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Episode # 10793 ~ Devon refuses to give up on Hilary; Stitch forces Ashley to show her cards; Dylan pushes back against Dr. Anderson's authority.
Provided By Suzanne
Hilary: You're back.
Devon: Yeah. Of course I am. How are you feeling today?
Devon: Have you remembered anything at all about us or the accident, where you been?
Hilary: No. No.
Devon: That's okay. I'm sure it'll come back to you soon.
Devon: I know it will, just like I know that you'll remember what we shared.
Hilary: Actually... I already have.
Neil: I have to get going.
Gwen: Can't you stay and finish coffee? I've barely seen you the past couple days.
Neil: Yeah. Well, I want to go to the hospital and check on Hilary. If she's starting to remember, you know, I just -- I want to be there.
Gwen: I thought once Hilary woke up that this would all be over with. I'm sorry. I just -- I didn't expect for things to play out like this.
Neil: Well, I'm just as shocked as you are by her memory loss.
Gwen: I'm not talking about that, Neil. I'm talking about the fact that she's still in love with you.
Billy: Hey! Ohh! You here to see stitch?
Ashley: Yeah. I mean, Abby spent the night here with him, and I just wanted to see if she needed anything.
Billy: Oh. So, how did the nurse say that he's doing?
Ashley: Well, he's stable, but, you know, he hasn't woken up yet.
Billy: And how are you doing?
Ashley: I'm worried about Abby, you know, and Ben, of course. I mean, I know he's in good hands, but, still, it's --
Billy: Ash, I asked how
you're doing. I mean, last night must have been nerve-racking. You could have died.
Ashley: Yeah. Well, Ben and I are alive today because of Abby.
Billy: Yeah, and Adam.
Ashley: Right. I'm alive this morning because of Adam Newman. I don't think it gets any scarier than that, right?
Billy: It must have been pretty scary waiting for Abby to bring back help. I mean, Abby's great and all, but depending on her to save your life -- not so much.
Ashley: Well, I actually wasn't planning on her coming back. I just wanted her to save herself.
Billy: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to light of it.
Ashley: No, it's okay. It's all right. I mean, you know... I guess when you face the end, it gives you perspective.
Billy: What do you mean?
Ashley: When you're faced with your mortality, you start asking questions about... things -- life and stuff.
Billy: Abby and stitch's engagement?
Ashley: Why would you say that?
Billy: Well, I mean, you know, you've had your reservations about their marriage, and it makes sense it'd be weighing on you, so...
Ashley: Yeah. I thought about a lot of things.
Billy: Just not things you're gonna share with me, huh?
Ashley: What difference does it make, Billy? I mean, honestly. Abby found us. I mean, she came back, we're alive, and that's the only thing that matters, right? Nothing before that.
Billy: Right. Yeah. So... what did happen between you and stitch in that building?
Abby: Hi. Hi. [Laughs] Oh, my God. Oh, my God. You're -- you're awake.
Stitch: [Exhales sharply]
Abby: I've been waiting all night for you to open your eyes, and... now you have. Oh, my God. Um... I-I have so much to tell you. I-I don't even know where to start. Um... we're all okay. I'm okay. I look terrible, I'm sure, but I'm okay, and my mom -- she's okay. We're all okay.
Stitch: Abby, I, uh -- I have something I have to tell you. Om
Victoria: Oh. Hey. I brought you some coffee.
Victoria: Can I get you anything else? You want some breakfast?
Victoria: I wish there was something I could do for you. Have you talked to sage?
Nick: She's asleep. They gave her a sedative. She's been out all night... which is good, you know, since... Christian died.
Nick: I really need to start thinking about some... arrangements.
Victoria: I'll handle everything for you.
Dr. Anderson: [Gasps] Dylan. What are you doing here?
Dylan: What do you mean? I've been calling you all morning. I left a dozen messages telling you that I'm coming to see Sharon.
