Young & The Restless Transcript
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[ Door opens ]
Diane: [ Gasps ]
Jack: Hey. What’s wrong?
Jeremy: Detective. You on a coffee break or off the clock?
Chance: I heard you managed to get out somehow. You want to explain what you’re doing back in genoa city?
Jeremy: You’re not worried, are you? Because I’m not here to cause trouble for you or the gcpd. And I’m certainly not harboring any hard feelings about that false arrest. I don’t blame you for that.
Chance: Well, that’s real big of you, stark, given there was credible evidence.
Jeremy: Yeah. And you were just as much a victim of the setup as I was. You were duped by the planted evidence, and you were only taking orders from the chicago police department. Isn’t diane’s new protector, jack abbott, also your wife’s uncle? Families shouldn’t be playing so dirty, right? Oh, I’m sorry. Did I hit a sore spot? And abbott — well, he isn’t your family anymore, is he? And I heard through the rumor mill that ms. Newman is now your ex-wife.
[ Sighs ]
Heather: Okay, and you gathered a lot of gifts.
Lucy: I think have everything.
Heather: Do we need to buy a new suitcase?
Lucy: I don’t think so.
Heather: Lucky duck.
Lucy: I am, like, a really good packer.
Heather: Can you help me?
Heather: Can I outsource my packing?
Lucy: [ Giggles ]
Daniel: There’s my two favorite people.
Lucy: Hi, dad.
Daniel: Hey. I’m glad I got a chance to see you before you head back to lisbon. How was your visit with paul and christine?
Lucy: It was good.
Heather: Of course you would say that. They spoiled her rotten. But now vacation time has come to an end, and it is back to work and school for us girls.
Daniel: Hey, look, I totally understand. The two of you have full lives.
Heather: You have a pretty full life, too. You’re building something new and wonderful here in genoa city. That’s — that’s really something to be proud of.
Daniel: Thank you. I hope you know that, um, I wish nothing but happiness for you.
Heather: I appreciate that. And, truly, I want the same for you, too.
Nate: I am so glad we were able to catch this quick meal together before your late-night shift.
Elena: Yes. Take-out for dinner was a smart idea, and it was sweet of you to get all my favorites, even though you had to go to two different places to do it.
Nate: I wanted to do something special for you. You know, we need to grab these moments when we can. I’ve got to head back out soon myself.
Elena: Yeah? You going back to the office?
Nate: Yeah, but I want to make a stop first. I asked lily to meet me at society.
Elena: Lily? That’s surprising, considering all the tension between you two. What’s the topic?
Elena: Devon? Well, devon lives right across the hall, so if you have something to discuss with him, why not walk over and knock instead of going to lily?
Nate: Because I sense a major showdown looming between her and devon.
[ Door opens ]
Devon: Hey, pretty lady.
Devon: What are you doing back here?
Abby: Mwah! Well, dominic is with louise, so I thought maybe the two of us could go grab a bite to eat.
Devon: Oh, man. That sounds great, but I have way too much work to do. I got to get these documents together for christine.
Abby: Well, I’m sure she doesn’t need them immediately. Come on. Take a break. God only knows you need it.
Devon: That’s not an option, though. She does need them immediately. I told her I’d get them to her as soon as possible. And you know this is a priority.
Abby: [ Sighs ] Yes, I know it’s a priority, but… look, I’m just trying to distract you from all the stress that you’re under. You haven’t been eating well or sleeping. You can’t keep this up. I’m worried that you’re pushing yourself too hard.
Mr. Clean magic eraser powers
through tough messes.
provided by… my blood pressure is borderline.
Diane: I’m — I’m fine now. I’m just a little on edge. I was upstairs, and I heard the doorbell ring. And then by the time I got down here, somebody had just dropped this off.
Jack: No return address, no postage, no anything.
Diane: Yeah, someone just left it. You know, at first I thought it was for harrison, but then after seeing my name, those smiley faces became a bit more ominous.
Jack: You think this is from stark?
Diane: Yeah, it’s just like jeremy. You know, it’s one of his sick little games.
Jack: Well, if this is from him, this is a pretty juvenile attempt to scare you.
Diane: Well, clowns are juvenile, too, but it doesn’t mean I want to watch a horror movie about one. No, he is twisted and he is dangerous and he loves inflicting misery and that’s why I haven’t opened it.
