Y&R Transcript Thursday, January 25, 2024

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Summer: I mean, I am just loving this new dress collection. The fitted bodice, and then how it flares out at the waist. It just evokes such a carefree feeling.

Chelsea: And the sheer fabric and floral patterns are going to be the hottest ticket for the spring-summer collection.

Summer: We need to get marketing on this right away. I say that we reach out to a few of the top fashion magazines, give them a sneak peek. What do you think?

Chelsea: I think someone is in a very good mood today.

Summer: I have to admit, my life has taken a favorable turn for a change.

Chelsea: A favorable romantic turn, perhaps?

Chance: Hey, before we get into this meeting, I want to take a moment and I want to thank you.

Billy: You’re very welcome. For what?

Chance: Well, for taking me under your wing. Showing me the ropes around here, really. My transition into this whole world has been a lot smoother than I expected because of you.

Billy: Well, I’m old enough to remember you were not very excited about me being your mentor.

Chance: When I’m wrong, I am wrong and I’m willing to admit it.

Billy: That’s a good trait. You should keep that. Look, the truth is, Chance, you’ve made it easy. You’re observant. You pick up on the nuances. That’s a good thing. I think all that detective training is actually coming into good use.

Chance: Maybe, maybe. I also think when you spend a lifetime around something, it sort of seeps into your DNA. Now, I’ve got a new direction for my life. On several fronts.

Audra: Thank you.

Nate: Why, hello there. Having a little lunch?

Audra: As long as it’s in a glass.

Nate: What’s wrong?

Audra: Look, I’m fine. Okay, maybe not so fine.

Nate: Okay, um, what happened?

Audra: My plans to take over Jabot got blown sky high.

Nate: Why am I not surprised? And you shouldn’t be surprised either. You hooked your wagon to a scheme with Tucker McCall. How did you think that was–

Audra: Okay, spare me the lecture.

Nate: Why would you think you even had a shot at a powerhouse corporation like Jabot? Now, Tucker’s left you hanging out in the cold, hasn’t he?

Abby: Hello? Devon, I’m over here.

Devon: Sorry.

Abby: Daniel and Heather seem to have your full attention.

Devon: Yeah, they do. Is it just me or do you get a vibe between them that’s a little more than friendly?

Abby: It’s not just you. I’ve sensed it before.

Devon: Really?

Abby: But we can’t assume anything, right?

Devon: I mean, I can.

Abby: I’m sure it’s nothing big. They share a history and a child together.

Devon: Yeah, I know that’s true, but…

Abby: But, yeah, exactly. Do you think there’s something more going on?

Heather: Okay. Daniel, what is it? Are you, um, are you feeling self-conscious because Devon and Abby are here?

Daniel: Well, it’s a little awkward.

Heather: We’re not doing anything wrong. We’re just having lunch.

Daniel: I don’t think we can necessarily say that we’re not doing anything wrong. I mean, come on. This is an extension. This is a follow-up to what we did back at my place.

Heather: Right. So, what are you saying now that we’re back in the real world? You regret what we did?

Devon: Ever since Heather’s moved back to town, it’s been really hard to believe that Daniel doesn’t still have feelings for her. Because, I mean, that’s– that was the love of his life. And Lily told me that he was a wreck when she broke up with him and moved out of the country.

Abby: Well, it’s hard not to notice how much time they’ve been spending together. Especially with Lily being out of town.

Devon: I know.

Abby: How serious are things between Lily and Daniel?

Devon: I don’t– I don’t know exactly. I don’t think they’re madly in love with each other or anything like that. But he did move into her building. I thought that was pretty intense. You don’t usually do something like that if you plan on dating around. But, they haven’t put a label on their relationship. I just hope that he’s not playing games with Lily’s emotions again.

Daniel: I want to be clear about something.

Heather: Okay.

Daniel: I do not regret what happened between us. I mean, we still have something powerful and special. And that wasn’t me testing the waters. I mean, if I didn’t feel the way that I did, I wouldn’t have taken things as far as we did. Look, we were both there and it was…

Heather: Wonderful.

Daniel: Yes, it was. It– it is. I mean, you said you felt like it was meant to be. I don’t feel like you’re wrong.

Heather: Now, what matters is if and how we move forward. And I get that some part of you may– may be conflicted.

Daniel: Yes, Heather. A part of me is conflicted. I don’t want to feel like this guy. I’m not the guy that cheats.

Heather: Then don’t think of yourself as that guy. Think of yourself as the guy that is just about to get back everything that he lost.

