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Episode # 10748 ~ Ian & Adam plot revenge against Victor; a marital crisis emerges; Jill institutes some surprising changes.
Provided By Suzanne
Colin: Okay, so what happened there?
Jill: I don't know. [Chuckles] Maybe it's Katherine flashing the lights to let us know the party's over and it's time to go home already.
Esther: Mrs. C wants us to know that she sees everything. Some people could use a reminder.
Jill: We've had enough drama for tonight, okay? Listen, I was thinking -- since it would be a little disrespectful for us to booze it up here at Katherine's memorial, why don't we just go home and do it?
Esther: You two go ahead and enjoy yourselves. I want to stay here and be closer to Mrs. C a little while longer, in peace.
Colin: [Clears throat] Um, uh, Esther, uh, Katherine wouldn't want you, uh, messing up your handkerchief, you know?
Esther: Don't you dare!
Colin: That went well.
Chelsea: What happened to the power? From the window, it looked like the lights were out all over the city.
Billy: Yeah, I don't know. I pulled up. The street lights were on. And then, poof, all gone. And then I get this weird flashing tech message on my phone.
Chelsea: Oh. [Chuckles] Oh, thank god.
Billy: Just like magic. Can I take credit for the lights coming back on? You know what? I think I'm going to, 'cause that's the kind of power I wield. You...don't seem impressed at all.
Chelsea: It's just strange, you know? There was thunder before, but there hasn't been rain or -- or any winds, nothing.
Billy: You know, I'm sure it's fine. Somebody probably just nodded off at the power company.
Chelsea: Yeah. I guess it's just a little nerve-wracking, you know? You realize how much you take for granted, how -- how quickly it can be taken away.
Adam: So, how in the hell is this blackout supposed to cover our tracks if the power is back on already? This virus is taking forever to download.
Ian: Is this how you handle tension? Because it's not healthy. I can hear it in your voice. I'm concerned.
Adam: Spare me the guru act, okay? Let's not forget I'm the only one sitting here at this desk, all right? So, if I get caught, I go down, not us, not a group of people -- me. Me alone, so you can just...take your concern and shove it.
All right. The virus is loaded, so log out and make sure you erase any record of being on that computer.
Adam: Yeah, I know the drill.
Sage: Right before I felt my first pain, I had a nightmare that we lost our baby.
Nick: Well, that makes sense. You're worried about miscarrying.
Sage: That's the thing. It wasn't a miscarriage. I dreamed that your father -- Victor took our baby.
Nick: I'm so sorry. That's my fault.
Nick: I spent a lot of time telling you how controlling my father is. I just -- I got to let that go. I can't keep dumping that on you, because then it sneaks into your dreams. But that's all it was. It was a dream. No one is taking our baby away from us -- not my father, not anyone.
Victor: I'm glad you're here. I hope I didn't scare you too much with the message.
Nikki: Well, Sage is pregnant and now she's in the hospital, so of course I'm concerned. Is there any news?
Victor: Well, if damn doctor isn't here any minute, I'm gonna find her myself and drag her in here.
Abby: Dad, Nikki.
Victor: Hi, sweetheart.
Abby: Why are you here? Did someone get hurt in the blackout?
Victor: No. Are you hurt? Why are you here?
Abby: I'm feeding stitch. Otherwise, he eats vending-machine food, which is like chewing on cardboard. But wait. If -- if everyone's okay, then why are you two here?
Nikki: There are some concerns about Sage and Nicholas' baby.
Sage: Faith was so excited when she felt the baby move. What if -- what if I was wrong?
Nick: Well, then we'll deal with it.
Sage: Maybe the lights going out was a sign that I was right. A baby was too much to hope for.
Nick: No, no. Hey. The lights came back on, right? That's the real sign. Look, we are here. And we're together, and it's gonna be okay. Okay?
Stitch: This is Mr. and Mrs. Newman, the patient's in-laws.
Dr. Greene: Nice to meet you.
