Y&R Transcript Thursday 1/19/17

Y&R Transcript Thursday 1/19/17


Provided By Suzanne

Devon: Go for it.

Devon: I'm gonna tell you the same thing that I told Hilary. I don't want to dwell on New Year's Eve and what happened with the wreck that night and everything else. It's over. It doesn't matter. And we're moving on, okay?

Mariah: I know, I know. Hilary told me. But I really, really need you to listen to me.

Devon: Go for it.

Mariah: Ever since the accident, I have been blaming myself over choosing a terrible time to try and get revenge on Hilary. It was stupid. I am embarrassed for how I acted. Look, I didn't think that the whole teleprompter thing would be --

Devon: Teleprompter thing?

Mariah: Yeah, the one that Hilary was using at the gala. Look, I-I know that there are some things that you don't remember from that night, but now that Hilary's filled you in, I really, really would like to apologize. I shouldn't have changed the copy the way that I did. It was nasty and it was mean. I don't know, I guess I thought it would be cool to trick Hilary into making a public confession about tripping me on the show that day. But it wasn't cool. I felt gross afterwards, and then I heard about the crash. And, Devon, we could have lost you, and it would have been my fault.

Jack: Hey. What's wrong? Is there some kind of glitch with the program?

Ashley: You know what? You're the glitch. Why did you go after Fenmore's, anyway? Why were you so determined? Are you bored because you're not butting heads with Victor anymore?

Jack: Whoa, whoa, why are you yelling at me?

Ashley: Because you went after Fenmore's, Jack, and you provoked Phyllis in the process. Now, maybe she's not working at Jabot anymore, but she's not done inflicting damage on this company. And if she manages to steal Ravi from us, I blame you.

Kevin: I'm sorry, Paul. If anything happens to Dylan, I won't be able to forgive myself.

Paul: I know, Kevin. I could say the same thing. Let's just back up for a moment and see if we can piece this whole thing together.

Kevin: Okay, um, Sharon came here yesterday, and she was determined to contact Dylan. I said no, absolutely not. And then I had to step out. I told you it was an emergency. I was only gone a few minutes. But the phone was in here.

Paul: Out in the open?

Kevin: No, it was in your drawer.

Paul: She went into my desk?

Kevin: She must have. The good news is, according to the log, the call didn't last long. It was less than 60 seconds.

Paul: That's because Fisk's second in command grabbed the phone. You know, we're lucky Sharon didn't blow his cover right then and there. She could have called him by name, announced that his wife was on the phone.

Kevin: So Dylan didn't know that it was Sharon who called?

Paul: No, because it was a woman's voice, he assumed it was Chris. And I don't want him to know the truth, because if he thinks that Sharon can't cope with this, he's not gonna be able to focus on this job, and that could cost him everything. You understand?

Kevin: Mm-hmm. But if Sharon were willing to go this far this time --

Paul: No, there's not gonna be a next time. I'll see to that right now.

Dylan: Just keep it safe for me, okay?

Sharon: Dylan. Tell me that you'll be back soon. Tell me that you're coming home.


Fisk: I'm tired of waiting.


Fisk: I just want answers. I got someone to deal with.

Dylan: I didn't plan on doing this in front of an audience. Why don't you cut this guy loose so we can get down to business? [Groans] [Coughs]

Fisk: How did Strayner get that information? Just tell me.

[Gasping] I didn't have a choice! He blackmailed me!

Fisk: You had a choice. But you made the wrong one.

[Muffled shouting]

Fisk: There. No audience. Derek, it's good to meet you.


Dylan: Was that for my benefit? Because if it was, it really wasn't necessary. This isn't my first rodeo.

Fisk: Good for you. Now, let's get on with it, then.

Dylan: I got the cash. Your girl Friday here can vouch for that.

Alex: Fisk is up to speed on the details.

Dylan: Okay. Well, my boss is all about the details. And he just wants to know what he's getting. He wants to be clear about that supply chain, delivery dates, even the name on the boat.

