Y&R Transcript Monday, February 21, 2022

Young & The Restless Transcript

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Phyllis: Hey! Twice in one day — to what do I owe the honor?

Jack: I have a lunch meeting. I’m a little bit early.

Phyllis: Ah, do you have a sec?

Jack: Yeah, sure, why?

Phyllis: Okay, um, well, it’s regarding those texts that you’re getting. Um…I just want you to know that I did a little digging, and, you know, I love a good mystery — you know that, right?

Jack: A little digging — online, you mean?

Phyllis: Well, I mean, other resources as well. We won’t get into that. Anyway, you know the address that’s on the texts, right? I found out who owns that house. I have a screenshot. Would you like to see it?

Jack: Yes.

Phyllis: Okay. Oh, okay, one sec, one sec.

Jack: Yeah, got it.

[ Cellphone rings ]

Phyllis: Hey, sweetie.

Summer: Hi, mom.

Tessa: Okay, picture this — a dude ranch in colorado, way up in the hills, wide open spaces, we are on horseback.

Mariah: In wedding gowns?

Tessa: Yeah, why not? Sidesaddle. We’ll see our vows as the sun goes down and literally ride off into the sunset.

Mariah: And miss our own wedding reception? Are you out of your mind?

Tessa: Okay, I didn’t think of that, but I thought we were brainstorming. No bad ideas, remember?

Mariah: Yeah, I know, I know, but there is such a thing as setting limits and an eensy, teensy little thing called the budget.

Tessa: Ugh, spoilsport.

Mariah: Plus, I want to have my two feet set firmly on the ground when I pledge my undying love for you.

Tessa: Ugh! There goes my hot-air balloon idea.

Mariah: [ Chuckles ] Look, as romantic as all of these ideas are, we really need to get serious because april is right around the corner, and if we don’t book a venue, we’re gonna have to push back the date.

Tessa: Nope, forget it, because I can’t wait that long to be your wife.

Mariah: You know…one day, I may get tired of hearing you say that, but today is not that day. This is happening.

Amanda: When are you leaving for the hospital?

Devon: Um, I’m gonna leave soon. Gonna meet abby and chance at their place so we can all ride together and be with dominic.

Amanda: Are you — are you sure that you don’t want me to come with you? Because I planned to go, and this doesn’t feel right, me just letting you go on your own.

Devon: No, it’s completely fine. I appreciate you being there when they took my bone marrow. Okay? Today is just the doctors transferring my cells to dominic through an iv, so it’s, you know, as far as miracles go, it’s pretty low-key.

Amanda: You’re right. The real miracle was that you were a perfect match for dom. Now he has the best odds of recovery.

Devon: That’s right, that’s right. Couldn’t have asked for a better outcome. But you have a lot going on today yourself. You’re closing your law practice to go work for lily. You don’t need to take time away from that.

Amanda: No, I don’t need to, but I’m more than willing to.

Devon: I appreciate that, i do, but abby and chance are gonna be there, so I won’t be alone.

Amanda: That’s true.

Devon: Yeah, and, you know, the real test isn’t today. It’s how dominic responds to the transplant over the next few weeks.

Amanda: And I hope you know i will support you, no matter what happens.

Chance: Hey. How’s he doing?

Abby: The same. Breaks my heart to see him like this. He’s so tired and listless. He used to wake up so bright-eyed and full of energy. The difference is stark.

Chance: Well, we know what’s wrong, and we’re gonna treat it now before anything gets worse.

Abby: Yeah. Just have to pray that the bone marrow transplant will be a success. You know, it’s gonna be kind of awkward explaining to our families why we didn’t tell them about all of this.

Chance: Don’t worry about that. They’ll understand, I promise. We got the situation under control, and there’s nothing more that they can do. So why worry them?

Abby: So how are you doing?

Chance: I’m fine. Abby, I’m fine, really. Don’t worry about me.

Abby: Chance, come on. We’ve been over this. I don’t want empty reassurances that you’re okay. I want the truth. I just heard something amazing!

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Phyllis: Hey, there’s someone here you might know.

Jack: Salve, signora.

