Y&R Transcript Friday 10/28/11

Y&R Transcript Friday 10/28/11


Episode # 9768 ~ Adam Sets a Trap for Heather

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma

Victoria: Oh, Keely, you always know when I need company, huh? You're so good in that way. If men are gonna be dogs, why can't they be dogs in that way, huh? You're a good boy. (Sighs)  (Sighs) I think it's time. (Sighs)

(Knock on door)

Victoria: (Sighs) Come here. Hi. (Chuckles) Oh, Dad. Mwah. (Sighs) Come in.

Victor: I saw these by the side of the road, and I thought of my baby. You called them "Happy flowers" when you were a child, remember?

Victoria: I'm surprised you remember that.

Victor: Yeah.

Victoria: Thank you. They're--they're beautiful.

Victor: You're welcome. Come here. Come here. Come here. Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, come here. Come here. Come here. Come here. Come here. You've gotta come out to the ranch and play with Segundo. Okay?

Victoria: Oh, hey, hey, hey, no luring my dog off to the ranch, okay?

Victor: Yes. He belongs to Sam, doesn't he?

Victoria: Well, technically, yeah. Maybe.

Victor: Well... by the way, how is that going with him staying here?

Victoria: Great. Yeah, great.

Victor: There you go. There we go. There we go. Yeah.

Victoria: He's a good friend.

Victor: You're looking for your bracelet?

Victoria: Y-yeah. Uh, I even went by the park this morning and... there was a homeless woman there who had a cart full of stuff.

Victor: (Sighs) Oh, God, I always feel very bad when I see homeless people.

Victoria: Yeah, well, she had bracelets all over her arm, and I was hoping that maybe she found mine, but no luck.

Victor: Well, if it was gold, she probably sold it.

Victoria: Unless the police found it because somehow I lost it near where Diane was murdered.

Victor: I think you should forget about it.

Phyllis: Oh, thank you.

Ricky: You're Phyllis Newman, right?

Phyllis: Uh... mm... who wants to know?

Ricky: Oh, sorry. I'm--I'm Paul Williams' son Ricky.

Phyllis: Oh, hi. Ni--nice to meet you. I-I heard that you were working on the Sharon Newman case. Yeah. Are you going to law school?

Ricky: No, no. I'm--I'm getting my grad degree in journalism. And so I was hoping that once this case is over, I could give you my résumé--

Phyllis: Um, you know what? Stop right there. I-I actually-- I don't believe in résumés in this business, you know? Um, but I'll tell you what, you get me a really good story, I mean, a good one, and I'll consider you.

Ricky: Okay.

Phyllis: Okay.

Ricky: Thanks.

Avery: (Sighs)

Sam: Well, Avery’s not giving up, and I don't think you should, either.

Sharon: (Sighs) Sam, I've been through this already. And the last time, I couldn't believe that a jury would convict somebody who's innocent, but... they did.

Sam: Okay, this is not at all the same scenario. You've got Avery now. You have Victor, who's behind you 100%.

Sharon: Yeah, and if he testifies for me, he risks his own freedom.

Sam: Look, even if it doesn't go your way, it's not over, okay? We'll appeal it. We'll get the conviction overturned. We'll do whatever we have to do. But I'll tell you something, I'm not gonna quit fightin' until you walk out of here a free woman. I mean that.

Adam: So what are we drinking to? Are we celebrating? Are we drowning our sorrows?

Heather: I should be celebrating. I got my job back. I love my job, and I'm good at it.

Adam: Yes, you are.

Heather: But it's not enough.

Adam: Okay. So we're miserable then?

Heather: I'm miserable, which probably makes you very happy.

Adam: What gives you that idea, Heather?

Heather: Asked and answered, Counselor. You're celebrating. I'm drowning.

Nina: (Sighs)

Paul: Hey.

Chance: How are you?

Paul: Fine. How are you doing?

Chance: Good.

Paul: Good, good. Oh.

Nina: Look who's come to dinner.

Paul: What a surprise.

Chance: Yeah, well, everybody does have to eat. After all, it is just dinner.

Nina: Yes, absolutely. Have a seat. We have a few minutes before dinner, so...

Ronan: Great.

Paul: So, um, what can I get you?

Chance: A beer, thanks.

