Y&R Transcript Monday 4/3/17

Y&R Transcript Monday 4/3/17

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Episode # 11140 ~ Nick alienates Chelsea; Michael presses Kevin for answers; Cane's plan for damage control backfires.

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Paul: So, nick, the investigation into Adam's death was closed months ago. A propane leak caused the explosion.

Nick: And I accepted that conclusion at the time.

Paul: What's changed?

Nick: Well, I have some serious questions about that night at the cabin, and I think Dylan did, too. Can you get him on the phone?

Paul: Well, um... he and I were equally involved in this investigation.

Nick: All right. Will you hear me out then?

Paul: Of course. I just hope it's more than a gut feeling. Because it's gonna need something solid to re-open this investigation.

Nick: I'd say this qualifies.

Michael: Tomorrow? Your wedding's tomorrow?

Kevin: Yep. We decided we love each other much too much to wait.

Michael: Well -- you certainly don't have any respect for your wedding guests, giving them one day's notice.

Kevin: The only ones we care about are coming no matter what, right?

Michael: Well, you know I'll be there.

Kevin: See?

Michael: Whatever happened to "make it nice, make it special, do this one right?"

Kevin: It can be all that! Spontaneity is not wrong.

Michael: [Chuckles] All right, spill. Which one of you brought up fast-tracking this, you or Chloe?

Chloe: Thank you so much.

Esther: Oh, sweetheart, I would not let you down. I will take care of everything. This is so exciting!

Chloe: I know! [Squeals]

Esther: [Laughs] I love it!

Chelsea: Knock, knock, ladies!

Esther: Chelsea!

Chelsea: What is going on in here?

Chloe: I'm getting married!

Chelsea: I know!

Chloe: Tomorrow! [Laughs]

Chelsea: What?

Chloe: I know. I know. But mom promised that she's going to make it happen.

Esther: Yes. You should have seen the dinner parties that I threw together for Mrs. C. I've so got this.

Chelsea: I wish I could say the same. Um, Chloe, you know your dress isn't finished, right? So why the hurry all of a sudden?

Lily: Hello again.

Juliet: Lily. Hi!

Lily: Hi, um... I just spoke to Cane, and he told me.

Juliet: He told you?

Lily: Yeah, some people would say it's inappropriate, but we have a really close relationship so he tells me everything.

Juliet: I want to clarify, I didn't force Cane to do anything.

Lily: Well, of course you didn't.

Juliet: And this doesn't upset you?

Lily: No. I mean, if you're good as Cane says you are, then I doubt this will slow you down.

Juliet: Lily, you have the wrong impression of me.

Lily: Uh, I don't think so.

Victoria: What's going on? You did like a complete 180 when I brought up a new role for Juliet in Genoa city.

Cane: No, it's just -- I know how much she wanted to stay in Tokyo as the division head, that's all.

Victoria: Yeah, but I think that this job would be a hefty consolation prize, don't you?

Cane: Yeah. Absolutely I do. Um, I just don't want to like, you know, deliver any bad news to her, but you know what? Hey, she may not see it that way, and if that's the case, it's, uh -- it's fantastic, isn't it?

Victoria: Is it? I mean, is that how you really feel?

Cane: She has my endorsement in any way, you know? I think, um... we'd be lucky to have her in any position -- [Clears throat] Any capacity you think is best.

Victoria: Good. That's what I want to hear. For a minute there, I thought you didn't want Juliet here.

Nick: Detectives don't like coincidences, right?

Paul: Sure. Could you get to your point, nick?

Nick: How about the cabin? You know, it exploded moments after Chelsea and I got there. One minute later, and she and Connor would have been inside. Instead, they were spared.

Paul: I don't trust coincidences, but I do believe in lucky breaks.

Nick: Well, to me, that seems incredibly convenient.

Paul: But for whom, then? I mean, saying that she and the kid were spared implies that someone set off the explosion. So do you have any proof?

Nick: How about the propane leak?

Paul: Underneath the floorboards? Maybe from the seal connecting the line from the tank to the appliances in the cabin.

