Y&R Transcript Friday 10/9/15


Episode # 10772 ~ Devon risks it all to get Hilary back; Sharon puts her trust in the wrong person; Adam faces his future.

Provided By Suzanne

Abby: I have huge news. My dad is gonna give you your company back.

Chelsea: You're kidding.

Jack: Wait, why would he do that?

Abby: I talked him into it. I laid out all the facts, and I made a strong case on your behalf.

Jack: Why would he be that generous? Why would he give up a fashion line with that kind of earnings potential?

Chelsea: Well, it's not earning that much now.

Jack: Well, it will be.

Abby: Uncle Jack, my dad can be very kind.

Jack: Oh, right. That's what Victor Newman's known for -- kindness.

Abby: When he wants to be.

Chelsea: Well, honestly, it doesn't matter why. All that matters is Victor's letting me go. It's done. This is wonderful news. Thank you for going to bat for me.

Abby: You're very welcome. Uncle Jack, be happy for her.

Jack: Oh, I-I am. I am. This opens all kinds of opportunities for you. But what are you gonna do with your newfound freedom?

Adam: Well, you never pull strings unless you get something in return, so why are you here? What do you want?

Victor: [Sighs] To help you.

Adam: [Laughs] You want to help me. Because you're in the business of helping people recently, right?

Victor: I have far more powerful friends in this town than you do. I doubt you have any friends at all.

Adam: No argument there.

Victor: I'm friends with some of the top judges. I'm sure it won't be too difficult to arrange bail for you, although this is a rather difficult situation.

Adam: Bail for me. In exchange for?

Victor: You stopping the paragon virus.

Adam: There it is. I see. It's not that simple. The thing is, um, it can't be stopped.

Victor: Uh-huh. Can't be or won't be?

Adam: Does it matter?

Victor: Do you know what is at stake here?

Adam: Yeah, I do. I mean, if I go over everything in my head, nothing. Nothing is at stake. I am completely and totally resigned to my fate.

Victor: For you, son, everything is at stake.

Sage: He looks scared, nick.

Nick: He knows we're here. He can hear us, the way he did before he was born.

Sage: I love you, Christian. Don't be afraid. Mommy's right here.

Nick: Daddy's here, too, bud.

Sage: How is he, Doctor?

Doctor: His vitals are holding steady. So far there haven't been any complications.

Sage: So -- so he's getting better?

Doctor: Well, he is several weeks premature, so he's fragile. We need to keep his weight up, get him breathing on his own, and then we'll take it from there.

Sage: Is there anything that we can do to help him get stronger?

Doctor: You can see to your own recovery.

Sage: No, I'm -- I'm fine.

Doctor: Mrs. Newman, this little guy needs a healthy mom.

Nick: Don't worry. I'll see to that. Thank you, doctor.

Sage: Thank you.

Nick: All right, come on. Let's get you back to your room.

Sage: I'm not -- no. I'm not leaving.

Nick: Listen, our son is doing his part to get better. You got to do your part, too. You got to keep your strength up, otherwise how are you gonna help me help him get better?

Sage: I'll be back, my darling Christian. I'll be back, okay? Just remember that your mother is fighting for you with every breath that I have.

Dylan: So the tracker signal on the missing box of medical supplies just went offline, it went dead.

Stitch: Offline?

Dylan: The signal just stopped.

Stitch: Those devices were well-hidden. Which makes you wonder if this was...

Both: An inside job.

Dylan: Because how could Hilary's kidnappers know about the tracker unless somebody took them off?

Lily: Are you really just gonna hand over the money without any proof that Hilary's alive?

Cane: And no guarantee she'll be returned safely?

Devon: What choice do I have?

Lily: Devon, come on.

Devon: Lily, I'm gonna do this. This is only $1 million.

Lily: Only?

Devon: I'm not gonna get talked out of handing over this cash, not when it's the one shot I have of getting my wife back.

Neil: You know that tracking device?

