Y&R Transcript Monday, February 27, 2023

Young & The Restless Transcript

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Tucker: Mm. Step into my parlor.

Audra: [ Chuckles ] Said the spider to the fly. I come bearing news.

Tucker: I’m dying to hear.

Audra: You’re not gonna offer me a drink?

Tucker: Depends on the news.

Audra: Victoria just learned someone else bought your debt.

Tucker: Mm. Beat her to the punch, huh?

Audra: So, where’s that drink you mentioned?

Tucker: For old news? Victoria’s the one who told me. You’re gonna have to work harder than that if you want a reward.

Audra: Mm. Well, aren’t you curious to know who owns your debt now?

Tucker: Not really.

Audra: You know, either someone is doing you an enormous favor by bailing you out or someone wants to control you. An angel or an enemy. Any idea who’s behind this move?

Ashley: Hi.

Abby: Hi.

Ashley: Oh. You look a little tired.

Abby: Thank you for noticing.

Ashley: Well, you do. Is it dom?

Abby: No, it isn’T. It’s devon, actually. He’s ready to go into battle with lily and jill.

Ashley: Over what?

Abby: Well, he wants to undo the merger and buy back hamilton-winters. And he doesn’t want the company to go public, and they do.

Ashley: And they won’t sell it to him?

Abby: No, because they’re afraid that if he takes his company out of the merger, it’s gonna devalue both hamilton-winters and chancellor.

Ashley: Ah. So, what’s his plan?

Abby: He’s gonna sue them. He’s gonna try to force their hand, and it’s gonna be this big uphill battle. And even devon has admitted that he could lose.

Ashley: So, are you concerned about devon because he’s your good friend and the father of your child, or is there more going on between the two of you than that mistake you made?

Nate: We’re looking at a new landscape. We need to come up with a new plan.

Victoria: Alright. Well, someone else owns tucker’s debt, but he’s still in control of his company.

Nate: At least for now.

Victoria: You have an idea.

Nate: Maybe we need to give up on the idea of leveraging tucker to sell low. It all comes down to risk versus reward. The bigger the risk, the bigger the reward. The object of your desire is out of reach. The question is, how bad do you want it? How far are you willing to go to get it?

Devon: No, christine, let me tell you something about my sister. She’s not gonna get talked out of anything at this point. So there’s really no chance that this is gonna get resolved outside of the courtroom. So, if jill and lily want to go to war, then that’s exactly what we’re gonna give them.

Daniel: So, are we back to not talking about things? Because I know that’s what you said you wanted, but then you started venting, which admittedly has me a little confused. Is venting considered talking? Am I supposed to respond? Do I just pretend like nothing happened? Because I’m good either way.

Lily: [ Chuckles ] Oh, god. We were talking. You know…

Daniel: [ Exhales sharply ] Right, just talking without the words. Yeah. Got it.

[ Chuckles ]

Lily: I don’t know. I like that we can be here in silence, you know, that we’re that comfortable with each other.

Daniel: Yeah. It’s nice.

Lily: It’s been a while since I felt that way with anyone.

Daniel: What way?

Lily: I don’t know. Connected?

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Lily: [ Exhales sharply ] Um, did we almost just…

Daniel: Y-yeah. Yup.

Lily: [ Laughing ] Oh, my god.

Daniel: Right?

Lily: What are we thinking?

Daniel: Uh…that we’re both miserable and looking for some relief?

Lily: Yeah. I’m — I’m really sorry.

Daniel: No, no, no, no. You don’t apologize. I was right there with you.

Lily: No, honestly, if I do anything like that again, just slap me.

Daniel: Never. We will never get close enough to ever try that again. I promise.

Lily: Okay. Good.

Daniel: From this moment forward, you have those little orange cones all around you and I’m wrapped up all in that yellow “crime scene”…

Lily: Yep, yep.

Daniel: …That “do not cross” tap.

Lily: Yep. Off limits. I like it.

[ Chuckles ]

Daniel: [ Exhaling sharply ] You know, we should probably just put it all out there, you know, for ourselves and for each other to remind us that we should avoid each other at all costs.

[ Both laugh ]

Lily: Okay. Yeah, that sounds really fun. Um, why don’t you start? What? What? It’s your idea. I don’t know what to do. Give me a demonstration or something.

Daniel: Oh, okay. So, that’s how we’re gonna do it.

