All My Children Transcript Monday 10/29/01
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Leo: I don't want to bring charges against Greenlee Smythe.
Laura: Leo --
Jake: You have been set up. She's been stealing meds to make her seem sick.
Anna: Just because you don't want me to follow you doesn't mean that I won't.
Mateo: Someone left a package at my door last night. As if I'd let my wife or kid anywhere near something --
Mateo: Hey, honey, come on. Come on. God. No. Come on. Please, God. No. Come on, wake up!
Anna: Hey. Look at that. We meet again.
David: And again and again. You really are good at hide-and-seek.
Anna: Oh, well, you've been very cooperative, leaving my tracking device in your medical bag.
David: Well, like I said, I like being pursued.
Anna: Not all the time, apparently.
David: And why would you say that?
Anna: Well, it's not very helpful when you leave said medical bag in your office and you go off and you do God knows whatever wherever.
David: What do you think I'm doing? I'm feeding my body after you fed my soul.
Anna: That's very romantic.
David: Passion makes me ravenous.
Anna: Me, too.
David: Oh, yes, I know. I saw my room service bill.
David: Something tells me I'm going to be feeding you again.
Anna: How about a few answers first. You haven't had very much of this yet, so you haven't been here that long, which means that you have been someplace else doing something that you don't want me to know about.
David: You waiting for a denial? You're absolutely right. I'm busted.
Jake: Laura, I mean it. You sit down and shut up or I'm going to tell Leo about the games you've been playing with your meds.
Judge: If no one else has anything to add, then I'm ready to make a decision. Ms. Smythe?
Greenlee: Your Honor?
Judge: Harassment is a serious charge.
Greenlee: I understand, and I swear --
Judge: But I find the evidence insufficient to lodge formal charges against you.
Greenlee: Then I'm free to go?
Judge: Under one condition -- that you voluntarily stay away from Mr. And Mrs. Du Pres.
Greenlee: I promise that won't be a problem.
Judge: It has been, though, or you wouldn't be in my courtroom. But Mr. Du Pres, to his credit, has suggested that the parties involved work this out on their own, and, to me, that's far better than dragging the law into what is an emotional matter.
Greenlee: Your Honor, we'll settle everything.
Judge: Just honor the terms of this agreement. Because if you're ever in violation, I won't hesitate to issue a warrant for your arrest. This hearing's adjourned.
Greenlee: Thank you, Jake.
Jake: Come on, let's go.
Leo: Greenlee, wait.
Mateo: Hayley? Hayley?
Hayley: What? What?
Mateo: Oh. Thank God.
Hayley: I was sleeping.
Mateo: You're -- you're awake. You're awake.
Hayley: I'm awake now.
Mateo: Yeah. That's great.
Hayley: I was sleeping. What are you doing?
Mateo: So good. Thank you.
Hayley: I'm really tired, you know? I was trying to sleep. Why did you wake me?
Mateo: Because I'm an idiot.
Hayley: I know that.
Mateo: I'm just so glad you're awake. You look so good. Thank you. Thank you, God.
Hayley: You know -- I don't know what's the matter with you. I've been -- I've been up day and night with the baby -
Mateo: It's just that you didn't --
Hayley: And I close my eyes -- I'm exhausted --
Mateo: You didn't -- you -- you look like --
Hayley: Like what?
Roger: Like you, I didn't want to have anything to do with drugs. And I lasted about three months. And then I decided to bail. I decided to talk. I was going to give names and places, the whole -- the entire operation.
Mateo: But you didn't.
Roger: No. No, because on my way, I got a phone call. On my way to the police, a phone call from an electronically controlled voice. "Mr. Smythe, since you decided to break our hearts, we're going to do you one better."
Roger: I wasn't sure. I raced back to my apartment, and I found her in the bedroom. She was so peaceful. It looked like she was sleeping. So content. The coroner said it was a heart attack. I'd been gone for 15 minutes, Mateo. 15 minutes.
Hayley: Like what? Mateo, you're scaring me. What is going on with you?
David: You're the ultra top-secret has-been. You tell me.
Anna: Oh, "has-been" oh, that's cold.
David: But you are making a comeback, right?
David: And for that reason, I'm willing to tell you whatever you want to know.
