Y&R Transcript Wednesday, July 13, 2022

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Lauren: Ooh! I can’t wait to be wowed by your latest designs. Do not keep you waiting another second.

Chelsea: Okay. Um… I don’t want to burst your bubble, but there aren’t any designs.

Lauren: [ Laughs ] Wait. Are you joking? But there are deadlines to be met. There are wheels in motion. Everyone is waiting for your designs for your line.

Chelsea: I’m sorry, truly, but I have to take a sabbatical from designing. I dove back in too deep, too fast. And I have to put my mental health before my job.

Billy: Whether it’s a business, a friendship, or a romantic relationship, to me, the key to a successful partnership is compromise and balance — supporting the other person while being honest about each other’s strengths and weaknesses. Now, let me be very clear. I’ve had a few partners who were not shy about pointing out my numerous flaws, and it’s not fun in the moment at all. But ultimately, I do believe that it is a good thing.

[ Button clicks ] What do you think?

Lily: I mean, I love it. I think it’s great.

Nate: Yeah. I won’t be bringing up elena’s weaknesses anytime soon.

Devon: Do you do that with lily?

Billy: No, of course not. Look at her — she’s perfect.

Lily: Hello.

Devon: Yeah. I love it. I really liked it. It’s a good episode. It had good energy, and it was funny.

Billy: Well, I’m glad you’re saying that, because there’s something else I want to play for you here. Elsea and I accidentally kept recording, and I want you to hear that.

Chelsea: Partnersp, huh? Well, you were talking about me.

Billy: No, I was not.

Chelsea: You clearly were.

Billy: Look, not everything is about you.

Chelsea: Oh, okay, okay. So now you’re criticizing me for being self-centered?

Billy: It’s not always easy inhe moment, is it? But you got to believe it’s a good thing.

Chelsea: Well, I’m not sure yet, because I’m still in the moment.

[ Button clicks ]

Nate: That’s just more evidence that honesty isn’t always the best policy.

Lily: No, I disagree. I think it’s crucial.

Devon: Well, I mean, it sparks debate. It does. But why did you — why’d you play us that last part?

Billy: I think there’s something there. The camaraderie, the back-and-forth, the give-and-take — that’s what engages with audiences.

Lily: Wait. Are you suggesting that you and chelsea do the podcast together?

Imani: Hi. Yes, this is imani benedict. I wanted to confirm a dinner reservation for tonight. For two. Great. Thank you.

[ Knock on door ] Oh. Hey.

Amanda: Hey, I missed you at the office, so I brought up some contracts that we really need to review. Oh, I’m sorry. Is this a bad time? Are you going out?

Imani: Oh, um, yeah, but not out out.

Amanda: Okay. What does that mean?

Imani: I’m going to a dinner. A work dinner, actually. Nate and I are meeting with sally spectra at society to discuss getting elena out of her newman contract.

Amanda: Huh. Well, this is the first time that I’m hearing about this. Did you take this upon yourself to set this up?

Nick: Kids were surprised I decided to come back to work here.

Victoria: In a good way, I hope.

Nick: Oh, yeah. Faith told me that as soon as she graduates college, she’s gonna be coming after my job.

Victoria: Well, you better work hard, because my niece is a very smart young lady.

Nick: I’m on notice. You run a tight ship.

Victoria: Seriously, though, I would love to have her here at newman terprises, but I think maybe the management trainee program might be a better place for her to start her career.

Nick: Yeah, that’s more like it.

Victoria: But I like it very much that she’s interested in the family business. I’d love to see the next generation getting involved and coming up through the ranks. If I’ve learned anything this past year it’s that the leadership of this company needs to stay in newman hands.

Nick: Well, with ashland gone, it’s a new era.

Victoria: Yes. And I don’t think we ever have to worry about him being in the position where he can attack the business again. His credibility is shot.

Nick: Did you hear the podcast exposing ashland for lying about having cancer?

Victoria: I have.

Nick: The grinning soul really went after the jugular.

Victoria: In my opinion, they didn’t go far enough.

Nick: I’m concerned about how ashland is going to react. You know, if he hasn’t heard the podcast yet, he certainly will. And I’m sure he’s going to think you’re responsible.

Victoria: I’m not really worried about that nicholas. He’s ruined. And the more that story gets out there, the more the whole world is gonna know what a lying monster he really is.

Nick: You don’t think you can bounce back from this?

Victoria: No, he’s dead in the business world — and to anyone with any scruples.

