Y&R Transcript Thursday, March 2, 2023

Young & The Restless Transcript

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Nate: What do you think about mash ups?

Audra: What do you mean? Like korean barbecue tacos or like —

Nate: Like country rock.

Audra: You like country?

Nate: Are you kidding me? How could you not? It’s got everything — heart, soul, relatable stories. What I’m saying is, unexpected combinations can change people’s perspectives. Hip-hop and opera, samurai films and spaghetti westerns. Essentially, we’re all more alike than we are different.

Audra: I like that sentiment.

Nate: That’s what I want to do with our properties.

Audra: Mix genres.

Nate: Add to them. Give the people a taste of the unexpected, something they might think they don’t like but make it more appealing. If we rely on algorithms, we’re just giving people what they’re used to. We need to open their minds to new ideas.

Audra: How do you suppose we do that?

Nate: Ooh, that’s the fun part. We blow it all up.

Victoria: [ Knocks on door ] I hope I’m not interrupting.

Nate: No, we were just going over our content-development strategies.

Victoria: Well, I’d like to steal you for a minute.

Nate: Sure, no problem. I’m all yours. Audra and I were just wrapping things up.

Audra: I am going to go get a cup of coffee at crimson lights.

Victoria: Alright. Well, take your time. We have a lot to go over. It might take a while.

[ Chuckles ]

Tucker: No, no, no.

[ Inhales sharply ] Can’t do it.

Ashley: Oh, I bet you could if you tried.

[ Chuckles ]

Tucker: No, no, I want to. No, no. Wouldn’t be, right.

Ashley: Why not?

Tucker: ‘Cause you’re not coming at this and I’m not coming at this as equals. You see?

Ashley: Oh.

Tucker: You’ve got the upper hand here.

Ashley: Oh. Because I own your debt? And other parts of you. I’m talking about your heart.

Tucker: Yeah.

Ashley: Or so you’ve told me.

Tucker: See, there’s an imbalance.

Ashley: Mm.

Tucker: And where there is inequality, there’s no true understanding.

Ashley: I see.

Tucker: Mm-hmm.

Ashley: So this show of self-restraint is because I’m calling the shots. Are you really that intimidated by me? Really?

Devon: Hey. I just got off the phone with christine, and she just said that chancellor-winters filed its response to my lawsuit.

Lily: Uh, yeah, that’s what you wanted.

Devon: And it was submitted by amanda sinclair.

Lily: Yeah, she’s taking on the case.

Devon: So you hired my ex, who hates me, to try and keep hamilton-winters out of my hands?

Lily: Well, I mean, she’s familiar with your inability to commit, and you know about her winning record, so, uh, yeah, she’s eager to take it on.

Devon: [ Scoffs ] So this is what you’ve resorted to? You’re using my personal life against me. One prilosec otc each morning blocks

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[Swords clashing]

Lily: Devon, amanda handled our merger. She knows the intricacies and loopholes better than anyone.

Devon: Oh, so you’re going to sit there and act like this isn’t a personal attack on me?

Lily: It’s not a personal attack on you. It’s a business decision.

Devon: Keep telling yourself that.

Lily: Sorry, just because you cheated on her does not mean that we’re not going to use her when she’s the best person for the job.

Devon: Really? What happened to you, lily? What are you doing?

Lily: Okay, you know, I’m sorry if hiring amanda upsets you.

Devon: You’re not. You’re not sorry at all. You did it on purpose. You know exactly what you’re doing. And I think it’s ridiculous that you would drag her into the middle of this when she should be in virginia taking care of her sick mother.

Lily: Oh, really? Now you care?

Devon: Yeah.

Lily: You didn’t care about her sick mother when you were cheating on her.

Devon: Okay, so you’re going to go that low. Are you proud of yourself for what you’re doing?

Lily: I’m sorry. Do you think this lawsuit takes you to higher ground? You’re suing us to take back control of your company, so why shouldn’t I do the same? Or, you know, to paraphrase what you said, I’m trying to stop you from tearing down everything that I’ve built and what I’ve achieved with chancellor-winters. So you wanted a war? This is it.

Audra: Thank you.

Elena: Hey, can I get an espresso to go?

Audra: Elena, hi.

Elena: Audra, hey. So how are you settling in at newman?

Audra: Oh, everything’s great. Except for the coffee. Where would I be without crimson lights?

Elena: Best in town.

Audra: Mm. Maybe I should grab a cup of coffee for nate before I go. You know, that man works so hard. Always thinking. So many game-changing ideas.

