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Nate: Hey. Hope you haven’t been waiting too long.

Elena: For you, I don’t mind.

Nate: Sure you mean that? Even after things got heated earlier?

Elena: I regret my part in all of that. I just want the time we spend together to be easy.

Nate: Mm. Like sunday morning?

[ Chuckles ]

Elena: Like things used to be — you know, fun, spontaneous. Maybe we could go and have dinner someplace new. Or maybe we could lay out by the pool at the athletic club? Look up at the stars, drink some wine?

Nate: Oh. As much as I would love to, i will have to ask for a rain check.

Elena: Oh. You have other plans?

Nate: Yes. I am getting everything in place for the first-ever chancellor-winters music festival. And it’s all gonna come together before devon can get back and put the brakes on.

Billy: Hey.

Lily: Hey. If it isn’t dad of year.

Billy: Ah. I’ll take coo of the day. Thank you very much.

Lily: Yeah. How was your outing with johnny and connor?

Billy: It was good. They had a blast.

Lily: Good. What about chelsea?

Billy: I think it was really good for her, too, you know? I think it was nice for her to see the boys hanging out in that way.

Lily: Sweet. Well, good. I’m glad.

Billy: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Look, now that you’re back, we have something really important to discuss.

Billy: Okay. I am here and ready to handle whatever you throw at me.

Lily: Well, this time it’s your mother who’s doing the throwing.

Billy: What do you mean by that?

Lily: Uh, not sure exactly. She said that she has a very important announcement to make.

Nick: [ Sighs ] You okay?

Sharon: I’m just checking to see if faith posted any photos yet. I hope she’s having a nice time.

Nick: She’s gonna be fine. So are you. It’s actually me I’m worried about.

Sharon: [ Chuckles ] Yeah, this whole kids growing up stuff is for the birds.

Nick: I know. Let’s not even think about the empty-nest thing, and let’s just get in there and order something decadent.

Sharon: You don’t have to do all of this to distract me.

Nick: Is it working?

Victor: Well, how nice to see both of you.

Sharon: Oh, hello.

Nick: Hey, dad.

Victor: Your mother was called to a conference call, so I’m gonna have lunch by myself. Why don’t you join me?

Sally: What’s a girl got to do to get a drink around here?

[ Chuckles ]

Adam: The bartender should be back in a minute. You’re welcome to sit. Unless you prefer hovering.

Sally: [ Chuckles ] I can, uh, hover elsewhere if you’d like.

Adam: Well, I would like if you sat. I mean, if that’s what you would like to do. We can do this, right?

Sally: Speak?

Adam: Mm-hmm, while having a drink, in between sips. Don’t you think?

Sally: It’s worth a try. Thank you.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Sally: [ Clears throat ]

Adam: [ Clears throat ]

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Victor: I’ll grab us a table.

Nick: You invited my father to lunch?

Sharon: No. Is this part of your master plan to distract me?

Nick: This is not ideal.

Sharon: No, it’s not.

Nick: You know what? I dare you to go in there and tell him to go home.

Sharon: [ Laughs ] I am not gonna walk in there and tell victor he has to go back to the ranch. But, you know, it might be nice to spend some time with someone who loves faith as much as we do.

Nick: Alright. It’s your call. Don’t say I didn’t give you an out.

Victor: Well, by the look of things, you were deciding whether to stay or not.

Nick: No, no, it’s cool. In fact, I wanted to see you. I wanted to ask you how christian was while he was staying with you. Was he a good boy?

Victor: He’s a great kid. Wonderful.

Nick: Good. He does love his grandparents.

Victor: How did things go with faith?

Sharon: Very good. You know, she’s settling in, getting to know her roommate. And we ran into moses and his mom.

Victor: Oh. Wait a minute. Well, I’m glad that he is there, but hopefully things don’t get too serious between the two of them. I want faith to study, you know.

Sharon: Well, I’m sure she will, but, you know, we want faith to have the whole college experience. And that includes friends and parties and, yes, a boyfriend.

