Y&R Transcript Friday 2/10/17
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Nick: We need to talk.
Nick: [Chuckles] Uh, I vow to respect, honor, and thwart all of my daughter's attempts to ruin my social life. But yours, on the other hand, looks like it's going great.
Chelsea: This is just, you know, something I wear sometimes when I'm...cleaning.
Nick: It is white. So if you spill bleach on it, nobody will notice.
Chelsea: This is actually a-a new gown I designed for my bridal collection. So I thought I would try it on, you know, to make sure that the fabric flowed when the bride walks down the aisle.
Nick: It looks great.
Chelsea: Thanks. You know what? I'm gonna go slip into something a little less formal.
Nick: I really just, uh, came by to apologize for faith's behavior. Um, you know, it was uncalled for, her volunteering me to be Sharon's dinner date.
Chelsea: No, I-I get it. She's worried about her mom.
Nick: Well, you know, her mom's single and...I'm single, and she's wondering why her parents couldn't be together again.
Chelsea: She's a perceptive child. So... should I start sketching wedding dresses for Sharon?
Lily: Hey, Sharon. How come you weren't at my fitting?
Sharon: Um, because I was too busy pouring milk all over Nikki, which sounds insane when I say it out loud.
Lily: Yeah, you know what? Listen, I know all about in-laws who drive you crazy. Maybe I should give Hilary a milk bath next time she gets in my face.
Sharon: [Chuckles] Oh, oh, you don't have to do that.
Lily: No, no, no, look, I managed a restaurant for years, so it's a force of habit. Don't worry.
Sharon: Well, I guess we're both in the same line of work now. Um, suddenly I'm the sole owner of the coffeehouse. I've now been dumped by two of its prior owners.
Sharon: Oh, I-I guess you haven't heard. Dylan left. And he's divorcing me.
Billy: Hey. This is a lock on the key art ahead of schedule. Dare I say we're kicking butt.
Cane: All right, well, let's get going on the digital campaign so we can start, uh, targeting our niche markets.
Billy: What's the hurry?
Cane: Well, if we take too long to launch, one of our competitors can become the go-to brand before we launch.
Billy: Yeah, that's a fair point, but it's not in the current budget, Cane.
Cane: We'll get some money out of r&D.
Billy: Well, we should have Victoria sign off on it.
Cane: Well, you know what? If you, uh, want to get a head start being her lap dog and wait for approval, you can always do that. I figured that maybe you and I can take the initiative 'cause, you know, Victoria doesn't own the company yet.
Victor: Yes, sweetheart?
Victoria: Hey, I want to, um, pick your brain. Do you have a few minutes?
Victor: You bet. For you? Always.
Victoria: I'm gonna buy back all of brash & sassy. I love that.
Victoria: I realized that I should own the company that I founded.
Victor: Yeah? The company that you lost because of me.
Nick: Sharon and I are never getting back together again. I mean, ever. That ship has sailed. Sunk without a trace. We've hurt each other so many times. That could just never happen again.
Chelsea: [Scoffs] Oh, give me a break. How many times has your mother said that about your father? How often does Victoria vow that she's -- she's through with Billy forever? My goodness. Reconciling with your ex is like a Newman family tradition.
Nick: You okay back there? I mean, you've been back there a long time.
Chelsea: I can't -- the zipper's stuck, and I can't figure out why.
Nick: Oh, uh, let me, uh...
Nick: The, um... okay, so the thing that you, uh, grab onto, there's, like, some fabric or something --
Chelsea: You mean the tab? You don't have to be a fashionista to know that.
Nick: Yeah, but if I -- if I yank on it, then won't it, uh, just mess up this dress?
Chelsea: Uh, well, I'd rather not find out.
Nick: Well, I'm nervous. What do I do?
Chelsea: No, just -- just try -- try zipping -- zipping up and then zipping down.
Nick: Isn't that the opposite of getting undressed?
Chelsea: Will you just trust me on this, please?
Nick: All right. Oh, okay, here we go. Oh. All right. It's, uh... it worked. Who knew? I learned something new today.
Chelsea: Yeah, well, um, you know, girls tend to learn these things earlier than boys, so...
Nick: Yeah, girls learn things faster.
Chelsea: Yeah, um...
Nick: Like faith. I mean, she absorbs everything, right? I mean...
