Y&R Transcript Monday, January 31, 2022

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Adam: What do you mean newman/locke is buying newman media?

Victoria: Well, I really don’t think I can say it any more clearly than you just did. Which part of it did you not understand?

Adam: [ Scoffs ] I knew that there was an offer, but this seems abrupt.

Victoria: Well, dad summoned me to the ranch. He accepted our offer. We shook on it. The deal is done. You know, he didn’t even really drive that hard of a bargain. I wonder why he didn’t tell you. Oh, well. Look on the bright side. At least now you don’t have to worry about me suing you for the name newman media because I own it. I’m the newman in charge.

Ashland: Hey, hey. Thanks for meeting up with me.

Nate: Thanks for the invite. How you feeling these days?

Ashland: Fantastic. Better than ever.

Nate: Hey, I got to admit, i am thoroughly impressed with how well you responded to this experimental protocol. It was a long shot, but you seem to be thriving.

Ashland: Oh, there’s definitely a mental aspect to it, you know? I… I feel like I made a mistake backing away from my business when I did, you know? I was at my lowest point then, physically.

Nate: You were also in the throes of chemo at the time. You didn’t have energy for much, especially running a multinational conglomerate.

Ashland: Well, it’s really a question of causality, isn’t it? I mean, I think my love of work fuels me and probably would’ve helped me fight this sooner, but…now that I’m back in the thick of it, I feel stronger than I have in a long time. And I’m not about to shy away from the next fight that comes along.

Sally: What the hell is this?

[ Scoffs ] Hey! I was just about to call you and chloe.

Chelsea: What’s wrong, sally? You seem upset.

Sally: Yeah, you’re damn right I am. All my videos from new york, have you seen them?

Chelsea: Of course. They’re all over the newman fashion site. They’re amazing.

Sally: They’ve been heavily edited.

Chelsea: They have. They’re much crisper and more focused now. Wouldn’t you agree?

Sally: Well, they’re certainly a lot shorter, now that I’ve been cut out of them.

Chelsea: And why is that a problem?

Faith: I’m meeting with walnut grove’s college counselor tomorrow. This is my list of schools I’m applying to.

Sharon: Wow. These are universities from all over the country.

Faith: Yeah, she suggested that I cast a wide net at first, keep my options, but then we can narrow it down.

Sharon: It’s a little overwhelming.

Faith: I know. Which is why I was hoping that in a few weeks you could take me to visit some of my top choices.

Sharon: I love seeing you so excited, but this is not a lot of notice for a big trip.

Rey: Hey.

Faith: Rey, tell my mom how important it is that I visit colleges before I apply.

Rey: Well, I will be honest, I went to the police academy and lola went to culinary school, so not really an expert.

Faith: Mom, practically everyone in my class is visiting campuses with their parents.

Sharon: Then, yes, we can go. It’ll be fun.

Faith: Thanks so much, mom.

Sharon: But I also still want you to consider gcu. You know, I had really wonderful professors there when I was getting my therapy credentials.

Rey: In other words, she wants to keep you close to home.

Faith: [ Chuckles ] Isn’t college supposed to be the time that I finally spread my wings, figure out who I am and what I want to do with my life?

Sharon: Yes. I just think that you can do all those things while still staying in the same zip code.

Faith: [ Sighs ]

Chance: Hey!

Abby: Hi. Wow, what’s all this?

Chance: Oh, you know, just a little something I threw together. Figured you’d be hungry after doing all that sleeping.

Abby: I’m famished. I feel like I slept for 16 hours.

Chance: Yeah, well, you just about did. But you know what? You deserved all that rest.

Abby: Yeah. I mean, I haven’t gotten that much sleep since before dominic was born.

Chance: And now you’re all rested up, feeling good. It’s nice to have a little break, get your batteries recharged, right?

Abby: Yeah. I mean, that’s a healthy way of looking at our arrangement with devon. And we got to spend some time together, just the two of us.

Chance: Exactly.

Abby: You know, you don’t have to do all of this. It’s very sweet, but it’s not necessary.

Chance: Oh, okay. Well, next time you’ll get some granola bars and half a banana. How about that?

