All My Children Best Lines Thursday 9/1/11
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Angie: I told you I wanted to be alone with her.
Jesse: You did, but you know I couldn't leave you here.
Angie: And I can't leave her.
Jesse: Let me take you home.
Angie: Jesse, I saw her. I saw Ellie. I saw our little girl. I saw her, and I thought to myself, "thank God it was all just a nightmare. Ellie, you're alive." Oh, and just -- she was just sleeping, sleeping in my arms, Jesse. The most peaceful, contented sleep you can imagine: Little soft breaths, her mouth curled like an "O," and her eyes fluttering. She was dreaming, and somehow I just knew that she was dreaming about me.
Jesse: That's pretty amazing.
Angie: Ellie was so happy. And she and I, we were connected. We were as connected as we were when I carried her inside me. Oh, Jesse, why? Why? Why?
Jesse: God, I wish I had those answers.
Angie: [Cries] You watch over her. I don't understand why you took her so soon. Maybe you just needed another angel to watch over us. But please, God, I need you to tell Ellie that her mother will always remember her. And that when I get my sight back, I will see her beauty in every child, and try very hard not to cry over another mother's good fortune, but celebrate their children the way I would her if she were still here. I don't know when my time will be up, but I will try my best to be my best so that in heaven I can hold my baby for the first time.
David: This is just a small token of my gratitude for everything you've done for our hospital in the past, and for what you did for Cara Castillo in the present. I appreciate you helping her out with her immigration issues.
Agnes: Dr. Castillo saved my life. The least I could do was try to make hers a tiny bit easier.
David: I'll check in with you later, all right?
Agnes: Oh, and, David?
Agnes: Have you thought anything about what your father said?
David: Uh, yeah. Agnes, my father -- he passed a long time ago.
Agnes: He did.
David: But he came to you in a tunnel of light to give me a message to make the right choice?
Agnes: That's right.
David: I believe I've done that.
Agnes: Tell me.
David: I don't know if you've heard, but I've recently made a major medical breakthrough, something that will change the way that we look at life and death. Now, did my father mention anything about my work?
Agnes: As a matter of fact, he did.
Agnes: Yeah. He said, "Leave God's work to God."
Erica: David, I just want you to know that I am completely and utterly happy with Jack.
David: Are you telling this to me or are you telling it to yourself?
Erica: What I'm telling you is that I don't care if you are keeping all my long-lost loves alive.
David: I'm happy for you, Erica, that you finally made peace with your decision to settle for what passes as bliss in this town you call home. Now, if you'll excuse me, I'm off to change the world.
Erica: Hello, Agnes.
Erica: It's been way too long.
Agnes: Oh, indeed it has.
Erica: I understand you had a close call with some bad berries.
Agnes: Bad berries, but I had a wonderful near-death experience.
Erica: Oh, my. But you're on the mend, and I'm sure you'll be back out there in no time. I'm gonna let you rest.
Agnes: Erica, first, I want to tell you I saw Mona over there.
Erica: My mother?
Agnes: And she gave me a message for you.
Erica: Agnes, I know that you and my mother were very close, but my mother's been gone for years.
Agnes: None of us is really gone, Erica.
Erica: A message? What was it?
Agnes: Be satisfied with your life in Pine Valley.
Erica: I am. Everything I want is right here -- Jack, my girls. I'm not looking for anything else.
Agnes: Your mother thinks you're fascinated by the far-off hills, no matter what anyone says.
Erica: My mother is still trying to look out for me from beyond the grave.
Agnes: That's part of being a mother.
Erica: Agnes, if you have another contact with my mother, would you give her a message for me?
Agnes: I will.
Erica: Will you tell her not to worry? I'll be just fine.
Agnes: All right. Thanks.
Erica: Thank you. Bye.
Agnes: Just as you predicted, Mona.
Dixie: Look at this -- all these happy moments between father and son. Do you think when A.J. is older, and he looks at this book, he's gonna remember the good times or just your anger?
J.R.: I can't lose him.
Dixie: Baby, you already have.
Tad: He's afraid of you.
J.R.: I know! Don't you know how much it kills me?
Tad: I hope so, because I was afraid of my father, Ray Gardner, with good reason. He dropped me in a state park with a broken arm when I was 10 years old. You know what really scared the hell out of me, is that someday he'd come back for me. I mean it. Even years after the Martins had adopted me, I carried that fear around. If A.J. has to spend any time with you right now, all he's gonna sense is your anger, and he's gonna somehow think it's his fault. When he cries himself to sleep at night, he's gonna think that no matter what he does, he wasn't enough to make you happy.
J.R.: I miss him so much.
Dixie: J.R., there are still empty pages in this book. You can fill it up with more happy memories.
Dixie: Stop attacking A.J.'s mom. Pull your life together. Let us help you. We're here for you.
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