Y&R Transcript Friday 7/10/09

Y&R Transcript Friday 7/10/09 -- Canada; Monday 7/13/09 -- U.S.A.


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Cane: (Sighs)

Phillip: Hey.

Cane: I don't want to fight with you, and I don't want to talk to you about anything.

Phillip: Fine. Just, uh, my usual.

Cane: Club soda, slice of lime, slice of lemon, huh?

Phillip: You remember. Good job.

Cane: I remember everything you told me, Phillip.

Phillip: (Laughs) That's why you were such a convincing Chancellor.

Cane: Yeah, and it makes me sick to think I hurt these people by lying to them. And just now it's dawning on me the life you gave me, the life I had, never existed.

Phillip: That's exactly how I felt when I decided to leave this place forever.

Billy: Are you sure you're ready to go home? I mean, one more night in the hospital wouldn't hurt, would it?

Kay: Oh, Billy, Darling, I assure you, I will recuperate much more quickly at home in my own bed than I would be here in this one.

Billy: Okay.

Kay: Thank you.

Billy: Yes, Ma'am. What?

Jill: Nothing, Honey. I'm just so sorry that I ever doubted your instincts about Cane.

Nina: Yeah, well, Cane had the entire world believing he was a good guy.

Kay: Oh, well, thanks to your other son Phillip.

Jill: Well, I guess I'm just a lousy mother, aren't I, Katherine?

Billy: Says who, Mom?

Mac: I'm sure she didn't mean it that way, Jill. At least Phillip cared enough to be honest with you.

Kay: Uh, Mackenzie, Dear, if that, uh, is your id-idea of being honest, or the word "Honesty," then you have a lot to learn about people. Phillip would still be in Australia serving up booze if this charade with, uh, Cane hadn't happened.

Jill: Katherine, Phillip ran away from us. He hated his life, and we were responsible.

Mary Jane: Well, it's not much, is it, kitty? But... (Sighs) At least there's a roof over our head, right? Huh?

[Mary Jane remembering]

Victor: You'll be well-provided for, okay? You're a beautiful woman now. You'll have a hell of a time in Rio. Don't worry about a thing.

Mary Jane: And if I refuse, Victor?

Victor: I wouldn't contemplate that if I were you. You get the hell out of this town.

Mary Jane: (Sighs) I know. I know you liked the club, but I did, too. But Victor made us leave. He tried sending us to South America-- the nerve. We have as much right to live in this town as anyone. There are people here we love, hmm? Not that anyone cares about us. Well, Victor's son seems decent enough to let us stay here and--until we can figure out what to do next.

Mary Jane: (Sighs) Yuck.

Mary Jane: (Sniffles)

Mary Jane: (Sniffles) (Sighs) We're alone in the world, kitty. Mm-hmm. It wasn't supposed to be like this. Victor promised me-- promised me Jack. He promised me. And I am gonna make sure he keeps his promise.


Victor: Where the hell is this woman? You do whatever it takes, and if you need more people, you let me know.

Ashley: Still no word on Mary Jane?

Victor: No. Someone is on it.

Ashley: I can't believe that she could say something so damaging about Phyllis-- that she's responsible for Summer's accident. Why is she targeting Nick and--and Phyllis? I don't understand. She must be insane.

Victor: Sweetheart, please, sit down. Don't work yourself up over this, okay?

Ashley: Oh, well, I'm not supposed to have an opinion?

Victor: Of course you can. Everything is fine now. Please sit down. I'm working on it. Summer's awake. She's with her parents. All I'm focused on right now is--is you and the baby, all right?

Ashley: I just can't wait till Dr. Taylor gets here.

Victor: I'm glad that he was able to arrange for this portable ultrasound machine.

Ashley: I know. So we've heard the baby's heartbeat. Now it's time for us to see our baby, right?

Victor: Yes. Of course.

Adam: Why aren't you here yet?

Dr. Taylor: Calm down. Everything's under control if this damn machine would just cooperate.

Adam: There's actual footage in there, right? The--the--a-a baby roughly the same age as Ashley's?

