Young & The Restless Transcript
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Faith: Only a couple more weeks before school starts.
Sharon: Is that excitement i hear in your voice about going back to school?
Faith: I know that I should be dreading the end of summer vacation, but this year already feels so much better than the last.
Sharon: It’s good to hear.
Faith: Having a friend like moses in my corner really helps, and I just feel like I’m able to deal with things better, you know?
Sharon: Like the bullies? Have you thought about what will happen if they start up again?
Faith: I can deal with them this time. I feel more mature and safe. Does that sound crazy?
Sharon: No, not at all.
Faith: Mom, are you okay?
Sharon: Yeah, I’m — I’m just happy that you’re in a good place.
Faith: I am planning to stay there. But right now, I’ve got to go meet moses. Oh! Mom, one more thing. Have you heard from mariah lately? I know you said she was taking time for herself, but she barely responds to my texts.
Sharon: She just needed a break. I’m sure she’ll be home soon. I don’t know how much longer i can keep this up.
Abby: I understand. I will stand by my phone. Okay, thanks.
Stitch: That didn’t sound like good news. Was that rey?
Abby: No, it was my dad, actually. He said his security has no new leads. Rey checked in earlier with pretty much the same news.
Stitch: I can see how hard this is on you.
Abby: But thank you for checking in, but we need to be concerned with mariah. We don’t even know what kind of condition that she’s in. We don’t know if they’re taking good care of her, whoever “they” are. We don’t know if she’s getting the nutritious food that she and the baby need to stay strong and healthy. And if something goes wrong, we don’t know if they’re gonna get the help that they need.
Mariah: [ Exhales sharply ] Ah. Huh! Oh. I’m sorry for all the bouncing around, bowie, but we need to keep in shape. Because if that door opens even a crack, I am bolting out of here so fast they’ll never see me coming.
Nate: Hey, what’s going on? Is moses around?
Devon: He’s upstairs, probably gonna be taking off soon, though.
Nate: Okay. I just wanted to touch base with him again after our last conversation.
Devon: Shoot, man, he really switched things up on us, didn’t he?
Nate: Yeah. Got to admit, part of me is a little disappointed he’s not going into medicine. I was really looking forward to dropping some gems on him, but his life, his career.
Devon: Yeah, man, you know, he’s — at the end of the day, he’s got to do what makes him happy.
Nate: True, true. I’m just glad he’s focused on something else. Plus, he’s got another great mentor to guide him.
Devon: [ Chuckles ] You think I’m up to it?
Nate: I do. Moses losing his father, you know, was hard on him, but he’s becoming a young man right before our very eyes. A lot of that’s thanks to you.
Devon: I appreciate that, man. Same to you. Really. And sofia’s done her part well. Should give her a call and have her come out here and visit.
Moses: Whoa, now, please don’t ask my mom to come out here.
Devon: Why not?
Moses: Because then she’d want to take me back to new york with her.
Traci: Okay, I’ve told you all about new york. It’s your turn. How did it go in milan? What happened?
Jack: I can barely describe how happy kyle was to see his son.
Traci: And summer? How is she handling everything?
Jack: Summer seemed really excited to start her new life with harrison. I got the impression she was looking forward to being his stepmom. Yeah, the feeling was I was seeing the beginning of something very special.
Traci: Oh, and what a beautiful little family they will make.
Jack: Yeah, and to my surprise, ashland didn’t put up that much of a fight. I think he really thought things through and realized this is what’s best for harrison. And I respect that a lot. I think it’s gonna be hard for ashland with that little boy so far away.
Traci: I have a feeling that ashland isn’t the only one who’s gonna find this difficult.
Jack: Yeah, given the circumstances, it’s gonna be perhaps more difficult for tara.
Traci: No, I was talking about you, jack. Look, I know that you have tried to paint harrison’s move to italy in the very best possible light, but I can see that you’re missing him already. I have a feeling that ashland isn’t the only one who’s made some sacrifices.
Billy: Why would I try and keep anything from you? You see through me better than anyone.
Lily: Okay, so maybe one day you’ll stop trying.
Billy: Look, I am trying to find out anything I can on ashland, anything to make victoria second-guess this decision to marry ashland because i think it’s a mistake for her and for johnny and katie, and I’m in a position to do something about it.
Lily: Billy, come on.
Billy: Come on, I know you don’t like it when I speak that way, but that’s just the way it is. If I can find something, anything, to make it a deal-breaker for victoria, that would be good.
