Young & The Restless Transcript
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Diane: Any chance you can spare me a few minutes of your time?
Jack: Yeah. What’s on your mind?
Diane: Oh. I wanted to show you the latest key art and copy for the marchetti launch. I was hoping to get your take before bringing it to mariah.
Jack: You’ve been coming to me a lot lately for my professional opinion. If you intend to run everything you’re working on by me first, I think that’s a big mistake.
Phyllis: I’d love to think that you invited me here for some mother-daughter time, but I could tell — I could tell by your face that you did not.
Summer: Couldn’t stop thinking about that journalist that I saw you and grandma meeting with.
Phyllis: What about her?
Summer: After we parted ways, I realized I recognize her. It took me a minute, but then I put it all together. Talia morgan is a highly respected investigative reporter based out of los angeles. And I’m guessing she didn’t mean to talk to the two of you in order to write about ashland’s car crash.
Phyllis: That’s not impossible.
Summer: Mom, I didn’t buy your story last night, and I’m not buying it now. In fact, I have a new theory. All I needed to do was connect the dots. Writer who’s always chasing the next big story… los angeles… diane.
[ Footsteps approaching ]
Chelsea: Just when you think it’s safe to go for a walk in the park.
Sally: Actually, this run-in is a bit fortuitous because i was just thinking about how concerned I was about you.
Chelsea: You are concerned about me?
Sally: Well, I was at the rooftop bar at the athletic club earlier, and I happened to see you and adam in what seemed to be a pretty intense conversation. I was going to say something, but I didn’t want to intrude. I hope everything’s okay.
Adam: [ Sighs ] You can, uh, set up over there. I got to say, I appreciate that you’re a jack-of-all-trades — clever enough to get kevin’s laptop without him seeing it and technically savvy enough to hack into it, too.
Lucas: You know, two-in-one package. But let’s be clear, it’s gonna double my fee.
Adam: You already said it was gonna be more because you work for the police. Now, this? Starting to feel like I’m being swindled here.
Lucas: Hey, I got bills to pay.
Adam: Look, you will be more than fairly compensated for your services. Let’s just hope that phase two doesn’t prove to be too challenging. Okay? It’s not like we’re trying to hack into the cia firewall or anything. All I need is access to the local police report on the ashland locke case.
Lucas: Alright, got it.
[ Pounding on door ]
Kevin: Adam, open the damn door! Adam! Open the door! After years on the battlefield and multiple concussions,
[ Pounding on door ]
Kevin: Damn it, adam, give me my computer.
Adam: I have no idea what you’re talking about, kevin.
Kevin: That is a load of bull.
Adam: As you can see, I’m in the middle of a meeting with a business associate. So can we do whatever this is another time?
Kevin: I wonder what kind of business you’re discussing. I doubt it has anything to do with investment banking and more to do with breaking into someone’s car and taking their computer!
Lucas: Hey, wait a minute. Are you calling me a thief?
Adam: [ Clears throat ] Yeah, kevin. Who are you to come in here, hurling accusations at my guest?
Kevin: Oh, save it. I know what you’re up to. Do you think I have short-term memory loss, that I would suddenly forget that you were just on the hunt for dirt to use against victor? I shoot you down. Next thing I know, someone breaks into my car and swipes my computer!
Adam: Uh, that sounds like a very unfortunate coincidence to me. Sure I don’t have to tell somebody that works for the gcpd that people have valuables stolen all the time out of their car.
Kevin: You think you’re gonna find something incriminating on there, don’t you? You’re wasting your time. There is nothing on my computer worth seeing. Besides, I have built up walls of protection around my files that only I can penetrate. So save yourself the double disappointment and give me back my computer. Now.
Adam: Kevin, I’ve already told you, I have no idea what you’re talking about.
Kevin: Oh, give it up. Tell you what? Play nice, I won’t even press charges. But I am warning you, this is a one-time-only offer. What’s it gonna be?
Adam: [ Sighs ]
Chelsea: Not that it’s any of your business, but adam and I are fine. We weren’t seeing eye-to-eye there for a minute about something that had to do with connor, but we worked it out.
Sally: Well, good. I’m glad, for connor’s sake, ’cause he doesn’t need to get involved in his parents’ issues.
Yeah, I agree. Fortunately, our son has always known, and will always know, how much both his parents love him. We have a bond, the three of us, that’s just unbreakable.
