Y&R Transcript Wednesday 4/22/09

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 4/22/09 -- Canada; Thursday 4/23/09 -- U.S.A.


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Billy: First checkup, and not a peep. Dr. Palumbo was very impressed.

Chloe: Well, that's because our daughter is very impressive, just like her mama-- oh, her mama who is very late to work. Ugh. You know, I want to take her in to work today. Would you mind? I want to show her off.

Billy: Works for me. I was hoping to deal with some new acquisitions tonight.

Chloe: Okay, sounds like a plan.

Billy: (Scoffs) You know, if Cane were still on his custody kick, he'd be eating this stuff up. Mom and Dad off on their separate ways, going to work. Families are supposed to be at home.

Chloe: Well, you know what? Nick and Phyllis-- they're at work with each other every day, and their marriage is perfect, which means ours is too, right?

Billy: Yep, sure does.

Phyllis: Do you have any ideas for the next issue, any of us? You know, something?


Nick: Yeah, why don't we take a break?

Phyllis: All right.

Nick: Maybe, uh, clear our heads. Something might come to us.

Phyllis: All right, okay.

Nick: (Sighs) You know, going to that Earth day at Summer's school really put us behind.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know. I know, but she was very excited to see us there. And who knows? Maybe--maybe something good for this issue can come out of it.

Nick: Yeah, we could go with the whole environmental thing. You know, hit 'em with the-- the carbon footprint stats, groundwater pollution, ocean dead zones.

Phyllis: Or not. I mean, I just think, you know, when--when times are tough like they are now, um, people crave something good. You know what I mean? They crave fairy tales, happily ever after. It makes them forget about how messed, you know, messed up things are.

Nick: Well, people may want the fairy tale, but sooner or later, we all have to face the facts, right? And doesn't false hope make the letdown that comes in the end that much harder to take?

Phyllis: (Scoffs)

Lily: Really? Okay, that's great. Um, yeah, I have to just run a quick errand, and then I will be right there. Oh, my fiancé's gonna be so surprised and excited. We both are. Thank you so much. Thank you. Okay, bye.

Cane: So, uh, was that my replacement at Chancellor?

Kay: (Laughs) Uh, if you have changed your mind, I'll pretend, um, you never resigned.

Cane: It is a generous offer, but, uh, I need to make a fresh start, and I couldn't be happier.

Kay: Well, I'm glad to hear that. Too bad your mother can't find, uh, the joy in her decisions that she's been making.

Cane: Yeah. (Sighs) Well, it's much of a muchness. Oh, it's what we say in Australia. It means you two are alike, you know, you and Mom.

Kay: "Much of a muchness."

Cane: Mm.

Kay: Hmm, I like that. There's, uh, some truth in that. We share the same weaknesses.

Cane: I would say you share more strengths than weaknesses, but if you miss her and you want her a part of your life, you'll find a way.

Kay: Well, I think that's Jill's decision as much as it is mine, and if she wants a relationship, all she has to do is call.

Jill: Cane.

Cane: Hey, Mom.

Jill: I'll get us a table. Don't be long. You know I hate to be kept waiting.

Cane: Okay.

Sharon: I'm not really hungry.

Jack: So keep me company. Come on, we both know when you're stressed, you forget to eat.

Sharon: I, uh, I had brunch with my mom earlier. After that, I felt like I could take on the world.

Jack: Something happened between then and now?

Sharon: Well, just... I don't know. Sometimes I-I just don't feel like I'm in the mood to see other people and...

Jack: You don't owe a damn thing to anyone. You're only as strong as you allow yourself to be. That's the voice of experience talking. You know I have been where you are. Hey, look at me. Do this for yourself. I'll be waiting at the bar. Meet me there.

Sharon: Okay.

Jack: Good girl.

Sharon: Jack.

Jack: Don't think. Just trust me. I know you can do this. See you downstairs.

