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Nate: The risk is undeniable, the downside is very real, but why not be ahead of the pack?
Victoria: Yes. Big. Bold. No limits. No safety nets. Have I told you lately how much I like the way you think? It’s like talking to myself, but it’s much more fun.
[ Both laughing ] Hey, I have an idea. Why don’t you take the babcock meeting this afternoon? The cfo can be a little, you know, hard-headed, but I’m sure it’s something you can handle. You could also head up the marketing team status conference? I think they could definitely use some fresh ideas in there.
[ Laughs ] What?
Nate: Those are very high profile.
Victoria: You’re onboard as the interim coo. I don’t see why that would be particularly unusual.
Nate: But we both know how a lot of people feel about me stepping in for nick. And me sitting in your chair. You’re making a hell of a statement with this move.
Victoria: I know. And I don’t care.
Adam: Thank you for the condolences, but given your husband’s feelings for sally, you’ll understand if your sympathies feel a bit disingenuous.
Nikki: Adam, I am speaking to you as a fellow parent who has experienced loss. And it is unimaginable. The emptiness is overwhelming. Your vision of your future with your child has been taken from you.
Adam: Taken from me? No, no. Ask sally. This was my choice. Our little girl is dead because of me.
Nikki: That is not true.
Adam: Well, it is to sally and she hates me for it. I mean, our little girl didn’t even get to take a breath because of me.
Nikki: Adam, it was an impossible choice.
Adam: But, I mean, you can’t be surprised that I screwed up, right? ‘Cause I’m no hero, I’m not like Nicholas.
Nikki: You saved her life.
Adam: Well, apparently, that doesn’t count.
Nikki: Yes, of course it does. And thank god you did.
Adam: God? God doesn’t factor into this equation because any god who makes someone choose between mother and child isn’t a god that I believe in.
Nikki: You’re angry and that’s understandable, but you cannot let it consume you.
Adam: I don’t know. It seems to be my comfort zone these days. But, nikki, if you will excuse me.
Nikki: Adam, listen. Listen. You have a bright, wonderful son who needs you and you have people who care about you. I hope you can hold onto that.