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Episode # 10819 ~ Victor makes a surprising hire at Newman Enterprises; Kevin urges Billy to clean up his act; Nick makes a decision about his relationship with Sage.
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Billy: I want in.
Kevin: In on what?
Billy: This whole thing you got going on with the, uh, hacker in Geneva, the next big thing in tech.
Kevin: I don't know what you're talking about.
Billy: I overheard you talking to Mariah, so why don't you save us a lot of time and effort here, partner? Let's talk about how we can become masters of the cyber universe together.
Mariah: Ho. Ho. Ho. Holy crap. Um, excuse me? Sir? Hi. Hi, I don't know how you got in here, but I have already called the cops, and they are on their way, so you really need...
Mariah: Do I even need to ask?
Luca: I'm gonna stop by Newman this morning and look over our family's latest investment. While there, I'll arrange for offices for the two of us.
Marisa: [Chuckles] Victor would love that almost as much as your father would.
Luca: It's not up to Victor. And my father put me in charge of the Santoris' interests here. I'm offering you a job at Newman enterprises, working with me. I assume you'll say yes.
Victor: You made the right decision last night, son.
Adam: What? You thought I'd go back on our deal?
Victor: Well, I knew you wouldn't renege on that. Otherwise I would have had to have called Chelsea.
Adam: Okay, look, there's no need to make threats, okay? I'm not gong anywhere.
Victor: Good to hear.
Adam: The truth is, you went to great lengths to keep me out of prison. Having a normal life with my wife and my son is a gift. Working here with you at Newman to help rebuild the company -- that's also a gift. Very appreciative of that, too. D as far as the jabot situation is concerned, I'd say we're off to a pretty good start. I mean, as long as you would consider half a billion dollars a good start.
Victor: Uh-huh. The Abbotts had to pay a devastating amount to pay me back. And then Billy boy's out of Victoria's life. You handled it well.
Adam: Thank you. Thank you very much. I hope you'll take my advice as to what I think we should do next.
Victor: Uh-huh. So what do you think we should do next?
Sharon: [Gasps] Oh, Sage! Hi! Come in!
Sage: Hey, Sharon.
Sharon: I got my hands full here. Um, you know, if you are here looking for Nick...
Sage: No, I'm here to pick up faith, take her to "the nutcracker." I got tickets for us a few months ago, remember? I'm just trying to redeem myself for snapping at her.
Sharon: Sage, I-I'm sorry, but I didn't think that you would still be interested in doing that, so I made arrangements for faith to go with a friend from her ballet class. Didn't Nick tell you?
Sage: Oh. Well, Nick -- Nick and I aren't really talking much lately.
[Knocking on door]
Nick: Sage! Open up!
Nick: I know you're in there! Sage?
Chelsea: Nick. She's not there.
Nick: Oh. Then she must be back with you. Adam's pet project.
Chelsea: No. Uh, I went down to sign for a package earlier. When I came back up, Sage was getting on the elevator. She was headed out. I don't know where to.
Nick: Oh. Uh... all right, well, I guess I'm an idiot, and I'm sorry for the noise.
Chelsea: Well, you can hang out here calling yourself names or you can join me for a cup of coffee. Oh, come on, haven't you heard? Our place is like the official site for Christmas miracles this year. You don't want to miss out on that, do you?
Nick: Miracles, huh? You mean like Adam coming back from the dead?
Chelsea: Well, that's old news. The miracle I'm talking about actually involves your wife.
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Sharon: I'm sorry we got our wires crossed. Why don't I reimburse you for the tickets?
Sage: Oh, no, don't be silly. It's probably for the best, the way things stand, anyway.
Sharon: Thank you for being so gracious.
Sage: You know, when I was growing up, Constance used to take me to see "the nutcracker" every year. And for days afterwards, I would dance around the house, pretending I was the sugarplum fairy. I don't think that faith would have that same magical experience going with me. You know, I'm not even sure where I stand with her anymore.
Sharon: You're her stepmom.
Sage: That's very kind, Sharon, but it's getting hard to keep up the pretense since I'm not living with her father anymore.
Sharon: I haven't mentioned that to faith, and I don't think Nick has, either. You know, you're still getting through this terrible lo, but you will make it to the other side. And living apart, you know, that's temporary. It is temporary, isn't it?
