Y&R Transcript Wednesday 9/30/15


Episode # 10765 ~ Victor takes matters into his own hands; Ian presses Phyllis' buttons; Kevin makes a surprising discovery.

Provided By Suzanne

Cane: You have no news about Hilary's whereabouts?

Paul: Cane, we are doing everything we possibly can to find her, and we have just received word that she may be here in Genoa city. We are pouring resources into it. But let me tell you, it's not the only case we're working.

Cane: I understand that, but there is only so long that I can keep Devon from interfering in your investigation.

Paul: Okay. Well, you tell him that if he assaults anyone else trying to get information, I will lock him up.

Cane: Paul, he told me he would let you do your job if I keep him posted, so --

Devon: Hey, Paul, I need to speak to you.

Cane: And...so much for that.

Devon: Where have you gotten on Hilary's case?

Paul: Well, I have a team checking every hospital and every private medical facility in a 50-mile radius to see if anyone matching her description has been checked in. I also have every police officer in seven counties on the lookout for her.

Devon: But you still haven't found her, or even a clue as to where she might be?

Lily: Devon.

Devon: No. You have all this manpower looking for Hilary, but there's no sign of her. That doesn't make any sense to me.

Cane: Well, it does if she's not in the area.

Devon: Is that what you think -- that she's been taken someplace else?

Paul: Anything's possible.

Devon: What, including that my wife was never here at all and this has just been some big wild goose chase?

Neil: I understand that you're not based in Genoa city. But my wife needs medical transport, okay? She requires the kind of attention that these doctors can't give her here. We are very private people. I need her moved with discretion, and I'm happy to pay for that -- a lot. Okay? Within the hour? Yeah, yeah, yeah. No. That's great. That's good. She'll be ready. All right. Thanks. [Sighs] Gwen.

Gwen: Hilary's here? With you?

Neil: Let me explain, okay? I-I-I've been helping her.

Gwen: God. Has she been here this entire time?

Neil: Yes, she has, but it's not what you're thinking. W-wait a minute, Gwen. No, please. Come here. Just -- please. Please...let me explain.

Jack: Between Victor's IT people, you, and Kevin, no one can figure out this virus?

Adam: Yeah, well, it's not for lack of trying. I'll tell you that much.

Jack: Ward is determined to wreak havoc on Newman enterprises and -- who knows? -- Maybe right after that, jabot.

Adam: You know, you never told me how you found out that Ian ward was behind paragon in the first place.

Jack: Summer saw him talking to Phyllis in the park.

Adam: I'm trying to wrap my brain around that -- the fact that Phyllis' mysterious fisherman friend was Ian ward.

Jack: I knew I recognized that voice. I just couldn't place it. Summer knew exactly who he was when she saw him.

Adam: Poor kid. Must have thrown her for a loop.

Jack: Yeah, poor kid. Phyllis nearly lost it when summer told her what he put her through.

Adam: Phyllis didn't have a chance to confront him after this?

Jack: As soon as Phyllis figured it out, he was gone.

[Door opens]

Chelsea: Hey. What's going on?

Kevin: I got here as soon as I could. What's up?

Jack: We know who launched the cyberattack against Newman enterprises.

Chelsea: Who?! I have a right to know, Jack. My company's under the Newman umbrella.

Jack: It was Ian ward.

Kevin: What?

Chelsea: What?

Jack: And we have reason to think he was working with someone else.

Ian: Why do you look so surprised to see me? I'm the reason you're here, right? Oh, uh, I'd offer you something, Victor, but the accommodations here are abysmal.

Victor: This is not a social call.

Ian: Well, then, what brings you by?

Victor: You know what brings me by. You infected my computer system with a virus.

Ian: [Scoffs] From here?

Victor: You've been out and about, haven't you? You ran in to Jack Abbott's wife, didn't you? And you would still be roaming the streets of Genoa city if it weren't for my granddaughter, who saw you in chancellor park.

Ian: Oh, summer? Oh, I wish our paths had crossed. I've missed that lovely young girl. But I'm afraid I don't know what the hell you're talking about, Victor.

Victor: Hmm. You're the same slimeball you were when I put you behind walls.

Ian: I've been locked up here for months. You know, maybe I have a doppelganger in Genoa city.

Victor: Really?