Lily: And you’re okay with doing that, even though you reassured her that you fine with her marrying ashland.
Billy: [ Sighs ] Well, if I don’t find anything, then she doesn’t know I’m looking, so no harm, no foul.
Lily: And if you do find something?
Billy: Then she could be angry, or she could be relieved that she and the kids dodged a bullet, which, in that case, she would be in my debt forever.
Lily: [ Scoffs ] Oh, yeah. Dream on. I just heard something amazing!
Moses: I hate to admit it, but I’ve dodged a couple of calls from my mom the past few days.
Devon: And why have you done that?
Moses: Because when I talk to her, I’m gonna have to explain why I’m no longer interested in doing a career in medicine.
Nate: Okay, don’t you think she’ll understand?
Moses: Medicine was the whole point in me moving to genoa city in the first place. I mean, I was supposed to learn everything I could from you to become a doctor.
Nate: What are you afraid of, that she’ll pull the plug on you living here?
Moses: Before, there was a reason for it.
Devon: There still is a reason for it. I’m gonna be able to share with you everything I know about the music industry.
Moses: I don’t think that’s gonna be enough to sell my mom on it. I mean, she was so excited by the fact of me becoming a doctor. And don’t take this the wrong way, but to her, there is a big difference from becoming a doctor versus getting a job in the entertainment industry.
Devon: I understand that, for sure, but it’s still a job that requires hard work and dedication. And it shouldn’t be about how difficult the job is, it’s about what you’re passionate for. I’d be more than happy to have a conversation with your mom if you want me to.
Devon: Yeah, really. I’ve been in your shoes before. Neil hated the fact that i wanted to get into music. He wanted me to stay doing business.
Moses: So, what’d you do?
Devon: I worked really hard and I showed him that I was serious about it, and then he eventually came around.
Moses: Cool. And you’re really okay with talking to my mom about this?
Devon: Absolutely, yeah.
Nate: We know how much you want to stay here. For all sorts of reasons.
Devon: [ Chuckles ]
Moses: Here we go.
Devon: Yes, like faith newman reasons, huh?
[ Laughs ] No, but listen, this call to your mom comes with strings.
Moses: Okay. Let me have it.
Devon: You’re gonna have to follow up and own this decision and let her know that you’re excited about it, too.
Devon: Got it?
Moses: Yeah, definitely.
Nate: Well, okay. Now that we’ve got that settled, I’d better get going.
Devon: Yeah, you too famous to hang out with the little people in your life these days?
Moses: Yeah, nate, doesn’t seem like you have much time for us anymore, now that you’re the man.
Nate: Oh, yeah. Wrong. I’ll be around so much you’ll get sick of me. But this isn’t about the new job. It’s about filling a gap that just opened.
Devon: Alright. We’ll see you.
[ Chuckles ]
Abby: [ Sighs ] It’s tough waking up feeling just as helpless as I did when i went to bed last night.
Stitch: Abby, you can’t let this thing get to you. You got to stay positive.
Abby: Well, I’m trying. And I keep praying that I’m gonna get some phone call from devon or rey or my dad saying that there’s been some lead that’s gonna bring mariah and the baby home, but, no, everyone just keeps hitting dead ends.
Stitch: With all the people looking for her, something’s bound to turn up.
Abby: I just really hope that mariah knows how much I care about her.
Stitch: Of course she does. Why would she think otherwise?
Abby: Because she’s somewhere, and she’s probably feeling helpless and she’s definitely feeling alone and maybe she feels like I abandoned her.
Stitch: Abby, that is your guilt talking. No one’s more in her corner than you are.
Abby: Oh, they’re mariah’s favorites. I always keep extras in my purse.
Stitch: I’ve seen these before.
Abby: They’re recommended by her doctor, so maybe you saw them at the hospital you worked at?
Stitch: No, it was around here. I think I might have a lead.
Sharon: Maybe I should have leveled with faith about mariah. The two of them are so close, it just doesn’t feel right to keep her out of the loop.
Rey: Come on, sharon, we talked about this before, and you said you didn’t want to worry her without being able to give her something positive, like a reason to believe that mariah’s gonna be okay, coming home soon.
Sharon: You’re right.
[ Cellphone rings ] Hey. Have you guys heard anything?
Abby: Are you with rey?
Abby: The two of you should come to the house immediately. (Vo) nature…
Amanda: Hey. You okay?
Elena: Yeah, yeah, just taking a minute to regroup.
