Y&R Transcript Tuesday 2/21/17
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Phyllis: Good morning!
Ravi: Oh, hey. Good morning, Phyllis.
Phyllis: Hey. I really had a nice time last night. Thank you for keeping a lonely divorcee company on Valentine's Day.
Ravi: Oh, no problem. You can see why my escort services are in such high demand.
Ravi: Not that I would ever use -- or that you would ever -- Look, I was just joking.
Phyllis: I know.
Ravi: I'm sorry. I had fun.
Phyllis: So where'd you run off to?
Ravi: Uh, back to work, actually.
Phyllis: You came back here?
Ravi: Yeah, to debug a few thousand lines of code.
Phyllis: I respect your work ethic. I do. You just promise me once every couple of months, you take a night away from all of this, okay?
Ravi: Yeah, I promise. Thanks.
Devon: Oh, man. Hey, man. How you doing? Doing good?
Mariah: Guys, guys! We have a code d! Everybody, we have a code d! This is not a test! This is not a test! Everybody look like you know what you're doing!
Devon: Ah, that's very funny. I have a code now. That's cool.
Mariah: Let me guess. You are here for the brash & sassy interview with Victoria and Lily.
Devon: Yeah, mostly the, uh, the Lily part. I thought that she could use some brotherly support. But big picture, I want to start being more hands-on around here.
Mariah: Hilary's not here. But sadly that is temporary, and I think it's going to be hard to avoid her.
Devon: Well, then I'll just have to be like the rest of you and deal with it.
Jack: Since this is the fourth message I've left for you, Jill, I am starting to question your level of interest in my Fenmore's shares. Let me be real clear about this. You keep dodging my calls, my own level of interest in a counteroffer are going to drop to zero.
Hilary: Hello, Jack.
Jack: Hey, there.
Hilary: So, are you staying at the club now?
Jack: No. Why would you say that?
Hilary: On my way to the gym, I saw you coming out of a room.
Jack: Well, that's odd. And impossible.
Hilary: My mistake. It must have just been someone who looked like you.
Jack: So, what's the scoop on Devon these days?
Hilary: [Sighs] Michael Baldwin wants me to sign some document promising to keep my claws off of Devon's money in the divorce. It was insulting.
Jack: And you told Michael and Devon that, did you?
Hilary: Yeah, of course I did. I said from the beginning that I don't want Devon's money.
Jack: Okay, then what is it you're after? We both know it's got to be something.
Lily: Okay, here you go.
Cane: Thanks, love.
Lily: Yeah. Well, before you're too grateful, it's blueberry, not cinnamon apple. I'm sorry.
Cane: Well, actually, I was saying thank you for letting my dad stay at our house last night and that you are sweet for not asking how long he's going to stay.
Lily: Well, I am sweet, but I also figured that you have no idea at this point.
Cane: Oh, sweet and wise.
Cane: You do know that's my favorite combination. In regards to my father, let's just say I hope he slithers off the sofa as soon as possible and back into Jill's good graces.
Lily: And what if Jill has other ideas?
Esther: Gosh. [Sighs] Oh, boy! [Sighs] We did it.
Billy: Operation Colin-purge is a major success.
Billy: Good job.
Esther: Ew. You know, I have some heavy-duty anti-bacterial cleanser in the kitchen. We should both disinfect.
Billy: That's a good idea. And before I forget, the locksmith gave me these.
Esther: You changed the locks?
Esther: Oh, bless you, Billy.
Billy: Yeah, he's never gonna hurt her again. If he can't get that through his tiny, sleazy skull, I'll force it through.
Jack: Thank you.
Hilary: Jack, I hope that you don't think that I'm looking for some huge payout from Devon.
Jack: Hey, I believe whatever you tell me. But let's pretend I'm Devon.
Hilary: Okay. Hi, Devon.
Jack: I watched you shred a $250 million check I gave you in a fit of righteous indignation swearing you had no designs whatever on my bloated bank account.
Hilary: Yes, you did.
Jack: And yet you are equally upset when I asked you to sign a piece of paper attesting to that fact, refusing, if you will, to put my money where your mouth is. You'll forgive my being suspicious, but trust, or lack of trust, is the reason I'm divorcing you.
