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Episode # 10712 ~ Devon & Hilary plan for their future; Avery makes an important decision; Michael tries to make peace with Cane & Lily.
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Abby: I nailed the trucking negotiations, and still no one at work will take me seriously.
Stitch: It sounds like Gabe does, and Chelsea.
Abby: Well, they're the only ones. I have to prove to everyone else that I can do this job. That's why tonight's so important -- finalizing a deal with the warehouse workers. Billy's been trying to close a deal for weeks and has gotten nowhere. Now it's my turn.
Stitch: Well, it looks like you're up.
Abby: Yes. That's got to be them.
Stitch: I can sit in if you want.
Abby: That's very sweet, but you're on call at the hospital tonight. It's your first night back. I can handle this. No, what am I talking about? "Handle this"? This is my moment to shine.
Phyllis: Gabe hid jack's gun in Chelsea's apartment?
Nikki: If he wanted to take over the company, he had to be damn sure that Victor would stay locked behind bars. What better way to do that than to hide the gun in a place where nobody would think of looking?
Ashley: Like Chelsea's apartment?
Nikki: Yeah. I mean, how else is Victor gonna prove that he was acting in self-defense?
Phyllis: Say what you want about Gabe, but he's madly in love with Chelsea. I don't see him dragging her into this mess by concealing evidence at her place.
Nikki: I think if he thought it would help him, he would.
Ashley: I'm not gonna stand around and debate this. I'm gonna go find out for myself.
Phyllis: Find what out for yourself?
Nikki: Where are you going? Ashley! Ashley!
Adam: Chelsea kept my secret.
Sage: Yeah, for now.
Adam: Will you calm down, Sage? All right? Take a few deep breaths. The crisis is over. There's no need to stress out the baby.
Sage: You could have given me a heads up, Adam. I did not appreciate finding out from Marisa, my employee, that I didn't have to leave town after all.
Adam: You were thinking about leaving town, Sage?
Sage: Who the hell is this woman anyway, and why is she suddenly in the middle of our lives, holding both our futures in her hands? How the hell does she know the truth? What, did you take her out, get drunk, get lucky, and just spill the beans?
Adam: Oh, please. Give me a break. I'm in love with Chelsea. You know that. I wouldn't do something like that.
Sage: Oh, well, you did it with me, Adam. Look, I am in love with Nick, and I have a shot at life with him and this baby, and I don't like worrying every second that it's gonna be taken away from me!
Adam: I understand that, but here's the cool thing about it -- you don't have to worry, okay? You don't have to worry, because whatever the case, that baby that you're carrying, Sage, is a Newman.
Michael: How are you feeling? You okay? 'Cause if you're not, we can postpone this. I will call the innocence foundation, and [Snaps fingers] Done.
Avery: No. I can do this. It's good for me.
Michael: That's my gal. That's what I think. All right. It's a simple q&a about the Humboldt case. You know the specifics. We believe the Humboldt brothers are innocent. We're doing this to give them a little attention before their appeal. You have done this hundreds of times.
Avery: Yes. I can do this. It's good for me.
Hilary: Are you sure you're ready to do this -- like, set an actual wedding date?
Devon: Yes. Of course I am. I'm ready do this up right, babe.
Hilary: Okay. Well, I hope that the printer is okay with a teeny, tiny order, because we're not gonna have a lot of invitations. [Chuckles] Oh, shoot.
Hilary: I forgot my phone upstairs.
Devon: It's no problem. Let's go.
Lily: Hey. What happened to your eye?
Joe: Oh, I hit my head on the nightstand. Reached for the phone. It's the darndest thing.
Lily: Don't give me that. Somebody hit you. Who was it?
Joe: Well, there's a long list, actually.
Lily: Was it Cane? Did he hit you?
Joe: Look, I deserve to be punched after sleeping with my friend's wife.
Cane: You deserved a hell of a lot more than that.
Joe: Look, you have every right to be angry, and I am truly sorry.