Victor: We understand that the lady inside is in distress. Where have you been?
Dr. Greene: I had a delivery to handle just as the lights went out.
Victor: And are those test results for Sage? What do they say?
Dr. Greene: I'll leave dr. Rayburn to explain our hipaa laws to you, and I'll go meet with my patient.
Victor: How about teaching her some bedside manners?
Stitch: Don't worry, Mr. Newman. Sage and the baby couldn't be in better hands.
Dr. Greene: Sorry for the delay, but I do have your test results.
Sage: I can't listen to this.
Dr. Greene: You need to hear this. The baby is developing normally. Vital signs are excellent. Everything is working the way it should.
Nick: What about the dizziness and the pains?
Dr. Greene: Pregnancy is different for every woman -- the way the body handles physical and hormonal changes. So, Sage, I'm keeping you overnight for observation. And when we release you, I'm putting you on bed rest.
Sage: Oh, no. I have a job. I-I can't --
Nick: Aww, well, you're fired.
Sage: [Chuckles] Are you sure that's what's best for the baby?
Dr. Greene: It is -- for you and the baby. If you have a moment, we can go over some of my recommendations for the patient here.
Nick: Uh, yeah. Let's do it.
Dr. Greene: Now, relax. It's time to take it easy.
Sage: Bed rest?
Nick: Hey. It's all right. It's all good. I told you -- everything's gonna be just fine.
Chelsea: Like this poor kid hasn't had enough disruption lately. I mean, we go to Paris. We come back. Now we're living in a hotel suite. The lights are turning on and off. [Chuckles]
Billy: Oh, wait a minute. What -- what is this? You know, I think an elf parked this car in my pocket for Johnny, and I think that the "j" man would be happy for you to take it for a spin.
Chelsea: What do we say? That's awesome. Huh? We're gonna have to thank Johnny for that.
Chelsea: And now do you want to thank -- um... [Chuckles] Suddenly, I don't -- I don't know what Connor should call you. I'm sorry.
Billy: Yeah, I guess "daddy's" probably out, huh? How about...awesome?
Billy: You can call me awesome. Or...whatever you want to call me, as long as we're buddies, right? And that goes for you, too. So, what are you even doing here, anyway? Aren't you supposed to be across the pond by now? I thought the plan was to...run like the wind from lurch and his outstretched arms.
Chelsea: We were too late. When the jabot legal team said that I didn't have to hand my fashion line over to Newman enterprises, Victor went and sued for visitation rights to Connor.
Billy: Have I mentioned how much I like him? Geez, Chelsea. Screw his demands. Just take Connor and get as far away from Victor as possible.
Ian: It's remarkable, really, how life ebbs and flows and then just turns on a dime. Not long ago, I was all alone, caged like some dangerous animal. Then along came Gabriel Bingham. And we are a perfect match, Gabe and me. We both detest Victor Newman. Provincial, close-minded, cowardly, resentful of my... connection with the lovely Nicole. Sweet, sweet Nikki. Hey. You've done your job well, young man. Our revenge is definitely being served cold. Here's your just dessert, Victor. Choke on it!
Victoria: Security, this is Victoria Newman. I'm in my father's office. I saw a light on from the park, and I wanted to check. Yes, I know there was a power outage. That's why I just climbed a million stairs. So, why was my father's office the only part of the building with power? Well, then please send someone up here to check it out.
Jill: There she is. Go.
Esther: Oh, no. I only came here because I thought you two went home.
Jill: Listen, I don't know why you're being so prickly, but you are mourning, Esther, and we're mourning. So, why don't we mourn together, huh?
Esther: That blackout was a symbol. The world is a much darker place without Mrs. C in it. It's not witty or clever or gritty or brave or -- or even loving or warm as it used to be.
Colin: Nicely put.
Colin: Uh...look, I'm sorry. I-I didn't mean to upset you earlier. I'm -- I, uh -- let me get a refill for you.
Jill: Mm-hmm. See? Do you see how nice he's being?
