Young & The Restless Transcript
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Sally: Nick, please say something. I mean, I don’t — I don’t know what you would say after finding out that your brother could be the father of this baby. I really can’t imagine what you’re thinking.
Nick: [ Sighs ] I mean, what you said about adam…
Nick: I was just wondering who was gonna bring it up first.
Tucker: Hey, adam. Been a minute.
Adam: Yeah, it has. Been staying out of trouble.
Tucker: That’s good. There’s just too many choices here. I can’t — I can’t make a decision. It’s impossible.
Adam: Well, everything’s delicious here, so you really can’t go wrong.
Tucker: What brings you here? Brownies? Sharon?
Adam: [ Chuckles ] Coffee.
Tucker: Ah, yes, yes, yes. Are you meeting somebody or…?
Adam: Just me tonight.
Tucker: Cool. Well, in that case, let me buy you that coffee…and a brownie.
Lily: Can I just go on record saying that any day that includes a casual conversation about a lawsuit is…
Jill: I don’t like it any more than you do.
Lily: Are you sure that holding on to devon’s half of the company is worth all of this trouble?
Jill: I thought we were on the same page, that if we let him buy it back, it will devalue our company.
Lily: No. I know. I know. I just — [ Sighs ] I just wish there were a better alternative.
Jill: So did I. Look, I appreciate how difficult this is for you, watching your brother be so egocentric, ’cause this whole thing has turned into the devon show. It’s about him, his father, his company, his feelings, versus all those legal documents he signed.
Lily: Well, look, I think it’s more complicated than that. I don’t know. There is a part of me that can understand why devon wants to pull out of this merger.
Jill: And is that the same part of you that can’t stand the thought of losing your father’s company?
Lily: Well, look, I mean, of course I want to maintain that connection to his legacy. But I think what hurts most is that I couldn’t keep my family together as part of that company. And on that front, I failed.
Devon: Hey, man. How you doing?
Daniel: Oh, where do I begin?
[ Chuckles ]
Devon: Yeah? You had a long day?
Daniel: You could say that.
Devon: Why don’t you take a load off?
Daniel: You know what? I don’t mind if I do.
Devon: Would you like to talk about it?
Daniel: Well, you know, for starters, my whole life has been revolving around this gaming platform. Outside of my kid, it’s been my sole purpose for being. Now everything just seems like it’s in limbo.
Devon: I take it lily filled you in on what’s going on at chancellor-winters?
Daniel: Yeah, I heard some things.
Devon: And, uh, you probably think that I’m responsible for your project being put on hold, right?
Daniel: As a matter of fact, I do. I’m still moving toward what’s next.
[ Both laugh ]
Mariah: You know, I’m always telling people that you take me to the coolest places in the city.
Tessa: Ugh, god.
Mariah: [ Laughs ]
Tessa: I would accuse you of making mom jokes, but you’ve always been cheesy.
Tessa: Ahh! You always bring me to the perfect spots.
Mariah: Well, you know, sometimes when you can’t get any sleep, you just got to throw out the rulebook and break the body’s expectations.
Tessa: Oh, is that how you’re gonna put our baby to sleep at night?
Mariah: After she’s born, which could be a matter of days from now.
Tessa: Ah! I just can’t believe it.
Mariah: She’s gonna be the coolest girl in the whole world.
Tessa: I mean, with us as parents, she has no choice.
Mariah: [ Laughs ] I’m thinking one part dreamer, one part fighter, and any time she’s overwhelmed or can’t sleep, she’s gonna take a long walk outside and look at the stars. She’s gonna grow up with so much love.
Tessa: That’s the luckiest girl in the world. She’s gonna change our lives forever…for the better.
[ Breathes deeply ]
Jill: All I can tell you is that I know what it feels like to have regrets about professional decisions I’ve made. Back when I worked at jabot, when I was head of the men’s line, my complicated history with john and jack forced me to make certain business decisions that I wouldn’t have otherwise made. And they weren’t always for the best. But I learned to stand up again, dust myself off, and focus on the task at hand. And I think I have a lot to be proud of.
