Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/4/09

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/4/09 -- Canada; Thursday 11/5/09 -- U.S.A.


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Neil: That's very good news, Katherine.

Lily: Well, that was better than expected. He didn't even freak out when we told him we renewed our vows.

Cane: Yeah, that's 'cause he loves you more than he hates me.

Lily: Hey, he doesn't hate you.

Cane: Uh, let's just say that you, uh, you make him happy.

Lily: You make me happy.

Cane: Mm.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Neil: Sure, no problem. I'm headed back to the office right now. Okay, bye-bye. Uh, Katherine sends her best. I really should get going.

Lily: Okay, uh, do you want to come back for dinner tonight? Or--or is that okay?

Cane: Sure. Neil, why don't you come over for dinner?

Neil: (Chuckles)

Cane: (Chuckles)

Neil: For Mabel's pot roast? Yeah, um, don't you think that's a little much for you to handle right now?

Lily: Well, it would be if I made it like they did back in the '50s, but now I just throw everything into a crock-pot, so...

Neil: Yeah, you know, it's the "Everything" part that I'm worried about. You're doing too much. You are. Please, talk to her, would you?

Cane: Neil, what do you want me to say once she's made up her mind? You know.

Neil: Yeah, she's stubborn, just like her mama.

Lily: So I'll see you at 7:00 then?

Neil: Sure, see you at 7:00.

Lily: Okay.

Neil: Mm. Love you.

Lily: Love you.

Cane: I'll walk you out.

Neil: Okay, thanks. I appreciate that.

Cane: Mm.

Lily: Bye.

Neil: Bye-bye.

Cane: See you. Okay, so where does it say in your, uh, cookbook that when a wife makes a romantic dinner for her husband that she has to invite her father?

Lily: Well, I am planning a special dessert for you.

Cane: Mm. You know I like my dessert first, don't you?

Lily: Yes.

Cane: Mm-hmm. Mm, sweet.

Lily: (Laughs)

Cane: (Chuckles)

Chloe: So I guess I was the warm-up act for you and your dad, huh?

Chance: Yeah, I'm sorry about that. I, um, I hate to lose control.

Chloe: Yeah, I'm sure.

Chance: Meaning what?

Chloe: Meaning you keep a lot bottled up inside.

Chance: Well...

Chloe: I think you're, uh, I think you're really hard to read. I also think that Phillip was right. I think that... (Sighs) If you want to have a relationship with him, you have to be honest.

Chance: (Chuckles) Who says I want to have a relationship with the man?

Chloe: Okay, well, then you're one in billions who doesn't want a relationship with his father. All I'm saying is that...

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: I think you're over thinking things a little bit. That's all.

Chance: (Sighs)

Nina: I'm glad you finally said something to Phillip. It kind of worries me the way you keep things bottled up.

Chance: Mom, I just don't see the point in talking to the man.

Nina: You will one day. He's your father.

Chance: Yeah, everyone keeps telling me that, which he just admitted, all right? But he's 20 years too late. (Sighs) You know what? I-I don't want to talk about this anymore, all right? I actually have to go do some shopping right now.

Chloe: You're shopping?

Chance: Yeah, for waders. I'm meeting Murphy later. We're leaving first thing tomorrow bright and early to go fishing for muskies. I mean, if you're wanting to join, you're more than welcome.

Chloe: Shopping or fishing?

Chance: (Sighs) Well, I meant shopping, but if you'd love to come fishing, I can call him right up and bring an extra case of worms.

Chloe: Ugh, no. No, I-I don't do worms. But, um, I think that you would look really cute in a pair of waders. Unfortunately, I have to go to a meeting, but how about another time?

Chance: (Chuckles) Yeah, another time. You'd look cute in waders. (Chuckles)

Chloe: (Chuckles) I know I would.

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: (Chuckles)

Jill: Thanks.

Paul: Sure.

Jill: So... now that we know I'm not the baby Katherine gave up for adoption, I want you to find her real child.

Paul: Well, I gotta tell you, Jill, I'm a little surprised. I mean, I've been watching you two battle it out for years.

Jill: Yeah, well, times change. People change.