Dr. Anderson: Well, I've been seeing patients all day.
Dylan: Okay. Well, I'm here, and I'd like to see my fiancée.
Dr. Anderson: Nothing's changed. Sharon still doesn't want to see visitors.
Dylan: Look, I don't care what Sharon said. I need to see her.
Dr. Anderson: Well, I'm afraid my patient's wishes take precedence over your needs.
Dylan: Okay. Just stop, because I have a lot of questions about what's going on around here, starting with how my fiancée is doing.
Dr. Anderson: I told you. I can't dis--
Dylan: Yeah, and I told you that I need to see for myself.
Dr. Anderson: Dylan, I understand your concern --
Dylan: No, I don't really think you do understand my concerns, because I have some serious problems with the standards of this facility.
Dr. Anderson: Our patients receive the highest-quality care available. Their well-being is our top priority.
Dylan: Yeah? Then how did patty Williams escape and end up dead?!
Dr. Anderson: We are looking into that. But what happened to patty has nothing to do with Sharon or the treatment she's receiving.
Dylan: That may be. But I'm starting to feel like this is the last place Sharon should be.
Stitch: Abby, I need to tell you --
Abby: Shh. I know what you're gonna say. My mom already told me.
Stitch: She did?
Abby: When you were trapped and you thought that you were gonna die, you poured your heart out.
Stitch: Abby, I --
Abby: Shh. Hey. I think it's sweet how you told my mom how much in love you were with me and how you couldn't wait to spend the rest of your life with me. And I can't wait for us to get married now more than ever.
Stitch: [Chuckles softly]
Ashley: What exactly are you asking me about Ben?
Billy: Nothing. It just sounded like things got pretty intense when you were trapped together.
Ashley: Well, yeah. We were fighting for our lives.
Billy: Well, we were all fighting for our lives. Look, I just got the feeling that it meant more to you, and maybe that's why you don't want to talk about it.
Ashley: I was terrified out of my mind. I never thought I was gonna see my daughter or anybody else that I loved ever again. Excuse me if I don't feel like rehashing the experience.
Billy: Okay. Okay. I didn't mean to make you upset.
Ashley: [Sighs] Let's just be grateful, okay, that we're alive, you know? I mean, Ian ward -- he could have killed everybody in that building.
Billy: I think that's exactly what he was trying to do. Thank God he failed. As of this morning, there's no evidence that paragon is wreaking any more havoc, so that's good.
Ashley: Yeah, but why doesn't that make me feel any better? He might be dead. We don't have any idea what he's put in motion for the future.
Billy: Well, we've got our IT. Guys on high alert.
Ashley: Keep at it, because paragon has cost us too much already. We can't afford to lose anything else.
Victoria: I'll speak to reverend Wilkins, and I'll arrange everything with him, and the flowers and the music, and I'll notify everyone. You and sage won't have to do anything.
Nick: [Sighs] Look, I appreciate the help, but...
Nick: ...I just don't think sage is gonna be up for some big church service. [Sighs]
Victoria: Okay. That's fine. I mean, it can be small. You know what? We can have it right here in the hospital chapel. That's probably for the best -- something small and intimate before she's discharged.
Nick: It's awfully soon. Vick, I don't know what's right.
Victoria: No right or wrong in these situations. It's so overwhelming. [Sighs] Why don't you just let me help you and sage through this phase of it and then you can heal at your own pace?
Nick: I guess if all this was done when we left the hospital... when we got home, we could... begin to try and move forward.
Victoria: You want me to get started?
Nick: Yeah. I'll talk to sage.
Victoria: If there's anything else I can do for you...
Nick: There isn't anything anyone can do.
Dr. Anderson: I understand you're upset about what happened to your aunt.
Dylan: Yeah, I am upset. And my father's devastated.
Dr. Anderson: Look, patty was a very troubled person. She was suffering from a number of psychiatric issues.