Anna: Go on, then.
David: Actually, I'm a covert drug lord, one of the biggest. And I like to do a street deal every once in a while, you know, just to keep my --
Anna: Selling drugs is funny to you?
David: Oh, not at all. I just made a cool million.
Anna: On the streets --
Anna: In the last few hours?
David: I was moving some primo merchandise.
Anna: You know what? Shut up.
David: Isn't that what you think I am, some master criminal?
Anna: Blah, blah, blah --
David: Isn't that why you're searching my room, keeping tabs on me, envisioning me in my underwear?
Anna: A cool million in two hours? Well, dinner's definitely on you, then.
Leo: I just want to say I'm sorry that things got way out of hand. But I'm glad they didn't charge you. Maybe now we can say this is it, you know? We can move on.
Jake: Let's --
Laura: Hey, let go of me.
Jake: Leave it alone. Everything's fine.
Laura: What, like I can trust Greenlee?
Jake: She'll hold up her end of the bargain, but you got to keep yours.
Laura: No, you can't promise me she'll do that.
Jake: I'll tell Leo what I saw.
Laura: What you think you saw.
Jake: No, I saw you put your pills in Greenlee's purse so you could accuse her of stealing them. Now, don't look at me like you're going to take my head off because your husband's coming over.
Leo: You okay?
Laura: Yeah, I'm just (something missed here)
Leo: Okay, well, then, let's go home.
Jake: That's a good idea. Good idea. I know this whole thing with Greenlee must've been stressful. But it's over. So just go home, rest up, relax, and get ready for the big day.
Leo: Thanks, Jake.
Greenlee: What the hell's going on? Why did you make me lie?
Jake: Greenlee --
Greenlee: I just made a deal in front of a judge not to bother Mrs. Du Pres and her husband again. What does "again" mean? I never did anything wrong in the first place.
Jake: I know that.
Greenlee: You know, I would feel a whole lot better if I told them all just to go to hell.
Jake: Thank you for trusting me.
Greenlee: Could you tell me why I'm not even defending myself here?
Jake: Because everybody's standing here right now, I'll tell you later. Come on.
Brooke: Laura, I know -- I know you were hoping that the judge would take a harder line.
Laura: Weren't you? I mean, after everything Greenlee has done to me and to my husband?
Leo: Look; I want her out of our lives just as much as you do.
Laura: And she could've been, but you decided not to press charges.
Leo: Laura, she's not a criminal.
Laura: But she broke into our house. She's a stalker.
Leo: Yeah, she acted out. Okay, fine. That doesn't mean she deserves to be in jail. Come on.
Laura: Are you kidding? Jail is exactly where that bitch belongs.
Greenlee: What are we doing here, Jake? The beach is cold.
Jake: It is cold, but it's also private.
Greenlee: I'm going back to the car.
Jake: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. We need to talk.
Greenlee: You didn't talk in the car.
Jake: Well, that's because I didn't want to get you all upset and possibly cause me to have an accident.
Greenlee: But now I can let her rip?
Greenlee: Okay. What's going on, Jake?
Jake: It's what you said in court. I think you're right about Laura.
Greenlee: You mean, like, stop the presses, she's a nut job?
Jake: Well, more specifically -- remember how you thought that maybe she was playing around with her meds?
Greenlee: Yeah, and people said that I made that up.
Jake: I don't think you are. I talked to Phoebe Wallingford today at the hospital.
Greenlee: What does she have to do with anything?
Jake: She is on the same strict schedule as Laura in taking the meds.
Jake: Well, sometimes they get together and they take them together, you know.
Greenlee: Go on.
Jake: Well, recently Phoebe lost two pills. Now, she's on a kind of medication that lowers her heart rate. If Laura swiped those pills, that could've caused a slowdown of her heart, which landed her back in the hospital.
Greenlee: "If" she stole those pills? Jake, you know she did, but can we prove it?
Jake: Well, now these -- all these meds are out of her system.
Greenlee: Oh! Great.
Greenlee: Then all you have are suspicions.
Jake: Well --
Greenlee: So why did you come around to my side?
Jake: Okay, all right. There's more. And, actually, this is the reason why I had you play along with me in court.
Greenlee: Something you found out?
