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Kyle: Oh, hey. Have you talked to phyllis yet? Told her she and the others have to back off?

Summer: Can we please not do this right now?

Kyle: No, no, phyllis, ashley, and nikki didn’t give us a choice. They are going to put our entire family in danger.

Summer: I’m not exactly pleased with my mother, either, but I’m also really fed up with all of the chaos and hysterics that seem to always surround diane. Look, all I am asking for is before you point the finger at my mom, that we hear both sides out first.

Kyle: Yeah, I suppose. But I don’t know if I can listen to phyllis objectively right now.

Summer: Okay, then can we please just table this and let things simmer down for a moment?

Sharon: You want some more coffee?

Chance: Uh, no. No, I’m all right right now. Thank you.

Sharon: All right. Sorry. I didn’t mean to startle you.

Chance: No, I appreciate you checking on me. Yeah. Been sitting here for a minute now, huh?

Sharon: Mm-hmm. Um, look, uh, I don’t mean to intrude. Uh, I know that you tend to hold things close to the vest. And I know that when rey passed away, we both lost someone who we could trust and confide in. I know I’m no rey rosales, but maybe some of my husband’s listening skills rubbed off on me.

Chance: I-I’m sorry, sharon. I, um… I just don’t think I can talk about it yet.

Sharon: I understand. Didn’t mean to butt in.

Chance: It’s over with abby. We’re getting a divorce.

Diane: Jeremy.

Jeremy: Hello, diane. Long time no see.

Diane: What are you doing here?

Jeremy: I was released from prison a few days ago. I have missed you.

Diane: Uh —

Jeremy: Would have been nice if you would have come to see me while I was inside.

Diane: Oh, I’m — I’m sorry. I just didn’t think that you’d want to see me —

Jeremy: No, you’re right. I can’t blame you. Nobody wants to see someone at their lowest point. But, uh, look at me now. Good as new. You look great, as well. You know, you’ve been on my mind lately. I have so much unfinished business to discuss.

Diane: Oh, I — it’s been so long. I-I can’t imagine that’s true.

Jeremy: Oh, sure, you can.

Jack: Hello. Who’s this? I tried everything to remove fabric odors,

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Diane: Jack, this is jeremy stark. He’s an old friend of mine.

Jack: Well, welcome to genoa city.

Jeremy: Uh, thank you. It’s, uh — it’s a pleasure to be here.

Diane: You know, I-I’m sorry. You’ve, um — you’ve caught me at a bad time. We have someplace to be —

Jeremy: No, I know. This must come as such a surprise.

Jack: But we certainly have a minute or two to spare. Any friend of diane’s is always welcome here. So, how do you two know each other?

Jeremy: Well, I hope I’m not speaking out of turn here, but, uh, I was quite fond of diane when she lived in los angeles. She went by taylor back then. I’m still getting to know diane. I was in genoa city on business and, uh, thought I would, uh, catch up.

Jack: What line of business brings you to town?

Jeremy: Oh, you know, little of this, little of that. Anyway, I’ll let you get on with your day. But, uh, I hope that I can buy you a cup of coffee or a nice meal before I leave.

Diane: We’ll see.

Jack: Can I ask, how did you know to find diane here?

Jeremy: Oh, lucky guess. When I heard the fantastic news that she was a grandmother, I felt that this was as good a place to start as any. We all know how much diane loves her family. Good day.

Diane: [ Breathing heavily ] I-I can’t believe he just came here. I mean, he — he just — he just showed up.

Jack: Okay.

Phyllis: Hey, guys.

Summer: Hey, mom.

Phyllis: Oh, my goodness. So, it’s time to clock out, isn’t it? How about we go out to dinner?

Kyle: Yeah, we were just going to grab some quick on the way home.

Phyllis: Oh, all right. Well, why don’t we grab something quick together? We don’t spend a lot of time together. Want to spend some quality time with your mother-in-law? I mean, nothing is more important than family, right?

Sharon: Wow. I am so sorry. I mean, I know that you had mentioned that you and abby were having difficulties, but I had no idea that things had gotten this bad this fast.

Chance: It actually wasn’t that fast. Everything just came to a head quickly.

Sharon: Well, have you tried everything before going down this route? Maybe have a getaway together, some time to yourselves, reset?