Ian: Yeah. I mean, I heard that's not so unusual.

Victor: Oh, I see. I see. I see. I see. You're really playing games with me, aren't you? So, you deny being behind the paragon project -- is that it?

Ian: Paragon?

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Ian: Doesn't ring a bell.

Phyllis: What about me? Surely you remember me, don't you, Fred?

Chelsea: I thought Ian was supposed to be put away for a very long time.

Jack: God only knows how he got out, but when he did, revenge was the first thing on his mind, starting with Victor.

Kevin: Well, it's not easy implementing and devising a plan like this. He's clearly been working on it for a very long time.

Jack: Victor claims the initial threat came first of the year, before Phyllis and I got married.

Kevin: So, it's possible he's been in Genoa city this whole time? But who's been helping him? If we find that guy --

Adam: Look, look, look, look, look -- I-I don't know who the hell this Ian ward character is. I don't know anything about him. But he seems pretty crafty -- okay? -- And completely capable of pulling this whole thing off on his own.

Jack: You don't know what he's capable of.

Phyllis: What's wrong, Fred? Don't you recognize me in your natural habitat?

Ian: A beautiful woman like you? I'd recognize you anywhere -- if we'd ever met.

Victor: Why don't you refresh his memory?

Phyllis: Sure. I'll help you out. We met in the woods. You were living in a trailer near my husband's cabin. You claimed to be a writer, a widower, and a fisherman.

Ian: Ah. I'm sorry, my dear. You have me confused with someone else.

Phyllis: Was it fun, having insight into a perfect stranger? Only I was not a stranger to you. No, you knew exactly who I was -- summer's mother and Jack's wife.

Ian: Now, miss --

Phyllis: Mrs. Abbott -- Phyllis Abbott.

Ian: Now I'm more confused than ever. I thought Jack was involved with beautiful blonde at the athletic club. Remember, don't you, Victor?

Phyllis: Oh, Ian. You're pressing my buttons. That's what you're trying to do. You know what? You're not gonna get away with any of this, you sick son of a bitch.

Ian: [Chuckles]

Devon: So, what are you saying -- that you don't believe the pilot and that Hilary was never here in Genoa city?

Paul: We haven't been able to corroborate a story.

Devon: You're not taking this lead seriously, Paul.

Cane: Devon, Devon, they wouldn't be putting this much manpower in looking for Hilary if they didn't think she was brought from virgin Gorda to here.

Paul: I am looking at every possible scenario.

Devon: Even a straightforward kidnapping? 'Cause it's not a secret that I inherited billions from Katherine.

Lily: If that's what this was, then why wasn't there a ransom?

Devon: I don't know why. Whatever they want, though, I'll pay it. I don't care the price.

Cane: Well, what if they don't want money?

Devon: What is it, then? What does this man want?

Paul: That's exactly what we're trying to find out. You're gonna have to be patient.

Devon: I can't be patient, Paul! I'm losing my mind, trying to think like this crazy man that's kidnapped my wife.

Paul: Well, we're doing the best we can.

Devon: That's not enough! Do you understand? You have to get inside this person's head and figure out why they're doing what they're doing. That will lead you to Hilary.

Neil: Okay. Please, just hear me out here, all right?

Gwen: I want to hear about Hilary first. What's she doing here?

Neil: She's recovering here.

Gwen: From what? What happened to her?

Neil: I really don't know, all right? I found her at the bottom of the cliff in virgin Gorda.

Gwen: You were there?

Neil: Yeah. I followed Devon and Hilary on their honeymoon.

Gwen: Why?

Neil: That's a good question. Because I had a video that I wanted to show Hilary. I wanted to ruin them.

Gwen: What kind of video?

Neil: It was a video of Devon's bachelor party. He was in bed with another woman. It was right before... their wedding.

Gwen: Devon's completely devoted to Hilary. He would never cheat on her.

Neil: I paid money to make it look like he did.

Gwen: And you showed it to Hilary?

Neil: She was crushed. She ran, upset and crying. I don't know where she went. All of a sudden, I hear a scream. I went to see where the scream was coming from, and then -- and then I looked down. At the bottom of the cliff, on the rocks, there she was. She was in the water. Gwen, I don't know if she jumped. I don't know if -- if she fell. But I do know that the cops are pretty sure that Devon somehow found her and they fought.

