Y&R Transcript Friday 2/13/15


Episode # 10604 ~ Chelsea ends up in Adam's arms; Nick has a surprise for Sharon; Hilary worries about the future.

Provided By Suzanne

Nick: You better not eat too many of those.

Faith: Daddy, candy's the whole reason for Valentine's Day.

Nick: Oh, really? See, I thought it was a day for telling people that you love them.

Faith: That and candy, but mostly candy.

Nick: All right. So, who do you love?

Faith: You and mommy.

Nick: Just me and mommy. What about Romeo Caldwell? Yeah, see, I saw you checking him out when I picked you up from school.

Faith: I'll never love a boy.

Nick: [Laughs] I'll remember you said that when you're 16. Speaking of gross boys...

Noah: What are you doing?

Faith: Noah, happy Valentine's Day. You're...

Noah: Thank you.

Faith: ..."Hot stuff."

Noah: Oh, that's great.

Nick: [Laughs]

Noah: Why don't you get one of those heart-shaped cookies over there? My treat.

Nick: Uh-huh. Cookies. And candy. I'm gonna call you when she crashes from that sugar high.

Noah: Well, I'm gonna be long gone, 'cause I got a party I have to go to.

Nick: Yeah, don't remind me. You're bailing on me on the biggest night of the year at our club.

Noah: Sorry about that.

[Cell phone chimes]

Nick: I can see how broke up you are about it. Oh, you got to be kidding me.

Noah: What's up?

Nick: It's Amy. She just flaked. She can't watch faith tonight.

Noah: I got plans.

Nick: I mean, the city inspector threatens to shut us down, I move mountains to keep us open, and now I can't even go.

Noah: Sure you can.

Nick: Dude, where am I gonna find a sitter on such short notice?

Noah: Do you really have to ask?

Nick: Okay.

Sharon: So...a night for just the two of us. No work, no kids -- you know, I didn't think that was possible.

Nick: It's been our toughest obstacle to overcome.

Sharon: Yeah, we have wonderful kids, a great job, a happy marriage. You know, it sounds more like an embarrassment of riches rather than an obstacle.

Nick: Yeah, we really do have it all, don't we?

Sharon: Yeah.

Summer: Hello?

Kevin: Hey! You guys did decide to come.

Mariah: Yay.

Austin: Wait, are -- are we the only ones here?

Kevin: I don't know. We literally just got here.

Mariah: Yeah.

Austin: Just the four of us? I mean, what kind of party is that?

Mariah: A painful one.

Summer: I can't believe we're the only ones here.

Abby: You're not. I'm here!

Mariah: This just keeps getting better and better.

Summer: Oh, Abby, do you have any idea who sent these invitations out?

Abby: Who cares? It's an exciting adventure. Lots of those begin with a mystery.

Mariah: Oh, so do horror flicks.

Summer: Okay, this is nothing like a horror movie.

Mariah: This is exactly like a horror movie -- young people get anonymous invitations to come to a remote cabin in the middle of nowhere. All we need is for somebody to knock on the door. [Chuckles]

[Knock on door]

[All gasp]

Chelsea: Hey. Come on in.

Victoria: Is Billy upstairs?

Chelsea: Uh, he's not here.

Victoria: Oh. Oh, he said that he would watch the kids tonight. If I'd known, I would have gotten a sitter. It's just that I thought he would want to be with the kids today, you know?

Chelsea: He does. He just...needed to go out for a while.

Billy: Happy birthday, sweetheart.

Cane: All right. We'll be there soon.

Lily: Okay, so, Kelly's been briefed, kids are at the sitter, my bag is packed and ready to go. I am ready for my romantic getaway with my sexy hubby.

Cane: And that was the pilot. The plane that's been provided is gassed up, ready to go.

Lily: Are you gonna have to work all weekend?

Cane: Are you kidding me? I have a feeling that Jill is not gonna mind handling the lion's share of business.

Jill: Hello, Devon.

Devon: Hey.

Jill: Are you ready for our first trip together as chancellor executives?

Devon: I am ready, but what is he doing here?

Jill: Who? Oh, him. He's going with us. As my husband, not as my business partner.

Devon: Well, let's keep it that way, 'cause I'm sure I don't have to remind you the terms of my financing.

