Y&R Transcript Friday, December 22, 2023

Young & The Restless Transcript


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Daniel: Psh!

Danny: Yes!

Lucy: Oh, I love it.

Heather: It’s an awesome tree. It’s beautiful.

Danny: Yeah. The prettiest one I’ve seen in a long time.

Daniel: Yeah. It actually came out pretty great.

Heather: Family uh, teamwork. Family…

Lucy: Are we doing it?

Heather: Family teamwork. We’re doing it. We’re doing it. Bring it in.

Lucy: Bring it in. Bring it in.

All: Teamwork for the win.

Lucy: Thank you. Dad, this tree is beautiful. I mean, I didn’t even know that we had this many ornaments. Where did they all come from?

Danny: Well, I pulled a few boxes out of storage and mixed them with the others, and voila.

Lucy: Oh, so they’re vintage. Cool.

Danny: Yes. They’re– they’re so vintage. They’re antiques.

Heather: I love this sequin and felt santa that you made when you were a kid. There’s so much glitter.

Daniel: There is so much glitter. You have no idea. I don’t think we ever got all the glitter out of the rug. Did we?

Danny: Four years old and already an artist.

Daniel: I can’t believe you kept this all this time.

Danny: Why? I’m sentimental.

Heather: I think it’s sweet.

Lucy: I mean, guys, I can’t even remember the last time that we spent christmas eve all together.

Daniel: Well, it’s been a while.

Danny: I can’t tell you how much this means to me. All of us together. Happy, healthy, enjoying life. Calling it a miracle might be pushing it, but I don’t know, it, uh, it kind of feels that way.

Heather: Oh, come here, you old softie. That was beautiful.

[ Knock on door ]

Daniel: Ooh, I’ll get the door. Here.

Heather: What else do you have?

Danny: Okay. I got more boxes here.

Lucy: I have to hang this one up.

Phyllis: Hey!

Daniel: Merry christmas.

Summer: Merry almost christmas.

Daniel: Merry almost christmas.

Danny: This is also from the ’80s, probably 1987 or ’89.

Lucy: Oh, another vintage one.

Danny: It’s another vintage one, yes, yes.

Lauren: Hi.

Christine: Oh, my god. Thank you for bringing those. You saved me.

Lauren: Of course. Absolutely no problem.

Christine: When the owner of fenmore’s goes out of her way to hand deliver a purchase.

Lauren: Oh, well, it was my pleasure. Your selection is exquisite. Danny is going to love that.

Christine: Oh, let’s hope so.

Lauren: Uh, you and I know him pretty well and that is exactly his taste.

Christine: It is the first christmas in uh, I mean, it seems like forever since we’ve been in the same city. I– I just wanted to get him something really special.

Lauren: So, what’s going on between the two of you? Are you still in the friend zone or are you inching back together after all this time?

Abby: I am so happy that we decided to do an early dinner because we’re gonna be wrapping gifts all night. I mean dominic is gonna have so many gifts to unwrap, between all the gifts my mom got him, that we got him, lily, all of his extended family. He’s gonna be unwrapping gifts for days.

Devon: I know. He’ll probably end up just playing with the boxes.

Abby: Always.

Devon: Right.

Abby: I cannot wait to see his sweet, little face when he comes downstairs and sees all the gifts that santa left under the tree.

Devon: I’ll be sure to have the camera ready for him. It’s great ’cause he’s finally old enough to actually enjoy the holiday. You know, all the songs and the decorations, special drinks and the food that we eat.

Abby: Which reminds me, are you gonna make those seven-layer bars that you made with your grandma? I love that story about you making them for dru and neil and lily on your first christmas with them.

Devon: Yeah. I was fresh out of foster care. I didn’t have a dime to my name. I remember dru gave me money to buy gifts for everybody.

Abby: And you spent it on baking supplies.

Devon: Yeah. I wanted to share one of my traditions with them. That was the first time in my life that I felt like I was a part of a real family too.

