Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/1/15


Episode # 10700 ~ Billy wants the truth from Victoria; Noah acts heroically; Chelsea offers Adam comfort.

Provided By Suzanne

Phyllis: You know, when you wake up, first thing I'm gonna ask you is why is your finger naked? What the hell happened to your wedding ring, honey? I thought you left the house with it this morning. Well... all I can say is you better have a damn good excuse, because you are gonna wake up. You're gonna come back. You have to. I came back to you. And in the meantime, I am hoping we get lucky and one of the Newmans grow a conscience, they have the courage to come forward and tell the truth about Victor and what he's done to you.

Noah: We're closed. Excuse me. Hey. Sorry. We're closed. Excuse me?

Marisa: [Gasping]

Noah: Are you okay? What happened to you? Are you -- oh, my God. Come here. Oh, okay, okay, okay. Okay. Okay. All right, all right.

Billy: It's been a long night, and it isn't over yet.

Victoria: You know, Jack's survived a lot of things. He'll survive this, too. He has to.

Billy: My brother's strong. I just hope that he's strong enough to survive what Victor did to him.

Victoria: You know, you and Phyllis need to stop this. Dad was with me. He's not responsible for any of this.

Billy: All right, Victoria. I know you better than anybody else does. Hell, I probably know you better than you know yourself. And it hurts like hell to hear you say this, because... I know damn well you're lying.

Nikki: Paul, there's something you need to know. Jack called me tonight and wanted to meet me in the park.

Paul: You were there with him?

Nikki: No, I wasn't. But Victor was.

Victor: She's mistaken, Paul.

Paul: No, I want to hear this from Nikki. You're telling me that Victor was aware of the call and he met Jack in the park instead of you? Is that what you're saying? So you need to tell me what you were doing in the park.

Phyllis: Okay. See? Now I know I was right. You shot my husband! And for what?!

Victor: Calm down.

Phyllis: A damn company? Calm down? Really? You want me to calm down?!

Paul: That's enough! This is not the place!

Phyllis: This was your plan the whole time! I don't care, Paul! Ever since Jack came to you, from the very beginning, he said to me, he was afraid that you were gonna try to kill him, and you did.

Victor: You're playing with fire now.

Phyllis: You heard Nikki. You were there. You shot my husband.

Victor: Do you honestly think I'd be here concerned about the well-being of your husband if I had shot him?!

Paul: Victor, please.

Phyllis: Paul, please do your job and arrest him.

Victoria: Look, Billy, I know what you think of my father, and for a lot of it, you're justified. But he's not some sort of a monster that would kill a man in cold blood, and you know that.

Billy: Okay, hypothetically, let's just say that you're giving the guy an alibi. Um, dinner at the club, was it?

Victoria: Yes, dinner. Would you like to know what we had for dinner?

Billy: The guy does not deserve your loyalty.

Victoria: Billy.

Billy: All right, look, I understand why you did it. You're lying to protect someone that you love. I've done it myself many times. In fact, um... [Sighs] I did it recently for Jack and the rest of my family.

Victoria: What are you saying?

Billy: I'm admitting that I set up Victor for embezzlement. There was a group of us, but I was right in the thick of it. But things have happened, and we've changed course now. And we've -- we've told the police that we found the money. It was a, uh, computer glitch. And we've dropped all the charges. Look, Victoria, there is a reason I'm telling you this. If you lie to the police about your dad's whereabouts, you could get into huge trouble. I don't give a damn about Victor. I just care deeply about what happens to you.

Victoria: Billy, nothing is gonna happen to me.

Billy: Okay, fine. That's -- that's great. You just keep telling yourself that. But what if you're wrong? Hmm? What happens to our kids? What happens to reed and Johnny and Katie? When the cops come for Victor -- and they're going to -- you could be charged with accessory to attempted murder. Or worse, if Jack doesn't... look, just do it, okay? Would you do it? Go to the police and tell them the truth. Your loyalty to Victor isn't worth throwing your life away. You're better than this.

