Y&R Transcript Friday 11/20/09

Y&R Transcript Friday 11/20/09 -- Canada; Monday 11/23/09 -- U.S.A.


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(Cell phone rings)

Jack: Nick?

Nick: Hey, Jack, it's Nick. Listen, about the chancellor I.P.O. and us going in on it together, it's not gonna happen.

(Cell phone rings)

Nick: Hello?

Kay: Nicholas, Katherine here.

Nick: Well, hi, Katherine. Is everything okay?

Kay: Uh, yes. Fine. I, um, I'd like to see you. I just, uh, came from a meeting in the Founders room, and, um, I'd like to talk to you about a business matter, and I would rather we get it settled, uh, before the holiday. So if you could come and see me... um, uh, uh, dining room. Um, Athletic Club.

Nick: Uh, yeah. Let me, uh, just give me a few minutes. I'll be right there. Okay.

Phyllis: Uh, don't-- don't tell me you're going out.

Nick: (Sighs) Yeah, have to. It's, uh, it's work.

Phyllis: Oh. Is it a crisis?

Nick: No. I'm thinking more like an opportunity.

Phyllis: Yeah?

Nick: Yeah. I mean, I'm not certain, but I'll let you know when I get back.

Chance: This is about Billy, right? He's available again.

Chloe: Who cares? Not me.

Chance: Because from where I'm sitting, it looked like you cared a lot.

Chloe: How could you even say that?

Chance: It's because I saw the look in your eyes, Chloe. When Billy told you that he and Mac were breaking up because of this surrogacy thing, you lit up.

Chloe: No. That was surprise that you saw.

Chance: What about the cheerleading act you put on?

Chloe: I was not cheerleading. There wasn't any cheerleading going on.

Chance: "You're doing the right thing, Mac. We're behind you all the way." I mean, what was that? Chloe, don't sit here and tell me that you don't care, because I know you do.

Chloe: Well, you're right.

Billy: Thanks for coming out and, um, for the pep talk.

Ashley: Yeah, not so very peppy, huh?

Billy: Well, no, but it's what I needed to hear, right? I mean, there's no such thing as true love. It's just a sales gimmick to get you to buy flowers and candy and tickets to Sandra Bullock movies.

Ashley: (Scoffs) I didn't say that! I believe in happy endings. I just don't think that love all by itself will guarantee them. Look, I guess when you can reveal your darkest secrets and not hold your breath and not be afraid of the reaction you're gonna get, that's when you know you've found your soul mate, if there is such a thing. Billy?

Billy: That's just so beautiful. I mean, I've got this tear coming down my face.

Ashley: Okay, you turkey.

Billy: (Laughing) My bad then. Okay, I'm sorry. Don't hurt me.

Ashley: Speaking of turkeys, what are you doing tomorrow?

Billy: (Sighs) I was supposed to spend it with Mac, so I...

Ashley: Oh.

Billy: I guess, you know, I'll--I'll just work on the magazine, get some work done.

Ashley: On Thanksgiving? That's so sad.

Billy: Oh, don't worry about me. I always land on my feet. Besides, don't-- just don't worry. Just go see that beautiful baby of yours right now, okay?

Ashley: Mm-hmm. Okay.

Billy: Okay. Bye. Thank you.

Ashley: Yeah. (Sighs)

Sharon: Faith just was feeling left out. She wanted to know what was going on down here.

Adam: I told you you didn't have to check on her.

Sharon: Oh, well, she was crying before. Didn't you hear her?

Adam: No.

Sharon: Well, she's okay now, aren't you? She's so precious.

Adam: This was a bad idea.

Sharon: What?

Adam: Uh, you here and with the baby.

Sharon: It's no problem, really.

Adam: No. I-I shouldn't have put you in this position. Um, maybe we'll just take the baby upstairs and call it a night.

Sharon: All right.

