Y&R Transcript Tuesday 5/26/09 -- Canada; Wednesday 5/27/09 -- U.S.A.
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Victor: I'll be with you now, okay? So you'll be safe. I don't want you to worry.
Ashley: I don't even remember getting out of bed.
Victor: Just lie still now, all right?
Olivia: Okay, breathe in. Your heart is racing. I need you to take some deep breaths.
Victor: You gave us quite a scare, Sweetheart.
Ashley: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to.
Victor: You said you had a dream?
Olivia: Ashley, it might help to talk about it.
Victor: Didn't you say it was about Sabrina?
Adam: Come on. Tell me, Ashley, so I can make your dream come true.
Ashley: I don't remember it.
Adam: (Scoffs) Damn it.
Gloria: God, four days of boats and trains and buses. I could kill Jack Abbott. Thank God, Kevin and Jana aren't here. I'd hate for them to see me looking like this. Now may we please go back to the club so I can soak four days of crud off of me?
Jeff: Not in our future. That was a message from the club about our unpaid bill. (Sighs) My credit card on file wouldn't go through.
Gloria: We've always paid on time. They'll give us a grace period.
Jeff: They already did.
Gloria: What about our things?
Jeff: As a courtesy, they packed everything up and put it in storage.
Gloria: But my clothes-- I need my clothes.
Jeff: Mm, well, as soon as we pay our bill.
Gloria: How much?
Jeff: More that we've got. It is official, Sweet Cheeks. We are now in crisis mode.
Gloria: Oh, God, Jeffrey. You can scrounge up some money from someplace.
Jeff: It's time you sold those diamonds you've got stashed away.
Gloria: No. They're our only asset. If the Abbotts get wind of them with that judgment against me, we could lose the diamonds and everything.
Jeff: Well, then give them to me. I'll sell them discretely.
Gloria: No. I'm not gonna risk it.
Jeff: Then you're gonna have to hit your sons up for a loan.
Gloria: Oh, come on, Jeffrey. I don't want 'em to know we're broke.
Gloria: There's gotta be another way.
Jeff: The classifieds.
Jill: Hello, Jack.
Jack: Billy's out at the pool house if you need to see him.
Jill: No, no, no. It's you I came to see.
Jack: It's not a good day to see me, Jill.
Jill: Now I just wanted to thank you for assisting me with that situation in the Caymans, a situation I hope you'll keep between the two of us, by the way.
Jack: Look, if you're worried I'm gonna spill your little secret--
Jill: It really wasn't as disastrous as I thought. It just means I'll have to tighten my belt a little bit for a while. Anyway, that's not what I came to talk to you about. Jack, you know that you and I have a lot more in common than just Billy.
Jack: Is that so?
Jill: Yeah, we're both victims of Katherine's corporate greed. I mean, she's graciously allowed you Abbotts to run Jabot, but she's never gonna sell your family that company. You're always gonna be at the mercy of her whims. You know that.
Jack: Thank you for dropping by to cheer me up.
Jill: But listen, I had a great idea for a business venture. It's a company that will complement Jabot rather than compete with it.
Jack: Good luck to you.
Jill: Honey, I am proposing a business partnership, okay? Don't you want to own your own company again?
Jack: Not interested.
Jill: Just hear me--
Jack: Nothing you can say is gonna change my mind, Jill. You had your chance to play nice when you got 5% of Jabot stock, and you stuck it to the Abbotts, making Billy C.E.O. when he wasn't ready.
Jill: I had no choice.
Jack: You are the last person I want to do business with, Jill. You want somebody to bankroll your idea? Ask "The Mustache."
Jill: Listen to me. Just think about it, okay? My God, you're making a mistake, Jack.
Chloe: You've reached the voice mail for Chloe Mitchell Abbott. Your fashion tip of the week-- harem pants are back in. How tragic. So do your thing, and I'll try to get back to you, 'cause being a mom is a full-time gig.
Billy: It's me. You made your point. You and Delia need to come home.
Raul: Did you know that Billy and Chloe were having trouble?
Mac: It's kind of hard not to notice.
Raul: Mm. Well, I hope he's not playing around on her.
Mac: What makes you think he would be?
Raul: Oh, come on. You know how he's been these last few years. Remember that picture we saw of him in that gossip magazine?
