Y&R Transcript Monday 5/15/06 -- Canada; Tuesday 5/16/06
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Sharon: What are you doing here?
Nick: I'm trying to get this zipper unstuck.
Sharon: No, I mean, what are you doing here?
Nick: In my parent's house?
Sharon: You're not backing out of our agreement, are you?
Nick: What agreement?
Sharon: Nick, you said that you were gonna move away from the ranch. If you think you can just move up here, that's not gonna work for me.
Nick: Sharon, Sharon, take it easy. If you're talking about the suitcase, it's because I'm getting some of my stuff out of storage.
Nick: Miguel's coming down to our place later to box up the rest of my things and send 'em to me at the club. If you're okay with that.
Sharon: That's fine.
Nick: Now I can't take everything... so if you want me to get a storage unit, I will.
Sharon: No, that won't be necessary.
Nick: Okay. You know where to reach me?
Sharon: Newman executive suite.
Nick: You'll be okay?
Sharon: We'll be fine. Something else on your mind?
Nick: I'm wondering if we shouldn't talk to Noah today-- tell him I'm officially moving out.
Sharon: Well, there's never gonna be a good time for that. But I suppose it has to be done.
Nick: Are you positive you want me to leave?
Phyllis: Aye-yi-yi. Hey.
Phyllis: Uh, I just got this for Lauren. Mothers need all the help they can get.
Daniel: I guess.
Phyllis: Yeah. So, um, would you like to share an elevator?
Daniel: No, thanks, I got some stuff I gotta finish up here.
Phyllis: Oh. Yeah, I was helping Nikki with N.V.P.
Daniel: I heard about her accident. How's she doing?
Phyllis: Um, moving slow, from what I hear.
Daniel: Well, I should probably get moving, too--fast.
Phyllis: Hey... are you okay?
Daniel: Yeah, sure.
Phyllis: Yeah? I just sense that something's bothering you.
Daniel: Well, I actually was thinking about calling you.
Daniel: Itís... it's kinda private.
Phyllis: Are you afraid I'm gonna blab to people?
Daniel: No. I'm afraid you might take it wrong.
Michael: That's a rather harsh condition, don't you think, Mr. Gibson?
Kay: And we have already agreed to remove Mr. Abbott from having anything more to do with Jabot Cosmetics.
Michael: We realize you have legitimate grievances--
Kay: I have personal issues with this man, but, uh, they're personal.
Michael: We've already taken drastic steps to deal with those issues.
Kay: And what I question... what I question is the need for further discipline.
Mr. Gibson: Alana, maybe you should explain my position.
Alana: My client feels that there is a close connection between Jabot and Chancellor Industries. And as C.E.O. of Chancellor, as well as the son of the founder of Jabot, Jack Abbott can easily continue to wield his influence here.
Mr. Gibson: The way to prevent that is to take him out of the picture altogether.
Alana: If you agree, I am certain that we can reach a settlement.
Mr. Gibson: What do you say, Mrs. Chancellor? It's your move.
Mac: Here you go.
Kevin: What's this?
Mac: Power of attorney. Signed and notarized. Crimson Lights is now officially in your capable hands.
Kevin: Until you get back.
Mac: Whenever that might be.
Kevin: Thank you.
Mac: I wish you could be happy for me, Kevin.
Kevin: Look, Mac, I've accepted what you're doing. I'm not busting your chops about it. So don't tell me how I should be feeling, okay? I'll go put this in the office.
Colleen: So... where's my present, Mr. Hellstrom?
Colleen: Yeah, for going to my dad's wedding and not causing a scene.
J.T.: Oh, you think you deserve a present for that?
Colleen: Well, instead, you've been avoiding me.
J.T.: I've been busy.
Colleen: Doing what? Chasing girls? Drag racing that car of yours?
J.T.: I've been working, Colleen.
Colleen: Hey, I was just kidding.
Jill: Moving day, huh?
Jack: If you're here to gloat, save it. I'm not in the mood.
Jill: Oh, get over yourself. You have plenty to be grateful for.
Jack: Oh, really? Like what?
Jill: Well, for one thing, the crisis this company has been facing may finally be over.
Jack: Is this the beginning of a long speech about the light at the end of the tunnel?
Jill: No, Jack, no platitudes. I just came in here to remind you of the facts.