Gwen: Yeah.

Neil: Totally deactivated it. What's going on with her?

Gwen: I'm just -- I'm worried about her, Neil. These supplies will only last a week. And then what?

Neil: I don't know. We can't go to the hospital anymore. I mean, the police are all over that one, aren't they?

Gwen: What we really need is a doctor for her.

Neil: Gwen, do you understand that I would have had a doctor up here in a new York minute if I thought it wasn't too risky, right?

Gwen: But what if we're doing her more harm than good? How long can we keep doing this?

Neil: I don't know. Babe, we're just gonna have to have faith, okay? Be patient. That's all.

Gwen: What about the "kidnapper"? How patient will he be?

Stitch: If Hilary's in some kind of comatose state, she's gonna need more than meds to sustain her, which means we need to find her fast. What's Paul say about the situation?

Dylan: The police are in a holding pattern right now. I'm working my own angle.

Stitch: And what's that?

Dylan: Uh, something Devon wants to keep under wraps for now.

Stitch: Something dangerous?

Dylan: I'll be careful.

Stitch: Mac, wait. Hey.

Dylan: What?

Stitch: You don't know who you're dealing with, how well-armed or unstable they might be. Your dad's the chief of police. Pick up the phone and call him!

Dylan: I know I should call, but Devon wants to do this without the cops.

Stitch: Okay, but I'm telling you this is --

Dylan: Look, he's got his reasons. That's all I can say right now.

Stitch: All right, when is this going down?

Dylan: It's tonight. Look, I'll let you know how it plays out, right after I get back from Fairview.

Stitch: How's Sharon doing?

Dylan: She sounds good. I think she's ready to come home.

Dr. Anderson: Oh, good evening, Sharon.

Sharon: Wow, I can't believe I just slept the whole day away.

Dr. Anderson: Have you? Have you been upset or uneasy?

Sharon: No, I feel wonderful.

Dr. Anderson: No anxiety at all?

Sharon: Not a bit. I've never slept so well, but I really conked out.

Dr. Anderson: My guess -- that's the pregnancy catching up with you.

Chelsea: What I want to do -- well, what I've decided I have to do is leave Genoa city.

Abby: Why? Why would you do that? Your whole life is here.

Chelsea: I need a clean break, Abby. And my son deserves to grow up someplace where he won't be judged for being Adam Newman's kid.

Abby: Well, this sucks, but, um, I'm gonna miss you. And I wish you the best of luck. We both do, don't we, uncle Jack?

Jack: It's not gonna be that easy for you to walk away from this place. You still have feelings for Adam.

Abby: Oh.

Chelsea: [Chuckles]

Abby: Sweetie.

Chelsea: It's fine. I [Sniffles] -- I will get over Adam.

Abby: That's gonna be tough if just hearing his name makes your eyes leak.

Chelsea: [Chuckles]

Abby: But maybe there is something that might help.

Chelsea: Is there -- is there a cure for this? [Chuckles]

Abby: Oh, I-I wish, but no, there's no cure. But maybe closure. Maybe that would take the edge off. Go see him.

Chelsea: No, Adam called. He called me and, um, he made it clear that he -- he wants me to move on.

Abby: Like you're gonna let him run your life?

Chelsea: No, it's what I want, too, Abby. I can't stay here.

Jack: You don't want to leave things unsaid. Abby is right.

Abby: Damn right I am. Do you really want Adam's last words ringing in your ear until the end of time? You are gonna beat yourself up for the rest of your life for -- for not saying what you need to say to Adam before you bolted.

Jack: Go to him. See him. Talk to him. Don't you need that?

Adam: You know, as much as you think that Newman enterprises is the reason we all live and breathe, for a guilty man ready to face punishment, your corporation doesn't really mean much to me, and neither does bail.

Victor: Ah. Oh. [Sighs] Then you're a bigger fool than I thought you were.

Adam: It would appear so, wouldn't it?

