Y&R Transcript Thursday 1/15/09 -- Canada; Friday 1/16/09 -- U.S.A.
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Cane: So I filled the accountant position.
Jill: Good, good. I also heard that you've been interviewing for the R&D slot.
Cane: Yeah, you know me-- Cane Ashby, man of action.
Jill: I am so glad to have you back at Chancellor. You know, you're the only person I truly trust.
Cane: Yeah, well, I bet there's gonna be days when you'll wish you didn't put my office as close to yours, though.
Jill: Hey, I know you have opinions of your own.
Cane: Which used to bother you.
Jill: Yeah, it did when you were learning, but now it's not so important that we agree as that we're really honest with one another.
Cane: Okay, and what about if we butt heads?
Jill: You mean when we butt heads?
Jill: Oh, Honey, whether it's personal or business, it's never gonna change the way I feel about you.
Jill: Oh, Cane, I wish that Katherine and I had been able to talk this way.
Chloe: Damn, I am good.
Esther: (Chuckles) Oh, Honey, it was so sweet of Cane to drop you off so we can spend some time together, but I wasn't expecting a makeover.
Chloe: No, no, no. This is not a makeover. We are just highlighting your best features.
Esther: (Laughs) I didn't know I had any.
Chloe: Are you kidding? I know models that would kill for your bone structure and that big, beautiful smile, those big, beautiful eyes.
Chloe: Here, don't take my word for it. Look yourself.
Esther: Ooh. Where did you learn how to do all this?
Chloe: Oh, well, you know, I read a lot of fashion magazines and lots of practice in front of the mirror.
Esther: Oh, Honey, that's something we should have done together.
Chloe: Hey, hey, no guilt-free zone over here, all right?
Esther: You know, it's just at the time, I thought that boarding school was really the right thing.
Chloe: Mom, I get it. I get it, all right? Now that I'm having a child of my own, I understand that it's not all about me, and sometimes we have really difficult choices to make.
Esther: Oh, Honey.
Chloe: No, no, no, no, no. Do not mess up my good work. Stop it.
Esther: Oh, okay.
Chloe: Stop it. I have one more thing for you, though.
Esther: Oh, what's that?
Chloe: It's a little birthday present for the birthday girl.
Esther: (Gasps) Fenmore's, oh.
Esther: (Gasps) Oh! Honey, this is gorgeous, but it's way too fancy to wear to dinner with just you and Cane.
Chloe: No? Well, that brings me to... (Singsong voice) Your third birthday surprise... (Normal voice) Roger!
Chloe: And I don't mean the rabbit.
Esther: Who's Roger?
Chloe: He is an accountant that Cane has hired over at, uh, Chancellor Industries, and he's gonna be your date tonight. He is really nice, has a goofy sense of humor, but I think that you'll like that sort of thing.
Roger: Waiting... (Sighs) For confirmation. Will keep you posted.
Esther: Oh, no, no. Sweetie, a date? No.
Chloe: Don't worry about it. Cane and I are going to be there, too. Come on, won't it be nice for someone to take you out for a change? What do you say?
Nikki: Hi, Gina.
Gina: Hi, Honey.
Nikki: Look, um, I'm gonna have to change my reservation to one.
Gina: Oh, Paul can't make it?
Nikki: He's working on a case, so I'm gonna hit the gym and try to get a bite to eat and then sleep.
Gina: A lot on your mind lately.
Nikki: Well, mostly Katherine.
Gina: Me, too.
Nikki: Do you know that imposter that Jill had arrested came to see me?
Gina: The--the one in the newspaper, that Marge, what, Catrooke or--
Nikki: C-can you imagine that she would have the nerve to come see me, thinking she can trick everybody again? And what's worse, just seeing her makes me miss Katherine all the more.
Gina: Oh, Honey.
Kay: Well, your meat loaf's coming up. Oh, you got it already.
Murphy: I just had pie.
Kay: Well, going to your Rotary Club meeting, you need a decent meal.
Murphy: Hey, I'm the one that's supposed to be taking care of you.
Kay: No, we're both taking care of each other.
Pearl: I just heard the cook tell the busboy that Joe Jr.'s on his way in.
Kay: Oh, he knows I'm back?
Pearl: Yeah, and he's steamed, what, with you not showin' up for the last couple of weeks.
Murphy: Ah, I left a message for Joe Jr. that you were sick. Just apologize and say it won't happen again.