Daniel: You know, all those years that we spent together, all that time raising Lucy, being there for each other when it all fell apart because of me. I had basically given up hope on us. You know, especially after you told me you were dating this other guy. Up until that point, everything that I did was to try and win you back. Obviously, I had to do it for myself. Obviously, I had to do it for Lucy, too. You know, there was no way around that, but you had moved on. And Lily, she was the person that helped me get through that.

Heather: Okay. Daniel, just tell me this. Do you and Lily share the same magic that we do?

Daniel: You know, today was incredible. It was– it was amazing. But can we do this again? I mean, can we do this again without screwing it up? Because… I don’t think either one of us can go through that again.

Billy: So, let me ask you a question, then. You’ve spent almost your entire life avoiding the corporate shark tank, yet here you are. And yeah, there’s an element of danger in this business, but it’s nothing compared to the real danger of law enforcement. You miss it out there?

Chance: Well, let me put it like this. When I wake up in the morning, I think about Chancellor-Winters. When I go to sleep at night, Chancellor-Winters. And the juices are already flowing, all right? I feel like I already have some good ideas.

Billy: New horizons. That’s a gift, to wake up inspired, to hit the ground running every morning.

Chance: Yeah, I’m totally feeling that.

Billy: Well, from my perspective, this was absolutely the right move for you. And for Chancellor-Winters and now that we’ve got our corporate leadership in place, this company’s going to thrive like never before.

Chance: I’m all in.

Billy: That’s great. Happy to hear that. So, why don’t you fill me in on the rest of it?

Chance: The rest of what?

Billy: You mentioned these new directions. Now, I know things ended with Sharon, but it’s important to have a work-life balance. So, is your personal life in as good a shape as your professional one?

Chelsea: So… this romantic turn of events, does it involve Chance, perhaps?

Summer: Maybe. But I want you to know that I had nothing to do with his and Sharon’s breakup. That happened all on its own. It had nothing to do with me.

Chelsea: No, I know. I– I’m not implying anything.

Summer: I mean, I know that it might seem a little bit fast, and Chance was shocked by the breakup. But then we started spending more time together and…

Chelsea: It must be going well because I’ve not seen you this cheerful in a very long time.

Summer: I am, aren’t I? I think that I forgot what this feeling was like or… I don’t know, maybe I thought that I outgrew it or something. But I seriously cannot wait to see what happens next. And we’re actually getting a late lunch today, and I’m excited just thinking about it.

Chelsea: Aw, you have the butterflies. I get it. It’s the best feeling ever. I’m actually going to see Billy for lunch soon, too.

Summer: Okay, so I’m not totally alone in this?

Chelsea: No, you’re not alone at all. I’m actually going to swing by and get him at Chancellor-Winters. You should come with me. We might as well go together.

Audra: Spare me the judgy tone, okay? I genuinely thought I could control the situation with good reason.

Nate: Oh, yeah? And, uh, what reason was that?

Audra: Tucker McCall. He’s as savvy as they come, and he has won a lot more battles than he’s lost. And Jabot is no more invincible than any other company. There’s always a way in.

Nate: Oh, you think so, do you?

Audra: If anyone could pull off a takeover, my money’s on Tucker. And it was a good plan. I had every reason to believe that it would be a successful and lucrative outcome.

Nate: And yet, it clearly didn’t work out for you.

Audra: Unfortunately, Tucker let his fixation on Ashley cause him to make some bad decisions. He let his personal concerns affect his professional decisions. I tried to warn him the whole deal could implode, but did he listen? No.

Nate: Don’t you think you’re much better off not being tied to the likes of Tucker McCall? Without trying to forcefully take over one of the world’s most prominent brands, owned by one of the country’s most powerful families?

Audra: It could have been done and it would have been amazing.

Nate: You don’t need schemes and corporate backstabbing to succeed, Audra. You’re talented and smart enough without all of that. Besides, you must be solid at Newman Media to have survived this long, with Nikki herself no less. Not an easy thing to do in that tight-knit environment.

Audra: Look, I’m not sure that’s gonna last. I may have overstepped with Nikki and blown the whole thing up.

Nate: Did Nikki somehow catch wind of your plans to jump ship for Jabot?

Audra: Hardly. There’s no way she could have found that out.

Nate: Then, it sounds like something else must have gone wrong.

Audra: You know, why should I confide in you anyway? You hate the Newmans. Don’t you think it would be counterproductive for me to expect any support or compassion from you?

