Y&R Transcript Friday 7/31/15


Episode # 10722 ~ Devon's bachelor party takes a shocking turn, while Phyllis demands the truth from Jack.

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Victor: Hey.

Nick: Welcome back.

Victor: Good to see you, my boy.

Nick: Yeah. Sorry I won't be here long.

Victor: Why's that?

Nick: I'm, uh, leaving the company.

Victor: Really?

Jack: Thank you for the ice! I don't think he understood a word I said.

Phyllis: [Laughs] Have I told you how much I love this place?

Jack: Istanbul or the hotel?

Phyllis: Both!

Jack: I think maybe a dozen times on the way in, you did.

Phyllis: How did you manage to get the same suite we had before?

Jack: Magic.

Phyllis: [Laughs] Well, I got to tell you something. I-I don't think you could have suggested a more perfect spot for a second honeymoon.

Jack: I'd like to think of this as the first day of the rest of our lives.

Phyllis: Well, that is apropos since the last time we were here, you were wanting to live life one day at a time.

Jack: Thanks to you.

Phyllis: [Chuckles]

Jack: No, I mean it. You saved me. I was in a dark and uncertain place, and you helped me find the light again.

Phyllis: Well, I am thankful for that time, or we would have never found the most magical, romantic place ever.

Jack: Well, now I want to put everything back home out of our minds and focus on you, on us, just the two of us once again. You have no idea how much that means to me.

Hilary: Hey.

Lily: Hey. [Gasps] Wow. Is that what I think it is?

Hilary: My wedding dress? Yes. Lauren found it last night. And I just bought the most amazing shoes to go with it.

Lily: Aww. That's great.

Hilary: I'm just so lucky. With the wedding one week away, everything is [Sighs] Finally falling into place.

Lily: I'm really happy for you.

Hilary: Have I thanked you yet for all of your help? Because I know it must not be easy on you.

Lily: It's not that bad.

Hilary: I want you to know that Devon and I -- we pray every night that you and Cane will just...work it all out.

Lily: Yeah, I can't help but think about our own wedding, how happy we were. It's just hard to believe that things could have ended up the way they have.

Cane: Really? Why is that so hard to believe? You jumped in bed with another man, and then, last night, I saw you kissing him.

Lily: No, Cane. I didn't --

Cane: No, no. It's too late for regrets.

India: You still owe me for last night.

Devon: What do I owe you? I don't remember last night.

India: Ugh, men love to say that the next morning. But I am not leaving till I get my cash.

Colin: It's okay, India. I'll take care of it.

Devon: [Sighs]

Colin: So, did you earn your money?

India: We didn't have sex. But it makes no difference. I still get the full amount we agreed on.

Colin: Of course. It's all there. Count it, if you wish. So, that'll be it and, uh, thank you for a most entertaining evening.

India: [Chuckles]

Devon: Colin, what exactly went down here last night?

Colin: Well, we bade goodbye to your bachelorhood in fine style. Judging from the noises coming from that room, you enjoyed every second of it. [Laughs]

Devon: Are you telling me that I cheated on Hilary?

Colin: Mm-hmm.

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Jack: Oh, so many memories, all of them wonderful.

Phyllis: The hagia Sophia at sunset -- do you remember?

Jack: Magnificent. I want to get to the basilica cistern this time, as well as the topkapi palace.

Phyllis: Oh, good. Definitely. I hear it's awe-inspiring.

Jack: You know what's awe-inspiring?

Phyllis: What?

Jack: Watching you haggle with the vendors at the grand bazaar. Those spice merchants didn't stand a chance last time.

Phyllis: [Laughs] As much fun as that was, you know what? I had more fun when we were rained in here last time. This incredible hotel -- we created our private world with the amazing food and massages.

Jack: Well, yeah. I was buttering you up, trying to get you to move in with me.

Phyllis: Well, as much fun and wonderful as all that was, it's what you said that convinced me. You said, "you want to make some memories of a great trip or do you want to start a new adventure entirely? Because you and me, red --"

Jack: "'Cause you and me, red -- you know it's gonna be a wild ride."

Phyllis: [Laughs] You remembered. Yeah. It has been wild.

Jack: Oh.

Phyllis: And I am so looking forward to the next chapter. I am.

