Y&R Transcript Wednesday 1/21/15
PLEASE CLICK TO DONATE TO OUR SITE!!!!
Episode # 10587 ~ Adam pushes Sage to get closer to Nick; Chelsea & Sharon find common ground; Michael makes plans.
Provided By Suzanne
Adam: "When asked about her relationship with Abbott, Chelsea's eyes danced with adoration and love." My God. Can you believe this?
Sage: Calm down.
Adam: How am I supposed to stay calm when every day that goes by is another day that I've lost with my wife and son? We need to speed this up.
Sage: We need to be careful. We're supposed to be having coffee like happy married couples do. Okay? So if you start taking shortcuts, you're gonna make a mistake.
Adam: Okay, listen, you just take care of your end, all right, and keep pumping nick for information about the good, ol' days, because the more information I have, the less chance he has of realizing that I'm not his good buddy Gabe from boarding school.
Sage: I'm doing everything I can!
Adam: Are you doing everything you can? Really? Okay, are you playing on his interest in you? Because you've obviously sparked something, Sage. He likes you, okay? So, you know, make your eyes dance with adoration, all right? Both of our futures depend on this.
Nick: It's never gonna happen. I never lose at this game. I'm a master of it. You don't want none of this!
Faith: Read it and weep.
Nick: You got a job?
Nick: Oh, man!
Faith: And I'm gonna have a family, too. A big brother, two sisters, a daddy, and a mommy. Just like ours.
Nick: Yeah, well, you know, there's -- there's all kinds of families, right? I mean, your little buddy parker, he has two daddies. They love each other a lot.
Faith: Do you love Mommy?
Nick: You know, sometimes things happen between people who love each other, and then they can't be together. But it doesn't mean I don't want your mommy to be happy, because I do.
Faith: But if I come live with you all the time, how will that make mommy happy?
Chelsea: Can you turn a bit to the right? Sharon? You with me?
Sharon: Oh. Sorry.
Chelsea: Thinking about the custody suit again?
Sharon: [Sighs] I know I promised I would be the best employee, and I will, but I just need to get past this case.
Chelsea: Have you, uh, thought any more about strategy?
Sharon: You mean your idea to play dirty? Uh, it's pretty much all I think about. But there's nothing I have on nick that would make him look bad.
Chelsea: Nothing? Or nothing you're willing to bring up because you don't want to piss him off? Why rile him up if there's still a chance you two can get back together? I mean, that is what you're thinking, isn't it?
Sharon: I don't want to take the chance.
Chelsea: Okay, then you better be ready to... forget it. I have to fix this hem.
Sharon: W-what? No, say what you were gonna say.
Chelsea: Unless you're willing to fight with everything you've got, your love for nick is gonna cost you your daughter.
Lauren: Are you okay? I mean, do you want to go home? The doctor did say that you might feel tired --
Michael: I know what the doctor said, but I feel fine.
Lauren: Would you tell me if you weren't?
Michael: I promised we'd be in this together, and I meant it, so go.
Lauren: You know what? I think I'm gonna stay. It's okay. Jill can cover for me.
Michael: Sweetheart, let's try to live as normal a life as possible. We've got a long road ahead of us. This was my first radiation treatment, all right?
Lauren: I know.
Kevin: You decided to do it? How did that happen? Did she finally beat some sense into you?
Lauren: It was a mutual decision, and I'm gonna let Michael tell you all about it. Yes, I did have to beat him.
Lauren: All right. I'll see you later.
Lauren: Bye, sweetheart.
Kevin: Bye. [Sighs] It's about time. I can breathe again.
Kevin: I'm so glad you're finally being proactive about all this.
Michael: Kevin, just stop. Stop the words flowing out of your mouth. There's something I couldn't talk about with Lauren. Something important I need from you.
Jill: You're gonna have to explain this to me. How on earth could you get your hands on enough money to buy back chancellor?
Colin: I keep telling you, one of my investments is about to pay off big time.
Cane: I don't think "big time" is gonna come close to covering Victor's asking price, dad.
Colin: I'm gonna make that much and more.
Neil: I think there's only one way that you could come up with that kind of capital, Colin.
Devon: Did you hear something?
Hilary: Lily isn't due back for another hour. We have plenty of time.
Hilary: Lily! Hi! What are you doing back so soon?
