Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/7/17
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Nick: Hey, hey! Are you here to get day drunk? I mean, not that I'm judging. You do have a teenager in the house now.
Victoria: Oh, very funny.
Nick: It's a little funny.
Victoria: Well, my humor is exhausted, as is my patience. Uh, but I did notice that you managed to leave Christian with the nanny.
Nick: Yeah. Yeah, the, uh, separation anxiety is getting better every day. Of course, Christian was cool already.
Victoria: Well, you want to be with your son, I get it. But 14 short years from now...
Nick: Yeah, I know, I'm gonna want to go running out of the room. Been there, done that.
Victoria: Why is it so hard, nick? I mean, it's really hard. I think I would take diaper changing to teen angst any day of the week.
Chelsea: You didn't have to come in today.
Sharon: I'm sorry?
Chelsea: No, I just mean... your job. It's safe. If you want to take some time to work through things, you can always take a personal day.
Sharon: Work helps. You know, being at home all day just reminds me that I'm there and Dylan's not.
Chelsea: I'm really sorry. Sharon, I truly thought that you and Dylan were gonna be able to get past things.
Sharon: "Things." Meaning my lie about Christian. Um, you know, it was just, um... it was too much to get past.
Chelsea: Yeah, I mean, I -- I saw forgiveness when Dylan looked at you. I saw...loyalty. I mean, none of this makes any sense.
Sharon: Well, there were just other problems that no one else could see. Dylan had to leave for his own survival. That was just how bad it got. That was what I did to us. And so now I'll...never see him again. Ow! Ow!
Lily: Hey. Can I help you?
Suzanne: Yes, I'm here to meet with Devon Hamilton.
Lily: Oh, you're here for Devon?
Lily: Okay, I --
Devon: Suzanne. Hey. I'm Devon. It's a pleasure to meet you.
Suzanne: You, too.
Devon: Lily, you should join us.
Lily: Oh, no, I don't think I should --
Devon: Suzanne's here to interview for you old job.
Hilary: I hope that that "Clarissa" interview hasn't ruined your life. I'm still furious at Mariah for giving Gloria air time.
Jack: Yeah, well, my life is still intact, but I got to find Gloria a job, and soon, or she's gonna spew her lies to every media outlet in the country.
Hilary: I have done some horrible things and I've told some terrible lies, but I swear, I could kill Gloria for what she did. Lying about being harassed -- it betrays every single person who's actually been harassed, not to mention trying to ruin a good man. Jack, for you to cave to Gloria's threats like this...
Jack: I know, I should be fighting for truth and justice. Right now, I just want her off of my back as quickly as possible.
Hilary: If I had been in the studio when Gloria came in here, I would have lit into her, not given a platform to spread her filth. Well, luckily, I was able to cut the segment before she said your name.
Jack: Yes. Thank you, again.
Hilary: But there has been some speculation on the "GC buzz" site.
Jack: Speculation that involves my name?
Hilary: None whatsoever.
Jack: Small mercies.
Hilary: So, I'm guessing that Gloria wants some ridiculous job that she's not even remotely qualified for.
Jack: Actually, I think she'd settle for a respectable job that has a paycheck.
Jack: And the excitement and glamour would go a long way with her.
Jack: I know you've already helped me...
Jack: ...And I'm slow to ask for another favor, but --
Hilary: Jack, no. You're my friend. And, yeah, you're probably one of my only friends right now, but no, I'm sorry. There is no way in hell that Gloria's working here.
Chloe: Well, this is nice. Yeah, I thought maybe you were boycotting Bella and me since Kevin's out of town.
Gloria: [Laughs] Never. Bella's a dear.
Chloe: Well, the thing is, I wanted to show you something. Uh, it's this great app I found. It's kind of like a dating service --
Gloria: No, no, no. Off men. Indefinitely.
Chloe: Oh, well, that's okay because it's just like a dating service. What it really does is match up the right people to the right jobs. Awesome, right?
Gloria: Yeah. Chloe, if you don't want to pay for my yoga classes anymore, all you have to do is say so.
Chloe: Gloria... you are a vibrant, creative... ....energetic woman. I think that the world needs more you.
Chloe: Plus, I'm sure you would love the paycheck. Which brings me to my next app. This does all of the household budgeting and expenses. And this is your share of the bills.
