Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/14/17

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/14/17


Provided By Suzanne

Billy: What is wrong with you, huh? You gonna beat your chest and demand that Victoria gives up her company because you feel like you're owed something? You're not owed anything, Cane, so back off.

Victoria: I can handle this, Billy.

Billy: You got a job, okay? You got a paycheck. That is all you are owed!

Cane: So when I was making things happen here 'cause you were too busy doing whatever else you do to bother --

Billy: When was that, exactly?

Cane: Every day! Every day I've done more for this company than you've ever done for anything in your entire life!

Billy: You think you're such a hero, don't you, for doing a job that you were hired to do!

Victoria: I just said I can handle this. You're not helping.

Cane: I'm not gonna stand here and listen to this, okay?

Billy: So hand in your resignation, 'cause those are the options. Get on board or get out!

Jack: You have an offer for me? I think I have everything I need.

Jill: Come on, Jack. You don't want Fenmore's.

Jack: I worked my tail off to get Fenmore's. I'm not about to walk away from it now.

Jill: Yeah, but you got 49%, which is less than half, which means no control at all. God, it must sting, that kind of failure.

Jack: Failure? I brought Fenmore's into Jabot. I've generated more press, more interest in both companies than they've received in a long time. In what world is that a failure?

Jill: Yeah, but 49% -- whoa. That's worse than nothing at all. Let it go. All right. Here you go.

Jack: What's this?

Jill: This might take some of the sting out of your failure.

Jack: This is what you're willing to offer to take Fenmore's off my hands?

Jill: Yeah, I'm just generous that way.

Jack: Too bad it's not for sale. Your money's no good here.

Ashley: Oh, yeah, it is.

Nick: No, I got it. No, it is an amazing excuse. Yes, thank you. Uh, I understand. Is this the best you can do? Okay. Really appreciate it. Thank you.

Chelsea: Well, that sounded like fun.

Nick: Yeah, yeah. That was my distributor. Uh, shipment's gonna be delayed a couple days. So there's that. Thanks for meeting me here.

Chelsea: Sure. I like seeing you in your natural habitat.

Nick: Well, drink it all in, 'cause as soon as I get things squared away here, we're gonna take off.

Chelsea: Okay. No Noah tonight?

Nick: No, he has plans with Marisa, I think. Um, but I will try and move things along.

Chelsea: No rush. So, what type of crowd are you expecting tonight?

Nick: Well, I did not expect that.

Phyllis: Hey, good thinking. A drink after dinner. Perfect.

Ravi: Yeah, if you're not used to the spice after, a beer helps. This place is solid. I came here with Ashley last week, introduced her to edm music.

Phyllis: I was there that night. That was pretty terrific, wasn't it?

Ravi: Yeah. She, uh, she really loved it.

Phyllis: That's important to you, to make Ashley happy.

Ravi: Well, she's my boss. And she did give me an office.

Phyllis: Or a closet. Hey, but you know what? You are off the clock tonight, and I want to hear all about the world of dating online.

Ravi: Well, I can tell you about the various algorithms they use, but I can't change who's out there. That is all trial and error.

Phyllis: [Laughs] And error and error and error, which is why I'm very appreciative of you explaining things to me, especially tonight. I thought maybe you'd have plans of your own.

Ravi: No, Valentine's Day is just a greeting card holiday. Forced romance isn't the real thing. Hey, uh, should we order? The bartender keeps looking over at us.

Phyllis: Uh, that's no bartender. That's my ex-husband.

Ravi: Well, how -- how many -- how many, um, [Clears throat] -- How many exes do you have?

Phyllis: Not as many as Ashley, but, you know, there's still time. Nick, Chelsea, meet my friend, Ravi Shapur.

Nick: Hey. Nice to meet you.

Chelsea: Hi. How are you?

Ravi: Nice to meet you.

Nick: Yeah, you were here the night spectral-x performed with Ashley.

Ravi: Yeah.

Chelsea: Ashley and edm?

Ravi: Yeah, she has a, uh, broad base of interests.

Nick: It was an interesting night. Lot of...big decisions were made.

