Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/26/17

Y&R Transcript Wednesday 7/26/17


Episode # 11222 ~ Jack plays games with Phyllis; Charlie meets Juliet; Hilary undermines Lily.

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Ashley: Hi.

Ravi: Hey. You're glowing.

Ashley: Spa day.

Ravi: Actually, I was referring to your inner glow. You got that look you get when you're about to solve a problem.

Ashley: I have a look for that?

Ravi: Yeah, you do.

Ashley: Okay.

Ravi: So, uh, everything with your mother and Abby was a success?

Ashley: It was enjoyable. And enlightening.

Ravi: And Dina?

Ashley: Happy and relaxed. She said something, however, though -- more like an aside. It got me thinking.

Graham: Are you currently taking calls from your son?

Dina: Jack.

Jack: Hello, mother. For a second there, I thought my call was going to voicemail.

Dina: Well, to tell you the truth, it almost did.

Phyllis: Let's stop talking about jack's agenda and start talking about us.

Billy: Okay, when are you gonna cook for me next?

Phyllis: What?! You're thinking about cooking?

Billy: Food consumed while naked always leads to dessert.

Phyllis: [Sighs] Okay, well, I'm gonna have to consult my recipe file and see what I can come up with that's tasty.

Billy: I can think of something.

Phyllis: Mnh-mnh.

Billy: What do you mean, "mnh-mnh?" Hey, hey, hey.

Phyllis: No, no, no, no, no. You have a conference call that's coming up. And I need to get back upstairs.

Billy: [Clears throat] Okay, well, synchronize that little clock of yours -- one hour from right now.

Phyllis: Do not promise anything you cannot deliver. Victoria might give you a whole workload.

Billy: She shouldn't, although she should be back by now 'cause we have a conference call.

Phyllis: Well, she's probably upstairs with Jack. I'll see you later, okay? Goodbye.

Billy: Bye.

Phyllis: You're very handsome. Victoria? Victoria. Victoria! Victoria!

Charlie: Hey. Oh, wait! Hold on.

Juliet: Oh, I was just trying to get the last of the afternoon sun.

Charlie: Here. I got you.

Juliet: Oh, no, I didn't mean for you to...

Charlie: It's my job -- saving lives, moving chairs...

Juliet: Oh! [Chuckles] Thanks.

Juliet: I don't know why, but you almost look familiar.

Charlie: It's probably the lifeguard gear. Wipes out all traces of individuality.

Juliet: [Chuckles]

Charlie: Can you, uh, keep a secret?

Juliet: Sure.

Charlie: All right, look, the sun stays in this exact spot 45 seconds longer than anywhere else on this rooftop.

Juliet: Well, no one will ever hear that from me.

Charlie: I'll grab you a towel.

Jordan: Okay. There she is. Way to knock out the competition.


Hilary: Whoa. Who knocked you out?

Jordan: Uh, nothing like that. Just playing a little basketball, you know.

Hilary: Rough game?

Jordan: Rough pavement. I was driving to score the winning basket, got tripped, and fell.

Hilary: Ouch!

Jordan: But I did manage to catch your show, though.

Hilary: You saw it?

Jordan: All the national feeds are picking it up. How did you manage to get that footage of the Newmans going at each other?

Hilary: Well, you know, good instincts and a good producer.

Jordan: Yeah. Mmm.

Hilary: Mmm.

Jordan: You should be proud of yourself.

Hilary: I am. Thank you.

Jordan: So, what are you gonna do as a follow-up?

Hilary: Well, Genoa city is fertile ground for hot stories. See, this one fell into my lap just as all the drama with Juliet was dying down.

Jordan: Mm, that one's not quite dead yet. At least not for lily.

Hilary: What did you hear?

Jordan: That the fallout from what Cane did is still falling.

Hilary: There's more?

Lily: So, what exactly did Jack say?

Cane: That he's not gonna hire me.

Lily: But the way you were talking before...