Nate: Hold on, hold on. I may hate the way things ended with Victor, but I certainly don’t hate that family. And I still consider you a friend, right? Now, why would I try to sabotage either one of you? Is this about Nikki’s sobriety?

Billy: And then we can decide where we want to put it.

Chelsea: Hi.

Billy: Oh, hi, hello. Look at you, look at you.

Chelsea: Well, I thought I’d pick you up for our lunch date.

Summer: Hi. And since we had plans, I thought I’d meet you here.

Chance: Gosh, how lucky are we? Two beautiful ladies coming to take us to lunch.

Billy: Why don’t we go together?

Chelsea: Well, maybe they don’t want us to crash their lunch.

Chance: You wouldn’t be crashing, would they, Summer?

Summer: No, no, of course not. Let’s do it.

Billy: Great. Table for four it is.

Heather: I am not afraid, Daniel. I’m not– I’m not worried that we won’t make it or that failing would break us. Okay? We have an entire future ahead of us. We only took a pause from it. And now, we can get it back as a couple and as a family. I really, really believe that. Can you?

Daniel: Yeah. I mean, part of me does, you know. Even though, I’ve watched it all fall apart before. See, I– I look at you, though, and I just– I feel…

Heather: But Lily.

Daniel: The last thing I want to do is hurt her. I’d hate for Devon to say something to her before I get the chance to speak with her. I think that it has to come from me.

Heather: I agree. I think that’s what you have to do. You have to tell her yourself.

Daniel: Wow. You know, after everything that we’ve been through, I didn’t think in a million years that there was going to be another chance for us.

Heather: I swear, Daniel, when I came back to Genoa City, getting back together with you was not part of my plan.

Daniel: Mm. I’m not so sure about that.

Abby: You know what I think?

Devon: I’d love to know what you think.

Abby: I think we just need to let this play out and see what happens. Because maybe it’s nothing. Maybe they are just two parents reconnecting. And they’re spending more time together because they’re helping Lucy readjust to a new city.

Devon: Well, I’d like to think that I’m pretty good at reading people. And if I’m picking up on something and you’re picking up on the same thing, it’s a little hard to ignore.

Abby: Okay, but whatever’s going on between Daniel and Lily and Heather, it’s going to happen whether we get involved or not.

Devon: Yeah, I don’t like the sound of that.

Abby: I know. But Lily is a grown woman. And I love how protective you are of her, but this is their issue to resolve.

Devon: I don’t like the sound of that either.

Abby: I understand. But hey, why don’t we get back to talking about me and my bright new future on the Chancellor-Winters board?

Heather: Do you really believe that I came back here with the sole intention just to seduce you? To woo you back into bed?

Daniel: I, um… No, I mean, I don’t think that you had any kind of agenda, but… a lot has changed, you know?

Heather: Yeah, like you became the man I love again.

Daniel: Yes, there is that. You know, the relationship with the guy in Lisbon fell apart. Lucy wanted to move back here. And I’m sure she would be thrilled at the idea of having her parents back together again. So, it’s easy for me to see you possibly thinking, what if?

Heather: Okay, I can’t deny that. I mean, the more time that we spend together, the more I think about how it used to be. But can you blame me?

Daniel: You know, when you and Lucy left Savannah, I couldn’t believe that I’d lost you. And everything changed for me. I felt like my whole world was spinning out of control.

Heather: Walking away from you was the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do.

Daniel: You know, every day, I thought, “What if I could do it all over again?” You know, what would I do different? How could I be better? How could I be more loving? What could I do to make it up to you and… I don’t know. Once it became painfully obvious that there was no longer any room for me in your life, I had to figure out how to get past all that and how to move on. But, still, every now and then, you know, I would hear that voice creep back in my head. What if I had it to do over again? And, I mean, right now that voice is just screaming louder and louder.

Heather: We can be magic again, Daniel. We just need to give ourselves the chance.

Audra: You know Nikki’s been drinking?

Nate: I actually witnessed it myself. I was alarmed because she had been sober for many years. But, she assured me she was getting help. Is she struggling to maintain control despite running Newman Media? Is that what you’re referring to?

Audra: I saw the signs. You know, my– my father was an alcoholic. He, uh, struggled with it his whole life. I tried to take care of him. But uh, that’s how I became an expert at knowing what to look for.

Nate: Wow. I’m sorry to hear that. That disease can destroy whole families, unfortunately.