Nick: So, what's the difference between a defective seal and one that someone maybe sabotaged with, like, a wrench?

Paul: Forensically speaking, probably nothing. But the CSI team may be able to uncover any alterations, but then you know what they'd want?

Nick: Proof.

Paul: Which is what we need to get to pull this out of the realm of conjecture. Proof or motive.

Nick: So, if there was a convincing motive, would that be enough to reopen this case?

Paul: If it were solid. Nick, you got a life -- a full life -- and you're not a conspiracy theorist. So something had to spark this.

Nick: You're right. And it's not something I just pulled out of thin air.

Paul: There's something you're not telling me, and I think it's a name, and it might be the first step to reopening this case. So tell me, nick. Who do you think did this?

Chloe: So, I had this dream last night, and I was getting married and I swear it was so vivid, I could smell the flowers. And I woke up this morning and I thought, "I don't want to wait another minute to start the next chapter of our lives," so... I told Kevin, I kissed him, and I told him I didn't want to wait, and he said, "okay, well, if you think that we can get it done, then let's do it!"

Esther: Uh, wait. Well, uh, tell the truth, sweetheart. She wanted to have it tonight.

Chelsea: What?!

Chloe: Yes. Guilty. I know, that was ridiculously demanding. But my mother is a certified miracle worker.

Esther: Right on both counts.

Chelsea: Well, as the mere mortal seamstress in charge of making this dress that you're going to be rocking, I'd say good call, Esther. That was well done.

Chloe: You know, and the other reason -- the sooner that we get married, the sooner that Kevin can start the adoption process with Bella, and just to think that she can start calling him "daddy"...

Chelsea: Chloe, that's really wonderful.

Chloe: But I am not getting married unless I can wear the beautiful gown that you designed for me, so... it's kind of up to you.

Chelsea: It's, yeah, no pressure or anything.

Chloe: I know! Surprise! And it's the kind of surprise that seems stressful and... and really not fun until, maybe, you've had a wonderful cup of coffee. And now maybe it seems like a good surprise, you know? Like the kind that makes life worth living.

Chelsea: Mm-hmm, kind of like the taste of this unbelievably delicious coffee. [Sighing] Oh, you... you know I'm in! [Laughter] Your wedding is going to be unbelievable, and you are going to spend every minute of it in the most stunning wedding dress, looking gorgeous, even if I have to stay up all night making it!

Chloe: Yay!

Esther: Oh!

Chloe: [Squeals]

Esther: [Sighs]

Kevin: Chloe is not dragging me into this. Remember how eager I was to propose?

Michael: Remember when I advised you to take your time? That, you forgot.

Kevin: No, I didn't. I appreciate that. I was just too excited to get started on this new life.

Michael: Yeah, the revised wedding date is a big tip-off. And you never told me whose idea it was...

Kevin: Chloe, for the record, but I signed on right away because less wedding planning, the better. This way, we get right to the honeymoon -- Tahiti, 14 days, one over-water bungalow, 5 million fish.

Michael: Okay, no more questions. Save the grilling for the fish. I am behind you 100%, you know that.

Kevin: Mm-hmm. And you believed in me way before I did. Back when I wouldn't have felt worthy of any of this.

Michael: I can see that's changed. And if Chloe helped with that, big points for her.

Kevin: She's a huge part of it. She believes me, she believes in us. She knows all my flaws and loves me anyway.

Michael: Devil's advocate. Attorney, big brother... lots of people would say that Chloe's flaws far outnumber your own.

Kevin: Well, they can say it to my face when I'm Chloe's husband.

Sharon: Uh, I'm sorry. Did -- did Kevin just say he's marrying Chloe?

Kevin: Yep! Tomorrow. Isn't it great?

Michael: Yay. [Chuckles]

Kevin: Sharon. Is there a problem?

Sharon: Uh, no. No. No, no, no. I'm just -- I'm very happy for you.

Sharon: Here! Let me give you a hug.

Michael: Hug it out! Yeah.

Victoria: I was hoping for better numbers from marketing. They've been over budget every quarter.

Cane: So you can't afford to create a job in that department, huh?

