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Episode # 9735 ~ Genevieve Sets a Trap for Colin
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Roxy: I missed Abby.
Devon: Hi! Yeah. Yeah, you did. But guess what, she said that she's going to promote the new label. And, I got big news, too. Look at this.
Tucker: Devon? Seeing a lot of you today.
Devon: Yeah, how about that? The guy fires me and suddenly I can't get rid of him.
Tucker: So, how's the new gig? Or haven't you started yet?
Devon: Oh, no, no, no-- it's well underway.
Tucker: Well, I hope it works out for you.
Devon: Well, thank you, I'll make sure it does.
Tucker: See you later.
Roxy: Well, that was awkward.
Devon: Yeah. Okay. It's going right behind my desk. It's my first art purchase.
Roxy: But you've bought art before.
Devon: I know, but this isn't a print. This is an original.
Devon: I know, right? [Chuckles]
Roxy: [Gasps] I'm so happy for you. Oh! All your hard work is finally paying off.
Devon: Thank you. [Chuckles] It's nice, right?
Neil: Well, what a surprise. Where have you been hiding this beautiful, gorgeous girl? Nice to see you, Roxy.
Roxy: Oh, did you see this?
Neil: Did I see this... This is--
Roxy: The first piece in your son's art collection.
Neil: The first piece – That's – that's a, Shepard Fairey original, isn't it?
Devon: Yes, it is.
Neil: Yeah, the price tag for one of these is usually in the thousands. Devon, don't you think you're getting a little ahead of yourself?
Genevieve: Jill's little stunt is all about undermining me. She doesn't even care about Jabot. To not even consult with you about me leaving town...
Jack: Actually, she did.
Genevieve: You knew?
Jack: We spoke briefly.
Genevieve: It's a power play on her part. Why would you let her get away with that?
Colin: It's kind of quiet around here without Delia.
Jill: Well, she'll be back soon, hopefully.
Colin: Hmm. I mean, it's gotta be tough to go on the road and leave a loved one in the hospital.
Jill: Oh, I'm not going on the road. I delegated that-- to Genevieve.
Colin: Ooh, aren't we sneaky?
Jill: Well, I can't leave Chloe and Delia alone at a time like this this, and I said to myself, "Well, why should you, for heaven sakes?" Genevieve's always bragging about what a great PR person she is; she can just prove it.
Colin: Hmm. Well, it solves a few problems. It definitely works for me.
Jill: Oh. Well, then that's all that's important: what works for you.
Jill: Oh, my God, Katherine's home early. Do me a favor-- go out through the kitchen. She won't see you.
Colin: [Chuckles] Jill, you're not under age.
Jill: I know, but it's just been a really hard week, and I can't deal with her right now.
Colin: It's Katherine. You can deal with her in your sleep.
Jill: Listen to me. I will pick a time and a place for this particular battle with her. Now, please go out to the kitchen.
Colin: Hell, no.
Colin: Kattykins. What a glorious day.
Katherine: What is he doing around here? What? What?
Jill: I have no idea. I asked him the same thing, just before I threw him out.
Heather: You're back. Did you have the surgery?
Adam: Regained my peripheral vision.
Adam: A hundred percent. Yeah, I know. It was an experimental procedure, risky, no guarantees, and I got lucky, I guess.
Heather: Well, congratulations.
Adam: Thank you. I meant to thank you again for letting me go. You know, your reaction... It's not exactly the same reaction I got from Sharon.
Avery: Jury selection is very important. We have someone flying in from the Innocence Foundation. He's gonna help us investigate suspected jurors.
Sharon: Investigate, like, their backgrounds?
Sharon: Is that even legal?
Avery It's essential. There are cases I probably wouldn't have won if I hadn't picked the right 12 people to decide. Now, Ricky's not a professional. He's a grad student in journalism, but he's dedicated. He's crazy–smart, and he's really good at what he does.
Paul: Ricky. Hi!
Paul: Wow, It's good to see you. You've grown.
Ricky: Happy birthday, Dad.
Paul: Thanks. That's, uh, best present I could ask for, a visit from my son, you know? Wow. Have a seat.
Ricky: [Laughs] Thanks.
Paul: This is amazing.
Ricky: So I'm going to be in town for a while.
Paul: Really? So, what are you--um, what are you going to be doing?
Ricky: The internship that I told you about... They've got me here on this project I've been working on.
Paul: Wow! That's cool. So, um, maybe you can finally meet your sister and spend some time together. Um, she has this case she's working on, though. So we might have to work it out time-wise.
Ricky: So I've heard.
