Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/3/09

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/3/09 -- Canada; Wednesday 11/4/09 -- U.S.A.


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Cane: Morning.

Lily: (Sighs)

Cane: How are you feeling?

Lily: Can't you tell? (Chuckles)

Cane: Mm. Why don't you stay in bed? I'll get up, and I'll make us some breakfast.

Lily: I don't want breakfast. And I don't want to sleep, either.

Cane: Hmm.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: Mm.

Chance: Hey, Chloe.

Chloe: Hey. Hey, wait, wait, wait. Wait, um, I've got news. (Chuckles) Actually-- actually, it's old news. Where you--where have you been? I haven't seen you for a little bit.

Chance: Yeah, well, I've been working a lot lately.

Chloe: Well, Billy was here on Halloween. And he kissed me. And I blew him off. I did. I did. I just told him that I didn't want to be his consolation prize. (Sighs) And I think that he knew that I was very serious about it. So... (Chuckles) What do you think?

Chance: That's good.

Chloe: (Chuckles) Yeah, I-I-I know. Right?

Chance: Yeah. I'm gonna get some breakfast.

Chloe: (Sighs) Hmm.

Jill: It was entirely appropriate of me to announce my return to Jabot.

Kay: Mm-hmm. Well, you could have done it without sticking your finger in Jack's eye.

Jill: Katherine--

Kay: I read the press release, Jill.

Jill: No matter how prettily we phrase it, that fact is I am returning to right a sinking ship. Jack has failed in his mission.

Kay: Well, if you don't find a way to coexist with him, you're going to fail yours. This is not an auspicious beginning.

Neil: Good morning, ladies.

Kay: Neil, wonderful. Have a seat.

Jill: I didn't realize that you'd be joining us.

Neil: Well, Katherine called and said she wanted to make a change.

Kay: Indeed. And it involves you both. Sit down.

Paul: I suppose you have seen the, uh, article in, uh, "Restless Style."

Nina: Yeah.

Paul: Just when I thought that, uh, my sister couldn't be exploited any further.

Nina: Mm.

Paul: Not that she's aware of it, anyway. Or any other bad thing that's ever happened to her.

Nina: Just can't face it, huh?

Paul: (Sighs) It um... it's all just too much for her.

Nina: Yeah. Well, selective amnesia's, you know, self-protective. Once she gets stronger, she'll start remembering stuff.

Paul: Yeah, well, I'm not sure I'm wishing for that, either. I mean, right now, she's happy. She is the beaming, blushing newlywed.

Nina: Oh, you can't be serious.

Paul: The last time I went to see her, she wanted me to tell Mom that she and Jack wanted sauerkraut and spareribs...

Nina: (Gasps)

Paul: The next time they visit.

Nina: Oh, no. Oh. Well, what about this doctor that--that Patty modeled herself after?

Paul: Well, um, I've seen them together. They have a very strong bond.

Jack: Dr. Peterson.

Emily: Mr. Abbott.

Jack: If you're planning on reading that over breakfast, it may spoil your appetite.

Emily: I already have. Your brother has quite the poisoned pen.

Jack: My brother cared a great deal about Colleen.

Emily: I see. And this is his idea of revenge? And Patty's collateral damage again?

Jack: For what it's worth, I was adamantly against her inclusion in that article.

Emily: It's hard to tell, based on the outcome.

Jack: And your opinion of me sinks even lower. I didn't think it was possible.

Emily: (Sighs) I'm sure you get very different results when you flash that smile.

Jack: You seem sure about a lot of things where I'm concerned. Let me ask you something. In your time working with Patty, did she make any progress?

Emily: She made enormous progress.

Jack: And what about your other patients? Did you--you must have had some success with them.

Emily: What is the point, Mr. Abbott?

Jack: My point is, you've made an entire career on the premise that people grow and change, and yet somehow, you don't think I'm capable of that.

Emily: I haven't judged you.

Jack: Oh? (Scoffs) I think you've tried and convicted me in your mind. Now could the accused please have a final statement before the sentence is handed down?

Emily: (Sighs) Fine.

Kay: I am seriously looking to make some acquisitions.

