Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/20/21

Y&R Transcript Tuesday 4/20/21


Episode #12090 ~ Victor keeps Billy on his toes. Mariah adjusts to her new normal. Elena receives a painful reality check.

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Victoria: Locke still hasn't sent the final purchase contracts. I'm starting to wonder if he's playing games with me.

Nikki: Oh, really? Well, if he is, you have to think about whether that's the kind of person you want to do business with. Two herbal tea, please.

[ Sighs ] I like the flower in your lapel. It's very pretty.

Victoria: Oh, thank you. There was a beautiful bouquet waiting for me at my office.

Nikki: Oh, from your father, no doubt. Wanted to make peace after the argument you had and also all the tension involved in acquiring locke's company, so.

Victoria: They were from billy.

Lily: You sent victoria flowers?

Billy: As a congratulations for besting her father, yeah. And cyaxares is a big win.

Lily: Oh. Well, I hope they weren't red roses so that she doesn't get the wrong idea.

Billy: They were a very benign bouquet of flowers for kicking her dad's butt and keeping locke's company out of his and adam's hands.

Lily: Right, okay. Well, I guess it's true that we should keep her as an ally, since she's back in the media business.

Billy: Yeah, of course. I mean, I want to be on good terms with her -- not only as a parent, but professionally, as well. It's important. But, honestly, I didn't think about it all that much.

Lily: Yeah, I just see how she might get the wrong idea, you know?

Billy: Mm, I don't think so. I think she's very embarrassed for, you know, what she said.

Lily: What, that she's still in love with you?

Billy: It was one of those moments where you blurt something out and you instantly regret it.

Lily: Uh-huh.

Billy: Do you really think that she's gonna make a play for me?

Lily: Well, it wouldn't be the first time.

Billy: Okay. We don't have to do this because this is not an issue.

Lily: Well, maybe it's not an issue for you, okay? But I think victoria's demonstrated what she's capable of when she decides to go after what she wants.

Abby: Every time I go in that store, it's like I'm in a trance. I want one of everything. Endless cute baby stuff.

Nina: If they had those stores when I was pregnant with chance, I certainly didn't know about them. I mean, handmade nursery furniture, please. And all those beautiful clothes and toys.

Abby: Uh, I just kept picturing chance rocking our baby in one of those gliders.

Nina: A glider that swivels and reclines and keeps the bottle warm, and I'm sure makes you a snack at 2:00 A.M.

Abby: Oh, yeah.

Jack: Hey, abby.

Abby: Uncle jack, hi! How are you?

Jack: Oh, I'm hanging in there. Nina, nice running into you like this. Genoa city has missed you.

Nina: Oh, thank you. That's very sweet. It still feels like home.

Jack: Well, abby tells me you're in town for a little while. That's good news for all of us. Listen, this is my first chance to say in person congratulations. Victor gave me the news -- the ivf worked, mariah's pregnant.

Abby: Yeah, thank you, thank you. Yes, we got so lucky. We got pregnant on the first try.

Nina: And now the fun begins.

Abby: Ooh, big time.

Jack: I am so thrilled for you and chance. This is an amazing journey you're all embarking on.

Abby: [ Laughs ]

Mariah: [ Groaning ]

Tessa: Oh, would you like any ginger ale?

Mariah: No, thank you.

Tessa: How about some saltines?

Mariah: Blech. God, no.

Tessa: How about some frozen yogurt?

Mariah: Are you trying to kill me?

Tessa: At least let me put some ice chips in a glass for you.

Mariah: Sure. Knock yourself out.

Tessa: Oh, you poor baby.

Mariah: [ Groans ] Are you talking about me or the embryo?

Tessa: Well, at the moment, I'm sympathizing with you.

Mariah: [ Exhales sharply ] You know, I thought it was gonna be sweet. Yeah. Morning sickness. I thought you wake up in the morning and you feel a teensy bit bad, but it's okay because you're pregnant, and then you -- you move on with your day, but it is so far past the morning, and there's nothing sweet about it.

Tessa: Oh. You don't enjoy feeling like you're gonna hurl for hours on end?

Mariah: It is crazy, though, you know, the reason why it's happening. My hormones are ramping up and my body's getting ready for baby-making mode. I do feel like a walking cliché, though.

Tessa: Well, you are glowing. It's more of a greenish glow.

Amanda: Well, this was a good idea.

Devon: I have one of those occasionally.

Amanda: Well, you've had a few of those today already.

Devon: Yeah. I'm glad you think so.

