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Episode # 11244 ~ Jack encourages Phyllis to play dirty; Lauren takes a stand; Victoria faces a moral dilemma.
Provided By Suzanne
[ Doorbell rings ]
Victor: Come in.
Sharon: You'll be pleased to know I just saw faith. She's back from camp.
Victor: Oh. How is she?
Sharon: Oh, you know faith. She's great.
Victor: I've missed her. Seems a long time she's be gone. So, how did she enjoy camp?
Sharon: Well, I'm sure she'll fill you in on all that when you two finally connect, which would be happening right now, except that you, being you, threw nicholas out of his house. And now faith has to spend her first few days home from camp nowhere near the ranch. So way to plan ahead, victor.
Victor: Did I ask you to come in for you to give me a lecture about how to deal with my family? Now, if you'll excuse me...
Sharon: But it's not just your family, is it? What you do affects me. And now that you have escalated things with nicholas, I don't have access to my daughter on the nights that she's with her father. So, once again, excellent work, victor.
Nick: [ Sighs ] You owe chelsea an apology for that outburst.
Nick: And we're gonna try it again. This time, we're gonna mean it.
[ Sighs ] Okay. Come here. Look, it really hurts me to hear you talk like this, faith, you know? I get it, you know? You haven't gotten settled in here yet, but I promise you, I'm not doing this to try and ruin your life. I was really hoping you were mature enough to understand that. Look, I get it, you know? You come home from camp. It's got to be hard to find out that you live in a new place. I'm just asking you to give it a shot. Can you do that for me? You know, if -- if you have gripes, I want to hear about it. Is it your room? Is it something bigger than that?
Faith: It's a lot of things.
Nick: Okay, like what? Tell me.
Faith: It's hard to put into words.
Nick: Well, we're not gonna do that. If you have something to say, then just say it.
Jack: Keep me in the loop. Come in.
Dina: [ Giggles ] Hello. I just e-mailed you the, uh, figures you asked for.
Jack: Well, that was fast!
Dina: Well, I'm anxious to get back to parker and finish up the market analysis.
Jack: Uh-huh, and what comes after that?
Dina: Well, then, the report will be complete!
Jack: Well, I look forward to reading what you have to say.
Dina: Thank you, darling. I didn't realize how much fun it would be being hands on.
Jack: For what it's worth, family or no, I wouldn't have you here if I didn't value your expertise.
Dina: Okay, then. I am a little curious.
Dina: About why it was so important, this sales thing, that I had to drop everything.
Jack: An informed executive is a money-making executive.
Dina: Well, that's true, jack, but you only asked me to compare sales of jabot with brash & sassy and only at fenmore'S.
Jack: And what about that makes you curious?
Dina: Well, it seemed to be a pretty specific task.
Jack: I like knowing how the competition's doing.
Dina: Well, when you say competition, are you talking about brash & sassy, or your brother, billy?
[ Cellphone rings ]
Billy: Hey. What's going on?
Phyllis: Hey. Just checking in, seeing how your afternoon is going. I'm thinking of cutting out a little early. I wanted to see if you wanted to join me. And I promise I will make good use of our time.
Billy: That sounds amazing, but I'm working on something that needs to be done today. I'm not sure how far I'll get.
Victoria: Hey, billy, I've got the new ad layout, if you want to take a look.
Billy: Hey, uh, victoria just walked in. There's a few things that we need to go over. Can I call you in a little bit and let you know about later? Hold onto those thoughts, though.
Phyllis: Will do.
Victoria: Hope I'm not interrupting.
Billy: No, no. Not a big deal. You okay? I thought things were supposed to be looking up around here.
[ Laughs ] That's funny. It's more like realizing how far we have yet to climb. So I am gonna need the biggest, craziest ideas that you can come up with. Can you handle that?
Billy: Crazy ideas are my specialty.
Victoria: It's really comforting knowing that I can count on you.