Faith: (Coos)

Adam: (Sighs)

Chloe: Of course I care that Billy and Mac broke up. They steamrolled me, and I was supposed to just deal with it. You know, they have this perfect, historic love affair. You know, gag me. So yeah, I'm happy that they crashed and burned...

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: All right? I'm really happy, and if it makes me small, then fine. I'm small.

Chance: You know what? I think this is more than just about spite. When you heard, or rather thought you heard, Billy say that Mac was having his baby, Chloe, it looked like someone had just punched you in the stomach.

Chloe: I was thinking about Delia. I freaked out for a second. I mean, he loves Mac more than he ever loved me, and if they have a kid together, well, then, yeah, I mean, I'm afraid that he's gonna love her more than he loves my child.

Chance: Okay.

Chloe: I mean, that's where I was going with it.

Chance: Okay. You know what? You can come up with all the excuses that you want to, but I know what I saw, and I saw hurt in your eyes.

Chloe: (Scoffs) Yeah. (Laughs) Sorry, buddy. Hurt does not go well with this dress.

Chance: It's been a long day, and on that note, I think I'm gonna go for the night.

Chloe: Uh-- (Sighs)

Woman: Why do I put up with you? No, you--you are not that adorable. I'm sure he does think so. Okay. You two have fun. (Scoffs)

Billy: Did I just hear your date bailed on you?

Woman: Got a better offer.

Billy: Oh, that's inexcusable.

Woman: Not the first time.

Billy: Well, uh, it'd be a shame if your evening was just a complete waste. Is it possible that I could buy you a drink?

Woman: Okay. Thanks.

Billy: Okay.

Woman: I'm Kelly.

Billy: Hi, Kelly. I'm Liam. Nice to meet you.

Kelly: Mm-hmm.

Billy: Hmm.

Kay: Oh, my friend, what a hectic day this has been. Back-to-back meeting with the bankers, and, um, I assume you've heard about the Chancellor... rumor?

Nick: Yes. Then I guess it's true. You are taking Chancellor public.

Kay: Ooh, not entirely, just 25%.

Nick: So you'll still be firmly in control-- smart.

Kay: Mm-hmm. But, uh, we want to move quickly on this, and, um, we have a team of underwriters in place waiting for the go-ahead from the S.E.C. in the meantime, we've, um, made up a list of friends, colleagues that, um, know a good deal when they see it and, uh, who might be interested in taking part.

Nick: Anyone I know?

Kay: (Chuckles) Well, given my, uh, long-standing friendship with your mother and my deep respect for your father and you and Victoria, needless to say, the family is right there at the top of the list.

Nick: Well, on behalf of the Newman family, we are honored.

Kay: As you should be. Just not everyone gets invited to this party. (Laughs)

Phyllis: Hi, Jack. What's going on?

Jack: I'm here to speak to your husband.

Phyllis: Um, he's not here, but I do need to talk to you. C-come in. Um...

Jack: Where is he?

Phyllis: He's-- he's doing business. Listen, there's something I need to tell you.

Jack: I heard already.

Phyllis: Uh, you did?

Jack: Nick called. He left a message. That's why I'm here.

Phyllis: What did he say?

Jack: The deal is off.

Phyllis: The--the deal? Wait, I'm--I'm sorry. What--what deal? The investment with Chancellor Industries?

Jack: Did you know he was gonna back out of this?

Phyllis: No, I didn't.

Jack: Then what is going on with him? One minute, he's partnering with me. The next minute, he's blowing me off. What, is--is--is he-- is he waiting for better terms?

Phyllis: No, it's not that.

Jack: Then why did he stop the deal?

Phyllis: I think it has to do with the fact that I told him that you and I slept together.

Ashley: What are you still doing here?

Adam: Uh, the nanny had to take off. Um, her father was in the hospital.

Ashley: Oh, my God. That's terrible. Why--why didn't you call me?

Adam: Well, I didn't want to interrupt, you know? I think Faith wishes I had. She keeps waking up.

Ashley: What about your date?

Adam: She understood.