Abby: Yum.

[ Laughs ] So how are you feeling after getting that letter from the wife of your colleague who passed away and after everything we talked about?

Chance: Yeah, I’m good, I’m good. Talking to you about it, it helped. It really did. I got a few more hours of sleep than I usually do, so that’s a plus.

Abby: Well, one of the reasons why I slept so late is that I was up thinking.

Chance: Yeah, about what?

Abby: I know that you said that I’m all you need to heal and that talking to me is enough, but what if it’s not? Maybe you should talk to a professional.

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Victoria: I’m so sorry. I didn’t mean to jump the gun and ruin dad’s big surprise. I’m sure he would’ve eventually told you that he sold your company to me.

Adam: Well, he called me earlier, and I ignored it. Probably should’ve answered.

Victoria: Yes, well, hind-sight is 20/20. Next time you’ll know.

Adam: I’ve been busy running the company. You know, staff have heard rumors about your —

Victoria: Well-founded rumors. But the good news is that most of them will be able to keep their jobs after the acquisition. You can tell them that.

Adam: Well, I hope you’re not expecting a tour of the offices or anything like that.

Victoria: [ Scoffs ] No, not at all. However, I hope you don’t mind, I need to take some measurements for my interior decorator.

Adam: Victoria, can you do this another time? Please?

Victoria: Of course. I’m sure that you have things that you need to do, like call our father. I bet that you’re curious about the details we worked out without you. So, by all means, make your call. Oh, and, adam, I really mean this. I feel like I have a lot to offer you as a mentor. I hope that you’re looking forward to working with me as much I’m looking forward to being your boss.

Ashland: How are things at the hospital?

Nate: They’re fine.

Ashland: You still enjoy being chief of surgery now that you have time to settle in?

Nate: [ Sighs ] It’s a nice title, but I spend so much time overseeing staff and administrating that I don’t have much time for patients, which is what I love.

Ashland: Oh, I imagine you’re being modest. Uh, the way you interact and handle the staff, that kind of compassion and expertise finds its way to the patients.

Nate: That’s possible. I see opportunities to improve things, make memorial more helpful to the community, but there’s just so much bureaucracy to navigate.

Ashland: Well, it must be quite a shift for a man of your training and talent for healing people. I mean, it’s almost as if you’re trying to heal an institution.

Nate: I’ve realized I’m coming to terms with the nerve damage that’s keeping me from performing surgery. I know it sounds like I’m complaining, but I’m grateful for the job, the opportunity to work with world-class physicians. I also, you know, get a kick out of watching elena and seeing how much she enjoys the clinical work.

Ashland: I know what’s going on. You’re a brilliant doctor, but you need a new mountain to climb. And I think I have the perfect challenge for you.

Sally: The problem with me being cut out of the videos is that I gave those conversations context. I asked the questions that the audience wanted to hear.

Chelsea: Did you, though?

Sally: Yes, I had some great, lively exchanges with some of those designers.

Chelsea: But the interviews were supposed to be about the designers, not “the sally show.” I mean, is that your sole purpose at newman fashion, just to be a self-promoter?

Sally: I’m the face of the platform. Hyping me is hyping the brand.

Chelsea: I always thought that was a mistake. A decision that was made before I got there.

Sally: Yes, that’s right. It was decided.

Chelsea: But it’s a bad idea, associating a new brand with one person, especially a relative unknown.

Sally: Okay, I am not an unknown in the fashion world. In fact, I’m actually quite known, most recently for my design of victoria’s wedding dress.

Chelsea: Oh, please. You designed one nice dress. How long are you gonna dine out on that singular accomplishment?

Sally: That was a beautiful dress.

Chelsea: It’s time to move on. Our job is to create a successful business, not feed your ego. Now, if you’ll excuse me, I am going to get some food and head back to the office because there is still work to be done. We can’t all spend all day self-promoting.

Sally: Guess you know best.

Chance: Abby, I really don’t think that I need therapy. And plus, I don’t want to talk to a stranger. I got you.

