Young & The Restless Transcript
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Sharon: Oh! Hair dryer?
Adam: What’s going on here? Okay, what kind of covert operation did I walk in on?
Faith: Big news, adam. Your kidney’s going to college today.
Adam: [ Chuckles ]
Nikki: Can you believe our granddaughter is already heading off to college?
Victor: I’m so impressed with her. And what a beautiful girl, you know? She is — she is really something. I think she will be very successful.
Nikki: I assume you’ll be continuing your chess games long distance?
Victor: Ooh, I already have made the first move via an app.
Nikki: Yes, of course you have.
Victor: Yeah. By the way, talking about moves, someone told me they saw you in town talking to a journalist from california. Talia morgan?
Nikki: [ Sighs ] Does anything happen in this town that you don’t hear about?
Victor: Sweetheart, have you ever known anything to slip by me?
Nikki: Well, truth be told, talia initially came to town to write about the impact of ashland’s death on our family.
Victor: Hmm. Sorry to hear that.
Nikki: But with a little help from me, she quickly realized that the more compelling story is diane’s return from the dead. And I was more than happy to provide as much dirt as possible for what I hope will be a beautiful hatchet job.
Victor: [ Chuckles ] I bet you were.
Phyllis: I cannot believe how much fun I’m having working with you.
Summer: It has been pretty great. I am so excited for your ideas for marchetti’s new home line.
Phyllis: Mm, so am I.
Summer: You know, there’s just one thing that’s still kind of distracting me. It’s — it’s that article that talia morgan was writing about ashland.
Phyllis: Um, you — right. What about it?
Summer: Well, I’ve been on the lookout for it, you know, in case it takes a negative spin or twists any of the facts. I want to stay on top of anything that could be detrimental to harrison in the future.
Phyllis: Oh, of course. Of course. I mean, talia — she’s an investigative journalist. I mean, she only writes about the truth. She’s not gonna do anything to an innocent little boy.
Summer: You’re probably right, but… I don’t know. I’m still just curious. Like, what else is there to say about the guy? Just feels like old news by now, right? And the article hasn’t even come out yet. Not that I’ve seen, at least. I mean, where is it?
Phyllis: She’s probably trying to, you know, get other sources, um, confirm the information she has garnered. Wait a second. You still don’t trust me, do you?
Jack: These marchetti projections look very strong. You’re doing a great job, son, setting the company up for future success.
Kyle: As much as I’d like to take the credit, summer is the driving force. I take my lead from her creative decisions. She makes it easy.
Jack: Always good to have someone you can count on. Which reminds me, I need to tell you something and I’m not sure you’re gonna be happy to hear it. Pain hits fast.
Nikki: I have got high hopes for talia’s story.
Victor: Now, what exactly do you intend to accomplish with it?
Nikki: Well, I’m hoping that the sheer humiliation of seeing her crimes in print will be enough to drive her out of town, this time for good.
Victor: Yeah. Hmm.
Nikki: What? You disapprove?
Victor: No, no, no, no. I think diane jenkins needs to be dealt with. I agree.
Nikki: [ Sighs ] I’m glad.
Victor: But I want you to move with caution, okay? Remember — diane jenkins is kyle’s mother and summer’s mother-in-law. I don’t want anything to negatively impact that young family. Beyond that, anything you can do to blow diane jenkins out of the water is alright with me, okay?
Summer: I’m sorry. I can’t deny it. I am a little bit suspicious. I can’t help it, mom. It just seems like there’s something off with this whole thing.
Phyllis: What?! Why? I’m on my best behavior with diane.
Summer: I know, and to be honest, the longer that goes on, the more worried I get. It doesn’t even seem like it’s hard for you to stay calm, which leads me to suspect that there’s something else going on underneath your polite veneer.
Phyllis: Summer, I’m doing what you wanted me to do. I’m being nice to the woman. I mean, I don’t have to go and hang out with her at happy hour. I’m just biting my tongue. It’s hard, after everything that she’s done to me, but I’m doing it for you, okay? I’m just putting on the fake smile. See? It’s, like, a piece of cake.
Summer: Mom, I’ve seen your fake smile, and this is not it. I just — you know what? Never mind. Kyle and I made a pact that we would stop babysitting our mothers and just trust you two to not destroy each other.
Phyllis: That’s a good idea. Stick to that.
