Y&R Transcript Wednesday 11/11/15


Episode # 10795 ~ Adam is stern with Sage; Victor gets an unexpected offer; Dr. Neville exploits Hilary.

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Victor: For you to threaten to leave Newman Enterprises can only be the result of having talked to Billy boy.

Billy: I had nothing to do with it.

Victoria: If I leave, it will be because of you and your insufferable pride.

Jack: She's being kind.

Victoria: You know, I would think by now that you'd realize we can't afford to have enemies. Ian Ward practically brought both of our companies to the brink of disaster, and Billy has a way out.

Jack: It's called cooperation.

Victor: There's another word for it, Jack, called capitulation.

Jack: Oh, come on. This is pig-headed even for you.

Victor: Listen, you know that I built Newman my way, and I will do it again without your charity.

Billy: Charity? What? Are you kidding me?

Victoria: It's temporary office space. That's it.

Jack: If it'll make you feel any better, we'll charge you rent.

Billy: Yeah, and refuse to give you any of our bagels.

Victoria: I can't believe how ridiculous you're being right now.

Nikki: Are you all arguing about business again? We're supposed to be here to honor a child's life.

Summer: I'm really worried about dad.

Noah: Yeah, me too. He shouldn't have to go through this alone.

Phyllis: He's not alone. We're here for him. Why don't you go look for everybody else, let them know that the service is ready to start?

Summer: Okay. Yeah. Okay.

Chelsea: Hi. Hi. Um, I hope I'm not overstepping, but if you want, I'd be glad to go talk to sag see if maybe I can persuade her to come to the chapel. She and I, we've had our differences, but I think sage knows that I'm the last person that would ever judge her right now.

Nick: I appreciate it, but Vick and I already tried. She just -- she can't do it.

Chelsea: I me, how -- how do you say goodbye to a piece of your heart?

Sage: I don't think I can survive this.

Adam: Be a coward, okay?

Sage: A coward? I just lost my by, my whole life. What -- what are you doing here? What are you doing?!

Am: Fired up a little anger. It's better than self-pity.

Sage: Why don't you lee?! Go!

Adam: Sage.

Sage: [Sighs]

Adam: I can't bring your son back. I wish I could. But I can't. No one can, okay? Look at me, please. You haven't lost everything unless you throw it away yourself. That'd be your choice.

Se: It's very easy for you to say. You have Chelsea and Connor. I have nothing. I have no one.

Adam: You have Nick.

Sage: Christian isn't here. He's gone. And we're not a family anymore.

Adam: You're a couple. Let that mean something. Look, if you're looking for an excuse to just cut and run, the universe just gave you one. There's the door. Use it. Just leave. If your husband is that unimportant to you, just leave and never look back.

Neil: I had some of your clothes brought down from Devon's suite. They're hanging in your closet over there.

Hilary: Thank you, Neil, for, uh, everything.

Neil: Hilary, I just want you to feel comfortable in your surroundings here, you know. And sooner rather than later, I hope that you're able to kind of fill in the blanks when it comes to your memory.

Hilary: [Scoffs] This is still so incredible to me.

Neil: What's that?

Hilary: If I really did all of those terrible, shameful things -- I mean, cheat on you with your son -- how could you be so kind to me, huh, let alone forgive me?

Neil: Well, you know, forgiveness is a two-way thing here. Someday I might need you to forgive me.

Hilary: I don't understand. All you've ever done was love me and made me your wife. What could I ever have to forgive? I knew you'd want to see Hilary Hamilton's forensic report right away.

Paul: Yeah, you're right about that.

What do you think, Chief?

Paul: You know, I'm not a doctor, but this isn't like any toxicology report I've ever seen.

It's definitely unusual.

Paul: Why would Hilary have so many medications in her system at once? I mean, it's like a pharmaceutical mish-mash. It could be dangerous. Would a doctor be responsible for something like this?

Maybe a doc who was desperate, willing to try anything.

Paul: Either that or one that had a plan. Someone who knew exactly what he or she was doing.

Excuse me, sir.

Dr. Neville: Hmm?

May I help you?

Dr. Neville: Oh, uh, yeah. I'm -- I'm looking for a, uh, uh, Hilary Hamilton's room.

Mrs. Hamilton was discharged earlier today.

