Y&R Transcript Monday, February 26, 2024

Young & The Restless Transcript


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Devon: Okay, billy, you’re just going to have to take my word about lenny flanagan, because he’s always been a smart, innovative, stand-up guy for us.

Billy: That’s great. He sounds like a great guy, devon. I believe you. We’ll invite him to the barbecue, okay? But I’ve looked at the file. There’s nothing in here but a bunch of smoke. His last two business ventures, they didn’t go anywhere. Nothing happened with them.

Devon: Oh, that’s– I think it’s very funny that you’re ready to judge someone off their track record before even meeting them.

Billy: What’s that? A little– little dig at me? Is that what that is?

Devon: I mean, you can take it however you’d like, billy. The only thing I’m asking is if you will set aside some time to speak with lenny and hear what he has to say before you just dismiss him, all right? Because there is something to be said about working with people that you have faith in.

Billy: And all I’m saying is that we have plenty of potentially lucrative deals waiting in the pipeline. We don’t have to waste time, resources, and money on warm, fuzzy feelings.

Esther: Oh, okay, excuse me for interrupting.

Billy: What’s going on, es?

Devon: It’s okay.

Esther: Well, um, you– it’s probably none of my business, but since I work here, and the door was open, and I couldn’t help overhearing, there’s something that I just don’t understand.

Billy: Okay.

Devon: What don’t you understand?

Esther: Well, you were talking about wasting time and energy, but isn’t that what the two of you are doing? Sitting here bickering when you could be doing so many great things for chancellor-winters instead?

Tucker: Why do you assume there’s something I’m not telling you? I thought we were past all this.

Audra: Something’s definitely changed with you. And it’s not just you being moody.

Tucker: We really have to do something about this paranoia of yours. Why are you going looking for trouble when things are going so well for us right now?

Audra: Oh, since the day I met you, you’ve been constantly braced for another shoe to drop.

Tucker: Yeah, but when I do it, it’s called… anticipating and being proactive. There’s a difference between that and… seeing a problem where there is none.

Audra: Well, I’m anticipating the thud of a very expensive slingback pump in whatever size ashley abbott wears.

Traci: So, after ashley talked to tucker, she decided to spend the night at the athletic club.

Jack: Her having that kind of proximity to him makes my skin crawl. She was too drained to come home?

Traci: She said she got a good night’s sleep at least.

Jack: What on earth could she possibly have to talk to him about? What– what is there left to say?

Traci: Uh, well, I think that I need to let ashley give you all the details. But, in a nutshell, she has rescinded all accusations against tucker.

Jack: Wait, how did that come about?

Traci: Again, short version. Ashley concedes that the big blow-up that happened in paris happened exactly as tucker said it did all along.

Jack: I– I don’t understand this. She has been adamant about what happened that day. That he terrified her. Now she’s doing a complete 180 and saying he’s been telling the truth all along?

Traci: I’m as surprised as you are.

Jack: You know what worries me more than her reversal?

Traci: What’s that?

Jack: She’s already confessed this to tucker. Does that mean his influence on her continues?

Traci: Oh, jack. I think we have something way worse to worry about.

Jack: What is worse than that?

Traci: Okay, I– I hope that I am misreading her, but I have the distinct impression that ashley is considering forgiving tucker and maybe even trying again.

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Ashley: Please don’t stop talking on my account. I assume I am the topic of conversation.

Traci: Why, yes you are.

Jack: Yeah, traci was just filling me in.

Traci: Just the basics. I thought you would want to give the details to him yourself.

Ashley: Okay, so what do you know so far?

Jack: That you’ve come to the realization that tucker has not been lying, after all, about what happened in paris, that you went to the club to tell him, and that you ended up spending the night.

Traci: In her own room.

Jack: In your own room. Not with tucker.

Ashley: Not with tucker. Yeah, that about covers it. Tucker was right, I was wrong. You hit the nail on the head, jack. I just exaggerated everything that happened. You know, I guess I was angry and frightened. But now that I am free of all that emotion, I just see it from a completely different perspective.

Traci: And we really appreciate that. But, you know, the waitstaff, every one of them, was very clear that it was not a violent conversation. And it’s good that you realize that now, too. But there was an argument, and you were terrified. And tucker is who he is.

Ashley: That’s it right there. Tucker is who he is. He had nothing to gain from making me doubt my sanity, right? He had nothing to gain bribing an entire restaurant staff. So it doesn’t make any sense that he would do that.

