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Episode # 11127 ~ Cane has a wild night in Tokyo; Hilary & Devon prepare to finalize their divorce; Victoria opens up to Billy.
Provided By SuzanneCane: Feast your eyes.
Victoria: Oh! Yes! South Korea's all locked up!
Cane: Yeah, as well as Singapore, Thailand, and Japan.
Victoria: [Exhales] Fantastic.
Cane: And Sato's got deals pending in six more countries, and the moment we sign contracts, you can start shipping products, and he will take care of expediting to the regions. We are talking about the hottest stores, with the most affluent customers, and we will be front and center.
Victoria: Look out, Jabot.
Cane: Absolutely, 'cause brash & sassy!'S about to become a serious player in the Asian market.
Victoria: That is the best news I could have ever heard.
Cane: I'm glad I could make you happy.
Victoria: Are you kidding me? I'm ecstatic. I worked so hard to get a meeting with Sato, and he acted like he didn't want to do business with us, and in one day, you wrapped the whole thing up with a big red bow.
Cane: Well, I couldn't have done it without Juliet.
Victoria: I want you both to celebrate. You deserve it. Go out, have an amazing dinner, see the town, kick your feet up. It's on me.
Cane: Mm, I think we actually could handle that, huh?
Don: Excuse me.
Don: The wedding fair -- do you know where it's being held?
Billy: It's downstairs in the ballroom. You're on the wrong floor.
Don: Well, that explains it.
Billy: You're a brave man, flying solo at an event like this.
Don: Oh, my fiancée dragged me here.
Don: She's around somewhere. I should probably go find her.
Billy: Well, it's painless. There's food at the catering booth. Make sure you check out brash & sassy!'S display. We're handing out free samples of our men's body spray.
Don: Cool. Thanks.
Billy: Enjoy. Hello, beautiful.
Billy: Looking for you downstairs.
Lily: Yeah, sorry. I was just doing a quick touch-up before I head down for the meet-and-greets.
Billy: How's it going in the booth?
Lily: Great. I guess the response is overwhelming. Valerie from P.R. Said that they're running low on samples.
Billy: Already? We just opened an hour ago.
Lily: I know, someone from the office is coming down with three more cases.
Billy: Wow, is that gonna be enough?
Lily: Well, let's hope so. We'll see.
Jordan: Billy, what's up, my man?
Billy: Hey. How are you?
Jordan: This joint is rockin'. I came to get Lily.
Lily: Oh, great. All right. Well...
Jordan: People are lining up to see you, get a picture with you.
Lily: [Chuckles] Okay, well, let's do this. Are you, uh -- are you coming?
Billy: No, I'll poke in my, uh...my head before I take off, but, um, listen, both of you, thank you very much for all your hard work. It's really appreciated.
Lily: Aww. It's not work when you love what you do.
Billy: That's very true. Question?
Lily: Sorry, no. I just -- I -- I haven't heard from Cane, and I know it's late in Tokyo. Any word?
Billy: Uh, not in a little while, but he's up to his neck in meetings, so...
Lily: Okay. I'll just be patient, then. All right. Bye.
Billy: Have fun. See you.
Jordan: All right, my man.
Hilary: I hope today's script doesn't have any fun homemaking segments.
Mariah: Did you see the rough cut? It was awesome.
Hilary: My fans don't tune in to watch me do scut. They want glamour, sophistication, and if you think mopping up spills is entertaining, then maybe this show isn't the right fit for you.
Mariah: Man, somebody's in a snit today.
Hilary: For your information, I am actually in a fabulous mood. Closure does that. I am ready to jump into the next phase of my life with both feet. See if you can work this press release into tonight's show.
Mariah: You and Devon.
Hilary: We're getting divorced.
Michael: Everything seems to be in order... ...if you're certain this is what you want.
Devon: I signed the papers, didn't I, Michael?
Michael: Which you resisted. What made you change you mind?
Devon: Hilary came over and we talked, said a lot of things that we probably should have said a long time ago.
Michael: After the accident?
Devon: Yeah. Our relationship's a mess, and there's no fixing it. We can't go back or move forward, and as painful as it is, I think that ending things makes the most sense.
Michael: I'm sorry you two didn't make it. But at least you get to start building the life that you want.
Devon: [Scoffs] Whatever that is.
Michael: Hey, divorce is tough, but you are going to bounce back. You're young, bright... you have a hell of a lot of things going for you.
