Y&R Transcript Wednesday 3/9/11

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 3/9/11 -- Canada; Thursday 3/10/11 -- U.S.A.


Episode # 9606 ~ Deacon Fools Meggie

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma

Kay:  It's so good to see you.

Nick: It has been a while.

Kay: Mm-hmm. Well, you and your sisters have certainly had your hands full.

Nick: Yes, we have.

Kay: I would like to say congratulations on yesterday's ruling, but I'm not convinced anybody won.

Nick: None of us wanted things to get this far.

Kay: (Sighs) Well, at least now that, uh, arbitration is over, there's a chance for all of you to start healing.

Nick: (Sighs) Well, um, I was just about to head over to your place. I haven't seen Mom since the ruling.

Kay: Your mother isn't living with me anymore.

Nick: Where'd she go?

Kay: Uh, she moved into the Athletic Club with Deacon.

Deacon: (Sighs)

Nikki: Oh, how long has it been?

Deacon: What, since we could just relax and take a breather? Too long.

Nikki: Yeah. It feels nice.

Deacon: Yeah.

(Cell phone rings)

Nikki: Spoke too soon.

Deacon: Yeah, that's, uh, that's no one I need to talk to.

Nikki: Oh, you're not hiding a woman or anything, are you?

Deacon: Honey, I've gotten rid of every obstacle standing in between the two of us being happy, so don't you worry.

Nikki: That's what I like to hear.

Deacon: Mm.

Nikki: Oh, I'll be right back.

Meggie: So I see you're back to not taking my calls, eh? Well, let me remind you, my friend, you'd better find a way to bust me out of here, or else I'm gonna feel the urge to talk to Nikki. Can you imagine what learning the truth about you would do to that poor, fragile drunk? Well, I'd hate to find out.

Victoria: So you guys went shopping for a stroller already, huh? Wow. Well, you know what that means. The big day is coming up fast. You must be so excited.

Reed: Yeah.

Victoria: Yeah, in just a few months, uh, Mac is gonna have her baby, and you're gonna have a little brother or a little sister. It's gonna be neat, huh?

Reed: It'll be awesome.

Victoria: Yeah.

Reed: Plus, I can't wait to see Lucy and Delia again.

Victoria: So is there anything else that you want to talk to me about? You want to tell me about school? You want to tell me about your friends? No? Well, okay, then. We should probably go and let you eat your lunch.

Billy: Okay. Say, "Bye-bye." Bye-bye, Lucy.

Reed: Bye, Lucy. I love you.

Billy: Hey, hey, hey, hey, little partner. Who am I? What am I? Chopped liver--liver? Huh?

Reed: Love you, Billy. Love you, too, Mommy.

Victoria: I love you, Baby.

Billy: Mm.

Victoria: Be good for your daddy, okay? And--and I love you, and... big kiss. Mwah!

Reed: Mwah.

Victoria: (Sighs)

Billy: Yeah, that last part's always the toughest. (Grunts)

Victoria: Do you think that there will ever come a day when Reed and I are...

Billy: When you and Reed are what?

Victoria: When we're as estranged as Dad and I are?

Billy: That will never happen.

Victoria: How can you be sure about that?

Billy: Well, because Victor had a special type of heartless, and, Honey, I know for a fact you didn't inherit that gene.

Victoria: Yeah, well, people are always telling me I'm my father's daughter.

Billy: People? People? Did--did she-- did she just say "People"? People? What do people know? People don't know anything. Mnh-mnh. Nothing. They don't know you like we do. Isn't that right? Isn't that right? (Silly voice) That's right, Daddy. We know everything. (Normal voice) Tough room. Yep.

Victoria: I'm sorry. I'm really sorry.

Billy: It's okay. I just wish I knew how to put a smile back on your face. That's all.

Victoria: Yeah, it’s... gonna be a while before that happens.