Kay: Do you think that's enough?
Murphy: Why wouldn't it be?
Kay: I don't know. I haven't had much luck convincing people lately.
Murphy: Well, you'll figure out a way to get through to them.
Kay: You think so, do you?
Murphy: If anyone can, you can.
Kay: You want to know something, Murphy? You make me believe I can do anything.
Daniel: What are you doing? Where you going?
Amber: I am going to make Kevin tell me where Mrs. C. is.
Daniel: (Sighs) Amber, we don't even know if that woman that was in here the other day was Mrs. Chancellor.
Amber: It looked exactly like her.
Daniel: You saw her for a second.
Amber: You didn't see her at all.
Daniel: Okay, you know what? There's a reason why Kevin hasn't returned any of your phone calls.
Amber: (Sighs) Because I accused him of being a murderer.
Daniel: Yeah, that won't sway a guy to do you any favors.
Amber: But I finally believe him.
Daniel: Oh. Oh, really? I think it's a little late for that, and if you storm in there in the mood you're in right now, its not--
Amber: I don't care. It's cruel for him not to tell me where she is when he knows how much I want to see her.
Daniel: I know. I know, okay? And that's why I'm gonna talk to him... alone.
Amber: But I think that--
Daniel: No, no, no, no, no. No butts. Alone. You stay here.
Jana: Sorry, we're closing early for inventory.
Kevin: That means you, too, Daniel.
Daniel: Yeah, I know. Look, uh, I just want to say that I'm sorry for what happened yesterday.
Kevin: Your girlfriend called the cops on me, Dude.
Daniel: Yeah, I know, and it--it wasn't cool.
Kevin: You stuck up for her.
Daniel: Come on, Dude. You wouldn't have done the same for Jana? Look, I-I-I think I have a way that we might be able to fix all this, though.
Daniel: That, uh, woman that was in here that looked like Mrs. Chancellor, I want you to tell me where she is so Amber can go talk to her.
Chloe: Look, you're not upset, are you?
Esther: I haven't had a date since they shot J.R.
Chloe: (Scoffs) Mom, it's like riding a bike.
Esther: I gave up riding bikes. Too many nasty spills.
Chloe: Bad choice of metaphors.
Esther: Honey, I-if you only would give me more notice. You know, I might--
Chloe: Mom, it was a very spur-of-the-moment thing. Cane was sitting there having a meeting with this guy, and he didn't have a ring on. Hmm.
Esther: Oh, so you decided to play cupid.
Chloe: Honestly, you've been so upset since Mrs. Chancellor's passed away. The only time I ever see you happy is when we're talking about the baby.
Esther: Oh, Honey, I'm excited. I'm gonna be a grandma!
Chloe: I know, I know, but, you know, you-- you can't devote your entire life to your family. You deserve to have something of your own.
Esther: Oh, Honey, I'm perfectly content.
Chloe: Wouldn't it be nice to have someone take you out on a date or maybe out to a movie?
Esther: I don't know. I always mess it up with men. I always screw it up. I--
Chloe: How about you just meet him? You meet him, and if he's a creep, then you never have to see him again, but if he's great and you guys click...
Esther: Oh, it has been so long since I've been interested in anyone. It's--
Chloe: So is that a yes? Yes.
Esther: Oh, gosh. Oh, no.
Chloe: Yes? Great, okay. Well, then you go put your dress on, and I'm gonna call him and tell him that you're on your way. Come on.
Chloe: Do it. Hot mama.
Esther: Oh, gosh. Are you sure?
Chloe: Yep, I'm sure. Go.
Esther: Oh, my goodness.
Chloe: Hi, Roger. This is Chloe Ashby. Yep, she is just, uh, putting on her final touches, and we will be there shortly.
Roger: I'm looking forward to it.
Roger: It's a go.
Gina: So, Jill, how are you holding up?
Gina: I just spoke with Nikki about that terrible woman Marge.
Jill: That, um, that's not a subject I care to discuss.
Gina: I'm sorry. So will you be, um, staying for dinner?
Cane: Uh, Esther's birthday dinner is tonight.
Jill: I'll be dining alone.
Gina: Okay. I'll get you a waiter.
Cane: Why don't you come?
Cane: It's just-- it's me. It's Chloe. It's Esther and a date.
Jill: Esther and a date?
Cane: Yeah. Chloe set it up.
Jill: Well, now as tempting as it would be to be a fifth wheel on that particular wagon, I think I'll pass.
