Y&R Transcript Tuesday 3/14/17

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 3/14/17


Episode # 11128 ~ Ashley's night at the opera causes her to see Ravi in a new light; Lily fears for her safety; Lauren enlists Phyllis' help with Scott.

Provided By Suzanne

Nikki: How's the view?

Victor: Magnificent.

Nikki: [Chuckles]

Victor: You look gorgeous.

Nikki: Well, thank you. I was at the opera foundation all afternoon. I practically had to change my clothes in the elevator coming up here.

Victor: You know, one would not know that, considering how you look.

Nikki: I just want everything to go smoothly tonight. No hitches, no glitches...

Victor: Just think it will and it will.

Nikki: Yes, and, um... darling, I'm going to need a little bit more charity from you tonight.

Victor: Want me to write a check now?

Nikki: No, no, no, no. That's not the kind of generosity I was talking about. I was thinking more of spirit. Tolerance.

Victor: Oh.

Nikki: You know what I mean?

Victor: I think I'm getting it. Yeah. Does that mean I have to tolerate a lot of Abbotts?

Ashley: So, now they've cancelled all outbound flights. Well, I know it's not your fault, Jack, but, I mean, how lucky could one person get? You get to slip out of charity opera night... well, yeah, I have to endure the entire thing by myself now. I'll try to stay awake. Wish me luck with that. Oh, stop laughing. I'll see you when the weather clears. Oh, hit me, barkeep. Oh, I'm sorry. Didn't know you were busy.

Ravi: Pour the lady some wine. I can wait.

Ashley: Ravi. Hi.

Ravi: Hey.

Ashley: Um, I'm sorry I didn't see you. I was too busy getting stood up by my brother.

Ravi: I heard. I was just, uh, grabbing some dinner.

Ashley: Ah. What'd you order? It smells really good.

Ravi: Linguine with pesto. It's my default.

Ashley: I should order that, take it home, and eat it in my pajamas.

Ravi: Oh, my God, that'd be awful. I mean, you look amazing.

Ashley: Thank you. Well, I hate going to the opera by myself. It's bad enough when you've got company, right?

Ravi: Well, what if I went with you? If that's not overstepping.

Lauren: So, Nikki talked me into buying several tickets last fall. You sure you won't join us?

Scott: To the opera? Positive.

Michael: You might want to think it over.

Scott: What I want is for you and Michael to have a great time tonight. So I'll be fine right here.

Lauren: Okay. I hate leaving him alone.

Michael: He's a grown man. And helicopter parenting might not be the best strategy.

Lauren: Those kidnappers left him alone for God knows how long with nothing to do but fear for his life. If I leave him alone again...

Michael: You think he's gonna start remembering things, reliving things?

Lauren: I mean, I know he doesn't need a babysitter. Wait a minute. Wait a minute.

[Cell phone rings]

Phyllis: Hey, boss.

Lauren: Do you have plans tonight?

Phyllis: Uh, no. Why?

Lauren: Because I need somebody sneaky and underhanded.

Phyllis: Oh, and you thought of me. See why we're BFFs?

Lauren: You up for the challenge?

Neil: King me!

Mattie: Too little, too late, grandpa.

Neil: No, no, wait for it, little girl. I'm about to start my comeback.

Lily: Hey, guys.

Neil: Hey. Look who's back.

Lily: Yes. Hi, honey! Mwah! Where's Charlie?

Neil: He's in his room.

Mattie: Playing some dumb video game.

Neil: Yeah, he didn't want to play checkers, did he?

Mattie: Nope, he couldn't handle the competition.

Neil: That's right. High-five that!

Lily: Aww, well, thank you for watching them, dad.

Neil: Sure. Nannies have lives, too. So, how did things go?

Lily: It was great. The wedding fair was a blast. The brides love their Brash & Sassy! Samples bags.

Neil: Yeah, and some freebies from the men's line for the grooms.

Lily: Yep, everyone was great. Well, except, uh -- except one guy was kind of creepy, but... not a big deal.

