All My Children Transcript Monday 2/4/02
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Ryan: Next time you're in town, don't bother looking me up. Have a nice life.
Jake: I'm out of your life, all right? How much more clear can I make it to you?
Greenlee: Leo needs to know you're not a threat.
Leo: This is even heavier than it was when we pulled it out of Vanessa’s suite. What's it doing out in the middle of the lake?
Vanessa: You? You're alive.
[Motorcycle engine runs]
[Motorcycle engine stops]
[Loud rock music plays]
Ryan: Frankly, I'm relieved.
Kendall: Is that right?
Ryan: I thought, "Could Mr. Wolfe have possibly rented out this room to another inconsiderate woman with horrible taste in music?"
Kendall: Well, this looks like your lucky day, six pack.
Ryan: What are you doing here?
Kendall: I'm staying.
Kendall: Thanks for the thumbs up.
Ryan: Why? You don't need my permission to live your life.
Kendall: I know.
Ryan: Well, this is a complete 180. Last time I saw you, you had your bags packed, you were on your way to the airport.
Kendall: Things changed.
Ryan: What things?
Kendall: Oh, honey. You care.
Ryan: No. I don’t. What's your angle, Kendall? Seriously, who are you going to stick it to this time?
Leo: What the -- this is Larry’s. How the hell did -- hey --
Jake: Looks like trouble, Leo.
Jake: What mess you trying to hide this time?
Vanessa: Oh, stop that!
Girl: Mr. Steele?
Donald: Yes, dear? Pleasure to meet you.
Girl: Did you set this up?
Girl: It's Maggie. What, you forgot?
Greenlee: Uh, who?
Maggie: Okay, you want to explain what's going on here?
Donald: Hey, this is not much of a family reunion here, is it?
Greenlee: Steele, what have you done here?
Maggie: Okay, look, I don't know who you are, but I guess you knew my sister since you seem so freaked out to see me.
Greenlee: Your sister?
Maggie: Okay. What's the game, Vanessa? What's going on here?
Vanessa: Maggie, I --
Greenlee: You're Frankie's sister?
Maggie: Her twin, obviously. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Greenlee: No. Don't be. You had no idea that you had another niece? Frankie's twin?
Vanessa: Please, I did not forget! You people, I swear -- all right, Donald, what are you trying to do, really?
Donald: Well, I figured what was supposed to happen here would.
Maggie: Hold it, you told me. You told me you had information about my sister's death.
Vanessa: You did what? Steele?
Greenlee: Uh, Maggie, is it?
Greenlee: This guy makes stuff up for a living. He works for "The Exposer," and I think you've been had.
Maggie: Oh, yeah. That's what you think.
Greenlee: I'm trying to straighten it out for you.
Maggie: Okay, my sister died, and you all think this is some sort of joke?
Greenlee: No, I don’t.
Vanessa: All right, Maggie, Maggie, your sister -- your mother didn't even let me know to expect you.
Maggie: Oh, shut the hell up, Vanessa. All right? Did you know my sister?
Donald: Not really, but tell me, when did she first come out to you and your mother? Or was her affair with Bianca Montgomery her first foray into the world of homosexuality?
Maggie: You know what? That's a good question. Yeah, let me answer that for you. After I'm dead, too.
Chris: Don't be stupid, Mateo!
Mateo: You set me up, Proteus!
Simone: Oh, God!
Simone: Oh, Mateo!
Chris: Don't move!
Mateo: You put those drugs in my safe. You're the only person that had the combination to the safe.
Chris: Wasn't me.
Mateo: I trusted you. I trusted you, and you ruined everything!
Chris: Mateo --
Mateo: You ruined everything!
Chris: Don't move!
Derek: What's going on here? Go ahead.
Chris: Grab him.
Derek: Stamp, what the hell are you doing?
Mateo: He set me up, Derek. Ask him. Ask him. Why don't you tell him who you are? Huh? Tell him who you are!
Derek: I know who he is, Mateo. Stamp, look, I got a call that a drug deal was going down here. What the hell went wrong?
Chris: Nothing. You go check the safe in his office --
Simone: Oh --
Chris: And you'll find what you came here for.
