Y&R Transcript Monday 5/4/09 -- Canada; Tuesday 5/5/09 -- USA
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Jill: Good morning.
Jill: Loved your hangover cure.
Jill: (Laughs) (Whispers) I'm gonna need you to get going, though.
Man: Can’t. You took my mojo.
Jill: (Chuckles) (Normal voice) Well, trust me, I'm gonna make very good use of it.
Jill: (Clicks tongue) Yeah. It's a brand-new day... (Groans) And a brand-new me.
Michael: It was a wonderful wedding.
Kay: Well, almost.
Michael: (Laughs) Jill? Well, a little drama always enlivens things.
Kay: Oh, well, no wonder I've lasted so long.
Kay: How about some tea?
Michael: No, thank you.
Michael: I can't stay. I just wanted to thank you again for contacting the governor on Kevin's behalf, and on your wedding day, no less.
Kay: Mm, well, there would be no wedding, no Katherine Chancellor, were it not for your brother.
Kay: Uh, tell me, have you heard back from the governor?
Michael: His office says he's reviewing my brief.
Kevin: I was just saying that I don't think you should get your hopes up.
Jana: It's too late.
Kevin: Look, pardoning a homicidal maniac would be political suicide.
Jana: You are not homicidal, and you are not a maniac. You're a hero.
Kevin: Thank you.
Jana: And if you don't believe me, just ask them.
Amber: I cannot believe you are really here. Come here.
Daniel: Yeah, hey, welcome home, man.
Jeff: Way to hang in there, Kid.
Kevin: Hi, Mom.
Jana: (Clicks tongue)
Nick: Wow. C.E.O. of Chancellor Industries. You know, I was really hoping we could convince Neil to come back.
Victor: I know, I know, I know, but it's too late now.
Nick: Well, it'll hurt, but there are a lot of good people out of work right now. I'm sure we can find someone to replace him.
Victor: I already have.
Nick: Really? Who'd you have in mind?
Victor: (Sets down glass) I think I never told you how impressed I was with how you ran Newman Enterprises when I was gone. And I was equally impressed with how you dealt with "Restless Style." I thought it was a bad idea. You had a vision. You made it come to fruition. Nothing qualifies one more for a C.O.O. than that.
Nick: (Chuckles) C.-- C.O.O.?
Nick: That's a full-time gig.
Nick: It means I'd have to leave "Restless Style."
Nick: (Sighs) Oh, wow. Uh, I don't want you to think that I don't appreciate this offer, but I'm gonna have to talk to my wife first.
Victor: All right, son. But I want you to know that I intend to hand over the reins of Newman Enterprises to my children, to you and Victoria.
Billy: Hey, Jack, what's the big idea of telling Henderson that I can't approve--?
Billy: (Sighs) There's been another coup.
Ashley: No, I was just looking for some notes Jack made on a proposal I gave him, and here they are.
Billy: Well, at least he takes your ideas seriously.
Ashley: Oh, Sweetie, don't take it personally. Jack hasn't been in charge that long, and you know how annoying he can be. He can be so overbearing in the beginning.
Billy: You know, I've been patient, and I don't like the way that things are shaking out. All those years that you guys weren't at Jabot, I was, and I proved myself to be more than capable. And if he can't see it, then I know somebody else will.
Ashley: What does that mean, Billy?
Jack: Hey, kids. Beautiful day in the neighborhood, ain't it?
Doris: Now when you see that doctor, find out what he can give you for the stress.
Sharon: Um, I don't think he can.
Doris: There's no shame in it, Honey.
Sharon: No, um, I-I don't think that, um, that's not what I mean. I don't think that they can prescribe something for women who are, um, pregnant.
Doris: Oh, Sharon. Are you sure?
Doris: Is Jack the-- (sighs) You don't know who it is, do you? Jack or Nick.
Sharon: Okay, Mom, look. There's--there's a third man, okay? And the worst part of it is, is its Billy Abbott.
Jack: I hear what you're saying, Billy.