[ Indistinct conversation ] Rinsing the dishes before they go in the dishwasher?

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Abby: You know, even phyllis did something nice for me the other night. Yeah, she hosted a spa night at the hotel with mariah, me...

Jack: Lola, elena.

Abby: Yeah, you heard?

Jack: I heard, and I think that's a pretty nice gesture on phyllis' part.

Abby: Yeah, I was pretty shocked when she offered, given our history, but --

Jack: Babies have a way of bringing out the best in people.

Nina: Isn't that the truth.

[ Cellphone rings ]

Abby: Oh, my god. It -- it's chance.

Nina: [ Gasps ]

Abby: Chance, hi!

[ Laughs ] Oh, my gosh, no, I am so much better now that I can hear your voice.

[ Sighs ] I miss you so much. Well, I hope you're sitting down because I have the best news ever!

Jack: Well, I think that call call just made her day.

Nina: You know, she's been doing her best to be upbeat, but I know she wishes her husband was with her.

Jack: Yeah, it's a hard time for him to be away on a case.

Nina: Yeah, that's kind of why I'm glad I can be here for her. And I've been having a great time getting to know her and spending time with her, but it's hardly the same as having your spouse here with you at such an important time.

Mariah: Ugh. Oh, I'm so glad that abby is taking a break from documenting my every waking moment. Because chance does not want to see this. Mnh-mnh.

Tessa: I'd go with that.

Mariah: It's crazy how this condition is messing with my senses. I mean, things that I didn't even notice before are now overpowering. Foods and smells. And I am constantly tired. Exhausted. Like my body is siphoning off energy for the baby.

Tessa: Probably because it is.

Mariah: And I don't know if you've noticed at all, but I am all of a sudden miss sensitive. I mean, I turn into a puddle at the -- what is that smell?

[ Gags ] It's my moisturizer.

Devon: Take care, ladies.

Victoria: Take care.

Lola: Elena.

Elena: Hey.

Lola: Hi. What is so fascinating?

Elena: I was just watching devon and amanda. Apparently, they worked things out.

Lola: I'm sorry.

Elena: Don't be. Obviously, they care a lot about each other.

Lola: Like you and nate.

Elena: No, that is not going to happen. He made it painfully clear yet again.

Lola: When did that happen?

Elena: Right before I left for abby and mariah's celebration.

Lola: I see. You put up a really good front, but I could -- I could tell that there was something wrong.

Elena: The thing is, is you were right, though. I mean, there is still something between us, and I think he feels it, too. I mean, he's said as much.

Lola: Then what's stopping him from being with you again?

Elena: I don't think it's that he doesn't want to. He just thinks we missed our chance.

Lola: That makes no sense.

Elena: I know. And seeing devon and amanda, how they worked through their pain and get back together just makes me wonder why nate and i couldn't do the same.

Devon: So that call was from sutton?

Amanda: Yeah. He was able to rearrange his schedule today so that he can come in to genoa city. Now that he's been arraigned, he and naya want to meet with me, bet an overview of how I plan to handle his defense.

Devon: And what's the official charge?

Amanda: Conspiracy to commit murder.

Devon: That's heavy.

Amanda: Yeah, it is.

Devon: How do you feel about it?

Amanda: About what?

Devon: About the meeting today, 'cause you didn't get much notice.

Amanda: I took a step back from chancellor communications and corporate law so that I can focus solely on this case, and that is exactly what I've been doing. I have a sense of the kind of man that sutton ames is, the kind of pressure that he is under now that charges have been officially brought against him. I know how intent he is on clearing his name, and I am just as intent on getting answers to a lifetime of questions.

Devon: I have a feeling you're gonna be very successful.

Amanda: I have a feeling that you are right. The law is my arena, and I have never been more ready for anything in my life.

Lily: [ Sighs ] Gosh, everything is so good here, I never know what to order.

Billy: Well, I could talk to the chef and see if they'll whip up something special for you.

Lily: I'm sorry, is that your way of making up to me that you sent flowers to your ex? 'Cause you'll have to do better than that.

Billy: Hey, if you want to skip dinner and head right upstairs for dessert, I will show you exactly how much i appreciate you.

Lily: Oh, that sounds fantastic.

Victor: Cup of coffee. Thank you.

Billy: Victor. You here to drown your sorrows after your deal with locke went south? You know, it's got to be kind of annoying to have your shiny new toy slip through your fingers like that, all because your son is on the run from the cops.

Victor: Morning, lily.

Lily: Good morning.