Cane: (Laughs) Are you sure?
Jill: Yeah, I think the best present I could give Esther is if I don't show up.
Jill: I did get her a gift, though, you know. It's--it's at the house.
Cane: I'm sure she will love it, uh, after I revive her with the smelling salts.
Jill: I had to get her something. Your grandmother would have come back to haunt me.
Daniel: Look, I'm not disagreeing with you. What Amber did was absolutely unacceptable.
Kevin: Out of control.
Jana: She betrayed us, Daniel.
Daniel: (Sighs) I know, and that's why I'm not sticking up for her. I mean, if I were you guys, I'd be pissed off, too.
Kevin: So why are you here then, pleading her case?
Daniel: I thought maybe you'd like to be the bigger man.
Kevin: And tell you where Mrs. Chancellor's been hanging out.
Daniel: Yeah, you know, so she can get a look at her up close.
Jana: Well, what if she decides it's not even her?
Kevin: Yeah, and then she goes back to saying that I'm a killer and thinking that this was some elaborate hoax just to get her off my back.
Daniel: No, no, it's not gonna happen.
Kevin: Well, it better not, 'cause I'm over this.
Daniel: Yeah, I-I promise.
Kevin: Well, you can't promise.
Amber: I can.
Daniel: Di--no, huh?
Amber: (Sighs) Look, I can't hide behind Daniel. I owe you an apology.
Kevin: Oh, wow, wow, now that she needs something.
Jana: Yeah, I don't think you realize how much you've hurt us.
Amber: Look, I know how much I messed up our friendship, and I know it's not something I can fix with an "I'm sorry," but I am begging you, please tell me where I can find Mrs. C.
Kevin: Give me one reason why I should.
Amber: Because maybe between the two of us, we can give her back her life, hmm?
Kay: There you go, Millie. Glad to see you watching your cholesterol just like the doctor told you to. All right, you, hadn't you, uh, better get going?
Murphy: Oh, not until Joe Jr. gets here. You might need some backup.
Joe Jr.: Oh, well, looky who decided to grace us with her presence, Lady Catrooke.
Kay: Uh, I'm glad to be back.
Joe Jr.: Well, what-- what do you think, this is some kind of vacation villa, you can just check in and out any time you please?
Pearl: Nobody'd ever mistake this place for no vacation villa.
Murphy: Come on, Joe Jr. she was sick.
Joe Jr.: I warned you the last time you pulled this I'd fire you if you did it again.
Kay: Well, I deeply regret that I have inconvenienced you in any way, but if I could have been here, I... would have been here.
Joe Jr.: Could-a, would-a, should-A. Who cares, okay? I-I still was short a waitress, damn it. I got a business to run here.
Kay: Well, I-I-I understand that, Joe. I understand that.
Joe Jr.: Good, then you'll also understand why I need you to turn in your waitress uniform.
Joe Jr.: What? I'm canning you, Marge. You're fired.
Roger: Chloe, nice to see you again.
Chloe: It's so great to see you. Roger Wilkes, this is my mother, Esther Valentine.
Roger: What a pretty name.
Esther: Thank you. Excuse me. You'll have to forgive me. I'm a little nervous.
Roger: Oh, what a relief. I am, too. I feel like a teenager about to ask the popular girl to the prom.
Roger: Uh, our table's over here.
Esther: Oh, look at the flowers. They're beautiful, Chloe. You shouldn't have.
Chloe: Oh, I-I didn’t.
Roger: They're from me in honor of your--your birthday.
Esther: They're lovely. So will your husband be joining us?
Chloe: Oh, thank you. Uh, yes, yes. He is on his way. He'll be here shortly.
Roger: All right. Oh! (Laughs) I'm sorry.
Esther: I'm sorry. Excuse me.
Esther: Thank you.
Cane: Are you sure you don't want to come?
Jill: I couldn't possibly be more sure.
Cane: (Laughs) All right.
Jill: All right.
Cane: Uh, bye, Mom.
Jill: Have a good night.
Cane: You, too, Sweetie.
Jill: (Kissing sound)
Cane: I love you.
Jill: Love you.
Gina: Oh, Cane.
Cane: Hey, Gina.
Gina: Listen, I am so sorry. I didn't mean to upset your mom.
Cane: No, no, it's not your fault. She just, you know, she-- she doesn't like to talk about that wack job Marge. That's it.