Dr. Taylor: The age her baby would be if she hadn't miscarried. Isn't that what you meant to say?

Adam: Don't mess with me, Taylor, not tonight. It's too important.

Dr. Taylor: In answer to your question, I have rigged this machine with the appropriate image.

Adam: Look, they have to think that everything's fine, that Ashley is still pregnant.

Dr. Taylor: Are we done? (Sighs) Because I still have some tweaks I need to make.

Adam: How are you gonna explain the fact that her belly's not getting any bigger and she's supposedly pregnant?

Dr. Taylor: All women carry and show differently, not to mention, Ashley believes she's pregnant. So does her belly. That's how hysterical pregnancy works. I have already explained all of this to you.

Adam: Are you sure you want to use that tone with me? You really want to piss me off? You think that's a good idea?

Dr. Taylor: I could blow you out of the water, too. You seem to keep forgetting that, Adam, and I don't think you should. I'm getting to the point where I wouldn't really give a damn if I had to lose my license if it meant getting you off my back.

(Cell phone thuds on bed)

Adam: (Sighs) (Grunts)

Victor: Sweetheart, the electrician called, and he wanted to know what kind of lighting you would like in the nursery.

Ashley: Well, I think the decorator's gonna handle that... hopefully, a little better than you're trying to handle me. If it's bothering you that I'm pacing, you can just tell me so, because I'm not a china doll, Victor. I'm not gonna break.

Victor: You've got to realize that I want to make sure that everything is fine just as well as you do.

Ashley: And that's why we called Dr. Taylor here today to put both of our minds...

(Doorbell rings)

(Footsteps approaching)

Ashley: At ease.

Adam: I'll get it.

Adam: Who is it?

Dr. Taylor: Hello, Adam. It's Charles Taylor.

Adam: (Whispering) You pull this off, or we're both screwed.

Victor: Dr. Taylor, welcome. So glad you're here. Please come in.

Phillip: You thought finding a family would solve all your problems. Then I thought leaving my family would solve all of my problems. And now everything is just-- everything's on its head.

Cane: Yeah. Well, we were both fools to think that this would work, huh?

Phillip: It did work for--for a while, so that's good, right?

Cane: Tell me what's good about it. To get close to people like Katherine, Jill, Lily, have 'em yanked away from me-- what's good about that?

Mac: I just came from the hospital.

Cane: How's Katherine doing?

Mac: They're releasing her tonight.

Cane: (Sighs) That is just wonderful.

Phillip: Yeah. It must mean she's doing better.

Mac: We'll see.

Cane: So what are you doing here?

Mac: It's my shift. I have an obligation.

Phillip: I should go.

Cane: Hey, are you gonna be there to welcome Katherine home?

Phillip: (Inhales deeply) Oh, man, I'm not sure about that.

Cane: Listen. Listen. I know you care about these people. That's why you sent me here in the first place.

Phillip: Not that they believe that.

Cane: Well, some things are beyond their control, don't you think? Did you tell them?

Phillip: My deep dark secret?

Cane: Phillip, these are sophisticated people.

Phillip: Yeah, but it's easier when it's somebody else's kid that's gay. I told Nina.

Cane: And what'd she say?

Phillip: Mm. Let's put it this way-- my coming back from the dead-- it's not gonna be enough to soften the blow for any of them, all right?

Jill: (Sighs)

Kay: All right. Where, where, where is that nurse! I've got--I-I need to get home to see Murphy.

Jill: Then maybe we can all get back on track as a family.

Billy: Does that include Phillip?

(Clears throat)

Jill: As long as he's in town and willing, yeah.

Billy: Oh, come on, Mom. I mean, the guy, he--he fakes his own death, and then he abandons his kid, and on top of all that, he tells Cane to make Katherine believe she was actually in on that baby-swapping nonsense. I mean, who the hell drops that type of guilt on someone and just let's them drown in it?

Nina: Why are you stirring up trouble?

Billy: I'm entitled to my opinion.

Nina: Yeah, but it's not about you.