Victoria: It's awful what happened to Jack, and I'm praying that he's gonna be okay. But my dad is not responsible for this. It's like he said. We went to dinner, and then we went back to the office together. He was with me, Billy.

Billy: Okay, Victoria.

Adam: Hey.

Chelsea: Hi.

Adam: Sorry it's so late.

Chelsea: Uh, no, no, it's okay. What's going on?

Adam: I just -- I wanted to talk to you, make sure we were on the same page in case the police come by to question you.

Chelsea: The police? What happened? Is this about Victor?

Adam: It is. We had to sort of, uh, ditch the embezzlement plan. Uh, Ashley told Paul that there was a computer glitch. I think he actually bought it. Anyway, no funds were ever diverted, so...

Chelsea: And what about the charges?

Adam: The charges are dropped.

Chelsea: Wow, that's great.

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: I'm so glad. To be honest, I was never really comfortable with Jack's plan.

Adam: Yeah. Neither was I.

Chelsea: [Sighs] So, what now? Is Victor on the warpath? Is he -- is he vowing to get even?

Adam: Not exactly right now.

Chelsea: Really? I thought he would be gloating.

Adam: Well, he's got a lot on his plate.

Chelsea: Like what?

Adam: Well, um... the embezzlement charges have been dropped, but now he's a prime suspect in a shooting.

Paul: Thank you for agreeing to come in and answer a few questions.

You haven't been arrested, so you're under no obligation to submit to this interview.

Victor: I understand, but I have nothing to hide, Paul.

[Recorder beeps]

I thought this was a friendly conversation, not an interrogation.

Paul: It is a friendly conversation. I just want to be sure that I don't mishear anything Mr. Newman has to say.

Victor: Kindly ask your questions, Paul.

Paul: Victor, were you aware that Jack asked Nikki to meet him in the park tonight?

You don't have to answer that.

Victor: I was there when she took his call.

Paul: And she relayed to you why he was calling?

Victor: She did, indeed.

Paul: So, did you go to the park in her place?

Victor, as your attorney, I strongly advise you not to answer that question.

Victor: Herman, you're a good man,. You're a good attorney. But I'll answer the damn question, okay? Yes. I went to see Jack Abbott in the park.

Marisa: Thank you. I didn't mean to be this much trouble.

Noah: It's just coffee. We always keep a pot going in case somebody needs to sober up. Just glad I was still here.

Marisa: Me, too. You have kind eyes.

Noah: [Chuckles] I bet you say that to all the bartenders who bring you coffee and a blanket after hours.

Marisa: I don't know. You're my first.

Noah: I hope so. I'm Noah.

Marisa: Marisa.

Noah: So, what happened out there, huh? How'd you end up here?

Marisa: I'm new to town. [Breathing heavily]

Noah: Oh, okay, okay, okay. Hey, Marisa, I'm -- I'm gonna call you an ambulance, okay? You need -- you need to see a doctor.

Marisa: No. No hospital, no police, please. [Sighs]

Noah: Hey, are you in some kind of trouble?

Marisa: [Breathing heavily]

Chelsea: Is Jack gonna be okay?

Adam: I don't know. He, uh, he lost a lot of blood. He was in a coma when I left the hospital.

Chelsea: Oh, my God! Oh, my God.

Adam: The image of him just laying there in the park, you know, just shot, bleeding out, helpless... hard to strike that image from your brain, you know?

Chelsea: [Sighs] Yeah. Well, he's lucky that you were there when you were walking through the park. I mean, that's so crazy. It makes you really wonder if things do happen for a reason.

Adam: Yeah, we're just lucky that the ambulance came when they did, you know, otherwise you and I'd probably be having a very different conversation.

Chelsea: I-I can't believe this. I can't believe the merger came to this, that -- that Victor would try to kill Jack.

Adam: Well, we don't -- we don't know for sure that's actually what happened.

Chelsea: But you said that Victor's the main suspect.

