Young & The Restless Transcript
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Tucker: Done. The first million has been deposited into your account. The second million will be deposited upon completion of your end of the deal. You don’t trust me?
Phyllis: I’m confirming the deposit. I would do that with any business transaction. By the way, our agreement was two million plus an extra 200,000.
Tucker: Right. Which will be deposited upon completion.
Phyllis: No, you just deposited a million. Our agreement was half now the other half later. So, you owe me 100,000.
Tucker: I can’t tell if I’m offended or impressed.
Phyllis: Don’t be offended.
Tucker: No, of course not. There. 100k deposit. Gee, whatever happened to honor among–
Phyllis: Thieves. It’s thieves. Are you planning to steal from billy?
Tucker: No, no, nothing so crass. Scout’s honor.
Phyllis: Well, it’s there. Let’s go.
Tucker: Giddy up. Ugh.
Billy: If this is about my conversation with devon, you made your feelings clear already.
Jack: Yes, you did too when you walked out in the middle of our conversation.
Billy: I didn’t think it was such a big deal. Yet you refused to trust me.
Jack: I merely disagreed with you, billy, and that’s what you remember? I don’t trust you.
Billy: You make that part very clear every day without actually saying anything. The expectation that I’m going to fall to pieces and you’re gonna have to clean up the mess.
Jack: You know what I think this is about? I think this is about the offer that tucker and ashley made you when they were coming after jabot. It was very enticing and you were tempted.
Billy: Jack, I already admitted that. For a fraction of a second, I was enticed by that offer. So much for being honest.
Jack: But when ashley decided she couldn’t turn her back on her family, that ended the threat of ashley and tucker coming after us. It also ended your chance to be solely in charge of their stolen company. And I think a part of you, the aggrieved, competitive little brother felt cheated and that’s why you’re angry.
Billy: Can we skip the analysis, please, and just get to the point?
Jack: I don’t think this is working, billy. I was debating on whether to come over here. You looked like you were in the zone.
Sally: Well, my business plan can survive a moment of distraction.
Adam: How’s it coming along?
Sally: I feel pretty good about it.
Adam: Well, once you get it in shape, I’d love to take a look at it. I could be a fresh set of eyes, it’s one of the few things I excel at.
Sally: I will keep that in mind.
Adam: Look, I, uh, I want to apologize about last night. I offered to walk you to your room and then…
Sally: I thought we were gonna pretend it never happened.
Adam: Uh, I tried, but it’s not working very well. I hate that I put you in that awkward position. But I would be lying if I said I’m sorry that I kissed you. I can’t stop thinking about it. Oh, hello! Hi!
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Sally: Look, it felt like real progress last night, okay? That we were able to hang out and just be normal, without all the tension.
Adam: I agree.
Sally: Okay, so then let’s not make it more than it was.
Adam: Okay. I’m– I’m just being honest.
Sally: I know. And I also don’t want you telling me all the reasons why we should be together and just claiming that you’re just speaking your truth.
Adam: Okay, that is not what this is.
Adam: Look, I’ve made a big deal about how I wanna live differently, without all the games. I want to get back to the basics. I wanna put in the work that it requires, okay? This is me walking the walk or at least trying to.
Sally: By telling me that you can’t stop thinking about kissing me.
Adam: Right, look, if I had pretended like it didn’t affect me, that wouldn’t fly. All right, you know me too well. It would be an act that you’d see right through. And if I said nothing about it, you would have been worried what’s really going on inside my head.
Sally: I– I– I think you’re overthinking this.
Adam: Look, when I tell people that I’m determined to live in a more authentic way, everybody gets suspicious or they just immediately dismiss the idea, or they laugh. Okay? Nobody believes it.
Sally: Since when do you care what other people think?
Adam: See, that is the point. If I’m really gonna make this change, I have to stay on track and I have to ignore those reactions. Like the one you just had.
Sally: I didn’t laugh or dismiss you.
Adam: Yeah, you kinda did. You assumed that I was putting on a front instead of just telling you the simple truth. I loved kissing you again and how it felt. It reminded me how good we are together. And for a moment there, I thought you may have been reminded as well.