Fisk: Well, you're paying for product, not information.

Dylan: The product isn't in the room, is it? No. Which means I'll be acting in good faith when I hand this over. And my boss doesn't deal in good faith. He wants details.

Fisk: Well, he's not my boss, is he? [Laughs] You know, I can find another buyer, one who doesn't make demands.

Dylan: All right. Good luck with that. No details, no deal.

Fisk: Wait! You'll get them when it's time.

Dylan: No, the time is now. I've proven you can trust me.

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

Paul: Hey, Sharon.

Sharon: Paul, hi. Um, could I call you later? I-I was just about to drop some things off at the main house. Faith has an overnight trip with her class.

Paul: This won't take long. I promise you. I, uh, told Dylan that I would check up on you every now and then to make sure you're okay. Um, listen, Kevin tells me that you stopped by the station.

Sharon: Yes, I did, because you won't tell me anything.

Paul: Well, and you know it is for your own good and for Dylan's safety.

Sharon: How do I know Dylan's safe? How do I know that he's okay? I don't even know where he is, how long he's gonna be gone, who these people are he's dealing with, what they'll expect of him.

Paul: Sharon, you know everything that's important. You know that Dylan's smart, he's careful, and he's well-trained. And look, I-I realize how hard it is to stay calm.

Sharon: No, it's not hard! It's impossible! You get reports! You probably even get to talk to Dylan! But I get nothing! You know, if I could just hear his voice and I would know that he was all right.

Paul: Is that why you risked blowing his cover? Is that why you risked everything? So you could call him and hear his voice?

Michael: Bam.

Kevin: What is this?

Michael: Tickets to the cavaliers versus bucks.

Kevin: Why? Are these strings? You want Gloria to live with me forever. Nope. Take them back. Wait. Now take them back.

Michael: This is not a bribe. It's a thank-you. Nothing more. You opened your home to Gloria.

Kevin: And it's been going swell, really. Thanks for basically giving me no choice.

Michael: But you're handling it so well. Even paying for yoga classes at the club for her. Brilliant.

Kevin: Well, we told her we wanted her to stay lithe and limber for suitors. Then I dunked my head in bleach.

Michael: For a good cause. Family harmony.

Kevin: Oh, yeah, my home is incredibly harmonious with Gloria and Chloe. You know what, these tickets will help, though, or at least get me out of the house for the night.

Michael: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: Hey. Your office said I'd find you here. You have a minute?

Kevin: Will you please take him off my hands? I've got some business I have to monitor. The longer Gloria stays with me, the more of these I'm gonna need.

Michael: [Chuckles] [Chuckles] What? Everything okay? You tracking me down for a face-to-face makes me nervous.

Phyllis: Maybe I just came by to say hi.

Michael: Do you need me as a lawyer or a friend?

Phyllis: Definitely both.

Ashley: First I find Phyllis in her old office chatting up Ravi. And then I find them at top of the tower, where she's been wining and dining him. And remember, she understands computers. She speaks Ravi's language.

Jack: Okay, she took him to lunch. They had a conversation. What else did Phyllis do specifically?

Ashley: What else did she do? Are you kidding me? She plays upon his ego and his -- his innocence. He had no idea she was trying to poach him over to Fenmore's.

Jack: Well, if he didn't know, he didn't know. I hope you weren't too hard on him.

Ashley: I had every reason to be angry, Jack. Ravi claims that he understands and he feels awful and he says he has no intention of leaving Jabot.

Jack: Wait, why would he have to? Hello.

Ashley: Hi.

Ravi: Hi. Look, you don't have to fire me, and I don't expect severance. I'll drop off my id badge at hr.

Jack: Whoa, whoa, no, no, no, Ravi. Take your things back to your office, and let's sit down and talk. In fact, let's talk over dinner, unless you're still too full from lunch.

Ravi: Really?

Jack: Really. Come on, I'm starving. Let's go.

