Y&R Transcript Tuesday 1/27/15


Episode # 10591 ~ Jill prepares to fight Victor; Paul looks into Kelly's poisoning; Neil urges Hilary to tell the truth.

Provided By Suzanne

Jack: Red? Hey. You asleep?

Phyllis: Some. More thinking than sleeping.

Jack: So, what's going through that mind of yours?

Phyllis: I thought I was okay all this time. Maybe I'm wrong. If I'm wrong about me and all the things I may have done, what does that mean for us?

Stitch: What are you doing here? The nurse said you checked yourself out of the hospital last night. I was supposed to be your ride.

Kelly: You had a date with Victoria, remember? So I got myself home and just slept.

Stitch: And now you're back at work? Come on, Kel, take a break, will you? I mean, you ingested a toxic chemical.

Kelly: I know. But I survived.

Stitch: Doesn't mean you're okay.

Jack: I know you. I know everything that makes you you. This is not your fault.

Phyllis: Not my fault as in I didn't do it?

Jack: Not you. Whatever drugs cutler gave you, whatever they did to your brain chemistry or to your body... honey, this is a relief.

Phyllis: Yeah, what a relief that my brain is scrambled.

Jack: No, relief to know why this has happened so that we can fix it, so we can undo it, so we can help you.

Phyllis: How?

Jack: I've enlisted somebody to help us out here.

Phyllis: What kind of help?

Victoria: No, I'm gonna need more flowers in the church vestibule. Yeah, that's great. Thank you.

Victor: That about the christening?

Victoria: I know -- Billy's the father, Jack's the Godfather, you're appalled on both fronts. You're distracted. Is this about the warehouse district deal? Daddy, you don't have to worry. The bad publicity is gonna die down. At least until the impact study is released.

Jack: I don't give damn what some hack writes about me.

Victoria: Is it because the delay of the sale because the chancellor division needs the influx of cash right now? Dad, you -- you do know that we have other alternatives, right?

Victor: The sale of the chancellor division is not an option.

Victoria: That seems to be the best one that we have --

Victor: Please don't bring it up again, my darling.

Victoria: Dad, your decision to hold on to chancellor is hurting this business. It's hurting you personally. So I will bring it up until you do something about it.

Colin: That could say "chancellor" with just your name under it.

Jill: [Chuckles] Except it doesn't. It says "Newman-chancellor," and it belongs to Victor.

Colin: Well, I gave you a pile of cash to go ahead and buy it.

Jill: Oh, sweetie. All stacked up on a silver platter, it made me feel like your gun moll.

Colin: Well, it was just a taste. In fact, have you ever thought about what heaven might smell like? You know, perhaps crisp $100 bills?

Jill: Where did you really get it? Did you kill your bookie? Did you rob a very rich child?

Cane: Did you rob a baby?

Lily: You want to check the twins' piggy bank or something?

Jill: The twins don't have that kind of money.

Cane: Hang on a second. What kind of money are we talking about here?

Jill: A down payment to buy chancellor from Victor. My husband provided it to me.

Cane: Do we want to know where he got it from?

Jill: Darling, if the cops come in, just give yourself up. It'll be quicker, okay?

Lily: So, where is the money from?

Colin: A rather lucrative opportunity crossed my path.

Devon: Well, why are you dodging this, Colin? Just tell everyone where you got the money.

Hilary: You need a refill?

Neil: No. No thanks. How about, uh, you just come here and sit down and talk to me for a couple minutes, huh?

Hilary: Yeah. Of course.

Neil: [Sighs] Hilary, uh... it's a very hurtful thing knowing that my wife is crying to herself instead of telling me what is going on.

Hilary: [Sighs] Neil, I-I...I don't --

Neil: I felt your tears on the pillow. I felt like that I was holding your sadness in my hands. Hilary, talk to me. What is it that I don't know?

Neil: Is it about the -- the -- the baby thing? Because I told you, Hilary. I told you there's no pressure here.

Hilary: No, no. It's -- it's not about having a baby.

Neil: If you don't want to share with me whatever's hurting you, how can I help you?

Hilary: I just...I shouldn't have gone to the spa. That's not what a good, loyal wife does.

Neil: What are you talking about? You got to look out for yourself.

Hilary: It's not about me.

