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Episode # 10597 ~ Sharon & Nick go to court for Faith's custody hearing; Billy finds out that Stitch has moved in with Victoria; Sage has questions about Adam & Chelsea's relationship.
Provided By Suzanne
Sage: Hey, you're gonna wear those shoes out before the hearing begins.
Nick: [Chuckles] Yeah, actually was an inch taller when I got here.
Sage: Well, reinforcements are here.
Nick: Well, believe it or not, I actually look terrible in heels, so...
Sage: [Laughs] I was offering myself, not my footwear.
Sage: I want to testify for you. I want to tell the judge how I innocently ended up in your robe in your house.
Nick: Hey, beautiful. Mwah! How's my girl?
Faith: I'm going to testify.
Nick: Are you?
Sharon: She's going to speak to a social worker first. Ms. Martin should be here any minute.
Faith: What's she doing here?
Sharon: That's a very good question, sweetheart.
Avery: Can a girl get a cup of coffee?
Dylan: Thought you'd be in court, representing my brother. Isn't that what you do these days? Defend guys who used to be a part of your life?
Avery: I'm not going to apologize for helping Nick get custody of his daughter.
Dylan: How about going to Joe's hotel room? Again.
Avery: Is that why you didn't come home last night?
Avery: Really, Dylan? You're gonna do this?
Dylan: Do what?
Avery: Let Joe come between us.
Dylan: You did that. When you went to see your ex-husband, knowing that he wanted to get you into bed.
Stitch: [Sighs] Wow. Suit and tie this early in the morning? I'm lucky to find two shoes that match.
Billy: Uh, yeah. I can tell. What's with the grunge look? You up late boozing it up with your old army buddies?
Stitch: New baby, actually. She had formula. I was knocking back coffee. I took Katie's 2:00 and 4:00 A.M. Feedings so Victoria could get some sleep.
Billy: Yeah. Oh, I'm sure that Vick appreciates the occasional relief you're giving her.
Stitch: Yeah, it's gonna be a lot more than occasional now that I've moved in.
Adam: Oh, that can't be good.
[Door handle jiggles]
Chelsea: Oh. [Chuckles] Forget your key?
Adam: Uh, I left it in my other pants.
Chelsea: Ugh. Hate when that happens.
Adam: Yeah. Came out to get the paper and, uh, door shut behind me. I think I'm locked out.
Chelsea: I can help you with that.
Chelsea: You just, um... this happens all the time. These doors really have a mind of their own. Let me show you a little trick if you ever get locked out -- it's that guy right there, right?
Chelsea: How did you know to do that?
Adam: Uh, how did I know -- you know what, the real estate agent told me the trick with all the doors.
Chelsea: Oh, right. Right. Besides, you could have probably just knocked and had Sage let you in.
Adam: Sage is out. She had an early appointment, sort of like you.
Chelsea: Well, I do my best work first thing in the morning.
Adam: I remember that -- you telling me that once.
Chelsea: Did I?
Adam: Yeah, you did. So much for being a morning person.
Chelsea: I haven't had my coffee yet. I'm headed to crimson lights on my way to the office.
Adam: Yeah, I know what you mean. I actually just brewed up a pot myself.
Chelsea: I know. I can tell. I can smell it from here. I swear, I love the smell of coffee even more than the taste. [Sighs]
Adam: Yeah, I know what you mean. I tell you what. Why don't you let me whip you up a cup here? I'll save you a trip to the store and, uh, you can come in and have one right now.
Billy: You know, it's funny Vick never mentioned anything to me about her new living arrangements at Katie's christening.
Stitch: Yeah, well, that's why -- that's because we hadn't decided to live together yet.
Billy: So, is this spur of the moment, or was it inspired by something?
Stitch: Why don't you go ahead and ask, Billy?
Billy: Ask what?
Stitch: You're wondering if this a reaction to your moving in with Chelsea.
Billy: Okay. Is it?
Stitch: No. Victoria and I love each other.
Billy: You know what? It's none of my business. As long as my kid are happy and safe, it's all I care about.
