Y&R Transcript Monday, February 14, 2022

Young & The Restless Transcript

Y&R logo

Transcript provided by Suzanne

Adam: To two wrongs making something very right.

[ Glasses clink ]

[ Breathes deeply ] Uh, well, since you’re now newman media’s coo, we, um — we need to hit the ground running.

Sally: Alrighty.

Adam: Yeah. We need to organize our ideas and craft them into a specific plan.

Sally: Yeah. I guess you need to show the world that you made the smart choice in hiring me.

Adam: [ Chuckles ] Well, I’m not worried about what the world thinks because soon everybody is gonna see what i do.

Sally: Well, I feel the exact same way about you. Soon, victor and victoria are gonna have to forget all of their doubts and their worries and accept you as the phenomenal ceo that you are.

[ Laughs ]

Adam: What?

Sally: I’m sorry. I can’t help but laugh. We both flipped out when we walked in here and we saw all of this, the — the flowers and the champagne and the chocolate-covered strawberries.

Adam: I honestly thought that you set all that up.

Sally: I thought it was you! I mean, we acted like it was some, like, terrible breach of our contract to keep things strictly professional.

Adam: Well, we’ve been clear about, um, you know, how we’re gonna make this partnership work. We swore that we were gonna make sure things are uncomplicated.

Sally: Mm-hmm. Yeah. And never, ever actually celebrate a holiday.

Adam: [ Chuckles ] Yeah. There’s that. But, uh, would that really have been the, uh, worst thing in the world?

Sally: If I had brought you the chocolate-covered strawberries and the champagne?

Adam: You know what I meant.

Sharon: Hey.

Rey: Hey.

Sharon: How’s it going?

Rey: Well, I have some bad news. I have to work on that burglary case tonight, so I don’t know how late I’ll be home. Trust me — this is not how i wanted to spend valentine’s day with you.

Sharon: Well, that’s okay. I understand. I do. You know, if you marry a cop, you’ve got to expect there’s gonna be late nights and missed holidays.

Rey: Well, I promise I’m gonna make it up to you.

Sharon: I know that you would be wining and dining me if you could.

Rey: Mm.

Sharon: And besides, I like the sounds of making it up to me. I think that’s going to be more fun.

Rey: Wow, you really are an expert at turning lemons into lemonade, huh?

Sharon: Well, I know how much it means to you to catch this burglar. I was asleep when you came in last night after the stakeout. So, how is it working with your partner again? And how did chance do on his first day?

Rey: Well, I hate to say it, but he wasn’t ready.

Sharon: Oh. What happened?

Rey: Well, I’d rather just leave it at that. But it might have been a good thing that chance tested the waters. It’s clear he’s still dealing with a lot. Joining me may have given him the opportunity to realize that he was pushing too soon to return to work.

Sharon: Well, I’m sorry to hear that. But hopefully this will help him find his way and he’ll get the help that he needs.

Rey: That’s what I love about you, you know? You’re always looking on the bright side of things. Which is why I can’t bear for you to go all day without your gifts. You know, I have some time before I have to go in. And while I have you almost all to myself, maybe I can take the time to show you just how much I love you.

Sharon: Well, I like the sound of that.

Rey: [ Chuckles ]

Noah: You know, the meeting with the county review board went well.

Nick: Well, let’s just keep our eye on the ball, alright? We got a long way to go.

Noah: Hey, I mean, is there anything we can do to speed up the process a little bit? This project can help a lot of people. I mean, here it is, valentine’s day already, and we really haven’t made that much progress.

Nick: I mean, these things take time.

Noah: [ Sighs ] Yeah, I get it. I just — I don’t know. I’m just anxious to see it all come together. And these decorations, man — these decorations are really not helping my mood. It is just a constant reminder that you and I are in the same boat this year, S.S. Dateless.

Nick: Are you kidding me? This is a made-up holiday that forces suckers to buy a bunch of candy and flowers, and you aren’t missing anything.

