Y&R Transcript Monday 1/16/17
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Provided By SuzanneJill: Well, the way they were those reporters!
Jack: Yeah, what about them?
Jill: Well, the way they were harassing you. I mean, I was appalled. I-I should have said something.
Jack: It's been like this nonstop. They've got this notion that Devon was drinking at the benefit and that's what caused the accident.
Jill: Is that what caused it?
Jack: No, the blood work showed he was not intoxicated. Nowhere near. But trying selling that to the rabid press. What I hate is what this is doing to the foundation -- undermining our credibility, all the good work we've been doing.
I'm so sorry. I know how frustrating it must be. The trouble is, we know who's to blame, don't we?
Hilary: Are you all right?
Hilary: Just -- here. Talk to me. Talk to me.
Devon: I just had some crazy dreams. A bunch of flashes and... stuff's all jumbled up. It was very intense.
Hilary: You remember what stitch said. You need to stay calm. You need to relax. Don't push yourself to try and remember.
Devon: Honey, I was dreaming.
Hilary: Well, you're still dwelling on it, aren't you?
Hilary: Here, I, uh, made you some tea.
Devon: I don't want any tea, thank you.
Hilary: You know, I'm -- I'm starting to wonder if stitch might have released you a little too soon.
Devon: No, believe me, I'm fine, I just have this blank spot in my memory that I have questions about.
Hilary: Well, you were in a car accident, and now you need to take care of yourself. That is all that you need to know.
Devon: I remember driving now. That's all coming back to me. They're just pictures in my head, and I -- feeling the feelings I was having, it was very intense. I also remember being alone. In the car. I never thought about that before. Why weren't you with me?
Cane: Baby, stitch wouldn't have released your brother if he didn't think he was ready to go home, okay?
Lily: I know. I'm not just worried about his medical condition. He's now isolated from everyone who cares about him.
Cane: I know, everyone except Hilary, I know this.
Lily: And what if she's the only one there when his memory comes back? She is the queen of spin.
Cane: All right.
Lily: You know how desperate she is to hold onto him.
Cane: I know you're frustrated, but there's nothing we can do.
Lily: I know what I wish we
Cane: All right, listen. Come here. What we can do is be patient. He said we can't dump the truth on him while he's this fragile. You know this? Okay.
Lily: I understand. I'm not gonna say anything. I just feel that the longer he's with her, the more afraid I am for his future.
Billy: Did you get the final layout?
Victoria: Yes, it's right here. Okay, what do you think about this -- "spray on confidence."
Billy: Uh, it's not bad.
Victoria: Well, it's our first men's body spray. It's got to be better than just not bad. I mean, I want the market to take us seriously.
Billy: Which is why we're doing this blitz advertising campaign. We've got the biggest model in the industry, we've got a celebrity photographer, and his day rate says so.
Victoria: Billy, this ad has to cut through all the other noise on valentine's day. That's why we have to go all-out, okay?
Billy: All right, what about... all right, I think I got it. What about...
Victoria: What? What?
Billy: "Spray on confidence." Brash & sassy! "Spray on magnetism." Brash & sassy! "Spray on..."
Victoria: ...Sex appeal." Brash & sassy! It's like a serial line instead of one for the whole campaign. That's great.
Billy: Do people still say "sex appeal," or is that too retro?
Victoria: Well, no, it's perfect for our target, I think.
Billy: Okay, I'll get copies for the photographers so we're all on the same page.
Billy: Hey, man.
Billy: What brings you back here?
Reed: Forgot my phone.
Billy: Yeah? Felt naked without it, huh?
Reed: Yeah, kind of. Um, hey, thanks again for, uh, you know, that other thing.
Victoria: What other thing?
Cane: The best thing we can do is show up and see Devon, so he knows he can count on us. So if the time comes and he wants to talk...
Lily: Yes, he'll reach out, hopefully.
Cane: Absolutely, okay? Look, I have time now. I don't have to be back at the office. We can go and see him right now. Okay?
Lily: You know, that's actually a really good idea. You should definitely go.
Cane: Hang on a second. Are you trying to tell me you're trying to avoid your own brother here, or something?
Lily: No, I just -- I can't stand thinking of Hilary playing this devoted wife, you know? And I'm under strict orders to not cause Devon any stress. I'm afraid I won't be able to keep my mouth shut.
