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Sally: [ Big breaths ] Nate.

Nate: Hey.

Sally: Hey. Hey.

Nate: How’s it going?

Sally: Um, not great. Actually, I’m– I’m really sorry to bother you, but I’m– I’m not feeling very well.

Nate: Okay. Uh, in– in what way? What’s the problem?

Sally: I think something might be wrong with my baby.

Detective chancellor: Yeah, this is detective chancellor. I was hoping to find out when I could expect the toxicology report on the blood that was drawn from phyllis summers. I apologize for the rush request. I understand that these things take time. I could just really use this one as soon as possible. Okay. Thank you. Thank you for understanding. Yeah, I’ll be expecting your call. All right.

Abby: Hi, chance.

Adam: Hey sharon. Can I, uh, get my usual?

Sharon: Uh. I’m sorry, what?

Adam: Uh, I was just trying to order some coffee. Everything okay?

Sharon: Yeah. Um… I’m just having a hard time focusing this morning. I guess I’m still processing. Wait, you don’t know.

Adam: Uh, apparently not. What is it that I don’t know?

Sharon: Well, there’s no easy way to say this, but… last night phyllis passed away.

Devon: Hey.

Lily: Hey.

Devon: Thank you for coming over. Yeah. I– I know it’s been a heavy morning. How you doing?

Lily: I mean, I don’t know. I was with daniel last night. I will say I know phyllis wasn’t everyone’s favorite person, but she loved her kids, and her kids loved her.

Devon: Yeah. Of course. They have to be in shock right now.

Lily: Yeah.

Devon: There’s just… nothing ever prepares you for losing a parent this young in life. I’m sure daniel’s grateful though to have you around since, you know exactly what he’s going through.

Lily: Yeah. Well, I wish you and I didn’t know it so well.

Devon: Me too. But… when you deal with loss, they can make you put things into perspective and realize that you can’t wait around to right the wrongs in your life. You have to do it now while you’re here, and while you can. Which is one of the reasons why I asked you to come over, actually. I want to continue our conversation about chancellor-winters.

Victor: Thank you, sweetheart.

Victoria: I can’t stop thinking about nicholas.

Victor: Yeah.

Victoria: How’s he doing?

Victor: I think he needs some time.

Victoria: Poor summer. My heart goes out to her.

Nikki: Thank you. I know. We saw her this morning. She seems to be teetering between being too composed and on the verge of a breakdown. And she’s insisting on planning phyllis’ memorial.

Victoria: Well, she shouldn’t have to deal with that right now. I can help her.

Nikki: No, she doesn’t want any help.

Victoria: Well, that’s crazy. She’s in no shape to take that on.

Nikki: No, she’s not. But those are her wishes. So, I just told her that we’re there for her and ready to help her with whatever she needs, and we’ll give her her space.

Victoria: Well, then I guess I shouldn’t go see her today.

Nikki: It might be better if you wait for her emotions to settle down a bit.

Victor: By the way, sweetheart. You saw tucker? How did that go?

Victoria: Oh, well, that’s very easy to answer. Nowhere.

Victor: What? You weren’t able to make any headway with him?

Victoria: I withdrew our offer to buy the company. I’m no longer interested in mccall unlimited.

Victor: Why would

Victor: Why would you withdraw the offer?

Victoria: It’s already been too much of a headache and I can only see more migraines in the future.

Victor: You know damn well that a deal of this size brings with it headaches.

Victoria: Well, in this case, the– the pitfalls outweigh any upside, both for the company and for the family. I just don’t think it’s worth it, dad. And I told tucker myself last night.

Victor: This was not your decision to make alone. You should have consulted with your father.

Victoria: I am the ceo of newman enterprises, aren’t I?

Victor: Are you forgetting who put you in this chair?

Victoria: Then I take it that you don’t agree with my decision.

Victor: No, I don’T. And all this nonsense about headaches and obstacles. The real issue is adam, isn’t it?

Victoria: You’re mistaken. Adam is your concern. For me, it’s all about the business and what’s best for the business.

Victor: That’s what you keep on saying.

Victoria: Yes. Well, I’ve reevaluated the pros and the cons and the potential risks. Now, you know what? I just changed my mind. Yes, dad. And you know what? There’s no potential room for growth. There’s just not. I would be so happy to show you the numbers.

Victor: And I’m sure you called all the numbers to support your position. What I’m questioning is is your motivation.

