Y&R Transcript Monday 11/9/09 -- Canada; Tuesday 11/10/09 -- USA
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Billy: I come in peace. All right, look, now that we've both slept on it, there's no reason we should be fighting about you having Cane and Lily's kid. That's just--
Billy: Hey, yo. Oh, okay. Hi. Okay! (Laughs)
Mac: That is the last thing we should be fighting about right now.
Billy: I knew, I knew, I knew, I knew you would see how insane that idea was.
Mac: You're--I-- you're, uh, you're not here to apologize?
Billy: Why-- why would I apologize? There's nothing-- you're still thinking about doing it, aren't you? Fine.
Mac: Where are you going?
Billy: I am going to go make a pot of coffee, because if I have to stay here all night long, I'm gonna make you see just how crazy that idea is. Just... (Grunts)
Phillip: We're at the hospital, huh? Yeah. He awake?
Nina: I--he opened his eyes for a few seconds a couple times, but then fell back to sleep.
Phillip: The doctor said that he might not be totally lucid until morning.
Nina: Yeah, and he also said that the first 24 hours is critical.
Phillip: She's been here all night.
Nina: Yeah. Well, so have you. It means a lot to me. And it's gonna mean everything to our son.
Chloe: That's some good night's sleep you're getting there, soldier. You know, I haven't had one of those in, wow, since Delia's been born. You know, she's here. She's here. She missed you this morning at breakfast. (Sighs) You know, this isn't fair. (Groans) This isn't fair. You can't get underneath my skin like this and then check out on me. It isn't fair.
Chance: I'm getting under your skin, am I?
Chloe: Hey. Hi. Good morning.
Chloe: Hi. (Laughs)
Chance: I would have woken up sooner if you'd said that hours ago.
Chloe: (Laughs) Hi.
Michael: It's nice to see you across the table for a change.
Lauren: (Laughs) I was beginning to forget what you looked like.
Eden: You guys act like I'm never home.
Michael: You're usually running out the door grabbing a bagel.
Eden: You should talk.
Lauren: Oh! She's right.
Eden: Besides, morning's when Noah and I study.
Noah: You mean, when you help me study.
Eden: I couldn't have aced that Calculus midterm without you.
Michael: It sounds like you're a good influence on each other.
Eden: Despite earlier predictions of doom?
Noah: Mostly from my mom who--who still feels bad about that.
Lauren: How is your mom? You two settling in?
Noah: You mean, now that we've stopped sleeping in hospital waiting rooms?
Michael: Hmm. Yes. It does seem like your family's spent a great deal of time at Memorial during the last year.
Noah: Mm. Hopefully, that's all over now, with Grandpa on the mend and Summer starting to show signs of improvement. But I don't think we'll ever really be past what happened to Grandpa and Colleen. But I do feel like my family's in a semi-good place right now.
Eden: Most of your family. (Sighs)
Ashley: Abby... you're grounded. Have you forgotten?
Abby: I was just gonna go study with Noah and Eden at the coffeehouse.
Ashley: Honey, the only place you're going after my parent/teacher conference is to school. Noah and Eden can come here to study.
Ashley: (Sighs) So after my meeting with your teacher, I've got to stop by Jabot and pick up a few things. And Adam's not gonna be home until late tonight, because he's out of town on business. Honey, don't get any ideas, okay? The staff knows to call me if you try to leave.
Abby: You're the one who's always saying that we need to learn to stand on our own two feet, not let anyone tell us how to live our lives. That means you, too, Mom.
Ashley: I love you, Honey. Have a nice day.
Daniel: Well, I just signed the marriage license, so I guess there's no turning back now.
Kevin: (Laughs) Were you considering it?
Daniel: No. Hey... (Laughs) No, I'm just happy to have crossed something off of a very long to-do list.
Amber: Did you sign?
Daniel: Yes, it's done.
Amber: (Squeals) 1 down, 1,000 to go. Mm.
Daniel: 1,000? Really? Awesome.
Amber: Yes-- flowers, cake, clothes, guest list, music.
Daniel: Okay. Okay. Slow down.
(Cell phone rings)
Amber: Oh, it must be the dove wrangler. (Gasps, squeals)
Daniel: Can you get me out of here?
