Y&R Transcript Wednesday 12/2/09 -- Canada; Thursday 12/3/09 -- U.S.A.
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Chance: Hey, did you guys save us some seats?
Nina: Yeah, well...
Nina: I don't think it would be a problem. You are the star of the show.
Murphy: Now this little lady may just steal the spotlight.
Chance: I know. I know. Isn't she gorgeous?
Chance: Looks great, doesn't it?
Jill: Yes, you look lovely.
Chloe: Thank you. It was actually a gift from Chance.
Kay: Oh, I'm here. I'm here.
Chance: There she is.
Kay: Oh, my goodness.
Chance: Come here. How are you?
Kay: Oh, be still my heart. Look at you.
Chance: I wasn't sure you were gonna be able to make it.
Kay: Well, you don't think the mayor would give you a medal of valor, uh, before I could get here, do you?
Kay: Otherwise I'd make him do it all over again.
Chloe: Oh, yeah, that would be fun. He'd love that.
Chance: Yeah, well, I'm a little uncomfortable with all this exposure.
Nina: Yeah, well, we're lucky he even told us about it.
Jill: We are so proud of you, honey. I know your father wishes he could be here.
Nina: (Quietly) Isn't that the guy?
Chloe: Guy? Oh, that's the new D.A. You know, he's the one who chewed out Chance when, uh, Patty escaped St. Jude's.
Nina: It'd be nice to watch him eat his words.
Owen: Detective Chancellor, how are you?
Chance: I'm well. Thank you, Mr. Pomerantz. Congratulations on your appointment to D.A.
Owen: Oh, thank you. I'm sure we'll be working even closer now.
Chance: I hope so. Uh, I believe you know my grandmother.
Owen: Mrs. Abbott, of course.
Owen: Mrs. Chancellor, welcome.
Kay: Owen, how are you?
Chance: This is my--
Owen: Come and talk to the chief.
Chloe: Well, uh--oh! Hi. Oh, hey. (Chuckles)
Chloe: So much for, uh, stealin' the spotlight.
Murphy: You okay?
Chloe: Yeah, I'm okay. I'm a stylist. I'm used to that, you know? I fade away into the background.
Kay: (Chuckles) Oh, stop.
Chloe: Mm. I don't care. It's fine.
Chance: You're not gonna make me go through this alone, are you?
Chloe: Excuse me.
Mac: I'm sorry.
Billy: No, don't be sorry. Just don't do that. Don't think those thoughts.
Mac: We have to face reality.
Billy: What? This isn't real, the way you feel here with me? Look, we disagree sometimes. It doesn't matter, as long as we end up right back here, okay?
Mac: Billy, I can't. I can't.
Kevin: Just tell the grand jury everything you know.
Ryder: That's not much. I mean, it was Deacon's plan. I was on a need-to-know basis.
Kevin: He never even hinted at who the murderer was?
Ryder: (Scoffs) Deacon wasn't gonna trust me with that, if he even knew himself.
Kevin: Oh, he knew. I mean, he gave you all the details about what happened in the alley, right? For your confession.
Kevin: So tell that to the grand jury. Make them wonder how Deacon knows so much. Make 'em think that he's the guy they should be looking at.
Ryder: Deacon has an alibi. A-and anyway, he can just say he got the information from Amber.
Ryder: I'm not trying to freak you out, Kevin. It's just--
Kevin: Look, I'm already freaked out. I mean, my best friend is on the hook for murder. Just go in there and spill your guts, you know? And--and try and raise some reasonable doubt.
Ryder: Yeah. Okay.
Kevin: Thanks. And that's all I can ask.
Ryder: (Sighs) I can't tell him what he wants.
Jana: That's surprising. You're usually so good at that.
Michael: All right. Well done. Well done. Better luck next time, counselor. All right, we'll get together at the end of the week. We'll file these papers, and you, sir, will be done.
