Y&R Transcript Wednesday 4/1/09

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 4/1/09 -- Canada; Thursday 4/2/09 -- U.S.A.


Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma

(Cell phone ringing)

Sharon: Hi, Jack.

Jack: Hey. Everything here seems well in hand. Want me to come pick you up?

Sharon: Um, actually, I think I'm gonna bail on you tonight.

Jack: No.

Sharon: Yeah. I'm tired and it's a family event.

Jack: Yeah, and you are family. That's not gonna change, Sharon, whether we're divorced or not.

Sharon: Well, tonight should be about Chloe and Billy and he wouldn't-- I mean, I'm sure that-- um... I don't belong there.

Jack: Do this for me? Come on, there's gonna be all these speeches about love and marriage. I'm not gonna be able to get through this without you.

Sharon: You don't play fair, you know?

Jack: Come on, I'm not gonna take no for an answer.

Chloe: Yeah, no, Fiji is very far away. Well, what about your sister? Is she available? Oh. Yeah, she's gonna be with you. Okay, well, you know what? We'll just have to Photoshop you in. All right, thanks. Talk to you soon. Bye.

Billy: What'd the Hiltons have to say?

Chloe: (Sighs) Unavailable. Well, I guess that is what happens when you hang out with ones who jet set.

Billy: Well, we could always push this thing off a couple weeks.

Chloe: No. No. My mom--she'll be so crushed. And you said that you wanted to get married right away, right?

Billy: Right.

Chloe: Okay. So all systems go, whether we have a maid of honor or not. And it's just important that we get married. Important for Delia, I mean.

Ashley: Thank you.

Victor: You know that I wouldn't mind going with you.

Ashley: Oh, my own personal bodyguard?

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Ashley: I think I might feel more relaxed not having to referee between you and Jack. But thanks for offering.

Victor: Hi, Sweetheart. Aren't you going with your mother?

Abby: Nope. Staying with you.

Victor: You are? But I gave the chef the night off.

Abby: Then can we go out to dinner?

Ashley: Oh.

Victor: I would love to do that. Get your coat.

Abby: Okay. Bye.

Ashley: Bye. Wait a second, give me a hug.

Abby: Oh.

Ashley: Have fun, Honey.

Abby: Okay.

Ashley: Not too late, okay.

Victor: Don't you worry.

Ashley: All right.

Victor: I'll miss you.

Ashley: Good. I'll miss you, too. Oh. Hi, Rafe. Hi, Adam.

Adam: Hi, Ashley.

Ashley: Um... well, excuse me. I have to go. Bye.

Victor: So did you have any problems with the house arrest officer?

Rafael: No problems.

Victor: All right. Estella is here, so if you need anything, you can get it from her, all right? Abby and I are going out to dinner.

Adam: Is that Abby?

Abby: Hi, Adam.

Adam: Well, uh, I'd love to join you, but, unfortunately, my leash doesn't stretch that far.

Victor: I think it's preferable to being caged up.

Jill: This many people are coming to watch the debacle?

Esther: The blessed union between your son and my daughter?

Jill: Mm.

Esther: Yes. And you and all the Abbotts on the groom's side, and Brock and Mrs. C. and Murphy.

Jill: You invited the con artists?

Esther: Just Mrs. C. and her fiancé. Oh, she was so excited when I called her.

Jill: I'm going to bed. Wake me when it's over.

Esther: Well, wait, wait, what about the rehearsal dinner?

Jill: No one expects me to be there.

Esther: Your son is the groom.

Jill: My son is not speaking to me these days.

Esther: This dinner is in his honor. How is he gonna feel if you don't show up? No matter what has gone on between the two of you, you will always be his mother.

Murphy: Mm. What is that?

Kay: Uh, chicken ala duchess. Brock's nickname for me-- Duchess.

Murphy: Ah, so we're celebrating his return?

Kay: And mine. What do you think about that, Murph? Moving to Genoa City, moving in with me?

Murphy: Well, I remember it from when we broke in last Christmas. That's an awfully big house.

Kay: You having second thoughts?

Murphy: Second thoughts? No, I'm just, uh, worried that I-I'd get lost there.

Kay: Well, I'll come and find you.

Murphy: Now that I can live with. Look... we'll take it as it comes. You wanna go home. And I'm happy living anywhere-- as long as you're there.

