Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/22/09

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/22/09 -- Canada; Thursday 7/23/09 -- U.S.A.


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Billy: Hey, Mac, it's me-- the guy who worships the ground you walk on. (Chuckles) Uh, you know, we really haven't celebrated my birthday yet. And--and--and--and I understand that, uh, last night got screwed up with Lily and all she's going through. It's understandable, but, um, I don't know. I was hoping that we could hook up today. So I'm gonna head over to the trailer, and it would be nice to meet you there. So, um... mm. See you there? I hope. (Chuckles) Bye.

Cane: Mm. I've been trying to call you. How is she?

Mac: I'm so sorry. My cell phone wasn't plugged in, and it died.

Cane: Did you see her?

Mac: I did, at the hospital last night. I took her those movies you suggested-- um, "Gilda," "Casablanca," a couple others.

Cane: Mm. What was her reaction?

Mac: Uh, they seemed to cheer her up. She said that you used to watch them together.

Cane: (Sighs) Yeah, um, some of our best times were spent on the sofa watching old movies.

Mac: Sounds romantic.

Cane: (Sighs) Oh, God. I just feel so helpless. Um... what are the doctors saying?

Mac: Surgery is scheduled for today.

Cane: What type of cancer is it?

Mac: Ovarian.

Cane: (Sighs)

Cane: Did they say how extensive the operation was gonna be?

Mac: They won't know until they go in and see if the cancer has spread or not.

Cane: And if it's spread? Um, Lily wants to have kids.

Mac: She may not be able to.

Cane: I don't understand. I-I don't understand any of this. She was--she wasn't sick. She--she felt fine. She looked fine. She had--she, what, had some indigestion, some cramps. I mean, that's all she had.

Mac: From what I understand, that's how it is with ovarian cancer, no symptoms until it-- (Sighs) They're hoping they caught it early.

Cane: I just-- I just want to be there. I just want to be there, and I just want to hold her hand.

Mac: Why can't you?

Cane: Because I can’t. She's made it clear she wants me to stay away. She gave me back my wedding ring. And when I was leaving town, she didn't even try to stop me.

Mac: Then I'll keep you updated.

Cane: I don't understand why you're even doing this for me.

Mac: Everybody makes mistakes, Cane. It's a part of life.

Cane: You're a very special lady.

Mac: I don't condone what you did. But I know that you didn't set out to cause anybody pain.

Cane: Yeah, well, I wish everyone else felt that way. Most people hate my guts, including Billy. And I can't believe he's letting me stay in his place.

Mac: I didn't tell him yet.

Cane: I thought you were gonna tell the guy.

Mac: Don't worry about it, okay? I'm gonna tell him today.

Cane: Yeah, okay. Well, when you do that, they're gonna hear the screaming all the way to the Canadian border.

Mac: Uh, can I get you anything? I could go to the grocery store.

Cane: No, I don't-- I can't think about food right now. Thank you.

Mac: I'll call you as soon as I hear anything. Meantime, hang in and just pray that surgery goes well.

Devon: Hey.

Olivia: I've got good news.

Lily: Well, unless the diagnosis was a mistake, it can't be very good.

Olivia: Over the last couple of years, I've been working with one of the country's prominent gynecological oncologists.

Neil: Okay, and?

Olivia: It took pulling some strings, but he's agreed to do Lily's surgery.

Neil: Oh, that's wonderful.

Olivia: He's on a plane right now on his way to Genoa City.

Neil: Liv, thank you. Thank you so much for making that happen.

Olivia: Okay. All you gotta do is sign this consent form and we're set to go.

Lily: No.

Neil: No? What you mean, "No"? I--Lily, wait, hold on. I understand that you're-- that you--that-- that you're very frightened and scared here. But you need this surgery to get well.

Lily: No, I'm not having the surgery today.

Jack: A large coffee and a regular herbal tea to go, please.

Sharon: Oh, and could you hand me the remote? I would like to turn that up for a minute. Thank you.

Man: Recapping our top story-- billionaire Victor Newman has offered a large reward for information leading to the whereabouts of this woman, known as Mary Jane Benson.