Jack: I'll tell you the facts. The facts are-- I'm out on the street! I've been banned from my own company.
Jill: Well, here's another fact for you, you are still C.E.O. of Chancellor Industries. Now if you wanna wallow in self-pity, so be it. But the way I see it, you don't have a whole lot to complain about.
Kay: Mr. Gibson, I assure you, any decisions affecting Jabot will be made by Jill Abbott. Jack will have no say whatsoever
Alana: The only assurance that will satisfy my client is if his condition is met. Abbott must go.
Michael: So you wanna punish Jack Abbott personally?
Mr. Gibson: No, I'm seeking justice.
Mr. Gibson: You've heard my terms, Mrs. Chancellor. They're not negotiable.
Kay: I'll have to, uh, consult with my colleagues about this.
Mr. Gibson: Of course.
Michael: We'll get back to you as soon as possible.
Mr. Gibson: Do that. Alana, should we go?
Alana: Good-bye, Mrs. Chancellor. Counselor.
Michael: That was fun.
Kay: Not particularly.
Michael: Do you want me to call Jack in?
Jack: You know what? You are absolutely right. My life is just rainbows and sunshine. Why didn't I realize that?
Jill: Look, I get that you're aggravated, okay?
Jack: Oh, you bet I'm aggravated.
Jill: I know how much Jabot means to you, Jack.
Jack: I'm not sure you do. I practically grew up here. I have devoted most of my adult life to this business.
Jill: And it's really hard for you to be told you can't have anything to do with it.
Jack: I wish I'd never heard the name "Andrew Gibson."
Jill: So do we all, all right? This boycott has us in a panic.
Jack: Listen to me. We are giving Andrew Gibson much too much power.
Jill: This doesn't necessarily mean that you're gonna be shut out forever.
Jack: Oh, well, that makes me feel just great. I have something to look forward to in my old age. (Cell phone ringing)
Kay: Jill, need to see you in the board room right away.
Jill: Why? What's up?
Kay: Um, I'll fill you in later when you get here.
Jill: Be right there.
Jack: Oh, don't tell me we have another catastrophe to deal with.
Jill: Well, I don't know. Katherine wants to see me A.S.A.P. and it doesn't usually bode well.
Jack: Well, I guess I don't have to worry about that anymore, now do I?
Colleen: I thought Mac was working with Indians.
J.T.: Yeah, so did I.
Colleen: Hmm. Did you know she was back?
J.T.: No, I had no idea.
Mac: Hey, guys.
J.T.: Hey, Mac.
Colleen: Hey, when did you get home?
Mac: Just a few days ago.
J.T.: You've been laying low?
Mac: No, not really. Just getting some stuff I might need.
J.T.: Yeah? For what?
Mac: I'm moving to New Orleans.
J.T.: New Orleans?
Mac: Yeah, I'm gonna go down and start working with my dad. There's still a bunch of rebuilding to do.
J.T.: What about the coffeehouse?
Mac: Uh, Kevinís gonna run it.
J.T.: Bet he's not too thrilled about that.
Mac: No, he's not. And I feel sorta bad just springing it on him but...
J.T.: When are you leaving?
Mac: Later today.
J.T.: Wow, so if, uh, if I hadn't run into you, you would've left without saying good-bye?
Mac: No. But, I mean, would it have mattered that much to you if I did?
Phyllis: Okay, what's the problem?
Daniel: Okay, you cannot repeat this to anyone.
Phyllis: You mean, if they gag and torture me?
Daniel: I mean it, Mom.
Phyllis: Okay. Wow, must be kind of serious if you're swearing me to secrecy.
Daniel: Yeah, it is.
Phyllis: What is it?
Daniel: Lily wrote me an e-mail.
Phyllis: Doesn't sound too dire so far.
Daniel: Well, she didn't send it to me. She accidentally sent it to her dad.
Phyllis: Oh, personal stuff was in there?
Daniel: It's a little worse than that.
Daniel: Look, because of the e-mail, now Neil knows that he's not Lily's real father.
Phyllis: Oh, no, Daniel...
Daniel: Yeah, no, trust me, Lily feels horrible about it.
Phyllis: Oh, my gosh, I'm sure she does.
Daniel: It was just an honest mistake.
Phyllis: How is Neil taking this?
Daniel: He's pretty upset with Mrs. Winters.
Phyllis: I bet he is.