Kevin: (Laughs) Dude, do you think I wanted to get married in an ashram?
Kevin: I didn't. But what I learned is that the wedding day is all about the bride. We're just there to say "I do" and dance the first dance.
Daniel: You got to be kidding me.
Kevin: No, it's true. Ask any groom.
Daniel: No, I can't believe that guy's still working here.
Kevin: "That guy" is my brother, and he's trying to start his life over.
Daniel: He almost cost me mine. You keep on giving him a break, it's only a matter of time before he ruins yours.
Nina: Hey, how's the patient?
Chance: Feeling better than last night.
Nina: No more playing hero, okay?
Chance: Yeah. (Groans)
Nina: Oh, don't hurt yourself.
Chance: (Groans) Mom, I served three tours in Iraq, okay? I think I can take some punk... (Groans) With a butter knife. (Inhales sharply)
Chloe: (Inhales sharply)
Nina: Yeah, well, that "Punk" put you in the hospital.
Chloe: Oh, I know.
Chance: (Sighs) Shh.
Nina: The doctor wants to do some more tests. The nurse is gonna come in to prep you, okay?
Chloe: I think, uh, we'll get out of here for that part, right?
Chance: Hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey.
Chance: You're coming back, right?
Chloe: Yeah. You can't get rid of me now...
Phillip: Hi, Baby.
Chloe: (Making kissing noises) Check you later. (Speaking baby talk)
Phillip: I'll be back. (Clears throat)
Chance: (Sighs) I can't believe he's still here.
Nina: He didn't leave your side.
Chance: Neither did Chloe.
Nina: I'm so glad you're all right. I don't know what I would do if I lost you.
Ashley: Hi, Mrs. McGuire.
Mrs. McGuire: (Sighs) Nice to see you, Mrs. Newman.
Ashley: Uh, actually, it's Ms. Abbott again.
Mrs. McGuire: Oh, I see.
Mrs. McGuire: I knew that Mr. Newman was recovering from heart surgery, but I didn't realize... oh, well, that-- that certainly explains a lot. Please, have a seat.
Ashley: Thank you. I'm sure Abby's schoolwork is reflecting what's going on at home. You know, she lost her adoptive father and, unfortunately, her older sister, and now her parents are divorcing. She's had a very difficult year.
Mrs. McGuire: Clearly. And while it's normal for a student's grades to slip during stressful times, I'm concerned Abby's backsliding at an alarming rate.
Ashley: Really? I mean, it's--it's that dire?
Mrs. McGuire: Frankly, it is. She has made no effort to finish the work that she missed when her father was in the hospital. When she's not daydreaming in class, she's picking fights with her fellow students or even me. She's also been skipping class.
Ashley: Well, she is a teenager. I mean, I'm not trying to excuse her behavior, believe me...
Mrs. McGuire: (Sighs)
Ashley: But isn't that kind of par for the course? I mean, really?
Mrs. McGuire: Maybe. But if Abby doesn't bring up her grades by next week's midterm, she could fail the entire semester, and I would hate to see her hit rock bottom like that.
Ashley: You know, it--it's just, um, you're making her sound like she's some kind of a drug addict dropout.
Mrs. McGuire: (Sighs) I realize that this isn't easy to hear.
Ashley: And I'm not sure it's--it's necessary. I mean, I think Abby needs somebody who supports her and not someone who's expecting the worst from her.
Mrs. McGuire: I am trying to be realistic.
Ashley: Well, this is not my reality, and it's not my daughter's. Thank you very much. I'll take it from here.
Mrs. McGuire: (Sighs)
Amber: After the doves fly in, that's when the orchestra's gonna play "When a man loves a woman." Hmm? (Squeals)
Abby: Oh, you guys are planning your wedding?
Daisy: I bet you'll wear something daring like red or black.
Amber: Oh, no. Been there, done that. It is white all the way. Hmm.
Abby: Have you picked out your bridesmaid colors yet?
Eden: Hey, we gonna do this, or what?
Abby: (Sighs) I'd better go before the hall monitor busts me.
Daisy: Me, too.