Abby: You know, I– I couldn’t help but notice that you’ve been a little bit quiet this whole dinner.

Devon: I have? I’m sorry.

Abby: No. Don’t be sorry. I just wanna make sure you’re okay. Is something on your mind?

Devon: Ah, kinda, yeah. I didn’t really want to dump it on you for christmas. But you’re gonna find out sooner or later.

Abby: Hm. Do I even have to guess?

Devon: Mhm. Probably not. You already know it’s about tucker.

Tucker: No, it’s not a scandal, unless you make it one. No, that’s not a quote. God, don’t you people take time off for the holidays? Okay. You want a quote? Here’s a quote. Bah freaking humbug.

Summer: Ah, good to see you guys.

Lucy: So good to see you. Merry christmas.

Summer: Merry christmas. Thank you.

Danny: Wow. Santa must be exhausted.

Phyllis: Oh, well, maybe I overdid it.

Danny: Hey, if you’re gonna go big, now’s the time, right?

Phyllis: Yeah. Well you know, I’m a sucker for christmas. Last minute shopping?

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Abby: Oh, wait a second. There were emails? I have been so busy today that I haven’t checked my phone.

Devon: Oh, yeah. It’s everywhere. It’s ugly.

Abby: So, not only did the company cover up abuse, I mean, then they left evidence of it? You would think that tucker would be smarter than that.

Devon: Yeah. You’d think so. Maybe his time at the ashram made him lose his edge. And it’s business 101 that you be transparent and you own up to your mistakes ’cause covering things up just always makes you look worse.

Abby: As soon as tucker found out, he should have apologized. He should have condemned the artist that targeted the teenage girls and the people who let it happen. It would have been one news cycle, but now it’s this huge mess.

Devon: Tell me about it. Although, I haven’t heard his side of the story.

Abby: Do you even want to?

Christine: When paul and I broke up, danny was incredibly supportive. And since then, things have evolved, we’ve gotten reacquainted. But beyond that, it is too soon to tell.

Lauren: But, the gift that you chose for him is, uh, far more personal than you would give just an old pal. Wouldn’t you agree?

Christine: What’s going on is– is something good. The way I feel when I’m with him. You know what? I don’t want to jinx this.

Lauren: Since when are you superstitious?

Christine: Oh, here’s michael.

Lauren: All right. I want a full report after–

Michael: Hello, my lovely bride.

Lauren: Hello.

Michael: Hello, christine.

Christine: How are you?

Michael: Couldn’t be better. And by the way, you two ladies look absolutely ravishing.

Lauren: Why thank you.

Christine: Really? Because I was about to pull out one of those ugly christmas sweaters.

Lauren: Oh, they are very much on trend right now. I’m not making it up.

Christine: Well, you would know. Um, okay, guys, I’m gonna leave you here. Christmas eve.

Michael: Oh, where are you off to? Some big holiday function?

Christine: Um, I am going over to daniel’s to give danny his present. And uh, beyond that, well, you just never know.

Lauren: Whoa. Okay.

Michael: Really?

Lauren: Well, good luck and uh, to be continued.

Christine: Thank you.

Michael: Bye.

Christine: Merry christmas.

Danny: This is good.

Lucy: You made this eggnog?

Daniel: Mm-hmm. It’s easy. Everybody knows it’s just eggs and nog. And homemade always tastes better.

Heather: Well, it is delicious. I’m impressed.

Phyllis: My son, he has many talents.

Daniel: Yes. Well, I’m not quite at the old man’s sauce status yet, but…

Danny: It’s good to have goals.

Summer: Ooh, you’ve got to get him to make you his chicken marsala with mashed potatoes. It is so good.

Lucy: Okay, dad. The pressure is on. What are you cooking for tomorrow’s christmas dinner?

Daniel: Ooh, I haven’t really thought about that yet.

Lucy: Ah, frozen pizza it is then.

Heather: Um, we could all just do a potluck and then– and then not one person is stuck doing the whole dinner and we would have more time to have fun and hang out. We could– we could even do games like we used to.