Billy: I cannot go from running this company to being your errand boy, Jack.
Jack: We are still in transition.
Billy: Well, your position seems pretty set. C.E.O. And, you-- you're the marketing genius. Where does that leave me?
Jack: I would think you would be very appreciative of the flexibility of your current situation.
Billy: Oh, why is that?
Jack: Because you have a new family.
Billy: Perfect. First, you use my daughter for that magazine article for your image, and then you're gonna use her against me? Really?
Ashley: Okay, kids, slow down. Slow down.
Jack: You made a commitment, Billy. It may take some sacrifice. There will always be work. Delia needs a father right now.
Billy: I can do both. Our father did both.
Jack: Now you're comparing yourself to Dad? No offense, kid--
Billy: Don't you call me a kid, Jack.
Ashley: Time out. Time out. Guys, there's a budget meeting we're supposed to be at right now. Billy?
Jack: We will talk about this later.
Ashley: Come on. Come on.
Billy: Yes, we will.
Jack: Think it through, Billy. Where are your priorities?
Ashley: Be quiet, Jack. Come on.
John: Easy for him to say. You see, son, Jack's always had his priorities quite clear, but look where it's got him.
Billy: Yeah, look. Exactly where he wants to be.
John: No, no, no, Billy. He's no happier than you are. He's got the title and the office, but what does he go home to? Listen, I didn't spend years building this company to give my sons a place to hide from their problems.
Billy: Dad, that's not what I'm doing here.
John: Oh, isn't it?
Billy: I just-- I deserve to be respected.
John: And--and what does Chloe deserve? And Mac?
Billy: You know, I get enough of this from Jack.
Nick: Okay, okay.
Phyllis: Hey, baby. The wedding issue looks great.
Nick: It really does, actually.
Phyllis: Everything we touch turns to gold, you know.
Phyllis: So I missed you at breakfast.
Nick: Yeah, I had to go see my dad.
Phyllis: I'm not gonna like this, am I?
Nick: He wants me to replace Neil at Newman, full-time.
Michael: Oh, come on. (Claps hands) You didn't start the party without us.
Amber: Hi, Mrs. C.
Kay: How are you?
Amber: Come here. How are you?
Gloria: Hello, Katherine.
Kay: Oh, Kevin, it is so good to see you back where you belong.
Jana: Oh, we are all so very, very thankful.
Kevin: Uh, aren't you supposed to be on a honeymoon?
Kay: Oh, please. After all the months I've spent trying to get back in the house? I don't think so.
Daniel: Where's Murphy?
Kay: Uh, bait and tackle.
Amber: Working? That's how he wanted to spend his first day as a billionaire?
Kay: Well, it was all getting to him, Darling. You know, I mean, being waited on hand and foot.
Amber: Oh, yeah, I mean, that would just be so terrible.
Michael: (Groans) I know. That's so sad.
Kevin: Hey, Michael? Hey, um, what's the-- what's the story with the governor?
Michael: Well, um, I haven't heard yet. I probably won't today.
Kevin: Well, you-- you'll tell me, right? Even if it's bad news?
Michael: Yes, I will tell you even if it's bad news, but even then, there's still a lot we can do. Oh, Jana, here. Oh, here. All right. All right. (Glass clinking) Hey, come on, come on, come on. Attention, please.
Kay: What? What? What?
Michael: Come here. Yes, yes, yes, yes. Uh, thank you. Uh, I would like to make a toast if, uh, you can toast with coffee, to my brother Kevin who fought his way back to us from the dark. He is a loyal friend, a brave warrior, a slayer of demons. To Kevin--
Jeff: Don't forget chipmunks.
(Glass slams down)
Kevin: What the hell? Really?
Jeff: Hey, relax. Nobody called the society for the prevention of cruelty to mascots. Go ahead, big game hunter. (Laughing) Mount that chipmunk head up on the wall.
Kevin: Oh, oh. Oh, so this is a joke to you. You think this is funny?
