Young & The Restless Transcript
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Sally: Hi. I’m not sure why you came over here, but I really do not want a replay of our last encounter.
Adam: Oh, it’s not going to happen. I promise. This time I’m completely sober.
Sally: Well, that’s good to know.
Adam: Did you have a good thanksgiving? Or was it 4th of july that you celebrated? I know you don’t like to celebrate holidays on their actual day.
Sally: Actually, that was our tradition. So, I celebrated in my own traditional way with takeout and an old movie. What about you? Did you break bread with victor at the ranch, or were you nursing your hangover?
Adam: Ouch. I guess I deserve that. I actually had a quiet meal with chelsea and connor.
Sally: Sounds nice.
Adam: It was.
Sally: I-I really should get back to whatever I was doing. So…
Adam: Can I join you for a minute?
Sally: I am actually expecting someone.
Adam: You’re waiting for nick. In that case, I’ll keep it short. I just — I wanted to apologize. I had no business coming to your suite the other night and confronting you like that. Anger and heartache and booze are a dangerous combination. Can you forgive me?
Nick: You wanted to see me?
Victoria: Yes. So, nate and I, we had a conversation about the career advice that you offered him.
Victoria: You told him to watch his back because you don’t trust him.
Nick: That’s an oversimplification.
Victoria: In what way?
Nick: I think you are misreading the tone and the intent with which the advice was offered.
Victoria: I’m not going to get into semantics with you. You had no right to undermine my new ceo that way.
Nate: Hey. You look fantastic.
Elena: Thank you.
Nate: Where are you off to?
Elena: I have a meeting with lily to talk about the details of my medical podcast.
Nate: Ahh. I’m sure you’re going to kill it.
Elena: I have to admit I am a little nervous.
Nate: Nervous? You’re a pro, and you already have the job. What is there to be nervous about?
Elena: Don’t take this the wrong way, but I am wondering if there’s any residual resentments with lily because of how she feels about you.
Nate: They’re definitely still angry at me. Devon could barely make eye contact with me when we saw him at society on thanksgiving. But I don’t see my family taking any of this out on you. You’re the one who convinced me to come clean. They should be thanking you.
Elena: Well, I’m certainly not expecting that. And I am not so sure that things are good between us. I’ve picked up on some judgment from devon the last few times I ran into him. I guess I’m just guilty by association to your cousins.
Nate: Well, in that case, I have the perfect solution. Come back to newman media. Do your podcast with us.
Billy: Looks like we both need a little jolt after our disagreement earlier.
Lily: Yeah, well, you accused me of having a savior complex.
Billy: After you accused me of having one.
Lily: I still think that my take was more correct, because, I mean, here you are, checking up on chelsea again. Are you worried that chloe is going to take your place as her go-to confidant?
Billy: Actually, no. I’m just grabbing a coffee. I have not talked to chelsea. Lily, wait, please. I want to fix things between us. Can we talk?
Billy: I’m not trying to be harsh, but you’re overstepping.
Chloe: You call me controlling? You’re impossible. Things can’t go on this way.
Adam: This isn’t just a mood. Something is seriously wrong.
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Billy: I feel really bad about our argument, and I feel terrible about the way it escalated. I really don’t like that my connection to chelsea and me helping her through this illness right now is causing tension between us.
Lily: Billy, I hate it, too. I do, because I actually care about chelsea, and I support your involvement with her. And that’s why it really hurt me. And, frankly, it crossed a line when you called me petty for having concerns about your over-involvement. I mean, do you really see me as that small-minded?
Billy: No. I don’T. And I’m really — I apologize for saying that. That wasn’t right. I know how big of a heart you have.
Lily: I mean, this is not easy to navigate. And I feel like any time I question your actions when it comes to chelsea, I get accused of not understanding the situation, when you’re the one who’s kept me on the outside. I didn’t even know what was going on. And look — I get why. But then, even when chelsea tells you to let me in, you still keep me at a distance.
Billy: That wasn’t my intention.
Lily: Look — this is not easy for me to admit, but I just feel like chelsea is the one who’s making you feel special these days. Like she’s the one who occupies your thoughts, and that used to be my role.
