Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/7/17

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 11/7/17


Episode # 11275 ~ Billy and Cane find themselves in hot water; Dina crosses the line at Jabot; Phyllis helps a friend in need.

Provided By Suzanne

Devon: Hey, I'm here. I know I'm late.

Neil: Hmm. Look at you. Missed that meeting.

Devon: I am aware. A new york minute turned into a whole series of back to back meetings, and the plane just landed. Drove straight here.

Neil: And your phone?

Devon: Was in my pocket while I was sleeping on the plane. I'm really sorry that I missed this meeting, man. How did it go?

Neil: Well, I closed the deal.

Devon: Dude, congratulations.

Neil: Thank you, thank you. Power communications is now part of hamilton-winters. How'd you do in new york?

Devon: It was great. I'm exhausted, but it couldn't have gone better. I, uh, I must have hit probably 10 clubs in one night.

Neil: Good. Good.

Devon: The music was exceptional.

Neil: I like that. Good.

Devon: And there's definitely a few artists I found that we'll be signing to the label.

Neil: Nice job.

Devon: Thank you.

Neil: I am so happy for you.

Devon: Thanks.

Neil: You know, man, I-I just wish that I...

Devon: What's wrong?

Neil: I just wish that I had something that I was passionate about like you have, you know, about your music.

[ Music blaring ]

Lily: Charlie, turn that down!

Charlie: That's not me! That's all mattie!

Lily: What?

Charlie: She says she's evolving or something.

Lily: Mattie!

[ Music turns off ] Hey, what are you doing?

Charlie: I'm setting the table.

Lily: Really? Without being asked? And you should be helping him.

Mattie: Why do women always have to set the table while guys take out the garbage? It's sexist.

Charlie: [ Sighs ] Just let it go. She's bummed.

Lily: Yeah, because I won't let her see reed.

Charlie: No. 'Cause the divorce hearing's tomorrow.

Juliet: Oh, my god. You scared the hell out of me. What are you doing here?

Billy: I'm moving in. What are you doing here?

Juliet: I live here.

Gloria: Yes, believe me, we will look into it, and I will have mr. Abbott get right back to you. Thank you very much. I've been trying to reach you. The phone has been ringing off the hook since you left for your meeting. I sent texts.

Jack: What's up? Is the press asking for more glowing comments about my brother's heroism?

Gloria: The west coast buyers.

Jack: Why are they calling this hour?

Gloria: Because somebody in this company has taken it upon themselves to jack up jabot's wholesale prices.

Jack: I didn't authorize that. Did they say who's responsible?

Dina: Oh, jack, my darling! You are going to be so proud of what I have done for you!

Jordan: I'm not bluffing. I do have copies of those nude photos.

Hilary: [ Scoffs ] I am still kicking myself for being naive enough to believe that you actually gave me the only digital copies.

Jordan: Can't help it. I'm convincing.

Hilary: So what was it, hmm? Did you have your camera programmed to automatically back up your photos to your hard drive?

Jordan: I told you. A pro always has a backup plan just in case something goes wrong. So are you gonna back off and stop digging in my past? If you try to take me down or mess with me in any way, those photos will be released to the world for them to enjoy. And those dreams that you have of establishing a serious rep or following in julie chen's footsteps, you can kiss those goodbye.

Hilary: [ Sighs ]

provided by...

Neil: Hey. My man.

Devon: Hey.

Neil: She's over there. I'm over here. Remember me?

Devon: I know. I'm sorry. I'm all ears. I'm all ears.

Neil: I wouldn't trade working with you for anything in the world.

Devon: But?

Neil: I'm just not stimulated.

Devon: You're not happy?

Neil: I didn't say that. I'm fine.

Devon: Except?

Neil: Except I'm watching you out there in the big world, you know, as you're hitting up clubs and you're scouting your talent and...

Devon: What is it? You bored?

Neil: To be honest with you, yeah, I am.

Devon: Right.

Neil: At this point in my life, I figured I'd be sitting on a tropical beach somewhere, you know, watching the sunset. I mean, don't get me wrong. I love the fact that we got this new venture together, and I'm very excited about the opportunities, but what I don't want is to be stuck in the back room somewhere missing out on all the fun. You got that?

