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Episode # 10238 ~ Chelsea wants to do right by Connor; Adam's world is turned upside down.
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread By Emma
Jack: Normally, I am wiped out by a gathering like that, but once Jill started her eulogy...
Billy: Yeah, if you want inappropriate showstopper at a funeral, just give my mom a call.
Jack: You know what? I think Katherine would have loved it.
Billy: Mrs. C. she controlled every aspect of her life right until the end and then beyond.
Jack: Boy, I wish I knew her secret -- how to control the chaos all around you.
Billy: Is that why you called me here? You want to talk about chaos and control? Oh, you want to talk about Phyllis and Summer and those things that you can't control.
Jack: I am never gonna give up hope that Phyllis is gonna get better. I know I can't control that. But I want something to say about how close I am to my daughter.
Billy: Fine. Good. What's stopping you?
Jack: Well, for starters, she's in Georgia.
Billy: Helping out with Phyllis.
Jack: And avoiding being with me, which makes her grandfather very happy.
Billy: Ah... Victor. I thought he was suspiciously pleasant at the memorial. What's he up to now?
Jack: Doing everything in his power to make sure that Summer remains a Newman.
Billy: Does he not understand simple biology?
Jack: He needs a brush-up course. I'm telling you, Billy, this is gonna get ugly fast.
Billy: Man. You called me here to talk about Victor Newman.
Victor: Hi, Sweetheart.
Victor: Sit with me.
Victoria: Where's Mom?
Victor: Well, she stayed behind at the Katherine Chancellor Park. She was sort of unsettled, I think, by the memorial service.
Victoria: I know it was hard on her.
Victor: It was. I must say it affected me, too, quite a bit.
Victoria: At least it's done now.
Victor: No, not until the reading of the will. Then it'll be done.
Victoria: You've been a real rock for Mom during this. But I know you suffered a big loss, too. I'm sorry.
Victor: Mm. It's part of life, my darling.
Victoria: Yeah, I know, but if you want to talk to me, I'm here.
Victor: That's very sweet of you. Thank you for being concerned about me. But, no, I'd rather not talk about it, okay?
Victoria: Okay. So if I show my concern by making you some tea, will you please have some?
Victor: Well, that's a different story. I would love some tea.
Victoria: All right.
Adam: What do you think you're doing?
Tyler: Man, that was crazy! The entire arena on their feet, screaming, stomping their feet.
Courtney: I know. I can't believe you actually knew that roadie.
Tyler: Hey, wait a minute. I'm the one who got us into the after party, huh? Huh? What's going on? Why you two so quiet?
Abby: Katherine's memorial was today.
Noah: Yeah, it's just hard not to think about her. You know, she was so great to our family.
Tyler: Why didn't you say something? We could have canceled.
Noah: Actually, Katherine would have insisted we go to the concert.
Abby: Yeah. [Chuckles] "Miss Vampire weekend to cry over me?! Ludicrous!"
Noah: Mrs. Chancellor was like 16 at heart. She just loved good music and a good time.
Courtney: Why don't you get back into music?
Abby: Oh, and out of photography? After those pictures that Noah took at the concert today?
Tyler: No way. Noah's not quitting fashion. He's got too good of an eye.
Noah: You guys just want to shut up about what I'm gonna do with my life?
Victor: There's no reason to burst into my home like this. And there's no reason to talk to your father like this. Calm down and tell me what this is all about.
Adam: I am calm. And I'm being followed.
Victor: You're being what? You're being paranoid.
Adam: What's this, Dad?
Victor: That's a recording device.
Adam: That's right. This was planted in my office.
Victor: Planted in your office? I'll be damned.
Adam: Oh, you're surprised. What were you trying to learn by bugging my office, Dad? What were you trying to learn by having me tailed?
Victoria: Oh. Has the golden boy fallen out of favor?
Dylan: My boy. You're beautiful, Connor. You're perfect, Buddy. It just doesn't make any sense.
Chelsea: Dylan. You heard what Dr. Woods said. It might be nothing.
Dylan: If it was nothing, she wouldn't have brought it up.
Chelsea: She -- she wanted to prepare us just in case.
Dylan: She wouldn't just bring up a degenerative eye disorder without good reason.
Dylan: It's okay. It's okay.
