh, well...

Neil: Oh, well? That's all you're gonna say?

Karen: Sorry.

Neil: All right. Uh, listen, can--can we try something, uh, I don't know, a little more...

Karen: More--more soulful.

Neil: Perfect. A little more soulful.

Karen: A little more sensual.

Neil: And a little--what?

Karen: More sensual.

Neil: More sensual.

Woman: Oh, okay.

Neil: All right? Take our minds off the weather.

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: I swear, if this weather doesn't let up, we're not gonna have any customers for New Year’s Eve.

Woman: All I need is every breath and sigh you whisper stay with me through the night I believe in lips on lips and your body your body close to mine.

Victor: It's not letting up, is it?

Nick: (Sighs) no, it's getting worse. A lot worse.

Victor: Victoria's maid told me you were here.

Nick: Yeah, I just wanted to check on her. Tell her to wake up and get back to normal before midnight so we could all sing "Auld Lang Syne" together.

Victor: Wouldn't that be the nicest gift of all?

Nick: You know, speaking of gifts, I heard you got a pretty big one the other day.

Victor: You heard about the lawsuit.

Nick: Who hasn't?

Victor: Hmm.

Nick: Half a billion? That's a heck of a slap. I'm surprised Mom did it.

Victor: It's outrageous. It's your mother being vindictive, that's all.

Nick: I'd say it's more reactive. You kinda pushed her into a corner and now she's fighting back.

Victor: Let me ask you something, Son. What's going on with you lately?

Nick: What do you mean?

Victor: Why do you disagree with everything I do?

Nick: Well, basically, because everything you're doing lately I think is wrong.

Kevin: The Japanese supplier is raising prices again. You know, we should just go with that Chinese filler--

Gloria: Hold on, hold on. Hold on one minute. Nothing Chinese. We had enough problems with the tainted face cream. Okay, I am back. Now would you please repeat what you just started to say?

Kevin: You know, Mom, I wish you would pay attention. There's stuff here you need to know.

Gloria: What did you just say?

Kevin: I said there was stuff here you need to know.

Gloria: Would you say that one more time because I need to hear it. The part about the handwriting. Yeah, I heard it. And I thank you very much. You have no idea how good you've made me feel. Okay, let's go.

Kevin: You're going back out in that snowstorm? Are you crazy?

Gloria: Yes, my darling, because this will not wait.

Kevin: All right, tell me, what happened? What is it?

Gloria: Jack Abbott's day of reckoning is finally here.

Jack: You look as glum as the weather.

Sharon: Well, I'm--I'm hoping this'll cheer me up. Cocoa.

Jack: The wind is really picking up now. From the upstairs bedroom, it looks like a white-out.

Sharon: Yeah. It's really--it's really pretty.

Jack: Yeah, it's pretty when you don't have anywhere you have to go. They're saying the wind tonight could turn this into blizzard conditions.

Sharon: Last night of the year. And my last night in this house.

Jack: You're certain of that?

Sharon: Yeah. Yeah, I'm gonna tell Noah today that we're moving out tomorrow.

Woman: Hold on and this world is ours we were meant to find this moment stay with me for all time.

Neil: Right? Wow. That was terrific. Really. Thanks for coming out. Um, we'll call you in a few days with the decision, okay?

Woman: Thanks.

Karen: Nice meeting you.

Woman: Thanks for the opportunity.

Karen: Uh-huh.

Neil: Absolutely.

Woman: Be careful on your way home now.

Neil: You, too.

Woman: Thanks. Bye.

Neil: Bye. So what'd you really think?

Karen: She was fine.

Neil: She was fine?

Karen: Yeah.

Neil: But not great.

Karen: Come on, what are you looking for? The next Diana Krall?

Neil: Diana Krall? Yes, that would be nice.

Karen: Yeah. Yeah. Well, good luck.

Neil: Hey, can you be specific with me and--and tell me what you didn't like about her?

Karen: Well, it's not that I didn't-- that there was something I didn't like about her.

Neil: Right.

Karen: I don't know, she just--she didn't move me. You know, it wasn't organic. Or the phrasing or something.

Neil: Right, right, I felt that. I felt that, too.

Karen: I mean, you've got a line like, "Let me deep inside the world you live in"?

Neil: Now that line-- I happen to like that line a lot.

Karen: She kind of, I don't know, it was like she phoned it in. Let me deep inside the world you live in you know?

