Y&R Transcript Monday 11/2/09 -- Canada; Tuesday 11/3/09 -- USA
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Lily: I can't believe those trick-or-treaters took all the chocolate caramels.
Cane: (Chuckles) Well, you know, we did buy them for them.
Lily: Ooh! There's one left.
Cane: Oh, thank God.
Lily: Do you want anything?
Cane: Uh, no. Sugar for, uh, breakfast is not really my style, but I'm just happy you have an appetite.
Lily: (Chuckles) I remember when Halloween was my favorite holiday as a kid-- a chance to be anything that I wanted.
Cane: You must have been adorable.
Lily: (Chuckles) Oh, and all those trick-or-treaters last night were so adorable. That little one with the little pumpkin costume...
Lily: Was so cute.
Cane: You okay we missed Billy's party?
Lily: Yeah. Fine.
Cane: Okay. Here...
Cane: You go.
Cane: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. (Sighs heavily)
Lily: I remember when you used to look at me like that all the time. I miss it.
Michael: (Clears throat)
Lauren: Honey, don't you give me that look.
Michael: What look?
Lauren: (Chuckles) The look that ignores the fact that I just lost two employees and I'm already late opening up the store.
Michael: I don't see any customers at the door.
Lauren: And what about you? You told me you were totally crazed because Victor left town.
Michael: (Inhales) Talk about killing a mood.
Lauren: Oh? Don't you worry, I'll revive it later.
Michael: I'm gonna hold you to that.
Lauren: (Chuckles) You better.
Michael: (Sighs) Why can't I just be more like Victor and leave town when the whole world starts caving in?
Lauren: You know why, Honey? Because you don't have a "You" to clean up that world.
Michael: (Sighs) I'm not sure even I can get him out of this mess. Thanks to Billy's exposé, the S.E.C. is all over Newman Enterprises for its Cayman bank connections.
Lauren: I am so aggravated at myself that I didn't pull all my Fenmore ads when Nick and Phyllis quit... (Sighs) And sold "Restless Style." I mean, I just-- I-I hate even remotely, remotely endorsing that kind of garbage.
(Cell phone rings)
Michael: (Groans) (Groans)
Lauren: Your mother?
Michael: My whole life, she never called me this much.
Lauren: Yeah, well, I cannot believe that you agreed to help her get all that money that she lost in the Caymans. Honey, it puts you in such a precarious position with Victor.
Michael: The woman wore me down.
Michael: And now per usual, she expects so much more than I could ever deliver.
Gloria: I don't know why you're still not answering, but I'm at Crimson Lights, and I need to see you right away. (Scoffs) H's avoiding me.
Jeff: Mm. You would think... (Sighs) With all the drama surrounding her father-in-law, Phyllis wouldn't have time to write an eviction notice.
Gloria: (Scoffs) We're not going anyplace. Even if my own son dismisses me, I can feel John. Yes, John...
Gloria: Making sure that justice is served, because his son Billy wrote the article that's put us on the road to getting our money back. Who knew? Little Billy Abbott might turn out to be our new favorite person.
Amber: So, um, thanks for letting me get our things from the back.
Mac: (Chuckles) No problem.
Amber: Um, you know, Daniel and I are really sorry about setting off the alarm when we left.
Mac: My night was a bust way before security called and woke me up.
Amber: Well, I'm sure Daniel going off on Billy about Victoria didn't help much.
Mac: He wasn't the first.
Amber: Look, um, I get how you want to see the best in Billy. And maybe with you, he's on his best behavior. But, um, to the rest of the world, he's kind of a jerk. See you later.
Amber: (Whispers) See?
Mac: You could at least have said hello to Amber.
Billy: Yeah, well, I could, but she hates me. You don't look too thrilled with me, either. Look, I know I've done some stupid things recently, but, uh, well, a whole string of 'em last night.
Mac: More than what I already know?
