Y&R Transcript Thursday, March 28, 2024

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Adam: How’s the hot chocolate?

Connor: Good. Great. They do it the best here. It was pretty bad at school.

Chelsea: Connor, your dad and I have done a lot of research on the treatment center that dr. Alcott recommends. We know you want to stay home. But the center will be able to help you more than your dad or I or even the doctors here can. So we’ve decided that it’s best if you stay there for a little while, short term.

Adam: Listen, buddy, the place that we like the best is not a hospital for crazy people, so don’t think that. It’s– it’s for people that are up against the same thing as you, and they’re learning how to deal with it.

Chelsea: We would never send you any place that’s unsafe.

Adam: Mm-mm.

Chelsea: But these are adults that know what they’re doing, and they’re experts at ocd, and they’re gonna be able to help you.

Adam: Mm-hmm. It’s in maryland.

Chelsea: Yeah, it’s beautiful there, and it’s a lot warmer there than it is here right now, so you’ll get to spend a lot of time outside.

Adam: Yeah, and I’m betting you can get some soccer games going.

Chelsea: I think you’ll be surprised about how much it helps you.

Connor: Doesn’t matter, because I’m not going.

Kyle: Mom, you’re home early.

Diane: Yeah, I knew I’d find you here with a little workstation in the living room.

Kyle: Yeah, until we find a new nanny for harrison. I’m picking him up from school.

Diane: So where is my favorite boy right now?

Kyle: Grabbing a snack with mrs. Martinez. Gave me a chance to get a few things done.

Diane: Well, harrison’s lucky that he has such a caring father.

Kyle: Well, I’m the lucky one. That kid is something else. On the way back from school, he looked at me and asked if I could pick him up every day.

[ Diane chuckles ] And then when I explained to him that I was just filling in until we found a new nanny, he asked, and I quote, “why can’t you be my nanny?”

[ Diane laughs ]

Diane: And what did you say?

Kyle: Well, I said I wish I could, that I would love to be there for him every day when he got out of school. Then I explained to him that I have a full-time job, but all my other hours are for him. I think he gets it, but I also think it’s about him missing linda and not wanting a new nanny. Transitions are tough for kids, and that kid’s had his fill.

Diane: Yeah, he sure has.

Kyle: But we’ve got it covered. Me and the rest of harrison’s crew. And I’ve gotten pretty good at juggling my work schedule and taking care of my son, if I do say so myself.

Diane: Well, congratulations. Very impressive. And equally impressive that on top of all that, you found time to show up your mother at work. By doing her job, too.

Victoria: This is novel. A stress-free day with no surprises in store. Feels like it’s been forever.

Claire: I think maybe it has been forever for me. Being free of jordan, not being worried about her next plan or when she might pop in again and try to ruin our lives. My whole life I’ve been on edge because of her.

Victoria: You don’t have to worry about that anymore. We’re free to go out and do things without looking over our shoulder constantly. In fact, I think that’s exactly what we should do. We should do something incredibly normal. Like, go for a long walk or a drive or a mother-daughter shopping spree. Or we could go see a movie. I think that we deserve that, don’t you?

Claire: Maybe we start by just going to lunch? Without security guards.

[ Both laugh ]

Victoria: That is novel. Yeah, I like that. We can go to society.

Claire: Mm!

Victoria: I’m all for that. Mom? What is it? What happened?

Nikki: What else? Jordan! I won’t let me moderate to severe plaque psoriasis

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Claire: Oh, no. What has my aunt done now?

Victoria: Claire, don’t worry. Jordan is in police custody. There’s nothing she can do from there. Whatever it is, there’s nothing she can do to hurt us anymore. Right, mom?

Nikki: But she’s still creating drama. Now she’s had some kind of seizure.

Victoria: What?

Claire: Be– because of the toxin that she drank?

Nikki: Well, not that I care, but she’s in stable condition. And now this medical emergency is delaying her transfer to the maximum security prison. They have to keep her in the hospital for a little bit longer.

Victoria: Of course they do.