Abby: Yes, and I will always be here, but I’m your wife. I’m sure there are things that you don’t want to tell me because you don’t want to upset me.

Chance: But I’ve been honest and I’ve been open with you.

Abby: You have. But, I mean, you didn’t tell me that you were reaching out to the families of your team members. That had to have been hard to keep bottled up.

Chance: Well, yeah, it was, and then we talked about it and I feel much better. I really do.

Abby: But you only told me about it because I found you reading that letter.

Chance: No, I would’ve been honest about it. I would’ve told you regardless.

Abby: Okay, look, I don’t want to debate that point, i just — I feel like there are things that happened over there, things that you need to talk to someone about, not necessarily me. I just — I really want you to heal.

Chance: I know. And I know dwelling on past traumatic events can’t be healthy. But just hear me out, I think i got a better way to handle this.

Abby: Okay, what is that?

Chance: So I just keep my mind occupied, right? I got to stay busy. So I think I should go back to work after all. I’m gonna go talk to rey about it today.

Abby: Wow. Um…okay, well, we had just talked about you, you know, taking some time off so we could spend more time together as a family.

Chance: Yeah, I know. I know. And if it would make you feel better, you can come with me.

Abby: No, no, no, rey is your partner. You should talk to him alone.

Chance: Thank you for being so supportive, really.

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Faith: I’m not ruling anything out, but I seriously hope you’re not trying to talk me out of going away for college.

Sharon: I would never do that. I was just having a mom moment.

Faith: Good. It’s not like you have to worry about being lonely without me. You have rey and the odds are pretty decent noah will never leave genoa city again.

Rey: You may be right about that.

[ Cellphone rings ]

Sharon: Oh, I have to take this. Excuse me.

Faith: There are a couple girls I know that are applying to schools in europe. Sounds kind of cool. But I’m thinking I maybe shouldn’t mention the possibility to mom.

Rey: There you go. That’s smart. You might want her to get used to the idea of you crossing state lines first.

Faith: [ Sighs ] Thanks, rey. You always have the best advice.

Rey: Then maybe you’ll listen to me when I tell you that as exciting as moving away seems right now, having your family close by could be a good thing.

Sharon: Okay. What’d I miss?

Faith: Nothing. I’m gonna go tell moses that you’re taking me to visit colleges. Thanks again, mom. Bye.

Sharon: I can’t believe how fast my little girl is growing up.

Chelsea: Chance.

Chance: Oh, my god. Sorry.

Chelsea: Oh, look at this little cutie pie.

Chance: Yeah, he’s a handsome little dude, isn’t he?

[ Chuckles ]

Chelsea: Look at you, proud papa. A week ago, you didn’t have any photos of him on your phone, now here you are fawning all over him.

Chance: Oh, yeah, I was pretty embarrassed about that, so i just took a couple hundred since then. You want to check them out?

Chelsea: I would love to. You want to see a couple hundred of connor?

Chance: Please.

Chelsea: Are abby and dom meeting you here?

Chance: No, abby is at home and dominic is with his other dad, devon.

Ashland: I’m thinking of askmdnow, which will soon be owned by newman/locke.

Nate: I had to leave my position there because it was too much to handle with the chief of surgery position. Besides, elena’s doing a great job.

Ashland: She is, but I’m thinking bigger. See, there are opportunities to take the platform further. And if you ever have any desires to shift out of the position that you’re in right now, I’d be happy to bring you on board at newman/locke.

Nate: I’m flattered, but I’m not really a suit-and-tie corporate guy. Matter of fact, the aspects of the job that I hate are the business parts.

Ashland: You know, I really admire your dedication to healing, but I also know that when you were studying abroad, you took some business courses, right? So perhaps there’s a way that we can bridge the two.

Nate: It’s been a long time since I took those classes. I’m not sure how much i remember.

Ashland: Oh, you’re selling yourself short. You are young. You’re passionate and brilliant, and, frankly, a good influence on me. Now, if there’s a way that I can help you do good on a global scale, I want to know about it. You might not be able to perform surgery on individual patients, but with our resources, you can help millions at a time. So give it some thought, hmm? The offer will always be there.