Neil: Don't do that. Don't martyr yourself for the blind man. I'm not gonna have it.

Hilary: Trust me, that's not what I'm doing.

Neil: I made a mistake, demanding that we start a family together. But you know why I did that? I did that because I love you deeply. You know, it... the last thing that I want you to do is coddle me or protect me. I'm stronger than that. I want you to trust me enough, trust me, please, enough to tell me.

Hilary: There is...something.

Devon: Like you said, Colin, we're all family here. So how'd you come into all this cash?

Colin: This deal is, uh, delicate. It requires discretion.

Devon: Mm.

Jill: It's delicately illegal.

Colin: Hardly.

Cane: So who gave you the money?

Jill: If it was a loan, darling, what's the interest rate? What's the collateral, my head?

Colin: Look, no one's been put in jeopardy, there are no strings attached, and your pretty head's gonna stay right where it looks pretty.

Lily: Well, we wouldn't even be having this issue if somebody had gotten on chancellor first.

Cane: Don't. Don't.

Lily: What? I just really want to know why you won't do it. I mean, if you don't want to give Jill and Cane the money, that's one thing. But why not for yourself? This is family. And what's more important than that?

Cane: Okay, all right, listen, don't no one --

Lily: No, I just want to know. He has billions of dollars. How is your money all tied up?

Devon: It just is.

Lily: I don't see any more cars or art or houses. Are you gambling?

Devon: Mnh-mnh. That's ridiculous.

Lily: Okay, well, Gwen doesn't seem like a gold digger.

Devon: That's 'cause she's not.

Lily: Then where's your money going? Because it must be going somewhere.

Kelly: I am perfectly fine. The doctor wouldn't have released me if I weren't okay.

Stitch: That's not what I mean, and you know it.

Kelly: Jack is with Phyllis. I have accepted that unpleasant truth.

Stitch: So you're over it.

Kelly: Is there an alternative?

Stitch: Come on, Kel, that's not an answer. You were planning a life with Jack, then Phyllis shows up and Jack leaves you hanging.

Kelly: Jack made his choice. He is a good, decent man who didn't want to abandon a woman who came out of a coma, no matter how unpleasant she may be.

Stitch: This is all about obligation? Is that it?

Kelly: Because he's honorable.

Stitch: Or maybe he loves her, Kel.

Kelly: A woman who could attempt murder?

Stitch: If you still think that you and Jack have some future together...

Kelly: The woman that Jack chose wants me dead, okay? I can take a hint and back off.

Paul: Good morning.

Stitch: Hey.

Paul: Kelly, could I have a moment with you in private?

Kelly: Yes, of course. Um...Ben?

Stitch: We still need to talk.

Paul: Thank you, stitch.

Stitch: Yeah.

Kelly: What can I do for you, chief?

Paul: Well, I received some information from memorial. They're a mandatory reporter, and I understand that you suffered ethylene glycol poisoning.

Kelly: Is that what it was?

Paul: That's the main chemical component in antifreeze.

Kelly: Oh. And you suspected that it was put in a cup of tea that you were served here at the club?

Kelly: Yeah, that's the only thing I could think of.

Paul: My men are searching the kitchen, but all the teapots and the cups have been washed and sterilized, so I don't have any evidence at this point.

Kelly: So that's it? There's...nothing left to pursue?

Paul: Oh, hardly. I'm not letting this go, not by a long shot.

Phyllis: Did you book me the ticket to Switzerland or Sweden or wherever Dr. Cutler does his dark magic?

Jack: Whoa, whoa, listen -- listen to me. You don't trust Dr. Cutler.

Phyllis: No, I don't.

Jack: Neither do I. That's why I set up a consultation with a psychiatrist at memorial. She comes very highly recommended.

Phyllis: A shrink.

Jack: She's a doctor who knows how the brain works -- who knows how the brain should work.

Phyllis: Because now I'm mentally ill.

Jack: No. Because now we know things aren't right. And we have to fix them. We need help. And if this doctor doesn't give us the answers, we will find another doctor, until we get you better.

Phyllis: That sounds exhausting.

Jack: I will be with you every step of the way, just like you were in the cabin helping me through detox. Sweetheart, if -- if what happened to Kelly...if you did these...

Phyllis: I don't know. I don't know. And I...am so angry, because even if I was denying it, I would know the truth. But this time I don't know.