Jack: Okay, I can understand where you’re coming from. It makes sense. And you do seem more at ease, as if this fight no longer is a grip on you.

Ashley: So true.

Traci: And that’s wonderful, right? Because now that you’ve been able to find some peace, you can put tucker behind you once and for all, right?

Jack: No more unanswered questions, no more confusion, just a clean break. You can get on with your life now.

Ashley: Yeah. No. If only it was that easy.

Tucker: How the hell did we get back onto ashley?

Audra: I don’t know. You tell me. Okay, I mention her name, and you deny knowing anything about her attitude shift. Yeah, but then suddenly your mind just drifts off.

Tucker: Maybe I’m bored talking about her.

Audra: You know, last night, ashley does this bizarre flip. You know, all possessive of you, telling me that you and i are never gonna last. And then this morning, you’re moody, you’re evasive, you’re preoccupied.

Tucker: I’m sorry, what’d you say?

[ Tucker laughs ] Joke. Bad joke. Sorry.

Audra: You know what? I just– I feel like I’m talking to myself.

Tucker: No, no, I’m sorry. And I’m serious. I’m listening now. What’s your point?

Audra: My point? Okay. Let me break it down to you in a simple yes or no question. Do you swear that you had no more contact with ashley abbott in the last 24 hours?

Tucker: You know what I swear? I think you’re more obsessed with ashley than I ever was. And you really need to move on with it, because if just having lunch with you is going to devolve every time into a barrage of ridiculous questions about the past, you can count me out.

Billy: With all due respect, esther, what devon and i are doing, I wouldn’t– I wouldn’t say it’s bickering.

Devon: Yeah, no, it’s a difference of opinions, really. And it’s nothing to worry about.

Esther: Oh, I would love to not worry about it. But this company is important to me.

Devon: I know it is.

Billy: And we’re grateful for that.

Esther: You know, I am really good at reading situations and emotions. You know, I’ve lived at the chancellor mansion for decades, and it wasn’t just about cake-wrestling and catfights. More times than I can count. There was so much tension in there, you could cut it with a knife. And that’s what I’m picking up from the two of you.

Devon: I think you’re reading a little more into it than I was.

Esther: I know. Correct me if I’m wrong, which I am not. What I’m getting at, devon, is you resent having to work with billy, because you’d rather work with your sister, because you and lily work well together. And billy, you resent devon resenting you, which is just going to be a problem given your career history. All I’m asking is that you please just take a minute and think of how upset your fathers, john and neil, would be if they saw what you were bringing all this petty conflict to the people that are counting on you to make this business the success that it needs to be.

Billy: Well, that was, uh–

Devon: Yeah, it was.

Billy: She’s not wrong.

Devon: No, she’s not wrong. She’s not wrong at all. Our dads would probably say that’s enough and you guys should get on with it.

Billy: So what do you say? Shall we get on with it? Whoah, woah, woah, woah.

Billy: Look, devon, if you believe in flanagan as much as it seems like you do, why don’t you see if he’s available tomorrow around four o’clock and we can have a chat? Does that work for you?

Devon: That works just fine, as long as you’re not just doing it to humor me.

Billy: So you’re not going to take yes for an answer?

Devon: Yes. I will take yes for an answer. Thank you very much, billy.

Billy: You’re welcome.

Devon: Appreciate it.

Chance: Hey.

Billy: Hey.

Chance: How we doing?

Nate: Hello, you two.

Devon: Hey.

Nate: Hello. I hope we’re not interrupting anything.

Devon: No. Did we have a meeting on the books?

Nate: Not officially. Uh, we, uh, we just stopped by because we want to blow your minds.

Chance: Well, let’s not oversell it.

Billy: Blow our minds with what? What’s going on?

Nate: Chance has a new idea I think you’re both going to be as impressed with as I am.

Chance: It’s pretty good, actually, if I do say so myself. Put a lot of work into it.

Devon: Okay, great. Let’s hear it.

Billy: The floor is all yours, chance.

Chance: Well, we create a music festival. And that is that. Now I can send you both the full revenue projections, but you’re going to see a significant boost in marketing and merchandising. Not to mention the additional name recognition.

Devon: Wow. Well, hey, that’s a– that’s a great presentation. You’ve clearly put a lot of work into it.

Chance: Thank you. Um, is this something that you want to pursue?

