Y&R Transcript Thursday, August 24, 2023

Young & The Restless Transcript


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Billy: Thank you very much, simone. Appreciate the tip. How’s married life?

Tucker: Oh, it’s sheer and utter bliss. I’m the luckiest man alive.

Billy: Yeah, let’s hope you deserve her.

Tucker: Your sister would definitely tell you that I do not.

Billy: My sister’s usually right. I’m actually glad I ran into you, I was– I was thinking about you and ashley, wondering what the status is about the plan for jabot.

Victor: Thank you for coming by.

Nate: Yes, I, uh, I appreciate you valuing my opinion on sharon, nick, and adam’s new company. May I speak frankly?

Victor: I want you to speak frankly.

Nate: I find their early planning to be lacking cohesion.

Victor: In what way?

Nate: Well, I read in detail the slides depicting the overall goals and direction of the company. It was as if the three co-ceos each came up with a portion of the plan and then put it all together. There’s not a lot of unity or sense of singular vision to it that I can find.

Victor: So, what do you attribute that to?

Nate: Well, I have my theory. On top of the brothers’ friction over sally spectra, adam’s focus seems to have been on one thing, newman media. Doing whatever he can to combine it with sna.

Victor: That’ll be handled.

Nate: Still, it’s created conflict and instability with sharon and nick. They don’t share his fixation.

Victor: That’s no longer an issue.

Nate: And you really trust that adam can fall in line?

Victoria: Oh, I hear congratulations are in order.

Ashley: Yes, thank you.

Victoria: Oh, yeah, sure. I guess tucker finally convinced you that he’s a changed man.

Ashley: Well, he made quite an effort to win me back when he returned.

Victoria: You know, to be honest, I didn’t think you would allow yourself to be seduced by him again. Hm. Maybe you’re the one who’s changed.

Ashley: In what way?

Victoria: You know what I also heard? I heard that you have plans to leave jabot and that you and tucker are starting a new company.

Ashley: Mm-hmm. Already in progress.

Victoria: Wow. Well, that’s quite a shift for you. You’ve reconciled with tucker and you’ve pushed your family away. This seems more like a ruthless move that tucker might make.

Ashley: Isn’t that a little extreme? Now, you’re accusing me of being ruthless?

Victoria: I don’t know. I mean, tell me, how do you see it? Are you really gonna turn your back on jabot? The family business? I mean, that’s your father’s legacy. By creating this competitive enterprise, I mean, what is the strategy with that? Are you gonna have a cosmetics war or is this just the first step in trying to get jabot away from jack? My active psoriatic arthritis

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Ashley: Well, I am not going rogue, victoria. Tucker and I are not the new corporate bonnie and clyde.

Victoria: Wow, that is a relief.

[ Both chuckling ] You know, I’m only asking because tucker’s reputation precedes him.

Ashley: Yeah, well, jack and I decided mutually to part ways for everybody’s benefit. I’m very excited to start a new venture with my husband.

Victoria: That sounds lovely. Really, I just have a hard time believing that you would be comfortable leaving jabot behind.

Ashley: Well, I guess my priorities have shifted. What can I say? I’m in love.

Victoria: Oh, and I’m happy for you.

Ashley: Thank you so much.

Victoria: Yeah, I’m sure that jack isn’t thrilled though.

Ashley: Mm-mm.

Victoria: Yeah, I know he’s not a fan of tucker and neither is billy for that matter. I don’t see that changing anytime soon.

Ashley: Yeah, right. Yeah, it’s a bit of a sticking point for sure. You’re not wrong.

Victoria: Yeah. Well, I hope you and tucker are prepared for fireworks.

Ashley: Yeah, I think we’re gonna be okay.

Victoria: Good. You know, I’m having a similar business rivalry within my own family with adam targeting newman media. I know the kind of chaos and instability that that kind of divisiveness can cause.

Ashley: So, why are you asking me so many questions about jabot and my family? Is there something you want to know that you’re not saying?

Victoria: Look, I’m gonna be honest with you. I’m a little bit worried about how all of this affects billy. You know, he’s finally in a good place. He’s a co-ceo of jabot, seems to be in a solid relationship with chelsea. I just, um, I don’t think that, uh, he deserves to be put in the middle of some corporate or family war.

Ashley: Don’t you worry about billy. He’s exactly where he wants to be. He’s gonna be just fine.

Victoria: [ Scoffs ] That doesn’t sound very reassuring. Or is billy somehow a part of your plans?

