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Episode #11320 ~ Ashley plays with fire; Cane puts his plan in motion to win back Lily; J.T. covers his tracks.
Provided By SuzannePreviously on "the young and the restless"...
Nikki: How could you do that?!
Kathy: I'm homeless. I figured nikki newman wouldn't miss a few bucks.
Sharon: This is kathy and her two adorable kids. They're staying with us tonight.
Cane: We kissed. It's like a glimmer of hope that wasn't there before.
Billy: And then she went and booked a trip to paris, and now you're sitting around worrying.
Cane: What am I supposed to do?
Billy: You're competing with paris freaking france, cane, for lily's attention. You got to do whatever you can.
Ashley: This is very toxic. It shouldn't be anywhere near any of these oil compounds.
Ashley: Hey, paul.
Paul: Hi, ashley.
Ashley: Hi. I'll make you a deal. I'll buy you a cup of coffee if you maybe have some information on that break-in.
Paul: Well, I wish I had better news for you, but break-ins like yours are all too common. Even our little town has its share of lowlifes, and they are desperate to get their hands on these chemicals for a variety of twisted reasons.
Dina: What are you doing with all those drugs?
Mariah: Good morning.
Nick: Morning. I'm here to take your little sister to school. I don't suppose she's ready, is she?
Mariah: She was very close the last time I checked.
Nick: Faith, come on! Your chauffeur is here! Let's go! Am I in the wrong house?
Mariah: I must be, too. It's very weird. How many seats in your vehicle?
[ Footsteps approach ]
Nikki: Then your father sent reed to muck out the stables.
Victoria: How did that go?
Nikki: When your father says muck, most people start mucking.
Nikki: It took awhile, but he did finish the job, totally exhausted, and fell into bed.
Victoria: What about his homework?
Nikki: I woke him up at sunrise, made sure he had done all of his assignments 'cause i had him call his teachers last night.
Victoria: Oh, that's very commendable. Thank you.
Victoria: I just hope you're not gonna take issue with how i raise my son again, mom.
Nikki: Darling, I'm sorry things got so heated yesterday. I really was more upset with J.T. Than with you.
Victoria: That's sort of obvious.
Nikki: Well, can you blame me? I mean, he breezes back into town after all this time, leaving a fractured family behind, and he expects to play superdad? What reed needs is stability and discipline, and I know you feel the same way.
Nikki: Victoria. Did you hear anything I just said?
Victoria: I heard you.
Nikki: So what...or who is putting that smile on your face?
J.T.: [ Sighs ]
Cane: Uh, morning.
Billy: Sounds like somebody didn't sleep here last night.
J.T.: [ Sighs ] Why you ask that?
Billy: 'Cause you're trying to sneak in here on a slow crawl of shame.
Cane: Yeah, it kind of looks like you've been hit by a truck.
J.T.: Well, gentlemen, i really appreciate the concern, but...
Billy: Something happened somewhere.
J.T.: Nothing a little coffee can't fix. I didn't get much sleep last night. What's on the agenda for today?
Billy: You really think we're gonna let this whole little mess slide?
Cane: Not a chance. But I first need to tell you about something, and it's gonna come as a shock.
Sharon: All right, oatmeal's ready. Get it while it's hot. And, faith, you can take your breakfast to go!
Kathy: Thank you so much.
Sharon: Don't mention it, kathy. Grab a bowl for yourself.
Mariah: You know, I'm heading into town, so I can take faith to school. And I'm gonna head upstairs and see what's keeping her -- wardrobe or hair.
Sharon: Okay, before you say anything, yes, you have a point. I know.
Nick: You're taking in total strangers. You're putting faith at risk and you and mariah.
Sharon: Shh. Come here. Okay, yes, I-I just met kathy, but I'm pretty sure she's no threat to anyone. And maybe it wouldn't hurt for you and chelsea to take faith for a few days.
Nick: Days? Sharon, are you moving them in with you?
Sharon: Just long enough so that kathy can get back on her feet.
