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Episode # 11157 ~ Phyllis makes a confession to Jack; Devon & Hilary face the end of their marriage; Mariah stands her ground.
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Billy: So sweet.
Phyllis: [Laughs] You have to bring a change of clothes next time, because this is pretty sad. You're doing the walk of shame into a place called brash & sassy.
Billy: I got time to go home and change this morning. And by the way, if you want to up your sexy-hostess game, you might want to think about restocking that fridge. Just saying.
Phyllis: [Gasps] I made the coffee.
Billy: And it's good. It's just like you. It's hot and strong.
Phyllis: Ohh. What about sweet? Not sweet?
Billy: Oh, so sweet.
Phyllis: Aww. Okay.
Billy: So sweet.
Phyllis: Okay, you're gonna make it hard for me [Laughing] To get to work.
Billy: We can go for breakfast. A little bit too early for that?
Phyllis: [Sighs deeply] Yeah. Yeah, I don't think we're ready to go public yet. I get it.
Billy: Yeah. But listen to me.
Billy: This is not like last time.
Phyllis: No. No, no, no. This is a whole, new world. We are out there. We are single. There is no sneaking around, right? Right?
Billy: Right. 'Cause I don't want to do that ever again. But to be honest, this is a big deal, us being together, so I just want to be aware of how it might affect some people.
Phyllis: People named Victoria?
Billy: And Jack.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. He's not gonna take this so easy, so we need to keep the, I don't know, expectations down.
Billy: Well, with Victoria, damage is my main concern.
Billy: So I think it's best she hears it from me.
Phyllis: Yes. I agree. And I think you should do that right away. Like right now.
Billy: I will tell her today.
Phyllis: And I will do everything I need to do to break the news to Jack.
Cane: Okay, what time do you want to start this meeting?
Victoria: As soon as Billy gets here. Listen, you two, I want you to know how much I appreciate the outstanding work that you've both been doing. And your excitement is contagious.
Juliet: Who is it we're infecting?
Victoria: Well, check your inboxes. The outlooks for the men's line, along with our presence in the Asian marketplace, surpass even my expectations.
Juliet: Which I hope were ridiculously inflated?
Cane: Of course they were.
Victoria: Well, now that consumers are responding to our products, I'm gonna make a big push to raise our profile in the beauty world.
Cane: Well, if these sales projections are accurate, they'll shoot up on their own.
Victoria: Oh, I think that we may still need a little boost, and I'm hoping that our staff meeting will just sort of keep the momentum going.
Cane: That's a great idea. All right, I can pull everyone in if you want to start now.
Victoria: Actually, would you just hold off for a few minutes? I'd like to wait for Billy.
Neil: You good on time? You know you can't be late today, not with your divorce being finalized, son.
Devon: I'm just counting the minutes until the judge says I can call Hilary my ex-wife.
Neil: I appreciate your game face, but this is one of the toughest emotional challenges there is.
Devon: That part's been over for me for a while. This marriage has been dying a slow, painful death, and I think today's just the mercy bullet.
Neil: Yeah. You realize that this is the start of an exciting, new chapter in your life. Mine, too.
Devon: Absolutely. And I'm thankful for Michael scheduling this before we launch our new business, which Hilary can have zero claim to.
Neil: You know, it -- it's so hard to believe. No alimony. Just GC buzz. And honestly, I am worried that there's gonna be an 11th hour courtroom surprise.
Hilary: Good morning, gentlemen. See you in court.
George: And there you have the running order of the premiere episode of the new, if not improved, format. Got any questions?
Mariah: Yeah. Two. First of all, didn't you quit a few months ago?
George: Yes. But it didn't work out. Then another exciting opportunity surfaced, and when I asked Hilary for a reference, she claimed that she didn't remember me.
George: But she did have a producer job opening available, so...
Mariah: Yeah, we've had a lot of resignations recently, which brings me to my next question. What exactly is "get real with Hilary"?
George: Hmm. "An exciting and groundbreaking, new segment where Hilary Curtis speaks directly to her viewers."
Mariah: And then she "gets real" with them? You do realize that Hilary is the least real person ever, right?