Hilary: You're right. [Sighs] What kills me is how easily I could have avoided all of this. Just -- I wish I could go back. I wish I could --
Jack: Now you're starting to sound like Phyllis.
Hilary: Ouch! Now, that was harsh!
Jack: I am trying to save you heartache, sweetheart. You can't go back. You can't ask people to forgive and forget. Doesn't work.
Hilary: Okay, um, let's do a hypothetical with you.
Jack: Only fair, I guess. Shoot.
Hilary: Let's say that I did see you creeping out of the hotel room of a certain flat-broke jetsetter who came
this close to slandering your name on a wildly popular TV show. I would be compelled to remind you that this jetsetter is not just unstable but also incredibly vindictive, and that fire is a very dangerous thing to play with.
Jack: And I might tell you sometimes I like a little danger, just like you.
Phyllis: You work very hard. You deserve to take some time off, even if it's a night to listen to that horrible electronic dance music.
Ashley: Hey, Ravi, I'm waiting for that beta launch report.
Ravi: Uh, yeah. Uh, of course you are. Um, do you need it now?
Ashley: Yeah, I mean, that is why we pay you, right?
Ravi: Yeah. Of course. Sorry.
Ashley: That's okay. Thanks.
Ravi: Uh, yeah. A.S.A.P. Sorry.
Phyllis: I think you traumatized him.
Ashley: We all have jobs to do.
Phyllis: For a moment, this was a pleasant work environment.
Ashley: Really? Adults call it a company, and it's actually my family's company. It's important to me that we do actual work here as opposed to you who treats it like a game so you can stay close to Jack.
Phyllis: If you recall, I did resign.
Ashley: Or whomever else that you're toying with this week.
Phyllis: You know, Ashley, this is what grownups call very fourth grade. You are throwing a tantrum because Ravi decided to spend recess with me, and you don't like it.
Ashley: I don't like it at all.
Cane: All right, thank you. [Sighs]
Lily: Any news on Jill?
Cane: No, 'cause they won't tell me over the phone, 'cause guess what? I'm not a relative. So I have to go and see her.
Lily: Okay. I'll try to come with you, okay?
Lily: Poor Jill. It's like everything is suddenly so messed up. And we have to come up with some sort of game plan about Colin so he doesn't take advantage of us or our limited space.
Cane: Okay, that's not going to happen. You know why? Because I care way too much about the sofa.
Lily: Don't try to cheer me up.
Cane: All right, fine, I won't, as long as you agree with me that your day is gonna get better from here, because from now on, now it's gonna be all about you and your sizzling debut at GC buzz.
Lily: I know. I'm excited.
Cane: You should be.
Lily: I just wish the host wasn't my toxic soon-to-be ex-sister-in-law.
Cane: Well, don't worry about that, because now she has a co-host.
Lily: Yeah, it's a plus. I just can't let Hilary get to me. But it was very sweet of Victoria to ask me to do the show with her.
Cane: It's not sweet. We need you because you are the fresh face of brash & sassy.
Lily: [Chuckles] Okay, simmer down.
Cane: No, I won't, and I'm not going to, okay, because since you joined the campaign, the, uh, massive positive reaction we got from the press, the media, and the retailers has been very, very good.
Lily: You don't have to spin anything on my account.
Cane: Oh, there's no spin. Just data. Because our sales have doubled our projections, so what can I say but you have made this brand a smash hit.
Lily: Thank you for being my number-one fan. You know, even with everything going on, especially today, you know, with Jill in the hospital...
Cane: It's okay if you say it. My diminished role at brash & sassy.
Lily: You are very important to that company, as you should be. And if they don't value and cherish you the way that I do, then it's their loss.
Cane: Thank you.
Esther: Scariest thing is that Jill didn't even know she was having a heart attack. A lot of help I was telling her it was acid reflux or the flu.
Billy: Don't go blaming yourself, you hear me? Nobody knew what was going on with mom. Her symptoms didn't exactly scream heart attack.
Esther: Yeah, they sure didn't.
Billy: No. We didn't have the information. But now we do.
Esther: [Voice breaking] I just don't want to lose Jill like I did Mrs. C.