Victor: As long as she doesn’t forget about her family.

Nick: I don’t see that happening, dad.

Victor: You know your mother already sent her a care package.

Nick: Are you serious? She’s already going overboard.

Victor: Oh, that’s alright. That’s okay. Listen, you know that faith will face a lot of challenges, and it’s always good to know that her family is there to back her up and to love her, you know?

Sharon: [ Voice breaking ] That’s so beautiful. I… you know what? Would you excuse me for a moment?

Nick: Of course.

Victor: Everything alright?

Nick: Yeah, I — I just think, you know, we’re both a little raw from dropping faith off at school. It’s gonna be tough. I have christian at home. Sharon’s still dealing with losing rey.

Victor: Yeah. It’s a lot to handle.

Nick: Yeah, it is. But I know sharon’s very excited for faith. She’s gonna get through it.

Billy: I think someone needs a reminder that my mother has a flair for the dramatics. I’m sure it’s not a big deal.

Lily: Oh, okay, mr. Know-it-all. What do you think it’s gonna be about?

Billy: Well, I’m assuming that she’s planning another trip around the world, except this time she’s gonna go the other direction.

Lily: You think she would really call us all together for a conference call — including devon, by the way — to talk about traveling?

Billy: Isn’t he in virginia with amanda, supporting her while she spends time with her mother?

Lily: Yes. Exactly. And she would never interrupt his personal time for something trivial.

Billy: No, she wouldn’T. So maybe there is something major going on.

Lily: Right. So, were there any hints that she dropped to you about what it might be about?

Billy: Nope. Zero.

Nate: I know you had some reservations about it, but i refuse to believe this is a mistake. I’ve heard everyone’s criticisms, and I’ve taken them to heart. I’ve found ways to address the problems devon had with my idea. I found the perfect location, got all kinds of food trucks lined up for a bargain. And I’ve got devon’s favorite smoked barbecue.

Elena: I think it’s gonna take a lot more than a good meal to convince devon.

Nate: The robust projected ticket sales should do the trick. This music festival is gonna make a lot of money, not to mention all the positive buzz it’s gonna generate. Trust me on this.

Elena: But he already said no.

Nate: He said not now. He never completely vetoed it. So, I postponed the original date, and everything’s ready to roll.

Elena: Nate, I know this is the last thing you want to hear right now, but I am urging you to hold off on this until devon is back and he can approve the plan.

Nate: No. This has to happen now. Hi, I’m karen.

Nate: I’ve decided to take some of your earlier advice after all.

Elena: Can’t wait to hear which nugget of advice make the cut.

Nate: No matter how viable my music festival idea is, there’s no way devon’s gonna accept it.

Elena: Is that how you’re justifying going behind his back?

Nate: No, no, you’re right. I shouldn’t go rogue. I’ll be consulting with lily.

Elena: And you think lily’s gonna green-light this plan without devon’s input?

Nate: She’ll at least be fair. She’s open-minded. She’ll consider my idea based on its merit, whereas with devon, even if my music festival idea somehow ended world hunger and brought about peace, he would still find a way to reject it…

Elena: Nate —

Nate: …Because it came from me.

Elena: You’re exaggerating.

Nate: No, I’m not. He’s that hostile. If I’m going to get anything accomplished, I’m gonna have to find a way to maneuver around him.

Elena: I understand why you’re frustrated, but devon is still your boss. You can’t just cut him out of the loop. It would be professional suicide.

Nate: This isn’t the same as working at the hospital. You’re an excellent doctor, but the business world runs by different rules.

Elena: All I know is i wouldn’t want to work in a place where people were making decisions based on personal grievances.

Nate: It’s not objective like medicine. And, frankly, the consequences aren’t as dire. There’s no patient on an operating table with his life in my hands.

Elena: The stakes are still high. A music festival is a massive undertaking and something that devon would definitely want to be a part of.