Jack: Wow. So am I.

Phyllis: You know, I was very anxious to get out there and hit the shops again.

Jack: Mm, but now...?

Phyllis: I don't know. All of a sudden, I'm feeling like maybe there's some other memories I'd like to recapture.

Jack: Yeah?

Phyllis: Mm-hmm.

Colin: You know what they say about what happens at a bachelor party.

Devon: No, shut up, Colin. There is no way in a million years that I would have sex with a prostitute.

Colin: You remember sitting about here with the lovely India balanced in your lap while she was undoing the buttons on your shirt?

Devon: Yeah, I do, but that's -- that's all.

Colin: Then you both got up and walked into the bedroom together.

Devon: [Sighs] I vaguely remember walking in there with her, and you were still out here with the other girl. The rest of the night's blank, which makes no sense, 'cause I barely had anything to drink.

Colin: Oh, you were one happy camper. [Chuckles] And for probably all sorts of great reasons, because you were both having a hell of a time in there.

Devon: Are you serious? You heard me?

Colin: Trust me. I...probably know more about your sexual appetites than I really need to.

Devon: I don't understand how I let this happen.

Colin: Look... [Sighs] It's not rocket science. You know, you -- you got a skin full of champagne, really hot looking woman who's prepared to do pretty much anything to satisfy your desires, and, okay, that's what she was there for.

Devon: [Sighs]

Colin: No need to be ashamed of it.

Devon: Of course I'm ashamed of it! How am I supposed to look my fiancée in the eye? How are you gonna look Jill in the eye? Is this normal stuff for you?

Colin: Oh, I can look Jill in the eye. I mean, I just sat here with the young girl. We had a few laughs, a drink or two. I would never cheat on Jill.

Devon: [Groaning] Oh.

Colin: I love that woman to death.

Devon: Yeah. And you were able to keep yourself in line last night but I wasn't. How the hell does that make any sense?

Colin: My boy, there are limits. I'm married. You're not, one. It's okay for a guy to have a bit of fun before he puts that ring on his finger. But women -- well... [Sighs] They don't look at it quite the same way. So I certainly wouldn't go sharing this with Hilary. In fact... this should be our little secret.

Lily: Cane, you don't understand.

Cane: No, I do. I do understand.

Lily: No. Then if you had stuck around a moment longer, you would have seen me push Joe away and tell him to not do that again.

Cane: If you say so.

Lily: I don't want to be with Joe. I don't want to. I've told you that. But you're doing exactly what I did. You're jumping to conclusions like I did with Lauren.

Cane: No, no, no, no. The difference is I didn't sleep with Lauren.

Lily: [Sighs] Okay. You have every right to be upset, but you don't have a right to make our children pay for what I did.

Cane: I'm not trying to make our children pay for it. I am trying to -- I'm trying to look out for them.

Lily: Oh, that is a load of crap.

Cane: What, you think I'm enjoying this?

Lily: Yes.

Cane: You think I'm enjoying seeing them hurt like this?

Lily: I think there is a small part of you that's enjoying lording over me that I made a mistake.

Cane: No, no. That is not true.

Lily: We're living in separate places. You want sole custody. Tearing them away from me is not what's best for them and you know that.

Cane: No. What I know is, is that you didn't stop to think about our relationship and what you were going to do when you threw it all away like that.

Neil: Hey. Hey, hey, hey, hey. I know what you two are talking about. You -- don't you dare talk to my daughter this way.

Victor: Why would you want to leave? I mean, I want you to stay with the company, son.

Nick: And why would you want that? I mean, we've done this before many times. It's not a good fit.

Victor: I think you have changed. I mean, you're more mature now.

Nick: So, it's my fault?

Victor: Oh, did I say that?

Nick: Look, this just proves my point. We've been together for, what, two minutes and we're doing what we always do. It's like we take the elevator to the top floor and then lose all ability to communicate.

Victor: Why do you think that is?

Nick: Well, you never tell me anything, at least anything I want to hear. Now, Vick and Abby -- they seem to be okay with it, but I'm not.

Victor: What do you want to know?

Nick: Well, for starters, no one can understand how you and Jack are working together when it's obvious you're lying your heads off. And trying to make sense of it in this vacuum will only make me more frustrated, so I'm gonna walk away, and then we can salvage what relationship we have left.