Victoria: Bottom line is, hiring Juliet will blow the budget, unfortunately.

Cane: Sorry to hear that.

Victoria: So am I. I really like her. Juliet has a very appealing vibe, and I know she'd be an asset. That report that you gave about the way she performed in Tokyo just confirmed it, but unfortunately, we can't handle this financial hit. [Sighs] Wait a minute. Aha!

Cane: What is it?

Victoria: [Chuckles] That's what it is. Finance and accounting has been running a budget surplus for the last three fiscals. So if I move a little money around... ...then I can make Juliet affordable. Just like that. Voilā! Now, you just have to make sure that she takes the job.

Lily: Okay, I'll see you next time. Wait, wait! Don't leave.

Juliet: I am wasting your time.

Lily: No, no, no. Wait, stop. Let me finish. I was gonna say that my impression of you is that you're a bright, driven, resourceful woman who deserved that job today.

Juliet: The job?

Lily: Yeah, the one that Cane said you lost out on.

Juliet: [Laughs] That's what he told you.

Lily: Yeah! What did you think he told me?

Juliet: I'm sorry, uh, lily. Jet lag is just setting in. I'm a bit of a wreck.

Lily: No, it's fine. And, look, if you need any help, just give me your info and I can keep you in the loop on brash & sassy!

Juliet: That's very sweet of you, but I can't impose.

Lily: No, you're not. Trust me.

Juliet: Well, as much as I love the company, I needed something permanent, like, yesterday.

Lily: Well, it seems to me like you're a very desirable applicant.

Juliet: Who can't get an executive-level position without management experience. But nobody wants to hire a freelancer to manage anything.

[Cell phone rings]

Lily: Uh, go ahead. Take it. Please.

Juliet: Hello?

Victoria: Juliet. Hi, it's Victoria Newman. Could you come back to the office?

Juliet: It's okay, Victoria. Cane explained. You're not hiring me.

Victoria: No, not for that position, but how would you feel if I found something else for you?

Chloe: "You are cordially invited to Kevin and Chloe's pop-up wedding!"

Chelsea: I love it.

Chloe: It's perfect!

Esther: Okay, Chloe, you know...

Chloe: Oh, right! Yes. Okay. Sorry. Um, flowers on the stairs. Stairs and flowers? Yes. I love it all. I love it.

Esther: Okay, good. I just hope I don't forget everything I just thought of.

Chelsea: Oh, no! Don't sweat it. I took notes.

Esther: Oh, Chelsea, you're a genius and an artist.

Chloe: An artistic genius.

Chelsea: Oh, stop.

Esther: [Laughs] Oh, gosh, this place is just gonna burst into life tomorrow. Fun and festive have been in short supply since we lost Mrs. C.

Chloe: Oh, look! Someone's RSVP'ing.

[Cell phone ringing]

Esther: Oh, gosh. The photographer. I'll be right back.

Chelsea: Okay, so, uh... I have to confess something.

Chloe: What?

Chelsea: The reason I'm not fully finished with your dress yet is because I actually took a little detour and I made one for Bella.

Chloe: What? No.

Chelsea: Yeah! Yeah. It's the cutest thing ever. It's so tiny, it's so pretty, and I'm just, like, picturing her with that little box, you know, with, like, rose petals?

Chloe: Mm-hmm.

Chelsea: Great, now I'm getting emotional. [Laughs] Oh, my goodness gracious.

Chloe: [Laughs]

Chelsea: Thank you. You, too?

Chloe: Yeah, I just can't help it.

Chelsea: Oh, gosh. [Sighs]

Chloe: Let's be honest. None of this would be happening if it weren't for you. You know, you're -- you're my guardian angel. You are. You -- you opened up your home and your business and your heart to Bella and me, and your capacity for forgiveness -- I am just in awe of it.

Chelsea: Everybody deserves a second chance.

Chloe: Oh, but it's so beyond that. I mean, the two of us and the time that we've spent these past few months, it has taught me more than ever about what it really means to be a friend, and... you just need to know that I would anything for you.

Chelsea: Okay, you really better knock it off, or we're gonna need a much bigger box of tissues.

