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Tad: Wait. Where are we?
Man: Watch your head, Mr. Martin.
Tad: Who the hell are you people? Who do you --
Man: You'll find out. Have a seat!
Tad: I heard engines. Where are we? Some kind of airport?
Man: Way to go, Sherlock.
Tad: Listen, you just make sure that who's ever paying you knows he's not going to get away with this.
Man: Ooh, that'll shake him up.
Second man: Panic makes him stupid.
Tad: No, I mean it. I'm under federal protection.
Man: Ooh, I'm scared. You scared?
Second man: Spitless.
Tad: Yeah, well, maybe you should be because kidnapping is a federal crime, and if anything happens to me -- anything at all -- you two could get the needle.
Man: Nah. I've already had my shots. Why don't you just sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride.
Second man: So long, Pal. Hope you're not afraid of heights.
Tad: What are you talking about? You're just going to leave me here?
Man: You won't be lonely for long.
Second man: And you don't want an audience for what's coming up next, I promise you.
Tad: Hey! Hey! How about some peanuts? Damn it. So much for federal protection. Come on, Stamp. Where the hell are you when I need you?
Chris: So, you're probably wondering about the gun.
Erica: Yeah. And the lies.
Chris: Well, there's a simple explanation.
Erica: Any time you're ready.
Chris: I carry it for your protection.
Erica: My protection? Am I in danger?
Chris: You're a celebrity. That makes you a target. And you hired me as your bodyguard.
Erica: I hired you as my driver and an assistant, when needed.
Chris: Yeah, well, driver, bodyguard, it's all the same. It goes with the territory.
Erica: What territory?
Chris: Well, it's a wacky world out there, ms. Kane. It's full of rabid fans.
Erica: My fans are not rabid. My fans are enthusiastic, and I think they're totally harmless.
Chris: Oh, sure, until one of them gets too close, and then you're going to need me to protect your -- you.
Erica: I never intended for you to carry a gun.
Chris: Look, it's just -- you know, it's one of those necessary evils, like infomercials.
Chris: Thank you.
Erica: There is much more to this. You have already admitted that you lied to me.
Chris: Well, let's just say that I've been less than honest, ok?
Erica: About who you really are and about what you want from me.
Chris: Who are you calling?
Erica: I'm calling the police. I'm having you arrested for carrying a concealed weapon, and you are fired.
Chris: You don't want to do that. Ok. Take it easy. I didn't tell you the truth because I didn't think you could handle it. I'm in love with you.
Greenlee: Erica! Erica, we need to get a few things straight. Who did what to whom? And don't skimp on the details.
Brooke: Oh, we're here.
Laura: Oh. Home, finally.
Leo: Laura, you got to be exhausted.
Brooke: You want to lie down, take a little rest?
Laura: No, Mom, I'm ok.
Brooke: Ok. Laura: I'm really sorry I scared you guys earlier.
Leo: Listen, Laura, that was a close call in the park. We have to be careful. It's my job to remind you to take your meds, but I just --
Leo: I don't know, I got so involved at work. I'm sorry.
Laura: Come on, Leo, it's not your job. And besides, I mean, you can't be here all the time.
Leo: Well, I know that, but --
Laura: I'd feel better if you're here, but listen, I can put, you know, stickies up around the house. And if I forget, you can call me from work and remind me.
Leo: What if I forget?
Brooke: Well, what about this, Leo? I mean, about working from home? You know, just for a while.
Leo: Work here?
Brooke: Yeah. I mean, you know, we could get you set up on a computer and modem, and, you know, you'd be instantly connected to the office.
Laura: Leo, that's great. You could be here all day, every day. I feel so much better already.
Hayley: The baby's heartbeat looks fine, doesn't it?
Mateo: Does to me.
Hayley: But Dr. Clader said there was a problem.
Mateo: Honey, he didn't say there was a problem.
Hayley: But something's not right with the heartbeat, Mateo. That's wt he said. I'm scared.
Mateo: Don't be scared. I promise everything's going to be all right with the baby, ok? Everything's fine.
Dr. Clader: How you feeling, Hayley?