Victor: You know, I gave Chelsea her freedom back. I gave her her company back.

Adam: When?

Victor: Today.

Adam: Really?

Victor: Yeah. In fact, she's free to, uh, leave town. As we speak, she's probably packing Connor's things.

Adam: What are you up to? Why would you do that?

Victor: Why do you think?

Adam: I don't know. Maybe it's because you have a new grandson to harass? Did you hear about the heroic part that I played in delivering the latest Newman heir? Did you hear about that?

Victor: It's amazing. Every so often, I catch a glimpse of humanity in you.

Adam: Wonders never cease.

Victor: Yeah. All right.

Adam: So, that's it? You're leaving so soon? You're out of here? I get it. You know, it's fine. Time is short. You've got other children that might actually need your help. I'll just -- I'll just be here.

Victor: You know, you've always wrongfully accused me of neglecting you, for abandoning you. Wasn't my choice to raise you on a farm in Kansas. It was your mother's choice. It made you angry, didn't it? Gave you a feeling of being abandoned. And now you are willing to abandon your own son. Think about what he will feel when he grows up.

[Door opens]

[Door closes]

Victor: [Sighs] Talk some sense into that boy. Anyone can do it, you can.

[Door closes]

Michael: Look, um, since you don't seem interested in trying to make bail or taking my legal advice, for that matter, I'm gonna take off.

Adam: Wait a second, okay? I actually need your help. I've changed my mind. Michael, you got to help me get out of here. I don't care if it's just for an hour. Just make it happen, okay? Please.

Cane: All right, listen, if you insist on handing over this money --

Devon: I'm paying the ransom.

Cane: All right, if you insist on paying it, let me do it. Don't deliver it yourself.

Lily: No, absolutely not.

Cane: Devon is too emotional about this, and I don't know if he's gonna act rationally if the situation becomes heated.

Devon: You're probably right about that.

Cane: So let me do it.

Devon: This is why I've discussed with Dylan that he's gonna make the drop.

Cane: I'm telling you, using Dylan is the wrong call.

Devon: Why is it the wrong call? He's ex-military.

Cane: And it doesn't mean he's street smart.

Lily: Why are you so intent on doing this? What if something happens to you?

Cane: Nothing's gonna happen to me. I know how to take care of myself.

Lily: No, I think you're being too emotional about this. Dylan is objective. He'll have a level head about it.

Cane: It's your call. All I'm trying to do is help. That's it.

Sharon: Oh, it's so good to see you!

Dylan: Oh, you look great.

Sharon: Thank you. So do you.

Dylan: So, you all packed, ready to come home?

Sharon: Um, you know, Dylan, I'm afraid not.

Dylan: What -- what happened? When we talked on the phone --

Sharon: I know. You know what I think? It was, um -- I was getting ahead of myself a little bit, telling you to come here and pick me up to take me home, because the doctor -- dr. Anderson -- helped me see that it's really too soon for me to check out of here.

Dylan: Wow, that's disappointing.

Sharon: Yeah, I know. I want to be with you and faith. But I got to agree with the doctor on this one. I'm really making progress here.

Dylan: I can tell.

Sharon: Dr. Anderson is wonderful. She has me on this new, safe drug therapy, and it's really working.

Dylan: Well, it is good seeing you so happy.

Sharon: You make me happy. You and your undying love for me. And I know that I'll be home with you soon.

Dylan: I'm gonna hold you to that. I'm gonna get all my work done so I can be at your beck and call when you come home, okay?

Sharon: I can't wait to make love to you and sleep in your arms, me and the baby.

Dylan: Soon. All right, you take care of yourself, okay?

Sharon: Okay. I will take care of myself and our baby. Speaking of which, this little boy or girl is ravenous. I skipped lunch.

Dylan: Skipped lunch? You got to feed the baby. Come on. I love you.

Sharon: I adore you.

Patty: You're Dylan.

Dylan: Yeah, I am.