Nick: If I were you, I wouldn’t be so cavalier about it. Ashland is not the kind of person who’s just gonna fade out of the picture.

Victoria: Nicholas, why are you still so worried about him?

Nick: Dad thinks ashland is discreetly making his way back to genoa city.

Billy: The man lied about having cancer to his own family, to his wife, to his young son. Ashland locke let his son believe that he was going to die. And for what? A business deal.

[ Knock on door ]

Adam: Open it up, ashland.

Ashland: How did you find me?

Adam: Well, give me a little credit. I may be going to war with victor, but I’m still my father’s son.

Ashland: Meaning you know how to get things done.

Adam: Look, you may be wanting to keep a low profile, but you’re not gonna be able to hide in genoa city for long. My father will soon find out where you are, if he hasn’t already.

Ashland: What do you want?

Adam: Well, the question on everyone’s mind is, what do you want?

Sally: New developments here. Call me. Mr. Newman.

Victor: Ms. Spectra, please have a seat.

Sally: What brings you by?

Victor: You and I need to clear up a few things. Well, now, let me see this. Hmm. (Denise) my husband has lung cancer

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Nick: Dad has michael baldwin keeping close tabs on ashland. He found out that ashland booked a charter out of new york into chicago just after you walked out on him.

Victoria: Dad already told me. Ashland is free to go wherever he wants. If he wants to slither back into town, I don’t care. There’s nothing that ashland can do to hurt me again.

Nick: I wouldn’t be so sure about that. You should have a security detail just in case.

Ashland: You already asked me why I was back in town when we ran into each other at the coffee house.

Adam: Well, I feel like i didn’t get the real answer, ’cause there’s no way you came back to town just to get your belongings from victoria’s place. You could have sent for someone to do that. And you still have a restraining order against you regarding harrison.

Ashland: Which is completely unjust, thanks to your father’s vendetta against me.

Adam: Mm-hmm. He is relentless about going after his enemies. So you would be a fool to break that. So I expect you are back for payback, which you alluded to during our last encounter.

Ashland: You’re making an awful lot of assumptions.

Adam: I also don’t think it was a coincidence we ran into each other. I think you sought me out.

Ashland: Really? At crimson lights. I mean, how on earth could I possibly have known the moment that you would decide to get a cup of coffee?

Adam: Oh, I’m sure you have your ways, just like I have mine.

Ashland: And why the hell would I want to spend any time with you?

Adam: Because you wanted to let me know that we were of like minds when it comes to victoria. And I have to say, after our chat, I was a little intrigued.

Ashland: Oh, so you’re after something similar, as I suspected. You must still be smarting from the humiliation of losing that ceo position so quickly before you even had a chance to close a deal or — or file a quarterly report.

Adam: You know, before i knocked on that door, I could have swore I heard you listening to the grinning soul podcast. I mean, that probably upped your wrath a few notches.

Ashland: Yeah, I’m pretty sure victoria was behind that.

Adam: Yeah, that’s probably a good guess.

Ashland: You still haven’t answered my question. Why do you care so much about what I’m feeling? And don’t tell me it’s because you want to protect your sister. I highly doubt that’s the case.

Adam: Okay. Seems like we’re being candid here, so I will be straight with you. I hated what you did to my family back when I cared about being part of my family. And since then, they have made it crystal clear that I am dispensable, and I’m sick and tired of being pushed aside and used. So I’m finally done with every single one of them.

Victor: You know what my son is planning as his next move?

Sally: I don’T.

Victor: I suggest you not lie to me.

Sally: Mr. Newman, I am not lying.

Victor: Are you aware that i asked him to stay on at the helm of newman media?

Sally: Yes.

Victor: Are you also aware that he turned me down?

Sally: He filled me in on that development.

Victor: You know, of course, that he and I created newman media and that he made it the entity it is now, a force to be reckoned with. You know that, no?

Sally: Yes.

Victor: And are you also aware that, of course, you have no experience in this field at all? None. Nothing in your background suggests that you know what you’re doing.

Sally: With all due respect, lots of people make career jumps. The truth is, the skill set it takes to be successful in fashion and run a fashion house, which I’ve done, is translatable. I’m the ceo of newman media not because I’m adam’s girlfriend but because he believed in my talent and my ability. And I am willing to prove that to you and anyone else that has doubts.

Victor: You want to prove yourself to me? You convince adam to return to his rightful position as ceo of this company. How did olay top expensive creams?

Chelsea: I wasn emotionally or psychologically ready to start designing again. And I think it’s catching up with me.