Victoria: I always have this company and our family’s best interests at heart. That’s my motivation, dad. And if you don’t believe that, then why did you trust me to be the custodian of your legacy?

Victor: Why are you so reluctant to have adam reunite with his family? Why are you so against him having his own success?

Victoria: How is handing him a company a success of his own? Look, if you want to acquire mccall unlimited and hand it to adam, well, by all means, feel free to do so. But do it independent of newman because this company should have no part of it.

Victor: Don’t ever forget who handed you this company.

Adam: In the blink of an eye, phyllis is gone. What was she doing marrying stark of all people? That sounds off. I’m sure.

Sharon: Sadly, we’ll never be able to ask her.

Adam: Uh, have you spoken to nick about it?

Sharon: Well, not since last night. I was with him when all of the information was rolling in and then when phyllis’ death was confirmed, obviously, he was very focused on summer.

Adam: Hmm. Well, I’m sure he’ll reach out to you when he gets the chance to.

Sharon: I hope he does. You know, he was really there for me when ray died and I want him to know that I can be that person for him now, especially since the situations are so similar.

Adam: You two have been through something like this before. Together. I’m sure that he will reach out.

Sharon: Losing cassie and ray, I feel especially qualified to help people through this. I know what it feels like when fate reaches out and snatches the person you love and the inevitable guilt of things that were said, things that were left unsaid and how that weighs on you.

Adam: Sharon, nick will reach out. Okay? And you will be a great comfort to him. But you can’t be everything to everyone all the time, even though you try. You have to take care of yourself too.

Sharon: I will, if you will.

Adam: [ Laughs ] Deal.

[ Sighs ] I, um, have been summoned. Can we pick this up later?

Sharon: Yeah, of course.

Adam: Okay. I’ll check back in with you.

Sharon: Yeah.

Abby: The news about phyllis is sickening.

Chance: Yeah. Um, I feel sorry for summer and for daniel.

Abby: Yeah. You never expect that it’s gonna be the last time that you see someone. But thank you so much for your hard work. I know the family really appreciates it.

Chance: Just doing my job. Anyway. Nice to runing into you.

Abby: Wait, chance. Um– I don’t want to intrude at a time like this, but I’ve been looking for you. There’s something that we need to discuss.

Devon: Everything changed for me last night. Just being in that room and seeing those pictures on the wall and hearing his favorite music all night long.

Lily: I know. I felt like he was there with us.

Devon: Yeah. And I’m sure he was. And then, hearing about the news of phyllis this morning, it reminded me about that day that we lost him all over again. And made me think about how we really don’t have a lot of time here on this planet. And the most important thing is keeping the people that you love close to you.

Lily: I agree. I do. I mean, time is a really valuable resource, and I really don’t want to waste any more of it.

Devon: Yeah. Neither do I, at all. You know, you’re my sister. I love you and there should never be anything that’s bigger than that. Oh, I wanna give our partnership at chancellor-winters a second shot.

Nate: I gotta say, I– I thought you looked a little different at the gala. But, uh, I learned a long time ago to never assume a woman is pregnant.

Sally: Good call. Yeah, I– I haven’t told a lot of people and I promise I’m not in the habit of just flagging down doctors as they’re casually walking by. So, I thank you, uh, for stopping and listening. Um. Sometimes after I eat, I get nauseous, and I get this, like, fluttering feeling in my stomach and I just am not really sure it’s normal.

Nate: Okay. Well, I can’t be 100% certain and this wouldn’t be an official diagnosis. Okay? Uh. Who’s your obstetrician?

Sally: Dr. Chandler.

Nate: Good, good. She’s the best. You should probably schedule an appointment with her just to be sure. But from what you’ve told me, I’m confident I know what’s going on.

Sally: Okay. Can you connect the dots for me?

Nate: Well, that weird fluttery feeling happens after you eat, right?

Sally: Mm-hmm.

Nate: And then you tend to get relief once you walk around a bit.

Sally: Yeah. Yeah. That’s right.

Nate: Is it possible you get this feeling after you’ve eaten a little too much?

Sally: Uh. Well, an omelet, toast, and double hash browns. So, yes, it’s possible.

Nate: And you’re feeling mild nausea but nowhere near morning sickness.

Sally: Yes.

Nate: Well, I think what’s happening is a cause for celebration.

Sally: What exactly am I celebrating?

Nate: The baby is starting to move.

[ Laughs ] -What’s he doing? -He’s cleaning the trash cans. I’m– I’m playing catch up now.