Phyllis: Exactly, which is why Ravi is here right now. He's helping me master the online dating world.

Chelsea: Ah, well, good for you for getting yourself back out there.

Phyllis: No, it's miserable, but thank you for your support.

Chelsea: Listen, sometimes you meet somebody amazing in person, and -- and sometimes there are other ways.

Phyllis: Looks like you two have a big night planned.

Chelsea: Well, I mean...

Nick: No, I mean, it's, uh, it's like A...

Chelsea: It's just...

Nick: It's more -- you know what? I'll tell you what. We're gonna let you guys get back to your, uh, misery in dating.

Phyllis: [Laughs] Ravi's gonna help me crack the code.

Chelsea: If you can solve the world's dating problems, you are going to be a very rich, very popular man.

Ravi: Well, a dating app isn't a video game. In real life, it will always come down to plain, old chemistry. Chemistry. That is a mystery. I, for one, am glad for that. Cheers. Cheers.

Phyllis: Cheers.

Cane: You got this job because of your mother, and now you're gonna keep it because of your ex-wife.

Victoria: Oh, that's insulting, as if I can't separate business from personal.

Cane: I'm sorry. To me, this is very personal.

Lily: So, the sun is down. I have sung the praises of dare by brash & sassy all day long. So if you'll excuse me, time for me and my hubby to celebrate our anniversary. I'm sorry, did I interrupt something or...?

Cane: No, baby. You haven't. You're right, it's, uh, Valentine's Day, and it's also our anniversary. And as far as I'm concerned, this company's taken up enough of our time. Come on, sweetheart.

Lily: Uh, good night. Happy Valentine's Day.

Billy: Lily's always deserved better than him.

Victoria: You had no business butting in and trying to play protector.

Billy: He was in your face when I butted in. That's not okay.

Victoria: I'll tell you what's not okay. You interfering when I'm trying to deal with my staff, unless you think Cane's right and because of our history, you can do whatever you want.

Ashley: Why aren't you taking this into consideration, Jackie?

Jack: Because we're not selling.

Ashley: That remains to be seen. Why are you buying? You and Lauren already have majority ownership as it stands.

Jill: I wasn't consulted on this deal. I wasn't even offered first right of refusal. Somebody I trusted kept me completely in the dark. I think you know how that works, huh?

Ashley: Yeah, I do.

Jack: I made a smart investment for Jabot. I always have, and I always will.

Ashley: Without consulting me or Fenmore's co-owner? That's kind of sloppy.

Jack: This investment benefited both families and both companies.

Ashley: How does it benefit Jabot again? You throwing capital and resources at a secondary priority?

Jack: Is this about your programmer?

Jill: You know what, Jack? John would have agreed with Ashley on this.

Jack: Oh, now you're bringing my father into this?

Ashley: Actually, it's our father, and I'm so happy somebody's thinking about what our father would want since you don't!

Jack: Fine, you know what our father would say right now? Bring me a serious offer.

Ashley: This was more than you paid.

Jack: Because I brought Fenmore's in bed with Jabot, it is worth more than I paid!

Jill: Make me a reasonable offer that doesn't smack of this petty nonsense!

Jack: This is not a counter. This is my final number. Take it or leave it.

Jill: This is larceny! This is extortion!

Ashley: Jill's offer was reasonable. That's absurd.

Jack: The value of anything is what someone will pay for it!

Jill: God, what do you want me to do?! Do you want me to empty my piggy bank so you can feel like a big man?! You want me to drain my bank account so I have no retirement?

Jack: Where your funds come from is of no concern to me. I don't even want to sell.

Jill: What you don't want, you idiot, is a minority interest in Fenmore's! I'm trying to do you a favor!

Jack: I take it, then, you're turning down my offer.

Jill: You can choke on your price!

Jack: Oh, gee, that went well.

Ashley: You had a chance to get a fast and decent return on our investment, and you threw it in Jill's face.

Jack: Now, technically, she threw it in mine.

Ashley: Fenmore's is gonna be an albatross around our necks specifically because Phyllis is determined to drain Jabot of all its resources.

Jack: And I'm supposed to accept a deal that I don't want, because you don't want to share your pet employee?

