Y&R Transcript Friday 1/13/17

Y&R Transcript Friday 1/13/17

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Hilary: [Sighs] Thank you.

Devon: Hey. Good morning.

Hilary: Hey.

Devon: Hey.

Hilary: What time is it?

Devon: It's about 8:00. Nurses came in...an hour ago and brought me breakfast, but you slept through it.

Hilary: [Chuckles] That probably wasn't a bad thing.

Devon: I got you some coffee.

Hilary: [Sighs] Thank you. I am gonna need it. So, how did you sleep?

Devon: I slept all right. I had a bunch of crazy dreams.

Hilary: Good ones, I hope.

Devon: I couldn't even tell you, to be honest, because I don't remember. It's been the case since the accident. I don't remember anything past us leaving to go to the benefit.

Hilary: All that matters now is that you're here with me and you are getting stronger every day.

Devon: Yeah. I definitely feel much better than I did before. You, on the other hand...

Hilary: I just -- I slept on my neck funny. I'll be fine.

Devon: Honey, you should have went home last night. You didn't have to stay here with me.

Hilary: Devon, there's something that you need to know. There's no way that I'll leave your side. Not now. Not ever.

Neil: I just hope he's up and ready to see us, you know?

Lily: Yeah, me, too. I was relieved they took him from ICU last night. What a nightmare.

Neil: Yeah.

Lily: How much longer do we have to go on pretending?

Neil: Well, as long as it takes. The doctors warned us that we should not push him.

Lily: I know, I know, I know. We can't stress him out.

Neil: No. He's got a lot of healing to do.

Lily: Dad, I know. I would never intentionally hurt him. You know that.

Neil: I do know that. We can't afford any slip-ups, either.

Lily: I understand. But I still think he deserves to know that Hilary's the reason he crashed his car.

Neil: Well, we're gonna have to wait until he can handle it. We're gonna have to grin and bear it and pretend like everything is fine. You got that?

Would you care to comment on Devon Hamilton's accident?

Jack: You're from the inquisitor, right? No comment.

Is it true he was drinking at your benefit on new year's eve the night he wrecked his car?

Jack: No. Comment.

Why would alcohol be served at a fundraiser for a foundation that helps people with addictions like alcoholism?

Jack: Again... no comment. And no more questions.

Jill: Well, from what I've heard about the accident, Devon is lucky to be alive.

Cane: Yeah, the cop said he was doing over 100 when he hit the ice.

Jill: What the hell was he doing driving that fast?!

Cane: He was driving in a rage. Pure adrenaline. That's what he was doing.

Jill: Oh, yeah. Hilary. Hilary. That woman is poison. If ever a couple didn't belong together, it's those two. [Sighs]

Billy: What's a six-letter word for "overworked"?

Victoria: A crossword puzzle, Billy? Seriously?

Billy: No, I'm not doing a crossroad puzzle, but I am wondering if you're ever gonna take a break.

Victoria: No, not when we have a huge P.R. Campaign coming out for a new product, I'm not.

[Cell phone rings]

Billy: Can you, uh, pass me my phone, please?

Victoria: Why is Reed calling you? Hey, honey, is everything all right?

Reed: Mom, yeah, no. I'm -- I'm fine. I-I just called to reach Billy. Could you give him his phone so I can talk to him, please?

Victoria: Yeah, sure.

Billy: Hey, man, what's going on?

Reed: Remember that essay I told you about?

Billy: Yep.

Reed: Yeah, well, it's due tomorrow. Um, I could use a little help. Are you free?

Billy: Uh, I have a lot going on here at work, but if you want to come by the office, I'm sure I can find some time.

Reed: Cool. Thanks.

Victoria: So what was that about?

Billy: Just a school thing.

Victoria: Oh.

Billy: Yeah, I thought you'd appreciate him just coming by the office instead.

Victoria: Oh, yeah, no, I'm -- I'm fine with that, just like I was fine when you had dinner with us the other night.

Billy: Which I was surprised about -- in the best possible way, of course.

Victoria: Yeah, well, I can see that he has a connection with you, and I know that a boy his age needs a man to talk to about...things and...

Billy: Yeah, I mean, with J.T. Not around, it's a role that I'm happy to fill.

Victoria: That's very nice of you to do that, Billy, but you're not his father, and that is a role that you will never be able to fill.