Cane: So, basically, you're saying you don't want to see your own brother.
Lily: Will you please just go for me and make sure he's okay? If I blurted something out and Devon had a setback, I would never forgive myself.
Jack: Devon was speeding on an icy road in a car he was unfamiliar with and lost control. Yes, he was fighting with his wife, but you can't blame her for the accident.
Jill: Want to bet?
Jack: Devon was acting out with a vehicle. He could have gone home, he could have come here. He could have made any number of decisions that were less destructive than driving 100 miles an hour on a country road.
Jill: My God, you're still on her side.
Jack: No, there are no sides here, Jill.
Jill: No, why are you defending this woman when she has done such vicious things?
Jill: No, Mariah is just her latest victim. Look, I'm gonna ask you something really serious. What is it about her that inspires in you men such blind loyalty, that you can forgive her anything?
Jack: I am amazed that you of all people can ask this question, given your history. I have said this before...
Jill: Don't say it again.
Jack: With all due respect, you came from nothing, determined to be someone. You found the richest guy in town, and you worked hard to become something. I admire that. Hilary is merely following in your footsteps. You have more in common than you think.
Jill: Stop it.
Jack: You made your share of mistakes -- hell, I had a front-row seat for most of them -- and you were ambitious. Hell, you still are. That's another thing you two have in common.
Jill: If you are through psychoanalyzing me, could we start on Devon, please? What is his excuse?
Jack: What are you asking?
Jill: Why hasn't he left her a long time ago after all the hell she's put him through?
Jack: Marriage is complicated, Jill. You know that better than anyone. Some people will put up with anything in the name of love.
Devon: I also remember having this flash vision, where I looked at the speedometer and it said 140 miles an hour. Was that how fast I was going when I crashed?
Hilary: Devon, there's -- there's no way for us to know for sure.
Devon: But it's possible.
Hilary: Yeah, it was a really powerful sports car, so, yeah, it's possible that you didn't know how fast you were going. I mean, you just bought it an hour earlier.
Devon: And why weren't you in the car with me?
Hilary: I told you. I was working and you wanted to take your new car out for a test drive. You know, can we -- can we talk about this a little later? Because, um, I'm gonna call the agency and see what time we can be expecting the nurse.
Devon: That doesn't make any sense, though. Why wouldn't I just wait for you to be done working so we could come home together?
Hilary: Well, Devon, we agreed that we would meet back here.
Devon: Were we together at midnight?
Hilary: Yes. Of course we were. We rang in the new year with a big kiss.
Devon: And then I, what, I just...left you to go play with my new toy?
Hilary: Devon, really. I was fine with it.
Devon: It just -- none of this sounds right. It doesn't sound like anything that I would do. I don't mean to upset you by talking about it. I know you were there when I woke up at the hospital. You've been with me this entire time, and I'm sure I put you through enough.
Hilary: No, Devon, listen to me, okay? You are the one that I'm worried about, okay? And I don't want you getting upset. Whatever happened on new year's eve, it doesn't matter anymore.
Devon: Honey, it matters to me.
Billy: I showed Reed the correct way to format a bibliography.
Victoria: Oh, well, you could have gone online for that.
Reed: Yeah, but he was already reading my paper, so...
Victoria: Well, you just should have come to me, honey.
Reed: Mom, I mean, you're always so busy with work.
Victoria: Billy and I have the same job, you know.
Reed: I mean, I don't want to bug you with everything little thing.
Victoria: You keep saying that, but I told you, you can come to me. That's what I'm here for. I'm your parent, Reed. You understand that, right?
Reed: I just came to get my phone. I mean, I know you guys are busy, so I'll see you back at the house.
Victoria: How are you getting home?
Reed: The bus. How else?
Victoria: Do you have enough tokens?
Reed: Yes, you gave me a bunch of them, remember?
Victoria: Okay, well, you should have some time to yourself because Hannah's gonna be coming home with the kids from karate in a little while.
Reed: All right. Great.
Victoria: Bye, honey.
Reed: See you.
Billy: Later. Take it easy.
Victoria: So, now you're an expert on bibliographies, huh?
Billy: As a matter of fact, Victoria...
Victoria: What is the truth, Billy? What is so top-secret that Reed can only tell you?
