Y&R Transcript Monday, January 29, 2024

Young & The Restless Transcript


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Chance: Hey.

Summer: Hey, there you are. I thought for a second that maybe you were standing me up.

Chance: I’m very sorry I’m late. The night hasn’t even started and I’m already screwing up. It’s very typical.

Summer: Such a boy scout.

Chance: Well, you know the motto, be prepared. And I’ve fallen short, I apologize.

Summer: Okay, you can relax. We both had to work late and I just got here too, so you’re fine.

Chance: Okay, well I did reserve one of the quiet tables, so that should make up for something.

Summer: Yeah, and if you help me with my coat, you’ll be well on your way to earning your first date badge.

Chance: You are making this too easy for me. Come on. You changed.

Summer: Yeah, well, it’s a legit date, right? So… is there something wrong with my outfit?

Chance: There is absolutely nothing wrong. You look perfect.

Nikki: Come in.

Audra: You wanted to see me?

Nikki: Yeah, I’m not happy with our last exchange. I think that we should clear the air.

Audra: I’ve been thinking the same.

Nikki: I shouldn’t have snapped at you. I’m sorry. I know that you were just trying to be helpful.

Audra: I’m the one who owes you an apology. I overstepped. You know, I made you think I was humoring you because of personal issues that aren’t my business.

Nikki: You’re right, they’re not.

Audra: Yeah, I realize that now. And you have my word I won’t bring it up or discuss my family again. None of that is relevant inside the office.

Nikki: Yes, I think it is best that we keep those parts of our lives separate, given our working relationship.

Audra: That’s the way it should be.

Nikki: Good. Then, you will understand what I am about to ask you.

Jack: Nikki, it’s jack. I just called to see how you’re doing. Feel no pressure to call me back. I just wanted to let you know I’m here for you. Victor.

Victor: Hello, jack.

Jack: You solo?

Victor: Seat is empty. Just know I’m not in a conversational mood, huh?

Jack: Oh, no, we’ll spare you the chitchat. You do look like you have the weight of the world on your shoulders.

Victor: Really?

Jack: Or perhaps this is just another day in the life of victor newman. I know, I said I wouldn’t talk. But if you need a sympathetic ear, I didn’t say I wouldn’t listen. Hey… it’s me! Your dry skin!

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Victor: What makes you think I’d confide in you of all people?

Jack: Well, surely we’re past all that suspicion. I mean, it feels like my anger toward you is a distant memory. Actual days go by, whole days, without my thinking of you.

Victor: Well, I’ll be damned, really. That doesn’t mean I confide in you.

Jack: Okay, I’m not asking you to give me newman enterprises secrets. I’m just saying we could share a drink. We do have a grandson in common. When was the last time you saw harrison?

[ Victor chuckling ]

Victor: Cute kid.

Jack: Yeah, he is. I’m still upset about kyle and summer.

Victor: Yeah, I must say. When one of one’s loved ones has a heartbreak, it affects me as well.

Jack: If I could take away their pain by feeling it myself, I would.

Victor: Yeah, but that’s what parenting and grandparenting is all about, isn’t it?

Jack: Yeah. So, what do you say? Have a drink together, old rivals, for old times’ sake?

Victor: All right. Bartender, kindly show me that same bottle of tequila you showed me before and pour a drink for each of us, all right? By the way, put it on his tab.

Audra: I’m happy to help you in any way I can. I meant that.

Nikki: And I meant what I said. Even though I’m sorry I got angry with you, I’m not thrilled that you know about my recent struggles with sobriety.

Audra: Message received. I hope you can accept my apology about overstepping. It won’t happen again.

Nikki: Well, that genie is out of the bottle now, isn’t it? You do know. And that makes me worry that things will be uncomfortable between us. And now that I know the history with your father, I feel like you will constantly be hovering, watching, waiting to see if I’m going to slip up. And that is not conducive to a good working relationship.

Audra: Well, it doesn’t have to be that way. I’ll back off, keep my advice to myself, and pretend our conversation never happened.

Nikki: But it did. And it’s not like we can avoid each other. You’re my right hand.

Audra: Which is why I’m here to support you, no questions asked.

Nikki: But I’ll always be wondering what you’re thinking. I’ll feel watched. I’ll feel judged.