Jill: (Sighs)

Kay: Well, there's a lot of asset-rich corporations out there floundering in this downturn.

Neil: It's a great time to go bargain hunting, that's for sure.

Jill: Yeah, but it's a tough time to raise capital with the credit market still floundering.

Kay: Well, that's why I'm considering an I.P.O.

Jill: You want to take the company public?

Kay: Well, no. Not all of it, no. But certainly a significant percentage.

Neil: Wow. Chancellor Industries issuing stock to the masses.

Kay: All right. Now, uh, come on now. This--this has got to remain very confidential. I haven't discussed it with anybody-- anybody at all, except Mitchell Sherman.

Jill: And what does Mitchell say?

Kay: Well, he wanted me to do it for years. And, um, he was very annoyed that I didn't-- that I didn't do it before my untimely demise.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Neil: Right. It would have made the disposition of your estate a lot easier if you'd had that liquidity.

Kay: Well, not to mention the fact that it would have given us freedom to jump on opportunities as they arise.

Jill: Yeah. You'd have the cash on hand. At the same time, you would have shareholders to please and added regulations and...

Kay: Mm-hmm. You oppose?

Jill: No, no, no. I didn't say that.

Kay: Well, what do you think?

Jill: You really want to know what I think?

Kay: Why else would I have asked you here, for heaven sakes?

Jill: I think we're ready.

Kay: Neil?

Neil: Definitely worth investigating.

Kay: All right. Let's look into it. I want to make this happen. Hmm?

Devon: Thank you. This one here's for you.

Roxanne: Ooh, extra whipped cream. You must be happy with me.

Devon: I'm happy because of you.

Roxanne: (Gasps) Oh, Gym Class Heroes are playing at Macalester College.

Devon: Really? When is that?

Roxanne: It's tonight.

Devon: Oh, yeah? Wanna go? Let's go.

Roxanne: Are you serious?

Devon: Yeah, I'm serious. Why not? It's only, like, a 3-hour drive. I'll, uh, get you back here before afternoon classes tomorrow.

Roxanne: Okay.

Devon: Yeah?

Roxanne: Yeah. (Laughs)

Devon: Good. I want to check on Lily, though, first, okay?

Roxanne: Is she okay?

Devon: Yeah, I think she's okay. I just got this weird vibe yesterday, 'cause she couldn't-- it--it seemed like she couldn't get us out of the house fast enough.

Roxanne: Devon--

Devon: No, I know. You probably think I'm being paranoid, but...

Roxanne: Lily's fine.

Devon: Something was off.

Roxanne: Okay, I-I thought something was wrong, too, until you told me that they just renewed their vows. You wouldn't want visitors on your honeymoon, would you?

Devon: Oh.

Roxanne: Yeah.

Cane: (Sighs) You know, I've been trying not to think about how much I missed this.

Lily: I know. Me, too.

Cane: (Sighs)

Lily: I am yours. All yours.

Cane: So... what do you want to do today? You know, your wish is my command, don't you?

Lily: Oh, well...

Cane: (Chuckles)

Lily: In that case, I should make it good. (Chuckles)

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Um, I don't know. I was just gonna say, let's just go outside and enjoy the fall before it's over.

Cane: So you want to have, like, a "Cider and a sweater" kind of day? We could take Humphrey for a walk. Hmm? Hey. You okay?

Lily: (Sighs) Yeah.

Cane: Yeah.

Lily: I'm better than okay.

Cane: Good.

Lily: (Chuckles) It's, like, how long has it been since I've had to be careful about every single move that I make? You know?

Cane: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Its like-- take the right medicine, and don't get too tired, and sanitize everything. And every conversation is, "How are you feeling?" And, "Are you up for company? Is this too much for you?" (Sighs) It's like that's all I was-- just "Lily, cancer patient." The rest of me was just... gone. But, past couple days, I haven't had to think about any of that. You know, I feel-- I feel good.

Cane: (Sighs)

Lily: I feel like-- like myself, like just Lily. (Chuckles) And I want to hold onto that for as long as I can.

Cane: I love you.

Lily: (Sighs) I love you, too.

