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Episode # 10802 ~ Sharon gets closer to the truth; Gwen forces Neil's hand; Dr. Anderson moves in on Nick.
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Devon: Gwen, are you really gonna be jealous of a woman who was in a coma?
Gwen: Why shouldn't I be? I mean, Neil is slipping away, and I knew that this was gonna happen. I knew it. When they were spending so much time together and being so close and the guilt -- all the guilt since this whole thing started.
Devon: What does Neil have to be guilty for?
Gwen: Nothing. [Sighs] Just he was angry that you and Hilary and cheated on him, and he wanted you guys to suffer.
Devon: And he forgave us at our wedding.
Gwen: Great. So let's -- let's just drop it, all right?
Devon: No. We're not gonna drop it. I want to know what you know. Is there anything? I mean, you need to tell me.
Gwen: Are you looking for another reason why the people we love are upstairs in a hotel room together?
Devon: No. I'm looking for the reason why you're lying to me right now.
Hilary: You never stopped saving me. E:
[Door opens, closes]
Nick: Sage, I'm home!
Sage: Over here. Sorry. I...must have dozed off.
Nick: Yeah. You know, it's beautiful outside. You want to walk down to the stables, feed the horses some carrots? Jupiter's never said no.
Sage: It's a little chilly.
Nick: I can build a fire... make some popcorn, just watch some movies.
Sage: Maybe this weekend.
Nick: Sage, I can't do this. Avoidance, the pretending -- I can't do it. Christian was an amazing little soul. He was so brave. I know it's hard... but we need to be brave, too.
Dylan: Yeah, I knew you'd be happy to hear Hilary's been found. She's got a ways to go, but she's safe.
Sharon: She was so beautiful at her wedding.
Dylan: She was. And so were you, by the way. So, tell me -- how you doing? How's -- how's our little bears fan?
Sharon: We are doing so well. Every day I'm more and more excited to meet our son, and he feels the same way. He's just as excited to meet you.
Dylan: Y-yeah. Well, I don't -- I don't think I can wait that long. I want to come visit for -- for thanksgiving and make it a real holiday.
Sharon: Um, faith was busy picking out baby names. How's she doing?
Dylan: She's, uh -- she's okay. She's a strong little girl.
Sharon: Well, why would she need to be strong? What's happened?
Dylan: [Sighs] I'm sorry, Sharon. There's really no easy way to say this. Nick and sage lost their baby.
Sharon: No! No, no, no, no, no!
Sage: I don't want to be brave right now.
Nick: I miss him.
Sage: I don't want to talk about it. Faith drew this for Christian?
Sage: Can you please put that down?
Nick: [Voice breaking] There's so much love in this... that we can learn from faith. Sage, we can get through this, but we're gonna have to do it together instead of what we're doing now.
Sage: So I'm not doing it right -- is that it?
Nick: Everyone grieves in their own way.
Sage: Okay. So let me grieve how I want to and don't force me to share your grief for our son.
Nick: I'm not.
Sage: Yes, you are, nick. You want to talk about it and you want to look at pictures that faith drew for him, and I don't want to, okay? He's gone. That's it.
Nick: I don't want to push you, but I feel like you're shutting me out.
Sage: And I feel like you have all these expectations of how I should be feeling and what I should be doing, like there's some blueprint for grief that normal families go through that I -- that I never did.
Nick: There's no expectations, I swear. I just... I need you right now, and I know you need me as much. Look, after Cassie died, I imploded --
Sage: Nick, I'm so sorry... that you had to bury a child before and you have to relive this hell again... but that does not give you the right to tell me how to deal with my son's death.
Sharon: [Crying] No, no, no! The baby's gone? Wh-what happened?
Dylan: Sharon, I-I'm here, okay? We can talk about it. Just try to calm down.
Dr. Anderson: Relax. Breathe. Remember our breathing exercises. Deep breaths. [Breathes deeply]
Dylan: Are you with me? Is somebody else there?
Dr. Anderson: No.
Sharon: No, no. I-I'm sorry. Um... it's just so sad. I-I know how much nick and sage wanted that little boy, and to lose your baby -- the pain is overwhelming.
Dr. Anderson: It's time for therapy.
