All My Children Transcript Thursday 11/15/01
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Ryan: Don't move -- not until we know the baby's all right.
Adam: The baby?
Erica: Frankie tried to score drugs at SOS.
Chris: What am I supposed to do with that news flash?
Erica: I want you to use it to put that little witch away.
Greenlee: Has anyone seen David Hayward?
Laura: What's she doing?
Leo: Her father had a heart attack.
Laura: And you believed her?
David: Just show me where he is.
Laura: Leo, don't -- Leo, don't believe her!
Adam: Hayley, thank God you're here.
Hayley: I left the baby with Rosa. Where's Liza?
Adam: She's in there with Stan Clader.
Hayley: Why? What happened?
Ryan: I'll tell you what happened, Hayley. Your father may have killed Liza's unborn baby.
Marian: Liza, everything's going to be all right. Everything's going to be just fine.
Liza: Dr. Clader, am I going to lose my baby?
Chris: Here I am.
Erica: Oh, finally. Well, you certainly took your sweet time getting here.
Chris: You know, Ms. Kane, this "you snapping, me come running" routine is wearing a little thin with me.
Erica: But this is an emergency.
Chris: With you, a broken nail's an emergency.
Erica: Oh, I see, I see. In my absence you really improved your manners, didn't you?
Chris: So -- ahem -- what brings you back so soon, Darling?
Erica: Taking care of business.
Erica: Don't tell me you missed me.
Chris: Actually, I was enjoying my down time.
Erica: You can have as much down time as you like as soon as you put that Frankie person behind bars.
Chris: Well --
Erica: You're supposed to nail that con artist, you know, for drug possession.
Chris: Yeah, well, sorry to burst your bubble, but from my point of view, the kid's clean.
Erica: That's impossible. Mateo told me that she tried to buy drugs at his club at S.O.S.
Chris: Yeah, well, it didn't happen on my watch.
Erica: Well, how closely were you watching? I trusted you with that assignment.
Chris: No, trusting me with your assignment is planting baggies on that kid just so you can sleep better at night, right?
Erica: Look, if that's what it takes, yes.
Chris: You're unbelievable.
Erica: Oh, there's Bianca, and Frankie's not with her.
Erica: So maybe she's done with that drug addict.
Bianca: Hi. You're back.
Erica: I'm back.
Chris: Hey, Bianca.
Chris: Um -- I'll leave you ladies alone. I'm going to make a phone call.
Erica: Hi, Sweetheart.
Brooke: Bianca, have you seen Laura?
Bianca: No, I'm sorry, Brooke, I havenít.
Brooke: I don't know where she disappeared to.
Erica: Well, don't tell me, Brooke, the bride's missing on her wedding day? Oh, so much for "happily ever after."
Laura: Leo, what did you say to me?
Leo: You heard me. Get the hell out of here.
Laura: Leo --
Leo: No. Just give it up. Please, just stop it. Get a reality check. She told you her father was dying, and you locked her in a closet?
Laura: Okay, reality check -- look around. Where's poor dying daddy now, huh? If he's so sick, why isn't he here? Leo, she's playing you. You keep falling for Greenlee's lies, but don't you see what a liar she is?
Leo: The liar is you. You've been lying to me this whole time.
Laura: Leo, I love you.
Leo: See, that's the biggest lie of all, Laura.
Leo: No, just -- please. Just give it up. You lose.
Hayley: Liza's pregnant?
Ryan: Maybe not after Adam threw her down the stairs.
Adam: Oh, that's not what happened.
Ryan: She was trying to get away from you, Adam --
Adam: We had a disagreement. She ran for the stairs.
Ryan: And you got in her face!
Adam: And she stumbled and fell. It was an accident.
Ryan: Why didn't you just leave her the hell alone, Adam?
Adam: I didn't know she was pregnant.
Ryan: So it's okay to throw your wife down the stairs when she's not pregnant? Is that what you're saying?
Adam: Damn it, Lavery, just back off, all right?
Hayley: All right, listen, listen, this isn't helping anybody, okay? Liza's in there with Dr. Clader?
Hayley: Maybe I should go in there and be with her.
Ryan: No, I don't think she wants anybody else in there right now, Hayley.
Adam: You don't know what she wants. I'm going in.
Ryan: No, no, no, no, no, no, you're not.
Adam: Get out of my way.
Ryan: You're the reason that she's in there in the first place, Adam.
Adam: Get out of my way!
Hayley: Please, Ryan! Look, I know you mean well, but maybe it's time for you to leave.