Emily: I still don't understand why it matters what I think of you.

Jack: Because I want to help Patty, and you can tell me how.

Emily: I have. Stay away.

Jack: I've already stopped my visits.

Emily: Good. The visits may ease your conscience, but they fed her delusions.

Jack: Well, there must be something I can do from the outside.

Emily: (Sighs) Mr. Abbott, Patty has a team of competent professionals working with her. If they need anything from you I'm--

Jack: They--they-- you're not saying "We." You're no part of that team?

Emily: I have to go back to Minnesota tomorrow.

Jack: Well, I'm sorry to hear that. I'm also, frankly, a little surprised.

Emily: Well, I have professional obligations.

Jack: No one has the bond with Patty that you do. You're here in town because you obviously care about her.

Emily: I do.

Jack: So what's it gonna take to get you to stay?

Emily: Hey, we're not gonna have this conversation.

Jack: You won't even discuss it?

Emily: Mr. Abbott, I know it's important to you to find a way to alleviate your guilt. But it's not a priority to me. You are not my patient, and you are not my concern.

Nina: Thank you. So where are you and Nikki at these days?

Paul: (Chokes) Are you serious? You haven't heard?

Nina: What?

Paul: Nowhere. She left town with Victor.

Nina: No.

Paul: Yes.

Nina: I don't even know what to say about that.

Paul: Well, apparently, neither did she. She, um... wrote me a very simple e-mail telling me that she was leaving town.

Nina: (Scoffs) Well, I'm so glad I could lift your spirits like this.

Paul: (Laughs)

Nina: What else could I bring up? North Korea. Global warming.

Paul: (Groans)

Nina: What?

Paul: Actually, you do lift my spirits.

Nina: Oh, God.

Paul: But, uh, I am supposed to meet somebody.

Nina: Oh, yeah, sure. (Laughs)

Paul: No, truly. I am. Hey, Phillip, how you doing?

Phillip: Hey, Paul, how you doing?

Paul: Good to see you. Fine. Uh, so let me know when you're free. We can, um, catch a movie.

Nina: Yeah, sure.

Paul: A comedy?

Nina: Yes, a comedy. (Laughs)

Paul: (Laughs) Okay.

Nina: Bye, Sweetheart.

Paul: Bye.

Nina: Sit.

Phillip: Mm. So, uh, are you guys goin' out?

Nina: No, no. We hang out.

Phillip: Not that it's my business.

Nina: No, it's okay. And, you know, if you want to tell me about your love life, that would be okay, too.

Paul: Well, right now, there's nobody special, which is good, because, you know, my priorities should be my son, whether he likes it or not.

Nina: Wall's not coming down, huh?

Phillip: Well, to be fair, you know, when he avoids me, he does it in the nicest possible way.

Nina: Mm.

Phillip: But I'm not gonna give up.

Nina: Good.

Phillip: But I'm not gonna push.

Nina: No, you shouldn't. Oh, shoot. I meant to bring that photo album of all his school pictures.

Phillip: Next time.

Nina: No, just come back to the house with me. I want you to see it.

Phillip: Nina, what did I just say? I mean, there-- uh, I don't want to push him.

Nina: He's probably not even there. He works all the time. Come on.

Phillip: Okay.

Nina: Come on.

Phillip: All right.

Chloe: Hey, how was that bagel? Good, uh, great. Let's get back to earlier. Yeah? Uh... wow. (Chuckles) That was just not the response I was expecting. See, you were the one who told me to grow a spine when it came to Billy, and I did, and I told you, and, uh, you know, you just, like, patted me on the head like, "Attagirl."

Chance: Yeah. You did a good job.

Chloe: It was actually, like, huge. Huge. (Chuckles)

Chance: (Sighs) Okay, I'm proud of you, Chloe. I really am.

Chloe: Thank you. Thank-- well, that's a little bit more like it.

Chance: (Chuckles)

Chloe: So you working today?

Chance: Um, no.

Chloe: Good.

Chance: I'm not working today.

Chloe: Good, good, good. Um, I have a meeting later, but then I have some free time, and I want to know if you wanted to hang out.