Nate: He will be — once the ball gets rolling. Look, I wasn’t hired because of my degree or experience. I was hired because of my instincts. So I’m going to follow them. I’m tired of holding back to appease devon.

Elena: Okay. I love you, nate, and that is why I cannot let this go. I would be a horrible person if I did not try to convince you to slow down. Even if you think I’m wrong, can you please do this for me?

Victor: Now, you make sure that faith knows that if anyone gives her a hard time at that school, they have me to deal with, alright? I want her to succeed. I want her to study hard. Because your mother’s convinced she’ll be the next in line of the many female ceos of newman enterprises.

Nick: Well, my daughter has told me that is exactly what she wants.

Victor: And that’s why we need to make sure that newman enterprises continues to thrive, alright? Now, how’s it going with victoria’s proposed acquisitions?

Nick: Some companies are extremely willing to sell. Others are gonna need more convincing. But I think by the end of the quarter, you’re gonna see a lot of movement.

Victor: You’re making a lot of good moves, son. Once we have replaced sally spectra and find us someone to run newman media, that division will make a lot of money again.

Sally: How are things at jabot?

Adam: Uh, there are a few sharks in the water, but, um, i still feel like I made the right decision. Stepping away from my family.

Sally: Glad things are working out.

Adam: Mm-hmm. I know you’re in a good place. I just read the good news about newman media beating quarterly expectations for growth.

Sally: [ Chuckles ] I know you a flair for understatement.

Adam: [ Chuckling ] Okay. Apologies. Better than good.

Sally: The numbers are spectacular, actually. It’s been quite a thrill. And if I am being truly honest, I have you to thank for it.

Nate: Hey, billy.

Billy: Hey, man. If you’re here for the big video call, you’re a little early.

Nate: Actually, I’m looking for lily. I wanted to let her know what I’ve been working on.

Billy: Ah, she just popped out for a second, but she’ll be back any minute.

Nate: Okay. I’ll wait.

Billy: Alright.

Nate: Any idea what this, uh, conference call with jill is all about?

Billy: No idea, but if she’s got devon on the call while he’s out of town, it’s got to be something big. Alright. I’ll bite. I’ll mention the, uh, elephant in the room.

Nate: What are you talking about?

Billy: Look, I think lily and I are both a little concerned that your transition here hasn’t been quite as smooth as we all hoped. Am I wrong?

Nate: To be honest, billy, I’m tired of my ideas being bypassed or ignored.

Billy: By devon.

Nate: Even when lily likes something, he is hell bent on shutting me down. His negativity makes no sense to me. It’s condescending and insulting. The man has everything going for him, and I could not be happier about that. So, why does my cousin have it in for me?

Billy: Look, I’m not gonna speak for devon, um, but I do know that historically he’s been a little cautious when it comes to business.

Nate: I suppose that’s possible, but I think it’s our personal connection that’s complicating the situation. How do you and lily keep this relationship with ceo and coo going so flawlessly?

Billy: That is a whole other dynamic, man. Um, but, you know, I’m just trying to keep a low profile, support her and let her shine. I also don’t have the same drive and ambition that you do, and that is not a slight at all. I admire that.

Nate: Thank you.

Billy: Look, I’m not gonna second-guess devon, but i believe — and I know lily does, too — that it would be a huge loss for our team and this company if you were to walk away.

Nate: I don’t want it to come to that, either.

Billy: That’s good. I’m glad to hear that.

Nate: Thank you for being supportive, billy. I really appreciate it. I needed that today.

Billy: Hey, man, I’m just speaking the truth.

Nate: You know what? Since lily’s not here, you mind if I pitch that idea that i mentioned earlier to you?

Billy: Yeah, of course, but you know I have no ability to green-light anything, right? It would be from one coo to another coo.

Nate: No, but I respect your opinion. And I’m sure you can gauge lily’s feelings about what she likes and what she dislikes.

Billy: I’d like to think so.

Nate: So, you willing to hear me out?

Billy: Fire away.