Esther: Yeah. Or he could poison my coffee.
Jill: All right. That's it. That's it. You have been so weird around Colin ever since I got back from Hong Kong. What happened when I was gone? Did he insult your kale smoothies or something?
Esther: He made inappropriate advances on me, Jill.
Jill: [Chuckles] He hit on you?
Esther: Yes. Me.
Jill: No, Colin would never do that.
Colin: Colin wouldn't do what?
Jill: [Chuckles] Aww.
Nikki: How is Sage doing?
Nick: Uh, both Sage and the baby are doing fine. The doctor wants to keep her here. She's recommending bed rest. It's just a precaution.
Stitch: How about you, me, and Abby get a coffee before dr. Greene comes back to talk?
Nick: Yeah. Let's do that.
Abby: Can we get you guys anything?
Victor: No, thank you, sweetheart.
Nikki: Oh, we'll just wait here for you, sweetie.
Sage: I can feel you moving. Keep swimming, baby. I'm gonna rest up and get strong, and you'll be happy and healthy, okay? I'm never gonna let anyone come between us.
Victoria: So, my father wasn't in here?
Not this evening.
Victoria: Well, someone was in this office. I saw the light from the park.
Must have been a backup power source since he's the boss.
Victoria: Once I climbed up all the stairs, I heard something in this office. There doesn't seem to be anything missing, so maybe we should take a look at the surveillance video.
Victoria: There was a power outage. There wouldn't be any surveillance video.
I'll get my team to look around.
Victoria: No. Never mind. Whoever it was is probably gone anyway. The cameras are back up and running?
Victoria: Okay, good. Well, just keep an eye on those. Thank you.
Chelsea: Trust me. I had no intention of staying in town once jabot's legal team said I could leave. My bags were already packed.
Billy: Yeah. I'm sure you had Connor under your arm like a football, ready to make a dash for the airport.
Chelsea: Exactly. But I wasn't gonna take him back to Paris. I can't. I mean, Victor -- he'd have his guys waiting for me the second I got off the airplane. [Sighs] No, I guess my plan was just to...run. [Chuckles]
Billy: So, why didn't you? And don't say it was because of --
Billy: Ugh, I told you not to say it.
Chelsea: [Chuckles] He made a good point. I can't spend the rest of my life looking over my shoulder. I mean, what? Am I gonna change my name? Change Connor's name? And Gabe did make a good point. The truth is Victor would end up finding us anyway.
Billy: Golly, he's a smart one, that Bingham. Well, lucky for him, he gets to stay in town and finish what he started with Victor.
Chelsea: No. Gabe says he really plans to just let all that go.
Billy: Mm-hmm. [Chuckles]
Chelsea: He is.
Billy: That's, uh -- that's funny. I've seen the way that he looks at Victor. He's not letting anything go. Look, I know that you say that you think you're happy. And --
Chelsea: I am happy. With Gabe. Can't you just be happy for me?
Chelsea: Be happy for Connor. This kid has not had a lot of consistency in his life, huh? [Smooches] That changes now.
Billy: Let me just say this -- if you stay in Genoa City, the only consistency that Connor's going to have is Victor hovering and Gabe sneering. Look, but if you leave town, he's going to have everything that he's ever had, and that's you. What more does the kid need?
Billy: He did not just say that.
Chelsea: You know, I-I tell Connor stories about his dad. I try to use Adam's name a lot. I want to make sure he knows that his father will always love him and, um, yeah. I'm not gonna let my son grow up and not know anything about his dad, so...
Billy: I guess the only silver lining in all of this is it must drive Gabe nuts listening to Connor talk about his father.
Adam: No. No, actually, I'm, uh -- I'm not you, Billy. I'm evolved enough to appreciate Connor's parentage.
Adam: You were always trying to deny who he really was. I-I'm just curious to know how you would have reacted when he grew up to look and act just like his father.
Billy: You see, no, no. Connor's an innocent. And he's -- he's happy and he's funny and he's cute and he's nothing like Adam, not by a long shot.