Devon: I mean, I think so. Yeah, I think that, uh, it’s– it’s finally the right timing for our company to do something like that. Um, but yeah, I think we should fast track the idea and make it a reality. What do you think, billy?

Billy: I wouldn’t go that far. Uh, I think there’s something there. I think it’s a good idea, but it needs some work.

Devon: Oh, uh gentlemen, if you’ll excuse me, I have to take care of something. Uh, but great job. Really good job.

Chance: Thank you.

Devon: We’ll talk soon.

Nate: You got to admit, this idea has a lot of potential.

Billy: Yeah, no, I agree. There’s potential, but it’s not ready to be fast-tracked yet. Still a lot of work to be done. But hey, the good news is it’s not a no, okay? So let’s take that. Good work, chance, okay? Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have a meeting to get to. I will, uh, see you boys soon.

Chance: I mean, I have no idea what the hell just happened there.

Nate: I suspect billy was trying to maintain his mentor position and doesn’t want you to get ahead of yourself. You didn’t go to him first, get his guidance and input.

Chance: What about devon? He loved the idea.

Nate: Which is probably devon trying to prove he isn’t really an autonomous control freak after all, since he’s been accused of that more than once.

Chance: I’ll tell you, man, that was weird. I– I just felt blindsided right there. I mean, billy’s been great until whatever the hell that just was. Feels like I can rely on you a little bit more than I can my own mentor.

Nate: Huh.

[ Nate sighs ]

Jack: You say making a clean break with tucker isn’t easy. I– I– I want to understand that better. I thought this last trip to paris was to get him out of your life, out of your mind. Now that you know what actually happened, can’t you just end the story?

Ashley: Mm. I need to do things my own way, jack. But please don’t worry. I know myself, I know what I’m capable of, okay? I’m in control, and I need the two of you to trust that I will make the right decisions for all of us.

Jack: Why do I get the horrible feeling that you’re about to give tucker another chance?

Ashley: Oh, my god. And what? Risk having the entire abbott clan’s wrath come crashing down upon me? Do I really want that in my life?

Traci: That wasn’t a denial, ashley. And we’re not worried about the abbott wrath. We’re worried about what is best for you.

Ashley: I’m perfectly capable of deciding what’s best for me, so don’t push me on this. I know I’ve made mistakes, but don’t worry. I’m not going to fall into those traps, okay?

Tucker: Yeah, you go ahead and finish the rest of your lunch obsessing over ashley.

Audra: Okay, tucker, just wait. Okay, just s– sit down, please. You’re right. I’m sorry. Look, I’m just feeling a little insecure right now, which is not familiar territory for me. It’s just that this, you and me is so important to me. Look, things are going so well for us, and i just want them to stay that way.

Tucker: They’re going to stay that way, honey. I promise you, okay? I don’t know what else I can tell you.

Audra: It’s not you I’m doubting. It’s ashley.

Tucker: Ashley.

Audra: Something’s definitely changed with her. You know, the way she got all in my face last night, staked her claim on you, and god knows why.

Tucker: I know why. I know exactly what’s changed. She’s realized she was wrong.

Audra: So you did talk to her last night, didn’t you?

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Audra: Be careful how you answer right now. Look, whatever the answer is, I can handle it. What I can’t handle is you lying about it. Look, I even get why you would keep it from me in the first place. We haven’t always trusted each other, but… after everything we’ve been to get to where we are, we do owe each other absolute honesty. We really are alike, huh? Okay. Yes. Ashley was in my suite last night when I went upstairs to make those calls.

Audra: How did she manage that? Does she still have a key? Did she break in? Did she bribe housekeeping?

Tucker: I didn’t ask.

Audra: Well, what was her reason for being there?

[ Tucker sighs ]

Tucker: She was there to tell me that she had had an epiphany about what happened between us in paris. That… I was right all along, and she wanted to apologize for accusing me of being violent and lying and the gaslighting, blah, blah, blah, blah.

Audra: Wow. [Indistinct]. An epiphany?

Tucker: Yeah.

Audra: Just like that?

Tucker: Uh, apparently it– apparently it had something to do with A… fender bender she was in. Shook the truth loose in her or something, I don’t know.

Audra: Oh, how convenient. You know, maybe she should get hit by a car more often.

Tucker: Well, I didn’t quite buy it, but… I’m not saying it didn’t happen. I’m just– I’m telling you what she told me.