Dylan: Yeah, but she was getting better. That's why they transferred her from the prison psych ward.
Dr. Anderson: Well, yes. She was improving. But then she began to resist treatment, refusing to participate in therapy sessions, take her meds. She became very combative. I mean, it's the complete opposite of Sharon.
Dylan: I know Sharon isn't anywhere near as sick as patty was.
Dr. Anderson: Sharon is committed to getting better. And she is.
Dylan: Good. Then let me see her.
Dr. Anderson: Look, I have to respect my patients' wishes. Sharon does not want any visitors.
Dylan: I want to hear that from Sharon.
Neil: Hey, Gwen, unh-unh. Hilary's not in love with me.
Gwen: Somebody should tell her that.
Neil: I have. And so has Devon.
Gwen: Yet she still insists that she's Mrs. Neil winters...
Neil: [Sighs heavily]
Gwen: ...Which I'm starting to think that you don't mind.
Neil: Oh, come on. Of course I mind.
Gwen: I keep wondering why you wouldn't leave with me when we had the chance.
Neil: Don't you think it would have been suspicious if we'd have disappeared at the same time Hilary turned up? I know this hasn't been easy for you. I never should have involved you in the first place.
Gwen: I wanted to be involved, Neil, because I wanted to prove your innocence so we could be together.
Neil: That's the plan.
Gwen: What about Hilary? How does she fit into our plan?
Neil: She doesn't. She loves my son. He loves her. If anyone knows that, it's me. She may have repressed feelings for my son, but they're gonna come back to her.
Devon: What exactly do you remember?
Hilary: I remember... kissing you in chancellor park the night before I married Neil.
Devon: Yeah, that's right. Even then, you knew that you were in love with me.
Hilary: No. Kissing you was a mistake. That's why I married Neil, okay? I love Neil. Whatever I felt for you I just some brief infatuation.
Devon: No. Hilary, what you and I have... is very, very real. You love me, and I love you.
Hilary: You keep saying that, and so does Neil, so I guess I have to accept it, but I don't feel anything for you, Devon. I'm sorry. I love Neil.
Devon: Listen, I, uh -- I know that this is a lot for you to take in, so... you just need to take as much time as you need to digest it. I know that your memory's gonna come back to you. Maybe if you get out of here and you spend some time with me, it might help with --
Hilary: If you think I'm gonna go home with you... just [Sighs] Forget it.
Devon: Well, where are you gonna stay?
Hilary: I don't know, okay? I'll figure it out.
Devon: I'm not gonna let you figure anything out. At least just stay at the athletic club. I'll give you your own suite -- no strings.
Hilary: That's very generous of you. I'll think about it. Okay. Right now, I just -- I need to...rest.
Devon: All right. I'll go. Um... but, Hilary, just please know that everything that I'm telling you about the love that we share and -- and the life that we planned to have together -- just...it's true.
Hilary: I know, okay? I know that it might be true, but I can't pretend that everything is the way that it used to be just because you want me to.
Devon: Yeah, I understand that. But you need to know that I'm never gonna give up on believing that we're gonna get back what we used to have. Okay? 'Cause I believe in us. I believe in these.
Dr. Anderson: Look how soundly she's sleeping.
Dylan: Yeah. She does look peaceful. The last few months, she's been tossing and turning all night.
Dr. Anderson: Mm. Well, the pregnancy's been very taxing on her. That's why it's important we let her rest and not be disturbed. Also, I have a little something that might put your mind at ease.
Dr. Anderson: Our staff ob-gyn ran a sonogram.
Dylan: What? What I-- is -- is the baby okay?
Dr. Anderson: Yeah. Heartbeat's normal. The weight is good. The organs are developing. Everything looks great.
Dylan: Wow. Look at that. [Chuckles softly] Little fingers. Little face. Man, this is really happening.
Dr. Anderson: [Chuckles] There's no turning back now.
Dylan: Thank you... for showing me that. I just -- I wish I could have been here for it.
