Young & The Restless Transcript
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Victor: DR. Hastings, my goodness. Nice to see you, man.
Nate: How are you?
Victor: I’m well. Are you meeting someone?
Nate: No, on my own.
Victor: Well, hell, sit down. Have a drink with me.
Nate: Will do.
Victor: Alright. I don’t think I’ve seen you ever since that wonderful wedding in tuscany.
Victor: And you were with a lady, elena.
Victor: How’s she doing?
Nate: She’s good. Thank you for asking.
Victor: You better hold onto her.
Nate: [ Chuckles ] I intend to.
Victor: You know, as stressful of a profession as you’re in, you need someone like that to come home to.
Nate: Well, I got news for you. She’s the kind of person you want in your life no matter what the job is.
Victor: [ Laughing ] Yeah. How are things at memorial?
Nate: They’re good. Uh, you know, victor, I think i find it fortuitous that I ran into you tonight.
Victor: Why is that?
Nate: Well, I am contemplating a pretty big change in my life, and I’m having trouble making a decision. You know, I can see both sides of the argument. But you may be the perfect person to help me nail down this big decision.
Victor: Well, why do you think I would be able to help you?
Nate: Well, if I do decide to make this change, your name’s gonna be on my paycheck.
Jack: Wait. You’re-you’re telling me that the address mentioned in those mysterious texts belongs to someone named hao nguyen.
Phyllis: Hao nguyen, yes. And from what you told me, that’s your ex-father-in-law’s —
Jack: No, no, no, that’s impossible.
Phyllis: Okay. I mean, it’s a very common last name, but…that’s quite a coincidence.
Jack: This doesn’t make any sense at all.
Phyllis: No. Hey, um, I thought you said that luan’s last name was something that started —
Jack: Volien. Luan volien. That was her married name from her first marriage. Now, her maiden name was nguyen.
Phyllis: Okay. So, why would it be so odd that your ex-father-in-law would be sending you messages to get you to come to los angeles?
Amanda: [ Sighs ] I am a nervous wreck, worried about this little boy upstairs. I mean, that was a complicated medical procedure that he had today.
[ Sighs ] How are you guys so calm?
Chance: Well, if it’s any consolation, I am a complete wreck inside. This peaceful exterior is just to keep this one relaxed.
Abby: And I am doing the same for chance’s benefit.
Amanda: I really admire you inviting us into your home like this. I want you guys to remember that this will not be the first event in dom’s life that you guys get to share together. There will be birthdays and playdates and holidays and little league games.
Devon: It feels great to imagine him making a full recovery and experiencing all those things.
Amanda: I really am humbled and touched by the bond that you guys share. And I know that it’s just gonna grow as dom gets older. You guys are coming together for the sake of your child, and I am proud of you. I am proud to know all of you. I’m sorry. I’m sorry that I got a little deep.
Abby: No. Thank you. That was beautiful.
Amanda: Okay. Well, now on to more important things… food. Who wants takeout?
Chance: Oh, me, please. Yeah.
Devon: I am pretty hungry, actually.
Abby: Okay, I’ll get the menus.
[ Sighs ]
Amanda: [ Sighs ] Better skin from your body wash?
Abby: And extra fortune cookies, please. Thank you.
Amanda: Extra fortune cookies?
Devon: Oh, yeah, that’s what abby likes to do. If she doesn’t like the first fortune, she’ll go and read all of them.
Abby: It’s a numbers game.
Devon: Hey. How’s dominic?
Chance: The nurse says everything looks normal.
Devon: Normal’s good.
Abby: After the past couple weeks, normal is great. But, please, I have one request. Can we not talk about bone-marrow transplants or medical procedures? I really need someone to distract me.
Amanda: Well, I have some good news. My sister imani and I will be working for lily at chancellor industries.
Chance: Oh, no way! Congrats. Welcome to the family business.
Amanda: Thank you.