Chelsea: Faith's a pretty special little girl.
Nick: Mm-hmm. Catches everything. Like her mom's alone, I'm alone, so why shouldn't we be back together again?
Chelsea: Listen, I'm sure Sharon's just as frustrated in her meddling as you are. I mean, she still loves Dylan. Getting back together with his brother would be a little close for comfort.
Nick: Are we talking about Sharon right now... or you and me?
Sharon: I drove Dylan away.
Lily: You know what? Look, Cane and I, we came back from the brink a few times because we fought for our marriage, so if Dylan didn't want to do that, that's on him, not you.
Sharon: Yeah. Now all I have to remember him is some photos and an espresso machine.
Lily: So are you gonna take over managing the place?
Sharon: I don't know. You know, running my own business does sound intriguing, but when it comes with the emotional baggage of two ex-husbands...
Lily: Well, I think that you're strong enough to handle it.
Sharon: Well, you're the only person who seems to think so. Others think that I'm that woman who was way too stupid to realize that she was pregnant in the first place and too evil to give the baby back once she realized the truth.
Lily: [Chuckles] Look, if you survived that, you can survive anything. [Chuckles]
Sharon: But I don't know. This time feels different. I just feel like my life is out of control and like I'm a tennis ball and everyone else has the rackets.
Lily: What do you mean?
Sharon: Never mind. Um, you know, this is my new world order, and I think you're right. I am going to make it work.
Cane: Hey, an hour from now is perfect, okay? Thanks for making this happen. Appreciate it. Okay.
Billy: Vick, I don't know if your phone's on silent, but check your text messages and get back to me, please. Nothing. Can't get ahold of her.
Cane: Well, you tried, so she can't say you kept her out of the loop.
Billy: Yeah, but even with a model as beautiful as Lily, she's gonna look like plain Jane if we shoot her with our phone.
Cane: Well, I've taken care of that. I hired this hot-shot photographer, Jordan wilde. Here, check out his stuff.
Billy: Let me see. Yeah, it's cool. I like his style.
Cane: Yeah, he shot for most of the big fashion magazines.
Billy: Looks like the perfect choice for dare.
Cane: Okay, so, are you, uh, you gonna help me with this, or you gonna wait for Victoria to sign your permission slip?
Billy: Ha. I'm on board, and I'm sure Victoria will be once she checks in.
Cane: Okay. All right, I'll handle logistics. You do contracts.
Billy: All right. Listen, if this goes well, this is your baby, right?
Billy: You take all the credit. If it doesn't, you're taking all the blame.
Victor: You built brash & sassy from the ground up. And I sold it out from under you. And that was wrong.
Victoria: You know, dad, I never thought you'd admit that. But just so you know, it didn't happen in a vacuum. I turned on you.
Victor: You did. But let bygones be bygones, okay? I'm gonna help you buy back brash & sassy. How's that?
Victoria: Well, my concern is that Jill will bring her maternal instincts to the negotiating table.
Victor: To hell with Jill's maternal instincts. When it comes to her contract, you better look at it with a fine-tooth comb. You got it? Don't leave any hidden clause that allows her to buy back shares or allows them to keep Billy boy Abbott and that Cane guy on your payroll.
Victoria: Actually, I want them to stay on.
Victor: As janitors, right?
Victoria: They're good businessmen. I want my executives to be strong-willed people who speak their minds.
Victor: Are you forgetting how often Billy boy has disrespected you?
Victoria: Billy has no problem with me being the boss. Cane is the one throwing the hissy fit.
Victor: He's lucky to be on your payroll. Sweetheart, you don't need anyone. You can stand on your own two feet. In fact, you don't even need my advice. You know it all.
Victoria: Hmm. I hope that doesn't mean you're cutting me off.
Victor: Come here.
Victor: Would I ever cut you off, hmm?
Victoria: I hope not.
Abby: I just had the most amazing...meeting. I'm sorry. I should have knocked.
Victoria: Oh, no, that's okay. That's all right. Dad's just giving me some business advice.
Abby: Oh, looks like a pretty emotional mentoring session.
Victoria: Well, I'm buying back brash & sassy, and we're just ironing out a few of the details.
Victor: She's buying it back lock, stock, and barrel.
Abby: Wow, uh, congratulations.
Victoria: Thank you. I wouldn't have done it without dad's encouragement.