Hilary: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Listen, buddy. Stitch sent you home early because he knew that I would take care excellent care of you. So, as your nurse, at least for now, I insist that you sit right back down on this couch and get some rest.
Hilary: Or better yet, why don't you go upstairs to bed? I can join you later, hmm?
Devon: You gonna wear a nurse outfit when you join me?
Hilary: Absolutely...not. But we can drink some hot cocoa and we can watch some old black-and-white movies. I know those always put you to sleep.
Hilary: Don't look at me like that. Stitch was adamant about you getting your rest.
Devon: You really don't need to stick around here and take care of me. Seriously. I know you have to be dying to get back to the studio.
Hilary: In case I haven't made it absolutely clear, nothing is more important to me than you. Not work, not anything. Besides, Roz, she has everything under control.
Devon: Yeah, but we're running reruns. How are we gonna --
Hilary: Devon, no more shop talk, I'm serious.
Hilary: Maybe the agency just sent the nurse over.
Cane: Hey. I just wanted to check on Devon and see how he's doing. Is he awake?
Hilary: He's sleeping.
Cane: That's good. Good. How's he feeling?
Hilary: Happy to be home.
Devon: Hey, who's at the door?
Cane: Hey, man. It's just me, but if you're resting, that's cool. I'll come back later, all right?
Devon: No, no, no, it's fine. Come in.
Cane: You don't have to worry, I'm not gonna stay long. Hey, man.
Devon: How you doing?
Cane: Look at you, huh?
Devon: I know, right?
Jack: People showed you a lot of compassion and understanding along the way. It seems to me you could return the favor.
Jill: To Hilary? Oh, my God, I didn't think you were this gullible. Well, I guess obviously you've just been seduced, too, huh? [Gasps] Maybe even literally.
Jack: I'm not going to dignify that with a response.
Jill: No, I'm sure it's not for lack of Hilary trying, though.
Jack: We're done here, Jill.
Jill: Listen to me. That woman has hurt my family, so, no, I will not soon be forgiving her hideous behavior, okay? In fact, I'd like to give her a one-way ticket out of town.
Jack: Goodbye, Jill.
Jill: And she deserves everything she gets, and mark my words, it's coming soon. Listen. Do you know?
Lily: Do you know what?
Jill: What it is about Hilary Hamilton that has all the men in this town acting like such fools? I mean, smart, savvy, successful businessmen who ought to know better.
Lily: Jill, look, for once, I am finally over talking about that woman.
Billy: If there was anything critical that I felt that you needed to know, believe me, I would tell you in a heartbeat.
Victoria: If it involves Reed's safety, then...
Billy: It has nothing to do with safety, okay? He is not a reckless kid.
Victoria: And you know that because he confided in you, right? Billy, please. I hate being cut out of my own son's life. Would you just please tell me what he asked you to help him with?
Billy: It was just guy stuff.
Victoria: Guy stuff like what? What is guy stuff?
Billy: Kids his age, they, just, you know, are questioning certain things, that's all.
Victoria: Like what? Stuff? Things? Can you just please be a little more specific with me?
Billy: I'm just saying that a kid his age, you know -- it's not always easy to talk to their mom about everything. It's hard enough to talk to another guy, let alone an adult, so you're just gonna have to cut him a little bit of slack on this one.
Victoria: [Sighs] Okay. Fine. Fine. I will.
Billy: Vick, you're raising a teenage boy that you don't know all that well. It's got to be a little overwhelming.
Victoria: Yeah, at time, it's a little overwhelming, you know? I just -- I worry about him.
Billy: I know that, but at a certain point, you got to just let him make his own choices.
Victoria: I'm not sure if he's made the best choices, Billy. I mean, look -- look at how he ended up here.
Billy: Yeah! Let's look about how he ended up here. That's the best choice that he made, coming to live with you and Johnny and Katie, under that roof, surrounded by family with a built-in social life?
Victoria: I don't know. I guess maybe I'm just anxious because of the problems that he's been having with J.T.
Billy: Well, how well did they communicate?
Victoria: I don't know, probably not very well.
Billy: For a 15-year-old, that's huge. You just got to make sure that he feels safe enough to talk to at least one of us about some of this stuff.
Victoria: "One of us." Meaning you.