Billy: Nothing is going to happen to my mother. You hear me?
[Knock on door]
Esther: Ooh! That slimy swindler! I am gonna put nine holes in his head! You just -- that is it! I've had it! Oh, hi. I was -- I was just leaving. Bye.
Billy: What do you want?
Jack: I'm here to see Jill. I saw her car outside. You want to tell her I'm here?
Billy: It's not a good time, Jack.
Jack: She planning some kind of garage sale?
Billy: Look, she doesn't want anybody to know, but the night before last, she had a heart attack.
Jack: Wh-- what are you talking about?
Billy: She was having these symptoms, you know. She chalked it up to stress, indigestion. Esther and I basically had to force her to the emergency room, and just in time, as it turns out.
Jack: Leave it to Jill to blow off her own heart attack. But she's going to be okay, though, right?
Billy: It looks that way, yeah, but they did find a major blockage. They had to put a stent in her heart in order to help the blood flow.
Jack: I saw her that day. She looked herself. She was acting herself, all charged up and eager to close her deal with Jabot.
Billy: Is it a chancellor project?
Jack: No, she wants to buy my shares in Fenmore at any cost.
Billy: So why are you here? Jack up the price? See how high you can get her? Because let's be honest, Jack. You just bought those shares. You're not gonna sell them.
Jack: Quite the contrary. I would never lead your mother on in business. I'm interested in selling. In fact, I made a counteroffer.
Billy: Did she accept?
Jack: I haven't heard back.
Billy: Okay, well, that's not gonna happen anytime soon, so as of right now, the deal's off.
Jack: Important thing right now is she make a fast and peaceful recovery.
Colin: [Sighs] Hi, sweetheart. [Sighs] I'm so sorry. You have no idea how much I regret hurting you. I really don't deserve you. And -- and you don't have to forgive me. Please -- but please... please just make yourself well again. [Sighs] I should never have touched your money. I should never have hurt you, hurt your feelings, your pride, and above all... above all, your heart. But I do love you. You get yourself well. Get out of here. And I promise I'll spend the rest of my life trying to make things right. That's a promise with -- with or without you. I really hope it's with you. I hope you can hear me telling you that I do love you. What we've got is real, Jill. It's real. Please forgive me. Jill? Jill?
Esther: [Hushed] Get out!
Colin: I have a right to be here.
Esther: Okay. Well, why don't I just go get a police officer and he can read you the rest of your rights?
Colin: This is my wife, Esther.
Esther: Why don't you think what's good for her? Peace and calm and healing. No stress, and that's what you are!
Colin: I need to be with her right now.
Esther: Who cares what you need? Okay, I'm gonna go get a nurse, and she's gonna call security.
Colin: I love you. I'll prove it.
Phyllis: Ashley, I know how you see Ravi. As an object, material asset, exclusive property of Jabot. He is yours, so everybody stand back.
Ashley: Actually, I see Ravi as a kind, compassionate, talented, and intelligent kid who hasn't gotten jaded yet by working with people like you.
Phyllis: He's not a kid. He's a man, Ashley. Remember those?
Ashley: I care about him. And I don't want to see him get hurt.
Phyllis: From me? You just reamed him out like a dominatrix hall monitor.
Ashley: And what about you, Phyllis? You always have the best intentions, but you cause the worst destruction to as many people as possible.
Mariah: So, you said that you would like to be more hands-on here.
Mariah: Which I think is the best news. But may I speak freely?
Devon: Don't you always?
Mariah: [Chuckles] Do you really think it's the best idea to put yourself in such intense contact with a person you just divorced?
Devon: Well, we're not divorced yet. Nothing's been decided, uh, or signed.
Mariah: I just want you to be happy here. It might be hard to focus on the show when she's in the same room.
Hilary: Uh, didn't expect to see you here.
Devon: Turns out I own the place.
Mariah: [Laughs] Um, I need to smell the brash & sassy stuff, so I'll just...
Hilary: All I meant was you haven't been around that much.
Devon: I know, and that's gonna change.
Hilary: So you're gonna be more involved in the show?
