Y&R Transcript Wednesday, March 27, 2024

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Adam: We should make sure that connor has everything he likes to eat.

Chelsea: Well, we need to figure out what foods trigger him. And all we know is that he wasn’t eating enough at school. That he was fearing contamination, but what are the specifics? Is it because the food was from the dining hall? Are there specific foods? Is it how it was plated? I mean, there’s so much we don’t know. And I don’t want to encourage his fears, but we have to make sure our son eats to support his little body. I mean, there’s so much I don’t know. There’s so much I still have to learn. I…

Adam: Well, we’re gonna figure it out, okay?

Chelsea: Well, yeah, but we can’t just guess, adam.

Adam: Aren’t you at all relieved that connor is back home? Because I sure as hell am.

Chelsea: Honestly? Not really.

Adam: Chelsea, come on. How long has it been since we’ve seen him smile like that when he walked into your apartment?

Chelsea: Too long.

Adam: I hate to say this, but maybe shipping him off to that school was more of a setback than a solution.

Chelsea: No. No. I don’t think that for a second. That school picked up on things we would’ve missed, adam. We would’ve just thought he’s become a picky eater or– or he just likes his desk to be organized. No. That school served a purpose. It got us to this point.

Adam: Right. To this point, where he’s back home. You can see the weight that has been lifted off of his shoulders, chelsea.

Chelsea: Adam, the first thing he did when he went to my place was make sure I hadn’t moved anything around in his room. His issues don’t go away because of a change of scenery. He’s still very focused on the numbers. He’s still obsessed about the germs.

Adam: But at least he is back home, and we can still get him treatment here. We can just do it locally.

Chelsea: I know you’re struggling with connor’s diagnosis. I am, too. But no one is struggling more than connor. So, it doesn’t matter what we feel. It doesn’t matter what we want. We have to make a decision. For his sake.

Daniel: Hey, you know, I don’t understand why lucy is so nervous about introducing us to this waylon guy. I mean, what father in his right mind is gonna let his daughter go to the prom with some dude that he’s never met?

Heather: Oh, right. Okay, just, uh, for the sake of argument, let’s say you met this guy.

Daniel: Uh-huh.

Heather: And you just– you can’t stand him.

Daniel: Okay.

Heather: But he asked lucy to the prom, and she’s over the moon, thrilled to go. You’re not actually gonna tell lucy she can’t go, are you?

Daniel: Yeah, maybe I am.

Heather: Okay, that’s pretty funny to me, because you’re the biggest pushover I’ve ever seen when it comes to lucy.

Daniel: That’s– no, that’s not true. I have said no to her plenty of times. Like, once when she was three, and she asked me if i would teach her how to drive.

Heather: Hm. Lucy’s always made good choices when it comes to people she’s hung out with, so I don’t see why this boy that she has a crush on will be any different.

Daniel: Sure. Let’s just hope that he’s not like me when I was his age.

Heather: Oh. Fingers crossed.

Daniel: Mm-hmm.

Heather: Okay. Well, as much as I’ve enjoyed not talking about chancellor-winters, I’m afraid it’s almost time to head back to the office.

Daniel: Ugh.

Heather: We can do this. We can do it, okay? But considering lily asked me to not rub it in her face, I just think that maybe we should head there separately and go directly to our respective offices when we get there.

Daniel: Yeah. Devon made the same request of me, so it’s probably a good plan. For as long as I have an office to go to.

Lily: Hey.

Devon: Hey.

Lily: Lunch was a good idea.

Devon: Yeah, well, you forget to eat, and I can’t relate, but I’m used to it after all these years.

Lily: Oh, so this is about my nutrition and not about distracting me from heather and daniel?

Devon: Well, if that was the plan, you just ruined it by mentioning both of them.

Lily: Yeah, that’s ’cause i know what I have to look forward to when I go back to the office.

Devon: Why? You have no reason to see them.

Lily: Uh, I do, ’cause I told esther to set up a meeting with them to catch me up on what i missed while I was gone. And now, I’d rather have a root canal.