Chance: They are lucky to have you.
Amanda: Have you ever considered joining the company?
Chance: No. No, the corporate life isn’t really for me. You know, I wanted to travel the world, fight the good fight.
Amanda: He’s a hero.
Chance: Yeah, I don’t know about all that.
Devon: Well, hey, man, I’m happy that you chose the career path you did, because you were the one that went after colin when he stole all my money. I know there’s a long list of people that you’ve also helped protect. So…
Nate: Ashland is not putting any pressure on me to make a change. I just feel like it’s one of those situations where there’s no point in lingering. If I do decide to leave medicine, I should make the change soon.
Victor: Yeah, I agree.
Nate: So, I was hoping you’d have some insight. You’re the man who put the newman in newman-locke. You must have advice one way or the other.
Victor: Now, let me ask you. Why would you leave medicine? It seems to have been your calling.
Nate: Things are different now… without being able to perform surgery. I spend the bulk of my time on administrative work. Ashland has made it clear that i can make a bigger impact — drive innovation in the medical field, maybe even help people on a global scale. Part of my job would be expanding askmdnow.
Victor: Oh, yeah. Well…
Nate: So, the question is, is it the right move for me?
Victor: Well, it certainly would be a good place to work. I mean, they would take good care of you. But what you should ask yourself is, would it be rewarding?
Nate: Ashland is certain it is.
Victor: Yeah. Well, [Chuckles] Ashland seems to be certain of a number of things, you know? By the way, what do you think about his…his condition?
Nate: He looks good.
Victor: I’m just stunned by the fact that only a few months ago, he was at death’s door.
Nate: I haven’t examined him, but he seems vital and healthy.
Victor: Yeah. I mean, that clinic in peru obviously has done miracles for him, you know? I-I thought it was wishful thinking, but obviously the treatment was very effective.
Nate: Yeah. I don’t know a lot about it, but I can’t disagree.
Victor: Wonder if he has thought of expanding the treatment of that, nate. You know, open up other places where people can enjoy what obviously was successful for him.
Nate: Michael baldwin asked me something similar.
Nate: I know he’s working for you now. So, is it a coincidence that you both are pursuing a similar line of questioning?
Jack: The person who sent those mysterious texts telling me to get to los angeles couldn’t possibly be my ex-father-in-law. I know this because that hao nguyen died before luan and I were ever married.
Phyllis: He’s dead? Okay, well, why did you do that? Why did you have me jump to a bunch of conclusions and bring me down this path?
Jack: I didn’t have you jump to anything, okay?
Phyllis: So, how is it that a person with the same name as your ex-father-in-law is sending you cryptic messages to come to L.A.?
Jack: The last e-mail I got from keemo, he told me he was going to change his name to nguyen in honor of his mother’s family.
Phyllis: Oh. You supported that.
Jack: Yeah. It seemed important to him. It seemed an appropriate gesture.
Phyllis: Okay. What if — just hear me out on this. What if this is keemo reaching out to you, get you to come down to L.A.?
Jack: No, no, no, I don’t think so.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, I mean, maybe he’s thinking, “hey, I want to have fun with my dad and send him some weird, creepy, mysterious messages”?
Jack: No, that does not sound like keemo.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, you’re on good terms, right?
Jack: Yeah. Yeah, I am.
Phyllis: Well, I know how to fix all of this. Why don’t we just call keemo? One by poise is our first pad
Victor: You know that I’m genuinely concerned about ashland’s health.
Nate: I’m sure you are.
Victor: He’s part of my family now. Married my daughter. You know, family means everything to me.
Nate: I didn’t mean to imply anything different. I just feel like this is about something else. You’re digging for something specific. Maybe it’s personal. Maybe it’s business. But I’m afraid I don’t have what you’re looking for. And even if I did, I wouldn’t share it with you. I’m not ashland’s physician, but privacy about medical information matters to me.
