Y&R Transcript Wednesday, November 8, 2023

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[ Mellow piano music ]

Phyllis: Hey, danny. Hi.

Danny: Hey.

Phyllis: Not surprised I ran into you again. Big, little town, right?

Danny: [ Chuckles ] Yeah.

Phyllis: I know you love this time of year. It’s so beautiful out and crisp and cool. And that magical thing that the light does at a certain time of day.

Danny: It’s, uh– it’s nice.

Phyllis: It is nice. I got two words out of you.

Danny: Oh, it’s, um– I mean, you know–

Phyllis: Shh, shh. Yeah, I know. The bug comes back into town and suddenly, I’m the pariah, right?

Nina: Hey.

Christine: Hey.

Nina: Hi, my friend. Oh. You good?

Christine: Yeah.

Nina: I feel like I’m totally monopolizing your time.

Christine: Gosh, I’m so glad you texted. We have to take advantage of the fact that you’re in town. I am happy to hang with you while chance finishes up this investigation he’s involved in.

Nina: Yes, my son, the police chief. That’s like, one word, by the way. I thought he would be working more regular hours now, but clearly not.

Christine: Yeah, he’s not really the kind of guy to be content behind a desk.

Nina: No.

Christine: And look, we get to spend time together.

Nina: Yeah, it was really nice reminiscing and catching up earlier.

Christine: It was so nice to talk openly and honestly, and not feel judged.

Nina: What do you mean judged? For what? Because you felt something for danny when you saw him again? Please. I mean, maybe, you guys had some rough times, but you were madly in love with the guy.

Christine: Things just ended with me and paul.

Nina: So, it’s not like anything happened between you and danny.

[ Christine sighs ] Did something happen between you and danny?

[ Christine sighs ]

Chelsea: Hi, hi. Oh, good. I’m glad I’m not late. This is great, isn’t it? Summer wanting to meet outside the office, talk informally.

Chloe: Yeah, being summoned by the boss is always a great sign.

Chelsea: Chloe, it’s just coffee. It’s just people talking. I know you and summer have been butting heads a lot lately, but honestly, I’d be worried if you weren’T. Nothing worth having is ever easy. This is gonna be great. It’s gonna be positive. It’s gonna be proactive.

Chloe: Yeah, I don’t–

Chelsea: Here she comes.

Summer: Hey, chloe. Hey, chelsea. So happy to have you back.

Chelsea: It’s great to be back. I’m ready to get started.

Summer: Sounds great. But before you do, I just– I wanted the three of us to sit down together and chat and clear the air. And chloe, you’ve expressed some frustrations with the design process. She feels like I’ve been a little intrusive.

Chelsea: Well, um, actually, chloe and I were just talking about it and it’s perfectly normal to have creative differences. You know, sometimes, it can be the engine to generate great work.

Summer: Yes, I– I totally agree with that, and chloe, I respect your perspective as well, and your long history in fashion and all of the expertise that you bring.

Chelsea: And we respect your role as ceo, that it’s your job to further the vision.

Summer: Exactly, it should be a collaboration and I really am confident that we can strike the right balance.

Chloe: Yeah. I just don’t think that’s possible.

Nate: I’m fired?

Victor: You’re damn right.

Victoria: For what?

Nick: Dad–

Victor: You had it all planned, nate, didn’t you, hm? Send me to some looney bin surrounded by doctors who didn’t give a damn about my health, just to keep me away from here, right?

Nate: Victor, if you believe that’s true, then, we still have a problem.

Victor: I have all the proof right here. I talked to the head of that looney bin. He gave me a full report.

Nate: Victor, I was protecting your privacy. Of course, I had to arrange things in advance. There needed to be ndas, precautions.

Victor: You are lying now and you were lying then.

Victoria: Dad, please, just calm down.

Victor: I’ll calm down when I feel like it, all right? Now, all of you may as well know this whole thing on my part was a charade. I didn’t have any lapses of memory. I knew full well who was in charge of newman media. Didn’t forget a damn thing. I didn’t have lapses. Or fits of paranoia and then, forget about it a few minutes later, I didn’T.