Gwen: You don't believe that.

Neil: No, not now. But I did then 'cause I was sure that they were gonna blame me. You get that?

Gwen: And then what did you do?

Neil: I ran down to the beach. I got her out of the water. She was nearly dead... drowned. I did CPR, I revived her, and then I carried her off the beach. I took her to a doctor, Gwen. The doctor said she was okay to travel. So then I took her to my -- I took her to my private plane. I've been taking care of her ever since.

Gwen: Taking care of her?

Neil: Yes. I have been taking care of her. And I know this is not what it looks like here. But I guarantee you, when she wakes up, she's gonna tell everyone that I'm not guilty here and the only crime that I am guilty of is trying to hurt them the way that they hurt me. And she's gonna tell you... what really happened.

Gwen: What really happened is that you let your son think his wife was kidnapped and hurt and possibly even dead. You made Devon suffer the worst pain imaginable. And you liked it, didn't you?

Paul: Look, we have a profiler working on the case, but, quite frankly, we don't have much to go on.

Devon: So, that's your excuse -- that you don't have enough evidence?

Paul: Look, Devon, go home. Get some rest and let me do my job.

Lily: Yeah. Come on. I'll take you back to the club.

Cane: I'll let you know if there's any news.

Devon: Listen, I'll leave, all right? But I'm not just gonna go sit in my suite and wait for you to call. I'm gonna keep looking for my wife on my own.

Paul: Do not interfere in the investigation. I will throw you in a holding cell faster than you can say, "obstruction of justice."

Lily: No. You won't have to do that.

Paul: I mean it, Devon. You should be behind bars right now, after assaulting that pilot.

Devon: At least Dylan got him to confess that he brought Hilary here to Genoa city.

Paul: We need to keep a lid on this. We do not want that kidnapper nervous.

Devon: Why do you say that? What did that profiler tell you?

Paul: Experience tells me that if this person feels as though they're backed up against the wall, they just might do something even more desperate than they already have.

Neil: I've been watching Devon suffer this whole time. He's been accused, been arrested -- all this stuff that's been going on. And then there's Hilary. I mean, I've been -- I've been watching Hilary for this whole -- it's -- this has -- this has been killing me.

Gwen: You expect me to feel sorry for you?

Neil: I don't want your sympathy -- yours, anyone's. I would just want to tell you what really happened.

Gwen: Tell me, Neil. What happened?

Neil: [Sighs] [Sighs] It was after the plane crash, you know. My mind -- it became consumed with all these dark thoughts of revenge and payback -- payback. That's all I could hear. I couldn't stop it. But I had to get back at Hilary and Devon for what they did to me. You know, I tried my best to suppress it, but, I mean, I just kept seeing them all over town together. They were -- they were happy. They were laughing. They were about to get married. They were making fun of me. I wanted to make them feel the same hurt, the same pain, everything, that they had caused me. Gwen... I swear to you... I didn't expect this to happen. I didn't want this to happen. But now that it has, I can see just how much Devon loves Hilary. And it's brought me -- it's brought me closer to you.

Gwen: Don't you dare touch me.

Jack: Okay. Let's assume you're right -- that Ian has been working alone.

Adam: There you go. See? We have no proof to the contrary, right? I think it's a pretty safe assumption.

Jack: This whole time, he's been living in that trailer in the woods?

Adam: That makes perfect sense to me, right? I mean, you know, he's alone. He's hard to find.

Jack: And he develops this... dangerous computer virus, difficult to identify, impossible to eradicate, from the boondocks?

Kevin: All he'd need is a computer... and a t1-caliber connection... and a state-of-the-art server... and the password to the Newman system, but that's all.

Jack: And the technical skills to pull this off!

Chelsea: I mean, I know the cult he founded was a pretty big operation, but is he capable of engineering something this complicated?

Jack: He's not exactly the model for a computer genius.

Adam: Guys, maybe not, but, you know, people in prison are, right? You got computer hackers in there. You got identity thieves.

Kevin: Well, sure. It wouldn't be hard to find one, but finding one who has the Newman password?

Jack: Wait, though. If he found one, couldn't we? I mean... couldn't you maybe track down who Ian's partner is?