Jill: Well, I don’t know if i can be proud of my inability to get devon to stick around.
Jill: Don’t focus on that. Your drive and your determination are what is moving this company forward. And I have no doubt that you’re gonna lead us to even greater heights once we go public. This is an opportunity. It’s an opportunity for you to lead unencumbered again.
Jill: But we still have to look out for devon because he is furious and in protective mode.
Jill: Devon is the one who should be worried. This merger has been in place for months. He can’t just say, “I’ve changed my mind, game over.” That isn’t how it works. Our two companies are intertwined, both legally and functionally. Plus, we offered him a very lucrative buyout.
Lily: Yeah. And he refused.
Jill: He simply has no legal standing for what he’s asking. So, why the hell is he putting all of us through this when there’s only one way this will end?
Devon: Let me just say you’re not wrong ’cause I am probably the main reason that your project isn’t moving forward right now. But what’s happening is complicated, and there’s just a lot of moving parts and a lot of factors.
Daniel: Mm-hmm. Look, I understand that. I do. I mean, my professional future is hanging in the balance here.
Daniel: I need this.
Devon: No, I know you do, and I completely get where you’re coming from. And I don’t want to be the one to hold you back, either, ’cause I believe that, even if chancellor can’t make omega sphere happen, any company with half a brain will scoop up your project.
Daniel: But I came to chancellor because I wanted to work with the two of you.
Devon: Well, I mean, you can be honest with me about that.
Devon: Meaning you only wanted to really develop the project with lily. Life cuisine is extra.
Tessa: Okay, let’s go through the list.
Mariah: What list?
Tessa: The baby list. I want to make sure we have everything.
Mariah: Oh. Uh, okay. Uh…crib.
Mariah: Rocking chair. Car seat?
Tessa: Ready in the car and ready to be filled.
Mariah: Awesome. Uh, okay…bottles, bottle sanitizer, wipes, formula, diapers?
Tessa: Check, check, check.
Tessa: Sharon told me that no matter how many bibs and burp cloths we have, we will need more.
Mariah: Then let’s put it on the list.
Mariah: Hey, I know I’ve been giving you hell about managing this list. It’s just you’re so good at it. You’re so dedicated and fastidious.
Tessa: [ Chuckles ]
Mariah: And now we don’t have to worry ’cause we have everything we need.
Tessa: [ Sighs ] We don’t have everything.
Mariah: We don’t?
Tessa: No. There is one very important thing that we have left undone and we need to take care of. And I really hope that we see eye to eye on this one.
Adam: Thank you. Ah, well, look at us. “Genoa city’s villains get their just dessert.”
Tucker: [ Chuckles ] Ba-dum-bum.
Adam: Right. Well, at least nobody can accuse us of drinking coffee alone.
Tucker: Mm. The peaceful man… the peaceful man is frequently alone, but never lonely.
Adam: You don’t say.
Tucker: Mm-hmm. I’ll bet you haven’t had a night of peace in ages.
Adam: You would not be wrong.
Tucker: If you seek enlightenment…
[ Clicks tongue ]
Adam: I’m supposed to confess my sins and get some kind of absolution?
Tucker: Well, may I offer my own truths.
Adam: Knock yourself out.
Tucker: Perhaps you and I are here in this moment of time together ’cause we’re so alike. I have been trying to evolve. I’ve been trying to become the man I’m supposed to be, that i should be. And yet I continue to misjudge situations and underestimate the people in my life. I’d always believed that being honest was gonna hinder my cause for some reason, so I employed subterfuge. And it has bitten me in the ass.
Adam: You know, when you came back to town, you said something about reuniting with devon and meeting dom, maybe starting something up with ashley again.