Sally: Hmm, sounds like the perfect relationship. Oh, [Scoffs] Wait. Sorry.
Chelsea: I don’t deny, my story with adam has had some unbearably painful chapters, but luckily we healed those old wounds. And the thing is, even if we’re not technically together, in a way we always will be because of our incredible history, all of those years, and bringing a child into the world together. We have a deep connection. Nothing is stronger than the bond we share.
Jack: You’re going to have to start trusting your own judgment. Stop second-guessing yourself. You don’t need my opinion in order to have confidence in your own.
Diane: But I value your opinion. And since marchetti is under the jabot umbrella, I figure something like this is going to cross your desk eventually. Besides, I want to capitalize on your vast experience and knowledge.
Jack: Much as I appreciate that, if you’re going to succeed around here, you’re gonna have to start owning your decisions and be prepared to rise or fall with them.
Diane: Good advice. Next time, I’ll go straight to mariah. But this time, since I’m already here —
Jack: Okay, okay, okay, I’ll look at what you have. What is it?
Jack: Actually, this is quite good. I think kyle will like it.
Jack: Kyle, what can we do for you?
Summer: Look, mom, I’ve done my homework. I know that talia morgan is staying at the grand phoenix with no checkout date on record.
Phyllis: Oh, my goodness. How would you know that?
Summer: Helps to be the owner’s daughter.
Phyllis: Oh, summer, [Sighs] You’re jumping to conclusions. You’re blowing this out of proportion.
Summer: Mom, you’d better not be using this journalist to create some sort of hatchet job on diane.
Phyllis: I’m not gonna do that. I told you I’d never do that. I mean, just because I’m not walking around with a smile plastered on my face. You know, we — yeah. I mean, I’m not attacking diane, not doing… I have been the model employee at marchetti.
Summer: Mom, you haven’t even been there long enough to collect a paycheck. So forgive me if I’m not ready to throw you a parade for your good behavior, okay? Especially given my suspicions.
Phyllis: I love working with you. This is my dream — to work with my daughter. Why would I want to screw that up? Diane jenkins is not worth it.
Summer: I want to believe what you’re saying, mom. I really do. But I have a lot of questions about this talia morgan thing. It makes no sense why she would need to talk to you about ashland’s death. I mean, grandma, I sort of get because of the company and victoria. But you barely knew the guy.
Phyllis: Okay, okay, okay. Just… [ Sighs ] I begged nikki to go to the meeting with her. I begged her.
Summer: Why would you do that?
Phyllis: I did it for you.
Summer: For me?
Phyllis: Yeah. You know, I wanted to know what this talia morgan’s angle was. You know? I wanted to do my own reconnaissance, make sure that she wasn’t — she wasn’t desiring to throw you and kyle and little harrison under the bus. You know, I wanted to find out what she was gonna do and tell you what to watch out for. That’s — that’s what I was doing. I only care about being a good mom to you and a good grandma to that little harrison. Right? So that’s what that was about, whether you believe it or not.
Sally: I get what you’re saying about you and adam having a history. But that’s the key word, isn’t it — “history”? Because after all you’ve been through, there really is no going back, is there?
Chelsea: Well, you should take those words to heart, because you’re also history where adam’s concerned.
Sally: What’s your point?
Chelsea: Well, you know, even though you two weren’t involved very deeply or for very long, it’s always really painful when an affair ends. I just really admire the way you guys have handled the breakup. You got right back on your feet quickly. I think it’s very healthy and very mature, the way you both moved on.
Sally: [ Chuckles ]
Adam: A one-time offer? What is this, kevin? Some kind of threat?
Kevin: Threat, warning — call it whatever you like. Just give me back my computer.
Adam: [ Sighs ] I know that you hate me. So this unfounded accusation is personal. You don’t have any proof to back up what you’re saying, kevin?
Kevin: The only proof I need is that smug look on your face.
Adam: You don’t have a shred of evidence. If you did, you wouldn’t have come here alone. You’d be with an officer, holding a search warrant. Unless I missed that part. Is there a cop outside, waiting to make a big entrance?
Kevin: No. I’m here alone. There is no warrant.
Adam: [ Sighs ] Well, then, I guess we’re done here.
Lucas: [ Sighs ]
Adam: Sorry for the interruption. But, uh, was kevin bluffing, or was he telling the truth? Is the firewall impenetrable, or can you get through it?