Phyllis: Okay, maybe fantasy isn't the way to go. All right. But, um, we definitely should go with the--the, um, aspect of--of things that make people happy, like video games and country music.

Nick: Hmm. Those things make you happy.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Nick: We need something more universal.

Phyllis: Okay, um, babies. Babies make people happy, and the internet is filled with videos of babies doing really cute things, like taking their first steps and laughing and...

Nick: Kids and puppies...

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Nick: The old clichés.

Phyllis: Yeah, they're clichés, but they still work.

Nick: Everything has a shelf life.

Phyllis: No, it doesn’t.

Nick: Yeah, yeah, I'm right. Name me one thing that's lasted.

Phyllis: Blue jeans. Ice cream.

Nick: That's two things.

Phyllis: Thanksgiving. Christmas.

Nick: Thanksgiving's more of an American tradition.

Phyllis: Easter.

Nick: Perhaps something secular like New Year’s Eve.

Phyllis: (Scoffs) Beethoven’s Fifth, "Brahms' Lullaby," "God Bless... America."

Nick: Hmm.

Phyllis: Never mind.

Nick: (Sighs)

Phyllis: (Sighs) Ooh, now this is kind of difficult, isn't it? It never used to be that difficult.

Nick: All right, let's get back to work.

Kay: Hi, Darling.

(Makes kissing sound)

Joe Jr.: Katherine.

Kay: Oh, you really thought you were gonna get rid of me today, didn't you?

Joe Jr.: Yeah, I did, but I'm glad you're back so I could thank you for Marge's memorial service. You know, it was a real good thing you did for her.

Pearl: For all of us.

Kay: Aw.

Joe Jr.: Okay, let-- e-enough of the sap. Come on, Pearl, order up. Let's go.

Pearl: (Laughs)

Kay: (Laughs) Oh, dear.

Nikki: Well, Katherine, I hope you're ready to make lots of decisions, because I have plenty of pictures of cakes and bouquets...

Kay: Hmm.

Mac: Oh, and, um, Amber and I haven't had a chance to coordinate our bridesmaids' dresses, but you should probably pick a palette first anyway.

Kay: By the way, would you, uh, do the honor of standing up with me?

Nikki: Oh, Katherine, I would love to, but what about Jill? I mean, don't you want her to?

Kay: Well, I-I didn't-- I-I didn't expect she would, so no.

Jill: You dropped the custody case?

Cane: Yeah, it was one of the hardest things I've ever done, but it was the right thing to do, 'cause Chloe and Billy should raise their own daughter.

Jill: (Sighs)

Cane: I gotta tell you, Mom, all that anger was just weighing me down, and it feels so good to be free of it. Why don't you give that a try?

Jill: Make peace with the queen of Genoa City? No, I don't think so. There's too much bad blood between us. No, I've given up on her. That's impossible.

Cane: It doesn't have to be. Lily and I went through hell, and now guess what? We just set our wedding date.

Jill: (Gasps)

Cane: May 15th.

Jill: Oh, Sweetheart, that's wonderful. Congratulations.

Cane: Thank you, and as impossible as it seemed, we're back together. Billy and Chloe are married and starting a family, and Grandma is back from the dead. So the impossible is possible, Mom, if you just want it to be.

Jack: Thanks.

Jack: Ms. Benson. And what have you done for my image today?

Mary Jane: Mm, ask me tomorrow. I'm off the clock. How about you? On your own tonight?

Jack: Are you just making easy conversation, or should I consider that an invitation?

Mary Jane: No invitation intended. May I get a scotch on the rocks, please?

Jack: Oh, excuse me.

Jack: There you are. I was starting to wonder.

Sharon: Um, yeah. I, uh, I changed my mind back and forth so many times, I was beginning to wonder myself. It's just a little bit strange for me being here, thinking everybody knows what I did.

Jack: In this town, we all know something about everyone. You know what I know? I am very proud to be seen with you here tonight. Here we go. And remember, no one is looking.