Summer: Don’t get me wrong, mom. I’m the one that convinced jack to invest in marchetti, and I’m going to do everything in my power to protect its integrity.
Jack: When I implied i wouldn’t be replacing you as co-ceo, I was letting you off the hook.
Kyle: Why would you do that?
Jack: Because I didn’t want to make you feel guilty about leaving jabot because I thought this move to marchetti was a great move for you.
Kyle: Yeah, well, i appreciate you making the transition easy for me, and this opportunity to work with summer is really a great fit. And I guess I’m okay with you filling the position as long as adam’s not my replacement. No. No, dad, don’t say it.
Jack: Adam changed his mind. Look, I honestly believe he is going to be a great addition to the jabot family. Besides, it will give grandpa jack more time with harrison.
Kyle: Hey, hey, I’m all for more grandpa time, but giving adam any power here — that’s a recipe for disaster.
Jack: I understand your reservations. Adam is looking for a fresh start, and I honestly think he’s put his worst behind him.
Kyle: Yeah, I still find that extremely hard to believe. But I’ve walked away from the co-ceo position, so it’s your decision. Still, I’m keeping my eye on him.
Jack: I would expect nothing less, but do me a favor. Please try to stay optimistic.
Kyle: [ Scoffs ] I guess I’ll have to try ’cause I have so many happy things going on in my life. In fact, I’m planning a bit of a surprise, and I’d like to enlist your help.
Jack: Okay. Sounds intriguing. What’s the plan?
Kyle: Mm, a wedding of sorts.
Jack: A wedding? For whom?
Sharon: Faith is headed to the university of michigan today.
Adam: Wow. Well, congratulations, faith.
Nick: Yeah, we’re gonna drop her off and help her get settled in.
Faith: I guess I should clarify. I’m taking your kidney back to college, since it already went once with you. But it’s my big freshman year, and if it hadn’t been for your donation, I wouldn’t be able to go. You made this day possible for me, and I want to thank you again.
Nick: We all do.
Sharon: Yes, I hope you know we’ll be forever grateful.
Adam: Well, I’m sure my kidney will have a much better time with faith anyway. So, I wish you a lot of luck and success on your new adventure.
Adam: Could I, uh, get a cup of coffee?
Adam: Sharon, this is a big day for you.
Sharon: Yeah. It is. Um, it’s an even bigger day for faith, though, and I’m so excited for her starting out this new chapter of her life.
Adam: Well, I guess, uh, faith and I have something more than a kidney in common then.
Sharon: What’s that?
Adam: I am starting a new chapter, too. I’m going to work with jack at jabot.
Sharon: When did that happen?
Adam: Yesterday. But jack and I have been discussing it for a while.
Sharon: I see.
Adam: I get the feeling you’re not, uh, entirely on board with this?
Sharon: Well, it’s not my decision to make. I wish you well. I just hope that you didn’t make this move so that you can stick it to victor.
Adam: No. I made it because jack actually values my input and respects my abilities as an executive. And I value his trust. So, my dad is a non-issue, as he should be.
Sharon: Well, that’s great. I’m glad to hear that. I’m glad you’re not channeling your anger into getting back at victor.
Sharon: And instead, you’ve found something positive to focus on. That’s really great. I’m sure sally will be happy, too.
Adam: Sally? Wh– why did you mention her?
Sharon: Oh, she confided in me again, and she’s worried about you.
Adam: She spoke to you again? Are these chats between the two of you becoming a regular thing?
Sharon: Oh, I… I mean, what does it even matter, right? You’re not interested in being with her anymore, so I don’t even know what difference it makes. My husband and I have never been more active.
Phyllis: Oh, thank goodness. No more babysitters. Yay!
Summer: You know, this isn’t a get out of jail free card, mom.
Phyllis: Yeah. Thank you.
Summer: Oh —
Summer: No. Mnh. Me.
Phyllis: You don’t have to worry about me. And I know it’s not a get out of jail free card. All I want to do for you, summer, is help you realize your dream and help you create something that’s long-lasting.
Summer: I certainly hope so.
Phyllis: Well, know so. This is a great opportunity for me, as well. And diane — she’s just, you know, an annoying byproduct.
Summer: Seriously? You just can’t help yourself from taking a cheap shot at her.
Phyllis: No, I can’T. Given our history, I can’T. Understand that. All the tension between me and diane — it will die out. And given that, um, if diane self-implodes, well, you know — that might be possible, even inevitable — will I shed a tear? No chance.