Tucker: Good memory.
Adam: Mm-hmm. And yet here you are, party of one. Ashley’s in paris. She left rather abruptly. Pretty big surprise to everybody at jabot.
Tucker: Yeah. Well, my feelings were sincere, but I was just [Chuckles] — I was an arrogant son of a bitch. I thought I knew more than everyone, more than the people i loved. And I lost big time.
Sally: You already knew that there was a chance that adam could be the father?
Nick: Yeah. I mean, it, uh — it occurred to me a while ago.
Sally: You didn’t say anything.
Nick: I didn’t want freak you out.
Sally: I’ve been freaked out since the beginning.
[ Both laugh ]
Nick: Yeah. Um… I just figured whenever you were ready, you would bring it up. You’re running this show, sally. I’m totally cool following your lead.
Sally: I’m really sorry i didn’t tell you sooner, just like I’m sorry I waited to tell you that I was pregnant. You’ve really been amazing. And I just — I — I realized tonight that I couldn’t even look at myself in the mirror anymore until I was completely honest with you.
Nick: Yeah. I-I get it, you know? I, um… I did the math. You think there’s a chance adam has, too, and suspects something?
Sally: I don’t know.
Nick: I mean, I was right there when he asked you point blank what was wrong with you. He knows you haven’t been yourself lately.
Sally: Yeah, I, um… I don’t know. Things have been awkward for me around adam. I was hoping maybe he would think it was normal ’cause we’re exes and I’m seeing his brother. And — and no matter how well adam reads me, there’s no reason for him to jump to the baby conclusion.
Sally: And just so you know, so there’s not any doubt, there was only that one time with adam in december. There’s been nothing since.
Nick: I believe you. Hey, what’s bothering you now?
Sally: It’s just that last time with adam… I knew it was never gonna work with him. Fate wouldn’t be that cruel, right? To make adam the father when it’s finally completely over?
Nick: I don’t know. Um, fate can sometimes have an interesting sense of humor. I’ve been down this road before. Boy, have I. It’s not easy for anyone.
Sally: So, what do we do?
Nick: Just strap on our seatbelts and see where this ride takes us.
Sally: You’re just leaving? Who says you have to spend more on skincare
Nick: I mean, I’m not leaving because I’m angry. I’m leaving ’cause I got to get home to christian and you need to get some rest.
Sally: Do you remember that thing that you told me that you used to do with christian before bedtime?
Nick: Spraying under his bed for monsters.
Sally: Yeah. Convince me that I’m just making all this stuff up in my head because I’m still worried that you’re angry.
Nick: I mean, for that, you’re gonna need, like, the first class super duper extra strength spray.
Sally: [ Laughs ]
Nick: I’m not mad at you or adam or the baby or the situation. Sally, this doesn’t change one thing for us or how I feel about you.
Sally: That’s very sweet of you.
Nick: Well, it’s the truth.
Sally: Yeah, but just because you say nothing’s gonna change doesn’t mean it won’T. And it’s nothing against you. It’s just life. You know, it’s messy and uncertain.
Nick: Are you serious? Messy and uncertain? It’s like my specialty. I’m solid. Just please don’t worry about it, alright? I just want you to focus on yourself and your baby. And you do that by getting rest.
Sally: This bed does look really inviting.
Nick: Well, then let’s get you in there.
Sally: [ Chuckles ]
Nick: There you go. There we go. Get comfy.
Sally: [ Sighs ] I might actually be able to get some sleep tonight because, honestly, keeping that secret from you was destroying me.
Nick: Well, let that be a lesson. Always come clean.
Sally: Thank you.
Nick: You want me to leave you some of my monster spray? I have cases of it.
Sally: Yeah, can you leave some by the bedside?
Nick: I might do that. Better?
Mariah: We have discussed every baby issue from multiple angles. Why wouldn’t we agree?
Tessa: Because this is an important decision. And this baby doesn’t have the most crucial thing in the world.
