Young & The Restless Transcript
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Jack: Wow. You are a vision. How did I get so lucky?
Diane: You look at me like that and I start to blush. Wow, you’ve really outdone yourself, I can’t– I can’t wait to see what’s next.
Lily: What exactly are your intentions at chancellor-winters?
Jill: Yeah, actually, I’m pretty curious about that myself.
[ Mamie laughs ]
Mamie: Jill, jill, jill. Who but you would show up at a private party to which you were not invited? Well, I can’t really say that I’m that surprised, but, oh, how rude.
Jill: You see, it just– it all seemed a little wonky, this secret investor thing the way it played out, so I just had to come and see firsthand if it was indeed you, mamie, who bought into my company. And if so, why?
Mamie: Well, when this investment opportunity came to my attention, I just couldn’t refuse. Oh, come on, jill, it’s wonderful, isn’t it? To be able to support a successful business and to reconnect with my family?
Jill: Yeah, it’s just fabulous.
Mamie: Oh, it is. Look, I have an opportunity to be a strong presence in the life of my family again. Which is what I was just about to tell them when you flew in here.
Lily: Jill, I know that you two haven’t always gotten along, but we have missed aunt mamie so much.
Nate: It has been away too long since we’ve had her here. Video chats aren’t enough.
Mamie: Oh, my honeys. I’m really so happy to be able to connect with you too, being able to see you here, in person. Oh, come on, jill. Life is so fragile. I want to be with my family. I want to cheer them on, wanna watch them grow. We have to make up for the lost time, yeah?
[ All laughs ]
Jill: This is such a crock. There is something else going on underneath all this and I want to know what the hell it is.
Jill: Let’s be very clear here, mamie. There was no opportunity for you to invest in chancellor-winters. We weren’t looking for investors, you know. We were very happy as we are, right, devon, lily? Am I missing something here? Did we invite anyone in?
Devon: No, we did not.
Jill: So, it seems that this was a back alley deal. Something we should have been made aware of beforehand. And victor, god love victor. He was a silent, minority partner, who to my knowledge, had no desire at all to sell his stake to others and he certainly didn’t need the cash, so why? Why would he put up his stake for grabs?
[ Mamie chuckles ] Did you have any involvement in this?
Victoria: What? No. Absolutely not, I didn’t know until recently that my father was even interested in chancellor-winters. But that transaction wasn’t under my purview.
Abby: Me? No, no, no. I mean, everyone knows that I am totally out of the loop with everything happening at newman or any decision that my dad makes. It’s better that way, I think it makes life easier most of the time.
Jill: So why, mamie? Why all the secrecy, huh? Why the hand grenade disguised as a happy surprise?
Mamie: Oh, jill, you really love making something out of nothing. Like I made some kind of back alley deal.
Lily: Well, aunt mamie, you kind of have to admit, it was out of the blue. I mean, you were just here for the bicentennial gala. Why didn’t you tell us then that you had an interest in chancellor-winters or even right after that?
Mamie: Oh, sweetheart, I love it when you, all of you call me aunt mamie. I really miss being a regular part of your lives. I mean, isn’t that enough right there to explain all of this?
Devon: Sure, but you didn’t have to invest in the company to spend more time with us.
Nate: No one’s upset, aunt mamie. We’re all just surprised, but I think things are coming out a bit harsher than anyone means, right? It’s a loving gesture, you wanting to make the family close again. I think we can all appreciate that. We’ve been through a lot together this past year.
Devon: Yeah, we certainly have, and I can definitely appreciate you wanting to get the family together like this, but you need to know that he is not a part of chancellor-winters. He speaks for himself. He doesn’t speak for me and lily.
Lily: Yeah, devon is right. Because of nate, we are very wary of family making secret moves when it comes to the company.
Mamie: And that is exactly why I’m here. I want to make sure that we can put all of this animosity behind us. That is what drucilla and neil would want too. Life is just so short and it’s really precious. You know, love and family matter above all else. So, that’s why I’m here. Perhaps, I can help you to remember that.