George: [Chuckles] It's gonna be great.
Mariah: It's a vanity project run amok! What am I even doing here?
George: Look, you're in the closer, see? "Mariah waves good night."
Mariah: Waves. Great! No more pesky lines for me to learn!
George: You have your own fan base, so if you want a bigger role, you know...
Mariah: I need to fight for it.
Victoria: I know I bought Jill out months ago, and it's been awhile since our parent company was Newman enterprises, but it's P.R. Priority number one to make sure we erase any lingering consumer and industry associations from the past.
Juliet: I totally agree. Brand identification has never been more important in today's market.
Victoria: And ours should be about independence and fresh excitement. Even though my last name may be Newman, I'm the one calling the shots all by myself. So, I need you guys to start working on a foundation for our beefed-up image of pride, independence, and success.
Cane: Okay. I'll look into sales metrics and start putting together a list of talking points, and Juliet can start on the press release. You ready to spin it?
Juliet: Like it has never been spun before.
Cane: All right.
Victoria: You guys really do make an incredible team. I can't wait to see what you'll pull off next.
Cane: Well, I will, uh, start on this while we wait for Billy. Um, check with me in a little bit.
Victoria: Listen, I just wanted to thank you for helping me get home last night. I am sorry I got so blitzed. I'm just not much of a drinker.
Juliet: No, it's no big deal. I have seen plenty of people get way more out of control than you when you add alcohol.
Cane: Hey, hey, hey! Look who's here.
Jordan: Your ambassador totally rocked the brand. Those hockey players couldn't get enough of the line or lily. She was awesome.
Lily: You know.
Cane: You little vixen.
Lily: I don't know what you mean. All I did was show some wonderful grooming products to dozens of hot, young guys.
Jordan: Check out these pics.
Victoria: Goodness. I love those.
Victoria: Well, let's hope they're all as into the brand as they are into our ambassador.
Lily: How many times did I say, "I'm sorry, guys. There's only one man for me"?
Jordan: Here she's dropping the ceremonial first puck.
Victoria: That's good.
Phyllis: Hello, gentlemen. So, how about those cubs? Maybe a repeat this season?
Phyllis: So, have you gentlemen updated your online shopping experience with Fenmore's virtual dressing room app? I mean, you got to think about the time and energy wasted when you make the wrong decision. You hate the outfit. It's not touching your body right. And boom, you got to go to the post office. You got to send it back. But with Fenmore's cutting edge technology, you're making time for the things you love.
Billy: Like watching hockey.
Phyllis: Yes. Yes.
Jack: Could this elevator move any slower?
Billy: Yeah, it's the end of the regular season. Guys are making final push for playoffs. They're working hard, they're sweating, and they come off the ice in the arms of someone special. They trust dare body spray by brash & sassy to feel fresh again.
Jack: And if a flying hockey puck hits them in the mouth and knocks their teeth out, does brash & sassy offer dental insurance?
Billy: No, sir. But you can e-mail our customer service hotline, and we'll get right on that.
[Elevator bell dings]
Billy: Oh, that's me. You two have a brash & sassy day.
Phyllis: Maybe it's time to get past all of this.
Victoria: The launch of our men's body spray dare was helped immeasurably by Jordan's beautiful photography and our brand ambassador, lily. And thanks to Cane and the deal that he brokered in Tokyo, along with Juliet, dare and our upcoming men's line will now be distributed all over Asia. Now Juliet is here full time, and she's already sent Jordan and lily on a smash-hit promo tour featuring our new partner, pro hockey. And we'll be issuing a press release...
Victoria: ...Featuring the successes in some of the upcoming --
Billy: Wow. Whole crew's here. Guess I didn't realize there was a meeting this early.
Cane: Maybe you should start checking your messages.
Victoria: You're here now, Billy. And just in time for what I have to say about you.
Neil: How you doing, son?
Devon: I'm okay. I'm just a little surprised about how quick and simple everything was.
Neil: Yeah. Sign of the times, I'm sorry to say.
Devon: When the judge asked if I was okay with the settlement, I had this sudden urge to explain myself and how hard I tried to save the marriage, you know?
