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Episode #11594 ~ Cane plans for his future; Mariah receives a troubling message; Billy proposes to Victoria.
Provided By Suzanne
Previously on "the young and the restless"...
Billy: I'm talking about us. We can get back together, drive each other crazy till the end of time.
Jack: What do you think?
Dina: I think you're ruining your father's legacy.
Summer: Wait, what does my mom have to do with this?
Kyle: She hired a P.I. He took pictures of lola and me.
Phyllis: Sweetie, hi. What a ni--
Summer: Don't you dare call me that after what you've done.
Summer: The minute that we left town, you tried to break up kyle and me.
Phyllis: Who told you that?
Summer: So it is true.
Johnny and katie: Surprise!
Victoria: Oh! Wow! I wasn't expecting all of this. What's the occasion? Mwah!
Katie: You'll see.
Billy: Okay, come here. You ready? Okay.
[ Whispering ] Go, go, go, go, go, go, go.
Billy: Cabernet pour vous.
Billy: [ Sighs ]
Victoria: So, um, why did you do all of this? What's going on?
Mattie: So, what's this news you mentioned?
Charlie: Is it about mom?
Mattie: Something good, I hope.
Cane: Hopefully. Um... it's to do with your mom's, uh, early release. She's, uh, coming home tomorrow.
Mattie: That's fantastic!
Charlie: Tonight will be the last night she'll have to spend in jail -- hopefully ever.
Mattie: You couldn't have told us better news.
Cane: But there's something else I need to tell you, and you're probably not gonna be pleased about it. But you should be prepared. So, I met with michael baldwin, and... I couldn't sign the divorce papers.
Cane: You don't have to say it. I know what you're gonna say.
Mattie: No, I'm thinking maybe we do.
Cane: Okay, look, I'm aware of all the reasons that your mom and I got in this predicament. I'm also aware of the reasons that we're good together. So all I have to do is just prove myself to her, that I can be better, and that I can be different. So what I've decided to do is make some crucial decisions. Now, I'm only telling you guys this because you're not kids anymore, and it affects all of us. Hopefully this will be a way back, and something wonderful for all of us.
Mariah: Hey. Whoa, whoa, whoa! Hey! Do you need any help?
Tessa: No, no, no, no, no. I think I got it. Thank you.
Tessa: [ Sighs ] Well, I'm glad that you could convince sharon to close up early.
Mariah: Uh, yeah. She had a lot of questions, but I don't really know what you're up to. So, what are you up to?
Tessa: Well... um, well, I've been in a creative groove again, and I've been writing a lot, playing with a new sound.
Mariah: Very cool.
Tessa: So... I'm at the point now where I need feedback from the person whose opinion means the most to me, the person who knows me better than anyone.
Mariah: Uh, well, yeah, of course. I mean, I always love listening to your music. But, you know, we could have just done this at home.
Tessa: Oh, no, no, no, no, no. The acoustics are way better here. Plus, I wanted to give you some distance so you could remain objective.
Mariah: Okay. Well, I could be plenty objective at home on the couch in my sweats... okay. I'm sorry. I -- I can see that this is very important to you.
Tessa: I know how lucky I am that devon gave me another shot. And to have someone as intuitive as ana producing my music. I need you to be totally and completely honest. I want to know if this new stuff is as good as it feels. And that I'm not just kidding myself
Mariah: Okay. I will be completely honest with you. And I'll give you my total, unvarnished opinion.
Jack: How am I destroying dad's legacy?
Dina: With your absurd idea. "Jabot lifestyle."
Jack: No, jabot collective.
Dina: Oh, please.
Jack: It's a marketing idea.
Dina: Oh, really?
Jack: Presenting skin care, cosmetics, and fragrances as part of a lifestyle that includes fashion.
Dina: I heard it the first time. It's utter nonsense.
Jack: What is it you don't like about this? Why this violent reaction?
Dina: You've taken everything your father created and turned it on its head.
Jack: No, wait a minute. I have taken what ashley left behind, and I'm saving the company. I think dad would be very proud.
Dina: Your father would be ashamed of you. The man who devoted a lifetime building this business. And what have you done? You're destroying it. You failed him, jackie.
Jack: I failed him?