Paul: Why not find your own birth mother?

Jill: I probably will one day. Right now... (Chuckles) I'm still trying to recover from this past year and everything I went through. I mean, losing Katherine, finding Katherine, finding out I wasn't related to her or Cane, and Phillip... (Scoffs) (Sighs)

Paul: So you need a break?

Jill: You think? (Chuckles)

Paul: And you already have two remarkable mothers in Liz and Katherine.

Jill: Yes, I don't think I could stand another. (Chuckles)

Paul: (Chuckles)

Jill: The odds are, Katherine probably has less time for closure than I do, and it would mean the world to her to find her daughter.

Paul: Well, I don't think I've heard the whole story. Why don't you tell me what happened?

Jill: Okay, well, it happened during the time that Katherine was separated from Brock's father, okay? And she had an affair. She got pregnant. Times were different then.

Paul: Yeah, very different.

Jill: She was afraid of the public scandal. I mean, her social standing in Genoa City would have been over. So she had one of her drinking buddies, Charlotte Ramsey, take the baby and drop her off at the hospital. And then Charlotte put her own name on the birth certificate to protect Katherine's reputation.

Paul: Mm-hmm. Is Charlotte Ramsey still alive?

Jill: Well, last time I saw her was when she told Katherine this story, and then she took off. That was about six or seven years ago.

Paul: Mm. Well, I wonder if she's still in contact with Katherine.

Jill: I don't want Katherine to know anything about this, okay? I don't want her disappointed if it doesn't pan out.

Kay: Well, now, look at the two of you.

Paul: Hi. (Chuckles)

Kay: Thick as thieves.

Jill: (Chuckles)

Mac: Are you really gonna run the magazine from here?

Billy: You don't want our business?

Mac: It's not that.

Billy: (Sighs) Well, I--there's more space here than there is at my trailer.

Mac: There's gotta be some other office you can rent.

Billy: (Sighs) My lawyers are challenging Nick's eviction, and I don't want to pluck down a bunch of money if I'm just gonna walk right back into the place. Besides, we get free snacks here. Mm-hmm.

Mac: I wish that I could roll with the punches like you do.

Billy: Well, neither rain nor sleet nor evil Newman empire is gonna keep "Restless Style" down.

(Cell phone rings)

Billy: Oh, hold on. Billy Abbott. Hey, how are you? Well, yeah, it was radical. But, I mean, have you seen the circulation figures? We're flyin' off the stands. It's more bang for your buck. So what if Fenmore pulled their ads? It leaves more space for you. Look, I'll tell you what, I'm gonna give you a present. For Christmas, you're gonna get the issue. You're gonna get the back cover, same rate as normal-- you can't beat that. You don't want to be associated with what, success? Well, I'll tell you what, man, when you, uh, come back to your senses, and you want to get back in the hottest magazine out there, you just give me a call, okay? Well, same to you, buddy. Yeah. He'll be back. Uh, not a problem.

Mac: I'm sorry.

Billy: Why? You didn't do anything.

Mac: No, I know. But everyone's been yelling at you lately, including me, and I haven't been a very good girlfriend.

Billy: I'll let you make it up to me tonight, okay?

Mac: (Laughs)

Billy: (Growls)

Mac: Okay.

Billy: Mm.

Jack: I want to reallocate all "Restless Style" ad money into a holiday push in television and new media. No, all of it-- every penny. Yeah. Give me a new media plan when you have it. Thanks.

Emily: I was offered a job today out of the blue, a great job here in Genoa City.

Jack: Well, that was fast. I only made the phone call this morning.

Emily: Thank you... for sparing me from having to watch you act surprised. I didn't think you'd own up.

Jack: Oh, I think there are a lot of things about me that might surprise you.

Emily: You're used to throwing your money around, buying whatever you want, but not this time, Mr. Abbott. I'm not for sale.

Paul: Jill and I just ran into each other, and, uh...

Kay: Oh?

Jill: Yeah.

Paul: Decided to grab a bite.

Jill: Yeah, we were just catching up.

Paul: Talking about the kids.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Jill: You're welcome to join us.