Chelsea: I just -- I don't think that we should get ourselves worked up until we get the test results back.
Dylan: I'm not getting worked up. I just want the best for our son.
Dylan: It's okay.
Chelsea: So do I. [Sighs] Which is why I think we could use some good luck while we wait for the test results. I got this for you a while back. It was supposed to be a graduation present for graduating from baby class.
Dylan: A four-leaf clover.
Chelsea: It was supposed to bring us some extra good luck during the labor, but then everything happened so quickly, I completely forgot about it.
Dylan: Thank you. We need this. Because I feel really unlucky right now.
Chelsea: How can you feel unlucky? You have a wife that loves you so much, and you have a beautiful baby boy.
Dylan: Who might go blind because of me.
Chelsea: What? No, Dylan, you didn't do this.
Dylan: This eye disease is inherited. And you don't know of anyone in your family who has it. So it's got to come from my side. He got this from his father. See. You believe it, too. It had to be me.
Chelsea: No. No!
Dylan: I passed on the gene that can make our son lose his sight.
Chelsea: Dylan, your parents -- we don't necessarily know that they had this disease.
Dylan: No, I don't know that. But since both my mom and dad... are gone, we got to assume my grandparents. And you know what? I just got to do some research on them and their genetic history.
Chelsea: It doesn't matter.
Dylan: It does matter, Chelsea! I did this!
Chelsea: Would you just stop saying that? This was not you, Dylan. We can't be blaming anybody. We need to focus on Connor and what is good for him, how we can help him.
Dylan: I just -- I just wish... there's got to be something else that we can do. Maybe we can get to the specialist sooner.
Chelsea: I know, but there were no openings.
Dylan: Then we got to do as much research as we can to find out everything about this.
Chelsea: Okay, what we're gonna do is we're gonna wait for our test results, okay? We're gonna have our meeting, our appointment with the ophthalmologist, and then we just have to wait, Dylan.
Dylan: I just -- I just don't want him to lose his sight. I want Connor to see you... just, you know, his mother's eyes... her beautiful smile.
[Knock on door]
Anita: Where is that gorgeous baby boy?
Chelsea: We just put him down, Mom.
Anita: Wake him up if he's sleeping. Tell him his... his Anita is here. What's wrong?
Dylan: The baby --
Chelsea: It's nothing. It's nothing.
Anita: Clearly not nothing. Why won't you tell your own mother what's going on?
Adam: This is between our father and me.
Victor: Son, this tantrum of yours is rather badly timed, okay? I just lost a very dear friend.
Adam: I'm aware of that, and I'm sorry about the timing, but I can't help the fact that my office was bugged.
Victoria: Your office was bugged?
Adam: This doesn't concern you, Victoria!
Victoria: Actually, I still own a substantial piece of Newman Enterprises, so if the C.E.O.'s office was bugged, it certainly does concern me.
Adam: Well, good news for you! Because it wasn't business. It was just personal -- a simple case of a father not trusting his son.
Victor: Enough, you two.
Adam: No, no, no, no! You don't get to say "Enough." Okay, Dad? You don't get to call the shot on this one. I know you think you have the final word at Newman, but when you stab me in the back like that -- come on! You got to be kidding me! No, I thought it was a partnership! I thought that's what we had.
Victor: What, a partnership with a bunch of mysterious Harvard boys?
Adam: I said you could talk to them any time you wanted.
Victor: What do you mean, "Talk to them"? Who the hell do you think I am? Talk to Fish Hook?
Adam: I gave you names. I gave you contracts.
Victor: Are you out of your mind? Are you trying to pull the wool over my eyes? Who the hell do you think I am?
Adam: I just believed that it could be different this time, Dad, just this one time. Guess what, Victoria. You don't have to be jealous anymore of this...father-son camaraderie. Because it doesn't exist. It never did. It was just a figment of our imaginations. Just another typical, played-out Victor Newman move. You want to know something, Dad? When this is all said and done and all the dust clears, I guarantee you I will be the last man standing.
[Door opens, closes]
Victoria: I really want to say something, and I'm trying to show restraint, but I honestly don't know how much longer I can hold it.
Victor: Well, then kindly say it.
Victoria: I told you.
Victor: Mm-hmm. You did. I know you did.
Jack: So then Victor offers her, my daughter, a trip to the Bahamas!