Billy: (Clears throat) Look, I probably shouldn't say this, but I hate seeing you so broken up over this. Victor... I guarantee isn't giving a second thought about his kids right now. When you're that narcissistic and that selfish, you don't think about anybody else at a time like this. Trust me, I-I know about these things. Right now, Victor-- you know what he's doing? He's cooking up a plan to soften the blow for himself.

Diane: Married?

Victor: What's the point in waiting? It's not like we just met.

Diane: Okay, just wait. (Chuckles) Stop it and just, uh, let's think about this, okay?

Victor: Well, we can think about it on the plane.

Diane: Oh, talk about déjà vu. This is like a carbon copy of the first time.

Victor: Yeah, but at least now I'm telling you before we got on the plane.

Diane: Would you be serious?

Victor: What could be more serious than my saying that I intend for you to be my wife... again?

Diane: You intend? Do I not get a say?

Victor: Not really. Just say yes, and I'll take care of the rest. (Chuckles)

Diane: (Laughs) You are a ridiculously confident man, aren't you?

Victor: Well, I thought you would be delighted to hear this.

Diane: And that my answer would be the same as it was years ago?

Victor: Yeah.

Diane: And that I would drop everything and run off and marry you just like that?

Victor: Exactly. So?

Diane: (Sighs) Victor, I'm-- I am--I'm sorry, but I can't accept.

Victor: Hmm.

Nick: (Sighs) Mom cannot be serious. To move in with Deacon? With that loser? Are you kidding?

Kay: Oh, come on. I feel the same way you do. Unfortunately, no one seems to want or need my advice on matters of the heart these days.

Nick: There's gotta be something we can do.

Kay: You be there for your mother when Mr. Sharpe behaves true to form. Now you listen to me, Nicholas. She is going to need you.

Nick: You know, a few months ago, I felt like I had a family. Now I feel like Armageddon hit, and I'm just walking through the rubble, and it's too late to save anyone.

Kay: (Sighs) No, no, no, no. Are you sorry that you joined that suit?

Nick: (Sighs) I still feel like it was the right thing to do. I didn't know I'd feel this drained.

Kay: Well, I'm sure your father is experiencing the same thing.

Nick: I haven't seen Dad since the ruling. I'm sure he feels like the victim of his greedy, ungrateful kids...

Kay: (Sighs) Oh.

Nick: And that he's workin' on ways to make sure the ties are severed for good.

Victor: You turning down my proposal?

Diane: "We're eloping" is a proposal?

Victor: Yes. I thought you would be as delighted as I am.

Diane: (Chuckles) How much does this sudden proposal have to do with the two of us and--and--versus the lawsuit that you've just been through and the fact that I saw Nikki sitting on this very couch not too long ago?

Victor: What does--does Nikki have to do with anything?

Diane: I don't know. You tell me.

Victor: (Sighs)

Diane: 'Cause I can't help feeling that this urge to elope is some kind of knee-jerk reaction.

Victor: Well, maybe it is.

Diane: You're admitting it?

Victor: Yeah, but, I mean, what's the difference? You know? They're trying to take everything away from me. My kids are trying to undo everything I built up. The only thing they can't take away is you. Maybe I went about it the wrong way. Maybe... I should have gone on my knees and said, "Will you have me-- will you have me as your husband?" What do you think?

Diane: (Laughs)

Victor: Hmm?

Nikki: I've been wanting to show you some pictures I took of Lucy. They're so cute. Oh, what? I had a message? I didn't hear it. Oh, Nicholas called.

Nikki: Okay, he wants to meet me at Crimson Lights, and I really--I would like to. I haven't had a chance to see him since the ruling.

Deacon: Yeah. Yeah. No, go. Go. I-I got some stuff I can do here, okay? Bye.

Nikki: Okay. All right. Bye-bye.

Deacon: Okay. (Sighs) (Whispers) You gotta be kidding me. (Normal voice) How the hell do you break someone out of jail?