Kay: Uh, no, no. No, um, uh, um, not this time. Um, Neil's getting more information on the deal we're looking into, so, um, I'm going to be meeting him at the office.

Jill: Oh, I should join you.

Kay: Oh, well, I thought you were busy getting a bite.

Jill: I-I can eat later. You don't mind, do you?

Paul: No, not at all. We can catch up, uh...

Jill: Great.

Paul: Another time.

Jill: Good to see you, Paul.

Paul: Good to see you, too.

Jill: Bye.

Paul: Katherine.

Kay: Paul. Mm-hmm.

Jill: Bye.

Lily: All right, come on.

Cane: So you know I'm gonna have to buy you one of those aprons like Mabel was wearing in that cookbook of yours now, right?

Lily: Well, I already have the pearls, so...

Cane: Mm.

Lily: (Laughs) What?

Cane: I'm just imagining you wearing just the apron and the pearls.

Lily: Uh, wow, so you like that whole '50s fantasy thing, don't you?

Cane: (Sighs) I don't know. Maybe I just like to be the "King of the castle."

Lily: (Chuckles) Okay, well, "King," your finger, your majesty?

Cane: Mm.

Lily: Thank you. Wow. Well, you are a dangerous man with a potato peeler.

Cane: Shh. (Whispers) Don't let word of that spread around.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: So now you've cooked enough food for a whole army. Uh, why don't we ask Devon and Roxy to come over for dinner, as well?

Lily: Uh, actually, they're on their way out of town to a concert. Devon just texted me, so... (Sighs)

Cane: You okay?

Lily: Uh, yeah, I'm fine.

Cane: Come here. Sweetheart, you're warm.

Lily: (Scoffs) Well, in case you haven't noticed, your wife has been slaving over a hot stove all day, okay? Or maybe being close to you just heats me up.

Cane: (Chuckles)

Jack: You know what? Maybe you're right. Maybe this isn't the job for you. In my conversations with Dean Lambert, he made it clear they were looking for someone who was, uh, nonjudgmental, open-minded, someone who believed that people could grow and change, and judging from your preconceived and, uh, irreversible attitude towards me, I'd say maybe you're right. Maybe this isn't the job for you.

Emily: You're not really trying reverse psychology on me?

Jack: I'm not playing games at all with you, Dr. Peterson. You're right about me in one respect-- I do feel partially responsible for what happened to Patty. I never meant her harm. But it's clear to me now I damaged her in ways I never imagined back then. I was young and selfish and stupid. And my thoughtless actions cut very deep.

Emily: Well, I'm really glad to hear you say that.

Jack: Regardless of what you think, I care a great deal what happens to Patty, and I happen to think you can help her in ways no one else can. And if you have a problem with my doing everything I can to see that that happens, too bad.

Neil: So I put out a few feelers to investment bankers. The response to Chancellor Industries going public was overwhelmingly positive.

Jill: Well, of course it is. I mean, Chancellor Industries is solid. It's well-performing, diversified. We have a tremendous track record.

Neil: They are chomping at the bit at the thought of buying Chancellor stock.

Kay: Well, let's hope they can keep their mouths shut, because I would really like to keep this under wraps as--as long as possible.

Neil: Well, you won't be able to keep it a secret very long. Word's gonna leak out once the S.E.C paperwork is filed. Investors will be lined up.

Jill: Yes, and Jack Abbott will be first in line.

Neil: There is no doubt in my mind that Jack will buy as many shares as he can to regain control of Jabot.

Kay: We cannot, I repeat, we cannot underestimate how shrewd Jack is.

Emily: I won't be manipulated by you, regardless of your motives.

Jack: How am I manipulating you? I recommended you for a job.

Emily: A newly created division at the university.

Jack: You flatter me, Doctor. I got all that accomplished in one morning? If you had bothered to ask Dean Lambert, he would have told you the Abbott foundation donated that money months ago. I merely made a phone call this morning.

Emily: And Dean Lambert couldn't say no.

Jack: And now we're questioning the veracity of the dean of the psychiatric school at G.C.U. Listen to me. I have nothing to do with who they hire. Your area of expertise is out of my league. They offered you a job because of your qualifications. Now perhaps you're not as confident in your qualifications as you pretend to be.