Amber: So here. Let me show you. Look. See? Help me pick this.
Noah: (Sighs) I told you she would show up to study.
Abby: (Laughs) Oh, well, who said I was gonna study?
Eden: Do you even want to graduate?
Abby: I'm not living for that moment like some people. (Scoffs)
Noah: Well, you can't get grounded again. Otherwise, you won't be able to say yes when Kyle Wilkens asks you out.
Daisy: Oh, my God. He's, like, one of the hottest guys at Walnut Grove.
Abby: I am so over high school boys. I want somebody older and more worldly.
Ryder: (Sighs) He wants me gone, doesn't he?
Ryder: Your friend Daniel. Every time I see him, I want to disappear.
Kevin: Just let it go.
Ryder: Look, how can I when it puts you in the awkward position of having to choose between your best friend and--and the brother you never even knew you had.
Kevin: Don't sweat it. I've spent most of my life in awkward positions.
Michael: Morning, gentlemen.
Kevin: Oh, good. It looks like he's in lawyer mode.
Michael: It's nothing bad. We have a trial date-- February 5th.
Kevin: That's great. That's great. And if we can verify your alibi by then, it may not even go to trial, right?
Ryder: Look, uh, on-- on second thought, I-I think I'd rather take my chances with the jury.
Kevin: (Scoffs) Why would you do that when you could just tell them where you were the night of the shooting?
Ryder: Look, just-- just leave it alone, okay?
Kevin: (Sighs) I know what you're thinking.
Michael: What? I didn't say a word.
Kevin: But you want to.
Michael: I promised you I would give him the benefit of the doubt.
Kevin: Even if you don't think he deserves it?
Noah: "Worldly" isn't exactly how I would describe a guy out on a bail.
Eden: For murder.
Abby: You guys don't even know if he's guilty.
Daisy: (Inhales sharply) You can do better. And what's wrong with high school boys, anyway, right, Eden?
Noah: We should probably get to school.
Daisy: You coming?
Abby: I'll catch up.
Daisy: Be careful.
Noah: Let's go.
Michael: Thank you.
Abby: Hey again. We didn't really get a chance to chat last time I was here, so... maybe we can now?
Michael: The truth? I don't think you should put your faith in someone who won't even tell you what their alibi is.
Kevin: Here we go again.
Michael: I get that you want to give him a chance. I did the same with River, and I got conned because I ignored the alarms going off.
Kevin: Who says I'm hearing alarms?
Michael: (Sighs) No. Give him a chance. Just be prepared it might not be the happy ending you and I had.
Kevin: (Sighs) if I just knew why he wouldn't tell me who his alibi is... well, obviously, you have a theory.
Michael: In my experience, it's either one of two things. He's protecting someone...
Kevin: Who? Uh, Tom's dead. It can't be Deacon. What would be the other reason?
Michael: He's guilty.
Billy: Okay. Come on down. Pull up a chair. I cannot wait to hear why you think it's a good idea to help out that con man.
Mac: This isn't just about Cane. It would be Lily's baby, too. Don't you want her to have something wonderful to look forward to when she comes out of chemo?
Billy: Absolutely. As long as that "Something wonderful" isn't carried by you for nine months.
Mac: So it's okay for you to buck the system and go after what you want, but when I want to do it--
Billy: Whoa, whoa, whoa. No, no, no, no. Buying a magazine is not the same as carrying somebody else's kid.
Mac: I told you, I need my life to mean something.
Billy: Well, join the Peace Corps. No, I'm serious. I can't sit around and watch you for nine months get huge and chase after weird food combinations at odd hours of the night knowing the whole time that you're doing it for a kid that's gonna be handed off to some "'Crocodile' Dundee" wannabe. No, no. You weren't here when Chloe was pregnant with a kid that he pretended to think was his, okay? You didn't have to watch that phony S.O.B. drool over the woman who was having my kid.
Mac: Yeah, but that's the thing-- this isn't gonna be your kid. That's what's bothering you, isn't it, that the first time I give birth, it's gonna be to a baby that isn't yours?
Billy: (Clears throat) Like an awful lot of stuff.
Lauren: Hey, you two.
Lauren: So what'd I miss?
