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Young & The Restless Transcript


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[ Tessa humming ]

Mariah: Look at you!

Tessa: What?

Mariah: Glowing with career and personal satisfaction.

Tessa: Can you tell?

Mariah: Yeah, it’s the humming. That’s your tell. You sing when you’re happy.

Tessa: With good reason. My life is beautiful. But if I’m humming too much, please tell me and I’ll tone it down.

Mariah: No, no, no. It’s– it’s amazing. In fact, why don’t we try to find a way to make you happier?

Tessa: Is that even possible?

Mariah: I think I can make it happen.

Lily: Okay, send me the contract when you’ve made the changes. Thank you.

[ Lily sighs ] Why am I always running into you? [ Chuckles ]

Billy: Because we work in the same office. We live in the same town. I’m actually glad I ran into you.

Lily: No, no.

Billy: No what? You have no idea what I was just going to say.

Lily: I know exactly what you’re going to say and I’m not going there with you.

Billy: Going where?

Lily: I’m not going to revisit your conversation of us running the company together.

Billy: Okay, fine. I can take a hint. I know when to back off. Plus, I believe you’re going to come around on your own anyway.

[ Lily sighs ]

Audra: So, of the three companies we’ve acquired, I think we should launch a marketing campaign for the one with the highest sales and most shelf space first. You know, that way we can hit the ground running with a well-known…

Tucker: No.

Audra: …And somewhat successful–

Tucker: No, no, no. That’s a dumb idea.

Audra: I mean, you’re dumb.

Tucker: What we do is divert more capital to the one that needs the most support, repackage their signature products, implement a new marketing spin.

Audra: Hm. [ Clicks tongue ] Right. Shore up the weakest link first. Kind of like you in our relationship.

Tucker: Right. We turn each company around, one by one, and then we push them on the marketplace with a new look.

Audra: While we build up our own products for a more affluent clientele.

Tucker: Mm-hmm. And we market the hell out of those and then bingo, we’ve got our boot on the neck of the industry. And they beg for our mercy.

Audra: Wow. You know, I almost forgot what a cold-blooded, ruthless, horrible person you can be.

Tucker: Oh, thank you, sweetheart.

Audra: Glissade can actually rival jabot. And in time, even surpass it.

Tucker: Salud.

Audra: Salud.

Traci: Uh, w– wow, that’s quite a dress.

Ashley: Thank you. Sometimes, retail therapy is the only therapy you really need, right?

Traci: Uh, well, I’m glad that you decided that you would come up and have a bite to eat.

Ashley: Sure. I’m a little bit hungry. I’m peckish.

Traci: Uh, well, let’s see. Everything’s good. What– what do you think? Your usual?

Ashley: Uh, it doesn’t really matter so much. What I could use, though, is maybe a little shot of tequila.


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Tucker: Listen to you, talking about glissade surpassing jabot. I thought that you wanted our focus to be solely on our company and not about some personal rivalry. You were very adamant about not wanting the drama, if you recall.

Audra: Yeah, I do perfectly recall what I said, but since then, I’ve had an epiphany of sorts.

[ Tucker clicks tongue ]

Tucker: What sort?

Audra: Well, I think we can be the biggest cosmetic entity out there. Because, I mean, why not?

Tucker: Hm.

Audra: Look, I don’t need any other motive besides wanting to dominate the market. Whereas your reasons are suspect.

[ Tucker sighs ]

Tucker: If you’re referring to ashley abbott, you are mistaken.

Audra: Ugh.

Tucker: She is not my motivation. Not anymore. Although, I would love to crush her sanctimonious brother and nephew. Take them down a couple notches.

Audra: Hm.

Tucker: With diane as collateral, that would be fun. And good business.

Audra: Yeah, I agree. Taking on one of the biggest cosmetic companies in the marketplace could serve to set our goals even higher. When you aim low, you run the risk of hitting it. The odds are much better when you shoot for the moon.

Tucker: Yes. Your drive and ambition give me certain sensations. Have I ever mentioned that to you?

Audra: Tucker, I think everything gives you sensations.

Tucker: Yes, well, what can I say? I’m very sensational.

Audra: Hm.

Traci: Ashley, I don’t think you need anything else to drink. I mean, at least have something to eat first.