Devon: Michael, all the money in the world wouldn't make the cliff I'm standing on any less scary.
Michael: Mm. You know, your family is a resource, too. Don't be afraid to lean on them. Usually when someone hesitates to move forward, it's because something in their past isn't fully resolved.
Devon: Well, that's not the case here.
Mariah: Did you and Jordan hook up?
Hilary: Don't be crass. There's no one else.
Mariah: Well, you made everyone within a three-mile radius know the two of you were going out.
Hilary: We had drinks. So what?
Mariah: So, husbands usually don't like when their wives start seeing other men. Just a thought.
Hilary: Devon and I, we sat down like mature adults and we realized that our marriage was over. There's no point in dragging this out.
Mariah: And you think splashing your private life all over TV is the way to go?
Hilary: I'm a celebrity in this town, Mariah. Celebrity news -- that's what we do best.
Mariah: Yeah, but where do you draw the line? I mean, I had a hangnail last week. Do you think we should do a two-part series on it?
Hilary: You know what, thanks for nothing. Next time you want a favor, the answer's gonna be no.
Mariah: Geez, what is your problem? I was trying to make a point.
Hilary: In the most insulting way possible.
Mariah: No, no, not on purpose. You know, I thought we were getting along.
Hilary: I put up with you because I had to. Devon hired you. I never asked for a co-host.
Mariah: You know what? Fine. You want me to read it on air? I'm gonna read it on air. I was trying to protect your privacy, but I guess you don't care about that.
Hilary: Mariah, I am about to be free. I can finally be myself again, and that is a good thing. I've been bogged down, trying to revive a marriage that's dead. I'm excited, okay? I'm excited about what comes next.
Devon: Hilary and I agreed this is what has to be.
Hilary: What can I say? Onward and upward.
Devon: I don't know what the future holds. And that's unnerving, but either way, trust me, we're done.
Hilary: Trust me, we're done.
Victoria: So, how was it, negotiating with Mr. Sato?
Cane: Uh, things got a little dicey, it was a little tough, but Juliet steered things back on track.
Victoria: Thank you, Juliet. Job well done.
Juliet: Thank you for the opportunity. It's been gratifying.
Cane: Yeah, and we've been aggressive getting the word out to the Asian fashion press, so when you wake up in the morning, you can expect to see your names in the trades, okay?
Victoria: Well, even more reason to celebrate. Just watch that, uh, time change on the way back. It's a real killer.
Billy: Or you could stay a long, long time. We don't mind.
Cane: You know what, mate, up until now, I was actually starting to miss you, huh? Hey, um, this is us signing off.
Victoria: Great job, you guys.
Cane: Thank you.
Victoria: How long were you listening?
Billy: Long enough to be concerned about Cane being in charge over there.
Victoria: Would you knock it off? He's doing phenomenal work.
Billy: Mm-hmm. What are you looking for?
Victoria: My first quarter sales projections. I just had them a minute ago.
Billy: They're right here, no?
Victoria: Oh. Gosh. It's been happening all morning. Thank you.
Billy: Well, maybe it's time for a break?
Victoria: No. No, no. It's too busy. How are things going at the wedding expo?
Billy: Lily's a big hit with the crowd.
Victoria: [Sighs] Good.
Cane: Okay. It is time to cut loose.
Juliet: Way ahead of you.
Cane: You know, I actually see that. You look a lot different than the way you did during the Sato meeting.
Juliet: Yeah, well, businesswomen here are expected to dress conservatively, and I like to look a little more chic when I go out on the town.
Cane: Oh. Okay. So, you've already got plans then, huh?
Juliet: Yes, silly. With you. I arranged for a private car to take around Tokyo so we can see the sights. I will be your personal tour guide for the evening.
Juliet: I'll text the driver.
Cane: Okay. All right. I'm gonna call Lily while you do that and give her the good news.
Juliet: Oh! Driver's downstairs. He will meet at the front entrance.
Cane: You know what? Um, I don't want to keep the driver waiting. I will, uh -- I'll call her later. Okay. Okay.
Juliet: After you.
Victoria: Yeah, we're switching to a vendor in Provence. Their lavender oil is of a higher grade, so I think that more than justifies the cost increase. Yeah, well, next, we need to talk about sourcing for tea tree oil and Shea butter. Mm, oh, we'll get -- yeah, thank you. Okay. Okay, so that's one thing off the list. And 10,000 more things to go.