Billy: To a Newman-owned resort, right?
Jack: Emphasis on the word "Newman."
Billy: So what'd you do?
Jack: I confronted him, and much to my regret, Summer saw it and got very upset by it.
Billy: She must have gotten over it, right? I mean, you did go to Georgia together.
Jack: About the only thing we shared was the plane trip.
Billy: You guys didn't talk on the plane?
Jack: Barely. And then when we got to Georgia, she wanted to spend all her time with Daniel, and it seemed the only time she visited Phyllis was when she knew I was at the hotel.
Billy: And then she didn't come back with you.
Jack: Didn't call me, didn't text me.
Billy: I'm sorry, Jack. I know how much you wanted to bond with your kid.
Jack: You know, Nick has been telling me I need to back off, I need to give Summer some space. Kyle seems to agree that it's what's best for Summer, and...
Billy: Really? Even though her mother's so sick? I would think that Summer would want to lean on you.
Jack: She's a very sensitive girl. She feels torn in two. She needs space. She needs time. She needs to figure out where she wants her future to go.
Billy: So, what, you're just gonna take a step back?
Jack: I think I have to. But will Victor?
Billy: [Laughs] No, I don't think so.
Jack: I don't want to fight over Summer. But I've already lost so much time with her, and I don't want to risk losing her all over again.
Billy: Well, what if Victor keeps trying to make her make a choice?
Jack: My daughter may choose to be with the family she knows over the family she belongs to.
Billy: That is a predicament. I don't think that there's a chapter in the parenting handbook that covers this one.
Jack: I don't know how to handle it, Billy.
Billy: Do it carefully. Starting a war with Victor is dangerous. It's costly. Avoid it.
Jack: Too late. It seems the war has already begun.
Noah: My apologies for being such a jackass earlier.
Courtney: Yeah, but, no, what I said about you getting back in music -- I'm sorry. I didn't mean to overstep.
Abby: No, you were giving him a compliment, and so was I. Noah just lacks the social graces to accept a compliment.
Tyler: Ah, my roommate's just a little sensitive, you know, when talk turns to career. That's all.
Abby: But aren't you really into photography?
Noah: Yeah, I am for now, but I'm not sure it's what I'm meant to do with my life.
Courtney: What is?
Noah: See, that's the question. Everybody I know seems to have such clear goals and passions.
Tyler: No, not everybody.
Noah: Tyler, you designing ads is Zen-like.
Abby: Yeah, you do get into a zone.
Noah: Abby, you're the exact same way. Are you kidding me? You're practically jumping for joy every time you get to go to work at Jabot.
Abby: But I'm not geeky about it. I just say "Yay" every once in a while.
Courtney: I mean, but isn't that kind of a good thing? Isn't work supposed to be fulfilling?
Noah: Yeah, it is. But, Courtney, even you, just out of high school, already on track, impressing your new boss at Jabot, turning that into a new career for you.
Abby: And I'm not easily impressed.
Noah: Apparently, you are.
Abby: Aw. [Chuckles]
Courtney: Yeah, but, Noah, you've done things. I mean, in New York, even.
Noah: Yeah, I bounced around. I've gone from music to my dad's bar to photography. It just gets a little old after a while.
Abby: But you're not exactly ancient.
Noah: Yeah, but I'm not that young, either.
Courtney: You're young enough. I mean, you're still young enough to be out there looking for what you want to do in life. Have you ever worked for Newman?
Abby: For my dad?!
Noah: For my grandfather?!
Tyler: Okay, is there something that the non-Newmans at the table don't know about the great and powerful Victor?
Billy: If you're looking for advice, I would tell you to not go heads-up with the man. This is your daughter. It could get messy. Just look at all the schemes he's come up with to keep Victoria and me apart.
Jack: But you've managed to stay together.
Billy: Yes, we have, but life would be a lot easier if he wasn't always trying to split us up. It's exhausting having to fight this man all the time.
Jack: But it's worth it, right?
Billy: It's Victoria, so, yeah, it's worth it, and --. Speak of the devil's son.
Adam: We need to talk, Jack.
Billy: You need to talk? You couldn't knock on the door before you --
Adam: This is an urgent matter, and it doesn't concern you, Billy.