Emily: Okay, another armchair analyst. Uh, leave the diagnosis to the--

Jack: Okay, before you go, let me ask one question.

Emily: Okay.

Jack: Before you knew I was involved, were you interested in the job?

Emily: Yes.

Jack: Why?

Emily: It would allow me to teach, finish my book, and--as well as see and counsel my patients.

Jack: Including Patty.

Emily: Including Patty.

Jack: Dr. Peterson, you and I want the same thing-- for Patty to get the help she desperately needs.

Emily: She's getting what she needs at the psychiatric hospital.

Jack: I am not knocking the team of doctors that are treating her right now. I keep asking myself this question-- why would Patty alter her appearance, do a complete makeover, to look exactly like you if she wasn't impressed as hell with you? I think you can get through to her in a way no one else can. And I think you need to ask yourself one question-- is it worth turning down this great opportunity just because you have a low opinion of me?

Emily: (Sighs)

Billy: I realize it must be a little odd for some of you getting a boss and losing an office.

Chloe: Yeah, now my desk is a beer-soaked bar table. It's so fun. (Chuckles)

Billy: (Chuckles) Things could be worse. This magazine has not folded. On the contrary, our last issue, this issue, has broken all sales records. So forget about puppies and purses. We're gonna find the "Miss" in "Miscreant." We're going after the young and the depraved. We're not nine-to-five people, people. We're five-to-close people, and, hell, yes, we're publishing "Restless Style" in a bar, and we're gonna be successful at it.

(Magazine thuds)

Chloe: And for those of you who don't know Billy, if anyone can pull it off, he can.

Billy: And she's not just saying that because she's the mother of my daughter.

Chloe: No, more like in spite of it.

Billy: (Chuckles sarcastically) All right, get up. Let's get going. Let's find the next big scoop and set the bar high. We don't want to disappoint our readers, all right, guys? Let's go. And, you...

Chloe: Yeah?

Billy: (Clears throat) Keep your eye open for a possible location shoot, because we don't have a studio anymore.

Chloe: Hey, you know what? I actually got an idea right off the top of my head. How about couture models in waders fishing for bare-chested hunks?

Billy: I love it? I--yeah, I love it.

Mac: What about what we talked about-- using the magazine for something positive?

Billy: Well, let's hear her out.

Mac: Well, I mean, it's the holiday season, right? It's the time for giving, so why not profile an everyday person?

Chloe: What do you mean? Like--like Jack and the Abbott foundation? Boring.

Mac: More like an everyday hero, just a regular person-- not someone famous who donates their family's money. Someone who goes above and beyond, like that, uh, 19-year-old girl who gave up her college education so that her siblings wouldn't have to go into foster care.

Chloe: Yeah, okay, so, like, a quarter-page, little column, something like that.

Billy: No, forget that.

Mac: Right, uh, I don't know why I said anything.

Billy: Actually, I think we should base the entire holiday issue around that idea.

Mac: You do?

Billy: Yes, I do. You find me an everyday hero, and I will put him on the cover.

Chloe: (Chuckles) Wait, excuse me. The cover? Really, the cover?

Billy: Yes, it was a great idea.

Harry: Hey, cupcake. Glad to see me?

Lily: (Chuckles) Hi, Harry.

Cane: How's it going, Harry?

Harry: My numbers are good. I'm almost done with chemo, and the doctor thinks there's a good chance of my beating it.

Cane: That's great. That's great.

Lily: Well, I'm very happy for you.

Anita: Ooh.

Cane: Hey, hey, hey.

Harry: They always swoon around me.

Anita: Let's get you to a chair.

Lily: Okay. (Sighs) I've just been, um, feeling a little weak.

Anita: Any other symptoms?

Lily: Um, I had some stomach cramps, but I just figured it was 'cause I was dreading the chemo.

Anita: You're warm.

Cane: Yeah, she's been overdoing it today.

Anita: There you go. Oh, 103.5. I'm calling your doctor.

Lily: (Sighs) Cane.

