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Episode # 11195 ~ Phyllis & Victoria vie for Billy's attention; Michael counsels Victoria; Ashley takes control.
Provided By Suzanne
Phyllis: I know you and cane have had your issues, but you don't really think he's guilty, do you?
Billy: Honestly, I don't know what to think right now. Either way, this lawsuit is enough to cause major damage. Brash & sassy was on shaky ground already dealing with the hockey-footage mess-up. And Victoria just smoothed everything over with the league. Now she's dealing with this.
Phyllis: So, she's taking the lawsuit personally?
Billy: Yeah. She's obsessed with winning. I understand that. But I'm worried about her. It's a lot, and... I just don't want it to take its toll.
Phyllis: Well... you can make sure that you're there for her, to cover for her, you know, at work or with the kids. As an employee and co-parent, those are your responsibilities.
Phyllis: But Victoria's emotional well-being, well, that's not your problem.
Michael: I just got word from Leslie's office. She has agreed to an expedited discovery. So we will do it tomorrow at my office.
Michael: Yes. That's what we wanted, right?
Michael: So tell me why you look less than thrilled.
Victoria: What if Leslie agreed to this because she actually does have the evidence that they claim?
Michael: Sit down. Yeah.
Michael: Leslie agreed to this because Juliet was on the verge of dropping out of the whole thing, and Leslie's ego would hate that. Leslie still thinks she can spin this into a victory.
Victoria: Even though Juliet is her only witness?
Michael: The burden of proof is on them, and they have not been able to produce one shred of evidence.
Victoria: Yeah, I know. It does sound like they have an uphill battle. I just wish I was as confident now as I was going into this.
Lily: Hi. [Sighs] I was, um... I was just stressed about the lawsuit, if Juliet's dropping it, everything, I guess.
Cane: It's okay. I know this is hard on you, and, uh... you know, I'm glad you have a shoulder to lean on.
Cane: [Sighs] You're lucky to have such a good friend.
Jack: Try, mother. Try to put it into words, what you feel for graham.
Dina: Don't pressure me, jack.
Jack: Do you have any idea how hurtful it is to hear you talk about this man as if he's in the same category as your family?
Dina: You know, I thought my family wouldn't give me the time of day. It's so hard for me to accept your generosity.
Dina: Because I'm afraid of letting you down again.
Ashley: So, why would you think that I wouldn't be interested in your story? Do I really seem that self-involved to you?
Graham: Mm. You seem absolutely charming.
Graham: Yes. [Chuckles] I supposed I've just come to terms with you and jack tolerating my presence. I didn't think you'd care to delve any further.
Ashley: That's actually reasonable, considering that I don't even know your last name, graham.
Graham: Oh. It's Bloodworth.
Ashley: Well, Mr. Graham Bloodworth, I think we've made enough wrong assumptions about each other. What do you say about starting over?
Victoria: You know, I've been giving a lot of thought to the negative publicity that brash & sassy will have to endure, whether or not we beat this thing.
Michael: I'm right there with you. Maybe even a step ahead. I got, uh, Leslie to agree to a protective order.
Victoria: What does that do?
Michael: It seals all of the depositions. They won't be part of the public record, and they will be off-limits to the press and anybody else.
Victoria: That's good news.
Michael: They'll be conducted in private in my office.
Victoria: I still don't understand why Leslie would agree to something like this.
Michael: Oh, well, one would assume that it is not in Juliet's best interest to be branded a liar in the public record.
Victoria: That's true. That could put a damper on any future career plans she may have. All right. So, you said you wanted to go over my testimony for the deposition.
Michael: Yes. There are three key points. First, while she was working at brash & sassy, Juliet never reported being sexually harassed?
Michael: Second, she was fired for cause?
Michael: And finally, the decision to terminate her employment was yours entirely. Cane had nothing to do with it.