(Cell phone vibrating)

Noah: (Sighs) Hey.

Eden: Hi. You alone?

Noah: For a minute.

Eden: Miss you.

Noah: Me, too.

Eden: What are you doing?

Noah: Uh, I'm gonna see my mom. We kinda got into it this morning.

Eden: What'd I do now?

Noah: Believe it or not, it wasn't you this time.

Eden: That's progress. Sort of.

Noah: She's just been acting really weird.

Eden: Well, she's getting divorced.

Noah: Yeah, then she's not. Then she is. She doesn't know what she wants. Anyway, what's going on with you?

Eden: Babysitting Delia Abbott.

Noah: At Jack's?

Eden: Yeah. Why?

Noah: Hey, um, I-I gotta go. All right, later. Hi.

Sharon: Thank you. Oh, hi, Noah. You want some coffee?

Noah: No thanks.

Sharon: Okay.

Noah: Look, I'm sorry about this morning.

Sharon: Me, too.

Noah: It just-- you know, caught me off guard, you moving out of Jack's place again.

Sharon: I'm so sorry, Honey.

Noah: You know, I get it. You have to do what you think is right. It's just...

Sharon: It's-- it's confusing.

Noah: You've always been the one with all the answers.

Sharon: But you know what? I-I'm really-- I-I'm getting it together, though, now. And--and moving out-- that's part of that. Because I'm not leaning on Jack anymore, and--and that's good.

Noah: Cool. You look great.

Sharon: Really? Thanks. Um, so Jack's having this thing tonight for Chloe and Billy.

Noah: Sounds like you don't wanna go.

Sharon: Well, it's just awkward.

Noah: Do you want some moral support?

Sharon: What, would you go with me?

Noah: Sure.

Sharon: Okay, well, don't say that unless you really mean it. 'Cause I'd take you up on that.

Noah: Mom, let's roll.

Sharon: Thanks, Noah. You're such a good son.

Jack: So, no mustache?

Ashley: Victor is with Abby.

Jack: How about that? I may actually enjoy this evening.

Ashley: Oh, be quiet.

Jack: Or not.

Ashley: Hello, Jill.

Jill: It's not like I wanna be here.

Jack: Shouldn't you be at Jabot protecting your throne? After all, it'll only be a few hours before Katherine comes back and throws you out on your butt.

Jill: Sorry to burst your bubble, Jack, but Brock's in town. This D.N.A. test will prove definitively that the woman's a fraud.

Jack: You don't have even the slightest doubt that this woman isn't Katherine?

Ashley: Oh, she has to believe it. Otherwise, her entire world will evaporate before her very eyes.

Jack: Wouldn't that be a shame?

Ashley: (Sighs)

Billy: Hey, Mom. I wasn't sure you would be here.

Jill: I'm here for you.

Chloe: And what an interesting wedding gift-- a pink slip. Thank you.

Esther: Hi, Honey.

Chloe: Mom! Hi! Look at you! You look gorgeous.

Esther: Oh, you look amazing. Billy.

Billy: Hi.

Ashley: Esther, it's so lovely to see you. It's been a while.

Esther: Oh, Ashley, it's great to see you, too. Jack, thank you so much for doing this.

Jack: Billy found himself a wonderful girl. I think that's good reason to celebrate.

Esther: You are so right. We are gonna be one big family.

Jill: Kill me now.

Victor: Is that enough for you?

Abby: Yeah, I'm not really hungry. I just wanted to hang with you.

Victor: I'm glad you decided to do that.

Abby: So, I thought Adam wasn't supposed to leave the house.

Victor: Well, apparently, he has a meeting with the house arrest officer.

Abby: Weird. I never know what to say to him.

Victor: Yeah.

Abby: I mean, he's my half-brother, but I hardly know him.

Victor: Well, you know, none of us know him as well as we though we did.

Abby: I feel kinda bad for him. The other day, I actually tried to walk around with my eyes closed, just to see what it was like. It was pretty freaky.

Victor: It's a terrible fate. It really is. But, Sweetheart, don't you worry about Adam. I'm concerned with him, uh, you should be worrying about school and your friends, all right?

Abby: And my new baby brother or sister?

Victor: That's right. Adam is my problem.