Stitch: For me? You shouldn't have.

Abby: [Chuckles] I didn't. Uh, they're for Devon. I thought they might brighten up his room a little bit.

Stitch: I'm sure he'll appreciate it. So, how were your holidays?

Abby: Uh, they were good. Yeah, they were quiet. Um, new year's eve was weird.

Stitch: Yeah, me, too. I hope you got out and had some fun.

Abby: Yeah, I went to Jack and Neil's benefit. Um, what about you?

Stitch: Working. In fact, I was still on duty the next day when they airlifted Devon in.

Abby: Well, Devon is very lucky to have a good doctor looking after him.

Stitch: Thanks. I was about to pick up his lab results.

Abby: Oh, yeah, yeah. Don't let me keep you.

Stitch: He's got family in with him at the moment, if you wouldn't mind waiting.

Abby: Of course, yeah.

Stitch: It's good to see you, Abby.

Abby: You, too.

Lily: You have more energy today.

Devon: Yeah, I feel like I could run a marathon.

Lily: Ha ha. Funny. Don't.

Neil: So, do you know how much longer you're gonna be in here?

Devon: We were actually just talking about that. Um, I feel like I can go home right now.

Lily: Yeah, I'm sure. I'm sure it's no fun to be stuck in a hospital bed.

Devon: No, not at all. But I'm serious. Next time, uh, stitch comes in here and makes his rounds, I'm gonna tell him I want to get out of here.

Neil: Wait. Do you think you're being smart with that?

Lily: Yeah, I think you should, you know, give yourself some more time, get your bearings about you.

Hilary: Yeah, I said the same thing at first, but you know how he is. When my husband makes up his mind...

Neil: You know, I'm sure your doctors will want to weigh in before they agree to release you.

Devon: I'm sure they will, and I'll listen to what they have to say, but unless they give me a compelling reason as to why I can't recover in my own home, then...

Lily: Look, I just want you to get better as soon as possible, you know, and get back to where you were the night of the party, before the accident.

Hilary: That's my goal, too. And we're gonna hire doctors and nurses and everything that stitch says that Devon needs.

Devon: Honey, you are all that I need. You are the best medicine that a man could have. I'm very lucky, aren't I?

Hilary: That's sweet. But let's get something straight, okay? I am the lucky one.

Lily: You sure are.

Hilary: And you don't have to worry, Lily. I am gonna make sure that Devon gets excellent care.

Jill: Go ahead. Make fun of me for believing that people have soul mates.

Cane: I'm not making fun of you. I believe that.

Jill: I'll tell you one thing. If Devon had taken my advice, if -- pfft -- if Victoria and Billy had taken my advice, they'd be a lot better off. I mean, those two would have admitted they love each other. Their family would be back together and they would be happy right now. And Devon -- look what that wife has done to him, that lying, cheating, little witch. He should have gotten rid of her a long time ago.

Cane: Yeah, but Devon can't see who Hilary really is.

Jill: Oh, boy.

Cane: Look, let's just face it. Hilary has a way of manipulating men. That's just the way it is.

Jill: You know, Devon was very ill-equipped to inherit Katherine's billions, and Hilary saw that and she exploited it. She just plays that kid like a fiddle. Although I suppose sometimes -- I suppose it is difficult for people to recognize those who are playing them like a walking ATM machine and recognize the people who really love them and who they are inside, how to keep the good ones and get rid of the bad ones. And poor Devon. He has not learned that lesson yet.

Billy: I think we'd better clarify how you see me fitting into Reed's life.

Victoria: I know that you care about him.

Billy: I do.

Victoria: Okay? And I want you to be there for him. But there has to be a limit.

Billy: That's precisely what I'm talking about, okay? So where is this limit? Where is the boundary line?

Victoria: I just don't know, Billy. I'm just worried about you getting too involved, you know? Things aren't that great between J.T. And Reed right now, and maybe that's why he's turned to you. I don't know.

Billy: I am not Reed's father. I think we've established that.

Victoria: I keep reminding you of that. But J.T.'S gonna come back from Europe, and Reed is gonna go back to living with him, and I just don't want there to be any issues.

Billy: Issues, Vick?

Victoria: Yes! Like an unhealthy competition between you and J.T.