Noah: Oh. Really? Yeah, I’d almost believe that if I hadn’t seen you go all out over the years. So, nice try. You talk a good game, though.

Nick: [ Chuckles ] Well, i guess you got me there. But trust me — I’m fine. Are you okay?

Noah: Yeah. Yeah. You don’t have to worry about me. But, hey, if you’re not doing anything, how about we hang out tonight while the rest of those suckers are out celebrating?

Nick: Yeah. Let’s do it.

Noah: Cool. Well, I should probably get going. I have an errand I need to run before the entire town is overrun with red roses and champagne.

Nick: [ Chuckles ] Yes.

Noah: See ya. Hey, what’s up, man? Good to see you.

Moses: You too. Hey, um, your assistant said you’d be here, and I really need your help.

Nick: Sure, man. What’s up? Sit down.

Moses: Thanks.

Mariah: Hey, you.

Tessa: Ooh. Hi.

Mariah: Aww.

[ Laughs ] Look at this! What a sweet valentine’s day gift.

Tessa: Oh, no, that’s not your gift. That’s just some ambiance to set the stage. I have something way better for you.

Allergies don’t have to be


Additional sponsorship

provided by…

Rey: So, what do you think? Any ideas? I cannot leave my beautiful wife without showing her how much i love her.

Sharon: You could clean out the walk-in refrigerator.

Rey: Oh. Yeah.

Sharon: Now, a gesture like that — that’s the sign of real love.

Rey: Mm, well, if that’s what it takes, I will do it. Where’s the mop? Let’s go.

Sharon: Wait. Stop. I was just kidding!

Rey: You know, I know. I know. I know what I’ll do. I can give you one of my world-class back massages. Hmm? Guess that wouldn’t look too professional, though.

Sharon: Well, I could lock the door and put the sign out and tell the world that we’re closed. It might be worth it.

Rey: Mm-hmm.

Sharon: You know what? No matter how late you get home, we will celebrate.

Rey: Mmm.

Faith: I am officially freaking out!

Sharon: Why? What happened?

Faith: The day is already half over, and I’ve got nothing. I wanted to get moses something perfect and special, but everything that I come up with is either too casual or too weird. Like, I’m not gonna get him a mug with a soccer ball and “world’s greatest…whatever” on it, like you probably got rey. I mean, that’s too lame.

Rey: A mug?

Sharon: Um, not even close.

Faith: It was just an example, okay? Look, I have been going back and forth about what to get him for so long, my head is going to explode. And now valentine’s day has snuck up on me, and it’s gonna be too late to do anything.

Rey: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Relax. There’s still time to get him something cool.

Faith: Yeah, but what? That’s the problem. I don’t have a clue.

Sharon: Well, he loved that sweater you gave him for christmas. You seem to know what he likes.

Rey: Yeah, or what about a t-shirt from something you two shared together, like a movie or a ball cap or — what’s wrong with a mug? You know? Hey, listen, it’s the thought that counts. He’s gonna love anything you get him.

Faith: Yeah, that’s just the thing. I want to get him something that looks like I put tons of thought into it.

Sharon: Well, you could always make him something. He would love that.

Faith: Seriously, mom? Poster board and glitter?

Moses: Look, I really hate coming to you like this, but I’m desperate. I haven’t gotten anything for faith for valentine’s day, and not only am I running out of ideas, but I’m running out of time, too. So, what do I do?

Nick: Okay, first let’s slow down.

Moses: Yeah, but — i wouldn’t come to you if I had anywhere else to turn. Devon is busy with amanda, and nate’s working. So, who knows faith better than her dad?

Nick: Okay, um, I think her mother might have something to say about that, but I do know faith pretty well. Um…I know she loves that bracelet that you gave her for christmas. And I know this because she wears it every single day.

Moses: Yeah. I mean, that was a really good gift, but it almost got screwed up when I blew it by giving her a book. I mean, what was I thinking?