Nate: Then, on the second stage, we’d have a few singers we were considering signing to the label so we can gauge the crowd’s response.

Billy: Onsite market research. That is very clever.

Nate: I’ve considered this from every angle. This music festival is not just gonna be a promotional opportunity for chancellor-winters. There’s a solid business case for it.

Billy: I agree. I think it’s fantastic, man, and it gives you an opportunity to strut stuff a little bit.

Nate: [ Laughs ] That is not my motivation, I swear.

Billy: That’s fine, but you know what? You, uh — you got good instincts, and it gives you an opportunity to prove that you’re here for a reason.

Nate: Well, then it plays a huge part.

Billy: There you go.

Nate: But that’s just the rough sketch. I wanted everyone to see what’s possible.

Lily: Hello.

Billy: Hey.

Lily: What did I walk in on?

Billy: Well, nate was just sharing his improvements on the music festival idea that he’s running with.

Nate: You still haven’t given me your opinion.

Billy: I think it’s great, honestly. I think it’s got massive potential for huge success.

Nate: I knew I was onto something.

Lily: Did you run this by devon?

Nate: Not yet.

Lily: Oh, okay. Well, I’m a little worried what his reaction might be. But, um, I want to hear more. But let’s chat about it after our mysterious video call with jill. Hi. Are jill and devon ready for the conference call? Okay, great. We’re ready. Patch us in. Thanks.

Billy: Hey, if you see an opening, I think you should share the improvements to the music festival idea with the group.

Nate: Uh, I don’t know if it’s ready for jill and devon to hear just yet.

Billy: Well, I think it’s great, and I would be surprised if everybody didn’t think the same.

Lily: Jill.

Jill: Lily.

Billy: Hey, mom.

Jill: Hello, son.

Lily: Devon, good to see you.

Nate: Hey, devon. How’s everything going in virginia? And how’s naya?

Devon: She’s holding steady. She’s — she’s doing alright. I appreciate you asking.

Lily: Well, good. Send our love.

Devon: Always.

Jill: And moses. How is our favorite college freshman?

Devon: He’s doing good. Sofia sent pictures, and it looks like he’s settling in really well.

Jill: Mm. I’m sure he’s gonna have a wonderful time.

Lily: So, the big question is, why are we being summoned?

Jill: [ Chuckling ] Oh, getting down to business. I love it. Okay. Hold on to your seats, everybody, ’cause I have a proposal that could change everything.

Nick: Look, dad, I’ve thought about it, and I’m not gonna replace sally. She’s green, but she’s learning. She’s doing a great job. I think she’s gonna prove to be a very valuable leader for us someday.

Victor: What do you base that on?

Nick: The latest numbers. They’re great.

Victor: The latest numbers are due to what adam put in place.

Nick: While I appreciate how much you respect adam’s skills, do you think it’s completely fair to assume that all the success we’ve had with newman media is because of adam?

Victor: Since when have you become such a fan of sally spectra?

Nick: Dad, I’ve just been watching her very closely. She’s killing it, you know? She’s made some pivotal decisions on the fly. I can’t say I would have made them any differently. Now, I know you want the company to be completely family-run, but that’s not always the best and only solution. And, frankly, dad, we’re running out of newmans. I mean, faith can’t run her own division until she at least graduates college.

Victor: I feel very strongly about what I’m about to say. Family is what makes our company strong. Jack abbott just committed an egregious mistake by hiring adam as co-ceo of jabot. That’s a mistake for jabot and a mistake for adam. I may not have any say over there, but I will continue to guide the major decisions of our company.

[ Footsteps approaching ]

Sharon: So, what did I miss?

Nick: Uh, nothing. Just some business talk. Don’t want to bore you to death.

Sharon: No, I’d really like to get caught up on what’s going on. It would be a good distraction.

Victor: Alright. Well, then… here it goes. Sally spectra will get the pink slip. And you ought to take her place.

Nick: [ Sighs ]

Adam: I want credit for nothing, good or bad, that happened after my rather abrupt departure from newman media, okay? That victory lap is all yours.

