Y&R Transcript Thursday 2/2/17

Y&R Transcript Thursday 2/2/17


Provided By Suzanne

Jill: [Chuckles] According to some people, I have no control where Fenmore's needed the money, and jafenmore's needed the money, and Jabot only bought 49%, so at least you and Lauren still maintain control.

Jill: [Chuckles] According to some people, I have no control where Fenmore's is concerned. Do you know that Lauren didn't even consult me on this?

Cane: Why didn't you ask her to?

Jill: I did, Cane. And she told me that she had just everything handled! Selling our legacy is handled?!

Colin: Listen, don't get yourself riled up. Stress is bad for you.

Jill: Yeah, I'll tell you what stresses me out is when my sister does a multi-million-dollar deal and she leaves me out of it.

Colin: Look, I can understand it's upsetting.

Jill: Yeah, well, it's all over the news! The whole world knew about it before I did!

Colin: Look, we discussed last night that when choosing battles, it might be best to walk away from this one.

Jill: Darling, you discussed and I listened. I will not walk away from this fight!

Jack: Thank you all for coming on such short notice. I won't take too much of your time. This is a tremendous moment for these two companies, both with equally rich histories, both based here in Genoa city, both founded by extraordinary men whose legacies their children cherish to this day. The road to this moment has not been an easy one.

[Cell phone vibrates]

Jack: But how we got here no longer matters. What is important now is that we are all on the same side.

Gloria: Call me back, Jack, immediately.

Mariah: Hey. Have you seen the reactions to last night's show?

Hilary: Uh...

Mariah: What am I talking about? Of course you have. You live for the praise of millions.

Hilary: Was there praise?

Mariah: Yeah, listen. "GC buzzed a rip in the space-time continuum, swallowed up the mean Hilary, and spat out twice the buzz. #Doublebuzzisbetter.

Hilary: They like us. I'm glad that it worked out.

Mariah: Like us? This is stanning. You know, as in stan, hardcore fan. Do you even go on the internet? Anyway, after they got over the fact that you made me faceplant on live TV, you are getting major love for owning up and apologizing.

Hilary: Nice.

Mariah: You know, it was an excellent move on your part. You really know how to work this TV thing.

Hilary: That's it? That's all that you have to say?

Mariah: Did you miss the part where I gave you like three compliments?

Hilary: No, I-I missed the part where you accepted my apology.

Mariah: Why should I?

Hilary: What is it gonna take? If saying I'm sorry on live TV isn't enough --

Mariah: You really expect me to believe that that apology was for me?

Hilary: It was.

Mariah: That apology was designed for one person and one person only -- Devon.

Devon: All right, sounds good. See you then.

Neil: Hey, hey. We still on for breakfast?

Devon: Yeah, absolutely. I just, uh, let me make a note for these, uh, interviews.

Neil: What interview?

Devon: Uh, prospective managers to replace Lily.

Neil: I thought Lily would be handling that.

Devon: Yeah, she normally would, but she's busy with fittings and photo shoots for her new gig at brash & sassy.

Neil: Okay, but what about an assistant or somebody to handle that for her?

Devon: I, uh, I don't need to. This is my place, and I want to do things.

Neil: So putting Hilary back on the GC buzz last night, was that your decision?

Devon: Yes, it was.

Neil: And the apology for what she did to Mariah?

Devon: That was all Hilary. And it was the last thing that I ever expected.

Neil: Uh-huh. And did that change things for you?

Victoria: I had no idea that this was in the works, did you?

Billy: Kind of. Phyllis mentioned it.

Victoria: So, um, how did Phyllis know? Are she and Jack...?

Billy: Why would you jump to them being back together?

Victoria: I was just wondering if they had gotten to the point where they're being civil again, that's all.

Billy: Okay, uh, I'm not 100% sure, but I know that Phyllis and Lauren, you know, get along, they're friendly, so Phyllis and Lauren are working together. As far as Jack and Phyllis, I don't think my brother would be her pick as an investor.

Victoria: Well, Lauren must have thought that Jack had something to offer that the other investors wouldn't.

