Y&R Transcript Monday 12/28/09 -- Canada; Tuesday 12/29/09 -- USA
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Michael: Hmm? Mm.
Lauren: Mm. Mm.
Michael: (Exhales) What was that for? Um, not that I'm complaining, mind you.
Lauren: Well, with everything that's going on this Christmas, I didn't get a chance to thank you for my gifts.
Michael: Oh. So I did good, huh?
Lauren: (Chuckles) You did unbelievable. I mean, decorating my office like-- that's not something I would do for myself. And the trip to Paris-- I... (Chuckles) (Sighs)
Michael: So not too cliché?
Lauren: Mm, you know, I'll find a way to deal with it. And the carwash coupons-- genius!
Michael: Yes, yes, that was...
Lauren: Love it.
Michael: A brilliant idea on my part. I must agree.
Lauren: Yes, you have brilliant ideas all the time. (Laughs) Mm. Mm. Did you clear the day?
Michael: Did you?
Lauren: I did. You know what? We should turn off our phones, just in case.
Michael: Oh, man.
Lauren: Yeah. Okay.
Michael: Two, three, and...
Michael: (Sighs) (Chuckles) Get out of here.
Lauren: (Laughs) What are you doing?
Michael: (Growls) Listen, you.
Michael: (Sighs) This is amazing. A whole day and night...
Michael: Alone. Okay, ge--
Lauren: Oh, shh! (Whispers) You're gonna jinx it. Mm.
Phyllis: Uh, Sweetheart, I think I saw them down here-- those purple socks.
Nick: I want you. I want you to help me with this. (Gasps)
(Cell phone rings)
Phyllis: Hey. Where are you?
Nick: Sorry I didn't call last night. I didn't want to wake up you or Summer.
Phyllis: Why didn't you come home?
Nick: (Sighs) I got a call from traffic control. They lost contact with the Newman jet as it was coming back to Genoa City, and they don't know where it is.
Phyllis: But Sharon--
Nick: Yeah, Sharon was on the plane. So was Adam.
Phyllis: Oh, my God.
Nick: I'm here now. I'm at the airport district office. I'm waiting to talk to the F.A.A. I just can't--
Man: Mr. Newman?
Nick: Uh, I gotta go. I'll call you right back.
Man: Uh, we're getting reports there's smoke out near a wildlife reserve.
Nick: Smoke like from a plane crash?
Man: Uh, it could be. We're sending somebody out there to find out, see if there are any survivors.
Adam: Kenny? How far to the highway?
Kenny: About a mile. Can she walk?
Adam: No, she can barely stand. She--she hit her head pretty hard.
Kenny: Okay. Pete and I will go. We'll bring back some help.
Adam: Okay. It's okay. I've got you. I got you.
Sharon: (Sobbing) (Breathing heavily) Aah!
Adam: I'm so sorry.
Cane: Hey. Hey, Sweetie. Hey.
Neil: Hey, Lily. How are you feeling?
Lily: (Sighs) You called him?
Cane: Of course I called him.
Neil: Hey, Dr. Kershaw. Good to see you. What's the latest?
Dr. Kershaw: The fever's being caused by an infection.
Lily: What? An--an infection? I've--I've been so careful.
Dr. Kershaw: We noticed you had a hangnail on your finger.
Lily: You're kidding me. That caused this?
Dr. Kershaw: When your body has little or no immune system-- we'll get you started again on antibiotics.
Lily: (Sighs) Great. So I'm gonna spend the holidays in a hospital bed. Well, you know, I guess if it's that or death by hangnail, then my choice is clear.
Mac: Scary how quickly things can change. She was fine yesterday.
Devon: Yeah. Tomorrow she'll be fine again... probably. They always take really good care of her here. (Sighs)
Dr. Kershaw: Oh, she wants you to come in.
Devon: Thanks. Hey. I don't see what all the fuss is about. You look fine.
Lily: This wasn't part of the plan.
Noah: We could go back to my mom's place and hang out.
Eden: Won't she be there?
Noah: She wasn't when I left. I thought she was coming back last night. I guess she and Adam decided to stay longer.