Kyle: The wedding summer and I had in milan was beautiful and unforgettable.
Jack: I absolutely concur.
Kyle: But I know there was one thing summer regrets. She missed having a celebration here in genoa city. So I was wondering if you’d be okay if I planned something at the house. Dad, did I ask for too much? Do you think I’m going overboard with this idea?
Jack: No, no, no, it’s — it’s a beautiful idea. My heart just swelled with the thought. I would be honored to celebrate your marriage in the abbott home.
Kyle: Great. Thank you. Oh, uh, I haven’t told summer about this. I wanted to make sure I planned everything first.
Jack: I’m sure she will be thrilled. Listen, we can talk about this some more. I’ve got to get to a meeting.
Kyle: Yeah, sure.
Jack: You can count on me to help in any way I can. Whatever it takes to make this celebration special.
Diane: What’s this about a celebration?
Adam: Excuse me, sharon.
Sally: [ Sighs ] I’m not sure I’m up for dealing with you right now.
Adam: Will you please join me on the patio? It will just take a moment.
Sally: I’m very busy, but, um…yeah, I think I could spare a minute.
Nick: Everything okay?
Sharon: Um, yeah, fine. I was just, um… anyway, where do we stand on this list?
Faith: Everything is almost packed, shipped, or crossed off the to-dos. We should be ready to leave this afternoon right on schedule.
Adam: Faith’s going off to college. I hope sharon’s ready. But I’m happy for faith. Big turning point in her life.
Sally: Good for faith. Happy for her. But I know you didn’t call me out here to talk about the adventures of your niece. So…what’s going on?
Music (“I swear”) plays
Adam: I don’t mean to beat around the bush. I know you’re busy. How are things going at newman media?
Sally: Things are going amazingly well. Chloe and I are setting the stage for some really big moves.
Adam: Mm. Well, it sounds like you and the newmans are working well together.
Sally: Actually, I haven’t had much one-on-one time with victoria, but nick is proving to be a terrifically nurturing and supportive boss.
Adam: Hmm. I’m not surprised. I knew you would work your magic and impress them enough to seal your position there.
Sally: Of course you did. It’s the whole reason why you broke up with me, isn’t it? Are we done here?
Adam: Look — no. Please. Will you just let me say what I need to say?
Nikki: Summer will benefit from diane’s departure just as much as the rest of the abbotts and the newmans. That woman staying in town will be a disaster for everybody.
Victor: I couldn’t agree more. But you must remember that it was summer who encouraged kyle to reconnect with his mother, although she knew the risks.
Nikki: Yes, but it’s obvious she’s only tolerating diane for his sake. I mean, the woman is not the kind of mother or mother-in-law that those kids deserve — or any kind of grandmother for harrison. I just know that when diane shows her true colors, everybody will see her for the fraud that she is. And then kyle’s eyes will be opened and summer can be loving and supportive, but not at all surprised.
Jack: She’s all yours.
Kyle: Okay, mom.
Diane: [ Chuckles ]
Kyle: I will tell you, but first, you need to understand this is a big surprise for summer. So, can I trust you to keep a secret?
Diane: Yes. My lips are sealed. I promise.
Kyle: [ Chuckles ] I’m planning a wedding celebration for my wife in her hometown, with all of her family and friends to witness.
Diane: Oh, kyle! That is so sweet and wildly romantic.
Kyle: Oh, I think summer will love the idea.
Diane: I know she will. And I want to do whatever I can to help make this the spectacular day you both deserve.
Kyle: Thanks for offering, mom.
Diane: Yeah. I am — I am just so grateful to be here with you and my grandson at such a happy and important time. I missed so many of these moments.
Kyle: Well, the good news is you’re here now.
Diane: Yeah. You know, I know this wedding you’re planning is for summer, but, in a way, it — it almost feels like it’s for me, too, since I wasn’t here the first time. I am over the moon that I get to celebrate such a wonderful milestone with you. It’s gonna be so special.
Kyle: Well, that’s the plan.
[ Indistinct conversation ]
Summer: Looks like we walked in on something.
Diane: Oh, just, um, another day of counting my blessings. But I really need to get back to work. Uh…nice dress, phyllis.
Phyllis: Thank you so much. It’s marchetti.