Neil: Right.

Karen: And it's like, I don't know, let me deep inside the world you live in that's a pretty song.

Neil: Wow. Wow.

Karen: What?

Neil: Well, no, you-- you. You--you've got a-- got a voice, girl.

Karen: Me?

Neil: Yeah, you do.

Karen: Uh-huh.

Neil: I'm not kidding. Can you not just take a compliment for a second here?

Karen: Okay, thank you.

Neil: Wait a minute. How about this, can--can you please do a little bit more of that song?

Karen: No.

Neil: No?

Karen: I don't know that song.

Neil: I'll bet that you can play that piano, too.

Karen: No, and I don't play piano.

Neil: Yes, you do.

Karen: No, he plays piano. I don't play piano.

Neil: Okay.

Woman: Excuse me?

Neil: Yeah?

Dawn: Hi, I'm Dawn Stafford. I'm here for the audition.

Neil: Oh, great. Hi--hi, Dawn.

Dawn: Hi.

Neil: I'm Neil Winters. This is Karen Taylor.

Karen: Hi. Nice to meet you.

Dawn: Hi.

Neil: We're gonna be your entire audience today, so whenever you're ready...

Dawn: All right, uh, here you go.

Neil: Thanks. Résumé, huh?

Karen: Oh, she's pretty. She'll be perfect if she can sing, right?

Neil: If not, I might know someone who can.

Karen: Oh, quit.

Neil: Karen--

Karen: Stop.

Neil: I'm--okay.

Jack: You sure about this? Wouldn't you rather wait till after New Year’s to tell Noah?

Sharon: Jack, prolonging it doesn't make any sense. It doesn't make any sense to prolong the pain.

Jack: It would mean a lot to me if we could have one last evening together. One last night together as a family.

Sharon: Jack, it's too late.

Jack: Its one night. We'll light a fire. We'll have some dinner. If things calm down, we can take Noah out for a walk in the snow. And then come in and we'll celebrate the New Year, which I promise will be better than the last.

Sharon: I don't know.

Jack: Please say yes.

Nick: Look, I didn't come here to pick a fight with you.

Victor: That's hard to believe, Son, when you continuously disagree with me and take your mother's side.

Nick: I just hate this. Everybody hates this.

Victor: You came out here in this weather in order to tell me that or what?

Nick: I came up here to see my sister. And to urge you to forgive Mom, to ease up on this loan. But I have a feeling it doesn't matter what I'm gonna say to you. It's not gonna have any influence at all.

Victor: When it comes to explaining your mother's actions, no. It doesn't make any difference at all.

Nick: I-I just don't get how you can be so damn stubborn and inflexible. Victoria is sick. This should be a time when we are pulling together, not falling apart, Dad. And we've all been down that path before. It's an ugly place. Let's please not go back there. Its gonna be a new year in a couple hours. Can't you just this once make a new resolution?

Victor: And what, pray tell, would that be?

Nick: Forgiveness. Give me some hope here. I hate seeing what is happening between my parents. Let me ask you something. What if Victoria woke up tonight? Or tomorrow? You really want her to wake up to this mess? Especially when you have the power to change it right now.

Victor: (Sighs) I would like nothing more than for all this to go away. But, Son, when all has been said and done, your mother's actions... are beyond what I can justify, beyond what I can swallow. She has made her choice.

Nick: And you've made yours.

Victor: Yeah. I have.

Phyllis: Oh, thank you! Okay, here I go. Happy New Year.

Nikki: Oh!

Phyllis: Oh, hey, Nikki.

Nikki: Hi.

Phyllis: Is it worse out there?

Nikki: It is miserable.

Phyllis: Oh, God.

Nikki: How are you?

Phyllis: I'm fine. How's Victoria?

Nikki: Oh, she's the same. I haven't seen her yet today. I'm gonna drive out there as soon as I can see the roads.

Phyllis: Right.

Nikki: I just came from the hospital.

Phyllis: Hmm. Are you, uh, are you going to fortify yourself before facing Victor?

Nikki: Yeah, something like that.

Phyllis: Pretty strained, huh? I mean, Nick has filled me in.

Nikki: Oh, it's hurting more people than just Victor and me.

Phyllis: Nick feels like he's forced to take sides.

Nikki: That is one of Victor's tactics. You're either with him, or you're his enemy. That is part of his plan to win.