Victor: I’ve been expecting you, son.

Adam: I’m sure you have.

Victor: So you’ve heard the news?

Adam: Mm-hmm. Victoria just came by to rub my nose in it, as a matter of fact.

Victor: Well, that wasn’t necessary.

Adam: How could you make a decision like this?

Victor: Son, you knew there was a deal on the table and i was considering the offer, right?

Adam: You didn’t even consult with me. You didn’t even tell me a damn thing about it.

Victor: I don’t need your approval, son. Business is business.

Adam: There is no good business reason to make this deal. Do you have another agenda going on? And please, do not tell me “maybe I do and maybe I don’t,” dad, okay? I’m getting really sick of the games.

Victor: Why are you getting so worked up, son? This is a great opportunity for you.

Adam: What are you talking about?

Victor: I guess victoria conveyed to you an important piece of information. The deal is contingent on you staying on as the head of newman media and the recently acquired chanccomm.

Adam: That makes it even worse. It means you negotiated on my behalf without even checking with me.

Victor: Do you realize that the business that you’ve been building up would be stronger, more powerful than it was before? Now, you’d also be running the remains of billy abbott’s dream. How’s that?

Adam: You know, what I want, dad, is I want to be valued enough to be included in decisions that affect my life.

Victor: Son, you stay on as the head of newman media or you quit. But newman media will be sold to newman/locke.

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Adam: So…when and why did your feelings suddenly change towards me? You did a 180, dad. We were partners, and, what, now I’m some sort of lackey?

Victor: That’s not how it is, son.

Adam: Sure seems like you’re losing faith in me. Is this about the nonsense with billy?

Victor: Mistakes were made, alright?

Adam: It’s absurd. Nothing happened. There was no damage done. And now, what, you’re cutting me off at the knees? You’re selling the company out from under me and I got to answer to victoria?

Victor: If I had lost faith in you, would I have stipulated to victoria that you stay in charge of newman media?

Adam: So it’s another mind game. Mm. You know, nick warned me that i should get off the newman merry-go-round. So maybe it is time that I save myself.

Victor: You know, son, there are certain moments in life when you make decisions that impact the rest of your life. So you can stay on as head of newman media, expand your sphere of power and control, or you walk. Choice is yours. But I need an answer soon.

Chance: So now abby and I are sharing custody with devon. You know, last night was the first time he spent the night with him.

Chelsea: Wow. That’s big. And complicated.

Chance: Yeah, it was a family decision. We didn’t involve the court. And, you know, everybody thinks this is what’s best.

Chelsea: Well, I don’t want to insert myself in something that’s none of my business, but I can relate.

Chance: You can?

Chelsea: Johnny, billy and victoria’s son. I’m his biological mother.

Chance: That’s right. I completely forgot about that. I’m so sorry.

Chelsea: Billy and victoria are his parents, legally and in every other way, but I’ll always have affection for him. It’s just at the time, i recognized that he deserved to be with a couple who could give him all the love in the world, and I just wasn’t ready for that back then.

Chance: Yeah, well, our situations are a little different. You know, you stepped aside for the sake of the child, and, in our case, devon couldn’t step aside.

Chelsea: Right. Well, I understand how emotional you must be. It’s hard to watch someone else raise your kid. You know, you miss them and it’s painful. It — it’s a lot, I get it.

Chance: Yeah, abby’s having a hard time.

Chelsea: I bet. But it’s important that you embrace the fact that devon will love dom with his whole heart, you know? Same way victoria loves johnny.

Chance: Yeah, absolutely. That’s part of the reason we made the decision.

Chelsea: It’s still really difficult, though, you know? Even if you make the decision, you can’t just put those feelings away. They’ll always be there. But our situations are different. Earlier you said that devon is like another dad to dom. I was never another mom to johnny.

Chance: What, do you think it’s too complicated for dom? You think we’re doing more harm than we are good?

Chelsea: No, I don’t think so. You’re putting your child first. That’s leading with love. That’s always the right choice.

[ Sighs ] Sometimes the hardest decision is the one that’s most painful for the parent, but best for the child. That’s love.