Chance: Yeah, no, I wouldn’t even know where to start to try to fix all this. Think things are just too far gone.

Sharon: I’m really sorry.

Chance: You know what the funny thing is? When all this initially blew up, I would have done absolutely anything just to go back a few days and prevent the missteps that led to this whole collapse. But the more I think about it, the farther back I think I’d have to go to really try to fix things. It makes me wonder if it would have been better if we just never started a relationship in the first place.

Tucker: A, b, c, d, e, f, G. It’s the a-minor scale.

Devon: [ Chuckles ]

Tucker: He’s got it. He’s got it.

Devon: Right.

Tucker: He’s going to take to it like water, given his bloodline.

Devon: Right. Makes me really happy to see you get to spend time with your grandson. It’s nice. I know even a few minutes with him makes you forget all the worries in the world.

Tucker: Yeah. Well, how’s work, by the way? The loss of billy and nate. You find their replacements?

Devon: I thought that you and I discussed, uh, not talking about chancellor-winters business. Suffering from sinus congestion, especially at night?

Devon: You know, I would hate to think that you’re only spending time with us just so you can get information about my company.

Tucker: Oh, c– absolutely not. No, that was just an innocent question. There’s only a few topics that we can really connect on, and business is one of them. I’m not — I would never use my grandson as a pawn.

Devon: Well, I appreciate you saying that. We’re actually, uh — we’re looking at candidates right now to fill both coo positions.

Tucker: Yeah, I’m sure it’s difficult to find the right person, huh? The nate situation was really rough, but, you know, I believe it was an anomaly. Having a family company’s still the dream, right?

Devon: Yeah.

Tucker: It’s a lot more challenging in a lot of ways, but it also means more. And I wanted to tell you, I really admire the way you and lily work together. It’s impressive. The same way I admired the way you and neil worked together. You guys really created some strong and wonderful.

Devon: Thanks.

Tucker: [ Chuckles ] I’m not gonna lie to you. I have entertained fantasies that maybe you and I could create something like that one day.

[ Doorbell rings ]

Devon: Oh. All right, hey. I’m gonna go get the door. Do you mind?

Tucker: Yeah, are you kidding? Do I mind? Hey. Oh, yeah.

Devon: Thank you.

Tucker: Yeah. Aww.

Devon: Be right back.

Tucker: Right on the shoulder. Yeah.

Devon: Hey.

Abby: Hey. I’m here to get dominic. I know I’m early, but, um —

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: What is he doing here?

Diane: Thank you.

Jack: How are you feeling?

Diane: I’m not sure. I mean, how dare jeremy come here and have the nerve to mention family and — and to talk about my grandson.

Jack: Yes, that was unsettling, to be sure.

Diane: He’s trying to send a message.

Jack: Yes, but, look, this house is not hard to find. And so what if he found it? He can know where we are. No harm is going to come to any member of this family. Not as long as I’m around.

Diane: You know, I-I am enraged at more than just jeremy. I mean, he — he might have found me eventually, but obviously, he had some help. Someone led him here. He never would have come to your house looking for me unless someone would have tipped him off. And — and that someone even mentioned harrison! And we both know who that is.

Jack: Okay, you can’t be certain.

Diane: Oh, come on, jack. There is no doubt in my mind. Ashley, phyllis, and nikki have made good on their threat, and they can’t be allowed to get away with it. And ashley? The fact that she would bring that man to her family’s door? I mean, I-I’m sorry. I’m sorry. I know she’s your sister. But, god! Those bitches have gone too far.

Summer: Uh, you guys grab a table. I will be right there. Drinking alone?

Nick: Uh, technically, yes.

Summer: Are you okay?

Nick: Ah, just got into it with dad over something earlier that is none of his business.

Summer: Oh, grandpa sticking his nose where it doesn’t belong and offering opinions you didn’t ask for?

Nick: Yeah, well, he is who he is, right? How about you? Are you, uh, having a nice, quiet dinner over there tonight?

Summer: Uh, yeah. Sure, let’s — let’s go with that. Do you want to join me?

Nick: Ooh, I really don’T. No.

Summer: Come on.

Nick: Summer, I love you more than anything in this world. But honestly, that looks like it’s going to be filled with more family drama, and I’ve had my fill for today.