Dina: Yes, you have.
Jack: You're the one who walked out on him and broke that poor man's heart. Abandoned all of us without so much as a backward glance. (Clucking noises)
Jack: You talk about dad's vision as if you had any interest in what he was trying to accomplish. As if you were there to support him. You weren't! You were at endless bridge games and tennis lessons at the club. And when that bored you, you took off like a shot.
Dina: [ Whimpers ]
Jack: [ Sighs ] I'm sorry. I di-- I didn't mean to say that. Wait, wait.
Dina: John! John? Oh, where are you, john? I'm so worried about jackie.
Jack: It's gonna be all right. I'm gonna make sure.
Dina: No, no. Stay away from me.
Jack: Listen, I will be here for you.
Dina: No, no.
Jack: Let me get us some tea. Come on. Let's sit down. Come on --
Dina: No! No. I'm so tired. I'm so tired. I... I need to lie down.
Billy: This is your night. Let someone do for you.
Victoria: Anyone particular in mind?
Billy: Someone that can get you to relax, to switch gears, to not take yourself so serious.
Victoria: That's a tall order.
Billy: Someone that can get you to laugh even when life doesn't give you sunshine and incense and peppermints and tiny juggling bears on unicycles. All the things you find irresistible about me.
Victoria: So, what's on the agenda this evening?
Billy: You don't need to worry about that. It's all taken care of. The kids have eaten, and dinner's in the oven.
Victoria: Mm. You're cooking?
Billy: I just said you don't need to take care of that. Okay? I got it all.
Billy: You just get to have fun and relax and enjoy yourself and not think of anything happening outside of this room.
Victoria: Sounds good.
Billy: Wow. I lost you already. That was really quick.
Billy: You just glazed over.
Victoria: [ Sighs ] Billy, you're not gonna believe what I found out today.
Billy: Try me. It turns out that my father's been going to vegas because he's been meeting with a psychiatrist.
Billy: Well, I've always thought your dad needed his head examined.
Victoria: No, this isn't funny. What if something's happened to him? What if -- what if -- I'm sorry. Heh. You and the kids have gone to so much trouble to make everything nice and, uh, I'm not gonna spoil it.
Billy: That's my girl.
Victoria: I promise that tonight will be a victor-free zone.
Billy: Cheers to that.
[ Guitar music playing ]
Tessa: It's like I woke up out of body in your bed
just out of focus
it all makes sense
trace the shadow
daylight dancing on your skin
coming into view
oh, it all
it all makes sense
when I see you, oh, it all
it all makes sense
Summer: I know everything that you did. I know that you hired a P.I. To follow kyle because you were sure that he would go straight back to lola.
Phyllis: And as it turns out --
Summer: It was the entire reason why you wanted to go on that spa trip. You didn't care about spending time with me or helping me heal. You were just hoping that kyle would mess up.
Phyllis: [ Scoffs ]
Summer: Oh, so much for all that talk about acceptance and trust. What'd you do, mom? Did you book their hotel room for them, too?
Phyllis: I wanted to protect you, to prove he cannot be trusted.
Summer: Right. That must be the reason why you were trying to use this information to blackmail jack into letting go of fenmore's -- because you cared so much about my well-being. Except for the part where you're trying to create this huge scandal to hurt jabot and completely humiliate me.
Phyllis: Okay, why don't you try to see this from my perspective?
[ Scoffs ] Oh, my god. You don't have a perspective. All you have is targets and collateral damage. Those are the only two terms that you think in.
[ Scoffs ] I have been sitting here trying to figure out, why would you be willing to wreck my happiness for a business deal? Hm? What did I do to deserve that? Why would you treat me this way? And then it hit me. That you never forgave me for sleeping with billy. And that all of this is just payback. (Announcer) do you push through migraine?
Jack: Checking e-mails or work?
Traci: Oh, hey. Uh, actually, I have a little idea I'm playing with. A friend of mine came to me recently and asked for some advice, and I found myself quite taken with his dilemma.
Jack: I hope I didn't break the spell.
Traci: [ Chuckles ] Oh, no, no, no, no. We're in the pre-spell phase. We're in the "sipping tea, staring into space" phase. I haven't written a single word.
