Y&R Transcript Wednesday 1/18/17

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 1/18/17


Provided By Suzanne

She's still not trying to get information.

Kevin: Not exactly.

Paul: I mean, I understand. She's his wife. But she also knows the definition of "deep cover."

Kevin: You might want to review that term with her again.

Paul: Why? What are you talking about?

Kevin: Well, she came here last night.

Paul: And you didn't tell me this?

Kevin: There was nothing to tell.

Paul: Try me!

Kevin: She just asked the same questions she'd asked before. But you know what? The way she was grilling me, I should have booked the interrogation room.

Paul: You didn't crack, right?

Kevin: No, of course I didn't! Look, we're all under a lot of stress, but I would never do anything to risk this case or Dylan's safety.

Alex: Morning, Derek.

Dylan: Same to you.

Alex: Don't give me that. You're busted.

Dylan: Busted? [Chuckles] That would be a first.

Alex: So you've never tip-toed out the door the morning after a hot hookup?

Dylan: How hot are we talking, exactly?

Alex: Incredibly.

Dylan: Then it would be pretty stupid of me to walk out after something like that, right?

Alex: Especially when there's a lot more where that came from.

Ashley: Hey, Ravi! That mirror mirror makeup feature on JabotGo is so fast! Wow.

Phyllis: Why don't you take a closer look at Fenmore's virtual beta while I fill your wine glass.

Ravi: Oh, no. I-I don't drink. I mean, I do. I have. Just, uh, not with lunch on a work day.

Phyllis: You know who always had wine with lunch? Leonardo da Vinci.

Ravi: [Chuckles]

Phyllis: I'm serious. You remind me of him.

Ravi: You know, that is probably the craziest thing anyone's ever said to me.

Phyllis: Well, I don't think so. You're both into science.

Ravi: Yeah, he also happened to be a brilliant artist.

Phyllis: Computers are the artistic medium of the 21st century, so I hate to break it to you -- you are also an artist.

Ravi: [Sighs] Well, then so are you, 'cause all this Fenmore's stuff is cutting edge. It's top grade. I'm impressed.

Phyllis: Well, I am flattered you think so. But I do not have the technical know-how to get these e-stores up and running. That's where you come in.

Ravi: Me? I don't think I can help you. I already have a job at Jabot.

Phyllis: Well, we can fix that.

Gloria: Hello, my darling! Mwah!

Lauren: Gloria.

Gloria: Mwah! Don't get up. Can't stay.

Michael: Don't let us keep you.

Lauren: Honey.

Michael: What? She probably needs a position near the instructor to work on all those twisted chakras.

Gloria: As a matter of fact, my chakras are in excellent shape. I've been doing yoga every day since he evicted me.

Michael: Right into a prepaid suite at one of Genoa city's finest luxury hotels. You're welcome, by the way.

Gloria: Mm-hmm.

Michael: Enjoy your yoga class.

Gloria: I will. And I'm sure the two of you have been enjoying your own renewed spiritual balance... since Lauren told you the truth.

Hilary: Devon? Why didn't you come back to bed?

Devon: You know what, honey? I woke up this morning, and everything was clear. It's as clear as it's ever been, actually.

Hilary: You mean since the accident?

Devon: No, I mean before that. I feel like I know who I am, I know who you are, and who we are together.

Hilary: That's great, babe. But, um, don't forget that you have to stay relaxed and calm. The doctor said that --

Devon: I haven't actually been this relaxed in a long time. And it started when I made the decision.

Hilary: You made a decision?

Devon: Yeah.

Hilary: What is it? Does it involve me?

Devon: You're damn right it involves you.

Hilary: So you made a decision about the two of us? Wow. That sounds major.

Devon: And I can't believe that it took a car accident to knock it into my head that life isn't just a gift but a series of them.

Hilary: Yeah, Devon. Every day we have together. I see that, too.

Devon: And realizing the value of every day is just the beginning, you know. I really want to make each and every one of them count, and not just in an abstract way, but through action.