Victor: I have a brilliant daughter.
Two brilliant daughters. You know what she is suggesting? That Newman enterprise invest in start-ups. And since you were in charge of acquisitions, why don't you have her take advantage of your expertise?
Victoria: Okay, well, the key is to focus on the actual fundamentals, ignore the Buzz, make sure you demand the actual profit and loss statement, and at the end of the day, remember that what really matters is the current p/e ratio.
Abby: Look at the profits and losses. Yeah, that -- that is excellent advice. I never would have thought of that on my own.
Victoria: Well, I know sometimes it takes awhile to understand the nuances of financial statements.
Abby: I'll keep that in mind.
Victor: Girls, don't forget the brass ring. I mean, this reacquisition of brash & sassy is a good case in point. You know that Jill only wanted to sell 1/3 of the company, and Victoria went for the whole thing.
Abby: Wow. Today brash & sassy, tomorrow Newman enterprises? Hey, maybe I should go ahead and cut my losses and resign since you obviously want to regain your seat as heir apparent.
Cane: Hey, thanks for coming by on such short notice, okay?
Jordan: Of course. Brash & sassy has been doing some cool campaigns. I'm psyched to work with you guys.
Cane: All right, uh, Jordan Wilde, this is Billy Abbott. He's one of our senior executives.
Billy: Nice to meet you.
Jordan: Abbott as in Jabot?
Billy: Uh, yeah, that's me, but I work here now. It's a long story.
Jordan: I've been doing shoots everywhere from Gambia to an abandoned new York subway tunnel. But this is going to be an interesting challenge right here to not make it look like an office furniture catalog.
Billy: Yeah, well, Cane said you're a genius. I'm sure you'll figure it out.
Cane: Yeah, and I'm sure our model's gonna provide you with all the inspiration you need.
Billy: Thank you so much for coming on such short notice.
Lily: Of course. Good thing I had my wardrobe fitting with Chelsea already.
Billy: Yeah. Makeup is en route, and our photographer just got here.
Lily: Okay. Oh, my God. Jordan!
Jordan: Lily winters! Oh, my God!
Jordan: You look gorgeous.
Lily: Thank you.
Lily: I can't believe it's you.
Jordan: I know.
Lily: How have you been?
Jordan: I've been great.
Abby: I stood by dad when you and nick turned your back on him, and I thought that my loyalty counted for something, but apparently I was just keeping your seat warm.
Victoria: Abby, that is not only paranoid, but it's inaccurate. The reason that I can ask dad for his advice is precisely for that reason -- that we're not working together. That's why we're getting along so well.
Victor: Abby. Think about it for a moment. The fact that Victoria has reacquired brash & sassy means that she will run that company outside of the confines of Newman enterprises.
Abby: I'm sorry. That brief breakdown was brought to you by my insecurities, and I would love to rewind the last two minutes.
Victoria: No, it's okay. There's no need to apologize. Dad makes people prove themselves five times over. When I used to work here, I was always on the defense that anyone with success was gonna steal from mine.
Victor: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Okay, I've heard all that before. I want you to know that you're not in competition with anyone, not with Victoria or anyone.
Victoria: And dad is going through a mellow phase, so I'm just warning you, no matter what he says or what promotions he gives you, he's always gonna be the one running this company. I have a feeling he's gonna figure out a way to run it from the great beyond.
Chelsea: Sharon just lost Dylan. But I do think eventually she'll be able to dip her toes back in the dating waters. I mean, who knows? Maybe one day -- one day I will, too.
Nick: One day, huh? What if that "one day" was with me? I mean, I know I'm Adam's brother. And it's, um...
Chelsea: Um... spending time with you makes me feel like I have -- I have a piece of Adam with me. Plus, you know, it's important that we've made it a priority to create a bond between Connor and Christian, so...
Nick: Well, then I would love to take you out to dinner.
Chelsea: [Chuckles] What? What? You're asking me on a date?
Nick: Well, only if you're saying yes.
Chelsea: I mean, how could I turn down the opportunity to eat someplace that has, like, tablecloths and dessert forks?
Nick: [Chuckles] All right, uh... how about tonight? I mean, the way you look right now, looks to me like you are ready to go out tonight.
Chelsea: Tonight? Um... I-I don't think -- I don't think that that would be such a good idea.