Phyllis: Well, it's, um, really tough on Nick. There's a big strain in their relationship. I mean, they're barely speaking. I don't know if you knew that.

Nikki: No. I didn't realize it was that bad.

Phyllis: I'm sure it's hard to step back and see the collateral damage.

Nikki: Are you in a rush? Would you like to join me for a cup of tea?

Sharon: All right. I'll wait until tomorrow to tell Noah.

Jack: Thank you. Thank you. That's great.

Sharon: I don't know about this stroll through the blizzard you mentioned, though.

Jack: Well, we'll leave our options open.

(Doorbell rings)

Sharon: Um, who could that be? I wonder if maybe somebody's car broke down. Oh.

Gloria: (Shivering) oh, well, the results are in! And you ain't worming your way out of this one.

Jack: Why, its little Nell, lost in the storm. What do you want, Gloria?

Gloria: The letter that John wrote is authentic. I just got the call. It's been proven. It is his handwriting. And the analyst stands by it.

Jack: For every analyst who says it's authentic, I'll find one who says it ain't.

Gloria: Sure! You can pay 'em off. But not this guy. He's a leading expert, Jack, and it will stand up in court!

Jack: I realize you're on a roll here, Gloria. This is New Year’s Eve, after all. Perhaps we could table this till, say, 2008, when you're a little less hysterical?

Gloria: Hysterical? I'm ecstatic, Jack. Because now I know your father never meant to cut me out of his will. And your father never stopped loving me. But you-- his own flesh and blood-- you took advantage of him when he was sick and he was dying. You are despicable, and you deserve every single thing that's coming at you.

Jack: It's time for you to leave, Gloria.

Gloria: What goes around comes around, Jack. I just hope you're ready for it.

Jack: I'm ready for you to leave. You are no longer welcome in this home.

Gloria: Oh, this home? This home is as cold as your heart. And listen, Jack, it's empty, just like you. No job. No family. He always ends up alone, Sharon. Take my advice, you get out while you can. Because he breaks everything he touches.

Jack: Save the dramatics for people who really care, Gloria. Get out of here before I throw you out physically.

Gloria: Oh! Happy New Year, Jack.

(Door slams)

Jack: I'm sorry you had to see that.

Sharon: Me, too.

Phyllis: Listen, I don't think it's too late to undo the damage already done.

Nikki: Well, I don't know if I believe that.

Phyllis: Well, I kind of think you have to, Nikki. Otherwise, Nick and his father will never have a relationship again.

Nikki: Somehow I think you're talking about more than just them.

Phyllis: Yeah, I am. I think it's gonna create a rift between Victor and Noah, and then eventually, Summer, too.

Nikki: I don't want Victoria to wake up to that.

Phyllis: Yeah, a family in shreds is no family at all.

Nikki: Oh, I wonder if I can salvage anything at this point. The odds are against me.

Phyllis: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. The odds were against Victoria giving birth to a healthy baby, and we have Reed now.

Nikki: Yeah.

Phyllis: And the odds were against Victoria surviving that birth, and she's still with us. So I mean, Nikki, honestly, for that baby, for Victoria, for Nick, for the entire family, I really-- I think you have to give it a try.

Jack: Believe me, I wouldn't have insisted you come out in this weather if I didn't think it was vitally important. I have to find a way to stop Gloria from getting her hands on Dad's inheritance. Especially now that she claims they have proof that that's his handwriting.

Man: You're in deep.

Jack: Yeah, tell me about it. I need you to tell me how to dig myself out.

Man: I could tie up the suit in court for awhile.

Jack: That sounds temporary. That's not the answer I'm looking for.

Man: Listen, Jack, eventually you'll have to pay. I advise you take care of it now.

Jack: The idea of that shrew getting one dime of my father's money makes me nauseous. There's got to be some way to stop her-- some legal way to keep her away from his money.

Sharon: Jack, if this what you father wanted, then why do you have to fight it? John loved Gloria. The letter proves that. Can't you just respect what your father wanted?

Jack: Sleep on it. Give me a brilliant idea tomorrow? Sorry you had to come out in this mess. Safe driving home.

Man: Happy New Year to you both.

Jack: Happy New Year.

Sharon: Please drive safely.

Jack: Dad's love for Gloria was misguided. He was lonely. She took advantage of him.

Sharon: And then, you turned around and you took advantage of his state, too. So where does it end, Jack?

Jack: It ends when things are set right.