Chloe: Sorry to interrupt. Uh, Delia’s back in her old room.
Raul: You all right?
Chloe: Yeah, I love playing ping-pong between here and the Abbotts. It's--
Raul: Do you want me to go talk to Billy for you?
Raul: Just smack some sense into him?
Chloe: No, no, no, no. Thanks, I-I don't think that will do much.
Mac: I could try.
Chloe: I think that'll be worse.
Raul: Well, I hope things work out for you.
Chloe: Yeah, well, he's gotta make some major changes if he wants me and Delia back. I don't think that's gonna happen.
Esther: Oh, Chloe!
Esther: Uh, Honey, uh, I was at the grocery store, and I just came back and heard the news from Mrs. C. what happened? Why didn't you call me?
Chloe: Um, I don't want to be a doormat anymore.
Esther: Okay, um, let's go make some iced tea, and you can tell me everything.
Esther: Excuse us.
Raul: You know, maybe there's a reason I couldn't picture Billy married with a kid.
Mac: You think he's not capable of settling down?
Raul: Do you?
Mac: He dotes on Delia.
Raul: What about his wife? He doesn't exactly look like he's a man in love, which makes me all the more grateful for what we have.
Mac: Me, too.
Raul: Why don't you come back to D.C. with me? Why wait?
John: Well, you could have been nicer to Jill. To both your stepmothers, as a matter of fact.
Jack: Dad, if you were here, you'd be furious at Gloria, and Jill for pulling all her stunts.
John: Probably, but from where I'm looking, I'm seeing a lot of time wasted on resentments.
Jack: You want me to just be a doormat and let everyone walk all over me? Will that make you happy?
John: No, Jack, seeing you in a better place-- that would make me happy. Revenge? Pettiness? Son, you're only hurting yourself.
Jack: I must be a real disappointment to you.
John: (Sighs) No, no. Both my sons are a disappointment to me.
Jack: Oh, gee, why would you be disappointed in Billy? All he did was sleep with the woman he knew I loved.
John: Jack, you must be living in a glass house. I was in love with Jill when you--
Jack: Oh, no, no, no, no. Let's not even go there.
John: Look, I'm not condoning what Billy did. But you remember something-- he is your brother.
(Knock on door)
Billy: (Sighs) (Sighs) I'm coming.
Jill: What is up with Jack? I just came by to thank him for something and to pitch a great business deal, and he nearly bit my head off. Maybe you could talk to him for me.
Billy: Uh, I don't think so, Mom.
Jill: Billy, I never ask you for help. Couldn't this one time just--
Billy: Look, Mom, Jack and I aren't on great terms right now, okay? We have a lot of stuff to work out, so...
Jill: Oh. Sweetie, I'm--I'm sorry. How bad is it?
Billy: (Chuckles) It's bad.
Jill: All right. What can I do to help?
Billy: There's nothing you can do. I-I've gotta-- I gotta do it by myself.
Jill: (Sighs) God, I wish your father were still here.
(Slaps hands against sides)
Billy: So do I.
Jill: Well, where's my little granddaughter? I haven't seen her in a few days.
Billy: Delia's not here.
Jill: When will she be back?
Billy: I don't know when she'll be back. She's not likely to come back.
Jill: Why? Where is she?
Billy: She's probably at your house, Mom. I came home, Chloe and the baby were gone, so...
Chloe: He has completely shut me out. He won't tell me what's going on with him or his family or work. I swear, he cares more about his ex, more than he does about me.
Esther: He cares about you, Sweetie.
Chloe: He wants his daughter. He knows we're a 2-for-1 deal. When I married him, I knew that he didn't love me, but he promised me-- he promised me that he was gonna make it work.
Esther: Have you talked to him?
Chloe: (Scoffs) I have tried everything. I have tried talking to him. I have tried not talking to him. I've tried indifference, reverse psychology. I've tried everything, and he wants nothing to do with me, Mom.
Esther: So you just walked out on him?
Chloe: I left before I lost the last shred of dignity that I've got left. I don't deserve to be treated that way.
Esther: No, you don't, Honey.
Chloe: And what am I doing? What am I doing? What kind of example am I setting in front of my daughter? I don't want her to be treated that way.
Esther: You know, you always have a home here.
Chloe: I know. Thanks. Mm.