Devon: Well, tell esther to cancel those meetings. You don’t need to talk to them. I can catch you up on everything.

Lily: I can’t avoid the head of our gaming division and a key member of our legal team forever. Which is why the sooner I get this over with, the sooner we can go back to work, business as usual.

Devon: Right. Well, do you ever think there’ll be a time where seeing both of them in the office doesn’t bother you?

Lily: Honestly, no. Which is why I think it’s best for everyone if we fire daniel and heather.

Billy: I’m sorry, excuse me for a second. What did you just say? What are you doing here? You planning another corporate purge? What the hell is going on? Hey… it’s me! Your dry skin!

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Devon: Billy, we were discussing terminating heather and daniel’s contracts.

Billy: That’s what I thought I heard. Any particular reason for that?

Devon: Yes, of course, there’s a reason, but we don’t need to get into it right now. We just feel that it’s necessary to do.

Billy: Sorry, none of my business? Is that what you’re trying to say?

Devon: No.

Billy: Except it is my business because I was voted onto the board the same day abby was, and I actually work for chancellor-winters, so I think I deserve a little more information.

Devon: I’m aware of all of that, billy. Can you just trust us on this and not turn it into a paranoid chancellor versus winters argument, please?

Billy: Well, if you can’t give me the details, then maybe you’re not confident in your decision. I’m just trying to get a handle on things here. Are there any other company divisions that you plan on gutting behind my back?

Lily: We were talking about firing two people. That’s hardly gutting a company division.

Billy: I disagree. It’s exactly what it is. I mean, daniel single-handedly built the gaming division. So back to my original question. What is the reason for this, and was I gonna get a vote on this, or was I gonna find out about it in the corporate newsletter?

Devon: No, I mean, of course you were gonna find out about it. We were gonna tell you.

Billy: You were gonna tell me. Not discuss it, not– not bring me in on the conversation. You were gonna tell me about it. I wouldn’t have heard anything about this if I didn’t walk in on this conversation. But yet, I’m the one that’s paranoid about corporate power moves.

Lily: Says the man who stole my office while I was taking care of my daughter.

Billy: Yes, I did that. That’s true. How is mattie, by the way?

Lily: She’s good, thank you.

Billy: I’m glad to hear that.

Lily: So, now that I’m back, are you going back to jabot so that I can have my office back?

Billy: Got no problem relocating my office, but I will be staying at chancellor-winters.

Lily: Oh, okay.

Devon: I’m sure they would love to have you back at your family’s company, though.

Lily: Yeah, I think so, too.

Billy: I– I agree with both of you, but unfortunately right now, I need to stay where I am to make sure that my mother’s best interests are represented, which means I’m gonna be part of every decision that this company makes.

Heather: You’ll keep your office, daniel. Probably you will.

Daniel: Or probably I won’T.

Heather: Look, if either of us is going to be fired, it’s definitely going to be me. I wouldn’t be surprised if when I arrived at the office, I find all my belongings in a cardboard box on the curb.

Daniel: It’s an effective image, but unlikely.

Heather: No, lily told me herself that terminating me is a definite possibility. She truly believes that I targeted you the minute that lucy and I got back to genoa city and that I zeroed in for the kill as soon as she left town.

Daniel: Yeah, but we both know that’s not true.

Heather: We do. She doesn’t, and I really don’t think we’re gonna be able to convince her that she’s wrong. Besides, let’s face it, I’m a lot more expendable than you are.

Daniel: Why do you say that?

Heather: Well, because my position was on a legal team that was doing perfectly well before I got there, whereas you, you’re the head of their gaming division, which has been a huge success for chancellor-winters.

Daniel: Which devon happily pointed out that chancellor-winters is not just a shareholder in omegasphere, they own it. It’s their property, it belongs to them. They are gonna continue to benefit from it whether I’m there or not.

Heather: I– I don’t know about this. Let me just, um, let me look into things legally if there’s a way I can protect you from being let go. I’m just–

Daniel: No, no, no, no, no. That is not a battle that I want to fight. Look, a contract’s a contract. I signed it. They want me gone, I’m out of there. It’s fine. And devon, he’s just looking out for his sister, so who could blame him?

