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Episode # 9971 ~ Sharon Makes a Powerful Play with Tucker's Help
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Avery: Thank you.
Nick: Thanks for meeting me here. I didn't want to do this at the office, and Phyllis is home, so the penthouse is out.
Avery: And I'm sure you're not happy with me for withdrawing as her attorney.
Nick: No need to explain, Avery. After the way Phyllis handled our favorite extortionist Tim Reid, I get it. Obviously, I would have preferred that you stay on, but I get why you felt like you couldn't.
Avery: Well, thank you for understanding. So moving on. Victor's absence-- what's our strategy?
Tucker: Hey, that's exactly what I want to talk about. The word's starting to spread your dad's disappeared again. If we don't get out in front of this thing right away, we know what will happen to the stock price.
Nick: Yeah, I'm on that. I'm gonna be calling an emergency board meeting tomorrow.
Tucker: Good. I'll be there. Ms. Clark.
Avery: Wall Street isn't our only problem. I believe that Sharon is hiding the prenup that I drew up for Victor and her.
Nick: She's done worse than hide it. I think she destroyed it.
(Knock on door)
Victoria: Sharon. I know you're in there. You--open up! (Pounding on door) I'm gonna count to five, and then I'm gonna use my key. One... two... three...
Sharon: (Sighs) (Clears throat) Victoria... this is my house, and as long as your father's away, you cannot come barging in like this.
Victoria: Oh, well, that answers my first question. Dad's not back. So you haven't heard from him at all?
Sharon: Not unless you count the cruel hoax that your mother played by sending me a text from his cell phone, which was very upsetting.
Victoria: You know, I hope you realize, Sharon, disappearing is just what Dad does. It's just one of his endearing little quirks. Sometimes I think it's a test to see how we all behave when he's not around.
Sharon: And I'm sure you'd love to see me fail that test.
Victoria: You know, from what I hear, you already have. Did you burn the prenup that you signed right before the wedding?
Harmony: Ah. Hey, Boo.
Devon: It is you. Look at you. You're styling. (Chuckles)
Harmony: (Chuckles) I wasn't expecting to run into you.
Devon: Oh, I'm just here picking up a book that I ordered. What are you doing here?
Harmony: Well, I'm just killing time before I head to Gloworm. Neil and I are going out.
Devon: Really? I knew you were planning on asking him. Wow. So it's your guys' first date?
Harmony: Well, actually, it's our second.
Devon: Excuse me. Good for you. (Chuckles)
Devon: So the first one must have--must have gone pretty well if you guys are going out again.
Harmony: Uh, would you believe it was a complete disaster?
Neil: Hey! Mwah.
Lily: You look so handsome.
Neil: Well, you know, I gotta look nice for my big date with Harmony, right?
Lily: (Chuckles) Yes, I-I should have known. I should have known.
Neil: You're not gonna be waiting around here trying to find out what's going on my date, are you?
Lily: No, I promise I won't gawk and embarrass you very... much.
Lily: (Inhales sharply) Maybe just a little bit.
Neil: You're all heart.
Lily: (Chuckles) I try. I try.
Neil: Mm-hmm. You look nice.
Lily: Thank you.
Neil: Yeah, I like that dress.
Cane: Hey, um, can I borrow Lily for a second?
Neil: Yeah. Yeah, sure. Everything okay?
Cane: Yeah. Yeah. It's--its cool. It's fine.
Cane: One second.
Neil: All right.
Cane: So the guy who came in here was telling us the truth.
Lily: So he was an actor?
Cane: Right. The G.C. Repertory Theatre booked him to show up on a reservation under the name Claude Shirl.
Lily: Who hired him?
Cane: They don't have a clue. They paid in cash. No one left a name. Someone is messing with us, and I'm gonna find out who it is.
Genevieve: You know what? On second thought, just, uh, skip the muffin, and, um, I'll just have a coffee.
Tucker: Watching your pennies?
Genevieve: I left my wallet in my other purse.
Genevieve: I'm sorry to hear about Ashley moving to New York. I know that the two of you were... happy once.
Tucker: Well, life goes on.
Genevieve: (Inhales sharply) I lied... (Chuckles) About my wallet. I am having a cash flow problem, and I just sort of wondered whether or not you were still willing to help me out for a while.