Claire: If there really was a seizure, this could be one of her stall tactics to delay the transfer. I’m sure she thoroughly researched that poison. She knows the dosage, the half-life, the possible side effects, the antidote, of course. She knew exactly what she was going to expect from that toxin when she took it.

Victoria: She never meant to kill herself in that basement, did she? She took that poison knowing that we would help her, and that she would be sent into the hospital instead of rotting away in that room or in some jail cell.

Nikki: She is using this medical delay to come up with her next move.

Kyle: Mom, what are you talking about? How have I been trying to do your job?

Diane: I just came from the office where I learned that you had rewritten some of the presentation for a project that I’m spearheading. Why would you do that without talking to me?

Kyle: Mom, I think you have it all wrong.

Diane: No, kyle. You’re the one who has it wrong. You can’t just override my work, make changes and then put your seal of approval on it like you’re the ceo here. That’s unacceptable. What were you thinking except to deliberately try and show me up?

Chelsea: Connor, your dad and I completely understand you wanting to stay home. But that’s not how this works. Not with something as important as this.

Adam: Yeah, how can you say that you’re not going to go when you don’t even know anything about this place yet?

Connor: I don’t need to know anything about it because I’m not going.

Chelsea: Okay, maybe we should have eased into this. Connor, your feelings are completely valid, but maybe we should all look over the website together as a family and you can ask us any questions you might have.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Connor: Does it even matter what it’s like there? It’s just some place for you to send me so you can forget I exist.

Chelsea: What? Connor… no. How could you even say something like that?

Adam: Connor, look at me. You mean everything to me and more. Seriously, everything.

Chelsea: How could we forget the best thing that ever happened to us?

Adam: Hey, we love you. Don’t you know that?

Chelsea: Nothing is ever going to change that.

Connor: Even if I’m crazy, like the doctor said?

Adam: Okay.

Chelsea: No.

Adam: You are not crazy and the doctor never said that.

Connor: Maybe none of it’s even real anyway. Just a way to make us spend money on treatment I don’t need.

Chelsea: Sweetheart, ocd is very real. And the feelings you’ve been having, that you’ve been sharing with us, those are real, right? The scary thoughts?

Adam: The good numbers, the bad numbers, putting things in order. I mean, you do those things to keep the bad things away or for bad things from happening. Those feelings, they weren’t just made up, were they?

Connor: I don’t know anymore. I don’t know what to think about anything. Sometimes, I don’t know what’s really real or just made up in my head.

Adam: Look… I’m sorry, connor. Okay? This is hard and it’s scary. And your mom and I, we would do anything to make this better for you. Known as a passionate artist.

Adam: This is hard, buddy. But we’re asking you to trust us. You know, it’s our job to make big decisions like this. Especially when it’s something as important as this. But I promise you, your mom and I, we just want what’s best for you. And that is– it’s this place in maryland.

Chelsea: If we thought for a second there was a better option, something that could make the scary thoughts go away, something that could make your days happier and easier, we would tell you. But this is the best choice.

Connor: Will there be kids my age at this place?

Chelsea: Absolutely.

Adam: Mm-hmm.

Chelsea: Yeah. So many kids, struggling with the same things you are. So you can make friends with kids that actually understand what you’re going through. They’ll actually get it.

Adam: A– and they’re not freaks. And neither are you. And wouldn’t it be nice to make some friends with some people that you can really talk to about this kind of stuff?

Chelsea: Yeah. And your dad and I are going to come visit you on weekends.

Adam: Uh-huh.

Chelsea: If your caregivers say it’s okay, we’d love to take you out. We can all go sightseeing together.

Connor: I guess I can give it a try, but… if I really hate it there, you wouldn’t make me stay there, would you?

Kyle: Mom… why would I try to show you up?

Diane: Why else would you redo my work on my project without talking to me first?

Kyle: Redo? Mom, I think that’s a bit of an exaggeration. All I did was mark up some of the copy on your presentation.

Diane: And why would you do that?

Kyle: Uh, when I read it, it felt a bit rushed. So I cleaned it up a bit for you.

Diane: Rushed? Cleaned it up? Oh, because it was in such terrible shape.

