Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/25/17

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/25/17


Episode # 11156 ~ Kevin & Billy learn the truth about Bella's paternity; Scott busts Lauren on her matchmaking; Sharon dishes about her past with Tessa.

Provided By Suzanne

Lauren: [Sighs]

Scott: Hey.

Lauren: Hey. [Sighs] [Breathlessly] It's such a gorgeous day out. You should get some fresh air.

Scott: You know, I was just thinking about going out for a walk.

Lauren: Yeah? Well, listen, if I'm disturbing you with work, I'm -- I'm sorry.

Scott: Nope. I just wish I could get paid for staring at a blank screen.

Lauren: Is everything okay?

Scott: Never better. Uh, well, I mean, there's something that I -- never mind.

Lauren: What? Tell me.

Scott: You know, I've just been feeling kind of lonely. I was hoping you could set me up with one of your, uh, your girlfriends.

Lauren: [Sighs] Phyllis told you?

Scott: She did. It's good to know you think your son's so, uh, desperate he can't find his own dates.

Paul: I am convinced that Chloe will eventually contact Billy or Kevin to find out how Bella's doing.

Billy: Well, don't forget the guy behind door number three, who could be anywhere between here and California blissfully unaware that he's being manipulated by a psychopath.

Kevin: Is there a holding cell we can put him in?

Billy: No, that's reserved for your runaway bride, my friend.

Kevin: Your insults? They don't help. We know how you feel about Chloe! You never treated her right!

Billy: Oh, really? And you think she treated me well, Kevin? First of all, she passed off Delia as Cane's! Then years later she steals my personal property to knock herself up! If it wasn't for the letter, I would never know that Bella could be my daughter! I mean, those are just the highlights! You want me to keep going?!

Paul: Back to your corners. Seriously.

Michael: Walk. Get some air.

Billy: Why doesn't Kevin take a walk? I think he's the one that needs a little perspective. I mean, come on, man. How are you not as mad as I am? You're sitting here defending a murderer!

Sharon: Hello.

Tessa: Hi.

Sharon: Is Nikki here?

Tessa: Oh, she's at some lunch thing.

Sharon: I'm Sharon. Um, you -- you look familiar.

Tessa: You own crimson lights, right?

Sharon: I do.

Tessa: Ah. That's probably why you recognize me. You chased me off a couple times 'cause I was singing on the sidewalk there.

Sharon: Oh. Well, we do have a firm policy --

Tessa: I'm yanking your chain. My usual's an herbal tea with lemon.

Sharon: But you do sing, don't you?

Tessa: Every chance I get. Today I'm singing the better days gala blues.

Sharon: Hmm. That's actually why I'm here. Nikki asked me to work on the seating chart, so I guess I can just leave this with you.

Tessa: [Sighs] As long as they're not spreadsheets. I've seen enough of those to last a lifetime.

Sharon: Well, then you might want to open those later, 'cause they're --

Tessa: Spreadsheets. Great.

Sharon: Finding it all a little overwhelming?

Tessa: A little overwhelming, yeah. You could say that. I mean, all of this, it's like living on another planet.

Ravi: If Victor put Abby in charge of the company, how could she be in over her head? By my calculations, her father has given her the ultimate seal of approval.

Ashley: Well, I think it has less to do with Newman and more to do with her losing her father's trust.

Ravi: Abby's your daughter. I'm sure she'll be able to handle it. After all, she inherited your brains. And your beauty.

Ashley: Well, I'm -- I'm afraid she's also inherited her father's penchant for making a mess of things. I just hope that if she has, she can clean it up before Victor finds out.

Jack: I'll get us a table.

Abby: No, let's just sit at the bar. This isn't gonna take long.

Jack: Abby, what is going on?

Abby: I'm busy, uncle Jack. Acting C.E.O. of Newman.

Jack: Yes, a multinational conglomerate that has a real estate division, and now you are trying to unload a warehouse on your own? Why?

Abby: It's a project that I started before my dad put me in charge. And now I just want to get rid of it before things get too hectic.

