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Cane: Hey, how you doin'?
Lily: Good. How are you?
Lily: How's Chloe?
Cane: Actually, she's at "Restless Style." I just dropped her off. It's her first day back at work.
Lily: Oh, nice.
Lily: Well, tell her to take it easy.
Cane: I will make sure she takes it easy. I'll be seeing her. We're doing a photo shoot.
Lily: Oh, did she recruit you to do the heavy lifting?
Cane: (Chuckles) No. No, actually, I'm in front of the camera.
Lily: Oh, wow. I-I can't even see you doing modeling.
Cane: Yeah, it's a... men's issue, "Men we love," something like that.
Lily: How'd you get talked into doing that?
Cane: I get to mention my favorite charity, which is good for Katherine’s foundation.
Lily: Oh, nice.
Lily: Hmm. Oh. Hi, can I get a large café au lait, please? Thank you. So...
Cane: (Clears throat)
Lily: Oh, by the way, I saw your, um, your interview on the news last night.
Cane: Oh, yeah. I, uh, you know, I just want to set people straight about Katherine’s memoirs. Wh--what--what'd you think?
Lily: You sounded good.
Lily: Well, I just-- I thought Billy’s side was interesting, too. You know, why would Katherine write a memoir if she didn't want it published?
Cane: Mm, I just don't think that, you know, Grandma's dirty laundry should be aired in public like that, you know? Did you see how my brother decided to turn it into a, uh, self-serving story about how the Abbotts rescued Jabot from the evil empire?
Lily: Yeah, it was interesting. I was wondering what happened with you and Billy after the cameras were turned off.
Billy: Wow. Hey, uh, Jack. Jack! Come on, man, I don't have all day. Where are you?
Jack: Hey, Billy. How's it goin'?
Billy: It's good. Wow, blast from the past. Where's all the furniture that Sharon bought?
Jack: I got rid of it. I hated it. The only reason I kept it around was in case Sharon came back.
Billy: She's not?
Jack: No, she's not. She's filing for divorce.
Billy: I'm sorry, Jack.
Jack: Yeah, not as sorry as I am. I actually thought it was gonna work out. Wow, some shiner you got there. Gives you a certain je ne sais quoi.
Billy: Kickboxing class. Pretty brutal.
Jack: Kickboxing. Does that translate to Cane Ashby?
Billy: Eh, ah, you saw the interview.
Jack: I don't know which part I liked more-- you saying you thought Cane had done his best at Jabot or Cane wishing you the best at the company.
Billy: (Laughs) Yeah, well, anyway, when the cameras were off, he called me a selfish bastard, and he popped me one.
Jack: Yeah, well, you gave as good as you got.
Billy: How do you know?
Jack: Somebody caught it on their telephone. Go to the internet. You're on viewclick.
Billy: (Laughs) Oh, great.
Phyllis: I need to make a phone call. I'll get right back to you on that. (Sighs) (Clears throat) "Honey, I need to stay in New York with my ex-wife Sharon overnight. Do you have a problem with that?" "Oh, no, Nick. I have no problem with that, no problem with you staying with your ex-wife. Oh, by the way, did she mention that she's getting a divorce?" (Sighs) Ring, ring. Come on, Nick, pick up.
Nick: Hey, can you hold on one second? Could I please have, uh, over easy with wheat toast and some O.J. thank you very much. Hi, I'm back.
Phyllis: Uh, it's a little late to be ordering breakfast.
Nick: Oh, hold on. Good morning. Sharon, did you want anything?
Sharon: Yeah, um, I think I'll have a mushroom omelet with fruit instead of hash browns and a cup of coffee.
Nick: Thanks. Sharon's back.
Phyllis: Yeah, I heard.
Nick: I'm sorry I didn't call earlier, but I slept in. We're not meeting with the west coast buyer until this afternoon. How you doin'?
Phyllis: I'm a little frazzled.
Nick: Why? What's wrong?
Phyllis: We have two photo shoots today.
Nick: Where's Mom?
Phyllis: She's out of the office at a meeting... again, so, you know, I'm just left doing these photo shoots, and--and I was supposed to work on that Forrester 2009 layout, and I haven't gotten around to it. I don't know if I'm gonna be able to.
Nick: Okay, sounds like you need help, so I'll just come home.
Phyllis: You don't have to do that.
Nick: No, I promised you if you needed me, I'd be there.