Sally: I will take my share of the credit, but I wouldn’t have even been in the position to achieve the win if it weren’t for you.

Adam: I didn’t do anything.

Sally: You believed in me.

Adam: Mm.

Sally: And you saw a career path for me that I didn’t even see for myself at first. So [Sighs] Even though I may resent the hell out of your methods, you made sure that i kept the job after you resigned. So, even though you may have broken my heart, you left me with something very rewarding.

Adam: You said that with complete sincerity, not an ounce of snark.

Sally: Because it’s the truth.

Adam: Does that mean you’ve forgiven me?

Sally: Is there even anything to forgive? I’m jonathan lawson

“The young and the restless”

will continue.

Nick: Sharon, this conversation needs to stay between us.

Sharon: Of course.

Nick: Sally’s dismissal is not a done deal. And this is the first I’ve heard that you want me to take over her position. And why would you want that, dad? Why would you want to remove me from the corporate leadership team? Vick has said over and over again that she loves working with me. And I get it. We make a great team.

Victor: Don’t you understand that you’ll still be with the company? I’m just asking you to protect one of its most valuable assets.

Nick: Well, I’m doing what i want to do right now. And I know you’re only suggesting this because you think it’s a slap in adam’s face. I don’t want to be a part of that ’cause I don’t think adam deserves it right now.

Adam: What do you mean, there’s nothing to forgive? I thought that you wanted me to earn my shot at redemption. And I was fully prepared to do what it took.

Sally: There’s nothing that you need to do because i realized something about you, adam. You are who you are.

Adam: [ Scoffs ] What are you saying? That, um, I’m a jerk that is incapable of changing?

Sally: Maybe.

Adam: You know, you really do make me laugh.

Sally: [ Chuckles ] Well, I guess I’m just that clever.

Adam: Among other things.

Sally: [ Chuckles ] Even if I was saying that you are a jerk who is never, ever going to change his ways, it wouldn’t be the worst thing in the world.

Adam: Why not?

Sally: ‘Cause you’re the jerk I fell in love with.

Adam: [ Sighs ]

Billy: Well, don’t leave us hanging. What’s the big proposal?

Jill: Before we get to my reason for setting up this meeting, I would like to hear updates on what you’ve all been doing.

Devon: Yeah, we’re getting a lot of great press with the new acts that we’ve signed.

Jill: Fantastic. And how’s our newest executive doing? Nate, are you getting the lay of the land?

Nate: Yeah, I’m doing my best to contribute to the team.

Billy: Nate’s doing great. He’s improved upon what our first music festival could look like.

Devon: I-I was under the impression we put a pin in that because it’s too much too soon for the company.

Billy: I think it’s got massive potential, and I think we should hear him out.

Nate: Listen, I don’t want you to think I didn’t take your concerns to heart. I understand you want to play it safe while the merger’s so young, and the timeline worried you.

Devon: Yeah, that’s part of it.

Nate: So I pushed back the date. Crunching the numbers, with that in mind, should still give us a healthy profit margin.

Devon: Okay, but these — these numbers you’ve crunched — these aren’t real-world numbers. These are calculations, and they rarely hold up when it comes to live events.

Nate: Compared with other festivals with the same breadth and scope that we’re going for, I think what I came up with will be pretty accurate.

Devon: Right, but you’re comparing festivals that are already established, and we’re not that at all. There’s too many unpredictable factors here. You can have artists pull out, and then we’re responsible for refunds. So, it’s — it’s a bit too much financial uncertainty.

Nate: I can counter all your objections. I’ve spoken with vendors and organizations that are ready and eager to do business with us. And we can address all your concerns by hooking the festival up with a charity, maybe the abbott-winters foundation. So, even if we don’t hit those numbers you’re so concerned about, which I highly doubt, we still come out on top for promoting and donating to a worthy cause.

Lily: You’ve done a lot of work on this, nate.