Jack: Yeah, I guess it's a whole process.
Jack: Well, one day, I'll get to say I was there for the conception of your new novel.
Traci: Well, it's good to have a dream.
Jack: Yeah. Seems like all the abbotts have new dreams, new beginnings. You're starting a new novel. Abby's opening a new restaurant. Billy's reuniting with victoria. Kyle is a newlywed. I'm back at my desk at jabot. Hell, even ashley may have found what she's been looking for after all these years. At my expense.
Traci: Jack, I'm still worried that this playful competition is gonna wind up hurting both of you.
Jack: You know what? It's a healthy rivalry. We bring out the best in each other. And I'm certainly hoping she's gonna show up for abby's big night. It'd be nice to have the family together, wouldn't it?
Traci: Jack, I overheard you and mother earlier from upstairs. Did she have some kind of an episode or something? It sounded like there was an argument.
Jack: Believe it or not, we were talking about business.
Jack: Yeah. I couldn't have been more surprised. She was lucid in a way she hasn't been in months. More with it than I thought it was even possible.
Jack: [ Sighs ] It caught me off guard. I... she was so present.
Traci: That's just am-amazing.
Jack: She called me jack. When's the last time she called me jack? She was right there with me. And then, just like that, I lost her again.
Traci: What happened?
Jack: I let something she said get under my skin, and i reacted in the same old way, the same old pattern. I wish it hadn't happened. Neither one of us was ready for it. Anyway, she went back to her world, and I was left with this realization.
Traci: What? What?
Jack: When mom came back into our lives, I was so glad. I didn't want to make waves. And then we found out about her diagnosis, and everything was about her care. And I-I wanted to be there for that.
Traci: Yes, and you were. You were. You even stepped back from your career for quite a while.
Jack: The whole time, I was keeping all these feelings bottled up inside of me. Things I...wanted to tell her but didn't have the chance. Things... things I never told anybody.
Traci: Oh. I did hear shouting, didn't I? How bad did it get, jack?
Jack: Oh, traci, I just unloaded on her. Poor woman. I told her she was an awful mother, an awful wife. Leaving three kids behind, damaging her husband, her family. Damaging me. Damage I carry around to this day.
Cane: The other big change I've decided to make -- and, uh, it's a big one... um, I've decided to downscale my life.
Charlie: What does that mean?
Cane: It means that running a conglomerate like chancellor takes all my time and energy away from my family and my marriage, that's what it means. And I don't understand why I'm doing it. What's the point? Is it for title? Is it for privilege? Prestige? I mean, look at this. I've created this exorbitant lifestyle around me, and it just takes too much energy and too much time, and it's just too hard to maintain.
Mattie: So, what? You're quitting your job now?
Cane: Yes, I am. Uh, tomorrow morning, I am going to tell jill that I'm stepping down.
Mattie: And do what instead?
Cane: I've been thinking a lot about that. Um... I want to do something that contributes. Something that gives back.
Mattie: Something that will impress mom.
Cane: Hey. Hey --
Charlie: What mattie's trying to say is, if you're gonna do something, do it because it means something to you, not just for mom's sake.
Cane: All right --
Mattie: You can't live your whole life for other people. It's not only not being true to yourself, but --
Charlie: It puts way too much pressure on everyone else.
Cane: That is my point, all right? I want to find some meaning to my life. At the same time, I want to -- I want to get rid of all those things that came between your mom and I. I need to show your mom that I can take these steps, and that I can just go all the way.
Mattie: You're setting yourself up. You're ignoring the facts.
Cane: I'm not setting myself up. I'm not ignoring the facts.
Mattie: Dad, don't you see? Mom doesn't love you anymore. Why can't you just accept that and let it go? Let mom go!
Cane: Mattie --
Charlie: [ Sighs ]
Billy: Okay. You know what? We, uh -- we will order food next time so we can actually enjoy it.
Billy: Yes, yes.
Victoria: [ Chuckles ]
Billy: Look at you.
Billy: It's good to see you laughing again.
Victoria: You know what? You seem different, too. You seem less stressed.
Billy: Well, things are good between us. Makes my world easy and peaceful. And do you know what I want more than anything in the world right now? Dessert. Dessert! Come right in, please, mister and missus.