Nick: Okay, look, um, sharon, you are an incredible person. I understand what you're doing, but I think it's gonna take longer than you think to find this woman and her family a new safe home.
Sharon: Well, even if it does, it doesn't matter. I can't throw them back out on the street now. I am not abandoning a fellow mom in crisis.
Paul: We'll talk then.
Ashley: Here you go.
Paul: Oh, thanks. I just spoke with the detective covering the jabot burglary.
Ashley: Yeah? Any news?
Paul: They're still waiting on forensics. So, did you ever submit that list of stolen chemicals?
Ashley: I'm still working on it. Under normal circumstances, it would be pretty easy to compile, but because of the remodel, we've barely logged anything in, let alone put it in its proper place.
Paul: Right. My guys are aware.
Ashley: Would you let them know that I'm double-checking invoices and packing slips to see what kind of supplies this thief had access to?
Paul: Well, I'm glad you have a plan, because knowing exactly what chemicals this creep targeted will narrow down our search.
Ashley: Yeah, well, just so you know, jabot security is working with our lab division. I don't want to waste any time in finding out who did this. I want them to be prosecuted and then locked the hell up.
Dina: Pharmaceuticals? When did you become a sales rep for those?
Graham: Just recently, remember?
Graham: Well, it's not all that exciting, so I don't talk about it that much.
Dina: I see. Well, whatever you feel comfortable with, darling.
Graham: Well, I am not working today, so let's talk about how you'd like to spend this beautiful morning.
Dina: Ooh! What would you like to do?
Graham: Well, how about going for a nice, long walk in the park before lunch?
Dina: Oh, that sounds heavenly. You know, you always know exactly what I need.
Billy: Does this sudden trip, uh, involve both lily and the eiffel tower?
Cane: You guessed it.
J.T.: Ah, well, good for you. All right, best of luck, man.
Cane: Thank you.
Billy: Yeah, yeah, we're all very happy for you, but let's be honest, it's not really that surprising, so what is the shocking part of the announcement?
Cane: Well, I, uh, have to leave someone in charge of chancellor while I'm gone, and... I choose you.
J.T.: Hmm. I'm shocked.
Billy: Oh. Well, thanks, buddy. I'll try and do my best to not outshine the absent C.E.O.
Cane: Well, I'm not really concerned about that, so...
Billy: Oh, man. I think this calls for a celebratory omelette. Let's see if esther can't whip something up, huh? Esther!
Cane: Look, it was up to me, I would have put you in charge.
J.T.: Yeah, but you just told him he was.
Cane: Yeah, well, I didn't have much say in that. That was all jill's doing.
J.T.: Oh, all right. I got it.
Cane: So, will you do me a favor and just keep an eye on him for me?
J.T.: Whatever you need.
Cane: 'Cause I just want to make sure that clown doesn't destroy the company.
Dina: [ Inhales deeply ] Ah, the crisp air feels marvelous. You know, each breath seems to clear my head just a little bit more. Thank you, darling. You know, I was thinking, why don't we ask jackie and the girls on our cruise?
Graham: Well, that's totally up to you, of course. But I thought you wanted a relaxing vacation. Your kids tend to squabble a lot.
Dina: Oh, well, I'm sure they can put that behind them and enjoy themselves.
Nick: Hello, mrs. Mergeron.
Dina: Hello. Do I know you?
Nick: Oh, uh, I'm a very good friend of jack and ashley'S. I know you by reputation. My name is nick.
Dina: Well, I'm delighted, nick. And this is my dear companion, graham. He's in pharmaceuticals.
Nick: Heard about your court appearance. Make sure you take good care of her.
Dina: Well, I'm famished, ready for lunch. What have you got in the little picnic b--
Graham: It's not a picnic. These are her medications.
Nick: You better give them to her, because if this woman hurts my family one more time, then we're gonna have a big problem. It was nice to finally meet you. Enjoy the rest of your day.
Dina: The same to you, my dear.
Graham: Come on, we're going home.
Dina: Well, we just started our walk.