Sharon: Oh, yes, they are.

Jack: If they are, they're staring at me, wondering how it is I'm out with the most beautiful woman in town.

Cane: (Sighs)

Jill: You know, I wish you had taken Katherine up on her offer. If you were still with the company, maybe you could have found a way to force the old fool out.

Cane: I've made my decision. I have no regrets.

Jill: I got plenty enough for both of us.

Sharon: How could you miss it, Jack? They completely snubbed me-- Jill and Cane. It was deliberate.

Jack: I am back at Jabot. They are gone. If there was a snub, believe me, it was aimed at me.

Sharon: I feel all eyes on me. I know it, and you see it, too.

Jack: No, what I see is a woman I'm crazy about being very brave. Look, the people you love, the people that matter, know who you are. Everyone else is meaningless.

Sharon: I can't believe that I was so self-righteous every time you did something wrong, and now here I am, a thief.

Jack: Believe me, it's gonna take a long time for you to catch up with my long list of misdeeds. If you're nice, I'll give you a lesson.

Sharon: (Laughs) Jack!

Jack: The way things were going, I wasn't sure I was ever gonna get to see you laugh again.

Sharon: I had no idea that I would wake up one day to find that... you're the best friend I have in the world.

Pearl: Now that's my idea of a wedding dress.

Nikki: Mm-hmm.

Pearl: You'd look amazing.

Kay: Oh, Pearl, for heaven's sakes. Please, I'd look like a mutton dressed up as a lamb.

Nikki: Oh.

Kay: No, Amber is designing my--my outfit, my dress.

Nikki: Really?

Kay: Yeah, really.

Nikki: And Murphy’s tux, too?

Kay: Oh, dear God in heaven, no.

Nikki: (Laughs)

Kay: I mean, that poor man is so stressed about having to wear a suit and a tie and all the excitement. I've just decided that our wedding is not going to be that.

Nikki: Oh. Well, then what kind of wedding is it going to be? Just so I can tell the caterers.

Kay: Oh, the caterer's all taken care of.

Joe Jr.: Hey, Pearl, move it. How long you gonna-- are you hens gonna take up that table?

Kay: (Chuckles) That's the caterer.

Nikki: You're kidding. Joe?

Kay: Mm.


Mac: And that's the smile I've seen on three continents.

Nikki: (Laughs) Yes, it's a bride's smile. Hard to miss it, isn't it?

Mac: Weddings and babies.

Kay: (Laughs)

Mac: They're always there to remind you that life goes on.

Kay: Oh, that's true, isn't it?

Nikki: Yeah, weddings and babies.

Kay: That expression on your face is the same all over the world. I mean, you have, what, a brilliant idea?

Nikki: Um, it-- it's just a work thing. Don't--don't worry about it right now.

Kay: Well, there's no reason you-- well, there's no reason you shouldn't go ahead with it. The-- while the iron is hot, go.

Nikki: You're absolutely right. Excuse me, Mackenzie.

Mac: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: I've gotta go. Um, now, Katherine.

Kay: Hmm?

Nikki: Don't be surprised if you get a phone call from the magazine.

Kay: What, again?

Nikki: Okay, I'll take to you later. Bye.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Mac: Queen of the "Restless Style" covers.

Kay: Oh, Dear, Dear, Dear, who can blame them?

Jimmy: Setting a record tonight?

Billy: I am a businessman, Jimmy.

Billy: Ugh, and new acquisitions are on the agenda, and I need to acquire a new shot pronto.

Jimmy: (Sighs)

Billy: And your lovely hand in marriage.

Jimmy: You're not my type. Besides, last I heard, you were taken.

Billy: With you, only with you, Dear Jimmy, and this lovely place, my home sweet home away from home. This is the only place in town where I can just come and kick back, nobody to bother me, nobody to kill the buzz. Just you and me and our beautiful, beer-soaked, broken-down asylum. Ha!