Esther: Oh, you know what? I'll go take care of her.
Chloe: Oh, you okay?
Esther: Sure. Thanks.
Mac: (Sighs) I can't just drop everything and run to D.C. I have my job at the bar, and I'm committed at the mission.
Raul: They'll find someone else.
Mac: I just convinced them to reorganize. I can't leave right in the middle of everything.
Raul: (Sighs) Confession time. That nonprofit job that I took in Washington...
Mac: The one at the relief agency?
Raul: Yeah. I don't have it anymore.
Mac: Oh, no.
Mac: You were so excited. What happened?
Raul: They, uh, they promoted me to assistant director.
Mac: Shut up.
Raul: (Laughs) Yeah.
Mac: Shut up. Congratulations.
Raul: Thank you. Thank you. And, you know, uh, I could definitely use somebody with your experience.
Mac: I am sure that with all the cutbacks in the nonprofit sector you could find someone much more qualified.
Raul: Not someone I want to plan my wedding with.
Mac: I'm not ready to leave Genoa City.
Raul: What's really holding you here?
Mac: Um, after everything that happened with Grandma, I want to spend time with her. I-I mean, who knows when I'm gonna get this opportunity again? You understand?
Raul: I do. Doesn't mean I have to like it. Um, I don't want to be separated from you again, okay? And I-I can't exactly afford weekend trips here on my salary, Mac.
Mac: We'll figure it out.
(Cell phone alarm beeps)
Raul: It's time to start getting ready.
Mac: You sure you don't want me to take you to the airport?
Raul: No, I don't like long good-byes. You know that.
Mac: Just give me a sec?
Mac: I'm really sorry things are so bad for you right now.
Chloe: This is all your fault.
Mac: I am really genuinely sorry for what's going on between you and Billy, but I am not the one to blame.
Chloe: You know, I thought that we were actually gonna make it before you showed up.
Raul: Car's here. Time to say good-bye. This is gonna have to tide me over.
Raul: Are you sure you don't want to jump on a plane?
Mac: Don't tempt me.
Raul: How about now?
Mac: Love you.
Raul: I'll call you tonight.
Chloe: Nice to meet you, Raul.
Raul: You, too, Chloe, and I'll keep my fingers crossed for you and Billy.
Raul: All right. Bye, baby.
Chloe: (Sighs) He's a nice guy.
Mac: He is.
Chloe: Yeah. Too bad he's clueless. He has no idea what he's getting himself into.
Mac: Why don't you just say it?
Chloe: I'm talking about Billy and how he feels about your engagement.
Mac: He'll get over it.
Chloe: Will you? Can you honestly tell me that you didn't want to see how he was gonna react?
Jill: So Chloe left with Delia again? (Sighs) Oh, Billy, what did you do to her?
Billy: Oh, that's nice, Mom. You always assume it's my fault.
Jill: I'm sorry.
Jill: What did she do? The two of you fought?
Billy: I had a bad day. She wanted to talk about it. I didn't want to talk about it, so I got out of here for a little while. Came back, she and Delia were gone.
Jill: And that's all that happened?
Billy: That's it.
Jill: (Sighs) Well, maybe she was having a bad day, too, Billy, and she just needed to get out.
Billy: With a suitcase?
Jill: Oh. Have you called her?
Billy: Yes, I've called her. She's not answering her phone. She's making a point.
Jill: All right, here's the thing-- we both know that Chloe loves you. So if you want to get her back, you're gonna be able to work this out. The question is, do you want her back?
Billy: I wish I knew.
Jill: Billy, if you don't love her--
Billy: Mom, it's not that easy. It's--I don't want to hurt her, okay?
Jill: I know. I know. It's just the two of you started out this marriage on such a bad note.
Billy: I don't want to lose my kid.
Jill: Honey, you're not gonna lose your parental rights just 'cause a marriage goes under. Cordelia's always gonna be in your life.
Billy: Yeah, well, I'll think about that.
Jill: Darling, I love you to death, and I applaud you for standing up and doing what you thought was right for your child. But in all honesty, I can't blame Chloe for walking out. I mean, who wants to be married to a man who will not fully commit to his marriage?
Billy: You think I'm not being fair to Chloe?
Jill: I think you have to make up your mind, once and for all. Are you in, or are you out?