Adam: Well, he is. And the police are questioning him right now, as they should be, I think, you know. Those two have a pretty sordid past. Um, lot of bad blood between them, you know. Victor does stand to -- to gain the most if Jack doesn't make it, so... there's that. But I got to tell you, you know, of all the things I think of that man, I just -- I don't see Victor as a murderer, you know.

Chelsea: This must be really hard on you. You just found out that Jack is your dad, and now...

Adam: Just imagining that he might not wake up, and if he does wake up, trying to figure out what it is he will say.

Victor: Jack and I met about business.

Paul: Really? How did that come about? I mean, given that he was expecting Nikki.

Victor: Well, he was actually wanting to capitalize on their friendship, trying to persuade me to promote Gabriel, you know. I didn't want Nikki to be in the middle of that, so I went instead of her.

Paul: So I gather you didn't care much for the idea?

Victor: Well, Gabriel turns out to be a more valuable person than I thought he would be. But it's all rather complex.

Paul: So, tell me. Could any of these complexities lead to violence?

Victor: No.

Paul: Do you own a gun?

Victor: You know I own a gun.

Paul: Did you take it with you to meet Jack?

Victor: How can you ask me that, Paul? You know guns aren't allowed in the park.

Paul: You're not answering my question, Victor.

Victor: How long have you and I been friends? I think you know me well enough that I wouldn't risk everything that I've built up over the last 30 years for a slightly bigger piece of the pie. That's ludicrous. What reason would I have to want Jack Abbott dead?

Paul: Is that a rhetorical question, or do you want me to list the possible reasons?

Victor: Do I need to jog your memory? A little while ago, I saved Jack Abbott's life. Why would I want to put a bullet in him now? He and I get along better than we ever have. Our combined visions are doing very well. There is no motive.

Paul: Thank you for your time, Victor. You're free to go.

Victor: I hope you find who you're looking for, Paul.

Paul: We received an anonymous tip earlier today that there was going to be a shooting. Once we track down that person, we will have all the answers we need.

Marisa: I'm not in any trouble. I swear.

Noah: Well, you wandered in here, you're soaking wet, you're telling me not to call the police. So how am I supposed to interpret that?

Marisa: My boyfriend and I, we had a crazy night, too much drinking. We got into a fight, and I-I tripped and fell into a fountain.

Noah: A fountain? The one up the street in front of the bank?

Marisa: Yes, you know it. Good.

Noah: Yeah.

Marisa: My boyfriend, he left me with no money. I-I left my purse in his car, and I doubt he'll remember where to find me. We're visiting from out of the country, and I just need a place to stay for the night. Do you know any good hostels or cheap motels?

Noah: Yeah, uh, look, there's a couch upstairs in the office. You can stay there tonight if you want.

Marisa: What will it cost me?

Noah: No, no, no, look, I don't want you to get the wrong idea, okay? I don't -- I don't want anything in return.

Marisa: Favors are never free.

Noah: Look, I'm not offering you much, all right? It's just a couch, so... take it or leave it.

Marisa: American boy. Never had to go without. Don't know what it's like to have nothing.

Noah: Yeah, yeah, you got me figured out.

Marisa: I don't mean to offend you. I just never come across much -- much generosity in my life. Where I come from, things are different.

Noah: Welcome to Genoa city. Hey, look, why don't you call your boyfriend, you know? Just let him know you're okay.

Billy: Phyllis, how's Jack?

Victoria: Has there been any change?

Phyllis: He's holding his own. And there might be some justice in the world after all.

Victoria: Meaning?

Phyllis: Paul brought Victor in for questioning.

Victoria: Why? My dad didn't have anything to do with this.

Nikki: I told Paul the truth, that your father went in my place to see Jack in the park.

Billy: Then you weren't together, were you?

Victoria: [Sighs] Billy, look, um, it's complicated.

Billy: No, Victoria, it's not complicated. Were you with him all night or not?

Victoria: I need to speak with my mother.

