Y&R Transcript Wednesday 2/15/17
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Chelsea: Sounds like someone's thirsty.
Chelsea: Hi. Same?
You are very talented. Want to be my valentine?
Phyllis: Keep it moving, slick. I'm not interested.
Billy: I thought you might need rescuing from yet another hot date.
Jill: No, this can't be happening.
Esther: What's going on, Jill? You look like you're gonna faint.
Jill: I can't afford to faint, all because of --
Esther: Look, maybe you should sit down before you fall down. Should I go get your antacid pills?
Jill: Esther, I'm not the one you should be worried about.
Esther: Okay, what'd he do now? Okay. Leaving.
Colin: Babe. What are you doing down here?
Jill: I'm just waiting for you, my angel.
[Cell phone chimes]
Jack: For you.
Victoria: Oh. Well, look at that. It's lovely.
Jack: It was free.
Victoria: I noticed them on my way in, but thanks anyway.
Jack: You accepted my invitation on Valentine's Day. You should at least get a rose out of it.
Victoria: I'm surprised you called.
Jack: We have business to discuss.
Victoria: Well, we could have done that in your office.
Jack: No roses in my office.
Victoria: Okay, Jack. What do you want?
Colin: What did you do that for?
Jill: My personal bank accounts have been emptied.
Colin: Well, that's traumatizing, but why attack --
Jill: Shh. Colin. I am broke.
Colin: We're broke?
Jill: No, not "we." I'm broke because my accounts have been emptied and not our shared ones.
Colin: Well, how did that happen?
Jill: You made it happen.
Colin: All right, look. I think, before you say --
Jill: I told you to shut up! How did you do it?
Colin: You don't become head of a crime syndicate without... learning a few things.
Jill: Where is my damn money, you thief?
Colin: Well... this -- this business investment came my way.
Ashley: Um, I'm here because I was dropping off the report -- the feedback report -- on JabotGo, and that's right there on your desk.
Ravi: Thank you.
Ashley: Yes. You're welcome. By the way, I don't make a habit of digging through people's trash.
Ravi: Oh, well, I would have done the same. The candies weren't wrapped. It would make one curious.
Ashley: Yeah, I was kind of curious, but I shouldn't have been because, um, it's none of my business, right?
Ravi: It was addressed to you. If anyone has the right to --
Ashley: Okay. It's all right. I mean... I'm gonna get back to work.
Phyllis: What are you doing here, Billy?
Billy: Just trying to determine if that guy you were dancing with is another online date and if he's worthy of you.
Phyllis: That was a work thing. It was simply a drink with a colleague.
Billy: On Valentine's Day. Really?
Phyllis: What are you doing, Billy?
Billy: I'm just trying to be supportive, offer you constructive advice.
Phyllis: In this bar, of all bars, on the most romantic day of the year?
Billy: Do you think I knew you were here?
Phyllis: Well, I know that you didn't come to Victoria's brother's bar looking for me.
Billy: I didn't come looking for Victoria, either.
Phyllis: Looking to make her jealous? Because nick is here, and it's definitely gonna get back to Victoria.
Billy: I just came to have a drink, Phyllis. Don't worry, I'm not gonna leap across the table and kiss you.
Phyllis: Wouldn't be the first time, right? Wouldn't be the first time we kissed each other to lash out at somebody else.
Billy: Or because we enjoyed it.
Phyllis: Something happen with Victoria.
Billy: What's that? No. Not in the way you think, anyway. We got into it, hashing stuff from the past...
Phyllis: Like how you slept with me while I was married to your brother? Or like how you cheated on Victoria once or twice or however many times...
Billy: Yeah, that about sums it up.
Phyllis: Then what?
Billy: Then I offered to give her a ride home.
Phyllis: Why do you keep doing this to yourself? It's go to be exhausting assuming that the world is always dumping on you...
Billy: Most of the time it is.
Phyllis: Then you get mad.