Graham: We've been walking.
Dina: We have?
Graham: For hours.
Dina: Oh, no, we couldn't be. Are you sure?
Dina: Oh, that's ridiculous.
[ Mutters ]
Mariah: How's it going?
Tessa: Obviously not very well.
Tessa: Yeah, uh, devon's coming back tonight, and he's hoping for a song.
Mariah: Well, I'm sure you will come up with something worth listening to.
Tessa: I've been trying for days. You know, I feel like I just have hit a wall.
Mariah: Well, I've seen you in music mode before, and when you're passionate, you throw a little bit of honesty in there, you come up with something great.
Tessa: Yeah. But if I'm gonna do this for a living at the level devon's expecting, I need to be more disciplined.
Mariah: Okay, well, uh, why don't you try writing about something you actually care about as opposed to, um... let's see what we got here. "Mistah barista, hott-ay with the lattes." Is this about someone real, or...?
Tessa: Yeah, that's the problem. I need some real inspiration.
Mariah: Hey, don't look at me.
Victoria: So last week, I was picking up the kids from billy's, and katie looks to phyllis and she says, "are you my new grandmother?"
Nikki: Aw, bless her little heart.
Victoria: I know. I mean, you know, I probably shouldn't have laughed, but, uh, I think katie's just reacting to jill being in australia or something like that. But you should have seen the look on phyllis' face. And billy only made things worse, of course.
Nikki: What do you mean? Better? Funnier?
Victoria: I don't know. I guess I shouldn't have enjoyed it as much as I did, but i couldn't help it.
Nikki: Well, it's good that johnny and katie can spend some time there, and that gives you a chance to spend some time with reed while you still can. Has J.T. Understood the seriousness of this yet?
Victoria: You know, mom, he really does want what's best for reed.
Nikki: Well, people use different parenting styles, and sometimes that's a positive, but in this situation with reed, where he stands, he has so much at stake. I really think it's best if you and J.T. Present a united front to him, darling.
Victoria: That's true. In fact, J.T. Was just saying that earlier. Don't worry, mom. He and I are more in sync than i ever thought we would be.
J.T.: So, whatever you need while cane's away, I'm your guy.
Billy: Okay, well, why don't you do me a favor? Look into the feasibility of chancellor acquiring an amusement park.
J.T.: See, this is where anyone else would say, "you're kidding," but I know you're not. You're serious.
Billy: See? This is good. You and I are gonna work well together.
J.T.: Hey, before cane finishes with sam, can we get serious for a second?
Billy: You want to get serious? Why don't you start by seriously telling me what went down last night, like her name, her talents?
J.T.: I never said it was a woman.
Billy: His name, his talents.
J.T.: Oh, that's cute. Is that how it's gonna be the whole time he's gone?
Billy: You want me to stop? I'll stop. You just have to do one thing. Spill it.
J.T.: [ Scoffs ]
[ Cellphone rings ]
Ashley: What is it, graham? Is my mother okay?
Graham: She's terrific.
Ashley: Then what do you want?
Graham: A détente, a little peace between you and me.
Ashley: Yeah, I'm familiar with the term. You always have an agenda for everything you do, so again, what do you want?
Graham: Well, despite what you might think of me, I'm not a monster. I don't want to keep a sick woman away from her children.
Ashley: So what are you suggesting?
Graham: Come to the club today. Right now, if you can. Spend some time with her.
Ashley: Wait, me? Just me all by myself?
Graham: For today anyway, yes. It'll be easier if I do this with you one at a time. And I'd ask jack to come over first, but he'd probably throw me off the balcony.
Ashley: And what makes you think I won't?
Graham: That's a risk I'm willing to take.
Ashley: Wow. You really think I'm gonna buy into this phony maneuver of yours?
Graham: I'm sorry?
Ashley: You don't care about making amends for my mother or anybody else.
Graham: Come over and see for yourself.
Ashley: Okay. I'll see you soon.
Tessa: Hey. I'm sorry if I upset you. I wasn't trying to be insensitive or flirty.