[ Knocks on door ]
Ashley: Hi, I have that tech information I wanted you to go over. Should I just leave it on your desk?
Ravi: Yeah, sure.
Ashley: Okay. Thanks.
Ravi: Thanks. Ashley. You okay?
Ashley: [ Sighs ] I'm okay. I mean, I just had a conversation with my mother.
Ravi: Yeah, I know.
Ashley: What do you mean, you heard us?
Ravi: Well, it seemed like a private conversation, so I came back here, but... it seemed intense.
Ashley: Yeah, you could say that.
Ravi: Even business is personal with you two.
Ashley: Story of my life, with dina abbott mergeron. I'm sorry, I'm a little edgy.
Ravi: No, it's -- anything I can do to help? I'm good at being objective.
Ashley: You are, for sure. Thank you, but, um, I think some things have to stay between dina and me.
Victor: You have made your displeasure clear to me, so next time, send a text, okay?
Sharon: You know, for someone who claims to always put family first, you sure don't act that way.
Victor: Excuse me?
Sharon: This ranch has always been such a great gift to faith. It's -- it's her playground, and she'll still have it, but not so much.
Victor: I'm not taking anything away from faith. That is up to nicholas, all right?
Sharon: I don't think 10-year-olds should have to pay the price for things adults do.
Victor: Listen to me. As far as I'm concerned, faith should spend far more time here on the ranch.
Sharon: Having her father thrown off the ranch is a strange way of accomplishing that.
Victor: Well, I may have a solution that would make both of us happy. Why don't you reopen your custody agreement with nicholas? Maybe get them to change the arrangement. That way, faith could spend far more time here at the ranch.
Sharon: I'm not gonna let you tell me how to deal with my ex.
Victor: Oh, but you have no compunction walking in here and telling me how to deal with my son.
Sharon: I just think you don't realize what you stand to lose by throwing nicholas out of your life, and I'm not just talking about faith. What about christian? Have you thought about that?
Victor: Let's not go there, okay? Let's not mention christian.
Sharon: Okay, I'm just saying...
Victor: There's no way anyone will keep me from seeing my grandson.
Faith: Why are you putting me on the spot like this?
Chelsea: Your dad and I are just trying to understand what's bothering you.
Nick: Look, we can't fix things if we don't know what's wrong.
Faith: There's only one way things will ever be right again. Take me back to the ranch. That's where my mom is, my grandpa, my pony. The only thing here is a bedroom that isn't mine.
Nick: Faith, listen to me. You are gonna be able to see them whenever you want.
Faith: But now I'll need a ride, and if you're busy, i won't be able to go.
Chelsea: Well, I'll be here, don't forget.
Faith: I didn'T.
Nick: Look, it's your first day back. Just give it a chance.
Faith: You keep saying that.
Nick: Okay, here's the deal. If there's something you want, then chelsea and I will do whatever we can to make sure you get it. Is that cool?
Faith: Okay. Take me to the ranch. Like I asked. Right now. I want to see grandpa.
Nick: That's not gonna happen.
Faith: I can't see grandpa? Why not?
Nick: [ Sighs ] Look, we're in the middle of an important discussion. A while back, you said that i ruined your life by moving in with chelsea. You don't start a conversation like that and then abandon it to go visiting, you know? You work it out. You -- you come up with a compromise. That's what grown-ups do, and i think you are the most grown-up 10-year-old I've ever met, so...
Faith: Please, can we go? I'm upset. Seeing grandpa will make me feel better.
Chelsea: Okay, you know what, actually, I think maybe it might be a good idea for faith to bring some stuff over here, from her mom's house, you know? Make her room seem more comfortable. Plus, I think it's always a good idea to take a few minutes to walk away from a tense conversation, and she hasn't seen victor in several weeks. It might -- it might help. Right?
Nick: Yeah, it might not be the worst idea.
Faith: Yes! Thank you, daddy!
Nick: Where you going?