Audra: I swear I won’t–

Nikki: Audra, you won’t be able to help it. We both know that. That’s what this disease does. That kind of codependence is very dangerous to my recovery and that has to be first right now.

Audra: It sounds like you’re getting ready to fire me.

Summer: This is good.

Chance: Yeah, it’s a vermentino.

Summer: I know the vintage, actually. I got really into vermentinos when we were living in italy.

Chance: That’s right. You even kind of lived there. It must have been pretty cool.

Summer: Yeah. What’s not to love about italy?

Chance: I’m going to go with nothing. Beautiful country, language, food, wine.

Summer: Well, you picked a good one. Do you, um… do you know much about it?

Chance: I learned a little bit when abby was building the wine list for society.

Summer: Right. Makes sense.

Chance: Okay, what’s going on here? Feels kind of funny. This isn’t the first time we’ve hung out. I don’t ever recall having to work for conversation, you know?

Summer: Yeah. Maybe it’s, um… the outfit?

Chance: There’s nothing wrong with your outfit, believe me.

Summer: That’s kind of what I mean. It’s clearly a date outfit. And every other time we’ve hung out, it’s been casual, spur of the moment, and, um… just as friends.

Chance: Yeah, I guess our lunch date did get kind of crashed by chelsea and billy, huh?

Summer: Yeah.

Chance: More of a work double date, really.

Summer: Right.

Chance: Yeah.

Summer: But, um… now we’re here. And it’s just us. Not as friends, necessarily. We’re seeing… what could become of this.

Chance: Well, when you put it like that, no pressure, right?

Summer: Yeah. Super low-key.

Chance: How about a toast? Another?

Summer: Please. Nice to meet ya.

Chance: Let me guess. You’re looking for the best background for a social media post.

Summer: Yeah. You caught me. How about a first date post? We could, um… cuddle up in front of the fireplace, or– no, I know, I know. We could wait for dessert and… feed each other chocolate-covered strawberries. Hashtag first date vibes.

Chance: Wait, actually, you want to do that?

Summer: Oh, my god. I’m joking. Are you serious? No, I put my selfie face away a long time ago.

Chance: Selfie face? What’s that? What’s a selfie face? Oh, okay.

Summer: No, I’m a very serious businesswoman now. And if you don’t know that about me, I think that we need more get-to-know-you time.

Chance: Well, you do seem a bit preoccupied.

Summer: Preoccupied? No, a little self-conscious, maybe. I kind of feel like any second, somebody that we know could walk in here and make this awkward.

Chance: Yeah, well, that is bound to happen here, right?

Summer: Yeah, why settle for normal first date jitters when we could have full-blown social anxiety?

Chance: Are you, uh, are you worried about seeing kyle?

Summer: Uh, or abby. Or even worse, my mom. If she were here, she would be fawning all over us and lobbing I-told-you-so’S.

Chance: I told you so? Why would she say that?

Summer: Oh, well, she sort of predicted that we might have a connection.

Chance: No way. She did, huh?

Summer: This is embarrassing.

Chance: Wow. Phyllis the matchmaker. Uh, was this before she returned from the dead or after?

Summer: Could you actually do me a favor and just, um, forget that I said that.

Chance: Done. Well, look, I’m not worried that anybody’s gonna intrude our date. Especially your mom. And if you’re worried about sharon, please don’t be. She made it a point when we saw her to tell me not to be awkward and that she wants me to be happy.

Summer: Do you think she meant that?

Chance: Yeah, I do.

Summer: It’s interesting because kyle said sort of the same thing to me.

Chance: Well, good. I mean, it only makes sense.

Summer: So, what’s stopping us?

Chance: I think I know.

Victor: Let’s get to the point, jack. What do you think is weighing on me?

Jack: I had heard some rumblings that your family went through a kidnapping trauma.

Victor: Where’d you hear that?

Jack: From nikki. I saw her at crimson lights. She was rattled.

Victor: In what way?

Jack: I’ve known your wife a long time. I know when she’s not herself.

Victor: And so you decided to lend her a sympathetic ear?

Jack: I was concerned and I asked her what was wrong.

Victor: Uh-huh. What’d she tell you?

Jack: Not much at the beginning. I finally got her to talk without too many details, but I heard enough to realize that it was pretty traumatic.

Victor: Yeah. Tough on all of us.

Jack: And that’s what’s been weighing on you.