Sharon: As you see them? I mean, you dragged this poor guy out here on New Year’s Eve, in a miserable snowstorm no less, because of your desperate attempt to stop Gloria and to keep reaching for what you think is right, even if it's dead wrong.

Jack: What do you want me to do, Sharon?

Sharon: Well, you could just abide by John's wishes, his will. Give Gloria the money that's rightfully due her. Stop making justifications for hurting people.

Victor: I know J.T. has told you about your little boy. He's getting stronger and heavier every day. To survive in this world, having an instinct to fight is good sometimes. That's how your dad became very successful. But then, in personal relationships, it's not so good. I just want you to know that your mother and I have reached an impasse. She's done certain things that are hard to... hard to forgive, you know? But I love you and I love your little boy. I will do everything in my power to protect you. To protect your little boy. And I will always be... a father to you all. My baby. My beautiful baby.

Jack: Hey. Where are you going?

Sharon: Um, I have some errands to run.

Jack: In this blizzard?

Sharon: Well, you know, I mean, I gotta get out of here, Jack. At least for a little while.

Jack: Okay, look, obviously, we have to talk about this. If this is about Gloria--

Sharon: No, I don't wanna-- I don't wanna talk about Gloria anymore. I'm done with that. Noah and I are moving out of here tomorrow. I have to go and make some arrangements for that. Don't worry about me driving out in the snow. I'm a big girl. I'm sure I'll be fine.

Jack: Please drive carefully! Call me if-- call me.

Nick's voice: Hey, it's Nick.

Phyllis' voice: And Phyllis.

Both: And Summer.

Nick's voice: Leave a message.

Phyllis' voice: We'll call you back.

Nikki: Hello. All right, I guess you don't have to speak to me. But you can listen. Victor, what are we doing? This is insane. How--how did get to this point? I mean, we're--we're acting... this is crazy. I-I think we're acting like this because we're so hurt. But we need to stop. All right, please, I am begging you, for the sake of our family, please, let's try to find a common ground, please.

Nick: Dude, what are you doing out here?

Noah: Freezing.

Nick: Yeah, I can see that. Get in here. Come on.

Noah: Man! It is really snowing out.

Nick: Yeah, I can see that.

Noah: Whoa.

Nick: So, uh, you came out here on your own? That's not smart.

Noah: Uh, well, I went over to Sam's house and we convinced his brother to give me a ride here.

Nick: Does your mother know?

Noah: No.

Nick: How about Jack?

Noah: Nope.

Nick: So, uh... right. They must really be worried. That's not good. You cold? Huh?

Noah: Yeah.

Nick: Yeah. Is that better?

Noah: Yes.

Nick: All right. So do you wanna talk about something?

Noah: Yeah.

Nick: Must be important for you to come out here on your own.

Noah: Mom's leaving Jack.

Nick: How'd you know that?

Noah: I overheard them talking. I'm sick of Mom moving again and again. I wanna stay here with you from now on.

Karen: All I need is every breath and sigh you whisper stay with me through the night I believe in lips on lips and your body close to mine this I wish for all time oh, hey. Um, so that was it? That was the last one? I-I liked the last one best.

Neil: There's still one more.

Karen: Oh, really?

Neil: Yeah. I'm looking dead at her.

Karen: Oh, no. No, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, you are not roping me into this.

Neil: Karen Taylor, you lied to me.

Karen: No. No.

Neil: You did. No, you can play the piano.

Karen: I cannot. That's not playing the piano.

Neil: And what you sang earlier coupled with what you sang just now, absolutely beautiful. I think you have a shot.

Karen: No.

Neil: I think you have a shot.

Karen: Come on, Neil. I was just fooling around. I can't play. I don't sing.

Neil: Karen, it's my club. And I can hire who I want. Besides, I've gotta hire someone who's, uh... what did you say? Organic and soulful, right?

Karen: Mmm. Well, in that case, you probably can't afford me. How about that?

Neil: Oh, I think we can kind of work out a deal.

Karen: Mnh-mnh.

Sharon: Hey, you guys.

Neil: Hi.

Karen: Hi.

Sharon: Um, got half a sec?

Karen: You know what? I'm just gonna-- I'm gonna take this stuff into the office, okay?

Neil: Yeah, sure.

Karen: See ya.

Neil: All right, Karen. Thanks. Yeah. Is something wrong? What's up? Take a seat. Come here.

Sharon: Okay. Um... I just-- I need a friend who can be objective.

