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Episode # 10582 ~ Neil asks Cane to keep a secret; Dylan strikes back; Phyllis catches Jack in a compromising position.
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Lily: God. Is there a pen around here that works?
Cane: [Chuckles] It's okay.
Lily: Sorry, honey. Sorry.
Cane: I can order some more pens. Why don't you tell me what happened?
Lily: Um, I don't know. What hasn't happened? The fallout from the cocktail party/protest. We find out that Victor's behind the sale of the warehouse properties.
Cane: Joe put one over on me with that one, didn't he?
Lily: I mean, that was a huge PR mess for us. And then on top of that, Valentine's Day is around the corner. People are making reservations -- and then canceling them! And then I'm trying to help Kelly navigate her life post-Jack. But, you know, besides that, everything is great. It's great.
Cane: Everything's great. It's not that bad, okay? Everything's okay.
Lily: [Exhales deeply] Okay.
Cane: Okay? Just relax.
Lily: [Groans] I guess you're right. At least everything is okay with our family. At least I don't have to worry about them. [Sighs]
Hilary: I'm not trying to get pregnant with Neil.
Devon: Well, I know that now, but when he told me that you threw away your birth control pills, I --
Hilary: I told you. I didn't throw away the pills, okay? Just the package so he would think that I threw away the pills. If I ever had a baby, I'd want it to be yours.
Devon: I never should have doubted you.
Hilary: Well, I did the same thing when I saw you run upstairs with Gwen. I thought you were moving on.
Devon: See, this is exactly what I've been afraid of -- is you and me losing our love and trust in each other, and we can't let that happen. We really can't. That's why we need to go. We need to get out of town, all right? Even if it's just for a few days. I know a hotel spa that just opened up in Chicago. It's called the Saison. We can go there, relax, and just talk to each other.
Hilary: A few days? I don't think so.
Devon: Hilary, I just really need to be alone with you, all right? Please tell me that you'll go with me.
Hilary: I hate the thought of lying to Neil. I hate the thought of losing you even more. I'm sorry. There was a line in the ladies room.
Hilary: What's wrong?
Neil: You don't want to have a baby?
Hilary: Neil, we talked about this.
Neil: Yeah, we sure did. We both agreed that you -- you'd throw out your birth control pills.
Hilary: Yeah. And I did.
Neil: So what are they doing still in your bag?
Victor: Thank you. That was the mayor.
Joe: Bad news?
Victor: The sale of the warehouse district is put on hold, pending a community-impact study.
Joe: I got to hand it to Avery. She still has it when it comes to outsmarting her opponent. It's just too bad she's using her talent to help her boyfriend save this rundown coffeehouse of his.
Victor: You know, Joe, I don't give a damn about your personal feud with McAvoy, okay? This is a business deal. We are now on the losing end of it. And I don't like that.
Avery: Yes, thank you so much. We did it.
Dylan: What? What did they say?
Avery: That was the mayor's chief of staff. They put a hold on the sale.
Avery: Well, okay, pending a community-impact study, but we still have a lot of work to do before we can claim a Victory.
Dylan: Yeah, but this -- this is good.
Avery: This is very good. If things keep moving in this direction, you're gonna win this fight.
We are gonna win this fight.
Summer: [Grunting] How much longer?
Austin: Just a little bit more. [Kisses] Almost there. Almost there.
Summer: [Giggles] [Kisses]
Austin: Little faster. Ahh! [Kisses] 49.
Austin: One more. You got one more. 50!
Austin: [Chuckles] Are you ready to jump rope?
Summer: No, I'm ready to rest.
Austin: Well, you can take a little breather. You're working up quite the sweat.
Summer: Yeah. You know how I've been trying to decide on a career? Maybe I should just become a personal trainer.
Austin: I'm not so fond of you getting all hot and sweaty with a bunch of male clients.
Summer: [Chuckles] Okay.
Austin: Aren't you already signed up for classes at GCU?
Summer: I'm sure I could get into a weightlifting class.
Summer: [Chuckles] You know, I never thought I'd say this, but I'm actually looking forward to sitting in a classroom and studying again.
Austin: You know, you, uh, talking about getting your career going, going back to school, it's got me inspired.
Summer: To do what? You already have your degree. Wait, wait. Are you finally going to talk to Jack about doing ad work for Jabot?