Michael: Ignore him Kevin. Kevin. Kevin, don't--
Michael: Get him out of here! Go!
Gloria: Go. Go. Go.
Jana: Kevin, ignore him. My God, he's an idiot!
Amber: Oh, look who's here.
Jill: So, um, I didn't really get a chance to congratulate you properly. I hope you and Murphy will be very, very happy.
Kay: Now am I supposed to believe that?
Jill: The only reason I went to your wedding was to wish you well, but, of course, everyone was so ready to assume the worst about me--
Kay: Well, considering your behavior lately and the fact that you were drunk out of your mind--
Jill: Oh, for God sake, I don't need your approval.
Jill: And you don't need mine, considering yesterday, you told me you were happier than you've ever been without me in your life.
Kay: When did I say that?
Jill: No, it's fine. It's fine. You know what? You need a fresh start. I need a fresh start. Good-bye, Katherine.
Jeff: Jill. So did you give any more thought to what we talked about yesterday?
Jill: What? Oh, ye--I've done more than give it thought. I've got a plan.
Jeff: You need some help?
Jill: (Sighs) You know what? I might. Let's get out of here, okay?
Jana: God, that was a stupid comment, you know?
Kevin: Well, I shouldn't have lost it like that. I'm sorry.
Jana: Oh, Darling. You're so hard on yourself.
Michael: Hey, it's Jeff. If you didn't want to kill him, we'd worry.
Kevin: I think we should sell this place.
Kevin: Yeah, go on that cross-country trip we're always talking about. You still game?
Jana: I think that we--
Michael: You know what, Kevin? Why don't you hold off on the big decisions until we've worked things out with the governor, hmm?
Rafe: Adam upstairs?
Estella: Mm-hmm. I hope you can help him. Oh, it's not good for him to be in this environment-- so much tension.
Rafe: Mm, between him and his father.
Estella: No, they're doing better now.
Rafe: Well, then what's the tension? Oh, Ashley, hi.
Ashley: Hi, Rafe. You here to see Adam?
Rafe: Right. Just paying a little house call. Excuse me.
Ashley: What is it, Estella?
Estella: That's the picture I was looking for of Victor and Sabrina the night she died.
Ashley: Yes, it is.
Estella: So you had it all the time.
Ashley: I didn't have it. I found it.
Ashley: In my closet, along with these receipts showing that the dress and the earrings that were in my room the night of my birthday were purchased with my credit card. What do you have to say for yourself, Estella?
Rafe: You've followed the rules to the letter, shown remorse. I can make a strong case for having your sentence shortened. A couple months, you could go free.
Adam: Free? Yeah, of the ankle bracelet, maybe. Not from darkness.
Rafe: You could make a good life for yourself, Adam, you know, with Victor's help and--
Adam: What, you mean with his charity, right? You know, uh, Nick was over here earlier today. Victor went on about how he wants Nick and Victoria to one day run the family empire. (Scoffs) You see, they're-- they're his children. I'm just some stray dog that he took in.
Rafe: He doesn't see it that way.
Adam: I could have earned his respect back in spite of everything I did, but not now. The way he sees the world-- survival of the fittest. (Sighs) A blind man doesn't stand a chance.
Doris: Does Jack know about you and Billy?
Sharon: Oh, no, Mom. God, no. Can you imagine how he would feel about that?
Doris: You might not ever have to tell him if it's Nick's child.
Sharon: (Sighs) If it's Nick's baby--
Doris: That's what you're hoping for? Oh, Sharon, you have to find out. You can't put it off. The stress will eat you alive.
Sharon: I've already hurt so many people.
Doris: What's done is done. Hiding from the truth won't help anyone, least of all your baby.
Sharon: Mm. Well, you know what? I'm gonna tell Nick first.
Sharon: I don't know. Now? I mean, but if it is Nick's, that way, I'll never even have to deal with Billy.
Doris: Let me know how it goes, okay?
Sharon: Okay. I gotta go.
Billy: Hey, Sharon. How you doing?