Jill: Colin will have nothing to do with chancellor affairs. I promise.

Colin: I know the rules.

Devon: And please follow them.

Jill: Yes. Don't worry. We will. Come on, darling. I'm really glad you're going with us.

Colin: Come on! A five-star hotel free for a weekend...and my wife?

Jill: [Laughs] I'm really sorry about Devon's stupid conditions.

Colin: I'll try not to...piss him off too much. Hey, look, who knows? Maybe I can...make the guy like me after a while. You never know.

Devon: Hey. How you doing?

Hilary: Well, this isn't exactly how I wanted to spend my Valentine's Day.

Devon: Yeah, me neither, but at least we get to be together.

Hilary: While I share a hotel room with your father.

Devon: Once Neil gets used to the idea he's not gonna get his eyesight back, we're gonna tell him the truth together. Let's get you a drink. Come on.

Cane: Hey, Neil's here. Hey, buddy.

Neil: Hi.

Lily: Hey, dad.

Neil: Hi. Am I the last one?

Cane: Uh, yeah. Everyone's at the bar.

Neil: Hi, honey. Uh, Hilary?

Hilary: Hey. Yeah. I'm right here. Um, you know, I really wouldn't have minded waiting for you.

Neil: I knew you had to run by the office, and I had to make sure that I had everything that I needed... which I do.

Lily: Well, I'm really glad that you and Hilary could join us.

Neil: I appreciate everyone letting us tag along.

Lily: It's gonna be the perfect valentine weekend. Well, almost perfect, since Devon's couldn't convince Gwen to come. So, I guess you'll spend the most romantic day of the year just staring at a bunch of happy couples.

Devon: Well, I just want to focus on chancellor business this weekend, anyways. I'm thinking of taking a more active role in the company than originally planned.

Neil: Yeah. Remember, son -- the best laid plans of mice and men often go astray.

[Cell phone chimes]

Cane: That is the, uh, car. It's ready. Let's go. Who's ready?

Lily: I'm ready.

Cane: All right. Come on.

Neil: I am so ready.

Victoria: I know that Billy would probably want to be some place where he felt close to Delia.

Chelsea: Yeah, he's always drawn back to the memorial site on special occasions.

Victoria: My mom can watch the kids.

Chelsea: No, it's fine. Leave them here. Billy will be back soon. I know he'll want to see them.

Victoria: Are you sure that Billy should be alone today?

Chelsea: Having time with Delia, I think, is exactly what he needs. Besides, when he's there, he isn't really alone.

Billy: Well, I hope that you can indulge your old man, 'cause I got a lot I'd like to say today. I always have a lot to say, don't I? [Chuckles] I brought you a present. It's a, uh -- it's a copy of a plague that's on the wall of a theater that was built in your honor. You got your own theater, kid. It opens this week, and you're gonna be a big shot now. I want you to know that, um... a lot of people who love you -- they came together to make this happen. And it's a really special place where -- [Voice breaking] Where little kids can come to -- to act and sing and to dance -- all the things that you love so much. [Sniffles] I wonder if your little sister here is gonna end up being as big a ham as you are, huh? [Chuckles] She's getting so big, Dee. I need to bring a new picture. She's really beautiful. [Crying] She's beautiful like you were. But, uh, she -- she's never gonna take your place, okay? No one ever could. [Sniffles] And Adam may have taken you from me, but... you will always be in my heart, okay? He's never gonna destroy your memory. Never.

[Twig snaps]

Billy: Hello? [Sniffles] Hello? Is somebody there?

[Knocking on door]

Summer: Abby, don't.

Austin: Yeah, maybe you shouldn't.

Mariah: Hey, if he has an ax, I'm not home.

Abby: Okay, stop it, all of you. Whoever is out there is probably frozen by now.

[Knocking continues]

Fenmore: It's about time.

Summer: Oh, fen!

Abby: I'm sorry. Some people thought you were a crazy, ax-wielding serial killer.


Abby: Yeah, crazy, right?

[Knock on door]

Mariah: I cannot take much more of this.

Abby: Noah, hey!

Noah: Abby.

Abby: Hey, come in. Where's Courtney?

Noah: Uh, she got held up at the station, but she'll be here later.

Abby: Oh.

Noah: I got an invitation to a party.

Summer: Yeah, no. We all did. This is it.

