Young & The Restless Transcript
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Summer: Thank you for suggesting this night out. Things have been so crazy lately, we’ve hardly have any time to be alone. Today has been quite a day with mom starting work at marchetti.
Kyle: I was wondering if our mothers have managed to be on their best behavior around each other. Yeah, they kept their word.
Summer: So far, at least.
Kyle: I think we should take the win and not talk about our mothers the rest of the evening.
Summer: Fine by me.
Kyle: I just want to focus on you and us. That okay?
Summer: More than okay.
Kyle: Good, because I have a surprise for you.
Jack: It’s no problem. I understand. We’ll just reschedule.
[ Knock on door ] Yeah, we’ll talk then. Perfect. Well, I didn’t expect to see you here. This is definitely after hours.
Diane: [ Chuckles ] Says the man still chained to his desk. Not that I’m comparing the demands of being a ceo to that of a junior publicist. But I just wanted to say good night. How much longer will you be here?
Jack: Well, I was actually supposed to have a dinner meeting tonight, but that just got canceled, which is not a problem. Except all day I have been building this craving for the food at society.
Diane: Oh. Well, I was about to swing by there and pick up something for myself. I could put a takeout order in for you or… or, hey, if you’d like, we could go and eat together. I would — I would love to talk to you about my first few days at marchetti, and I would gladly hear any feedback you had to offer. Interested?
Phyllis: I am assuming we are alone.
Nikki: Yes, yes. Let’s get to it.
Phyllis: Okay. Well, thanks for the warm welcome. I mean, you called me here.
Nikki: Okay. I’m sorry. I have a lot on my mind.
Phyllis: Okay. I’m assuming it has to do with ashland locke, right?
Nikki: His death continues to affect our family. But you and I have more things to deal with, so… how was your first day at marchetti?
Phyllis: [ Sighs ] I handled it masterfully, if I do say so myself. Masterfully. Nobody there has any idea that I have a secret plan to sabotage diane.
Nikki: Well, given that all eyes are on you, that should be the bare minimum. Were you able to take steps to damage her reputation at the company?
Phyllis: I mean, well, it’s the first day. Don’t get me wrong, nobody wants diane gone more than I do. But, I mean, it’s going to take some time and finesse. You know that. And need I remind you, you know, while I’m there in the trenches, you’re at home sipping tea, doing nothing to further our cause.
Nikki: [ Chuckles ] That’s where you’re wrong.
Elena: I was stopping by to see nate before the night shift. I was hoping to spend a little time with him before the end of his workday.
Devon: Oh, that’s nice. He’s not here. I don’t know where he’s at.
Elena: Oh, no worries. I’ll shoot him a text and let you get back to work.
Devon: Yeah. Hey, I heard that you got out of your contract with newman media and you’re able to come and join us. So I need to officially welcome you to chancellor-winters.
Elena: Yeah. Thank you. It’s nice to be in demand.
Devon: Yeah, I’m looking forward to having you part of the team. You don’t seem super excited about it, though. Is coming here what you still want to do or is something else going on?
Nate: Well, welcome home.
Nate: And congratulations on knocking it out of the park on your trip.
Lily: Thank you. It was definitely time well spent, that’s for sure. But I am happy to be home because you know how it is, when you’re gone away a long time, the more you realize you’ve missed.
Nate: I suspect you came back to more than you bargained for as far as devon and I are concerned. I assume you’ve spoken with him.
Lily: I have, yes. So I thought it was a good idea if you and I had a conversation, but maybe away from the office.
Nate: I appreciate that.
Lily: So, look, first, I just want to say that I knew that this transition time would be, you know, a challenge as we’re all kind of settling into our positions. Right? I mean, I went from running a media division to this huge entity. And for devon, the same. But, you know, for you, you went from medicine to business, which is a huge shift. So I’m not looking to place blame on anyone. I’m really not. I just want to hear from you why you think that you and devon are having a hard time co-existing at the office.
Nate: Alright. But before I get too far into it, I’d like to know if I’m talking purely professionally to the co-ceo of chancellor-winters or if I’m speaking to my cousin. Just how real can I be with you?
Lily: Well, look, if we’re gonna move forward and fix this, then I want you to be as real as possible. I will do great things today.
provided by… my blood pressure is borderline.
Summer: Okay. Don’t let me fall into the pool.
