Y&R Transcript Monday 7/6/09

Y&R Transcript Monday 7/6/09 -- Canada; Tuesday 7/7/09 -- USA


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Michael: Heather will be here. She's very punctual.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah. She's big on the rules, that one, isn't she? No matter how inhumane they are.

Nick: Will this take long?

Michael: It shouldnít. It's just preliminary fact-finding.

Phyllis: Oh, I can't believe we're doing this. We should be at the hospital right now. If my daughter wakes up, and she's looking for her mommy... (Sighs)

Nick: Hey, we're gonna get through this. We got Michael fighting for us. We're good.

(Knock on door)

Michael: Oh. I'll get it. Come in.

Heather: Hi. Thank you for meeting with me.

Nick: Well, it's not like we had a choice.

Heather: Um, how much do you know about Munchausenís by proxy syndrome?

Phyllis: Mothers make their kids sick to get attention, that's what I know.

Heather: Yes. And it's extremely rare, but sometimes, the children involved don't survive. So if an accusation is made, we have to take it very seriously. I'm sure you understand.

Phyllis: No, I don't understand that. Are you accusing me of hurting my daughter? I would never hurt my daughter.

Nick: This is ludicrous. This is ludicrous. She is an amazing mother.

Heather: You weren't present, as I understand it, when Summer ingested this peanut butter cookie, correct?

Phyllis: No. Nobody was present. Nobody was present. It was an accident--she saw the cookies, I threw them away.

Michael: Phyllis, she has to ask the question.

Phyllis: Well, I don't care. These are stupid questions! Ask 'em. Ask 'em, so I can get back to the hospital with my daughter, please.

Neil: Hey, Lily. Here you go.

Lily: (Sighs)

Neil: These are to help you fall asleep.

Lily: (Sighs) Dad, I don't need these.

Neil: Humor me, all right? Here.

Lily: (Sighs)

Neil: So listen. Devon and I, we're gonna go get the rest of your things a little later so that you don't have to see Cane at all. Do you want me to sit up with you until you fall asleep or... okay. Here.

Lily: (Sighs)

Neil: Sweetheart, you're gonna be all right. Your family's gonna help you get through this, I promise. I love you.

Nina: This is all so unbelievable.

Kay: Mm.

Murphy: Well, it's one thing to find an empty coffin. But to learn that the guy that was supposed to be in it is still alive?


Nina: Part of me is overjoyed. The other part of me wants to beat the crap out of Phillip.

Murphy: Mm.

Kay: I don't know. I'm just so... flattened by it.

Jill: You know what I think? I think it's a miracle.

Nina: Jill, it's not a miracle, okay? We loved him, and he deliberately put us through hell.

Jill: Yeah, I know, but we've all hurt each other. I mean, this is the miracle that I always prayed for but never thought could happen. And, Nina, your son, little Phillip, has his father back.

Nina: A father who abandoned him.

Jill: Don't even tell me you're gonna try to turn those two against each other.

Murphy: (Sighs)

Nina: He's gotta answer for what he did, and so does Cane.

Jill: My God. You want us at each other's throats. You won't be happy until you've torn this family apart.

Cane: I held up my end of the bargain. I never told anyone who I was, not even Lily.

Phillip: You were a better Phillip Chancellor than I ever was. But whether I came back or not, man, it's over. This way, you don't have to take the fall alone.

Heather: I understand the two of you have been having marital difficulties.

Phyllis: Okay, what does that have to do with anything?

Heather: Is that a yes?

Nick: Yeah, we're having some problems.

Heather: And it is a fact that you're living at the Athletic Club with your ex-wife?

Michael: Counselor, I don't see the relevance.

Heather: Well, it's not uncommon in Munchausenís by proxy syndrome that the parents have emotional distance between them. In fact, it can be a motivating factor.

Phyllis: Okay, so-- so anybody whose marriage is breaking up is a suspect is what you're saying?

Michael: Phyllis.

Phyllis: Okay, no. I know all about this syndrome. I know about it, okay? Uh, parents make their kids sick. They take--take them to doctor after doctor. They subject them to all sorts of treatments. But if you check our daughter's records, they're clean. Her medical records are fine.

Heather: I've checked her records.

Phyllis: Okay, so you know.

Heather: Look, however unhappy this makes you, if there is a report that you're putting your daughter's health at risk--

Nick: Okay, hold on a second. Who--who said this? Who--who filed a report?

Heather: I'm not at liberty to tell you that.