Jeff: "Studio with hot plate. Utilities included." Right next to the railroad tracks.
Jeff: But it's within our budget.
Gloria: Ha ha ha. This one is perfect.
Jeff: "Fabulous luxury. 2-bedroom penthouse."
Jeff: "Spacious floor plan. Great views. High-end appliances. Concierge service. Posh neighborhood." What--
Gloria: Shh, shh, shh, shh. (Clears throat) Hello, I'm calling to see if the penthouse is still available? It is? Oh, that's just great. I do know that building. Thank you. We'll be right over.
Jeff: We can't afford this.
Gloria: Honey, I know that, and you know that. The trick is to keep the landlord from knowing that.
Jeff: I do like the way you think.
Gloria: Thank you. Stick with me, kiddo. (Clicks tongue) We're going places.
Victor: Here's some tea, my darling.
Ashley: Thank you.
Olivia: Your heartbeat's normal.
Ashley: I'm sorry I scared you both. I was in such a deep sleep, it was just-- I was very disoriented.
Victor: Well, whatever you were dreaming seemed to have upset you a lot.
Olivia: Did your ob-gyn tell you that pregnant women dream more?
Ashley: Oh, of course. I had very vivid dreams when I was pregnant with Abby.
Olivia: (Laughs) I did, too, with Nate. You know, they say the first trimester, you tend to dream more about the past, unresolved issues. It can be very therapeutic to work them out in your dreams, as long as they're not disturbing your sleep.
Ashley: Yeah, I know. I should be sleeping more. I don't want to take any medication, though.
Olivia: You could put a lavender sachet under your pillow. That's very calming, good for anxiety and insomnia.
Victor: Oh, really? Hmm.
Victor: Well, why don't I get you some?
Ashley: Okay. Thank you, Honey.
Victor: All right?
Ashley: Yeah. I think I'm gonna go back to sleep now.
Victor: You want me to stay with you?
Ashley: Oh, no. Don't hover, okay? I'm all right. Don't worry.
Victor: Okay, Sweetheart, but do me a favor. If you need anything, you call on the intercom. I'll be downstairs, all right?
Ashley: I will. Thank you so much, both of you.
Ashley: I love you very much.
Olivia: I'm gonna check in on you before I leave.
Ashley: Thank you so much.
Victor: Okay. You call on the intercom if you need me, okay?
Ashley: I will. I will. I will, I will, I will.
Ashley: I will. (Sighs)
John: Hello, my beauty.
Ashley: Hi, Daddy.
Ashley: I'm so glad you're here. I'm scared. I'm really, really, really scared.
Adam: What the hell?
Victor: What about psychologically?
Olivia: I'm not trained to diagnose that, and since you don't want her to see a therapist right now...
Victor: (Sighs) I just don't want to push her into it. Considering her history of mental breakdowns, I don't want to push her into another one.
Olivia: Okay, seriously. Do you think there's any possible way that Ashley could be doing these things to herself?
Victor: (Sighs) Well, be that as it may, these nightmares are very real to her, you know.
Olivia: (Sighs) Well, if she's not gonna go to a therapist, maybe you should see one.
Victor: Why? What good would that do?
Olivia: Well, a psychologist could give you more effective ways to help her with what she's going through and can help you look for signs of her having another nervous breakdown.
Victor: (Exhales) I have seen Ashley institutionalized before. I don't ever want to see that again.
Ashley: You know, I never thought I could get pregnant again, and it's so wonderful. It's such a blessing. But it's--it's-- it's frightening, too, because I want this baby so much.
Ashley: And I don't know what I would do if I lost another child.
John: Now, now, now. Listen to me. God has a plan for you and this baby, Honey.
Ashley: It's not just me, though. I mean, what about Victor? What he went through with Sabrina and their child, it nearly destroyed him. I don't think he could go through that again.
John: Now listen. You're putting way too much pressure on yourself. I mean, give Victor a little credit. He loves you. The man has loved you for years, and nothing's going to change that.
Ashley: I lied to him when I told him I didn't remember the dream. I just thought it was best not to tell him because-- oh, God, I just can't get it out of my head.
John: Tell me. Tell me. What was it about?