Jack: From what I was able to pry out of Farrah, you've not only hired a contractor. You're days away from starting a renovation. That sounds like somebody that's about to launch something, not somebody who's wrapping something up.

Abby: I changed my mind. Haven't you ever decided that something wasn't working for you? It's -- it's really not that big of a deal. If you want the warehouse, it's yours. If not, fine. Just tell me right now so I can look for another buyer.

Jack: Okay, okay, okay. I'll take it off your hands. But I'm not signing anything until you tell me exactly what's really going on.

Abby: [Sighs]

Zoey: How about this one?

Reed: No, it's cheesy.

Zoey: Indie weeper?

Reed: Pass.

Zoey: Oh! Can we see this one? Please? It has this amazing scene on it, and it's on a dock. It's raining. They kiss. [Chuckles]

Reed: No. Nah, it -- [Chuckles] It wasn't that good.

Zoey: You saw it without me?

Reed: Uh --

Kendall: What's up, guys?

Zoey: Uh, reed and I were just deciding what movie to see this weekend. What's up with you?

Kendall: N-nothing.

Zoey: You look weird.

Kendall: Oh, well, something

did happen. On my way over here. Some jerk cut me off when he was on his phone. Totally had to swerve and slam on the brakes.

Zoey: Sounds like you need a triple cappuccino after all that drama.

Kendall: Right? I didn't see the reed-mobile in the parking lot.

Zoey: Witch mama didn't change her mind about letting you keep it?

Reed: No, she didn't. I'm cruising around in the mom-mobile today.

Kendall: Oh, my God. Is it a mini van?

Reed: No, it's actually not that bad.

Zoey: Did you have to bribe her to take it, or what?

Reed: Well, I actually did catch her in, uh, kind of a situation.

Zoey: Gross! [Laughs]

Reed: No! Not that. She and her coworker got wasted last night. So this morning, I started jamming and really cranked it up, and, uh, didn't take long for her to throw me the keys and tell me to leave.

Zoey: Sounds like you need to get her drunk every night.

[Both laugh]

Reed: I'm gonna have to split soon.

Zoey: No. Stay.

Reed: I wish I could, but I don't want to be late for my lesson. All right, how about I get one more round of coffees, and then I'll go?

Zoey: Okay.

Reed: All right. Be right back.

Zoey: I need a favor.

Kendall: Name it.

Zoey: I want to be alone with reed, so you should, like, bounce. Like, now.

Kendall: What about my coffee?

Zoey: I'll buy you like five more. Come on. I would do it for you.

Kendall: Sure. When reed gets back, I'm outtie.

Zoey: You're the best.

Ravi: Victor has a reputation for being ruthless, but to his own children?

Ashley: Oh, yeah. If you don't bend to his will or sometimes you might disappoint him, he'll treat you just like any other employee or business rival. Probably worse, actually, because you're family and you should know better.

Ravi: Who would want to live and work in an environment like that?

Ashley: I did. Twice.

Ravi: That still blows my mind that you were married to Victor Newman.

Ashley: [Chuckles] Yeah, mine, too, sometimes. See, I thought I could change him with my love.

Ravi: But it didn't?

Ashley: No. It's basically Victor's world, and you just choose to live in it or not. My fear is that Abby is immersing herself in it completely.

Ravi: Could be detrimental to her happiness.

Ashley: She's just really insecure, you know, right now. She keeps comparing herself to her sister Victoria. I think she's trying so hard to impress her father, and I want to be there for her. She will not let me in.

Ravi: What if I talked to her?

Ashley: That's really sweet, but I don't think --

Ravi: Abby and I have a shared, you know, experience. I can relate to what she's going through. Plus it might help to open up to someone her own age. No. No, no, no. I'm so sorry. I am so -- that -- oh, my gosh. That did not come out the way I meant.

Jack: I'm worried about you, not your company. You're obviously upset.

Abby: I appreciate that, uncle Jack. I really do. But I'm fine. I just need to sell the warehouse and get on with my day.

