Y&R Transcript Monday 1/19/15


Episode # 10585 ~ Victoria has a business proposal for Victor; Avery remembers her past with Joe; Adam tries to get information from Chelsea.

Provided By Suzanne

Jack: Answer me. I'd like to know what this is doing here.

Phyllis: How would I know? I've never seen it before.

Jack: You have no clue as to how this got into our living room, into your bag?

Phyllis: What are you talking about?

Jack: This wig. This doesn't look familiar to you at all?

Phyllis: Because it's blonde? You -- you think -- you think I went to the florist and decided to be Kelly.

Jack: Did you?

Phyllis: I-I thought we were done with all this.

Jack: So did I.

Phyllis: Last night, you were convinced that Kelly was the one who ordered the roses and sent the fake messages so the two of you would land up in bed together. I believed that until I saw this.

Phyllis: And you think I'm lying to you? You think I-I'm lying to you right now?

Jack: I don't know what I think.

Dylan: Come on. I got it.

Avery: Easy.

Dylan: Come on. I got it. I can walk by myself. Come on.

Avery: You should be in bed, Dylan.

Dylan: I just have a few scratches and bruises. That's all.

Avery: Other than that. And I still don't know what you were thinking taking on those two thugs. They could have

Dylan: I had a loaded coffee pot.

Avery: Okay, will you stop joking a you were nearly killed.

Dylan: It' I'm fine.

Avery: [Sighs] When I think about -- here when I think about losing you --

Dylan: Well, that ain't gonna happen. You're stuck with me.

Avery: Okay, please, let me take you home. Let me take care of you.

Paul: You know what? You ought to listen to her.

Dylan: Uh, you here for, uh, some coffee, or is my dad gonna yell at me?

Paul: Oh, no, no. I'll leave that to Avery. I'm here to give you an update on your attack.

Dylan: roof to nail Victor?

Victor: I assume you heard that Dylan McAvoy was found beaten up in his coffee shop.

Joe: I heard.

Victor: That's all you have to say?

Joe: What else do you expect me

Victor: What were you finding two thugs to beat up McAvoy? I told you that I would handle it.

Victoria: [Sighs] I'm sorry. I'm sorry for prying. What you and Chelsea do is really none of my business.

Billy: No, Vick, it's okay. You and I -- we share kids together. And what I do and who I spend my time with --

Victoria: I mean, you must wonder about me and Ben -- if we have any future plans. Ah, I do. I just... [Chuckles] Try not to ask.

Chelsea: Oh, I see. You don't think that I should ask about you and Chelsea and what your long-term plans are.

Billy: No. No, you're more than welcome to. I just don't know how to answer the question.

Victoria: You don't have to.

Billy: I want to. I really do. It's just that the direction that Chelsea and I are headed in, okay? Tell you that I like being with her and Connor, and the idea of spending my life with them -- it...sounds pretty good.

Victoria: That's good. Um... I guess Chelsea makes you happy.

Billy: She does.

Victoria: Good. I'm glad.

Billy: [Chuckles] Sure you're not just glad to have me out of your life?

Victoria: Billy, you're a good man. I'm really happy for you. And for Chelsea. But especially Connor. You know, you'll be a way better dad than Adam could have ever been.

Chelsea: What are you doing?

Adam: We -- we were just talking a little; turns out he's a big man u fan. You know, I'm more of a --

Victoria: I'll take him.

Adam: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, of course.

Chels hi!

Adam: I hope you don't mind I picked him up. He was just getting a little fussy in the playpen. Uh...I-I did him like that. I think he was just upset that you left the room.

Chelsea: No, that's okay. Sorry I took so long.

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: Were you missing what -- I was looking all over for this. Where did you get it?

Adam: Um, yeah, I just found it. Uh, it was -- it was in the stroller.

Chelsea: I looked there twice.

Adam: Actually, of shoved down in the corner. The blanket was on top of it. I'm not surprised you didn't see it.

Chelsea: Really?

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: It was in there?

Adam: Yeah, it was shoved down deep in the side.

Chelsea: Oh.

Adam: ...Crack.

Chelsea: That's crazy. My mind has been on a million I'm sorry, sweetheart.

Adam: Oh, no. Come on. You do an amazing job juggling your career and Connor. That's --

Chelsea: Thank you. [Chuckles] it's not easy.

Adam: I'm sure. I'm sure it's not easy.