Chloe: Well, that's too bad, okay, because I'm always gonna have your back, no matter what, no questions asked. I mean, the hell that I've been through... the fact that I could actually feel that about someone... it's more healing than you know. Honestly. It's changed my life. So thank you for being my best friend. I love you.

Chelsea: I love you, too.

Michael: So, Gloria knows nothing about your bumped-up nuptials.

Kevin: Well, you know, I have a list I was working down, and you're at the top.

Michael: Does this list even include that font of nurturing warmth we call our mother?

Kevin: It could if you would add it to your best man duties, which, come on, really just include taking care of the rings, right?

Michael: Oh, really. You seem to be forgetting my other rather important duty -- planning the bachelor party.

Kevin: That is a biggie.

Michael: Mm.

Kevin: Okay. Leave Gloria to me.

Michael: So, about these rings you mentioned... have you picked them out? 'Cause you better get on it.

Kevin: Well, I've narrowed it down to two, which I have on my phone. Chloe told me to decide, and I was hoping you could come with me to Fenmore's...

Michael: Where your best man just happens to have a platinum-level corporate discount?

Kevin: Exactly. You are the best best man. I'm also gonna need you to help me pick out something nice to wear to the wedding.

Michael: It's called a suit.

Kevin: Yeah, one of those. And I need swim trunks for Tahiti.

Michael: Sure.

Sharon: Hi, nick. This is Sharon. Call me as soon as you get this.

Paul: So, um... you never answered me, nick. Do you have a name?

Nick: If I don't have a name right now, I hope that means you won't dismiss what I'm telling you. There are some things about the way my brother died that night that don't sit right with me.

Paul: Well, I'm sure you get that if we reopen this investigation, there will be certain repercussions for Victor.

Nick: My father would want to know if Adam's death wasn't an accident.

Paul: So, I can infer from that that you don't suspect him?

Nick: Zero chance he was involved in that.

Paul: But someone else was, or so you believe. I also have a theory why you don't want to name them. You're worried about spooking this person if they find out they're a suspect. And you're also hoping that the GCPD can look into this very quietly without scaring suspect x into hiding.

Nick: It's been months, and I'm worried that your chances at proving something are slipping away. Look, please, can you just look into it? Don't turn your back on Adam. I know I can't.

Paul: You know, nick, I haven't forgotten about Adam, either, but I need something more -- physical evidence, something that'll hold up in court.

Nick: Yeah, I understand.

Paul: Short of that, maybe a confession of some kind. A statement that connects the person or persons to the crime.

Nick: A confession, like, on tape?

Paul: Mm. Anything I can work with would help.

Nick: Hmm. All right. Thanks.

Paul: Yeah. Listen, I appreciate your gratitude, but you might want to hold off on that a second. You know what we're up against.

Sharon: Come on, nick!

Kevin: Thanks. [Sighs] Thank you so much for everything, especially the rings! Chloe is going to freak when I put this on her finger. Let me buy you a coffee. Any size you want.

Michael: Oh, that sounds like a fair trade.

Kevin: I will pay you back, I swear.

Michael: Forget it. How many times does my little brother get married? Let me see. 3, 4... you know what? Never mind. As they say in the courtroom, "withdrawn."

Kevin: Ah! Amazing. The resort I was trying to book in Tahiti, somebody cancelled! We're in!

Michael: Well, that's great! How did you manage to get two weeks off on such short notice? The red tape of the GCPD and... [Gasps] Oh, you haven't even put in for it.

Kevin: I am dealing with a lot today.

Michael: Go talk to Paul now because even if Esther can make the chancellor pool like look French Polynesia, it is still Wisconsin in April.

Kevin: I'm going. Just do me a favor first. Well, one more favor.

Michael: [Sighs]

Kevin: I want to send Chloe a picture of the rings so that's one less thing for her to worry about.

Michael: How does that involve me?

Kevin: As a hand model. Hey, Sharon, will you come here for a sec? Okay. Just put Chloe's ring on your finger like so... great.

Michael: You know, as a child, when I imagined my life as a model, this wasn't it.