Ashley: Well, why don't you give her a call? It's not that late. Maybe you can go to a movie or something.

Adam: Uh, no. That's okay.

Ashley: Okay, what's the deal? I know you were looking forward to going out. Huh?

Adam: Listen, I just think that maybe I got out there too early. Uh, maybe I'll just take some time, you know?

Ashley: Oh, Adam. You know, if I had waited until I was confident enough or strong enough to face the world, I'd still be up in my room.

Adam: (Sighs)

Ashley: You got to make yourself get back out there.

Adam: Yes, Ma'am.

Ashley: I'm serious. You have a lot to offer. Obviously, I'm not the only one who thinks so. This person that you were supposed to have the date with, does she know your history?

Adam: Most of it, yeah.

Ashley: Really? And she wants to give you a chance. That says a lot.

Faith: (Crying)

Ashley: You know, now you just have to give yourself a chance, okay?

Adam: (Sighs)

Adam: It's Adam. Uh, could you pull the car around? I, uh, I need to get out-- uh, go out. Thanks.

(Hangs up phone)

Ashley: Hi, Sweetie. Mommy's home.

Faith: (Crying)

Sharon: Oh, hey, boy. Hey. How you doing? (Gasps) Yeah, I didn't think I'd be home this early, either.

(Cell phone vibrates)

Sharon: Whoops. Who's calling? Let's see. Is it Ashley? Nope. Noah. "Going to a different movie. Be home at curfew." Okay. Well, I guess it's just you and me, boy. I guess there could be worse things than a quiet evening at home.

Jack: I-I-I don't know what possible reason you could have for wanting to tell Nick about--

Phyllis: Oh, it--it had to come out.

Jack: What, you had a sudden attack of conscience?

Phyllis: Actually, yes, I did.

Jack: You had nothing to feel guilty about. Your marriage was over. We both knew that.

Phyllis: I know, but that's-- that's not the issue. It's not the issue.

Jack: You know, this-- this is a big deal for me, Phyllis. You could have called me. You could have warned me you were gonna tell--

Phyllis: I wasn't--I wasn't planning on telling him.

Jack: Then why did you tell--

Phyllis: It's--Patty saw us. She saw us having sex. She was standing there looking through the window. She was watching us. She was watching her husband-- you. Oh--oh, by the way, I'm just--I-I'm Diane to her.

Jack: What are you talking about?

Phyllis: (Sighs) She--she is stuck in this-- this past-present thing. It's all this--th-this tangled knot.

Jack: Oh, so you learned all of this from Patty?

Phyllis: Yes, I did. She was going on and on about it, about how Nick was married to Diane, and Diane was going after Jack, and Diane has a daughter. (Sighs)

Jack: A daughter?

Phyllis: Yeah, Summer. She poisoned my daughter... to get revenge on Diane, only it was me.

Jack: Oh, dear God.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Jack: She gave her the peanuts right in front of us.

Phyllis: Right. Right. She thought that Diane--me-- was trying to take you away from her, so she wanted to take Summer away from me.

Jack: Phyllis, I'm--

Phyllis: It's over. It's over. We can't--I don't even want to talk about it anymore. But that's--that's what it is. We can't undo it. So that's why I had to tell Nick. You understand.

Jack: Yeah. Yeah. God, he must hate my guts.

Kay: And there is a certain amount of risk with any I.P.O., uh, with the market being so unpredictable, you know?

Nick: See, I think this is exactly the time when investors clamor for a stock like Chancellor.

Kay: Mm?

Nick: It's a very well-diversified, very well-managed company.

Kay: Well, I have to admit, I'm very pleased with our new C.E.O.

Nick: Yeah, you weren't kidding. I sure wish Neil still worked for us.

Kay: Well, you become a stockholder, and maybe he will be, in a manner of speaking.

Nick: Mm-hmm. Now have you considered the S.E.C.'s reaction if the Newman family gets involved?

