Y&R Transcript Wednesday, December 13, 2023

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Daniel: Hey.

Heather: Sorry, I probably– I should have called first.

Daniel: No, no, no, it’s fine. Come on in, please.

Heather: Okay. I just picked up the keys to our new place and lucy said you were here, so I thought I would drop them by. We are so excited about the move. The place you found is perfect for us.

Daniel: Good. Good. Glad it’s all falling into place. You guys are gonna be all settled in soon.

Heather: Yes. Um, I really– I can’t thank you enough. I bought you a coffee on me. It’s the least I could do.

Daniel: Thank you.

Heather: Yeah, I– I almost got one for lily, but I just– I figured she probably wouldn’t be here. She’d be at the office already.

Daniel: No, no, no. She’s not here and she’s not at the office either.

Heather: No?

Daniel: No. Uh, lily actually had to leave town for a bit and she’s probably gonna be gone for a while. Um, hang on, let me go throw some clothes on real quick.

Audra: Nikki, you’re here. Thank god you’re okay. I was so worried about you. I heard you had some sort of seizure.

Nikki: You were misinformed. There was no seizure.

Audra: But I thought–

Nikki: No seizure, okay. I’m fine.

Audra: Right. Well, you know, there are quite a few things that we need to go over. I– I left you a few voicemails. And, you know, I haven’t been able to get a hold of claire either. I mean, where is she, by the way? She hasn’t called me back.

Nikki: Don’t ask me about her. I don’t want to talk about her.

Nate: I’m really looking forward to digging into this new position.

Devon: I’m looking forward to seeing what you can do. Hopefully, we can make it work this time.

Nate: Count on it. So, um, tell me more about the product and content development position. Are there, um, specific, uh, projects you want me to focus on or?

Devon: Yes, I actually want you to take a look at the portfolio of our top priorities and give us your thoughts. Give us some of that big idea thinking that you showed us before.

Nate: Great. I’m sure I can handle that.

Devon: Good. Good. I also want to introduce you to a new employee that we just hired away from one of our biggest competitors. She’s very, very knowledgeable. She’s got a lot of background. Got a lot of resources I think we could use. And I figured if anybody can pick her brain and try to figure out how to maximize her value, it’s you.

Nate: Got it. Again, I appreciate the confidence.

Devon: For sure. And also know that with lily being away, I’m probably gonna be asking a little more of you than I usually would, so just be ready for that.

Nate: Okay. I have no distractions. My uh, total focus will be on chancellor-winters. I don’t want lily to feel like she has to rush back if her daughter needs her.

Devon: That’s good to hear.

Nate: That’s what family is for. Again, man, um, thank you. Thank you for giving me another shot. It feels good to be, you know, accepted back into the company. But most importantly, the family.

Devon: Well, it’s– it’s good to have you back, but you gotta stop thanking me so much. We’re never gonna get any work done.

Nate: Uh, it’s just, uh, it’s just gonna be a relief to, you know, to focus just on the work instead of constantly looking over your shoulder. You know, covering your ass because of the nonstop newman family politics. That can be exhausting.

Devon: I can imagine. But you’re done with them now. You’re with us.

Nate: All right. And I don’t want to dwell on that. I’m just grateful for the chance to show you, lily, and uh, aunt mamie that you made the right decision in putting your faith in me.

Devon: Well, I believe you. So enough with the gratitude for today. Let’s get to work, all right? As a teenager I struggled with acne.

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Nate: Well, I, uh, better get busy. I will take a look at that portfolio you mentioned.

Devon: Cool.

Nate: And, uh, I’ll see you see you back at the office.

Devon: Sounds good. I’ll be there soon.

Nate: Victoria.

Victoria: Hello, nate. Devon.

Devon: Hi, victoria.

Victoria: Hi.

Devon: How you doing?

Victoria: It’s nice to see you. I’m doing well. Uh, it’s good to see you and nate getting along. I mean, it seems like tensions have eased between the two of you.

Devon: Oh, yeah. It’s a good thing, right?

Victoria: Yeah. It’s great. It’s great. Um, could that mean that he’s back at chancellor-winters?

Devon: Huh. Yeah, actually. Just on a trial basis though. We did our due diligence and know what went down at newman.

Victoria: Hm. Yeah. I’m sure you were very thorough.

