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,, >> adam: hey. good morning. >> chelsea: yes, it is. >> adam: waking up next to you, it is. >> chelsea: i know. when i first opened my eyes and saw you, i was scared i was just dreaming... scared that i' d...wake up and you' d still be missing. >> adam: no. i' m here. i' m real. see? you can see me. you can touch me. >> chelsea: touch you? >> adam: yeah. >> chelsea: touch you all i want?
>> sharon: don' t you wish we could stay like this all day? >> dylan: yeah. i do. but, unfortunately... >> sharon: no, no, no. don' t go to work just yet. just a few more minutes, please. >> dylan: ohh. i don' t think adam' s gonna be at the station yet, so... i got to interview him about the kidnapping, see if i can get details about who was behind this whole thing. >> sharon: you know... i' m really proud of you and the work that you did -- pulling off a rescue like that in the middle hurt. >> dylan: [ chuckling ] yeah, nobody except me. thanks for not giving me too much grief for that, by the way. >> sharon: well, i don' t relish the idea that some criminal attacked you or that you put day. >> dylan: i know, but we had a plan and plenty of backup. >> sharon: plans fall apart. >> dylan: yes, they do. but this one didn' t. i mean, we got adam home safe, got a bad guy off the street. you know, amazingly enough,
jobs, and, all in all, it went as smoothly as it possibly could. >> sharon: well, when you put it that way, i' m glad things turned out the way you hoped. >> dylan: yeah. unfortunately, not everyone' s night turned out so well. >> sage: nick. >> nick: hey. >> sage: oh. oh, god. [ both sigh ] [ inhales deeply ] >> nick: you okay? >> sage: yeah. i' m not interested in going back to that jail cell. getting arrested wasn' t part of the p-- um...sorry. can you just pay my bail and go home? i just want to get out of here. >> nick: uh, is there any chance i could get a couple minutes alone with my wife? >> sage: [ sighs ] >> nick: what the hell were you
>> abby: [ laughs ] >> stitch: [ chuckles ] >> max: that was an epic >> stitch: yeah? >> abby: i' didn' t break anything. [ laughs ] >> stitch: didn' t hurt at all. are you kidding me? >> max: seriously? you fell hard. >> stitch: yeah? well, guess what -- your dad is made of steel! feel those guns, boy! >> abby: [ chuckles ] here' why don' t you go get us three hot chocolates? >> abby: oh, yes. >> max: okay. >> abby: thank you. >> stitch: oh, my god. >> abby: [ chuckles ] so, i take it... >> stitch: ohh. >> abby: ...the man of steel was just lying through his teeth? >> stitch: yeah. >> stitch: i think i' m gonna have a bruise the size of toledo.
>> stitch: but it was worth it, you know... seeing him smile and... you too. >> ashley: mm. >> dr. neville: all done. >> ashley: mm. >> dr. neville: you know, gifted as i am, it' s impossible to monitor someone if they' re never around. >> ashley: oh, i' m so sorry. i had to spend time with billy and my family, you know? we were so afraid we were gonna lose him. >> dr. neville: of course. how is he? >> ashley: he' s great. he' s awake. he' s talking. he' s harassing the doctors. >> dr. neville: good. >> ashley: good?! nothing short of a miracle. the doctors even think he' s gonna make a complete recovery. >> dr. neville: no, no. i mean "good" as in that surgery could have killed him -- or worse. >> ashley: well, i hated seeing my family have to go through that, you know -- being faced with making such an impossible decision. and, um, it started me thinking that if this treatment of yours t work, that i' m gonna be putting them through it all over again, aren'
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a snowball fight? blast. >> abby: [ laughs ] yeah, or, um, here' s a thought. what if we went back to the club and we ordered room service and you? ' cause, you know, i am just so skating. >> stitch: yeah. >> max: no one said you have to come. >> abby: [ chuckles uncomfortably ] >> sharon: this is such a precious time in a child' s life, and... i missed out on that with my three girls. now i have to share custody of faith with nick, so i just want to relish every moment of being sully' s mom from the very beginning. >> dylan: yeah, i know what you mean. >> sharon: you do? >> dylan: [ sighs ] yeah. i waited so long to become a dad. now that it' s here, i want to
and as hard as it is to leave you two... >> sharon: duty calls? >> dylan: yeah. there you go. ahh. so, after i interview adam, i' m gonna catch up with sage -- see if there' s anything i can do for her and nick. >> sharon: you know, i kind of wonder if maybe dr. anderson is right. maybe it' s not safe for sage to be around the baby. what do you think? >> dylan: oh, i don' t know. i know -- i know sage lost it, and we can' t ignore that, but i don' t want you worrying. i' ll always protect you and our son. >> sharon: i know you will. and i' m gonna do my part, too. i' today. >> dylan: really? >> sharon: mm-hmm. >> dylan: okay. let me know how it goes. >> sharon: okay. >> dylan: see you, buddy. >> sharon: mm-hmm. bye, daddy. we sure are lucky, aren' t we? >> chelsea: it' s true. you are real. >> adam: [ chuckles ]