Lily: You have some great places on your résumé, but, you know, the GCAC is special. It's full-service, so we're not just a restaurant, but we're also a gym, a spa, and a five-star hotel. We even have the Fenmore's boutique, so... you know, our guests range from young couples who spend their entire honeymoon budget to stay here to international leaders...
Devon: Suzanne and I were actually just talking about that. She's done her research on the club and knows she has big shoes to fill.
Lily: Well, it's not about me, it's about the job, you know, and all the balls you have to keep up in the air. So the chef could call you about how the fish delivery is spoiled when you have a new York critic coming, and, you know, an heiress needs an extra room for her three dogs and all her luggage.
Suzanne: That's happened before?
Lily: Oh, yeah, that's all happened before.
Devon: Not all on the same day, though. Um, can you excuse us for a second? Do you have a problem with the new candidate?
Lily: No, but, I -- you can't hire her just because she looks like that.
Devon: And this is coming from my former manager who's now a model. Really? You don't have a problem with the way she looks. What's this really about? Are you afraid to cut the cord here?
Jack: Gloria might be perfect for the entertainment industry. She brings something to the table, she's sharp, she's stylish.
Jack: On occasion.
Jack: She backed me into a corner, didn't she?
Hilary: Oh, so I should hire her because she can lie and manipulate? News flash, Jack -- somebody like that already works here. Me.
Jack: You are nothing like Gloria. She's -- you could help her out.
Jack: And she does have some small degree of experience in the business.
Hilary: Really? In what capacity?
Jack: As a judge on a reality show.
Hilary: [Laughs] Okay. So, other than a headache, what does hiring Gloria get me?
Jack: My undying gratitude.
Hilary: I know I owe you, Jack, okay? Especially after that disaster on new year's, but...
Jack: Stop, stop, stop, stop. You don't owe me anything. We're friends. I'm just grasping at straws here.
Hilary: Given the way that Devon feels about me right now, I'm actually pretty stunned that I even have a job here. So I don't know if he'll give me leeway to hire, but I can try.
Jack: I'm not gonna put you in that position -- hat in hand going to Devon because I screwed up.
Hilary: I cannot believe you and Gloria...
Jack: Don't. Please.
Jack: I got to find my way around this.
Hilary: What if you don't?
Jack: God help me. See ya.
Victoria: Did Reed actually think that I wouldn't see a bill on my credit card for adult websites? I mean...
Nick: It doesn't sound like he was thinking at all. Just sounds like, you know, pure primal urges.
Victoria: Oh, stop! Oh, please. I can't. I mean, please. He was my little boy and now he's...
Nick: [Deep voice] Becoming a man.
Victoria: Why did I even come here?
Nick: Because I have two grown children and you respect my fatherly wisdom. You also knew that I would never judge you.
Victoria: The second one. But I probably shouldn't even be bothering you right now. I mean, you're a single father with a new toddler and you have enough on your plate.
Nick: I do have plenty. That is true.
Victoria: But it's the cute stuff, it's the baby stuff. The babbling and the smiling...
Nick: Aww, and then there's diaper blowouts and the tantrums...
Victoria: Yeah, I know, but the baby smile is so sweet. Teenagers don't smile at you. They just sneer and they slam doors and they basically hate your guts.
Nick: And then one day, he's gonna call you out of the blue and say, "hey, let's go catch a movie."
Victoria: Noah and summer do that?
Nick: Noah does sometimes. Summer still likes to just go get hot chocolate in the park.
Victoria: [Sighs] Gosh, I miss hot chocolate in the park. Nick, I just didn't know it was gonna be this hard.
Nick: [Inhales sharply] It's just because he went to D.C., You know? And then he started shaving and his voice changed, and all that stuff's normal.
Victoria: He used my credit card to buy porn.
Nick: The biggest problem here is somebody needs to tell that kid he can get that stuff for free.
Victoria: Ugh! I am liking you less and less.
Nick: Vick, you're doing great! You're doing great, all right? You just need to give yourself and Reed a break.
Victoria: No! I am not doing great!
Nick: Yes! You are. I mean, I saw the post from Reed the other night about the concert you went to! That was a very cool mom thing of you.
Victoria: Yeah, well, that was before the credit card and repercussions. We take one step forward and 9,000 steps back. [Sighs] I don't know, nick. Why is my personal life such a mess just when my business life is getting so good?