Rafael: Okay, Adam, if you have everything you need, I'm gonna get going. Oh, wait, before I forget. I have the things you left in your cell, when you went to the infirmary.

Adam: Don't worry about it. Just throw it away. I don't need anything.

Rafael: Even the letter from your father?

Adam: What letter? Oh, the--right, the test that he gave me when he thought I was faking the blindness.

Rafael: Adam, did anyone read this to you?

Adam: Uh, no, but, uh... I doubt I need to hear any of it. I'm sure it's the same-- same crap I get from the old man all the time.

Rafael: You need to hear this.

Rafael: "It breaks my heart to think of you in that place. Feeling abandoned by everyone. Alone. Unloved. There have been times in my life when I felt that way. Those experiences made me the man I am-- strong, determined and self-reliant. This experience you're having will help you grow in positive ways if you let it. That might sounds like tough love, but it is love just the same. You are my son, and always will be. If you take away only one thought from this letter, let it be that. Victor." Surprised?

Adam: Very. Maybe there is hope.

Murphy: Boy, the dinner was delicious.

Kay: Well, I remember it tasting better.

Murphy: Be glad that you remember it at all. Speaking of which... time for your pills.

Kay: Oh, thank you, thank you.

Murphy: Boy, I can't get over it. All those doctors and hospitals, and Brock figures out what's wrong with you.

Kay: Well...

Murphy: Lyme Disease?

Kay: I used to take walks on the property. Probably got a tick bite and didn't even realize it. Something so simple...

Murphy: Yeah, made your life so complicated.

Kay: Well, some of those complications are very worthwhile. Do you know when I get back home, I'm going to write another book.

Murphy: Oh.

Kay: Mm-hmm. Because the first one certainly doesn't end the story.

Jill: Thank you. Oh. Your father loved these pieces. They always reminded me of him.

Jack: Gee, I wonder what my father would think of you now.

(Doorbell rings)

Billy: I'll get it. Ahem.

Ashley: Hey, how's Delia?

Esther: Oh, she's sleeping like an angel.

Jill: Oh, good. I'll just take a quick peek.

Chloe: I don't think so.

Jill: I'm not even allowed to see her now?

Chloe: Of the two grandmothers, we've decided that my mother is a better fit for the job, but you are more than welcome to stay on in a lesser position.

Ashley: Oh, I like this girl a lot.

Colleen: Well, I can't say the same. I was hoping you'd made your escape.

Billy: We all have to grow up sometime, right?

Colleen: And this is growing up, Billy? Marrying someone you don't even like?

Billy: Come on, not this again.

Colleen: I just remember the last time you got married and how happy you were.

Billy: At least this time I won't get my heart broken.

Colleen: That is no reason to marry someone.

Billy: Hey, look, it's gonna be okay. I know what I'm doing.

Colleen: I hope so.

Billy: What are you doing here?

Sharon: Not my idea, trust me.

Billy: Well, I have an idea. Leave.

Sharon: Jack said he would cancel the party if I weren't here.

Billy: Even better. Hey, Noah. I didn't know you were coming.

Noah: Is that okay?

Billy: Of course it is, man. It's good to see you. Uh, there's plenty of food in there. Go get it.

Noah: All right. Thanks.

Sharon: Listen, it's not a big deal, okay? Don't freak out. I'm gonna make an appearance, then I'm gonna leave.

Billy: Fine. You're not gonna be here tomorrow, are you?

Sharon: No.

Jill: So glad I took your advice and came. Otherwise, I would've missed all this lovely hostility.

Chloe: (Sighs) Thank you.

Jack: Thank you. For that lovely little zinger you sent Jill's way.

Chloe: Hey, nobody's gonna knock my man down. I won't take it.

Jack: Spoken like a true Abbott.

Chloe: (Chuckles)

Jack: And we Abbotts stick together.

Chloe: Ah.

(Glasses clink)

Sharon: Hi. I miss anything?

Jack: Hey. Oh, not at all. You look great.

Chloe: Actually, Jack was just telling me that, um, that I can really count on my new family, and I have a really big favor.

Jack: Name it.

Chloe: I need a matron of honor.

Sharon: Me?

Jack: Wait, that's a great idea.

Sharon: No, I-I'm-- I couldn’t. I mean, I'm sure you would like to have your mother up there.