Victor: Now, nate, i certainly wouldn’t want you to violate your standard of ethics.
Nate: It’s not just that. Ashland’s a friend, and i wouldn’t want to betray his confidence.
Victor: Of course not. A friend remains loyal. And I respect loyalty above everything else. Cheers, old boy.
[ Glasses clink ]
Abby: Well, I may have over-ordered from hunan garden.
Devon: Oh, you did? Geez, look at all this stuff. Did you look at the menu and say, “give me two of everything”?
Abby: [ Laughs ] I was hungry when I ordered.
Amanda: Well, I haven’t eaten all day. So, I think you should have ordered three of everything.
Abby: [ Laughs ] So, what were you saying before the food got here? You were telling me something about a podcast?
Devon: Yeah, yeah. Lily and I are teaming up. So, chancellor and hamilton-winters are going to be producing socially relevant podcasts.
Abby: Wow, that’s amazing. I know neil would be really proud that you and lily were working together like that.
Chance: You know, I think katherine would be pleased, too.
Abby: [ Chuckles ]
Amanda: I really wish I got to meet all of these influences in your life.
Abby: You would have loved her.
Chance: Everybody did.
Abby: Yeah. She was so brassy and funny, and I don’t know. She was so tough. I remember this —
[ Dominic fusses ]
Devon: I’ll check on him.
Abby: Is dom okay?
Jack: No answer — not even voice mail.
Phyllis: Not even voice mail? Who doesn’t have voice mail?
Jack: This whole thing is so odd.
Phyllis: Well, whoever this person is, they want to remain anonymous. That’s for sure.
[ Sighs ] Why don’t we just call keemo?
Jack: I don’t have his number. He keeps moving. He keeps losing his phone. The number keeps changing.
Phyllis: I see.
Jack: So, that’s that. I don’t have time for this.
Traci: Don’t have time for what?
Phyllis: Back from the spa.
Traci: Yes. I love a good message, and I’m so relaxed now that I’m gonna sleep like a baby tonight.
[ Chuckles ] So, what don’t you have time for?
Jack: Uh, it’s nothing.
Traci: Well, I can see that it isn’t nothing. Come on. Tell me what’s going on.
Jack: [ Sighs ]
Phyllis: I’ll tell you. Somebody has been sending jack cryptic messages, trying to get him to come to los angeles.
Jack: They all say there’s something that I’m missing.
Traci: What could that be?
Phyllis: We’re not really sure, but we’re starting to think that keemo has something to do with it.
Traci: Keemo? What?! How would you come to that conclusion?
Phyllis: Because the address mentioned in the text, um, that place belongs to hao nguyen. And that’s keemo’s grandfather and luan’s father.
Traci: Well, what does keemo have to say about it?
Jack: I haven’t talked to keemo yet.
Traci: Okay. He’s the guy that would have all the answers to your questions. So, the logical step is to get him on the phone.
Jack: It’s not that simple.
Phyllis: Well, I even offered to find keemo’s number.
Traci: You don’t have keemo’s number?
Jack: No, I don’T.
Phyllis: I could get it in a second. I mean —
Jack: Just stop! Just stop, okay? Keemo is not reaching out to me. I haven’t talked to my son in years. He’s cut me completely out of his life. Super emma just about sleeps in her cape.
Traci: I-I thought you said that you just talked to keemo not long ago, that he was happy and healthy, and everything was going fine for him.
Jack: I know what I said. None of it was true. I lied. I’ve been lying for a long time.
Traci: I don’t understand. Jack, I-I know he had a problem with you because you kept luan’s illness a secret, but he forgave you, and you were getting along fine. Before he left town, you were just fine.
Jack: No, he reconciled with me out of respect for his mother. No sooner did he leave genoa city, he let me know very clearly he neither needed nor wanted me in his life. I tried for years to reach out to him, to bridge the gap, to somehow get him to change his mind. He wanted nothing to do with me. The last time I actually communicated with him, he told me, “don’t try to have a relationship with me. I’m done.”