Billy: You are the most important person in my world, and I love you so much.
Lily: I love you, too, but I —
Billy: And I’m sorry. I’m really, really sorry that i have not showed you that enough lately. And I promise, once I get chelsea through this crisis, you will have my undivided attention, and we can get back to us.
Elena: I appreciate you wanting your new company to be the home of my podcast, but it took quite a bit of convincing to get me out of my contract with newman media.
Nate: I remember because I’m the one who did the convincing. The whole reason for you coming to chancellor-winters in the first place was so that we could work together.
Elena: And to also help cover your gaffe of overpromising with your podcast content.
Nate: Fair enough, but the point is this project has meant a lot to both of us. From the early days of “askmdnow,” it’s something we’ve both been passionate about. Our goal has always been to bring accurate medical information to the public in an entertaining and educational format. What I can promise is if you come to newman is that your passion will be rewarded in a way it won’t be at chancellor-winters.
Elena: I already made a commitment to devon and lily, and I’m not the kind of person who goes back on my word. And, besides, if I were to follow you to newman media after everything you’ve been through with your cousins, it would be like adding salt to the wound. And if I’m being honest, I feel a sense of loyalty to devon and lily.
Nate: What about your sense of loyalty to me?
Victoria: I made a call on hiring nate. If you had an issue with it, you should have — you should have said something.
Nick: What are you talking about? I had several issues with it, and I conveyed each and every one of them to you. Are you choosing to not remember that?
Victoria: Okay, why don’t i rephrase? Once the decision was made, as coo of this company, I would have hoped that you would have supported it, or at least kept an open mind about it, at the very least kept your concerns to yourself or limited it to a conversation between the two of us.
Nick: Why? I had every right to let nate know, as a colleague and a friend, he’s got a long ways to go before I ever trust him again, if I ever do. I’m calling things like I see them — with him, with you, and this company. And I’m telling you, you need to be very, very careful. With the way nate tried to help you gain control of chancellor-winters, he showed me a side of him that I never thought existed, and I highly doubt it’s a one-time thing. You tell me. What’s going to happen when nate decides he wants more power around here than you’re willing to give him?
Sally: Thank you for your apology, but I am not sure that I can completely forgive or forget the other night or everything leading up to it.
Adam: Well, that is, um, disappointing. But I guess it’s understandable.
Sally: Well, I hope your quiet thanksgiving gave you a chance to reflect and understand why we are no longer together, so that we can finally put everything negative behind us and figure out a way to move on from here.
Adam: Yes, I have done a lot of thinking, and I realize that my behavior was excessive, and I deeply regret that. And I also regret suggesting that nick doesn’t have feelings for you. I’m sure — I’m sure he does. You know, how could he not? You’re brilliant, you’re open-hearted, and you’re beautiful. So, I never should have suggested that he was just —
Sally: That nick was just looking for a replacement for sharon, or that he’s just in it for the sex, or that he and i are just using each other to get back at you, because you said all those things.
Adam: I’m sorry. It was stupid. It was hurtful.
Sally: Or do you still think they’re true?
Adam: It doesn’t matter whether I think it’s true or not, sally, because the reason that we should be together actually has nothing to do with nick or whether the two of you can make it as a couple. I don’t know. Maybe, maybe you could. But you would never have what you really want… what we have — a deep understanding and appreciation for each other, flaws and all. And just so we’re clear, my proposal? I’m not apologizing for that. That still stands. I do want to marry you because we belong together. And nothing is going to change my mind about that. A mystery!
Victoria: You know, you’re looking at this all the wrong way. You see nate’s offer to help with chancellor-winters as a weakness. And I see this aspect of his personality — I see it as a strength.
Nick: I just can’t wait to hear how you spin this.
Victoria: Oh, when you hire people that want your job, you’re guaranteed they’ll work hard.
Nick: You’re not threatened by that?
Victoria: Why should I be?
Nick: I got to say I’m impressed, vic. You seem to have the same uber-confidence that dad has.
Victoria: Well, I learned from the best, didn’t I? You know, he often surrounded himself with ruthless adversaries. He valued unabashed ambition in his leadership team.
