Y&R Transcript Wednesday 2/18/09 -- Canada; Thursday 2/19/09 -- U.S.A.
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Nick: Thanks for driving out here.
Sharon: Oh, sure. It was no problem. Despite our situation, I thought maybe we would spend time together today.
Nick: Happy anniversary, Baby.
Sharon: Oh, my gosh! It's our first wedding anniversary.
Nick: Yeah, I looked it up. For your first anniversary, you get paper, so it's paper.
Sharon: Oh. Oh, Nicholas...
Nick: So did I pick out a good one?
Sharon: No, Darling, I did.
Nick: So we need to talk about Noah.
Sharon: Um, yeah. Right, Noah, um... how is he?
Nick: Well, I think he's cooled down quite a bit.
Sharon: Seems like you have, too.
Nick: Yeah, I was kinda crazy the other day.
Sharon: Yeah, so was I. I mean, I just, you know, the police finding that bottle of alcohol. I was wondering whether Noah was drinking at the time of his accident. It reminded me of Cassie.
Nick: Well, you know, we got a new game plan now, so...
Sharon: Any regrets?
Ashley: Yes, I understand. I'll talk to Abby about it. Okay, Honey, thanks for calling.
Victor: Was that Colleen?
Ashley: Yeah. She's meeting with Brad's attorney tonight to discuss his will.
Abby: So soon?
Ashley: Yeah. But you don't have to be there, Honey. Colleen thought it might be too much for you, and I do, too.
Victor: Sweetheart, come to think of it, why don't I send one of my attorneys to represent you?
Ashley: I'll go.
Abby: No. I wanna go. It's what my dad would've wanted.
Jack: Colleen, Honey, if you need me there...
Colleen: Uh, I-I could meet with his attorney alone. I'd just feel better if--
Jack: You know, say no more. I'm on my way. It's all right, I'm on my way.
Billy: What, are you leaving so soon? Bye, Jack.
Jack: Billy, that was your niece. A girl who's still reeling from the loss of her father. You remember what that was like? You can't believe a man you spent your whole life looking up to is gone? You have so much more you wanna say, but it's too late.
Billy: Jack, that horse you're beating? It died 50 miles back.
Jack: I'm not giving up on you, Sport.
Billy: Meaning, Jack?
Jack: There is only one right thing to do with Chloe. Man up and tell Cane that you're that baby's father.
Billy: Jack, that baby's been here one day. Does it look like I'm handling it very well?
Jack: If you didn't care, you wouldn't be here getting wasted.
Billy: Jack, me being a father is nuts.
Jack: It's parenthood. Terrifying and rewarding in ways you can't even imagine yet. Come on, let's get outta here.
Billy: No, I'm finishing my drink, man.
Jack: Billy, come on. Colleen's waiting for me.
Billy: I'm not stopping you, Jack. Go. I just... at the moment, me and this barstool are joined at the butt.
Jack: You know what? You can be a real jerk sometimes.
Billy: I have heard that I take after my big brother Jack. Thank you.
Jack: Jimmy? Do me a favor, when this guy finishes his last drink, call him a cab. He just lost his car keys.
Jimmy: Will do.
Jack: When you stop seeing the world through this haze of alcohol, you'll realize it's time to step up. Be the decent guy I know you are.
Lily: Here you go.
Esther: Oh, thank you, Honey.
Lily: You're welcome.
Cane: So what did the doctor say?
Jill: That Chloe's doing what she should be doing. She's resting and she's fighting the septicemia.
Lily: Does he know yet if the antibiotics are working?
Jill: Well, that's too early to say. Um, but the doctor did see the baby again and she continues to do beautifully.
Cane: Thank you, Mum.
Jill: Glad to be able to give you some good news.
Cane: I don't know what I would've done if anything happened to my little girl.
Jill: You know, what the two of you did, getting Chloe and the baby to the hospital, I couldn't be prouder of you. And Billy, too, of course.
Cane: Well, I'm just glad he stepped up.
Jill: All I've really wanted is for you and Billy to be close as brothers, you know? I know there's still a lot of hard feelings between you, but... this could be the turning point.
Man: Did someone call a cab?
Billy: Thanks, Jimmy.