Nick: Oh, yeah, I mean, I know it's short notice, so if you have plans, it's not gonna hurt my feelings.
Chelsea: No, I-I don't have plans, but... don't you know what today is? It's valentine's day.
Nick: [Sighs] I mean, I should have had a clue. Look at your shirt. It's got like a million hearts on it. I went to the grocery store, and there's all these heart-shaped boxes filled with chocolate.
Chelsea: Yep. Yep. I got big plans to buy a bunch of them for half off tomorrow.
Nick: [Sighs] Well, yeah, I mean, we were gonna, you know, make kiddie food together. We could still do that.
Chelsea: I'm not sure that's such a good idea tonight. [Sighs] But I definitely don't want to go to a restaurant where there's tacky cupid decorations and a fixed menu, and I really don't want to watch some dude propose to his girlfriend right now.
Nick: Yeah, that's a lot of pressure. Well, there's a few more weeks in February. You know, we could shoot for another date. Presidents' day's coming up. We could chop down a cherry tree in George Washington's honor.
Nick: Are you gonna get that?
Chelsea: Yeah. This is Chelsea. Oh, uh, yeah, sure. Um, I have time. One second. I'm sorry. Uh, this is one of my soon-to-be blushing brides.
Nick: Oh, yeah. Do your thing. We can, uh, make plans some other time. Yeah. Bye.
Victor: Victoria isn't all wrong. Because I sort of thought of being a fly on the wall when you negotiated your deal with Higgins. But then if I'd shown up, it would have usurped your authority.
Victoria: Whoa. Hold on a second. You let her deal with Higgins? You never let me deal with Higgins. You said you were the only one with enough experience.
Victor: Yeah. You know, Higgins is a tough negotiator.
Abby: Well, I-I took your advice and I focused on our company's strengths and not our competitors' weaknesses.
Victor: How did it work out?
Abby: Not only did I close the deal, but I got us an extra $1.5 million based on our track record.
Victor: Well, I'll be damned. Here we go.
Victoria: Well, maybe you can teach me your Jedi powers of persuasion.
Abby: Any time. I'm gonna run down to legal and discuss the changes in the deal memo.
Victor: Sweetheart, that's a job very well done, okay?
Abby: Thanks, daddy.
Victoria: Goodbye. Maybe you really have turned into a teddy bear. You seem genuinely interested in grooming Abby to take over.
Victor: You know why? Because she's genuinely interested in that job.
Victoria: Ah, well, perhaps you've finally found the child that is capable of carrying on your legacy.
Victor: Perhaps I have. Now, you came here for advice. Here it goes. Don't you compromise. Don't you allow Billy Abbott or that Cane guy to interfere with your decisions. You understand that?
Victoria: Now there's the dad that I know and love.
Victor: You run that damn company. No excuses. No prisoners.
Lily: I loved that campaign that you shot for Forrester's new fall line. You're so a-list now.
Jordan: [Chuckles] Yeah, I suppose that saying that talent ultimately rises to the top is true.
Jordan: Hey, I thought you got out of the business.
Lily: Well, actually, I came out of retirement because of a special request, so...
Cane: Yeah, from me. Her husband. She goes by Lily Ashby now.
Billy: Actually, hiring Lily to be a model for brash & sassy wasn't Cane's idea.
Cane: Oh, I'm sorry. Okay, so, well, how do you guys know each other?
Jordan: Well, Lily was the fresh face of Jabot, and I was a photographer on one of my first paying gigs.
Lily: [Chuckles] I was very naive back then.
Jordan: Listen, you and me both. I guess it has been a long time, huh?
Jordan: I just can't believe you're married.
Lily: I know. And I have kids.
Jordan: No way.
Lily: Yeah. [Laughs]
Jordan: You sure don't look like a soccer mom to me.
Cane: Didn't know you worked at Jabot.
Jordan: Yeah, I still have a shot from that Jabot shoot in my portfolio. It's helped me book a lot of jobs.
Lily: What? You're kidding.
Jordan: With a face like yours, it's impossible to take a bad shot.
Jordan: Oh, look at that.
Lily: Oh, wow.
Billy: Oh, wow. Yeah. That's a great shot. Definitely captures Lily's essence.
Cane: It does, huh?
Billy: Cane, I'm really glad you found this guy. I think this is gonna be great.
