Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/24/09

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/24/09 -- Canada; Wednesday 11/25/09 -- U.S.A.


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Eden: Fenmore had a blast giving out the Thanksgiving meals.

Lauren: Aw, did you have fun? So great.

Eden: He didn't want to come home. He wanted to stay and eat with the families.

Lauren: (Chuckles) That's sweet.

Eden: All right, tell Mommy what you said after we delivered food.

Fen: Happy Thanksgiving!

Lauren: (Laughs) Oh, I'm so proud of you. Come here. Oh, that's so great.

Gloria: Fen? Fen? Want to try some caviar?

Lauren: Uh, yeah. Yeah. I-I don't think he's gonna like that.

Gloria: (Laughs)

Jeff: Eh, 300 bucks an ounce? It's never too young to acquire good taste.

Gloria: Ooh.

Michael: "Expensive" and "Good taste" are not synonymous.

Lauren: Amen.

Gloria: How about you, Honey?

Eden: With all the starving people in the world, how can you justify spending that much money on fish eggs?

Jeff: (Sighs) She's young. She'll learn.

Eden: Let's go wash our hands for the good stuff.

Lauren: (Chuckles) Excellent.

(Doorbell rings)

Lauren: Ooh, I'll get that.

Michael: I'll get the coats.

Lauren: Perfect.

Michael: All right.

Lauren: Mm. Hi, how are you?

Jana: Hi, how are you? I brought some pralines.

Michael: Hey, Darling. Mwah!

Lauren: Oh, excellent.

Jana: Nice to see you.

Lauren: Thank you. Mwah!

Jana: Yep. Mwah!

Gloria: Jana!

Jana: Thank you for having me.

Lauren: Oh, absolutely.

Gloria: Just in time for caviar and champagne.

Jana: Ooh.

Gloria: Where's Kevin?

Jana: Well, he refused to come without Ryder. (Sighs)

Ryder: Don't worry about me. Just go have dinner with the family.

Kevin: Dude, I'm not leaving you behind. I know what it's like to spend Thanksgiving alone, just me and some mac and cheese.

Mac: Did I hear my name?

Kevin: (Chuckles) Shouldn't you be home stuffing something?

Mac: Right, like Esther would let anyone near her kitchen.

Kevin: (Chuckles)

Mac: They, uh, they ate early, and I had to go to the shelter, so...

Kevin: Got it. You know Ryder, right? My brother?

Mac: Yeah. Hi.

Ryder: Hi. Excuse me.

Mac: Um, Neil asked me to pick up the pies for the homeless dinner.

Kevin: Oh, yeah. They're here. Uh, you're gonna need some help with them. Is Billy with you?

Mac: Uh, we broke up.

Kevin: Really?

Mac: Yeah.

Kevin: Well, that is something to be thankful for. (Chuckles) Hey, hey, I'm sorry. I didn't mean that. Is there anything I can do?

Mac: Yeah, you can help me get the pies to the car.

Neil: Okay, this is looking good. It's all coming together nicely. I like this.

Cane: All right.

Devon: I got some hot stuffing coming through. Where do I put it?

Cane: Right here.

Neil: Yeah, right there.

Devon: Right there? Okay. Mm.

Cane: There you go. All right.

Neil: And here's the address.

Cane: All right, that's for you. Okay, this one's all set. You got that? All right.

Neil: My man, so did you put the green beans on the stove?

Devon: It's done, yeah.

Neil: I like that. All right!

Lily: Hey.

Billy: Hey, it looks busy.

Lily: Yeah, we're, uh, making food for the shelter and sending meals out to people who are homebound.

Neil: All right, three more turkeys to carve, people. Three more. Let's go. Let's go.

Cane: All right, let's get that done.

Billy: You know, maybe you should take it easy, you know?

Lily: Okay, now you sound like my husband.

Billy: Well, that's not a compliment, but I'll forgive you.

Lily: (Chuckles) So why are you here?

Billy: Put me to work. I'm here to help. Mm...

Lily: Okay.

Billy: Okay.

Daniel: Mm, happy turkey day.

Phyllis: Happy turkey day to you, too. How's your case going?

Daniel: I haven't heard anything, so I guess no news is good news?

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah, that's a good way to look at it.

Daniel: Hey, Victoria. When'd you get back into town?