Audra: Maybe I shouldn’t have said anything. You know, I told Nikki I knew about her history with the disease, about my father and I offered her my support. At first, I thought we bonded and that I could reach out to her as someone who understood and wanted to help. You know, but now I’m afraid that in the cool light of day, I may have overplayed my hand.

Nate: Isn’t it possible that maybe you’re overthinking this, just a bit?

Audra: I’m not so sure. I never should have revealed so much about myself. Having me around might make her uncomfortable and constantly on her guard, knowing my particular experience with her problem.

Nate: Okay, I guess that’s possible. Did she give you any indication that she feels that way?

Audra: Not really. But from now on, I think I just need to keep things purely professional. Just focus on doing the best job I can and staying out of anything personal. Do you think I screwed up by being so transparent with Nikki and offering my support?

Billy: Well, this was a good idea if I do say so myself.

Summer: I say so too.

Chance: Yeah, Billy’s got one or two good ideas up his sleeve. I’ve been learning so much from this guy, just watching him maneuver around the office.

Summer: I’m sure you brought a few maneuvers of your own.

Chance: Maybe a few, but I’m learning from the master.

Billy: That’s a good answer. That right there is exactly what’s going to make him a successful executive.

Chelsea: Well, here’s to Chance and his exciting new career.

Billy: Hear, hear.

Chance: Thank you.

Chelsea: Cheers, guys. This is a lot of fun. We should do it again sometime soon.

Chance: That depends. Do I get a corporate card?

Billy: Yes, you do, and the next one is on you.

Summer: Okay, great. I am starving. Should we order?

Chance: Yeah.

Summer: Have you had the spicy jambalaya yet? It’s fire in the best way.

Chance: I don’t think you can handle that kind of heat.

Summer: Oh, don’t challenge me to a chili eating contest. I would destroy you.

Billy: Sorry to interrupt, but Chance, did you get an opportunity to look at that analysis on the company that we’re looking to invest in?

Chance: Yeah, I did. I wanted to go through that with you one more time. I had some questions about the projected ROI.

Billy: That’s good. That’s exactly the right question to ask. Buying an established brand is always a little bit tricky. You know, there’s always going to be changes, but you don’t want so many changes that it’s going to turn off existing customers in order to get new ones.

Chance: You must’ve faced that when you bought out Marchetti. How’d you manage it?

Nate: Don’t you think you’re being a little paranoid yourself?

Audra: You know, maybe Nikki’s not thinking that way now, but I can see how this could go. If she keeps drinking, she won’t want me around knowing I can see right through her. Suddenly, she won’t need me in meetings. She’ll delegate to someone else, so she can keep me at a distance. Even if she stays absolutely sober, she’ll know I have a weakness. She’ll see me as flawed and not completely professional. She’ll know what my buttons are.

Nate: It really is painful for you, isn’t it?

Audra: Losing my credibility at work? It’s hell.

Nate: I mean the alcoholism. You’ve been traumatized by it before.

Audra: My point is, even if she sobers up again, Nikki’s drinking is not going to end well for me.

Daniel: Yeah, yeah, this is what we both want. I mean, this is what we deserve. This is what I have wanted since the day you left. A chance to get back what we lost.

Heather: It was never really lost. It was always right here. Just waiting for when the real you came back to us.

Daniel: Oh, my God. Can you believe this is actually happening, hm? Look, I want to be as honest and as upfront as I can about this, with everyone. The first thing I want to do is I want to tell Lily. I mean, I can’t hide this from her. Not while she’s out of town. That’d be wrong. I can’t move forward until she knows. I think I need to plan a little trip out to California so I can go have a face-to-face with her.

Heather: You and me. Finally.

Daniel: Finally.

Heather: I know this isn’t easy for you, though.

Daniel: Hey, man, um, do you have a minute? Can I– can I speak with you? In private?

Devon: So, what’s up?

Daniel: Um, I just, uh, I just want to clear the air and make sure that there’s no misunderstandings.

Devon: No misunderstandings? I hope you’re going to tell me that I’m reading more into what I’m seeing between you and Heather than there really is.

Daniel: No, I’m afraid not. Look, man, what’s happening with me and Heather, this wasn’t planned. You know, we weren’t expecting this, but this is real.

Devon: Mm. That’s great. That’s great.

Daniel: I’m planning on going out to California because I want to talk to Lily. I want to be as open and as honest as I possibly can be with her, and I’m hoping that you’ll agree that she should hear this from me.

Devon: Yeah, I do agree she should hear it from you. Absolutely. I’m just a little surprised that you’re actually admitting it to me and not telling me I’m misreading things.

