Y&R Transcript Thursday 5/7/09 -- Canada; Friday 5/8/09 -- U.S.A.
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Cane: So at the reception, I was thinking we'd have some shooters. There's an Aussie one called the boomerang.
Lily: Boomerang? What's in that?
Cane: Melon liqueur and kiwi liqueur.
Lily: Kiwi liqueur?
Lily: There's such a thing?
Cane: Yeah. You stick with me, kid, and I'll teach you things you never knew.
Lily: Oh, really?
Cane: Oh, really.
Lily: Oh, wait. We have to go.
Cane: (Groans) Where?
Lily: The "Restless Style" photo shoot.
Lily: Oh, come on. It'll be fun.
Cane: Chloe's gonna be there.
Lily: Yeah, so what?
Cane: All right, if I see you in your wedding dress, it's gonna be bad luck.
Lily: Uh, nice try. I won't be in my dress. I'll be using one of theirs, just like when Katherine was queen of Genoa City. Maybe I'll be Cinderella and you'll be Prince Charming.
Cane: Mm. Tights and velvet. It's very sexy.
Lily: Or maybe I'll be the princess and you'll be the frog.
Chloe: We are "Restless Style." We're "Restless Style," not "Boring Bride." So why don't we-- why don't we blow the lid off of the perfect wedding tale, uh, myth, you know? Everyone has horror stories, right? So let's show that. Let's show the collision between the fairy-tale wedding and--and the harsh reality.
Nikki: Well, I guess it could be funny and oddly sexy.
Chloe: Uh, super sexy.
Phyllis: Super sexy, wow. Okay, um, I think we do have an opportunity here, though. This could sort of, um, counterbalance what's going on in the rest of the issue, you know? The whole "Glory of love" thing.
Nikki: Mm-hmm. You know what? I really like it. I-I love it.
Phyllis: Hmm. Me, too. Let's do it. Let's go.
Heather: (Whispers) I don't know. I thought I heard something.
Adam: Oh, God, it's ridiculous that we have to sneak around like a couple of teenagers.
Heather: (Normal voice) I don't know. I think it's kind of hot.
Adam: (Laughs) Wh-what? Does it bring back memories for you or something?
Heather: Objection. Objection. Prior crimes are inadmissible.
Adam: Wai--okay. What have you done that you're not admitting to?
Adam: Come on.
Heather: Nothing. For instance, I never, ever, ever, raid my boyfriend's father's liquor cabinet.
Adam: No, no, Heather.
Heather: Come on.
Adam: No, it--it's not not a good idea.
Heather: Come on. Where's your sense of adventure?
Heather: (Whispers) I'll be right back.
Adam: I don't like-- I don't like this.
(Car pulls up)
(Car doors open)
(Car doors close)
Adam: (Whispers) Heather!
Victor: Sweetheart, why don't you go upstairs, and I will bring you something to eat, okay?
Ashley: Honey, I'm okay. You don't have to wait on me like this.
Victor: But you better take seriously what the doctor said.
Ashley: I do.
Victor: No work, no stress.
Ashley: I know. I'm gonna follow the doctor's instructions to the letter. I promise, but--
Victor: You'd better.
Estella: Mr. Newman! There's someone here.
Victor: What do you mean there's someone here? Where?
Estella: In the kitchen. I heard noises. They--they were hiding.
Heather: Um, that would be me. Sorry, Estella.
Victor: What are you doing here?
Daniel: No, no, no, no, no. That's not it. It--it--it-- (sighs) It looks-- you know, I'll--I'll-- I'll figure it out. Thank you.
Jana: You know, I think I know now why you've included your drawings from your other show.
Daniel: (Sighs) Gives the buyers perspective, you know? My full range of talent.
Jana: No, that's not it. You don't have enough confidence in your paintings, do you? You don't think they're good enough.
Daniel: (Scoffs) I don't know where you got that from.