Hayley: Scared. What's happening? Is the baby in trouble?
Mateo: Yeah, Doc, you said something about the heartbeat.
Dr. Clader: Let me show you. Now, this line is the baby's heartbeat.
Dr. Clader: Ok? Now, every time Hayley has a contraction, all right, the heartbeat slows down. It's called variable deceleration.
Hayley: But that's not good. I mean, the slowing down is not good.
Dr. Clader: Oh, no, no. It's nothing to be concerned about now. I want to try something. Mateo, would you help Hayley turn over on her side? That way you'll relieve the pressure on the umbilical cord. You know, that may be the problem.
Mateo: Ok, one, two --
Hayley: Be like moving Shamu.
Mateo: Come on. One, two, three -- there you go. On your side.
Hayley: Oh, wait. Here comes another one.
Nurse: Here you go, Hayley.
Mateo: Why are you giving her oxygen?
Nurse: It'll make your wife and the baby feel better.
Mateo: Ok. Breathe. There you go. All right. All right, halfway there. Come on.
Adam: How's my daughter?
Isabella: Is the baby all right?
Nurse: Dr. Clader will talk to you as soon as the situation has stabilized. Excuse me.
Adam: Stabilized? What the hell does that mean? Are Hayley and the baby in trouble?
[Hayley breathes heavily]
Mateo: How you doing? How you doing? All right, good, good.
Dr. Clader: Contraction is cresting.
Mateo: Good, good. All right, come on. Breathe it out, breathe it out. Focus, focus. There you go. There you go. Breathe. Good job. Nice.
Hayley: That wasn't a wave. That was a tsunami.
Mateo: You did great, Baby. You did great.
Hayley: Is this helping? Is this position helping the baby?
Dr. Clader: Well, the back end of the heartbeat still isn't where I want it to be.
Hayley: Well, then, we have to do something. What else can we do?
Mateo: Yeah, I mean, is she in danger?
Dr. Clader: She's doing just fine.
Hayley: Yeah, but the baby's not, so we have to do something else.
Dr. Clader: Hayley, the best thing you can do is just to breathe deeply and relax, all right?
Mateo: Relax. Ok, is there anything else we can do? Another position?
Dr. Clader: I'll have the nurse attach a fetal scalp monitor to the baby's head.
Mateo: What? What?
Hayley: Is that going to --
Dr. Clader: It's not going to hurt at all. Not going to hurt at all, but it may give us a more accurate reading of the baby's heartbeat, ok?
Mateo: You ok? Should we do it? Ok. All right, Doc, let's do it.
Mateo: Ok, Baby, come on.
Hayley: Here comes another one.
Mateo: Another one? Ok, I'm right here. I'm right here. Hold my hand, hold my hand. There you go. Focus. We're going to do this together, ok? Come on, Baby, breathe.
Laura: Leo, think about it. We could have lunch together every day.
Leo: That would be great.
Laura: But you couldn't be Brooke's right hand.
Leo: Well, I could be your right hand.
Laura: Leo, I can do things for myself.
Brooke: Laura, you know, you really are still recuperating. It's ok to ask for some help once in a while.
Laura: But I should be able to do things for Leo -- I mean, things that a new wife does, like burn dinners and stuff.
Leo: Laura, we have a whole lifetime of charred dinners ahead of us. Taking care of you is part of the marriage deal. If you want me here, this is where I want to be, ok?
Leo: All right.
Brooke: Ok. Well, I'm glad that's settled. I have to run. I have to get to the office.
Laura: Ok, Mom, you can go. I think Leo's going to take good care of me.
Brooke: I'm sure he will.
Leo: All right, I'll walk you out. Don't forget to take your meds, all right?
Laura: Ok. Thanks for reminding me. Bye.
Brooke: Oh, I love you, Honey. Lie down, take a nap.
Brooke: Your mother speaking. Leo, you are everything Laura needed today. Thank you.
Leo: Brooke, please, don't.
Brooke: All right, I won't embarrass you. I just want to tell you I'm going to speak to Erica and tell her not to transfer Greenlee abroad because I really trust you, Leo.