Jack: It's okay. I promise. It's gonna be okay.

Phyllis: She's winning. Jack, I'm not sure how, but Kelly's winning.

Victoria: Chancellor has been a financial drain ever since Bonaventure. So, by selling chancellor, we will distance ourself from that tainted entity, and we'll get the capital that we need so we can focus on what's really important here, dad, which is Newman enterprises.

Victor: Sweetheart, I am not handing over chancellor to that Cane Ashby.

Victoria: Okay, well --

Victor: Wait a minute. He is the one who saddled chancellor industries with that Bonaventure deal.

Victoria: Then sell it to somebody else, dad.

Victor: I sell it when it suits me, sweetheart.

Victoria: It should suit you now. By selling chancellor, you don't need the warehouse deal.

Victor: One real-estate transaction is not gonna make a difference, okay?

Victoria: It's a transaction that the entire town hates.

Victor: I don't give a damn if the entire town hates it. Do you know what it means to re-develop the downtown district? Means a lot of jobs. The town should kiss my feet.

Victoria: Dad, it'll put Dylan out of business. And if you think mom's gonna forgive you for that, she's not, dad.

Victor: Then you have all the answers.

Victoria: No. But you hired me to give my opinion, and that's my opinion. You got to sell chancellor unless you want to risk your business and your marriage for the sake of pride.

Victor: Sweetheart, I love you, and I adore you. But when it comes to my marriage or my business, I make my own decisions.

Victoria: Okay, dad.

Devon: Chancellor costs a hell of a lot of money, guys.

Jill: Katherine left you a hell of a lot of money.

Devon: In assets, stocks, and investments. Everything else that I have liquid, I have committed to another venture.

Jill: Committed or contracted? Is it verbal? If you could think about backing us in chancellor --

Devon: I don't want to.

Lily: Excuse me?

Devon: Katherine left me the money, and she left Victor the company. If she wanted it to be any other way, she would have put that in her will.

Colin: A-a man has got to honor his conscience.

Jill: Oh [Laughs] Have you all met my husband the saint?

Colin: L-l-look, I have the utmost respect for Devon for staying out of this. And besides, it makes me look like the hero.

Jill: Well, Mr. Hero, I have to go and make my play to Victor now.

Cane: Give me a second.

Lily: Go, go. I'll babysit the in-laws.

Cane: So all your money is tied up, huh?

Devon: You just heard me tell Jill.

Cane: Did you give the money to Colin?

Devon: Why would you think that?

Cane: Does he have leverage over you? He does, doesn't he? Does he know about you and Hilary?

Devon: There's nothing to know. We're over.

Neil: We have to be straight here with each other, don't we?

Hilary: Have you been straight with me? 'Cause, you know, your new eye doctor called while you were in the shower to confirm an appointment that I never knew you had.

Neil: I -- it's, um... it's an experimental program for vision restoration, yes.

Hilary: You're a candidate? They think that you'll see again?

Neil: There's a chance, yes.

Hilary: Okay, how did this happen? When?

Neil: My regular doctor referred me. I was evaluated. Every step of the way, though, it's -- it's been a-a long shot, Hilary.

Hilary: But now you're on your way to an appointment. Why didn't you tell me? This is what we've been waiting for.

Neil: Do -- do you see what's happening here? I didn't want to get your hopes up because I-I didn't -- I didn't want to let you down again.

Hilary: You've never let me down. But to shut me out like this...

Neil: I want to save you the pain, the angst, here.

Hilary: Look who's coddling who.

Neil: I saw something. Nothing distinct. Blurry. But I-I saw a flicker. But it happened.

Hilary: It happened.

Neil: But it might -- it might not happen again.

Hilary: But it might.

Neil: But it -- I don't -- I don't know --

Hilary: Okay. No, no, no. It is not over until it's over. Okay? We have hope. Damn right. And we have a reason to. Oh, my... I want to come with you to your appointment, okay?

Neil: Would it hurt your feelings if...if I said no? That I-I'd rather go alone?

Hilary: No. That's -- sure. Whatever you want.

Paul: A victim was poisoned. I'm not about to drop the investigation.

Kelly: Well, if there's no evidence of foul play, what can you do?

Paul: Well, first up, we can take a look at the security footage here in the dining room and see if that can tell us anything about who might have done this to you. Do you have an idea?