Amber: So the governor's in your living room. What are you gonna say?
Kevin: "Hi, nice to see you. Please keep my bank-robbing, bandit buddies out of jail"?
Kay: Oh, come on. Come on. Come on, now. Stop it. No, I'll--I'll give him a very simple explanation-- that these two young people, Kevin and Amber, risked their lives to save mine, and because of that, uh, they got caught in this terrible trap.
Amber: You think you can convince him to grant us, like, amnesty?
Kevin: You don't, do you? I knew it. This is never gonna work.
Esther: There is a lot riding on this dinner, so nothing-- nothing can go wrong, okay? Okay, thank you. (Sighs) Jill. Uh, wh-what are you doing here?
Jill: (Snickers) I moved back in, remember? Or were you bitten by a tick, too?
Esther: No, no. I-I--it's just that you're such a busy person, I thought you must have dinner plans.
Jill: Not tonight.
Esther: Oh, that's a shame. Oh, I know. Let's call Chloe and Billy, because I'm sure you'd love to see the baby and—
Jill: What's going on, Esther?
Jill: Katherine's having a dinner party, and I'm not invited.
Esther: Oh, no, it's not really a party. It's just a private little dinner.
Jill: Cancel it.
Jill: I wasn't consulted. Cancel it.
Esther: You just can't cancel on the governor--
Jill: Oh, ho ho ho! She's having the governor? Well, then, by all means... cancel it.
Murphy: No. Don't do it, Esther. You're not spoiling tonight for Katherine.
Jill: I'll do anything I want. I own half the house.
Murphy: Well, so do I. Community property. There are three owners now-- you, Katherine, and me-- so you're outvoted.
Esther: (Sighs) Thank you, Murphy.
Murphy: I'm gonna take these babies in to the cook-- Wisconsin catfish, the governor's favorite.
Jill: Oh, God.
Heather: I didn't mean to scare you. I'm sorry.
Estella: It's all right, Miss Stevens.
Victor: How dare you sneak into my house?
Heather: I wish I didn't have to.
Adam: I'm lucky she gives me the time of day.
Victor: It appears she has given you a lot more than that. I want you out of here.
Heather: You don't want to tar and feather me first?
Victor: And I can do without your sarcasm. And this, boy, is not a frat house. You got it?
Adam: No, it's a prison, except prisoners get visitors once in a while.
Victor: Listen to me. Once you're free, you do as you please. As long as you're in this house, you follow my rules. You got it?
Adam: You know what? You're gonna treat me this way, you should have left me where I was.
Victor: I wish I had.
Heather: Come on. Come on.
Victor: Get out.
Heather: Let's go.
Adam: Come on.
Heather: Come on.
Victor: Are you okay?
Ashley: I'm fine. You're way, way too hard on him. He's just gonna resent you.
Victor: Sweetheart, I don't give a damn. (Slams down bottle) He already does, okay?
Ashley: Oh, but come on.
Adam: (Sighs) I'm--I'm so sorry.
Heather: No, look, it's okay. We're gonna get you out of here. Nobody should have to live like this. It's awful.
Adam: The medical discharge?
Heather: I'm gonna do everything that I can, okay? My God, I hate leaving you here. I'm so sorry.
Adam: Oh, it's all right. I'll be all right. I have hope now, thanks to you. (Sighs) I love you, Heather.
Heather: I love you, too.
Chloe: We're agreed? The '60s.
Nikki: It's the perfect time frame. It echoes the theme.
Phyllis: It does. It does. They idyllic facade cracking under the weight of reality.
Chloe: I love it. All right, well, then, uh, I'm gonna go hit up some vintage stores--
Phyllis: You know what? Let's shoot at Cane’s.
Phyllis: Yeah. It's a whole '60s décor.
Phyllis: That's what you told me, right?
Nikki: We would have so much to work with there.
Chloe: That's--that's great. I'm gonna, uh, I'll be back in a flash, yeah.