Daniel: What am I going to do, man? I’m going to stand here and lie to you? I’m going to make excuses?

Devon: I don’t know, but I’m glad you’re not, because Lily deserves to know the truth.

Daniel: I agree.

Devon: Good.

Daniel: And hopefully, you’ll give me the opportunity to be the one to tell her.

Devon: Of course.

Daniel: Look, man, I– I care about your sister. I do. A lot. And I want what’s best for her, but Heather and I– We just… I don’t know, you know, our story’s not done. We still have chapters left that are unwritten.

Devon: That’s– that’s nice. Um, I guess I’m caught between appreciating you coming clean and wanting to hit you for cheating on my sister.

Daniel: You want to take a swing at me, you go ahead. I’m not going to fight you back.

Devon: I’m not going to hit you. I’ve been there, done that. It didn’t help.

Daniel: Look, I do have a question, you know, I’m hoping maybe you can answer.

Devon: What’s your question?

Daniel: Where’s Lily’s head at right now? You know, dealing with everything with Mattie?

Abby: So, I’m guessing that Daniel wanted to talk to Devon in private to discuss what’s going on between the two of you. He’s worried that your getting back together will break his sister’s heart. Is he right?

Chelsea: That’s exactly why. Well, Billy, thank you for treating.

Billy: My pleasure. Next one’s on Chance here. I think we got that on record.

Chance: Mm-hmm.

Summer: We even got some work done.

Chelsea: Yes. Thank you for your input about the spring men’s line. You have some great ideas.

Summer: Well, fall was great. Spring’s gonna be even better.

Chelsea: Yes. Speaking of fall, I recognize that jacket, Chance. I didn’t realize you were a fan of Marchetti?

Chance: Yeah, I have her to thank for that.

Summer: I’ll admit it. It was all me. I lured him in with some expert choices that were tailor-made for him.

Chance: And now she’s completely ruined every other label for me, so…

Chelsea: Aw.

Summer: I gotta get back to work.

Chance: You know what? I should probably do the same. The new kid can’t be taking long lunches already, huh?

Billy: Sure.

Chelsea: Well, this was fun.

Billy: All right, was fun. See you back there.

Chelsea: I’ll see you soon. Bye.

Nate: Somehow, I doubt Nikki’s going to penalize you just for showing some humanity. Did she give you any indication that she’s trying to distance herself from you?

Audra: No. Nothing overt as far as I can see, yet. It’s just a subtle feeling I get when I’m around her lately.

Nate: Look, I think the smart thing to do would be to work on repairing any damage you might have created with Nikki.

Audra: To be quite honest, I’m not sure I want to. It’s not like I’m advancing at Newman Media. I’ll never be anything more than second-in-command there.

Nate: Oh, come on. You can’t be sure of that.

Audra: Oh, you of all people should know there’s no room to move upward, unless you’re family. I’ve got to find a place where I can advance to number one. Where I can take control. Otherwise, what’s the point? I can’t just settle now. I’ve got to have a ladder to climb, right?

Nate: Maybe, just maybe, you need to rein in that rampant ambition of yours.

Audra: Oh, coming from you of all people. We both know you’re just as ambitious as I am, if not more so.

Billy: You know, I felt that there was a little extra going on with Chance, but I did not connect it to Summer.

Chelsea: I just found out before lunch. It’s all very new and, quite frankly, adorable.

Billy: Yeah. You know, I wasn’t happy when Summer and Kyle fell apart. I was hoping they could figure it out, put it back together. You know, they’ve got a family, they’ve got a kid.

Chelsea: Yeah. I don’t think that’s going to happen anymore.

Billy: No, I don’t think it is either. But she and Chance, you know, they have a certain sensibility that seems to work, which is good. And if Chance is happy and in love, then that’s going to make him more stable and effective on the job.

Chelsea: Oh, how practical and unromantic of you.

Billy: He has a future. I can see it. And it’s nice, you know, it’s nice to be able to lead him into being a top-notch, corporate executive. He also, uh, hm.

Chelsea: He also what?

Billy: I think he looks up to me. Which is weird, you know? Nobody’s ever done that before, I don’t think.

Chelsea: It’s funny how things work out, right?

Billy: Yes, it is.

Audra: I admire your overzealous ambition. You know, we’re kindred spirits that way. That’s why I have to create my own safety net.

Nate: Oh. And what would that be?

Audra: Look, I’ve been formulating a plan of my own. A big, audacious plan. And potentially, quite rewarding.

Nate: Tell me more.