Cane: I know, I was sure he was gonna do it. If you heard the way he was talking, you would have thought the same thing. He was encouraging, he was enthusiastic.

[Sighs] Look, it's obvious something happened after I left.

Lily: But you don't know what.

Cane: Yeah, I do. It was Victoria.

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Jordan: Cane hasn't gotten anyone else pregnant or lost any more jobs, but lily's still getting slammed emotionally, financially...

Hilary: Yeah, I'm sure it's tough to have all of that dumped on you. All at once. So, do you want to see some of the unedited footage from after the concert?

Jordan: Any video of you on there?

Hilary: Some...

Jordan: How did you get Victor to sign off on airing that fight with his son?

Hilary: I have my ways.

Jordan: It's getting a lot of play.

Hilary: Yeah, well, it's too bad that even the biggest scoop only gets notice for 24 hours, tops.

Jordan: Before everyone starts obsessing over something new.

Hilary: And I want to get to that next level, I want to have a lasting impact.

Jordan: You'll get there soon.

Hilary: Shooting viral videos likes this? It's not nearly enough.

Jordan: Well, you keep changing it up. Vary the type of media, your presentation, your target audience. Keep delivering what works and dump what doesn't.

Hilary: Are you my cheerleader or my life coach?

Jordan: You can fly even higher than your dreams, as long as you believe.

Hilary: Flying high, huh? Seems kind of scary without a co-pilot.

Jordan: Welcome aboard.

Ashley: Are you sure you want to talk about this? I mean, it's family stuff...

Ravi: I wouldn't have asked if I didn't care.

Ashley: Okay. Well, towards the end of our spa experience, my mother actually told me that she's missing her company.

Ravi: You think she's having seller's remorse?

Ashley: Mm, I think it's less specific than that. I think it's more of a reaction to the jarring transition from such and intense lifestyle, something she hasn't experienced in a really long time.

Ravi: Well, she was working 14-hour work days at a major conglomerate to practically having all the free time in the world.

Ashley: Exactly. For somebody like my mother, that's a huge 180. You know, I just never thought what that would be like for her.

Ravi: That could explain why she's acting so distracted.

Ashley: I think she's still adjusting. And, actually, I think that it's harder than she thought it would be.

Jack: Even though we talked it out, I still feel like I have to make it up to you for allowing things to get as tense as they got between us.

Dina: There's no need, Jack.

Jack: Well, I'd love to see you. How's dinner sound? Are you starting to regret picking up my call?

Dina: Uh, no, no. I was just trying to remember if I have plans for tonight or not.

Jack: Or are you trying to think of a better excuse to get out of it?

Dina: Don't try to be so paranoid.

Jack: And it's not like me to be so rude that it compels you to slap me, either.

Dina: We both regret that. Well, you know, I'm thinking about it, and I think it would be wonderful for us to get together and put it all behind us. So I'm pleased to say yes.

Jack: And I'm pleased to hear it. Uh, the club, say, 20 minutes?

Dina: See you then. Where are you going?

Graham: I heard enough of your side of the conversation to know that jack's on his way over.

Dina: No, no. Please. Please stay. I may need a buffer. Just in case.

[Knocks on door]

Ashley: Hey. Hope we're not interrupting.

Jack: Uh, no, actually. I just got off the phone with our mother. I'm having dinner with her.

Ashley: Oh, really? Would you mind if I joined you?

Jack: Would I mind? No, I'd love for you to join me. I think I'd like to have a buffer.

Phyllis: Victoria. Victoria. You must have fainted. Are you okay?

Victoria: [Sighs]

Phyllis: Okay, you know what? I am gonna get some help, all right?

Victoria: No, no, no. Hold on. I'm fine. I'm okay. Don't call anyone. I'm good.

Phyllis: Obviously something made you pass out.

Victoria: I just -- you know what, I -- I'm probably dehydrated. I forgot to eat lunch again.