Noah: Okay...

Abby: Yeah, I mean, there's -- there's tons to eat in the kitchen and even more to drink.

Mariah: Not enough.

Noah: Does anybody else think it's weird that we got invitations to drive all the way up here and we have no idea who sent them?

Summer: Yeah.

Noah: Abs? Do you have any idea who might have arranged this?

Abby: Why would I know?

Noah: Well, because you're you and you're the only Abbott here and this is the Abbott cabin.

Abby: Okay, fine. It was me. I sent out the invitations. Ta-da!

Kevin: Why all the cloak and dagger?

Abby: Well, I'm just -- I wanted to make sure that you'd all come to my party.

Fenmore: Why wouldn't we come to your party?

Mariah: Ooh! Me! Pick me! I know.

Abby: I knew that you would all come if it was in Genoa city, but then you'd go off and be alone with your significant others, and...damn it, I didn't want to be alone on Valentine's Day.

Mariah: Finally someone more pathetic than me.

Kevin: Okay, look, now that we're all here, why don't we just get started?

Noah: Why not?

Mariah: I could use a drink.

Abby: Come on. Everyone in the kitchen.

Austin: Summer... you're, uh, disappointed, aren't you? That Abby set this up.

Summer: No. Why would I be?

Austin: You were hoping it was Kyle.

Sharon: Nick.

Nick: Hi.

Sharon: Faith, come on in, baby. It's cold.

Faith: Can I go see my room? I miss it.

Sharon: Yes, you can. Is something wrong?

Nick: Uh, no. Uh, I just -- I got this huge night at the club. We're totally swamped. Amy just bailed on me. Noah and Summer are out for Valentine's Day.

Sharon: You want me to watch faith?

Nick: I know it's short notice.

Sharon: No, no. It's fine. Nick, I'm glad you came to me.

Nick: You know, I don't want to put too much pressure on you.

Sharon: Nick, you can trust me. I know the judge ruled in your favor, but I'm just as capable of looking after our daughter as you are, and this is gonna give me a chance to prove it.

Billy: Hello? Is somebody there? [Sighs] Guess it was the wind. [Chuckles] You know, for a moment there, I kind of thought maybe -- maybe it was you. [Chuckles] I know, I know it's crazy, but I do that sometimes. I-I hear a kid laugh or I see a little girl riding around on a pink bike, and I... I think it's you and that you're just gonna come running over and -- and take my hand. And then I remember that you're gone and that there is no more laughing or bicycle rides or birthday cakes. You know, I really wanted to bring you something, uh, special for your birthday. And what could be better than this, right? Just one thing... justice. I really wanted to make Adam pay for what he did to you, 'cause that son of a -- [Chuckles] He got off easy dying. You'd think that I would be happy that he's gone. But I'm not.

Delia: Maybe 'cause he's not gone, daddy.

Sage: Hey.

Adam: Deserting your husband on the most romantic night of the year?

Sage: Well...were you thinking that we should celebrate Valentine's Day so maybe you don't have to think about your one true love?

Adam: No. Uh...what are you doing? Go. You should -- you should go out. It's, you know... go. [Chuckles]

Sage: You sure?

Adam: Yeah. Yeah, I'll be fine. I'm gonna -- I'm gonna drown myself in this sucker. [Chuckles] [Sighs]

[Doorbell rings]

Chelsea: Gabriel.

Adam: Hey. Uh, is Billy home?

Chelsea: Uh, no. He's out.

Adam: Uh, well, I-I got that. You guys can have it. You know, you should, uh -- you should -- you should celebrate. I got that to, uh -- to drink with Sage, but, um --

Chelsea: But you guys got into another fight?

Adam: It's what happens. Um...anyway, look, you -- you guys enjoy that. It's really good. And, um... and happy Valentine's Day.

Chelsea: Gabe. Wait.

Billy: Well, hey, kid. What took you so long? It's cold out here.

Delia: Dad, did you hear what I said? Adam's not gone.

Billy: Ye-yeah, sweetheart. I heard you, but...I-I really don't want to talk about Adam.

Delia: You have to hear this. Adam's alive, dad. He's alive in Connor like I'm alive in you.

Billy: That you are, sweet girl.

