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Episode # 9729 ~ Daniel is Dismayed When He Visits Lily
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Neil: Hi, Katherine.
Neil: Did you see the preliminary figures for last month's sales?
Kay: Mm-hmm, yeah. Jack has sent them over to me with, uh, a reminder of Jabot being on track at its best third quarter ever.
Neil: Aha. This holiday season could be off the charts.
Kay: No doubt.
Neil: (Clears throat) Um, Tucker's gotta be kicking himself that you snaked Jabot out from under him.
Kay: Well, he's going to be apoplectic when our new marketing team gets started, believe me.
Neil: You--you hired someone?
Kay: I hired someone, he hired someone, and we decided to let them work together and see what happens.
Neil: Really? Who?
Kay: Jill and Genevieve.
Neil: Gen-- Genevieve Atkinson?
Neil: Sharing a husband, uh, didn't make Jill and Genevieve hate each other enough? Now you've got 'em sharing a job, too, huh?
Kay: Well, thank God, uh, Jill ousted her husband and, uh, uh, good, healthy competition keeps everyone, um, energized.
Eden: I've got this.
Colin: I'll take a flat white.
Kevin: That's Australian for latte. Anything else for you?
Jack: Add a couple old-fashioned regular coffee and a big box of pastries to this guy's tab.
Jack: The least you can do is treat my staff after stickin' me with your lunch bill yesterday.
Colin: Yeah, it was a hell of a lunch, wasn't it? Uh, I figure that's gotta cover it.
Kevin: Comin' right up.
Colin: You know, it's a small price to pay for you taking my soon-to-be ex-wife off my hands.
Jack: Oh, I don't get the sense that Genevieve gets taken anywhere.
Colin: Good luck with that one.
Jack: Well, same to you, if you can manage to worm your way back into Jill's life.
Jill: You've gotta be kidding me. (Scoffs)
Jill: You're back.
Genevieve: Jack runs the company.
Jill: Katherine owns the company.
Genevieve: Hello, Jack.
Jill: Hello, Katherine?
Chloe: Oh, sorry. I...
Nina: No, it's okay. Hey, how's Delia?
Chloe: Um, well, it looks like it was just a really bad virus that she just couldn't kick.
Nina: She's all right now, though?
Chloe: (Sighs) Yeah.
Chloe: Yeah, thank God. And hallelujah for my mom's chicken soup. I can finally breathe again.
Nina: (Laughs) I know. Kids will do that to you, won't they?
Nina: From the minute they're born, even before, how you are depends on how they are.
Chloe: Still no word from Chance?
Nina: No. I got one son out of touch in a war zone 7,000 miles from here...
Chloe: And the other one is just within walking distance.
Nina: (Scoffs) Well, Ronan might as well be a million miles away.
Ronan: I'm off the clock, you guys. Somebody from the D.A.'s office was supposed to pick this up.
Heather: Somebody from the D.A.'s office is here.
Ronan: Okay, well, I wasn't expecting to see--
Heather: You're not the only one who can waltz back into town like nothing ever happened. Of course, uh, at least I was polite enough to say good-bye to my family and friends.
Ronan: Okay, if you don't have any questions, contain--
Heather: Have you even attempted to talk to your mother?
Ronan: If anything comes up, I'll be at the gym.
Lily: Hi. Hi.
Daniel: Hey, sorry for just popping in like this.
Lily: Yeah, um, what do you need?
Daniel: I don't need anything. I just was driving by and thought maybe we'd take the twins to the park or something.
Lily: Oh, um... (Sighs) That's--that's-- that's nice. I-I can't right now. I mean, they're not dressed, either, so...
Daniel: Well, there's no rush. I mean, I can wait.
Lily: Well, I actually also have an appointment later, so I'll ta--I'll call you later.
Cane: Hey, I put the towels in the washer after the twins' bath.
Lily: No, Cane did not spend the night, and we are not back together.
Daniel: So then what's he doing here?
Lily: I just realized that Charlie and Matty-- they need their father.
Daniel: They don't need somebody who makes their mother's life miserable.
Lily: Yeah, but I-I-- regardless of how I feel, you know, I can't keep him away from his children.
Daniel: Really? Somebody who--who uses you, who lies to you?
Cane: They are my children.
Cane: Do you want me to go?
Daniel: You know what? Maybe I should go.
Lily: No, Daniel, please. Please don't. Please.