Phyllis: If somebody is accusing me of child abuse, I damn well want to know.

Mary Jane: Well, there's no need to worry about Phyllis anymore. She'll have her hands full defending herself against all those terrible rumors, hmm? I do feel sorry for Summer. Poor thing. But sometimes you have to break a few eggs to make an omelet, right? (Chuckles) You know that better than anyone, don't you? Well, and now her mommy won't, uh, have any time to chase after Jack. Hmm.

Murphy: You want to keep this up? Take it outside.

Nina: (Clears throat) Okay, I'm sorry. I-I know where Jill's coming from. She got a son back today and lost another.

Jill: And that just thrills you, doesn't it?

Nina: No, I am not thrilled. (Scoffs) I just--I had to find out what Cane was up to. He was so defensive.

Kay: Yes, well, he had a lot to lose, as did we all.

Murphy: It's gonna take some time for the shock to wear off.

Kay: What then, Murphy? What then? My God, I thought I'd written the story of my life, understood the lessons. Nothing is what it seemed. (Chuckles) My whole family's history is being rewritten right before my eyes, and I just-- I-I-I-I can't take any more.

Murphy: No, no, no. Don't say that.

Kay: I-I thought my faith could be rattled-- no, not easily, and you know that. But today, my faith has been rattled right to the very core.

Murphy: You just need some rest.

Kay: (Scoffs)

Nina: We should go.

Jill: Yeah, we should.

Kay: And no more fighting. Please, no more fighting.

Cane: You are a liar, Phillip! You want me to think you were looking out for me? You want me to believe that?

Phillip: Hey, you knew what the risks were when you stepped into my life.

Cane: No, my life. This is my life, not yours, 'cause you don't want it. You threw it away.

Nina: Would the two of you shut up? You already gave her a stroke today.

Phillip: All right, okay. Give my love to Katherine.

Nina: What are you doing here? Leave.

Cane: I need to see Katherine.

Nina: No. No way.

Cane: I'm not leaving until I see her.

Nina: Well, pitch a tent, because you're not getting in. Murphy, call security.

Kay: Let him in.

Nina: (Sighs)

Jill: (Sighs)

Kay: Pleased with yourself?

Cane: No, Ma'am.

Kay: Why not? Quite a triumph, elaborate plan. (Chuckles) Oh, my God, how you must have laughed at us.

Cane: No, this was never a game to me. Once I got to know you, I couldn't believe that Phillip would honestly ever leave, because being part of your family has been the greatest honor of my life.

Kay: Undeserved honor.

Cane: And I've lived with that every day, but it made me a better man, a man who wants to be worthy of your trust and your respect...

Jill: (Sighs)

Cane: 'Cause I just love being your grandson.

Jill: (Sniffles)

Cane: And I love being your son.

Jill: (Sighs)

Cane: I haven't belonged to anyone since my mother died when I was just a little boy, and I miss it so much. So if--if there's any way that you could salvage something from this, if there's any way you could just forgive me...

Kay: You have a hell of a lot of nerve, don't you?

Cane: Yes, Ma'am.

Kay: You listen to me. You left an entire family brokenhearted. Brokenhearted. And Lily-- oh, my God, that poor child. She believed in you, at least in part because we did. We gave you respectability. We gave you status, and you used that. You, young man, made us partners in the betrayal of her.

Cane: I'll always love her.

Kay: "Love"? Oh, get out! Get him out. Get him out, Murphy. Get him out.

Cane: Please come with me and let me explain this to you. Please. Please.

Jill: (Sighs)

Murphy: Time to go.

Jill: (Sniffles) (Cries) (Sniffles) (Sighs)

Lily: (Sighs) (Sniffles)

Phyllis: Can she do this, Michael? Can she keep us from our daughter based on hearsay? Some anonymous lie?

Nick: It's like the Salem witch trails. How is she supposed to defend herself?

Heather: By telling the truth.

Phyllis: I am telling the truth. But you're not very interested in the truth, are you? It's not really headline-grabbing, is it? "Mother loves her daughter"-- big deal. "Mother poisons her daughter"-- you could really build a career on that, can't you, Heather?

Michael: Let's not go there. Let's not go there.

Phyllis: Well, I-I-- that's right. I wouldn't want to make some unfounded accusation, would I?


Michael: What exactly has Phyllis been accused of?

Heather: It's been suggested that she possibly induced Summer's allergic reaction.

Phyllis: Who would say something so horrible?