Tucker: It shouldn’t take too long, right? Someone of your skill to hack into billy’s bank accounts?
Phyllis: Well, I’m routing this hack through various different locations as a precaution. I don’t want it to be traced to the building in which we both live.
Tucker: That would not be good.
Phyllis: You know, I think I need to go to a public place.
Tucker: A public place where everyone can see your screen?
Phyllis: I’m discreet.
Tucker: Yes, I’m sure you are, but unfortunately I’m not gonna be able to let you out of my sight until you finish.
Phyllis: What? You don’t trust me. I’m– I’m serious. Really, you don’t trust me?
Tucker: I’m simply handling this the way I might any business transaction.
Phyllis: I need that other million. You know that. I need to pay off this insurance debt.
Tucker: Yes, I know. Dying proved very costly for you.
Phyllis: I can’t afford not to hold up my end of the deal.
Tucker: I do have one concern, phyllis. I just want to make sure you don’t leave some kind of back door open. You know, some kind of digital trail that could lead back to me in case billy catches on to this.
Phyllis: I’d never do something like that. I’m too good. Billy will never know that anybody had access to his account.
Tucker: Well, my plan is a little more complicated than that.
Phyllis: What does that mean?
Tucker: You’re not only hacking into billy’s accounts.
Billy: So, when you say that things aren’t working out, I assume you’re talking about jabot. This is your excuse to fire me now?
Jack: We. You ignored everything we talked about and went straight to devon.
Billy: I used a little free will and you got all pissed off about it. I didn’t say anything about tucker to devon that he didn’t already hear from abby.
Jack: That is not the point.
Billy: Hold on a second. Okay, this is gonna be common knowledge very soon that tucker is back in town when he’s supposed to be on his honeymoon. Except he went ballistic on ashley and she kicked him to the curb.
Jack: We don’t know that that’s the whole story.
Billy: Now, you’re taking tucker’s word over our sisters, jack? Okay, look, hold–. The only thing I did was give devon a friendly warning to be careful of tucker’s spin.
Jack: After I was very clear to you I did not want to involve devon that way. Next time I saw you, you were with him working behind my back and then you were so cavalier.
Billy: Because all I was doing was telling the truth and keeping tucker at bay is best for everyone.
Jack: That is not the issue.
Billy: No, you’re right, jack. Protecting our family company is the issue. And I’m sorry if I feel a little pissed off right now, but don’t get excited. It’s not because of a sibling rivalry or me feeling cheated. It’s because I’m the co-ceo and I can’t do my job!
Jack: We are supposed to be working together.
Billy: Right. But we’re gonna bump heads a little bit. Yet you’re so quick to cut me off because I don’t agree with you because I don’t take your word as law?
Jack: The decisions I make are for the good of our family company.
Billy: Well, guess who’s coming after that family company? Tucker mccall, that is guaranteed. And after ashley pulled the 180 in paris, you think he’s gonna be pretty pissed off and vindictive about it?
Jack: Yes, I am aware.
Billy: Right. So, you gotta be careful, jack, about throwing your one ally overboard. Especially when that ally has the ammunition to stop tucker in his tracks. Imagine if you could get ahead of your ibs-C…
Jack: Wow, that is some little nugget you just dropped. You have information that could stop tucker and yet I’ve never heard a word of it. This is no time to play games, billy.
Billy: I have access to information that could be very damaging to tucker. What part of that sounds like a game?
Jack: The timing.
Billy: Right, because you were just about to fire me over trust issues.
Jack: This would be a great opportunity for you to show you are acting in good faith, if indeed what you’re telling me is true.
Billy: You know, jack, I think you’re right. I don’t think things are working out for me here at jabot. I should take my energy somewhere else.
Jack: You would not be that petty.
Billy: Tell that to the aggrieved, competitive little brother.
Jack: If you have information that could stop tucker from harming our company, you owe it to the entire family and to dad’s legacy to let me know what it is.
Billy: Jack, you’re getting a little desperate, you’re resorting to emotional blackmail.
Jack: You are just reaffirming every concern I have about your state of mind and your motives.
Billy: Oh, so it’s my fault that we’re in this place.
Jack: People make choices, choices come with consequences. That’s true for everyone. You have a choice now.