Ronan: Uh, yes, please.

Paul: Be right back.

Nina: Okay. (Whispering) I think I'm gonna need something a little stronger.

Paul: (Laughs)

Chance: (Sighs)

Ronan: Thanks a lot. You could have at least warned her that I was gonna come over here tonight.

Chance: I honestly didn't think you were gonna show.

Ronan: Yeah, that's right. It was probably-- I probably shouldn't have.

Adam: You seriously think that I enjoy seeing you unhappy?

Heather: I wouldn't put it past you.

Adam: Well... I wish things would start going your way for a change, honestly. You, uh, you certainly deserve a lot better than what you had got from me.

Heather: I did, didn't I?

Adam: Are things really that bad, Heather? Okay, they're really that bad. Well, let's have another drink. Maybe we'll do something about that.

Avery: Sorry. (Clears throat)

Nick: Don't be.

Avery: Uh, that's not how I typically deal with stress.

Nick: Well, maybe you should. Everybody could use a hug once in a while.

Avery: Thank you. I do feel better.

Nick: Good.

Ricky: Hey. How's it going?

Avery: Don't ask. (Sighs)

Ricky: Has anything happened?

Avery: No, no, actually, the things that I really needed to have happen today didn’t. (Sighs) Okay, we need to kick this into high gear.

Ricky: Good thing I got a double shot of espresso. Are we doing some late-night digging?

Avery: Anything you can find to buy us time or sway that jury in Sharon's favor-- any little thing, you call me, okay? I will be up, I guarantee it.

Ricky: All right. All right. Keep your phone on you.

Nick: Thanks, Ricky.

Avery: (Sighs)

Nick: You really do hate to lose, don't--

Avery: Oh, I hate it. I hate it. I mean, so much is riding on this-- not just Sharon's future, but her kids', yours. (Sighs)

Nick: Well, I know I wouldn't bet against you, that's for sure.

Avery: Well, the people who have have lived to regret it.

Chance: I saw Delia today.

Ronan: How is she?

Chance: Good. She's really good.

Nina: Thank God.

Paul: How long before they know whether or not the, uh, transplant is gonna take?

Nina: Oh, I don't know. Chloe didn't say. How long was it for you?

Ronan: Uh...

Nina: I'm sorry. Am I not supposed to bring that up?

Ronan: No, it's fine, um, I just don't see how one procedure has anything to do with the other is all.

Nina: Right.

Chance: So what's for dinner?

Nina: Pot roast.

Chance: Mmm, it's my fav.

Ronan: Mine, too.

Nina: Really? I love that. I love when you guys have something in common. It makes you seem more like brothers. So what else?

Ronan: (Chuckles) What do you mean, what else? I mean, like, what's my favorite beer? What's my favorite color?

Nina: Yeah, yeah, everything. I just--I just want to know more about you. You know, like what you like and what you've done and where you've been.

(Cell phone rings)

Ronan: (Sighs) Excuse me. (Ring)

Ronan: Hey.

Phyllis: Hi, this is Phyllis. Did you mean what you said that we should talk some more?

Ronan: Where are you?

Phyllis: The magazine office.

Ronan: I'm on my way. I've gotta go. That was work.

Sam: Well, those are pretty.

Victoria: Oh, hey, thanks. Yeah, my dad brought them by. So are you gonna take Keely out?

Sam: Yeah, yeah, if he's up for it.

Victoria: Yeah, he's always up for it. He's in the backyard on squirrel patrol.

Sam: Yeah. You want to come along? I mean, it's a little chilly, but it's a nice night.

Victoria: Uh, thank you, but I have a few things I need to take care of around here.

Sam: I'll get out of your hair then.

(Cell phone rings)

Victoria: Oh.

Sam: Hey, what's up? You're kidding. I am so sorry. Oh, no, no, no, no. I'll tell--I'll take care of it. You do what you gotta do. Tell your folks I'll be prayin' for 'em. All right, take care.

Victoria: Hey, uh, what's wrong?

Sam: Uh, the friend of mine that took over my practice-- his father just suffered an aneurysm.

Victoria: Oh. Well, he survived.

Sam: Yeah. Yeah, he did, but now he's gotta go spend time with his parents, obviously. I gotta find somebody to cover for him on short notice.