Nick: [ Laughs ] Alright, I think I can help you. Um, I think the first thing we need to do is figure out what you’re trying to say with this gift. You know, the bracelet that you gave her with the charms and, like, the chess pieces — that said, “I know you. You know, this is something that matters to you, and this is where we are right now.” Right?

Moses: Okay. Yeah.

Nick: So, moses, what is it you’re trying to say with this gift?

Moses: [ Sighs ]

Chloe: Sorry I wasn’t able to work last night.

Chelsea: Oh, don’t be silly. Is bella doing okay after her nightmare?

Chloe: Oh, yeah, she’s fine. I finally got her back to sleep. You know, it’s just all part of the wonderful, unpredictable world of being a parent. Something you know all about.

Chelsea: I do. Connor has had plenty of sleep issues. Apparently now I have sleep issues, too. Yeah, I had awful insomnia last night. Couldn’t sleep. It was driving me nuts. So eventually I got dressed and went to crimson lights.

Chloe: After we talked?

Chelsea: Yeah. I actually bumped into rey there. We had a really nice, normal conversation. I know that doesn’t sound like much, but I’ve just had a hard time lately finding my footing, you know? Talking to rey — it was just nice, you know, to talk to somebody that wasn’t judging me. God knows rey has every reason to.

Chloe: Well, you better get used to it. You’re gonna find fewer people getting all judgey on you now. That’s what your new life without adam is going to look like.

Adam: I was simply agreeing with you about how we reacted to the, uh, champagne before we realized it was from an advertiser. Maybe we were overcompensating a bit.

Sally: Perhaps.

Adam: But look at us. We’re doing a good job of navigating the situation and working together.

Sally: Yes. Yeah, we are. So, uh, let’s stay focused on the big picture.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Sally: Maybe we start with a list of our most pressing issues.

Adam: Well, the most pressing issue was acknowledging that there’s, uh, something more going on between us, but that we were able to compartmentalize those feelings so it doesn’t get in the way of what we’re trying to accomplish.

Sally: Are we?

[ Glass thuds ]

[ Lock engages ]

[ Objects clattering ]

Sally: [ Laughs ] Kim is now demonstrating her congestion.

[ Objects clattering ]

[ Both breathing heavily ]

Adam: [ Exhales heavily ]

[ Both laugh ] Oh, my god. Oh, my god, that was a surprise.

[ Both breathing heavily ]

Sally: And intense.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Sally: I’ve waited a really long time for this moment, and I — [Sighs] I still wasn’t prepared for it.

[ Chuckles ]

[ Both breathing heavily ]

[ Both laugh ]

Chloe: Listen to me, chelsea. You are finally on the right track. You have to keep looking forward and focus on our upcoming pitch to lauren. Good things are on the verge of happening for us.

Chelsea: I just don’t think we should get our hopes up, not after what I pulled last time I worked for her. I mean, I basically stole from her. And when we pitched lauren our idea, she made it very clear that she’s not willing to just ignore that.

Chloe: She also made it very clear that she was willing to consider giving you another chance. She sees how hard you are trying to get your life back on track, and making a break from adam, putting that toxic relationship behind you — that is a big part of it. It is proof that you are serious about starting fresh, and i think lauren sees that.

Chelsea: It doesn’t mean she’s gonna be willing to trust me again.

Chloe: Stop it. Okay?

Chelsea: [ Sighs ]

Chloe: I believe in you. I believe in us, and now you need to start doing the same. You have to have high hopes and start dreaming big because no one out there is going to hand us anything. We need to go out there, and we need to get things for ourselves.

Mariah: Hmm. Okay. That’s it. I give up. I give up. I don’t know where it is, so just please tell me where it is.

Tessa: Your valentine’s day gift can’t fit into a box with a bow. It’s far too big for that.

Mariah: Okay.

Tessa: You know how much i love you. This song — it’s written specifically for you, inspired by you.

[ Soft music plays ]

We tried our best

to ruin this

stripped to the ground

rebuilt it

brick by brick

time and again

time and again

[ Knock on door ]

Mariah: Oh, wow. That is lousy timing. No, no, no, please, please.