Victor: A few weeks ago, an attempt was made on my granddaughter's life. I'm asking the public to be helpful in finding the woman responsible. I am offering a reward of $1 million for someone who will come forth with information that will lead to the arrest of that woman.

Sharon: Wow. Mary Jane hurt Summer?

Jack: Apparently, they think she's the one that contacted authorities to tell them Phyllis intentionally hurt her own daughter. Suspicion is she did it as a cover up. She was the one that fed Summer peanut or peanut butter, well, knowing she was allergic.

Sharon: My God, Jack. What kind of woman were you seeing?

Jack: Look, I knew she was a little off-kilter. I had no idea she was capable of something like this.

Sharon: Do you have any idea where she is now?

Jack: None. Though I think I'm probably the last person that saw her, here at Crimson Lights.

Sharon: Did you ask her about Summer?

Jack: Yes. Unfortunately, as soon as I turned my back she disappeared.

Sharon: You think she's still in town?

Jack: Well, given the fact that everyone's looking for her, and now moneybags offered a million dollars, no, I doubt she's anywhere near here.

Sharon: Well, let's just hope that somebody spots her and picks her up, calls it in, something.

Jack: Hey, how about we just focus on you now? You and our baby.

Sharon: Yeah.

Victor: Are you serious? Huh. I see. All right, I'll wait for a further update. Thank you. Well, it seems Mary Jane Benson was spotted at a truck stop in Ohio, rodeo in Oklahoma and a navy pier in Chicago. And some woman claimed that she was hiding in her fish tank.

Heather: Hmm. Well, with, uh, with a million dollars on the line, all the crazies are coming out of the woodwork.

Victor: Sure, but if any of it leads to that woman's arrest, it's worth every penny.

Heather: I agree completely. And I want you to know that the G.C. Police are making this case a priority.

Victor: Won't be necessary. I'll have my own people look into it. They are more capable. Excuse me.

Heather: (Sighs)

Adam: Well, whoever this Benson woman is she better hope Victor never finds her.

Heather: Yeah, well, it's pretty lucky that you stumbled into her, um, when you did, because exposing her made him reconsider about shipping you off to the halfway house.

Adam: Timing was perfect, wasn't it? Hey, we should, uh, we should celebrate.

Heather: Oh.

Heather: (Sighs)

Nikki: Well, your press conference got a lot of coverage.

Victor: Yeah, news got out fast. Please have a seat.

Nikki: I hope to God they find that horrible woman.

Victor: Yeah. They found some evidence in the potting shed that indicates that she... was part of gas lighting Ashley.

Nikki: Well, so then it wasn't Estella.

Victor: No, I don't think so. But someone on the inside was helping her. Anyway, I'm glad that Adam chased her off.

Nikki: Adam?

Victor: Yeah. He saw some woman lurking outside the window with long black hair or long dark hair, and we think it may have been Mary Jane Benson.

Nikki: Well, I'm surprised he saw anything considering he's almost totally blind.

Victor: Anyway, I was considering moving him off the ranch, but then, um, I changed my mind.

Nikki: Actually, Adam is the reason why I'm here.

Victor: What about?

Nikki: He's been hiding something from you, and I think for both of your sakes, you should know about it.

Jack: So, what, your ultrasound's scheduled for Friday?

Sharon: Yes. 2:00.

Jack: Oh. Same time as research and development.

Sharon: Oh, okay. Well, I don't mind going alone.

Jack: Are you kidding? And miss our daughter's next big close-up? No way. No, I'll change the meeting to Monday morning.

Sharon: I can see there's no arguing with you.

Jack: When it comes to a choice between Jabot and our daughter, the kid's always gonna win.

Sharon: She's a lucky little girl.

Jack: No, I'm the lucky one. To have you and this baby in my life is like winning the lottery twice.

Sharon: I'm glad you're happy, Jack.

Jack: Happy? I'm walking on air. Seriously, I-I-I love my boys. I always wanted to have a little princess.

Sharon: Well, it's pretty hard to imagine you having tea parties and shopping for dresses.