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Diane: Thank you for this. This special moment, just the two of us.
Jack: I asked abby if I could pay to close the place tonight for a private party. I waited ’til she said yes before I told her it was a private party for two. The place is all ours.
Diane: It’s amazing. You’re amazing.
[ Soft jazz music playing ]
Jack: May I have this dance?
Diane: I would love to dance with you. I can’t believe I’m– I’m a little nervous about tomorrow.
Jack: Nervous? Really?
Diane: Yeah, I know it’s just the icing on the wedding cake, but still, I’ve got pre-wedding nerves even though we’ve been married months.
Jack: You know what? I think that’s a good thing.
Jack: Anticipation and nervousness and eagerness. I mean, I think it’s a great thing after everything we’ve been through.
Jack: And we have been through a lot, you and I.
Diane: Mm, I think back to those days when my life was so empty, and now, my days have purpose. But loving you feels like the most natural thing in the world, but I don’t know if I’ll ever get used to feeling so lucky. I mean, for– for so long, I– I don’t know, I felt like I didn’t deserve happiness. And now, this.
Jack: And now this.
Diane: And now this.
Jack: So, I’ve been thinking, what if we took it a step farther. What if we found someone to officiate our marriage at the beginning of the celebration? We could say our vows all over again.
Diane: Ah, jack, we don’t need to do that.
Jack: In front of our family and friends. I want them to know how committed we are. I want them to know this is for keeps.
Diane: Yeah, but the people who don’t support us might never be convinced.
Jack: So, you’re turning me down?
Jack: Okay. We will seize the day. We will share our love with everyone that’s gathered there.
Diane: All right. I’m on board, let’s do it.
[ Jack chuckles ]
Mamie: Jill, why is it that you only see shadows and secrets? I suppose that’s just how your mind thinks. But that’s not how the rest of us live our lives. This is my family that you’re in business with. You see the bottom line. I see love and togetherness. This is just not about you, honey.
Jill: Oh, lord, forgive me, mamie, but I know who you really are and I find it very hard not to doubt your motives.
Mamie: [ Laughs ] Okay. So, devon is correct. I didn’t have to make an investment in chancellor-winters in order to spend time with the people that I care about, but why not take advantage of a good business move at the same time?
Jill: Good choice of words. Boy, you really know about taking advantage, don’t you?
Mamie: Oh, no, you don’t wanna go down that road. I sit alongside john abbott all those years that he was building his business empire. I took good care of the abbott children.
Jill: You just stood alongside him? Sorry, honey, that wasn’t you.
Mamie: We have both grown and moved on since our time together at the abbott house. I think that john and mrs. Chancellor and your son, billy, would want us to have peace, not conflict. What do you think, victoria?
Victoria: Well, I– I know that the element of surprise might be unsettling, but ultimately, you are a part of the winters family and this is chancellor-winters.
Jill: Forgive me, victoria, but you have no skin in this game and I have a lifetime.
Mamie: And you want to spend the rest of what we have of our lifetimes bickering?
Jill: You never miss an opportunity to throw my words back at me. Some things never change.
Mamie: Some things never do. Like you thinking that your feelings are the only ones that count. Well, they aren’T.
[ Mamie sighs ] When I was here a few months back, I could see that lily and devon’s relationship had frayed. What do I do, do I lean in, do I help them, do I become the elder that they need to help them build the family legacy? Do what john would do.
Jill: Why do you keep bringing john into this? Oh, I get it. She does that to make me out to be the shrew who didn’t deserve him. This is not about john. It’s not about me, and spare me your heartfelt explanations. Start telling the truth, mamie, for god’s sake. Why? Why did you take over victor’s investment in chancellor-winters?
Mamie: Early on, victor told me about the threat of the company going public. I didn’t want to see that happen, particularly not when the family was so disconnected.
Lily: Well, we definitely appreciate that, but this recent development has caught us off guard.
Mamie: Whether I approached victor or he approached me, it doesn’t really matter.