Billy: Certain, things, yeah. Maybe. But, listen, you two have a great rapport. The fact that he is able to talk to any adult about these things is a huge accomplishment. You got to just make sure that he feels safe, okay? And, look -- you and J.T., You did a great job. He's a good kid. You should be proud of yourself.
Lily: I really think that Devon's doctor sent him home too early.
Jill: Because Hilary was there playing the doting wife, no doubt. Now she controls access to him. You may not be able to speak to him for weeks.
Lily: Look, trust me, I am as disgusted as you are, and I would love nothing more than for Devon's eyes to be opened up about her, but I feel like all I do these days is just root for his marriage to fail.
Jill: Well, it should fail after everything she's done.
Lily: Well, I'm sure a lot of people say the same thing about me after I cheated on Cane.
Jill: Please, do not compare yourself to her.
Lily: No, I'm not. What -- [Scoffs] What I'm trying to say is that I'm spending too much energy on this. Devon knows how I feel and so does everyone else. I'm sure he's sick of me bashing his wife, and frankly, I'm -- I'm sick of it, too.
Jill: So, what? You're giving up? You're giving up helping Devon see the light?
Lily: He's a grown man. He needs to figure it out for himself.
Billy: We got such a small window, I just don't see how this is gonna happen. No, I appreciate it, Helen. I really do. Okay. Thanks. Bye.
Victoria: Oh, no. What happened?
Billy: She's not coming.
Victoria: What do you mean, she's not coming? She has to come. The whole campaign depends on her.
Billy: It's impossible. Her flight got cancelled. She's stuck in new York. So we're just gonna have to postpone the photo shoot.
Victoria: No, we can't postpone the photo shoot. George has got one day. He's booked until spring! We can't, the whole campaign depends on him!
Billy: You just said the model's the most important thing, now you're saying it's George.
Victoria: It's both of them, Billy -- both of them!
Billy: Okay, well, I hate to break it to you, but we can find another photographer to take pictures, and we can find somebody else to pose in the pictures.
Victoria: Well, I hate to break it to you, but we need to find somebody now, today. The whole point was to roll out before valentine's day.
Billy: Yeah, I know that, Victoria.
Victoria: Okay, well, then we need to find a model now, or we can just push this whole thing back until summer.
[Cell phone rings]
Billy: Great, this is all I need to deal with right now. Hi, mother.
Jill: Hi, honey. I'm just calling to check on who the photo shoot is going.
Billy: It's not, actually. Our model had to cancel, and I know we have to get this done today, so Vicki and I are gonna through the files and try and find somebody new on short notice.
Jill: Well, now... I may have an idea.
Hilary: Devon, you really need to get your rest.
Devon: Honey, I'm fine, okay? I'm more than up for a visitor. You just said the nurse is on her way. I'm serious, if you want to go to the studio, do it.
Cane: Yeah, it's cool. You can go, I can wait with him till the nurse gets here. Don't worry about it.
Devon: He's cool.
Hilary: Okay. Sure.
Cane: Okay. Sure.
Hilary: Guess it'll give me a chance to update the troops, right?
Devon: Yeah. Tell them I said hi.
Hilary: Okay. Cane.
Cane: See you.
Devon: Drive safe, honey.
Cane: You know you gave us a scare, right?
Devon: I gave myself a scare. [Sighs]
Cane: How you feeling?
Devon: I'm feeling better every day.
Cane: You know, considering what happened, you kind of look, uh...you kind of look all right. [Chuckles]
Devon: I just can't believe how damn stupid I was, driving that fast.
Cane: So you, uh... you remember anything, or...?
Devon: I do, actually. Yeah, this morning, I had a flash when I was drifting in and out of sleep.
Cane: Yeah? Details or anything like that?
Devon: It was just me being behind the wheel, driving like a crazy person, but that's... that's all I saw. That's it.
Cane: It's okay. It doesn't matter. All that matters now is that you heal, you know? Take care of yourself.
Devon: How does an entire night just disappear from someone's brain like that?
Cane: Don't worry about it, all right? Don't stress yourself out. Just let it go. It's all right.
Devon: I'm trying not to. Hilary's been filling in some blanks for me.
Cane: What'd she, uh... like what?
Devon: Well, I remember that I was alone in the car. So I was wondering why she wasn't with me.
Cane: You asked her that. What'd she say?