Jill: Nina--

Kay: No, I'm--I'm sorry. I, uh, I happen to agree with Billy. If sending a proxy is Phillip's way of healing a familyó


Nina: There were mitigating circumstances.

Kay: What circumstances, Nina?

Nina: (Sighs)

Jill: Did Phillip tell you something and not us? How long have you been sitting on this information?

Nina: Jill, will you just drop this territorial attitude?

Billy: Nina, why don't you drop it?

Jill: Thank you. Thank you. She's always been like this. Thinks everybody else is jealous of her when the problem is hers.

Nina: (Scoffs)

Billy: So what's the story? Let us in on it.

Nina: I canít.

Jill: What do you mean, you can't?

Nina: I promised Phillip.

Billy: Promised him what? What are you trying to hide, Nina?

Nina: Nothing. Look, you'll just have to ask him, okay?

Billy: That's not an answer.

Jill: I just find it appalling that, after all these years, you're still so possessive of Phillip that you'd protect his privacy rather than tell us something that might help us fix all this.

Kay: If anything can.

Jill: We'll never know as long as Nina's so hell-bent on keeping things from us.

Nina: Damn it, Jill, it's not my story to tell, all right? So just lay off.

Cane: Hey, have you seen the, uh--

Mac: Under the bar. It's the last box. We're gonna have to order more. Excuse me.

Cane: Can--can I talk to you? I want to tell you something. Mackenzie, will you please come here? Will you please look at me?

Mac: What?

Cane: You don't like working for me anymore. I know.

Mac: The problem is... (Sighs) I-I don't know you. I thought I did. And then I had to watch my grandmother deal with a stroke. No, I don't enjoy working for you right now.

Cane: Then donít.

Mac: Fine. You can, um, mail my last paycheck.

Cane: I'm not firing you. If you don't want to work for me, why don't you work for yourself? I'm offering to sell you the bar.

Mac: (Scoffs) Chancellors always run out on Chancellors. I guess you're more like family than I thought.

Nina: Are you waiting for Katherine and Jill?

Phillip: I hope nobody minds.

Nina: They're in Jill's car. We caravanned over from the hospital. Billy's with them. They should be here any minute.

Phillip: Good. I can't wait to see them.

Nina: Look, for your information, they all know that there's more to your story, okay? So I hope you're planning on explaining it to them, because I don't know how long I can keep your secret.

Phillip: My coming-out party. Yeah, Cane was just telling me about that.

Nina: Well, you know what? Cane can go to hell, all right? I don't even want to hear his name. You are Phillip Chancellor III, not some cheap imitation.

Phillip: What do you want from me, Nina?

Nina: Well, the truth would be nice. I know Katherine and Jill would appreciate it.

Phillip: Katherine just had a stroke, okay? The last thing she needs is more stress.

Nina: (Sighs) I guarantee, if you don't tell her what you told me, it's just gonna stress her out even more.

Phillip: Sharing the truth with you, hearing that, did that, uh, help you, did it bring you peace?

Nina: (Sighs) It made me understand that things were more complicated.

Phillip: The answer is no, it didnít. So it's not gonna make things easier for them, either.

Kay: I'm not an invalid, Jill.

Jill: Humor me.

Kay: It seems half my life, that's all I've done is humor you.

Nina: Why don't you let them decide?

Jill: (Clears throat) Careful. Be careful.

Kay: All right.

Jill: Let us decide what?

Nina: Whether you'd like to sit down now and hear the full story-- why Phillip spiraled out of control all those years ago.

Mary Jane: Oh, my God. What if this is a trap? We're right under Victor's nose. Oh, God. Was this a mistake? I don't know Adam from a hole in the ground. He could be just like his father and turn on us at any second. Oh, God. Okay, you know what? Just stay calm, Patty. (Sighs) Okay? Breathe. (Inhales sharply) (Exhales deeply) Okay, we just got to think. Think, think, think, think, think. All right, we've gotten this far, right? I mean, we fooled Paul and everyone. Yeah, we don't want to throw this away. Oh, kitty. How do I know if Adam is our friend? What if we can't trust him?

Victor: Are you comfortable?