Billy: I'm sure Jack cornered her and made it so that she couldn't walk away from the deal.

Victoria: Well, Jabot's doing great. He doesn't want or need anything from anybody.

Billy: That's exactly the point. Jabot is at the top of the heap. Jack wants to make sure that he's known as the king of Genoa city. Whatever. Um, you want to look at those samples?

Victoria: Yeah, are they ready?

Billy: They are. I'll get them.

Victoria: Don't you think it's a little weird that Jill hasn't said anything about this?

Billy: She probably doesn't know. If she did, we would hear about it because Jill don't do quiet.

Victoria: Well, she does own half of Fenmore's.

Billy: Yeah, but Lauren's the one that runs it, and by the sound of that article, Jack and Lauren are the only ones part of the deal.

Victoria: Hmm. I can only imagine Jill's reaction.

Billy: [Imitates explosion]

Victoria: [Chuckles]

Billy: She's gonna storm in here ready for a fight. She's gonna want everybody to know that brash & sassy will not be beaten by Jabot.

Victoria: Well, I want that, too.

Billy: What?

Victoria: I need you to help me launch the latest weapon in our arsenal.

Jack: And it is imperative that everyone in the departments you manage, and I do mean everyone, bring your maximum effort, energy, passion to our common goal -- unrivaled success.

Lauren: I agree. And luckily both companies employ the brightest and the best. And if we continue to share our ideas and our talents, we will ensure a mutually beneficial relationship.

Jack: And to that end. Ravi?

Ravi: Yeah? Uh, sorry. Um, yeah, we, uh... was I supposed to --

Jack: Ravi, I am assigning you to work primarily with Phyllis. Getting her virtual dressing room platform up and running is our top priority.

Phyllis: We get to work together after all.

Ravi: Uh, that's great.

Jack: As for the rest of you, I'm hoping that every one of you will do all you can to help Lauren in this transition.

Lauren: Well, thank you. I think we've covered everything.

Jack: I agree. So let's get to it.

Lauren: I'm impressed, Jack. You instructed your staff instead of ordering them to make sure that this transition goes smoothly. Thank you.

Jack: Well, that was the plan. So --

Lauren: Ashley, you know, we've not talked about this, but I just want you to know how much I've always valued our friendship, and I really admire your abilities and your work ethic. I am so looking forward to collaborating with you.

Ashley: Thank you. I look forward to working with you, too, Lauren.

Phyllis: Okay, I guess I'm not being included on this mutual admiration society, so why don't we get to work, shall we?

Jack: Actually, Phyllis, there is something I wanted to say to you.

Phyllis: You know, Jack, if you're going to rehash our divorce or anything that has happened in this past year --

Jack: No, not at all. But judging from your response, this needs to be said. I stand by my earlier statement. We all have to be a part of this united front. You play a critical role on this team. I know we have our personal issues, but I want you to know you will be treated with the utmost professionalism.

Phyllis: Okay. Go, team! See you later.

Lauren: Yeah. That wasn't exactly warm and fuzzy, but it is encouraging that he's making an effort.

Phyllis: Oh, I hope he can stick to it.

Lauren: Hey. He's trying. I think we should do the same.

Phyllis: You suggesting I adjust my skepticism?

Lauren: Maybe just a tad, you know. He has stepped up.

Phyllis: Honey, I want this to work for you, but it is tough to trust that Jack is being sincere after he's been jerking us around. Even last night.

Lauren: Okay, honey, I think that was more about Jill than it was about you.

Phyllis: You mean not everything is about me? Never considered the concept.

Lauren: It is a shocking twist. [Chuckles] Lattes?

Phyllis: I'm gonna sound like I'm butting in right now, but now that everything is settled, maybe you should talk to Jill.

Lauren: [Sighs] I've already talked to her, and nothing is ever settled with her. She's still upset that I didn't go to her when Fenmore's was in trouble.

Phyllis: Why didn't you?

Lauren: [Sighs] Pride, shame.

Phyllis: You had nothing to be ashamed of.