Cane: It's Matty. Um... I'll take care of it.
Daniel: How can you let him back into your life?
Lily: No, he--he is in town not because of me, but because of the twins. That's why.
Daniel: You know, the three of you, you're a unit, you know? H-he can't just see the twins on his own. They--they can't just go and see their dad any time they want.
Lily: People make custody arrangements all the time.
Daniel: This guy knows where you go and what you do. He knows where they go. All it took was for him to say that he wanted to see them to get his way back into your house.
Lily: Okay, listen. (Sighs) You are right. You're right. Cane and I, we have things that we have to work out. But please, Daniel, just give us time to do that, okay? Please?
Kevin: So you've emerged. Does that mean Delia's cold was just a cold?
Chloe: (Sighs) Well, the doctor took some tests, and whatever it was, it just seems to be gone.
Kevin: That's great.
Eden: And here you go, Chloe.
Chloe: Oh, thank you, Eden.
Chloe: Wow. You had my fave ready and waiting.
Kevin: Well, I, you know, I just saw you through the window. Uh, why didn't you bring Delia by?
Chloe: Oh, she is all hyped up. She wants to go to the zoo. I bargained her down to a nap, and then maybe she can go to the zoo with Mom.
Kevin: That is a good compromise. You want a brownie with that?
Chloe: Um, no, actually, um, I-I've got a thing I've--I've gotta do. Uh, do-- are you around later?
Kevin: Uh, later-- tonight later? Yeah.
Chloe: Um, no, like, I don't know, lunch later?
Kevin: Oh, uh, no. I-I-I gotta--I can't. I have--I have plans.
Chloe: Secret plans?
Kevin: No, not secret.
Chloe: Then why are you doing the deal?
Kevin: What deal? No deal.
Chloe: (Laughs) Yeah, right there. There we--back and forth, shuffling your feet avoiding deal.
Kevin: (Clears throat) Feet firmly planted.
Chloe: You have a date.
Kevin: No, I-- I just have a lunch.
Chloe: No, that's-- that's great. That's really great. I'm glad you're, uh, getting back out there. (Chuckles) That's great.
Jack: Whitney, can you pass these around? Yeah, I heard you, Katherine. I will handle--
(Indistinct shouting) (Voices overlapping)
Jack: Stop! These are the facts. You two are going to have to find a way to work with each other.
Genevieve: In the same office, Jack?
Jill: We are nose-to-nose here.
Jack: You don't have to like it. You don't have to like each other.
Jill: Oh, my God.
Jack: You both have skills that are valuable.
Genevieve: Skills?! Are you kidding me?
Jill: Please! Skills? The extent of her business vocabulary is "Duh," and "Huh?"
Genevieve: And your lack of creativity is monolithic!
Jill: Oh, my God, I doubt that you would recognize a marketing plan if it slapped you in the face.
Genevieve: (Laughs) And I don't think you'd recognize a creative new idea if it came up and kicked you in the butt.
Jill: Really? Well, try me.
Genevieve: Oh, don't tempt me.
Chloe: You're back.
Heather: (Scoffs) You're so observant. So any word on Chance?
Chloe: Uh, no. The military hasn't confirmed if he's missing or...
Heather: Or just on some secret assignment.
Chloe: Yeah. I'm looking for Ronan.
Heather: Of course you are. (Sighs)
Chloe: (Scoffs) No, no, no, no. I just--I've decided that I'm ready to get into his face about some things.
Heather: All right. Sounds like a good idea. You should try the Athletic Club.
Jack: Enough. Enough!
Jill: Tell her!
Genevieve: She's the one who started it.
Jack: No, no, I am telling you both. I have worked too long and too hard to be back in charge of Jabot.
Jill: She's the one who's ruining everything.
Genevieve: She's the one with the attitude.
Jack: I have finally got this company on an upswing. I am not going to let either of you mess with that.
Jill: Jack, you--
Jack: Jill, stop. Play nice. Find a way to put the company's best interests ahead of whatever hassles you are dealing with, or I will get rid of you both. There. Make it work.
Jill: Well, at least I am gonna call building services. I'll tell you that. I'm gonna have these desks pushed as far apart as possible.
Genevieve: This is how Jack set them up, but if you can't handle it, I certainly understand.
Jill: Oh, Genevieve, I can handle anything.
Jack: Jill and Genevieve have agreed to put their personal differences aside and work for the good of the company.