Victoria: Hi. Uh, today. Yeah. Congratulations on your marriage. That's great.

Amber: Oh, yes, he made an honest woman out of me.

Phyllis: (Chuckles) (Clears throat) Oh, you're serious. Oh, uh, yes, he did. That--that's a good way to look at it, yeah.

Victoria: Yeah? Okay.

Noah: Summer wants to put makeup on me.

Amber: Oh, poor baby.

Noah: Hey.

Amber: She can put it on me.

Noah: Hey, I heard you guys got married. I-I don't know what you see in this slacker.

Amber: Oh, well, you know, he's kinda cute, so...

Noah: Mm. Love really is blind, huh?

Phyllis: (Chuckles) Yeah. Yeah.

Nick: All right. Dinner is ready.

Noah: Yeah!

J.T.: The best turkey sandwiches from Wilkinson's deli.

Daniel: Well, I thought you were cooking.

Nick: She--she tried.

Ashley: Looks like it's just you and me, kiddo. Your big sissy ditched us. We're gonna have our own Thanksgiving next year. Maybe by then, Abby won't be mad at me anymore. Honey, I wish your grandpa was here. We used to have the best Thanksgivings. I remember one year when your Aunt Traci stayed away at boarding school and Uncle Jack was on the slopes with some ski bunny. Grandpa and I... we're gonna have the best Thanksgiving ever. I have to make one quick stop first, and then I'm gonna take you someplace so special, you won't believe it.

Jack: (Sighs heavily)

Jack: I know what you'd be saying if you were here right now, Dad. "Stop feeling sorry for yourself, Jackie. There are lots of people out there a whole lot worse than you." Doesn't help we've all been thinking about Colleen today. You remember when Colleen went through her rebellious phase? You got her to move in, saw her moping around on Thanksgiving Day. You told her, "Get out. Go volunteer." You always had good advice, Dad.

Adam: You make a mean dish of chocolate ice cream.

Sharon: (Chuckles) I'm pretty handy with the scoop.

Adam: This was a perfect Thanksgiving dinner.

Sharon: Mm-hmm, turkey-less.

Adam: The best kind.

Sharon: I'm glad you and Fisher enjoyed it.

Adam: Fisher?

Sharon: Mm-hmm. Don't think I didn't see you slipping him some pasta.

Adam: (Chuckles)

Sharon: I have peripheral vision, remember?

Adam: Give me that.

Sharon: Hmm?

Adam: I'll get the dishes.

Sharon: No, leave it.

Adam: No, no, no, no. You cooked, I will clean.

Sharon: Well, I can't sit while you do all the work.

Adam: Then stand. Then have a glass of wine and keep me company.

Sharon: (Laughs)

Adam: Deal?

Sharon: Deal.

Lauren: It's Thanksgiving.

Michael: You know, I'll--

Lauren: Whether we like it or not, Ryder is Kevin's family, all right?

Michael: I'll alert Eden to set out the rat traps when Ryder does darken our door.

Lauren: Oh, please, can we just put that incident behind us, please?

Michael: All right. He'll probably just bring some other pestilence with him.

Lauren: (Scoffs) I'll tell you one thing, it's not gonna be famine after all the food I made.

Michael: And I just want you to know I did this for you.

Lauren: That's fine. Well, I'm doing it for Kevin.

Michael: Oh, whatever.

Kevin: Hey, look, if Jana sent you here to drag me back--

Lauren: No. No.

Michael: (Sighs)

Lauren: Look, we have a lot of food, and Ryder is welcome.

Kevin: You mean that? And you're on board?

Michael: It's Thanksgiving.

Kevin: Hey, Ryder.

Ryder: Hey, what's up?

Kevin: Uh, well, we've been invited to dinner at Michael and Lauren's.

Ryder: I-I don't want to impose.

Lauren: You're not. Please come.

Daisy: Hi, Lauren.

Lauren: Oh, hey, Daisy.

Daisy: Can I get a refill?

Lauren: Daisy...

Ryder: Yeah, sure thing.

Lauren: You know my husband Michael, don't you?

Daisy: Yeah, hi.

Lauren: Daisy from the store?

Michael: Yes. Yeah. Hi.

Lauren: And why aren't you home for Thanksgiving, huh?

Daisy: Um, the plane ticket was too expensive.

Lauren: I'm sorry to hear that.

