Young & The Restless Transcript
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Nick: I mean, it’s like chance and I are playing this dangerous game of cat and mouse.
Nikki: Well, his real prey is your father.
Nick: Well, vick and I are stonewalling him. That doesn’t feel great, either. Chance is family. He’s a good guy. He’s got a lot of integrity. And we’re looking him in the eye and lying to his face about what we know.
Nikki: Alright, look, what victor did does not change the truth of what happened that night. Ashland was out of control. You were just trying to protect your sister. You didn’t do anything wrong.
Nick: I had nothing to hide until dad took matters into his own hands. I mean, he won’t even talk about my concerns about where this is possibly heading.
Nikki: Well, he is confident that the police will not be able to find anything that proves that the accident was staged.
Nick: It’s not that simple, mom. Now we’re all complicit. And the longer this drags out, I’m telling you, it could potentially harm the two things that dad cares most about — this family and the company. I can understand why dad did what he did, but he wasn’t there. He has no idea what went down with me and vick and ashland.
Nikki: Well, that’s true. He wasn’T.
Nick: He sees this dead body, he can only guess how he dies. For him to jump to this elaborate hoax, this cover-up, without talking to us first, is a huge mistake. And I’m telling you, dad is gonna get hurt by this.
Victor: I will not have that discussion with you again.
Kevin: Thanks for meeting up.
Chance: What’s up?
Kevin: It’s about ashland’s car wreck. I’m trying to prove your theory it was staged by victor’s security team with the man’s corpse inside.
Chance: Well, the evidence we have is circumstantial.
Kevin: I’ve got something new to show you. It’s a game changer.
Mariah: Hey! [ Laughs ]
Sharon: Hey. Oh, my god. Did you guys buy out every store in genoa city?
Faith: Yeah, and the outlet mall and lake geneva.
[ Both laugh ] All essentials, though.
Sharon: But your dorm room is so small.
Mariah: Oh, never fear. We will make it work. Although we might need the help of an engineering major.
[ Laughs ] Okay, okay.
Tessa: Just kidding. I can talk…just a little.
Mariah: Babe, you got the all-clear from your doctor? That’s amazing.
Phyllis: Ah, that was incredible. I love everything I ate.
Summer: Me too. That key lime tart was killer.
Summer: Plus, we got a ton accomplished.
Phyllis: Yes. Oh, my gosh. Thank you for that, boss.
Summer: Oh, my god. Do not call me that.
Phyllis: Oh, sorry, boss. Oh, my gosh. That’s gonna take some work.
Summer: No. Stop.
[ Chuckles ] Wait, what are you — what do you think you’re doing?
Phyllis: Paying the check.
Summer: Hand it over. This one’s going on my expense account.
Phyllis: Are you sure?
Summer: It’s my new head of marchetti home’s first official day. I think the company can spring for lunch.
Phyllis: Okay. Thank you. That’s very sweet.
Summer: So, on the agenda for today, we’re going to go over to H.R., Get your contract signed. Then I’ll show you your new office, let you get settled in and acclimated to the routine.
Phyllis: Great. I’m so glad this day is finally here.
Summer: Me, too.
Phyllis: Yeah. Yeah. Thanks for bringing me up to speed on everything. I intend to make an impact right out of the gate.
Summer: Well, knowledge is power, and I want you to flourish in this job.
Phyllis: I want to, as well, sweetie. I can call you sweetie, right?
Summer: Mm…only at lunch.
Phyllis: Okay, good. Duly noted.
Summer: As I was saying, mom, I want you to succeed, which is why I’m going to remind you of the single most important policy on which your future at marchetti depends. Stay away from diane.
Diane: Wow, harrison, that’s beautiful!
Jack: Great skyscraper!
Diane: No, no, it’s a — it’s a castle. Can’t you tell?
Jack: Castle. It’s a beautiful castle! I stand corrected.
Diane: You brought enough toys for our grandson to build an entire kingdom.
Jack: That’s so he can do whatever he wants to do here.
Diane: Yeah, I think at this age, it’s important to encourage creative play. Notice how he’s having so much fun with the sand and the sticks and the leaves. But you can get a good workout in getting all those toys back to your car.
Jack: Yeah, I guess I can. What’s — what’s he got now? I’m gonna go check this out.
Diane: Yeah, I’ll just — I’ll just wait here.
Kyle: What’s that look on your face about?
Diane: [ Sighs ] For people who are a little intense about hydration.