Neil: Yeah. Well, I'll certainly try to be.

Sharon: I'm leaving Jack tomorrow. But I'm scared about how this is going to affect Noah.

Noah: So... whenever I'm in the room, Mom and Jack always know what to say, and when I'm not, they don't talk at all.

Nick: I see.

Noah: They don't think I notice, but I do. She doesn't hold his hand anymore. They don't kiss each other good night. It's like they're afraid to touch.

Nick: Sounds uncomfortable.

Noah: Yeah. Mom's so unhappy. Nothing I can do can cheer her up.

Nick: You know what, man? I am going through the same thing right now.

Noah: You are?

Nick: Yeah. My parents-- they fight all the time. And I hate it. I wish there was something I could do to stop 'em, but I can't. It's kinda like you. You know, you can't make things better between Jack and your mother. But I just have to remember that my parents love me, no matter what's going on. And it's the same thing for you. I mean, you gotta know that you're the most loved kid on the planet, right?

Noah: If that's true, why does it feel so bad?

Nick: It's 'cause you love 'em so much. And you just wanna see 'em happy.

Noah: It's my fault.

Nick: Whoa! Whoa! What? Where'd you get that?

Noah: Well, you and Mom split, and now Mom and Jack.

Nick: No, no, no. Dude, that is not your fault, all right? You can't blame yourself for the problems that adults create for themselves.

Nick: It's just, when you get older, man, life gets so much more complicated.

Noah: Did you like snow when you were my age?

Nick: Did I like the snow? Dude, I was like a snow wizard. You should've seen this fort I built once in this snowdrift. It was like my own igloo. Man, it was so awesome.

Noah: Really?

Nick: Yeah. I felt so safe in there, you know? I hated it when it melted. But you can't just hide from things all the time. Okay?

Noah: Okay.

Nick: So I think we should call your mom and let her know what's going on. What do you say?

Noah: Okay.

Nick: All right, let's do it.

Sharon: Hello?

Nick: Uh, hey, Sharon, it's Nick. Uh, don't freak out, but Noah went on a little, um, snowy adventure and he's out here with me now.

Sharon: What? What happened?

Nick: It--it's, uh, it's a long story. I'll--I'll fill you in later.

Noah: I'm fine, Mom.

Nick: Did you, uh, did you hear that?

Sharon: Does Jack know about this?

Nick: I don't think so.

Sharon: All right, um, I'm on my way. I'll be there in a few minutes.

Nick: Don't feel like you have to rush. We've got cocoa and marshmallows. We're good here.

Neil: What? Sharon, what's going on?

Sharon: Noah ran off. He's at Nick's. So much for wondering about impact.

Neil: Wow. In this snow, huh? Well, he's confused. I mean, have you-- have you already talked to him about moving out?

Sharon: No. But obviously he senses something.

Neil: You know what you gotta do? You gotta make a decision, right? Make a decision and stand by it. That's all.

Sharon: I know. You're right. Thanks.

Neil: Sure. Last bit of advice? I happen to like you and Jack together a lot. He's a good man. You're a good woman. You and Noah might be the best thing that ever happened to him. And that kind of love... could really change a man.

Jack: Noah? Are you here, Buddy?

[Jack calls Sharon]

Sharon: Hello?

Jack: Sharon, it's me. Uh, is Noah with you? I can't seem to find him anywhere. His parka's missing.

Sharon: Um, it's okay. Its okay, Jack. Listen, Nick just called me. He's at Nick's and I'm on my way there to get him right now. What happened? Did you two have a fight or something? What made him run away?

Jack: I have no idea. I went up to check on him right after you left and he was gone. Maybe he overheard us.

Sharon: I'll be home with him soon.

Nick: He's upstairs, playing with Summer.

Sharon: Oh. You know, it was all I could do to just stay on the road. I mean, with the snow, the storm and my nerves lately. Everything is just really getting to me.

Nick: You know, we got a real savvy kid, right?

Sharon: He knows that I'm leaving Jack?

Nick: Yeah. He's pretty bummed. He blames himself.

Sharon: Oh, God! You know, I-I... I-I can mess up my own life, that's fine. But the last thing that I wanna do is mess up his.

Nick: So it's a sure thing? You're gonna leave Jack?

Noah: Just say it, Mom. Tell him the truth. Go ahead.

Victor: You're living in a fantasy if you think there's anything left between us. Whatever good there was, you destroyed beyond recognition.