Jill: The hell it doesn’T. You went to him. That means you were playing an angle. That means you have a goal in mind.
Mamie: And what goal would that be?
Jill: I have no idea. Maybe just to piss me off. Okay, let’s get down to brass tacks, okay? How much is it gonna take to buy you out?
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Mamie: My stake is not for sale, jill. It’s a sound investment.
Jill: Really? So, there’s no number that you would accept?
Mamie: No, actually, there isn’T. I have faith that lily and devon can take things to the next level at chancellor-winters.
Jill: Oh, well, I do too. We’re in agreement on that.
Mamie: I just want to further support their efforts and if that includes you, well then, so be it.
Jill: Wait a minute. Includes me? Includes me? I am the chancellor in chancellor-winters.
Mamie: Can we please stop talking about business tonight?
Abby: Yes, please. I am all for that.
Mamie: This evening is supposed to be a lovely reunion in a room that has meaning for all of us.
Lily: I agree. I think that dad would want us to enjoy being together and not let business get in the way.
Mamie: Amen, so let’s raise a glass and toast. To family, friends, and togetherness.
Nate: Hear, hear. Cheers.
Mamie: Thank you, nate.
Devon: Here’s the family.
Mamie: Jill, you are welcome to stay for the festivities, but you have got to stop going on about my intentions.
Lily: Jill, please stay. We have so much to be thankful for.
Jill: Wow, none of you really knows what’s going on here, do you?
Victoria: Uh, well, it certainly is a room full of big personalities.
Devon: And regardless, I am happy that we’re still a private company and we don’t have to answer to wall street or shareholders.
Lily: I’m just happy that we can all be together in person, especially with everything going on.
Jill: You know, I will stay because I have a very strong feeling that we’ve only heard part of the story.
[ Mamie sighs, laughs ]
Diane: I could stay like this all night.
Jack: We have to eat sometime and I did arrange for a pretty special, uh, pre-celebration dinner.
Diane: Hm. You take such good care of me, jack abbott.
Jack: You are my greatest source of joy.
Diane: To our love and to our family. So, do you think kyle will stand up with you tomorrow as your best man? He didn’t even bother to show up at our civil ceremony.
Jack: Oh, I think he was blindsided when we asked him on our way to the courthouse.
Diane: Well, tomorrow will be a surprise too, but I– I do want him next to you.
Jack: Well, I think he struggled with the concept then. Life was a little more complicated in those days.
Diane: Yeah, he was heartbroken about summer.
Jack: And he blamed me for his ouster from marchetti.
Diane: Well, you and I are making up for some past hurts. Do you think we can do the same with kyle?
Jack: Are we talking about healing his heart or are we talking about giving him back his old job?
Diane: We can’t heal his heart.
Jack: It’s not that easy, sweetheart. I can’t just cut billy loose to put kyle in his place. It would be mending one relationship by destroying another.
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Diane: I’m not asking you to choose between our son and your brother.
Jack: I know that was never your intention, but it is kind of the reality of the situation. Look, I love our son. I want to work with him. I want him involved in every abbott family enterprise as a third-generation abbott. But billy is also part of that abbott family legacy and it would be a big mistake to cut him loose for personal reasons right now.
Diane: But is it really just personal? Billy has done some questionable things in the past behind your back, things that have compromised the integrity of jabot and the family as a whole.
Jack: He has admitted to us that he was tempted by tucker’s offer that he run jabot on his own. But he didn’t give in. He did not get drawn into that. He held firm. Look, he’s made mistakes in the past, no question about it, but in the here and now, he is not to blame.
Diane: I know you’re loyal to your brother, but how strong is that loyalty to you? You just said that he considered looking out for his own best interests.
Jack: I’m not saying it wasn’t a possibility. I’m saying he didn’t cross that line.
[ Diane sighs ] Hey… this isn’t easy for me. I have to think this through.
Diane: How so?