Hilary: Devon, that's the type of man that you are. That's part of the reason why I fell in love with you.

Devon: Whatever I've been doing hasn't been enough. It really hasn't. I believe that every blessing that I've received needs to be multiplied and given back. I feel like we both owe that.

Hilary: Okay. Any way that you want to pay it forward, I am behind you 110%.

Devon: That's very good to hear, 'cause it is a joint effort. And in the beginning, you're gonna be doing most of the work.

Hilary: [Scoffs] Really?

Devon: Yes.

Hilary: Says who?

Devon: Anatomy. Biology. And human reproduction.

Hilary: You want to have a baby?

Devon: I probably should have run it by you first, right?

Dylan: [Sighs] Good shower?

Alex: Could have been better with someone to scrub my back.

Dylan: Hmm. Yeah, I thought about it, but we would have ended up right back up in bed.

Alex: Yeah? And?

Dylan: And, uh, your boss might be cool with you playing on company time, but my boss wouldn't be so understanding.

Alex: I'm impressed with your professionalism.

Dylan: And I plan to impress you a lot more tonight once we're off the clock.

Alex: Well, I'll clear my schedule.

Dylan: Sooner we meet with Fisk, the faster I can wrap this up, and then I'm all yours.

Alex: You have been since the first moment we met. But I need you to hang back just a little bit longer.

Dylan: You're asking me to jump through more hoops?

Alex: I'm not playing you. It's all happening according to plan. Give me a couple hours to facilitate the next phase. Can you trust me to do that?

Dylan: I guess we'll see.

Alex: Fair enough. But you won't be sorry. You'll hear from me soon.

Michael: Gloria, why don't you take you and your insinuations to yoga class so my wife and I can enjoy lunch while we still have our appetites?

Gloria: Who's insinuating, Mikey?

Lauren: So you were implying that before I told him the truth, I was lying to him.

Gloria: Dut, dut, dut, dut. I never said that.

Lauren: I downplayed the problems at Fenmore's so Michael wouldn't feel stress.

Michael: She was being considerate of my feelings. I know that's an unfamiliar concept for you, but it's what people who actually care about one another do.

Gloria: Ah.

Lauren: And now he's fully aware of the entire situation.

Michael: Not that it's in any way your business.

Gloria: The only thing I'm guilty of is caring too much how my sons are treated. Enjoy that lunch.

Lauren: Well, as intrusive as it was...she had a point.

Michael: What? That she cares too much?

Lauren: No. That I didn't tell you the truth.

Michael: [Sighs]

Lauren: I'm sorry. I just -- I don't want you to be upset about Fenmore's finances.

Michael: I'm over -- over it, because now we can solve this problem as a team.

Lauren: I like the certainty of your voice.

Michael: Hmm.

Lauren: Okay, so what's the plan?

Michael: You'll know more in a few minutes.

Lauren: Why?

Michael: Because someone is going to join us.

Lauren: Do I know this person?

Michael: Not yet. But his name is Craig. But after today, we may all be referring to him as "that magical rich man who saved Fenmore's."

Lauren: What?! You call this teamwork?! [Sighs]

Phyllis: I know we're going a little fast here.

Ravi: I'm flattered, but, uh, I'm not leaving Jabot. Ashley needs me.

Phyllis: Well, that is for sure. Did she make you sign an exclusivity contract?

Ravi: Uh, I don't think so.

Phyllis: Well, that means there was a bump in pay. As a former Jabot employee, I am not surprised.

Ravi: They've been very good to me.

Phyllis: As they should be, because you are great at what you do. But they are not giving you what you're worth. You're loyal. Now, we are fine with you keeping your Jabot schedule as-is and working with Fenmore's during your off time.

Ravi: When would I sleep?

Phyllis: Any time you want. Fenmore's can offer you top-notch office space with an ergonomic office chair that flattens to a bed. It's like flying first class. My point is, it beats that inflatable furniture in your converted janitor's closet at Jabot. Now, it is sounding like we got a deal.