Billy: Jimmy...

(Taps shot glass on bar)

Chloe: So this is the vibe that I was thinking about.

Phyllis: Vibe? For--for what?

Chloe: Uh, for the summer spread that we were talking about. You know, couples in love, bathing suits, can't keep their eyes off of each other. Hello?

Phyllis: Um, yeah, h-hello. I-I'm thinking of this issue right now, actually, not the summer.

Chloe: Okay, so then do we have a theme yet, or...

Phyllis: Um, we've-- we've been working on that.


Chloe: Okay. (Whispering) Is there any room for me in there?

Nikki: Nicholas, Phyllis, do we have a theme for our next issue?

Nick: Nothing we're too excited about yet.

Nikki: I just came from talking with two lovely ladies about the things that make us happy.

Phyllis: Oh, wait a second.

Nick: Hmm.

Phyllis: That's what, uh, Nick and I were just talking about, the things that make us happy.

Nick: Yeah, we can't find one happy thing that we agree on.

Nikki: But you would agree that it's worth celebrating in general, right? Happiness, true love?

Nick: So true love is your idea for the next issue.

Phyllis: I-I don't know if that's gonna work, uh, true love.

Nikki: Oh, it will work. It will work if we make it our wedding issue.

Chloe: Ooh, weddings! I love weddings. Who doesn't love weddings? Weddings are the best.

Lily: Yeah, especially this time of year.

Nikki: See?

Chloe: Yeah, and I will totally lend you pictures from my own, because I know that that cake fight alone will sell out in the first printing.

Nikki: Oh, boy.

Chloe: It's gonna be great. I think that's great.

Cane: You know, I thought you'd be home with your wife and your baby tonight.

Billy: If you want to call child services, then just go ahead. Delia is with Chloe, and the kid is as loved as she gets.

Cane: Billy, listen, man, what you do in your evenings is none of my business. I did the right thing in the custody trial. I'm not gonna change my mind.

Billy: Well, in that chase, Jimmy, pour the man a shot, unless you want to get back there and make-- I know you used to be a bartender. (Laughs) That's right.

Cane: You know what? Actually, this place reminds me of somewhere I used to work, which means just like you, Billy, I'm a big fan of Jimmy's place, right, Jimmy?

Billy: Hey, Buddy, don't you forget who the king of the kingdom is around here. This is Billy's world, right, Jimmy? Everybody else, they're just visiting.

Cane: (Laughs)

Phyllis: That is a great decision, but, uh, you know what? A-a bridal issue...

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: It takes months to prep. It's really expensive.

Nick: And the way the economy's been, you know, going over the top and expensive, I...

Phyllis: Yeah.

Nikki: No, no, no, no, no. That's the beauty of it. Our issue is going to be about the basics, the heart of a wedding, the bride, the groom, the--the coming together of family, making it a day to remember. And--and we'll cover all different kinds of weddings. We--we can do a small country wedding, a big city cathedral, and brides come in all varieties, too. I happen to personally know an 80-year-old who's about to walk down the aisle, and Katherine is a great selling point for us.

Lily: See, I'd love an issue like that, 'cause that'd help me to plan my wedding.

Nikki: Lily, have you and Cane set a date?

Lily: Yeah, uh, May 15th.

Nikki: Oh, Honey, congratulations.

Lily: Thanks.

Chloe: That didn't take long.

Nikki: Your wedding could be a great opportunity for photos if you have decided to return to modeling.

Lily: Um, yeah.

Chloe: I-I didn't know that you were modeling again.

Lily: Well, that's actually why I came by, to see when you wanted me to start.

Nikki: Oh, that's great news. It's settled.

Chloe: Oh, well, great. Then I guess I'll, uh, I'll be your stylist again, huh?

Phyllis: Huh, don't let that color your opinion.

Nikki: (Claps hands) Oh, this is so exciting! No, it--it--it's all about hope and joy, the bride and groom, the family, making something that's going to last a lifetime.