Chelsea: Actually, I asked you and you never answered me.

Adam: What's that?

Chelsea: Do you h children?

Adam: Uh, do I have children? No, uh, not at the moment. But, uh...I do plan on having a little guy just like that in my life. Hopefully soon.

Billy: Well, fortunately, we don't have to worry about Adam influencing Connor or any other kid.

Victoria: t think what you might have done to him if he hadn't died in the car crash.

Billy: After what he did to Dee Dee, I would have been justified.

Victoria: It's not worth doing prison time.

Billy: But he stole Delia's life from her, from me. And there's no way I was gonna let him get away with that.>>Victoria: You're not that different from my dad when it comes to defending your family.

Billy: Yeah, except that I go after the bad guys. Your dad, on the other hand -- he'd go after anybody who got in even your brother.

Victoria: Nick?

Billy: Dylan. I went to visit him in the hospital, and he is convinced Victor is behind the beating that he took.

Victoria: Oh, come on. Dad would --

Billy: You and I both know that he would. He has. And in the past, I was around to protect you from the fallout, but now...

Victoria: Dad would never put me in danger.

Billy: Maybe not intentionally. But when you mess with bad boys, bad things happen.

Victoria: Yeah, you're right. Like tining buddies came after me.

Billy: Those guys were amateurs, Vick. Nothing compared to the heavy hitters that your father is capable of hiring.

Victoria: Oh, God. You are always gonna think the worst when it comes to my father.

Billy: Okay, whatever with the things that your dad is doing now. I don't care. But I care about you. I know that you're with stitch now. If you ever need me, anytime, anywhere, I'm there.

Joe: Since when do you care about McAvoy?

Victor: When I tell you that I'll take care of it, okay?

Joe: Look, we both want the same thing -- the sale of the house district to go through.

Victor: I did not want him beaten up.

Joe: I heard it was a robbery. Nothing to prove otherwise.

Victor: It better stay that way, okay? I told everyone this was nothing personal, just business. Don't you make a liar out of me.

Joe: You know, who can separate his business and personal life. Never been my strong suit.

Victor: Well, you have a good day.

Phyllis: What's the point of staying together if you don't trust me? Unless you don't want us to.

Jack: Of course, I do. I'm just trying to figure this out.

Phyllis: Well, you're trying to make sense of something that makes no sense. Think about it. Why would I go to the trouble of buying a wig and going to the florist and giving them my name? I'm not stupid, Jack.

Jack: I know that.

Phyllis: Well, then you have to believe me when I say that wig doesn't belong to me. I've never seen it before. I had nothing to do with ordering the roses and sending you and Kelly messages so that you'd end up in bed together.

Jack: I believe that you don't think you're lying to me.

Phyllis: What does that mean?

Jack: Is it possible that you forgot about the wig, that you forgot you hid it here, that --

Phyllis: Wait, wait. Are you saying that I would actually hatch this plot, execute it, and forget about it?

Jack: I'm asking if it's a possibility.

Phyllis: Well, yeah, Jack, I suppose so. If I were crazy. Is that what you think -- that I'm crazy?

Jack: No, I don't think you're crazy.

Phyllis: But you think I did all the crazy things that Kelly is accusing me of.

Jack: You have admitted to luring her to my office with my phone.

Phyllis: [Sighs] I did one mildly mischievous thing in desperation, and you think I'm a lunatic?

Jack: No, I didn't say that. I'm saying that between the fall and the coma and this treatment Victor arranged for you, maybe something happened, some damage was done that we don't know about.

Phyllis: Jack, I just got back from a neurologist appointment. He ran a battery of tests. I-I had a brain scan. He said everything is normal.

Jack: There has to be some way to explain this.

Phyllis: Well, there is. Her name is Kelly.

Jack: I'm really supposed to believe that she broke in here and planted that?

Phyllis: Why not? It's too extreme?

Jack: Yes. Honestly, too extreme.

Phyllis: Okay, but me wearing it and buying roses so I could set you up with your ex-lover in bed isn't?

Jack: Of course it is. That sounds absolutely ridiculous. Let's drop the subject, all right? I'm gonna go to the office.

Phyllis: No, honey. No, I don't want to leave things like this.

Jack: I have a meeting that I have to attend, and...we'll pick this up later, okay? I promise you. Everything's gonna be okay. I promise.