Eden: It would be funny if you gave her as hard a time about her new boyfriend as she gave you about me.
Noah: (Laughs) No. No, no. None of us need that drama.
(Cell phone rings)
Eden: That's probably her.
Noah: Nope, it's Phyllis. Hey, Phyllis, what's up?
Phyllis: Hey, Noah, um, uh, you haven't been answering your phone.
Noah: Yeah, I-I left my phone at Eden's. I just got back to it.
Phyllis: Yeah, uh, that's where I am right now. Could you come over here? I have to talk to you about something.
Noah: Is everything okay?
Phyllis: I'll--I'll explain when you get here.
Noah: That doesn't sound good.
Phyllis: Um, I came looking for Noah.
Michael: Uh, he's not here. Eden went to go meet him.
Phyllis: Yeah, I just got a hold of him.
Michael: What's wrong?
Lauren: What happened?
Phyllis: Um, I-I-it's Sharon.
Michael: Sharon? (Groans)
Phyllis: Yeah, Sharon. Sharon was on the Newman jet flying back home to Genoa City with Adam, and they think the jet may have crashed.
Lauren: Oh, my God.
Michael: Uh, may have?
Phyllis: Yeah, uh, may have. I-it disappeared, and--and Nick is-- is finding out what's going on. He's at the airport district office.
Michael: Yeah, outside of town?
Phyllis: Yeah, outside of town. And, uh, I get to tell Noah. (Sighs) He's on his way over.
Lauren: Well, we'll help you.
Michael: When did they lose contact with the plane?
Phyllis: Um, Nick doesn't know yet.
Michael: When did he get the call?
Phyllis: Uh, last night. I wasn't with him. We had a fight. He walked out.
Lauren: What did you guys fight about?
Phyllis: What else do we fight about? Who else do we fight about? And, wow, here he is again, running to her rescue. It may be the last time. Oh, I know I'm a horrible person for thinking that, aren't I? I'm a horrible person.
Lauren: No, you're not. Come here. I'm sorry.
Nick: So there's nothing out there, not even a ranger's station?
Man: Complete wilderness.
Nick: Kenny! Where's Sharon?
Kenny: She's still at the crash site. She needs a doctor as soon as you can get her one.
Adam: Hey, you gotta hang in there, okay?
Sharon: (Moans) (Slurring) So tired.
Adam: I know. I know. I know. You just gotta talk to me, okay? Keep me company. Where--where do you want to go for our honeymoon? Some place--some place warm, I'm guessing? (Sighs) You talked about a private beach. (Sighs) A beach sounds great.
Adam: (Sighs) We can get there by boat. (Sighs) No more planes for me. (Sighs)
Adam: What's the matter?
Adam: Your head still hurt?
Sharon: It's blurry.
Adam: (Sighs) Hey... (Chuckles) That's my line. (Sighs) What a fine pair we make, huh?
Adam: Sharon? Sharon. No, no, no. Don't fall asleep. Okay? You gotta stay awake, Sharon. (Sighs) Sharon. Come on, Honey. (Sobs)
Man: Choppers have spotted them, but they can't land because of the trees, so we're sending a team in on foot.
Nick: Okay, I'll go with them.
Man: Uh, no, you don't know the terrain, and if something happens to you, it only delays them getting to her and--
Nick: No, please let me--
Man: No. No. I'll give you the information to the hospital. You can meet them when they arrive. There they go now. Come on. Come on, guys. Let's go. This way.
Nick: (Sighs) Please be okay. God, please be okay for Noah.
Noah: Oh, man, what's going on? Is Summer okay?
Phyllis: Oh, yeah, Summer is fine. She's with the nanny.
Noah: And where is Dad?
Phyllis: Um... (Sighs) Your--your dad is--is-- he's looking for your mom.
Noah: She's with Adam. They went out of town.
Phyllis: Right. Yeah, they did. They did, and they were-- they were on the Newman jet, and they were flying back to Genoa City, and then, um, their--their plane lost communication with air traffic control.
Noah: It stopped communicating?
