Young & The Restless Transcript
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Billy: Hey, I didn’t expect you in the office today.
Kyle: Somebody’s got to run marchetti.
Billy: How are you– uh, you know what? Forget it. I’m not even gonna ask because I’m sure you’re sick of it.
Kyle: Yeah, it doesn’t help. What am I supposed to say? My mother’s being charged with killing my mother-in-law. She didn’t do it, but my wife thinks she did and so, until she’s proven innocent, my life is hanging on by a thread and so is my marriage.
Billy I’m really glad I didn’t ask. Still, I’m surprised you’re here.
Kyle: I need a distraction.
Billy: Well, I got one for you. Can you tell me what the hell is going on with marchetti’s operation budget from last quarter?
Abby: Hi, welcome.
Mariah: Hello. Wow, greeted at the door. Don’t we feel special?
Tessa: Sorry. We were a little late. Somebody was feeling fussy.
Mariah: Mm, guilty as charged. I changed my clothes like three times and it’s just lunch, but we don’t get out much these days. But we have the best reason in the world for staying in.
Abby: Oh, let me see her. Let me see her. Oh, my gosh. Look at this little sleeping beauty. Oh, she’s a little angel.
Tessa: Aria was such a party animal before we left, but we put her in the stroller and it put her right out. I’m afraid she’s gonna sleep straight through her first girl’s lunch.
Mariah: Thank you for the invite by the way.
Abby: I’m just glad you could make it. Shall we?
Mariah: All right, let’s go.
Tessa: Oh, my gosh.
Abby: Welcome to your baby shower.
Tessa: Oh, my gosh.
Mariah: This is incredible.
Jack: How are you?
Diane: I’m okay.
Jack: How can you possibly be okay? Wrongly locked up, the press having a field day with wild speculations. The other inmates giving you a hard time?
Diane: No, jack. It’s all right. I, um, I can take care of myself. You don’t need to worry about me.
Jack: Whatever you need, I will use every connection I have to make this easier for you.
Jack: We’ll get you more outdoor time. We can get you better accommodation.
Diane: Jack, please. Please just stop. There’s only one thing you can do for me.
Jack: Okay, name it.
Diane: Don’t come back.
Chance: I don’t think diane acted alone. She may have been the one that poisoned phyllis, but I think stark was in on the murder with her.
Christine: What has you so convinced?
Chance: Well, think about it. We don’t have a trace on this guy. He transferred all of the money that he got from phyllis out of our accounts, checked out of the grand phoenix, vanished into thin air. Does that sound like an innocent guy to you?
Christine: No, it doesn’T.
Chance: If he’s trying this hard to cover his tracks, I guarantee you he’s up to something.
Christine: I mean, it looks suspicious and I’m willing to consider the fact that diane and stark were co-conspirators, but I need more than your gut feeling to pursue charges against this guy.
Chance: Our only link to stark is diane. So, let’s put some pressure on her, you know, see what she knows. Give her a big enough incentive to flip, get her talking.
Christine: That would require a deal for leniency. And given the nature of the crime, it’s a non-starter.
Chance: But it might be worth it if we can get stark.
Christine: Diane has been locked up since before stark disappeared. So phone calls, visits, letters, they were all monitored. There’s no way they’ve been in contact.
Chance: What if they plan to split the inheritance? He makes an escape with the funds, they meet up later. If that’s the case, diane would know exactly where that guy’s hiding.
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Kyle: Marchetti’s operating expenses rose because the employee headcount increased when we acquired those textile factories from newman. If you had looked carefully, you would have noticed–
Billy: That wasn’t at all condescending, was it?
Kyle: If you had looked carefully, you would have noticed that those costs are more than offset by the contractor fees. Not to mention all the other added benefits of bringing manufacturing in-house.
Billy: Yeah, see the problem with that is that historically deals between jabot and newman haven’t worked out very well for jabot.
Kyle: I made that deal with victor with my eyes wide open and it led to adam’s departure. Paved the way for your return. So, how about a thank you, instead of criticizing?
Billy: No, I’m not criticizing, kyle. My issue is with victor. I wouldn’t put it past the guy to force a bunch of troubled properties on jabot.
Kyle: Targeting those factories was my idea, not victor’S. I knew exactly what I was doing. The numbers are high right now, as expected, but everything is going according to plan.