Daisy: Oh, no biggie. The dorms are really quiet, and--and I have a paper to write.

Lauren: Oh, I think you're coming to our house tonight for dinner.

Daisy: Oh, no, you don't-- you don't have to--

Lauren: I will not take "No" for an answer. And Eden would love to see you.

Kevin: And that goes for you, too, Ryder. You're not spending your first Thanksgiving in Genoa City alone, because I would stay here with you, and I don't want to do that. I'd rather have Lauren's delicious food.

Ryder: Okay, you twisted my arm.

Michael: Well, I hope you're all hungry.

Nick: All right, well, enjoy your low-sodium, low-fat turkey dinner, Dad.

Victoria: Give--

Nick: Try and stay away from the Belgian fries.

Victoria: Give Mom a kiss for us.

All: Happy Thanksgiving!

Noah: Happy Thanksgiving!

Phyllis: That's cool. Hey, I want to make a toast. I'm gonna make a toast...

Nick: All right.

Phyllis: Everybody. So, um, it's been a pretty tough year, pretty tough, and, um, I think we all have a lot to be thankful for. Um, Victor and Summer are getting stronger every day, so that's really great, right?

Daniel: I'm a free man.

Amber: Uh, no, you're not. (Clicks tongue) (Laughs)

Phyllis: Anyway, uh, we have a lot to be thankful for, and I'm--I'm mainly thankful for everybody who's in this room, so... (Sighs) Happy Thanksgiving. Cheers.

Amber: Cheers.

Daniel: Salud.

Nick: Cheers.

Noah: Cheers.

Victoria: Happy Thanksgiving.

(Glasses clink)

Phyllis: Cheers.

Amber: Cheers. Cheers.

Billy: You know, I cannot count the times that CeeCee would try to drag me to some shelter on Thanksgiving.

Lily: Oh, I know. Who do you think she would complain to when you wouldn't get out of bed?

Billy: Well, the least I could do was show up today and honor her memory.

Lily: That is true. (Chuckles)

Ashley: Well, hello.

Lily: Hi.

Ashley: Billy, you're volunteering?

Billy: Well, you don't have to sound so shocked.

Ashley: (Chuckles) Well, I thought I would do the same thing. Hi.

Neil: Hi. Did I just hear someone say they're volunteering?

Ashley: I am. What can I do to help?

Neil: Anything you want. How are you at mashing potatoes?

Ashley: Are you kidding me? I'm amazing at mashing potatoes. Carrying a baby around makes you very strong.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Ashley: Hey, Billy, you know what? I could use Faith's car seat. Could you get it for me?

Billy: Yeah.

Ashley: Thank you.

Lily: Here, I'll hold Faith if you want.

Ashley: Okay, sure.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Ashley: Don't let her spit up on you, though. That could be a problem.

Lily: Hi! So cute.

Ashley: (Chuckles)

Mac: Pies are here.

Ashley: Oh, great.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Ashley: Hi.

Kevin: Mmm.

Ryder: Smells great.

Kevin: Wait till you taste the stuffing.

Lauren: Yeah. I hope you're hungry.

Jana: (Sighs)

Michael: Whoa, cool picture, Fen. Did you draw that?

Fen: Yeah.

Michael: I like it.

Jana: Ooh, Michael, you've got a budding artist on your hands.

Michael: Uh, Supreme Court justice, Supreme Court justice.

Lauren: Uh, there's soda and beer in the kitchen if you want some.

Kevin: Thanks.

Gloria: There's something creepy about that boy.

Jeff: (Scoffs) He's harmless.

Gloria: He's Tom's son. God only knows who his mother was. At least Kevin had me.

Michael: Whether or not that was a good thing is still open to question.

Daisy: Uh, you have a lovely home.

Lauren: (Chuckles) Daisy, I'm so glad you came. That's so great. You--do you know my mother-in-law Gloria? And her, um....

Jeff: (Chuckles)

Lauren: Significant other.

Gloria: Mm-hmm.

Jeff: We haven't had the pleasure. Jeffrey Bardwell.

Lauren: And-- and, of course, you know Eden.

Eden: (Chuckles) Unfortunately.

Lauren: Daisy works at the boutique.

Gloria: Really?

Lauren: Mm-hmm.

Gloria: Tough gig. I know. I worked at the boutique.