Mariah: This baby is gonna have two loving parents and a whole messy bunch of family and friends. What more could she need?
Tessa: A name.
Mariah: Oh. That.
Tessa: Look, I know we put it off because we didn’t want to get our hopes up.
Mariah: Ugh. I know. It’s just naming her — that makes everything so very, very real. And it also makes all of the bad what-ifs real, too.
Tessa: No. No. We are not gonna give those oxygen because in just a few days we are gonna bring our baby girl into the world. And we can’t just bring her into the house and call her “baby.”
Mariah: Yeah, agreed. Okay, let’s get to work.
Daniel: Thank you.
Devon: That’s on me, by the way.
Daniel: Oh, no, no, no. Please. I couldn’T. I might be dead in the water over at chancellor, but, um, i can still afford to pay for my own drinks. But thank you.
Devon: You got it, man. And listen, the only thing i meant by saying that you only want to work with lily is just ’cause it’s — it’s natural. You gravitate towards people you know, and you and lily — you clearly have a lot of history, so it makes sense. That’s it. And I don’t see a reason why you and her can’t move forward with chancellor once the dust settles.
Daniel: Sure, but I mean, now there’s no guarantees, right?
Devon: Well, I mean, you’re only hearing lily’s side of things.
Daniel: [ Breathes deeply ] You know what? What I know is that lily is going through hell because of your decision to bust up this merger, and I’m not just talking about this because of what’s at stake for me. I mean, come on, man. I just can’t fathom, like, that you would want to hurt her this way.
Devon: I don’t want to hurt her this way. I’m not trying to hurt her, daniel. You don’t know the full story.
Daniel: You’re right. I do not know all the ins and outs, but what I do know — what I know is lily’s heart. And, man, it just doesn’t seem like you have a problem breaking it right now.
Lily: Look, playing devil’s advocate, maybe devon would have never agreed to this merger if he knew we were going public. Maybe he feels like he signed under false pretenses.
Jill: Well, then he’s woefully mistaken. There was no long-term plot to lure him in so we could steal hamilton-winters. The merger was your idea. The ipo was mine. Devon’s been around long enough to know that there is no static in the business world.
Lily: Yeah, that’s true, but —
Jill: An ipo is a logical and reasonable response, given our profits and our success. He just doesn’t like the plan. So he wants to take his ball and go home. Aw, sweetie, it’s so unfortunate that you got in the middle of this.
Lily: Well, I guess I should look at it like another day in the office.
Jill: No. I know how difficult this is for you, and I do appreciate your loyalty to your brother. Alright, so, if you feel that you need to recuse yourself from being involved in this lawsuit, I understand. And I am prepared to fight this alone.
Lily: No, look, I will do what it takes to protect the company. But I do have a request.
Jill: Well, then let’s hear it.
Lily: I don’t think that this lawsuit should stop us from doing business. And I really believe that we should move forward with daniel’s platform, omega sphere.
Jill: Okay. The video game.
Lily: Jill, it is so much more than that. I mean, this platform could make a name for us in the gaming industry.
Jill: You really believe in this.
Lily: Yes, of course I do. This is a groundbreaking platform, and I think it’s a great partnership for us. And I really hope that you will say yes…tonight. What about this guy?
“The young and the restless”
Devon: I’m as hurt as lily is that things have gotten to this point, but she and I have very different views on how to run a business. And I’ve had reservations about going public for a long time now for good reasons. And she’s making the choice to ignore those reasons and side with jill, which is fine. She can do that. They can take chancellor public all they want. I just want to reclaim the company that I created with neil.
Daniel: But she’s your sister.
Devon: I know who she is. That’s not gonna change.
Daniel: You know, just because you guys had differences in the past and you were able to eventually forgive each other for them and get past it doesn’t mean it’s gonna happen that way again. You’re taking her for granted, man, and that is a sure-fire way to lose someone you love.