Daniel: Charades?

Lucy: Yes.

Phyllis: Okay, good. Nicely done. Nicely done.

Danny: I’m a fan of the hanging out and having fun agenda. That’s something we haven’t done in a long time together.

Summer: Well, I know what we should do. We should do what everybody does on thanksgiving and go around and say what we’re all grateful for this christmas.

Phyllis: Do you want to do that now?

Summer: Yeah. Yeah. Why not?

Daniel: Well, that’s easy for me. I mean, I’ve got good friends. A job that I love doing. A new place and, uh, well, I don’t have to fly halfway around the world to see my favorite kid anymore.

Lucy: Okay. Your only kid.

Summer: All right. Mine’s easy too. Um, despite pretty much a whole year of chaos, I’m grateful that my mom is back among the living.

Daniel: Mm. I probably should have led with that. I’m very grateful that you’re here with us. Especially today.

Phyllis: Ah, you guys…

Danny: Phyllis, are you getting misty-eyed?

Phyllis: Maybe a little. I’m really grateful to be here. I really am. And I’m grateful to my brilliant lawyer who made sure that I was among the living and not in some prison cell anywhere.

Heather: Of course. I filed a few motions and you did the hard part.

Lucy: So, mom, what are you grateful for?

Heather: Well, um, like– like danny said that– that we’re all happy and healthy. And– and– and every one of us is doing so well. I mean, you get to be with your kids again. You– you two get fresh starts. And you get to be here for daniel and– and for lucy and me. And there is truly nothing more special than having your family close.

Danny: That’s right. That and love are pretty much all we need.

Daniel: Okay. That was just plain corny.

Danny: Uh son, have you forgotten that I am the king of corn?

Daniel: And damn proud of it, apparently.

Danny: I am. That’s true.

Phyllis: Hey listen, corny or not, it’s the truth. I feel the same way.

Lucy: Yeah. I mean, dad, don’t be cynical.

Summer: Yes. Listen to your daughter. She’s giving you good advice.

Daniel: Okay. Clearly, I can see that I’m outnumbered here. So… to family and love.

Danny: Amen.

Heather: To family and their love.

Danny: Ching, ching. Oh… stuffed up again?

Michael: What’s going on there?

Lauren: Between danny and christine? Too early to tell or so she says.

Michael: Yeah, the sparkle in her eyes, dead giveaway.

Lauren: I know. Those two just gravitate to each other whenever they’re both free.

Michael: Kismet.

Lauren: You know, I don’t think she ever got over her first love.

Michael: Well, I wish her all the luck. That split with paul had to be painful. Whatever gets christine smiling again, I’m all for it. But the big question is… how do I get you smiling?

Lauren: Oh, me? My smile is permanent.

Michael: Blatant lie before your morning coffee, but I’ll allow it.

Lauren: Okay. You’re right. And, uh, what time do we need to be at chloe and kevin’s?

Michael: Uh, any time after seven.

Lauren: Mm. We have hours then.

Michael: Which means I get my christmas wish. Private time with my irresistible wife before the holiday mayhem begins.

Lauren: Ah, I like the sound of that.

Michael: Mm. Well. Hold. You can open this one now.

Lauren: Oh, yes.

Michael: In fact, you have to open it because it’s time-sensitive.

Lauren: Hm. Whatever could it be?

Michael: One way to find out. Open it.

Lauren: Ooh, a room key. Is this for our favorite suite?

Michael: But of course. I will see you there in 10 minutes.

Lauren: But you know, sweetheart. Sweetheart. I thought I saw another present in there. No.

Michael: If there is indeed another president, you’ll have to wait ’til we’re alone.

Lauren: Well, are you sure you just wanna leave it here for safekeeping?

Michael: See you there.

Devon: I mean, I feel like I should at least hear tucker’s side of the story before I condemn him completely.

Abby: And what could he possibly say that would make it any better?