Ashland: Well, there she is. We were just talking about you.

Victoria: Oh, really? What did you have to say?

Nate: Nothing but good things. Here, take my seat. I was just about to leave.

Victoria: Thanks, nate.

Nate: Mm-hmm. Hey, thanks for the coffee. Next one’s on me.

Ashland: If you take me up on my offer, you can write it off as a business expense.

Victoria: Offer?

Nate: Ashland here was kidding about me leaving the hospital to join newman/locke.

[ Chuckles ]

Ashland: I wasn’t joking. And I do hope you give it serious consideration.

Nate: Appreciate the vote of confidence.

Ashland: Talk soon.

Victoria: Thank you. So what was that about?

Ashland: Don’t tell me you’re not happy about me inviting him into the company.

Victoria: Where did that idea come from?

Ashland: Well, we’ve discussed expanding askmdnow. Who better than nate to lead that effort?

Victoria: Nate’s great. I just wish I would’ve been consulted on this. You know, I’m not in the habit of making big offers on a whim, especially to a friend. Better skin from your body wash?

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Ashland: Bringing nate into the fold of our company seems like a no-brainer to me. And I appreciate your opinion on the matter, but if I see a smart move for newman/locke, I’m going to act on it. I can’t always run to you for permission, just like you haven’t been coming to me with the decisions that you’ve made lately.

Victoria: Well, the last decision that you disagreed on is about to pay off big time.

Ashland: What are you talking about?

Victoria: You said that we shouldn’t buy newman media if keeping adam on board was a part of the deal.

Ashland: Mm, and I stand by that.

Victoria: Well, I don’t think that we have anything to worry about. Because I just came from seeing adam and he’s not happy, and he’s on his way out the door.

Ashland: He said that?

Victoria: He didn’t have to. It was palpable. My father obviously made this decision without consulting him, and now he’s completely off-balance, so I gave him a little taste of what it would be like to work for me.

Ashland: Huh. Well, I wish I could’ve been there to see that.

Victoria: He hated every minute of it. And I can’t see him coming in every single day to experience that dynamic. I think he’ll quit before he ever comes to work for me.

Chelsea: What now? Are you going to complain to adam about the editing of that video?

Sally: Of course not. I have important things to discuss with him. Adam, I need to —

Chelsea: I seriously can’t work with this woman.

Adam: Stop. I have news that’ll make your complaints about each other completely irrelevant.

Chelsea: What are you talking about?

Adam: My father is selling newman media. Excuse me.

Sally: Who’s the buyer?

Adam: Newman/locke.

Chelsea: I just signed a lease for new office space. So what happens to newman fashion?

Adam: I don’t know what it means for any of us, including me. I haven’t decided if I’m staying with the company or not.

Chelsea: I can’t believe victor would do this.

Adam: Actually, this is the most victor thing he could possibly do. Okay? We had a good run, but he is back to his old ways.

Chelsea: You have to fight it. Stand up for yourself. Don’t just roll over.

Adam: I just found out. Can you give me a second to figure out what my next move is?

Chelsea: Did you know about this?

Sally: Me? How could I?

Chelsea: I don’t know, but you don’t seem surprised. In fact, adam doesn’t seem as upset as he should be if this is the bombshell he claims it is.

Sally: I’m flabbergasted. I’m stunned into silence.

Chelsea: Okay. Well, since protecting newman fashion clearly isn’t at the top of your agenda, I will call chloe and tell her the bad news.

Adam: [ Sighs ]

Abby: [ Sighs ] Well, thank you for coming by.

Sharon: Sure. I hope I can help. What’s going on?

Abby: It’s chance. He says that he’s on a healing path, that he’s doing better, but I can tell he’s still struggling, and I suggested that he see a therapist, but he’s being very resistant.

Sharon: I see.

Abby: So I guess I just — i need to know what my next step should be.

Sharon: Well, what makes you think that he needs therapy now? I mean, is he acting depressed or anxious?

Abby: [ Sighs ] Well, he’s having these nightmares. Sometimes he wakes up screaming, and then he’ll just be up all night. And I found out that he’s been reaching out to the families of the men and women who died in spain.