Nick: Sage made these?
Chelsea: Yeah. I invited her to join us cutting out the angels, and we actually had a really nice time. Not only that -- she actually helped me decorate this place the other night after you left. Sage insisted. I couldn't say no. She was actually kind of, you know, acting like herself for a bit. It was a breakthrough, Nick. I mean, a small one, but still.
Nick: She had that with you. You and Adam.
Chelsea: And Connor. My son -- he has a huge crush on her, and I think it really lifts her spirits.
Nick: My point is, she can talk to you. And I guess she had a nice conversation with my mom the other day. You know, they had a heart-to-heart, and... a few years ago, my mom lost a baby with Jack. I guess they bonded over that. Just seems like Sage can talk to anyone these days except her husband.
Chelsea: There really hasn't been any progress between you two?
Nick: The other day, I got so frustrated, I, uh, I just wasn't gonna let her push me away anymore. I told her I missed her and I wanted her to come home with me. I pretty much demanded it.
Chelsea: That's good. And did she?
Nick: Yeah. She, uh, she stayed the night. Kind of thought we turned a corner. But then the next morning, she woke up, took all her stuff, and moved out.
Chelsea: I'm sorry. But I'm -- I'm glad that you were, you know, strong and clear about what you need.
Nick: It doesn't feel like that. Nothing's changed. In fact, it feels, like, even more impossible for us to fix things.
Chelsea: Just because Sage moved out to clear her head doesn't mean that nothing's changed. You both are going through something very traumatic and complicated.
Nick: Yeah, I know what you're gonna say next. You're gonna say Sage needs more time. Well, how much more time? And before what? She decides to make the separation permanent?
Chelsea: I can't answer that, Nick. But I will say I think Sage moving across the hall from us is a huge mistake.
Adam: I've looked into these people, and, uh, this Santori family -- this isn't the kind of family we want to be in business with, all right? They're being investigated by the U.S. Government, Spanish government alike, something about illegal arms trading, all kinds of corruption. It's no good.
Victor: They were investigated but never convicted.
Adam: Well, it's only a matter of time. Dad, look, these people -- they don't play by anyone's rules. I'm telling you that.
Victor: But all these investigations and charges have disappeared. The Santoris seem to have been flying under the radar until my grandson Noah made the egregious mistake of calling the FBI, telling them about Luca's presence.
Adam: Well, their lawyers made that go away. Unfortunately, you can't unring a bell. Noah did practice bad judgment. But the potential for trouble is always there. My point is, the Santoris are a threat to what we're trying to accomplish here at Newman. We don't need to be hiding under anyone's shadow, not while we're trying to reinvent our brand here.
Victor: I'm inclined to agree.
Adam: Good. Good. And, you know, with this new settlement that you got from jabot, right, we're not hard up for cash anymore. We don't need the Santoris' money. We don't need them telling us how to run our business. And we certainly don't need their baggage.
Victor: So you're suggesting that I return their money and not do any business with them. Is that it?
Marisa: What makes you think for one moment that I'd want to work at a big corporation?
Luca: This deal is important to our family, a family that you're still part of, in case you've forgotten. I want to make a statement right up front about who we are, what this is gonna look like.
Marisa: Victor knows who I am. He knows what I've done. What kind of statement does it make bringing someone like me into that world?
Luca: Marisa, no one cares about your past.
Marisa: Be serious. Of course they care. Not to mention I don't know anything about business. This kind, anyway. And bonus -- Victor hates me. I would be a huge liability for you.
Luca: This isn't a popularity contest. I'm going into a hostile environment. I want someone by my side who I can trust.
Marisa: A partner in business? That's all you really want out of this?
Luca: I'd have to be a fool to think I can make you fall for me again just by putting you to work. But dealing with the Newmans is going to be an exercise in patience. I expect long hours, nonstop battles, and a mountain of aggravation.
Marisa: When you put it that way, how can a woman resist?
Luca: As for your business acumen, I would pit your street smarts against all of Victor's MBAs. I think you'll surprise everyone, including yourself.
Marisa: Not you, though.
Luca: We'll make a formidable team. I'm relishing the challenge.
Marisa: I haven't said yes yet.
Luca: You will.
Luca: You have that look in your eyes. The fire. Makes me glad you're on my side.