Ashley: Oh, bless her little heart. I’ll just humor the poor thing. You’re right. I’m just going to have an iced tea.

[ Traci sighs ]

Traci: Ashley, um…

Ashley: Hm?

Traci: Jack and I have been trying to get a hold of you. And we’ve been very worried that you haven’t gotten back to us. Are you not getting our messages?

Ashley: I did not get your calls. I’m so sorry. I turned my phone off. I know. I’ve been trying to do just a little cell phone detox, you know, to get rid of all the stress that I’ve been carrying around.

Traci: Oh, well, I guess I could understand that under normal circumstances. But ashley, considering everything going on with you, blackouts, I think everyone would be a little more comfortable if you would leave your phone on. Uh, we just get so worried when we can’t reach you.

Ashley: I get it.

Traci: I do have some good news, though. Harrison is home from his ordeal. I’m so sorry that I couldn’t tell you about it at the time. But you were in such a precarious situation, we didn’t want to add to your burden.

Ashley: Oh, I understand completely. But, I get it, again, you know, and I think the most important thing is that that precious little boy is okay.

Traci: Yeah, and I don’t know how he did it, but kyle was able to track that– that woman, jordan, and figure out where she was holding him, and now he’s home, safe and sound in his own bed.

Ashley: Gotta count our blessings.

Traci: Yeah, I suppose. Now, we can concentrate on you.

Ashley: Son of a bitch.

Tessa: Sorry, I was busy being amazing at my job, but I have a minute, and now you can tell me how I could possibly be happier.

Mariah: Okay, so happiness to you equals singing to yourself, okay?

Tessa: All right.

Mariah: So, what if there was a way to have you in front of an audience that is not me and aria?

Tessa: I mean, yeah, I– I– I love it. Always. But touring takes me away from home, and aria’s too yummy to miss a weekend with, and I have a job here, and, you know, you’re okay, too.

Mariah: Hm. Thank you for that.

Tessa: Yeah, you’re welcome.

Mariah: Well, I wouldn’t be a genius for nothing. Uh, no, instead of touring, I’m thinking about local music festivals, you know? It’s getting warmer out. They’re bound to start popping up.

Tessa: That does sound tempting. And I do miss singing in front of a live audience, but–

Mariah: No, no, no buts.

Tessa: However, no festivals have offered me a slot.

Mariah: You know what? I think we can actually change that. Hey, you two! Hi!

Abby: Hi!

Mariah: Hi, it’s so great to see you.

Abby: You too, always. Tessa, I have to tell you, I talked to the seafood vendor, and he says you’re his new favorite person.

Tessa: Aw.

Abby: And I couldn’t even be offended, because of course you are.

Mariah: I know, from singing, to modeling, to managing, she’s just so multi-talented.

Abby: Yeah.

Devon: She is.

Tessa: Can you tell she used to be my manager? You know, we really miss you at the label.

Mariah: A-ha!

Tessa: Mariah? No.

Mariah: Yeah.

Tessa: No.

Abby: Uh, are we missing something?

Mariah: Am I crazy, or a singer-songwriter this talented, doesn’t she deserve a showcase at something like, I don’t know, a music festival?

Devon: Hang on.

Mariah: And devon? I know that you know everyone in the industry, so…

Devon: I do. Abby, I love my job, and I’m not looking to leave.

Abby: Well, thank goodness, but speaking of festivals…

Devon: Yeah, we’re actually putting together a festival, and you would be perfect for the lineup.

Mariah: That is incredible. Uh, is it local? Because she’s looking to stay local.

Tessa: Wow, that escalated quickly.

Devon: Yeah, we can definitely keep it local.

Abby: Then, it’s agreed.

Devon: If it works for you.

Tessa: If that works for you?

Abby: I will cut your hours if you say no.

Tessa: Sounds perfect.

Devon: Seriously.

Tessa: Thank you. All of you. Thank you.

Mariah: Well, she’ll have a set list to you very soon.

Devon: We’re looking forward to it.

Tessa: Oh, let me show you to your table.

Abby: No, it’s okay. We got it.

Devon: Yeah. We’ll see you.

Abby: Bye.

Mariah: Bye.

[ Both laughing ]

Abby: Thank you.

Devon: Yes.

Abby: Well, that was a fantastic idea.

Devon: Yeah.

Abby: Is something wrong?