Billy: Yeah. Like I am now.
Phyllis: And then you decide to get back at everybody by drinking or gambling or jumping into bed with somebody.
Billy: See, you're describing yourself now, Phyllis.
Phyllis: That's because I am so good at recognizing it. See, you think that if everybody's gonna label you a screw-up, then what's the difference? Why not live down to everybody's expectations?
Billy: Yeah. Why the hell not? Well? Can I drive you home?
Phyllis: Thing is, Billy, I'm better than that. And it's time you realized you are, too.
I can see you're a woman of many...talents.
Chelsea: You want to know how talented I really am? I've got stamina. I can go all night long... ...reading the same bedtime story over and over without yawning once... yeah. And I'm creative. I've come up with 39 different ways to get a 3-year-old to eat his vegetables. Plus, get this -- I know how to get puke out of seven different types of fabric... is that talented enough for you? Okie dokie.
Nick: Wow. I thought I was gonna have to intervene with that guy..
Chelsea: Nah, it's like riding a bike. I think I'm gonna need to cut up some more lemons.
Nick: I can do that.
Chelsea: Okay, uh, and I think I'm pretty good on napkins, but I do need...
Nick: Actually, if you look over here, there's some -- down -- down in that area.
Chelsea: Okay, I just need, um...
Nick: What do you need?
Chelsea: Glasses. I need some low-ball glasses, please.
Nick: I'll be right back.
Billy: Nick. I need a word.
Billy: Your sister.
Victoria: Mmm! This champagne is exquisite.
Jack: And appropriate. I understand congratulations are in order.
Jack: The coup you pulled at brash & sassy!
Victoria: How did you hear about it?
Jack: Oh, Jill stopped by. She offered to buy my 49% of Fenmore's with the proceeds from her sale to you.
Victoria: So I guess we're both celebrating.
Jack: Not yet. Her price isn't quite what I'm looking for. Are you hungry? I am famished.
Victoria: Is that what we're doing here, Jack? Is this about Jill's offer?
Jack: So you tell me why I turned her down.
Victoria: I don't know, you're holding out for more money?
Jack: And that surprises you?
Victoria: It doesn't surprise me. It's good business. But it does surprise me that Jill wants Fenmore's. What is she really after?
Jack: Oh, I think her motivation is personal. Payback.
Victoria: Ahh. Lauren made the deal without consulting Jill.
Jack: Jill wants to teach her a lesson.
Victoria: Mm-hmm, well, that sounds like the Jill I know. But that's a very expensive lesson.
Jack: Oh, retribution can be well worth the price.
Victoria: [Laughing] Wait. What are we toasting?
Jack: To you. The fact that you got back the company that you started... ...and stuck it to my brother in the process. So... have you fired Billy yet?
John: You know what they say about all work and no play...
Ashley: Yeah, look who's talking -- the man who invented the 24-hour work day.
John: Mm. That was before I found out you don't live forever.
Ashley: Yeah, well, don't you worry, my health is in top form. And, anyway, these are some things I want to wrap up before tomorrow.
John: You know, I think you got this business in your blood. Now, I have been going over these figures you gave me of your young teen line, and I must say that the junior Jabot numbers are impressive, to say the least.
Ashley: Well, it's not exactly my teen line.
John: Oh, I wouldn't say anything different. Listen, you pulled it off the shelf, you got the ball rolling, and you deserve all the credit.
Ashley: Daddy, it was just woman's intuition.
John: Oh, "women's intuition." It's a lot more than that. Now, you have done a great job. And you've shown enormous instinct into the business. No, really. I am very proud of you.
Ashley: Thank you.
[Knocks on door]
Ravi: Um, I'm so sorry for interrupting. Can I have a moment of your time?
Ashley: Of course.
Ravi: [Sighs] I want you to have these.
Ashley: No. Please, I was nosy and I shouldn't have been and you are under no obligation...