Kay: Oh, I'm sure there's gonna be some noise, but I don't think it's gonna be a problem. Oh, by the way, you handled that affair in the Caymans beautifully. That bought you a lot of good will.

Nick: Yeah. It doesn't come cheap these days.

Kay: (Laughs) No, it certainly doesn't. But it's worth every penny of it if it clears a path for you to take part in this opportunity.

Nick: It's a very generous offer, Katherine, and I will spread the word to the family.

Kay: I'll be very anxious to hear your decision, Nick.

Nick: You will have it very soon, I promise.

Kay: Oh, by the way, there's a friend of mine I must talk to. Listen, you just enjoy the holiday.

Nick: You, as well.

Kay: Love to your wife.

Nick: Give my best to Murphy.

Kay: Mm-hmm. Good night, Darling.

Nick: Good night.

Adam: Scotch, please. Make it a double. (Sighs)

Nick: Tough day at the office?

Adam: (Sighs) Just who I was hoping to run into.

Nick: Well, I see you're hanging with all your friends.

Adam: I don't see your wife. You here with a lady friend?

Nick: Nah, just a little business.

Adam: Anything I should know about?

Nick: No.

Kay: Oh! Mm!

Murphy: With a welcome like this, why do I ever leave?

Kay: Oh. Now what did you catch?

Murphy: Ooh! A giant smallie-- 7 pounds, 9 ounces.

Kay: Where is it?

Murphy: Oh, it's in, uh, Joe Jr.'s freezer.

Kay: Oh, thank God. (Laughs)

Murphy: (Laughs)

Chloe: Hey, you--you know, when I'm looking for ice cream, and I see two little eyes staring at me...

Murphy: Mm-hmm.

Chloe: It's pretty freaky. (Laughs)

Murphy: (Laughs)

Chloe: Congratulations.

Murphy: Thank you.

Chloe: I didn't think you were coming back for a few more days.

Murphy: Well, I cut my trip short when I--when I heard that Phillip was leaving. Listen, why don't I grab a shower, and you can fill me in then?

Kay: Oh, good. All right.

Murphy: Mwah.

Chloe: Yeah, you need it. Mm!

Murphy: (Laughs)

Kay: Uh, let's sit down.

Chloe: Okay.

Kay: Oh. (Sighs) So... did I miss anything while I was out?

Chloe: Oh, no, not really, unless you count Billy coming over here and getting dumped by Mac-- got his heart broken once again, in front of an audience this time.

Kay: Uh-huh. How big of an audience?

Chloe: Well, it was just Chance and me.

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Chloe: But you knew about it, right, the whole baby-making mission?

Kay: Yeah.

Chloe: Well, it was a 3-hankie performance. And apparently, I was applauding a little too loudly, because now it's not just Billy who's getting dumped.

Kay: Mm. And Chance thought your reaction to the breakup was...

Chloe: Cheerful. (Laughs)

Kay: (Laughs)

Chloe: Yeah, cheerful. You know, I-- I know you love Mac, obviously, and I mean no disrespect--

Kay: Darling, Darling, please, please, please. No, no. It--it's fine. I've been in that position.

Chloe: (Scoffs) Well, great. Well, then, can you please explain that to Chance, because he reacted to me the way that I react to acid-washed jeans. No--

Kay: You see, now right there, right there is the source of your problem with Chance.

Chloe: Yeah. Billy? (Scoffs) Yeah, I know.

Kay: No, your jokes, your flippant attitude.

Chloe: Chance likes my attitude.

Kay: Well, when you're not using it to, uh, to hide from him.

Chloe: Hide? Oh, I have not been hiding. Have you seen me this week? I have been waiting on that man hand and foot. I brought him food. I fluffed his pillows. I've been playing cards-- cards!

Kay: (Laughs)

Chloe: I have been doting. I am not a doter.

Kay: Well, it sounds like he had your full attention...

Chloe: Yes. Yes, he did.

Kay: Until Billy entered the door.