Ravi: Then you might be hearing things different than I am, 'cause I definitely didn't hear myself taking a deal. Is this one of those restaurants that spins?

Phyllis: No, but when we do make a deal, I will take you to one.

Ravi: Thank you.

Phyllis: Now, if there is anything else that Fenmore's can do to nurture all of that binary brilliance, I want you to know that my text is --

Ashley: "Senior executive marketing consultant." Huh. How sad. No room for "VP of poaching"?

Phyllis: Ashley, we are just having lunch. You don't let him out of the sweatshop to eat?

Ashley: So you're actually gonna now trash the one company that would give you a job when nobody else would, huh? This recruitment session is over.

Phyllis: Right? Because you say so? Because you see this talented human being as Jabot property and who cannot speak up for his own career?

Ashley: As opposed to the unbiased employment counseling that you're offering him, Phyllis?

Phyllis: Why don't you admit it? He has no contract. You're paying him a lousy rate. And his office is a joke. But that doesn't matter because he's helping you fix everything that is wrong with your precious app.

Ashley: You know, I got to admit it. You work so fast, don't you?

Phyllis: I'm gonna work a lot faster once Ravi starts working for us.

Ashley: Was it just a few weeks ago that you walked away from the job that you pretended to love so that the man that you still claim to love could move on with his life? How very uncharacteristically selfless of you.

Phyllis: You leave Jack out of this.

Ashley: No, I won't. Thankfully he didn't fall for it. He knows, I know you left so that you could exploit a friend who's in a weak position by claiming you could save her company from going under.

Phyllis: Ravi, you see, this is the point where she runs back to Jack and shares all of this because she's obsessed with running his life. It's much easier than getting one of her own.

Ashley: And what you don't know about Phyllis, Ravi, is that she's consumed with jealousy because she's not capable of having a real relationship with anybody ever because she poisons every single relationship. Don't you, Phyllis? But you know what, Ravi? It's your life. I'll leave you to it.

Ravi: I-I better go, too.

Phyllis: You know where to find me.

Lauren: How nice of you to drop everything and come see us. [Chuckles] But I assure you, my plan to revitalize Fenmore's is not hinged on shaking down Michael's old friends for investments.

Craig: Lauren, my real friends don't marry beautiful department store heiresses. They know how jealous and insecure that would make me.

Lauren: [Chuckles]

Michael: He's only kidding, honey. But he does have a truly terrible track record with women.

Craig: Sorry. It's a thing I do.

Lauren: So, the kind of investor I'm looking for is someone who would be very hands-off.

Craig: A true silent partner.

Lauren: Exactly.

Craig: Mike mentioned it.

Lauren: He did? Thank you, sweetheart.

Michael: Yeah. Fork over the cash and leave us alone.

Lauren: So you would have no trouble with me continuing to run the chain?

Craig: No. Retail is not one of my specialties.

Lauren: So I'm assuming you will not require a tour of the flagship?

Craig: No. I'm only interested in long-range potential profits.

Lauren: Aren't we all? [Laughs] Wow. I-I could write up a deal right now.

Craig: Sounds good to me. Mike, hand her that napkin.

Lauren: Okay, well, this is all very wonderful and sudden, but I think the two of us would benefit from something just a little bit more official.

Craig: Agreed. I'll put you in touch with my best VC guy at the bank, and then my team will come up with an offer.

Lauren: Wonderful. And I will take it to my team this afternoon.

Craig: Okay.

Michael: I am going to walk out my beautiful heiress wife. Can you handle that?

Craig: I'll see what I can do. I'll do my best.

Lauren: [Chuckles]

Craig: It's a pleasure, Lauren.

Lauren: Mine, as well. Thank you.

Craig: We'll be in touch.

Lauren: You got it.

Craig: All right.

Lauren: Oh, my God.

Michael: [Laughs]

Lauren: I owe you such an apology. Feel free to just throw it in my face the rest of our lives.