Jack: Okay, fine. Let's get down to business.

Abby: Everything checks out -- plumbing, roof, foundation. It's a great spot. Just not the right fit for Newman.

Jack: Are we talking about the property or the project it was going to house?

Abby: [Sighs] The project. I wanted to rent out office space to tech start-ups. Newman makes the initial investment, and then we get a percentage of their profits.

Jack: That sounds like a great idea. All you need is one company to hit it big. The profits could be huge.

Abby: Yes, thank you. I tried to tell that to my dad and Victoria.

Jack: But sometimes none of them hit, and then you lose your shirt.

Abby: Yeah, but any investment has a risk. If you're really passionate about something, shouldn't you pursue it?

Jack: Following my business instincts have rarely led me down a path I didn't want to go. And they've made me a lot of money. Fenmore's is an example.

Abby: And my mom wasn't thrilled about that, was she?

Jack: No, she wasn't. We disagreed a lot.

Abby: But you were right.

Jack: And I tell her that every single day. Is this about your mom? Is she the one that talked you into backing out of this?

Abby: Not in so many words.

Jack: Why don't you tell me what words she did use?

Abby: She gave me some advice, or I thought she did, and I guess I took it too literally, and now I have this warehouse, and I need to sell it before my dad finds out.

Jack: Finds out that you used Newman funds to buy it behind his back.

Kevin: I wasn't defending Chloe.

Billy: You should look up the definition of "defending," Kevin.

Kevin: What I'm trying to say is that this is not as black and white as you're making it out to be. Chloe's not some evil mastermind.

Billy: Oh, really?

Kevin: No! She's sick! She needs help! Anyone who could do what she did to Adam then turn around and be friends with Chelsea is not normal.

Billy: Well, there we go. We agree on something.

Kevin: It's someone who's trying desperately hard to be normal. That's why she wanted to get married. She wanted a husband, a house, a family so that people would accept her!

Billy: So what are you, then? Are you just a prop in this situation? I mean, is that what Bella is? Do we even know if Bella is Chloe's daughter?!

Kevin: There is no doubt in my mind that Chloe is Bella's mom! And I get that you're angry, okay?! I am, too! But we can't forget that there is a little girl at the center of all this, and she is what matters now! And kids are smart! They pick up on stuff, especially when people are angry! So if she is yours, you better pull it together, because I'm not gonna let her see you like this! Chloe left Bella behind because she had to. And now she's trying to do right by her. These letters were an act of love. She's not trying to stick it to you one last time.

[Cell phone rings]

Billy: Hi.

Phyllis: Any news?

Billy: Nothing.

Phyllis: I am so sorry you got caught up in Chloe's game.

Billy: Not exactly the right word. It's A...complicated situation.

Tessa: So, you're faith's mom and Noah's.

Sharon: And Mariah's.

Tessa: Ah, so many Newmans in one town. How do you keep it all straight?

Sharon: Like you said, sometimes it's like a different planet.

Tessa: Well, it seems like you've gotten used to it.

Sharon: The first time nick brought me here, I was so nervous. I came from nothing, so to be surrounded by all this... well, you know what I'm talking about.

Tessa: Is it that obvious?

Sharon: Oh, no! I didn't mean to offend you!

Tessa: It's true. I don't fit in here. I've had kind of a rough life, but they say it builds character, so...

Sharon: Makes you stronger.

Tessa: And gives you some kick-ass lyrics. Makes me feel bad for the kids who get everything handed to them, like cars and guitars. Never have the life experiences that we've had.

Sharon: That's true. A lot of wealthy families do spoil their children. But the Newman kids, they don't have that sense of entitlement. They were raised to understand that success has to be earned. Nikki and Victor get the credit for that. They both came from nothing. You could learn a lot from them. I have.

Tessa: Sounds like you admire them a lot.

Sharon: I...respect them.

Tessa: [Chuckles]

Sharon: Nikki and I haven't always been friendly, but right now, we're getting along better than we have in a long time. And looks like you must have really impressed her.

