Y&R Transcript Friday 5/12/17

Y&R Transcript Friday 5/12/17


Episode # 11169 ~ Phyllis travels outside her comfort zone; Nikki keeps a secret about Tessa; Victoria refuses to admit defeat.

Provided By Suzanne

Phyllis: There we go. There we go. All righty. What do we got? We've got the crab enchiladas. Check. We got the fresh ceviche. Check. And we've got the homemade tomatillo salsa. Yes. Check. And then we've got our eggs, got our sugar, our cocoa powder, and [French accent] The pièce de résistance, chocolat. Beautiful. [Normal voice] Okay, then. Mm-hmm.

[Cell phone rings]

Victoria: Hey, Billy.

Billy: Hey. I'm glad you picked up.

Victoria: What's wrong? You sound out of breath.

Billy: [Sighs] We have a major problem with the commercial shoot. It's actually a major crisis.

Victoria: What? Everything's been scheduled. We're supposed to be leaving in the next few days.

Billy: Yeah, you can take that schedule and trash it. It's not gonna happen. But I think I have a fix.

Juliet: The location scout came up with these choices for studio space.

Cane: They're expensive. There's nothing more affordable?

Juliet: I asked that, too. The problem is our plans are a bit last-minute. No getting around that, though, especially if you want the commercial to air before the hockey championships.

Cane: Yeah, well, we can thank Billy for that.

Billy: Did I hear my name?

Cane: Yeah, we're talking about you and your ridiculously expensive commercial.

Billy: Well, brace yourself. It's about to get even more expensive. Our director can only shoot the day after tomorrow, so we need to hightail it to L.A. As soon as possible.

Cane: [Chuckles] Victoria's not gonna go for that.

Billy: Oh, she just did. So pack your bags. We're heading to Hollywood.

Sharon: Wow. That...came out of nowhere.

Scott: Not for me. I've been thinking about it a long time.

Sharon: You have?

Scott: Yeah, almost from the moment I met you.

Sharon: Well, that's sweet. And it's not that I haven't, you know, thought about doing it.

Scott: [Chuckles]

Sharon: I mean, you doing that with me.

Scott: Mm-hmm.

Sharon: It's just that the timing's been, you know... and I can't seem to really speak right now.

Scott: I get it. I get it, I get it. The ink's still fresh on the divorce. It's okay.

Sharon: Actually, I'm not... officially...yet...divorced.

Mariah: Oh.

Hilary: [Chuckles] Well, I'm surprised to see you here without a bodyguard.

Mariah: Oh, come on. Grandiose is your department. Besides, who needs bodyguards? I seem to remember winning our little cat fight.

Hilary: [Laughs]

Jordan: What's with that look? You didn't think I'd show?

Hilary: Well, I wasn't sure. That's why I decided to ask your voicemail.

Jordan: Here I am.

Hilary: I know I messed up by bragging about our sex life to Devon.

Jordan: Yelling about it in his hallway isn't exactly subtle. But that's not the reason why I walked away.

Hilary: I know. You deserve to know where we stand with each other.

Jordan: I thought I did. But now I wonder. Was it all a part of some divorce wars game? Can I even buy anything that you say to me, Hilary?

Nikki: Ah, you excited for open mic night?

Tessa: Oh, yeah. It'll be great. Are you sure I can't get you up on those keys again?

Nikki: Oh, thank you, but no. I'm gonna take a pass this time.

Tessa: I'm not the best at expressing myself outside of song, but this is really something, you letting me stay here.

Nikki: I'm glad to have you. Do you like your room?

Tessa: It's awesome. What's not to like? There's a beautiful view, a fabulous bed, an incredible bathroom. It even has one of those rain-shower things. I mean, I just feel like I'm living in a dream.

Nikki: Well, it's nice that you're enjoying yourself.

Tessa: And the acoustics are great, too. I was playing my guitar a little, and I thought the room would be great for practicing, unless that's a problem.

Nikki: Why would it be?

Tessa: I don't want to bother Mr. Newman.

Nikki: Tessa, again, you don't have to worry about my husband. He keeps to himself these days.

Scott: I'm just a little curious why you chose now to clear up where things stand with the divorce. Is that kind of a hint for me to put the brakes on or...?

Sharon: No! No, I-I just thought that I should be up front with you. You're a reporter. You -- you deal in the facts. And the facts are, technically, that I'm still married until the decree is final. But I'm really glad you're here.