unfortunately, so is that clock on the wall there. >> chelsea: no! >> adam: yeah. >> chelsea: what time are you due at the station? >> adam: i don' t know. we didn' t have a specific time, but i probably got to go soon, you know? i' m sure paul and dylan have several questions for me. >> chelsea: i was just thinking about dylan. >> adam: that' s awesome. >> chelsea: [ laughs ] >> adam: i mean, that' s not awesome. that' s like the last thing i want to hear right now. >> chelsea: no, that' s not what i meant. >> adam: what did you mean? >> chelsea: i just meant he worked really hard to rescue you, and i appreciated it, after the way i treated him during our marriage, lying to him about connor, and you know i' ll always regret that. >> adam: he forgave you for that a long time ago, sweetheart. >> chelsea: yeah. >> adam: he' s got his own kid now, right? >> chelsea: yeah. they' re sweet together. dylan loves being a dad, and, you know, no one' s ever gonna take sully away from him, so... life is good. >> adam: come here. let me hold for you a minute. >> chelsea: mmm. mmm. [ sighs contentedly ] >> sage: things got out of hand.
>> nick: you think? look, we are supposed to be working on this together, trying to figure out what the good doctor is up to. then you go and take a swing at her? which...you know, i found kind of hot, but it' s not part of the plan, sage. >> sage: i know that. and slapping and getting arrested wasn' t part of the plan, either, nick. but, you know, i saw you two sitting there at that table, all intimate with each other, yet she told sharon to keep sully away from me. >> nick: yeah. i -- you lost it. i get it. >> sage: i lost it. i' m sorry. and you were doing your part, getting information, and i messed up and i acted like a crazy lunatic, and i' >> nick: it' it' s okay. i actually think we can use this to our advantage. >> sage: how? >> nick: well, the crazier you seem, the more it' s gonna look s support, so if she thinks we' re >> sage: she' s more likely to open up to you. >> nick: yeah. i mean, there' s just -- there' s one wrinkle. >> nick: you know i' m gonna have m gonna have to look like i'
are you okay with that? >> sage: [ sighs ] okay. as long as we' re on the same team, nick, i can do it. i just want to find out what she' s up to. >> nick: all right. >> nick: uh, hey, sandy. it' s -- it' s nick. uh, not great, actually. um...could you come down to the police station? i need your help with something. look at this sweet face. so sweet. ok, we're going to need a napkin gooey, flaky, happy. toaster strudel. skincare now becomes skinactive. new garnier skinactive
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pizza afterwards? >> max: we had pizza last night. >> abby: okay. uh, what about a movie? you know, i have been dying to see "renegade penguins 3." >> max: you have? >> abby: [ chuckles ] yeah. i mean, who doesn' t like a flightless seabird movie? and you know what? i have so many unanswered questions after "renegade penguins 2." [ chuckles ] [ pager beeps ] >> stitch: oh, dang it. >> abby: uh, the hospital? >> stitch: yeah. got a patient i got to check on. >> max: so much for spending the day together. >> abby: well, what if we went to go see the movie and then we could meet up with your dad after? yeah. we could all go get something to eat. >> stitch: you okay with that? >> max: does it matter? >> abby: it' s okay, max. look, i' m not gonna force you to do anything. >> max: it' s fine. >> stitch: okay. [ groans lightly ] thank you. >> abby: mm-hmm. >> stitch: i'
club later, all right? >> abby: yes. it' s a date. >> stitch: hey. buck up, champ. >> abby: so [chuckles] this' ll be fun! [ sighs heavily ] >> dr. neville: if your assumption is i' m gonna just stand here and passively enjoy this shameless defeatism, you are sadly mistaken. surely by now you' ve heard what a brilliant doctor i am. >> ashley: absolutely, mostly from you. >> dr. neville: doesn' t make it any less veritable. >> ashley: if you' re so brilliant, why aren' t i getting any better? >> dr. neville: ' cause you' ve got to give it a chance. we just started the treatment. it takes time to work. >> ashley: i' m a cancer survivor. i know all about that. i also know that there are several outcomes, and i can' t just ignore the bad ones because you want me to. i have to think about the people that i would be leaving behind. can you understand that? >> dr. neville: you' re a "glass half empty" kind of gal, aren' t you?