Jimmy: Take care, kid.
Man: Where to?
Billy: Genoa City Memorial Hospital, my man.
Noah: I didn't know you were coming over.
Sharon: Well, don't look so thrilled to see me.
Noah: Look, if you guys are gonna lecture me about Eden again--
Sharon: Nope, nope, no lectures.
Nick: We've decided that forbidding you from seeing Eden probably isn't the best way to deal with you.
Noah: Are you serious?
Sharon: But that doesn't mean you can do whatever you wanna do.
Nick: Yeah, we still haven't forgotten that you lied to us, son.
Sharon: And we don't need to remind you what happens when you act without thinking.
Noah: Look, I meant what I said before. I'll never forget Brad died saving me.
Nick: All right, well, here's the thing-- if we're gonna give you more freedom, you're gonna have to meet us halfway.
Noah: I will. I swear.
Nick: So that means no more sneaking around.
Sharon: Right. We expect you to be honest with us and to act responsibly.
Nick: And we'll do our part, too.
Noah: What do you mean?
Nick: Well, we've all made mistakes here. So we're owning up to it and we're gonna put that behind us. From now on, it's a fresh start.
Sharon: So here's the deal-- if you're going to see Eden or any of your friends, just tell us when you're going, where you'll be, what the plan is.
Noah: I'll even set up a live feed, if you want.
Sharon: Well, if on occasion we say that you can't go, you need to respect that.
Nick: And you're gonna have a very strict curfew. That means if we say midnight, you don't come home five after.
Noah: I can live with that.
Sharon: You keep telling us that you're not a kid anymore, Noah. We are giving you a chance to prove that.
Nick: And if this doesn't work, we're gonna have to seriously reconsider keeping you in public school.
Noah: Okay, uh, don't worry. I won't get in any more trouble. Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you. Dad, please, thank you.
Phyllis: Wow, is that harmony I see?
Noah: Can you believe it? Dad and Mom are giving me a chance to prove myself. Pretty cool, huh?
Phyllis: Oh, very cool.
Nick: Actually, Phyllis was the one who really pushed for that.
Noah: You were?
Noah: Oh, thank you! Thank you! All right, uh, from now on, I'm your servant-- dirty dishes, whatever you need.
Phyllis: Oh, great, this has possibilities. I like it.
Sharon: Um, Sweetie, I-I have to go. So I'll--I'll talk to you later. I have dinner plans tonight.
Nick: Oh, okay. Well, then we won't keep you.
Noah: Hey, don't look so sad, Mom. I won't let you down.
Sharon: No, I know you won't, Honey. All right?
Phyllis: So! You must've just, like, keeled over when you heard the news, right?
Noah: At first, I thought I was dreaming. I can't believe it. What did you tell them?
Phyllis: Well, you know, I don't know, what did I say?
Nick: You said, give the kid some space. Give him a chance.
Noah: Thanks, Dad. You're so nice.
Phyllis: That's great.
Noah: I know what I wanna do. I think, um, I think…
Noah: Maybe--maybe Eden can come over?
Phyllis: Yeah, I'm okay with that.
Nick: Yeah, sure.
Phyllis: Yeah. I'm fine with that.
(Cell phone ringing)
Nick: Hey, Dad, what's up?
Victor: Hi, Son. Uh, are you aware the board meeting has been moved up?
Nick: Uh, yeah, it's on my schedule. I'll be there.
Nick: So what are you gonna do about Brad's seat?
Victor: I have a plan in mind, but I am not certain of the answer yet, okay? I'll let you know. All right.
Colleen: I hope I didn't mess up your evening.
Jack: No, no, no, no, I'm glad you called.
Colleen: I just finished meeting with the marketing people for the Fresh Face campaign when the lawyer called.
Jack: I thought this was your idea to do this this evening.
Colleen: Yeah, it's just the second the words came out of my mouth, I felt sick.
Jack: I think that's natural. This is all pretty new.
Colleen: You know, we could've had the reading at Dad's house, but, uh, the thought of being there with all those memories...
(Knock on door)
Colleen: Hi. You came!
Abby: I couldn't let you do this by yourself.
Ashley: Yeah, she insisted.