Devon: Yeah, after I said to pause the conversation.

Nate: Lionel hunter even agreed to perform.

Lily: What?! Wow. My dad loved him. He had all of his albums.

Nate: And he said he’d do it for free if it was for a worthy cause.

Lily: Oh, my god, nate, that’s amazing.

Devon: So, you’ve already spoken to artists about this?

Nate: And other organizations to confirm those numbers you’re so worried about.

Jill: Wow, that’s enterprising.

Nate: We could start the wheels moving on this as soon as tomorrow.

Devon: I, um — I just — I don’t understand why you don’t want to believe that I know what I’m talking about when it comes to this.

Billy: What nate’s come up with is solid, and he’s improved upon the original idea.

Devon: No. I’m aware of that. And it has nothing to do with the idea. I think it’s a great one. It’s about the timing. And I don’t think it’s right for our company right now. And I have a decade of experience to back that up.

Lily: Okay, gentlemen —

Jill: No, no, no, no. It’s okay. I respect strong opinions. And I have to say that I am intrigued. So, what do you think of this, lily? Do you like the idea? Did you know if you turn to cold with tide

Nate: So, what’s your answer?

Lily: I mean — well, I need, you know, time to look at the data that nate pulled together and, you know, look at the festival from every angle.

Jill: Good idea.

Lily: Yeah, and, you know, let’s discuss this in house when devon returns from virginia.

Devon: Sure. That sounds fine.

Jill: Look, you all know that I support healthy, rigorous debate. It keeps everybody on their toes. But, lord, I have to tell you it does my heart proud to see how passionate you all are about this company.

Nate: As long as everyone’s keeping an open mind.

Jill: That is exactly right. We have to stay flexible. We have to be receptive to new ideas.

Lily: Well, I’m dying to hear what new ideas you’ve been working on.

Billy: Yeah. You still haven’t told us what the reason for the conference call is.

Lily: It sounded very important.

Jill: First, let me thank you for all the hard work that you have done in making this merger happen because chancellor-winters — we’re in a very strong position. We are poised to do incredible things. We know it, and now so does the rest of the world. And all the buzz that we’ve generated — that’s what has led me to contemplate making another big move.

Lily: What do you have in mind?

Jill: I want to take the company public.

Nick: Look, you want to take pot shots at adam, dad, do your thing. I just don’t want to be a part of it. I think adam’s been through enough lately.

Victor: Son… I’m absolutely stunned hearing you defend your brother, knowing full well he turned his back on his whole family.

Nick: Adam made what he thought was the healthiest decision for himself to walk away from the company. And the battle between the two of you always brings out the worst in him, so maybe this is a good thing.

Victor: What, are you blaming me for his decisions? He’s a grown man.

Sharon: You’re right. He is a grown man. One who’s tried to win a place in your heart for a long time. I’m really impressed by the way nick is standing up for adam.

Nick: I’m seeing him in a different light these days. Now, I still disagree with the vast majority of his decisions, but I think I understand his psyche better. Plus, adam and I share a strange but tragic thing.

Victor: What are you talking about?

Nick: Well, you helped both of us avoid the repercussions of taking another man’s life.

Victor: I don’t think we should discuss this right now.

Nick: Dad, it’s okay. Sharon knows everything.

Adam: Well, I will certainly take the mantle of jerk. It’s certainly, um, one of the tamer names I’ve been called.

Sally: I mean, I could come up with something spicier if you’d like. I’m just not really sure it’s necessary at this point.

Adam: I doubt it. But you should know that, um, according to the american association of bars —

Sally: Not to be confused with the bar association for actual lawyers?

Adam: Mm-hmm. Back to my, uh, premise — if you share a confession while having a drink, you get one in return.

Sally: [ Breathes deeply ] Okay. I am bracing myself.

Adam: You may have fallen in love with a jerk, but I fell in love with the one woman that i never felt the need to pretend anything with… except for one time. And I know that I fell into some bad patterns, and I am genuinely sorry, sally.