Stitch: Good, 'cause I'll make sure of it.
Billy: Me too.
Stitch: We're good, then. Catch you later. All right.
Billy: Yeah. Hey, stitch. There is one other thing that I care about. Victoria's happiness.
Stitch: That makes two of us.
Avery: I told you why I went to Joe's room -- to get him to admit that he was the one who attacked you, who'd been threatening you.
Dylan: What difference would it have made if he admitted it? What was the end game?
Avery: To put an end to all of this before it escalated into something ugly.
Dylan: So you were protecting Joe from your out-of-control fiancé?
Dylan: Well, that's what it sounds like.
Avery: Why are we arguing? The warehouse deal fell through. Joe won't be bothering us anymore. None of this matters.
Dylan: I asked you to stay away from the guy and you didn't.
Avery: I know. I am sorry. I wish I had never gone to his room. I am sorry about that.
Dylan: Something did happen, didn't it?
Avery: No, not in the way you're implying.
Dylan: Then what? Tell me.
Avery: Dylan, this is ridiculous. Why are we doing this? Why are we fighting? We saved crimson lights. We won. We beat Joe, we beat Victor. We got everything we wanted.
Dylan: Not everything. Joe got the satisfaction of telling me that you came to his room.
Avery: Oh, my god. Okay, so Joe got a little bit of satisfaction. You got me. Isn't that what matters in the end?
Dylan: You're due in court.
Avery: Yes, I am. I hope I'll see you home later.
Dylan: Good luck with the case.
Avery: We really do have it all, Dylan. Don't let Joe come between us.
Nick: What were you thinking bringing her here today? This is hard enough for Faith as it is.
Nick: You're the one who's putting her on the stand.
Barb: Ms. Newman?
Barb: I'm barb martin from child services.
Sharon: Oh, yes. Nice to meet you.
Nick: Hi. Nick Newman. I'm Faith's father.
Sharon: Um, let me introduce you to Faith. Faith, this is Ms. Martin. She's just going to ask you some questions before we go into court. Remember we talked about that?
Barb: Hi, Faith.
Sharon: Um, I told Faith that you might take her and miss patsy to get some hot chocolate.
Barb: That sounds great.
Faith: Can I have marshmallows?
Barb: You bet.
Sharon: All right, be good. I love you.
Faith: I love you, too, mommy.
Barb: We'll see you inside.
Nick: Hey. You do know everything's going to be okay today, right?
Faith: I waved my magic wand this morning and put a happiness spell on all of us.
Nick: Well, I hope it works. It's going to, daddy. We'll be happy. All of us.
Nick: Okay. I'll see you.
Barb: Come on.
Nick: Listen, um... I think you should take off. I don't want you in the middle of this mess more than you already are.
Sage: I don't mind. I -- I -- I'm all right.
Nick: I think you should go.
Sage: Okay. Just call me if you change your mind. Or if you need anything else.
Sharon: Nick. You can stop this. All you have to say is two words -- "joint custody."
Sharon: I can't undo what I did. And I deserve to be punished, but isn't losing you and all the future plans we made together punishment enough?
Nick: This isn't about punishment or payback. Sharon, I'm doing this for Faith because I need to protect her from your poor judgment.
Sharon: You think I'm gonna hurt her? How do you think taking her mother away from her is gonna feel to her?
David: Sharon. Leave the arguing to me, okay? In court.
Nick: Avery. I'm glad you're here. You ready for a fight?
Avery: I've already had my warm-up.
Nick: I hope it put you in a winning frame of mind. Because I can't afford to lose this one.
Avery: Come on.
Stitch: Hey, Mac. Good. You're here. Hey. I wanted to let you know I left the key to the loft on the kitchen counter. I'm, uh... I'm not gonna be needing it anymore. [Chuckles]
Dylan: Yeah, I slept there last night. I saw it.
Stitch: Uh, well, gee, stitch, why won't you be needing the key anymore? Well, I'm glad you asked, Mac. I decided to move in with Victoria. What? Oh, my god! That's amazing. Didn't expect Billy to do back flips over the news, but I thought at least from you'd get a "Congrats, buddy"? I don't know.