Tucker: I assumed you figured out on your own that our plan for jabot was no longer necessary given what happened at the wedding.

Billy: Ashley seemed skeptical of jack’s wedding gift, handing back her assets and– and buying out her portion of jabot didn’t seem like enough.

Tucker: Uh, no, not really. She finally got what she wanted from jack, so she can walk away from jabot with her fair share and move on.

Billy: Just like that, huh? It seems unlikely.

Tucker: The situation has shifted dramatically, so we just don’t see the point in using you.

Billy: Well, I mean, from where I’m sitting, it hasn’t changed at all. Jack is still very much in love with diane.

Tucker: Yeah, that’s definitely not gonna–

Billy: And now, they are married, so diane is gonna do anything she can to get her seat on the board, if not more.

Tucker: Yeah, and that’s jack’s problem.

Billy: Yeah. [ Sighs ] Diane has no clue how to run jabot, okay? My family’s company is nothing more to her than an opportunity to grab more power and control, which means that the threat to my father’s legacy still very much exists. I don’t think ashley has changed her mind about that.

Tucker: But she has realized how futile it is to fight with jack when he insists on making this fatal mistake with diane.

Billy: You’re dead right about that one, tucker. This is a fatal mistake and I just don’t believe that ashley has decided that she doesn’t care about protecting my father’s legacy.

[ Tucker chuckling ]

Tucker: Billy, come on, man. This isn’t really about ashley or john abbott. I see right through you.

Billy: Is that so?

Tucker: Yeah. Hm. You were intrigued by the idea of running jabot all on your own and now you just can’t get it out of your head and now, you’re scared. Scared that maybe you missed your chance.

Nate: I don’t mean to sound flippant about adam. I know you have a soft spot for him in spite of history. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have been able to forgive him for so many things over the years.

Victor: I will always be protective of my children, no matter what.

Nate: Understood. But in my eyes, adam’s actions and attitude are detrimental to the business health of sna.

Victor: Because of his fixation with the newman media?

Nate: Yes, adam has wanted it for so long. You may think he can let go, but I’m not sure he really even can. And that’s a clear red flag of what’s to come.

Victor: You also mentioned that the issues between the two brothers could be a problem.

Nate: I don’t doubt that. Nick is at odds with adam on a daily basis and that is bad for business, especially when just getting off the ground.

Victor: Any suggestions?

Nate: Do you believe adam can be controlled? Can he ever fall in line and do what is needed to be done in order to create a successful, harmonious company?

Victor: He has done so in the past, yes.

Nate: But for how long? Will there be another newman media fixation down the line?

Victor: So, you made your thoughts about adam clear to me. What do you think about nicholas?

Nate: Nick is much more level-headed, but I’m not sure he’s forward thinking. I suspect he prefers to play things safe, take no risks, go for the sure thing.

Victor: And you don’t think that’s beneficial?

Nate: There’s nothing wrong with it if you’re already established, but sna is just coming out the gate. A new company like that demands boldness.

Victor: If you were in charge of this company, what would you do to drive it to success? Before my doctor and I chose breztri for my copd,

Nate: Adam is a wild card for sure. But I think the biggest problem with the new company is its overall structure. The merging of kirsten and mccall.

Victor: Go on.

Nate: The business structure of each entity is vastly different. Mccall’s media division is advancing quickly and many of kirsten’s platforms are already close to being obsolete. I’m sorry to say it, but it’s a short sighted merger.

Victor: Solutions?

Nate: If it were up to me, I’d strip sharon’s company down to its essentials.

Victor: And?

Nate: And we fold the new company into newman media. That’s the only move that makes sense to me. It’s good business. I know you see it, too.

Victor: So does adam.

Nate: Well, um, perhaps you prefer not to give adam that much of a win by admitting you agree or you feel that, um, sna needs more time to gain stability.

Victor: It’s possible.

Nate: There’s no doubt in my mind that sooner or later, you will bring the new company into newman to create one powerhouse. Well, um, I appreciate you allowing me to express my perspective, but, uh, something tells me that you know everything I’m telling you, which begs the question, why are you really asking me about any of this?

Ashley: I’m sorry, I didn’t mean to alarm you. As you said, billy is in a good place. I know he’ll be able to handle himself and, you know, whatever challenges might pop up at jabot.

Victoria: So, you believe there will be challenges?

Ashley: Yes, I mean, because diane has a position of power there. It might get a little bumpy sometimes. That’s all.