Cane: Hey, hey, hey. It's gonna be okay. It's just part of the deal, all right? The doctor's gonna know what to do, okay?

Nina: (Laughs) Well, I'm just-- I'm glad you could make it. I, um, I have some advice I want to ask of you. Chance is the kind of person who keeps his feelings inside.

Paul: Well, he's a military guy. That's not surprising. He's a "Man's man."

Nina: Yeah, I know, and you should see him with his father. He's very withdrawn. He's very polite.

Paul: But very angry underneath it all.

Nina: Can you blame him?

Paul: Finding out his father's alive after all these years? Not really.

Nina: And chose to walk away when he was a baby. Well, Chance hasn't shown any emotion... until today.

Paul: What happened?

Nina: He just blew up at Phillip finally.

Paul: So Chance let him have it?

Nina: Yeah.

Paul: Wow.

Nina: So I-I wanted to ask you-- you didn't have a relationship with Heather until she was an adult, and just, you know, what was that like for you?

Paul: (Sighs) It's challenging. Um, you know, just because I wanted to connect with her didn't mean that she wanted the same thing from me.

Nina: Yeah, but you turned it around, right?

Paul: Well, turning, working on it. It's still kinda rocky. Look, I thought I was doing the right thing when I walked away when she was a kid. I mean, she had a man that she thought was her father.

Nina: Right.

Paul: And I convinced myself it was for the best. But I-I tell you, it's the biggest mistake I ever made. And Heather felt abandoned, and to some degree, she still feels abandoned.

Nina: Yeah, like Chance does with Phillip.

Paul: So what I try and do now is just be there for her when she lets me.

Nina: Yeah. It's that I want Chance to know his father, you know?

Paul: He will. Just don't expect too much too fast.

Nina: (Sighs) I'm afraid that Phillip is gonna walk out on him again.

Paul: I know. But as much as we want to protect our kids--

Nina: I know. I know. You're right.

Paul: And if you're that worried about it, you know, maybe you should talk to Phillip.

Nina: Yeah, I will. It's just that I can't bear the thought of Chance being hurt one more time.

Chloe: Oh, come on. Don't you remember? We went to that, uh, dumpster pool party?

Billy: Oh, yeah. The one you made me go to in Brooklyn?

Chloe: Yeah, what do you mean? It was swimming under the stars. It was fun.

Billy: In dumpsters.

Chloe: Well, they were clean.

Billy: (Laughs) What is wrong with you?

Chloe: Okay, now you're dirty.

Billy: I'm dirty? (Clears throat)

Chloe: That's what I said.

Mac: Perfect timing. Murphy called. I'm getting his favorite sandwiches ready for your trip.

Chance: Yeah, I told him I'd come by and pick them up.

Mac: Wait right here. I will see if they're ready.

Chance: Okay. Thanks.

Billy: (Chuckles)

Chloe: (Laughs) Oh, good times.

Billy: Yeah.

Chloe: Uh, okay, so, uh, call me.

Billy: Yeah, I'll call you.

Chloe: Mm.

Chance: (Chuckles)

Chloe: Hi.

Chance: Hi. I thought you had a meeting.

Chloe: I did. Oh, we--we just had one. The entire "Restless Style" staff was just here a few minutes ago. What, you don't believe me?

Chance: I-I know what I saw.

Chloe: (Sighs)

Mac: All set. Have fun.

Chance: Thank you. Appreciate that. See ya.

Chloe: See ya.

Kay: Well, thank you, Mitchell. Uh, we'll be in touch. All right, for now, we will work on the S.E.C. paperwork out of Mitchell Sherman's office. That is to be away from all those prying eyes.

Neil: All right, I'll gather the pertinent information myself.

Kay: Yep.

Neil: I'll get together with them as soon as possible.

Kay: Okay.

Jill: Do you need any help on that?

Neil: Actually, yeah, I do. Would you mind working on these?

Jill: Absolutely.

Neil: Thank you. I appreciate it.

(Cell phone rings)

Neil: Excuse me.


Neil: Hey, uh, Cane, listen, um, I'm gonna be a little late, uh, for dinner.