Summer: I could really use a buffer, and I’m pretty sure that falls under the list of fatherly duties.

Nick: Oh, come on. Are you pulling the dad card?

Summer: It’s what daughters do.

Nick: I’m such a sucker when it comes to you. Okay, fine, let’s go.

Summer: Come on.

Nick: All right, the party is here.

Phyllis: Yes, it is.

Nick: What are we talking about?

Phyllis: Um, marchetti.

Nick: Yeah. How is marchetti? Are mother and daughter at each other’s throats yet?

Kyle: Quite the opposite.

Nick: Don’t know if I believe that. You two tend to have creative differences.

Phyllis: Well, look at you coming in hot. Okay, that’s a really unfair characterization of me and my daughter.

Nick: I’m not saying it’s your whole relationship. Just when you’re working together, because you’re both very strong-willed, fiery women.

Phyllis: Yes, we are both strong women who get things done.

Summer: That’s right.

Phyllis: Right?

Summer: Mm-hmm.

Phyllis: Yes. And, um, thanks for asking. Things are going great there. Uh, we hardly see each other ’cause we’re at opposite ends of the building. So it’s pretty much sunshine and roses.

Nick: Hmm. Is that the mood for everyone? Including diane?

Adam: You know, this, um — this doesn’t have to be the end.

Sally: It doesn’t have to be. But it is.

Adam: We came here today for a reason. Because we both still feel something powerful and — and meaningful for one another.

Sally: I agree. That’s why it happened. But it’s also why it — …it won’t happen again.

Sally: [ Sniffles ] You can’t deny today was different. The connection. The emotion.

[ Sniffles ] We lost something that we can’t get back. But that’s okay. Look, I — I will always be thankful for you having faith in me when no one else did. And for showing me kindness when everyone else was throwing daggers my way.

Adam: Well, that was their loss. It was my gain.

Sally: I mean, you saw me in a way that no one else could. You helped me see myself in a whole new way. I mean, you brought things out of me I didn’t even know I had.

Adam: I, um — I don’t regret a moment we were together.

Sally: I don’t, either. Not anymore. You can be a wonderful, supportive, and loving man. And you are a spectacular father and a dedicated son and brother, even when that dedication is not returned. And — and even though your instincts to protect me were…

[ Sighs ] …Misguided… it was just a sign of how amazing a partner you can be.

Adam: Just — it’s too bad I can’t be your partner.

Sally: We almost made it.

[ Sniffles ] We loved each other with all we had and all we knew. And nobody can question or deny that. But… it’s time for us to move on. You know, hopefully, we can walk away having learned something so that next time we don’t make the same mistakes. Next time… …you and some very lucky woman will make it. We have to let each other go so we can find our true happiness.

Sharon: You know, I try not to regret a relationship, the good, the bad, and the ugly, because at least they teach us something, right?

Chance: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah, you’re right. I, um — I don’t regret our marriage. I think I’m just trying to cope with the failure of it. You gonna tell me not to look at it as a failure?

Sharon: It is. But I wouldn’t phrase it that way. It’s — you know what? It’s the end of a chapter.

Chance: Huh. Yeah. I don’t know. I guess I thought the rest of my story had already been written. What am I supposed to do now?

Sharon: You keep going, step by step, day by day, leaning into the things that make you happy and give you purpose in life.

Chance: Yeah, well, that’s work for me. I mean, that’s the only thing that’s never let me down.

Sharon: Can I ask you something? Are you still planning on being involved in dom’s life?

Chance: Yeah, what kind of question is that? Absolutely. I love that kid, sharon. That’s never gonna change.

Abby: Well, devon, I wish you had told me about this.

[ Dom fussing ]

Devon: I thought we talked about it, though.

Abby: I know, I know. Shh.

[ Dom crying ]

Abby: Well, I didn’t know that this was happening today.

Tucker: I can understand why you’re upset, abby. I’m sorry. I should have contacted you myself to let you know I was coming. He is my grandson. Either way, since I’m planning to settle down here in genoa city, I hope that you and I can find a way to make peace.

[ Dom crying ]

Abby: Shh.

Tucker: But, uh, well, is there any way that I can prove to you that I’m no threat to you or your family?