Kay: And how long do you think that will last?
Jack: (Sighs) Are you still at Gloworm?
Kay: Well, Neil and I are just finishing up. Why?
Jack: We need to have a private conversation.
Kay: Well, come by the house later, hmm? All right, thank you, Jack.
Neil: Hmm. Katherine, are you sure you don't want to stay for the meeting with the supplier?
Kay: No, I really want to get home, Neil.
Neil: Ahh, you want to, uh, wish Murphy a bon voyage?
Kay: Well, Murphy's always liked his Alaskan fishing trips. I'm gonna miss him. You will e-mail the update afterwards?
Neil: Absolutely. I'll do that, yes. Um, how did Jack say the Jill/Genevieve thing's going?
Kay: He thinks they're gonna be great for Jabot.
Neil: Or a disaster.
Kay: (Chuckles) Okay, my friend.
Neil: Thank you, Katherine.
Eden: Looks like things are cool between you and Chloe.
Kevin: Yeah. I guess we just figured out we were better off as friends.
Eden: You figured?
Kevin: Yeah. We've moved on. Kinda like you did from Noah.
Eden: Yeah. That was slick telling her you had a date.
Kevin: I do have a date.
Daniel: Hey, you got a sec?
Eden: Oh, you want me to go?
Daniel: No, um, no. You know, maybe a female perspective would be good on this. Um...
Kevin: What's goin' on?
Daniel: I just went to Lily's, and guess who was there?
Kevin: Not Cane.
Daniel: Yeah, like he never left. I don't really know what to do here.
Eden: Well, what do you want to do?
Daniel: I want her to put the brakes on this, but, I mean, she's not gonna listen to me.
Kevin: Hmm. I think maybe staying out of it might be best.
Daniel: No, no. I'm not gonna let that idiot hurt her again.
Eden: How bad did it get between the two of them?
Kevin: Really bad. He sent her into the mental hospital.
Cane: I can't get over how mobile they are.
Lily: Yeah, they can move, all right.
Cane: They've grown so much.
Lily: Well, things change. That's inevitable.
Cane: Yeah, but they s-- I think they still remember me.
Lily: Yeah, they do.
Cane: You know, I've missed, uh, I've missed the babies. I've missed Humphrey, and I've missed you.
Lily: Um, do you want some coffee?
Cane: Um, I would rather you tell me what you're thinking.
Lily: Well, what I'm thinking is that it just feels weird-- you being in this house, considering the last time you were here, you pretended to be a ghost.
Cane: Yeah, I know. I know. And I could apologize, but it's not gonna--
Lily: No, I-I don't-- I don't need that. But I'm not as easy as the kids are.
Cane: I don't expect this to be easy.
Lily: I mean, I can't just switch gears from you being dead to you doing laundry and acting like the last seven months haven't even happened.
Ronan: What the--
Woman: Hi, uh, is Kevin around?
Eden: Uh, is he expecting you?
Woman: I hope so.
Eden: Uh, I'm Eden.
Woman: Nice to meet you.
Eden: Well, good to meet you, too...
Jodi: Jodi Wing. Sorry if my palms are sweaty. Its first date nerves.
Kevin: Hey, Jodi.
Jodi: Oh, hey.
Kevin: You look nice.
Jodi: Oh, so do you.
Kevin: Thanks. So lunch-- in the mood for anything in particular?
Jodi: I was thinking about trying the new Mexican place up by the golf course. Have you been?
Kevin: Mm, no. Let's go there.
Jodi: Just give me a minute to get ready.
Kevin: (Chuckles) Okay.
Eden: I owe you an apology.
Kevin: Yeah, you do. Like I would lie about having a date. Come on now.
Eden: She's pretty cute. Are you sure she doesn't have a reappearing husband lurking somewhere?
Kevin: (Sighs) Thinking about Daniel?
Eden: What's he gonna do about this whole Lily thing?
Kevin: I don't know. I think keeping his mouth shut is the safest way to go.
Neil: Adam, I'll have the contracts overnighted. Thank you. I appreciate it. (Clears throat)
Daniel: Neil. (Clears throat)
Neil: Yeah, how's it goin', Daniel?
Daniel: Um, yeah, your assistant said you might be here. I'm really glad I caught you.
Neil: Everything okay?
Daniel: I don't think so.
Neil: Is this to do with Lily?
Daniel: You know she's gonna hate me if I talk to you about her personal stuff, right?