Cane: (Sighs) Neil, Lily's being admitted to the hospital.

Neil: What happened?

Cane: Uh, she has a fever. The doctors think she may have some sort of infection.

Neil: I'm on my way.

Lily: Cane.

Cane: I'm here, baby. I'm right here.

Lily: Will you please just stay with me?

Cane: I'm right here, Sweetheart.

Emily: If you'll excuse me, I need to take this. Hello? Speaking. Yes, Dean Lambert. I have been thinking about it. It is a generous offer. Uh, I-it's not that simple.

Billy: Hey, J-Jack, you gotta get out of here. You gotta go.

Jack: What is this?

Billy: You got--no, you gotta go. You gotta get out of here.

Jack: Okay, I-I don't want to play any games with you, okay? I told you, I'm done with you.

Billy: Would you just listen to me? Would you shut up? We have to get out of here before she sees you.

Jack: Billy, I'm not playing games. Back off!

Billy: Jack, I'm trying to help you. Come on! I'm trying to help you out.

Chance: Hey, guys, everything okay here? What's going on?

Billy: Yo, Patty Williams is here. I don't know if she escaped or what, but do you have your gun, man?

Jack: Okay, it's not what you think, okay?

Billy: Dude, I just saw her. Hey, yo, back off. I'm serious.

Chance: Patty Williams, you're under arrest.

Jack: It's not Patty.

Billy: What do you mean, "It’s not Patty"? The hell it isn't. She's right there.

(Cell phone rings)

Nina: Eh.

Paul: (Chuckles) So who don't you want to talk to?

Nina: My agent. I'll call him back.

Paul: Your agent? What, are you going Hollywood on me?

Nina: (Laughs) Oh, if I had gone Hollywood on you, I would have answered that and made sure everybody heard it.

Paul: (Chuckles) Yeah, I suppose so. So, uh, how is the screenplay coming?

Nina: Well, that's why I didn't want to talk to my agent. (Laughs) First words out of his mouth will be, "Where are my pages? I want to see pages." I just don't want to talk to him about it right now.

Paul: Well, it's a great story. I mean, it's got everything. It's got drama, romance, mystery.

Nina: I know. Katherine's book is a very hot property right now. Everybody's interested in her story.

Paul: It keeps getting more interesting. "Phillip coming back from the dead." I mean, isn't that what hit movies are made out of?

Nina: I know. I mean, I-I would jump at this story normally, but, I mean, when it's the people that you know and love, it's a little different. How can I just put their pain and struggle out there for everyone to see?

Paul: Well, if you don't, someone else might, and they may not be so kind.

Nina: I know, but they don't have the rights to Katherine's book.

Paul: Yeah. There are ways around that, too.

Nina: (Laughs)

Paul: You wouldn't happen to remember "Citizen Kane," would you?

Nina: (Laughs) I know. I know. I just--I gotta find a way to structure it, to present it without hurting anybody. You know, I was thinking, now that we know that Jill isn't the daughter that Katherine gave up, I was thinking about structuring it in that way. I mean, there's an heir to the Chancellor fortune out there somewhere. What do you think about that?

Paul: Hmm. Interesting.

Nina: Yeah, I thought so, too.

Chance: That was the psych hospital. Patty Williams is still locked in her cell.

Jack: Thank you, detective.

Chance: Sure thing. Sorry about the mix-up there.

Emily: No problem.

Chance: Okay, excuse me.

Billy: So Patty's the evil twin?

Emily: Not biologically, and I wouldn't call her "Evil." She's mentally ill.

Billy: Yeah, one sick puppy.

Jack: Dr. Emily Peterson, this is my brother Billy Abbott.

Billy: Hi.

Emily: Oh, you're the one responsible for exploiting Patty in the magazine article.

Billy: Yeah, well, I just print the truth. Is that why you didn't want me to publish that article? Because of the... (Clears throat)

Jack: Don't let us keep you. I'm sure you've got other backs to stab.

Billy: (Sighs) Hmm. It's a little freaky, isn't it?

Chance: It's one for the books, yeah.

Billy: Yeah.