Dr. Anderson: Dylan, I know this isn't the ideal way to experience Sharon's pregnancy, but don't let that diminish your happiness over this child.
Dylan: Nah, nothing -- nothing could do that.
Dr. Anderson: Do you want to know the sex of the baby?
Dylan: Uh...only if -- if Sharon -- if Sharon wants to.
Dr. Anderson: Okay. Well, I'll ask her, and I'll let you know.
Dr. Anderson: Now if you'll excuse me --
Dylan: Okay. Yeah. Just, um -- just one more thing.
Dr. Anderson: Oh, I'm sorry. I really have to be going.
Dylan: No, I know, but it's only gonna take a second. Right -- uh, right before patty died, she told Jack Abbott that she had to warn me.
Dr. Anderson: Warn you? About what?
Dylan: Well, uh, I don't know. But she risked everything to tell me that I couldn't trust somebody. Her exact words were, "he can't trust her." So, why was it so important for patty to give me that message? Who does she mean by "her"? I mean, come on. You're her doctor. You have to have some insight into what she was talking about.
Dr. Anderson: You're right. I do. Dylan, there are some things you need to know.
Nick: Hey. How you feeling?
Sage: I just had the worst nightmare. Please... [Voice breaking] Tell me that's what it was -- just a bad dream.
Sage: [Crying] No. No, no, no! No! Don't say it!
Nick: He's gone.
Sage: No. No.
Nick: Our little boy's gone.
Billy: You talk to your parents?
Victoria: Yeah. They're worried about Nick and sage... and about what's gonna happen with Newman Enterprises.
Billy: And, speaking of that, have you heard an assessment from the building inspector?
Victoria: Not yet, but dad is convinced that it's sound.
Billy: Of course he is.
Victoria: It's gonna be a while before we're back on track, and even then it might be too late. Newman's already in financial shambles because of paragon. I don't know how we're gonna salvage things.
Billy: Well, you're in luck. I might have an idea how to fix that.
Victoria: You do?
Billy: Yeah. William Abbott to the rescue, which, ironically, might also be the problem and the solution.
Dr. Anderson: I-it makes perfect sense.
Dylan: What does?
Dr. Anderson: Well, patty's feelings about Sharon. I didn't think much of it. We have problems with patients not getting along all the time.
Dylan: What, patty had a problem with Sharon?
Dr. Anderson: Patty was paranoid and delusional. She kept insisting that Sharon was the enemy.
Dylan: So, you think patty was trying to warn me about Sharon?
Dr. Anderson: Patty has a history of obsessive behavior. Sharon had become the object of her latest obsession.
Dylan: And you're just telling me this now?
Dr. Anderson: I was bound by doctor/patient confidentiality.
Dr. Anderson: Look, we did the best we could to keep the two women apart. We even put patty in isolation.
Dylan: Yeah, well, a lot of good that did.
Dr. Anderson: Listen, what happened to patty was tragic, but she wasn't able to harm Sharon or anyone else.
Dylan: Well, does Sharon know about what happened last night -- the fire, with patty?
Dr. Anderson: I-I think it's best that we keep it from her for now.
Dylan: Yes. Knowing Sharon, she'd probably blame herself for patty's death. But I still want to talk to her.
Dr. Anderson: I'll see what I can do.
Dylan: No, just -- just make it happen, okay? Or I will.
Dr. Anderson: [Sighs]
Abby: Hi! Hi! Ben's awake.
Ashley: Oh, that's amazing!
Abby: I know, right?
Abby: The doctor's in with him now.
Ashley: How did he seem?
Abby: Really good, you know, considering.
Ashley: Yeah. I know you were so worried.
Abby: I was, yeah. I was afraid he wasn't gonna wake up, and now that he has, I'm just so grateful and relieved and so happy. I want to, like, yell off of a rooftop.
Ashley: What's wrong?