Cordelia: (Crying)

Chloe: Shh, shh, shh, shh. And you hate this idea, both of you, don't you?

Phyllis: No. No, no, I-I like it.

Nick: Yeah, I-I-I actually think this is, uh, just what we're looking for.

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah, I think it's really, really great. Perfect.

Sharon: Oh, I forgot about that one.

Jack: I thought I was gonna get my head handed to me.

Sharon: Oh.

Jack: What?

Sharon: I just forgot, you know, how it must look laughing in public when we should be miserable right now.

Jack: Will you stop worrying about what other people think? Look, my image was so bad, we had to hire someone, a professional. Yeah. Be happy you don't need her.

Sharon: And you do?

Jack: It's strictly professional.

Sharon: Really? Seems like it's more, or you want it to be. Why not have some fun?

Jack: I'm having all the fun I can deal with right now. Besides, Mary Jane is married. We're working together. I'm not that interested.

Sharon: What's wrong?

Jack: (Sighs) It just kind of snuck up on me, uh, the date on the check.

Sharon: The date?

Jack: April 23rd. Two years ago today, we were married.

Sharon: Seems like a million years ago.

Jack: Somehow, at the same time, it seems like yesterday.

Sharon: I never thought we'd end up like this.

Jack: I am so grateful you are still a part of my life.

Sharon: As grateful as I am that you're a part of mine.

Cane: (Laughs)

Jimmy: I don't believe you. Are you kidding me?

Billy: Hey, back off, Mate.

Cane: Whoa.

Billy: Me and Jimmy-- we got a thing. Don't we, Sweetheart?

Cane: Oh, all right. No worries. No worries. No worries. No worries. All right, okay, hey, listen, Jimmy, thank you for your time.

Jimmy: Well, you must be crazy, but crazy's just fine with me.

Cane: Hey.

Billy: Okay, bye, bye, bye.

Cane: All right, I'm going. I'm going. I'm going. You have a good night, alright?

Billy: Go.

Cane: All right, cool.

Billy: Go. Jimmy, so help me, if you hire "Crocodile Dundee," we're through. Done.

Jimmy: Well, I didn't hire him, but he--

Billy: Well, as long as he's not on the payroll...

[Cell phone rings]

Cane: Hey, Chloe, it's me.

Chloe: Uh, what--what's up?

Cane: Hey, listen, I'm down at Jimmy's bar, and, uh, Billy's here. Um, someone might want to come down and give him a lift home.

Chloe: Okay, yeah, thanks-- thanks for letting me know. What are we going to do with your daddy?

Lily: So we're thinking about a traditional wedding, but nothing's decided yet.

Chloe: We gotta go. Sorry.

Lily: Actually, you know what? I have to go, too. I have to pick up a surprise for Cane, so can we talk about this later?

Nikki: Yeah, sure, especially if this surprise of yours works with the issue?

Lily: Yeah. Thanks.

Nikki: Okay. Um, just give me a call when you can, okay?

Lily: Okay.

Nikki: Good night.

Lily: Night.

Nick: Hey, uh, you got a minute?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Nick: I want to talk to you about, uh, setting up a regular visiting schedule with Summer.

Phyllis: Shh. This is our own personal business, you know? I don't want this published. A schedule? Y-you're acting like this is an official separation. Are--I didn't think that we were there. Are we?

Nick: Well, I just want to make sure Summer knows I'm gonna be there for her. It's not about us.

Phyllis: No, definitely not, but... I just-- I'm confused, because we were at that Earth day celebration, and we were having a really good time, you know, laughing like a family, and--and now you are acting like this. What happened? What changed?

Nick: Phyllis, nothing changed. We're still exactly where we've been all along.

Kay: Well, I really wish Amber could have been here. I'm--I am so looking forward to the two of you becoming friends, good friends.