Lauren: Yes, for one very long day.

Gloria: Ha ha ha.

Lauren: She almost burnt down the building.

Gloria: Love your outfit. Maybe you can give that one some fashion tips. (Grunts)

Jeff: Ooh. Jeez.

Eden: (Exhales)

Jana: Walk away. It's not even worth it.

Eden: Mm-hmm.

(Doorbell rings)

Eden: I'll get it.

Lauren: Oh.

Eden: Hey.

Daniel: Hey.

Amber: Hi.

Daniel: Happy Thanksgiving.

Eden: Happy Thanksgiving. Excuse me.

Amber: Oh, hi. Hi, Daisy.

Daisy: Happy turkey day.

Amber: You remember my husband Daniel?

Daisy: We met before.

Daniel: I don't remember.

Daisy: (Chuckles) Halloween--Gwen Stefani.

Daniel: Ri--wow. Wow, yeah. Hey. How you doing?

Daisy: That party was pretty lame, wasn't it?

Daniel: Yeah, I guess so. It was a little... (Grumbles) Lame. (Chuckles) What's he doing here?

Kevin: He's family.

Lauren: I invited him. All right, everybody, dinner is ready.

Michael: Yes, and, uh, before we attack the turkey, we would like to take a moment to be grateful for everything we have.

Lauren: That's right. Michael and I really happy that you're all here. It is the one day that we put aside all of our differences and we come together as a family, because we have so much to be grateful for, right? So, everybody, play nice. You got it?

Ryder: (Sighs)

Victoria: So, um, how are things between you and Nick?

Phyllis: Pretty good.

Victoria: Yeah? That's good. It seems like he's having a hard time dealing with the loss of the baby is all. I mean, the look on his face when Summer asked him to hold the doll was kind of...

Phyllis: Yeah. He usually does a better job of hiding it.

Victoria: Oh, so you two don't really, um--

Phyllis: Oh, discuss it? Not really. I mean, how do you bring that up? "Oh, oh, Sweetie, let's talk about the child you lost. You know, the one that you conceived with your ex-wife when you cheated on me."

Victoria: Yeah, but if he can't talk to you about it, then he might go somewhere else. And you really wouldn't want that, right?

Sharon: Good job on those dishes.

Adam: Oh, what, did you think I would smash everything?

Sharon: No, of course not.

Adam: You know, come to think of it, my mom never broke a dish. She--she never let her blindness get in the way.

Sharon: Hope was amazing.

Adam: You-- you knew my mom?

Sharon: Yeah, I met her a few times. Even then, I thought she was really remarkable. And I'm starting to realize she raised a remarkable son.

Adam: Because I did the dishes?

Sharon: Among other things.

Adam: (Chuckles)

Ashley: Okay, what's next?

Billy: Okay, so we take the silverware and the napkins and the juice boxes, and we put 'em in these boxes.

Ashley: Okay, the silverware.

Jack: Can I help?

Ashley: Jackie.

Billy: Oh, ho ho, the triumvirate. Who'd have thought we'd all be here at the same time, huh?

Jack: Well, after you guys left, I was sitting around feeling sorry for myself, and I heard Dad's voice reminding me of all I had to be grateful for, and I thought of Colleen.

Ashley: So did I.

Billy: Yeah. Well, leave it to Dad and CeeCee to bring us all together. Think fast. (Chuckles)

Jack: Well, let's get crackin'.

Billy: Yes, Sir.

Faith: (Coos)

Mac: You're a natural with the baby.

Lily: (Chuckles) Thanks. You know, I, um, I didn't mean to freak you out yesterday.

Mac: Lily--

Lily: I didn't mean to dump all that on you. And if anything happens, you know, I-I-- (sighs) Devon and my Aunt Liv will be there to take care of my baby, so don't worry.

Mac: Well, you will be around to raise your baby. But whatever happens, I'll be there if it's needed.

Lily: Oh, uh, I-I thought that you changed your mind about the surrogacy.

Mac: No. Everybody's entitled to one freak-out moment. That was mine.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Cane: Is everything okay?

Lily: Yes, everything is--is great. Dad, Devon, uh...

Neil: Yes?

Lily: So it's happening for sure. Mac is gonna be our surrogate. (Laughs)

Neil: That's great, Honey.

Devon: Wow. Congratulations.