Nikki: Okay. Oh, I was gonna call Nicholas anyway. I'm just gonna let him know about these changes.
Phyllis: Really? Why? He already said we could handle the magazine on our own.
(Hangs up telephone)
Nikki: Listen, I'm not thrilled about him going over to Newman, either.
Phyllis: Why? Because it's a disaster waiting to happen? Nikki, I can't believe he's doing this again.
Nikki: Victor has a way of drawing people in. You know that. I mean, I certainly can't judge Nicholas for making the same mistakes I've made over and over again.
Phyllis: Yeah, but you learned your lesson. You learned your lesson, right? Can you talk to him please and make him understand this?
Nikki: You're worried about more than what might happen at Newman, aren't you?
Phyllis: (Sighs) You know, Nick and I, we had this--this deal. No, you know what? It was--it was more than a deal. We had this--this vision of what our lives would be like and what our marriage would be like.
Nikki: Are you hearing yourself right now? That is exactly Chloe's concept for this photo shoot. "Harsh reality intrudes." Do you get that? Look, Phyllis, you guys have gone through rough times and come out of them. You'll come out of this just fine.
Phyllis: Yeah, right. We will.
Jana: We can postpone the show.
Daniel: (Scoffs) Is that your nice way of telling me that my work sucks?
Jana: God, no, Daniel. You know it's not. It's just I can see you're unhappy about this, and, well, honestly, buyers are gonna pick up on your lack of enthusiasm.
Daniel: Fake it until you make it, right?
Jana: Daniel, you weren't like this at your New York show.
Daniel: At my New York show, I was ready. I hadn't spent the past few weeks worried sick about my girlfriend and best friend who were missing.
Jana: All right. Okay, then. We--we can reschedule. It's not a problem.
Daniel: At the last second?
Jana: I-it's as easy as putting a sign up on the door. Don't worry.
Daniel: No. No, it's not. I'm already too far behind.
Jana: Behind? What, are you competing with someone or something?
Daniel: Look, I don't begrudge Amber her success. You know, the jacket she designed is flying out of the store. A-and that's great, you know? But we were supposed to take the world by storm together, not have one of us doing great and the other one just mooching off of her.
Jana: Amber doesn't see you that way.
Daniel: Neither will I after tonight. I'm on. Hi, welcome.
Daniel: You guys, enjoy.
Kay: The governor is a good friend of mine. He trusts me, and, um, he respects my judgment. But do I think that he would, uh, accept my word alone to-- that would convince him that the two of you should be set free? I mean, no. I don't think so.
Kay: No, well, no, no. I'm going to need your help.
Kevin: Our help?
Kay: Yes, I-I would like for my friend to see for himself that you are just wholehearted, good-natured people.
Amber: (Laughs) You want us to meet the governor.
Kay: Yes, I-- well, not just meet him. I want the two of you to impress him, wow him. (Sighs) You, I'd like to see in a suit, and, Amber, you're going to sort of have to dress for the evening, you know? Gracious and nice, not too much. 7:30 sharp. That will give me time to soften him up. And, uh, in the meantime, really, children, just practice looking innocent. Oh, Dear. (Chuckles) I'll see you then.
Amber: We're meeting the governor.
Daniel: This one actually has a lot of personal significance. Ahh, my muse. Excuse me. Wow, you look hot. Is that one of your own?
Amber: (Giggles) Yeah, I've been saving it for tonight.
Kevin: So how's it going so far?
Daniel: Uh, good. You know, it's a little slow, but that's to be expected.
Kevin: Yeah. Hey, I'm gonna go tell Jana about the governor.
Daniel: Is there any news?
Amber: (Sighs) Not yet. Um, Mrs. C. wants us to come over to the mansion tonight and meet him personally. You know, win him over.
Daniel: You will.
Amber: (Sighs) You really think so?
Daniel: Yeah, I do. Who could resist you?