Mac: It's been great meeting everybody that you love, grandma, and I've had so much fun spending time, but I really have some job applications I want to get in before it's too late.

Kay: J--applications? Well...

Mac: Yeah.

Kay: Chancellor Foundations can pay you a decent salary.

Mac: (Chuckles) No, thank you. I'm sure the foundation knows more than enough people who could use every penny.

Kay: Mm-hmm, stubborn, willful.

Mac: I wonder where I get that from.

Kay: (Laughs)

Mac: I'll see you back at the house.

Kay: Drive carefully.

Mac: I will.

Kay: Joe!

(Clears throat)

Joe Jr.: What's up?

Kay: I just had a wonderful idea of what we're going to serve. Uh, hamburger, the little-- sliders, right? Hamburger sliders and milk shakes in juice glasses.

Joe Jr.: Sliders and milk shakes-- that's what you want me to serve you at your wedding?

Kay: Mm-hmm

Joe Jr.: I thought all you rich people had better taste than that.

Pearl: If she did, then you wouldn't be catering.

Joe Jr.: Oh, ho ho ho.

Kay: (Laughs)

Pearl: (Laughs) Hi, Hon. You just take a seat. I'll be right with you.

Kay: (Laughs)

Jill: I had to pull teeth with your new assistant for her to tell me where you were.

Kay: Well, I will speak to her. I'm glad you tracked me down.

Jill: Yeah, well, um... (Sighs) I just had a long talk with Cane. (Sighs) It's very important to him that you and I come to some sort of détente with each other.

Kay: I don't see why not.

Jill: He gave up custody, so Billy could raise Delia.

Kay: Well, Jill, I want all my children, my grandchildren and everyone I know and love to find some way to get along.

Jill: Speaking of grandchildren, um, have you spent much time with Mac?

Kay: Yeah, well, uh, you didn't see her? She just left. It's wonderful to have her back, and, uh, I'm thrilled to pieces she's gonna be part of the wedding.

Jill: What wedding? You're planning a wedding with Murphy?

Kay: Is there a problem?

Jill: Oh, no, no problem. My life is in shreds, and you just shrug it off to move on down the aisle. Thank you. Thank you for the love and concern, Mom.

Chloe: (Clears throat) Billy.

Billy: I know that voice. Why are you here? Who let you in here? And with Delia? Seriously? What are you doing?

Chloe: Why? What's the problem? I mean, you're here. No one's smoking. Why not?

Billy: Oh, you are so lucky that Cane's not still here. He would rat us out to the baby police so fast. Now you--you guys-- you gotta go. Just go. Get out. Tell 'em, Jimmy.

Jimmy: It's Billy's world.

Chloe: Oh. Oh.

Billy: That's right, it's Billy's world, and Billy is sitting here celebrating our victory in court.

Chloe: Okay, "Our" Victory? All by yourself?

Billy: It's Billy's world.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: Look, Honey, I cooked.

Cane: (Laughs)

Lily: (Laughs)

Cane: And here I was gonna take you out to dinner, 'cause I have some news.

Lily: (Laughs) Really?

Cane: Yes, I do.

Lily: So do I.

Cane: All right.

Lily: (Sighs)

Cane: What's your news?

Lily: Okay, well, it's not that big...

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Lily: But I got a new job.

Cane: (Gasps)

Lily: I've gone back to modeling, and this time, for "Restless Style," and I said that they could shoot our wedding for the next issue.

Cane: Anything that makes you happy is fine with me.

Lily: Okay, thank you. Thank you. I just had no idea what I was gonna do after I got turned down from that job at the bar, but then everything just worked out, so...

Cane: Okay, okay, speaking of Jimmy's bar--

Lily: Oh, oh, wait. Hold that thought. I'm not finished.

Cane: What, th--there's more?

Lily: It's your engagement gift.

Cane: Oh.

Lily: So first, I thought of a nice watch. Then I thought of this!

Cane: (Laughs)

Lily: Look!