Lily: Thanks.

Mac: I already started the shots, so if everything stays on track, then the doctor will implant the embryos by the end of next week.

Lily: So we're on our way. (Laughs) Yay! (Laughs)

Jack: You're leaving, Sweetie.

Ashley: (Laughs) Sorry we can't stay.

Jack: You know what? It's great, the three of us working together.

Ashley: Yeah.

Jack: Nicer than any Thanksgiving I had planned.

Ashley: So true.

Billy: I should probably get going, too. I need to pick up Delia.

Ashley: Okay.

Neil: Hey.

Ashley: Yeah?

Neil: Thank you so much for all your help. Those mashed potatoes, they were incredible. Uh, wh-what'd you put in 'em?

Ashley: Oh, no, you're not getting that out of me. It was Mamie's recipe, and she swore me to secrecy.

Jack: She won't even tell us.

Ashley: (Laughs)

Neil: (Chuckles)

Billy: I'll walk you out.

Ashley: Okay. See you, guys. Happy Thanksgiving.

Billy: Later. Bye, guys.

Lily: Bye. See ya.

Cane: All right, see you.

Jack: Well...

Devon: Hey, Neil.

Neil: Yeah?

Devon: We are running out of dinner rolls.

Neil: Dinner rolls, okay. There's gotta be someone on this list that donated... yes, here it is--Phyllis Newman.

Devon: Okay. What should I do?

Jack: Uh, I'll give her a call.

(Touch tones beep)

Victoria: It'll be nice to go to sleep without the sound of cars honking all night long.

Phyllis: Oh, I bet.

(Cell phone rings)

Phyllis: Excuse me. Hello? Oh, I forgot the rolls. I am so sorry. I know, and-- and Noah just left for Eden's. Um, I'll--I'll bring 'em over. I'll bring 'em over.

J.T.: Uh, I can do it.

Phyllis: Are you sure?

J.T.: Yeah. Yeah, no problem.

Phyllis: Well, they're in my trunk.

J.T.: Okay.

Phyllis: Okay. J.T.'s gonna bring 'em over. Um, no, they're here. Well, they were gone, and now they're--they're back. Um, listen, Jack, um, I have a favor to ask. I-I know that your relationship right now with Nick is strained, but can you do something for me?

Nick: It's good to have you back, Sis.

Victoria: Are you saying that you missed me?

Nick: Let's not get carried away, okay? But I'll admit, its weird having Mom and Dad gone and you and J.T. in New York.

Victoria: Hey, uh, do you go up to the main house to see Ashley at all?

Nick: No. Adam still lives there.

Victoria: Mm.

Nick: So you never told me how you really feel about J.T.'s new job.

Victoria: I think that it is a great opportunity, and I'm--I'm very proud of him.

Nick: Oh, okay. This is me you're talking to. What's up?

Victoria: (Sighs) No, I am happy for him. I am. It's just--it's just--

Nick: You're not used to being the "Little woman" sitting at home.

Victoria: (Sighs) Yeah, something like that, I guess. But anyway, how are you? I mean, how are you really doing?

Reed: Aah!

Nick: (Groans) I don't think that was my kid.

Victoria: No, that was Reed. I'd recognize that scream anywhere. I think I need to get him home.

Nick: Okay.

Phyllis: You know, we have somewhere we need to go, too.

Nick: Where are we going?

Phyllis: Um, I think there's something you need to do.

Lily: Oh, uh, can someone give him a hand, please?

Mac: I got it.

Lily: Thank you.

J.T.: Here, thank you.

Mac: J.T.!

J.T.: Hey, Mac.

Mac: Are you home for the holidays?

J.T.: Uh, actually for good. My new job just transferred me. We're, uh, setting up new offices here.

Mac: That's great.

J.T.: Yeah.

Mac: And look at you-- so dapper.

J.T.: Well, thanks.

Jack: Hey, J.T., welcome home.

J.T.: Hey.

Jack: You sticking around for a while?

J.T.: Well, for good, I think.

Jack: Uh, does that mean Victoria's going back to Newman?

Mac: No. No shoptalk today, guys.

Lily: Uh, my dad and Devon just took food to the shelter, and they could really use these rolls over there.

Mac: We're short on runners.

Jack: Well, you know, I-I'll take 'em. Yeah.