Daniel: You know, I'm just worried that this could be the thing that totally just breaks 'em apart.
Phyllis: Oh, gosh, I feel so bad for Neil. Oh, I can't believe it. Lily must be beside herself.
Daniel: Yeah. You know, she loves her dad so much, and she just feels so guilty right now. Because she feels like it's all her fault that he found this out.
Phyllis: Yeah, she doesn't need to feel guilty. She's as much a victim as Neil is.
Daniel: She's still torn up about it. You know, first there was Malcolm. And then the whole cover up and now this?
Phyllis: Listen, I have a question for you.
Phyllis: Why did you think I'd take this the wrong way? Why? Because if Dru would've been honest from the start, a lot of pain would've been avoided? Like, if I would've been honest with you about your father? Is that what you're thinking?
Sharon: I'm sorry that it's come to this. But, yeah, I think it's best if you move out.
Nick: Why can't we give it one more try?
Sharon: Because... look at what just happened.
Nick: What, when you thought I was moving in here?
Sharon: Yeah, I automatically assumed the worst. And I would just question your every move. We can't live together. We'd be miserable.
Nick: No, we wouldnít.
Sharon: Yes, we would be. Because I'm angry all the time. Mostly about your affair but... any little thing that you do these days sets me off. And then I get angry with myself because I overreacted.
Nick: Well, then why don't we just--
Sharon: No, I can't do it. I can't live that way. I wonít.
Nick: Hey, dude, what's up?
Miguel: Tell your father what we made, Noah.
Nick: Cupcakes? You don't sound very excited.
Miguel: I couldn't even get him to try one.
Sharon: Hey, you okay? You're not coming down with something, are you?
Nick: Yeah, what's going on? You love cupcakes.
Noah: I don't want a dumb cupcake.
Nick: Uh, Miguel, that, uh, thing we talked about earlier? Could you handle that for me?
Miguel: Certainly, Nicholas.
Sharon: Honey... your dad and I wanna talk to you about something.
Mac: I'm sorry. I shouldn't have said that. Excuse me.
J.T.: Mac! Hold on.
Mac: What do you want?
J.T.: Of course, it would've bothered me not having a chance to say good-bye to you.
Mac: It just sometimes...
J.T.: Sometimes what?
Mac: You know, Colleen doesn't look too happy over there. Maybe you should get back to her.
J.T.: No, don't worry about that.
Mac: If you say so.
J.T.: Look, we're, um... we're not a couple, if that's what you think.
Mac: You don't have to pretend with me, J.T. I know you guys are living together.
J.T.: Yeah, we are, but in separate bedrooms.
Mac: For now.
J.T.: Why do you say stuff like that?
Mac: Because you still won't admit your feelings for her. J.T., itís one of the reasons we didn't work. And here you are-- still in denial. Why is that?
Gloria: I know this business with Mackenzie is hard on you. But whether you realize it or not-- once she's gone, you'll be far better off.
Phyllis: Listen, I agree with you.
Daniel: You do?
Phyllis: Yeah. Daniel, no parent sets out to make their child suffer.
Daniel: Yeah, when I was a baby, I mean, you couldn't have been thinking about how I was gonna feel. It was so far in the future.
Phyllis: Listen, listen, you don't have to make excuses for me. There's not a day that goes by that I don't find myself wishing that I'd... handled the matter of your paternity better.
Daniel: Yeah, but it wasn't all your fault. I mean, Dad-- he kept it from me, too.
Phyllis: I lied to your father. And when he finally found out, it was--
Daniel: You know what, Mom? None of that matters right now. I'm just worried about, you know, what's going on with my wife.
Phyllis: You're right. It's better for the child if he starts his life out knowing who he is.
Daniel: Yeah. I guess sometimes things can get pretty complicated, huh?
Phyllis: I was just-- I was so immature back then. I was so selfish.
Daniel: No, Mom, you know what? Sometimes no matter how hard it is to take the truth... it's better than waking up one day and finding out that your whole life is based on a lie. You know, I should probably get going. I got a lot of work I gotta do. People need their mail.
Phyllis: Yeah, they do. Go ahead.
Nick: You look scared, buddy.
Noah: I am.
Nick: Don't be.
Sharon: The most important thing, sweetie-- what's happening between your dad and me-- you're not to blame for one bit of it.