Billy: Okay, I understand that. I do. But let me be clear here, okay? I am not trying to take J.T.'S place. I'm just trying to be a friend for Reed.

Victoria: Sometimes you act like a teenager, and you're not. And I just need you to be an adult when you're around Reed. And if he's doing something that he shouldn't be doing, I need to know about it.

Billy: Oh, so you don't want me spending time with the kid, but you want me to spy on him for you?

Victoria: No, I never said that!

Billy: You implied it.

Victoria: Look, there are gonna be things that Reed doesn't want me to know about that I need to know about.

Billy: That is a great way to establish trust with your son, mom. Good job.

Victoria: It's called being present and responsible, Billy. It's how we have to parent in this day and age.

Billy: Okay, I resent like hell you telling me how I am supposed to parent, because I think I've done a pretty good job with Johnny and Katie. Unless you have a problem with that, too. [Sighs]

Stitch: Well, blood work looks good. Vitals are strong.

Devon: That's fantastic. That mean that I can go home today?

Stitch: On one condition.

Devon: What's that? Name it.

Stitch: That you hire a nurse to coordinate your care at home for at least the next few days.

Devon: Consider it done.

Stitch: And an occupational therapist coming in daily beginning in a week or two.

Hilary: Stitch, I will personally guarantee that Devon gets the best care possible.

Stitch: Then I'll approve your release.

Devon: Yes! Thank you. [Chuckles] Can't wait to get out of here.

Lily: Are you sure that's a good idea? Wouldn't it be better if he stayed put a few more days?

Neil: I would like the answer to that, too.

Devon: Guys, please.

Stitch: I trust Hilary to follow through with my recommendations. As long as professionals are looking in on Devon, I see no reason we can't try this.

[Cell phone chimes]

Neil: Uh, listen, Jack wants to meet with me. You, young man, stay put, okay? I love you. I'll see you very soon.

Devon: Sounds good.

Neil: Bye, baby.

Lily: Bye.

Devon: All right.

Stitch: I have to admit, I'm pretty amazed at how well you've come through all this.

Lily: Well, he still has a ways to go.

Hilary: Devon's gonna recuperate at home, and he's gonna work on getting his strength back as soon as the time is right.

Devon: That's right.

Hilary: He's in good hands, Lily.

Devon: I'm in the best hands, actually.

Stitch: One more thing. I want your husband to get plenty of rest and absolutely no stress of any kind till his concussion resolves. Is that clear?

Hilary: Crystal.

Stitch: You still have memory issues, headaches?

Devon: Yeah, but it's getting better, though.

Stitch: Good. I want your word you won't push yourself too hard, too fast.

Devon: Doc, you have my word that I will take things ridiculously easy.

Hilary: If Devon's upset, I promise it will not be because of me.

Billy: Come on, Vick. Don't hold back now.

Victoria: I'm not condemning you, Billy.

Billy: You sure about that?

Victoria: Yes, I'm sure. You are a spectacular father to our kids, and they adore you, and you know that.

Billy: Ah. I hear a "but" coming.

Victoria: But you're the fun parent. You show up, you get to horse around with them and make them laugh and tell stories and play games and... that's the easy part of parenting, but when it comes to discipline...

Billy: Okay, fine. All right, I'm not gonna deny that I leave a lot of that to you. Okay, most of that to you.

Victoria: Try all of it.

Billy: All of it?

Victoria: So you know what I'm saying about Reed? I mean, I need you to set the limits, okay? I can't constantly be looking like the heavy in front of him. Ah, Jill, I was just reading the r&d report. We should have our samples for the men's body spray by next week.

Jill: Excellent, excellent. But Cane has some even better news.

Cane: Lily called. Devon's heading home from the hospital.

Billy: Today?

Victoria: That's great. Your family must be so relieved.

Cane: Yeah, we are. So, uh, I'll take care of that marketing meeting, then I'll head over to the hospital, okay?

Victoria: Great.

Billy: Yeah, uh, please give Devon our best.

Cane: I will.

Stitch: I believe that covers everything. It'll all be included in your take-home packet.

Devon: Oh, perfect. My head's still spinning from all that information. It's not literally still spinning.

Stitch: All right, well, if you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to call me, all right?

Hilary: Thank you, stitch.

Devon: Yeah, thanks, man.