Colleen: Thank you for bringing her. Are you okay?
Abby: I still can't believe he's really gone.
Colleen: Yeah, me, either. Your hands are so cold!
Abby: My mouth is dry like there's cotton in it or something.
Colleen: It's just nerves. Let's get you some water, okay?
Jack: Well, I thought the mustache might tag along. I'm glad you put your foot down.
Ashley: He never considered coming for a second, Jack.
Jack: He usually makes everything about him.
Ashley: He knew it could upset Colleen and maybe Abby, as well.
Jack: Mr. Sensitivity now, huh?
Ashley: You know what, Jack? He realized that this was about Brad and his daughters. So maybe cut him a little slack?
Jack: I'll cut him some slack. I'm not gonna give him any awards for not showing up where he doesn't belong.
Ashley: That's interesting, because you're making this about Victor—
(Knock on door)
Colleen: Evan, hi.
Colleen: Uh, come in. Ashley, you remember my dad's lawyer, don't you?
Ashley: Of course. Nice seeing you, Evan.
Evan: Hi. You, too.
Colleen: This is my uncle, Jack Abbott.
Jack: How do you do?
Colleen: My sister, Abby.
Evan: I'm very sorry for your loss.
Abby: Thank you.
Evan: Your father was a wonderful human being. He gave his life to save a young man. You should be very proud.
Colleen: We are.
Evan: If we can all take our seats?
Jack: Here we go. Why don't you sit here?
Evan: Thank you. This is the last will and testament of Bradley Carlton. It is legally binding. If you have any questions, I'll be happy to clarify. So shall we begin?
Esther: I can't believe they put a respirator on her.
Jill: Well, they're doing everything they can, Esther, if it helps.
Esther: Oh, gosh, Chloe would've been crazy if anyone saw her hair mess.
Cane: I'm gonna go down to the nursery and I'm gonna see my daughter, okay?
Jill: Yeah, kiss her for me, Honey.
Cane: Yeah, I'm taking pictures of Cordelia every hour so Mommy doesn't miss anything.
Esther: Oh, Honey, I'm so sorry, Katie, that I sent you away when you were growing up.
Cane: Esther, you don't have to apologize. She's already forgiven you.
Esther: But I lost so much time with her.
Lily: You were just trying to give her a good education.
Esther: I thought we'd have plenty of time together. Oh, my God, what if this past year is all I'm gonna have?
Cane: It's not.
Esther: Do you think she knows how much I love her?
Jill: Of course, she knows, Esther. But I don't think it would hurt if you told her again.
Esther: Do you think she can hear me?
Jill: Absolutely, I do.
Esther: Oh, Honey... I know you're all grown up, with a daughter of your own, but you're still my little girl. I remember the first time I saw you. Oh, you were so tiny, and you had these big bright eyes and a face of an angel. I knew at that moment that I'd never loved anyone more than I loved you.
Cane: Esther, I know what you mean. I never felt anything like the first time-- I felt when I held my daughter.
Esther: She can't die. Please, please, please.
Sharon: Happy anniversary, Nick.
Nick: Sharon, I join you in marriage to make you my wife for the length of our days. To love and to comfort you in joy and in sorrow. To support and to care for you, to cherish and respect you. I give of myself, and together with you, in the sight of God, to bring love to the lives of those we touch.
Phyllis: Nick? Nick?
Phyllis: You son is saying you're a cool dad.
Nick: Sucking up to the old man? I like this.
Noah: I wasn't sucking up. Much.
Phyllis: Well, this is good. I like this.
Phyllis: I should make dinner.
Nick: No! Don't do that. When's the last time we went out to dinner and caught a movie? Let's go do that.
Phyllis: All right. Uh, do you wanna join us?
Noah: Uh, no, it's okay. I'll--I'll stay and watch Summer. After all, I owe her one, remember?
Phyllis: Oh, I like this. This is good.
Noah: Dad, would it be cool if Eden came over?
Nick: It's a school night. Um... she can't stay long, and you have to finish your homework first.
Noah: Already done.
Nick: Well, I can't say no then.
Noah: I'm gonna call her.
Phyllis: It's all right. It's not a big deal. Just breathe. Just breathe. He's right, you're a cool dad.