Victor: Yeah. At any rate, it has been dealt with and those responsible are paying a price, so family’s safe.

Jack: Protecting our families is what life is about. I’m glad you have everything handled.

Victor: Let’s drink to that.

Jack: Nikki said that victoria had a particularly rough time.

Victor: Yeah. Very hard on her.

Jack: And that she left newman to deal with it all.

Victor: Well, you know a hell of a lot, don’t you? She is dealing with it, and so is nikki.

Jack: Glad to hear it.

Nikki: Don’t worry. You’re not getting fired. To the contrary.

Audra: Well, I’m happy to hear that.

Nikki: There is an opportunity that has come up that I think will alleviate any future stress between us.

Audra: Hm. What’s that?

Nikki: I would like you to oversee opening our newman media office in london.

Audra: I can, but we’re not scheduled to open it for another year.

Nikki: Well, that’s why you need to go now. There is so much to do. You have to find the perfect space, you have to hire the staff, you have to train them. And then, I would want you to stay on and run it.

Audra: You want me to move to london?

Nikki: Well, you know the city. You used to live there. I mean, who better to get this office up and running? I don’t know why I didn’t think of it sooner.

Audra: Well, I’m flattered, but I like genoa city. I don’t want to leave.

Nikki: You’re ambitious. Opening an international branch of the company would really prove your value to the newman empire.

Audra: You know, ever since I told you about my father and expressed empathy about your struggle, I have been kicking myself. I understand all of the concerns you raised, and, you know, I was worried about it causing tension between us, too.

Nikki: Then we’re on the same page.

Audra: No, we’re not. I resolved to back off and give you space, but I never thought it would come to me being shipped out of the country. There has to be another way to work this out.

Nikki: Audra, this is not a punishment.

Audra: It’s a pre-emptive strike.

Nikki: I think you should think of it as an amazing opportunity.

Audra: And what if I say no?

Nikki: I hope you won’T.

Audra: That’s not an answer.

Nikki: You said you wanted to help me and this is a job that I need my coo to do right now.

Audra: And if I turn it down, I’m out of a job entirely.

Nikki: I can’t see any other option.

Audra: If you do this, nikki, you’ll be making a huge mistake. Known as a loving parent.

Summer: Okay, so what’s your big idea on how to make this date a little less awkward?

Chance: Well, you actually said it earlier. I think we need to get to know each other a little more.

Summer: Um, I don’t know if that’s the problem. Because you were there for me when I found out that my mom was a dud. You were there for me as my marriage was ending.

Chance: Mm-hmm. Well, you know what? You showed up for me after I got shot. You supported me through a career change and a breakup.

Summer: So, it kind of seems like we know each other pretty well.

Chance: Well, we got the big things, right? You know, exes, undead parents, sure, but what about the little things? Like, uh, how do you take a coffee? What movie have you seen more than ten times?

Summer: Have you ever cheated?

Chance: Ooh. Okay, so we’re going there, huh?

Summer: Mm-hmm. I mean, if we’re gonna do this, better do it right.

Chance: Okay, well, let’s set up some ground rules first.

Summer: Okay.

Chance: We’ll take turns asking questions.

Summer: Okay. And we keep it all focused on us. No outsiders involved in any of the anecdotes.

Chance: Deal.

Summer: Okay, I’ll go first. Surprise me. Tell me something that I would never guess about you.

Chance: Hm. All right, challenge accepted. But give me a minute. We’re gonna need some more wine.

Nikki: I would advise you not to threaten me.

Audra: That’s not what I’m doing. I’m saying this out of concern.

Nikki: Oh, please don’t patronize me.

Audra: You already lost claire as your assistant and you haven’t found a replacement. If you send me to london, you’ll basically be running newman media on your own.

Nikki: Hm. Are you saying I’m not capable?

Audra: I’m saying the stress would be monumental for anyone. And to you, given your situation, the threat that it would pose to your recovery.

Nikki: There you go again. Unsolicited advice about my fragile state. Just proving my point that this has changed our working relationship.

Audra: You’re right. I am aware of what you’re going through, and it does change the way I treat you.

Nikki: There. Thank you for admitting it.

Audra: But I have experience in this from when it used to happen to my father, stress was his worst trigger. I can’t tell you how many relapses he had because of it.

Nikki: I am well aware of the possible pitfalls, and I have a plan to avoid them, so you can stop pretending to care about me or the company and just say that you’re worried about your own job.