Lauren: Well, you know, there's a lot of reasons that that could happen.
Michael: Noah, there is another possibility, and that is something may have happened to the plane.
Noah: Like it went down?
Phyllis: No. No. Well, we don't know that yet. We don't know. Listen. Listen, Noah.
Noah: Do they know for sure that she was on the flight?
Phyllis: You know what? Nobody knows. Uh, Nick didn't know and--
Noah: Because I've-- I've been calling, and they haven't picked up.
Lauren: Okay, Noah, why don't you just sit down, Honey?
Noah: Where did you say my dad was?
Phyllis: He's--he's at, um, a-a little airport near the area where-- where they lost communication.
Noah: I gotta go, too.
Lauren: Well, why don't you stay here, 'cause your dad's gonna be calling any time.
Noah: No, I'm--I'm-- I'm not gonna wait. I'm gonna go find my mom. (Sighs) She was just starting to get happy.
Adam: Hey, you hear those choppers comin'? (Sniffles) That means help's on the way. So just hang in there, Sharon. Hang in there. (Sighs) You gotta fight, all right? Sharon, wake up. Wake up, Sharon. Come on. Where is that attitude? I need... (Sniffles) That attitude you give me when I'm complaining about how bad I've got it or... (Sighs) How rough everything is. I need that right now. I need you. So just open your eyes, and just tell me everything is gonna be okay. (Sighs) (Sighs) I know I'm not what you thought. (Sniffles) I know I've disappointed you. I've hurt you in the worst possible way. (Sighs) So do something about it. Just wake up and make my life hell. (Sniffles) (Sighs) I need that. Please don't leave, Sharon. Please. Please. (Breathing heavily) (Gasps) Sharon, hi. I'm right here. I'm right here. (Sniffles)
Adam: We're over here! We're right here. Right here.
Devon: They're, uh, they're lettin' you and Cane stay the night?
Neil: Um, yeah. It's certainly not the hospital's policy, but they're willing to make an exception since it's the holiday, so yeah.
Devon: You think they'll have room for one more?
Neil: Don't you have plans with Roxy?
Devon: Yeah, I do, but she'll understand, you know? It's anything for Lily.
Neil: Make sure you make it up to Roxy.
Devon: Yeah, you bet I will. I've been getting good at that, or trying to.
Neil: Yeah, I know. I-I've been noticing the effort. I'm proud of you.
Devon: Thank you. Do you want me to pick stuff up, uh, for you at home since I'm already going by Lily's to get stuff for her and Cane?
Neil: Uh, y-you know what? Yeah, that--that would actually save me a trip. Thanks.
Devon: Okay. Hey.
Devon: I'd do anything for you, too. You know that, right?
Neil: Yeah, I do know that, son. Appreciate it.
Lily: This is all starting to feel so normal to me.
Cane: Hey, you don't get used to this.
Lily: Yeah, but I am. You know, it's like I just expect now that if things are going really great, then something really bad must be waiting for me around the corner.
Cane: Are you turning into a pessimist? Hmm?
Lily: (Scoffs) Well, unfortunately, it's a side effect of chemo.
Cane: (Chuckles) It's just a little infection. This is nothing you can't handle.
Lily: I know. I know. (Sighs) It's a bumpy road.
Lily: A very bumpy road.
Cane: I know, but think of it this way. It's going somewhere great.
Lily: Are we there yet?
Cane: No, but I can see it from here.
Lily: So tell me then.
Cane: Oh, okay. All right, um, let me think. All right, I'm picturing next year. And it is gonna be here before you know it. And you will have done your chemo. And you are strong. And you are beautiful. And you are healthy.
Lily: How long is my hair?
Cane: Oh, your hair is long. Your hair is very long.
Cane: It's like down to... mm... down here. It's long. And we're having a beautiful evening at home. That's what we're doing. And, of course, the place is a mess. You know that, right?
Lily: Really? Why?
Cane: Mess everywhere. There's Chinese takeaway containers, and there's baby bottles, and there's gifts. There's, oh, my God, there's gifts everywhere. They're stacked all the way up to the ceiling. You know why? 'Cause of all the people who love us, and they've rooted for us and supported us. They bought us all these gifts.
