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Episode # 9734 ~ Victor Offers Billy a Heartbreaking Choice
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Nick: What? Phyllis? Are you and Avery sisters?
Phyllis: What are you doing here?
Avery: Oh, God, our meeting. Phyllis, I swear, I was gonna keep quiet just like you asked.
Phyllis: That makes it okay then, doesn't it?
Adam: Thank you.
Chloe: I just... I just smile and act like nothing's wrong. (Sighs) 'Cause mom can front with the best. But, God, I gotta tell ya, I'm... (Sighs) This whole daddy thing... I was just wishing he would show up, like, yesterday.
(Metal door clangs open)
Victor: Get up.
Colin: (Whistling softly)
Genevieve: Missing something, "Little Piggy"?
Jill: Devon Hamilton? You made him an heir?
Kay: How dare you take my papers?!
Jill: I didn't take-- you left this-- that's not even the point, okay? And, Mitchell, what do you know about this? Is this--has she been scammed?
Mitchell: Well, it does beg the question, yes. Why Devon, and why such a substantial portion of a very substantial estate? But I've been warned not to ask.
Kay: And I'm warning you again, Mitchell.
Jill: Well, Katherine, if it's not a scam, it's dementia, 'cause you're out of your mind.
Devon: That's right. I'm heading a new Chancellor label. No, it's a long-term contract. It's not that "I'm in, I'm out," uh, junk that McCall pulled. Yeah, so the next, uh, the next demo you get that has any heat, make sure you send it my way, okay? All right, thanks. Bye-bye.
Abby: Hey. (Laughs)
Abby: Um, I was just thinking that I need to be more civic minded. You know, more concerned about others, and you-- you just gave me an idea. Okay, a club-- well, a support group for all the poor saps screwed over by Tucker McCall. I, of course, will be the president.
Devon: Nice. Nice. Yeah, I'm in for vice.
Jack: And Billy hasn't contacted the consulate for help. There have been no arrests. The... (Sighs) You know, uh... (Stammers) Anything you've got, let me know. With the family in crisis. The sooner, the better. Yeah.
Tucker: That about Billy? Yeah, Ashley asked me to put a team on locatin' him, too.
Jack: Yeah, whatever brings Delia’s father back.
Tucker: That's right. And in other news... I'm gonna get Jabot back from Katherine, and you're gonna help me, Jack.
Genevieve: I found it on the floor next to my desk.
Colin: Oh, yeah. I did a few piggy things around there.
Genevieve: Yes, you are a pig, and she's a cow.
Colin: And we've got your goat.
Genevieve: Actually, I'm glad that you gave Jill some fond memories of her time in my office, 'cause she'll be booted out of it soon enough.
Colin: Oh, I doubt that. Jill's a keeper, both in business and romance.
Genevieve: You've become devoted?
Colin: Mm. See, this is the real deal. No more fun and games like the past.
Genevieve: Ahh, yes. But you do like your fun and games, don't you?
Colin: But in the past.
Genevieve: Mm-hmm, in the oh, so recent past. I think that my sheets might even still be a little warm.
Genevieve: Mm-hmm. If you had the chance to find out, I wonder what you'd say.
Jill: Mitchell, can't you give her some sort of cooling-off period or something?
Kay: I am not buying a car, Jill. I am dealing with a will. Uh, tell me, do I look impaired to you?
Mitchell: Well, a little moody, perhaps.
Kay: (Scoffs) Just put Devon in the will.
Mitchell: You got it. I'm on my way.
Kay: I don't want to hear it.
Jill: No, no, no, no. Just please, please help me to understand this. Is this some sort of backdoor bonus for Neil?
Kay: (Laughs) That doesn't even make sense.
Jill: Yeah, well, neither does changing your will for a nonfamily mem...
Jill: Member. Oh, my God. You've had Paul looking for Tucker's son. And now you're handing over a piece of your estate to Devon.
Jill: Is Devon Tucker's son?
Sharon: Why are you here?
Adam: (Sighs) To look at you, see you. Everything's changed.
Sharon: What's changed?
Adam: I had surgery on my eyes-- cutting-edge.
Sharon: This isn't about my appeal?