Ryan: I'm not going anywhere.
Hayley: Look, Ryan, this is a family thing.
Ryan: Exactly. Liza's baby, the life that she's fighting for right now, it could be mine.
Liza: Dr. Clader, is the baby going to be all right?
Dr Clader: I wish I could tell you that the baby's going to be fine, but I can't make any promises.
Liza: No, no, I -- I can't accept that. You have to save the baby.
Dr. Clader: Liza, I've got you on something to slow down the contractions. My best advice is for you to just try and relax.
Liza: Mama, I'm -- I'm scared.
Marian: Oh, baby. Adam is right outside the door. He's very worried about you, Liza.
Liza: No, Mama, I -- I can't see him. I don't want to deal with Adam or Ryan or -- oh, my God.
Marian: What happened? What, darling? What? Oh, Dr. Clader, please.
Liza: Oh, this can't be happening again. Oh!
Brooke: I don't need your snarky remarks today, Erica.
Erica: Oh, come on, Brooke. I mean, isn't it possible that the bride and groom might want some privacy?
Bianca: Mom, the wedding was called off on account of rain. I'll explain --
Brooke: So neither of you have seen her?
Brooke: Will you call me on my cell phone if you do see her? She hasn't taken her medication.
Erica: Sweetheart, were you a guest at that wedding that -- that wasn't?
Bianca: Yeah, believe it or not.
Erica: You were, even after the really terrible way that Laura treated you?
Bianca: Oh, I was here for Leo, and, Mom, I'm so glad I was. He finally woke up. When the minister asked him if he would take Laura as his lawful wedded wife, he said no.
Erica: Oh, my goodness. Well, I mean, poor Laura. She must have been completely, totally humiliated.
Bianca: Oh, yeah, like you wouldn't believe.
Erica: Well, look, I'm really proud of you for standing up for Leo and not being scared off by Laura.
Bianca: Well, see? I am my mother's daughter.
Erica: Yes, when you want to be, you are.
Bianca: Oh -- oh, but, Mom, I didn't tell you the best part.
Bianca: After Leo said "I don't," the sprinkler system went off. Laura looked like a drowned rat.
Erica: I can't believe that. Well, there, you see? There is justice in the world. After the terrible way she treated you, she deserved that. I'm just surprised the wicked witch didn't melt.
Laura: How can you side with Greenlee against me after everything she's done to get between us?
Leo: She's telling the truth. She's been telling the truth.
Greenlee: I can't do this. I have to find my dad.
Leo: Okay, I'll help you.
David: So will I. If your father's had a heart attack, he's going to need medical attention.
Greenlee: I'm going to try daddy's cell phone again. Ow, ow.
Leo: What is it?
Greenlee: I -- nothing -- I just -- I hurt my wrist in the air duct.
Laura: Oh, sweet. Another bogus rap you can pin on me, huh? Much like the ozone layer and world hunger.
Greenlee: Shut up!
Laura: Make me.
Greenlee: Don't you get it? I don't give a damn about you or your broken heart or your wedding. All I want to do is find my dad. Can you get that through your stupid head? Leo, I can't breathe.
Laura: Oh, please.
David: She's hyperventilating.
Leo: David, help her.
David: All right, Greenlee, just relax, okay? You're having a panic attack. I'm going to give you a mild sedative.
Jake: No you're not. Greenlee, you're going to be okay, all right? You hear me? All right, let these guys duke it out. I'll help you find your dad. Just come with me now.
Bianca: You look all better.
Frankie: Drier, anyway. But I can't find my purse. I hope I left it here.
Bianca: Oh -- there it is.
Frankie: Great. So, how was your business trip?
Erica: Successful, of course. Thank you for asking. And -- and you -- how are you?
Frankie: Oh, no complaints. Did Bianca tell you we did the wedding from hell today?
Erica: Yes, of course she did. Sorry I missed it. Did you enjoy yourself?
Bianca: You okay?
Erica: Of course I'm okay. Why would you ask?
Bianca: Well, because you're acting totally weird.
Erica: I am not.
Bianca: Yeah, you are. You were fine before Frankie showed up. I mean, whatever happened to the live-and-let-live policy? You know, giving Frankie a second chance?
Erica: Honey, I have no problem with -- with Frankie, honestly.
Bianca: Well, honesty would be friendlier.
Frankie: Hey, you know what? Um -- maybe we should split. I'm sure your mom's really tired from her trip.
Bianca: No, no -- I mean, I want to work this out now.
Erica: Bianca, there is nothing to work out.