Adam: You didn’t forget that your granddaughter was dead?

Nick: I asked you point-blank if this was a setup.

Victor: I had to find out who… would possibly betray me. And adam… I was leaning in your direction. But to my relief, I found out the real culprit was not you.

Adam: Hm.

Victor: I had to know who I could trust and who I couldn’T.

Victoria: Even me. You didn’t trust even me?

Victor: I had my doubts about all of you.

Victoria: Based on what?

Nick: Don’t waste your time looking for logic.

Victoria: No, no. I need to hear it.

Victor: I watched you when I told you that I would step back and sit in this chair and demote you.

Victoria: So, I’m suspect because I had an honest, human reaction to being shunted aside.

Victor: The point is, I had never seen you that angry. And I always suspected, you had been sitting in this chair for far too long. Power corrupts. Even now, you’re more concerned about your position than about what your boyfriend has done.

Victoria: You know, regardless of nate’s choices, he was only trying to help. You’re the one who– who imagined this illness and pretended your mind was slipping.

Victor: I did what I had to do. And the outcome proves that I was right.

Victoria: Okay. That’s great. But I would never, ever inflict anything like that on you or anyone else in this family.

Adam: Well, maybe one person. If we’re being honest.

Victoria: I am so hurt. I’m hurt that you think I would take advantage of you in that way. Just because you think I’m angry about being demoted?

Victor: Don’t you understand my position? I’ve built this into an enormous empire. We have employees all over the world. I saw it fall apart slowly but surely because of all the in-fighting. And because of nate. I know someone was scheming to take this over. That’s why I reacted the way I did.

Victoria: All right. Fine. So, how long were you planning on keeping this from all of us?

Nina: So, you saw danny after the last time we spoke?

Christine: Mm-hmm. Right after, at the club.

Nina: After lauren mentioned he was there with phyllis.

Christine: Yeah, because I know how phyllis operates. She’ll trash talk me, try and cut me down in danny’s eyes.

Nina: Please, like that could ever happen.

[ Gasps ] Oh, I wish I could have seen both of their faces when you walked in. I’m sure, for danny, it was like phyllis didn’t even exist, right? Ah, she must have been livid. Oh, does it make me a bad person that I am just relishing the thought of her public humiliation?

Christine: She had to go somewhere with daniel anyway.

Nina: Yeah, what happened after that?

Christine: Oh, boy, nothing happened. Not like you’re imagining.

Nina: How do you know what I’m imagining unless you’re imagining it too.

Christine: Oh, god. Okay, it was– it was sweet.

Nina: Mm-hmm.

Christine: Natural. Danny was over at the piano, you know, playing around with a song and he asked me to join him and tell him what I thought.

[ Nina gasps ]

Nina: And it was magic.

Christine: It’s just really easy being with him.

Nina: Which is why I encouraged you to explore the possibilities. I mean, you’re both free and you have such a special connection. And it sounds like you still do.

Christine: When I ran into him, we hadn’t seen each other in months and the last thing I ever expected was to talk about my breakup and how miserable I was. But suddenly, I found myself just opening up to him. He’s such a good listener.

Nina: Yeah, I mean, he’s not better than me, right?

Christine: Oh, no one is a better listener than you.

Nina: Okay, good. So, okay, last time we spoke, you didn’t even know that there was something to pursue with danny. And it sounds like maybe, you’re more sure now.

Christine: You know, don’t read too much into this. We’re reconnecting as friends. Danny and I have a lot of history to unpack, and I’m not exactly in the best place emotionally.

Nina: But the timing. You guys both showing up here at the same time, it’s just– it’s kismet.

Christine: I’m not rushing into anything.

Nina: All right. You’re probably smart.