Sharon: Oh, hi, Billy. I-I'm fine. I'm just... busy, you know?
Billy: Oh, yeah, me, too. New kid and all.
Billy: Mm-hmm. Hmm.
Sharon: Well, there's someplace I-- I'm supposed to be, so, um...
Billy: Oh, okay. Bye then.
Phyllis: So, uh, that's what this is? "Restless Style" is just, uh, training, like the minor leagues?
Nick: Phyllis, come on.
Phyllis: This is not a stepping-stone. This magazine is not a stepping-stone. This magazine is our future. This is something that we did together, this magazine. Nick, "Restless Style" is a huge, huge success. Why is that not enough for you?
Nick: I-I haven't said yes to Dad--
Phyllis: But you're considering it.
Nick: How can I not consider this?
Phyllis: Yeah, listen, I know that, um, you have some unfinished business with your father. I get that, okay? We've talked about it a lot. But who's to say he's not gonna throw you out on your butt again like he's done so many times? It's gonna alienate you all the more.
Nick: Look, if I do this, it will be on my terms. I will have a contract in place that will protect my interests.
Phyllis: Your "Interests"? Your interests? I'm talking about your peace of mind, your sanity. I see you when he rips into you. I see what that does to you. Why do you want to put yourself through that again?
Nick: Some things are worth the risk.
Phyllis: How far are you willing to take it? How much are you willing to lose?
Phyllis: (Sighs) Wow. Obviously, I care a lot more about this magazine than you do.
Nick: That is not true.
Phyllis: Yes, it is true. I would never walk out on you, ever. Ever. I would never leave what we've built here, ever.
Nick: All right, maybe I can find some way to make this work. You know, maybe I could do both.
Phyllis: Do both? You can't do both. You can't have two things. You have to choose one.
Sharon: Sorry to interrupt.
John: Feels good, huh?
Jack: It feels right, and long overdue.
John: (Chuckles) Well, you've certainly worked hard to get back to this office, haven't you?
Jack: Indeed, I did, and you know why.
John: Oh, please. Now if you're going to say you did it for me--
Jack: Dad, I feel closer to you in this building than anywhere else.
John: I want to talk to you about Billy.
Jack: Billy. I think I owe you an apology.
John: For what?
Jack: My misspent youth. If I was anywhere near the trouble that Billy is--
John: (Chuckles) Oh, no, Jack, you were worse, much worse.
Jack: Gee, thanks, Pop.
John: Look, Billy needs guidance, and I'm not sure that you're the right one to provide it.
Jack: Who better? He can learn from my mistakes.
John: Unfortunately, you're still making those mistakes. I mean, I'm sorry. I don't meant to be so blunt--
Jack: No, it's all right. Your point's well taken. Getting Jabot back blinded me to other things I should have seen coming.
John: You mean the fact that your marriage was slipping away and Sharon needed you?
Jack: Jabot's back on solid ground. That distraction is gone. Now nothing's gonna stop me from setting things right.
John: (Inhales deeply) Well, Jackie, I hope you can still do that.
Estella: I've been a loyal employee of this household for years.
Ashley: Long before I got here and long after I'm gone-- is that what you're thinking?
Estella: I wouldn't presume to--
Ashley: Well, somebody presumed to use my credit card, Estella, to buy that dress and those earrings and leave them for me to put on. Were you hoping that I would-- I would put it on, and Victor would be so upset that he would throw me out of the house?
Estella: I told you, it wasn't me.
Ashley: I haven't told Mr. Newman about this because I don't have any proof, but once I get proof, you're the one that's gonna be out of here.
Adam: (Sighs) (Sighs)
Victor: I have some good news. At the end of the week, I'm flying in an expert in retinitis pigmentosa.
Adam: Uh, why? There's no cure.
Victor: Well, apparently, this particular doctor has come up with a surgical procedure that promises great results.
Adam: Uh... (Sighs) You know, I-I don't want to be anybody's guinea pig.