Faith: Upstairs. I made grandpa a present at camp. I need to go get it. Thank you, chelsea.
Chelsea: You got it. Sorry. I didn't mean to overstep. I know how angry you are at victor, but...
Nick: You were just trying to help.
Chelsea: You know, you can't put off going there forever.
Jack: Mother, I think it's very sweet that you think of billy and me as competing children, but this is just business.
Dina: Well, let's not pretend that your desire to beat brash & sassy isn't personal.
Jack: You're entitled to your own opinion.
Dina: And phyllis is just as much to blame for the affair.
Jack: Your point?
Dina: She works here, on the same floor with you, while billy has been effectively banished. And, you know, there's a lot to admire about that man. Look who his mother is, for god's sake. It's a wonder he's turned out as well as he has.
Jack: Are we talking about the same billy abbott here? The one I'm referring to has proven time and again to be a spoiled, entitled man-child.
Dina: Mm, that reminds me of you back then.
Jack: He and I are nothing alike, I assure you.
Dina: But you both value family.
Jack: Really? Is that why he slept with his sister-in-law?
Dina: You know, aside from victor, I never would have taken you as the type of man who would hold a grudge.
Jack: So, what do you expect me to do? Let bygones be bygones, welcome billy back into the abbott fold?
Dina: Would it kill you?
Jack: Mother, first, you disapprove of my relationship with nikki. Now you are shilling for a brother I can't stand. You of all people should not stand in judgment.
Dina: Well, you put your father on a pedestal, and rightfully so, but you certainly aren't working very hard to emulate him.
Jack: Do tell.
Dina: Even after I betrayed john, he was never hell-bent on revenge.
Jack: He was a better man than I am. I have focused my energies on strengthening his legacy by building the company he started. If that means obliterating the competition and billy in the process, so be it.
Phyllis: Is this a bad time?
Dina: It's rarely a good time when you appear, dear.
Phyllis: Well, she's a delight. Are you having second thoughts about bringing her on board yet?
Ravi: I apologize for being presumptuous.
Ashley: No! Not at all, ravi. You are the best sounding board ever. Especially when my mother bugs me, which she's doing right now.
Ravi: You regretting giving her the job?
Ashley: You know what, it's gonna be fine. I'm gonna get over this. Just --
Dina: Oh, ravi -- oh, am I interrupting?
Ashley: Not at all. I was just leaving. Talk to you later.
Ravi: What can I do for you, dina?
Dina: Well, there's an app that can alert me to meetings, but I don't know how to enable it.
Ravi: I can help you with that.
Dina: Oh, thank you. Let's open this up here. Let's have a look. Okay, so, we want to go to preferences, and then add-ons, and we want to click the box right by the alarm clock, and then that'll allow you to --
Dina: Ravi, when I walked in, I was quite aware that I was the topic of conversation. Don't try to deny it, ravi, because you're the last person that I would ever want to put on the spot.
Victoria: Our U.S. Distributors have laid it out for me pretty bluntly. Reorders are down at all the major chains, including fenmore'S.
Billy: None of our competitors' sales are exactly stellar right now, including jabot'S.
Victoria: Well, yes, brick and mortar, but with jabotgo, they've made themselves a very popular online destination.
Billy: Okay, so we double-down on r&D. We make sure that our product hits market ahead of schedule. I'm confident with neil's bridge loan that we can handle it.
Victoria: Long-term, maybe, but neil suggested that we look for synergy with the mergeron tech firms that hamilton-winters acquired during the buyout.
Billy: Is it a long lead time?
Victoria: Could be a year.
Billy: That's a lifetime in sales.
Victoria: Yeah, but it's worth looking into. But right now, short-term, we need something bold. We need it now. What is that?
Billy: It's nothing.
Victoria: I know that look. If you have an idea, I need it. I told you, the crazier, the better, remember?
Billy: Crazy ideas, I don't have a problem with. It's the risky ones that i should keep to myself.
Victoria: No risk, no reward.