Billy: It's that urgent --
Jack: Billy, Billy, I got this. Adam, my brother and I were just finishing a conversation.
Billy: It's fine. Talk to him. I've got to go check on the restaurant anyway.
Jack: Thank you for dropping by.
Billy: Absolutely. Just don't go heads-up on this.
Jack: Okay. What's so urgent?
Adam: My father -- he's gone into overdrive, wants to know the identity of this person who fronted the rest of the money to privatize Newman.
Jack: We saw that coming. What's he doing?
Adam: You know, bugging my office, having me followed, regular stuff.
Jack: Wait, wait, wait. You were followed here?
Adam: I doubled back. I ended up following them for a while. They don't know where I am, but even if they did, we're friends, so it wouldn't come off as suspicious.
Jack: Adam, Victor cannot know that I am the secret investor in Newman.
Adam: He doesn't know, Jack. But he will eventually, and I cannot wait until that happens.
Victoria: You were very supportive of Adam when he was facing those charges.
Victoria: You'd think that when he was exonerated that he would be even closer to you.
Victor: Well, let's just say that he prevailed upon me to make a rather...imprudent business move.
Victoria: Okay, so you disagreed. I'm sure that that's happened before in your partnership. So why did this time drive you apart?
Victor: It's not important, my sweetheart, okay? Not important.
Victoria: You essentially kept me out of the family business --
Victor: No, no, no.
Victoria: Yes, you did.
Victor: No, I did not. That was your choice, remember? What a short memory we have.
Victor: Am I right?
Victoria: ...And the rest of the family still have a stake in Newman. So I would really like to know who is this Fish Hook? What is this, Adam's investors? If things fall apart between you and Adam, they can basically push you out of your own company? And I'm guessing, since you've already considered that, that you have something up your sleeve.
Chelsea: We don't need anyone who's not 100% supportive in our lives right now, Mom.
Anita: What do you call this ton of money I spent on these baby presents?
Anita: Okay, I realize that baby presents don't make up for past sins, but I'm trying, Chelsea. Why don't you open this present? It's a baby gym mat that you put on the floor and spread it out, and you have tummy time and...
Dylan: You want some coffee?
Dylan: She's still your mom.
Anita: You know, I-I thought of you getting so mad at me at the hospital as -- as postpartum blues and that once you got home with your beautiful family, you'd realize that me wanting to be part of your kid's life was a good thing. I-I can do better with Connor than I did with you. I can.
Chelsea: [Sighs] We, um, we just got some bad news.
Dylan: There's something wrong with Connor's eyes.
Dylan: He may have a degenerative eye disease.
Anita: Poor little guy. Aw. Is it the condition like, uh -- likely to get worse?
Dylan: Uh, well, we've got an appointment with the specialist to find out more.
Anita: Can we talk?
Dylan: You know, Anita, I know --
Chelsea: Actually, yeah. That might be a good idea, actually. My mom and I need to work through some stuff, so better to get it over with now.
Dylan: Okay. I'll leave you two alone. I hope you can clear things up, because Connor needs all the love he can get. Hey. Hey. You already know how much I love you, don't you, Buddy?
Anita: How are you doing?
Chelsea: This eye disease, Mom, it's hereditary.
Anita: And he inherited it from his father.
Chelsea: From Adam. This eye disease -- even the first time I was pregnant, I didn't -- I didn't know Adam and I -- I didn't know -- I didn't know that my -- my child could inherit it.
Anita: Adam was cured. And Connor will be, too.
Chelsea: You don't know that, Mom. There are no guarantees, especially with an infant. [Voice breaking] I mean, my son -- my son could lose his eyesight, and then there's Dylan, and Dylan's completely terrified.
Anita: He doesn't suspect it.
Chelsea: No, but he's blaming himself. Because we know it doesn't -- we don't have that condition on our side of the family, so he's assuming that he has it on his.
Anita: You know, even if that were true, it's nobody's fault.
Chelsea: Yes, it is someone's fault. Mine.
Billy: Thanks for coming, Guys. Hey, Dylan. Would you like a beer?
Dylan: A coffee.
Billy: Coffee? Dylan, you own a coffee shop. The Java there has to be much better than it is here.
Dylan: I just didn't want to see a lot of people and have to answer questions.