Bianca: Well, then why did you morph into the freeze queen when Frankie walked in?
Bianca: Because why?
Erica: Because your friend Frankie is a drug addict.
Adam: You? The father of Liza's child? Impossible.
Ryan: Really? Then why did Liza keep it a secret from you, Adam?
Adam: Liza and I share something you can't begin to understand.
Ryan: Whatever it is that you share, there's a 50/50 chance that that baby is mine.
Hayley: Okay. I really don't think that this is helping, so let's go back to our corners. Can I talk to you for a minute, please? Um -- when -- when exactly did you and Liza -- uh -- get together?
Ryan: Oh. It's complicated, Hayley. Look, look -- when Gilly died, Liza and I -- we grabbed on to each other -- I don't know -- to escape, to numb the pain. Does that make any sense?
Hayley: Well, yeah. I -- I mean, I -- I grabbed a bottle, you grabbed the nearest warm body. Only difference is I wake up with a hangover and you wake up with maybe a baby being made.
Ryan: Yeah, well, I didn't know she was pregnant, not until today. I asked her. I asked her if she was pregnant, and she denied it.
Hayley: You think maybe she was trying to hide the fact that you were the father from --
Hayley: I --
Hayley: Wow. I thought my life was complicated.
Ryan: It's just so much to process, everything that's happened this year, all the hits that I've taken. I just -- I think that this baby might be a sign that my life is turning around. You know, having a kid, having somebody that needs me, having a part of me.
Hayley: Ryan, you know, there's a chance that Adam could be the father.
Ryan: I know that. But what if he's not? What if I'm going to be a father?
Greenlee: Jake, Daddy was here. I think he was having a heart attack and he sent me to get David.
Anna: But you said Roger Smythe is not your patient.
David: Yes, that's absolutely true, but that wouldn't prevent me from treating him.
Anna: We have to find him first.
David: Yeah, that's right. Here, Greenlee. Here's my card, okay, with my numbers. If you find your father, contact me right away.
Anna: Take it easy.
David: That tracking device better work. If Roger's having a bad time, we got to find him right now.
Leo: Jake, how did you know that something happened to her father?
Jake: Uh -- well, David notified the area hospitals to be on the lookout.
Greenlee: No, Daddy definitely did not want to go to the hospital.
Jake: Okay, Greenlee, we can access this hospital's database. We can widen the search. We can check all of the local clinics and urgent care.
Greenlee: Okay, if you think there's a chance.
Jake: Well, if Roger's sick enough and he's scared enough, he might just go to the E.R. If he shows up there, you can be there waiting for him.
Leo: Yeah, he can take care of your wrist while he's at it.
Jake: What? Is it okay?
Greenlee: Yeah, yeah. I can't feel it. I can't feel anything, really.
Jake: All right. I want you to come with me. Greenlee, you trust me?
Greenlee: I --
Jake: Let me help you.
Leo: Go with him. He can do more for you than I can right now.
Greenlee: Thank you, Leo.
Laura: I didn't think this could happen twice.
Laura: Having my heart ripped out.
Adam: I was right here, standing right here the last time. How could something like this happen again?
Hayley: Come with me to the chapel.
Adam: No, I want -- I want to be here with my wife.
Marian: I'm sorry, Adam, but you can't go in there right now.
Adam: Why not? She's allowed visitors.
Marian: Yes, she is.
Adam: Well, then, I'm going in. You have no say --
Marian: No, she only wants to see one person right now.
Adam: And who might that be?
Marian: Ryan, Liza's been asking for you.
[Knock on door]
David: Entre vous.
Anna: Damn. All right, let's find the ailing Mr. Smythe.
David: I guess this means that I'm no longer your prime Proteus suspect.
Anna: How do you figure that?
David: Well, you tagged old Rog with one of your tracking devices.
Anna: Has it occurred to you that I just did it because of his connection to you?
David: Well, if that's true, I hope you at least gave me credit for being the mastermind -- you know, the brains behind the operation, Mr. Big.
Anna: Oh, sure. Oh, you men are so preoccupied with size. Answer me this one thing.
David: Ask me and I'll decide.
Anna: What is your relationship to Roger Smythe? And why is it so covert?
David: That's two questions.
Anna: Oh, yeah. Okay, so answer me the second one and that'll give me the answer to the first.
David: Well, then the game would be over and there would be no more fun.
Anna: Saved by the bell.
David: What have you got?
Anna: Oh, hello. This can't be right.