Victoria: Billy, if you have a good idea, please don't keep it to yourself.
Billy: I've been working on something, but it's not exactly on the up-and-up.
Victoria: Well, given the crew upstairs, I would say that's ideal.
Billy: I went to personally tell jack that the wire transfer for the rent had gone through. I wanted to make it very clear that we weren't intimidated by it.
Victoria: Well, he wants to take our company down. So I think it's time that we go on the offense. And I don't want to just punch back -- I want a knockout blow. So, what's your shady idea?
Billy: I've been able to cultivate an interesting relationship with dina.
Victoria: How interesting.
Billy: Well, I figure that if I was patient enough, an opportunity would show itself, and it did.
Victoria: Go on.
Billy: Because dina works at jabot now, she has a username and a password that gets her into the main server. I was able to get the password, but I still can't get in.
Victoria: Well, that's because you need a jabot-issued computer to get past their firewall.
Billy: Right, so, do we steal one?
Victoria: Why would you steal one when there's one in plain sight?
Billy: [ Sighs ] You mean phyllis' computer that she brings home every night.
Jack: Don't let mother get to you. She has always been, as we say, unfiltered.
Phyllis: That's one word for it.
Jack: I asked her to look into brash & sassy's market share at fenmore'S. I think we can shrink that number to, say, zero.
Phyllis: That's a round number. How do you plan on doing that?
Jack: Lauren is on her way here right now. I have an idea I want to run by her, and I need you to back me up.
Phyllis: Jack, we have been over this. I steered ben hochman towards victoria, which ended up in a debacle, and I don't want to go there again.
Jack: When did you become cautious? Victoria's after your man, and you're only gonna take half measures?
Phyllis: Billy works for brash & sassy. It is his livelihood. Hell, he loves it.
Jack: Billy has no ownership stake. That company goes down, billy goes and gets another job he likes. In the meantime, you should want all or nothing. Victoria is pulling out all the stops to rope her ex-husband back into her life. That should make her, her business, and everything else she has fair game to you. And if you don't believe that, don't come crying to me when you lose billy.
Phyllis: It is deeply ironic, you lecturing me about holding onto billy, okay?
Jack: Does that make me wrong?
[ Footsteps approaching ]
Lauren: Well, hello! You wanted to see me?
Jack: Indeed, I do. Lauren, come on in. I have a proposition I'd like to make.
Lauren: Oh, really? I'm all ears.
Chelsea: Sorry for the mess. Faith just got home from camp.
Jordan: Well, you sounded stressed on the phone. What's going on?
Chelsea: Oh, you know, just, you know, nick's moving in with the kids, and it's just been a little bit...challenging.
Jordan: Anything in particular?
Chelsea: Well, faith, she was all about nick and me dating in the beginning, you know? Then her mom became single, so...
Jordan: Visions of having her parents back together.
Chelsea: Yeah. Yeah. And then nick moves in here, and suddenly, I'm the villain who took her daddy away from the ranch.
Jordan: Oh. Nick wasn't honest with her about victor kicking him out? That's not cool.
Chelsea: No, it was the right thing to do. It was the right thing to do. He doesn't want to put faith in the middle of his...war with victor.
Jordan: That doesn't make the situation any easier for you, though.
Chelsea: [ Scoffs ]
Jordan: So, do you regret having nick move in?
Chelsea: No! No, look, it is day 1 with faith, okay? She's upset, but she loves her dad. It's gonna be a bit of an adjustment, but... eventually we're gonna start to feel like a family.
Faith: Hi, mom!
Sharon: Faith! Thank goodness you're home!
Victor: Look who's there! Look who's there.
Faith: Oh, hi!
Victor: Hi, sweetheart. It's been so long. I've missed you.
Faith: I missed you, too.
Faith: I asked dad to bring me out here so I could give you this!
Faith: I made it at camp, especially for you.
Victor: You did?