Michael: Then you'll be fine. Just remember, Leslie's the one who's gonna be asking the questions, and her goal will be to trip you up, get you to contradict yourself, and if possible elicit some strong emotional reaction that she can dissect and use against you later.
Victoria: All right, well, if I have to keep my emotions out of this, then that's exactly what I'm gonna do.
Billy: Victoria's the mother of my children. I'm always gonna be concerned about her well-being.
Phyllis: Believe me, I get it.
Billy: And that includes the times where stress takes a toll. [Clears throat] Look, it's not because she tells me about these things, it's not because she complains about them. It's because I know her, okay? I know how to read the signs. It's the same thing with you and jack, right?
Phyllis: In what way?
Billy: In the way that you still want what's best for him even though you're not together with him.
Phyllis: Well, I suppose. And I know it's different because jack and I don't have kids to consider. Look, it just seems that Victoria is... I don't know, occupying a lot of your time and attention lately.
Billy: Hey. I'm with you. That's why I moved in here, so I could be as close to you as possible.
Billy: 'Cause you're the only woman that I want.
Phyllis: I'm not questioning that commitment. It's just -- it's really more of an observation. Look, I know that Victoria is used to depending on you, and you're used to taking care of her. That's all.
Billy: Well, that will change. I mean, you'll see a difference in me once this lawsuit is figured out and everything goes back to normal. I can't help but feel a little bit responsible about what happened in los Angeles, and now Victoria is, you know, left to deal with the backlash of it. If none of that happened, Juliet would still be working at brash & sassy, and this lawsuit, it wouldn't even be a thing.
Phyllis: That's not on you.
Billy: But it does take time away from the kids. And I'm, you know, packing up and shacking up with my new roommate.
Phyllis: And she would never want you to spend time away from the kids, especially if you're feeling like you need a little extra dad time. Like tonight. I mean, you know, if you want, go over there. Surprise them.
Phyllis: Yeah. [Laughs] Yeah, have dinner with them. Convince them that vegetables taste good.
Phyllis: [Chuckles] Do it.
Billy: Did I tell you how great you are today?
Phyllis: No, I don't think so. Not yet.
Billy: You are great.
Lily: Thank you for stopping by.
Jordan: Yeah, sure.
Lily: So, is it official? Is Juliet dropping the lawsuit?
Cane: No. No, she's going ahead with it.
Lily: What?! But you seemed so sure!
Cane: I'm sorry.
Lily: So what happens now?
Cane: [Sighs] Well, Michael, uh, has to depose, you know, Juliet and me, and he says that he can hopefully make her crack under questioning, and she'll admit that she's fabricated the whole thing.
Lily: And then she'd have to drop the case. I hope he rips her lies apart.
Cane: Yeah, me too.
Lily: Another reason I was upset is because Hilary's planning on doing a story about this. Hey, hang on. Wait, wait. You are kidding, right?
Lily: No. [Scoffs] I went over and I confronted her.
Cane: And what'd she say?
Lily: She didn't deny it. But Jordan was there, and he couldn't believe that she would stoop that low. That's why he came by, to tell me that he tried to talk her out of it.
Cane: Yeah, well, that's trying to tell a buzzard not to eat roadkill, isn't it?
Lily: You know she's not just using her show as a platform for Juliet's claims, right?
Cane: No, she wants to destroy us.
Lily: And she's gonna enjoy every minute of it.
Jack: Mother, why would you think that you let us down?
Dina: You don't know me, jack. It's been too many years.
Jack: We want to. We all do. Ashley wants to. That's why I invited you to move back into our home.
Dina: Your home, not mine.
Jack: It is the Abbott family home, and you still have a place there. I don't think you realize how little dad changed that house after you left.
Dina: [Laughs] Oh, what do you mean? Of course he changed it. It was years ago.
Jack: No, no, no, no. It was a long time before he ever re-decorated one room in that house. I know... he was holding out hope that maybe you'd walk through that front door. I guess we all were. Dad wanted things the same. So that if you came back... it would be like you never left.