Victoria: You know, when I was Reed's age, my dad used to take me riding. Yeah. He'd put me up on Jupiter in front of him, and he'd hand me the reins. Well, I mean, at least I thought they were the reins. But it turned out years later that he was actually controlling the horse the whole time. (Chuckles)

Billy: Imagine my surprise.

Victoria: Well, he wanted me to learn how to ride a horse and not spook the poor animal.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: He cared.

Billy: Oh, yeah, he cared... about the horse.

Victoria: Billy, come on. Please. (Sighs) I don't regret joining Abby’s lawsuit. But I guess I never really thought about what it would... what it would truly mean to be without my dad.

Billy: Look--

Victoria: The reason that he's pushing all of us away isn't just because he's angry. I mean, he's hurt, and I'm a big part of that reason.

Billy: Honey...

Victoria: What?

Billy: Do I need to remind you of how many times Victor has hurt you?

Victoria: I know. But this wasn't supposed to be about revenge, although to Dad, I'm sure that's how it must feel.

Billy: All right, you are not the problem. Victor was the problem.

Victoria: Oh.

Billy: You had to get away. You didn't have a choice.

Victoria: (Sighs) But he tried. He tried to settle with Abby and me, and he offered us a lot of ways to compromise, but... I was so caught up in winning that I completely ignored them.

Billy: With good reason.

Victoria: You know what? (Sighs) You're right. But it broke my dad's heart. I have to figure out... I have to figure out a way to live with that.

Billy: All right, you're beating yourself up for something you shouldn't be. Victor brought this on himself. If he were the loving father he claims to be, Abby would have never had to sue him. He forced your hand. You responded in kind. So don't think twice about that. And maybe you should think less about what you've lost and think more about the implications of what you've won. I'm not talkin' about your bank account here, either. I'm talking about your freedom, your kids' freedom. You did this for them, and that's what makes you different than your dad. And you will never, ever, ever have to walk in Victor's shoes when it comes to Lucy or Reed.

Victoria: I don't disagree with anything that you're saying right now, but... I still don't feel vindicated.

Billy: How do you feel?

Victoria: I feel sad.

Billy: (Sighs)

Deacon: Smuggle in weapons... bribe the warden... have somebody inside pretending to be a guard... yeah, no, sure. I've got time to make all that happen. Wait a second. Wait. That might actually work.

(Cell phone rings)

Deacon: I gotta tell you, it's really sweet how much you miss me.

Meggie: Are you gonna make good on your promise? Or do you want me to tell your sugar mama?

Deacon: (Sighs) I think I may have actually found something. I'll be right there.

Nick: Do you mind telling me what the hell you're thinking moving in with Deacon Sharpe?

Nikki: I imagine Victoria told you.

Nick: Katherine told me, Mom, but my reaction would have been the same no matter who I heard that from.

Nikki: Look, I know. I know it sounds like the world's worst idea.

Nick: Sounds like?

Nikki: I know Deacon's past is questionable. I have not forgotten that.

Nick: Seems like you have to me.

Nikki: That man has been a rock all through my recovery. He understands me in a way that very few people do. He has been nothing but strong and supportive and very caring. He doesn't want to change me. He hasn't tried to manipulate me. That is the best thing for me now.

Nick: (Sighs) How serious is this? I mean, are you in love with this guy? Okay, okay, just... (Sighs) Promise me that you will be careful and that if this does not turn out the way you were hoping it will, don't be embarrassed. Come to me for help, okay? Of any kind.

Nikki: I appreciate your concern, Son. I really do. And I know this is hard to understand. But sometimes, the most unlikely people end up being there for you when everything else is falling apart. And when the worst is over and they're still there, isn't that good enough reason to keep them in your life?

Diane: We haven't talked about Kyle yet. And you know my son has to come first in any decision I make.

Victor: I completely agree with you. And I think it would be a very good idea if he lived with you, his mother, and a father figure. He has not experienced that for a while.

Diane: That's true. He hasn’t.

Victor: Why doesn't he move in here, you know, full-time? He can talk to Jack any time he wants to.