Ravi: I'm speaking as someone who's passionately concerned about environmental issues. It would be highly irresponsible to let these go to waste, especially considering the man hours that went into making these delicacies that are handmade here in Genoa city.
Ashley: Okay, let me just say one thing -- I feel horrible. You were so sweet. You went to so much trouble, and I kind of dumped all over Valentine's Day, I just said it was a huge racket...
Ravi: No, no, no. You're right. It's a capitalistic made-up holiday, but it was wrong to throw these away. I know how much you like chocolate truffles. I heard you mention it once, so... here, chocolate ganache centers covered in fresh-roasted cocoa powder.
Ashley: With nuts?
Ravi: Oh, yeah, uh, there's almonds and coconut.
Ashley: Oh, my...
Ravi: I'll just leave those there. Enjoy.
Ashley: Ravi. I'm sorry, I can't accept these. I mean, I'm not even gonna take off the lid unless you do something for me.
Victoria: Working with Billy has never been a problem. I've always been able to manage it, and, trust me, there will be boundaries.
Jack: Gee, where have I heard that before?
Victoria: I've made it abundantly clear that I'm in charge.
Jack: Been there, did that. How's it working this time?
Victoria: You know Billy. He's pretending like it's the same thing, that we're partners, not employee-employer. Even invited himself over to my house.
Jack: And when you set him straight?
Victoria: He accused me of being like my father.
Jack: Ooh. Ouch. Low blow.
Victoria: He said that Reed was right and that I'm cold. Ugh, you know, Jack...
Jack: Wait, Billy said that?
Victoria: No, Reed. It was after I disciplined him.
Jack: Can we talk about one adolescent at a time? We're talking about Billy. You said you had set boundaries. You realize Billy doesn't give a damn what is or isn't suitable.
Victoria: Look, this is a new situation for us. I'm sure that after a while...
Jack: Billy is not gonna change, Victoria. You know that. This what he does. He manipulates people and takes them to places they regret. You don't need that in your personal life. You don't need that in your business life.
Billy: Jill decided to sell brash & sassy!
Nick: Yeah, I heard. To you, Cane, and Victoria. Congratulations.
Billy: You haven't heard the whole story because Victoria decided to buy the company on her own.
Nick: What, she fired you already?
Nick: If you're asking me to weigh in your behalf, Billy...
Billy: I don't need that, nick, and I'm not out of a job.
Nick: All right, then what's up?
Billy: I need you to talk to her, remind her why you left Newman in the first place, what it did to your life. Having to follow Victor's rules, being affected by his mind-set. It's happening to your sister now.
Nick: She bought back a company that she created...
Billy: Your father pushed Victoria to take on the company solo.
Nick: What's wrong with that?
Billy: It's the way that she's doing it. She's doing it in secret, leaving us in the dark. Cane and I had no idea what was going on until the deal was already set, okay? That is pure Victor, and I'm telling you, your sister is vulnerable right now and she's using work to fill that space up, and she's not listening to me about it.
Nick: Well, Billy, frankly, that's probably the best thing she could do right now.
Ashley: Oh, it's so... mmm. So good.
Ashley: So incredible.
Ravi: Incredible. Thank you for allowing me to share in this decadence.
Ashley: I know, right? Isn't it the most amazingly awesome thing ever?
Ravi: Remarkably, the lack of footwear does enhance the experience.
Ashley: I told you! Now, you know what else that would go really good with this?
Ravi: I'll grab you a coffee.
Ashley: [Laughs] Yes! So... how was your dinner with Phyllis?
Ravi: Mm. It was nice.
Ashley: Yeah? May I ask what you discussed?
Ravi: Are you okay? Are you choking? Are you okay?
Ashley: [Coughs] Water!
Ravi: All right. Here, here.
Ashley: Thank you. Mm. Okay. She wants to date you? Really?
Ravi: Me? No! God, no. She, uh, just wanted to learn more about online dating apps.