Abby: You know what? I don’t know. I just know that it hasn’t happened yet.

Tucker: Oh. Well, I don’t know if this will make a difference, but I’m just in love with that little guy. Because of my failure to find devon, I missed out on all that with him. And fortunately, he’s grown into an amazing man and father, despite my absence. Or maybe because of it. I don’t know. But I feel very fortunate to have him back in my life and now to be in dom’S. And, uh… it feels like a blessing. It feels like a blessing that I don’t want to squander this time. I don’t want to miss out on any more than I already have. I hope you can understand that.

Phyllis: Uh, diane has been great, actually. Yeah. We’ve been great. Everything’s great at marchetti.

Nick: Great. Uh, listen, I actually did not come over here to cause problems. Usually, you have that covered yourself.

Phyllis: Um, thank you. So, uh, can I ask you how you’re getting along with everyone at newman?

Nick: Sounds like my cue to leave. Uh, summer? I’m so glad you and kyle are home. It’s been a less than awesome day for me, and this has been a good way to end it. So good night.

Phyllis: [ Laughs ]

Summer: Okay. Um… does dad seem a little off to you?

Phyllis: Yeah, he does.

Summer: Do you think he’s all right?

Phyllis: Sure, he’s fine.

Nick: Hey, jack.

Jack: How are you, nick?

Nick: Good.

Jack: Uh, I’ll see you later. Hey.

Diane: I know what you’re trying to do, and it still won’t work.

Kyle: Hey, what’s wrong?

Diane: You will never, ever drive me away from my family. Do you understand?

Jack: Why don’t we get our own table? Here. Come on. Come on.

Summer: What the hell was that all about? ()

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Kyle: Hey. What’s going on?

Diane: [ Sighs ] Jeremy stark is in genoa city. And the only reason he knew to find me here is because phyllis told him where I was.

Kyle: Hold — hold — hold on. Are you sure it was her?

Diane: Yes! Who else would send him after me? Kyle, he came to the abbott house. Where harrison lives. God only knows what he’s thinking or planning.

Kyle: Okay, where is stark now?

Diane: I don’t know. But I don’t want you anywhere near him. I’m serious. You have no idea what he’s capable of.

Kyle: I promised you I would have your back. And I do.

Jack: Kyle, diane’s right. We don’t know what we’re dealing with yet. Let’s not do anything until we discuss how we’re going to respond to this man. Okay?

Kyle: Okay.

Jack: Now, I’m going to get diane out of here before she and phyllis have an even bigger confrontation. With everything that went on today, we should never have come out. Come on.

Tucker: I’m not asking for your immediate acceptance. I just hope that you’ll keep in mind what I said. Either way, I assume he’s on a schedule, so I’ll take my leave. Uh, thank you for setting this up.

Devon: Yeah.

Tucker: I hope we can do it again. With your blessing, of course. Bye, dom.

Devon: Thanks for coming. Hey. I’m sorry. I thought you were fine with the idea of him spending time with dominic.

Abby: I had started to come around to the idea, but actually seeing them together… there’s just a lot of messy history there. It brings me back to a time in my life that I’d rather forget.

Devon: Well, um, do you — you thinking that you don’t want him to have any contact at all?

Abby: No, no. He is your father, and he has a right to have a relationship with dominic. I mean, I don’t want you to keep your son away from him. And as much as tucker makes my skin crawl, he seems to adore dominic. So who am I to keep them apart?

Devon: I promise I’ll monitor all their interactions.

Abby: Thank you.

Devon: Of course. I’m glad you’re here.

Abby: Me, too.

Devon: How you doing?

Adam: I don’t know what else there is to say other than, uh…

[ Sighs ] …I really thought we could work.

Sally: I did, too. But maybe this is all we were meant to have. Or all we were ready for.

Adam: You — you said what we had was real. My feelings, they’re still real.

Sally: So are mine. But love changes. And that’s all right.

[ Sniffles ] We’re gonna be okay.

Sharon: I didn’t mean to offend you. Look, I’m glad that you’re still planning on being a part of dom’s life.

Chance: I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to jump down your throat. Just — just caught me off-guard.