Neil: And instead all you said was, "yes, your honor."
Devon: You were right about it being -- give me a second.
Devon: Hey. That was kind of painless, huh?
Hilary: Yeah. It took less time than traffic court.
Devon: Right. I thought that I would feel different once everything was official, but I don't, really. Do you?
Hilary: Devon, our marriage was over a long time ago. That in there was just paperwork. Do you know what I'm focused on?
Hilary: Today we shoot the debut episode of "the Hilary hour."
Devon: That's right. I heard about the, uh, the name change. Was "nothing but Hilary starring Hilary" taken?
Hilary: See, that is why we are wrong for each other. You view my competence as arrogance. Where are my damn keys?
Devon: Did you check your outside pocket? You're always leaving stuff in there.
Hilary: Yes, Devon. I checked my outside pock-- thanks.
Hilary: That was nice of Neil to come and support you.
Devon: Yeah, actually, we're, um, we're starting a new business together, the Hamilton-winters group.
Hilary: Oh, well, that sounds impressive. What will you be doing?
Devon: We'll be doing a lot of things. Gonna get back into music, and we'll develop new artists and record and release material.
Hilary: That was always your passion.
Devon: Just one of them. And, uh, we'll also be acquiring new businesses, specifically ones that were founded by women and minorities. We hope to build a family of companies that reflect our values and make a positive difference. There's a lot of hard work ahead and not a lot of time to waste 'cause I've done a lot of that already.
Hilary: I know how you feel. I have a whole, new season of shows to do starting today.
Devon: Well, good luck with all that. Good luck.
Devon: Seems like my finger's a little overdressed. Yours is, too. You know we're both legally single now.
Neil: Time to head to that meeting. Come on.
Devon: Right. We have a busy day ahead, so, uh, good luck with yours. Hope everything goes well.
Hilary: Thanks. You, too. Good luck.
Phyllis: It's been what? Almost a year? It's exhausting to watch!
Jack: What can I say? It's between Billy and me, and it's personal. And I don't work with him. I work with you. Quite efficiently, I must say, given what we've been through.
Phyllis: Yes, and I am grateful that you have put aside that seething grudge against me.
Jack: It was counterproductive for business.
Phyllis: What you're holding on to with Billy is counterproductive to your health.
Jack: Oh, really? Enlighten me.
Phyllis: I have been doing some reading, and these poisonous feelings, they are toxic for your body. It leads to ulcers, hair loss. It makes you susceptible to diseases and viruses like cancer and shingles. I mean, it is a documented medical fact.
Jack: Oh, darn. Our time is up. Thank you, though, doctor.
Phyllis: Just cease fire. Enjoy your life, Jack. That's what I want for you.
Jack: Well, I have good news. I'm getting on with my life quite nicely. I will never forgive Billy. Ever.
Phyllis: Have you not been listening to a word I've been saying here?!
Jack: I've been listening to everything that you've been saying, and I am kind of wondering why you're suddenly concerned about this. What is this really about?
Victoria: Not only did Billy come up with the brilliant idea to partner with pro hockey. He made it look easy. [Chuckles] Now, there were some obstacles to securing this deal, and they were big ones, ones that would make most people, um, back out or change their mind, but not Billy. So thanks to him, we have an exclusive nationwide promo platform that speaks to our entire young male demo for dare and our whole men's line.
Billy: Well, thank you very much. I can't take all the credit or even most of it. We all know who sets the tone for this entire company and who encourages us to reach for the stars. That's my boss, our boss, Victoria Newman, so...
Victoria: Thank you. Thanks. I appreciate it. Uh, meeting adjourned.
Jordan: Hey, look, can I grab you for a quick second to go over the proofs from Boston?
Lily: Um, can it wait till lunch? I just -- I really want to talk to my dad and Devon.
Jordan: I'm sorry. I got to bounce in a few. I'm going to go watch Hilary tape her first new episode.
Lily: Oh. Well, then if it's for Hilary, of course.
Jordan: Enough of that, okay? I'm not gonna apologize for liking her.
Lily: No, of course you like her. You can't help it. You're a guy -- who deserves a lot better.