Mattie: Is daddy coming home tonight?

Lily: No, honey. Not tonight. Maybe tomorrow, though. But very soon, okay?

Neil: So you don't know Cane's schedule?

Lily: No, um... we just talked yesterday briefly. And he also had that crucial meeting and, you know, there's a big time difference.

Neil: Mm. What do you know? I think it's morning time in Tokyo.

Lily: [Laughs]

[Cell phone ringing]

Cane: [Groans]

[Ringing continues]

Cane: Hello? Hello? [Sighs] [Groans]

Ashley: Ravi, I really appreciate the offer, but this is not going to be a fun night. I'm not even gonna make Abby go with me.

Ravi: I think Abby and I have very different concepts of fun.

Ashley: Okay. So, does yours consist of "la bohème" in its entirety, sung in Italian?

Ravi: Let's say that it does. Obviously you feel some obligation to go.

Ashley: I do.

Ravi: And it probably wouldn't be a good look for Jabot to have empty seats...

Ashley: It would not. And, of course, we all know how consumed I am by what other people think of me... or was that just you?

Ravi: Look, I'm not trying to start that whole unfortunate conversation.

Ashley: It's okay. I'm just giving you a hard time. Don't apologize. I mean, you were just sharing your feelings with me, and that's what friends do, right?

Ravi: That's what the offer was -- friendship. I just wasn't sure if it would blur any lines.

Ashley: How do you feel about putting on a suit?

Ravi: I think I can handle that.

Ashley: Okay, you go home, you eat your dinner, and you change your clothes. I will leave you your ticket at will call.

Ravi: Thank you. This is gonna be great.

Ashley: [Scoffs] Yeah. Remind yourself of that when it's the third act and you can't keep your eyes open.

Ravi: Oh, my God, how could anyone get bored with intense passions and beautiful music?

Ashley: [Laughs] I never thought of it quite like that.

Ravi: You will now. Even if I did hear that Puccini guy stole the entire plot from "rent." Now I'm kidding.

Ashley: I knew that.

Ravi: Did you? Okay.

Ashley: I knew that. See you soon.

Ravi: Bye.

Victor: Will you keep on reminding me this is for a good cause?

Nikki: I will, darling. Because it is.

Victor: I know it is.

Nikki: We have so much. It feels good to be able to give back.

Victor: That reminds me of someone.

Nikki: Who?

Victor: Katherine. She loved charity work, and so do you.

Nikki: Well, thank you, darling. That's the best compliment you could ever give me.

Victor: In fact, that makes me think that you could take over the role as the doyenne of Genoa city.

Nikki: Oh, now, come on, Victor. Nobody could take Katherine's title, and by the way, I'm not old enough to be a doyenne of anything.

Victor: Well, a doyenne just has to have a lot of money, that's all, you know. But she would be very proud of you.

Nikki: Well, thank you. That means a lot to me. And look who's talking. You've racked up enough karma points yourself lately -- welcoming faith into our home and leading the charge to save Scott Grainger's life.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

Nikki: Katherine would have done all of that, too.

Victor: I'm just glad I could help, you know? And that Scott has come home safely.

Lauren: You, uh... tell me what you thought about operation secret weapon Phyllis.

Michael: As always, I appreciate your concern and your cunning, but I do have my doubts.

Lauren: Yeah, so do I.

[Doorbell rings]

Lauren: Oh! Well, no going back now.

Michael: [Sighs]

Lauren: Hi!

Scott: You're still here?

Lauren: Yeah, we're on our way out.

Scott: Hey!

Phyllis: Hi!

Michael: Scott, you remember our friend Phyllis.

Scott: Yeah.

Lauren: Uh, friend and indispensable queen of online marketing for Fenmore's nationwide.

Scott: I hope my mom put that on your new business cards, Phyllis, and, uh, hi again.

Phyllis: Hi, she's an incredible boss, and I'm just a keeper of the app, which needs my constant attention all the time.

Michael: Okay, let's get out of here before the salary re-negotiations starts. Come on.