Ashley: I was lying in bed, and the doorknob was rattling. (Sobs) And I-- I tried to say, "Who’s there?" But--but nothing would come out. I couldn't speak. And then the door opened slowly, and Sabrina was standing there. She had a black veil over her face. It was terrifying, and I tried to scream, but again, nothing would come out, nothing. It was like I was frozen. And then she walked over to me. And she stood over me. She picked up a pillow, and I knew what she was gonna do. I knew it, and I tried to run. I wanted to get out of there, but I couldn't go. I was paralyzed. I couldn't move. And she walked over to the bed, and she stood over me. And she picked up the pillow, and I knew what she was gonna do with it. And I wanted to get up, and I wanted to run, and I was trying, but I couldn't because I was paralyzed. I couldn't do anything. And then suddenly, it just stopped. And I stopped breathing. And I looked at her, and I knew what she was gonna do with the pillow. She took it, and she put it over my face, and I couldn't breathe anymore, Daddy. I couldn't breathe, and I couldn't see, and I was thinking, I'm dying. I'm dying. I'm dying. This is what death is like. This--this is what death is. (Sobs)
John: Oh, my baby.
Esther: Who's a pretty girl? Yes, you are. You're my princess. Oh, look. Peek-a-boo.
Chloe: I love her laugh. She's got the best laugh.
Mac: Babies are really sweet.
Esther: Peek-a-boo. Peek-a-boo.
Chloe: I am so lucky that she is not old enough to know what's going on. I do not want her to have the same life that I did. I-- I didn't know my dad. You know, he was practically a sperm donor. And my mom, she never talked about him, and I was sent off to boarding school like a second-class citizen. You know, you wouldn't understand that, 'cause you're a Chancellor. You didn't live the life that I lived.
Mac: You make a lot of assumptions, Chloe.
Chloe: Yeah, I'm-- I'm sure it was really rough. It was really rough. Some girl was wearing your prom dress or something.
Mac: (Laughs) I didn't grow up in Genoa City. I didn't even know who my dad was. And it's not his fault. He didn't know I existed.
Chloe: Oh, I-- I didn't know that. Really?
Mac: Yeah. Life with my mom wasn't exactly wonderful. So I know what it's like not having a dad who can protect you.
Chloe: Yeah, well, I don't want her to grow up without a father.
Mac: Billy seems like a really good dad.
Chloe: Yeah, he's a great dad. He's a great dad. Any guy who changes dirty diapers does it if there's love involved.
Mac: But you walked out.
Chloe: Because I'm sick of him looking at me like I'm invisible.
Mac: You really love him.
Chloe: I guess that makes both of us.
Mac: (Scoffs) I'm not in love with Billy like that. Not anymore.
Chloe: Yeah, well, he doesn't know that.
Gloria: Well, I think we clean up very good.
Jeff: Oh, yeah, you look like a million bucks, Babe.
Gloria: Oh, thanks, Honey.
Gloria: 'Cause our good looks is all we've got to get that penthouse. Where's your luggage?
Jeff: In the storeroom with yours. You ready?
Gloria: I am ready. Let's do it.
Jill: You're back.
Gloria: Have been for days. How was the wedding?
Jill: It was extraordinary. By the way, what happened in the Caymans--?
Jeff: Hey, you know... (Laughs) It didn't turn out to be as bad as we thought it would.
Jill: Same here. It turns out that I'm not destitute after all.
Gloria: (Whispers) Neither are we.
Gloria: (Normal voice) Who are we kidding? We lost everything.
Jill: Same here.
Jeff: Look, um, let's make a pact to let what happened stay between us.
Jill: I will never tell if you won’t.
Jill: (Whispers) Deal.
Chloe: I didn't know Mac grew up without her father. I thought she was one of those over-privileged girls-- daddy's credit card and a closetful of designer clothes.
Esther: Oh, no. She's not like that at all. Mackenzie's a straight shooter. She do--she-- she doesn't play games.
Chloe: You mean like me.
Esther: No, that is not what I meant. It's just that I got to know Mac pretty well when she lived here years ago, and, uh, whatever she says, I-I think she means.
Chloe: Well, she says she's over Billy.
Jill: I think you have to make up your mind, once and for all. Are you in, or are you out?
John: Tough decision.
Billy: I really screwed up, pop.
John: Well, now, I hate to say it, son, but, uh, it isn't the first time, and it won't be the last.