Victoria: And how do you see all of that playing out? You leave jabot, you become the competition, and then how do you think jack’s gonna react to that?

Ashley: Well, unfortunately, jack’s only focus these days, um, is diane and that’s why I have to step aside because, uh, now that she has this, uh, senior role there, it’s untenable for me.

Victoria: Hm. Well, you could just avoid each other.

Ashley: It’s not very realistic though, is it? So, I can’t just stand by and watch her do harm to the company, um, I have to move on.

Victoria: Doesn’t sound like you at all. Throwing in the towel, surrendering.

Ashley: Hm, c’est la vie.

Victoria: No. You love what your father built too much. You’re not gonna just walk away and let diane do damage to it. Doesn’t matter how jack claims to–

Ashley: Listen, I have done what I can to get through to my brother, okay, victoria? I’ve done whatever I can and he won’t hear it, so now I have to let go. That’s it.

Victoria: You know what? Your laissez-faire attitude doesn’t really ring true to me and if you really don’t think that there’s any impending challenges on the horizon, then why did you mention billy being able to survive one–

Ashley: What is it with billy all of a sudden? I mean, what is this? You just said that you’d let go of it.

Billy: I don’t think you know me quite as well as you think you do.

Tucker: I think I know you even better. And I’m truly sorry to have to break this sad news to you, but ashley and I have definitely decided this war with jack is just not worth it.

Billy: A week ago, ashley was determined to prove that diane was gonna destroy jabot if left to her own devices and now you’re telling me she no longer cares and all it took to give up her father’s legacy was jack giving her a portion of the company?

Tucker: She has different priorities now.

Billy: I just don’t believe it. No, I know my sister. I know how much our company means to her. It feels like more so, you are trying to ice me out.

Tucker: Why would I do that?

Billy: Because you didn’t want me part of this in the first place. And it was ashley’s idea, wasn’t it?

Tucker: Maybe. Here’s the thing, billy. I don’t think you’re trustworthy. I mean, look what you’re willing to do to your own family.

Billy: I could say the same thing about your new wife, but ashley and I agree, diane is dangerous. We also agree that jack is gonna continue to make boneheaded decisions because he is in love with diane and jabot is going to suffer because of that.

Tucker: Yeah, well, why don’t you take it up with jack?

Billy: [ Sighs ] This is very dangerous for jabot, tucker, and I’m not gonna stand for it and I think ashley knows that. And if you really cared about ashley, you would do everything you could to protect her and fix this.

Tucker: Right. Which brings us back to my original point. Amidst all this chaos, you’ve seen an opening for yourself and you think, “she’s with jack so punch drunk in love, I would be much better suited to run jabot,” right? Then, you’d have total control, total autonomy.

Billy: Whatever it takes to make things balanced again, I will do.

Tucker: [ Laughs ] Right. That’s very noble of you. Well, if that’s the case, you’ll have to figure out on your own how to dethrone diane. All right. Hey, adam.

[ Adam clears his throat ] Wow. No, no, no. Come on.

Adam: Hm?

Tucker: No, just come here. I just– I’m just absolutely astonished that your ego can handle being out in public after your most recent failure. That was an epic one.

Adam: Yeah, uh, I’ve had a few failures lately. You’re gonna have to be more specific.

Tucker: Uh, audra thwarting your blackmail attempts and being busted by big daddy himself.

Adam: Yeah, uh, you– well, you can’t win them all, you know? Shouldn’t you get back to celebrating the fact that you fooled ashley into thinking you were a changed man?

Tucker: My friend, my whole world is a celebration. Everything. It’s just– everything’s coming up roses. You, on the other hand.

Adam: You know I still have those emails, so maybe I will let that evidence slip out just to wipe that smile off your face.

Tucker: I don’t think you’d be that foolish.

Adam: You think? I mean, I’m a screw up and I always will be, right? You ever think about that?

Tucker: No, no, the negative press would not be good for a company you now own. And nick and sharon would be none too pleased and that would, uh– it would put you in even less good favor with your old man than you already are, don’t you think?

Adam: I’m pretty confident sna would survive, but you probably wouldn’t and that would be totally worth the risk.

Billy: Gentlemen. Hey. What’s going on?

Ashley: You’re still so protective of billy. You’re not having any regrets that things didn’t work out for you two, are you?

Victoria: Billy and i have both moved on. Things have happened that we can’t come back from.

Ashley: Well, I’m kind of sad that things didn’t work out for you. I mean, I know you and I haven’t always gotten along, but I thought you were kind of good for billy.