Chloe: No, actually, my mother's gonna be watching the baby. It would really mean the world to me.

Sharon: Well, actually, I promised a friend that I would be somewhere else tomorrow.

Chloe: No, no, you have to be here.

Jack: What friend?

Sharon: Um... sure, yeah, I-I would... I'll be your maid of honor.

Chloe: Thank you so much! You don't understand! Oh, you saved the day!

Jack: Congratulations, Billy, on your great taste and great judgment. Chloe and Cordelia are a wonderful addition to the Abbott family. We welcome you with open arms. If we can be of any help, you let us know. We're eager to pitch in. And thanks to your future mother-in-law, most of us have a lot of time on our hands.

Jill: I would like to say something, too. I realize that I'm not gonna win any popularity contests around here tonight, but I want you to know that I love you, and whether you believe that or not, I am here for you.

Billy: Does that mean I get my job back?

Jack: To Billy and Chloe.

Ashley: Hear, hear.

Noah: Cheers!

Chloe: Cheers!

Colleen: Thank you.

Sharon: Don't you think maybe Ashley would make a-a better matron of honor?

Colleen: Oh, no, she's pregnant. Can't fit into the dress.

Sharon: Oh, um... well, what--what about you?

Colleen: No, no, no, been there, done that. At Billy's first wedding. The real wedding . . .

Noah: Don't you wanna be in the wedding, Mom?

Colleen: Except for Chloe, no one does. Least of all the groom.

Jack: Wait, Bob Olson, the headhunter?

Billy: Yep, he wants to interview me.

Jack: For a job here in town?

Billy: New York.

Esther: New York?

Chloe: Well, we gotta go where the opportunities are.

Esther: Jill, you can't let them leave.

Jill: He's not going anywhere, Esther. It's an empty threat. It's exactly the kind of petulant, immature behavior that told me he wasn't ready to run Jabot.

Jack: Unlike the bartender.

Jill: Cane is steady and dependable. Exactly the reason you chose him over Billy. Wasn't it, Chloe?

Chloe: See, that is the difference between you and me, Jill. Billy was always my favorite.

Colleen: She's just not his.

Chloe: I heard that.

Jill: Well, I don't have a favorite, Chloe. I just know both my sons for who they are.

Esther: You cannot chase my granddaughter out of town. I will never forgive you.

Chloe: Excuse me? That's all that you're gonna do? I think I deserve a lot more than that, and you better learn quickly.

Billy: Guys, cool it off. Cool off. Cool off.

Colleen: Yeah, why don't you learn and figure it out quickly.

Jill: They probably won't even make it to their wedding.

Chloe: Oh, you wish, don't you?

Jack: Wait, wait, wait, back off.

Jill: Both my sons deserve a lot better than you.

Ashley: Stop it! Right now! All of you! As of tomorrow, we are all going to be family. Now you may not like it very much, but for the sake of my little niece, you are all going to suck it up and deal with it.

(Knock on door)

Noah: Hey.

Eden: Hi! If Jack sees your car, he's gonna call your mom.

Noah: I came with my mom. Got myself invited to the party.

Eden: You're so smart.

Noah: Oh, look at you flattering me. How's babysitting going?

Eden: Uh, she's been out the entire time.

Noah: Yeah?

Eden: Yeah.

Noah: Good.

Cordelia: (Cries)

Noah: (Sighs)

Sharon: Have you seen Noah anywhere?

Colleen: Um, no. He's probably getting seconds or something.

Sharon: Excuse me.

Esther: You think if we glare at her any harder, she might turn to stone?

Chloe: Funny, I already thought that she had.

Billy: Where are you going?

Jill: I'm leaving. It's not like anybody'll mind. Billy, I meant what I said before. When it all goes to hell, and you know it will, I'll be here for you. You're my son and I love you. Nothing can ever change that.

Jack: Leaving so soon?

Jill: Thank you for a lovely evening, Jack.

Jack: Dessert, anyone?

Adam: Hey, how was dinner?

Victor: It was wonderful. What have you been up to while we were gone?

Adam: Oh, you know, just, uh, taming the savage beast.

Victor: Uh-huh.

Adam: You like, uh, opera, Abby?

Abby: Uh, sure.