Devon: [ Sighs ]
Tucker: What’s going on with you?
Adam: Man, you are awfully set on having a heart-to-heart. It makes me wonder why.
Tucker: [ Sighs ] I’m not looking for a pal or anything. It seems like we’re cut from the same cloth, is all. And there’s something to be said for, uh — for unloading onto someone who is in no position to judge or who really doesn’t care. It’s liberating.
Adam: I lost someone that’s, uh, very special to me.
Tucker: Oh, I’m sorry.
Adam: Well, losing her was bad enough, but it’s to whom i lost her which is the salt, the lemon, and, um, the battery acid in the open wound.
Tucker: Oh. Was it a friend or foe?
Adam: It’s family.
Tucker: Ugh. Well, if you want my advice, um, try not to think in absolutes. You know, you can never step in the same river twice ’cause it’s ever-changing, just like we are. So, this woman you love, who you lost, is not the same woman she was yesterday, just like you’re not the same man. Hope springs eternal. You never know what’s gonna happen, right?
Sally: Now that we’ve discussed the possibility that adam could be the father, should I tell him? Or should I just keep this to myself for as long as humanly possible?
Nick: Um… it’s your call. You should do what you want.
Sally: But you think I should tell him, sooner rather than later.
Nick: I really do. It won’t be any fun in the moment, but look how much better you felt after you told me. And this isn’t about what adam does or doesn’t deserve. Sally, you deserve to have as few burdens as possible so you can focus on yourself and have the healthiest pregnancy that you can. And it doesn’t do you any good to keep any secrets. They always come to light.
Sally: Yeah, you’re right. Everything should be out in the open. I should…find out the truth.
Sally: I will have a paternity test done and get the answers that we need. Your heart is the beat of life.
Mariah: Before we get started, I just wanted to say there’s no bad answers here, alright? No judgment, no outrage, no giggling. Just an honest conversation about baby names.
Tessa: Okay. I’m in.
Mariah: Okay. I will, uh, go first. Hyacinth.
Tessa: Oh. I’ll put it on the list. Okay, um… anoushka?
Mariah: [ Laughs ]
Tessa: [ Gasps ] No!
Mariah: I’m sorry.
Tessa: No! You said this was a safe space. No giggling!
Mariah: I’m so sorry. You’re right. You’re right. That was wrong. That was wrong.
Tessa: So wrong.
Mariah: Okay, go again.
Tessa: Adele? Like you can think of something better.
Mariah: Better than “adele anoushka”? Yeah, you bet I can.
Tessa: Okay, fine. You do your thing. You name the baby.
Mariah: You know what? I will. So, it’s got to be something ageless…
Mariah: …And timeless. You know, it’s got to — it’s got to stand out, but not too far out.
Tessa: Okay. I mean, I’d like something that resonates, something that you hear and you don’t forget, you know, something one-of-a-kind.
Mariah: Just like our girl.
Tessa: Let’s try out a few.
Mariah: Okay. You go first.
Tessa: Okay. “Everly? Are you ready for bedtime?”
Mariah: Oh, it’s sweet!
Mariah: I like it. I do.
Tessa: Okay, okay.
Mariah: Um… “emerson?”
Tessa: [ Gasps ]
Mariah: “Have you finished your french homework?”
Tessa: Ooh. Okay. Um… “tuesday, I have never seen a brighter smile. Good job at brushing your teeth.”
Mariah: [ Laughs ] So, tuesday’s a good brusher?
Tessa: Not one cavity.
Mariah: Oh, I like her already.
Tessa: Ah, I just can’t wait to see her sweet little face and her cute little fingernails.
Mariah: Can you imagine what it’s gonna be like to just — to be holding her in our arms, knowing that she’s ours?
Tessa: I hope she likes my music.
[ Both laugh ]
Mariah: She’s gonna love it. And she’s gonna love her name.