Phyllis: But you have a meeting.
Nick: Uh, the meeting... Sharon can handle it.
Nick: Okay, I'll catch an earlier flight.
Phyllis: Really? Thank you. I appreciate that. You're a lifesaver.
Nick: No problem. I'll see you soon.
Phyllis: Bye, baby.
Sharon: (Clicks tongue)
Nick: Phyllis is swamped. (Sighs) Um, I know we promised Mariel we'd meet the buyer together, but...
Sharon: You should go.
Phyllis: Forrester 2009 layout-- delete. (Clears throat) Okay.
(Cell phone rings)
Phyllis: Hi. Today's your lucky day.
Brad: Until I answered the phone.
Phyllis: (Whispering) Did you know that Sharon and Jack are getting a divorce?
Phyllis: Yeah, really. Sharon and Nick are in New York right now on a business trip together, but Nick is leaving early. That means she's gonna be there alone.
Brad: If you're suggesting that I fly to New York to see her, I'll pass.
Phyllis: You'll--you'll pass? What does that mean? New Year’s Eve didn't go as planned?
Sharon: Brad, I can’t. I'm sorry.
Brad: I'm not discussing that with you.
Phyllis: Listen, remember when you and Sharon were in New York before? Remember that? Now is a great opportunity for an encore, Brad, so I suggest you get your butt up there to the Viewmont.
Phyllis: (Normal voice) Brad? Hello? Brad?
Brad: I love you, Sharon, and you know how much and how deeply that goes.
Lily: So you and Billy got into a fistfight?
Cane: Guy goaded me.
Lily: (Scoffs) So, basically, it's his fault that you hit him.
Cane: Yeah, well, you know, he said some things that were out of line.
Lily: You know, we should probably end this conversation, 'cause I really don't want to get into another argument with you about Billy, so...
Cane: Neither do I. I'm sorry. So... (Sighs) Look, I just want to apologize to you. I didn't mean to insult you. I said that Billy was seeing you to get to me.
Lily: Yeah, well...
Cane: 'Cause any guy with half a brain would want to be with you, so I'm sorry.
Lily: Well, I do like Billy, and I know that you don't want to hear that.
Cane: Sounds like you guys are getting serious.
Lily: Well, I really don't feel comfortable talking with you about it.
Cane: Just be careful, okay? You might trust the guy, but I don’t.
Billy: So we're competing with upscale drugstore brands, experts who say that, uh, high-end cosmetics aren't worth the price.
Jack: Which is why we stress the fact that no one comes close to the purity and quality of our ingredients.
Billy: That sounds good. You know, I'll run it pass Ashley, but, Jack, is this really what you want to talk about right now? You just told me you're getting a divorce.
Jack: My little brother wants to be my shrink now, huh?
Billy: I just want to make sure you're okay, Jack.
Jack: Thanks. I appreciate that. I really do. I'm fine, or I'll be fine. Ju--you know, talking about it is not gonna fix anything. I'm not gonna sit around and mope and feel sorry for myself. Only way out of the doldrums is to focus on the future...
Billy: I'm with you.
Jack: Stop wasting my energy on things that aren't gonna happen.
Billy: I'm a big believer in no regrets myself.
Jack: Like blocking out the fact that Chloe is carrying your baby and not Cane's?
Billy: She is?
Jack: Seriously, any misgivings?
Billy: (Sighs) What do you want me to say, Jack? It's best for everyone involved, especially the child. Could you imagine Chloe and me as a couple? That's like putting a rattlesnake and a raccoon in a cage. Who's gonna survive that?
Jack: Well, you sure have a unique way of working things out. Dating your brother's ex-- you had to know that was gonna drive Cane crazy.
Billy: Yeah, well, now that's just an added bonus, but it's not why I was attracted to Lily, and it's definitely not why I'm seeing her now.
Jack: Okay, here's my one piece of unasked-for advice.
Billy: Okay, again.
Jack: If you're a smart man, you will get out of this before you get in too deep.
Billy: I--you know, I thought I came here, and I was giving you a pep talk, you know, but you're good. I mean, you just turned this whole thing right around on me.
Jack: Yeah, I have experience.
Billy: Look, I'd love to stay and chat, but, uh, I'm late. I've got a photo shoot at "Restless Style."
Jack: Wait, I thought we had pulled all of Jabot's advertising from that magazine.
Billy: Well, I'm-- I'm the model.