Devon: Yeah, it’s from nate. He just said, “thanks for the vote of confidence. I appreciate it.” We should be celebrating his seat on the board right now.

Abby: I really thought we would be.

Devon: Yeah, so did I. Until lily voted against me. I did not see that coming.

Lily: So, you’re that confident, huh? That I’m going to come around to your way of thinking?

Billy: It’s only a matter of time.

Lily: Well, I did have an interesting conversation with mamie today. And by interesting, I mean disturbing.

Billy: Let me guess, you didn’t vote the party line? Is that why?

Lily: Oh, no. She went as far to say that maybe I was too emotionally distraught over my breakup with daniel in order to make the right decision.

[ Billy whistles ]

Billy: Damn. That’s just rude.

Lily: I don’t know. Maybe she was being sympathetic.

Billy: Which means you think maybe she wasn’T. So does that mean you’re finally coming around to the idea that your aunt mamie is trouble? ()

[ Audra gasps ]

Audra: I have an idea.

Tucker: So do I. A big one.

Audra: I was considering that we could consolidate production costs by housing the factories of all of our companies in one large facility. The operational cost and overhead would be reduced, especially as we streamline each company’s product line.

Tucker: Mm, I love it when you talk dirty.

Audra: I could consider something else, too.

Tucker: And what’s that? Eh, I don’t know. That wasn’t very convincing. I think I need another one.

Audra: Ah, food first, though.

Tucker: Food first. [ Sighs ] All right. Let’s order room service and eat naked.

Audra: Too much of a chance we’d never eat at all.

Tucker: Yeah.

Audra: Knowing you.

Tucker: Hey, did you know they have a restaurant downstairs?

Audra: What?

Tucker: Yeah.

Audra: Here? Downstairs.

Tucker: Yes.

Audra: In the athletic club?

Tucker: Yes.

Audra: Oh, well, I think we should try it.

Tucker: Let’s do it. I’ll race you down there. Loser buys.

[ Audra scoffs ] Ready? One. Two.

Audra: And I get a head start.

[ Tucker exclaims ]

Traci: I do understand why you changed your mind about your doctor’s appointment. I’m sure that going into therapy with someone you’ve never met before is daunting.

Ashley: She thinks she knows me, but she doesn’t have a clue.

Traci: But before that appointment, you told me that you wanted to get help. So, did something happen? Something specific to change your mind?

Ashley: I panicked. I did. I panicked. I’ve been so confused about everything that’s going on in my head and I– you know, I– I got kind of skittish and I just could not walk through that door.

Traci: Well, I wish you would have told me. And not just taken off. Maybe I could have helped you with it.

Ashley: Yeah, you’re right. You’re right. But that’s why I came here. You know, just to relax and calm down, and boy, did it do the trick. You know what? You deserve a break. [ Gasps ] I know. Why don’t we both get a shot of tequila? It’ll be so much fun. Sisters drinking shots of tequila. I love that.

Traci: Ashley, please stop. Look, I don’t want to say anything that is going to make things worse than they already are, but I have to be honest with you. I am afraid for you. Whatever is going on with you is spiraling out of control.

Ashley: You are worrying too much.

Traci: No, I have a feeling I’m not worrying enough. For you to storm out of a doctor’s appointment and I find you downstairs in the jazz lounge doing tequila shots? Even the way you’re talking to me right now. You told me that you wanted to get help. And if I need to hold your hand through that, I will do it. But for you to avoid the situation, for you to hide behind alcohol and act like this? I– I just can’t back you up like that. Ashley, you have got to step up. You’ve got to get the help that you need before things get even more dangerous.

Ashley: You are right. I have been the queen of denial. And your tough love is exactly what I need. So, I’m going to reschedule that appointment first thing tomorrow.

Lily: Billy, no. I’m not going to say that my aunt is trouble, okay? I don’t like that she’s trying to chop up the company. Because even if we remain chancellor-winters to the public, dividing it would undo all of the work that I did during the merger. And it’s not an option for me.

Billy: No. I get that. I understand that you feel that way, but I think it’s inevitable, okay? Because this war is not going to end. It’s only going to get worse. And in order for this company to survive, it’s going to need two pairs of strong, capable hands like ours to grab the reins and run it together.