Lauren: Yes, we're gonna leave you to access the metadata and configuration options, okay?

Scott: Uh, can't she do that from her own computer?

Lauren: You know, it's a security issue. There's been so many hacks in our industry.

Phyllis: Well, the viruses...

Michael: Attempted corporate espionage. Call it what it is. Let's go.

Lauren: Right, okay, I'm sorry this is how you have to spend your evening! Bye, darling!

Michael: Bye, darling!

Phyllis: Bye!

Scott: Bye.

Phyllis: Well, this might take a while, so feel free to go about your business.

Scott: Oh, I will, because no matter what my mom thinks, I am too old for a babysitter.

Neil: Oh, man! You beat me again! Again! Good job.

Lily: You think I should really bother trying Cane again?

Neil: Just give it some time. Maybe there's some issues with his cell phone service.

Lily: Yeah, I guess he could be having the same issue calling out.

Neil: Yeah, well, he'll call you soon, baby. Whoa, whoa! I'm about to be late!

Lily: What, grandpa have a hot date?

Neil: Just plans.

Lily: Plans? With whom?

Neil: Yeah, nobody, just -- [Clears throat] A lady named, uh, Lois.

Lily: I'm sorry, I didn't catch that.

Neil: A lady named Lois Thompson.

Lily: The reporter?

Neil: Yeah, yeah, that's the one.

Lily: Dad, I -- look, I can't believe I'm saying this, but she's like a d-list Hilary.

Neil: Oh, wow, and your point is?

Lily: Are you still upset about how she turned that piece about the Abbott-winters foundation?

Neil: You mean that trashy exposé about Phyllis cheating on Jack with his brother? You know something? I'm over it. Plus, that was the news director's doing.

Lily: Right. Okay. Well, Lois Thompson is not good enough for you. That's all I'm saying.

Neil: She is attractive, she's smart, and she is willing to pretend like she's interested in the opera. My dream date.

Lily: Well, I hope you have an enchanting evening, and off the record.

Neil: I love you and I thank you. Little girl, you beat me again. I'll see you later.

Lily: Bye.

Neil: Uh-huh.

Lily: Hey, it's bedtime, so finish cleaning up, okay?

[Cell phone chimes]

Lily: Hey! There's a face I've been waiting to see all day.

Cane: Hey, baby. I, um...I was asleep when you called me earlier.

Lily: Well, I hope you were getting good rest after closing the deal.

Cane: I celebrated a little bit too much last night.

Lily: Yeah, I can tell. How hungover are you?

Cane: Kind of don't want to hear the word "sake" again. [Chuckles]

Lily: Well, how about the words "good night!" From a little lady who misses you very much?

Cane: Aww, Mattie!

Mattie: Love you, daddy!

Cane: I love you, too, baby girl. You know, Daddy's gonna be home tomorrow, okay? So you get some sleep, all right? Lily. I love you, baby.

Lily: Love you, too. Can't wait to see you. Bye! [Chuckles]

Cane: [Grunts]

Juliet: This hotel has one of the best edomae sushi bars in the city.

Lauren: Hello!

Nikki: Oh, you look magnificent.

Michael: As do you!

Lauren: Beautiful.

Nikki: Thank you. I'm so glad you could make it.

Lauren: Thanks to your husband for saving Scott's life and, uh, giving me back mine.

Victor: How is Scott?

Michael: He's great. He's still acclimating, though.

Lauren: Yeah, I -- I had some trouble leaving him home alone, but actually, I didn't. Phyllis is keeping him company.

Victor: Oh, boy. Well, good for him.

Nikki: [Gasps] Excuse me. High-maintenance donors I have to greet.

Lauren: Oh, yeah. Go, go.

Victor: All right, sweetheart.

Lauren: Victor, I have to say it again. Thank you so much. I -- I don't know how I could ever repay you.

Victor: One day, you can. I'm sure the opportunity will present itself.

Lauren: Whatever I can do for you. Anything. Thank you.

Victor: You're welcome. Enjoy.