Lily: Let's talk about this later, because I don't want Dad worrying.
Cane: Right. Okay. All right. Listen, I need to go over my notes for this, uh, candidate for the P.R. consultant job anyway.
Lily: When are you meeting with her?
Cane: (Sighs) Um, a couple minutes.
Lily: Okay, well, let's go reassure Dad so that he can enjoy his date.
Cane: All right.
Lily: (Sighs) Hi.
Lily: So Cane and I thought that we would join you. Is that okay? (Chuckles)
Neil: Ha. Very funny.
Lily: (Laughs) No, we wouldn't do that to you. I'm gonna see Devon, and he has a meeting, actually, with someone that he's interviewing, so... but we'll stay out of your way, right, Honey?
Cane: Yeah. You got it. I'll stay out of your way.
Lily: Yeah. (Chuckles)
Neil: Is everything okay?
Cane: Yeah. Yeah, everything's fine.
Neil: Oh, all right. Well, it doesn't seem like it.
Lily: Don't worry about us, okay?
Lily: Worry about your date, because you don't want a repeat of last time, right?
Cane: This is good advice. Yes.
Neil: Thank you. Thank you very much.
Harmony: And then the waiter dumped ice all over Neil.
Devon: Oh, my gosh. (Chuckles) That's one screw-up after another.
Harmony: And that was just dinner. But you know, somehow, though, we both wound up having a great time.
Devon: That's nice. Well, let me tell you, I'm sure that the second date will be even better.
Harmony: Yeah, well, it can't get much worse.
Devon: Yeah. (Laughs)
Harmony: You know, I bet, um, Neil remembers when I threw myself at him that time. It wasn't very ladylike, to say the least. (Sighs)
Devon: That's why he took off to Seattle in such a rush.
Harmony: Oh, Boo, I was so selfish and ignorant.
Harmony: You know, I just didn't know how to act around decent people. All I cared about, all I thought about was getting high.
Devon: Yeah. Those were tough times, Mom. But that was then, and this is now. And, uh, I know you're not that person anymore, and I really think Neil sees that, too.
Harmony: I hope so, Devon, because I really, really want this to work out.
Devon: I know you do. (Chuckles)
Tucker: There you go. (Sighs)
Genevieve: Thank you. Look, I know you weren't real happy with me the last time we talked.
Tucker: We don't need to revisit that.
Genevieve: Okay. Well, it--I just want to say that you've been really good to me, and I repaid you by bringing up painful memories, and I'm sorry about that. Actually, I'm sorry about all of it, Tucker.
Tucker: You know what? I overreacted. Apology accepted. And I will continue to help you out till you're back on your feet again. As a matter of fact, I might have a project for you after all.
Genevieve: Really? That's terrific. My gosh. (Scoffs) I-I'm sorry. I just feel like I have to ask-- why the sudden change of heart?
Avery: What did Sharon say when you confronted her?
Nick: She said she was burning letters that Dad had sent her and that Dad's the one who must have lost the key and broke the lock on his own briefcase.
Avery: (Sighs) Well, she gets points for chutzpah. I wonder what her end game is.
Nick: Avery, that prenup protected the family and Newman Enterprises. Assuming it's gone, what do we do now?
Avery: Well, if Sharon was angry enough to destroy a signed notarized contract, there's no telling what she'll do next. We need to get something on paper, something to rein her in.
Nick: Good luck getting her to sign anything. She's pissed at all of us.
Avery: Well, your father left very specific instructions about what he wanted Sharon to have and not have, and I wouldn't be a very good lawyer if I didn't at least try to fulfill his wishes.
Sharon: I don't know what you're talking about. There was no prenup.
Victoria: Well, if that's true, then why would Avery have drawn one up?
Sharon: Because we talked about the possibility of me signing one briefly.
Victoria: Oh, really?
Sharon: Yes, really. Look, I know how everyone feels about my marriage, so I'm sure this is hard for you to believe, but Victor and I trust each other. Once we talked, he realized there was no need for me to sign a document of that kind.
Victoria: Oh, wow. If you say so.
Sharon: I don't have to stand here in my own home and listen to you insinuate that I'm a liar.