Amanda: Well, you’re still in your scrubs. I hope that coffee’s not just a pick-me-up before your next shift. No offense, but you look exhausted.
Elena: Actually, it’s the opposite. I just got off of my shift, and this is chamomile tea. I am exhausted, but I’m also wired, so I’m trying to decompress and rest since I have to be back at it in less than eight hours.
Amanda: Oh, wow. Sounds like a tough week.
Elena: Yeah. Actually, they’ve all been tough lately.
[ Chuckles ] I’ve been picking up extra shifts, so it’s really hard to find a rhythm. I don’t know why my name keeps ending up at the top of the assignment list.
Amanda: Well, nate did tell me how much the other surgeons love having you scrub in to assist. He said that you have the best bedside manner on the staff and pretty much irreplaceable to them.
Elena: Well, trust me, I am no wonder woman, but, yeah, i think everyone is pretty happy with my work. Which is why I still can’t seem to get a break.
[ Chuckles ]
Amanda: Well, there’s only one way to fix that problem.
Elena: Yeah, what?
Amanda: You need to commit yourself to being horrible at your job. Make sure that no one wants you around.
Elena: [ Laughs ] You’re funny.
Amanda: But I’m pretty sure that we can agree that you can’t do that. So I think you may have to resign yourself to a permanent state of near exhaustion.
Elena: Ugh. You sure know how to cheer a girl up.
Amanda: I try.
Elena: [ Chuckles ]
Jack: You are very perceptive as ever. That’s what makes you such a good writer.
Traci: Well, I am very sorry that you are missing harrison, but I might be able to offer some distraction.
Jack: Oh, what have you got?
Traci: It’s flattering that you think I’m very talented, but every writer needs constructive criticism. How would you like to take a look at what I’m working on?
Jack: What’s it about?
Traci: It is a fictional account of dina’s early days in high society paris. Od read.
Traci: Well, we’ll see. So you can just maybe do the first four or five pages. You know, if I haven’t got a reader by then, I better go back to the drawing board to start over.
Jack: Yeah, yeah, five pages is my max, and then I got to get back to work, you know?
Traci: Oh, of course. I’ll take what I can get.
Traci: [ Chuckles ]
Jack: [ Laughs ]
Traci: Jack? Oh! I’m so sorry to interrupt. You’re gonna have to put it down long enough to take me out to lunch.
Jack: Wait, when did you change clothes?
Traci: I guess you got a little carried away, you know, on pages four and five.
Jack: Yeah, yeah, I, uh — i guess I did. Your book is terrific. It’s fun, it’s exciting, it’s — it’s just the kind of spirit-lifter I needed, and… how did you know?
Traci: I know you. And I thank my lucky stars for that every single day.
[ Laughs ]
Faith: What are you listening to?
Moses: Oh, tigirlily, of course.
Faith: I still can’t believe we got to hang out with them.
Moses: Yeah. What’s in the bag?
Faith: A test. Well, more like a pop quiz.
Moses: For who, me?
Faith: That would be yes. Tuesday, may 4th — what happened on that day?
Moses: Uh…that has to be right around the time you were in the hospital.
Faith: You’re getting warm.
Moses: Okay, so it was one of the first few days I was volunteering with nate. Oh, I know, we were playing chess.
Faith: Ding, ding, ding! Correct.
Moses: What is this pop quiz all about?
Faith: Well, I don’t know if you remember, but we recently shared a kiss.
Moses: Trust me, there’s no way I forgot about that.
Faith: Well, just to let you know, I don’t kiss just anyone. They have to be someone I really care about and he has to care about me enough to remember important times that we shared together.
Moses: Down to the exact date?
Moses: Okay. Well, I guess I have no choice, then.
Faith: I promise it’ll be a fun walk down memory lane.
Moses: But what if I’m not good at dates? What if I fail? What, that’s it? We’re over before we even begin?
Faith: No pressure, right?
Nate: Got a minute?
Lily: For you, always. That’s so funny. You must’ve read my mind, ’cause I was just about to call you.
Nate: Oh, about what?
Lily: Well, the data just came in on askmdnow’s performance metrics, and I think you will be very pleased with the numbers.
Nate: I’ll be happy to take a look, but I think it’s gonna be a little bittersweet.
Lily: What do you mean? You like working on the site, right? I mean, the data shows that you’re a huge hit.
Nate: Honestly, I love being the resident expert, but the problem is I’ve been promoted at the hospital. I’m the new chief of surgery.
Lily: What? Nate, that’s amazing. Congratulations.