Phyllis: What about breakfast?

Victoria: Hmm? Breakfast? Usually. I was wrangling the kids and I forgot to eat.

Phyllis: When was the last time you got a physical? You really should talk to a doctor about this.

Victoria: Phyllis, I don't need a doctor to tell me that I need to eat more regularly, okay? Thank you. I feel better already. You don't need to hover. I'm not your responsibility. Please, just -- please don't tell anybody about this, okay? Because it's really -- it's embarrassing as it is.

Phyllis: You sure you're okay?

Victoria: I'm fine! See? Would I be able to walk away on my own steam if I wasn't? I'm -- I'm fine.

Cane: I mean, the only thing that makes any sense is that somebody got in jack's ear about not giving me the job at jabot.

Lily: But Victoria?

Cane: Well, brash & sassy! Is just downstairs, so it's not like they don't know what's going on and vice versa.

Lily: Look, I can't see Jack consulting Billy or Victoria on his personnel decisions. From what I've seen, Jack despises Billy.

Cane: Well, then it has to be Victoria. She's the one who did this to me.

Lily: Well, why would she?

Cane: Because she wants revenge.

Lily: Cane...

Cane: Sweetheart, I wouldn't put anything past her.

[Groans] I needed this job. It would have solved all of our problems, baby.

Lily: Look, just try and stay positive, okay? I know Jack changed his mind, but he obviously saw some value in your interview, and that means someone else will, too. Someone's who immune to the politics of it all, and you won't get in the middle of petty conflicts.

Cane: I don't care about the conflicts, I don't. All I want is to provide for my family, just get my relationship with my kids back on track, and just... just regain your trust. That's all I want.

Lily: Just don't lose hope.

Cane: I'm trying to stay positive. This is the lowest my life has ever been. I'm a complete disappointment to you, and this morning, the kids wouldn't even look at me.

Lily: I think the kids just need to get back to some sort of routine, you know? The way things were before.

Cane: Yeah, well, how's that possible?

Lily: I don't know. We start small. Like remember when you used to take time from work and you would prep Charlie for football season? You know, you'd practice passing and running drills?

Cane: Yeah, that was fun. It was like a summer tradition, wasn't it?

Lily: Look, why don't you go track him down at the club?

Cane: He's working.

Lily: Well, his shift is almost done, and I think there's plenty of light left tonight.

Cane: I will do it. It's gonna be better than sitting here and dwelling on this. Thank you. I love you, baby. You're a lifesaver. Okay.

[Door closes]

Lily: Hi, it's me. Um, do you have any time to talk later?

Charlie: And can I get you something to drink?

Juliet: I can manage that on my own, thanks, but I appreciate the towel and the chair and the perfect sunset view.

Charlie: Oh, no, thank you. We don't take tips.

Juliet: No one has to know.

Charlie: Look, you're being nice. That's tip enough. It beats some of the other guests around here -- and don't tell my boss I said that.


Juliet: [Laughs]

Victoria: Hey.

Billy: Hey. There you are. I, uh, didn't know you were on your way down. I would have delayed the conference call.

Victoria: Oh, I missed it?


Billy: Yeah. I figured you were still with Jack, that's why you didn't answer my text message, but, uh, I'll fill you in on everything.

Victoria: No, that's not necessary. You know, after dealing with Jack and this Cane situation, I'm just really relieved that I have someone here that I can rely on. I trust you.

Billy: Well, who wouldn't? I'm perfect. So, want to tell me what happened upstairs?

Victoria: Well, I am 99% sure that I managed to get Jack to reconsider hiring Cane.

Billy: Really. How?

Victoria: Well, I brought my mother into it. If Jack is really seriously interested in her, going for my company's jugular isn't exactly gonna make her very happy.

Billy: Smart move. Although, knowing Jack, he'll just find a sneakier way to come after us. He wants brash & sassy! To fail, and fail big time. He's made that much clear.