Cane: I don't want your apology. I want you to hit me. I want you to hit me so I can beat the crap out of you. Hit me.
Lily: Okay, stop it. Cane, stop it!
Cane: Hit me. Hit me. Are you defending him now? Is that what you're doing? Keeping your options open, huh?
Lily: That is not true.
Cane: That is what you're doing.
Joe: Look, we made a mistake. Okay? I made a mistake. Lily and I were very upset, but I shouldn't have allowed it to go that far, and if you want to blame anyone, blame me, not her.
Cane: I don't care what you have to say, all right? And don't talk about my marriage.
Joe: Look, you're right. I have no right to. But coming from a guy who had something so beautiful and ruined everything, I just want to remind you of where you stand -- how lucky you are, what you stand to lose -- because from where I sit, it's a hell of a lot.
Michael: All right. That's it. I'm calling the innocence foundation. You're in no condition to speak to the press.
Avery: What? No! No! It's like you said -- I've done this a hundred times. I could do this in my sleep.
Michael: This is an important case. You need to be at your best.
Avery: Yes, I know. I'm not going into court, Michael. I am simply talking to a reporter. And you know how this goes. They're gonna let me speak for 10 minutes, and they'll pull 15 seconds of what I say.
Michael: You may have done this hundreds of times... but not after what you've been through.
Avery: I need to do this to feel normal again, to get my life back.
Michael: Okay, fine. But I'm staying here in case you need me.
Avery: You're like the big brother I never had -- or wanted. Don't you have a meeting?
Michael: I do. I'm actually late. Okay. I will go. But you have to promise me that you're okay.
Avery: I can't promise you that, but I do know I can handle a simple press conference.
Michael: I know what you're worried about. You're wondering, "how can I advocate for my clients who have been wrongfully accused if I abandoned all my principles to punish Joe?"
Avery: Yep. That's correct.
Michael: Listen to me. After what you suffered, anybody would have done what you did -- anybody. Don't forget that.
Sage: Well, at least you have a reason to feel good about where things stand with Chelsea.
Adam: I do?
Sage: Yeah, you do. Despite your duplicity, she wants you back.
Adam: Well, she only stopped me from confessing that I'm Adam Newman to spare everyone else from the destruction it would cause them. Beyond that, we're done. She made herself very clear.
Sage: Oh, no, no, no. You knew she was gonna be upset about this. She said she's gonna keep quiet, which means she's gonna leave the door open a crack.
Adam: I thought that, too. Do you think so?
Sage: Yeah. But Marisa is a threat. Do you hear me? How the hell did she find out about this?
Adam: I got a phone call. It was a female voice on the other end. She called me "Adam." My heart skipped a beat. The next thing I know, she's showing up at Chelsea's. She's looking for me.
Sage: Well, how in the world could she have found out?
Adam: I have no clue.
Sage: What's your next move, Adam?
Adam: Look, I'm gonna handle the situation, okay? I just need you to keep your distance. And I don't want to hear any more talk about you leaving town, 'cause whatever the case is, that baby that you're carrying is gonna need a father.
Sage: How do you want me to do that? Marisa works at the underground. I am her boss. And she's getting increasingly closer to Noah, which is making me very nervous.
Adam: I will handle the situation, Sage, like I always do, okay? Just worry about your baby.
Chelsea: If you're looking for Gabe, he's not here.
Ashley: Actually, I wanted to speak with you.
Chelsea: About what?
Ashley: I have an early meeting about the subscription box service. You know, I think Victoria told you about that, right?
Chelsea: Yeah, and I told her I wasn't interested.
Ashley: Oh. Well, we've decided we want to explore the possibility of doing a dual subscription. That would mean including, like, a little fashion item with a fragrance in every shipment.
Chelsea: That's the first I've heard of it.
Ashley: What have I been saying? Ever since this merger took place, the right hand does not know what the left hand is doing. Look, I know it's not your problem. I'm just trying really hard to keep things running smoothly while upper management is in chaos. Could you do me a favor? Could you please loan me just a couple sketches from your newest line for the meeting? You know, maybe -- who knows? -- Down the line we could entice you to participate.