Victoria: Wow, just like magic.
Billy: Get on in here. Look at that. Hey, buddy, where's the spoons? Where's the spoons?
Johnny: In my pocket.
Victoria: It looks so good.
Victoria: You thought of everything.
Phyllis: I forgave you a long time ago. You are what matters to me, not billy. And I made it very clear to you, I do not want to lose this relationship.
Summer: You did. And I was stunned, because i don't understand how you could forgive me after I seduced the man that you were living with.
Phyllis: I meant every word.
Summer: Did you? Because after last night, I'm not so sure.
Phyllis: Okay, ho-- please. Listen to what I'm --
Summer: You know, mom, you -- you actually spoke to me as a mother. You said all the things that I needed to hear. But I think, deep down, some part of me knew that you were not over this. And why would you be? You're no saint. So why would you turn the other cheek?
Phyllis: Billy took advantage of you.
Summer: Mom, we both know that it's not that simple. Yeah, did billy lead me to believe that it was something more than just revenge sex? Sure. But I was the idiot who fell for that. Billy didn't force me into anything. It was a choice, and I knew what I was doing. I knew the risks, and I was still willing to take it. Knowing that it would hurt you.
Because it would hurt you. You know, I told myself, "this is how she lived her life." That it served you right.
[ Voice breaking ] But the truth is, I'M... I'm ashamed of what I did. I cringe every time I think about it. I see billy... and I just want to hide. I don't even know how you can look at me anymore.
Phyllis: No, don't you say that. Listen to me. Don't you say that.
Summer: Mom, I'm so sorry.
[ Sobbing ] I'm so sorry.
Phyllis: It's okay, baby. It's okay.
Summer: I'm sorry.
Phyllis: Don'T. Don'T.
Jack: I have resented our mother for so long -- since I was a teenager. Her selfish need to gallivant all over europe, her desire to be one of the beautiful people. We weren't enough for her. Do you know, ever since she left, since the moment she left, I can track in my life a long line of bad decisions.
Traci: [ Sighs ] Well, yes. Dina made mistakes. She's flawed just like all the rest of us. It's part of being human.
Jack: Traci, do you have any idea how many times I have said that to justify her actions? Look at the damage she did. I couldn't make an emotional commitment to save my life. One disastrous relationship after another.
Traci: But you grew up. I mean, I-it took you a little while, but... jack, you have done amazing things.
Jack: And made just as many bad decisions.
Traci: Well, okay, jack. We all have. I mean, seriously. Everybody messes up from time to time -- even you.
[ Sighs ] Why blame our mother now? Where is this coming from? Is it turmoil at the office? Upheaval in your personal life? What?
Jack: I had adulthood forced on me at the age of 15. Trying to help dad manage his life. I had to put my feelings aside and focus on you girls. And I-- and it needed to be done, and I did it. And I became smilin' jack abbott. Not a care in the world.
Traci: A mask you put on so the rest of the world wasn't going to be able to see what was going on inside you.
Traci: So... unloading on mother, speaking your piece... did it help?
Jack: What do you think?
Traci: I think you look frustrated. I think you look dissatisfied. I think it's breaking your heart.
Jack: I have so many things I want to say to that woman
[Sniffles] That I'm never gonna get a chance to say. She's not present enough to understand any of this. She doesn't remember what she did. The great irony of my life. I just wish...
Traci: What? What? What do you wish?
Jack: You know what? It doesn't matter. It doesn'T. I-I'm sorry I interrupted your work. Get back to it, okay?
Traci: No, no. It --
Jack: I'm fine. I'm fine.
"The young and the restless"
Tessa: Don't wanna break
the silence or the sweet escape
the peacefulness upon your face
oh, it's everything
oh, it's everything so... what do you think? Okay. I know I said that I wanted you to be honest, but now I'm not so sure. Is -- is it -- is it that -- is it that bad?
Mariah: It was so beautiful. The music, your voice...
Tessa: You really think so?
Mariah: Oh, my god. Yes. Yes.
Tessa: And you're being totally objective?
Mariah: [ Chuckles ] It is in my professional opinion as somebody who works in the entertainment industry that your new song is insanely, mind-blowingly good. No, I'm sorry. No. It's great. It's -- it's great.