Jack: You think he would send something that could harm you?
Diane: Well, I have no idea at this point. But, jack, we did get the man arrested, and he’s out again already, so who knows what he’s going to do for revenge?
Jack: You can’t let him get under your skin. That’s just what he’s expecting.
Diane: I know. I know. And I hate that I’m feeling threatened by him again.
Jack: Trust me, you are safe here with me. Security is always on standby. I can alert them to be more vigilant.
Diane: [ Sighs ]
Jack: I am not going to allow that man to insinuate himself into our psyches again.
Chance: What game you trying to play, stark?
Jeremy: Hey, I’m just trying to have an idle conversation here, okay? I didn’t know I struck a nerve. Large coffee to go, please. Thank you.
Chance: Let me make one thing very clear to you. My personal life is none of your damn concern. You got it? Now, as for this claim that you were set up, as you just pointed out, the crime took place outside my jurisdiction. So, if you have any complaints about how the case was handled, take it up with chicago P.D. Go play victim with them.
Jeremy: Well, I’m out of jail now, and the case didn’t hold up long enough for an indictment, so I don’t want to talk another minute about that fiasco. But you — you seem to be dealing with intense frustration.
Chance: Don’t act like you know me.
Jeremy: I did a little check-up on you, and I got to tell you, you’re one hell of a detective. Your background is quite impressive. The long history of law enforcement and your service to your country indicates that you’ve — that you’ve given your life to upholding law and order. Now, you must have been livid when you realized that one of genoa city’s so-called upstanding citizens, jack abbott, used you that way.
Chance: You know what I find odd? That you would come back here, given how your last visit turned out. Now, I can only assume that you’re here for one reason, and that’s to cause more trouble. And it is my job, stark, to warn you that that would be a very bad idea.
Jeremy: Hey, take it easy, detective. I don’t intend to do anything of the sort. I’m just here to enjoy the warmth and the — thank you — generosity of your lovely little city.
Devon: I’ve just been worried about this lawsuit and the potential damage that it’s gonna do to my company or to my relationship with lily ’cause i know it’s a big risk to go to court.
Abby: I just wish that lily could see what this suit is doing to you. It’s eating you alive.
Devon: Yeah, I don’t think it would make a difference ’cause she’s only worried about money right now and losing a valuable commodity, so…
Abby: [ Scoffs ] And that commodity is you, your sibling bond. I just wish the two of you could —
Devon: I know. I know. Believe me, I — I just need to get control of my company first, and then I can worry about fixing our relationship.
Abby: But what if it’s too late?
Elena: I still don’t understand why you need to talk to lily about devon.
Nate: I can’t help feeling kind of guilty about what’s been happening. Maybe my actions or the accusations I aimed at devon set this whole battle in motion.
Elena: How so?
Nate: I was the first to point out that devon didn’t want to share leadership of his company with anyone. Lily didn’t see it at first, but I think she finally started to notice those same signs. And now, if there’s conflict between the two of them over leadership of chancellor-winters, I can’t help feeling somewhat responsible for lighting that fuse.
Elena: Yeah, but you’re basing all of this on a rumor. And I think you know you can’t rely on that.
Nate: There’s something else.
Elena: I’m listening.
Nate: I saw christine leaving devon’s earlier, and it didn’t look like a social call. So that’s why I think I should talk with lily and see if there’s anything I can do to help diffuse the situation.
Elena: I’m sorry, nate, but this sounds like a terrible idea.
Heather: Excuse me. I need to call a car to take us to the airport. So, I’ll be right back.
Daniel: [ Sighs ]
Lucy: I can’t believe you’re wearing it.
Daniel: Yeah, it makes me feel closer to you. I hope you know how much our talk meant to me. It’s a big deal that you felt like you could be honest about how my actions in savannah hurt and upset you.
Lucy: We don’t have to get into all that again. I feel better now that I had the chance to tell you.
Daniel: Well, let’s keep up that communication. I meant it. I meant it when I promised that we could have more talks and video chats anytime. And, um, you know, maybe when you’re ready, we could plan another visit? It could be here, there, anywhere you want. No pressure, by the way. It’s all on your timetable. Just… how does that sound?
Daniel: I-I want you to always be able to talk to me, even if it means calling me out. Although hopefully in the future, you know, the only things you have to complain about are my dad jokes and my fashion faux pas.