Tessa: [Sighs] Well, I think I remind her of her wilder days, before spreadsheets and galas, when it was about music and performing. Nikki told me about the dancing at the bayou. Yeah.

Sharon: Oh!

Tessa: [Laughing] Yeah.

Sharon: Oh, right. Yes. Yeah. She, uh, she always liked attention. She couldn't get enough of it.

Tessa: Ah.

Sharon: That's why she hosts these events, I guess. It keeps her in the spotlight.

Tessa: I mean, that's cool. I mean, why should she stop doing what she loves just 'cause she married a rich dude?

Sharon: Just a warning. You never want to get on the wrong side of that rich dude.

Reed: All right. Let us caffeinate.

Kendall: Thanks, reed. I'm gonna take mine to go. You two have fun.

Zoey: [Laughs]

Reed: You know, I got to split soon.

Zoey: You don't mind being a little late, do you?

Reed: Not for you.

Zoey: [Chuckles]

Scott: Phyllis is your best friend and business partner.

Lauren: I know. I know.

Scott: Your reading on your creepy meter should have been off the charts.

Lauren: You know what? In my defense, the word "date" never came up, okay? I just thought it'd be nice if you just could hang out with someone as friends.

Scott: So now my mommy's setting up my friendships, too, huh? I don't know which one's worse.

Lauren: I just wanted...

Scott: To keep me in town so I'd get to know some people and like it here and not take off on an assignment.

Lauren: Can you blame me for trying?

Scott: I think I can.

Lauren: Lesson learned. Won't fix you up with any more of my friends.

Scott: Look, Phyllis is gorgeous. It's just a little too close to home for my taste.

Lauren: Okay. So... anything else going on in your life besides working on Victor's book?

Scott: Subtle. And yeah, I might have met somebody.

Lauren: Really? What's her name?

Scott: No, no. You don't get to ask questions anymore, not after that Phyllis debacle. And it's too early to tell if it's gonna go anywhere. But I don't want you going downtown and, uh, putting any ideas in her head.

Lauren: Oh, come on! Give me something!

Scott: How about a kiss on the cheek?

Lauren: [Chuckles] Okay. I'll take it.

Scott: I'll see you.

Lauren: Bye.

Scott: Bye.

Billy: Will you stop squeezing that thing, please?

Kevin: No. Hey! Give me --

Billy: You're driving me nuts, Kevin.

Kevin: Don't.

Michael: I'm done playing referee, boys.

Kevin: [Sighs]

Billy: Where's Paul?

Michael: He's taking care of official police business. In addition to a fugitive on the loose, he does have a whole department to run.

Billy: Well, he should be lighting a fire under them.

[Door opens]

Paul: Okay. The results.

Kevin: Did you --

Paul: No. I haven't looked. I have no idea who the father is.

Ashley: Please send those to me right away. No, I think e-mail's fine. Thanks so much.

Ravi: Ashley, I did not mean to insinuate that you are too old to understand the plight of millennials. I just --

Ashley: Okay, Ravi, stop talking.

Ravi: Yeah, I just need to stop talking.

Ashley: It's okay, because I know you didn't mean any offense, all right? I get it. So what is this shared experience you have in common with my daughter?

Ravi: My parents. They had high expectations for me, as well.

Ashley: Of course. NASA and medical school.

Ravi: That's right. So when I chose my own path, you know, they were disappointed, but they never stopped loving me, a message that I would think would be beneficial for Abby to receive from someone who's lived through it.

Ashley: And look at you. You flourished.

Ravi: [Scoffs]

Ashley: It's true. JabotGo, Fenmore's virtual dressing room would not be as successful without you.

Ravi: That's not true. You could have hired any qual--

Ashley: Just take the compliment, Ravi, please.

Ravi: Okay, thank you. And my parents actually, uh, were using the app and were impressed.

Ashley: Really?

Ravi: Yeah. I think they're coming around to accepting my chosen profession.