Victoria: Well, then, it'll be up to you and me to make sure that doesn't happen. And I know I can count on you because we're a team, aren't we?

Billy: We are, like batman and robin.

Victoria: Yeah, like, uh, Sam and Diane.

Billy: Bonnie and Clyde.

Victoria: Peanut butter and jelly.

Phyllis: So you didn't hire Cane.

Jack: Phyllis, I'm on my way to dinner.

Phyllis: Just tell me. I mean, after all of our discussion about what he could bring to the mix, you didn't give Cane the job.

Jack: I know you thought bringing him onboard was a good thing. I did, too, at first. Then after careful consideration, given the circumstances, I decided to pass.

Phyllis: What circumstances?

Jack: I'd rather not get into that right now.

Phyllis: Listen, it had to be something that Victoria said. I mean, she came in here ready to lop your head off. It must have been pretty intense, since she fainted right after she left you.

Jack: Fainted?

Phyllis: Yes, I found her just passed out cold in the elevator. She specifically asked me not to say anything.

Jack: And that's why you're telling me now.

Phyllis: Why is everybody caring about what Victoria wants, especially you? Jack -- why did you give into her like that?

Jack: Okay, your opinion is on the record, even though you haven't really hinted at what's in this for you.

Phyllis: What do you mean?

Jack: Well, it seems to me I'm kind of doing your dirty work here. If I put brash & sassy! Out of business, that very neatly gets Billy out of the business side of Victoria's life. If they spend less time together, it certainly makes things nicer on the home front for you, doesn't it?

Phyllis: Have a nice dinner, Jack.

Jack: Truth hurts, doesn't it?

Phyllis: Would I not like to see Billy and Victoria joined at the hip all day? Of course. They already share children. That's enough of a connection.

Jack: And I'm sure it's occurred to you that with Cane gone, Victoria will lean on Billy all the more. In fact...

Phyllis: "In fact," what, Jack? Just say it.

Jack: You know what, she was very upset when she left here. You're probably right in your theory that that's what made her faint, but... what if she fainted because she's pregnant? Wouldn't be the first time that happened. Oh! I got to go.

Phyllis: There's no way that's true, Jack!

Billy: That is a no on marketing, and that is it!

Victoria: Well, for you, maybe. I still have a few things I need to wrap up here. Oh, no!

Billy: What is it?

Victoria: There's just not enough hours in the day. Could you -- could you do me a favor?

Billy: Yeah.

Victoria: Could you take over for Hannah and watch the kids tonight? I've got this thing that I've got to go to, and I'm just not sure when I'm gonna be done.

Billy: Yeah, I'm always down to hang out with the kids. Of course.

Victoria: Thank you.

Billy: You want to tell me about it? Is there anything I should know?

Victoria: Oh, no, it's nothing to do with work.

Billy: Okay, then.

Victoria: I resisted before when someone suggested it, but I want to check in with my doctor. I -- I fainted before.

Billy: You fainted?

Victoria: It's not -- it's why I missed the conference call.

Billy: Where? When?

Victoria: Billy, it's just -- it's not a big deal, okay? I was dehydrated because I hadn't had anything to eat, and you know...

Billy: Conversation with Jack stressed you out?

Victoria: Yeah, and there's all these other stresses, too, right now. But I'm sure it's fine. At least I hope so. That's why I'm going to the doctor. He had a cancellation and so he said he could fit me in, which is a good thing.

Billy: Okay, well, don't worry about the kids. I'll take care of that. But do me a favor -- will you call me and text me if it's anything serious?

Victoria: You really do care about me, don't you?

Billy: Yeah, I do care about you. 'Cause we're partners, right?

Victoria: Yeah. Right.

Lily: I'm so glad I caught you while you were passing through town.

Barry: I was planning on checking in on you, anyway, hoping we can get back on the same page. And when you reached out to me, well, I take it you're not mad at me anymore.

Lily: No, I think I overreacted by firing you as my agent.