[ Christine chuckles, sighs ]

Phyllis: Well, you know, one minute, we are talking as friends, sharing so much history and we do have so much history, and then, the next minute, you’re monosyllabic. I mean, that’s not all in my head.

Danny: Hey, nothing has changed. I still admire how you’re trying to turn your life around. The efforts that you’re making, working side by side with our son.

Phyllis: Thank you.

[ Chuckles ] You’re just admiring me from arm’s length, right?

Danny: I don’t know where this is coming from.

[ Phyllis sighs ]

Phyllis: She has it in for me. We both know that.

[ Danny sighs ]

Danny: Christine has more important things on her mind, trust me. And whatever you’re hanging on to, I don’t know, it feels like you’re projecting it onto me.

Phyllis: You know what? You’re right.

Danny: And do you honestly think that I would just change my mind about you because of something anyone else said? That I’m that suggestible?

Phyllis: I– oh, I’m sorry. It’s just old patterns die hard. I just– my guard comes up when it comes to the bug, that’s all.

[ Danny sighs ]

Danny: I wish you would stop calling her that.

Phyllis: Oh, okay. The cricket.

Danny: How about just christine?

Phyllis: Yes, I could do that.

Danny: Thank you.

Phyllis: Christine, see?

[ Phyllis chuckles ]

Danny: Look, she just came back into town after what seemed like a really rough breakup with paul, okay? She’s going through a difficult and emotional time right now. So, please just– just leave her alone. Hi, my name is damion clark. If you have both medicare and medicaid, i have some really encouraging news that you’ll definitely want to

Summer: Look, chloe, I’m being sincere when I say that I– I want to listen. I– I want to find a way to oversee the design department that works for all of us.

Chloe: I’m not questioning your sincerity. I am just making an honest assessment of the situation and this can’t work.

Chelsea: You know, I think chloe and I need a few minutes to talk privately before we continue.

Summer: Yeah. Sure.

Chloe: No, there’s really no need.

Chelsea: No, I think there’s a need. [ Laughs ] There’s a need because we’re partners, so, um, I know you’ve been frustrated lately, but I–

Chloe: Yeah, and this situation is only going to make things worse. Okay, you talk about wanting to find a rhythm, but i don’t think it’s possible. Not when you’re so hands-on. And not when there are three of us involved in the creative process.

Summer: Chloe, I’m the ceo of marchetti. I have to be hands-on.

Chloe: It’s not a criticism. Okay? It– when there are two people, you can find a rhythm. A back and forth. A give and take. That’s what balance looks like. We’ve done it before.

Chelsea: That’s right, we’ve done it before, and that’s what we could have again now.

Chloe: Yeah, but when you add a third voice, then one is just struggling to be heard.

Summer: Okay, maybe– maybe, you two should take a minute to talk.

Chloe: Look, I respect what you’ve done with marchetti. And the vision that you have. Where you want to take the company. And now, that chelsea is back, I think that you can find that rhythm and that balance. But inevitably, I am just going to be the odd one out, struggling to be heard. And it’s not where I wanna be right now.

Phyllis: Oh, my goodness, danny, I’m trying to change my life. Do you think I want to revive some old battle?

Danny: But you’re making all these assumptions about christine.

Phyllis: It’s because she– you know what? You’re right. I’m just gonna lay off of the– christine.

[ Laughs ] See? That was me trying, I’m trying.

Danny: Yes, I see that.

Phyllis: Listen, I feel for her. What she’s going through. I know what it’s like to be…

[ Sighs ] …Ending a relationship, and you lose a part of your life, you know? You lose a part of your heart. I don’t wish that on anyone. You think I’m so self-involved I can’t see the pain she’s going through?

Danny: No, but I– I see you falling back into your old dynamic.

Phyllis: Well, I think that’s what happens when you’re so used to fighting for your life. And fighting for people you care for.

Danny: Okay, positive reinforcement. All right, I see the effort you’re putting in, I do.

Phyllis: Thank you. I appreciate that. It may be boring for you to keep on saying it, but i like to hear it. [ Laughs ]

Danny: No, I– I’m really– I’m happy to help, seriously. No, I am.