Chelsea: I have to check on Connor first.
Ashley: Oh, yeah. Take your time.
Chelsea: What are you doing?
Ashley: Hey. You caught me. I've been looking for something just like this for my place, and I just -- it's perfect. I like it so much.
Chelsea: Oh. Thanks. Sorry for the wait.
Ashley: Oh, no problem. Um, yeah.
Chelsea: Here. I gathered some sketches that should be helpful. And I was thinking, if you want, I could design some exclusive accessories. You can put them in the box, and I'll make sure they're still affordable.
Ashley: Oh, that's so nice of you. Thank you.
Chelsea: You were right, you know -- what you said before, about communication being terrible. We need to all be working as a team right now.
Ashley: Agreed. Well, I'm gonna show myself out. Thank you so much. These are great.
Chelsea: Sure. Night.
Ashley: Hello. Yeah. May I please speak with a detective? I have some information regarding the Abbott case that I think you might find very useful.
Abby: That is ridiculous. Of course you need more money -- and benefits. It's critical for morale. A happy worker is a more productive worker and one that stays on the job longer.
That's not what Billy Abbott's been telling us.
Abby: Well, you may have noticed that Billy's no longer handling this negotiation. I am.
Guy: That's about the hottest female executive I've ever seen.
Stitch: Yeah, sure is.
Guy: Well, this won't be too difficult. Sorry I'm late. Guy burke. I'm the head rep for the warehouse workers. You must be Abby Newman.
Abby: [Chuckles] I am.
Guy: Pleasure to meet you.
Abby: You, too, Mr. Burke.
Guy: Please, call me "Guy."
Abby: I will. We were just discussing terms.
Guy: So, how are things going so far?
She's giving away the store, boss -- big raise, bennies. Total 180 from before.
Guy: [Chuckles] You know, why don't you guys knock off? I'll take it from here. Shrewd move on management's part -- sending someone here with your looks to handle this.
Abby: Well, I could say the same about you, but I'm not going to. We have too much work to do. This labor dispute has been a distraction for far too long. It needs to be settled. I'm here to do that. What about you?
Guy: Okay. Sure. You've got me convinced. Let's talk about making a real deal.
Abby: Great. But first let me order some champagne.
Lily: Can you please try to get past your anger and think?
Cane: Oh, okay. So, you want me to think about all the things that Joe said I was gonna lose? Why didn't you think about that before you slept with him?
Devon: Hey, Cane, can I have second with you, man?
Cane: I don't want to talk to you right now. Thank you.
Hilary: Will you just take a second and talk to us? Like it or not, Devon is your family, and I'm gonna be family again soon, too.
Cane: Oh. Well, that's fantastic, isn't it? Our marriage is falling apart, and yours is coming together. You know what? I hope that every day of your marriage feels exactly like this.
Devon: All right. Come on. Cane, I know you think pushing Lily away is what you want to do, but trust me when I tell you that it's not.
Cane: I want sole custody of the kids.
Lily: Are you out of your mind? There is no way that is happening. What did I ever do to you?
Michael: Excuse me?
Lily: No. First you destroyed my family, and then you want to represent Cane in a custody suit? Really?
Cane: Damn right he is.
Michael: I knew Cane wanted to see me. I didn't know why.
Cane: Because you owe me, because you're the one who trashed my marriage without giving it a second thought. That is why.
Michael: All right. All right. Fine! I am prepared to accept all the blame you care to pitch. But, Cane, for the love of God, don't make this disaster worse than it already is. Don't start bringing in lawyers. Talk to each other. Work things out. You've got two beautiful children. You have to act in their best interest, which means reaching an agreement without an ugly court trial. That benefits no one, and it robs you of any chance of rebuilding your marriage. And, yes, it is obvious that you two still love each other, so fix it!