Marisa: Who said I was? I have to do something first. Thanks for breakfast.
[Cell phone rings]
Luca: Victor, good morning. You were on my list of people to call.
Victor: Good morning, Luca. Come to my office as soon as possible. There's something we need to discuss, all right?
Luca: I look forward to it.
Noah: Victor and Luca figured out that I was the one that tipped off the FBI trying to keep Luca out of the country. Thank you. And now Marisa must know about it. I've left her a bunch of messages, but she's just ignoring me.
Mariah: Well, if she chose that slimeball over you, then it's for the best, especially if this is what it does to you. And if you got in the way of Victor and his new business partner, then you have much bigger things to worry about.
Mariah: Uh, yeah, who wants to know?
Noah: Uh, yeah, yeah. That's -- that's me. What's going on?
Mariah: FBI. Um, you're on your own. Sorry.
I understand you have some information for us.
Sharon: Are you talking divorce?
Sage: No. Not yet. But I can only assume that's where things are headed, you know?
Sharon: You know, when bad things happen, our minds can go to dark places, but you can't give up. You can't let the despair overwhelm you, because you'll end up making bad decisions, things that...you'll regret.
Sage: You -- you okay, Sharon?
Kevin: Is this what you were hinting around at the other day, making cryptic implications? I didn't know what you were talking about.
Billy: I was talking about this.
Kevin: I don't know what you think you heard, but there is no buy-in because there's no deal.
Billy: I know what I overheard. You have the inside track on a new technology that can keep a system completely hack-proof, total security for all of your data. It's like the holy grail, dude.
Kevin: It doesn't exist, dude.
Billy: This kind of innovation builds massive wealth, and I can help you. I can help you market it and -- and protect it, develop it.
Kevin: You're not listening to me. It's a pipe dream. I was talking it up in front of Mariah to make her jealous of this hot Swiss computer geek I met.
Billy: Mm-hmm. You know, you should be glad that it was me who overheard you, somebody who's been your business partner before.
Kevin: Someone who won't be my business partner again.
Billy: Oh, come on, Kev. Don't talk like that. You're my own personal tech genius, the guy who helped me resurrect paragon. Which, by the way, is something that Victor still doesn't know about. And I think that it's imperative that we keep that our little secret, don't you, 'cause he does not react well to betrayal. Or am I still being too cryptic?
Noah: Uh, thing is, I work at a bar. People like to talk, act like they know some big secret. They really don't. Other times, it's just hard to tell, is what I'm saying. And on the off chance that this story about Luca Santori was real, I thought that I should report it. But it turned out to be just some rumor, so... sorry I wasted your time.
You didn't. We've been watching these people for years. If you, uh, hear anything concrete on the Santoris, please give me a call right away.
Noah: I will. I will. Agent Gibbs.
Noah: Uh, hey, thank you for following up. Appreciate it.
Luca: Now that I'm representing the Santoris here, I assume we're meeting to discuss the next steps in our partnership.
Adam: Yeah. Something like that.
Victor: Have a seat.
Luca: Uh, before we get down to details, I'll be needing an office, one that's been refurbished since the fire. With a view, of course. I'll also require an assistant, and I've chosen Marisa. She'll need an office, as well. She's far too bright to be tending bar. Her talents are wasted there.
Victor: You're getting ahead of yourself.
Luca: Hardly. Our deal was simple. A cash infusion in exchange for a piece of Newman.
Victor: [Chuckles] About that.
Luca: What's this?
Victor: A check. I'm paying your family's investment back plus interest. Kindly tell your father that I won't be needing his money any longer.
Luca: It doesn't work like that.
Victor: I decide whether it works like that, okay?
"The young and the restless" will continue.
Marisa: I didn't want to believe it. You reported Luca to the feds, and you're still working with them!
Mariah: Noah is not a snitch. He was just --
Noah: I got this, Mariah.
Mariah: No! He didn't tell the agent any information about your arms-dealing husband. He stonewalled him.
Marisa: Am I supposed to just take your word for that?
Mariah: Excuse me?!
Noah: Give us a minute. Okay? Please.
Marisa: Are you gonna deny that you called the FBI and sent them after Luca?
Noah: I can't stand how he's been manipulating you and using your child --
Marisa: Our child, Noah! Luca's and mine!