Ashley: Yeah, I'm fine. Thank you.

Victor: (Sighs)

Dr. Taylor: Almost ready.

Victor: Adam, would you give us some time alone? I think Ashley would prefer some privacy.

Ashley: Actually, I don't mind if Adam stays. I mean, if you want to, Adam. It's your baby sister or baby brother.

Adam: Sounds like Victor would rather I left. I'll check in with you later.

Victor: Thank you.

Dr. Taylor: I brought a gown for you to put on.

Ashley: That's not necessary, Doctor. We've both seen my-- my pregnant tummy before, right? Nothing new. Whoa, it's getting big. I'm not my usual svelte self, am I?

Victor: Pregnant women are beautiful.

Ashley: Oh, thank you. I'm not supposed to be svelte right now.

Victor: No.

Dr. Taylor: I hope this gel won't be too cold.

Ashley: Okay.



Ashley: What's happening? Why isn't there anything on there? Is there something wrong with the baby?

Dr. Taylor: (Clears throat)

Victor: Why aren't we seeing more by now?

Dr. Taylor: Well, uh... (Laughs) Normally, I would be doing this in my office, uh, with an ultrasound technician. I'm just not that used to this portable device.

Victor: Is it the device or something else?

Ashley: (Gasps) Oh, my God. There's our--

Victor: Look at that.

Ashley: There's our baby. That's our baby.


Dr. Taylor: Yeah, see? You can see the little legs and the--the fingers. Those are the hands.

Ashley: (Gasps) It's--she's-- she's turning around.

Victor: Oh, my goodness.

Ashley: (Laughs)

Victor: That's a future gymnast. See it? Right there.

Ashley: (Laughs)

Dr. Taylor: The nasal bone development looks good.

Victor: Look at that.

Dr. Taylor: And I would say your instincts are right. There's an excellent chance that this baby is a little girl.

Ashley: (Laughs) I told you so. It's a baby girl.


Victor: I knew your instincts were right.

Dr. Taylor: Now I could print up some pictures from this if you'd like me to.

Ashley: I would love that. Thank you so much.


Victor: A little girl. What a miracle.

Ashley: Oh.

Victor: And now we can share it with the rest of the world.

Ashley: Oh.


Cane: I am not running.

Mac: Then what do you call it?

Cane: I call it giving people I love the time and the space they need to heal. That's what I call it.

Mac: Spin it however you want, Cane.

Cane: I give in. You win. There you go.

Mac: I'm not judging you. Okay, maybe I am judging you, but only because I ran, too, and Billy ran and Phillip-- (Scoffs) Phillip's the champ. But here you are giving yourself a free pass. So what happens next? Dump Jimmy's? Go back to Oz? Pretend this was all some extended vacation?

Cane: (Sighs) No, no, no. There's no way I'm gonna go back there. No.

Mac: Why not?

Cane: Well, it's obvious you don't know me. Otherwise, you wouldn't ask me that question.

Mac: Then I'm confused. If you're not taking off, does that mean you're staying?

Cane: I don't know. I-I'm not sure. I mean, why would I stay? The people who hate me think I'm scum. Billy wants to hang me from the highest tree. I mean, I don't get this guy. How could you take a woman like Jill for granted?

Mac: If you're gonna dump on Billy--

Cane: All right. No. Wait, wait, wait. I'm not dumping. I don't mean to insult. Seriously, I don't mean to insult you. It's just I have never felt so safe and some comfortable with anybody that I feel like I could take you for granted because you'll always be there. It's not who I am. It's never who I've been, and I will never be that person.

Nina: Billy, would you mind...

Phillip: (Clears throat)

Nina: Giving your mother and Katherine a minute alone with Phillip?

Billy: (Laughs)

Jill: Go ahead, Sweetie. We'll talk later.

Billy: Okay. If you need me, just call, no matter how late.

Jill: Okay.

Billy: Bye.

(Clears throat)

Jill: Okay. Okay. So... go ahead, Phillip.

(Door closes)

Jill: Please tell us what it is we don't know that might help us accept this.