m a pragmatist. >> dr. neville: no, you' re being pessimistic. >> ashley: i don' t want my daughter to be faced making the same decision that jack had to with billy. >> dr. neville: i understand. that' s a relevant point, so put someone else in charge of your affairs -- someone mature. >> ashley: i' ve absolutely taken the decision out of my daughter' s hands. >> dr. neville: you lost me. >> ashley: i' m asking you, simon... if your treatment doesn' t work... will you please end my life before my family has to? >> dylan: why would you call dr. anderson? that' s the last person your wife wants to see. >> nick: sage thinks she is way too involved in our lives. that' s why she freaked out in front of all those people. >> dr. anderson: not the actions of a stable person. nick, as i said last night, your wife needs help. >> nick: sage said she would rather sit in jail than take any help from you. >> dr. anderson: another clear indication that she' s not well. you know my recommendation -- in-patient psychiatric care.
you want to send her to fairview? >> dr. anderson: well, that' s one option. nick, i assume that' s why you called me -- because you thought about what i said and decided you agree with me. >> nick: what can i do if she won' t go? >> dr. anderson: you' re sage' s husband. if she' s not of sound mind, you have the ability to make decisions for her. >> nick: like having her committed? >> dr. anderson: my offer stands. i will drop the charges if you admit your wife for a 72-hour psych hold at the facility of your choosing. she' ll be evaluated and treated by staff there. all you have to do is sign these papers. >> dylan: i don' t know, man. it' s your decision. >> nick: where would you recommend? >> dr. anderson: memorial has a first-rate psychiatric unit. she' d receive the best care there. >> nick: [ sighs ] you have a pen? [ exhales sharply ] >> dylan: i' ll arrange for her
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>> stitch: ash, let me say this. okay? >> ashley: [ sighs ] >> stitch: i love you. >> ashley: [ gasps ] [ exhales sharply ] >> dr. neville: what, bad dream? >> ashley: ohh. ohh. >> dr. neville: huh? >> ashley: yeah, it' s... that fire. it was horrifying. >> dr. neville: oof. i' m sorry. nightmare, then. mm-hmm. >> ashley: thankfully, i wasn' t alone. >> dr. neville: ahh. well, let me guess. a certain army medic who considers himself a doctor --
>> ashley: stitch. >> dr. neville: he was with you? >> ashley: yes, and he' s a very good doctor and a very good man. wasn' >> ashley: he' s married to my daughter, you know. >> dr. neville: [ sighs ] he certainly is. >> ashley: what are you implying? >> dr. neville: that i' ve seen the way you act around him, and there are certain qualifiable physiological reactions. >> ashley: oh, really? well, you know what? like what? >> dr. neville: well, like your eyes dilate, for one thing, which is a sure sign of interest, if not outright that' s ridiculous. it' s science. >> ashley: well, maybe it' s because... a long time ago, we had, like, a little thing, but it' s definitely in the past now. >> dr. neville: is it? >> abby: yoo-hoo! hello! anybody home?! >> dr. neville: here. here. here. >> abby: hello? >> ashley: go, go, go, go, go. >> abby: [ sighs ] hi! great! hi! hi! um, max rayburn, this is my mom,
s been working with -- dr. simon neville. they' ve been doing some medical research. young man? >> max: okay, i guess. i' ve heard so much about you from your dad and from abby, of course. >> abby: okay! well, um, i was just gonna give max a tour of the lab, but, you know, i think dr. neville would be much better at that. >> dr. neville: me too. in the interest of entertainment, we' ll start with the corrosive, dangerous, and toxic. put that down. it' s expensive. this way. >> ashley: so, what' s going on? you' re spending time with ben' s son? >> abby: ben got paged, so i volunteered to hang out with him, and now... >> ashley: it' s not going the way you hoped? >> abby: no! he is bratty and defiant, and he clearly hates me. >> ashley: i am so sorry. >> abby: i have to just be okay with this. i have to let it go, you know?