(Cell phone rings)
Heather: Heather Stevens. Oh, hi, Nancy. Yes, please. Some good news. Excellent. Yeah, that'll definitely wipe the smug look off Baldwin's face. Well, there is a grand jury hearing tomorrow. It wasn't exactly necessary, but you know Owen, so as soon as it's over, we will put that arrest warrant to good use. Okay, thanks, Nancy.
Michael: What arrest warrant?
Heather: Were you spying on me?
Michael: You filed for an arrest warrant on Daniel Romalotti before the grand jury testimony.
Heather: No, no, no. No, you misunderstood.
Michael: Oh, did I misunderstand you? Let's call Nancy. Let's have her clarify, shall we?
Heather: O-okay, fine. Fine. I have a warrant, and as soon as the grand jury indicts your client, he's going back to jail.
Amber: Here, let me-- I'll--I'll--
Phyllis: No, I-I have it. Thank you.
Amber: Okay, that was really good, by the way.
Phyllis: Are--are you just saying that because of the thanksgiving debacle? I mean...
Daniel: No, you just really came through. I mean, now I know what I'd want for my last meal.
Phyllis: Daniel, don't do that.
Daniel: Come on, do what? We've been--we've been avoiding the subject all night long. There is a possibility that I may go back to jail.
Phyllis: No. No, there's not. No, there's not. (Clears throat)
Daniel: What... (Laughs) What's that--the--
Amber: What? What?
Daniel: The look. What's the look? What's the deal?
Amber: Nothing. Nothing.
Phyllis: No, we're just positive things are gonna work out for you.
Amber: Yeah, we'll make sure of it.
Daniel: I wish you guys could. Okay, no, no, no, no. There it is again. What's goin' on?
Phyllis: (Chuckles) Nothing.
Amber: Your mother has an idea.
Phyllis: No, no, no, I don't. No I don't have one.
Amber: I think he will be reassured.
Phyllis: I don't think he needs reassuring.
Daniel: Well, yes, I do. I would love to be reassured.
Amber: (Sighs) If--if things aren't really...
Amber: Working out legally for us, then we could leave.
Daniel: What do you mean, "leave"?
Amber: Leave the country. Your mom would pay for it.
Phyllis: (Scoffs) Thank you.
Daniel: Wait, you want me to run?
Phyllis: No. No. No, I don't, unless it's your only option.
Daniel: Oh, my God. You actually think that I'm gonna get convicted.
Phyllis: No. No.
Daniel: You--yeah, you do. Look at the two of you. You guys are freakin' out. You think that I'm toast.
Amber: No, you're not toast. It's just--
Phyllis: I'm not freaking out.
Daniel: (Scoffs) Well, I kinda am now.
Phyllis: Daniel. Daniel.
Amber: Daniel, where are-- Daniel, where are you going? (Sighs)
Phyllis: Why'd you do that?
Amber: We needed to tell him.
Phyllis: No, "we" did not need to tell him. We needed to ease him into the subject slowly at some point, not blurt it out. Why did I think you could be subtle?
Amber: Oh, enough with the digs, all right? If we are too busy fighting with each other, then Daniel re-- really will be toast.
Phyllis: I don't want to fight with you, Amber. I don't want to fight with you, okay? You're married to my son.
Amber: It would be nice if you could say it without gritting your teeth.
Phyllis: Well... (Sighs)
Amber: No, you know-- no. I don't need you to like me. In fact, I don't care. I just need you to work with me.
Phyllis: Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, I'm not workin' with you. You're working with me.
Amber: Oh, and what would that difference be?
Phyllis: I'm in charge.
Amber: Oh, because I would screw it up, right? Go ahead. Just--just say it, Phyllis. Just get it all out of your system right now.
Phyllis: Well, yeah. Yeah, you'd screw it up. You just chased him out of the room. Hello? You know, y-y-you're--you're-- you're impulsive. You're impulsive. You lack judgment. You rush things.
Amber: Just like the wedding.
Phyllis: Well, yes. Yes. Now that you bring it up, Amber, just like the wedding. That wasn't spontaneous. That was--that was a-- a quick move. You know, Deacon wouldn't even be in my son's life if it weren't for you.
Amber: Oh, I-is there anything else then?