Kevin: Will you stop moving your hand? Perfect. And...sent! Thank you.

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Kevin: Thanks. [Sighs] So, what do you think? Of the ring!

Sharon: It's lovely.

Kevin: It is, isn't it? I got to go. Honeymoon awaits.

Sharon: I hope it's perfect.

Kevin: Thanks. It's gonna be.

Michael: Rings.

Kevin: Thank you. This, this, this. See ya.

Michael: Well, I hope it is.

Esther: Okay, girls. You've got your orders.

Chelsea: Yes, picking up some take-out, then going straight home to put the finishing touches on the dress.

Chloe: I'm gonna call the caterer and finalize the RSVPs.

Esther: Okay, and I'm gonna put a deposit with the photographer and then I'm gonna crack the whip over that florist.

Chloe: [Laughs] You guys are so amazing.

Chelsea: Nick doesn't even know any of this is happening. I have to call him on the way home.

Chloe: Oh, please do, and tell him I've never been happier!

Chelsea: Uh-huh.

Chloe: Oh, mom, uh, where is the caterer's number?

Esther: Oh, gosh. Oh, it's on that purple card over there on Chelsea's sketches.

Chloe: Yep. I got it.

Chelsea: Bye!

Chloe: Bye! [Chuckles]

[Cell phone vibrates]

Victoria: Oh, Juliet! Welcome. We know how much you wanted to be division manager, but I think we've come up with a solution that will please everyone. Isn't that right, Cane?

Cane: Yeah. Yeah, that's right.

Victoria: Uh, would you give us a few minutes?

Cane: Sure. It's good to see you again.

Victoria: So, please, have a seat. Have a seat. I'm gonna try to make this brief so that you can get off this roller coaster. After you left today, I told Cane that I agreed that you'd be a great asset to brash & sassy!

Juliet: Thank you.

Victoria: So we've been trying to think of a fit for your considerable skills. We need a great marketing person that can focus on our U.S. Teen demos and our men's line.

Juliet: I'm sorry. Just to be clear, this isn't a job in Japan?

Victoria: No, it would be right here in Genoa city working with our core team. You'd have to relocate.

Jordan: I'm so flattered.

Victoria: Are you flattered enough to take the job? Would moving back to the states be a problem for you?

Juliet: If you don't mind, I'd like to learn before labeling anything a problem.

Victoria: That's a really great answer. Look, I know it's not the role that you were hoping for, but I think it would be an excellent opportunity.

Juliet: Well, that's intriguing.

Victoria: Your title would be marketing executive and there would be unlimited room for advancement, especially if you perform in this position as dynamically as you did for Cane in Tokyo.

Juliet: Well, there is plenty of dynamic performance where that came from. Years worth.

Victoria: You see, this is why you are ideal to market this line.

Juliet: [Chuckles]

Victoria: So, I'm sure you have lots of questions.

Juliet: Just 300 or 400.

Victoria: Okay. Jump right in.

Juliet: Would I be working with Cane?

Victoria: Well, I'm guessing that it wouldn't be a deal-breaker, seeing how hand-in-glove you worked with Cane in Tokyo, plucking Sato-san off the tree.

Juliet: No. Not a deal-breaker at all.

Sharon: Nick! Call me back! [Sighs] Oh!

Chloe: I -- I didn't mean to scare you.

Sharon: Oh, my goodness. Thank you! What brings you by?

Chloe: Are we gonna lie to each other now?

Chloe: My wedding! Hello? You hand-modeled my ring! I have photographic proof.

Sharon: Oh. Yes! Yes! I'm sorry, you know, I've just -- I have been on my feet for seven hours, so I'm fried.

Chloe: [Chuckles]

Sharon: I'm happy for you, though, and for Kevin, too. Both of you. I mean, it's a little sudden, but, you know, obviously you know what you want, right?

Chloe: Well, what we both don't want is to wait. I'm sure that Kevin told you that.

Sharon: Yes, he said something like that. You know, it's funny. When you and Bella came back into town, could you ever have imagined that you'd be marrying Kevin so soon?