Lauren: Are you kidding? It's my store. I broke it. I needed to fix it.

Phyllis: You fixed it brilliantly.

Lauren: Thank you.

Phyllis: And I think talking it out with Jill will really mean a lot to her, face to face.

Lauren: Yeah, maybe you're right. I'll make her understand that I did not do this to alienate her. I just -- I couldn't face running to her, you know, hat in hand before I tried everything else.

Phyllis: You'll make her understand.

[Elevator bell dings]

Lauren: If she doesn't, there's really nothing she can do about it now.

Jill: Tea? Really?

Colin: It's herbal. It'll help calm you down.

Jill: You're very sweet. You're very sweet, but nothing's gonna change my mood unless I get my share of Fenmore's back from Jack Abbott!

Colin: Will you help me remind her that she's already handling chancellor and brash & sassy?

Cane: You know what? Actually, dad is right on this one. Besides, I thought you were more of a silent partner nowadays with Fenmore's and that's how you liked it.

Jill: Yeah, I did like it that way -- till I found out that the chain was in trouble and I found out after the fact.

Cane: Wow. You know what? If I actually found out decisions were being made, you know, without me knowing about them, I'd probably be upset, too.

Colin: Thank you so much for your opinion. Now, look at the time. Don't you have somewhere to be?

Cane: Yeah, actually, I do. I have to go and, uh, see a distributor and talk to him about something. It's important. You know what I'll do? I'll e-mail you a report, and I'll keep you in touch.

Jill: Thank you! Somebody is keeping me informed! Thank you!

Cane: You're welcome.

Colin: I don't see why you're so agitated. The deal with Jabot's already in place.

Jill: Really, really, really? Well, I think I could be a player in this, all right? If I offered Jack a large enough, generous enough offer, I think that I could be a player! [Sighs] Don't, don't, don't, don't! I'm plotting here!

Colin: And doing it very badly. Look, you're all full of righteous anger and adrenaline.

Jill: And justifiably so, wouldn't you say?

Colin: Yeah, but that's not a good way to do business. You got to step back and look at the big picture and look at what's best.

Jill: No! That's what I am doing!

Colin: Yeah, and not as a businesswoman, but as a woman who's married to a man who loves you and who wishes that this whole Fenmore's-Jabot thing would just go away.

Jill: Whoa. Why are you so against me doing this?

Colin: I told you. I'm worried about your state of mind.

Jill: [Scoffs] No, Colin. I want you to tell me the real reason you don't want me to pursue this deal, and I want you to tell me now.

Neil: So is it that you don't want to answer me or that you don't know the answer?

Devon: You think I should forgive Hilary?

Neil: That's not what I asked you.

Devon: Because I almost lost my life 'cause of that woman. I would be nuts to give her a second chance.

Neil: Well, you see, young man, that's the thing about love. It makes you nuts. Do you still love her? Because if you do and you can't move on while this is unresolved.

Hilary: You know, we should sex up that Jabot-Fenmore's story with a mix-merge of their supermodels.

Mariah: And I was thinking that we could end with the Jack white interview, although we don't have a strong lead story.

Hilary: Oh, there's still plenty of time. Trust me, in this town, anything can happen before the sun goes down.

Mariah: Scary how true that is. I wonder what Devon thought of last night's show, the two of us together, your apology. He must have said something to you, right?

Hilary: No, he didn't. By the time we were finished taping, he was gone.

Mariah: Oh.

Hilary: It's fine. I don't expect Devon to believe that I've changed or forgive me overnight. I'm just really glad that I got a chance to clear my conscience.

Mariah: Mm-hmm.

Hilary: I'm being honest. Trust me. Nobody knows better than I do, nothing good comes from lying.

Colin: Yeah. Yeah, there is something else.

Jill: Ah. I knew it. I knew you had an ulterior motive.

Colin: My, uh, my heartless, self-centered motive is my incomparable love for you.

Jill: What does that mean?

Colin: You know, the last few years have been a whirlwind. You running chancellor, our splitting our time between Hong Kong and Chicago, and moving back here, acquiring brash & sassy.