Nick: This is the second time that you have kept one of my children from me! My world blew up, and here you are, this whole time, living with my son and Dylan!
Chelsea: What you did was far from maternal, Sharon. And it had nothing to do with what is best for that little boy.
Victoria: Do you have any idea what you did to Nicholas? When I think about the heartache that you caused him, honestly, Sharon, one word, one name -- that's all it would have taken to fix things. But you're a coward.
Jordan: I loved working with you, but that diva Bridget drove me crazy.
Lily: Oh, yeah, yeah. She was impossible to work with. She was a camera hog. You couldn't communicate with her.
Jordan: You know what? I'mma say it. She was a world-class bitch.
Jordan: Yes! There's that smile I was looking for.
Cane: So what's her last name so I can add her to the, uh, "don't hire" list, huh?
Billy: Sucks being a third wheel, doesn't it?
Lily: Uh, well, honey, unless you invent bark, a dog spray, I think it's fine 'cause Bridget's a poodle.
Jordan: You know what, Cane, my man? I think it's one of those "you had to be there" type of moments, you know?
Billy: Well, you were there, weren't you? You were working at Jabot then?
Cane: Yeah, I was. I was probably busy and, uh, Lily just didn't fill me in.
Lily: Well, I was just probably so exhausted that I didn't want to talk about it.
Jordan: Wait, didn't we go to that dive bar afterwards with that hairstylist?
Lily: Um, I-I-I don't remember.
Cane: Anyway, look, as, uh, entertaining at this little trip down memory lane is, uh, we're kind of on a time crunch, 'cause Lily and I have go out and celebrate our anniversary, so...
Jordan: Oh, my gosh. You guys got married on valentine's day? That's really cool, you know, in an ironic way.
Cane: Uh, sure. So, anyway, let's go and do some photos out front by the big logo, okay?
Jordan: I can do more with this lab area. Lots of colors and textures. We can play Lily as a sexy temptress who's concocting a magical elixir that makes men irresistible. [Chuckles]
Cane: Okay. It doesn't really fit with the campaign. What do you think?
Billy: No. No, it doesn't. But I think it works. I mean, the lab showcases the science behind the product. And geeks are a niche market.
Cane: Okay, well, I suppose we can make it work.
Jordan: All right, Lily, let's go over here by these test tubes and take some test shots.
Jordan: All right. Here we go. Ah, right there.
[Camera shutter clicks]
Jordan: Just sex it up a little bit right here. Yeah, yeah, there we go. Ah, are you guys loving this as much as I am?
Billy: Are you, Cane?
Cane: Yeah. Yeah, of -- of course. Yeah.
[Camera shutter clicks]
Victoria: It's 5:00 somewhere.
Nick: Yeah, I'm playing mixologist. You know, trying to prepare a special drink menu for the big holiday crowd tonight.
Victoria: Most people don't want to get black-out drunk on the most romantic night of the year.
Nick: All right, so more juice, less gin?
Victoria: Yeah. Having said that, I could use a stiff drink.
Nick: Well, try this one.
Victoria: Thanks. Mm. Wow.
Nick: Yeah? All right, good. Well, you must have just come from a meeting with dad.
Victoria: He's insisting that he's changed. I just came from there. He's grooming Abby to take over the company.
Nick: Seriously? I mean, if that's what she wants, then I guess I'm happy for her.
Victoria: She's putting in the hours. I'll give her that. She's working hard.
Nick: Hmm. You don't seem particularly thrilled about that.
Victoria: Dad says he wants to take a step back from the day-to-day, and I'm not sure I'm buying it.
Nick: Why do you care? Vick, you have your own thing going on. You have your own company. Unless you think he's gonna someday hand you the keys to the kingdom.
Victoria: That's funny. Abby said the exact same thing.
Nick: Yeah? And?
Victoria: I told her I'm interested in running my own company without his interference, and I meant it. I even gave her some tips on Newman.
Nick: Hmm. Well, let's hope it was better advice than you gave me earlier.
Victoria: I think that not giving your customers alcohol poisoning is a very solid suggestion, nick.
Victoria: [Chuckles] Yeah.
Nick: Ooh. All right. Well, um, you know, I went to see Chelsea after your insistence that I, uh, check and see if she's ready to get out of the friend zone.
Victoria: Ohhh. I take it that means she said no? Are you serious? Women never say no to you.