Billy: Yeah, I still think we need to pay attention–
Kyle: Billy, billy! I don’t need your opinion. I have complete autonomy over marchetti, so whatever you think about my business decisions doesn’t really matter.
Billy: Just trying to get the lay of land before I actually dig in.
Kyle: The land is just fine.
Billy: Good to know. Since you are in the office today, I do have an idea on how to bring jabot and marchetti together. If you’re willing to listen.
Mariah: Thank you. Guys, this is awesome. You’re– you’re crazy. You’re crazy.
Tessa: You tricked us.
Abby: Well, this was all sharon’s idea. I am just so happy that I could help and I did have an ulterior motive because I wanted to meet this precious little angel. And I’m just so happy that she’s not gonna sleep through her entire shower.
Mariah: You know, I think I am totally rocking this sash. I’m not gonna take it off. Abby, you can throw us parties any time you want. Please. I just, I’m– I’m so grateful and I’m floored given everything that’s going on that– that you guys wanted to come together for us.
Sharon: Well, we could all use a little joy right now. A reminder of how wonderful life can be and there is nothing happier than a brand-new baby.
Abby: That is for sure. Well, we have all sorts of ways to welcome baby aria to genoa city. We have games, we have crafts, we have food. But first, a toast. To the new mamas, from mariah’s mama. Cheers.
All: Cheers. Cheers.
Michael: So, what did I miss?
Chase: Well, we were just wondering how diane was getting along in prison.
Michael: Ah. Sure you are.
Chase: Has she been in contact with anyone on the outside?
Michael: Well, just come out and ask your questions, detective. Don’t beat around the bush. Not one for subtlety, is he?
Chase: Answer the question, michael, has she?
Michael: I have no idea what you’re talking about and even if I did, I would never violate attorney-client privilege. However, if this was a preview of something you’ll be presenting at my client’s trial, I appreciate the heads up. Not that there should even be a trial.
Christine: Oh, wow. Finally, something we agree on. Diane could save everyone so much trouble if she just pled guilty. Is that something you and your client are ready to consider?
Jack: What do you mean don’t come back? There is no way I am going to abandon you.
Diane: You wouldn’t be abandoning me. You would be honoring my request.
Jack: I am not gonna let you do this, diane. I’m not gonna let you push away the people that love you.
Diane: I could be here a very long time.
Jack: No, no, you are innocent and kyle and I are going to help michael prove it.
Diane: There’s so much evidence against me.
Jack: It is manufactured evidence, planted by a criminal. We’re gonna prove that stark framed you and murdered phyllis himself. Look, it may take some time, but sooner or later–
Diane: Jack, stop it. I’m not getting out of here any time soon and you know it. I’ve been denied bail.
Jack: I know.
Diane: And a murder trial takes a really long time to prepare and my court date could be in ages.
Jack: However long it takes, I will be by your side. So will kyle. You can’t do this alone. Let us support you.
Diane: I love you for wanting to come to my rescue, but the only way I’m going to be able to survive this is if I just keep my head down and just forget about life outside this–
Jack: No, no. Absolutely not.
Diane: You know why? Because seeing your face and your eyes and hearing your voice, it– it doesn’t bring me comfort. It’s just a reminder of everything I’ve lost.
Jack: You have not lost me. I love you.
Diane: And I love you, but we need to do this my way.
Jack: Darling, listen to me–
Diane: Jack, please. If you love me, then you have to stay away. Having diabetes can raise a lot of questions.
Michael: My client is not pleading guilty to a murder she didn’t commit.
Christine: As her attorney, you’re duty-bound to advise her that it’s highly unlikely she’ll beat the charges given the weight of the evidence against her.
Michael: You are forgetting two critical factors. Diane has a brilliant attorney and she’s innocent.
Christine: Oh, well, of course, she is. But on the off chance that she’s not, if she would just cooperate with law enforcement–
Chance: We want stark.
Christine: I would consider recommending the judge impose a shorter sentence.
Michael: Not interested.
Christine: Really? Even if that means the difference between diane having the freedom to see her grandchild again or spending the rest of her life in prison?
Jack: Hey, it’s too soon to make any big decisions. It’s been a tough day. You know, being denied bail is a big deal and you need time to process that.
Diane: I– I think I’m dealing with this a little more realistically than you are.
Jack: By deciding to cut everyone out of your life? No, I mean that may sound fine today but tomorrow–
Diane: Tomorrow, what? What, jack? The sun’s going to come out and– and somehow things will be different than they are right now.