Stitch: I'm moving in with Victoria. It's kind of a big deal. Thought maybe you'd be happy for me.
Dylan: [Sighs] Yeah. Yeah, I am.
Stitch: Okay. What's going on?
Stitch: Then why'd you sleep at the loft instead of Avery's?
Dylan: Her bed's been a little crowded lately.
Chelsea: You bought yourself an espresso maker, yet you still have no place to sit.
Adam: I think sitting's overrated. Plus, you know, when you consider the fact that I have absolutely no idea what I'm doing when it comes to picking out my own furniture --
Chelsea: Oh, my gosh. I was supposed to bring you those magazines, wasn't I?
Adam: It's okay. You've been busy.
I'll grab them now. It's okay.
Adam: No, no. I'd really rather you didn't. Here.
Adam: I mean, you know, why bother going through some bulky magazine that's probably 99% print ads when you can go online, right?
Adam: I'm sure there's a website you can point me to.
Chelsea: Yeah, more than you have the time to look through in a lifetime, so let's narrow it down.
Chelsea: Give me a style. What style would you say represents you and Sage?
Adam: In a word, I would say... hmm. You know, I don't think that Sage and I really have a style.
Chelsea: Well, it takes time.
Chelsea: When my husband and I, when we were first married, we bought an old house out by the lake. Um...
Adam: You turned it into a showplace, didn't you?
Chelsea: Well, it came fully furnished. Early 19th century creepy.
Adam: But it was home, right?
Chelsea: Yeah, it was.
Adam: Good. And now you have this wonderful apartment.
Chelsea: Well, I didn't get to decorate that, either. So I would love this. A blank canvas to just start from scratch. I would love that.
Adam: You would love that? Okay. Well... why don't you help me pick out my furniture?
Chelsea: Oh, no, no, no, no. That's something you should do with Sage.
Adam: No, no, no. Look, I think Sage would be the first one to tell you that she doesn't have your sense of style.
Chelsea: [Sighs] Okay. All right. Quickly. Let's see. All right. Um... well, uh, what do you like?
Adam: Um... okay. I think it should be something that -- that catches your eye, you know? But not in an in-your-face kind of way.
Adam: Elegant, beautiful for sure. Uh... unique, classy. But comfortable.
Adam: Sort of like, um... a timeless beauty.
Chelsea: Something that lasts a lifetime.
Adam: Yeah. Exactly.
Chelsea: You know what? I saw something recently on this website that I think you would definitely like for this place. It's very sophisticated, but it has a sort of Norman Rockwell feel, you know? Very homey. Check it out.
Adam: I would say it's perfect.
Chelsea: I mean, if I was, you know, decorating my place, this is what I would choose, but...
Adam: Well, I, um... yeah, no, let's do it. Yeah. That's good.
Chelsea: [Laughs] Are you sure? We've only looked at one thing.
Adam: I'm sure, I'm sure. It's perfect.
Chelsea: Oh, it says here too it's same-day delivery.
Adam: Let's do that, too.
Sage: Hope I'm not interrupting. [Chuckles]
Adam: No, no, no. You know what, I stepped out to get the paper and, uh, almost locked myself out.
Sage: Oh, and Chelsea rescued you.
Chelsea: No, he didn't need my help. He knew the trick, how to get into all the doors in the building.
Adam: Real estate agent showed me.
Sage: How lucky.
Chelsea: Well, I should go, but thank you for the latte so much.
Adam: That's payment for helping me with the decorations.
Chelsea: [Chuckles] Well, it's good to see you, Sage.
Sage: You too.
Chelsea: All right. You guys have a good day.
Adam: Need help with that?
Chelsea: No, I'm good. Thanks.
Sage: Uh-huh. You just happened to run into her in the hallway, huh?
Adam: Yeah. Pure coincidence. Or it could have been fate. You know, I used to make coffee for her every single morning.
Sage: Well, you two looked awfully cozy. Hunched over the computer, sipping your lattes.
Adam: Did we?
Sage: Seriously? She's picking out furniture for our home?