Jill: Honey, you knew who I was when you married me.

Colin: And I thank God that I got that opportunity. I mean, I love your ambition. I worship the idea that you have this -- this passionate ethic for work.

Jill: Well, what's the problem?

Colin: How much more success do we need to acquire and at what personal cost?

Jill: [Sighs] Geez. You're really expecting me to change, aren't you?

Colin: No, I just need to remind you that at this point and at this time in our life, we're meant to be sitting back and reaping the benefits of all those wonderful things that you went out there and built and savoring the finer things in life...together.

Jill: Are you trying to say that you want more time with me?

Colin: I missed you in Australia so much! When I came back, I was full of plans for the both of us. Romantic dinners, weekends away together, doing those things and spending time doing those things that we've never spent time doing before. I don't want anything to get in the way of that.

Jill: Sweetheart, I really believe that we can have all those things whether I'm working or not.

Colin: Alas, I think... history is moving ahead of us. Please think of this. Don't make any decisions out of spite. Life is too short.

Jill: Oh, baby.

Jack: Does that timetable work for you?

Ashley: It's fine.

Jack: I haven't managed to get more than a one-word answer out of you since that meeting.

Ashley: Surprises. That's one word, too. And you're full of them, aren't you?

Jack: If you're talking about the way I dealt with Phyllis, I am in no mood to be grilled yet again about the dynamic with my ex-wife.

Ashley: Oh, no, I have a much greater concern than that, Jack.

[Cell phone rings]

Jack: Jack Abbott.

Gloria: Thought you'd answer this time.

Jack: I realize you've been trying to reach me. I am in the middle of something. I'll have to get --

Gloria: Don't you dare hang up on me!

Jack: Now, where were we?

Gloria: [Sighs]

Billy: Let's do this.

Victoria: This might be cold.

Billy: Well, you could warm it up first.

Victoria: Ugh. Come on. This is a scientific experiment, not some warped fantasy, so man up.

Billy: Already there, sweetheart.

Victoria: [Sighs] [Spritzes]

Billy: I feel so used.

Victoria: Come on, Billy. This is serious.

Billy: I love it when you get bossy.

Victoria: Oh! Are you done yet?

Billy: Yes, I am done.

Victoria: [Sighs]

Billy: What do you think? Which one's gonna be our signature scent?

Victoria: Hmm, I don't know. [Sniffs] It's hard to say.

Billy: That's because you're over here doing this with your hand. Come on. Get up in here.

Victoria: I can smell it just fine from over here.

Billy: Come on. Get closer. That's not me speaking. It's science.

Victoria: You don't know a damn thing about science.

Billy: Victoria, if we're gonna pick one of these for valentine's day, we need to make a choice. Come on. Get closer.

Victoria: [Sighs]

Billy: Vick?

Victoria: Hmm?

Billy: What do you think?

Victoria: It's... I vastly like the second one better. It's distinctive, it's fresh.

Billy: Okay, that's good. That's a go. That's a no.

Victoria: Oh, no, wait. Hold on. There's one more. There's three.

Billy: [Sighs]

Victoria: So, uh...

Billy: Neck?

Victoria: Okay. [Spritzes] This one's more subtle.

Billy: Get closer.

Cane: Can we at least try and keep things professional around here?

Jack: What is the problem? It's a merger! You had to know we would be sharing resources!

Ashley: Ravi is not a resource! And it's counterproductive for you to take him off of a project we've been working on for months, JabotGo, and hand him over to Phyllis!

Jack: Ashley, we're building Phyllis' platform first!

Ashley: She's gonna monopolize his time, maybe for weeks, maybe for months! What's that?

Jack: I can't help but wonder if your complaint is of a more personal nature.

Ashley: Oh, you've got to be kidding me. That's ridiculous.

Jack: Then why are you standing --

Ashley: You're not seeing the big picture! The only reason the Fenmore deal even happened, Jack, is because of the success of the application that Ravi created. You have got to keep Jabot first!