Traci: Oh, jack. Oh, I am so, so sorry.
Jack: No, I’m sorry. I…I’ve been lying to everyone for years out of shame. And now of course I feel exponentially more shame. Just saying the words “my son wants nothing to do with me” causes more pain than you can imagine.
Phyllis: Uh, I-I can’t imagine what you’re going through. Now I understand why you didn’t want to reach out to him. But I’m sure you did everything in your power to reconnect with him.
Traci: I can’t imagine how difficult this has been for you, jack, but you cannot force keemo to change his mind.
Jack: Look — I regret lying about this, but it was so much easier than telling the world I’d essentially lost my son.
Traci: Okay. Okay, maybe these texts are keemo. Maybe he’s had a change of heart, and he’s reaching out to you.
Jack: No, no, I highly doubt that. No, if keemo wanted to make amends, he knows how to do that. He could reach me directly.
Traci: You can’t be sure of that, jack.
Phyllis: Yeah, maybe he’s ashamed of the way he acted —
Jack: Look, look. I hear what both of you are saying, and I appreciate what you’re trying to do. I don’t want to reopen this wound. I’m sorry.
Amanda: I don’t hear anything.
Chance: I was thinking i should probably go up there, but they got it, right?
Amanda: Yeah, yeah. I’m sure if there was trouble, or they needed us, we would have heard something.
Chance: Yeah, you’re probably right.
Amanda: Listen. I’m sure that this is not easy for you. And I’m not just talking about the transplant today, but sharing custody of dominic. I just — I really hope that you know devon is not trying to usurp your role in his life.
Chance: I do. I know he’s got dominic’s best interests at heart.
Amanda: He really does.
Chance: Yeah. This is all just uncharted territory.
Chance: For all of us.
Chance: We’ll figure it out as we go. As long as we lead with love, we’ll find our way.
Devon: He just needed a diaper change.
Amanda: Oh. Hey, what a relief.
Abby: He went right back to sleep. No medical issues — everything still looks good.
Devon: So, let’s eat.
Victor: Now, I hope i provided some clarity regarding your job.
Nate: You did.
Nate: Always good spending time with you, victor.
Victor: I’ll see you, nate.
Nate: Have a good night.
Victor: Thank you.
Nate: Hey, jack.
Jack: Hey, doc. On your way out?
Nate: Yeah. Time to go home. Meeting someone?
Jack: Uh, no. I’m here for a drink on my own.
Nate: Mm. Seems to be a lot of that going around. Talk to you soon, jack.
Jack: Take care. Well, look who’s here.
Victor: Well… if it isn’t jack. What’s the matter? You look like you could use a drink.
Jack: Am I really that transparent?
Victor: You usually are.
Jack: I take it you’re on your way out?
Victor: I am calling my driver as we speak to take me home.
Jack: Listen. If you have time for another, I’d like to ask you something. My treat.
Victor: What do you mean your treat? You’re buying?
Jack: That was the offer, yes.
Victor: Wait a minute! Jack abbott is buying victor newman a drink? Will miracles never cease? I’ll be damned. Alright, I would like another tequila, please.
Jack: Scotch, neat. Goal!
“The young and the restless”
will continue. Honestly, I thought I was getting my floors cleaned.
Phyllis: We got to do something to help jack.
Traci: I know. But, phyllis, all we can do right now is wait. We need to find out how he wants to proceed, and then we’ll help him from there.
Phyllis: I feel so bad just sitting here while he’s in so much pain.
Traci: I know. It’s so frustrating that he couldn’t be honest with us about the relationship with keemo. If we had known back then, maybe we could have helped him.
Phyllis: I don’t understand why keemo pushed him away. I mean, jack, of all people, he has the biggest heart. And everybody knows how important family is to him.