Scott: I'm glad to be here, and I'm glad we're taking things slow. You know, it makes me anxious to find out more about you.

Sharon: You don't say.

Scott: I managed to, uh, pick up on some of your adorable traits during our very proper courtship. But I feel that there's much more left to uncover, which makes you even more exciting.

Sharon: 'Cause I'm a story? That's how you see things? You're a journalist, so you always think there's something more to uncover.

Scott: Look, everybody has a story. Some are just harder to open up about than others.

Sharon: It's true I have been through some rough patches, but my story is not all that remarkable.

Scott: Who said it had to be?

Sharon: I don't want you to think that I'm someone who needs to be saved.

Scott: Not saved. Maybe just heard.

Billy: Look, cane, I'm not thrilled about being jerked around by our director's schedule, but we knew when we hired this woman her existing commitments came first, right? That's what you get with Callie Weston, and she's doing it for scale.

Cane: She's not the only director in town, Billy.

Juliet: Yeah, but she is the hottest. Last year, movie studios were in a bidding war to sign her to a multi-picture deal.

Billy: Right, so if we can use that reputation to expose our brand, then a little inconvenience is not a big deal.

Cane: It's not inconvenient. It's ridiculous, all right? We're spending twice what we had budgeted on this.

Billy: Why are you fighting this? Victoria said yes. It's a done deal.

Juliet: And it really is up to her. We've told her how expensive this is. Let her worry about the long-term benefits versus the short-term costs.

Billy: This is her company. It's her job to worry about that stuff. Our job is to make the best commercial we possibly can. Is that right?

[Cell phone rings]

Billy: It's L.A. I got to take this. Billy Abbott.

Reed: So you're leaving to California tonight?

Victoria: Well, I was fully planning on spending the whole evening here, but I have to leave in the next few hours, so I got to go home, I got to pack, I got to track down Hannah and make sure she's available to move in and take care of everything while I'm away.

Reed: You know, there is another option. I can drive now. I know how everything works at the house. And I'm Katie and Johnny's older brother.

Victoria: Leaving you in charge? No, I'm sorry, honey. That's not gonna happen.

Reed: You still don't trust me.

Victoria: Would you excuse us for a minute, Noah?

Noah: Sure thing.

Victoria: Yes, I trust you, okay? I loan you my car, I let you perform here on school nights, I let you choose your own friends.

Reed: Yeah, but just not enough to let me take care of things alone for a few days.

Victoria: You want the responsibility? Fine. You got it.

Reed: [Scoffs] You're kidding.

Victoria: No, I am very serious, and I hope you are, too.

Reed: Of course.

Victoria: Good. Okay. Let's go over your brother and sister's schedule for the next three days. You're gonna need to get up an hour earlier and make sure that they're fed and dressed, get them to school.

Reed: Okay.

Victoria: Okay? And then when you are done with school, you need to pick them up and take Hannah's place in carpool.

Reed: Carpool?

Victoria: These are very busy kids, reed. They have activities almost every day. Johnny's got gymnastics. Katie's got dance. They have play dates. There's a birthday party. They're each gonna need a present. And then they have the dentist. It's not their favorite thing in the world, but it's just checkups and cleanings. Unless, of course, there's a cavity. But then you can deal with that, right?

Reed: Yeah, no. Of course I can, mom. Um, it's just I've got, like, homework and important stuff like my guitar lessons and -- and other stuff that I have to take care of. Plus, I mean, I wouldn't want to take work from Hannah.

Victoria: Oh, that is so considerate of you, baby. So sweet. Okay, well, listen. Have a stellar set, and if I don't see you back at the house, I'll call you when I get to L.A., Okay? Mwah.

Reed: All right. Bye, mom. Also... is Billy coming to see the kids while you're gone, or...?

Victoria: No, actually, this TV commercial is his idea. So he'll be in L.A.

Reed: Okay. Cool.

Victoria: Yeah, he'll be running the show, and I'll be there to make sure that it works out for all of us.

Reed: Awesome. Well, have fun. Love you.

Sharon: You're right. I do need to be heard. I think a very long, rather unhinged rant has been building up inside of me this entire semester about... studying and course work and crisis hotline training, which is so intense, I think there should be a hotline for people who are training to be on staff at crisis hotline.

Scott: Okay, wow. Wow. Anything else you want to put in that rant?