Stitch: I'll get your paperwork started. In the meantime, you have another visitor. Come on in.

Abby: Thanks. Hey, everyone. Is it okay if I pop in for a quick visit?

Devon: Abby, how you doing?

Abby: Oh, you tell me. You're the one with the bandages on. How you doing?

Devon: Oh, doing pretty damn well considering.

Abby: I can see that. No offense, but I thought you'd be in a lot worse shape.

Lily: It's a miracle, right, how quickly he's recovering.

Devon: Yeah, I get to go home today.

Abby: That's fabulous. I've been so worried. We all have.

Devon: That's sweet of you. I'm on the mend, and I will be on my feet in no time.

Abby: Well, you've been through so much that --

Hilary: So, Abby, thank you so much for coming, and thank you for these gorgeous flowers. I will find the perfect spot for them when I get Devon home.

Abby: You're taking Devon home?

Devon: Yeah. Why wouldn't she?

Jack: Sorry to take you away from the hospital. Have a seat.

Neil: No, no. No problem at all. Devon's getting released today.

Jack: Already?

Neil: Yeah, yeah. I know. We're surprised, too, about that.

Jack: Wow. He has recovered quickly.

Neil: Oh, hold on a second. He's not 100%, but he'll get there.

Jack: Okay. I'm glad to hear that.

Neil: Hey, Jack, I'm glad you're my friend, and thank you for all your support.

Jack: Always. I am here always.

Neil: Thanks. So what's the good word? What are we talking about?

Jack: Okay, this is a little delicate. I've been getting a lot of calls asking for my comment on Devon's accident. I just ran into a reporter here a little earlier.

Neil: Wait, why are they coming to you about my son? Are they looking for gossip, another angle, what?

Jack: It's actually a little more serious than that.

Neil: Like what?

Jack: Because the central focus of our foundation is drug and alcohol rehabilitation, the press is wondering if it's appropriate to be serving alcohol at a benefit for struggling addicts.

Neil: I see.

Jack: They also want to know how much Devon had to drink that night. I think I need to know that, too.

Neil: One of the first things they did was run a blood alcohol test. He was under the legal limit. He was driving like a crazy man because he and his wife got into a fight at that party.

Jack: I have never seen Devon that angry. Obviously over what Hilary did to Mariah.

Neil: He put all that rage behind the wheel of a very powerful, very fast sportscar. He lost control. He totaled the car, left him in serious condition. It's not a pretty story. Jack, we did not overserve him. The foundation is not culpable.

Jack: Good. I think, though, we need to issue a press release, do some kind of damage control, some kind of statement saying that alcohol was not a factor in Devon's accident.

Neil: We're not releasing a statement about that or anything else that went down that night.

Jack: What do you mean? Why the hell not?

Hilary: You probably assumed that Lily would be helping me with Devon, but there is no need. I can handle everything on my own. By this afternoon, I will have all of his home-care nurses all lined up.

Abby: And you're okay with that?

Devon: Yeah.

Lily: You heard the man. Hilary's got it under control.

Hilary: Thank you again, Abby, for coming. I'm sorry to rush you out, but Devon -- he's pretty anxious to get home, and he needs to get dressed, so...

Abby: Of course, yeah. Um, well, if you need anything, just holler.

Devon: Thank you, Abby. I really do appreciate that, but I truly have everything I need right here.

Jill: We're just about a month away from valentine's day, so what in-store displays have we got ready to go?

Billy: Bare is in place pretty much everywhere.

Victoria: Except for some of our west coast markets.

Billy: Right, uh, Seattle and Portland.

Victoria: Don't forget about san Diego.

Jill: Why? What's going on there?

Billy: We hit a little snag with distribution, but Victoria's all over it.

Victoria: I told them in no uncertain terms that we want displays up by tomorrow morning.

Billy: Fully stocked gift-wrapped product ready to go.

Victoria: Mm-hmm. We have five shopping weekends until the holiday, and I want to make the most of them.

Jill: Excellent, excellent. So, what about the men's body spray? How's that coming along?

Victoria: Well, we booked teaser ads in most of the major markets.

Billy: Yeah, we have a, uh, model and photographer coming by this afternoon to shoot the campaign.

Victoria: We put a rush on the graphics, so if we're lucky and the stars align, the ads will start airing before the launch of the product.