Chloe: Again? No. But, I mean, a lot has changed since then.

Sharon: Yes. That's true. A lot has.

Chloe: So, I -- I didn't come here to yank your chain. Are you coming to the wedding?

Chelsea: Nick!

Nick: Oh. Hey.

Chelsea: Hi! I was just about to call you. What are you doing here?

Nick: I had some errands to run. Thought I'd come in for a late lunch.

Chelsea: Mm.

Nick: You hungry?

Chelsea: I'm actually getting some take-out because I need to put the finishing touches on Chloe's wedding dress in a matter of hours.

Nick: Really? Why?

Chelsea: Because she and Kevin are getting married tomorrow and then jetting off to Tahiti for two weeks.

Nick: Why the sudden change of plans?

Chelsea: I don't know, I guess she couldn't wait an extra second, and Kevin couldn't, either.

Nick: Wow. Chloe must be bouncing off the walls.

Chelsea: Yeah. She's really excited. And it's nice to see. We also were able to have another really great talk. It was really raw and deep and emotional...

Nick: Another one?

Chelsea: Well, yeah. I mean, I talked to her about the phone records that put her near the cabin the night of the explosion.

Nick: You confronted her about that?

Chelsea: Yeah, I mean, I -- I couldn't make it seem like I wasn't aware of what the phone company told you. But, listen to me, I asked her point-blank and I looked Chloe directly in the eyes.

Nick: Obviously she had a good explanation.

Chelsea: She said it was a mistake, nick. She said she never left my building that night. Kevin, he would have said so, you know? He would have known that, and I believe her. We've had a lot of great alone time, and she's told me how important our friendship is, and I really believe her. I mean, it really moved me to tears. She's telling the truth. That girl would do anything for me. So -- [Sighs] It just feels good to have that stress relief off of my shoulders. I'm just bummed it took confronting her about it to truly understand that Chloe is my best friend. What are you doing? Do you still seriously have doubts about her? I thought you --

Nick: No. No. Look, you told her exactly how you feel.

Chelsea: Yeah.

Nick: You had your talk with her, and I think it's time I do the same.

Chelsea: You want to tell Chloe how you feel? Uh, can I get like a preview of how that conversation is gonna go, or...?

Nick: Look, I could say something, but I think a gesture would mean more, especially considering the occasion.

Chelsea: A gesture?

Nick: Yeah. So she's getting married tomorrow, which means the bachelorette party has to be tonight, right? And I would like to do that for her.

Chelsea: You want to throw Chloe a party?

Nick: Well, I mean, the throwing -- that's a little girly. You guys could kind of plan a casual outing, and I will provide the venue.

Chelsea: Really? We could use the underground?

Nick: Yeah, we'll get you a prime spot, you know, totally VIP., Bottle service...

Chelsea: That's actually really sweet. That's a really nice gesture, but I have to work on Chloe's dress tonight.

Nick: Sounds important. Maybe you shouldn't go.

Chelsea: Are you trying to talk me out of going now?

Nick: No. It's just -- the last thing I would want for you is to have any regrets, you know? You'd see Chloe walking down the aisle, maybe the dress isn't exactly perfect...

Chelsea: I don't have any regrets, and I'm not going to. I am going to this bachelorette party, thrown by the host of the year, and if I have to wake up early tomorrow to finish the dress, so be it.

Nick: You sure?

Chelsea: Yeah, I'm positive. I'm a really fast worker.

Nick: I have no doubt.

Chelsea: This really means a lot to me that you're doing this for Chloe. Thank you.

Nick: Well, you tell Chloe that she's welcome, and, uh... I hope this night is as unforgettable as her wedding.

Sharon: If you knew how packed my days and nights are -- between running this place and taking classes at GCU -- much harder than I thought it would be, and FYI, you can't flirt to get extra credit anymore. Apparently, it's a law suit or something, so... you know, so I don't think I'm gonna be able to get away.

Chloe: Yeah, it's -- it's okay. I get it. I mean, it's the downside of spontaneity. We'll miss you.

Sharon: Well, I'm sorry I can't make it, but I do wish you all the best.