Noah: When I found out that the Santoris are gun runners, yeah.
Marisa: You should be ashamed.
Noah: I should be ashamed? Your criminal husband has been lying to you over and over again! You can't trust the man!
Marisa: Just like I can't trust you anymore.
Noah: You don't mean that, Marisa.
Marisa: No, I do mean it. I'm quitting my job here, Noah. I'm going to work for Luca.
Luca: We have a signed contract.
Victor: You read the fine print, all right? Remember, for your future, the devil is always in the details. Both parties have a right of rescission in a three-day window. I'm exercising that as of today.
Luca: This -- this is absurd. You can't just renege.
Victor: Watch me do it. Talk to my lawyers.
Luca: Okay, you -- you have lawyers, we have lawyers. We're talking here, Victor, you and me.
Victor: I am talking, and you listen. I don't want to do any more business with your family. Is that clear?
Luca: This is more than just money to my family.
Luca: My father wants to be involved in Newman's daily operations.
Victor: The only people who have that privilege have the last name of Newman. You don't. Now, kindly take that check and exit, all right?
Luca: Perhaps you will be the voice of reason?
Adam: Well, you know, Luca, I really feel like what you're hearing from my father is the voice of reason.
Nick: I didn't know you had a problem with Sage living across the hall.
Chelsea: Well, no, it's just I think it's a mistake to create so much distance when you're trying to work through something as a couple. But Sage said she needed space, so when Adam suggested that she move into their old apartment --
Nick: So Adam came up with this idea. All right, here's what I don't get. Why is Adam suddenly so invested in where Sage lives? Why is he so concerned about her wellbeing? She was simply a means to an end for him, someone to cover his story. And now he's back being Adam, at our father's side. Doesn't any of that bother you?
Chelsea: What bothers me is Adam working with Victor again. I hate that so much of his self-esteem is wrapped up in what his father thinks of him, because that can change at any given moment.
Nick: Yeah, I know something about that.
Chelsea: But I just -- I trust that Adam knows what he's doing. And everything -- everything's gonna work out in the end.
Nick: Yeah, maybe for Adam, it will. But for me, I don't see this ending well at all.
Sage: You're so good with him, Sharon. The only kid I seem to be comfortable with is Connor.
Sharon: Well, that's probably because he's older and he doesn't remind you of...
Sage: Christian. You can say it, Sharon. I wish people didn't feel like they had to avoid it. Honestly, I don't want to go through the rest of my life shying away from babies because I'm sad or I never had one of my own. It's hard to do when people treat me like a delicate flower.
Sharon: Do you want to hold him?
Sage: Oh, no, I wasn't asking to hold him.
Sharon: No, I'm offering.
Sage: [Chuckles] The christening didn't...
Sharon: Here. You'll be fine.
Sage: Hey. Hey, little guy. Oh! First time we did this didn't go so good, huh? I never really got a good look at you. I'm gonna introduce myself, okay? I'M...
Sage: His eyes. They're so beautiful. They take my breath away.
Sharon: Well, he's looking right at you. Tell him your name.
Sage: Hey. I'm your aunt Sage, the crazy relative they let out once a year at Christmas.
Sharon: [Chuckles] I think he likes you.
Sage: I think it's a milk coma. Has nothing to do with me.
Sharon: Well, you don't give yourself enough credit. You're a natural.
Sage: We'll never know, will we?
Sharon: You know, Christian may no longer be with us, but you will always be his mother. And Cassie will always be my daughter. And when someone asks you, you say you have a son in heaven. Moving on doesn't mean that you forget about that part of your life.
Sage: I think he has his father's eyes.
Luca: Let me explain how my family works. You take money from us, we own a percentage. We own a piece of you. Nothing any contract or any lawyer says is going to change that.
Luca: Let me know when those offices will be ready.
Adam: Here's your scarf. Be in touch!
Victor: Impudent little fellow, isn't he? I paid his father back the money he sent us, plus interest.
Adam: You know what it is. He -- he represents his father. That's where the attitude comes from.
Victor: I don't give a damn, okay? Seņor Santori. Victor Newman here. There's something that you and I need to discuss.