Sharon: You mean like juggling my college courses with running a coffeehouse and sharing custody of a tween daughter? Because that is a sub-rant unto itself.

Scott: I'm a very good listener.

Sharon: Which is why I am presenting you with a one-time opportunity to trade in the mega-rant I just described for a special mystery prize.

Scott: So, you're not just a student, barista, crisis trainee, mom. You're also a game show host?

Sharon: Five seconds on the clock. I will need an answer.

Scott: Wait, wait, wait, wait. What's the mystery prize?

Sharon: Uh, hello? It is a mystery. But I will give you a hint. Two tickets to open mic night at my son's club. Drinks included.

Scott: Can I bring you?

Sharon: That's part of the prize.

Scott: [Sighs] I'll take it. Let's go.

Sharon: [Chuckles] You have chosen wisely. Give yourself a round of applause.

Scott: You see what a little ranting can do to get all that stuff off your chest, and then you're, uh, ready to go out and have fun.

Sharon: Looks like I just averted my first crisis.

Tessa: If you need anyone to clean the stables or, uh, do laundry or clean windows --

Nikki: Honey, we have a wonderful staff that takes care of all of that for us and for our guests. So you should use your free time to work on your music.

Tessa: People work their whole lives to be treated like this. So, thank you -- again. Uh, I'd better head to the underground. You want to come with? Just to watch.

Nikki: Oh, thank you, but I have a lot of phone calls I have to make for the benefit. I have learned over the years that this is the best time to hit up some of our donors.

Tessa: After they've retired to the library for a few cocktails?

Nikki: You know, you're catching on to this fundraising thing very quickly.

Tessa: [Chuckles]

Nikki: No, you go tonight and have fun, and we'll catch up later.

Tessa: Okay.

Nikki: What? Is everything okay?

Tessa: It's just such a weird trip living in a place like this.

Nikki: Well, you better get used to it, my dear.

Tessa: Okay. See ya.

Nikki: See ya.

Billy: Just got off the phone with Callie Weston's agent. Our director is a lock.

Juliet: Great. One thing down.

Billy: 99 more to go. You, me -- we're gonna be connected at the hip. I hope you don't mind I'm gonna need more time of yours once we get to L.A.

Juliet: Not a problem. I thrive in crisis mode.

Billy: Sounds good.

Juliet: What is it?

Cane: It's nothing.

Juliet: Come on, cane. It's obvious you're not too pleased about me working so closely with Billy.

Cane: Why would I even care about that?

Juliet: That's what I would like to know. So maybe you should tell me before it becomes a thing.

Cane: I don't know, I just have a bad feeling about it. I've known Billy too long, and I know him too well. I just don't like it.

Juliet: You're acting like this is a major permanent shift. It's only temporary. Just for the trip, really.

Cane: Can we just drop it?

Juliet: What? Why?

Jordan: Devon and Mariah caught you in the apartment?

Hilary: Well, they came home, but they didn't catch me because I hid.

Jordan: So they didn't know that you were there?

Hilary: No. They were too busy...getting busy. Rather loudly just a few feet from where I was hiding. I heard everything. And when they worked their way upstairs, then I made a run for it.

Jordan: Man. That's rough. [Sighs]

Hilary: See, that's why when I went back to, you know, move some of my stuff out, I couldn't help myself from trying to save face.

Jordan: Okay. That -- that explains a lot.

Hilary: But it doesn't excuse the way that I've treated you or taken you for granted. And that wasn't my intention, okay? It's just that this -- this divorce has been... [Sighs deeply] ...A lot tougher than I thought that it was gonna be, okay? And it's just -- it's doing a real number on my head.

Jordan: It's a major life change. You don't just move on and get over it.

Hilary: I feel like I'm being pulled in two different places. I... [Sighs] Is it petty of me to -- to be annoyed that Devon is...sleeping with my co-host, or do I really just miss him? And if I miss him, how long is that gonna last? And did I make the right decision, or is this gonna be the biggest mistake of my life? I... so I am not the woman that you thought that I was. I am just a wreck.

Jordan: You know what you are? Human. You can't just turn your feelings off for someone like a heater in the car, no matter how much you want to.

Hilary: I really, really want to.

Jordan: You don't have to do it on my account. All I ever wanted from you was honesty. And tonight you delivered it, so...thank you.

Hilary: I just wanted you to know that I'm sorry, okay? And... I am trying.