Heather: But I know how much you’ve invested into omegasphere since the day you started it. I mean, you’ve poured your heart and your soul into it.

Daniel: Yes, I have.

Heather: Okay, I need to ask you a question. And it may be difficult to tell me the truth. Just please promise me you’ll tell me the truth.

Daniel: Of course I’m gonna tell you the truth.

Heather: You may lose your job. You may lose a company that you created and something that completely turned your life around.

Daniel: Yes. What was the question?

Heather: I don’t know, does that make you regret what’s happened?

Adam: Look, connor is happy that he’s home. We’re happy that he’s home, okay? I’m not suggesting that we just throw up our hands and we say, problem solved, what’s for dinner? He– he has serious issues.

Chelsea: He has ocd. We love him enough, we have to admit that. But what we can’t do is manage it by ourselves. That’s above our pay grade. We have to make a decision here.

Adam: And I’m not disagreeing with you. I’m just saying that maybe it’s a mistake to rush anything.

Chelsea: You heard what dr. Alcott said. The sooner he gets some in-depth treatment, the sooner he can gain the tools he needs to handle the illness.

Adam: I just don’t understand why you don’t want to get a second opinion before you wanna send our son away again.

Chelsea: Because it will most likely be the same evaluation, adam. And then, we’ll waste precious time. Did anything the doctor say to you seem untrue? You’ve seen connor’s behaviors. He’s told us himself about the germs and the counting and the terrible fears. Do you really think he’s been misdiagnosed?

Adam: I’m– I’m not a doctor, chelsea. You know that, that’s the point here.

Chelsea: I’m not asking you anymore, adam. I’m begging you. Please get on board with me. Please.


Chelsea: Moving forward is so important, adam. We need to show connor that– that his diagnosis is not some– some monster that he can’t beat. We have to show him that it is manageable and it is treatable with the proper help.

Adam: Yeah, and when did I say otherwise?

Chelsea: We don’t have to say anything. Our kid is really intuitive. Your fear, my fear, he senses it. And then, it adds to his fear and we can’t do that to him.

Adam: And we are not doing that. We are gonna get him whatever help he needs, chelsea.

Chelsea: I’ve done a lot of research on the residential programs dr. Alcott was telling us about and I found an incredible one in maryland. I think it could be the answer to our prayers. Just hear me out. I emailed it to you. Take a look. I think you’ll be just as impressed as I was.

Adam: Okay, first of all, I still don’t understand why there is nothing closer that we can check out. And second of all, even if this is the gold standard of residential facilities, we still have to convince connor to get on board with this because if we force him to go to any facility, this could make it worse.

Chelsea: Okay, well, you telling him that he doesn’t need to go away again if he doesn’t want to, not helpful.

Adam: Okay, I thought it was important for him to know that we’re hearing him, chelsea. That his opinion matters to us. The kid is suffering. He said he feels like a freak. Okay? That’s his words. And he doesn’t want to go to a hospital for crazy people.

Chelsea: We have to help him understand that there is no shame in getting help and that this actually isn’t a hospital. If we show him that we accept it, adam, he will learn to accept it. I will work on connor, okay? I will be able to convince him that this place is good for him, that it will help him, but I need you to be on my side. We have to be on the same team. We have to put aside all of our differences and– and all of our guilt, and all of our confusion, and all of our anger and realize that this is gonna help make connor better. I’m scared, too. But if we do this together, we can be the parents connor needs us to be.

Adam: All right. I will at least look at the material that you have for the place in maryland.

Billy: So what happens to the gaming division after you fire daniel? Do you fold it? You just shut it down? Sell off the intellectual properties, keep some? What? I mean, I’m assuming you thought about the practical fallout of this decision.

Devon: We haven’t gotten that far yet, no, but when we do, we will welcome your input.

Billy: Oh, I’m sure you will. You won’t even tell me the reason behind it. I mean, come on, it’s gotta be pretty serious. You’re gonna fire the person you’re in a relationship with, lily. So, you’re not in a relationship with him anymore. Is that what’s behind this?