Billy: Oh, yeah? About what? Right. No people. No questions. One coffee coming right up. You look like hell. Baby keep you up all night?
Billy: Yeah, whoever came up with the expression "Sleeping like a baby" obviously never had one.
Dylan: I wonder if the other saying's true.
Billy: Which one?
Dylan: The one about the sins of the father being passed down to his son.
Jack: Adam, you are not going to have the joy of watching your father find out, because he's not going to find out that I am the secret investor in Newman.
Adam: Not yet.
Adam: Not until you and I yank Newman Enterprises out from underneath him.
Jack: Been there, done that. I don't want to be involved in Newman.
Adam: Well, you don't have to be involved.
Jack: And yet you're telling me your father is bugging your phone and following you around town?
Adam: I have things handled, Jack.
Jack: Look, when I loaned you the money to buy Newman back, it was with the understanding that you had a genuine interest in building a relationship with your father. That's what you always wanted. Has that changed?
Adam: Who cares what I want? Why does it even matter? Because it's clear to me that my father doesn't want it.
Jack: Okay, I can't say as I'm surprised by that, but I'm sorry it didn't work out.
Adam: Yeah. You know what, Jack? You got to admit your motives weren't completely altruistic. You knew what could happen if things went south. You knew that this arrangement would afford me the opportunity to have the upper hand on my father.
Jack: I won't deny that I take a certain pleasure in knowing Victor is about to lose something that he really cares about. But I have to be careful where Summer's concerned.
Adam: Summer doesn't strike me as the type who concerns herself about corporate hostile takeovers.
Jack: I don't want my daughter feeling any more torn between Victor and me than she already does.
Adam: At some point, Jack, we are going to have to make a move.
Jack: I will handle my problems with Victor my way. My name cannot surface as any part of these business issues.
Adam: You're already involved, Jack. You own a sizable part of the company.
Jack: Yes, it's my money. But this is your fight.
Victor: Do me a favor. Don't worry about my situation with Adam, okay?
Victoria: See? There you go, shutting me out again.
Victor: No, Sweetheart, I answered your questions.
Victoria: You did not answer my questions. You side-stepped my questions instead of trusting me, like you should have, when you blindly put your faith in Adam.
Victor: Sweetheart, I have never put my faith into anyone blindly. I know what my son is capable of, okay?
Victoria: But when he risked his life for you --
Victor: When he risked his life for me, I did not eliminate the possibility that he would one day plunge a knife into my back.
Victoria: [Scoffs] Dad, why are you running Newman Enterprises with him?
Victor: Because I was hoping that he would turn out to be a different son, that he would be the son that he claimed he wanted to be. And I knew I was going to be disappointed.
Victoria: All right, so by allowing Adam to be your business equal, you were testing him? It was a test, and Adam's failing. And now you're prepared to sever business ties with him.
Victor: If necessary.
Victoria: Okay. What about family ties? Because you know when you lose your business partner...
Victor: Then I have to be prepared to lose my son.
Abby: The reason why the idea of Noah working for Newman is so...
Noah: Crazy-pants insane...
Abby: Is because no one...
Noah: Absolutely no one in our family...
Abby: Has ever...
Abby: Ever worked with my father and stayed there.
Tyler: Okay, well, is that saying something about the kids, the grandkids, or is that saying something about Victor Newman?
Noah: Either way, there's no way I could go work for the family company.
Courtney: Well, is that because of what happened to all the other people or... so it's not you. I mean, why not?
Tyler: Yeah. Why not?
Noah: Maybe because my dad worked there and he's scarred for life and wants nothing to do with the company.
Abby: Okay, but Courtney is right. I mean, that was Nick, not you.
Noah: You know how Grandpa is.
Abby: Yeah, I know how he is with me and your dad and Victoria.
Tyler: Which is?
Abby: Impossible. Yeah. But -- but just because we all turned our back on him doesn't mean that you should. I mean, we all gave it a try.
Noah: What are you saying? You think I should go work for Granddad?
Abby: I'm just saying that you should never say never. I mean, you could be really good for my dad, bring some fresh, new energy, I mean, someone that's done something else in this world besides Newman.
Tyler: You got the right last name.
Abby: And, plus, there are a lot of different divisions at Newman. You just focus on the one that interests you the most.