Michael: Thank you, Victor.

Victor: You're welcome.

Michael: That was quite the offer you made him.

Lauren: [Laughs] Well, I don't think he's gonna ask me to whack anybody.

Michael: You never know. It is Victor.

Lauren: Honey...

Ashley: Thank you so much. Oh, good evening.

Victor: Well, good evening to you.

Ashley: Hi.

Victor: You look beautiful.

Ashley: Thank you.

Victor: Even more so without your snowbound brother.

Ashley: [Laughs] You must have been devastated. Luckily, a co-worker is using his ticket.

Victor: Heartbreaking.

Ashley: Mm.

Neil: Hey. Victor, Ashley.

Ashley: Hi.

Neil: This is my friend, Lois Thompson. This is Ashley Abbott. This is Victor Newman.

Lois: Neil, I am a Genoa city girl, they hardly need introductions.

Ashley: And we have met.

Lois: Mm-hmm.

Ashley: Of course, I've seen you on the, uh, "news."

Neil: Yeah, of course you have. You know, why don't we, uh, find our seats?

Ashley: You know, I have to say, the last time I saw you, I think you were reporting on my brother's marriage, correct?

Lois: Uh, I apologize if that came off a skosh tawdry.

Ashley: You think?

Lois: You know what, the story was butchered in editing, so you can blame my bosses.

Ashley: Okay.

Victor: Mm, maybe you should place the blame with Phyllis and Billy Abbott.

Lois: You are wicked, Mr. Newman. [Laughs]

Neil: Mm.

Ashley: I mean, honestly, Neil... you're one of Genoa city's most eligible bachelors and you bring Lois?

Neil: Okay. All right. I've already heard it from Lily. Cut me some slack. I'm just trying to get press for the foundation, you know? More press, different press.

Ashley: Right, right, right. How's that working for you?

Neil: It's working very well. The new year's eve auction raised a ton of cash, but you know there always could be more money.

Ashley: So, maybe it sounds like you're open to some challenges this year, professionally?

Victor: There you go.

Lois: Oh, yes. Thank you.

Victor: Here, sweetheart.

Nikki: Thank you, darling. Ooh! This is nice.

Victor: After you.

Ashley: I'm sorry, sir. This seat's taken.

Ravi: You don't have to call me sir.

Ashley: Ravi!

Ravi: Uh, sorry to cut it close. Couldn't find my contacts.

Lois: Who's the hunk with Ashley?

Neil: I don't know. Beats me.

Lois: Mm. Oh!


Ashley: Let's make a pact. Whoever doesn't fall asleep first wakes the other before intermission, okay?

Ravi: Oh, I don't plan on missing a second of this.

Phyllis: I'm happy to walk you through every dull detail of my work, but I don't think you'd be interested.

Scott: Look, I'm not saying you don't have work to do. I just highly doubt it has to be done here.

Phyllis: You know what? You have every right to say that. You are a seasoned journalist. I would expect you to be, I don't know, cynical and suspicious.

Scott: And if you ask my mom, it apparently has made me 7 years old again.

Phyllis: Moms worry. That's what we do. How are you doing?

Scott: I'm alive.

Phyllis: Not quite what I asked.

Scott: I know. I know. I feel I need to express that as often as I can. Look, I'm grateful to be here, but I just can't stop thinking about Ahmed, my driver. I mean, he was my best friend over there. And they still have him because I would have heard something.

Phyllis: I'm sorry. That's awful.

Scott: Yeah, and everything in me just wants to go back there and find him, but I guess we need to sit back and see what Victor Newman can accomplish.

Phyllis: I have one more question for you.

Scott: If it's about what happened, I -- I'm just not really ready to talk about it.

Phyllis: I get it. I was just gonna ask you what kind of pizza you missed the most.

Scott: That would be zelati's, the thin crust, with olive, peppers, and anchovies.

Phyllis: Nice choice. We anchovy fans have to stick together.

Scott: All right! Really?

Phyllis: Yeah!

Cane: Hey. Good morning.