Nick: Because dad thinks it’s a game. But it’s a very dangerous game.
Victoria: It would get a little boring without some danger, don’t you think? I’m not afraid of taking a risk. And I’m willing to take one with nate. And I’m just asking you to please give him the benefit of the doubt. As my coo, I expect you to back me.
Nick: You said the same thing to me about sally. Remember how that turned out.
Victoria: Well, I see that my decision to replace her has still become a sticking point with you.
Nick: Because what you did to her was unfair.
Victoria: Just exactly how serious have things become between the two of you, anyway?
Nick: What does it matter? She’s no longer at newman. It doesn’t concern you.
Victoria: I care because i don’t want to see my brother get hurt.
Sally: Why are you doing this?
Adam: Because I love you. And you love me, too, sally. You are the only woman that I have ever met who truly understands me and accepts me for who I am.
Sally: Can you just stop saying that, okay? Because whatever I thought I understood about you turned out to be wrong. I did not fully know you back then. Everyone who has warned me about you was right. Everything they said came true. You’re obsessed with proving yourself to your father, you resent your siblings, and you play games.
Adam: Okay. Maybe that is true. But none of that has anything to do with us.
Sally: It has everything to do with us. You broke my heart. And you’re continuing to break my heart with this hail mary proposal. You really think that I want to go into a marriage this way?
Adam: Okay. I screwed up. I should have given you the grand, romantic gesture that you deserve, sally. But I don’t regret asking you because you and I, we have a love of a lifetime. And in your heart, I don’t think you regret me asking you. And don’t tell me you’ve never thought about us getting married.
Sally: Of course I thought about it, when we were together, and when we were happy — not like this and not now. Why are you torturing me?
Lily: I appreciate your apology. I do. And I have asked myself if I’m being unfair or if I’ve overreacted. But I still believe there is more to this than just you trying to help chelsea.
Billy: Like what?
Lily: I understand that you feel this connection to what she’s going through because of your past. And I really, really hope that she gets through this and comes out stronger on the other side.
Billy: Believe me — so do I. Contrary to your belief that I’m enjoying being a constant presence in her life, I just want her to be happy and healthy. That’s it.
Lily: Billy, the bigger issue, I think, is what are you searching for? Because you stepped down as coo to figure that out, so that you could be a better man, a better partner in business and I can get behind that. I understand that. But what does that practice look like?
Billy: I’m not really sure yet. You know, I haven’t really had time to…
Lily: I know, because of chelsea. I want to help you find the answers. I do. But sometimes I really feel like you don’t want me involved.
Billy: No. That’s not it at all. Honestly, lily, that couldn’t be further from the truth.
Chelsea: Can you meet? I’d like to talk. I get bladder leaks.
[ Cellphone pings ]
Lily: It’s chelsea. She wants to talk.
Billy: Really? Um, well, that’s, that’s good, I guess. She’s reaching out to people.
Lily: Well, do you know what she wants to talk about?
Billy: No. You want me to come with you? Sorry. She wants to talk to you. I’ll stay out of it. Are you going to take her up on it?
Nate: I hate to bring this sore point up again, but the reason why I was late for dinner with you the other night is that victoria and i were talking about the future of newman media.
Elena: I know. You already apologized.
Nate: Yes, but my point is that conversation was so fascinating and enlightening that I completely lost track of time. I’ve realized there’s so much I can learn from her. It is such a different working dynamic than with devon, whose idea of teaching someone the ropes is to constantly belittle and suppress. This is how it’s supposed to be. Victoria’s leadership is going to allow me to soar. I can feel it.
Elena: I hope you’re right.
Nate: And if you bring your podcast back to newman, I promise we will support you in a way that ensures that you shine, as well. So, come on. Join me on this journey. Let’s do it together.
Victoria: Hi, billy.
Billy: How’s johnny?
Victoria: Oh, you know, he’s good. He’s asked a couple of questions about chelsea after thanksgiving, but he seems fine.
Billy: Good. I’m glad to hear that. There’s actually something else I want to talk to you about. And I haven’t really had the time to bring it up yet with everything else that’s been going on.