Delia: I'm worried about you, daddy. You're so mad at Adam, what if you're not nice to Connor because of it? He needs you.

Billy: No, I could never treat little Connor like that. I think of him as my own son. But I can't just forget that Adam took you from me. I can't just let go of the hatred that I feel for him.

Delia: If you're mad at someone, don't stay that way, because you're wasting time when you could be happy.

Billy: You wrote that for your school project.

Delia: Right.

Billy: I get it. I need to stop wasting time hating Adam so that I can focus on loving the people that really matter, right?

Delia: Then you forgive Adam?

Adam: I really thought you and Billy would be celebrating Valentine's Day.

Chelsea: Well, this is a difficult day for him. He needed some time alone. At least, I-I think he does.

Adam: But you're not sure?

Chelsea: Well, I told Victoria I was sure, but to be honest with you, um, I'm kind of having second thoughts.

Adam: Really? Well, maybe you should go be with him.

Chelsea: Maybe.

Adam: Maybe not?

Chelsea: [Chuckles] To be honest with you, I don't really know what Billy needs right now. It's so strange, you know, when you love someone but there are still certain things that they won't share with you.

Adam: Yeah. Yeah, I can imagine how difficult that must be. Well, I-I should, um, [Chuckles] I, um -- I should go. I should probably --

Chelsea: You know what? Actually, I don't really know when Billy's gonna be home, and like you said, it would be a shame to let this bottle of wine go to waste. Why don't you join me?

Adam: Now? Yeah?

Chelsea: Yeah. And look -- how did you know cabernet was my favorite?

Adam: Well, that was -- that was just a lucky guess. [Chuckles]

Chelsea: Oh, well, I'll grab us a corkscrew.

Adam: Okay. All right.

Nick: Hey, Cory. Good to see you, man. Wow. They'll let anybody into this joint.

Stitch: [Chuckles]

Victoria: Yeah, anybody who will pay the $20 cover charge. Per person.

Nick: 20 bucks?! It's supposed to be $25.

Victoria: Yeah, well, I think your bouncer felt sorry for the old boring couple who has to be home by 9:00.

Nick: Sorry about that, grandma. Why don't you two grab a table, and I'll get you some drinks before the youngsters start pouring in.

Victoria: All right.

Stitch: Okay, so you're saying we're an old boring couple?

Victoria: Have you seen the crowd?

Stitch: [Sighs] I think I see what you mean.

Victoria: You don't mind me bringing you here, do you?

Stitch: I can't think of a better place to spend our first Valentine's Day than the scene of the crime.

Victoria: Oh.

Stitch: Yes.

Victoria: 'Cause this is where we first got together.

Stitch: You remember.

Victoria: Yeah, sort of. Bits and pieces.

Stitch: [Chuckles] Yeah, the room spinning, staggering to the car?

Victoria: [Chuckles] Yeah. I actually remember thinking that this is somebody that I could really care about.

Stitch: You sure that wasn't the tequila talking?

Victoria: [Chuckles]

Sage: Hey, there, barkeep.

Nick: Hey, Sage. How you feeling?

Sage: I'm great. I just wanted to say thank you so much for my flowers.

Nick: Yeah. I was hoping they'd help you forget how bad you were feeling.

Sage: Looks like I should send you some. Lighten up your mood a little bit, huh?

Nick: Actually, I need another bartender. We're already slammed. The night's barely started.

Sage: Have you seen my silk panties?

Nick: Uh...wha-- your what?

Sage: Uh, it's a vodka martini with peach schnapps and raspberry liquor.

Nick: Yeah. Those panties.

Lily: Man, the spread back there is amazing. There's lobster and caviar and champagne.

Cane: Yeah, get used to it, babe, because you are married to the co-C.E.O. Of a fortune 500 company.

Lily: Well, everyone wants to be spoiled every once in a while.

Cane: Yeah.

Jill: This is the only way to live.

Lily: Yes.

Jill: First class all the way. [Chuckling] I'm getting a refill.

Colin: Look out, world. She's back.

Lily: [Chuckles]

Neil: You know, Colin, sounds like Jill has adjusted to being a C.E.O. Again.

Colin: Well, she waited a long time to be in charge over at chancellor.

Neil: I know you tried to come up with the money to finance the purchase.