Cane: Oh, she is cute. Hey, cutie.

Lily: Actually, it--it's a he, but, um, there's this amazing animal rescue group right here in Genoa City, and don't you love him?

Cane: Oh, yeah, I do.

Lily: (Laughs)

Cane: He's the perfect addition to our little family.

Lily: I know.

Cane: (Makes kissing sound)

Lily: (Laughs)

Woman: Nick, the runner who has the photographer's book is stuck in traffic. Do you want it first thing, or should he drop it off at your place?

Nick: Yeah, I'm gonna want to see that tonight, so have him drop it off at the ranch at my sister's place.

Woman: I'll let him know.

Nick: Thanks.

Phyllis: (Clears throat) (Sighs) I'm gonna check for a fax.

Nikki: Victoria didn't say anything about that.

Nick: Well, it's, you know, it's just temporary. I've only been there a few nights.

Nikki: I see. So, um, when you leave your sister's, you're going back home?

Nick: I don't know what's gonna happen next, okay? We're having some problems, and we're trying to work through them.

Nikki: Honey, I don't-- I don't mean to pry.


Nick: It's about Sharon, okay? I'm sure that's not a surprise.

Sharon: Thanks for taking me out, Jack. It was really nice.

Jack: My pleasure.

Sharon: Happy anniversary.

Jack: (Chuckles) Happy anniversary.

Sharon: See you soon?

Jack: Yeah.

Jack: So, Mary Jane, I know you're off the clock and everything, but I got a professional question for you. If you had a client that thought the whole world was judging her... you all right?

Mary Jane: Are you out of your mind hugging that woman that way?

Billy: (Groans)

Chloe: Come on. What-- be careful of the baby.

Billy: I'm not that drunk. Just chill, all right?

Chloe: Okay, if you say so. Let's go.

Billy: I do say so, and it's Billy's world.

Chloe: Yes, it's Billy's world, and Billy is king, okay.

Billy: That's right, I'm the king, and this is my home. I love it here.

Chloe: No, no, your home is your home, and maybe if you would give it half a chance, maybe you'd like it.

Jimmy: Nighty night, Lovebirds.

Chloe: Hmm.

Billy: Hey, Jimmy, you gonna miss me?

Jimmy: You bet I will, Kid.

Billy: (Laughs)

Chloe: Okay. Okay, good-bye. Bye. Okay, come on.

Billy: (Groans) Fine, fine. Bye, Jimmy!

Jimmy: Bye.

Chloe: Oh, why, thank you.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Is that the most adorable face, or what?

Cane: Hey. (As Humphrey Bogart in "Casablanca") Here's lookin' at you, Kid.

Lily: (Gasps) That's perfect. We can call him Bogey.

Cane: (Gasps)

Lily: Or no, Humphrey.

Cane: (Normal voice) Humphrey.

Lily: Humphrey.

Cane: Oh, Humphrey, huh?

Lily: Oh, Boo-boo, hi.

Cane: Is that settled? Is it settled?

Lily: It's settled. Oh, he's so cute.

Cane: (Sighs)

Lily: Oh, wait. You never told me your news.

Cane: Well, it's the same as your--your news. I have a new job, and guess who the boss is?

Lily: Are you starting your own business?

Cane: Better. I bought someone else’s. I bought Jimmy's bar.

Lily: What?

Cane: I had so much fun teaching you to mix drinks that day, and I realized how much I miss it. It's a great location, and I like being in charge, and I think that we should have a simple life, 'cause it's time that you and I enjoy ourselves. Hmm? How's that sound?

Lily: Anything that makes you smile like that is fine with me.

Cane: So you approve, huh?

Lily: No!

Cane: No?

Lily: No, I-I mean yes to the bar, yes, but no, Humphrey, uh, he's--

Cane: (Sighs)

Lily: Get--get some newspaper.

Cane: Oh, I think it's too late.

Jimmy: What can I get ya?