Tessa: Oh, thank you. Thank you. I was really hoping you'd like it. Thank you.
Mariah: Well, hope no more. You did it. You did it. You poured that amazing soul of yours into your music. And there are only so many artists that succeed in doing that.
Tessa: And you don't think there's -- that there's any point where it could be better or stronger?
Mariah: No, no. Not that I heard. Oh, my favorite part was, um,
[ Humming ]
Tessa: Give to me and the way I feel so safe
Tessa: Thank you.
Mariah: Of course.
Traci: Everything you do and everything you say, it means something. And the same goes for lily. And she has decided that divorce is the only answer.
Cane: She thinks that we don't have anything in common anymore, and it's because she's in there and I'm out here.
Traci: But, cane, she will never be exactly the same as she was.
Cane: But I'll always love her, no matter what.
Traci: I believe in love. I believe that there are couples who can work together and overcome almost anything.
Cane: Right. Exactly.
Traci: But is that you and lily?
Cane: Leaving us is not the answer to these problems.
Traci: Maybe this has been growing inside her for a while.
Cane: No, no. She was happy with us.
Cane: If she wasn't happy, she just would have told me.
Traci: Why did you kiss victoria twice?
Cane: It's not the same thing. No.
Traci: No, it's not. But something is happening inside of you, and you couldn't find the words to explain it, so you found an action instead. Maybe... maybe this is lily's action. You're gonna have to ask yourself, what are you fighting for, really?
Charlie: This whole thing's hitting mattie pretty hard. On top of everything else, she's nervous about college, you, mom, the problems you're having. It's just... it's all coming at a terrible time.
Cane: Well, is there ever a good time?
Charlie: You know what I mean. And I get why mattie said what she did. She thinks you need to hear the truth about how mom feels about you.
Cane: So, you guys think I'm in denial?
Charlie: I don't know. Just... put it this way -- if you are, it's best not to find out the hard way.
Traci: Handsome to a fault, with working-class aussie roots and larceny in his soul, he is quintessentially american. A master at re-inventing himself. Now, facing the biggest challenge of his life, stripping it all away, unearthing the man he once was the only chance he has of winning back his one true love.
Cane: Man, I appreciate your concern. I do, okay. But, you see, I'm a realist, so I kind of... kind of know what I'm up against.
Charlie: You sure about that?
Cane: Yeah, I am. You know, and you and your sister may think that this is a lost cause, all right, I'm gonna get my head handed to me. But what's the alternative here? Hmm? Giving up? Can't do it. Can't do it, man.
Jack: [ Sighs ]
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Phyllis: You don't have to say another word.
Summer: [ Sniffles ] No. No, mom, I need -- I need you to understand how I could do something like this to you. How I could sleep with your boyfriend. And the truth is [Sniffles] I just stopped caring. About anyone, including myself. And you had every right to want to get back at me. But, mom, please, not like this. Please, I -- for the first time in a really long time, I actually care about someone. And I don't even know if I knew how to care about a guy like this again. I didn't know if I even wanted to. But I love kyle so much, and I really want this marriage to work.
Phyllis: You and I didn't have it out like billy -- billy and I did, did we?
Summer: No. I heard that you really unloaded on him.
Phyllis: Heh. I got it out of my system.
Summer: And now you're doing it to me. Except not with words, but enticing me to go away with you so you could hire someone, hoping that kyle would just mess up.
Phyllis: Time out. Time out, okay? Maybe we need to resolve some stuff between the two of us, but that's not why I wanted to go away. It wasn't so that I could get even.
Summer: Well, it wasn't to get quality time in the pedicure room, either.
Phyllis: I told you, I-i wanted to give kyle an opportunity to show his heart. I don't think he's being honest with you.
Summer: He has been honest. Never once has he tried to lie to me and tell me that he was over lola. And if he did, I wouldn't have believed him. And, you know, instead of giving us time to just figure it out for ourselves, where this thing is going, you took it upon yourself to intervene just because it's not some fairy-tale love story.
Phyllis: I don't believe that this marriage is going to work, and I don't want to see you get hurt again.
Summer: Well, you are wrong, mom, about all of it. And if it is a mistake, then it's mine to make.