Chloe: I mean, really? You just -- you don't really seem into it. I don't know, maybe you were more invested in Kevin and Mariah's relationship.

Sharon: No. No, but there is something else. There is something that has been eating away at me. Um, it was something you said the other day. Do you remember when we talked?

Chloe: Yeah. I remember telling you that I was totally psyched and happy about Kevin and me.

Sharon: Yeah, but you said something else, too. You said that you were worried about "blowing it" with Kevin. Your words. What made you say that?

Paul: The conclusion is death by misadventure, specifically a propane leak resulting in accidental ignition and total destruction of the property at 29 Lake Ephraim Road.

[Knocks on door]

Kevin: Hey, boss.

Paul: Hi, Kevin. Aren't you off today?

Kevin: Uh, I am, but I need to ask you a really big favor.

Paul: Oh, well, don't hold back.

Kevin: Well, as you know, I'm getting married. As you don't know, it's happening tomorrow.

Paul: Oh! Well, congratulations.

Kevin: Thanks.

Paul: So I guess you need another day off.

Kevin: 14 of them, actually. In a row. And I know I'm supposed to put in requests a week in advance...

Paul: Uh, 10 days, officially.

Kevin: Oh. Right. Well, Chloe and I had a sudden change of plans, and I really hate to ask, but if you could override deenie in hr and approve my vacation request, I would consider that the greatest wedding gift in the history of the world.

Paul: Well, normally, the way to get gifts is to invite people to the wedding.

Kevin: Check your e-mail! Chancellor house tomorrow, free food, no cover charge.

Paul: How could I come to that? I would have had to put in a request 10 days ago! I take these regulations very seriously. Unlike some people I know. [Laughs]

Kevin: [Sighs] That was cruel. Which I guess I deserve for springing this on you.

Paul: Relax, Kevin. You know something? I would not do this for anyone, but you have earned it.

Kevin: Thank you, Paul.

Paul: And I'm not gonna be the guy to stand between Chloe and her honeymoon.

Kevin: [Laughs] After the ceremony, we're grabbing our passports, luggage, minimal clothing, and heading to Tahiti. A getaway to paradise where no one can reach us, just like Chloe wanted.

Paul: So, tomorrow night, you're getting married, and then you're leaving the country.

Kevin: [Laughing] Yes.

Paul: My question is -- are you ever coming back?

Kevin: [Scoffs]

Cane: Where's Victoria?

Juliet: She ran off to a quick meeting. Hey, I don't know what you said to her, but it must have been magic. I mean, first, I don't have a job, and then you talked to her, and the next thing you know, I'm hired, so I can't thank you enough.

Cane: So you, uh -- you took the job, huh?

Juliet: Uh, not yet. Victoria wants me to think about it and call her back later.

Cane: Look, you know, um... I know that you love working in Tokyo, and I just don't know if you'll be happy if you, you know, relocate here for a marketing job, that's all.

Juliet: I was wrong. Creating that other position for me? That was -- that was all Victoria. You don't want me working here in the office, do you?

Cane: Nah, no, that's not true. I just -- you know, whatever you end up doing, I just want you to be happy, you know? I just think if you take this job here, you might get some buyer's remorse, that's it.

Juliet: Oh, is that what you have? Even though you can't fully remember the shopping spree?

Cane: [Chuckles] You realize if you do take this job, you'll end up with less autonomy, a lower title, and less money, right?

Juliet: And those can all improve. This is a way in, and Victoria said that there's plenty of potential for growth.

Cane: Okay.

Juliet: And who knows? Maybe in two years, I could be your boss.

Cane: Do you want to have some full disclosure here?

Juliet: Yeah.

Cane: It may be a little uncomfortable if you and I have to see each other every day, don't you think?

Juliet: Not for me. These things happen. We're adults. Can't we just agree that it was meaningless and move on, drama free? I'm fine with it, and it literally made no impression on you, so... whatever.

Cane: So...are you gonna take this job or not?

Juliet: Well, certainly not to cause any trouble for you. Or for lily. She's really nice. And I am, too.