Victoria: Well, if you did sign a prenup, which I strongly suspect is the case, God help you if you burned it up and made it disappear, because when Dad gets back and hears what you did, I definitely wouldn't want to be you.
Sharon: (Chuckles) You think you can come in here and threaten me with the wrath of Victor. Clearly you have no idea the way that my husband and I relate. You see, Victor has always encouraged me to stand up for myself, and he wouldn't want me to be bullied by the likes of you or anyone else. So I think you and your family are the ones who have more to worry about.
Victoria: I don't know how you plan on taking advantage of your new role as Mrs. Victor Newman, but I feel like I should warn you. My dad will be back, and the truth will come out. Your stay here is not gonna last, Sharon. Sorry.
Lily: Well, have fun, you two.
Harmony: We'll do our best.
Lily: All right, bye.
Cane: Bye, Baby. Mwah. Bye. What's the matter? At least you get him...
Neil: Bye. Hey. Come here.
Neil: I want to talk to you for a second. (Clears throat) I'm a little concerned about your sister. Something is going on with her and Cane that she isn't talking about. We both know how that used to work, so here's what I want you to do. I want you to find out what's going on, okay, please?
Devon: Okay. Yeah, you got it.
Devon: You two have a nice time.
Tucker: You're uniquely qualified for what I have in mind, not that you have to accept.
Genevieve: I don't mean to sound ungrateful. I was just surprised, you know, in a good way.
Tucker: I'm glad to hear it.
Genevieve: Believe me, I would be happy to function in any capacity that you think I would be useful.
Tucker: I'll let you know. I'm waiting for a few things to fall into place. And until then... I'll make sure you can order a muffin whenever you like.
Genevieve: Thank you.
Nick: How did it go at the ranch? Did security have any new leads?
Victoria: Well, presuming that Dad left on his own, he did an incredible job of covering up his tracks.
Victoria: I... (Sighs) Stopped by the main house and had a little chat with Sharon. According to her, there was no prenup, so how could she have signed it and then burned it up later?
Nick: Yeah, right. What do you think she's after?
Victoria: Oh, the moon would be my guess. Maybe she would like to start selling off some of Dad's stock.
Nick: I don't know if you saw, but I just sent out an e-mail calling for an emergency board meeting tomorrow. With Dad going AWOL, there's bound to be a bunch of questions, and we need to figure out how we're gonna handle this.
Victoria: Good, because the media is gonna be all over this.
Nick: I know you told me you're not interested in coming back, but if we could team up, Vick, and present a unified family front, that will go a long way in reassuring the public. So I'm asking you, please, will you come back and run Newman with me?
Victoria: (Sighs heavily)
Avery: Hi. I stopped by Newman and got the combination to Victor's briefcase.
Avery: May I come in?
Avery: Uh, you know, it occurred to me the other day after I left here that the prenup document might be in the briefcase. So let's take a look, and then the mystery will be solved.
Sharon: There is no mystery. There's no prenup.
Avery: Oh, well, you won't mind if I take a peek.
Sharon: You know, I really don't know where Victor's briefcase is. One of the staff probably put it away. So why don't I check with them, and then I'll get back to you?
Avery: (Sighs) You know what? It's fine. It's fine. If there is no signed, fully executed prenuptial agreement-- and I will take your word for it that there isn't-- then I have a responsibility as Victor's lawyer to protect his interests.
Sharon: Which has what to do with me?
Avery: Well... (Sighs) The rumor mill is firing up, and investors in Newman are starting to get, you know, anxious. And I think the best way to calm their nerves is for Victor's wife to make some sort of gesture that all is well, you know, that everything is gonna remain status quo.
Sharon: Oh. Well, I would be happy to help if I can.
Avery: Oh, that's terrific, Sharon, really.
Sharon: What kind of gesture did you have in mind?
Avery: Well, I think the best way to ease the public's mind is for you to sign this.
Genevieve: And there's no way to trace who might be behind hiring this actor?
Cane: No. I spoke to two people at the repertory theatre. The client did everything by phone, and they couldn't agree if it was a guy or a girl. The client did everything in cash. They put the money in an envelope, and they dropped it in the mail slot at night.
Genevieve: So we're not dealing with amateurs.