Amber: I wanted to be here, though.
Daniel: Well, you're not missing that much, trust me.
Amber: What are you talking about? This is your big night.
Daniel: Well, it's never the same as the first one, you know? New York, there was something in the air there. That show was just electric.
Amber: Yeah, but Midwesterners just need a little time to warm up. You know, I bet you by the time I'll be back, you'll be sold out.
Kay: Do you want me to help you with that?
Murphy: (Groans) I guess I'm just nervous.
Kay: Oh, for heaven's sakes. Why would you be nervous?
Murphy: Well, you don't have a problem hanging around governors.
Kay: Oh, come on. He's just a man, has the same flaws and frailties as any other man.
Murphy: Yeah, but Kevin and Amber's whole future is in his hands, and we owe those kids a lot.
Kay: Which is why we leave nothing to, uh, to chance. The governor's favorite dinner's cooking...
Kay: And his favorite music is, uh--
Kay: Uh, oh, what, uh, are you doing?
Jill: Do you know, I can't remember the last time I sat down to enjoy a good novel cover to cover?
Kay: (Clears throat) Well, uh, Esther did tell me that you were very unhappy that I planned a dinner without consulting you.
Jill: No, no, no. It's fine. Just do what you want to do, and I'll do what I want to do.
Kay: No, no, no, no. It is not-- it is not fine at all. After all, you do own half this house. I should have shown you more respect.
Jill: My goodness. Such civility. This dinner must be very important to you.
Murphy: Now you know it is.
Kay: Do you accept my apology?
Jill: Apology accepted.
Kay: Hello, dear friend.
Kay: Oh, for heaven's sake.
Kay: Oh, it's been so long.
Governor: I know.
Kay: Ahh, this is Patrick Murphy, my husband.
Governor: Oh, very pleased to make your acquaintance.
Murphy: Oh, well, I'm very pleased to make your acquaintance.
Governor: You must be quite a man to wrangle Katherine Chancellor into submission.
Murphy: (Chuckles) I, uh, I don't think that's possible.
Lily: So there's a new concept?
Chloe: Yeah, uh, Phyllis, why don't you fill them in?
Phyllis: Okay, Chloe, I will. Um, it's gonna be so much fun. We're gonna have fun with this one, all right, guys? Uh, we can use your house, right?
Lily: Uh, um--
Cane: Well, I mean, as long as you don't paint the walls or anything, sure.
Nikki: Oh, no, no, no. We'll leave it just as we find it.
Cane: Okay, uh, yeah, fine.
Lily: Yeah. Yeah, I'm fine with it.
Phyllis: Great. Good. Okay, so, um, this is our "Happily ever after" issue, all right, and with this piece, what we're gonna do is we're just gonna turn it around. Just turn it around. It'll be the last thing that people expect.
Lily: Um, oh, so you-- you want us to represent an unhappy couple?
Phyllis: No, no. Unhappy? Not--not "Unhappy."
Nikki: No, no.
Phyllis: You know, just caught off guard, sort of naive.
Cane: So basically, you just want to make fun of us.
Phyllis: No, no, no, no, no, no, no.
Chloe: So sensitive.
Phyllis: You're--you're-- you're in on the joke. It's just a joke. Everybody will know you're in on it.
Lily: Oh, so...
Lily: Now the romantic portrait of a couple in love is now a joke? This was your idea, wasn't it?
Chloe: No. No.
Nikki: Oh, Lily.
Chloe: Don--please do not take this personally. No, no, I'm just kidding.
Lily: How could I not? Okay, I-I'm sorry. Nikki, I'm sorry. I can't be a part of this.
Nikki: Oh, no, Lily, listen. Honey, you know I wouldn't steer you wrong. Y-you're just not understanding it yet. I mean, I-I-it's so much more than just your usual glamour shoot. This is a photo editorial. It'll do great things for your career, and it'll be so much fun. Come on, guys. I will go with you in the car. Come on.