Victoria: What exactly happened?
Nick: [Sighs] I went -- I went to see her and, uh, helped her out with a fashion crisis.
Nick: Suggested that we go to dinner tonight.
Victoria: And you thought that valentine's day was a good night for a first date? No wonder she went running for the hills. Well played, nick.
Victor: What can I do for you?
Sharon: I'm here for my daughter, Victor. Faith! Sweetie!
Victor: Faith is not here.
Sharon: Where is she?
Victor: She went with Nikki to the hairdresser so that Nikki could undo the damage that you had done to her, okay? You should pay for that. That's unacceptable behavior.
Sharon: Believe me, I beat myself up more than you ever could, so you don't have to pile it on. Um, I need to see faith, so I'm gonna go find her at the salon.
Victor: Please. You're in no shape to go anywhere, all right?
Sharon: I managed to get here in one piece.
Victor: Well, I want it to stay that way. Is there any way I can help you?
Sharon: You want to help me?
Nick: I totally forgot that it was valentine's day, which is why I'm now scrambling to come up with a special drinks menu.
Victoria: Well, you know, it is the biggest date night of the year, and you run a club.
Nick: Yeah. Chelsea said almost the exact same thing.
Victoria: I'm gonna tell you something. Women never forget valentine's day. We pretend like we don't care, but we're lying.
Nick: Good tip. Thanks.
Victoria: And after all of the years you spent with Sharon, the queen of insecurity, I would think that you would have a firm grasp on the importance of valentine's day.
Nick: I actually think Sharon is why Chelsea bailed. Faith kind of made a big deal about how much Sharon needed me, and Chelsea was there. And I guess it planted some seeds about lingering feelings or whatever.
Victoria: Oh, no. Please tell me you're not considering it. Sharon is poison, nick.
Nick: No. That is not happening. It's not even -- it's not even Sharon's fault that Chelsea shot me down.
Victoria: Well, maybe Chelsea is projecting her feelings about Adam onto you. It hasn't been that long, you know.
Nick: No, no. That -- that's not who -- we're just friends, all right? We're really good friends. And I don't even know if we're that anymore.
Victoria: Are you sure about that?
Nick: Vick, it was brutal.
Victoria: Mm-hmm. Hmm. Turn around. That's my cue to leave. Hi.
Chelsea: Hi. Hi.
Victor: In spite of our differences, I respect the fact that you took the blame for Dylan's departure and that you did that to keep him safe. I respect that.
Sharon: I'm sure you're delighted if I'm an even bigger pariah now.
Victor: Please sit down. I realize that deep down you're the beautiful young lady who came to us that my son fell in love with and that I invited into my home.
Sharon: You were my champion back then. You had my back, even when Nicholas was fed up with me. But I doubt that will ever happen again.
Victor: We're all capable of change, you know.
Sharon: Even the great Victor Newman?
Victor: Faith told me that she came to you and offered to move back in with you and you turned her down.
Sharon: That was really hard for me. Of course I want faith living with me more than anything, but I had to put her happiness first. And as much as I hate to admit it, I know that she's better off to live with you and Nikki right now.
Victor: Is that why you were planning to leave Genoa city?
Sharon: I just wanted to be with my husband. Is that gonna give you another reason to judge me now, for being a terrible mother?
Victor: No, not until I know the whole story.
Sharon: The plan was not to abandon my children forever. I think I was in denial at the time that Dylan was leaving for good. Maybe it just would have been better off if I had gone with him.
Victor: Is that what you really think?
Sharon: You've got people who owe you favors. I'm sure you could figure out where Dylan is. I could be with him. You would never have to see me again. It would be the answer to your prayers. If you really want to help me, take me to Dylan.
Jordan: All right, now let's try you lying down. Let's get a shot. Show off those legs.
Cane: Uh, we may need to keep it pg, though, okay?
Billy: Are you worried about other men looking at your wife, Cane?
Billy: Well, maybe next time we can do an Amish theme. We'll have Lily all covered up, churning butter, make you more comfortable.
Jordan: Ah, yes. That's it right there. You're making me want to memorize the periodic table. [Laughter] Yes.
Victoria: What the hell's going on?
Jordan: Wow. Great job as always, Lily. I hope we get to work together again sometime soon.
Lily: Yeah, I would love that. It was a lot of fun.