Devon: Yeah. For sure I understand that. You're not thinking about leaving, though, right?

Neil: No, no, no. No way. That's not the answer.

Devon: Good. 'Cause I wouldn't let you do that, you know? I want you to have as much fun as I'm having. We're in this whole thing together, right? Tell me about the meeting that i missed.

Neil: Good. I'm glad you asked. Okay. This P.R. Firm?

Devon: Yeah?

Neil: Best acquisition yet. Every piece of power communications is eclectic and diverse. We're talking about the work space, the client space, the staffing. They're marketing everyone from mom-and-pop shops to high-end wall street firms. And -- get this -- music, too.

Devon: Nice.

Neil: They're the perfect fit. Only downside is, the C.E.O. -- Walking away. So it's gonna be up to us to find someone that's competent to run the company, you know?

Devon: Sounds like we, uh, need to find somebody who's pretty special.

Neil: I think all they need are a few lucrative clients to beef up their, you know, bottom line, so I believe that we can help them with that.

Devon: Why don't you do it?

Neil: [ Chuckles ] What are you talking about, man?

Devon: I'm dead serious, man. You haven't sounded this enthusiastic about something since we started our company. You just told me you feel like you're in a rut, so why don't you roll up your sleeves, take control of our newest acquisition hands on? Bring the fun back in your life.

Phyllis: I definitely want to snag some clothing, okay, from the spring collection.

Chelsea: Yes.

Phyllis: I will wear that around town.

Chelsea: I'm sure I can snag you some samples.

Phyllis: Good. I love knowing the boss.

Chelsea: Oh, look, should we go say hi?

Phyllis: Yes, of course we should.

Chelsea: Hi, guys.

Phyllis: Devon, neil. Hi.

Devon: How are you?

Phyllis: Hi.

Chelsea: Nice to see you.

Devon: Good to see you, too. Would you, uh, care to join us?

Chelsea: We actually just finished dinner, but I wouldn't mind staying for a cocktail.

Phyllis: I have to rain check, unfortunately, but enjoy your dinner, okay? And we'll talk later?

Chelsea: Yes, definitely.

Phyllis: Okay.

Chelsea: Good to see you.

Neil: Bye.

Chelsea: Are you sure I'm not interrupting?

Neil: No, no, no. Not at all. In fact, we were just about to party and celebrate.

Chelsea: Ohh! I love a good party.

Neil: Yeah.

Chelsea: What are we celebrating?

Devon: Well, hamilton-winters just acquired power communications.

Chelsea: The P.R. Firm?

Devon: That's right. And neil here is gonna run it.

Chelsea: That's -- wow. That's -- that's great.

Neil: I see that look on your face. You kind of look surprised.

Chelsea: No, I'm not surprised. I just... it's just power communications is pretty progressive and edgy and --

Neil: Edgy, progressive, and you're saying I'm not?

Billy: So cane gave you permission to move into my mother's house? Does she actually know that you're here?

Juliet: I have no idea. I should have asked. You know, but it doesn't matter now because you're moving in and I will move out, and I will leave right now.

Billy: Hold on a second. Okay, juliet, I apologize. I'm sorry. That was not very nice of me, okay? You should stay here, all right? You should be here. I insist.

Juliet: What about your mom? For all I know, she could come back tomorrow.

Billy: She's not gonna kick you out, trust me. You're pregnant. She'll give me the boot way before she gives you the boot. It's all good. It's a big house. We'll cohabitate.

Juliet: How is that supposed to work?

Billy: You get a room, I get a room. Not a big deal.

Juliet: And you're forgetting somebody.

Cane: What's going on?

Jack: Mother, I gave you a very straightforward assignment.

Dina: Oh, yes, you did, to check the west coast profit and loss margins, which I did.

Jack: All you were supposed to do was see that the department stores had ample product for their shelves. I said nothing about a price hike.

Gloria: Coffee, anyone? And for you, dina. Just the way you like it.