Lauren: And where’s chloe in all this?

Chelsea: We’re dissolving our partnership. Lauren, it was my idea, so it was very important to me. I wanted to be the one to tell you.

Lauren: Well, I don’t want to seem harsh or uncaring, and I’m sorry that you’re struggling. But I took a chance on you, despite our past differences. And fenmore’s has been awaiting your full winter line in the next couple weeks.

Chelsea: I know. And I hate that I couldn’t live up to my end of the bargain. Trust me, I hate it. But I do have a solution pending. I have a designer friend in new york. He’s willing to step in for me and finish the winter line.

Lauren: Who?

Chelsea: Mark paulsen.

Lauren: Oh. Yeah, I — I know him. I guess that could work, not that you’re giving me much choice.

Lauren: Your permission pending, I have caught him up to speed. He knows everything about the line, and he’d be able to step in for me. I think he’d be able to do a really good job.

Lauren: Well, I guess we can try it. And I hope this transition is as easy as you’re making it sound.

Chelsea: I really think it will be.

Lauren: Well. I know you’re doing this for your emotional well-being, and that’s something that I would always support.

Chelsea: Thank you.

Lauren: Is there anything I can do for you?

Chelsea: Thank you. I really appreciate the offer, but — [ Breathes deeply ] — This time, I think I have to learn to heal by myself.

Lily: Wait. I thought chelsea was gonna give off-camera feedback. Now she wants to be on-air talent?

Billy: Well, I haven’t run it by her yet. I wanted to touch base with everyone here, but I think that there’s something there. And, you know, that was us not trying. I’m hoping that if we actually tried, it would be even better.

Devon: Well, I’d like to hear specifics on how you think it would work.

Billy: Okay. In my estimation, I think it’s still my podcast, but I have someone there to hold me accountable, you know? To call me out on my stuff. And the truth is, chelsea and i have both messed up in life, but it’s made us resilient, and we bounce back. And, you know, I think we can keep it fun. We can keep it light and not so dour.

Lily: Oh, god, I’m never gonna live that down.

Billy: No, it’s a good thing. I think it’s a good thing because, you know, the truth is, it was hard to hear, but there’s a problem, and now I’m trying to solve it.

Devon: What did she say? Did she say your podcast was depressing?

Billy: Oh, yeah. In not so many words.

Devon: Well, thank god.

Lily: Oh, “thank god” — you hear that? See?

Billy: What?

Lily: See?

Nate: I’m glad someone finally said it.

Billy: E you kidding me? Why would you guys not say anything? Okay, look, forget that. It’s not easy to hear in the moment, but it’s a good thing. That’s what I’m sticking with.

Devon: It is. No, it really is. I like this chelsea ea.

Nate: Podcasts with multiple hosts usually outperform podcasts with single hosts.

Billy: There you go.

Nate: What do you think, lily?

Lily: I mean, I think it’s interesting. I guess let’s, uh, give it a trial run.

Billy: Okay, good. I think that’s good. Now I just have to try and convince my partner. My co-host.

Lily: [ Chuckles ]

Imani: I meant to tell you, but it just happened so quickly. Nate asked if I could help to bring elena on board at chancellor-winters, and it was your turn to visit mom at the time. I didn’t think it was a big enough deal to bother you.

Amanda: Okay. Well, I don’t have any plans tonight, so why don’t I join you?

Imani: Oh, that’s really not necessary. It’ll be a no-brainer thing. I think nate will do most, if not all, the talking with sally, and I’ll just take a back seat

it doesn’t feel like we’re ganging up on her. I’ll really just be there to point out any potential legal ramifications. Seriously, not a big deal.

Amanda: Are we really back to this?

Imani: Back to what?

Amanda: Back to you, finding every excuse to spend time with nate, especially when elena’s out of town.

Adam: Well, I guess we’re in a similar boat after all. I mean, we may not have gotten there the same way, but I know far too well the frustration that you’re feeling. I know what it’s like to be pushed aside. Not good enough for the newmans. I mean, victoria told you in no uncertain terms that she will never forgive you. I know how much that must hurt.

Ashland: You have no idea what I’m feeling.

Adam: Hey, come on. You got to give me a little credit. I actually believed you loved my sister, which makes me the only person on the planet that believes you actually felt remorse. I mean, in your own way, but what did it get you? Your remorse got you nothing, like me and my family loyalty got me nothing. Because my family holds themself to one standard and us another.

Ashland: They’re a bunch of hypocrites.