Sally: So, when I eat, the baby eats as well and the food’s not only providing me with energy, but the baby too.

Nate: Someone was napping in biology class.

Sally: Is it that obvious? I’m– I’m playing catch up now. It’s just there’s something new every day.

Nate: So, you’re right. The nutrition gives the baby a little boost, which in turn contributes to your queasiness.

Sally: So, when I get up and I move around, it’s like I’m rocking my little guy or girl to sleep, which is– soothes them, so the fluttering eases up.

Nate: That’s pretty much it.

Sally: Thank you, nate. You have excellent bedside manner for a media executive.

Nate: I would take that as a compliment. Well, it looks like my take-out order’s here, if you’re good.

Sally: Uh. Yeah, please go enjoy some nausea free carbs for me. And if you wouldn’t mind keeping this to yourself.

Nate: It’s not my news to share. But, um, if you don’t mind, I’d like to leave you with some words of advice. Just three things. Try to eat frequent smaller meals, opposed to fewer large ones, okay? That should lessen the discomfort of sharing a full stomach with a growing baby. Two, chamomile tea helps with digestion.

Sally: Ah, good to know. What’s the third?

Nate: Cherish these moments. They don’t last forever.

Lily: Ah. Okay. Um, you wanna come back to chancellor-winters?

Devon: Mm-hmm.

Lily: Have you thought about this enough?

Devon: I don’t need to give it a lot of time. I can feel like it’s the right thing to do.

Lily: Well, is this because of what happened yesterday? Because I mean, that was a lot for everyone.

Devon: What do you think? This is just like an emotional decision I’m making?

Lily: Well, I just wanna make sure that it’s not, you know. Our– our company, our relationship has been through a lot of turmoil. So, I wanna make sure that we’re being logical about this.

Devon: I’m being very logical about it. The only thing that matters to me is protecting our relationship, as brother and sister and as colleagues, I just want to hit the reset button.

Lily: Yeah. I mean, I want that too, of course, I do, you know, but I– I’m scared, right? Like, what if we end up in the same place? Like, what if it happens again?

Devon: It’s not gonna happen again, we won’t let it. And in order to do that, we have to have open communication between each other at all times. And have total honesty, even if it hurts each other’s feelings.

Lily: Yeah. I mean, listen, I agree. I think last time we both had our own agenda, and we weren’t honest with each other.

Devon: Exactly. So, can we do that moving forward? Have total honesty?

[ Lily sighing ]

Lily: Okay. Well, in light of total honesty. I mean, are you just doing this to mend things with me or because you’re afraid of losing hamilton winters?

Devon: Well, of course, I want to hang on to my company, but no, it’s– the main part of all this is not losing my sister because we’re all we have.

Lily: That’s exactly what aunt mimi said.

Devon: She’s a smart woman. Now, I wanna be partners with you again and I wanna make something out of chancellor-winters that we can both be proud of. And that catherine and neil would be proud of.

[ Lily inhaling ]

Lily: All right. Well, I gotta take yes for an answer.

Devon: Yeah. Good. Cheers.

Lily: Cheers.

[ Lily chuckling ]

Chance: Dom is fine, right?

Abby: Yes. Yes, he’s fine. I’m sorry. I should have led with that.

Chance: Um. Okay. Well, I’m not sure what else there is to talk about.

Abby: Chance, I want to be um, completely transparent with you and this isn’t gonna be easy to hear. Devon asked me and dominic to move in with him.

Chance: Hmm.

[ Chance exhaling ] What do you want me to say here, abby?

Abby: I haven’t made any final decisions. I– I don’t know what I’m gonna do yet, but I just– I wanted to talk to you first because I don’t want to make visitations any more uncomfortable than they already are.

Chance: Uncomfortable? How are they uncomfortable?

Abby: They just are. You know that. And I don’t want to do anything to add to it. And also, this is a pretty small town. People talk, so I know it’ll be a point of gossip.

Chance: Well, I think everyone has other things on their mind at the moment.

Abby: I know. And I know how busy you are. I just, um… I wanted to talk to you before I make a final decision.

Chance: You’re actually asking for my opinion on this?

[ Heavy footsteps ]

Victor: Hey, son. I assume you heard about last night’s events.

[ Adam sighing ]

Adam: I just found out from sharon. Uh, I mean, it’s– what a tragedy.

Victor: Yup.