Patty: [Laughs] I'm your aunt Patty.

Dylan: Oh! [Chuckles] Hey. Uh, it's, uh, nice to meet you.

Patty: Nice to meet you, too. You do look a little like Paulie around the edges. He must be very proud of you.

Dylan: I suppose. If you excuse me, I was on my way out.

Patty: Wait, wait, wait. You can't go yet. I-I have to warn you about Sharon. I'm not sure about the drugs they're using on her.

Sage: I want to be with Christian.

Nick: Just get some sleep for a little while, okay?

Sage: I'm not sleepy.

Nick: Tell me that when your eyes aren't so droopy.

Sage: Okay. Just for a few minutes.

Nick: Few minutes. I'll take it.

Sage: You're gonna tell me if anything changes, anything at all?

Nick: I promise.

Sage: You keep your promises.

Nick: Get some sleep.

[Door opens]

Nick: Oh, geez. I'm -- [Chuckles] Sorry.

Dr. Anderson: No, my fault. Excuse me.

Nick: You look very familiar. Do I know you?

Victor: My baby. Look at all this machinery. [Sighs] You're gonna be all right, okay? Christian. You're gonna be a big boy one day. You're gonna fight. You're gonna fight like a Newman. Oh, my poor boy. You're part of this family now. You're a Newman. You're gonna fight. You're gonna make it. I love you. I wish I could hold you in my arms now. Hmm? You'll be all right. You'll be all right. You'll be all right. I'll see you soon, okay? [Sighs] [Sighs]

Dylan: You know Sharon's drug protocol?

Patty: Well, I-I don't have all the pharmacology down pat yet, but I've been in and out of the institutions long enough to know when they're giving you the high-octane dosage. She was really out of it last night, and the way she was acting, it was odd. Didn't you notice?

Dylan: Uh, I noticed that she's actually happier and, uh, more energetic. It's a big improvement.

Patty: Oh. Improvement.

Dylan: Yeah. Patty, look, uh, I appreciate your interest in Sharon, but don't you think I probably know my fiancée a little better than you do?

Patty: Probably.

Dylan: Well, thank you for letting me know, though.

Patty: The -- the thing that concerns me, though, is the baby. I mean, if they're giving her extreme drugs like that, it's --

Dylan: I'm sure that's not what's going on. We're just gonna have to trust the doctors that they know what they're doing. You take care.

Stitch: He's holding his own. It's a good sign.

Abby: Thank you for telling me that. I'm kind of freaking out seeing him cubed up like this.

Stitch: Well, I don't want to intrude, so...

Abby: I appreciate you.

Stitch: Okay. [Chuckles]

Abby: No, I mean it. I'm not just saying that. I owe you a huge apology.

Stitch: Hey, I was wrong, too.

Abby: No, I was wronger. I don't know what came over me, thinking that I was god's gift to Newman enterprises, solving every crisis in a single bound with a fresh spin and a big smile.

Stitch: Well, that smile is pretty lethal. [Chuckles]

Abby: [Chuckles]

Stitch: So, what do I owe this sudden burst of appreciation?

Abby: My father, a computer virus, and my sketchy brother brought back from the dead. And now everyone's grieving Delia all over again, including me. And I still can't believe that my own brother is responsible for taking that sweet, little girl's life. What is wrong with people?

Stitch: Maybe not as much as you think. Adam may be responsible for you losing your niece, but he's also responsible for this little guy living long enough to make it to the hospital.

Michael: Thank you. The DA's gonna push hard for no bail.

Adam: No bail -- that's coming directly from Christine?

Michael: Yes. Look, normally I would parade a string of character witnesses before a judge, but --

Adam: It would be a short parade. Yeah, got it.

Michael: Is there anybody who would stand up to vouch for you?

Adam: No one that I would ask to do that for me in public. But -- but here's the thing, Michael. Listen to me. You got to get me out of here, okay? Figure it out. Do whatever it takes. I got to see my son before Chelsea leaves town.