Lily: Oh, my god. See? I said I didn’t want to talk about it. And you can’t help yourself. Do you know why? You have no self-control.

Billy: No, no, no. Hold– hold on.

Lily: That’s the issue.

Billy: Okay, I’m sorry. Give me another chance. Okay? I won’t bring it up again. Can I buy you a drink? Somewhere else? Something stronger than coffee? What do you say?

[ Audra screams ]

[ Tucker groans ]

Audra: Ha! You’re paying!

Ashley: Oh, look at you two. Tucker mccall, don’t you have a helicopter to fly or a car to crash? And look at you. Such a waste. I mean, you really are so pretty and so smart. You could do a lot better.

Audra: This is a new angle for you. Flattering me and, uh, insulting tucker.

Ashley: Oh, well.

Audra: Can’t keep up, ashley.

Ashley: Advice is free. Take it or leave it. But if I were you, I would ditch this daddy issue for good. Sometimes, the lows of bipolar depression

Devon: It’s just like every single meeting nowadays is one fight after another, where no decision gets made based off logic or because it’s actually the right thing to do for the company. It’s just everybody picking sides and digging their heels in. And lily and I were really in a good place, or I thought we were, and then she goes and turns it back on me and her family.

Abby: That’s not what happened, at all.

Devon: Really? Did she not just vote against putting her cousin on the board and pretty much disregard what I had to say about it?

Abby: Okay.

Devon: You were there.

Abby: I love you. And I hear you. But you gotta slow down. Just because lily voted against nate, it doesn’t mean she voted against you. Lily has a right to her opinion. But that’s why we’re all on the board. So there’s no unchecked power, and that’s a good thing. And I know you think so, too. Otherwise, you wouldn’t have merged with chancellor. And this isn’t forever. I know that with time, lily can be persuaded to see things your way.

Devon: Well, I thought enough time had gone by for her to trust nate. Maybe she does need him to prove something to her, but I thought she at least could have faith in me to put him on and trust that I know what I’m doing.

Abby: I’m not trying to argue with you. I’m really not. But think of it from lily’s point of view. Maybe lily feels like she has a lot to prove because of everything that happened with daniel. And maybe she doesn’t want to make decisions based on emotions. And so, just because she voted against you, I mean, maybe she just didn’t want to vote to make you happy. I mean, that’s just as bad as firing daniel because of her feelings.

Devon: And I backed her up on that, too, by the way.

Abby: So what? She owes you a vote? I know you don’t believe that.

Devon: No, I didn’t say that. Of course not.

Abby: I was really proud of you for supporting her, for not handing over those video games. You didn’t vote out of spite, and I love you for that.

[ Devon sighs ]

Devon: I love you, too. But I still think there’s more to her voting no against nate. I think the issue is either making a point or hedging her bets on the board members.

Abby: And why do you think that?

Devon: Because I have a feeling billy’s gotten under her skin. That’s why.

Billy: This is nice, huh?

[ Lily chuckles ] Away from the office, away from everything else. Just have a drink, enjoy each other for a second, then go home with enough time to have a game of solitaire and maybe even read a book. Remember those?

Lily: Ah, books, yeah. I can recall one or two, I think. [ Laughs ]

Billy: It’s nice to see you smile. I can see the tension leaving your body already. I told you it was a good idea to come here, by me.

Lily: Oh, my god. Did you always need this much validation?

Billy: Look, I take it when I can get it. I don’t get it all that often, so when I get a compliment, I– I keep it. I put it in my piggy bank and then I smash it open on a rainy day.

Lily: Well, I know you’re joking, but I can tell that something is going on with you. But, you know, you’re charming as always, so…

Billy: As always?

Lily: As a friend, though, I think you’re trying a little too hard.

Billy: Mm. That’s the pitfall of somebody knowing you too well, I guess, huh?

Lily: And?

Billy: It’s– uh, it’s my sister ashley, actually. Things haven’t been good with her since her breakup with tucker. Obviously, she’s better off without him, but–

Lily: Well, yeah, I think everyone is.

Billy: Yeah, but she hasn’t been the same since, and it’s really tough to watch.

Lily: What do you mean, she hasn’t been the same?

Billy: Well, you know, ashley, I mean, she’s incredibly confident. Her focus, the way that she’s so direct with us, painfully direct sometimes, and… I don’t know. There’s a lot going on with her right now. It’s a lot of back and forth.