Dr. Neville: Oh, ye? That's -- that's too bad. Uh, you know, uh, rather than, uh, see these go to waste, why don't, uh, why don't you take them, huh? I mean, such a pretty lady, you -- you deserve flowers.

Wow. Thanks. I'll go put them in water.

Dr. Neville: Hmm. That'd be good.


Neil: You know what I think? I think you should take some time, right, and just clear your mind and try -- try to remember all the special times that you had with Devon, you know, like -- like your wedding and your honeymoon and all that.

Hilary: Oy, I've tried that, okay?

Neil: Well, you need -- you need to try harder. I know it's not gonna be easy, right? But you'll get through it.

Hilary: [Scoffs] You know, that's just it. Every time I just -- every time I try to force myself to remember, all I keep thinking about is how happy I was when I was with you. Everything else -- it's a blur. Why? Why? If I was so happy with Devon, then why am I blocking everything else out?

Neil: It'll all come back to you. Just got to give it some more time. All right, you, um... hey. Come on. You need to get some rest. I'm gonna go.

Hilary: Neil.

Neil: Yeah?

Hilary: Maybe it's best if I don't remember.

Neil: I already told you. No one said this is gonna be easy. But for your sake and everybody else's, you have got to reclaim your memory.

Adam: I know how you're feeling. Like there's this big, gaping hole in your heart, right, that'll never heal. Does that sound familiar?

Sage: How could you possibly know what that feels like, Adam?

Adam: Because I've been through it. Chelsea and I lost a child.

Sage: What? You never mentioned that.

Adam: I never mentioned it because I don't talk about it.

Sage: What happened?

Adam: I couldn't, um, you know, deal with it, and I couldn't help Chelsea with her loss, and it eventually broke us up. Listen to me. I know what I'm talking about. Trust me -- that is not what you want, okay? Make sure Christian's life means more than that, more than just some -- some silly divorce statistic. Don't be a fool like I was. Now, as I recall, I helped usher your son into this world. I feel like I-I owe Christian Andrew Newman a proper goodbye. I think you do, too.

We beseech thee to entrust this child, Christian Andrew, to thy never-failing care and love. And bring us all to the kingdom of heaven. Amen. Would anyone like to say something in remembrance of Christian? Please.

Victor: As most of you know, words of prayer and comfort are not my strong suit. Having said that, I'm very proud of the fact that this little boy... was given the name I was given at my birth. Christian. Like his father, Nicholas Christian Newman. You know, most of you are parents. It's a joy to raise children. But the joy of having grandchildren around is something that all of you will hopefully still experience. Nikki and I will not hear that boy's laughter, his shiny eyes opening Christmas presents, or his joy sitting with everyone at the thanksgiving table. As you get older, sometimes you wake up early in the morning and you think about things that could have been. And I will think about that little boy, throwing the baseball to each other, football, kicking the soccer ball around, listening to his laughter. My heart goes out to you. He fought very hard. And his spirit will stay with us. Son. Want to say a few words?

Devon: Gwen, there was something that you said earlier when you were drinking that kind of threw me off about the hell that you had to go through with Neil to make sure Hilary got back to me safe.

Gwen: No, I was just frustrated, okay? I mean, she put Neil through hell. And I'm not a patient person, but I love Neil, and I would do anything for him.

Devon: So, Gwen, just how far would you go?

Neil: [Clears throat] Let me guess. You two are talking about Hilary. Well, I think I figured out the key to Hilary's memory being restored.

Devon: What?

Neil: Oh, no, it's not what. It's who.

Paul: Hey, there. Chief Williams, Genoa City police department. I'd like to ask a few questions about, uh, a patient that was here recently. Hilary Hamilton. I'm aware that Dr. Rayburn was her initial doctor, but he's recovering in ICU. So, could you tell me if Dr. Shelby is available?

He's just finishing his rounds. I'll go check.

Paul: Thank you. Hey. Do I know you?

Dr. Neville: Uh, no, I don't think so. I just got one of those faces.

Paul: Right. Hold on a second. Um...

Dr. Neville: I got my next delivery.

Paul: That can wait. Genoa City police department. You mind if I ask a few questions?

