All My Children Transcript Tuesday 11/27/01
Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Dixie: Leslie is the reason that Tad and I are splitting up. He wanted revenge, and he wanted to use Leslie to get it. Watch out!
Erica: I wanted opal to plant drugs on Frankie so she could have her rear end carted off to prison where it belongs so she couldn't hurt --
Leo: Will you please marry me, Greenlee?
Leo: Greenlee? Are you going to answer my question?
Greenlee: Please, get up. You don't have to get down there.
Leo: Yes, I do. I'm going to do things right from now on. So, come on, please, answer my question. Will you marry me?
Greenlee: You have no idea how many times I've wished you'd say those words.
Leo: Don't cry, come on.
Greenlee: No, I'm happy. You idiot.
Leo: Oh, thank you, thank you, thank you.
Greenlee: For what?
Leo: You're mine. We're getting married.
Jake: Listen, I don't want you to worry. All right? We're going to patch him up, and J.R.'s injury is really superficial.
Dixie: Well, that's not what I'm worried about, really. He's so angry. Tad has been more of a father to him than Adam has ever been. And now he's --
Jake: Well, Dixie, I think J.R. has a right to be angry. I mean, what Tad did is beyond stupid -- trying to make some sort of revenge deal with Leslie Coulson and putting the whole family at risk?
Nurse: Yeah, I'm ready to give the patient his tetanus shot.
Jake: Oh, he's right there in cube one.
Nurse: He isn't, Doctor. I just checked.
Jake: Okay. Thanks, thanks. No, no. Don't worry. We're going to find him. We'll find him. He's here somewhere.
Dixie: I can't believe this. I knew this would happen.
Jake: What, are you worried J.R. is going to hurt himself?
Dixie: No, I'm afraid he's going to hurt Tad.
Frankie: So, how did you know about the back stairs?
J.R.: My great-uncle used to live here.
Frankie: Palmer Cortlandt?
J.R.: Yeah. So, are you a hairdresser at the Glam?
Frankie: Do I look like I do hair?
J.R.: So, how did you end up here?
Frankie: Hmm. I guess it was destiny. Like meeting you in the park when I was smoking a joint. I freaked. I thought you were a narc or whatever, and you asked for a toke.
J.R.: Yeah. You go to school?
Frankie: No. Does it matter?
J.R.: Guess not. Listen, um --
Frankie: What, did you forget my name?
J.R.: It's Frankie.
Frankie: So, what does "J.R." stand for?
J.R.: You don't care.
Frankie: So, you know why you're here, don't you?
J.R.: To listen to music?
Frankie: Sure. Pick something.
Bianca: You would plant drugs on an innocent person and destroy her life? Do you hate us that much?
Erica: Oh, of course not, Honey. No, if you would just listen for a minute --
Bianca: I begged Grandma. I thought that she was going to help you to understand that Frankie is somebody that I care about, somebody that I --
Erica: That you love. I know.
Bianca: What do you know about love? You've never loved anybody but yourself.
Chris: Excuse me. I think you should take a break before you wind up saying something you both are going to regret later on.
Erica: Chris, thank you very much, but I do think that we should talk about this now.
Chris: All right, I'll -- excuse me. I'll get a cup of coffee.
Bianca: You lied to me. Standing by Grandma's grave, you lied to me. You told me that you were going to try to accept Frankie.
Erica: I was trying to accept -- I am trying to --
Bianca: Liar! I heard you! You would do anything to keep us apart.
Erica: I would give my life to make you happy.
Bianca: I don't want your life, Mom. I don't -- I never have, and I never will. I don't want any part of you anymore!
Leo: Okay, Greenlee, we're going to do it right this time. Okay, we should -- we should remember exactly what we did before and then do the opposite.
Greenlee: No, no, no. Let's forget all the things we screwed up. We'll concentrate on the future. Our future.
Leo: "Our future." I like that. But for that to happen -- our future, I mean -- I have a lot of explaining to do.
Greenlee: No, you donít. I'd much rather you didn't.
Leo: Greenlee, I tortured you for months.
Greenlee: But I know why.
Leo: Do you? All the horrible things that I said to you? I tried to be somebody else, and it just -- it didn't work.
Greenlee: You're perfect the way you are.