Nick: Oh, yeah. The brash & sassy! Men's line. Very cool.
Victoria: Yeah, and it's bigger than that, but I can't tell you anything yet.
Nick: Big business secrets I can't hear about?
Nick: It's like being with dad.
Victoria: Well, I will tell you that Lily is the new face of our line and that she's having a fitting at Chelsea's studio later.
Nick: Random. I mean, not the fitting, that you're telling me.
Victoria: You think that me dropping Chelsea into the conversation is random? Because, I mean, you guys are friends and everything, so I just thought...
Nick: Yeah, well, it's the way you're saying it, like there's something else going on. There's absolutely nothing else going on.
Victoria: Okay, so, then I will never bring up Chelsea ever again. Ever.
Nick: You can do whatever you want, I'm just saying...
Victoria: You just don't want to talk about her, that's all.
Nick: You can talk about -- I -- what? How did we -- let's go back to talking about Reed.
Victoria: Is there a reason that you don't want to talk about Chelsea, nick?
Nick: Yeah, we can talk about Chelsea. I mean, we are just friends, so it's not a big deal.
Victoria: Ooh! Friends!
Nick: Since you won't tell me about your big secret news, why don't you give me some info on your valentine's day men's line launch? I mean, my sister is such a high-powered businesswoman. I can live vicariously through you.
Victoria: Yes, well, you did leave the high-powered business world for a very good reason. Namely, you hated it. Although I know that dad invited you to come back to Newman...
Nick: This right here, this is me. This is me. I'm home with Christian. It's my life.
Victoria: Nick, you can have more.
Nick: I don't need more.
Victoria: I have an idea. Why don't you come to Chelsea's studio with me and check on Lily's dress fitting?
Nick: Are you seriously inviting me to watch people try on clothes? Wow. I mean, how bored do you think I am?
Victoria: You can see your friend, Chelsea.
Nick: [Sighs] You're killing me.
Victoria: Oh, come on, nick. Everyone can see that you and Chelsea get along really well. And don't just say that your kids are cousins, because there's more than just a family vibe going on.
Nick: They are just cousins. You know? They're family. That's it.
Victoria: Nick, you know, Adam's gone. Chelsea has a life and you do, too. If you can both find a little happiness, would that really be so crazy?
Sharon: I don't need first aid.
Chelsea: Oh, come on. Bandages are your friend. Besides, at the very least, it'll just help you from sticking yourself on the same finger twice. There you go. [Sighs] You know, I'm sorry that I pushed about the Dylan situation earlier. I guess, selfishly, I hoped that he had fully healed because if what happened with sully pushed him over the edge, the reality is the lies I told him about Connor back in the day helped get him there.
Sharon: Dylan was so brave. And he was so strong. Until the very end, he was.
Chelsea: I wish I knew how to help you. I mean, I know for me, it helps to talk about Adam and to remember Adam. I also have to remember that he's not coming back. But Dylan is alive. Sharon, maybe he just needs to heal a little bit emotionally and then he'll have a whole new perspective.
Sharon: Well, if he does, it won't be with me. It can't be.
Chelsea: Well, I don't understand why. I mean, if he's still alive, that means there's still hope. I mean, just --
Sharon: Chelsea, stop! Okay? No, just stop. Dylan might as well be dead, all right? Because he's never coming back.
Gloria: This much for groceries?
Chloe: Well, you don't eat a lot but you do enjoy the best.
Gloria: Come on, Chloe! It was a tiny jar of caviar, a tiny magnum of champagne.
Chloe: I totally get it. I know that Jeffrey blew all of Gloworm's insurance money. But I'm sure that you put away a little something for necessities.
Gloria: Of course I did. I'm not destitute. I would have been happy to reimburse you. I just assumed I was a guest in my son's home, not a roommate.
Chloe: You're an independent woman, Gloria. The last thing I want to do is make you feel like you owe us.
Gloria: Mm. So you present me with bills so I don't feel like I owe you.
Chloe: You know what, let's just get back to the job search.
Gloria: All right! Stop! I have a white-hot iron in the fire, and it will come through.
Chloe: I can hook you up with an agency or a headhunter if the app thing doesn't work out.
Gloria: I hunt my own heads, thank you. In fact, a colleague of mine is making it his mission to find me the right position.