Billy: Well, your confidence in me is touching.
John: Billy, my boy, you've got a lot of growing up to do.
Billy: Why does life have to be so damn hard? You know, part of me just wants to pack up, go back to Hong Kong and pretend like none of this ever happened.
John: Well, what's stopping you?
Billy: You ever see Delia smile?
John: Oh, yes. She is a cutie.
Billy: I never thought I'd feel that way about my kid.
John: Greatest thing in the world.
Billy: Well, the problem is, she comes with mother included.
John: What are you going to do about it?
Billy: I'm open to suggestions.
(Knock on door)
Billy: Well, you're no help.
Mac: What are you doing here?
Billy: I'm supposed to ask that question. Come in. Um, yeah, come in.
Mac: Why aren't you at the Chancellor estate begging your wife to come home with your baby?
Billy: (Sighs) I've called her. I've left her messages.
Mac: A message? I'm sure that made Chloe feel really special. You should be doing everything you can to get her to come home. You know she's over there right now crying her eyes out?
Billy: You have no idea how complicated this is.
Mac: Trust me, I get Chloe. She grew up a lot like I did-- no dad, flaky mom. In a lot of ways, she had it better than I did-- no stepfather to abuse her. Remember Ralph?
Billy: Yeah, I remember Ralph.
Mac: Don't think that can't happen to Delia. And Chloe's not gonna sit around forever waiting for you. You really want to risk that? Do you want another man raising your daughter?
Billy: Of course I don't want that.
Mac: Delia needs you.
Billy: I'm not abandoning my child.
Mac: You might as well be.
Billy: Look, I might have screwed a lot of things up, okay? But I'm gonna do right by my kid.
Mac: Well, if you're gonna do right by your kid, then get your butt over to the Chancellor estate now.
Jeff: Okay, okay. Let me do the talking.
Gloria: Oh, you're gonna sweet-talk Phyllis into renting us her penthouse?
Jeff: Yeah, watch me.
Gloria: No, no, no. You watch me. I'll take care of this, 'cause she and I have a simpatico. Phyllis, hello.
Phyllis: Oh, hello.
Phyllis: Hi. What are you two doing here?
Jeff: Oh, we've been apartment hunting.
Gloria: Yeah, bored to tears staying at the club.
Jeff: Imagine our surprise when the agent told us that you owned the penthouse that we liked.
Phyllis: Oh. Oh, are you interested in my penthouse?
Gloria: It would be perfect for us, and we wouldn't have to deal with a nasty landlord. (Laughs)
Phyllis: Well, I don't know.
Jeff: Yeah, we thought we'd cut out the middleman and go directly to you. What do you say?
Phyllis: Um, I think something can be worked out. Yeah.
Jeff: Oh, wonderful.
Gloria: Great. Great. We don't have to deal with a realtor or any of those background checks, and not even first and last security things, I mean, right?
Jeff: (Laughs) No, you know we're good for it.
Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah, I'm sure you are, but I would just like to stick to the terms of the lease, if you don't mind. That's not a problem, is it?
Jeff: Not at all.
Gloria: Of course not.
Olivia: You know what? I'll make a few calls and see if I can set something up for you.
Victor: Thank you, Olivia.
Adam: Is that Olivia?
Olivia: Hi, Adam.
Adam: Uh, how's Ashley doing?
Victor: You didn't hear her?
Olivia: She had a nightmare. She woke up screaming.
Adam: I was, uh, I was taking a nap. Gosh, poor Ashley. It's just coming at her from all sides. I wish there was something I could do.
Ashley: (Gasps) Oh, God. (Gasps) Oh, God.
Jeff: First and last.
Gloria: And we will need a copy of that for our records.
Phyllis: Can you make two copies? Thanks. Oh. Oh, you forgot to sign it.
Jeff: Wow. Good thing you caught that.
Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah, it's a good thing.
Gloria: (Laughs) (Telephone rings)
Phyllis: Phyllis Newman.
Jeff: Here you go, miss landlady.
Phyllis: Oh, gosh, I forgot. I'm sorry. Just--okay, hold on one sec. Guys, can you just stay put? I'll be right back.
Gloria: We did it.
Jeff: I cannot believe our luck. Anybody else would've run a credit check.