[ Music stops ] Don’t stop. Don’t stop. Whoever it is, they’ll go away if we just ignore it, so please keep singing.

Tessa: No, no, we can’t do that. What if it’s your mom?

Mariah: If it’s my mom? My mom would know better than to interrupt us on valentine’s day. Who does that?!

Tessa: [ Laughs ] Look, we started our celebration a little early. I promise I will start right where I left off.

[ Knock on door ]

Mariah: And I promise whoever this is, is going to go away immediately.

Tessa: [ Laughs ]

Mariah: Immediately!

Noah: Surprise!

Mariah: [ Chuckles ] Goal!

Mariah: Noah. Uh, come in. Come in. Yeah. This is — this is a surprise.

Noah: Sorry. I hope I’m not interrupting anything. It’s just, uh, I wanted to bring this belated house-warming gift. I guess now it’s more of a house-warming/engagement/ soon-to-be-parents gift.

Mariah: Uh, well, you mean not-so-soon-to-be parents. With everything we’ve learned from the adoption process, it’s going to be very long, very challenging.

Tessa: Yeah. But we really appreciate the sentiment.

Mariah: Yeah, this is incredibly thoughtful.

Noah: Okay, it looks like i definitely am interrupting something. Sorry. I, uh — I wanted to try to come by before the celebrating began. Um, I’ll just — I’ll just leave the gifts and go.

Mariah: No, no, no, no, no, no, please, please. It’s really fine. It’s fine.

Tessa: Yeah, yeah, yeah, please stay, I mean, at least until we open the gift.

Moses: Well, that’s the thing. I, um — I really like your daughter, sir. She’s special, you know?

Nick: I agree with you about that.

Moses: And I want to get her something that really shows just how special she is to me.

Nick: I think I know what you’re trying to say — or what not to say.

Moses: I don’t know how this happened. I mean, every day I’ve been thinking about what I want to get faith for valentine’s day. I’ve just been going along with school and my internship, thinking it over, and then, bam, the day is here and I’ve — I’ve got nothing.

Nick: No pressure, huh?

Moses: [ Sighs ]

Faith: Please, mom, you’ve got to help. This is a crisis.

Sharon: Okay, first of all, calm down. This is the good kind of problem to have. Actually, it’s not a problem at all. Finding the perfect gift for a person you care about can be fun.

Faith: You could give rey a mug and he’d do backflips.

Sharon: Again with the mug thing?

Faith: Seriously, mom. He would call you a gift wizard and drink out of it every single day for the rest of his life.

Sharon: [ Sighs ] It is the thought that counts. But I get what you’re saying about wanting it to have a particular kind of meaning.

Moses: I just kept figuring it would come to me when I least expected it, but when it got down to actually going to the store and picking the perfect thing…that just never happened. And now there’s, like, no time left.

Nick: Well, you obviously care about my daughter, and, uh, I think it says a lot that you’re willing to come to her father to get the perfect gift for her. That requires a certain amount of —

Moses: Desperation?

Nick: I was gonna say bravery.

Moses: [ Chuckles ]

Nick: Look, I think if we put our heads together, we can come up with some good ideas.

Moses: [ Sighs ] Thanks, man. I really appreciate that.

Sharon: Try not thinking about getting him the perfect thing, and instead just think about moses, who he is, what makes him happy. What was that? A thought already?

Faith: Yeah. Not exactly a gift. I was just thinking about his smile, the way he has of lighting up the whole world, like all of him is smiling, his whole being.

Sharon: There you go. Go with that. Think about where you were when that happened, what made him smile.

Moses: [ Sighs ] Thanks for talking this thing through with me. I really needed help figuring this thing out.

Nick: Not a problem.

Moses: Hey, you know something? You’re — you’re pretty cool.

Nick: [ Chuckles ] Wow. I mean, that is literally something my daughter has never said to me. Thank you. And I am glad to help.