Billy: Nothing you want to hear. Whoa, whoa, whoa. can you just--can you just cut me a break? Tell me we're gonna be fine and that we're just gonna move right past this.
Mac: But we're not fine, Billy. We're not fine. And I don't know that we ever will be.
Billy: (Mutters) (Sighs)
Ashley: Hi. No breakfast?
Abby: Not if it means another talk about underage drinking, especially because I wasn't drinking.
Ashley: Only because Amber and Chloe made sure of it, Honey.
Abby: Can I go now?
Ashley: I'm worried about you, Abby. I really am. I don't want you to jeopardize your future, Honey.
Abby: Like you and Dad haven't already done that?
Ashley: You know what? That's not fair. I know we're getting a divorce, but it doesn't mean we've stopped caring what happens to you.
Abby: Oh, yeah, Dad, he really cares. Yeah, that's why he's leaving for Europe with Nikki for what, months?
Abby: Mom, if I don't go to school now, I'm gonna be late for first period.
Ashley: Fine. Come home right after school, Abby. (Exhales)
Noah: (Sighs heavily) Thank God there's no school today.
Sharon: Rough night?
Noah: Don't worry, Mom. I stayed out of trouble. Thanks.
Sharon: Well, I-- I just--I know that things have been a little unsettled lately.
Noah: You mean because of that "Restless Style" story about Grandpa?
Sharon: (Sighs) Among other things.
Noah: Mm. I am not looking forward to dealing with kids making digs about him.
Sharon: I'm sorry about that.
Noah: It's okay. I'm gettin' kind of used to it. I'm, uh, I'm cool, except for the homework. I got really behind when Grandpa was in the hospital.
Noah: I'm supposed to meet with Eden so she can get me caught up. Oh, I didn't even ask you, were you alone all last night handing out candy? That couldn't have been fun.
Sharon: No. Actually, I-I wasn't alone. I had some-- visitors came over, and I ended up having a really nice time.
Nick: I'm gonna make you proud, Dad.
Nick: You, too. (Drumming fingers on desk) (Sighs)
Nick: "Heard you're the man of the hour now. Couldn't have happened to a nicer guy. Congratulations."
Adam: Nick, you wanted to see me?
Nick: Yeah, come in.
Adam: Didn't think I'd set eyes on you for days. Figured you'd be too busy fielding calls from kiss-ups trying to get on your good side.
Nick: I am busy, Adam, so I'll keep this brief. You need to stay away from Sharon.
Nick: Sharon's been through enough. She doesn't need to get sucked into another one of your head games.
Adam: Where is this coming from?
Nick: Just stay away from her, Adam.
Adam: Considering you're not her husband anymore and the fact that she can make decisions on her own, I don't think it's your call.
Nick: Well, I don't really care what you think.
Adam: Nick, there's nothing going on with us. We are just friends. And despite your opinion of me, I would never hurt her.
Nick: Hmm. That's probably what you said when you were with Heather, and then you destroyed her life.
Nick: Well, lucky for Sharon, you're not gonna get a chance, because you're just gonna be so busy on the Savaneur P.R. junket.
Adam: Is this because of Sharon, or because you don't want someone looking over your shoulder while you're trying to fill Victor's shoes?
Nick: Adam, if you want to continue to work here, you're gonna shut up and you're gonna follow orders. Now there's the door.
Adam: Chair feels good, doesn't it? Nobody sits there for long except for Dad. Enjoy it while it lasts.
Gloria: Well, well, well, I was just getting ready to call you... again.
Michael: (Chuckles) I have a job, you know.
Gloria: Mm-hmm, and a beautiful home.
Gloria: Whereas Jeffrey and I are about to become homeless.
Michael: All right, I'll bite. What are you talking about?
Gloria: You'd think that your best friend Phyllis might give your mother a break.
Michael: All right, I'll pay your rent for a month, but you gotta back off of the calls.
Jeff: We'll take cash.
Gloria: We don't want a handout.
Jeff: Who says?