Gina: It just still makes me sick to my stomach what he was able to do to us.
Gina: You don't know the whole story?
Gina: Well, I was the lucky woman who was married to the man who masterminded Marge’s scheme.
Cane: Oh, the kidnapping.
Gina: His name was, um, Clint Radison, and he and Marge and another couple-- Shirley and Robert-- worked together. You know that woman didn't turn him in until the very end?
Cane: Did you know what he was up to?
Gina: Well, of course not. I didn't know anything until the police arrested him.
Cane: Oh, you poor thing. You must have been devastated.
Gina: It was the darkest time of my life. But guess what? I survived it.
Cane: Hey, Nikki.
Cane: All right, Gina, I gotta run. You take care of yourself, okay?
Nikki: Is my table ready?
Gina: Absolutely, except we've had an awful lot of reservations this evening, and I don't think you're gonna like this one.
Nikki: Oh, no, any table's fine... um, except for this one.
Jill: Well, feel free to dine somewhere else.
Nikki: On second thought, Gina, this table's just fine.
Joe Jr.: Hey, Marge, I thought I told you to scram.
Kay: (Sighs) Now you listen to me, young man. Pearl and I are the best two waitresses you have ever had, and don't you ever forget it.
Joe Jr.: Oh, is that true?
Kay: Uh-huh, and you get rid of me, you're gonna be working night and day trying to take up the slack.
Joe Jr.: Well, you don't think I can find another waitress?
Kay: Oh, Pearl told me you tried two of them. They couldn't keep up. Besides, who's gonna remember that, uh, Jake over there has to have medication after he eats, and Bob--he's trying to kick the caffeine habit, and when he doesn't want decaf, I give it to him anyway, and little Dave over there with his mother-- you give that kid an extra dollop of whipped cream, and my God, you are rewarded with a smile that'll warm your heart for the rest of your life.
Joe Jr.: Yeah, but if I can't depend on you--
Kay: I know my behavior has been erratic. Yes, I understand that, but that doesn't mean that I don't care for this job or you or the best darn bunch of customers a waitress ever had. Face it. I'm irreplaceable.
Joe Jr.: Boy, y-you-- you sure like to hear yourself talk. You know that? I just-- pipe down, and just get back to work.
Amber: I don't know what else I can say to make it up to you.
Kevin: Well, just save your breath.
Amber: Look, you're still mad at me, fine, but Mrs. C. needs us, Kevin, both of us.
Jana: Well, you know, no one would fight harder for Mrs. C. than Amber. I'm sorry. It's true.
Kevin: Do not make me regret this.
Amber: Thank you. Thank you so much.
Daniel: I will take that.
Amber: Okay, let's go. Come on.
Daniel: Yeah, yeah, yeah, just hang on one second. We need to have a little chat first.
Amber: About what?
Daniel: I know how desperately you want this to be Mrs. Chancellor, all right? But I think you need to be prepared in case you're wrong.
Amber: I'm not.
Daniel: Her own daughter didn't recognize her.
Kevin: I think it was just too much for Jill to handle.
Daniel: I think maybe the two of you were just seeing what you wanted to see.
Amber: Why are we wasting time arguing about this?
Daniel: Because I read about this Marge woman in the paper, all right? She's--she's a con artist. I mean, this--this is what she does. She gets close to people. She has fooled people that were close to Mrs. Chancellor before, all right? And she--and she hangs out with a tough crowd, too.
Amber: What's your point?
Daniel: My point is we need to be careful.
Amber: Okay, we'll be careful.
Daniel: Yeah, we'll be careful. You can't just run in there and throw your arms around this woman, all right? You gotta--I-I don't know. What--see if she recognizes you.
Jana: Well, what is that gonna prove? Amber's face is already on the back of Mrs. Chancellor's book, and she's seen Amber in here.
Daniel: Yeah. Yeah, she has. She saw her in here when she was all dressed up, and Amber on the back of the book was all glammed, dolled up, as well, and right now, Amber isn't even wearing a little bit of makeup.
Amber: I'll wear glasses, hmm?
Daniel: If this doesn't turn out the way that you're hoping it does, it's done, all right? This--this is finished. It's the end of it. There's gonna be no more conspiracy theories. There's gonna be no more accusing our friends of murder, and you're gonna stop praying and hoping that some dead friend of yours is alive when she's not, because I can't really take what this is doing to you anymore.
Amber: What is it doing to me?