Gloria: I'm gonna soak in that tub till I shrivel into nothing.
Jeff: Hmm, want some company? That tub's big enough.
Jeff: It's a shame my snorkeling equipment is locked up at the club.
Gloria: We'll improvise. Can we get a bottle of champagne?
Jeff: Eh, sorry.
Gloria: Not even domestic?
Jeff: Listen, as soon as Phyllis cashes that check, I'm gonna have about 100 bucks left in my account.
Gloria: (Groans) Let's get outta here. Come on. Ooh! Thank you.
Jack: Gloria. Jeff.
Jack: Well, the world travelers are home.
Gloria: No thanks to you, Jack. A cargo ship. Four days to get back here.
Jeff: (Laughs) Easy, killer, we don't want the whole world knowing our business. Jack, thanks for your help. We, uh, ran into a little banking mishap, but it's all-- all straightened out now.
Jack: Gloria. Gloria, if you're hiding money in the Cayman Islands, my lawyers will find it.
Gloria: I haven't got a dime, thanks to you, Jack. Living on the good graces of my ex-husband.
Jeff: Yeah. Got her right where I want her.
Jack: Don't you two have someone else you can torture?
Gloria: Good idea. Let's get out of here.
Jeff: Good thinking.
Phyllis: Oh, wait. Keys.
Phyllis: (Chuckles) Enjoy.
Jeff: We will.
Jack: What, no greeting?
Phyllis: What do you want?
Jack: I want to talk to you about Sharon's baby.
Billy: You made your point. You and Delia need to come home.
Esther: Did he call?
Chloe: Yeah, he called. He left a message, and he didn't apologize.
Esther: Look, I am probably the last person in the world to give you any relationship advice, but I'm going to anyway. You know that old saying-- "Would you rather be right, or do you want to be happy?"
Jill: I thought I'd find you out here.
Chloe: Did Billy tell you?
Jill: Yeah, I stopped by the pool house.
Chloe: Was he alone?
Jill: Of course he was alone, Chloe. Honestly. I love having Cordelia here. You know, I never wanted the two of you to leave.
Chloe: You also never wanted us to get married.
Jill: And yet, you did.
Chloe: Well, you can celebrate, Jill, because it didn't work out.
Jill: Honey, the breakup of a marriage where there's a child involved is never a cause for celebration. Let me give you some advice.
Chloe: Yeah, go ahead. You and my mom, you guys can write a book together.
Jill: Do not give ultimatums unless you're willing to live with the consequences. Billy's very confused right now. This could go either way.
Billy: Why don't you be honest and tell me why you're really here?
Mac: I don't want you to make a mistake that's gonna ruin your life.
Billy: It's none of your business anymore. You're engaged to somebody else.
Mac: What does that even mean? That we can't be friends now?
Billy: I can't believe you're marrying this guy.
Mac: "This guy" that's your best friend? "This guy" that saved your life once? I thought you'd be happy for us.
Billy: No, you see, you don't love this guy like-- like you love someone that you're supposed to marry.
Mac: You have no idea how I feel. We haven't seen each other in six years. We're not kids anymore, Billy. Grow up.
Billy: Yeah, that's right. That's right. Blame it on me. That way, you don't have to face the truth, right?
Mac: You're the one that's not facing the truth.
Billy: Fine. Be honest for once. If I were available, would you still be marrying Raul?
Mac: Yeah. I love him. And we can't go back. You need to go get your wife and daughter.
Olivia: I really appreciate that. He'll get in contact with you. Well, I never actually worked with her, but she's got a great reputation. If you've got questions, she's got the answers.
Victor: All right, thank you.
Adam: Is there anything I can do?
Olivia: Ashley says you've been a great help to her.
Victor: Thank you.
Adam: She's been very kind to me.
Olivia: She's gonna need your support, Adam.
Adam: She has it.
Olivia: Okay, well, I think I'll go up and say good-bye to her.
Ashley: I'm bleeding. I think I'm losing the baby.
Olivia: I'll call for an ambulance.
Victor: Sweetheart, let's get you to the hospital right away.
Victor: Come on. Come here, my sweetheart.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Sharon: What if the baby turns out to be Jack's?
Nick: I have to tell her tonight.
Sharon: You and Nick are not the only ones who may be the father of this baby.
Ashley: Oh, my God.
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