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Episode # 9630 ~ Sharon Is Carjacked
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Nikki: No wine with dinner, thank you. Just the--the diet cola's fine. Thanks. (Clears throat)
Victor: Well, hello again.
Nikki: Hello. You have a change of plans? You said you were gonna stay in tonight.
Diane: We realized it's been a while since we've had a date, just the two of us.
Nikki: You know, there is a special on the menu. It has your name written all over it.
Diane: You're here alone, I take it?
Jack: Sorry I'm late. Traffic was horrendous. Hello, you two. Did you order for me?
Nikki: Not yet, no.
Jack: You two, uh, coming or going?
Diane: We just got here.
Jack: Well, I'd invite you to join us, but Nikki and I were hoping for some private time.
Victor: The last thing I would want is to sit down and have dinner with you.
Man: Here we have the honeymoon suite.
Phyllis: It's very nice.
Nick: It's the only room they had.
Man: The veranda overlooks a private beach.
Phyllis: Oh, of course it does, right? But we don't really need a private beach. We need, um, a plane or a helicopter or a boat to get us back to St. Martin.
Man: Perhaps the concierge could--
Nick: We already talked to the concierge. There are no flights going out tonight, and the boats can't leave till tomorrow, 'cause there's rough water in the channel.
Phyllis: Wh-which is completely insane. I mean, look out there. It's serene.
Nick: Yeah, that's not the channel.
Man: Thank you, Sir. Hope you enjoy your stay.
Nick: Thank you.
Phyllis: We'd really enjoy it more if we were back in St. Martin, wouldn't we? (Sighs) So I'm sure Adamís there or somewhere else. I'm sure he's already hooked up with Sharon.
Nick: Adam planned this whole thing perfectly.
Phyllis: You know I hate being played a fool. But I really, really hate being played a fool by Adam, of all people. I'm sure he is laughing his butt off right now.
Woman: You can just sit anywhere.
Adam: Uh, actually, I'm-- I'm just looking for directions to the Shuteye Motel. You heard of it?
Woman: Oh, uh, yeah, just a few miles outside of town near the, uh, border of Albuquerque.
Adam: Okay, thank you.
Adam: Hey, it's me. I'm almost there. (Sighs) We will be together soon.
(Cell phone alert chimes)
Adam: Hey, it's me. Look, I'm almost there. We will be together soon.
Woman: Out of the car.
Sharon: (Gasps) Who--
Victor: So, Jack, where's your girlfriend this evening? Or has she broken things off with you?
Jack: What, you don't know where Phyllis is?
Jack: Well, that's kind of surprising, given how eager your wife was to share the news with me. Phyllis is in St. Martin with Nicholas.
Nikki: They're together?
Jack: According to Diane.
Victor: Where did you hear that?
Jack: From Nicholas, of course.
Diane: I can speak for myself, Jack. Thank you. Phyllis is helping Nick try to track down Adam.
Diane: But if he'd wanted you to know, I'm sure he would have told you himself. It wasn't my place.
Jack: Ever the soul of discretion.
Victor: I have a feeling our table is ready, so you two enjoy yourselves.
Jack: Well, I hope you will forgive my presumption pretending to be your date, but I couldn't help myself.
Nikki: You only do these things to get under Victor and Dianeís skin. I shouldn't encourage you.
Jack: But you loved it.
Nikki: Yeah, I kinda did.
Victor: Thank you.
Diane: He certainly enjoys toying with you, doesn't he?
Victor: Never mind that. Jack Abbott is about as irrelevant as they get, okay?
Diane: Hmm. I guess so.
Victor: When did you talk to Nicholas?
Diane: I just wanted to know if Summer needed a ride to the school play.
Victor: Summer isn't even in town.
Diane: I wasn't aware of that.
Diane: Which shows you how little Nick and I communicate.
Diane: I think Summer's a little bit young to be traveling without her parents, don't you?
Diane: But then, I guess that's probably the only way that Phyllis can keep up with all this globe-trotting, right? First New Orleans, then Thailand, and now St. Martin.
Victor: Uh, when did Nick talk to you?