Billy: Well, you could have let Juliet handle Japan and Cane could have been here to help you with the rest of this stuff.
Victoria: Would you stop trashing Cane, okay? He's accomplished everything that I've asked him to and more. Juliet's not on staff, and she doesn't have the experience that Cane has.
Billy: I don't like seeing you this frenzied, Victoria.
Victoria: It's temporary, Billy!
Billy: That's your story and you're sticking to it.
Victoria: I have everything set up the way that I want it. Cane is in the far east, and you are here where I need you the most.
Billy: Well, in that case, I do have a meeting outside the building, but if you need some help here, I can stick around.
Victoria: No, I'm good.
Billy: Okay, while I'm gone, why don't you take a minute and clear your head?
Victoria: That's not necessary.
Billy: What I meant is --
Victoria: Don't you have a meeting that you need to get to?
Billy: Mind like a steel trap.
Victoria: [Sighs] I'm gonna go over to the wedding fair for myself after I finish up a few things here.
Billy: All right. I won't keep you.
Victoria: Okay, thanks.
[Cell phone rings]
Victoria: Hello. Victoria Newman. Oh, hi, Mrs. Leonard. What can I -- uh, what permission slip? Oh, I thought I sent that to you already, no? Okay, well, then it must be on my computer at home. I'm sorry, but it's gonna have to wait. I'm just -- the deadline is when? Oh. [Sighs] No, of course I want Johnny to go on the field trip. It's just that I'm a little swamped right now. I tell you what, I promise you I'm gonna do the best that I can, all right? Yeah. Yeah. You, too. Okay. Bye. Okay.
Lily: Thank you.
Jordan: Loved the energy down there. Everyone was all revved up, trying out the products, taking pictures...
Lily: Yeah, it was fun. They, uh -- they get me going.
Jordan: Big change from running this place.
Lily: Thank you. Oh, what? You mean pleading with chefs and, uh, booking charity luncheons in front of my wall of adoring fans.
Jordan: Must be so hard to concentrate.
Lily: It was hard, you know? But I kept my hand in there. I was signing autographs. Vendor contracts, payroll checks. But plumbing emergencies -- those were the best.
Jordan: Wielding a plunger in six-inch heels...
Lily: [Laughs] Right? Hair and makeup just flawless at 2:00 A.M. Oh, it was -- it was a sight to behold.
Lily: No, but I mean... sometimes I wonder, you know, who that person actually was. Not that I didn't appreciate the challenge. I just -- you know, modeling again, being back in the spotlight, I didn't realize how much I missed it.
Jordan: Living the dream. Doing what you love, what you were born to do.
[Knocks on door]
Victoria: Knock, knock!
Lily: Hey! Come on in! We're just taking a breather. It's a mad house down there.
Victoria: Oh, good. That's what I like to hear.
Jordan: You should have seen how the couples responded to Lily. I mean, she's a magnet. Out of everyone, she was the star of the whole thing.
Lily: Yeah, and Jordan took amazing photos for the website.
Victoria: Oh, that's great news.
Jordan: I think you'll be pleased.
Victoria: I'm sure I will. I'm gonna run down and check on the staff and make sure that everyone's in good shape.
Jordan: No one's turning down any samples.
Victoria: Good, I'm glad to hear that. Are you expecting a call?
Lily: Huh? Oh, um... I just haven't heard from Cane yet. I know he's busy, and the time difference doesn't help anything.
Victoria: Yeah, well, he's been through with his meetings for a while.
Lily: He has?
Victoria: Yeah, I'm sure he'll check in soon. Or you could try him, I'm sure.
Jordan: Uh-oh. I left my camera bag down in the ballroom. I'll be right back.
Victoria: Oh, I'll -- I'll join you. Lily, congratulations on another successful event.
Lily: Thank you.
Jordan: All right, see you.
Lily: You are psyched.
Cane: Yeah, well, I feel like for the first time in months, I'm using all my skills.
Lily: Well, yeah, I know how much you love international work, and living on another continent, you're uniquely qualified.
Cane: Thank you for getting that.
Lily: Yeah, and obviously Victoria does, too.
Cane: Yeah. You know, I have to admit, I was kind of blown away. I walked in this morning and the boss lady just dropped this great assignment in my lap.
Lily: Well, it's a vote of confidence, and I am thrilled for you.
Cane: Thank you, baby.
Lily: Hi. Uh, are you -- can I help you with something?