Jake: Well, something that I saw when you were arrested.
Greenlee: Tell me.
Jake: In the middle of the confusion, everything going on, Laura slipped some pills in your purse.
Greenlee: No, she didn't. There weren't any pills in my purse.
Jake: And I wondered if she was trying to set you up, so I switched them back.
Greenlee: So Laura has this attack in court, and then she accuses me of stealing her pills.
Jake: And when all this was going on, I watched the look on her face when you emptied your purse out onto the table. And when those pills didn't come stumbling out, she went white.
Greenlee: Right. Yeah, because if the pills weren't there --
Jake: That means someone is on to her. Namely me.
Greenlee: Jake, if you hadn't stopped her --
Jake: It would've looked like you were trying to kill her.
Greenlee: Well, if that's her fantasy, I'd be happy to oblige.
Jake: No -- hey, hey. Greenlee, Greenlee -- don't do it.
Greenlee: Let me go.
Leo: Sit down. I'll get you some water.
Laura: Everyone, I am so sorry.
Brooke: Honey, you were upset.
Laura: No, that's no excuse. I hate when people use bad language in public. Now I'm doing it.
Brooke: Laura, you have been under a great deal of stress.
Laura: I'm sure that's exactly what Greenlee wants. She got me so worked up, I think I overlooked my pills in my own purse.
Leo: Don't you get it? You won. It's over. Greenlee had to swear under oath that she would stay away from you. If she doesn't, she gets arrested.
Brooke: Do you think that meant anything to Greenlee that she was swearing under oath?
Leo: Well, up until now I would've said no, but I think that this -- I think that something changed today. I really do. Bringing her into court, facing serious jail time -- I think that really shook her up.
Edmund: Yeah, I think he's right. I think she learned a valuable lesson today. She went a little too far.
Laura: It wasn't the first time.
Edmund: Well, she got caught this time, you know? Now it's out in the open.
Laura: I hope you're right, it's all over. Be so nice if I had to do nothing but just plan my wedding.
Leo: You can, okay? You can tomorrow. But I think we should go get a drink right now to celebrate. What do you think?
Laura: It's been a long day. I think I'm just kind of tired.
Leo: I understand.
Laura: You always do.
Leo: Uh -- can you guys give her a ride home?
Laura: Why can't I ride with you?
Leo: Because you need to rest. I have an errand to run. Okay? I won't be gone long.
David: Look at that.
Simone: And here you go.
Anna: Thank you. You can't have any of my food.
David: Want to bet?
Simone: Excuse me.
Simone: You folks are regulars, right?
Simone: Do you know the owner?
David: Yeah. Why?
Simone: Have you seen him tonight?
David: Uh-uh. Fortunately, I haven't. Sorry.
Simone: Okay, thanks.
David: Would you excuse me?
Anna: What, was it something I said?
David: I'll be right back.
Roger: Scotch double. No, make it a triple.
David: You really think that's a good idea?
Roger: Would you get off my back just for one night?
David: If I do, then you're a dead man.
Simone: Mrs. Santos.
Simone: It's Simone from the club. Is Mateo there?
Hayley: Why, yes, he's right here. Would you like to speak with him in the middle of the night?
Simone: I'm so sorry. Please, may I?
Hayley: Your waitress.
Mateo: Simone, what's up?
Simone: I'm losing my mind. That's -- that's what's up. You disappeared. Are you okay?
Simone: Did you meet with Proteus? Where did you go?
Mateo: I -- I went to say good night to my kid.
Simone: You can't talk.
Mateo: Look, I'll be there soon, all right?
Simone: All right, well, don't do anything stupid.
Mateo: All right, yeah, I hear you. All right.
Hayley: It's getting to be a little much, don't you think?
Hayley: The waitress calling you at home in the middle of the night?
Mateo: So what?
Hayley: "So what"? "So what?" Is that what you had to tell me -- what's going on between you two? Is that why --
Hayley: You were shaking me so frantically?
Mateo: Are you crazy? No, it's nothing. She said she's swamped, and I told her I'd be right there to help her out. I got to go.
Hayley: Oh, no. You're not going anywhere until you tell me exactly what you've been hiding from me.
Mateo: I haven't been hiding anything.