(Cell phone ringing)

Victor: Excuse me one second. I need to answer this.

Adam: You--you do like opera, Abby?

Abby: When I don't have to listen to it.

Adam: You don't like opera? Really? Come on. You call yourself a Newman? I've been thinking, me and you--we got a lot in common. You know, um, neither of us knew that Victor was our dad at first.

Abby: Yeah, but you didn't find out till you were older than me.

Adam: True. But, uh, at least that won't be a problem for the new baby, right? What are you hoping for, boy or girl?

Abby: Either one.

Adam: You're not gonna be jealous if it's a girl?

Abby: Why should I be?

Adam: Okay, well, listen, just in case you are, um... I want you to know that you can come talk to me about it. In fact, I want you to feel like you can, you know, talk to me about anything. I'd like us to be friends, not just brother and sister, you know?

Abby: Okay.

Victor: So, have you persuaded Abby on the merits of opera?

Adam: Uh, no, not yet. Although, I'm willing to give it a shot, if she is.

Abby: Uh, let me get back to you on that. I have some algebra homework I have to go finish up.

Victor: All right, Sweetheart. I'm so glad you came out to dinner.

Adam: Well, it's the thought that counts, right?

Victor: Yes, Adam, it is, indeed.

Eden: She's out.

Noah: Oh, yeah? I swear, it's like she knows when I touch you.

Eden: Well... here. Better?

Noah: It's worth a shot.

(Knock on door)

Eden: Hold on.

Sharon: Eden? You're the babysitter? Oh. Well, now I know why you disappeared.

Noah: Look, don't make a big deal out of this, please.

Sharon: Is that the only reason you came here to see me tonight? So that you could get invited here?

Noah: No. I told you I was sorry about this morning.

Sharon: And why should I believe anything you say?

Noah: Oh, yeah, 'cause you're so reliable.

Eden: Please, stop.

Sharon: The two of you are not allowed to be together.

Noah: Why? Why? 'Cause someone slipped extra books into her shopping bag? It wasn't even her shopping bag. She was holding it for us.

Sharon: We will talk about it when we get home.

Noah: Which home? Where are you sleeping tonight? Do you even know?

Sharon: Noah!

Eden: No, just go.

Noah: No, no, I'm sick of this, okay? You treat me like I'm a juvenile delinquent. I get good grades. I don't do drugs, I'm not our partying every night. I mean, you're the one who's out of control. Just 'cause your life's a mess, doesn't mean you can take over mine.

Billy: I know I said I wanted you there tomorrow, but if you're too uncomfortable, I understand.

Colleen: I will be there. Because I have to bring the getaway car just in case.

Billy: Bye.

Colleen: Bye.

Ashley: See ya. Here's some dessert. Sorry, I took a bite.

Billy: Oh.

Ashley: Are you sticking around?

Billy: No, sorry.

Ashley: We never even had a chance to talk. What about breakfast tomorrow?

Billy: Sounds good.

Ashley: Okay. I'll be the one with the three plates of food in front of her, you know?

Jack: Hey. You're not leaving?

Sharon: Yeah. Uh, you don't want the matron of honor to fall over from exhaustion, do you?

Jack: Thank you for stepping up for Chloe. She doesn't have a lot of friends in this town.

Sharon: Really.

Jack: Hey, we'll have fun. I'll be right across the aisle from you, with Billy.

Sharon: Yay. Um... you wanna walk me out?

Jack: Sure.

Sharon: Bye, Billy.

Billy: Good night. See you tomorrow.

Chloe: Okay, we're, uh, we're gonna head out.

Esther: Yeah, Chloe's gonna stay with me tonight.

Ashley: Oh, that's right. Because the groom can't see the bride before the wedding.

Chloe: Well, we didn't do anything else traditional, so I'm just throwing Mom a bone.

Billy: I'm gonna miss you.

Chloe: I'll miss you, too. See you at the altar.

Billy: I'll be there.

Esther: Bye, Billy.

Ashley: Yeah, I'll see you.

Murphy: "Kenaf"? That's not a word.

Kay: It certainly is.

Murphy: You're cheating. You're using the dictionary.

Kay: It says, "A tropical Asiatic plant." Don't tell me. This is educational.

(Knock on door)

Kay: What are you talking about?

Murphy: Oh, yeah, you're teaching me how to cheat. Come on in.