Chance: Yeah, that's, um, that's not gonna work. Uh, see, I-I'm getting ready to go running right now, and then a little bit later on today I've got, uh, I've got some places that I have to be. So, uh, yeah. I'll see you later, okay?

Chloe: Okay. (Sighs)

Neil: I'll make some discreet inquiries to underwriters.

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Get a feel for where they'd want to price the shares. It's a tricky thing. You know, you want to raise capital, but at a price low enough to generate interest.

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Get people excited being in on-- on the ground floor.

Kay: And the two of you have an opportunity for just that. My God, I want you both to benefit from this.

Jill: You would do this for me?

Neil: Katherine, um, I-I appreciate the generosity, but I've only worked for you for what, less than a year?

Kay: You are both family. That's enough said. Enough said.

Neil: Thank you very much.

Kay: Well, all right. Get busy with-- with those phone calls.

Neil: Right away. Right away. Jill.

Jill: Yeah.

Kay: (Chuckles) It's, um, it's really something, isn't it? I mean... (Chuckles) The business world is gonna be set on its ear, and it's not even-- not even lunchtime.

Jill: Katherine?

Kay: Hmm?

Jill: Why did you bring me in on this?

Kay: Well, I-- well, I-I think it just deserves some grand, uh, gestures. You know, after years of this painful tit for tat, I think I should... (Sighs) Uh, I think in some way I could earn your forgiveness.

Jill: Earn my-- you want my forgiveness?

Kay: Yes, I do.

Jill: What about all the things that I have done to you?

Kay: You know, Jill, I don't know how long I have left. Of course, no one does, but... I mean, look at Lily and--and poor little Colleen. And that--that lit a fire under me, and, well, I want to set things right while I-I'm--I'm still-- still able to do so. You know, with all the people I've--I've--I've-- I've loved, I mean, it's--it's too late. That's where this empty space in my heart can never be filled.

Jill: Empty? You're surrounded by people who love you.

Kay: I do have a full house, don't I? But you want to know something? (Sighs) For some reason here of late, I've been conscious of the people who are not here who will never, never know how much they meant to me. I have a daughter out there somewhere.

Jill: Yeah. The one you thought was me.

Kay: Well, you know, it is a relief to me to know that you are here, a-and I can do a lot of things for you to make amends. I mean, that is, if you let me.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Emily: No, no. It's--its fine. Uh, Paul and I have a, uh, meeting scheduled.

Jack: Oh, well, uh, take my seat. My pleasure talking with you. It was, uh, illuminating, to say the least. Paul, if there's anything I can do for Patty, please let me know.

Paul: I will, indeed.

Emily: (Sighs)

Paul: Okay, well.

Emily: (Chuckles)

Paul: (Sighs) You know, I really wish you would reconsider your decision to, uh, leave town in a few days.

Emily: Patty's in good hands.

Paul: Her doctors are new to her. And there's no way they have the same level of trust as she does with you.

Emily: I'll stay in close contact with her team, and I will visit when I can.

Paul: I don't suppose there's any way you would consider relocating?

Emily: I'm sorry. As much as it breaks my heart for Patty and for you--

Paul: There are plenty of job opportunities here, you know.

Emily: It's-- it's not a matter of earning a living, Paul. The work I do is important to me. And finding another position that's going to offer me the same influence with the community-- it doesn't seem likely. I promise you, I will not let Patty fall through the cracks. I just--I need to go home.

Paul: (Sighs)

Neil: So good to see you.

Roxanne: You, too. I'm gonna go tell Taryn about the concert.

Devon: All right. All right.

Neil: Well, well. She seems happy.

Devon: Yes, and I'm doing everything I can to keep it that way.

Neil: Good. Seen Lily lately?

Devon: Mm-hmm, yesterday. Why?

Neil: I don't know, kid. You know, I'm just trying not to hover.

Devon: So you're gonna hover vicariously then, huh? She's doin' okay, though.

Neil: Yeah?

Devon: Mm-hmm.

Neil: Cane taking good care of her?

Devon: Uh, it looked that way.

Neil: I want to believe it'll last.