Michael: I will. I will. Score one for me? I-I mean for us, because as you now know, we're on the same team.

Lauren: And I believe they call that the winning team.

[Cell phone rings]

Kevin: That's the burner phone. It's Dylan.

Dylan: It's me.

Paul: Thank God. You're free to talk? I mean, are you okay? It's been two days.

Dylan: I'm okay. The operation is still a go. There were some curves in the road that I didn't expect. But I rode through them, and we're still on schedule. All that's missing is the intro to Fisk.

Paul: You're really all right? I mean, what's going on down there? Listen, all of us here, we just want you to know we really appreciate what you're doing.

Dylan: Just my job.

Paul: Right, well, that's just it. It is just a job. And although we want you to succeed, we don't want you to do so at the expense of your safety.

Dylan: I said I'm okay.

Paul: You sure? You don't sound okay. I mean, you sound -- you sound like a completely different person.

Dylan: 'Cause I am a different person. I have to be. This is like another planet down here. These aren't people. Just pieces of garbage. So am I. It's how it has to be.

Paul: So why no face-to-face meeting with Fisk?

Dylan: Christine didn't tell you?

Paul: No. You talked to Chris?

Dylan: No, we didn't speak, but she, uh, she called last night I guess to -- to check in, and Fisk's number two picked up the phone. And, I mean, we could have had a huge problem, but I handled it.

Paul: Okay, good. Honestly, I had no idea that -- that Chris called you. You know, I just wish we had a projected out time for this thing.

Dylan: I'm meeting with Fisk later. I should have all the evidence to take him down. I'm pretty sure tonight will be my last.

Paul: Be safe, and come home soon, okay?

Dylan: Yeah. Hey, real quick. How -- how's Sharon doing?

Paul: Uh, she's fine. I-I've been in touch with her. She's -- she's doing fine.

Dylan: When you see her, just, um... tell her I love her, okay?

Paul: Of course. But please, don't worry. Sharon really wants you home. She loves you and trusts you.

Dylan: She what?

Paul: She loves you and trusts you. She wants you home as soon as possible. She wants you on the next plane.

Dylan: Gotcha.

Paul: Listen, I'm gonna tell you again. You always have the option. If this doesn't go down the way you expect it to, you can always bail. You understand?

Dylan: This has to go down the way it's supposed to, or all this is for nothing.

Paul: Take care of yourself. And please contact me as soon as you can. We'll talk soon. That doesn't make any sense at all. He said that Chris called him last night. And she didn't mention it?

[Telephone rings]

Mariah: GC Buzz. A tip? Okay, great. Um, yeah. Go ahead. No, I did not know that Katy Perry was in Genoa City. Where was she? The bowling alley. Okay. She was with Frank Sinatra. Okay, that's great. Why don't you take a selfie for me? Bye.

GC buzz has been off the air and our fans have gone insane. [Chuckles] How are you? How's Devon?

Hilary: We're good. Really good.

Mariah: Well, please let Devon know that, uh, I hope he's back on his billionaire feet soon, and goodbye.

Hilary: Wait, you're done for the day?

Mariah: No, I am just done. I figured we could skip over the part where you fire me again.

Hilary: Mariah, I'm here because there's something that I need to say to you.

Mariah: I know. I know, Hilary. "Get out," "how dare you," "don't expect a reference."

Hilary: Actually, it's a little more like "thank you."

Devon: Hey, quick question, uh, pre-checkup. How soon would you say Hilary and I can start trying to get pregnant?

Stitch: [Chuckles] Devon, you should probably avoid strenuous activity for a while.

Devon: Well, if it's not strenuous and there's no crazy choreography or anything like that, I should be able to...?

Stitch: Have sex with your wife?

Devon: Yes.

Stitch: [Chuckles] Yeah, just...keep it simple.

Devon: That's all I needed to hear.

Stitch: Actually, the endorphins might speed up your healing.

Devon: Perfect.

Stitch: The crucial thing to being new parents is a solid relationship. You guys are good, right?