Elena: Nate’s very ambitious.

Audra: Yep. Probably the same dynamic as when he was a surgeon, right? Everyone’s dying for his approval or to hear his ideas or pick his brain about new projects. I can already tell I’m going to learn so much working under him.

Elena: Yeah, nate’s always been the kind of person who’s great at everything.

Audra: Yeah, you know, it’s refreshing to work with someone who knows what he wants and how to command that from the people around him.

Elena: Sounds like you really enjoy working with nate.

Audra: Mm, absolutely. You know, we’ve got an easy rapport. He’s really nurturing, but exacting, too. And he can be quite the taskmaster, but he makes it fun. He’s a good partner.

Elena: I always thought so.

Audra: But all work dynamics are different, you know? As close as nate and I are, it doesn’t compare to his connection with victoria.

Victoria: If you take a look at these numbers and then you plug in the projection over the next few quarters, you’ll see how everything in this sector is on the rise.

Nate: It looks promising.

Victoria: Yeah, I think that everything is right on track. We just need to tweak a few things, and then we should see some improvements in the next few…

[ Chuckles ] I’m sorry. I should’ve brought my own tablet. I feel like I’m cramping your style.

Nate: No. No, no, you’re good.

Victoria: Yeah, just play around with this data a little bit and see how it works for you.

Nate: I will do.

Victoria: And, you know, if you apply this to all the projects that you’re working on, you will get a grasp of where you’ll be in the next few quarters, for sure.

Nate: Okay. Thanks.

Victoria: Yeah. Is everything okay?

Nate: No. Uh… maybe this is a good time for us to discuss what’s going on. Between us.

Tucker: I’m not in the least bit… resentful that you’ve bested me in this situation.

Ashley: Mm-hmm.

Tucker: I’m more than happy to implement the changes that you’ve suggested. I just feel like it’s a little… it’s just not a good idea to get involved in a situation so inherently manipulative. Hmm? What do you think? See how I’m evolving past that kind of behavior?

Ashley: Yeah. Good answer.

Tucker: Okay.

Ashley: Mm-hmm.

Tucker: I’m going to keep you abreast of the situation with devon.

Ashley: Yeah, you got to focus on devon.

Tucker: I do. Good day.

Ashley: Wait one second. I spoke with victor and victoria, actually.

Tucker: Did you?

Ashley: I did, yeah. They accused me of purchasing your debt.

Tucker: Ah. And did you confirm or deny it?

Ashley: Mm.

Tucker: You confirmed it?

Ashley: I did not, of course. And victor didn’t believe me. He thought I did purchase your debt so that I could punish you.

Tucker: And victoria?

Ashley: She believes that my motives are more benign, I think. But regardless, they’re very anxious to get their hands on your company.

Tucker: That’s not news.

Ashley: What is news is that they’re willing to pay top dollar. Far, far more than it’s worth. What do you think?

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Ashley: Selling to the newmans would put you back in control financially.

Tucker: Mm.

Ashley: You can start all over again, right? You wouldn’t have a care in the world.

Tucker: No, not a care.

Ashley: Mnh-mnh.

Tucker: I could travel. I could, uh… I could have endless excitement. Fast cars. Fast women. When cold symptoms keep you up, You wanted to find out if i would abandon my plan to sell to devon and go for the big bucks instead, didn’t you?

Ashley: Well, you, originally, were planning to sell to the newmans.

Tucker: Yes, I know, and if I did, I’d have more money than god, but then I’d be alone. Okay? So if I’m going to make this deal, I choose whichever door leads to you.

Tucker: Being with you is worth more.

Devon: I just — let me be clear about what you’re saying here, ’cause I want to make sure I understand. Before, you would say that, by me removing hamilton-winters from this partnership, I’d be devaluing both companies, but, in reality, you’re just worried about me devaluing your accomplishments.

Lily: Why can’t both things be true?

Devon: Oh, they can be, but, I mean, if we’re just trying to protect our businesses here, why am I the only bad guy?

Lily: Because you signed a contract. You agreed to the merger. So it’s one company. So I’m doing what needs to be done. And you know what? We are both going to lose money, we’re both going to lose time, we’re probably going to lose our dignity, but you know who’s going to walk away with nothing? It’s going to be you.

Devon: Lily, I didn’t want this fight. I didn’t — I never wanted to fight with you. I just wanted my business and the company that I created with my father. That’s it.

Lily: Devon, you have got to stop acting like you are the only one who can carry on his legacy.