Daniel: You haven't touched your designs for weeks. I lay next to you at night, and you cry yourself to sleep. I mean, do you think that's what Mrs. Chancellor would have wanted?
Daniel: You ready?
Amber: Let's go.
Daniel: (Mouthing words)
Cane: You look absolutely beautiful.
Esther: Thank you. Thanks to my stylist here.
Cane: So, uh, Roger, I'm glad you could join us. What have I missed?
Chloe: Oh, not much. We just ordered some drinks. Mother's drinking champagne.
Esther: Only one glass. I'm a lightweight.
Chloe: (Laughs) And, uh, well, we're having milk, and Rog here is a, uh, beer man.
Cane: Okay. Um, I'll get a club soda.
Cane: So how's the big date going?
Chloe: Well, you see that, uh, smile on my mom's face?
Chloe: Oh, she's not just being polite.
Nikki: Thank you. So I have something to tell you.
Jill: I knew the peace and quiet couldn't last.
Nikki: All right, I don't want to talk to you, either, but I think you should know that that horrible woman came to see me.
Jill: What horrible woman? Marge? God, has she no shame?
Nikki: She tried to suck me into believing that she was Katherine, and for a moment, I actually thought she was.
Jill: I know. I did, too. I walked in, and I saw her standing there, and I thought, thank God. Thank God Katherine’s back, and I took her in my arms, and I... well, I just let the situation get the better of me. That's all. Then--then I realized that the pieces didn't fit and that I'd been had, and I will never forgive her for that.
Kevin: (Sighs) Well, I guess we should start inventory.
Jana: You've barely said a word since Amber and Daniel left. Are you feeling sorry that you gave them that information?
Kevin: No. No, I'm glad somebody else is gonna be helping Mrs. Chancellor.
Jana: Well, then why do you seem so upset?
Kevin: It's just some of that stuff Daniel was saying to Amber kind of got to me a little.
Jana: What, now you don't believe it's Mrs. C.?
Kevin: I'm just saying he has a point. You know, it's weird that Jill didn't recognize her own mother. You know, and this Marge person has pulled this imposter routine before.
Jana: But Mrs. Chancellor knew that she left the money here.
Kevin: What if Marge or someone she was working for followed Mrs. Chancellor that night, saw her leave the money here, then drove her off the road, huh? It could be, like, this whole elaborate scheme to get me to think she's still alive.
Jana: Do you realize you sound exactly like Amber right now?
Jana: Positively mental.
Kevin: Well, it could have happened that way. They said the "Titanic" wouldn't sink.
Jana: Are you seriously doubting yourself, or are you just unnerved because you gave away a load of money to help out Mrs. Chancellor, and now hardly anyone believes it's her?
Kevin: I still think its Mrs. Chancellor. I do. I just-- it would be nice to have some sort of confirmation, you know?
Jana: (Sighs) Well, I wish I could help you.
Kevin: Hey, maybe you can.
Kevin: By contacting Mrs. Chancellor.
Jana: You want me to call Mrs. Chancellor?
Kevin: In a manner of speaking, yeah.
Murphy: (Sighs) I gotta get to my meeting. Hmm.
Kay: I'll see you at home later.
Daniel: Jeez. I never thought I would be looking for Mrs. Chancellor in trailer parks and diners.
Amber: Oh, I'm so nervous I could throw up.
Pearl: Grab a seat, kids. Someone will be with you shortly.
Amber: There she is.
Daniel: Mm. Man, you weren't kidding about her looking exactly like Mrs. Chancellor.
Amber: Yeah, well, maybe next time you'll believe me, hmm?
Kay: Ah, welcome to Joe’s. Uh, would you, um, care for some water while you decide?
Daniel: Uh, yeah, two waters would be great. Thank you.
Kay: Two waters coming up.
Amber: I don't look like myself. Hey, Mrs. C.-- she was having memory problems. We just--we need to give it some time.
Daniel: Okay. Then let's order something.
Kay: Now you tell that husband of yours to feel better, because that flu bug is running around everywhere.
Joe Jr.: Order's up, Marge.
Kay: Oh, come on. I said "Burger with fries," not chips, uh, one blue plate, not--not two, and, uh-- aren't you glad I agreed to stay on?
Daniel: Memory problems, my rear end. That woman is sharp as a tack. It looks like she's been doing this her entire life.
Amber: If Mrs. C. chose to be a waitress, she would be a great one, because she never did anything halfway.