Lily: Where is the baby?
Cane: Oh, the baby's in your arms... in your arms, 'cause that's where he or she wants to be. She doesn't want to be anywhere else.
Lily: What? He or she?
Lily: So you can't tell?
Cane: Oh, you can't tell, 'cause you have, uh, he or she dressed in one of those unisex outfits. (Laughs)
Lily: (Laughs) Okay. And, uh, where are you? Cleaning up the place, I hope.
Cane: No, no, no. I don't want to do that yet, 'cause I want to sit there and enjoy this moment with my beautiful family and you with no thermometers, no I.V.s and no more pills.
Lily: (Sighs) No cancer.
Cane: And there I am, sitting there, and my beautiful family, and we're watching TV. and we're waiting for that ball to drop. Three... two... one.
(Cell phone rings)
Nick: Hey, can you do me a favor? Can you find Noah?
Phyllis: Um, he's here with me right now.
Nick: Okay, can you tell him that she is alive?
Phyllis: She's alive. What happened?
Nick: Yeah, they went down in a plane crash, but everyone survived. That's all I know.
Noah: Can I talk to him?
Phyllis: Um, yeah. Here's Noah.
Noah: Is she okay?
Nick: Son, I-I don't have any more details for you. I-I haven't even seen her yet.
Noah: Well, where is she?
Nick: She's on her way to the hospital.
Noah: Is she okay?
Nick: I talked to Kenny. He hiked out of there. He said when he left her that she was conscious, but he thought she might have a head injury.
Noah: (Sighs) That can be really serious.
Nick: Yeah, but she's alive, son. It's a miracle. That's all I'm hangin' onto.
Noah: Well, what about Adam?
Nick: Kenny thought he was fine.
Noah: Will you tell Mom when you see her that I love her?
Nick: Of course I will. You bet. Oh, she's here. I-I'll call you right back, Son. (Sighs) Sharon? Sharon.
Doctor: Let us take a look.
Nick: Yeah, o-of course.
Mac: Are you decent?
Lily: Oh, please. As if I'd have the energy.
Mac: Now that is a sad state of affairs, as my grandmother would say.
Cane: I thought you left.
Mac: No, I got hungry, and I bypassed the vending machines in favor of the cafeteria, because I've gotta make healthy choices now.
Lily: Oh. Okay, I know pregnant women don't like their belly to be touched, but can I--
Mac: No, of course.
Cane: Oh, excuse me.
Mac: I don't-- I don't have much, but what's mine is yours.
Lily: Aw. Hey in there. Oh, I realize that you're only the size of a peanut, but I hope you don't mind visiting me here.
Mac: You liked the applesauce. We know that much.
Lily: (Chuckles) It's kind of a scary place, though. And it smells really, really bad. And the décor is tragic. And the lights are horribly unflattering. But miracles do happen here, especially in the maternity ward. Have you been there yet?
Mac: We paid a little visit.
Lily: Aw. That's where you and I are gonna meet for the very first time. It'll be our miracle. (Laughs)
Cane: I'm gonna leave you guys to talk. I, um, I'm gonna get something to eat, okay?
Lily: Yeah, go ahead. I'm sure you're hungry.
Cane: Do you want anything?
Mac: We'll be fine.
Lily: (Sighs) I know he tries so hard to keep up this positive, "You can do it" attitude, but I know he's scared.
Mac: We all are. You must be. It's okay to talk about it, Lily.
Lily: Yeah, it just freaks people out, you know? It's like if I even mention the word "Death" in front of my dad, he acts like he's gonna have a panic attack.
Mac: Of course, because he doesn't want to consider the possibility.
Lily: I don't either, but I just-- I can't help it. You know? It's like I-- I get these visuals in my head of Cane and our little son or daughter visiting my grave, and I know it's awful. I do.
Mac: I think it's totally normal to imagine the worst, but it doesn't mean it's gonna happen.
Lily: I mean, what if I don't make it long enough to see my miracle? You know, what if talking to you is the only chance I get to talk to my child?