Mateo: No, Derek. Derek, he set me up.
Donald: Who do you think you are? You can't do this.
Maggie: I just did. Are you ever not in trouble?
Vanessa: Just a minute, young lady --
Maggie: You know what? Don't even start with me. Did you set this up? What, a slow week on the society pages or something?
Greenlee: Look at you.
Vanessa: I assure you, I had absolutely nothing to do with this. Donald, what are you trying to do here?
Donald: Look, Erica Kane may be free, but this story is not dead. And your conspicuous absence after you testified at the trial for your niece's cold-blooded murder just kind of got me to thinking --
Vanessa: I had nothing more to contribute.
Maggie: Tell me then, Vanessa.
Vanessa: Mary Frances was gone --
Maggie: What did you contribute to Frankie while she was here? Anything? Did you ever take her to dinner? Tell her that she had someone to count on if she ever got into trouble? Ever let her know that she had family here?
Donald: All right, this is not a tight-knit bunch of people, is it?
Maggie: You want to get out of here before I smash your camera again?
Donald: Whoa, whoa. Listen, I got the story and I got at least one good picture, so thank you.
Vanessa: Maggie, Maggie darling, this whole thing was a terrible --
Maggie: Yeah, so terrible that you didn't even think to call your own sister and let her know that her daughter died?
Vanessa: I did try --
Maggie: I heard the only people who ever thought about even having a service for my sister was -- was David Hayward and Leo du Pres? Come on, they barely even knew the two of us existed.
Greenlee: Maggie, I'm Leo’s fiancée, Greenlee Smythe. And he was really upset about your sister.
Maggie: How could you let this happen?
Vanessa: Oh, come on, darling, "let it happen?" You know, at the time I wasn't even speaking with Mary Frances.
Maggie: Yeah, I heard you wanted to get her right out of town. She called me and left a message and said she was okay and that she spoke to Aunt Vanessa. And she said that you wanted to get her out of town.
Greenlee: Nice, Vanessa.
Maggie: Put her on a plane.
Vanessa: No, no, no, no, no. I was worried about her, dear. I thought she should be home!
Maggie: She doesn't have a home, Vanessa. But you wouldn't know that. No, because you don't talk to your sister. Do you ever think about anyone other than yourself?
Greenlee: We haven't seen it yet.
Vanessa: Oh, me on, stop it, the both of you!
Maggie: My sister died alone. Alone, Vanessa. Did you ever think about calling anyone? Letting us know so we could have a service for her? You know, you're just a heartless bitch.
Vanessa: All right. You never speak to me like that again, you little brat, do you hear me? Ever.
Leo: What, are you following me, Jake?
Jake: Following you? Why's that, Leo?
Leo: Oh, I don't know. To see Greenlee, maybe?
Jake: No, I'm here to see a boat. You and Greenlee are the last things on my mind, I promise you.
Leo: What the hell are you going to do with that wet trunk there?
Leo: Treasure hunting. Go see your boat.
Jake: Can I give you a hand?
Leo: Not from you, thanks. Don't you have a job, like a really important one with the hospital or something?
Jake: Yeah, I have a job. What about you?
Leo: Do I look like I have time for whatever this is?
Jake: Let me ask you a question.
Leo: Can I stop you?
Jake: What is it that you say to these women that actually makes them think that you're not a grifter?
Leo: Oh, for God's sakes, Jake, just get out of the way so I can move this thing, please.
Jake: No, really, I mean it, Leo. I mean it. What's the appeal? You have no money, just the appearance of it. You have no direction, just the desire to play. I don't get it. Do you actually think that I buy that you're settling down with Greenlee?
Leo: Look, I don't care what you buy.
Jake: Oh, I'm sure you don't. You know, Laura didn't even want to stick around this town after you were through undoing her.
Leo: I don't have time for this! I got important things that I'm trying to do if you haven't noticed!
Jake: Oh, yeah? What kind of things? "Fishing crap out of the lake in the middle of winter" kind of things? Is that what it is? Just tell me something. What's going on with Greenlee?
Leo: What about Greenlee?
Jake: What, she sits at home and tries to figure out your relationship issues, is that it?