Diane: Well, it makes me very happy that-- that you've taken my child into consideration.

Victor: And then there's a little business of the prenup, but I think it'll be good for both of us.

(Doorbell rings)

Victor: Who could that be?

Victor: Katherine.

Kay: Macadamia nuts-- your favorite.

Victor: (Laughs)

Kay: Takes the sting out of getting that year older.

Victor: How are you, Sweetheart? Come on in.

Kay: Oh, Dear, I-- (chuckles)

Victor: Considering the surprise I got today at the courthouse...

Kay: (Chuckles) Mm-hmm.

Victor: I've considered moving the date of my birth.

Kay: Well, try the year. That would even be better.

Diane: (Chuckles) I do that annually. (Chuckles)

Kay: (Chuckles) I, uh, was hoping I could, uh, speak with Victor.

Diane: Oh, yes. Well, uh, there's something that I need to do anyway.

Victor: And kindly think about what you and I discussed, okay?

Diane: Nothing else.

Victor: Okay.

Kay: I, uh, heard, uh...

Victor: (Sighs heavily)

Kay: The judge's ruling. I had to come over. You all right?

Victor: Never in my life... never in my life in my wildest dreams did I think that my children would betray me as much as they did today.

[Footsteps approach]

Nikki: Then you haven't seen your father since the ruling.

Nick: I figured he didn't want to see me, so why stir up any more animosity?

Nikki: (Sighs) I know it doesn't seem like it right now, but Victor loves his children very much.

Nick: You know, Mom, you keep saying that, and Dad keeps saying that, and I keep readin' it in the press. But I would never pull this kind of crap on my own kids-- never. I mean, look at the way he used Adam to lie to the judge--

Nikki: Hey, I-I-I can’t-- I'm not gonna defend his actions. I agree. He has done some terrible things to you kids. But, Son, you have to remember, Victor didn't have a father growing up. He didn't have anybody to set a good example. And I remember how you told me years ago when you went with your father to see Albert Miller...

Nick: Yeah, it was bad. I mean, it was obvious he didn't feel the least bit guilty about abandoning Dad. He even offered him millions of dollars to leave and never come back.

Nikki: And do you remember what your father told him?

Nick: He said all the money in the world didn't mean anything without family.

Victor: You know, those kids grew up with a silver spoon in their mouths. (Sighs) I know what you're gonna say-- that I had to create a trust fund for them.

Kay: Now listen, I, uh, I sympathize with you. Uh, but it's a real slap in the face. I know that.

Victor: (Chuckles) Do you know how I started the whole damn thing? (Sighs)

Kay: Well, you invented something.

Victor: You know how I grew up. I built all this from nothing. Many a time in the early years, I didn't know whether to sleep in the car or rent some cheap hotel room, or whether to put gas in my car or... eat a hot meal. And when I tell those kids that I built all this from nothing, they think it was a cliché, you know?

Kay: No, uh, but I know it wasn’t.

Victor: And now they have ripped a huge chunk out from the very empire that I built with my own hands.

Kay: Well, any comfort... I've been in your shoes, you know.

Victor: You're talking about Tucker?

Kay: Of course. In the end, I grew to love him. He's my son.

Victor: Hmm.

Kay: (Sighs) You mark my words-- one day... I-I know you think this rift right now is insurmountable between you, but you--you will one day-- all of you-- all of you Newmans will reunite. I mean, take--take a look. You're family. You are family.

Victor: (Sighs) It'll never happen. They destroyed it. There's no going back.

Billy: Thank you. All right, we are all set. I called the office, told them I'm taking the rest of the day off. I figured you and I could veg out in front of some old '50s sitcoms. It might help take your mind off things.

Victoria: That was a nice thought.

Billy: Yeah?

Victoria: But, you know, I don't think I'm really gonna feel much better watching a perfect family on TV when mine is such a big mess. (Sighs) Oh!

Billy: Hmm?