Colin: Nearly succeeded, too. I, uh, found an...investment possibility that didn't quite work out the way I hoped.

Neil: Yeah, tell me about it. I think I might be interested in an opportunity like that, you know?

Hilary: So, Colin, are you gonna monopolize my husband the entire flight?

Colin: Of course not. Valentine's day. You should be alone.

Hilary: Hey.

Neil: Hey. What's up?

Colin: You are playing a dangerous game. If you think you can squeeze me out of chancellor while you work your way in...

Devon: Colin, your threats aren't gonna mean anything once Hilary and I come clean to Neil.

Colin: You gonna do that today, Valentine's Day? [Chuckling] The most romantic day of the year? Maybe I'm still holding all the cards after all.

Neil: Oh. You tense, nervous?

Hilary: No.

Neil: [Chuckles] Do you remember that first time that we flew together on Jabot business? And you told me you were an anxious flyer, that before you got on a plane, that you always put your affairs in order. Some water.

Hilary: Uh, I need to get some water. [Breathing shakily]

Devon: Hey.

Hilary: I-I can't do this.

Devon: Everything's gonna be okay.

Hilary: No, it's not okay. Okay, when I was over there with Neil, I could swear he was looking at me, like he was accusing me with his eyes.

Devon: He wasn't. He can't see.

Hilary: See. I know. But it feels like he can see, like he knows everything that I'm thinking.

Neil: [Thinking] Yeah, that's it. Keep acting like I'm not even here. I gave you both a chance to come clean, to do the honorable thing. But you're cowards, all of you. I'm not surprised at you, Colin. You always were a self-serving opportunist. Or you, Jill. You haven't changed a damn bit. But Cane. I expected so much more from you. And Lily, my sweet baby girl, you'll be hurt by this. You don't deserve it, but they've left me no choice. It all ends today.

Summer: Are you trying to pick a fight with me? Because I've told you literally a million times that what happened between Kyle and I is in the past. Okay, I love you, and I'm with you now.

Austin: I'm -- I'm frustrated with the work stuff, and I'm taking it out on you. Can we start Valentine's Day over?

Summer: I mean, maybe. Only if it includes more chocolates.

Austin: Well, I was thinking maybe a little more of this.

Noah: All right. Ugh. Stop. I'm trying to eat.

Summer: [Chuckles] You're just jealous.

Noah: No, I'm not.

Summer: Yeah, you are.

Abby: You know what I just realized? Summer and Austin are the only couple here.

Kevin: So, what are we supposed to do? Just sit around and watch them make out all night?

Abby: No, no, no, no. We need to play a game. Something that everyone can play.

Mariah: Mm, okay.

Summer: Yes.

Noah: How about "never have I ever"?

Austin: I know that one. I played that in college.

Abby: Okay, well, everyone grab a glass and fill it up. Here you go. One. [Chuckling]

Kevin: Uh, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Mariah: Oh, come on. You think he doesn't drink in school?

Fenmore: Everybody does.

Kevin: I hope you're doing it responsibly.

Fenmore: Yeah, of course.

Mariah: [Chuckles]

Kevin: Don't know if I buy that. [Chuckling]

Austin: Hey, you're among friends. Okay? You're not driving. No one's gonna let anything happen to you.

Noah: All right, so, the idea is this. One person starts by saying, "never have I..." and if you've done the thing, you have to drink.

Abby: Okay, okay. I will go first. I have one. Um, let me see. Never have I ever told a lie.

Mariah: What?!

Noah: Everybody's told a lie.

Abby: Drink. Everyone drink. Everyone drink.

Austin: [Sighs]

Noah: This is how it's gonna be, huh?

Abby: [Chuckles] See, that is how you get a party started. Who's next?

Fenmore: I'll go. Mm, never have I ever dropped my cell phone in the toilet.

Summer: [Laughs]

Abby: Come on.

Summer: Okay. Yes, okay.

Mariah: Figures.

Kevin: Ew.

Summer: Okay, my turn. My turn. Okay. Never have I ever -- I don't know -- had a crush on a best friend.

Sharon: Wow. You sure got a lot of valentines.

Faith: I want to see yours.

Sharon: Oh, I didn't get any this year.

Faith: Mommy, I'm sorry.

Sharon: Oh, that's okay. You got enough for both of us. I think those cookies might have cooled. I'm gonna go check. Here they are.