Billy: I'll bet you do. Okay for me to go in?

Phyllis: Sure. He's unconscious, but come on.

Victoria: Mom. Why would you tell the police that? What the hell is wrong with you?

"The young and the restless"

will continue.

Chelsea: Jack is gonna wake up.

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: I truly believe that. And when he does, hopefully he will be able to tell the police exactly what happened in that park tonight. You look tired. Maybe you should get some sleep.

Adam: Yeah. Thanks. I can't, you know. I can't sleep.

Chelsea: I'll, um, I'll make us some tea. Maybe that'll help.

Adam: [Sighs]

Phyllis: He's opening his eyes.

Jack: Phyllis.

Phyllis: Baby, it's me.

Jack: Where am...

Phyllis: You're in the hospital. But you're gonna be all right. I just know it.

Paul: Jack, it's Paul. Do you feel up to answering a few questions?

Jack: I guess.

Paul: Do you know why you're here? Can you remember what happened?

Jack: Victor shot me.

Phyllis: All right. What more do you need? Do your job and arrest Victor Newman.

Paul: All right. Jack, you get some rest. We'll talk later.

Jack: You were there, too. You were part of the whole plan.

Adam: I-I don't know what you're talk-- Jack, what -- if you're on medication or what -- you know, we need to talk. If you guys could excuse us --

Jack: Why should I listen to you? Why should any of us listen to you? You've been lying about who you are.

Paul: He's lying?

Phyllis: What are you talking about?

Chelsea: Gabe is your son, Jack.

Jack: He's not my son. He's Victor's son. He's Adam Newman.

[Tea kettle whistling]

Victoria: What were you thinking? How could you destroy dad's alibi? How could you do this to him?

Nikki: You better stop this right now, Victoria.

Victoria: You better answer me. Why did you tell Paul that dad was in the park?

Nikki: If you have any idea how badly I want a drink right now, you wouldn't even ask me that!

Victoria: I am sorry that I'm stressing you out so badly right now, but I need to understand why you did it.

Nikki: I told Paul the truth, okay? I realize that that is a foreign concept to your father, but I never realized that you --

Victoria: That I'd what?! What? What, mom? That I would do whatever it takes to protect my family?

Nikki: Oh, my God. You sound just like him.

Victoria: You sound like a stranger to me. How could you throw my father, the man that you supposedly love, under the bus, not to mention me? Do you have any idea what I've risked tonight?

Nikki: What about the position you two have put me in? I'm supposed to back up whatever lies you two come up with? I'm not gonna do that! I can't do it! I am working too hard trying to stay sober to get mixed up in this!

Victoria: Mom!

Nikki: I mean it, Victoria! I am not gonna compromise my integrity to justify your father's behavior! That is not love. That is a sign of a sick relationship!

Victoria: What happened to Jack is not dad's fault. He explained to me what happened.

Nikki: Great! Tell me, then! I need to know! What was the reason? Why did he want to see Victor if it wasn't to -- to make peace? Because when Victor showed up in my place, believe me, there was no peace being made.

Victoria: Mom, there's got to be a reasonable explanation.

Nikki: If you have a clue what it is, you better fill me in. Better yet, you better tell Paul what it is. You need to come forward, Victoria, and you need to do it now, because the longer you wait, the worse it is!

[Cell phone rings]

Victoria: [Sighs] Hello? Okay. I'll be right there. That was Paul. The police have warrants to search your house and dad's office.

Phyllis: You didn't seem surprised that Victoria lied to cover for Victor.

Billy: I mean, she loves the guy. I can't fault her for that. She sided with him since the beginning of the merger, and she wasn't wrong to mistrust the Abbotts. We've been after her dad from the beginning.

Phyllis: Except you didn't bother to tell me about that.

Billy: Jack was worried that you might feel that you owed Victor.

Phyllis: That's just stupid.

Billy: I agree. But it was his plan. And lately, I mean, you disagree with Jack and he bites your head off.