Faith: Mm-hmm. [ Giggles ]
Victor: We have to find a special place for that. I love it. Tell me all about camp. By the way, did you miss playing chess with your granddad?
Faith: I tried to teach all my friends, but they weren't as good as you.
Victor: No, because they aren't as good as we are. It's in our blood, you know.
Faith: But I want to beat you.
Victor: You do? [ Laughs ] I'll teach you more lessons, okay? If that's all right with your parents.
Nick: We'll work something out.
Victor: All right. You know something... the horses have missed you.
Faith: Aww! [ Giggles ]
Victor: Yeah. Would you like to see them?
Victor: We'll go to the stables?
Faith: Yeah, let's go!
Victor: Let's go. Here we go.
Faith: I can't wait to pet patches. Can I give him a carrot?
Victor: You bet.
Sharon: Nick, can we just let them go catch up? There's something I want to talk to you about -- the schedule.
Nick: You know, I'm not really into faith being alone with victor right now.
Sharon: Look, if you make this all about you, you're going to alienate our daughter. The last thing you want is to put faith in a position where she has to choose between you and her grandfather. Now, I think I can believe that about you. I better be right.
Nick: You're right. But someone's not making it very easy.
"The young and the restless"
Chelsea: Honestly, it feels good to be a part of a family. I -- after adam died, I never, ever thought that I would feel like that again, you know?
Jordan: Back in the day, i didn't think either of us would be family material.
Chelsea: Yeah, well, I've been a mom for a long time, so i think you're just talking about yourself.
Jordan: Yeah. I had dinner with lily and the kids last night.
Chelsea: Wow! Okay. Sounds like she's really making you a part of her life.
Jordan: Eh, it was just a last-minute invitation from her son. I've really been enjoying hanging out with her and the kids. We've been getting closer since she and cane separated.
Chelsea: How close?
Jordan: I can't help thinking about how her opinion of me would change if she found out what I did before my photography career took off. You don't ever worry about that with nick?
Chelsea: Oh, no. Everybody in this town knows about all of my past and my past mistakes. We all make mistakes, jordan. So it happens, you know? It's what you do in the present that really matters.
[ Sighs ] For me, as for now, I have to learn how to -- learn to, you know, deal with this new reality.
Jordan: What? What happened to the woman who was so confident about this new family that she was forming?
Dina: I'm sure this task is far below your pay grade, but i do trust you.
Ravi: I'm happy to help.
Dina: Thank you. About before, I'm aware that ashley's not happy with me right now, but I certainly hope that you and I can remain professional colleagues no matter what she says.
Ravi: Absolutely. And whatever it is, I hope you guys are able to work it out.
Dina: [ Laughs ] Well, it's not that easy to work this out, unless, of course, they invent a time machine.
[ Chuckles ] Thanks for your help, dear.
Jack: We are the in process of integrating parker skincare into our own line of products. It's time to do some test marketing and map out a plan for the future.
Lauren: Okay, so where does fenmore's come in?
Jack: I would like to take these new products and put them front and center, do a major promotional campaign. That means giving priority shelf space in all of our stores. That way, we can gauge the public's reaction.
Lauren: Mm-hmm, I mean, that's an excellent plan. It's very aggressive. But you realize to do that, we're going to have to move something off the shelf.
Jack: Exactly. And I think brash & sassy is the logical choice.
Lauren: [ Scoffs ] Jack, it's one of our best sellers.
Jack: Was one of your best sellers.
Phyllis: This is, um, an opportunity for fenmore's and jabot to make a splash. The marketing synergy is perfect, and if jabot does an effective job of raising enough buzz on the product line, then fenmore's will most likely not miss what we make selling brash & sassy. And the sales have been down, anyway, at the stores and on the web.
Lauren: [ Sighs ] You know, I think there are other companies you could make arguments for pulling, but of course billy doesn't work at those. That's not your real target here, right?
Jack: [ Laughs ] Lauren, how brazen would I have to be to go after the man when his girlfriend's sitting right here? No, this is business.