Faith: Thank you so much, mom. I knew I could count on you to help me. This is gonna be great.

Sally: [ Sighs ] So…are things gonna get weird between us now? Did we make a mistake?

Adam: I have to admit that I have thought about this moment for a long time, too. But what I imagined did not come close to the reality. But a mistake? No, not at all. I don’t see it that way. Do you?

Sally: Are you kidding? I mean, that was…

Adam: Yeah.

Sally: [ Chuckles ] So, what now?

Adam: [ Laughs ] I really — I really don’t know. But you know what? We don’t have to figure it all out right now. We can just play it as it goes.

Sally: Sure. Yeah. Sounds good.

Adam: [ Breathes deeply ] But we should, um, probably get back to work.

Sally: Yeah. We do have…a lot to do.

Adam: Yeah. The truth is, I am starving right now. I am famished. What about you?

Sally: I am ravenous. When you’re looking for answers, it’s good to have help. Because the right information, at the right time, may make all the difference. At humana, we know that’s especially true when you’re looking for a medicare supplement insurance plan. That’s why we’re offering “seven things every medicare supplement should have”. It’s yours free, just for calling the number on your screen. And when you call, a knowledgeable licensed agent-producer can answer any questions you have, and help you choose the plan that’s right for you. The call is free, and there’s no obligation. You see, medicare covers only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. The rest is up to you! That’s why so many people purchase medicare supplement insurance plans like those offered by humana. They’re designed to help you save money and pay some of the costs medicare doesn’T. Depending on the medicare supplement plan you select, you could have no deductibles or copayments for doctor visits, hospital stays, emergency care and more! You can keep the doctors you have now, ones you know and trust, with no referrals needed. Plus you can get medical care anywhere in the country, even when you’re traveling. With humana, you get a competitive monthly premium and personalized service from a healthcare partner working to make healthcare simpler and easier for you. You can choose from a wide range of standardized plans. Each one is designed to work seamlessly with medicare, and help save you money. So how do you find the plan that’s right for you? One that fits your needs and your budget? Call humana now at the number on your screen for this free guide! It’s just one of the ways that humana is making healthcare simpler. And when you call, a knowledgeable licensed agent-producer can answer any questions you have, and help you choose the plan that’s right for you. The call is free and there’s no obligation. You know medicare won’t cover all your medical costs. So call now, and see why a medicare supplement plan from a company like humana just might be the answer.

Find your rhythm.

“The young and the restless”

will continue. I’ve got moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.

Mariah: Okay. Oh, noah. Oh, my goodness, this is… this is beautiful. Look.

Tessa: I love it.

Mariah: Oh, where should we hang it?

Tessa: Uh… oh, how about over there?

Mariah: Great. Alright, let’s try it. How does this look?

Tessa: That’s perfect.

Mariah: Noah, I… I — I just can’t thank you enough for creating this for us. It’s a masterpiece.

Noah: It was my pleasure. I really hope you guys know how happy I am for you and how much I’m rooting for your marriage and your adoption plans and everything else good coming your way.

Sharon: [ Laughing ]

Rey: You are amazing.

Sharon: I am?

Rey: Yeah. I saw you with faith earlier. Now, I know you’d like to admire your handiwork, but maybe we should give the kids some space, huh? Be a little more discreet?

Sharon: Um, look at that. The espresso machine needs attention.

Rey: Mm-hmm. And I will do that repair for you on the patio.

Sharon: Oh, you don’t have to do that.

Rey: I’m happy to do it. You can thank me later.

Sharon: I will thank you later.

Rey: Mm-hmm.

Moses: Happy valentine’s day, faith.

Faith: Happy valentine’s day. It’s kind of weird, when you think about it, that someone just picked a random day to make it love day and now it’s, like, greeting cards and candy bonanza.

Moses: Yeah, but if you think about it, it’s got to suck for people who don’t have anyone to love. The worst day of the year for them.

Faith: Yeah, that must suck.