Mariah: No, it's -- it's my fault, really. I overreacted. It was kind of psycho of me, actually.
Tessa: Well, I like your blend of deadpan and dramatic. That's why I miss bouncing ideas off of you. That's what I meant. I'm making you uncomfortable or annoyed. Um, I'll go.
Mariah: No, no, please, please, don'T. Yeah, if we can't even be in the same room together while I'm overflavoring my coffee that I'm gonna toss back in three gulps, that would be uncomfortable.
Tessa: Oh, uh, by the way, you were amazing in the last segment of "the hilary hour." I think it was, um, oh, "is vhs the new vinyl?"
Mariah: Really? Because I swear I could feel the audience tuning out while I was taping it.
Tessa: What? No! You rocked it. I mean, you were so sweet and respectful to those geeky videotape collectors, and you brought heart to it. You always do. And you looked amazing doing it.
Mariah: Oh, no.
Mariah: Oh, my gosh. I have to pick up my dry cleaning. I totally forgot, or else I'm gonna have to tape the next show naked, which would be crazy. Can you imagine? Please don'T. Uh, don't imagine. I just have to go. I'll talk to you later.
[ Chuckles ]
Cane: Where's J.T.?
Billy: I'm assuming the office.
Cane: That's strange. Why'd he go without saying goodbye?
Billy: Well, maybe it was my constant pestering about his all-night sexcapade that ran him out of here.
[ Door opens, closes ]
Mattie: Hi, guys.
Charlie: Hey, dad. Billy.
Billy: Hey, how are you?
Cane: I'm glad you guys are here, actually. I want to talk to you about something.
Billy: I'm gonna take off to chancellor, but if you need me, just, uh, call me on my cell.
Cane: Oh, in case you're not at the office, right?
Billy: See you, guys.
Cane: Okay. Um, sit down for a second. I want to talk to you.
Charlie: Is this one of those family meetings? 'Cause that's just code for bumming us out.
Cane: No. Um, listen, I have to go out of town briefly.
Mattie: On a work trip?
Cane: Something like that. I have to, uh, take care of something. Um, so I was thinking while I'm gone, how about you guys stay at uncle devon's till I get back?
Charlie: Yo, that's cool. Yeah, I'm just surprised you're going out town with mom still away. Not that I don't think we can handle it.
Cane: You're gonna have a lot of fun. It's gonna be a blast. And you won't even notice I'm gone.
Charlie: You never said where to.
Mattie: Read between the lines. He's going after mom to paris.
[ Quietly ] He just doesn't realize it's another disaster in the making.
J.T.: Hey. I probably should have called first, but I, uh, I just wanted to see you.
Victoria: That's okay.
J.T.: I need to know something.
Victoria: Sure. Ask.
J.T.: What was that last night?
Graham: I'm so glad you decided to come. I haven't had lunch yet, so i ordered room service in case we get peckish.
Ashley: After what you said, I'm more concerned about my mother.
Graham: Of course. I understand. I'll go get her.
Dina: Oh, ashley! Oh, my dear, how wonderful to see you, darling.
Ashley: Are you okay?
Dina: Oh, yes, I'm fine now, especially that you're here.
Ashley: Oh, I'm so happy.
Dina: Oh. Did graham tell you about the cruise we're taking?
Graham: She thinks we're going on a cruise. We're obviously not.
Dina: Did you ask your boss for the time off? I mean, it's very last minute.
Ashley: Your boss?
Dina: Yes. He's a sales rep. Pharmaceuticals.
Graham: Uh, dina?
Graham: Did I show you the website of the cruise company?
Dina: Oh, no, you didn'T. Let me see.
Graham: This is the one we're booking right here.
Dina: Oh, oh, that's enchanting. I can't wait.
[ Chuckles ]
Graham: That's how dina explained her alzheimer medications to herself. She decided that I was a salesman for a drug company. I didn't want to correct her.
Dina: Oh, yes, of course! You're with housekeeping. Would you be a dear and ask them to send up extra towels, please?