Devon: Oh, yeah. Extremely. But it’s important to my family to have him back at the company, so it’s important to me.

Victoria: I couldn’t agree with you more. And for what it’s worth, I don’t think he set out to undermine or betray my dad. I know him. I know the kind of person he is and I– I know that he had my father’s best interests at heart.

Devon: That’s very nice to hear considering how the rest of your family feels. ‘Cause I know victor has made it clear that he’s lost all trust in nate.

Victoria: Well, he’s wrong. You know, sometimes the people that we suspect the worst of aren’t the true enemy. Anyway.

Devon: Well…

Victoria: Oh, cole, I don’t know if you’ve ever met devon.

Cole: No.

Victoria: Neil winter’s son.

Cole: Oh, is that right?

Victoria: Yeah.

Cole: Yeah. I always remember neil as being such a good friend to victoria.

Devon: Oh, yeah. Yeah. He was the best. It’s a pleasure to meet you though.

Cole: You as well.

Devon: I have to take off, but I’m sure I’ll be seeing the two of you around.

Victoria: All right. See you around.

Devon: Take care. Good to meet you.

Cole: You as well. Thank you.

Victoria: Okay, you’re back. So, how did things go with the lake house?

Cole: It was like stepping back into a living hell.

Nikki: I’m sorry, audra. I shouldn’t have lashed out at you like that. There’s no way that you could know this, so I will tell you. Claire does not work here anymore.

Audra: What? I don’t understand.

Nikki: She’s not the person she presented herself to be. It was all a charade.

Audra: A charade?

Nikki: She lied and manipulated her way into this company to set a trap for me and my family.

Audra: Okay. I’m sorry, nikki, but this just doesn’t make any sense.

Nikki: You are correct. It does not make any sense. That girl is a psychopath. She and this other woman who claimed to be her aunt tried to kill us. Me, victor, victoria, nicholas, all of us.

Audra: Oh, my god. Is– is everyone all right?

Nikki: Yes, we all survived. Thank god, but it could have ended very differently.

Audra: Nikki, I– why would she do that?

Nikki: Who knows what goes on in her twisted mind? All I know is she and her aunt lured us to oregon to kill us. And she used me as bait to get them there.

Audra: So claire, the– the sweet, ambitious go getter. That was all an act?

Nikki: Ah, she’s a very good actress.

Audra: She fooled us all. But you know, I had this nagging feeling that something about her wasn’t quite trustworthy. But nothing that would approach the level of evil you’re talking about.

Nikki: All right. Now, our family needs your discretion. Can I trust you to keep our confidence?

Audra: Yeah, of course. You must still be reeling from everything you went through.

Nikki: It was a horrific ordeal.

Audra: Well, do you want to take some time off? Yeah, I can hold down the fort and cover things here.

Nikki: No, no. I think I need the distraction of work right now. Something for my mind to focus on. Um, why don’t you fill me in on what went on here? Why were you trying to reach me? Let’s start there.

Heather: Mattie really, really needs her mother at a time like this. I mean, she– she has to be devastated.

Daniel: Yeah. I spoke with lily earlier. Mattie’s still pretty broken up about everything. Fortunately, she escaped the fire without being harmed, but she was close to the professor that lost his life.

Heather: It must be traumatic for everyone involved. I mean, I’m sure lily’s probably gonna want to be there as long as her daughter needs her. Don’t you think?

Daniel: Probably. I just keep thinking about how I would react if lucy had to deal with something like this.

Heather: Oh, no, no, no. The– the– the thought alone is upsetting enough.

Daniel: The worrying, the waiting. The not knowing if they’re okay. And then after the fact, watching them go through dealing with the loss of someone, you know, that she was close to.

Heather: Yeah. I mean, you just want to be there for your little girl in every possible way.

Daniel: Makes me think about all the times that I missed with her. You know, the times that I wasn’t there for her.

Heather: Well, you are there now. Isn’t that what really matters? When you have chronic kidney disease…

Daniel: Thank you.

Heather: You’re thanking me?

Daniel: Mm-hmm. For being so supportive. You could easily still be angry with me for how I spiraled out back in savannah.

Heather: Daniel, I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. I am inspired and amazed and impressed how you turned your life around. Lucy and I were just talking about it the other day. We feel like we have the man back that we thought we had lost, but better. So, let’s put that pain and hurt behind us. How does that sound?