Leo: What the hell are you rambling about now?
Jake: Your fiancée is worried about your relationship. Yeah, you need to open your eyes, Leo.
Leo: And you know this how?
Jake: You really want to know?
Leo: Yeah, I really want to know. Was she telling you about me? About us? What?
Jake: You know what? On second thought, I'm going to let you two work this out on your own.
Leo: No, no, no, you can't just walk in here and drop a bomb like that and just leave. Forget it. Tell me what you were going to tell me.
Jake: All right, you want to know? You want to know what she said to me --
Jake: About you? She said, "Tell Leo not to be threatened by my relationship with you." She said, "Tell him that you're not a threat to us." All right, I said it. I did my job. You're on your own.
Leo: When did this happen?
Jake: Yeah, today. And it's the second time in one day that she's come to me asking me to help her hold onto you. And you want to know something? I'm sick of it. I'm sick of her, I'm sick of you, and you need to get control of your relationship and leave me the hell out of it, do you understand?
Kendall: Why do you always think I have an angle? Did it ever occur to you that maybe I want to stay here and, I don't know, make things right?
Ryan: With who? Your mom?
Kendall: Unless Lourdes has a Pine Valley branch, don't count on that miracle any time soon.
Ryan: Interesting. All of it very interesting. What could she possibly have in mind?
Kendall: My turn for a question.
Ryan: All right, I'm an open book. Nut?
Kendall: You rode in here tonight on a motorcycle.
Ryan: You are so clever.
Kendall: But you -- you bought a new one already off that poor kid's dime?
Ryan: That "poor kid" is an heir to a fortune, Kendall.
Kendall: Yeah, but you -- I thought you said that you wanted him to buy a new bike with the money he earned at a burger joint or something like that, or else you'd rat him out to his dad.
Ryan: Life lessons from Ryan. These are very good, you know, they're full of protein. When was the last time you ate anything with protein in it, Kendall?
Kendall: You're worried about my diet?
Ryan: Well, I see the pizza man come here, like, three times a night.
Kendall: Are you through?
Ryan: No. You? Come on. Kendall, tell me your plan for your mom.
Kendall: I don't have one.
Ryan: Yeah. Seriously, let me in on the secret. I mean, who else is this interested in you without waving an arrest warrant in your face?
Kendall: I have no revenge fantasies. She killed the fun when she went after me.
Ryan: So now you're going after her daughter? That's it, isn't it? You're going after Binkie.
Kendall: In case you haven't noticed, there is nothing to "get" from Binkie. Look, you want the big reveal?
Ryan: Yes, please.
Kendall: I am not going after my mother. The past is past.
Kendall: No, it's true. And as far as Binkie is concerned, I ruined it with her. You were there, you saw it, you know what happened. I completely lost my cool with Bianca, and now she doesn't trust me any more than our -- than her mother does. You don't believe me.
Ryan: Kendall, I've been living next to you now for a while, and I've seen you almost burn down this place twice. I read the transcript of the heartwarming testimony you gave at your mother's murder trial, and I saw you almost go into spasm when you found out she's not guilty. How could I believe a word of this and still respect myself in the morning?
Kendall: I don't suppose you'd buy that I'm here to seek enlightenment?
Ryan: Yeah, right. It's money. That's it, right? You need dough.
Kendall: Actually, I just came into some.
Ryan: Like what? From the heavens?
Kendall: Almost. But it won't last forever, so, you -- you have any leads on jobs?
Ryan: For you?
Kendall: I don't see you getting yourself one anytime soon.
Ryan: Ha-ha. Well, what can you do?
Kendall: So I've been told.
Ryan: Wow. That must mean that you are really good at waiting tables.
Kendall: I am not against hard work.
Ryan: Well, I know a place that's looking.
Kendall: Really? Where?
Ryan: Sorry. Okay what? Okay, yeah, you're interested? Or okay that you're going to go there and apply for a job?
Kendall: I can do anything for a while. Give me a ride there.
Ryan: Oh. I get what this is. You just want to get on the back of that beautiful piece of machinery I have parked out front. That's what this is all about.