Jack: Well, if I cut billy loose right now, there are serious ramifications. Not just inside the family or inside jabot, but from the outside world. The appearance of upheaval in the c-suite, the appearance that there is unsteady leadership. Honey, I have worked very hard on my relationship with billy. I think this has been good for us as brothers, good for billy and his self-image and good for his stability.
Diane: What do you mean “his stability?”
Jack: When billy feels isolated and abandoned, he goes to some pretty dark places.
Diane: Is he really that fragile?
Jack: No, not anymore. But I don’t want him thinking I lost faith in him.
Diane: But what about how much our son values your faith in him? You know how much your approval means to kyle?
Jack: I do. It’s a very delicate balance. And I use all of the values and principles that my father instilled in all of us to keep the abbott family legacy alive. Jabot has already been through a lot. We’ve had too many captains steering the jabot ship, not just dad and me, but jill and victor and…
Diane: Jill. [ Laughs ] She’s had a colorful past with the family and jabot.
Jack: And to be sure. And with mamie back in town, that past is all too present.
Diane: Mm-hmm. The two of them do have history.
Jack: Whatever issues the two of them had, well, most of them were settled years ago. I just pray they are able to let go of things now. How– how did– how did this happen? How– how did we make this pivot away from talking about us?
Jack: Our future together, our love. If our love and commitment are solid, we can conquer anything. I truly believe that. Let’s drink to that.
Jill: What do you two make of this mamie thing? And I promise you, I promise you, if you knew her like I knew her, you would be suspicious too.
Devon: Well, that’s the thing, jill, is we don’t really know her. Or I don’t know her as well as you do. So, it’s hard for me to have an opinion. I just don’t understand why she’s been so damn secretive.
Lily: Look, I get where you’re both coming from, but let’s not make tonight about that. I mean, we’re here, together, in person. The company is strong, it’s growing. Let’s just focus on that.
Devon: That’s fine with me. As long as we’re not at risk of an ipl, then I’m good.
Jill: But there are other issues though.
Lily: Jill, can you please try? Please? Let mamie feel like she’s a part of something bigger with her family and not a threat. I mean, she’s successful, she’s family and she’s not backing down. So, let’s just welcome her.
Jill: Okay, lily, but devon is right. You do not know the history, but okay. All right. I will just hold my tongue unless she comes after me. And then, you know–
Lily: I know. We know. We know.
Mamie: Victoria, I’m pleased to see that you and nate are working together. That’s a brilliant mind you have sitting next to you.
Nate: Oh, mamie. [ Laughs ]
Victoria: Oh, nate is a very impressive man.
Mamie: Mm-hmm. Growing up to follow in medicine like his mother and then branching out to start a path of his own. It takes a lot of grit. I’m proud of you.
Nate: [ Chuckles ] Thank you. That means a lot coming from you.
Mamie: And you may not be his son… but there’s a lot of neil that I see in you.
Victoria: Well, there is absolutely no question that his presence was felt here today.
Nate: That is for sure.
Victoria: Do you know my father adored neil? He was a fixture at the ranch and at newman enterprises and I– I have no doubt that he is very proud of your success at the company.
[ Phone ringing ]
[ Sighs ] I have to take this. Excuse me.
[ Nate sighs ]
Mamie: Well, I can see now that there’s more than a working relationship with your boss. It’s more than you told me when we had our last phone chat.
Nate: Okay, you can stop now, aunt mamie.
Mamie: Why would I do that?
Nate: [ Laughs ] Because I’m a grown man.
Abby: You know what? Um, I am gonna go so the two of you can chat.
Mamie: So, whatever happened to that doctor lady that I– you know, I got really good vibes from that young lady.
Nate: It didn’t work out.
Mamie: Uh-huh. And why didn’t it work out?
Nate: We weren’t growing in the same direction.
Mamie: Oh, and so– but you were growing in the direction of victoria.
Nate: Careful, aunt mamie.
Mamie: Uh-huh. And did this new direction happen after you broke up or was victoria the reason? What was that doctor’s name?