Jordan: Well, in that case, better's already taken.
Lily: Oh, really? And who might that be?
Jordan: Like I'm gonna fess up and tell you.
Lily: Come on. One hint.
Victoria: Did I say something that bothered you?
Billy: No, not at all. I like having my work praised. God knows it doesn't happen very often.
Victoria: Do I withhold compliments in the workplace?
Billy: You're amazing in the workplace. I especially like the clever ruse you whipped up to get jack's paws off the hockey deal.
Victoria: So what's going on?
Billy: Nothing's going on. What do you mean?
Victoria: You seem preoccupied. An ex-wife/boss knows. Is it related to what kept you out of the office this morning? I just get the feeling that you want to talk, and I'm here to listen.
Hilary: Now, just flip segments five and seven.
Hilary: Hey, the clock is ticking. Why are you still here?
George: I thought you might have more notes.
Hilary: You thought? Well, your title is not thinker. It's producer. So go. Run along. Produce. Oh, and, George, the lighting, okay? It is still too bright. It feels like an operating room. I want "the Hilary hour" to have a more cinematic tone.
Mariah: So what classic movies are you trying to emulate? "Mean girls"? "The great dictator"? "Wanda the wicked warden"?
Hilary: That's funny. You should try incorporating that into your scripts. Oh, and, Mariah, you are gonna love the new lighting. It's gonna give you depth, and you'll look a lot less pasty.
Mariah: You know, Devon brought me back on the show to keep you from giving in to your worst instincts. And shocker -- you've caved, and we don't even have one episode of "Hilary's house of horrors" in the can.
Hilary: Well, your little play mate has zero to do with this show now.
Mariah: You don't get it, Hilary. I am trying to help you, even now!
Hilary: Really? How?
Mariah: I'm trying to keep the show from becoming a joke, to keep you from trying to reinvent yourself as some all-knowing lifestyle guru and self-appointed superstar. The audience isn't gonna buy it. Please trust me.
Hilary: I know where this is coming from. But you still are a very important part of the show, sweetie.
Mariah: Actually, sweetie, I'm not. I don't have anything to do anymore, but that's besides the point.
Hilary: It is not about airtime, okay? You are like -- you're like the tone commentator on a sportscast. You provide dollops of information and tone, you know, like a duller tone.
Mariah: Duller. That's great. That's gonna look awesome on live TV.
Hilary: Well, I know that you will make use of every moment you are on screen.
Mariah: You bet your diva derričre I will.
Hilary: All right, people, are we ready to do this?
Mariah: So ready!
Jordan: What's up, ladies?
Mariah: Hey, Jordan.
Hilary: I thought you were in Boston.
Jordan: I flew back at the crack of dawn. I skipped out on the brash & sassy Victory lunch.
Hilary: For me?
Jordan: You know I wasn't about to miss episode one of "the Hilary hour." You two ladies break some legs.
George: All right, Mariah.
Mariah: Thank you.
George: Okay, devices off! Mouths shut! We have speed in five, four, three...
Hilary: Hello, GC buzz fans, and welcome to "the Hilary hour." I am your host and executive producer, Hilary Curtis. Now, like GC buzz, we are going to cover the lives of the rich and the famous and the powerful, but we are also going to do so much more. With my co-host, Mariah, I am going to help you live your best life. And we want to share our lives with you. Isn't that right, Mariah?
Mariah: Without a doubt, Hilary.
Hilary: And that is just what we are going to do in our first installment of our brand-new segment, self-care.
Mariah: And Hilary cares for herself more than anyone I've ever met. Look at her! She's gorgeous. [Chuckles]
Juliet: Something wrong?
Cane: Well, if, uh, Victoria wants the strongest numbers in this press release, I at least imagine she wants them to be accurate.
Juliet: So you'll be crunching sales data all day?
Cane: Yeah, and maybe all night. But you know what? I think crunching is a lame way to make it sound not so tedious. But hey, that's what I do.
Juliet: Well, if I had to do that, I would spend every lunch break drinking...heavily.
Cane: Can we please not talk about drinking, okay? When you do that, I have this sake hangover flashback and nausea thing happen. I don't like it.