Ashley: Of course.
Dina: Thank you, miss. Oh! Where is my head today?
[ Chuckles ] Thank you again.
Ashley: I'm fine. You keep it. (Cat 1) friskies world...
Nikki: I just don't understand how sharon could invite them to move in mere hours after meeting them.
Nick: Sharon's always been an amazing person, and now that she's studying psychology and working at the crisis hotline, she's become even more empathetic. I admire her.
Nikki: Well, a stranger isn't like a stray cat, you know. Go to the vet, get a few shots, a new litter box, and you're good to go. I mean, there's generosity and then there's ignoring basic common sense.
Nick: Where you going?
Nikki: I'm going back to the ranch. I have to talk to sharon.
Nick: No, mom. No. I did not tell you all this so you can go and put sharon in check.
Nikki: Darling, you tried. Clearly she needs to have another conversation about her house guests before they become her roommates!
Sharon: Hey, what are you doing home so early?
Mariah: I told hilary that i wanted to work on the next episode from home.
Sharon: Well, that can't be what's making you so sad. You want to talk about it?
Mariah: I would if I knew what was going on. You know, one minute you're cruising through life, making round-the-clock decisions, not questioning them at all. You know, coffee or latte? Coffee. Superhero movies or "the kingdom beyond"? "The kingdom beyond." Tend bar or co-host a tv show? Hosting. Even if it means working under a diva who makes it her mission to make my life a living hell or interviewing a lady who swears her new cat-food diet is the surefire way to a slimmer, saner you. But what if every decision you make is just wrong?
Sharon: Well, you know that's bull.
Mariah: I don't know. I mean, maybe that would explain why I've managed to mess up every single thing in my life. I don't miss my childhood, understandably. I greatly prefer being an adult. Or I did until everything started sucking so much. When did adulting get so hard?
Sharon: I don't remember it ever being easy.
Mariah: Well, thanks to your suggestion, this has been helping.
Sharon: [ Gasps ]
Sharon: You actually got a journal?!
Mariah: I did. And I've managed to fill up a decent chunk of it since we last talked. Now, there's some off-color doodling, but for the most part, there's some observations, burning questions, many rants. But I like having it.
Sharon: That's fantastic. Keep it up. Dig deeper. Don't hold yourself back. You can always sift through it later and edit the parts that seem important to you.
Mariah: Did they teach you this in college?
Sharon: Sometimes I recommend it in my volunteer work, and when people ask me what they're gonna get out of it, I tell them about the three c's of journaling -- comfort, clarity, and charting, as in your own course.
Mariah: Like a map for my journey of self-exploration. If only I was going someplace.
Sharon: You are. And even if you don't believe it, I do.
Victoria: I'm not sure we're any closer to figuring out what came over us last night.
J.T.: Well, I'm glad I'm not the only clueless one.
Victoria: Yeah, me, too. You know, one minute we're arguing like dysfunctional parents that want to kill one another, and then the next we're just --
Victoria: [ Sighs ]
J.T.: We got nothing to argue about, right?
Victoria: Argue? I couldn't even make words come out of my mouth.
J.T.: Did you tell anybody about last night?
Victoria: Did you?
J.T.: No. No, not like we were breaking any laws. I mean, we're both single, right?
Victoria: Although some people would say that there's a period of time after you break up with somebody that something like that might be considered, uh, rebound sex. That couldn't be it, though, right?
J.T.: Well, like I was trying to take my mind off the divorce. Not consciously, no. What about you? You escaping something?
Victoria: No, that wasn't my primary goal. Like you said, it could have been subconscious. But, I mean, come on. That was not trying to escape.
J.T.: No, it wasn'T.
Victoria: Am I remembering this wrong, or was last night way...different than when we were married?
J.T.: Well, when we were married, no complaints, but I'm not sure you can compare it to last night.
Victoria: I'm not sure that anything compares to last night.
Graham: Please. Help yourself.
Ashley: I don't really have an appetite, graham.