Faith: Look, mommy. You did get a valentine. I just found it.

Sharon: What? "Happy Valentine's Day to Sharon, from nick."

Faith: Daddy must have left it for you.

Sharon: That's really sweet of you, faith, but it's not okay to lie.

Faith: I didn't want you to be sad.

Sharon: I'm not sad.

Faith: If daddy sent a valentine to somebody else, would you be sad then?

Sage: Wait for it. Wait for it.

Nick: I can't wait.

Sage: Well, what do you think of my silk panties? [Laughs]

Nick: Oh, yeah, yeah. Uh...[Chuckles] Where did you learn to make a drink like this?

Sage: You want my résumé or you want to put me to work? [Gasps]

Nick: Why don't you go put it on in the back?

Sage: Really?

Nick: Yeah.

Sage: Wow. Okay.

Nick: It's your lucky day.

Sage: It's my lucky day. I'll be right back.

Nick: Okay. I've got two margaritas here, one for the nursing mother, both on the house.

Victoria: Well, thanks. Katie and I thank you.

Stitch: Yeah, my wallet thanks you. Hey. [Chuckling] Sorry.

Nick: Yeah, it's...

Victoria: So, is that Sage that I saw behind the bar? The woman who saved you from the bear trap?

Nick: Yeah. She just rescued me again. Looks like the night's looking up after all.

Victoria: I think that my brother is discovering that there's life after Sharon.

[Cell phone ringing]

Nick: Uh... sorry. I just, uh, needed, um...

[Ringing continues]

Sage: Gonna get that?

Nick: Yep. Sorry.

[Ringing continues]

Nick: Hello?

Faith: Daddy?

Nick: Hey, faith. Is everything okay?

Faith: I forgot to wish you a Happy Valentine's Day.

Nick: Aww, Happy Valentine's Day to you, too, sweetheart.

Faith: I love you.

Nick: I love you more.

Faith: Here's Mommy.

Sharon: Go upstairs and get your PJs on.

Faith: Okay.

Sharon: Nick, hi. Um, sorry to bother you at work, but faith wouldn't get ready for bed unless she spoke to you first.

Nick: Yeah, it's okay. Thanks again for watching her tonight.

Sharon: No, thank you. I'm glad you felt you could trust me.

Nick: Yeah, I'm glad it worked out for everyone.

Sharon: Yeah, it did. Well, I better let you get back to work.

Nick: Okay. Good night. Uh...you know, uh, earlier, I was just looking for some glasses.

Sage: Yeah. I mean, once you've seen my silk panties, what's there to be shy about?

Nick: [Chuckles]

Billy: You know, I came here to give you this birthday present, but, as always, you gave me a much bigger gift. You made me realize that if I want to honor your memory, I'm gonna have to work a whole lot harder to be the man that you want me to be. You made me realize that Adam is never gonna get what he deserves, and I just need to let go of all this hatred that's in my heart if I'm gonna make room for that love, right? I promise you I'm gonna try, okay? I'm gonna try really hard. And... I just really love you so much, Dee Dee. And, uh...every time I think about you, I'll think happy thoughts. Okay? I promise.

Delia: Bye, Daddy.

Billy: Bye, sweet girl.

Chelsea: I want to show you what I got Billy for Valentine's Day. Okay, it is not your typical gift.

Adam: Yep.

Chelsea: But I think he'll like it. See, it's a -- it's a tea rose bush. So, what you do is you plant it in the spring, and then, by may, it just blossoms with all these tiny little -- little pink roses.

Adam: Yeah, it's, uh -- it's --

Chelsea: It's strange, I know. [Chuckles] But I'm getting it for him because, um, well, today is, um, his daughter -- his daughter's birthday.

Adam: Delia.

Chelsea: Yeah.

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: Tea roses were her favorite. I'm not gonna give it to him until tomorrow, though. I mean, I don't want to make this day any harder for him.

Adam: I'm not sure how that could even be possible.

Chelsea: I saw him this morning looking through old photos on his phone. He didn't know that I was there. [Sighs] He tries to make it seem like -- like he's okay, you know? Like he's not hurting anymore, but the pain -- it's all just still right there. It's right under the surface. I mean, I wish I could just hold him, you know, and grab him and make all the pain go away, but I know I can't. I mean... that little girl -- she meant everything to him. You know, there's no getting over that. There's -- there's no getting over losing your child. [Sighs] Are you okay?