Leo: I am? I'm perfect. And so are you.
Greenlee: Yes, we are. But when I say "perfect," I mean --
Leo: No, no. It doesn't matter. It doesn't -- we're both perfect together. Just don't complicate things. You remember when we first got together, how happy we were? What was wrong with that? I want to have fun again. Okay? Close your eyes. Close your eyes. Okay, I'm going to show you just how easy it is to pretend that the last six months never happened.
Tad: Checked everywhere he normally hangs out, came up with nothing.
Dixie: None of his friends have seen him?
Tad: Well, if they have, they're not talking about it.
Dixie: Wouldn't be the first time they've covered for him.
Tad: Why did you do it? I -- I thought that we would tell him together.
Dixie: We never discussed that.
Tad: What did you tell him?
Dixie: I told him the truth. That's bad enough, don't you think?
Tad: J.R. can handle the truth.
Dixie: What makes you think that? Because he's had to handle it over and over again? I mean, just because he's older doesn't make it easier for him. It's not like he's a little kid and he could just crawl into bed and curl up into a little ball and cry, you know? He has to act like a man and punch a wall.
Tad: Do you want me to keep looking for him?
Dixie: No, I donít. I don't think he needs to see you right now.
Tad: Why? The problem isn't between me and J.R.
Dixie: Oh, you don't think so?
Tad: No, I don't think so. And if you have a problem with me, I would really appreciate it if you would try to keep J.R. put of it.
Dixie: You don't get it, do you? I can survive this and move on. I'm not sure J.R. can.
Frankie: So, go ahead, kick back. Opal won't be home for, like, hours. What did you do to your hand?
J.R.: Oh, it was nothing.
Frankie: Okay, so don't tell me.
J.R.: I smashed it against a wall.
Frankie: That was stupid. I feel like doing that half the time, too. So, why did you do it?
J.R.: Because I got mad, okay? I kind of lost it.
Frankie: Uh-oh. I brought home a maniac. I'm scared.
Erica: Honey, please don't punish me like this.
Bianca: I'm punishing you?
Erica: Forgive me, please. I was wrong. What I did was wrong. Only, I didn't do it. I mean, I wouldn't really have done it. I just Ė I had an irrational idea just for a second. And I went to Opal, and I asked her if she --
Bianca: To get drugs to plant on my friend.
Erica: I was wrong. Bianca, I was wrong. But I heard you with Frankie. And I heard you tell her that you loved her.
Bianca: You had no right to do that, either, Mom.
Erica: I know that. I just -- look, please, try to -- listen to me. You have begged me to try to understand you. I am trying. Believe me, I am trying. And I have told you many times, I don't understand how you could have the same feelings for a woman that I have for a man. I don't, just donít. But when I saw you with Frankie and I heard you --
Bianca: Oh, God! Oh, stop it, Mom! Stop it! Spare me your tolerance!
Erica: That's not what this is about. Don't do that, Bianca. Don't now deliberately misunderstand me.
Bianca: Mom, every time that I have had feelings for a woman, you have deliberately misunderstood me, okay? With Sarah, it was the aftereffects of rehab. With Laura, it was a hopeless crush. And now with Frankie, she's a con artist?
Erica: I don't think that anymore because I heard you with Frankie. I heard you tell her that you love her.
Bianca: Yes, mom, that's right. I love her. And she loves me.
Erica: She told you that she loves you?
Bianca: Yes. Yes, Mom. She loves me. Me. Finally, after all these years, I have somebody who loves me back.
Frankie: What? What, am I doing it wrong or something?
J.R.: No, no. It's just -- why are you so angry?
Frankie: I'm not. There's nothing wrong with me, okay? Look who's talking. Your mummy bandage and all. Just not into talking, okay?
Frankie: Maybe there's something wrong with you.
Erica: You can't possibly believe that. You have been loved. You have been truly loved your whole life.
Bianca: Mom, it doesn't matter.
Erica: Of course it matters. From the day you were born, you've been my world.
Bianca: From the day I was born, I joined your world.
Erica: I knew it. I knew when I lost custody of you that things would never be the same between us. I have tried to make it up to you. I have really tried, Bianca.
Bianca: Mom, I glad you lost custody of me.