Chloe: I don't want Billy. I don't--I don't want him. I'm not this masochist that everyone makes me out to be.

Kay: Chloe, Chloe, what do you want?

Chloe: (Sighs) I want... (Sighs)

Kay: You see, if you can't admit it to yourself, it's no wonder you can't tell Chance. All right, surely you've played cards or games where people ante up. Uh, and--and you've never anted up, certainly not like him.

Chloe: (Sighs)

Kay: I mean, he has put his--his heart on the line for you. I-I knew the moment he laid eyes on you, he--he fell for you.

Chloe: (Scoffs) (Laughs) Yeah.

Kay: Why--why would you react like that?

Chloe: Come on, love at first sight?

Kay: All right, let's say for the sake of an argument, he loves you, and you're the woman he has waited for his entire life.

Chloe: No pressure.

Kay: Oh, what-- what are you afraid of?

Chloe: I'm already screwing it up.

Kay: Oh?

Chloe: And I'm afraid that Delia is gonna lose someone that she really loves.

Kay: Chance deserves total honesty from you, and he will not settle for less. So far, you're ducking behind this wall of sarcasm and smart remarks. And all the time, you've been hiding from the very thing you want. Now, my darling, my God, that is such a sad state of affairs.

Billy: Manhattan, huh?

Kelly: Yep, east village.

Billy: Now that is a fun neighborhood.

Kelly: You know it?

Billy: I've spent some time in New York.

Kelly: Mm.

Billy: So what brings you to Genoa City?

Kelly: I'm researching a screenplay. It's a comedy about a completely dysfunctional family.

Billy: You know, I think I know those people. (Laughs)

Kelly: (Laughs)

Billy: Really? That's what you're doing?

Kelly: No, not really, but that's what I tell myself. It makes the holidays with my parents much easier to bear.

Billy: Ah. So what do you do in New York?

Kelly: I'm a kindergarten teacher.

Billy: Get out of here. I'm in education, too. I-I teach history at the junior high.

Kelly: (Laughs) We certainly have a lot in common, don't we?

Billy: It seems that way.

Kelly: So are we really gonna do this?

Billy: Do what?

Kelly: Sit here wasting time making small talk?

Billy: Oh, I hate small talk. Hmm.

Faith: (Crying)

Ashley: Its okay, Sweetheart. Its okay, Sweetie Pie. Mommy's here. What's the matter, baby? What's the matter, my baby girl? Hmm? It's okay.

Sharon: (Gasps) Ooh, hi, Fisher. Hi, buddy. Oh, you smell the baby? Yeah? The most wonderful scent in the world, isn't it? Yeah, that's how I feel, too.

Phyllis: I-I believe when we were together, he was with another woman-- um, your wife, in fact. Yeah. There's no moral high ground here.

Jack: Well, we can only hope Nick is being that reasonable. Frankly, his message suggested otherwise. He sounded like he wanted to nail my ass to the wall.

(Door opens)

Jack: Well, I guess we'll find out now.

Phyllis: I told Jack about what I learned from Patty.

Jack: Nick, I understand how upset you must be. I--

Nick: No, I don't think so.

Jack: Your daughter was victimized because someone was seeking revenge on me over something that never should have happened. If--if there was some way I could tell you how--

Nick: What's done is done.

Jack: Hard for me to believe it's that easy for you to set this aside.

Nick: None of us has anything to gain by looking at the past few months. None of us were heroes. We need to just do what we need to do to try and move forward.

Jack: Okay. As long as you feel that way, this business deal is out--

Nick: I am not going into business with you.

Jack: Nick, don't let emotions cloud your judgment.

Phyllis: Uh, um, y-you guys, di--let's--let's not push this right now.

Nick: No, actually, he's right. You're right, I did let emotions cloud my judgment when I agreed to this deal. I did that because of our history, Jack, because there was a time when I really counted on you. There was trust between us. And, honestly, I miss that.

Jack: That's what I've been saying. We could repair that relationship.