Neil: But there's something that you really think I should know, huh?
Daniel: I just stopped by her house this morning, and Cane was there.
Neil: I hope you kicked him out.
Daniel: Oh, I would have loved to, but she invited him over.
Neil: She-- no, that--this can't be right.
Daniel: He said that he wanted to see the kids or something. I mean, that would make sense if this was a normal situation.
Neil: But it's not.
Daniel: No, it's not. I think that Lily might be letting Cane back into her life, and, Neil, I'm worried about her.
Neil: I am, too, Daniel.
Cane: Yeah, well, it turns out I have a really good reason to stay in town now, so I will, uh, see you tonight, okay? Okay. So that was Jimmy's. It turns out they didn't fill the bartending position, so, um, they let me come back.
Lily: If only it were that easy for you to undo other things you've done.
Cane: You know I'm prepared to spend the rest of my life making this up to you and the babies.
Lily: (Sighs) Cane, I meant what I told Daniel-- that I will allow you to be a part of the twins' lives, with boundaries, but not a part of mine.
Cane: Just tell me what sort of boundaries you need.
Lily: Well, I still won't share custody with you, but... I will revise the divorce papers and allow you to have supervised visitation.
Cane: Okay. Okay.
Lily: Um, I think that you should go now.
Cane: Can I, uh, call you in a couple of days so I can come and see the kids?
Lily: I'll-- I'll just text you in a couple days.
Ronan: Okay, what the hell's wrong with you exactly?
Chloe: (Chuckles) Oh, what the hell is wrong with me? I'm not the one who's playing head games with Nina.
Ronan: Oh, okay, so we're gonna have the Nina conversation again. Yeah?
Chloe: And what's up with you just showing up? You show up for some stupid case, not even realizing how your presence affects anyone in this town.
Ronan: "Stupid" case? Okay, first off, I'm here to do my job, okay?
Chloe: Yeah, and you amble back in with no--no apologies, no explanations, nothing.
Ronan: Apologies? Apologies to who exactly, Chloe?
Chloe: If you can't see what a good person and what a loving mother Nina is, then I'm sorry. That's your loss, you know? I-I can't teach you how to be an adoring son. So why don't you try to be a respectful one? Stop hurting Nina and leave town.
Jill: (Typing loudly)
Genevieve: I guess I'll take a break.
Jill: Good. Make it a long one. (Continues typing)
Genevieve: Enjoy the peace. Oh, what beautiful flowers. Someone sent me flowers. Isn't that lovely? How gorgeous. Come in.
Jill: Why would you assume that the flowers are for you? There are two of us here.
Genevieve: Yes, but only one of us is dating a romantic. Tell me, where do I sign? Very pretty.
Man: Sign right here, Ms. Fenmore.
Jill: (Laughs triumphantly)
Jill: (Laughs) Didn't you have somewhere to be? "Ms. Fenmore." Thank you. Could you please put these on my desk?
Jill: Mmm. Mmm.
Colin: Hope you enjoy them.
Kay: Well, the place is, uh, is emptier since... Murph went on his fishing trip.
Kay: Oh, I am so sorry. I wasn't thinking.
Nina: No, it's okay. Everything reminds me of Chance. Sending Murphy off to the airport and the blue star flag flying outside. Just--
Kay: Come on. Come on. Come on. Come on.
Nina: I just wish I could hear from him.
Kay: Chance--Chance is gonna come back to us.
Nina: (Sighs) It'd be too unfair otherwise. I've already lost one son more than once.
Kay: You're speaking of Ronan being stolen from you?
Nina: I missed his whole life, and I finally found him, and he doesn't want anything to do with me.
Kay: (Scoffs) The fault is with Ronan, for heaven sakes. I mean, you and Chance saved the boy's life, and he just took off.
Nina: But he's still my son. And maybe he's this way because I wasn't there for him when he needed me.
Kay: No one has a pain-free childhood. But at some point, the adult must take responsibility for his own choices, his own actions.
Nina: (Sighs) Which would make me right and Ronan wrong.
Kay: I'm afraid so.
Nina: And me still without my boys.
Kay: Come on.
Nina: I'm gonna take a walk, okay?
Ronan: Trying to find a murderer isn't stupid.
Chloe: There are so many other cops that can investigate this case.
Ronan: None better than me.
Chloe: (Scoffs) You know, you are the one person in this town that can do something that no one else can and that is support your mother, and you won't do it.