Dylan: I know Cassie's death devastated you, and I know Christian's death can take you there, but... I'm here. And you -- you can talk to me. And we have an amazing son that's coming really soon, so just hold on to that, okay? Hold on to the love and the life that we're gonna get to have with our son.
Dr. Anderson: Hey. That's it. Okay.
Sharon: Dylan, I love you.
Dylan: I love you.
Sharon: I have to go. I'm gonna be late for therapy.
Dylan: Then -- then be late. I just -- I just want to make sure you're okay. What? What is this? Is this Neville?
Devon: If you're gonna lie to me, you're gonna have to do better than this.
Gwen: I'm not the problem. Your wife is.
Devon: My wife is trying to get her life back.
Gwen: By hanging all over Neil? She trashed his life, and now she's all about the love, and Neil is so concerned about his cheating, lying ex that he's more than happy to be there for her.
Devon: Okay. You just need to relax.
Gwen: You need a reality check. How do you not see that there's a very real possibility that Hilary and Neil will ride off together in the sunset?
Devon: Because I know my wife, and I know that she will remember the love that we share together.
Gwen: Your wife... broke her vows when she was married to Neil. What makes you think she won't do the same to you, especially when she doesn't remember taking them?
[Cell phone chimes]
Devon: This could be it.
Devon: Dylan thinks he has a lead.
Gwen: What kind of lead -- Neville?
Devon: I don't know, but maybe when we nail the guy who kidnapped Hilary, she can finally be able to get her life back, and so will you.
Neil: No. No, I can't do this.
Hilary: Why not?
Neil: I'll give you two very, very good reasons why not -- Devon and Gwen. Okay? I don't feel right about this. I can't hurt my son or the woman that I'm in a relationship with.
Hilary: We were married, Neil. Okay? We loved each other. And whatever I did with Devon, Neil, in my heart, you are still my husband.
Neil: I shouldn't have let this happen. I took this way too far.
Hilary: We are not doing anything wrong, okay? We just -- we love each other.
Neil: Maybe -- maybe I did this for payback to Devon -- what he did to me.
Hilary: No. That kiss -- that was not payback. Okay? You felt it. You still want me. And if even just a little part of your motivation is to get back and Devon, you have every right. After what your son did to you, who would blame you?
Neil: No. No. This isn't gonna happen.
Hilary: Why? Because you feel guilty?
Neil: Well, that's a pretty good reason.
Hilary: You must think I'm horrible.
Neil: No. I think you're confused.
Hilary: I know how I feel. Okay? Neil, you're trying to be so fair and honorable. But did Devon ever once worry about being fair to you? Huh? Has Devon ever paid for how he hurt you?
Neil: You know, from the moment that you fell over that cliff, he's been paying for it. And now that you're back and you can barely remember his first name, he is still paying for it. I've watched my son. He's been beat down. He's a broken man. But somehow, he's managed to pick up the pieces and put things back together again. Trust me -- he has been punished. And then there's Gwen. She's an innocent victim in all this. You do know that?
Hilary: Come on, Neil. Can you really say that what you and Gwen have is the same as what we share?
Neil: What Gwen and I have... it's very close.
Hilary: But I'm back now. And I still love you. Come on. Is there no chance?
Neil: I'm sorry.
Devon: Hey. What do we got? Where's the son of a bitch that took Hilary?
Dylan: Our guy -- our guy's right there.
Devon: Now, where is the signal coming from?
Dylan: They're hospital meds. Kevin hooked me up with the link to the trackers that we put on the meds a while back. There has not been any activity at all until right now. I'm betting it's dr. Neville.
Devon: Which means he's still here in Genoa city.
Neil: Ah. There she is. I'm glad you're still here.
Gwen: Lucky me. Got a few extra seconds?
Neil: Listen, I hope you understand that I'm not ignoring you here.
Gwen: Yeah, no. I understand. Poor confused Hilary just doesn't know who her current husband is. Maybe if we take all the pills and throw them down her throat at once, she'll get a clue.
Neil: Okay. Okay. Hilary is lucky to be alive.
Gwen: And to have you by her side 24/7, holding her hand every step of the way.
Neil: Okay. I -- in case you've forgotten, um...
Gwen: Is that supposed to be a joke? Because I feel like I'm the only one that hasn't forgotten who's in a relationship with who.
Neil: Yeah, but, sweetie, we owe Hilary a huge, huge debt of gratitude here.