Chelsea: Okay, um, are we really gonna do this in front of Connor?
Adam: Well, sweetheart, I hate to break it to you, but we have to do this right now in front of Connor, because the only thing that matters to you, Billy, is that chip that resides on your shoulder. Now, you might have spent a little time with him, but that doesn't mean you're his father. He had a father. He had a father that loved him very much. I'm gonna make sure that he knows that. Right, buddy?
Billy: You know, I don't get you, Gabe. What -- what is this cosmic connection that you have to Adam Newman, the biggest waste of space to ever make his way through Genoa city? Or maybe that's it. Maybe that's the connection. You're two of a kind.
Chelsea: Okay. You know what? Let's go play with some cars, huh? 'Cause I'm sure you don't want to hear this, do you, Connor? Come on. Let's go play.
Adam: Billy, from what I understand, Adam left a taped confession, and, from what I gather, it seems like he -- he wishes he would have come forward sooner than he did.
Billy: But he didn't, did he? No. There's only one decent thing that Adam ever did, and that's that he died. That way, I don't ever have to see his face again. But the trouble is I don't ever get to see Delia's face again. But you wouldn't understand that 'cause you're not a father. And latching on to somebody else's kid isn't gonna make you one.
Nikki: Sage, we are so relieved. Nicholas told us that you and the baby are fine.
Sage: Yes. Thank goodness. The doctor put me on bed rest.
Nikki: Oh, well, I know that sounds daunting, but it'll be worth it.
Victor: That's a very small price to pay for another Newman.
Nikki: Now, don't worry about anything. We will take care of whatever you and the baby need.
Victor: Everything, all right?
Nikki: Oh, my god. Are you all right?
Victor: Should I get a doctor?
Sage: No, no. God, the baby just kicked me really hard.
Nikki: Oh, well, that's wonderful. [Chuckles]
Victoria: Oh, hey. Hi. My phone glitched during the blackout. I didn't get your message. How are Sage and the baby?
Nick: Uh, Sage and the baby are both fine. Just a scare.
Victoria: Oh, mom and dad are here. That's good.
Sage: We've just had a very exciting day. I-I just think we both need a little rest.
Nikki: Oh, yes. Of course you do. We'll get out of your hair. And you let us know if you need anything.
Victor: All right? We mean that.
Colin: I hit on you? In your dreams.
Esther: [Chuckles] I don't even want to know what's in your dreams, buster.
Jill: Oh, back up here. You really are trying to tell me that you think Colin hit on you?
Esther: He is brazen and insulting and relentless.
Jill: And that's how badly my husband wanted you?
Colin: All right, look, I may have a playful manner of speech.
Esther: Oh, you are a disgusting leech.
Jill: Hey. You really want to stick with this story?
Esther: Okay. Fine. You want the gory details? It all started about a week after you went to Hong Kong.
Colin: Oh, Esther. Watching you gives me a real appetite, baby. You know, you're all that a bag of chips. Come here. Give me a tickle.
Jill: "Give me a tickle?" That's a new one.
Colin: That's -- that's rubbish.
Esther: That's the truth.
Colin: You want to hear the truth? Here it comes.
Colin: Oh, hello, my dear. Look, uh, I've got a bit of an appetite. Maybe a sandwich, a bag of chips on the side, and, um, give me a pickle with that, will you?
Esther: You're a louse and a liar!
Colin: Well, yeah. But not this time.
Colin: You know my type.
Jill: Oh, darling. I know your type. Me.
Colin: Good answer.
Colin: So, who are you gonna believe, loving hubby...
Colin: ...Or partial-wit here? Well?
Jill: I'm thinking. I'm thinking.
Jill: I don't doubt for a moment that this man said something stupid and/or offensive, okay?
Esther: So there.
Jill: But I do not think that he made a proposal that was illicit. Okay, it was just a misunderstanding.
Esther: You don't think I would know when a man is having gutter thoughts about me? You bet your bippy I do. Like last week when I was straightening the sofa.