Victor: I-I don't want you to walk away, all right? So, uh, I'll answer your questions.

Devon: "Just lie to her." That's real easy for you to say. You don't give a damn. It's not that simple for me, Colin.

Colin: [Sighs] Why not?

Devon: Why? 'Cause Hilary and I have dreamed of having a life together for a really long time. I don't want to start our marriage off with a lie. I hate myself for what I just did.

Colin: You might hate yourself a whole lot more if you tell Hilary the truth. I mean, you think of what it might do to her. You think of what you stand to lose. And you think of the pain. Son, what she doesn't know won't hurt her.

Devon: It's gonna hurt me. I'm the one that'd have to walk around keeping a secret like that.

Colin: Well, that didn't seem to be the issue when you were boinking your father's wife.

Devon: Oh, like hell, Colin!

Colin: Hey. Don't get testy with me. I'm just telling you what I've observed.

Devon: You have no idea what you've observed. You have no idea what it was like keeping a secret like that from my family. And I can't do that again.

Neil: I expect more out of you. Show some class, have some respect, and take your personal issues outside of here, not in my daughter's place of business.

Cane: Oh, I'm sorry. So, you -- you would rather I follow your example, the way that you reacted when you found out that your wife was cheating on you? 'Cause I wouldn't exactly call that a lesson in dignity. And if you want, Neil, you can stand there and pretend that you've gotten over it, but I know for a fact that you haven't.

Lily: God. My life is such a mess, and I have no one to blame but myself.

Neil: Mm, baby, it takes two, 50-50.

Lily: No, I just -- I-I had everything a woman could want. I had -- I had a loving husband, two beautiful children, an amazing home with good memories, and I ruined it. I would give anything to have Cane and I get back to where we were, but every time we talk, it just makes things worse, every time.

Neil: Oh. I am so sorry.

Lily: I'm ashamed, dad. After everything that you've been through, and you're still being so kind and understanding.

Neil: Shh, shh, shh, shh, shh. You will always be my baby girl, okay? When you hurt, I hurt. I want to take all your pain away and make it right for you. Come here.

Victor: Nicholas, this is the first time that all of my children have been working at my company at the same time. It feels good. And when you stepped in when I couldn't be here, that felt very good, more than you realize, okay?

Nick: Well, I appreciate that. And I was glad to lend a hand. But see, I was hoping for an explanation. Maybe you were thinking you were just gonna distract me with your speech instead of revealing the truth.

Victor: Okay. I agree with you. I have not been entirely forthcoming. There's a reason for that. I had to be careful. But I think I can trust you with the truth. Um... Jack Abbott fired the first shot. And I don't mean in the park. I mean that I found out, months ago, that he was seriously trying to take me down and take my company down. So I've worked tirelessly to prevent that from happening.

Nick: Then you admit it. You are actively working behind his back, despite telling everyone that you needed to work together.

Victor: Did you hear what I just said? He put up a serious threat to my business, to everything I've worked for, okay? And I'm doing everything in my power to protect my family and my business.

Phyllis: [Laughs]

Jack: I would say this trip is off to a very good start.

Phyllis: Mmm. When you're right, you're right.

Jack: Wow. You look at me like that -- I'm not sure we're ever gonna make it out of this room.

Phyllis: Is that such a bad thing? Be kind of like our last honeymoon. You were insatiable.

Jack: How 'bout some room service?

Phyllis: I'm starved!

Jack: Yeah?

Phyllis: Hey. You want to feed me some grapes like you did in bed in St. Bart's?

Jack: Your wish is my command.

Phyllis: You know, that was an amazing trip, too, I tell you. Remember the rainbow we saw on the ocean? I tell you, I'd lie there in your arms in the hammock. Don't think I ever wanted to leave, although we spent so much time in bed, I'm surprised I remember what that --

Jack: Could we just not talk about St. Bart's? I'd rather talk about just about anything else.

Phyllis: Where did that just come from?

Jack: You know, the -- the time change is -- [Sighs]

Phyllis: Really? Jet lag? That's why you're so cranky right now?