Jack: I am asking you to reconsider.
Diane: Listen to me. When I went on the run after faking my death, the only way I could survive was by shutting down. I– I had to clear my mind of any thoughts of my old life. No memories because if I allowed myself to, you know, to remember or to feel anything, it– it destroyed me.
Jack: This is a completely different situation.
Diane: No, it isn’T. Just like then, I am facing the very real possibility of spending the rest of my life away from everyone and everything that I care about. I know how this works. I know what I have to do.
Jack: Cut everyone out of your life? Try to forget everyone?
Diane: No, I’m not doing this because you and kyle and harrison aren’t the most important things in the world to me. I’m doing this because I love you too much to– to put you through what’s ahead. I mean, look, this is a terrible place. I don’t want you here. I don’t want kyle here and I certainly don’t want harrison here. What are we gonna do, huh? We’re just gonna sit around and try to act like everything’s normal when it’s not? I’m not going to put you through that. No, this is what I need to do to survive.
Kyle: What’s your idea?
Billy: We integrate jabot’s and marchetti’s ad campaign.
Billy: You’re not even gonna hear me out? We brand jabot and marchetti as a single fashion and beauty entity. Tessa has been a knockout as a spokesmodel for marchetti. She can work for both brands.
Kyle: No stands. Not gonna happen.
Billy: You’re not even gonna think about it?
Kyle: Don’t have to. Jabot offers a wide range of lines at various price points, each designed to appeal to a different demographic. The idea is that there is something different for everybody. In contrast, marchetti is exclusively a luxury brand. Two very different entities.
Billy: See, I don’t see a problem in that.
Kyle: Okay. Customers pay a premium for our quality, our exclusivity. Linking jabot and marchetti could dilute the brand’s reputation.
Billy: You’re missing the genius part. We tailor the ad campaigns to emphasize the connection between jabot and marchetti’s top-end products. It’s aspirational. It brings more customers to marchetti and it works better for both brands. What’s not to love about that?
Kyle: Where to begin, billy?
Billy: Wasn’t corporate synergy the whole reason jabot acquired a fashion brand in the first place? This idea does exactly that.
Kyle: Wow, you’ve really been here a couple of hours and you think you have the expertise to upend our entire advertising strategy.
Sharon: It means so much to me that aria is my first grandchild. Years ago, I was the young, biological mom who made the difficult choice of adoption. And here we are, full circle. And I’m just profoundly moved that mariah and tessa connected with aria’s birth mother, delphine, and they created a bond that honors their journey together. There’s so many different ways to be a family and aria is learning that already.
[ Laughing ] You better get used to big crowds because now, you have a lot of relatives and friends. You’ve got your aunt faith, who really wanted to be here, but she had an exam. And you have the best uncle in the world.
Noah: Free babysitting.
Mariah: We’re gonna take you up on that.
Sharon: I know that your path to motherhood wasn’t easy. I saw your joy and your determination and your discontentment, but I am so thrilled to see how happy you are now that your dreams of having a family have now come true with this sweet little baby girl. And I’m so looking forward to late nights, diaper changes, first steps and then, in the blink of an eye, aria will be all grown up. I’m really honored to have the three of you in my life. To family.
All: To family.
Mariah: To family. My celebrity colorist?
Abby: As someone who hasn’t been a mom much longer than the two of you, I have learned a few things. Like every single day, in 100 different ways, your child is gonna remind you of what’s important. And there will be good days and not-so-good days and days where you feel overwhelmed, but it’s okay because it’s all part of being a mom. And you will see the world in a completely different way and the joy that it will bring you will be like nothing you’ve ever felt before.
Tessa: We are pretty blissed out.
Mariah: I mean, we could use a little bit of sleep, but it’s no biggie.
Noah: Okay, my turn. Allie wishes she could be here but she got stuck in the lab, so this is from us.
Tessa: Thank you. Let’s see. Aw.
Mariah: Oh, noah, this is awesome. Free babysitting and a library. You guys are our favorite couple.
Tessa: Oh, I cannot wait to read these to her.
Noah: So, it’s mostly classics, but some of my favorites. I always remember my mom reading those books to me when I was a kid. I loved those moments. It kind of felt like we were on some kind of adventure, you know. Now that I think about it, I mean, our life kind of was an adventure. I had my wonderful mom there to guide me every step of the way.