Adam: Sub retinal implant. It's incredible-- no dark edges anymore. I can see everything. I just wish my mom had had a chance like this.
Sharon: And you came here to see me.
Adam: It had to be you.
Sharon: Why? So you could gloat about how your life just keeps getting better and better while I rot in jail?
Nick: All this time that she's been in town... you knew she was coming? Did--did the two of you arrange this?
Avery: No, I came for work, and Sharon is aware of the situation.
Phyllis: Are you kidding me? Sharon knows about this?
Avery: I have a duty to my client. But I really have tried to respect your wishes and keep this between us.
Phyllis: Yeah, you've told me that twice, so obviously it's true.
Avery: I have some paperwork to do. You two should talk.
Nick: You know, this is usually the sort of thing that comes up in conversation. What's your favorite color? Do you have any pets? How about some siblings?
Phyllis: It-- it's not a big deal. So--so I-I left. Avery and I haven't been in touch.
Nick: So you just left town, I mean home, and never looked back?
Phyllis: Yep. Yep, when I was a teenager.
Nick: And your sister?
Phyllis: She was younger than me... a tween, I guess. She had braces and pigtails, and... it... it's--it's not a big deal.
Nick: Phyllis, I'm just... I'm trying to understand why you erased large chunks of your past.
Phyllis: Would you stop asking me? If I tell you, will you stop asking? I'm a liar.
Jack: Tucker, Katherine bought Jabot from you. You may not like it, but it's done.
Tucker: Nope. It's not done, Jack. It's not done, not if you had made an offer to buy it for well over what she paid when she made the deal. You see, if you had done that, I could go to the court and contest her claim that she made the best possible deal for McCall, Unlimited. I'd say, "But, your honor, Jack Abbott was willing to pay even more for Jabot. Katherine Chancellor exploited her position, shirked her fiduciary duty." You see, that way, the judge will have grounds to invalidate the sale.
Jack: And you get Jabot. Fat lot of good that does me.
Tucker: (Laughs) You see this? That's Katherine. She's dangling Jabot to make you dance. She's been doin' it for years. If I had Jabot, you'd have a contract that couldn't be voided.
Jack: You're a corporate raider who fleeced his own mother. If that's the way you treat family, I think you'll understand if I stay far away.
Jill: Is Devon Tucker's son?
Kay: My grandson.
Kay: He doesn't know that, and you're not to inform him or Tucker.
Jill: You're not going to let him know that his father lives right here in town?
Kay: Well, he never bothered to track his own son down. That shows you how little he cares.
Jill: Well, he made a provision in his will for him.
Kay: Devon does not need Tucker's money. He's got me around.
Jill: So you're just gonna keep this to yourself? Wow. That's really territorial, really possessive, and very, very vindictive.
Kay: Don't you dare breathe a word.
Jill: Now don't get yourself all upset. I'm not gonna run off tattling. Besides which, Tucker's obviously not good father material, and Neil is an excellent parent. Oh, but, Katherine, if Devon ever finds out the truth, and if he knows that you knew the truth and didn't tell him...
Kay: I'll have to risk that.
Jill: Yeah, I'll just... well, I'll have to back you up then.
Devon: Yeah, now a contract can be canceled, but having Tucker as family is--
Abby: Clearly, you can see the horror.
Devon: Yeah. Well, you know what? Just focus on doing your thing, you know? Like tweeting about my things...
Devon: And acts that I sign.
Abby: I'm kind of a "Tweet-aholic."
Devon: Are you?
Abby: Yeah. I just found out that I'm-- I'm not a donor match for Delia, so I've been telling everyone to join the donor registry.
Devon: Well, that's good. I found out I'm not a match, either. But I did find out I have a rare blood type, so at least I got to donate blood.
Abby: I love that you got tested. That's cool. Man, Chloe is going nuts waiting for a donor.
Devon: I can only imagine. My folks went crazy when I had meningitis, and I was a teenager, you know? I mean, a little kid like Delia, it’s...
Abby: Well, Chloe is in hell.
Chloe: Well, look, I-if you're gonna stay here, then you can't notice if my eyes get watery or... if I start to sniffle or if I freak out because it's her first chemo treatment today. And I also-- I also yell at the nurses when they don't deserve it.