Abby: I just realize that not everyone's as fortunate as me -- Paul lost his sister, Nick and sage and what they're going through, and dad with Newman.
Ashley: You can't feel guilty about that, honey. I think everybody's gonna be so thrilled that Ben is okay.
Abby: Yeah. I just -- I feel bad for everyone else.
Ashley: Well, at times like this, you just have to be grateful for your good fortune, you know? And just do whatever you can for those who are suffering.
Victoria: Okay. So, that's your plan? All of us -- the Newmans and the Abbotts, together in one building?
Billy: We're not talking about another merger here -- just, you know, sharing office space.
Victoria: I don't know, Billy.
Billy: Newman Enterprises occupies multiple floors themselves. That way your dad and I would never see each other. I mean, hell, the Newmans and the Abbotts probably wouldn't even cross paths. But the close proximity would allow for us to work together to try and eliminate the paragon threat.
Victoria: It's a generous offer, and it's very sweet.
Billy: And so you accept?
Victoria: You know I would accept in a heartbeat, but you also know that it's not my decision.
Billy: I know. We got to go through snidely.
Victoria: And dad doesn't like accepting help from anyone, especially not the Abbotts. However, if I pitch it to him just right --
Billy: Actually, I think there's only one person who could convince your dad to go along with this.
Billy: You just keep working on arranging the memorial, and I'll take care of that.
Sage: I don't know how to do it. I can't imagine living without our son. I can't do it.
Nick: We just have to. You got to take it one step at a time.
Sage: It hurts to breathe.
Nick: I know. But we're gonna get through this.
Nick: Together. That's the only way. The first thing we got to do is a memorial.
Sage: What? A-a memorial? You want me to make plans to bury our son?
Nick: No. No. Vick will take care of everything. You don't have to do anything.
Sage: Our son has not been gone one day... and you're ready to say goodbye?
Nick: Sage, we need to do this.
Sage: I don't want to talk about this, Nick! I don't want to talk about funerals and arrangements! What the hell is wrong with you?! Why is Victoria pushing this?!
Nick: Because she wants to help.
Sage: I don't want her help!
Nick: Look... we don't have to decide anything right now, okay? It's -- it's okay. Listen... I'm gonna let the nurse check you out. I'll be right outside.
Sage: I'm sorry.
Nick: It's okay. It's okay.
Sage: I-I can't do it. I can't do this. Please, not yet.
Nick: I understand.
Sage: I'm sorry.
Nick: No, it's okay. Just get some rest, okay? We'll -- we'll talk later. Okay. It's okay. I'll be right outside.
Ashley: Abby told me you're awake.
Ashley: I just wanted to thank you -- you know, for saving my life, probably more than once.
Stitch: Why'd you lie to Abby about what I told you last night?
Ashley: I thought we were gonna die. A lot of things were said that we didn't mean.
Stitch: I meant every word I said.
Ashley: You don't have to do that.
Stitch: I love you, Ashley.
Hilary: Neil. I was hoping that you'd pass by.
Neil: Here I am. So, how you feeling?
Hilary: Mm, better.
Neil: Has your memory started to return at all?
Hilary: Uh, bits and pieces. But, uh, the doctor gave me some good news. He said I can go home today... even though I have no idea where that is.
Neil: Well, I'm sure that Devon would like to have you stay with him.
Hilary: I already told him that I can't move in with him.
Neil: You could stay with me until you, you know, figure things out -- where you want to go.
Hilary: That's really nice of you, but I heard that you're seeing someone.
Neil: Yeah. Gwen. Uh, we've been seeing each other for a while now. I-I'm so sorry. I didn't mean to hurt you at a time like this.
Hilary: No. No. I-I know you would never do that. Just... I don't know how we got to this place. How could I betray you the way that you said that I did?
Neil: I know it's hard for you to accept this reality right now.
Hilary: But... I have no choice? Is that what you're trying to say?
Devon: It's a little early for that, huh?