Neil: Colin, you gonna use that Aussie accent and charm to woo some poor, unsuspecting heiress out of her inheritance.
Colin: Oh, shucks. He found me out.
Jill: You both better be kidding.
Colin: Darling, my wooing days are long gone.
Neil: Hey, Jill, sounds pretty honest and very satisfied to me. Nothing like it, huh? Being in a solid marriage.
Cane: So, uh, dad, how do you plan on getting your hands on such a large fortune? Or don't tell me you have some investments that are gonna give you some big dividends. Please don't say that.
Colin: Do the details really matter?
Cane: Oh, so, in other words, it's something shady.
Jill: If you'll both excuse us, I would like a private word with my shady husband.
Colin: Well, I-I-I --
[Cell phone rings]
Cane: Hey, Ed. [Sighs] Why are you calling me and telling me this now? No, no, no, no. I will figure it out. [Sighs] All right, bye.
Neil: Hey, hey, Cane, crisis or what?
Cane: [Sighs] Yeah, we have a large group that, uh, has a conference room, and now they're threatening to cancel if the sound system doesn't meet their requirements.
Neil: Really? That's lily's department, isn't it?
Cane: Yeah. I just don't want to call her if she's on that retreat. You know, she's relaxing. And Devon is --
Neil: Devon? He's out of town.
Cane: Wait, wait. He's out of town? Where did he go?
Neil: I don't have a clue. All I know is that he left last minute.
Lily: They messed up and scheduled my massage for later this afternoon.
Hilary: Oh. That's too bad. You know, why don't you try a yoga class? I heard there's one in about 10 minutes.
Lily: No, actually, I was thinking about going for a walk and kind of exploring. Do you want to join me?
Hilary: Uh, me? No. You know, why don't you go ahead and I will -- I'll catch up.
Lily: Did something happen while I was gone?
Hilary: Uh, no. Why would you ask that?
Lily: I don't know. You just seem kind of tense, you know, kind of closed off.
Hilary: [Chuckles] I do?
Lily: Look, I just was really hoping that this trip would help us get to know each other better. You know, we're gonna be in each other's lives for a while, and I think it'd be nice to do more than just grin and bear it, you know. I'm not saying that one or two days in the spa is gonna magically change things, but I was hoping it would just help us get to know each other better.
Hilary: Uh, lily, there's something you need to know.
Nick: You know, adults can be complicated. Sometimes it's hard to explain why we do the things we do. But it will get easier for you to understand as you get older.
Faith: That's what people always say.
Nick: Your mother and I, we love you so much. I mean, we are crazy about you, all right? So, why don't you run this game upstairs, and I will hook us up with some hot chocolate.
[Knock on door]
Nick: Sage! Hi.
Chelsea: I did a lot of research when Adam was threatening me with that custody suit, and what I found very shocking was how uncompromising you have to be if you want to win.
Sharon: But to bring up things from nick's past that could hurt him...
Chelsea: Well, his side is going to do that to you. They almost have to. Courts almost always side with the mother unless the father can prove that there's a reason the child must be taken from the home. I mean, they are gonna say things that are very ugly and very nasty and very shocking, and you are gonna want to crawl into a hole and die.
Sharon: I can't even believe that nick is letting this happen. We've been in love with each other most of our lives. I mean, okay, I did something terrible, but I wasn't thinking clearly. I wish nick would understand that. It's like he's flipped a switch and turned off all of his feelings for me. I don't even know how that's possible.
Chelsea: Thinking about all that, Sharon, it's not gonna help you. It is what it is, and you have to accept that. I know it's easier said than done, but it's the truth.
Sharon: I saw nick with this other woman yesterday. Sage. I know there's nothing between them, but just the idea that there could be?
Chelsea: It's funny. For a while, that's how I felt about you and Adam.
Sharon: Chelsea, I'm sorry. I...
Chelsea: No, it's okay. It's... it all turned out the way it was supposed to. Well, at least for a while.
Sharon: What's the point of having a soul mate if you're not gonna end up with them?
Chelsea: I feel for you. I really do. Having that connection with someone and then being kept apart by something that's so out of your control, it's unbearable. Anyway, uh, enough of that. I-I have to get back to work.
Sharon: Uh, do you want me to put the other outfit on?
Chelsea: Uh, no, you know, we'll just do that tomorrow.