Kyle: No, I was being a second set of eyes. Like a proofreader. I honestly thought I was doing you a favor.

Diane: No, kyle, that wasn’t a favor. A favor would have been if you had come to me, and you would have shared your thoughts, and then we could discuss any changes. And then I would make them, if I wanted to, with your input. You know, even if you had told me about it after you had done it, at least I wouldn’t have been blindsided. Instead, I happened to look over my final draft before the release, and I see your handiwork.

Kyle: Okay, mom, you’re blowing this way out of proportion.

Diane: Excuse me?

Kyle: No, you know none of this was meant to offend or upset. It was minor changes that happen every day in work documents. In my mind, it really wasn’t that big a deal.

Diane: Well, if it was the first time it happened, it wouldn’t be. But it has just been one thing after another. A small change here, a minor adjustment there.

Kyle: Yes, exactly, exactly. Small changes. I always have someone look over my work as a safety net. That is all.

Diane: You know what, kyle? All of this help of yours is really starting to add up. You have been reviewing and scrutinizing my work since the day I took the position, looking over my shoulder at every turn.

Kyle: Yeah, I thought we were working together. That you had welcomed my input, come to expect it. That’s how I would feel if the shoe were on the other foot.

Diane: Yeah, except you seem to forget that I’m your superior. You’re supposed to report to me, not the other way around.

Kyle: Well, forgive me if I overstepped.

[ Diane scoffs ]

Victoria: Jordan has been captured, right? She’s been exposed for the psychopath that she is. She’s got security monitoring her 24/7. I don’t believe that she has any moves left to play. I mean, yes, she’s put off getting locked in a jail cell for some time, but I mean, really, how much time has she bought herself?

Claire: This is why I wanted to leave her in that basement. We can’t underestimate my aunt. She always has a backup plan.

Jack: Good afternoon, ladies.

Nikki: Hi, jack. It’s good to see you.

Victoria: Hi, jack. Uh, I know you’ve met claire before, but I don’t believe you’ve met her as my daughter.

Jack: You’re absolutely right. I had no idea. Claire, I will tell you what I’ve told everyone else in your family. I will not let my decades-old feud with your grandfather have any effect on my feelings toward you.

[ Claire laughs ]

Claire: You’re too kind. Thank you.

Jack: I– I hope I’m not interrupting. I was hoping to speak to nikki, if you’re free.

Victoria: Oh, yes, she’s– actually, she’s free. We– claire and I are going to society to have lunch. Mom, you’re welcome to join us later if you’d like.

Nikki: Oh, thank you, sweetheart. You two go. Have fun.

Victoria: Thank you. Good to see you, jack.

Jack: See you. Uh, is this bad timing?

Nikki: No, not at all. I– I’m glad you’re here.

Jack: Were there some issues with your granddaughter? I– did I sense a tension when I walked in here?

Nikki: Yes, you definitely did. But it wasn’t about claire. It was about her aunt. I saved jordan’s life, and now I may live to regret it. Kerendia presents the abc’s of ckd.

Nikki: I mean, I knew the woman was crazy, but I certainly wasn’t expecting her to pull out a vial of poison and gulp it down. I mean, she was practically foaming at the mouth. I– I couldn’t stand there and– and watch her die. I– I had to do something.

Jack: Of course you did.

[ Nikki sighs ]

Nikki: So I called 911. At the time, that felt like a good decision, but now I’m worried that she’s going to use my split-second choice to her advantage.

Jack: Wait, but you call it a choice, but is it really one? I– you could not stand by and watch someone die right in front of you without trying to help them. Other people might, but not you.

Nikki: It doesn’t mean it was the right choice for my family.

Jack: I understand, but choosing otherwise would only torment and haunt you more.

Nikki: Well, thank you, jack. It’s good to hear you say that, and I– I will try to let go of this feeling, but the world would be better off if she had died right then and there.

Jack: So says victor newman, I assume.

Nikki: He’s not the only one.

Jack: It doesn’t matter. You stuck to your guns. You followed your own moral compass. You knew what you could and could not live with.

Nikki: I’m so relieved you backed me up on this.