Kevin: Never have I ever... cheated on a test.


Abby: Seriously?

Mariah: Well, whenever there was a test, I would just skip class, so technically, not cheating.

Kevin: No, I'm pretty sure that is still cheating.

Mariah: Actually, I'm pretty sure that's failing.

Noah: I call lies.


Noah: Okay. Who's next?

Abby: Uh, I got one. Never have I ever been to jail.

All: The bachelor party!


Fenmore: Yeah, for you guys, going to jail was all fun and games. I almost spent my entire life in prison for a murder I didn't commit.

[All groaning]

Fenmore: Hey, hey, hey. I have one, all right? Never have I ever committed murder.


Austin: That's it. Game's over.

Summer: But... Austin, where are you going? It's freezing out there. Where are you going? Austin.

[Door closes]

Faith: I have a surprise for you.

Sharon: Oh, goody! I love surprises. What is it?

Faith: Close your eyes.

Sharon: Okay.

Faith: Open them.

Sharon: [Gasps]

Faith: I made you a card for real.

Sharon: Oh, sweetie. [Chuckles] Oh, I love it. And I love you.

Faith: Not sad anymore?

Sharon: Now, why would I be sad when I'm loved by someone as special as you?

Faith: I like when you're happy. It feels like everything's gonna be okay.

Sharon: It is. Promise.

Faith: What was that?

Sharon: Uh, it was probably just a little power surge. Nothing to worry about.

Faith: Are you sure?

Sharon: Positive. Like you said, everything is gonna be okay. Let's get you off to bed.

Nick: Any chance I can convince you to make this a permanent position?

Sage: [Chuckles] As fun as this is, I think I'm gonna have to pass.

Nick: What? You mean the bad tips and the rude customers aren't enough to entice you?

Sage: All right. If you throw in free drinks, I might consider.

Nick: Done.

Sage: [Chuckles] Whoa. What's up with that?

Nick: I don't know. Hope the lights stay on through the rest of the night.

Stitch: May I have this dance?

Victoria: Um...there's nobody dancing here.

Stitch: Yeah, well, I know a place where there is. It's cozy and private, couple little rug rats sleeping upstairs.

Victoria: Oh, you want to go back to -- to my house?

Stitch: I want to spend our first Valentine's Day at home -- our home.

Victoria: I like dancing.

Stitch: Yeah?

Victoria: Mm-hmm. Let's go.

Stitch: Let's go.

Nick: Night, Vick!

Victoria: Bye!

Stitch: See you, bro!

Chelsea: I didn't mean to upset you.

Adam: Oh, it's -- it's not, uh -- it's not your fault. You know, it's just this talk about, uh... losing children and, um... being a father, you know? Or not being a father, in my case, actually just got me a little bit, uh...

Chelsea: I'm -- I'm really sorry. I didn't -- I -- [Sighs]

Adam: It's not your fault.

Chelsea: I forgot that Sage can't have children. I keep saying the wrong things. I should --

Adam: Not your fault.

Chelsea: Hey, hey. It's okay.

Lily: Shouldn't we be there by now?

Cane: "Shouldn't we be there by now?" You're, like, worse than the kids with this "are were there yet" stuff.

Lily: No, I'm just saying I think it's taking longer than expected.

Jill: I agree with her. I'm ready to be on the ground already. We have a lot to do in Chicago.

Colin: [Groans]

Jill: What? We do.

Lily: Hey! Dad! No, no! That's alcohol.

Neil: Yeah, Lily. It's not just any alcohol. 12-year single-malt scotch whiskey. As a matter of fact, it says here it's 80 proof.

Cane: Hey...

Jill: Oh, Neil...

Neil: Ahh.

Cane: So, you can read that bottle, huh?

Neil: Yeah, I can read that bottle. You know why? Because I can see. I can see everything.

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

Phyllis: You don't think I know Victor's using me? I'm using him, too.

Joe: I have a Valentine's gift for you.

Avery: I don't want it.

Joe: I'm sure you will.

Jill: I thought you said that it was impossible.

Neil: I would have thought a lot of things were impossible, too.

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