Diane and Jeremy are at the Glam Club. He laughs at the audacity of her plan to steal a piece of jewelry from Nikki’s apartment in Chicago. Jeremy wants to go with her so they can do it together. He claims he doesn’t need to add any variables to his elaborate plan. If he wants to risk it, he thinks about what he is really looking for. He asked her to do something to prove he was serious so she should let him do it. Knowing how much it would make Nikki scream made it all worth it to her. It would also enable him to pay tribute to her and guarantee her loyalty. Jeremy relents and asks her to his room for a nightcap. Daya claims she’s on a tight schedule but will let him know when she gets back.
At the Abbott mansion, Summer descends the stairs after putting Harrison to sleep. She admits to Kyle that she’s nervous about going to Paris instead. He gets annoyed with his grandfather and reveals that he asked him to help Adam fail at Jabot. He can’t believe his grandfather would hurt his son and is surprised that he would even consider helping Victor. Kyle points out that Adam has a bad history and Jack has a soft spot for him that he finds impossible to understand. He worries that getting involved with Victor is a slippery slope.
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Diane arrives and Summer starts complaining about the Stark situation. Diane assures them that if everything goes according to her plan, she will be able to put the last painful part of her past behind her. Jack rushes into his black heist clothes and produces the necklace he took from Nicky’s safe. Summer is shocked that they stole from her grandmother. Jack explains that they are only borrowing and Nikki will get it back. This is not going well. Summer starts to panic about the major theft and tells her husband not to interfere anymore. She runs off and Kyle follows. Diane tells Jack that she didn’t want to bring this whole mess to the family. He is grateful for the great lengths he went to. He reminds her that she still has a role to play and she needs to be convincing. They agree to be there for each other. Jack says there’s a new layer to him, a level of bravery he never expected, and it’s very attractive. He smiles and they kiss.
Tucker stands in the park and looks up at the sky before looking at a photo of Devon on his phone.
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At Devon’s penthouse, he and Abby discuss her father trying to steal her company. He jokes how his father would never try to do such a thing. Her being there makes him happy. He felt like his life was going well until it all just fell apart. It’s more than a setback. He even told Jill that he was going back to Hamilton-Winters so he could drive like Neal taught him. After all the mistakes he’s made recently, he feels it’s time to trust his instincts. When he adds that Lily compared him to Victor, he assures her that he’s just upset and their bond can’t be broken. She gets a text from Tucker asking for a date. Devon is reluctant, but he thinks she should agree and tell him she doesn’t want anything to do with him face-to-face. He texts, offering McCauley five minutes.
Tucker arrives at the penthouse as Abby exits. McCall does not blame his son if he is angry and hurt. He knows things don’t look good and he needs to explain what he really wanted. They reminisce about the early days of their relationship. Devon continues to defend. Her father claims she wanted a positive presence and they slowly grew closer. He remembers Devon’s hearing surgery and the song they made together. She would like to work together again so they can be a part of each other’s lives. That was the dream. He wanted them to work together and Ashley as his wife. All he wanted was to work with the two people who meant the most to him.
Devon thinks his goals were really cool, but he’s not going to get what he wants if he has to lie to get them. It doesn’t matter what’s in his heart when he uses every dirty trick in the book. He has not changed and alienated her. The same probably happened to Ashley. Tucker can see how he failed and needs to make some changes. Devon orders him out. His dad wants to patch things up, but Devon tells him to get out of town. Tucker walks out.
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At Crimson Lights, Lily thanks Daniel for letting her talk her ear off. He jokes that he stopped listening after a while. They both have shared a lot with each other. For better or worse, he gets her. He wishes it wasn’t true. Her smile falls as she sees Billy and Chelsea enter. He explains that he will be around for a bit. She’s sure Kevin will be thrilled.
Billy joins them. It is tense. Chelsea continues to make small talk about Danielle’s career changes, and then they talk about her career plans. Billy and Lily look on as the other two continue to talk. Eventually, Chelsea ends this conversation and walks out alone. Billy tells them to enjoy their night and leaves. “Wow, that was so much fun,” says Daniel. Lily admits she’s not well. He wants to sleep for a week. He assures her that she can let him go any time she wants.
Adam approaches Victor at Society and asks him what he and Kyle agreed on. His father claims that they were discussing family matters. He asked Kyle how Adam was doing in his new position at Jabot. Adam wants to know what he’s really up to. He’s sure his father must be angry that he’s so mindlessly falling into his plans. Victor hopes that he doesn’t have the same problems with Connor that they had. His son doubts that could happen. Mustache tells him that his father was a bastard, and he vows to never be like him. Adam can appreciate that he has overcome a lot to become who he is, but he is a ruthless businessman who uses his image as a family man to justify his despicable behavior. This attitude hardly surprises Victor, who insists he’s only giving him the tools to deal with whatever life throws at him. “What life usually throws at me is you,” Adam notes. He tells his father that he can’t let him try to use his child to get him back. Victor believes that he has never forgiven himself for the fact that his mother raised him on a farm instead of there. She once again hopes that Adam will never have to live with his son what he is going through now.
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Billy stops by Society and sits at the bar, even though Adam is there. Adam walks after taking his last breath and they agree that they are the last people anyone wants to hang out with. The Newman is tired of letting Billy into his life due to his relationship with Chelsea. When she accuses him of taking advantage of her, Billy warns her. Adam continues to push and accuse him of loving his savior role. When she adds that Lily can see it too, Billy jumps up and yells at her to back off. She blames him for putting Chelsea in the position she was in. When they get in each other’s faces about helping him, Abby interrupts and forces them to back off. Adam apologizes and leaves. He asks Billy what’s wrong with him.
At Chelsea’s apartment, she picks up a blanket and remembers how she put it on Billy. Adam appears. “What happened?” he asks. He walks in, disoriented. He tells her she has to go. He agrees and says they can talk tomorrow.
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