Jordan: That's good enough for me.

[Cell phone chimes]

Jordan: [Sighs] It's brash & sassy. Something important's happening at the office. I got to get there ASAP.

Hilary: You should go. We will continue this later. I mean, if we're good.

Jordan: We are now. All right? I'll see you.

Noah: Hey, I seen you around. Great to finally meet you.

Scott: Likewise. We know a few of the same people.

Noah: Right.

Scott: But this one I think might be my favorite.

Noah: You know, oddly enough, mine, too. So, can I get you two kids an out-of-the-way booth, dark, cozy?

Sharon: Noah, please don't make me regret leaving the Newman compound.

Scott: And nothing too cozy. It's a school night. I got to get her back to the compound kind of early.

Noah: How's this?

Scott: That's great.

Noah: Hey, you! Ah! I was starting to worry I'd have a Tessa-free lineup.

Tessa: Well, your crazy grandmother forced me to move into her house. Can you believe that?

Noah: That's great! Uh, did you have a hard time getting out of your lease or...?

Tessa: Oh, I didn't have one. I was in a temporary situation that I am very glad to be out of. Well, I should go tune up, I mean, if you want me to sound halfway decent.

Noah: Well, that's our slogan around here. "Halfway decent entertainment or your tap water's free."

Tessa: Oh.

Noah: Yeah. Uh, you can put your bag and your guitar case in the executive suite.

Tessa: Ooh. Well, thank you.

Noah: You got it.

You better be good, honey.

Bonsoir, chocoholics, and welcome to our lesson featuring my heavenly soufflé au chocolat! [Chuckles]

Phyllis: You speak French like I cook. Come on, girl. Don't let me down.

Lily: My god, I have so much to do before getting on a plane in a few hours. I guess it makes it more exciting, right?

Billy: I think so.

Lily: Kind of like a high-wire act, riding a unicycle, juggling chainsaws.

Billy: You can do that? Don't tell me. I'll put it in the commercial.

Lily: Yeah, funny.

Billy: Listen, I know you got a lot to do, but this is gonna be phenomenal, okay? With this team, we're gonna power through anything.

Lily: Okay.

Billy: Good.

Juliet: So why are you shutting down? This isn't about you and me and what happened in --

Cane: All right, it's not about us, okay? It's about the commercial and Victoria's indulging Billy to make a point, and I just let it get to me. Just, I just want to drop it, okay?

Lily: Hey. What's wrong?

Sharon: Hmm. What should we drink to?

Scott: To all the many things there are to know about you.

Sharon: [Chuckles] Sounds like you have a list of questions prepared already.

Scott: Oh, always.

Sharon: I guess that is your chosen career.

Scott: Yeah, but I've always been like this. I was a very nosy child.

Sharon: Well, I think we might have time for one question before the show starts.

Scott: I'm just a little curious about something you mentioned earlier, um, when you were outlining your topics for your rant.

Sharon: Oh. What was that?

Scott: Something about a crisis hotline.

Sharon: Yeah, that's a mental health program. It's run by the city, and I got course credit for doing the training, which I just finished. And then at the end of next semester, I write up a paper about my volunteer experience, which also counts as a class.

Scott: Hope that's not the only reason you're doing it.

Sharon: No. I'm also hoping to benefit financially.

Scott: Oh.

Sharon: Yeah, at the end of each call, I plan on adding a signature tag line. "There's no crisis that can't be helped with a large coffee from crimson lights."

Scott: Okay, I, uh, I deserve that.

Sharon: Completely.

Scott: Yeah.

Sharon: [Chuckles] Really, uh, the truth is, I could have benefited from having a number to call some of the times when I had a dark moment, but... I'm really looking forward to this opportunity.

Scott: I admire that. As someone who's been on the edge, alone, more than a few times, you know, hearing your voice at the other end of that line would have certainly been helpful.

Sharon: You know, someone once said this to me, and I never forgot it. Once you climb up a ladder, you don't just pull it up after you. You look down and you see if there's anyone else who needs a hand up.

[Guitar strumming]

Reed: Relax. It's just me.

Tessa: Sorry.

Reed: [Chuckles]

Tessa: I guess I should stick to decaf after dark.

Reed: Yeah, well, I didn't even think you'd be here. Noah and I were talking about it.

Tessa: Oh, I should have called to confirm. With moving today, I was just crazy busy.