Devon: Uh, probably nothing. Just know that I’ll be disappointed in him, one more time. So, what’s new?

Abby: Hey. I’m so sorry that all of this had to come out now. We should be happy and joyful and celebrating.

Devon: It’s okay. Don’t be sorry. It’s not gonna change anything about our celebration. I’m too excited to be spending our first christmas together in our new home.

Abby: Mm. I can’t wait.

Devon: No, me neither. And I promise you, this is going to be the best christmas we’ve ever had in our lives.

Dashing through the snow

in a one-horse open sleigh

o’er the fields we go

laughing all the way

ha, ha, ha

bells on bobtails ring

making spirits bright

what fun it is

to ride and sing

a sleighing song tonight

oh, jingle bells

jingle bells

jingle all the way

oh, what fun it is to ride

in a one-horse open sleigh


jingle bells, jingle bells

jingle all the way

oh, what fun it is to ride

in a one-horse open sleigh

Danny: Oh, yes! One more time. Faster.

Dashing through the snow (vo) get in the holiday spirit

Lauren: Hello, you two.

Abby: Lauren, hi.

Devon: Hey. How are you?

Abby: Happy christmas eve. What brings you by? As if we didn’t already know.

Lauren: Oh?

Devon: Yeah. We saw michael running upstairs with a big smile on his face.

Abby: Is he still that romantic after all these years?

Lauren: Uh, looks like I’m going to find out.

Abby: It’s a surprise? Even better.

Devon: Nice. I like his style.

Lauren: Uh, me too. And if I don’t see you guys in the next few days, have the most wonderful holiday.

Abby: You too. Tell michael we said hi.

Lauren: I will do that.

Devon: It’s good to see you.

Lauren: Good to see you. Bye.

Devon and abby: Bye.

Tucker: Oh, looking festive.

Lauren: ‘Tis the season.

Tucker: Hi. Merry christmas.

Devon: It’s probably not that merry for you, given what just hit the internet.

Tucker: Hm.

[ Michael growling ]

Lauren: Ooh, champagne. Lovely.

Michael: We’re celebrating.

Lauren: Yes. Christmas comes but once a year.

Michael: I’d say we have much more than a holiday to raise a glass to.

Lauren: So, let’s the– let the private festivities begin.

Jingle bells

jingle all the way

oh, what fun it is to ride

in a one-horse open sleigh


jingle bells, jingle bells

Danny: Cricket. This is a surprise.

Christine: Well, that was the plan. Sorry to interrupt.

Danny: No. You’re not interrupting at all. This is wonderful. Come in. Come on, join us. Please.

Christine: I didn’t mean to walk in on your family gathering.

Danny: Oh, hey, it was nothing planned. I mean, heather came and, you know, helped daniel and lucy trim the tree. And then I was on my way out, they roped me into helping. And then phyllis and summer showed up with presents for everyone and now you’re here. It’s the perfect christmas eve.

Christine: I just came over to uh, drop off a gift, for you.

Danny: Oh, wow.

Phyllis: My goodness. Well, danny is a special one for everybody, isn’t he? A mystery!

Announcer: The young and the restless will continue.

Devon: When I heard that you covered up for a sleazy artist, I was surprised at first. And then I quickly wasn’t because it’s you. But would you care to, I don’t know, explain your side of the story or…

Tucker: Yeah.

Devon: Yeah?

Tucker: Well, may I?

Devon: Yeah, sure.

Tucker: First of all, I didn’t cover up that guy’s actions with that girl. Um, nor would I ever do such a thing. Uh, when I found out about it, he was already in jail. Um, so what I did was I– I cut ties with him. I voided his contract and um, I fired everyone responsible for keeping him on the tour instead of having him arrested. What I did cover-up, however, was the team’s unscrupulous actions. And I did so because I felt I had to protect the business.

Abby: Of course. Yeah. Because profit margins mean more than common decency.

Devon: Well, they do to him.