Sharon: I didn’t tell him to say that.
Noah: I know how lucky I am. You know, most kids don’t get that. But, aria here, she hit the jackpot. She has two of the coolest, most amazing moms in the entire world.
Billy: This is not my first stint at jabot.
Kyle: No kidding. You’ve been ceo how many times? Co-ceo, your mom fired you, my dad fired you. Everybody has fired you.
Billy: But there’s a positive there, I’ve learned from my mistakes. And I’m also bringing the experience that I have from working at chancellor-winters when they went through their merger. I know how to bring two companies together. And under the current configuration, jabot is not maximizing the potential of having marchetti under its umbrella.
Kyle: Thanks for your input, but our strategy of keeping marchetti and jabot separate from the beginning has proven successful. I see no reason to change course.
Billy: Sometimes, you gotta think outside the box, kyle.
Kyle: And what about the jaboutiques? Weren’t those another one of your failures?
Billy: I’m gonna let that one slide because you’re under tremendous personal pressure.
Kyle: Yeah, I know you pride yourself on being that guy, the innovator, the idea guy, but sometimes, outside the box is just outside of the box.
Billy: And sometimes, it’s exactly what you need. And because this idea involves both marchetti and jabot, you can’t unilaterally veto it.
Kyle: And by the same token, you can’t unilaterally implement it. It’s my dad’s call.
Billy: Great. I’ll talk to jack, see what he has to say.
Kyle: Fine by me.
Kyle: I’m going to lunch. I know what you’re trying to do, distract me with stupid business ideas. Thanks.
Billy: You’re welcome.
Diane: Whatever you wish for and hope will happen, there’s a very good chance that I’m going to be found guilty of murder. And I will be moved to some prison, god knows where. So, not seeing each other now, it’ll just make it easier for you to move on once I’m sentenced.
Jack: To move on? You honestly think I can just forget about you after everything we have been through to find our way back to each other? I have no intention of living my life without you.
Diane: Jack, it’s for the best.
Jack: You can’t do this.
[ Chair clattering ] This is selfish.
Diane: I’m not being selfish. I’m thinking about you and kyle.
Jack: Kyle? Kyle spent decades of his life thinking his mother was dead. Can you really imagine yourself putting him through that kind of pain again?
Diane: Well, if he spends any time with me now, then it will be that much harder for him once I move to some maximum security facility. Kyle needs to get used to the idea that I’m not going to be around.
Jack: And what about harrison? How is that little boy supposed to understand his deedee suddenly disappearing? She doesn’t write, she doesn’t call.
Diane: I want to go back to my cell. Guard!
Jack: Diane. Diane, wait. Wait.
[ Chair clattering ] (Vo) at the tidy cats innovation lab.
“The young and the restless” will continue. (Lucky) uh-oh the magic’s disappearing!
[ Knock on door ]
Billy: Come in.
Billy: Excuse me, how did you get past security?
Chelsea: I bribed them with dumplings. I hope it’s okay I stopped by.
Billy: It’s okay and not only because I know that that bag is coming from yang chow’S.
Chelsea: How could you tell?
Billy: ‘Cause I can smell the slippery shrimp from here.
Chelsea: Ah. Well, I figured since it’s your first day back, you weren’t thinking about lunch. So, I thought about it for you. If you have time?
Billy: I will make time on one condition.
Chelsea: What’s that?
Billy: You join me.
Chance: Michael, we are looking for information about people connected to diane, like stark. Now I think there’s more to that story than what we’ve been told.
Michael: Well, I think you’re howling up the wrong tree, detective. There’s no current connection between the two of them. Diane wishes the man had never come to town.
Christine: So she says.
Michael: Have you taken a peek at the man’s rap sheet? I think it’s obvious that stark murdered phyllis on his own and then framed diane. She’s just another one of his victims.
Christine: You’re welcome to make that defense. I don’t think you’re gonna convince a jury based on the fact that diane had means, motive, and opportunity to kill phyllis.
Michael: Oh, that’s one way of looking at it. But I prefer to think that diane helping to put stark behind bars for money laundering will go a long way to persuading the jurors that the man was out for revenge.
Christine: Argh. Um, so we’re going to trial.
Michael: Yes. And you’re gonna lose. Because the D.A.’S office and the G.C.P.D. Have fallen for obviously planted evidence. So, stop pushing diane to confess to a murder she didn’t commit, and investigate the damn crime.