Michael: I understand that, but given your recent history of dodging arrest and assuming new identities, no judge will seriously consider giving you another chance to circumvent the law. Maybe Chelsea could help convince a judge, but I don't think I could talk her into coming down here.

[Door opens]

Victor: Well, you're giving me excuses why paragon continues to lay waste to Newman enterprises. Fix the damn problem, then you call me back.

Jack: Well, I hear you did the decent thing and gave Chelsea back her company.

Victor: Offloading a devalued company is a benefit to me and to Newman.

Jack: Well, that's a nice soundbite. I think you helped Chelsea to bait Adam, getting him riled up about the possibility of Chelsea leaving town, while that gave him something to fight for, and you can now leverage him into helping you with your paragon problem.

Victor: Do I hear another attack coming?

Jack: No, no, no, no. I don't intend an attack. In fact, I wanted to say thank you.

Victor: Really? Well, I'll be damned.

Dr. Anderson: I'm Sharon's therapist. Sharon's been very concerned about Sage's premature delivery, and since I had another patient to see here, I thought I'd just check in. Not in an official capacity -- just casually -- to bring back some reassuring news to Sharon. That's all.

Nick: Oh, yeah, I'm all for anything that will aid in her recovery. And I'm glad you're being proactive. Our little girl, faith, she's really gonna need her mom.

Dr. Anderson: All children do.

Patty: Sharon. I'm so glad I finally got you alone.

Sharon: What do you need, Patty?

Patty: No one is listening to me, and I'm really concerned about the drugs they're giving you. You have to stop taking them. Please.

Neil: Hey. Okay, so what's going on with the kidnapper? Any more contact? What's happening?

Lily: We're doing a ransom drop.

Devon: But we have to keep this low key 'cause we haven't said anything to the cops yet.

Neil: That would be a mistake.

Cane: That is exactly what lily and I have said.

Neil: Let me ask you. Why would you pay out a ransom when there's no solid proof that this person even really has Hilary?

Devon: 'Cause, dad, this is my one shot at getting my wife back.

Neil: I understand that, but don't you think it would be a mist-- I mean, listen, it's really suspicious that this kidnapper waited this long to demand money.

Cane: All right, why is it just $1 million? You're worth more than that. How do you know they're not gonna ask for $1 million now and $1 million later and never give you Hilary back?

Neil: Exactly.

Devon: Guys, guys, I realize there are red flags, but this is the strongest lead we've had on Hilary in weeks.

Lily: I hope this isn't a scam.

Devon: I believe my wife's alive, and right now, this is the only way to get her back.

Neil: Well, if there's anything, uh, that I can do to help, son, I will.

Dylan: Devon, I think we're bringing too many people into this.

Lily: No, we haven't told anyone else.

Cane: I want to go with you to the drop.

Devon: No, no, Dylan's --

Cane: I want to do the drop.

Devon: Dylan is gonna go alone. If the kidnapper suspects he's being set up, he's gonna bail. Please bring back my wife.

Gwen: Hilary. You're safe here. Please wake up. We need you to --


Gwen: [Breathing heavily]

Michael: Uh, I'm gonna step out and give you two some privacy. Chelsea.

Adam: I'm surprised to see you. Glad you came.

Chelsea: Have you, uh, have you changed your mind about wanting me to move on without you?

Adam: You need to get on with your life, Chelsea. Apparently my father's gonna let that happen.

Chelsea: [Chuckles] Are you seriously bringing up Victor right now? You're still so obsessed with his every move, you're monitoring it behind bars now?

Adam: He came here, actually, uninvited. He told me the whole story.

Chelsea: Oh. Sorry. I-I shouldn't have jumped to conclusions.

Adam: It was his feeling that you were gonna take Connor and leave town.

Chelsea: Victor's right again. I am leaving.

Adam: I need one thing from you.

Chelsea: Just one?