Sharon: Well, look who's here. Nice to see you again. You know, we've got to stop meeting up like this.
Adam: Yeah, well, people are starting to talk.
Adam: Uh, actually, today, she's the one I want.
Chelsea: So, what brings you by?
Adam: Well, I was, uh, actually hoping to go over some of those marketing ideas for your new line.
Sharon: Gabriel and I seem to be taking up a lot of your time lately. Been here just about as much as I've been.
Adam: Well, when I see something that's important to me, I, uh, put my all into it, so... what do you say? Can I, uh, pick that very talented brain of yours, see if you can teach me a few things?
Chelsea: Sure. Pick away.
Sharon: I'll leave you to it.
Sharon: It was nice to see you again.
Adam: You, too. Very good to see you. Take care.
Chelsea: You're really on top of it, although I wouldn't expect anything less. Your reputation proceeds you.
Chelsea: Mm-hmm. Jack went on and on about you when you came onboard.
Chelsea: Plus you have a very impressive résumé. I think I should be the one learning from you.
Adam: Well, maybe we can, uh, we can both learn something from each other.
Kevin: Keeping secrets from your wife? That is not a good idea.
Michael: It's not a secret. Just don't want her worrying about this.
Kevin: But it's okay for me to worry?
Michael: [Sighs] I'm going to rewrite my will. I would like to name you the executor. Your duties will all be written out, so you'll have a very clear roadmap. I don't want there to be any misunderstandings.
Kevin: Wait, wait, wait. What -- why are you doing this? Is there something you're not telling us? Some reason you want to rewrite your will now? What's going on?
Jill: So, it seems like my locking you in the attic didn't work. I want you to tell me every detail of this investment, please.
Colin: And I will as soon as my broker gets back with --
Jill: Not funny, Colin. You know this is a deal breaker with me.
Colin: Lauren! Hey. Good to see you. Why don't you sit down here?
Lauren: Oh, my goodness. That's so nice. Nice to be taken care of after the day I've had. I just came from seeing jerry, who wasn't in a talking mood or, quite frankly, a buying mood, either.
Colin: Next time around, let me deal with him. I'll have him eating out of my hand.
Jill: Let's leave your hands out of it. I'm not sure where they've been lately. Lauren and I will handle all the Fenmore business, won't we?
Lauren: Yeah. Of course we will.
Jill: Unless you have a problem with that.
Lauren: No. Why would I have a problem with that?
Jill: Okay. What's on your mind? Give.
Colin: Uh, seems there's a bit of girl talk in the air. I-I should leave. Bye. Neil, you mind if I join you?
Neil: Hmm. Not at all. Cane had to leave on some emergency here. I don't know.
Colin: Yeah, I guess with lily not around, he's a bit short-handed.
Neil: Hmm. Devon's gone, too.
Colin: Devon's gone?
Neil: Yeah, he said it was business-related. But who knows what that means. We're talking about Devon.
Colin: Yeah. Boy with everything. Well, almost everything.
Lily: What is it?
Hilary: It's your dad. You know, he and I, we... we decided to hold off on having a baby.
Lily: What? I... I don't understand. The way the two of you have been talking recently...
Hilary: Yeah, I know.
Lily: I mean, he said it was different this time, that you both were ready. So, what changed?
Hilary: You know, when I was a little girl, I decided that I wouldn't have kids. I didn't want to bring a child into the world that I was living in. Recently, when I met the man that I love, I can't stop thinking about how incredible it would be to share a child with him.
Lily: That's great. Then all the more reason to go for it.
Hilary: I can't. I can't do that to your father. It's wrong.
Lily: Hilary, how is it wrong to have a baby with somebody that you love? That's what you wanted. So, what's stopping you?
Lily: Hilary, it's okay. It's gonna be okay.
Hilary: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to...
Lily: No, don't apologize. It's obviously something serious. Is it dad's condition? Did something change?
Hilary: No, no. Neil needs me, okay? He's still struggling, and I need to put him first.
Lily: And, what? You feel like with a baby, you can't do that?
Hilary: He deserves all of me, especially now. Okay, he's -- he's starting to possibly drink again. You know, with my mother... she died because she couldn't stop. And I wasn't there for her. I couldn't bear it if something that I did pushed Neil off the wagon.