Amber: (Singsong voice) Oh, the wedding is gonna be fabulous!
Daniel: My head's spinning. Yeah, yeah, you-- you tell her fabulous. Fabulous is code for "It's gonna cost a lot of money."
Amber: (Normal voice) No, it's not. No, it's not. I'm gonna design all my own dresses, and you said you could get me a really good deal on--on the materials.
Lauren: Of course.
Amber: And Mrs. C. said that--that she would lend me the mansion, you know, all--all the grounds. And--and since I still have friends in L.A. in the biz, the Kings of Leon are gonna play at our reception.
Lauren: Are you kidding?
Amber: (Squeals) Yeah!
Daniel: Wait, wh-what-- what about the deejay?
Amber: Well, can't I have both? Oh, oh, oh, oh, get this-- for the bang-up finish, what do you two think of this? Hang gliding off the roof of the Chancellor mansion?
Lauren: (Laughs) Oh, no way.
Amber: (Laughs) Okay, I know. I know.
Lauren: It's a little--
Amber: It sounds like a lot, but I just want it to be, like, something that screams "Daniel and Amber."
Daniel: Daniel and Amber will be screaming-- as we go off of that roof.
Amber: You know, maybe our forever means more to me than it does to you.
Lauren: You know, I'm gonna go call Eden's teacher. Good luck.
Abby: So when are you gonna give me your number?
Ryder: Hmm, we're back to this again.
Abby: That is unless you have a problem if the girl calls first.
Ryder: "The girl" meaning you?
Abby: (Scoffs) Who else?
Ryder: (Scoffs) Yeah.
Kevin: Um, the espresso machine you said you'd fix is still on the fritz.
Abby: Excuse me, I'm kind of talking here.
Kevin: Um, excuse me, Ryder's supposed to be working. And if I'm not mistaken, you're supposed to be in school.
Kevin: Dude, are you nuts? Your freedom's on the line, and you're flirting with jailbait?
Lauren: You did what?
Phillip: I thought your mom and Chloe would still be here.
Chance: Chloe went to go get more formula, and Mom-- Mom's probably grilling the doctor right now.
Phillip: I'll let you rest.
Chance: Phillip, you don't have to go.
Phillip: I should get the coffees to your mom before it gets too cold.
Chance: I'm not gonna bark at you again or--or bite your head off. I promise.
Phillip: Good to hear. I thought maybe you got stabbed on purpose to avoid the breakfast that we were supposed to have.
Chance: (Chuckles) (Moans) (Groans)
Chloe: Here you go.
Nina: You know, you don't have to stay. Yeah, Phillip and I are here in case Chance needs anything.
Chloe: What, are you afraid that I'm gonna seduce your son and rupture his spleen-- again?
Nina: I heard what you said to Katherine last night.
Nina: Maybe you do care. That doesn't mean you're over Billy.
Chloe: Well, I am, and I'm gonna prove it.
Phillip: Get a doctor! Doctor? Oh, good. Doctor!
Mac: I'm right, aren't I? You don't want to see me give birth to a baby that isn't yours? But that's the thing-- it wouldn't be mine, either. It's just a gift that I could give two people who were unbelievably kind to me when I first got back from Darfur.
Billy: I-I-I-I completely understand Lily. I do. Hell, I'd do it myself for her if I could, but not Cane, not the guy who conned my entire family, your grandmother.
Mac: Okay, maybe he did con a lot of people, but it's not like he ran off to Sydney with an inheritance that wasn't his. In fact, he refused to accept it.
Billy: Only because he knew he was about to get nailed.
Mac: I'm not changing my mind on this.
Billy: I'm gonna fall in love with it. I will fall in love with that baby because you're carrying it. And there's no way in hell that I'm gonna let a baby that I've fallen in love with be handed off to a guy that I can't stand to be in the same room with, because once was enough. You don't understand that, then I can't help you.
Ryder: Dude, will you chill? I was not flirting with that girl.
Kevin: All right, I'm sorry. Look, I just-- I know how much our father screwed me up when it comes to dealing with the opposite sex, okay? I pulled some crazy stuff off on girls who did not deserve it. But I was lucky. I had someone to show me how wrong I was.