Victoria: I don’t have any regrets at all. We’re better off apart. That way we can focus on what’s really important, johnny and katie.

Ashley: Hm, well, you know how life is. Who knows, right? You might see things differently down the line.

Victoria: Would you be straight with me? Is billy involved in something that has to do with your departure from jabot?

Ashley: [ Laughs ] What is with you today? You just said that you had let him go and moved on.

Victoria: Yeah, billy and i are not together anymore, but we share children. I care about him just like I know he cares about me, and if he’s involved, if he’s in some kind of trouble, I’d like to know about it.

Ashley: Everything is going to be okay for billy, all right? He’s okay, I’m okay, we are all okay. And, um, it’s been a lot of fun but, um, I gotta go.

Adam: Well, you can always count on billy to stick his nose in where it doesn’t belong.

Billy: [ Laughs ] Well, some would say I’m reliable that way. So, is anyone gonna answer me? What’s going on?

Adam: He was just giving me a hard time about how I’m choosing to run his company.

Tucker: Hm, yeah, that’s what’s going on.

[ Tucker chuckles ] All right. Night, guys.

Billy: Night, tucker.

[ Billy sighs ] Glad I ran into you, actually.

Adam: Yeah?

Tucker: Um, how are chelsea and connor? You talk to them?

Adam: Yeah, I’ve been in contact with chelsea. I was gonna call my son when I got home, but they did have a successful visit at the therapeutic school that connor found.

Billy: Good. I’m happy to hear that.

Adam: Yeah. There was an immediate opening, so they did decide to stay. They’re already getting settled in at anita’S.

Billy: That’s great. I will, uh, I’ll reach out to her in the morning.

Adam: I’m sure she would like that.

Billy: Look, I, uh, I’m sorry about all of this stuff that’s going on with conor and I’m glad he’s getting the help that he needs, but I can only imagine how difficult this must be for you.

Adam: Well, thanks. Although I’m sure your concern is only partially sincere.

Billy: What do you mean by that?

Adam: Well, you’re trying to put me at ease because you want to fish for information about tucker. That’s what you’re really after, right?

Nate: If I offended you, I– I’m sorry. I didn’t mean to overstep by questioning your motives.

Victor: You didn’t overstep at all. Hi, son.

Nick: Hello. Sorry if I’m intruding.

Victor: Nate was just on his way out.

Nate: Thank you, victor.

Victor: Thank you. You have a good night.

Nate: Good night.

Nick: What was that about?

Victor: I invited nate to give me his perspective on the sna business plan.

Nick: Why would you do that? Is this about adam? Is he on the chopping block again? Are you thinking about replacing adam with nate? Because if that’s the case, I will not work alongside that guy. With moderate to severe plaque psoriasis,

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Ashley: Hi.

Tucker: Hey.

Ashley: What is it? What’s wrong?

Billy: Well, I’m really sorry that you feel that way, adam. Honestly, I have no idea what you’re talking about. I’m not working with tucker. I don’t know if you know this, but we don’t like each other all that much.

Adam: Yeah, well, I suspect that you dislike diane more. You know, the enemy of my enemy and all that. It can’t sit well with you that jack went ahead and married her.

Billy: Jack knows how the family feels about diane and he’s choosing not to listen to our opinions, so it’s not worth the fight.

Adam: I’m not just talking about her place in the family. I mean, don’t you think it’s crossed jack’s mind to replace you with diane as co-ceo?

Billy: No.

Adam: The idea is appealing enough that it probably crossed jack’s mind. Diane and jack abbott, side by side running jabot and that would be a slap in the face to you and you’d be on the outside of the family.

Billy: Jeez, man, remind me to never show you any compassion again.

Adam: I’m showing concern right now.

Billy: Adam, you don’t have a concerned bone in your body or a trusting one. I mean, you see the world through this web of deception and that’s how you– you see life now. That’s how you see everyone.

Adam: Okay. Now, I know you’re fishing for information about tucker.

Billy: Okay, let’s play this little game then. Okay, so let’s just say I am, hypothetically. What does that matter to you?

Adam: I would say that I might have information that tucker would never want revealed, the details of which that would knock him down a few notches.

Billy: Everybody’s gotten an opinion or information on tucker. What makes yours any different?

Adam: It is the damaging gun. And, hypothetically speaking, I might be willing to sell it to somebody if they could do me a favor.

Billy: Well, I’d be surprised if that information was so damning that it would get under your skin in that way.