Kevin: Well, I don't know, but if I had to bet money on someone who could find this guy, I'd wager on myself. Whoever Ian's partner is, he cannot hide from me.

Victor: I'm about to find out everything there is to know about the paragon project.

Ian: There's your problem, Victor. You're always trying to figure out the "how," never the "why."

Victor: The "why" is very simple. You tried to exact revenge because I put you behind these walls.

Ian: Revenge? No. I've revolved beyond that. You don't understand me at all. I mean, you bought in so easily to the possibility of this impossible plot because of all your misguided assumptions about who I am. And it's a shame, really. You've been duped... 'cause you were so anxious to vilify me that you fell for that story about the catastrophic virus that's cooked up in this jail.

Phyllis: Except you haven't been in this jail the whole time.

Ian: That's another fantastical element to this story -- that I can just come and go as I please...

Victor: You know something?

Ian: ...And just walk right out of this prison any time the mood strikes me. Come on, Victor. Think about it, now, really. None of it's true.

Phyllis: He's lying.

Ian: "When thine eyes absorb all that is in view, the mind follows quick upon what is true." Shakespeare -- "Richard iii."

Victor: I know... you're behind the paragon project.

Ian: So, what are you gonna do about it? Gonna have your thugs beat me up again?

Victor: Just you and me this time.

Phyllis: Victor. Victor.

Ian: Guard!

Phyllis: Victor. Victor.

Ian: We're finished here.

Phyllis: Okay. You can pretend all you want that we never met, but I really dislike when someone's messing with my daughter. Feel safe and sound in here because you're locked up. Whatever plan Victor's cooking up for your payback, it'll be a slap on the wrist compared to what I'll do to you.

Chelsea: If Jack's right, that means the success of Chelsea 2.0 was never because of me or because of Abby's marketing concept. It means everything that's been going on at Newman enterprises lately is all because of this computer virus.

Adam: It looks like, yeah.

Chelsea: And if Kevin can't stop the virus from doing its damage, it's just a matter of time before Newman's entire infrastructure collapses.

Adam: Sweetheart, listen -- I know what you're worried about. You're worried about your company, all right, but you're gonna survive this. Hey. Hey. You're gonna survive this, okay? You don't need Newman behind you to succeed. Your designs speak for themselves.

Chelsea: That's sweet. You're biased, but it's sweet.

Adam: Chelsea by jabot never should have been under the Newman umbrella in the first place. You're not going down with the rest of this company, okay?

Chelsea: Well, I mean, this virus, this whole thing, is aimed at Victor, but he's not the only person that will suffer. Victoria, Abby, nick -- they're all gonna feel this. I don't know. Maybe that was Ian ward's initial goal -- maybe to take down Victor's family, not the business.

Adam: Well, maybe he'll succeed at getting both.

Chelsea: Does that... make you happy? Is it still there -- this need to see your father crumble?

Adam: Is that still there? No, sweetheart. I let go of that when I agreed to move to Paris with you.

Chelsea: Yeah, no, I know. But then you wanted to come home because you said you wanted closure. What better way to find closure than this, right -- see your father in complete ruin? But at least you don't have the satisfaction of knowing that you're the one who caused it.

Victor: Warden, would you kindly explain to me how it is possible for Ian ward to come and go from this place as he pleases?

Warden Davis: Quite simply, he isn't able to do it.

Phyllis: Either you're lying or you have no idea what's going on around here. For the past few weeks, he has been living near Genoa city.

Warden Davis: Impossible. All our inmates have been accounted for since ward arrive here.

Phyllis: Well, he may be accounted for, but it's not his head you were counting. He's been living in the woods outside of Genoa city. I saw him in the park in the city. We have had several hours of discussion about his recently deceased wife and the book that he's writing about their love story.

Victor: And he has been wreaking havoc on my company.

Warden Davis: Those are serious accusations you're making.

Victor: You bet they are. You'll have a lot of trouble coming your way if you don't explain to me very quickly how it is possible for Ian ward to come and go as he pleases from this prison.

[Camera shutters clicking]

Mr. Hamilton, can I get a statement about the assault charges against you? Are they connected to the rumors that your missing wife was brought back to Genoa city?

Lily: Mr. Hamilton has no comment. Thank you.