Adam: Phyllis and I, we weren’t exactly close, but… she was never boring. There was times I thought we had a lot in common but, uh, obviously, um, I don’t feel the loss others do.

Victor: Well, I appreciate your candor.

Adam: Well, then let’s, uh, let’s get to the point. What’s going on with tucker’s company?

Victor: Well son, it seems we have hit the roadblock, you know.

Adam: Another one?

Victor: Yeah. Victoria is no longer interested in acquiring mccall unlimited.

Adam: If I’m not mistaken, newman enterprises still belongs to you. So, override her.

Victor: Son, I put victoria in charge for a reason. And I’m not gonna disrespect her decisions.

Adam: Right. Because whenever it’s a choice between me and victoria, it’s not really a choice, it’s game over.

Victor: Son, please don’t go there, all right? I have not given up on acquiring mccall unlimited. I just want us to rethink our approach.

Adam: I don’t think I’m up for that, okay? Nothing is gonna change in our family hierarchy. Oh, I was just– I was fooling myself thinking that anything was gonna change. I think it’s best that we go our separate ways, okay? I’m gonna figure out my future on my own.

Devon: How is, uh, daniel doing?

Lily: Well, I mean, he’s distraught, obviously. He just kept talking over and over about how all of the ways that phyllis could have been saved.

Devon: Yeah, that’s what you do. Your mind goes in 100 different directions.

Lily: Yeah. Absolutely. And he kept beating himself up because, you know, they were in a bad place in her last days. And then he kept thinking maybe he contributed to the stress that made her pass out.

Devon: He can’t do that. He just has to take himself through it. I’d like to think that I’m more at peace with losing neil and hillary, but… you know that hole in your heart never goes away.

Lily: No. And unfortunately, daniel is just at the beginning of his journey.

Devon: This whole thing with phyllis just reminds you that you gotta embrace life. And that’s exactly what I intend to do and not just when it comes to business either.

Lily: Well, what else is going on?

Devon: Well, I asked abby to move in with me.

Abby: I’m not as much asking your opinion on this as I am–

Chance: Just go for it. I’m sure dominic would love it. I assume that you and devon would too. So, no reason not to, right?

Abby: I want to consider your feelings.

Chance: Let me worry about my feelings. And I’m fine with it. Really.

Abby: Okay. Well, um, if I do move out, then you should move back into the chancellor estate. It’s your birthright.

Chance: It’s just a house, abby.

Abby: It’s– it’s not just a house. It– it’s more than that. It’s the chancellor house, a chancellor should live there.

Chance: Dominic does. He’s a chancellor, right?

Abby: Yes, he is and… and maybe one day, it’ll all be his.

Chance: Yeah, of course. It’s his birthright.

Abby: You know, I just– I really don’t feel comfortable living there without you and I get the feeling that nina doesn’t want me there.

Chance: Yeah, she may have mentioned something like that to me as well. I tell you though, it’s jill you need to worry about.

Abby: Okay. Well, um– I’ll leave. But um, maybe I can just keep dominic’s things there and keep his room the same. He loves it there and then everything can just be exactly the way it is now, you know, when he visits you and I won’t have to disrupt his life more than I already have.

Chance: That’s fine with me. I’m gonna do what’s best for dom, whatever I think that is.

Abby: Well, thank you, chance. Um… I hope you have a great rest of your day.

[ Knocking on door ]

Nate: Hey.

Victoria: Hi, come in.

Nate: I just got your text. Thought I’d stop by before I bury my nose in these quarterly reports. What’s going on?

Victoria: I know that you did everything that you could to help phyllis last night.

Nate: Yeah. Thankfully, my medical training kicked back in.

Victoria: Did you and elena figure out what was wrong with her?

Nate: No, and the lack of answers has been weighing on elena. She’s been trying to figure out what we missed, wondering what we could have done to save her before she got into that ambulance.

Victoria: What about you?

Nate: I have questions too, but I can let go in a way elena can’T. Holding other people’s lives in my hands is no longer my responsibility. So, yes, I do wonder what happened to phyllis, truly, but my focus is here at newman. Man: I’m not slowing down anytime soon. ch?

[ Adam sighs ]

Sally: Oh. Where are you rushing off to?

Adam: Um, I’m not sure. Um, nowhere?

Sally: Oh, well, you sure are in a hurry to get there. I’m just here for some chamomile tea.

Adam: Ah. What’s wrong? You all right?

Sally: We’re fine. Uh. But if going nowhere could wait a few minutes, maybe you’d like to sit with me?