Diane: [ Sighs ]
Faith: The last thing to do is say goodbye to noah. But I will be back in plenty of time to catch up with him before we leave.
Faith: [ Chuckles ]
Nick: And there goes our baby girl. She’s all grown up, ready to take on the world.
Sharon: She’s my last one. Mariah’s married now, starting a life of her own.
Nick: And we’re very happy for her.
Sharon: Yep. And I remember when noah left. Broke my heart a little.
Nick: Yeah, me too. But we survived. And look — now he’s back.
Sharon: Yeah, you know, and faith is gonna be back soon, too. I mean, after all, the holidays are coming, and — and there’s three-day weekends. She said that she wants to work for newman when she graduates, so I would imagine she’ll move back to genoa city permanently.
Nick: Unless she wants to go work at one of our european divisions.
Sharon: No. Don’t even think that.
Nick: [ Chuckles ]
[ Cellphone pings ]
[ Groans ]
Sharon: What? Trouble?
Nick: No. It’s just my dad. He wants to see me.
Sharon: Oh. Well, why don’t you go and do that? We still have some time before we need to leave. I hope it’s nothing serious.
Nick: When it’s my dad, when is it not serious? Oh, no. What’s wrong?
Tessa: [ Sighs ] I brought in ensure max protein
“The young and the restless”
[Sfx: Buzzing ] This is pretection
Tessa: I just — I can’t believe it. I really can’T.
Mariah: We had an awful morning.
Sharon: What happened?
Mariah: Uh, we got turned down by a private adoption attorney.
Sharon: What? Why? I mean, I knew there’d be hurdles, but not right out of the gate.
Mariah: We wanted to be open about our past. We didn’t want to hide anything.
Tessa: We thought it was better than risking things come out and potentially delaying or affecting the process.
Mariah: So much for honesty being the best policy.
Sharon: What did this attorney say?
Mariah: Uh, she didn’t feel like it would be likely that we would be chosen by a prospective birth mother when we were compared to people that didn’t have…criminal records.
Nikki: I don’t know where the time goes. Can you believe that little dominic is already a year old? On top of faith going off to college.
Victor: Yep. All these milestones puts things in perspective, doesn’t it?
Nikki: Yes, it certainly does. But something tells me that you’re talking about something more specific.
Victor: Well, I can’t help but think about adam’s place in the family.
Nikki: I’m sorry that he’s let you down yet again.
Victor: I think this time it may be different. He promised not to be revengeful, you know? I mean, he could have evidence that could cause a lot of trouble for our family, but i haven’t seen it anywhere.
Nikki: Darling, please promise me that you won’t get your hopes up again. I mean, you should be focusing on how well your other children are doing. I know that adam’s distance is breaking your heart, but it’s not your fault that he seems incapable of being a meaningful member of this family.
Victor: I still feel there’s a chance that he’ll come around.
Nikki: Maybe there’s just too many wounds, too much anger over the years.
Victor: But I’m not gonna give up on him. He’s my son.
Sally: I know you have nowhere to be, but I do, and I’m not gonna let my work slide because of you.
Adam: Actually, I have somewhere to be now, too. Jack offered me co-ceo at jabot, and, uh, I took him up on it.
Sally: When did that happen? Did you have this cushy new job lined up when you walked out on me at newman media?
Adam: Mnh. Jack offered it to me out of the blue after I quit.
Sally: Huh. How’s that going for you? Bet you’re juggling a lot with this big new job and doing everything in your power to destroy your father at the same time.
Summer: Hey, what was — what was going on earlier when my mom and I walked in? You and diane seemed almost conspiratorial.
Kyle: Nothing for you to worry about. My mom’s emotions get the better of her sometimes, that’s all. She still finds it hard to believe that she was able to get her life back after all these years. And, hey, we need to go. We’re late for the conference call with milan.
Summer: Oh. Yeah.
Phyllis: Eavesdropping a little?
Diane: [ Scoffs ] Of course not. I was just marveling at how happy our kids are.
Phyllis: Mm-hmm. And I’d like them to stay that way.
Diane: I’d like nothing more.
Phyllis: So, that little moment that summer and I walked in on?
Diane: Life is full of all kinds of moments, but that one was not for public consumption.
Phyllis: Oh, that’s interesting, considering how your life has been served up for public consumption today. Oh, you haven’t seen it? We really had our hands full with our two-year-old.