Nick: This is beyond repair. If I didn't realize that before, I certainly realize that now. And I'm not just saying this was your fault. There were mistakes made on both sides, and if we were to partner up again, there would be more mistakes. It's inevitable.

Jack: I don't see things that way.

Phyllis: Uh, I-I--okay. I-I think you're--you're seeing what you want to see. I-I think that you need Nick to get in on this Chancellor I.P.O. deal, right? He's sort of your last resort, isn't he?

Nick: I will never forget the way you were there for me when I was young. That meant a lot. And I wish we could have held on to some of that. But we didn't, and now it's gone.

Murphy: Thank you.

Kay: Uh-huh.

Murphy: Listen, okay, I-I get that part. Phillip feels he owes it to Cane and face those guys. But the timing, it's terrible. I mean, he and chance were just-- just getting to know each other.

Kay: Well, Chance understands. I think he's-- he admires him a little.

Murphy: Yeah, but on some level, maybe he feels like he's being abandoned all over again.

Kay: Well, yeah, but those scars run deep, I mean, even with Chloe.

Murphy: Ah. Well, the two of them don't have very much in common.

Kay: (Laughs) You don't have much hope for them, do you, uh, as a couple, I mean?

Murphy: Yeah, well, look at the way it started. She was trying to make Billy jealous.

Kay: Mm.

Murphy: I guess some women are attracted only to bad boys.

Kay: Yeah, I know. I used to be one of them.

Murphy: You used to be? So what happened?

Kay: Oh, well, you know. You know-- (laughs) Stop.

Murphy: (Laughs)

(Teacup clangs)

Murphy: Oh, ho ho ho!

Kay: Oh, ho ho ho!

Kelly: Mm.

Billy: Mm, mm, mm. Kel--Kylie.

Kelly: Kelly.

Billy: Whatever. Kelly. You--oh.

Kelly: Mm.

Chance: Yeah?

Chloe: Can I come in?

Chloe: So, uh... so downstairs, that could have gone a lot better.

Chance: (Scoffs) (Groans)

Chloe: I mean, I could have handled it better.

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: A-and now thinking about it, I can see from your point of view how it would look that I'm still fixated on Billy.

Chance: (Sighs)

Chloe: You know, it took me a really long time to sign the divorce papers, and--and then the whole happy dance with them breaking up, and, uh... the thing is that I loved him. (Sighs) And it took me a really long time to admit it, and when I finally did, he walked away... which shouldn't have surprised me, and it didn't. But it hurt. Yeah. (Sighs) See, he is the last in a really long line of men, starting with my dad, and, um... men sort of, you know, they just don't stick around, and you get used to that, and you don't get attached. And, well, I guess I thought that I was really good at that until you walked away from me before. I'm sorry. (Sighs) I'm sorry if I don't always say the right things. And I'm sorry if I made you feel like what we had wasn't real, because... (Sighs) Because it is. It is real. (Sighs) It would really, really-- it would be really nice if you would just say something right now, 'cause, you know--

Chance: Come here.

Jack: Only the innocent can sleep like that.

Ashley: Or the extremely exhausted. She's been so fussy lately. I just got her down. What's going on? I wasn't expecting to see you again.

Jack: Oh, I thought maybe we could talk.

Ashley: What? About the Chancellor I.P.O. again?

Jack: Among other things.

Ashley: I'm kind of worn out on that subject, Jack.

Jack: Just--just--just--

Ashley: I'm kind of worn out in general.

Jack: Just come on. Hear me out, please?

Ashley: (Sighs) All right. What?

Jack: I am happy that you are investing in Chancellor.

Ashley: Really? Even though I'm doing it on my own?

Jack: Even though. An Abbott--any Abbott gaining more influence in the future of Jabot is a good thing by me.

Ashley: Well, our interests might coincide at times. You never know.

Jack: I will not be buying any Chancellor stock.

Ashley: What happened? Something happen to your secret partner?