Phyllis: Thank you. And I do feel bad for christine. I really do. Genuinely. I don’t wish that pain on my worst enemy.

Danny: Now, you’re not just saying what I want to hear, are you?

Phyllis: Oh, you think I’m trying to impress you? Really? Are you just so used to adoring fans screaming out your name?

Danny: I am.

Phyllis: Trying to impress you all the time? [ Chuckles ]

Danny: This is just me and you talking here. Come on.

Phyllis: Yeah. It is just me and you talking. I’m not the same person I was. I want you to know that. I’m a work in progress.

Danny: Hey, aren’t we all?

Phyllis: Yeah, aren’t we all? But I’m working really hard to change some old patterns, you know?

Danny: Yeah.

Phyllis: And you know what? I think I’m gonna get into meditation, yeah.

Danny: Oh.

Phyllis: Yeah. Imagine me trying to quiet down my brain.

Danny: I– I felt the same way when I first started. In fact, you know, most people do, um. I’ve been doing transcendental meditation for years now and it’s really helped me tremendously.

Phyllis: Oh, wow. Would you teach me?

[ Danny laughs nervously ]

Nikki: I’m so sorry. I wanted you to know that your father’s decline was all an act. I told him what it was doing to you.

Victoria: You still said nothing.

Nikki: Because if you had known the truth, you would have taken it straight to nate.

Victor: And then, we would never have known of nate’s true intentions. Right, nate?

Nate: What? Victor, I offered a sound medical solution to most effectively get you diagnosed and treated. It was in your best interest.

Victor: Nate, I respect you. You’re a bright man. Accomplished man. But you wanted to commit me to the looney bin so that you and victoria could grab back the power that I had taken from her, right?

Nate: I was protecting the company by providing you the best care based on years of medical experience.

Nikki: Nate, stop. You didn’t care about what was best for victor.

Nate: Why, nikki? Because I thought it was a bad idea to turn newman enterprises into some sort of makeshift clinic. Okay, news flash, it was a bad idea. But all you seem to be worried about is making it look like victor is still working and nothing is wrong.

Adam: I would have protected the company and our father with minimal chances of exposure or leaks.

Nate: Right. Right. Because that’s how you all like to operate, isn’t it, adam? In the shadows, making up your own rules. I was pulled into those shadows and wound up regretting it. I did nothing wrong. My plan was sound and it was above board. And guess what? I had no ulterior motives. But the newmans have decided and there’s no convincing you otherwise. You know what? You did me a favor firing me.

[ Door slams ]

Victoria: We’ll talk about this later.

[ Door shuts ]

Danny: As entertaining as it would be for me to watch you sit still and try to calm that brain of yours, I– I can’t teach you.

Phyllis: You can’t or you won’t?

Danny: You have to be certified, you know, do an in-residence training, and– well, it requires a high level of commitment.

Phyllis: Well, just give me pointers, that’s all.

Danny: No, no, that would defeat the whole purpose. If your goal is to– to change and benefit from the practice, you don’t want to just dabble in it.

Phyllis: Okay, it’s sort of a foreign concept for me. Being introspective, right? I’m from the school of wild abandon, sort of, you know, free and loud.

Danny: Yes, definitely that.

[ Phyllis laughs ]

Phyllis: I’m just looking for someone to sort of hold my hand. Metaphorically speaking.

Danny: Yes, of course. And a certified trainer, he can– can help you, you know, tame those wild impulses.

Phyllis: I’m not sure I want to be tamed.

Danny: He can show you how to harness all of that raw energy, you know? And so that you’re not at the mercy of those impulses.

Phyllis: Well, hook me up.

Danny: Okay. I’d be happy to.

Phyllis: Great. I’m excited. Well, maybe, transcendental meditation is off the table for tonight, but possibly, we could have dinner? I’m free.

Danny: Oh, I– I would love to, but I already have plans.

