Y&R Transcript Tuesday, September 6, 2022

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Imani: How’s business today, mr. Coo?

[ Both laugh ]

Nate: Imani. I knew devon decided to fly to virginia to see amanda, but I did not know you were coming back home.

Imani: Actually, it was amanda’s turn to come back, but she couldn’t tear herself from mom and wanted to keep an eye on things at the clinic.

Nate: So you decided to come back instead.

Imani: I thought one of us had to come here to keep the legal wheels turning, so here i am.

Nate: Well, it is really good to see you.

Imani: It’s good to be seen.

Billy: Whoa. I don’t — I’m sorry if I gave you the wrong impression, but that — that was a mistake.

Chelsea: [ Sighs ]

Billy: Chelsea.

Chelsea: Billy.

Billy: Hey. How you doing?

Chelsea: I’m great. I’m great.

Billy: Good.

Chelsea: Yeah. Yeah, it’s a beautiful day. Just soaking up the sunshine.

Billy: Right.

Chelsea: So, um… I’m sure you’re busy, so don’t let me keep you.

Billy: Uh, no, I’m not, actually. I’m alright. And I’m actually glad that I ran into you. There’s a couple things I wanted to talk to you about.

Mariah: I still can’t believe that adoption agent refused to represent us.

Tessa: Yeah. I mean, look, I know we both have done things in the past that we regret, but that’s what it is. It’s the past.

Mariah: That’s certainly not how she saw it. She’s convinced that our arrest records make us too sketchy to be considered as adoptive parents. Not the reaction we were hoping for.

Tessa: So, what do we do now?

Nick: Okay, faith will be here shortly, and then we’ll get our college move-in road trip started. You all set?

Sharon: I think so. Finished all my errands, and, um, I packed a cooler with a bunch of drinks in it, got my phone charged so I can take a million pictures of her on campus. And I’m really excited for her. And I’m very proud.

Nick: Me too. But…

Sharon: But am I prepared to come back to a home without faith in it? I don’t know. It’s going to be strange without her around.

Nick: I know. But you know what? Noah and mariah and tessa — they’re not going anywhere. And christian will spend as much time with you as you’ll let him. We just have to do what families do and help each other out.

Sharon: I know. I have all of you guys.

Nick: Speaking of which, a couple members of my family were trying to help me earlier.

Sharon: Oh. I got your message that you were headed over to the ranch to meet your mom.

Nick: Yeah. We had a nice heart-to-heart talk. But before then, I got some advice from the last person i ever expected to offer it. Adam.

Victor: Hey, son. I hope this is a friendly visit. Or at least a civil one.

Adam: It was more of a courtesy call.

Victor: Mm-hmm.

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Nate: I’ve been getting updates on your mom’s progress. I’m sorry to hear she’s still in a coma.

Imani: Mm.

Nate: Hopefully her condition will change sometime soon. How have you been holding up?

Imani: It’s stressful. Between all the worrying about mom, the traveling back and forth, I am so worn out. But what else can I do? I can’t let exhaustion and jet lag get to me. I’ve got way too much work piled up for that.

Nate: I hope you’ve at least taken some time to eat.

Imani: Eat? Yeah, no.

[ Laughs ] I had to rush to catch my flight, and then I came straight to the office from the airport.

Nate: Mm. So, why don’t I catch you up on some things you might have missed while I buy you some lunch?

Imani: Sounds good. But just let me take care of a few things in the office, and then I am all yours.

Mariah: I’ll tell you what we’re gonna do. We are gonna look at this situation as half full, not half empty. I’m not gonna let this lawyer get inside of our heads and ruin our dream.

Tessa: No, you’re right. Just like sharon said. I mean, we can’t just give up and lose hope.

Mariah: I am not gonna let this setback undermine our confidence. We always knew that this was not going to be easy, okay? With our criminal records, our complicated past. It’s just facing the reality of it that’s hard. But we’re not gonna give up. And we’re gonna find somebody great to represent us.