Victoria: Well, I mean, you could go home for a few days, right? Until you get somebody else lined up.

Sam: I can't just walk out on Sharon right in the middle of her trial. I can't do that.

Victoria: I'm sure that Sharon will be okay for a few days, really.

Sam: No. No, I'm not leaving Sharon. That's all there is to it. I can't do that.

Victor: And how soon do you intend to call me to the stand?

Avery: You'll be one of my first witnesses, provided Michael hasn't talked you out of testifying.

Victor: Of course not.

Nick: What are the chances my dad will go to jail if he tells the whole truth about how Skye got to Hawaii?

Avery: If he admits to helping Skye fake her death, the D.A. could press charges against him-- uh, obstruction of justice, malicious prosecution...

Nick: (Sighs) Dad, this is an enormous risk, not just personally. If you do this, Newman stock is gonna take a hit.

Victor: Son, I don't care what consequence befall me or my company, okay? I'm determined to set things right.

Phyllis: This is interesting.

Phyllis: That was fast.

Ronan: You made it sound urgent.

Phyllis: Did I? Well, it is.

Ronan: Are we alone?

Phyllis: Yeah. Is that a problem?

Ronan: No, it's no problem at all. It's preferable, actually. So, uh, what'd you want to tell me?

Phyllis: Nothing.

Ronan: Nothing? You said you wanted to talk.

Phyllis: I don't want to talk. I guess I lured you here on false pretenses.

Ronan: Well, that's disappointing.

Phyllis: Are you disappointed? Really?

Ronan: Well, I rushed all the way over here thinking you wanted to... unburden yourself.

Phyllis: I don't need to unburden myself, but if you need to do that, feel free.

Ronan: I told you, I'm not gonna tell you about my case.

Phyllis: I don't want to hear about the investigation or suspects or lawyers or anything.

Ronan: Then what exactly can I do for you?

Phyllis: Use your powers of deduction, Detective.

Ronan: You don't want to talk.

Phyllis: No.

Ronan: And you don't want me to talk.

Phyllis: No.

Ronan: No. Then what else is there?

Victoria: So anyway, he needs to go home to take care of his practice.

Sharon: And so he sent you?

Victoria: Uh, Sam doesn't know that I'm here.

Sharon: Okay, I don't understand.

Victoria: He says he's not going.

Sharon: Because of me?

Victoria: He's in love with you.

Sharon: Um, you--we-- we're just friends, you know? We're really just friends.

Victoria: Sharon, the man has upended his entire life to be available to you for when you need him. I think its gone way beyond friendship.

Nina: Even as the words are coming out of my mouth, there's a little voice in my head that says, "Stop it! You're pushing him away." I just can't help it.

Chance: Mom...

Nina: (Sighs)

Chance: You're fine. All right, even an international man of mystery like Ronan has to expect that people are gonna ask him questions.

Paul: It is possible that the call was about work.

Nina: Oh, please. That call was prearranged to give him an out.

Paul: You know, he didn't have to come here if he didn't want to. Nobody forced him.

Nina: (Sighs) Are you hungry?

Chance: I'm starved.

Nina: Good. The pot roast should be done by now.

Paul: I'll check on it. You want another beer?

Nina: Oh, thanks.

Chance: I'd love one. Thank you.

Nina: Thank you for inviting Ronan to dinner. I know he's not your favorite person.

Chance: (Chuckles) I can deal with Ronan... in small bits.

Nina: You know, it's too bad you couldn't invite someone who would stick around. I understand Heather is back in town, a-and Paul said that she would really like to see you. I don't know how you'd feel about that, but....

Chance: (Sighs) I'm gonna give Paul a hand, okay?

Nina: Chance? (Scoffs) (Sighs)

Heather: (Giggling)

Adam: All right, young lady, I think, uh, you should hand over your car keys.

Heather: (Sighs) Oh. Uh-oh. Can you just picture the headline? "A.D.A. D.U.I."

Adam: "S-u-x."

Heather: (Laughs)

Adam: It was--it was--

Heather: That's funny. That's funny. (Laughs)

Adam: No, no, it was funny. It wasn't that funny. It was--it was funny. It was like this funny.

Heather: I forgot you were funny.

Adam: I'm sure there's a few good things about me that you chose to forget.