Devon: Yeah, we're great. When I first got home, she was a little worried that I was too fragile to be out of the ICU. But she knows that's not an issue now, so...

Stitch: She's got baby fever, too?

Devon: She's more excited about it than I am.

Stitch: Good. When this baby finally shows up, it lucks out twice in the parent department. All right, let's do this.

Hilary: You were worried about Devon, but you held it together, and you made a very smart and professional choice, and it blew me away. The things that you said on air --

Mariah: Wait, you're talking about the little announcement I made about the accident?

Hilary: Devon's family didn't think it was little. And neither did I. It was big enough to cut through that fog of pain that I was in. Just to see someone care about Devon as much as you do and express it, it... it made me realize that I wasn't alone, and it really gave me strength.

Mariah: Wow, um... I had no idea. Hilary, I was honestly just doing what I thought anybody else would do in that situation.

Hilary: Well, it was -- it was perfect.

Mariah: I thought you blamed me for the accident up until this point.

Hilary: That really wasn't fair of me. What you did, it was -- it was in reaction to the things that I did. And no matter how stupidly we acted, neither one of us crashed that car.

Mariah: I really can't believe that we are having this conversation, but I'm happy that we are.

Hilary: Me, too. So now we can put it behind us and we don't have to mention it ever again. And Devon would like that, too.

Mariah: I'm assuming you guys talked about all of that stuff at the benefit?

Hilary: We hashed it out, and we've decided to focus on our future and how lucky we are to still have time with each other. We're gonna be starting a family soon, so, um, I think it's good if we surround ourselves with this positive energy.

Mariah: Well, I would like to put the past in the past, as well. That was not one of my better evenings.

Hilary: Well, consider it forgotten. And now we can move on. That is, if you still see a place for yourself here. I know that you were ready to walk out.

Mariah: No, no, not because I-I don't love our show. I just don't like being fired.

Hilary: Okay. Then it's settled. And now I really think that we can have a better relationship. But one teensy little thing. Would you mind not calling it "our" show? Because it -- it's still my show, and I-I wouldn't want to confuse anyone, you know?

Paul: All right, thanks.

Kevin: Chief.

Paul: Yeah. That was Chris. She had no idea what I was talking about. She didn't call Dylan last night.

Kevin: Then who did?

Paul: Dylan said it was a woman's voice. Do you have any idea who might do something so stupid and reckless?

Kevin: Well, yeah. Sharon. And she was here yesterday, but... did she get her hands on a burner phone?

Paul: I don't know, Kevin! Did she?

Kevin: Well, we have to find out.

Paul: Like right now? Let's go!

Dylan: [Sighs]

Paul: Sharon really wants you home. She loves you and trusts you.

Dylan: Who the hell am I?

[Knock on door]

Dylan: Yeah?

Alex: It's me.

Dylan: [Sniffles]

Alex: We're good to go. Fisk is waiting.

Dylan: Let's do this.

Ravi: Ashley.

Ashley: I have something to say. I want you to listen to me very closely.

Ravi: Yes, ma'am.

Ashley: Obviously you're no longer happy working here, so I brought this box for you to pack up your things, and I'm gonna help you so that you're not tempted to steal any corporate secrets.

Ravi: This is a misunderstanding. I don't want to leave. Please -- please stop packing. Actually a Jabot stapler. Please hear me out, okay? Please?

Ashley: What's to hear? You were having a meeting with a very disgruntled ex-employee about doing the same job at a different company.

Ravi: I knew nothing of her agenda.

Ashley: I feel really betrayed.

Ravi: You have to believe I would have never agreed to that lunch if I thought it could affect my position here, and especially your opinion of me. 'Cause that's the only thing that matters to me more than this job.

Ashley: Look, it's been a... it's been a rough afternoon, so why don't, um... go ahead and unpack everything, and, uh, take the rest of the day off. We'll work on JabotGo some more tomorrow, okay? It'll be better for both of us.