Jack: I don't need you telling me that. I assure you, Jabot will not suffer because of Ravi's divided attention.

Phyllis: Because we're in for a long day.

Ravi: Hey, uh, well, uh, thanks, but that's too much dairy for me. But thanks anyways.

Phyllis: Oh, more for me. You know, I don't think you have been properly introduced to Lauren. Lauren Fenmore, Ravi Shapur.

Lauren: Hello. Lovely to meet you. I've heard so much about you. Phyllis just raves about your creativity and your programming skills.

Ravi: Cool. Thanks. Uh, and you guys, Fenmore's, you guys -- you guys sell really nice stuff.

Lauren: [Chuckles] Yes, we do. Thank you so very much. So, the platform that you and Phyllis are collaborating on, you know, is essential for our continued success, and you are aware that we are launching the new live website on president's weekend, right?

Ravi: Yeah, Phyllis actually mentioned that -- pres-- that's soon. That's, like, really soon.

Phyllis: We can handle it.

Ravi: Right, no, it's just, uh, there's other deadlines. Um, there's still a lot of work I have to get done for Ashley --

Lauren: Right, so this will be your priority. I mean, Jack did say that we need to work together.

Ravi: Yeah, no, I heard Jack. Uh --

Lauren: You'll be on this full-time, and Ashley will adjust.

Ravi: Okay, uh... will she?

Phyllis: Ravi, we are gonna be just fine. You and I are gonna be able to deliver just what Lauren wants. I have every confidence.

Ravi: Okay.

Jill: I was so upset by Mrs. Baldwin's high-handedness. That is why I called David Sherman. You know, his father was Katherine's attorney for many, many years, and I need someone I can trust.

I'm sorry. Mr. Sherman is out of the country.

Jill: Well, maybe that's just as well. You know, Mrs. Baldwin and I haven't seen much of each other lately. I've been traveling and attending to my other businesses. But we are still business partners. So when she made this deal without consulting me, well, I think it's outrageous. I think it's a miscarriage of justice. Am I right?

Ms. Atkinson, what would you like us to do?

Jill: Well, first of all, I don't believe that litigation is the answer here. As a matter of fact, my husband Colin, he just thinks I should let the whole thing go entirely and live with Lauren's decision. He wants to spend more time with me. He's a very, very sweet man.

So, you are no longer in need of our firm's services?

Jill: [Sighs] What I need is you. I need the youngest, hungriest, and, in all likelihood, handsomest associate to work tirelessly on my behalf, that way I make my husband happy and you make me even happier by using every legal resource to get our stores back where they belong -- to me.

Neil: I'm not trying to pressure you into any particular course of action when it comes to your wife. I'm just trying to get you to be honest, man, about how you're feeling, you know, what you want.

Devon: I have no idea what I actually want, and I'm kind of embarrassed to feel like that because you would think that after everything that she's done I couldn't divorce that woman fast enough. But that doesn't stop me from thinking about her. All day, every day, memories come at me, the good ones, the bad ones. I reach for her in the morning in a house that I bought for her. I try not to think about her before I go to sleep.

Neil: Like I said, she affects every part of your life. And I think given some time, you know, you'll be able to put all this behind you.

Devon: I really don't think that a lifetime would be enough to stop missing her and to stop wanting her. I just -- I-I don't know if I will be able to live without her.

Neil: So you're thinking about taking her back?

Devon: I keep telling myself that would be the worst possible thing I could do, and it would be fantastic if I believed it.

Hilary: Why are you staring at me?

Mariah: Nothing. Just waiting to see if your nose is gonna start growing.

Hilary: Excuse me?

Mariah: You know, 'cause that "I'm done with lying" is about the biggest whopper I've ever heard in my life. Oh, come on, Hilary. I am not judging you. You can come clean with me.

Hilary: You don't want to believe me, it's fine.

Mariah: Why would I? You've practically --

Hilary: People do have epiphanies, Mariah. It happens when your husband is so disgusted that he runs from you and he crashes his car and he almost dies or when you will do anything to hold onto the one person on the planet who truly loves you but you can't because of your own selfishness and your own deceit. Oh, God. I bet that you are wondering when you're gonna be able to use this against me, huh?