Kyle: I would never. I think we should have a private swim when we get back to the house later.
Summer: Ooh, that sounds like a good idea. I’m a lucky girl.
Kyle: And I’m a lucky guy.
Summer: Okay. Can I open my eyes now?
Summer: Oh, okay.
Kyle: Almost there. Here. Okay.
Summer: [ Exhales sharply ] This is so sweet. Are those drinks what I think they are?
Kyle: Negronis. And there’s bruschetta on the way.
Summer: Mm. [ Chuckles ] This is bringing back so many memories of our favorite rooftop bar in milan. And that breathtaking view of the duomo.
Kyle: May not be able to see the duomo from here, but the view is just as breathtaking.
Summer: You’re a real charmer, you know that?
Kyle: Eh, you make it pretty easy.
Summer: I have to admit, as happy as I am to be back in genoa city, there are still moments when I miss italy.
Kyle: I do too. That’s why I thought we could enjoy a little taste of it this evening.
Summer: Do you remember that first night we discovered that other rooftop deck with the best negronis in the city? We held hands across the table like we didn’t want to let go.
Summer: And we danced until we could not dance anymore.
Kyle: When we finally got home, we stayed up all night wrapped in each other’s arms, watched the sunrise. Should make sure to make more of those memories, no matter where we are.
Summer: I would love that. And I love you.
Jack: I’m not sure I’m the one you should be talking to about your job performance. Wouldn’t it be better to pick kyle’s brain?
Diane: I suspect kyle might take a softer approach. I am his mother after all.
Jack: Yeah, you have a point there.
Diane: Yes, and besides, you gave me really good advice before, and I know you’ll give me the cold, hard truth, which is what I need if I’m going to succeed. As you know, jack, this is — this is really an important job for me to do well at. I need to prove myself to our son. And I need to show him that I’m worthy of the second chance I’ve been given. Interested?
Jack: Okay. Dinner it is.
Phyllis: Okay. I’m sorry, I thought we were all in agreement that we were going to take diane down, and I was going to do that by working at marchetti. Are you going rogue?
Nikki: Not at all. I have a meeting with an L.A.-Based investigative reporter tonight.
Phyllis: Oh, listen to this. You found an ally.
Nikki: Actually, she found me. She’s looking for a juicy story, and diane certainly fits that bill.
Phyllis: I’m very intrigued. I mean, even if she doesn’t come up with any ammo to use against diane, I certainly can — can have her expose whatever, you know, career-ending, relationship-destroying information that I find.
Nikki: I would be open to that, should that become an option. But first things first, I want to see how this initial meeting goes.
Phyllis: Right. I mean, I could help on the back end. You know, could I meet this journalist with you?
Elena: Don’t get me wrong, I am grateful for the opportunity to work with chancellor-winters. And even though the hospital is my priority, I love that I’m going to be able to reach more people and offer my guidance and support. And I’m also really excited to expand on the scope of what I’ve already been working on.
Devon: Okay, that all sounds great. It must be something else on your mind, then.
Elena: I don’t know. I guess I’m still just coming to terms with the reality of nate’s job here. It’s certainly thrown me some curveballs. If I’m being honest… I feel like we’re kind of drifting apart. And I think we’ll be okay. I don’t know, maybe it’s just a reminder that things don’t always go as expected.
Devon: Yeah, certainly don’T. I’m sorry that you’re feeling like this, though. But I definitely know what you mean.
Nate: Devon believes I need more guidance to better understand my position at the company. He thinks I’m not respecting his boundaries or his authority, which is simply not true. I have a great deal of admiration for devon, and I totally respect his experience. But I think he’s been autonomous for so long, he’s forgotten how to collaborate.
Lily: Really? I mean, that hasn’t been my experience with him.
Nate: That might be because the two of you are equals. You’re co-ceos and siblings. We don’t have that same dynamic.
Lily: Okay. So, I mean, what do you think the source of the problem is?
Nate: Inflexibility and, frankly, ego. Devon refuses to accept any good ideas if they’re not his own. And I have given him some pretty damn good ideas. Have I also made some missteps? Absolutely. But that doesn’t mean I’m not motivated to do everything I can to make chancellor-winters better. Everything I’ve done has been with one goal in mind — chancellor-winters’ success. I just don’t believe devon should constantly hold me back when there are so many things we could accomplish.