Lily: I would give anything to do that.
Michael: You didn't ask for my advice, Cane, but I'm gonna give it to you. Stop the divorce talk before you find yourself sitting alone, filled with regret, wondering how the hell you got there. Search your heart. [Sighs] Find a way to forgive your wife before it's too late.
Nikki: You know, Phyllis, I would love nothing more than to believe Victor, but he has told so many lies, I don't know whether I can trust his version of events.
Phyllis: Nikki... look, I can tell you this much. Jack was carrying a gun before the shooting.
Phyllis: Whether he had it on him that night, I have no idea, but he told me more than once that he was worried that Victor might try to shoot him.
Nikki: Are you kidding me?! You decided to withhold this information -- you and all your talk about wanting to get to the bottom of things? My husband is rotting in jail.
Phyllis: Yeah, my husband is in a bed, in a coma.
Nikki: Well, then, this just proves that Victor is telling the truth -- that he was shooting in self-defense.
Phyllis: Not according to jack. Nikki, I told you.
Nikki: Yes, I know. I know about the squeezing and the writing of the number 2 on a piece of paper. Maybe you misread things.
Phyllis: No, I didn't. I asked very simple yes-or-no questions. Jack was very clear that Victor did not shoot him in self-defense.
Nikki: Look, this situation cannot be solved by a yes-or-no question.
Phyllis: Nikki, I asked questions, and he answered.
Nikki: Jack was concerned about himself. It was dark outside. Maybe he misinterpreted things. I don't know. We weren't there. We don't know the answer to this. But I can't believe that you would withhold this information from the police. And I'm gonna go tell them right now that jack had a gun and maybe he had it that night.
Sage: Excuse me. I'm a patient of Dr. Greene's. Can I see her right away, please?
I'll see if she's available.
Sage: Thank you.
Nikki: Hi. I'm sorry.
Sage: Oh, Nikki, hi. How are you?
Nikki: Uh, good. Dr. Greene -- isn't that your, um...
Sage: My -- my obstetrician.
Nikki: Is everything okay?
Sage: Yeah. Yeah. I'm just having heartburn.
Sage: Heartburn. So, I'm a little nervous. I mean, it's my first kid.
Nikki: Oh, well, I know. I understand. Well, whenever you have a situation like that, just trust your maternal instincts. They'll never steer you wrong.
Nikki: See you later.
Sage: See you later.
Guy: You know, if you ever repeat this, Abby, I will deny it, but I kind of enjoy having a woman at the negotiating table.
Abby: Well, I can be just as tough and just as fair as any guy.
Guy: And a lot easier on the eyes.
Abby: You assume I trade on my looks. Well, that is your first mistake. But, hey, that's beside the point. I am so thirsty. I would love some champagne. Wouldn't you?
Guy: I would, yes.
Abby: Wait. But first, uh, we can't pour that until you and I arrive at a deal.
Guy: [Chuckles] Okay. What's your offer?
Abby: I believe that there should be a modest pay increase -- key word is "modest" -- and that all full-time employees are entitled to a basic benefits package.
Guy: Okay. Pay raise -- good. "Modest" -- not so good. And any benefits package must be on par with the suits' in the office.
Abby: [Chuckles] Hey, why don't we just throw in the moon and the stars while we're at it?
Guy: If you insist.
Abby: Listen, Guy... we value all of our employees -- all of them, from the ones who drive forklifts to the ones who sit behind a desk.
Abby: But we have to be realistic.
Guy: Okay, then. I won't ask you to double our pay. How's that?
Guy: You know, a 75% raise would get that champagne flowing really quick.
Abby: Really? Come on. That is not a serious counter. Brass tacks -- the cost of living in this period of low inflation is 1.7%. We are willing to double that. Yeah. So, that is a 3.5% across-the-board raise.
Guy: Okay. All right. 60.
Abby: 60 what?
Guy: 60% raise.
Guy: Okay, wait -- you just went down.