Jill: Is she here?

Kay: Well, this is a surprise.

Jill: Nice place.

Kay: All the comforts of home.

Murphy: Can I, uh, get you something to drink?

Jill: Uh, no, thank you, I won't be staying. I just, um... Brock asked me to come.

Kay: To give you a second chance? That's very brave of you, Jill. No, I-I mean that. It must frighten you. The thought that I... I really am who I say I am.

Jill: You know how much I wanted to believe that. Christmas Day?

Kay: Little foggy.

Jill: When you surprised me at the house? You don't remember that?

Kay: No, no, everything's a little...

Murphy: Because of the concussion from the explosion. And the long term stuff-- that's coming back more and more.

Jill: Yeah, as Nikki coaches her.

Kay: No, uh, no, because of the antibiotics. Brock didn't tell you? I've been diagnosed with Lyme Disease, Jill.

Murphy: Here, look at this. It says that Lyme Disease untreated causes lapses in memory. That's what's wrong with your mother.

Jill: You have a circular rash, huh?

Kay: I don't recall.

Murphy: They fade with time. And then, look, not everyone gets 'em.

Jill: And dizziness, headaches, joint pain? Did you ever complain about any of these things to your doctors before today?

Kay: I survived a car crash. I thought aches and pains were simply normal.

Jill: You just have an answer for everything.

Murphy: No, no, no, it was Brock who first brought it up.

Jill: And you jumped all over it, didn't you?

Murphy: Yeah, sure.

Jill: Yeah. You really did your homework. You told her exactly what to say and how to say it. In fact, you're probably the one behind all this.

Kay: Don't you dare.

Jill: What's the matter? Did I hit a little too close to home?

Kay: You have no right to go after Murphy that way.

Jill: Don't I? Isn't he your partner in crime?

Kay: That's enough.

Murphy: Hold on, hold on, Katherine. Look, I can understand Jill being skeptical. She's been conned before. But if you look at the blood test the doctor did, you'll see she has Lyme antibodies in her system.

Jill: Well, that doesn't prove anything. Marge could have Lyme Disease. She could have injected herself on purpose.

Kay: Listen to yourself! Do you realize how ridiculous you sound?

Murphy: Don't you want your mother back? Isn't that what you've been praying for?

Jill: That's what you counted on! That I would be so desperate with grief, I would buy anything, just like Nikki and Esther id.

Kay: And Paul and Brock and Victor and Nicholas--

Jill: I don't care how many people are in your fan club! You don't fool me! And neither do you, by the way. What do you want anyway? You want the keys to the mansion? You want a golden ticket--

Kay: Jill, I'm warning you-- I'm warning you!

Jill: I'm warning you! All the two of you are gonna get out of this is matching prison jumpsuits. So give it up, Murphy, or I'll personally have you thrown in jail. Although, it would be trading up.

Kay: All right, that's it. That's it. No, I've had it. You sicken me, do you know that? I mean, sneering at-- at Murphy here, who is one of the kindest human beings I have ever known. This home has made me warm and has made me safe, even when my own daughter turned me out! All your wealth and power-- your gorgeous mansion-- what has it done for you? Has it made you happy? Kinder? More loving? Secure? No, it has not! It has made you the vindictive, paranoid, spoiled bitch you are, and I am ashamed!

Jill: Well, gee, that really cuts me to the quick.

Kay: You--you have no idea of the poison you are spreading, do you? You're pushing everyone away.

Jill: Everyone, meaning you?

Kay: Oh, not just me. Your son, your granddaughter. Oh, Esther told me what you did to Billy. Forcing--no--forcing him out of his father's company so you could take charge?

Jill: I don't need you to tell me how to run the company, Moth--

Kay: Mother?

Jill: Marge! Marge! Stay away from my family, okay? And stay away from the wedding tomorrow.

Kay: Well, as I understand, we're more welcome than you are.

Murphy: All right, all right, that's close enough.

Kay: I'm coming back, Jill. Oh, yes, I'm coming back to... my family, my company, my home. And there's not one damned thing you can do about it!

Chloe: Oh, goodness! It's really happening!

Esther: Tomorrow, you walk do this aisle and become Mrs. Billy Abbott. I'm gonna warm up her bottle.