Abby: All you had to do was hold a press conference. Tell the whole story. All the sordid details. Condemn those actions. Say that you were disgusted by things that happened in your absence. But you didn’t do that, did you?

Tucker: No, I didn’T. And I readily admit that I could have handled it differently.

Devon: That’s it? That’s all you got?

Tucker: Well, what do you want me to say? I screwed up, devon. Yes, I should have known that it would eventually come out and that it would make me look pretty bad.

Devon: That’s what you care about? Is how it makes you look? Not that what you did was reprehensible because it’s like there’s no such thing as right or wrong to you. Which is why you’re always caught up in a lie or a scandal. But these are your issues and it’s the holidays, so abby and I don’t really have time for it.

Lauren: The, uh, elves have outdone themselves.

Michael: Well, I wanted our time together to be extra special.

Lauren: Well, you know what? It’s perfect, so far.

Michael: Hm. You have sharp eyes, my love. I do indeed have another gift for you. But first.

Danny: So we finished the show, dead tired, okay? It’s one of those seven cities in eight nights kind of thing, you know. You know what it was like back then, right. Constantly on tour.

Christine: You were in such high demand.

Phyllis: Some things never change.

Danny: Anyway, it’s christmas eve and all the band and I want to do is check into a hotel, order room service, and get some real sleep.

Heather: The glamorous life of a rock star.

Danny: Exactly. Okay. But there’s a little problem here. You see this town, which was, I don’t know, all of about 3,000 people, had one hotel and it was completely sold out. Yeah. Our tour manager neglected to make a reservation and the nearest big city was several hours down the road.

Summer: What did you do?

Danny: Well, we either sleep on the bus…

Lucy: On christmas eve?

Danny: Hey, you do what you gotta do. But anyway, the promoters, they found out what happened and they offered us a place to stay. Yeah. The band, the crew, the roadies, the drivers, background singers, and me. And, uh, yeah, they split us up and made calls and found us all places to stay.

Heather: Did they find enough beds for everyone?

Danny: Oh, yeah. Beds, couches, cots, air mattresses. But best of all…

Christine: Yeah. It was a horse barn with a tack house attached, right? There were no rooms left at the inn, so danny had to sleep in a stable on christmas eve.

Lucy: Okay. You are totally making that up.

Danny: Actually…

Phyllis: You know, it’s so funny because the way that danny always told me the story was that it was a converted barn. It was really nice. All the amenities and with a car collection, I think. You’re– I, you just make it sound like it’s donkeys and sheep and camel milling about.

Christine: Don’t embellish, phyllis.

Danny: Well, uh, actually the roadies, they’re the ones that stayed in the tack house. Not me. Yeah, I was offered though, a lumpy purple futon in someone’s basement. And I tell you, I was really glad to be there.

Christine: I always thought that it was you–

Phyllis: Well, I guess you thought wrong, right?

Daniel: You know what? I– I am going to side with my daughter here. Um, I don’t believe that most of that really happened. Are you sure that it did?

Danny: Okay. All right. I was there, all right? So, let’s just assume that I’m right and I remember the story how it went down and where I slept christmas eve. That’s it.

Heather: Where there were donkeys.

Danny: No, that was another holiday.

Christine: Oh, wait a second. Either way, it is fun to think about the past, but I think it’s even more special to think about the present and the future.

Phyllis: Oh, sometimes the past shapes us, you know?

Christine: Only if you learn from it.


Michael: Well, merry christmas, darling.

Lauren: You’re so sweet. Oh, michael.

Michael: Go ahead. Open it. It’s your favorite color, sparkly.

Lauren: Ooh, I love sparkly.

[ Lauren gasping ] Oh, my darling. Oh, it’s beautiful.

Michael: Lauren fenmore, would you do me the honor of making me the happiest man in the world, a second time, by agreeing to marry me all over again?

Lauren: Oh, my love. Hold that thought.