Heather: The D.A.'s office did a preliminary investigation, and we know that Summer recently was diagnosed with a severe allergy to peanuts. We also know that there were cookies containing peanuts in your office.

Phyllis: There were cookies. Yes, there were. I threw them away. Summer wanted them. I threw them in the trash. Obviously, she got back into them. When I came back into the office, she was lying there. She wasn't breathing. I gave her an epinephrine shot, and then I called the paramedics.

Heather: And when all this was happening, where were you, Nick?

Nick: I was in my car on the way to the hospital.

Heather: The hospital?

Nick: Yes, I was meeting someone there who was getting some test results.

Heather: And who was that?

Nick: Sharon.

Phyllis: Yeah, uh, big deal. Of course he'd be meeting Sharon. He lives with Sharon.

Heather: And-- and what sort of test results?

Michael: How is that relevant?

Heather: I'm trying to verify a story, and I'm wondering why all of a sudden, you're getting so defensive.

Nick: Sharon had a, uh, prenatal paternity test.

Heather: And-- and you knew about this.

Phyllis: Yes, I did.

Heather: So not only is your husband leaving you and your daughter, he's starting a new family with the woman you despise. You must have been very upset that day. Weren't you? Answer the question, Phyllis. Your husband, and you needed him, and so did your little girl.

Nick: (Sighs)

Heather: And--and you know that in spite of everything that was happening, he loved you, too. He just needed a little bit of a reminder.

Nick: What are you saying?

Heather: You had only just found out about Summer's allergy. You had no idea that the reaction would be so severe.

Michael: Oh, please, that's enough.

Heather: Nick just needed a little bit of a reminder, just--just a reminder of everything that he stood to lose.

Nick: Are you kidding me right now?

Heather: Look, I know that you didn't mean to hurt Summer, okay? And--and we can get you help if you just confess.

Michael: Phyllis!

Phyllis: Get out of my house. I swear to you. Get out of my house. I would never hurt my daughter. Anyone who knows me knows that. Get the hell out of my house.

Michael: Come on.

Heather: Fine.

Michael: Let's go.

Nick: It's okay. She's gone. It's okay.

Heather: Uh, well, that certainly does not help her cause.

Michael: Well, I did try to warn you.

Heather: Warn me? You--you stood there silently while your client just assaulted me.

Michael: You accused the woman of attempting to murder her own child. Any mother would have reacted the same way. Now are you pressing charges?

Heather: No. But I-I intend to pursue this case with all due diligence.


Michael: You mean with all due vengeance.

Heather: Summer's life is at stake.

Michael: This case does not fit the Munchausenís-by-proxy profile, and you know it. What happened to Summer was an accident.

Heather: I am not convinced, and the only thing that I am sure of is that woman is not above using violence to get what she wants. Good night.

Mary Jane: I think Summer's gonna like that. What do you think, kitty? Huh? (Clicks tongue)

(Cell phone rings)

Mary Jane: Hello? Yeah, I'll be right there.

Phillip: I feel like I'm trespassing.

Nina: No, you belong here. You always did.

Phillip: I'm pretty tired.

Nina: Would you like me to show you to a room?

Phillip: No, no. I'll get a hotel.

Nina: (Sighs) Don't do that to your mother. She'll want you to stay here.

Phillip: Yeah, I know. I know she's pretty upset.

Nina: Well, why shouldn't she be?

Phillip: You haven't changed.

Nina: No, I have changed. We've all changed. Your death changed us.

Phillip: I know. I know. I saw that in Katherine's face. I saw that in mom's face. I can see that in your face. I don't--I was-- I was telling myself for the longest time that you guys were gonna be better off.

Nina: Oh, so you were lying to yourself, as well.

Phillip: Hey, come on, listen. You're gonna have plenty of time to beat me up, okay?

Nina: Oh, right. So I'm the bad guy? We should all feel sorry for you?

Phillip: No. No, that's not what I'm saying. I'm just saying I'm just a little overwhelmed, okay? I don't feel like getting into this right now.

Nina: Why? You've had 20 years to prepare. You just pop up out of the grave. We're gonna have questions. And, what, you can't handle that? Just like you couldn't handle having a wife and a child? So we could all just go to hell? You know, maybe you're the one who hasn't changed.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: I need to ask you something.

Cane: You can ask me anything.

Lily: (Chuckles) Right. Now you're an open book, huh? Now that it's too late?

Cane: It would have always been too late, right? From day one, if you'd known I was just pretending to be who I said I was.