Victor: So now let me ask you something. You were just kicked to the curb, and here you're gloating. What's wrong with that picture?

Billy: Yeah, we didn't win the deal for cyaxares, which is a bummer.

Victor: Billy boy, you're delusional as -- you weren't even close to making a deal.

Billy: Let me tell you how excited I am that victoria won, though. I sent her my congratulations earlier. I'm assuming the only thing you gave her was more grief for daring to defy you.

Victor: You know what they say about people who assume.

Billy: You know what? The important thing is, is that that great company that locke built is now in capable hands. Victoria's gonna do something positive with it instead of weaponizing it and pointing it directly at chanccomm, which is exactly what you and adam planned on doing.

Victor: Don't be so sure, billy boy.

Nikki: Knowing how billy's mind works, I assume he's trying to butter you up.

Victoria: [ Chuckles ] What? To what end?

Nikki: So that you won't use cyaxares to undercut chanccomm.

Victoria: Cynical much?

Nikki: Well, what other reason would he have to send you flowers?

Victoria: Because he's being sweet and supportive, and he wants to let me know that he's in my cheering section.

Nikki: Really?

Victoria: Yes, really. Billy knows how much I wanted this deal to work with locke on my own terms. And billy has been there when dad has tried to manipulate me so many times over the years. So I imagine that he's feeling a bit triumphant on my behalf.

Nikki: Oh, my god. Whenever you talk like that, I worry.

Victoria: About what?

Nikki: What I've been worried about all along -- that you're holding out hope to reconcile with billy.

Victoria: Don't be ridiculous. How many times have I told you that --

[ Cellphone chimes ] It's ashland locke.

Nikki: I gather it's not the news you were hoping for. If you have obstructive sleep apnea and you're often tired during the day, you could be missing out on amazing things.

Jack: So, this undercover case that chance is working on, is it normal for him to be out of touch with his family for weeks on end?

Nina: Yeah, I'm afraid so.

Jack: Wow, has to be hard on you.

Nina: Well, I'm used to it. His life has been like this for a long time, given his career choices, so.

Jack: I'm sure when paul offered chance the job, abby assumed that he'd be based here in genoa city.

Nina: Until the feds came calling. My son has a skill set that puts him in demand when it comes to certain operations. The level of secrecy is tough, but necessary.

Jack: A mother still worries.

Nina: Yeah, comes with the territory. It's another reason, actually, that I'm glad I can be here for abby.

Jack: Yeah, she can see your strength, see how you handle it.

Nina: Yeah, not a lot of spouses can, but she's tough. I think she'll adapt.

Jack: I think you met my son kyle at the wedding.

Nina: I did, briefly. He was a charming young man. Reminded me of his father.

Jack: Oh, thank you. Well, kyle and his fiancée are about to get married and probably have kids soon after.

Nina: Oh, my goodness, time flies.

Jack: And it has me wondering if I've prepared him, if I did or said the right things, if i was a good role model.

Nina: Well, no one can ever say you didn't respect the institution of marriage.

[ Both laugh ] I'm sorry. I couldn't resist.

Jack: I earned that. No, I certainly hope he doesn't have as many marriages as his old man. He's had a couple of false starts, but this time, I'm hoping it's gonna stick.

Nina: Well, to answer your question, the only thing that we can do is love them and raise them and do our best to launch them into the world and hope that they're good human beings and responsible citizens. I mean, that's it. That's our job.

Abby: That was fabulous! I feel a million times better.

Nina: I'll bet you do.

Abby: I'm sorry, I was gonna bring the phone back over so you could say hi, but chance cut the call short.

Nina: I'm just so thrilled that you got to talk to him.

Jack: Did he maybe mention when he was coming back?

Abby: No, no, but you know what? He sounded great, and it was so sweet when I told him that we were pregnant. I think he got a little teary when I told him about mariah. I could hear it in his voice. Under that calm strength, i could tell my husband is feeling all the same things that I am.

Mariah: Ugh.

Tessa: Hey. Are you feeling any better?

Mariah: I had to jump into the shower and scrub off every speck of my body lotion.

Tessa: Gosh, that's so wild.

Mariah: I mean, these are all of my favorite products, and now I -- I can't even stand the smell of them. Pregnancy strikes again.

Tessa: Okay. I will find a box and put everything in it that's making you feel queasy or weirded-out, and then I will go and replace the things that you need with fragrance-free versions.

Mariah: It's just all starting to feel so real.

Lola: Elena mentioned that your cousin moses is in town.

Nate: Yeah, he got in a couple days ago.