Billy: How's Chloe?
Lily: Same as when you left.
Billy: How's the baby?
Lily: She's fine.
Billy: That's good. That's good. Yeah, she's, uh... she might be small, but man, she's fiery. She's just like her mom. That's good.
Lily: How much have you had to drink?
Billy: Yeah, I didn't really count.
Lily: Billy, please, just go home.
Billy: No, no, no, no, I came to do what you told me to do. Now where's Cane? My brother--is he in there?
Lily: No, no, it's just your mom and Esther.
Billy: Then where is he?
Lily: You are crazy if you think you're talking to him while you're like this.
Billy: Come on, you need to figure out what you want. First you tell me I need to tell the truth, and now you're telling me I don't need to tell the truth. You, my pretty little friend, need to make up your mind.
Lily: No, if you tell him while you're drunk like this, it's only gonna make things worse, please. I will drive you home. Okay?
Billy: No, you're not driving me home. Hey, where have you been?
Cane: I've been down in the nursery with Cordelia. Where you been?
Cane: Yeah, they asked for a name on the birth certificate, so I named her.
Billy: You named her?
Cane: Yeah, what do you want me to do, Billy, call her little Boog forever?
Billy: I gotta-- I gotta see the kid.
Cane: Hey, hey, hey, I'm gonna walk you downstairs and you're gonna get in a taxi. That's where you're going.
Billy: Not till after I see the kid, Buddy.
Cane: You're not going anywhere near the baby in this condition.
Billy: You should back off.
Lily: No, stop! You guys! Stop it! Billy, stop, stop!
Cane: You're not going anywhere near my daughter.
Billy: Your daughter? You're telling me to back away from your daughter?
Billy: No friggin' way in hell.
Lily: Come on, you guys, don't!
Billy: I am sick of you thinking it's your way or not at all.
Woman: Sir, you need to quiet down.
Billy: I am not gonna quiet down. What if I wanted to scream and yell and kick stuff? Is that gonna be okay? Can you do anything about that? I don't think so.
Cane: Why don't you listen to the lady, Billy.
Billy: Sure, yeah, it's always gotta be you against me, right? The great Cane Ashby opens his mouth and we have to listen to him. Not me, sucka! No way! I'm not!
Jill: What is going on out here? Billy?
Billy: Mr. Perfect here keeps thinking he's running the show and he's giving me orders.
Cane: Yeah, 'cause you need it. 'Cause in there, fighting for her life unconscious, the baby's mother. You're acting like a brat creating a scene! What is your problem, Billy?!
Billy: Wanna know what my problem is, son?
Cane: What's your problem?
Billy: I'll tell you what my problem is.
Lily: No, hey! Hey!
Jill: Stop it!
Woman: That's it! You need to go now.
Billy: I'm not going anywhere.
Man: Oh, yes, you are.
Billy: No, I'm not!
Jill: Billy, Billy, stop it!
Cane: What do you wanna say to me? What do you wanna say?
Billy: Come outside! I'll talk to you out there!
Cane: What do you wanna say to me, Billy!
Jill: Oh, God!
Cane: And that sloppy drunk is the guy you chose to replace me as the C.E.O. of Jabot. Yeah.
Jill: Oh, my God.
Phyllis: So... I thought that it would just be perfect for the "Restless Style" web site.
Nick: Hey, if we're gonna stay on the cutting edge, we gotta change things up once in a while.
Phyllis: That's right, we do. So I'm glad you approve. Good. You do approve, right?
Nick: Well, it's almost movie time. If we're gonna catch it, we better chow down.
Nick: I sure am a classy date.
Phyllis: Yeah, you're classy. You're very classy. I missed this.
Eden: Oh, I cannot believe your parents are cool with us seeing each other.
Noah: Yeah, I bet Michael and Lauren were surprised when I invited you over.
Eden: Oh, you should've seen Michael's face when your dad talked to him and he found out it was for real.
Noah: They're cool with it, right?
Eden: Yeah, as long as we stick to the program.
Noah: Yeah. Adults are big on the program, especially mine.
Eden: Okay, don't tell anyone I said this, because I will deny it.
Eden: The way your parents look out for you-- sure, they can go a little overboard, but... it's sweet.