Summer: Jack, aw, hi! It’s so good to see you.

Jack: Right back at you.

Summer: Shoot, kyle just took harrison to the park, or I would put them on for you.

Jack: That’s okay. You give them my love. I don’t want to hijack your call with your mom, and I got a meeting to get to. You take care now.

Summer: You too. I miss you.

Jack: Miss you, too. I’ll check in with you later.

Phyllis: Okay.

Jack: Trace!

Traci: Jack, I didn’t know we were going to the same place. You didn’t say anything about it at breakfast. Uh, maybe it isn’t any of my business.

Jack: We’ve been over this. Phyllis and I are just friends.

Traci: If you say so, jack.

[ Cellphone chimes ]

Jack: Excuse me.

Traci: [ Chuckles ] What’s wrong?

Jack: Uh, nothing for you to worry about. You’d get your writer’s imagination working on this, like you do with friends that I’m visiting.

Traci: [ Chuckles ] Okay. You keep telling yourself that.

Jack: What if our positions were reversed? What if every time you were planning a trip to new york to meet your publisher, I assumed there was some kind of romantic tryst going on?

Traci: And who’s to say you would be wrong?

Jack: Wait, is there a chance that that’s actually —

Traci: Oh, my, will you just look at the time? I’m going to be late for my massage. We’ll see you later.

[ Laughs ]

Amanda: Promise you’ll call if you need anything.

Devon: Yeah, of course i will. And I forgot to tell you that moses is gonna be coming home late tonight ’cause he’s hanging out with faith.

Amanda: Yeah. You know, when dominic’s home with his nurse, don’t you think that moses will have a few questions?

Devon: Yeah, he might.

Amanda: Yeah, and are you gonna tell your brother about dom’s illness?

Devon: Uh, I don’t think so. I think that — or I’m hoping that dominic’s be healthy by the time he asks any questions, and he won’t have anything to be concerned about.

Amanda: Yeah, I didn’t tell my sister.

Devon: Good.

Amanda: She’s so excited about this move to chancellor that I want her to enjoy it, you know? I don’t want to give her anything new to worry about.

Devon: Yeah, of course, and you need to enjoy it too. Become the chief legal officer is a very big accomplishment that we will celebrate soon.

Amanda: Yeah, well, I am looking forward to that. But first things first, you need to go take care of your son.

Devon: Yes, ma’am. Love you.

Amanda: You too.

Abby: You know, I was really happy that you shared with me what happened at the stakeout with rey. I hope you don’t regret doing that.

Chance: Oh, no. No, I don’T. That really helped me, talking about that with you, it did.

Abby: I think I understand why you’ve had such a hard time opening up to me about all of this. ‘Cause you’ve always been so strong, the guy who saves the day, and having an experience where people are counting on you and you froze, I mean, that must have been a shock to your system.

Chance: You know what? I just don’t think this is the right time to talk about this. I mean, today should be about dominic, right?

Abby: Babe, stop. Please. Look, I — if we keep delaying this conversation, there’s always gonna be a reason not to discuss it. Come sit down. I think you feel like if you just ignore it, it’s just gonna go away, but it doesn’t work like that.

Chance: I know, I know, and I mean what I said. It helped to talk to you about that. It really did. I — I mean, it took some pressure off of me, I promise.

Abby: Chance, I am always gonna be here for you, always, and if I’m asking you to be honest with me, then I have to do the same.

Chance: What do you mean?

Abby: I really think that you need to see someone. You need to talk to someone, a specialist, someone who specializes in helping people who are struggling with the same things you are. Look at dominic. He was sick, and we took him to a doctor — a specialist who diagnosed him and found a treatment plan for him, something that’s gonna make him better. Obviously, there is no shame in helping our son, so why would your situation be any different? Chance, will you please just think about it?

Chance: I will. Okay, I will. I’m gonna get some more coffee.

Abby: [ Sighs ] I’m amber, I’ve lost 128 pounds with golo,

Sharon: We need to finalize all the details for your school trips.

Faith: I’m starting to get excited.

Sharon: Me too. I was thinking, since university of michigan is your top choice, we should just start at ann arbor, and then we’ll head to chicago and check out the schools there.