Leo: Well, you should trust me, Brooke. Greenlee's not a threat to Laura or my marriage.
David: Hey, guys.
David: I was in the neighborhood, thought I'd stop by and see how Laura was doing.
Brooke: Oh, David. Actually, she's just -- she's fine. I'm sorry, I have to run.
David: All right. Listen, before you go, I want to thank you for standing up for me today at the hospital.
Brooke: I just did what I thought was the right thing. You did save my daughter's life. Leo, I'll talk to you about work later.
Leo: Take care.
Brooke: All right.
David: So, Laura's doing all right?
Leo: Yeah. Listen, David, I want to ask you a medical question.
Leo: Is Laura ever going to be 100% totally recovered, or is she always going to need, you know, close monitoring?
David: Well, that's hard to say, Leo. Laura's young. She's strong. Why do you ask? Is there a problem?
Erica: Go away, Greenlee. I'm busy.
Greenlee: This won't take long.
Erica: If it's about my decision to send you to Paris, that stands.
Greenlee: You're the executive in charge of Ms. Kane's transportation?
Chris: Yes, I do drive for Ms. Kane.
Greenlee: Yeah, take her car down to the speedy car wash for detailing.
Erica: Greenlee, if you're not gone by the time I count to one, I will send you to the far side of the moon.
Greenlee: But I really need to talk to you.
Greenlee: Hope your gearshift doesn't get stuck in third.
Greenlee: Color me gone.
Erica: Now, about your revelation -- you're in love with me?
Chris: Sounds crazy, I know.
Erica: And that's what you were lying about?
Chris: "Lie," "cover" -- you can call it what you may, Erica. But had you known the truth, you never would have hired me.
Erica: So, how long have you had this case for me?
Chris: Long time.
Erica: How long?
Chris: Well, one day I'm at home watching the tube and this commercial comes on, which is usually my cue to go get a beer, and -- but this time, a face filled the screen. It was your face. And I was hooked. That was a couple of years ago.
Erica: A couple of years?
Chris: Yeah, it's a hell of a long time for me to hooked on one woman.
Erica: So it was no accident that you came to work here?
Chris: It was part of the plan.
Erica: So you have been stalking me! I knew it!
Chris: No, no, no, no. No. Never. Just wanted to meet you, and I wanted you to meet me.
Erica: So you pretended to be a janitor.
Chris: What pretend? Erica, I am a janitor. I'm just an average working-class Joe that got this crazy thought in his mind that maybe if --
Erica: "If" what?
Chris: If -- if you got to know me that maybe it wouldn't matter that I'm not the classiest guy on the block, and then maybe you would get past my blue collar and my rough hands and you'd give me a chance. So, what do you say? Do you think that you could go for a guy like me?
Tad: Oh, damn it!
Tad: Who is that? Is someone there? Help! Is someone there?
Dixie: Oh, my God, Tad!
Tad: Dixie? Sweetheart, thank God. Come here.
Dixie: What did they do to you?
Tad: Get this thing off me. Get it off.
Dixie: Honey, I'm so sorry. Chris never said anything about blindfolds or tying you up.
Tad: What do you mean, Chris never said anything? What are you saying? He was part of this?
Dixie: Well, it was supposed to be a surprise.
Tad: Let me just test my understanding here. Ok, I was snatched by two thugs out of a hotel room, handcuffed, blindfolded, shoved in the trunk of a car, and then tied to a leather seat and it was your idea?
Dixie: Well, I just didn't want you to do anything stupid.
Tad: You mean stupid as opposed to this?
Dixie: Honey, I asked Chris if it was ok if I take you away. He didn't say anything about trussing you up like a Thanksgiving turkey.
Tad: Of course he didn't, Dixie. He's getting even with me for going AWOL.
Dixie: Careful, careful, for crying out loud.
Tad: Oh --
Dixie: Oh, you ok? Wait. Oh, come on --
Tad: It hurts, ok?
Dixie: Careful. Ok, sit up. There you go, there you go.
Tad: Untie my feet.
Dixie: Yes, I'm going to untie your feet. Now, listen to me -- Chris just doesn't want you to get yourself killed, and frankly, neither do I.