(Cell phone rings)

Billy: Hold on.

Chance: Yeah, sure.

Billy: Excuse me, excuse me. Billy Abbott. Oh, yeah, what's up? Oh, I would love to meet the new advertisers. No, not--not at Jimmy's. That's--that's just for staff meetings. Uh, could we book a conference room in the Athletic Club? Yes, okay. Thank you. I appreciate it. Bye.

Chance: Billy, you're, uh, you're working out of the bar?

Billy: Yeah, temporarily. We actually just had our first staff meeting there, so...

Chance: Um, good. Good luck to you.

Billy: Thank you.

Chance: You're welcome.

Billy: See you.

Chance: Yeah.

Billy: (Clears throat)

Chance: (Sighs) (Sighs)

(Cell phone buttons clicking)

Chance: Chloe, hey, it's chance. Um... I owe you a huge apology. (Chuckles) Can you just give me a call back? Great. Bye. (Chuckles)

Chloe: Excuse me. Hi.

Paul: Hi.

Chloe: I just wanted to say that I think, uh, what happened today with Chance and his dad was really great.

Nina: Do I look like I want to talk to you about it?

Chloe: Uh, okay, well, whether you like it or not, we're gonna be friends.

Nina: The only thing that you're interested in is his name and the money that goes with it.

Chloe: Okay, you clearly do not understand me at all.

Nina: Oh, I'm sorry. Was I misinformed about how you lied to Cane about your baby? How you tricked him into marrying you when you thought he was a Chancellor?

Chloe: Like you did with Phillip? And didn't you change? You see, you're giving me all this crap, and I really think that you're actually dissing your own son. I think that you should give him a little bit more credit than that.

(Cell phone rings)

Chloe: Oh, excuse me. I have to go. Nice seeing you, Paul.

Paul: You, too.

Chloe: Have a nice day. Hello?

Nina: Can you believe her?

Lily: (Shivers)

Cane: (Whispers) Hey.

Neil: Hi. I'm so sorry. I would have gotten here sooner, but they gave me the wrong room. Baby, are you okay?

Lily: They won't let me do my treatment today.

Cane: They want to cure the infection first.

Anita: I'll be back in a little while. Get some rest.

Cane: Okay. All right.

Lily: (Sighs)

Neil: Okay, so, come on, Doctor, what can you tell us?

Dr. Kershaw: Lily over responded to her chemotherapy. Her white cell count is low. Her immune system's compromised.

Neil: What about antibiotics?

Dr. Kershaw: Well, the ones that are normally effective are failing.

Lily: So if my temperature goes up, I could die, right?

Cane: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Don't say that. They're gonna find medication for you that's gonna work, okay?

Lily: (Shivering)

Neil: (Whispering) How serious is this?

Dr. Kershaw: We have to bring her fever down.

Nina: Why the big smile?

Paul: I was just, um, reacting to the irony.

Nina: Of what?

Paul: Well, that conversation you just had with Chloe, um, from what I remember, it sounded a lot like the conversations you used to have with Jill.

Nina: I am not like Jill.

Paul: Isn't it true that Jill never thought that your feelings for Phillip were real? Even though there were other people who knew how much you loved him?

Nina: Chloe is in love with Billy.

Paul: Maybe that's just what you want to see. I think she likes Chance.

Nina: Bite your tongue.

Chloe: I hear the crime rate has plummeted since a certain someone has joined the police force.

Chance: (Sighs) Tanks for coming.

Chloe: Mm-hmm. Well, you know, an apology over the phone isn't half as much fun as it is in person, so...

Chance: (Chuckles) I was wrong.

Chloe: I'm sorry. I couldn't really hear that. Can I hear it one more time?

Chance: Okay, I was wrong. You were telling the truth about having the meeting at Jimmy's.

Chloe: Mm. Well, I knew you would figure it out. I mean, you wouldn't be much of a detective if you didn't, right?

Chance: (Chuckles) So now you're questioning my detective skills, are you?

Chloe: Mm.

Jack: My brother sometimes acts without thinking.

Emily: Tell me, is it true that you didn't want him to write the article about Patty?

Jack: Would that matter?