[Door opens, closes]

Phyllis: [Scoffs] Hey, I-I need to see you. Now.

Chelsea: If you need to refer to my designs while working on the marketing campaign...

Adam: Thank you for that, but I'm not likely to forget what I saw here today. This collection is completely unique. It's original. It's fun.

Chelsea: Oh, well, I hope our customers agree with you.

Adam: They will. They will. I know you said it's difficult juggling Connor and a career, but you make it look easy.

Chelsea: Well, I have help -- my mom and Billy. He really supports my career, and he's so good with Connor.

Adam: Is he? It's got to be hard for him.

Chelsea: Uh, well, he doesn't complain. [Chuckles]

Adam: No, but didn't you say that, uh -- that Connor's father is responsible for what happened to Billy's daughter?

Chelsea: Yeah.

Adam: It's tragic.

Chelsea: Tragic doesn't begin to describe what Billy and Delia's mother have had to go through.

Adam: It's been difficult for you, too.

Chelsea: [Sighs] You can't possibly imagine.

Adam: You're right. It's -- it's got to be devastating, though, you know? Knowing that somebody that you love did something so terrible, knowing that, um...you know, eventually, you're gonna have to tell Connor the truth about his father.

Chelsea: Yeah, I've been thinking a lot about that.

Adam: There's no way to keep it from him.

Chelsea: I know, but it is important to me to make sure that Connor knows there was so much more to his father than one terrible mistake.

Adam: A lot of people wouldn't feel that way.

Chelsea: Well, a lot of people didn't know Adam.

Adam: It sort of sounds like you forgive him.

[Knock on door]

Victor: Hi, sweetheart. Where's little Katherine?

Victoria: She's in the nursery. I need to talk to you, dad.

Victor: I assume you've heard about the accusations hurled at your father.

Victoria: I don't believe for one second that you had anything to do with Dylan being beaten up.

Victor: I had nothing to do with that.

Victoria: But I am still upset. Dad, how could you sell the property that crimson lights is sitting on? That consortium will go in there and tear it down and redevelop the entire area.

Victor: [Sighs] Sweetheart, this is business, okay, pure and simple.

Victoria: Yeah, so think of some other business -- one that doesn't... [Sighs] Hurt mom and Dylan.

Victor: You know, I offered him a lot of money to relocate his business anywhere else. A lot of money. In fact, I have the settlement here. Ah, he -- he turned it down.

Victoria: Somehow, I just don't think that that's gonna make mom feel any better. There has to be a solution. Maybe a different buyer who won't demolish all of the buildings. I don't know.

Victor: There's no time. This sale has to go through.

Victoria: Why? What's the urgency?

Victor: Take a look at this.

Victoria: [Sighs] I didn't realize that the situation was this serious.

Victor: I was hoping to offset some of the losses.

Victoria: Which is why you're selling the warehouse property.

Victor: That Bonaventure deal was a massive financial mess, cost us a lot of money.

Victoria: Daddy, I have an idea that might offset some of the losses... and stick it to our archrival at the same time.

Victor: You do? Let me hear it.

Victoria: [Chuckles] It's a brash & sassy! Blast from the past.

Dylan: What did you get off the security cameras?

Paul: Just two guys in ski masks. We ran all the prints we could find, but we didn't get a hit on any of them.

Dylan: Uh, what about the camera in the parking lot?

Paul: Got a possible make and model on the car and maybe a partial plate.

Avery: So not much.

[Cell phone rings]

Paul: But we are still questioning, uh, potential eyewitnesses. Excuse me, will you? Yeah, chief Williams.

Avery: Can I talk to you, please?

Dylan: Yeah. [Sighs, sniffles]

Avery: I love you.

Dylan: Uh, you brought me out here to tell me that?

Avery: And you know I support you 100%.

Dylan: Don't know where this is going.

Avery: I think you need to take Paul's suggestion.

Dylan: Still don't know.

Avery: The other day, he said that he thought that you should step back and let someone else lead the fight against the warehouse district.

Dylan: And you disagreed.

Avery: I did, but I changed my mind. I'm afraid for you.

Dylan: I just -- I can't.

Avery: Why? Why not?

Dylan: I can't back down. I can't. Because it's not me. I refuse to stand by while somebody tries to force me out of here. I refuse to be bullied. If I didn't fight for what -- for what I believe in and what I think is right, it just -- it wouldn't be me.