Victoria: I-I've just been so completely caught up in my own stuff, I forgot to tell you the latest. Uh, okay... (Sighs) Brace yourself. Mom has moved in with Deacon. They got a room at the club.

Billy: Get outta here. That's--that's not funny.

Victoria: No, I am telling you the truth. It's--it's weird, and it's horrible, but Mom says that she's happy, and to tell you the truth, she seems like she's kind of in a better place. But that doesn't make it any less repulsive.

Billy: That's just gross. (Stammers)

Victoria: Yeah, it's gross.

Billy: This is gonna be a permanent fixture thing?

Victoria: I don't know. I hope not.

Billy: 'Cause that guy--

Victoria: I know. But God knows. I mean, the way things are going now, who knows? And I'm sure that Deacon is gonna want to hold on to that meal ticket for as long as possible.

Deacon: (Whispering indistinctly)

Man: (Whispers) Yeah, sure.

Deacon: Thanks.

Deacon: (Normal voice) Well, Darlin'. It looks like it's our lucky day.

Man: Follow me.

Meggie: Where are we goin'?

Deacon: I convinced this nice man to, uh, cut us a break. Honey, you and I are gonna have a conjugal visit.

Meggie: (Chuckles) Oh!

Man: You got ten minutes.

Deacon: Okay. Thanks. All right.

Meggie: Are we really doing this thing? Okay.

Deacon: Don't get the wrong idea, all right? It's a disguise that you're gonna be wearing to get out of here.

Meggie: Hospital scrubs?

Deacon: I saw this guy on the internet walked right through a maximum-security prison, right out the front door. I figured, what the hell? It's worth a shot, right? Oh.

Meggie: Oh, I love it. It's brilliant. You know, it's so simple, it could even work.

Deacon: Look, I even swiped a badge for you. You can go right through security, all right? Now listen to me. I did my part. I don't want to see you again. I don't want to hear from you again, and neither does Nikki. You got it?

Meggie: If this works, you got a deal.

Deacon: Now get dressed.

Diane: Thank you.

Kyle: You're welcome.

Diane: So how are you doing? Do you still like living here with Jack?

Kyle: Yeah, it's been pretty cool.

Diane: Do you ever miss sleeping at the ranch?

Kyle: Sometimes. I really like it there, too.

Diane: (Sighs) I'm glad to hear you say that, because Victor and I have been talking, and we would both like it very much if you would move back in with us. I-in fact, he would like the three of us to be a family. (Chuckles)

Kyle: (Sighs) Seriously?

Diane: (Chuckles) Yeah. What would you say if I told you I was thinking about marrying Victor?

Kyle: I'd think... wow. Where did that come from?

Diane: Things have moved pretty fast, a lot more quickly than I anticipated.

Kyle: Are you gonna say yes?

Diane: It's tempting. But I would never make a decision like this without talking to you, and if you are not 100% in favor, I won't do it. You mean more to me than any man that might come into my life. You know that, right?

Kyle: Sure. Mr. Newman's been super nice to us.

Diane: Yes, he has, hasn't he? And you like him well enough. Don't you?

Kyle: Yeah, definitely. But what about Dad?

Diane: Mm. (Chuckles) He probably won't be thrilled with the idea.

Kyle: (Chuckles)

Diane: But it's our decision, not Jack’s. And it's not like Victor's gonna try to take his place. Jack will always be your father. I'll never try to keep the two of you apart. So what do you think about having a stepdad? Have you ever thought about it?

Kyle: You know, once, you know, when I was hangin' out with Summer. I kind of wished Nick would be my stepdad. I mean, he's into the same kind of things I'm into, like sports and video games and stuff. It just seemed like he'd be really fun. But I know it won't happen. You guys are just friends.

Diane: Right. That's right.

Kyle: So I think if Mr. Newman makes you happy, and you want to marry him, you should go for it. You think you will?

Diane: You know, I don't know. But knowing that I have your blessing certainly makes things a lot easier. Thank you.

Nick: So we get through the baa and the moo and the oink...