Jack: Well, I guess I'll have to get in touch with my feminine side then. No, seriously, I-I didn't know I was gonna have another kid. That's what makes this all the more special.

Sharon: Hey, do you think that the hotel has peach frozen yogurt in room service?

Jack: I can check. Um...

Jack: Strawberry ice cream do?

Sharon: Mm... no, just forget it. It was a craving. It'll pass.

Jack: You--you know what? There--there's that yogurt place on the corner of Main and Hawthorne. I'll--I'll make a quick run.

Sharon: Oh, that's silly.

Jack: No craving is too silly for Jack Abbott, soon to be super dad. I'll be back in a jiff.

(Door opens)

(Door closes)

Sharon: Isn't he sweet? He's such a good man, and he's gonna be a wonderful father. I did the right thing. Letting him think that you're his baby-- it's what's best for everyone.

Neil: Lily, where's this coming from?

Lily: It's coming from my heart.

Devon: Hey, you want to get better, right?

Lily: Yes, Devon. Of course I do. But I've--I've been on the internet, okay? And I have read that there's a good chance the surgery will mean that I'll never be able to have children.

Olivia: Honey, that's possible. But this surgery is necessary to save your--

Lily: Yes, I know, to save my life. I know. But first, I want to harvest and freeze my eggs and then I will have the surgery.

Olivia: Sweetie, I--that--that's a bad idea.

Lily: Why?

Olivia: Because the kind of hormones that you'd need to take to stimulate your ovulation-- that's the type that can cause your cancer to get worse.

Lily: Well, when you had cancer, you delayed your treatment.

Olivia: I was already pregnant, and I didn't take any drugs to feed the cancer.

Neil: Lily, listen to me. We have the opportunity to take that tumor out today. It's the only thing that makes sense.

Lily: Well, maybe it does to you, Dad, but not to me.

Devon: Lily, it's like you're playing Russian roulette here. Is that what you really want to do?

Lily: No, of--of course not. No. But the thought of never being able to have child-- I--listen, I can't do it, okay? I'm sorry you guys don't agree with me, but my mind is made up. I'm gonna harvest my eggs.


Billy: Hey, Mac, you here?

(Water running)

Billy: What is going on?

Cane: Mac?

Billy: Cane?

Cane: Hey, Billy. All right, look, before you want to go "Terminator" on me, I'm leaving, okay?

Billy: What are you doing here?

Cane: I thought the trailer was gonna be empty when Murphy moved into Katherine’s house.

Billy: Oh, so they teach breaking and entering in con artist school now?

Cane: I'm not in the mood to fight with you, Billy.

Billy: I don't care what-- you're lucky that I don't knock your teeth down your throat.

Cane: Oh, why don't you just do it, okay? I-I'm numb inside already. Just do it. Go.

Billy: Mackenzie knows you're here, doesn't she?

Cane: No, she doesn't know I'm here.

Billy: Do you ever stop lying? Yes, she does. I mean, she made me believe that she didn't even find you.

Cane: I didn't make her do anything.

Billy: Oh, man. That is--that's why she wouldn't come back with me here last night, because of you.

Cane: I forced her to come back here.

Billy: Nobody forces Mac to do anything.

Cane: Look, Billy, she's finding out about Lily for me. That's all it is.

Billy: Oh, so you know about the cancer.

Cane: Of course I know about the cancer. I'm staying in town till I know she's okay. Then I'm gonna leave, okay?

Billy: Well, how noble of you.

Cane: I still love her.

Billy: You know, I don't really care about how you feel. The only thing that matters here is Lily.

Cane: You don't think I know Lily's the only thing that matters, Billy?

Billy: Well, if you know, if you're so aware, then you should know that nobody wants you here, especially not Lily, so why don't you leave? Just get out of town and don't come back. Turn around, get out.

(Door closes)

Neil: I know-- I-I know how you feel. I do, but it's not worth risking your life.

Olivia: Lily, your health has to be your number one priority right now.

Devon: That's right. And besides, Lily, you know this-- you don't have to give birth to be a mother. Look at Tyra and Ana. Look at Dru and me.

Olivia: Sweetie, my oncologist friend is only gonna be here for one day.