Daniel: Pretty damn good. And you have no idea how much your forgiveness means to me.

Heather: You are doing the hard part. I’m just recognizing the changes that you made.

Daniel: Well, that makes all my hard work worth it then. But you know, I’m still never going to forgive myself for the way I treated you and lucy.

Heather: Okay. But the good news is as far as your daughter is concerned, you have more than made up for it. I mean, she loves being here with you. And that’s a beautiful thing that we can give her.

Daniel: No. Yeah. Me and my dad, he, uh, said something to me earlier that really resonated with me. Um… he was talking about how you should never waste a single moment that you’re given. I think moving forward, that’s exactly what I intend to do.

Heather: Your dad is a very wise man. But has he shared with you his secret pasta sauce recipe?

Daniel: No. And he’s being a real jerk about it too. I guess all of that, you know, make every moment matter crap doesn’t apply to spaghetti.

Abby: Hey, don’t forget to give me your inventory list. I’m gonna put in an order this afternoon. Thanks. Oh, hello.

Devon: Hey, pretty lady.

Abby: Oh, my favorite customer in the house.

Devon: How you doing?

Abby: Something’s bothering you. What’s up?

Devon: What? You can tell? That I was doing a good job at being positive today.

Abby: About what?

Devon: Oh, it’s nate’s first official day back at the company.

Abby: Mm. That’s a good thing, right? I mean, especially with lily being out of town, I would think you’d need the extra help?

Devon: That’s what I thought too. Until your sister showed up where we were at.

Abby: Victoria?

Devon: Mm-hmm. Things were going pretty well between me and nate and then this cold breeze blew in the room.

Abby: Ah, I take it that nate and victoria haven’t smoothed things over?

Devon: Does not seem like it, no. And now, I’m worried because nate’s essentially coming off this one-two punch of getting fired by victor and possibly ended things with victoria. And I’m sure he’s affected by it, which is understandable. I just don’t want him to get distracted at a time though when we really need him to be focused.

Abby: Devon, please don’t tell me that you’re feeling like rehiring your cousin was a mistake.

Audra: The marketing campaign to launch the new website is– starts to drop next week. Everything’s in place, uh, for all the hits it’s expected to generate.

Nikki: Good. That…

Audra: Um, and the contracts haven’t come back from legal for that celebrity blog we wanted to acquire. Unless you’ve changed your mind about that?

Nikki: She ne’er shall force an echo more.

Audra: Nikki.

Nikki: Thrilling to think. Poor child of sin.

Audra: Nikki.

Nikki: It was the dead who groaned with it. Claire!

Audra: Nikki! Are you all right?

Victoria: I don’t know how you did it.

Cole: Believe me. It wasn’t easy. The police had it all cordoned off as a crime scene and I had to find a way to try to sneak in without breaking that yellow tape.

Victoria: Going back into that place would have creeped me out.

Cole: I know it would have. And that’s why I did it. Believe me. It was, uh, it was very unsettling being back in that house again.

Victoria: Well, did you find anything that we can use?

Cole: Yeah, I found claire’s bedroom. And I grabbed a hairbrush, a toothbrush, a couple of other items just in case. So now, all we need is the samples from the two of us so the lab can compare them.

Victoria: God. I mean, the situation is just so crazy. Honestly, I’ve been an emotional wreck. I just keep thinking what if claire really is our– our little baby eve? But then, I mean, my mind just races, and then I think what if she’s not? And then it races in an– in another direction.

Cole: Either way, we’re gonna do everything we can to get her the help she needs.

Victoria: Yeah. Absolutely. I mean, we can’t turn our back on her. What can we do?

Cole: I think that we need to find some way to connect with her. I mean, she doesn’t deserve everything that my aunt brought down on her.

Victoria: Absolutely not.

Cole: You know, she– she could have lived an entirely different life.

Victoria: And if it turns out that we’re not her parents and this whole thing is– is just a lie, I honestly, I still want to find a way to help her.

Cole: I know what you mean. But we can’t do anything until we get the answers that we need.

Victoria: But even when we get the answers, it’s just gonna bring more questions. Kayaking is my thing.

Audra: Nikki? Did you hear anything I said?

Nikki: What? Um, what? What did you say?

Audra: I was asking if you still wanted to go through with the celebrity blog contract.