Jack: And it could've been. Dad would've forgiven you anything. The same for me.
[Knock on door]
Gloria: Excuse me. Jack, don't forget your meeting with the Fenmore's ad-buyers.
Gloria: Conference room. Two minutes.
Jack: Thank you, Gloria. Um...stay. [Stammers] Just relax. If you need anything at all, ask Gloria, all right? I'll be back.
Gloria: Well, how very thoughtful of you to stop by and bid jack adieu.
Dina: Well, as a matter of fact, I'll be staying in Genoa city a bit longer. Didn't jack tell you?
Ashley: How did you end up in Paris?
Graham: Well, like any other bored college student, I couldn't wait to travel. So when I finished school, that's what I did. I fell in love with the city of lights, so I stayed.
Ashley: And you have a background in business?
Graham: I've had a great deal of experience in business, yes. And as an entrepreneur, I know the difficulties of running your own company. I never actually wanted the corporate life until I met Dina.
Ashley: And then the two of you just kind of clicked?
Graham: [Chuckles] Something like that, yes. She needed someone with my skill set, and I needed a mentor, so it's been a successful partnership for both of us.
Ashley: So... there you were, an American in Paris.
Graham: [Laughs] Originally a Midwesterner, just like you.
Ashley: Oh, really?
Ashley: Specifically from...?
Graham: A small town where good, wholesome values are preached.
Ashley: But not always practiced.
Graham: [Laughs] Of course not. Honor, loyalty, family. I believed all of it.
Ashley: Yeah, it's a lovely vision. Until you have to live it every day.
Graham: Believe me, I know all too well how complicated family dynamics can get. And I'm in no position to judge.
Ashley: Why do you say that?
Hilary: Hey. I missed you. I'm glad you came back.
Jordan: I was just at Lily's.
Jordan: Yeah. She's going through hell because of this lawsuit.
Hilary: I realize that, okay?
Jordan: And the thought of you turning this into scandal headlines about her marriage... she's a wreck, Hilary.
Hilary: I was sitting here, okay, and I was rehearsing what I was gonna say to you if you gave me a chance.
Jordan: Yeah, I bet you were.
Hilary: I didn't create the situation, okay? I'm just reporting on it like any other reporter would, because it happens to be my job. But saying it out loud like that, yeah, it... I hear how false it is. There's no way to separate history from facts with lily. It was influencing my decisions, and it was turning any kind of story into a personal vendetta. But, fortunately, nothing is prepared on the story, so no harm done.
Jordan: So...what? You're dropping it?
Hilary: Yeah. I'm stepping back. I'm stepping back from any involvement in this lawsuit. In fact, Juliet asked me to be a witness at her deposition, and I said no.
Jordan: Wait. Juliet called you as a witness? You don't work for brash & sassy. How would you know what did or didn't happen between cane and Juliet? Unless your involvement in this is way deeper than what you've told anyone.
Baa baa black sheep,
Dina: Why don't we get together sometime and have lunch?
Gloria: You and me?
Dina: We've got a lot in common, you know.
Dina: We're both ex-wives of john, and care deeply for jack.
Gloria: Actually, I am john's widow.
Gloria: As for jack, I work for him. Executive assistant.
Dina: Oh, come on, Gloria. I know you're sleeping with him.
Gloria: [Exclaims] Excuse me, I beg your pardon, but that is a huge mistake. I mean, we are not -- I mean, we have not ever --
Dina: Oh, just relax, honey. Don't get your knickers all in a hissy fit.
Gloria: I am just not comfortable having this conversation right now.
Dina: Well, all the more reason why we should have lunch. I'm just trying to understand my son. And what makes him happy these days.
Gloria: Well, if and when you figure that out, would you please tell me?
Dina: Oh, I certainly will.