Bianca: I'm glad. I'm glad I had that time with Daddy. I -- you know, he never had to reassure me that he loved me, mom. I knew it. And I knew that you would never really be able to accept me for who I am. And it turns out I was right.
Bianca: Yes, Mom, yes. When I told you that I was gay, we lost something. And we've never been able to get it back, and now I know we never will.
Erica: Bianca, that is not true. What can I do to make you understand you are the most important person in my life? What? What can I do? What do you want from me?
Erica: Please, Bianca.
Bianca: Nothing. Mom, I just -- I want my being gay to mean nothing to you. I want -- I don't want to be accepted or tolerated or understood. I just -- I want you to take my word for it, Mom, that my being gay -- it's no big deal. It's -- it's nothing you have to worry about any more than my being straight. Can you do that?
Erica: I -- I --
Bianca: No, you can't do it. I know you can't do it, Mom. And the best that you can do is to just promise that you'll get used to it and convince yourself that, hey, it could be worse and force yourself to not be embarrassed by who I am.
Erica: I have never been embarrassed by you. Not once. Never. You're my baby. I love you with all my heart.
Bianca: Mom, it doesn't feel like love. It feels like you're killing me.
Erica: Bianca, please. Please, don't go.
Bianca: I have to, Mom.
Erica: No, you can't just go like this.
Bianca: Mom, I don't want to hurt you. I donít. I just can't let you hurt me anymore. I can't let anybody hurt me anymore.
Erica: Of course not. And it's good that we talked like this. It's good. Because now I do understand. I mean, it's very good because we have cleared the air, and so now we can fix this.
Bianca: No, Mom. We can't fix it. Not today, anyway.
Erica: Well, when? When, Bianca?
Bianca: Mom, I can't do this anymore.
Erica: Are you going to her?
Bianca: Yes. Yes, I'm going to Frankie, Mom. She makes me feel good, like anything is possible. I never knew what it felt like to be loved the way that she loves me, Mom. But now I do, and I'm not going to give it up. Not for anybody, not even for you.
Erica: I don't want you to give it up. I don't, Bianca. I don't want you to give it up if you think that you love her. Just -- how can you be sure that it's the real thing? How are you sure of your feelings, that you truly love her? And don't think that I wouldn't talk to you like this if it were about a boy because I would. I swear that I would. Of course I would. And how are you sure that she loves you? Do you know that? Are you sure that she's not just telling you what she thinks you want to hear?
Bianca: Mom, what I have with Frankie is real.
Erica: How are you sure?
Bianca: Mom, I'm sure. I know. Because I'm not you.
Leo: Greenlee, you were so right. This whole time, you were so right about me trying to drive you out of my heart.
Greenlee: But you couldn't.
Leo: All I could think of, all I could dream about was you -- being with you like this, making love to you.
Greenlee: I always knew it, Leo. I knew it.
Leo: I always wanted you. I want you right now.
Tad: What exactly are you afraid of? J.R. is not going to self-destruct.
Dixie: You don't know that. You didn't see him, did you?
Tad: No, I didn't get a chance to, did I? Didn't you think about it? Didn't you think it would at least have been better for him if I'd been there when you told him about it?
Dixie: Well, I'm not going to discuss that with you, okay? It's done.
Tad: Even if it's not what he wants to hear or needs to hear, he's almost a grown man. Now, there's no point in letting your imagination run away with you. Kids don't automatically fall apart when their mothers and fathers split up.
Dixie: You're not his father.
Tad: Did you enjoy saying that? Did you enjoy saying that to me?
Dixie: I'm sorry.
Tad: No, that's fine. You're right. You're absolutely right. He's not my son. He's Adam's son. And you have made it perfectly clear lately that you think that there is no difference between me and Adam, no difference whatsoever.
Dixie: Well, whose fault is that when you just keep acting like him?
Tad: Yeah, well -- I guess I've been assuming a lot lately. I've been taking a lot of things for granted. You know, like I took for granted that you knew that I loved you more than anything in the entire world, that I consider your son my son, and if I had to, I would die for him.
Dixie: Well, then why did you throw it away? Why did you throw him away?
Tad: Do you want to know the truth? Do you really want to know the truth?
Dixie: No. You know what? I really don't want to hear your version of the truth.