Billy: Rock and roll.

Jill: Oh, lord, is that who I think it is?!

Reed: Hey, Jill. What's happening?

Jill: Ohh, God! It's so good to see you!

Reed: It's good to see you, too.

Jill: And look at you. You're a young man now. You're very handsome.

Billy: He is. And as heartwarming as this is, he didn't come to be doted upon by you.

Victoria: Billy said something about school, honey?

Reed: Yeah, I have a, uh, an essay to write for my English class, and I was planning on working on it in my study period, but I'm having a little trouble.

Billy: You know what? Now that I think about it, you should run it by your mom. She's an excellent writer.

Victoria: Oh, yes! I would be happy to help you.

Billy: Yeah.

Reed: Well, that's cool, but, um, I already ran some ideas by Billy. I was just hoping he could help me again.

Billy: Yeah, you know what? Uh, it's probably not the best time. We got a lot going on here with --

Jill: No, no, no, no! It's fine. I can help Victoria. You go ahead.

Victoria: Yeah, sure. Go ahead, honey.

Billy: Sure. Okay. Come on.

Victoria: You just can't help yourself, can you?

Jill: What did I do?

Victoria: Butted in where my son is concerned. I don't appreciate that! Please don't do it ever again.

Abby: Oh, dear God. Now it all makes sense. After that big blowout they had on new year's eve, I couldn't figure out why Devon was being so lovey-dovey with that woman.

Lily: Yeah, and the most frustrating part is that we can't fill in the blanks.

Abby: Why?

Lily: 'Cause of his head trauma. Stitch was very adamant that we can't upset him.

Abby: And in the meantime, Hilary is playing the dutiful, loving wife, ingratiating herself until Devon finds out how she screwed over Mariah, because he will find out. What happened at the benefit was very public.

Lily: I know. I'm just hoping that when he does, he's strong enough to handle it.

Abby: [Sighs]

Lily: Finally divorce her. It's gonna cost him, but it'll be worth it to have her out of our lives.

Abby: I remember watching the GC buzz, cringing when Mariah tripped and fell. I mean, now look where we are.

Lily: [Scoffs] Well, we are talking about Hilary here.

Abby: Lily, I know that you can't stand her, but you should brace yourself, because even if Devon remembers what happened, how do you know he won't forgive her? He's already done it a million times before.

Devon: I felt a lot better when I was laying down, feeling brave. [Chuckles] [Groans]

Hilary: Okay, we're almost there. Almost there.

Devon: Yeah.

Hilary: Okay. Okay. Okay. Easy, easy.

Devon: Oh, gosh.

Hilary: Okay.

Devon: Thank you.

Hilary: There you go.

Devon: Thank you.

Hilary: You okay?

Devon: Mm-hmm.

Hilary: The doorman must have been busy. Look at all of these flowers from well-wishers. All right, we got one here from GC buzz. "Get well quick so you can come back down here and boss us around again." [Chuckles] Here's another one from the athletic club. "Feel better soon." That's sweet of them. And here's one from building management downstairs. "Wishing our new owner a speedy recovery." That was sweet. Oh, uh, Abby's flowers. I better get them in some water. Babe. What is it? Is everything okay, huh?

Devon: I just can't believe how close I actually came to dying in that wreck... in a damn car that I don't even remember buying. I don't remember how any of this even happened.

Hilary: You know that trauma's affecting your memory. Stitch said that it's okay. Everything's gonna be better in time.

Devon: Yeah, it should. You know the only other time I was in this bad of shape is when I had meningitis. I was unconscious, and I was on a ventilator. They didn't know if I'd even wake up. And then I did and I couldn't hear.

Hilary: Okay, I don't want you to dwell on that now, all right? You're home, you're safe.

Devon: I know. It's just crazy to think how fast things can change. It just takes, like, a split second, you know. Paramedics said that I was lucky to be breathing when they pulled me out of the car. I'd have never been able to walk through these doors again, see this place, see your beautiful face.

Hilary: Well, I don't want to... I'm sorry, but I don't want to talk about the accident, okay? I don't want to talk about how close I came to losing you. You have a second chance, Devon.

We have a second chance. Okay? So we can't look back. Not now. We have to celebrate our future together, okay?