Noah: It's a pain.
Eden: You're lucky, Noah. My dad could care less what happens to me.
Evan: To put this in simple terms, Brad's mother, and two daughters are his only heirs. He's seen to it that Rebecca will be taken care of and a private letter is being delivered to her. The remainder of his assets will be split equally between Colleen and Abby. However, until Abby is of age, her money will be held in trust. Colleen will have control of her sister's interest.
Ashley: Um, I thought I would be handling that.
Evan: Mr. Carlton left this letter for you. Maybe it explains. He also, uh, left a personal statement for his daughters. Perhaps one of you would like to read it?
Jack: You know what? I can read it.
Jack: "My beautiful girls, you've brought me more joy in my life than one man deserves. You're both so special in your own unique ways. Colleen, when I think of you, the first thing that comes to mind is your spirit. It's strong and loving and as loyal as they come. If you believe in something, you do it all the way, with your whole heart. Even if the entire world tells you different, including your dear old dad. We've butted heads a few times. Especially when it came to the men in your life. Yet even as I am being over protective, I can't help but admire how independent you are. I am convinced that you can do and be anything you want. And God help anyone who gets in your way. My sweet Abby, I see in you the same strong spirit. I am certain that, like your sister, you'll be an extraordinary woman. Your time abroad has given you an air of sophistication, and you lead a very privileged life. Just don't ever forget to enjoy the simple pleasures-- family, friends, a beautiful sunset, a starry night. These are things that money can't buy. Even though I am not your biological father, you're my child in every way that counts. I'm grateful you girls have each other. Cherish that bond. Trust each other. Be there for each other. And most of all, love each other as I love you. Forever, Dad."
Colleen: I promise, I will always be there for you, okay?
Abby: I'm so glad we're sisters.
Jimmy: I didn't expect to see you back tonight.
Billy: Yeah, well, what can I tell you, Jimmy? I just can't get enough of you.
Jimmy: (Chuckles) How about some coffee? I just put a pot on.
Billy: How about you give me that tequila shot?
Jimmy: You sure?
Billy: After the hour that I just had, you're damn right I'm sure. Oh, don't worry. I can still walk a line. Look, watch this. Huh? Huh?
Jimmy: Okay. It's your hangover.
Billy: Thank you, Jimmy.
Billy: Ahem, Sharon?
Billy: What are you doing here?
Sharon: Trying to avoid running into anyone I know.
Billy: Ah. Well, how's that working out for you?
Sharon: About as good as the rest of my night has.
Billy: You, too, huh? Well, I tell you what, why don't we sit here and drown our worries together, and then we'll pretend that we never saw each other.
Sharon: Sounds like a plan.
Billy: All right. Jimmy, another drink for my friend here.
Jill: Victor, I have to talk to you. Billy cannot remain C.E.O.
Victor: The decision has been made, Jill.
Jill: He's out of control. He is totally unreliable, which I predicted.
Victor: He has only been in power for a few days.
Jill: And he's already shown me that he is not up to this job. I'm not saying he's not smart. But Jabot needs stability right now.
Victor: You knew the conditions of our agreement when you accepted my stock.
Jill: Yeah, but you can't expect me to stand by while he runs the company into the ground.
Victor: I don't give a damn what happens to Jabot.
Victor: I said, if you wanna keep that company afloat, you find a solution.
Jill: Like what?
Victor: That is not my problem. But I can assure you, if your mother were around, she would've found a solution by now.
Jill: Yes, Victor, she would've removed Billy as C.E.O.
Victor: Save your breath. He is staying.
Jill: You know what? Maybe I should discuss this with Ashley. How do you think she'd feel about what you're doing to her family business?
Victor: Stick around. She'll be here soon. Tell her everything you know. All right? And then you walk out of here without my 5% and without Jabot. How's that?
Jack: Where are the girls?
Ashley: Ladies room.
Jack: Carlton's letter obviously upset you. What does it say?