Avery: The man I fell in love with.

Dylan: Then you understand.

Avery: Oh, what? That you're determined? And brave and stubborn.

Dylan: Mm-hmm. All those things. Yeah.

Avery: Okay.

Dylan: Yeah.

Joe: Hello.

Dylan: What do you want?

Joe: Avery told me about the robbery. I just wanted to swing by, see if you're okay.

Dylan: You went to see him after what happened to me?

Avery: I thought he might be behind the attack.

Dylan: And what do you think?

Joe: Yeah, I'd love to hear the answer to that, myself.

Avery: I've always been a big believer in innocent until proven guilty.

Joe: Good, because I'm innocent.

Dylan: Yeah, right.

Joe: Look, your dad already sicced the cops on me. They didn't find one ounce of evidence that pointed in my direction.

Dylan: You know, Paul has to follow police protocol to turn up any evidence. I don't.

Joe: Wow. Is that a threat? Well, good luck with that. You know, I hope you catch these guys. It looks like you took a real beating.

Dylan: [Sighs] Was that call about the robbery?

Paul: Yeah, unfortunately, they haven't turned up anything. But I wanted you to take a look at the outdoor security footage and see if you recognize the car or anything about the perps.

Dylan: Sure.

Avery: I'm gonna leave you two. Hey. We need to get something straight. That kiss you laid on me...

Joe: What? The one you didn't tell your fiancé about?

Avery: It can never happen again.

Joe: And that's why you didn't tell him it happened.

Avery: No, I didn't tell him about it because he just came out of the hospital and I don't want him to re-injure himself when he beats the hell out of you.

Joe: Wow. All this hostility. Well, it must have riled something up in there inside of you, that passion that we shared. Maybe it never died.

Avery: Yeah, you know, I barely remember it.

Joe: Remember that weekend we spent at the spa? And we missed our couple's massage. In fact, if my memory serves me correctly, I don't think we even left our hotel suite that entire weekend. You remember that?

Joe: Well, we're 45 minutes late to a 55-minute massage.

Avery: [Laughs]

Joe: What do you say we sprint down there?

Avery: Oh, we have been married over a year, and yet, somehow, this still feels illegal.

Joe: Oh, I'm sure it is somewhere.

Avery: Hey, wait. I am an officer of the court, Mr. Clark. I shouldn't be having so much fun breaking the law.

Joe: Yeah, well, next time, I'll bring the handcuffs.

Avery: Oh, you are so bad.

Joe: And by bad, you mean...

Avery: I was so, so good. Promise me it'll always be like this. We'll always make time for each other.

Joe: You know you're the most important thing in the world to me, right?

Avery: Am I?

Joe: Let me prove it to you.

Joe: Well, I was right. I guess you do remember.

Victor: You want to revive the cosmetics line you launched when you first started working for me?

Victoria: Brash & sassy! It was the first big assignment you ever gave me.

Victor: People didn't think you were up to it.

Victoria: Well, I knew that a product targeting young girls would be a huge success. It was a market that hadn't been tapped into yet.

Victor: And I knew then that you had a very good head for business.

Victoria: Thank you. Do you remember the logo that I

Victor: Brilliant.

Victoria: I don't know about brilliant. Maybe lucky.

Victor: Well...

Victoria: But using my lips as a brand for the company sold a lot of cosmetics, and I really feel like we could have that o of success again, dad.

Victor: Reviving legacy brands of reputable big companies, has been very profitable lately, hasn't it?

Victoria: Mm-hmm. I already have some ideas for ways to put a 21st-century spin on the line. Using a multi-platform marketing approach, I'm gonna use all social media to let everybody out there know that brash & sassy! Is back.

Victor: Let me know if there's anything I can do to help, okay?

Victoria: Well, whatever Jabot's coming up with, we can give them some stiff competition. I'm not worried about that. Have you had any word about what it is they're worried about?

Victor: Oh, some vague idea. Some fragrant organic foundation, apparently.

Victoria: Well, that doesn't sound very innovative.

Victor: Well, I' there's more to it than that.

Victoria: Well, whatever they come up with, I can match it.

Victor: I need you to do it quickly. The chancellor part of Newman-chancellor is in financial dire straits. The vultures are circling. Speaking of which...

Victoria: Hi, Jack. I'm actually just leaving.

Jack: On your way out?