Ronan: Okay, okay, you don't get to tell me how to treat Nina, okay?
Chloe: You know what? If you can't be a son, then why don't you stand up and be a man? Leave. Leave, so everyone who cares about you actually has a shot at forgetting you.
Ronan: Do you think the only reason I came back to this town is for work?
Chloe: Well, that's what it looks like.
Chloe: (Scoffs) You know, that case is the only thing that you care about.
Ronan: You know what? You have no idea why I came back to this town, and you have no idea why I left.
Kay: Jack, if this is about Jill and Genevieve--
Jack: No, this is about me, and how I'm hitting the stratosphere with Jabot.
Kay: As you keep reminding me.
Jack: Every project I have initiated has not only been a success, it has been a home run. Am I exaggerating?
Kay: Not yet.
Jack: Jabot is healthier, stronger, and more successful than it has been ever. Only one thing would make it better.
Kay: Well, I'm afraid to ask.
Jack: I'm asking you to sell me controlling interest in Jabot.
Kay: Go on.
Jack: You'll still have a huge profit from your shares.
Kay: As long as the company is making money.
Jack: As long as I'm running the company, it will. Why not sell it to me? You have no attachment to Jabot.
Kay: Oh, I beg to differ.
Jack: You took it to teach Tucker a lesson, and that's fine, but it's over. You won. Why not sell it to me?
Kay: You propose to offer me something I need more?
Jack: I will spend every last dime I have to get majority interest in Jabot and control.
Colin: I ran into Jack. He told me about, uh, your new job and... your partner. Thought I'd just drop in and say good luck...
Colin: With both.
Jill: Wait. Thank you... for the flowers.
Colin: It was a pleasure.
Jill: Colin, I apologize.
Colin: For what?
Jill: For slamming the door in your face last night. I was really, really upset because Cane was leaving town, and I blamed you.
Colin: I'm to blame for-- for the greater part of that.
Jill: So why did you come? What were you gonna tell me?
Colin: Nothing that's gonna change your feelings towards me, but I felt I-I owed you an explanation.
Jill: (Scoffs) Could I have it, please?
Colin: I so much wanted to rebuild my family. And in the end, I did just the opposite. (Sighs) I shall regret that w-with everything in me.
Jill: Yeah, you never should have come to Genoa City.
Colin: I don't regret that. (Sighs) I got to meet you. I fell in love, experienced a joy and a passion I never thought I'd see in my life again. No, I'm not gonna regret you.
Genevieve: Thank you. You didn't leave.
Genevieve: Why not?
Cane: Well, I was leaving because I felt like I was hurting Lily and the kids every time I ran into them.
Genevieve: But that hasn't changed.
Cane: No, it hasn't changed, but now she's letting me see them-- Matty and Charlie, that is, so I'm gonna stay.
Genevieve: That's it?
Cane: Well, now I can also keep an eye on you and Dad, can't I?
Genevieve: Oh, my God. You never had any intention of going anywhere.
Neil: Is Cane still here?
Lily: No, he's not. (Sighs)
Neil: Lily, what the hell are you thinking, hmm? You cannot trust that man again.
Jodi: So who's driving? You or me?
Kevin: Me, since I asked you out.
Jodi: And if I asked you out?
Kevin: I would say yes.
Jodi: (Quietly) I love that he is so male... and hot. (Chuckles)
Eden: Have a nice lunch.
Kevin: After you.
Daniel: Hey, where's Kev?
Eden: Oh, you just missed him.
Eden: Are you lookin' for more advice?
Daniel: No, I just wanted to bounce something off of him and see if I did the right thing.
Eden: Oh, well, what'd you do?
Daniel: I may have told Neil about Cane. Lily's probably gonna be pretty pissed at me.
Daniel: Thanks. You're not making me feel any better here, Eden.
Eden: But I think you did the right thing... that it was very male.
Daniel: What is that supposed to mean?
Eden: Well, to protect Lily, you risked her being angry at you. I mean, that takes guts, plus integrity. Those qualities are kind of rare in a guy. When she gets over being mad, she'll see that, too.
Lily: Daniel never should have talked to you about this.
Neil: He was concerned, with good reason.
Lily: Okay, well, I'm old enough to take care of myself. I don't need my dad to come intercede for me, thank you very much.
Neil: Lily, no one is disputing that.
Lily: You're trying to tell me what to do.