Lily: Yes. [ Laughs ]

Daniel: Fine. Sure. Fine. Um… [ Clears throat ] Hi. I’m daniel. And I’m the victim of a recent heartbreak.

Lily: [ Laughs ] Hi, daniel.

Daniel: [ Laughs ] Yeah, um, let’s see. It’s only been a couple of days since the woman who was supposed to go through the rest of my life with me told me that she’s in love with another man. My — my daughter — I don’t know when I’m gonna see her again — or if. “If.” Yeah. Oh, and the cherry on top of this disaster sunday — my mother can’t stop inserting herself into my life.

Lily: Oh, god.

Daniel: And what grown man doesn’t want that?

Lily: I know. I know.

Daniel: Yeah. Your turn.

Lily: [ Chuckling ] Oh. Oh, god. Okay. Um… hi. I’m lily.

Daniel: Hi, lily.

Lily: Hi. My life is in shambles. Uh, let’s see. I am dealing with the heartbreak of breaking up with my boyfriend, who was also my coo.

Daniel: Mm.

Lily: So, yeah. And, um, I am entering a lawsuit, not with a company, but with my brother.

Daniel: Wow.

Lily: Yep. Right?

Daniel: Wow.

Lily: [ Laughs ] Oh, god.

Daniel: [ Sighs ] You know, I am sorry that billy let you down and that you have to go through all this crap with devon.

Lily: Thank you.

Daniel: [ Sighs ]

Lily: And I think that heather is crazy for moving on without letting you show her how much you’ve changed.

Daniel: Mm. Well…

[ Chuckles ] Look at us, huh? Just a pathetic pair of brokenhearted fools.

Lily: Yep. Yep.

Daniel: What happened? We weren’t always like this.

Lily: I know. We thought that life and love was this fountain of happiness.

Daniel: When did we get so jaded?

Lily: What do you mean? ‘Cause we learn that it’s not, that love sucks. It’s awful.

Daniel: Love does. Love sucks. It sucks. Who needs it?

Lily: [ Chuckles ]

Daniel: [ Sighs ]

Abby: Look, I don’t know if i would still call what happened between devon and me a mistake. Look, there were some deep cracks in my relationship with chance. When he came back from spain, nothing was the same, and that is something that chance and i have talked about openly and honestly. I think that we were heading towards the end and what happened with devon just accelerated that.

Ashley: I know all this. And you know that I like devon. And the two of you have been friends for a very long time. I’m happy you have each other.

Abby: Mom —

Ashley: Well, and you have a child together.

Abby: Yes, we do, but we’re not rushing into anything, if that’s what you’re asking.

Ashley: Mm, mm.

Abby: Devon and I — we are very devoted to dominic. We are there for each other. We care about each other. And that is the most important thing right now, especially with everything he’s going through.

Ashley: Yeah, well, family and business can be a very volatile combination. Or so I’ve been told.

Abby: The thing is, is that, I mean, no one really wins. I mean, what’s going on — it could permanently have a negative effect on lily and devon’s relationship, and he’s already lost so many people.

Ashley: I wish I could help. I mean, I would, but I don’t know anything about problems with a sibling.

Abby: Are things still bad between you and uncle jack?

Ashley: So bad.

Abby: Mm.

Ashley: We are smack dab in the middle of a major disconnect.

Abby: I assume that has to do with diane, but I have heard some rumblings about tucker. So, I have to ask. What’s going on between the two of you?

Ashley: [ Sighs ]

Tucker: Yeah, that’s the question, isn’t it? Who would want to buy my debt, knowing they would not have outright control of my company? Seems to me the only thing they would stand to gain is the means to complicate my life, make demands.

[ Sighs ] Never ceases to fascinate me, what motivates people to do the things they do.

Audra: You know, as much as i love to ruminate on how fascinating the human psyche can be, we have more practical matters to consider.

Tucker: Do we?

Audra: You were willing to sell mccall to newman enterprises, which I find out of character. I imagine this throws a wrench in those plans?

Tucker: Oh, audra. Such a disappointment.

Audra: What is?

Tucker: You. This performance. You’re slipping. I’m still moving toward what’s next.

Devon: What gets me is this whole thing could be resolved if lily would just side with her family and have her own opinions instead of just going along with jill’s, but she doesn’t know how to do that. So, I mean, at this point, it’s her choice. Well, I appreciate that. And I thank you again for taking this whole thing on. Alright, we’ll talk soon.