Jack: You're a traitor.
Billy: Oh, come on, Jack. It's for charity. It's a good cause.
Jack: Mind if I come along?
Billy: Yeah, sure. What's the big deal?
Jack: I'd like to keep an eye on the red menace, make sure there are no surprises.
Nick: Yeah, just send the confirmation to my e-mail. Thank you. My flight leaves in a few hours.
Sharon: Okay. Let's go over how I should deal with this meeting then.
Nick: Just handle it like you did yesterday with the east coast buyer.
Sharon: Should I tell him the story about how we met?
Nick: (Laughs) You were great yesterday. You'll be great this afternoon. It's fine.
Sharon: Who knows? Maybe I'll stay, and I'll meet some more buyers. Do I get a finder's fee for bringing in new business?
Nick: I'm sorry about leaving you here.
Sharon: No apologies necessary. You have to go.
Nick: You're having a rough time.
Sharon: You know me. I'll--I'll get through it. It's not your job to hold my hand.
Sharon: There are choices that we make. There are other considerations and circumstances, and it's just-- it's never just about love.
Brad: I'll never hurt you. I'll never lie to you. Jack has done both of those things over and over again.
Sharon: (Sighing) Are you sure?
Phyllis: So just pull everything on the Forrester ad layout, and Nick will deal with it when he gets here. Thanks.
Devon: Hey, can I get one large house blend and a glazed donut?
Lily: And a cherry scone.
Devon: And a cherry scone, please. Thank you. It's my treat, 'cause I owe you for helping me. I spend so much time with Ana, I've fallen behind.
Lily: No. Well, the semester just started, so you'll catch up.
Lily: How is Ana doing?
Devon: She's doin' okay. She's doin' okay, other than every time she hears a knock at the door or the phone rings, she gets scared that someone's coming to take her away.
Lily: Poor thing. She belongs with Tyra.
Devon: Yeah, and I think it's ridiculous that the court ordered all of Tyra's visits to be supervised.
Lily: Uh, Billy wants to know what I'm doing later tonight.
Devon: Am I about to get ditched?
Lily: No, I got us a table out on the patio.
Devon: Okay. You gonna answer him back?
Lily: Well, let's just see how much we get done first. Don't give me that look, okay? Billy can wait.
Phyllis: Oh, look at you, back to the scene of the crime.
Jack: Hey, there. Here to make sure you don't pull any funny business with my brother.
Phyllis: Oh, I knew there was a reason I didn't miss you. What is up with the black eye?
Billy: I got in an accident. I think it gives me character.
Chloe: Hi, Billy.
Billy: Oh, Chloe, what are you doing here?
Chloe: What are you doing here?
Billy: I'm here for the shoot.
Phyllis: Yeah, he's one of "The men we love."
Chloe: (Laughs) No, really?
Billy: You know, I've been told by more than a few women that I'm considered handsome.
Chloe: Right, well, they were actually just feeding you a line.
Billy: Okay, why aren't you at home?
Chloe: Uh, because I work here.
Billy: I thought you were supposed to be at bed rest.
Chloe: No, the doctor gave me his blessings.
Phyllis: All right, I-I hate to break this up, but we have work to do.
Billy: Look, I'm sorry about this. Maybe your makeup guy can cover it up.
Phyllis: I don't want to cover it up. I like it. It does give you character, and I think it's sexy. Don't you, Chloe, think it's sexy?
Chloe: Oh, yeah, yeah, if you're into that sort of thing.
Cane: Here's your breakfast.
Phyllis: Yeah, I am.
Billy: Oh, don't tell me you're here to support me on my shoot.
Cane: This is your shoot?
Jack: What kind of game are you running here, Phyllis?
Phyllis: I'm not running any game. We're shooting them both together at the same time. It--it's not a big deal. Listen, we are running behind. Uh, Chloe and the photo editor George will fill you in, um, but I think this is gonna be fun. Excuse me.
Billy: (Chuckles sarcastically)
Nick: So you want to talk about it or not?
Sharon: I don't know.
Nick: You tell me last night you're getting a divorce from Jack, and then you take off without saying another word. Then you show up here this morning acting like nothing's happened. I don't mean to push, but...
Sharon: But you can't help yourself?
Nick: Well, we're still friends, right?
Sharon: Of course. Always.