Lily: Okay, well, give me an example.
Nate: One, I’d like to broaden the talent pool and the styles of acts we sign, then create our own festivals across the country to showcase them.
Lily: Yeah, I mean, I like the concept, but, I mean, the logistics are very complicated.
Nate: That doesn’t mean it’s not worth exploring. And even if it’s not viable, we can definitely expand our streaming platforms to appeal to a wider audience. Devon is too particular and selective with his vision. He handpicks the acts based on his personal taste.
Lily: Yeah, but I think that’s what sets us apart, right? I mean, he’s like a curator.
Nate: Well, that’s fine for a boutique business owner, but for a company like ours, we should be thinking global conquest. There’s no reason for devon to feel threatened by this approach or have any issues with the ideas other than they come from me.
Kyle: I should really learn how to make negronis at home.
Summer: Mm, so we can have a taste of italy without ever leaving the house?
Kyle: I don’t care where we are, as long as I get to look at this.
Summer: You know, I wasn’t sure if I was going to like these at first. Gin, vermouth, campari, and an orange peel.
Kyle: It is an unusual combination, but sometimes those are the best kinds. Things that don’t seem to go together, but somehow do.
Summer: An unexpected yet magical elixir.
[ Chuckles ] Maybe we should head home to have that swim. If no one else is around, we can forget our swimsuits. What do you say? What’s the matter?
Summer: Um… I’m not sure yet. What is wrong with that picture?
Kyle: There’s nothing necessarily wrong. Odd, maybe.
Summer: My mom and grandma barely gave each other the time of day.
Kyle: Setting aside old grudges and rivalries is the new trend of genoa city.
Summer: Right, but why would they be here to chat over drinks? In what universe does that make any sense? Something’s up.
Diane: I’ve been trying to find a balance at work my first few days. I don’t want to come on too strong, but I also don’t want to be invisible.
Jack: I somehow don’t think you could manage to fly under the radar if you wanted to.
Diane: You know what I mean. I’m just trying to navigate office politics, I guess.
Jack: Well, just don’t be so hard on yourself. Rome wasn’t built in a day. Neither were italian fashion houses. Trust your gut. Trust your instincts. You’re a smart, resourceful woman.
Diane: Oh, thank you. I’d like to think so. But after my meeting with mariah, wow, I felt like a neophyte. I mean, don’t — don’t — don’t get me wrong. I think we’re going to work really well together once I get a bit more experienced. It’s just that young woman, she really knows what she’s doing.
Jack: I’m very impressed with mariah myself. Did kyle maybe mention that he recruited her? No background in cosmetics, no experience in marketing, and yet he somehow thought she was right for the job.
Diane: She’s a powerhouse, and it kind of hit home how much I have to learn.
Jack: My point is, kyle has an eye for talent. He didn’t just hire you because you’re his mother. He obviously has some faith in your ability to meet the challenge.
Diane: And I will. But it’s certainly humbling being a junior employee and reporting to someone young enough to be your daughter.
Jack: So think of it as a stepping stone. My god, what you’ve done in your life — you have been a model, an architect, a realtor. You’ve managed to climb the ladder and so many different fields.
Diane: Thank you for your support, jack. It means a lot. And since we’re being so open with each other, I, uh… I do have another confession to make.
Kyle: Phyllis and nikki have some things in common, like you, nick, or maybe there’s some other reasonable explanation they’re together.
Summer: I just have a really weird feeling about this.
Kyle: I get it, but it’s not really any of our business. Tonight’s supposed to be about us.
Summer: You’re right. I’m sorry. Let’s get back to what’s important.
Nikki: Oh, hi, talia. Please sit down. Thank you so much for joining us. This is my friend phyllis summers.
Phyllis: Nice to meet you.
Talia: You too.
Nikki: Phyllis and I go way back, and we both go way back with diane.
Talia: Your name has come up in my research.
Phyllis: Oh, really? Wow. Okay, well, usually when people say my name’s come up, it makes me nervous, but not in this case, because diane is the infamous one here.
Nikki: Well, talia first contacted me wanting to do an article about ashland’s death and how it affected our family. But I told her I thought that was old news, that the newmans were just fine.
Nikki: And then I told her about diane’s resurrection.
Talia: And I became very interested. I sensed that would be a fabulous story for my magazine.