Reed: I heard. Noah was telling me that, uh, you moved into my grandparents' place. That's pretty rad. I bet it's a big upgrade from where you were before.

Tessa: Well, I don't know. Between that and my villa in Ibiza. [Chuckles] Uh, do you still want to do that thing as a duet? I heard you were working on it as a solo thing.

Reed: Are you kidding me? We wrote that song together so we could debut it here.

[Knock on door]

Noah: You guys ready? Showtime.

Reed: All right, I'll meet you out there.

Tessa: All right.

Noah: Break a leg.

Tessa: Do you have insurance for that?

Noah: Hmm.

Tessa: Hmm.

Noah: Maybe.

Tessa: Hey, Noah. Thanks.

Noah: Yeah.

Cane: My nerves are a little frayed 'cause I hate rushing to stuff, 'cause you know that's how mistakes are made.

Juliet: We're just trying to make sure everything's in place. This commercial is happening in 48 hours, as I'm sure you've heard.

Lily: Yeah. [Chuckles] So I called the kids, and I gave them the heads-up.

Cane: Thanks, baby.

Lily: Yeah.

Billy: Jordan's in. Love this guy. Professional right here. Thanks, buddy.

Jordan: Man, don't worry about me. It's all good. But to make the best use of our day tomorrow, we should sign off on lily's wardrobe for my behind-the-scenes stuff.

Cane: Oh, that's all right. You got it, all right? I'm a little swamped.

Jordan: All right, cool. See ya.

Cane: Hey, hey, hey, hey. Come here. I'm sorry, okay? I'm sorry about the way I reacted about the commercial. This is a big deal for you, okay? And I just...I just want it to go off without a hitch. That's all.

Lily: Thank you.

Cane: Okay.

Lily: I do, too. And look, I know that you're busting your butt trying to make this happen and being a team player and all, but you really have to dial back the tension I walked in on, especially in front of Billy.

Cane: I'm still in shock with Billy's plan, you know, and the fact that Victoria went along with it without consulting me. I mean, she's just doing it so she can look cool about the fact that, you know, he's sleeping with Phyllis again.

Lily: Well, either that, or Victoria loves the idea of Billy being 2,000 miles away from Phyllis.

Phyllis: Okay. All right. Mmm.

[Timer dings]

Phyllis: [Humming] Here we go. Okay. Please, please, please, please, please. Please, please. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. Oh, my god. It's hot. It's hot. Come here. Come here, baby. Come here. Come here. [Gasps] My sweet girl. [Laughing] Oh, my god. I've only actually gone and done it. Magnifique.

Victoria: Thank you, mom. I'm sorry to just drop by like this. I know you're busy with the benefit and everything.

Nikki: Oh, honey, you're fine. I was hoping to get down to the underground for open mic night, but I just finished my last donor call.

Victoria: Oh. How did those go?

Nikki: People do seem to be more generous during this after-dinner cocktail hour, but it also makes them much chattier.

Victoria: [Chuckles] Well, perfect timing, then. I was just wondering if you could drop by the house while I'm out of town and check on the kids. Hannah's gonna be there, but I would just be a lot happier if you could check in on them, too. I suddenly have to fly to L.A. Last minute.

Nikki: Oh, really? For brash & sassy? I'm happy to help. But isn't one of the joys of running your own company the ability to delegate last-minute things like red-eyes?

Victoria: [Chuckles] Should be, but even if I could, I wouldn't. I know that this is Billy's commercial project, and I want to be there for it. I want to be there for him.

Nikki: Billy, huh? Does that mean the two of you are --

Victoria: No, mom. At the moment, no, we're just coworkers. He's back with Phyllis.

Nikki: Oh, dear god.

Victoria: No, it's fine. It is what it is. He doesn't know the actual reason, but he knew that I was shutting him out.

Nikki: [Sighs] I am so sorry.

Victoria: Don't be, mom. Please. Phyllis may be winning, but I am still in the game.

Hilary: That is so exciting! Yes, count me in! Really? How much excitement can one girl take? Yeah, me, too. Okay, I'll see you there.

Mariah: Hi. When you're done with all your excitement, there's a couple things that we have to go over for tomorrow's taping schedule.

Hilary: Rip it up. It is all gonna change. See, that was Jordan, and he is going to be doing some work in L.A., And I'll be joining him.

Mariah: Come again?