Nick: Look, I really thought you made the right decision when you separated from Jack. I mean, the... (Sighs) The sex addiction and the sleeping with the hookers-- I just, you know, enough was enough, but you never once mentioned divorce.
Sharon: Well, because I was hoping that Jack would get some help, and we would fix this.
Nick: But you wouldn't give up without a fight, so something must have happened to push you over the edge. What was it?
Phyllis: Uh, you don't need to babysit your brother, Jack.
Jack: I'm here to keep an eye on you to make sure you stick with the game plan. Why would you call Billy and Cane in here at the same time?
Phyllis: To accommodate the photographer's schedule. This is not a big conspiracy against your brother.
Jack: Good. Billy's a major executive at Jabot. We don't need any bad publicity. In fact, if this begins to smack of a smear campaign, I'm--
Phyllis: Oh, brilliant, coming from you of all people. Amazing. All we're doing is taking pictures of the guys, writing a little blurb about each of 'em. They get to talk about their favorite charity.
Jack: Good. I'd like that in writing, signed by you.
Phyllis: Where is the love? I want to give my condolences. I heard about your divorce. You know, Jack, I warned you to stop messing up with Sharon. I warned you. How'd she break it to you?
Jack: Why don't you ask her?
Phyllis: Oh, I don't really need to ask her. I'll hear all about it when Nick comes back today.
Jack: Okay, I'll bite. Where's good old Nick?
Phyllis: Nick's in New York. He was there on business with Sharon, and I'm sure she cried on his shoulder yet again like she always does. I'm sure she told him every little detail.
Sharon: After that, I, uh, realized I just-- I couldn't take any more. Enough was enough.
Nick: This time he'd gone too far.
(Cell phone rings)
Sharon: Um, oh, gosh. I don't know who this is, but I'd better take it. Hello?
Jack: Don't hang up. It's me.
Sharon: I have nothing to say to you.
Jack: Wait, listen. I wouldn't have called if it wasn't important. Please?
Sharon: I'm gonna take this in private.
Sharon: Okay, I don't have much time. What do you want?
Jack: I know you're in New York on a business trip with Nick.
Sharon: Oh, really? Who told you that, Phyllis?
Jack: Look, I realize I don't have any right to ask, but I'm gonna ask anyway. Have you told Nick what I did? I mean, the whole...
Sharon: No, I did not. I have no intention of telling anyone that you and Adam forged that diary.
Jack: Thank you, Sharon.
Sharon: Well, don't read too much into it, okay? I haven't changed my mind about the divorce, and your attorney is going to be hearing from Michael Baldwin.
Jack: May I ask why did you decide not to tell Nick?
Sharon: Because I don't want to be the messenger. I don't want to hurt this family. I especially don't want to hurt Noah, but the truth is going to come out, Jack, and you are going to pay for it.
Sharon: I have to go.
Nick: You okay?
Sharon: Yeah, I'm fine.
Nick: I really hate leaving you like this.
Sharon: Well, you know, um, you have a plane to catch, and I have a meeting.
Nick: Okay. We'll talk when you get back.
Woman: (Speaking indistinctly)
Billy: Hey, Jack. Where you been?
Jack: Dodging a bullet.
Billy: I have seen bloodhounds that look happier than you.
Jack: So what kind of setup has Phyllis arranged for your photo shoot?
Billy: Well, I think they've captured my essence-- late night V.I.P. club booth, models, booze, me.
Jack: And what about you’re less talented and less good-looking brother?
Phyllis: Okay, I like this. This is what we're gonna play on, this--this look, you know, masculine, rugged. This is good.
Chloe: Yeah, it's actually like a boho, chic, outback adventure thing.
Cane: I'm in your hands.
Phyllis: Good, but your knuckles.
Cane: It's just a bruise.
Phyllis: Yeah, that's funny, because Billy has "Just a bruise" on his face. Kinda looks like someone punched him.
Cane: (Laughs) That's funny, 'cause it kinda feels like I punched someone.
Billy: We probably shouldn't revisit the past. This isn't the time or the place.
Chloe: You know what? Actually, I think this is exactly the place. Phyllis, go with me on this. Uh, I think that we should actually scrap the shoot.
Chloe: We don't shoot them separately. We shoot them together-- brothers, rivals.
Phyllis: So you want to play on their competitiveness.
Cane: Hang on, wait a minute.
Phyllis: Oh, wait, wait, wait. I think this is good, because everybody knows that you guys don't like each other.