Austin: Oh, I don't want a job handed to me any more than you do.
Summer: I-I know that, but I thought you said no one would hire you because of your arrest.
Austin: Well, I put myself out there, and I got an offer.
Summer: You got a job to do camera work?
Austin: Yeah, I'm gonna be shooting a commercial.
Summer: [Laughs] Oh, my God! That's amazing! That's so awesome! Okay, when? Where? What kind of commercial?
Austin: I don't have all the details yet, but my new boss says it's gonna be something that's really good for Genoa city, so...
Summer: Good job.
Austin: Thanks. [Laughs]
Jack: Phyllis, this is not what it looks like.
Phyllis: Really? Because it looks like the two of you were just rubbing up next to each other.
Jack: I got a note telling me to come to this room from someone planning a romantic surprise for me. I assumed that someone was you.
Phyllis: She tricked you.
Kelly: No, no, no. I got a message from Jack to meet him here.
Jack: Which I never sent.
Kelly: Look, I didn't know what to think. But when I came in and I saw the roses on the bed and a card mentioning one red rose, I mean, I figured it had to be you. I mean, who else knew that one red rose was our thing?
Jack: What about this note telling me to put the blindfold on? That didn't throw you a bit?
Kelly: No, this note was not here when I came in, okay? Somebody must have snuck in and left it for you after I went to the bathroom to get ready.
Phyllis: You know what? Get ready for this, bitch.
Kelly: [Gasps] Jack, she's gonna hurt me! Aah!
Jack: Stop --
Phyllis: You know what?! That slut lured you here by pretending to be me!
Kelly: The last thing I would ever want to be on this planet is you!
Phyllis: Well, it's a joke that you would even try, but that's exactly what she did!
Kelly: Oh, really? And did I send myself all these flowers, too?
Phyllis: I don't know. Who do you think did it?
Jack: She does have a point, Kelly.
Kelly: Jack, wake up! This is classic Phyllis, the vindictive, manipulative person everybody's been warning me about! She did this! She set this all up just to humiliate me again!
Phyllis: Oh, excuse me! You were the one who humiliated me! You wore the same dress I did! You made sure I ran out of gas so I could look like roadkill by the time I got to the athletic club!
Kelly: You are paranoid!
Phyllis: You know what?! You are pathological!
Kelly: Says the woman who used your phone to get me to come to your office so she could shove her engagement ring in my face one more time! You know she did that, Jack! You know that's true!
Jack: Why would she order only red roses?
Kelly: I don't know. Okay, I got it. The first red rose that you ever gave me, I-I pressed it in a book in -- in your house, and I left it in the living room on a -- on a bookshelf.
Phyllis: Oh, my God. This is insane!
Kelly: She must have found it! So you go -- you go to your house, and you find that --
Phyllis: You are a psycho-stalking nutjob!
Jack: Okay, both -- both of you stop it!
Phyllis: You put it there yourself this morning!
Jack: I know -- I don't know what's going on here, but I'm gonna get to the bottom of this.
Phyllis: Oh, that is awesome. That is great, because I'm gonna help you. Let's go, Jack.
Kelly: [Breathing heavily]
Cane: I am sorry you are having a bad day.
Lily: No, I didn't have a bad day. I just had a bad moment. I let work get to me. But then I remember that everyone I care about is happy and healthy, and that's all that matters.
Cane: We're blessed.
Lily: We are. I was really worried about dad there for a second. And I never thought I would say this, but I'm actually happy he has Hilary in his life. And then Devon has someone that he loves and cares about. I mean, I could be planning a wedding/baby shower here pretty soon. How amazing would that be?
Cane: It's amazing, yeah.
Lily: [Chuckles] We could have it here. Have, like, a whole theme.
Cane: All right, let's slow down. Slow down, slow down. You have enough work that's real, okay, to worry about. Let's not plan something that may not happen.
Lily: Well, it could happen.
Cane: Okay, well, if it does, then we'll deal with it then.
Cane: All right. I have to take your dad to an appointment. You gonna be okay?
Lily: Yeah, I'll be fine. I'm gonna have to get used to working here by myself.
Cane: Is that why you're so stressed out? The thought of me going back to the corporate world, leaving you high and dry?
Lily: No. If I need help, I can hire someone.
Cane: You know I hate abandoning you, right?