Jack: I-I don't mean to be. I -- look, I'm here with a woman I adore in one of our favorite places on earth. I just want to look forward, a fresh, new start. After everything we've been through since our wedding, I-I don't want to dwell on the past. I-I was a different person then.

Phyllis: You were. And now...I'm not sure who you are.

Nick: Dad, you can stop right there, okay? I don't need to get sucked in to the next phase of your never-ending feud with Jack Abbott.

Victor: You can walk away, if that's what you want. I don't think you realize the kind of value you bring to this company. You have an honesty about you, an integrity about you. You know how to bring people together. Right now, we need that more than any other time because your two sisters do not get along in the workplace. Now, we can survive this little bump in the road. Newman-Abbott certainly can. But I want more than just survive. I want us to thrive for everyone concerned. Get it?

Hilary: [Sighs]

Neil: You better run for your life, son. She's gonna decimate you exactly how she decimated me and countless others.

Hilary: Okay, no. That is not true. All right? I love Devon.

Neil: You love him like you loved me? I know you want my acceptance. I know that you want my blessings. But I'm gonna tell you what I'm gonna give you right now. I'm gonna wish for you both a lot of pain and a lot of unhappiness. Let's put it like this -- karma's a bitch.

Neil: Hey. Walk of shame?

Colin: I, uh, threw a little bachelor party for Devon last night. I thought about inviting you, but --

Neil: Oh, no, no. No need to explain. So, have a good time?

Colin: Oh, it was a great night. Hit the casino and played a bit of poker. I won at Devon's expense. The kid needs a few tips.

Devon: Wasn't my night. Excuse me.

Colin: Did you get the video?

Neil: Exactly what I needed.

Colin: Good.

Neil: I deposited the money into your account.

Colin: Including expenses?

Neil: Yeah. All of it.

Colin: Well, then, the last 24 hours have been quite lucrative, considering the games of chance, et cetera.

Neil: Glad you're pleased.

Colin: So, Neil, what about you? When are you gonna turn that video loose on Hilary and scuttle their wedding?

Neil: That would be up to Devon.

[Door opens]

Devon: Hilary?

Hilary: Oh, my God. Close -- close your eyes.

Devon: What's wrong?

Hilary: Uh...um... I...found my wedding dress. You know what that means. Okay. You can open your eyes up. Bad luck averted.

Devon: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to startle you.

Hilary: Oh, God. Baby, you look exhausted. [Chuckles] Well, I figured that you wouldn't get a lot of sleep when you texted me and told me that you were having your bachelor party.

Devon: Yeah.

Hilary: So, did you have fun?

Devon: "Fun" isn't exactly the word that I would use to describe what happened.

Nick: I appreciate you saying that.

Victor: I meant every word, son. You and I may not always see eye to eye, but I respect who you are. And I need you here, now more than ever. You on board?

Nick: There's gonna have to be some ground rules.

Victor: All right. I'm listening.

Jack: I'm your husband, who wants to build a new future with you. What else matters?

Phyllis: I don't know. Why don't you tell me? I am trying to get a handle on how you're feeling.

Jack: I am feeling happy. I am feeling loved. I am so happy to be in this place with you.

Phyllis: I am talking about how all over the map you have been for the last few months, like out to lunch.

Jack: Look, red --

Phyllis: I-I'll tell you something. The man that I took the vows with is not the same man that came home with me from St. Bart's. Buying expensive cars, sleep talking in Spanish, blowing off work to play golf all day. I don't know. It's like, all of a sudden, you turn into dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. And I never know if I'm gonna get the sweet and gentle man who can cuddle for hours in front of a fire or if I'm gonna get the...spontaneous, mischievous man who has challenged me to all sorts of crazy things like he did on our honeymoon. Skinny dipping under a full moon so all the guest can see -- that is insane, and yet I don't know if it is the most embarrassing or the most exhilarating thing I have ever done with you. You have taken me completely by surprise, Jack.

Jack: And that's the man you prefer? That's what you're saying?

Hilary: A night out at the casino? It doesn't sound too gruesome. [Chuckles] Did you gamble?

Devon: I played a little poker. And, uh, I lost a lot to Colin.

Hilary: Oh. He probably cheated. Although I guess it's not that easy when the pit boss is watching your every move.

Devon: Actually, we weren't --

Hilary: What else did you do, besides drink way too much?