Abby: Oh. Silly me. I must not know what I am doing. [Chuckles] Now, do you want to keep joking around? Because if you do, my offer will continue to drop. You just cost your workers thousands of dollars, guy. Do you really want to play that game? [Chuckles]
Just start with an opening statement. Whenever you're ready.
Avery: My name is Avery Bailey Clark. I'm an attorney in Genoa City. I occasionally do pro bono work for the Innocence Foundation, and we would like to shed some light on a case in Indiana about two brothers. These brothers have been arrested and convicted of second-degree... sorry.
Ms. Clark, is everything all right?
Avery: Yes. Yes. This is a worthwhile case. I just... I've been fighting for cases like this my whole career, and I have relied on -- on the law to ensure that everybody has a fair trial and... presumption of innocence. But apparently I only believe in the justice system when it doesn't apply to me. I took the law into my own hands recently. I held a man at gunpoint with the intention of shooting him. I wanted to kill him. I did. So I can't pursue this case. I'll be taking an indefinite leave of absence from the innocence foundation and suspending my law practice.
Why did you want to hurt this man?
Avery: I was raped. I think... [Voice breaking] Maybe we're not supposed to say that in public, are we? There's a stigma still to it, isn't there? This -- this paralyzing shame that the victim feels after the crime. The victim -- why? And that shame -- that shame is why rape is so grossly underreported. And I didn't want that to happen to me. I didn't want to be a victim in this because... I'm Avery Bailey Clark. [Crying] And I take control.
If you need a break, it's fine.
Avery: No. [Sniffles] I thought that my attacker was somebody that I knew -- my ex-husband. And it was easy -- he was an easy target for my rage and my frustration. He's a loathsome man. He's despicable, actually. But he didn't rape me. And if I had just let the justice system run its course, I would have known that. I'm ashamed of my actions. And this is something that I will regret for the rest of my life.
Phyllis: Ashley found your gun in Chelsea's apartment, or at least a gun. The police are on it. I don't know if that's a good thing or not. Is this what you meant with the two guns? Is this what you were trying to communicate to me? Come on, baby. I need to know if I did the right thing by admitting to Nikki that you own a gun. Please, jack.
Ashley: Paging Dr. Rayburn. Hi. How does it feel to be back?
Ashley: So, what did you and Abby end up doing to celebrate? I'm assuming you got called back here to report to the hospital, right?
Stitch: Actually, Abby's the one who got involved with work. By the time I was paged, she was totally immersed.
Ashley: Oh, no. Well, that must be her rotten upbringing. Sorry about that.
Paul: I have a warrant to search your residence, your vehicle, your workplace, as well as your on-site or off-site storage units.
Adam: What's going on here?
Adam: Let me see that. Okay. What are you looking for?
Paul: Well, we got an anonymous tip.
Adam: What kind of tip?
Paul: That the gun jack was supposedly carrying the night he was shot is hidden here.
Adam: You got an anonymous tip that a nonexistent gun is allegedly being -- being hidden here by whom?
Paul: Well, that remains to be seen.
Adam: Smart money's on me, though, I bet, right? You see what this is, right? This is -- this is someone trying to discredit me as an eyewitness, somebody who would benefit -- you see, somebody who wants me in a jail cell and not running Newman-Abbott. Now, who do you suppose -- suppose that might be?
Paul: You know, Mr. Bingham, if this is all just talk, you've got nothing to worry about.
Adam: I stand by my story. The only gun I saw in the park that night was Victor's.
Chelsea: Yeah. I would never have a gun here. I have a small toddler that lives here with me. I would never have a gun, not to mention Gabe certainly would have let me know if you brought a firearm into the house of a small child.
Adam: I would never do that under any circumstance. I can tell you that.
Hilary: So sad.
Devon: Cane and Lily?
Hilary: Yeah. From the outside, they're just the perfect couple -- perfect marriage, perfect family, perfect life. It makes me think if Cane and Lily can't hold it together... just promise me that we won't end up like that.