Mamie: Was victoria the reason why you and elena parted ways? Even when I was with the people I love,
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Nate: How victoria and i got involved is a story for another day, maybe, if you just listen and don’t pass judgment.
Mamie: Oh, you ask so much of me.
[ Nate laughs ]
Nate: It really is so good to have you back in genoa city. As you know, I don’t get to see my mom very often, so this is significant and meaningful to me, and all of us here.
Mamie: Mm. I think I hear a but coming on.
Nate: You always had great intuition. I do remember that as a kid.
Mamie: Thank you.
Nate: But yes, please try your best not to pry into our personal lives or cast judgment on any of us. Do you think you can stop yourself from crossing that boundary?
Mamie: Well, I apologize if I came off that way. I certainly don’t want to be seen or perceived of as a busybody. I just wanted to make sure that all of you are happy.
Nate: Well, I can only speak for myself, but I haven’t been this happy in a very long time.
Mamie: Oh, well, then I’m thrilled.
[ Nate chuckles ]
Devon: Sorry if I made you feel like I’ve abandoned you.
Abby: Ah, don’t be silly. This is a huge deal for your family. I know all about the dynamics and the drama.
Devon: Oh, thank you. I just still don’t understand why aunt mamie had to be so secretive about everything.
Abby: Hm. That’s fair.
Devon: It’s just like, especially if she just wanted to get the family together, why didn’t she call us? Tell us?
Abby: Oh, maybe she just wanted it to be a surprise. Is that so hard to believe? Does there have to be an ulterior motive?
Devon: Well, no, it doesn’T. But she could have just said, “hey, this is what I’m gonna do. What do you guys think?”
Abby: I think mamie is doing that tonight here. In her own way.
Jill: Mamie, I’ve really gotta hand it to you. You’ve come a long way from the abbott house.
Mamie: Um, well, thank you for the compliment. Although, I have a feeling that a sucker punch is coming.
Jill: No, not this evening. I mean, I know I’m right. I know you’re up to something because my radar has served me very well over the years, but I’ve decided to put my reservations aside and offer you congratulations.
Mamie: Well, now, that’s rather unheard of.
Jill: I know, but you have come a long way. I mean, you’ve managed to pull this whole thing off without any of us seeing it coming. And that takes some real smarts.
Mamie: I’ve always been smart and capable, jill. You just never liked me very much and so you couldn’t see it or accept it.
Jill: That is probably true.
[ Both laughing ] So, I don’t suppose it’s worth it if I ask you, just what is it you ultimately want?
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Daniel: Considering the fireworks that could have gone off, it sounds like it was actually a pretty peaceful and enjoyable evening.
Lily: Yeah. I mean, I’m really happy that aunt mamie found this new phase in her life and that her investments are doing well. I’m just– I’m so curious as to what led her here.
Daniel: Are you worried that jill’s right? That mamie has a hidden agenda?
Lily: I don’t want to be worried. [ Chuckles ]
Daniel: You know, as an outsider, it seems like jill’s making a bigger deal of this than it is.
Lily: Well, I mean, the mamie-jill rivalry goes pretty far back and I’m in the middle because mamie’s my family but I work for jill.
Daniel: But you don’t think there’s some secret hostile takeover going on, right? It– it’s a minor financial investment, which seems like that’s what mamie does these days.
Lily: Yeah. I don’t know. I guess so.
Daniel: Hey, come here.
Daniel: Yeah. [ Sighs ] Oh, gosh, that feels nice. Mm. It’s my specialty.
[ Lily chuckles ]
Lily: Well, one of them.
Daniel: Yeah? What’s the other one? Oh.
Victoria: Well, that was– that was quite the family gathering.
Nate: And you took it all in stride. Thank you for that.
Victoria: You’re welcome. I’m used to family drama. All kinds.
[ Nate clears throat ]
Nate: I’m worried jill and aunt mamie aren’t gonna be able to find common ground. And that aunt mamie seems intent on sticking around and getting involved.
Victoria: Yeah. You know, her connecting with my dad was curious but… I’m more concerned about you.