Lucas: It shouldn’t be a problem to access a simple police report. As good as fisher claims to be, I’m sure I’m just as good, if not better.
Adam: That is what I’m talking about. It’s exactly the kind of service that I’m paying for.
Lucas: Speaking of paying, you didn’t mention that this report had anything to do with your father. If you’re planning on making moves against victor newman, the price for my skills just went up.
Adam: [ Chuckles ] Geez, man, is there anything that doesn’t merit a surcharge, in your opinion? If you deliver, trust me, I will make it worth your while.
Adam: [ Sighs ]
[ Cellphone rings ]
Chloe: Hi. How’d it go with adam?
Kevin: Not great. He denied everything, called my bluff.
Chloe: I’m sorry, but I have to ask. Do you think it’s possible he didn’t steal your laptop? Maybe it was just some random coincidence?
Kevin: I appreciate the wishful thinking, but I highly doubt it. He had this shady-looking guy there with him. I would bet everything that he’s the one who actually stole it, at adam’s request.
Chloe: And there was nothing that you could do?
Kevin: Couldn’t exactly turn the place upside-down with the two of them sitting there.
Chloe: So where does that leave you now?
Kevin: It leaves me totally screwed.
Summer: All I can say, mom, is I really hope that you’re telling me the truth right now.
Phyllis: Everything’s gonna be okay, I promise. Hey.
Billy: Hey, there, ladies. Listen, congratulations on your new job at marchetti. How is that going?
Phyllis: Uh, great. I’m really excited.
Billy: That’s good. Well, I’m happy for the both of you. Listen, I don’t want to interrupt. I just wanted to make sure that you got the paperwork on the final sale of grand phoenix.
Billy: Lily sent it to you a little bit ago.
Phyllis: Yep. Yep, I did. Looks great.
Billy: Okay, good. Well, have your lawyers look over it. There’s nothing in there that’s gonna surprise you. It’s exactly what we agreed to.
Phyllis: It’s right here. I’ve already looked it over. It seems fine.
Billy: Alright. Well, again, no pressure. Just sign that whenever you’re ready, and we’ll take the next step.
Billy: I’m gonna go check on my order. Good to see you both.
Summer: Mom, I know how much the grand phoenix means to you, everything it represents. Have you really considered this thoroughly? Are you absolutely sure that you are ready to say goodbye to it?
Kyle: Did I miss something? I wasn’t aware of a marchetti-jabot meeting on the books.
Jack: There wasn’T. This was an — an impromptu business conversation.
Kyle: I see. I’ve been looking for you, mom. There’s a pressing matter I need you to review.
Diane: Oh, okay. Well, I think we’ve covered everything here. Lead the way.
Jack: [ Sighs ]
Diane: So, what is it that you need?
Kyle: I need you to tell me exactly what you were doing in there with my dad. Hi, I’m nancy.
Phyllis: Wow. Those — all those hours of hard work that I put into that hotel
[Sighs] All boil down to numbers on a screen. Significant numbers — that’s for sure — but still numbers nonetheless.
Summer: Mom, didn’t you hear billy? He said that there’s no rush for this, and I agree with him. I think that you need to take a minute — take all the time you need to figure out if this is what you really want.
Phyllis: Um… no, no. Time to make it official. Alright? Here we go. Whew. Okay, well, there you go. Okay? [ Laughs ]
Summer: [ Sighs ]
Phyllis: [ Sighs ] So good.
[ Clears throat ] That’s done.
Billy: Yeah, I saw that. Happened sooner than I expected.
Phyllis: Why prolong the inevitable?
Billy: I got to ask you. You’re sure you want to do this? Seems like there’s more to the story than you’re telling me.
Phyllis: Yeah, there is. You know, all the naysayers in this town who look down on me. It’s my chance to prove to them once again… that there’s nothing I can’t do.
Diane: I just wanted to get jack’s advice about something I’ve been working on. You know, I’m still finding my way, and I want to make sure I get things right.
Kyle: But why are you going to my father when you work for marchetti, not jabot?
Diane: Well, to be honest, it’s — [Sighs] It’s easier for me to take advice and take constructive criticism from jack. Kyle, I want you to be proud of me. And I don’t want you to regret your decision to give me this opportunity. But I promise, next time, I will go straight to mariah.
Kyle: Yeah, I don’t think so.
Diane: You don’t want me to go to her first?