Devon: Yeah, she said that I wanted to test the car out after I got it, and we agreed that we'd meet back here that night, which obviously didn't happen. But at least I got to kiss my wife at midnight, so...
Cane: Hilary told you that, huh?
Devon: Yeah. Why?
Devon: Cane, if you know something, man, please...
Cane: I don't know anything. I don't.
Devon: Well, I assume that you and Lily were at the benefit, right?
Cane: Yeah, we were there. I was dressed in my penguin suit, looking handsome.
Devon: Thank you. I hope that Neil and Jack don't, uh, think I'm gonna ask for the money back, since I wrecked the car.
Cane: You know, I get this feeling that, uh, everyone who wanted that car, including me, kind of, you know -- we stopped bidding once we, uh, saw you wanted it and put that big bid down, so don't worry about that.
Devon: Look, I know that, um, stitch said that everyone should walk on eggshells around me so I don't get agitated, but I'm -- I'm really struggling to remember things. So, if you can help me, I'd appreciate it.
Cane: Listen, Devon, you know, um... there's not a lot of people who would have survived that accident, you know? So I think it's, you know, that's what you should focus on. Let the other stuff go. Don't worry about that, okay?
Devon: I know. I've been thinking about that a lot lately.
Cane: Yeah, I know. Me, too. Could have you lost you, man. Glad I didn't. You know, I think there's a lesson here that you should learn from this, and that's that life is short. We should thank God, you know. These things can happen any second.
Roz: Website's a zoo, and the phones -- people are calling nonstop wanting to know what's going on.
Hilary: Roz, I already told you how to respond. We're grateful that Devon is recovering after his car hit a patch of black ice.
Roz: Okay, I don't know how to put this delicately, but, um... questions have been raised about whether he was...impaired in some way.
Hilary: Are you asking me if Devon was drunk?
Roz: It was new year's eve.
Hilary: They tested Devon. His blood alcohol level was well below the legal limit.
Roz: Is that just what we're saying, or is that also true?
Hilary: It's the truth.
Roz: Great. So much easier that way. Oh, and there also have been questions about the circumstances leading up to --
Hilary: I told you what to say about that, too.
Roz: Okay, then that's what we'll go with.
Hilary: There's no way, okay? I'm not ready to come back yet. Devon just got home and he still needs me, so I'm here. I'm gonna sign some paychecks, pick up my messages, that's it.
Roz: All right. I'll leave you to it.
Jack: Hey. I was hoping I might find you here.
Hilary: Jack. What a nice surprise.
Jack: So, I hear Devon is released from the hospital, a lot sooner than people expected.
Hilary: Yeah, he is. It's good. We're really happy to have him home.
Jack: I'm sure you are. How you doing?
Hilary: I'm hanging in there.
Jack: Neil told me about Devon's memory loss. I, uh -- I'm sure that can nerve-racking.
Hilary: If you're asking me if I told Devon about that night, the answer is no. I'm sure that Neil explained why.
Jack: He did. I can't help but wonder if it isn't a little more shocking to hear it from someone else, though. You know how hard it is to keep a secret in this town. There were a lot of people at that benefit. If one person had their camera out and video'ed the two of you arguing and decided to post it online, or, I don't know, just let it slip accidentally...
Hilary: Or on purpose?
Jack: ...Or on purpose. If it were me, that's not the way I'd want the person I love to find out.
Victoria: We're also gonna probably want some shots where she's, you know, looking back over her shoulder, maybe. A little bit like this?
Billy: Yeah, some of it without the product in-hand.
Jill: Okay, everybody, your model's here.
Victoria: Oh, Lily! Oh, my gosh. Thank you so much for dropping everything to do this for us.
Lily: Yeah, of course. My pleasure.
Billy: Yeah, just have fun with it. You're gonna be great for us.
Lily: I will do my best.
Victoria: I assume that Jill filled you in on everything that we're looking for?
Lily: She did, yeah, but, I mean, just so you guys know, it's been a while. Are you sure that you want me for this?
Billy: You're one of the best models Jabot ever had.
Lily: [Laughs] Well, I don't know about that, but thank you.
Jill: Well, anyway, okay, the photographer's here, and since we're behind schedule, shall we?
Victoria: Yes, George and I will walk you over to the studio and we can get you into your wardrobe.