Daniel: What do you want? It’s on me.

Lily: Oh, um, I don’t know. Do you have something for a broken heart?

Daniel: Uh… hot chocolate.

Lily: Oh, hot chocolate. That works.

Daniel: Two hot chocolates, please.

Lily: So, talk to me about omega sphere. What are you thinking? ‘Cause I remember you saying that, you know, you wanted to think things through after what happened with heather.

Daniel: Yeah. Well, you know, I was using the project as my escape hatch. I know it makes sense to move forward with the platform, but…

Lily: But your heart’s not in it anymore.

Daniel: If I’m not passionate about it, does it even make sense to continue?

Victoria: My father wants to buy mccall and install adam as top dog as a way to try to lure him back into the fold.

Nate: Will it work?

Victoria: Who knows if my brother will go along with it or not. There’s no guarantee. But I think that the move is a monumental waste because I have my own plans for the company.

Nate: This sounds intriguing.

Victoria: I intend to dismantle mccall and fill in the gaps and move the pieces where they will benefit us the most. And when I do get my hands on the company, I have something very special in mind for you.

Nate: For me? Well, the anticipation is killing me.

Victoria: Well, I have this fantasy.

Nate: Go on.

Victoria: Mccall’s entertainment division will become a part of newman media. You should take a look at their list of titles. It’ll blow your mind.

Nate: [ Chuckles ] I can definitely picture the possibilities.

Victoria: I knew you would. Creative mind like yours. This is gonna be good for both of us.

Nate: So, we agree. The reward is worth the risk.

Victoria: Oh, absolutely. Yes. The financing is in place. We’re ready to make our move. There’s nothing holding us back.

[ Breathes deeply ] This is one of those rare opportunities when everything is just lined up perfectly. I think we’d — we’d be crazy not to take the chance.

Nate: You’d regret it.

Victoria: I know what the public’s gonna to say. I know they’re gonna say that I’m greedy, and that I — I’m never satisfied and that newman never met a company that it didn’t consume.

Nate: And what will you say?

Victoria: There’s nothing wrong with wanting more and taking it when it’s offered.

Tucker came to me to sell. So, whatever pushed him to make this decision was a very powerful motivator. That’s maybe something that we could use to our advantage. The key is, how do we best do that?

Nate: Hopefully our source will find out that information.

Tucker: You’ve lost your elegance when it comes to subterfuge.

Audra: I don’t know what you’re talking about.

Tucker: You have intermittent flashes of brilliance, of course, but you still lack a certain, uh, je ne sais quoi. Were you just counting on me being so gobsmacked by your beauty that I would tell you everything you want to know?

Audra: [ Sighs ] Look, I came here to pass along information, like we’d agreed.

Tucker: Please don’t — audra. Don’t insult my intelligence. It’s obvious you’re here to squeeze information out of me. I know how capable you are, including playing both sides. No, don’t bother to deny it. The real question is, now that i know why you’re here and that you’re not really on my side, how do I handle the situation?

Audra: Just… she found it.

Audra: Look, I have no idea what you’re getting at.

Tucker: Audra, please. I helped you perfect this doe-eyed innocent act of yours.

Audra: Alright. Let’s say you’re not entirely wrong. Can’t two things be true at once?

Tucker: So, you admit that you’re here collecting intel on the state of play at my company?

Audra: I’m not entirely denying it. But that doesn’t mean I’ve stopped being a major asset, your secret weapon.

Tucker: You’re a weapon that cuts both ways, aren’t you?

Audra: You know how good I am at multitasking. Think of me as your special friendly conduit. I can both bring and receive information because, ultimately, I am in it for myself, which you’ve always found refreshing.

Tucker: Well, I’m finding my refreshment elsewhere these days, including something very fine and rare.

Audra: [ Chuckles ]

Tucker: And much more profound.

Audra: Oh. How adorable. Tucker mccall is actually in love.

Ashley: I wish I could give you a simple explanation about my relationship with tucker, but it’s as complicated as he is. I mean, you know I didn’t believe him when he came back to town. He said that he changed and he wanted to try again.

Abby: Yes, I know. I know you didn’t buy that.

Ashley: Right, but I thought I’d spend time with him and find out what he’s really after. And then the more time I spent with him, I thought, “well, maybe he has changed.” And then I found out that he came back because he was coming after jabot and chancellor-winters.