Nikki: (Laughs) Uh-huh.

Nick: And then Faith turns the page and says--

Nikki: Oh, Katherine, hi!

Kay: Hi, ya'll.

Nick: Hello.

Kay: Uh, Darling, would you mind terribly? There's something I'd like to discuss with your mother.

Nick: Oh, of course. I've got some calls to make anyway.

Nikki: I'll see you later, Sweetheart.

Nick: Yes, Mom. Love you both.

Kay: Love you, too. (Sighs)

Nikki: Well, hello.

Kay: All right, now I have just come from seeing Victor, and let me tell you something. He may not look it, but he is a broken man.

Nikki: I've seen him a couple of times since the ruling. I got that same impression.

Kay: You saw Victor, and you didn't tell me?

Nikki: Well, I-I didn't think it was anything critical.

Kay: Nikki, he lost an arbitration-- $1.5 billion!

Nikki: Look, it's not like you come and tell me every time you see him.

Kay: (Sighs) Nikki.

Nikki: What?

Kay: What is it you're not telling me?

Nikki: Katherine, why would I be hiding anything?

Kay: Why, indeed. I don't know.

Nikki: All right. I know how upset Victor is because we were together last night, and we made love.

Victor: I'll give you further instructions later on, all right? Thank you.

(Front door closes)

Victor: So you're back from your errand?

Diane: All taken care of.

Victor: Thought about my proposal?

Diane: What do you think?

Victor: What's your decision?

Billy: All right, all right. If you don't like my circus idea, I can come up with something else.

Victoria: No, it's not that I don't like the idea.

Billy: Well, come on. Let's go. Let's do this

Victoria: Wait a minute. Hold on a second. You're actually gonna get on a plane and fly all the way to New Jersey just to see some clowns and an elephant?

Billy: Mm-hmm. If it will make you smile, I'll do it. Let's do it. Come on.

Victoria: This isn't really fair, is it?

Billy: What's not really fair?

Victoria: You're always having to come up with ways to cheer me up so that I'm not so much of a mope. And here I am. I've won my independence finally, and I should be... I should be thinking of a way to enjoy that with my man.

Billy: Hmm. Well... (Chuckles) Your man is all for that. And, uh, hey, what if take--

Victoria: No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. No.

Billy: (Chuckles)

Victoria: No. I'm gonna do the planning for a change, okay?

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: Me.

Billy: Okay. I love that.

Victoria: Okay. Whoa.

Billy: Hi. Um--

Victoria: Hi. So just stay there.

Billy: Stand--

Victoria: I'll be right back.

Billy: All right. Do-- what are you doing? Like--hmm.

Nick: So if you could give me a sense of the tax ramifications, that'd be great. Yeah, I'll wait to hear back from you.

[Nick remembering]

Nikki: And I remember how you told me years ago when you went with your father to see Albert Miller...

Nick: Yeah, it was bad. I mean, it was obvious he didn't feel the least bit guilty about abandoning Dad.

Kay: Well, I can't say that I'm shocked.

Nikki: (Scoffs) I was.

Kay: Well, given that you-- (quietly) Given that you and Victor are involved elsewhere...

Nikki: Look, what happened between us was a one-time thing.

Kay: You're sure of that?

Nikki: Very sure. We were both feeling vulnerable, and it felt right at the time, but we both agreed that it cannot happen again.

Kay: And you're okay with that?

Nikki: Yes, I'm okay with it. Uh, we--it has never worked out, us being together. So we just need to move on.

Kay: No offense meant, but, my darling, you're kidding yourself. You really are. You and Victor will always be in each other's blend.

Diane: You really caught me off guard with this one.

Victor: Do you think I was toying with you on Valentine’s Day when I told the world that you and I were an item?

Diane: Well, that was less than a month ago.

Victor: So?

Diane: And--and to leap to marriage like Superman in a single bound...

Victor: Well, maybe there are similarities.

Diane: Superman is a little more humble.

Victor: That's his problem, not mine.