Lucy: [ Chuckles ] I’ll be sure to let you know.
Daniel: Good. ‘Cause I’m determined to earn your trust back and my place in your life.
Lucy: Will you share your princess louisa game with me while you’re working on it? Maybe I could even be part of the team that tests it out?
Daniel: I would like that a lot.
Lucy: I have a feeling you’re waiting to see if it’s okay to hug me.
Daniel: [ Laughs ] Yeah. Uh, you know, I didn’t want to push — oh. [ Chuckles ] Whoa.
Heather: The car will be here in a minute, so… we should probably get going.
Lucy: I’ll call you. We can video-chat when I get home. From maybelline new york
Nate: Why would you think talking to lily is a bad idea? You were the one pushing me to smooth things over with devon. You even conspired with abby to get devon and me to spend christmastime together.
Elena: Yes, abby and I tried to do everything that we could to help heal your family. Or at least put some of those negative feelings aside.
Nate: And it worked, for a moment. It gave us a chance to remember the love and the deep family history we share. And for a moment, it felt like we were starting to repair things little by little. But, elena, that feels like a lifetime ago. Devon and I are cousins who act more like strangers. I mean, we live across the hall from each other, and we hardly speak. How much longer can that go on?
Elena: Nate, I would love for this family feud to end, too. But I really think you need to consider that you might be doing more harm than good. Whatever your cousins are going through, that is their business.
Nate: But they’re my family. I can’t sit back and watch them be ripped apart like this.
Elena: I really hope you reconsider.
Nate: Elena, I just have this gut feeling that my mother would want me to do anything I could to stop this. Trust me. This is something I have to do.
Devon: Listen, I hear you, but this lawsuit has to resolve itself before I can think about doing anything else. And I can’t turn back now, you know, ’cause lily and I — we’ve pleaded our cases to each other and neither one of us want to budge. So the lines have been drawn.
Abby: There just has to be another way to resolve this.
Devon: If you know one, tell me, honestly, ’cause I don’t know what else to do. But I know that family is as important to you as it is to me, which is why I’m fighting so hard to protect this company that belongs to our family. Lily’s fighting for a company that she just runs. She’s not even connected to it.
Abby: Look, I get it. And I know that this runs deep. I see how much pain it’s causing you, but… look, I support you no matter what. I just wish that it wasn’t so hostile.
Devon: I know. I do, too. And I thank you for that. But I also appreciate you being honest with me, and I like that you can call me out when you think I need to hear something.
Abby: Well, we’ve always been that for each other.
Devon: I know that. That’s why I trust you more than anybody else in my life.
[ Cellphone pings ]
Abby: [ Sighs ] Sorry. That is a meeting that I have to get to. Um, I have to go.
Devon: That’s alright. Don’t apologize at all. But, listen, I will take your advice, and I promise I will rest and take care of myself.
Abby: Good. I care about you. That’s all I was trying to say.
[ Both laugh ]
Diane: So, how are we going to deal with jeremy this time? I won’t have you engaging in any more nefarious plots against him. Our last attempt to get him out of our lives caused so much tension between kyle and summer, and I won’t go through that again or bring any more danger to this family, especially now that I’m living here.
[ Doorbell rings ]
Jack: Chance. What a surprise.
Chance: May I come in?
Diane: Hello, chance.
Chance: Oh, great. You’re both here. This will save me a trip. Well, I wanted to come by today to tell you that I ran into jeremy stark. Now, I assume that you’ve heard he’s out of prison. Well, now he’s back in town, as well. And I got the feeling he’s got his mind set on causing all kinds of problems.
Jack: We’ve already crossed paths with him, but thank you for the warning.
Chance: Actually, jack, this warning goes both ways.
Jack: Meaning what?
Chance: Well, as much as i think stark is trouble, I could not deny his suspicions about this burglary case ring true. And this whole thing has left me with a very bad taste. So I will be watching stark, but I will also be watching you, toO. I’ve warned him, and now I’m warning you. If you have any ideas about handling stark yourselves, don’T. Don’t even think about it.
Elena: Hey. I’m glad I ran into you. I was actually thinking about calling you.
Abby: Really? You were? Why?
Elena: It’s about devon and nate. You have a minute to chat?