[ Both laugh ]

Moses: But today is also a reminder — like, if you really care about someone, you can let them know and show them how much you care, which is pretty cool, right?

Faith: Yeah. I hope you didn’t feel, like, you know, forced to get me something.

Moses: Forced? No. I just wanted to make sure I got just the right thing for you.

Faith: [ Chuckles ] Wow. Did not see that coming.

Moses: Oh, no, that’s not for you. That’s for your dad.

Faith: [ Chuckles ] Okay.

Moses: It’s a joke. I’ll explain later.

Faith: Is this for me?

Moses: Yep.

Faith: [ Laughs ]

Moses: Thanks.

Faith: [ Chuckles ] What?! Concert tickets…

Moses: No way. Tickets to coltrane?

Faith: …To coltrane?

Moses: What? Wow. No way.

Faith: I know how much you love his music and that listening to his music was something that you shared with your dad.

Moses: Yeah. I remember the first time i played him for you.

Faith: You made me close my eyes so I could feel him with my whole body and really see the music. It was like magic.

Moses: Yeah. It felt that way, too, when my dad first played his album for me. And then it felt like I was listening to it all over again when I showed him to you. Feeling it through your heart, hearing it through your ears. Yeah. You nailed it — like magic.

Chloe: I love the direction you’re going with that. I feel like that could be the showpiece for the whole line.

Chelsea: Lauren did seem to like the idea of an exclusive new collection just for fenmore’S.

Chloe: Well, I talked with the accountant, and he’s putting together all the financials for her.

Chelsea: Great. What do you think?

Chloe: It’s amazing. You really have not lost your touch. I think lauren’s gonna love that.

Chelsea: Yeah. I plan to make metallic buttons a recurring theme in the new line.

Chloe: I love that idea. I feel like this is all coming together.

Sally: [ Sighs ] Oh, great. Just what we need.

Adam: Um…would you feel more comfortable going somewhere else?

Sally: Would you?

Adam: No.

Sally: Okay then. Let’s stay. I mean, I know this is all uncharted territory and there’s still a lot that we need to figure out, but this is definitely not the place and it’s definitely not the time.

Adam: Well, we don’t need to figure it all out right now. We agreed that we would play it by ear.

Sally: Yeah, and I am perfectly fine with that. I mean, after all, this is just a business lunch. It’s a perfectly normal thing for ceos and coos to do.

Adam: Hello, ladies.

Chelsea: Well, look who it is. The two of you are spending a lot of time together lately.

Adam: Well, that’s ’cause sally is my new coo.

Chelsea: Seriously? That’s the job you gave her?

Adam: Yes, she’s going to be amazing in the role.

Sally: It’s nice working with someone who recognizes and appreciates my skills.

Chelsea: Mm, I’ll bet he does.

Chloe: Congratulations, sally.

Sally: Thank you.

Adam: Yeah. She’s gonna have a real trial by fire with everything going on with newman media, a lot of details involved, as you can both imagine.

Chelsea: You’re doing on-the-job training? You’ve got your hands full.

Adam: Not so much. Uh, sally’s already shown she’s more than capable of holding her own.

Sally: I mean, we can’t spend all the time in the office, as much as I love all the energy and sparks that are flying around there.

Adam: Anyway, what is going on with you two? I hear you met with lauren for a possible collaboration.

Chloe: Yeah. We were just actually working on our final pitch, and it’s going rather well, if I do say so myself.

Sally: Mm, well, good luck with that. As someone, you know, who worked with lauren, I know what a stickler she can be, so make sure you cross all your t’S.

Chelsea: Oh, thanks, but I’ve worked with lauren before, too. We know exactly what she wants and what she needs.

Sally: Well, you know, if you need anyone to have a fresh set of eyes, to take a look at your pitch, or maybe give you some advice on your designs, you know, as someone with recent experience of the fenmore’s business model and strategy, I could… you know what? No. You guys are gonna be great.