Phyllis: Yes! You look at my son exactly like I look at Nick, like he's the only man in the room.
Ryder: You still think I'm playing Kevin for the fool?
Jana: No. I think you're the fool. Your brother Kevin is offering you something that you've never had before, isn't he? A real friendship, real loyalty. And what are you doin', Ryder? You're bloody blowing him off.
Ryder: I'm not.
Jana: You're not? Well, then why don't you take this chance? Why don't you prove that Kevin is right? How about you prove that you're more than just a con man? How about you prove that you're more than just a snake?
Ryder: All I can do is tell the truth.
Jana: Yes, so why don't you?
Ryder: I am. Y-you know as much as I do.
Jana: Who was the woman in the car the night of the murder?
Ryder: She's got nothing to do with this.
Jana: No? So then would it bother you if I went and asked her myself then?
Ryder: I don't want her to be badgered the way I've been.
Jana: (Sighs) Tell me something, Ryder. This woman that you're protecting-- does she defend you the same way that Kevin does? Hmm? Does she protect you the way that he does? (Sighs) Like I said, a bloody fool.
Kevin: I've been talking to him about it. He says there's nothing more he can tell us.
Daniel: We'll see about that.
Mac: I have an appointment at the fertility clinic tomorrow, remember?
Billy: What would you say if I told you I was fine with that?
Mac: I would say that you're desperate, and you're saying things you don't mean.
Billy: What if I meant it?
Mac: In my perfect world, you would get over what Cane did and support me through this, maybe--maybe even hold my hand in the delivery room.
Billy: Well, I wouldn't have to go stroller shopping with Cane, would I?
Mac: I don't need you to be his friend. I need you to be mine. Could you look me in the eye and tell me that you could do that?
Heather: Look, Michael, don't be so shocked. We have the same evidence as we've had all along, and it was enough before to get a warrant.
Michael: Yeah. Oh, yeah. Yeah, it was, but that was before someone else confessed.
Heather: And recanted.
Michael: It was also before Daniel tracked down that stolen painting and had it sent back to the museum.
Heather: Doesn't absolve him of murder.
Michael: No, but it sure as hell indicates more to the story. Look, if you were doing your job, you would be using the grand jury for what it was intended-- you know, to shine some light on the truth, not just to rubber-stamp your own biased conclusions.
Heather: I'll see you tomorrow, counselor.
Michael: You-- does your boss know you're doing this?
Heather: Owen will be fully supportive.
Michael: (Chuckles) Bull. Bull! He'll be furious. He wanted to do this by the book. You went behind his back.
Heather: Okay, look, this might surprise you, um, but Owen is a pretty big fan of, uh, putting away criminals, especially murderers.
Michael: Really? Well, he hasn't been a very big fan of yours lately, has he? Yeah, that's right. I've heard. Ooh, and this is gonna push him over the edge-- prosecutorial misconduct, and on a murder case. And the defendant just happens to be the stepson of Nicholas Newman, and given your rather contentious history with that family, bingo!
Heather: (Clears throat) That's beneath you, Michael.
Michael: (Sighs) Yeah, you're right. Ahh, but think of what someone like Billy Abbott would do with a story like this. You know, over there at "Restless Style," they just live for this kind of stuff, all that juicy innuendo.
Heather: Okay, look, causing problems for me might be your idea of a good time, but it's still not gonna help your client.
Michael: You know what would help my client? To know what Deacon Sharpe and Ryder Callahan are gonna say to the grand jury tomorrow.
Heather: That testimony is sealed.
Michael: Yeah. But you could get transcripts. Oh, come on. Come on. Nobody has to know. Just like nobody has to know how you screwed up jumping the gun on that warrant.
Phyllis: Hey, uh, Michael, I need you.
Phyllis: Should you be doing that?
Michael: What? (Sighs)
Phyllis: Angering the woman who holds the future of my son in her hands. I mean, usually, I'd be all for it, but... this is where you tell me that you can take care of a woman like Heather.
Michael: I know exactly how to handle Heather.