George: Especially after that fight I saw on viewclick.
Phyllis: I know, right? Hello. Let's play with this. Let's do this.
Billy: Really, you want me to share a page with this guy here?
Cane: You'd have to deflate this guy's head if you want to try to fit us in the same frame, so...
Chloe: Actually, you know what we should do is that we should do an homage to the Warhol boxing portrait.
George: With basquiat, yeah. It's brilliant.
Chloe: Yes, and then all we need are shorts and boxing gloves. Easy.
Phyllis: That's good. Okay, there is a sporting goods store on Fifth Street.
George: Great, I'll send someone out to get it.
Phyllis: Good. Thank you, George.
Jack: Billy, you okay with this?
Billy: Why not, man?
Chloe: You'll be the boxing brothers. It'll be all the buzz.
Phyllis: Yeah, all the buzz, and its great publicity, publicity for your charities.
Cane: If it helps Grandma's foundation, I'll do it.
Billy: Can we stand side by side without killing each other, Cane?
Phyllis: I don't know, but we'll see, won't we? Oh, this is gonna be fun. Happy birthday!
Chloe: Oh, thank you.
Jack: So how you feelin'? How's the baby doin'?
Chloe: I didn't know you cared.
Jack: Ooh, I'm a sucker for pregnant women.
Phyllis: Oh, good. This is what I'm talkin' about. This is great.
Chloe: Look at your ribs. That is, like, from a serious fight.
Cane: Yeah, it didn't hurt.
Jack: How is it, Billy, you and I have lived together for some 20 years, and you've never taken a swing at me, yet Cane-- what, did it take less than six months?
Billy: Yeah, well, he swung first.
Cane: Yeah, whatever. You asked for it.
Phyllis: Okay, okay, I like this rivalry, but let's save it for the pictures, okay?
George: Okay, so let's start with the poses first, and then we'll get into the sparring, okay?
Man: Sounds good.
Phyllis: Yep, sounds really good. Uh, no physical contact, please, boys. Go on. Come on.
Man: All right, guys. You look great. You look great. A little farther back.
Cane: Can you move over?
Man: A little farther back.
Billy: Come on in.
Man: Great. All right, guys, focus. Hands up.
Man: Great. Great.
Billy: Come on.
Cane: (Breathing heavily)
Man: Nice. Nice, guys. Good. Good.
Man: A bit more intense, a bit more intense.
Cane: (Breathing heavily)
Man: Great. Great. Great. Now, uh, cross--cross your arms. Cross your arms.
Phyllis: Yeah. They're looking good.
Man: Turn this way, guys...
Chloe: Yeah, my husband...
Man: Towards each other.
Chloe: He looks incredible.
Man: That's it, guys. Good work.
Phyllis: Good work, guys. You were fantastic. Excellent. Thank you so much.
George: Good job.
Chloe: You look-- you look great.
Cane: Thank you.
Jack: You're telling me you have no feeling at all for that baby she's carrying?
Billy: Come on, Jack, this is my big modeling debut. Why you gotta ruin the mood? I wonder if Lily's free.
Lily: (Sighs) Gosh, I'm getting cross-eyed.
Devon: Yeah, let's take a break. How about that?
Devon: Want a refill?
Lily: Yes, please.
Devon: Well, you can take this free time to text, uh, Billy.
Lily: What are you, his P.R. agent?
Devon: No, I'm not his P.R. agent. Uh, the guy helped us find Rafe and got him to work on Thanksgiving on Ana’s case, and I thought you liked him.
Lily: I do like him. I like him a lot.
Devon: Which makes perfect sense. The more you like a guy, the less you want to talk to him. (Chuckles) All right. This about Cane, 'cause they're brothers?
Lily: Well, it definitely doesn't make things any easier, that's for sure.
Devon: What, did Billy do something?
Lily: No, he's--he's been great. I just--I've been busy.
Devon: Okay, you'd make a horrible poker player.
Lily: (Laughs) Shut up. I don't know. I just--I don't-- I don't recognize myself with Billy, you know?
Devon: What does that mean?
Lily: Well, I'm just-- I'm doing things with him that I wouldn't normally do.
Devon: Okay. So you're, uh, out of your comfort zone with him. What's wrong with that?
Lily: Well, um... (Clears throat) We kind of took things to the next level.
Lily: (Laughs) This is awkward.