Billy: To share the information with you that could protect the company, right?
Jack: That would be the right move. The good choice.
Billy: The good choice, for you. For jabot.
Jack: Wait, that’s your answer?
Billy: No, that’s not my answer. I do want to use the information to protect jabot, but I also think it’s in my best interest to leverage it to keep my job.
Phyllis: Wait a second, I’m giving you what you want. You– you wanted access to billy’s account and that’s what I’m doing. I mean, whatever you want to do with it, that’s on you. I have nothing to do with that and that’s it.
Tucker: No, the million dollars plus I’ve already deposited into your account says otherwise.
Phyllis: No, no, no, I’m giving you what you wanted, what you asked for.
Tucker: I haven’t told you everything I want.
Phyllis: You can’t just change the terms of our agreement.
Tucker: You took the money, phyllis. And you need that other half, don’t you? So you’re in it, man. It is too late to go back now. I can absolutely change the deal, unless you’d like to refund me the million. Call the whole thing off. Plus the 100k.
Phyllis: Oh, wow. You’re a bastard.
Tucker: I know.
Phyllis: This is so dirty.
Tucker: Yeah, you should’ve seen it coming. You should’ve seen the bigger picture, unless perhaps you were scheming your own little dirty plan. Maybe take all my money and leave me hanging out to dry.
Phyllis: What are you planning to do? Tell me.
Tucker: You’re going to hack into jabot’s corporate checking account and make a sizable transfer from it.
Phyllis: Into billy’s account?
Tucker: Very good. See, devious minds do think alike.
Phyllis: You’re gonna make it look like billy is stealing from his family company.
Tucker: And then, the fun begins.
Adam: No, I’m good. Thank you.
Sally: Thanks. Look, about this new and improved you, all honest and authentic…
Adam: No, look, come on. It’s a work in progress.
Sally: If you feel compelled to share your feelings, that’s one thing. But when you start making assumptions about mine, you’ve crossed a line.
Adam: Okay. I can understand why you feel that way.
Sally: Okay, so when in doubt, just say less.
Adam: Got it. I just– I sensed something when we kissed.
Sally: Look, it doesn’t matter whether or not I was reminded of how things used to be because it has nothing to do with where we are now.
Sally: Okay. Because it’s like I keep having to remind you that I am with nick. I have moved on. I’m starting a business and– and you…
Adam: Should say less, yes
Sally: You are starting your career over again from the bottom. You’re trying to impress your family, trying to prove yourself to your father. It’s not gonna be easy.
Adam: Well, I’m taking it one day at a time.
Sally: You said so yourself, people don’t trust this sudden desire for you to recreate yourself.
Adam: Well, I– I will continue to maintain modest expectations.
Sally: Neither of us has time for this mess.
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Sally: You’re doing it again. You’re reading into things.
Adam: I just made an observation.
Sally: Okay, well, whatever you observed wasn’t there. Okay? And– and I never implied what you implied.
Adam: What? That we would be a mess.
Sally: Okay. Well, yes, that. But I mean, as far as me wanting the mess and it just being an inconvenience, that’s you.
Adam: You’re right.
Sally: And I don’t mean you as in you making an observation. You as in wishful thinking.
Adam: No, I said that you are right.
Adam: But, I just…
Adam: Sally, there was a whole future laid out for us. We were gonna be parents to a little girl and everything that goes along with that. I mean, the joy and the hope, the first everything and she was taken away from us, but the feelings are still swirling around in there.
Sally: I know. I– I– I get it. That– yeah, the loss. It’s there every day.
Adam: Yeah, but it’s the feelings about you too. It’s like– it’s like I keep holding on to this thread of hope and I can’t let it go.
Sally: Hope for what exactly? I mean, what is it that you want? Do you even know?
Adam: Of course, I know. I– I want you to wake up one day. I want you to come to me and say, “I may love nick, but I’m still in love with you.”
Billy: You know, this conversation started with you telling me that this wasn’t working out, so I think it’s best that I consider my interests.
Jack: You’re not fired, billy.
Billy: Wow. You really want that dirt on tucker, don’t you?
Jack: No, I want to get us out of this cycle. The back and forth, constantly questioning and doubting each other. It’s leading us in a downward spiral.