Tad: You deserve to hear it, okay? The truth is I did what I did because as far as I'm concerned, as long as David is in Pine Valley, then the two of us are never going to be safe.
Dixie: You're afraid of David
Tad: No, I'm afraid of you. I'm afraid of the two of you together. You want to know why I threw us away? Why did you throw us away?
Jake: Okay, what are you doing, Tad?
Chris: How did it go?
Erica: My daughter doesn't believe that I love her.
Chris: Erica -- Erica, your daughter knows that you love her very, very much. You just need a break right now. Then later on, you can talk to her, you can reassure her that you don't think that Frankie is so bad and you're coming around with her.
Erica: Frankie told Bianca that she loves her. She wouldn't answer me when I asked her that question, but she did tell that to Bianca.
Chris: And you doubt it?
Erica: You should have seen Bianca's face when she talked about Frankie. Bianca said that Frankie loves her in a way that she's never been loved before. So I guess that Frankie could do that for Bianca and I couldn't.
Chris: Oh, no, please, don't do this to yourself.
Erica: Chris, what if I was wrong? What if Frankie is right for Bianca?
Vanessa: Oh, Erica. Is that why you wanted to see me? Well, your daughter and my niece an item. Actually, I couldn't be more thrilled. How about you?
Frankie: Oh, my God. Bianca. Oh, my God. Bianca!
J.R.: Ow! Oh! What?
Frankie: Just get out, okay?
J.R.: Was that Bianca?
Frankie: You know Bianca?
J.R.: Yeah, she's a friend of mine. What's she doing here?
Frankie: Just get dressed and leave.
J.R.: You want me to go after her?
J.R.: What's going on? Why are you so upset?
Frankie: Just -- just get out, all right?
J.R.: Okay, okay. I hear you. Damn, you're weird.
J.R.: You okay?
Frankie: You have to promise me not to say anything to anyone about this, okay? Especially Bianca. She's had -- she's dealt with enough gossip. Promise me you won't say anything.
J.R.: Okay. I promise.
Erica: Vanessa, I suggest you just turn right around and go back where you came from.
Vanessa: Oh, but you called me, dear.
Chris: This isn't a good time.
Vanessa: Why isn't it? I did assume you wanted to discuss the Frankie situation. And I, for one, am very eager to have peace between us, as always.
Erica: There is nothing to discuss.
Vanessa: Really? Well, so that I make certain that I don't misunderstand just now -- you've changed your mind about Frankie? I mean, truly, I couldn't be happier. I mean, they do make a lovely couple. I mean, your daughter, my niece. Although I'm a little surprised at your open-mindedness, which I had thought possibly might elude you, but -- actually, Erica, I think you're being very, very wise. I mean, what else can we do but bow to the inevitable?
Erica: Mr. Stamp, would you kindly escort Mrs. Cortlandt to the parking lot?
Chris: With both hands. Please, follow me.
Vanessa: Oh, well, I --
Erica: Yes, Val? Who? Oh, yes, please. Yes, put her through.
Frankie: Ms. Kane? Ms. Kane, we have to find her. Something horrible has happened.
Erica: What? Calm down, Frankie. What -- what is it? What's wrong? Is Bianca all right?
Frankie: She was here. And I wasn't expecting her. She came in and -- and she found me with another guy.
Erica: Oh, my God! Where is she?
Frankie: She ran out. She was upset.
Erica: Upset? You told her you loved her. She believed you.
Frankie: I'm sorry. I know this is bad.
Erica: You are disgusting! No, you are evil! You betrayed her in the worst possible way.
Frankie: Well, we have to find her. We have to find her now.
Erica: Don't you dare go anywhere near my daughter ever again. Do you understand me? My God, she loved you. I will kill you for this. I will kill you for hurting her like this!
Chris: What happened?
Erica: Bianca walked in -- Bianca walked in on Frankie with some boy.
Chris: Just wait a minute --
Erica: I canít. I have to go find her.
Chris: Do you remember what happened the last time you drove when you were this angry? I want to go with you.
Erica: No, not in my car. You go find her in a separate car, if you're willing to do that.
Chris: No, no, no, of course I will, but you got to promise me something -- you're going to keep a lid on it and you won't do anything to make matters worse. Promise me.
Erica: Oh, my God. How could matters be any worse?