Tessa: Yeah. I mean, someone who knows us and exactly what we’re looking for.

Mariah: Right. Somebody who’s gonna answer all of our questions and maybe even help us figure out what kind of adoption we want, you know, whether that’s a birth mom, international agency, or maybe even through the foster-care system.

Tessa: You know, considering all that we just went through and what lies ahead, maybe we should change our approach.

Mariah: What do you mean?

Tessa: Well, this is gonna be a long and emotional journey, and it would be invaluable for us to have someone who cares and wants to see us succeed. Maybe someone we already know?

Mariah: Okay. I see where you’re going. Christine.

Tessa: Yeah.

Mariah: Yeah, sharon told me that back in the day, she was the one who helped her get custody of cassie.

Tessa: I mean, yeah, exactly. Look, she doesn’t specialize in adoptions, but she certainly has enough experience in family law to handle this.

Mariah: She did an amazing job with dominic’s surrogacy agreement for abby.

Tessa: And she’s a friend we can trust.

Mariah: She knows what good mothers we would be. She knows everything that i went through with dom. I don’t think we could ask for a better advocate. The question is, would christine even want to represent us?

Tessa: Well, there’s only one way to find out.

Billy: I’m actually glad that I ran into you. Um… I don’t feel great about the way things ended between us as co-hosts of the podcast. I don’t know. I mean, how do you feel since our last taping? And let’s not talk about the weather, please, because we are better friends than that.

Chelsea: We are, and I’m actually glad I ran into you because there’s something I’ve been meaning to ask.

Billy: Sure. Go ahead.

Chelsea: Have you had a chance to talk to victoria about my request — to tell johnny I’m his biological mother, he and connor are actually brothers?

Billy: I have not…yet. Look, I’m sorry, chelsea. Victoria’s been away for work, and I’m sure you can appreciate that’s not really a conversation to be had over the phone.

Chelsea: No, of course it’s not, but I don’t want too much time to pass.

Billy: I understand that. Look, victoria was not prepared to have that conversation, especially since, you know, everything she’s been going through with ashland’s death.

Chelsea: I know. She’s been through a lot lately.

Billy: She has. And I guess what I can do is — is make sure that johnny and connor spend more time together, even if it is just as cousins in this moment.

Chelsea: Okay. That’s a step. That would be wonderful. You just let me know when because my schedule’s open these days.

Billy: Well, that’s the thing. It doesn’t have to be.

Chelsea: [ Sighs ]

Billy: Look, I think you should reconsider doing the podcast. I really do, even if it’s on your own or with a new partner.

Chelsea: Without you involved, I just don’t know what the format will be. I think it’s best if I just put all that behind me.

Billy: Do you really think that’s what’s best for you? Because I’m not sure I do. Time. It’s life’s most precious commodity,

[ Knock on door ]

Elena: Hey.

Lily: Hey.

Elena: Is now a good time?

Lily: Yes, of course. Come on in. Thank you for coming right over. I know you’re very busy.

Elena: Yeah, I had just enough time to drop by before i have to head to the hospital. But I am eager to discuss the podcast.

Lily: I know, and we officially can now that you’re a part of the chancellor-winters family.

Elena: Yes, and I have already started working on material. I want to make a really strong first impression.

Lily: What do you mean, first impression? You have a huge fan base from askmdnow. I mean, I think that your show is gonna be one of our most popular.

Elena: Well, that is a generous expectation.

Lily: Well, I mean, the numbers don’t lie. It’s just the truth. And your numbers back up everything that I’m saying. I also want you to know that i know that you have nate at home and you have devon across the hall, but I am also here if you ever want to chat. And the same with billy. I mean, he has a lot of experience with podcasts, so please feel free to reach out to him whenever you want.

Elena: Thank you.

Lily: We’re a team, you know? It doesn’t always feel that way, I’m sure, which leads me to the other reason why I wanted to speak to you privately.