Adam: Well, then I guess we’re out of hypotheticals, but if you ever want to have this conversation again, I’m around, billy.

Victor: For your information, no one is on the chopping block, all right? I was simply looking for another perspective.

Nick: But why go to nate for that? His view on sna is completely irrelevant.

Victor: He made some very good points. He thinks that kirsten incorporated will be obsolete within ten years.

Nick: Yes, sharon and i have talked about that at great length. We are prepared to update anything that is antiquated, but it is a non-issue. If you had some concerns about that, you should have come to us. Why would you need to go to nate for his take on the business plan?

Victor: Your views of nate hastings are clouding your judgment.

Nick: I know you too well. There’s something else at play here. Is it adam? Is it me? Are you questioning my work? Or sharon’s?

Victor: His evaluation of your company with sharon and adam was right on. I agree with his assessment.

Nick: Oh, he plays the game well, I’ll admit that, but do not fall for his calm demeanor or business savvy. At the end of the day, he will stab any one of us in the back to get ahead, including victoria.

Victoria: Billy. Hi. It’s me. Um, I’m hoping that we can get together tomorrow morning to discuss something. It’s about your family. So, just let me know, please. Thanks.

Nate: You seem concerned. Is everything all right?

Victoria: Yeah, there just seems to be some trouble brewing over a jabot and billy might get caught in the middle.

Nate: It’s nice of you to be so caring towards your ex. Are you gonna worry about me that way if we, uh, ever break up?

Victoria: It’s hardly the same thing and you know it.

Nate: I’m sorry. Um… I didn’t mean to upset you, especially now that you’ve agreed to forgive and trust me again.

Victoria: Um… I apologize for snapping. It’s not you. I just– I had this really odd and disconcerting encounter with ashley abbott.

Nate: I’m sorry it upset you.

[ Victoria sighing ]

Victoria: And also, I’m– it’s been a long day. I’m just tired. I want to go home and take a nice long, hot bath and have a big glass of wine and unwind before bed.

Nate: That sounds fantastic. I wish I could join you, but I get the sense that we’re not at the stage where you’re ready to have me at your actual home.

[ Victoria sighing ]

Victoria: I appreciate you understanding.

Nate: If you don’t mind, may I alter your plans slightly by adding dinner beforehand?

Victoria: That sounds lovely. I see that you are in a good mood. I assume that has something to do with your meeting with my father?

Nate: Honestly, I don’t know how I feel. It was either the best meeting or the worst. I can’t figure out what he’s up to.

Victor: Hello, sharon.

Sharon: Hello. I got here as soon as I could. What’s going on?

Nick: I have no idea, but I have a suspicion this has something to do with nate.

Victor: Hello, son.

Adam: What’s going on?

Victor: Thank you all for coming on such short notice, but I have some thoughts about your new company and some changes will be made.

Tucker: I’m fine. I’m excited because we’re gearing up to cut the ties of the bind. Make a fresh start. Right? How are you?

Ashley: I’m okay. I mean, I had a weird conversation with victoria. Kind of got me thinking about our future and things.

Tucker: Not second thoughts, I hope.

Ashley: No, I mean, I love you, you know that. And I know my brain is telling me that it’s the right thing to do to step away from jabot and let diane and jack think that I’m through with them and the company.

Tucker: I thought you were through with them. I thought it was live and let live, is that not the plan now? I thought we were going to focus on us. Am I sensing hesitation here?

Ashley: It’s just not that easy, you know, when I’m staring at it in the face now. It’s right there. It’s my family. You know I know my father’s company. I’ve spent months trying to protect them from diane, you know?

Tucker: Right. And where has that gotten you?

Ashley: Just listen, okay? Please. Okay, so if I back away from this battle and I leave billy here to fight the whole thing on his own, right, he’s gonna push diane to the point where the company collapses. Doesn’t that seem kind of ruthless to you? I mean, if I’m capable of doing something like that, then hasn’t diane beaten me? I can’t let her win.

[ Tucker scoffs softly ]

Billy: Jack?

Jack: Hey.

Billy: Hey, thanks for getting back to my text. This can’t wait.

Jack: So, what happened? The text said you saw tucker?

Billy: I did, yeah. I wanted to check in and, you know, get the status of what his and ashley’s plans are for jabot.

[ Billy sighs deeply ] It seems like their surrender is real. Sounds like they’re giving up the fight.

Jack: Do you believe him?

Billy: I believe that tucker wants to move on, yeah, but I– I don’t buy that ashley does. I just– I think that the family company is too important to her.