Nikki: I'll go along, and I will tell you the whole thing. You're gonna love it, I know. I'm just kidding. It's kind of like, what...
Chloe: (Whispers) That was close.
Victor: All right, Doctor, we'll see you later. Yep.
Ashley: Was that the doctor who's going to examine Adam's eyes?
Victor: Yeah, he just landed.
Ashley: Oh, sit here. I love that you're doing that.
Victor: Oh, I like that. (Sighs) Sweetheart, sometimes I wonder if I should have bothered.
Ashley: Oh, come on. You don't mean that.
Victor: Well, you know how Adam is behaving.
Ashley: Well, he's lonely. Heather's basically his only friend, isn't she?
Victor: That doesn't speak well for either of them, does it?
Heather: You know, you think that it shows poor judgment that Adam and I still love each other. But I think that it shows how strong those feelings are-- too strong for even Victor Newman to control.
Victor: You're behaving like a teenager, and now you're sounding like one.
Heather: Okay, fine. Dismiss me. But you're losing your son. He's slipping away from you, and pretty soon, he'll be gone for good.
Victor: If I have to, Miss Stevens, I will eject you personally.
Adam: (Sighs) Foolish of her, wasn't it, to think you'd have a problem losing me? (Chuckles) It's just--you can't wait.
Victor: Son, do you understand that Ashley just was released from the hospital, and she needs things to be quiet?
Adam: Yeah, I-I know.
Victor: She was prescribed rest and relaxation. In other words, any nonsense from you...
Ashley: (Sighs) Oh.
Victor: I will not tolerate, all right?
Adam: Well, looks like we have a new prisoner here. Welcome to cellblock five.
Victor: Adam, please leave. How dare you antagonize Ashley?
Adam: I was only saying what she was thinking. She's trapped in this house. You don't even realize it, how much she hates it here. You think I'm the one who's self-absorbed.
Victor: You didn't hear that from Ashley, did you now?
Adam: Uh, no. People talk to me.
Adam: Trust me, I know--I know what goes on around here more than you do.
Victor: I'm sure you do.
Adam: What's that supposed to mean?
Victor: Dr. Lurie will be here soon.
Adam: Dr. Lurie?
Victor: He's the eye doctor.
Adam: Oh, right. Yeah, the messiah, or the mad scientist, depending on how you look at it. He's gonna lay his hands on the blind man and make him see.
Victor: He's just going to give you an eye exam. Why are you opposed to that?
Adam: Well, maybe because I know what this examination's all about.
Victor: Mm, do you?
Adam: Yeah. Yeah, I do. You want me cured so that you can send me back to prison, wash your hands of me.
Victor: You know, I will do that if I find out that you have caused one bit of stress to Ashley.
Adam: You finally admit it. You finally admit it. You suspect me. All this, uh, weirdness with Ashley, that's my fault, right? Well, tell me something, Victor. How did I manage planting Sabrina’s things all over the house? H-how did I manage doing that when I can barely see my own hand in front of my face?
Victor: Nothing. I didn't say anything.
Adam: No, I-I can feel you looking at me.
Victor: Dr. Lurie will be here momentarily, and I expect you to give him your full cooperation, all right?
Jana: (Sighs) So you're going to be able to plead your case directly to the governor?
Kevin: Yeah, well, you know, the odds are really stacked against us.
Jana: Oh, stop. My God, I wish you'd just stop doing that.
Jana: (Sighs) Reminding me of how dire the situation is. Believe me, I'm well aware.
Kevin: I know. I know. I-I heard you crying last night.
Jana: (Sighs) Kevin, I'm sorry.
Kevin: Don't apologize.
Kevin: Look, none of this is your fault, Jana.
Jana: Yeah, and it's not your fault, either, okay? So you make sure that you tell them that. And you also tell them that Katherine and Esther wouldn't even be bloody alive if it weren't for you.