Sharon: Well, the nightmares are troubling, but contacting people who were affected by the explosion, that’s not inherently unhealthy.

Abby: Well, and then there’s the custody arrangement that we have with devon. He blames himself.

Sharon: Why is that?

Abby: Because he feels like if he were a better dad or even more present, that devon wouldn’t have pushed for shared custody. And now he’s talking about going back to work. He says he needs something to help him feel normal.

Sharon: Wow, that is a lot to process all at once. He must feel overwhelmed.

Abby: Sharon, I just — i need your opinion. Do you think he should be in therapy?

Sharon: I just think chance should be here for this conversation. My foundation doesn’t settle…

Abby: It’s not like I’m going behind chance’s back. I’ve discussed the idea of therapy with him. I just — I thought it would help him get on board with the idea if he knew that you agreed with me.

Sharon: Well, I feel for you, but I just don’t feel comfortable assessing his issues third-hand.

Abby: I understand, but i don’t think he’d come to you on his own.

Sharon: Well, then I suggest you just keep doing what you’re doing. Be supportive, be nurturing, and maybe that’ll encourage him to open up and talk to you.

Abby: I mean, he has been better about sharing his feelings with me.

Sharon: Well, that’s a good sign.

Abby: But, sharon, I really do think he needs professional help.

Sharon: Well, I’d be happy to talk to him directly, or I could make a referral. But we can’t impose our expectations onto him. He needs to decide if he’s ready for therapy. And for the process to be effective, the person has to want to talk things out.

Chance: Rey, hey!

Rey: How are you?

Chance: I’m good, man. Good to see you. Thanks for meeting me.

Rey: Of course.

Chance: Yeah.

Rey: So how are things? I heard that you and abby decided to give devon shared custody.

Chance: Yeah, yeah, we sure did. Yesterday was dominic’s first overnight stay at his place.

Rey: That’s got to be tough for you and abby.

Chance: Yeah, it wasn’t easy, but abby and I feel like this is the best decision. In fact, I’ve had to make a few tough decisions lately, and actually why I wanted to talk to you. I’ve been going back and forth on something.

Rey: Yeah, what’s up?

Chance: Think I’m ready to come back to the force.

Rey: You sure?

Chance: Oh, yeah. I think this is exactly what i need right now.

Rey: But you just recently said that the break was gonna be indefinite, that you needed to spend more time with abby and the baby. What’s changed?

Chance: I just feel like it’s time to go back.

Rey: You sure this doesn’t have anything to do with the custody arrangement?

Chance: You know, it probably does. But I feel like I have to get things back to normal for the sake of my family, and a big part of my normal is working, man.

Rey: I hear you. But what we do involves danger, traumatic events, sometimes life-and-death. Look, if you’re still struggling with what happened in spain, maybe coming back to the job as a cop might do more harm than good.

Chance: I’ve thought about that. And I truly believe that I’m ready to come back. Look, if I can just do some good, if I can just save one life, then maybe I can make up for the ones that I’ve lost.

Sally: You must be furious with victor. I know this seems like a setback, but it’s not complete and total destruction, right?

Adam: Uh, victor doesn’t seem to think so. He tried to appease me by making it a stipulation that I can stay in my position as ceo.

Sally: Well, that sounds like a good thing to me.

Adam: I would be working for my sister.

Sally: Oh.

[ Clears throat ] Well, that wouldn’t be so bad, would it?

Adam: She came by here earlier, gloating.

Sally: Okay, well, that’s mean.

Adam: Yeah, but it wasn’t just petty. She wanted me to know what it would be like working for her.

Sally: You can handle it. I think you should stay here and run newman media your way.

Adam: Mm. I don’t know if that’s even possible. Victoria has been trying to drive a wedge between me and victor for a while now, and looks like it’s finally succeeded.

Sally: Only if you let her. But you’re better than that. I mean, look at everything you’ve accomplished here at newman media. Would you really be willing to walk away from all of this?

Adam: Walking away might be the smartest thing. Why do I want to get tied up in all this family drama again when I could start fresh once and for all? I mean, if I made newman media a success once, I could do it again somewhere else.