Lola: Didn't you say that nate would be mentoring him?

Elena: Yep.

Lola: Well, that's really wonderful.

Elena: Moses is volunteering at the hospital, actually, and we've talked about him interning at the clinic.

Nate: I'm not sure that's gonna be possible anymore.

Elena: Oh. Okay.

Nate: I'm setting up moses with an internship at chanccomm. Working the office for askmdnow. Between that and the hospital and schoolwork, kid's gonna have a full plate.

Elena: I get it. That's a lot.

Nate: Yeah. Don't want to set him up for failure.

Elena: Okay, well, I should get going. I don't want to be late for my shift.

Lola: Okay, well, I'll see you later.

Elena: Yeah.

Nate: Have a good one.

Elena: You, too.

Lola: Okay, so I'm not really good at being subtle -- and you can blame that on my really nosy mother -- but come on, nate. Help me understand why you can't get back together with elena. I can see the way that you look at her. You clearly still care a lot about her.

Nate: You're right. I do. Advanced non-small cell lung cancer can change everything.

"The young and the restless"

will continue.

Victoria: Locke says he's still working out some of the details of our deal, and he wants to meet in person to discuss it.

Nikki: Uh-oh. What does that say to you?

Victoria: Well, since there are no details to negotiate, it's either he's stalling or it's more gamesmanship.

Nikki: Well, you have to tell him that that's not the way you do business and you don't appreciate being treated that way and that you're willing to walk away.

Victoria: His methods are unconventional.

Nikki: Victoria, the man is trouble.

Victoria: The man has something that I want. He's trying to throw me off balance. It's not working. Instead, I find myself more intrigued. What's driving him? I mean, does he pull this with everyone? And why does he think that these maneuvers are gonna work on me?

Nikki: I don't understand why you find this intriguing instead of concerning.

Victoria: Oh, no, it's both. But I suspect, mom, that there's another level to this.

Nikki: What would that be?

Victoria: Dad, of course.

Nikki: What?! Are you telling you think your father is mixed up in this?

Victoria: Well, I wouldn't rule it out. It would be just like him, wouldn't it? Trying to use locke's shady tactics to his own advantage.

Billy: Where is adam hiding out? Or don't you know?

Lily: Billy, let's go to the restaurant.

Billy: You do know, don't you?

Lily: Billy --

Billy: He always comes running back to you. He's got nowhere else to go. You're the only one who forgives him forgiven him for all the rotten things that he's done. Including tampering with your medication -- almost killed you. That was close. Why do you keep enabling him, victor?

Victor: You're playing with fire, billy boy. Why do I keep enabling him? That's a stupid question for you to ask. You, the gambler.

Billy: I'm a recovering addict. I'm honest about who I am.

Victor: [ Chuckles ] You don't even know the meaning of the word honest.

Billy: You think you're helping adam by protecting him, but you're not. You're not doing yourself any favors either. Which I'm fine with, by the way. You should keep doing that. There's a better chance of you being charged with aiding and abetting a criminal who almost killed a police officer.

Victor: Don't you worry about adam and me. Once the allegations against him have been proven false, the truth will come out.

Billy: And what "truth" would that be?

Victor: You just know that this is far from over. Lily, nice to see you.

Lily: You, too.

Amanda: Alright, why don't we dive right in?

Sutton: Before we do that, I'd like to acknowledge the obvious. Three generations of this family together for the first time.

Naya: [ Laughs ]

Amanda: And in a very public setting, I might add.

Sutton: Does that worry you? You've been emphatic about concealing our personal connection.

Amanda: Only during the trial. Until the jury renders a verdict.

Naya: That makes sense.

Amanda: Now, I don't expect anyone to interrupt us here, but if they do, I will indicate that this is clearly a professional meeting. That is all anyone needs to know.

Sutton: Agreed.

Amanda: Full disclosure -- a very good friend of mine, devon hamilton, he is aware of what is going on and our relationship. I trust him implicitly, and i have not confided in anyone else.

Sutton: Nor have we.

Naya: No.

Amanda: Okay. Now, since you have been charged and released on bond, the clock is ticking. I would like to build a smart defense.

Sutton: What's your theory of the case?

Amanda: Well, given the work that your legal team has done so far, I would posit that richard found out some unknown executive at newman was working surreptitiously on your campaign, making sizable donations under the table in exchange for certain zoning or municipal favors to benefit the company.

Naya: You don't remember anything about that.

Sutton: I do not.