Graham: I can see why that would be. Things can seem so normal, like there's no change at all, and then, just like that, she's someplace else, and I'm a traveling salesman and you're a hotel maid. I haven't been that hungry myself the past few days.
Ashley: Well, you better keep your strength up 'cause it's not gonna get any easier, right?
Graham: That is so true. No matter how tough it gets, i have to handle it. My only consolation is I think she's past the point of realizing how tragic it all is.
Ashley: Is that really true, though? 'Cause she could snap back like that and be completely lucid again, and we might get lucky. It could last a very, very long time.
Graham: How cruel would that be for her? To have just enough clarity to realize how detached from reality she's becoming? Sometimes I don't know what to pray for.
[ Zipper opens ] Damn it, it's in the mini fridge. Uh, would you mind getting my insulin and hypodermic from there, please?
Ashley: You're diabetic?
Graham: Developed as a kid. Type I.
Ashley: Okay, sure.
Graham: Oh, you know what? Sorry. False alarm. I don't need it, after all.
Ashley: Okay, so what? Back in the fridge?
Graham: Yes, please. Thank you.
[ Refrigerator door closes ]
Charlie: Why are you being so negative? I mean, this is a good thing. Do you really not see that?
Mattie: Maybe you should worry about how mom will see it. You and dad both.
Charlie: That's all he's thinking of. Her reaction's the point.
Mattie: And what if it's not the one you're hoping for? What makes you and dad so sure she wants to get back with him? Sorry. That -- that was a bad way to put it.
Cane: Uh, no, actually, that's a fair question, sweetheart.
Charlie: What's the answer, dad?
Cane: Look. Your mom and I have been talking, and I believe she's open to patching things up with me. I mean, more than open, to be honest with you.
Charlie: Mattie, what's your deal with this?
Mattie: I'm scared.
Cane: What are you scared about?
Mattie: People getting hurt again and that things will be even worse than they were before.
Nikki: Oh, my god. It's you.
Kathy: Nikki newman. I don't -- I don't even know what to say.
Nikki: Um, how about "come on in," because it's freezing out here.
Kathy: Um... I guess you've been trying to track me down after what happened on christmas? And I'm so, so sorry. I have been since the day I took off. I hope you're not changing your mind about whether or not you're gonna press charges, because i guess I deserve --
Nikki: You didn't steal anything from me, you see? So why would there be charges?
Kathy: So, if you're not hunting me down, how'd you end up here?
Nikki: Oh, that's a little complicated, but the short version is this is my ranch, everything except this house. This is my former daughter-in-law's house, sharon, and my grandchildren.
Kathy: Sharon?! This blows my mind. If she hadn't let my kids and me stay here for the last two nights, I don't know where we'd be.
Nikki: Well, the important thing is you ended up someplace special.
Kathy: [ Sighs ] Well, we don't want to wear out our welcome. Sharon is helping me come up with a solution, because I-I was not raised to take charity.
Nikki: Hey, neither was I. But I sure could have used some back then.
Kathy: So you know where I'm coming from?
Nikki: You know, I thought i had you all figured out the day I met you. I was caught up with the holiday spirit and convinced that you had been sent from above by my dear departed friend katherine. And that's -- that's your name, katherine.
Kathy: Well, I'm -- I'm no angel.
Mariah: Oh. Hi, nikki.
Nikki: Oh, hi, mariah.
Sharon: We were wondering who you were talking to out here. I see you met my neighbor, nikki newman.
Kathy: Oh, yeah, trust me. She needs no introduction.
Mariah: Uh, kathy, do you want a cup of tea before we go pick up the kids?
Kathy: Yeah, that's -- that's great.
Sharon: So, nikki, what brings you by? Is it nick and his grave reservations about --
Nikki: I just want to thank you for the beautiful, generous thing you have done.
Graham: When I see the blank look in dina's eyes or hear her delusions --
Ashley: You know, if it becomes too heartwrenching for you, then why don't you just tell one of us? I mean, we're happy to take over.
Graham: I can't do that. Long before any of this started, dina and I made a pact.