Ashley: Right, that's what she says.
Ravi: Nah, she seemed sincere. I tend to give people the benefit of the doubt.
Ashley: Oh, well, that's a nice quality. Especially in one so young.
Ravi: I'm not that young.
Ashley: Mm, I didn't mean it as an insult.
Ashley: Yeah. Thank you.
Ravi: What I meant to say was... in this situation, as an outsider, I can see things objectively. This company is... what's the word?
Ashley: Incestuous. That's the word.
Ravi: No. No.
Ashley: You don't judge, but it is a little weird.
Ravi: No, it's -- it's really nice having a family business to go to. It's preferable.
Ashley: Oh, thank you. And your family?
Ravi: Yeah, um... it was always disappointing to them that I couldn't follow in their footsteps. I was never really cut out for med school or NASA, so...
Ashley: Yeah, well, it does get a little complicated with parents sometimes.
Ashley: Um, this is my father, john Abbott. He's the one that founded this company.
Ravi: You know, I always, um... you know what? Never mind.
Ashley: What? We've been eating chocolates and we're barefoot. I think you can talk to me.
Ravi: Um... I always looked for you in him.
Ashley: What'd you see?
Ravi: Well... you don't look much like him. There's a kindness on his face. I see it in him like I feel it with you. I think, you know -- I think I really would have liked your dad.
Ashley: Yeah. He was very kind. Aww. Daddy. You know, he was just, um... great instincts, great character, and he was the rock of this family and this business, and he entrusted this company to my brother and me, and I take it very seriously. Sometimes I wonder if he's looking down on us and watching all of it, what he's saying...
Ravi: I'm sure he'd say he's very proud of you.
Nick: Now, if I were you, I'd be thankful that Victoria's so put-together. She's an incredible mother and role model to your children.
Billy: Yes, she is, and I am. And, trust me, nobody believes in Victoria more than I do. It's not what she's doing. Running brash & sassy!, She can do that in her sleep. She's made for that job.
Nick: Then what are you saying?
Billy: It's the way that she's doing it. Heavy-handed. It's the way she's treating Reed. The kid's a teenager and --
Nick: All right, stop. Stop. Look, Reed is not your kid, all right? So, frankly, how Victoria raises that boy is none of your concern.
Chelsea: Hey. The other bartender just got here.
Nick: Oh, good.
Chelsea: Yeah. Hi, Billy.
Billy: Hey, Chelsea. I saw you doing your thing. Brought back memories of Myanmar.
Chelsea: Not my finest hour.
Nick: Yeah, I was supposed to get lemons and glasses.
Chelsea: No, actually, we're covered. It's okay, so...
Nick: Yeah? Let's go. See ya.
Chelsea: Okay, bye.
Billy: Yeah, see you.
Jack: Okay, I apologize if I was a little...
Jack: I was gonna say intense. I guess "pushy" works, but...
Jack: I apologize.
Victoria: It's fine. You're not gonna warn me about Billy anymore?
Jack: Well, I'm not sure I can promise that, but I never meant to imply that you weren't capable of handling the situation.
Victoria: Are you, Jack? Are you capable of handling the Billy situation?
Jack: It was a brilliant business move, launching brash & sassy!'S men's line on Valentine's Day.
Victoria: Yeah, I know. It went really well. The rollout numbers are terrific, so...
Jack: And making Lily your brand ambassador -- downright brilliant.
Victoria: Careful, Jack. You and my dad might be agreeing on something.
[Cell phone chimes]
Victoria: Do you need to handle that?
Colin: Actually, the whole deal was rather elegant in its simplicity. I, uh... I found a failing company, and I simply shorted the stock. No problem.
Jill: No problem, because you were gonna put the money back in my account.
Colin: As soon as I sold the stock, yes.
Jill: Except you can't do it right now because the price is going in the wrong direction, right?
Colin: Well, yeah, but that's not a big deal. No need to get upset about it.
