Devon looks like he’s seen a ghost. What is this? You’re …. Amanda Sinclair, the dead ringer for Hilary asks if this is a bad time. No – come in, Devon tries to conceal his shock.
At Jabot, Jack agrees that Victor’s death is a reminder not to take life and loved ones for granted. That’s why he needs to discuss something with Kyle.
Strolling through the park, Summer thanks Theo for getting her out of the office for some fresh air. Whatever you need, I’ve got you, Theo grins – you think there’s no depth behind this devastatingly handsome facade? He may not know exactly what Summer’s going through but he understands where she’s coming from.
Sharon’s at Nick’s to offer condolences and a hug. Faith sends her love. Nick talked to Noah – he’s shocked and wants to come home as soon as arrangements have been made. This is Adam’s fault, Nick’s irritated when Sharon defends him. Let me guess – he got to you again, he huffs.
Adam accosts Chelsea at TGP, demanding to see Connor today. He assumes Nick blames him for Victor’s death and now you don’t trust me with my own son. Tell me I’m wrong, he challenges.
On the CL’s patio, Paul and Rey want answers from Ms Fuller. Someone tampered with Victor Newman’s medication. Lab tests reveal it’s twice the prescribed dose. Ms Fuller better fess up – whomever she gave the drugs to is responsible for Victor’s death.
Having nothing to say and knowing there’s no proof she did anything wrong, Ms Fuller’s going back to the pharmacy. Make no mistake, we’ll find out who did this with or without your help; in fact, Rey and Paul will alert Ms Fuller’s coworkers that she won’t be returning to work; she’ll be answering questions at the station. Ms Fuller suddenly becomes cooperative – give me immunity and I’ll give you what you want.
** This is a very rough copy. Apologies **
Nick doesn’t make decisions for me, Chelsea’s protecting her son. Connor doesn’t know his grandpa’s dead. Adam thinks he needs to know; life’s hard, people die. Don’t keep me away from the best part of my life, please, Adam pleads. This is the way things have to be for now, Chelsea hopes he can understand.
You went out of town to get Adam out of your head then came back to run straight to him, Nick doesn’t get it. Rey was interrogating him in the coffee house, Sharon’s indignant – Adam’s grieving, like you. Nick’s not buying his brother’s bereavement. Sit down – there’s something you need to know.
Is everything OK? Amanda asks. Devon’s not sure – he’s very unsettled by all this. Amanda then informs that her client is Philip Chancellor IV (Chance) He has a copy of Katherine’s will that doesn’t leave the bulk of her estate to Devon.
Jack followed Kyle’s progress as CEO online and is impressed. Kyle loved every minute of it and would be honoured to continue on as his Dad’s right-hand man.
Seated on a park bench, Theo tells Summer that his Dad was a union delegate for the Teamsters. He was kind, fair but had an iron fist. We didn’t have a lot of money but he was proud of his job and small house. Integrity was more important than money. He died of a heart attack when Theo was fifteen. He’d give anything to see his Dad one more time; to tell him how proud he was to be his son. As Theo chokes up, a supportive Summer takes his hand.