Sharon: No, I get it. Getting a divorce is one thing, but divorcing when you share a child is a whole other level of complicated. Have you and abby discussed co-parenting?

Chance: No. No, not yet. I know we probably shouldn’t put that off, but everything just feels a little too raw right now. I-I still love her, sharon. It’s just our relationship wasn’t a good fit. And I can’t imagine how that affected our parenting and how this is going to affect it now. Look, I know it’s not dom’s fault. I just — I have to have that conversation with her.

Sharon: Well, you and abby do have one advantage. A third co-parent — devon. That could be a great buffer. In fact, it might be easier and even more effective to go through him until you both feel more comfortable communicating directly.

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Abby: Well, I, um — I talked to chance. And talking did not help things at all.

Devon: Why? What’d he say to you?

Abby: He said he doesn’t see why we should prolong the inevitable. And he wants to move forward with a divorce.

Devon: He doesn’t want to try counseling or anything? A trial separation? Something?

Abby: No. And I am trying to be brave and pragmatic, because, I mean, I can understand why chance feels that way. Why should I expect him to stay when I am the one who broke our vows?

Kyle: For summer’s sake, I have tried to give you the benefit of the doubt. I have tried to restrain myself from making judgments, to not take sides. But your childish and reckless behavior has gone too far. There is more at stake here than your delicate ego. You have put my family in legitimate danger, and now I have to go fix it.

Summer: Kyle, wait. What are you talking about? What needs to be fixed?

Kyle: Jeremy stark, the man my mom worked for in L.A., The convicted felon, flew to genuine city and went straight to our home looking for her. Where our little boy sleeps.

Summer: Oh, my god.

Kyle: And according to my mom, it was your mom who sent him there.

Chance: Victor.

Victor: Chance. Have you had occasion to talk to my daughter yet?

Chance: I have. Sorry to say, you won’t be pleased with the outcome. Goodbye.

Victor: Hi. Good afternoon.

Sharon: Hi. I couldn’t help but notice you were a little dismissive of chance.

Victor: That’s putting it mildly. When have you seen abby last?

Sharon: I couldn’t really say.

Victor: Mm. You would have known, then, that she’s heartbroken, okay? Chance did a lot of damage to her. I hardly see any reason to be cordial to someone who causes pain for my daughter.

Sharon: Well, there might be more to the story than you realize, and you might be being a little bit too hard on chance.

Victor: What do you know? If you still have symptoms of moderate

Phyllis: Hey, I thought you left, so I canceled your order. I’ll get it to go, okay?

Summer: Diane wasn’t freaking out over nothing.

Phyllis: What? I-I don’t know what diane was doing. She’s crazy. I keep on telling everybody this. Everybody.

Summer: You’re not getting out of it that easily this time, mom. Just be honest with me. I’m literally begging you to tell me the truth, because i have been going to bat for you, and I’m starting to realize that you’re making a fool out of me! If what kyle just told me is true, then I don’t even know what to say to you. How could you do this to our family? How could you put our family in danger? How could you put harrison in the line of fire?

Phyllis: I have no idea what you’re talking about.

Summer: Oh, I am so sick of you feigning ignorance. Don’t lie to me. You told jeremy stark that he could find diane at the abbott house.

Diane: I am — I am so sorry I lost it earlier. I mean, the whole idea of — of going out was to thank you for how wonderful you’ve been throughout all of this. And instead, I forced you to double down on your support of me. And that is not — that is not what I had in mind when I suggested that we have a meal together.

Jack: Hey, hey, hey, I know that.

Diane: I mean, look at me. I’m just, like, a basket of nerves.

Jack: I am looking at you, and I see nary a nerve.

Diane: [ Chuckles ]

Jack: There, you’re already bouncing back, just like you always do.

Diane: Thank you.

Adam: You deserve the world, sally. I’m sorry… that I couldn’t give it to you. But I-I don’t ever want you to settle for anything less. I hope you never forget that.

Sally: [ Sniffles ]

Adam: Nick.

Nick: I guess this is a bad time.

Tucker: Hi. Uh, scotch, neat, please.

[ Cellphone pings ]

Jeremy: “Jeremy stark is in genoa city.” You have done your research, talia.

[ Knock on door ]

Kyle: I’m only going to say this once. Leave diane jenkins alone.

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