Phyllis: Did you?

Billy: No, I thought his plan was golden.

Phyllis: Because you despise Victor so much?

Billy: I definitely let that cloud my judgment. I was so intent on bringing down Victor for all the twisted stuff that he's done. I just followed along blindly, even when things got out of hand.

Phyllis: Don't beat yourself up. I did the same thing. Going along with this bizarre merger and his so-called friendship with his number-one enemy.

Billy: We all trusted him, didn't we? I mean, in the end, he's Jack.

Phyllis: Only he wasn't -- wasn't really acting himself. Wasn't so much just blowing off work to play golf or strutting around in lime-green pants, as weird as that was. Just the personal things, you know?

Billy: Like what?

Phyllis: Not remembering the inside jokes we have or some of the details about the experiences we've shared together. I'd just been chalking it up to his head injury, hoping that he'd be his old self again one day, and... then, amazingly, he was.

Billy: When? What do you mean?

Phyllis: I left work early today, and I wasn't expecting Jack. And, uh, I came home to find him walking down the stairs. And when he looked at me, I can't explain it, but he was just...different. When he looked at me, his face lit up in a way I haven't seen in ages. You know, when he looks at you and listens and you feel like the most important person in the world.

Billy: Yeah. That's Jack.

Phyllis: And then when he held me in his arms, it was like this veil lifted. He was so totally himself again. Warm and giving. There was something, though, that was really big going on with him that he wanted to tell me, but before he could, summer walked in. And she saw, too. She saw the shift in him. And before he could tell us his news, he got a text and he had to leave. He said that, um, he needed to find out some things before he could share whatever it was.

Billy: Do you have any idea what that was about?

Phyllis: Nope. But I feel like we were on the verge of finally getting him back. That was the last time I talked to him. I assume he had his ring on when he left the house today, I think. You know, but when his nurse gave me his personal belongings, it wasn't in there. He didn't have it on when they brought him in. And I-I know it sounds like a small thing, but... something is telling me it isn't.

Phyllis: What? I can't even believe that you are asking me this right now. I am not giving up, if that's what you're asking.

No one's giving up, Mrs. Abbott.

Phyllis: I'm sorry. I misunderstood. I didn't realize "does your husband have a living will?" Is a sign of optimism.

Do you know if your husband's prepared that directive?

Phyllis: We are not having this conversation.

It's hospital policy.

Phyllis: If you're planning to fail, I would like to have another doctor.

It's a waiting game now. I've done all I could, all anyone could.

Phyllis: Well, then you're gonna keep doing it. Supposed experts in coma treatment were gonna give up on me. I am living proof that they didn't try hard enough.

I know it's a difficult time. But I need you to put your feelings aside. If something exists in writing that reflects Jack's wishes, by law, we need to know about it. Your husband can't speak for himself right now. I need to make sure we're doing what he would want.

Chelsea: I came as soon as I heard. How is he?

Billy: Well, he's alive, no thanks to Victor.

Chelsea: Uh, well, I know the police are questioning Victor, but it doesn't necessarily --

Billy: No, no, he shot him. End of story. And then Victoria told the cops that she was with him all night, which turned out to be a lie. She lied straight-faced to me, and I guess she was just trying to protect her dad so he didn't have to pay for any of this.

Chelsea: I'm sorry, Billy. I'm sure that must have hurt you.

Billy: We pushed Victor too far with the whole embezzlement thing, and that's why he went after Jack. I should have listened to Ashley when she warned us to back off.

Chelsea: You can't blame yourself for this.

Billy: Oh, I don't blame myself. I blame Victor for all of it.

Victoria: Well, I don't know what evidence you think you're gonna find, but go ahead. Search away.

Paul: So, Nikki, are you sure you don't want to go home? Because I have a team going to your house with a second warrant.

Nikki: No, I'm here to support my daughter. I know my story differed from hers, but --

Victoria: Mom, I can handle this. Why don't you head home? You've done enough.