Gloria: We want justice. Victor Newman came out of that Cayman thing smellin' like a rose while we're being kicked out of a place we could buy 15 times over if he hadn't swindled us.
Michael: What do you want me to do?!
Gloria: Nudge the S.E.C., get 'em to care about the victims in this tragedy.
Michael: If I get any information I can pass along, I will. But I'm not gonna sabotage Victor in the process. Now, oh, I'm late for a meeting.
Gloria: That meeting wouldn't involve Mr. Newman and the Cayman bank, would it, Mikey? (Chuckles) Run along. Make your mommy proud.
Jeff: What are you so happy about? From where I sit, "Sonny boy" just blew us off.
Gloria: Michael will never let me down. In fact, this may turn out better than we even imagined.
Lauren: Hey, Hey.
Amber: Hey. (Sighs) It still gets to me seeing something I created on display.
Lauren: I'm sorry to say there's about two dozen just like it in the back.
Lauren: And it's not you. It's not you. I told you that. It's this economy. People are just not splurging on luxury items when they're trying to just buy food and gas.
Amber: (Sighs) You can't have everything, right?
Lauren: Mm, I might be able to help you, though. Do you remember yesterday when you were asking me about the sales position? Well, I just moved two girls to the Madison store.
Amber: So--so you're-- you're telling me there's an opening?
Lauren: Not as a designer, but--
Amber: Ooh! Ooh! Ooh! I will take it! I will take it!
Lauren: Good. Oh, I'm glad. I'm glad.
Amber: Yeah, me, too. Me, too.
Lily: I meant it about the look. We renewed our vows, but we skipped the honeymoon part.
Cane: Yeah, um, it might be too soon.
Lily: The doctor said it wasn't.
Cane: Yeah, still, um...
Lily: Do I have to make the first move?
(Knock on door)
Lily: Let's just-- don't answer it, okay?
Devon: Lily? Cane?
Roxanne: Its Roxy and Devon.
Cane: (Sighs heavily)
Billy: All right, look, you can't hold it against me trying to protect my investment, okay?
Mac: I can't do this again.
Billy: Can't do what?
Mac: Have the same conversation where I tell you that I'm disappointed, and you tell me you're gonna make it right.
Billy: Look, I am all about moving past this if that means that you are not gonna be mad at me. (Slurping drink)
Mac: This isn't just about the magazine. I need my life to mean something again, and maybe I came down so hard on you because I was jealous that you have a purpose, even if it's to make a buck no matter who you hurt.
Billy: Hey, yo, it's not about just making a buck, okay? It's the challenge of making the c--suc--success out of a business that chews up and spits out a different publication every week.
Billy: Hey, Sharon. See, you--you remember how it was when you and Jack had to turn all those cartwheels to keep "Restless Style" afloat. I'll bet that's why she's here right now-- can't wait to back to it.
Sharon: Actually, no, I-I came to quit.
Billy: (Clears throat)
Noah: I didn't expect to see you today.
Eden: Aren't you grounded?
Abby: Yeah, well, my mom is completely clueless about the school schedule, so between her being focused on Faith and my dad leaving for Europe, I should be able to coast for weeks.
Daisy: Hey, Abby.
Noah: Hello, Daisy.
Daisy: (Chuckles) Are you out on good behavior?
Abby: Yeah, well, my mom doesn't exactly know. (Laughs)
Daisy: Oh. (Laughs)
Eden: What you guys did was stupid.
Noah: It's not like we didn't crash last year's Halloween party.
Daisy: I, uh, need caffeine.
Abby: Yeah, me, too. (Chuckles)
Daisy: Think they'll throw in a job with my latte?
Abby: Uh, well, Eden could put in a good word with the owner.
Eden: Kevin's already got a full staff of people who need jobs, not boarding school kids who just want to score free drinks.
Daisy: F.Y.I., as, uh, hard as my parents work, they still can't afford to send me to boarding school. I'm on full scholarship at Walnut Grove. And the money I get just isn't enough to cover extras like food and clothes and shoes.