Adam: Yeah, no, I mean, I would have asked you if you were around. Where the hell did you go, anyway, so early in the morning? Where were you?
Sage: I went to the courthouse. I offered to testify for Nick in his custody suit.
Adam: Okay, Sage, just how close are you and my brother, anyway?
Sharon: You mean it? I'm so grateful.
Mariah: Well, I have a part to play in this family drama.
Sharon: I know you're nervous about testifying.
Mariah: You look like you're about to face a firing squad.
Sharon: I'm just anxious for this to be over.
Mariah: Great. Princess whiny pants. Get ready for the waterworks when she takes the stand.
Sharon: I'm gonna need your help today more than ever.
Judge Ramsey: Take your seats, please. [Clears throat] [Bangs gavel] Court is in session in the case of Newman vs. Newman. I'd like to remind everyone we are here for one purpose, and that is to decide what is best for an innocent child. Counsel, are you ready?
Avery: Yes, your honor.
David: We are as well, your honor.
Judge Ramsey: Call your first witness, Ms. Clark.
Avery: I call Nicholas Newman to the stand.
Billy: Yeah. Yeah, I got the proposals you sent. They suck. You guys need to put your heads together and come up with something more impressive than what you sent, because I got five interns who can do a better job.
Chelsea: I thought you loved your marketing team?
Billy: I don't love anybody today.
Chelsea: [Laughs] Professionally speaking, of course.
Billy: I'm sorry. It's just been -- it's been a rough morning, okay?
Chelsea: Did the breakfast meeting go badly?
Billy: I ran into stitch at the club.
Chelsea: You don't still think that he's passing Jabot secrets to Victoria, do you?
Billy: Well, he's gonna have a lot more opportunity to do that now.
Chelsea: What do you mean?
Billy: He moved in with her. Now, you would think that Victoria would tell me that, seeing as how we share kids together, not to mention a past, but, no, she left the honors to stitch.
Chelsea: So we're allowed to shack up but they're not?
Billy: There's a big difference.
Chelsea: Which is what? I'm not really seeing it.
Billy: Your husband's dead. I'm not.
Chelsea: Looking a little green there, Adam.
Adam: [Chuckles] You think I'm jealous of my brother?
Sage: I think you hate that I'm helping him.
Adam: [Clears throat] Well, maybe you didn't get the memo, but my brother's actually the one that rescues people.
Sage: Apparently many people didn't get the memo. Your friend Avery -- she's representing him, and his whole family's there, standing next him. There are many people helping Nick in his time of need.
Adam: Oh, or maybe they just want to jump on the "beat up Sharon" bandwagon.
Sage: Yeah. If that's what you want to think you can go with that.
Adam: The whole world can fawn all over my brother for all I care, okay? It really doesn't matter. But please don't make a spectacle of yourself in public. We're supposed to be married.
Sage: Don't worry, little Adam. He refused my offer to testify. He doesn't want me to get mixed up in his problems.
Adam: Mm. That's nice of him, but he's probably just thinking that you'd make things worse for him, actually. That's probably right. Now that I'm thinking about it, you know, I kind of wish you would have testified.
Sage: Are you really that bitter that you can't have your own child you really want Nick to suffer in the same way?
Adam: What are you talking about? Hold on. He's the one that's taken a parent away from his kid. All right? You have no idea what he's doing to her. She doesn't deserve this.
Sage: He's doing what he thinks is best for his daughter.
Adam: Well, what about what she thinks is best? She's the mom. Doesn't that matter at all? You have no idea what she's been through, what he's put her through.
Sage: Neither does Gabriel Bingham. And if you forget that, you're gonna ruin your chance of getting your family back, not me.
Avery: The residence where you plan to live with Faith is one the two of you have shared before, correct?
Avery: And Faith feels comfortable there? She has her own room filled with her own things?
Nick: Yes. Some of them since she was a baby.
Avery: So she feels at home there.
Nick: Yes, but it's not because of the material things. I've always tried to fill my home with a lot of love so Faith feels very safe and secure.