[ Loud crashing ]

[ Nikki gasps ] My god, what was that?

Jack: Hey, hey, hey. It’s certainly not jordan, if that’s what you’re thinking.

Nikki: Claire said not to underestimate her, that she’s capable of anything.

Jack: Nikki, nikki, I’m sure it’s not her. She would never get through security. Let me check into this. I’ll be right back, okay?

Victoria: Sorry, mom! My purse got caught on the chair. We’re leaving now.

Jack: There you go. There’s your answe– hey, you are shaking like a leaf.

Diane: Kyle, I’m sorry. I– I didn’t mean to get so angry. I– look, I wasn’t trying to put you in your place.

Kyle: Mm. You sure?

Diane: Well, I– okay, I shouldn’t have said it like that, but, yes, I’ve had some concerns building, and I should have addressed them with you sooner.

Kyle: Yeah. Would have been nice to have known weeks ago that I should keep my opinion to myself.

Diane: That’s not what I meant. Look, I’m just trying to get a handle on our new working dynamic.

Kyle: Oh, I get it, our new working dynamic, with you as my superior.

Diane: Oh, my god, kyle. I mean, when you say things like that, it lets me know that you’re carrying around resentment towards me.

Kyle: Mm, that’s funny, because it sounds like you’re the one with the resentment, that I actually know what your job entails, that I might have some advice worth taking.

Diane: Fair enough. You do. And maybe that’s why I’m overly cautious when it comes to your involvement at work. But it doesn’t mean we can’t push through this. Why don’t– look, why don’t we get some lunch, and we can talk about it?

Kyle: Yeah, I’m sorry, mom. I just, uh, realized I need to take care of something at the office, and don’t worry about harrison. Mrs. Martinez said she’d look after him.

Diane: Kyle, we really should discuss this.

Chelsea: I promise, if this place doesn’t seem to be helping you, and you really, really don’t like it there, we won’t force you to stay.

Connor: Okay. Good.

Adam: But you gotta give it some time, okay? There’s no calling us the next day and asking us to come pick you up. Because the beginning is probably going to be slow. It’s going to feel confusing or boring. You know, it’s like soccer drills, right? They’re boring. You don’t really know why you’re doing them. But then you realize you need the basics to really play. Right?

Connor: Okay. I’ll try.

Chelsea: That’s my sweet boy. Uh, adam, can you call and confirm that we’re coming?

Adam: Yeah. This thing?

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Adam: Okay, that sounds good. Um, yes, we will let you know when to expect us. Thank you.

Chelsea: Sounds like that went well.

Adam: Yeah, the administrators are on top of everything, and connor’s school and doctors are in touch, so his academic records, coursework are ready to be transferred. They can enroll him immediately.

Chelsea: Wow. The sooner we get moving, the sooner we get you back on the right path.

Adam: Well, actually, they only have one bed left, so we need to move fast. You know, maybe we could fly out later this evening if possible.

Connor: This is happening so fast.

Adam: Well, that’s a good thing. It means we need to stay focused. Gotta keep our eyes on the prize, huh?

Connor: I have to make a list. There’s some things I have to bring with me. No way I can go without them.

Chelsea: No problem. I’ll stick to the list and make sure you have everything you need.

Adam: All right. All right, come. Life is gonna get better for you, okay? This is gonna work. I love you. Never forget that, okay?

[ Adam sighs ]

[ Footsteps approaching ]

Nikki: Thank you.

Jack: Now, what was all that about?

Nikki: Lately, I’ve been in a constant state of needing to be distracted. As a result, claire and I have gotten to know each other better. We’ve been telling each other stories about our lives. It’s a way for us to shut jordan out of our head.

Jack: Is that your way of telling me one of us should stop talking?

Nikki: Yes, please. Tell me about your family. What’s going on with the abbotts?

Jack: Well, let’s see. Things at jabot are going relatively well.

Nikki: Relatively?

Jack: Diane and kyle are adjusting to their new roles at jabot, but, uh, they’ve hit a rough patch. It’ll be– it’ll be better soon. And traci is busy working on her book.