Nick: I should be grateful that Christian came into our lives, however brief that was, but... all I can feel right now is anger and -- and I'm confused. Feeling gratitude right now -- it's too hard. Whatever answer there may be about why my son had to die... it's not enough. It will never make up for the loss of my son. But today is not about me. It's about... it's about this amazing, little boy. Christian Andrew Newman. It's a hell of a name, huh? Like my dad said, Christian's a family name. It's a name we share. But Andrew -- Andrew means strong and courageous. And I can't stop picturing these, uh, these -- these knights in shining armor. [Voice breaking] You know, they were the bravest of the brave, and that's what my son was. He was... he was a warrior. He fought so hard every moment, every second of his life. And that's why we're here today -- to honor his brief time on this earth. We'll never forget him. Thanks for coming. Do you want to say anything?

Sage: Um, I want to thank you all for coming. Thank you, Victoria, for this. Words can't express... I just, uh... [Sobs] Sorry. I just want you all to know that I'm very grateful that you're here and Nick's grateful and... ...and Christian. [Sobbing]

Paul: So, I assume you're here pretty often making deliveries?

Dr. Neville: Yes.

Paul: Maybe every day?

Dr. Neville: Uh, something like that, yeah.

Paul: Perhaps you noticed something, somebody acting very strangely?

Dr. Neville: Uh, uh... pretty much what you see, what you get, you know? I bring the flowers in.

Paul: Yeah.

Dr. Neville: I drop the flowers off. And then I leave. So, can I go?

Paul: Tell you what. I'm gonna give you my card. And if you happen to remember anything, you give me a call. Anything at all. Nothing's too insignificant.

Hilary: [Sighs] Neil. What have you done?

Neil: I want you to go upstairs right now. I want you to knock on Hilary's door and talk to her.

Devon: Hang on a second. I thought that you told me that all we can do is wait and we should let Hilary's memory come back in its own time. What changed?

Neil: Nothing. Nothing changed. I still feel the exact same way. Hilary's memory will return. In the meantime, our lives are completely on hold. Our futures are at stake. Damn, man, don't you understand? You're the only one who can help her.

Devon: I'll see what I can do.

Neil: [Sighs]

Gwen: Why are you suddenly pushing hard for her to remember?

Neil: It can't go on like this.

Gwen: Did you realize that you still want her, too?

Neil: I know that this is hard on you. It's hard on me, too. It is. And the worst thing that we can do is doubt each other.

Gwen: I hate feeling insecure and jealous. But the longer that this goes on, I --

Neil: That's exactly why I sent that boy upstairs. Because he's the only one who might be able to trigger her memories, their love affair, their wedding, their honeymoon in the Caribbean. The most critical is the memory that I didn't push her off the cliff. And if and when -- and I promise you it will be "when" -- that truth comes out, the truth will set us all free.

[Door opens]

Devon: Hey. You mind if I come in? I promise I won't upset you.

Hilary: Yeah, well, you already have. You left that album for me to find, didn't you?

Devon: Yeah, I did. Because I hope that you seeing these pictures of how happy we were on our wedding day would be proof of what we had together.

Hilary: I know that those moments are real, Devon. I just -- the feelings that are supposed to go with them -- they're missing for me.

Devon: Hilary, I don't think they're missing. I think that you're afraid to let yourself feel them because of what we did to Neil. And I get that. 'Cause even though he forgave us right before we took those pictures, you know, it doesn't -- it doesn't make the guilt go away.

Hilary: Do you still feel it?

Devon: Every single day, I do. And as much as I wish we can take back how we hurt Neil, I never want to forget the love that brought you and me together, because that's stronger than guilt. And if Neil can accept that, I just -- I hope that you can -- you can, too. So, listen, I'm gonna go and I'm gonna leave this with you, and -- and just -- just on your own time, look at it and try to remember the love and happiness that we had on our wedding day, because literally it's there on every single page.

[Door closes]

Hilary: [Sighs]

Summer: Hey, dad.

Nick: Hey.

Sage: Hey.

Nick: Thanks for coming and getting faith off to school.

Summer: Yeah, anything we can do right now, just call us.

Noah: We know what it took for you to be here. That was very courageous.

Sage: I'm not really sure what I said, but I just had to get through it for Christian's sake.

Noah: Yeah, that's all we can do -- just try to get through it now.

Nick: You doing okay?

Sage: Yeah, I just want to get my things and go home.

Nick: Uh, Phyllis, could you do us a favor and just thank everyone else for coming?

Phyllis: Absolutely.