Kelly: Paul, I can't do this. I'm sorry. I-I just finished telling my brother, I don't want any more drama in my life.

Paul: Kelly, if you know, you have to tell me.

Kelly: What? It's just gonna be more of my word against hers.

Paul: Phyllis. So this has to do with Jack?

Kelly: This whole thing has been going on since new year's. She keeps orchestrating these situations trying to make it look like I'm attacking her.

Paul: There's some distance between that and putting poison in your tea.

Kelly: Jack wasn't convinced that I was to blame, so she had to figure out some other way to remove me from the equation.

Paul: Well [Chuckles] For someone who just got out of the hospital, you -- you're not afraid for your life?

Kelly: I heard a lot about Phyllis when she was in the coma, and I heard about how tough she was. I met her, and look at her. I mean, she's engaged to Jack, and she's threatened by me. That's irrational. And pathetic. And plus, she's shown her hand, so what else can she do?

Paul: So you're not afraid at all?

Kelly: Honestly, I'm afraid for her. And for Jack. I mean, he wanted his fiancée back, and instead he got... whoever Phyllis is now.

Jack: I don't want to speak for Phyllis, but I-I think it is safe to say we are both concerned about possible side effects of some medication she was given. Between that and the basic trauma of the coma... we just want to understand. We want some explanation for recent actions and events. Dr. Battencourt: Well, that's absolutely something Phyllis and I can work on together. Shall we? Uh, if you'll just wait outside.

Jack: Oh, uh, o-of course. I'll be... ...right outside the door, okay?

Phyllis: He's not usually so nervous. It's just 'cause I went from hell on wheels to off-the-rails crazy. Dr. Battencourt: Do you think there's a problem?

Phyllis: Do you want me to blow smoke so we can both get out of here? Or do you want the actual truth?

Hilary: The doctors feel he might have a chance with this new program. They think he might recover his vision.

Devon: Wow. How long has this been happening, going on for? What did -- he didn't tell me. Why?

Hilary: He's known for weeks. He didn't say anything 'cause he didn't want to get our hopes up.

Devon: So he's at the doctor right now by himself?

Hilary: I think he just wanted to get the information on his own. I had to respect his wishes.

Devon: Wow. He can get his whole life back.

Hilary: I know it's selfish, but first thing I thought was...

Devon: We could tell him the truth.

Hilary: Neil could have his life back. And we could have ours.

Devon: Be out in the open. Never have to hide again.

Colin: Victor's gonna try to get inside your head, either by flattery or insults.

Jill: Are you seriously standing here trying to tell me how to handle a powerful man? Have I mentioned my ex-husbands?

Colin: May they all rest in peace. But this guy's alive and kicking, and you better be ready for him.

Jill: Excuse me while I go get what should have been mine.

Cane: So, what did you do?

Colin: Well, I kissed my wife for luck.

Cane: Who gave you the money, how did you convince them, and what do they expect in return?

Colin: Enough with the questions. You have nothing to worry about.

Cane: No, I have a lot to worry about. Do you have any idea how much this can cost us?

Colin: It's not gonna cost you or Jill a dime. It's legitimate. I swear to you.

Cane: And you can promise me that.

Colin: I cost you the job at chancellor once before because of that Bonaventure mess. This is my way of paying you back.

Cane: Dad, I did not ask you to pay me back.

Colin: Katherine wanted you at chancellor. You deserve it. And you're gonna have it.

Stitch: Hey.

Victoria: Hey. What are you doing here?

Stitch: I was just going for a walk. You?

Victoria: Uh... did you get Kelly settled in at home?

Stitch: I didn't get to. She checked herself out of the hospital last night.

Victoria: What?

Stitch: Yeah, and she's back at work today.

Victoria: Is that safe?

Stitch: Physically she seems okay.

Victoria: But?

Stitch: She's still so wound up about Jack. I swear she thinks that they're still gonna get back together.

Victoria: Oh. Well, you know Jack's engaged to Phyllis. So he's moved on, truly. She doesn't see that?

Stitch: She doesn't. It's like I talk and I talk, but she doesn't even hear me.

Victoria: Oh, sounds like me and my dad. So I take a power walk in the park. That's one way to deal with it.

Stitch: Yeah.

