AMC Transcript Tuesday 3/5/02

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 3/5/02

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>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Chris: You hate me, and just because I can't walk, you want to make nice with me now? I'm not interested.

Marian: Are you here alone, Vanessa?

Jake: Vanessa got away.

Leo: This wasn't the day to play hero.

Jake: You want me just to go ahead and let you shoot your mother? I didn't do it to save Vanessa.

Greenlee: He did it to save you.

Anna: It's your mother. There's been an accident.

Kendall: Pack your bags, blue eyes. It's moving day.

Ryan: What are you talking about?

Kendall: I have reserved us two rooms at the Motel Eight, Route 23, outside Center City.

Ryan: What?

Kendall: Yes, we have a lovely view of Angie's Bowling Palace, plus they've got chocolate milk in the vending machines. I know. I checked. So come on, step lively before they give our rooms away.

Ryan: You're not kidding, are you?

Kendall: Would I kid about chocolate milk in the vending machines?

Ryan: Wait, wait, wait, wait. Who told you that I wanted to move?

Kendall: Of course you want to move. Your father was shot outside that door. Don't pretend you can ignore that.

Ryan: Okay, let's say that I can’t. That gives me a reason to move. Now, why would you come with me?

Anna: Good. You're awake.

Chris: No, I wasn't.

Anna: And now you are. So I have evidence that will clear David.

Chris: Too late, Devane.

Anna: What do you mean, too late?

Chris: You don't get to play Joan of Arc today. I've already spoken to my superiors. They're clearing things with the local cops, and your boyfriend, David, should be released any minute.

Anna: Great.

Chris: You're welcome.

Anna: I'm glad to see you're finally doing your job.

Chris: Look; if you think this case has been placed in a box and wrapped up with a pretty pink ribbon, you're wrong. I got more news for you.

Greenlee: Can we please go home, Lieutenant? I mean, you've asked us every question in the English language. You even took our blood for evidence. I'd like to get some sleep.

Jake: Come on, Derek, we've been here all night. We'll be available if you need us.

Derek: All right. All right. That's all for now.

Greenlee: Thank you. Thank you.

Derek: But I will have some more questions for you after you're rested up. Leo, you're free to go, too.

Leo: I'm going to stick around, get the final word on Vanessa, see where they're going to take the body so I can see her.

Jake: Let's go.

Derek: I do have some more questions for you, Dr. Hayward.

David: My life is an open book, Lieutenant.

Derek: Excuse me; I'll be right back.

David: We're going to be all right, Leo.

Leo: I held a gun on her.

David: You what?

Leo: I held a gun on her so she wouldn't escape.

David: Our mother was crazy, Leo. She was out of her mind.

Leo: Yeah, I know, but I just -- I just wonder if my holding a gun on her made things worse.

David: What's going to hurt more, Leo, knowing that holding a gun on our mother had a terrible effect on her or that it had none at all? We didn't matter to her, neither one of us. She never loved us. She only loved herself.

Derek: I have some news. As you know, my officers couldn't get to your mother's actual accident site because the fire was burning hot in the bottom of the ravine.

David: Okay.

Derek: She wasn't in the passenger's seat.

David: What -- what does that mean? What? Did she escape?

Derek: No, no, she was thrown from the car. We have her in an ambulance.

Leo: What -- so she's alive?

Derek: Yes. Your mother's alive.

Kendall: You're not the only one who saw Chris get shot.

Ryan: I realize that. I'm sure it wasn't fun for you, either.

Kendall: Got that right. And I have the nightmares to prove it.

Ryan: Oh, I get it. You're just laying the groundwork to sue Proteus. Or is it FBI?

Kendall: I'm not kidding. You think I want to have to step over blood stains every time I come home? And, of course, now that I know about the choice selections of that vending machine, come on, let's pack!

Ryan: I'm not doing anything, all right, Kendall? I got too much stuff to figure out.

Kendall: Oh, I can help you there, too. "I'm not who I thought I was, so who am I really? My parents are total strangers. Is that why I'm so screwed up?"

Ryan: Yes, I suppose you could help me with that, couldn't you?

Kendall: My advice -- get over it quick.

Ryan: Oh, you mean, like you have?

Kendall: Well, at least I can concentrate on things other than my own navel -- as adorable as yours is, I'm sure.

Ryan: Kendall, would you mind leaving me, please? I'm asking very nicely.

Kendall: What exactly are you figuring out?

Ryan: I'm trying to establish a time line. I mean, if Stamp is telling the truth, if he really is my father, then my mom and dad were married while they were together and while I was conceived, but they stayed married. They stayed married for years before Stamp killed my dad.

Kendall: Well, why can't that be?

Ryan: It can. It's just -- it explains a whole lot. I mean, if my dad knew about me my whole life, then maybe that's why he hated me so much. Looks like he had pretty good reason to knock me around all the time.

Kendall: Your dad -- he beat you?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, I mean, you know, not so it showed.

Anna: She's alive, huh?

Chris: The driver was killed on impact, but Vanessa was thrown.