Abby: Um, you know what? Actually, I was gonna go to a meeting, but, um, I can postpone it. If there is any way I can help mend relationships in devon’s family, I would love to help. I thought the two of us made some headway at christmas.
Elena: Yeah, me too, but i guess that stalled, and now I’m a little concerned that nate’s about to make things much worse. #1 isn’t a status earned overnight.
Phyllis: Hey, I saw heather and lucy on their way to the airport.
Daniel: [ Sighs ]
Phyllis: I guess you said your goodbyes.
Phyllis: Hey, I know what it’s like to be distant from your child. I really do. Physically and emotionally. Oh, it is brutal. It is so brutal. Hey, but at least they’ve seen how you’ve turned your life around. They don’t have to hear about it from portugal. They saw it firsthand.
Daniel: That’s not much comfort.
Phyllis: They will come around. Definitely lucy will because that bond with family — boy, that is strong, especially the bond between parent and child. That is so strong. That can withstand anything.
Daniel: Are you talking about me and lucy, hmm? Or is this about you, as usual?
Abby: Okay, so, what’s going on with nate? Why does he have you so worried?
Elena: Well, apparently, nate heard a rumor from a former colleague at chancellor-winters that there’s been a lot of tension between devon and lily. So he’s decided to put himself in the middle of whatever they’re going through.
Abby: Oh, no.
Elena: Yeah. So I was hoping you’d be able to shed some light onto what’s going on so I have some idea what nate’s walking into.
Abby: Look, I’m worried about devon, too. I just… I really don’t want to betray his confidence.
Elena: I understand. And maybe I’m overstepping by coming to you. I was just thinking if there’s a chance for us to prevent any worse family rupture, then we should do everything that we can.
Abby: Well, I guess this is all gonna be public knowledge soon enough. Devon is suing chancellor-winters to regain control of his company.
Nate: Thanks for coming. I wasn’t sure you’d show up.
Lily: Yeah, I wasn’t so sure myself. So, how are things at newman?
Nate: I’m starting to settle in. The work is interesting.
Lily: Oh! That’s amazing.
Nate: [ Chuckles ] Yeah, it’s, uh — it’s challenging, though. But I feel like I’m up for it. So, uh, what about you? How are things on your end?
Lily: Yeah. You know what? I can’t do this small talk, so I’m gonna go back to work.
Nate: Lily, wait, wait, wait. I-I didn’t call you here to talk about work. I wanted to see you because we’re family and so I can ask you about how things are going with devon.
Lily: What about devon?
Nate: Well, I saw christine leaving his place, and from what I could tell, it didn’t look like she was there to have coffee or visit dom. And I’ve been hearing rumors that there’s tension going on in the company. Listen, I’m worried, and I — and I’m hoping I could help.
Lily: [ Scoffs ]
Jack: Believe me, chance, stark is the one you want to be watching. Diane found this at our front door today. We are convinced it’s another attempt on his part to play mind games with us.
Chance: [ Sighs ] Okay. I see you didn’t open it.
Jack: I have no intention of opening it. I can’t imagine there’s anything of significance here. This is a cheap provocation, and we’re not going to buy into his garbage.
Chance: Damn it, jack, this is exactly what I’m talking about. If you think that stark sent this to you, why didn’t you notify the police? Why is it just sitting in your living room?
Diane: Well, I didn’t think it was anything harmful. Direct violence doesn’t seem to be what jeremy has in mind.
Chance: And what you think he intends?
Diane: Well, I get the feeling that this is some sort of slow psychological torture. He wants to keep us guessing about what his next move is. But you know what? I’m not — I’m not playing that game. I-I can’t take it. I want to know now.
Chance: No, no! Stop! Stop!
[ Sighs ] I’m managing my high blood pressure,
“The young and the restless”
will continue. Just between us,
Diane: [ Chuckles ] Jeremy always did love a good mystery novel. “The invisible heist,” one of his favorites, about a jewel thief.
Chance: Clever of him.
Diane: Yeah, it’s one of his sick little games.
Chance: Okay, listen to me. If this man is as dangerous as you seem to think, you need to bring something like this to us. I mean, damn, what is the point of being a cop if everyone in this town is just gonna run around and do whatever the hell they want? It’s unbelievable. It is not your job to figure out his next move. Do you understand me? Now, if he does anything else, if he sends any more mysterious packages, anything, you let us handle it. No engaging, no more games, nothing preemptive. Understood? I assume you have security on call, yeah?