Devon: Well, why am I the only one trying to protect the company that he left behind?

Lily: Saving hamilton-winters is not going to bring dad back. And if it did, I would be right there with you, fighting. But it’s not. So you’re wrong. And if it takes a judge to prove that to you, then so be it.

Devon: So this is you just saying you don’t give a damn?

Lily: Actually, no, it’s the opposite. My dad was more than a name, and he was definitely more than a company. He transcends that. So, you know what? Start a new company. Or take the money that we offered you and retire. I don’t care. But if you go down this path, I guarantee you will regret it.

Devon: I never thought I’d say this in a million years, but I’m almost glad neil isn’t here to see who you’ve turned into.

Lily: [ Scoffs ]

Elena: Um… nate and victoria have been friends for a long time. I think he’s always admired her business acumen, and she hired him after he left chancellor-winters, so I think it’s only natural that he’d be grateful.

Audra: Mm. Definitely a lot of gratitude going on.

Elena: Yeah, I think that he should be appreciative. Just like you seem to be since nate hired you after you were let go.

Audra: Yeah, but I’m hardly a neophyte in the business world. But, nate, now, I have to hand it to him. The way he’s been able to close that hierarchy gap between him and victoria, they are so in sync it’s crazy. It’s like they were destined to be partners. Business partners, of course.

Elena: I’m glad he has such a supportive boss.

Audra: Yeah. It’s a shame he didn’t have that at chancellor when he was working with family.

Elena: I’m not sure that’s appropriate to discuss.

Audra: You’re right. Family dynamics can be tricky. Relatives don’t always have the strongest bonds. But, you know, it’s funny. When you have the right person by your side, just everything falls into place regardless of what their relationship is to you. Nate must be that person for victoria. The real deal.

Elena: And what do you mean by that?

Audra: Well, nate may only be in charge of one division now, but it’s pretty clear victoria has much bigger plans for him.

Victoria: Must we discuss the elephant in the room?

Nate: [ Chuckles ] If we’re going to get any work done. Look, I’ll start. I feel a certain attraction to you, but I shouldn’T.

Victoria: Because of elena. What’s going on between the two of you? Maybe whatever it is will clarify what’s going on between the two of us.

Nate: That’s the problem. Elena and I are in a good place, for the first time in a long while.

Victoria: And yet?

Nate:I’ve crossed a line.

Victoria: Twice.

Nate: Yes. [ Clears throat ] Multiple times.

Victoria: So that’s a problem?

Nate: I think there have been some mixed messages.

Victoria: Yes, it seems like the wires are definitely crossed. But not for me. I know what I want. However, I’m unencumbered, and I’m free to get involved with whoever I want. But, unfortunately, it’s not the same for you.

Nate: I apologize for this.

Victoria: Don’t apologize. Just figure out what you want because whatever happens or doesn’t happen is entirely up to you. (Vo) the shape that stole your heart

Nate: Look, I can’t deny feeling an intense connection. As if the job weren’t exciting enough, knowing I get to see you during the day…

Victoria: Yeah, it’s a pleasant bonus for me, too.

Nate: But I ultimately lost my career as a surgeon because of an impulse I acted on.

Victoria: So your concern is about your job?

Nate: My concern is about all the above. Business. Personal. The man I need to be.

Victoria: A man who’s faithful to his girlfriend. So who am I to you?

Nate: You’re…irresistible. Intoxicating. And you make me feel powerful.

Victoria: But you’re with elena.

Nate: And I can’t hurt her the way she and I hurt devon.

Victoria: Well, that’s very admirable.

Nate: So no matter what I may or may not be feeling, we can’t ever kiss again.

Victoria: Did we kiss? I’m sorry. I’ve been so busy. It must have just slipped my mind. Was it good?

Nate: Unforgettable. But I would hate to see what kind of negative impact this could have on our personal lives.

Victoria: Why would it? We won’t tell anyone. And in the future, I will not kiss you, and you will not kiss me.

Nate: Agreed.

Victoria: And we’ll be sure to keep a safe distance away from each other and avoid eye contact at all times.

Nate: Contact of any kind.

Victoria: You know, there’s one other thing to consider. You say that what you and elena did caused you to leave your career in the medical field and come here. But maybe here is where you belonged all along. Maybe you need more than she’s able to give you.

Elena: So what do you think victoria has in store for nate?

Audra: I am not privy to that level of information. In fact, I was just kicked out of meeting with nate because victoria wanted to have a word in private.

Elena: About what?