Barry: No hard feelings.

Lily: Well, thank for you being understanding.

Barry: Because I think that you and I can make a lot of money.

Lily: You do? Okay, good, 'cause I know that you were talking about broadening my base and sending me out for auditions, and I think I'm ready for that now. So I would love for you to put me up for whatever you think I'm right for.

Barry: Well, I would be happy to do that, but just so we're clear, you're not thinking of leaving brash & sassy!, Are you?

Lily: No, no, no. Definitely not. I -- I just... I don't know, I don't want to limit myself, and Victoria said that I could go out for things that aren't direct competition. I just want to do more, you know? More modeling, maybe try acting. If I can get another commercial like before, that'd be great.

Barry: And that, lily Ashby, is exactly what I wanted to hear. This is a commercial audition scene that was sent to me this morning. If you can get yourself on tape reading that, I'll submit it as soon as possible.

Lily: I didn't think this would happen so quickly.

Barry: But you can do it?

Lily: Uh, yeah. Absolutely.

Barry: Do you have someone that can help you with the technical aspects of it? Doesn't have to be too fancy.

Lily: Um, you know, I think I might.

Barry: Website information's on there, too, explaining where to upload the video when it's ready.

Lily: Okay, great. Well, thank you. I'll get on this right away.

Barry: Absolutely. I'll let you get to that.

Lily: Okay.

Barry: I'm anxious to see it.

Lily: Thank you.

Barry: All right. Bye.

Lily: Bye. Hey. Do you want to be my knight in shining armor?

Jordan: Got some dragons that need slaying?

Lily: I actually have a video that needs shooting. I have to be put on camera for an online audition.

Jordan: Sure, I'm up for that. Come over to GC buzz.

Lily: Um, I don't think Hilary would want me using the facilities there.

Jordan: Why would she have a problem with that? Hilary would be happy to help.

Charlie: Hey, you were drinking iced tea before, right?

Juliet: Oh, you didn't have to do that, but I'm glad that you did. Thank you.

Charlie: You're welcome.

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Jack: What? Hello there.

Dina: Hello! Ashley, what a lovely surprise. I took the liberty of inviting graham, as well. I hope you two don't mind.

Ashley: Well, I kind of invited myself along, so, um, what's fair is fair. Hello.

Graham: Ashley. Please.

Ashley: Thank you.

Graham: I'll find another chair.

Dina: Oh, dears. Oh, Jack, I'm glad we're doing this. Mwah!

Ashley: Oh, so you guys are gonna be able to play nice, I hope. I don't want to have to break up any fistfights here.

Jack: I've learned my lesson.

Dina: What's done is done, dear. And I'm looking forward to my future.

Ashley: Oh. Good. What kind of things are you gonna be involved in?

Dina: You mean now that I'm no longer involved with Mergeron?

Ashley: Well, yeah, you mentioned at the spa that you missed it, so...

Dina: Yeah.

Ashley: It must be very challenging for you, to go from working non-stop to hardly working at all.

Dina: I find ways to stay busy. Managing my investments and my philanthropy, I'm quite content. Oh, thank you. I am famished. Let's see what the specials are, shall we?

Ashley: Thank you.

Hilary: You offered up my studio space to lily? Just -- just like that?

Jordan: You're just pretending to be bothered.

Hilary: Listen to me --

Jordan: And you have a great heart, Hilary. Sure, you and lily have some history.

Hilary: We hate each other.

Jordan: That's overstating.

Hilary: Jordan, I am tell--

Jordan: Even if it's true, you don't kick even your worst enemy when they're down, am I right?

Hilary: You have either got some nerve or... our relationship is moving to a new level.

Jordan: Can't it be both?

Lily: Hi.

Jordan: Lily. Come on in.

Lily: I am very relieved that you were able to do this.

Jordan: What you got?

Lily: Um, options.

Jordan: All right. Let me take a look at them.