Gwen: I'm sorry, but I just cannot work up a whole lot of gratitude for a woman who is that delusional.
Neil: I know how difficult this is for you, and I'm sorry that it's hurting you. But, you see, I have to do what I have to do to help us both.
Gwen: And hanging with Hilary is just a perk?
Neil: How about drop the attitude and remember that she lied to the police to protect us?
Gwen: What about me lying to the police to protect you?
Sage: [Sighs] I'm sorry I said that. That was uncalled for.
Nick: Well, I'm sorry... for upsetting you. Sage, I don't want to push you. But I need -- I would like us to find a way to get through this together.
Sage: [Voice breaking] So would I.
Nick: I'm not great at asking for help, but I need -- I need you to help me get us through this.
Sage: [Crying] I don't know how to do it.
Nick: I don't, either, but I know we can't keep doing this.
Sage: What are you saying?
Nick: I'm saying there's only one thing we can do.
Sharon: [Crying] Why is one baby taken and the other one not? Why does one survive and the other one doesn't?
Dr. Anderson: You have to focus on yourself right now and your very healthy little boy.
Sharon: I've done everything -- everything -- I can to give this baby a good start, but what if something happens -- something that's out of my control?
Dr. Anderson: Sharon, Sharon, this is counterproductive.
Sharon: And these fragile little lives -- they're just so delicate. Anything could go wrong.
Dr. Anderson: But they won't. You have made all the best decisions about your care and your baby's. Every test shows that your son is perfectly healthy and that you'll carry to term. Your only job now is to look forward to being a mother again.
Sharon: But what if?
Dr. Anderson: [Sighs] You don't have to worry.
Sharon: [Sighs] I wish I could be as confident.
Sharon: My baby really is okay, isn't he?
Dr. Anderson: Absolutely. D-Dylan shouldn't have upset you.
Sharon: But I needed to know the truth.
Dr. Anderson: Well, the truth is important, but there's a time and a place for it.
Sharon: I feel so bad for nick and sage. I-I wonder how they feel right now.
Dr. Anderson: You're stressed. Rest will help, and so will your meds.
Sharon: But didn't I...just have my shot an hour ago?
Dr. Anderson: No. Y-you see? You're confusing things again. Overstimulation will do that. But not to worry -- we will take care of it.
Sharon: Thank you, doctor.
Dr. Anderson: Okay. This will make all the difference.
Sharon: I hope Dylan's not upset. He lost a baby, too, once, you know, and it makes him so sad. That's why our baby is so important.
Dr. Anderson: Look, you need to get your sleep.
Sharon: I love Dylan so much. And I should tell him -- I want to tell him -- that this baby's gonna make everything okay. I'll call him back.
Dr. Anderson: No, no. Dylan knows how much you love him, Sharon. No more calls today. You've already been upset, and that is not good for the baby, and he's our first priority, right?
Sharon: The baby.
Dr. Anderson: That's better.
Dr. Anderson: Sharon, you're a strong, brave woman, but you're not ready to handle things yet. Luckily for you, I can take care of everything.
Neil: You're an amazing woman. You are. You know, all your love and support -- the risks that you've been taking. And I know -- I know it's strange how we got here, but I really need you to be that incredible woman just a little while longer, okay? You have no idea what Hilary is really dealing with here.
Gwen: Enough with Hilary. I did everything because I love you, not so you could get back together with your ex-wife, who broke your heart.
Neil: I understand. There's no reconciliation there.
Gwen: She's still in love with you.
Neil: No. She only thinks that she's in love with me.
Gwen: And you keep holding her hand, telling her everything's gonna be okay.
Neil: Yes, I'm holding her hand, but have you forgotten that we still need her -- I still need her to clear my name?
Gwen: But the more time you spend with her, the more dependent she becomes. You're just feeding in to the delusion.
Neil: [Sighs] She's remembering things. Yeah.
Gwen: Why didn't you say --
Neil: She's remembering some of the things about Devon. But she doesn't remember how she felt about him.
Gwen: So, she remembers being with Devon but not loving him? So, she's still in love with you?
Neil: She says she is, yes, but I think, given time, this whole thing is gonna --
Gwen: Given time? No. No more time. This is out of control, Neil. I mean, maybe she doesn't remember loving Devon because she never loved him. Maybe she doesn't know what love is. Maybe she's still the heartless, manipulative bitch...