Audra: Uh, data, numbers.

Elena: But wouldn’t you be included in that discussion since you are the coo?

Audra: Yeah, I thought that was rude, too. But when victoria wants to meet with nate, I make myself scarce.

Elena: Hm. And, um, does has happen often?

Audra: Look, all I know is that victoria must see something truly magnificent in him to give him so much one-on-one attention.

Elena: I suppose.

Audra: He’ll be moving up in the newman organization any day now. You should be so proud of your boyfriend.

Tucker: You expected to see my wheels turning as i formulated my grand plan to sell mccall to newman for millions more than it’s worth, didn’t you?

Ashley: I thought it was a strong possibility.

Tucker: I’ve never been happier to disappoint you.

Ashley: Won’t be the first time. I’m sure it won’t be the last.

Tucker: Ashley, the only thing I’m interested in at this point is to have a fresh start with the two people who matter the most to me in life, you and devon. That’s it.

Ashley: Okay, tell me this. What happens if you can’t convince devon to buy your company? And I’m not convinced that you actually want to be a better man. What if we both turn our backs on you? What then?

Tucker: I would still forge ahead with my mission of self-improvement. Here’s the thing. No matter who purchases mccall, the sale will provide me with the means of a fresh start. Uh… the way lived my life up until now, yes, has made me rich, but I’m completely devoid of the things that matter, and a major loss has forced my hand, finally.

Ashley: So to be a better person, you need to be abandoned completely?

Tucker: Is that what you’re planning to do? If I can’t win devon over, are you just going to turn your back on me?

Devon: It doesn’t feel good, does it?

Lily: Sorry, the comment of dad being ashamed of me?

Devon: Yeah. Same thing you said to me last time we got an argument about this.

Lily: No, I actually wish he were here to see what I’ve become, because I know that he would be incredibly proud of me.

Devon: Are you sure about that?

Lily: Absolutely. It is so easy to be a copy of him, but I am out of his shadow. I’m forging my own path.

Devon: Okay, so, what, is that a dig at me?

Lily: You can take it however you want, but you thought that you could make demands, and I would just roll over? Well, I am sorry, but, no. This lawsuit is going to define everything. It’s going to change our companies, the way the business world sees us, our relationship moving forward. But in the end, you will see that I won.

Devon: Right, you won by any means necessary, too, right?

Lily: Well, it’s not personal. It’s business. Remember? You kept telling me that.

Devon: Yeah, you’re ridiculous. You’re unbelievable, actually.

Lily: Sorry, I’m unbelievable?

Devon: Yes, you are.

Lily: You’re the one who won’t honor a contract that you signed. You won’t take the money that we offered you. You want to burn everything to the ground. So here we are.

Devon: Yeah, here we are, with you willing to sacrifice our relationship for a business deal that went bad.

Lily: Because you won’t loosen your grip on dad’s company.

Devon: And what’s wrong with me trying to preserve his memory like that, lily? Really? What is it? I mean, after everything he taught us, after everything he did for us, how can you turn your back on him like that?

Lily: [ Sighs ] Devon, I am warning you. Do not go there. And you still have your biological father, tucker.

Devon: You have your biologic– you got malcolm.

Lily: Tucker is here in genoa city. He wants a relationship with you. You have a young son who you get to see every single day. My children have their own life. This is all I have left.

Devon: What are you talking about it’s all you — you have me. I’m here in town with you. And I never wanted you to feel alone in any of this. You’re the one that’s made the decision to side with jill in this ipo move. So what was I meant to do?

Lily: Honor the contract that you signed.

Devon: Yeah. You know, say whatever you want about tucker. He will never fill neil’s shoes.

Lily: And neither will you. You know, you want to say all of these things about how family is so important to you, but yet you’re willing to throw me away for a company. So in my mind, you are a hypocrite. I’m sholeh and I lost 75 pounds with golo.

“The young and the restless”

will continue.

Devon: Lily, do you know why you feel like you’re so alone? ‘Cause who the hell would want to be around you when you’re acting like you act?

Lily: Oh —

Abby: You know, one of the guys in the kitchen just told me about a rage room where you can go and put on a hard hat, get a sledge hammer, smash up a bunch of old tvs. You can get as loud as you want. So maybe you guys should head over there, because if you can’t keep it down, I’m going to have to ask you to leave.

Devon: I’m sorry.

Lily: Yeah, I’m — I’m sorry, abby. I’m sorry.

Abby: Louise just texted me that we’re out of diapers, so I think we should go grab some. We’ll get them much faster if we go get them.