but with this kid, every time i try something, it' s like one step forward and 20 steps back. and if this doesn' t change soon, it' s gonna cost me my marriage. [ sighs ] >> dylan: so, what else can you tell me about the phone conversation the kidnapper had? >> adam: uh, uh, nothing. i-i already told you everything. >> dylan: well, tell me again. you might have left out a detail that' s important. >> adam: i didn' t. >> chelsea: take it easy on him, dylan. adam' s been through an ordeal. >> adam: that' s not what i' m upset about, babe. i' m upset about nick abandoning sage at a time when she needs him the most. what' s that all about? >> dylan: nick' s doing what he there' s no easy way to deal with somebody with mental illness or a mental breakdown. >> adam: is that right? is that -- is that true? remind me again where you got >> chelsea: adam. s the name s not your place to judge nick. >> adam: that is a hell of a isn' t it? and what are you saying? you can tell if someone has >> dylan: don' mouth. >> adam: you said it, man! >> dylan: we' re talking about s why you' re here. it' who' s going through a why don' t you go home and ask
when she got diagnosed with bipolar disorder, who was there for her? it was me. it wasn' t nick. it wasn' t that saint. he abandoned her, just like he' s abandoning sage. it' s disgusting. >> chelsea: babe. >> dylan: where -- ad-- where you -- where you going? >> adam: i' m sick of answering your silly questions, all right? i got other places to be. babe, let' s go. >> chelsea: i' m sorry. >> dylan: [ sighs ] >> sharon: nick. what' s wrong? >> nick: sage was just admitted -- 3-day hold. sandy felt like she should be evaluated. >> sharon: i' m sorry. >> nick: yeah, me too. i mean, if there was any other way... >> sharon: i feel like it' s partly my fault for not letting sage spend time with the baby. i know that' s what pushed her over the edge. >> nick: look, i know you' re just trying to protect sully, but sage is no threat to him. >> sharon: i know you believe that, but i trust dr. anderson, and i have to do what'
my son. well, good luck. you know i-i wish the best for you two. >> nick: thanks. how' s sage doing? >> dr. anderson: she' s upset, understandably. no one likes being forced into treatment. but you did the right thing. >> nick: can i see her? just to make sure she' s okay? >> dr. anderson: all right. >> dr. anderson: sage... nick is here. >> sage: go away. >> nick: can i have a couple minutes alone with her? >> dr. anderson: of course. >> nick: thanks. >> sage: is it working? is she buying it? >> nick: well, it seems to be.