Nick: We already talked about this, but, uh... your mom and I need to spend some time apart from each other.
Noah: You're really leaving today, aren't you?
Nick: Yeah, I am.
Sharon: But we love you... so much. And you know that, right?
Nick: And we're gonna be spending all kinds of time together, okay? I'm still gonna coach your basketball team.
Nick: And you can come stay the night at my place as many times as you want. And call me whenever you'd like.
Noah: It's not gonna be the same, Dad. We're never gonna be together again, are we? Not like a real family.
Nick: Noah, wait, buddy...
Sharon: Just go, okay? Just go. I'm gonna handle this.
Kevin: There you go.
Gloria: Kevin, honey...
Kevin: Mom, go away. I don't wanna listen to you trash Mac anymore.
Gloria: All right, all right, fine, I'll shut up.
Kevin: I mean it. One bad word and I'm gonna--
Gloria: I was just trying to make you feel better.
Kevin: Well, you're doing a good job. Hey. You can just unload it in the back. Thanks. Do you want some coffee?
Gloria: Yeah, better make it decaf, though. The last thing I need right now is more caffeine.
Kevin: Yeah, I noticed you looked a little wired.
Gloria: You heard from your brother in the last hour or two?
Kevin: No, why?
Gloria: I need to talk to him.
Kevin: Call his cell.
Gloria: No, I don't wanna bother him. He's in a meeting.
Kevin: What's it about?
Gloria: Well, all I can tell you is that if this meeting goes the way I hope it will, there's good times ahead, baby, for all of us.
Jill: Why don't they just shoot Jack and put the poor guy out of his misery?
Kay: We don't like this anymore than you do, Jill.
Michael: Gibson is not backing down.
Kay: Unfortunately, I... I don't think we have any options here.
Michael: The man won't listen to reason.
Jill: I was just... in there talking to Jack about his being shut out of Jabot. He's in his office packing, feeling like his whole life is over. Um, Michael, would you give us a moment, please? I'd like to speak to my mother alone.
Michael: Sure. I'll get some coffee.
Sharon: Okay! Let me just get you a straw and a napkin.
Phyllis: Hey, guys!
Sharon: Great, this day just keeps getting better and better.
Phyllis: Hey, Noah, how you doing?
Noah: Terrible. My dad moved out.
Phyllis: I'm sorry to hear that.
Sharon: You know what, Phyllis? If you don't mind, my son and I--
Phyllis: Listen, I have to get to the club. It was good to see you again, Sweetie.
Mac: You know, you haven't answered my question.
J.T.: I just-- I don't feel right talking about Colleen with you.
Mac: Okay. Just--there are some things I'd like to, you know, get straight in my head. And who knows when the next chance will be?
J.T.: All right. What do you wanna know?
Mac: Colleen is over 18 now. And she is still very interested in you.
Mac: So, now you're free. What's holding you back?
J.T.: Mac, you think you can read me so well.
Mac: Come on, J.T., she was your first love. She left. She went to New York.
J.T.: That was years ago.
Mac: Yeah, and since she's been back, you can't deny it. You've been--
J.T.: No, it's not... trust me, it's not as simple as you think it is.
Mac: Well, then what is it? What, another woman?
J.T.: No. No.
Mac: It's gotta be something.
J.T.: You're leaving soon. Do you really want our last conversation to be about stupid stuff like this?
Mac: I guess not.
J.T.: I know I was a terrible boyfriend.
Mac: Yeah, at the end you were. But you know, up until then, you were pretty great.
J.T.: I appreciate that. But we both know you deserved a lot better.
Mac: It's not all your fault. I made some pretty big mistakes, too.
J.T.: I really hope you find what you're looking for in New Orleans.
Mac: I'm not even sure what that is. But I hope I find it, too.
J.T.: What do you bet in a couple of months, you're gonna be missing this place. You're gonna be missing good old Genoa City.
Mac: Yeah, there will be some things I miss.
J.T.: A lot of people around here are gonna be missing you. Your grandmother-- hell, I mean, sheís... she's gotta be upset you're leaving.
Mac: Yeah, yeah, but she knows we'll stay in touch. And besides, she's happy that I'm gonna get to spend some time with my dad.
J.T.: Speaking of staying in touch, you have my e-mail address, right?
Mac: Yeah, I don't think I'm gonna have very much free time.