Cane: We just don't know who's toying with us and why they're doing it.
Genevieve: Either they're gonna slip up on one of these pranks, or they'll decide to reveal the point of it all. They... (Scoffs) There's not much we can do right now except keep our eyes open.
Genevieve: And look, as long as I'm here, do you want to order some food, get a bite to eat or something?
Cane: Um, actually, I'm here on business. I have to interview someone for a job at Jabot.
Genevieve: You're filling the P.R. position, aren't you? That's a job I could do...
Genevieve: With both hands tied behind my back.
Cane: You--seriously, you're not gonna ask me to consider you for the job, are you?
Neil: Well, I am very impressed-- the fact that you accepted coming back here to the scene of the crime.
Harmony: (Chuckles) Oh, you ain't gonna believe this.
Neil: Oh, why?
Adrian: Evening, folks. Compliments of your klutzy waiter from last time.
Harmony: Wow. Uh... that's so sweet of you.
Neil: Yeah, trouble is, um, neither one of us drinks alcohol.
Adrian: I remembered. Sparkling cider. Promise I'll take much better care of you this time.
Nick: All right, I know you're not thrilled with turning your life upside down just because Dad's off pouting somewhere, but think about all the jobs that could be lost if the Newman stock price takes a hit, all the workers and families who are depending on our company's continued success.
Victoria: Oh, you really know what buttons to push, don't you?
Nick: You want another reason? I'll give you the only one that matters. I'm your brother, and I need you. Vick, I know you may not care about Newman Enterprises anymore. Well, I do. This is my responsibility, and I need your help. Us standing shoulder to shoulder in front of the media-- that'll do more to keep up appearances than anything else I can think of. So please, can I count on you? Will you come back to work?
Victoria: (Sighs) I'm so sorry, but I have to say "No" again.
Victoria: Before you look at me with those big sad eyes, I will help you with the family unity piece, all right? I will go and I will put on my power suit, and we will call a press conference and convince everyone that everything is peachy-keen, okay? But then I'm coming back here to Johnny. I'm not gonna take an official role at Newman. I just can't.
Nick: All right, I'll take that. Thank you. I owe you one.
Victoria: Yes, you owe me one. And I'm gonna collect on that.
Nick: Now we just have to find a way to stop Sharon, and I'll feel a lot better.
Sharon: Well, this is a formidable-looking document. (Clears throat) More than just a gesture, I would think.
Avery: Underneath all the legalese, it's, uh, very straightforward. It just assures the board and the shareholders that, in Victor's absence, his new marriage will in no way create a strain in the organization.
Sharon: You know, if Victor trusted me enough to forego the prenup, I doubt he would want me to sign this, and if he were here, he would surely tell you that.
Avery: Well, that's the point, Sharon. Victor's not here. If he were here, we wouldn't need the document.
Sharon: No offense, Avery, but, um, that's completely illogical.
Avery: I'll tell you what-- read it through, think about it, and, uh, we will talk in a little while. I'd like to have it signed today.
Sharon: Yeah, I'm sure you would.
Avery: Sharon... (Sighs) I truly believe that Victor would want this, and I hope you'll see it that way, too. You would be doing your husband and the company that he spent a lifetime creating a huge service.
Sharon: I'll look it over, but that's all I can promise.
Avery: Okay. Okay. Thank you. I will check back later.
Avery: Nick, hi, it's Avery. I just gave it my best shot with Sharon, and hopefully I got through to her. Uh, call me when you get this so we can meet somewhere and debrief.
Sharon: Tucker. (Sighs) Hi.
Tucker: Hi. I just thought I'd stop by, check in, see how things are going.
Sharon: Perfect timing.
Tucker: Oh, yeah? (Sighs)
Sharon: So Victor's family and his attorney have gotten more aggressive.
Tucker: I take it that means no one's heard from him.
Sharon: Uh, no, and if they had, I doubt they would come running to tell me.
Tucker: You know, I gotta say, for someone who doesn't really know what's going on, you're making a lot of assumptions.
Sharon: Oh, no, no. Don't forget, I know these people, and I know how their minds work. None of them are happy about this marriage.
Tucker: Did you ever think it might be a test by Victor, wanting to see how you'll handle things when he's not around to referee?