Abby: Even though he swore up and down that he came back to try to make things right with you and reconnect with devon.

Ashley: But like I said, it’s complicated because I do believe that he wanted us united. He wanted powerhouses, you know, coming together with their businesses and their families. And devon did tell me that tucker told him the same thing.

Ashley: Okay. Well, see? There’s evidence then that at least that part of his plan was genuine.

Abby: Yeah, but you’re not gonna take his word on that, are you?

Ashley: Hell no.

Lily: You know, I think you need to remember why you’re doing this in the first place. Remember how this all started. This all came from you playing a simple video game with your daughter. Thank you.

Daniel: Thank you. Yeah, I mean, that was something special that we shared.

Lily: Yeah. And it was about more than racking up points. It helped you imagine something advanced and creative. And you are so close to making this dream a reality. This is about making something beautiful from the pieces that have been left behind. So do it for yourself. Do it for lucy. Do it for all of the people who can share in that feeling when they log in to your world.

Chelsea: Oh. Just the people I was looking for.

Daniel: Hey.

Chelsea: Hey.

Lily: Hey.

Chelsea: Hi, lily. Do you mind if I interrupt?

Lily: Uh, no. Sure.

Chelsea: I’ve been reading about your recent project, how you want to put a positive spin on gaming, change people’s lives for the better.

Daniel: Does connor play much?

Chelsea: Oh, only every chance he gets.

[ Laughs ] And I play with him, too, a little bit here and there, just to, you know, get a lay of the land, make sure it’s age-appropriate.

Daniel: You’ve got to.

Chelsea: I was thinking. Um, gaming can change how people think about the world, how they think about themselves. It gives them ideas.

Daniel: Ideally, yeah. I mean, that’s what I’m trying to accomplish.

Chelsea: Well, what if your platform could help people who are struggling emotionally? I’ve got an idea, and, um, i thought maybe I could share my story and pick your brain. Unless, of course, this is a bad time.

Daniel: Actually, your timing couldn’t be better.

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Abby: You say you don’t believe a word that tucker says and then he starts talking about family first and you think he’s being sincere?

Ashley: Okay, look… tucker’s methods often belie his original good intentions. You know, he doesn’t seem to be able to do the right thing in the right way for the right reasons. It’s definitely a character flaw.

Abby: Mm. Yes, that and the fact that he’s a habitual liar.

Ashley: True.

Abby: Mom, why do I get the feeling that you’re about to give him another chance?

Ashley: I did a thing. And I’m hoping, gosh, maybe it’ll force him to do the right thing. The ball’s gonna be in his court.

Abby: Force him to do what?

Ashley: I can’t say anything. But if it works out the way I’m hoping it will, it’ll be good for everybody involved.

Abby: And if it doesn’t?

Ashley: I’m choosing to remain optimistic.

Abby: Ah.

Ashley: I love you.

Abby: I love you.

Ashley: Bye.

Tucker: Audra. You jealous?

Audra: Hardly. You may be in love or whatever, but you’re less of a catch now that you are deeply in debt. Tucker mccall, international man of mystery and intrigue, now at the mercy of whoever is pulling his purse strings.

Tucker: Everything that lives is in a constant state of change.

Audra: What will you become, now that someone else controls you and everything you had is gone?

Tucker: My legend will live on.

Audra: Don’t count on it. The public has a short memory.

Tucker: You should probably go. Audra, remember — I may have taught you most of what you know, but not everything I know.

Audra: Keep thinking that if it makes you feel any better.

[ Door slams ]

Abby: Wine for everyone.

Devon: Thank you very much. I stopped by earlier to see if you were here, and you weren’T. Ended up running into nate and lily instead.

Abby: Ohh, I’m afraid to ask.

Devon: Yeah, it wasn’t great. Nate was trying to play mediator between me and lily, as if he has a say in our lives at all.

Abby: Did things get any better with lily?

Devon: No. No, they did not. She’s making this whole thing personal for whatever reason. I don’t know. And she’s determined to take me to war.

Abby: I hate that it has come to this point, and I am so sorry that you have to go through all of this.

Devon: That’s okay. I hate that the blame for all this conflict falls on me when lily and jill could end it just by selling me my company back.

Abby: Yes, but you know they won’t do that.