Dina: No, thank you, dear.

Gloria: Okay. Well, you two carry on. Carry on about your business. Just pretend I'm not here.

Dina: The reality of you not being here is what I would like.

Gloria: Oh, my.

Jack: Gloria, thank you for the coffee.

Gloria: Just let me pour you some coff--

Jack: I'll pour it myself. Thank you very much. What are you doing, going behind my back, making decisions that, frankly, you have no business making?

Dina: I ran a corporation of my own for decades. I thought at least that would carry a small amount of autonomy.

Jack: Negating contracts, adjusting prices is no part of your job.

Dina: You were the one who invited me to work here, to benefit from my deep experience! You're supposed to be making profits, not running a charity! What the hell is wrong with you?!

Lily: We all know this divorce is gonna change our lives. We have to be honest with each other.

Mattie: Why do we have to analyze this to death? In a few years, charlie and i will be off to college living our own lives. You and dad getting divorced will have a minimal impact on us.

Lily: Mattie, that's not true. This is gonna affect your lives not just now but years from now, whether you're with me or with your dad, where you spend weekends or holidays.

Mattie: Are we done yet?

Lily: Mattie, come on. I'm trying to talk to you.

[ Sighs ] I hate seeing her so bitter and upset. I feel like I let you and mattie down.

Charlie: This isn't on you. You didn't start this. It's all dad.

Lily: Look, your dad, he made a mistake, and he regrets it. But the divorce is my decision. I just -- I can't forgive him.

Charlie: Do you still love dad?

Lily: Yeah. I do.

Charlie: Well, then doesn't it seem like kind of a waste? I mean, you love him, he loves us. And we were happy. Sure, he messed up. Now we're less happy. But I don't see how divorce solves anything.

Billy: You got a job. Why don't you find somewhere else to live?

Cane: 'Cause I haven't had time. I've been too busy keeping an eye on juliet and the baby.

Billy: What does that mean? Is everything okay with the baby?

Juliet: There have been some problems.

Cane: Okay, so now you understand. I have to stay here and make sure she's all right.

Juliet: Well, I am not all right staying here and living with both of you. There's too much tension. I don't need it, and neither does the baby, so I am moving back into the athletic club.

Cane: Hang on, hang on. Don't go, don't go. Stay.

Billy: No, you're right. You're better to stay here. It's much more comfortable for you.

Juliet: Yeah, with you two hacking at each other all the time? No, thanks.

Cane: No hacking. We're not gonna hack anymore, right? We're gonna be civil.

Billy: We don't want to stress you out.

Cane: No stress.

Juliet: You can't help it. And I'm not going to put myself and my baby in jeopardy because you can't act like grownups.

Billy: No, that's not -- you know, it's fine, okay? This baby's much more important than anything that's gone down between cane and me.

Cane: We may not act like it all the time, but, you know, we are responsible parents who love our kids, and, uh, for that, we are -- we're gonna make this work, right? Okay?

Juliet: [ Sighs ] Well, I'm -- I'm too tired to pack tonight, anyway. But if you start up like this again tomorrow --

Billy: We won'T. I promise.

Cane: Seriously. What he said. We won't do it. All right? Let me get you your milk, all right, 'cause, uh, I want you to sleep well. There you go. Okay.

Billy: [ Clears throat ]

[ Sighs ] Oh, cane.

[ Clears throat ] Why don't you explain to me how this is gonna go. You're gonna live with your baby mama while your wife and kids continue their life without you?

Cane: You know what? You can have some little swings and stuff. It's okay. I'm not gonna have a fight with you, billy.

Billy: Why is that? Because I'm on crutches?

Cane: No, 'cause I owe you. 'Cause you saved my kids' lives, and that is a debt, my friend, that I will never be able to repay.

Phyllis: How explicit are these photos? Ohh.

Hilary: Yes, which is exactly why I need to get my hands on jordan's backup drive.

Phyllis: Okay. How?

Hilary: Well, he must keep it in his room right here at the club.

Phyllis: All right. Then you got to get in there, snatch that hard drive when you know he's gonna be gone for a while.