Tucker: Thank you. I really appreciate your assessment of my flaws as a human being. I’ll give it some thought. Uh, but since you mentioned the holidays, I still have those gifts for dominic. How would you like to handle that? I know you’re not so keen on having me there on christmas eve. May I come by later to deliver them personally? Or would you like me to just leave them on the porch?

Devon: You can come by and you can drop off some gifts. And I’m only saying that because I know dominic would probably like to see you.

Tucker: I’m very grateful to you both for making a concession for me.

Devon: Well, you’re welcome. But I don’t want you to read too much into this because this is not an invitation for you and I to have a relationship. I’ve made it clear, it’s not what I want. But at the same time, I’m not going to penalize our son for enjoying his time with you.

Tucker: All right. That’s fine. I’ll take what I can get.

Devon: Okay. Well, have a good night.

Tucker: Yeah. You too. See you.

Devon: Did I just make the wrong decision?

[ Indistinct chatter ]

Summer: Um, mom, it– it’s past four.

Phyllis: Mm-hmm. So, what?

Summer: We’re meeting dad at the club for dinner.

Phyllis: We have plenty of time.

Summer: Come on, mom. I know how you are getting ready for an event and I’m like that too. So let’s, uh…

Phyllis: Let’s go.

Heather: You know what? I hate to say it, I have to– I have to go too. I told dad I would call him in lisbon and, uh, he gets up so early.

Lucy: Yeah, because he wakes up early. He gets up at like dawn. It’s ridiculous.

Heather: He does. So he like, goes to bed early. It’s a whole thing, so I gotta.

Daniel: Yeah. Well, lucky for you, I plan on sleeping in tomorrow and since you’re staying here, there will be no getting up early.

Lucy: Excellent.

Heather: Pick you up at 10?

Daniel: Ooh, uh-uh.

Lucy: Um, better make it 11.

Heather: 11? Okay. Is that– is that possible?

Daniel: Better.

Heather: Okay. All right. Okay, I love you.

Lucy: I love you.

Heather: Okay.

Lucy: Bye-bye, mom.

Heather: Bye, sweetie. I love you. I love you. I love you. Um, thank you, daniel.

Daniel: Mm-hmm.

Lucy: Okay.

Heather: Okay.

Lucy: Bye.

Daniel: Yup.

Heather: I love you.

[ Indistinct chatter ]

Danny: I, uh, I hate to see the party break up. It’s been so good being with you all. I’ve enjoyed every minute of it.

Phyllis: Back at ya.

Daniel: You know, I’m gonna walk everyone to their cars.

Danny: Yeah, I’m gonna– I’m gonna join you. I’ll be right back, okay?

Phyllis: And are you coming, christine?

Christine: Uh, not just yet. Tell nick merry christmas from me, will you?

Summer: Yeah, we will. We’ll do that. Um, thanks. Come on.

[ Indistinct chatter ] A first child can be stressful.

Lauren: Before I answer your question…

Michael: Oh, the plot thickens.

Lauren: One great surprise deserves another. Michael baldwin… would you make me the happiest woman on the face of the planet and marry me all over again?

[ Michael chuckling ]

Michael: You didn’t?

Lauren: What are the odds?

Michael: Pretty good when you think about it. We are of one mind, you and I. And by the way, yes. Yes. 1,000 times, yes.

Lauren: I will take your 1,000 times and I will raise you 10. Here. Ah.

Michael: Hold on. Hold on.

Lauren: Let me remove my ring.

Michael: Perfect fit.

Lauren: Yes.

Phyllis: Hey.

Summer: Hey. Um, dad just called.

Phyllis: What’s wrong?

Summer: Um, he said that there’s some big family issue that he has to deal with.

Phyllis: All right. Do you know if it has to do with christian?

Summer: No. Christian’s fine. I– I asked that, but he wouldn’t give me any more details, but he’s gonna miss our dinner.

Phyllis: Oh, okay. Well, I– I’m sorry, I know you’re disappointed.

Summer: Yeah. I’m actually more worried than disappointed. He really did not sound good. Mom, I think that I need to go over there. I’m so sorry. Do you mind?