Amanda: Well, this was the argument that your lawyers were building before I came on board. They believe that richard was threatening to expose the perceived impropriety, and that this executive may have had someone tamper with his brakes in an effort to keep him from going public.

Sutton: So, we agree to stipulate it was murder -- not an accident -- but to shift the blame away from me.

Amanda: It is a way to create reasonable doubt, yes.

Naya: I always thought it was pretty flimsy. I mean, that reporter claiming that dad was responsible because it's possible he might have a motive. Plenty of other people could have, too. I think it's politically motivated, a scandal designed to harm his chances of being re-elected.

Amanda: Well, the defense is simple, it's clean, if you can convince a jury that someone else could have resorted to killing the whistle-blower. But that's just it. That's what I kept going back to. Why would someone go to such extreme lengths to cover up a white-collar crime? And then it occurred to me, what if there's more to the story?

From the very first touch,

Lola: I knew it. There's definitely still a spark between you and elena.

Nate: But what's there doesn't feel right.

Lola: Then what does feel right? What's your ideal relationship look like?

Nate: No secrets. No reason for them because both people want the same thing -- to be together.

Lola: Yeah, that sounds reasonable.

Nate: I've had enough drama for a lifetime. I don't find it romantic. I believe love should be consistent and supportive, bringing out the best in each other.

[ Sighs ] I had that once. With carolyn, a girl I was gonna spend the rest of my life with, before she died suddenly. Not sure I'll ever find that again.

Lola: I believe you will, nate. I believe there's someone out there for you, who can share all those things with you.

Sutton: More to the story in what sense?

Amanda: What if richard found out about an arrangement between you and whomever at newman enterprises and he wanted to blackmail this person? What if they wanted him to keep his mouth shut?

Naya: That would give the killer a much stronger motive. Wanting to keep from going to prison and avoid a financial shakedown.

Sutton: That would portray your father as a greedy blackmailer, instead of a whistle-blower.

Amanda: I was doing some digging into richard's past, into his records, and I saw something pretty significant. He had massive student debt.

Naya: And that certainly would play into the blackmail theory.

Sutton: I realize the effect this must be having on you, having just learned your father's identity and viewing him in this light.

Amanda: I'm doing the job that you hired me to do. These are facts that can help me prove my case and your innocence in the process.

Sutton: Would also mean pitting you against victor newman.

Amanda: Not directly.

Sutton: You'd be implicating an as-yet-unnamed associate of his at the time of richard's death. Creating a scenario in which it would be more beneficial, indeed much more logical, for this employee of victor's to have silenced richard instead of for me to have done it.

Amanda: What's your point?

Sutton: Victor newman is not the kind of man that you want to have as an enemy. It wouldn't be a good look for him to have been unaware of a scandal of this magnitude.

Amanda: Well, I appreciate your concern, but I've gone up against wealthy and ruthless people, both in and out of the courtroom, and I've lived to tell about it. Besides, victor's history with commercial bribery, it can work in our favor. I've done some digging, and he has pled guilty to this crime back in 2004.

Naya: He wasn't above shady dealings, or perhaps looking the other way when it suited his purpose.

Amanda: Mm-hmm.

Sutton: Amanda, I'm impressed with your strategy thus far. And with you. I'm glad to have you on my side.

Naya: I second that.

Sutton: Why don't you come out to our home for the weekend? Not as my lead defense attorney, but to meet the rest of the family.

Amanda: I would like that very much.

Devon: Abby.

Abby: Hey, you! Hi.

Devon: How you doing?

Abby: I am doing so good. Chance called!

Devon: He did? That's fantastic. Is he coming home?

Abby: No, no. Not yet. But he sounded great, and it was such a relief to hear his voice.

Devon: Yeah, I bet it was. Did you get him up to speed on everything, about mariah being pregnant?

Abby: I told him everything, and I you could have heard his voice because he was just ecstatic about it all.

Devon: That's great.

Abby: Yeah.

Devon: That's terrific.

Abby: Yeah. [ Chuckles ]

Devon: Alright, well, take a breath and tell me how you're really feeling.

Abby: Uh...not good. I was overjoyed to hear from chance, and now it's like I'm just crashing back to earth because I know that that phone call is gonna have to hold me for god knows how long.

Devon: There's no way that he can keep in touch on a regular basis while he's undercover?

Abby: No. No, unfortunately not, and so now I am here. I am... I'm just constantly worried about -- I mean, is he gonna be safe? Is he gonna come home to me in one piece? And [Sniffles] Look, I know -- I know that I should be happy, I should be focusing on our baby and our future together, but... everything is just so uncertain.