Juliet: I ordered you some coffee. It's still hot.

Cane: Oh, at least there's no alcohol in it. Thank you.

Juliet: If you'll still hungover when you get to the airport, just eat something with a little wasabi.

Cane: So I'm not the only person to fall victim to the insanely strong drinks in Tokyo?

Juliet: It is a hazard. I got a little drunk myself last night. We had fun, right?

Cane: Yeah. Yeah, we did. But, um, after the 10th sake bomb, my memory's a little fuzzy.

Juliet: Really?

Cane: Yeah, really.

Juliet: Just hope you haven't forgotten about that promise you made me.

[Doorbell rings]

Lily: Jordan... what the hell is he doing here?

Jordan: Are the kids asleep?

Lily: Yeah, they should be.

Jordan: Good. I caught this jerk creeping around your windows.

Lily: What?!

Don: You're hurting me. I didn't mean any harm.

Lily: Then why did you follow me to my house?

Jordan: To take pictures with this.

Lily: [Scoffs] You sick son of a bitch.

Don: I'm sorry. Please. Just give me my phone and I'll go.

Lily: No, I'm calling the cops!

Don: Don't do that. I won't keep the photos.

Jordan: You're damn right.

Cane: I'm Australian, so we generally hold our liquor a little bit better than that, you know, but... that sake --

Juliet: You really don't remember what you said you'd do? Tell Victoria you think I'd make a great division manager.

Cane: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. I remember that. Yeah, I do, uh... you know, we definitely need someone, you've certainly proven yourself, you know?

Juliet: That's a relief. I -- I thought maybe you changed your mind.

Cane: Mnh-mnh. No.

Juliet: You know, I predict some very heavy sales for Brash & Sassy in Asia, and you will probably need someone to prevent other employees from manhandling Sato-san on their first trip to Tokyo.

Cane: Yeah, yeah. I mean, that's right. That bro-hug. I'll never live it down. I know that.

Juliet: You know, I -- I wish I could say, "what happens in Tokyo, stays in Tokyo," but people here love the personal electronic devices even more than Americans.

Cane: That's okay. You know, if there's any backlash, I'll take responsibility for it 'cause it's my fault. You know, you definitely told me, so...

Juliet: No harm done, right? But thank you. I know I can count on you.

Cane: Yeah, I'll talk to Victoria for you, but, you know, um, she's the boss, so, you know, any decision is ultimately made by her.

Juliet: Got it.

Cane: Okay. So, there was nothing else, you know, that I should remember from last night? Nothing at all, right?

Juliet: [Chuckles] Well, I did save you from some pretty embarrassing karaoke, and it was not easy, but you were in no condition.

Cane: Okay, but, um... I'm actually, uh... I'm actually wondering more about this.

[Singing in Italian]


Michael: Bravo!

Phyllis: Bet you didn't have anything like zelati's overseas.

Scott: Mm, that really was an awesome suggestion. I really hope you're gonna have some, too.

Phyllis: Well, I will once I get your laptop up and running full speed again.

Scott: I should just take it in for servicing. You know, I didn't expect you to drop everything... I honestly -- I don't expect you to be able to fix that. It's --

Phyllis: Oh, wait. Hang on. Oh!

Scott: What is it?

Phyllis: Well, you just got a few screwy settings in your registry.

Scott: Can you fix those?

Phyllis: Well, I hope so. This thing comes with a registry editor. Boom.

Scott: Wow. Thank you. I feel like I should probably have been able to look that up, and, definitely, I should have paid for the pizza.

Phyllis: Well, consider it a treat from a fan of yours. You know, I read a lot of your stuff. Your mom wasn't too shy about sharing.

Scott: Really?

Phyllis: Yeah. Why do you sound so surprised?

Scott: Well, 'cause she's not really a fan of my career.

Phyllis: Oh, yes, she is. She's a fan of your writing. She's just not a fan of the danger you put yourself in.