Devon: Can you drop this, billy?

Billy: Oh, I get it now.

Devon: Can you please drop this?

Billy: So something happened between heather and daniel, and now you want to fire them both.

Daniel: Tell me something, counselor. Do, uh, I look like a man who’s filled with regrets?

Heather: You look like a man who’s dodging a question.

Daniel: Well, maybe it’s you who has the regrets and you’re just projecting. You know, yeah, sure, you like me a little, but maybe you’ve decided that I’m more trouble than I’m worth.

Heather: I adore you, daniel romalotti, and when I look at you, my heart still flutters. You are the man that brought lucy into my world and the man I went to savannah with to start a new life. And the man I am so excited to start a new chapter with, so do I regret being with you again? Absolutely not. So please, can you just answer the question?

Daniel: Heather, I promise you I have no regrets. Look, my little plan started a long time ago back in savannah. I knew that I needed to clean up my act. I knew that I needed to show you that I was that guy that you could count on, and, look, I didn’t screw it up. I mean, you’re here. I know how lucky I am. It worked.

Heather: Just maybe not the most convenient timing for lily or, um, your career.

Daniel: Yeah, well, no way is a professional disappointment gonna be more important than how I feel about you.

Heather: Okay, but we both know this is a little more than a professional disappointment. Omegasphere helped you turn your life around, helped you find yourself. I mean, we’re not talking about spreadsheets and profit-loss sheets. We’re talking about your heart.

Daniel: Yeah, you’re right. I do love omegasphere. I’m– I’m proud of everything that it’s accomplished. I’m proud of all the people that it’s helped.

Heather: You should be.

Daniel: You know, it reconnected me with my mom when she was working in tech. It reconnected me with my dad when he was doing the music for it. Lucy is the best beta tester that anyone could ever ask for. Basically, it helped every single one of my relationships. But, you know, initially, it was created as a way for me to get my act together and a way for me to bring you and lucy back into my life. So, I mean, if you look at it from that perspective, it may have served its purpose. I mean, it’s only real purpose. If your moderate to severe crohn’s disease

Daniel: How about I make you a promise?

Heather: Hm. Depends on what it is.

Daniel: I promise that no matter how things turn out with devon and lily at chancellor-winters, I’m gonna be fine.

Heather: Okay. I like it. Keep going.

Daniel: No, look, think about it. I mean, I started off as a painter, right? Now, I’m doing video games, development, design. And who would’ve thought that I was doing that kind of stuff, right? So maybe there is a whole new frontier out there just waiting for me to discover it and– and I just have to pay attention and keep an open mind. I’m not worried about me. I’m more concerned about you.

Heather: Why would you say that?

Daniel: Well, one of the main reasons you came back to genoa city was the job offer from chancellor-winters.

Heather: Which I appreciated a lot and I liked the work. It was even kind of interesting, but the main reason I liked it so much was because it kept me in close proximity to you for 40 to 50 hours a week.

Daniel: Oh. Well, you know, I think that we can probably figure out a way to keep ourselves in close proximity without any help from anybody else.

Heather: And I think I could probably find another position in town.

Daniel: See? So, regardless of what happens with devon and lily, we’ve got a lot of great things to look forward to.

Heather: Yeah, as long as it doesn’t affect what we are rebuilding. I’m– I’m feeling pretty optimistic about it. Yeah. I mean, maybe you could even go back to school, get your law degree, and, uh, we could set up shop together.

Daniel: Oh. They’re not gonna make me take things like law and stuff, are they?

Heather: Um, it’s been a while, but I’m pretty sure you would. However, knowing us, if we put our heads together, I’m sure we can figure out a way around it.

Daniel: Oh. You– you want to put our heads together? Like this?

Heather: Like– like this.

Daniel: You want to try?

Heather: Yeah.

Daniel: Yeah. I think it’s working.

Lily: Well, congratulations on your brilliant deduction skills, billy. Yes, daniel and I broke up. And no, it wasn’t mutual. And yes, he and heather were together, and I didn’t know about it. So, anything else?