Kendall: Sure, that's it. That's it, six-pack. Nothing excites me more than freezing my butt off on the back of a bike and picking the bugs out of my teeth on arrival. I just need a ride and you're here, so, whatever.
Ryan: There's actually one perk to all this.
Kendall: Really? Just one?
Ryan: Yeah, just one. If you get this job, you'll be working nights, and then, well, maybe I can get some sleep at night.
Kendall: Why is that? Distracts you to have me so close when you're in bed?
Ryan: It distracts me to have a smoking-in-bed, loud-music-playing nut job living next to me. Come on, let's go. I hear the uninterrupted sleep calling me.
Kendall: You are such a pain in the --
Ryan: I know. I know.
Derek: You want to talk now or after you get a lawyer?
Simone: Don't say a word, Mateo, not now.
Derek: It's cocaine. There's a lot of it. It's not as easy to get as it used to be. Is it yours?
Chris: It's his.
Derek: Look, Mateo, this right here alone is worth, what, 200,000 on the street? What's it doing in your safe?
Mateo: I don't know. Why don't you ask Agent Stamp?
Simone: Okay, that's it. Hey, Derek, this is a setup.
Derek: You know about this, too?
Chris: She's his girlfriend. What do you think she's going to say?
Derek: Look, Stamp, you're not helping.
Chris: Hey, this isn't yours anymore. It's my collar now.
Derek: Excuse me?
Chris: You place Mr. Santos under arrest or I will.
Derek: Look, Stamp, I want to get all the facts before I jump to some kind of wrong conclusion.
Chris: Lieutenant, this case isn't yours.
Derek: And why is that?
Chris: It's under federal jurisdiction.
Chris: Lieutenant, we have been monitoring this drug ring for months.
Derek: I know that, but you don't have the authority --
Chris: I don't have the what?
Derek: You don't have the authority --
Chris: Lieutenant, you arrest Mr. Santos now for drug possession, intent to distribute, and assaulting a federal agent or I will! Understood?
Simone: I'm going to call Edmund. I'm going to call someone --
Chris: No, no, you're being brought in for questioning.
Simone: Chris, you don't get it --
Chris: You don't get it! Lt. Frye, arrest Mr. Santos now.
Derek: You're under arrest. You have the right to remain silent. Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law. You have the right to an attorney and to have an attorney present during questioning. If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be provided for you free of charge prior to questioning.
Leo: Well, thanks, Doc. I'll be sure to let Greenlee know you delivered the message.
Jake: I'm just trying to put an end to all of the back-and-forth --
Leo: No, you're trying to pull another one of your martyr acts by showing Greenlee how selfless you are and how undeserving I really am. Well, bravo. You happy?
Jake: You know, as usual, Leo, you don't even hear what she's trying to say to you --
Leo: No, what I hear is another one of your sanctimonious preaches about how right everything is in Martinville and how wrong it is everywhere else, especially near me!
Jake: You don't even know what you're talking about.
Leo: Oh, I don't?
Leo: You don't think that I can see through you? You pretend that you don't care and you act like you're better than me and everyone else who wasn't born under the caring sign of Joe and Ruth Martin, the only parents in North America who actually know what they're doing, right?
Jake: What are you even going on about? What is this about?
Leo: And then you wonder why she picked me over you? You, the stable one, me, the loser. You, the supportive one, me, the selfish user, right? Well, here's the reason -- she was probably worried, probably scared, that you and all your goodness would rise into heaven to give God himself advice. I mean, how the hell is she supposed to live up to that?
Jake: That is the most absurd thing I've ever heard.
Leo: Yeah, you just can't handle the fact that we actually love each other.
Jake: You know what, Leo? I'm fully aware of how Greenlee feels about you.
Leo: Oh, yeah. And you know what? You hate it, don't you? You hate it because you can't figure it out. I mean, all I have to give her is me. And you can give her everything else, so how did I win? Did it ever occur to you that it might just be true love, Jake?
Jake: You know, I'm really sorry that I came here today.
Leo: Yeah, well, that makes two of us.
Leo: Aah! For the love of God, what's in here?
Mia: That was some exchange, huh?