Ashley: And how a you about sharing, Jack, with Phyllis? I mean, offices, meetings. 'Cause that's what's gonna happen day in and day out. The sooner we get rid of Fenmore's, the better!

Jack: I realize you don't have a lot of faith in my abilities at the moment.

Ashley: No, I really don't.

Jack: But you have to trust me on this. I know Jill. She will come back with the money. She's not about to give up until she gets exactly what she wants.

Cane: Is this okay? You're not, like, tempted to want to start, you know, helping with the Valentine's Day crowd and take over and start running the dining room?

Lily: Yeah, you know, I always wanted to marry someone with a sense of humor, but I guess better luck next time.

Cane: Really?

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Cane: Now, you need to be careful, because with an attitude like that, you may not get... this.

Lily: Ooh. What is "this"?

Cane: What is this... is my way of telling you that I am the luckiest man in the world. That's what this is.

Lily: Aww. [Gasps] Wow. It is beautiful. And it's wood for our fifth anniversary.

Cane: And you know what? If you open it, there's even a present inside for Valentine's Day.

Lily: What? [Gasps] Oh, my gosh. Wow. I love them. Thank you. And I love this. I love having dinner with just us.

Cane: It's not anti-climactic for you? You know, after having a big day of being the face of brash & sassy?

Lily: No, Cane. Being here with just you makes everything else feel like I'm just filling time. And plus I don't want to talk about work. No.

Cane: This is hard for me to let this go so easily. I'm sorry.

Lily: Well, maybe I can help you with that, hmm?

Cane: Thank you. But just, you know, losing brash & sassy is hard to shake for me.

Lily: Cane, you haven't lost anything. You still have a place there.

Cane: I know.

Lily: And Victoria wants the company to succeed, and she knows that you can help with that.

Cane: I don't want just to help. Two days ago I was meant to be the co-owner, and then she pulls out her checkbook, and all of a sudden, the deal is done. But it's unfair. When is it my turn? That's what I want to know.

Lily: I know it's painful and it's a loss. But I'm here. You know, you have me, you have the twins.

Cane: I know. I know. I know all this. I do. But I want to be a success. You can have your career. You have that. But what about me? When is it my --

[Glass shatters]


Victoria: Feel free to answer my question any time, Billy.

Billy: Look at you. Ink's not even dry on the contract, and you're already giving me orders like a boss.

Victoria: Not like a boss. I am your boss. And I'm not gonna apologize for it. I want to know if you think that Cane is right and if you think you have some sort of advantage because of our history.

Billy: Advantage? Really? Pissing you off on a daily basis for years on end for making you expect the worst from me? Yeah, that really cements my position here. You have been busting my chops from day one when my mother forced you and Cane and me into this bizarre triangle. I don't expect it to change just because you are the boss lady and you own the whole shebang now. Come here. Why don't you try this out right here? This is your seat, the head of the table, the big cheese, the head honcho. Come on. It's nice, right?

Victoria: Yeah, it's nice. I suppose you think you're gonna be my right-hand man.

Billy: No, no, no, no. I'm gonna be way down here. Not -- not -- not as a co-head honcho. Not even close. Askew from that, like a minion, like a-a -- like a cog.

Victoria: A cog? Yeah, because you are really cog material. You're very quiet and deferential. You have absolutely no opinion whatsoever.

Billy: I have a lot of opinions. Especially about you.

Victoria: I don't need to hear any of them, Billy.

Billy: Do you remember this time last year? Valentine's Day?

Victoria: Billy.

Billy: So you don't remember? Should I remind you?

Victoria: Yes, I remember, okay? You proposed to me. Again.

Billy: And you said yes. Again.

Jill: [Sighs] Oh, David, thank God you're back in town. I mean, your associate did his best, but I need you for this issue, only you.

David: Well, here I am at your service. You know, my father always made Katherine chancellor and her loved ones his main priority.

Jill: Please don't get all sentimental on me, not when I'm going to war.

David: I assumed the battle was over. You offered to buy Jack's share of Fenmore's.