Cane: So, uh, you're sure this is where you want to be?

Lily: Yeah, I love it here. The smell and wandering through the stacks. And everyone's so relaxed, you know? It's where you come when you have time on your hands. And that's exactly how I want to feel.

Cane: Well, okay. You go and wander, and you know where you can find me, okay?

Lily: Mm, in romance?

Cane: Romance?

Lily: Yeah, because wherever you are, that's where romance is.

Cane: (Chuckles)

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: Any talk like that, and I'm gonna take you home and get you back into bed.

Lily: (Laughs)

Cane: Mm.

Chance: (Sighs) Hey. I thought you had a meeting.

Chloe: So you thought I'd be gone. Hmm, is that what you hoped for?

Chance: Uh, no.

Chloe: So what are you doin' now?

Chance: I'm about to grab a shower. So...

Chloe: Wait. (Sighs) Wait, wait, wait, wait. Okay. You told me that if I realized that Billy wasn't good enough for me, that you would be here.

Chance: Right.

Chloe: So then I told you. So then why are you acting like this?

Chance: (Sighs) Chloe... (Sighs) Look, it's a great thing that you stood your ground with Billy, and I know it's not the first time you've done so. I mean, you moved out of his house. You filed your divorce papers, but come on. I mean, you never really let go, did you? I mean, I'm--I'm saying-- I'm just--I'm hoping that that's what you're doing right now, okay?

Chloe: (Sighs)

Chance: Even if you have to take me out of the picture.

Chloe: But I don't want you-- I don't want you out of the picture. Come on. I didn't tell anybody that I blew him off, not even my own mother. I don't call people and just tell people things like this. It's just not my style, okay? I wanted to tell you. I've been dying to tell you. I don't even know what that means, but... (Sighs) I just... I don't know. I just thought that you would care, so sorry. It was my mistake. (Sighs) Just... (Sighs) Whatever. I don't-- let's not make this weird.

Neil: So, my man...

Devon: Hmm?

Neil: Graduating this semester. You still haven't told me what your plans are.

Devon: Yeah, that's right. Um... well, my plan is to, uh... I'm gonna go after music. I'm gonna start writin' the songs that I got floatin' around in my head and get some kind of job to save up for a studio session.

Neil: Tell you what. You finish writing those songs. You put together people. I'll cover the studio session.

Devon: You're serious about that? 'Cause I always thought you wanted me to get a suit job and keep music on the side.

Neil: Devon, how long did I wait to leave Newman? Hmm? If I had known what was waiting for me at Chancellor-- I've really come into my own there now. And see, if something like that could happen for you, I would prefer for it to happen sooner rather than later. I mean, now--now-- now music is a tough business.

Devon: Mm.

Neil: Now I'm not sayin' that I expect instant success.

Devon: No, I know. But you're sayin' that you believe in me.

Neil: Yeah. That's exactly what I'm sayin'.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: What do you have there?

Lily: A cookbook.

Cane: Oh, is it retro?

Lily: Yes. It goes with our house. And I got this for you.

Cane: Oh, where did you find this?

Lily: Well, I know what you like.

Cane: Yes, you do. Mm.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Emily: With all Patty's disassociations, she never lost sight on how much you love her.

Paul: It just doesn't feel like it makes any difference.

Emily: But it might make all the difference.

Paul: I hope so. Listen, I have a meeting upstairs in the founders' room with some clients, so, uh...

Emily: I'll be in touch.

Paul: Okay. Um, have a great trip. And thank you. Thank you so much for everything.

Emily: (Sighs)

(Cell phone rings)

Emily: Hello? This is Dr. Peterson. Dr. Lambert. (Sighs) There is no need for introductions. It is such a pleasure to speak with you. But how--how did-- I am available at this time.

Jill: I've had people send me flowers. I've had people write me notes of apology. But never, never in my life have I had anyone make a multimillion-dollar stock offering just to get on my good side.

Kay: Do you know not everything is about you, Jill?

Jill: (Chuckles)

Kay: It really isn't. Uh, this happens to be a very brilliant business maneuver.

Jill: I know. We have to handle it very carefully.