Lily: All right. Thanks. I know I'm not your favorite person, so I am doubly grateful that you're letting me do this here.

Hilary: Well, the show's over and the space and the equipment are just sitting here, so... hopefully this makes up for how I helped Juliet when she needed a lawyer.

Lily: Yeah, maybe.

Hilary: How are the kids handling everything?

Lily: We're just, you know, working hard to deal with it all.

Hilary: I actually really admire you, lily. Most women would have just kicked Cane out, end of story. But you're -- you're sticking by him.

Lily: Yeah.

Hilary: I'm sure that that means a lot to him.

Lily: We're a family, so...

Hilary: Well, I know I'm probably the last person that you ever expect to hear this from, but.. I really do hope that it works out for the two of you.

Lily: Yeah, you're right. You are the last person I would expect to hear that from.

Jordan: Ready to get to work?

Juliet: Are you sure about that tip?

Charlie: Absolutely. Um... let me know if you need anything else.

Cane: Hey.

Charlie: What's wrong, dad? Why are you showing up at my job?

Cane: Nothing's wrong, mate. You know, I was just wondering, you know, you finish work soon. I thought we could go to the club, you know, do some, you know, football drills, then go outside, pass the ball a little bit.

Charlie: Uh, you know, I'm sorry, I've got plans tonight.

Cane: All right, just, you know, the season's starting soon. I just want you to be prepared for it, you know?

Charlie: Yeah, maybe, look, let me get back to it before I get in trouble.

Cane: Sure. All right, mate. I'll see you later, okay?


Juliet: Don't look at me like that. I had no idea that that pleasant young man is your son.

Cane: I'm expected to believe you because...?

Juliet: Please, it's just a weird coincidence.

Cane: Ah.

Juliet: But you know what? He's a good kid. Polite, conscientious. You and lily have done a great job raising him.

Cane: Yeah, we're proud of him.

Juliet: I hope our child grows up to be just as well-adjusted.

Cane: Really? Do you have to do that? Really?

Juliet: It's not like I can pretend that I'm not pregnant or that the baby's not yours.

Cane: Okay, and it's not like I can't pretend that this is nothing but a complete and total disaster.

Juliet: If you have something on your mind, say it. Before this, you and I were friends, people who could talk to each other about anything.

Cane: Right.

Juliet: You know, maybe for this little baby's sake, we should figure out how to be that way again.

Cane: I know you're trying to reach out to me, but unfortunately, you've just caught me on the wrong day.

Juliet: Why? What happened?

Cane: Well, we can start with the fact that you're sitting here enjoying iced teas without a care in the world because you have Victoria's money in the bank while I'm trying to figure out how I can put food on the table for my kids. We can start with that.

Juliet: Come on, Cane. Getting fired never looks good on a résumé, but it happens to almost everyone eventually. And you've got years of experience and a very impressive skill-set to balance it out. I know firsthand how good you are with corporate finance and management, and some C.E.O. Will, too.

Cane: Yeah, well, I thought that, too. I even thought I had the job at jabot in the bag.

Juliet: It didn't pan out? How come?

Cane: I kind of think that maybe Victoria did something to torpedo me.

Juliet: Victoria?

Cane: She figured I was gonna go and talk to Jack, so she dropped everything and went to him to stop me from going to the competition.

Juliet: Jabot is one company out of thousands.

Cane: Well, I can't go anywhere with Victoria's reference if she's blackballed me, can I? And just when I think that my mistakes couldn't cost me any more, Victoria is gonna make me keep paying.

Juliet: Then why sit back and take it? Victoria may feel that she had cause to fire you from brash & sassy!, But she does not get to control the rest of your life.

Lily: [Sighs] Okay.

[Vocalizes] Let's do this.

Jordan: All right, and... cue. Good looks? Appealing. Flirtation? Intriguing. Chemistry? Hot. Low in calories and sinfully indulgent? Irresistible. How was that?

Jordan: Underwhelming.