Neil: Lily, please, let him do the surgery.

Olivia: I mean, it's conceivable that he could take out this tumor without making you infertile.

Lily: Okay, now you guys are ganging up on me.

Neil: I lost your mother. I don't want to lose you, too.

Lily: Listen, I just need some time to think, okay?

Olivia: You take some time. But don't take too long, 'cause Dr. Berger is gonna be here shortly.

Neil: Lily, whether you have your own child or not, you know, you--you have this whole terrific life ahead of you.

Olivia: Okay. So we're gonna give you time. We'll be back shortly, okay?

(Whispers indistinctly)

Devon: (Clears throat)

(Door closes)

Adam: (Sighs)

Heather: Well, you were, um, you're especially peppy today.

Adam: Translation-- "You're usually such a slug."

Heather: (Laughs) Hardly.

Adam: No, I'm just happy.

Heather: It shows.

Adam: Look, I just-- I feel like, for the first time in forever, I can finally see a light at the end of the tunnel, you know, figuratively, of course. I'm afraid that would be too much to hope for. I just realized that all this is temporary.

Heather: Wait, what is?

Adam: Well, the house arrest, the ankle monitor, being trapped in Victor's gilded cage.

Heather: Haven't I been telling you that all along?

Adam: Yes, you have.

Heather: Mm-hmm.

Adam: I was just too afraid to let myself believe it.

Heather: Hmm. And now?

Adam: And now I think we're gonna make it. I see a future with you and I in it, Heather, and I-I can't wait.

Heather: Me neither, Sweetie. Me neither.

Nikki: Adam is gay.

Victor: What did you say?

Nikki: I'm sorry for just blurting it out like that. I-I struggled over whether to tell you or not.

Victor: How the hell do you know that?

Nikki: Because I saw him with Rafe.

Victor: You didn't misconstrue that?

Nikki: Victor, I know a kiss when I see one.

Jack: What the hell?

Heather: Well, I, uh, I hate to... play and run...

Adam: But work beckons?

Heather: Mm-hmm. But I'll call you later.

Adam: (Sighs) Well, I'll be here, especially now how I know the cavalry rushes in when this thing goes off.

Heather: Mm-hmm. But that's not forever, right, because we're focusing on your future, right?

Adam: Right.

Heather: Mm-hmm.

Adam: My future's so bright, if I weren't going blind, I might have to wear shades.

Heather: (Laughs) (Whispers) I love you.

Adam: I love you, too.

Heather: Okay. I got to go.

Adam: (Sighs)


Heather: Rafe. Is Adam expecting you?

Rafe: Um, no. I just saw Victor on the news talking about that Benson woman. I thought I'd stop by to see if I could get the scoop.

Heather: Why don't you just ask Victor?

Rafe: Victor's not exactly forthcoming, you know? I was hoping that Adam might be a little more helpful, give me something that I can use to tie Mary Jane to Ashley's gas lighting, take the blame off of my aunt.

Heather: Uh-huh. Um, well, I have to be getting back to the office.

Rafe: I'll see you around.


(Knock on door)

Adam: Who's there?

Rafe: It's me.

Adam: Rafe. I wasn't, uh, I wasn't expecting you.

Rafe: Obviously. I just saw Heather leave.

Adam: (Sighs) Yeah, um, about that, um... we need to talk.

Nikki: I wasn't spying on Adam, if that's what you're thinking.

Victor: Then how did you find out?

Nikki: When Summer was in the hospital, I came by the ranch to get you a change of clothes, remember? They were supposed to be in the foyer, but they weren't, and I thought maybe Adam would know something about it. His bedroom door was ajar, and that's when I saw them.

Victor: (Sighs) Adam and Rafe?

Nikki: They didn't see me. I just backed out of the room and left.

Victor: All right, I appreciate you telling me.

Nikki: I know this is a shock. If you want to talk about it...

Victor: No, I'll handle it.

Mac: Hey, you.

Billy: Apparently, you didn't get my message.

Mac: Unh-unh. My cell phone didn't have any juice.

Billy: The message where I said that I was going to the trailer, and you needed to meet me there.