Ashley: Wow. I still think, though, they'd probably break out in a happy dance if you quit working here and enrolled in medical school.

Ravi: Oh, definitely. That's not happening, not when things are going so well. I should find Abby.

Ashley: Okay.

[Door closes]

Abby: I had my dad authorize the funds. But he didn't know what he was signing. I tucked the document among a bunch of requisition requests, and then I opened an LLC to buy the warehouse. But now that dad's put me in charge, I'm afraid that he's gonna take it all away from me when he finds out. Say something.

Jack: I'm...impressed.

Abby: What?

Jack: You outmaneuvered the mustache. I knew you had more Abbott blood in you than Newman.

Abby: Uncle Jack, this isn't funny. When my dad finds out --

Jack: Newman enterprises has tons of properties in hundreds of countries. You could have held on to this company, and Victor would never have noticed, particularly now that he's stepping back from the day-to-day operations.

Abby: No, nothing happens at Newman without my dad finding out eventually.

Jack: Well, this time it will, because I'm gonna help you cover your tracks.

Abby: Thank you.

Jack: On one condition.

Abby: Name it.

Jack: You make me a partner. I want in on this tech incubator.

Abby: I don't know, uncle Jack. If my dad finds out I'm working with you, it could be way worse than finding out I went behind his back.

[Doorbell ringing]

Phyllis: Okay, okay! I'm coming! I'm coming, I'm coming, I'm coming! Hey. I'm taking it that, uh, the test results are in.

Lauren: Kevin. What's going on? You guys look shell-shocked.

Michael: We received some unexpected news from Chloe. She sent a letter to Kevin.

Lauren: She contacted you? What did it say?

Kevin: Uh, it said that I could be Bella's father.

Lauren: But you took a DNA test. It proved you weren't the father.

Kevin: I took another one today at the police station.

Lauren: And?

Kevin: It proved that I am Bella's father. She's my daughter.

[Guitar strumming]

Reed: Here. Try her out.

Tessa: Ah! Oh. Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah. This is nice. All right.

[Guitar strumming]

Tessa: Ooh. Oh, dude, your mom rocks.

Reed: I know. At least she let me keep one good present.

Tessa: Oh, the last time I held a guitar like this was in a guitar store. The salesman kept giving me evil looks.

Reed: Well, one day soon you'll be able to go back in there and tell that loser you're so famous that companies give you guitars for free.

Tessa: Yeah, wouldn't that be nice? Ohh! Okay, let's get started.

Reed: All right.

[Cell phone chimes] One sec. Oh. Um...

Tessa: What? You lose something?

Reed: Yeah, um, Kendall just texted me and told me she found my wallet at the coffee shop, and I guess she's right. It's not in here. Um... weird. Oh, if mom finds out I was driving without my license, my life will be totally over. Um, I'm gonna have her drop it off here.

Scott: Permission to approach the counter.

Sharon: Permission granted.

Scott: Just so you know, I am honoring our agreement to take things slow, but as you know, I do have a wicked sweet tooth. And you have the best pastries in town.

Sharon: Thank you.

Scott: So, I'll take two.

Sharon: Wow. Someone skipped lunch.

Scott: I was hoping you could take a break and join me. Just a couple people taking it slow and having a chat over some sugary treats.

Sharon: Hmm. Wait a minute. This is a trap, isn't it? You already told me all about how you use chocolate to get people to open up.

Scott: I did?

Sharon: Yes, you did. And it's not gonna work because I already told you everything about my husband leaving town.

Scott: Yeah, well, I bet you got some other stories to tell.

Sharon: Um, none that I'm proud of.

Scott: I can relate.

Sharon: Really? Start talking.

Scott: You first.

Sharon: I guess we have a standoff.

Scott: I bet you crack first.

Sharon: You really think so?

Scott: I know, 'cause I could stand here all day looking into those eyes.

Phyllis: Kevin's a dad.

Billy: Yep.

Phyllis: You're not. At least not to Bella.

Billy: Nope.

Phyllis: Is this good news or bad news?

Billy: Everything is just so twisted right now.