Sally: [ Inhales deeply ] Well [Clears throat] We’ve moved past all that, right? We have admitted that we really did fall in love with each other. Our egos have been soothed. So, now that we’ve cleared the air, we can just sit back, have a cordial cocktail as… friends.

Adam: I don’t feel like just a friend right now. (Vo) when you live with moderate to severe crohn’s disease

Victor: Son, this is a very delicate family matter. I don’t think it should be discussed with anyone else.

Nick: You should be glad i have sharon to confide in. I’m still struggling with what i had to do that night.

Victor: You did nothing wrong. Time for you to get over it.

Nick: Both sharon and adam think I should talk to a therapist so I don’t bottle the feelings I’m having inside and just let them fester the way adam did.

Victor: Look… I protected my sons. And I’ll be damned if i apologize for it.

Nick: You don’t have to. I’m not accusing you of anything. I understand you did what you felt was right. I just find it interesting that this might finally be the thing that makes me understand what makes adam tick.

Victor: [ Sighs heavily ]

Sally: [ Exhales heavily ]

[ Cellphone dings ]

[ Sighs ]

Adam: [ Clears throat ] Something important?

Sally: [ Sighs ] It’s chloe. Something at work needs my immediate attention.

Adam: What’s wrong?

Sally: I just thought for the briefest of seconds maybe she was here and this text was a way to lure me away from you, but she’s not here, so this must be a genuine emergency.

Adam: You really have to go?

Sally: Yeah, I, uh, really… definitely do… for many reasons.

[ Sighs ]

Adam: I am glad that we can talk like this again.

Sally: So am I.

[ Breathes deeply ]

Jill: Going public would increase our development capital exponentially. Plus, it would help fund the kind of expansion that nate is so passionate about pursuing.

Billy: Uh, I think it’s a pretty big step.

Jill: Billy, no, this is the time for big, bold moves. Don’t you agree, nate?

Nate: Well, of course I do, but I don’t —

Jill: And why would we waste our time on one little music festival?

Devon: Well, thank you.

Jill: No, when we could have an entire worldwide circuit of them? Okay, tell me what you all think.

Lily: Well, I mean, I-I need time to digest. I mean, this kind of caught me off guard.

Jill: Devon?

Devon: Yeah, uh, I increase our development capital exponentially. Plus, it would help fund the kind of expansion that nate is so passionate about pursuing.

Billy: Uh, I think it’s a pretty big step.

Jill: Billy, no, this is the time for big, bold moves. Don’t you agree, nate?

Nate: Well, of course I do, but I don’t —

Jill: And why would we waste our time on one little music festival?

Devon: Well, thank you.

Jill: No, when we could have an entire worldwide circuit of them? Okay, tell me what you all think.

Lily: Well, I mean, I-I need time to digest. I mean, this kind of caught me off guard.

Jill: Devon?

Devon: Yeah, uh, I think that, uh — I think that going public, it sounds like we’re gonna be giving up a lot of control.

Billy: I agree with devon.

Devon: I also think that control is probably more important right now than just an influx of cash.

Nate: To some people, control is everything.

Devon: I think that we shouldn’t lose sight of the concept that appealed to all of us when we started this, and that’s that it would be a family company, you know, not one that’s publicly traded and owned.

Jack: But, devon, imagine all the opportunities and the possibilities.

Lily: What do you think, nate?

Nate: This is obviously above my pay grade. Thank you for including me in the question, but I’ll leave it to the experts to answer. Thank you again for including me.

Jill: Would someone like to tell me what the heck that was all about?

Billy: [ Sighs ]

Nate: The cancellation fee. How much did you say it would be? Okay. That’s what I’m saying. Cancel it. Invoice me. The company will cover it.

Elena: Nate, what’s going on?

Nate: You were right. Working with my cousins was a huge mistake. I’m out.

Next on “the young and the restless”…

Nikki: I am going to L.A. To confront the one person who may have some information — deacon sharpe.

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