[Katie fusses]

Victoria: Oh, it's because I stopped moving. It's okay.

Stitch: Oh, hey. Hey. Hey. So you're just like your mom, huh? Got to constantly be on the move. You know what else has to be on the move all the time is a shark. You're not part shark, are you? Huh? You don't even have any teeth yet.

Victoria: The christening is soon, you know.

Stitch: Yeah, I know. Um...I-I probably shouldn't be there. I-it -- it's all right. I-it's fine.

Victoria: You of all people should be there.

Phyllis: Here's the thing -- I hate Kelly. She's not the first person I've hated. There have been dozens. Probably hundreds. It doesn't matter. I wanted her gone since the first day I heard about her and Jack. Dr. Battencourt: Well, the question seems to be, have you actively tried to remove her from his life?

Phyllis: I don't know. Dr. Battencourt: Right now, we just need the questions. The answers will come. The other question seems to be, could the medication you've received be causing this confusion?

Phyllis: Between us, look, I-I... I know how to lie. I can cover, spin, and dodge. But this time, I... I don't know what the hell's going on. Dr. Battencourt: You honestly have no idea?

Phyllis: Well, I think that's pretty obvious. That's why I came to you -- to get some answers. Dr. Battencourt: If it's not the medication, if there's another answer...

Phyllis: What are you saying? That I straight up, with malice and forethought, gave that bitch what she deserved?

Jack: Kelly.

Kelly: [Gasps]

Jack: What are you doing here? Are you -- are you still not feeling well from the --

Kelly: Poison? It's okay, Jack. You can say it. And please don't worry. I'm fine. I was just having a little follow-up. Excuse me.

Jack: Kelly, wait.

Kelly: Jack, uh, really, I-I-I can't talk right now. E-especially -- I don't want Phyllis to get wind of this and -- just tell her, if she asks, that I was passing through, okay? I'm not trying to stalk you

Jack: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Kelly. I truly am.

Stitch: Billy and I have our own version of a truce. I know when to back off, and I think the christening is one of those times. I don't want to add to your stress.

Victoria: [Sighs] Add to my stress. Hmm. Let's see, my father hates Katherine's father, Billy, and her Godfather, Jack. My mother is furious at my father for endangering her son Dylan's livelihood, and Abby, uh, Katherine's Godmother, has a way of making events all about herself. And who knows, maybe Phyllis will decide that she wants to attend another church event all dressed in white.

Stitch: You're right. I'd hate to miss out on all the fun.

Victoria: Forget about all that, okay? You know, the person who really needs you there is Katie.

Stitch: Little Katie, huh?

Victoria: Yeah. She told me so a few minutes ago.

Stitch: Well, if she wants me there, I can't say no to that, can I?

Victoria: Unh-unh.

Stitch: Hey. Hey, there. Can't say no to you, can I? You know, I used to talk to you when you were still cozy inside your mama's belly. You know that? I may not be your dad... but I'm always gonna be your friend. And I will always love you.

Victoria: Well, Jill, the cavalry has arrived. Are you here to save me and my company or...?

Jill: See, you're joking, but I...I am serious.

Victor: [Laughs] You seem to be short.

Jill: Well, it's the down payment.

Victor: Uh-huh. In cash, huh? That's how you do business?

Jill: [Chuckles] I think it's kind of endearing and whimsical. Consider it an act of friendship, huh?

Victor: How sweet of you. Still short.

Jill: I have the rest.

Victor: Oh, yeah? Until it's in my corporate account in full, you're still short, and we're gonna have nothing to talk about, okay?

Jill: Victor, it will be on the way as soon as you and I have a deal.

Victor: A briefcase full of cash and a promise. You've been out of the business world for too long. Doesn't fly with me.

Jill: All I want is a commitment from you to sell.

Victor: What about "no" don't you understand, Jill?

Jill: Is this what you want for your epitaph? Huh? "The man who drove Katherine chancellor's empire into the ground"?

Victor: Let me give you a little history.

Jill: Mm.

Victor: My dear friend Katherine chancellor, who I miss a lot, brought me to this town originally. You know why? She wanted me to run her company. And I made chancellor industries to what it is. You get it? Now, for you to come here with a load of cash like a drug dealer, that's embarrassing. She'd be ashamed of you.