Sharon: I want to hear more about this advice adam gave you.

Nick: Well, we just happened to run into each other. He asked me about ashland’s death and how I was coping with that. Wasn’t something I wanted to talk about, but I didn’t have to say much.

Sharon: Because he’s been through something similar himself?

Nick: Yeah. I mean, he gets what I’m going through, you know? The nightmares, the self-recrimination. The overwhelming guilt about taking another person’s life.

Sharon: But you know that was not your intent. Neither you nor adam wanted anything like that to happen.

Nick: Yeah. The whole situation — it just gives me more insight into my brother. I mean, I don’t feel, like, closer to him or anything, but I just — I guess I have a deeper understanding of him now, which is crazy because I thought I knew everything there was to know about him.

Sharon: Well, that’s a terrible thing to have in common. But it’s powerful to know that someone else can totally relate to what you’re going through. I hope that adam’s perspective was somehow beneficial to you.

Nick: Yeah. Um… I got the feeling he was sincere and he just wanted help. He even recommended that I go see a therapist to help me process everything.

Sharon: Interesting. Though I realize you’re not really all that comfortable with that idea.

Nick: Yeah. Sharing my thoughts and feelings with a total stranger — yeah, that’s not something I’m into at all.

Sharon: But we all need someone just to talk to sometimes, someone professional and impartial who you can confess absolutely anything to without judgment because their sole purpose is to help you.

Nick: Well, maybe I got spoiled just having you to talk to. Or maybe you’re tired of all my moaning and groaning and this is your subtle way of saying, “hey, let’s move things along.”

Sharon: Well, that’s not true and you know it. I hope that you’ll give some thought to what adam and I said. I mean, if we’re both telling you the same thing… maybe it’s worth listening to.

Adam: If you’re trying to build suspense, dad, there’s no need. I can already guess what you’re thinking.

Victor: If you’re trying to get a rise out of me, it’s not gonna happen, son.

Adam: Good. Because that’s not why I’m here. Just wanted to let you know that I took the job, and I wanted you to hear it from me first.

Victor: Mm-hmm. So, you’re gonna work alongside jack abbott…

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Victor: …Of all people.

Adam: Jabot is a good fit for me.

Victor: Really? Is this a retaliatory move because I didn’t give you the ceo position at newman after victoria returned? I thought you were done seeking vengeance.

Adam: Look, I meant what i said, dad, okay? I’m done lashing out at you and the rest of the family. I’m doing this for me — so I can move on. And just so you know, jack only had the best of intentions when he offered me this position.

Victor: [ Chuckles ] I’m sure he did. Really.

Adam: He needs a right hand now that kyle has moved to marchetti, and he could sense that I need a new purpose. He told me that I should let go of my anger and use my energy for something productive and stop trying to tear you down.

Victor: Just remember that jack abbott tried many times to tear me down and start a war against me, and he failed every time — miserably. But, son, some things will never change, okay? Going to work with jack abbott… is a huge mistake.

Adam: And why is that?

Victor: There are many reasons, but one being that it’s a family business. You’ll always be an outsider there.

Adam: As opposed to how I’m treated by my own family at newman? Uh, I think I’ll take my chances at jabot. I don’t think it could get much worse, dad. Guess I’ll be on my way then.

Victor: Wait a minute. We’re not done yet.

Billy: Look, I know I threw you a curve ball when I decided to step away from the podcast so soon after we joined forces, but the truth is, chelsea, you don’t need me. I mean, you have a gift for holding the audience’s attention, and I just — I don’t want you to walk away from that, not only because you’re great at it — because i could tell you were very happy behind that microphone. So, I’m hoping that you reconsider. At least promise me you’ll think long and hard about it.