Eden: God forbid you run out of any of those.
Abby: You know what? I think it's cool to want to work...
Abby: To want to stay on top of the fashion scene, unlike some people who think that having absolutely no fashion sense is something to be proud of.
Nick: Yeah. Thanks.
Ashley: Well, don't you look very much at home sitting behind that desk?
Nick: (Chuckles) Well, I have some... (Sighs) Big shoes to fill.
Ashley: Your father has faith in you, or he wouldn't have left you in charge.
Nick: Thanks for saying that.
Nick: Please sit down.
Ashley: Thank you.
Nick: (Sighs) So what brings you by this neck of the woods?
Ashley: Well, I'm here because of the quarterly report. I haven't gotten one.
Nick: Well, I, uh, I wasn't aware that--
Ashley: That I still have a seat on the board?
Nick: (Chuckles) Well, your divorce...
Ashley: (Chuckles) But it doesn't mean I'm walking away from Newman. So whether you like it or not, you're stuck with me.
Nick: You weren't happy with the way things were handled when Dad first announced your appointment.
Ashley: You mean the way I was just shoved down the board's throat?
Nick: That's not the way I was gonna put it, but yes.
Ashley: (Chuckles) Yeah, well, your father overstepped his bounds, which isn't unusual. And the way he unseated Colleen, well, you know, it was shameful. And I'm ashamed of myself for going along with it.
Nick: Oh, you weren't thinking clearly.
Ashley: But I am now. And out of respect for Colleen and her dad, I intend to make a difference in this company.
Nick: Just so you know, nothing Dad did needs to come into play now that I'm in charge.
Ashley: Nick, I'm not out for revenge if that's what you're worried about.
Nick: But you're gonna fight me if you don't like my plans for Newman.
Ashley: Oh, I don't know. What are you plans?
Nick: Well, you'll find out at the next meeting.
Ashley: Your dad doesn't like change, you know.
Nick: I'm not gonna be some figurehead in this position.
Ashley: So you're spreading your wings.
Nick: Sounds like you are, too. I'm really looking forward to seeing what you're gonna bring to the table.
Ashley: Sounds like a whole new direction for Newman.
Nick: Well, don't you think it's time?
Daisy: They said come back in six months. Like I can wait that long.
Abby: I guess I'll just spring for lattes until you find something.
Amber: Hey, girls. Why the long faces?
Abby: Oh, Daisy just got turned down for a job here.
Daisy: There goes my chance at scoring that new patent hobo.
Amber: I just may have the perfect gig for a fellow fashionista.
Daisy: I'm listening.
Amber: Yeah, I just got hired at Lauren's boutique, you know, at Fenmore's about an hour ago, and as of a half-hour ago, they still had one more slot to fill.
Abby: Oh, that sounds perfect.
Amber: In fact, I will even take you over there and introduce you.
Daisy: You will?
Amber: As long as you promise no more bar-crashing with fake IDs.
Daisy: (Chuckles) Like I'm ever gonna do that again. Um, would it be totally lame if I went alone?
Amber: I think you would be totally brave. In fact, I will write down the address for you, hmm?
Daisy: How do I look?
Abby: (Sighs) Awesome. (Chuckles)
Amber: Now remember to tell her Amber sent you.
Daisy: Okay. Lauren Fenmore.
Amber: Yeah, that's her maiden name. Her married name's Baldwin. You know, I mean, she's amazing. You're totally gonna love her.
Daisy: Wish me luck.
Amber: I will--luck.
Daisy: (Squeals) Cool.
Amber: I'm gonna call Daniel and tell him some good news for a change.
Eden: That girl is the last thing that Lauren needs.
Abby: You don't even know her.
Eden: Neither do you.
Sharon: I stopped by the office yesterday to give you my decision, but with everything that was going on, I didn't get a chance.
Billy: Oh, so you have a problem with the Victor article, too.