Kay: And not end up like Jack Abbott? Losing control of his company because someone gobbled up too many shares?

Jill: Right. Obviously, you are gonna retain the major voting rights.

Kay: (Chuckles) Yes, of course.

Jill: (Chuckles)

(Door opens)

Jack: Ah, there you are.

Kay: Oh, Jack. What can I do for you, my dear?

Jack: I'm pulling the plug on lustre.com. It was, quite simply, a failed experiment.

Kay: Mm.

Jill: Well, I think it's a little soon to say that.

Jack: Well, I realize it was your brainchild, Jill, but it's a dead end.

Jill: Sales are up since the redesign. But, you know what? Okay, if you think it's not worth the trouble, okay. We'll shut it down.

Jack: Well, I'm glad you feel that way.

Jill: Yeah, well, we'll-- we'll go with your instincts.

Kay: Anything else?

Jack: I just had a couple things I wanted to run by you.

Kay: Okay.

Jill: Oh, okay. Well, if you'll excuse me, I have some things I have to take care of.

Kay: Yes, of course.

Jill: And you can catch me up later on this.

Jack: Am I being fired?

Kay: Of course not. What are you talking about?

Jack: She is only that nice to me when she knows something that I don't.

Kay: (Sighs) Come on. She just feels good about things.

Jack: Katherine, I could tell the two of you were cooking up something the moment I walked in here.

Kay: All right, please. Now this is not about Jabot or you, all right?

Devon: (Sighs)

Roxanne: It's too bad we missed Lily, but at least I got that book for class.

Devon: That's true.

Roxanne: What was that for?

Devon: I just want you to know that I know how damn lucky I am.

Lily: Hi.

Neil: Sorry, but I meant to come over sooner.

Lily: That's okay. We wouldn't have been here. We just got home.

Neil: Ah. Nice. What are you doing? Grocery shopping?

Lily: Yeah, went to the farmers' market, and the bookstore and took a walk.

Neil: (Sighs) You’re not overdoing it, are you?

Cane: She's having a really good day, aren't you, baby?

Lily: Yes. I just have a lot of energy, and I want to put it to good use.

Neil: Really?

Lily: Yes.

Neil: So what are you up to?

Cane: She has a hankering for a pot roast.

Lily: Yes, it turns out that a good pot roast is the secret to a long and happy marriage.

Cane: Who knew?

Lily: Well, Mabel knew, okay? Back in like, 1950-something.

Neil: Oh, wow.

Lily: Here, listen to this.

Neil: All right.

Lily: "Fill your home with the aroma of this succulent, slow-cooked pot roast, and you'll fill your husband's heart with loving affection."

Cane: Well, you can save yourself the trouble. He's already here.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: Mm.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: (Clears throat)

Lily: We've just been-- we've been getting along really well.

Neil: Mm-hmm. Just like before.

Cane: No. No, it's not like before.

Lily: Dad, I know you don't want to hear this, but our commitment is deeper now. And in fact, we renewed our vows.

Chloe: Hi.

Chance: Hey.

Chloe: Thought you had places to be.

Chance: I didn't want to leave things the way they were.

Chloe: (Sighs) Okay.

Chance: Chloe, you know exactly where I'm coming from.

Chloe: (Sighs) Actually, I don't. I don't. You're sort of sending mixed signals.

Chance: I really like you...

Chloe: (Sighs)

Chance: But what does that matter if you're not willing to move forward with your life?

Chloe: Well, you know, I don't--I don't--I just can't snap my fingers like that. I...

Chance: Okay. Okay. Okay.

Chloe: "Okay"?

Chance: That's--that's fine. Yes.

Chloe: "Okay"?

Chance: Yeah. (Sighs) "Okay" as in I accept you for where you might be right now in your life.

Chloe: But you don't want to have to do with any part of it. See, things are really cut-and-dry for you, right?

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: They're just like, "This is something I can deal with. This is something I can't deal with." Very simple.

Chance: No, that--what? No. Is that what you think about me?

Chloe: Well, that's really good for you. That's great for you.