Phyllis: No, of course not.

Summer: Okay. I’m gonna see you tomorrow.

Phyllis: Yeah, for sure. All right. Call me if you need me.

Summer: I will.

Phyllis: All right.

Abby: Look, you know that I’m not crazy about dominic having a relationship with tucker. My gut has been telling me to keep tucker away since he got back in genoa city and I should have just listened.

Devon: Because of how he treated your mom?

Abby: For starters. But look, I get where you’re coming from and I know that he’s your dad and it’s probably better that he sees dominic under our supervision. That way, he won’t find another way to see him.

Devon: Yeah. Well, how about we make this the last time we mention tucker mccall for today.

Abby: Yes.

Devon: Because it is christmas eve and I want this holiday to be about you and me and dominic.

Tucker: Hey, phyllis.

Phyllis: Hey.

Tucker: No, wait a minute. What are you doing? Are you meeting somebody? You alone on christmas eve?

Phyllis: Uh, no, I’m not alone. I mean, I spent the whole day with my kids and it was lovely. Amazing.

Tucker: Good for you.

Phyllis: Yeah. You know, uh, I was supposed to have dinner with, um, with summer and nick. Nick.

Tucker: Yeah.

Phyllis: And uh, something happened with nick’s family, so he had to– he had to leave. Um, and summer went to go check on him because something happened to his family. Ah, I said that– anyway, I– I’m, you know, my plans for tonight are nonexistent now.

Tucker: Oh, well, let me buy you a drink then.

Danny: You know, daniel and lucy would probably bring us some takeout if we asked them. Or, I’ve got a lovely bottle of wine in the kitchen if you’re interested.

Christine: Well, that sounds amazing, but first I want you to open this.

Danny: Oh, well all right. Okay. Oh, cricket.

Christine: I know how you like a good robe.

Danny: Is this silk?

Christine: Yeah. Lauren can acquire these really rare items and sell them through her vintage collection, so according to the auction house, this was once owned by brian ferry.

Danny: You’re kidding? Wow. It is so elegant.

Christine: Yes.

Danny: Sophisticated.

Christine: Yes. Try it on. Come on.

Danny: Yeah?

Christine: Yeah.

Danny: Okay. All right. Here it goes.

Christine: Okay.

Danny: Okay. How’s that?

Christine: Oh, yes.

Danny: Yes.

Christine: I knew it would look perfect on you.

Danny: Thank you.

Christine: You’re welcome.

Danny: Thank you so very much. Okay. All right. I– let me see, have something for you.

Christine: Well.

Danny: Yeah. It’s okay. Uh, you can open it. You know, I won’t tell santa.

Christine: Oh, danny.

Danny: Do you remember this? I got you one on our honeymoon. That little boutique in wailea.

Christine: Yeah. Yeah, I remember.

Danny: Yeah. And then, a couple of years later, the, um, the airline lost the suitcase that it was in on the trip to cabo and…

Christine: Yeah. I was– I was heartbroken. That was my– my favorite bracelet. I wore it all the time.

Danny: Well, guess what? It looks like the universe has brought you another one. And you know what? They put it right under my nose so that I could see it while I was out there shopping.

Christine: Thank you. I– I– I love it. You… you couldn’t have given me a more meaningful gift.

Melody: Home is where the heart is.

Jason: And you, our viewers…

Jess: Are the heart of the y&r family.

Melissa: Thank you so much…

Eileen: For welcoming us into your homes.

Both: May your holidays be merry and bright.

Sean: Whether you’ve been naughty…

Bryton: Or nice.

Eric: From all of us at the young and the restless, we wish you all the best this entire holiday season.

Announcer: Next week on the young and the restless…

Michael: At the stroke of midnight, you will be my one and only wife, all over again.

Lauren: It’s inspired.

Phyllis: There’s something between us now. You feel it too. I know you do. I mean, what do you have to lose?

Nikki: Jordan?

Jordan: Hello, nikki. So glad you could make it.

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