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: I can think of a hundred things I want right now, things I can't have. Uh, so -- so what is it? What's your one thing?

Adam: I want to see Connor one last time.

Stitch: Adam not only delivered Sage's baby. He kept little Christian here alive with infant CPR.

Abby: Wow. I was so depressed about my family's company crumbling that... I don't know, just seeing this little life here puts everything in perspective.

Stitch: It does.

Abby: Do you think you'll ever be able to forgive me for putting this stupid stuff ahead of what's really important?

Stitch: Your work isn't stupid.

Abby: You're being very understanding.

Stitch: Is that a bad thing?

Abby: It's a very sweet thing. But you know what? I should let you get back to doctoring before I succumb to another ego trip and ruin this perfect place of peace.

Stitch: Actually, I don't have to get right back to work. How about we celebrate this perfect place of peace with some coffee?

Abby: I'd like that.

Chelsea: I can't -- I won't let you see --

Adam: Chelsea.

Chelsea: Adam. He's confused enough as it is. His father disappeared from his life once, and I mourned you for too long before trying to move on. I-I won't make that mistake this time.

Adam: Why are you here?

Chelsea: To -- to make a clean break, you know, to -- to find some closure.

Adam: Closure? How do you do that? Do you have, like, uh, magic words that you say, something that's gonna make this less painful, everything that we've been through? I'd like to hear it, please.

Chelsea: You have lied to me for the last time. I was willing to give up everything for you, but your need for revenge, it was more important than me, it was more important than our life with our son.

Adam: No, that's not true.

Chelsea: That is true.

Adam: No, I will own every single lie. I will own every single rotten thing I ever did to you, but nothing ever meant more to me than you and Connor. Nothing.

Chelsea: I have to go.

Adam: Please, please, hey, listen to me. Look at me, please. I'm asking for one more visit. I want to see my son one more time, please.

Chelsea: I have loved you, Adam Newman. And I am so grateful for the beautiful son you've given me.

Adam: So bring him here. Bring him here. Let me see him.

Chelsea: It wouldn't be good for him. It wouldn't help him. I can't do it.

Adam: How you gonna keep me from my son, Chelsea? What are you doing?

Chelsea: I'm sorry.

Adam: Chelsea.

Chelsea: I need... Adam, I need...

Adam: Tell me what you need. Tell me. Tell me.

Chelsea: I need you to be dead to me. And your son.

Victor: I don't want your gratitude.

Jack: Adam seemed resigned to a life behind bars. Suddenly you've given him something to fight for.

Victor: What happened to your family loyalty, Jack?

Jack: Hey, I can be sympathetic to your son and still be loyal to my family.

Victor: So you're sticking by Adam and to hell with your useless brother, Billy boy?

Jack: Oh, no, no, I'm loyal to both of them.

Victor: Really? You know that someone in your inner circle was behind paragon.

Jack: I knew nothing about Adam's involvement in that.

Victor: Really? You might not have been aware of what he was up to directly, but your secrecy gave him the freedom to wreak havoc. So don't think for one moment I wasn't justified in everything I've done to you.

Jack: Whoa, whoa, whoa. You've forgiven yourself already? Wow. I marvel at your warped justification.

[Cell phone rings]

Jack: Good thing Adam has somebody in his corner.

Victor: Yeah?

Adam: I've had a change of heart. I need to talk about your offer.

Neil: Oh, no, no, no, no, no! Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hey, it's me, it's me, it's me, okay?

Gwen: Oh, my God.

Neil: What?

Gwen: Oh, my gosh.

Neil: What's going on? What? Why are you so scared? Is it Hilary?

Gwen: No, it's not Hilary.

Neil: What?

Gwen: I heard something, a noise. Somebody's outside.

Neil: Some-- no, it's gonna be okay.

[Both grunting]

Patty: I'm genuinely worried about you, Sharon, and the baby you're carrying. It's part of my family, too.

Sharon: I understand your concerns.