Hilary: How am I supposed to do that?

Phyllis: You call housekeeping. You ask for turndown service. While said maid is inside...

Hilary: I sneak in. It's simple, but it's genius. Okay, now I just need to figure out a distraction to keep him away while I search.

Phyllis: Okay. What's a guaranteed way to keep him occupied? No.

Hilary: Come on.

Phyllis: No.

Hilary: Jordan cannot resist a sure thing.

Phyllis: He's easy on the eyes, I will tell you that, but I'm still getting over the whole billy thing, so no.

Hilary: I'm not asking you to marry the guy, okay? Just -- just go and have a fun evening with him.

Phyllis: An entire evening?

Hilary: Just as long as it takes for me to get the backup drive and get out. You might actually like it. Win/win.

Phyllis: Dinner with a smart, talented, sexy guy versus, you know, being at home alone, watching tv. I don't know.

Hilary: Well, if billy just so happens to find out that you had dinner with jordan, might be a golden opportunity to remind him what he lost.

Phyllis: Yeah, well, he knows what he lost. The problem is the lunkhead just doesn't understand why.

Chelsea: What I was trying to say is you are brilliant and obviously very capable --

Neil: What you're trying to say is that I'm boring. Is that it?

Chelsea: I did not say that.

Neil: Okay.

Devon: You thought it, though, huh?

Neil: You two -- wow. You're on the same page as she is? Thank you.

Devon: No. I'm just --

Neil: Yeah, I don't have to be 25 and hip to head up a company that's staffed by people under 30 years old. As a matter of fact, everyone should feel lucky that I've got the experience that I do!

Chelsea: But they're not gonna be able to find that out if they can't get past your clothes.

[ Chuckles ] Like, you know, it's all about projecting the right image. Well, let's just put it this way. You in a three-piece suit doesn't exactly project the hip look of power communications.

Neil: Right, this is an italian suit, and you're -- right now you're offending me, really, and you're trying to make me feel 100 years old.

Chelsea: No!

Neil: I should just get my walker and stagger out of here.

Chelsea: That's not what i was --

Devon: There's nothing wrong with your three-piece suits when we're having meetings for hamilton-winters, right? But when you're about to be the face of a company that has a very youthful brand, you know --

Neil: I'm supposed to wear hipster clothes, those earrings that are big in my ears like that?

Chelsea: Nobody really uses the word "hipster" anymore, either. Um, here's the thing. It doesn't matter if you don't know how to dress the part because you know somebody that does.

Neil: [ Sighs ]

Phyllis: Okay. I'm in.

Hilary: Yes!

Phyllis: I have one question.

Hilary: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: How do I get him down here?

Hilary: Oh, well, that is simple. See, jordan left this behind. I'm sure that poor guy is just gonna be frantic without it. Call his room. Sure he'll be more than grateful.

Jack: Mother, where is this coming from?

Dina: The question itself confirms that you have no idea what your business is all about.

Jack: More than anyone else, I do.

Dina: Oh, come on. Nikki newman, spending all that time with her, and letting jabot fail.

Jack: Jabot is not failing!

Dina: And you are not your father, nor will you ever be! John would be ashamed with how you are ruining his company.

Gloria: How dare you.

Dina: Excuse me?

Gloria: You are not only ignorant. You are cruel for saying that jack doesn't measure up to john.

Jack: Gloria, I have this handled --

Gloria: Do you have any idea how many phone calls I have fielded today from stores complaining about the aggressive and ridiculous conversations with this one?! And don't even get me started on the e-mails you sent trying to change contracts that have been in place for months, even years!

Dina: There's always time for re-negotiation, something that a mere receptionist wouldn't know a clue about.

Jack: Mother, you can't talk like --

Gloria: You are threatening to draw their business away from jabot!

Jack: I have this. Please.

Gloria: Stop blaming your son for your mistakes, lady!

Dina: And who are you to presume to instruct me?

Gloria: I would be glad to show you exactly who I am!

Dina: Oh, no need, deary pie. I've already assessed that you're just another floozy whose only skill, apparently, is how good you are between the sheets.