Heather: Mm. Okay. What shall I have next?

Adam: No, no, no, no. I--no, that's not a good idea. Let's--let's not and say we did.

Heather: (Sighs)

Adam: And why don't you just go up to my room and sleep it off?

Heather: Your room?

Adam: I'm just trying to keep you off the road.

Heather: I will call a cab.

Adam: Nah, what if a cabbie recognizes you? You know, you don't want to ruin your professional reputation.

Heather: They're not-- they're not gonna recognize me.

Adam: You have been in the media lately, in the papers. You're handling a high-profile case. We don't want to ruin that public persona. Come on.

Heather: Okay.

Adam: Okay.

Heather: But first, I have to... go to the ladies' room.

Adam: Okay.

Heather: Sorry.

Adam: You got it?

Heather: Yep, I got it.

Adam: That way. (Chuckles)

Adam: Hey, it's Adam Newman. How soon can you get to the Athletic Club?

Avery: Want anything?

Victor: No, thank you.

Nick: No--no, thanks. How much does Mom know about what you're planning to do?

Victor: Not much. I've tried to keep the conversation focused on her progress and her situation.

Nick: So you don't think she could handle the stress of everything that's going on back here?

Victor: I don't think she should, you know? As you damn well know, she had one big setback. If your mother needs more time to recover, I'll give it to her.

Ronan: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. No, I'm a cop.

Phyllis: I know you are.

Ronan: That makes you... that makes you a person of interest.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I know I am.

Ronan: Yeah, you are. Which makes this... which makes all of this...

Phyllis: Mm-hmm, very wrong.

Ronan: Very wrong.

Phyllis: (Sighs)

Ronan: This is a bad idea.

Phyllis: Those are always the best ideas, aren't they? The bad ones.

Ronan: (Sighs)

Sam: Hey. I got here as quick as I could.

Sharon: (Sighs)

Sam: Talk to me. What's up?

Sharon: Um, I just wanted to tell you that it's okay if you need to take care of things at home. I think you should.

Sam: How'd you find out?

Sharon: They need you in San Pueblo. And if you don't go, then I'm gonna feel responsible and guilty, and that's a lot for me to take on right now. As much as I appreciate your support, I-I think it would be best for everyone if you go.

Sam: Okay, um, I'm not just gonna walk out on you, Sharon, right in the middle of your trial. I'm not gonna do that.

Sharon: You wouldn't be walking out on me. I know you're on my side. I know that I can count on you. But you wouldn't be the man who I... the man that I know you are if your friends and neighbors couldn't count on you, too. And, you know, it's not like you don't know where to find me when you come back.

Sam: Yeah.

Sharon: I mean, if-- if you come back. You know, you shouldn't feel obligated.

Sam: You keep saying that this is about an obligation. How many times do I have to tell you? I'm exactly where I want to be.

Sharon: What do you think would happen to me if you left? Do you think that I would fall apart?

Sam: No. No, I don’t.

Sharon: Okay. 'Cause give me a little credit here, all right? I'm a lot tougher than I look.

Sam: I-I know you are.

Sharon: So you'll go?

Sam: Yeah, for a short while. Just until I get somebody set up there. I will.

Sharon: Thank you.

Sam: Okay, don't, you know, just try not to look so happy that I'm leaving.

Sharon: (Chuckles) You know, I'm gonna miss you when you're gone. Do you know that we have not spent one day apart since the day I fell asleep in your barn?

Sam: Well, next time I leave, I'm taking you with me.

Victor: Any messages for Sharon?

Avery: You're going to see her now?

Victor: You made it sound as if she needed some encouragement.

Avery: Well, I'll come with you. She may have some questions about how we're going to handle your testimony.

Victor: All right. You headed back to the ranch?

Nick: Uh, not yet. I gotta swing by the office. I forgot something there.

Phyllis: (Sighs)

Ronan: So you want to grab a coffee? Or...

Phyllis: I can’t. I have work to do. I have deadlines.

Ronan: Right.

Phyllis: Listen, I want you to know that I got what you said before about you being an officer of the law. I know that. And I respect that. This was... wildly inappropriate.

Ronan: Emphasis on the "Wild" part.

Phyllis: Yeah. Um... I got a little carried away. Um, anyway...