Amber: And you've spent hours coaching Daniel, so he knows exactly how to handle her, right?
Michael: Yeah. He's as ready as he's gonna be.
Phyllis: Good. Is it enough to keep him out of jail?
Murphy: Boy, they do make a good-looking couple, don't they?
Kay: Mm, I didn't think she'd feel at ease in this environment, but, uh, she's doing very, very well.
Jill: Oh, please. She's a chameleon, okay? So she can blend in. Doesn't make her any less a lizard.
Kay: Jill, that is not fair.
Kay: Stop it. Stop.
Nina: She cares about him. I'll give her that. But it doesn't mean that she's the right woman for him.
Murphy: That's not up to us.
Kay: You know, exactly. Now come on. Let's not make the same mistakes that we did with Phillip.
Chloe: Okay, you guys can stop talking about me now. I can hear you.
Kay: (Chuckles) Oh, ho.
Owen: Welcome, all. Thank you for coming. I want to particularly thank the mayor, Police Chief Krandall and Chief Boyle, the chief of detectives, for being here this evening. This is a very special night for all of us as we honor the bravery of this young man-- detective Phillip Chancellor IV. You know, in reviewing your file, Detective, I could not be more impressed. Everything you do, you go all out-- multiple tours of duty in Iraq, and then you come home and decide to serve your community in the same way you served your country. He was not even on duty the night he risked his life to stop a robbery in progress. I guess heroism is just a way of life for you, Detective. On behalf of the D.A.'s office, I am very pleased and proud to award you this commendation for service above and beyond the line of duty. Congratulations.
Man: All right, this one's for the newspaper.
Chance: Uh, wait. Uh, wait. S-sorry. One second. Come on.
Chloe: Um, no, no, no. This is your moment. Stop it.
Chance: If it's my moment, then I get what I want. I want you. Come on.
Chance: Come here. Okay, ready.
Man: All right, smile.
(Camera shutter clicks)
Man: Uh, one more.
(Camera shutter clicks)
Chance: Can I get a copy of that?
Man: Yeah, sure thing.
Chance: Great. Thank you very much. That wasn't so bad, was it?
Chloe: No. This is nice. Shiny.
Heather: I missed it. I am--
Heather: I am so sorry.
Chance: No, no, it's fine. Don't--don't worry about it. Don't worry about it. It's fine. It's okay. Thank you for coming.
Heather: Of course. Of course.
Chance: Um, do you know my girlfriend Chloe?
Heather: Yes, we do. Nice to see you.
Chloe: Yeah, good to see you, too, yeah.
Chance: Um, so we're all headed back to the house to celebrate. Uh, are you able to stop by at least?
Heather: I'd love to. Um, but I can't. I have to get back to a hearing. I'll call you tomorrow, though, because I have some questions for the Hoffman case.
Chance: Okay, great. Sure thing.
Heather: Okay. Congratulations.
Chance: Thank you. Appreciate it.
Chance: You know, you're cute when you're jealous.
Chance: What do you mean?
Chloe: What do you mean? Come on. I'm just staking my claim.
Chance: Uh-huh, staking your claim? You want to plant a flag in me, too?
Chloe: Oh, I'll plant one on you.
Chance: Oh. Mm.
Billy: It feels like no matter what I say, you're not gonna believe me.
Mac: I just don't want you making a bunch of empty promises.
Billy: They're not empty. Okay, I admit there are gonna be days when I'm not thrilled that you're carrying around some other guy's child, okay? It's--it's a lot to ask.
Mac: I know.
Billy: So why don't you cut me some slack?
Mac: We're gonna have to define "slack."
Billy: Well, we can do that.
Mac: But if it means that tomorrow you're gonna go right back to picking fights with Cane and trashing people I love in "Restless Style," then that's it.
Billy: I'm not gonna do that tomorrow. I'm busy tomorrow. (Growls)
Mac: Can you-- can you be serious, please?
Billy: I am being serious. I'm in it to win it, Mac. I-I'm not givin' up, not ever. We've been through too much. We're gonna get through this, okay? (Cell phone rings)
Mac: It's the clinic.