Victoria: You're gonna be great.
Lily: [Giggles] Thanks.
Hannah: Katie, please stop kicking your brother.
Johnny: What are you doing?
Reed: I was just watching a video that my friend posted online.
Hannah: Your mom told me you have a paper to finish? I was an English major if you need any help.
Reed: I'm all set. Um, you can go back to babysitting. I'm gonna go upstairs and practice my guitar.
Hannah: Okay, see ya! What do you guys want to do? Should we play a game, or...?
Hannah: You want to play a game? Okay, which one should we play? Should we do "guess who?"
Hilary: What if Devon never forgives me? Not that tripping Mariah was that terrible... okay, fine, it was pretty terrible, especially on top of everything else I've pulled. But that night, Devon said that he had it with me. And whatever good was left in our marriage, it wasn't worth it to Devon anymore.
Jack: People say a lot of things in the heat of the moment. He was angry, he was furious. But he'll get past this.
Hilary: You didn't get past it with Phyllis.
Jack: I forgave a lot of things. Sleeping with Billy wasn't one of them. Besides, this is not about that kind of betrayal.
Hilary: I don't know, Jack. I don't know if I could tell Devon the truth. Opening myself up like that -- I don't think I can risk it.
Jack: I know you're scared.
Hilary: Jack -- it feels like a gift, okay? The clock has been turned back, and now Devon is in love with me again, and I need this time. I need this time so I can show him how much we mean to each other and how much I love him.
Jack: Telling your husband the truth is a leap of faith, I get that. I do, I understand all the danger there. I think it's worth the risk. You're gonna have to make that leap of faith eventually anyway. Maybe not today, maybe not tomorrow. But as soon as stitch says it's okay, you need to come straight with your husband. In my hard-earned experience, it may be your only shot at saving your marriage.
Billy: Okay, let's, uh -- let's take a little five-minute break for a second here. Let me talk to you for a second.
Lily: Look, I'm sorry. I know I'm bombing. I haven't done this in a really long time.
Billy: First of all, you are not bombing, so there's no need to apologize. Just a little bit tight because it's been a while.
Lily: Yeah, you're lying to me.
Billy: No, I'm not. What's not working is my stupid idea, okay? So forget everything that I told you about how this is supposed to work. It's not about the product at all. This is about you and the feeling that men are gonna have when they respond to the ad, featuring you, okay? All those guys that don't have confidence when it comes to women, you're gonna give them the confidence to approach an exotic creature like yourself, and possibly have a moment, a moment that they never expected.
Lily: So, in other words...
Billy: So, in other words, make all those tongue-tied dudes -- make them feel that they have to come up and talk to you and meet you. Nobody in the world does that better than you, okay?
Lily: [Giggles] Okay.
Billy: You good?
Billy: All right. You look amazing.
Billy: Okay, so come on. [Clears throat] Okay. All right.
Devon: What matters to me is making the most of that new beginning you mentioned. Look under your pillow.
Devon: Open it.
Hilary: It's my eternity ring. I can't believe you kept it.
Devon: I would have kept it forever, and that's how long I want to keep you. Hilary Curtis... will you marry me?
Hilary: Okay, let me know if you need anything else.
Devon: Hey. How's the nurse doing?
Hilary: She got your room all set up.
Hilary: I hope that Cane didn't tire you out.
Devon: No, he actually gave me a lot to think about. Especially how lucky I am to be alive.
Hilary: That's good. That's what we should focus on. That's what we should be grateful for.
Devon: Absolutely. How was the, uh, studio?
Hilary: Roz has everything under control, it's all good.
Devon: That's fantastic. [Groaning] [Sighs]
Hilary: I want to thank you. For suggesting that I go.
Hilary: It gave me a lot of time to think.
Devon: About what?
Hilary: Us. Mostly. Ever since you've been home, I've just -- I've been trying to keep you all to myself. [Chuckles] Just trying to protect you. Show you how much I love you.
Devon: I know.
Hilary: [Sighs] I'm just so scared, Devon. I don't want you -- I don't want you to think that I'm being insecure, 'cause I don't -- I don't doubt...
Devon: Honey. Honey. What's this about? What's wrong with you right now? Why are you nervous?
Hilary: Because we can't keep going on the way that we have been, Devon. It's not right.