Chelsea: [ Sighs ] I don’t know. To be honest with you, lately I’m feeling very adrift. Not where connor is involved. I mean, he’s the light of my life. He’s my safe space. But besides focusing on being the best mom I can possibly be, I don’t know what I want anymore or where I’m headed. And I hate it. I am a strong person and determined and focused. You know? I thought I’d come back to genoa city and rebuild my life, but instead — I-I don’t know how or why — everything got thrown so off track.

Billy: Is that a rhetorical question?

Chelsea: No.

Billy: Because I think the answer is very obvious.

Faith: Hey.

Sharon: There she is!

Nick: Our favorite little wolverine.

Faith: Nice, dad, but never call me that again, okay? By the way, I just heard from moses, and he and his mom are already on campus. Now I’m even more excited to get there.

Nick: Alright. Well, then let’s hit the road.

Faith: Yes, but first I need an iced tea.

Sharon: Coming up. Did you, um, talk to noah?

Faith: Yep.

Sharon: Alright. Did you get everything done on your list?

Faith: I just have one thing left I have to do here. But the good news is, all of my stuff is in the car, and I’m pretty sure I have everything.

Nick: And the bad news is?

Faith: The car is so packed, I don’t know how we’re gonna fit in it.

Nick: I’m not worried about it. Ann arbor is not that far away.

Sharon: I have a feeling it’s gonna be a quick drive there and a very long drive home.

Faith: Mom.

Sharon: I know. I promised I wasn’t gonna get emotional, not until after we dropped you off.

Faith: That’s okay. I’m kind of having a hard time believing that today is here, too. But, remember, I’m only going to be on the other side of the lake.

Nick: A really big lake. Then, like, 140 miles east of that, give or take. I mean, not that I looked that up or anything.

Faith: [ Chuckles ] You guys are…

Sharon: What? Being ridiculous?

Nick: Embarrassingly sentimental?

Faith: The best.

Lily: Now, I’m not playing politics or trying to take sides or anything like that.

[ Chuckles ] Um… I just wanted to know how you think nate has been doing lately.

Elena: Why do you ask?

Lily: Well, um, I just — I know that the conflict with devon has been really hard on him, and I’ve just been worried about him.

Elena: [ Chuckles ] Well, I mean, I haven’t been in any of the business meetings with devon, but according to nate, he feels like devon is not interested in anything he brings to the table. He thinks that devon doesn’t respect him.

Lily: Really? I mean, I’ve seen nothing but love and respect from devon, but — I don’t know. I think that they just approach business differently.

Elena: In what way?

Lily: Well, I think nate has a lot of great ideas, but he’s also very impatient, you know? And when he gets an idea in his head, he wants to just go after it. And devon’s the opposite. He’s very cautious. He’s very analytical. And it’s a constant balancing act between the two of them. And I think devon also feels that nate has overstepped a few times.

Elena: I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you, having to be in the middle of all of this.

Lily: I mean, it’s — it’s fine. I can handle it. I just, uh, wanted to get your take on the situation. I really want to help them find some harmony.

Elena: Can we talk off the record, like, just as friends?

Lily: Yeah, of course.

Elena: Okay, but keep in mind you might not like what I have to say.

Nate: Phyllis signed the agreement for chancellor-winters to acquire the grand phoenix.

Imani: Oh, that was fast. That’s good news. But enough about that stuff. I want to talk about you.

Nate: Okay.

Imani: Amanda mentioned there’s still a lot of tension between you and devon. I was hoping, in my absence, things may have improved.

Nate: No such luck. In fact, I’m afraid they may have gotten worse.

Imani: Oh, no. Nate, what happened?

Nate: Well, I, uh — I came up with an idea for a chancellor-winters music festival.

Imani: Okay.

Nate: You know, bring in a-list acts, large-venue sort of thing. I pitched it to lily at first. She was into it.

Imani: Oh, god, of course she was. That’s a great idea. I love it. And look at you, hmm? Putting something major on the table like we discussed. I’m really proud of you.

Nate: Thank you.

Imani: Mm-hmm.