Lily: Look, my main concern right now is the impact this is gonna have on Mattie and Charlie. You know, as far as I know, they don't know anything, but they need to hear this from us.
Cane: I don't want to dump this on them at all, so... I don't know. Maybe we just don't tell them until we have to.
Lily: No, cane, it's too risky. They -- they could hear it from somebody else. What if my dad or Devon makes some offhand remark, and they start asking questions? It's just too hard to keep things under wraps these days. Listen, we have to be on the same page about this.
Cane: You're right. They should hear it from us. I'm just... I'm just sickened that they're gonna think that I'm the kind of man that could do this.
Victoria: [Sighs] I want you to be honest with me, Michael. What's the worst-case scenario?
Michael: Juliet insists that we take this to court, and we have to do it all over again. Then it's in the hands of the judge or the jury.
Victoria: I just hate the thought of this dragging on day after day, with Juliet and Leslie inflicting as much damage as they can. [Sighs]
Michael: You have to remember, Juliet's the one who stands to really get hurt here. You fired her for cause. You treated her very fairly. Better than most employers under the circumstances. You even offered to give her a good reference. If she pursues this, she could incinerate any chance she has of getting another job in your industry, and many others.
Victoria: Why can't she see that?
Michael: I have handled dozens of cases with... ambiguities that could have gone either way. This isn't one of them.
Victoria: You're not just saying that, right?
Michael: As your attorney and your friend, we have the facts, and they're on our side.
Jordan: You might as well tell me what it is that Juliet wanted you to reveal under oath.
Hilary: It wasn't like that. She just -- she wanted me to be a character witness, that's it. But I realized that there was a conflict of interest, and that's why I stepped back. You were right to call me out. Okay? It was a reality check, and... I need those sometimes. More than I like to admit. Okay? I'm trying to be better. I want to... I want to just let go of old grudges and petty resentments. But I do, I... I slip up. Well, you know, the best thing about you is that you -- you challenge me. So I need you to help me stay on this path. I want to be a woman that you can be proud of. Okay?
Jordan: You know who you should be proud of? Whoever taught you how to act. Because you're right up there with viola Davis and Meryl Streep. And the only thing that you regret about your plan to trash lily and cane is that I caught wind of it. Good luck on your new path, Hilary. You'll need it.
Michael: Mwah! It's lovely to see you, as always, but unfortunately Lauren is at Fenmore's.
Phyllis: Oh, that's no problem. I actually came to see you.
Michael: Hmm. Could this perhaps be regarding the case, the one in which I am bound to secrecy due to attorney-client privilege?
Phyllis: I am not looking for anything private, okay? I just need to know how long it's gonna take, that's all. Just, you know, best guess.
Michael: [Chuckles] May I ask why this is of interest to you?
Phyllis: Well, I know that I could be sounding pretty selfish right now, considering how serious those charges are that you're dealing with, but I got a feeling that Victoria might be using this lawsuit to keep Billy as close as she can.
Michael: Uh-huh. Go on.
Phyllis: Well, you know... she's not dumb. She's certainly not the histrionic type, but... I don't know. It's more subtle, you know? It's like she's putting on this vulnerable act around Billy, just enough so that he thinks she's on the edge of a nervous collapse.
Michael: I have not observed that. But I have to admit, the recent meetings have been focused on Juliet and the charges.
Phyllis: Yeah, well, Billy blames himself for that entire mess. If it wasn't for that stupid hockey-player footage airing, you know, this lawsuit, I don't think, would even be happening.
Phyllis: Victoria knows how Billy feels, and I think that she is willing to exploit those feelings. Then, of course, there's the co-parenting thing. And, quite frankly, I think she wants me out, because she wants to be in.
Michael: I always tell you the truth. That's why you're here. So I have to tell you, the pressure Victoria's under is quite real.
Phyllis: She can handle it. She's neither weak nor helpless. And these days, she's more like victor than victor.