Victor: I'm not suggesting that, Adam. I'm just saying that he could take a look at your eyes, and then we'll discuss the options. What do you think?
Adam: Um, yeah. Thanks.
Victor: All right.
Victor: Do you need anything else right now?
Adam: No, I'm good.
Kevin: (Grunts) Damn it! (Scoffs) Oh, come on. This machine has always pissed me off.
Michael: We were just wondering. It's kind of expensive.
Kevin: Y-yeah, you're hovering. You're all hovering, and it's making me nuts. Amber, how are your designs coming?
Amber: I'm a little behind.
Kevin: Well, then you should get on it. And are you doing that gallery show?
Daniel: Yeah, it's a go.
Kevin: Good. Then you should stop wasting time here, you slacker. And, Michael, please tell me that you still have one or two clients that are not family members.
Michael: Believe it or not.
Kevin: Well, then you should stop neglecting them. And, you, you're a newlywed. You should be...
Michael: (Clears throat)
Kevin: Canoodling. (Chuckles)
Jana: Well, what about me? You're not gonna send me away, too, are you?
Kevin: No, you need to stay right here. But the rest of you-- come on, get out of here.
Daniel: Can we finish our drinks first?
Kevin: Yeah, sure, but then you're all cut off. Take that.
Jana: (Chuckles) Back to his old cranky self.
Billy: Hey, hey. Just the woman I wanted to see.
Kay: Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Billy: How are you?
Billy: Got a minute?
Kay: For you, always.
Billy: All right. Right this way.
Kay: (Sighs) Ahh.
Billy: So, uh, I'm sorry about Mom and your wedding.
Kay: (Clears throat) Well...
Billy: I was really hoping you two could patch things up, you know, at least enough for her to come back to Chancellor Industries. But, you know, if that's not gonna happen, and you still need somebody to step up to that position, I, uh, I might know somebody.
Kay: Ahh, well, I filled that, uh, position.
Billy: Oh, you did?
Kay: Mm-hmm. Yes, I hired, uh, Neil Winters.
Billy: Oh, he's a good guy. Good man.
Kay: Yes, he is. Yes, he is. Do you, uh, know someone who was interested in that?
Billy: I did. I-I do. I...
Kay: Well, then I suggest you have that person send Neil his résumé. I'm sure he's gonna be hiring, so...
Billy: Yeah, yeah, you know, Neil and my friend, they have a history. I'm not quite sure that's gonna work out, so...
Kay: I'm really sorry about that, Billy.
Phyllis: So this is it. This is our new baby.
Sharon: Oh, wow.
Sharon: I'm sure it'll do great. Looks great.
Nick: Yeah, we have high hopes.
Phyllis: Yeah. All right.
Sharon: Could I talk to you alone for a minute, Nick?
Phyllis: You know what? Listen, Sharon. I'm so sorry, um, I really want to thank you for not pressing charges against me, and, um, I'm sorry for trashing your room. It was just-- it wasn't, I guess for lack of a better word, mature, and I shouldn't have done it.
Sharon: It's funny. Uh, the more apologies I hear from you, the less they mean.
Phyllis: Oh, okay. Um, well, I-I-I don't think that any of us are-- are very, um, pleased with the way that we've reacted to things recently. So, anyway, I just wanted to say I was sorry, and the way that I acted, it came out of jealousy, and I apologize. I really do. But Nick--Nick is home now, so...
Nick: Yeah, Sharon knows that. I told her.
Phyllis: Oh, okay. So did you also tell her that it was our anniversary last night? Anyway, I'm just very reassured by--by Nick's commitment. And, um, I just want to focus on my family and my daughter and my husband. That's it. So no more games. Nothing. It's over.
Sharon: Really? Because this really-- it sounds like a game. Is this another one of your games, Phyllis?
Phyllis: You know, um, I'm as tired of the games as you are. I'm gonna focus on my family and my husband. It's very precious to me, so...
Sharon: Okay. Well, I have to go.
Nick: Well, did you want to talk about something?