Hilary: Well, it's the perfect opportunity for the show to go Hollywood.

Mariah: Wait, taping segments with actual show-biz glitterati?

Hilary: Exactly.

Mariah: That's amazing. I love this idea. And I haven't been to California in years.

Hilary: Ohh, uh...

Mariah: Really?

Hilary: I would love for you to come, honey. I would, but I need you here running things. And you have that summer salad spectacular to tape.

Mariah: Oh, right! While I'm here, do you also want me to scrub down the bathrooms?

Hilary: Okay, what is with the snippy attitude? I thought that you would revel having Devon and Genoa city all to yourself for the next few days.

Mariah: While you whisk away to Tinseltown to enjoy Jordan, among other attractions.

Hilary: Uh-huh.

Mariah: It's fine. Devon mentioned something about taking the private jet to new York for dinner one night. Which reminds me, I just spoke to our budget guy. So don't expect anything above coach. Middle seat, cash bar.

Hilary: [Sighs]

Victoria: Nick said that if I want to get Billy back, I have to be myself. And the honest truth is, I haven't been. Not ever since we found out what dad did with Chloe. I've had to lie, I've been evasive and distant with Billy.

Nikki: You know, maybe it was a mistake, my suggesting that you tell Billy that my ms had flared up again.

Victoria: Mom, I didn't realize it, but it was already too late. Billy and Phyllis had already gotten back together. I played right into her hands. You know, I wouldn't be in this position right now if it hadn't been for all the horrible things that dad has done. He is the one who's responsible for this.

Nikki: Don't you ever forget that you and Billy still share a very deep connection.

Victoria: [Sighs] That I'm well aware. We have the kids. We have the business. What does Phyllis have to offer Billy?

Nikki: [Scoffs] Besides the obvious?

Victoria: That and a constant reminder of his wrecked relationship with jack.

Nikki: Yeah, well, that situation hasn't improved very much, has it?

Victoria: I'm not giving up. I have a small window to make things right, and this trip is it. Lying because of dad may have cost me a chance with Billy, but I think California might just be the place to get that back.

Billy: Cane, can you and Jordan confer about the promos, and, lily, Juliet has your wardrobe if you want to take a look.

Lily: Yeah, sure. Right away.

Cane: Hey, what's up?

Jordan: Since I'm taking stills and video of lily before and after the commercial, I figured you'd want to take a look at this list of iconic L.A. Spots, places we can use as backdrops.

Cane: Griffith park observatory, Malibu beach, rodeo drive, Hollywood bowl.

Jordan: Billy says that he wants to hit as many of these places as possible.

Cane: Are you concerned?

Jordan: It's no big deal to me. I've been on plenty last-minute shoots. You all go in with a pretty ambitious want list.

Cane: And?

Jordan: And the clock is the clock, you know? The most capable team can only do what they can do. When you're in this kind of rush, things happen. Things go right. Things go wrong.

Cane: Yeah, they sure do. Well, hey, I know you'll do your best.

Lily: I love this. This is very L.A.

Juliet: Isn't it?

Lily: Mm-hmm.

Juliet: Billy, any thoughts?

Billy: Lily in any of those? What's not to like? Damn it.

Juliet: Anything wrong?

Billy: No, I just missed a text. I got to duck out of here for a second. Is that all right?

Juliet: Yeah, we got this. Right, Lil?

Lily: Yeah, clothes are fantastic.

Billy: Great. Cane, I got to bounce. Something came up. I won't be long.

Cane: Hold up, hold up. Jordan, can we have a second?

Jordan: Yeah, no problem.

Cane: All right. Listen, I know you're not concerned with my opinion, but I'm gonna give it to you anyway.

Billy: That's fine. Like I said, I got to go.

Cane: Okay, listen, there is still time to do this commercial the right way, okay, with a top director and a schedule that's not gonna blow the budget, Billy.

Billy: Hey, I know where you're coming from. Vicki and I both appreciate your concern. But listen, if you want to go big, you got to make a splash, and we're gonna big here. I know it's a risk, but that's life sometimes. We're going all in, cane, so stop trying to talk me out of it.

Cane: Okay. That's exactly what I'll do.

Reed: A little more

Both: Da, da-da-da da, da-da-da

Are we at a funeral?! I came for some rock 'n' roll! Put on a record and she can dance for us!

Reed: ...Life's redemption comes in a package for two


Reed: Forget about him. He's an ass. You were amazing.