Lily: I understand that, but look, you have to take care of yourself. Your life and your happiness is equally important.
[Cell phone rings]
Lily: Sorry. It's Cane. I'm sorry. Just hold on one second. Hey. Is everything okay?
Cane: Yeah, yeah, sweetie, everything's good. Uh, just a little bit of a mix-up with one of the sound systems in one of the meeting rooms.
Lily: How little?
Cane: The historical society is threatening to pull out if we can't, um, fix the problem. Listen, all I need is the engineer's number.
Lily: Yeah, yeah, I'll text it to you. But maybe I should come back and help you. I just think it would look really bad to lose such a huge booking.
Cane: No, no, no, no. Sweetheart, stay there. Enjoy yourself. Relax. I can deal with this. I love you.
Lily: Love you, too. Bye.
Hilary: Uh, you have to go?
Lily: No, Cane doesn't want me to. And I don't think it would be good to leave you like this.
Hilary: No, no. I feel better, really. Just talking to you, it helped. I would feel worse if you didn't go.
Colin: Devon's a young guy with all the money in the world. But does he have his head on straight? I know if I'd come into that kind of money at his age, I would have been the wild one.
Neil: You know what, Colin? It's interesting, but Devon got through this rebellious stage earlier than most. I'm really not worried about him going off the deep end.
Colin: What about all the good-looking women that circle him?
Neil: Hold on now. He's had his fair share of flings, but he found this girl that he's -- he's committed to.
Colin: Yeah, I'm sorry. What was her name again?
Neil: Her name is Gwen.
Colin: Ah. Gwen. Yeah, of course.
Neil: And between you and me, I have a feeling that the two of them have a bright future ahead of them.
Colin: Well, that's... very reassuring.
Adam: So, the idea is to capture the entire essence of Chelsea Lawson by Jabot in one snapshot.
Chelsea: Just one?
Chelsea: Am I that boring?
Adam: No, no, no. Quite the opposite, actually. Um, from what I gathered from our previous meeting, you strike me as a woman who's very self-possessed, you're smart, you're driven, you know exactly what you want.
Chelsea: You got all of that in one meeting?
Adam: Well, I did my research. Plus I sort of have this feeling about you.
Chelsea: Huh. Okay. Let's see if you're right or wrong. Give me your best pitch.
Adam: Okay. So, picture the left side of a photograph. You have 100 women. They're all dressed in different variations of the same style. They're human sheep all striving to conform to the popular meme of what's fashionable. Then on the right side, you have one woman apart from the crowd. She wears her clothes as a form of self-expression. She's comfortable in her own skin. She's not afraid to show the world who she really is. Warm or cold?
Chelsea: You're closer to the equator than you are to the north pole.
Adam: Okay. All right. Everyone is an individual. That's your philosophy, right? It's not about wearing your name tag on everyone's shirt. It's not about joining club Chelsea. In fact, that makes your skin crawl.
Chelsea: Yes. Oh, my God. Nothing makes me more crazy than seeing an entire population of a city in black pea coats and skinny jeans.
Adam: It's boring. It's terrible.
Chelsea: It's true. I used to -- I used to walk down the street and redress people in my mind, you know, or I would buy an article of clothing for myself, deconstruct it, and come up with something completely unique. It's -- [Sighs] I miss that feeling.
Adam: What do you mean, you miss that feeling? You don't do that anymore?
Chelsea: Not really. [Laughs] No, I -- you know, I'm so busy now with -- with deadlines and meeting the corporate needs. Yeah, I almost -- I almost forgot why I love this so much. Thank you for reminding me, Gabe.
Nick: Where did you find this? I mean, [Laughing] I haven't seen this in years.
Sage: Constance had it among her things. I thought you'd get a kick out of it.
Nick: [Sighs] This was my last year at mount bell.
Sage: Mm-hmm. [Chuckles]
Faith: Hot cocoa ready?
Nick: It sure is. Here you go.
Sage: Hello. You must be nick's daughter, faith.
Nick: That is the one and only.
Sage: It's very nice to meet you.
Nick: Faith, what do you say?
Faith: Who are you?
Nick: This is my new friend, Sage, and she brought me something from my old boarding school.
Faith: Can I take my hot chocolate up to my room?
Nick: Sure. Just don't spill it. Be careful. [Sighs] Yeah, sorry. She's, uh, she's going through some stuff ever since, uh, her mother and I broke up.
