Y&R Transcript Thursday 7/26/01 -- Canada; Friday 7/27/01 -- USA
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Neil: Yeah, Winters.
Mamie: Hi, Neil, it's me.
Neil: Mamie, what's up?
Mamie: I'm trying to reach Malcolm. Do you have his cell phone number?
Neil: You sound anxious to talk to him.
Mamie: I am.
Neil: May I ask why?
Mamie: I'll get back to you later, okay?
Alex: Neil, I just wanted to ask you about something real quick. Anything wrong?
Neil: Hey, Alex. I don't know. I just got this mysterious call from Mamie. She wanted to speak to Malcolm right away. I don't know what was so urgent.
Alex: I hope it has nothing to do with a discussion I had with your brother with him and Nate and a baseball game.
Malcolm: In the car all of twenty minutes and you already have to go number one? Go handle your business. That might be the bathroom. Check it out. [Cell phone ringing] Hello.
Mamie: Malcolm, what in the world are you doing? This is madness.
Malcolm: Mamie, I'm sorry I rushed off like I did. I was going to tell little Nate I couldn't take him to the game.
Mamie: Why didn't you give me a chance to persuade you not to do this?
Malcolm: Alex talked me out of it, she did. One look at my son and it went out the window.
Mamie: I have a really bad feeling about this.
Malcolm: I'm glad we didn't talk because that means you weren't part of the decision. You're off the hook, okay?
Malcolm: Nate is coming back. I have to go.
Nate: Who were you talking to?
Malcolm: I was just taking care of business, little man. Nothing for you to worry about. Looks like someone's hungry. We have a little time, catch some grub, still get to batting practice.
Nikki: If you want to be our west coast distributor you have to lower your commission rate. What you're asking is way out of line. We're talking about a product that works. This anti-aging cream is going to fly off the shelves. I'm sorry, that's not negotiable. Look at your numbers again and get back to me. If I don't have your answer today, I will take this product to another distributor.
Larry: Sorry to interrupt you.
Nikki: It's all right.
Larry: I'm supposed to empty the trash. If it's not a good time, I'll come back later.
Nikki: No, it's fine. Is something on your mind, Mr. Warton?
Larry: It's just the way you're dealing with whoever is on the phone. People think the cons are tough, but you, man oh, man, you're something else.
Nikki: I guess I'll take that as a compliment. How are things going with you?
Larry: Aren't you getting my reports from Personnel?
Nikki: Yeah, but I'm asking you.
Larry: If you hear any complaints, I should have my head examined. If there was ever a guy that had it made in the shade, it's me.
Jack: You haven't given me an answer.
Phyllis: I don't know what to say.
Jack: You still have doubts.
Phyllis: Jack, I don't doubt you. I don't doubt you and your love.
Jack: What then?
Phyllis: It's me. I doubt myself. I just don't think I can live up to your expectations.
Jack: I am not worried about that. Why should you be?
Phyllis: I think you have more faith in me than I have in myself.
Jack: I think maybe we have to work on that.
Phyllis: Jack, the way you want to work on that is with marriage and kids A.S.A.P.
Jack: We will do it one step at a time. Phyllis, I love you. I want to marry you. I want to spend the rest of my life with you. I want you to be the mother to my children, no one else. You. What do you say?
Mamie: Okay. What to do... What to do... What to do... You just have to talk him out of it. Malcolm, you have got to listen to me.
Olivia: This day is getting better and better.
Sean: Thanks for stopping by. Okay, guys, here's what I was thinking. I hope everybody is amenable to this. I would like to have a cookout at the Abbott pool house this evening. Get everyone together, mix it up a little bit. What do you think?
Brittany: I don't think I can make it. I promised my parents I'd do something with them.
Sean: All right.
Brittany: In fact, I better get going. I don't want to be late. Can I drop you off someplace?
J.T.: No thanks. I think I'll stick around for a while.
Brittany: See ya.
Billy: Hey, Sean, can I speak to you for a minute?
Sean: Okay. What's up?
Billy: Look, I know you're only trying to get the group to gel. I hope you won't be sticking us with J.T. and Brittany. It was fine for one day but not all the time, okay? I'd rather work with Raul and Rianna.
Sean: I don't really have a plan, Billy. I'm trying to keep things interesting.
Billy: That's what scares me.
Sean: I'm not trying to create conflict for people here, just entertain them. Since we're talking about this, I know you don't want to be around J.T. What about Brittany?
Billy: What about her?
Sean: You supported her being around this summer.
Billy: At the time I thought it was a good idea. Brittany really pushed for it.
Sean: That was then.
Billy: Is she thinking about dropping out? If so, it's fine by me.
Sean: I'm sure it's fine if we get rid of J.T. at the same time, right?
Billy: Even better.