Patty: You do? I'm so glad!

Sharon: You know, the same thing happened to me when my fears and my paranoia grew out of proportion when I wasn't mentally well.

Patty: No, that's -- that's not it.

Sharon: You know, dr. Anderson knows what she is doing. I believe in her.

Patty: But what if she's --

Sharon: I'm happy. I'm pregnant. And nothing is going to change that. Trust me.

Sage: [Groans]

[Door opens]

Nick: Hey, hey, hey. What are you doing?

Sage: I couldn't sleep anymore. How's Christian?

Nick: Well, it's funny you ask. I was just with him. I had a nice, long conversation with him.

Sage: You did? Well, that's good. What'd you say?

Nick: Just giving him the lay of the land, letting him know which teams he can root for, kind of music he can listen to. I also told him how -- how tough his mom is.

Sage: Did he listen?

Nick: For now. You know, once he can use his own words, I'm sure he'll never listen to me again.

Sage: [Chuckles] How is he? How is he, really?

Nick: He's still stable.

Sage: He's still stable? That's good, right?

Nick: That's good. He's gonna make it, Sage. I know it.

Devon: What's taking so long?

Lily: I'm sure if Dylan has news, he'll call. Wait, where did Cane go, by the way?

Devon: I don't know.

Lily: Hey.

Devon: What happened, man? Why didn't you call?

Dylan: It's bad news.

Devon: Is Hilary...

Dylan: No, no, it's the money. Kidnapper grabbed it and got away.

Lily: [Sighs]

Devon: How did that happen? You said that you knew what you were doing, you can handle this!

Lily: Wait, stop, this isn't helping, okay?

Devon: My wife's still out there now!

Lily: Dylan didn't kidnap her.

Dylan: I'm sorry. I blew it. I messed up.

Lily: Did you identify him, at least?

Dylan: I had a chance to grab the guy, and I took it. I tackled him, but he was too quick.

Devon: If anything happens to her now or if she's dead, this is your fault!

Neil: Hey. I checked the grounds. There's no sign that anyone was here, no one.

Gwen: I know I heard something about 10 minutes before you got here.

Neil: All right, sweetie. I believe you. I do.

Gwen: Well, who do you think was out there?

Neil: Well, the kidnapper promised to give Hilary's location after the money was delivered. And the money was delivered tonight. I don't know. Maybe someone did find out the truth.

Gwen: Then the police could be on their way right now.

Michael: All right, Jack, would it be possible for you to testify on Adam's behalf at his arraignment?

Jack: Is there anyone else you can ask?

Michael: [Scoffs] Who would you suggest as someone who could vouch for Adam as a fine, upstanding citizen of Genoa city?

Jack: Yeah, I see your problem.

Michael: We need you, Jack.

Jack: It's not that I'm unsympathetic. Getting on the witness stand, this would -- Billy would see this as the ultimate betrayal. I can't do that to my brother. I can't. I have to say no.

Michael: I had to ask. Getting him bail of any kind is a long shot, but it's almost impossible without character witnesses.

Jack: I have to say, I am surprised it matters to him. When I was with him, he seemed totally resigned to his fate.

Michael: Well, now he's desperate to get out, even for a short time. He wants to see his son.

Chelsea: You're gonna miss it here, aren't you? Yeah, I'm gonna miss it, too. But we're gonna go on a big, new, exciting adventure, Connor. Do you know that? It's gonna be so fun. But we're, um, we're not gonna say goodbye to anybody before we leave. It's better that way.

Adam: I'll stop paragon just as soon as you get me out on bail. And make it fast. I need to see my son before he leaves town.

Victor: So now you need my help?

Adam: Just like you need my help.

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Jill: Today's about Delia, and I've come up with a way to honor our sweet, little girl.

Michael: Given your history, the nature of the crime, your chances are one in a million.

Christine: No one will vouch for this man!

Victor: Your honor, I will vouch for my son.

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