Jack: Mother!

Gloria: At least I am loyal to the men I sleep with.

Dina: [ Chuckles ]

Gloria: As opposed to you, hurting and betraying them every chance you have.

Jack: That's enough. That's --

[ Sighs ]

[ Door closes ]

Dina: Ooh! Wow. I thought nikki was bad. But you're a very weak man, jack, for letting someone like gloria run your life.

Devon: Hey, she is right, man. I think image is everything. And who knows more about creating an image than chelsea here?

Chelsea: What? Are you offering me a job?

Devon: Would you like a job? Want to style this guy and give him a look that better reflects the new company?

Neil: Hello. I can hear you. I'm sitting right here. Look, I don't know how I feel about being dressed up like a mannequin, you two changing my style. I mean, I don't want to walk around feeling self-conscious about some new suits, some new clothes that you two want to put me in.

Chelsea: No.

Devon: Dad, before she sat down, you were just telling me that you were bored and looking for fun. Here's your chance to find that fun. All you have to do is just lighten up a little bit to better reflect the brand.

Neil: I know you like the relaxed look. I understand that. As a matter of fact, I remember when you instituted casual fridays at jabot a long time ago. You remember that? Well, I didn't agree with that then, and I'm not sure I agree with all this right now.

Devon: I remember all that. I remember what you said, and i learned from you, and there hasn't been a day that's gone by that I haven't benefited from your example.

Neil: Thank you. Okay. But then why are you trying to change this?

Chelsea: I think all devon is suggesting is that you have a new look to go with your new company, you know? Be distinctive, stand out from the crowd. He's not trying to change you. Just the image.

Neil: So, why does working with a group of youngsters require me to change my clothes?

Devon: Neil, you wanted something to be passionate about, right?

Neil: Yeah, I do.

Devon: This could be that project, where you put your whole heart and soul into it and it consumes you and just nothing else matters, right? You could have that, or you could keep wearing your same suits because it's safe and it's familiar, you know?

Chelsea: It's okay, devon. Maybe neil's more comfortable just, you know, staying like he is.

Neil: Okay, wait. Both of you. You got me. Okay?

Chelsea: [ Laughing ] Yeah!

Neil: All right? Yeah, when do I start?

[ Devon and chelsea laugh ]

Devon: That's what I'm talking about. That's it.

Neil: You two, I swear.

Billy: So does this new attitude of yours mean that you're not gonna give me a hard time for screwing up with the masks?

Cane: No, no, just victoria firing you and, uh, phyllis kicking you out.

Billy: Look, what can you say? Karma, right?

Cane: Yeah. Karma. Cheers. Come here.

[ Glasses clink ] And you know what? As a man who hit rock bottom and is now fortunate enough to be the C.E.O. Of chancellor industries --

Billy: I thought you said you were done rubbing it in.

Cane: No, no, I'm not rubbing it in. I would like to help you out.

Billy: Yeah, right.

Cane: Billy abbott, I am in dire need of a secretary.

Billy: Cane, that is so sweet. I am touched. Thank you so much for the offer. Unfortunately, I can't accept.

Cane: Why? You're no good at dictation, or...?

Billy: Yeah, that's what it is.

Cane: You know, the one thing that we actually, uh, seem to have in common is we kind of succeed at trashing our lives, huh?

Billy: Well, you're still married, at least.

Cane: Until tomorrow. Hey, at least your kids are too young to hate you.

Billy: Look at that. We're still competing even in this place. It's kind of lame, isn't it?

Cane: You know what? I never thought you would hear these words coming out of my mouth, but... I think that you and I might actually be alike.

Billy: No. No, no. Not at all. I'm a much classier screw-up than you.

Cane: That is very true. And I am more charming.

Jordan: I don't like being in debt, but I am forever in yours, phyllis. Thank you so much.

Phyllis: I am always leaving mine somewhere. I should have it surgically attached to my body.

Jordan: And let a doctor tamper with all that perfection?

Phyllis: [ Laughs ]

Jordan: Don't do it.