[ Knock on door ]
Abby: Hi. Is this a bad time?
Victoria: No, of course not. Come in.
Abby: Thank you.
Victoria: Oh, I missed you.
Abby: I missed you. For you.
Victoria: What’s this?
Abby: Just a little care package from society, some of your favorite soups and salads.
Victoria: Oh, my goodness. That is so sweet of you, abby.
Abby: Well, I know you’re staying at dad’s and he has a fabulous chef, but…
Victoria: No, this will be wonderful for when I’m here, stuck behind my desk eating lunch, which happens to be almost every day lately. Thank you so much for thinking of me.
Abby: Well, you know, I do think of you all the time. I mean, I worry about my big sister.
Victoria: I’m so sorry that I’ve been so overwhelmed the times that you’ve called and that I wasn’t there when you dropped by the ranch.
Abby: Stop. There’s no need to apologize. I just — I wanted to see you in person and make sure that you’re really okay.
Victoria: I’m — I’m hanging in. Well, now that the kids are home for what’s left of summer, I’ve just been focused on them. And school is gonna be starting soon, so…
Abby: Victoria, stop. Look, I know that you’re putting your kids’ well-being and needs first and you have all of that handled. I want to know how — how you’re doing.
Victoria: With ashland gone, I feel like I can — I can breathe again and that I’m not waiting to see what new lie will surface and what he’ll contrive to cover that lie and how he’ll retaliate against me or my loved ones. And I’ve had that hanging over my head for a long time. If there were any decency in that man, I might have mourned the fact that he did not have a shot at redemption, but there wasn’t any, so I am not gonna shed any more tears over him. Most of all, I am just really happy to feel safe again.
Abby: I’m so sorry. After everything that he put you through…
Victoria: You know, don’t you, what else happened that night?
Kevin: I was able to recover and rebuild the missing security footage from the gas station near victoria’s property.
Chance: And that’s ashland’s rental car.
Kevin: Yeah, no question. The plates match. And…wait for it. There.
Chance: Someone’s getting behind the wheel. Ohh, it’s too dark. I can’t make out his face. Can you enhance this at all?
Kevin: That’s as good as i can get it, as good as anyone can get it. But even at this resolution, one thing is clear since the guy in the video is smoking a cigarette.
Chance: That’s not ashland.
Victor: Son, why are you burdening your mother with this? She has been under a lot of stress. I’ve told you and victoria i have everything under control, alright? Time to let it go.
Nick: Dad, what you fail to realize, or will at least acknowledge —
[ Cellphone chimes ] Excuse me. Another issue with the reilly deal. It’s all part of the ashland fallout. I got to deal with this right now. Sorry. This is nick newman. Yeah. No. No, marc, you’re not changing the terms of the deal this late in the game. That’s not happening. If there are any further delays while newman legal is preparing for action for breach of contract and commensurate losses, I’ll have the P.R. People document in great detail the bad-faith negotiation and put it out there for public consumption. Oh, you’re damn right I will. Good. I’m glad we finally understand one another. Bye.
Victor: Well, son, I’m impressed. You’re focusing on business while dealing with a family crisis. That’s what the newmans do, you know.
Victor: I think this was a good time for you to come back to the family business. You’ve grown a lot, and I hope that you will not allow your usual self-righteous indignation to interfere with anything in the future.
Nick: [ Scoffs ] Ughh!
Chance: Okay, now we have confirmation that ashland’s car was definitely at that gas station, as well as someone who tosses a cigarette, covers his tracks, gets in the car, someone that’s definitely not locke.
Kevin: And we know that one of victor’s bodyguards is a smoker. Told you it was a game changer.
Chance: Well, let’s see if it’s enough.
Mariah: This is the best news. I mean, your recovery is right on track. I’m so thrilled for you, honey.
Tessa: You and me both.
Faith: Did you cry when the doctor told you how well you were doing? I totally would have.
Sharon: I imagine you were probably feeling a lot of different things at once.
Mariah: Well, your timing is impeccable because I not only get to hear your voice, but i get to say goodbye before I go to jabot.
Faith: You’re going back to the office now?
Mariah: Yeah. Uh, don’t look so sad because all those stores that we cleared out — they’re gonna restock. And then you and I will face a new challenge.
Faith: [ Laughs ]
Mariah: Meanwhile, I am going to ask you two to look after my lovely wife. I will be texting relentlessly for updates until I get home tonight.