Hayley: I am your wife. You don't think I've noticed?
Mateo: Noticed what?
Hayley: The way you've been acting.
Hayley: Like a little extremely weird.
Mateo: Now, come on. Please. Weird? I haven't been weird.
Hayley: You fired your sister for no reason. You fire me. You've been drinking like an alcoholic.
Mateo: I -- okay. Well, I've been drinking a little bit. I just --
Hayley: Mateo, what is going on? Please tell me. You come in here in the middle of the night, and you shake me like --
Mateo: All right. All right, I'll -- I'll tell you, but I'm scared. I'm terrified.
Hayley: Honey, of what?
Mateo: I don't know. I'm -- I'm scared -- I'm just scared about everything. You know?
Hayley: For example?
Mateo: Things -- things aren't going so well at the club.
Hayley: People are coming in, aren't they?
Mateo: Yeah, but they're not spending money.
Hayley: Well, that's not your fault. The economy is bad. Everything that's happened --
Mateo: Yeah, but I didn't leave us any cushion, you know?
Hayley: With all the renovations?
Mateo: Yeah, the renovations. I really went overboard, and I'm -- we're in a bind, and -- I don't know -- I feel -- I feel like I've let you down, so --
Hayley: You know I can help you out if you need help.
Mateo: No, no, no, babe. I want to save that money for the -- the baby's education, you know?
Hayley: Well, we could -- we could borrow from it, you know? Just to get us through this crunch.
Mateo: I just want to spend time with my family. You, me, the baby -- we really haven't had a chance, you know? We've been going nonstop since he was born. We were worried about his health. We flew to Texas, you know?
Hayley: We had that beautiful christening.
Mateo: Yeah. It's just like when I come home to say good night to him, he looks at me like, "Who's this guy?" You know, I've been gone so much. I just want to spend time with you guys, you know? Let's go someplace far away. Let's go.
Hayley: Sounds great.
Hayley: Yeah, but can we afford it?
Mateo: Well, if you wouldn't mind dipping into your trust fund, I guess we could afford it then.
Hayley: I can't think of a better way to spend it.
Jake: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Hang on, hang on.
Greenlee: That psycho has it in for me, and I have to fight back now.
Jake: Okay, I'm sure you're right; Laura's unstable.
Greenlee: Then let me go.
Jake: Greenlee, Greenlee, are you gearing up for a catfight? Because Laura's way beyond that. She wants to do serious harm to you, and she almost pulled it off tonight.
Greenlee: It was pretty elaborate the way she set me up to get busted.
Jake: That's right, and she got away with it. She pulled it off. I mean, ever since that phony phone call from the hospital.
Greenlee: They said you were going to meet me in the condo courtyard.
Jake: That was Laura. It wasn't me. I never called you.
Greenlee: And she had the cops waiting for me.
Jake: Exactly. Now, listen, you're going to fall right into her trap again.
Jake: Because -- because you're trying to go after her. You're making it look like you really are a stalker. I am telling you, you have got to keep your distance.
Greenlee: And let her get away with this?
Jake: No, no, she's not going to get away. You just -- you let me handle it.
Greenlee: While I do what?
Jake: You don't have to do anything.
Greenlee: Forget it. I can't sit around doing nothing.
Jake: Greenlee, you're not doing nothing. You're just -- you're going on and you're having a life.
Greenlee: In what universe?
Jake: You go to work, you come home, and you let me take care of things.
Greenlee: Does that include foot massage?
Jake: Actually, it includes anything if you stay away from Laura.
Greenlee: What about Leo?
Jake: What about Leo?
Greenlee: If Laura's dangerous, he's sleeping with the enemy.
Jake: Greenlee, that is his choice.
Greenlee: But if he doesn't know he's in danger, how can he protect himself?
Jake: You know, I'm having a hard time, you know, feeling sorry for him, you know?
Jake: Because this guy has put you through hell for how -- how many times now? Can't believe you still want him!
Greenlee: I don't want him dead, that's all.
Jake: Laura loves him. She's not going to kill him.
Greenlee: Maybe not with a gun or a knife, but she's going to suck the life right out of him.
Jake: Greenlee, he's the one who made the choice to go and marry her. It's his decision. He's going along with it. All right? You let him live his life and let him do his thing, and I wouldn't worry about him.