Jake: Oh, just -- how long have you been here?
Mia: A little too long.
Jake: I'm sorry you had to hear all that.
Mia: Really? I'm sorry that you didn't answer Leo’s last question.
Jake: Yeah? I don't even remember what he was asking, so --
Mia: Are you sure? Because it was a good question. He asked you if you believe that he and Greenlee are really, truly in love. Do you believe that?
Maggie: Do you want to get into this with me, Vanessa?
Vanessa: Oh, Maggie, Maggie darling, I'm -- I'm sorry. You must be grieving so --
Maggie: Yeah, my sister's dead.
Vanessa: I know, and it was -- it was so tragic.
Maggie: You know she could've had someone here, and she didn't.
Greenlee: Uh, Maggie? Frankie wasn't alone. I mean, from what I've heard, she was pretty tight with Bianca. I just mean, you know, she wasn't alone. She was okay. You know, until that night.
Maggie: Did you know her?
Greenlee: No. No, I met her, but she wasn't exactly --
Maggie: Warm? Yeah. I know. She was really tough on the outside, but on the inside she was just a big mess.
Greenlee: She seemed a little lost.
Maggie: She was, and I -- well, she didn't let me in, either. Not for long, anyway.
Vanessa: Well, darling, I mean, maybe you can stop blaming yourself now, huh?
Maggie: I'm not blaming myself, Vanessa. God, you know, if I was here, I could've helped her, but, you know --
Vanessa: But I didn't know any of this was going on. She never opened up to me.
Maggie: Did you ever let her?
Vanessa: I don't know what you want from me!
Maggie: You know what? Neither do I. I came here to find out something about my sister's death or to feel close to her or -- or just to accept that she was finally gone, and why I thought seeing you might do that, I will have no idea.
Kendall: So you think you have an in with the owner?
Ryan: I know the owner. I wouldn't exactly say I have an in with him.
Kendall: But you said that he needed help.
Kendall: This place isn't exactly crawling with customers.
Ryan: No. Well, I think that there's a -- whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. What is this? Mateo, what's going on? What the -- what the hell's going on? Derek, what?
Derek: I can't talk right now, Ryan.
Ryan: Did you do this?
Chris: Just doing my job.
Ryan: Which one? You had Mateo arrested?
Chris: It looks that way.
Ryan: For what?
Chris: Drugs. Sound familiar?
Mia: I'm sorry. The last thing that I want to seem is desperate.
Jake: You're not desperate.
Mia: I hope not. I came here to meet you, remember?
Jake: I know. I know, I remember.
Mia: To see a guy about a boat.
Jake: Yeah. He hasn't shown up yet.
Mia: No. Just Leo, huh?
Jake: Yeah, just Leo. Guess I kind of baited him.
Mia: You did?
Jake: I don't know, he brings me to it. I just -- I can't help myself.
Mia: Well, maybe it's a good thing.
Jake: Maybe it's a what?
Mia: Maybe it's a good thing.
Jake: How is it a good thing?
Mia: It makes you human.
Jake: Well -- all right, all right, I'm human, I guess. All you have to do is count all of my mistakes.
Mia: You know, maybe you ought to rethink all this.
Jake: Rethink what? The boat?
Mia: Well, it's a big step buying a boat.
Jake: Yeah. Mia, I bought a boat before.
Mia: I know, and then you sold it.
Mia: Because you weren't ready to leave everything that you had here behind.
Jake: What are you getting at?
Mia: Are you ready now? Or are there still too many things in Pine Valley that you care about to leave?
Kendall: So my in for this waitressing gig just got hauled off in handcuffs. What do you think my chances are now?
Ryan: He's sort of a friend of mine, Kendall, all right?
Kendall: Okay. And your other "friend," Agent Stamp, seemed to be leading the charge. What do you think about that?
Ryan: Look, I got to go.
Kendall: Go where?
Ryan: Listen, I'll talk to you later, okay?
Kendall: Okay, but wait. Wait -- how am I supposed to get back? What -- what the hell was that?
Kendall: Does Ryan Lavery have a tab here?
Bartender: Yeah. You with him?