Ashley: You mean to come back to genoa city and sue her children so that we keep our distance? Is that it?
Graham: No, that I would protect her and take care of her, no matter what, until the very end.
Ashley: Right. You know, just a gentle reminder. It's dina that has alzheimer's, not me, because I haven't forgotten that you accused her of ruining your life, okay? So it makes this little routine of yours just a little hard to stomach. Just a little bit.
Graham: My relationship with dina is complicated.
Ashley: [ Chuckles ]
Graham: I met her at a dark time in my life when I was full of bitterness and self-pity.
Ashley: Oh, but you're not bitter anymore?
Graham: Dina elevated me above all the resentment and pettiness that I clung to for too long. She replaced it with respect and mutual caring friendship.
Ashley: Of course. She adored you. And you adored her. I mean, her money.
Graham: Your mother showed me great generosity. No one had ever treated me like that before, like I was worth something. She gave me the self-esteem to change my attitude. I wasn't a spiteful, self-pitying adolescent anymore. Thanks to dina, I have become so much more.
Ashley: You have. A spiteful, self-pitying adolescent who is this close to coming into hundreds of millions of dollars.
Graham: Only because I'm man enough to live up to the vows i made.
Ashley: Oh, are you referring to your marriage vows? Because you know nobody believes that. I mean, nobody in the entire world believes that.
Graham: I meant every word.
Ashley: Maybe five words. "Till death do us part." And I have to clue you in. You might want to adjust those expectations.
Sharon: Nick gets a pass for snitching on me. I get that he was worried about having a stranger in the house with faith.
Nikki: And you and mariah. I mean, it could have been a problem, but I see that you made the right decision.
Sharon: Thank you.
Nikki: I wish every parent like kathy who's struggling and trying to find their way out had a guardian angel.
Sharon: Did you just call me an angel?
Nikki: Well, that's a leap, but, you know, you can take it. You've earned it.
Sharon: What kind of landlord evicts a single mom and her kids in the middle of winter?
Nikki: Far too many, I'm afraid. It's a real problem. You know, you might have inspired me.
Nikki: I mean, just trying to take it on in genoa city would be a huge challenge.
Sharon: Maybe you were looking for one and you just didn't know it.
Nikki: And maybe I don't need to look anymore.
Cane: Now, I need you to be on your very best behavior for auntie esther, okay, 'cause daddy has to go and make things right, and when I get back, you'll have this safe, new home that's gonna be full of so much love, 'cause that's what you deserve, just like your big brother and sister. 'Cause you guys deserve a dad that does the right thing from now on, and that's what I'm gonna do. And I promise you you can count on me. Come here.
Charlie: Hey, buddy.
Cane: Hey, buddy. All right, well, uh, I'll call you guys as soon as I land, all right?
Charlie: Hey, go do your thing, dad. Go get mom back.
Cane: I love you.
Mattie: Love you, too.
J.T.: Get back to work and, um, I will try to do the same thing.
Victoria: Yeah, I'm really glad that we talked.
J.T.: Me, too. I'm glad we did.
Victoria: It doesn't really matter where last night came from anyway, you know?
J.T.: Just move on and... take it for what it was.
Victoria: Yeah. Just a crazy, hot... freak moment.
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Ashley: You know, this was a very heart-warming attempt to befriend me, for my mother's sake, of course, but just a little bit too transparent.
Graham: I don't know what you mean.
Ashley: Step one is reaching out. Step two is somehow trying to convince my family that your marriage is, what, genuine?
Graham: I reached out to you because I thought that you might dial down the selfish, little bitch routine long enough to help me do what's right for your mother.
Ashley: Oh, I'm going to do what's right for my mother. Do you want to hear step one of my new plan? I'm gonna convince the judge to side with my family against your sad, little sham of a marriage that you somehow thought we were gonna accept. You need a reality check, 'cause you're not gonna win here. We're gonna take our mother back. And there's only one selfish, little bitch here, and I'm looking at him. But not for long.
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