Nate: Thank you. It’s something I’ve always wanted, and I’m ready to take on the responsibilities. But I know I’m gonna be on overload, so that’s why I’m here today — to help you find my replacement.
Jack: I couldn’t put it down. It is the very definition of a page-turner. I was sucked right in from page one.
Traci: Well, I may have gotten a little carried away, you know, imagining what it might have been like to be dina when she was young and wild.
Jack: Absolutely captured her spirit. I’m telling you, this is going to be another best-seller for you as soon as it hits the stands.
Billy: Hey, you two. Hi, traci.
Traci: Billy, honey, hi! It’s so great to see you, too.
Jack: Our sister is working on her latest novel. I just got a sneak peek, and let me tell you —
Traci: Oh, stop, jack. I’m gonna have to rope billy into reading it, too, just like I did with you.
Billy: I would love to, just not today. I got a busy day. After a full day of work, we have a game night with the kids. Trying to keep them busy while they’re staying with us.
Traci: Well, that sounds like a lot of fun.
Traci: I see an old friend of mine. I’m gonna go say hello for just a second, okay?
Traci: Be right back. Excuse me.
Jack: So, are you and lily still pursuing a story about tara locke’s arrest?
Billy: Come on, we told you that we can’t ignore a story of this magnitude simply because it involves our family. But I will say that we are working on another story altogether, more specifically about ashland. We’re doing a deep dive into his life and seeing if there’s anything we haven’t uncovered yet.
Jack: Oh, good, that will end well.
Abby: Hey, thanks for coming right over.
Abby: Ben, start from the beginning. They need to hear this.
Stitch: Okay, this could be nothing at all, but abby pulled this protein bar out of her purse, and it jogged my memory. The last time I was leaving town to go back to iowa, I stopped in this little convenience store. While I was shopping, I remember a guy buying these same bars — the ones that abby says were mariah’s favorite protein snack.
Abby: They’re specifically marketed to expectant mothers.
Stitch: Guy was buying a whole bunch of them, like he was stocking up for the long haul.
Rey: Okay, um, not sure how that adds up to an actual lead.
Abby: Go on, finish telling them what you told me.
Stitch: Okay, well, I only remembered the encounter because it struck me kind of strange. I thought maybe he was buying them for his pregnant wife, but this guy, he was a much older man. He sure wasn’t giving off an expectant dad vibe to me.
Rey: Do you remember what he looked like?
Stitch: He had gray hair, average height. I think he was wearing a button-down.
Abby: Stitch didn’t realize that there could be a connection to mariah until today.
Sharon: Do you think that man was buying those bars for mariah?
Abby: It’s possible, right?
Find your rhythm.
“The young and the restless”
Faith: Okay, last one. Get this one wrong, and all the other right answers get thrown out.
Moses: What? No fair.
Faith: It’s my pop quiz. I make the rules. August 6th.
Moses: Uh…that one’s not ringing any bells. All I can think of is that was, like, a few days after the concert.
Faith: Nothing? No idea?
Moses: Well, give me a hint.
Faith: I already gave you a hint — august 6th.
Faith: Give up?
Moses: Yeah. Tell me.
Faith: It was the day that you gave me the pressed vinyl copy of the concert.
Moses: No fair. I feel like I’m losing on a technicality.
Faith: Technicality or not, you still didn’t know the answer.
Moses: Wait, faith. Hold on. Here’s what you need to know. I like you, faith, a lot. I’ve let you set all the rules. I’ve tried not to pressure you, but it’s been impossible pretending like I was okay with just being friends. No, I want to hang out, go places together, and just be with you. That’s what I want, not what i expect. But the thing is, I mean, you gave me this feeling all the way back on may 4th when we were playing chess together, and i can’t seem to let it go.
Faith: There was something so special about the vinyl record that you gave me that day. The note from kendra and krista that told me that I needed to hang on to you because you’re a keeper. And I agree. ‘Cause this last year, everything seemed to go wrong, but then everything went right for me in a way, too. Because I’m still here and I’m healthy. And you stuck by me through it all. And all of those things that you say that you want to do, I want to do them, too.
Moses: So does that mean i pass?
Lily: Oh, man, well, I guess it would be pointless to try to change your mind. I mean, a job this important with this kind of responsibility definitely should take priority.
Nate: Well, I’m glad you understand.
Lily: Yeah, and I’m so proud of you, honestly. I’ve always wanted this kind of success for you, even if I have to swallow my own disappointment.