Sharon: No, I'm not sure Faith always does feel safe when she's with Nick.
David: And what makes you say that?
Sharon: Well, the other night, she called me from his place. She wanted me to come and get her. She said that she had a tummy ache, but when we got home, she admitted that wasn't true. She just wanted to be with her mommy.
David: You believe she feels at home with you?
Sharon: The house we share is her home.
Nick: Faith has spent pretty much her entire life splitting time between the two homes. Mine and Sharon's. So what I'm asking for now is no different.
Sharon: This couldn't be more different. Nick is asking to have our daughter full time, which means he would be making all of the decisions for Faith. Big or small. He could even decide that I can't be in her life anymore.
Nick: I would never try and cut Sharon out of Faith's life. I'm just trying to protect my daughter from her mother's erratic behavior.
Sharon: I have made mistakes. Most of them were when I was diagnosed with bipolar disorder. And while that doesn't excuse my actions, managing the disease is a process. And I worked very hard to get it under control. And I succeeded. I did it for Faith. I did it for myself. Because I can't imagine my life without Faith.
Nick: I just want what's best for my daughter.
Sharon: I love Faith. And all I want is what's best for her. Oh, god, Nick. Can we stop? Can we please stop?
Judge Ramsey: Call your next witness, Ms. Clark.
Avery: I'd like to call Summer Newman to the stand.
Summer: No one could ever replace my mom. But when she was in a coma, Sharon did her best to fill that void. She was very supportive of me and my marriage. And I was really grateful for her. Until I found out the truth.
Noah: My mom is a good person. She loves her kids. And she just -- she wants us to be a family again. Like we were when Cassie -- [Sighs] She just wanted us to be a family again.
Summer: It wasn't just me that Sharon hurt when she switched that paternity test. She hurt her own kids. Faith is just a little girl, and she took away the only big sister that she ever knew.
Avery: Your mother's been diagnosed with bipolar disorder.
Noah: Yes, and she's able to control her condition with medication.
Avery: And what happens when she goes off her medication?
Summer: I know exactly what Sharon's capable of when she's not taking her medication. She stole a year of my life away from me. Time with my mom and dad that I can never get back.
Noah: I know that my mom hurt Summer. I do. She hurt all of us. But she's better now.
Avery: But not cured.
Noah: No, there's no cure for bipolar disorder.
Stitch: Okay, did they examine your head when you took that beating? 'Cause it sounds to me like there might be something loose up there.
Dylan: Is that your professional opinion?
Stitch: Look, how can you question Avery's love? She chose you, man.
Dylan: Then why'd she go to his hotel room the other day? She said nothing happened.
Stitch: Okay, then believe her.
Dylan: [Sighs] I do.
Stitch: All right, well, then, look, if you did, why would you keep letting this guy get to you?
Dylan: Exactly what Avery said.
Stitch: Smart and beautiful. You're right. She is too good for you.
Dylan: Do you think that thought hasn't crossed my mind?
Stitch: Come on, man. Avery loves you. Don't doubt it for a minute.
Billy: Chelsea, I'm sorry.
Chelsea: That Adam's dead or that you consistently remind me of it?
Billy: Look, all I meant was you and I don't have to share Connor with anyone, and now that stitch has moved in with Victoria, I'm probably gonna see more of your son than I do of my own kids.
Chelsea: Victoria would never keep you from your children, Billy.
Billy: Look, I know that, but just listening to stitch say that he was there for Katie's 2:00 A.M. Feeding feels like he's winning.
Chelsea: But it's not a contest.
Billy: Yeah, well, it feels like it sometimes. It's like -- it's like there's a certain amount of time left, and I have to squeeze in as much as I possibly can before it all runs out. Or I'll lose.
Chelsea: All you can do is make the most of the moments you do have. Sure, maybe you'll miss out on some things, but so will Victoria.
Billy: [Scoffs] And I just have to accept that?
Chelsea: Be grateful you and Victoria are working together to do what's best for your children. Lots of kids aren't so lucky.