Ravi: Okay.

Marlene just dropped out --

Hilary: Not now.

No guest, no episode.

Hilary: [Sighs] Give me the phone. Hi, Marlene? How can we fix this?

Devon: Hey, listen, Mariah, I don't blame you. That's the truth, okay? Hilary and I talked, but she's still upset, and I still have some blank spots in my memory, so if you can help me out, you would really be doing me a favor.

Mariah: Of course.

Devon: Um, you said you put a copy in the teleprompter?

Mariah: Hilary read it out loud, and everyone was shocked. Then she came at me. You broke us up, and then you two went at it. And then you stormed out. I guess that's why you hopped into that new, flashy car you just bought. I heard you were going fast. Really, really fast. And it was so icy out that night. Look, you -- you should blame me. You should.

I would. But the fact that you don't and the fact that you and Hilary are all right... did I just make everything worse?

Hilary: Devon. Babe, what are you doing here? You should be resting. Come on. I'm gonna take you home. You look exhausted. I'm getting you straight to --

Devon: I'm fine. I'm more than fine. I was getting stir crazy at home, actually. And Mariah was just catching me up.

Mariah: Go home. Take it easy for a few days at least.

Devon: Well, who am I to argue with the women in my life, especially the star over here and our producer, especially when they agree on something?

Mariah: Trust me, you don't have to worry about Hilary and I. We talked. We're good. No more dust-ups.

Hilary: Yeah, we're great.

Devon: Good. Then I guess my job here is done. Let's go home.

Hilary: Yeah.

Mariah: Bye, guys. Take care.

Devon: Hey, thank you, Mariah.

Michael: All right, according to you, Ravi Shapur is not under contract with Jabot. Fenmore's does not have an official non-compete with Jabot. So Ashley can be indignant that you tried to steal an employee, but you did nothing illegal, not even unethical.

Phyllis: Good. Thank you.

Michael: Since when does Ashley Abbott cause you to second-guess yourself?

Phyllis: This is not about me. This is about Fenmore's. This is about your wife. I want to help her and the company in any way I can, and getting sued is not in the helpful category.

Michael: Look at you, being all conscientious. You know what? Thank you. Lauren is hopeful, and that makes me grateful.

Phyllis: Well, you know what? I hope that your friend Craig comes through. We need him and his bank account.

Michael: He's a straight shooter. If he says he wants to invest, he's not playing games. I was just afraid Gloria was gonna muck things up before the deal was final.

Phyllis: Why? How? Come on, you just made me feel better about Ashley, and now you're making me freak out about Gloria. What kind of friend are you?

Michael: Easy, easy, easy. No, I was just afraid Gloria was trying to weasel a job out of Craig, but the explanation is much simpler and, sadly, more predictable.

Phyllis: Things with Gloria are never simple. Or predictable.

Ravi: Mm. Oh, I'm sorry. Did -- did you want this?

Jack: No, no, no. I'm glad you enjoyed it.

Ravi: I did. I usually eat three meals a day at my desk out of a bag. Today...

Ashley: Wined and dined twice in one day. Lucky you.

Ravi: I won't get used to it. I like my desk. I-I can go back now if you want.

Jack: No, we want you to be happy at Jabot.

Ravi: There's no place I'd rather be.

Ashley: Let's make it official.

Ravi: A contract?

Ashley: Yes.

[Cell phone vibrates]

Ashley: Is there a problem with that?

Ravi: No. This -- this is great.

Jack: Excuse me. I have to take this. Look, read it over. Make sure you like it. We want you to be happy.

Ashley: And to be ours.

Ravi: Well, let's make it so.

Jack: Hello?

Gloria: Can you talk?

Jack: How soon can you meet me at top of the tower?

Gloria: Check your elevator.

Paul: By calling him, you could have blown everything.

Sharon: A woman answered his phone. Why did she have his phone? How do you know he's okay? Maybe he's being kept against his will!