Ryder: Wait, let me get this straight, so--so you're saying that because you acted like a jerk, you think I'll, what? Look, we may be blood, we're not twins, all right?
Kevin: Do you think he's doomed to make the same mistakes I made?
Kevin: Well, that's a switch.
Lauren: Not really. I mean, even if he's not interested in Abby doesn't mean that I've changed my mind about him. In my book, he's still a rat.
Phillip: (Exhales) (Shuddering)
Nina: Don't worry, okay? He was just low on painkillers. They had to hang another I.V. bag.
Phillip: If you would have seen him double over...
Nina: (Sighs) Yeah.
Phillip: Oh, I'm sorry. Of course you've seen him double over, or something like that, when he was a kid-- when he fell off a bike, when he got hit by a baseball. You--you're used to that. I'm not. It's--it's my fault.
Nina: I-I don't think you ever really get used to it. You just learn to cope without going completely out of your mind.
Phillip: What you said last night-- you were right-- that I always run.
Nina: I was upset. I just--
Phillip: With ev-- with every reason to be upset. When I came back, I just expected that you and Chance would let me in your little family, a family that I left hanging, hurting all those years ago. And then when Chance wasn't there with open arms, I just-- instead of giving him space so that he could get to know me, I-I started to complain about it. I complained to you, of all people.
Nina: I'm sure it wasn't easy on you, either.
Phillip: No. No, don't make any excuses for me. No, I had no right to expect a second chance. I should have known that this was something that I was gonna have to earn. And with everything that's going on, I don't even know if that's a possibility.
Chance: Look at you. Oh, you're so pretty. Guess what? Mommy finally admitted that I got under her skin. You know, it's about time she fessed up, huh? It took her long enough.
Chance: I've been trying and trying.
Chloe: Well, you know what? It's about time for this, too.
Chance: What's that? Hey.
Chloe: I wanted to bring this to you last night before that creep's knife got in the way. And Kay told me that I would get the chance, and I'm glad that I am. So... the divorce papers-- well, photocopies of the divorce papers-- but look right there. I finally signed it. I'm officially no longer Mrs. Billy Abbott.
Chance: I see that. Hey.
Chloe: Well, I didn't see what was in front of me. But I do now, and it's what I've always wanted. (Laughs)
Chance: Yeah, it's hard not to go for the guy who almost died, huh?
Chloe: Knife or no knife, you're it for me. (Laughs) You're it. (Whispering) Oh, shh. Don't look.
Michael: Okay, and now just sign this last page, and the deed to the ranch is yours.
Ashley: Thank you.
Ashley: So have things calmed down a little bit since Victor left?
Michael: Mm, even when he's not here, he's still here.
Ashley: Mm, tell that to my daughter.
Michael: Abby having trouble with the two of you separating?
Ashley: That's putting it mildly.
Michael: Well, if it helps, Eden has been snarky to me since the day she got here.
Ashley: I find that very hard to believe. When Noah was living here, he only had the nicest things to say about your relationship with Eden, and she spoke very highly of you.
Ashley: Yeah, really.
Michael: Huh. Still, it took her forever to crack a smile at the dinner table, let alone want to be there.
Ashley: You know what's really troubling me, though? Abby and I have always had a great relationship. It's only been recently that she's started to act out. I mean, I grounded her. I don't think its helping.
Michael: (Sighs) (Groans) Sometimes, Lauren tells me that shouting and putting my foot down is not the solution. Instead of, uh, making my point, I should try to listen to hers.
Abby: I thought you were going to Jabot.
Ashley: I got a call that you left the house.
Michael: All right, I am finished here.
Ashley: Thank you for your input, Michael.
Michael: Of course. I will call you. Hello, Abby.
Ashley: (Sighs) Why aren't you in school?
Abby: The only classes I'm missing are gym and study hall. It's no big deal.
Ashley: It's a very big deal.
Amber: I'll just, uh, I'll tell the Kings of Leon and the dove wrangler to just forget about it, and we will have a run-of-the-mill, "Do you?" "I do," "Kiss the bride," "Eat some cake" wedding.
Daniel: Look, I want everyone to know that we're forever, too, okay? I just don't think that we need to stage some kind of spectacle to prove our point.