Audra: Yeah, well, I mean, if the story is real or not, that doesn’t matter. The question is, why did she seek you out now? You know, what’s her agenda? You know, maybe she realized that glissade is a formidable competitor for jabot.

Tucker: Audra, I don’t care what her agenda is. I– I’m– I’m tired of thinking about what ashley abbott’s agenda might be or if she has an agenda. Okay? What she did to our relationship is irreparable. It is over. Between her and me. I want you to know that right now. It’s over. There is no going back. It’s finished.

Audra: I want to believe that more than you know. You know, but I saw the fire in ashley’s eyes last night. Just confidence and determination.

Audra: Ashley wants you back. And she’s going to do whatever it takes to make it happen.

Tucker: Bring it on.

Billy: Hello? Hi. Heard you were back from paris. How did that go?

Ashley: Oh, exhausting. Enlightening.

[ Billy chuckles nervously ]

Billy: Something I said?

Ashley: Oh, well, I’m sure that they will fill you in on everything, by the way, you guys, I’m fine. Catch up later.

[ Jack sighs ]

[ Traci sighs ]

Billy: What’d I miss?

Jack: What the hell was that?

Traci: I have no idea. We were right in the middle of a pretty awkward conversation.

Billy: About what?

Jack: Basically, ashley’s come to the realization that tucker’s been telling the truth all along about what happened in paris. She went to the club to tell him that she was wrong, and he was right.

Traci: And we’re worrying about the fallout.

Billy: Well, is there a fallout? I mean, in the 10, 15 seconds I just saw her seem like her old ashley again. Like she found her equilibrium.

Jack: And that’s why she rushed out of here.

Billy: Well, maybe she’s trying to escape overprotective siblings.

Traci: Billy. Yes, okay, I’m a little protective. And I am not about to apologize for it. Ashley’s been tied in knots. Misremembering a situation that absolutely terrified her.

Jack: And we are not about to rely on tucker mccall to look out for her.

Billy: Well, who’s saying tucker’s in the picture anymore?

Jack: We just tried to get ashley to swear that he was out of her life for good.

Traci: And she wouldn’t do it.

Billy: Why should she have to do that? I mean, maybe you just need to trust her on this.

Jack: We’d love to do that, billy. But we can’t trust anything when it comes to tucker mccall. I would’ve called yesterday.

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Billy: Look, I get it. You’re worried about ashley. And whenever tucker’s around, there’s always something to worry about. But ashley rethinking what happened in paris with tucker doesn’t automatically mean that they’re getting back together. It– hold on a sec, okay? Because she made a stand to stick with our family before that argument happened in paris, or whatever it turned out to be. Did she just now make a declaration that she’s walking away from the abbotts?

Traci: No, she didn’T. No.

Jack: She didn’t even imply it.

Billy: Okay, well, that says to me that ashley and tucker, that reunion, is off the table. So I think we have to have enough confidence in her that she’s capable of taking the next steps on her own. In fact, that’s probably the best thing that she could do right now. Take back control of not only her memory, but of her future. Of her life.

Jack: I don’t have an argument about any of this. I just think there’s an enormous risk.

Billy: Well, whatever ashley chooses to do, instead of us jumping in to try and protect her, I think it’s best that we trust her. Believe in her, and support her. This is her journey.

Tessa: Welcome to society! Aren’t you ashley abbott?

Ashley: Well, yes, and you are…

Tessa: I’m the new manager, tessa porter.

Ashley: Well, congratulations.

Tessa: Thank you. Well, it’s my first day, but I can promise you, as my boss’s mother, you’ll be getting the special vip treatment.

Ashley: Well, that’s good to know.

Abby: For future reference, my mom always gets special treatment at society. In fact, I will take it from here, let me show her to her table.

Ashley: Thank you so much.

Tessa: Yeah, bon appétit.

Abby: Hi, mom.

Ashley: Hey, honey. So, what is going on with your staff changes?

Abby: Oh, well, we have a lot to catch up on. Tessa, who is doing an amazing job, is actually taking over for me here, so i can join the board of directors at chancellor-winters.

Ashley: What? That’s incredible. I’m so happy for you.

Abby: I’m happy for me, too.

Ashley: You’re right. We have a lot of catching up to do.

Abby: Yes, like our conversation I had with aunt traci about your trip to paris. I’m worried about you, mom.

Ashley: Oh.

Voice: Excuse me, young lady.

Tessa: Um, I will be right with you.

Voice: No, I need to be seated immediately.

Tessa: If you could just wait one moment, please.