Audra: So, you’ve been thinking about this for a while.

Nikki: I have had to look at all the angles, what’s best for the company, and for me, yes.

Audra: Nikki, you want me to move across the ocean so you’re not reminded of your disease, which you have whether I’m here or not. Me walking away doesn’t change that. So, you’d rather pile up the problems for yourself? And then what? No, you’ll want just a little break from the pressure. And the first drink helps, but it’s not enough. So, let’s give the next one a shot. And then what? Think of all the people you’ll hurt when you fall. You know, your friends and family who love and care about you and need you. Because if you do this, you will fall.

Nikki: I’m sorry you feel that way. You leave me no choice but to let you go.

Jack: Well, I’m glad that you feel everyone in your family is dealing with the trauma.

Victor: No, but I’m not saying it’s been easy. But I’m giving them all the support they need. I will always protect my family.

Jack: I’ve got to say, it is one of the few things I have always admired about you.

Victor: Wait a minute, one of the few things? You mean there have been others?

Jack: Let me think. There must be others. No, I– I always thought you were a formidable foe. You kept me on my toes for years.

Victor: Don’t tell me you miss those days.

Jack: Oh, no, I wouldn’t go that far. But I miss the challenge. I miss the gamesmanship.

Victor: Truth be known, there have been a moment or two when I thought that perhaps I’d met my match in you.

Jack: Well, I never thought I’d hear you admit that.

Victor: Whoa, whoa, whoa. The thought lingered for a few moments, okay? You understand? It lingered. Thank you for the tequila.

Jack: Thank you for picking the most expensive tequila in the place.

Victor: Do you honestly think that if you invited me to a drink, I’d order a cheap one? I want you pay through the nose.

Jack: Well, I’m glad this time, paying through the nose only means the cost of a vintage drink.

Victor: So, now that we have had our tte–tte, what do you really want to know?

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Jack: Wow, just when I thought we were making some headway, there you go. The guard is up. You’re suspecting a hidden agenda.

Victor: You are evading my question.

Jack: My only agenda is my sincere concern for nikki and your family after this ordeal.

Victor: It’s family business. None of your concern.

Jack: I have always had affection for nikki and nicholas and victoria. I have always been proud of the fact that we still have a friendship after you and I battled for years. The only questions I am asking are questions to find out if they are okay.

Victor: You asked and I answered. That’s the last time we will talk about this. Yeah?

Audra: Well, I won’t humiliate myself by pleading any more than I already have.

Nikki: I will have hr put together a generous severance package for you. That and my glowing recommendation should help you in your job search.

Audra: I suppose this is effective immediately.

Nikki: I think that’s best, yes. After you hand in your keycard and your laptop, and need I remind you that you did sign an nda when you first got this job.

Audra: Yes. It is ironclad. It has been a privilege working with you and learning from you. And I really do wish you the best of luck and I hope with my whole heart that you beat your disease.

[ Phone ringing ]

Jack: Hello?

Nikki: Oh, jack, I’m so glad you answered.

Jack: What can I do for you?

Nikki: I just, I– I– I need to talk to somebody.

Jack: Uh, of course. Oh, where are you now?

Nikki: I’m at the office.

Jack: I’m on my way.

Victor: Everything all right?

Jack: Oh, everything’s fine. I, uh, just have to be going. Diane’s expecting me.

Victor: All right. I will tell nikki that you asked about her and thank you for the drink.

Jack: Always a pleasure, victor.

Chance: I mean, I honestly think that’s a dealbreaker for me. Who doesn’t like watermelon?

Summer: Are you kidding me? It is way too sweet, it’s got a mealy consistency.

Chance: Next, you’re gonna say that you don’t like lettuce, peanut butter, and mayonnaise sandwiches.

Summer: Okay, first of all, that sounds really gross. And second of all, since that would probably literally kill me, no, I don’T.

Chance: Okay, that’s a little dramatic, don’t you think?

Summer: No, actually. I have a very severe peanut allergy.

Chance: Wait, actually? Do I know that? How did I not know that?

Summer: Someday, I will tell you how I ended up in a swiss clinic because of peanuts.

Chance: Oh, wow.

Summer: Yeah.

Chance: Well, if it makes you feel any better, I get hives when I eat kiwi. Thinking that’s not really the same now, huh?