Lily: I know! I feel like I'm spouting off a laundry list.

Jordan: Well, don't act at me, talk to me. Make every word an invitation to enjoy this decadent dessert with you.

Hilary: [Sighs]

Lily: Good looks? Appealing. Flirtation? Intriguing. Chemistry? Hot. Low in calories and sinfully indulgent? Irresistible.

Jordan: That's it! You nailed it!

Lily: Really?

Jordan: Yeah! There you go, all set and ready for you to upload to your agent.

Lily: Thank you so much. I really owe you one.

Jordan: Oh, come on, it was fun.

Lily: [Laughs] Um, thank you, Hilary.

Jordan: See? It wasn't that bad. And to repay you for your patience and your kindness, I want to take you out to dinner. Wherever you want, sky is the limit.

Hilary: Well, actually, I was hoping that you might be able to pick up some takeout? I just -- I have so much to finish here for tomorrow.

Jordan: Yeah, sure. Any preference?

Hilary: Uh, I'm in the mood for Thai.

Jordan: Usual spot?

Hilary: Perfect.

Jordan: All right. I won't be long, all right?

Hilary: Take your time.

Jack: Thank you.

Dina: [Stammers] I just can't decide. Graham, you know what I like.

Graham: Madame Mergeron ms. Mergeron will have the Chilean sea bass, medium, with haricot verts and rice pilaf.

Dina: Oh! And extra lemon, please.

Jack: And we'll have the sparkling rosé. I think you'll enjoy it.

Dina: Oh, I'm sure I will.

Jack: So, I've been meaning to invite you to take a trip up to the family cabin sometime soon -- before the end of the summer, anyway.

Dina: Oh, that cabin. It was so peaceful out there in the woods. You know, I haven't thought about that place in god knows how long.

Graham: When was the last time you were there?

Dina: I have no idea. Years and years. But there's one thing I do remember vividly.

Jack: Oh? What is that?

Dina: Well, when we were there, we would play a trivia game.

Jack: [Chuckles]

Dina: I crushed the competition. Do you remember that, Ashley?

Ashley: No, not really.

Dina: We were playing the game, and, uh, it was your birthday, Jack -- June 29th -- and we thought as a real treat, we'd let you stay up so that you could be my teammate.

Jack: Oh, I remember. I was on your team. She was so good at this! She remembered ancient history, she remember baseball stats.

Dina: I did, indeed. And we won because john could not remember the name of the first American female self-made millionaire.

Jack: That's right.

Dina: Do you remember the answer?

Jack: I do. We won with this answer. Her name was madam C.J. Walker, and she was an African-American woman who developed hair and beauty products.

Graham: Wow. You really had a mind for all those facts, huh?

Dina: Oh, I was the champion.

Ashley: Well, we should play sometime.

Dina: Oh, no, Ashley, you would trounce me now. I was too busy working to bone up on past history and pop culture.

Ashley: So I bet you can't name all the Kardashians.

Graham: Well, who can?

Dina: Well, now, let's see. There's the mom, Kris. And then there's Kourtney, Kim, Khloe, and Robert. Kendall and Kylie are Jenners.

Ashley: [Laughs]

Jack: Wow.

Ashley: Wow, indeed. Just think, with all your free time, your mastery of detail would become quite impressive.

Dina: Well, I never thought you were that interested in how I spend my days, dear.

Ashley: Well, it's just what you said at the spa. It just got me thinking. You know, you really downshifted your lifestyle when you sold Mergeron, and I don't know, a lot of people might regret making such a sudden change.

Dina: Do I miss all the excitement, the high-stakes decisions, and taking risks and watching them pay off? Certainly. But I really wish Neil and Devon would accept my advice more. But I probably wouldn't, either, if I were in their shoes. Well, if you're asking me, do I regret selling... I know you can't change the past. [Sighs] Things happen, so... I just, uh, don't dwell on it. Ooh! Look! The wine's here. Mmm, mmm, mmm. I'm looking forward to what you've chosen, Jack.