Don: I was hoping to get a selfie with you.
Lily: Oh, uh, well, this is kind of a private area. The public space is in the ballroom. Actually, if you go to the left...
Don: I know where it is. Didn't like the crowd. I couldn't get close to you.
Lily: Uh, it looks like you spent some time at the -- at the fair. Are you enjoying yourself?
Don: My fiancée talked me into coming.
Lily: Oh, well, which, um... which booths did you like? I know there was a, um...a limo and a bakery, a florist.
Don: This isn't really my scene. But then I recognized you.
Lily: Have we met?
Don: You used to model for Jabot, right?
Lily: Yes, years ago. I'm with brash & sassy! Now.
Don: I noticed.
Lily: You said that you have a fiancée. Um, what's her name? Is she here, 'cause I can say hello.
Don: We got separated downstairs.
Lily: Oh, okay. Well, you could try texting her.
Don: Heather's all about cakes and gowns. I'm enjoying myself here. Probably go ballistic if she caught me with a babe like you.
Lily: Heather -- that's a pretty name. Uh, you know what, how about I sign your flyer for you and that way you can find her before she sends a search party for you.
Don: I'd rather have a selfie, if that's all right. My buddies will never believe I met you.
Lily: Um, yeah. Sure. Okay, well, if that's it, then...
Don: Uh, the angle's bad. You weren't smiling. Let's do one more. I want it to be perfect.
Jordan: Hey. Honey. Uh, who's your friend?
Don: You're that photographer.
Jordan: I'm a lot more than that to Lily, but, yeah, I take pictures.
Don: Wait, you mean you two...
Jordan: You got a problem? Actually, what brings you up here? All the public events are downstairs. This right here is a restricted area.
Don: Thanks for the photo. Sorry to intrude.
Lily: [Sighs] Thank God you came when you did.
Jordan: Yeah, of course.
Juliet: Mm. [Giggles]
Juliet: Thank you.
Cane: You ready?
Juliet: Let's switch to sake. Less potent. [Laughs]
Cane: That is a very good idea 'cause the night is still young. Um, two sakes, please!
Juliet: Nihonshu! Daiginjo.
Cane: [Sighs] What, is that a good brand?
Juliet: In Japan, all alcoholic beverages are referred to as "sake," so you have to specify what you want. I just informed the bartender that we would like to enjoy a premium local beverage.
Cane: Ooh, I like that. The good stuff. Absolutely. That's a good idea 'cause the boss is paying for this. Okay. [Sighs] So, um... I wanted to thank you. You were an excellent tour guide.
Juliet: Oh, it was my pleasure.
Cane: And the city is so much more vivid than it seems to be in the movies.
Juliet: Tokyo is a special place. I was delighted to show it to you.
Cane: So, okay. Here's what I'm thinking. All right. We should relax a little bit. We'll have a little bit more to drink, then we'll go get some dinner, and you get to pick, all right, 'cause I'm game for anything.
Juliet: Well, actually, this hotel has one of the best edomae sushi bars in the city.
Cane: Well, that's even better. You know, um... if it wasn't for you, this trip would have been a disaster 'cause I had that protocol mess-up with Sato's son, and you know, you rescued me and the deal. And I want to let you know I will never, ever, ever forget that. Thank you.
Juliet: I was just doing my job.
Cane: No, no, no, no, you weren't just doing your job. Don't be modest like that. You know what you are?
Cane: You are a lifesaver. That's what you are.
Juliet: Perhaps. And you can be one for me now, too.
Devon: I didn't expect to see you here.
Mariah: Well, we're doing a segment on the wedding event.
Devon: That's right, I saw it on the schedule.
Mariah: I'm a little afraid to go down there. Can you imagine?
Devon: You at a wedding expo? No, not really.
Mariah: Right! I have nightmares of this stuff, being swallowed by bridesmaid dresses and floral arrangements.
Devon: But you are here, so what are you doing? Trying to face your fears?
Mariah: No, no, I'm just checking out the footage that we already have, seeing if it spurs any ideas for stories.
Devon: Oh, that sounds good.
Mariah: So... Hilary said it's official. You two are splitting.
Devon: Yeah. We are. How was -- how was she this morning?
Mariah: In rare form.
Devon: Good or bad?
Devon: I'm sorry to hear that.
Mariah: So much for us being more cordial.
Devon: I'll talk to her for you.