Diane: Please, let's not make an issue of this, okay? I thought we agreed earlier its inevitable there's gonna be a certain amount of interaction between Nick and me. His daughter and my son are friends.
Victor: Why do I get the feeling that you are hiding something?
Diane: There's no need to hide anything, right? You certainly don't hide your relationship with Nikki, do you? Every time I turn around, the two of you are together.
Victor: You can't compare that.
Diane: No. No, you really canít. I had a few dinners with Nick. You married Nikki several times, and one of those times, you divorced me to do it. Do you see me issuing ultimatums, demanding that you cut off all ties? Here you are, you're trying to make me feel guilty over a friendship, and you have zero sensitivity to what it's like for me to come home and find my husband bonding with his ex over their grandchild, and don't you try to tell me that you don't still have feelings for her, because I know better. Everybody knows better. So if anybody around here needs to come clean, it's you.
Victor: Yeah, perhaps you're right.
Nick: What kind of cheesecake do you have? Great. Throw a slice of that on there, and that'll do it. Okay, thanks.
Nick: Chocolate cheesecake. I'm kind of hoping that, uh, it'll make you less crabby.
Phyllis: Let me see that. How late do they pick up the laundry?
Nick: I have no idea.
Phyllis: Oh, all right. They'll still pick it up. The bag is in the bathroom if you want to put your clothes in it.
Nick: Yet another cheap ploy to get me naked.
Phyllis: (Scoffs) Please. We have a lot to do before we track down Adam. And it's just best if we, you know, have food and rest and clean clothes.
Nick: Might as well take advantage of this place. It has everything we could ever want.
Phyllis: It's very luxe.
Nick: Gorgeous view-- the beach, outside.
Phyllis: Yeah, the beach.
Nick: Okay. (Sighs) We've been gettin' on each other's nerves a lot lately, and today was just absolutely miserable. So you think we can try and get along?
Phyllis: I could do that.
Adam: (Quietly) Sharon. Sharon, it's me. Where would she have gone?
Woman: Give me your jewelry.
Man: What's takin' so long?
Man: Oh. She's a pretty little thing.
Woman: Count backwards from 500, and don't stop till you get to zero.
Man: She knows how to use that gun.
Woman: Out loud!
Sharon: (Whimpers) 500... 499...
(Car door opens)
(Car ignition beeping)
(Car engine starts)
Sharon: 497... 496... 495...
Victor: Since when have Nikki and I been an issue for you, hmm?
Diane: How could it not be an issue? She's come between us once already.
Diane: And even now, she still acts like she's your wife. You know, I found her letting herself into our home with her key.
Victor: I'll be damned. That's not appropriate. No.
Diane: No, it isn't appropriate. And I understand that you have a profound history with her...
Diane: And children and grandchildren.
Victor: Well, that's why she came by. She wanted me to see Faith.
Diane: That's not the only reason.
Diane: Let's be honest. There's still a warmth that exists between the two of you.
Diane: I'm not saying there's anything wrong with that, and I'm not saying I want you to cut off all ties with her. That would be unreasonable. But you could at least acknowledge that it isn't easy for me feeling like you have this backup plan if things don't work out. No matter what you think, I am committed to this marriage. I really am. But I do not get the same vibe from you, certainly not when she's in the room.
Victor: Hmm. You have nothing to worry about where Nikki and I are concerned. We're just civil with one another, okay? Polite. Nothing else. But you are very mistaken to assume that I am not serious about my commitment to you. I married you because I wanted to, okay?
Diane: And--and why exactly did you marry me? I'm serious. Lately, you've been either suspicious of me...
Diane: Or dismissive, sometimes annoyed.
Diane: If that's how you feel, why on earth would you want me to be your wife?
Nikki: So are you really that unfazed that Phyllis and Nicholas are together in St. Martin? Or was that just another act for Dianeís benefit?
Jack: You have some reason for asking?
Nikki: I'm just curious, that's all. I mean, things must be going very well for you and Phyllis for it not to bother you.
Jack: Actually, things are going quite well with me and Phyllis. But obviously you think I have some reason to worry.
Nikki: No, I'm not saying that at all. It's just that I would understand if--if that were the case. That's all. They--they had a very intense marriage.