Juliet: After our little night on the town, I'm guessing Victoria feels that same way about rum.
Cane: Hang on a second. Wait, wait, wait. You got Victoria plastered?
Juliet: I would say she was feeling no pain. I couldn't keep up with her. Good thing, though, since I ended up helping her into her house later.
Cane: Yeah, see, that's interesting to me, because, uh, she doesn't normally cut loose like that. She's normally more contained and controlled.
Juliet: Somehow I must bring out the party animal in people.
Victoria: You're not in the habit of being so late for meetings.
Billy: I know, and I should have talked to you about this. I'm sorry. I should have called.
Victoria: You were mia for hours yesterday. I don't expect you to punch a timecard, but I thought maybe you were still angry at me and you went to blow off some steam.
Billy: Look, Vick, this is gonna sound insane, and it is. Just let me get through it all, okay?
Victoria: Sounds very ominous.
Billy: I got a letter from Chloe claiming that -- that I -- or that Bella could be my daughter.
Victoria: You and Chloe?
Billy: No, no, no. Not me and Chloe. No. Um, she claims that she stole a specimen with my name on it from the hospital.
Victoria: You mean from when we were seeing the fertility specialist?
Billy: Yeah. That's her story. And I called the hospital, and they said that a sample is missing, so I had to go for a paternity test just to make sure.
Victoria: I mean, considering Chloe's track record, past and present, it's not a stretch. But you as a willing conception partner? That is quite a stretch. And I'm sorry for asking. It's none of my business, but... wow.
Billy: Yeah, um, and Kevin got the same letter that I did, so we had to do matching DNA tests, and it turns out that Kevin is -- is -- is Bella's father.
Victoria: [Sighs] I'm so happy to hear that. I mean, for him. Something wonderful coming out of such heartbreak. And it would have been a complication at a tough time for us. For you, I mean.
Billy: Yeah, yeah. Tell me about it. [Clears throat]
Victoria: Thank you, Billy. Thank you for being honest with me and telling me what's going on with you. I appreciate that.
Jack: I don't think you and I should talk about Billy. In fact, I think it would be better for everyone if we stuck to business. Now, what can you tell me about the integration of jabot products on Fenmore's site?
Phyllis: We have a new feature that could be great. I'll confab with Ravi and send you a prototype.
Jack: Thank you. I'll look forward to that.
Phyllis: Look, I did not mean to harp on Billy, okay? I just want everyone to get along.
Jack: Wow. You are awfully sunny today. Why is that?
Phyllis: I need a reason to be in a good mood?
Jack: You don't do anything without a reason.
Phyllis: That's cynical and slightly ridiculous. But if I did have a reason, it's probably because I'm getting a life outside of the office and the store and online.
Jack: A new guy?
Phyllis: Oh, so having a life has to mean that I caught a hunk in the man trap we females set. It's quite a sexist assumption.
Jack: No, I'm not making any assumptions about women in general. I'm making a qualified guess about someone I know -- or
knew -- rather well.
Phyllis: Since you're asking, you're guessing right. There is someone.
Jack: Well, there now. That wasn't so hard, was it? Anyone I know?
Jack: It's a simple enough question. Do I know this guy or not?
Phyllis: I thought you knew everyone in Genoa city.
Jack: Hey, I'm happy for you. I really am. So, did you give online dating a second chance? Oh, wait. Have you even met this guy? Is all this romance about sweet e-mails and tawdry texts? Hey, it's tough out there. I'd hate to see you taken advantage of by someone pretending to be something he's not.
Phyllis: You know, the truth is, uh, it's new. I don't want to jinx it.
Jack: No pressure.
Phyllis: Good. So let's talk about jabot and Fenmore's integration. I think we can develop something that will help you furnish your home on your computer.
Jack: Like virtual dressing room but an actual room.
Phyllis: Exactly. You enter a photo, and the app shows you options so that it fits perfectly into your space. And for the bathroom, you could stock it with all the newest jabot products.
Jack: I like all of this. Yeah, yeah, yeah. Let's move on this, and you send me updates.