Colin: Uh. [Chuckles] I've always said there's nothing quite like a good pillow fluffing. How about me next?
Colin: Well, that's not the story. She left out the best part.
Jill: Oh, share it with the class, darling.
Colin: Ah. Hey, me next. It's called chopping. It's a -- it's a thing. It gives the pillow, well, a bit of texture. What do you think?
Esther: Chopping? That's your cover story?
Colin: You'd been away so long I was reduced to watching home shows.
Jill: [Laughs] You're right. I was gone way too long. You two were bound to drive each other insane.
Colin: Yeah, this one's made half the journey already.
Esther: I can't believe you're gonna believe his bull... patties.
Jill: Well, listen. Let's just be straight here. The last time a man came on to you, it was roger Wilkes, and your desperation nearly got you killed.
Esther: You had Colin deported and then you took him back. Talk about desperate.
Jill: Esther, you're very lonely. You miss Katherine. You are imagining things, like my husband having designs on your derriere.
Esther: Which he pats every time he passes by, pretending it's an accident. Baloney.
Jill: This is so stupid. The bottom line here is that no matter how lonely he was, you're the last person on earth he would ever make a play for.
Esther: Maybe your charms aren't the same anymore, Jill.
Jill: Watch it.
Esther: I will not stay one more day in that house with that animal.
Colin: Esther, look. I promise you -- your virtue around me is 100% safe.
Jill: Why are you coddling this fool? [Scoffs] She's not going anywhere.
Esther: I have a right to work and live in peace and safety.
Jill: When was the last time you worked, darling? You just wait every month for Katherine's money, and you do squat.
Esther: [Voice breaking] I'm excellent at my job. I will not be subjected to this oppression! Either Colin goes or I do.
Jill: Oh. Well, let me just think about this. Bye-bye. Don't let the door hit you in the ass.
Esther: Mrs. C would be so ashamed of you.
Chelsea: I'm so glad that you're both so worried about Connor, who is right here and can hear you.
Adam: [Clears throat]
Chelsea: Adam is his father, and Connor will always know that. So, can you both just stop it, please?
Chelsea: Thank you.
Billy: Yes. I'm sorry. Look, I -- Chelsea, he's a really good kid, and you're a great mom. I just hope that you believe that you are all that Connor needs.
Adam: That's really -- that's really, really good. Can we leave?
Chelsea: Yes, please. Can we give Billy back his car?
Billy: No, hey, keep -- keep it. Keep it. I'll get Johnny another one.
Chelsea: Thank you. Okay. Come on. Okey-dokey. All right. I gotcha.
Billy: And, uh, Gabe...
Adam: Can't wait for this. [Chuckles]
Billy: Chelsea is Connor's mom, and he's always going to love her. But who the hell are you?
Chelsea: Don't listen to him.
Adam: Listen to him? I'll tell you what. I think he might be right.
Victor: We'll have your belongings moved to the main house, and you and Sage can move in. And then we'll hire nurses -- around-the-clock care.
Nick: The doctor said the bed rest is just a precaution. And we don't need nurses. We are gonna go home.
Victoria: Well, bed rest can be exhausting, nick. For both of you. I mean, you have no idea how much effort it will take to just do nothing. I think you'd be better off at the main house. You should take dad up on his offer.
Nick: I do appreciate it, dad, but...we're gonna go home. We'll be just fine.
Victor: If you change your mind, the house is open to both you and Sage, all right?
Nick: Thank you.
Nikki: We'll let you have your space, but let us know if you change your mind.
Nick: Thanks for coming. It means a lot. [Smooches]
Victor: Keep us posted.
Victoria: I'll walk you to the elevator, dad.
Victor: Thank you.
Dr. Greene: Nick, let's go over those details now.
Stitch: You want some privacy or a backup set of ears? It's up to you.
Nick: No, I think, uh, you should stay. Doctor's just gonna tell me about that bed rest, right? Unless -- is there something that you didn't want to say in front of Sage? Is there some reason I should be concerned about the baby?