Billy: I’m very sorry to hear that, lily. I’m sorry that you’ve been hurt in that way, again.

Lily: Thank you. I believe that you mean that.

Billy: I wouldn’t say it if I didn’t mean it. So is that the reason why you’ve decided to make this move?

Devon: You don’t think that’s enough?

Billy: In one word, no. I get the want to react. I understand that you’re hurt, and you don’t want to see him at the office, so you want to kick daniel and heather to the curb.

Lily: This isn’t just about being hurt. This is about the success of my family’s company.

Billy: Okay, please explain that part to me, because as far as I know, omegasphere is doing very well. And heather has found a place on the legal team. So?

Lily: You don’t think the tension in the air is gonna affect the work environment? People are gonna find out about daniel and heather, and it’s gonna make them very uncomfortable.

Billy: So is tension the worst possible outcome here, or is a wrongful termination suit? Or two?

Devon: No, nobody’s gonna sue us for anything. I’ve talked to daniel about this, and he’s the one who screwed up, and he knows it. And he’s owned up to it. So I don’t think he’s just gonna turn into a jerk overnight and fight for a job that he knows is just gonna hurt her.

Lily: Exactly. He and heather don’t wanna create any more drama than they already have.

Billy: With all due respect, I think you’re being a little short-sighted here, okay? This might not end up being emotional for them. It could be about income. It could be other possibilities that we haven’t thought about yet.

Lily: Oh, well, thank you for your unsolicited speculations.

Billy: Lily, again, I am sorry. And it pisses me off that daniel would do something to you like that. Cheating on you while you’re taking care of your daughter, that is not right, but this decision that you’re making right now is a mistake. You’re letting your emotions dictate your professional choices, and you’re enabling your sister out of loyalty. Both I understand, but you’re talking about terminating two employees that this company hired for rekindling a relationship that has not crossed any boundaries yet except for the ones around lily’s heart. And again, I’m not trying to be harsh. And I hate the fact that you are going through something like this, but you’ve gotta find a way to separate the two things, okay? ‘Cause you’re about to make a decision that is gonna be very difficult to come back from.

Devon: As annoying as he was, you know he did make some valid points.

Lily: Yeah, well, I don’t agree, so… type 2 diabetes?

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Lily: You know, way back when jill hired billy and me to work at chancecom, she hired us as a team because she didn’t trust billy’s judgment. And I’m sorry, but that hasn’t changed. So, he doesn’t get the right to judge me on how I make decisions for the company.

Devon: I understand that. I do, I get it. I still think though that we should probably take some time to let the dust settle before we make any moves.

Lily: I don’t need time to let the dust settle. I’ve already made my decision.

Devon: So, you weren’t affected by anything billy just said?

Lily: No. I’m sorry, billy abbott lecturing me on keeping emotions out of business? When has he ever done that? And if you’ve forgotten, ask jack.

Devon: I haven’t forgotten, but separate that.

Lily: Okay, well, do you agree that the work environment sets the tone for productivity?

Devon: I do, yes.

Lily: Okay, and are you okay with me being uncomfortable at my own company?

Devon: No, of course not.

Lily: All right, well then how else do you expect me to feel being around daniel and heather all day, every day?

Devon: I think that eventually, you will figure out how to cope. And you’ll be fine–

Lily: Oh, my god. Okay, you know what? Honestly, I am done having this conversation. So, I’m gonna go.

Abby: Hey, guys.

Lily: Hi, abby.

Abby: Hm. What just happened?

Daniel: Well, you know, I have the perfect way for us to continue to work side by side doing what we’re both best at.

Heather: I can’t wait to hear it.

Daniel: We open one of those fancy art law boutiques.

Heather: Of course, those art law boutiques. I’m not sure that’s even a thing.

Daniel: Great, well then we’ll have a corner on the market. Come on, a painting with every lawsuit? How could that idea possibly fail?

Heather: What happened? Where’d you just go? Or do I already know?

