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> dr. neville: [ sighs heavily ] well, mr. mcavoy, as flattering as it is you seem to know me, i'm pretty sure i haven't had the pleasure. in any case, i don't appreciate you kicking your way in here like some kind of cowboy on steroids. there are apparently constitutional tenets that prohibit such things, the fourth amendment being chief among them. >> dylan: yeah, well, i've got some questions for you. >> dr. neville: i believe i should see some identification first. >> dylan: yeah, and i should probably see some proof that you have a license to operate a medical laboratory in a motel room. >> dr. neville: it's private research. it's perfectly legitimate. and it's also very sensitive, so, please, don't touch it. >> dylan: i'm not -- i'm not here to interfere with your work. >> dr. neville: oh. no? something tells me you're not a police officer, either, which makes this breaking and entering and, therefore, a crime. >> dylan: who hired you to treat hilary hamilton? >> dr. neville: well... that's, uh -- that's confidential, mr. mcavoy. >> dylan: yeah, well... i'm trying to be nice,
dr. neville. i don't have to be so pleasant. you wouldn't like me when i get angry. >> dr. neville: i-i understand. the fact is i have no idea who mrs. hamilton's benefactor was. i was picked up by a dark car, taken to an undisclosed location somewhere in -- in the country. [ chuckling ] i couldn't find my way back there if my life depended on it. i assume that secrecy was necessary, because, as you see, her treatment required a rather unconventional protocol. >> dylan: how'd she end up in the hospital? >> dr. neville: regrettably, there were complications. hilary was in danger. she needed to be monitored. i couldn't do it. i didn't have the equipment. so i made sure she got to memorial, and i left her there. the end of the story. >> dylan: mm, not quite. you left a part out. you came back to give hilary more pills. >> sharon: i just want to make sure...that he's real. this is real? it's not a dream? >> dr. anderson: your little boy is real.
[ chuckles ] >> sharon: he's so beautiful. look how content he is. >> dr. anderson: well, he's obviously happy to be where he belongs -- safe and sound in his mother's arms. >> sharon: you know, he's strong for such a little baby. >> dr. anderson: well, he's bright and healthy. >> sharon: thanks to you. thanks for making sure that i take care of myself and my baby. coming here to fairview was the best decision i ever made. >> dr. anderson: i'm glad it worked out. >> sharon: it couldn't have worked out better. i can't stop looking at him! who do you think he looks like? >> dr. anderson: oh, there's no question. he's the spitting image of his father. [ chuckles ] >> adam: you think i'm lucky? >> victor: you're also a damn fool, you know. >> adam: there it is. thank you, dad, for coming all the way down here to give me a complete character evaluation. >> victor: you're lucky because you have a wife who loves you enough to fight for you, although you've lied to her more often than you've lied to me,
probably. never mind your most recent deviation from the truth. >> adam: the truth? well, the truth is i have a lot of regret when it comes to chelsea. not telling her that i'm the father of sage's baby is not one of them, and i don't understand why i would come forward with that information now. what purpose would that serve? >> victor: you know what's hard to believe? that chelsea is willing to fight for you, although you've lied to her like crazy. when you told her the story that ian ward had died in that fire and that the paragon virus perished with him, she believed it. >> adam: it's the truth. for what it's worth, it's the truth. >> victor: hmm. apparently, it's worth a hell of a lot to her. >> adam: but not to you, of course -- not to you. that's why you came down here, right -- to tell me that? >> victor: you know why i'm here? >> adam: i have no idea. >> victor: your loving wife accomplished something that very few people have managed to do. she convinced me...
>> victor: if chelsea is right that someone set you up for paragon's return... then that person is still out there, ready and willing to pillage the rest of newman enterprises, a company that i built for my children and grandchildren. >> adam: so, you -- you believe me, then, that i left ian for dead, that i have nothing to do with paragon's resurgence? >> victor: mm-hmm. >> adam: [ sighs ] why the sudden change of heart? >> victor: because chelsea persuaded me to believe you. but there were some other inconsistencies that bother me. why would you have left ian ward alive when you knew that the fire could have killed both your wife and your son? >> adam: so, you think he made it out of there on his own and that he's running paragon? is that what you're saying? >> victor: maybe. >> adam: maybe. you got someone else in mind? >> victor: someone who would not team up with you. >> adam: someone who would not team up with me? well, that doesn't really, you know, narrow it down.