Ravi: I-I can't accept any time off without asking you one last time. Just...forgive me.

Phyllis: You would love Ravi. He is smart off the charts. He -- he's fluent in all of the emerging app technologies. He's cutting edge. He's -- he's sweet. He's humble.

Lauren: I love him already.

Phyllis: But I don't think he's very good with alcohol or women.

Lauren: Oh, really? [Laughs] What happened?

Phyllis: Well, just as he was agreeing to do some tech consulting for us, Ashley blazes in on a full-on freak-out.

Lauren: Really?

Phyllis: Yeah.

Lauren: Well, honey, you are wearing the most corrupting outfit in the history of lunch while trying to get an unsullied boy genius as drunk as you can. Yeah, why would Ashley have a problem with that?

Phyllis: I was mortified for him. She practically dragged him out on his earlobe. I am the one that she is angry at. She despises me.

Lauren: Because of Jack?

Phyllis: Billy, Victor, and I'm probably forgetting 20 other things.

Lauren: Well, thank you for enduring that today and for trying to enlist Ravi into the very tiny "save Fenmore's" army.

Phyllis: You know what? I love being a part of this army. And we're gonna fight to the end.

Lauren: Yes, but we may not have to.

Gloria: [Sighs]

Craig: Gloria? [Chuckles]

Gloria: [Chuckles] Craig? Oh!

Como ta le vu?

Craig: Muy bien. ¿Y usted?

Gloria: You haven't changed a bit. [Chuckles]

Craig: Have a seat.

Gloria: Thank you. I will. So, if you're looking for Michael, he and his wife were at this very table about an hour ago.

Craig: I know. I met Lauren. The three of us had dessert and a very interesting chat.

Gloria: Really? About what?

Craig: Actually, about me seeing a lot more of them. And you if you're living here now.

Gloria: [Chuckles] Eh, for the moment. I adore la Cote D'Azure, where I've been expatting for the past few years, but, um, never in spring, never in summer. Un peu touristique pour moi. [Chuckles] So, are you, um, living in Genoa City?

Craig: Not yet. But I'm considering investing in Fenmore's.

Gloria: [Laughs]

Craig: [Chuckles]

Gloria: How absolutely fabulous.

Phyllis: So he really wants nothing to do with the retail operation?

Lauren: That's what he said.

Phyllis: He's not gonna come up with, like, a list of brilliant ideas to jump-start those profits?

Lauren: He hates shopping and makes a rule of never going to a store.

Phyllis: He's loaded and he doesn't like shopping. Is he out of his mind?

Lauren: A little quirky. But very nice.

Phyllis: Did you make the deal?

Lauren: Well, it's on its way. I mean, ideally, I would not want a cash infusion from an outside source, especially a friend of Michael's, but...

Phyllis: I don't know. I just think the timing is a little too perfect. I can't help it. I-I don't know. I think miracles, they're suspicious.

Lauren: I'm with you on that, but honestly, honey, what other option do we have?

Phyllis: Bupkis. Make the deal.

Gloria: Isn't this phone cozy a scream? [Chuckles] A little too much for daytime, but Donatella handcrafts them for select friends, so it's very special.

Craig: And with all these sequins, you never have to look too hard for it.

Gloria: Oh, I never lose a phone. That phone is like my third child.

Craig: [Chuckles]

Michael: Of course, that's not in order of preference.

Craig: [Laughs]

Gloria: Please don't encourage him, Craig.

Michael: What's going on, Gloria?

Gloria: We're exchanging numbers.

Michael: Um...why?

Gloria: So we can continue to catch up the next time Craig's in town. We haven't seen each other in such a long time.

Craig: It's been way too long. But your mom looks exactly the same. Are you one of those hot new vampires?

Gloria: [Chuckles]

Michael: You're half right.

Gloria: No. But I do bite.

Craig: That sounds like trouble. But I have to run. Tell Lauren I will be in touch very soon.

Michael: All right.

Gloria: And be sure and call me.