Scott: That's what everybody is not able to understand. It's -- I don't know. Imagine not just everything you own, but your entire street, and most of your family wiped out in seconds. I can't even imagine what my friend Ahmed is enduring, what kind of torture... I mean, if he's even alive, you know? Here I am, just uselessly sitting here, eating pizza.

Phyllis: I understand. I hear what you're saying.

Scott: So, what do I do? I mean, my mom says you're the woman she goes to for solutions, so...

Phyllis: First of all, you got to eat.

Scott: [Sighs] I'm listening.

Phyllis: Good. You're not helpless. You have power, and your power's in that keyboard. You tell people what you and Ahmed went through together. You force them to take notice. You get them to join you in a campaign for a rescue.

Scott: I'd be doing that right now if I hadn't gotten fired.

Phyllis: Not for any reason you could have helped.

Scott: [Sighs] The kidnapping made me a liability, so the news agency would have to pay too much for insurance, and it's not worth it to them, you know? I'm -- I'm not worth it.

Phyllis: Yes, you are, and to hell with them. You have got a good name, you've got a fan base, you got a reputation. Start a blog.

Scott: I just don't really know how to start that kind of platform, you know?

Phyllis: Guess who does?

Victor: ...Yes.

Lauren: [Laughs]

Victor: How's it going?

Nikki: Beautifully. Just had to check on a few things. Now I can finally ask people what they thought of the performance.

Victor: Oh, yes.

Lauren: Yes, darling. Did you like it?

Michael: Immensely.

Lauren: Mm.

Michael: I -- I found it absolutely refreshing.

Victor: Yes.

Neil: Nice save, counselor...

Lois: I thought it was fabulous, and so is this after-party, Mrs. Newman.

Nikki: Oh, thank you.

Annette: Yes, Nikki, thank you for putting this whole evening together. But if I can speak frankly, tonight's performance was fair at best.

Howard: It can't help paling next to last season's staging in Milan.

Nikki: Oh, but, really, what wouldn't? [Laughs]

Annette: The baritone was so off, he ruined the entire opera.

Ravi: I completely disagree. Uh, granted, I'm not qualified to judge the vocal technicalities, but overall, the emotional resonance blew me away.

Victor: Mm.

Ashley: Did you see the little shavings of chocolate on this? It's really, really good. You should try it. [Whispers] Don't waste your breath on them, it's not worth it.

Ravi: Did you two happen to catch, uh, "The Magic Flute" recently at the Met?

Howard: Of course! We're box-holders.

Ravi: That must have been an unforgettable experience. I had to settle for the high-def satellite broadcast, but... still.

Annette: It was magnificent.

Ravi: Truly. I found the chemistry between Mimi and Rodolfo tonight -- well, it had the same kind of pull as...

Howard: As both couples from "the magic flute!"

Ravi: Exactly.

Lois: Score two points for the hunk.

Neil: Excuse me?

Lois: Oh, I'm sorry, doll. The other hunk.

Neil: Ah.

Nikki: Ashley's friend is connecting with lord and lady fancypants.

Victor: Well, if I were you, I would put Ravi on your fundraising committee.

Ashley: Actually, Ravi is a brilliant computer engineer.

Victor: Really?

Lauren: That he is, for Jabot and for Fenmore's.

Annette: Ravi, we must hear more about this satellite opera craze.

Howard: Come, have some champagne with us.

Ravi: Okay. Be right back.

Nikki: Well, I don't think I've ever seen Howard and Annette Leeds warm up to somebody so quickly, or at all. I think your friend is a snob whisperer.

Ashley: [Laughs] Ravi's certainly full of surprises.

Nikki: Well, that's two of you.

Ashley: I'm sorry?

Nikki: No, I'm just saying that, um, this Ravi is a bit of a switch from your usual dates.

Ashley: What are you implying?

Ravi: Hey.

Ashley: Hi!

Ravi: This might take a while, I didn't want you to get thirsty.

Ashley: Oh. Thank you.

Juliet: I'm so glad you found it. My sister gave me that pair for my birthday.

Cane: No, it's cool. Okay, but, um, you know, I'm still not clear on how your earring ended up in my bed.