Sharon: We will take excellent care of her. I promise.
Faith: Plus, I get to show her all the cool things I found to decorate my dorm room.
Tessa: Ooh, I can’t wait.
Sharon: You know, I think it’s a wise decision to stop working remotely right now and just go back to being the marketing maven you are.
Mariah: Yeah, it’s about to get crazy. I don’t know if I told you guys, but I just recently became the head of P.R., As well. So now I’m running marketing and publicity, too.
Sharon: Wow! That is amazing, sweetheart. Congratulations.
Mariah: Thank you.
Faith: More work? Yay.
Mariah: Yeah, yeah, a lot more. I mean, ever since jabot decided to take on marchetti, the in-house team is gonna be doing P.R. For them, as well — so, along with the new hires, including diane jenkins.
Sharon: Really? I thought she was an architect.
Mariah: In a former life. No pun intended. Yeah, it’s strange to be getting e-mails on public perception and social engagement from kyle’s mom.
Faith: That’s got to be so weird. I always heard his mom was dead — and all of these rumors about diane and grandma that no one seems to want to talk about. And now she’s working for you?
Mariah: I mean, she’s doing a good job so far. She’s a hard worker and a quick study, and she’s on her best behavior. But, yeah, it’s weird. There’s no argument there.
Diane: To answer your question, I’m just happy. And it’s thanks to you for letting me back in and giving me a chance to have a relationship with harrison.
Kyle: I see.
Jack: Construction emergency averted.
Diane: Oh, good.
Jack: Hey, kyle.
Kyle: Hello, dad.
Jack: So, what did I miss?
Diane: Oh, not a thing. Kyle just got here.
Kyle: I know this should be a normal thing, seeing harrison’s grandparents watch him together, but it still takes some getting used to.
Jack: Yeah, you’re not wrong.
Kyle: Hey, it looks like linda just got here.
Diane: Oh, good. She can help harrison finish building his castle.
Jack: Uh, skyscraper. It’s kind of morphed a little bit.
Diane: Oh. So it has.
Kyle: Well, uh, we should head back to the office. You ready?
Diane: Oh, yeah, of course.
Jack: You know what? I’m gonna say goodbye to harrison and then of course get my exercise hauling all of his toys back to my car. Um, I have one other thing to do before I get to work. So, uh, you two have a nice rest of your day.
Diane: You too, jack.
Phyllis: Okay, look. Summer, I’ll tell you for the 10th time, hopefully the last time. I intend to give diane a wide berth, okay? Unless I have to work with her, and in that case, I’ll be highly professional. This is a huge opportunity for me. I know that. And I plan to make this a very, very successful, long-lasting endeavor.
Phyllis: Thank you. Good, too. It’s mother and daughter working together. We’re gonna bring marchetti to new heights in fashion and sophisticated home decor, and I’m not gonna let any back-from-the-dead zombie trash ruin that for me.
Summer: I’m glad to hear that.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. And it’s not lip service. Okay? You and kyle have nothing to worry about.
Nothing to worry about. I’m gonna act like diane isn’t even there. Hey, it’s me…your skin.
Tessa: You sure you can’t go early tomorrow?
Mariah: Earlier today, you were begging me to go to work.
Tessa: Well, that was before I got permission to speak. Now I’M…
Mariah: No more robot voice app. You’re excited. You want to celebrate. And if I wasn’t so swamped…
Tessa: [ Sighs ] I get it.
Mariah: It’s just, I have so much on my plate right now. It’s insane.
Tessa: That’s what you get for being so good at what you do.
Mariah: Right. I am just a victim of my own talent.
[ Both chuckle ] But seriously, you should take this time to think about summer and kyle’s offer, which is a great opportunity, even if i helped it along just a little bit. Okay. A lot. But do you know why? It’s because I love you a lot and I believe in you, tessa, and I know how hard everything has been with the surgery and the recovery, but you’re already in the next phase. And we’re gonna handle this like we handle everything — together. Including that ice cream my mom stocked in the freezer. So, if you wouldn’t mind leaving me just, like, a bite or two.
Tessa: No promises.
[ Chuckles ]
[ Chuckles ] Okay, goodbye, you guys.
Sharon: Bye. So, what else did you get besides a comforter set and a wedge pillow?
Faith: A gooseneck study lamp, a jewelry organizer, bathroom organizer, tech organizer.