Jordan: It was all my pleasure.
Victoria: I hope you know that going behind my back is no way to get in good with your new boss.
Cane: I'm sorry, but I thought we were still on equal footing because you don't actually own the company yet.
Billy: It's just for the websites, Vick. We talked about targeting a niche market.
Victoria: Yeah, well, that was in the marketing plan. We hadn't worked out the details. You should have consulted me first.
Cane: Oh, I'm sorry, but you know what? I don't have time to massage your bruised ego, 'cause I actually have some real work that's gonna get done, so sorry.
Billy: I called you. I texted you. It's not our fault if you went off the grid.
Victoria: This photo shoot didn't have to happen today.
Billy: Look, this wasn't an attempt to usurp your authority, okay? Cane had a good idea, and we ran with it.
Victoria: If you have a great idea, you present it to me.
Billy: Wow. So much for continuing in our current roles. Thought I still had enough autonomy to do my job.
Victoria: Yeah, you do. You both will as long as you accept that I'm the boss. What are you doing?
Billy: I'm checking to see if you have a mustache, 'cause you sound exactly like him.
Victor: If I made some calls, I'm sure I could locate Dylan.
Sharon: Please, Victor. That's what I want.
Victor: I'm not gonna do it. If you leave now, Sharon, faith will spend the rest of her life wondering why her mother abandoned her. It'll create a void she'll never fill, no one will ever fill. Trust me. I know.
Sharon: I'm thinking of a way I can bring faith with me.
Victor: You really want that for faith? To spend the rest of her life in hiding? You shouldn't do that. You should stay right here where you belong. With your family.
Nick: I call this the foot in the mouth. It's the perfect cocktail to have when you make the exact wrong move and ask your friend out on valentine's day.
Chelsea: Okay, I overreacted.
Nick: No, you didn't. It was too much too soon, and, uh, I'm sorry. Now, granted, I totally forgot that it was valentine's day. But once you pointed that out to me... I shouldn't have pushed you to have dinner with me.
Chelsea: You didn't.
Nick: I can't stop thinking about you saying that you didn't want to spend another holiday crying over Adam. But there has to be a happy medium, you know, from you not being miserable anymore to going on a first date with his brother.
Chelsea: Okay, you didn't do anything wrong. You really didn't. I was just -- I was having -- I was having a rough morning. To be honest with you... I wasn't trying on the wedding dress to see how the fabric flowed.
Nick: So what were you gonna do? Hop on a plane to Vegas with some other dude?
Chelsea: No, I-I wanted to see if I could wear it without crying. Last week was our anniversary, so secretly, behind closed doors, I've been a bit of a -- a bit of an emotional wreck the past few days.
Nick: Well, then I highly recommend this very strong cocktail. Um... yeah, then you'll be able to forget about that completely inappropriate invitation you got earlier.
Chelsea: Actually, the good news is, um, I didn't fall apart. I was okay. And I'm going to be okay. It made me realize I have to live my life. It made me realize I have to take risks. So, that being said, if you are still free, I -- you know, I suggest you make that dinner reservation.
Nick: So, like, to an actual restaurant without a drive-thru window?
Chelsea: Yeah, that's always a -- that's always a good idea for a first date. Oh! Wow! [Laughs]
Nick: Yeah, that'll do it.
Chelsea: Yeah. It sure will.
Lily: Cane, I left my shirt somewhere! Can you find it?
Jordan: Cane just left, but I-I found your shirt, though.
Lily: Oh, thank you. Wait, wait. Stick around. I want to -- want to catch up.
Jordan: You sure now is the right time?
Lily: Oh, please. You've seen me in less than this. I'm not worried about it. But you know about my personal life. What about -- what about yours? You have a girlfriend?
Jordan: Oh. Yeah, I'm not trying to settle down anytime soon. Too much I want to do. You know that.
Lily: Yeah. [Chuckles]
Jordan: Here, let me -- let me help you out.
Lily: Thank you.
Jordan: There we go.
Lily: Thank you so much for helping me.
Jordan: My pleasure. Consider it my valentine's day gift to you.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
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Jill: You have the end of the day.
Victoria: He's gonna have a job here as long as he accepts that I'm the boss. I am gonna own this company again.
Ashley: I don't trust you anymore, brother! If you can't get it together soon, then I am taking over Jabot!
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