Victoria: Well, listen, I hope that I didn't overstep talking about Billy with Delia.
Chloe: He's her daddy. She loves him. He's the funniest guy ever. And he also could be a donor match. You know, at the very least, he could be here to hold her hand and make her laugh while she has her treatments done. You know, she giggles. She giggles like a little maniac. That's all Billy.
Victoria: Well, then I would say she has a double dose of maniac between the two of you, which means she's tough, and she's stubborn enough to get through anything.
Billy: God, if I were hallucinating, I would definitely pick somebody else.
Victor: I'm here to get you out.
Billy: You're here to get me out? How'd you find me anyway, huh? Maybe you put me in here. These--these your friends? Huh? Those your friends?
Victor: I'm here to help you.
Billy: Fine. What happens next?
Victor: It might take some finessing, but I'll try to get you free... on one condition-- that you never see Victoria again.
Genevieve: Go ahead. Say what you're thinking.
Colin: Soft hair, silky skin. Yeah... that Jill-- there's quite a woman. You know what? You might start out with an easier, more attainable target, like your boss Jack, for instance. That must have been quite a job interview.
Genevieve: Oh, it was. So I wouldn't let Jill get too comfortable in that office.
(Door squeaks open)
Jill: Hi, Colin. I'm so glad to find you here. We have some business to discuss. This shouldn't take more than a second, so would you meet me back at the house?
Colin: Mm-hmm. I'll start the clock.
Jill: Mm. Good.
Jill: So... missed you at the office.
Genevieve: (Chuckles) Don't be naive, Jill. You know you can't make that man faithful. Even now, he was making plans to revisit my sheets.
Jill: Hmm. Anyway, are you aware of the marketing tour that I arranged?
Genevieve: Yes, the one to the headquarters of all our major retailers to show everyone how important you are. When do you leave?
Jill: Unfortunately, my little granddaughter's gonna need some medical treatments, so it's not an option that I leave town right now.
Genevieve: What a shame.
Genevieve: Maybe next month.
Jill: No, that's not gonna work, because that'll make it way too late to meet with our buyers, so really, the only option is you go in my place.
Genevieve: (Laughs) Forget it.
Jill: Ooh, you're not up to the task? Or maybe it's that Jabot's most important quarter is just not important to you.
Genevieve: I think it's more important to me than it is to you.
Jill: Wonderful. Here's your itinerary, and all the dossiers on the companies and one-sheets on all our new products.
Genevieve: And you just happened to have that with you.
Jill: I did. Wasn't that lucky? Oh, Jack's gonna be so impressed with your dedication. And, of course, I will take care of things here at home.
Jack: Well, look at the two of you--conversing.
Jack: And I don't even need a flak jacket.
Jill: Isn't it wonderful? You know what? This team thing-- sheer genius, Jack. (Chuckles) So there you go. Bye.
Nick: Look, I'm not gonna call you a liar. I just want to know why you never told me about your sister.
Phyllis: Because I'm telling you I'm a liar. I lied to you. I lied about everything.
Nick: Why do you feel like you had to do that?
Phyllis: Because I had to forget. I don't want to remember. Nick, I had to lie.
Nick: Even to me?
Phyllis: Yeah, even to you. Why am I gonna mention people that I'm never gonna see again?
Nick: So you and your sister, you just--you never talked?
Phyllis: No. And look at her. She's doing fine. She is the defender of lost souls. I left, and I never looked back, and, obviously, neither did she.
Sharon: And you came here for what? Friendship?
Adam: I came here because this wouldn't feel real until I told you. And now that I have, Sharon, it does. It feels real. To get my eyesight back like this, it’s... it's such a gift. I just wanted to tell you.
Sharon: Yeah, um, yeah, it is a real gift, Adam. A-and, you know, you gave me a similar gift when you asked the minister to come to the jailhouse and marry us and then told me to rot away in jail, and then you gave me a gift again like that when you threw away evidence that could have set me free. You know, you can, uh, you can see everything clearly now, and so can I. And what I see is you can't hurt me anymore. You've already done your worst, and you can't make me care for the very same reason.
Adam: Well, if you don't care, then why are you so upset? And you weren't the only one wounded in this relationship.