Amber: Yeah, that's really easy for you to say. The entire town didn't just see you walk down the aisle dressed for a funeral about to say "I do" to someone you hated. I want this wedding, the wedding to the man I love and want to have ten kids with, to be polar opposite of that.
Daniel: "Ten kids"?
Amber: You know, look, I-I know I'm going a little bit over the top, but, well, the truth is, we've both said these vows before. And I just want everyone to know that this time, it's for keeps.
Daniel: Mm. In that case, you can have whatever you want.
Daniel: Come here.
Lauren: Okay, now this is more like it.
Lauren: Very good. And I just downloaded some dress designs that I want you to see...
Amber: Oh, oh, oh! Oh, no, no, no, no. Daniel can't see.
Lauren: All right. Well, then come with me.
Amber: Okay. Okay. Bye!
Kevin: Hey, we need to talk.
Daniel: Look, if it's about Ryder, I don't--
Kevin: They set his trial date.
Daniel: I don't care.
Kevin: Well, look, if his alibi is concrete, then you're gonna end up back in the defendant's seat. Yeah, which means either way, someone that I care about is gonna be on trial for murder.
Billy: Hey. How's he doing?
Nina: He's already doing better than expected.
Billy: Good. Um, is Delia here?
Phillip: Yeah. Chloe thought that she'd lift Chance's spirits.
Billy: Yeah? Well, I could use my spirits lifted, too.
Nina: They're in there.
Billy: Thank you, Ma'am.
Chloe: Ooh! Ooh! Ooh, ooh. (Giggling) Hey. Funny little girl, happy girl. Yeah, I know. Hi! (Making kissing sounds)
Ashley: I had an interesting conversation with Mrs. McGuire.
Abby: The woman hates me for no reason.
Ashley: Abby, she doesn't hate you. If anything, she's concerned, and so am I. Sit down for a second.
Ashley: Now look, I know it's been one thing after another lately. I want you to talk to me like you used to. I miss those days, Honey.
Abby: You mean, before you started locking yourself in the bedroom and crying all day?
Ashley: If you need to attack me to get things out, that's okay. You--
Abby: Can I just go?
Ashley: Abby, I want you-- I really want to help you with what you're going through, Honey.
Abby: I don't need help.
Ashley: Your teacher told me that if you don't pass your midterms, your whole future could be on the line.
Ashley: Abby, what's gotten into you? Tell me!
Abby: You're the one who's trying to be my friend instead of my mother.
Ashley: I love you! So does your father.
Abby: Which one? The one who's dead, or the one you drove out of the country?
Ashley: Why are you trying to hurt me this way?
Ashley: Abby, come back here and talk to me. Abby! (Sighs)
Eden: Thank you.
Michael: Aren't you supposed to be in school?
Noah: Eden left her backpack.
Eden: It's got all my notes in it for class.
Michael: I'll keep an eye out for it.
Eden: Thanks, Michael.
Michael: Sure, anything for my little sister.
Amber and Lauren: (Speaking indistinctly)
Lauren: Do you like that--
Amber: Hi! (Chuckles)
Lauren: Well... you just can't enough of me, can you?
Michael: Mm-hmm. You know it.
Lauren: Mm. Mm.
Michael: Actually, I'm back to meet with a potential client.
Michael: Oh, there she is.
Lauren: Hmm. Oh, Eden, I'm glad you're still here, because I just got off the phone with your teacher, and, um, we definitely need to talk.
Mac: Thank you. And thank you for meeting me on such short notice.
Michael: Well, your, uh, your message sounded a little urgent. Everything's okay with Katherine, I hope?
Mac: Yeah. No, she's fine. I just wanted to talk to you about surrogate motherhood.
Michael: Oh. All right. You and Billy have decided to hire a surrogate?
Mac: No, I want to be a surrogate. Uh, I just need to talk to you about the legalities involved.
Michael: Um, up front, it's a very difficult process. There are a ton of things you need to concern yourself with before you go ahead with it, the most important thing being your relationship with the parents that you are going to be acting as a surrogate for, and not to mention the people in your life who will be affected by all this.