Daniel: It’s a little hard to forget that I’m the guy that broke lily’s heart. We’re sitting here, we’re having this conversation right now because her and devon, they’re talking about getting rid of us.

Heather: Daniel, did you even hear me earlier? I was happy to be at chancellor-winters because it meant being near you. Okay, subconscious or not, this is what I wanted. I mean, do I really even want to stay at chancellor-winters feeling guilty about being in a job that lily helped me get? I mean, maybe if I just go in there today and she gets to me first and I stand there while she fires me, that’ll be enough for her and then she will let you keep your job.

Daniel: No, absolutely not. If she wants to fire me, I’m not gonna fight it. I’m not gonna exacerbate the whole situation. But you know, maybe it’s time we stop second-guessing what they’re gonna do and we get proactive about this.

Heather: Proactive how, exactly?

Daniel: By doing something that would benefit everybody that’s involved. I could march in there, I could resign. Maybe that would be the best way for me to make amends and– and to keep the peace.

Adam: You’re right.

Chelsea: Which part?

Adam: The program does seem to be top-notch.

Chelsea: Keep reading. It gets better.

Adam: Well, the director is world-renowned and former patients rave about how it changed their life, you know? Connor’s school vouches for it. I mean, where was this place when I was growing up? I didn’t have ocd, but I had plenty of other issues.

Chelsea: I felt the same way when I read it. You and I both had very complicated childhoods, which led to complicated adult lives. I just feel like we’ll never forgive ourselves if connor looks back on this time and thinks we didn’t do everything we could to help him.

Billy: Hey.

Chelsea: Hey.

Billy: Summer said I could find you here. Brought you some takeout. How’s connor today?

Chelsea: Well…

Billy: This, uh, this in-person facility seems pretty great, doesn’t it?

Adam: And you know that how?

Billy: Chelsea shared the information with me and, you know, I read through it, but to be honest, I was pretty impressed.

Adam: You were?

Billy: Yeah. I mean, it seems like the perfect place to trust with your kid. You know, clear communication. They’re very open about the treatment programs and protocols going forward. Not to mention support for parents and guardians so they’re not left out in the wilderness trying to figure out how to move forward.

Chelsea: Exactly. Connor needs some guidance. We all do. This is very new for all of us.

Adam: So, you’re already in the loop. And you already have an opinion. Why do I suddenly feel outnumbered? Hm? Is this an ambush? (Vo) welcome to lobsterfest. Is your party ready?

Chelsea: No, this is not an ambush, adam. I emailed billy the information so he could take a look. That’s all. Consider it a second opinion.

Adam: Okay, well, in case this isn’t obvious, which I’m sure that it is, the second opinion that I was looking for was gonna come from a professional mental health expert. A specialist. Not your boyfriend, who knows absolutely nothing about ocd. Or is connor’s parents, by the way, so why does he get a say in this?

Billy: I’m not saying I do. I’m just simply here to offer what chelsea asked me for and that was input.

Adam: Just so we’re clear, this is 100% chelsea’s and my decision.

Billy: Absolutely. Couldn’t agree more.

Devon: So, before you showed up, lily had just heard billy out about heather and daniel. And then she shut me down when I said that billy made some good points. And then she stormed off ’cause she just was tired of having the conversation all together.

Abby: Sadly, you and I had a preview of that reaction when we put amanda and chance through something similar. Only worse.

Devon: Yeah, I’ve thought about the similarities of that many times. You know, lily is getting through it. She’s– she’s gonna be fine. She’s just bouncing back and forth between anger and pain.

Abby: Of course, who could blame her?

Devon: At the same time, billy pointed out that emotional reactions have practical ramifications.

Abby: Okay, so what’s the answer?

Devon: I have no idea what the answer is. I’m hoping we can find a solution that causes the least amount of damage as possible. Maybe heather and daniel can work from home, or on a different floor of the building.

Abby: There seems to be an option that you’re avoiding.

Devon: Yeah, well, that’s– that’s ’cause the more I think about it, the more I can see that billy might be right. That firing daniel and heather could be a mistake.

Abby: I couldn’t disagree more. They should be fired.