Chloe: Well, that's great. Awesome. I can't wait to celebrate.
Gloria: Yeah, well, so you just take your little apps and keep them.
Chloe: [Scoffs] Okay, well, no worries 'cause I wrote out a hard copy. So a check, cash... whatever works. Which reminds me, I have to get to work, and I hope that you can say the same for yourself. Soon. I mean that.
Gloria: Thank you, Chloe. I know you do. Oh! Wait, wait, wait, wait! Chloe! I thought Chloe --
Neil: Spoiled fish and the heiress and her dogs. You know, you're really spinning some tales today, Lily.
Devon: Well, she's jut having a hard time letting go of the GCAC. I think being a mother and a supermodel isn't enough for her.
Lily: I'm helping you find your replacement. I mean, no offense. You pay the bills around here, but you have no idea what I do all day.
Devon: Is that right?
Neil: Uh, you mean you did.
Did all day. You're moving on. You remember that?
Lily: Okay. Go ahead. Make fun of me. That's fine. You know what, Devon is only interested because now he has all this free time.
Devon: Is that right? So you're gonna give me a hard time for being single now?
Neil: You know, if I were you, I would be steering him in the direction of hiring someone less qualified. See, that way, you can swoop in and play the hero from time to time.
Lily: Or, you know, I don't have to leave, 'cause what if brash & sassy! Doesn't pan out?
Neil: Is that what this is about?
Devon: Lily, you were born for this new job. You know that, right?
Lily: Was I?
Neil: What are you talking about? You remember your mom. It's in your genes, it's in your blood, and it's in those gorgeous eyes. You can be anything you want to be. I mean that. I know it. It's you who has to want it.
Lily: I do. Very much so.
Devon: Just do it. What's the problem? Look at how many battles you've fought in your life. For your kids, for Cane, for your own health. Now you get to do what you want to do, enjoy life... you can't walk away from this. I told you not to hide your light, too. So if you don't walk away from this place, I will lock you out myself.
Neil: Mm. He means that. And he's right.
Lily: You guys can't be mean to me and then try to make me cry.
Devon: I'm pretty sure that's what brothers do.
Lily: Well, I'm happy that you're mine. Sometimes. [Chuckles]
Devon: Well, thanks.
Jack: Ooh, I feel like I'm invading family time.
Neil: Oh, no, we're just trying to figure out -- hey, Jack -- how to replace the irreplaceable Lily 'cause she's leaving the club.
Jack: You're leaving your position here. Isn't that interesting?
Hilary: I want to put some graphics in the corner of segment 2. Like v-minus-7, some kind of countdown to valentine's day. I don't really give a damn about celebrating, but I'm sure that someone out there does.
Will Devon be coming to the taping?
Hilary: I doubt it. This place is not much of a priority for him right now. [Sighs]
Oh! Before I forget. Maybe it's a scoop.
Sharon: Um... [Clears throat] You know, I'm sorry about what I said before. That was wrong. Dylan is alive and he's healthy, and it's not the same as what you went through with Adam. I had no right to say that.
Chelsea: You did have a right to say that. I -- I'm sorry. I was just -- I was just trying to help. I was trying to be supportive and it just came out wrong.
Sharon: Thank you. I appreciate that. Dylan and I, we -- we did try. And for a while, it looked like we'd made it. But, instead, he's gone. And I know him. He won't be back.
Chelsea: Yeah, but... Nikki and Paul are here.
Sharon: It's not safe for Dylan here. I mean, it's -- for his emotional well-being. Dylan is just doing what he has to do, and -- and I have to respect that because I owe him that much.
Chelsea: Okay, listen, I -- I wish there was more I could do.
Sharon: You know what, I think that you're right. I-I'm just not ready. If you don't mind, I'm gonna...
Chelsea: Oh, yeah, go. No. No problem. Chloe and I have it covered. Plus, Lily's easy to fit, so.
Chelsea: Sharon, I -- I know you feel like you're all alone right now, but... I promise, you're not.
Sharon: Oh, excuse me.
Chloe: Oh. Bye. Did I miss something?
Chelsea: Yeah, I kind of opened my big mouth about, you know, Dylan and having hope...
Chloe: Well, is that a bad thing?