Sharon: Hmm. That sounds like mariah’s influence. Neatness and organization are not exactly your strong suit.
Faith: Guilty as charged. I realized that I’m not gonna have you around to get on my case and clean up after me, so it’s time.
Tessa: Ah! Our little girl’s growing up.
Sharon: I know. It’s so beautiful. Have I told you lately —
Faith: You’re proud of me.
Sharon: Yes — like you wouldn’t believe.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Faith: Oh. It’s moses. I’m gonna go meet him, if that’s okay.
Sharon: Okay. Absolutely. Hey, why don’t I lock up all your loot in the back and you can go and enjoy the rest of your summer?
Faith: Thank you. Bye, tessa.
Tessa: Bye. Have fun.
Tessa: You okay?
Sharon: Yeah. I’m really excited for faith. You know, it’s a little sad to have her leaving the nest. It’s gonna be pretty quiet around the house. It’ll take some getting used to. How about you? How are you doing?
Tessa: I’m scared. What if I don’t recover? What if I’m never gonna sing again?
Abby: Don’t mean to pry. We don’t have to talk about this.
Victoria: [ Sighs ] You know, actually, you’re the one who’s in the awkward position, married to the cop that is investigating ashland’s death.
[ Breathes deeply ] But I am really grateful that i can speak openly with you.
Abby: You know that you can tell me anything, right?
Victoria: Ashland came by the house that night wanting to talk. I was alone, and he caught me off guard. But I thought that I could have a rational conversation with him and let him know that there was absolutely no future for us. But ashland was not being rational at all. In fact, he — [Sighs] He got more and more furious, and he said some really awful things. And he let me know that there was only one way that I could be done with him.
Abby: Oh, my god.
Victoria: If nicholas hadn’t shown up when he did, I… you know, I really believe that nicholas saved my life.
Abby: [ Sighs ] What happened after he arrived?
Victoria: Nicholas tried to defuse the situation, but ashland just got more and more aggressive and he came after me. He tried to corner me. And nicholas intervened. They got into it, and nicholas punched ashland. And he fell. He hit his head. And then he wasn’t moving. And there was no pulse. Oh, god, there was so much blood. It was just terrible. It was just — it was a nightmare.
[ Breathes deeply ] So I called chance, and nicholas went outside. I went with him. I think that, honestly, we were both in shock. But then when we came back inside, ashland was gone. I don’t know, abby. Somehow he just managed to get up and leave. Then the police — they did a search for ashland, and they found him. They found him, and they discovered that he had lost control of his car and he died. As relieved as I am that ashland is no longer a threat, this still isn’t over. Can you please, please help me understand why chance cannot just put a stop to this investigation? What does he hope to get out of it?
Victor: Chance. You’re becoming a regular around here. What can I do for you?
Chance: There’s something I’d like you to take a look at.
Chance: Now, the security surveillance at the gas station was blank at key points the night ashland died. Our tech team was able to recover and reconstruct some of that missing footage.
Victor: So, what am i supposed to see?
Chance: That is ashland’s rental vehicle. The plates are visible. And the man getting into the car…
Victor: You mean the one whose face isn’t visible, right?
Chance: Anything look familiar about him?
Chance: Well, it’s not ashland. Watch. As you can see, he crushes a cigarette butt, and then he literally covers his tracks before he hops in that car.
Victor: Yeah, well…
Chance: Now, I have that cigarette butt, as you know. We’re getting it checked for dna. Same brand your security guard smokes.
Victor: Hmm. Well, now, you know that I’ve had my security team watching victoria’s house for weeks now, okay? And I’m sure they’ve frequented that gas station. I’m sure one of them probably smoked a damn cigarette and put it out, you know, on his heel, right?
Chance: Well, it hadn’t been there for long.
Victor: So, chance, what do you want me to say? What is it you want to hear? Today, my friend, you did it…you did it…
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Victor: Now, listen. I appreciate that you take your job seriously. You’re a good cop. But what is this all about? You’re wasting your time.
Chance: Uncovering the truth is never a waste of time, victor.
Victor: Mm-hmm. So, let’s assume your cockamamie hypothesis is correct, okay? Let’s assume that I sent my security team into that house to pick up ashland locke’s body, put it into his car, and have them stage an accident in the ravine, giving the impression that ashland locke died by himself. And let’s assume that I did that to protect my son and my daughter from the impression that they weren’t innocent in this. Am I about right?
Chance: You are.