Devon: I know they won’t do that, just like they won’t change their minds about the ipo deal, even though they’ve experienced firsthand how risky it is. We had our damn cousin try and sell us out to a newman, and then tucker puts a spy in the company to try and take us over.

Abby: Okay, so, um, I think that it could be a mistake to compare tucker’s motivation for taking over the company to victoria’S.

Devon: What are you talking about?

Abby: Believe me, I am very skeptical when it comes to tucker. But I think it may be possible that his plan wasn’t entirely driven by greed.

Victoria: We need to make this a very easy decision for tucker, give him a high-ball number, an amount so enticing that he won’t be able to reject it. We’ll show him that we have the funding in place.

Nate: Offering him enough money will mean he can buy back his own debt. So he’s not beholden to anyone.

Victoria: Unless whoever bought it has an ulterior motive and is not inclined to sell the debt.

Nate: Any idea on who this might be?

Victoria: No. My father has michael looking into it, but it’s very unsettling not knowing.

Nate: I didn’t realize you had so little patience.

Victoria: I do, when necessary. Right now I need as much information as possible so that I can make my move because information is power and power — power is control.

Nate: And you like having control?

Victoria: It’s every bit as important to me as money, if not more so. This isn’t charmin!

Chelsea: I, um… I went through a really dark time recently. I didn’t know if I was ever gonna see the light again. Um…it’s — it’s been a treacherous journey.

Daniel: I’m sorry to hear that.

Chelsea: I hurt someone. But he forgave me when i couldn’t forgive myself. He, uh, believed in me when i didn’t have faith. He made me feel like I was a good person. And then he died. And the world became a colder, much darker place. Uh, but I-I had to be strong and I picked myself up and I tried to move forward. And, um — and I actually joined a friend’s podcast, and it was a lifesaver. It was really fun. But we also talked about serious stuff, too, you know? It — it gave me purpose. And then that suddenly ended, too.

Daniel: But you kept rolling with the punches.

Chelsea: I tried to. And at the end of the day, it was just a job, right? I mean, it happens. It — um… but then there was johnny. I gave him up for adoption at birth. But then recently I thought it was time that he know the truth that I’m his biological mother. I didn’t want him, you know, hearing from a stranger or finding out on the internet. Um, I wanted him know I loved him and, uh, I wanted him to be a part of my life. But he rejected me. And then he resented me for turning his life upside down. And then my son connor felt like I was abandoning him.

Daniel: That must have been difficult.

Chelsea: Yeah, it was. But, you know, they’re kids. They dealt with the news the best they could. Then people started telling me that I needed help, and i accused them of ganging up on me. It felt like everywhere I turned I was failing and doors were closing. But the truth of the matter is, I was the one closing the doors. I was becoming very closed off. I was in a lot of pain, and i just wanted it to be over. And I felt like the world would be a better place without me in it. Then one night, um, I found myself on a ledge at the top of a building alone. But someone followed me there and he, um — he talked me down and he got me help.

Daniel: Thank god for him.

Chelsea: Yeah, I do. I do every day. I was — I was very, very lucky. But the thing is, not everybody is as lucky as I was [Clears throat] Which is why I wanted to talk to you.

Daniel: What about?

Chelsea: Using your platform to help people that feel like every door is closing, help people that feel like there is no other way out. I mean, millions of people have stories like mine. Millions of people feel unwanted or broken, but they’re not. They’re just too scared to ask for help.

Daniel: So, you want to channel your experience into something positive that can help other people.

Chelsea: Who better to help people, right, than somebody who’s been through it?

Lily: Yeah, I mean, this is a really big idea. But, um, I just want to make sure. Are you ready to take something like this on?

Devon: So, where is this new insight about tucker coming from?

Abby: Mm. Well, I had a very, um, interesting and surprising conversation with my mother.

Devon: About him?

Abby: Well, it didn’t start off that way, but the conversation took an unexpected turn.

Devon: Okay.

Abby: Look, I preface this by saying that I think my mom is one of the smartest, savviest women that I know, and she is not easily fooled, especially by someone who has hurt her in the past.

Devon: Yeah, I know how smart your mom is, but where are you going with this?

Abby: Remember when tucker told you that he wanted to get you and him and my mom together?

Devon: I do. Yeah. He said he wanted us to all run a company together with your mom as his wife.

Abby: Right, which is why he wanted to buy chancellor-winters and jabot.