Sean: I hope I addressed all your concerns.
Billy: Thanks for hearing me out.
Sean: I have stuff to take care of. Excuse me.
Neil: So let me understand this, this just happened.
Alex: We had lunch at Gina's and I saw tickets to a Cubs game.
Neil: Malcolm is taking Nate to Chicago for a Cubs game today.
Alex: I couldn't believe what he told me was in his head.
Neil: Did you get through to him? You did talk him out of going, didn't you?
Alex: When he told me he wasn't taking Nate to the game I believed him. He knew what was at stake. But why is Mamie so anxious to reach him?
Neil: No idea. You say she's taking Nate instead.
Alex: That's right.
Neil: Maybe she didn't get the tickets yet or directions. She's never been to Wrigley Field before. She said she'd call back.
Alex: If there was any trouble, she'd have called by now.
Neil: Yeah, I'm sure you're right.
Olivia: My plane had mechanical problems so I thought I better come back here. I thought I would talk to Nate and leave on better terms.
Mamie: Well, you can't.
Olivia: Beg your pardon?
Mamie: Nate's not here.
Olivia: Where is he?
Mamie: Went to the movies with a friend.
Mamie: Dougy. Sorry.
Olivia: Don't be. You didn't know when I was going to be back. When's the movie going to end?
Mamie: I forgot to ask.
Olivia: We can look up the time. What are they seeing?
Mamie: I don't remember. I think it's one of those animated films. He just left a few minutes ago. I'm not expecting him back for a couple of hours. When's your flight?
Olivia: They were pretty vague about that. I should call and get confirmation.
Phyllis: This is honestly how you feel?
Jack: I don't know how I can make it any plainer. No, this is not a means to an end.
Phyllis: So this isn't just a way to keep me barefoot and pregnant?
Jack: That's a hell of an image, but no, this is not a way to keep you barefoot and pregnant.
Phyllis: I feel differently about you than I felt about anyone in my life.
Jack: Okay. So we're even on that.
Phyllis: I'm terrified of disappointing you.
Jack: You won't.
Phyllis: Does my track record mean anything to you?
Jack: No, it didn't.
Phyllis: Jack, you're almost too good to be true.
Jack: What do you mean almost?
Phyllis: I don't want this to be a fantasy.
Jack: Only two people can make this a reality.
Phyllis: It's a beautiful ring.
Jack: So tell me you'll wear it on your finger, that you'll take a chance on us. We'll get married, have kids, the whole ball of wax.
Phyllis: I can't do that.
Jack: Oh, Phyllis, Phyllis.
Phyllis: I can't do that because if I take this ring off my finger, I'll spoil the surprise for our engagement party.
Jack: Spoil the surprise? Did you say engagement party? I heard you right, yes?
Phyllis: Yes. We agreed, right? That's how we decided to break the news, right?
Jack: So there's definitely news to break.
Phyllis: No one has ever said the things you've said to me. No one has ever had the faith in me that you have. And no one has ever believed in me the way that you do, Jack. I love you. I just hope that your faith in me isn't displaced.
Jack: It isn't. Believe me, it isn't.
Mackenzie: Hey, want some coffee?
J.T.: No thanks. Can I ask you something?
J.T.: I know this is out of left field, but it's something I have been wondering about for a while.
J.T.: Your mom.
Mackenzie: Why would you want to know about her?
J.T.: I know you came here to live with your grandma and your dad. Do you have contact with your mom and stepdad?
Mackenzie: Where's this coming from, J.T.?
J.T.: Nowhere. You just never talked about it.
Mackenzie: Well, it's really personal and I don't want to talk about it, okay?
J.T.: All right. Sorry.
Billy: Hey, what did he say to you? What's the problem?
Mackenzie: Nothing, Billy. I'm fine.
Billy: Is this about Rianna?
Mackenzie: It has nothing to do with that.
Billy: But there was something.
Mackenzie: It's so weird.
Billy: What, tell me.
Mackenzie: Promise you're going to let me deal with this. I don't want to get into it with J.T., okay?
Mackenzie: He asked me about my mom and stepdad.
Mackenzie: It's understandable. I just came to town.
Billy: It doesn't make any sense, Mac. Why all the questions suddenly?
Mackenzie: I guess he was curious. What else could it be?
Billy: You know what bugs me? How would he even know you have a stepfather?
Brittany: Moved. No forwarding address. Damn. How am I going to track down Mackenzie's mother?
I hope that's not a love letter.
Brittany: No. I was trying to write a letter.
Sorry to hear that. Is there anything I can do to help?
Brittany: No thanks. I'll let you know if something changes.
Hang in there, Brittany. If there's anybody I know who can make things happen.
Brittany: One thing's for sure. I'm not giving up.
Nikki: I'm glad you're doing so well here, Warton.