Victor: Now, your wife, abby, faced a similar situation before dominic was born, you know, when you were off overseas doing your duty instead of being with your family.
Chance: That’s completely irrelevant, and I had no choice, victor. You know that.
Victor: No, it isn’T. It isn’T. What if your wife would have killed stitch to protect her own life and protect your unborn child? What if I had stepped in and seen to it that the whole thing was covered up in order to protect your wife? Would you have done then?
Abby: I want you to know that chance hates having to keep looking into this accident, hates that it’s keeping you from getting the closure that you need, that we all want you to have. I just — I really hope that this is all over very soon.
Victoria: I appreciate that. And I know that you came by here to find out how I’m dealing with all of this, and now I guess you can see how things really are. Even with ashland gone, it feels like he’s trapped us and that he’s somehow still controlling us.
[ Sighs ]
Abby: I am so sorry.
Victoria: Look, I understand that chance has to be thorough, but nicholas and I told him everything that happened that night. We were honest with him. We’re not trying to hide anything. We just all want this horrific experience to be behind us… something that maybe you can help your husband understand.
Sharon: It’s totally normal that you’d be scared of losing your voice. You’ve worked this hard. You’ve come this far in your career. You’ve recently released a beautiful album. Of course you’re gonna wonder what this surgery is gonna mean for your future. But maybe you could invite in some other ideas, allow yourself to explore some other things?
Tessa: Well, mariah approached kyle about me doing some modeling without asking me first.
Tessa: Summer and kyle want me to be the new face of marchetti.
Sharon: A spokesmodel? Well, the official term for that now is brand ambassador. I used to do that for jabot back in the day.
Tessa: No kidding?
Sharon: Yeah. It was the most fun and exciting and rewarding part of my career. Gosh, I’m really happy for you, that you could be taking on this new role.
Tessa: It sounds like a dream job…for someone.
Sharon: But not you? Why is that? Why do you seem so ambivalent?
Tessa: I’m worried it’s a sympathy job…for if I never sing again.
Sharon: Okay. Listen to me. Mariah may have been motivated by a desire to give you something else to focus on while you’re recovering. But kyle and summer — there’s no way that they would have offered you this important, high-level job because they feel sorry for you. Trust me. This is big business. These are high stakes. If they didn’t think that you had the right look, they would have never approached you.
Tessa: I see your point.
Sharon: And I imagine your fans bring a very desirable demographic to marchetti. Trust me — kyle and summer were not just acting strictly out of the goodness of their hearts.
Tessa: Yeah, I-I guess it’s not the mailroom.
Sharon: No, it’s definitely not. And since you brought it up, let’s talk about the flip side, all of the benefits that this could bring to your already existing music career. Suddenly, you will be the face of a well-known, high-end designer with a lot of cachet.
Sharon: That’s gonna bring a lot more people to your concerts, a lot more downloads, more album sales. This is actually kind of brilliant.
Tessa: There’s a reason they gave mariah that promotion.
Sharon: And think about who you’ll be working for.
Tessa: The person who officiated our wedding, a friend and supporter.
Sharon: And mariah and summer. Can’t think of a more appealing set of teammates, can you?
Tessa: I mean, when you put it like that, I would be an idiot to turn this down.
Diane: Harrison scored three goals in his first match. Pee wee soccer may never be the same.
Kyle: Wha– hi. Uh, how’s it going?
Summer: Good. We’re just in the middle of my mom’s orientation.
Kyle: That’s right. Today is your first official day.
Kyle: Welcome aboard.
Phyllis: Thank you. I’m very excited.
Kyle: Can’t wait to hear what you have in mind for marchetti home.
Phyllis: Oh, I’m gonna dazzle you with my ideas. And I look forward to working with you, diane, when the — when the time arises, right?
Diane: Likewise. Otherwise, as agreed, I promise to steer clear of phyllis.
[ Laughter ]
Mariah: Hey! What’s going on?
Summer: Hey. Um, it’s just my mom’s first day at marchetti. Who says you have to spend more on skincare to get results?
Phyllis: Well, I’ll be heading up marchetti’s home division.
Mariah: Oh, yeah, I know. Uh, kyle told me. I just didn’t know you’d be starting, like, now.
[ Chuckles ] Or that you’d be working with all of us so closely.
Phyllis: Well, I wanted a new challenge. I mean, the hotel — that — that was done. And I’m really excited to be working so closely with my brilliant, brilliant daughter.