Daniel: She's also wearing a name tag that says "Marge," and people are calling her Marge.
Amber: Mayb-- (sighs) Maybe she's just using that as an alias. (Sighs) Look, I know you're trying to protect me, but we gotta stay positive here, okay? I mean, there's gotta be a reason she hasn't recognized me.
Roger: Sorry about that. Uh, where were we?
Chloe: Oh, I-I was just about to ask you if, um, you've ever been married and have you ever had any children?
Roger: Oh, it's okay. The truth is, um, I would love to have had a family of my own. I see all of you, baby on the way. I know I'm missing out.
Esther: What stopped you?
Roger: I never met the right woman. I haven't given up, though. Meantime, I-I work hard and have a lot of hobbies.
Esther: Well, you must be good if Cane hired you.
Cane: Uh, Roger came to us from Warner and Whitfield.
Esther: Oh, I heard they went under. A lot of people lost everything.
Roger: I was lucky. I managed to save a nice chunk of change.
Chloe: So, uh, why don't you retire early?
Chloe: What? That's what I would do.
Roger: I tried that. I was bored silly.
Esther: So then you applied at Chancellor Industries.
Roger: Well, they have a reputation as a family-owned company, looks out for its employees.
Cane: Yes, we do. That's because my grandmother Katherine Chancellor always took care of her own.
Jill: You know, sometimes when I'm really tired and distracted, for a moment, I forget that she's gone.
Nikki: Yeah, me, too. I actual hit speed dial before I remember it, and I can't bring myself to delete her number.
Jill: My first impulse was to get rid of all her things.
Nikki: Too painful to look at them.
Jill: Yeah, but Esther talked me out of it, and now I can't bear to part with anything, even her clothes.
Nikki: Well, when you're ready, you might want to think about auctioning them, give the money to one of Katherine’s charities.
Jill: That's a good idea. Meanwhile, her bathrobe's hanging on the back of the door, and her reading glasses are on the bedside table.
Nikki: Well, it makes you feel closer to her.
Jill: Yeah, 'cause when I look at them, I see her all full of life, you know, and not-- not the way we found her.
Nikki: I cannot get that image out of my mind, her lying there in the wreckage. I have nightmares about it.
Jill: Yeah, so do I.
Nikki: Well, finally, something you and I have in common. I just wish it weren't that. Great escape.
Jana: Inventory all done?
Jana: I cannot believe the world's biggest skeptic is asking me to contact the dead, uh, especially after I finished with all of that.
Kevin: Yeah. Yeah, me, neither. Did you get everything you needed?
Jana: Yep, incense, candles, you know, basic séance materials.
Kevin: Well, you are the expert, oh, swami girl.
Jana: Now I really wish I didn't throw my paraphernalia out.
Kevin: I told you.
Jana: Well, I promised that I wouldn't use it again.
Kevin: Well, there has to be a happy medium. Ha ha ha.
Jana: You're so funny. Now don't joke. We need to make sure the spirits are on our side.
Kevin: Well, I only care about one.
Jana: (Sighs) Mrs. Chancellor.
Kevin: That's right. So let's find out if the old girl's upstairs or still down here with us.
Jana: Let's get started.
Kay: Well, have you decided what you want yet?
Amber: A cup of tea.
Kay: A cup of tea.
Daniel: I'll-- I'll have coffee. Thank you.
Amber: Bet you're a tea lady yourself.
Kay: Oh, yeah, a cup of jasmine tea now and then. However, give me a big old cup of Joe early in the morning, and I'm happy as a clam.
Amber: You know, on--on second thought, um, forget the drinks. Uh, bring us a pie to go. Um, we're meeting our friend Phillip, and we promised that we would bring dessert.
Kay: Apple or cherry?
Amber: Surprise us.
Kay: Oh, well, if I had a figure like yours, my dear, I would eat apple and cherry pie all day.
Amber: I had to test her.
Daniel: And she failed.
Amber: (Sighs) I was so sure it was her. (Sighs) Now I'm...
Daniel: Not so sure?
Amber: It felt so good to think...
Daniel: I know.
Amber: But if it's just someone who looks like Mrs. C... (Sighs) (Voice cracking) Then I guess I just gotta accept that she's gone.
Daniel: You want to get outta here?
Kay: All right, here's the check, and, uh, there's no rush, no rush.
Daniel: Thank you.
Kay: Mm-hmm. Uh, the two of you have a nice day.