Devon: Yes, I do. Yes, I do. I do. Um, I'm afraid that the rumors were just that, and the search for my wife is continuing in the virgin islands, and as far as the assault in the park, that was a misunderstanding.

Between you and a pilot?

Devon: I've told you everything that I can tell you. I'm sure you guys know how to find your way out.

Lily: Or should I call security?

Devon: [Sighs]

Lily: Hey, I'm really proud of you. I know that couldn't have been easy.

Devon: I just resisted the urge to rip the guy's head off. That's all.

Lily: Yeah. I think that was a good choice.

Devon: I have to keep my emotions under control, 'cause I can't afford another screw-up.

Lily: Since this entire nightmare started, no one blames you for anything you've done.

Devon: What about all the things I haven't done?

Lily: What, like eat and sleep and take care of yourself?

Devon: No, I -- that's not true. I dozed off for a minute this morning.

Lily: Oh, what, sitting up in a chair?

Devon: I... I fell asleep long enough to dream about Hilary. She was standing right in front of me. And I told her how worried I've been, and I asked her where she's been hiding, and you know what she told me?

Lily: What?

Devon: She's been home. It didn't make any sense, but I was just so relieved to see her, I didn't care. And then I reached out to touch her, and she was gone.

Lily: I'm so sorry.

Devon: Just when she said she had been home this whole time, I just wanted so badly for it to be true.

Gwen: Are you kidding me? You -- you care for me?

Neil: Yes. Yes. No, I do. I care for you.

Gwen: You used me! You stole my sister's I.D. Card for medical supplies, and I never imagined you would be involving me in something this sick.

Neil: You got me. You're right. I-I was wrong.

Gwen: The whole thing was just a lie.

Neil: No. No, it wasn't. Gwen, I swear to you... I didn't plan on falling for you, but once I did...

Gwen: Don't you dare.

Neil: ...I started imagining a future for us.

Gwen: A future?

Neil: Yeah. That's right. Take a look at this woman.

Gwen: How could we have a future, Neil?

Neil: Once -- one she wakes up, I'll be exonerated. She's gonna clear my name, and then there's no reason that you and I can't be together. But here's what I want you to do, okay? Listen closely. I want you to walk out that door and I want you to forget you were here and I want you to forget that you ever saw Hilary.

Paul: Keep me posted. That was Dylan. He's part of the team checking out the hospitals.

Cane: You know, I've been thinking about what Devon said about this being a kidnapping.

Paul: Yeah. So have I.

Cane: Maybe there hasn't been a ransom note yet 'cause they want Devon to be so devastated that he'll pay any amount of money that they ask for.

Paul: Yeah, well, I'm afraid it doesn't work that way.

Cane: Well, you did say you're looking at this from every angle.

Paul: I am. I just hope it doesn't turn out to be that one.

Cane: Why?

Paul: Well, because if Hilary was kidnapped for money and we haven't gotten a call, it only means that something has gone wrong and they don't have anything to bargain with.

Cane: Like she's dead?

Paul: Let's hope that's not the case.

Cane: You think we're gonna find her?

Paul: Well, uh, if she's been moved from Genoa city... it makes our job quite a bit more difficult. And if Dylan's last call is any indication, it hasn't improved our odds.

Cane: So, what do we do now?

Paul: Well, we have to concentrate on the theory that Hilary is nearby... and it's in the best interests of whoever has her to keep her alive.

Gwen: You want me to walk out of here and pretend I never saw anything?

Neil: Yeah. That's exactly what I want you to do.

Gwen: Well, what about you?

Neil: What about me?

Gwen: What's gonna happen to Hilary?

Neil: I'm -- I'm gonna take care of her.

Gwen: For how long?

Neil: Until she wakes up.

Gwen: What if she doesn't?

Neil: She will, Gwen. She has to. And once she does... she's gonna be able to tell everyone that -- what happened on that island. Devon, the police, everyone -- they're gonna understand, finally, why I did what I did, why I didn't tell anyone that she was alive.

Gwen: This is wrong. The only way to make this right is for you to come forward, Neil, now.

Neil: No. No. No. No. I'm not gonna do that. I won't do that. I'm gonna do this my way.

Gwen: Fine. Then I have to do what I need to do.

Neil: What do you mean, you have to do -- what -- what are you gonna do?

Gwen: If you're not gonna end this, Neil, I will.