Mac: Oh. No.

Billy: "Oh. No." What if--what were you thinking? Honestly, what are you doing?

Mac: What happened? Did you and Cane--

Billy: No, I didn't hurt him. I wanted to hurt him, but I didn't hurt him.

Mac: You let him stay.

Billy: No, I didn't let him stay. Hell no. He's lucky I didn't call the cops.

Mac: Where did he go?

Billy: I don't care. I can't believe you brought him to my place, our place, the place that I bought for us. Why did you do that?

Mac: I couldn't think of anywhere else to take him.

Billy: He's not your problem.

Mac: If he can help support Lily through this crisis, he--

Billy: The guy is a jerk! He's not gonna help anybody do anything!

Mac: Stop. Stop yelling.

Billy: I am pissed. I can yell if I want. I--you let me believe you didn't find him. You lied to me.

Mac: I-- (scoffs) I was gonna tell you today.

Billy: And what a stupid thing to do.

Mac: (Scoffs) I'm sorry I let him use your trailer, but I'm not sorry I helped him.

Billy: (Groans) What is it with you with--with stray dogs and--and stray people. I don't--

Mac: It's who I am. And if you don't like it, maybe we shouldn't be together.

Billy: Oh, really? What, are--are you threatening me now? Is that it?

Mac: I did what I thought was right. I always have.

Billy: And--and you think setting his liar up with her again is right, this guy who's done so much damage in this town?

Mac: She needs him.

Billy: Like hell she needs him.

Mac: Lily could die. Cane had a right to know.

Billy: And what if he hurts her even more than he already has? What then?

Mac: She doesn't even know he's in town. I'm keeping him updated. And when it turns out that she's gonna be fine, he'll leave.

Billy: (Sighs) You really need to wisen up, babe, you know that?

Mac: What is that supposed to mean?

Billy: The guy is a con artist. And he's conning you, and you don't even see it.

Mac: Mm, I got to go.

Billy: Look, just stop. Come here. Stop, stop, stop, okay? Just wait.

Mac: Let go of my arm.

Billy: Do your thing.

Jack: Hey. Got stuck in a little traffic.

Sharon: Oh, that'll teach you to cater to my every whim.

Jack: Uh, might be a little melted.

Sharon: That's okay. I appreciate you going to the trouble.

Jack: (Groans) My pleasure. So anything happen while I was gone?

Sharon: Like what?

Jack: Oh, I don't know. Any visitors, any phone calls?

Sharon: Nope.

Jack: Okay, listen. (Sighs) I've been thinking--

Sharon: Uh-oh. Sounds like trouble.

Jack: Wait, wait, wait. Hear me out. What if tomorrow, you had another craving or the baby kicked and you desperately wanted to tell someone about it?

Sharon: Okay, I hate to ask where you're going with this.

Jack: Move back home with me.

Sharon: Jack, we have already had this conversation. I do not want to get back into that revolving door.

Jack: Why are you so dead-set against it?

Sharon: Because we are going to make a great team parenting this child together. I-I don't want to give you any false hopes. I love you, Jack, but not the way that you want me to, and I don't--I don't want to end up hurting you.

Jack: As much as I may want it, this is not about reconciliation. You've already made it very clear that's not gonna happen.

Sharon: Okay. Well, then drop it.

Jack: I don't want you being alone.

Sharon: I'm not alone. I'm here at the Athletic Club. I'm practically tripping over people here, and as I told you, I need to start fending for myself. I've been too dependant on men for too long.

Jack: Wait, nobody's talking about smothering you. I just want to protect you.

Sharon: Protect me against what?

Mary Jane: Kitty? (Clicking tongue) Kitty? (Clicking tongue)

Mary Jane: Oh, kitty. Kitty, I need you. (Breathing heavily) I need you to help me figure out what to do.

Rafe: Why do I get the feeling that whatever you're about to say, I'm not gonna like it.

Adam: (Sighs) You've, um, you've been a good friend to me, Rafe.

Rafe: We're more than friends, Adam.

Adam: Not anymore.

Rafe: You're breaking up with me?