Nate: Did you have something specific you wanted to talk about when you sent me the text?

Victoria: Yes. I wanted you to be the first person to know, outside of the family of course. That I am no longer pursuing mccall unlimited.

Nate: I thought that acquisition was the top priority for you. What changed?

Victoria: Can I confess something to you, completely off the record?

Nate: Of course.

Victoria: Well, I denied it to my father, but he was right. The whole mccall thing, it is about adam. Not just for me, but for all of us. If we do manage to acquire mccall, my father is determined to install adam as ceo. And I just keep asking myself if that is the case, why would I… and the company I run, hand adam an empire?

[ Sally sighs ]

Adam: I assume that you heard about phyllis.

Sally: Yeah, it’s pretty awful.

Adam: Yeah. How’s nick doing? I know it can’t be easy for him. I know there’s a lot of– a lot of history there.

Sally: Uh, he’s pretty torn up, especially for summer.

Adam: I don’t know how I’d be able to console connor if chelsea…

Sally: Yeah, he’s struggling with not knowing how to make things better for her.

Adam: Ah. That’s one of the hardest things about parenting is accepting that you cannot protect your kids from everything. No matter how much you want to.

Sally: Well, I’m about to find out what that’s like.

Adam: You will love your child like nobody else.

Sally: I am sure. Yeah, he’s coping with his own grief too. I mean– I mean, he loved phyllis for a really long time.

Adam: And you’re not jealous of that?

Sally: No. I mean, he fell out of love with phyllis long before we ever got together and she is the mother of his child. And like you just said, that is a bond that nothing can break. (Male announcer) important information for viewers age 50 to 85.

Sally: Sounve but th a good sign,

Sally: You seemed pretty discombobulated when I first ran into you… heading out of here with no clear direction is never a good sign, where you’re concerned.

Adam: Yeah. Well, um… I thought that I was running towards something positive but those plans came to a screeching halt.

Sally: You care to elaborate?

Adam: Victor was gonna buy a company that I was going to head.

Sally: Sounds promising.

Adam: But then he pulled the rug out from under me.

Sally: Well, that sounds like victor.

Adam: I’m frustrated. Not only because he chose victoria over me, but, um… for a brief moment, I thought he might choose me.

Sally: Well, I’m sorry that he hurt you again. I mean, we always want to believe the best in the people that we care about. That’s why it is so devastating whenever they let us down. Look at it this way. If victor handed you a company to run, you would have to answer to him and you would be in a never-ending competition with victoria. Is that what you really want?

Adam: Maybe not.

Sally: Everything I said to you when you were ceo of newman media still stands. You are intelligent and highly capable. You have one of the sharpest business minds I have ever seen. You do not need victor to succeed. All you need is you.

Sharon: So, I saw you with abby earlier. Is everything all right?

Chance: I don’t really know how to answer that question. Yes. No. I mean, nothing’s wrong, but… that wasn’t exactly what you would call, uh, small talk, you know?

Sharon: Yeah. I’ve been there. Marriage dissolves and you just try to remain civil and pleasant.

Chance: Yeah, I’m doing my best.

Sharon: Well, tell me… what happened with abby?

Chance: Well, she asked me what I thought about her and dominic moving in with devon.

Sharon: Oh. Wow. Well, what did you do?

Chance: What could I do? Gave the idea a thumbs up.

Lily: Wow. Abby’s moving in with you.

Devon: Yeah. It feels right to both of us. We both know how we feel about each other. Why not?

Lily: Uh, maybe because your ex just moved out.

Devon: Okay. So how much time am i supposed to let go by, then?

Lily: Well, I mean, don’t you think having abby move in with you is just gonna cause amanda more pain?

Devon: No, I don’T. How? She already assumes we live together anyway. She said so last night. And we had a decent conversation, where I feel like there’s some actual closure for the first time. Which is what motivated me to ask abby… and I love her. It’s not a fling, it’s not just some random person, you know. She’s been my best friend for years. She’s the mother of my son. So, us all together as a family feels good to me. And having her and dominic under this roof makes all the sense in the world. (Imitating chicken clucks)

Sharon: Wow. Giving abby the okay to move in with devon, that must have been hard.

Chance: You know, the more I think about it… it really wasn’t that hard.

Sharon: Well, that’s good. Maybe this could mark the end of that. You can put it in the past and that could be really freeing.