Phyllis: Is there a part of you that was hoping she was your daughter?

Kevin: Esther's on her way with Bella.

Michael: Hmm. You ready for this?

Kevin: Yeah. No, I... I don't know. I know that I have to put everything that's happened in the past few weeks with Chloe out of my mind and focus on what matters now -- that little girl. Bella's my daughter. My biological daughter. I'm a single father. I have to raise a child by myself.

Lauren: No, you don't, sweetie. We will be there every step of the way. Whatever you need.

Kevin: I will take as much from you guys as you're willing to give, but there's only so much you can do. The big stuff, the important life lessons, that's all on me. Just me. What if I damage her? What if I damage her the way tom damaged me?

Michael: What? Hold -- look at me. Look at me, Kevin. You're nothing like him. Nothing. He wasn't capable of love. He was only capable of hate and abuse. But you -- you -- you've loved and adored that child way before you knew about the results of any test. Your first thought was to protect her, to make sure that she was gonna be taken care of. You put her happiness before yours. That is what parenting is all about.

Lauren: And you helped raise Delia. You're not new to this fatherhood thing. And as for being a single parent, there are a lot of single parents in this world. I was a single parent. We all figured it out. I promise you, you will, too.

Kevin: You think so?

Michael: You just have to believe in yourself. We do. [Laughs] Hmm.

Billy: If I found out that Bella was my daughter, I would have done everything I could for her. But I have to admit I'm relieved. When Delia died, Chloe tried to just -- she wanted to just try and replace her. I told her that was impossible, that Delia was irreplaceable. But obviously she tried anyway.

Phyllis: That would have been so hard to forget, trying to raise Bella.

Billy: I would have tried to be a good dad, but it would have been a constant reminder about what I lost.

Phyllis: You are a great father. That's one of the best things you do.

Billy: It looks like something went right this time. Bella and Kevin will be together with the daughter that Kevin always wanted. It's the best thing for her. Best thing for me.

Phyllis: Come here.

Esther: You -- you're Bella's father?

Kevin: Mm-hmm. The DNA test was conclusive.

Esther: That's wonderful news, Kevin. Oh, that means you're her aunt and uncle. Oh, and she has cousins!

Michael: [Laughs] Don't forget Grandma Gloria.

Lauren: Oh, yeah, we can't forget her. I'm sure she's gonna want a hug later.

Michael: Yes, she will.

Esther: Oh, yeah. Right. You know, um, when Kate -- uh, Chloe grew up not knowing her father, I felt really guilty about that. So I'm wondering if that's the reason why Chloe sent those letters -- so that her daughter would grow up surrounded in love.

Kevin: Well, you know how much she loved Bella. She wanted to give her the world.

Esther: I know that you will take really good care of her.

Kevin: Yeah, um... this doesn't mean you're off the hook. I'm gonna make sure that Bella gets plenty of time with grandma Esther.

Esther: Oh, Kevin, I was really hoping you would say that. Oh, and if you want, you and Bella can -- can stay in the chancellor mansion, that way we'll all be together, and I can help out whenever you need me to.

Kevin: Wow. That's quite an offer. And, you know, maybe we'll see about what's best. But, um, first... I need to tell Bella she's my daughter.

[Doorbell rings]

Reed: I'll get it. Hey.

Kendall: Here you go.

Reed: Thank you. You're amazing.

Kendall: No prob. Wouldn't want you to get in trouble.

Reed: [Chuckles] Um... do you want to come in?

Kendall: Tessa, right?

Tessa: Yep.

Reed: So, I've been thinking about it. Where was it? I mean, I don't know how I lost it.

Kendall: On the floor near your backpack. Maybe it fell out.

Reed: Hmm. I guess so.

Kendall: Sorry for interrupting your session. Wow. Nice.

Tessa: You play?

Kendall: No. Just a big fan of Reed's.

Tessa: I bet.

Reed: Kendall's uncle is in the music biz, and she sent him the video of me playing at the open mic.