Devon: You know, baby... last night wasn't exactly what I expected it to be.

Hilary: Tell me about it. I got a surprise of my own last night. Neil came by.

Devon: He came here? To see you?

Hilary: Yeah.

Devon: Why?

Hilary: When I saw him, I was like, "okay, brace yourself." But he surprised me. I mean, he really surprised me.

Devon: What did he say?

Hilary: He said that he is ready to let go of his anger and his resentment. And he's gonna let me go to live my own life. And, best of all, he said that he won't mess with our big day.

Devon: He did?

Hilary: Yeah.

Devon: Oh.

Hilary: I'm just so relieved. I think he's finally starting to forgive us. And I was really worried about him, you know?

Devon: Yeah. Me, too.

Hilary: But now everything is gonna be perfect. Oh, God. I love you so much.

Devon: I love you, too. You are everything to me. Everything.

Neil: So, technically, Devon didn't really cheat on Hilary.

Colin: Cheating, ah -- that's kind of in the eye of the beholder. Now, I know some women, for instance, who think that it's a hanging offense just to be in the same country as a hooker.

Neil: Hilary's a bit more worldly than that, Colin.

Colin: To answer your question, Devon doesn't remember having sex with that woman because he didn't. He was out of it after I stuck that Mickey in his drink. But I convinced him he did. So, he thinks he betrayed Hilary, and to all intents and purposes, that's all you need.

Neil: So, did you convince him to keep it to himself?

Colin: I told him that some stories are best left untold. However, he's burdened with guilt. At some point, he might need to unburden himself.

Neil: Well, whether he does or he doesn't, Hilary's gonna find out sooner or later. And the longer it takes, the worse it'll be for them.

Colin: And "worse" -- that's better for you, right?

Neil: Plenty of pain to go around.

Colin: I must say, Neil, I never saw you as being this ruthless.

Neil: Trying to be like you, man. You impressed?

Colin: Well, I'm surprised. You know, as enraged as you were when you discovered the affair between Hilary and Devon, I thought that, by now, you might have accepted it.

Neil: Well, you thought wrong. I'll never accept what they did to this blind man.

Colin: Yeah, I can see that.

Neil: I can't get past their betrayal. They took away my joy and my happiness. And now I'm gonna return the favor.

Colin: Pleasure doing business with you.

Neil: Likewise, Colin. It was a great party last night. You should have stuck around a bit longer.

Cane: You know what, dad? Having sex with a prostitute is not really what I want right now.

Colin: Sure about that? I mean, you're looking pretty down.

Cane: [Sighs] That's cause, last night, I saw lily kissing Joe again, and then we had a fight about it today.

Colin: [Sighs] Good God. Hasn't this woman humiliated you enough?

Cane: Every time I see her, all I do is just think about the two of them together. It's just...

Colin: Yeah. Something like that can drive a man crazy.

Cane: [Chuckles] That's funny, 'cause crazy would be an improvement on how I feel right now. Thank you.

Colin: Just had a thought. Look, you and I -- we jump a flight, get out of here, go to Vegas, new York. We can be there by happy hour.

Cane: No, no. Running away is not what I want right now. And to be honest with you, dad, I don't think you have the ability to give me marital advice.

Colin: Hey, Jill and I are blissfully happy.

Cane: [Chuckles] I just miss lily. I do. I miss her. I miss our family. I miss what we shared. I hate what is happening between us and the effect it's having on the kids. I hate it.

Colin: So, what are you gonna do about it?

Hilary: Hey. Where are you going?

Devon: Hey. I didn't mean to wake you up. I'm just gonna go down and get something to eat, okay?

Hilary: Okay.

Devon: Stay here and rest. [Smooches]

Nick: Rule number one -- I will not be a pawn in your game with Jack. Rule number two, and just as important as rule number one -- just because I'm staying on board doesn't give you license to try and run my life in any way.

Victor: You're a grown man. If you allow your father to influence your life to that extent, then I think you're partly responsible, don't you?

Nick: I can't argue with that. Just want to make sure we're clear, though. You try and interfere in my life in any way and I walk. Can you live with these terms?

Victor: Agreed.

Nick: Simple as that?

Victor: Well, now that Sharon is no longer in your life, I'm not concerned.