Sharon: This adoption attorney’s decision is just absurd, and it’s wrong. You too aren’t criminals. Where does she get off saying something like that about you?
Tessa: It’s true. We haven’t actually broken the law in a long time.
Mariah: But our records are far from spotless. I mean, I cringe to think at all the break-ins and robberies i committed.
Sharon: But you were forced into a cult by the people who stole you from me. They should be the ones taking all the blame for that. Ian ward — he couldn’t teach anyone right from wrong.
Tessa: I mean, I’m not innocent, either. I blackmailed you, nikki, phyllis, and victoria, and i stole nikki’s gun.
Sharon: But you did all of that to protect your sister, who was in very serious danger.
Tessa: Yeah, well, that part didn’t go over well with the lawyer, either. Turns out being mixed up with a sex-trafficking operation does not make us look like the best prospective parents.
Mariah: It’s enough to have lived through all of that trauma, but now it feels like we’re being punished for it. Years later. It’s not fair.
Tessa: I was prepared for this to be a long and difficult process, but I was not prepared for the person who’s supposed to be our advocate to reject us before we even get started.
Mariah: We thought we had gone through some horrible times and we had finally put it all behind us and moved on.
Sharon: Well, you did. And you have. I’m sorry, but this is just outrageous. I hope that the two of you are not planning on giving up now.
Phyllis: Oh, I guess you haven’t seen the latest, um, posting on talia morgan’s magazine site.
Diane: [ Scoffs ]
Phyllis: I suppose she decided to scrap her article on ashland and do deep dive into your life.
Diane: [ Scoffs ]
Phyllis: Wow. Well, it’s a banner headline on her site.
Diane: Oh, and it’s what? It’s what? Just a bunch of gossip.
Phyllis: No. She’s not a gossip columnist. You know that. She’s an investigative journalist. You know — because you were fawning all over her yesterday.
Diane: Yeah, and this woman wrote about what exactly? Old news? Because I haven’t done anything wrong in years.
Phyllis: Mm. So says you.
Diane: Look, the people who matter have moved on from the past, and I don’t have the energy for those clinging to it.
Phyllis: You’ve been on your best behavior since you came into town, diane. But after reading this article, everyone will know that you are the most despicable and the most hated woman in genoa city. And that must disturb you in so many ways.
Diane: [ Sighs heavily ] “The long and winding road of diane jenkins. Back from the dead.”
Nikki: Ooh, this is too good. “Years ago, diane jenkins appeared to be the victim of a vicious murder.”
Victor: Whoa. So, your handiwork has paid off?
Nikki: Oh, you bet it has. Listen to this. “Now she has returned to the scene of the crime, alive and well and hoping to pick up where she left off.” But can she really overcome the trail of destruction she left behind?” I’ve got to give talia a call and tell her how brilliant this article is.
Victor: [ Laughs ]
[ Door closes ]
Nick: Hey, dad.
Victor: Hi, son.
Nick: Uh, I’m guessing your summons has to do with faith leaving today. Did you forget to give her a gift or something?
Victor: No. It has to do with my concern about sally spectra. How do you think she’s doing at newman media?
Nick: So far, she’s lived up to our expectations.
Victor: Really? But not to mine. I’d asked her to try to convince adam to stay with the company, and she was not able to do that. So, as far as I’m concerned, she’s not up to her task.
Adam: I don’t want to talk about my father. I am worried about you right now.
Sally: Well, you certainly don’t need to be.
Adam: Not according to chloe.
Sally: [ Chuckles ] What did she say to you?
Adam: She — she was simply acting out of concern for her friend and boss. But she accused me of trying to mess with your head, which was never my intention.
Sally: Well, for your information, my head is perfectly fine. Completely un-messed with.
Adam: I certainly want to believe that. And chloe was very adamant that I need to make it clear that there is no future for us as a couple.
Sally: [ Sighs ] I cannot believe that chloe’s actually getting involved in my personal life. So, is that the reason why you brought me out here — to follow through with chloe’s request? You want to give me more reasons why you don’t want to be with me? Is there really anything that you could say that could hurt me more than you already have?
Adam: No, sally. Okay? You’ve got it all wrong.
Sally: Then what?
Adam: I want to say that I’m sorry. Your heart is at the heart of everything you do.
Sharon: That adoption attorney better not have discouraged you in any way, okay? We’ll find another one. We’ll find a better one, one that can see that you two have gotten your lives together in spectacular fashion.