Nick: Ann arbor, huh? Getting ready for the big college trip?

Faith: We are trying to nail down what campuses are most important for me to visit.

Noah: Uh-oh, baby bird’s getting ready to fly the next. You ready for that?

Sharon: Um, your sister spent an entire semester in boarding school, remember? And we all managed just fine. I’m just excited about all the opportunities that she has. She’s got some great schools on her list. You know, I think that the hardest thing is gonna be choosing which one to go to.

Faith: You never know. The schools might narrow it down for me by rejecting my applications.

Nick: Come on, kid, you have really picked up your grades, your test scores are awesome.

Sharon: And your essays were fantastic.

Nick: Any school would love to have you. You’re gonna have lots of options.

Noah: Geez, sounds like they can’t wait to get rid of you. Better start packing, kid.

Faith: Yeah, that’s some killer advice, alright, coming from the guy who left london to come back home.

Noah: Hey, I am where I need to be now. But if I had never left genoa city, that — that would’ve been a mistake. And I never would’ve known what else is out there.

Mariah: I know how much you liked the spa when we were staying at the grand phoenix, so…

Tessa: [ Gasps ] Oh, oh! A couple’s massage wedding. The therapists will be our witnesses, and then think what we would save on wedding dresses.

Mariah: Uh, that’s an excellent point.

Tessa: Yeah, and then after the private ceremony, we could put on our robes and our slippers. We’ll take the elevator up to a beautiful champagne luncheon, and then we can take a long afternoon nap. Oh, my god, it would be heaven. We’ll be the most relaxed ones there.

Mariah: Wow. This is the most excited I’ve seen you since we started wedding planning.

Tessa: Uh, yeah, I think i slept on my neck weird, so i heard the word “spa” and I was just off to the races.

Mariah: Yeah, that makes sense. Okay, well, the advantages — it’s close to home, relatively cheap. You know, we could — probably could be booked for april. Disadvantages —

Tessa: It’s not super festive for everyone else.

[ Sighs ] Okay, alright, we can do better.

Mariah: Yeah. Okay, well, why don’t you do me? Plan my ideal wedding.

Tessa: Hmm, okay. Well, since you are the sentimental softie…

Mariah: Incorrect.

Tessa: Mnh-mnh, no, no. You are all about kittens and rainbows and —

Mariah: You are mistaken.

[ Chuckles ]

Tessa: Rainbows. That’s it. San francisco. We’ll go back to the place where it all started, when you kissed me, which was a surprise, by the way.

Mariah: Destination wedding.

Tessa: Yeah, I mean, we could go back, charter a cable car, get married while it runs around the city. I mean, the views would be phenomenal. And then we could have a reception by the sea.

Mariah: Oh, do you remember that place that we went to — fisherman’s wharf? It had the beautiful windows.

Tessa: Oh, yes, and the exceptional wine list. Yes.

Mariah: [ Laughs ] I like this idea. I like the idea of going back to the beginning. Our beginning, you know? Taking something that was confusing and making it joyful.

Tessa: I’m liking this idea a lot.

Mariah: Okay, well, I have an even better one.

Tessa: Oh.

Mariah: Okay, the ideal wedding would have to center around music for you, right? So why don’t we — hear me out — do dollywood? I mean, you were in singer/songwriter heaven when we went there before.

Tessa: I mean, I never thought of it as a venue. But a wedding in the great smoky mountains? I mean, it would be gorgeous.

Mariah: Yeah.

Tessa: Do you think they even do weddings?

Mariah: There’s one way to find out.

Tessa: Let’s make some calls.

Mariah: Okay.

Devon: So how’s dominic doing?

Abby: The same, but he will be on the road to recovery soon.

Devon: Yeah, I hope so.

Abby: How are you feeling after your bone marrow donation?

Devon: I’m feeling okay. I am. It’s a little sore where they harvested the cells, but I’m alright.

Chance: That’s good to hear.

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: Well, I am gonna go get dominic all bundled up. Be right back.

Devon: Alright.