Jill: Yes, and Jack had the nerve to counter, okay? He claims that Fenmore's is worth more now that Jabot has pulled it back from the brink.

David: Ah, I see. And we're talking more than the capital you have from Victoria buying you out?

Jill: Substantially more. Now, your associate was adamant that I not touch my personal accounts.

David: Yeah, and he was right. Leave them alone.

Jill: David, I want that Fenmore's stock.

David: Why is this so important?

Jill: Because I hate to be ignored.

David: Okay, if you want a controlling interest, you don't need all of Jack's.

Jill: Of course I want a controlling interest, but more than that, I want Jack out of the picture. Because this is between me and my so-called partner. I have been disrespected and disregarded, okay? And that is unacceptable, and I'm putting an end to it, whatever it takes.

David: Okay, I have to warn you, the financial risk involved in this --

Jill: The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. Now, I assume you can coordinate with my adviser, Delores bailey. You must have her number on speed dial.

David: Jill, we're talking your portfolio here, okay, your retirement funds. Is it worth all that just to make a point?

Jill: I will put the money back when I've put Fenmore back on top of the retail industry. [Sighs] I really want this deal... at any cost.

Victoria: Okay, will you turn out the lights when you leave?

Billy: Well, we could -- we could leave together.

Victoria: No, Billy.

Billy: Why not? Hannah's got the kids. Reed's grounded. We can grab dinner.

Victoria: [Scoffs] No. Thanks, but no.

Billy: Give me one good reason why "no."

Victoria: Well, it's Valentine's Day.

Billy: And? No, I'm -- I'm not talking about, you know, champagne and sharing dessert. No, no. I'm just talking about a burger and a beer.

Victoria: No.

Billy: Come on. We can talk business. We can try and figure out how we're gonna get the spring breakers to buy our product. They're the next big push, aren't they?

Victoria: No. No. No.

Billy: I'm not saying a date.

Victoria: Billy, just let it go.

Billy: You just said that you can separate business and pleasure, and now you're saying that you can't handle a business dinner with a colleague?

Victoria: You're more than a colleague, and you know that.

Billy: And what am I? Tell me.

Victoria: Billy, I don't want to have dinner with you, okay? So please stop pestering me.

Billy: Cane had it right. I don't have the inside track. I'm not even in your universe. You can't stand the sight of me half the time. I'm the guy that cheated on you, that wrecked our marriage. I'm so selfish, so immoral that I would sleep with my brother's wife.

Victoria: I mean, what part of that isn't true? Isn't that who you'll always be?

Phyllis: I remember what that was like. Seems like another lifetime.

Ravi: No. It's all the same lifetime.

Phyllis: Technically.

Ravi: Literally.

Phyllis: Finding love was always too easy before. Dangerously easy.

Ravi: If you're so scared, why would you even try?

Phyllis: I'm not scared.

Ravi: You said love was dangerous.

Phyllis: That's because it is.

Ravi: Well, if you see love as the enemy, it doesn't matter how many times you swipe the screen.

Phyllis: I said I wasn't scared.

Ravi: A train or a supermarket or a bar or online, the person you want could be there, but if you're resistant, you'll never take that chance. You got to be brave to make a match and find the one. The thing is, some people -- [Sighs] They want what they're so afraid of, so they have to decide what's stronger -- desire or fear.

Phyllis: You think a lot, don't you?

Ravi: [Chuckles] I leave work, put on my headphones, I listen to music, and I think.

Phyllis: [Chuckles] Well, that sounds nice to me. But sometimes I imagine that's lonely.

Ravi: Yeah, sometimes. That's why it was nice to be here with Ashley, just listening, watching her listen. It wasn't lonely then.

Nick: Oh, come on. Are you serious?

Chelsea: What's wrong? Did they give away our table at top of the tower?

Nick: [Chuckles] Way, way worse. My bartender just bailed on me. He is sick with the flu.

Chelsea: Oh. Well, no problem. Help is on the way.

Nick: No, Noah is not available. He's on a date.

Chelsea: Excuse me.

Nick: Can you bartend?

Chelsea: Please. It's kind of my thing. I've tended bar in all sorts of dives. Not to say that this is a dive, because this is a -- is a very hip establishment. Not divey at all.