Lily: Yeah, you're right. I would have run the other way, because one thing that I cannot stand is people lying to me, and you knew that. I told you the secrets that my parents kept and what that did to me, and how it's hard for me to trust and-- was that funny to you?

Cane: No.

Lily: This whole time, I'm--I'm baring my soul to a con artist.

Cane: I'm not a con artist.

Lily: How could you be so cruel? How could you let me fall in love with another liar? I mean, how could I be so wrong about you?

Cane: You weren't wrong. I lied to you about my name, and you know that when you told me you didn't care about-- about my name, you told me that you loved me for being me, and I've always been me, always. And that is real.

Lily: You're right. It did not matter to me that you were a Chancellor. But it sure did matter to you, though, didn't it? So much so that you went along with Chloeís lie about the baby just so your cover wasn't blown. You gave me up, Cane. You chose your secret over me.

Neil: Lily? Lily? (Sighs) Oh, come on.

Neil: (Sighs)

Lily: You've reached Mrs. Cane Ashby. Please leave a message.

Neil: Lily, where are you? It's your dad. I'm worried. Please call me.

Phillip: Okay, I-- ask me anything you want.

Nina: Have a seat. It's a long list. You just completely disappeared without a trace. How did you manage all that half-alive from a hospital bed?

Phillip: (Sighs) A lot of it was planned ahead of time. Not the car crash, of course, but, uh, I had fantasized for a long time about running away. So I had stashed some money. I got a fake passport, but it stood there for months. I didn't use it. I was chicken. I was too much a coward.

Nina: No, running away is a coward.

Phillip: Nina, it wasn't a question of, uh, going or staying. It was a question of going or dying.

Nina: (Sighs)

Phillip: When I had driven my car off the road, I wanted to be dead. I didn't want to be alive. I woke up, and I asked the doctor, "Please, finish me off. I-I don't want to be alive." But he wouldn't do it, so I begged him, uh, "Help me escape."

Nina: "Escape."

Phillip: I'm telling you how I saw it then. Dr. Steele, he-- he gave me some meds to knock me out. He rigged the machines so that they would flat line, and he signed my death certificate.

Nina: Must have cost you.

Phillip: Yeah. Yeah, a lot. And the cop, too. I mean, he got me from the morgue to the airport on the plane. He got me my passport, and then I flew to Sydney.

Nina: Yeah, why Sydney?

Phillip: It was the furthest place away from Genoa City that I could think of.

Nina: (Scoffs)

Phillip: I'm sorry.

Nina: It doesn't sound like you're sorry. It doesn't sound like you thought about us at all. I mean, you had to know what we would go through-- me and your mother and your son. You did know. You just didn't care, did you? Didn't you love us at all?

Cane: I didn't choose the secret over you.

Lily: How can you even say that?

Cane: Because I would have lost you anyway. Because to prove I wasn't the father of Chloeís baby, I would have had to admit that I used someone else's blood for the paternity test.

Lily: So you knew Billy was the father because he's Phillip's half brother.

Cane: Yes, and I thought he was gonna step up.

Lily: And you knew that he was lying to me, too.

Cane: I tried to warn you. What, you don't think it wasn't killing me seeing you with him, thinking he was with you, knowing he was gonna hurt you?

Lily: But you did nothing, Cane, nothing! What if I had fallen in love with him? What if I had married him? What would you have done? Nothing? You never gave a damn about me. You were only protecting yourself!

Cane: It was for you! It was for you. It was all for you. Everything I did was for you! I didn't care about the Chancellor name. I didn't care about the money. I gave up the money. I gave up the job. All that mattered was you. I did this whole stupid charade for you, 'cause I knew for a fact if you found out the truth, you wouldn't love me anymore.

Kay: "The Lord giveth, and the lord taketh away." From the book of Job. God took his entire family.

Jill: Yeah, except God didn't take Phillip, did he? God, Katherine. I have been so angry for so long over that, and it was me.

Kay: No. It was all of us.

Jill: We drove him away.

Kay: He didn't send Cane to us, either. We would like to think so. Remember, we--we said he was an answer to our prayers.

Jill: How could I have been so wrong?

Kay: Because we were desperate, desperate to make amends, desperate for a second chance.

Jill: Well, it looks like we have that, huh?

Kay: Do we? Perhaps for you. I don't know if I want to know this Phillip.

Jill: Katherine.

Kay: What, is that so surprising? Does that surprise you?

Jill: Well, I-I don't think he meant to be cruel.