Sharon: Uh, it can wait. You--you have a lot to deal with here. I mean, with the magazine.
Nick: Was it about Noah?
Sharon: Oh, no. No. It--it--it can wait.
Gloria: I can't believe that I have stooped so low that I would actually consider hooking up with the likes of you.
Jill: Yes, well, revenge makes strange bedfellows, doesn't it?
Jeff: Ooh, there's an image.
Jill: Oh, shut up, Jeffrey.
Gloria: Shut up, Jeffrey.
Jill: Listen, there is one advantage to this-- Victor will never see this coming because nobody would think that we would team up.
Jeff: Okay, so what's the plan?
Jill: I think phase one is information gathering, okay? Neil Winters has resigned. If I could just get myself hired in his place.
Gloria: Yeah, then you'd be in the prime position to uncover any dirt.
Jeff: Yeah, well, we already know what the dirt is. Victor was your silent partner. He ordered you to boot his own girlfriend out of her job.
Jill: No, no, no. I already threatened him with that one. It didn't phase him.
Jeff: Okay. Okay, so then our job is to find something unforgivable, something he'd pay any price to keep quiet.
Gloria: Yeah, but what if there is no secret?
Jill: Oh, please. Come on, this is Victor, all right? There's always secrets. This is like some rich vein of gold just waiting to be tapped.
Billy: Mom? That had better be ginger ale.
Jill: What, are you checking up on me?
Billy: No, I'm just defending my turf because I am the black sheep of this family. You got that, Sweetheart? Huh?
Jill: (Chuckles) Well, little black sheep, what you been up to, lately?
Billy: Not much of anything, really.
Jill: I thought you'd be enjoying running Jabot.
Billy: Well, I'm kind of on the sidelines.
Billy: (Chuckles mockingly) You find that funny?
Jill: (Sighs) No, just predictable.
Billy: Yeah, well, I got so desperate, that I actually went over to Grandma and asked for your old job back.
Jill: How'd that go?
Billy: Well, the position has been filled, you'll be glad to know.
Billy: Yeah--Neil Winters.
Jill: Stop it! No, that's impossible.
Billy: Did you expect her to just put her company on hold and wait for you to return?
Jill: No, I--no, I-I-- I just thought she would take it over, that's all.
Billy: (Laughs) And then just miss you so terribly much that she begged you to come back? Do you actually have a plan "B"?
Jill: No, I am putting a stop to this.
Billy: Well, to do that, you're gonna have to have a conversation with her.
Jill: Yeah, well, conversation gets you nowhere, Billy. I am taking action on this.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Nick: You're welcome. So that couldn't have been easy.
Phyllis: What, facing Sharon?
Phyllis: Uh, you notice I didn't get one in return. It's fine. It's fine. I don't expect it from her, I guess, since in Sharon's point of view, I'm the other woman.
Nick: So now you're looking at things from Sharon's point of view?
Phyllis: Wow, you don't know me at all, do you?
Nick: I know you. You're just scared that things are really gonna change when I go to work at Newman Enterprises.
Phyllis: If you go to work at Newman Enterprises. If.
Nick: When I do.
Ashley: Sabrina? Estella?
Ashley: This is Sabrina’s.
(Egg lid clinks)
Amber: Oh, I like that one.
Daniel: Yeah, well, that one was right after the "I dos."
Amber: Oh, look how happy. They are so in love.
Michael: You really captured—
(Cell phone rings)
Michael: Oh. Hold on.
Kevin: Who's that?
Amber: I want to look like that someday.
Michael: Katherine? You have news for me?
Kay: Yes, I certainly do. The governor is going to be in town Friday. He wants to have dinner and discuss Kevin's case.
Michael: Any indication on how he's leaning?
Kay: No, but, uh, I'm hopeful.
Michael: She's gonna have dinner with the governor. Uh, here's Kevin.
Kevin: Mrs. C., you are amazing. Thank you. Thank you so much.
Kay: I am in your debt, hmm? I'll let you know how it goes. Bye. (Sighs)
Kay: What are you doing?