Dr. Greene: I suspect that the dizziness and pain she experienced was a psychological response to the emotional and physical stress of the pregnancy. She's frightened and nervous about the whole process, correct?
Nick: She has a lot of superstitions. She worries all the time.
Dr. Greene: Which is why I'd like to refer her to a therapist.
Nick: Do you think she has psychological problems?
Dr. Greene: Not at all. Sage is a first-time mom. She just needs someone to talk to. The lower the stress level, the easier the pregnancy will be.
Nick: I'm doing everything I can to keep her calm.
Dr. Greene: But as her husband, you're too close for the situation. Here's the number of the doctor. She specializes in birthing issues. Encourage Sage to make an appointment and talk through some of her concerns. I'll see you both at her next exam.
Nick: Thank you. What is she saying? If Sage worries too much, she could lose the baby?
Stitch: Maybe Sage's symptoms are psychosomatic. Maybe there's a medical reason for what she's experiencing. Can't hurt to double-check.
Nick: Thanks. I better get back to my wife.
Sage: Hey. Can we go home now?
Nick: No. You heard the doctor. Overnight for observation.
Sage: What else did she say to you?
Sage: You're covering. What did she say behind my back?
Victoria: Hi. How quickly can I get one of those?
Billy: Pretty quick. So, did you enjoy the blackout?
Victoria: Yeah. It's always a real treat having the world suddenly go dark around you.
Billy: Everything okay?
Victoria: Yeah, Sage had a little scare with the baby.
Billy: You're kidding me. Is she all right?
Billy: Good. I swear, if anything happened to that baby... practically the first thing I learned about her when we met was how badly she wanted to have kids but she couldn't. It's, um -- it's kind of how we bonded.
Victoria: Yeah. I know. Because you understood. It was similar to what you and I went through.
Billy: Yeah. But the magic happened for us. We got Katie, the wonder kid.
Victoria: Yes, we did. Well, fingers crossed that Sage stays as lucky as I was. You don't want to think about the bad stuff. It's like inviting terrible things to happen.
Billy: She still in the hospital now?
Victoria: Yeah, overnight, for observation. Saw Ben and Abby there.
Victoria: And mom and dad were there, too, of course.
Billy: Of course.
Victoria: Oh, come on, Billy. You know, as controlling as you think my father is, he really does love his grandchildren.
Billy: Well, fortify yourself some more, because I'm not going to say anything bad about your dad tonight.
Chelsea: So, can you explain to me why Billy is right? I'm trying to understand what you meant by that.
Adam: What I meant by that? Look at me. I'm Gabriel Bingham, your boyfriend. [Chuckles] I'm your boyfriend. What, we hold hands? You know? We, what -- we make out in the back seat? That kind of thing? Lord...
Chelsea: Sounds like fun.
Adam: Well, I'm not your husband. And I'm certainly not Connor's father. I'm a guy you spend time with. I've got no credibility, no real connection...
Chelsea: That is not true. Everyone knows we would be in Paris together right now. I would be starting a whole new life with you if it weren't for Victor.
Adam: Mm-hmm. But we're not in Paris, are we. And we can't go to Paris.
Chelsea: No, we can't, because we got arrested and if you got fingerprinted...
Adam: I know. Prison cell somewhere. But you know what? At least I'd be Adam Newman again. I'd be me. Be your husband, Connor's father.
Chelsea: There is no upside to you being Adam Newman right now. You would go to prison, and I need you here, with me and our son, as a family.
Adam: It's not enough. For me, Chelsea, inside these walls, between you and me... I can't just be some guy you hang out with, okay? I want to be your husband.
Chelsea: Is that a proposal?
Jill: Just call an agency tomorrow and hire a new housekeeper. That's all. What a relief that will be to have a professional around the house for once.
Colin: Methinks you protesteth too much.
Jill: Not at all. That...thing has been useless for decades.