Billy: You should take it. See? I'm being supportive.
Mac: (Chuckles) Hello? Hi. It--it's me, yeah. I'll be there.
Billy: Hey, Kelly. Um, hmm.
Kelly: As far as you know. (Chuckles) I'm headed to the airport. Going back to New York.
Billy: Yeah? Well, hey, let me walk you out. I'll--come on.
Kelly: Oh, no, no. That's okay. I don't want to interrupt. But I was thinking that maybe when I'm home over Christmas, we could--
Billy: Y-yeah, Christmas. You know, that--that--that-- it's gonna be tough this year. (Clears throat)
Kelly: Mm, really?
Kelly: That's too bad, because I was thinking maybe we could pick up where we left off. You know, maybe somewhere a little more comfortable than a loading dock. (Whispers) Not that that wasn't fun.
Billy: Yeah, I, uh... (Clears throat)
Kelly: (Sighs) (Normal voice) My name, my number.
Mac: You slept with her.
Billy: Um... I was depressed. I didn't--
Mac: Please don't tell me any more.
Billy: It was nothing.
Mac: I know what it was, Billy.
Billy: Look, I-I was-- I was afraid I lost you and Jack and CeeCee and everyone, and I just wanted to stop feeling for a minute, and I know it was stupid, but it didn't mean anything.
Mac: Please stop talking.
Billy: Just--just stop, okay? Just--we were this close. Just-- come on. What we have is so much more important than just a bad decision.
Mac: It wasn't just a bad decision, Billy. It's who you are. It's what you do when things don't go your way, and you want to be the man that I rely on?
Billy: I'm the man that you love.
Mac: The man that I love doesn't exist anymore.
Kevin: Hey, hey. Do not tear into him.
Daniel: Why do you keep protecting him?
Kevin: I'm protecting you. He's gonna help you tomorrow because I asked him to, but if you go and get all up in his face--
Daniel: How do you know that he's gonna help me, huh? How do you know that he's not still workin' for Deacon?
Kevin: Deacon? The guy who let him rot in prison? He got played by Deacon, just like you did. When are you gonna realize you two actually have a lot in common?
Jana: We can't trust him when he's withholding this much information.
Kevin: Fine. Fine. We'll get him to sit in here and go over all of this again.
Daniel: But you just said not to.
Kevin: No, I just said don't be a jerk about it. Look, I want answers, too. And just so you know, I made it perfectly clear if he does not come through for you tomorrow, he's lost a brother.
Daniel: You still got my back.
Kevin: Don't be stupid. Of course I do. Hey, Ryder. Come here for a sec, pal.
Michael: If Daniel is arrested again--
Phyllis: Wait, wait. Wait a second. Wait a second. What happened to "don't expect the worst"? Something has changed. Why aren't you telling me?
Michael: If he's arrested again, it's not the worst. The case still may never go to trial. Uh, I could ask for the charges to be dismissed.
Michael: We could be looking for new evidence. There are--
Phyllis: We have looked. We have looked for new evidence. Those bastards have hidden it so well. (Sighs)
Amber: (Sighs) Okay, um, I-if that's what they're gonna do, I-if they--they're gonna arrest him, how much time do we have before they do that?
Michael: I expect them to move fairly quickly.
Amber: Okay, but then he'd be right out on bail again, right?
Phyllis: Oh, hopefully?
Michael: Hopefully. All right. Um... (sighs) It depends on the judge. Daniel has a history as a flight risk.
Amber: Where do they think he's gonna go? It's not like he's-- he's what's-his-name who went to France.
Michael: Well, all right, what's-his-name who went to France happened to be a French citizen.
Amber: Okay, whatev-- well, then they would just send him right back to the U.S., right? Unless he went someplace that they don't extradite to the U.S.? Like, uh, I-I don't know.
Phyllis: Y-you've never known anyone to do that, right? No one has ever done that.
Amber: No, but if--if they were gonna do that, like...
Amber: Where--where would be the--
Amber: Well, I'm-- I'm saying hypothetically.