Chance: Hey, thanks again for getting everything set up here, man. All the medical equipment, air filtration, around-the-clock nurse, I mean, it’s very kind of you.

Devon: Yeah, absolutely. I’d rather have him recover here at home than in a hospital, you know what I mean? Whatever can make his life easier right now.

Chance: Well, you know, it means a lot to us.

Devon: Don’t mention it.

Chance: We’re really grateful for you, man, really. You were able to give dominic life, and, well, now you helped save his life.

Devon: Well, I didn’t do anything that you and abby wouldn’t have done yourselves, you know that. And my bone marrow being a match to dominic, it was just the luck of the draw, man.

Phyllis: So I have been annoying everyone by showing them my pictures from milan of the two of us and you and harrison.

Summer: Okay, okay, enough small talk. You know why I’m calling you, and I’m hoping — oh, I’m hoping that you’re ready to accept my job offer and join us here in milan.

Phyllis: Um, listen, I want to thank you for offering me this job, and I’ve given it serious consideration.

Summer: But…you’re turning me down?

Phyllis: Yeah, baby, I’m turning you down. Listen, I thought about it long and hard, and I realized, to my surprise, that [Sighs] Genoa city’s home. It’s home. And I put down roots here. I can’t deny that. And I have the hotel, and I do have friends here. I actually do have friends. And it just — it wouldn’t feel right leaving right now.

Summer: Well, I won’t deny I’m disappointed.

Phyllis: I know. But I want to thank you for offering me the job. That was so amazing of you, and it would’ve been great living in milan and working alongside you, seeing you every day, but it’s just not right for me. At least not now in my life.

Summer: Well, thank you for explaining everything so clearly. It does make sense, what you’re saying. Um…but still, there’s just — there’s one question that I have to ask you.

Phyllis: You can ask me anything. Ask me anything.

Summer: Well, I noticed that you didn’t mention jack, so how much did he really factor into your decision? Entresto is the number one heart failure brand

Phyllis: I don’t know why you’re asking me this.

Summer: Well, we had some conversations about jack while you were here in milan, and kyle said that he had conversations with jack about you while he was here on business. So I can’t help wondering.

Phyllis: Okay, listen, you have the wrong idea. Okay? Jack and I are friends. We are just friends. And he’s amazing, yes. I mean, he helped me so much during the break-up with your father. Ugh, I believe in him, I trust him, and, oh, come on. Summer, I just went through a horrible break-up with your dad. You think I’m gonna jump into another relationship?

Summer: I didn’t mean to sound judgy. Okay, jack is a great guy. You have a history. And I know that you both really care about each other.

Phyllis: Yes, yes, we care about each other, but that’s it. I mean, I trust him, I believe in him, and…listen. You know, no matter how many times I screw up, jack always forgives me, you know that? Always forgives me. And no matter what happens to me, bad or good, do you know who I go to to tell? I go to jack.

Summer: Mom.

Phyllis: What?

Summer: Are you positive it isn’t love? Because sure sounds like it is.

Phyllis: [ Sighs ] Listen, missy. Jack is not the reason I turned down your job offer, and that’s the bottom line. Are you satisfied?

Summer: Okay, I will admit

[Sighs] I definitely got my hopes up about you moving here, but I know it’s a really big decision, so I understand why you’re staying put. We’re just gonna have to visit each other more often, I guess.

Phyllis: Definitely. You know what? Next time, you come here, ’cause I just went to you. But let’s wait until the spring, when it’s warm.

Summer: Agreed. Well, hey, I got to get going. It’s a really busy day over here, so I will talk to you again soon.

Phyllis: Definitely. I love you, supergirl.

Summer: I love you, too.

Sharon: Okay, so university of chicago and then northwestern and then we’ll head to indiana and check out notre dame.

Faith: In case I haven’t said this enough, thank you so much for doing this.

Sharon: You’re so welcome. And so you know, I’m really looking forward to making these trips, too. Special time with my girl — what could be more fun that that?

Faith: [ Chuckles ]

Sharon: And now I have my answer.

[ Chuckles ] Hi, moses.

Faith: I’ll pull together the info for the campus tours.