Larry: Just trying my best, ma'am.
Nikki: That's all anybody can ask.
Larry: I guess I'm through here. I'll be seeing you.
Larry: Have a good day.
Nikki: You, too.
Jewels: Beep, beep.
Larry: Watch it, lady. What are you, trying to mow me over again? I'm going to report you to the police and turn you in.
Jewels: Oh, yeah? Warton, I was wondering what you're doing after work, if you want to go to the pub around the corner.
Larry: You're asking me to go -- wow. Yeah, sure, I'd love to.
Tom: Hey, Jewels, what's shaking?
Jewels: I was talking to Larry Warton here and he’s joining us at the pub.
Jewels: Yeah, a group of us meet there every week.
Larry: I have something to do, I forgot. Thanks for asking me just the same. Have a good time.
Jewels: Have a nice weekend.
Larry: Yeah you, too. Take it easy.
Olivia: Thank you. Well, they haven't fixed the plane.
Mamie: They haven't rescheduled?
Olivia: Not yet.
Mamie: This is ridiculous.
Olivia: Yeah, well, it's inconvenient. I'd rather they didn't rush the repairs.
Mamie: Can't they get a replacement plane?
Olivia: You'd think you were the one being held up here.
Mamie: Honey, it's just I know your time is precious.
Olivia: Maybe I get a chance to talk to Nate and some good will come out of this. You think that's wishful thinking?
Olivia: Aunt Mamie, maybe you're right. I'm thinking a lot about this situation. Today when my son could barely say goodbye to me, it's not exactly how I thought things were going to turn out.
Mamie: Are you saying that you are reconsidering visitation rights for Malcolm?
Olivia: I just hate being at odds with you and Neil and Ashley. I thought this thing would be over by now. I've been waiting for Malcolm to mess up like he always has but he hasn't, for a long time. And there's a good chance I'm not going to win.
Mamie: Honey, will you excuse me? I'll just be a minute.
Nate: Dad, how long does it take to drink coffee?
Malcolm: Hey, hey, easy, Mr. Fussy Man. The cubbies aren't going anywhere. Trust me. [Cell phone ringing] Look, I have to get this phone. You go pay the bill for me, all right? Hello, Mamie, if you think I'm going to change my mind --.
Mamie: Malcolm, listen to me. Olivia came back home. She's here.
Mamie: I'm trying to cover, but I don't think she can leave without seeing Nate.
Malcolm: Oh, my God. Okay, all right. I'll bring him back.
Mamie: That's too dangerous.
Malcolm: Gina's. Half hour, how about that?
Mamie: Gina's, that's good. I'll meet you there.
Nate: Something wrong, Daddy?
Mackenzie: I've never talked to J.T. about my past. He must have just assumed my mom had a husband.
Billy: Are you sure that's all it is? Guess work?
Mackenzie: Are you accusing him of something?
Billy: Mac, J.T. had no right sticking his nose in your personal business.
Mackenzie: Billy, he's not going to ask me about it anymore. I made it obvious I didn't want to talk about it.
Billy: Good. How are you doing, you okay? You seemed pretty upset earlier.
Mackenzie: But I know I'm safe now. John Silva, my grandma and my dad convinced me my mom can't get to me, and I believe them.
Mackenzie: It's every time I think about her, I get this really cold feeling inside like I'm never going to be free of her. No matter what.
Nikki: Mr. Warton, come back in here please.
Larry: Ma'am. What can I do for you, Mrs. Newman?
Nikki: I can't help overhearing you accepted the young lady's invitation and then bailed out. Why did you do that, you don't like Tom?
Larry: No, no, I have nothing against him. It's just that --.
Larry: I thought she was asking me. I didn't realize there would be a big crowd there.
Nikki: What difference does that make?
Larry: I don't know. It just does.
Larry: A girl like that I can probably hold my own with, one on one at least a little while. She likes my sense of humor. But a big crew of people isn't my style.
Nikki: Are you having trouble with people around here? Is that what you're worried about?
Larry: I'm getting along fine.
Nikki: Then what's the problem?
Larry: Think about it for a minute. Me sitting at a table full of folks like that? Once I got past football and boxing and maybe cars, what am I going to talk about?
Nikki: I think you're selling yourself a little short, Larry. You're not a dummy. Your field of knowledge might be a little different, but I think some people might find that refreshing.
Larry: I appreciate the pep talk, Mrs. Newman. I just don't see myself fitting in with the yuppies.
Nikki: If you don't want to socialize, that's your decision. You shouldn't shut yourself off because you think you're not good enough or feel you don't have anything interesting to say. This is a new life, a new world. If you want to reach out to people, you should.
Larry: New world or not, I'm still just a plain old janitor.