Kyle: I mean, I don’t think that’s the real reason you were in there. I saw you through the window. You were obviously flirting with him. And I’m here to tell you now, it needs to stop. It’s wrong.
Diane: Kyle, you are completely misreading the situation and the dynamic between jack and me. I appreciate his guidance and friendship, but that’s it. There’s nothing more.
Kyle: I really hope so.
[ Sighs ]
Sally: It seems like you have misinterpreted what adam and I found together. Just because it’s over doesn’t mean what we had wasn’t intensely passionate, real, and incredibly strong. So strong, in fact, adam ultimately chose to put my best interests first.
Chelsea: So you’re saying he dumped you for your own good?
Sally: The only reason he broke up with me was to protect and support my dreams. He wanted to make sure that i got this incredible opportunity where he knew I would flourish. And there is only one word for that kind of sacrifice — love. Extraordinary love.
Chelsea: I can come up with a few other words for this load —
Sally: Adam still cares about me, and I’m sure he still cares about you, but it seems like you’re projecting a lot more onto your connection than what actually still exists.
[ Cellphone rings ]
Billy: Can you meet me
in the recording studio?
Chelsea: I have to go. Let me make something clear. You may think you understand adam and know everything about me. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Sally: [ Sighs ]
Adam: [ Sighs ]
Jack: Can you come by the
Lucas: I’m in. I accessed the gcpd portal as kevin fisher, and I was able to pull up the police report on the ashland locke case.
Adam: Oh, I knew it. Ashland was at victoria’s house that night. “There was A…” there was an altercation. Nick hit him, and ashland was presumed dead, but then somehow he went missing. Wait a minute. Oh. Oh, here we go. Well, well, well. Isn’t that fascinating? Ashland’s body was found in his car at the bottom of a ravine, but an unidentified driver was caught on tape in it at a nearby gas station before the time of the crash. Right. Only a small sample of locke’s blood was found and a partial fingerprint, but it doesn’t match the deceased.
Lucas: Look, buddy, I don’t know what this has to do with your father, and frankly, i don’t care. Okay? So if that’s all you need from me, I’m gonna take my money and be on my way, alright?
Adam: You’ll find that that more than covers it, including all the additional fees that you tacked on, okay? Thanks, man. Nicely done.
Lucas: Okay. Pleasure doing business with you.
[ Sighing ]
Adam: Conclusion — ashland locke died from head trauma most likely caused from the car crash. Yeah. [ Sighs ] Somehow I don’t think that’s what happened. Dear old dad had the crash staged, and chance decided to look the other way. (Vo) is she tired? Sad? Mad? Bored?
“The young and the restless”
will continue. ( )
Billy: Hey, thanks for coming by.
Chelsea: How could I not? I was intrigued by your message.
Billy: Intrigued by my message? That was a very simple text message. What was so alluring?
Chelsea: Well, I thought, after our last conversation, this is the last place you would ask me to meet you. You said you were stepping away from all this.
Billy: Yes, I-I did.
Chelsea: So, did you listen to what I had to say, and you’re gonna reconsider? Did you decide to follow your passion, and you’re gonna continue working with me?
Billy: [ Sighs ]
Chloe: There you are. I was wondering where you were.
Sally: Sorry I’m late. I ran into chelsea.
Chloe: Oh, let me guess. You got into it when you should have just walked away.
Sally: [ Chuckles ] I can’t help it. That woman brings out the worst in me, especially when she takes every opportunity to rub the end of my relationship with adam in my face.
Chloe: It always just comes back to adam, doesn’t it? I am just so sick and tired of hearing his name every damn day!
Sally: [ Sighs ]
Jack: Adam. Hey, come on in.
Adam: Sorry, I didn’t reply to your texts earlier. I was tied up. Is now a good time?
Jack: Yeah, it’s a great time. I just wanted to touch base with you and see where your head was on coming to jabot as my new co-ceo. Have a seat.
Adam: [ Sighs ] So, I, um, promised you I would give it some serious thought. And, uh, I have. Working side-by-side with you would be an honor, and it would be a great opportunity.
Jack: We could be a powerful team.
Adam: I agree. And it means a lot to me that you even extended this offer. But, um, unfortunately, I’m going to have to decline.
Jack: Okay. I won’t deny that I am disappointed. Could I ask why you’re passing?
Adam: I actually have another project that I am working on, and I need to see if it’s going to pan out.