Phillip: Can you imagine anything that I would have to say that would make what I did okay? I canít.

Kay: Well, if you were injured or confused and trying to find your way back to us.

Phillip: No. That wasn't the case.

Kay: Well, then, uh, yes, I... (Clears throat) I doubt that I would find any expla--explanation to excuse your behavior.

Jill: I just want to hear what you have to say.

Phillip: Trust me, Mom, you don't want to hear this.

Nina: Phillip, will you just stop this? All right? It's no big deal. Just tell them.

Kay: (Stammering)

Nina: You owe them that much.

Kay: Nina, it's just more of the same. Now he went away and--and--and left us to believe that he was dead. And now he's taunting us with some sort of secret. I--you know, I've had enough of your games, young man. I really have...

Phillip: I was never gonna be the man that you wanted me to be. I would never make you happy. I wasn't gonna be the son or the heir that you wanted, because Phillip Chancellor III couldn't possibly be gay.

Jill: Gay?

Phillip: That's part of the reason that I was so miserable, part of the reason I left and burned all those bridges. Great. Now that you know that I'm gay, is everything great? Am I all magically forgiven now?

(Glass thuds on table)

Jill: I, um... I just don't understand how this could be. I mean, how could you have hidden this from us? Why would you want to?

Phillip: It was the late '80s, you know? I was young. I was trapped in who I was supposed to be, who I was pretending to be.

Nina: Trapped by me?

Phillip: Trapped by a lot of things.

Kay: Wait.

Jill: Oh, God.

Kay: The two of you did have a child together. Did you--

Phillip: Nina and I had sex, yes, on a night that I was drunk enough to believe that I was who you-- (Clears throat) You guys wanted me to be.

Kay: Well, then the drinking was to cover the deceit, right?

Jill: Not deceit. Confusion.

Kay: What?

Phillip: I've always been confused about being gay. I knew who I was, and I knew that, uh... I had to hide it being a Chancellor.

Kay: Oh, for heaven sakes, we're--we're not bumpkins, Phillip. I mean, you could have trusted us.

Phillip: You want to believe that you would have been fine with it. I know you do. But you wouldn't have been. It was a different time. Genoa-- Genoa City is conservative. It was... (Inhales sharply) No. No. Uh, you would not have been all right with it. If I stayed here, it wouldn't have worked.

Jill: Oh.

Nina: You know what? I-I got a question. You were so in love with Cricket.

Phillip: My last attempt at self-deception. Uh, and then I finally had to face facts.

Kay: Are--are you telling us that your love for Christine was not real?

Phillip: No, no. I-I loved Chris. I did, but you know, I couldn't erase... that I wanted to be with a man, you know? I--there came a point where I couldn't deny those urges anymore.

Jill: Honey, did you ever-- was there ever anybody in your life?

Phillip: A lover? No. No, no one. No one. Every day, I ached with loneliness.

Phillip: I couldn't have survived it. As long as I stayed here, I had no life.

Jill: (Sighs)

Cane: So here's what I paid for Jimmy's bar, and here is what it makes per month, and I think it's a pretty solid return on your investment.

Mac: I never said I'd buy the place.

Cane: Do you have any other questions?

Mac: Why did you come to Genoa City if it wasn't about the money or the Chancellor name?

Cane: I meant questions about the bar. I wanted to be part of something. I wanted people to care. I wanted to care about people. I wanted someone I could call "Mom." I wanted to carve a roast on a Sunday, and I wanted to spend my vacations with a family. That's what I wanted. I almost had it for a little while. I had everything a man could wish for, and I was gonna spend the rest of my life earning that. That's why I came here to see Billy, ask him to come to the wedding. I almost had a brother. I almost had a niece. Maybe de--one day, I was gonna have kids. It's a nice dream, huh, while it lasted? So tell me, do you think the numbers work for you?

Mac: They're fine.

Cane: Yeah? They're fine.

Mac: Yeah.

Cane: So do you want to buy this place, or what?

Mac: Why not? But that doesn't mean you have to leave town.

Cane: Well, that's really nice of you to say that, but I-I think we both know this, uh, it's not gonna work for me to stay.