Greenlee: I'm sorry. I can't do that.
Laura: I -- I just don't understand.
Brooke: Laura, just let it go for tonight, okay?
Laura: Mom, how? My husband stood up in court and defended Greenlee Smythe.
Edmund: Well, he never said what she did was right.
Laura: But he doesn't want her to go to jail.
Brooke: Honey, I know that you would feel a lot more secure if there was a restraining order in effect.
Laura: Yeah, much!
Edmund: What exactly does Greenlee do that scares you, Laura?
Laura: Edmund, are you blind? She wants to break up my marriage.
Brooke: I'm afraid she's right.
Laura: And -- and in order for that to happen, who knows what she'll do. I mean, she is totally out of control.
Edmund: Okay. Does she resent you that much that she would put her freedom in jeopardy?
Laura: Edmund, she broke into my home!
Edmund: Yeah, and she ended up in court. Now, you heard the judge, Laura. One more strike and she's out.
Laura: Yeah, see, that would scare a rational person. But unfortunately we're dealing with Greenlee Smythe, and you have no clue how devious she can be. I mean, it turns her on to hurt people. Deep down, she is a hideous person. I mean, you look at her and you see -- I don't know -- a sexy young thing. But she is a torturous hag who slinks around shadows poisoning other people's lives because she's so miserable with her own.
Edmund: Ahem. Okay, maybe you're right. I don't know. I think you need some time alone with your mom.
Brooke: You don't have to go.
Edmund: I need to take a walk. I'll be back.
David: Thanks for waiting for me before you dug in.
Anna: Oh, I'm starving. So, how's your friend at the bar? All right?
David: Depends on who you ask.
Leo: I've been calling you all night. Why don't you try answering your phone?
David: Well, it's good to see you, too, Leo. Have you met my brother?
Leo: Hey. I'm sorry to interrupt. Can I talk to you for a second?
Anna: You know what? I'll go get an espresso. Excuse me.
David: Thank you. All right, what's up?
Leo: I need to know --
Leo: Are you sure my wife isn't -- are you sure she's okay?
David: Leo, Laura couldn't be making a better recovery.
Leo: Are you sure about that?
David: Yeah, I'm absolutely sure. She's having great checkups. And I took Jake off of her case like you asked me, so there's no problem there. But I get the feeling this is about something else, right?
Leo: Uh -- yeah. We -- well, we had another incident with Greenlee.
David: And what about this time?
Leo: She broke into our house. Yeah, I know. So I threatened a restraining order just to scare her a little bit, but Brooke actually had her arrested for it.
David: Maybe overreacting a little?
Leo: Yeah, you think? So I told the judge at the hearing that I didn't want to press charges, and Laura completely flipped out.
David: What, that surprises you? You were defending your old girlfriend.
Leo: Not really. I mean, I -- Greenlee drives me crazy, too, but not enough to actually throw her in jail for it.
David: All right, so, what did the judge decide?
Leo: Well, I guess she bought whatever I was saying.
David: So Greenlee's free?
Leo: Unless she goes anywhere near Laura.
David: And what happens when she acts up again?
Leo: The judge is going to have her arrested.
David: You okay with that, Leo? Not seeing the woman you love again?
Leo: I didn't have a choice. I had to push Greenlee away.
Anna: Excuse me.
Roger: I'm sorry. Was I staring?
Anna: Were you?
Roger: Oh, you didn't notice?
Anna: No. I'm kind of tunnel-visioned right now. You know, I'm shopping around for a new doctor, and I noticed that you were talking to David Hayward.
Roger: I hear he's very good.
Anna: So you -- you don't know him yourself very well?
Roger: Not really. You're British.
Roger: You know, I really hope that means you'll have a scotch with me.
Greenlee: Welcome to kangaroo court. Who's playing the judge, your Aunt Phoebe? This isn't the first time Mrs. Du Pres' pills have gone south in the interest of high drama.
Brooke: She is trying to destroy my daughter!
Greenlee: That is ridiculous!
Brooke: You broke into their apartment, and you -- you took her medication. I know you did.
Greenlee: Frisk me! Pat me down! Anything to shut them up. Here. Go ahead knock yourself out. Search it. Go on.