Noah: Forget it, you guys. I have absolutely no interest whatsoever in working for Grandpa. You're never gonna catch me behind a desk at Newman. Never.
Victor: I can't sacrifice what I never really had. Adam showed me again that he has no real understanding of what it means to be part of the Newman family.
Victoria: By going outside the family.
Victor: Well, yeah. Even Summer, with her rather unfortunate bloodline, is more of a Newman than he is. She knows probably damn well that if something happened to her, push came to shove, we would support her. We would be behind her. Adam doesn't comprehend that.
Victoria: Dad... you know it's okay for you to claim that you distrusted Adam all along. But, you know, I saw a real pride in you when you announced that you and Adam were joining forces, and I'm sorry. I mean, I now -- I just see disappointment. And I see hurt.
Victor: Mnh-mnh. No, you don't.
Victoria: I know you don't want to admit it. I know. But I think Adam broke your heart.
Victor: No, that's not possible.
Adam: [Sighs] What I regret is letting down my guard with my dad, getting soft for a minute. I don't know what I was looking for.
Jack: Maybe just a little fatherly advice or someone to play catch with.
Adam: [Chuckles] Yeah. The boardroom is my father's field of play, and business is his game of choice.
Jack: Victor always has to win.
Adam: Yeah. Even when he's playing against his own children.
Jack: I am sincerely sorry that your relationship didn't turn out like you'd hoped.
Adam: It's been a running theme lately.
Chelsea: I brought my baby into this world surrounded by lies. Lies to Dylan, lies to Adam.
Anita: You had good reasons.
Chelsea: No matter how justified I thought I was, keeping the truth from Adam -- how is this fair to Connor? To burden a child with a lie that he's going to have to live with for the rest of his life.
Anita: All right. Calm down.
Chelsea: How did I ever think that I could get away with this? [Sniffles]
Anita: You were trying to hold on to something good. You were happy.
Chelsea: Yeah, and there's a big price to pay for that, and it's not fair that Connor is gonna have to pay that price.
Anita: All right, Chelsea, you have to stop this right now. You don't know anything for sure.
Chelsea: I do. I know, Mom.
Anita: No. No, you don't. And this is not some form of divine punishment. Things happen in life, a-and we get through them. Do you hear me? You are the child's mother, and it's not doing that baby a bit of good, you beating yourself up. Now, come on. You have to pull yourself together.
Chelsea: You're right. Connor's care and treatment -- that's the most important thing.
Chelsea: Except there is another huge problem.
Anita: Why is he even an issue?
Chelsea: If Adam finds out that my son has this eye disease, it's not gonna take him very long to figure out that he's my son's father.
Billy: You know, normally I would cut a customer off after three, but since your kid's probably gonna keep you up all night, I'll make an exception. So you were talking about, uh, sins of the father.
Dylan: I'm just trying to work some stuff out. You know, about things I've done. [Sighs] About how maybe my past has caught up to me. Just trying to find answers where there may not be any.
Billy: Okay. Well, I'm not going to poke my nose in your business any further.
Dylan: Thank you.
Billy: So, to change the subject to something happier, how's the kid? How'd the first checkup go?
Anita: If Adam finds out about the baby's condition, yes, he'll figure out that he's the father. So we're gonna make sure he doesn't find out. It's not like you or Dylan are gonna go talk to him about it.
Chelsea: Or you?
Anita: Or me. Haven't I already proved that I don't tell anybody anything?
Chelsea: Yes, you have.
Anita: All right, come on. Let's lock this down.
Anita: Who else knows about the baby's condition?
Chelsea: Just us and the doctor.
Anita: Okay, so we're gonna keep it that way.
Chelsea: And, Mom?
Anita: Oh, I swear I'm not telling your father.
Chelsea: Okay, good. But how are we gonna keep this from getting out? I mean, I'm not gonna just keep my baby locked up.
Anita: No, of course not. No. He's just a little baby. You know, he's going to be medically tested, and we're gonna get the treatment that he needs. And who knows? Maybe he'll be fine before anybody ever knows that there was anything wrong.
Chelsea: That's a long shot.
Anita: No, we just have to come up with a good reason to give your husband so he will not go talk to anybody about this.
Chelsea: What reason would there be?
Anita: Tell him you're superstitious or something. We'll figure out something, something that he'll buy.