Summer: Yeah, not quite.

Chance: No.

Summer: But it’s good to know that we won’t be ordering the peanut butter pie with kiwi drizzle for dessert.

Chance: Is that on the menu? That’s not on the menu. You’re kidding. You’re messing with me now.

Summer: You get me. There you go.

Chance: I like this side of you.

Summer: I do, too. And you bring it out of me.

Chance: Well, rest assured, if you were to suffer a allergic reaction, I’d spring into action.

Summer: Oh, of course you would. Let me guess. First aid badge.

Chance: Damn straight. What about you? You didn’t get yours in the sunflower girls?

Summer: Wait, did I tell you that I was in the sunflower girls?

Chance: Yeah. That day in the park.

Summer: No, come on.

Chance: Yeah.

Summer: You’re kidding me. You can’t remember that. Okay, that’s got to be from your law enforcement and military training. Tricks to memorize everything that people say so that you can analyze crime scenes and interrogate suspects. That’s not real.

Chance: I– I– I don’t remember anywhere near everything that people tell me, unless I’m on a case. In fact, I have been accused at times of being in my own world and not paying attention to significant others.

Summer: Careful now. We’re keeping other people out of this conversation, remember?

Chance: I remember. I don’t seem to forget anything that you tell me.

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Victor: Audra, are you coming from the office?

Audra: Yes.

Victor: Is nikki still there?

Audra: Yes, she called me in to discuss her offer.

Victor: What offer?

Audra: Oh, she didn’t tell you? She wanted to ship me off to london to open newman media’s new office. And when I declined, she fired me.

Victor: I never heard about those plans.

Audra: I know what you want to know, so I’ll save you the embarrassment of asking the question. Nikki was perfectly sober when she gave me the axe. Yes, I’m aware that she’s been drinking.

Victor: Did you confront her?

Audra: Oh, it’s not what you think. I didn’t use it against her and I never would. I have my own reasons for that. Reasons I shared with nikki. So then, I offered to help her any way I could, but apparently, that was a mistake.

Victor: I’m sorry to hear that.

Audra: You and me both.

Victor: I’ll make it up to you.

Audra: I don’t need any consolation prizes, mr. Newman.

Victor: It’s not a consolation prize. Newman enterprises has many opportunities.

Audra: In exchange for my silence about nikki?

Victor: We value discretion.

Audra: Sir, I signed the nda, and I would never use nikki’s sobriety as a bargaining chip.

Victor: You know that there are many divisions at newman where you could shine.

Audra: Look, I appreciate the offer. Maybe in the future, but for now I have other plans.

Victor: Do you?

Audra: Let’s just say it’s been a clarifying evening. I now know what my next moves are.

Victor: All right. Anyway, you have a– you have a good day.

Audra: You too.

Nikki: Thank you for coming.

Jack: I said I would come when you need me and I meant it. I’m glad you called. So, what prompted your reaching out?

Nikki: I had an upsetting day with audra.

Jack: Tell me.

Nikki: She knows that I’ve been struggling with my sobriety.

Jack: Please tell me she didn’t hold it against you.

Nikki: No, no. She offered her support and understanding. She shared with me that her father had been an alcoholic until he lost his battle.

Jack: Do we believe her?

Nikki: I do. She seems to have a radar for this disease. And she was here when seth came by. She could see there was something off about our interaction. I told her what was going on with him.

Jack: I’ve seen too much of audra manipulating kyle and working for tucker to put much faith in her, but obviously you trust her.

Nikki: Well, I did. Now, I regret it.

Jack: What happened?

Nikki: She just started checking on me, and I realized that confiding in her was a mistake. I knew it was just going to make our working relationship much more difficult.

Jack: So did you try to discuss this with her?

Nikki: I brought her in tonight. I thought I had a good plan. She could go and open the new office in london, but she refused. So, I– I really had no choice. I had to let her go.

Jack: I understand your thinking, but audra is kind of a wild card.

Nikki: That’s why I had to fire her.

Jack: Any part of you think maybe this is a situation where we keep our enemies closer?

Nikki: You think I made a mistake?

Jack: No, no, no. I’m not judging it at all. I understand your thinking, but is it really worth the risk if audra does something, feeling that she has been wrongfully terminated?