Nikki: Oh, she’s such a talented writer. I can’t wait to read it. How is ashley doing?

Jack: Actually, I am concerned about ashley these days. I was gonna ask you for some advice.

Nikki: Well, I’m happy to listen, but… I don’t know your sister would be thrilled that you’re coming to me for guidance, so please don’t credit any of my words of wisdom to me.

Jack: Duly noted.

Nikki: Well, what’s going on with her?

Jack: She is struggling with the end of her marriage to tucker mccall.

Nikki: Why is that guy still even in town?

Jack: Oh, god, I ask myself daily. Their marriage ended so badly, they each have a completely different perspective on what happened in the fight that caused the breakup.

Nikki: Let me guess. He insisted he’s completely innocent.

Jack: Oh, yes, totally blameless. And ashley, of course, argues with that. And after weeks of accusations and denials, ashley suddenly decided that maybe she blew the circumstances out of proportion.

Nikki: Well, after all that animosity, I assume their relationship is over.

Jack: Well, that is the thing. She vacillates between… hating him and wanting to forgive him and take him back. And… one minute, she’s– she’s ranting and raving about what a horrible man he is, and the next she feels guilty about misjudging him and wants to make room for him in her life. And the whole while she is saying everything’s fine.

Nikki: Well, that is unsettling.

Jack: It is. Why would she want that slime back in her life? I’ve tried offering her advice and comfort and space and anything I can think of, but I can’t seem to get through to her.

Nikki: Oh, jack, I’m so sorry you’ve been dealing with this at home while I’ve been leaning on you as my sponsor.

Jack: No, no, no, no. At the beginning, she had me completely convinced she wanted nothing to do with him. I’ve since learned that is not the case.

Nikki: I can certainly see why you’re concerned. If you still want my advice–

Jack: I do.

Nikki: I don’t think you’re going to like it.

Jack: Go ahead.

Nikki: You need to stay out of it. Now, I am the first one to say that sometimes ashley doesn’t make the best decisions. But if she is in trouble, she needs to know that she can trust you. If things blow up, she wants to be able to lean on you and not hear any I-told-you-so’S. Don’t risk pushing her away, and that could very well happen if you try to control her life.

Jack: You’re right. I don’t like it. But you’re not the first person to say it, my wife seems to agree with you. So I guess I have no choice, but to listen.

Nikki: Well, I think you already knew it in your heart.

Jack: No, I wouldn’t give me that much credit.

Nikki: Well, I hate to see you agonizing over your sister like this, but… hey, it’s not all bad.

Jack: No?

Nikki: Mission accomplished. You managed to get me out of my own head for a while.

[ Jack chuckling ]

Victoria: Wow, look at us. Out and about.

Claire: You do this with nikki, right? Mother-daughter lunches?

Victoria: Absolutely. All the time. Now it’s our turn.

Claire: It’s still weird, the difference between researching you and actually knowing you.

Victoria: Oh, well, I don’t think I want to know what they say about me in the press or on social media.

[ Claire laughing ]

Claire: The press doesn’t know how silly you can be or how sweet or that you’re not the best baker?

Victoria: Oh, well, I’m sure that johnny and katie are gonna tell you all about that. In the meantime, there’s just so much that I want to know.

Claire: Like what?

Victoria: For instance, what would you have studied if it had been up to you, and you didn’t have someone controlling your every move?

Claire: I don’t– I don’t know.

Victoria: I– I always planned to be in business, but my other great passion, something that I love so much, is art. What about you?

Claire: I love museums. For the art, but also the people watching, so cool. You get to see a painting, and then you can also see what it means to someone who’s looking at it.

Victoria: Then you were allowed to go to museums, at least.

Claire: Yeah, but it’s not really like you think. Being exposed to art was to help me fit into your world, help me blend in. It wasn’t for my sake, but I got something out of it anyway. My aunt couldn’t take my imagination from me. That was always mine.

Victoria: It is all yours. Your thoughts, your dreams, your future. It’s all yours, claire. I know that we have a lot of lost time to make up for, but we can do it, I know that.

Kyle: Afternoon, ladies.