Jack: Yeah. Get some rest, huh?

Summer: Hey, thank you for helping. Dad's been so strong for sage that we need to be strong for him right now.

Phyllis: We will. I promise. Okay.

Victoria: What you said about Christian was really beautiful.

Victor: [Sighs] Just moved that out of me. Moment like this, you realize that the only thing you have left in life after all has been said and done is family.

Billy: That's true.

Nikki: It's lovely what you did, Victoria, taking care of the arrangements.

Victoria: Well, I knew they couldn't do it, so I was happy to help.

Dylan: Sad day. How you handling everything?

Nikki: Well, I'd rather hear about you and the baby. We could use some good news.

Dylan: Well, you know, I was, uh, I was a little concerned about the doctor at Fairview and the treatment she prescribed for Sharon. Talked to Sharon today by video chat, and if it's good news you're after, we're having a boy.

Nikki: Oh, really? That's wonderful.

Dylan: Yeah, it's pretty -- it's pretty exciting. Could you excuse me for a second?

Nikki: Oh, of course.

Paul: Hi.

Nikki: Hey. How are you?

Paul: Fine.

Dylan: [Sighs] What's up?

Paul: So, uh, take a walk with me.

Adam: Furlough's over. Back to my room.

Victor: I'm sure that after all the things you've done, the judge is going to revisit your sentence.

Adam: Wouldn't that be something.

Chelsea: We'll take hope wherever we can get it.

Victor: Okay.

Jack: Wow. Taking years off a 10-year sentence. That's a big favor to ask of a judge.

Victor: Jack, this is none of your business, all right?

Jack: Well, I'd go along with that if this didn't affect me.

Victor: It doesn't.

Phyllis: Well, I can't believe it's time to go, but it is.

Nikki: Past time.

Jack: How can you talk so movingly of your grandson and be clueless about so many other things? We both are concerned about Adam. We both had paragon affect our lives, our family's lives. We're in this together. That's why I offered to help you and Newman get back on your feet.

Victor: The more you push this, the less attractive it becomes.

Jack: If you just consider...

Victor: I am not interested.

Jack: Talk some sense into him, Nikki.

Nikki: Victor is the most practical man that I know. If his building is in shambles and you're offering him free office space and he's refusing it, there's got to be a very good reason. What is that, Jack?

Nick: You know, you could probably stay here another night if the service was too much for you.

Sage: How do you do it?

Nick: Do what?

Sage: Keep from falling apart.

Nick: I think I'm afraid if I fall apart, I won't be able to put it back together. I'm trying to be strong for you.

Sage: Nick.

Nick: Doesn't mean I'm not in terrible pain. A piece of me died inside when the minister recited the prayer for the dead. You know, the nurse said I had to, uh, to sign some stuff. I could put it off.

Sage: No, it's okay. I'm just gonna go gather my things while you do it.

Chelsea: I want to know what you said to sage to convince her to come to the service.

Adam: Oh, sweetheart, you know, I really don't -- I don't want to talk about that.

Chelsea: Adam.

Adam: Babe, you know, we don't have a lot of time together. I want every moment to count, so let's not talk about it.

Chelsea: Hey, hey, no. We said no more secrets, remember? That has been the root of all of our problems.

Adam: I told her about our accident, about the miscarriage.

Chelsea: Oh, you told her?

Adam: She was in a place that she felt like no one could understand what she was going through, so I-I told her -- I told her we did.

Chelsea: Yeah, I-I can't believe we got through that together and found our way back to one another. But the thought of now something like that happening, the thought of -- [Sighs] The thought of losing Connor...

Adam: Like I'm about to for the next 10 years.

Chelsea: No. Don't say that. Not necessarily. Victor might be able to do something.

Adam: Sweetheart, I can't count on that. Look, whatever happens, at least I know Connor's gonna be okay. It doesn't even compare to what sage is going through. Her whole world was wrapped up in that baby. I told her not to lose heart, but...

Chelsea: This is really affecting you.

Adam: A child is dead, sweetheart. It's... it's tragic.

Chelsea: Okay, why don't I, um, I'll go find the nurse and see if she can give you something to help you sleep. How's that? I'll be back.

Adam: All right.

Victor: I think it's just the two of us now. I think we both know why you're so upset.