Billy: Okay, so what do you suggest?
Jack: That we listen to each other. That we stop just reacting.
Billy: That’s a little difficult for me because I constantly feel like the other shoe is about to drop.
Jack: I don’t like it any better than you do. I thought we were going to be working together. If we agree on something for the good of the company, I can’t be worried about you going behind my back to do exactly the opposite of what we discussed.
Billy: You know, what? Starting now, I will be more considerate and less reactive.
Jack: That’s all I want, billy. Look, if we can’t be honest, if we can’t compromise, we can never have a partnership.
Billy: Okay. Well, if we’re being honest, I don’t think you’ll ever see me as a true partner.
Jack: Wait, I have given you every opportunity.
Billy: See that right there, jack. It’s you giving me the opportunity. You in control. You saying yes, no, continue. Whatever it is. One finger on the kill switch. Always expecting me to fail.
Jack: No, always hoping you will get out of your own damn way!
Phyllis: I’m very uncomfortable taking it to this extreme. I’m very uncomfortable.
Tucker: That’s okay with me. I’m comfortable with your discomfort.
Phyllis: But you know what? The only reason I’m doing this is because of jeremy stark because he stole money from my insurance company. I have to pay ’em back now.
Tucker: Yes. And this is a means to that end.
Phyllis: What? By screwing billy over? What? Why? I– I can’t do it. I– I, I’m trying to be a better person.
Tucker: I know. That’s great.
Phyllis: I promised my kids, tucker.
Tucker: Oh, that’s fantastic. I wonder why you’re trying to accomplish that, if you could find a better way to get billy out of the way. You know he’s dipped his hand into the candy jar before. This just shows a pattern. He can’t help himself.
Phyllis: I don’t understand this. It was jack and diane who took issue with you and ashley, not billy. Why do you have a problem with billy?
Tucker: I don’t have a problem with billy personally. I like him. He just happens to be in a position to help me achieve my final objective.
Phyllis: Which is? ‘Cause you’re not sharing it with me.
Tucker: That’s correct. Now, can we get back to work? Phyllis, tick tock, tick tock.
Phyllis: No, I’m not doing it. Want your clothes to smell freshly
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Tucker: Phyllis, did you actually believe I only wanted to take a little peek at billy’s bank account and nothing more?
Phyllis: I mean, I didn’t know. I kept on asking you what you were doing and you wouldn’t tell me.
Tucker: But you knew I was targeting billy, didn’t you? It must have occurred to you that this was not gonna end well for him. And yet, here you are. You showed up with your shiny new untraceable laptop, all ready to go.
Phyllis: I didn’t think that you were going to set him up for embezzlement. I didn’t think that. I mean, diane, sure, of course. Jack, yeah, but billy? He hasn’t done anything to deserve this.
Tucker: He has, he has embezzled from jabot.
Phyllis: Well, a long time ago. You were on some mountain somewhere when that happened.
Tucker: Right. And he was forgiven. He was welcomed back into the fold just like after all his other massive screwups. Hey, when has anyone ever made your life easy, ever? So, what do you care if billy gets accused of something that’s totally in character for him?
Phyllis: He’s worked so hard on himself, that’s all. He’s worked so hard to change.
Tucker: Mm-mm, no. That’s not what I hear. I hear he’s the same old billy. I hear it’s just a matter of time before he backslides and pulls something like this anyway.
Phyllis: Well, people could say the same thing about me.
Tucker: Well, imagine billy is backed into a corner like the one you find yourself in. Do you think he would hesitate for a second to throw you under the bus? You’re close, phyllis. You’re so close to getting out from under this massive debt you found yourself in. Thanks to me. And while I appreciate your desire for self-improvement, I would appreciate further if you didn’t do it on my time. Okay? So… you really want to piss me off at this point? Okay.
Phyllis: You’re hovering.
Tucker: Just pretend I’m not here.
Phyllis: Well, I can’T. You’re breathing on my neck.
Tucker: Yeah, well, that’s a good exercise for you. I want you to breathe phyllis, deeply. And I want you to– to be aware of all the– the chatter and all the obstacles that life has continually been throwing at you. And I want you to find your center and I want you to find it way down in your– your root chakra. There you are. Good. Good. Ah, you and billy and jack, huh? What a mess you got into there!