Judge Ramsey: I have explained to our next witness that she did not have to testify if she didn't want to. But she made it clear that she wanted to be heard, so let's continue. Hello, Faith.
Judge Ramsey: Do you remember what we talked about in my chambers?
Judge Ramsey: I'm gonna ask you a couple of questions and I just want you to answer them honestly, okay?
Faith: Mommy said I should tell the truth. Hi, Mommy.
Sharon: Hi, baby.
Judge Ramsey: Are you ready?
Judge Ramsey: Okay. Let's get started then, Faith.
Judge Ramsey: Do you know why you're here today, Faith?
Faith: To decide where I'm going to live.
Judge Ramsey: That's right.
Faith: Wish it was up to me.
Judge Ramsey: If it were, what would you choose?
Faith: I'd want us all to live together again. Can you make that happen?
Judge Ramsey: It's the one thing I'm afraid I can't do, Faith.
Avery: Your honor, may I ask Faith a few questions?
Judge Ramsey: Is that okay?
Faith: I guess.
Avery: Faith. Does your daddy make good decisions?
Faith: Mostly. He's made a few bad ones.
Avery: Would he do anything to hurt you?
Faith: No. Never.
Avery: Thank you, sweetie.
David: Uh, may I? Your honor?
Judge Ramsey: Is that okay?
David: Hi, Faith. I want to ask you about someone you saw at your dad's house. It was a woman and her name is Sage.
Faith: I don't want to talk about her.
David: I know. I know this is difficult for you, honey, but it's important that we talk about what happened with your dad and this woman.
Avery: Your honor, she said she doesn't want to talk about it.
David: It's critical to the case, your honor.
Judge Ramsey: Well, then, let me ask her. Faith, um, I want you to do me a favor. I want you to pretend that you and I are the only two people in this room.
Faith: Like we're in a cloak of invisibility?
Judge Ramsey: [Laughing] Yes. Exactly like that. Now, what can you tell me about that woman you saw in your father's house?
Faith: She didn't have any pants on.
Judge Ramsey: Can you tell me anything else?
Faith: I don't want to talk about it anymore.
Judge Ramsey: Why not?
Faith: 'Cause it makes my mommy and daddy mad. I don't want to make them mad.
Judge Ramsey: Well, then, you don't have to talk about it anymore. Ms. Martin, you can escort Faith out. Thank you, Faith. You did an excellent job.
Faith: Have you decided what you're gonna do?
Judge Ramsey: Soon.
Billy: So just smile and be happy for Victoria and stitch. Is that it? Sit back and watch while he plays daddy with my kids?
Chelsea: That is not what's happening.
Billy: No? Well, who was it that gave my newborn daughter her bottle last night, rocked her to sleep, and who's gonna do that every night from now on?
Chelsea: Well, then, spend more time with her during the day.
Billy: It's not that simple. He lives there now. I can't just drop in whenever I feel like it.
Chelsea: Well, I'm sure Victoria will let you spend as much time as you want with your children.
Billy: Yes, but it's not the same as being there 24/7.
Chelsea: Is that what you really want? To be around Victoria all the time?
Billy: Oh, my gosh. That's not what I'm saying.
Chelsea: Well, it sounds like that's what you're saying.
Billy: Well, then, you're not listening.
Adam: Hey, Billy. Oh. Uh... which -- I -- um... I have the new marketing proposal for our eye shadows. I can come back.
Chelsea: No, it's okay. I have to go to a meeting.
Chelsea: We'll finish this later.
Adam: Bad timing, huh?
Billy: No, no. Your timing's great, actually. I could use your help with something.
Judge Ramsey: Are there any more witnesses?
David: Yes, I would like to call Sharon Newman's other daughter to the stand, Mariah Copeland.
Judge Ramsey: Do you swear to the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth?
Mariah: Uh, yeah.
Judge Ramsey: Be seated.
David: You nervous?
Mariah: A little.
David: Oh, don't be. I'm just gonna ask you a few simple questions and all you have to do is answer them honestly.
Mariah: [Chuckles] Obviously you don't know me very well.
David: [Laughs] Well, Sharon didn't either until recently. And you didn't grow up knowing Sharon was your mother, did you?