Phyllis: Okay. You want to give me an update on any one of your other personal projects?
Jack: Such as?
Phyllis: I don't know. The decline and fall of Victor Newman.
Jack: You said you didn't want to play.
Phyllis: Well, I don't. I consider it a spectator sport. I'm just curious, that's all.
Jack: I made my opening move.
Phyllis: That's your update?
Jack: It's a crucial match. It's early in the game. I wouldn't want to jinx it.
Victoria: Chloe was like a tornado of negative energy ripping through everything that she touched. I mean, think of all of the people that we know who she hurt. Kevin and Chelsea and their daughter and poor Esther. [Sighs] And now she's raking you over the coals from who the hell knows where. And none of this would have happened if she had just stayed locked up, which she obviously needs to be.
Billy: I mean, how did she get out? Did she -- did she manage that alone?
Victoria: She's a psychopath, and lying is what they do best. Those letters that she sent to you and Kevin, were the police able to find any leads as to where she might have gone?
Billy: No. Paul was hopeful, but it ended up being two postmarks from halfway across the world apart. It's just a clever way to throw off law enforcement.
Victoria: Well, I'm just glad that she has no further connection to you. I'm sure you are, too.
Victoria: And I'm sorry about the paternity test. I mean, it must have been awful sweating through that alone.
Lily: Sorry. I know Victoria gave you an important assignment. I don't want to interrupt the new a-team.
Juliet: Don't be silly. I'm kind of in a holding pattern with the press release. We will plug in Cane's drop-dead sales figures after he's through crunching.
Lily: Okay, are you sure? 'Cause I've been dying to gush about the trip in person.
Juliet: So everything went well?
Lily: Okay, let me just say that if you ever get sick of cosmetics, you would be the hottest travel agent ever. [Chuckles] The arrangements were amazing. The hotel was beautiful. I felt like I wasn't even working. I kind of felt guilty I was getting paid for it.
Juliet: No, stop. You literally killed it every step of the way. Your interviews were all relaxed, always on point, and the fans in all three cities loved you.
Lily: Oh, stop. Tell me more. [Laughs] You can tell me the rest when we hang out.
Juliet: I will text you, and we will figure it out.
Lily: Okay, great. Well, good luck with your crunching. I'll see you later?
Cane: Yeah. Bye, baby.
Lily: Bye. Bye!
Lily: Good to see you.
Juliet: You, too. Welcome back.
Lily: Thank you.
Juliet: [Sighs] Anything I can do to help?
Cane: No, I'm fine. I was just thinking about, um, the meeting earlier with Victoria and how she made it seem that Billy's deal was more important than us opening up the entire door to the Asian market, that's all.
Juliet: I get what you're saying, but I don't think she meant it that way.
Cane: Oh, I think she did. But what can we do? 'Cause of Billy's relationship with her, he kind of gets the inside track, doesn't he? You saw she didn't even care when he strolled in late.
Juliet: Well, then you're just gonna have to come up with an idea to blow Billy out of the water.
Hilary: Now I want to share something personal, because I know that a lot of you have been through it. Today, before coming here to record this show, I finalized my divorce. And it's -- it's a big transition, a major life change, one that comes with sadness and new insecurities, but also new hope for growth.
Mariah: Hilary, I genuinely had no idea.
Hilary: Well, that's because I didn't want to admit that it was a big deal. See, I have this image that I like to present to the world. Confident, in charge, on top of everything. But really that's just me not wanting to appear vulnerable, so much so that I shut everyone out, including some of my good friends. But as fervently as I want to be seen as superwoman, I can't do this alone. I need help. And I need my friends. But I feel no ill will towards my ex-husband, Devon. He's truly a wonderful and special person, and I wish him the best. And I know that I am the one responsible for the failure of my marriage. I own that. And as sad and as hard as it was in that courtroom today, I made a decision, one that I must own, too. I will not hold on to bitterness or point fingers or live in the past. I walked out of there determined to focus on the future, on how Devon and I can both learn and grow from this experience. [Sighs] And I hope that one day we could be friends, just like we used to be. And I also hope that that is the message that you will all take from today. Bitterness is not a lifestyle to embrace. When you suffer a setback, you don't assign blame. You pick yourself up, you put aside any negativity, and you get back out there. And that is exactly what I intend to do.