Michael: Stop. Don't. Stop. Stop thinking of it. (Quietly) Either of you, stop it now.
Murphy: There you go.
Nina: Oh, hi.
Chloe: So, um, Mom took Delia Christmas shopping.
Murphy: Well, I guess that makes this date night.
Chloe: Mm. So, uh, how do you feel? Are you--you okay?
Chance: I feel great.
Chance: I feel great.
Kay: Chance, congratulations on the honor. I'm sure there's many more to come.
Nina: I just hope the rest don't involve risking your life.
Kay: Ahh, hear, hear.
Jill: You know, I would say that you're a credit to your family, but I don't think your family can take credit for you.
Kay: (Chuckles) No.
Jill: It honestly boggles my mind, Chance, that for a baby that was born into the kind of strife and conflict you were, you've turned out to be a man with this tremendous strength of character. From an adorable little boy to a man we all look up to.
Chance: Thank you, Grandma.
Chance: Come here.
Chance: Come here.
Jill: Oh, I love you, honey.
Chance: I love you, too.
Nina: Well, it doesn't surprise me a bit. I've always known how amazing you are.
Chance: Mom, stop. Stop.
Chance: Look, I just, first and foremost, just want to say thank you to all of you for being there tonight. It's nice having your own cheering section.
Chance: Um, I especially want to thank Chloe. Yes, that's right. I'm sure all of you at this point have probably figured out that, uh, she means a lot to me. And it meant a lot having you there tonight with me.
Chloe: It meant a lot to me, too. It did.
Billy: Come on, you're just mad right now.
Mac: I'm not mad. I know that you can't help it.
Billy: Of course I can help it. I just need a reason, okay? I need you.
Mac: Really? You're gonna change for me? Like you changed for Chloe and Delia?
Billy: That's not fair. That was different.
Mac: (Scoffs) right. I suppose Sharon wasn't meeting you in loading docks.
Billy: You can't-- you can't just walk out on me.
Mac: I didn't-- I didn't think that I would be able to because there were too many memories and too much love, but I guess it'll be easier now. I mean, hey, what you did, it's kind of a gift. I can finally let you go.
Michael: Where is Daniel?
Phyllis: We don't know.
Michael: Where is he?
Amber: Really, we-- we don't know.
Phyllis: Listen, we suggested that he might want to think about leaving the country.
Michael: You--you don't-- you don't do that!
Amber: Yeah, that was pretty much his reaction.
Phyllis: Yeah, he doesn't want to do it. He doesn't want to do it, Michael. But, honestly, if it comes to that, I will send him.
Michael: It would be the worst possible thing for him to do.
Phyllis: Really? No. 25 years to life is the worst possible thing for him, compared to sittin' under some palm trees somewhere.
Michael: A palm tree somewhere? Where? Where?
Phyllis: I don't know. Some tropical island that doesn't have an extradition treaty.
Michael: Oh, all right. No extradition treaty. You know where you're talking? Somalia, okay? Rwanda. Iran. Those are your options.
Amber: Well, you know, we really haven't thought it all the way through.
Michael: Do you think?! (Quietly) Look, if Daniel's caught at the border or in the airport, which he most likely will be, all presumption of innocence is gone, totally shot to hell!
Phyllis: They don't care! They don't care that he's innocent. They want a conviction!
Phyllis: They want a conviction. Heather wants another notch on her belt, all right? And then my son's life is over. So you tell me what to do. I will do anything. I will say anything. (Voice breaking) But what I--what I will not do is sit back and watch them railroad my son.
Daniel: How did Elkins meet Deacon?
Ryder: I don't know.
Kevin: But that's how you knew Deacon, right? Through Elkins?
Daniel: Was Elkins afraid of Deacon?
Daniel: The night in the alley, when we realized that someone else was there, Elkins was scared. I mean, he knew that somebody had it in for him.
Ryder: N-no, Deacon wasn't the third man.
Jana: Yeah, he could have sent somebody else, though.
Ryder: I don't know anything about that.
Kevin: Look, we're just trying to figure out their relationship. How did they get on?