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s gonna start suspecting something. >> nick: all right. >> sage: hey, come here. i love you. >> nick: i love you. be careful. >> sage: go. >> nick: love you. >> dr. anderson: hey. let' s go get a coffee. it' ll be a while before we know anything. >> nick: okay. >> adam: excuse me. uh, my sister-in-law sage newman was just admitted. can you -- she' s in there? okay, great. thank you very much. i appreciate that. >> chelsea: adam, are you sure this is a good idea? >> sage: what are you guys doing here? >> chelsea: hey. uh, we were just a little concerned about you. >> adam: it was a nasty scene at the police station, and then last night at the club, from what i gather, after reading all that online. >> sage: yeah. well, it was. and i' ll tell you what -- she' s out to get me. and before you say that i' m delusional, you have to understand, adam, that she' s the problem, not me. she'
m obsessed with sharon' s baby so that she can have me out he' s probably with her s just -- s settle down. settle down! i don' t trust a word that comes the proof that she' me, okay?! m gonna give you guys a minute -- okay? -- to talk. >> adam: hey. [ chuckles softly ] hey. breaths, okay? and why don' t you just tell me what she' s done to you? now? is that what it is? >> adam: that' s not what -- >> sage: i cannot believe this common tramp is snowing you. this is ridiculous. we' out of here. >> sage: no. adam, you can' t. >> ashley: hey. you have everything it takes to be a wonderful stepmom, you' re just gonna have to give it time. >> abby: yeah. that' >> ashley: it' you' re a fantastic person. someday soon, max is gonna realize how fantastic you are.
when you married dad when victoria was little? >> ashley: are you kidding me? victoria used to call me "the wicked witch." nikki put her up to that. fun, huh? >> abby: seriously? >> ashley: yeah. yeah. >> abby: i knew you guys have never been close, but... >> ashley: there was a time when she was a teenager i thought maybe it would happen, but, you know, it never worked out for your dad and me. but...you' re in a completely different situation, okay? you' re not gonna have the same obstacles i did. so keep your chin up. be patient. that' s the best advice i can give you. >> abby: thank you. >> ashley: you' re welcome, honey. >> abby: um...well, i guess i' d better get max. >> ashley: okay. >> abby: hey, max! how was the tour? >> dr. neville: brilliant. i was just showing young maximilian how to make goo in a commonly found cold medication. >> abby: wow! that sounds interesting. >> max: i know, right?! >> abby: [ chuckles ] i think we should probably save it for another time, though. we have to meet your dad. remember? >> max: stupid lunch. >> dr. neville: oh, come back anytime. we' ll finish the experiment.
>> ashley: bye, max. see you later. >> ashley: you were really good with him. >> dr. neville: i, uh -- i' ve got to finish looking at your results. excuse me. >> dylan: well, that' s good. it sounds like abby and max are getting along better. >> stitch: yeah. they' re making progress. it' s not gonna happen overnight, though, but... >> dylan: hey, it doesn' t have to. you got the rest of your lives to figure it out. >> stitch: that' s a great way to look at it. yeah. i didn' t think of that. hey, abby told me about chelsea' s bridal show -- the police thing. >> dylan: mm. >> stitch: it sounds like one hell of an op -- rescuing adam, catching the bad guy. >> dylan: things worked out the way they were supposed to for a change. >> stitch: so, were you helping paul unofficially again? >> dylan: no. >> stitch: what?! you' re a detective?! whoa! well, congratulations, man. that was quick. >> dylan: i got some -- i got some connections. paul put me on the fast track because of my military experience, and i took a few other tests. >> stitch: okay.
>> dylan: man, yeah. no, it' s good. it' s good. it' s good. sharon' s not too, uh, thrilled about it. >> stitch: well, she' s probably just worried about you, you know, getting hurt. >> dylan: yeah. it just makes me wonder if i made the right choice. >> stitch: you happy doing policework? >> dylan: what --- yea-- i love it. i mean, it' s the first thing since the army that just makes sense, you know? >> stitch: so, why give it up? >> dylan: well, i-i don' t want my work to push sharon into a downward spiral or be gone too much that i miss any signs of trouble. >> stitch: hey, you got to do what' s best for you, or you won' t be any good to her or sully. >> dylan: [ sighs ] >> nick: thank you. whoa. >> jeremy: hey, you need some help with that, buddy? >> joe: we' re pretty good at balancing some things. >> nick: uh, even biscotti? >> joe: i mean, it doesn' t sound like much of a challenge. >> jeremy: be careful, though. if you drop that, you' re probably not gonna get a second chance. >> nick: [ chuckles ] yeah. uh, i think i'
>> nick: thanks, fellas. see you. >> jeremy: all right. >> joe: cheers. [ both chuckle ] this clown. >> nick: [ sighs ] here you go. >> dr. anderson: ah. oh. no biscotti for me. thank you. [ chuckles ] >> nick: okay. >> dr. anderson: how are you holding up? >> nick: well, i' m kind of a did you see sage' s face when i had to say goodbye to her? i mean, what am i doing to her? >> dr. anderson: look, i realize that sage is furious with you, harder if she' d been locked up in jail, even if she can' t see that now. >> nick: i know you deal with a lot of patients, but it' s a lot different when you' re the one who' s suffered the loss. >> dr. anderson: how do you mean? >> nick: you may think you know what sage is going through, but you have no idea. >> dr. anderson: you couldn' t be more wrong.