Mariah: No, no, I can handle it, I promise. Actually, I shouldn't have even mentioned anything.
Mariah: 'Cause I don't want to be one of those people that goes running to the boss every time there's an issue.
Devon: You're not one of those people, but I do respect that, and if you ever do need backup...
Mariah: Thank you. I will keep that in mind. Well, it sounds like you two hashed everything out, so you can both move on.
Devon: I thought so, too, until I got a message from Michael, and we may have hit a snag.
Hilary: Guess I should have expected to see you today.
Michael: Mm. The proverbial bad penny.
Hilary: I assume you're here to deliver my copy of the signed divorce papers?
Hilary: Must be disappointing, huh? All of those juicy, billable hours coming to an end.
Michael: I have more cases than I can handle. It'll be nice to put this one to bed.
Hilary: If you say so.
Michael: For Devon's sake and yours, I'm glad you arrived at a decision you both can live with.
Hilary: Sometimes, the dream just dies. At least now it's over.
Michael: Um, not quite. There's still the matter of the settlement.
Hilary: Can we please just put that on hold?
Michael: The judge won't sign off on a final decree until all the financial arrangements are worked out.
Hilary: I see.
Michael: You tore up a huge check to prove to Devon that you didn't want his money, but... today's when the rubber meets the road.
Hilary: You're a smart man, Michael. And I'm not gonna insult you by pretending it was not a ploy.
Michael: Oh, well, that'll save time.
Hilary: Frankly, I -- I'm relieved that I don't have to keep up that act anymore.
Michael: I assumed you were stalling, hoping Devon would change his mind.
Hilary: It seemed to be working. We did this little dance, but.. the music stopped.
Michael: Well, now that it has, how much do you want?
Hilary: [Scoffs] Clever. Name my price and then when your client agrees, I'll always wonder if I could have gotten more.
Michael: Or he could hear your terms and just shut that door and not give you a cent.
Hilary: Uh, yeah, no. I know Devon. Not possible.
Michael: Well, I've handled hundreds of these negotiations. You can never be too sure what's gonna happen when a marriage dissolves. People who should know each other better than anyone else in the world seem clueless about what their spouse really wants.
Hilary: Are you calling me clueless, Michael?
Michael: Definitely not. I'm just saying that the process is not as cut and dried as you might think. Something always comes up.
Hilary: Well, I will keep that in mind.
Michael: My goal is to protect Devon's assets, but I'm a realist.
Michael: Meaning once this divorce is final, you need to be able to stand on your own two feet. If you can't, you'll come after his money some other way.
Hilary: [Scoffs] Wow. How sweet of you to say, Michael.
Michael: Only you know what it will take to be self-sufficient.
Hilary: Like you said, something always comes up, right? Get Devon down here. We can wrap this up before lunch.
Mariah: Makes sense to have the money part worked out before you go to court.
Devon: Well, yeah, Michael says if we don't, then it can turn into a full-blown trial.
Mariah: That sounds involved.
Devon: Yeah, and those can get ugly, whereas a hearing is mostly formality.
Mariah: Everything you wanted to know about divorce but were afraid to ask.
Devon: Mm-hmm. Hilary wants this over as much as I do, so..
Mariah: See, that's exactly why I will never get married because the wedding industrial complex wants you to believe that it's all about love and passion and devotion... when it all boils down to it, it's just about dollars and cents.
Devon: Well, sheesh, what a stirring ode to romance.
Mariah: I should write a book.
Mariah: Inspirational. Maybe not.
Devon: Well, look, my heart's broken, and I'm not giving up. And I hope you get over being a cynic and give it a chance one day.
Devon: No, just love. Being in love. It's the best thing in the world.
[Cell phone chimes]
Devon: Michael's with Hilary at the office, and they want me down there.
Mariah: Well, I guess you're about to find out what the price of love really is.
Cane: Mmm! Now, this sake is incredible. I cannot believe how smooth it is.
Juliet: Mm, yeah, the kind they sell in America, not my favorite.
Cane: It goes down so easy.
Juliet: You're supposed to savor it.
Cane: I was savoring it. I was. So. Before. Tell me. What is it? You wanted to ask for help. Do it.
Juliet: No, let's discuss that another time.
Cane: No, no, no, I don't want to discuss it later. Tell me now. How can I make your life even better? Go.
Juliet: You've already done so much for me, talking up my contributions to Victoria...