Victoria: Hi. I thought you were working from home?
Billy: I thought you'd still be at the office. I just wanted to come and see Johnny and Katie. Are they upstairs?
Victoria: Actually, mom took them this afternoon. Pony rides with cousin faith, so...
Billy: Surprise dinner with dad doesn't really compete with that.
Victoria: Well, she's bringing them back before dinner. You're welcome to join us if you like.
Jack: Sorry, mother. That took longer than I thought it --
Gloria: She went back to the club.
Jack: Well, she was never great about sticking around. You'd think I'd remember that after how many years?
Gloria: Are you okay? I mean really okay?
Jack: I'm fine. I'm just beginning to wonder why I spend so much time worrying about my mother.
Gloria: And her "companion"?
Jack: You know what, whatever graham is or isn't, maybe I should just leave it alone. She seems happy.
Gloria: Yeah, she does. But looks can be deceiving, especially where personal relationships are involved.
Jack: Ever since she got to town, I have been living in the past -- rehashing mistakes, hers and mine, and all the drama that goes with them. You know, it hasn't done me one bit of good. Maybe I should have just let things alone and let her go back to Paris like she planned.
Gloria: Mm-hmm. I don't think you mean that, jack. I think you've spent many years wishing she was part of your life, and giving you what a mother is supposed to give. Love. Approval. You never grow out of that stuff, jack.
Jack: I probably just spent most of my life thinking I would one day have those things. I never in my wildest dreams thought I'd be competing for them with the likes of graham.
Gloria: Oh. You're jealous. Because he has more of her than you do. Oh, god.
Jack: Did she say anything before she left?
Gloria: Yes, she did. She said quite a bit. She thinks we're a thing.
Jack: I hope you cleared up that misconception.
Gloria: [Sighs] Yeah, well, I guess that straightens that out, huh? Whatever we had is over, or has been for a long time, and naive Gloria just didn't quite catch on.
Jack: Well, we both know how this started. Gloria, you got what you wanted. You have a great income, and the right kind of benefits -- medical and dental.
Gloria: Can't argue with that. Come on, it was fun while it lasted, wasn't it?
Jack: I'd like to think of it as a mutually beneficial arrangement.
Gloria: [Titters] Well, ain't you romantic.
Jack: Gloria, I thought we agreed you didn't need anything more, that we both didn't need anything more complicated.
Gloria: It's true. I just started looking forward to sneaking around with you. Thought you did, too.
Jack: Why are we talking about --
Gloria: Oh, stop it. Stop it. Stop it, jack. Just relax. Just relax and forget I ever said anything. It was what it was. We are adults. You're moving on. Hmm.
Jack: I'm trying.
Gloria: Mm. You keep that up. I'm going back to my desk and earn some of those very special benefits you were talking about.
Graham: My mom and dad, they weren't just madly in love. They were, from all appearances, the perfect couple. I always thought it so strange as a kid, all the jokes I'd heard in movies and from my parents' friends about how marriage was really horrible, and husbands and wives could barely tolerate each other's existence. Mine truly enjoyed spending time together. Till I saw it all fall apart. To the point where they could barely stand to speak to one another.
Ashley: That must have been awful for you.
Graham: Heartbreaking. Hard to understand. [Sighs] But you learn to adapt, because life goes on.
Ashley: I'm so sorry.
Graham: Well, that's why I learned not to care about outward appearances. So often they're wrong.
Ashley: So, are you still close with your parents?
Graham: Sadly, no. I wish I had had more time with them. You know, you and your brother and sister are so lucky to have Dina back in your lives. She is an amazing human being. I truly hope you can all make the most of it. [Scoffs, laughs] Listen to me. Platitudes abound. We should, uh, take off before we both start weeping.
Dina: Oh! Ashley, dear. What a lovely surprise.
Ashley: Yeah, I was just, uh, getting to know graham a little bit better. And I wanted to thank him for supporting your decision to stay in town a little bit longer.