Mariah: Actually, I was thinking that...I was as bad as you.

Hilary: So I've heard.

Mariah: Okay. I believe you. At least the part about you wanting to change.

Hilary: Well, it's really too bad that it doesn't matter what you believe.

Cane: [Sighs]

Billy: Relax. What you saw was, in fact, completely professional. Wasn't it?

Victoria: Yes, absolutely. We just need to choose the rest of the fragrances for the men's body spray line.

Cane: Okay, so you just figured you'd go ahead and do it without me, huh?

Victoria: Well, we weren't doing it without you.

Billy: Don't waste your breath. He's still sensitive because we hired Lily without consulting him.

Cane: It's just there's major, like, patterns going on here of you making decisions without consulting me, okay? Even though the three of us are meant to be running this business together.

Victoria: And we do. Billy and I were just reviewing some of the samples. Have you done any work on the selections yourself?

Cane: Yeah, I have, actually.

Victoria: Well, it's no different than what we're doing here.

Cane: Okay.

Victoria: Now we're all here together, we can hash it out and determine what our favorite is.

Billy: Wait. Does that mean he's gonna have to smell me, too?

Victoria: Yes, it's science, Billy.

Billy: Huh.

Victoria: Come on, you guys. Let's get to work. Everyone's voice is gonna be heard, all right?

Both: Right.

Jack: You can't just walk in here.

Gloria: I just did. And now I suggest you clear your schedule.

Jack: I know you are disappointed that I can't secure you a job at Fenmore's.

Gloria: "Disappointment" is a gross understatement, Jack. There's a reason I was swallowing my sorrows in shots with you the other night!

Jack: Could you keep your voice down? I don't need a reminder, and I don't need everyone in the hall hearing you.

Gloria: Do you need reminding that you gave me your word?!

Jack: Gloria...

Gloria: Believe me, I believed you. Thought we were friends, Jack.

Jack: We were allies. And since you are pushing this, let me remind you, you didn't deliver on all of your promises, either.

Gloria: Not every single one, no. But, oh, I sure as hell delivered and cleared the way so you could make the deal.

Jack: In some ways you came through. In some you didn't. Just as I had every intention of coming through with this job for you.

Gloria: Then do it!

Jack: I bought a substantial piece of Fenmore's. Lauren still runs the show there. She does the hiring and the firing. I'm sorry, Gloria.

Gloria: If you are truly sorry, make it up to me. Figure it out, Jack!

Jack: You're not hearing me, Gloria. There is nothing I can do for you.

Gloria: I know from personal experience -- when you really want something, like robbing me of my inheritance that your father wanted to leave me, you were unstoppable. So come on, Jack. Where there's a "will," there's a way.

Jack: Except in this situation, there is neither a will nor a way. This conversation is over.

Lauren: Well, I thought I'd stop by and see if Jill and I could shift things from Defcon 1 to a 2.

Colin: Well, it's an admirable effort. She's not here. She's got an appointment.

Lauren: All right, well, at least I tried.

Colin: Well, um, why don't you stick around? Maybe we can have a chat, you know.

Lauren: You and me?

Colin: Yeah, well, we've never really spent a whole lot of time together. At least I don't think.

Lauren: No. We haven't. But, you know, if you're just gonna echo Jill's rallying cry about how I abused her by taking care of my company, forget it.

Colin: That's the furthest thing from my mind. I'm on your side.

Lauren: All right.

Colin: Please. You know, uh, you could have handled that situation with a tad more sensitivity.

Lauren: Ugh. Colin, if that's what you're gonna say to me, forget it.

Colin: But look, my -- my wish is that Jill would just forget this and move on.

Lauren: Really?

Colin: What I don't understand is why my wife is so agitated by this merger with Jack Abbott. I mean, it benefits both companies, right?

Lauren: Yes, of course it does.

Colin: And you can't argue with good business. I just wish my wife would understand that and stop going out there and chasing more. I mean, God knows she doesn't need the stress.