Mac: Job application. You're hiring, aren't you?

Jimmy: Not me. The new owner. First thing tomorrow, ask for Cane Ashby.

Mac: Cane?

Jimmy: Yep, he's a great guy. If you can serve 'em up strong and make nice with the customers, can't see why he wouldn't give you a shot. Come back in the A.M.

Mac: You bet. I'll do that.

Jimmy: Good.

Jill: You supposedly just lost a daughter that you say you love, and you just toss it all off without a second thought so you can go skipping down the aisle.

Kay: That is not true.

Jill: Don't tell me-- you asked Nikki to be your matron of honor, didn't you?

Kay: Yes, I did, but because you--

Jill: Yes, you did. No, no, I don't want to hear your excuses.

Kay: Well, I hope you will at least come to the wedding, Jill.

Jill: To watch you marry that bumpkin? Please. Come on, it's one thing for Esther to get duped, but, you, Katherine? Murphy's a loser. Can't wait to trade his trailer for the mansion. (Sighs)

Kay: Don't you ever, dare ever to speak about Murphy in that manner to me again. There is so much goodness in that man that someone as miserable and as vicious as you would never be able to understand.

Jill: Miserable and vicious? That's how you see me?

Kay: When that is the way you behave, yes, that is exactly how I see you.

Jill: Wow. That just about says it all, doesn't it?

Kay: Jill.

Jill: Congratulations, Katherine.

Mary Jane: How can I do what I came here to do when you're off chasing your ex-wife?

Jack: I-is that what this is? Look, she's in some trouble. It's a minor-league scandal. It will all blow over.

Mary Jane: Oh, so now you're the expert.

Jack: I know this much-- my relationship with Sharon is a lot more important to me than any public relations campaign.

Mary Jane: (Sighs) I'm sorry. I know I can be very passionate when work's involved. I just-- I got frustrated suddenly. I started wondering if I was wasting my time when I could be back in New York with my husband.

Jack: Look, I know I don't make it easy, and, yes, I do appreciate the fact that you're passionate about your work. Look, you can double-bill me if there's any fallout from that little hug, okay?

Mary Jane: Fine. I am glad we understand each other, Jack.

Sharon: What is this, Detective?

Wallace: When my men and I were here, we took some things back for evidence. I'm afraid we bagged some of your stuff that clearly belonged to you. My apologies.

Sharon: Oh.

Wallace: Yeah, uh, the rest of the stuff is still down at the station, um, your damaged clothes, other goods, books, um, the porcelain egg, too.

Sharon: I understand. Um, thank you.

Wallace: All right, good night, Mrs. Abbott.

Sharon: Good night.

Sharon: (Sighs) "I'm still in love with you, Nicholas. If there's any chance that you and I could be together again..."

Nick: (Sighs) It's getting late.

Phyllis: Yeah. Um, I just checked on Summer. She's fine. I told her that she could stay up until I got home.

Nick: (Whispering) How would you feel about me, uh, going by there and reading her some books, tucking her in?

Phyllis: That's fine. Why are you whispering now? Your mother already knows everything. I'm fine.

Nick: (Normal voice) Oh, okay. Good.

Phyllis: It's gonna be fine. Just give it time.

Nikki: Hey, mind if I tag along, say good night to the baby?

Nick: Yeah, just grab your stuff. We'll go.

Nikki: Mm-hmm. Oops.

Phyllis: All right, so I have some things to do h-here. Um, I'll--I'll just be a bit. Maybe I'll see you there.

Nick: Yeah, maybe.

Phyllis: Yeah, maybe. Later, Nick.

Nick: Bye.

Phyllis: Bye. (Sighs)

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

Lily: You know our talk...

Cane: Mm.

Lily: About the nursery?

Cane: Yeah.

Lily: Maybe we shouldn't convert it after all.

Kevin: Just let me die! Oh, I just want to die!

Ashley: Hello? Who's there?

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