[Computer keys clacking]
Lily: Wasn't really the reaction I was hoping for.
Cane: [Chuckles] Um, I was just, uh, just focused on work. Um... I have to say you look, uh, you look very fetching in this -- in this hockey jersey.
Lily: Oh, really?
Lily: Well, wait until you see what's on underneath. [Chuckles]
Cane: You know I'm proud of you, right? I don't mean because you're the brand ambassador. I mean 'cause of, you know, you and me, our babies. That's important to me. You know that, don't you?
Lily: Yeah. Of course I do. And I feel the same way. I mean, I know I joke about sexy hockey players, but you're the love of my life. Everything okay?
Cane: Yeah, I'm okay. There's nothing to worry about. Just kind of waited so long to be alone with you, you know, and [Inhales deeply] Now all I can think about is, um, this, what's under or what's not under it.
Lily: Oh, well...
Lily: Yeah. Look at that.
Lily: Just a little incentive for you to not work late tonight.
Cane: Come here.
Both: And keep on buzzing, GC.
George: And we are out! Thanks, everyone. Wow. Great show. Nice job, Hilary.
Hilary: Thank you, George.
George: You, too, Mariah.
Mariah: Thanks. Hey, you were amazing today.
Mariah: The show was real and riveting, and everybody who watches it is gonna agree. [Chuckling] I mean, you almost had me in tears.
Hilary: Well, that is a very high compliment.
Mariah: And I'm sure the show will reach its full potential when you restore my role as your equal partner.
Hilary: Still the first day. The format is evolving. Maybe that will happen, or maybe it won't. [Chuckles] But let's just see how it goes, okay?
Mariah: What are you doing here?
Devon: Well, I just -- I wanted to see if the, uh, "Hilary hour" lived up to the hype.
Devon: Thought it was excellent. I thought that, uh, you sharing something so personal was a brave choice. It paid off.
Hilary: Good to hear.
Devon: I like the new direction.
Hilary: That means a lot.
Devon: Think it would be better if Mariah was featured a little more, but I just might be biased. [Chuckles]
Jordan: Like I said it before, no arguments this time. You are a star, girl.
Jordan: Look at you about to argue. I'm marking this moment, because I'll be able to tell people that I was here. [Chuckles]
Mariah: So... why didn't you tell me it was divorce day?
Devon: 'Cause our marriage was over way before today. I just wanted to make it a non-event.
Devon: Hey, from this point on, we are the main event, okay?
Mariah: Okay. Okay, that's fine with me. But it might not be that easy for you. And that's okay.
Devon: You want to know what's okay?
Devon: Somebody actually took their ring off today.
Devon: Yeah. A guy who got what he wanted and is ready to move on. It's nice to meet you. How you doing?
Mariah: It's nice to meet you, too.
Mariah: Hi. [Laughs]
Jordan: A new life, a new show. Now you got two things to celebrate.
[Cell phone chimes]
Hilary: So, uh, what are we waiting for, hmm?
Jordan: Let's go.
Hilary: Let's go.
Victoria: You know, you could have told me about the paternity test. I would have gone with you. You didn't have to do it alone.
Billy: We said we were gonna keep our business and personal lives separate, remember?
Victoria: Uh... I think that was your decision, not mine.
Billy: Well, the signals you were giving me made it pretty clear.
Victoria: I think we should make an exception in a time of crisis. Bella could have been Johnny and Katherine's half sister, and that would involve me, too.
Billy: Could have been. But she wasn't. So I didn't want to deal with it until I knew for sure.
Victoria: Deal with sharing it with me, you mean? I hope you know you can tell me anything, Billy.
Billy: Vick, there's something I need to talk to you about.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
Nikki: Your father has just done something. I am livid!
Juliet: I know you have a lot to do for Victoria, so don't let us keep you. Your wife is in good hands.
Jack: He's the new guy in your life?
Phyllis: I didn't want to tell you until Billy had a chance to tell Victoria.
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