Kay: Not when he disappeared, because he was in such agony, but sending Cane here?


Jill: Yeah, to help us heal.

Kay: Heal? You call it healing when-- when I-I believed that I gave away my grandson? I mean, I almost didn't survive that revelation. Phillip may-- may not have known it, but I-- I loved that boy like he was my own. And for him to treat me this way, I don't know if I can get past it. Oh, I really donít. (Voice cracks) I really donít.

Michael: I didn't think I'd actually need to spell this out for you, but assaulting the assistant district attorney--

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, that wasn't--mm.

Michael: Uh, not a good idea.

Phyllis: I'm sorry. She had it coming.

Michael: Be that as it may, it doesn't help your case.

Nick: Heather's got nothing but a sick rumor.

Phyllis: Thank you.

Michael: Yeah, well, and now a personal grudge.

Nick: Well, it shouldn't be enough to keep her away from her daughter.

Michael: All right. I'll try and get the family court judge to reassess the charges, maybe drop the restrictions.

Phyllis: Michael, please. Can you? Can you do this quickly? I need to get back to my daughter, please.

Michael: I know. You know what? You hang in there just a little while longer. All right. (Makes kissing sound)

Phyllis: Thank you.

Michael: Yeah.

Nick: Thanks, Michael.

Michael: Okay.

Nick: I guess I should be going, too.

Phyllis: Please don't go. Please.

Heather: Hi.

Mary Jane: Hi.

Heather: Thanks for coming.

Mary Jane: Oh, of course.

Heather: Mm-hmm.

Mary Jane: Of course. You met with Phyllis.

Heather: I did, yes, and I, uh, I'll probably have a bruise to show for it.

Mary Jane: What, she attacked you?

Heather: Let's just say she won't be cooperating with the investigation.

Mary Jane: But it will continue.

Heather: Yes, of course. It's definitely going to continue, but I want to reassure you that no one will ever find out that you reported the abuse.

Mary Jane: Oh, thank you. I--this--this was very difficult for me to do. I adore Phyllis, but I felt it was necessary to protect Summer.

Nick: The house sure is quiet without her, huh?

Phyllis: Yeah. Thank you for staying. I would go insane here alone.

Nick: You're not alone.

Phyllis: Who would say those things about me? I mean, who hates me that much?

Nick: It just has to be a misunderstanding. You know, for a while, you were saying this was your fault.

Phyllis: Yeah, well, I meant because I wasn't careful.

Nick: Well, I know, but somebody could have heard you wrong.

Phyllis: Somebody at the hospital, you think?

Nick: Maybe, like a nurse or something.

Phyllis: Do you doubt me?

Nick: Phyllis, of course not.

Phyllis: Really? I mean, just for a little bit, did you ever think that maybe--

Nick: Absolutely not. Look, I-- I'm gonna be here with you, by your side the whole time fighting this until Summer gets home safe and sound where she belongs.

Phyllis: Oh. And then after-- after Summer gets home, will you still be here?

Nick: I haven't thought that far ahead. Let's just-- let's just get through this, okay?

Phyllis: Okay. I-I'm gonna go crazy without her here.

Nick: Then let's go.

Phyllis: Yeah, but the court order-- we can't go. We can't go to the hospital.

Nick: No, that just bars us from her room, not the hospital.

Phyllis: What are we waiting for? Let's go then. Really? Just the room? Are you sure?

Phillip: If I would have loved you guys less, I probably could have stayed. I-I-it just would have shredded me to see you guys so let down by me, but I-I don't expect you to understand this, okay?

Nina: (Sighs)

Phillip: What-- I thought about you all the time, and I thought about our son. And I would reach for the phone, I would dial it, and then I would hang it up, because what was I gonna say to you?

Nina: How about what you're saying right now?

Phillip: I wasn't there, okay? It took me a long time to figure out what I did and who I am.

Nina: And Cane?

Phillip: Yeah. (Chuckles) I-it seemed like a good idea at the time, you know? I met the guy, and he was the Phillip Chancellor that I thought everybody wanted. I-I thought he would make everybody happy. I thought it was--it-- I thought it was great. And he didn't have anybody in Australia.

Nina: Yeah, well, he's about to have nobody again.

Phillip: Yeah, I don't feel great about that.

Nina: It's not all your fault. You probably would have let him go on living your life forever.