Devon: We can’t order them, have them delivered?

Abby: No, come on. We’re going to go get them. Thank you.

Elena: Of course, I am proud of nate. Uh, his new career has just been an adjustment for both of us.

Audra: You know, to me, it seems perfectly natural for him to pivot from medicine to business. To be a doctor or a ceo, you have to have a certain confidence, you know, that your decision is the right one, and everything’s going to work out in the end.

Elena: Yeah, he certainly has that.

Audra: He’s a born leader. You know, if he ever ran for office, he’d have thousands of supporters. I mean, mostly women, with those eyes and a smile like that. Not that I need to tell you, since you know what he’s like.

Elena: I certainly do.

Audra: I didn’t upset you, did I?

Elena: No, not at all. I just realized the time.

Audra: Well, this was fun. We should do it again — soon.

Elena: Yeah, my schedule’s pretty packed, but if something opens up, I’ll let you know.

Tucker: Nice. You make it look so easy.

Audra: Why? Whatever do you mean?

Tucker: Alright, let’s just pretend that you’re not here —

Audra: Trying to make friends with elena, who seems like a super sweet gal.

Tucker: God, you’re just amazing. I wish we could harness your super powers for the good of all mankind.

Audra: I’m a source of amusement? How about you entertain me for once?

Tucker: What do you have in mind?

Audra: Tell me the story of who gets to run your company.

Tucker: No, no, no, no.

Audra: Who are you selling to?

Tucker: That’s classified, I’m afraid, but I might be persuaded to give you a hint if you tell me something first.

Audra: Ask away.

Tucker: So, on a scale from a minor sibling squabble to total annihilation, how would you rank the little spat between devon and lily?

Audra: Why do you even care about what…

[ Chuckles ] Okay. You think you can step in and be the dad that devon so desperately needs?

Tucker: I haven’t given up hope that I might be back in his good graces someday soon, yeah.

Audra: By exploiting the brother/sister cage match? Are you offering devon the keys to mccall unlimited?

Tucker: Why don’t you answer my question first? How bad is this fight?

Audra: Look, I have limited firsthand knowledge, but from what I’ve heard, they’re going scorched-earth. Devon and lilly’s relationship may not survive the war. Now, tell me, are you offering your company to devon?

Tucker: I already have.

Victoria: I’m not going to apologize for being direct.

Nate: No, no, I find it refreshing.

Victoria: That’s good, because I approach my personal life the same way that i approach my business life. I’m very straightforward.

Nate: So what are your expectations for us, moving forward?

Victoria: I hope that we enjoy a very long and fruitful partnership.

Nate: As do I.

Victoria: In order to do that, we’re going to have to be fully transparent with one another. So there aren’t any complications or miscommunications.

Nate: That is a solid approach. I will do my best to follow it.

Victoria: Okay.

Nate: So in the spirit of full disclosure… …I admire you, victoria. You’re intelligent, driven, powerful… beautiful. But I am in love with elena.

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so much,

Victoria: I respect that.

[ Knock on door ]

Audra: Victoria. Good. I was hoping you’d still be here. I hope I’m not interrupting your meeting, but I have news about mccall.

Victoria: What have you heard?

Audra: Well, it appears he’s changed course and wants to sell the company to his son.

Victoria: Well, that confirms exactly what my father and i suspected. Ashley bought up tucker’s debt.

Nate: Why? Is this a power move by jabot?

Victoria: Sounds like more of a move by ashley alone. She probably wanted the debt acquisition so she could strong-arm tucker into turning things around with devon. Seems that she wants tucker to redeem himself, which is surprisingly noble, in a lopsided kind of way.

Audra: If she’s expecting him to change, I mean, she’ll be deeply disappointed.

Nate: We’re apparently gonna be disappointed, too, since this means we’re losing out on acquiring mccall.

Victoria: Makes things more difficult, but it’s not impossible. Besides, I like a challenge.

Nate: What’s your plan?

Audra: We have to convince devon that buying mccall would be disastrous and that it would be a financial black hole from which he would never be able to extricate himself. And who better to relay that bad news than his cousin nate?

Abby: Okay, I couldn’t possibly have heard you right.

Devon: Oh, you did, though. Lily has hired amanda to represent them in court.

Abby: I thought amanda left chancellor.

Devon: She did. She did, but she’s the perfect weapon to aim at hamilton-winters — and to aim at me ’cause, you know, that’s really what this is about. Let’s not pretend like it isn’T.