Nikki: Oh, yeah. Uh, celebrity blog… um, you know, maybe– maybe I haven’t completely gotten over this.

Audra: Yeah. You probably need some time to get it out of your system.

Nikki: What do you mean out of my system? Oh. Oh, yeah. It– it will take time.

Audra: Yeah. You know, that’s not an experience one gets over easily. I can only imagine the rage you must have felt. Still feel.

Nikki: I get so furious thinking about how vulnerable we were in the hands of claire and her aunt, but I have to get over it because I won’t let them win.

Audra: You know, I– I can understand that. I hate feeling even a hint of weakness in myself, you know. But sometimes circumstances are out of our control. It happens to the best of us. But day by day, little by little, you’ll get over the shock of it all and you’ll feel like your old rule the world self again.

Nikki: Yeah. Let’s hope so.

Audra: You know, I know what you need. How about we go out, grab some lunch and we can go over everything at the athletic club.

Nikki: You know, um, I don’t think so. I– I’m not quite ready to go out in public, but you go. Um, maybe you can bring me back a salad or something.

Audra: I don’t mean to overstep, you know, but it’s okay to lean on people sometimes. Even if you are the invincible nikki newman. There’s no shame in it. But I got you. One salad coming right up.

Nikki: Thank you. Would you mind closing the door behind you?

Daniel: So, you signed your lease, you picked up your keys, when do you officially move in?

Heather: Soon. Very, very soon. Lucy, she cannot wait.

Daniel: Well, you know, if you need any help, I’m available.

Heather: Oh, thank you. It’s not like we have a lot of heavy lifting to do though. I mean, we’re essentially moving out of the athletic club with our personal belongings and our stuff is being delivered out of storage later this week. Everything else is being shipped from portugal. But I really do appreciate the offer.

Daniel: Yeah. Of course. I gotta say though, I– I hope, I really, really, really hope that lucy is as bossy with you about her room as she was with me. That girl had a lot of demands.

Heather: Mm-hmm. Don’t I know. But I have a feeling she will not be happy until I hire the same decorator and recreate the magic, so thank you very much for that.

Daniel: What are you talking about? You can totally do it. You have like a great sense of design and style.

Heather: No, I– you must have forgotten. You’re the one with the creative eye and I’m the, uh, you know, the more practical one. And that’s– that’s why we were such a good team. And I’m afraid to say it, but our daughter does not appreciate my practical styling and she definitely inherited your artistic flair.

Daniel: Well, that can be more of a curse than a blessing.

Heather: Fair. Look, daniel, I– I don’t know if I’ve said it enough, but the both of us, we– we cannot thank you enough for everything you’ve done. I mean, from finding us the perfect place to live to putting in a good word at chancellor-winters. Did I tell you that I will be reporting there, um, for duty soon?

Daniel: Good. That’s fantastic. I’m– I’m– I am so happy that it’s all working out for you. You know, it means everything to me to have lucy so close again. I just want to say, I hope you know that you can always count on me.

Heather: Thank you. Can I count on you to join me for lunch? Man cannot survive on coffee alone. I don’t know if you’re aware of that fact? And uh, with everything you’ve done, fairly certain I owe you a sandwich.

Abby: I know that you were worried when nate got fired from newman, but honestly, I think my dad is just as much at fault with that stunt that he pulled.

Devon: Oh, yeah, for sure. I mean, that was classic victor. I imagine it was very scary for your family to believe that he was losing his mind.

Abby: Yeah. I mean, I can’t believe he put them through that. They keep me out of the loop on most things, but I guess it’s a good thing because I’m out of the drama.

Devon: Yeah. I think it’s great you were spared from all that worrying.

Abby: But if nate was trying to put my dad away just so victoria could regain control of the company.

Devon: Well, nate claims that that was not his intent. That he was just looking out for the company and for your dad. And I want to believe him. We all do. Victoria seems to.

Abby: Well, that’s a good thing. I mean, she doesn’t give the benefit of the doubt to anyone. So, if she believes him…

Devon: Yeah. No, she definitely is on his side, but nate feels like she didn’t have his back. Which could create resentment. And then that could cloud his judgment. And I just don’t need him making any mistakes right now. So I didn’t think I needed swiffer,

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Abby: So much to do.

Devon: I know. You really don’t have anybody else.

Abby: Heather, daniel.

Daniel: Hey.