you want to give me a hint? >> victor: someone who preached forgiveness at your trial and offered to rebuild newman enterprises with me. >> adam: you -- you think that -- that billy... >> victor: "billy boy" abbott. >> adam: huh. >> victor: we've underestimated him. he probably is a bigger liar than you ever were. >> mariah: oh, naive, foolish boy. nobody lies like victor newman. if he says he's on board with the abbotts, then he isn't. >> kevin: aww. it's nice to know you care. >> mariah: well, if something happens to you, i have no place to live. >> kevin: admit it -- you're gonna miss me while i'm in switzerland. >> mariah: it's possible. but at least i'll know i'll have milk in the fridge every morning. [ cellphone rings ] "unknown caller." i'm feeling lucky. hello? >> dr. anderson: is this mariah? >> mariah: yes. who's this? >> dr. anderson: it's dr. anderson from fairview.
>> mariah: is sharon okay? >> dr. anderson: she's fine. in fact, she couldn't be better. i've called to let you know that you have a new baby brother. >> mariah: that -- that's not -- it's too...s-- i mean -- >> dr. anderson: it's okay, mariah. i know sharon thought she suffered a miscarriage, but whoever told her that was mistaken. she never lost the baby. >> mariah: wow. okay. um... sharon had her baby. >> dr. anderson: yes. a full-term delivery. she and her son are doing fine. >> mariah: is she at memorial? is dylan with her? >> dr. anderson: she gave birth at fairview. and, no, dylan wasn't with her. she still insists on no visitors. >> mariah: what? >> dr. anderson: i'd appreciate it if you could let your family know about the birth. >> mariah: can i talk to h-- >> dr. anderson: [ sighs ] >> mariah: hello? she hung up. >> kevin: sharon had her baby? >> mariah: i have a little brother. >> kevin: [ chuckles ] that's amazing!
congratulations! >> mariah: thanks. >> kevin: what? is something wrong? >> mariah: why did sharon's doctor call me and not dylan? >> dylan: so, who's got you so scared that you would risk coming back to give hilary more pills? >> dr. neville: being scared has nothing to do with it. i came back out of concern for my patient. >> dylan: oh. well, that's nice, dr. neville, but even the most noble doctors need to earn a living. so, who paid you to treat hilary? >> dr. neville: medicine isn't a paycheck to me. it's a calling. it's a passion. i pour my heart and my soul into my research. it's never been about the money. i happily devote my life to helping others, saving lives. >> dylan: to make up for the one you couldn't save. hilary told me about your mother back in ohio. >> dr. neville: [ sighs ] a little piece of history to sooth a nervous patient. i wouldn't make too much of that if i were you, mr. mcavoy. >> dylan: hmm. well, hilary also said that you were leaving town, so why -- why is she covering for you? >> dr. neville: she's not covering for me. i told her i was headed back to
ohio. >> dylan: then you should have stuck with that plan, because for a very smart guy, you've made a lot of dumb mistakes. >> dr. neville: coming back to genoa city was not some misguided calculation. my patient needed me. my work here wasn't done. >> dylan: do you know how much trouble you're in? 'cause you're in a lot of trouble, doctor. >> dr. neville: [ chuckles ] you think so? i'm not the bad guy here. >> dylan: then tell me who is. >> devon: [ sighs ] >> hilary: stop, devon. just think of neil, okay? not me, not you, not this warped sense of justice, okay? just -- just think of your dad. >> devon: let go of the elevator, hilary. >> hilary: you can't do this. >> devon: watch me. >> hilary: i'm not gonna let you
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back? what, like, right here, right now? okay. fine. let's do it. >> devon: that's not what i meant. >> hilary: okay. then what do you want, huh? you want me to move in with you? you want me to pretend to be your wife? if that's what it takes, i'll -- >> devon: stop it, hilary. >> hilary: come on. >> devon: stop it. stop it. stop it, okay? >> hilary: [ scoffs ] >> devon: even if you don't remember loving me, you have to know this isn't the kind of man i am. all right? i don't want sex in an elevator. i don't want a fake relationship. i want you. i want my wife. i want the woman that i'd give my life for. i want the one person that knows me better than anybody else in the world. that's what i want. >> hilary: i don't know you, devon. >> devon: you do. you're my soul mate. and that's why it's so hard for me to believe that you just pushed me out of your mind, that you've forgotten everything we