Adam: Listen, I-I was confused. I-I... (Sighs) I-I-I'm sorry if I lead you on.

Rafe: You're just-- you're not comfortable with your sexuality. Believe me. This--this sort of thing takes time.

Adam: Listen, I realized I'm not gay, Rafe.

Rafe: You're in denial, and you think it's safer to hide in the closet.

Adam: I know my feelings, Rafe, and I am attracted to women.

Rafe: You've been playing me.

Adam: I mistook gratitude for attraction.

Rafe: Gratitude?

Adam: Look, I was scared. I'm going blind. I'm trapped in this house like it's a prison.

Rafe: You used me.

Adam: No, I never meant to hurt you, Rafe. I swear that.

Rafe: Thanks a lot. That really helps. Thank you.

Adam: (Sighs) You know, I will always care about you, Rafe, uh, just not in that way.

Rafe: God, I am such an idiot. You know, I knew not to get involved with you. I am so stupid.

Adam: I feel terrible about this, Rafe. I mean...

Rafe: You can't go around messing with people's lives like this, Adam. You're playing a dangerous game, and one of these days, it's gonna blow up in your face.

Tyra: Hey. Hi, guys. Um, I brought some food from Indigo.

Olivia: That's--

Neil: Oh, thank you so much, Tyra, for doing that, but we're gonna have to save it for later.

Olivia: No, but--

Neil: Lily can't eat or drink anything before they operate, so...

Olivia: But there's a refrigerator in the nurse's room. We--we can put it there.

Tyra: Okay.

Devon: Yeah, I'll take it.

Tyra: Thank you.

Devon: Mm-hmm.

Tyra: (Sighs) So how is she?

Neil: She wants to delay her surgery.

Tyra: Why?

Olivia: She wants to harvest her eggs in case they take out the ovaries and she can't--

Tyra: But--yeah, but isn't it dangerous to wait for the surgery?

Neil: It's very dangerous.

Tyra: Do you mind if I talk to her for a second?

Neil: Please, by all means.

Tyra: Th-thank you.

Olivia: Just hope that--

Tyra: You guys, she's not here.

Devon: What are you talking about?

Olivia: What?

Tyra: She's supposed to be in this room, right? She's not in there.

(Door hinges squeak)

Lily: Hey, Billy.

Billy: Whoa. Aren't you supposed to be on an operating table?

Lily: Um, yeah. I... (Sighs) I escaped.


Billy: Why?

Lily: Because once I have the surgery, there is a very good chance that I'll never be able to have children. It's like, a couple of weeks ago, I had a husband, and we were planning to having a family, and now...

Billy: Sit down.

Lily: Thank you.

Lily: (Laughs)

Billy: I'm sorry.

Lily: Have you seen Cane? He's not at his house. He's not answering his cell phone.

Billy: I thought you told him to leave you alone.

Lily: Yeah, I did. But... I need him.


Billy: (Clears throat)

Lily: And I'm afraid that it might be too late. You know, what if he's already left town?

Billy: He hasn’t.

Lily: How do you know?

Billy: I saw him.

Lily: Well, will you take me to where he is?

Billy: Well, he's not there anymore. I, um... uh, I kicked him out. (Clears throat) But I'm--I'm--I'm sure he's not far. We can find him. I--look, I'll find him, okay? I promise.

Mary Jane: (Sniffles) (Sniffles)

Mac: Are you okay? Don't be afraid. I'm not gonna hurt you. Tell me what's wrong.

Mary Jane: (Sniffles) (Sobbing) I lost my kitty.

Mac: You know, there's a shelter around the corner. I'll take you.

Mary Jane: No. No.

Mac: Are you hungry?

Mary Jane: (Sobs)

Mac: At least come, and let's get something to eat.

Mary Jane: I don't want anything.

Mac: How about if I bring you some milk? We can put it out, and maybe your kitten will come back.

Mary Jane: (Sniffles) (Sobbing) Okay.


Mac: I'll just be a second.

Mary Jane: (Sobs)

Mac: Dry your tears.

Mary Jane: (Sniffles)

Mac: I'm gonna help you.

Jack: And there are plenty of things I can protect you from.