Abby: Did you stop by for a quick lunch? You’ve come to the right place.

Devon: It’s good to see you both.

Daniel: Yeah. I spoke with lily earlier today.

Devon: I did too. She called pretty early considering the time difference. She misses home.

Daniel: Yeah. I bet she does. But, you know, right now, she’s exactly where she needs to be. With mattie.

Devon: Yeah. Absolutely.

Abby: Well, heather, how is genoa city treating you? Are you getting all settled in?

Heather: Relocating can be stressful, but I’ve done my fair share of it. This– this move is going surprisingly smoothly.

Abby: Well, that’s great. Congratulations.

Heather: Thanks. I’m excited. I, uh, just got a new job at this amazing new company. Maybe you’ve heard of it? Chancellor-winters.

Abby: Wow. Yes, that is amazing.

Devon: I guess we can officially welcome you on board. So, I’m very happy to have your legal skills.

Heather: I’m very happy to be there. And now that daniel helped me find the perfect place to live, I am feeling a lot more balanced and settled than I have felt in a very, very long time.

Abby: Well, that says a lot since you’ve been living a glamorous european lifestyle.

Heather: Oh, no. I– I– I wouldn’t call it all that glamorous. When– when I got here, I rediscovered what centers me and I realized how unbalanced my life was in portugal. I had to take a good hard look at myself and I do accept that I made some bad decisions, for the wrong reasons.

Daniel: Well, I think you’re just being a little hard on yourself now.

Heather: No, no, no, no. I-m– I’m not. That’s why I cannot thank you enough for giving me the right reason to get away from– from all of it. So, moving my daughter back here to be closer to her dad made all the sense in the world.

Devon: Sure.

Heather: And now I’m in exactly the right place at just the right time.

Victoria: No, we need to be prepared for how we handle it if it is true.

Cole: It’s hard to face. We buried eve all of those years ago. We loved her. We grieved for her. It was painful. And it still haunts me.

Victoria: Well, I don’t feel like the hole in my heart ever healed because I always– I was hoping that…

Cole: I know.

Victoria: Maybe, we never lost her at all.

Cole: That would be a bit of a miracle.

Victoria: Yeah.

Cole: I’m sorry, vicky.

Victoria: For what?

Cole: I’m so– I’m sorry that you’re being put through this. I know how hard it must be for you.

Victoria: Well, it’s the same for you. It’s okay. I mean, we’ll get through it, right? No matter how things turn out with claire, we’ll just– we’ll be there for each other. Michael.

Cole: Hey.

Victoria: Hey. How did it go?

Cole: Did you meet with clare?

Michael: I did.

Victoria: And?

Michael: I can see now why you’re both so conflicted. My late father-in-law lit up a room,

Daniel: There you go.

Abby: There you go.

Heather: Thank you.

Abby: There you go.

Daniel: Thank you.

Abby: Let me know if you need anything.

Daniel: Yeah. So, when do you officially start the new gig?

Heather: Well, now that all the I’s are dotted, I’m hoping right away.

Daniel: That’s fantastic. I mean, I could really use you in the legal department. You know, in case any licensing issues happen to come up with the games.

Heather: Uh-huh. So, you’re already expecting some legal issues? Oh, I should warn you. I am not one of those loophole lawyers. I stick to the letter of the law.

Daniel: Yeah. I would assume you would.

Heather: When you seek the truth with all your heart, the road is paved with justice.

Daniel: Okay. Come on now. That’s a line straight out of chelsea’s game. Don’t tell me that you’ve played it.

Heather: Played it? I mean, I– I got to emotional warrior level 72.

Devon: Abby? What’s on your mind?

Abby: Nothing.

Devon: Really?

Abby: I was just thinking that it’s nice to see heather. I mean, she’s found her footing, you know, and she brought lucy here to be close to daniel. It’s good for a father and daughter to be close.

Devon: Yeah. It is. Why would it not be?

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Abby: When did you say lily was coming home again?

[ Knock on door ]

Nikki: Just a minute. Come in.

Audra: Your salad, as promised.

Nikki: Thanks. That was fast.

Audra: Huh, not as fast as it should have been. But you’re feeling better, I hope?

Nikki: Um, actually I’m feeling a little tired. I’m more worn out than I realized. I– I don’t know if I can make it for the full day.