Phyllis: Okay. Okay. Let me guess.

Danny: Oh, it’s– it’s not christine.

Victoria: Look, I don’t know what to say, but I’m sorry.

Nate: Because I got fired?

Victoria: No, for all of it.

Nate: Oh, including the part where you ignored the only doctor in the room. Hm? Given what we were dealing with, what we both thought we were dealing with, I offered victor the best course of action and you didn’t have my back. I thought we were a team.

Victoria: We are. We still are.

Nate: It certainly didn’t feel that way in there.

Victoria: Look, I’m as angry about all of that as you are.

Nate: No, not even close.

Victoria: Oh, my god. After everything that I have done to try to prove my worth and my loyalty to my father–

Nate: I am sure, you– I am sure you will get over it. You will be fine.

Victoria: Look, I– I hate that things turned out this way.

Nate: Is that supposed to make me feel better? Because it doesn’T. You basically threw me to the wolves.

Victoria: That is not true.

Nate: You sided with adam. My god, if that doesn’t tell me everything I need to know about your priorities.

Victoria: Nate.

Nate: And you know what? For the record, adam’s plan was the perfect setup for him to manipulate victor from the inside. If you didn’t see that, you really weren’t paying attention.

Nick: I mean, you didn’t have to put us through all of this just to get rid of nate.

Victor: Son, I didn’t know it was nate. I had to come up with this loyalty test to find out.

Adam: [ Laughs ] Which, dad, you expected me to fail?

Victor: Yeah.

Adam: Spectacularly. You thought I would be the one to take advantage of the situation, make a power play, you all did.

Nikki: Yeah. With good reason.

Adam: Man, I– I gotta hand it to you, pop, that was a hell of a playbook. And the execution, I mean, I really thought that you were mentally in decline. And the prospect of that, of seeing you go through that, I’m not gonna lie, it shook me up.

Nikki: Adam, spare us.

Nick: I have no doubt you were planning to use this to your advantage.

Adam: To what advantage, nick?

Nick: Dad gives you every opportunity in the world. Another chance, no matter what you pull, or how far you push the limits.

Victor: Nick, I got to be very honest with you. I am convinced that adam acted in my best interest and the company’s best interest.

Victoria: My father did this to you, did it to all of us. If you’re gonna be angry at someone, be angry at him, not me, okay? I did not throw you to the wolves.

Nate: You know, I don’t totally blame you. It’s in your dna, all a part of being a good newman. One victor can be proud of.

Victoria: I had no idea what he was gonna do in there. None.

Nate: And when you realized what was happening, you fell right in line, didn’t you? You still have your job, your family. I’m on the outside looking in.

Victoria: There is a way to fix this.

Nate: It would mean taking a stand you don’t want to take. Victoria, all I wanted to do was protect your father and give you back what you deserve while he healed. Those details he’s so indignant about were entirely reasonable. Not some proof of a coup. But that doesn’t seem to matter. To any of you. You know… my mistake was thinking you’d have my back instead of showing blind obedience. I won’t make it again.

Victor: You know, it would have been one thing for all of your siblings to fight like this when things are going well. But god forbid, there would have been a crisis, this would have been catastrophic.

Nick: There was no crisis.

Victor: You don’t know that. We don’t know that. Adam though, knew what was at stake. He asked all of you to work together.

Nick: Well, we’ll never know that, will we? Because you ended the charade before nate could be put to the test.

[ Door clicking ]

Victoria: Nate deserved better. You should have given him the benefit of the doubt. Why did you have to fire him so quickly?

Victor: Did you listen to what I said before? He had called the looney bin. Arranged it for me to leave here. So that he and you could grab back the power that I’ve taken from you.

Nick: Nate wanted a home-court advantage for you.

Victor: Right.

Nikki: Darling, it was about getting you back in charge so that he could then be co-ceo more than any real concern for your father.

Victor: And he would have done anything to achieve that end. And it was also his revenge on me.

Victoria: For what?