Victoria: Well, go ahead.
Billy: What you pulled with nate? That’s despicable to me.
Victoria: Ugh! I am so tired of people giving me grief about hiring him. I was under no obligation to keep sally on. Nate’s going to do a great job.
Billy: Yeah. I don’t care about that. That’s not what I’m talking about. It’s how he got the job, the fact that you used him as a mole to infiltrate chancellor-winters.
Victoria: I know that that’s what devon believes, but he’s jumping to conclusions.
Billy: Oh, come on. Just cut the crap. It’s the truth. And I’m just trying to understand why you would do such a thing.
Victoria: I had no idea that you cared so much about chancellor-winters, given that you quit your job there.
Billy: Your company means a lot to lily and to my mother. But you didn’t think about that, did you? And you didn’t think about johnny and katie, either. They ever found out that their mother tried to steal her father’s company.
Victoria: Former company. And if I had done such a thing, I would have explained to the kids that I was doing it so that we could all work together. Anyway, in that hypothetical scenario, you would have stayed on as coo.
Billy: Right. With nate as ceo? No, thanks. Does your father know about this, because I’m sure he’s extremely proud of you.
Victoria: Do you know who else would have approved? Katherine.
Billy: Are you serious?
Victoria: She left chancellor to my father in her will. So, if newman enterprises did take a majority share of chancellor-winters, I guess it would all be in keeping with her wishes, wouldn’t it?
Billy: Oh, my gosh, that is one hell of a rationalization.
Victoria: Well, you know what, billy? That’s the way business works. So, if you don’t like it, I guess it’s a good thing that you stepped away from the corporate world. So, if you’ll excuse me, I came to get a coffee to go.
Adam: Look, sally. I feel terrible for the pain that I have caused you. But the fact that you still have strong feelings for us, that gives me hope.
Sally: We had our chance as a couple, and it didn’t work out. Okay, I’m not playing games with you, I’m not trying to punish you, and I’m not playing hard to get. I can’t go back. I won’T.
Adam: Sally, I know that you were trying to harden your heart towards me, but I can also see what you are working hard not to show.
Sally: There’s nothing behind this curtain. What I’m showing you is all there is.
Adam: I see you, all of you, your depth and your edges and your layers. And I see all that because that is the root of our connection. And that woman, that woman would never trade excitement and passion for what? For safety? Sally, that is not who you are. That is not what you deserve.
Lily: Well, looks like you’re settling in nicely.
Chelsea: Yeah. Yeah. Billy and sharon really helped me with the move.
Lily: Yeah, billy mentioned that. So, how are you feeling?
Chelsea: Uh, I’m okay. It’s a process, but I’m getting stronger, more and more confident every single day since billy stopped me from taking my life. Lily, that’s why I texted you. We didn’t really get a chance to talk at thanksgiving. There were so many people around. But I really appreciate you reaching out. And I know you’ve probably missed out on a lot of time with billy because he’s been busy helping me. And I just want to say I’M… I’m really sorry about that. I’m sure it’s been hard for you, for both of you.
Lily: We’re both just very happy that you’re on the mend.
Chelsea: I know billy didn’t tell you about what was going on with me at the beginning, but I did urge him to talk to you about it.
Lily: Thank you. I really appreciate that.
Chelsea: I’ve just realized now more than ever how dangerous secrets can be and shame. So, I just want to be as open with you as possible. I don’t want there to be any misunderstandings. I don’t want you to misread anything that’s going on between me and billy because he’s been so involved in my situation. I just want to be as transparent as possible. So…if you have any questions for me, I’ll answer them as honest as I can. Mornings are our time,
“The young and the restless”
will continue. If you think all pads are exactly the same…
Lily: Thank you for being straightforward with me. Billy has accused me of not really understanding the situation, which is true. I don’T. You know, at first I didn’t even know what was happening. And, also, I can’t possibly know what you’re going through because I’ve never been through something like that.
Chelsea: Well, I’m glad to hear it. I wouldn’t wish this on anyone. But that being said, I feel like I’m really starting to gain control of my life and my treatment.