Voice: I didn’t come here to wait, I came here to be waited on!

Mariah: Happy first day at work.

[ Both laughing ]

Ashley: Thank you. Honey, you don’t have to worry about me, I am fine. In fact, I am more in control of my emotions in my life than I have been in a very, very long time.

Devon: Good to see you.

Abby: Okay.

Ashley: Yeah.

Devon: Hey, hey.

Ashley: Hi.

Abby: Hi.

Devon: Welcome home.

Ashley: Thank you.

Devon: Glad you’re back. I got your text about meeting. Is everything okay?

Abby: I didn’t know you’d be joining us.

Ashley: I wanted to meet with the both of you so I could put your minds at ease.

Devon: We’d appreciate that.

Abby: Yes, please.

Ashley: I already told her. I’m fine.

Devon: Good, that’s–

Ashley: I’ll try to make this long story short. Um, as you know, I went to paris with traci, right? Because I needed to get confirmation about my version of what happened with tucker. So we went to the café, and I found the waiter.

Abby: And?

Ashley: He backed up tucker’s version of events. He said there was no violence. Uh, no broken glass, no thrown chair. Actually, nothing greater than raised voices.

Abby: Okay, but there’s really no way to know if that waiter’s memory is reliable.

Ashley: Well, traci spoke to the entire restaurant staff, and they also backed up tucker’s version.

Ashley: So, I thought, “well, clearly, he must have bribed everybody,” right?

Abby: That sounds like something he would do.

Ashley: Yeah, but he didn’T.

Devon: And we know this for a fact?

Ashley: Yeah. Tucker’s right. I’m wrong. I didn’t do it deliberately, but apparently, my mind just exaggerated everything that happened, and I’ve been kind of overreacting ever since. I’m so sorry.

Devon: Well, I don’t think you need to apologize. Whatever he did in the moment, you felt scared, so I don’t think the details really matter.

Ashley: Well, they do very much so in this case, because I put a huge stain on tucker’s already tarnished reputation. And, uh, I’m not gonna be able to get past this unless I say to you, devon, um, if what I did has contributed at all to you shutting your father out of your life, I’m really begging you to please reconsider.

Tucker: I just don’t think you need to worry so much about what ashley might or might not want. Inconsequential. Couldn’t matter less. I mean, I think you ought to worry about what we want. Our plans, right?

Audra: Okay, well then call your assistant and tell her to book the trip right now. No more stalling, or “I’ll do it later.” Okay, no more distractions, or putting anything or anyone else first. Make the call, now.

Tucker: Okay. Hey, it’s me, uh, I need arrangements to paris. First class all the way for two. Um, as soon as possible?

Audra: Mm-hmm.

Tucker: As soon as possible.

[ Audra clears throat ] Very good. Thank you. Satisfied?

Audra: Almost. Thank you.

Tucker: You’re welcome.

[ Tucker moans ] (Vo) compliments build confidence,

Summer: Hey.

Chance: Sorry.

Summer: Wait, that’s not the face I was expecting. How did your pitch meeting go?

Chance: Um, I’m not sure how to answer that.

Summer: Well, did it happen?

Chance: Yeah, it was it’s more like a drive-by pitch.

Summer: What does that mean?

Chance: It was brief. I don’t know, devon and nate, they loved it, billy, not so much.

Summer: Okay, I mean, two out of three. That’s really good, that’s good. Especially because you’re still settling in. What did billy say about it?

Chance: I don’t know, he was just less than enthusiastic about it. I mean, he basically did everything but pat me on the head, and tell me “better luck next time.”

Summer: How is that possible? From everything you’ve told me, he’s been really great to you ever since you started.

Chance: I know, he has been until today. It– it was weird, you know? It almost felt like he had a– an agenda or a game plan, not with me, but with chancellor-winters.

Summer: What makes you think that?

Chance: It’s hard to describe, but I just felt this underlying tension between him and devon that had nothing to do with the pitch.

Mariah: So, how are things going?

Tessa: Well, I thought things were going great until I almost bit the head off of a snobby woman who wanted an immediate table.

Mariah: Oh, I’m so sorry. But I couldn’t resist having, you know, a karen moment.

[ Tessa chuckles ] Plus, I am hoping that being married to the manager of society gets me a little bit of special treatment.

Tessa: More special than the treatment abby already gives us when we’re here?