Chance: Yeah. You know, it’s tough. There’s never gonna be a clean break with abby. We always have dominic connecting us, you know?

Sharon: Well, you can continue to resent abby for what she did and who she did it with. But abby’s out there living her life and she’s not gonna feel the sting. The only person your anger is gonna affect is you. So… it seems to me that the sooner you let that go the better.

Chance: Well, the way I see it, sharon, is you got two options here. I either pay you for this excellent therapy session or I take you to dinner.

Sharon: And those are my only two options?

Chance: Yeah, those are the only two options.

Sharon: Okay. Dinner.

Devon: Pretty lady.

Abby: Hi.

Devon: Hey.

Abby: Can I come in?

Devon: You know, you don’t have to ask me that question.

Abby: Um…

Devon: What’s up?

Abby: So, I haven’t been able to get your offer out of my mind.

Devon: Well, I don’t want to put any pressure on you to make a decision. Okay?

Abby: No pressure, but, you know, my biggest concern was chance.

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: So, I went and talked to him.

Devon: Really? How did that go?

Abby: Well, he wasn’t ecstatic, but… he gave us the go ahead.

Devon: Really?

Abby: Mm-hmm.

Devon: Well, that’s the best news, isn’t it?

Abby: Yeah. I mean, I think now that that’s handled, the rest seems doable.

Devon: So, are you saying what I think you’re saying?

Abby: I love you. And I would very much like to make a home with you and our son.

Victoria: If we succeed in buying mccall, I am not gonna be able to stop my dad from handing it to adam. But if the acquisition is a failure, then my company takes a hit. And that means it’s a no-win situation for me.

Nate: Makes sense to me. Personally, I’m happy you’re backing off because it leaves the door open for devon to purchase it. If he chooses.

Victoria: Oh. Win-win for everyone, then.

Nate: Victoria, your instincts are always spot on. I admire your ability to pivot when it’s called for.

Victoria: Yes, well, being nimble is a business secret of mine.

Nate: Thank you for sharing your secrets with me. It’S… nice to be in your inner circle.

Victoria: You’re an asset. I would definitely be a fool not to recognize that.

Nate: Good to hear. Though, I realize that most of the time that circle is you.

Victoria: I can reach out for help whenever the situation arises.

Nate: Yeah? So, you’re thinking of expanding this inner circle of yours?

Victoria: Just by one.

Nikki: It went that badly with adam?

Victor: Well, let me put it this way. He’s still as obstinate as always. He insists that I… force victoria to acquire mccall unlimited.

Nikki: Oh, well, you’re not considering doing that, are you?

Victor: No, of course not. But that answer didn’t sit well with him.

Nikki: Well, I take it as a good thing. Now, we can finally get past the pursuit of a company that tucker clearly wants to sell to devon.

Victor: There’s only one problem. Devon is no longer interested in acquiring another company.

Nikki: What happened?

Victor: Devon wants to rejoin chancellor-winters.

Nikki: Wow, that’s an interesting turn of events.

Victor: It’s not surprising, to be honest with you. After phyllis’s death, I guess everyone is rethinking their relationship with their family. I certainly am not gonna waste any more time being away from my family, including adam. So as far as I’m concerned, mccall unlimited is still on the market.

Adam: Thank you… for always knowing the right thing to say. It’s part of the reason you’re gonna be an amazing mother to our little boy.

Sally: Wait, what? Little boy?

Adam: It’s my track record. All boys, so far.

Sally: Okay. Well, maybe that means you’re overdue for a daughter.

Adam: Hey, I would love a little girl. I mean, I’m gonna be thrilled either way.

Sally: Well, the way this kid refuses to let me enjoy a meal. I’m not sure how either of us comes out of this healthy.

Adam: Are you still having morning sickness?

Sally: No.

Adam: Are you taking the prenatal vitamins? I mean, do we need to go see a doctor?

Sally: No, I’m fine. No, it’s not morning sickness. It’S… it’s just a little nausea. Nothing that chamomile tea can’t fix. Besides, I heard somewhere that indigestion means the baby’s gonna have a full head of hair.

Adam: I have not heard that one.

Sally: Well, look it up. I’m really sorry I worried you.

Adam: It’s unavoidable. I’m the kid’s father and you’re right. That bond is unbreakable.

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Jeremy: Phyllis. Are you here? How is it that you’re here right now?

Summer: I need your help.

Chance: All right. What can I do for you?

Summer: You and I are gonna expose my mom’s murderer.

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