Jack: And a very intense and painful breakup.
Nikki: Yes, that is true, but usually, when there is so much anger between two people, it's because there's a lot of unresolved feelings.
Jack: They are not you and Victor.
Nikki: I know that, and I could be completely off base here.
Nikki: I am just saying, Jack, Nicholas has always had a problem leaving things in the past. I mean, e-even when things have turned out badly, I-I-I--look how many times he went back to Sharon. And now he is with Phyllis. They are alone together on a romantic island. I'm just saying, maybe that's not a good thing.
Jack: (Tapping silverware) As much as I would like to tell you the exact same thought hasn't crossed my mind, it has.
Phyllis: You ordered my favorite things.
Nick: You're welcome. How about some wine?
Phyllis: Sure. All right, that--that's fine. That's fine.
Nick: Why? We're not drivin' anywhere.
Phyllis: Well, then continue.
Phyllis: It's really beautiful. If I'm gonna get stuck anywhere with you, I'm glad it's here.
Nick: It is very nice.
Adam: So she didn't say anything about where she was going?
Man: Well, she mentioned she was planning to meet up with you in Sedona.
Adam: Yeah, you know, I just--she was so tired, I was just worried that, I don't know, it wouldn't be safe to drive. I'm--I'm sure I'm just worried about nothing, and she probably just stepped out for a bite to eat, you know?
Man: Well, wherever she was going, she was in a hurry. I didn't know if she'd be coming back. I held on to the room just in case. Guess it's a good thing I did.
Adam: Yeah, it is, for sure. Thank you. (Knocks on door) Sharon?
Adam: (Sighs) I don't know, um, do you mind if I just maybe stay here for a little while?
Man: Sure, that's fine. Let me know if I can help you with anything else.
Adam: Thanks. Come on, Sharon. (Sighs) My phone. Sharon, where the hell have you gone?
Sharon: (Sighs) (Sighs) (Sighs)
Victor: Do you really feel as if I thought of you as a nuisance sometimes?
Diane: Sometimes. I've tried to write it off as just you being under so much stress...
Diane: Because I'm the same person I was when you proposed to me, and if you feel you've made a-a bad decision or a mistake--
Victor: No, I don't feel that. I don't feel that at all. That was never my intention, and I'm sorry if I gave you that impression. I really am.
Diane: I guess I've been starting to feel like--like maybe the only reason we're married is because you were feeling lonely and depressed...
Diane: After losing the lawsuit and breaking off ties with your children.
Victor: (Sighs) The last few months have been very hard on me, you know? And feeling rejected by my children, well, to be frank with you, is... very painful.
Diane: I understand.
Victor: Yeah. I know you do, and I appreciate that. I appreciate your compassion. I really do.
Diane: I'm happy to do it for you, Victor. But I would have whether or not we were married.
Victor: I like being with you. You don't judge me. I can relax around you. I can't say that about a lot of people in my life. Now if I've been a little distant--
Victor: Well, so maybe I have been.
Diane: You are who you are. I don't expect you to write me poetry or serenade me beneath my window at night.
Victor: Oh, I wouldn't know how to do that. (Laughs) I wouldn't know how to do that.
Diane: But I wouldn't want you to... (Laughs)
Victor: I can't sing, you know. What?
Diane: I just want to know that I'm wanted.
Victor: You are. I want you. Come here. Now you be honest with me. Why did you marry me?
Nikki: Jack, you wouldn't be human if you didn't feel at least a twinge of concern when you heard that Nicholas would be traveling with Phyllis.
Jack: Uh, to be honest, it was more than a twinge. Some pretty bad memories-- discovering their affair the last time Phyllis and I were together. But you know what? I really only have two choices-- either I trust her or I donít. If I don't, I don't know what the hell we have to build on. If I do... maybe I'm wrong, but in the end, I will not torture myself with all kinds of questions from here till then.
Nikki: Phyllis cares about you, Jack. And Nicholas respects you so much. Believe me, they would never cross any kind of line, and anyway, it's not like they're on some kind of romantic interlude. They are there to find Sharon. I'm sure that is first and foremost in their minds.
Nick: I can't remember the last time I was someplace this nice.