Lily: Well, I would hate it if you stayed here just 'cause of me. I want you to be happy. And if that means going to the corporate world, then so be it. Just don't turn into your friend Joe, please.
Cane: All right, get completely caught up in my work? You don't have to worry about it. It's not gonna happen.
Lily: Or getting caught up with someone like Victor.
Dylan: Let's go home and continue this celebration, hmm?
Avery: I would love to, but I'm meeting Summer at the club. We joined a spin class together.
Dylan: Skip that. We're gonna have a private workout.
Avery: Well, that -- mmm -- that is very hard to resist, but...
Dylan: Well, then don't.
Dylan: Come on. I've been so caught up in saving crimson lights, I want to give you the attention that you deserve.
Avery: I know how much you love me. And I promise you, we will celebrate our Victory and us tonight when I get home.
Dylan: [Chuckles] You're really gonna make me wait?
Avery: Yeah, I'll make it worth the wait. Goodbye.
Dylan: All right. [Laughs] [Sighs]
Victor: You were supposed to complete the purchase of the warehouse district before anyone found out that I owned it.
Joe: Well, I underestimated McAvoy.
Victor: No kidding.
Joe: We still have most of the city council on our side, and I'm confident we'll get the rest by the time --
Victor: I don't have the time to wait for that.
Joe: McAvoy's not gonna back down.
Victor: McAvoy is no longer your problem, all right?
Joe: What's that supposed to mean?
Victor: Because I'll take care of him.
Victor: That's none of your business.
Hilary: You went through my bag?
Neil: Yeah, well, I did because your phone was ringing and I thought I should an-- why are these pills still in your bag?
Hilary: I always, um, keep an extra pack in my bag just in case I forget to take it in the morning. I forgot that they were in there. I'm sorry. I'll throw them out. It's fine.
Neil: Hilary, there's something more going on here than you're saying.
Hilary: No, nothing is going on.
Neil: No, no, no, I can hear it in your voice. I mean, baby, if -- if you're not ready to have a baby, then it's okay.
Hilary: It's just -- it's just the timing, you know, with everything going on.
Neil: Everything going on? Like what? Like my blindness?
Hilary: Honestly, that's part of it. I'm sorry.
Neil: No, you have nothing to apologize for. I'm sorry, you know. I'm sorry that I pushed you. I-I've just -- recently I-I've been feeling so hopeful, you know? Like anything was possible. I was ready for a family and a baby, and just because I am doesn't mean that you are. I-I was insensitive to you. I was.
Hilary: No, don't blame yourself, okay? I should have said something. It's just I've been so stressed lately, you know, with work and us.
Neil: You know what I think? I think you need a break.
Hilary: Uh, well, actually, I was -- I was thinking about going away by myself just to clear my head and relax.
Neil: Yeah, that's great. I think that's a great idea. What are you thinking about? Where? Maybe, um, okay, the sunny beaches of Florida. It's beautiful down there. Or maybe you could get your skis on and go skiing in Vermont.
Hilary: I was thinking about checking out this new spa. Um, it's at the Saison hotel.
Neil: Yeah. See? Now's your chance.
Devon: Hello. Is this the Saison hotel? Ah, yes, I need to make a, uh, a reservation for two.
Summer: You sure you don't want to join aunt Avery and me in our class?
Austin: I'm good.
Summer: Yeah? You know, guys think that spin is so easy, but I think you're all just chicken.
Austin: I'm not chicken, okay? My camera is at home. I haven't used it in a long time. I got to make sure that it's okay.
Summer: Chicken. Uh-huh.
Austin: That's actually my new boss now.
Summer: Joe Clark is your boss?
Austin: You know him?
Summer: Yeah, that's my aunt Avery's ex-husband. He's the guy that's trying to shut down crimson lights.
Austin: He didn't say anything about that.
Summer: Yeah, well, that's -- that's what he's doing here.
Austin: Here, I'll -- I'll catch up to you after your class.
Austin: All right. Joe.
Joe: Hey. Hey, Austin. How you doing? I was, uh -- I was gonna call you, and I got tied up at work. We still on for the commercial?
Austin: Yeah, that's actually what I need to talk to you about. I have a problem.
Joe: Yeah? What kind of problem?
Austin: Well, I didn't realize the commercial we're gonna shoot is to persuade people to tear down crimson lights.