Anna: Hmm. Oh, it's a shame she didn't have the good sense to die as well.

Chris: Yeah, well, like you would say, "not bloody likely." But I'm sure Vanessa’s going to put up a fight, Devane.

Anna: We can get her, though, can't we?

Chris: Well, we got a strong case. We've managed to salvage the voice distorter from the wreckage, which was a Proteus trademark. There's that, and then also, there's traces of drugs.

Anna: So it should be open and shut. I mean, she can't weasel out of this no matter what she tries, right?

Chris: Devane, there are a lot of rocks in this world and a lot of slimy lawyers crawling underneath them.

Anna: Right. But at least now you have proof it's Vanessa and not David.

Chris: Well, when you let your emotions get in the way, they tend to cloud up the facts, therefore, mistakes are made, yes.

Anna: That's quite an admission for you, isn't it?

Chris: Hey, I don't like David. You were right and I was wrong. And that -- the paralysis thing -- David had nothing to do with it.

Anna: Oh, we're making such progress today, Mr. Stamp.

Chris: Hey, hey, hey, hey I didn't have any choice. The therapist, the specialist that the bureau sent here to check me out -- his analysis -- it was the bullet and not David.

Anna: I'm sure David will be happy to accept your apology.

Chris: Apology? Just because I'm able to face facts doesn't make your pal one of the good guys, and there's nothing that says David wasn't aiding and abetting Vanessa all along.

David: Is Vanessa conscious? Did she say anything about kidnapping Maggie?

Derek: No, she was unresponsive, but the doctors will check her out thoroughly when they get her to the hospital.

David: Did they find any clues, anything to tell us where Maggie is?

Derek: No, no, no word about your cousin at all. But the next thing we have to do is we have to find anybody who had contact with your mother in the past few days.

Stuart: Maybe -- maybe we can help.

Ryan: Kendall, this really wasn't what I had in mind, okay? I don't want to talk about it.

Kendall: Okay, fine. It's just that if you're dealing with the old parental switcheroo, you've got, like, a walking encyclopedia right here. Use me. Like, you know what I mean.

Ryan: Yeah, I know what you mean. No, thanks. I'll pass. Our cases really aren't very similar.

Kendall: No, you're right. I found out I'm not who I thought I was at a much more impressionable age.

Ryan: Which explains why you're a whole lot more screwed up than I am.

Kendall: Well, we could put that to a vote.

Ryan: Kendall, I have -- ahem -- a really bad headache, but don't worry about it. You didn't give it to me. You just managed to make it a lot worse.

Kendall: Lie down and rest, then.

Ryan: That's what I was doing before you got here.

Kendall: No, you weren’t. You were obsessing. Now, close your eyes. I'll keep you company. Do you know how I found out I was adopted?

Ryan: Nope, but I have a feeling you're going to tell me.

Kendall: I found out by total accident. I overheard my parents talking about our family dog. They were -- she was on her last legs, and they were figuring out how old she was, and then one of them said, "We adopted Lulu at the same time we adopted Kendall."

Ryan: You and the dog in the same sentence?

Kendall: Yeah, like we were a matched set.

Ryan: And before that, you had no idea that you weren't their biological daughter?

Kendall: Uh-uh, none. But there was nothing I could do about it. They screwed up, not me.

Ryan: No. No, you didn't. You just use it as a license to torture everybody that comes into your life.

Kendall: That's not what I do.

Ryan: How many years have you and Erica been spitting venom at each other?

Kendall: Okay, exactly. If I can't move on from my own pathetic existence, it's because it turns out my real mother is a hundred times worse than the people who were supposed to love me.

Ryan: Kendall, you're killing me.

Kendall: You just found out that your real dad is not the guy who abused you, but someone who would take a bullet for you.

Ryan: Exactly! He took a bullet for me. I know that. That's the point. That's the point. Why would he do that?

Kendall: Well, maybe because he cares whether you live or die?

Ryan: Or maybe because it's just in his training.

Kendall: Is it so hard to accept that he might love you?

Ryan: Come on, Kendall, he doesn't love me. He doesn't even know me.

Kendall: Well, if he's your father, then --

Ryan: How do we know that he's telling the truth? He's been lying to me for months. All right, why didn't he just tell me the truth at the beginning when he first got here? I mean, who he is and what all has happened. I mean, if I had a kid, I know that I -- you know what? Uh --

Kendall: Your headache's turned into a migraine. That used to happen to me all the time.

Ryan: Would you please stop comparing me to you?

Kendall: Shut up, lie back down, I'll get you some aspirin. I know what I'm talking about. You got to take three of these, turn off all the lights, and put a cold, wet washcloth over your eyes.

Anna: You're still going to go after David in spite of everything you've just said?

Chris: I am sure that David is not Proteus, but there's evidence against him.

Anna: Such as?

Chris: Well, I'm not allowed to share that information with you right now, but here's something you can answer that might help your good doctor -- how did Vanessa learn to induce heart attacks? The Internet?

Anna: You've got nothing on David.

Chris: Look; as long as I have my doubts, I'm going to pursue him.