Lily: Oh, thank you.

J.T.: You need some help?

Jack: No, all set.

Cane: Hey, do we ever. Hey, can you stick around?

J.T.: You bet, man. Sure.

Cane: It's good to see you, man.

J.T.: You, too. Hey, Victoria, uh, I'm gonna stay here at Indigo and help out, okay?

Cane: Hey, hey, hey. No, no, no, no. Put that down. You take a break, okay? I got this. I got this.

Mac: I-I'm fine.

Lily: No, you have been at it for hours.

Cane: Thank you. Uh-huh.

Mac: Okay, are you guys gonna hover over me the entire time I'm pregnant?

Lily and Cane: (Chuckle)

J.T.: You're pregnant?

Mac: Not yet, but I will be.

Lily: Yeah, Mac is gonna be our surrogate. (Chuckles)

J.T.: Wow. When did this happen?

Mac: Before you say anything, I've done a lot of investigating and soul-searching about this, and I know exactly what I'm getting into.

J.T.: Hey, you don't have to convince me. I think it's great.

Mac: Really?

J.T.: Yeah. Yeah, seriously. Congratulations.

Cane: Thank you.

J.T.: Hope it all works out.

Cane: Thanks a lot.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Mac: Um, they're gonna implant the embryos next week.

J.T.: Wow.

Lily: Yep, we're really excited, so please keep your fingers crossed.

J.T.: Wish you guys the best.

Cane: (Chuckles)

Lauren: Well, if anybody wants any more coffee or dessert, it's on the side table. You know, there's Eden's fabulous caramel sauce. Anybody? No? Okay. (Laughs)

Eden: More pie?

Daisy: I'll--I'll get it for you.

Noah: Uh, no, thanks. I'm stuffed.

Michael: Fenmore's awful quiet.

Lauren: Yes, you're right. He's in his room with Jeff and Gloria.

Michael: Mm-hmm. Mr. Bardwell's probably got him logged on to an online gambling site.

Lauren: That's why there's no computer in his room.

Jana: You all finished?

Kevin: Um, no, I want one more bite.

Jana: One more?

Kevin: Mm-hmm.

Jana: There's a big one.

Kevin: Mmm. I'm stuffed. I cannot move.

Jana: I'm gonna go help in the kitchen.

Amber: Oh, you know what? Uh, I'll help you.

Jana: Okay.

Noah: Me, three.

Lauren: Oh, no, no, no, no. You, Noah, are a guest.

Noah: In appreciation for feeding me. I love turkey, but not when it's stuffed with "Purple pizzazz."

Lauren: (Chuckles)

Eden: (Chuckles)

Noah: Turkey and crayons-- they just don't mix.

Lauren: (Laughs)

Michael: I take it Phyllis isn't getting her own cooking show any time soon.

Noah: Oh.

Lauren: Come on.

Noah: Yeah.

Eden: Let's go.

Kevin: (Sighs) Mm. I'm really glad you came.

Ryder: Me, too. You have a nice family. I-I'd like to get to know 'em better.

Daniel: Look, tell me something, Michael. Now that Ryder's got an air-tight alibi supplied by the state of Illinois, how long before they come looking to charge me again, throw my butt back in jail? Hmm?

Michael: I'm working on it. With any luck, they won't.

Daniel: (Scoffs) Forgive me if I don't really feel like trusting this to luck. You know what I don't get? Why--why did he let himself sit in prison for so long if he could prove that he wasn't there the night of the murder?

Michael: There are a lot of things about Ryder that don't add up. And why Kevin doesn't see them, I'll never know.

Daniel: You got any idea who that person is in the picture with him? His alibi photo?

Michael: He wouldn't say.

Daniel: (Scoffs) What's that kid hiding?

Michael: I don't know. I don't know.

Adam: This turned out to be a fun day.

Sharon: Stress-free.

Adam: Yeah, just how I like it. My life has been a little too stressful lately. Can I confess something to you?

Sharon: Sure.

Adam: Uh, I was a little worried. Thanks.

Sharon: About what?

Adam: Well, I-- I hope I didn't overstep my bounds when I kissed you. Um, you know, I-I don't want to blow our friendship, and you already know that I don't exactly have that many friends in-- in Genoa City.

Sharon: (Sighs) Well, don't worry about it. I mean, I was surprised. I wasn't expecting it, but you have nothing to apologize for.