Sharon: Alright, as soon as i get it, I’m gonna make the travel plans. Moses, you want something to drink?

Moses: Yeah, hot cider?

Faith: Yum. Two, please.

Sharon: Coming up. Do you guys need a refill?

Nick: I’m good, thanks.

Noah: Yeah, I’ll take another hit.

Sharon: You got it.

Noah: Hey, mom, has faith talked to you about moses? Like, are they applying to the same schools or…?

Nick: That’s a good question. I’m very curious about that myself.

Sharon: Okay, she has mentioned that he’s mostly applying to schools in the northeast because that’s where his mom lives — new york.

Nick: Have you had the talk with her, you know, about how much her boyfriend should or shouldn’t factor into this very important decision?

Sharon: I haven’t felt the need to do that yet. Faith is applying to a lot of schools. She has no idea where she’s gonna be accepted, and who knows where things will be between her and moses months from now?

Faith: So are you gonna be visiting any campuses?

Moses: Yeah, my mom took me to a few when I was a sophomore, back when I was still thinking about med school.

Faith: So what’s your top choice?

Moses: Well, that may be changing. Since I’m thinking about doing career, hopefully with devon, I might stay local and go to gcu.

Faith: I think that might be the best choice for me, too.

Devon: Chance, how you doing, man? I know that you were struggling a bit before dominic got sick.

Chance: Yeah, I’m good. I’m great, yeah. Dominic’s my focus now, right?

Devon: Absolutely, yeah. He is. I imagine, though, that when he starts getting better, you’ll be able to focus a little more on your, you know, recovery and…

Chance: Sure, yeah, sure. Lot to look forward to.

Devon: Yeah. I remember after hilary and — and neil passed away, I…thought that I could get through it all on my own, and i didn’t want to listen to anybody’s advice around me. Um…and that worked out so well that I started having panic attacks. Which weren’t fun at all. You can ask abby about it. I had one at the opening of the grand phoenix. And after a while, I got so tired of feeling so worn down, that I reached out and I got the help that I needed. And it really worked for me. You know, it took a minute, but it was well worth it.

Chance: I’m glad you could turn things around. I’m hoping I can do the same.

Devon: Well, yeah, man, i know you can do the same, and the only reason I’m even bringing this up is just to remind you that you really got to — really got to go after the help. You can’t just sit back and wait for it to come to you. You know? It’s important that you take charge of what’s bothering you in life or it’s gonna take charge of you.

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Moses: I’m surprised you’d even consider gcu. I mean, you were all “go, blue” the last time we talked.

Faith: Well, my mom encouraged me that I put it on my list when we first started talking about colleges. She got her degree there, and I’m kind of in the same position as you, hoping to work for my family whenever I graduate, so maybe it is best that I stick around, too, and that way, I can do internships or walk part-time at newman while I’m taking classes.

Moses: Yeah, but the thing is, though…

Faith: What?

Moses: Look, if you get accepted into a big-name college and then turn it down, your family’s probably gonna think it’s because of me, which I bet they’re not gonna be too happy about.

Faith: Wouldn’t have anything to do with you. This is strictly about what’s best for me.

Moses: You can say that, but will they buy it?

Faith: [ Sighs ] It’s all hypothetical. I haven’t made any decisions yet. But practically speaking, it would save us time if we were in the same place, not always flying back and forth to see each other. I mean, best to spend that time studying, right?

Moses: Yeah, I’m not too sure your dad would agree with that plan, but you’ve sure convinced me.

Faith: [ Chuckles ]

Noah: The landscape architect I met with had some incredible ideas. In addition to a playground and a community garden, she also suggested —

Sharon: That’s my phone. I have to take this. Can you hold that thought?

Noah: Yeah.

Sharon: Okay. Hi. I was hoping to hear from you. Rey told me today’s the big day.

Chance: Yeah, yeah, we — we’re at the hospital right now. Dominic’s in the middle of the procedure as we speak.

Sharon: Any word so far?

Chance: Yeah, they say everything’s going well so far.

Sharon: Oh, good. Well, I’ll keep my fingers crossed.