Nikki: Like how you destroyed my picture?

Victor: The woman in that picture I fell in love with. That's all gone now. I don't know how the hell I ever had those feelings for you, considering how you've betrayed me.

Nikki: Oh, God!

Victor: What?

Nikki: I'm suddenly sadder than I've ever been in my life.

Woman: Here you go, Mrs. Newman.

Phyllis: Thank you.

Man: And the mayor has declared a state of emergency, warning people to stay off the streets unless it's a dire situation. The blizzard is expected to hit with full fury at about 9:00 this evening.

Phyllis: Oh, no!

Sharon: Jack and I have been having problems for a little while.

Noah: Why can't you work it out?

Sharon: Um... I think this is a conversation that we should have at home, with Jack.

Noah: I love Jack.

Sharon: I know you do, Honey. And he loves you, too, so much.

Noah: Do you love him?

Sharon: Yes, of course I do.

Noah: Then why can't you live with him? Is it the same reason you couldn't live with Dad?

Nick: Hey, Dude, why don't you, uh, why don't you take those mugs in the kitchen. And then when you come out, we'll pack you up and send you home with your mother.

Noah: Fine.

Sharon: I'm so sorry that you have to be here for this and go through this with us.

Nick: Hey, that's my kid, too. And we're all in this together. And for what it's worth, I know how much Jack loves you. I saw it first hand when we were trapped together.

Sharon: I know. When I thought that I might not ever see him again, of course, I was-- I was devastated, but I can't just keep living like this. I mean, lie after lie after lie? I mean, this marriage has just become--it's exhausting.

[Nick’s cell phone rings]

Phyllis: I'm stuck. Literally. In the parking lot at the Athletic Club. At least, the car is.

Nick: You want me to come get you?

Phyllis: No, no, it's okay. The same thing will happen to you. The mayor declared it a state of emergency. Can you believe that?

Nick: Well, Sharon's here. She's picking up Noah. It's a long story. I'll fill you in later. But keep me posted on your status, okay?

Phyllis: Yeah, I'll see you soon. I love you.

Nick: Okay. I love you. Okay, I don't think you should try and leave right now. The roads are worse than we think. Phyllis said they declared a state of emergency.

Sharon: Um, well, we have to go home.

Noah: No, we don't.

Nick: You know what? Yeah, why don't you just wait around for a little bit. There might be a break in the weather.

Nikki: (Sighs)

Nikki: I had hoped that we could... talk this through, but I forgot that that really means me agreeing with you and letting you win. And that's what makes me sad. Because it just becomes, "I'm hurt," "No, I'm hurt," "You started it," "No, you started it." It just is a pathetic way for us to end things, I think.

Victor: Obviously, part of me wishes that we could... go back to what we once had. But we can't recapture it now.

Nikki: No, I guess not. And on that note, may I be the first to wish you a Happy New Year.

Victor: Yeah, Happy New Year.

Nikki: And, Victor, I really do hope that... in this coming year, you'll be able to find whatever it is that will bring you peace. Good-bye.

Victor: Wait a minute. You're not going out in this.

Nikki: Victor, I'm just going to Sharon's. It's not--its right--

Victor: No.

Nikki: It's right here.

Victor: You're not going out in this weather. You're gonna stay here.

(Cell phone ringing)

Jack: Hey, Sharon. Is it still bad there?

Sharon: Yeah, it's worse.

Jack: Yeah, here, too.

Sharon: Some new year's eve, huh? I guess we'll just have to stay here until there's a break or something.

Jack: I'm here, and I'll be here, waiting for you both.

Sharon: Bye.

Jack: Dad? Where are you now? You keep showing up, but never when I need you the most.

(Doorbell rings)

Jack: Who the hell?

Ashley: Hey, Jack. Whoo! What a mess! I miss L.A. already. Whoo!

Jack: I don't believe this.

Ashley: Yeah, me either. My plane was the last one to land. And I had to tip the limo driver a lot for him to bring me out here.

Jack: What-- what are you doing here?

Ashley: I fly through a blizzard to check up on my brother, and that's the best you can do? Jackie! I'm home!

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

Jack: Ash, something I have done is about to come out. It's gonna affect a lot of people in a bad way.

Phyllis: I hope this little plan of yours blows up in your face.

Victor: You get rid of this David Chow fellow, and I'll forgive you your debt.

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