Chloe: Okay. You're just taking it all in stride, aren't you? You think things like this happen to everyone? Well, they don’t. No, not to me, at least. One more night. Then mommy's gonna marry daddy.

Sharon: Almost ready for another vodka tonic. But I want two limes this time.

Billy: Hey, Max! I need, friend, to set me up. All right. Maxie. Maxie. Maxie. (Imitates crowd cheering) Thanks.

Eden: Can you believe it? No more crying babies.

Noah: Yeah, or annoying mothers.

Eden: Finally alone.

Woman: What'll you have?

Noah: Two hot chocolates, please.

Woman: Be right back.

Noah: I'm sure! We just can't get a minute alone.

Eden: It's a conspiracy.

Noah: I-I think it is. We--we should get out of here. Find someplace nobody knows us.

Eden: You're not talking about running away.

Noah: No, no, like, um... taking a break. Like a vacation.

Eden: Where?

Noah: I don't know. Let me think.

Eden: Well...

Noah: Oh! That's not actually helping me think.

Eden: No?

Woman: Got your drinks.

Noah: I'm thinking fast.

Victor: Well, your mood seems to have improved.

Adam: Yeah, well, you know, the opera will do that for you.

Victor: Mm-hmm. I have a feeling there's more to it than that.

Adam: Look, uh, I know I don't necessarily show it much, but I want you to know I do appreciate what you've done for me. And I'm gonna use this opportunity. You know, bounce back.

Victor: Good. Glad you feel that way, Adam.

Adam: Uh, well, I think I'll turn in.

Victor: Need any help?

Adam: No, no, this--this part I Got down.

Victor: All right.

Adam: Good night, Dad.

Victor: Good night, Adam.

[Adam leaves the room and goes up the stairs half way and waits]

Murphy: Don't you have somewhere else to be?

Jill: I am not finished.

Kay: Oh, yes, you are, you just don't know it. Wait until Brock's D.N.A. test.

Jill: Yeah, it'll prove you're a fraud.

Kay: And if it doesn't? What's left for you? You've pushed your sons aside. Rejected me. Alienated every friend and lover you've ever had. Your money and power-- that's all gone.

Jill: Do I look worried?

Kay: Well, you should be. Now, go home. Esther's busy planning the wedding, and, um, I'd like you to get our room ready. I like cut flowers and, uh, have some mints put on the pillow.

Jill: The two of you in my mother's room? Over my dead body.

Kay: Don't tempt me, Jill. Now leave before I have you arrested for trespassing.

Murphy: Hey. Remind me to stay on your good side.

Kay: I know. She just brings out the worst in me.

Murphy: Listen, maybe we should rethink the whole going to the wedding idea.

Kay: What?

Murphy: You don't wanna cause a scene.

Kay: Murphy, Kate is Esther's daughter, my namesake. Now I promised her I would go, and I am going. And besides, that wedding is in my home. And by tomorrow, my friend, Jill and everyone else is going to know that is the home of Katherine Chancellor! My home!

Ashley: You know, I actually started feeling a little sorry for Jill tonight.

Jack: Are you kidding me?

Ashley: I said a little. She's worried about Billy. She's knows he's not ready for marriage.

Jack: It'll be good for him.

Ashley: You can't honestly believe that.

Jack: Yes, I do believe that. I think it's exactly what he needs right now-- a little structure, a little responsibilities. It's time to leave that playboy lifestyle behind.

Ashley: Isn't that what you said about your first marriage? Now tell me, how did that work out for you again?

Chloe: Oh, did she go down?

Esther: Mm-hmm.

Chloe: Great.

Esther: You excited?

Chloe: I've always felt like an outsider in this house. And tomorrow, Billy Abbott is going to stand next to me and make me his wife.

Esther: It's everything you deserve, honey. You better get some rest.

Chloe: I know. I will. You go on up.

Chloe: Billy... I'm going make you so happy. You just don't know it yet.

[Billy is in Sharon’s room. They are on the bed]

Billy: (Laughs)

Sharon: (Giggles) Whoo!

Billy: Yeah! Come here.

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

Sharon: Get out of my purse!

Phyllis: No, I'm looking for those ceramic monkeys.

Man: All set?

Chloe: Billy?

Jill: What are you gonna do about it? Don't you dare!

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