Mac: Everyone who becomes a parent-- everyone who loves takes that risk that something bad could happen. Look at Traci and Colleen.
Lily: You and Billy.
Mac: Yes. Me and Billy.
Lily: Doesn't that make you want to protect yourself?
Mac: Yeah, sure, but... I have seen things, horrible, horrible things, atrocities that you can't even begin to imagine. And I've seen people come back from that and live these incredible, productive lives, so how can I not be grateful for every chance I get? How can I not give it my all every time?
Lily: (Sighs) It's kind of like what your grandma says, right? "I'm gonna live till I die."
Mac: You're not gonna die. I know you're not gonna die. I can't give you a reason, but I know that you and this little baby are gonna bring each other so much joy. And I can't say for how long, but I can say that whatever happens, it's worth it. The risk is worth it.
Lily: Thank you. (Sighs)
Cane: (Sighs) (Inhales sharply) (Sighs)
Neil: Hey, Cane.
Neil: Everything okay?
Cane: Oh, it's okay. She's okay. She's okay. I just, uh, I just have moments where I scare myself, you know, with the "What ifs?" That's it. It's all right.
Neil: Yeah. Yeah, there's a lot of, uh, a lot of obstacles. I know.
Cane: I know. I know. I know. And of all the people, you understand this.
Neil: I do, Cane. I felt the same thing last night when you called and told me that Lily was in the hospital again. Honestly, I-I felt that way when she moved back in with you. I couldn't stop thinking, she's leaving my house, maybe for the last time. But it wasn't the last time. All that was fear-- just wasted energy.
Cane: Yeah, I know. That's why we have to make the most of the time we have. I've learned that from this.
Neil: Yeah. I understand.
Cane: You know, I told her this story-- I just painted a picture for her of what I believe it's gonna be like next year. I hope it comes true.
Neil: It will come true, 'cause you know something? We're gonna survive this, all of us.
Nick: Shouldn't they be examining you? I mean, weren't you just in a plane crash?
Adam: I'm fine.
Nick: Yeah, you might think that, but you could have one of those brain injuries where you think nothing's wrong, and then it turns out to be deadly serious.
Adam: Listen, Nick, I'm not going anywhere. You can take off if you want. I've got the situation handled.
Nick: Oh, yeah, sure you do. You handled this beautifully.
Adam: So the weather's my fault now, huh?
Doctor: Mr. Newman?
Adam: Yeah? We're brothers. Is she okay?
Doctor: It appears to be a mild concussion. So we'll monitor her, but I expect a full recovery.
Nick: Good. That's good to hear.
(Cell phone rings)
Nick: Oh, this is our son. I'm gonna give him the good news. (Exhales)
Adam: (Mouthing words) May I see my wife, please?
Doctor: Yeah. Yeah.
Adam: (Whispering) Sharon? (Sighs) You were so still. I thought you might have lost consciousness again.
Sharon: I wasn't out for very long, was I?
Adam: Felt like an eternity. How much do you remember about what happened?
Man: Uh, sorry to interrupt. Uh, Ted Maxwell, federal aviation administration. I have some questions for you both.
Adam: Uh, yeah, I'd--I'd be happy to answer whatever questions, but she needs to get her rest right now.
Ted: I've already spoken with the doctors. They said it was okay, if you don't mind.
Sharon: That's fine.
Ted: Yeah? Okay, good. Um, what can you tell me about the minutes leading up to the emergency landing?
Cane: Oh, thank you.
Cane: Uh, you know, I don't think we're gonna be here that long, you know?
Devon: Yeah, well, this is, uh, yours and Lily's bag. And this is mine and Neil's. And, uh, Roxanne has Humphrey, so he'll be nice and spoiled by the time you get back.
Cane: As if he hasn't been already.
Cane: Hey, you know, um, I appreciate this, what you're doin'. I know you're not doing it for me, so...
Devon: Don't even worry about it, okay? We're all on Lily's team here, right?
Cane: Yeah. Yeah, your dad just talked me off the ledge.