Avery: Okay, let's talk about Adam. I know, but we may have to call him as a witness. We haven't found Koa, and Adam is the only other person who saw that video of you trying to save Skye. Look, it's on record. He testified to it at the first trial.
Sharon: Yeah, and he was in love with me then. Now, he hates me.
Avery: You are the first person that he wanted to tell about his vision being restored.
Sharon: Well, he was angrier than ever when he left.
Avery: Well, I talked to him afterwards. I tried to smooth things out. I don't know if I got through to him, though.
Sharon: That's the thing with Adam. You never know where you stand because he prides himself on being able to lead someone on and then screw them over in the end.
Avery: Like with your wedding. I know. But that video. Even if we can't see it... If he could just describe it, it's the clearest path we have to creating reasonable doubt.
Sharon: I understand all that. But still, putting Adam on the stand is taking a risk.
Heather: You know, I really wouldn't have expected that from Sharon. I knew, obviously, that things weren't good between the two of you.
Adam: Look at us, huh? After all that we've been through, and you're happy for me. Um, I don't know, when I told Sharon about this, it was like – like she couldn't be bothered. I mean, I understand. But...
Heather: God, that bad, huh?
Adam: Yeah. Yeah, it's gotten that bad.
Heather: [Sighs] I'm sorry, Adam. I – I know how important she was to you.
Adam: Hmm. So, how are you? You gonna be busy, involved in the case?
Heather: Yeah, I mean, I can't talk about that with you.
Adam: Wait, wait. Sharon's my ex, so...
Heather: Um, and also because I'm calling you to the stand. I actually have a subpoena for you right here.
Adam. So I'm to be a witness for the prosecution, huh?
Heather: It's not a problem for you, it is it?
Adam: See you in court, Counselor.
Paul: I'm sorry about having to cut our last phone call short. I, uh, have been tied up with this murder case.
Ricky: No, it's cool, Dad. You're slammed.
Paul: Tell me something, is this, uh, internship covering the cost of your rental car?
Ricky: You're kidding, right?
Paul: Well, yeah, kind of.
Paul: I was thinking that might be the case. But, uh, I've got an extra car you can use.
Ricky: Oh, no, no, you don't have to do that.
Paul: It's just sitting there.
Ricky: Okay. Okay, thanks. Yeah, thanks.
Paul: Good deal. So you want some coffee? Something to eat?
Ricky: Actually, um, the boss is expecting me downtown.
Paul: Oh, okay. um...Downtown? Do you want to try and meet later, maybe? We can-- we can find Heather, maybe. That might be nice...
Ricky: Yeah, yeah. Uh, that sounds great.
Jack: I will grant you there is probably some one-upmanship in Jill's behavior, but she is seriously concerned about Delia. Her condition's very serious.
Genevieve: I think it's just the gleeful way that she passed the assignment on to me, like she'd won some great victory.
Jack: Once you get back from this trip, none of this is gonna matter. I will be squarely in charge of Jabot. You'll be running your own department as you see fit, without any interference from Jill.
Genevieve: Liking the sound of that. Okay, Jack. I am going. Kiss me goodbye?
Tucker: Hey, Jack. Glad I ran into you. You know, I'm not sure how serious you're taking my proposal.
Jack: Well, how serious should I take it, given how our last little partnership ended?
Tucker: Jack, if you want free reign at Jabot, your best bet is to partner up with me. You can write your own contract. You tell your attorneys to put whatever safeguards you want in there.
Jack. Thanks. No thanks.
Tucker: We don't have to be buddies to do business. I mean, look, you've made a lot of deals with Adam, haven't you?
Jack: Oh, well, that was to serve a larger cause – to bring down Victor. I have no beef with Katherine.
Tucker: Well, that surprises me. I'd have thought you'd be miserable, being kept under her thumb. But, maybe that's just the way you like it.
Katherine: I'll put a stop to this. We'll get a restraining order.
Jill: No, no, no, no. This is not your place, and besides, it doesn't matter.
Katherine: Jill, did you see the grin on his face? It's a game to him.
Jill: Katherine, let it go.
Katherine: Do you really like him around here? Is it that flattering to you? Oh, dear God in heaven, you already... Did you really throw him out, or invite him in?
Jill: A little bit of both.
Katherine: Oh, boy, you are helpless. No, no, you are. (Mumbles)
Jill: Who are you to be judging me this way?
Katherine: When are you ever going to learn, and stop parading some slick-tongued sharks about my home, and your bed?
Jill: My home – it is my home, and I can do what I like in my home.
Katherine: Are you ever going to learn? I'm just expressing my concern.
Jill: Oh, the hell you are!