Phyllis: New Orleans was nice. Um, Paris-- aw, that was really nice. Remember Paris? It was great. (Sighs) Hey, when we find Sharon, you should thank her. You would never go anywhere if it weren't for her.
Nick: I'm already imagining the things going through your mind right now. "Here he is running off to save Sharon yet again."
Phyllis: Mm, and don't forget, "Phyllis, she's the mother of my children."
Nick: Well, it happens to be true.
Phyllis: I know. It's very true.
Nick: You can't possibly think that I still have feelings for Sharon after everything she has done.
Phyllis: I don't think you're in love with Sharon anymore, no. But I think that you care for her, and I think it upsets you when she does stupid things. But... I don't want to live with that. And we're not married, so you don't owe me any explanations.
Nick: Well, there's a lot of things that I would have handled differently when we were married. I would have been a lot less selfish and more self-aware. I put you through a lot. I know that. But it's only because I was trying to hold on so hard. I loved you. I didn't want to lose you, and I lost you anyway.
Phyllis: You bounced back.
Nick: You don't really believe that, do you? Our marriage falling apart was one of the toughest things that I have ever had to deal with.
Phyllis: Do you want to play cards? I want to play cards. I saw some cards in-- in--in the room.
Sharon: Hi, it's Sharon. Leave me a message, and I'll get back to you as soon as I can. Thanks.
Adam: Hey, uh, I'm here in your room. Uh, none of your things are here. The manager said that he saw you leaving. Uh, I just want to hear from you. Can you call me, please? I just want to know that you're all right.
Victor: Why did you want to marry me? Hmm?
Diane: I doubt this will make sense to you. You always make such a point of saying that you don't look back. You don't dwell on the past...
Diane: Whereas I've spent, really, an embarrassing amount of time analyzing the mistakes I made when we were married before...
Diane: Wishing that I had it all to do over.
Diane: And now suddenly, I do. I'm not gonna tell you it was a dream come true, because your head would swell.
Diane: (Laughs) You'd be impossible to live with.
Victor: And we wouldn't want that now, would we?
Diane: But you do have this way of showing up at just the right time...
Diane: When things look especially bleak and you make all my problems disappear with a wave of your hand, like when I missed my flight...
Diane: You took me to New York.
Victor: Mm. I remember.
Diane: Like when you ignored the fact that-- that I was the town pariah, and you gave me a job, and you gave me a home. I think they used to call that "Sweeping a girl off her feet." It's gone out of fashion, but I'm still a big fan.
Diane: (Laughs) I think in the end, I said yes because I knew I would never find a better man to marry me.
Victor: (Sighs) Let's get the hell out of here.
Diane: Yes, letís.
Nikki: Well, I'm grateful that Noah has his music to focus on. It gives him, you know, a positive channel for all of his feelings about... Sharon.
Jack: Is it my imagination, or did I just see you give those two a look of utter disdain?
Nikki: Well, for Diane, it was.
Jack: Boy, you cannot shake that guy, can you? His own kids have lost hope that he's going to change.
Nikki: It's a very complicated situation, Jack.
Jack: (Sighs) He is leaving with his wife. You're gonna have to get used to this, Nikk.
Nikki: You're absolutely right. Where were we?
Jack: I believe we were talking about Noah and his music.
Nikki: Right. Noah.
Phyllis: So what are we playing?
Nick: You know, the last few years, I've only played "Go fish" with Smmer. I doubt if I even remember the rules to any other game.
Phyllis: Are you tryin' to hustle me?
Nick: I'm not hustlin' you.
Nick: Pick a game.
Phyllis: Okay. "Crazy eights."
Nick: Let's do it.
Phyllis: Let's do it.
Nick: What are we playin' for?
Phyllis: The bed. The winner gets the bed. The loser sleeps on the sofa.
Nick: You got a bet.
Sharon's voice: "I hate doing this to you. You've tried so hard to help me. I know you'd do anything for my sake. But I can't go on living like this. I've hurt too many people, let my children down. I'll never get over that. I know you talked about trying to clear my name so I could come home to them, but I don't believe that's even possible. I don't want them having to live with the shame of a mother in prison or ever to think I chose life on the run with you over them. It's better if I'm just out of their lives completely and yours."