Craig: I'm gonna call so much, you may have to block me.

Gloria: Never.

Michael: What's that about? Eyes, Gloria.

Gloria: I told you. Two friends catching up.

Michael: But Craig is not your friend. You never liked him.

Gloria: Don't exaggerate, Mikey.

Michael: So, where did this very spontaneous attraction come from?

Gloria: Come on. He's rich, he's handsome, and he's kind of funny. He definitely has a thing for me.

Michael: You're right. There can't be many of those out there. You better lock this one down quickly.

Gloria: Finally we agree on something.

Michael: First, two things need to be finalized -- a divorce from your current lousy husband and Lauren's investment deal for Fenmore's.

Gloria: Fine. What are you doing with my phone?

Michael: I can't afford you jeopardizing this investment by being able to call Craig whenever you feel like it, so I'm deleting his number -- for now.

Gloria: Stop it! Give me that. You didn't. You did. I could strangle you.

Michael: Sorry. Had to. We saw him first.

Mariah: Hey, you wanted to see me?

Hilary: Uh, yeah, this will just take a second. Um, I just went through the whole folder of feature ideas for the new episodes that you put together.

Mariah: Yeah, I didn't want you to come back and have to start from zero.

Hilary: Um, well, that was very considerate. I really appreciate that.

Mariah: I'm glad you liked it.

Hilary: I didn't say that. I mean, I-I like the font. And I loved the layout. Um, it's very easy to follow. But I was hoping that you wouldn't mind using this for 30 brand-new pitches?

Mariah: 30? Wow. 30. Um... okay. I can get started on that right away. Do you mind going through the first list and kind of flagging the ideas that you liked?

Hilary: Well, that's kind of why I need the new list. The first batch of ideas, they were great. They were. But for the new show, we can't use great, okay? We need fabulous. We need thrilling. We need incredible. We've been off for so long, and our viewers -- they really deserve this. You understand, right?

Mariah: Yeah. I do. More than you know.

Hilary: Okay, perfect. Um, oh, my God. I cannot believe how late it is. I need to get ready for those promos, so I'll be in hair and makeup.

Devon: Hey. Were you here the whole time we were dark?

Mariah: [Laughing] Hey! You look amazing! What car crash?

Devon: You can give me a little mini hug.

Mariah: Okay.

Devon: Everything that needs to heal is on the inside.

Mariah: Mini hug is good. Mini hug is good. Hilary told us not to expect you. She made it sound like you were still broken and fragile, surrounded by a medical team 24/7.

Devon: Yeah, she's been a little bit overprotective, but she forgot to pin my PJs to the couch, so I called for a car. I'll probably get a lecture for it.

Mariah: Well, she's in hair and makeup for promos later.

Devon: Okay, awesome. Listen, I just wanted to say thank you for everything that you've been doing around here.

Mariah: Look, before you go see Hilary, can I talk to you about something?

Devon: Of course.

Mariah: Hilary and I talked, and I know you guys are committed to focusing on only good things and your plans for the future, and I am so happy for you both. But there's been something that's been bothering me, and I really want to get it off my chest.

Devon: Of course. Well, talk to me.

Mariah: I just want to say I am so, so sorry for any part that I played in what happened the night of your accident.

Kevin: There was a call made yesterday from this phone to one of Dylan's burners.

Paul: Was Sharon here then?

Kevin: She was. And she was in your office... alone.

Paul: Alone?! What do you mean, she was alone?!

Kevin: I had to go to the server room!

Paul: Oh, damn it, Kevin! You and Sharon may have just blown Dylan's cover! You have any idea what that means?! You have put his life in danger!

Fisk: Hello. You caught me cleaning up some old business. But I'm sure our arrangement will be much more harmonious.

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

Devon: I remember New Year's Eve. I know what happened.

Paul: If he thinks that Sharon can't cope with this, he's not gonna be able to focus on this job.

Dylan: I've proven you can trust me.

Fisk: Well, Alex may think so. I'm not convinced.

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