Gwen: But it's not too early to nag me about it?
Devon: I don't mean to nag you. I'm just...trying to help.
Gwen: I got al the help I need. Thanks.
Devon: Believe me, I'm thinking about joining you, 'cause I just got back from seeing Hilary at the hospital.
Gwen: Is she still living in an alternate universe?
Devon: Yeah. I tried to tell her how much I love her, but she doesn't want to hear... that or anything I have to say. All she can think about is Neil and how much she loves him. It's like their marriage never ended.
Gwen: Well, it did. And she's gonna have to deal with that.
Devon: It must be so weird for Neil, having loved her as much as he did, and now Hilary wants things to go back to the way they were, like when they first got married.
Gwen: They can't. She doesn't get to have him back -- not after what Neil and I went through to make sure she got home to you.
Sharon: What are you doing?
Dylan: I'm sorry, man.
Dylan: Is there anything I can do for you?
Nick: Yeah. We can talk about something else.
Dylan: Uh, okay.
Nick: How's Sharon?
Dylan: Uh, actually, I just came from Fairview, and she was sleeping. I didn't really get to talk to her, but she looked, uh -- she looked good -- better than I thought she would. She's -- she's really starting to show, and I got to see the ultrasound -- sorry.
Nick: No, don't, you know? You're, uh -- [Sighs] You're gonna be a dad. You should be excited.
Dylan: In that case, uh, everything's -- everything's good.
Nick: I'm glad.
Dylan: You know, I didn't -- I didn't tell Sharon. I wasn't sure how she'd react, so...
Nick: Yeah, that's a good call. Sharon shouldn't get upset at this stage of her pregnancy.
Sharon: What were you doing just now?
Dr. Anderson: I was, uh, putting the blanket back on. You kicked it off. I didn't want you and the baby to get a chill.
Sharon: Oh. Thank you.
Dr. Anderson: I noticed it earlier when Dylan was checking in on you.
Sharon: Dylan was here?
Dr. Anderson: Yeah, he was here. We talked. You know, something that came up was that he didn't want to know the sex of the baby unless you did.
Sharon: I definitely want to know.
Dr. Anderson: Well, then I'll tell you, and you can share the news with Dylan.
Sharon: You think I should see him?
Dr. Anderson: It's time. And what better topic for you to discuss than your baby?
Sharon: So, tell me... what am I having -- a boy or a girl?
Sage: Why are you here, reverend?
Reverend Wilkins: I'm so sorry for your loss, sage. I know this is diff--
Sage: Have you ever lost a child?
Reverend Wilkins: No.
Sage: Then you have no idea how difficult this is for me. Don't tell me to feel better. I don't want to feel better. I want you to leave my room. Get out!
Nick: What's -- what's going on?
Reverend Wilkins: I-I didn't mean to upset your wife. Victoria asked me to perform your son's memorial today.
Sage: What?! Nick, today?! You want me to bury my son today?!
Ashley: We shared a very traumatic experience. It was very confusing.
Stitch: I am not traumatized or confused. I know exactly how I feel. I love you.
Ashley: Just stop saying that. That's not real. You love Abby. And she loves you. So, you can't be in love with me.
Stitch: Why not?
Ashley: I know how happy you make each other, and you're gonna have a long and happy life together.
Stitch: I want to be with you, and I know you want to be with me.
Ashley: You're gonna forget everything that happened between us.
Stitch: Can you do that?
Ashley: Yes. And so can you.
Devon: What exactly do you mean, everything you had to go through with Neil to make sure Hilary got back safe to me?
Gwen: I'm just frustrated. That's all. And I've had -- I've had too many of these.
Devon: Right, but that doesn't exactly explain what you meant.
Gwen: It's just... Neil spent so much energy trying to help you, and he was consumed by the search for Hilary, and he was just worried sick about what would turn out, and... that's all.
Devon: Okay. So, now that she's back, everything should be fine, right?