Paul: You know, it took a lot of courage for her to come forward the way she did. I admire her for that.

Victoria: It's late. Let's just skip all the pats on the back and get this done, shall we?

Paul: Sure. Fine by me.

Adam: Victor.

Victor: Hello. There you are.

Adam: You know, when you suggested that we meet here, I thought it was a pretty brilliant move, actually, especially since the, uh, security cameras have mysteriously stopped working. Really did think of everything, didn't you?

Victor: Well, well, I had nothing to do with that.

Adam: Really?

Victor: Hmm.

Adam: Okay. Well, I guess it's just good fortune, then, right, that no one has footage of you pumping a bullet into an unarmed man?

Victor: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. A man threatened me, threatened my family, and then tried to lure Nikki into the park here.

Adam: You know what? Maybe if you would have just taken a second before pulling the trigger and you would have listened to the words coming out of his mouth, you would have realized --

Victor: Will you hold your horses, please? I thought the man was reaching for a gun. I made a split-second decision.

Adam: You made a bad decision. You made the wrong decision. Of course, I don't ever expect you to admit to that. And now my father is in a hospital bed fighting for his life.

Victor: Where was this son's concern for his dying father when he was lying on the ground nearly bleeding to death? You didn't give a damn, did you? You thought you'd use that moment to take advantage.

Adam: It's a quality I would expect you to admire in a son, Victor.

Marisa: Look, I'm -- I'm sorry if I insulted you earlier. You seem like a nice guy.

Noah: Well, I sure wouldn't go driving off, leave my girlfriend stranded, no matter how bad the fight was.

Marisa: Nice and considerate. You see? I was right.

Noah: [Scoffs] Listen, nobody's gonna bother you up there on the couch, so I think it's safer than wandering the streets at this hour.

Marisa: I can handle myself.

Noah: I'm sure you can. But you can, you know, take the armor off just for a little while and get some rest. Must get a little heavy, you know, carrying it around all the time.

Marisa: It'll be good to sleep.

Noah: Listen, I still think that you should just call your boyfriend, let him know you're okay.

Marisa: He's a jerk. I never want to see him again.

Noah: Yeah, I get that. But you know what? Sometimes people make mistakes when they're drunk, especially guys. We don't have to be drunk. We can [Chuckles] -- Look, I just know if it was my girlfriend, I'd want to know if she was okay.

Marisa: What is she like?

Noah: I was speaking hypothetically.

Marisa: You're saying you don't have a girlfriend? Such a kind, generous, handsome man?

Noah: Yeah, I did. Fiancée, actually, but she died a few months ago.

Marisa: Oh. I-I'm sorry. I shouldn't have teased you.

Noah: How would you know?

Marisa: If you don't mind my asking, what happened?

Noah: [Sighs] She was a cop, got caught in a bad situation. Listen, Marisa, I'll tell you what. I'll call your boyfriend for you, okay? That way you don't have to talk to him. Sound good?

Marisa: You're right. A call should be made, but this is something that I need to do myself.

Noah: Okay. I'm gonna finish cleaning up.

Chelsea: My God. Jack. Who could have done this?

Phyllis: There's an answer for that. Victor Newman. So if you're here to defend him or offer him a new alibi, you can leave.

Chelsea: No, Victor is Connor's grandfather. I've had to learn to... get along with him. That's just the way things are. But Jack... Jack has helped my son time and time again. He -- he's Connor's guardian. He treated Adam like a son, and he gave me a career that I-I could never even possibly dream of, so I promise you, I would -- I would never try to protect whoever is responsible for this.

Phyllis: Chelsea, wait. I'm sorry. Come here. I shouldn't have jumped on you.

Chelsea: No, it's okay.

Phyllis: I'm very sorry. I'm just overwhelmed. It's not you. It's not your fault. Jack's just fighting for his life here, and I-I just -- all I can hear are the vultures circling, ready to pounce. And I just... the doctor...

Billy: What, Phyllis? What did he say?