Jill: No, she wouldn't be ashamed of me. She'd be proud of me. 'Cause she knew me inside and out, okay? She knew I would fight for chancellor. Hell, this is probably exactly what she wanted, which means I'm gonna fight like hell.

Victor: You'll go down in grand fashion. That is probably what Katherine wanted.

Phyllis: I lost a year of my life. A whole year. I missed my daughter's wedding. My son, her daughter, my fiancé, all of them, were out of my life, and me out of theirs. And yeah, when I got back, I, um, stopped by Jack's house. But after that, I just had one thought in my mind -- make Sharon suffer. Every step, every move getting her closer to that stairwell. Make Sharon pay. I hate Kelly. But she hates me just as much, maybe even more. Her sob story is legit. But she thinks she deserves Jack to make up for all of her suffering. And somehow, I'm the interloper. I'm the home wrecker. And now I'm the one that's supposed to suffer? And yet here I am, the one under the microscope. Dr. Battencourt: We can approach this two ways -- facts, timelines, evidence of who did what when.

Phyllis: The problem is, some of that is shaky. Dr. Battencourt: Or we can talk about how you feel. What you believe, why you believe it. Your hopes. Your expectations.

Phyllis: [Scoffs] My expectation was to come home and get my life back. I didn't. I was in our home, in our bed, and his mind was... he was in love with someone else. Not me. He didn't want to make love because he didn't want rush things, or because he didn't want to betray her? My stuff was packed up and put away as if I didn't exist. She took my home. My bed. My fiancé. Mine. Dr. Battencourt: But you have all those things back now.

Phyllis: When he looks at me, there's pity in his eyes. I don't do pity. Dr. Battencourt: That's interesting. Because what I saw is love.

Phyllis: I came here to get some help. Are you gonna give me any of that or what? Dr. Battencourt: You need to consider that this insecurity is more of a threat to your relationship than any outsider. And if you truly believe you crossed a line in the past, then make amends to the people you hurt. That's the first step in moving on.

Kelly: Jack, please don't say anything.

Jack: Kelly, we need to talk about this.

Kelly: Paul is investigating what happened to me. I didn't instigate that, I swear.

Jack: Phyllis is not to blame. They were side effects from the treatment she was given.

Kelly: Is she here getting help?

Jack: Yes. Once we get to the bottom of this, none of this will ever happen again. Victor did this to her, to all of us. And she shouldn't go to prison for something she doesn't even remember.

Kelly: Jack, listen. Stop. Phyllis isn't gonna go to prison. I'm not filing a complaint.

Jack: I thought you said that Paul --

Kelly: There's no evidence. And I made it very clear that I'm not gonna press charges. You've been through enough. And I just want this over.

Jack: Thank you. I can't tell you how much I appreciate that. Thank you.

Jack: Phyllis, this was...

Phyllis: Kelly, you look better. I'm really sorry for what happened.

Kelly: Oh, well, thank you. I'm sure we'll all be fine. Time heals everything.

Jack: You okay?

Phyllis: I don't know.

Jack: I know that I have never been prouder of you.

Paul: And the security footage from that day?

Lily: There is none. We upgraded the system and there's been some glitches.

Paul: Ahh. So, that's a fine "how do you do." Um...let's see. Do you mind if I talk to some of the staff?

Lily: No. Please do. And tell them I said to answer any questions.

Paul: I'll do that.

Lily: Yeah.

Paul: Thanks, Lily.

Lily: Sure. Hi.

Kelly: Hey.

Lily: You okay? You look a little flushed.

Kelly: Oh, do I? Maybe I'm in shock. Phyllis actually apologized to me.

Lily: So she admitted it.

Kelly: Basically.

Lily: Well, Paul's asking the staff if they saw anything. You should tell him.

Kelly: No. [Sighs] He needs to leave it alone.

Lily: Why would you say that?

Kelly: Because I just promised Jack that I wasn't gonna file a complaint. This whole thing has to stop. I can be the bigger person here. And part of me pities Phyllis. I feel terrible that she feels so threatened by me.

Lily: Well, we know that's a lie.

Hilary: It's gonna be so hard, telling him.

Devon: Yeah, well, nothing's harder than not telling him.

Hilary: And when I cried last night, Neil realized it.

Devon: It kills me to think of you being that sad.