Sally: Yes, you can succeed anywhere, but consider the resources that you would have at newman/locke. If you left, you might be scraping together nickels and dimes to create an operation from scratch. But here, the resources are practically infinite. Plus, victoria just bought chanccomm, right? So you would be running your big competitor. I mean, that sounds enticing.

Adam: I would be head of a newly combined media powerhouse.

Sally: I think you should seriously consider it. This is not a demotion. It’s really a promotion. And who knows? Maybe this is victor’s way of giving you more power in the family.

Adam: You clearly have a lot to learn about how my father’s mind works.

Sally: Okay, I get it. I’m an outsider. But maybe that gives me a more objective viewpoint, because from where I stand, your position is just as strong as victoria’S. And she’s never gonna be able to control you, and she knows that. And who knows? Maybe — just maybe — you may be able to find a way to control her. With voltaren arthritis pain gel. Getting ready for a special day? Spice things up at adoreme.Com. With bras and lingerie in sizes up to 4x. Get on-trend bodysuits or lacy babydolls, just because. Valentine’s day special – sets start at just $19.95. That’s 60% off. Go to adoreme.Com now.

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Rey: Chance wants to come back to work.

Sharon: Do you think that’s a good idea?

Rey: I’m worried it’s too soon. He’s hoping it’ll help him get back to his old life. He wants to feel normal again. But I think he’s still carrying around the trauma from what happened in spain. And now he and abby have agreed to share custody of dominic with devon. I think he’s avoiding his feelings rather than dealing with them.

Sharon: I just got a similar sense from abby. She’s strong, but she’s dealing with a lot, and agreeing to share custody is obviously huge for both of them. She’s trying to heal her family, but she’s worried about chance.

Rey: Well, did she say anything about him going back to work?

Sharon: That came up, but i can’t really talk about it because she was seeking my professional advice.

Rey: Yeah.

[ Sighs ] You know, being a cop is tough enough when things are going really good. Takes an emotional and psychological toll. You have to be on top of your game at all times, and I’m just — I’m afraid chance isn’t quite there yet.

Chance: Hello?

Abby: Hey.

Chance: Hi.

Abby: I was just about to call you.

Chance: Yeah, what for?

Abby: Well, I wanted to make sure that you’d be home in time. Louise is on her way back with dominic.

Chance: Oh, come on, i wouldn’t be late for that. I know how important it is to be here.

Abby: Did you talk to rey?

Chance: Yeah, I did. He, uh — he had his concerns. I don’t know, I just still feel like this is exactly what I’m supposed to do. I appreciate you being so supportive.

Abby: Mm.

Louise: Look who’s back.

Abby: Oh, my baby! My sweet boy, come here.

Louise: Oh.

Abby: Hi! Hi, my love. Welcome home.

[ Gasps ] Welcome home. Yes. Well, I guess he has two homes now. How is he?

Louise: Oh, he looks happy, rested. Devon said that he was recently fed and changed, so he’s good.

Chance: Okay, sounds like everything went smoothly, huh?

Abby: Oh, I am just so happy that he’s back home and my little family is back together again. Yes, my love. We missed you.

Adam: So you think that i should stay here and continue to run newman media.

Sally: Absolutely.

Adam: Why?

Sally: I just said, it’s an opportunity.

Adam: Yes, yes, yes, it is a glorious opportunity. You and my dad have established that. But what I want to know is why you are taking that point of view. I mean, what is in that for you? You think I’m gonna protect your job at newman fashion?

Sally: I do not have an ulterior motive. I was just speaking to you as a friend. You asked for my advice, so I —

Adam: I didn’t ask for it. You shared your opinion anyway.

Sally: Okay. Well, I was just thinking that you may be blind to this because you’re so hurt and angered by the move, but there is a scenario where victoria might be distracted by the rest of her vast empire to see the advantage that you have where the media division is concerned. You could turn your role into something much bigger.

Adam: That is an intriguing idea. You’re good at pep talks.

Sally: Thanks. [ Sighs ] So…will you stay?

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