Ashley: I guess you're gonna read it yourself eventually, so, um... "Dearest Ashley, I hope you don't read this for years and years. I fully intend to see Abby become an adult. Hopefully make me a grandfather one day. But we both know that in a split second, anything can happen. And I needed to be prepared. You've been a wonderful mother and I've always felt you had Abby's best interest at heart. But recently, I've begun to worry. I've tried talking to you about it, but you haven't been receptive, which is why I'm putting Colleen in control of our daughter's trust. Not because I think you'd ever misuse the funds or treat her unfairly, but because I can't predict what will happen to you in the future. No one should have to remind you how many times your life has fallen apart because of Victor Newman and the unbelievable pain and anguish he's caused you. You need to protect yourself and our daughter and not fall into that same old trap. Please, Ash, think about what I've said. Always, Brad."
Jack: I couldn't have put it any clearer myself.
Ashley: I read it to you, but please don't use it against me.
Jack: I hope you'll listen to his advice.
Ashley: Abby and I have to get going, Jack.
Jack: He poured his heart out there. You're not gonna just ignore him, are you?
Ashley: You've made your position clear, now please, butt out. Please, Jack.
Jack: Your personal life? Fine. I am not going to keep quiet about your taking a seat on the Newman board. Victor is doing that for a reason. He will use it to his advantage.
Ashley: Jack, I've heard it! I've heard it ad nauseum from you, now please!
Jack: It will not help the Abbotts. It will not help Jabot.
Ashley: I have taken your position into consideration, I promise you. All right?
Jack: Does that mean you've made a decision?
Ashley: Yes. Actually, I have.
Eden: This is much better than those stupid video games.
Noah: You only think it's stupid 'cause I beat you every time.
Eden: Oh, well, now it's my turn, Buddy. Oh, and you owe me 500 big ones.
Noah: (Sighs) You're killing me.
Eden: And I'm gonna keep on killing you until you admit you're a total loser at this.
Noah: It's kinda lame, huh?
Eden: What, you and me playing a board game?
Noah: Yeah. I didn't wanna push my dad too far first night off house arrest.
Eden: I'm just glad to see you. Here or out in the big, bad dangerous world.
Noah: Dangerous? You must be talking about me.
Eden: No way. You don't scare me.
Noah: Oh, yeah?
Noah: Sneak attack!
Eden: (Giggles) Stop it!
Nick: I mean, we might as well have parked in Siberia.
Phyllis: I know, it's--it's not a long walk to the theater. It's not that long.
Nick: We're gonna need a dog sled.
Phyllis: Well, we should've expected this. You know, February, there's not much to do.
Nick: Hmm. I got some other ideas.
Phyllis: What are they?
Nick: Hockey game.
Phyllis: Uh, they're sold out. I checked.
Nick: Mm. What about, uh... the symphony?
Phyllis: Uh, we're underdressed.
Nick: Well, what I'm really thinking about doing right now... we're kinda overdressed.
Phyllis: Really? What are you thinking about doing?
Woman: Do you want me to take the baby back to the nursery?
Cane: No, no, not yet. I'd like her to spend a little more time with her mother, please. Hey. I almost put my brother through the wall tonight.
Lily: Well, it been a very intense 24 hours for everyone.
Cane: Yep. There's no excuse to show up here trashed. If he wants to blow off some steam, he can do and do that somewhere else.
Esther: Uh, Jill brought food if anyone's hungry.
Lily: Oh, thank you.
Cane: I, um... I wondered where you went.
Cane: I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Jill: I guess it's her dinner time, too.
Cane: Am I doing this right? Should I hold her up higher?
Jill: You're doing fine, Honey.
Cane: You know, uh, by the time she wakes up, I'm gonna be a pro at this.
Cane: Chloe? Mom, get a--
Jill: We need a doctor! We need a doctor in here!
Esther: Oh, my God! Oh, my God! What's happening?
Jill: A doctor, please! Please, nurse, come!
Esther: Oh, Honey! Hang on, someone's coming.
Billy: I know, right? Those first loves-- they can really just wipe you out. Oh, Jimmy, Jimmy. Thank you, Jimmy.
Jimmy: There you go.
Sharon: I mean, here I sit, brooding because my first husband cheated on me, left me for this other woman and had a baby with her. Now he forgot that today was our anniversary. Isn't that nice?
Billy: Well, that's, uh... wait, you and--you and Nick were together forever-- a long time, right?