Sharon: Well, he is my son's grandfather, and Victoria is Noah's aunt, and you trashed both of them for no good reason.
Billy: No good reason? He still had CeeCee's blood on his hands when he took her heart.
Sharon: Oh, okay. So is that what this is about then? Revenge? Or do have just some twisted need to cut people down so you can make yourself feel like the big man?
Sharon: Never mind. Don't answer that. I think I know the answer to that question.
Sharon: What I don't understand is how you can feel justified doing this to not only Victoria and Victor, but the people who love them like Noah and Abby.
Billy: I never said anything about Noah or Abby.
Sharon: Well, you may as well have, Billy, with the misery those two kids are gonna have to go through because of this.
Billy: You are blowing this way out of proportion.
Sharon: Okay, this is the attitude-- that's the exact reason why I cannot work for you. You know, I-I used to love "Restless Style." In fact, it was my whole life for a long time. But in the course of a week, you have turned it into something that I don't even recognize.
Billy: Okay. (Sighs) At least I didn't get slapped this time.
Roxanne: I researched foods that are good for cancer patients, and one site said you need lots of veggies and leafy greens, so this soup has a bunch of them.
Lily: Yes, the soup. Thank you so much, Rox. That was really sweet.
Devon: Hey, Cane, how's the bar going, man?
Cane: The bar is wonderful. It is--it's busy. Thank you.
Lily: Yeah, so, you know, you guys must have like, a, um, a term paper to write or, like, classes to get to, right?
Devon: No, not at all. We rescheduled so we can relieve Cane and hang out with you.
Cane: Oh, that's not necessary, but thank you. I appreciate it.
Roxanne: Oh, Cane, you have been doing 24/7 duty.
Cane: Mm, I don't mind.
Lily: (Yawns loudly)
Cane: Well, I, uh, I need to get my wife to bed, but, um, she has to rest.
Lily: (Sighs) Yeah. Yeah.
Lily: So thank you, guys...
Cane: All right. Thank you.
Lily: So much for coming by. It was so sweet of you guys.
Cane: Thank you. Bye. Thank you.
Roxanne: Well... (Chuckles) Um, have a nice rest.
Devon: Are you sure everything's cool? You don't need us to stay?
Lily: No, no, I'm--I'm fine. Or I will be, you know, when I sleep. So thank you for bringing the soup, you guys.
Lily: It was so sweet of you guys. Thank you.
Devon: Yeah. Mm-hmm.
Roxanne: (Chuckles) You're welcome.
Cane: (Exhales) Mm. Now if someone knocks at that door again...
Lily: We are not answering.
Cane: Mm, no we're not.
Lily: Ooh. (Chuckles)
Lauren: Oh, I'm so sorry. I'm about to run an errand. Do you mind if I-- I'm gonna come back in 15 minutes.
Daisy: You're her, aren't you?
Lauren: Excuse me?
Daisy: Uh, the owner, Lauren Fenmore. Amber said you were gorgeous. And that outfit is just proof you're totally hip, too.
Lauren: (Chuckles) That's very sweet of you. Y-you know Amber?
Daisy: I met her last night, um, but I feel like I've known her forever. Oh, my God. This looks like the original cross brooch designed by Chanel in the '20s.
Lauren: (Chuckles) Yeah, it's an homage to that. Very good.
Daisy: And it works with today's fashions-- vintage yet timeless, you know?
Lauren: (Chuckles) Now I see the connection to Amber.
Daisy: She said you were looking for a salesgirl.
Lauren: Oh, um, yeah. Do you have any experience in retail?
Daisy: Other than shopping, no.
Lauren: (Chuckles) Okay.
Lauren: Do you think you could work-- or have you had any experience with a register or, you know, steaming a dress?
Daisy: No on both counts, but I pick things up really fast, and I'm super reliable. I promise if you hire me, you won't be sorry.
Lauren: All right, well, you know what? Why don't you write down your name and phone number...
Daisy: Oh, good.