Chase: Excuse me. I’m gonna let you two duke this out.
[ Indistinct whispering ]
Abby: Aw, what a cute little puppy.
Sharon: It’s a bear.
[ Noah chuckles ]
Abby: It’s still really cute.
[ All laughing ]
Elena: Oh, look at that. A real designer original.
Noah: I’m just playing around.
Elena: The man is an artist.
Mariah: All right, guys, I can’t take it anymore, so I gotta– I gotta say something. I just wanted to thank you all and let you know how grateful we are that you guys are here with your love and your support for aria. But that love didn’t just start when we brought her home. You guys have been so supportive, throughout our entire journey. And you were there through the setbacks and the obstacles, and then through the ultrasound pictures and finally, to being able to bring her home. Uh, we didn’t tell you but there was a little bit of a scare, in the delivery. Everything’s okay. It was totally fine. But the nurse said that our daughter was really lucky to have us as mothers, but… I know tessa and I feel that it’s the other way around. Because this magical little girl… deserves everything in the entire world. And all tessa and I want to do is give her everything that she deserves.
Noah: Spoken like a true mama bear.
[ All laughing ]
Tessa: Well, uh, other mama bear would like to say something, too.
Tessa: If that’s okay? Um, sharon mentioned the different ways to be a family–
[ Aria cooing ]
[ Tessa chuckles ] And, um, I, uh, never had much luck with my biological family, except for my sister, crystal. I spent years on my own. I never trusted anyone. I never even tried to connect. And then I moved to genoa city and met my family. And each one of you is a member. Well, mariah and I have just dreamed about this moment and this baby for so long, I cannot think of a better way to celebrate it than with our family. You know, we made a deliberate choice to be aria’s moms, but I– I feel on some cosmic level that our daughter chose us. Mm…
[ Mariah giggling ]
[ Aria crying ]
Kyle: Hi. I didn’t realize there was a private event. I’ll leave.
Abby: No, no, no, I’m sorry, I was gonna invite you. I just didn’t think you’d want to come with everything going on.
Kyle: Well, I’m thrilled for mariah and tessa, but I’ll find someplace else to get lunch.
Mariah: Hey, you. You are not getting out of here without talking to me. Hi.
Chelsea: So, first day back. Highlights, insights.
Billy: Hmm. Well, I already managed to get into an argument, but I kept my cool and I handled it peacefully. So, I think that’s progress.
Chelsea: And it seems you’re enjoying the work.
Billy: I am. Yeah, very much so. You know, it’s not just about pushing paper and numbers and figures. I– I really believe that I can make a difference here.
Chelsea: Well, look at you. It seems like you landed in the– a satisfying career you were always hoping for.
Billy: Yeah, right here in my own backyard.
Billy: How about you? How’s the video game coming?
Chelsea: I’m loving it. I’m creating a world, you know, a community I feel I can– I can really make a difference in. I’ve never been so excited about a project. Uh, the only problem is we’re in a bit of a holding pattern right now, but…
Billy: Why is that?
Chelsea: Well, phyllis’s death, you know. Daniel’s still grieving so I don’t feel comfortable approaching him about work stuff right now.
Billy: No, that’s true. It’s very sensitive of you. How does that make you feel?
Chelsea: How does that make me feel? Look at you with the therapy speech.
Billy: You’re right. This is not a counseling session. This is lunch.
Chelsea: No, that’s okay. I will tell you exactly how I feel. Um, I’m feeling a little impatient, to be honest with you.
Chelsea: I wish things were moving forward more quickly, but I also realize it’s just a bump in the road. I can deal. There’s no reason to freak out. Everything will come together. And I truly have confidence that the project will be all the better for it in the end.
Chelsea: Mature, right?
Billy: And wise.
[ Chelsea laughs softly ] I am in awe of how strong you have become.
Chelsea: Well, I got you, mr. C.E.O.
[ Billy chuckles softly ]
[ Chelsea sighs ] I mean, look at us, billy, we really did it. We helped each other through some rough times and now we’re finally getting our lives together.
Tessa: I’m so glad you could make it.
Elena: Aw, I wouldn’t have missed it. Remember when you had all of those questions about being a mother?
Elena: And now you and mariah are the experts of this baby girl and you always will be.
Tessa: Well, thank you for the vote of confidence. But between us, I might have accidentally woken aria up to see if she was breathing, and it might have happened more than once.