J.T.: Well, um... you always liked helping people. And there will be plenty of chances to do that in New Orleans.
Mac: Yeah. It'll be great, you know? I'll get out of my head. Start thinking about somebody else for a change.
J.T.: I know what you mean.
J.T.: We had some good times, though, didn't we?
Mac: We sure did.
J.T.: I'll never forget those.
Mac: Me neither.
J.T.: You take care of yourself out there, all right?
Mac: You, too, J.T.
Sharon: Hey, Honey? Don't you want your milkshake?
Noah: I told you I didn't want it.
Sharon: Yeah, I know. Hey, um, why don't we get a newspaper and see what movies are playing?
Noah: I don't feel like a movie.
Sharon: We could go to the bookstore. You don't have that last Harry Potter book, do you?
Noah: Dad bought it for me.
Sharon: Well, maybe we should just go home?
Noah: I'll be right back.
Jack: Little guy having kind of a rough time of it?
Sharon: Yeah, we both are.
Jack: I saw Nicholas check in to the Athletic Club.
Sharon: Look, um, Jack, I know you mean well but...
Jack: I'm not about to give you any advice. I just want you to know... I love you and Nicholas and... I just hope whatever's best for both of you-- whatever that is-- is what happens.
Sharon: I hope that's what happens for you, too.
Man: Here's your orange juice.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Man: Wanna talk about it?
Phyllis: Not really.
Man: I'll mind my own business.
Phyllis: I appreciate it, thank you.
Man: Part of my job description.
Phyllis: Uh, I just don't feel very comfortable talking about my problems with a total stranger.
Man: A gal like you-- you must have plenty of friends.
Phyllis: Not really.
Man: Excuse me.
Nick: Can I get a beer, please? Thanks. So, uh... orange juice, huh?
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I'm on a health kick.
Nick: Good for you.
Phyllis: Yeah. I'm glad I ran into you.
Nick: Why is that?
Phyllis: Um... I wanted to tell you how sorry I am.
Nick: What are you sorry for?
Phyllis: I ran into your wife and your son at Crimson Lights. And Noah told me you moved out.
Nick: (Sighs) yeah.
Phyllis: I feel so bad for him.
Nick: Yeah. You know, as hard as this has been on me, it absolutely kills me to see what it's doing to my kid.
Phyllis: I should go.
Nick: No, don't go. Stick around. We'll have some more juice.
Phyllis: Um... I don't wanna cause any more trouble. If people saw us together...
Nick: Ah, the hell with them. I mean, it's too late to stress about it now, right?
Phyllis: You're committed to this, right? You're committed to your marriage, right?
Nick: Honestly, Phyllis, I don't know what I'm gonna do. It's kind of the theme of my life right now. I don't know what to do.
Phyllis: Yeah, it's the theme of my life, too.
Nick: You wanna know what's weird?
Nick: I mean, here we are, two pretty rational, sophisticated adults. We think we know the ways of the world.
Phyllis: Yeah? What's your point?
Nick: My point is, when these feelings that we had... hit us upside the head. How did we react? With caution or restraint? No. We though we could handle it. Talk about being delusional.
Jill: Have you decided what you're gonna do yet?
Kay: You know, in all my years of dealing with business problems, I've never even remotely run into something like this. The Abbotts are like family. And I've know Jack since he was a kid.
Jill: I know.
Kay: His father in prison, the decision's gonna be even more painful.
Jill: You know, the truth is, that even with everything Jack's done... I still have a lot of respect for him.
Kay: As do I.
Jill: I don't envy you.
Jack: I'm not sure what you mean by that.
Sharon: I was referring to your situation at Jabot.
Jack: Oh, yes, and the toxic cloud of doom-- at least that's what they're calling me.
Sharon: That bad, huh?
Jack: So bad I've been forced out of my own company.
Sharon: Oh, God, that is bad.
Jack: Well... maybe it's best for Jabot.
Sharon: That was very noble of you.
Jack: Well, don't give me too much credit. It wasn't exactly my idea. It wasn't too long ago I was feeling sorry for myself, until Jill straightened me out.
Sharon: Oh, yeah? What did she say?
Jack: She told me it could be a whole lot worse. Heck, being C.E.O. of Chancellor Industries isn't exactly chopped liver.
Sharon: That's true.