Nick: Yeah, it's like the opposite of dive.

Chelsea: Right. That's right. So, uh, why don't you just back off, let me do my thing?

Nick: You got a thing?

Chelsea: Oh, I've got a thing.

Nick: [Laughs]

Jill: Ah! [Sniffs]

Colin: Happy Valentine's Day.

Jill: You are ridiculous.

Colin: Hmm! I thought you'd like it.

Jill: I love it. And tonight? Boy, do I need it.

Colin: Rough day in the world of big business?

Jill: Very, very rough.

Colin: Well, I'm gonna make it all right for you.

Jill: [Chuckles] Come here.

Esther: [Sighs] Who's ready for cheese puffs?

Colin: I gave you the night off.

Esther: Oh, no, thank you. I've seen all the movies out anyway, and someone's got to play cupid around here.

Colin: Well, it won't be you.

Jill: [Laughs] He's right, Esther. Hey, you're off duty. Have some champagne.

Colin: W-wait, wait! That was for us -- you, me, you, me.

Jill: Colin, Colin, it's valentine's night, okay, and considering what her name is...

Esther: Thank you, Jill.

Colin: You're welcome.

Esther: And a cheese puff. I don't mind if I do. Mm. Oh!

Colin: That woman is a nuisance.

Jill: Yeah, well, Esther comes with the house.

Colin: Yeah, we really hit the jackpot there, didn't we?

Jill: [Laughs]

Colin: Come on. Sit down and, uh, pass me up those feet.

Jill: Oh!

Colin: Here.

Jill: Great. There's one.

Colin: It's all right. Start with the one.

Jill: Okay.

Colin: So, I take it, uh, I take it Jack didn't take too kindly to your offer.

Jill: Yeah, he didn't take too kindly to it, but I'll wear him down. , My God. Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. Right there, right there. Ooh.

Colin: There's those words. Oh, yeah.

Jill: [Laughs] No more talk of work, baby.

Colin: Certainly not from me.

Jill: Oh, my God. Oh, yeah.

Lily: Is it out of your system?

Cane: Well, it's gonna have to be, 'cause tonight's about you.

Lily: No, Cane, it's about us, about the life that we built and the commitment we made on this day.

Cane: You are more beautiful now than you were back then.

Lily: Um, should we order?

Cane: You do know I'm very ouhay e thhas it's just -- I just feel like I should hould have co-owned the company, but Victoria, she has this big bank account. She's just throwing all this money around, and Jill's more than happy to grab it, but where does it leave me?

Lily: It leaves you with a job that you're wonderful at.

Cane: And you've got Billy. He thinks he's protector of Victoria, but she doesn't need a protector 'cause she's tougher than he is. And she's only keeping him around 'cause that's what she wants to do.

Lily: Cane, can you please just stop? Please. I am tired, okay? Today was exciting, but it was very long and stressful for me. And all that got me through it was thinking about tonight, having this romantic dinner with you, but this is not romantic.

Cane: This was a mistake.

Lily: What?

Cane: This was a mistake, babe. We should go. Let's go home.

Lily: Wait, I'm sorry. That -- that's your answer? Not that you want to be here with me?

Cane: I am...trying.

Lily: Then you know what? Try harder.

Cane: Okay, that's just really nice. Thank you for that. 'Cause, you know, before, you used to say to me that you cared about me and you wanted to hear what I was thinking, what I was feeling and going through --

Lily: That is not what I'm saying. All you talk about now is how you feel like you lost out on brash & sassy.

Cane: That's 'cause it means something to me.

Lily: What? Does it mean more to you than our anniversary? [Scoffs] You know what? Just go.

Cane: What?

Lily: Just go. Relieve the sitter. I'm gonna find my own way home.

Cane: Are you serious right now?

Lily: Yeah, I'm serious. Can you please just go?

Jack: Oh, aren't we a pair. Dateless on Valentine's Day.

Ashley: Well, it's better than being with the wrong person.

Jack: Yeah, this time last year, I was with the wrong person. What promised to be a perfectly pleasant evening ended in Neil crashing through the decorations. Should have taken that as a sign.