Phillip: No, that's not true. Uh, I did promise Cane that, but last year when I heard about Katherine's "Death," it hit me hard, and I thought, I've gotta face my truths, so--

Nina: "Face your"-- what does that mean, "Face your truth"? I'm sorry. This just isn't making any sense. I-if you needed us all to back off, why didn't you just say so? Why did you have to run away?

Phillip: I wasn't running because of the pressure.

Nina: Well, then why? What was so awful that you couldn't talk to us about it?

Lily: It was a mistake coming here.

Cane: Please--please don't go. Please don't go.

(Pounding on door)

Neil: Cane, open up.

Cane: Look, Langley-- Phillip, he offered me a fresh start at a whole new family, family that would need me as much as I need them. You understand this, don't you?


Neil: Open the door.

Lily: Listen, I have to go.

Cane: You know how much I love you, don't you?

Neil: Open it!

Lily: I don't know anything, Cane. Just let me--let me go!

Neil: I told you. I told you to stay away from my daughter! Don't you ever, ever touch her again.

Phyllis: This is so wrong. There is a guard outside of my daughter's room. A guard.

Nick: He's just doing his job, and we're gonna do ours. We're gonna sit here, and we're gonna pray for our little girl to come back to us, okay?

(Cell phone rings)

Phyllis: Hello?

Mary Jane: Hey, it's Mary Jane. How you doing?

Phyllis: Um, you know, as well as could be expected.

Mary Jane: Y-you've been on my mind all night. It's, uh, it's so bizarre that anyone could think what happened was your fault. I-I never will.

Phyllis: I appreciate your support.

Mary Jane: Y-you're not alone, are you?

Phyllis: No, Nick is with me.

Mary Jane: Good. (Chuckles) That's good. Um, if you need anything, please let me know, okay?

Phyllis: Thanks.

Mary Jane: (Sighs) (Sighs)

Kay: What in God's green earth could Phillip have been thinking?

Jill: Oh, I don't know, Katherine.

Kay: Trying "To help us heal"? My God, we were healing. Remember? We'd become so close. We'd become very close. And then that God-awful night... I had to tell you that I'd given your infant son away while I was in a drunken-- drunken rage? That's why--that's-- that's exactly what Phillip led me to believe. You know that, don't you? But why did-

Jill: Please, please, please.

Kay: Did he want-- did he want me to hate myself as much as--as he hated me?

Jill: Katherine, please.

Kay: Is that what--

Jill: Please. I couldn't bear to lose somebody else. Please.

Kay: Oh, dear God. It's--it's like another death, isn't it? (Chuckles) Oh.

Jill: You know what? It's true.

Kay: Losing Cane.

Jill: No, Phillip was right.

Kay: (Moans)

Jill: We needed Cane.

Kay: Oh, yes, but that's been torn from us. Don't worry. I'll be damned if I'm gonna get upset. I've got to stay strong. We both do. And we've got to break it to them, the two of us-- that wonderful and terrible news... that his father is still alive. His father's still alive. (Chuckles) Oh, God.

Jill: (Sighs)

Phillip: Back then, I couldn't have been honest with you.

Nina: Why?

Phillip: I felt ashamed.

Nina: And you thought that I wouldn't understand shame?

Phillip: Not mine.

Nina: What, because of the drinking?

Phillip: No, no. The drinking-- that was just a symptom. That wasn't the cause of it.

Nina: Well, then what? You said that you felt like you were letting us down, but you werenít.

Phillip: Oh, I-I knew what was expected of me. I did what was expected. I was acting a part.

Nina: And you felt trapped.

Phillip: Yeah.

Nina: In the marriage?

Phillip: In my own skin. That's what you guys have to understand before anything else. This is not about you. It's not about Mom. It's not about Katherine. This is about me. It's about the truth that I've been hiding all this time.

Nina: What truth?

Phillip: I'm gay. I've always been gay.

Neil: Lily, go wait in the car.

Cane: Neil, I need to talk to my wife.

Neil: Man, you'd better step off!

Lily: Dad, please. Let's just go home.

Cane: Lily, you know I love you. It'll never change.

Neil: Cane, if I find you within 10 feet of my little girl, I swear on my life, as sure as I'm standing here, I'll make sure you go to prison for a very long time. Come on, Lily. Lily!

Lily: (Sighs) (Sniffles)

Cane: (Sighs heavily)

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

Sharon: Somebody needs to talk to Phyllis.

Nick: I don't think you could help her.

Sharon: I might be the only one who can.

Rafe: How stupid do you think I am?

Victor: What's the meaning of this?

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