Phyllis: I couldn’t agree more.
Elena: When you say you know what I mean, I assume you’re talking about your issues with nate and the tension that’s been developing between you two.
Devon: That is a great assumption.
Elena: Well, I guess we can’t resolve any of that now, so there’s no point in jumping into a whole nother conversation about it, is there?
Devon: Mnh-mnh, mnh-mnh, not at all. But I want you to know that no matter what issues nate and I have professionally, it’s not going to change the way I feel about him. He’s family. And any concerns that you have about that or anything else, you know you can always talk to me because I consider you family, too. It’s nice that we’re still so close and that you live literally across the hall.
Elena: Yeah. I feel the same way.
Devon: Thanks. You know, this — this whole thing with me and lily and nate and billy working together is definitely a transition. It’s going to have some difficulties. But I certainly don’t want the tension to ever affect you or your home life with nate.
Elena: Thank you for saying that. And I will try my best.
Devon: [ Chuckles ]
Elena: Anyway, I should get going.
Devon: Alright, I will see you around.
Elena: See you.
Nate: Every time devon shuts me down, he claims it’s not personal, but it seems pretty damn personal to me. Have I gone too far now?
Lily: No. No, no, no. Look, I told you to be frank, and honestly, I really appreciate your candor. I do. And thank you for sharing your ideas with me, because I think that they’re actually worth considering.
Nate: Thank you.
Lily: You’re welcome. So, I mean, how do you see things moving forward with you and devon? Because a little tension with a colleague is very normal, but a lot can be very disruptive, right? And honestly, I don’t think it’s all coming from him.
Nate: I apologize for my part in that tension. The fact that you’re really listening to me right now makes me wonder what I’ve been doing wrong with devon. I truly want this to work, and I know devon and i have to find our footing. I finally feel like that can happen now because of you.
[ Both chuckle ] You’re pretty good at this whole leadership thing.
Lily: Oh, thank you. I try.
[ Chuckles ]
Nate: So where do we go from here?
Lily: Oh, yeah. Um… you know what? Let me figure out the next step with devon. Did you know if you turn to cold with tide
“The young and the restless”
Diane: I know since I showed up back in town, I’ve projected a sense of confidence. Some might even call me brazen, but in reality, I’ve — I’ve been nervous, fearful even, about what the future might hold, about starting over with kyle and then building a whole other life for myself here again. But I have to say, what I feel most right now is excitement to be at this stage of my life and have so many firsts, starting with being a respectable and upstanding member of genoa city society.
Jack: No comment.
Diane: [ Laughs ] No, well, seriously. Being a grandmother has been one of the most rewarding experiences of my life, and starting a new career is exciting. Although I have to say, phyllis’s sudden appearance on the payroll at marchetti really threw me off my game.
Jack: Yes, I know how upset you were when she was hired, spewing all kinds of accusations and suspicions.
Diane: Well, I can imagine that you understand my reluctance to ever trust phyllis. But that being said, I am determined to take the high road, even if she can’T.
Talia: Now, I’m sure you both can give me a wealth of info. I’d also like to speak to jack abbott at some point.
Nikki: Oh, that can be arranged.
Talia: I’m curious about those years in L.A. As well.
Phyllis: Uh, so are we. I mean, it seems so unlikely that diane was just living a quiet life in los angeles and she just stumbled across jack’s granddaughter.
Talia: Does strike me as an unlikely coincidence.
Nikki: Now, talia, I have to tell you that I have had people in los angeles digging around. They haven’t found anything yet.
Phyllis: I mean, did nikki tell you that diane was sending jack a bunch of cryptic text messages, getting him to come to L.A.? Did she tell you that? I mean, to me, that just doesn’t seem like a changed woman.
Nikki: Well, I don’t really think that that is worth exploring, because diane has already acknowledged she was just trying to become sympathetic in jack’s eyes by uniting him with his granddaughter.
Phyllis: Okay, I know that’s what diane said, but, I mean, she’s the investigative reporter. We’ll let her decide.
Nikki: I’m just trying to prevent her from wasting her valuable time. It behooves all of us for her to publish her story quickly.
Phyllis: Well, okay. I mean, maybe we shouldn’t be focusing on her time in L.A. Maybe — maybe we should be focusing on her time right here in genoa city. We have full access to this woman, so we can help in any way possible with this investigation.