Nick: Well, I am gonna be a father again.

Victor: How's that going?

Nick: Great. Everything is great.

Victor: Wonderful. Went all rather quickly, didn't it? I mean, you're living with Sage, and she's working at your club?

Nick: Yes. It's all good.

Victor: If you don't mind my saying so, she is the one who, along with Gabriel Bingham, lied about the fact that they were married to each other. In other words, she helped fool people. Think you can trust her?

Nick: You almost made it a full minute before you broke our rules.

Victor: [Chuckles] I did? Whoa. Wouldn't you have asked that question, as a father? I'm concerned, son. It's a normal concern I have about my children's well-being. Wouldn't you have done the same? Anyway, if I broke a rule, then... just walk out.

Phyllis: What are you talking about? I don't love one version of you more than the other. I love all of you.

Jack: There's a sparkle in your eyes whenever you talk about the spontaneous, unpredictable, romantic, passionate --

Phyllis: Why are you acting like you're not that person anymore?

Jack: You know what? Fo-forget about this. Forget about room service. Let's -- let's get out of the hotel.

Phyllis: No, no.

Jack: We'll walk around sultanahmet, we'll find a wonderful --

Phyllis: I don't want a travelogue here. I want answers. I -- look, I'm not gonna leave here until you explain what's going on here. I'm not the only one you've been acting weird around. Your entire family has been scratching their heads. The one thing we all agree on is that something isn't right.

Jack: After everything we've been through in the last year, what could possibly be right or normal?

Phyllis: What kind of answer is that?

Jack: It's an honest answer.

Phyllis: No, it's not.

Jack: You know what? Let's get something to eat. We'll get the cobwebs out. I'll meet you in the --

Phyllis: No. I don't want food, damn it. I want answers. I can tell you're keeping something from me.

Jack: Now you see.

Phyllis: Jack, please. Talk to me. I need the truth.

Devon: Thank you. [Sighs]

Hilary: It's so sad.

Devon: Cane and lily?

Hilary: Yeah. For the outside, they're just the perfect couple -- perfect marriage, perfect family, perfect life. It makes me think if Cane and lily can't hold it together... just promise me that we won't end up like that.

Devon: Baby, I think we've already been through our hard times.

Hilary: [Chuckles]

Neil: Hey. Up here drinking, I see.

Devon: Yeah.

Neil: What's the matter? You didn't get enough last night?

Devon: How would you know? You weren't there.

Neil: Everything okay?

Hilary: Oh, here you are.

Devon: Hey.

Hilary: Thought I would join you.

Neil: Well, I see everything's just fine after all.

Cane: Hey.

Lily: What, are you back for more? You haven't hurt me enough already?

Cane: I'm tired of fighting with you. We can't go on the way we've gone on.

Lily: Does that mean that you want to work things out? Because I don't want a divorce. I don't want to lose our family.

Cane: I don't know if I could ever forgive you for what you did. But I can't let that get in the way of the kids. You're a good mom. You've always been a good mom. You know that.

Lily: Thank you for saying that.

Cane: So, I think we need to find some way to put our animosity aside. And we'll work out a shared-custody agreement.

Lily: Shared custody. I want that, too.

Victor: I'm simply looking out for you. All right? Didn't mean to cross any lines.

Nick: You never do.

Victor: Son, you're free to live life as you please.

Nick: Well, thank you, but I wasn't asking for your permission. Look, I love Sage, and I'm committed to her and this baby. And this family will accept her or you and everyone else in it will have to answer to me.

Victor: That's what it means to be a Newman. You defend those you love at all costs.

Jack: You think you want to know the truth. Trust me. You don't.

Phyllis: Why would you say anything that I wouldn't want to hear? Honey, obviously this is eating away at you, and it's killing me I can't help you. Hey. There is nothing on this planet that we can't handle together. Please, don't shut me out.

Jack: There is a reason you've been feeling so confused, feeling like you've been dealing with two different men. It's because you have. There were two of me, two Jack Abbotts.

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

Noah: She was just as surprised as you were that Marco survived the crash.

Abby: We're still targets.

Victor: Because if this Marco approaches anyone, it'll be you first.

Phyllis: Are you saying that when I came out of the --

Jack: I was gone. Another Jack was there.

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