Sharon finds Dylan punching a bag in the gym. When she mentions Nikki, he punches harder. He doesn't want anything to do with his new family. She thinks he just needs to adjust and suggests that he continue building his relationship with Faith. As she leaves, she tells him she'll always be around to talk.
Nick runs into Summer at the Club. It's awkward. He's sorry she had a crummy Thanksgiving. She's baffled to hear he spent it with Sharon and the kids. They sit down. "Dylan... it's almost as bad as having Adam for a brother," she muses. "It's close," says Nick. This entire situation is eerily familiar to Summer. Sharon stands at the bar and pretends not to eavesdrop until Summer notices her. They call her over and plan Summer's next playdate with Faith.
Nick goes down to the gym. Dylan is still there. He punches while Nick lifts weights. Eventually, Nick says they need to set some things straight.
Summer is at Sharon's. They wait for Faith to come home. Summer recalls painting her nails with her mom. "I really miss her," she says. Tearing up, she talks about sitting by her mother's bedside. It makes her want to scream but there's no one for her to blame. Sharon looks away and then gives her a hug. "I'm sorry," she says.
A startled Michael wakes up in his bed with Lauren. They discuss how bad they feel about Fenmore. After getting dressed, they wonder whether Carmine's case might be opened up again. Lauren worries Paul might start digging so Michael suggests they find out what he knows.
In prison, an inmate offers to sell some drugs to Fenmore. He turns him down so the inmate reminds him that he could use a friend in there. Some thug comes over and tells Fen that his dad put a lot of the other inmates in there and they want revenge.
At home, Chelsea is telling Adam that she wants to be a more 'hands-on mom'. He thinks she needs to take it easy. They read the paper and discuss potatoes. This feels too much like being married to her. He wonders why she is still there. Chelsea thinks Connor needs some stability right now. The baby cries. After she takes care of the kid, Adam tells Chelsea that he wants her to stay. She thinks they should set out some ground rules. For instance, she wants notice when he is bringing a woman over. He tells her he doesn't want any other woman.
Chloe drops by to see Kevin at the station. She didn't sleep. They discuss Delia. She misses having him around for her. He misses being there but has no expectations. After they watch some 'stupid cat videos', she decides it's time to go. Chloe gives him a peck on the cheek and thanks him for being in her life. Once she's gone, Michael and Lauren show up, looking for Paul. Kevin guesses something is going on. They explain why they are there. Kevin says he would make anything incriminating go away... if he knew of anything. Michael reminds him that's a bad idea. Kevin admits it and says he's not really like that anymore.
Billy is with Kelly at Crimson Lights. He tells her all about Delia. He can open up to strangers but can barely speak to his family. She explains how hard losing her son was and assures Billy that he's doing a good job. The Abbott isn't sure he'll ever be able to listen to the Chipmunk carols again. He's angry at himself and God, but he's full of rage at whoever ran down his little girl. He'll never be able to accept his daughter's death and move on. Chloe wanders in so Billy introduces the ladies to each other. After Kelly invites her to the support group, Chloe snaps at her. Kelly leaves. Billy wonders how Chloe is coping. She's defensive. They discuss what's been helping with the grief. Both of them are determined to find the person responsible for this.
Genoa City Spoilers for Tomorrow on The Young and the Restless:
"What's the good news?" Neil asks Lily and Cane.
"This case will be solved and Carmine Basco's killer will be found," Paul tells Lauren and Michael.
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