Lily: Wow, that doesn’t sound like ashley at all.

Billy: No, it doesn’T. And I’m afraid for my sister.

Tucker: Ashley, I– I know you– you don’t want to listen to me, but I hope you will listen to your sister.

Ashley: Thank you so much, daddy issue. Now, excuse me, I’m gonna go to the ladies’ before we hit the road.

Traci: I will go with you.

Ashley: No, you will not. I’ll be back in a second. Excuse me.

[ Traci sighs ]

Tucker: Seems we have an entirely new ashley this evening.

Traci: I don’t know what you mean.

Tucker: Tracy. [ Sighs ] I walked in on a family intervention about getting her help, and it would appear she hasn’t gotten any.

Traci: Look, I am not gonna have this conversation with you, tucker. You or audra. This is a private family matter. And I thought we all agreed that this is no longer any of your concern, so–

Tucker: She did threaten me.

Traci: And I think you can see by her behavior tonight, she couldn’t care less about you. So please, just take this opportunity to let it go.

Tucker: Let it go.

[ Clears throat ]

Audra: Wow. You know, this isn’t even funny anymore. She’s all over the place. And you called it. Something is really wrong with her. And I don’t want you facing her down again or asking any more questions.

Tucker: You seem more disturbed by her behavior than I am.

Audra: Just don’T. You said so yourself, okay? She threatened you.

Tucker: Yeah.

Audra: And, yes, I am a little freaked out by her constant mood swings and how she’s in our face when we just want to grab some dinner. I have had my fill of her. And I want you to stay away from her.

Tucker: I– what do you want me to do? I– I barely said two words to her.

Audra: “Oh, I’m so concerned.”

Tucker: I’m letting it go. But what about you? You– you claim to have had your fill of ashley, and yet here we are. We’re not eating. We’re talking about ashley. Are you going to be able to let it go?

Audra: Are you?

Tucker: Come on, let’s eat.

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Abby: Lily and billy have a history. They worked at chance comm together. I’m sure they still have some sort of connection.

Devon: Yeah, and they also lived together, don’t forget.

Abby: Look, I know you said you saw the two of them exchanging looks, but I didn’t see any of that. The mood in the room was enough to deal with.

Devon: I know my sister, and I’m pretty sure I know what I saw.

Abby: But you don’t think lily is teaming up with billy, do you? Billy voted against her about daniel’s lawsuit.

Devon: I know, and I– I– believe me, I would hate to think that he’s pressuring her in any way, but I know that she’s susceptible right now. They do have a history, and you and I both know that billy would probably like to get a little more control at chancellor-winters.

Abby: Okay, I know that billy doesn’t have the best track record, but I don’t see him using lily.

Devon: I think that billy is capable of practically anything.

Billy: You know, I would hate for anyone else to actually hear this. I don’t even know why I’m saying it right now, but I have always been afraid of my sister, ashley.

[ Lily laughs ]

Lily: Well, you’re her baby brother.

Billy: I know, I know. She’s so tough, you know? She’s so smart. She’s got that wicked sense of humor. To see her adrift right now is– is– is tough.

Lily: Well, if it can happen to her, what about us mere mortals?

Billy: I would love to fix whatever it is tucker broke inside of her. I really hate that guy.

Lily: Oh, are you kidding me? I hate him more, okay? Things he’s done to devon. But, I mean, ashley doesn’t deserve what he’s done to her. But, I mean, I’m happy that she has you and your siblings to be there for her.

Billy: Mm-hmm. I wish my dad was around. I’d feel a lot more confident about the situation if he was.

Lily: I know exactly what you mean. It’s hard when you lose that touchstone, you know? The person that you always turn to. I will always miss my dad and his advice.

Billy: It’s different with you, though. Like, for me… I’m never gonna be john abbott. Just not.

Lily: No.

Billy: I don’t have the wisdom. I don’t have it. You, though, you– your– your dad would be incredibly proud of who you are. And he’s walking right there, right alongside you. Every step of the way.

Lily: I think both of our fathers are.

Billy: Cheers to that.

Lily: Cheers.

Traci: Okay, um, why don’t you relax and I will make us some tea.

Ashley: What are you doing? Get back here before you ruin everything!