[ Chuckles ]

Phyllis: Hey, you know what? Maybe it's fate.

Jordan: What makes you say that?

Phyllis: Well, now with brash & sassy most likely going under, fenmore's is in need of a very good photographer. Would you like to discuss it over a drink?

Jordan: I never turn down work, but only under one condition.

Phyllis: What's that?

Jordan: You let me buy. I mean, that's the least that i can do.

Phyllis: Okay. I never turn down a free drink. The great barrier reef?

[ Chuckling ] Are you kidding me? Were you searching for hidden treasure?

Jordan: More like trying not to drown while photographing half-naked models underwater.

[ Laughs ]

Hilary: [ Sighs ]

Jordan: I cannot believe you're pals with malcolm winters. He is one of the best photographers around.

Phyllis: That's what they say about you.

Jordan: Hmm. Ah.

Phyllis: Oh, thank you. Is that better?

Jordan: Much.

Phyllis: You know, it's like when you see that perfect angle.

Jordan: And it's just taunting you.

Phyllis: Right?

Hilary: [ Sighs ]

Jordan: Billy is such a loser to let you go.

Phyllis: Well, I let him go. I was never his first priority.

Jordan: Hmm. Like I said, the guy's a loser. Another round?

[ Cellphone chimes ]

Phyllis: [ Sighs ] Hmm.

Jordan: Must be serious.

Phyllis: You know, I did not ask you, what did you ever do when that model refused to pose because the doughnuts were gone?

Jordan: That's a great story. How about I tell it to you upstairs? In my room. Over more drinks. Or not.

Phyllis: No, no, no, no, no. I just -- this text reminded me that there is a file I have forgotten to send lauren, you know, from my laptop. Why -- why don't you come back with me to my place? I'll send the file, and we can have that nightcap.

Jordan: Uh, check, please.

"The young and the restless"

will continue.

Billy: You know, I was supposed to be victoria and brash & sassy's go-to guy. Night and day, day and night, 365, not let it conflict with phyllis. I thought it was gonna be easy.

Cane: I thought that I could lie about juliet because my love with lily was strong enough for us to stay together. That's what I thought.

Billy: Doesn't seem like it worked out for either one of us, does it?

Cane: No. Because this time tomorrow, I'm gonna be divorced.

Billy: Phyllis was supposed to take me back when she realized that I ran to a burning building to save children.

Cane: Phyllis loves you.

Billy: Lily still loves you. What are we doing? Seriously? Honestly? What... ah! This is pathe-- this is -- this is just --

Cane: Sad.

Billy: It's sad.

Cane: Sad.

Billy: This is sad. What are we doing, man? We're not sad. We're not sad! Come on! We're men! We're -- give me your phone. We're gonna call a couple cabs, because we, me and you, we're men of action, okay? We're gonna -- we're gonna take some action right now.

Cane: All right.

Billy: It's what we're gonna do.

Cane: Whoa, hang on. Wait. I got you, man. All right. We're men of action.

Billy: Get my jacket.

Cane: Get your jacket.

Lily: Can I get a white wine, please? Thank you.

Neil: Hey.

Devon: Looks like you can use a couple wingmen.

Lily: Well, you read my mind. I almost called to see if you're working late.

Neil: Why didn't you?

Lily: Well, 'cause blubbering to my father and brother didn't seem very adult. Thank you.

Neil: Oh, now, come on. You know you can do that any time.

Devon: Especially tonight. Is the hearing still --

Lily: Yeah, it's still on. By this time tomorrow, I will be divorced.

Devon: Well -- well, I'm sorry, lily. I know that ending a marriage can be devastating.

Lily: Yeah. And you mentioning that doesn't really make me feel any better, but...

Devon: Sorry.

Neil: How are the kids?

Lily: Uh, well, mattie's barely speaking to me. Charlie thinks I should rethink the whole thing. I mean, seeing their faces every day, I hate what this is doing to them.

Devon: You having doubts about it?

Lily: At first I was convinced I was doing the right thing, but...now I... I don't know if ending my marriage will make me happy.