Kendall: I am now. Champagne. Uh -- open a fresh one.
Vanessa: Maggie, I don't know what I could ever do to make it up to you, but I will try.
Leo: Who are you?
Maggie: Are you Leo?
Vanessa: Leo, it's okay, darling. This is Mary Margaret, Frankie's twin.
Leo: Yeah -- oh, yeah. I'm -- well, I'm -- I'm sorry.
Maggie: I know we met before, but I'm sorry, I really don't remember it.
Leo: You were just -- you and Frankie were just kids.
Maggie: Yeah, I know.
Greenlee: Leo, Donald Steele set her up.
Leo: Ohh. How?
Maggie: I got this note from him, and he said that he had information about my twin's murder. Apparently all he wanted was some dysfunctional portrait of me and your mother.
Leo: Were you in on this?
Vanessa: Leo, the very thought --
Maggie: Apparently, she isn't, just like when Frankie was here.
Leo: Maggie, I blew it, too. I mean, when -- when Frankie was here, I had a lot going on, too. I was getting divorced and -- well, I didn't really spend any time with her at all. I just wish -- look, I'm really sorry. I should've called you.
Maggie: I wish someone had -- before Donald Steele at least.
Leo: Look, I know that I blew it with Frankie. But maybe -- that's lame, I'm sorry. Look, I know that I can't make it up to you or to Frankie, obviously, but -- no, it's too late.
Maggie: Maybe not for us. Look, I was mad, I lost it on your mother, and I really had no right.
Vanessa: Well, finally.
Maggie: I mean, look. I really didn't even know anything about my own sister. She was gay, first of all. And she had a drug problem, and I didn't know any of it. And now she's gone. It just -- you know what it is? It just feels like the old days, you know. She just ran away again, and she's going to come back.
Leo: Sometimes when you lose someone, you see them everywhere.
Kendall: Yeah, and sometimes they actually show up.
Leo: Could you leave us alone? I need to talk to my mother for a minute. Would you mind going to have a cheeseburger over --
Greenlee: Leo, I really should be with you.
Leo: Greenlee, I really, really need you to help me here. Please.
Greenlee: Maggie, should we get a table?
Leo: Okay, no bull, Mother.
Leo: I want answers right now.
Vanessa: Beg your pardon?
Mateo: Did you talk to Edmund?
Simone: They haven't given me a chance.
Mateo: All right, don't. Let's just see how this thing plays out.
Simone: Mateo, they arrested you.
Mateo: I know, I know, just --
Simone: Chris cannot pull this off and still be Proteus. He can't. I mean, he's throwing around that whole fed stuff way too easy. There's no way.
Mateo: He railroaded me into getting arrested. You saw that. What do you think that means?
Simone: Well, he obviously didn't -- he saw the drugs, but he doesn't know it's a setup. Obvious.
Mateo: All right, just sit tight. Sit tight. Hey, Derek. You don't look happy.
Derek: Yeah, Mateo. I got a call from the police commissioner. This is now officially a federal case.
Simone: Wait -- wait a minute.
Derek: It falls under the jurisdiction of the RICO Act.
Simone: Lieutenant --
Derek: It's out of my hands.
Mateo: Which means I can kiss my rights good-bye.
Derek: Look, Mateo, Stamp's in charge. Just lawyer up fast, okay?
Mateo: All right.
Derek: We're still going to hold you for questioning. Would you put her in one of the interrogation rooms, please? A federal agent is on her way.
Simone: Mateo --
Mateo: Go. Go. Just do what they say. Please, go.
Vanessa: Well, darling, whatever you want to talk about, I hope it's good news because this has been some night, you know. I mean, Mary Margaret’s sudden appearance and all has me completely --
Leo: Are you sleeping more, Mother?
Leo: I mean, now that you've downsized and you've got all of your books back. You know, all those books?
Vanessa: Leo, what --
Leo: The trunk. You know, the trunk that David and I almost threw our backs out trying to haul out of your suite? Out to your car? Do you remember that?
Leo: Had all your books in it, right?
Vanessa: It did, yes.
Leo: So where are they?
Vanessa: What, the books?
Leo: Yes, mother, the books. Where are they?