Mariah: Oh, no, abby is warm and– and kind and generous, but I can only push my special requests with her so far. Now that you’re working here, I can make as many outlandish requests as I want.

Tessa: Okay, well, I’ll be the judge of that. Like what?

Mariah: Oh, that’s a good question, okay, so, for starters, maybe a purple throne booster seat for aria?

Tessa: Oh, I thought you said “outlandish.” I mean, I already put that on the list.

Mariah: Okay, so tell me the truth. Are you really, really okay with this new job?

Tessa: You know, at first, I thought I was just happy doing abby a favor, stepping in like this, but mariah, this place has so much energy, so much life. I mean, I love interacting with the kitchen staff, the wait staff, the patrons.

Mariah: Of course you do. You’re a natural, and you give that energy right back. I could feel it the second I walked in the door.

Tessa: And of course, you are totally objective when it comes to me.

Mariah: Yes, yes, I’m totally and completely objective. I do have to warn you, though, as amazing and incredible as you are, I mean, I have some very particular demands when it comes to my empanada orders.

[ Tessa sighs ]

Devon: Ashley, you know that I always appreciate you looking out for my relationship with tucker, but I have plenty of other reasons why I don’t want him in my life or our son’s life.

Ashley: But hadn’t you reached a detente with him when I came back from paris the first time? Wasn’t it when I said he was violent that reignited your anger? Okay, I’m not gonna tell you what to do, and I’m not gonna tell you how to feel, but I owe you an apology for dumping that on you, that completely inaccurate version of events that obviously shattered an already tenuous relationship. I’m just asking you to, you know… give him another chance.

Devon: I understand what you’re asking, but you have to know that this isn’t about me anymore. I have a family, we have a family, and it’s about who we value having in our lives. And I don’t think I’m gonna be able to give you the answer that you’re looking for. You know, we appreciate you being honest with us and for giving a damn at all. I mean that.

Ashley: Please, you don’t have to thank me for giving a damn about my grandson or giving a damn about you. I mean, that’s like thanking me for breathing. Look, devon, I’m just asking you to maybe take what I said to heart, and think about it, okay? Please. All right, I’ll see you soon. Bye-bye.

Devon: Good to see you.

Ashley: Bye.

[ Abby sighs ] A mystery!

Summer: Look, I understand exactly how you’re feeling. Sometimes working in business, it can make you kind of paranoid, and nobody really prepares you for that.

Chance: Yeah, definitely not in the company handbook.

Summer: Also, things didn’t go super smoothly when billy and devon worked together before, so…

Chance: I heard about that. What’s that about? What happened?

Summer: Uh, I don’t really know the details, but apparently billy left chancellor-winters to go back to jabot, because, I mean, even though his mom is a co-owner, he just always felt like an outsider there, especially after he and lily broke up. And now he’s back at jill’s request, and maybe it’s just gonna take some time for him and devon to adjust to working together again.

Chance: You know, it almost felt like billy’s biggest problem was the fact that devon was into my pitch.

Summer: That could get messy. I hope that’s not the case.

Chance: Yeah, same. And if it is, the last thing I wanna have to do is pick sides.

Billy: I just think that we need to allow ashley to handle her own business.

Jack: In spite of what it might cost her.

Billy: Jack, is it really that difficult for you to have faith in her, or to maybe trust that someone else might have the answers?

Jack: That is not what this is about.

Traci: Okay, okay, you guys, please don’t start, please. You know, I– I agree with billy. I think maybe we should trust ashley in her choices, and watch to see how this all plays out. She is calmer and more in control of herself, and that’s a positive sign, right?

Devon: Thanks.

[ Sighs ] Well, I didn’t see that coming at all.

Abby: Neither did I. And look, I wasn’t about to interfere with your conversation with my mom, but you’re right. You have many more reasons to keep tucker at a distance other than what happened in paris. And whatever you decide to do moving forward with tucker, I just– I have to tell you for what it’s worth, he’s not my dad. And I don’t have that connection with him, so I’m not gonna be able to just forgive and forget.

Devon: Yeah, I– I understand, and you won’t get any argument from me about that, but how do you feel about your mom’s change of heart? Because even if it wasn’t violent, it was still a fight that ended their marriage.

Abby: Honestly, I don’t know what to make of it, or of my mom for that matter. But something must be going on with her to be giving tucker any benefit of the doubt.

[ Abby sighs ]

[ Doorbell ringing ]

Audra: You had your say, ashley, now it’s my turn to set some things straight.

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