Dina: Well, you know, he takes the best care of me.
Ashley: Mm. Well, it means a lot to me. And especially for Abby's sake.
Dina: Your daughter is a remarkable young woman, and I'm so very proud of you both.
Ashley: Well, thank you very much. That means a lot. Anyway, I've got to get back to jabot. Thank you, graham.
Graham: Pleasure, Ashley.
Dina: Bye, dear.
Billy: Thank you for the dinner invitation. My dad time's been a little curtailed with everything that's been going on.
Victoria: Yeah, well, they haven't exactly been getting a lot of mom time, either, ever since the lawsuit smacked us in the face.
Billy: Do you need help in the kitchen with anything, Vick?
Victoria: No. Actually, Hannah, super-nanny that she is, prepared everything right before she left. She has been putting in a lot of overtime around here.
Billy: Well, if you need help with anything with Johnny and Katie, you just say the word.
Victoria: Thanks. [Sighs] I know you've been picking up the slack at the office, though, and taking over a lot of Juliet's workload, and doing damage control and all that.
Billy: Okay, let's just be honest about this. You are the one that's being put through the wringer.
Victoria: I'm okay. I am fully confident that Michael is gonna take down Juliet.
Billy: Well, I hope you're right about that.
Victoria: And I have everything under control. I promise you it's gonna stay that way. Because I am very good at what I do. So you don't have to worry about me.
Devon: I got your text.
Hilary: I didn't think that you would come.
Devon: I almost didn't. But then I heard about the news feature you plan to run on lily and cane. So much for taking the high road, huh?
Hilary: Devon, if you could just let me --
Devon: What do you actually get out of this feud that you have with my sister? 'Cause I really don't understand it. You and I aren't together. You have no connection to her whatsoever.
Hilary: I decided not to run the story, okay? Nothing about cane or lily or the lawsuit.
Devon: So you're gonna make a reasonable decision not based on hate and resentment? That's a first for you.
Hilary: You know, I didn't sexually harass Juliet. And I didn't fire her. All I did was recommend a lawyer to a woman who came to me and said that she wanted to stand up for herself. Jordan doesn't believe me. No one else does, either. But it's the truth, okay?
Devon: Okay. So that's what happened today? Jordan's had it with you, and you decided to shoot me a text to see if I'd be susceptible?
Hilary: Well, you're here, aren't you?
Devon: I was.
Hilary: Devon, wait.
Lily: Mattie! Charlie!
Charlie: What's up?
Mattie: How long is this going to take? I really need to get through three more chapters.
Charlie: Yeah, and I got to leave for practice in a few.
Cane: It's not gonna be that long, but, um... sit down for a sec. We need to have a little family meeting.
Lily: It's really important. Uh, we think that you guys are mature enough to understand what's going on, and we want you to hear it from us.
Mattie: You both are acting kind of weird. How bad is it?
Cane: Uh... it's, uh -- it's gonna be fine. It's just -- just, uh... it's just a little complicated, okay? [Sighs] There's a lawsuit that's been filed against brash & sassy.
Oh, no. About the products? Is it a patent infringement?
Cane: No, baby. It's a harassment suit.
Mattie: What do you mean, "harassment"?
Cane: There's this woman there, her name is Juliet, and, uh, she was my interpreter when I went to Japan on business. And, uh... she's -- she's accusing me --
Mattie: Accusing you? What does she think you did? Oh, my god. Harassment. [Scoffs] You don't mean --
Lily: Listen. Listen. This woman, Juliet, she got fired from brash & sassy for making a mistake with my commercial. She's upset, and she made up these terrible lies about your father.
Cane: Yeah. And, uh, she's just mad now, and she wants more money from the company, and that's it.
Mattie: But she's not just saying the company abused her. She's saying that you... did something disgusting. And everyone's going to find out, right?
Cane: I ho-- I hope not, no.