Traci: Maybe keemo just didn’t want to be a part of the abbott family… which is so sad because everybody did everything they could to make him feel welcome.
Phyllis: Yeah. You know, jack told me a few things about keemo. But I never knew about his relationship with the rest of the abbotts.
Traci: Well, he was very wary at first. And I can understand that. Here’s this young man who, all of a sudden, finds out he’s got a ton of relatives he never knew about.
Phyllis: Yeah, not just relatives — the abbotts.
Traci: [ Laughs ]
Phyllis: Of jabot cosmetics and all the family breakfasts and… it’s intimidating.
Traci: Well, as time went on, and his mother got more close to jack, he actually started accepting us a bit. He worked at jabot for a while.
Phyllis: Oh! So, he worked at jabot. Alright. So, then, he was part of the abbotts. I got it. Interesting. Probably felt that he hit the jackpot being jack’s son.
Traci: That’s what we all thought. But as soon as luan died, he made the decision to distance himself from us. I just thought it was grief, you know? I thought he needed some space to get back on his feet, recover, you know? But now we know something else was going on.
Phyllis: Mm. Well, whoever is giving these text messages to jack — if it’s some cruel prank, let me tell you something. I will find out who it is, I will hunt them down, and i will make their life miserable for the foreseeable future.
Traci: I have no doubt you will. There isn’t much you wouldn’t do to protect jack, is there?
Phyllis: That is true. I can’t believe that somebody would do this to him and cause him this much pain.
Traci: You know, I remember what a huge part of jack’s life luan always was. This must be really bringing up some horrible memories for him. Watching him lose her? It was just devastating, gut-wrenching.
Phyllis: Poor jack.
Traci: I always thought that luan was the most significant love of jack’s life.
Phyllis: Hmm. Well, he didn’t tell me much about her.
Traci: No, because it was too painful, too painful to even tell you. Tsk. They got together when they were young, and then fate tore them apart, and by some miracle decades later they found each other again. And that’s when jack learned that they shared a child — a child that had been raised apart from both of his parents.
Phyllis: You know, that’s another son that jack was deprived from raising from birth.
Traci: Yes. And then tragically luan found out she had a terminal illness, and their happiness was short-lived. But somehow jack found a way to go on. And now I see jack was able to find an even more intense love later on.
Victor: I must say this is very uncharacteristic.
Jack: What’s that?
Victor: Your sort of quiet demeanor. Normally, you would talk about business. I mean, not a word about newman-locke taking over newman media. That speaks volumes.
Jack: And what does it say?
Victor: Well, it says that you’re bothered by something personal.
Jack: You ever have any regrets? I mean, I know there are people out there that claim they can live a whole life without them, but I don’t know if that’s possible. It’s probably just empty boasts from people who are afraid to face the truth.
Victor: Well, I think only sociopaths have no regrets. Now, what kind of regrets do you have?
Jack: I have many.
Victor: I bet you one of them is about the many feuds you and I have had in the past.
Jack: Well, no. I don’t have any particular remorse for those interactions.
Victor: Really? Not even when you watched me die on the office floor?
Jack: Eh, I knew you were gonna be okay.
Victor: [ Chuckles ] That’s reassuring.
Jack: Nah, you did worse to me. But no, that isn’t it. Whatever battles we had were about business. No, this is a bit closer to home.
Victor: Ah. Like what?
Jack: Like being a father. You ever look back and wonder if the mistakes you made in the past could be fixed?
Abby: Alright, the leftovers have been put away.
Devon: Oh, good. Don’t let anybody touch the chow fun with the black-bean sauce because I want it for breakfast.
Amanda: And what about the fortune cookies?
Abby: Ooh, I left them in the kitchen. I’ll be right back.
[ Doorbell rings ] I’m not expecting anyone. Are you?
Chance: No. I’ll get it.
Devon: Yeah, I asked if someone would come by. I hope you don’t mind.