Nate: Hey. Glad we got to see each other tonight. Do you want to stay here or go somewhere else for dinner?
Elena: This is fine. I’m not that hungry.
Nate: Okay, come sit.
Nate: [ Sighs ]
Elena: I stopped by the office earlier. Thought you’d be there.
Nate: Yes, I should have been, but lily’s back and she asked me to meet her here.
Nate: To keep things low key and to avoid any interruptions by devon.
Elena: Ah. So I guess lily is up to speed with what happened with you and devon.
Nate: She is.
Elena: So how’d that go? Was it a rough conversation?
Nate: The opposite, actually. I think things are finally going to start heading in the right direction.
Lily: Alright. Well, I’m glad we had a chance to touch base about the tour.
Devon: Me, too. We’re all set and booked in every major venue across the midwest.
Lily: Yeah, great. Actually, a couple more ideas I have that I wanted to run by you if you have time.
Devon: I do have time, yeah. What’s up?
Lily: Um…well, I was thinking that, you know, maybe we should adjust our strategy when it comes to music festivals and the kind of music we have on our streaming services.
Devon: Adjust it how?
Lily: Well, maybe we do our own music festival?
[ Chuckles ] Or maybe we have on different musical acts, so that way we can reach a bigger and broader audience.
Devon: Yeah, my first thought is that our own music festival is pretty ambitious and I would be concerned that we would be stretching ourselves a little thin. But…
Devon: I mean, if we were able to pull something like that off, I see it being pretty damn cool. We should get everybody together and have a meeting to talk about it.
Lily: Really? Okay, so you’ll keep an open mind? ‘Cause, I mean, I think I made a pretty good pitch.
Devon: Of course you do. They’re your ideas.
Lily: Well, actually, they’re not my ideas. They’re nate’S. I have moderate to severe plaque psoriasis.
Nate: It was great to feel heard by lily, to have my instincts validated. She liked my ideas, and i am confident she’ll support them with devon.
Elena: That sounds great, but how exactly does that resolve your issues with devon?
Nate: Lily gets what’s going on with devon. Not that she let me off the hook for my role in the conflict either. She’s made it clear she thinks it’s a two-way street, but she also understands that I’m doing everything I can to help make chancellor-winters better, sometimes in spite of devon. He’s acknowledged that the two of them keep each other in check. So when lilly backs me up, I feel like devon will have no choice but to stop instantly squashing my ideas. I thought you’d agree this was a positive development. What am I missing?
Devon: Now, wait a second. Did nate, like, put you up to this, to try and trick me and prove that I only like your ideas or something?
Lily: No, no. Nate shared his ideas with me, and I chose to pitch them to you to see if maybe you would respond differently if it came from someone else.
Devon: Why is my coo bringing his ideas to you before bringing them to me?
Lily: No, I asked to meet with him. I encouraged him to open up to me, and I just wanted to gauge for myself how you would respond if the idea came from someone else. And, you know, now that you know it’s his idea and not mine, does that change your opinion at all? Because, I mean, based on your previous reaction, I feel like maybe it would have.
Devon: No, it wouldn’t have. It wouldn’t have at all. And for you to do this, it’s a little underhanded.
Lily: Okay. I’m sorry. I am, but maybe it had to happen this way to kind of open up your eyes to this bias you might have against him. Look, I just — I’m trying to help, okay? I want to fix this, because if this keeps going on, it could get way out of hand.
Devon: Well, you didn’t have to trick me.
Lily: Okay, you know what? You’re right. You’re right. I’m sorry.
Devon: I appreciate you trying to solve this problem between us, but you really don’t have to insert yourself because it’s between me and nate. Okay?
Lily: Well, devon —
[ Sighs ]
Jack: You and phyllis managed to survive day one as coworkers. That’s no small thing. Here’s to following suit in the days ahead.
Diane: I hope so, too. But you know what? Even if phyllis does try to undermine me, I’m on the lookout for it. And whatever her agenda is, it will be over before it begins.
Jack: You seem very calm and levelheaded in saying that.
Diane: Yes, I refuse to get worked up about it ever again. And don’t tell phyllis this because it kills me to admit it, but… in a way, I empathize with her.
Jack: Wait, how so?