Tessa: Good. He finally left.

Noah: Sorry about that jerk, guys.

Tessa: It's whatever.

Noah: Hey, reed and Tessa! Is it just me or are they gonna be stars?


Tessa: I'm just gonna grab my case.

Reed: Okay.

Noah: Hey, let's keep it going for, uh, our next performer. He's straight from Milwaukee. Freddie flamenco.


Hey, honey. [Slurring] Sorry, but booze makes me run my mouth sometimes. [Chuckles]

Tessa: It's fine. Just forget it.

Come on. Let me take you out for a drink, Angelface. Aah! [Groaning]

Noah: Hey, hey, hey! Stay right there! Hey, what happened?

The crazy bitch just attacked me!

Noah: Watch your mouth! This guy put his hands on you?

Tessa: Yeah.

Noah: Get the hell out of my bar before I call the cops. Get out of here! It's okay. He's gone. It's okay.

Sharon: [Sighs]

Scott: Points to you for that inspired suggestion.

Sharon: Inspired by me just trying to avoid an uncomfortable conversation?

Scott: However we got there, I really enjoyed it.

Sharon: Me, too. And I've been wanting to check out Noah's open mic night, but you know me and my scheduling issues.

Scott: Yeah, finals are almost over, but you still have some studying left, so I will not keep you up. But when you do have some time, and if you want to talk about anything, uncomfortable or not, you don't need to call the hotline. You got me.

Sharon: You seem to think I have all of these deep, dark secrets I'm hiding away, but I bet yours are just as dark.

Scott: Ooh.

Sharon: And don't look so surprised. I've heard a lot of what you've been through. Not from you, of course. But I know that it must have been rough.

Scott: Maybe that's why we found each other. We're, uh, under-sharers.

Sharon: [Chuckles]

Scott: Yeah, you got to admit, it keeps things interesting.

Sharon: Very interesting.

Scott: Okay. Good night.

Victoria: Before the whole schedule got moved up, I have been making plans with Hannah to bring the kids out so that Billy and I could take them to san Diego after the shoot.

Nikki: Is that still a possibility?

Victoria: I am gonna make it a reality for two reasons.

Nikki: Much-needed family time for the kids.

Victoria: And some just as crucial family time for their father, who also happens to love theme parks and the zoo.

Nikki: Hmm. Very clever of you showing Billy what he's been missing out on.

Victoria: And that there are things that I can give him that Phyllis just never can.

Billy: I'm so sorry.

Phyllis: [Laughs]

Billy: I just got your last text a few minutes ago. It's been a crazy day.

Phyllis: You are a very busy, busy man, but you happen to be right on time.

Billy: For what?

Phyllis: [Gasps] For your surprise.

Billy: Did you do all this for me?

Phyllis: [Laughs]

Billy: Oh, my gosh. You -- you cooked?

Phyllis: I cooked the dessert.

Billy: That is a surprise.

Phyllis: Yeah. You know, keeping life real, unexpected.

Billy: [Sighs] I'm sorry. I, uh...

Phyllis: What's wrong? Oh, don't tell me you have to rush back to the office.

Billy: I got to go to the airport. I got to go to L.A. ASAP for just a few days.

Phyllis: For the commercial.

Billy: Yes, we've had a time crunch thing. We got to shoot the day after tomorrow. And I'm so sorry. This looks amazing. I can't believe you went through all this trouble. I feel terrible.

Phyllis: No, no, no, no! Are you kidding? No. That's the fast-paced, high-stakes world we live in. No, this was nothing. This was... you have to hurry! So... okay.

Billy: You sure?

Phyllis: Yes.

Billy: I'm sorry.

Phyllis: I'm sure. I'm gonna be cheering you on, okay, from here while you pull off a must-see commercial 48 hours from now, okay? All right. I insist.

Billy: Okay.

Phyllis: Yep.

Billy: I'll call you from L.A.

Phyllis: Okay. I know you will.

Billy: Bye.

Phyllis: Bye.

Billy: [Sighs]

[Door slams]

Phyllis: [Sighs] [Sighs] Man.

Next on "the young and the restless"...

Ashley: I think that you're obsessed with my brother, who just so happens to be in los Angeles with his ex-wife.

Billy: This is all you. You made this happen.

Lily: [Laughing] Oh, my god!

[Laughs] It's me! [Laughs]

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