Jill: Okay. And you didn't think that I would realize my money was missing?
Colin: Well, uh... um...
Jill: Why? Why didn't you think that I would realize my money was missing?
Colin: Because you'd never realized in the past.
Jill: Yeah, you've done it before, haven't you?
Colin: Well, yeah, but, you know, small amounts. I always paid it back with a decent profit.
Jill: [Panting] God, you are gambling with my money. How could you steal from me? How could you steal from me?
Colin: I think stealing is a rather harsh word. I borrowed the money.
Colin: But, you know, what yours is mine and what's mine is yours. Isn't that the way it's supposed to work?
Jill: [Gasping] Colin, it only works that way if there's trust, and obviously there's no trust between us.
Colin: This -- what do you want, Esther?
Colin: I had a chance to make a really big deal here.
Jill: Yeah? What about my deal? Jack is thinking I'm gonna come back with a lot more money to buy Fenmore's. I need that money. You knew I needed that money. Oh, my God. That's -- that is why you didn't want me to make the offer, and you kept telling me it was because you were worried about me.
Colin: I am worried about you!
Jill: Oh, God, I'm nauseous. You make me sick with your excuses.
Esther: Oh, this is making your acid reflux act up again.
Colin: Please, Esther. Do you have to --
Esther: Listen, the last time, she had to go to hospital to have this checked out!
Jill: You can spin this any way you want to!
Colin: Please. Please.
Jill: You still lied to me and you stole from me!
Colin: I didn't steal.
Jill: Yes! You used me!
Colin: I just borrowed.
Jill: And you made a fool of me!
Colin: No, that's not the way it was!
Jill: I don't want to hear your excuses! Get out! There. There. Now I feel better.
Colin: Jill! [Knocks] Jill! Jill! Open up! Jill! [Sighs] [Groans] [Shivering] Jill! Jill! It's freezing out here! Get me a coat, at least! Jill, I do love you.
Esther: Hey! You deserve a lot worse after what you did to her! [Groans]
Colin: Jill! [Knocks]
Esther: Oh, good for you. You're finally getting that jerk out of your life.
Jill: This is not helping, Esther.
Esther: You don't look so good.
Jill: Well, thank you. That's very comforting, dealing with this.
Esther: Maybe I should get a thermometer because I think you might be running a fever.
Jill: Please, don't -- please don't hover. I am pale because I'm burning up. Please turn down the damn heat.
Esther: But you're so pale.
Jill: That's right, I'm pale.
Jill: You! You! Get away from this window! Get away! Go!
Jill: Go away! Esther, turn the sprinklers on.
Esther: I could call the police!
Jill: No! No need. Just let him freeze. Let him freeze. Oh, my God. Ohh. Ohh. Ohh.
[Cell phone rings]
Esther: [Whispering] Oh, I'm sorry to bother you.
Billy: You got to speak up. I can barely hear you.
Esther: It's your mother. Oh, gosh, she's really, really in a bad way.
Jill: I hope you get frostbite!
Billy: What is happening over there?
Nick: Connor still asleep?
Chelsea: Yeah. Yeah. After I promised him a candy kiss for breakfast.
Nick: [Sighs] I mean, you didn't even have dinner. I mean, it's -- I got wrapped up with Billy and...
Chelsea: It's okay. It's fine. It's no big deal.
Nick: It's not okay. I mean, I let it get to me and then the night got weird, and I'm sorry.
Chelsea: You're right. You should be ashamed of yourself.
Nick: Totally hijacked your Valentine's Day.
Chelsea: You did and I'm not okay with it, so you know what I'm gonna do? I'm gonna grab my coat and I am gonna leave you here to babysit my kid and I'm gonna go back to the underground and find that really charming drunk dude...
Nick: [Laughing] Okay.
Chelsea: You laugh, but he had some serious moves. I think he used his best material on me.
Nick: Oh, for sure. "Hey, barkeep!" That really got you going, huh?