Paul: Sharon... we talked to Dylan. We spoke with him. That's how we know you made the call. And because the voice was a woman, he assumed that he was speaking with Chris.

Sharon: Who is she, and what does she have to do with his case?

Paul: That isn't up for debate. You need to promise me that you will not take that risk again.

Sharon: You want to give me nothing and you want me to make promises? I'm just supposed to stay home and do nothing? Not think? Not move? Just wait for the day that he comes walking through the door again or wait for you to stop by and tell me that he's dead! And what am I supposed to tell faith if that happens? And how am I supposed to get through the next night, the next week, or however long it takes? You know, when he left, he... he couldn't say the words. He wouldn't say that he was coming home. And I just kept thinking that... that he had a feeling.

Paul: Sharon. He will be back. Dylan is coming home.

Dylan: Delivery on payment. That was the agreement.

Fisk: No, no, no. I said you'd get what is yours.

That was the agreement.

[Door closes]

Dylan: All right, Fisk. I got a boss to answer to. And this wasn't part of the plan.

Alex: His boss is, uh, overeager. She already called.

Fisk: She? You said you work for parcells, who's definitely not a woman. So now, tell me, who's really pulling your strings?

Dylan: My boss is parcells. And just like you, he has a lieutenant, and just like yours, she's a woman. Her name is Amanda. [Chuckling] Can -- can we just get on with this?

Fisk: Why did she call?

Dylan: I didn't get a chance to ask her.

Alex: I answered. She didn't say much, then hung up.

Fisk: Then how do you even know it was parcells' second?

Dylan: Because nobody else has the number. I mean, who cares who called? This is about money for product, right?

Fisk: Why didn't you call her back?

Dylan: 'Cause I was busy. You want details to that transaction, too, or did you already get those? So... when, where, and how can I get this shipment so I can finally tell my boss this wasn't a complete waste of time?

Sharon: This has been on his finger since the day I put it on him. Since the day you married us. And now it's hidden in a box because this ring could expose him. This -- this is us. It's, uh, a man who protects me and loves me and forgives me for a lot of things. Has anyone ever forgiven you like that?

Paul: Yeah. Chris has.

Sharon: So then you know what it's like when someone really loves you, that they can forgive you and they can... they can see who you really are and they stand by you. [Sighs]

Paul: [Chuckles]

Sharon: You know, Dylan forgave me for the lies about sully. Do you think that if sully were in our lives today that you would have even sent him on this case? Or do you think that Dylan would've even taken it? Dylan -- he needed to forget about the pain. He needed to forget about his life. And for him, it was worth risking everything so that he wouldn't have to spend another day in this house with an empty nursery upstairs.

Paul: I understand, Sharon. I do. And I know the waiting seems like forever. But I swear to you, I never would have let Dylan go if I didn't think he'd make it back home.

Sharon: [Sighs] You can't be sure about that, Paul. And what if I -- what if I ruined everything now? I mean, I never -- never got to actually talk to Dylan. But what if I exposed him?

Paul: Dylan is still okay. And he's smart. Trust me. Believe me that more than anything else in this world, he wants to come home to you. And he'll do that. I trust my son to do what he sets out to do, okay? I have to get back to the station. You're gonna be okay.

Sharon: Yeah. Thanks, Paul. Um, I promise I won't do anything else stupid. [Sniffles] Oh, um... do you... do you want to take this?

Paul: You give it back to him when he comes home.

[Door closes]

Hilary: Devon.

[Door closes]

Hilary: Hey.

[Keys clatter]

Hilary: What's going on? You were so quiet in the car. Did something happen at your checkup?

Devon: No. Actually, um, Stitch gave me a clean bill of health. And I'm off pain meds, so having this is fine.

Hilary: Good. That's -- that's good.

Devon: He actually said that I just need to take things slow, but I can pretty much get back to life the way things were before the accident.

Hilary: Oh, that is wonderful. And I can't think of a better way to celebrate... than trying to start our new family.