Neil: What do you think will?

Lily: I wish I knew.

Neil: Hey. Maybe this will make you feel better. Hmm? It's gonna be okay.

Lily: Thank you.

Phyllis: You're gonna like this.

Jordan: You know, what if we skip the drinks?

Phyllis: Well, they're already poured. That would be silly to waste them.

Jordan: All right.

Phyllis: Yeah, let's relax. Come. Hmm. Yeah, tasty, huh?

Jordan: Yeah.

Phyllis: Okay, how about some music? Let's get some music.

[ Slow music plays ] How about something a little bit more upbeat?

[ Chuckles ]

Jordan: No, no, no, no, no. That's just -- that's fine.

Billy: Phyllis?!

Phyllis: Oh, no.

[ Pounding on door ] Phyllis! Open the door! I'm not going anywhere until you let me in!

Cane: Lily? I'm sorry, baby. Baby, I'm so sorry. Lily? Baby? nothing more than a simple misunderstanding. There has been no price point change. That's right. Thank you very much for your patience.

Dina: [ Scoffs ] You know, you're being foolish by depleting your profits and --

Jack: Mother, go home. Take some time off.

Dina: And do what? Watching you run jabot into the ground?

Jack: Mother, I probably brought you back to work too soon. You need more time to recover from your stroke.

Dina: I am not sick!

Jack: Go! Please.

Dina: Are you -- are you going to fire me?

Jack: Go home, mother. We'll talk about this later.

[ Sighs ]

[ Pounding on door ]

Billy: Phyllis!

Phyllis: Mrs. Gregg, thank you so much for calling. No, no, no, you don't need to do that at all. I'm gonna go ahead and take care of it. Yes, I am so sorry, again, for the disturbance. Okay. All right, you don't live here anymore!

Billy: What are you doing here?

Phyllis: He's invited. You're not. Go. Please.

Billy: You making moves on my woman, jordan?

Phyllis: I am not your woman anymore!

Billy: Shh! Hmm?

Hilary: [ Chuckles ]

Phyllis: [ Gasps ] What are you doing?! What are you doing?! Go!

Jordan: This guy needs to sleep this off. I'm out of where.

Billy: You go.

Phyllis: This is a horrible mis-- I would like you to stay. I would like him to go. Please.

Jordan: Some other time. I don't need this hassle.

Billy: Run along, jordan!

Phyllis: What the hell are you doing?

Billy: What are you doing? Come on. I love you!

Phyllis: You're drunk!

Billy: You are so beautiful. Yes! Okay? I am drunk. Fine. But I love her!

Cane: I didn't mean to get juliet pregnant, baby.

[ Voice breaking ] I don't even remember sleeping with her! And I don't want to get divorced from you! I want to spend the rest of my life with you 'cause you're my sexy wife! I love you, baby! Lily? I love you! Ah!

[ Sighs ]

Gloria: [ Sighs ] I'm heading out. Jack? Jack! Anything you need before I go?

Jack: I can't risk having my mother work here anymore. She can't handle the stress. But without work to occupy her, I worry she's gonna slip right back into depression.

Gloria: Yeah. Well, I'm less worried about dina than I am about the effect she's having on you.

Jack: If I have learned one lesson in this life, it is this. Loving someone always comes with hurt. It's inevitable.

Another day

I go to sleep

the hurting face

within my dreams

oh, oh, for a little, just a little

just enough till you come back to me

come back to me

I hear a voice

it speaks to me

it sounds so warm

it feels so free

it's more than I can handle, I can handle

you're not here

and I can barely breathe


ohhh, ohh

won't you come back to me?

Come back to me

it pushes down

I feel the weight

but I can't drown

before I wake

I'm stuck in the middle, in the middle

without you here

I can't find my way

ohhh, ohh

won't you come back to me?

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

Michael: Counselor, where's your client?

Lily: Yeah, that's what i would like to know.

Paul: Can I help you with something?

Jordan: I need to report a burglary.

Hilary: We're doing a live show. I need you in the studio pronto.

Noah: Rebuilding. When do we start?

Nick: Never.

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