Jack: Yeah, it fell through. So let's talk about Thanksgiving.

Ashley: Yeah, without Traci.

Jack: Thanksgiving without Colleen.

Ashley: Yeah.

Jack: And you and Billy and I... things aren't what they should be, Ash.

Nick: (Sighs)

Phyllis: Does that feel good? You're really tight.

Nick: Yeah, it feels good.

Phyllis: Yeah? That must have been difficult...

Nick: (Sighs)

Phyllis: Shutting the door on any friendship with Jack.

Nick: Well, it wasn't just because of that.

Phyllis: Well, it--it's just sad, right? Especially since that deal was gonna bring in so much cash and--and powerful influence.

Nick: (Sighs)

Phyllis: But I guess you just have to content yourself with leading a huge international conglomerate.

Nick: Actually, the meeting I had earlier was with Katherine. She offered up a personal invitation to snatch up some shares in the I.P.O.

Phyllis: Mm, not really a risk-free proposition that Jack was offering you.

Nick: No one is going to take a bath with those shares. They priced them lower intentionally so the insiders can ride the initial wave.

Phyllis: Mm, surf's up then, right?

Nick: Yes, indeed. (Sighs) I also ran into Adam.

Phyllis: Skulking around?

Nick: No. Out in the open. He's actually kept his nose pretty clean at Newman.

Phyllis: Mm. That's interesting. Not for long, right?

Nick: I don't know. He's being careful-- too careful-- which means he's probably hiding something.

Phyllis: Well, you keep your eye on him, right? You won't let him get away with anything.

Sharon: Fisher, where are you going, buddy?

Adam: (Exhales slowly)

Sharon: Oh, maybe he's hungry.

Adam: Listen, Sharon, um, I-I came here to apologize.

Sharon: No, don't. It--it's fine. You know, we'll go out another night.

Adam: No, no. I-I-I wasn't honest with you about--about why I canceled.

Sharon: Oh.

Adam: Listen, uh, you-- you have been so kind to me, and it's not in a million years what I expected or deserved, believe me. It's just that I-- I don't want to keep this secret from you, and I-if-- if I--if I don't tell you now, I'm not sure if I ever will.

Murphy: Will you explain something to me?

Kay: Mm-hmm.

Murphy: This "Bad boy" phenomenon, I don't get it. I mean, women chasing after men who make them miserable?

Kay: Well, it's not just one-sided. I mean, after all, we make men miserable, too.

Murphy: (Chuckles) Well, it doesn't sound like a lot of fun.

Kay: (Chuckles) Well, it isn't. (Sighs) And I-I-I guess maybe it's just a need to be needed, and, you know, sometimes, to make you feel superior to the person you're with.

Murphy: Ah, insecurity? No, that's not it, because you don't have one insecure bone in your body.

Kay: Well, that's because I have, you know, uh, become comfortable with myself over the years.

Murphy: Oh. You mean, your younger self wouldn't have fallen in love with me?

Kay: Sad to say, she would not have the sense.

Murphy: Oh.

Kay: But on the other hand, perhaps all of those experiences taught her to recognize the right man for her when he came along. Do you remember last Thanksgiving?

Murphy: (Sighs) Oh, yes, I do remember.

Kay: Yeah?

Murphy: Hey, do you-- do you remember that kiss you gave me over there? Do you--you have any more of them?

Kay: Uh, ups-- upstairs I have some.

Murphy: I'll race you.

Kay: (Chuckles) That'll be the day. (Laughs)

Murphy: (Chuckles) I'm sorry, it's--

Kay: No cheating.

Murphy: Well, it's just my "Bad boy" coming out.

Kay: (Chuckles)

Chloe: Okay, uh...

Chance: Uh-huh?

Chloe: We should stop.

Chance: No, we shouldn't.

Chloe: Yeah, but, you know, you just-- your surgery, you're healing...

Chance: No, it's fine. I'm--I'm fine. I'm 100% better.

Chloe: Uh...

Chance: What?