Nate: Too bad devon isn’T. He immediately put the kibosh on it, said he might consider it in a year, maybe.

Imani: [ Laughs ] Are you serious?

Nate: That attitude is symbolic of how things have been between us these days. I present something. Even if lilly backs me up, he shut it down. If it comes from me, the answer’s no.

Imani: I’m sorry to hear that.

Nate: Devon and I have been keeping things polite, trying to co-exist at the office as much as possible.

Imani: Mm. Which means you’re constantly swallowing your frustration. How’s that working for you? Really?

Nate: To be honest, I’m tired of biting my tongue. And poor elena — she’s definitely getting an earful.

Imani: Mm. How does she feel about all of this?

Nate: Her advice was for me to make a clean break now and quit before my relationship with devon takes an irreparable hit.

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Adam: Look, I hope you know I didn’t come here looking for a fight.

Victor: Son, I don’t want to fight with you, either.

Adam: Then we’re on the same page.

Victor: Sit down.

Adam: [ Sighs ]

Victor: There’s nothing I can say or do to convince you to come back to newman enterprises?

Adam: There is nothing that you can say or do to get me to change my mind. My deal with jabot is already done. And, dad, quite frankly, you can just save yourself a lot of frustration if you just admit my leaving is what’s best for both of us.

Victor: I think you’re so wrong about that.

Adam: This is — this is about so much more than just a position in a company. I mean, when are we gonna stop this conflict?

Victor: You are my son!

Adam: All we do is butt heads, over and over again!

Victor: I want you to be part of my life!

Adam: Yes, you want me in your life, but you don’t want me to run your company.

Victor: Why do you always go there? Why do you always go there? I treat you no differently than I have treated victoria, nicholas, or abby. I’ve had differences with them, enormous issues with them. They’ve become estranged, but they’ve always come back. They have never felt not part of the family. Why the hell are you different? Why is it all or nothing for you?

Adam: I am just cut from a different cloth. And I’ve accepted that. I think it’s long overdue that you’ve accepted that, too, dad.

Elena: Okay, here’s the thing. After hearing nate vent again about how upset he is, I suggested he leave chancellor-winters.

Lily: You didn’T.

Elena: I did. I mean, he’s been so unhappy and bothered by this situation with devon. And he’s continually hurt and disappointed.

Lily: I really hate to hear that.

Elena: Yeah, and he can’t help it. And it hurts me to see him going through it. And I feel like if it’s making him that miserable, then what’s the point?

Lily: Yeah. Um… I know that you’re trying to protect him. Um, how did he respond?

Elena: Well, he flat out refused to leave. He said he made a commitment to his family and he wasn’t gonna back out now.

Lily: Okay. Good. Good. I’m glad. Look, elena, I want you to know how much I believe in him. You know, he has such strong ideas, and he really belongs here with us.

Elena: You should definitely tell him that because I think my suggestion just fueled the fire. But, honestly, if you’re looking for a peaceful coexistence, i think it might be a distant hope.

Imani: So, excuse me for being presumptuous, but I was operating under the impression that things were all good at chancellor-winters. I mean, what would you do if you left?

Nate: Elena thought that maybe I miss medicine, that i would go back to the hospital. Technically, I’m still a physician.

Imani: Mm, okay. Well, I’m sure there are other opportunities you could take advantage of at memorial. I mean, since your old chief of surgery position has been filled.

Nate: Mm.

Imani: But the question is, would that satisfy you?

Nate: [ Chuckles ]

Imani: Is that what you really want?

Nate: Not in the least. Elena just was trying to look out for me. She knows how frustrated I’ve been, and she worries about my happiness. But that life — no longer for me.

Imani: I’m relieved to hear you say that. I think you are exactly where you need to be. No, the one with the problem, the guy with a chip on his shoulder is devon. The way I see it, you have only one real option, and that is not to resign. This is about proving your worth in a way that he cannot ignore. At.