Gwen: Yeah. It should. But listen to me, Devon. Don't give up, okay? Keep fighting for your wife.
Neil: So, you should get some rest.
Hilary: Do you have to leave?
Neil: Yeah. Um, I'll check back later, okay? And if you should decide to go to the club... I'll help you get settled in to your suite, all right?
Hilary: Okay. Thanks.
Neil: Yeah. [Smooches] You take care.
Victoria: I'm gonna make sure that everything's ready in the chapel.
Billy: Okay. I'll be back for the service.
Billy: Ash, hey. I was just gonna look for you. Hey. Hey. Is this about stitch?
Ashley: No. He's fine.
Billy: Well, you're not.
Billy: Ash, what is going on with you?
Ashley: ...I'm emotional, okay? I've just been through a lot. That's all. I'm just glad that my little girl wants a future with Ben and she's happy, and I want to do everything I can to make sure she gets that.
Billy: Hey. It's okay.
Abby: Open them. Ta-da!
Stitch: Bridal magazines.
Abby: Yeah! I thought we should start planning our wedding.
Stitch: I didn't realize you wanted to dive in to this so soon.
Abby: I was ready to dive in as soon as you put this ring on my finger. I just want to give my family something to look forward to, something to be happy about. My mom is ready to plan the wedding of the year, so I thought we could start going over things while you're recovering -- you know, venues, menus, color schemes, the cake. A lot of people aren't doing traditional cakes anymore. They're doing, like, cupcakes.
Abby: I'm sorry. [Chuckles] Is this too much for you?
Stitch: No, no. Its, uh... it's gonna be great. It's -- it's great. It's gonna be great.
Dylan: Hey. It's good to see you. I wish it was in person, but I guess I'll, uh -- I guess I'll have to settle for this.
Sharon: I couldn't wait to tell you my news.
Dylan: Well, I want to hear it, but I want to know how you're feeling first.
Sharon: I feel... better. Rested.
Dylan: That's good. I'm glad to hear that.
Sharon: Dr. Anderson told me you saw the sonogram.
Dylan: [Chuckling] Yeah. It was -- it was amazing.
Sharon: That's why I'm calling, Dylan. We're having a boy.
Dylan: Uh... a boy? Well, that's -- I-I can't believe we're having -- we're having a boy.
Sharon: Isn't that exciting?
Dylan: Yeah, it is. It's exciting. It's incredible.
Sharon: Well, I wanted to give you the news myself and to let you know that your son and I are doing fine and there's nothing for you to worry about.
Dylan: Sharon is somebody there with you?
Sharon: No. I'm alone.
Dylan: Okay. You seem a little distracted.
Sharon: I'm sorry. You have my full attention.
Dylan: Are you sure everything's okay?
Sharon: Yes. It's fine -- perfectly fine.
Nick: I didn't know Vick had gotten in touch with reverend --
Sage: Don't blame Victoria! You just told me that you wanted to go ahead with the memorial!
Nick: I also said that -- that we didn't have to make any final decisions.
Sage: Which means that you decide and I go along with what you want!
Sage: But that's how it always is, Nick, because I didn't want to go to the party last night, and you convinced me to go, and I left Christian, and he died alone, without his mommy, and now you're rushing to bury our son?!
Nick: [Voice breaking] I would never want that.
Sage: Well, I'm sure you're glad about that, though, right? Then you won't have to be married to me anymore. You can go on with your life without you.
Nick: That's not what I want.
Sage: Yes, it is. Well, you got your wish, didn't you? So go. Get out! Leave me alone!! Nick, I -- Nick! Come back! [Crying] Oh, God.
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Chelsea: Adam needs his rest. This isn't a good time right now.
Christine: It's time to go to prison.
Luca: My family would like to offer their assistance with your recovery.
Phyllis: You want to save the man who put me through intense humiliation. Why in the hell would you want to save Victor?
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