Kevin: Maybe you should be pleading my case.
Jana: (Sighs) Oh, God, I'd love to.
Kevin: No, no, no. I am gonna be the one to fix this, okay? So I can come home and be the one taking care of things for a change, all right?
Jana: (Sighs) Kev, just come home, okay? That's all I need.
Murphy: You know, Kevin and Amber, they busted their butts to find Katherine.
Kay: No, they literally saved my life.
Governor: Well, that's--
Kay: You know, at a terrific expense.
Governor: That's certainly not the way it's been portrayed by the press.
Kay: Well, come on. I don't have to tell you how the media can distort the facts.
Governor: (Chuckles) No, you don’t.
Governor: You've been my friend and my advisor since my first term at city hall to me.
Governor: My wife, God rest her soul, she was so very fond of you. I-I hope you know you can ask me anything, anything at all.
Kay: Oh, thank you, my friend.
Jill: Forgive me for being late. Oh, I am so glad I didn't miss my chance to meet you. Hello. I'm Jill.
George: And here they are, the not-so-happy couple.
Nikki: (Gasps) Look at you. Oh, you look terrific.
Lily: Thank you.
Phyllis: Good job, Chloe. Good job. George, are you ready?
George: To pick up a camera again? Anything for you, ladies.
Nikki: Let's get rolling.
Chloe: Okay. Okay, so, uh, the first shot is of the groom carrying the bride over the threshold.
Cane: Okay, I can do that.
Chloe: Okay, and then what happens is that the--the puppy, he--he makes a little naughty mistake on the floor. And--and the groom is trying so hard not to drop the bride in the puddle, but then he loses his footing, and he almost goes down, and--
Phyllis: All right. All right, that's right-- an oops--oops moment.
Chloe: Yeah. Oops!
Lily: Uh, you're-- you're kidding, right?
Estella: It's chamomile tea. I made the rolls myself.
Ashley: Thank you.
Estella: I was so worried about you and the baby.
Ashley: I appreciate that.
Estella: You don't believe me, do you?
Ashley: Estella, please.
Estella: (Sighs) What have I ever done to make you so suspicious?
Ashley: Honestly, I don't want to get into this right now, okay? I'm not feeling very well.
Estella: None of Mr. Newman's wives ever had reason to complain about me.
Ashley: I'm aware of how close you were with Sabrina and Nikki both.
Estella: And I expected that we'd be friends, too. I still would like that.
Ashley: Look, I meant what I said. Please, I don't want to talk about this right now, okay?
Ashley: Hello? Who's there?
Victor: Well, well, well, well, well. What are you doing in that dress? Where'd you get these things? They're Sabrina’s.
(Knock on door)
Ashley: Estella, are you gonna get that?
Ashley: "Sabrina Newman"?
Victor: What are you still doing up? What happened? What happened?
Ashley: Somebody pushed this under the door.
Victor: Okay, that's enough. Estella?
Adam: (Shivers) (Sighs) (Sighs) Tell me what you see.
Daniel: Thank you again for coming.
Woman: Come on, let's go.
Jana: Well, now he was very complimentary, don't you think?
Daniel: Oh, yeah, sure. He was to my face. I overheard him telling his lady friend how bored to death he was. I dare you to put a positive spin on that.
Jana: Okay, stop. Shush, okay? You've got to stop that, okay? 'Cause, first of all, Daniel, it's not your work. It's the economy. And...
Jana: It's Genoa City, all right? Your--your sensibility is so much more urban. You know what? Your next show should be in Chicago.
Daniel: My next show? You just don't quit, do you? After a dismal failure like tonight--
Jana: Failure? This was not a failure, Daniel. It was a setback. I mean, think about it-- the story that inspires thousands of art students all over the world when they hear that Daniel Romalotti, artiste extraordinaire, even he-- even he once had a not-entirely successful art show.