Devon: I know.

Abby: [ Sniffles ]

[ Sighs ]

Wet dishes?

Nikki: Are you saying that your father and ashland locke are conspiring together against you? Because that's pretty paranoid.

Victoria: I'm not being paranoid, and that's not what I'm saying. I think it's possible that dad is playing games through ashland locke. Our mutual friend, he may be pulling the strings, but dad is certainly using it to his advantage.

Nikki: And why would he do that?

Victoria: I don't know, mom. Because he can? Because he wants to teach me a lesson and remind me who's boss? Who knows what is going on in dad's head these days? But this is not about ashland locke and his media company. This is about dad going toe-to-toe with me. Forget about anyone else. Forget about adam, billy, ashland -- they're just bit players in this drama that dad has created to amuse himself.

Nikki: You know, I thought the two of you had gotten past this tug-of-war, but you both seem to thrive thrive on all this machiavellian nonsense. It makes me sick!

Victoria: Well, then take it up with dad. He is the one who started this when he decided to test me once again by pitting me against adam, which I find completely insulting. I pushed back harder than he expected and he's not gonna let this go. In dad's head, this is very much still game on. So if he wants to play rough? So be it.

[ Cellphone chimes ]

Billy: He's hiding adam. He's gotta be.

Lily: Okay, victor did not admit that.

Billy: He doesn't have to.

Lily: Can we please change the subject?

Billy: No! We can't the subject. Look, I know that I said i wasn't gonna pursue any more stories about the newmans, but if he is harboring his convict son, it would be a crime not to follow the story. We can't just let him get away with another horrendous crime. He tried to kill a cop --

Lily: Okay! You know what? Fine. Put a reporter on it, then.

Billy: Good. I'm glad you're finally coming on board.

Lily: I am on board if you stay out of it.

Tessa: It's easy right now to say

that nothing is worth all this pain

sunshine is healing, the doctor said

but even the sun wants to lay in her bed

but if flowers need the rain so they can grow

pearls need an oyster to glow

then we can handle all of this and more

'cause even things lost in the ocean need the shore

even things lost in the ocean need the shore

if you need a hand, I'll be there

to fight for you when you are scared

love can be healing when times get tough

lay down your sword

I'll fight the war

you've done enough

'cause if flowers need the rain so they can grow

pearls need an oyster to glow

then we can handle all of this and more

'cause even things lost in the ocean need the shore

even things lost in the ocean need the shore

Abby: I'm so sorry about all this.

Devon: Don't be sorry at all, please. Your husband is on a secret mission and you can't talk to him. It's very normal to be worried, especially at a time like this.

Abby: That's chance's job. And what he's doing, it's important and good.

Devon: Yeah, we know that, but you can still have feelings about it. You know? You just found out that a baby's on the way, and he won't be here to share that with you. I don't know if I'm helping by reminding you that, but...

Abby: Yeah. You're helping, thank you. Thank you for listening to me and thank you for understanding that I'm just frustrated. I mean, I'm trying to stay so positive around mariah and nina because they are doing so much for me. Thank you for letting me be myself, even when I'm at my least attractive.

Devon: No, abby. Your least attractive beats most people's good days. I mean that. Alright, and I know that you're just blowing off steam, so you can get back to being the strong, positive person that you are.

Abby: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. I mean, chance wouldn't want me just sitting here being depressed or worrying about him. I mean, he would want me to focus on all the good things in our life, like our little blessing that's on the way and, you know, I got to talk to him and he sounded great.

Devon: That's a very big deal.

Abby: Yeah, and I know -- I know that he is gonna get back to me as soon as he can so we can experience as much of this pregnancy as possible together. So in the meantime, I-I -- I am gonna make sure that mariah has everything that she needs.

Devon: Good.

Abby: Yeah.

Devon: Good.

[ Chuckles ]

Abby: Thank you for being such a good friend.

Devon: Abby, I'm always here for you, you know that.

Abby: Yeah. Well, I'm gonna get busy.

Devon: Okay.

Abby: [ Chuckles ]

Devon: Do it.

Abby: I'll see you soon.

Devon: Okay.

Abby: Thank you.

Devon: Of course.

Abby: Oh, amanda, hello.

Amanda: Abby, hi.

Abby: Hi.

Devon: Hey. How'd everything go with naya and sutton?

Amanda: Uh, the meeting went well. Actually better than I had hoped.

Devon: So what's the problem?

Amanda: Well, I just got a text from my sister, imani. "This will only end badly for you."

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