Victoria: Yeah. Nice to see you.

Jack: Well, I'll, uh, see you at the christening, then.

Victoria: Good.

Victor: What do you mean? I-I -- Victoria, I thought that you were keeping this party very small.

Jack: Oh, then you haven't heard yet.

Jack: Heard what?

Victoria: Jack is gonna be Katherine's godfather.

Jack: What?

Chelsea: I wouldn't say I forgive Adam.

Adam: No, I -- you know, of course -- of course not. How could you?

Chelsea: But I-I don't hate him, either. It's just -- it's just very complicated.

Adam: Yeah, no, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to bring up any painful memories.

Chelsea: No, it's -- it's -- it's okay. It's never really far from my mind -- Delia's accident, Adam's part in it.

Adam: I, uh, truly have to believe that it was more complicated than just a-a simple hit and run.

Chelsea: Why do you say that?

Adam: Well, to do something like that and have no remorse, you'd have to be a complete monster, and you... you loved him, right? So he couldn't have been all bad.

Chelsea: He wasn't. He actually, uh -- he made a video explaining what happened, and, um, he swore he never saw Delia.

Adam: You believe him?

Chelsea: [Sighs] He was so broken over what happened -- the -- the pain and the heartbreak over this sweet little girl -- you could see it in his face, you know? You could hear it in his voice. He was so tortured.

Adam: Yeah. Yeah, well, how could he not be, right?

Chelsea: I feel for him. I still feel for him. And I -- and I believe him. I do. I-I-I-I truly think he didn't know he hit Delia that night. I really think it was just a terrible, terrible accident. But...

Adam: But what?

Chelsea: Covering it up was intentional.

Adam: I'm sure he had his reasons for doing that.

Chelsea: He said he didn't want to lose me. He didn't want to lose his son, but the ironic thing is he ended up losing us anyway. You know, it's so unfair, too, because he got to say everything that he needed to say, you know, but I didn't. I didn't get to ask any of the questions that I needed answer to, you know? I still need answers. So, anyway, no. Without those answers, I-I can't forgive him.

Adam: What if you could confront him -- your husband -- you know, and ask him all those questions, everything -- everything you wanted to ask him? What if you could do that? Would you be able to forgive him then?

Adam: I-I don't know what I'm thinking sometimes. I'm sorry to put you on the spot like that. It's obviously none of my business.

Chelsea: No, it's okay. It's -- it's nice being able to talk about my husband. I think it helps that you never knew Adam. Most of the people in this town like to pretend he never existed. [Sighs]

Adam: It's got to be difficult, you know, trying to keep the memory of Connor's father alive and also honor Delia's memory.

Chelsea: Delia was my best friend's daughter. I loved Chloe and I loved Delia. But I loved Adam, too.

Adam: It sounds like...a part of you still does.

Chelsea: It's just hard to separate what he did from who he was. We spent so much time together after Delia died. I mean, he let Billy and Chloe donate Delia's corneas to Connor. He knew how desperately they wanted to find the killer who killed their little girl, and he could have eased their pain, and he never said a word. He hurt so many people by not coming forward.

Adam: Including you.

Chelsea: He didn't trust me or our love, apparently.

Adam: I'm sure he regrets that. Uh, I mean, I'm sure that he is a tormented soul out there somewhere.

Chelsea: Yeah, I don't really believe in ghosts or spirits, but...if there is such a thing, I'm sure Adam is wandering the earth with a lot of unfinished business.

Adam: You ever think about, uh...what you'd say to him if you saw him?

[Connor cries]

Chelsea: Oh.

Adam: Hey, buddy. What's wrong?

Chelsea: Was Mommy neglecting you again?

Adam: No.

Connor: Daddy!

Victor: Why on earth would you choose Jack Abbott to be your child's godfather?

Victoria: [Sighs] Billy asked Jack to stand up for Katherine. But I have no objections.

Jack: And I am honored to be given such an important responsibility -- a responsibility, your father will tell you, I take quite seriously.

Victor: That baby is a Newman. Don't you forget it, okay?

Jack: She's also an Abbott. And I will be reminding my niece of that as well as being a positive role model for Katherine's namesake.

Victor: You, a positive role model? Give me a break. That's laughable.

Victoria: [Sighs]

Victor: Why the hell did you choose him to have influence over your daughter's life?