Jack: I can’t help but wonder if this is another diversion, an effort on their part to put us at ease before the next onslaught.

Billy: It feels like there’s something else coming, yeah. I also picked up on something between adam and tucker.

Jack: What, a collusion?

Billy: More like a conflict. I– I walked in on them having a heated discussion and, uh, when I pushed adam on it, he says he has information on tucker, the kind of information that tucker wants to keep secret.

Jack: Wait, why would adam reveal that to you?

Billy: He wants to trade it for something else. (Wheezing)

Tucker: But diane is not going to win. You know that and I know that and she won’t need your help to lose. She won’t need billy’s help. Why is this still an issue?

Ashley: You know how important this is to me. We’re talking about my father’s legacy.

Tucker: Yes, I know, but I thought you were… I thought we agreed you were not going to try to fight a useless, unwinnable war. How many times do I have to tell you this, ashley? You don’t need jabot, you don’t need jack.

Ashley: I’m walking away from my family, tucker.

Tucker: I’m your family, too! And this obsession you have with jack and diane and jabot, it’s– it has for months gotten in the way of us.

Ashley: Yeah, I don’t like it when you– you label this as an obsession that I have.

Tucker: Well, I don’t know what else to call it. I don’t understand. A couple of days ago you were– all you wanted to do was walk away.

Ashley: Okay, but you know what? If we can’t talk about this as a couple, then what do we have? Where are we exactly if we can’t talk to each other about this?

Tucker: You’re right. I’m sorry. I know how difficult this is for you. You know, I applaud your strength, really. I marvel at it. But I just wish you could take some of it and direct it our way.

[ Tucker sighing ] I just wish you could focus on us a little bit, and just let everything else take care of itself. And it will. I swear.

Jack: So, what does adam want from us? What is it he thinks we have?

Billy: I don’t know. It’s adam, so I’m gonna assume that he’s playing games.

Jack: I sense there’s more to it.

Billy: Look, I’m concerned about what ashley and tucker are up to, okay? And now my opportunity to find out what that is from the inside, that door has been slammed shut.

Jack: You think they’re onto our charade? Maybe they just don’t trust you anymore?

Billy: No, I don’t think that’s what it is. I think I’ve played my part perfectly. It was that moment that you gave ashley her part of the company. That’s what threw the game off kilter.

Jack: Or maybe that put the brakes on everything. Yeah. Even the score. That’s what ashley wanted all along. Now that she has it, we can all move on with our lives and this messy war.

Billy: Yeah. I guess so.

Jack: You don’t seem too pleased with that. Why is that? It’s almost like you’re disappointed that we won’t have this battle to fight anymore.

Nate: I gave victor my assessment of sna. I pointed out the weaknesses in the business plan, mostly stemming from adam’s obsessive focus on taking back newman media and that’s really all about getting back at you.

Victoria: Adam’s capacity for revenge is never ending. It’s one of his greatest failings. Did my father agree with you?

Nate: Victor seemed very interested in my opinions. He even went so far as to ask me how I would handle things if I were in charge.

Victoria: Well, he wouldn’t have asked you that question if he wasn’t entertaining the possibility or had some other angle. I think my father definitely has a plan that involves you, one that might take you away from working at newman enterprises.

Nate: Away from you.

Victoria: Which I will not condone.

Nate: Do you think he’s considering putting me in charge of sna?

Victoria: Hm. I wouldn’t dream quite so big. More than likely, he wants to replace adam with you, which would put you on an equal level with nick and sharon.

Nate: I don’t know. I get the feeling that victor’s starting to believe there’s too many cooks in the kitchen over there.

[ Victoria chuckling ] That the company needs a strong, singular leader.

Victoria: Yes, but it’s unlikely that he would offer that title to you.

Nate: But what if he did? If victor were to offer me the sole position, would you try to block the move?

Victoria: You know, if I didn’t know better, I would think that maybe you’re trying to play me for a promotion here.

Victor: My first instinct was to watch your newly developed company perform.

Adam: Mm-hmm. You’ve given us three months to do that.

Victor: That is true. I’ve changed my mind. We’re going with your plan. We’re going to fold sna into newman media.

Adam: [ Laughs ] Now– now that you’ve considered it, my idea was a good one?

Victor: That’s right.

Adam: Hmm. [ Clears throat ] Dad, um, it’s never that simple with you. I mean, after the hell that you rain down on me, I don’t believe that you just changed your mind because I said so. So, what really changed your mind, dad?

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