Billy: Oh, hell, no. Hey! Back up from her! Don't touch her! Get the hell away! Back up. Just get away. You don't touch her. You don't even talk to her. Do you get me? Do you understand?

Mac: Billy. Billy, its okay. I don't need protecting.

Billy: Well, everybody needs protecting from this guy. Look, why don't you just get out of here? Go back to wherever it is that you're really from and leave us all the hell alone. Go. Oh, what? You--you can't speak now? Is that soap box too high for you--?

Cane: I know you resent me, okay, but the fact of the matter is, the reality is that everything that I took from you you're about to get back, including Jimmy's bar. You can have that back for yourself, too, Billy.

Billy: What the hell is that supposed to mean, man?

Mac: I'm buying the bar from Cane.

Billy: You're buying the bar from Cane?

Mac: Yeah. I ran Crimson Lights. I can handle this.

Cane: Yeah, so you can relax, Billy. You can be happy. Soon, it's gonna be like I never existed.

Billy: Oh, man, you are dumb. I-I really wish that could be true, but it can't, because after everything that my mom and Katherine has been through-- because of you, mind you-- nothing can ever be the same.

Kay: Why didn't you simply move away? No, why did you let us grieve your death and then send us a charlatan in your place? No. No, Phillip. That--oh, that's beyond cruel.

Phillip: I sent you the Phillip Chancellor that you had always wanted. If Nina wouldn't have started to ask questions--

Jill: Phillip, I came to love Cane, and now he's dead to me. It was all a lie.

Phillip: A lie that you could love and respect...

Jill: Look--

Phillip: A son that truly wanted to be here.

Jill: Oh, my God. Katherine is right. You were punishing us, and not for anything we did. You just assumed we would reject you.

Phillip: Some things never change, you know? I'm telling you how I felt. You're telling me that this is wrong, just like you did way back then. It's always about you!

Nina: All right, let's just keep calm, okay?

Phillip: I didn't leave because I wanted to leave. I left because I was forced to leave, because I couldn't be what you guys wanted. I knew that I didn't fit in here. I wasn't the son. I wasn't the father. I wasn't the husband that you guys wanted. I was just too-- I was too unsure. I was no good to this family.

Kay: Well, then you shut us out. Not the other way around.

Jill: You didn't even give us a chance!

Kay: Now--now come on. Be honest. Why--why can't you be honest? I mean, if you would have told us, you could help us learn to accept who you were. You could have. You took the coward's way out, young man. That's what you did. And then you compounded-- you compounded it 100 times over by sending us Cane to take your place.

Jill: And you say it was to help us heal, but Billy was right. Phillip, you made poor Katherine think that her dreams were real, that she'd given away my child, that she had done the unspeakable. Do you know how much agony that caused?

Phillip: Cane helped you get past it. Through him, I was finally able to make you guys happy.

Kay: Two... bloody years of happiness versus 20 years of loss? Look at me, Phillip. Phillip, look at me, please. Do you really think that's a fair trade? Hmm?

Victor: Thank you, Doctor. I appreciate you coming by. Yeah. Thanks.

Victor: Baby, you're so quiet. Was that too much excitement? Is it your hormones again?

Ashley: Are you mocking me?

Victor: What do you mean, "Am I mocking you"?

Ashley: It just feels like you are. I mean, are you patronizing me?

Victor: Why would you say that? What do you mean, "I'm patronizing you"? What are you talking about?

Ashley: Do you have any idea what it's taken-- the kind of effort it's taken for me to get this far, how strong I've had to be?

Victor: Yes.

Ashley: Estella was allowed to torment me for as long as she did, because you didn't believe what I told you from the very beginning that somebody else was doing this to me. You assumed that I was doing it. You assumed that I was losing my mind again. You said as much.

Victor: When?

Ashley: Whispering behind my back to Olivia.

Victor: Sweetheart--

Ashley: You both thought I was cracking up again. You know you did.

Victor: Oliv--Olivia and I were concerned about the stress you've been under.