Neil: No, you won't! Gwen! D'ah! Yeah, hi. Uh, there's been a little change of plans. Looks like I'm not gonna be needing that ambulance after all.

Kevin: Again, Victor is not gonna be happy finding you here in his office.

Jack: Yeah, yeah, yeah.

Victor: No, he certainly isn't.

Kevin: Uh-oh.

Victor: Excuse me. What are you doing here, Jack?

Jack: I'm trying to save your company. You're welcome.

Phyllis: Okay, the two of you, please, no arguing. I already have a migraine.

Jack: Yeah. Victor has a way of doing that to people. What are you two doing together, anyway?

Phyllis: We ran in to each other at the state prison hospital. Turns out our friend Ian ward was relocated there.

Jack: I don't want you going there, sweetheart. I'm not comfortable with you confronting that sleaze. I assume you found an empty bed.

Phyllis: No. He was there, in all his prison finery.

Jack: Wait. How is that possible?

Phyllis: He's claimed that he's been there the whole time. The warden backed him up.

Jack: They're lying!

Victor: I am checking in to it.

Phyllis: He said that we never met. He acted like he didn't even know me.

Victor: He also said he was not part of the paragon project.

Jack: Okay. Well, he's being consistent. He's lying across the board.

Victor: You haven't answered my question. What are you doing here?

Kevin: Uh, Jack had an idea on how to locate the mastermind behind the virus. I was following up on it.

Victor: I think Ian ward is involved the cyberattack.

Jack: Yeah. We're convinced he couldn't have done it alone.

Kevin: So I'm trying to establish a connection between Ian ward and his partner -- finding an I.P. Address, tracing it to a physical location.

Jack: With ward back behind bars, it's all the more important we figure out who it is he's been working with. That person is still free and could still do considerable damage to Newman enterprises.

Victor: He could easily have found someone who wanted to exact revenge against me. I think I know who that is.

Chelsea: How does it feel... finally getting to see Victor's demise?

Adam: It feels, uh... not like I'd imagined, actually.

Chelsea: Why? Not enough theatrics for you?

Adam: Maybe too much, actually. Way too much. I-I-I don't like the fact that you're involved. And, uh... I don't like that jabot could end up being collateral damage.

Chelsea: Well, unfortunately, it looks like Ian ward doesn't really care who he hurts. What's wrong?

Adam: Baby, I made a big mistake.

Jack: Wait. You know who Ian ward's partner is?

Victor: Partners.

Jack: There's more than one?

Victor: Your siblings Billy boy and Ashley.

Jack: Oh, God, Victor. You got to stop this. Look, the FBI'S cybercrime division dropped all charges against them.

Victor: What the hell does that prove? Nothing.

Jack: Why would I be busting my butt to find out who's working with Ian if I thought they were my siblings?

Victor: To prove that they're not involved.

Jack: Oh, and I'd be doing that work from your office?

Phyllis: Victor, be reasonable. The Abbotts are not in cahoots with Ian.

Jack: No, we certainly are not, and you have to call off the dogs and help me get Billy out of jail.

Victor: Oh. I thought the charges against Billy boy were dropped.

Jack: The espionage and fraud charges were dropped, but there was apparently an altercation when the police tried to arrest him.

Victor: Well, now, why am I not surprised by that?

Jack: Well, maybe you will be surprised by this -- Abby and Victoria are also being held with Billy.

Victor: Kevin, you keep on working. If it isn't one of the Abbotts involved... find out who the hell is.

Kevin: Copy that.

[Keyboard clicking]

Chelsea: This mistake -- does it have anything to do with the work you've been doing for Jack?

Adam: Well, yeah, it does, but it goes -- it goes back further than that, actually.

Chelsea: Okay. Tell me.

Adam: Do you remember when we were in Paris and, uh, I told you that you should come back here and you should -- you should fight to get your company back?

Chelsea: Of course I do.

Adam: I shouldn't have done that. I shouldn't have done that. I shouldn't have said that to you. I shouldn't have pressured you to come back here... 'cause now your company is over at Newman and you're caught in the middle of this whole paragon thing, and it's a mess.

Chelsea: It's okay. It's not your fault.

Adam: It is my fault. We should be in Paris right now. We should be in Paris with our son, in our new home.