Devon: Yeah, I'm ready to. I finally feel 100%. I'm fully recovered. And I'm looking forward to what's next.
Hilary: That's fantastic. And this place has been a welcome distraction for me. I'd rather be working than hanging around waiting to get divorced. You haven't signed the papers yet.
Hilary: So you -- you still think that I'm gonna take a swipe at your bank account?
Devon: Well, if that's not the plan, you can always sign Michael's document saying so.
Hilary: If it was the plan, then I wouldn't have tore up your check for $250 million.
Devon: It'd sure make your life easier, Hilary.
Hilary: Devon, the money was great when we were together. But it was never necessary, and it still isn't, not to me.
Devon: Okay. Well, I hope you know that I wouldn't feel right leaving you penniless.
Hilary: [Scoffs] I have survived on the bare minimum most of my life. You know that. It only makes me work harder because I know that the only person that I can rely on is myself. Little taste of the plush life, it's not gonna change who I am. And I'm sure, you know, many people, they would look at a giant divorce settlement as their golden parachute. But I don't need it. I have wings. I only mean that you're not gonna leave me destitute.
Devon: No, I don't think that at all, actually. I believe that you would be a success at anything you put your mind to.
Hilary: Thank you. Appreciate that.
Devon: Hey! Look who it is.
Hilary: Hi. Um, great to see you, Lily. Um, so, I-I am gonna leave you two to talk. I'm gonna go finish up the segment. I'm really looking forward to this.
Devon: "No," what?
Lily: No, I will not let you have second thoughts about divorcing her.
Esther: Oh, Billy.
Billy: Hey, how is she?
Esther: Oh, she's better now. She's awake.
Billy: Good, good. And no sign of Colin?
Esther: Not now.
Billy: What do you mean? Was he here?
Esther: Calm down. Jill was asleep, and I kicked him out.
Billy: Good job, Esther. Thank you. I'll see you in a bit. Hi. Look at you.
Billy: You look great.
Jill: Yeah, I look like I was hit by a bus.
Billy: It's an improvement, trust me.
Jill: Thank you.
Billy: How are you feeling?
Jill: I feel so tired, even though I've been sleeping this whole time, which I would be doing much better at home.
Billy: Mom, they put two stents in your heart, okay? You're not gonna recover overnight. Don't take it from me. Let's ask your doctor.
Dr. Lang: Ask me what?
Jill: Nothing, Dr. Lang. My son just adorably stopped by to fuss over me.
Dr. Lang: I told you that you were a lucky woman. Billy, if you'd excuse us, uh, your mom and I need to perform a quick follow-up.
Billy: I'll be right outside. You, listen to her.
Jill: [Chuckles] Would you please tell my son and Esther that I had a routine procedure and I don't need --
Dr. Lang: Actually, Jill, I need to explain a few things to you. Billy and Esther are right to be concerned. Your heart suffered significant damage, and it's not something you can ignore.
Jill: Okay. Okay. I'm listening. Just tell me what I have to do to get out of your hair and get on with my life.
Dr. Lang: I wish it were that simple. I'm talking about a lifestyle change.
Jill: What kind of a change?
Dr. Lang: Major. So, are you ready to accept that and the things that you need to do to stay healthy and alive?
Jill: Yeah. Yeah. I'm ready.
Colin: Uh, the -- the door --
Jack: Excuse me. How did you --
Colin: I know I don't have an appointment. Um, so I'll get straight to it.
Jack: Get to what? An apology for the last time you were in town?
Colin: Uh, yeah. Yeah, that -- that, for starters. In fact, that whole business of the, um...
Jack: The blackmail?
Colin: Um, well, it was -- it was...rude.
Colin: Well, for starters. Stupid, impulsive, certainly nothing worth losing your marriage over.
Jack: Speaking of your marriage, Billy told me that Jill had a heart attack. I hope she recovers quickly.
Colin: Oh, I'm sure she will. She's the strongest woman I've ever met. But anyway, at the moment, she's in no position to, um, finalize the Fenmore deal, so I'm -- I'm here to ask for more time.
Jack: Oh, then the deal is still on?
Colin: I don't think the deal was ever off. Jill wants it to happen, so I'm gonna make sure that it does.