Avery: Hey. Sorry I'm late. Uh, I had a very important phone call. Dylan and I got some great news.
Summer: That's good. I'm glad somebody did.
Avery: Hey, what's wrong?
Summer: Nothing. Austin finally got a production job.
Avery: Okay. I don't understand. Why is that a problem?
Summer: It's his new boss.
Dylan: I take it you're not here for the coffee.
Victor: No, I'm not.
Dylan: You heard about the impact study putting the sale on hold.
Victor: Who hasn't?
Dylan: I'm surprised you didn't send Joe Clark over to talk to me. He's been doing your dirty work for you.
Victor: You and Avery have proven to be rather worthy adversaries.
Dylan: I doubt that's a compliment.
Victor: You can take it any way you want, okay? I'm here to talk business to you.
Dylan: Because that's all this is to you?
Victor: I'm making you an offer.
Jack: What is this?
Phyllis: This is the surprise I set up for us -- in suite 702.
Jack: I don't understand.
Phyllis: I asked Hilary about clearing your schedule so I could take you away on a tropical vacation. Somewhere warm and romantic, far away from Genoa city.
Jack: And because of Ashley's fragrance and Chelsea's new line, she knew I wouldn't be available for months.
Phyllis: So this is what I did. It's not St. Thomas, but it's the best lily and I could do on short notice.
Jack: So you gave me a note telling me to come here?
Jack: Why did you give me the key to 802?
Phyllis: I didn't.
Jack: You're saying Kelly did?
Phyllis: She switched them. Who else would want me to walk in on the two of you?
Jack: How would she know you'd come looking for me?
Phyllis: She knew when you didn't show up I would call the front desk, which I did. The clerk told me you went to the other suite, which she had hoped he would!
Jack: Okay, what if you hadn't called?
Phyllis: If I hadn't have called, she would have had you all to herself, and that is a win/win for her, Jack.
Jack: Why would she do that? She knows I love you.
Phyllis: Yeah, she knows it, but she sure as hell cannot and will not accept it!
Jack: It doesn't make sense. What would be her goal?
Phyllis: To make you think I've set this whole thing up! She's trying to turn you against me, just like when she pretended I slapped her. She is trying to convince you that I will go to insane lengths to protect what's mine.
Jack: You did use my cell to lure her to my office.
Phyllis: Oh, my God. She's doing it, and you promised me she wouldn't. She is turning you against me, Jack.
Kelly: You know, I-I heard all the stories about what a terror Phyllis could be, but I had no idea. I mean, I didn't expect her to go all "fatal attraction" on me.
Lily: Okay, come on. It's not like she's boiling bunnies.
Kelly: She's messing with people's heads. Mine and Jack's. She's trying to get Jack to believe that she wasn't the one who sent me and him messages to meet in the VIP. Suite.
Lily: Okay, honestly, I don't know why she would do that, especially when she arranged to meet Jack in another suite. But then again, Kelly, you knew that.
Kelly: Yeah, I did. I saw you with her. I heard the two of you planning a romantic rendezvous for her and Jack.
Lily: I'm sorry about that. But why would you go and meet him, then?
Kelly: Because I got a text message from him, or so I thought, asking me to meet him in the other suite. I mean, don't you understand what happened here? Phyllis made it look like she was gonna be waiting in her suite while the whole time she knew that me and Jack were gonna be in bed together.
Lily: Why would she do that?
Kelly: So she could accuse me of trying to trick Jack into coming to the wrong room.
Lily: I don't know, Kelly. It just sounds like what you're suggesting --
Kelly: I'm not suggesting anything! I'm telling you that this is what happened, okay? Come on! You told me yourself Phyllis was capable of taking cruel and vindictive to the extreme!
Lily: Okay, maybe you're right. I mean, she is kind of desperate to hang on to Jack. I don't know.
Kelly: Having Jack is never gonna be enough for her. She wants to destroy me, lily, because she knows real love, the kind of love that Jack and I have, never dies.
Jack: Love is a funny thing. You can't see it. You can't touch it. You can't lock it up so you can't steal it. But when two people share it, it is strong, it is powerful. And if one of them doesn't screw it up, it's forever. Please don't screw this up.
Phyllis: But Kelly --
Jack: No one can come between us unless we let them.
Phyllis: I'm trying not to.