Audra: You know what? There’s too many eyes and ears here. And this definitely cannot get out. You want to come upstairs so I can share it with you?

Summer: This was a nice interlude.

Chance: It was.

Summer: Kind of a shame that we both have to go now.

Chance: I know. I wish we had some more one-on-one time.

Summer: I agree.

Chance: Well, how about we make arrangements for a proper dinner date?

Summer: So, just to be clear, this would be an official first date?

Chance: Nothing less. You up for that?

Heather: Actually, Abby, things– things with Daniel, I don’t– I don’t think I can get into that. But no one wants to see Lily hurt.

Abby: I can see it all over your face. Shouldn’t an attorney have a better poker face?

Heather: I’ll work on that.

Abby: Look, I told Devon that the situation is between you and Lily and Daniel. That is, if there is a situation.

Heather: I still cannot–

Abby: Look, I told Devon not to get involved, but he loves his sister and he’s very protective of her.

Heather: I know the feeling.

Abby: I also know what it’s like to get pulled back in by someone that you love deeply and maybe still love. But it is wrong to take advantage of that history at someone else’s expense. And I really hope that’s not what’s going on here.

Devon: Lily’s focused on helping her daughter right now through an extremely traumatic event she just went through. Especially with losing someone that was close to her. That’s where her head’s at.

Daniel: I can’t just fly out there and dump this on her then. Wouldn’t be fair to her. Wouldn’t be fair to Mattie. I should wait. I should wait until she’s in a better place to tell her.

Nate: Here we are. So, what do you have up your sleeve that’s so top secret, you couldn’t discuss it in public?

Audra: It involves Tucker.

Nate: Okay, stop. You don’t learn, do you? Why would you even consider teaming up with Tucker McCall again? Especially after everything he’s put you through.

Audra: I’m not teaming up with Tucker. My plan is to turn his scheme right back on him.

Nate: And exactly how do you intend to do that?

Audra: You know his new company, Glissade? I’m gonna get control of it. And I want you to help me.

Chelsea: How cool is that?

Billy: How cool is what?

Chelsea: Chance, seeing you in a new light. Respect. Admiration. Which you deserve. You are the hero’s hero.

Billy: Okay, I think we can tone down the hero talk just a little bit. It is nice though. I spent a lot of time looking up to Jack. It’s nice to be on the other side of that. Even my mom. My mom seems to be trusting me more than she usually does too.

Chelsea: You see? Moving to Chancellor-Winters was the right move. It couldn’t have turned out any better.

Daniel: Well, um, Devon definitely did pick up on the vibe that something’s going on between the two of us.

Heather: Oh yeah, yeah. Um, Abby– Abby told me.

Daniel: Hm?

Heather: What did you say?

Daniel: I told him that he wasn’t wrong. And I told him that I wanted to be the one to tell Lily.

Heather: Okay. And he understood?

Daniel: Yeah, he did. But I mean, then he told me that Lily is just completely focused on Mattie right now and helping her deal with the trauma from the fire.

Heather: So what does that mean?

Daniel: It means I don’t think that now is the right time to pile this on to her. You know, with everything else that she’s dealing with. I think that Mattie needs to be in a better place.

Heather: Right. No, I– I hear you. Well, what does that mean for us?

Daniel: I think that we need to just put things on pause for a minute. I mean, just– just until Lily’s in the right place emotionally for me to tell her.

Nate: Tell me, Audra, why would you think I’d be interested in working with you? I’m just getting back into the groove working with my family. I’m not about to rock that boat again.

Audra: A boat you’ll never be the captain of. You’ll never advance anywhere beyond where you are right now. You know, Lily and Devon will always be on top, with the side of Billy, Jill Abbott’s son, and Chance Chancellor, Jill Abbott’s grandson, thrown in the mix. Oh, and not to mention, your Aunt Mamie now has her say as well. So, from what I can see, you’re already lost in the shuffle.

Nate: That’s your perspective. It’s a family business at Chancellor-Winters, where I’ll have just as much say as everyone else.

Audra: You really think so? With me, you’ll be an equal. The two of us working side by side. And not to mention, the added satisfaction of beating Tucker at his own game.

Nate: Wow, man. You really turned on the guy, haven’t you?

Audra: Yeah, he gave me no choice. Surely, you can see the potential.

Captioned by Los Angeles Distribution and Broadcasting, Inc. Captioning provided by Bell Dramatic Serial Company, Sony Pictures Television and CBS, Inc. Join us again for “The Young and the Restless.”

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