Jill: What does it look like? I'm moving back in.
Billy: I'm sorry I came by without calling first.
Victor: That's all right. Ashley would love to see you. Come--
Billy: Actually, I-I'm here to see you, Sir.
Billy: A few months back, you said that the doors to Newman Enterprises would always be open to me. Well, I'm here to walk through that door, Sir.
Victor: Well, I remember that, and unfortunately, I have nothing to offer you right now.
Billy: Okay, uh, I thought that you had said that if I were able to leave--
Victor: Well, Billy, the situation has changed. Now it may change again, so if you want to come back sometime in the future...
Billy: I understand.
Victor: All right.
Billy: Please, keep me in mind.
Victor: Yeah, I certainly will. Anything else?
Victor: Okay, you have a good day.
Billy: You, too, Sir.
Victor: Thank you.
Victor: What's the matter?
Victor: Where'd you get these things? They're Sabrina’s.
Adam: Heather, you gotta call me back as soon as you get this. Rafe says it's gonna take months to get me released. I can't wait that long. I gotta get out of here. You have to help me find a way.
Nick: Yeah, thanks for getting back to me. Um, I'm thinking of expanding my role at Newman Enterprises, and that means a new contract. Yeah, so I want to go in there with very clear expectations. Exactly. So, yeah, we'll just talk then. All right, thanks a lot.
Phyllis: You already talked to your lawyer? You'd already made up your mind.
Nick: (Sighs) No, just that it was a good possibility.
Phyllis: That-- that you would ignore everything that I had to say? Come on, you--you made a commitment to me.
Nick: So that's why you want me to stay? Not if it's because that's what I really want?
Phyllis: If there's a problem, we talk about it, we communicate about it, and then we fix it. If you want to make changes here, that's fine.
Nick: No, no, no, no, no, no. That is not the issue. I'm very happy here.
Phyllis: Then stay.
Nick: I can’t. I can't do that. I will always resent it if I pass up this opportunity. If I say no to Dad, he is gonna get somebody else, and they're gonna get in there, and they're gonna screw up, or maybe they're gonna do a great job. It doesn't matter. I will always look at that person like they're living my life. I won't be able to stop wondering, what if?
Phyllis: I'll tell you, "What if?" You're gonna regret it. Definitely. I mean, not in the beginning. It's gonna be great in the beginning. You'll go in. Pat on the back. "Oh, you saved the day. Thanks, Nicholas, for coming." Then as time goes on, there's gonna be a crisis. "Oh, it's your fault. You screwed up." (Sighs) And then you're gonna be out on your butt again. Does this ring a bell? Because it's happened so many times to you.
Nick: Okay, okay, okay. If that happens again, then I will be back.
Phyllis: No, you won’t. There might be nothing to come back to. I can't do this alone. I can't keep on doing this, Nicholas. I can't do it. And I understand that it's your lifelong dream to work things out with your father. No one understands that more than I do. But this place is my dream. This is my dream. Why does yours have to trump mine? Why is yours more important than mine, especially since you're happy here? You're happy. Why leave, and we're both miserable? Why? Don't do this. Please don't do this. Please.
Jack: Yeah, come in. Hey, it's a sign.
Sharon: (Clears throat) Of what?
Jack: I've been thinking about you all morning, and here you are. So what do you think?
Sharon: Of what?
Jack: Seeing me back in my old digs.
Sharon: Oh, no. That's great. And--and this is-- I'm really happy for you, Jack.
Jack: Hey, everything all right?
Sharon: I'm fine. I mean, I, uh...
Jack: Come on. You know by now you can tell me anything.
Sharon: I'm pregnant, Jack.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Billy: I've got a few things I've got to deal with.
Mac: Yeah, "Things," like a wife and a daughter who aren't going anywhere, no matter how much you might want them to.
Sharon: There's so much more to this, more than you know.
Ashley: More things from Sabrina that appear without explanation. Why are you looking at me that way?
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