Neil: Okay. All right.
Gwen: ...Who came to this town --
Neil: No. Shh! Shh! That's enough. Come on.
Gwen: Of course you defend her. Is Hilary the only one stuck in this time warp, Neil, or are you right there with her?
Gwen: Oh, my God. You want Hilary back.
Devon: Now, all we have is a dot. Anyone could have grabbed the meds. We don't know for sure if it's Neville.
Dylan: Okay. Here's what we do know -- the trackers that were left weren't on I.V. Fluids. They were on pharmaceuticals. And some of these pharmaceuticals are the same that dr. Neville's been using on Hilary.
Devon: Then we got him.
Dylan: Well, whoever stole the medication knew where the security cameras were, and they hid their face, so I can't say 100% for sure, but there is a chance.
Devon: It stopped moving now.
Dylan: Where -- where is this?
Devon: That's where the club is. Dr. Neville's at the club. So's Hilary, though. Let's go!
[Knock on door]
Dr. Neville: People are usually a little happier to see their doctor make a house call.
Hilary: What are you doing here?
Dr. Neville: You're my patient.
Hilary: You mean your guinea pig. I collapsed after I took those pills.
Dr. Neville: Most unfortunate.
Hilary: I ended up in the hospital.
Dr. Neville: Even more unfortunate -- the place is an insufferable barrel of monkeys. In any case, in light of your recent pathology, I would request that you remain calm. Stress isn't good for you.
Hilary: Okay. Then you should go away.
Dr. Neville: Oh, I'm afraid I can't do that. Nope. No, no, no, no. I'm here to help.
Hilary: Pack up your stuff and get out!
Dr. Neville: Mrs. Hamilton, I really do wish you would try to remain calm.
Hilary: I am calling security.
Dr. Neville: If you do, it's a mistake. Security can't get you your life back. I can -- though I do appreciate your reticence. You never should have passed out.
Hilary: Yeah, well, I did.
Dr. Neville: Well, neuroreceptors are tricky things. Actually, they're quite fickle little buggers, which is why we are going to chemically tweak the ion channels threading their way through the sleep centers of your brain.
Hilary: There is no way that I'm taking any more of your drugs.
Dr. Neville: I'm afraid I must insist. As I say, I understand your pain, your fear, but I promise you, everything you want is on the other side of it, and I am the man to get you there.
Hilary: I am fine!
Dr. Neville: No, but you will be, as long as you follow my instructions, take your medication, and allow me to run a few tests at my motel -- south lake motel. My equipment is there.
Hilary: You do know that the police are looking for you, right?
Dr. Neville: Yes. Actually, I've received numerous messages from both Neil and Gwen. They seemed rather frantic.
Hilary: Okay. Then why are you risking everything by staying in Genoa city?
Dr. Neville: To help you.
Hilary: But why?
Dr. Neville: Mrs. Hamilton, can't you just take the medication?
Hilary: No. It doesn't make any sense. Why are you risking everything to help a stranger?
Dr. Neville: [Sighs] Believe it or not, growing up in Oakburg, Ohio, I wasn't always popular. When you're getting the stuffing kicked out of you on a daily basis, confidence is hard to come by. My mother was my saving grace. [Chuckles] Like you, she wasn't a saint, somewhat complicated, but she was kind. And she was as bright and constant as... a star in the night sky. When I was a teenager, she became ill -- very ill. Ended up in a coma. For five years, I watched that light turn in to A... firefly trapped in a jar. I remember where I was when that light went out. I remember what I was looking at. I remember thinking... "wouldn't it be wonderful if I could take the lid off the jar and put the stars back up in the sky, where they belong?"
Hilary: Is that why you became a doctor?
Dr. Neville: That's why I dedicated myself to a very particular fight -- to freeing people who are trapped, just like you were, when others in the medical community would just as soon... walk away.
Hilary: You were banned from the hospital. The police are looking for you. You might lose your medical license. I mean, aren't you afraid?
Dr. Neville: [Chuckles] Purpose, Mrs. Hamilton, purpose. Trouble doesn't scare me. Ignorance does.
Hilary: This is crazy.
Dr. Neville: Well, sometimes "crazy" saves lives.
Gwen: Just tell me the truth. You owe me that much.