Jack: I’m not sure I like the sound of that. If whatever you’re working on has anything to do with what we discussed — your animosity toward your father — I can tell you, revenge is never quite as sweet as it’s cracked up to be.
Adam: Well, you don’t need to worry about me, jack. I am — I’m good.
Jack: You left that job because you wanted to put all things newman behind you. So do that. Break the cycle once and for all with victor. Put yourself out there, find something positive, and never look back.
Adam: Yeah, that’s — that’s ultimately what I’m trying to do, jack.
Jack: Good. You’ve come a long way already. I hate to see you lose well-earned momentum. Use all of that energy in a way that brings you the happiness and success that you deserve.
Adam: Well, thank you for the advice. Really, I can’t tell you how much your support and your friendship means. And I really hope that you find somebody worthy to sit next to you at the helm at jabot.
Jack: No rush. As a matter of fact, I will leave that job open just in case you change your mind.
Adam: [ Chuckles ]
Jack: Adam, I hope you’ll take to heart what I just said to you.
Adam: I will.
[ Knock on door ]
Kyle: Uh, sorry. Am I interrupting something?
Adam: No, I was just leaving.
Jack: Take care, adam.
Adam: See ya, jack.
Kyle: I was just coming to update you about the marchetti budget meeting that just wrapped up, but that can wait. What was the visit from adam all about?
Jack: I offered him your old job at jabot.
Kyle: What? Co-ceo?
Jack: Yeah, I was gonna tell you, but I was gonna wait to find out if he was interested.
Kyle: And was he?
Jack: You can relax. He turned me down.
Kyle: Thank god.
[ Sighs ] Sorry, dad. I know how fond you are of him. And to be honest, adam is a talented executive. But jabot doesn’t need him or his baggage.
Jack: Before you go too far in dissing the man, there’s always the chance he will change his mind and come.
Kyle: I really hope he doesn’T. We have a lot of personalities to manage in this building.
Jack: It seems to me you’re managing a lot today.
Jack: I think we need to discuss what happened with diane in here earlier.
[Acoustic soul music throughout]
Jack: I didn’t for one minute buy your flimsy excuse for getting diane out of here. Stop babysitting.
Kyle: I wouldn’t describe it like that. I was just looking out for my father.
Jack: I can look out for myself, thank you very much.
Kyle: You and everyone else are worried about how I would deal with my mother being back in my life. I’m handling it fine. I’m more concerned about you. And I hope you know she’s becoming attached to you.
Jack: I can’t know that for sure, and neither can you. But I can assure you, though there is a growing level of trust between us, I am always cautious where diane is concerned, and I have no interest in having a romantic relationship with her.
Kyle: I can’t tell you how relieved I am to hear that. But I have noticed the two of you spending more and more time together lately.
Jack: Yes, as parents and grandparents. I assure you, I am keeping an eye on diane. Look, you have decided to give her a second chance, and I think that’s commendable. I, on the other hand, though I am being polite and at times friendly, I am always on guard where she’s concerned. I know the damage that she can do. I am not gonna let that happen again. Are we clear on this?
Kyle: Of course.
Jack: Good. Stop looking for trouble where there is none. Focus on your beautiful wife, your amazing son, and this tremendous new job you have — all the good things in your life.
Kyle: As usual, you’re right.
Billy: I did not change my mind. I’m sorry. I need to devote 100% of myself to my job as coo, not only to support lily but I made a commitment to chancellor-winters. I hope you can understand that.
Chelsea: I could make a whole speech, you know, about how you should do what you want to do, as opposed to what you think you need to do, and how that will affect your overall happiness in life. But you know what? I’m not gonna do it. I’m not gonna do it. You made a choice, and I have to respect that.
Billy: I appreciate that.
Chelsea: Okay. So if you’re so determined to be a corporate drone, why did you ask me to meet you tonight?
Billy: Well, I thought we could do one last podcast, almost like a farewell, where i officially pass the torch to you.
Chelsea: Just, that makes me feel weird. I’m so new to this. I don’t feel comfortable doing the podcast by myself.
Billy: I understand that. I mean, look, I didn’t know what I was doing when I first sat in this chair. I think some people would say that I still don’t know what I’m doing. But you got this. I know you do. I mean, you’ve got the instincts. You proved that when you came in here and changed what I was doing and made it better. You got a finger on the pulse of what people want to hear.
Chelsea: It’s one thing to fine-tune something that already exists. It’s much different than starting from scratch.