Chelsea: Listen... my designs are in here. The love I have for you and Connor is in here. Nobody's gonna be able to take that away from me.

Adam: I hope you're right.

Chelsea: What do you always tell me?

Adam: What do I say?

Chelsea: You say, "everything's gonna be okay." So... everything's gonna be okay.

Adam: Okay.

Chelsea: Okay?

Adam: Okay.

Chelsea: I'm exhausted. Let's go to bed.

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: Yeah?

Adam: I'm gonna take a, uh -- I'm gonna take a moment.

Chelsea: Okay. Don't be too long.

Adam: All right.

Neil: Ah, Hilary. I've done my best to take care of you. I have. Now it's time for you to go home... to your husband... where you belong. I'm gonna take you to the hospital myself. And then I have to leave town for a while. Okay. [Sighs] The police are gonna be here really soon. We're gonna have to go.

Cane: I understand Devon's frustration, 'cause it is like Hilary's just disappeared into thin air.

Paul: Right. Look, uh, there's no reason to hang out here anymore tonight. If I hear anything, I will call Devon.

[Telephone rings]

Paul: Yeah. Chief Williams. Dylan. Yeah. What's up? At memorial? I'll check it out.

Devon: You're supposed to be running this place, not babysitting me.

Lily: Well, I'm a woman that can multitask, and I don't think I'm doing a very good job, anyway.

Devon: Well, I haven't beat anyone up in the last 12 hours. [Sighs]

Lily: Devon, you're my brother, and I love you, and I am always here for you.

Devon: Thank you for not including "whatever happens."

Lily: Because I know it's gonna happen.

Devon: You're the only one that believes Hilary's gonna come back.

Lily: Because she will.

Gwen: Devon. Thank God. I need to talk to you.

Lily: What? What's wrong? What happened?

Gwen: There's something you need to know.

Devon: Gwen, what is it? Does this have something to do with Neil?

Gwen: Yes.

Lily: Is he okay?

Gwen: Yeah. He's fine. It's --

Cane: All right, good. You're here. All right. I was in Paul's office, and he just got a phone call about a Jane doe being brought in to G.C. Memorial.

Devon: It's Hilary!

Cane: She was unconscious and suffered a head injury, and all I heard is that she's in her late 20s and has dark hair.

Lily: What?

Cane: Devon! Devon! It may not be her!

Lily: Devon, wait!

Phyllis: Is this totally necessary? It's late. I want to go home.

Jack: Ashley is not answering her phone. I'm hoping she left a name or a number of a hotel she's staying at in Milan. Nothing.

Phyllis: She left Billy in charge while she was away. When he finds out that Ian is behind the sabotaging of the Newman computer systems, he will give back the shipping company to them, okay?

Jack: Have you met my brother?

Phyllis: Yeah. He is stubborn. He's impetuous and really irresponsible most of the time, but, you know, tonight, I know he's at home with Victoria, enjoying a quiet evening.

Jack: And that's what you think we should be doing?

Phyllis: You are as smart as handsome, Jack Abbott. And you are way smarter than I am, because I am 0 for 2 in the "trusting despicable human" department -- first Marco, now Ian.

Jack: Hey, wait a minute! We outsmarted Marco working together, and you figured out Ian all by yourself.

Phyllis: With the help of my daughter.

Jack: The point is we have the upper hand now. It won't be long before we put a stop to what that madman started. At least we know he's where he belongs -- behind bars.

Warden Davis: Mr. Newman, it's warden Davis.

Victor: Warden Davis. Well, well, well,. Have you figured out how it is possible for Ian ward to go in and out of your prison?

Warden Davis: I'm calling to warn you that Ian ward's escaped.

Victor: What?

Chelsea: Adam? Adam?

Kevin: Gabe. I was just coming to see you.

Chelsea: There you are.

Adam: Hey. I, um, was up on the roof, just getting some fresh air. What -- what are you doing here?

Kevin: Well, I traced the most recent activity by the person who launched the cyberattack on Newman. It came from an I.P. Address in this building.

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

Luca: Tell me quickly. I need to see her!

Noah: You're not going anywhere! You're gonna pay!

Kevin: So, you heard about Ian ward escaping from prison?

Adam: Look at me! We're a family!

Chelsea: Stop it! Stop lying!

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