Adam: So?

Ashland: So… you do want the same thing I do.

Adam: To see our enemies taken down? Where do we start?

Victoria: Look, nicholas, I really do appreciate your concern for my well-being, but you do understand that dad has that under control, don’t you?

Nick: Of course he does.

Victoria: In fact, I think I saw two guys from his private security team following me earlier.

Nick: Well, it might seem creepy to you, but it’s actually a huge relief to me.

Victoria: I really don’t know how it makes me feel other than I’m tired of thinking of ashland. So can we please move on? Now that you’re back at newman enterprises, the two of us, along with mom and dad, we’re gonna accomplish some amazing things. To that end, I would really like to concentrate more on our streaming platforms. Oh, and folding chanccomm into newman media in a more cohesive way. Sally and adam kind of left too many aspects of that up in the air.

Nick: Yeah, I’ll put that at the top of the agenda.

Victoria: Good. But I think we also need to take a proactive measure, and now that adam has chosen to move on, I think it’s time that ms. Spectra follows suit.

Nick: You want to fire sally? This is john.

Victoria: Firing sally is a perfectly reasonable option. She was never qualified to be coo, and now we want to trust her to run newman media all on her own? And on top of her lack of experience, she’s proven from her past actions that she can’t be trusted.

Nick: I can understand why you want to let sally go. But I don’t know. So soon after adam’s unceremonious exit, it might be a harsh one-two punch.

Victoria: I’ll offer her an impressive severance package to cushion the blow. Look, nicholas, to be frank with you, I want to surround myself with people that I can rely on, people that are loyal to me. And sally and adam do not fit that description. I know dad is still holding out hope that adam will stay on board, but I have decided that no matter what adam chooses to do, I do not want him here at newman.

Nick: Well, I don’t disagree with you on the trust factor. How about this? Why don’t I go to sally? Kind of feel her out. You know, get some reconnaissance about our brother. See if he is really, truly walking away, because then you won’t have to step in unless necessary.

Victoria: That would be very helpful and savvy. Thank you. I’m glad we’re on the same team working together.

Nick: Me too.

Sally: Mr. Newman, adam chose to walk away. Why can’t you accept his decision?

Victor: Ms. Spectra… I know you have influence over my son, okay? So you convince him to come back here and assume his proper role as ceo of newman media. Okay?

Sally: I have a feeling this is something I shouldn’t refuse?

Victor: You have a nice day.

Sally: Adam, it’s me. I just had a visit from your father.

[ Sighs ] Call me back. We need to tk.Al

Ashland: I get that you’re angry at your family, but are you really ready to commit to this?

Adam: I want them to be sorry the way that they turned their backs on me. I want them to regret the way that they’ve treated me. So the easiest way for me to achieve that is for you and I to help each other. Because I have something that you need. Someone who understands the newman mindset. Somebody that is on the inside.

Ashland: But you’re not on the inside. You said so yourself. You’re dispensable. So how could you possibly help me if you’ve been pushed out?

Adam: Because I know how the family operates. Years of combat has taught me how to wound them. You see, I know the pressure points to work on my father and my sister. So you can do whatever you want with that information. But if you’re smart, you will use it to take down victoria and hurt my father. So if that’s your plan, I’m in 100%. Meet febreze’s miracle spray: Febreze fabric refresher.

“The young and the restless”

will continue.

Imani: Enough, amanda. You actually think that I would put the moves on nate in the middle of an important business dinner with the head of a rival company? That is crazy. So please stop telling me how to behave and trying to control me.

Amanda: That is not what I am doing.

Imani: Maybe you’re trying to make up for the years you lost being a big sister, but I’m telling you, this is not the way to do it.

[ Cellphone chimes ]

Amanda: Is everything okay?

Imani: It’s from my dad. It’s about mom.

Amanda: What happened?

Imani: She had a minor seizure and she wants to see you. You should go, okay? Go tonight.

Amanda: No, no, I just — I just got back. You should go, if you —

Imani: Amanda, she’s asking for you.

Lily: Okay. So I think we should go over the budgets for each division this week, and then I will work on the chancellor side.

Devon: Okay. Nate and I will get our numbers together.

Nate: I will jump into it tomorrow morning. I’ve got to run to a dinner meeting with imani and sally spectra in a few. Hopefully we’ll be able to get elena a release from her newman media contract.

Devon: Good, good. Before we take off, though, i want to bring up one more thing. Lily, do you think that it’s the best idea for billy to be focusing on these podcasts when our newly merged company is just finding its footing?