Nikki: And that young girl out there is just a mail girl. And Tom is just an executive trainee. So what? They're not so high and mighty. They asked you out, didn't they?
Larry: It was nice of them, but --.
Nikki: I don't think you're being candid with me. I think something else is going on here.
Larry: No, not really. Nothing important. You know, it wouldn't interest you, trust me.
Nikki: Yes, that's me. How much do I owe you?
Larry: Well, if that's all, I'll be moving on. I've got work to do.
Nikki: Hey, Larry, you like Chinese food? I have a lot of it here. Why don't you join me?
Mamie: Olivia, I have to go out for a minute. I'll be back as soon as I can.
Olivia: Debbie? It's Olivia. I'm surprised I caught you. I was going to leave a message.
Debbie: What about?
Olivia: Well, about taking the boys to the movies. Is someone else taking them?
Debbie: Liv, I don't understand. Dougy's at camp for the summer.
Billy: Mac, you have no reason to be afraid of your mother, all right?
Sean: Sorry to interrupt you guys. Mac, do you mind handling that on your own?
Billy: You want me to take it?
Mackenzie: No, I can do it.
Sean: Is she upset? I can stick around.
Billy: I can handle it. When I say J.T.'s trouble, this is what I mean.
Brittany: Hey, guys, what's going on?
You tell us.
Kim: Yeah, you have been busy.
Brittany: I'm sorry, am I missing something?
Kim: That's one way to put it.
Brittany: Okay. Spit it out. What's going on?
Oh, Brit, we have been checking out the website, and we just don't get it.
Brittany: What do you mean?
Kim: Why you're spending your summer hanging around with those people especially Billy and what's-her-name.
Watching your ex-boyfriend hang all over that nerd?
It's totally humiliating. How do you stand it?
Brittany: Are you done insulting me?
Come on, Brit, you're way too good for this.
Kim: At least we thought you were. Maybe we were wrong.
Brittany: Thanks, Kim. Tell me something. Have you always been such a bitch?
Kim: Chill out.
We're worried. That's why we're telling you there.
Brittany: You're jealous. I have a great job, an internet star.
You wish. And you're spent rubbing sun tan lotion on each other.
Kim: You will do whatever it takes to be on camera, including being a doormat?
Brittany: To hell with you, all of you.
Don't get mad at us.
Kim: You used to be pretty cool but now you're nothing but a loser. Have fun with Billy.
Brittany: Listen up, girlfriend that boy, he loves me so.
Phyllis: So we have a party to plan, don't we?
Jack: Yeah, I guess we do. Do we send out invitations?
Phyllis: That's too formal. We don't want to tip our hand.
Jack: You want to sneak up on them, huh?
Phyllis: Yeah, don't you?
Jack: If that's what you want, that's what I want.
Phyllis: I'm nervous about marriage and kids and the implications.
Jack: All you have to do is believe in us.
Phyllis: I do.
Jack: I love holding you like this.
Phyllis: Don't ever let me go.
Jack: Wild horses couldn't drag me away.
Phyllis: You're stuck with me now, you know that?
Jack: Yikes. Yeah, I'm stuck with you.
Brittany: Yeah, from the homeless shelter. Remember me?
Mackenzie: I'm not sure I do.
Brittany: We talked a couple of times.
Mackenzie: Sorry. I don't remember you.
Brittany: I've been watching you on the web. I'm so happy for you. I think it's great how well you've done, especially during -- since you came from --.
Mackenzie: What do you think of the new lipstick colors?
Brittany: To think a couple of years ago, you were homeless, living on the streets. Now look at where you are. That's so cool.
Mackenzie: Let's not chat with this here. Why don't you send me an e-mail?
Brittany: You don't want to let people in on this?
Brittany: I think the world should know what a great role model you are. You, Mackenzie Browning, you are an inspiration.
Mamie: Gina, have you seen Malcolm?
Gina: Mamie, no, I haven't seen him. Are you okay?
Mamie: Not really.
Gina: What's wrong?
Mamie: I can't get into it right now. I just wish he would hurry.
Gina: He's here right now. Look.
Mamie: Good. Excuse me. Malcolm, thank goodness you're here.
Malcolm: Olivia is at the apartment?
Mamie: The flight was delayed. She came home to see Nate.
Malcolm: What did you tell her?
Mamie: I told her he went to the movies. I don't think she plans to leave until she sees him.
Nate: The movies. Great, I'll say that too.
Malcolm: Nate, Nate.
Nate: It's okay, Daddy. I don't want Mommy to be mad at you.
Malcolm: Nate, I'm really sorry about this. I am.
Mamie: I don't know what we should do. Should we go now? Or should we wait a while? How could I say I picked him up when I said I don't know what movie he was seeing.
Olivia: Don't worry about it, Aunt Mamie. I know the truth.
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