Victor: For demoting you.

Victoria: All right, dad. All right, however you want to justify it, okay? But what you did, pretending that something was terribly, terribly wrong with you, that was cruel.

Victor: And your mother pointed out, I couldn’t risk telling nate the truth. And my instinct turned out to be right.

Victoria: You know what, dad? Your mind, it may not be slipping, but your instincts are. They’re worthless when it comes to adam. You know, you claim that you expected him to betray you, but it was really just this whole game to find a way to give him yet another free pass and to excuse all of the terrible things that he’s done.

Adam: That’s not true.

Victoria: All of it at the expense of the people who love you. Who care about this family and who want to protect your legacy. I’m sorry, but I don’t know if I can forgive you for this.

Nikki: I warned you this would happen.

[ Phone ringing ]

Summer: I’m so sorry. I’ve got to take this. I’ll be right back.

Chelsea: No problem. Chloe, I didn’t know you were considering leaving.

Chloe: I– I hadn’t seriously considered it until this meeting, but I think it makes sense.

Chelsea: No, no, it actually, makes no sense. It actually makes zero sense because we’re a team. So, if you leave, it’s just me and I– I can’t be a one-person team.

Chloe: Stop. We are a great team because you are a creator and I am a facilitator. That’s why it works. But now that you’re at marchetti, you have a great facilitator.

Chelsea: Is this about summer? You don’t like her?

Chloe: I have nothing against summer.

Chelsea: She’s a newman.

Chloe: True, but she’s the least newman of all the newmans, I really– I have no problems with summer.

Chelsea: Okay. Good. Because we’ve had worse bosses. I mean, we worked for gloria.

Chloe: [ Laughs ] Right. And even as annoying as she was, she always let us do our own thing, but, you know, it’s– it’s not like that with summer. She wants to give her input.

Chelsea: Well, I think she just wants to guide us.

Chloe: She wants to do more than just guide us. And it’s– look, it’s okay. She is the ceo of the company. She should do what she wants. It’s just not right for me.

Chelsea: [ Sighs ] Chloe. I need you.

Chloe: No, you need to create, to build something.

Chelsea: Well, I don’t want to do it without you.

Chloe: Don’t say that. After everything that you’ve been through the past couple of years, you deserve to really dig in and build something. I mean, this is your opportunity, you have to take it. Me, I– I’m happy with where I’m at. Kevin’s happy, the kids are happy. I mean, gosh, my mom is even perfectly content working here, sticking her nose in everyone else’s business. But I am good. I don’t need this. Look, chelsea, you’re gonna be fine. I promise you.

Summer: I’ll check in later, okay? Bye. Chloe, tell me what I can do to get you to stay with us.

Chloe: There is nothing that you can do to change my mind.

Summer: Come on, there’s gotta be something. Look, I know that it’s on me to create the right work environment where you’re challenged without wanting to run for the exit.

Chloe: No. I really don’t want you to take this personally, summer. I– I just don’t think it’s a good fit for me.

Chelsea: How can you be sure?

Chloe: Because I experienced it earlier with sally.

Chelsea: Sally?

Chloe: She invited me to tag along on a consult. And I don’t know, we just started bouncing ideas off of each other and– and fell into this rhythm that made me realize that this is what a collaboration could feel like.

Chelsea: Yeah, that’s what we used to have.

Chloe: It’s a totally different situation now, chelsea. I don’t want to feel like I have to soldier on to make it work. It wouldn’t be fair, to either of you.

Summer: Just so you know, I am willing to try.

Chloe: Because you’re a consummate professional. You are a pair of rock stars. You are going to do something great together. I adore you both, but…

[ Chloe sighs ] I just think it’s time for me to move on.

Danny: Why are you so hung up on the idea that there’s something going on between me and christine?

Phyllis: No reason. I guess I’m just nosy. It’s none of my business, actually.

Danny: Daniel and lucy. That’s who I’m having dinner with tonight.