Devon: Uh, so do you regret that or...
Lily: No. It's just that I-I'm just-- I wasn't expecting it, you know? I mean, part of me is happy that I'm not my same old self with him. You know, I'm not analyzing every single thing like, "Oh, is he the one?"
Lily: But, you know, I'm having a lot of fun with him.
Devon: All right, that-- and--and that's why you don't want to text him back. You're not makin' any sense.
Lily: Okay, you know Billy’s reputation.
Devon: Well, I know he's not known as Mr. Monogamy, but, uh, are you afraid that he's gonna be with you one night and then someone else the next?
Lily: Well, yeah, of course, and it's just-- it's too soon for us to have the big relationship talk.
Devon: Well, yeah, nothin' scares away a guy faster than that, but, uh, what message are you sending Billy by not answering his calls?
Billy: Hi. You know, that was a good idea you had.
Chloe: Mm, a compliment.
Billy: I like the boxing thing.
Chloe: No, I think that you just like girls ogling over your pictures.
Billy: Now what's all bad with that? Hey, did you notice how I kicked butt standin' there next to Cane?
Chloe: Mm. Hmm. I think you're delusional. (Scoffs)
Billy: It's possible.
Billy: Hey, we finished here?
Chloe: Uh, yeah, looks that way.
Billy: Good. I'm gonna meet Lily.
Chloe: Yeah, you know, I-I have to know. What does she think about you and Cane having a big smackdown over her?
Billy: A-actually, we didn't fight over Lily. I said some things about you that I shouldn't have, and I'm sorry, but, uh, your husband Cane is old-school. He defended your honor.
Chloe: He--he didn't tell me.
Billy: I think you're starting to get to him, little mama.
Devon: Hey, you need to calm down, okay? Billy's on his way.
Lily: I know. I just--what do I say to him? I--
Devon: You say--hey, Billy.
Billy: Hey, how are ya?
Lily: Oh, my gosh, your face.
Billy: Hey, you. Uh, yeah, that's a funny story.
Devon: Yeah, I'd love to, uh, stay and hear about that funny story, but I'm gonna take off, all right, you two? Okay, see ya.
Billy: See ya. So that funny story, what happened to my face-- it was Cane's knuckles.
Lily: Yeah, he, uh, he told me. We actually ran into each other.
Billy: Really? What'd he have to say?
Lily: You know what? Let's not talk about Cane. So...
Billy: Not talking about Cane is one of my favorite pastimes. So you want to tell me why your brother exited so quickly or... I mean, come on. I-I-I haven't seen you or talked to you since the, uh...
Lily: Yeah, I know. I know.
Billy: Do you care to tell me why? I-I'm confused here. You haven't returned a single one of my calls.
Lily: I know. I'm--I'm sorry. I've--I have been avoiding you.
Billy: Really? Well, want to tell me why?
Lily: (Sighs) Okay, I know that you've probably heard this a million times, but I have never done anything like this before. You know, I'm a different person when I'm around you. I'm not usually like that.
Billy: It's okay. You're confused. You don't know what you want.
Lily: Well, actually, I know exactly what I want.
Billy: (Clears throat)
Cane: So the, uh, boxing idea was interesting.
Chloe: Oh, thank you.
Cane: How you feeling? You tired?
Chloe: Uh, yeah. Actually, I am a little tired.
Cane: It's your first day back on the job. You shouldn't do too much. How about I take you home?
Chloe: Um... (Sighs) I think I need to wrap some things up first.
Cane: Okay, I'll wait.
Chloe: Okay. Great.
Phyllis: Here you go, in writing, I promise not to write anything demeaning about Billy or Jabot.
Jack: Thanks for this. Sorry for the hassle. It's just that I remember your famous "Letter from the editor."
Phyllis: Oh, yeah. Yeah, that was good, but, uh, that was a one-shot deal. I don't do that kind of stuff anymore.
Jack: Oh, Nick keeping you on a shorter leash these days?
Phyllis: I have full rein here at "Restless Style."
Jack: Well, then it's a good thing I had you sign this, 'cause sooner or later, you'll get tired of tamping down the real Phyllis, and woe to anyone who gets in your way when that day comes.
Phyllis: You know, Jack, you think you know me, but you really have no clue.
Jack: I was married to you, Sugar.
Phyllis: I was a very different person back then.
Jack: You're the same person. You may have fooled your husband, but deep down, the same devious heart beats in there.