Belle: Well, well, well, miss abbott. Where’s that sweet child, ash? I haven’t seen her in quite some time.

Miss abbott: I sent her away because she’s more trouble than she’s worth. And now here you are, belle. Please don’t tell me I made a mistake by letting you come out and play.

Belle: Oh, honey, I may be a lot of things, but a mistake I certainly am not.

Miss abbott: We need to get something perfectly clear. I am the only one that can protect ashley the way she needs. And that means eliminating tucker. Permanently.

Audra: Look, all I’m saying is that I would love it if we never had to run into ashley again. But unfortunately, that doesn’t seem possible.

Tucker: No, as you pointed out, genoa city is not quite big enough to never run into people you don’t like.

Audra: You know, and I refuse to become a recluse and never go out to eat and shop because I might run into your ex.

Tucker: Say, I have an idea. We keep ashley away from us for good.

Audra: Don’t drag it out.

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Audra: Do you honestly carry that ring around with you? You’re not scared you’ll drop it or get mugged?

Tucker: It’s worth the risk.

Audra: Why, so you can whip it out and hope I change my mind?

Tucker: Yeah. I want to be prepared for that possibility. Yeah, well, I’m gonna keep this puppy handy at all times.

Audra: Tucker, just please… be honest with yourself. I am begging you to dig deep and recognize that you don’t really need or want this marriage any more than I do.

Tucker: I don’t know. To be audra charles’ husband? That’s how I would introduce myself at parties, you know. Hi, I’m tucker charles, audra charles’ husband. Wow. Lucky devil.

Audra: Tempting. But… I’m not gonna say yes.

Tucker: All right. Well, just know if I do get mugged, it’s your fault.

Belle: Homicide? Are you cuckoo crazy? That is something we just do not do.

Miss abbott: So you’re just like that stupid kid, huh? You can’t do the work that needs to get done, then get out of my way and let me handle things.

Belle: You mean sit back and watch you ruin ashley’s life? No, merci beaucoup. That is reckless, that is ill-advised, and I will not have it.

Miss abbott: You don’t like tucker any more than I do. Why are you fighting me on this?

Belle: That’s true. I do think that tucker mccall spells trouble for ashley. But, oh, the blood. The mess. Ooh, it’s just the wrong kind of drama. No, it’s a step too far. Way beyond the pale. Besides, you want to send us all to prison? Stripes are not my thing.

Miss abbott: Who the hell do you think you are, you stupid little slut?

Belle: You are just so full of venom. And your hatefulness is gonna make ashley’s situation, oh, so much worse.

Miss abbott: So what’s your bright idea?

Belle: Well, it’s easy as pie. I think the only way to get tucker out of ashley’s heart is to find her someone new to love. From all the fine talent I’ve seen here in genoa city so far, that’s not gonna be hard. That’s not gonna be hard at all.

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Devon: I do still love having you on the board of chancellor-winters.

Abby: But do you still love chancellor-winters?

Devon: No, not so much. Not so much these days, I don’T. I just don’t want to dread going to work every day. You know? And wonder where the next hassle’s gonna come from. And it’s all it’s turned into now. And it was never supposed to be about just working to make money, either. It was about us working together as a family and creating a legacy to leave behind for the next generation.

Abby: And you think all of that’s getting lost in the noise?

Devon: Yeah, I do. I thought that going public and dealing with shareholders was bad, but I think this is probably a little bit worse.

Abby: Yes, maybe in this moment, but it’s not forever.

Devon: I don’t know about that. Because I never banked on billy intruding on things as much as he has. But it just feels like his whole time with us has been one big power play. And I hate being challenged about everything and waiting for our next face-off. Dude brings nothing but conflict to the table. And now that he’s in through his mom, he’s clearly not planning on going anywhere.

Billy: And johnny doesn’t even know I’m in the stands watching him. And he gets a game misconduct. Thrown out of the game off the ice…

Lily: What?

Billy: …Into the locker room.

Lily: No!

Billy: Here’s the best part. I go down there once the buzzer goes off to go check on him. Katie is right in there looking up at this older kid, screaming in his face saying…

Lily: Oh, my gosh.

Billy: …It was his fault that johnny got kicked out. It was like watching a little mini-victoria.

Lily: I can totally see that.