Devon: I remember.

Hilary: What?

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

Hilary: That's what you and Mariah were talking about, wasn't it? She was filling your head with lies about me!

Devon: Is that what you really want to stick with is that they're lies? 'Cause everything she said fell pretty much right in line with what I remember.

Hilary: Your memory really came back?

Devon: Yes, my memory really did come back. And the truth has been right in front of my face this entire time -- everything you did, everything Mariah helped you do to yourself. I left that night in that car 'cause I was trying to get as far away from you as possible. And you were gonna keep me in the dark about it, weren't you?

Hilary: Stitch said that it was too soon. Ask him. Ask Neil. Ask Lily. Okay? Everyone was just trying not to upset you.

Devon: I don't care. I don't care. I want you to say it. I want to hear you say the words of what you did, that you sabotaged Mariah and purposely wanted to humiliate her like a damn middle school girl tripping the competition 'cause you're jealous. Do you have any idea how pathetic that sounds?

Hilary: You wouldn't listen. You just kept telling me that nothing from that night mattered as long as we were together. Devon, when you woke up in the hospital, you had tears in your eyes, and you apologized for taking such a horrible risk, and you were relieved that I wasn't in the car with you, that I hadn't been hurt. That's your instinct. Deep down, all you care about is that we're together. That was true then. And it was real. So why isn't it true now? Devon. What's really changed?

Devon: Everything.

Phyllis: Can we get back to the conversation about Gloria?

Michael: [Sighs]

Phyllis: You saw her exchanging numbers with your old friend Craig?

Michael: Yeah. Whom she normally can't stand. He's calm and stable, and therefore way too boring for her. But suddenly Gloria was all smiles and charm. So naturally I thought she was trying to weasel a job out of him.

Phyllis: Well, if he's really your friend, I assume you told him to haul off and go in the opposite direction?

Michael: Only, uh, she's not trying to get a job. She's trying to get a husband.

Jack: Craig Steele? What does he know about fashion?

Gloria: [Chuckles] He knows about friendship. He's fond of Michael and Lauren, and he wants to help. Who knows? Maybe a little glamour in his life is an added bonus.

Jack: And he doesn't know the first thing about Lauren's business, which I'm sure is part of the appeal for her.

Gloria: Yes, because she doesn't want anybody hanging over her shoulder telling her what to do.

Jack: Hands off is not the way I operate.

Gloria: Which is why you're sitting here with me instead of signing a contract with her.

Jack: This is not going at all like I planned. Lauren finds deep pockets, and now Phyllis is snaking my best employees.

Ravi: That woman must be pretty important for the boss to be spending this much time with her.

Ashley: [Sighs] Gloria's a black hole of chaos and destruction.

Ravi: Ah. Is she one of his ex-wives, like Phyllis?

Ashley: [Coughs]

Ravi: Are you okay?

Ashley: I'm fine. She's not one of Jack's ex-wives, thank God. Phyllis was bad enough. By the way, Ravi, you do know that Phyllis and Jack just broke up recently, right? Which is why he resents her for trying to seduce you. I mean, over to Fenmore's.

Ravi: If that's what goes on after a breakup -- using people -- then I'm glad I'm single.

Ashley: Nobody special in your life?

Ravi: I haven't found the right girl.

Ashley: You're very young.

Ravi: It's not that. My parents' marriage set the bar pretty high.

Ashley: You know, you haven't spoken much about your family. Are you close to them?

Ravi: Yeah, in my culture, family's everything.

Ashley: What do your parents do? Please don't tell me they're rocket scientists.

Ravi: Just my dad. He's working the mars mission at NASA.

Ashley: Wow. What about your mom?

Ravi: Oh, she's just a neurosurgeon.

Ashley: [Chuckles] "Just"?

Ravi: I'm only kidding. She's pretty amazing. Truth is, I have great parents.

Ashley: Well, it seems like you have a lot to live up to. But you're more than capable of meeting the challenge, I think.