Jack: I'd like that, too. Then you have her power of attorney?
Colin: Uh, that really wasn't necessary.
Jack: Okay, then you do have access to her personal accounts? I mean, this is a sizeable transaction.
Colin: Well, I'm -- I'm simply here to ask for more time.
Jack: You're not here as Jill's representative to finish this deal. Does she even know you're here now?
Colin: Look, we both agreed she's in no condition to make the Fenmore deal, so I took it upon myself --
Jack: Translation -- Jill doesn't know that you're here. You don't have the money for the deal, am I right?
Colin: Not at this exact moment.
Jack: I think we're done. You know where the door is.
Colin: Please. Hear me out. I'm about to make a killing in the market. I just need a bit more time for that investment to pay off.
Jack: [Chuckles] That would explain the golf clubs.
Colin: Golf clubs? I don't get it.
Jack: Well, they were in a pile with your other things near Jill's front door. She threw you out.
Colin: She did no such thing. This sounds like Billy's work. He's out of line.
Jack: You could chisel that in Billy's headstone. There still has to be a reason. What did you do?
Colin: I borrowed a substantial amount of money from Jill to make the investment.
Jack: Of course behind her back. And she found out. Oh, dear God. Wait. Is that what caused the heart attack?
Colin: There were other factors, but I blame myself completely.
Jack: You're probably right to do so. No wonder you want this deal to happen. It's the only thing that will keep your gravy train on the tracks.
Colin: Hey, wait. Now, listen. I know a lot of people think that that's what this marriage is all about, but I didn't think you'd be one of them.
Jack: Why would I be an exception?
Colin: Because you know what it's like to lead a life full of passion and excitement and to hell with what everybody else thinks. But to find a woman to share that with? Not easy. So you find yourself taking risks. You find yourself making sure things are never dull, stale, or safe, because you don't know that the next corner might be the end of it all.
Jack: And when you're going that fast, any bump in the road could be fatal.
[Knock on door]
Ravi: Come in! Hey. Uh, uh, here is the update. Sorry it's late.
Ashley: It's not late. I should have told you that I needed it by lunch, and I should not have overreacted the way I did.
Ravi: No, you're my boss, and we have work to do. We have a lot of work to do.
Ashley: Yeah, and you're gonna handle it beautifully like you always do. And you didn't need me acting like a mean hall monitor. [Chuckles] Will you please forgive me?
Ravi: Yeah, of course.
Ashley: Thanks. You want to know why I really acted that way? It was seeing you... with Phyllis.
Ashley: Well, I mean, you know...I've talked to you a lot about her. You know how I feel about Phyllis.
Ravi: I would never repeat anything you say about anything to anyone.
Ashley: Thank you. I kind of figured that out on my own when I took a second to think about it.
Ravi: Would you prefer if I didn't socialize with Phyllis outside of the work area?
Ashley: I can't tell you what to do with your time. I mean, you know, you're entitled to have a life, Ravi, so I certainly don't want you to feel like you have to take sides.
Ravi: Thank you. I don't really have a lot of friends here, so...
Ashley: But it's just you're such a kind and trusting person. That could get you hurt.
Devon: Sounds good. I appreciate that. All right, take care.
Lily: So you're really considering not going through with the divorce? You're so close, Devon. Just sign the papers and walk away.
Devon: Lily, it's not that simple, okay?
Hilary: I owe you a belated congratulations on becoming brash & sassy's brand ambassador.
Lily: You really don't.
Hilary: How did this all come about?
Lily: Uh, brash & sassy's model bailed on them, so Jill asked me to step in, and I guess you could say it was right place, right time.
Hilary: And right mother-in-law. [Chuckles]
Lily: Well, she's been very supportive.
Hilary: Of course. And I'm sure that Cane has been, too. With the two of them on your side, how could you not get the job?
Lily: Well, Billy and Victoria were in on that decision, too.
Hilary: Yeah, no, of course. I'm not implying nepotism. Although it does kind of go with the territory over there. Billy is Jill's son, and Victoria used to be her daughter-in-law. It's...
Lily: So what are you implying, then?