Tessa: Which is…?
Mariah: [ Inhales deeply ] To be determined.
Mariah: You know, we need to get her home and see what she — what she feels like, who she is.
Tessa: You’re right. We should get a sense of her personality. You know, delphine could be late. I mean, what if “to be determined” likes to be late to the party?
Mariah: [ Laughs ] Well, then she’d be just like her mother.
Tessa: Oh, honey, don’t talk about yourself like that.
Mariah: Excuse me? You’re the late one. You used to at least try to be on time, but then when you realized that I would just wait for you, all bets were off.
Tessa: [ Laughs ] And now we’re waiting for our daughter. Oh, my gosh, I will just never get sick of saying that.
Mariah: “Our daughter.” Wow. It’s got to be the two best words that ever were.
Tessa: It’s normal to be terrified, right?
Mariah: It’s completely normal.
Tessa: [ Breathes deeply ]
Tucker: Well, mr. Newman, this has been a blast, but this is as much excitement as I can handle in one night.
Adam: [ Groans ] Yeah, I know what you mean. So let’s never do it again.
Tucker: It’s a date. Hey, nick! Isn’t it past your bedtime?
[ Laughter ]
Nick: That’s funny.
[ Hands clap ] I didn’t realize you two were friends.
Tucker: Oh, we’re not.
Adam: Oh, no, we just — it turns out we both like coffee.
Tucker: I know. What are the odds of that?
Adam: Yeah. This could be the beginning of a very interesting friendship.
Tucker: Anything can happen. And with that [Clicks tongue] Good night.
Adam: Hey, I’m actually, uh, glad I ran into you.
Nick: Why is that?
Adam: Uh, because I wanted to let you know that I told jack that victor and potentially kyle were trying to pull the rug out from under me at jabot. So, thank you for the heads-up. I know your motivation was self-serving, but your impulse was generous.
Nick: Well, I sure hope jack has your back.
Adam: We’ll find out soon enough, I suppose. Look, do you actually have a minute?
Nick: Depends. What do you want?
Adam: I figured since we’re in a “sort of getting along” phase, I could ask you a question.
Nick: Alright. Go for it.
Adam: What is going on with sally?
Daniel: Yes, it is easy to get distracted by emotions. And I know you’re gonna say that it’s only business, but don’t — don’t minimize who she is. Lily is brilliant. She’s incredibly loyal. She’s the kind of person that you want by your side, not across the courtroom.
Lily: Sorry. I was eavesdropping. Thank you, daniel, for your support, but devon is free to make up his own mind.
Devon: Well, I appreciate you saying that, but I just want to say that I agree with every single thing that you just said about her. And I mean that. You keep saying, lily, that this is all about keeping me on board and us working together as a family — right? — And carrying out this legacy.
Lily: Yes, that is true.
Devon: Okay. I had a thought then. Why don’t you come and join me at hamilton-winters and we can run our father’s company together, side by side? You say the most important thing is our relationship, which i agree with. So, why not say yes to that?
Lily: [ Scoffs ] I’m sorry. Is this like a loyalty test? I don’t — why do I have to give up chancellor-winters to make you feel better?
Devon: It’s not about making me feel better. It’s about doing what you claim you want to do so bad, which is work with me, right? No? I mean, your response — it just proves to me again that business is everything to you. So I don’t want to hear any more that this is just about family when we know where you stand. Sorry. This is the sound of better breathing.
Daniel: Wow, that was brutal.
Lily: All part of the job description.
Daniel: Mm. Rolling with the punches?
Lily: [ Chuckles ] I mean, what’s the alternative? Every time I try to make things better with devon, they get worse, so… but it’s fine. It’s fine. Everything’s fine.
Daniel: I hope that I didn’t overstep, telling devon how i felt about what he’s doing.
Lily: No. Look, I know that you meant well, but I don’t think that anyone can change his mind at this point.