Nate: Hey. [ Chuckles ] If I thought I could make it work, I would, but after going over it and over it in my head, I realize I needed to give you my notice.
Lily: I know. I understand. There’s no hard feelings.
Nate: Listen, I know you’re committed to keeping askmdnow going with or without me. It’s helping so many people, and I’m just a small part of it.
Lily: No, I mean, the hard part is gonna be finding someone to replace you, ’cause, you know, you’re a tough act to follow. You got the brilliance and the good looks in one package.
Nate: Thank you. But I think I know someone who has all that and more. Mind if I throw out a name?
Lily: No, please do.
Nate: Okay, now, you don’t have to make this decision right away. Just think about it. But I think this person would be an amazing choice.
Lily: Oh. Yeah, that’s actually an interesting suggestion.
Amanda: Well, I hope that did the trick.
Elena: [ Sighs ] You know? It didn’T.
[ Both laugh ] I’m still exhausted and wired.
Amanda: I really think you’re just worn out.
Elena: Yeah, yeah. But I better stop stalling. I need to get back upstairs and force myself to go to sleep before my shift.
Amanda: Are you sure that there’s no one at the hospital who can lighten your workload?
Elena: No, I’m fine. I’ll probably just suck it up and hope that my schedule gets better.
Amanda: As long as you don’t pass out from exhaustion first.
Elena: Oh, I was probably just over-exaggerating. Really, I’m fine. See you.
Rey: Look, I know we need a lead right now, but I got to say, this feels a little thin. Just because the man that stitch saw was an older man doesn’t mean he wasn’t a father-to-be or maybe a grandfather-to-be.
Tessa: I thought the same thing.
Sharon: Stitch, do you remember anything else about that encounter?
Stitch: Like I said, I wasn’t looking for a criminal that day, so I didn’t commit much of it to memory. The guy just stuck out to me. That’s pretty much all i remember.
Abby: Please, any memory from that day might help.
Stitch: [ Sighs ] The only other thing I remember was the shopping list the guy had. He dropped it, I picked it up, and handed it to him.
Rey: Okay, was there something else on that list that seemed significant?
Stitch: [ Sighs ] I didn’t pay much attention to it. All I remember was the notepaper itself. It had these little storks on it and they were carrying babies in their pouches.
[ Chuckles ] Sorry, I know that doesn’t mean anything.
Tessa: Was it yellow?
Stitch: Yeah. Yeah, I think it was. Why?
Tessa: I gave one just like that to mariah. She keeps it in her purse and takes it everywhere. Counting your veggies can be hard.
Moses: So I’ll take that smile on your face to mean I got an a-plus on your little quiz.
Faith: [ Chuckles ] I don’t know about that “plus” thing. You did miss one question, remember?
Moses: Okay, okay. How about I make you a deal? I’ll throw out a date, and if you get it right, we both get a’S. Cool?
Faith: I’m game.
Moses: August 13th.
Faith: Oh, that’s easy. I remember that date by heart. How could I ever forget our first kiss?
Moses: Yeah. And I bet your dad won’t forget either. He seemed real curious about what was going on between us.
Faith: At least we both know now.
Moses: You know what I want to do?
Faith: Tell me.
Moses: How about we go on a real date? I mean, the concert was cool, but it wasn’t an actual date. I could plan something special, pull it all together, and surprise you.
Faith: I would love that. I can’t wait. [ Chuckles ]
Billy: Oh, come on, jack. What’s wrong with a little investigation? Ashland locke is a self-made man. The question is, how did he make himself? My intuition is telling me that it’s not a very pretty story, so I’ll examine his life a little bit.
Jack: Oh, billy.
Billy: Hi, welcome back.
Traci: Oh, thank you. What did I miss?
Jack: Oh, not much. Our little brother here is out digging up dirt on ashland locke, a man famous for destroying anyone who crosses him.
Traci: Really? Why?
Billy: Oh, it’s okay. Just relax. Ashland locke is a big boy. He can handle whatever we throw at him.
Jack: I was a little more concerned about how this might affect victoria — you know, the mother of your children.
Billy: Yes, and I understand your concern, but let’s look at the upside here. Maybe we uncover something that makes victoria second-guess this mistake she’s about to make. Hey, maybe she even thanks me.
Traci: Billy, do you — do you really believe that? I mean, how would you feel if someone were slinging mud at lily?
Billy: Oh, you can’t compare the two. Lily’s an open book. She’s got nothing to hide.