Daniel: Okay, why don’t we go over our options– thank you– for these meetings with lily, where we, um, catch her up on everything that happened while she was in california with mattie. Wow, this is gonna be excruciating.

Heather: Not if we keep it strictly professional.

Daniel: Sure. Okay, option one, we call esther, tell her we need to reschedule.

Heather: Right, and that makes us look like cowards.

Daniel: Right, so that’s off the table. Option two, I put us all out of our misery and I resign.

Heather: Nope, I can’t let you do that.

Daniel: It might be better for everyone.

Heather: Daniel, I keep on telling you this, it’s too soon. Okay, maybe if omegasphere was just your job, but it’s not, it’s your passion. And although you may say it served a purpose to bring us back together, you cannot just walk away. You would regret that for the rest of your life.

Daniel: It’s a chance I might be willing to take.

Heather: Okay, hold on, maybe– maybe all we need is just a cooling-off period, the three of us. Yes, lily is hurt and angry right now, but she’s always seemed like a reasonable and level-headed person. What do we do?

Daniel: I don’t know. Maybe she’ll just get her coffee and leave and wait to talk to us back at the office when we’re supposed to meet.

Heather: Hm, or maybe she won’T. And in that case, I will gladly walk over there and give her my resignation letter right now if you promise me you do not walk away from the company that means so much to you.

Daniel: Okay, don’t do or say anything. Just let her say whatever she has to first. Okay, when you turn around, you’re gonna see someone.

Billy: Look, adam, don’t get mad at chelsea for keeping me in the loop. Okay, I’m only trying to be here for her so she has someone to lean on. I’m not trying to tell you how to raise your kid.

Adam: Well, that’s good to know.

Billy: What about you? Do you have someone that you can talk to about this? Because look, it’s not just about helping connor, okay? This is about you two making sure that you feel supported and trying to figure out the best way to be there for connor.

Adam: Yes, sally gave me some useful advice, including what you just pointed out. Connor has never needed us more than he needs us right now. And we need the people around him to support us on that. So, if this helps connor, that is all that matters. So, let’s move forward and do whatever it takes to get him into that program.

Devon: Now wait, why do you think heather and daniel should get fired?

Abby: Devon, when you and i got together, amanda went to virginia to take care of her mother. Partly because her mother needed her, but also partly so she didn’t have to face us every day.

Devon: That’s true.

Abby: And lily and daniel have been close since they were kids. And I’m sure that lily will always hold a special place in her heart for daniel. And yes, lily is hurt right now, but I’m sure that she’s not gonna begrudge daniel his happiness with heather.

Devon: No, she would definitely not do that ’cause she’s an exceptional person.

Abby: So the kind thing for daniel and heather to do would be for them to resign.

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: Lily shouldn’t have to dread going into the office every day. It’s her office. And what, she has to just watch them be happy together? Lily gave daniel and heather that job. I mean, she made this possible for them.

Devon: I know that. I know she brought daniel and heather in, but she’s in a position of power. And if she uses that power to punish them for something personal, don’t you think that’s a little unprofessional or unethical?

Abby: So what, lily is supposed to just suck it up?

Devon: She’s definitely been through a lot worse, and I know that she will eventually get through this. And in the meantime, I can do whatever I can to help keep her away from daniel and heather.

Abby: Yes, that’s exactly what the ceo of chancellor-winters should be doing. Worrying about seating arrangements to protect his sister.

Devon: It would also be me protecting our company. Because billy also pointed out that there are some serious legal issues at stake here. Especially with someone involved who is a very experienced, high-powered attorney. So, the problem is– is we can’t predict how heather and daniel are gonna react to getting fired for no other reason than they fell back in love.

Daniel: Hi.

Lily: So, I was gonna wait ’til we got to the office to do this, but I figure I might as well do it now. Devon and I spoke, and you both are terminated, effective immediately. So, we will give you a great severance package, and that’s just the way it’s gonna be.

Daniel: Okay. Lily, I am so sorry that this is the place that it’s gotten to.

Lily: Yeah, well, you should have thought of that before you betrayed me.

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