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okay. well, i am flattered. i'm flattered, really, but, uh, here's the thing -- i'm not gonna stab jack in the back. >> victor: you won't have to do anything to jack abbott. he's not our enemy. it is billy boy and phyllis. are you with me? >> neil: hey, kevin. >> kevin: hey, guys. what's shakin'? >> devon: hey. we're looking for paul. >> kevin: oh, sorry. he's out. >> devon: well, that's weird, 'cause he knew i was on my way to see him. >> kevin: i think he got called out on a case. >> devon: on hilary's case? >> kevin: i don't know. he was gone when i got here. something i can help you with? >> neil: no. that's okay, kevin. we're gonna wait for paul. >> kevin: all right, cool. just hang out here. >> devon: are you having second thoughts? >> neil: no, man. i was just thinking i have spent so much time trying to avoid walking in this place, and now i
am wondering why. >> devon: well, going to prison isn't appealing. >> neil: you know something? i have been in prison for a long time -- right here, inside. and the strangest thing of all is i got to lose my freedom in order to set myself free. you dig? >> devon: listen... >> neil: hmm? >> devon: ...whatever you say to paul -- >> neil: no, no. don't say that. i am not gonna implicate hilary or gwen. you hear me? the story is -- i'm gonna tell him this -- it was my fault. i did everything. i was the jealous ex-husband who wanted revenge. i wanted to make you suffer. that's it -- end of story, clean and simple. >> devon: yeah, and it's a true story 'cause i hurt you. >> neil: no more excuses. it's time for me to stand up and face the music and be a man. i know that i'm gonna go to jail
for a long time, and when i'm there, i bet you that you and hilary are gonna fall in love all over again. >> devon: you make that sound very easy. >> neil: that's 'cause it is. i'm not gonna lie. i don't want you to lie, because we have to protect the women we love and keep them out of this. >> devon: i'm not gonna say anything about hilary or gwen's involvement. >> neil: then what's the problem? >> devon: i just imagined this day... you know, for months -- finding the person that took hilary from me, making him pay, making him suffer the way that he made me suffer. >> neil: yeah. you -- you got your wish now. >> devon: yeah. but it's you. you know. and now the only way for me to get the payback i've wanted so damn bad is to send my father to
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[ crying ] i can't lose you, neil. i can't lose you. i can't. i can't. >> neil: i never thought i'd say this, but i deserve to go to jail for what i did. >> devon: [ sighs ] you didn't mean for everything to go this far. >> neil: yeah, but they did. i have to take responsibility now, you know? i've been playing god for too long. i-i had no right to be judge and jury. >> devon: you also could have
let hilary die, but you didn't do that. you saved her damn life. >> neil: yes, i did. but i did it for me. i wanted her to wake up -- i needed her to wake up -- and clear me. >> devon: which she wants to do now. >> neil: but i'm not gonna let her do it. the guilt i'm carrying around for what i did -- no, man. i can't do it. >> devon: well, if i send you to prison, i have to carry that burden. >> neil: but you're not to blame for my mistakes. you can't right my wrongs. this is my choice. it's not yours. >> devon: i-i... i can't go along with it, though. i can't. i'm not gonna let you destroy your life. >> victor: what is it gonna be?
it looks like my time is up. you know, here's the thing -- every single thing about our past history tells me this is a bad idea. but lucky for you, i like a long shot. >> victor: let me remind you... you don't have much of a choice. are you in? >> adam: yeah, i'm in. >> victor: hmm. >> sharon: dylan, this is the third time that i'm calling you. why aren't you answering my calls? please call me back. >> dr. anderson: what's wrong? >> mariah: sharon called dylan to tell him about the baby, and they got cut off. he probably lost service or the battery died or he just fainted from the news. >> sharon: no. it's not funny. this wasn't just a dropped call. i heard dylan moan before the line went dead. i think he's in trouble.
>> dr. anderson: i'm -- i'm sure mariah did not mean to make light of your concern. >> mariah: no! of course not. >> dr. anderson: it's normal for you feel emotional right now, but overreacting isn't good for you or the baby. maybe i should give you something to help you calm down. >> sharon: no. i don't want any medication. i want dylan. i need to make sure that he's okay. >> paul: dylan? dylan!
dylan. dylan! oh, my god. dylan! >> next on "the young and the restless"... >> hilary: i was seriously injured, and the person who held save me. >> colin: i got a business proposition that might suit someone of your particular talents. >> lily: what are you doing here? -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com