Ronan: A little bit.

Phyllis: Yeah, uh, I-- I won't, um, I'll--I'll stay within the boundaries. I understand.

Ronan: Okay, yeah. That'd be good. I mean, this right now, that was good.

Phyllis: Yeah, but it would just--

Ronan: It would be--

Phyllis: It would be smart to do that.

Ronan: It would. It would. It would be smart after something like this got out of our system.

Phyllis: Right.

Ronan: Right. Well, I'm gonna get going, and let you get back to...

Phyllis: Okay.

Ronan: Work.

Phyllis: My work.

Ronan: Your work, deadlines, yeah... as soon as I find my shoes.

Phyllis: Oh. Here's one. Um, here's a shoe.

Ronan: Thank you. It's a shoe.

Phyllis: And--oh. Here's another one.

Ronan: Thanks.

Phyllis: I am going to... I-I have to do some things over... I need to check out some proofs. Have a good day.

Ronan: You, too.

Ronan: (Sighs) (Sighs)

Ronan: Victoria Newman. Park and a bracelet.

Heather: Mm.

Heather: (Giggles)

(Electronic lock beeps)

Heather: (Sighs) (Sighs)

Chance: I wish I had known your son was back in town.

Paul: Uh--

Chance: We could have invited him over.

Paul: Well, you know what? He probably wouldn't have been able to come anyway. He's up to his eyeballs in work, and...

Chance: Oh, that's right. He's working the Sharon Newman trial, isn't he?

Paul: Yes. Mm.

Chance: Opposite Heather? (Chuckles) That must be a little awkward.

Paul: Well, actually, you know what? They're--they're-- they're--they're doing okay. They are, uh, both very professional.

Chance: Oh.

Paul: Heather was, um, really happy to hear that you were okay.

Chance: I know. I talked to her.

Nina: You did?

Chance: All right, you know what? (Sighs) I'm just gonna come right out and say this so I don't have to expect you guys to go running back and talk to her about it, okay?

Nina: We wouldn't do that.

Chance: (Scoffs) She wanted to give us another shot, the two of us. But... I have committed myself to work, and right now, that job takes me all over the place, and you know what? That wouldn't be fair to her.

Paul: You know what, Chance? Really, you--you don't have to explain. It's--it's none of our business.

Nina: Was she very disappointed?

Chance: (Sighs) She's gonna see that it was for the best.

Heather: (Sighs) (Sighs) Mm. Oh, no, no, no. I can't do-- I can't do this. (Sighs)

Adam: You sure?

Heather: Oh. (Sighs) Yeah.

Adam: Okay, I understand.

Heather: You do? (Sighs)

Adam: Yeah. Of course I understand, yeah.

Heather: (Chuckles)

Adam: I-I don't like it, but that's--that's fine. Whoa, whoa.

Heather: (Laughs)

Adam: Whoa, hold on a second. You need to lay down, okay?

Heather: No, no, Adam, I just said I--

Adam: No, no, I know. I know what you just said, okay? And you take this bed. You take the room. I'm gonna go get myself another room. But you need to lay down.

Heather: No, no, no, no. I am gonna get myself a room. I'm gonna get myself a room that isn’t... spinning. (Laughs)

Adam: (Chuckles) I think they're all spinning for you. What--just lay on this bed.

Heather: No.

Adam: I'll get you some water. You just need a little rest, okay?

Heather: Okay. Okay.

Adam: You had a lot to drink.

Heather: That’s... that's nice of you. (Sighs)

Adam: Yeah, that's me...

Adam: "Mr. Nice guy."

Sharon: More bad news?

Victor: No. The opposite. I just came to tell you that I have every intention of testifying when your trial resumes, okay? I'll testify for you, and this time, the outcome will be better, I promise you.

Sharon: Better for me, but, Victor, you could be sacrificing yourself.

Victor: Sharon, I don't want you to worry about me.

Avery: It's crucial that the jury hear from someone who was on the scene and actually saw you trying to save Skye.

Sharon: The jury might not even believe Victor.

Victor: They will believe me.

Avery: Last time, taking the fifth damaged his credibility. It made him look like he was trying to hide something. He's not gonna make that mistake again.