Lily: This might not even go to court.
Lily: You know, this could dropped, and then no one would find out.
Cane: That's right. And, see, we just want you guys to be prepared. That's all this is.
Mattie: Okay. Um, thanks. I have to go and, um... you know. Homework.
Charlie: I knew something was going on with you and mom. Something you guys were trying to hide.
Dina: So, what was that all about?
Graham: Ah, just Ashley playing nice, trying to squeeze some information out.
Graham: Me. And my "agenda" where you're concerned.
Dina: Oh. Well, it seemed to me there was more to it than that.
Graham: [Scoffs] You can't be serious. Ashley's a beautiful woman, but we were trying to charm each other.
Graham: You know my devotion and loyalty are yours.
Dina: [Yawning] You know, I'm really tired. I'm going to go up to my suite.
Graham: I'll come with you.
Dina: Not necessary. Stay right where you are.
Ashley: Graham's last name is Bloodworth. Born and raised in the Midwest. Both parents deceased. Went to Paris after college. Never left.
Jack: Nice work. Anything else?
Ashley: Yes. His parents suffered some kind of horrible trauma that has scarred graham deeply. Therefore, he suggested that you, Traci, and I cherish our time with our mother.
Jack: Oh, this after he did everything he possibly could to keep us away from her? You didn't buy a word of that, did you?
Ashley: He's very skilled at sounding sincere, let's put it that way.
Jack: Well, he would have to be, to pull the wool over someone as smart as our mother.
Ashley: And I asked Ravi to do an extensive internet search on one graham Bloodworth.
Jack: I applaud the effort, but I don't think we have time for a deep dive into every online crevice. No, we need to get this guy out of mother's life today.
Jack: Okay, A.S.A.P. But trust me, Mr. Bloodworth is doing everything he possibly can to get our mother back on that plane and out of this country. We need to get her to turn on him. We need to get her to think differently about him. And by "we," I mean you.
Ashley: I'm sorry?
Jack: Well, you have a connection with him. You've said as much. You're gorgeous, you're smart -- devious when you need to be.
Ashley: Okay, you're clearly out of your mind, jack. Whatever concoction you've got going on, this grand scheme in your brain, just forget it, okay? Get a grip. Please.
Victoria: I promise you, I am not falling apart any time soon. If you want to worry about somebody... I nominate Phyllis. How about that? And if you want to make yourself useful, you can go set the table.
Billy: [Chuckles] Okay. I will get right on that.
Hilary: I can be more honest with you than I can with anyone else, because nobody knows me the way that you do.
Devon: All right. So, what do you want?
Hilary: I thought I wanted this show. Maybe I was wrong.
Devon: So, what do you want?
Hilary: I don't know! Okay? I always... I felt like you -- you were trying to control me all the time, okay, but maybe -- maybe you were just trying to protect me from my own worst instincts. Devon, you were my... you were my balance. You were my voice of reason. And now I have to be my own conscience, and... I get to do whatever I want to do. And I don't have to answer to anyone, and... and I like that. I do. I just... [Sighs] Except for times like this. When I don't know. I don't have a clue.
Devon: It's okay. It's okay.
Cane: Mate, your mum and I are fine, and there's nothing going on between us. It's just the case. [Sighs] You have an amazing mother. And I couldn't get through this without her, okay? And we have Michael Baldwin, who is Genoa city's best attorney, handling the lawsuit. So hopefully... it's just gonna go away.
Charlie: Yeah. No worries, dad. I mean, I know you wouldn't do something like this.
Cane: Come here. [Sighs]
Charlie: I love you, Dad.
Cane: I love you. It's gonna be okay.
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Jack (to Gloria): I hate that my mother is being exploited by him. Please help me out.
Michael: Leslie. Juliet.
Leslie: I'm surprised to see so many people here. That's an intimidation tactic.
Michael: My clients have every legal right to be present.
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