Chloe: Um, I have to go check on Delia. I should--

Chance: She's with your mom. Hey, she--its okay. She's with your mom.

Chloe: Ohh... okay. Um--

Chance: What? (Groans)

Chloe: Sorry. (Winces)

Chance: (Laughs) No.

Chloe: And, um...

Chance: (Exhales)

Chloe: I'll--I'll just come and check on you later. You--you'll be fine, all right? Sure. Yeah.

Chance: Chl--I'm-- hey, I'm more than fine, okay? I'm gonna be fine for a while. You--you--

Chloe: Okay, I'll just--

Chance: Don't-- don't put that on.

Chloe: I'll be back later.

Chance: (Groans) (Laughs) (Sighs)

Billy: (Laughs)

Kelly: (Chuckles)

Billy: Oh, wow. Sit down.

Kelly: Thank you.

Billy: Phew!

Kelly: Oh...

Billy: Huh?

Kelly: You've got a little lipstick. (Chuckles)

Billy: Did you get it?

Kelly: I got it.

Billy: Thank you.

Kelly: Mm-hmm.

Billy: I don't know, do you want to grab some dinner maybe?

Kelly: You know, I'm gonna take off.

Billy: Okay, you want a ride?

Kelly: Oh, that's okay.

Billy: Well, it was definitely a pleasure to meet you Kelly.

Kelly: My name's not Kelly.

Billy: I'm sorry. Kylie? I'm sorry.

Kelly: No, it's not Kylie, either. And you're not Liam. You're Billy Abbott.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Kelly: I work in publishing in Manhattan. I used to see you out at the clubs all the time. I always wondered if the stories were true. Now I know.

Billy: Oh. Y-you know, you should probably stay.

Kelly: You know, I can't. My family's expecting me. Happy Thanksgiving.

Billy: You, too. (Sighs) (Groans)

(Cell phone rings)

Billy: (Chuckles) Wow. Hey, Jack.

Jack: Hey, I've been making plans with Ash. We're gonna have Thanksgiving dinner at the house. You can come by around 1:00 if you'd like.

Billy: Yeah, great. Okay, I'll--I'll be there.

Nick: You know, we haven't really talked about the holidays. You want me to make some reservations somewhere?

Phyllis: Oh, no, we're gonna have it here. I'm--I'm defrosting a turkey.

Nick: (Gulps) Mm. Ye--all r-- uh, good. Good. Okay.

Phyllis: Why "Good, good"? Wh-- if I can run a magazine, I can read a cookbook. It's not a big deal.

Nick: I--

Phyllis: I mean, I-I know some things I've made in the past haven't been that great, but, you know, Summer's gonna make pies, and it's gonna be fun.

Nick: No, I--yes, if that's what you want to do, then I look forward to eating that meal.

Phyllis: Yeah. Yes, good.

Nick: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: Good. I mean, it's-- it's the first time it's--it's just us-- no siblings, no parents, you--un-unless you want to invite Adam. You don't want to invite him, do you?

Nick: Uh, no. No.

Phyllis: Okay, good. Good. I just thought it would be sweet and simple. And I don't want to get dressed up and go out. Just you, me, the kids, the turkey...

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: Stuffing.

Nick: Yeah.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Nick: That's all we need is us.

Phyllis: And my turkey.

Nick: Yep. Your turkey's gonna be great.

Phyllis: (Laughs)

Adam: I'm gonna regret telling you this.

Sharon: No, look, it-- it's okay. Whatever it is, I'm not gonna freak out or anything. I'm your friend.

Adam: (Swallows hard) I know. See, that's the problem. That--that's just it. To you, we're friends, and to me, it's-- that's--that's-- that's not what it is.

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

Nick: It's good to see J.T. so happy. You happy, Vick?

Victoria: Can I get back to you on that?

Abby: Families don't love, they lie and abandon and die.

Ashley: Shh! Abby.

Nina: You're looking for her daughter, aren't you?

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