Anna: Well, according to this, Roger is a lot closer than we thought.
David: Well, how close?
Anna: He's right here in the hotel.
Chris: Damn Smythe -- he's more trouble than he's worth. He's been a pain since day one. No, no, no. No -- you just sit tight. I'll handle this personally.
Bianca: Mom, what are you saying?
Erica: Honey, I know how much the truth hurts, and I know that it's a shock --
Bianca: This isn't the truth. I know Frankie. I know she doesn't use drugs. I mean, how desperate do you have to be to make something like this up about her?
Erica: I am not making this up. Honey, I have this from a -- a very reliable source.
Bianca: Who? Nobody hates Frankie like you do, Mom.
Erica: Mateo. Mateo Santos, who has nothing against Frankie, had nothing against her until she came into his club and tried to buy something a lot stronger than a margarita. Well, go ahead, Frankie. Go ahead. Deny it. Try and lie your way out of this one.
Frankie: You know, I don't have to listen to this.
Erica: Oh, yes, you do have to listen to the truth about yourself. And, Bianca, you have got to face it, too.
Frankie: I am so out of here.
Erica: Oh, honey, I'm sorry. I know that you are so -- you must be so disappointed in Frankie and finding out what she really is.
Bianca: Disappointed, yes. Yes, Mom, I am very, very disappointed -- in you.
Erica: In me?
Bianca: Yes, you. How -- how can you of all people attack somebody for using drugs?
Ryan: Liza, I -- I don't -- I'm sorry.
Liza: No. Don't -- don't be.
Ryan: Is there anything I can do for you?
Liza: You could take me back to the day that I discovered I was pregnant and maybe I could do things differently. Maybe if I had been honest with you and with Adam, my baby would still be alive.
Ryan: You don't know that.
Liza: I know that I've called Adam a liar a lot and I'm no better than he is. A baby shouldn't be hidden. It should be celebrated.
Ryan: Was it mine?
Liza: I -- I really -- it could've been yours or Adamís. It doesn't matter now.
Ryan: It really matters to me.
Liza: What are you saying?
Ryan: I'd like your permission for a paternity test. I need to know if the baby you lost was mine, Liza.
Hayley: Hi, Mateo. It's me. I just left a message for you at the club. Nobody seems to know where you are, so -- yeah, so if you check your voice mail, could you please call me? Baby, please? I need you.
Hayley: Dad, you know, you can brood all you want. You can push me away, but you need me.
Adam: Not if you're going to cheer for Ryan Lavery.
Hayley: Is that what you think I did? Is that the way it seemed to you? This is a -- this is a horrible tragedy, what has happened. Okay? But can we stop with the family dysfunction long enough just so we can -- we can be there for each other, please?
Adam: Five minutes. I was a father again for five minutes. Huh. Just long enough for a lifetime of plans and dreams. Not nearly long enough. And I have only myself to blame.
Hayley: Dad, these things happen. You know that. It's not your fault.
Adam: Whose, then? Whose? I made the distance between me and Liza impassable. My wife kept her pregnancy from me, something we should've celebrated. It should've been about joy. And it tore us apart.
Hayley: Dad, um, you know, Ryan seems to think that there could be a chance that this baby is his.
Adam: I don't give a damn what Ryan thinks. The child is mine. And Liza needs me. She may not know that, but she needs me. And we will work together. We will heal together. She'll understand because I'm her husband. And I'm the father of both her children.
Liza: A paternity test?
Liza: What is that going to prove, Ryan?
Ryan: That the past doesn't have to repeat itself. I mean, Liza, you know what my father was like. He didn't give a damn whether I lived or died.
Liza: I know.
Ryan: So if I walk out of here right now not caring, I'd be the same as him and I can't live with that. Please, let me know the truth.
Liza: For everyone's peace of mind, I'll -- I'll do a paternity test. Send Dr. Clader back in.
Leo: I haven't a clue what to say to you, Laura.
Laura: "I'm sorry" would be a good start.
Leo: I am sorry. I never meant to hurt you.
Laura: Right. You bagged out on the wedding in front of the whole world, and you did it with a smile on your face. Don't deny it, Leo. That smile lit up your face like the guy who gets his death sentence revoked.
Leo: You read it wrong.
Laura: No. You dumped me at the altar, and you got off on it.
Leo: That smile -- that smile was relief. It was a way for both of us to end the pain. I saw a chance to get out and I took it.
Laura: But I didn't want to get out. I just wanted you. And don't tell me that this is the best thing. The best thing for us is us. The only person who wins now is Greenlee.