Ravi: Thank you. Right now, Ashley, I just want to do great things for you. And Jabot.

Jack: If it was easy, it wouldn't be any fun. Phyllis lost out on Ravi. Craig Steele is gonna lose out on Fenmore.

Gloria: Leave the gory details to me, Jack.

Jack: I'd like to know some details. How are you going to pull this off?

Gloria: I told you, I've convinced Michael I've set my sights on Craig -- romantically.

Jack: Now you're gonna drag romance into this?

Gloria: [Chuckles] Come on, Jack. My ring finger's naked. And nice but boring Craig can afford one heck of a rock.

Paul: Hey.

Kevin: Hi.

Paul: Any word from Miami?

Kevin: Nothing. How'd it go with Sharon?

Paul: Well, she admitted using the cell to call Dylan.

Kevin: She gets that that was a really bad idea, right?

Paul: Yeah. You know, Kevin... [Sighs] I thought about how this case would affect Dylan, all the pressures and all the stresses, but I really didn't think through what it would do to Sharon. So, you know, I just tried to reassure her.

Kevin: Well, it's all true. Dylan is on top of this, chief. He's gonna do whatever it takes to make it back from this mission, the same way he did whatever it took to make it back from the war. That's what you told Sharon, right?

Paul: Essentially, yes.

Kevin: Good, because all of that is true. Dylan's gonna be home soon.

Paul: Yeah. [Sighs]

Mariah: Hey. Do you want to hear some crazy news? Devon is up and walking around, and he and Hilary are back together. I know, I know. She's awful. But guess what? I'm not Devon. I don't have to be married to her. Although I do have to say it is a little reassuring to see that somebody can work through any... what's wrong? Is it Dylan? Did something happen?

Sharon: Paul was just here, and he said that Dylan is okay. But, uh...

Mariah: But what?

Sharon: But his cover may have been blown because of, uh, me, something stupid that I did.

Mariah: What something? I don't understand.

Sharon: I found this special phone at the police station, and I tried to call Dylan on it. And a woman answered.

Mariah: A woman? Like a -- like a drug dealer woman?

Sharon: I don't know. I got off the phone with her as fast as possible.

Mariah: Sharon...

Sharon: I might have ruined everything. I... Dylan could be in danger. And if something were to ever happen to him because of me, I just... I don't know how I would handle that. I wouldn't survive it.

[Machine clicking quickly]

[Machine stops]

Dylan: It's all there.

Alex: Like you're not gonna weigh the product? You're just gonna trust us?

Dylan: [Chuckles] If I ever get the product, I'll let you know.

Alex: There's a discrepancy.

Fisk: That's not good. Not good at all.

Dylan: Hold on. Go ahead, Alex. Tell him.

Alex: There's more than the agreed amount.

Dylan: About 5% more. My boss is a generous man. He wants this deal to go smoothly. But feel free to give some to charity. Whatever.

Fisk: It'll go to a good cause.

Dylan: [Chuckles] Yeah, I'm sure. My boss wants confirmation that the transaction is done. So, uh, let's get to the pier and finish this. Finally. Hey, I'm gonna catch up with you after I get the shipment, all right?

Alex: You do that.

Fisk: Bring the car around. Take our friend Derek to pier 13. Shipment's on the Esmeralda. Registered in panama. You got all that? The product is excellent. Price is fair. No nonsense. It was a pleasure doing business with you. Derek, I say we do it again sometime.

Hilary: Please, Devon. Talk to me. Yell if you have to. I can take it. Don't just sit there and act like it's all over. Seeing you in that hospital bed, it changed me. Whatever it takes to heal us, I'll do it. I want a life with you, Devon. I want a home. I want a family. And I will do all of the hard work, okay? Because I know that we are worth it.

Devon: No, we're not. We never were worth it. Our relationship's been a mistake from day one, okay? You can dress it up with money and this damn penthouse and your looks, but at the end of the day, it is what it is. It's ugly, and it's cheap.