Nikki: Oh, no, no, no. She wouldn’t, dear. I mean, she signed an nda, and given what she told me about her father, I don’t think she would take legal action.

Jack: Okay. That’s good news. I still worry about your running newman media when it’s short-staffed. That’s not a good recipe for sobriety.

Nikki: That’s what she said. Oh, god, jack. What am I doing? I mean, I– I– I– I– I’m making a mistake.

Jack: Well, just make a plan. That’s all.

Nikki: What, to hire her back?

Jack: I think it’s too late for that. What little I know of her, she’d probably hold a grudge. But we can find a suitable replacement, a coo you can work with. What about nicholas?

Nikki: He would be perfect, but victor has been insisting on having nicholas and adam work together, and oddly enough, it has been actually panning out. So now victor is thrilled and I– I can’t take that away from him.

Jack: Okay, I know victoria has stepped away from work for a bit, but knowing the situation, might she step up?

Nikki: She needs to focus on her family right now. And before you say it, don’t even mention adam. I will not work with adam. That is a recipe for disaster.

Jack: Nathan knows this company. So does sally. They both sat in that chair. They could hit the ground running.

Nikki: I will never trust nate again. His ambition almost led him to betray victor. And I– I cannot see myself working side by side with sally.

Jack: Actually, I forgot sally has a new company she’s running right now.

Nikki: Oh god, jack, what am I doing? I mean, I acted impulsively. I don’t think I can do this. I mean, my whole life is spiraling out of control, and it’s my fault.

Jack: We will fix this. As a matter of fact, I have an idea. Yeah, an idea you won’t shoot down. If advanced lung cancer

Chance: Okay, let’s dive into some dangerous territory here. Teenage years.

Summer: Oh, but we were having so much fun.

Chance: Give me the scoop. What was it? Mean girls? Unrequited crushes?

Summer: Oh, so much bigger than that and so much worse. And I only got just slightly more tame in my twenties.

Chance: Is this the infamous grand theft auto story? Yes. I am shocked.

Summer: Okay, come on. You never had a rebellious streak? Like, nothing at all?

Chance: Straight as an arrow all the way through.

Summer: Ugh. Well, the charges were dropped.

Chance: That’s why I’m out with you right now. No outstanding warrants.

Summer: That whole situation, it was just a symptom of falling for the wrong guy.

Chance: He break your heart?

Summer: That one was more of an infatuation thing, and the felony charges quickly deadened that. But, I mean, I have had my heart broken once or twice.

Chance: It’s never easy. You know what? I believe that you do learn from it, though.

Summer: I think that makes me a genius.

[ Both laughing ] No, seriously, after everything with kyle, I couldn’t imagine going through that again. I really thought that he was the love of my life.

Chance: Yeah. I felt the same way when abby and I split.

Summer: I don’t know. Lately, something’s lifted for me. I feel lighter. More hopeful.

Chance: Well, hey, cheers to that.

Nikki: Jack, please tell me how to fix this.

Jack: Let me do a little due diligence. I think I have someone who might fit in here perfectly.

Nikki: Do you really have a plan, or is this you stalling?

Jack: You have to trust me. I will not let you down.

Nikki: Just tell me who it is. I can give them a call.

Jack: I have to speak to this person first. I think it’s someone that you will like, but I have to do this my way.

Nikki: Well, how long do you think it will take?

Jack: I know you need a solution and quickly. I want that too, but don’t get burned out on this.

Nikki: I don’t know. Maybe I should take a leave of absence and let nicholas and adam work together.

Jack: I didn’t say that and I don’t advise that. Nikki, I know you. You need work to stay focused. Idle time is not an addict’s friend. Running newman media is the perfect job for you, as long as you have the right kind of support, healthy support.

Nikki: Yeah, but I–

Jack: No buts. No buts. We’re going to fix this. It may take a little time. In the meanwhile, lean on me. I am not going to let you give yourself a good reason to drink. I am not going to let you destroy all that you have accomplished here.

Nikki: Thank you, jack. You really saved me tonight.

Jack: No, you saved yourself. You reached out. You asked for help. That is a strength. You are strong, nikki. Don’t forget that.

Nikki: Well, if you hadn’t answered my call, you and I both know what I’d be doing right now.

Jack: How about we handle one crisis at a time? I’m in your corner.

[ Door handle jostling ]

Victor: Nikki? Nikki, are you in there?

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