Chelsea: Well, she's grieving her marriage, you know? She needs time. I shouldn't have preached. I don't know. It's just -- if I can finally see daylight after losing Adam, I just feel in my heart that... anything's possible.
Nick: Nope. Not me. Not us. Not Chelsea. It's not happening.
Victoria: Nick, sage would not want you to stop living your life.
Nick: I'm living my life! I'm raising our son. I'm paying the bills.
Victoria: Yeah, but she would want you to have more, I would think.
Nick: [Sighs] Who knows, you know? I met sage after I swore off women. You know, maybe... maybe she was grandfathered in. The last one.
Nick: Or until Christian goes to college. Whatever comes first.
Victoria: Okay, so what about all this chemistry that everybody sees between you and Chelsea?
Nick: That is called friendship.
Victoria: Adam wanted you to look after Connor.
Nick: [Sighs] Doesn't include dating his wife.
Victoria: Are you telling me that there is absolutely no romantic chemistry between you and Chelsea? None whatsoever?
Nick: Why is my love life so important to you?
Victoria: Why isn't it important to you?
Nick: [Sighs] Look. Because this isn't about, you know, what I think or feel. It's about doing what's right.
Neil: And we hired two new addiction counselors -- one on the younger side so that the 20-something clients don't feel like they're dealing with their parents, you know? Jack. Psst! Something on your mind?
Jack: I-I'm sorry. Jabot. Doing a little calculating in my head.
Neil: The other Fenmore deal. Yeah. Congratulations on that.
Jack: Well, didn't get quite what I hoped, but it's progress.
Neil: You wanted more?
Neil: And the fact that you're dealing with Phyllis -- now, is that in the plus column or the minus?
Jack: Not an issue. I got new headaches to contend with.
Devon: Thank you, though, for coming. It was a pleasure to meet you.
Devon: Have a good one. [Clears throat]
Devon: Lily was right once again. Suzanne is not the person for this job. Her résumé was great, but references didn't match up.
Jack: Well, I'm sure you have other qualified applicants in the pipeline.
Devon: Yeah, but she was the best of the bunch. I just have to dive back into résumés.
Jack: I'm sure the right person will show up. You know what, I just realized I am late for a meeting. I got to go.
Neil: Okay. All right.
Jack: I'll be in touch?
Neil: Bye, Jack.
Devon: Must be a heck of a meeting he has to get to.
[Cell phone vibrates]
Gloria: [Sighs] To tell the world what a misogynistic, manipulative monster you are. Well, it better be very good news, for your sake. Bing!
Sorry, your card was declined.
Gloria: You know something? That's okay. Why don't you bring me another latte and one of those delicious little muffins?
Hilary: No. No. Not right now, okay? I need some privacy.
[Cell phone rings]
Neil: You need to get that?
Devon: No, I most certainly do not.
Gloria: Now, you be sure and give her a nice tip, Jack.
Jack: Thank you.
Gloria: Thank you, dear.
Jack: You can't afford a muffin and a cup of coffee?
Gloria: Don't be ugly. All right, come on. Tell me about this good news.
Jack: There is a job opportunity at the athletic club ideally suited to your abilities.
Gloria: Yes, I am adept at yoga, as you very well know, but I don't want to do it for a living.
Jack: I'm talking about a chance to manage the whole place. You would be a player. Every important person who comes to this town either stays there or eats there. You might even have a chance to meet your next husband. One with his own checkbook.
Gloria: Mm, you better be careful, Jack. You're making it sound like I am nothing to you but a sex object, which is exactly what got you into this problem in the first place.
Jack: Gloria, this is a perfect job for you. Perfect -- the chance to see and be seen. Lily's moving on is your golden opportunity.
Gloria: And serve the patrons their empty, mindless, pointless demands. Put lipstick on that pig, it's still a pig. My answer is no, so try again. Quickly.
Chloe: Okay, so you said you needed several options for your valentine's day launch.
Victoria: With looks that can transition from event to event.
Victoria: It's so perfect that our roll-out coincides with your new season hitting the stores.
Chelsea: I know, and how lucky are we that we have America's newest hot model to showcase our looks? It's gonna break records.
Lily: No pressure there, yeah.
Chelsea: No, honestly, Lily, you are the type of woman that I design for -- you know, a busy working mom that needs to be able to reach into her closet and pull out something fabulous every time.