Chance: Thank you. Thank you. We really appreciate that. Uh, so I’m actually calling because I was hoping that you could, um…refer me to a counselor.

Sharon: Well, yeah. I’d be happy to. A few people come to mind, but let me look into it and find out if they’re taking new clients, et cetera.

Chance: Well, thank you, sharon. I really appreciate that. Um, I guess we’ll update you when we get dominic home safe.

Sharon: Perfect.

Chance: We’ll talk to you soon.

Sharon: Thank you for making that call. I know it wasn’t easy for you.

Chance: Probably should’ve made it sooner, right?

Sharon: Well, this is when you were ready.

Devon: Hey, guys, look who i found.

Chance: Hey.

Abby: Hi.

Amanda: Hey. I realized I wasn’t gonna get any work done anyway. I hope you don’t mind.

Abby: Not at all.

Tessa: How is it that every wedding venue we were excited about is booked solid?

Mariah: It’s short notice, but we are not giving up, okay? We just have to think about places that nobody else would think of. So…the athletic club rooftop.

Tessa: In april? Brr.

Mariah: Well, that’s why nobody else would think about it, and devon could set out some heaters, you know, maybe open the pool a little bit early.

Tessa: I mean, it is a meaningful place for us. We had our first real date there.

Mariah: Okay, let’s keep it on the list.

Tessa: Okay. Well, I mean, that does make me think about the concert stage where we officially became teriah.

Mariah: A music festival.

Tessa: [ Gasps ] Ren faire.

Mariah: What does a renaissance faire have to do with our love for each other?

Tessa: Oh, nothing. We would just look really good in the costumes.

Mariah: Okay. Alright, we need to get to this, so here’s what we’re gonna do. We’re gonna think of fun and quirky wedding ideas, just stream-of-consciousness. Let’s do this.

Tessa: Um, a haunted house.

Mariah: Devon’s private jet.

Tessa: Murder mystery wedding.

Mariah: Oh, I like that idea. That would be really fun. Um, what about, like, a beach-front mexican cantina, you know, barefoot in the sand?

Tessa: Ooh, downtown chicago. It could be one of those skyscraper restaurants where you can see all the lights twinkling in the night.

Mariah: Okay. Uh…the art institute.

Tessa: [ Gasps ] The field museum! We could get married next to a dinosaur.

Mariah: Oh, those photos would be so awesome.

[ Sighs ]

Tessa: They’re probably booked, too.

Mariah: What about a mansion in lake geneva? We could do, like, a “great gatsby” theme.

Tessa: Damn it! All of these are really good ideas. Now we have too many.

Mariah: [ Sighs ] We need help. Alice loves the scent of gain so much,

Mariah: So now we’re on overload. You know, there’s just too many good wedding ideas.

Tessa: So we need a little help narrowing things down.

Sharon: Okay, what are your top three or four favorites ideas? Venues and themes.

Mariah: Okay, first idea, one of those big, fancy chicago museums. It’s not too far for people to travel.

Tessa: And we could charter some buses, maybe. It’s a little extravagant.

Mariah: Yeah, but you only get married once, so, you know, why not?

Tessa: And it’s the perfect in-between. It’s a destination, but it’s not super far away.

Mariah: Yeah. Okay, second idea, one of those murder mystery places. Okay? Everybody has fun and the venue takes care of everything.

Tessa: Just a little off the beaten path.

Mariah: And third idea — we throw together a mini music festival. And between devon and tessa’s connections, I mean, I really think we could pull together some outstanding acts.

Tessa: So what do you think?

Sharon: Well, I like the museum idea. I mean, you can’t go wrong with any of those. And like you said, you only live once.

Nick: I’m feeling the murder mystery thing. You know, it’s the perfect amount of quirky, it’s practical. They, like, set up the whole thing for you, right?

Mariah: Yeah.

Moses: If it were up to me, I’d say music festival all the way.

Faith: Yeah, I agree. It’s so you.

[ Both laugh ]

Tessa: Seriously?!

Nick: Whoa, what’s funny?

Mariah: You guys each picked different ideas. How does that help us at all?