Phyllis: Okay. I’m just gonna focus.
Tucker: Consider this a meditation. By the way, I really admire how you’ve managed the abbott brothers. Kept them in your corner. Oh, you did make things particularly hard for yourself this time, didn’t you? What you put diane through?
Phyllis: Not really listening to you.
Tucker: Say, did you ever find a way to smooth things over with jack?
Phyllis: Oh, crap.
Phyllis: I hit a firewall. I can’t get around it.
Tucker: Or you’re stalling?
Jack: Billy, this is what worries me most. That you will lose track of who your real friends are. The people who actually have your back.
Billy: It sure feels like I’ve been on my own a lot lately.
Jack: Oh, I have been frustrated. I know that. I– I have been worried about you, but I’ve been honest about that. That’s what real friends do. They don’t just tell you what you want to hear.
Billy: Well, it would be nice to not be viewed as disposable.
Jack: Disposable? I have enormous respect for your skills, your talents, your brilliant creative process. I have always wanted you to shine and I’ve given you every opportunity.
Billy: See, right there. Sounds like you’re doing me a favor.
Jack: Okay. Then– then– then let me say that differently. I have given you this latest opportunity and you have made the very most of it. You have accomplished amazing things since you took over as co-ceo. We just managed a serious potential threat working together. Now, tucker appears to be coming after us on his own and you claim to have information that might stop him. I’m asking for your help.
Billy: I don’t have the information. Adam does. And he knows how important it is to us.
Jack: And how do we know this is legitimate?
Billy: I saw tucker and adam arguing a few weeks ago. It seemed pretty intense. Tucker usually has a pretty good poker face, but this was getting under his skin. He wasn’t his usual pithy self.
Jack: And I assume you discussed this argument with adam?
Billy: He came to me and said that he has damaging information on tucker and he’s willing to share it.
Jack: For a price?
Billy: Of course, for a price. It’s adam. He’s not gonna do anything that doesn’t benefit him. Look, jack, if you’re serious about working together to protect the company…
Jack: Of course, I am. I meant everything I just said.
Billy: Well then, given my history with adam, I don’t like the– the odds of my success. He’s gonna make it personal. He’s gonna play games and I don’t want this to go sideways. I think you should be the one to negotiate with adam. Febreze!
Sally: I– I– I don’t know what I’m supposed to do with that statement. I– I–
Adam: I– I– I don’t expect you to do anything, sally. You asked me what I wanted and I told you.
Sally: Mm-hmm. In the spirit of honesty and transparency.
Sally: That you– that you just want me to just leave nick, forget about everything that we have and choose you.
Adam: That is my hope. Everything that I felt when I kissed you again is that the decision is already made.
Sally: What? It’s just a matter of admitting it, based on… based on what? I mean, do you think I have this secret longing?
Adam: I– I– I didn’t want to get involved with you, sally. In the beginning, I wanted to keep things strictly business. But even then there– there was something. I mean, I– I– I found myself bringing you roses or finding excuses just to show up in the same room as you, and then you started to do the same thing. I mean, are you going to say that I imagined all of that?
Adam: And then, in tuscany? You remember.
Sally: Yeah, of course, I do. But–
Adam: When you convinced victoria to wear your dress that you designed, you were flying high on that achievement in that beautiful romantic place and then I kissed you, but I wouldn’t let it go any further. And not because I didn’t want it to or because I’m some– some perfect gentleman. It’s because I knew that it had to be more than just the two of us giving into a moment.
Sally: Look, I’m not denying that we had good times or that we loved each other. But I mean, things have changed. We changed.
Adam: And then, we went through a hurt and a loss that no two people should ever have to experience and that changed the way that we see the world. I mean, it changed the way that we looked at our own life. But as far as us… from the beginning, I mean, through all of it, it’s felt destined. All right, look. I’m– I’m sorry. I’ve said way more than I meant to say.
Sally: Look, I– I can’t keep doing this, okay? This might be your truth, but mine… mine is– is that your truth is just way too much for me.