Victoria: Billy and I are trying to do what's best for Katherine, dad. That means allowing her to have both of her families involved in her life.

Victor: What the hell does Billy Abbott know? Nothing.

Victoria: I have to get to work. Jack, it was very nice seeing you.

Jack: Good seeing you, too.

Victoria: Daddy, play nicely.

Jack: Listen, you managed to deal with Abby being an Abbott and a Newman all these years. You can do the same thing for Kate.

Victor: What do you want? I'm sure you didn't come here to discuss familial bonds.

Jack: No, you're right. I didn't. I came here to discuss what you did to my family.

Avery: Your memory's a little cloudy there, Joe. You left out a few things.

Joe: You know what? I didn't think it was necessary to fill in all the details.

Avery: Oh, really? Because I remember very clearly what happened after that.

Joe: No, no. It's -- it's a good time. Look, that was our final offer. No, no. We want the entire block. Look, if you can't make this happen, we'll find another location. Yeah, I got to go. Hey, Brett. Yeah, we're close. No, it'll work out fine. Just trust me.

Avery: Joe...

Joe: Babe, I got to take this.

Avery: Joe, you promised you wouldn't work this weekend.

Joe: It's just gonna take a minute. I promise. Sorry, Brett. Yeah.

Avery: And that's what I remember about our marriage.

Joe: Okay, look, we had our problems, all right? All couples do. But we could have worked them out if it weren't --

Avery: What? Dylan?

Joe: You can't deny he got between us.

Avery: Dylan did not destroy our marriage.

Joe: If you would have just given me a chance to make things up to you --

Avery: It's too late. I've moved on. You should, too.

Joe: I've tried.

Avery: Well, try harder. You said that you want to end this hurt. If you really mean that, you stop the attacks on Dylan, you stay out of my life.

Joe: Hey, I told you -- I don't have any idea what happened here. And when I said I wanted to end the hurt, I wanted to end your hurt.

Avery: Well, kissing me is not the way to do that.

Joe: Well, if you change your mind, you know where to find me.

Phyllis: Was that...?

Avery: It's my ex-husband Joe.

Phyllis: That's who you dumped?

Avery: Okay, look, you said that you needed to speak to me.

Phyllis: Yes. I-I do. Look, I need your help to lock someone up.

Paul: All right. Keep me posted. Kevin is checking all the cars that you did not recognize, and I have a friend at the FBI who's going to run all the DNA evidence that we have recovered through their database to see if they get a hit.

Dylan: You're pretty fired up about this case.

Paul: Somebody tried to hurt my son. I'm not gonna let them get away with it.

Dylan: I have a pretty good idea who that might be.

Paul: Me, too.

Victoria: Oh. Hey. Just the man I was looking for. Um, I'm sorry I didn't come to the hospital. How are you doing?

Dylan: I'm doing fine. Thanks.

Victoria: Good. Um, am I interrupting something?

Paul: We were just discussing the case.

Victoria: Oh. And dad's name came up.

Dylan: You sound surprised.

Victoria: Well, I mean, he's innocent.

Dylan: Is he innocent of pulling a fast one on the sale of the warehouse district property, too?

Victoria: Look, dad may not have disclosed everything, but he would never hire anyone to beat you up. He would never do that.

Avery: There are no guarantees, if we get a restraining order against Kelly, that she'll violate it.

Phyllis: It's worth a try.

Avery: But she has just as strong of a case of getting a restraining order against you, and maybe stronger.

Phyllis: Hey. Whose side are you on?

Avery: I'm just trying to give you the reality of the situation. From the eyes of the court, not in your head. Look, we know that a blond woman named Phyllis ordered the flowers, right? But we have no proof that Kelly planted the wig in your house. Or that she sabotaged your car on new year's eve. You, however -- you have admitted to taking Jack's phone and luring her back to his office, and you have, in front of witnesses, verbally attacked her at the club. So your actions -- you can be seen as a woman who's emotionally unstable.

Phyllis: I am not crazy.

Avery: I know you're not.

Phyllis: Then we cannot let this conniving witch get away with this.

Avery: Okay, Phyllis. I'm really worried about you. If you don't stop this, Kelly can sue you for defamation of character.

Phyllis: Oh, come on. She is trying to convince everyone that I am an unhinged, vindictive woman. And it's working. She's getting to Jack.

Victor: If you have come here to blame me for your family's trouble, you can go now.