Chance: Great. Now, if he makes a definitive threat, if he does anything credibly dangerous, we can provide you with extra protection, but you have to promise me to let us deal with him.
Diane: The last thing I want is for jeremy to know that I’m working with the police again.
Chance: I don’t care! I don’t care! Alert me if he crosses the line. Is that clear?
[ Sighs ]
Diane: [ Scoffs ]
[ Door closes ] Come on. By the time jeremy makes another real threat, it’ll be too late for chance or the police department or anybody else to intervene.
Phyllis: This isn’t about me. I know that. Um… listen, I’m — I’m just telling you, as a parent, I understand. I empathize.
Daniel: [ Chuckles ] You know, the only reason you empathize is because you’ve been screwing up as a parent lately. So, I’m sorry if I see your empathy as a not-so-subtle message for me to forgive you for meddling in my life. I’m just supposed to overlook the fact that you flew thousands of miles to go and butt in where you weren’t wanted after i specifically told you not to.
Phyllis: Listen, I-I realize the way that you’re acting toward me is just a reaction to losing heather and lucy. But I want you to know that i can take it, alright? I can take the brunt of your anger because that’s what mothers do.
Daniel: Oh, wow. Wow. Who are you, huh? Saint phyllis all of a sudden? Oh, my god. The way that you literally cannot think about anyone or anything else is getting so old. You can’t even admit that what you did was wrong, can you? No, I didn’t think so. Yes, I am hurt. Yes, I am in pain. But part of that is because of you. You just can’t see it, can you? It’s sad.
Jeremy: Mnh, mnh, mnh. That is sad. I feel for you, phyllis. I really do. It’s pretty rough being attacked from all sides.
Elena: Wow. Suing chancellor-winters is a drastic move.
Abby: Look, I don’t want to get into the specifics, but lily and devon both feel like the other is being unreasonable, and I’m just really worried that this is gonna get ugly.
Elena: Yeah, me too. Devon and lily’s relationship has been rock-solid since I’ve known them. I would hate for them to lose that.
Abby: But now I have to ask. What’s nate up to that has you so worried?
Elena: [ Sighs ] He’s convinced that he can mediate or smooth things over by talking to lily.
Abby: [ Sighs ] I wish. No, lily and I both tried to talk to devon. We tried to get him to accept a compromise, but he wouldn’t do it. So now lily has her heels dug in, just like devon does.
Elena: Yeah, they’re both incredibly stubborn.
Abby: I wish there was a way that nate could help repair the relationship between his cousins, but I’m just afraid that he could also make things a lot worse.
Lily: Nate, I am not gonna sit here and speculate about christine and devon with you because it’s none of your business.
Nate: Lily, this is not about business. This is strictly about family. I can’t help but feel guilty about some of the things I’ve been hearing, the accusations i leveled at devon about him not being able to let go of his partnership with neil.
Lily: I’m sorry. Do you think that by trying to magically fix things that all of a sudden you’re gonna be forgiven?
Nate: I know it’s not that simple, but —
Lily: Listen to me. You betrayed your own family, so you are no longer my family. So, whatever is going on between devon and me is none of your business, so stay out of it. My mental health was much better,
Devon: What’s going on, guys?
Lily: What — I’m —
[ Chuckles ] I’m sorry. Is this your doing? Are you trying to call us both here so that you can try to play hero and mediate after you betrayed both of us?
Nate: Hold on. I had no clue he was coming here, and I certainly didn’t invite him.
Lily: Okay, you know what?
Nate: But since both of you —
Lily: Nope, nope, nope. You guys can talk. I’m getting out of here.
Devon: Hang on a second. Hang on one second. I didn’t come here to talk to him. I don’t know what this is about. I have nothing to say to him after what he did to us.
Lily: I find it really ironic that you find yourself superior to nate because he betrayed us when that’s exactly what you are doing by trying to take back hamilton-winters. It’s selfish, and it’s the exact opposite of what dad would have wanted.
Devon: You never even did business with neil the way i did.
Lily: Really? Well, you know what I do know? He would have wanted us to solve this as a family and not fight it out in court.
Devon: Okay, stop fighting me then.
Nate: Hold on, you two. Hey, look, it’s getting a little out of hand, okay?