Tad: If agent Stamp is so concerned, he should be out there right now doing his job, which involves catching the real killer.
Dixie: Well, he is trying to do his job. It's a sensitive operation.
Tad: How many times have I heard that? Look, while he's out there playing junior G-man somewhere, I'm missing some quality time with my family.
Dixie: Oh, Baby, I miss you, too. You know that.
Tad: Well, then, you got to understand I am sick and tired of hiding and waiting.
Dixie: I know. But think of it this way -- now we can hide out together, like a second honeymoon.
Tad: Dixie, we've had a second honeymoon. We've had a third honeymoon.
Dixie: Well, you know what they say -- "practice makes perfect."
Tad: Oh, you are out of -- no. No, that -- come on. No, seriously, come on. Come on, uncuff me, wench.
Dixie: I don't know. I think I like you better this way -- completely at my mercy.
Tad: Hmm. Oh. This is just wrong. This is just --
Erica: Mr. Stamp, I make it a policy never to date Enchantment employees.
Chris: That's not what I asked you.
Erica: No, I know that. But the question was just completely inappropriate and it was rude.
Chris: So I'm fired.
Erica: No. No, not necessarily.
Chris: I rose above my station, and I admitted I have feelings for you.
Erica: Mr. Stamp, of course you do. I'm Erica Kane, and you're a man.
Chris: You're making fun of me.
Erica: No, I'm not. I'm flattered.
Chris: So you don't think I'm a nut job?
Erica: Because you admire me?
Chris: Boss lady, what I feel for you is way beyond admiration.
Erica: Mr. Stamp, if we're going to make this relationship work, then we must keep it strictly business.
Chris: So I guess there's no hope that one day, someday, you and I --
Erica: Subject closed.
Chris: You have my word. I won't bring it up again. Strictly business.
Erica: Oh, Mr. Stamp?
Erica: Lose the gun.
Chris: It's for your protection.
Erica: The federal statistics would prove you wrong.
Chris: Well, I guess the Feds know best. I'll lose the gun.
Brooke: Hi. Who's that?
Erica: No one. No one important.
Brooke: Erica, do you have a minute?
Erica: Is this to follow up on the discussion we had last week?
Brooke: Yes, as a matter of fact, it is.
Erica: Ok, look, Greenlee Smythe is as good as gone. In a matter of a few days, she will be nothing but an unpleasant memory.
Brooke: Well, you're not going to like this, but I've had a change of heart. I don't want you to send Greenlee away from Pine Valley.
Leo: No, there's no problem. My only concern is Laura, that's all. What?
David: I'm just proud of you, kid.
Leo: Oh, David, please. Stop it.
David: No, no, no, I'm serious. You know, I thought Vanessa had damaged you for good, but you proved me wrong.
Leo: You're making it sound like it's some major deal.
David: Of course it is. I mean, especially with anyone with even a drop of our mother's vampire blood in their system. You saved Laura's life.
Leo: No, no, no. You saved Laura's life. I had nothing --
David: No, I provided the expertise. You gave her a future to fight for, Leo. Laura's alive because of you today.
Leo: Ok, well, if that's true, if I did keep Laura alive, does that make me responsible? I mean, for whatever reason, if I disappeared, that'd be bad for Laura, right?
David: You mean if you were beamed up by aliens?
Leo: No, just if I wasn't around.
David: Ok. Worst-case scenario -- you walk out your front door, you get hit by a Mack truck.
Leo: What would happen to Laura?
David: I think she would be devastated, Leo. Naturally. But I think the chance of her dying of a broken heart is slim to none.
Leo: Ok, well, now you're making fun of me.
David: No, I'm not, I'm not. Look, I already told you -- I think that what you've done for Laura is really special. Speaking of the patient, I should go check on her. We don't want her to feel neglected, you know.
[Knock on door]
Laura: Hey, there. Good to see you.
Marian: Adam, I couldn't wait to find out. Stuart's parking the car. Did Hayley have the baby yet?
Isabella: No, no. Something's wrong.
Adam: We don't know anything of the kind.
Isabella: There's a problem with the baby's heartbeat.