Ryder: I didn't spend any more time around these guys than I needed to.
Jana: Oh, looks like you're gettin' a touch upset.
Ryder: Well, it's a lot of pressure.
Daniel: (Chuckles) You think they're not gonna ask you these same questions tomorrow?
Kevin: Okay, I-if not Deacon, was there anybody else that Elkins was afraid of?
Daisy: Whatever he says, he's totally lying.
Kay: (Sighs) (Sighs) (Sighs)
Chloe: Hey, where is Chance?
Kay: Uh, talking to Phillip.
Chloe: Oh, okay.
Kay: Nina finally got her video conferencing fixed on her laptop.
Kay: Uh, where's your purse?
Chloe: I don't--I don't know. I can't find it. I think I left it at work, and I hate not having my phone when I'm, you know, with Delia and all, so...
Kay: Well, darling, call Billy. Have him bring it over. I'm sorry. Last time Billy was here, I...
Chloe: No, you-- actually, Chance and I worked that you thanks to you.
Kay: You mean to say my advice actually was helpful?
Chloe: I know, right?
Chloe: Actually, it was very helpful. It was spot-on, like always.
Chloe: And you were right. I just had to 'fess up... (sighs) and tell him how I felt.
Kay: Well, we know how he feels. The way he spoke about you tonight.
Chloe: I know. He just looks at me like-- like no one else has ever looked at me. And it's... (inhales) I'm just not used to it. (Chuckles)
Kay: I'm so happy for you.
Chloe: (Chuckles) Thank you.
Kay: Get your purse.
Chloe: Yes, okay. Mwah. I'll be right back.
Kay: Be careful.
Nina: Chloe leaving?
Kay: Um, oh, she's, uh, she went to, uh, get her purse.
Murphy: Oh, at the ceremony?
Kay: No, no. At the "Restless" office.
Jill: Well. (Chuckles) How convenient.
Kay: What are you talking about?
Jill: (Scoffs) She just happens to forget her purse somewhere where she's gonna conveniently find Billy working late, alone, fresh off his breakup with Mac? Please.
Kay: Are you implying that she's going to try and take advantage?
Jill: (Sighs) She's just a tiny little shark smelling blood in the water.
Kay: Oh, I thought she was a lizard. (Chuckles)
Nina: I-I really hope Jill's wrong, but, you know.
Kay: Nina, now you said Chloe's feelings for Chance were real tonight. You said that.
Nina: Yes, but I also know how badly she wanted to get back together with Billy.
Murphy: That's understandable. He's the father of her child.
Kay: Do you know what? She's gonna prove the three of you wrong.
Daniel: Do you know something about this guy that we don't?
Daisy: Yeah. Nobody told you that he sent a rat to Lauren on your wedding night.
Daniel: (Laughs) What?
Daisy: Yeah. So disgusting. Gift wrapped.
Ryder: I didn't do that.
Daisy: I'd take Lauren and Michael's word over yours any day.
Ryder: You don't even know me.
Daniel: Wait a minute. How come I didn't hear about this?
Kevin: Because it was your wedding. Nobody wanted to freak you out.
Daisy: Ryder did.
Kevin: Okay, that's enough outta you.
Jana: Okay, no more arguing. Let's stop. Um, how about some coffee, Daisy?
Daisy: Just don't let me near the burner.
Jana: Oh, yeah. Is your arm all right?
Kevin: Sorry about that.
Ryder: Whatever. I'm gettin' used to it.
Michael: The best thing you can do for Daniel is to let me handle this. I'm gonna do everything--
Michael: Phyllis, I'm gonna do everything I can, everything possible. I'm gonna do what I'd do if he were my son.
Michael: Are you hearing me?
Amber: Well, at least Deacon and Ryder have to, um, testify, so maybe they'll let something slip. (Sighs)
Phyllis: It doesn't matter if they do. Grand jury testimony is sealed.
Amber: No, it's-- it's gotta be recorded somewhere, though, right? Um, somewhere that-- that Kevin could maybe, um, find a computer and-- and--and hack into it?