Jack: I have a question. This mistake you’re worried victoria’s about to make, is this marrying someone with a terminal illness or marrying someone like ashland locke?
Billy: Can’t it be both? Excuse me, my food is ready. Good to see you.
Billy: Thanks, jack.
Tessa: I can’t fight the feeling that this is significant.
Abby: The same notepad, the same protein bars that mariah likes. It can’t just be a coincidence. There’s got to be something there.
Rey: Alright, alright. Stitch, I need you to dig deep now. Any little thing. Doesn’t matter if you don’t think it’s important. The smallest detail could be significant. Alright, go back through your mind over everything that happened, step by step.
Stitch: I’ll do my best.
Rey: And I’m gonna need the name and the location of the store and the time and date you were there and anything that you can conjure up about this man that you saw. Maybe we’ll get lucky and the convenience store has some security footage we can get our hands on.
Sharon: If this guy really was shopping for mariah, at least we can assume that she’s being fed and taken care of. I mean, buying her the protein bars that she likes is a good sign that they’re at least giving her what she needs on some level.
Abby: Thank god you remember this, stitch. This is the first good lead that we’ve had. You are a hero.
Stitch: Let’s not get ahead of ourselves.
[ Doorbell rings ]
Devon: Hey, what’s going on?
Abby: A couple of hours ago, I was struggling to hold on to even a sliver of hope. Not anymore.
Mariah: [ Sighs ] Alright, bowie, what do you say? Up for some more aerobics? Ah. Got to break up the boredom of staring at these four walls, so…
[ Gasps ] What was that? Oh!
[ Inhales sharply ]
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Traci: [ Sighs ] Well, I failed.
Jack: At what?
Traci: I got you out of your mood for a little while, but it did not last. Was it the encounter with billy or are you missing harrison?
Jack: Oh, maybe a little of both. Harrison’s where he needs to be. I’m fine.
Traci: [ Sighs ] If this were anybody else, i would tell them, you know, take a break, step back, take the time to recharge. But you are your father’s son. If this had happened to dad, he would throw himself more deeply into his work.
Jack: Look, with my co-ceo having moved to italy, I’m gonna have my hands full just divvying up the workload and keeping the company moving forward in the process.
Traci: That’s not what i meant.
Jack: I know what you meant. And thank you. Just focus on finishing your fabulous new book. And if you’re looking for somebody to worry about, billy’s a good choice these days.
Traci: [ Chuckles ]
[ Sighs ]
Billy: Hey, there. Here’s your lunch. You go on without me. I got some work to do.
Lily: Oh, I can tell by that little gleam in your eye the work has to do with ashland.
Billy: Well, I did get some interesting information from one of the reporters I have on the story. Turns out ashland locke was involved with an older woman back in the day before tara. The information is a little sketchy and there’s not much in the nature of their relationship, but this is when he first started when he was in his 20s and she was north of that, let’s say. And she was also very wealthy.
Lily: Okay, I mean, that’s not that compelling, and to be honest, a little ageist. So is this really worth reporting?
Billy: Oh, I know, it’s not exactly earth-shattering, but i believe there’s more to it. And trust me, if there is, I’m gonna find it.
Rey: Hey, let’s see if that convenience store has a surveillance system. If so, we got to grab the footage from that day that i told you about. Also, let’s get some eyes over there. Let’s keep a lookout for an older man who would be buying supplies that a pregnant woman might need.
Sharon: Thank you, stitch. Just imagine if you hadn’t seen abby take that protein bar out of her purse earlier.
Tessa: We may have never made this connection.
Abby: [ Sighs ] It feels like we’re finally getting somewhere.
Devon: Yeah, it does, it does. Um, I have a bit of an update for you.
Abby: You have some information?
Devon: Well, I reached out to christine today about getting that message to chance.
Abby: Did she get through to him?
Devon: She didn’t, not yet, but it’s still a work-in-progress. She’s still putting in the effort. Just hopefully it’ll be soon.
Abby: [ Sighs ] Can you imagine? Hopefully mariah will be home before chance returns, and our precious baby will be safe. It would be a dream come true.
Mariah: Keep calm. Don’t overreact. And enough with the aerobics. Okay? It’s fine if you get out of shape. It’s just fine. There’s nobody to see you anyway. There’s nobody here to make fun of you. Oh! Ah! Oh! Oh, no. Oh, no, no, no, no, no, no. No, no. Mm! Mm! No, these can’t be contractions. They can’t be contractions. It’s too soon. Oh.
[ Groaning ] Oh, it’s too soon.
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