Jake: Listen; maybe you could take this someplace else? Because you're starting to draw attention to yourselves.
Dixie: I'm sorry. You know, we'll shut up. I don't have anything left to say.
Tad: Well, I do, and I'll keep my voice down.
Jake: Well, Dixie doesn't want to talk anymore.
Tad: What is this? Two against one?
Jake: You know, Tad, I don't know what you're thinking, bringing this nut job Leslie Coulson back into your lives, all right? This woman tried to push her off a building. She kidnapped J.R. and she belongs behind bars. And you go tracking her down for what? So you could carry out some sort of revenge plan against David Hayward?
Tad: My family wasn't in any danger. I was the one she was trying to kill this time.
Jake: And that's actually acceptable to you?
Tad: Look, I'm going to talk to my wife. I don't want to argue with you.
Dixie: Well, you know what? I don't want to argue with you, okay? I want you to leave.
Jake: I think that's a good idea.
Dixie: Hey! J.R.
Dixie: What happened?
J.R.: I guess I need stitches after all.
Dixie: Are you okay? Does it hurt a lot?
Jake: Okay. Well, listen, why don't we get you in here. We'll check you out.
Dixie: All right. Come on, Sweetie.
Leo: I never thought I'd have this again. I never thought that I'd feel the way you make me feel.
Greenlee: Tell me more.
Leo: You're even more beautiful and adorable than I remember, you know that?
Greenlee: I loved it, too.
Leo: I love you. I love the way you fit under my arm just like this. You know, I had fantasies about this.
Greenlee: Oh, Leo, we wasted so much time.
Leo: How could we not know that we belong together?
Greenlee: We're two halves that make a whole.
Leo: There's nobody else that makes us feel so alive.
Greenlee: Remember how we used to say we were soul mates? And that we could really be ourselves around each other?
Leo: Yeah, and we said that we'd forgive each other no matter what?
Greenlee: We didn't do that.
Leo: Oh, yeah. But --
Greenlee: We know better now.
Leo and Greenlee: We do.
Leo: Greenlee, I'm going to do all I can to please you. You know, let's have a life where we can spend a lot of time together just making each other happy.
Greenlee: Well --
Leo: What do you say?
Greenlee: Sure. Sounds a little vague, though.
Leo: You are so right. I mean, why knock ourselves out here when we got the world waiting for us, you know?
Greenlee: So -- what were you thinking we should do?
Leo: We should go to Europe. Yeah, we'll just bounce from one watering hole to
the next watering hole and we'll just drift and be
Greenlee: For how long?
Leo: I don't know. Who cares? It doesn't matter. We'll just come back and then we'll go again. Greenlee, I want to make -- I want to make you so happy. I want it to be just like we were before but better.
Greenlee: I know, but --
Leo: No, no, no. No "buts." Okay? I want the old Greenlee back. What do you say? Are we in sync?
Leo: So, you're with me, right?
Greenlee: Of course I'm with you. It's just --
Greenlee: Well, after everything that's happened, I hope we've learned a few things.
Leo: I've learned a few things, all right. I've learned I'm never going to take you for granted again. No, sirree. Loving you is going to come first from now on. You can be sure. Okay, now, I want you to wait here, all right? Catch a nap.
Greenlee: A nap? Where are you going?
Leo: I'm just going to be gone for a little bit, okay? It's a surprise. An hour, tops, I promise.
Greenlee: An hour?
Leo: Greenlee, it's going to be well worth it. I promise you.
Dixie: Hey. How's the hand?
J.R.: Good to go.
Jake: I'll be the judge of that. Let me get someone from radiology.
Dixie: Okay. Jake, did he say how he hurt his hand again?
Jake: Dixie, maybe you can get it out of him. Listen, I want you to sit tight. I'll be right back.
J.R.: You're not going to give me a hard time about taking off, are you?
Dixie: No. I was just worried about you.
J.R.: Look, I'm sorry. I should have left a note or whatever.
Dixie: Listen, it's okay. I'm not trying to run your life. I just want to know that you're safe.
J.R.: I'm sorry for the way --
Dixie: Listen --
J.R.: Go. Sorry. What?
Dixie: No, you go ahead.
J.R.: Well, I'm sorry for the way that I acted at the boathouse. It was stupid.