Chance: No--

Chloe: But guess what? Some of us just aren't like that. We're just not like that. Some of us are really screwed up and messy, okay? It's not like you didn't know. You knew, and I thought that-- I just thought that I could be myself around you, and you would accept me for who I was, but no, you can't. So you're just gonna put me in a box and you're gonna shove it in the back shelf...

Chance: No, that's not what I'm--no.

Chloe: With everything else you don't want to deal with.

Chance: Chloe, that's not-- that's not want I want-- that's not what I want to do!

Chloe: That's exactly what you do.

Chance: No, Chloe, this is not what I want, but you can't-- (Sighs)

Nina: Hi.

Chance: Hi.

Chloe: Hi.

Phillip: We should go.

Chance: Yeah. Yeah, why don't you guys just go? Why don't you go ahead and just run, because it's what you're so good at, all right? You gutless coward! Get out of here!

Nina: Phillip--

Phillip: It's okay. This is bad timing. Uh, just pretend that we weren't here, all right?

Chance: (Chuckles) Yeah, that'll be easy. You know why? Because you've never been here. Not until it was convenient for you. 20 years too late. What do you want? What the hell are you doing here? I mean, you want to try and be a father now? You want to show me that you actually care?

Phillip: I always cared about--

Chance: You never cared! I had a father! His name was Ryan. No, and things didn't work out between he and my mom, but did he run? Did he leave? Did he escape? No, he stayed with me until the day that he actually died. That's a father. That's a man.

Phillip: Finally. Okay, all right. Okay, this is honesty. This is good, because if we're gonna get to a solid relationship, we need to come here. Okay.

Chance: Don't even count on it.

Cane: Neil, I know you don't trust me, and I don't blame you for that.

Lily: Maybe it's too much to ask for your blessing?

Neil: My blessing?

Lily: Okay, not that, but you two are the people that I love and rely on the most. I don't want there to be tension when we're together. I mean, can't it be enough that you see that I'm happy? You know, I-I feel better than I have in so long.

Neil: Yeah, I can see that. I am very happy for you.

Emily: Well, it is an honor to finally meet you, Dr. Lambert. I have been following your work on schizoaffective disorders for years. G.C. University School of Psychiatry is, uh, fortunate to have you as their dean.

Dr. Lambert: (Chuckles) It'd be a real coup to have you join us. You were very highly recommended.

Emily: It's... (Chuckles) It certainly is a tempting offer-- being able to head a new department and counsel patients under your outreach program, and not have to deal with the budgetary restrictions that I've had in the past.

Dr. Lambert: The foundation endowing this chair has made a long-term commitment.

Emily: What foundation is that?

Dr. Lambert: The Abbott family's foundation.

Emily: (Sighs)

Kay: What are the ideas you want to run past me?

Jack: Right now, I'm more interested in whatever it is you and Jill are planning.

Kay: Well, um, what if we were talking about what we were going to have for dinner?

Jack: Jill has been looking over my shoulder since the day you reinstated her here at Jabot. She wants her finger in every pie. Now all of a sudden, we'll go with my instinct? She'll catch up with me later?

Kay: Well, I would think you would be relieved.

Jack: I am petrified. What could be so big as to distract her this way? And what could be so bad that you couldn't tell me about it?

Kay: Well, did it ever occur to you it's none of your business? Hmm?

Jack: Neil was here earlier. Is he in on this with you?

Kay: Oh, for heaven's sake, Jack. Now if you want to take time to engage in speculation, my darling, you just be my guest. But I really... (Tapping wristwatch)

Kay: I have things to do.

Jack: I am going to find out about this. You know that.

Kay: (Chuckles) (Sighs)

Jill: I've gotta go.

Paul: Hi.

Jill: Paul, thanks for meeting me.

Paul: Well, you said it was urgent.

Jill: Yeah, there's somebody I want you to find-- Katherine's real daughter.

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

Emily: Throwing your money around, buying whatever you want. Not this time, Mr. Abbott, I'm not for sale.

Nina: Chloe is in love with Billy.

Paul: I think she likes Chance.

Cane: Neil, Lily's been admitted to the hospital.

Neil: What happened?

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