Kevin: You're threatening to rat me out to Victor. Billy, if you even --
Billy: Look, look, look, Kevin, I need this, okay? Victoria kicked me out. I'm having court-appointed visits with my kids.
Kevin: I don't want you as an investor.
Billy: Why not?
Kevin: Because we're talking about something big and complicated and far-reaching, a way to keep bad guys and data brokers from accessing all of our personal information online. We're selling it to the highest bidder, and I want good people in on this.
Billy: Well, I don't have to understand the thing.
Kevin: I don't understand it. Not fully, anyway.
Billy: So, we'll figure it out together.
Kevin: Billy, you're looking for a winning lottery ticket, a quick fix. This isn't it. I mean, look at you. Your life is a mess.
Billy: You want to compare messes?
Kevin: Look, I get it, man. I've been there. Hell, your own brother fired you. That had to hurt. But, Billy, I worked really hard to clean up my act to make sure I would be in a position where I can handle an opportunity like this if it were to come along. I suggest you do the same thing.
Kevin: And, Billy? It's not personal.
Noah: Marisa, I love you. I was --
Noah: I was trying to protect you.
Marisa: Not another word.
Noah: Look, I acted like an ass, okay? I kept things from you. I'm sorry.
Marisa: I've kept things from you, too. But always to protect you! Never to hurt you or someone close to you!
Noah: That's not what I was trying to do! How do you not see that?
Marisa: You know, for as much as you rail against Victor, you act just like he does. Instead of dealing with things head on, you lash out at my husband? A real man admits his mistakes!
Noah: Oh, your -- your idea of a real man -- Luca? That's -- that's your idea -- give me a break!
Marisa: There's nothing left between us.
Noah: You don't mean that, Marisa. You don't.
Marisa: Goodbye, Noah.
Noah: Marisa, what are you doing? Why don't you just stay here and talk to me for a second? You can't just walk away from this, Marisa!
Mariah: You heard her. It's over. Let her go.
Noah: How do you do that? I mean, how -- how do you get so close to somebody, closer than I've ever felt to anybody before, and then just [Snaps fingers] Flip it off like it's a switch? I-I'm sorry. I can't do this right now.
Mariah: Noah, please. Please don't go after her! You're only gonna make it worse! [Sighs]
Sage: [Humming] Nick.
Nick: Uh, this is not, you know, what you think. I wasn't tracking you down or anything. It was just, uh, just an accident that we ran into each other here.
Nick: No. That's a no. It's my curse. I'm a terrible liar. You'd never know I was Adam's brother.
Sage: So, it's not a coincidence that we're here?
Nick: No, I was tracking you down. I went to your place first. Made an ass of myself, banging on your door.
Sage: You did?
Nick: Yeah, but your neighbor was very cool about it. I think she just didn't want me to wake up Connor. Chelsea said that you guys had a nice time. You made some Christmas angels, and she showed them to me. Talked to my mom. She said she had a nice visit with you. Makes me happy.
Nick: Just, you know, I really heard you when you said you needed space.
Sage: But you're here.
Nick: [Sighs] Yeah, I'm here.
Sage: You know, the thing about space... it can be very lonely.
Billy: Yeah, yeah, give me, uh, give me pharaoh's curse in the eighth. 50 grand. Can you cover it? No, no, I know it's a long shot, gil. I do, but... yeah, 60 to 1. I got it. But -- look, this would pay $3 million, and that would be huge for me right now. Besides, I got a good feeling about this one.
Marisa: Tiny hamburgers.
Noah: No. These are Wisconsin beef sliders with good, old-fashioned Wisconsin cheese.
Noah: Yes. Sliders. Because, uh, you see, they slide right in your mouth.
Noah: Yeah, sometimes not, though.
Marisa: Let me.
Noah: That's really big.
Marisa: I think Nick should stand...here.
Noah: Right here?
Noah: Okay. So Sage would be -- let's see. Right here.
Marisa: It's gonna be really romantic. The lighting, the music... and the flowers, the moon shining down on them. Can you picture it?
Noah: Sure. Got the most beautiful view in the park right here.
Noah: I keep on going back to that day a few days ago when you kissed me when you went out to go get some supplies. I-I don't know why, but I just -- I felt like that was the last time I was ever gonna see you again. But, you know, I realized... just how bleak my life would be without you in it. I think that's when I knew... I'm falling in love with you, Marisa.