Lily: Hi. Can I interrupt you for a second? Uh, Victoria and I grabbed coffee, and I have some interesting news.

Cane: Okay. Let's hear it.

Lily: Well, if Juliet accepts that job, Victoria wants her to work with me.

Cane: Why? I mean [Chuckles] Doing what?

Lily: Well, marketing, obviously, for the men's line or whatever else Victoria needs. So it looks like I'll be even more involved here. Which I'm sure Victoria and Juliet will have plenty of ideas on how to make that happen.

Cane: I'm glad you're excited.

Lily: I'm thrilled! I mean, to have my own point-person here? And I know I only met Juliet once, but I really liked her. I think her and I will be great friends.

Cane: You know, let's hold off on getting the matching tattoos. You know, she may not take the job, you know? 'Cause she may be aiming, you know, a little higher, I don't know, so...

Lily: Oh, well --

Victoria: Hey! That was Juliet.

Lily: Hi! Did she say yes?

Victoria: Yeah. Several times. She's as stoked as we are.

Lily: That's great! So when does she start?

Victoria: Right away. You know what, Cane, you were right. She's gonna be a huge asset.

Kevin: Maybe the old me would have considered becoming an expat in Tahiti, or trying it on for a month or two, but I take my job here very seriously, and if you don't think...

Paul: [Laughing] Kevin. Relax. I'm just giving you a bad time.

Kevin: Oh. Good. Thank you, for everything -- the job, the time off, helping me turn my life around. Try and come to the wedding, please.

Paul: Well, I'll be in court most of the day, but I promise you, I will be there in spirit. And I wish you and Chloe a great day and a great trip.

Kevin: Aside from you not being there, I think it's gonna be perfect.

Paul: [Chuckles] Congratulations.

Kevin: Thank you.

Chloe: Yeah, I -- I think I can explain what I meant when -- when I mentioned that I was afraid of blowing it with Kevin. I -- I'm glad that you're the one asking because I don't think that anyone else would get it.

Sharon: Why's that?

Chloe: Well, you and me, we've had similar struggles, and we've both been to darker places. We've fought really hard to get our life back. I don't know, don't you worry, even with all of the gratitude and counted blessings that it's gonna happen again?

Sharon: The thought creeps in now and then.

Chloe: Yeah, so I just always have that nagging thing in my mind. I have that little whisper, always wondering if I'm gonna mess things up, or... I don't know, sabotage the first good thing that comes around. It's this self-doubt that I think is just part of me now. So when I said that I was afraid of blowing it, I wasn't talking about that specifically. I just really hope that I don't.

Sharon: I hope that for you, too.

Chloe: You're a really good listener. Thank you. I've appreciated that so many times. I feel like I've said everything that I have to, and I'm really happy with where I'm at, and I hope that you could be happy for me, too.

Sharon: I want to be, Chloe. I really do.

Chelsea: Here is the list for tonight. I kept it very small and intimate so we don't drink you out of business.

Nick: Well, uh, before you send that text, you should call someone first.

Chelsea: What are you talking about? This is the whole recipients list.

Nick: Mm, maybe a certain bachelorette.

Chelsea: [Gasps] Oh! [Laughing] I forgot -- I forgot Chloe, the bride. Yeah, she doesn't even realize we are throwing this party in her honor.

[Cell phone ringing]

Chloe: Hey.

Chelsea: Do you have a minute for some astounding news?

Chloe: Astounding? Always.

Chelsea: Nick Newman just made you the sweetest offer a bride could possibly ask for. Okay. Yeah. You're gonna freak out. So, we want to throw you a bachelorette party tonight! [Giggles] I know. So it's gonna be a great group of us. It'll be Sharon and me and your mom...

Nick: Hey. It's me. I need you to meet me at the underground as soon as you can. I need your help.

Chelsea: No, it'll be so much fun.

Nick: Things have changed.

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

Gloria: This is going to be something a little less subtle. I need you seduce my son tonight.

Paul: Why, nick suddenly suspects that Adam's death wasn't an accident...

Chelsea: You are no longer our designated driver, and the second we exit that door, the party begins.

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