Lily: Good. I’m really happy to hear that.
Chelsea: Yeah. I’m reaching out to people, talking things through, making sure everyone understands. And I really owe it all to billy that I got a second chance at life. Billy understands. I truly owe him everything.
Sharon: Are you here to see chelsea?
Billy: Uh, no, not exactly. I’m actually waiting for lily. And chelsea wanted to talk to lily. They’re up in the apartment as we speak.
Sharon: Oh. That’s a good sign.
Billy: Yeah, I think so.
Sharon: You know, I’ve been walking the line between giving chelsea her space and letting her know I’m here if she needs anything.
Billy: Yeah, you’re good at that. Me? Not so much. I feel like I’ve been paying a little too much attention to her more than I should, but I don’t know. I feel responsible in a way.
Sharon: Well, that’s natural and to be expected.
Billy: I have not thanked you yet for everything that you’ve done, not only for chelsea, but for me. I’m just so grateful that you answered the phone that night, and you were there to help me get chelsea to the hospital.
Sharon: Well, I… I know I wouldn’t have gotten better if I hadn’t had help. So, I guess this is just my way of paying it forward.
Adam: You didn’t directly answer my question, sally, or my proposal. You just told me why I never should have made it in the first place.
Sally: I’ve been as clear as I can be. I don’t know what else you want me to say. I have to go. Hi. So glad to see you. Thanks for coming back.
Nick: Thank you so much. Yeah. What’s going on?
Sally: Nothing. I’m famished, and I thought maybe you would enjoy supporting your sister’s restaurant for a second time today.
Nick: Yeah. Sounds good.
Skin your face will envy?
Sally: Well, after you left earlier, I decided to stay here and work and see if it inspired anything. And it has. Ideas for my new interior-design business have been flowing.
Nick: That’s great. You sound even more fired up than you were earlier.
Sally: Yeah. I mean, you know me when I sink my teeth into something.
Nick: I do.
Sally: Yeah, so, I have an inspiration board going. I’ve done some research on some pricing structures and all the places in genoa city that could use my services.
Nick: You’re on a roll.
Sally: Yeah, it’s good. It feels right. I mean, it’s definitely not something I saw myself doing even a few months ago. But when life gives you lemons…
Nick: You’re nothing if not resilient, which I admire almost as much as your attempt to distract me with all this small talk. What’s going on?
Adam: See you later. Thanks for the chat. Glad we were able to clear the air.
Chelsea: I worry that I’ve been too much of a burden on you and billy.
Lily: Like I said, billy and I, we care about you, and we really care about your recovery. And just so you know, I don’t think that you should give all the credit to billy for saving you. I mean, you worked really hard to be here, and you continue to work hard to get better.
Chelsea: My therapist said something similar.
Lily: It’s true. Billy told me that it’s important to have a network of people to lean on, which you have. You know, you have sharon and adam and chloe, your therapist. And that’s great, you know, because billy’s wonderful. But I think it’s better to have a group of people to support you. You know, because billy can’t really be there for you 24/7.
Chelsea: Yeah. Um, yeah. Thank you for your candor. And I agree. Billy should be somewhere else, focusing on his own life. I mean, he’s really lucky that he has you. Everyone should have that kind of support.
Lily: And you do have that support. I mean, look at this place, right? And the people who helped get you here.
Chelsea: Yeah, you’re right. Well, I, um, I really appreciate you being willing to talk to me about this. It means a lot.
Lily: Yeah, of course. And, look, chelsea, I… I’m really rooting for you. I really hope that you’ll continue to heal and build a wonderful, new life for yourself.
Billy: Sharon, do you think I have a savior complex?
Sharon: No, I don’t think you’re being that way. I think what you’re doing for chelsea is important, and not everybody can look beyond themselves and take responsibility for what’s going on with somebody else.
Billy: Thank you.
Sharon: You know, if you get worn out or tired, you need to be aware of that because you have to take care of yourself, too. So if you ever want to just step back altogether, take a break… burnout is a real thing, you know? You’ve got to look out for that.