Phyllis: [ Huffs ] It's so damn easy for you to say that right now.
Summer: Yeah, because it's true. Seriously, mom, if you are trying to help me, please don'T. Just stay out of my life and focus on yours. Because it's one hell of a mess.
Jack: I would love to talk to you. I would welcome the chance to share with you everything that I have kept buried, bottled up in me.
Young dina: Go ahead. I can take it.
Jack: I grew up listening to dad create stories about you to excuse your behavior -- why you weren't at some of my games, why you weren't at my eighth-grade graduation. You know what he told me? He told me you were working with a charity, or that you were helping a friend who needed you. I needed you. Me. Your son. I always wondered what these people were like that dad invented -- what they looked like, what they sounded like. How they captured your attention. Because obviously they were more important to you than your own family was.
Young dina: Darling --
Jack: I am talking right now. Please, have a seat. After you left, I went to dad, and I asked him why. "Why? How could she do this to us?" He listened very patiently and sympathetically. And you know what he said to me?
Young dina: What?
Jack: He said, "why? Jack, only your mother can tell you that." And then, as kindly as he could, he told me to let it go. To move on. To try to be there as much as I could for ashley and traci, and -- and that's what I did. I did what I was told. But I never let it go. I would look at my sisters, and I would see that you broke their hearts. You trampled on their spirits. And I would get so angry about that that I would -- that I would actually forget you did the same thing to me. I shoved all of my feelings as deep down as I could so no one would know. But there was always the fact. The fact that you abandoned us. It was like this growing, festering resentment that took root in my bones. It was part of every aspect of my life. Every plan I made... every goal I set, every relationship that I embarked on... you were there. And so was this unasked, unanswered question. Why? Apparently only my mother can tell me. So you tell me, dina. Why? Make me understand.
Billy: You know, I know that we said that we were gonna take things -- take things slow.
[ Clears throat ] But sometimes you got to follow your heart. And this is how it should be every night for the rest of our lives. Will you marry me?
Jack: It's your turn, dina. Explain it to me. Help me understand why you left. I have all the time in the world.
Young dina: You know why i had to leave, jackie. I was deeply unhappy.
Jack: You had a family. A husband and three children.
Young dina: And you've called me selfish, and you were right. But I was so lonely, I ached inside. That's why I sought the company of other men.
Jack: Dad was lonely, too, and scared and confused. He didn't cheat on you.
Young dina: Only with jabot. In many ways, that was much worse, because I knew it was something that I could never compete with. I'm not saying that it excuses what I did. There is no excuse, and I've never even tried to offer one.
Jack: Oh, that is rich. You have never offered anything but excuses. If you're looking for absolution, you're not gonna get it from me.
Young dina: This is your party, darling. I'm here because you needed me. Not the other way around. Nothing I can say is going to take away the pain that I caused you. Or give you the answers that you want. There's no point in asking why. The real question here is, what do you want, jackie? What is your heart's desire at this time of your life? Do you want to keep following in your father's footsteps? Putting your job ahead of everything else? Or is it time to hang up those spurs and find out what it is that brings you real joy? Jabot was your father's dream. It doesn't have to be yours.
Jack: I'm not gonna let you put this on dad.
Young dina: If anything, I'm putting it on you.
Jack: If you had any idea the rage I felt for you...
Young dina: And I wish i could change that, but I can'T. So I'll ask you again -- what do you want?
Jack: [ Inhales sharply ]
[ Keys clacking ]
Mariah: I just can't wait for you to get into the studio with ana, and then you can share your new song with the world. Your incredible music and your lovely poetry. And then people can see the tessa that I know so well. I love the new song. I love it. And I love you so much.
[ Glass shatters ]
Tessa: [ Gasps ]
Mariah: Oh, my god! What the hell?
Tessa: Mariah, be careful. Mariah, be careful!
Mariah: God... what the -- who would do this?
Tessa: I don't know.
Mariah: There's a note.
Victoria: It's a gorgeous ring. This whole night has been so fabulous.
Billy: Then let's finish it with fireworks. Say yes, vick. To us being a family. Marry me.
[ Pounding on door ]
Phyllis: Billy! I know you're in there! Let me in!
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