Katherine: Oh, you're too smart for this, for heaven sakes. You're being manipulated again.
Jill: [Sighs] Well, I will not stand here and be moralized to by you. I'm definitely too smart for that!
Devon: Look, Neil, I know that you're not that familiar with the music industry...
Neil: I have been in the business world for a minute. You don't want Katherine thinking you've been reckless with her investment, do you?
Devon: No, of course not. She's gonna love the end result, though. I'm gonna recruit the best of the best. And in order to do that, I have to create an impression. If the talent walks into my studio and it looks like they're in a dentist's office, they're gonna turn around and walk out.
Neil: Okay, fair enough. So, tell me about your plans.
Devon: Uh, well, I've been checking out warehouse space downtown. I'm gonna do a build out, and uh, hopefully it will be done soon because I have state of the art equipment on order. I need a place to put it.
Neil: Sounds like a lot of money up front...
Devon: yeah, but it-- you have to spend it to make it, right?
Neil: Uh, you have a budget, though, right? I mean, you don't want to have nothing left for all this talent you're hoping to find.
Devon: What, do you think I haven't thought of that?
Neil: Come on, Devon. This is me you're talking to. I'm your biggest fan, and I want you to succeed.
Devon: But if it's left all of to me, you think I'm going to fall on my face?
Neil: [chuckles] Katherine is used to doing business a certain way. If she loses faith in you, then that's lights out, that's the end.
Devon: Well, then how about we start with a little faith from you first, Dad?
Neil: Roxy, it's always a pleasure. Devon, I'll see you later.
Roxy: I didn't think he would react that way to your art.
Devon: Yeah, well… Just don't worry about it.
Paul: Good to see you. Yeah!
Devon: Good to see you, too.
Paul: It's been a while, huh? So, what's going on? What's new?
Devon: I am starting a new record label.
Paul: On your own, or...?
Devon: Well, it's a subsidiary of Chancellor Industries. Mrs. Chancellor put me in charge of it.
Paul: Well, that's great. I didn't know Mrs. Chancellor was into music.
Devon: Yeah, for a while now. She's just been, I guess, waiting for the right person to come along to run things.
Paul: Well, looks like she found the right one. Congratulations.
Devon: Thank you very much.
Paul: Well, take care, good luck to you.
Devon: Thank you.
Adam: May I help you?
Avery: I was just following up. It was an interesting conversation we had earlier.
Adam: Yes, it was. The one where you pleaded with me to be on your client's side. Come on, I give you more credit than that.
Avery: You miss your connection with Sharon, or you wouldn't have gone to see her.
Adam: I'm not testifying for you.
Avery: Well, that's really not up to you. I can require that you take the stand.
Adam: Yeah, I think I know what those are called. They're subpoenas, right?
Adam: Well, I got one about five minutes ago from Heather Stevens.
Genevieve: I'm only calling because I have messages for you from back home.
Colin: Go ahead.
Genevieve: I was told to deliver them in person.
Colin: I'm a little preoccupied right now.
Genevieve: Colin, I'm leaving town. Your associates made it seem as though it were urgent. But if you want, I can just call them back and tell them that you've got better things to do.
Colin: Yeah, no, look, I'll drop by.
Genevieve: Good. Make it quick. I've got a plane to catch.
Jill: I am so, so sorry. You were right. I shouldn't have made you leave like that.
Colin: It was pretty unreasonable of me to expect you to deal with Katherine, given everything you're going through right now. But tell me, how did it go?
Jill: I told her to go to Hell.
Colin: Ha, ha, good answer.
Jill: You are welcome in my home any time you damn well please, okay?
Colin: Does that mean that we're back together and you've forgiven me?
Jill: You'll have to forgive me, but I'm not a real big fan of commitments right now.
Colin: Okay, well, at least I know you like my company.
Jill: You've been a great comfort to me with everything that's going on, and it means a lot to me.
Colin: I'll take that. Why don't we go up to my suite, get something to eat, something to drink, or none of the above?
Jill: I like that idea. What time?
Colin: I have an errand to run. Here's the key to my room. Go up there when you feel like it.
Katherine: Here you are.
Paul: Thank you. This really isn't necessary.
Katherine: Well, yes, it certainly is. I'm just so grateful that you solved the mystery of Tucker's missing son, quickly and discretely.
Paul: You know, I ran into Devon earlier, and he told me that he's running Chancellor's new record label?
Katherine: Mm-mm. Well, you know, it's a good way to get to know my grandson.
Paul: How does his father feel about it?
Katherine: Um, I'm not sure he knows.
Paul: So you haven't told him that Devon is his son, either, have you?