Daniel: Well, I am truly sorry that you’re having to deal with all this.
Lily: Thank you. Anyway, I have some news for you.
Daniel: Okay. Lay it on me.
Lily: So, I spoke with jill about the future of omega sphere.
Lily: And… she said yes.
[ Laughs ] She wants to move forward.
Daniel: Are you serious?
Lily: Yes. Yes. I’m serious. Everything that you asked for. So, how soon can you have it ready to launch?
Daniel: [ Chuckles ] I-I… I don’t know what to say. Uh…
Lily: [ Laughs ]
Daniel: You did it. This is — it’s happening.
Lily: Yes. It’s happening.
Daniel: This is incredible.
Lily: [ Laughs ] It’s happening.
Daniel: Oh, my god.
Lily: Oh, I am so happy.
Tessa: [ Yawns ]
Mariah: [ Chuckles ] Are you getting sleepy?
Tessa: Yes. Finally. Are you?
Mariah: No, not just yet. But I love that the sound of my voice can put the person that i love most in the world to sleep.
[ Both laugh ]
Tessa: That will come in very handy in the years to come.
Mariah: Oh, so, I’m on sleep duty?
Tessa: Oh, yeah, I mean, only until she’s in college.
Mariah: Well, then that means you’re the disciplinarian.
Tessa: [ Gasps ] Wait. No, no. That doesn’t work.
Mariah: [ Chuckles ] Well, if the sound of my voice sends her off to dreamland, i can’t also be the person that tells her to study or to do her chores, you know? She’ll be falling asleep as she’s trying to clean out the garage or learn the state capitals.
Tessa: But I don’t want to be the bad guy.
Mariah: [ Chuckles ] Never.
Tessa: We’ll do it together.
[ Breathes deeply ] We’re gonna be good moms. We’re not gonna be bad moms, okay? We’re gonna be cool and chill.
Tessa: She can talk to us about anything —
Mariah: Oh. Oh, my god.
Mariah: It’s delphine.
Tessa: Okay. Okay.
Mariah: I-I’m answering it.
Tessa: Yeah. Yeah. Yeah.
Mariah: Hi! Delphine! Uh, we’re — we’re great. How are you?
Tessa: [ Exhales heavily ]
Mariah: In labor?
Tessa: In labor?
Mariah: Uh… okay. Yeah. You’re, uh, in labor. Um, do you know how — it’s happening right now.
Tessa: Right now? Okay.
Mariah: Uh, alright, alright. Um, well, you know what? Uh, we are gonna be there as — as fast as we can, and, um — and, uh [Chuckles] We’re gonna be there for you. We’re gonna take care of you. So, uh — so, just, uh — ooh, she says be safe.
Mariah: Okay. Just — just make sure you’re breathing through your contractions, alright? And you are not gonna have to do this alone. I promise, okay? Okay. We’ll see you soon. Alright.
Tessa: We’re gonna meet our baby.
Mariah: Our baby is coming.
[ Both laugh ]
Tessa: Oh, my god!
Mariah: Mwah! I love you.
Tessa: I love you.
Mariah: I love you. Oh, my god!
[ Both laughing ]
Sally: [ Sighs heavily ]
[ Exhales heavily ]
[ Sighs ] Voicemail. Of course. It’s after hours.
[ Breathes deeply ] Yes. Hi. I would like to make an appointment for a paternity test.
Nick: There’s nothing for you to worry about, adam. I heard what sally said to you before.
Adam: Yeah. She said she was having some problems starting her business. But it just felt like it was something more, maybe something she couldn’t say.
Nick: Maybe she’s just uncomfortable being around both of us at the same time. Look, sally’s tough, but can you imagine how hard that must be for her? And I don’t know when or if that’s gonna change.
Adam: Okay. That’s fair enough.
Nick: Hi. Can I get, uh…
[ Speaking indistinctly ]
That’s it. Yeah.