Jill: How exactly am I butting in? I made it possible for Reed to get help with his paper. Instead of yelling at me, you ought to be thanking me.

Victoria: Thanking you? Are you kidding right now? I mean, this is just more of your meddling, trying to push me together with Billy, but you're not gonna use my son to do it, okay?

Jill: First of all, one thing has nothing to do with the other, okay? And secondly, why are you defensive? Never mind. You don't have to answer that. We both know it's because you're still not over Billy, are you?

[Papers slam on table]

Billy: Periods and commas go inside the quote marks.

Reed: I know, but it just doesn't make any sense.

Billy: There's a lot in English class that doesn't make sense.

Reed: Plus it looks funny.

Billy: All right, when you're a copy editor making the big bucks, you can mess with the style sheet. Up until now, you do what they tell you to do.

Reed: I'm not gonna be a boring copy editor.

Billy: Well, what will you do?

Reed: Design apps, like games mostly. Unless I get good enough to be in a band.

Billy: Well, as far as your, uh, essay goes here, everything looks good in it.

Reed: Cool.

Billy: Don't think you needed my help at all.

Reed: Thanks.

Billy: Yeah.

Reed: Um, something else I want to talk to you about, but you have to promise not to tell my mom.

Billy: You probably shouldn't tell me anything that you don't want your mother to know.

Reed: But it's guy talk. Like, I couldn't talk to her about it.

Billy: Then you should, uh, you should call your dad up, have a conversation with him.

Reed: Dad's in Warsaw setting up the new house with Mac. Plus this isn't really something I'd want to discuss over the phone anyway. You know what? Just forget it. I'll -- I'll figure it out on my own.

Billy: Okay, listen, if you're not gonna talk to anybody about it, I'd rather you talk to me about it. What's going on? What is it?

Reed: I have some questions.

Billy: Condoms. Wow.

Reed: Can I ask you some stuff?

Billy: Reed... you're 15 years old. Should you even be having sex?

Reed: I'm not. It's just... there's this -- this person that I really like, and I just -- I-I want to be prepared. Like, just in case.

Billy: "Just in case" of what? Okay, look... [Sighs] You should really call your dad and -- and have this conversation with him.

Reed: No, my dad and I already had the whole sex talk a long time ago. The thing is, like, I know the basics, but I just don't know the reality. Like, when you're with a girl, how -- like... when do you... I just don't want to look like an idiot. You know, right?

Billy: Yeah.

Reed: Yeah, sure you do. When'd you learn about the, like, stuff like that?

Billy: [Chuckles] Health class. Surprisingly informative.

Reed: Come on. You and I both know those classes are lame. Plus, I mean, it's not like when you were in school. So, I mean, if you're not gonna teach me, how am I gonna learn to be...you know, responsible?

Victoria: Why do people keep telling me that I'm in denial about Billy, huh? Like I have some deep feelings for him that I'm not even aware of. It's ludicrous. And honestly, it's insulting. It's like I don't even know my own heart or something. I have to focus on work -- you realize that -- and my children, all three of them. I have a lot on my plate right now, Jill, so for me to get involved with my lying, cheating ex-husband, uh, it's not gonna work, okay? And I hope you're listening to me right now, because I don't feel like repeating myself again.

Jill: Are you finished?

Victoria: Yeah, I'm finished. Did you listen to me for a change?

Jill: Yeah, I did.

Victoria: Good, I'm glad! Thank you!

Cane: Hey, sorry. I got delayed.

Lily: Hey.

Cane: Where's Devon? What? Has he left?

Lily: Yeah, he's home with Hilary, without a clue about how she's lied to him.

Cane: Well, why didn't you go with them?

Lily: Because I was cordially not invited, which is fine. I couldn't stand to watch her phony act anymore.

Cane: [Sighs] All right, come on. I'll take you back to the club. Let's go.

Lily: Actually, um... not yet. I think there's some questions I want to ask stitch.

Neil: Devon's recovery is the only thing that matters. After he hears all about Hilary's lies, he might regress, man, even more.

Jack: All this from Devon's doctors?

Neil: Yes, all this. Stitch Rayburn, two of his colleagues, a neurologist. They've advised not to force anything, let him remember in his own time.

Jack: Hmm. I understand.

Neil: You unders-- but -- but what?