Marian: Oh, no.
Edmund: Dr. Clader is keeping us informed.
Adam: To hell with Dr. Clader. I want some answers.
Edmund: Adam, you can't go in there.
Adam: Try and stop me.
Mateo: Three, four, five --
Adam: Oh, my God, Hayley.
Mateo: Stay with me.
Adam: Doc, what's happening?
Dr. Clader: Not now, not now, Mr. Chandler.
Adam: I demand to know what's going on here!
Dr. Clader: Stay outside, and I'll give you a full report, please.
Mateo: Easy, easy, easy. You're almost through it, you're almost through it. Breathe. Breathe. There you go. Good, good, good.
Marian: Dr. Clader, is Hayley all right?
Dr. Clader: She's holding her own.
Isabella: And the baby?
Dr. Clader: The baby's heartbeat is being affected, I believe, by pressure on the umbilical cord, and this can compromise the infant's oxygen supply. Now, we've tried to reposition the baby in utero, without success.
Edmund: What are your options, Doctor?
Dr. Clader: Only one -- emergency C-section. Hayley and Mateo have given their consent.
Adam: Is Hayley's life in danger?
Dr. Clader: There's always a risk where surgery's indicated, Mr. Chandler, but you shouldn't worry.
Adam: What about the baby?
Dr. Clader: We're going to move this along.
Mateo: All right, all right.
Nurse: Doctor, the patient's dilated to 10, and the baby is fully engaged in the birth canal.
Hayley: Dr. Clader?
Mateo: What does that -- what do you mean, 10?
Dr. Clader: Well, it means that it's too late for the C-section. The baby's on the way.
Mateo: Ok. All right. Take it easy.
Mateo: Five --
Dr. Clader: That's it, Hayley.
Mateo: Six, seven, eight -- there you go. There you go.
Hayley: I can't do this anymore.
Mateo: Yes, you can. Yes, you can. You can do this. You're doing it. You're doing great. All right, take a deep breath, take a deep breath. Breathe in, breathe in. All right? And here we go. Ready? Take a deep breath. There you go. Come on, come on.
Joe: I'm told Hayley is in labor. How's she doing?
Edmund: She's doing ok, but the baby -- there's a problem with the heartbeat, so they decided to do a C-section.
Isabella: Yes, but Dr. Clader told us not to worry. But this just doesn't sound right.
Joe: Well, the baby's in distress, it's best to move quickly. Anyway, try not to worry, Isabella. Mother and baby are in good hands.
Nurse: Dr. Martin? I thought you'd like to know that Marcus Dunn has become responsive.
Joe: He's coming out of the coma?
Nurse: He regained consciousness briefly but is responding to stimuli.
Joe: Well, Mr. Dunn is a very lucky young man.
Isabella: Rosa? Are you all right?
Rosa: Yeah, I'm fine.
Isabella: I don't think so. That horrible boy -- he tried to hurt you. He tried to --
Rosa: No, Mama, please don't. I -- I don't want to talk about it. Not ever, ok?
Isabella: I understand. Rosa, Sweetheart -- it's not your fault. It's not.
Adam: Where's Liza?
Marian: I don't know.
Adam: I tried to call her on my cell phone.
Marian: I just told you, Adam, I don't know where she is.
Adam: I don't believe you. Marian: Well, what you believe is irrelevant, isn't it, after what you did to your wife.
Adam: Never mind what my wife did to me.
Marian: Well, she was giving you a dose of your own medicine, and I hope you choke on it. You'll be lucky if you ever see Liza or Colby again.
Adam: Oh, nurse, my daughter, Hayley Santos -- how is she?
Nurse: She's in the second stage of labor.
Adam: What is --
Nurse: She's pushing the baby out.
Adam: Wait a minute, I thought she was having a C-section.
Nurse: The baby didn't want to wait.
Dr. Clader: Hayley, I want you to give it all you've got. Bear down and push. We've got to get this baby out now.
Mateo: Ok. All right. One more time, let's go. There you go, there you go. Four, five, six, seven --
David: Looks like your heart is making all the right noises. You feeling all right?