Lauren: Honey, would you mind giving me a moment with jack?
Phyllis: Sure. Yeah. I was on my way out when this came up.
Lauren: Great. I'll fill you in later.
Phyllis: Oh, good. Okay.
Jack: So, do we have a deal?
Lauren: And screw over brash & sassy?
[ Laughs ] Hardly.
Billy: Busting into phyllis' computer when she's right there in the house? I do need to get on the site to have a good look around.
Victoria: Well, it's strictly your call, but it is for the company's survival.
Billy: This is war, and every battle counts, right? Let's do it.
Victoria: Are you sure?
Billy: Like you said, this isn't personal. This is about brash & sassy and everything we've fought for. Jack is out for blood. I think it's only fair that we fight with the same intensity.
Victoria: Thank you for going the extra mile for me. And for us.
Ashley: I will get back to you tomorrow, first thing. Thank you.
Ravi: Are you leaving? Thought you wanted to go over a few things.
Ashley: I do, but I just need to get some air. It's been a strange day.
Ravi: Need some company?
Ashley: I'm sorry. It's not you. It's not you. I didn't mean to make it sound like it was the worst idea ever.
Ravi: You need to clear your head -- I get it.
Ashley: Thank you.
Ravi: I'll be around the corner if you need me.
Ashley: Okay, ravi, just so you know, if I ever need to confide in anybody, you're always my first choice, all right? Some things, I just need to handle on my own. Thanks.
Victor: Well, I was so happy to see you smile again. Sit down. Oh! But I was a little concerned when you called, you know?
Faith: Well, I'm really glad you came to camp to tell me things had changed. It helped.
Victor: I'm glad it helped. So, how do you like the new home?
Faith: Not very much. I like the ranch way more.
Victor: Mm-hmm. How about chelsea?
Faith: She tries too hard.
Faith: It's fake. But when I said I wanted to come over here, she took my side.
Victor: But, you know, I got to tell you about chelsea, that she is a good person. You know? She really is. So, how are things going with your dad?
Faith: Maybe I was too mean.
Victor: Will you listen to me when I tell you something now?
Victor: I want you to go apologize to dad.
Faith: But what if I'm not sorry? I'd rather be here with you.
Victor: I know, sweetheart, but, you know, he's your dad. You need to respect him. Really. Will you do that? Hmm?
Nick: You know, I didn't expect this big a challenge on day 1 back from camp.
Sharon: Well, let's look at things from faith's perspective.
Nick: Yeah, I know it is a seismic shift. I mean, I am pulling her away from the only home she's ever known and all the things she loves about this place.
Sharon: Including victor.
Nick: Including him. I believe her exact words earlier to me were, "you are ruining my life, dad."
Sharon: Okay, well, it is her first day back from camp, and she's a little off guard. I thought things were going well at crimson lights.
Nick: So did I, you know? But maybe I'm -- I don't know -- just hearing what I want to hear.
Sharon: I think we have to really listen to her and not overwhelm her.
Sharon: Which is why I am not planning on telling her about scott and how things have progressed there.
Nick: Well, at least she's getting a soothing visit from the guy who tossed me out on my butt.
Sharon: Be honest with yourself. There's enough blame to go around between you and victor. You know, if faith is having a hard time adjusting, maybe she should just stay with me for the first few days, and then we can go back and change the schedule. She'll go with you and chelsea after that.
Nick: I can't do that. I mean, the way she was acting at chelsea's, if I do, it'll be like I'm rewarding bad behavior.
Sharon: Okay, well, then, you know, handle it from both directions. Tell faith that's she's gonna have to be mature about this, and then you'll be willing to move on the schedule. You know, just smooth out all the rough edges.
Nick: Yeah. It's something to think about.
Sharon: You can do it if you try. Just summon your inner gandhi. You know, everyone goes through unusual times. Even our daughter. Will you do it?