Sharon: Oh. So what? Now we're even now? That's it? We can just start over? That is--Adam, that is so... (Sighs) I'm gonna go. Please don't come back here.
Adam: (Sighs) Save it, Counselor. You here to twist the knife for your client? She's been doing a damn fine job all on her own.
Avery: I heard you mention your sight to Sharon. I read in your file you have retinitis pigmentosa.
Adam: Had. Past-tense. But evidently, someone whose world's been growing darker and darker, if they regain their sight completely, it's no big deal at all.
Avery: That's huge. Congratulations.
Adam: Mm. Giving a pat on the back to the guy who didn't go blind?
Avery: How different does the world seem to you now?
Adam: I don't know. When you lose something slowly, you hardly notice it. And then one day, when you get it all back all at once... I was living in this world, this little circle of sight. I was in my own solitary confinement. I was going crazy. But I'm out now. Now I'm free.
Avery: The way you describe it, you make me understand. This is crazy, but I have a proposition for you, if you're willing to listen.
Adam: I'll listen.
Billy: (Chuckles) You flew-- you flew halfway across the world to a jail cell to tell me to stay away from your daughter? (Scoffs) If I want to see Victoria, I'm gonna see Victoria.
Victor: You do what I tell you, and you'll be free. And Victoria will have her freedom. Leaving her was the kindest thing you ever did to her.
Victoria: You and me and Jack and Tucker, we're all looking for him. One of us is bound to find something.
Chloe: You know, he's gotta get down to the lab and tested. He needs to sit his ass down and hold his daughter's hand.
Victoria: You know, he must have a reason for staying away. He probably thinks that he's doing what's right for us.
Chloe: Billy couldn't do the right thing if his life depended on it.
Billy: That door's gonna open one day, with or without you. And when it does, I'm going to go home. I'm gonna go see my wife, and I'm not gonna leave her again. So until that happens, Sir, you can go to hell.
Victor: Your daughter Delia is very sick. She has leukemia. She needs a bone marrow transplant, and you might be the perfect match.
Devon: So I'm seein' you...
Devon: On your show just kickin' it in your penthouse.
Abby: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm, with my new best friends, who happen to be from one of your bands.
Kay: I, uh, don't want to, uh, interrupt.
Kay: No, no, no. Sit. Sit.
Devon: Sorry, no, you're not interrupting at all. We're just planning a little, uh, worldwide media takeover. (Laughs) But, uh, in all seriousness, I do have some new, uh, music platforms I'd like to discuss with you.
Abby: Well, if you two need to talk, I can--
Kay: No, no, please. Please stay. I welcome your perspectives.
Kay: After all, you and I were the only ones who thought it was a bad idea for your mother and Tucker to marry.
Abby: (Clears throat) Well, uh, would you look at the time?
Kay: No, please.
Abby: Excuse me.
Kay: Please. Do stay. Are you looking for me?
Tucker: Look what I got, Mom. All the ammunition I need to bring you down.
Nick: So that's it? That's all you're gonna tell me?
Phyllis: I'm fine not remembering. I'm fine. (Sniffles) Listen, if you're not okay with it, then I don't-- I don't know what to tell you.
Nick: Look, there's not a day goes by that I don't wish Adam was not my brother. But I'd bet anything that Avery was nothing like Adam. You grew up together. You maybe shared a room.
Phyllis: Oh, well, listen, when this trial is over, she'll go back to her... fulfilling life... and this'll be a blip. It'll be in the past, and I'll be fine with it.
Nick: That easy?
Phyllis: That easy.
Nick: Okay. That's the way it's gonna be, huh?
Adam: You giving aid to the enemy?
Avery: We're just having a polite conversation.
Adam: So this proposition...
Avery: There's a lot of psychology in this-- how the defendant feels, how the judge and jury react to her.
Adam: Mm, I'm sure they'll want to rescue her. Everyone always does.
Avery: Yeah, well, I can't take that chance. She was already convicted once. She needs emotional support, friends and family in that gallery. I know there's something still between the two of you, isn't there?
Adam: How's your eyesight? I can give you the name of my eye doctor.