Cane: Okay, all right. So then, tell me, how can I make it better, all right? I want to know. Tell me. I'm listening.
Juliet: Here's the thing. Uh, I have been an independent freelancer for a while now...
Cane: Okay, and you want to come on board full-time.
Juliet: Well, I keep hearing how valued I am. It'd be great if the company followed through.
Cane: There is nothing wrong with being ambitious. Trust me on that.
Juliet: Division manager for Asia -- think I could handle it?
Cane: In your sleep. [Laughs]
Juliet: Okay, I'll take it.
Cane: Okay. All right. Uh, but I will have to check with Victoria 'cause she's the big boss now, okay? So she makes all the decisions. But I do think that she will trust my recommendation on this one.
Juliet: You would do that for me?
Cane: Mm! Absolutely.
Juliet: So, in terms of strategy, what would be the best way for me to approach --
Cane: Whoa. Whoa. They got karaoke here. Come on, come on, come on. Let's go. Let's have some fun. Hang on a sec. [Laughs] Hang on a sec. Let me sit down for a second. All right. Oh, yeah. We're cool.
Cane: All right. Mm-hmm.
Juliet: You want more? Okay.
Cane: [Exhales sharply] [Sighs]
Billy: Caught in the act.
Victoria: What are you doing here? It's not your afternoon with the kids.
Billy: I know. I, uh... I overheard your conversation with Johnny's teacher, the whole bit about the permission slip, so I stopped by on my way to the meeting and I sent it for you. I was just about to call you and tell you that you didn't need to rush back.
Victoria: Thank you so much. You have no idea how much this means to me. [Sighs]
Cane: Sorry. Oh, I got it, I got it. [Laughing] I got it, man. I got it. Arigato. Arigato.
Juliet: You all right?
Cane: [Snorts] I'm good. I'm getting just a little lightheaded. It must be the, um...jet lag.
Juliet: That is one possibility.
Cane: Whoa! Whoa! I'm not drunk. I'm Australian, and I'm not even close to being drunk. You trust me on that. Go.
Juliet: Hey, it's almost 10:00, let's have dinner.
Cane: No, no, no, no, no. You heard what the big boss lady said. She said we're here and we're gonna party.
Juliet: Aren't you hungry?
Cane: No, I'm not hungry. My stomach's kind of, like, turned around a little bit.
Juliet: We worked through lunch. I could use a bite. We can come back later after we eat.
Cane: One more round first, and then we'll have some tushy. [Snorts] No. [Laughs] Tushi. [Laughs] Sushi! All right! Okay.
Cane: No, come on! Come on! There's got to be some tasty brands we haven't had. Let's go! I want more sake! All right, come on. Come on. You're gonna help me pick out another brand. Come on. Whoa.
Jordan: Here you go. Drink this.
Jordan: Better? You want me to call security on that guy?
Lily: No, I -- I would have if I had felt threatened.
Jordan: You seemed pretty shaken up to me when I walked in.
Lily: I mean, he was a fan.
Jordan: With bad boundaries, though.
Lily: It happens more and more now. I mean, people can just summon their performers whenever they want. I mean, there you are, on their phone, doing your thing in the palm of their hand.
Jordan: Lines get blurred. Downside to fame.
Lily: At least in this century. He probably had no idea how uncomfortable he was making me.
Jordan: Did you get the guy's name?
Jordan: Look, it doesn't matter. I'm here now. Nobody else is gonna get to you.
Lily: Thank you. I just really wish I could hear that from Cane. He just -- he has this way of reassuring me.
Jordan: You got that cheap phone, huh? Only incoming calls, no outgoing calls.
Lily: [Sighs] Okay, fine. Fine. It's just more special when it comes from your husband.
Jordan: Yeah. I know.
[Cell phone vibrates]
Victoria: Guess it doesn't really take much to make me happy these days.
Billy: I'm glad to know I still can.
Victoria: [Sighs] You know, I just feel like I'm on a treadmill, and I'm struggling to keep up, but I can't. Something's always suffering, and... well, you saw me under pressure and you stepped up. It just kind of got to me. Thank you.
Billy: You got to give yourself a break. Not only are you managing a house with three kids. You went and bought a corporation that you're trying to build to a worldwide scale. I mean, that's stressful.
Victoria: Yeah, you -- you left a few things off the list.
Billy: That was on purpose. Things are gonna level out, okay?
Victoria: [Sighs] Maybe. I mean, right now, I can't even keep track of a stupid permission slip so my son can see how they make jelly beans.