Neil: [Inhales deeply] [Exhales sharply] All right. The truth? Yes. There's a part of me that's actually drawn back to Hilary.
Gwen: That first night when you finagled the dinner at my house -- all that stupid gushing about the pasta primavera -- it was about Hilary then, too. You used me.
Neil: No. I actually have real feelings for you. What's happening with Hilary right now is so unexpected.
Gwen: She cheated on you -- with your son.
Neil: But a part of me really believes that she's genuinely sorry for turning to Devon. Maybe her heart was mine all along. M-maybe this affair that she had with Devon was a mistake that spiraled out of control. I don't know.
Gwen: Or maybe she's messing with your head. Remember who she is. Neil, remember what she did to you.
Neil: I do remember. And I remember what we had together. And that is why -- I know this sounds crazy, but that is why I feel like I need to somehow maybe go after this.
Gwen: You're breaking up with me?
Neil: [Sighs] Look --
Devon: Where's Hilary?
Neil: Um, I-I -- in her room. I just left her.
Devon: You were supposed to stay with her!
Neil: Yeah, but she's fine.
Devon: No, the hell she is! Dylan's been tracking dr. Neville!
Dylan: She could be with him right now.
Neil: Oh, that's not a good thing. All right. Let's go.
Gwen: You're leaving right now?
Neil: Yeah. Well, I know this isn't good timing, but Neville -- I have to find out if --
Gwen: Leave right now and you will regret this.
Devon: Hilary?! Hilary! Is she here?
Dylan: She's gone.
Nick: I convinced her to come to the...Halloween party. So, because of me, she wasn't with Christian. I'm afraid she blames me.
Sage: I was so afraid. I had so many fears about losing Christian. And...now he's gone. So maybe it was my fault somehow.
Nick: I need to talk about what happened... about Christian.
Sage: If I say one more word or I hear one more word about it, I'm gonna crack... wide open.
Nick: I try and have a conversation with her. She just shuts down -- tunes me out or runs away.
Sage: In my dream, Christian -- he's calling out to me. But I can't get to him. I can't help him. I can't save him no matter what I do.
Nick: Why didn't you ever say that?
Sage: Because I was afraid.
Nick: Afraid of what?
Sage: Afraid that you'd leave me.
Nick: I go to bed and wake up wondering if I already lost you.
Sage: Well, maybe that's what you really want.
Nick: Why would you think that?
Sage: Because I lied to you. I lied to you about Adam, and you were upset, and you had every right to be. It was a huge lie. And maybe you just stayed married to me because Christian was born early and he was sick. And now that he's gone...
Nick: Sage, I am never leaving you.
Sage: Nick, I want to believe that.
Nick: If we both want this marriage... then why do we feel so far apart?
Sage: I think I know why.
Dr. Anderson: How's our little angel doing?
Nurse Stephens: Getting stronger and sweeter every day.
Dr. Anderson: I'm so glad to hear that. I have big plans for that little boy.
Sage: Christian was... a promise... for us. He's what kept us together. And now that he's gone, I'm just a woman who lied to you, and so now you can leave. My grief is for...my son and the life that he will never have, but my grief is also for you and me and the life that we will never have together.
Nick: We can have that life. It's what I want.
Sage: But then why do I feel like you're just waiting for a moment to go and be free?
Nick: I don't want to mess up. Cassie's death knocked the life right out of me. I was angry and upset. I shut down. I made every mistake you could make. Sharon turned to me for help, and I turned my back on her. I dealt with my grief by dealing out even more grief to everyone around me, and it cost me my marriage. I don't want to make the same mistakes. But I don't know how to navigate through this. I don't know what to say, 'cause when I -- every time I say something, it's wrong, so I don't say anything. But I'll say this again. I meant my vows. Sage, you didn't just save me from a bear trap. You saved me. And I love you.
Sage: [Crying] I love you, too.
Sharon: And faith... she is going to be "an epic big sister" -- her words. And Mariah and Noah -- they are so excited to meet their new baby brother. And between you and me... I think you already have dibs on your daddy's heart. Everyone is so excited to meet you.
Nick: Thanks for coming with me. Was it good for you?
Sage: [Chuckles softly] Yeah. I'm glad we went.
Dr. Anderson: Nick.
Nick: Oh, hey, dr. Anderson. Uh, this is Sharon's psychiatrist. This is my wife, sage.