Sharon: Do you think that this might be part of the test? This is a document. Avery dropped it off earlier today. Do you think that Victor would want me to sign that?
Tucker: Hmm. Let's check that out. (Chuckles) I don't see why anyone would sign it.
Avery: Thank you. I did my best to convince Sharon she'd be a hero if she signed the document.
Victoria: Let's hope that it worked.
Nick: Well, while you were meeting with Sharon, Vick and I talked, and she's gonna lend her support.
Avery: Fantastic. (Sighs) That makes our job a lot easier.
Victoria: I'm thinking that, privately, at the board meeting, we need to be frank about the situation. But publicly, we cannot admit that we have no idea where Dad is.
Nick: Yeah, we should put our heads together and see if we can come up with a statement the board will approve.
Avery: Well, there's no time like the present.
Devon: So, Lily, Neil is worried about you and Cane. Should he be?
Lily: (Chuckles) Dad is just being overprotective, but what else is new? But what about, um, him and Harmony? Are you gonna be okay if they wind up together?
Devon: (Chuckles) I told my mom I was cool if she wanted to go out with him, and I meant that. Anything else is up to them.
Lily: Yeah, I mean, that's how I feel. It's like, if it works, then more power to 'em.
Devon: Exactly, right?
Devon: So now that we've covered our parent's love lives, you can tell me why you danced around my question. Is there something that your family should be concerned about?
Neil: Thanks. Appreciate that.
Harmony: Now that was a good meal.
Neil: Mm, yes, it was. Glad you enjoyed it.
Harmony: You know, I can't get over how different things are between you and me since the first time we met.
Neil: That's because you're different.
Harmony: Devon said that, too. But I still cringe every time I think about the kind of mother I was, which was no kind of mother at all.
Neil: Hey, come on, now. Ancient history.
Harmony: But I still owe you so much for taking him in and giving my son the kind of life that I couldn't. (Sighs) I also owe you something else, Neil-- an apology.
Neil: For what?
Harmony: (Sighs) The way I... (Sighs) how can I say this? Um... showed my interest in you that time-- I mean, taking my robe off in your living room. It was just so disrespectful and embarrassing. Damn thing has haunted me ever since.
Neil: Harmony, apology accepted. Let it go.
Harmony: Well, you know what? Looking that you are making this out to be so cool and everything, we might as well look at that as our first date.
Harmony: This makes our third.
Neil: Ah. Third date, huh? This night is going even better than I thought.
Tucker: This document's an insult.
Sharon: What--you know, that was my reaction, too. Uh, Victoria, Avery-- they are not my friends. And Nick--I can't even trust him right now. That really breaks my heart. (Sighs) I mean, if they're gonna treat me like this, I need to-- I think I need to start pushing back.
Tucker: That's a good attitude. Stand your ground. Of course, if, uh... (Sighs) If you're really mad, if you wanted to, you could take things even further.
Sharon: Okay, what if I were?
Tucker: There's an emergency board meeting tomorrow to deal with the, uh, fallout from Victor's leaving.
Sharon: Is there? Since when?
Tucker: The e-mail went out a couple hours ago, not that you were on the list. But you know, they're obligated to give you proper notice. You know how it is, though. Sometimes these things fall through the cracks.
Sharon: (Sighs) They're obligated. And who can vote with Victor's proxy right now?
Tucker: That'd be you, Darling, unless your husband had the foresight to, uh, make other arrangements, which I'm guessing he didn't, since his lawyer has been foaming at the mouth to get you to sign away your rights. I think the Newmans are terrified that if you ever find out how much power you have, you'll try to use it.
Sharon: So what you're saying is... I control Newman Enterprises.
Tucker: Let me tell you something-- tomorrow, we'll be selecting an interim C.E.O. to serve in Victor's place. Now I'm guessing that Nick will try to get the board to give him the nod. But who says he's the best candidate? Huh? You got us the Mitsukoshi deal. You helped build a new cosmetics line from the ground up. And you're Victor's wife. You're a legitimate candidate, Sharon... if the C.E.O. job is, uh, even something you're interested in.
Sharon: Well, up until five minutes ago, I didn't know it was a possibility.