Billy: Well, maybe you should hire some more help.
Victoria: No, that's not a solution. I'm the parent, I need to be the responsible one, Billy.
Billy: Well, it's a joint responsibility thing because I am Johnny and Katie's parent, too, and if you feel like you can't come to me, that's a problem. Because if you get snowed under, you can come to me.
Victoria: You can't be here 24/7.
Billy: No, but I can pick up Katie at ballet class, and I can chauffeur Reed to his music class.
Victoria: Oh, yeah, you mean the ones that I haven't arranged for yet?
Billy: Okay, well, I can handle that.
Billy: I can do that. I can go down to the store at the mall, the one that he likes, the music store, and I'm sure they can recommend somebody.
Victoria: I'm just not used to it, okay? I'm just not.
Billy: What? Having limits? Reaching out? Did you read an article in a magazine on a plane one time that said you were invincible and you believed them? Look... why don't you make me your senior vice president of making sure that nothing falls through the cracks, okay? Or better yet -- I can be a stay-at-home dad. I can stay home with Johnny and Katie a few extra days, I can help out with Reed, if you would unclench a little bit.
Victoria: Billy --
Billy: Come on. It's a serious offer. Look, brash & sassy! Means everything to you. More to you than it does to me. Think about what you could accomplish if you could just... breathe a little bit.
Victoria: How is it that you manage to still surprise me after all these years?
Billy: So, do we have a plan?
Victoria: Uh, well, you know, it's an interesting offer...
Billy: But you're gonna turn me down.
Victoria: I need you at work. It's too busy. Besides that, you're gonna get bored. [Sighs] I can't believe I'm sitting here relaxing when I should be going over first question projections.
Billy: I would hardly say this is relaxing.
Victoria: Did you ever make it to that meeting you were going to?
Billy: I was on my way when I came here.
Victoria: Oh, well... you better hurry up. I'll see you back at the office, okay?
Billy: Aye aye, Captain.
Hilary: I wish we didn't have to do this today. Our night together last night, it was the goodbye that we both needed. And to talk dollars and cents, it seems...
Michael: Unfortunately, it's --
Hilary: It's necessary. I get it.
Devon: Michael said in his message that you have a proposal.
Hilary: I do.
Devon: Okay. Let's hear it.
Hilary: I'm gonna make this as painless as possible. There's only one thing I want from you, Devon. This show. Full ownership. Take it or leave it.
Cane: [Groans] Oh, oh, oh! Now, that is the best one yet.
Juliet: Glad you enjoyed it.
Cane: Come on! Let's go do some karaoke. Come on.
Juliet: If you insist...
Cane: Whoa! [Laughs]
Juliet: Whoa! Hey... easy, tiger. Hey.
Cane: I'm all right.
Juliet: We're in no rush. Let's head downstairs, get something in our stomachs... it's okay. It happens to the best of us.
Cane: This is just the time difference, trust me.
Juliet: I am sure that's what it is.
Cane: You know, I don't -- I don't feel like having any dinner, and everything's kind of spinning on me. I'm gonna go upstairs and just lay down, all right?
Juliet: Okay. Okay, here. Put your arm around me. I'll get you to the elevator.
Cane: All right.
Juliet: Got it?
Cane: I'm good.
Cane: [Laughs] I'm good! Whoa! I'm good!
Juliet: Wait, your phone, your phone.
Cane: Okay, okay. Oh, my God. You're making me feel like such an idiot.
Juliet: Nope. Don't even worry about it. Hey. Don't worry about it, yeah?
Cane: Okay. Okay, okay.
Juliet: You're good.
Cane: Come on, let's go. Let's go.
Jordan: No luck?
Lily: It's okay. It's not your fault. Um, if we're through downstairs, I'm actually -- I'm gonna take off.
Jordan: Oh, why don't you hang for a bit? Finish your tea. Dealing with that fan, that got kind of intense.
Lily: No, it's not that as much as I just -- I miss Cane, you know? I'm not used to going this long without talking to him.
Jordan: Hey, well, at least let me take you home. It doesn't take long for me to pack up my gear.
Lily: No, it's fine. You've done enough, and I have my car here, and I -- I don't know, I kind of just want to be alone, so...
Jordan: All right. Take care.
Lily: Okay, thanks. You, too.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
[Singing in Italian]
Cane: I'm wondering more about this.
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