David: Must've been one hell of a daydream. I haven't seen you smile like that in weeks.
Leo: Yeah, well, maybe I'm just happy that my life has finally become straightened out.
David: Hmm. I think you're kidding yourself, kid. Your life's more messed up now than it's ever been. You already admitted you had to push Greenlee away.
Leo: So what?
David: So it must be getting more difficult for you, pretending that you love Laura. Especially with Greenlee running around reminding you what you've lost.
Leo: I didn't lose anything, David.
David: No, no, just the love of your life, the woman who completes you. Right?
Leo: I have Laura.
David: Leo, you married Laura because she was sick, and that was a noble gesture. But tell me something, brother -- what does it feel like waking up to a noble gesture?
Leo: I love my wife. Yeah.
David: Leo, you want to love your wife. There's a really big difference.
Simone: Can I get you another round?
David: No, I'm okay.
Leo: Yeah. You know what? I'll have a double. Thank you.
Brooke: Laura, here. Some tea. All right? It'll help you sleep. I know you're exhausted.
Laura: Mom, how can I sleep when I don't know where my husband is?
Brooke: Honey, he said he wouldn't be gone long.
Laura: Yeah, well, why did he leave in the first place?
Brooke: Because he had an errand to run.
Laura: But I was upset, and he was like, "See you."
Brooke: Laura, it -- honey, it wasn't like that.
Laura: Yes, it was.
Brooke: Listen, if you are -- if you're so upset over everything that's been going on, then maybe we should postpone the wedding. Maybe, you know, just -- just until you're feeling a little better, huh?
Laura: No, I'm -- I'm fine. And I'll be a lot better once I say, "I do" in front of all of my friends and family.
Brooke: Are you sure?
Laura: Yes. But maybe you're right and I'm tired. I just need to lie down.
Brooke: All right, well, I could stay with you until Leo gets back.
Laura: No, that's okay, you go. Leo will be back soon, and I'll just -- I'll call you in the morning.
Brooke: All right, if you're sure, honey.
Laura: Yeah. Good night.
Brooke: Good night. I love you very much.
Laura: I love you, too.
Brooke: Get some sleep.
Brooke: All right.
Laura: This sucks. Greenlee is still on the loose, and now I have Jake to worry about.
Judge: Given such gross negligence, I have no choice, Dr. Martin, but to revoke your medical license, effective immediately.
Jake: No, but -- but, Your Honor, I have a character witness. Greenlee, tell them I'm not a monster!
Greenlee: I'm sorry, Jake. We both are. At least you only lost your job. I've lost everything for the rest of my life.
Jake: Greenlee, no. No -- Greenlee. No, Greenlee, no!
Laura: We can be alone.
Brooke: You're back. You didn't have to wait.
Edmund: Yes, I did.
Brooke: Why, because you think I'm wrong? Because I'm fighting so hard to protect my daughter?
Edmund: No. As a matter of fact, I'm not going to bring it up again.
Brooke: You don't have to. I mean, all you have to do is roll your eyes and I know exactly what you're thinking. It's loud and clear.
Edmund: Well, sure, I have some thoughts about, you know, Laura, but she's your daughter, not mine, Brooke. I don't want this coming between you and me.
Brooke: Neither do I. And -- and, you know, I promise I will -- I will work very hard to get some perspective on this. I just -- I need some time, you know? For a long time, I thought I was going to lose her.
Edmund: But you didn't.
Brooke: I know, and I've just been so -- so grateful, you know, ever since, that there may be some things that I -- I'm not seeing.
Edmund: You'll figure it out.
Brooke: Will you help me?
Edmund: So, what do you think? Want to get a room at the Pine Cone tonight?
Greenlee: I don't want to see Leo throwing his life away.
Jake: Why not? This guy has hurt you so many times.
Greenlee: I hurt him, too.
Jake: And that makes you a match? Greenlee -- are you still in love with him?
Greenlee: I don't know.
Jake: Let me try another one. What if the sun and the moon and the stars all were to line up just perfectly? Do you think that you could possibly fall in love with me?
Greenlee: Stop asking me all these questions.
Jake: I said "possibly."
Greenlee: I don't know. I don't.