Sharon: Well, it’s like you said, they’re all such good ideas. It’s hard to choose.

Mariah: [ Sighs ] Okay, noah, you’re our tiebreaker. What do you think?

Noah: Well, it seems pretty obvious to me what you should do.

Chance: Hey, everything squared?

Abby: Yes, I debriefed the nurse. Dominic is sleeping peacefully. You’d never know what he’s been through today. Just one little bandage.

Devon: Made it easy over the last couple days having so many distractions, you know? Between getting my bone marrow taken and setting up his nursery. I suppose all we can do now is just wait, right?

Chance: Guess so. Well, we will update you guys as much as possible, let you know how he’s doing.

Abby: Yeah.

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: What is it?

Devon: [ Sighs ] I… it’s — it’s just killing me to think about spending the night away from dominic. I just — I almost wish that I can —

Abby: Okay, wait. You’re not suggesting dom go to your place, are you? I mean, he’s all tucked in. He’s been through so much today. He’s comfortable here.

Devon: No, I know he is. I just —

Amanda: I think what you’re both trying to say is tonight, of all nights, neither one of you want to be separated from your baby.

Jack: Well, I’m glad things are going well across the pond.

Phyllis: Yeah, me too. Had to break it to her that I’m not taking the job in milan. It was hard.

Jack: I’m sure summer was disappointed.

Phyllis: [ Sighs ] She was. But she took it well. I’m very proud of her. She is so mature and level-headed. I don’t where she got that.

Jack: Well…[Chuckles] I have never said this to them — they’d take it the wrong way — but I have been dazzled at how well they have taken to parenthood. Every decision they make is based on the family. Harrison is thriving. It’s just all so gratifying.

Phyllis: Yeah, I know what you mean.

Jack: Listen, I got to get back to the office. Before I do, you said you had some information for me about that address you mentioned in the text.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, I have the screenshot right here. Let me see. Hao nguyen. Does that name mean something to you? You don’t get much time for yourself.

Devon: Yeah, I couldn’t have said that any better myself. Thank you.

Amanda: Of course. And for what it’s worth, i appreciate how you guys are approaching this. Everyone is coming from a place of love and respecting each other’s friendship.

Abby: Look, I understand why you would want to be close to dominic tonight, so why don’t you and amanda stay here tonight? Please, I mean, we have plenty of room.

Chance: That’s perfect. We have so much room. Please, you’re more than welcome.

Devon: I mean, that — that sounds great, yeah. We’ll take you up on that.

Abby: Excellent. That way, dominic will be surrounded by all of his parents.

Amanda: What a lucky little boy.

Faith: You’re going for the music festival — admit it. It’s hip, different.

Noah: Yeah, you’re right. Sounds fun and completely unexpected.

Sharon: Well, so is the museum idea.

Noah: I agree.

Nick: I mean, have you ever been to a murder mystery wedding? I haven’T.

Noah: I have not, but that sounds cool, too.

Tessa: Okay, so which one do you think we should do?

Noah: All of them.

Mariah: Three separate weddings? Yeah, no, we don’t have the budget for that.

Noah: That’s not what i meant. No, what I’m saying is combine all three ideas and any other ideas you may have. You know, make the theme “all of me,” like that old jazz standard, and then if you want to have music or a dinosaur or coney island hot dogs, you can. It’s all part of who you guys are and you accept each other wholeheartedly.

Mariah: Wow. He makes it sound so simple.

Tessa: Because it is. What matters isn’t where we get married or how it looks, it’s a celebration of us, which is wild and unpredictable and all-encompassing.

Mariah: Thank you, noah.

Noah: Any time.

Jack: Hao nguyen is a very common vietnamese name.

Phyllis: Oh, yeah, I know. There are quite a few in los angeles.

Jack: Were you able to discern which one of them owned the property?

Phyllis: No, I didn’t do that yet. Do you know somebody by that name? Because the look on your face when I said it…

Jack: My late wife luan was, uh — was vietnamese.

Phyllis: Oh, keemo’s mother.

Jack: Her maiden name was nguyen. Her father’s name was hao. But it can’t be the same person.

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