Lauren: Oh, my God. Is she ill?

Colin: No, no, no, no, no. Healthy as a horse. But, you see, it's that simple. Selfishly, I can think of a million and more things to do with the time. [Sighs] I wish Jill understood that, too.

Lauren: This is very surprising.

Colin: Look, I just wanted to reassure you. You're not in this alone. I'm doing whatever I can to mollify her on my end.

Lauren: You are so reasonable. [Chuckling] This is so out of character for you.

Colin: You didn't expect this kind of cooperation, did you?

Lauren: No. Which has me wondering, what are you expecting in return?

Jill: I have no desire to get caught up in some lawsuit that's gonna take years to resolve. I want results right now.

Mediation could work for you.

Jill: Whereas an end run could result in a sure thing. I mean, I could use my vast assets to make Jack an irresistible offer. Buy his percentage, making me the majority owner of Fenmore's.

Investing your own money when Fenmore's isn't salvageable?

Jill: I know, I know, I know. It's risky. I just wish there was another... ohh. Whoa. Maybe there is another option.

Ashley: Hard at work, I see.

Phyllis: Hey! Ravi stepped out. I get why he stays so cheerful all day. This thing is amazing. It makes you happy just sitting on it. I bet a few minutes bouncing on this could even make you pleasant.

Ashley: So I'm aware that Jack is calling most of the shots around here, but I've got some ground rules that I'm laying down, as well.

Devon: Hey, Mariah.

Mariah: Hey.

Devon: Hey, you did a great job yesterday.

Mariah: Thanks. I was wondering if you liked it.

Devon: I did, I did. And we've been getting really great feedback, so I just want to thank you for all your hard work.

Mariah: Well, if you're looking for Hilary... she's right over there.

Hilary: It's okay, Devon. I figured by the way that you took off last night you were pretty angry with me for going off script and making that apology on live TV, not running it by you.

Devon: Well, actually, I was impressed.

Ashley: Unfortunately, because of this deal, I'm forced to let Ravi work with you, but there's gonna be some restrictions. I'm not just gonna hand him over to you.

Phyllis: I didn't realize he was your possession, Ashley.

Ashley: I'm not gonna let you take advantage of him, Phyllis. You're not gonna monopolize his time or his energy.

Phyllis: Whoa, nobody said anything about taking over his life. I just need him to help me finish a project. What do you need him for?

Ashley: Excuse me? I hired him. And I value him greatly.

Phyllis: I see.

Ashley: He's my right-hand man, and believe me, my project is gonna be his top priority. Are we clear?

Colin: You know, in view of my, uh, checkered past, I can understand your skepticism, but, um, I want nothing from you. I'm doing this for the good of my marriage.

Lauren: I care about Jill. I wouldn't be here if I didn't. So please tell her that that's why I came here to talk to her. And if you really are being sincere and that we are on the same side, [Scoffs] I can't believe I'm saying this to you of all people... but thank you.

Colin: No thanks necessary. Let's just hope this blows over and soon.

Jill: Whatever you're working on, you can stop. I have an offer to make to the three of you.

Cane: What? What is it?

Jill: I want to divest brash & sassy from chancellor.

Victoria: What? Why?

Jill: I need to free up some cash. So if the three of you want to buy this company, it's all yours.

Jack: This conversation is over. You can show yourself out.

Gloria: No, this is not finished, Jack Abbott. Not by a long shot.

Jack: There is nothing left to discuss. As I've explained to you, there is nothing, absolutely nothing, I can do for you, Gloria. Now, I suggest you suck it up and find a job elsewhere.

Gloria: [Chuckles] Do you think you can do this to me again? Toss me aside? Dismiss me as if I don't matter? No, sir. I will not be ignored. Trust me, Jack. I will not be ignored!

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

Billy: You already know what you want to do with the money.

Jill: Oh, you're damn right I do.

Victor: You built this company from the ground up. You should own the whole damn thing. Buy it!

Gloria: I have the right to talk about whatever I want to!

Ashley: What the hell am I interrupting?

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