Sharon: I'll have a roast beef sandwich and a cup of coffee.
Sharon's voice: "I don't want you giving up your future for my sake. Start over without me. Reclaim your life." "I'll always love you. I'll miss you forever... but this is good-bye."
Victor: You know, I forgot that Kyle has a sleepover, right?
Diane: Yes, he does.
Victor: So we have the house to ourselves.
Diane: Yes, we do. So why don't I get that bottle of wine you opened earlier?
Victor: Wait. I want to make it up to you.
Diane: Make what up to me?
Victor: I know you haven't always felt welcome in this house, your house now, and that isn't fair. So what can I do to reassure you that I'm very happy that you and I got married? Hmm?
Diane: Look at me like that, hold me like this...
Diane: And we're good.
Victor: Mm-hmm. We're good together, aren't we, hmm?
Diane: Yeah, we are.
Victor: Mm-hmm. (Sighs)
Nikki: You didn't have to order this for my sake, you know.
Jack: Oh, as it is, ginger ale is a wonderful remedy for nausea, which I always seem to feel anytime I have to deal with "The Mustache." Oh, sorry. Now I'm the one bringing him up. Sorry about that-- not that you weren't thinking of him already.
Nikki: (Sighs) I'm not even gonna bother denying it. You know me too well.
Jack: I wish I knew how to stop you.
Nikki: Me, too. (Sighs) But you have been very good at distracting me.
Jack: Gee, thanks. Next time we're gonna have dinner, though, call me before you leave.
Nikki: I just might do that. Excuse me. Just--ladies' room.
Woman: Mr. Abbott?
Woman: I thought it was you. I've seen your pictures in "Restless Style." Mind if I join you?
Nick: (Sighs) You know, I can, uh, I can make this up for you. It doesn't look like it's gonna be too uncomfortable.
Phyllis: No, we are not done.
Nick: What do you mean, "We are not done"? We played ten rounds. I won seven.
Phyllis: Um, I'm sorry. You have to win ten.
Nick: Whatever. Let's go.
Phyllis: All right, let's go.
Nick: Pick another game then.
Phyllis: Okay, "Slap." Do you remember how to play that?
Nick: Yeah, I remember how to play "Slap."
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. Okay, here we go.
Nick: Cheater. My pile's a lot smaller.
Phyllis: Please. There's no whining in "Slap."
Nick: Let's do this.
Nick: Ooh, an 8. If this was "Crazy Eights," you'd be doin' well, but it's not.
Phyllis: Keep talkin', loser.
Nick: I'm talkin'-- ohh. A little premature there. I got excited.
Woman: Haven't seen you here before.
Sharon: Yeah, I just got into town.
Woman: Well, enjoy your stay.
Sharon: Thanks, but I'm just passing through. I won't be staying long.
(Knock on door)
Man: Sorry to bother you. Did your fiancťe come back yet?
Man: (Sighs) Well, I hope I'm wrong, but they're saying on the radio that there was an accident near here. The description of the car involved, well, it sounded like the one she was drivin'. They're two of a kind.
Victor: Oh, my goodness. Oh, my goodness. Look at you. Come here. Mm. (Sighs) Mm. Hmm?
Victor: (Whispers) Take off my shirt.
(Cell phone rings)
Woman: Could you tell which Jabot fragrance I'm wearing?
Woman: You probably need to be closer. I sprayed it right here.
Woman: That's right. I like this game. I could play all night. I have a room upstairs.
Jack: Inviting as that sounds, uh... I'm in love with someone.
Woman: She's a lucky woman.
Adam: (Changes radio station)
(Changes radio station)
Man: Some breaking news. Emergency crews are responding to a serious accident. Police have confirmed at least one fatality.
Man: The victim has not yet been identified. We do have a report that a driver's license was recovered at the scene, and that the photo on the license bore a striking resemblance to convicted felon and wanted fugitive Sharon Newman.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Billy: Did Daisy give birth near Genoa City?
Nick: What's wrong?
Phyllis: It's Sharon. She's dead.
Jack: How many times does he have to hurt the people that you love before you give up on that jerk?
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