Phyllis: At least I have a heart, and I have a husband who loves me.
Jack: Good luck holding onto him.
Phyllis: You know, wait a second.
Jack: Oh, you got a parting zinger for me?
Phyllis: I want you to be in this issue.
Jack: An issue entitled "Men we love."
Phyllis: Yes, "Men we love... and the one we love to hate."
Jack: Now why should I play along with you on this?
Phyllis: Because you get to talk about your favorite charity, and it's free publicity.
Jack: And you'll agree to the same thing for me, nothing negative about me or Jabot anywhere in the issue?
Phyllis: Absolutely, Jack.
Jack: So I get to throw a bone to my old partners and raise some money for the Abbott foundation.
Phyllis: Yeah. It's great, right?
Jack: Let's do it.
Phyllis: Hey, George, it's Phyllis. Can, um, you ask the photographer to set up for one more shoot?
Brad: An O.J., Please.
Sharon: Hi, Brad.
Brad: Sharon, hi.
Sharon: What are you doing in New York?
Brad: I'm meeting with my broker, trying to make sense of my portfolio, if that's possible. It looks like I-I just made it in time, huh? The weather's changing. What are you doing here?
Sharon: Um, Beauty of Nature. Nick and I just closed a deal with a major east coast representative, and I just closed a deal with the associate from the west.
Brad: Wow. Congratulations.
Sharon: Thank you.
Brad: You're welcome. You hurrying off?
Sharon: Uh, no.
Brad: Great. Why don't you join me?
Lily: So I just-- I needed a couple of days of not seeing you just to figure things out, you know? I mean, you're into the casual sex thing, and I'm not.
Billy: I know you're not.
Lily: And I know that you're not looking for a serious relationship, you know, and I take everything seriously, but, you know, it'll be good for me. It's nice after everything that has happened to just have fun.
Billy: I'm having lots of fun with you.
Lily: Good. I am, too. So... (Sighs) Let's just, you know, go back to plan A. We'll just--we'll hang out, and we'll keep it chill and just take a step back. So are you okay with that?
Billy: Oh, I'm more than okay with that.
Billy: But, um, just how far back do you want to take it?
Billy: Can I kiss you?
Lily: You have to ask?
Chloe: Okay, well, um, I'm officially exhausted, and I don't think I can hold out for this next shoot.
Cane: All right, well, I'll pull up the car, and then I'll come and get you.
Chloe: Okay. Uh, you know, Billy told me how the, uh, fight started, and, um, well, he said that he said something negative, and you hit him.
Cane: Yeah, it was an in-the-moment kind of thing.
Chloe: Well, no one's ever defended me before. So why'd you do it?
Cane: 'Cause you're the mother of my child.
Chloe: Thank you.
Jack: Collar out?
Phyllis: Yeah, that's good. That is quite incredible. What do you think, Jack?
Jack: I like the whole Sinatra, chairman-of-the-board thing.
Phyllis: Yeah, that was my inspiration, pretty much the rat in the rat pack.
Man: Turn away from the camera and look over your right shoulder. Nice.
Brad: Sounds like you've had a great trip so far, huh? How long you staying?
Sharon: Um, well, I don't know. It depends on the weather. I mean, who knows? I'm supposed to leave tonight. So what's, um, what's going on, Brad?
Sharon: Well, you showed up at my hotel room on New Year’s Eve when I was low, and now here you are in New York out of the blue and staying at the same hotel I'm at.
Brad: Sharon, Lila used to book me into this hotel all the time when I worked at Newman.
Sharon: Too much of a coincidence.
Brad: Okay, you're right. I'm stalking you.
Sharon: Okay, well, I know that this sounds crazy, but if I didn't know that you and Phyllis were enemies, I would swear that she set this up, and you two are in cahoots.
Brad: Oh, Sharon, come--
(Cell phone rings)
Brad: Excuse me a second. I have to take this.
Sharon: Mm-hmm. Oh, my God.
Nick: There's a storm system west of here. My flight was canceled.
Nick: Brad, what are you doing here?
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Heather: I have no proof...
Victor: That doesn't mean--
Heather: That Jack Abbott was involved.
Victor: Life has a way of catching up with you.
Adam: I'll get a confession, okay? Just set it up. I can get Jack to talk.
Nick: Phyllis helped break up their marriage.
Sharon: What are you talking about?
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