Mariah: Well, congratulations on the gig.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Kyle: We’re expecting phyllis to do great things here.
Summer: Well, she better, for what we’re paying her.
[ Laughter ]
Diane: Well, I’m with you, mariah, in wishing my colleague phyllis all the best. I hope this position is everything you’re hoping for.
Phyllis: Oh, I have every intention of making it that way.
Mariah: Wow, it’s — it’s gonna be like one big, happy family.
Diane: [ Sighs ]
Mariah: Uh, diane, uh, did you want to meet with me, like, now?
Diane: Yes. Now is perfect.
Mariah: Great. Awesome. Let’s — let’s do that.
[ Chuckles ]
Phyllis: Well, wow. Look at this. Everything’s falling into place. It’s gonna be great.
Tessa: It really helped talking things through. You’re the best mother-in-law ever.
[ Cellphone chimes ]
Tessa: Uh… it’s mariah making sure I’m not talking too much.
Sharon: Oh, okay. Well, why don’t you go upstairs and rest for a little while? Have some more of that pomegranate ice cream.
Tessa: I think I can do that.
[ Chuckles ]
Sharon: I’ll see you in a bit.
Tessa: Okay. Bye.
Sharon: Oh. Hey. How are you two doing?
Nikki: Uh, I’ll be better once I get one of your wonderful lattes.
Nick: Yeah. Make it two.
Sharon: Okay. I’m gonna go get those.
Nikki: How much does she know?
Nick: All of it.
Nikki: Nicholas, why are you talking about family business with outsiders?
Nick: Look, I trust her. And I needed somebody on the outside to talk about this. We’re all so focused on dad’s actions that something’s gotten lost. I was responsible for a man’s death. It’s a lot to carry around, mom.
Chance: I come here with facts and a body of growing evidence, and you want to throw a hypothetical at me? Really?
Victor: You didn’t answer my question. What would you have done?
Chance: I’m not gonna answer it because it is irrelevant. You’re talking about something that didn’t happen. I’m talking about something that did.
[ Scoffs ] I mean, you know what? You keep asking me why I am pursuing this so hard. You know why? Because this is a job that i took an oath to do. That’s not something I can just switch off because it’s inconvenient or it raises difficult questions. No. You know what? You need to have more trust in the legal system and in me.
Victor: And you need to develop a greater sense for family and be there when they need you, not when it’s convenient for you. Now, next time, chance old boy, don’t point your finger at your father-in-law. You have a good day now. And give my love to my daughter.
Chance: Goodbye, victor.
Victor: [ Breathing deeply ]
Nikki: Darling, you did nothing wrong. You acted in self-defense.
Nick: Which I freely admitted to chance when he showed up that night. I can’t completely process everything that’s happened, and I can’t begin to work my way to the other side of this because of what dad did. He made us all accessories to his crime. And for what?
[ Cellphones ping ]
Nikki: Your father wants to meet all of us at the ranch.
Nick: [ Sighs ]
Phyllis: Okay. Ooh! It’s official. I am a marchetti employee. Oh, my gosh.
Phyllis: Thank you. Okay, where are these new digs that you keep on telling me about, my office?
Kyle: Uh, before you two head out, I just want to thank you for the effort you’ve been making with my mom so far.
Phyllis: Aww, you’re welcome. I mean, truly, it is my pleasure.
Kyle: I know we’re right at the beginning of this and we’ll need some time to find our footing.
Phyllis: Well, that goes without saying.
Kyle: Like you said, i believe we can make this work.
Phyllis: Yeah, I do, too. I mean, it’s very clear in my mind what I plan to accomplish here.
Kyle: That’s great.
Kyle: I have a meeting to get to. So, if you’ll excuse me…
Summer: Oh, kyle, wait. Um, I just remembered I need to talk to you about something budget-related. Mom, I’ll be right back.
[ Door closes ]
[ Pen clatters ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Cellphone thuds ]
Chance: [ Sighs ]
Nikki: We got your message.
Nick: Dad? What’s wrong?
Victor: Not until victoria arrives, alright?
Nikki: Well, okay. Well, how long will that be?
Victoria: Here I am.
Victor: Thank you all for getting here so quickly.
Victoria: Well, what’s going on? What is this about?
Victor: Seems that chance has made a discovery… one for which my security team will pay dearly.
Nick: I don’t care about that. What has chance learned, and how close is he to proving what really happened?