Katherine: Well, Paul, I just don't think the time is right.
Paul: Really. I strongly disagree.
Katherine: Well, as you say--
[Knock at the door]
Katherine: Uh, excuse me..
Jack: Good, you're home. You need to be prepared-- I'm sorry, are you in the middle of something?
Katherine: Well, we'll talk when I'm free, all right?
Jack: Is this about Jabot?
Katherine: Well, yes, of course it is, but we will talk soon. Please, Jack.
Adam: You should see the look on your face.
Avery: Given your intelligence, and your self-absorption, you must have thought about the consequences to yourself if you lie on the stand and take back your previous testimony.
Adam: Uh, yes. You mean, if I come clean and say that I never saw a video of Sharon trying to save Skye's life, right?
Avery: That would be grounds for a perjury conviction, and I don't think a judge would go very easy on a repeat offender.
Adam: Hmm, help me out here. What you're doing now, is that considered witness intimidation?
Avery: I'm just reminding you that when you take the stand, you're under oath, and the courts take that very seriously.
Adam: Good to know.
Avery: I can't wait to cross-examine you.
Adam: Should be a lot of fun.
Katherine: Now, Paul. I had the intention of going to Tucker and letting him know that Devon is his son.
Paul: What stopped you?
Katherine: He did. He was his usual, nasty, harsh self. I wasn't about to subject Devon to that. They already don't get along.
Paul: You know, forgive me for saying this, but I think you're letting your hurt feelings cloud your judgment.
Katherine: Oh, I'm looking out for my grandson, Paul. Tucker had over 20 years to find him, and the fact that he didn't proves right there that he has no interest in being a, uh, father.
Paul: I have a son. I chose to let him be raised by his grandparents.
Paul: Some people might say that I don't care. I do care. I love him deeply. And if someone were to keep the fact that he is mine away from me, I would be furious.
Katherine: Yes, you would. But Tucker? You cannot put yourself in his place and imagine how he feels because you have a heart. He doesn't.
Jill: Hello, Tucker
Tucker: How you doin'?
Tucker: Hey, what's this I hear about you pullin' double-duty at Jabot and Fenmore's both? Doesn't leave you any time for fun, does it?
Jill: Are you worried about my social life?
Tucker: No, just doesn't seem hardly worth the effort, does it? Puttin' in all those hours. Unless you've got some sort of deal I'm not aware of. Say, if Katherine offered you an ownership stake in Jabot?
Tucker: No? You really should have insisted. You know, if I still owned the company....
Jill: What, you're telling me that you'd offer me a piece of the pie?
Tucker: What would you say if I did?
Jack: She'd tell you that she doesn't want to be a pawn in one of your games. Isn't that right, Jill?
Jill: If you two lovely gentlemen will excuse me, I've got a date with a real man.
Colin: So what about these messages?
Genevieve: In a hurry, are you?
Colin: It's this place. It creeps me out. You almost killed me here.
Genevieve: Surely those aren't the only memories you have of us in this house?
Colin: You said this was urgent.
Genevieve: Well, your colleagues back in Australia made it seem that way, although I wouldn't call them right now-- they don't seem too happy already.
Colin: Why would they call you?
Genevieve: They said they tried to reach you and they couldn't.
Colin: No calls.
Genevieve: I don't know what the problem was. Didn't it used to be Caleb who took care of these things for you?
Colin: What things?
Genevieve: Leadership issues? I don't know...I have them in my notes, upstairs.
Colin: Well, get them. You knew I was coming.
Genevieve: Who you calling?
Colin: Jill. I got to tell her this is gonna take longer than I thought.
Genevieve: Well, actually I need to speak to her, too. I have a question about the trip. What? Doesn't she know that you're here with me now? Oh. Sorry. I'll tell you what, I'll go get some more wine, and I'll let you make your call in private.
Colin: I'll get the wine. You get the messages. Be quick about it!
Genevieve: Fine! Fine. Bye-bye. Dead. Ha, ha. God forbid we should keep Jill waiting.
Avery: This is Ricky, the grad student I was telling you about.
Sharon: Thank you for coming out.
Ricky: I'm glad to help.
Avery: Uh, here. The names I circled are the ones I need you to check out.
Ricky: Okay. I'm on it.
Sharon: So how do you choose a juror? What do you look for?
Avery: In your case, I look for divorced women, single heterosexual men, and older married men who do a lot of volunteer work. Rescuer types. Ricky knows what he's doing.
Heather: I'm Heather.
Ricky: I know, I recognize you from FacePlace.
Heather: Paul told me that I might see you here today. Wow! Well, it's really nice to finally meet you. Uh, but I have to go into court right now.