Daniel: You, too.
Daniel: Let's get outta here.
Amber: (Sighs) (Sniffles) (Sighs)
Jill: I almost feel guilty. I've just had this delicious dinner, and Katherine...
Nikki: Oh, I miss those dinners I had with Katherine. She loved her gourmet food.
Jill: Mm-hmm, and antiques and jewelry.
Nikki: Hey, speaking of jewelry, have you--
Jill: Nikki, I told you I have no idea where the damn ring is.
Nikki: All right. I wasn't accusing you.
Jill: Yes, you were. What, do you think I've got it hidden in my mattress?
Nikki: I believe you. Calm down.
Jill: Wow. I'm sorry.
Nikki: Well, it's understandable that I would wonder after the way you treated me at the funeral and the reading of her will.
Jill: I know. I was just very, um, very upset that she left you something that personal.
Nikki: She left you a company with her name on it. You can't get more personal than that. Katherine put her heart and soul in Chancellor Industries, and now it's yours, Jill.
Chloe: Make a wish, Mom.
Esther: (Sighs) (Sniffles)
Cane: Esther, don't cry. It's your birthday.
Esther: Oh. Oh, gosh. I-I'm so sorry. I mean, this is really wonderful, and I'm so grateful. It--it's just that--that I wish someone else was here.
Roger: My apologies, people. You'll have to excuse me. What the hell are you doing texting me every five minutes? I told you it's under control. Everything's going great. Why are you so jumpy, Clint?
Clint: Because, you idiot, this is too good to be true, and I think you're gonna screw it up.
Esther: Oh, gosh. Do you think that I hurt Roger's feelings? I didn't mean that I wasn't glad he was here. I just meant that I wish Mrs. C. could have been here, too.
Chloe: I know. I know.
Cane: I know. I know. I know. I know.
Cane: Rog, everything all right?
Roger: I'm sorry I ran off like that. My mother has been texting me all night.
Esther: Your mother?
Roger: Yeah, she couldn't figure out how to use the remote on the new television I bought her.
Esther: Oh, I'm glad that everything's all right.
Chloe: Okay. Well, let's, uh, dig in.
Cane: Yeah, okay.
Roger: I really enjoyed talking to you, Esther. Um, I was wondering...
Roger: I don't want to seem pushy.
Esther: Oh, tell me, Roger.
Roger: What would you think about my coming back to your place for a nightcap?
Esther: I'd like that very much.
Nikki: Thank you.
Jill: I can't believe this. We actually had a nice conversation.
Nikki: Hmm. I'm sure Gina had the fire hose ready.
Jill: (Chuckles) In case she had to separate us.
Nikki: And I'm sure Katherine is smiling down on us.
Jill: You know, I realize that Katherine loved both of us, but I was a little jealous of the bond you had with her.
Nikki: Hey, I haven't been exactly pleasant to you, either. (Sighs) I wonder if it's possible for us to break our old habits.
Jill: I think we should try.
Nikki: So do I. It's time to move on.
Jana: Come on.
Kevin: Try one more time?
Jana: (Sighs) Okay. (Sniffs) (Clears throat) (Hums) Mrs. Chancellor, if you're up there, please give us a sign.
Jana: (Sighs) You know, honestly, something should have happened by now.
Kevin: The phone was ringing, but no one's answering?
Jana: Or maybe it means no one's up there.
Kevin: (Sighs) Well, thank you for humoring me.
Jana: Oh, Darling, if it makes you feel better.
Kevin: Yeah, it did. I'm gonna forget about what Daniel said. Until proven otherwise, as far as I'm concerned, Mrs. Chancellor is alive.
Jana: There you go.
Kay: Oh, you're back so soon?
Amber: Yeah, I forgot something, but, uh...
Kay: Uh, that isn't yours. No, yours, uh, has those, uh, little pink sparkly things all over it.
Amber: How'd you know what my... (Breathing heavily) Oh, my God. It's you. Oh, it's Mrs. C. it's you.
Kay: It's--it's you, Amber. Amber, it's you. I-I know you. You know me. Hi, Amber.
Kay: My God. My God. My God. Oh, dear God in heaven, it's Amber. Thank you, God. Thank you. Thank you.
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Adam: What about Jack? Jack took advantage of me.
Jack: Just to protect the family company, perhaps I should be C.E.O. of Jabot.
Abby: I can call you both Dad, can't I?
Brad: (Sighs) Of course, you can.
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