Sage: Yeah, I understand. I-I should probably just go.
Nick: You could do that, or you could stay, try this amazing hot chocolate I just whipped up. It is so much better than that stuff we had in the park that day, plus my marshmallows are real.
Sage: [Laughs] The park marshmallows were imaginary?
Nick: Oh, no, those were real. Uh, I think I chipped my tooth on one of them.
Nick: My marshmallows are soft, fluffy, perfect.
Sage: Ooh. Well, that's hard to resist.
Nick: I know.
Nick: So, you bring that book. Let's go sit down with some hot chocolate, and you can make fun of all the old pictures of me and Gabe.
Sage: Well, you were, uh, very awkward and gawky. But most boys that age were.
Nick: Yeah. Really looking forward to growing out of this awkward phase.
[Knock on door]
Nick: [High-pitched voice] Mrs. Warner, can Sage come out and play?
Sharon: Sounds like someone's having a good time. What's all the fun about?
Sharon: I brought miss patsy's pajamas. Faith forgot them, and I knew she would want them tonight. Nice to see you again. Paige, isn't it?
Sage: Sage. Yes. Hello.
Nick: Uh, listen, I'd appreciate if you didn't make visits like this without calling first.
Sharon: But faith --
Nick: Yeah, she can do without her doll's clothes for a night. You coming by just confuses her.
Sharon: I doubt it's as confusing as seeing you with another woman.
Nick: Uh, can I talk to you outside, please?
Nick: I don't want to do this, all right? This is my night with faith. I need you to respect that.
Sharon: You're right. I'm sorry. I just miss her, and the idea of... never mind. Um, here. Enjoy yourself.
Jill: Oh, my God. Cancer?
Lauren: Well, you know, the prognosis is good. The, um, five-year survival rate in stage three prostate is -- is almost 100%, so, you know, we're really -- we're hopeful.
Jill: Good. Except why am I hearing this hesitation in your voice?
Lauren: Because Michael is really concerned about the side effects of some of the treatments, that he won't be able to...
Jill: Oh. Oh. Yeah. Yeah, I've heard about that.
Lauren: You know, it doesn't matter to me. All that matters to me is that he beats this disease.
Jill: Yeah, well, I'm sure that's upper-most in your mind right now, but you can't just dismiss Michael's concerns out of hand, you know.
Lauren: I just told you the sex doesn't matter to me.
Jill: But it matters to him. And it'll matter to you later.
Lauren: You know what? I'll just, uh, have to deal with it at that point.
Jill: But in the meantime, it's gonna grow into a huge elephant in the room.
Lauren: Well, maybe in your room.
Jill: This is me you're talking to, okay? We Fenmore women are not exactly the celibate type.
Lauren: Can't even believe we're having this conversation.
Jill: Listen to me. This is a real issue, and you have got to address it, 'cause if you don't, it's gonna eat up your marriage bit by bit until there's nothing left.
Michael: Don't make too big a deal of this. People change their wills all the time.
Kevin: And you just happen to be changing yours right after your first radiation treatment?
Michael: It was as good a time as any. I had the afternoon off.
Kevin: What did the doctor say to you?
Michael: The doctor said what he usually says. The weather's lousy, and then he drones endlessly on about sports.
Kevin: Damn it, Michael. Come on. Stop it.
Michael: I have stage three prostate cancer. It makes sense that I get my affairs in order.
Kevin: No. No, none of this makes any sense, especially asking me to be your executor.
Michael: I need someone I can trust.
Kevin: What about me says "trust" to you?! I wore a chipmunk head and robbed banks! I stared at ceiling tiles in a mental institute! None of that is trustworthy.
Michael: [Chuckles] Who am I supposed to ask instead? Lauren? She has enough to deal with. Fenmore? He's not equipped to handle the decisions involved. Gloria? Just do this for me.
Kevin: Let's, uh, let's just talk about it some other time.
Michael: No, no, no, my friend. You're the one who dogged me about being realistic. We're not going to ignore this. We're gonna face the facts. Don't lose that infuriating obstinacy just when I need it.
Devon: You have no idea how much I wanted to hold you like this when I was watching you go through that.
Hilary: I can't believe I lost it like that.
Devon: Must have been building for a long time. You had to get it out.