Chelsea: Another lie.
Anita: Yeah, but it's just a little one. And, Honey, it's gonna be the last lie that you ever have to tell.
Jack: You can still have it all, with someone other than Chelsea.
Adam: I'm not too sure I agree with you on that.
Jack: Adam, I thought I would never find love again, and now... don't turn your back on love altogether.
Adam: What I need to do is focus on my strengths, what I do well. Right now, my father's sweating me down. He's all over me. So I'm gonna have to push him out of Newman a little sooner than I'd planned.
Jack: Watch you back.
Adam: Don't worry about me. I know what I'm doing.
Jack: One other thing --
Adam: Your name will not be mentioned.
Jack: Good. Actually, it'd be nice to have Victor focus on something other than keeping me away from my daughter.
Adam: Everybody wins.
Jack: Everybody except Victor. He looses everything.
Victor: Sweetheart, I'm a businessman and not a sentimental old fool. All right?
Victoria: Oh, okay. Right. So then you must have just had something in your eye at Katherine's memorial.
Victor: [Chuckles] No. I was tearing up. She was a very close friend. But I don't want you to spend another minute worrying about Adam and me. Everything is under control, okay?
Victoria: Okay, Dad.
Victor: Okay. Goodbye, Sweetheart.
Victor: What'd you find out? You're sure? Jack Abbott. Thank you. Well, well, well, well, well. Never think Jack Abbott. [Chuckles softly] Oh, yeah. I'll be damned.
Noah: You guys, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to turn this into a career-counseling session. Weren't we having fun before?
Courtney: I was having a great time. I mean, it was really cool. [Chuckles]
Noah: Have another round. Tyler's buying.
Courtney: I'll help carry the cups. So, do you think that Noah really had a good time tonight?
Courtney: And do you think that he likes me?
Tyler: Why not?
Courtney: I don't know. Do you know if he's dating anybody else?
Courtney: So do you think that he'll ask me out again?
Victoria: Oh, hey.
Victoria: Oh, you too. I'm glad I ran into you two.
Noah: What's up?
Victoria: Um... thanks. Listen, I just came from the ranch, okay. Um, I'm really concerned about Dad.
Abby: Because of Katherine?
Victoria: Adam. He's turned out to be exactly the person that we always loathed.
Abby: What did that snake do to Dad?
Victoria: [Sighs] They had some major disagreement, and now Adam has the upper hand at Newman.
Abby: No way.
Noah: Well, what can we do to help?
Victoria: I know that we all decided that we weren't gonna support Dad when he teamed up with Adam. But I really think that he's gonna need our help, especially if they decide to sever ties.
Abby: What kind of help?
Victoria: I don't know. I'm just here to give you a heads up and to tell you that there's a very good possibility that Dad, along with the rest of us, could lose Newman for good.
Noah: We can't let that happen.
Abby: Not interested in the family business, huh?
Jack: I've got it, Mrs. Martinez! [Sighs] You. Why?
Victor: You're accusing me of throwing my money around to gain an advantage over you.
Jack: Because you have.
Victor: You're a hypocrite, Jack. I know what you're up to.
Anita: Hi, Adam. Just leaving.
Adam: Wait a second.
Anita: I'm in a hurry.
Adam: Yeah. Come here. I just wanted to say congratulations, all right? I saw your grandson the other day. He is something special.
Anita: I really have to go.
Adam: You know what? You must be so happy for Chelsea... and Dylan.
Anita: I am. Because Chelsea has never been happier.
Chelsea: Everything is gonna be okay, Connor. And you are gonna be just fine. [Sniffles] Do you know how lucky you are, how lucky we are? Because Dylan loves us, and he is going to take care of us. You have the best daddy in the whole world.
Dylan: The trip to the pediatrician wasn't so good.
Billy: What's wrong?
Dylan: Something came up in Connor's checkup. There's a problem with his vision.
Billy: Okay. So, what, he's got to wear glasses?
Dylan: He may have a degenerative eye disorder. He could go blind.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Chelsea: You're gonna wake the baby.
Adam: My baby.
Jack: You don't even realize you're headed for the biggest fall of your life.
Billy: Dylan and Chelsea's baby has an eye disorder.
Victoria: Oh, my God. It's genetic.
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