Vanessa: You -- you know, between you and your brother, I really can't take this anymore, Darling.
Leo: Take what?
Vanessa: Take -- no. I -- I -- I'm just going home. You know, whatever you're going to attack me for, forget it.
Leo: What, are you going to go read?
Vanessa: All right, you go over there and you just speak to your cousin. She doesn't want anything to do with me. No, doesn't want to deal with me at all, any more than my two children do! No!
Greenlee: Everything okay?
Leo: Doesn't matter. Listen, Maggie, you know who Bianca is, right?
Maggie: Yeah. Well, I read about her in the trial.
Leo: Well, she was one of my -- she is one of my best friends, and I know Frankie meant a lot to her.
Maggie: And you want me to meet her, don't you?
Leo: Well, yeah, I think that might be a good idea. Do you want to?
Maggie: Yes. I do.
Leo: Okay. Okay. Well, maybe I can set it up.
Maggie: Sure. But --
Leo: But the thing is, I don't -- I'm not sure Frankie ever told Bianca about you.
Maggie: I'm sure she didn’t.
Leo: So I think that it might be a good idea if I set it up because it's going to be a huge surprise to Bianca when she sees you for the first time. So I just think it'd be a lot more comfortable if -- okay?
Jake: So you want to know if I'm over Greenlee enough to leave town?
Mia: In a word.
Jake: I'm working on it.
Mia: Well, at least you're honest.
Jake: You want to come with me? I mean, on this boat that I haven't yet seen and haven't yet bought?
Mia: I'm thinking I might.
Jake: Okay. That's good.
Mia: I just want to know where I'm at, you know, and where you're at. Is that okay?
Jake: Absolutely. I'm looking ahead. How about you?
Mia: Same place.
Jake: Really? That's good. That's good. You know, that's damn good. All right. Well, now that we have that established, let's go find that guy and talk about that boat.
Jack: Excuse me, Officer, I just got a page that there had been a major arrest in the drug --
Jack: Excuse me. What's going on, Mateo? Derek, what the hell is this about?
Derek: You're going to have to talk to the agent in charge.
Jack: Agent Stamp.
Chris: Jackson, you're going to want to take a look at these papers. Under the aegis of RICO, things happen very quickly, Mr. Santos. Mr. Santos here has a private banking account set up in the Cayman Islands, where he took his family on vacation not too long ago. Didn't you? Nice, huh? Check it out.
Mateo: You got all the answers, huh? You didn't waste any time pinning this one on me, did you? Go ahead. Tell Jack what you think.
Chris: Sure. If you're not Proteus, you're seated to his right. Aren't you? When this thing was sweet.
Leo: David, I'm not kidding. Call me right now.
Greenlee: "Hi"? What's going on tonight, Leo? First, Frankie's twin shows up and your mother nearly passes out. And then you come in here all wet, asking to speak to the dragon lady. And now you're all about making Maggie feel good, and, hello, remember me, your fiancée?
Leo: I talked to Jake.
Leo: Why didn't you tell me you went to see him about us, Greens? You just -- forget it. Tell me later.
Greenlee: No. Okay, wait.
Leo: Maggie, do you need a place to stay tonight?
Maggie: Something tells me that that would be a huge crowd.
Greenlee: No, no.
Greenlee: I'm fine. You're family. Why not?
Kendall: Bianca, it's Kendall. Wait, wait, wait, wait. Don't hang up, please. Listen, I have to see you. No. No, no, no. I'm dead serious. This is the most important thing I've ever had to tell you. I need to see you in person. Yes. Now.
Chris: He's processed. Lock him up.
Mateo: I get a phone call, Stamp.
Chris: No. You get what you deserve.
Hayley: Which is exactly what, Chris?
Mateo: Hayley --
Hayley: This is over now.
Mateo: Shut your mouth.
Hayley: I will not! This game is ending -- right now!
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Chris: My office, please.
Ryan: You know what you're doing is wrong.
David: You can both ruin me. You have enough information to end my career.
Greenlee: I'll give you the phone when you tell me what's going on.
Kendall: Mommy's little sweetheart is going to get the surprise of her life.