Victoria: Hi, kyle, it’s nice running into you again.

Kyle: Likewise.

[ Phone ringing ]

Victoria: Excuse me for a minute, I have to take this. Hello.

Claire: Kyle. Do you want to sit?

Kyle: Careful. You might regret the offer. I’m not in the greatest mood, so I’m probably not the best company.

Claire: Well, you would be surprised at the kind of company I can put up with. I’m sure even on your worst day, you’re still a big improvement in my book.

[ Kyle chuckles ]

Kyle: Is that so? Why don’t you tell me more? Hi. I use febreze fade defy plug.

Claire: Oh, well, I have tons of experience with undesirable companions. I can’t single anyone out. That wouldn’t be fair to them.

Kyle: It’s nice of you to respect their privacy.

Claire: Always.

[ Kyle chuckles ]

Kyle: I wasn’t eavesdropping, but I heard victoria say you have to make up for a lot of time. I assume that’s because she didn’t get to raise you.

Claire: Right, I was raised by my great-aunt on my father’s side. She kept me pretty sheltered. So, what’s your connection to the newman family? Well, I know, you and summer are divorced, but yesterday, when we saw you with your son, you seemed like a happy family.

Kyle: Our marriage is over, but summer and i are co-parenting harrison the best we can. He’s a great kid.

Claire: I saw that firsthand.

Kyle: You did. And he’s been through a lot in his little life. I can’t let that happen again. So, summer and I are just doing our best. Yeah, you must have had a hard time as a child, too.

Claire: It was all I knew.

Kyle: It doesn’t make it any easier, does it? I mean, did you feel different than the other kids in your class who had their mothers and fathers?

Claire: Wow, kyle, you sure ask a lot of questions.

Kyle: I– I didn’t mean to be intrusive.

[ Claire sighs ]

Claire: Someone warned you about me, didn’t they? Now you’re just trying to figure out how terrible a person I really am.

Jack: Hey! Look who’s here. I thought you’d be at work.

Diane: Uh, I was, but then I came back to have a chat with kyle.

Jack: Oh, is there a problem?

Diane: I’d say so. In fact, I did say so directly to our son.

Jack: Uh, what did the two of you discuss?

Diane: Well, I confronted him about why he keeps double-checking my work and making changes to it without bothering to talk to me about it first.

Jack: And what did he say?

Diane: Oh, he said my copy felt rushed, and he’s doing me a favor, as if it’s his call to make. And then things got heated between us, and, jack, I know, I know that all of this is because he resents me for having the position that he once held.

Jack: I know you have worried about this, but it was kyle that recommended you take the job. At some point, you’re going to have to accept him at his word that this is what he wants.

Diane: Well, he might have been on board at first, but I think he’s having second thoughts. I know him, and I know that it is killing him to see me in his place. So what do I do?

Adam: Well, it took some time, and a lot of finessing.

Sally: But connor agreed?

Adam: He’s willing to go to the residential program.

[ Sally sighs ]

Sally: Well, I– I know this isn’t easy, but I’m really proud of you for accepting it yourself and for convincing connor.

Adam: Ultimately, in the end, it wasn’t my choice, you know? I had to listen to what you said and put my son first. But I don’t want this. No, I don’t want any of this for him. I want him to be happy and well at home. I want the biggest problem in his life to be what movie he’s gonna go to with his pals. But none of that can happen until he gets help.

Sally: And you’re doing everything you can to make sure that’s possible.

Adam: Then why do I feel so guilty about it? When I was a kid, I was so screwed up. If I don’t know how to be a good person, how the hell am i ever gonna be a good parent? You know, did I pass this dysfunction along to him? Maybe if I had been there for him, maybe he wouldn’t have to deal with this.

Sally: Adam. Adam. No, what connor is going through is rough on all three of you. But you cannot blame yourself. You did nothing wrong. You have been an amazing parent to your son, I’ve seen it.

Adam: We’re leaving for the east coast tonight so we can get him admitted in the morning. Chelsea’s helping him pack a bag right now.