Leo: Did you see Greenlee smiling? Did you see her get off on what happened today?
Laura: She is such an actress.
Leo: She's not acting, Laura! Her father might die and she's scared to death! I mean, why can't you see that?
Laura: Leo, you are blind.
Leo: Yeah, and you've been faking your feelings for so long, you don't even know what's real anymore.
Laura: What did I do wrong? Why did you turn this against me?
Leo: The wedding. We were standing there about to take our vows and it's -- it's like I got this wake-up call. It's like I finally got your attention.
Laura: You've always had that.
Leo: No, Laura, I haven't. Every single time I try to talk to you, every time I try to clue you in on what I'm feeling or what I'm not feeling, it's like -- you have a dizzy spell or you run off or you go to sleep. It's like you don't want to hear anything that anybody else has to say to you.
Laura: I've always been there for you, Leo. Always.
Leo: Yeah, you have been, in your negligee putting on Greenlee's act. That's not you. That's so not what I wanted from you.
Laura: What do you want, Leo? Tell me. I'll be whoever you want.
Leo: I just -- I just wanted you. Just you, the way you were. But you didn't trust that, you don't trust me. You just tune me out. And in order for a marriage to work, Laura -- that you have to have that. It's like you haven't heard a word that I've said since the surgery.
Laura: That is not true.
Leo: No, I think it's totally true. You've had your head so wrapped around this -- this version of the perfect marriage and this ridiculously overkilled wedding that you just don't get it. I was already here. We were already married. I wasn't going anywhere.
Laura: So, what, this is my fault?
Leo: No, it's not your fault. I don't know how to make this marriage thing work, either. And it's not like we had any sort of role models growing up. But I know when something's tanking and this was definitely tanking, yes.
Laura: Look, Leo, we can make this work. It's not too late. We just need to give it another -- another try. I can make you so happy, so much happier than Greenlee ever --
Leo: I'm sorry. Laura, we've run out of chances, okay?
Laura: Please --
Laura: Just take the ring back. Please.
Leo: I canít.
Laura: Leo, wait. Don't go. Leo, you can't go.
Laura: Damn you.
Jake: Good news -- your wrist is not broken. But you did sprain it. So I'm going to have to wrap you here because all of the treatment rooms are in use.
Greenlee: Jake, I don't care about my wrist -- ow. Where's my father?
Jake: Sorry, sorry.
Greenlee: Have you heard anything?
Jake: Well, they're keeping an eye out for him in E.R. and I did touch base with his former doctor in California.
Jake: Anyone else you want me to call?
Greenlee: I -- I guess not. I mean, my grandparents are in Europe.
Greenlee: But they never liked Daddy, and Mother would never lift a finger to help. I guess I don't blame them.
Jake: Well, I thought you'd come around to your father's side.
Greenlee: I think that's because I wanted to. I wanted to believe there was some good in my father. But he's been sending out warning signals lately, and of course, I just -- I've been ignoring them.
Jake: Yeah? Like what?
Greenlee: Well, he's been really jumpy lately. Jake, he was more upset about me getting fired than I was.
Greenlee: Yeah, I mean, at first I was touched. But when he couldn't access my computer, that's when he had his attack, which makes me wonder if he's still doing that insider trading thing -- using me and my computer to get into enchantment's files which would explain -- surprise -- why he's been so nice to me lately.
Greenlee: Jake, you've doubted my father all along. If you want to just throw in an "I told you so," go right ahead.
Jake: Why would I do that?
Greenlee: Because you're probably right. But I don't care. You know, I still love my dad and I'm really worried about him. What if we can't find him?
Jake: Okay, okay. Listen, why don't we just set aside any doubts that we have about your dad. All right, he's in trouble, and that's all that matters right now. And I promise you I'll find your father.
David: Mr. Smythe is not in his room. Did he leave a message for me? No message. Okay, thank you very much.
Anna: No luck?
David: No. No, nobody on staff has seen him in the hotel, but it's a big hotel. Look, I'm going to go downstairs. I'm going to check the lobby, the dining room, and the bar, okay?
Anna: All right. I'll stay here and see if can pinpoint his location. You call me -- you know, if you find him.
David: And you'd do the same with me?
Anna: Right. Of course. Sure.
Anna: Come out, come out, wherever you are. Damn. Oh, no. I lost him.
Dr. Clader: I've got the results of the paternity test. Would you like to hear them in private?
Liza: No. Just -- just tell us.