Hilary: We have love, Devon. We have... we have real love.

Devon: Yeah?

Hilary: Yeah. And it's precious, and it's worth fighting for.

Devon: Do you have any idea how guilty I felt going off the road like I did, thinking I was putting you through hell? Do you? I guess the real joke is on me, right?!

[Glass shatters]

Hilary: Hey, we can -- we can -- we can start over. Devon. Come on. Things for us have never been easy, from the way that we fell in love to the things that got in the way. And this -- this can -- this can be like a fire, and it just burns all of that away. And we can start fresh. We can -- we can focus on us, on our future.

Devon: We don't have a future. We're done. We never should have happened. You're toxic!

Hilary: No, Devon. No, no. That's not -- that's not true. Okay, there's a reason why we fell in love, okay? We -- we told the whole world to go to hell!

Devon: Well, you know what? I'm not telling that to the whole world anymore. I'm just telling you. So why don't you get your things, get out of this house, and you go to hell? We're finished!

Hilary: [Sighs]

Ashley: This was such a lovely evening. You know what? I almost feel grateful to Phyllis.

Ravi: Me, too. I definitely wasn't expecting a Jabot contract, especially after I screwed up today.

Ashley: Come on, that's all forgiven and forgotten. It's been nice getting to know you away from the office. I hope I wasn't prying too much.

Ravi: Not at all. You're surprisingly easy to talk to.

Ashley: What do you mean, surprising? You don't think I'm a warm and fuzzy person, Ravi?

Ravi: No, that's not it. You're one of the warmest people I've ever met. Uh, surprising because I don't usually open up to people easily, so anyone who thinks you're not a warm person obviously doesn't know you.

Ashley: That's sweet.

Jack: Do me a favor. Don't go marrying Steele until you kill his deal with Fenmore's.

Gloria: Oh, come on. I was just kidding. Maybe. Thing is, I understand Craig better now. He may have a full bank account, but an empty life and a lovely house in Nantucket.

Jack: By spending all your time spending Craig's money, how are you gonna find time for the "little job" you requested at Jabot?

Gloria: You jealous, Jackie? Afraid I'm gonna focus on Craig and forget our little deal?

Jack: Do we have a deal? Try to convince me.

Gloria: How little faith you have in me.

Jack: Gee, I wonder why. Listen to me. Thank you for the information. I will handle things from here.

[Picture shatters]

Sharon: Oh, oh! Oh, my gosh!

Mariah: It's -- it's okay, it's okay, it's okay. I got it, I got it.

Sharon: No, it broke.

Mariah: Well, it's glass. Glass breaks. It happens.

Sharon: [Whimpers] I should have never tried to call Dylan. I should have never put him at risk.

Mariah: Sharon, Sharon, stop, stop, stop, stop, stop. You are spiraling. Look at me, okay? Paul said that Dylan checked in. That means you didn't blow his cover. That means he's fine.

Sharon: What if Paul just said that because that's what I needed to hear?

Mariah: How did Paul seem to you? Did he seem honest, sincere?

Sharon: That's the way Paul always seems.

Mariah: Exactly, Sharon. Paul loves Dylan, too. If something were actually wrong, he wouldn't have stood in this room and talked with you so calmly. Dylan is safe, and he's gonna stay that way. He's gonna come home to you.

Dylan: I'm gonna listen to some music. Tell me when we get there.

Fisk: Bring the car around. Take our friend Derek to pier 13. Shipment's on the Esmeralda. Registered in panama. You got all that? Hey, we're headed inland. Where the hell you taking me? Hey, stop the car!

[Car doors lock]

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

Hilary: This isn't about me. This is about Devon. And that's why I need your help.

Phyllis: You and Gloria.

Gloria: I can't believe you let this one get away. I mean, he's a real tiger. Rawr.

Kevin: I think it's reasonable to assume that something might have gone wrong.

Paul: What if Dylan's cover is blown?

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