Billy: I don’t feel like I need a break. I don’t really have any intention of stepping back. So…
Adam: Hi, sharon. Glad you’re here. And you are here, also.
Billy: Hey, adam.
Adam: I came to check on chelsea. Is she upstairs?
Billy: She is, yes, but she’s having a conversation with lily. So, it’s best that they have some space.
Nick: What was that about?
Sally: I mean, we don’t have to get into it.
Nick: Eh… yeah, we do. Adam clearly wanted me to know that you two talked. So, it worked. I’m curious. How exactly did you two clear the air?
Sally: He just apologized for his behavior the other night.
Nick: Ah, you mean his desperate proposal?
Sally: I suppose, unless you’re suggesting that someone needs to be desperate to propose to me.
Nick: No, definitely not. No, I… bad choice of words. I should have went with “jarring.” I know this situation’s got you on edge, and I don’t blame you. But, honestly, sally, you still haven’t told me how you really feel about his proposal. Research shows people remember commercials
Nate: I’m not going to pressure you to come back to newman media. I know I sprung the idea on you. I hope you’ll at least give it some thought.
Elena: Of course I will.
Nate: I might have the perfect place for you to do your thinking. Victoria and i are going to los angeles for some business meetings. You should come. It could be a combination business trip and romantic getaway. I could make it up to you for missing out on hawaii.
Elena: Hmm. Romantic getaway sounds intriguing.
Nate: Right? Some cocktails by the beach, maybe hit a museum or two.
Elena: Between you telling me why I should bring my podcast back to newman?
Nate: Only if you’re open to it. We do work really well together. We always have.
Elena: I want things to go back to the way that they used to be between us.
Nate: I’ve been missing us.
Sally: Frankly, I’m kind of exhausted of everything adam right now — you know, the proposal, the conflict the other night. I am really tired of thinking about it. And the last thing I want is to cause any more trouble between you and adam. So, I would really love it if we could just put it behind us and just move on. Can we do that?
Nick: Absolutely. Talking about adam is one of my least-favorite things to do in this world. But just so you know, if you ever want to revisit it, I’m always here to listen to you.
Sally: Got it. Thank you. Now, how was your thanksgiving, because we still haven’t caught up about your jam-packed day of family fun.
Nick: Just making sure you remember. I did invite you to come with me.
Sally: I was perfectly happy with dinner for one. It was exactly what I needed. And thank you again for sending me that bottle of wine. It was exactly what I needed.
Nick: Oh, I know your party-of-one strategy was so you could avoid, you know, any drama.
Sally: Yeah, just me versus the remote control.
Nick: It was a great time. You know, my family, for the most part, was very well-behaved. So, it was pretty drama-free, as well.
Sally: I’m glad.
Nick: And the best part of the day is always the volunteering. Sharon organizes this dinner for the unhoused and under-resourced, and new hope donates a portion of the meal. It’s become this really cool tradition with sharon and the kids.
Sharon: Um, adam, why don’t we give billy and lily some space?
Billy: So, how’d it go?
Lily: Uh, it went well. She just wanted to let me know how much your support has meant to her and that you did indeed save her life.
Billy: Did she use those exact words?
Lily: It wasn’t like that. It was a good conversation. I feel like I understand better what she’s facing, although it did seem like at times she was testing me to see if I would say that she’s taking up too much of your time.
Billy: And how did you address that?
Lily: Well, I said that you want to be there for her and that I support that. And I told her, too, that, you know, she has other people to lean on, that she has chloe and sharon and adam, and that it’s important to have a network of people to rely on.
Billy: Well, it sounds like you said all the right things.
Lily: Yeah, I hope so.
Billy: Can we get out of here? Can we go to society? I can buy you lunch, and we can make up for some lost time.
Lily: Yeah, I’d like that.
Billy: Thank you for being so forgiving.
Lily: I think you are doing a good thing by helping her. I feel like I understand that better after talking to her.
Billy: I drove. So, why don’t you head over there, and I’ll be right behind you.
[ Cellphone ringing ]
Chelsea: Hey, it’s chelsea. Leave a message at the beep.
Billy: Hey, it’s me. Just checking in. Give me a call when you get a second.
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