Hilary: In front of lily, out of all people. [Sighs] You think she suspects?
Devon: No. If she did, she'd lock down the place and interrogate you till she got a confession.
Hilary: There's no winning, Devon.
Devon: We keep coming back to this -- walking away from each other, but every time we try to --
Hilary: I know, I know. Every time we say that this is the last time, neither of us are strong enough to end this affair. Devon, we have to face it. That's what this is.
Devon: It's not just that, okay? It's a lot more. This is real, Hilary. This is a once-in-a-lifetime love. We don't know if we're gonna find this again, and I can't just turn my back on it. Can you do that?
Devon: I love you more than I ever thought was possible. And I cannot imagine my life without you in it.
Lily: Did you get ahold of the engineer?
Cane: What are you doing?
Neil: Lily, what are you doing back here?
Cane: Sweetie, I told you I could take care of this.
Lily: I know. I know. But I didn't feel right, you doing it by yourself. You're corporate. I'm hands-on. Okay? And besides, why would I want a massage by a stranger when I could have one by you?
Cane: Aww, I love the way you think.
Neil: I hope Hilary's all right by herself.
Lily: Yeah, she told me to go, so she'll be fine.
Colin: Look, uh, if you don't mind, I got to make a call.
Lily: Yeah, and I'm gonna check the sound system.
Cane: Hang on a second. I'll come with you. Neil, you be all right?
Neil: I'm fine. Thank you. Appreciate it.
Sharon: Hi, Neil.
Neil: Ooh. That's not my wife.
Sharon: [Laughs] It's Sharon.
Neil: Of course it is. Yeah. Join me.
Sharon: All right, I will. Thank you. How are you doing? You're looking wonderful, as usual.
Neil: Thanks. Compliments will get you everywhere. You know, Sharon, I'm -- I'm coming along.
Sharon: I can't imagine what you're going through.
Neil: I've got the best support system a man could ever ask for. I've got Cane and lily, Devon, and my wife.
Sharon: Where is she? Is she at work?
Neil: No, she's actually taking a break at the spa [Clears throat] Uh, while I'm playing the role of the bachelor.
Sharon: You gonna paint the town red while she's gone?
Neil: Wouldn't be half the fun without her. Can't even go home because the house is empty.
Sharon: Yeah, I know the feeling.
Sage: You skipped a picture of you.
Nick: No, I didn't see -- I didn't see that other picture.
Sage: Oh, yes, there was. [Laughs] Is that you?
Nick: Yeah, that's a young --
Sage: Is that a production of "the three musketeers"?
Nick: My God. That's, uh -- yeah. It does look like me, I guess.
Sage: Aww. Which musketeer were you?
Nick: Harper. Harpo.
Nick: That doesn't sound right.
Nick: I don't know. Maybe ask Gabe. I think he played innkeeper number two in this production.
Sage: Oh. Was everyone in the school in the play?
Nick: There were definitely more people on stage than in the audience.
Nick: But I highly doubt Gabe made most of the performances.
Sage: What? He just didn't show up?
Nick: He was just such a screw-up. I mean, good guy. Everybody liked him. But he was just, you know, always pulling practical jokes and completely irresponsible.
Sage: That's why he got expelled.
Nick: Yeah. Yeah. I look at him now, just I'm surprised.
Sage: Why? At how much he's matured?
Nick: Well, you know, how much he's -- he's changed, really. I mean, he was reckless and crazy, and I see him now, and he's just so put together and, you know, smart. I don't know. He's really changed. It's like the guy that I knew in boarding school never existed.
Sage: Hmm. Oh! Oh, my -- I cannot believe I just did that. I am so sorry.
Nick: That's okay.
Sage: I'm so sorry. I will get some towels. I will mop it up.
Nick: Stop it. Stop it. At least it wasn't the hot chocolate, right?
Sage: I should never have let you talk me into drinking that. I will go.
Nick: No, it's winter out there. You go outside in wet clothes, you're gonna turn into a popsicle before you hit the car.
Sage: I'm fine.
Nick: Just stop. Let me at least dry your clothes, all right, and then I'll feel better about things, 'cause then I will have saved
your life, and then we'll be even.
Sage: [Laughs] All right. You win.
Nick: Let's get you out of those clothes. Don't worry about this. Good grief. I will, uh, I'll get you a robe.