Avery: You've been inside a cell, Adam. You know the isolation, the dark thoughts, how being here can transform people. You just saw it. Sharon isn't the same person. She needs to get out of here. You came because you care, and I honestly think if you could help her, you would. And you can.
Kay: Uh-huh. Well, congratulations. I see you, uh, got the minutes of the board meeting where the Jabot transfer was discussed.
Tucker: Mm-hmm. And the board knew the transfer of Jabot was a bad idea. They told me so when I called 'em earlier.
Kay: You only heard what you wanted to hear. You always do. Because they all called me after you talked to them, reaffirmed their loyalty to me, and were very supportive of my decisions wholeheartedly. Son, you have a pocketful of money, and Jabot has solid leadership. And the only person who has a problem with this deal is you. Why don't you find a new hobby other than fighting all these battles that you cannot win? Golf, perhaps.
Jill: So what happened to you? I was expecting you here right after Crimson Lights.
Colin: Well, I had an errand to run.
Jill: What's this? This is a consent form from the hospital lab.
Colin: Yeah. I had my cheek swabbed. I figured Aussie marrow was a cut above the local stuff.
Jill: You got tested for Delia?
Colin: She and I were family for a little bit.
Jill: (Sighs) You are--
Colin: Enticing? Sexy?
Colin: Catnip to women?
Jill: Oh, yeah, the last one, for sure. Speaking of which, Genevieve said that you're due over there later.
Colin: Only in her dreams.
Jill: Well, good. 'Cause you're in luck. I have arranged for Genevieve to be otherwise occupied for a while.
Colin: Ooh, sneaky you.
Jill: Come here, "Catnip." (Chuckles) Mm.
Jack: Well, that's great. I look forward to seeing the new colors. Talk to you then. Sorry about that. You seem a little ruffled. I hope that's not about Jill.
Genevieve: She wants me gone, and she's figured out a way to get it done. Now this is where you step in and you make it all go away.
Nick: No way. Is that you and Phyllis?
Avery: Uh, I was--
Avery: I was just working. Can I help you with something?
Nick: Can I get you a cup of coffee?
Avery: Triple shot skim latte.
Nick: You sure that's enough caffeine?
Avery: We'll see.
Sharon: Did you come here to discuss your testimony? Because Avery’s not here.
Phyllis: You knew that this was gonna blow up in my face. Didn't you? About Avery. You knew. And you just sat back, and you watched.
Sharon: I didn't tell a soul.
Phyllis: Of course you didn't, because you wouldn’t. You wouldn't tell a soul. You would just sit back, and you would watch it happen. But you made sure that Nick would find out, in the worst possible way, wouldn't you?
Sharon: Oh, my God. I have had my share of wackos today, Phyllis. How could this possibly be my fault?
Phyllis: You know what? Laugh. Laugh and blame it on me. Do whatever you want. Phyllis has secrets. Phyllis' secrets are gonna come back to haunt her, right? I don't care anymore.
Chloe: Well, you know what? I heard that they-- that they bring in special-- special dogs that kids get to pet during treatment.
Victoria: Wow, that's so cool. And you know what? They have ice pops, too. I mean, do you think that Delia could have one? I mean, they're a really special treat.
Chloe: Mm... I'm gonna have to think about it. Yes. Yes, Delia can have all of the ice pops that she wants. Nurse Kathy can give you as many as you like. Okay? I'm gonna be with you every second of the way, okay? Mommy loves you. I love you so much. Okay, go ahead. I'm right behind you. Thanks. You made me the good guy. Thank you.
Billy: Is that true? Is Delia sick?
Victor: I'm sorry to say it is very true.
Billy: You know, you are a deranged man. You come in here and ask me to choose between my daughter and my wife like any father has to think about that for a second?
Victor: Good. Then it's settled.
Billy: It's not settled. It's not your call, Man.
Victor: Listen to me, "Billy Boy." It is my call. I can leave you here to rot in this cell. Or I can set you free on one condition-- that you never lay eyes on Victoria again. Now what's your answer?
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Avery: I can't wait to cross-examine you.
Neil: I want you to succeed.
Devon: But if it's left all up to me, you think I'm gonna fall on my face?
Kay: I cannot take that chance.
Paul: What, that-- that Tucker will shut him out?
Kay: Worse. Take him in.
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