Laura: Yeah, just stupid for messing up my schedule.
David: Yeah, it's going to take some getting used to. Just remember your breakfast combo, the yellow pills with lunch, and then the same before bed.
Laura: Yeah, and all the pills in between.
David: You got it.
Laura: It was really freaky at the park. I couldn't even catch my breath.
David: Yeah, it must have been scary.
Laura: And that was just from missing one dose. I thought I was going to die. Could that happen?
David: The pills are there to prevent your body from rejecting the new heart. Now, if you miss one dose, it's not going to be life-threatening, but I wouldn't recommend it.
Laura: What if I missed two doses? Could that kill me?
David: It's best not to take the chance. So just stay on top of your med schedule and everything will be fine. Ok?
Leo: How's me wife?
David: I was just cautioning Laura about --
Laura: He was just telling me that I can't be running any marathons, but I can start walking on the treadmill. Isn't that great?
Erica: Now you want Greenlee Smythe to stay in Pine Valley. What changed your mind?
Brooke: Leo. He really convinced me that he's truly committed to Laura.
Brooke: I think that my fears for Laura just got the best of me.
Erica: Well, no, you said that you were acting to protect your daughter.
Brooke: Well, she doesn't need my protection. She needs Leo's, and she has that. You know, I was wrong to mistrust him.
Erica: Brooke, listen, I am thrilled to hear that Leo and Laura's marriage is thriving, that it's strong. But that doesn't solve all my problems. I mean, I've already told Greenlee that if she wants to advance her career here at Enchantment, she's going to have to do it in the Paris office.
Brooke: Well, Greenlee doesn't want to go to Paris.
Erica: I know that. How do you know that? Who told you that? Ok, I see. So if Leo doesn't care about Greenlee, then why can't he just let r go?
Chris: Oh, Grandma, what big ears we have.
Greenlee: Go away! Don't you have a windshield to wipe or something?
Chris: I'm Erica's man Friday.
Greenlee: Well, take it someplace else. This doesn't concern you.
Chris: That also means that I'm in charge of her security, Ms. Smythe. Now, I can drag you into that office and you will admit to snooping on her, or you can leave quietly. Go on. Go.
Brooke: It's not a question of Leo being able to let Greenlee go. He just doesn't think it's fair for Greenlee to be exiled because I overreacted, and I agreed.
Erica: And I think you're making a huge mistake.
Brooke: Well, it certainly wouldn't be the first one I've ever made and not the first one that you've ever called me on.
Erica: Well, for once, I really hope that you're mistaken. Because as I told you, I think the one thing that we do have in common is that we would do anything to protect our daughters.
Brooke: Leo and Laura are solid, and there is no chance that Bianca's feelings for Laura will ever be returned. So will you do this for me?
Erica: All right, all right. I'll tell Greenlee to unpack her bags. I'll tell her that the transfer to Paris is off.
Erica: Oh, you owe me, Brooke. You owe me big time. And you know me -- I will collect.
Hayley: I can't do this anymore.
Dr. Clader: Hayley, Hayley, you're almost there. I can see the baby's head.
Mateo: Come on, Baby, just a few more minutes and we'll be holding our baby. Come on. You can do it.
Hayley: I'm so tired.
Mateo: I know, I know. I know you're tired. You're strong, though. Be strong. You're the greatest woman I know. Just come on, one more push. We can do it. We can do it together. We can do anything together. You believe that, right? Yeah? All right, come on. Let's bring this baby home. Come on. Come on. There you go. There you go. There you go.
Dixie: I think I just broke my back.
Tad: I think you just broke the sound barrier. Hey, Baby, I just realized something -- I joined the mile-high club, and I never left the ground. Do me a favor.
Tad: Let's lose the bracelets. They're starting to hurt.
Dixie: [Russian accent] No, I think I like having you as my dirty little love slave.
Tad: Would you knock it off? You know something? Maybe I ought to let you try these things.
Dixie: Tie me up and have your way with me?
Tad: I will have you any way I can get you.
Tad: Come on, seriously, give me a break.
Dixie: [Normal voice] All right, all right. I happen to have the key right here.