Abby: Okay, I get that this feels like a personal shot, but why would lily do that?

Devon: Because she wants to win. That’s why. And she will obviously do whatever it takes. And she thinks it’s gonna rattle me in court. I’m just wondering what she and amanda have up their sleeves. You know? They’ll probably have a damn hologram of neil and fill the courtroom with everybody else I’ve wronged in my life.

Abby: That would be a very short list.

Devon: I… I’m dreading this entire thing now.

Abby: Tell me something. Are you worried that you’re gonna lose the lawsuit? Or is this about having to come face-to-face with amanda again?

Lily: I am beyond mortified to have an argument like that in public.

Daniel: The public will recover. How are you doing?

Lily: Not good. It’s like every time devon and i are around each other, all we do is try to hurt each other. And I don’t know how much more i can take.

Daniel: Yeah, well, famil seems to have a way of pushing buttons like no other person can.

Lily: It’s just, this merger was supposed to bring us closer together as a family, and it’s torn us apart. Nate is gone. Devon wants nothing to do with me.

Daniel: So, what are you gonna do?

Lily: [ Scoffs ] I don’t know. I just — I have to stop believing that i can salvage things. It’s like I have to fight to save chancellor-winters because it’s all I have left. So I have to fight with everything that I have. Your heart is the beat of life.

Daniel: Seems a little extreme. You’re more than chancellor-winters. You have a lot of people in your life that love you.

Lily: Not really. I mean, my parents are gone. My relationship with billy is over. I don’t know if devon and nate and I will ever fix anything. My kids are living their own life. Like, what’s left but my career?

Daniel: What about your friends? What about me?

Lily: Yeah, I mean, you’ve been the better part of the past couple of months. If only you could make this lawsuit go away.

Daniel: I wish I had that power.

Lily: I know things are gonna get really ugly.

Daniel: I don’t doubt that for a second. Are you sure it’s worth the agony?

Devon: It’s not like I have a choice about facing amanda again, you know?

Abby: Well, I have never really thought about this before, but I feel like I’m the lucky one in the fallout of all of our breakups.

Devon: What makes you say that?

Abby: Because I have to see chance. I have to communicate with him because of dominic. And all of that awkwardness, everything that was difficult between us when amanda and chance walked in on us together — well, it’s gotten a lot less. But you — you haven’t seen amanda since she broke things off. I mean, you haven’t crossed paths.

Devon: Oh, I know. Believe me. And then now the next time I see her is gonna be in a courtroom. And it’s gonna hurt.

Abby: I’m sorry. This stress is the last thing you need on top of everything else that you’re going through.

Devon: That’s what lily’s banking on. She wants this to be a painful process financially, professionally, and personally.

Abby: Are you sure that this lawsuit is worth the destruction that it will cause? I think you should reconsider tucker’s offer.

Ashley: Hey. I hope you’re calling with good news.

Tucker: As in, I can’t get you off my mind?

Ashley: As in, you got devon to sign on the dotted line.

Tucker: Uh, not quite.

Ashley: Tucker.

Tucker: Not yet, I mean to say. I’m on a fact-finding mission.

Ashley: Okay, but you have to proceed honestly. No interfering, no manipulations of any kind.

Tucker: Fear not. I’m simply collecting information on a person I might do a deal with. That’s just good business practice. I want to make sure that when devon contemplates buying mccall that he believes it’ll be the solution to all his problems.

Ashley: Okay. Call me when you get it done.

Nate: You want me to sabotage devon’s purchase of mccall unlimited?

Victoria: Yes, that is the mission. I assume that you’re going to accept it.

Nate: I’m not on good terms with either one of my cousins. I doubt I could even convince them that the sky is blue these days.

Victoria: I’m sure that you can find a way to put a stop to devon reconciling with tucker.

Nate: Still, that wouldn’t feel right. My willingness to help you acquire a controlling interest in chancellor-winters via the company’s ipo is what started all this tension in my family in the first place.

Victoria: But you didn’t cause the current conflict between devon and lily. It’s not your fault that they can’t decide whether or not to proceed with the ipo.

Nate: Still, I hate that they are fighting. And maybe this offer from tucker can help end this feud.

Victoria: You want to bring peace to the winters, which will only happen if devon agrees to give up his claim in neil’s company in favor of running tucker’S.

Nate: Honestly, on a personal level, I’d like to see that happen.

Victoria: But professionally, it’s not in our best interests.

Nate: [ Sighs ]

Audra: Looks like you don’t have much of a choice.

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