Adam: Well, I didn't, uh, I-I-I didn't plan on kissing you. It just happened. And I know you have been through a whole lot lately, and, uh, I want to be respectful.

Sharon: Well, you know what? If I'm uncomfortable, I'll just let you know. And, um, I don't have a lot of friends, either. You know, I've--I've lost two of my dearest friends in the last few years.

Adam: Well, I think we have great friend potential.

Sharon: So do I. And you know what? Um, the kiss was nice. So let's just take it easy and we'll see where things lead.

Phyllis: Here you go. Ladies first.

Nick: Phyllis, I don't know if this is such a good idea.

Phyllis: No, it's a fine idea. Jack told me where the-- the key was hidden. And, uh, you know, he has no problem with us being here.

Nick: It's not just for Jack. I figured this would be about the last place you'd ever want to come.

Phyllis: Yeah. Why? Because you and-- you and Sharon...

Nick: Why do I have to bring that up again?

Phyllis: It's important. Hey, do you want to draw Mommy and Daddy a picture for Thanksgiving?

Summer: A picture for Reed?

Phyllis: A picture for Reed? (Chuckles) Okay. We're gonna draw Reed a picture. Let's go over here. Here you go. It's all in here. When you were holding Summer's doll, I saw the look on your face. When I asked you about it, you kind of brushed me off.

Nick: I don't mean to be a downer during the holidays.

Phyllis: It's okay. It's okay to grieve the loss of your daughter. I don't want you to hide this from me. I don't want you to feel like you have to do that. And I know you scattered the ashes near the stream. You should remember her here. I'm not threatened anymore, Nick. I'm not threatened by this.

Kevin: So what movie are you guys going to see?

Noah: (Sighs) Eden loves vampires.

Kevin: Oh, Jana used to be obsessed with vampires.

Jana: Well, not obsessed.

Kevin: Tell me you didn't have every book Anne rice wrote.

Gloria: You know, I just don't get the whole vampire thing. I want my movies to have happy endings.

Jeff: Aw, like us, Sugar puss.

Gloria: (Chuckles)

Jeff: (Chuckles)

Eden: (Groans)

Noah: We should invite Daisy to come with us.

Eden: Why?

Noah: She's all alone on the holiday.

Eden: (Sighs) Daisy, you want to tag along?

Daisy: No, thanks.

Eden: Okay.

Jana: All right, have I any volunteers to clean the kitchen? Anyone?

Gloria: Oopsie, I think that's our cue to go.

Jeff: Yep, yep.

Gloria: Good night, everybody.

Jeff: Good night. Here. Hey, hey, hey.

Gloria: Don't forget your coat.

Jeff: Got it. Have a good night.

Michael: Going so soon? Lauren's in there scrubbing caramel sauce off of Fenmore.

Amber: Oh, yeah, he was rubbing it all over his face.

Michael: Mm.

Daniel: Maybe we should take some of that sauce home.

Amber: Mm...

(Knock on door)

Michael: Oh, please.

Kevin: Who forgot what?

Amber: (Giggles) Sauce, eh?

Man: Daniel Romalotti?

Kevin: Uh, no. Hold on one sec. Hey, Daniel, somebody brought you a dessert.

Amber: Oh.

Daniel: Oh, well, I'd be willing to bet that's my mom trying to make up for burning the damn turkey.

Amber: (Laughs)

Michael: Yes, dessert. More.

Man: Are you Daniel Romalotti?

Daniel: Uh, yeah.

Man: You've been served.

Daniel: Thank you.

Amber: How did he know you were here?

Michael: (Sighs) You've been subpoenaed to appear before the grand jury.

Daniel: Perfect.

Neil: All right, here we go. Happy Thanksgiving. Thank you so much for your help. You got that? All right. Ladies and gentlemen, the kitchen is officially closed.

Devon: Whoo! We did it.

J.T.: All right.

Lily: Yes. I mean, I have volunteered at soup kitchens before, but putting on your own is just--

Cane: Is a lot of work, isn't it?

Lily: Yes.

Neil: You know, I would like to thank the generous support of my backers-- the Chancellors, the Newmans, and right on time, the Abbotts.

Lily: (Chuckles)

Neil: Hey, Jack, you sure you don't want to join us for Thanksgiving dinner?