Sharon: Name one.

Jack: Bedbugs.

Sharon: I'm sorry, Jack. You know, I-I'm sorry. I just got a little bit emotional earlier, because the hormones, they get to me and... listen, I-I... (Sighs) Don't look worried. I know how to pick up the phone.

Jack: I am a phone call away if you need me for anything.

Sharon: Thank you, Jack.

Jack: See you.

Jack: Excuse me, Miss, are you in charge of housekeeping?

Woman: Yes, Sir.

Jack: Would you do me a favor? Um, is there another room available on this floor near this suite?

Woman: I believe there is.

Jack: Okay. I want you to do something for me. Please go to the front desk and arrange for me to book it. My name is Jack Abbott. I'm a long-standing member here and arrange for it to be billed to my Jabot corporate account and bring me the key here, please.

Woman: Gladly, Mr. Abbott.

Jack: Oh, one last thing. Could you, uh, make sure that as few people know about this as possible?

Jack: (Sighs)

(Door closes)

Nikki: Thank you.

Heather: Hello, Nikki.

Nikki: Heather. Um, did you have a minute?

Heather: Yeah, I suppose.

Nikki: Let--let's sit down. Come sit down over here.

Nikki: (Clears throat) I realize this is none of my business, but I just felt that I should warn you.

Heather: About what?

Nikki: Adam.

Heather: Yeah, you're right. It's none of your business.

Nikki: (Sighs) How well do you know this guy?

Heather: I know him a lot better than you do.

Nikki: He's not the man you think he is.

Heather: You are just like all the rest of the Newmans-- always on Adam's case. You know, I-I really wanted to give you the benefit of the doubt, because of your relationship with my father--

Nikki: No, no, no, no. This has nothing to do with Paul.

Heather: Then why do you dislike Adam so much?

Nikki: I just don't want to see you get your heart broken.

Heather: Okay. Well, I can take care of myself, thanks, so why don't you just step out?

Nikki: Okay. (Sighs) Just... be careful.

Heather: (Sighs) Damn busybody.

Rafe: Who's that?

Heather: Uh, just Nikki Newman. She's just giving me a lecture warning me about evil Adam.

Rafe: Well, he might not be evil, but she's right. The guy's bad news, Heather.

Heather: Okay, you know what? You and Nikki can both go to hell. One coffee, please, black.

Adam: (Sighs)

Victor: Hello, son.

Adam: Victor. What's up?

Victor: (Sighs)

Victor: It's over.

Adam: What is?

Victor: I know what you've been hiding, son.

Adam: Okay, I will bite. What is it you think you know?

Victor: You're gay.

Adam: (Laughs) Uh, I--what would give you that kind of an idea?

Victor: Uh, Nikki saw you and Rafe.

Adam: I-- there's an expla--

Victor: So, um... you can stop pretending, all right? It's all right. I don't want you to worry about a thing. You're my son no matter what. Okay? You'll always be my son.

Adam: (Scoffs)

Olivia: None of the nurses saw her leave.

Devon: Hey, well, she wasn't in the chapel.

Tyra: She's not in the cafeteria.

Neil: Her clothes are gone.

Tyra: (Sighs)

Devon: How the hell could she just take off like this?

Neil: I don't know, Devon, but we're gonna have to find her.

Olivia: And soon, 'cause this really is a matter of life and death.

Tyra: (Sighs)

Billy: Okay, you get back to the hospital, and I'll find Cane.

Lily: Yeah, but he could be anywhere.

Billy: Trust me. I'm like a human G.P.S. I'll find him.

Lily: (Scoffs) Okay, well, I am coming with you. We should check the--the bus station and the train station--

Billy: Okay, relax, relax, relax. I will call Mac. We'll cover more ground that way. Look, don't worry. I'm gonna find him, okay?

Lily: Okay.

Billy: (Clears throat)

Lily: (Sighs)

Cane: (Sighs)

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

Deacon: You sleep with me. Your man goes free.

Chance: I've kissed a lot of right people. It's just-- what are you and, uh--

Lily: Take me to Chicago. I will find a doctor that will help me keep my eggs.

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