Ricky: Jury selection.
Heather: Yeah. Paul told you?
Ricky: No, no, actually I--
Heather: Yeah, yeah, actually, there's a couple of things I need to talk to you about before we start.
Ricky: Uh, I can come back later.
Heather: You know, you could stick around. You actually might find it interesting.
Ricky: Yeah, Heather, listen, I should probably--
Heather: You know what, I really have to go. But, later, okay?
Paul: You know, it's one thing to go to war with Tucker over a company. But this isn't fair to Devon.
Katherine: Paul, everything I am doing is for Devon. I'm giving him a chance to follow his life-long dream, for starters.
Paul: What if one of his life-long dreams is finding his father?
Katherine: You know, I spent years wondering what happened to--what happened to the child that I gave away. I tell you something...I'd be better off not knowing. He could reject Devon the same way he's rejected me.
Paul: And Devon could reject Tucker. He might not want to have anything to do with him. But that is their choice, not yours. I'm not just doing this for Devon's sake, either. I'm doing it for yours. I know how fiercely devoted you are to family. You are going to want a relationship with Devon. You are going to want to know your grandson. So what happens in a week, or a month, or a year, when Devon finds out that you're his grandmother, and that you have been lying to him? He will be devastated.
Katherine: Don't you think I want him to know that I am his grandmother? Don't you think I want to feel free to make up for everything that he's been through? But right now, I cannot take that chance.
Paul: What, that Tucker will shut him out?
Katherine: Worse. Worse, take him in. Devon is this beautiful, easy-going young man. He's got a good heart, he's smart. He'll learn all the wrong things from someone like Tucker, and that's the truth.
Paul: So you're worried that Tucker's going to be a bad role model for him?
Katherine: I don't want my grandson to morph into a Gordon Gecko, Jr, don't you understand?
Paul: That's not gonna happen. There are too many people that love and care for him, like Neil. Look, the greatest gift that you can give your grandson is to let him know he is your grandson. Look, if you're not willing to tell him, I'll tell him myself.
Katherine: You signed a confidentiality agreement.
Paul: I did, I did. But that's how strongly I feel about it. I will stake my reputation on this.
Katherine: More than your reputation.
Paul: There comes a point when I have to do the right thing, and this is the right thing. They both have a right to know.
Neil: Katherine, I need to speak with you about this deal you made with Devon.
Katherine: Neil, it will have to wait.
Neil: No, it can't. I'm sure it was very well-intentioned, but it's messing with the way that I'm trying to parent my son.
Devon: You get what I was trying to tell Neil earlier, right?
Roxy: Totally. He'll come around.
Tucker: Wow, what you got there?
Devon: Well, Tucker, this is a Shepard Fairey original.
Tucker: So it is. It's beautiful. Is it yours?
Devon: As of today, yeah. It's going in my new office.
Tucker: Congratulations. You know, when I started my first label, I bought a
little modernist drawing, but my label and my art
collection have gotten a lot bigger since then. But I will never forget that
moment-- the first time I held a Picasso in my
hands. If you pick bands the way you pick art, you might just give me a run for my money.
Adam: Jack. Let me buy you a drink.
Jack: Oh, we're buying drinks, you celebrat--oh, that's right, you had your eye surgery. I guess congratulations are in order, huh? I gotta warn you, though. No matter how good your eyesight is, you'll still have a warped and selfish view of the world.
Sharon: So, Adam is testifying for the prosecution?
Sharon: They subpoenaed him, right? He has no choice.
Avery: I gotta tell you, he seemed eager to do it.
Sharon: How can he be like this?
Ricky: Everything you wanted to know about your potential jurors but were afraid to ask.
Avery: This is excellent, thank you. Perfect, just what I wanted. Do you know the prosecutor?
Heather: You're working for her?
Avery: What's the deal?
(Simultaneously with Ricky) Heather: That's my brother.
(Simultaneously with Heather) Ricky: She's my sister.
Genevieve: Uh, the really good stuff is on the far wall.
Colin: I've been admiring your collection.
Genevieve: Oh, well, that's good, since that's all you're gonna have to contemplate for a while.
Colin: Genevieve! Genevieve, open the door!
Genevieve: I'll take that. Colin...to you. Ha, ha, ha ha!
Colin: Open up!
Next, on "The Young and The Restless":
Jill: Colin, where are you?
Colin: Genevieve, you card-carrying bitch, let me out!
Ashley: Tucker didn't do anything to Diane.
Abby: You better watch your back.
Cane: You have nothing to worry about.
Lily: I stopped believing your promises about a hundred lies ago.
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