Nate: Me? [ Laughs ] Why? I have no horse in that race. If aunt mamie and jill want to duke it out, I can’t stop them.
Victoria: I mean– I mean, were you tempted by mamie’s suggestion that you return to chancellor-winters?
Nate: Not for a second. First, I am certain I am right where I belong.
Victoria: Well, that’s good to hear.
Nate: Second, we both know devon and lily would never agree to that. And even if they did, I’m sure it would be as miserable as the last time, maybe even worse.
Victoria: Some things heal with time and some don’T.
Nate: Why? Are you trying to get rid of me?
Victoria: Not a chance, sir.
[ Diane sighs ]
Diane: Thank you for a delicious dinner and a wonderful evening.
Jack: It was my absolute pleasure.
Diane: It was magical.
Jack: Well, I would expect nothing less on the last night before we renew our vows as mr. And mrs. Jack abbott in front of all our family and friends.
Diane: I can’t wait for our next chapter.
Jack: Together we can handle anything, whether it’s billy’s unpredictability or kyle’s confused defiance or tucker’s endless onslaught. We can handle anything together, as a team.
Diane: We are quite the force of nature together, aren’t we?
Jack: And I could never love anyone as much as I love you right now. Mm.
[ Diane chuckles ] ( )
Jill: Oh, what a night.
Devon: I know. Feels good to be home.
Abby: Uh, absolutely. I am gonna go check on dominic.
Jill: Abby, I was so glad to be able to spend time with you today. And how is your mom doing? I mean, I heard what happened with tucker. Not that we were surprised.
Abby: Yeah, we were and we weren’T.
Jill: I guess. Anyway, give her my best.
Abby: Thank you.
Jill: And kiss dominic for me, okay?
Abby: Will do.
Jill: Boy, I’m really glad that you and abby are settling in here. I’m very relieved that this home is in such good hands. Thank you.
Devon: Uh-huh. Well, thank you for saying that. It means a lot to hear you say that. And I’m just happy that dominic gets to grow up in such a cool place like this.
Jill: I know. There she is. Whenever I’m here, oh, god, do I feel her presence. I hear that voice echoing in the halls. I spent a lot of my youth here, you know. The difficult times and love and laughter and quite a few fights. One of them involving a cake.
[ Devon laughs ]
Devon: What’s really on your mind, jill?
Jill: Well, you think you’re pretty perceptive, don’t you?
[ Devon clears throat ] It’s just that when seeing mamie it– it kind of opened a lot of chapters from old wounds, I guess you’d say with the abbots, you know. And things that you think have gone away, but they haven’T.
Devon: Well, so much of your family and your career is centered around the abbotts.
Jill: Yeah. And I had some pretty wonderful memories of john, I’ll tell you that. But not so much mamie. No offense to the extended winters family.
Devon: None taken at all.
Jill: Perhaps you can understand my skepticism about her, even if you don’t agree with it.
Devon: Of course, I can. Yeah.
Jill: So, would you give me your honest take on this whole mamie thing?
Devon: Oh, my honest take was that I was surprised. Surprised just like you were. And like I told abby, I wish that she would have said something beforehand instead of making this a big mystery game.
Devon: But, you know, again, I don’t know her very well, so maybe she gets a kick out of stuff like this.
Jill: Oh, she got a kick out of that today, I’ll tell you that. And how could there not be an ulterior motive with her?
Devon: I don’t know. But honestly, you know her a lot better than me.
Jill: Oh, I sure do. And so I know that there is a surprise behind the surprise.
[ Mamie sighs ]
[ Mamie laughs ] Oh. Ah. Oh. Ah. Cheers to me and a perfect evening.
[ Mamie chuckles ] Mm.
[ Phone ringing ] Hello. Yeah. Yeah, I just got back to my suite.
[ Laughs ] Well, it went off without a hitch. They don’t have a clue. But they’re all as curious as hell. [ Laughs ] Yeah, it just went perfect. [ Laughs ]