Elena: Well, you’re certainly not the first new parents to have done that. And it’s funny, infants always seem so fragile, but we both know that aria is a fighter.
[ Tessa sighs ]
Mariah: I know we’re not exactly huggers, but… kyle, I’m so sorry about your mom.
Kyle: I got your messages.
Mariah: All of them?
Kyle: Yeah, I should have called back. I just haven’t been in the space to.
Mariah: No, you’re– you’re totally fine. You’ve been going through hell.
[ Footsteps approaching ]
Kyle: This looks like fun. I’m excited for you and tessa. I can’t wait to meet the newest member of your family.
Mariah: Well, the, uh– the newest member of our family is gonna be starting off her life in style, thanks to you and summer and all of the baby clothes that you guys sent us in portland. I don’t think we’re gonna have to buy aria clothes for a year.
Kyle: I’m glad you like them.
Mariah: Hey, I just– I want you to know that I’m here if you need anything. You know that, right? And summer, too. I– I promise to be a good friend to her. I– I just can’t imagine what she’s going through. Thank god she has you.
Michael: Whatever happened to that kind, compassionate christine who was the champion of the underdog?
Christine: She represents the people of genoa city, which means ensuring that wealthy, well-connected murderers don’t get off on ridiculous plea deals.
Michael: Ooh. Returning to the D.A.’S office has brought out that judgy, self-righteous streak of yours. Between you and me, didn’t miss it.
Christine: Oh, come on. You had a moral compass when you were D.A. Now you just sell off to the highest bidder. I mean, helping victor with some shady deals is one thing, but representing a killer like diane is another.
Michael: Need I remind you that every person accused of a crime is entitled to a vigorous defense? And proving someone’s innocence, that’s pretty noble, in my opinion.
Christine: Mm. Yeah, especially when you’re getting paid very well for it. I think we’re done here. Oh. Just know my door is always open whenever diane’s ready to confess.
Michael: Hmm. Wouldn’t that solve all your problems? See you in court.
Jack: We need to get diane another bail hearing, now! I used to pre-rinse dishes cause my old detergent
[ All giggling and chatting ]
Kyle: Summer’s really struggling, shutting down, practically hiding in her room. And I know she needs space to grieve, but, mariah, this just seems off.
Mariah: Have you tried talking to her?
Kyle: I want to. But it’s kind of hard when she thinks my mom killed hers.
Mariah: Yeah, that’s not complicated at all.
Kyle: And I tried making summer understand that it’s absurd, but she’s only seeing what she wants to right now. I have to prove my mother isn’t guilty. If I don’t, I don’t know how my marriage survives.
Mariah: Well, the one thing that I can say about summer for sure is she is tough, as tough as they come. And she loves you just as much as you love her. So, you guys are gonna be fine. You’re gonna get through this.
Kyle: I appreciate you saying that. But I’ve taken up enough of your time. You need to get back to the onesies.
Mariah: Oh, no, no, no, please stay. I promise you, one goofy little baby shower game, it’s gonna crack that smile wide open.
Kyle: I would only bring down the mood, but congrats on your baby girl. What a wonderful life she has ahead of her.
[ All laughing and chattering ]
Christine: Jack, I warned you about this and I’m sorry, but the judge determined diane was too much of a flight risk to be granted bail.
Michael: The judge made that decision based on your argument at the arraignment.
Christine: And I stand by it. We know diane’s history.
Jack: That is ancient history! I was just with diane. She is not doing well.
Christine: Well, she’s in jail. No one does well there.
Jack: She’s innocent, christine. She doesn’t belong behind bars. Is there any way we can get to this judge? Get her to change her mind? Convince her to grant diane bail?
Michael: I’ll do my best, jack, but the facts haven’t changed. Therefore, it’s highly unlikely the judge will change her decision.
Jack: So what? We do nothing? No, that is not an option. You find this judge, you tell her I will personally pay for whatever bail is set. A million, five, ten, it does not matter. Diane will wear an ankle monitor. They can post an officer to watch her 24/7. I’ll pay the salary. Get something done now, michael. Diane has to come home.
Next week on “the young and the restless.”
Victoria: I’m asking if you’d like to join me on a business trip. There’s no– nothing left for me. There’s no place for me here.
Ashley: There might be a place for you. Why don’t you move in with me?
Summer: Is this for real? Mom, are you real?
Phyllis: I’m real.
[ Both sobbing ]
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