Lily: I thought you were on board with billy’s ideas.

Devon: Yeah, no, I am on board. But he rushed out of here before the meeting was over, and I’m worried about how much energy it’s taking up and what it’s taking away from.

Nate: He was just excited. That’s what makes the podcast worth listening to.

Devon: Yeah, it’s — it’s not his enthusiasm that’s a problem. I’m glad that he has that because we need content since we promised to release dozens of new series. I just don’t want the podcast to get in the way of him being your coo.

Lily: I mean, I don’t — i don’t think that they are. Actually, today’s episode set record numbers.

Devon: I don’t think that’s accurate.

Lily: Well, not that podcast, his other podcast. Now that we’ve merged companies, you’re gonna find out soon enough, so I’ll just tell you. Billy is “the grinning soul.”

Devon: So the attack on ashland that’s getting all that traction is billy?

Lily: Yeah. So I’d actually argue that he’s doing as much as we are to contribute to the success of chancellor-winters.

Lauren: Oh, hey, billy. I heard your latest podcast.

Billy: Oh, okay. Well, just before you finish that thought, let me just tell you that I’m working on a few things. It’s a work-in-progress, you know, always evolving.

Lauren: Aren’t we all, honey?

Billy: Yeah.

Lauren: Nice to see you.

Billy: Good to see you, too. Hi. Thank you so much for sticking around. I hope this is okay.

Chelsea: What’s up? Ready to try out another podcast on me?

Billy: Well, funny you should say that, because I want to run something by you.

Chelsea: I’m all ears.

Billy: Okay, so you know yesterday how we ended up continuing recording the podcast? Accidentally, of course. Well, it was so interesting to me that I ran it by the powers-that-be at chancellor-winters.

Chelsea: I don’t remember what I said. Did I step on some toes?

Billy: Well, you did, but they were mine and it was entertaining. And so this is what I’m thinking. You are at a crossroads in your life, and my self-help podcast needs a little self-help. So I’m wondering if there’s an intersection where those two worlds can come together.

Chelsea: What are you saying?

Billy: What do you think about becoming my co-host?

Adam: So does it feel good? You know, stepping in to replace me? Coming back to the corporate world you supposedly hated?

Nick: Believe it or not, adam, my career change has got nothing to do with you. But it was your choice, right? Unless you’re having second thoughts about that.

Adam: I’m more interested in why you’re here. You are not looking for me, obviously. Do you have some business with sally? Is there a problem? Because if there is, I would really like to know because I care about sally and this job means the world to her.

Nick: I have a feeling if you don’t come back to newman media, vick’s gonna fire sally. After years on the battlefield

Victoria: Thank you, robin. I appreciate you making the changes. I’m signing off on it right now. Okay. Thank you.

Victor: Well, now, I, for one, am not going to get tired of watching you work any time soon.

Victoria: Well, I have to say, it feels good. Feels like I picked up right where I left off. And you don’t have to worry. Newman is in good hands.

Victor: I know.

Victoria: I’ve already made some very important decisions, and I am hoping to set everything right again, starting with sally spectra. She needs to go.

Victor: Oh, well, not so fast, okay? I think she is essential for a while.

Look, I know victoria would not like me back at the company in any capacity, but it’s really — it’s not fair to fire sally just because she is romantically involved with me.

Nick: Vick doesn’t feel like she’s the right fit for the job.

Adam: Despite the stellar work that she’s been doing?

Nick: Adam, I don’t know anything about her track record, but I’ll bet you, youif came back to newman media, nobody would have a problem if sally slid right back into her coo role.

Adam: Okay, well — well, i would have a problem with it.

Nick: Would it be that awful to work with the family?

Adam: [ Sighs ] Look, I have a thought. What if I come back to the company as coo of newman media? That way, sally can stay where she is.

Nick: Won’t fly with vick. She wants someone more experienced.

Adam: Hmm. And who isn’t sleeping with me.

Nick: She didn’t say that.

Adam: Yeah, but we both know that is the issue for her. Look, before you say anything to sally, will you just let me talk to victoria first? Will you just give me that?

Nick: Alright, adam, done. I’ll make sure nobody talks to sally until the morning.

Sally: I thought I heard you out there. Who were you talking to?

Devon: Well, I can’t argue with the metrics of “the grinning soul.”

Lily: Yeah, I mean, the ashland locke episode’s on track to be our biggest one yet.

Devon: Oh.

Amanda: Hi. I’m so glad that you’re still here.