Audra: You should go home. Get some rest. No, I– I can cover things here.

Nikki: Are you sure? I have a couple of meetings this afternoon.

Audra: Don’t worry about it. I’ll take care of it. You know, the most important thing is for you to recover.

Nikki: Well. All right.

Audra: Here. Take your salad.

Nikki: Oh.

Audra: Maybe you’ll feel better after you’ve eaten something.

Nikki: Yeah. Thank you. Thanks for everything.

Michael: Jordan really did one hell of a number on claire’s head. That young woman is deeply, deeply troubled.

Victoria: Well, from what she told us, she lived a pretty tragic life.

Michael: I had a hard time reconciling the scared, traumatized figure I met with the heinous act she’s being charged with.

Victoria: How is she holding up in jail?

Michael: You know, I think she’s a bit detached from the reality of it all. Clearly scared.

Cole: Oh, I would think anyone in her position would be.

Michael: She’s completely disillusioned. Feels there’s no one in her life that she could trust. Unsure of who she really is.

Victoria: Oh, what a nightmare.

Michael: I mean, claire seems to be paralyzed by the realization that someone she loved and thought loved her, her great aunt, kidnapped her at birth. Who could treat someone so cruelly? Look, in my professional opinion, if claire is sentenced, it will destroy, it will crush what’s left of her psyche. She needs psychiatric care, not a jail cell.

Cole: Listen, I know what she did is– is– is horrific and it’s unforgivable, but how much of this was coercion and grooming?

Michael: That will be up to the court to decide, but you still need to prove that she’s your daughter or not.

Cole: I have the items for a dna test.

Victoria: Does this mean that you’ll take her case?

Michael: I will. As long as the two of you are on board as well. If claire is sentenced, she is facing a huge prison term, so she needs all the help she can get. It will be a commitment from you financially and otherwise, but considering you don’t know who this girl really is…

Victoria: Um, we should get the dna results very soon.

Michael: That will clear up some things. But will it change how you feel about helping claire? Long after guests leave, viruses and bacteria linger.

Victoria: I still can’t process the fact that our daughter could still be alive and all grown up. I mean, it’s just too much for me to comprehend.

Cole: It’s– I– I’m not sure how we wrap our heads around all of this, but this young woman deserves a defense.

Victoria: Yeah. She– she deserves an attorney to work to get her out of prison and to– to get her the treatment that she needs.

Michael: Good. Then we’re all on the same page. Our defense will be based on jordan being the person to blame. She systematically crushed claire’s spirit and then brainwashed her into doing her bidding. She turned that poor girl into a monster and claire shouldn’t have to carry the blame for that.

Cole: You seem quite invested on helping her.

Michael: This is personal for me. I know how parents and parental figures can warp young minds. I had my own dark side to contend with when I was younger, so I know firsthand how destructive this sort of behavior can be. And I think anyone who hurts a kid that way should pay dearly. In this life and the next.

Devon: I’m actually not sure when lily’s coming back home. I know that charlie’s flying out from new york to spend the weekend with her and mattie.

Abby: That’s good. I mean, some family bonding time will be good. It’ll help mattie get through her trauma. I just, um– I have a feeling that daniel is going to miss lily a lot.

Daniel: Level 72. Wow, that is impressive. I mean, that takes some serious commitment to get in that deep.

Heather: Well, I had to familiarize myself with chancellor-winters content. Didn’t I? I mean, and how would i be totally effective at my new job if I didn’t do that? Besides, you have all those legal issues that you’re expecting that I need to prepare for.

Daniel: I knew it. You are a loophole lawyer, aren’t you?

Heather: Sh. In all seriousness though. I, um, I really found the game truly rewarding and challenging. I– I swear, I– I could not put it down.

Daniel: Well, that is high praise coming from you. You know, you hear it from critics, you hear it from strangers. But hearing you say it means a lot.

Heather: It was fun. And I feel like I even learned a few new things about myself in the process.

Daniel: I’m just proud that it’s taken off in ways that I never could have even imagined.

Heather: I’m proud of you too. I feel like you’ve finally found your niche in this world.

Daniel: I couldn’t agree more.

[ Phone ringing ]

Daniel: Excuse me. Oh, this is lily, I gotta take this. Excuse me. Hey. Yeah. What’s going on?

Nikki: Victor!

Victoria: Mom? Are you home?

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