Devon: (Laughs) He's good at that.
Cane: Yeah, it's the last thing I expected.
Devon: 'Cause you used to be public enemy number one?
Cane: Yeah, that and... (Sighs) You know, when you grow up the way I did, and you gotta handle everything and do everything for yourself, you know, it's just strange to all of a sudden have a net under your high wire, you know?
Devon: Yeah. No, I know exactly what you mean. I was the same way. And it took me a-a really long time to believe that it would always be there.
Devon: And, uh, I think I still test it sometimes.
Cane: (Chuckles) You know what I wonder? I wonder what it'd be like, you know? You know, if you grew with that confidence to know that someone's always got your back.
Devon: Yeah, well, our kids will know.
Lily: No, there is some study, I swear, that kids like to eat what their moms eat when they're pregnant with them.
Mac: Well, then I have to warn you that this one is gonna like it spicy.
Neil: (Laughs) Have you been eatin' the hot wings at Jimmy's?
Mac: Oh, no, unh-unh. No hot wings, just sauce on everything.
Lily: Oh, no. (Laughs)
Devon: (Sighs) This must be where the party's at.
Neil: Hey, guys.
Lily: Uh, yes, and Dad is telling me that you're thinking about crashing, which is not gonna happen.
Devon: What are you talking about? Is it something I said?
Lily: No, no, no. These two I'm stuck with, okay? But you--you go out there and you have fun so I can live vicariously through you.
Devon: No, Lily. All I'm gonna do is spend the whole night worrying about you.
Lily: No, I'll be fine, okay? And if anything changes, which it won't, we'll call you.
Devon: I don't-- I don't know.
Lily: Don't make me get out of this bed and kick your butt.
Devon: Kick my butt?
Devon: Dad, you hear her threatening me?
Neil: Well, Son, I think she's serious.
Cane: I wouldn't mess with her if I was you.
Mac: Come on. You can give me a ride back to the coffeehouse.
Devon: All right, but that cannot stop me from calling to check in on you.
Devon: All right?
Neil: See you later, man.
Cane: Bye. See you.
Devon: See ya.
Cane: (Sighs) Oh, check this out. Devon brought that CD you wanted. You want to put this on? Lily? Hey.
Lily: No, I'm-- I'm fine. I'm just tired.
Noah: And that's it? Just a concussion?
Nick: Yeah, somebody was really lookin' out for her.
Phyllis: And Adam?
Nick: Barely a scratch on him.
Lauren: Well, please tell Sharon that we are so thankful.
Nick: I will.
Phyllis: Um, hey, Baby, wait just one sec. Um... (Clears throat) So what caused the crash? Do they know?
Nick: Just the weather-- wind shear, that's all. It wasn't sabotaged. Nothing like that.
Phyllis: Wow. All right, so it's over. She's good. It was an accident. You can come home now, right?
Nick: Yeah, I'm comin' home.
Phyllis: See you there.
Michael: Oh, ho. Miraculous.
Phyllis: It would have been the same great news if Nick was here and not there-- here with me. It would have been the same great news.
Lauren: I'm sure he just reacted, you know?
Phyllis: Yeah, and that's what he does, isn't it? Anytime Sharon's in trouble, he just gets on his white horse to save her, rescue her, even if he's not needed. Right? How much of my life is gonna be spent waiting for my husband to come home to me?
Sharon: The oxygen masks came down, and that sound. I'm still hearing it now. I-I-it was terrifying. And--and then...
Ted: Ma'am, if this is too upsetting for you, we can just do it some other time.
Sharon: No, I'm just-- I'm trying to remember the moment of impact, and I can't.
Ted: That's not at all uncommon.
Sharon: What-- did I black out?
Ted: Uh, something as traumatic as this, the brain will simply refuse to process it sometimes.
Sharon: Um, well, the next thing I remember, I was sitting in the snow with Adam, and there was a lot of smoke.
Adam: That's gotta be it, right?
Ted: No, I just got a couple more questions.
Adam: All right, well, I can answer those questions. She needs to get her sleep.
Ted: Thank you for your help.
Adam: Be right back.