Billy: It’s okay. It can wait.

Lily: Billy, hey. It’s me. I’m in the office, so come see me when you’re free. Bye.

Chelsea: I appreciate your concern, but I don’t feel like going down an adam rabbit hole with you right now.

Billy: Okay. I will drop it. I will not mention his name. But I do want to make sure that you understand that your past or your present with mr. No name should not shake the belief that you have in yourself. We all lose our mojo every now and again, but you’ll get it back.

Chelsea: I hope so. And I hope you do, too.

Billy: What do you mean by that? I feel like I’m doing okay.

Chelsea: Okay.

Billy: Pretty fine.

Chelsea: Great. If that’s the case, then I’m happy for you. You know, I’m just still surprised that you abandoned your podcast to focus on chancellor-winters. You loved being creative. You loved reaching your audience.

Billy: You’re right. I did.

Chelsea: But you ditched all that to focus on corporate america.

Billy: It was the change i felt like I needed to make.

Chelsea: And I guess I’m just still wondering why. A suit — you know, it’s not you. It’s not who you are. And you were the first person to admit that to me.

Billy: There’s no one reason. There really isn’T. But the truth is, I made a commitment to lily to be the best coo I could possibly be — and not only for her, but for my mother, as well. And, you know, I like a challenge, and maybe I am trying to prove it to myself. I guess I feel most alive when I’m swimming upstream.

Chelsea: You were most alive when you were doing our podcast.

Billy: Well, then maybe I’m one of those guys that never feels settled, and I got a long, colorful résumé to prove that.

Chelsea: Mm-hmm.

Billy: But that’s something i need to work on. So, this is me working on it.

Chelsea: Huh. I think I’m like you. I just can’t be content with what I have and where I am.

Billy: Keep looking. I’m very confident you’re gonna find the place that you belong. Ladies, six minutes please…

Mariah: Oh, good. We didn’t miss you.

Tessa: Sorry we didn’t get here sooner.

Sharon: Is everything okay?

Mariah: Oh, yeah, everything’s fine. We’ll gladly talk about ourselves later, but right now we are here for faith.

Faith: Saying goodbye to you two was the last thing on my list.

Mariah: Whoa, whoa, whoa. No, no, no, no. This is not goodbye, okay? This is just, “see you later, college girl.”

Tessa: Are we really doing this? We’re sending faith off into a new frontier without any of us to look out for her?

Faith: Look out for me?

Mariah: See? Don’t worry. She’s gonna be fine. She’s gonna rock it.

Nick: Couldn’t agree more. Our girl is ready for this. Even if the rest of us aren’T.

Victor: I, of all people, get that you want to be your own man. But you’re still a newman, just like your brother and your sisters.

Adam: I have tried so hard for so long to seek your approval, dad, and all I wanted was to be my father’s son.

Victor: Adam, let’s be honest for a moment. I’ve protected you from the day you came back to genoa city. Although it was often not appreciated.

Adam: Or wasn’t asked for.

Victor: Do I have to ask for it? You’re my family, for heaven’s sake.

Adam: It’s time for me to follow in my mother’s footsteps.

Victor: What the hell does that mean?

Adam: Look, I know that I’ve never been and I never will be the good soul that my mother was, but I’m talking about her choice to end her relationship with you and not fall into all the trappings of being a newman — or traps, I should say. She wanted something happier and healthier for me. That’s why she raised me as a wilson.

Victor: That was her choice, not mine.

Adam: And — and I resented the fact that she waited until her last breath to tell me that you were my father. But now I understand why she did that.

Victor: Do you know how often I wanted to interfere and go there and say, “this is my son, he comes with me to genoa city”? Do you know how often I wanted to do that? I respected her wishes. That’s why I didn’t! I wish I had!

Adam: Listen, we —

Victor: None of this would be a problem right now!

Adam: We don’t have to go down this path again!