Jack: You know what? I already ate, but thanks for letting me take food to a friend.

Neil: Sure, sure. Well, thank you for your generous help and support.

Jack: You bet, Neil. Happy Thanksgiving, everybody.

Lily: Happy Thanksgiving!

Mac: Happy Thanksgiving.

Neil: Bye.

Cane: Thank you.

J.T.: Well, I guess I'd better get out of here, too.

Mac: No, don't. Stay and eat.

Cane: Come on. We got some, uh, turkey sandwiches.

Lily: Yeah, I hear a drumstick calling your name.

Mac: Mmm!

J.T.: Oh, well, in that case, I guess I could stay a while.

Neil: I'll tell you what, though. Before we bring out the food, I'd like to say grace.

Lily: Okay, yeah.

Neil: Okay, all right, everybody want to join hands? (Sighs) Lord, we ask you now that you remember those who are less fortunate than us. To the men and women here and abroad separated from their families, defending our country, Lord, we ask in your name that you keep them safe and bring them home soon. I want to thank my family-- my son, who makes me proud every day, my daughter, who is a shining example of courage and faith, and my son-in-law, who stepped up when it mattered most and proved that people really do deserve a second chance. I know I didn't make it easy for you.

Cane: Uh, no, you didn't. (Chuckles)

Neil: And, lord, we also remember those who are no longer with us who are forever in our hearts.

Lily: Yeah, Mom, Colleen and her dad.

Neil: And we're also grateful and thankful to good friends, those which are here today giving us help and hope. Lord, we ask in your name, may we continue to be blessed. Amen.

All: Amen.

Neil: Amen.

Billy: So what's next on the agenda, huh? Want to watch a little football at the trailer? Or I taped the Thanksgiving Day parade. It's ladies' choice. What do you want to do, huh? What do you want to do?

(Door opens)

Billy: Look at that. Oh.

Victoria: What, no family on Thanksgiving? Did they wise up to you?

Billy: Where's your hubby? Leave him in New York?

Reed: Hi, baby.

Victoria: No, actually, he's volunteering at Indigo.

Billy: Oh. Well, I was there. He wasn't.

Victoria: Come on, Sweetie. Let's go get you a hot--

Reed: Oh, Mom, can I play with her?

Billy: Of course you can play with her. Come here. Say hi to Delia. You want to know how to make her smile? You go peek-a-boo! (Laughs) Oh, a hug works, too.

Victoria: (Chuckles)

Billy: (Chuckles)

Victoria: You could play peek-a-boo with her. Go ahead.

Reed: Peek-a-boo.

Billy: (Chuckles) Funny kid.

Victoria: (Chuckles) He is funny.

Billy: Give me five. Five! Want to give her five? Five! Yeah! (Chuckles) Good work.

Amber: Why would anyone do this on Thanksgiving? It's so mean.

Kevin: Dude, this sucks.

Michael: Some process servers enjoy being creative.

Jana: God, what kind of a person could enjoy someone else's pain?

Lauren: I just cannot believe they came to our home.

Amber: So what ex-exactly does this mean? Does this mean that Daniel's being charged for Ray Elkins' murder?

Daniel: I told you this was gonna happen.

Michael: Since Ryder's confession was negated by his alibi, they're investigating the murder again, looking to indict someone.

Daniel: And I'm it.

Ryder: What about the red light camera picture? My alibi? What if they find out you're the person in it?

Daisy: They won't. But we have to be careful.

Adam: Thanks again for a great day.

Sharon: Let's do it again.

Adam: I would like that.

Nick: Now this is beautiful, Sweetheart.

Phyllis: Yeah, it's amazing. It's brilliant artwork. I'll put it on the fridge.

Summer: Can I go outside?

Phyllis: Yeah. Let's go outside. Pinecones, lizards, whatever. Give Daddy some alone time. You okay with that, Daddy?

Nick: Sure. Thanks.

Phyllis: Let's go. Let's go. All right.

[Nick remembering]

Sharon: I really like the-- the spot that you picked for her. It was-- it was really lovely by the stream, and that water was so clear.

Nick: I liked how peaceful it was. Maybe it's like that where Faith is now.

Sharon: I want that for her.

Nick: It feels like we did it right this time.

Sharon: It does. Now I can move on.

(Door closes)

Nick: Hey.

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