Devon: Baby, I think we've already been through our hard times.
Michael: Please think about what I've said. I sincerely hope you two don't need a lawyer.
Lily: Cane, I have tried to explain what happened that night with Joe, but you won't listen to me. But if we're gonna get past this, you have to talk to me.
Cane: We can't get past this. All the secrets and lies have broken us. You know, I used to think that of all people, that you and I could get past anything because we could just be open and honest with each other.
Lily: That's what I have been trying to do, but you won't listen to me.
Cane: Since you confessed that to me, all I do is think about our marriage. I think about what it used to be and I think about what it is now. But all you're doing is thinking about how you get a free pass to go and sleep with someone else.
Lily: That is not true.
Cane: No, you made a very conscious choice to do what you did. And I've always thought it was Joe that was coming on to you, and I would stand there and I would defend your honor, but now I'm starting to think that maybe it was you who was coming on to Joe.
Lily: No. What?!
Cane: How many other guys have you been with?
Joe: That's a pretty gutsy thing you did there.
Avery: I don't feel gutsy... or relieved or anything good. I feel ashamed.
Joe: Why did you do it -- talk to the reporter? I didn't press charges. No one would have ever have known.
Avery: I couldn't keep quiet. I couldn't keep practicing law. I couldn't keep representing a noble cause like the innocence foundation -- not after what I did to you.
Joe: Baby --
Avery: I committed a crime, Joe. And if I have any respect for the law, if I have any respect for myself... I had to come clean.
Joe: So, what's next?
Abby: You can make this about your ego, or you can do what's best for the people you represent.
Guy: My ego? Lady, please.
Abby: Ooh! Do not "lady" me, or I will drop 1/4 point off our offer just for that.
Guy: You wouldn't do that. Our guys work way too hard.
Abby: I know they do. But, look -- wages have been stagnant for years... in every industry. The fact that we're even willing to entertain a pay increase --
Guy: Don't do us a favor.
Abby: But I want to. I want to help your guys. I want them to succeed. Can we please just make a deal?
Guy: [Sighs] You still thirsty?
Abby: Parched. If you and I get somewhere tonight, we all benefit. And...we can drink that champagne.
Guy: Is your original offer still on the table?
Abby: 3.5%. Deal?
Guy: Okay. We got a deal.
Abby: Now let's pour that champagne.
Ashley: Well, here's to new beginnings.
Stitch: To new beginnings -- I like that.
Ashley: So, what's going on? Any change?
Phyllis: No. It's just so frustrating. First he could communicate. Now he can't. I just -- I'm beginning to wonder if I imagined the whole thing.
Stitch: Uh, I doubt that, Phyllis.
Stitch: Yeah. Look, I've been looking into jack's case, and after talking with a neurologist, I think it's quite plausible jack found a way to make his thoughts known to you.
Phyllis: Have you ever had a case like this?
Stitch: When I was in the service, I-I saw a lot of guys with serious head trauma, mostly from IEDs. They'd be in a coma for days, even weeks. And one day, they'd wake up -- tell me everything they heard while they were under. They remembered it all, even when they were frozen or unable to communicate.
Ashley: You know, I've heard about that. What's that called again?
Stitch: Locked-in syndrome. That's layman's terms. Jack could be in the same situation.
Phyllis: Yeah. I have had my own experience with severe trauma, and I took in all sorts of information when I was gone for a year.
Stitch: So, the hand signals you experienced -- if jack can find a way to do that again, it'd be a positive indicator of recovery.
Chelsea: A gun? In my home? I swear, that's -- that's not mine. I don't know how that got here.
Adam: I've never seen that thing before in my life. Are -- are you taking this seriously? An anonymous tipper calls you up and says that there's a gun hidden in this apartment, and then he finds said gun in this apartment? It's the proof that Victor would need to get out of the hot spot that he's in and crucify me. You don't think that's just a little bit convenient?