Jake: Okay. That's good. Because you know what? You could've said, "Not if you were the last guy on earth."
Hayley: You know, we're going to have to be careful with the baby in the sun because babies and the sun don't mix.
Mateo: Yeah, I know.
Hayley: Hey. You know what we could do? We could rent that same cottage we had last time in Jamaica because it had that nice shaded lawn.
Mateo: No, I was thinking about doing something different, you know?
Hayley: Oh, yeah?
Mateo: A new tradition -- going someplace where we've never gone before.
Hayley: What'd you have in mind?
Mateo: Well, we've done Jamaica. How about the Cayman Islands?
Hayley: It's supposed to be beautiful there.
Mateo: All right. Let's do it. I'll handle everything, all right? I'll call the travel agent tomorrow.
Hayley: I love you.
Mateo: I love you, too.
Hayley: You have to go back to the club.
Mateo: Got to go. Got to go. Got to go.
Hayley: Hurry home.
Mateo: I will.
Hayley: Hey. Where'd this box come from?
Hayley: Did you bring this?
Hayley: You didn't, huh?
Hayley: You and your surprises.
Hayley: So cute. Where could this have come from? Look. It looks like me.
Mateo: Um -- it wasn't there when you went to bed?
Hayley: No. Maybe there's a card in there.
Mateo: You know what? My mom probably dropped it off when she was here and just put it outside when she --
Hayley: So sweet. So cute. Looks like the baby. You know what? I'll put it next to Lorenzo's crib when he wakes up.
Mateo: Let me take it, let me take it. I'll find a good place for it.
Brooke: You're not serious?
Edmund: I'm not?
Brooke: Are you asking do I want to get a room with you at the Pine Cone Motel?
Edmund: I hear they have suites. I'm not talking chocolates on the pillow.
Brooke: Oh, I see. Well, do they have room service? I like 24-hour room service.
Edmund: I think you can get, like, a bag of chips. What else can I do to cheer you up? I have this article that I wrote. Probably needs you to edit the hell out of it.
Brooke: Stop. Why don't you just take me home?
Edmund: Sure. Last chance, though.
Brooke: For --
Edmund: Trip to the Pine Cone.
Edmund: Trip to the Pine Cone.
Greenlee: I didn't say I love you, so you can lose the smug expression.
Jake: No, that's cool. Just means I'm still in the running.
Greenlee: God, I hate that.
Jake: You hate what?
Greenlee: You know.
Greenlee: Settling. Better than nothing.
Jake: Greenlee Smythe, you need to get over yourself, all right, because I don't settle. Just because I'm not pressuring you -- because I really do know what it's like when you're trying to get over someone. See, the difference between you and me is that you always get what you want all the time.
Greenlee: Not anymore. I'm going to try and do what you want me to do.
Jake: You mean it? You're going to let Leo live his own life, do his own thing?
Greenlee: It's going to make me nuts when I'm sitting around doing nothing.
Jake: Well, I could probably come up with something to keep you occupied.
Greenlee: Oh, really?
Anna: Well, if you do happen to talk to Dr. Hayward, you know, I --
Roger: I told you I hardly know the guy, and now I -- I am going to be off.
Anna: Ooh, careful.
Roger: If you will -- ahem -- you'll just point me toward the door.
Anna: Oh, sure. It's right over here. And you're not driving, are you, by any chance?
Roger: I don't think so.
Anna: No. Okay. Excuse me? Could we get a cab here for this gentleman? Can you call a cab?
[Leo hums Wedding March]
David: Here's to you and the wife.
Leo: Thank you.
[Leo hums Wedding March]
David: Dr. Hayward here.
Laura: David, it's Laura. Listen, I need to see you right away.
Laura: Jake Martin. Can I meet you at your office?
David: What about him?
Laura: Please, can we just not go into this on the phone? Will you meet me?
David: I'll think about it.
Laura: Do me a favor -- would you not tell Leo about this?
David: Don't worry, I won't.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Frankie: Bianca, what are you doing? You're suing your mother because she hates me?
Mia: I'm not working for you anymore.
Adam: Are you in love with him?
Ryan: You're all grown up now.
Leo: Yep. On my way to get my tux for my wedding.
Liza: Dixie, take me to the hospital.