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>> stitch: you know how i feel about neville. why would you take max around that guy? >> abby: max didn' t want to go to the movie, so i thought i' d introduce him to my mom, tour him around jabot. i don' t know. i didn' t think it was that big of a deal. >> stitch: i don' t trust neville, okay? so you' re just gonna need to check in with me before you take him anyplace like that. >> abby: it was my family' s company, not a nuclear power plant. >> stitch: you' re not listening. this is my son. i need to be kept in the loop when it comes to him. understand?
t have run off to work and left him with me? >> ashley: if only you were smart and fast. >> dr. neville: patience. i have the results. i' m just being thorough. i' m gonna compare your blood count to what i took earlier. >> ashley: please, simon. honestly, the suspense is killing me. >> dr. neville: you think you can take it? >> ashley: it' s working? the treatment' s working? >> sharon: well, this is a nice surprise. i wasn' t expecting you here this early. >> dylan: yeah. it' s, uh, been a tough morning. i just needed to see you and this little guy. in case i haven' t told you
you are everything to me... and i love you. you okay? what' s wrong? >> sharon: i saw nick at the hospital today, and, my god. how much more trauma can those two endure? it just breaks my heart to see them struggle like that. >> dylan: i know. >> sharon: but, at the same time... it makes me all the more grateful that we have sully. >> dylan: yeah. me too. hey, bud. >> adam: you obviously don' t belong here, so come on. we' re walking out of here. >> sage: adam, no. >> adam: let' s go. >> sage: please. >> adam: no? wh-why the hell not? you want to stay here? >> sage: because if i fight this, it' s gonna make it worse. >> adam: worse? how the hell could it get any worse? you' re being held against your will in a psych unit, sage. >> sage: nick signed the papers. it' s not up to me. >> adam: which is also what i wanted to talk to you about. >> sage: he did that so she would drop the assault charge. there were so many witnesses, of course, she' d win, and i would rot in a jail cell while she has
i stand, they deserve each other. what the hell kind of a sick human being does this to their own wife? >> sage: he' s doing this because he loves me and he' s protecting me. please. >> adam: he' s got a funny way of showing it. >> sage: hey. i' m -- i' m really touched that you' re so outraged at this. okay? thank you. >> adam: you got my support, all right? me and chelsea both -- 1,000%. >> sage: thank you. >> adam: you' re welcome. >> sage: and i promise you, once this is over, three days, they' re gonna come in. they' re gonna tell me that i' m not crazy. i' ll be vindicated. she' ll be discredited to nick. this whole nightmare will be over. and that' s all that i' m holding on to at this point. >> adam: i hope you' re right. and if you need anything -- anything at all -- call, all right? >> sage: i' ll be all right. you can go. thank you.
>> chelsea: is she okay? >> adam: well, hell, no, she' s not okay, and as far as i' m concerned, this is all nick' s fault. >> nick: no disrespect, sandy, but you' re a doctor, you know? you' re not a patient. >> dr. anderson: you don' t think i don' t know what it feels like to lose something that i wanted more than anything, to have all of my hopes and dreams smashed in an instant? well, i do. i know all about the frustration, the -- the anger, and the -- and the disappointment. >> nick: what happened to you? >> dr. anderson: i' m -- i' m sorry. i' m sure it' s been a difficult couple of days. um, i' m due back at fairview. i' ll -- i' ll be in touch. >> nick: and next time, you' re gonna tell me all about it. >> next on "the young and the restless"...
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