Lauren: And I'll call Amber, and if she gives you the thumbs-up, you're hired.
Daisy: Working here would be a dream come true. All clothes, all the time, it's just--
Lauren: Perfect. Perfect. Well, I will be in touch. Now come on. You know what I have to do? Give somebody a piece of my mind.
(Knock on door)
Nick: Come in.
Michael: Well, look at you. Are congratulations in order, or are you already on the gangplank waiting to jump?
Nick: Now that depends on why you're here, doesn't it?
Michael: Why I'm here... all right. I just came from a preliminary meeting with the S.E.C., and, uh, thanks to Billy's article, yes, they have latched on to the whole Cayman bank issue.
Nick: (Sighs) (Groans) Yeah, of course they have.
Michael: Yeah. In their minds, since Victor withdrew company funds right before the collapse, and in their opinion, that exacerbated the collapse, it makes it appear as though he had, uh, insider information.
Nick: But he didn't.
Michael: Yeah, well, unfortunately, that's incredibly hard to prove. And while this is not a situation where a lot of innocent people were bilked of their life savings by a crook, per se, there's a lot of public sympathy for those who lost their shirts and a lot of pressure on the S.E.C. to investigate those who didn't.
Nick: Give me the bottom line.
Michael: It's gonna cost us, and it's gonna cost us big.
Sharon: I'm so glad you stopped by, 'cause I've just been dying to tell somebody what just happened, and you are the first person I thought to call.
Adam: (Sighs) I'm sensing it was something good.
Sharon: I quit my job at "Restless Style."
Adam: Didn't you, uh, didn't you just start?
Sharon: Yeah. But I couldn't tolerate the way that Billy was gunning for Victor, and I let him know it. You know, he thought he could attack someone who I care about, and I just basically let him have it, and you know what? I feel great. What's wrong?
Adam: It's just that, uh, anything that Billy has done to Victor is nothing compared to the hell I've put him through.
Sharon: Oh, well, I'm not saying that that's right, but at least you acknowledge it, and you feel some remorse.
Adam: You'd better watch it. You keep being kind to me, and Nick is gonna flip out. He, uh, he already called me into his office and warned me against, uh, spending time with you.
Sharon: He did what?
Adam: Look, given your history with him and--and my past, I-I can't really say that I blame him. To guarantee that I, uh, steer clear of you, um, I'm being sent out of town on an assignment, which is why I'm here-- to say good-bye.
Nick: I can't have the company stock quote tank because of negative press. Baldwin, there has to be a way to make this Caymans debacle disappear.
Michael: Well, I'm afraid the only way would be for you to pay back the money that Victor withdrew, plus interest and penalties. Some of this may funnel down to the people who lost everything in the collapse.
Nick: That was legitimate Newman money. And where am I supposed to get these funds from? Do I close an entire division? Am I supposed to lay off dozens of people just because some people think Dad might be guilty of something?
Michael: All right, listen to me. The alternatives are even costlier and would take years to resolve. So if you really want to make this go away now, this is our only option.
Billy: (Clears throat)
Billy: Are you gonna ignore me forever, or...
Mac: What do you want me to say that Sharon hasn't already covered?
Lauren: Someone on your staff predicted that you'd be here.
Billy: Yeah, well, how can I help you?
Lauren: Yeah, well, I wanted to tell you in person that I will be pulling all future Fenmore ads from "Restless Style."
Billy: (Clears throat) Well, okay. If you're here to berate me about printing the Newman article, you can save your breath, because this magazine has done better in the past few days under my watch than it has in months. And the way that I look at it, Ma'am, you're actually getting a bargain with me.
Lauren: (Chuckles) Oh, yeah, well, bargain or not, you see, I prefer to spend my money with publications that don't appeal to the lowest common denominator.
Billy: I understand. You're highbrow. I get it.
Lauren: Oh, excuse me. No, this isn't about highbrow. This is about showing respect for my clientele by not associating with publications that prefer sensationalism over substance.