Ashley: I think you miss Phyllis. Wait, you know what? I think you miss having someone.

Jack: Not as much as you'd think.

Ashley: Not someone you can have dinner with and talk about the day, celebrate the good times with and lean on during the sad times?

Jack: You know what I don't miss? I don't miss the pain, the sharp pain in the heart when you realize all your faith and trust was utterly misplaced. Right now Jabot deserves my utmost attention. But just because I'm here doesn't mean you have to be. Go on. Get out of here. Go have fun. Let Ravi out of his cage.

Ashley: He's gone. He has been for a while.

Jack: Ravi's on a date? Wow. I didn't know he had it in him. Who's the lucky lady?

Ashley: That would be Phyllis.

Jill: You know something, baby?

Colin: Hmm?

Jill: I realize that I do tend to obsess over business and money. But a night like this, thank you for reminding me what matters most.

Colin: Hmm. You know, that happens to the best of us. I'm always looking for the next big thing. At times, I lose sight of the fact that I married this woman that I'm crazy in love with.

Jill: Ah.

Esther: More coffee?

Colin: Oh, bloody hell. Woman, go to bed.

Esther: You know, it's like I watch his mouth move but I can't hear the words anymore. It's a very peaceful feeling.

Jill: [Chuckles] Just go, Esther. You know what? Have some champagne. Have all the champagne. Get really drunk and watch rom-coms, and we will lock up.

Esther: Thank you, Jill.

Jill: Mm-hmm.

Colin: You're getting soft.

Jill: No, I'm not. She's part of the furniture. I mean, she knows when the furnace needs to be cleaned. She knows when the gutters need to be emptied. She's, uh, she serves her purpose.

Colin: She's a lurker. She lurks around corners. She listens to all our conversations.

Jill: Oh, God, if you're worried about secrets, please, it's too late for that. Esther is family. And besides which, I seriously doubt that she lurks.

Colin: Well, I don't care what she does tonight as long as she stays in her room.

Jill: So, does that mean you want to retire to the boudoir?

Colin: You get the lights while I pop a little pill and get the spa warm.

Jill: Oh, my darling. Like you really need a pill, my beautiful lech. I am so glad that you are all mine.

Colin: I am.

Jill: Hmm. Aww. [Chuckles]

Ashley: You are the C.E.O. of this company. You actually called security to check and see if two of your employees left together? Why do you even care?

Jack: I was surprised, that's all.

Ashley: That Phyllis wants to get her hooks into a good-looking, intelligent guy like Ravi? I don't find that surprising at all. I think you need to get a life.

Jack: I haven't exactly been a monk myself.

Ashley: Really? Anybody I know?

Jack: I just don't think Phyllis should stir up conflict by dating a Jabot employee. As for Ravi, I know he doesn't get out a lot, but come on. The age difference?

Ashley: Like you've ever dated in your age bracket? Give me a break. I know so many men that don't have a problem dating a young hottie.

Jack: Oh, is that what Ravi is now? A young hottie?

Ashley: Ravi Shapur is a talented, intelligent human being who would be a great catch for the right woman. I think you and I both agree that woman is not Phyllis.

Chelsea: The thing is, you have to keep up the pattern. The eye contact, the talking. The talking is what brings in the big tips. The talking and the shaking. And then when you're done, you have what I like to call the Burmese banshee.

Phyllis: I think this one's for you.

Ravi: Wow!


Ravi: Really good.

Nick: All right. Any other takers?

[Crowd shouts]

Nick: There we go, there we go!

Chelsea: All right.

Nick: So does this mean you're gonna want this, uh, bartending job permanently?

Chelsea: Uh, no. I think having one exhausting job a day is enough for me, but thank you.

Nick: Well, lucky for you, your relief is on the way. But when he gets here, you may have to fill him in on how to make this liquid magic.

Chelsea: Well, he's not here yet, and there's no time to waste. I got orders to fill.

Nick: Then allow me.

Ravi: Want to finish this?

Phyllis: Oh, no. Hey, were you blowing smoke with that smile before?