Sage: Oh, it's very nice to meet you.
Dr. Anderson: Hi.
Nick: How's Sharon doing?
Sage: Can you ask that?
Dr. Anderson: [Chuckles] Not to worry. Sharon's given me permission to speak about her condition with faith's other parent and guardian.
Nick: She's doing well?
Dr. Anderson: Well, I see improvement with every session. Of course, she's over the moon about the new baby, counting the days until she can hold that perfect little bundle of joy in her arms.
Sage: Um, excuse me.
Dr. Anderson: Oh. Nick, I-I heard about your baby boy. I'm so sorry.
Neil: No sign of her anywhere.
Devon: There's nothing here! What if this Neville guy kidnapped Hilary?
Dylan: I'll check security footage.
Devon: ...What -- what was -- what were you thinking? The deal was that you stay in the room with her -- you don't let Hilary out of your sight.
Neil: I know. I know.
Devon: Why would you leave her alone?
Neil: I know. I shouldn't have. I-I'm sorry.
Devon: I mean, what could have possibly happened to make you walk out on her?
Neil: I made a mistake.
Devon: Dad, it's a mistake that could cost her her life! We don't know what this Neville guy could do to her!
Neil: No, it's all right, because he wouldn't hurt her.
Devon: And how the hell do you know that?
Dylan: I don't care if you're not supposed to do it. Get the surveillance footage. We need to find your boss' wife.
Hilary: I'm right here... safe and sound.
Dylan: Did you -- did you see dr. Neville?
Dylan: Are you okay? Did he harm you?
Hilary: No. No. I'm fine.
Dylan: Look, I know he's the link to whoever kidnapped you, but he already gave you drugs that landed you in the hospital. Why would you go see him again?
Hilary: Because I want to get to the truth, too.
Dylan: Well, did you learn anything?
Hilary: No, besides the fact that dr. Neville is a bit...odd. He did say that he might be going back to his hometown -- someplace in Ohio called Oakburg.
Dylan: Was he leaving soon?
Hilary: Uh, I think he might already be gone.
Neil: Neville's a doctor. He's been trained to help people. He would never hurt Hilary.
Dylan: He was being paid by whoever kidnapped Hilary. I don't have a lot of faith in the man's ethics.
Neil: Well, I mean, don't you think he -- he could have caught the first bus to anywhere, but he's been sneaking up here to help Hilary get better.
Devon: Or he's afraid and trying to cover his tracks and wants to get rid of the sole witness and victim of his crime.
Neil: Okay. Well, if he wanted to do that, wouldn't he have done something bad to Hilary when he met her the first time in the park? No. He gave her medication to help her stay alive.
Devon: Right, and then she ended up in the hospital because of that. Why are you defending him?
Neil: Okay, look, man -- all I'm trying to do is tell you that I think he's dedicated to what he does. That's it.
Devon: Dad, you're talking like you know this man personally. What's the deal with that?
Gwen: Go ahead. Tell him the truth. Or I will.
Dr. Anderson: I'm so sorry. I-I should have been more sensitive.
Nick: It's okay. It's not your fault. How did you even know about Christian?
Dr. Anderson: Dylan McAvoy. We discussed the issue at some length. He wanted to inform Sharon of the child's death. He was very concerned as to how she would take the news.
Nick: Not well?
Dr. Anderson: Not well at all, I'm afraid to say. But you seem to be holding it together quite well. How on earth are you managing?
Nick: Just one foot in front of the other. Some days are harder than others.
Dr. Anderson: Well, if you ever want to talk, I'd be happy to help you work through this. I believe I offer A... unique perspective.
Nurse Stephens: It's all right, sweet boy. Everything's gonna be just fine. Dr. Anderson knows exactly what she's doing. She can't wait for you to meet your new mommy. [Chuckles]
Sharon: Where's my little acrobat? I haven't felt a kick or a somersault in -- since... oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Oh! There's no baby! There's no baby?! There's no baby! [Breathing heavily]
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Cane: I need to clear my name, and I need your help to do it.
Hilary: Neil -- he really does care for you.
Gwen: Not anymore. He made his choice, so I made mine.
Nick: Well, I appreciate you coming by, dad. Was there another reason you came?
Victor: Yeah. It's about Adam.
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