Jack: Not until you tell me about this experimental drug treatment that you had administered to Phyllis.

Victor: You told me yesterday that Phyllis was no longer my concern.

Jack: If anything has happened to her, it damn sure is your concern.

Victor: Get to the point.

Jack: I want to know what drugs this doctor you bought pumped into Phyllis. More important, I want to know if he mentioned any side effects.

Victor: He simply mentioned that this drug would get her out of the coma. And it did, didn't it?

Jack: Yes, so that you could get what you wanted from her -- Sharon's secret. That's all you cared about.

Victor: Phyllis is alive and well. Out of her coma. That's all you should be concerned about. Can't you just accept that?

Jack: That is not all I am concerned about. I want to know what you did to her. She is not the same woman I lost last year.

Adam: Wow, uh, buddy... [Chuckles] I don't -- I'm sure he's just confused as to who his dad is.

Billy: Uh, no. Connor's not confused at all.

Chelsea: Hi.

Billy: Yeah, he saw me walk in. He was talking to me.

Chelsea: Oh, that makes sense.

Adam: Hmm.

Billy: Yeah. Little dude knows who his daddy is, don't you?

Adam: Yeah, I'm sure you're right. I'm sure he knows exactly who his dad is.

Avery: Hey. Paul find out anything more about who attacked you?

Dylan: Not yet. Victoria was here. She was trying to convince me that it wasn't Victor.

Avery: And you think it is Victor.

Dylan: And you think it's Joe? You said that's why you went to see him.

Avery: Yeah, it is.

Dylan: Did anything else happen between the two of you?

[Cell phone rings]

Dylan: Sorry.

Avery: Yeah.

Dylan: Hello? Hello? Who is this?

Voice: [Distorted] Next time, you won't be so lucky.

Dylan: Hello?

Avery: What was it? What did they say?

Dylan: I don't know. But this is far from over.

Billy: What are you doing here anyway, Bingham? Shouldn't you be at the office working on that competitor analysis report that Jack asked for?

Adam: Yeah, I finished it. So I just thought I would come over here and check out Chelsea's latest designs so I could start a marketing campaign for her.

Billy: Don't recall asking you to do that.

Adam: Well, you didn't. I just want to stay ahead of the game, you know, do a really good job for you and Jack.

Billy: Super. How about you get my approval next time, huh?

Adam: Okay.

Billy: So, you two, uh, finished here?

Chelsea: I think so.

Adam: Yeah. Just gonna gather my things and, uh, I'll be out of here. I'll e-mail you the proposal.

Billy: You can send that to me. I'll need to approve that, too.

Adam: Right.

Billy: Right. Excuse us.

Chelsea: And I will ask you once again -- what is your problem with him?

Billy: Look, I have been trying to give this guy the benefit of the doubt. I have been. But --

Chelsea: But what? Has he done something?

Billy: No. Nothing specific. It's just --

Chelsea: Just what?

Billy: [Sighs] I don't know, Chels. I can't put my finger on it.

Chelsea: Are you jealous? Because you don't have to be.

Billy: Of him? No.

Chelsea: Well, then ease up on the guy. Give him a break.

Billy: [Sighs]

Adam: Hey. You're smart, aren't you? You know exactly who your daddy is. Right? Soon everybody else will, too.

Victor: Why are you asking this question? Phyllis was never the most stable person in the world.

Jack: Phyllis has been mercurial, I know. This is different.

Victor: In what way different?

Jack: I'm not gonna get into the details with you.

Victor: Then why the hell are you here?

Jack: I want to know about this treatment Phyllis underwent. I know it's not approved in this country, which leads me to believe it's potentially hazardous.

Victor: You're determined to create a problem where there is none.

Jack: If you won't tell me what you know about these drugs, for my sake or Phyllis', do it for the granddaughter you claim to love so much. Do it for Summer.

Victor: I'll do it for Summer.

Jack: What's that?

Victor: It's the number of a Dr. Cutler -- the one who administered the drug to get Phyllis out of her coma, okay? He can answer your questions. You're welcome, Jack.

Next on "The Young and the Restless"...

Stitch: If you think I gave information to Victoria, then just go ahead and fire me right now.

Devon: This was supposed to be our alone time away from everybody.

Hilary: Lily could come out any second.

Phyllis: Admit what you did or we go to war like you can't even imagine.

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