Sharon: He would have to admit to helping Skye fake her death, and won't Heather use that to wreck his credibility?

Avery: Well, she'll try, yes.

Sharon: Okay, so then it really might not help me to have Victor testify, and it could get him in very serious trouble. Victor, don't do it. I don't want you to testify.

Nick: Yo.

Phyllis: I didn't expect to see you here so late.

Nick: Yeah, I had some work, uh, here on my desk that I wanted to get into tonight.

Phyllis: I could have faxed it to you.

Nick: That's all right. I was just at the coffeehouse doing a little strategizing with Dad and Avery.

Phyllis: Is that what you call it? "Strategizing"? (Sighs) Uh, I'm... I gotta get home. (Sighs)

Nick: What were you doing here so late?

Phyllis: (Scoffs) I was strategizing, too.

Nick: Okay, what's the deal?

Phyllis: You tell me. You tell me what the deal is.

Phyllis: I'm out of here.

Ronan: Come in. Hey, hey, hey. So what'd you get on that e-mail address?

Man: Untraceable. They used an anonymous remailer.

Ronan: Okay. (Sighs) I want everything that we dredged out of that creek processed by Monday, and I want the inventory list of it cross-referenced with the crime--

Man: But it's Halloween weekend. All the parties?

Ronan: (Sighs) I forgot. I've got a good idea. How about you dress as a lab tech, and you come into work?

Man: Right. What are we looking for?

Ronan: A bracelet.

Victoria: Well, it's great that you could get a flight.

Sam: You and Keely-- y'all take care of each other, all right?

Victoria: Oh, right. I'm gonna have to do all the dog-walking in the cold and in the rain.

Sam: Well, I'll be back before long.

Victoria: (Chuckles)

Sam: Don't give my room away, all right?

Victoria: No, it'll be there.

Sam: Good. Well, you got my number, you know, if you ever want to talk.

Victoria: Yeah, I think you've probably heard enough of my whining.

Sam: Your whining? You never whine. Come on.

Victoria: Well, you know, kind of.

Sam: Except about the ankle. You did whine about the ankle.

Victoria: Yeah. (Chuckles)

Sam: But keeping in mind that one exception, I would seriously have to say, you're probably one of the strongest women I've ever met.

Victoria: Thank you.

Sam: You're welcome.

Victoria: Well, uh...

Sam: Yeah.

Victoria: Don't forget about us.

Sam: No, no, no, not a chance.

Victoria: Okay.

Sam: All right.

Victoria: Yeah, so have a safe flight. Okay.

Sam: Take care.

Victoria: Take care.

Victoria: Oh, hey! Yeah, let's play catch. That's a really good idea. It's a good idea. Go! Oh, shoot, that was a really bad throw. I'm so sorry. What did I do with the ball? I know. I'm sorry. Oh. Oh.

Victoria: Oh. (Sighs heavily)

Sharon: It's too great of a risk. I want you to cross Victor off the witness list.

Victor: I have made up my mind. She will do no such thing.

Sharon: You've already done enough. You brought me Avery. I am so grateful for that. But that is enough. How much help do you think you can be to me from a prison cell?

Victor: Sharon, I will not go to prison.

Sharon: Really?

Victor: No.

Sharon: Can you guarantee that? Can you, Avery?

Victor: Please listen to me.

Sharon: No. You will not testify for my defense! I will not have you sacrificing yourself for me, especially since it might not do any good. Victor, at this point, I don't know that anything will.

Victor: I will testify for your defense, all right?

Sharon: Guard? Please take me back.

Victor: (Sighs)

Adam: It doesn't matter if they say it's going over $25. I'm telling you it's going down. Okay, I'll talk to you about it later then. All right, then. Bye. Oh, I'm sorry.

Avery: I don't know how lawyers who defend the guilty can stand it. I've only got one client like that, and it makes me sick.

Adam: Uh, shh, shh, shh. Attorney-client privilege. You can't say I'm guilty of anything, even if you just think it. But you know that, don't you? Relax, Counselor. Cheer up. Things might go your way.

Avery: Yeah, well, if they do, it's no thanks to you.

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

Delia: Are you my daddy now?

Victoria: I know that this is Billy’s thing, but, I mean, it's my thing now-- division of property.

Phyllis: When you said you had something good...

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