Kendall: I'm just waiting to hear back.

Tessa: Wow. Found his wallet, the music hookup? You're like reed's guardian angel.

Kendall: I better go.

Reed: All right. Um, you know, Kendall, hang on. I really want to thank you. I mean, you really saved my butt.

Jack: Victor will never know we're working together.

Abby: But the whole point of the venture was to prove to my dad and Victoria that my idea had merit and to be profitable for Newman.

Jack: So, once you make money, you tell them about it. And they'll have to admit that they underestimated you. Won't that be a fun day?

Abby: What's in it for you?

Jack: A chance to work with my niece and make a whole lot of money. What's wrong with that?

Abby: There's nothing wrong with that at all. [Laughs]

Abby: I've accepted jack's offer to buy the warehouse. Yes, can you get the paperwork to me by the end of the day? Great. Thank you, Farrah. Ravi! Hi!

Ravi: Hey, Abby. All's looking well in your world. More than well, actually.

Abby: You seem surprised. Ah, you've been talking to my mom about me, haven't you?

Ravi: She might have mentioned that she was concerned.

Abby: And she sent you here to check up on me.

Ravi: Actually, I volunteered.

Abby: Well, thank you. I appreciate that.

Ravi: I actually have a topic of conversation I wanted to engage in that --

Abby: You know what? Um, we're gonna have to save that for another day. I have got to get to the office.

Ravi: Um, what should I tell your mom?

Abby: You should tell my mom that I'm fine. Better than fine, actually. Bye.

Ravi: Uh, bye.

Sharon: Let's call it a tie.

Scott: And I guess we'll have a tiebreaker at some point.

Sharon: You're on. I better get back to work.

Scott: Well, thanks for sharing.

Sharon: I didn't tell you anything.

Scott: I meant the dessert.

Sharon: [Sighs] Why me?

Scott: I'm sorry?

Sharon: I come with all kinds of baggage -- marriage, marriages, kids, and all the things I said I didn't want to talk about.

Scott: You think I can do better?

Sharon: Probably.

Scott: You're smart, you're funny, you're attractive. And those are just a few things that popped into my head. Just give me a few minutes and I can come up with a well-written list for you.

Sharon: Oh, there can't be that many things.

Scott: You're wrong. And I wish you'd just stop putting yourself down.

Sharon: It's been a rough couple of years.

Scott: Then that makes us have a lot in common.

Sharon: You really want to see if there's something between us?

Scott: I really truly do.

Kevin: Hey, so remember how mommy used to leave us gifts around the house, even if it wasn't Christmas or our birthdays? Well, she left us another one. And this one is a big one. [Sighs] So, do you remember when we talked about you being my "born in my heart" daughter because I was gonna adopt you?

Bella: Yeah.

Kevin: Mm-hmm. Well, mommy told me that you're my real-life daughter. Mm-hmm. And that means that you get to live with me now.

Bella: Yeah.

Kevin: Mm-hmm. And I get to make you breakfast in the mornings and tuck you in at night and do all the fun daddy-and-daughter things during the day. That is a pretty cool gift, huh? Are you happy about that?

Bella: Yeah.

Kevin: Good. Me, too. I promise you that I am always going to love you and take care of you, and I will always, always be here for you. And I am so glad that you are truly my little girl. Come here. Okay, let's get up. [Groans] Okay. Can I have a hug?

Billy: You've been extremely understanding and supportive.

Phyllis: That surprises you?

Billy: No. Well, maybe a little bit. I could have used you down at the station. You would have been a calming presence. [Sighs]

Phyllis: Well, that would have been an interesting coming-out party for us.

Billy: [Chuckles] Yeah, no kidding. Would have made things easier.

Phyllis: You are the only man I have ever been with who thinks I make things easier.

Billy: You've been with the wrong men. Until now.

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

Hilary: Good morning, gentlemen. See you in court.

Phyllis: You're guessing right. There is someone.

Jack: Anyone I know?

Victoria: I just get the feeling that you want to talk. I'm here to listen.

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