Hilary: I'm just saying that I was under the same kind of unfair scrutiny when Devon bought the GC buzz and made me senior on-air talent.
Lily: Yeah, I don't really see the similarity. And I don't know what talent that job title refers to.
Devon: Okay, guys, how about we, uh, pick up this conversation after the show? How's that sound?
Devon: All right, listen, I want you to relax and enjoy yourself, because today is a celebration of you, the mom, the hotel manager I can't seem to replace, and the model.
Lily: Yes, how do I do it all?
Devon: I don't know. You should ask your husband. Is he on his way?
Lily: Supposedly. I don't know. Things have been a little... weird lately. Cane's been...different.
Devon: How's he been different?
Lily: He's been obsessing over beating out Victoria and buying brash & sassy from Jill. I've never seen him this desperate and cutthroat. And we didn't have the money to buy the company. It makes no sense.
Devon: Well, hey, if you guys need money, you know you could ask me.
Lily: No, no, no. It's too much to borrow. I don't -- I don't feel comfortable.
Devon: Well, if there's anything I can do, let me know.
Lily: Thanks. I mean, Victoria knows how dedicated Cane is to the company, so his role shouldn't change. So hopefully he can just calm down and accept it.
Devon: How's he been accepting your new role?
Lily: It's been an adjustment. But don't worry. I mean, we're solid.
Hilary: Yep, that's me. And you are?
Jordan: Well, I'm the guy who took those photos.
Hilary: Oh! Jordan. Hi. Lovely to meet you.
Jordan: Well, the pleasure's all mine. Hey, Victoria -- she asked me to stop by and take some behind-the-scenes shots if that's all right with you.
Hilary: Yeah, of course. Welcome to our little hive. You know, brash & sassy -- they sent me your portfolio, and it is outstanding. Definitely buzzworthy.
Jordan: Well, that is very kind of you to say, but see, this is, uh, it's an easy job thanks to Lily. Just -- just look at those photos. She's just got... it, you know?
Hilary: Yeah, she's definitely got something.
Jordan: Yeah, like my uncle used to always say, she could sell water to a whale. [Chuckles]
Colin: Jill may never forgive me. Seeing her in ICU all fragile, like a shell, I knew I had to do whatever possible to make this work.
Jack: Well, that's all very noble. But this deal may no longer be on the table.
Colin: Don't give me that. You have a minority share in Fenmore's that she's about to pay top dollar for. It's the perfect way out for you.
Jack: And if I'll just give you a little time?
Colin: That's right. You can bet on it.
Jack: I'll be sure to notify Las Vegas.
Ashley: What was that about?
Jack: A desperate attempt to save a marriage.
Dr. Lang: Most of my patients discover they actually really like the Mediterranean diet.
Billy: She loves the Mediterranean. Don't you?
Jill: I get it, Billy. Stand down.
Billy: Esther is already waist-deep in cookbooks making sure that she has every healthy meal she can dream of.
Dr. Lang: Terrific. And I've enrolled you in cardiac rehab, a supervised exercise program in the hospital gym.
Billy: Personal training paid by the insurance? Sweet!
Jill: You're doing it again. So, please tell me what medications I'll be on.
Dr. Lang: Three. A blood pressure medicine, a blood thinner, and --
Billy: What's -- what's the thinner for?
Dr. Lang: Keeping the stents open and making sure blood clots don't develop. And because of the plaque in her arteries, uh, the third prescription is a statin.
Jill: But if I'm on a diet and exercise routine, why do I need a statin?
Dr. Lang: It greatly reduces the risk of another heart attack by decreasing your cholesterol.
Billy: She'll take it.
Jill: Yes, thank you. And please excuse my son. He thinks he's the parent now.
Dr. Lang: Jill, you're very lucky he cares so much. Sticking to a major lifestyle change is so much easier with family support.
Jill: I don't think it'll be too difficult. It sounds reasonable.
Dr. Lang: And you have to stop drinking.
Jill: You mean cut down.
Dr. Lang: I mean cut down... to zero.
Jill: What about an occasional martini? I mean, a glass of champagne every week? All right, biweekly? No, I happen to know that red wine is a staple of a balanced Mediterranean diet.