Phyllis: [Voice breaking] He asked if Jack had a living will. As if I'd entertain the idea of it being over. It's not over. We didn't go through hell to come out the other side just to lose each other. My husband's gonna make it. And the man who did this to you, he sure as hell isn't gonna get away with it.

Victor: Not gonna defend myself to the likes of you. We had a deal. I need to know if you're going to honor it.

Adam: Well, actually, you were the one that was considering re-- re-thinking the deal. Of course, that was before your wife shot down your alibi. What did the police say when they dragged you in there, anyway? What'd you tell them?

Victor: I told them that I met Jack for business in the park.

Adam: They believe you?

Victor: It was the truth.

Adam: Well, did they believe it was the truth?

Victor: They're issuing search warrants as we speak.

Adam: They got you backed into a corner, Victor. You're in trouble. You need me.

Victor: I need you?

Adam: That's right.

Victor: Hmm. Don't threaten me.

Adam: Oh, I'm not threatening you. It's one thing we have in common. I don't make threats.

Victor: So you gonna keep your mouth shut about what you saw?

Adam: Well, that would be up to you. You have all the power here. You gonna hold up your end of the bargain?

Victor: That isn't entirely up to me.

Adam: Sure it is. It's perfectly within your right to appoint an interim C.E.O. That would be me. You do that, and I don't see any reason why anyone has to learn a single detail about what happened here or, you know, the fact that you're trying to cover it up.

Paul: And I will be taking your father's computer with me.

Victoria: Got it. That's everything, right? We done here?

Paul: No, I know there is a safe in the office somewhere. If you wouldn't mind opening that for me, please.

Victoria: Fine. Excuse me.

[Safe beeping]

Paul: Well... well, well, well. And I'll be taking this firearm with me, as well.

Nikki: Did you know your father had that here?

Victoria: No. Mom, I swear. I've never seen it before in my life.

Paul: So, Victoria, you were intentionally misleading me about your father's alibi. Is there anything else you want to tell me about?

Billy: I'm sure that the doctors are just following orders, making sure that Jack didn't have some legally binding document stuffed in a drawer somewhere. You know, you got to keep the lawyers happy.

Phyllis: They can rot in hell, as far as I'm concerned. All I care about is Jack. Finally reconnected to the man I vowed to love for the rest of my life. That's exactly what I'm gonna do. Open your eyes, baby. Come back to me. I want you back. I won't let them give up on you. I promise you that.

Victoria: Paul, look, I'm sorry. The alibi -- I shouldn't have lied.

Paul: No, you shouldn't have.

Victoria: Just that after my father was set up for the embezzlement -- and I don't care what Ashley said. It was a setup. Billy even admitted it to me. After that, I just couldn't stand to see my father railroaded for another crime that he didn't commit, okay?

Paul: Right. Okay. Did your father tell you anything else about what happened in the park or -- or what he saw?

Victoria: You'll have to ask him.

Paul: I did. Good evening.

Victoria: Go ahead. Say it.

Nikki: Well, your father might be proud of you. But I'm not.

[Or opens]

Adam: C.E.O. You in or out? Clock's ticking.

Victor: I honor my commitments. You better live by the same standards.

Adam: Or what?

[Cell phone rings] Hello?

Marisa: Adam?

Adam: Uh, this is Gabriel Bingham. Who's this?

Marisa: Someone who knows the truth.

Adam: How'd you get this number? Who is this?

Marisa: Marco won't be a problem anymore.

Adam: Won't be a problem? What do you mean?

Marisa: I can be your greatest ally or your worst enemy. The choice is up to you.

Adam: Then we need to meet.

Marisa: We will. Eventually.

Adam: Hold on a second. Now, listen, why don't you j-- hello?

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

Nick: I had to walk away from the family business. Now I'm walking away from you.

Kevin: Now is where I connect the dots and get you to admit that what happened to Jack and what happened to our friends is tied together.

Ashley: Jack agreed to a DNA test, and the results should be back any day.

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