Paul: So, in all my years looking at tox screens, that is the most bizarre combination of chemicals I've ever seen. 'Dylan: What do you think it means?

Barton: It appears to be a specific set of protocols to stimulate different parts of the nervous system.

Dylan: Somebody was trying to wake her up from a coma?

Barton: Exactly.

Paul: Well, they succeeded.

Barton: Well, this person wasn't untrained. Whoever prescribed these drugs was a specialist and a damn good one.

Devon: It was Paul. He wants me to meet him at the hospital.

Neil: Yeah? Did he say what it's about?

Devon: No, just said it's important. I'll see you guys later.

Neil: Yeah.

Gwen: What do you think that's about?

Neil: I have no idea, but I should get to the hospital and find out, you know?

[Cell phone rings]

Neil: [Sighs] Excuse me. Yeah, hello?

Hilary: Neil, are you still in the club?

Neil: I am.

Hilary: Um, can you come back to my room?

Neil: Can it wait until tomorrow?

Hilary: No. I remembered something.

Neil: Okay.

Devon: Listen, guys, I'm way out of my depth here, so what are we actually looking at?

Paul: Uh, very possibly it's the fingerprint of a doctor who likes to play by his own rules.

Barton: And what's more, they work.

Dylan: Hilary's bloodstream looked like a drugstore the night stitch found her here. Once we figure out who's been treating her, then we're gonna know who's been holding her the whole time she was in a coma, and that may be the key to unlocking Hilary's memory.

Gwen: What are you still doing in town? I thought you'd be long gone by now.

Dr. Neville: What's a 15-letter word for magician? Uh... ah! Prestidigitator!

Gwen: Damn it. Hilary just told Neil that she remembered something. If she IDs you, we could all end up in prison.

Dr. Neville: Considering her condition, it's highly doubtful. I just came from memorial. It's as I suspected. I lost my page. [Sighs] None of the clowns at that particular rodeo have the skill or the knowledge to successfully complete Mrs. Hamilton's treatment. And as you so aptly put it, I can't go anywhere near the woman for fear of being recognized, which is exactly where you come in.

Gwen: What do you mean?

Dr. Neville: My dearest Gwendolyn, believe me when I tell you it's absolutely critical of you finish what I started.

Neil: Devon told me that he left you this wedding album. My understanding is that you remembered something. Does it have to do with the photos in here?

Hilary: Photos, mementos, everything from the wedding and the honeymoon. I remember, Neil. It was you. You were there.

Victoria: You know, I'm really worried about Nick and sage. A lot of marriages wouldn't survive this. It's a big loss. Ours didn't. And you know they haven't really been together that long.

Billy: Our marriage didn't, but our love did.

Victoria: I am still trying to get used to this new attitude of yours. You're full of hope for us and forgiveness for Adam and generosity for my father, when you could try to kick him while he's down.

Billy: Well, its for you. I'm gonna save your family's company, and then we'll start our new lives together.

Victoria: Or maybe you're full of crap and it's all a setup so you can crush Newman once and for all.

Nikki: Be straight with me, Jack. How bad are things?

Jack: You saw what paragon did to Newman towers. It did pretty much the same thing to Victor's bottom line.

Phyllis: Nikki, if he insists on going it alone, you need to think about protecting yourselves, otherwise he will bring you and the kids down financially and every other way that matters.

Nikki: Oh, well, thank you so much for your words of wisdom, Phyllis, but you don't know Victor as well as you think you do. He has an uncanny way of snatching Victory from the jaws of defeat.

Adam: You know, we just came from a funeral. Of course I'm upset. I may not be close with Nicholas, but it doesn't mean that I don't sympathize with him and sage.

Victor: But you seem to do more than sympathize.

Nick: I think you said I needed to sign some stuff for Christian.

Sure, Mr. Newman. I'm just gonna get one more document.

Nick: Thanks. [Sobbing]

Adam: I'm not gonna apologize for grieving Nick and sage's loss.

Victor: Was it only their loss?

Adam: I don't know what you mean.

Victor: I think you do. In fact... I think you've known for some time, haven't you? Christian was your child, wasn't he?

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

Dylan: Just take it easy.

Devon: He messed with my wife's mind. She's not even the same woman that I married.

Sage: I have something that I have to tell you.

Faith: About Christian?

Sage: Yes.

Chelsea: Am I interrupting?

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