Dixie: Well, it's okay. I mean, you were being honest. I can't tell you how many times I wanted to put my fist through a wall.
J.R.: That's what everybody says.
J.R.: Never mind. So, you still feel like putting your fist through a wall?
Dixie: Not right this minute.
J.R.: That's something.
Dixie: Things are going to get better. I promise.
J.R.: You know, what happened wasn't your fault, Mom.
Dixie: Try not to take it out on Tad, okay? We'll deal with our problems ourselves.
J.R.: If Tad hurts you, he hurts me.
Dixie: I love you, you know that?
J.R.: I love you, too.
Bianca's voice: Are you upset because I said I think I love you?
Frankie: No one's ever said that to me before.
Bianca: You mean, the other people that you dated -- it wasn't that serious?
Frankie: I'm not talking about the other people that I've dated, Bianca. No one in my life -- no one in my life has ever said "I love you." No one. Until now.
Erica's voice: I heard you with Frankie. I heard you tell her that you love her.
Bianca's voice: Yes, Mom. That's right. I love her. And she loves me.
Erica's voice: She told you that she loves you?
Bianca's voice: Yes. Yes, Mom. She loves me. Me. Finally, after all these years, I have somebody who loves me back.
Erica's voice: You told her you loved her. She believed you.
Frankie's voice: I'm sorry. I know this is bad.
Erica's voice: You are disgusting! No, you are evil! You betrayed her in the worst possible way.
Frankie's voice: Well, we have to find her. We have to find her now.
Erica's voice: Don't you dare go anywhere near my daughter ever again. Do you understand me? My God, she loved you. I will kill you for this. I will kill you for hurting her like this!
Leo: Dinner is served.
Greenlee: Leo, where did you go?
Leo: The Valley Inn. I talked to my French chef Marcel, and he said, "Oh, Leo, it's so good to have you back." And I said, "You got that right, buddy." All right, Greens, I got all your favorites. I got filet mignon, very rare. Truffles in tyrolienne sauce.
Leo: And pears flambť au caramel.
Greenlee: Just like when Gramps took me to Maxim's for my 16th birthday in Paris.
Leo: The best night of your life, it was. Up till now. So --
Greenlee: Chateau Mantelini 1983. Leo, this is perfect.
Leo: Here, let me open it for you. Everything's perfect, Greenlee.
Greenlee: Here, give it to me. I'll do it quicker.
Leo: Patience. Patience is a virtue. Okay, taste buds, prepare yourselves to be seduced by the subtle yet saucy Chateau Mantelini 1983.
Jake: I can't do this.
Greenlee: Why not?
Jake: Because if I do, I'm going to fall in love with you.
Leo: Hey. I recall asking you a question, but I don't recall an answer.
Greenlee: Oh. Yes. Mmm. Mmm. It's delicious.
Leo: So, what's it going to be, Ms. Smythe? Are you going to make me the happiest man in the world? Will you marry me?
Jesse: It's going to take some time.
Tad: Yeah, I guess so. Considering the poor kid won't even talk to me.
Jesse: Well, the poor kid's been through a lot.
Tad: Yeah, it's all my fault. I put him and Dixie through this whole thing.
Jesse: Yeah, well, you get no argument there, man.
Tad: Yeah, well, I did ask you to stick around to help me get my wife back.
Jesse: And I'm working on it. Hello. You're not making it very easy, you know, there, Sparky.
Jake: All right, only a few stitches this time.
J.R.: Yeah, just five.
Dixie: Great. So, can we go now?
Jake: Yeah. Actually, if you want to go out and sign those insurance forms, we'll get you out of here.
Jake: Hold on a minute. There's something else.
Jake: I want you back in here tomorrow to see me, all right? You and I are going to talk, just the two of us.
Jake: Because you're high, J.R. Don't even try it. You're stoned now, and you weren't when Dixie brought you in here earlier.
J.R.: You going to tell Mom?
Jake: I don't know yet. You just be back in here first thing in the morning, you understand?
J.R.: Hey. Let's go.
Dixie: Thank you.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
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Roger: Would it surprise you if I told you I'm here because of you?
Greenlee: I have to tell you something about Leo and me.
Erica: Am I under arrest?
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