Jill: Lily, you were stunning, and I mean stunning. That's the only word for it.
Lily: Thank you, Jill.
Billy: Yeah, once you got into it, it's like you never left -- amazing.
Great job, Lily.
I can't wait to work with you again.
Lily: Yeah, likewise! Thank you.
Cane: Yeah, no kidding. How did this happen?
Billy: Our model got stranded at LaGuardia. We needed a replacement, and...
Billy: Thankfully, Lily was it.
Jill: We thought Lily'd be perfect.
Cane: Well, I mean... she is perfect. I mean, why didn't you call me and tell me?
Billy: The clock was ticking. Honestly, we didn't have time.
Jill: Cane, trust me. She saved our campaign. You should be very proud of her.
Cane: Of course, I'm proud.
Lily: Yeah, I just -- I felt really awkward at first, and then Billy kind of took me aside and told me who your market was, and... it just -- it clicked. I forgot how much fun this was.
Cane: Look at you. You're gorgeous.
Lily: Thank you.
Cane: You're gorgeous.
Lily: I feel that way, too. Well, I'm gonna change and then we can go home, okay?
Cane: All right.
Billy: Well, I got to hand it to you -- that was a great idea.
Jill: Yeah. Glad it went well.
Billy: My gosh. That camera loves her.
Jill: Mm. It's true.
Billy: And you know, with a little effort on our end, this could be a gold mine for us.
Jill: Let's not get ahead of ourselves, okay, and plan a whole campaign. Because when Cane walked in, he did not seem too thrilled.
Billy: Yeah, it's not really up to Cane, is it?
Victoria: So, you learned "kata," huh? Is that what you're calling it? "Kata?"
Johnny: Show me some of your moves, then.
Victoria: Oh! Whoo! Careful! Those are some vicious moves!
Katie: Mommy, watch me now!
Victoria: Okay. Oh, yeah! Wow! Yes! Good. Just don't use that on each other, okay? Just go easy on each other with that, all right? Okay. Here. Take your toys to your room.
Johnny: I'm stronger! I'm stronger!
Katie: I'm stronger!
Reed: You say I'm noisy.
Victoria: Yeah, well... hey, how's your essay going?
Reed: It's all done. I bet you didn't even hear me practicing up there. Those headphones Billy got me really work great.
Victoria: Yeah, great. Thank you for that. Thank you so much. I really appreciate it.
Victoria: Hey, guys, I got to start making some dinner, so what do want for dinner, huh?
Reed: I'll go turn on the oven.
Victoria: Hey, uh, Reed?
Victoria: Um, what is this credit card doing on the desk?
Reed: I don't know, um, maybe the kids were messing around.
Devon: [Groans] Thank you.
Hilary: You're welcome. So, um, if you're not too tired, I would really, really like to get back to what we were talking about.
Devon: Yeah, so would I 'cause it sounded important.
Hilary: Well, stitch said that you need to stay calm, but I know that you're worried about your memory and the pieces that are missing...
Devon: I just -- I have a lot of questions, that's all.
Hilary: Okay, and I'm -- I'm ready to answer those questions. All of them. Fill in all of the blanks.
Devon: I appreciate that, honey. You know what, none of that even matters anymore.
Hilary: What do you mean?
Devon: I mean that while you were gone, I did some thinking of my own, and I realized that you were right.
Hilary: Okay, Devon --
Devon: No, I could have died in that car accident. But I didn't. And that's what important. Today.
Hilary: Devon --
Devon: The present and the future.
Hilary: And I agree with you, I do, but what I'm about to tell you is kind of important.
Devon: Please let me get this thought out. Starting right now, in this moment, I want to make the most of our time together, okay?
Hilary: Devon, I'm trying to tell you --
Devon: Please let me finish, honey. Please. I know how lucky I've been. I know that I've been the guy walking around with a couple billion dollars, doing whatever I want, having people practically trip over themselves to give me what I want. I've been wasting money, and most importantly, I've been wasting time, and that's gonna stop. That's all gonna change starting right now.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Victor: You probably wonder why I asked you to join me here today. Since you all know me so well, why don't you tell me what this is all about?
Kevin: I don't have anymore information than you do, and I have no way of getting in touch with him.
Dylan: Why would I go anywhere with you?
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