Victor: Yes, we do! You need to understand that you have never been disadvantaged!

Adam: I’m talking about my mother’s choice to walk away, and now I’m making my choice. And I’m sorry that you can’t understand that or you can even be happy about my new venture. Guess that’s a little too much for you.

Victor: Then you follow your new venture, alright?!

Adam: [ Sighs ]

Billy: Hey there.

Lily: Hey.

Billy: Sorry I missed your call, but I got your message. Is, uh, everything okay?

Lily: Yeah, yeah. Hey.

Billy: Hi.

Lily: Um, I just wanted to tell you the details of the grand phoenix acquisition and let you know about my conversation with elena.

Billy: Oh. How did that go?

Lily: Well, I think I’m facing more of an uphill battle than I realized with devon and nate. But I’m determined to do whatever I can to unite them.

Billy: That’s the spirit. Well, if anybody can do it, it’s gonna be you. And you have my full support.

Lily: Aww. Have I told you how much I love when you have my back?

Billy: You just did.

Lily: [ Chuckles ] So, where were you?

Billy: Well, I had that out-of-office meeting and then i was walking back and I ran into chelsea. We got to talking, and, uh, that’s why I was delayed.

Lily: Oh. Chelsea.

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? Facing expensive vitamin c creams with dull results?

Mariah: Well, we got you just a little something for your new campus digs, but don’t open it now, okay? Just open it when you get there.

Tessa: That’s code for, if you open it now, mariah will start crying and then I will cry.

Faith: And that will set the rest of us off, so I will wait. But thank you. I know I’ll love it, whatever it is.

Nick: Alright, guys. Sorry. We really should go.

Faith: I love you both so much.

Mariah: Not as much as we love you.

Tessa: We’re gonna miss you. But this is not goodbye because we’re gonna be calling and texting and we’re gonna be video-chatting.

Tessa: Yeah, you’re gonna be so sick of hearing from us, you’re gonna have to change your number.

Faith: Not possible.

Sharon: Okay, uh…it’s time.

Faith: Bye.

Tessa: Bye.

Mariah: [ Sighs ]

[ Sniffles ]

Imani: [ Chuckles ]

Nate: What’s going on in that head of yours? I can practically see the wheels spinning. Go on. Spit it out.

Imani: When you went off script with your speech at the launch party, you proved to everyone that your instincts are right on the money. You generated buzz and excitement that would benefit the company. You went with your gut. And that is exactly what you need to do now, but on a much bigger scale.

Nate: How much bigger?

Imani: I’m thinking, with devon out of town, you need to make a major move that he cannot ignore. Show everyone your ideas spell success.

Nate: I don’t know about that.

Imani: Trust me. You need to make sure that devon knows exactly who you are and what you bring to the table.

Lily: Oh, I am fully aware that we will run into chelsea on a semi-regular basis. I just really hope there was no uncomfortable “miscommunication” between you two this time. Was there?

Billy: There is nothing to worry about.

Lily: Okay.

Billy: Okay? I think she’s a little embarrassed that she took our camaraderie for something more than friendship.

Lily: Mm. Okay. I’m glad there’s nothing more to worry about.

Billy: There isn’T. Honestly. Look, that only happened because I think that chelsea was having a bad day, you know? She’s feeling a little bit lost, and I’m feeling a little bit guilty that I left her high and dry when I walked away from the podcast.

Lily: Does that mean that you’re reconsidering your decision?

Billy: No, no, no, no. Absolutely not. I am here with you, and that’s exactly where I want to be.

Lily: [ Chuckles ]

Billy: [ Smooches ]

[ Sighs ]

Chelsea: Adam. Hi.

Adam: Hi. How you doing?

Chelsea: I’m doing great. How are you?

Adam: I’m good. I, uh… I was just thinking about you. I was wondering if you had any plans lined up.

Chelsea: As a matter of fact, I do. I want to go visit my mom in minnesota, and I want to take connor with me.

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