Sharon: Yeah, we met in high school. It seems like so long ago. But hey, I shouldn't be talking to you about this.
Billy: Why not?
Sharon: Well, your brother?
Billy: Oh, don't worry about Jack. Don't--Jack. Whatever you tell me stays right here. Besides, Jack is like a completely different story. Just like Lily is... completely different than Mac.
Sharon: Yes! Exactly! Thank you!
Billy: You're welcome. You know, you--you are not all that messed up. You might be a little messed up.
Sharon: (Giggles) You're too kind to me.
Billy: You know, maybe-- maybe--maybe marriage just is not your thing.
Sharon: Uh, you think?
Billy: Yeah. I think. No, but you're a good mother. You are. I've seen you with Noah. You're--you're great. And Jack--I've heard Jack say-- I've heard him. You're--you're a good mom. You--you're a good mom.
Sharon: Well... yeah, let's drink to that. Let's drink to that.
Billy: Drink to that.
Billy: What did I say?
Sharon: I don't know, whatever you said.
Billy: I like you.
Sharon: You're funny.
Esther: Why did that monitor go off? What does it mean?
Cane: Hey, hey, don't panic, Esther, don't panic.
Jill: Don't worry.
Cane: Don't panic.
Esther: Oh, gosh!
Esther: Oh! What happened, Doctor? How's my daughter?
Dr. Okamura: She had a bad reaction to the antibiotic, Mrs. Valentine.
Jill: Is she gonna be all right?
Dr. Okamura: I have her stabilized. Her septicemia still isn't under control.
Cane: So what now?
Dr. Okamura: We're gonna switch her to a new antibiotic. Meantime, we just hope for the best.
Cane: Don't worry.
Esther: Please, please.
Victor: Well! My two favorite ladies. How are you feeling?
Abby: I don't really wanna talk about it.
Victor: We'll talk about it later?
Abby: Okay, I guess. I'll wait down in the lobby.
Ashley: Okay, we'll be down in a minute, Honey.
Victor: How's she doing?
Ashley: Well, as well as can be expected, I guess.
Victor: Any surprises at the reading?
Ashley: Oh, yeah. Brad put Colleen in charge of Abby's trust instead of me.
Victor: Uh-huh. Because of our relationship?
Ashley: Yeah. I mean, he died being concerned about Abby and me. I wish--I wish I just had a chance to convince him that... we're fine. By the way, I've decided that I do want Brad's vacant seat on the Newman board of directors.
Jack: Any other questions?
Colleen: Uh, no, but I appreciate you explaining some of the things I didn't understand.
Jack: My pleasure, Darlin'.
Colleen: So it sounds like there's a lot of paperwork to sign and loose ends to tie up, right?
Jack: There's always tomorrow.
Colleen: Oh, that reminds me. I-I got an invitation to the Newman board meeting. And since they're replacing my dad, I guess I should cancel.
Jack: No. No, I wouldn't do that.
Colleen: Any particular reason?
Eden: Is something wrong?
Noah: No. But... we don't have to do this.
Eden: Yeah. Yeah, maybe we should wait.
Nick: All right, we just--
Phyllis: It's--that's okay. We--we can go in the backseat.
Phyllis: Or not. We don't have to.
Nick: Yeah, we could, but it's kinda, you know...
Phyllis: Yeah. Anyway, uh, maybe it wasn't a good night for a movie date.
Nick: No, that's not it. We can definitely still make the movie.
Phyllis: Okay. Let's do that.
Jack: Go ahead. I got his machine. I'll be right there. Billy, its Jack. Listen, I'm about to take Colleen to dinner. You've been on my mind, though. I-I wanna know that you're okay. Give me a call when you get this.
Sharon: I'm glad we ran into each other.
Billy: Oh, yeah, so am I.
Sharon: It's getting late.
Billy: It is.
Jimmy: I'll call you kiddies a couple of cabs.
Billy: Uh... how about just one?
Sharon: That works for me.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Billy: I've got work to do.
Jack: I hope that includes acknowledging your daughter.
Billy: Back off.
Chloe: It's perfect.
Cane: She's perfect.
Sharon: You know, what I do isn't your business anymore.
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