Neil: No, no, I'm not. I'm trying to remind you that you had excellent reasons to divorce Cane. The man manipulated and lied to us all, didn't he? He drove you to literally question your sanity.
Lily: Yeah, I-I remember, Dad. I lived it.
Neil: Then why are you letting him near--a-anywhere near you or your children?
Lily: Because, you know, I also lived Cane taking care of me when I was puking from chemo, and carrying me when I was too weak to walk for myself.
Lily: And somehow managing on two hours of sleep when we brought Matty and Charlie home from the hospital because I was sick and recovering, and he wanted me to rest.
Neil: That doesn't begin to make up for what he's done since.
Lily: Okay, well, my recent past with Cane doesn't blot out everything that happened before all this. Nor does it blot out everything that's gonna come next.
Neil: Ne--wait a minute. Are you talking a-about a future with Cane?
Lily: No, no, I'm talking about Matty and Charlie's future. I can't just keep him from his children so I can punish him. (Stammers) That's unfair. That's selfish. They deserve to have their father's love, just like I did.
Neil: Oh, Lily, come on. You know what you're doing? You're--you're forgiving something that shouldn't-- you are making a mistake.
Lily: Okay, you know what? I'm not gonna argue with you about this, so you--
Neil: I don't want to argue with you, either.
Neil: I-I'm just-- I'm your dad, okay? I'm worried. I'm concerned about you.
Lily: Right, well, I'm not gonna change my mind, either, so maybe you should just leave.
Genevieve: I can't believe I fell for it.
Cane: You didn't fall for anything.
Genevieve: You were never going anywhere. It was just a setup to get Lily to ask you to stay.
Cane: I had a plane ticket. I was at the airport. I didn't expect her to turn up with the twins.
Genevieve: Yeah, but you were pretty sure she would. Weren't you? I mean, and even if she hadn't, you could always come up with an excuse for having missed the flight. Well played, Ethan.
Cane: You can believe what you want.
Genevieve: You are your father's son after all.
Jill: Mm. Stop it. We shouldn't be doing this. We shouldn't be doing this here or anywhere.
Colin: Mm, then stop.
Jill: I can't. (Sighs) (Sighs)
Paul: Hey, there.
Nina: You're back.
Paul: I am. I got back this morning.
Nina: Good trip?
Paul: Yes, it was.
Paul: So, uh, what have you been up to?
Nina: Oh, just thinkin' about Chance and Ronan. I just have so many questions. Did Ronan really use us? Does he feel nothing? I really wish I could let this go, but I-I just--I want answers.
Paul: I know, and you deserve them.
Nina: Well, apparently, Ronan doesn't think so.
Paul: (Sighs) Well, Ronan is not my favorite guy, um...
Nina: Well, I can understand that after the way he treated Heather.
Paul: And you. But I could talk to him if you'd like.
Nina: You think he would open up to you?
Paul: Well, who knows? But sometimes, people find it easier to come clean to a-a third party. That happens all the time in my work. Listen, um, I have to discuss a little business with Katherine.
Nina: Oh, yeah, sure.
Paul: But we can talk about this later.
Nina: Okay, good. Yeah.
Jack: You don't have to give me an answer right now, but you'd be wise to take me up on my offer.
Kay: Well, I will consider that.
Jack: I'll take that as a good sign.
Paul: Well, I'll see you later, okay?
Paul: Oh, I'm sorry to interrupt. Uh, I need to speak with Katherine privately if-- I-I'll wait in the library.
Jack: No, no, no, no, no, wait, uh, Katherine's a very popular woman today. Uh, I'll leave you to her. Thank you.
Kay: Ah, thank you, Jack.
Paul: All right, Jack.
Kay: Well, that was a short trip.
Paul: Yes, it was.
Kay: Uh, did it pay off?
Paul: It did.
Kay: (Claps hands)
Paul: I have news about Tucker's son.
Ronan: Yeah? Yeah? Yeah, cool it! Hey, hey, I'm coming. Just calm--
Chloe: Listen, you don't leave me hanging like that at the basketball court!
Chloe: You tell me what you were talking about. Come on! Come on. Make me understand. Make me understand why you left and why you came back.
Ronan: Stop it. Stop it. Stop it!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Devon: I can't believe that you would say to me after one bad break just give up on it. To hell with that.
Jill: Chloe, where the hell are you? Delia is sick.
Kay: You know the identity of Tucker's son?
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