Phyllis: Oh, hey! You done? Listen, I was thinking about what we should cook up tonight.

Billy: Actually, uh, something came up.

Phyllis: Work?

Billy: No, personal. Victoria asked me to watch the kids tonight.

Phyllis: Oh. Oh. Does she have a date?

Billy: Not exactly. She's got a doctor's appointment. Apparently, she fainted, if you can believe that.

Phyllis: Wait a minute, she told you?

Billy: Did you know?

Phyllis: I'm the one who found her in the elevator.

Billy: Phyllis, why didn't you tell me?

Phyllis: Because she didn't want me to say anything, and then she told you.

Billy: Well, because she wanted to explain why she needed me to watch the kids last-minute.

Phyllis: All right, well, at least we'll have fun with Johnny and Katie like we did last time. Oh! And I found a new app...

Billy: That's actually what else I wanted to talk to you about.

Dina: Thank you, Jack. I had a fabulous time.

Graham: As did I.

Dina: Yes, and I'm awfully glad we were all able to stay civil through dessert.

Jack: I'm just glad we got past the tension of the other evening.

Dina: Oh, me, too. And you know what? I loved reminiscing about the cabin. And I'd love to go back.

Jack: Well, the ball's in your court there. As a matter of fact, how about this weekend?

Dina: Oh, that sounds just wonderful.

Jack: Great.

Graham: Dina, remember, you RSVP'd to that corporate art exhibition.

Dina: Oh, darn, you're right, I did. I'm always double-booking myself. But let's do it. And soon, hmm?

Jack: You bet. Good night.

Dina: Good night. Good night, dear.

Ashley: Bye. Sweet dreams.

Dina: Thank you.

Jack: I'll have the valet bring our car around.

Ashley: Um, I got to check my e-mail, so I'll be right with you.

Jack: Okay.

Ashley: Hey, Ravi, it's Ashley. Uh, could you call me back as soon as you get this message? I want to talk to you about tonight. I was able to draw my mother out a little bit more about what's going on, but there's something that she said -- actually it's more in her tone -- and I could be wrong, but... I think she could be suffering from depression.

Hilary: Good looks? Appealing. Flirtation? Intriguing. Chemistry? Hot.

Lily: Low in calories and

sinfully indulgent?


[Door opens] Hey, I thought you'd be with your dad. He was gonna take you out to practice.

Charlie: Yeah, well, I told him I was too busy.

Lily: And are you?

Charlie: Do we have to do this now?

Lily: Charlie, he's just trying to help.

Charlie: By pretending everything's okay? 'Cause it's not. Maybe you can act like it's all good, but I can't.

Victoria: What are you doing here, Cane? You know this is not appropriate.

Cane: I don't care what's appropriate, 'cause now I'm taking my cues from you.

Victoria: What the hell is that supposed to mean?

Cane: Where do you get off trying to destroy my life?

Billy: We did have fun. And we'll have fun again.

Phyllis: Okay, but why not tonight?

Billy: Because I think it's best that we just find the right time that works for everybody, out of consideration for Victoria.

Phyllis: Uh-huh, well, she seemed fine with me at the house the other night. I mean, did Victoria say something to you to make you think that she didn't want me there?

Billy: Not at all. Just the more I thought about it, I thought it was a little presumptuous of me just to invite you over like that. I... I don't know, you know, it's her house. They're her kids, too. You can understand that, right?

Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah. Totally.

Billy: Okay.

Phyllis: Yeah.

Billy: I'll check in with you later.

Phyllis: Okay.

Billy: Bye.

Phyllis: Bye.

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

Noah: If you want to rethink this partnership, just, you need to tell me now.

Victoria: Is Cane here?

Juliet: No, he's not here, but I just saw our baby for the first time.

Jesse: Hey, Cane! It's Jesse, your favorite cameraman. I need your help.

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