Tucker: I guess you've got a lot to think about then, don't you?
Sharon: Thanks to you.
Tucker: You step up to the plate, you keep this company running smoothly, and I guarantee, when Victor gets back, you'll have his gratitude and his respect.
Lily: Listen, there is nothing going on that anyone needs to worry about.
Devon: Well, why don't we let our father decide that?
Lily: (Chuckles) Devon, you're so sweet for caring, okay?
Devon: Yeah. (Chuckles)
Lily: But what Dad saw was just a little disagreement that Cane and I were having.
Devon: What was it about?
Lily: It was just, you know, it was about our schedules. Just--you know, Cane got promoted, and he's been under a lot of pressure lately, and the twins are at an age where it's really hard to handle them sometimes, but it's--it's no big deal. It's just normal... you know, married stuff.
Cane: Well... (Sighs) If she's trying to impress me with how late she can be for a job interview, she's doing a good job at that. (Sighs)
Genevieve: Well, I hope you know I was only kidding about applying for that job myself.
Cane: I know you weren't kidding about applying for the job. And you do know why I can't consider you for it, right?
Genevieve: (Sighs) Things might have turned out so differently if only I hadn't made a play against Jack for Beauty of Nature.
Cane: (Sighs) Yeah.
Genevieve: I just blew it with him on so many levels.
Cane: (Sighs) Well, we, uh, both make lousy choices. You know, but if you learn from your mistakes, then things have a way of working out.
Genevieve: You're a prime example of that, Ethan.
Cane: Well, um... I'm gonna go and see if this waiter knows anything.
Cane: Excuse me.
Cane: Excuse me. Um, I'm supposed to meet a lady here on business. Have you seen anyone sitting alone?
Adrian: There was a woman sitting over there. She must have just left.
Cane: Oh, my God.
Harmony: Mmm, chocolate.
Harmony: Proof that there is a higher power.
Neil: Ain't that the truth? Mmm. So... third date. I think we, uh... need to make up lost time.
Harmony: Oh, really?
Harmony: And just how do you propose we do that?
Neil: Well, I could tell you... or I could just show you.
Harmony: Well... (Clears throat) So here's to third dates. (Sighs)
Neil: And to many more.
Devon: All right, look here, Lily. I finally trust Cane again to take good care of you. And still, the guy has a shady past, and his people aren't exactly what I would call "Upstanding citizens."
Devon: And with that being said, I would like you to make a promise to me, that any time, any place, you come across a problem that you can't handle, you'll reach out to either myself or Dad, and you'll ask for help, and you won't try to deal with things all on your own. Okay? Can you make that promise to me?
Lily: (Sighs) Of course I will.
Devon: Thank you. (Sighs)
Genevieve: Ethan? Ethan, what's wrong? It--did it have something to do with your meeting? Did you have your meeting?
Cane: No, I didn't see. She left early.
Genevieve: (Scoffs) That's unprofessional. Why would she do something like that?
Cane: She left me a note.
Genevieve: "Cane, I thought we had an appointment. I couldn't wait for you anymore. Love... your sister"?
Cane: It's crazy, huh?
Genevieve: Oh, my God. It's outrageous.
Cane: Well, at least now we know that these crazy games have everything to do with Samantha.
Genevieve: Why, though? What is the point of this?
Cane: You-- you don't... no.
Cane: You don't think that maybe Samantha could have written this, do you?
Avery: Okay, I just added at the end of this, "We'll keep you updated with any further developments."
Victoria: Okay, perfect.
Nick: You think this will hold the press?
Avery: I think we've struck a good balance between acknowledging Victor's absence, while skirting the issue that something may have happened to him.
Victoria: Well, I hope Mom finds him by tomorrow. If not, I guess this statement should buy us some time.
Nick: Yeah. We just need to get Sharon to cooperate now.
Victoria: (Sighs) Well, hmm.
Sharon: Ah, good, you're all here. Avery, I believe this is yours.
Avery: Thank you for delivering it.
Victoria: They're signed, I presume.
Sharon: There is no way in hell I would put my name on that. And as for the emergency board meeting tomorrow, the one that you neglected to tell me about... be sure to save me a seat, because I am going to have something to say.
Next on "The Young and the Restless"...
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