Emily: It might.

Jack: I'm sorry you were mistaken for Patty. That couldn't have been easy.

Emily: I think I'm gonna have to get used to it since I'm staying in town.

Jack: Wait, you took the job?

Emily: Mm-hmm.

Billy: It's crazy. If you put the two of 'em next to each other, you wouldn't be able to tell them apart.

Mac: So Emily was Patty's doctor?

Billy: Yeah. It's crazy, don't you think? To get your face all cut up to look like your shrink?

Mac: She wanted to emulate someone she looked up to.

Billy: (Silly voice) Well, thank you, Dr. Browning.

Mac: It's sad.

Billy: (Normal voice) It's creepy.

Mac: Okay, it's creepy. What did Jack say when-- what was his reaction?

Billy: Well, he just shrugged it off like it was no big deal.

Mac: Even though you were trying to protect him?

Billy: (Sighs) Well, that is the last time I'm gonna try to do that again. Ah.

Mac: You are a bad liar. You know that?

Billy: I'm not quite sure if that's a compliment or not.

Mac: You try to act like you don't care, but I know Jack's approval is important to you.

Billy: (Funny accent) No, it doesn't. It does not. It does not.

Mac: Oh, stop. Stop trying to act like you're all Hunter S. Thompson gonzo cool. "Forget my family. I run my magazine out of a bar. I'm cool."

Billy: (Chuckles) (Normal voice) I have a magazine to run. I gotta get the troops motivated.

Mac: That is fine for the troops, but you don't have to pretend for me. I'm on your side.

Billy: Well, then I'm a lucky man.

Mac: Well, I'm pretty lucky, too.

Billy: Oh, yeah?

Mac: Yeah.

Billy: Oh, yeah?

Mac: Mm-hmm.

Billy: Uh-huh. Mm.

Lily: (Sighs) It needs more onions.

Cane: What does, Sweetie?

Lily: (Sighs) (Shivers) Cane, will you turn the temperature down on the crock-pot?

Cane: Sure. You got it.

Lily: (Shivering) We should invite Dad to dinner.

Neil: I'm here. I'm right here, Honey.

Lily: So you'll stay?

Neil: I'm not going anywhere.

Anita: Her temperature's still going up.

Cane: There's gotta be something you can do.

Dr. Kershaw: The lab results will determine an effective antibiotic.

Lily: (Sighs) Hey, Cane? (Sighs) Is my fever down?

Cane: No, not yet, baby. They're working on it. They're trying to find the meds that'll make you better, okay?

Lily: I'm sorry I didn't get to cook you a nice dinner.

Cane: Oh. You don't have to be sorry. You cooked me a nice dinner. We're gonna have it tomorrow.

Lily: (Sighs) No, it'll be mush by then.

Cane: But I like mush. I grew up on mush.

Lily: (Shivering) Come here.

Jill: Neil should be at the hospital by now.

Kay: Jill, he will call when he has any news.

Jill: You know, it's not just Lily that I'm worried about. This is a lot for Cane to shoulder.

Kay: Well, you're concerned, as any mother would be.

Jill: I do feel like his mother.

Kay: You don't have to be blood to be family.

Jill: No, you don't.

Kay: Well, now, one of the best things that's happened to me this past year, besides Murphy...

Jill: (Chuckles)

Kay: You and me. No matter how many times you infuriated me--

Jill: And you me.

Kay: Well, that's because we're part of each other's lives.

Jill: Guess I'm stuck with you, huh?

Kay: Yes, I guess you are. And, uh, the way you want to support Cane, I hope you know that you can rely on me... always.

Jill: Thank you.

Kay: (Chuckles)

(Cell phone rings)

Jill: Ah. Oh, it's Neil. Yes, Neil, how's Lily?

Neil: Jill, it's bad. She's got an infection that's getting worse, and her temperature is spiking. Cane needs you.

Cane: (Sighs) (Sobbing)

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

Ashley: Are you attempting a takeover? Because I'm not interested.

Jack: Do this--get as many shares of this company.

Chloe: Divorce papers.

Billy: Are they signed?

Chloe: Not yet.

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