Victoria: Well, the same goes for you, Chelsea. You're a busy working mom, right, who looks fabulous all the time. Although, you can't forget about your personal life -- date night and so on and so forth.
Chelsea: Oh, uh, yeah, not so sure about that. You would need a romantic life for that. More like Cane and Lily.
Lily: Well, I mean, you know, life gets in the way and we have twins, but we try.
Victoria: How are you doing, Chelsea? It's been a while since we've had a chance to catch up.
Chelsea: I'm okay. Connor's great. Work is busy. Also, we have jackets. I know you're gonna be inside most of the time, but jackets can be really fun.
Chloe: Yeah, the paparazzi will be grabbing shots of you, so we should get her in some really great jackets.
Chelsea: Yes, oh, and scarves. I have a few. Excuse me.
Chloe: So, um, you, uh... how about you try this on and this and, you know what, there are more options in the changing room.
Lily: It's like Christmas! So excited! [Laughs]
Chloe: Us, too!
Victoria: It's so strange.
Chloe: What, the four of us in a room together?
Victoria: You know, Chelsea. She's been through so much, and... I really admire her in ways that I never thought I would. I hope everything works out for her.
Nick: All right, kiddo! I'm out of here! Just, uh, text me later, okay? [As Faith] "I love you, Dad! Okay!" [Normal voice] Oh! Hey.
Nick: Sorry if I scared you. Are you here to see Faith?
Sharon: Yeah, if she's home.
Nick: Yeah, she's, uh... come on in. She's in the kitchen finishing off a cinnamon roll. I may have had one.
Nick: Probably closer to 2 1/2, actually.
Sharon: Um, how is she doing? I mean, mood-wise.
Nick: She is a little subdued, you know? She feels guilty about going off on you about Dylan.
Sharon: Well, that's what I came here to talk to her about. You know, I understand. Of course she's upset that Dylan left. And I know that he wanted to say goodbye to her in person.
Nick: Well, I can stick around, give you some backup if you want it.
Sharon: Thanks. But I think I need to talk to her alone.
Nick: All right. How you holding up?
Sharon: Um, I'd be better if people would stop asking me that.
[Scoffs] Sorry, I guess -- yeah. That's how I'm holding up -- I'm overreacting when people offer me any concern.
Nick: Well, that was me after sage died. I felt like they were looking for reassurance. You know, if I said I was okay, then, you know... they'd stop worrying about me.
Sharon: So, what did you do?
Nick: I did what you're doing. Just kept saying I was okay. I was basically lying.
Sharon: How are you now?
Nick: I'm getting better. And you're gonna get there, too. Eventually. I promise.
Nick: All right. Take care.
Faith: [Gasps] Mom!
Sharon: Oh, Faith.
Faith: I thought I heard your voice.
Sharon: Sweetie. Of course, I'm not upset about last night. You had every right to --
Faith: I want to come home, Mom. I want to come home today. You're all alone now with Dylan gone.
Sharon: Is that why you want to move back home with me? Because you're worried? Sweetie, no. Now's not the right time.
Faith: But I'm ready. I promise.
Sharon: Okay. Well, what if -- what if I'm not? I love you. You're so sweet and loving and thoughtful. But I can't let you come home with me.
Chelsea: Hey there.
Nick: Oh, hey! Thought you had a fitting.
Chelsea: I did. I do, actually. I'm just here on a coffee run. How'd you know I had a fitting?
Nick: Oh, Victoria tried to drag me to your studio to watch it.
Chelsea: She did? That's...random.
Chelsea: But maybe not a bad idea.
Chelsea: Yeah, I mean, you are, you know, the target market. It'd be good to get a boy's perspective, if you're interested.
Nick: Uh... well, I probably would just have been in the way. Plus, I'm not a boy. I'm a man.
Chelsea: [Laughing] Oh.
Jack: Every single event that happens at the club, who does the press go to for a quote? Lily. You could be the one getting all of that attention, and you have restaurant experience!
Gloria: [Laughs] Gloworm? The name you mocked? And you insinuated that my business burning down somehow reflected on my abilities.
Jack: Work with me here.
Gloria: Oh, Jackie boy. Panic doesn't look good on your face. But I know you can turn it around. Just give me what I want -- a seat at the table of corporate America.
Jack: Be realistic, Gloria.