Mariah: You’re more than biased, okay? You’re my mom, for god’s sake.
Tessa: And mine, too, pretty much.
Sharon: Which puts me in the perfect position to know that both of you will be great parents.
Mariah: Thank you, mom.
Sharon: And neither one of you are quitters. You know, it takes faith most of all, but it also takes strength and stamina to be a parent. And I can testify that you both have that and a lot more. A mom is someone who speaks up for someone else who just had surgery and can’t talk for themselves. A mom is someone who knows that their loved one is going through something, even if they’re miles and miles away. Your past is not gonna make you worse parents. It’s going to make you better because you learned from it. And you’ll know how to keep your own children away from falling into those same traps. You just watch. Your kids are gonna be the greatest gift in your life. And they’ll also be your greatest heartaches sometimes, too, unfortunately. But you will be their rocks. You’ll be there with them every step of the way, until one day they’ve grown up and they go out into the world on their own. But you won’t worry about that because you’ll know that you have prepared them for it. And you’ll still be there with them, coaching them through all of life’s journeys, all the highs and lows… because that is what a good mother does. Come here.
Mariah: [ Sighs, sniffles ]
Phyllis: I knew you wouldn’t be able to resist.
Diane: [ Scoffs ]
Phyllis: Juicy, isn’t it? And I forgot to tell you — apparently, it’s not just this article. This is the first of a series of articles on you.
Diane: [ Sighs ]
Phyllis: Wait till everybody gets a load of this.
Jack: [ Breathes deeply ]
Nick: Come on, dad. You didn’t honestly believe sally was gonna talk adam into doing something he was determined not to, right? I mean, that was never gonna happen. Adam is nothing if not stubborn.
Victor: Your brother always had a chip on his shoulder when it came to doing a favor for his family, you know? But I still think sally specter should have been able to convince him to stay with newman media.
Nick: Adam didn’t just walk away from newman media and the family. He also walked away from sally. I get the impression she was very hurt by the way he did it, even though he claims to have done it for her. She just wants to put the whole situation in her rearview mirror.
Victor: Do you really think sally spectra is able to run a company?
Nick: I know you don’t want to hear this, but she’s done everything we’ve asked of her, and she’s done a great job. And I actually think she’s gonna do an even better job and excel once she gets adam out of her system.
Victor: Yeah, but, see, that’s the point, son. Again, personal feelings — what does that have to do with running a company? Nothing. I don’t think she’s capable of it. Besides that, do you remember that she convinced summer to move to milan, thereby endangering the relationship with kyle? I don’t trust that woman. I think you should fire her.
Sally: So, what exactly are you sorry for? Because I have a long list of your offenses that are apology-worthy.
Adam: And I apologize for every single one of them, sally, okay? I was a cruel jerk. And I feel terrible for lying to you. And I should have trusted that you and I — we could have decided together how to handle the situation. Instead, I didn’t let you weigh in at all.
Sally: Yeah, that wasn’t fair to me.
Adam: I know. But all I could think about was protecting you and your position at newman media. I mean, the last thing that i wanted is for my family’s distrust of me to impact your opportunity to shine in your role. And you have. You have. You have proven yourself worthy, despite all the doubts that they have had about you.
Sally: Yeah. Apparently, they had more faith in me than you did.
Adam: I didn’t want you to be collateral damage in this war that I was gonna re-launch with my family. But now…there is no war. And I just — I should’ve believed that you and I, as a team, could figure out a way to keep you out of it. You know, I guess I just — I have been burned too many times, and I have made mistakes in my past that I never wanted to make again.
Sally: Like with chelsea.
Adam: Mm-hmm. Okay, sally, you and I — we were always better working together. And I should have trusted in that, should have trusted in us. And I know you have every reason to think this is just more bull from me. But you know me. You see right through my lies, and you have been right about me this whole time. So, can’t you tell this is sincere? This apology is coming from my heart. Is there any way that you can forgive me?
Next week on “the young and the restless”…
Billy: “Oh,” as in that’s not a big deal, or “oh,” as in you’re not happy that I spend any time with her?
Lauren: We’re having a problem with the direction of the shoot. And if I’m to be honest, it’s with tessa.
Adam: Just thought you might want to know that I’ve taken a job at jabot as jack’s co-ceo.