Nate: How you doing, chance?
Chance: Hey, man. Come on in.
Abby: Hi. Thank you so much for everything. I mean, the way you expedited everything at the hospital, you really were a lifesaver.
Nate: You’re welcome — anything for little dominic.
Chance: I’ll tell you. It’s really nice having someone we know and trust looking after us.
Devon: I appreciate you stopping by.
Nate: Yeah. How’s he doing?
Abby: Well, he’s sleeping.
Devon: Yeah, he is. He doesn’t seem to mind any of the monitoring equipment.
Nate: Good. Is the nurse upstairs with him?
Abby: She is.
Nate: Well, I’ll go upstairs and check on him, but first i want to make sure our other patient is doing okay. How are you feeling? Any issues?
Devon: No, I’m okay. I’m a little bit sore, but it’s nothing worth complaining about.
Nate: Good to hear. Well, I advise you and everyone else in this room to get some rest tonight. Taking care of a sick baby can be stressful and exhausting. Well, now I will head upstairs and see what’s going on.
Abby: Devon, I am so sorry. With everything going on, i completely forgot to ask you how you’re doing. How are you feeling?
Devon: No, I’m fine. Don’t be sorry at all. I did the easy part. So, the focus needs to be on dominic.
Abby: Hey, don’t downplay it. You made a huge contribution to dominic’s health. We owe you big-time — again.
Devon: No, you don’T. You guys don’t owe me anything. I’m happy to help.
Abby: Oh. Well, um, I forgot the fortune cookies. So, I’m gonna go grab those.
Amanda: I will help you.
Chance: No, she’s right, man. Thank you. I mean, you did it — again.
Devon: What I do?
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Devon: Listen. I really don’t deserve that much credit because the only reason i was able to give my bone marrow and you weren’t is simple biology. You know that.
Chance: Well, maybe it’s not so simple. I mean, look. It doesn’t matter how much you try to pretend that it’s not a big deal. What you did today, that was a generous and special thing that you did for our son.
Devon: Yeah, but you know I’m always gonna do anything that boy needs. And in no way does that diminish your role as his father.
Chance: Oh, no, I get it. I get it intellectually, but emotionally, man, it’s just — it’s harder to comprehend. I mean, it’s tough watching you react to him crying. I mean, you rush on your feet, and you get to him. I don’t know if that’s biology or what, or maybe that’s just a natural instinct I’ll never have.
Devon: I think never is a long time, chance. He’s not even a year old. He’s gonna live a long, amazing life, and it’s not all about biology. I met neil when I was a teenager, and he became the center of my world till he passed away. You have plenty of time. The love is there. The rest is gonna follow. I believe that with all my heart.
Traci: What bothers me most about this whole scenario is that jack has never been able to make peace with keemo. Grief is a powerful force. For this boy to have lost his mother after just finding her again and then turn his back on his father — I want to know what in the world is going through keemo’s mind.
Phyllis: Well, you know, that’s the difference between the two of us. You’re so lovely, and you want to empathize with everyone involved. I just care about the people I’m close to. And in this case it’s jack. He lost luan. He lost keemo. That’s so devastating. A lesser man would have cracked.
Traci: Oh, my brother is as tough as they come.
Phyllis: Oh, he’s amazing. He’s a rock… an incredible man. But this doesn’t answer the question, who is sending those texts?
Traci: And why, phyllis? Why?
Phyllis: Yeah, why? Well, I’m gonna do some digging. I’m gonna find out. I don’t think you know this about me, but I have, um, resources at my disposal for things like this.
Traci: Yes.& Yes, I’m sure you do.
[ Laughs ] But, phyllis, I think that we should keep this investigation on hold for the moment. I mean, look what we just learned. Maybe jack doesn’t want to know who’s sending those texts.
Victor: Look. As far as I know, fatherhood is fraught with opportunities to fail. And if I made decisions that were wrong, so be it. All my children are mature enough and wise enough to look beyond them.