Jack: You think I'm letting Kelly question my belief in you, in us. She can't do that. She does not have the power to do that. Only you do. Let go of this vendetta against Kelly.
Phyllis: Jack, you know me. I-I fight. I fight and try to protect what's mine.
Jack: I know that. I'm asking you not to this time.
Phyllis: So that's it? We just let Kelly get away with that stunt she just pulled?
Jack: Kelly claims she hasn't done anything.
Phyllis: You believe her over me?
Jack: Maybe someone else is playing a rude joke on all of us.
Phyllis: Who would do something like that?
Jack: I don't know that. But it's the only answer I have. Because if it isn't someone else, then...
Phyllis: Then it has to be either me or Kelly, right?
Phyllis: Well, which one of us do you think it is, Jack?
Neil: Okay. Which one is it? I-I can't see.
Neil: Where are you? Why can't I see?
Neil: Hey. Doc?
Neil: It's you?
Summer: What does Joe think he can gain by hiring Austin?
Avery: I don't know. Joe's not an easy guy to figure out.
Summer: [Sighs] I was just really excited when Austin told me he got this job 'cause I've been looking forward to him getting away from the underground and certain people there.
Avery: Austin and your dad aren't getting along?
Summer: No, they're fine. It's Mariah.
Avery: What's the problem?
Summer: Well, no one ever taught her any kind of social etiquette, so Mariah seems to think that a wedding ring means "I'm available."
Avery: Well, I hope Austin set her straight on that.
Summer: Yeah, no, he has. I mean, I would just feel better if he took this job and got away from her, you know? I-I hope it wouldn't make you mad.
Avery: Look, I'm not gonna tell Austin whether he should or shouldn't take this job. And my advice to you would be you shouldn't, either.
Summer: Yeah, no, I know. It's his life.
Avery: Mm-hmm. Hey, speaking of lives, your mom told me that you're going back to college.
Summer: Yes, I am. I start next week.
Avery: Oh, that makes me so happy, really. You're pursuing your dreams now.
Summer: Even though I don't know what they are yet.
Avery: Well, you keep looking. You'll find them. And once you do, don't let anybody stop you from going after them.
Victor: I think this is a hell of an offer.
Dylan: It's, uh, pretty lucrative. You think you can buy me?
Victor: I'm reaching out to my wife's son because your happiness seems to mean a lot to her.
Dylan: Not to you.
Victor: I don't give a damn about your happiness, not after that disrespectful display at the athletic club, all right? I'm making a business proposition.
Dylan: I see what you get out of it.
Victor: Let me put it this way. The money I'm offering you, you can relocate crimson lights to anywhere in this town.
Dylan: I like it right here.
Victor: Oh, yeah? You could launch a franchise with that, you know, if you have the drive and the passion and the intelligence.
Dylan: Impact study has you worried. I think I'll pass.
Victor: You're a fool. This is a very good offer.
Dylan: Tide's turning in my direction, Victor.
Victor: I've been in business for a long time. Sometimes these kind of transactions, you know, with lawsuits back and forth, take a long time. Some people might get hurt. Including your friend Avery.
Dylan: That's how this works? I refuse to take your payoff and you threaten my fiancée?
Victor: Let me just say that I'm not threatening you, okay?
Dylan: So, when you said things could go badly for Avery, that was just an observation?
Victor: Well, she has a good reputation, you know. She's very respected at what she does.
Dylan: And you think she's wasting her time representing me and other small businesses even though we stopped the sale of your property from going through?
Victor: Let me just say that things don't always work out the way you think they will.
Dylan: I agree. They don't.
Victor: Good. Then we agree on that. So... my offer still stands.
Dylan: So does my refusal.
Victor: Hope you don't live to regret your decision. You have a nice day. Hope you sell a lot of coffees around here.
Neil: Thank you. Thank you, doc.
Cane: Thank you, doc. Thank you. Hey, hey, what'd he say?
Neil: Well, he mostly listened. I told him about the bits of light that I've been seeing. Hilary's phone and the candle.
Cane: And what does that mean?
Neil: Well, I can't be sure, you know. He's gonna run some tests, get back to me as soon as the results come in. You know what this is. This is a typical doctor's visit, that's all.
Cane: Okay, but the fact you're seeing anything, that's a good sign, right?
Neil: And it could be nothing, Cane.