Mariah: I found out last year.
David: You were taken from Sharon at birth by some less-than-scrupulous people.
David: Sharon never came looking for you, never came to rescue you. In fact, she didn't even know you existed.
Mariah: All true.
David: So you had every reason to hate her. Do you?
Mariah: No. I -- I did at first, and then I saw what a great mom Sharon was to Noah and Faith, and how much they loved her, too. And I realized that -- that we both were cheated out of all of those years together.
David: And now you're making up for lost time.
Mariah: [Chuckles] We're trying.
David: [Sighs] Ms. Copeland, I have one last question. Are you glad that Sharon's your mother?
Mariah: It worked out okay.
David: Thank you. Your witness.
Avery: You've gotten close to your mother. Have you also gotten close to your siblings?
Mariah: I guess so.
Avery: And does Faith confide in her new big sister?
Mariah: Uh, sometimes.
Avery: So, did she tell you about the visit from this woman with her father?
Mariah: She may have mentioned it.
Avery: What did she say?
Mariah: I don't remember exactly.
Avery: Did she tell you why the woman had removed her pants and was wearing nick's robe? I'll remind you you're under oath, Mariah. Please tell the court what Faith said to you.
Adam: You need my help with the marketing mix for Ashley's new --
Billy: No, no, it's not a business problem that I want your advice on.
Adam: Something personal?
Billy: [Sighs] I need an objective opinion. You're one of the only people I know who doesn't know me, my ex-wife, or the new man in her life very well.
Adam: Right, so this is like a love triangle-type thing?
Billy: No, it's -- [Sighs] It's a dad problem.
Adam: Okay, yeah, no. Shoot.
Billy: Okay, so, if you had to sit back and watch another man take care of your child, a child that you only got to see part time while he got to see them every day --
Adam: How would I feel about that?
Adam: Yeah, I'd probably resent it a lot. [Sighs] But I think -- I think I'd also be grateful for every moment that I got to spend with my child. And if I've learned one thing, it's that... the people that you love may be taken away in a heartbeat.
Billy: [Chuckles] If anyone knows that, it should be me. Thanks for reminding me.
Dylan: Is the hearing over?
Summer: No, Mariah is testifying right now. I just couldn't stand to hear her sing Sharon's praises any longer. [Sighs]
Dylan: I'm sorry about all you've been through. I know it hasn't been easy.
Summer: Thanks, I'm just really worried about Faith right now. I mean, I know how scary this must be for her.
Dylan: Yeah, I know. I feel bad for her, too.
Summer: Thank god my dad has Avery on his side. She's doing a really good job in there.
Dylan: I'm gonna head inside. You okay?
Summer: Yeah, I'm gonna go meet Austin, so I'll see you later, okay?
Stitch: Avery loves you. Don't doubt it for a minute.
Avery: Mariah, I know you understand how important it is to tell the truth.
Mariah: Yes, I do.
Avery: Then I'll ask you again. Did Faith tell you why nick's friend had taken off her pants?
Mariah: Sh-- she said that, um...
Avery: What, Mariah? What did she say?
Mariah: She said that... Sage had spilled water... on her pants and that's why Nick asked for her to take them off, so she could throw them in the dryer.
Avery: So there was nothing sexual going on between Nick and Sage.
Mariah: I don't know what's going on between them.
Avery: But that night, Nick was just being helpful. That's all.
Judge Ramsey: Answer the question, Ms. Copeland.
Sharon: No! That is not all, Mariah! Tell them! Tell them that Faith belongs with me!
David: Sharon, sit down.
Sharon: My daughter belongs with me, your honor. You cannot take her away!
Judge Ramsey: I am warning you, Ms. Newman.
Sharon: Nick, don't let them do this! Don't let them take Faith away from me! I have lost everything! I can't lose her, too! Please!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Nikki: I'm afraid you're about to do something you might regret.
Lily: There has to be another reason why you stepped aside and let Jill take over.
Judge Ramsey: I have reached a decision regarding custody of the minor, Faith Newman.
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