Juliet: I know. It could have stabbed you. Not that you would have felt it in the condition that I left you. [Chuckles]

Cane: Wait, so -- wait. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Hang on a second. So you were in my room with me last night?

Juliet: Cane. You were too drunk to operate a key card. Somebody had to put you to bed.

Cane: All right. Okay. Right, right. Yeah, no. I -- I remember that. I do. I think I remember that. Okay. All right. All right. All right, listen, I promise you that's not gonna happen again.

Juliet: It's fine! We had a great time, Mr. Sato said yes, and I may have landed myself a great new job. Plus, there's my earring. Result! [Chuckles]

[Cell phone vibrates]

Cane: All right, that's, um... that's my ride to the airport. Um... I'm gonna text Lily real quick, all right, and just let her know about my arrival details.

Lily: I don't care if he has a clean record. He's a filthy creep and I want to press charges.

Don: You don't need to do that.

Officer: Sir, I'm advising you to shut up. Please.

Jordan: Can you book him on anything?

Officer: Trespassing.

Lily: What? I have kids sleeping. What if he comes back here after you let him go?

Don: I -- I won't. I swear.

Officer: That's enough! I'm not gonna tell you again.

Jordan: He better not come anywhere near her or her family after this, you understand?

Lily: You better listen to me. Stay away from me and my family, or there will be trouble for you. Thank you, Officer. Now, please escort this creep off of my property.

Let's go.

Lily: Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Trespassing? Really? They probably won't even keep him overnight.

Jordan: They'll put a good scare into him and then that'll be the end of it, okay?

Lily: How can you even be sure?

Jordan: Look, I work with a lot of models. I know it's upsetting, but this is part of the occupational hazard. Look, we can look into a restraining order, you know, find out the details in the morning. Don't worry about it, okay?

Lily: Thank you. How did you manage to show up when you did?

Jordan: Well, I wanted to check in on you. I know that Cane's out of town, and I just had a weird feeling about that guy.

Lily: I'm so glad that the twins slept through this.

Jordan: Yeah.

Lily: Although, I don't know if I'm gonna be able to. [Sighs] Good thing we don't have a photo shoot tomorrow, huh?

Jordan: When have we ever had a bad photo shoot? Look, I don't want to make things any weirder, but how about I crash on the couch tonight? Just so you can feel safe.

Lily: Thank you.

Jordan: All right.

Nikki: I'm not trying to pick a fight, Ashley. I'm just pointing out that Ravi is a bit younger.

Ashley: Well, how soon they forget. What about Deacon Sharpe?

Nikki: Oh! [Laughs] That was years ago.

Ashley: Some things never change because you know what, people don't seem to have a problem at all if a man goes out with a younger woman.

Nikki: Are you saying, then, that this is an official date?

Ashley: [Sighs] Nikki. I mean, since when do you find my love life so fascinating?

Nikki: I don't. I just think that you and Ravi make a very cute couple.

Victor: Lauren, would you kindly give a message to your son?

Lauren: Oh, yes, I'd be happy to.

Victor: Tell him that I'm about to take a business trip to London and I have some contacts there who might give me some information as to the whereabouts and the well being of his driver.

Michael: Oh, that would be great. I mean, I'm sure Scott would be so grateful.

Victor: Sure.

Lauren: I'm just so glad he's not rushing off to any war zone.

Victor: Yeah.

Lauren: Doesn't change who he is. I see how restless he is here.

Victor: Well, I respect him for what he does, I really do.

Lauren: Yeah, I just wish that he would find a passion to pursue here, you know, where he's safe and he's home.

Victor: Mm, I might have something for him.

Juliet: Have a safe trip.

Cane: Yeah. See ya.

Juliet: Bye.

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

Billy: Grapevine tells me there's a power struggle at Jabot.

Gloria: I know that you and Ashley have a special connection, but let's not forget who the big boss is around here.

Colin: If my wife had another man sleep over while I was out of the country, I might be a bit suspicious.

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