Adam: We could turn that into a commercial. It's a room full of clones. There's 100 of them. They're all dressed in identical costumes.
Chelsea: Yes, and along comes the original wearing something completely different.
Adam: Yeah, and then comes your slogan, right? "Be yourself."
Chelsea: Yes! [Laughs] Yes! That's perfect! Oh, my gosh. Yes. See? This is how work should be. You know, exciting and stimulating.
Adam: Yeah, this is how life should be -- exciting and stimulating -- otherwise we're just, you know, marking time.
Chelsea: That's how I spent most of last year, actually. But fortunately all of that's changed.
Adam: I know it was difficult for you after you lost your husband. From what I read, he gave you the kind of security you'd never had before.
Chelsea: Yeah, I lived quite a nomadic existence growing up, hopping from one crummy motel to the next.
Adam: Well, you've come a long way from the girl who used to sit in the lobby of the hotel athénée pretending to be a guest.
Chelsea: How did you know that?
Michael: So, can I count on you?
Kevin: [Scoffs] If I'm gonna work hard, you have to, also. So I need you to promise me that you plan on sticking around.
Michael: I'm not planning on dying.
Kevin: That's not a promise.
Michael: It's the best I can do. Look... the point is, I need my family to be protected, and I need you to make sure of it.
Kevin: [Sighs] I'll ask again -- why me?
Michael: Just say yes.
Kevin: Yes. Of course.
Michael: Thank you. You do know that I will need you to pick up my dry cleaning every Tuesday morning, and I will need you to serve me lunch precisely at 12:00 noon.
Kevin: You're gonna be lucky if I take your calls.
Michael: No, and you do know that I like cream and a lot of sugar in my coffee.
Kevin: I said I would be your executor, not your valet!
Michael: Well, that's what you think, but what about...
Jill: So, anyway, just face the situation head-on. You can take it. So can your husband.
Lauren: You really think so?
Jill: Honey, I don't have to tell you what an extraordinary man you're married to. And your love has carried you through a lot of tough times. It'll carry you through this one.
Lauren: Thanks, sis.
Neil: Then after that, I saw the, uh -- what's the other one that was there?
Sharon: Oh, Colin. Hi. I was just saying to Neil what a shame it is that he's gonna lose half of his spa package that he paid for because now lily's back.
Neil: [Chuckles] I have a feeling I know exactly where this is going.
Sharon: You know you're dying to see her. Why don't you go up and surprise her?
Colin: Sharon, that's a wonderful thought. But I have a feeling that Hilary's probably enjoying her downtime.
Adam: How did I know about the hotel athénée? I, um, well, I read about it in an interview that you did awhile back. It was a good interview, lasting image of you in the hotel lobby by yourself there.
Chelsea: Oh. Um, you know what? I, uh, it's getting kind of late, and I have to finish up some designs, so...
Adam: Well, I'd love to watch, if you don't mind.
Chelsea: Actually, you know what? This is -- this is more my -- my private space where I can work creatively and do my best work. Um, I use my office at Jabot for stuff on the business end, so... in fact, maybe we should meet there from now on.
Adam: Yeah, okay. I mean, if that's, you know, what you're comfortable with.
Chelsea: Yeah, okay, so I'll -- I'll see you at Jabot.
Adam: At Jabot. Yes. Well, um, thanks for your time.
Sage: Thanks for the robe.
Nick: Looks good on you. All right, let's get those pants in the dryer.
[Cell phone rings]
Sharon: Hi, sweetie. Did you get miss patsy's pajamas I left there for you?
Faith: Mommy, you have to come to Daddy's right away.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Faith: I heard daddy tell the woman to take off her clothes.
Jack: We're arguing all the time. I want it to stop.
Phyllis: Well, I don't know if that's possible.
Kelly: What's wrong with me?
Stitch: The doctors found poison in your system, Kel.
Back to The TV MegaSite's Y&R Site
Try today's short recap, detailed update, and best lines!
We don't read the guestbook very often, so please don't post QUESTIONS, only COMMENTS, if you want an answer. Feel free to email us with your questions by clicking on the Feedback link above! PLEASE SIGN-->
HELP SUPPORT THESE GREAT CAUSES!
Main Navigation within The TV MegaSite:
Home | Daytime Soaps | Primetime TV | Soap MegaLinks | Trading