Lily: Nate, stay out of it. It is none of your business.
[ Sighs ] I’m done.
Jack: I hate that stark was released so quickly. I hate that he’s back in town so soon. Most of all, I hate that he has you unsettled all over again.
Diane: I am concerned that his return has stirred up all kinds of trouble, especially chance’s suspicions about us.
[ Sighs ]
Jack: I have a thought.
Diane: No. Whatever it is, the answer is no. I don’t want you taking this on. I won’t let you. And you heard what chance said. We can’t try to handle jeremy on our own, especially now, after we’ve been warned.
Jack: You’re right. You’re right. But hear me out. What if we just removed ourselves as targets? I mean, just until we find out how to deal with stark, what if we just short-circuited his whole psy-ops game by going away?
Jack: A secret trip. Just the two of us. We turn this whole ordeal into a romantic getaway. What do you say?
Phyllis: I’m not interested in your pity, okay? Especially when it comes to my son.
Jeremy: Fair enough. Why don’t we keep our focus on diane then?
Phyllis: Okay, I have no interest in aligning with you and whatever scheme you have planned that you came back in town to execute. See, it may seem like I’m at my breaking point to you… but I am not. And, yeah, it does bother me that diane has conned so many people in town and they believe she’s an angel, while I keep on getting in trouble for trying to take her down.
Jeremy: My, diane really gets under your skin.
Phyllis: When it seems like i don’t have options is when i double down. And I don’t need someone like you to help me. I know how to get what I want.
Jeremy: Hmm. How about… I could offer you a plan that would guarantee bringing diane down and at the same time giving you an escape from all the blame and hate that you’ve been receiving all the time now, even from your own son. I got this mountain bike for only $11. Dealdash.Com the fair and honest bidding site. This kitchenaid mixer sold for less than $26. This I-pad sold for less than $43. And this playstation 5 sold for less than a dollar. I won these bluetooth headphones for $20. I got these three suitcases for less than $40. And shipping is always free. Go to dealdash.Com right now and see how much you can save. Who says you have to spend more on skincare
Phyllis: I don’t need an escape from anything. My relationships with people in my life that matter are just fine. I don’t need you. Keep your schemes to yourself. I’m not interested.
Jeremy: Right. And you keep telling yourself that.
Diane: I like the sound of that — a romantic getaway — but do you really think we can escape?
Jack: Sure we can.
Diane: Jack, even if we go someplace that jeremy can’t find us, he’s — he’s already gotten into my head.
Jack: Stark can only rattle us if we allow it. I am not going to let him rain on our happiness. Hey, trust me. I will handle everything.
Diane: [ Exhales sharply ]
Devon: I just came here to get a drink, but I don’t really like the atmosphere, so I’m gonna excuse myself.
Nate: Devon, wait. Is it true you’re trying to break up chancellor-winters?
Devon: That’s none of your business.
Nate: Well, this is gonna piss you off even more because it is my business. Someone needs to talk some sense into both you and lily.
Devon: Is that right? Is that gonna be you?
Nate: Well, since you both are already mad at me, I figured I have nothing left to lose in trying. So I’m gonna say my piece because you have something amazing with chancellor-winters. Neil wouldn’t want you to destroy that or your bond.
Devon: You don’t get to talk to me about neil ’cause you barely knew him. So, the next time you have something to say about neil, keep it to yourself.
[ Door closes ]
Lily: Hi. Sorry, I don’t really feel like talking right now.
Daniel: Yeah. That’s good. That’s fine. I don’t really feel like talking right now, either. Is it okay if we don’t talk in the same place, though? ‘Cause, you know, being here gives me a sense of peace that i could really use after the day i had.
[ Breathes deeply ] Actually, if you don’t mind, i kind of could use someone to talk to right now.
Daniel: Yeah. I can do that. I can at least listen.
[ Chuckles ]
[ Breathes deeply ]
Lily: Why is family so hard?
Daniel: [ Scoffs ]
[ Sighs ] Nope. Sorry. I don’t have any answers for that at the moment.
Next week on
“the young and the restless”…
Devon: Like I said on the phone, you got 30 minutes to say whatever you want to say to me. And try not to lie.
Tucker: So, I’m here with a proposition that could change your life.
Adam: And if you’re telling me the truth, that you have a huge opportunity and you’re not just stringing me along, I would like to hear your plan right now.