Dr. Lang: You're on a slightly modified plan. You cannot mix alcohol with these medications. I'm sorry.
Jill: Aren't you being overly cautious?
Dr. Lang: We have to be. And it's crucial you cut back on work.
Dr. Lang: Right now your number-one danger is stress.
Jill: Great. Then don't ask me to bring back prohibition.
Billy: She's just venting, Dr. Lang. On top of that. Esther and I have already talked, and we've cut away the stress at home.
Jill: What does that mean?
Dr. Lang: For now, just let Billy and Esther take care of you. If you follow this program, you'll recover and live a long, quality life.
Billy: She will follow it. Trust me.
Jill: I will follow it. He'll make me. Thank you, Dr. Lang. It's funny.
Billy: It's a lot to digest right now. Here.
Jill: No, I don't mean that. I mean earlier I could swear that I heard Colin.
Billy: Well, you can check that off the stress-reduction list. Esther and I packed his stuff and changed the locks.
Jill: You did what?
Billy: We kicked him to the curb. [Australian accent] And good riddance, mate.
Jill: How dare you! You had no right, Billy!
Lily: [Laughs] Hey.
Hilary: I was just gushing to Jordan about his digital artistry.
Jordan: And I was just gushing to Hilary that you're my digital muse.
Lily: [Laughs] Well, why don't we all stop gushing and you can keep me company while I get my makeup finished, since, you know, there's no retouching on live TV. [Chuckles]
Jordan: All right.
Mariah: Okay, I just heard from Victoria, and she is on her way.
Hilary: [Scoffs] Look at those two. They seem cozier than colleagues.
Mariah: Yeah, just like us.
Phyllis: Hey. How's it going?
Ravi: Uh, fine.
Phyllis: How out of line was Ashley earlier? Am I right?
Ravi: No, no, she's my boss. She gave me this office and a contract, a 10% raise.
Phyllis: Good for her. But none of that gives her the right to speak to you disrespectfully. You are a damn hard worker, and you deserve better.
Ravi: Thank you, Phyllis. That's really nice.
Phyllis: It's just the truth. See you.
Ravi: Bye. [Sighs]
Ravi: It's okay. It's okay.
Jack: He wanted more time to raise the money to buy our interest in Fenmore's as if Jill is sleeping beauty and this is the magic wake-up kiss.
Ashley: [Sighs] Colin's marriage is none of our business, but I'm all for unloading those shares. You overpaid, and you have no control of Fenmore's.
Jack: Not to mention it would get Phyllis out of your sight and Ravi out of her clutches.
Ashley: Considering you didn't really consult me about Fenmore's, I think I'm entitled to a little, tiny, weenie perk, don't you?
Jack: Let's see if Colin can scare up the cash. I have my doubts.
Ashley: Well, you said that he's resourceful. Obviously he's motivated. Let's see what he can pull off.
Colin: What our half-witted maid and idiot Billy forget is that I'm Jill's husband and, um, we share something rather deep. It's survived storms before. I mean, this, too, shall pass.
Cane: I don't know about that one, dad, 'cause Billy called me on the way over here to check up on you.
Colin: What'd you say?
Cane: Well, I didn't get much of a word in, but the basic gist of the conversation was that he will do whatever it takes to keep you away from Jill, including having you arrested for draining her bank accounts.
Billy: I need you to stay calm. Stress, remember?
Jill: Then stop treating me like an invalid, Billy!
Billy: Mom, I thought you were finally done with him. I mean, he deceived you. He practically bankrupted you, not to mention he's the reason that you're in this bed.
Jill: Yes, yes, I am well aware of what Colin's done.
Billy: Okay, so what's it gonna take, then?
Jill: Well, that's not really your concern, is it? Until a judge declares me incompetent, I'm gonna do what I want to do! And what I want is to see Colin now!
Billy: You kidding me?
Jill: You heard me, Billy! I want to see my husband!
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Jill: Do you really need to remind me every hour in case it slips my mind of what Colin did to me?
Jordan: I hadn't seen Lily in 10 years. It's great that we're getting a chance to work together again.
Victoria: I am very impressed with Jordan's work, and I'm thinking of hiring him exclusively for brash & sassy.
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