Michael: I'm sorry. Would you mind not recruiting my brother to commit more crime? My hands are kind of full right now. All right, you two go home.
Michael: I've got this.
Kevin: Look, Ryder knows how important it is to me that he help Daniel.
Jana: Look, he is not gonna tell you if he decides to screw Daniel over. His testimony is secret, Kevin. Well, it's not like heather Stevens is gonna confide in you.
Kevin: Would you just admit that there is a chance he is gonna point the finger at Deacon? And if he does, then the reason, the only reason, is because of me, because I stood by him, which would make what I did a good thing, right?
Ryder: Crimson Lights.
Daisy: Don't let 'em know it's me.
Ryder: What the hell was that before?
Daisy: Oh, gosh, you're welcome. I didn't know you were enjoying the conversation so much or I wouldn't have interrupted. We should go over what you're gonna say tomorrow in front of the grand jury.
Ryder: Oh, no, you, too? Give me a break. (Sighs)
Phyllis: Okay. Okay, listen, running away is a bad idea. I'm sorry I brought it up. And I'm sorry I put Amber in the middle.
Daniel: Whoa. (Laughs) Did you just apologize to Amber?
Phyllis: Oh... (Chuckles)
Amber: We're actually kind of on the same page for once.
Phyllis: For now. For now.
Amber: Where'd you go?
Daniel: I went to see if I could get anything else out of Ryder.
Amber: Really? After Michael told you not to?
Daniel: We are not gonna have this conversation after you just got done going to Deacon.
Phyllis: No, no, no. Daniel, you're not gonna do that again. Trust Michael. Do what he says. He has your best interests at heart. In fact, I think he has something up his sleeve.
Heather: What are you doing here, Michael?
Michael: I just wanted to make sure we had an understanding.
Heather: Okay, fine, you want to tell Owen about the warrant? Be my guest. I don't think that he'll have a problem with it. But even if he did, the last thing I'm gonna do is make things worse by giving you grand jury testimony. I could be disbarred.
Michael: Is that your final word on the subject?
Heather: No, no, it's not. These are-- "Go to hell."
Murphy: Katherine, more cider?
Kay: Oh, thank you, darling.
Chance: Mom, thank you.
Nina: Oh, isn't that cool? The webcam?
Chance: Yeah. Yeah.
Jill: Yeah, and I thought Phillip looked good.
Chance: He did. He did. It was a relief, actually.
Chance: Um, where'd Chloe go?
Kay: Oh, she went to get her purse. She, uh, left it at, uh, "Restless Style."
Chance: Is there more champagne?
Murphy: Oh, yeah, right here.
Jill: (Sighs) Wish we had a webcam at "Restless Style" right now.
Mac: Billy, I can't.
Billy: Do you remember when we were kids and we got stuck on that elevator? And we realized that, uh, what we thought was over wasn't?
Mac: Well, this is exactly the opposite, because it is over.
Billy: You're gettin' all spun up over something that doesn't matter.
Mac: I am so sad for you. You know how to make yourself feel better, but you have no idea how to be happy.
Billy: Well, I do when I'm with you.
(Elevator door opens)
Billy: I don't want to hear it.
Chloe: I just came to get my purse. You okay?
Billy: No, I'm not.
Chloe: Oh. I'm sorry.
Billy: I think I'd rather hear you gloat.
Chloe: (Chuckles) Well, I'm not in the mood. Not tonight, but, uh, hang in there, buddy.
Billy: Wait, you're really just gonna walk off and let me wallow here? Don't you think you should buy me a drink or something?
Chloe: (Chuckles) Um, no. I-I can't.
Billy: You got plans.
Chloe: That's not it.
Chloe: I just don't love you anymore.
Billy: (Chuckles) Yeah.
Next on "The Young and The Restless"...
Kay: Tell me why you think I should invite you in on my I.P.O.
Jack: I'm going to let somebody else do my talking for me.
Heather: Unless you take the stand this minute, you'll be held in contempt.
Daniel: I can't go back to jail, Michael. I just can't do it again.
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