Lauren: Let's make this short and sweet. I understand your desire to test this new line in the best environment, but I am not removing brash & sassy from our stores or the website. Our customers will go crazy.
Jack: All that will dissipate when they try parker beauty.
Lauren: Let me tell you what I will do. I'm gonna put you on the shelves and I'm gonna give you prime real estate. But brash & sassy remains.
Jack: Lauren, you're making a mistake. This -- this is a big mistake.
Lauren: No, I'm not. Actually, it's gonna be in your favor because if parker beauty outsells brash & sassy, then you'll know you have a winner. And that is what you want, right, jack? To test the upside potential of this new skincare line?
[ Sighs ]
Phyllis: Hey! Look who came home after work after all. Yes, yes, yes. You trying to surprise me?
Billy: Yes. I wanted to have a little fun with you.
Phyllis: Oh, okay. I think you succeeded.
Phyllis: [ Laughs ] I'm sorry I didn't go to the store. When I was on my way home from work, I thought you'd be having dinner at your desk again.
Billy: I'm not hungry.
Billy: Not for food, anyway.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, that sounds good. Whoo! Okay. Someone's been working out.
[ Giggles ]
Chelsea: Well, thanks for letting me vent. The truth is, I really, really love nick. And faith, she's such a good kid. I just -- I just want this whole thing to work.
Jordan: I guess that's the difference between you and me.
Chelsea: What do you mean?
Jordan: This whole big drama between nick and faith. I don't want to call it a huge headache, but it is a lot to deal with. I don't care how in love I am with someone. I would have to give serious thought into taking in an angry kid. You're someone who's willing to take that leap.
[ Clicks tongue ] That's the perfect word for it.
Nick: Hey! So, uh, why don't you have a seat, faith? Uh, your mom and I have been talking, and I really didn't like the way you were acting at chelsea'S. The tone you were using was unacceptable. But so is forcing you to make all these changes, you know, at once. So, you know, I've been thinking maybe you should, you know, stay with your mom out at the ranch for a few days until you get settled in. How's that sound?
Faith: I've been thinking, too. I was being a brat before, and I'm really sorry. I know you're not trying to upset me.
Sharon: So, what are you saying? You don't want to stay with me?
Faith: I guess. All I wanted to do was to visit grandpa and my pony and see that everything's still the same. Besides, I need to say I'm sorry to chelsea.
Nick: And did you figure all this out on your own?
Victor: I never told her what to say, but, sweetheart, whatever you said is very mature. I'm proud of you. Come here. You know, I'll miss very much having you here every day. I'll miss you a lot.
Faith: I hope I still get to see you, grandpa.
Victor: You bet. Now, if we lived together all the time, it'd be just normal. Now, when you visit, it's gonna be a special occasion, all right? Come here.
Victoria: Hi. Got a minute? I just wanted to let you know that brash & sassy's rent has been wired into your account.
Jack: Billy already stopped by to let me know the funds have been transferred.
Victoria: Oh. I had no idea. I would call us healthy competitors, wouldn't you?
Jack: I might say unhealthy.
Victoria: Do you think it's possible for us to be competitors without constantly being at each other's throats, jack? If you're gonna continue seeing my mother, I think that would be best, right?
Jack: Where are you going with this, victoria?
Dina: Oh! Hello, victoria!
Victoria: Dina! Hello! It's so lovely to see you, as always.
Dina: Well, thank you. I doubt that my son will enjoy hearing this, but I've always been a huge admirer of brash & sassy. Fantastic product line. And I think you have an excellent partner in billy abbott.
Victoria: Well, thank you.
Dina: You're welcome!
Victoria: Well, you know, before you arrived, jack and i were discussing toning down the nastiness in our competition. Since we're gonna continue being neighbors, it makes sense, don't you think? We should be friendly ones.
Dina: I think that's an excellent idea.
Victoria: What do you say, jack?
Billy: I'll be right there! Save some hot water for me!
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