Jack: And you have made mistakes.
Victor: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Did I say that?
Jack: [ Chuckles ]
Victor: Did I say I made mistakes? If you heard that, it’s the tequila talking. Okay? Of course I’ve made mistakes. Sometimes it’s caused such differences that I thought they were irreconcilable. But regrets are only good if they spur you on to new action.
Jack: You make a good point.
Victor: So, why are you concerned about having been a good father? I think you’re an excellent father. I mean, kyle is a wonderful man. You have raised him well under very difficult circumstances.
Jack: Kyle is everything i could want in a son.
Victor: Well, then, you should be proud.
Jack: I am. Kyle is not the problem.
Victor: Then, what is the problem?
Jack: Let’s just say that the past snuck up on me today and stabbed me in the chest.
Victor: Well, tell you what. You and I are men of action. We don’t sit on the sidelines. And sometimes those actions have a tendency to come back and to haunt you.
Jack: Yes, I suppose that’s true.
Victor: Yeah. And, you know, I don’t regret anything, really. It’s how you handle it. That is what counts.
Jack: It’s how you handle it. Thank you. That’s why I sought your counsel tonight. I think you have more experience with this.
Victor: Well, I got to be honest with you. I do not like to reminisce about my childhood. It was pretty awful. I taught myself to look forward, never backwards. What good does it do? But as much as we like to be done with certain parts of our past, our past is never done with us.
Jack: There is just no escaping it, is there?
Chance: And for you.
Abby: Thank you.
Nate: So, everything looks good. Dominic’s levels are normal.
Devon: That’s great.
Nate: We couldn’t ask for anything better.
Chance: That is so awesome to hear. Thank you again.
Nate: You’re welcome. Are those fortune cookies?
Abby: They are. Would you like one?
Nate: I would love one. Did you order from hunan garden?
Abby: You know it — best place in town.
Nate: Did you order the chow fun with black-bean sauce?
Devon: We did, yeah. Would you like some?
Amanda: Come on, devon. He did make a house call.
Devon: I know he did. I know. Be our guest.
Abby: The leftovers are in the fridge. Help yourself.
Nate: Thanks, cousin.
Nate: And don’t eat all those.
Abby: [ Laughs ]
Devon: Alright. “Serious trouble will pass you by.”
Amanda: Hmm, that’s good news.
Devon: That is good news. I’ll take that. Did you open yours, abby?
Abby: I’m too nervous. Chance, open it for me.
Chance: Oof. Okay. Let’s see. “A dream you share with others will come true.” Okay everyone,
Jack: Hey, “red.”
Phyllis: Hey. Well, um, traci had to leave, but she wanted me to tell you if I happened to see you again that she’s available to talk at any time.
Jack: Traci’s always there for me. Lately, you’ve really been there for me, too. Thank you for persuading me to open up about what’s going on. Thank you for trying to help me solve this damn puzzle.
Phyllis: Well, I am sorry that you had to keep this secret. I mean, I wish I would have known.
Jack: Quite honestly, I wish I’d have told you… a long time ago.
Phyllis: I could have helped you.
Jack: I know. But I’ve come to a decision on my own.
Phyllis: What’s that?
Jack: I can’t ignore these texts any longer. Someone wants me to go to los angeles. I don’t know who. I don’t know why. But I can’t walk away from this mystery. One way or the other, I’m gonna find out what’s going on.
Chance: [ Sighs ]
Abby: Nate did say we should all try to get some rest.
Devon: Yeah, the nurse said the same thing.
Abby: Well, I think it’s gonna be difficult, but we should try.
Amanda: I agree. I’m beat.
Devon: Get some of those baby monitors for us?
Chance: Yeah, I’ll get you one for the room.
Abby: And I’m sure if dominic makes a noise, we’ll hear him right away.
Devon: Alright. Let’s get some sleep.