Chelsea: Mm-hmm. It's just, you know, when you know, you just know.
Nick: Yeah. Well, I was impressed. I mean, I really liked the part where you said you were gonna be cleaning up your kid's puke.
Chelsea: [Laughs] Yeah. The look on his face was pretty priceless.
Nick: This is the lousiest date ever.
Chelsea: No! Hey! We danced!
Nick: Briefly. I mean, you worked all night. That's not what I had planned.
Chelsea: It was a great night. Mostly.
Nick: Yeah. So, what do we do now?
Chelsea: Now you... get to make it up to me.
Ravi: Your father seems like a wonderful man.
Ashley: He was a wonderful man. I miss him every day. It's been 10 years, you know? We were, uh... we were very close.
Ashley: You know, she's on the threshold.
John: Huh. Totally awesome. Isn't that what you kids say today?
Ashley: [Laughs] Maybe the very young kids, daddy.
John: Yeah? Well, just the same, Ashley Abbott, you are totally awesome.
Ashley: Hey, daddio, I can dig it.
Ashley: [Giggles] Daddy.
Ashley: He was very sweet with me, you know? He just kind of teased me, and... it was silly. He had a pet name for me.
Ravi: Yeah? What was it?
Ashley: [Laughs] He used to call me "my beauty."
Ravi: Ashley, I promise to work as hard as I can to honor your legacy.
Ashley: Can I tell you something, Ravi? I used to be a romantic like you.
Ravi: I'm not sure that's something that goes away.
Ashley: Maybe not. But you really have a good heart. And I'm sorry that I said those things and I made your throw away those candies and I'm sorry that I inflicted my cynicism upon you, and I really -- I really don't want your belief in love to be beaten down the way mine has.
Ravi: Hey. Hey. Come here. It's okay. It's okay.
Chelsea: Uh, well...
Chelsea: It was a lovely evening.
Chelsea: Yeah. Night.
Ashley: So thank you, once again, for the chocolates.
Ravi: Thank you for sharing them with me.
Ashley: Sorry I got a little emotional.
Ravi: I'm not. You loved your father very much.
Ashley: I did.
Ravi: And it was really nice hearing you talk about him like that. Seems like a wonderful man who raised an equally wonderful daughter.
Ashley: Thank you.
Ravi: Who is not as cynical as she claims to be. Happy Valentine's Day.
Jack: Tonight is all about you. I have some idea of the challenges you're facing. I know what you're up against. I want to make sure you take a moment to enjoy this success.
Victoria: Are you sure that's all there is to it?
Jack: All I'll admit to.
Victoria: All right. In that case, this has been lovely, but I need to get home to my kids, so... thank you for this, for all of it. Thank you. [Laughs]
[Cell phone chimes]
Phyllis: What was that about?
Victoria: Excuse me?
Phyllis: You and Jack. Or do I need to ask Billy?
Jill: I must have been crazy thinking he wouldn't steal from me. I think I've sensed something's wrong for a while, and I've been very, very tense and my jaw hurts. I've been physically ill.
Billy: Well, you need to sit down.
Jill: Oh, Billy, Billy, how can he do this to me? He took my money. He took all of it. I've got to call somebody. I've got to -- [Groans]
Billy: Mom, okay, come on. We're going to the hospital. Esther, can you grab her jacket, please?
Esther: Yes, I will.
Billy: Easy. Easy. Easy.
Jill: [Gasping] It hurts.
Esther: Careful. Careful!
Jill: It really hurts.
Billy: Okay, hold on. Just rest.
Esther: I got it.
Billy: Come on.
Esther: Stay warm.
Billy: Come here. Get the door, please.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Victoria: If your husband's gonna be on my team, he needs to be on my team. That's the only way this is gonna work.
Jill: I'm fine now, and I am going home!
Billy: My mother had a heart attack because of you.
Colin: Whoa! Heart attack?
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