Daniel: You know, you're an amazing person, and you're an even better friend, and I really do appreciate you being here tonight. It means a lot to me.
Jana: Well, I believe in you, and I believe in your talent.
Man: I found him. Romalotti. What do you want me to do?
Jill: Thank you, Esther, Dear.
Governor: I read the piece about you in, uh, "Restless Style."
Jill: Oh, Dear. That wasn't very flattering, was it? But I'm sure you didn't get where you are in life by swallowing everything you're told. I'm sure you trust your own instincts, don't you?
Governor: That I do. It's served me well.
Jill: Yes, that's true of, um, all powerful men. They're confident. They're self-assured. It's what makes them so attractive. Oh, I'm sorry. I'm interrupting here. Please, carry on.
Kay: No, no. We can continue later.
Murphy: Oh, I-I don't think Jill would be interested.
Jill: Oh, on the contrary. I would be fascinated.
Governor: We were just talking about those poor kids, uh, Moore and Fisher.
Jill: Oh, yes. Yes, Katherine is very fond of them. As a matter of fact, she thinks of Amber almost as a daughter.
Governor: They've gotten themselves into quite a dilemma, but, uh, I think I'll be able to help out with that.
Jill: Well, yes, you could, but are you sure you want to?
Kay: Jill, uh--
Jill: No, seriously. I mean, you've built your reputation as a law-and-order man. And forgive me if I'm wrong, but I think it's an election year.
Kay: Well, I wonder who that could be.
Kevin: (Speaking indistinctly)
Amber: (Speaks indistinctly)
Kevin: Hi, Esther. Are they ready for us?
Esther: I'm not sure.
Amber: What's the matter?
Esther: Jill-- she crashed the party.
Ashley: Where's Estella?
Victor: I can't find her anywhere.
Ashley: Did security see anybody?
Victor: No, and there was no car on the grounds, either.
Ashley: Okay, do you believe me now? It has to be Estella who's doing this to me.
Victor: Sweetheart, until we know for sure, I just want you to relax.
Ashley: Relax? Are you kidding?
Victor: Well, try. That's all you can do now, okay? Let me handle this. You go on upstairs.
Ashley: I don't want to go up there alone, Victor. Please come with me. I don't know what I'm gonna find.
Victor: Okay, let's go.
Estella: I'll get it, Mr. Newman.
Estella: We were expecting you, Dr. Lurie. Please, come in.
Victor: Hi, Dr. Lurie.
Dr. Lurie: Mr. Newman.
Victor: I'm Victor Newman. How are you? Miss Ashley Abbott.
Ashley: Hi. Nice to meet you.
Dr. Lurie: The pleasure's mine. Where's, uh--
Victor: Let me show you my son's room. Here we go.
Dr. Lurie: I guess he's--
Victor: Yes, he's upstairs, and why don't you go to the third bedroom on the left, all right? I'll join you momentarily.
Dr. Lurie: All right.
Victor: Thank you.
Victor: Where were you just now?
Phyllis: Oh, that is-- that's the shot. That's it. That's great.
(Camera shutter clicking)
George: Work it. Work it, Humphrey. You're a natural.
George: Okay, yeah. That's about it for the pooch.
Chloe: Oh, Humphrey, you are just the most brilliant little puppy model I've ever seen.
Phyllis: Yes, he is.
Nikki: You are.
Chloe: You're a cutie.
Phyllis: All right, guys, it is your turn now. It's your turn.
Nikki: Okay, now...
Nikki: You're in the doorway. Chloe, can you open the door?
Chloe: Yeah, uh-huh.
Nikki: You guys are in the doorway. Cane, pick up Lily. Just pick her right up. There we go. And--and y-y-you want to look, like, a little exaggerated to the left, like you're about to fall. Er--uh, I'm sorry to the right. To the right. The other foot. Um, so watching out for the fake puddle, of course, you just--it's like-- it could have-- "Oh, my gosh, oh, I'm gonna-- I-I'm about to fall, and we're going to fall."