Ashley: Oh, right. So that's where those "Gentle suggestions" about me seeing a psychiatrist came from, right?

Victor: Sweetheart, what are you doing? You know I only wanted what is best for you.

Ashley: But you didn't think I'd be able to read between the lines, Victor? You didn't realize how insulting that is to me?

Victor: Will you s--

Ashley: So when you make these cracks about me being hormonal--

Victor: Sweetheart, will you stop it, please? Not in a million years have I intended to upset you. What are you talking about? I've only always wanted what's best for you.

Ashley: I feel better now that we've seen the baby. I was so terrified we'd never get to this point. But we have, right?

Victor: Baby, come here.

Ashley: This is our baby.

Victor: Come here.

Victor: (Sighs)

(Knock on door)

Mary Jane: Oh, God.


Adam: Oh, careful. You'll crack a rib.

Mary Jane: (Sighs) You know, I'm sorry. It's just when you walked in, I want-- I'm glad you--you finally came. If you waited any longer, I wasn't sure what I would have done.

Billy: So why are you selling the place anyway? Trying to score some points with some noble sacrifice?

Cane: Nothing noble about it, Billy. It just seems like the right time.

Billy: You're blowing out of town before the cops catch up to you?

Cane: You plan on calling the cops, Bill?

Billy: Oh, believe me, pal. If it were up to me, I'd call the cops.

Mac: Hey, hey, hey. Stop. Let's not--we don't need to go there. No need for--

Cane: No, it's okay. It's okay. I understand what Billy's doing. He's just, uh, protecting his family. I know what that feels like now.

Billy: Uh-huh.

Cane: Mm-hmm. Anyway, I enjoyed having the bar. Hope you, uh, enjoy it as much.

Jill: You should have told us. Phillip, we were family. We would have understood.

Phillip: If you say so.

Kay: Nina, how do you feel about this revelation of Phillip's?

Nina: (Sighs) I'll throw myself a pity party later. Right now, we have to deal with this, try and resolve things as best we can.

Adam: Cheese and crackers, fruit...

Mary Jane: Uh, toothbrush?

Adam: All the basics.

Mary Jane: Thank you. I really appreciate this, Adam. I realize we just met, and we don't know each other.

Adam: No, no. I-I-I just want you to be as comfortable as you can be. I know you've-- it seems as though you've been through a lot, and, uh, you know, I-I think you may--maybe need some time to regroup. You can do that here.

Mary Jane: Adam, I really don't think this is a good idea that I stay here.

Adam: Why is that?

Mary Jane: How long can I possibly... stay away from Victor without anyone knowing?

Adam: Look, it's like I said. This is the old potting shed, and ever since they built the new greenhouse, nobody comes out here. You don't have to worry about it. Nobody comes here.

Mary Jane: So you think I'll be safe? Adam?

Adam: Is that, uh, is that a cat?

Mary Jane: Yes.

Adam: Did you bring her?

Mary Jane: Yes, yes, yes. This is kitty. (Sighs) Um, I hope that's not a problem. He sleeps a lot.

Adam: No, it's not a problem. I can bring some chow for--for the kitty next time I stop by.

Mary Jane: Hmm. That is very sweet of you.

(Door closes)

Mary Jane: (Sighs)

Victor: What?

Ashley: Would you mind? I could use a little time alone.

Victor: Want me to sleep somewhere else?

Ashley: Just for tonight.

Victor: Baby, are you still angry with me?

Ashley: I'm... feeling completely drained, and I could use a little time to myself. That's all,

Victor: Babe--

Ashley: It's not a big I-- it's not a big thing. You can understand, right?

Victor: I understand. Um, I'll be in the guest room if you need me, okay?

Ashley: Okay.

Victor: Okay.

Ashley: Thank you.

Victor: All right.

Ashley: Good night.

Victor: Good night.

(Door closes)

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

Victor: I thought you might relish the notion of giving the shaft to Jack Abbott.

Gloria: Tell us more, Victor.

Adam: Your witness is Mary Jane Benson?

Heather: Yeah. Why?

Victor: Marry me... tonight.

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