Sharon: What are you doing here?
Nick: Well, I-- they told me your plane went down, so I drove right out.
Sharon: Well, I wish you wouldn't have done that.
Lauren: Honey, oh, my goodness. You have to come. Fen has his golf clubs from Christmas, and he's trying to coach Eden on her swing. (Chuckles) What?
Michael: I have an idea. Let's send Fenmore and Eden to the benefit, and we can stay home.
Lauren: Oh, I think somebody likes my dress.
Michael: I like it even better when I take it off.
Michael: Something to look forward to.
Lauren: Yeah. (Laughs)
Michael: (Laughs) Mm.
Devon: All right. I'll pick you up then. Bye-bye. (Sighs)
Mac: You know, if you mope, Lily will find out about it.
Devon: (Laughs) And kick my butt, too, I know. But it just feels weird, 'cause my sister's in the hospital fighting for her life. And I'm gettin' ready to go out dancing?
Mac: Right, but she doesn't want the cancer to take any more away from her or her family than it already has.
Devon: Yeah, well, she let Dad stay.
Mac: Right, but that's different, because no matter how old you are, you always want your daddy when you're scared.
Neil: No, that's okay. Thanks. Thanks for the information. All right. Bye-bye. Um, soup of the day-- chicken tortilla.
Lily: That sounds good.
Neil: What about you Cane? What can I get for you?
Cane: Oh, I'm-- I'm good. Thanks, though. I'll probably get some food when I'm at Jimmy's, but, uh, hey, listen, man, I appreciate you staying with Lily, all right?
Neil: Come on. No where else I'd rather be. And I don't want to hear any arguments from you.
Lily: You won't. I'm glad you're here, because there's no one better at chasing away monsters under the bed.
Neil: Oh, that's right. They don't stand a chance.
Lily: (Laughs) Oh, my gosh.
Phyllis: Well, the nanny, uh, took Summer to the park. You should catch up with them. It's a nice day for it.
Noah: Do you need anything? Any errands, something from the store?
Phyllis: Uh, no. I'm fine. What's up? I know you want to be with your girlfriend.
Noah: No. (Sighs) Your whole morning got sucked up waiting with me for news about Mom. I owe you.
Phyllis: Don't worry about that. I'll call in my marker soon. Go be with Eden.
Noah: You want me to take Summer? She could have a sleepover at Fen's. You and Dad could have some alone time when he gets back.
Phyllis: That's very sweet. Don't worry about me. Besides, I want Summer to spend some time with her dad. She missed him this morning.
Noah: You probably can't be too happy about that either-- him running off to take care of Mom.
Phyllis: I'm fine with that. I-it's--its fine with me. They're always gonna be in each other's lives. They have a son. You know, I've accepted that. I'm fine.
Noah: It can't be easy, though. (Sighs)
Phyllis: You know what? I have some leftovers in the fridge. I think a-a cheese and salami.
Phyllis: Salami, yeah. It's in the fridge. (Chuckles)
Nick: You're lucky you survived. I wasn't sure if you had, so of course I'd come.
Sharon: I feel like I should have a sign that says "I'm not your wife anymore, Nick."
Nick: You will always be my son's mother.
Sharon: That's, um, who I was about to call when you walked in. Is--does he know that I'm okay?
Nick: Yeah, I talked to him. He told me to tell you he loves you. He's very worried and so is Michael and Lauren and Phyllis. So where--where'd you go? Why did you leave town so suddenly?
Sharon: We just felt like getting away.
Nick: It was a pretty quick trip. Did you change your mind?
Adam: Is he upsetting you?
Nick: This is a private family discussion.
Adam: Then I'm right where I'm supposed to be.
Nick: As far as I'm concerned, you are not part of this family.
Sharon: He's part of mine, Nick. Adam and I got married. He's my husband.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Neil: You've been missing in action for five years, and you couldn't pick up the phone?
Victoria: How about you and Nick?
Phyllis: He went to be with Sharon.
Nick: You said you were going skiing.
Adam: Well, obviously, we did a lot more than that.
Sharon: Stop it!
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