Billy: I believe in you, chelsea. Like I said, you transformed this dour, boring podcast into something uplifting, something that even sparkles, much like you. Okay? And I am very grateful that you came into the picture.
Sally: This isn’t about adam. This is about chelsea and the way that she treats me. It is not my fault that she couldn’t rekindle her failed relationship with him. And it is not my fault that she chose to walk away from a lucrative career to babble into a microphone with billy abbott. Yet somehow I am still the enemy.
Chloe: I think it’s a two-way street.
Chelsea: I give as good as i get, because, clearly, that woman loves seeing me suffer. But I refuse to give her the satisfaction.
Chloe: Look, I know that you’re hurting, but chelsea is hurting, too. She’s lost a lot. But this isn’t a competition, and you both need to just chill out. And thanks to adam, I am dealing with a much bigger problem than your little squabble with chelsea.
Sally: What are you talking about?
Chloe: I’m talking about what your ex did to kevin. (Nathan m) secondhand smoke
Kyle: [ Sighs ]
Summer: Kyle? What’s going on? You didn’t even see me. What’s got you so preoccupied?
Kyle: I saw my mom in my dad’s office.
Summer: Okay. What’s the big deal about that?
Kyle: She was not-so-subtly flirting with him.
Summer: Oh, my god. What did you do?
Kyle: Call her on it, of course, but she very sincerely denied it and told me I had it all wrong. And I warned my dad. I got a major scolding.
Summer: About what?
Kyle: Spending too much time worrying about my mother and what she was up to with him and with phyllis. I realized my dad’s right. And I know how stressed out you’ve been about my mom and phyllis, just as much as I have.
Summer: Because we have to protect the company. Any issues between our mothers is potentially problematic.
Kyle: But they’re adults. Even if they’re adults who hate each other. And we can’t keep constantly spending our days keeping an eye on them.
Summer: I get it. I get your logic, but I have reservations. I just left from talking to my mom, and she swore up and down that she’s not up to anything regarding diane. But I just don’t know if I can believe her. As much as I want to, just something about it doesn’t ring true to me.
Kyle: I know the feeling. I felt the same way after talking to my mom. But as of now, they haven’t done anything wrong that we know of. If they cross a line, then we can act. Right now, we need to stop hovering, let go of all the tension we’ve been carrying around.
Summer: Okay. I’m with you. It’s time for us to step back and let go.
Phyllis: [ Sighs ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Sighs ]
[ Thud ] Talia. Hi. It’s phyllis summers. I’m great. Thank you. Um, listen, I’m in the grand phoenix lobby. Do you have a second to meet? Actually… I have some ideas regarding your interest in diane jenkins.
Chloe: Kevin’s laptop was stolen, and we have every reason to believe that adam is the one behind it.
Sally: Why would adam want kevin’s laptop?
Chloe: Kevin thinks it has to do with finding out more about ashland locke’s death.
Sally: [ Scoffs ] I mean, adam has been obsessed with chance’s investigation. I’m just sorry that kevin got dragged into this.
Chloe: Yeah, you and me both.
Sally: Adam seems convinced that victor and the rest of his family have something to hide. I guess he just got fed up asking questions, so he decided to take matters into his own hands.
Chloe: Well, needless to say, kevin is furious.
Sally: Yeah, I bet. I’m not going to ask you to tell me what was on that computer that has got kevin so worried. So the question becomes, if adam finds what he’s looking for, what the hell is he gonna do with it next?
Chloe: [ Sighs ]
Adam: [ Sighs ] Hey, chance, it’s adam. Hey, look, we need to get together as soon as possible. It’s urgent. And believe me, you’re gonna want to take this meeting.
Chelsea: What if we focus on midlife career changes?
Chelsea: Finding new passion after years of going down another path?
Billy: Yeah, see, I’m gonna live till I’m 110, so I’m not quite ready for the midlife crisis.
Chelsea: Oh, you’re delusional and in denial.
Billy: True, true. But you’re onto something. What if we focus on continuing to find your true life passion throughout your life?
Chelsea: Kind of like the old adage, “if you love what you do, you’ll never work a day in your life.”
Billy: Look at you. You’re gonna be brilliant at this.
Chelsea: No, it’s just because I have you here to bounce ideas off of.
Billy: Well, yeah, we are good together. This relationship is unlike any other one that I have in my life. It’s a unique connection.