Dr. Clader: We ran the baby's D.N.A. and compared it with Mr. Lavery's file sample. It's 99.9% certain that Mr. Lavery was the baby's father.
Ryan: Are you sure?
Dr. Clader: Within a tenth of a percent.
Liza: Ryan? Ryan?
Hayley: I promise. I promise it's going to be okay.
Ryan: That was my baby that you murdered today!
Jake: Dr. Saunders, thanks for getting back to me. I'm actually calling regarding a former patient of yours -- Roger Smythe?
Dr. Saunders: Oh, of course. Roger and I played golf together. How is the old shoe?
Jake: Well, that's why I'm calling. Does he have a history of heart problems?
Dr. Saunders: Well, why don't you consult with his present cardiologist?
Jake: Well, to my knowledge, he's not under a doctor's care.
Dr. Saunders: Well, that's odd. I referred Roger to a heart specialist working at your hospital. You must know him -- David Hayward.
Anna: Ooh! Bloody useless.
David: That was a complete waste of my time.
Anna: No sign of Roger?
David: No, no. Nobody's seen him. It's almost like he disappeared into thin air.
Anna: See anyone suspicious?
David: You're the one with the tracking device. Why don't you tell me what you have?
Anna: No, it's the strangest thing, you know. The moment that you left the room, I lost the signal, just for no apparent reason.
David: You're kidding. And you think I did it, just to throw you off?
Anna: You -- or Proteus.
David: Hmm. Well, I guess any resemblance between me and Proteus is going to be one of those things that's an unsolved mystery.
Anna: No, give me time. I'll solve it.
David: I'm sure you will. But in the meantime, Roger Smythe is still missing. Any suggestions?
David: Care to share them?
Anna: I think I'm going to do better on my own.
David: Well, good luck.
Anna: I won't need it.
Bianca: Mom, I would think that you would have more sympathy for Frankie.
Erica: Why on earth should I?
Bianca: Because you were a drug user, Mom. You of all people should understand the fight against addiction. I can't believe that you would turn that around and use it as a weapon against somebody.
Erica: Bianca, look, you don't understand exactly. What happened to me was --
Bianca: Oh, I know -- I know the story, Mom. I know it. I know about your -- your fight to get clean and your stay at the Betty Ford Center and -- and I read in your book how you were so desperate that you actually cruised Front Street looking for a hit.
Erica: Yes, but I got clean.
Bianca: Because you got help. Maybe that's what Frankie needs. I think that you have no right to judge her, but you're doing that because you want her out of my life.
Erica: Honey, that is just your interpretation of this. That's --
Bianca: You know, I don't even know if Frankie is an addict. I don't know if she's ever used drugs. I mean, she's never used around me. She doesn't talk about getting high.
Erica: Of course not because addicts are very clever about hiding their use.
Bianca: Okay, but I've had experience seeing the signs. Laura and Shannon -- I always knew when they were high. Frankie has never acted that way around me. But even if she is an addict, I'm going to take your original advice and I am going to stand by her.
Chris: Well. I guess you have gave her what-for.
Erica: You heard?
Chris: Enough. Now do you see why having me bust Frankie would not have been such a hot idea? Now do you see it?
Erica: On the contrary, Mr. Stamp. I am more determined than ever to see that Frankie nailed to the wall.
Frankie: Come on. Where is it?
Brooke: Laura. I took a chance that you would be here. I've been looking everywhere for you. Honey, I have been so worried.
Laura: She did it, Mom. Greenlee got to Leo.
Brooke: Honey, it doesn't matter about Greenlee. You need to take your medication.
Laura: How'd she do it? Huh? How'd that sneaky little wench get away with it? How'd she win?
Brooke: Laura, take the pills. Take the pills, all right? You need to take care of yourself.
Laura: Yeah, sure. I'll take care of myself so I can get Leo back.
Greenlee: Please, God, keep Daddy safe. He's not such a bad person. No one's all bad, right? Even he can find forgiveness.
Leo: Greenlee. Did you find your dad?
Greenlee: No, no. Not yet. Leo, about what happened with Laura, I --
Leo: Do you mind if I go first? Look, I -- I know I've been a real jerk. But if -- if you'll just hear me out, I have to tell you.
Greenlee: I'm listening.
Leo: I have to tell you why I bagged the wedding today.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Edmund: It's over, Mateo. You've double-crossed me for the last time.
Adam: I want to take you home, Liza.
Leo: I'm going to be here for you.
Greenlee: I want Jake.
Hayley: I have other thoughts, thoughts that I shouldn't be having.
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