Diane: (Chuckles)

Victor: Do you know this is the first time in weeks that I've been able to smile? I have you to thank for that.

Diane: You're welcome.

Victor: And you know what will keep the smile on my face, don't you?

Diane: Oh.

Victor: Hmm?

Diane: Marriage is a huge step.

Victor: So?

Diane: It's huge. And we have already failed at it once before.

Victor: So what are you saying? Yes or no?

Diane: I'm saying would you give me a little more time?

Victor: There's a dress-- beautiful dress waiting for you in your room, and I'll be on the jet. It's all fueled up ready to go to Vegas. I hope you'll join me.

Victor: Make up your mind quickly.

Diane: (Laughs)

Billy: Well, hello, "Miss March."

Victoria: Yeah, well, Easter is late this year, but I didn't think that you'd mind.

Billy: Mind? (Clears throat) Mind? Surely, you jest.

Victoria: Aah!

Billy: (Laughs)

Victoria: First of all, my name's "Bambi," not "Shirley."

Billy: Mm.

Victoria: I don't even know a Shirley.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: And I'm a nuclear physicist at Yale.

Billy: Oh, okay. I thought you hated this costume.

Victoria: I enjoy gourmet cooking...

Billy: You are cookin'. (Clears throat)

Victoria: And my favorite way to spend a free afternoon...

Billy: Is horizontal?

Victoria: Honestly, I thought you'd be, like, a little more imaginative than that.

Billy: Trust me. (Chuckles) Right now, I'm feeling very, very, very imaginative.

Victoria: Good, then my evil plan worked.

Billy: Mm, oh, evil? Ooh, I like evil. Evil--evil works.

Victoria: Yeah, evil.

Billy: I like evil.

Victoria: So evil.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: Seriously, though.

Billy: (Sighs)

Victoria: All kidding aside.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Victoria: I know you like me in this thing. So just consider it my way of saying thank you for putting up with me for the last few months.

Billy: Okay, well, you're welcome. Mm, and you're right. I do like you in this costume.

Victoria: Thank you! I knew it. (Giggles)

Billy: But the only thing I like more...

Victoria: Whoa!

Billy: Is you out of this costume.

Victoria: Oh, my goodness.

Billy: (Growls)

Victoria: Now that is something else. Oh.

Billy: Ooh, come here.

Victoria: No, you come here.

Billy: Mm.

Victoria: Mm.

Nikki: Katherine, I know you wish Victor and I could find our way back to each other, but that is not going to happen.

Kay: Well, surely not because of Diane Jenkins.

Nikki: Oh... (Scoffs) Pish posh. Because I'm not interested.

Kay: Oh, please, come on.

Nikki: All right, look. I know that you don't like Deacon, and there's nothing I can do about that. But I'm interested in seeing where that will take us.

Kay: Nikki, you don't honestly believe that Deacon... (Stammers) That he can fill the void that Victor has left.

Nikki: He is--

Kay: Well, I don't buy it! I--oh, God.

Nikki: Katherine, you don't know him. He's a good man. If it weren't for him, I would probably be drinking. He's a very good man, and I trust him completely. I'm lucky to have him.

Meggie: Can you tell?

Deacon: What, that you're wearin' two sets of clothes? No.

Meggie: (Sighs) This is gonna work. I know it. Thanks again, Hon.

Deacon: Don't mention it... not to anyone. Don't you ever contact me again. Now get outta here.

Deacon: Tell the warden she took the bait.

Man: Mr. Newman? Should I hold the plane or take off as planned?

Victor: Rodney, kindly hold on a little longer. I'm sure Ms. Jenkins will be here momentarily, all right? Thank you.

Diane: (Sighs)

Diane: Nick.

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

Sharon: It's Adam. He packed a bag. He left town. I haven't heard from him since. Can you find him?

Jack: It's a victory, Nick. Have you given any thought to what you want to do next?

Meggie: You tell Deacon Sharpe he messed with the wrong woman this time.

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