Colin: Oh, come on. Admit it -- you didn't think she'd quit, much less move out. I mean, who you gonna fight with now?
Jill: You, my love. Always you.
Esther: You were the best friend I ever had. I stayed here just to be close to you, but now it's time for me to leave. Go out on my own, leave this house, this job... that monthly check. But don't worry. I saved for a rainy day. Can't have rainbows without the rain, right? Wish me luck, Mrs. C. I am gonna make you so proud of me. You'll see. I love you, Mrs. C.
Nikki: You know, this evening was all about reminders -- Katherine, our family, how grateful we should all be for every moment we're on this earth. And it reminded me how much you love your family.
Victor: More than anything. Because I didn't have one when I grew up.
Nikki: I know. Sometimes you can be so tender, so sweet... just the way you looked at Sage, the way you offered help to Nicholas...
Victor: [Breathes deeply] It's up to you and me to keep this whole family together, you know?
Nikki: And you know that that thing with Neil is ridiculous. It was never anything romantic.
Nikki: God help me. You will be the only man for me, always.
Victor: I love you.
Victoria: If you're saying you're gonna ease up on my father, then I've definitely had too much to drink.
Billy: No, no, I'm not saying that. The guy's -- the guy's a menace. He's controlling, rude, heartless...
Victoria: Yeah, you really do sound like you're gonna stop talking about my father.
Billy: No, I -- I am. For now. This thing with Chelsea -- you know, it may drive me crazy, but it's none of my business. It really isn't. And me ranting about how this all affects her -- you know, it just keeps a wall up between us, and I don't want that.
Victoria: You don't?
Billy: No. I don't. Because if there's a wall between us... I can't do this.
Victoria: You know, you never answered my question before... about if you and I were... um, back together. Is that because you didn't know or didn't want to hurt my feelings?
Nick: The doctor thinks your symptoms are due to stress, so she suggested a therapist for you to talk to.
Sage: Why? Does she think it's in my head? Because I didn't just make it up.
Nick: No one is saying that.
Sage: She just said that.
Nick: She says stress can trigger physical reactions -- real physical reactions. And she wants to treat the stress with bed rest and a therapist for you to talk to.
Sage: What if it's not just stress?
Nick: That's also a possibility. But stitch is gonna look into it. Trust me -- you are in very good hands, and we are gonna do everything possible to keep you and this baby safe. I promise you. Do you believe me?
Nick: So you're gonna stay here tonight, okay? Get some sleep. And when you wake up in the morning, I'm gonna take you home, and I'm gonna wait on you hand and foot just like the way you always want me to.
Sage: I love you.
Nick: I love you, too. Now close 'em.
Adam: Sadly, as a man who's legally dead, I'm not sure a proposal would mean much at this point.
Chelsea: Oh, forget rings and ceremonies. All that matters to me is that when we're here, inside these walls, you're my husband, and I'm your wife, body and soul. Who cares what anybody else thinks?
Chelsea: But when you're out there...
Adam: Gabriel Bingham. Gabriel Bingham, through and through. Keep up that charade. I understand that's the way it's got to be. Got it.
Chelsea: Coming, baby! Oh, and one more thing.
Chelsea: Hotel rooms are lovely for a few romantic nights and all, but if we're gonna stay in Genoa City, Connor needs his home. We both do.
Adam: All right. Well, I got the keys back from the realtor, so if you'd like, we can move back in tomorrow. How's that sound?
Chelsea: That sounds good.
Chelsea: See? It's our little family.
Adam: I love you.
Chelsea: Me too.
[Cell phone rings]
Ian: The digital worm is burrowing like a champion. And Victor will never know who unleashed the beast. This is what we wanted, so feel free to be pleased.
Adam: I am. I am pleased. You're right. It's exactly what we wanted.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Cane: You know something?
I saw what happened.
The best thing you can do for your client is to convince him to come back here and admit his guilt.
Jack: I made a deal with the devil.
Ashley: Please don't tell me that the devil's name is Victor.
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