Gloria: No, you be realistic! I kept up my end of the bargain about Fenmore's. I chased away all of the investors to pave the way for you. Now you hold up your end of the deal. Or the entire world will know what happened in that hotel room.
Jack: What happened in that hotel room -- if anything happened -- was consensual. This is extortion!
Gloria: Suck it up, cupcake. Give me what I want.
Jack: A seat at the table.
Gloria: Ahh! Finally! Finally, finally -- he's listening.
Jack: Okay, I give. Fine, you get it, but be careful what you wish for.
Devon: See, and this one doesn't have the academic background.
Neil: Son, a master's degree isn't everything, you know? You got to go with your gut. This is the person you have to trust to do the right thing in any given situation. What are you doing?
Devon: Hang on. What --
Neil: Devon, were you serious about this?
Hilary: Oh, no, no. This is -- this is a joke on me. And I'm not gonna tolerate it.
Devon: Why, is $250 million not enough?
Hilary: I told you, I don't want your money. How dare you send this to me at work?
Devon: You turned down the settlement yesterday. I just thought today might be different.
Neil: Guys, this isn't the time or the place for this conversation. Come on. Stop it.
Hilary: You know what, this is about your ego. And I'm not gonna let you throw money in my face just so that you can tell yourself that I am some gold digger that you can treat like garbage.
Devon: Hilary, I am just going off of past experience with you. I've seen it up close. You want everything you can get your hands on.
Hilary: You want to pretend that I only cared about your bank account? [Scoffs] Because somehow, I don't know, that makes you feel better? You can pretend that I'm not a real person, right? A person that you actually cared about, a person that you -- that you actually loved.
Devon: Hilary, I'll tell you one last time. Take this check 'cause it's the best offer you're gonna get from me. It'll make life easier for the both of us, all right?
Hilary: I'm not for sale, Devon. I never was.
Chelsea: I was trying to be supportive and it just all came out wrong.
Nick: Look, I made the same mistake. If it makes you feel any better, Sharon does feel bad about snapping at people who are just trying to help her.
Chelsea: Well, I just feel like she doesn't realize that things can get better. Eventually. She should still have hope, you know? I mean, for you and me, we know what it's like to lose somebody who is never coming back. But Dylan -- I mean, come on! Dylan could forgive Sharon in a month!
Nick: I don't see that happening. It's not just about forgiveness. Maybe part of it is Christian being with me. But that boy that Dylan fell in love with is mine. He's my son, and that's never gonna change. It's probably just easier for him to not be around that.
Chelsea: Yeah, well... Sharon said she's not holding out hope. But I think it's just a defense mechanism. Hope is scary, you know? Hope opens you up to getting your heart broken all over again.
Nick: Sharon can't risk that. Not yet.
Chelsea: I know. I need to stop pushing. [Sighs] Besides, our situations are so different, you know? You and I, we have, I guess, closure. It's painful and it's horrible, but at least it forces you to keep moving on. 'Cause you don't have any other choice. I'll see you around.
Nick: See ya.
Faith: You don't want me to come home with you?
Sharon: Of course I do. I want to be with you every second of every day for always and forever.
Faith: Then I can come home now?
Sharon: No, sweetie. Not because I don't want to be with you but because it's not good for you. You know, I'm -- I'm a little broken right now. I'm just sad.
Faith: I can help you.
Sharon: But that's not your job. Your job is to play chess with grandpa and ride patches. And do your homework. And eat cinnamon rolls and go on play dates with your friends. That's your job. Your job is never, ever going to be to fix me. That's my job. I'm going to work hard to be stronger and not be so sad. And I'm going to work hard to not miss Dylan so much. And when the time is right, I would like for you to come back home and live with me. Just to be with me. Not to fix me. Okay?
Faith: Okay. I love you, Mom.
Gloria: Hello! Jabot cosmetics! Jack Abbott's office. This is Gloria. How can I help you? Yes! Yes! I'd be more than happy to take a message. Mm-hmm. Yes, Mr... but of course. Thank you.
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Lily: You have to get out in front of this before things get ugly.
Devon: You don't have to worry about that because I already have.
Gloria: I knew you'd probably show up early trying to avoid me -- no such luck.
Cane: If you have something you want to say, just say it now -- what is it?
Victoria: I want to buy brash & sassy! On my own.
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