Sally: Well, that’s good. One more step in the right direction to getting connor the help he needs. Look, you have done a lot of brave things in your life, adam. I know you would deny it, but it’s true. You can and will get through this, too.

[ Adam sighs ]

Adam: Well, I– I mean, seriously, seriously, seeing him go through this is tearing me apart. He just told us he doesn’t even know what’s real and what’s just going around in his head. I mean, something– something broke in me when he said those words.

Sally: And that is how you know that you’re doing the right thing. It’s exactly why this decision is so important. It’s just what connor needs.

[ Adam sighs ] If advanced lung cancer

Sally: Chelsea. I’m glad I got to see you before you all go.

Chelsea: Hi, sally, I’m glad I got to see you, too. Um, I wanted to thank you for all the support you’ve been giving adam. He’s going through a lot. We all are, and I’m– I’m grateful that you’ve been there for him.

Sally: I mean, I really haven’t done anything much, just listened, so…

Chelsea: I think you’ve done more than that.

Sally: Well, like I told him, I know what a wonderful father he is and that he will always do whatever he can for connor.

Adam: Well, let’s just pray that it is enough.

Sally: I really can’t imagine what you and adam have been going through, let alone connor. He really is a great kid. And this facility sounds amazing, I’ll be sending all my good thoughts. And if there’s anything you need, seriously, please call me.

Chelsea: Thank you, sally. I appreciate that. And if I haven’t said it yet, I’m– I’m really grateful you’re back in adam’s life. Especially now, when he really needs your help.

Sally: Well, thank you. That means a lot.

Chelsea: Um, I don’t want to leave connor alone up there for too long, so I’m gonna head up. Um, meet you in a few?

Adam: Yeah.

Chelsea: Okay.

Sally: Connor really is a great kid. With two great parents who could not be more loving and caring.

[ Adam exhales sharply ]

Adam: And we are doing the right thing, mm-hmm.

Sally: You are. Now, look, I know you have a million things to do, so I won’t keep you.

Adam: Well, I don’t know how long they’re gonna let us stay after connor’s admitted, but I would like to stay with him as long as possible, so I’m not sure when we’re gonna come back.

Sally: It’s fine. I understand. Just keep in touch and let me know how it’s going, okay?

Adam: Yeah. Of course. Oh, I should get going. I still have a lot of things to do, like alerting nick and victor. You know, it’s sudden, and there’s probably a lot of things I gotta wrap up, so…

Sally: Hey, adam, do not worry about work right now, okay? I will let them know what’s going on. And you know nick will cover you on the work front, okay?

Sally: I will be thinking of you and connor and sending you both my love. And remember… all of your focus needs to be on your son.

Jack: I am not going to tell you how to handle this. That would undermine both of you, you’ll find your way through this.

Diane: I know, I could just use the advice of my co-ceo.

Jack: Honey, I love you both. You have to communicate. You’ll find your way through all of this. Look, you’re in a very unique position as co-ceo and his mother. Doesn’t make things any easier, but this is for the two of you to find a way to move forward. So the solution has to come from the two of you.

Kyle: “Terrible person”? I mean, why would you even think that? Why would I?

Claire: I appreciate you trying not to embarrass me over my past. Or yourself for being freaked out by it, but… we can be honest here. You learned more about my story, didn’t you?

Kyle: Claire, I haven’t hear–

Claire: I can tell. Yesterday, you treated me completely differently. You were mildly curious about my story in a, “wow, that’s so great you two found each other” kind of way. But today, your questions are pointed, and they’re intense.

Kyle: Okay. Okay. Yes. I did find out more about your life. And honestly, it’s all pretty shocking.

Claire: And you probably don’t even know the whole story. So you should walk away. After what you heard, no one would blame you. I have a dangerous past. You should go. Protect yourself.

Kyle: No, you’re not getting off the hook that easy. You said I don’t know all of it, so tell me your side. I’m ready to listen.

[ Phone ringing ]

Nikki: Security? Hello? No, victor’s not here. Did you try him on his cell? Yes, I can take a message. What? Jordan… escaped from the hospital? Oh, my god. Oh, my god, this can’t be happening.

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