Diane: Oh, now, don’t read too much into it. I’m just saying that I understand why phyllis feels the way she does. I came back into her life in a way that feels intrusive to her. And as someone who’s been the ultimate outsider, I suppose I can’t blame her. She feels threatened by me. Displaced.
Jack: Yeah, I think that about sums it up.
Diane: Yeah. Well, now that harrison knows I’m his grandmother, I get to spend so much time with him and summer and kyle and… oh, look at us, sitting here having an enjoyable, pleasant meal together. Must really get phyllis.
Jack: I hope you have the good sense not to rub it in her face the next time you encounter her.
Diane: Oh, I will do my best not to add to the tension. But you know what? If I was one of her friends, I would encourage her to just relax, because even though I’ve reentered her world, I’m not trying to take anything from her. Summer adores phyllis and loves having her at marchetti.
Jack: Just as kyle loves having you at work.
Diane: Yes, and harrison? Oh, my gosh, that little boy is filled with so much love that phyllis doesn’t need to worry about me lessening her connection to him. And you and phyllis, you have such a long history and a deep bond so that even though you think you’re not going to reunite with her, you’ve — you’ve let her into your heart time and time again. Maybe you will this time, too.
Talia: This has been a great first meeting. I’ll be in touch.
Phyllis: We look very forward to speaking to you again.
Nikki: It’s a pleasure meeting you.
Kyle: Feels good to be back at the gcac pool. We spent a lot of summers here.
Kyle: Made a lot of memories.
Summer: Yeah, we have.
Kyle: What’s one of your favorites?
Kyle: You’re not gonna be able to relax and have fun until you get some answers about what’s going on up there.
Summer: I’m sorry. I just — I can’t stand it any longer.
Summer: Hi, mom, grandma.
Nikki: Hi, darling.
Phyllis: Hey. I didn’t see you here. How long have you been here?
Summer: Kyle and I got here before the two of you did. And I’ve got to admit, I never expected to look across the way to find the two of you socializing. Just curious, who was that woman you were talking to? The abcs of ckd
Jack: I don’t know where this conversation took a left turn, but we’re way off base.
Diane: Sorry. Sorry. I know you don’t want to talk about you and phyllis. I was just saying that there’s enough love and family and friendship to go around. And I hope that ultimately phyllis realizes that I am not going to get her portion and that she can find a way to move forward, because letting all this jealousy and resentment control you, it’s a terrible way to go through life. I should know.
Jack: [ Sighs ]
Diane: [ Chuckles ] I don’t know what to make of that reaction.
Jack: It’s part relief, part surprise, part appreciation for your candor and insight and perspective.
Diane: Wow. You really packed a lot into that sigh. But don’t worry, I know that you didn’t order a side dish of a diane jenkins therapy session to go along with your ropa vieja. So let’s talk about a much more pressing matter, like what we’re getting for dessert.
Jack: [ Chuckles ] Kikivictor is waiting for me so we can have dinner together. So I’m going to have to go. But in answer to your question, phyllis and I were meeting with a journalist who came to town to write a story about ashland. Anyway, see you later. Bye-bye.
Phyllis: Bye. So funny how a common enemy, even dead, can bond two people.
Summer: Yeah, it would be funny if that was really what was going on.
Phyllis: Well, that’s really what’s going on, summer. She just explained it to you.
Summer: She did. I’m just not buying it, mom.
Elena: Look, of course I want things to turn out the way that you would want them to.
Nate: Not just for me, but for us. Look, I want chancellor-winters to be a better environment for you, too, now that you’d be working there. And I’m excited to spend more time with you now. Now that I’ll be spending less time trying to convince devon that my ideas make sense. Eventually, I hope lilly won’t even have to intercede anymore. If she can get devon to understand that we are all on the same side, there won’t be any more battles to mediate.
Elena: I mean, yeah, that all sounds great, but… I really think you need to manage your expectations when it comes to devon. He might push back a little harder than you think.
[ Cellphone rings ] Excuse me.
Nate: [ Sighs ]
Elena: Hello? Okay, I’ll be there. It’s the hospital. I need to get down there earlier. Can we talk about this later?
Nate: Yeah, yeah, yeah, we can.
Elena: Okay. Don’t wait up.
Nate: Hey, man. What’s up?
Devon: That’s what I’d like to ask you. I just got done meeting with lily. So you’d like to tell me what you’re trying to pull?