Lily: Oh, speaking of which, thank you so much for clearing up all those legal issues of the ashland episode.

Amanda: Yeah, that — that was not a problem, but that’s not why I’m here.

Devon: What’s wrong? Did something happen?

Amanda: My mom just had a seizure, and I need to go. I need to just be there.

L my — I’m so sryry. Yeah, whatever you need. Honestly, we’ll hold it down here. Take as much time as you want.

Amanda: Okay, thank you. I really appreciate that.

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Amanda: Okay.

Devon: Alright? I’ll see you.

Lily: Okay.

Devon: Hey.

Amanda: Hey.

Devon: Come here.

Amanda: [ Shs ] S s s s s s

Devon: You okay?

Amanda: I will be, thanks to this hug.

Devon: Listen, I want to be a bigger help than just this, so I’m gonna go with you to see naya.

Amanda: Really?

Devon: Absolutely.

Amanda: Oh.

Nate: Hey.

Imani: Oh, hey.

Nate: Well, it looks like we beat sally here, which is probably a good thing. It’ll give us a minute to go over our approach.

Imani: Don’t think we’ll need that minute. I just got a message from sally that she had to reschedule our meeting.

Nate: What?

Imani: Mm-hmm.

Nate: [ Sighs ] Well, that’s too bad. I was really hoping we could get the ball rolling to free up elena by the time she gets back from her conference.

Imani: Well, I’m afraid the battle’s not over yet, but I am still determined to make this happen for you.

Nate: Thank you.

Imani: Mm-hmm.

Nate: Well, I guess I’ll order some takeout and you can have your night back to yourself.

Imani: Um, actually, is there any way you could stay tonight? I could really use someone to talk to.

Billy: You were right a few days ago when you pointed out how you could potentially help my podcast, because you do know the different sides of me and you are not afraid to tell me what you think.

Chelsea: So my lack of diplomacy makes you think I should work with you?

Billy: Well, not exactly, but yes. Look, something happened when we kept recording yesterday. Ere was a little piece of magic in there. It was free, it was easy. And we do have a connection. And I think together we can find the right tone for a fantastic podcast. And we can bring guests on. We can talk about entertainment. We can give advice. We can still dig deep on the things that matter, but it just won’t be as boring for the audience.

Chelsea: Are you done?

Billy: Yeah, I’m done. What do you think?

Chelsea: I think it would be genuinely healing and a whole lot of fun.

Imani: The seizure was relatively minor, but still upsetting. Amanda’s going to be with our mom.

Nate: Usually the after-effects of a seizure like that are manageable.

Imani: Really? You’re not just saying that to make me feel better?

Nate: No, I wouldn’t give you any false hope. From everything you and amanda have told me, she is getting the best care possible. And I’m sure having family around helps with her mental state.

Imani: Yeah, I think so. Thank you for being so encouraging. I’d be lying if I said this was easy. The toughest part is that when my mom was finally able to say something well enough to be understood, it was amanda’s name. I know I shouldn’t care about something like that right now, but I… I just feel so conflicted.

Nate: No, it’s perfectly normal and human to have those feelings. Listen, I’m glad you talked to me about this. It’s times like this you need to lean on your friends.

Adam: I was just saying goodbye to an employee that already heard that I was leaving. But more importantly, how are you? What happened with dad?

Sally: Victor wants me to convince you to come back to newman media as ceo. And he implied that my days are numbered if I don’t comply. Victor did say that he had no problem with me staying on as coo, so I don’t know, maybe he does care about your well-being.

Adam: Yeah, well, I wish that were true, but this is nothing more than just a game on my father’s behalf, okay? And now he’s dragging you into it. My father’s problem is I’m not playing anymore. And he has made it perfectly clear where I stand in the family hierarchy, that I’m just a tool for nick and victoria to keep them in line. And I am sick of it. You’re not going anywhere. You’re not leaving newman media. I’m gonna take care of everything.

Sally: How are you gonna do that?

Adam: You don’t want to know.

Victoria: You do not expect me to believe that sally spectra is crucial to this company. Come on, daddy. I know better than that. Besides, I thought you said that I get to decide what happens with her.

Victor: I’m having second thoughts about her. Sally spectra could possibly lure adam back to running newman media.

Victoria: Well, I wouldn’t pin my hopes on adam coming back. He’s made his position very clear. You saw the anger in his eyes. Why do we not make a clean sweep and put someone new and fresh in that division?

Ashland: Oh, good. You’re both here. I have some things I have to say.

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