Mac: They are already affected, believe me.
Michael: Hmm. Well, um, you'll need a support team in place before, uh, this all happens. And I'd be happy to sit down with whoever it is that's gonna take care of you through this.
Mac: Uh, there's no one. I'm doing this on my own.
Chloe: See? That was fun, wasn't it?
Billy: There you are. I hear you and Mommy are playing "Florence Nightingale."
Chloe: She got her sleep. I brought her from home this morning, right? (Whispers) Yeah!
Billy: Yeah? You actually left the hospital?
Chloe: (Sighs) (Normal voice) What do you want, Billy?
Billy: Uh, I-I just-- you know, I feel bad for Chance getting stabbed like he did. It's horrible.
Chloe: Well, he's doing really well.
Billy: Glad to hear that. (Silly voice) I'm glad to hear that. (Growls)
Chloe: So, um, is that it? 'Cause Chance was just in the middle of telling Delia war stories, right? (Giggles)
Billy: Isn't she a little young for war stories?
Chloe: Well, he's leaving out the gory details.
Billy: Yeah. You know, I just don't feel comfortable with my daughter--
Billy: I don't like my daughter being so comfortable with another guy.
Chloe: Well, you're always gonna be her father. And I think that you're gonna have to accept the fact that sooner or later, there may be a stepfather in the picture, just like I have to accept a stepmother. I'm not your wife anymore, Billy, not anymore. (Sighs)
Nina: Everything okay?
Chloe: Well, if it isn't, it's not my problem. How you doing, soldier?
Nina: He really needs his rest.
Nina: Hello, baby.
Chloe: Well, so does Delia. She needs a nap. But, um, we'll come back later, okay?
Chance: (Weakly) Okay.
Chloe: You want to say good-bye to Uncle Chance? (High-pitched voice) Say bye. Bye, Uncle Chance.
Nina: Now I know you're too old for me to tuck you in, but it's in "the parent's handbook." Whenever a child has a brush with death, Mom and Dad get to hover, right, Phillip?
Chance: He left again, didn't he?
Nina: He'll be back.
Lauren: So Ms. Mathieson said you argued for an entire hour on the real meaning of "The Bell Jar."
Eden: I just don't think that there's one way to interpret what Plath was trying to say.
Lauren: Okay. Um, but then what is the, "You want to abolish Columbus Day as an American holiday"? What--
Eden: Because technically, he didn't discover this country. At least I care, unlike some people.
Noah: Abby's just going through a rough time.
Eden: She's headed for trouble if she doesn't get it together.
Lauren: What has she done that's so bad?
Eden: For starters, she's hitting on Kevin's brother.
Eden: Noah already gave her the heads-up of him being accused of murder. Of course, that doesn't stop her from trying to hook up.
Lauren: You know what? I'll be back in a minute.
Daisy: (Slams hand on countertop) Stay away from her.
Daisy: Abby Carlton. Unless you want to see how guys found guilty of statutory rape are treated in the state pen.
Michael: Hey. Mwah! This is gonna take a little longer than I thought, but at least it's a paying client.
Lauren: That's so great, Honey.
Michael: You did hear what I said, right? It's not pro bono. Money, money, money.
Lauren: Do you remember when I told you about that new girl I just hired at the boutique?
Michael: Yeah, uh, a friend of Amber's?
Lauren: Right, right. Well, she just did something so impressive and unexpected.
Michael: You said you had a good feeling about her.
Lauren: Yeah. Yeah. And it's only getting better.
Daniel: If the guy won't tell you his alibi, it's probably because he doesn't have one, which means he's guilty.
Kevin: Not necessarily. He could be protecting someone.
Daniel: Like who?
Kevin: I don't know.
Ryder: Deacon and I were told that Kevin had access to the hiding place.
Kevin: What? You think I'm right?
Daniel: No. I think that if Ryder does somehow manage to slip away, there's not gonna be any "Happily ever after" for anyone.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Ashley: Could I talk to you a second?
Adam: Sure. Newman business?
Ashley: Something entirely different.
Michael: I think you're guilty, and you're lying about this alibi, or you're covering for someone.
Daniel: And I do have something that I gotta tell you.
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