Phyllis: You are? Lucy’s in town?

Danny: Yeah, she got in this afternoon.

Phyllis: Oh, my goodness. Really? Heather too?

Danny: I’m pretty sure. Yes.

Phyllis: That’s interesting.

Danny: Yeah. Don’t go there.

Phyllis: I– I– no. I’m just so excited to see my granddaughter.

Danny: Yeah, you made it very clear that you’d like heather and daniel to get back together again.

Phyllis: You know, that was a mistake. I overstepped. I’m not interfering. I learned my lesson.

Danny: Good. You go down that route and you’re just gonna push daniel away.

Phyllis: And I don’t want that to happen, so I’m gonna stay out of it, I promise.

Danny: Uh-huh. Sudden impulses, they just keep getting away from you.

Phyllis: Hey, can you cut me some slack, please?

Danny: This is me being supportive. Wanting you to get out of your own way.

Phyllis: I know that and I’m working so hard to change. You have to understand that, please. My family, my kids. Honestly, it’s my top priority, danny.

Danny: Okay, in that case, you are welcome to join us.

Christine: My personal life isn’t my focus right now. It’s really my professional future.

Nina: Yet, you said that another term as D.A. Didn’t appeal to you.

Christine: I just– it started to wear on me. How people like phyllis could just walk after committing such horrible crimes. You know, free to inflict themselves on the world.

Nina: But wait, listen, don’t let your feelings about her influence this very important decision, right?

Christine: I just don’t have an appetite for it anymore.

Nina: But there are plenty of other, more fulfilling ways to use your legal skills. You were talking about private practice, maybe pro bono.

Christine: Pro bono, yeah. Something out of the spotlight. Corporate law.

[ Phone ringing ]

Nina: The hospital. This is nina webster. Yes, I’m his mother. How bad is it? Okay. I’m on my way. I’ll be right there. Chance has been shot.

Adam: So, just to be clear, dad, you really are all there.

Victor: Hm. I’m as lucid and as sharp as I’ve ever been, boy.

Nikki: I can attest to that.

Victor: I’ll also do everything in my power to protect what I built.

Adam: So, where do we go from here?

Victor: Nicholas, where do you stand in all this?

Nick: Dad, vic has devoted her life to preserving and growing what you’ve built. I can understand why she’s so hurt. I hate seeing her go through this.

Victor: So do I. But I have a feeling that she knows that what I’m saying about nate was correct. She must have experienced and seen his growing ambition for more and more power.

Nick: Make no mistake, I’m glad nate’s gone. But I guess, I’m more surprised it wasn’t adam who walked into your trap.

Adam: Hey, I told you that we need to pull together for dad, okay? You’re the one who wouldn’t put your personal feelings aside.

Nick: Don’t you go there with me.

Victor: Nicholas, now the nate is gone… I need you at the company.

[ Nick sighs ]

Nick: If I were you, I wouldn’t be so sure vic is gonna forgive you. And to her mind, this may be one betrayal too many.

[ Phone chimes ]

[ Nate sighs ]

[ Nate sighs ]

Summer: Look, I appreciate your candor, chloe.

Chloe: Well, I haven’t been exactly shy about how I feel.

Summer: That’s true. But I understand why you’d want to be in a situation that you feel passionate and excited about.

Chelsea: So, you’re really walking away?

Chloe: I think I am.

Sharon: Okay, just as soon as you could get here would be great. I really need to get to the hospital. All right, thank you, esther.

Chelsea: The hospital?

Summer: What’s wrong?

Sharon: Chance has been shot.

Christine: Excuse me. Chance chancellor, the new chief of police.

Nurse: They just brought him in, second room on the left.

Christine: All we were told is he was shot in the chest. How bad is it? What’s his status?

Nurse: We’re waiting for results of the imaging to verify the extent of the damage.

Christine: Okay.

[ Nina sobbing ]

Nina: Chance. Oh, sweetheart. It’s me. It’s your mom.

[ Nina sobbing ]

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