Jack: But you said yourself. Devon's being released. If the press is coming to me, they're certainly gonna find Devon and Hilary. They're not gonna give up till they get their story. I just don't know if you're gonna be able to keep this quiet for too much longer. You may be able to buy some time. Maybe Devon's memory will come back on its own, but... until it does -- and it better come soon -- I think you better be ready to tell him the news. He should hear it from you.

Neil: No, no. If Devon's gonna hear it from anyone, it's gonna be Hilary. She needs to own what she did.

Hilary: Hey, I was just looking at all of these comments from our fans wishing you well.

Devon: Oh, wow. There's a lot of them.

Hilary: Yeah. Here's one of my favorites. "Dude, I'm glad your head was harder than the embankment."

[Both chuckle]

Hilary: "Get better soon." And this one's really sweet. "My husband and I are praying for your recovery, and he's a minister, so we have an in with the man upstairs." You want me to stop? What's wrong? What are you thinking?

Devon: I'm just thinking about how beautiful you are.

Hilary: [Chuckles] Yeah. In my rumpled clothes from sleeping on a chair all night. No makeup, messy hair.

Devon: Especially like that. I always think you're beautiful.

Hilary: I'm gonna get us some tea, okay?

Devon: Okay. Thank you.

Victoria: Oh, hey! So did you get all of your questions answered?

Reed: Yeah, I'm gonna ace the paper, thanks to Billy. [Chuckles]

Victoria: Good. Okay. Great. So, um, I'll see you at home, then.

Reed: Yep. Thanks.

Billy: Yeah. Yeah. Take it easy.

Victoria: Bye, honey. [Sighs] I guess I owe you an apology.

Billy: It's about time. For what, exactly?

Victoria: I think I just, you know... I-I overreacted a little. I mean, I shouldn't have gotten so upset just because Reed was asking you for help with homework. I didn't mean to make you feel uncomfortable. It was just homework, right, so...thank you.

Jack: Neil, I have to say this. Where Hilary is concerned, I think you're being a little unfair.

Neil: Oh, really? How? How, Jack? How am I being unfair? I have supported that marriage through thick and thin because I want my son to be happy, but now -- now I'm done.

Jack: I'm not saying she's blameless. I know you're upset. But she's not the one that pressed her foot to the gas pedal.

Neil: Maybe not directly. But she's the main reason that he sped off in that car. Her lies, her scams, the constant betrayal --

Jack: I think you're being a little harsh, don't you?

Neil: How am I being harsh? No, I think you're being naive by defending this woman.

Jack: What you call naive I call keeping an open mind.

Neil: Okay, Jack. I realize that you're her friend. Maybe the only friend that's left in this town. But let me warn you, as your friend, not to get taken in by this woman. It's thankless, it's dangerous, and she can turn on you in a heartbeat.

Jack: I appreciate the concern, but you and I both know Devon is the only one that's gonna make decisions about his marriage. Nothing you nor I nor anyone else can say is gonna matter.

Neil: [Chuckles] Yeah, that may be. But you know what? I'm his father, and I love him very much. And I can't wait for the day for him to get rid of her once and for all.

Lily: Stitch, hey. Do you have a second?

Stitch: Hey, Lily. Sure. Cane.

Cane: Hey.

Stitch: How's it going?

Cane: Good. I'm good. Um, Lily's got a question for you.

Stitch: Let's hope I have some answers.

Lily: Since you said it was okay for Devon to go home, do you know how long it'll take him to get his memory back?

Cane: You know, like days, weeks, months? What do you think?

Stitch: Possibly. But it could be never. This is the brain's way of healing from a bad trauma. There's no timetable, no way to predict what's gonna happen.

Lily: Yeah, but every day that he spends not knowing the truth, it could hurt him more in the long run.

Stitch: The best thing for you and your family is to continue supporting Devon as you have been. And be prepared.

Cane: Prepared for what?

Stitch: If his memories from that night do start to come back and Devon's forced to relive all that trauma, it's gonna be a shock. Who knows how he'll react.

[Rock music playing]

[Volume increases]

[Engine revs]

[Tires screech]

Hilary: Devon? Is everything okay?

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

[Camera shutter clicking]

Jill: That woman has hurt my family, so I will not be forgiving her hideous behavior.

Devon: I remember being alone in the car. Why weren't you with me?

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