Cane: All right, but this experience, did he say he's seen another patients who have gone through this? What did he say?
Neil: Stop, stop. I-I don't want to put any words in that man's mouth.
Cane: Okay, but is he hopeful?
Neil: He told me that the bits of light that I've been seeing, it could be an indication that my sight is coming back.
Devon: I just booked the hotel. Did you talk to Neil?
Hilary: Yeah. He thinks me getting away by myself for a few days is a good idea.
Devon: Okay. Then we're all set?
Hilary: Devon, I want to be with you. I do. But this is just... it's too complicated.
Devon: Hilary, you and I love each other. That's simple.
Excuse me, sir.
This arrived for you at the desk.
Devon: Thanks, matt. Appreciate it. This is massage oil. This is nice. Did you get this for me?
Hilary: No. There is a card.
Devon: "Can't wait to try this with you. Let me know when. Gwen."
Jack: Let's just get our coats and go home.
Phyllis: Not until I prove that I am telling the truth.
Lily: Phyllis. I am so sorry. I heard about the misunderstanding with the room.
Phyllis: There were no misunderstandings. Your employee used her position to arrange for me to find my fiancé in bed with her.
Kelly: You knew I worked here, Phyllis. You could have chosen any place to have your romantic encounter with Jack, and yet you chose here. Why would you do that? Unless it was to set me up!
Phyllis: Nobody is buying this victim act of yours.
Kelly: [Scoffs] New year's eve, luring me to Jack's office the other day, and now this? You just keep finding ways to humiliate me.
Phyllis: You are a pathetic liar.
Phyllis: I am not gonna stand by and watch her get away with this. Excuse me. Sir! You -- you work at the front desk, right? You were here all day?
[Cell phone chimes]
Lily: Ooh. Uh, I have to get this. Are you gonna be okay? Please go easy on him. It's okay.
Phyllis: Sir, who told my fiancé to go to VIP. Suite 802?
Kelly: It's okay, matt. You can tell her. We all want to hear the answer.
Cane: I cannot wait to tell lily about this. She's been so stressed out, and this is gonna cheer her up.
Neil: No, you're not. You're not gonna say a damn thing about this, Cane.
Neil: Because I don't want anyone to know about what I've been seeing, this light that I've been seeing.
Cane: Okay, but what about the experimental program to get your vision back?
Neil: Hey. Where are you?
Cane: I'm here.
Neil: What did you -- what did I ask you? What -- what did you promise me? You promised me that you wouldn't say a word to anyone, and I expect you to keep that promise.
Cane: Listen to me, okay? Hilary and lily, okay, they're worried about you. Anything that's a glimmer of hope, we should share it with them.
Neil: It could be months or years before it comes back, and maybe never.
Cane: Okay, we all understand it's gonna be a process, Neil.
Neil: This process has been very rough on my wife, and I don't want her to get her hopes up yet. Not yet, okay?
Hilary: It's not just Neil we're hurting anymore. Now Gwen is falling for you, too.
Devon: I'm just gonna have to tell her that we can't see each other anymore.
Hilary: That doesn't even solve our biggest problem.
Devon: That's why we need to leave and go out of town so we can spend some time to figure out what we're gonna do.
Hilary: Do we have to go all the way to Chicago to do that?
Devon: Hilary, if I thought that spending money on the hotel was a bad idea, I wouldn't have done it.
Lily: Please tell me you didn't just say what I think you did.
Phyllis: If you're covering for your co-worker --
Kelly: It's all right, matt. We all want to get to the bottom of this. We all just want to know the truth, so just tell us what you know.
Uh, a woman called the desk.
I don't know. She -- she didn't leave a name. She just said Mr. Abbott should meet her in suite 802.
Phyllis: And you didn't recognize the voice? Well, if you're -- if you're not gonna say that it's Kelly here, at least tell my fiancée that it wasn't me.
Kelly: Would you stop badgering the poor man? He said he didn't know.
That's exactly what I said. I don't know.
Phyllis: You're covering for her. How much did she pay you?
Jack: Okay, that's enough. We're going.
Phyllis: No, I am not through with her.
Jack: We are through. We are leaving.
Phyllis: She is not gonna stop until she comes in between both of us.
Jack: I am marrying you. This is proof.