Tad: So, what's what, my little dominatrix? Huh? Where is our destination?
Dixie: [Russian accent] That is classified information, and I shall never tell.
Tad: Yeah, well, I wish somebody would say something. If they did, maybe I'd get my life back.
Dixie: [Normal voice] Oh, don't worry. It's going to happen soon.
Tad: Yeah, but when? I'm starting to feel like Harrison Ford in "The Fugitive." It's not bad enough the cops are after me, one of them wants -- would you knock it off.
Tad: One of them wants me dead. We still got to remember, you know, that Sweeney's psycho pop cop is still out there someplace.
Dixie: Well, think of it this way -- in this episode of "The Fugitive," no one is chasing after you except your hard-up, heterosexual wife.
Tad: Handcuffed, hard-up -- so I guess I get lucky.
Dixie: Baby, you just won the lottery.
Tad: Yeah, I guess so. Come here. Now you get to find out -- [Dixie laughs]
Greenlee: Erica. You wanted to see me?
Erica: Yes, Greenlee, I do. Please, come in.
Greenlee, I have some news that I think will please you.
Erica: Yes. I have reconsidered my decision to transfer you to Paris.
Erica: Yes. The Paris office is completely staffed. I -- there was going to be an opening, however --
Greenlee: C'est la vie?
Greenlee: You know how I was looking forward to the transfer. Paris, la vie boheme.
Erica: Oh, if you want to travel, I can certainly transfer you to the Tokyo office.
Greenlee: Oh, no, I don't do sushi. Besides, I have so much to learn from you, Erica. I mean, working with you is so --
Erica: You don't work with me, Greenlee. You work for me.
Greenlee: What's the difference?
Erica: There's a big difference. Why don't you just thank me and go.
Greenlee: Thank you.
Greenlee: Bonjour, Cheri.
Greenlee: Merci. Mille fois merci.
Leo: What are you thanking me for?
Greenlee: Saving my American hide. I'm safe, thanks to you. The overseas deal got killed.
Leo: You're not going to Paris?
Greenlee: C'est vrai, mon ami. There's talk about a Tokyo connection, but that fell through. Looks like pine valley will continue to be my center of operations. Got to go. Bye.
Laura: Who was on the phone?
Laura: Oh. I hate those people.
Laura: Leo, I think I'm going to lay down here. Would you mind getting my pillow from the bedroom?
Leo: Ok, yeah.
Leo: Here you go, Milady.
Laura: I'm feeling a little fuzzy, fluttery.
Leo: Do you want me to call David, have him come back here and check you out again?
Laura: No, no. He said that I'd get thirsty and tired. It's one of the side effects from missing my meds earlier.
Leo: Ok --
Laura: As long as I take the pills, I'll be ok.
Leo: All right. I'm going to get you another pillow.
Laura: As long as you stay away from Greenlee, I won't have to get sick again.
Marian: Adam, stop pacing around like that. You're making me nervous.
Adam: What's keeping them so long? We should have heard something by now.
Marian: Liza took forever to be born, and when she appeared, she seemed to be angry. We'd taken her out of her slumber. She still hates to be woken up.
Adam: I want to be with her.
Marian: Liza or Hayley?
Adam: Liza doesn't need me, obviously. And my little girl does.
Marian: Hayley has her husband with her, Adam.
Adam: I know. I -- I couldn't be with Hayley when she was born. All I can do is imagine what those first few hours were like. I envy Mateo. He's a lucky man.
Hayley: Is the baby ok?
Mateo: Hi. He's perfect.
Hayley: "He"? "He"? We -- we have a boy?
Mateo: We have a son. We have a son. Here you go. Here's Mommy. Here's Mommy.
Hayley: Hey. It's Mommy. It's Mommy. Oh, you're hungry.
Mateo: He's hungry.
Mateo: I love you.
Hayley: I love you, too.
Mateo: You're beautiful.
Hayley: Oh, yes. A beautiful boy.
Mateo: It's ok.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Hayley: Dad, I'm scared.
Anna: "Dear Robin, let me tell you about the woman I love -- your mother, Anna."
Dixie: Stop it!