Devon: Yeah. But he made that decision on his own, without telling anybody, and then started making moves in secret and expected us to be excited when we found out.

Abby: [ Sighs ] Look, my mom also did mention that sometimes his methods are obscure and get in the way of his good intentions.

Devon: I’d say so. Thank you very much. Um… [ Scoffs ] If this is how the conversation ended, I’m afraid to hear how it started.

Abby: Well, it actually started because I was telling my mom that I’m worried about you. Look, I hope you don’t mind, but I shared with her everything that’s going on between you and lily.

Devon: No, I don’t mind at all, of course not. It’s your mother. And I vent to you all the time. So I get that you need to do it, too. That’s what happens when you’re with someone.

[ Knock on door ]

Tucker: What a welcome surprise.

Ashley: Hey. Everything okay?

Tucker: Couldn’t be better now that you’re here. Actually, it could be better, but I won’t push it.

[ Chuckles ] You’re the — you’re the perfect palate cleanser to my previous conversation.

Ashley: Oh, yeah? Who is that with?

Tucker: Eh, it’s inconsequential. You and I have much more important matters to discuss.

Ashley: Oh. Talk to me.

Tucker: Victoria’s been blowing up my phone all night.

Ashley: Mm, sounds like they’re anxious to make a deal.

Tucker: Yeah, so I thought you and I should talk so I can know what your master plan is.

[ Knock on door ]

Victoria: Come in.

Audra: Hello.

Victoria: Hey. Uh…

Nate: Audra.

Audra: Did I interrupt something?

Nate: Uh, matter of fact, we were just talking about you.

[ Clears throat ]

Audra: Oh. Must have been quite the exciting conversation.

Nate: Yeah. We know you were, uh, going to talk to tucker. Uh, we were just discussing whether you were able to get any useful information.

Audra: I just might have.

Chelsea: My therapist knows how much I want to help other people. She understands I’m trying to help people feel less alone.

Lily: Yeah. Okay. Well, have you told her about this idea that you’re gonna share with us?

Chelsea: Yeah. I mean, she knows I’m in a stronger place and she supports it.

Daniel: Alright. Let’s hear it.

Chelsea: Okay. Uh, well, this is off the cuff, so bear with me. Um… okay, so, gaming consists of different levels, obviously, right? Each one more difficult and complex than the one before. So, our player — she starts at the top, but she hasn’t been given the proper equipment she needs to survive what the world is throwing at her. So she has to go through, um, a series of challenges to get down to solid ground. The challenges are difficult, but they make her stronger and more resilient than ever. And along the way, she’s given tools to help her because it is a video game. So, she overcomes these obstacles and goes through these mazes, and eventually she learns some coping mechanisms, like, um, how to regulate her breathing. So, her mind is engaged in saving her own life. And then slowly, floor by floor, she makes her way down and she emerges more triumphant and stronger than ever through the front door. What do you think?

Daniel: [ Exhales sharply ] I mean, I can see the world that you want to create, and… I definitely see the potential.

Chelsea: You do? I mean, I know it needs a lot of work, but I could help with the initial concept because I have a background in design.

Daniel: And we’ve got people that can handle the mechanics. This is something I want to pursue.

Chelsea: You mean it?

Daniel: Yeah. Yeah. No, I got a million ideas going through my head right now. I mean, I’m thinking of all these different ways that you could go with it. This game could — could really expand the scope of the platform.

Abby: [ Sighs ]

Daniel: What I meant by saying when you’re with someone, it’s like I meant when you’re close with somebody, you know?

Abby: “Close with,” as in…?

Devon: As in — as in a friend or as, you know, a family member or something more. Anything, really.

Abby: Look, I know what you meant. And we don’t need to find a word for what we are right now. I just want to be there for you and dominic. Hey. We’re gonna get through this. And once we do, we’ll figure out the rest.

Ashley: So, how are you doing, tucker? Are you going crazy not being in control?

Tucker: A little bit. Which I know you love.

Ashley: Mm. I want to know — are you truly ready to divest yourself from mccall unlimited?

Tucker: 100%. Yeah. That company represents my past, one that I am, uh — I’m ready to move away from. I just want start anew. For the right price, of course.

Ashley: What about for the right reason? Well, you said that you came back to genoa city because you wanted to reunite with devon.

Tucker: Yeah. I meant it.

Ashley: Prove it. Don’t sell to newman. Sell to your son.

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