Hilary: He's just -- he's so intelligent and attentive. I feel like deep down, he already senses.

Devon: There's no point to worry about that. We won't have to wonder soon enough. We'll be able to explain and apologize and stop living this lie.

Hilary: Yeah. And then Neil's gonna think that all the time that I spent with him was out of pity. We're still gonna hurt him.

Devon: All we can do is face him and the consequences together.

Hilary: You're making plans for something that may never happen. Who knows how long this program is gonna take, or if it'll even work at all?

Devon: This is going to work. I believe it's gonna work. Neil deserves this.

Hilary: Do we deserve it?

Devon: That's not up for us to decide, what we deserve. All I know is that I love you, and I can't wait to let the world know that.

[Door opens]

Jack: We're on the right track. What you said to Kelly, that took real guts.

Phyllis: Well, I'm trying to do what the doctor said. You know, making amends might help, and admitting that...

Jack: Admitting what?

Phyllis: That I am insecure about us. And maybe that is making me destructive.

Jack: Don't you ever question my feelings for you. I love you more than you will ever know.

Lily: Please. You are thrilled that Phyllis is threatened.

Kelly: No.

Lily: Of course, you are. Because if Phyllis is threatened, that means that maybe Jack still wants to be with you.

Kelly: Lily, I told you, I do not expect Jack and I to get back together, ever.

Lily: Okay, but you're not gonna turn him down if he did.

Kelly: We are in a very kind and respectful place. He was apologetic. He had so much regret.

Lily: What, about accusing you of setting Phyllis up?

Kelly: No. I think there was much more to it than that. I think Jack is finally realizing that Phyllis isn't the woman that he once loved.

Hilary: I am so happy you're back. We have company.

Devon: How you doing dad?

Neil: I know. I can feel you here, Devon. I'm doing all right. Good to see you. I'm glad you're here. There's something I want to talk to you about.

Hilary: Okay, well, I'm gonna go make a call, but you two keep going.

Devon: Yeah. What's going on?

Neil: Come here. Mm-hmm. I was actually, uh, just at the doctor.

Devon: Right. For this new program that you're in. Hilary was telling me about it. I hope you don't mind.

Neil: No. Hey, um... hey. Too many secrets, all right? Enough holding back. I have to learn how to trust. Trust you all with the truth. And part of the truth here is that this vision-restoration program, it may not -- it might not work, you know? And that's reality. But telling Hilary about that and everything else, I know one thing is for sure -- that either way, man, that girl loves me. And either way, we're gonna have one hell of a life together. You hear what I'm saying?

Devon: I do. Yeah.

Colin: So...? [Sighs]

Jill: I don't want to hear what I should've said or should've done. Victor was not the least bit impressed with the stacks of cash in here. He wants the full price now.

Cane: And if he doesn't get it?

Jill: If he doesn't get it, he's liable to sell it to somebody else if he gets desperate enough.

Colin: Fear not. There's more where this came from. You'll be running chancellor before you know it.

Kay: You've been given a wake-up call. A message, perhaps, that says your, uh, waging battles against greedy corporate raiders are over.

Victor: If you had a chance to run your company again, wouldn't you want to change the things that you knew had to be changed?

Kay: But I'm not you.

Victor: Yeah, but you would keep fighting, wouldn't you?

Kay: Well, if I were in your position. But I'm not in your position. [Chuckles] Which I, uh, might remind you, is currently lying in a hospital bed.

Victor: But as you said, you and I are cut from the same cloth, Katherine. And when I'm down and out, lying on my back... I lash out even more. I fight harder.

Kay: Does this mean you're going to risk your health, and the well-being of your loved ones just to fight one Jack Abbott?

Victor: I have a feeling there's more than, um, just Jack Abbott, you know? I have a feeling I'm gonna have to fight a few other people. Well, I think you'd do the same.

Kay: If I were you, I know what I would do. I'd think about spending some time with my family. And making the most of what I have, instead of risking everything for what I don't.

Victor: Only you would understand, Katherine. I miss you so much.

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

Jack: You're playing a dangerous game, Adam.

Adam: It's a game that I'm winning.

Nick: What exactly is Gabriel to you?

Woman: My husband.

Ashley: Where is it?

Victor: Where's what?

Ashley: The sample of the formula that I've been working on for over a year. And don't tell me that you don't have it.

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