Billy: So then johnny comes in and gets right in between them to try and keep the peace. Which was incredible to me because they used to go at it when they were younger. You know, saw it…

Lily: Yeah.

Billy: …Every once in a while when they would come and stay at the apartment.

Lily: Mm-hmm. I did. I remember that very clearly.

Billy: You were always pretty good about getting them to calm down. You know, you’d give them that look.

Lily: What look? I don’t have a look.

Billy: Come on.

Lily: What?

Billy: You– you have a look.

Lily: I do not have a look.

Billy: You probably perfected it with your twins. And then you’d pull it out on my kids…

Lily: I did not.

Billy:…Every once in a while when they needed it.

Lily: Okay. Well, that was a long time ago.

Billy: Well, you still have it. I’m sure. I’m actually surprised you haven’t pulled that look out on devon and me.

[ Lily laughs ]

Lily: Well, maybe I should. Maybe.

Billy: Yeah. Well, there’s my reminder to stay on your good side, which is the best side, of course. Look or not.

Lily: That’s true.

Tucker: Let me ask you a question. When you were a little girl, did you ever daydream about your wedding?

Audra: Little girls grow up.

Tucker: All right. Just humor me for a second. What if you could have that wedding? The wedding you daydreamed of. The most romantic, spectacular wedding that you could ever imagine. Right? You’re walking down the aisle. You’ve got the perfect dress on. You’d be so beautiful.

Audra: You’re stupid.

Tucker: You’d– you’d have the– the– the diamond tiara, right? And a– and a ten-piece mariachi band. They’d be playing– [ Laughs ] Playing the wedding march. And the entire town, who we’ve invited, would just be absolutely blown away.

Audra: You know, I would love to see the look on some of those faces.

Tucker: Me too. It’d be the wedding of the century. Would you not love that?

Audra: You know, when I was younger, I pictured arriving at my wedding in a horse-drawn carriage. [ Laughs ]

Tucker: I love it. Done.

Audra: Yeah, but we can have all that without getting married. We don’t need anyone else to approve of our relationship.

Tucker: It’s not about everyone else. You know what? Screw the invitations. Nobody. I will get married to you in private. Because for me, it’s about… it’s about a promise to each other.

Audra: Yeah, it’s a promise people break every day of the week. Hey. Come here. Give me your hand. Stubborn. What if I make you a different promise? That I will go with you on a whim to any island you want. Or, when we have our new offices in france, I will decorate a suite for our special meetings. Or, I can just remind you every day that I’m with you, not because of some legal commitment, but because I love you.

Tucker: Say that again.

Audra: I love you.

Miss abbott: Find someone else to love. So, you think matchmaking is the solution to all of ashley’s problems.

Belle: Indeed, I do.

Miss abbott: It’s ridiculous! It’s a stupid idea. Big surprise.

Belle: Well, you can just yakkity yak all you want, sister. You’re forgetting one itsy-bitsy fact. I’m the one in control. And I ain’t letting go.

[ Miss abbott grunts ]

Traci: Okay. A little something. Um, ashley, I’ve been thinking about something. I have a little suggestion, if you don’t mind.

Ashley: Okay, shoot.

Traci: I’m getting the feeling that you’re still a little nervous about seeing a new therapist. Am I right?

Ashley: I suppose I am. Mm-hmm.

Traci: Okay, well, what would you think about your friend in paris? Didn’t you tell me that he was a psychologist? I mean, would you be more comfortable talking to him about your situation?

Ashley: Well, he is just so smart and charming and so attractive. Yes, he could work just fine. By the time I’m done, ashley will be saying, “tucker, who?” I think that would be an incredible idea. I really do. I think I’d feel a lot more comfortable with him.

Traci: Oh, that’s good. Because…

Ashley: Thank you.

Traci: I contacted our paris office and I got his information from your contacts and I’ve left a message for him. I’m waiting to hear back.

Ashley: I love this. Thank you so much. It’s a brilliant idea. It really is. It’s just… fantastic.

Traci: Oh. [ Chuckles ]

Announcer: Next week on the young and the restless…

Man: You and I are friends, just like we were in paris.

Ashley: But there’s an agenda.

Cole: Hang on a sec. What is this? There’s something inside here.

Jack: Don’t make me push the door in.

Nikki: Fine. You asked for it.

Jack: My god. What happened here?

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