Jack: Who knows? Maybe in the end, this'll be a good thing.
Sharon: Yeah? How do you mean?
Jack: Oh, I've been so preoccupied with Jabot. Maybe now I can really focus on my work at Chancellor. (Cell phone ringing) Oh, sorry. Jack Abbott.
Kay: Uh, Jack, it's Katherine. I need to meet with you.
Kay: Yes, I'll see you in your office at Jabot.
Jack: I'm on my way.
Colleen: Hey. Um, did J.T. happen to say where he was going or...
Mac: No, sorry.
Colleen: Oh, it's okay. I'll just catch up with him later.
Mac: I'm sure you will.
Colleen: All right, well, um, good luck, Mac.
Mac: Hey, Colleen, wait a second. Um, can I... do you mind if I say something?
Colleen: Yeah, knock yourself out.
Mac: You've worked really hard to get this chance with J.T. and now you've got it.
Colleen: You're right, I do.
Mac: But sometimes you should be careful what you wish for.
Colleen: Well, what's that supposed to mean?
Mac: There's no reason to get defensive.
Colleen: Are you trying to warn me away from J.T.? Or what's going on?
Mac: Not exactly.
Colleen: Okay, good. Because there's "A"-- you two aren't together anymore. And "B"-- he was mine first.
Mac: It's just... I think you should be aware that maybe J.T. is the kind of guy who doesn't know what he wants... even when he's got it.
Phyllis: Well, I'm glad we're able to talk like this.
Nick: Yeah, it's nice.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. I mean, I missed our friendship... as much as anything else.
Nick: Me, too.
Phyllis: Well, maybe we can talk more often without the world spinning off its axis.
Nick: You wanna know something crazy?
Phyllis: Yeah, what?
Nick: This has been so much harder to deal with-- this situation-- because, uh... I haven't had you to commiserate with.
Phyllis: I feel the same way.
Nick: Well, maybe we're past all of that. You know, we can start being open with each other again.
Phyllis: You really mean that, don't you?
Phyllis: Listen, um...
Phyllis: You go.
Nick: We do that a lot. Okay, I'll go first.
Nick: Um, I was... gonna say that I wish we had broken things off a lot sooner.
Phyllis: Yeah, me, too. Me, too, because a lot of people are paying for what we did.
Nick: Yeah, our lack of self-control. I mean, especially Noah. Too many repercussions.
Phyllis: Right. Right, we set a whole chain of events in motion, didn't we?
Nick: Yeah, but, you know, itís... it's over. It's over. So, um, you were gonna say something. What was it?
Gloria: Good! I'm glad I found you.
Michael: That makes one of us.
Gloria: So how'd it go? The meeting with Gibson, the attorney?
Michael: How do you even know about that?
Gloria: What difference does that make? I just wanna know what went on.
Michael: You ever heard of a little thing called, uh, lawyer/client confidentiality?
Gloria: Michael, I'm your mother! I'm not a secret agent.
Michael: Yeah, well, considering all the plotting and scheming you do, maybe you should consider becoming one.
Gloria: That's very funny.
Michael: It's a laugh riot.
Gloria: Listen, I know that Jack's been removed from Jabot! So I was just wondering...
Gloria: I don't know. Gibson ask for anything else?
Michael: Like what?
Gloria: Like, I don't know-- anything!
Michael: Like I said, lawyer/client confidentiality.
Gloria: Come on, a hint.
Michael: Nope, no hints.
Gloria: Damn it, Michael, why are you being so stubborn? All right, I'll play a little game with you. I'll ask the questions. One blink for yes, two blinks for no.
Michael: Look, why are you acting this way? Don't you trust that I can handle things?
Gloria: Yes, I do trust you.
Michael: Well, I'm doing everything that legally can be done. Katherine Chancellor is examining her options. So please, back off.
Gloria: No! No! No! I'm not moving from this spot until you tell me one thing.
Michael: And what would that be?
Gloria: If Katherine wants this lawsuit to go away, she has to give into all of Gibsonís demands, right?
Jack: Well, I see you've made yourself right at home. Katherine, what is it? What do you have there?
Kay: Your letter of resignation from Chancellor Industries.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Michael: You admit it to me! You did what you did out of personal vindictiveness!
Kay: You made mistakes that your father would've never made!
Brad: Someone needs to straighten you out before you do more damage than you already have.
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