Noah: The moment that I laid eyes on you... everything changed.
Marisa: I knew there was a reason I came here. It was you.
[Knock on door]
Luca: Are you all right?
Marisa: [Sighs] No.
Luca: Do you want to be alone?
Adam: I take it the Santoris wouldn't budge.
Victor: Yeah. We need to find a way to make sure that we make these people understand we're not gonna do business with them.
Victor: Noah, I'm sorry. We're in the middle of something, okay?
Noah: It'll just take a minute. Look, the FBI -- they came to me asking me questions, but I didn't say anything. I want you to know that, okay? I didn't say anything. I told them what I know about Luca, that was just a rumor. So -- so they don't know anything.
Victor: You shouldn't have talked to the FBI.
Adam: You know what? We should, um... see what he has to say.
Noah: I didn't start this, okay? I did not start this. The FBI -- they've been investigating the Santoris for years. Now, the agent told me to come to him if I have anything concrete.
Victor: Noah, listen carefully. Under no circumstances will you talk to the FBI. Is that clear?
Adam: You know what? Listen, we're trying to get rid of the Santoris, too.
Noah: I thought you just formed some kind of partnership with them.
Adam: Well, we did. That was then. This is now. That was the only, you know, deal we had. We have other deals. Now we don't need them, so we're trying to get out of it. They're not gonna go quietly, unfortunately.
Victor: Why are you telling him that?
Noah: Why are you telling me that?
Adam: Because I have an idea, an idea that can make all of our problems go away, and, Noah, you'd be right in the center of it.
Victor: Let's hear it.
Sharon: You're my miracle boy. You know that? Yeah. Hmm. The answer to a prayer. You helped me heal. Now you're helping Sage, too. And I'm so happy to be your mommy.
Nick: You know you're not alone, right? No matter what happens. You got me. I'm not going anywhere.
Sage: Stop talking.
Billy: He came in last? I mean, how is that even possible? It was a fast track. He had a great jockey. I -- [Sighs] No, no, look, no more today, okay? Tony, let me have another one of these.
Chelsea: Billy. You're gambling again?
Billy: Don't -- don't start, all right?
Chelsea: Look, look, I know Jack fired you, but this is not the way to deal with it.
Billy: Oh, great. So you gonna tell me how to live my life, how to handle my business now? Is that it?
Chelsea: Well, to me, it looks like you're not handling it at all.
Billy: Well, you don't get a say anymore, do you, ever since you slept with, uh, "Gabe"? I hope that's working out for you.
Marisa: I broke up with Noah. What he did, calling the FBI, I just... [Sighs] I couldn't take anymore.
Luca: I remember the y you walked out of my life and disappeared. I had to wear mask in front of my family and pretend I didn't care. But inside? I was devastated.
Marisa: I was young and careless. I'm so sorry, Luca.
Luca: No. I forgave you a long time ago. I know what drove you away. My family made you miserable. Marisa, I'd rather you were happy than trapped with me out of a sense of obligation. Let's not dwell on the past, my love. We have too much to look forward to.
Adam: So, the first thing we do is get Noah a job here. You'll be working with us.
Victor: You know you made some mistakes, don't you, son?
Noah: I do, yeah. I acted like a fool where Marisa is involved. But you know what? Give me a chance to make up for it.
Adam: Noah will be our, uh, liaison with Luca and Marisa. You'll be on the inside, right? Get us some information, we can get rid of the Santoris.
Noah: Okay. I'm in.
Victor: Son, do you know how dangerous these people are?
Noah: That's right. Which is why they're not gonna suspect that a nice, decent guy like me is gonna be any threat. They're not gonna see it coming. I messed up. I owe this to our family. Please let me do this. I promise you I'm not gonna let you down.
Victor: [Sighs] You're a chip off the old block, aren't you, hmm?
Noah: That a yes?
Victor: Welcome back, my boy.
Adam: There you go. Welcome.
Noah: Thank you.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Adam: Your job is to bring down Luca and get the Santori family out of our business.
Noah: Guess I'm officially Newman's secret weapon.
Chelsea: The kind of love that you and Billy have, it is a rare thing. Isn't he worth fighting for?
Abby: You already smell like booze.
Billy: Celebrating Jack firing me.
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