Ravi: Not at all. It's great. Just don't want to fry my brain anymore.

Phyllis: Well, that's pretty good thinking in case you have a brilliant idea, that way we can make sure your mind's clear so you can put it into action. And since you like to listen to music with a partner, come on. Dance with me.

Ravi: Wh--

Victoria: Look, I know you regret the things that you've done, but it doesn't really help me to talk about it.

Billy: You don't have to say it out loud. I know what you think when you look at me -- about Phyllis and all the other jackass moves I've made.

Victoria: Your life is your life. I don't get a vote. I don't get to comment. We all make mistakes, Billy.

Billy: Yeah, but not like me. I don't expect you to forgive and forget, Vick.

Victoria: I don't want it to be the first thing that comes to mind. And most of the time, it's not. When I think about you, I think about...

Billy: You think about what?

Victoria: I think about... the kids and how much they love you and how that's all that really matters.

Billy: They're amazing.

Victoria: Yeah, they are. And I want the same thing for this company. I think that we can work together to build something really special.

Billy: But I work for you now. But yeah, we can -- we can build something good. Something great.

Victoria: I think so, too. So, I'm gonna put this day to bed, because we have another long, hard day tomorrow.

Billy: Valentine's Day is not over yet. I can drive you home.

Victoria: Billy, what do you not understand about me not wanting to date you?

Billy: I just offered to drive you home.

Victoria: Because I don't have a car?

Billy: Okay. You drive me.

Victoria: What is wrong with you?

Billy: Maybe I want to see the kids, you know, our kids.

Victoria: Yeah, or maybe Cane is right and you can't wait to find an edge.

Billy: For what reason? To keep my job now that you're in charge? That's in Cane's head, not mine. My life is more than business. I think about things and I care about things that matter.

Victoria: And you don't care about this company, do you?

Billy: It's your life, Vick. It's not mine.

Victoria: [Scoffs] God, you know what? I hate that. It's just so smug. You just wear "not caring" like it's a badge of honor or something.

Billy: Well, I'll you what's not a badge of honor -- a briefcase, okay? You know, I used to remember when you used to thank me for showing you that there's more to life than a conference room and spreadsheet. Not just thank me -- you used to love me for it. Now you can't go there. You can't think that way, right? You can't have fun. You can't possibly have feelings.

Victoria: I had feelings, and they hurt all the time because of you. And I'm not gonna make that mistake again because of you, so you can stop trying to be so sweet-talking to me. I'm not gonna melt just because you offered to give me a ride home, Billy.

Billy: How do you expect to melt when you're as stone cold as Reed says you are? Kid's smarter than you think.

[Cell phone rings]

Jill: David. Tell me you have good news. Did you manage to speak to Delores about accessing my personal accounts?

David: Ms. Bailey and I had a very frank conversation. Jill, exactly what did you think you had in your personal accounts?

Jill: Well, I don't know to the penny. Why do you ask?

David: Because you don't have enough to even buy a dress from Fenmore's right now.

Jill: That is just not possible. Are you sure you spoke to Delores and not some assistant?

David: Okay, have you looked at your most recent statement?

Jill: No, I've been on a cruise.

David: Okay, go online, look things over. Jill, your accounts have been depleted.

Jill: No. That's just not possible.

David: Do you have password protection on your accounts?

Jill: Well, of course I have password protection! Nobody could touch my money without me knowing!

Colin: Jill, come on! The bath's ready, and so am I!

Walk the line until it's broken

watch the time until eyes open

breathe the life that wakes the day out of the darkness

in love we try

in fear we lie

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

hold your heart until it's broken


build the walls to keep the gold in

gold in

feel the light of shadows waiting for tomorrow

in hope we try

in tears we lie

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

flying, falling, feeling for you

crying, calling, kneeling

are you hiding?

Heaven deep inside you

where you're all alone

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ah, ah, ahh, ahh, ahh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you go

ahh-ahh, ahh-ahh, ahhh

steady as you

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

Billy: Nick, I need a word.

Nick: About?

Billy: Your sister.

Jill: I'm just waiting for you, my angel.

Colin: Oh!

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