Kelly: That ring on her finger is never gonna stop Phyllis. It's never gonna be enough for her. She won't be happy until she has destroyed me. This card was in the room. If you don't believe me, call that number. It'll prove what I'm saying is true.
Phyllis: This is insane. I'm gonna get my things.
Avery: So, what? Joe's making a commercial now? What? To sell his redevelopment project to the public?
Austin: That's what I thought when I went to tell him I couldn't work for him.
Summer: That's not what he's doing?
Austin: No, I guess he's just making a general ad for his real-estate firm.
Summer: So you wouldn't be doing anything that could hurt Dylan?
Austin: I guess not.
Avery: Austin, if you want to take the job, you should take the job.
Austin: It could be a good opportunity and lead to more work.
Avery: Yeah, then you should do it.
Summer: Yeah, I think you should take it, too.
Austin: Well, then I should go get my equipment ready.
Summer: You know, I'm gonna go with you. I just want to make sure I have everything ready to start classes next week. Thank you, aunt Avery.
Avery: Oh, good luck to you both.
Summer: Thank you.
Avery: Yeah. Oh, and, Austin?
Avery: Uh, on this job, try not to take any hostages. What are you up to, Joe?
Joe: You know, working out, trying to keep from getting soft. Happens every winter.
Avery: Why'd you hire Austin?
Joe: I figured the kid needed a break. And I owed him. You know, if the cops hadn't called and questioned me when he was stalking you online, I --
Avery: Yeah, you might not have ever come to Genoa city.
Joe: Yeah, I might not have called you when I did.
Avery: So, what? This is just you're giving him a job out of the goodness of your heart?
Joe: Yeah. Is that so hard to believe?
Avery: I'm not sure you have a heart, Joe.
Joe: Wow. You really feel that way, don't you, Avery?
Avery: What do you expect? You come to town under false pretenses. You lure me to your hotel room with a lie, claiming that you want to talk.
Joe: And that's all we did.
Avery: Yeah, and then you're working for Victor to try to run Dylan out of business. Now you're hiring Austin. What's going on? Look, Joe, if you want to do battle with me, fine. Bring it. I can handle it. But you leave Summer and Austin alone.
Joe: You know, what's it gonna take for you to be convinced that I'm not out to hurt anyone?
Avery: Maybe if you stop working for Victor and focus on something that's worthy of your talent and ability.
Joe: And who's to say that I'm not?
Dylan: Avery thinks the impact study will show the negative effects of the redevelopment plan will outweigh the positive. [Chuckles] No, come on, man. You don't have to thank me. Okay, okay, I accept. Avery and I will be down later for a round on the house. Yeah. Yeah, I'll be right --
Lily: Are you really regretting buying the hotel? 'Cause just tell me the problem and I'll fix it.
Devon: No, it's nothing like that.
Lily: Okay. Thank God, 'cause I cannot handle anymore hotel-room mix-ups or plumbing issues. Is it the linen guy? I mean, did he mess up the order again or --
Hilary: Uh, no. You know, I was actually just telling Devon that I was going to this hotel in Chicago for a couple days.
Lily: Oh. Really?
Hilary: Yeah, um, they have this amazing spa with facials and massages, the works.
Lily: Oh, it sounds amazing.
Hilary: Yeah, I can't wait to just get away and forget about everything else here.
Lily: I hear you. That sounds like exactly what I need. I have an idea. Why don't I go with you?
Phyllis: What's that?
Jack: That's the business card from the florist who delivered the roses. I just called them.
Jack: They said you ordered the flowers.
Avery: Hello, Victor. Planning to vent your frustration about the warehouse district on a punching bag?
Victor: Hello, Avery. Your friend Dylan may see this as a fight, but as far as I'm concerned, it's a simple business transaction. As a lawyer, you know what that is about. You understand.
Avery: I understand exactly how you operate.
Victor: Well, then you understand whatever dealings we have with one another from now on, they're strictly business. Nothing personal.
Avery: Funny. My ex-husband just said the same thing.
Dylan: I don't want any trouble.
Then open the cash register and step back.
[Cash register beeps, opens]
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Joe: I didn't send anybody after Dylan.
Avery: I don't believe you, Joe.
Paul: When you put him in the hospital, you crossed the line!
Victor: I had nothing whatever to do with the mugging of your son!
Dylan: I'm not afraid of Victor.
Nikki: You should be.
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