Phyllis: Right, just--
Nikki: "Oh, no!"
Lily: (Sighs) I'm sorry. This just does not feel right. I mean, I don't like what we're saying with these pictures. Not every couple is going to end up disillusioned.
Nikki: Well, unfortunately, most of them do end up that way, according to my--
Cane: You're all so cynical. I mean, Chloe I can understand, but--
Nikki: (Sighs) Look, I can promise you, this editorial is gonna strike a chord in so many women, because that's how we all start out our marriages, based on a lifetime of dreams. But unfortunately, they're not realistic. I me--I mean, they can't possibly be met.
Lily: But it doesn't mean that they should be mocked.
Phyllis: Oh, all right, guys. This is getting out of hand. Uh, this is an editorial, okay? Nobody's taking it seriously. All right, we're just pointing out that-- that people have misconceptions that--that aren't really met in life.
Lily: Well, I'm sorry, but to me, they're not misconceptions. They're ideals.
Nikki: You know what, guys? I-I-I hear you. Let's just try this one more time. I'll explain it better. If you don't like it, we won't use it, I promise.
Lily: (Sighs) Okay. Fine.
Cane: You sure?
Lily: Yeah, quick, before I change my mind.
Cane: Okay. Okay.
Phyllis: Okay. Okay, great. Good. Here we go. Um, right there. Yes. Yes, right there. Uh, just one--one more step to your... right.
Nikki: That looks good. That's good.
Jana: You know what you need?
Daniel: More storage space?
Jana: Daniel, you need a theme. You need something that's gonna inspire you and excite you and get you right back to that place where you want to start painting all over again.
Daniel: I don't know, Jana.
Jana: Well, I do, and I say you're not giving up, Mister.
Man: Excuse me.
Daniel: Oh, excuse us. I didn't realize there was anyone still here.
Man: I was so engrossed in your work, I actually lost track of time.
Daniel: I'll take that as a compliment.
Man: You should. I'm very impressed, especially with the drawings. Tell me, is it too late to make a purchase?
Jana: No. No, no. Of course not.
Daniel: Uh, which drawing are you interested in?
Man: All of them.
Daniel: Excuse me?
Man: I want to buy all the drawings.
Jill: Katherine, tell me. What exactly are you asking the governor to do for Kevin and Amber?
Kay: I'm hoping that he will grant them amnesty.
Jill: (Gasps) Oh, my. (Chuckles) Well, we all know how loyal you are to your friends, almost to a fault. But doesn't the governor deserve some of that loyalty? I mean, you-- you are asking the man to jeopardize his career.
Murphy: No, she's not.
Jill: Murphy, excuse me. You don't realize how brutal campaigns can be. I'm sure the governor does. And sometimes even the most noble gesture can be turned into something ugly, even corrupt. So I have nothing against these young people. Believe me. I'm just--I'm concerned about your welfare.
Governor: You bring up a valid point.
Murphy: (Clears throat)
Kay: Oh, I, uh, Governor, I'd like you to meet two of the most charming young people--
Jill: Oh, I'm sure they need no introduction. The governor probably recognizes them from their mug shots. This is Genoa City's own Bonnie and Clyde.
Kay: Enough! Not another word. Not... another... word.
Victor: I called your name several times.
Estella: I had earphones on, music playing. You don't really believe I would do that?
Victor: Estella, I think it is, um, best if you work for me for a while at Newman Enterprises. I'll have someone else take care of the house, all right?
Dr. Lurie: Adam? It's Dr. Lurie.
(Knock on door)
Dr. Lurie: Adam? Are you there?
(Knock on door)
Dr. Lurie: Adam?
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Paul: Will you marry me?
Jill: You are too old and too slow to do battle now, so get used to losing.
Victor: What are you talking about?
Ashley: What if it's happening again? What if I am losing my mind?
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