Paul: All right. I'll tell you what -- we're going to make a list of everyone that has had access to this apartment. Meanwhile, we'll turn the gun over to forensics. But if they find any connection with that gun to jack, then you, sir, have some explaining to do.
Chelsea: [Sighs] Did you put that gun in this house? Did you put my son in danger like that?
Adam: No! He's our son, and of course not. I would never do something like that.
Chelsea: I want you to tell me the truth!
Avery: I don't know what's next. But at least I have a clean conscience. Can you say the same?
Joe: Well, I get punched, slapped, or tied up at least once a week in this town, so I must be doing something right.
Avery: I think I need to start over... someplace far away from here. If I were you, I would do the same.
Joe: Leave Genoa city?
Avery: Well, I can't imagine what's left for you here.
Lily: Fine. This is how you want it? Well, I can be just as mean and nasty as you are. And there is no way I am letting you take my kids.
Cane: Watch me.
Hilary: Wow. Who sent you all of these?
Devon: That wedding planner I told you about -- the one that the Forresters use. These are some local venues where we could have the ceremony and reception.
Hilary: Wow. They're all so beautiful.
Devon: [Chuckles] You know, we could also have a destination wedding if you want -- go to Paris, Tahiti, Rio, Antarctica.
Hilary: Antarctica? Oh.
Devon: That's just my way of saying that there are no limits. I'm not just talking about the wedding.
Hilary: We're really doing this.
Devon: We really are.
Dr. Greene's in delivery. It's bound to be a while. Is there any way I can help?
Sage: Uh, there are some complications.
Oh. Are you feeling all right? What are your symptoms?
Sage: No, I'm -- I'm fine. I'm... I need a paternity test.
Abby: Whoa. [Laughs] We finished all that bubbly.
Abby: Negotiating is hard work.
Guy: It sure beats moving boxes at the warehouse.
Abby: Look at us. I mean, how many weeks have you gone 'round and 'round with management? And you and I -- we just sit down and, boom, problem solved!
Abby: Just like that.
Abby: I cannot wait to show everyone at work this deal that we hammered out.
Guy: Yeah. We definitely broke some new ground today.
Abby: We sure did.
Guy: Say, you don't need a ride home, do you?
Abby: I would love one. Let's go.
Guy: Let's do it.
Guy: Right this way.
Adam: Chelsea, are you serious right now? Connor's my son, too. I would never do anything that reckless. This is -- this is classic Victor. He hired one of his minions to come in here, broke in here, planted the gun to make me look like a liar. This is his way of trying to get back at me for selling him out. That's what this is.
Chelsea: And selling Victor out is something Adam Newman would do.
Michael: I just got word somebody called with a tip about Victor's case.
Paul: Well, we found a gun.
Michael: Belonging to jack?
Paul: We don't know. It's with forensics now. We're running prints and, you know, the usual tests.
Nikki: Jack bought the gun before the shooting. He was carrying it around with him. Phyllis admitted this to me.
[Knock on door]
Paul: Come in.
I had the lab put a rush on the prints.
Paul: Thanks. The prints on the gun belong to jack.
Nikki: Oh, my God. Victor was telling the truth.
Paul: It would appear so.
Michael: Looks like my client gets bail after all.
Phyllis: They found a gun in Chelsea's apartment. Gabe's denying that he stashed it there, but it's just proof to me that he took the gun jack was carrying, leaving Victor to twist in the wind. Okay, baby. I need you to focus. Squeeze my hand if you can hear me. You were in the park that night with a gun -- two guns. That's what the "2" means that you wrote, right? Wait a minute. That's two squeezes.
Stitch: For "no."
Ashley: You mean...
Phyllis: Jack didn't have a gun that night. Victor shot an unarmed man.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Paul: I'd like to ask you a few more questions about the weapon we recovered.
Billy: There's a coup about to go down at Newman-Abbott, and I was wondering if you would help us kick that Gabe Bingham to the curb.
Avery: Phyllis, I'm not gonna be here. I'm leaving Genoa City.
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