Lauren: And, uh, for the record, you know what you did to Victor and Victoria?
Lauren: On a moral issue-- disgusting.
Billy: Have a nice night. Thank you.
Cane: Hey. Listen, if you're scared, or if you've changed your mind--
Lily: No, I-- (sighs) It's just that, you know, I'm-- I'm bald, you know? And I have this port in my abdomen where poison gets pumped in. It's just-- I feel like an alien.
Cane: Shh. Don't say that.
Lily: I bet that you didn't know that this was an episode of "Star Trek" and you're playing Captain Kirk to my Klingon.
Cane: Mm. Well, if I'm Captain Kirk, you know I'm required to seduce you.
Lily: Yes, naturally.
Lily: I guess the good thing is that Klingons never have to worry about birth control ever again, so...
Cane: Hey. Hey, look at me. Do you know how beautiful you are?
Cane: You're beautiful. You're beautiful. You know, being with you like this is a gift I never expected to have again. I don't want to mess this up.
Lily: You won't.
Daisy: Thank you so much. Whatever you said to Lauren totally won her over.
Daisy: She just called, and I got the job.
Amber: We need to celebrate. Lattes for everyone.
Abby: Now that you guys are both working at Fenmore's, I'll have to reactivate my account so I can do all of my retail therapy locally.
Daisy: Uh, that is if you're ever let out of the house again.
Ashley: I'd like to assume you got your dates mixed up like I did, but somehow, I doubt it. Abby, I remember what it's like to be a teenager, Honey.
Abby: You so would not be here right now if you did.
Ashley: I'm trying very hard not to embarrass you in front of your friends.
Abby: So you're leaving?
Ashley: We're leaving... right now.
Lauren: I thought you were avoiding her.
Michael: Trust me, she's unavoidable.
Michael: Well... there's not much to tell.
Jeff: We get our dough, or not?
Michael: It is quite possible that the S.E.C. will expect compensation for the Cayman bank debacle. So it would behoove those who lost a lot of money to be in line when the cash gets handed out.
Gloria: I knew this would happen. Lover man...
Gloria: We're not gonna be poor anymore.
Lauren: Um... (Chuckles) Aren't you forgetting to thank somebody?
Gloria: (Sighs) Yeah, that's right.
Gloria: To the man who made all of this possible...
Gloria: Billy Abbott.
Billy: You wanted me to learn a lesson, and I have. Never take on "The mustache" and try to win. Do you think God's even on the payroll at Newman, huh?
Mac: I love you.
Mac: Yes, because I see you get so excited about something that you nothing about, and jump in with this crazy blind faith that it is all just gonna work out. And some people call that cocky, but I know that it's you being hopeful.
Mac: And... when it doesn't work out, you pretend like, "Oh, it doesn't matter." But I see how hurt you are.
Billy: Jack would say that's me being foolish, being hopeful. (Scoffs)
Mac: Well, you've done some foolish things. But when Colleen was in the hospital, you never gave up. You just kept hoping. And I think that if she were here today, she would say that those articles you wrote-- they're not all you are. You just need to see it, too.
(Knock on door)
Nick: Thank you.
Sharon: Obviously, the power is going to Nick's head, because the idea that he could banish you and send you out of town just so that we can't be friends-- I mean, that's-- that's ridiculous.
Adam: It's not that big of a deal. Uh, I've been cooped up at the ranch for so long, it'll be nice to get out and experience the world.
Sharon: Wow. You are being a really good sport about this, because Nick doesn't have a vote in who I spend time with.
Adam: It's not easy, believe me.
Sharon: Well, I'll miss you.
Adam: (Sighs) Uh, I'd better go.
Sharon: Have a safe trip.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Lily: We renewed our vows.
Kay: I have a daughter out there somewhere.
Jill: The one you thought was me.
Chloe: I just thought that I could be myself around you.
Phillip: We should go.
Chance: Yeah, why don't you go ahead and just run? Because that's what you're so good at, right?
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