Adam: Okay, look, the– the last thing that I want is for you to feel pressured in any way. Please note, that was not my intention. Just, I’m glad that we’re in a place where we can talk again.
Jack: It’s true I have a better relationship with adam than most.
Billy: Which I will never understand.
Jack: You know, it started as a mutually beneficial business arrangement, and over time, I think he came to think of me as a father figure, crazy as that sounds.
Billy: Not all that crazy when you consider the father he was saddled with. You know, I always thought your relationship with adam was just an excuse to get under victor’s skin.
Jack: Yeah, I think victor always felt the same way. And maybe at the beginning, it was true, but over time, I saw the damage that relationship had done to adam. The things that made him do and some part of me just wanted to minimize the damage.
Billy: You know, jack, you really do have a big heart and it’s really annoying in situations like this. I mean you gotta know that there’s a part of this that adam uses, right? To slap victor in the face with?
Jack: No, no, there’s more to it than that. There is. I’m connor’s godfather.
Billy: Say what you will.
Jack: All I’m saying is it’s complicated. And for the record, yes, I have a good relationship with adam, but that does not mean I completely trust him.
Billy: Well, I’m glad to hear that. So, do you think this is worth pursuing?
Jack: Billy, I am trying to trust you. I want to work together to build this company, to protect it from outside attacks. To carry it forward for the next generation.
Billy: This is our best shot. And look, adam is a son of a bitch, but he knows better not to sell us information that he doesn’t have. He doesn’t operate that way.
Jack: I’ll reach out to adam, see what I can find out. Hopefully, the information he has on tucker is as valuable as he claims.
Tucker: You know, you brag all the time that this is your superpower. The ability to move around cyberspace undetected. How can you not manage a simple task like hacking into a bank account?
Phyllis: It’s not for lack of trying.
Tucker: This is a bad time to develop a conscience, phyllis.
Phyllis: Oh, gosh. Can you just relax? You want a shot at this?
Tucker: I’m paying you, aren’t I?
Phyllis: Exactly. Not any moron off the street can do this. This is a specialty.
Tucker: Just don’t claim that this is beyond your ability and expect me to bail you out with the rest of the money.
Phyllis: I’m not trying–
Tucker: In fact, I’ll be wanting an immediate refund!
Phyllis: Okay. Do you want a shot at this? Do you want to try? Let me do it.
Tucker: Okay, I just wanted to make sure you were properly motivated.
Tucker: There what?
Phyllis: It’s done. Please move. Get out of my way and stop bugging me now.
Tucker: Okay, let’s see what we got here. Wow, billy’s doing well for himself. Although, I did expect to see a few more zeros. Probably recovering from all that gambling. Which works well for us.
Phyllis: For you.
Tucker: Don’t forget how much you’re benefiting from this, phyllis. Okay, onto jabot. Come on. Giddy up. You like that bone? I got a great price on iT. You see my tail when that chewy box showed up? Oh, I saw it. Sorry about the vase. Can we just say vase like normal people? Fine- I always wondered what it be like to have a tail. Maybe you did. One timE. Maybe a thousand years from now I’ll be tailless using that chewy app to get you great prices on treats. Pretty sure takes more than a thousand years- vase. Pets aren’t just pets they’re more. Vase! Shop and get a $30 egift card through october 1st. At chewy. That grimy film on your teeth?
Phyllis: Playing hooky?
Billy: Just grabbing a bite to eat before my next meeting. Um, hey, now that I got you here, I wanted to find out, how’s that venture going with nick and sharon? Are you still in the mix on that?
Phyllis: Uh. Oh, that– that seems to be up in the air.
Billy: Oh, okay. Well, I’m confident you’ll land on your feet.
Phyllis: Thank you.
Billy: You’re nothing, if not resourceful. Hey.
[ Sally sighing ]
[ Sally exhaling ]
Sally: Oh, nick. Hurry.
Adam: Jack. Hi.
Jack: I gather you were expecting to hear from me?
Adam: Uh, I wish I could say this was a surprise, but you’re right. I figured billy was smart enough to pass this along to you. Call in the big guns with so much at stake.
Jack: Can we meet?
Adam: Sure, jack. Let’s meet.