Chelsea: I think we’re okay. Yeah, we’ve got a lot of exciting ideas, so we’re good.

Sally: Wow. It’s really wonderful that lauren was willing to give you a second chance. Not everyone’s fortunate enough to have that opportunity.

Chelsea: Well, it’s a good thing that we didn’t tie you up with a contract, considering you had this amazing opportunity just waiting for you around the corner — and with adam. It’s almost like we did you a favor.

Sally: You have no idea.

Tessa: That’s the perfect spot.

Mariah: That’s such a beautiful addition to our home.

Noah: I can’t begin to tell you how glad I am that you actually like it.

Mariah: We do. We really, really do.

Tessa: We’ll treasure it forever.

Mariah: And we get to say that we have our very own noah newman original.

Noah: You do. Enjoy it. Anyways, I should get going. I told dad I’d hang out with him tonight. So please get back to your celebration.

Tessa: Bye, noah. Thank you for stopping by.

Noah: See ya.

Mariah: Hey. Thank you so much for doing that for us. It — it means so much to the both of us.

Noah: See ya.

Nick: Young love. There’s nothing like it.

Sharon: Remember when we were teenagers?

[ Both laugh ]

Nick: I sure do. I even remember the first gift that you gave me.

Sharon: Really? You do?

Nick: Yep. Friendship bracelet. You made it yourself. And you know what? It worked. ‘Cause we’re still friends.

Sharon: Aww.

Nick: And now faith and moses are making some memories of their own. Man, moses came to me earlier in a panic. I guess he didn’t know what to get faith for valentine’s day.

Sharon: I can’t believe this. Faith did the same thing. She came to me in full drama mode. It was the worst thing in the world. She couldn’t think of what to get moses for valentine’s day.

Nick: Seriously? What’d you tell her?

Sharon: I told her to put less focus on the gift and more so on moses and what she likes about him, what makes him smile.

Nick: I pretty much said the same thing to moses. I asked him what he wanted the gift to say. I guess they’d just got done listening to a jazz record together, so…

Sharon: Coltrane? Oh, my god. And they shared a special moment?

Nick: Yeah.

Sharon: Because there was this flyer for a salute to coltrane concert. It was pinned up outside. It seemed perfect.

Nick: [ Chuckles ] We are good. Up top. My asthma felt anything but normal.

Adam: What do you know? Looks like everything turned out well for everyone. I have no doubt that sally’s gonna be an incredible coo for newman media, and I know you and lauren will be great business partners. But, um, if you will excuse us, we have some business to attend to, so we’ll let you get back to yours. Good luck with the, uh, pitch.

Sally: Yeah. Good luck with that.

Chloe: [ Sighs ]

Chelsea: Our presentation is going to blow lauren away. She will be so impressed with us, she’s gonna make that deal in a heartbeat.

Chloe: Damn right she will.

Adam: Hey. You good?

Sally: Are you kidding me? It’s the best valentine’s day ever.

[ Soft music plays ]

Tessa: We’ve tried our best

to ruin this

stripped to the ground

rebuilt it

brick by brick

time and again

time and again

time and again

time and again

this isn’t perfect

neither are you

neither am I

but I choose this every time

I choose you every time

every time

between our overthinking, our defenses

I’m not blinking

’cause I choose this

this sacred space

our sofa bed

despite the mess, we confess

safe and sound

time and again

time and again

time and again

time and again

this isn’t perfect

neither are you

neither am I

but I choose this every time

I choose you every time

every time

between our overthinking, our defenses

I’m not blinking

’cause I choose this

this is not a love song

this is real life

this is honest

this is right when we are wrong and

this is not a love song

this is our life

this is our mess

and there’s nothing here to fix

and this is not a love song

this is real life

this is real love

I choose this every time

I choose you every time

every time

between our overthinking, our defenses

I’m not blinking

’cause I choose this

Back to the Y&R Transcripts Page

Back to the Main Daytime Transcripts Page

Y&R cast animation

Follow Us!

Leave a Reply