Anna: You're the only one that has doubts -- you.

Chris: Why is this so important to you? Is it personal? Is it personal?

Anna: Yes. Yes, it's personal. David's been through enough.

Chris: See, that wasn't so hard, was it? You know, Devane, it's the soft spot in our hearts that make us such good lawmen.

Anna: Thanks for the endorsement. Now, about that police commissioner job -- where's this recommendation you promised me? You know, I don't expect you to admit that I cracked the Proteus case for you, but I do expect your recommendation, thank you very much.

Chris: Oh, you expect my influence to overturn the fact that you have a known association with David Hayward, who, by the way, is not one of the most revered citizens in Pine Valley except in your mind.

Anna: You owe me, Stamp.

Chris: What? Because you got to pick and choose the information you gave me?

Anna: No! I gave you everything you needed to get your suspect, everything.

Chris: Yeah, only when you knew my suspect wasn't your boyfriend.

Anna: You can't do it, can you? You just can't say, "Good work, Devane"?

Chris: And what about the cabin, huh? What about the cabin that I had to find on my own when you were already pretty familiar with it? Was that because back then you still had your doubts about him?

Anna: No. If I had doubts about David, I would have been the first to --

Chris: Oh!

Anna: Oh, you know, forget it. What's the use? You recommend me or not because you're going to do whatever the hell you want to, anyway.

Chris: You got that right.

Anna: So just get better. Oh, I saw that the dessert today is tapioca. Oh, yummy, yum.

Chris: Wait a minute. There's something I forgot to tell you. Oh, yeah. You did a great job, Devane. Thank you.

Greenlee: Home. Home! Oh, my one-of-a-kind statues I searched all over New York City for. I thought I'd never see you again. Oh, oh, my beautiful rug! I'd never step my little feet onto you again. Oh, my sofa! I thought I'd never again lay on your understated elegance.

Jake: Well, I bet you never thought you'd see your answering machine blinking again either, huh?

Greenlee: Oh, let it blink. I don't care what anybody wants.

Jake: You sure? Been gone a long time.

Greenlee: I guess. Although I'd rather not hear about some crisis at Enchantment.

[Answering machine beeps]

Leo’s voice: Greenlee? Are you really with Jake? Where'd you disappear to? I'm starting to freak.

Greenlee: No. We know where we disappeared to.

[Answering machine beeps]

Derek’s voice: This is lt. Frye. I thought you should know Vanessa Cortlandt survived the car crash.

Greenlee: My God, she's on the loose?

Derek's voice: You don't have to worry. She's in police custody. I'll be in touch.

[Answering machine beeps]

Greenlee: Oh, my God. What does it take to kill that woman, a stake through her heart?

Jake: Greenlee, actually, it doesn't matter, I mean, because the police have her in custody. I mean, it's --

Greenlee: She tried to kill us, Jake. She drugged me right here. We struggled right here. Damn that murderous old snake! It's going to take weeks, months to get her presence out of here. I wonder -- I wonder if Leo knows that she isn't dead. Then there's going to be a trial, and if she's injured, then he's going to have to take care of her? Oh!

Jake: You want to talk about it, it's okay.

Greenlee: Really?

Jake: Absolutely. I just don't want you to let your feelings for Leo keep you from looking out for yourself.

David: Well, what do you know about my mother?

Stuart: Well, we saw her. We didn't expect to see anybody there.

Marian: We heard that Vanessa is some kind of a drug lord?

Stuart: Yeah, I couldn't imagine she was involved in something so criminal.

David: Yeah, where did you see her?

Stuart: Oh, we saw Vanessa at the old pump house.

David: Well, okay, was anybody with her? Because our cousin Maggie is missing.

Marian: Well, I thought she might have been hiding a lover in there, but it could have been your cousin.

David: The temperatures dipped below freezing last night. If my mother left her there, she could be dying.

Derek: Yeah, yeah, I'll get some of my officers to check it out.

David: I want to go.

Derek: No, I can't let you do that.

David: Lieutenant, if my cousin is there, she might need medical help.

Derek: We don't even know that she's there.

Leo: I'll go. I'll go.

David: Yeah, Leo, go. Okay, hurry.

Stuart: Good -- good luck.

Greenlee: I can't do a serious discussion right now, Jake. I need a long, hot bath. Is that selfish enough for you?

Jake: Greenlee, of course you're going to talk about Leo when you're thinking about him. I understand that.

Greenlee: I shouldn't think about him. He's not good for me. You're right. You're always right.

Jake: I don't want to be right. I want to be the right one.

Greenlee: I know.

Jake: Because I know that I am. Everything that's been going on here, you know, all these changes with Leo and everything we went through the past few days and -- before that, I was always just wanting you to squeeze Leo out of your head.

Greenlee: You made that pretty clear on the island.

Jake: And now, taking into consideration everything that's happened, what we know about Leo and everything Vanessa has done, I just want you to know I completely understand why you feel sorry for him, because I do, too. And I never want you to pretend otherwise.

Greenlee: All I want to do is put this behind me and start fresh.

Jake: You can't put it behind you. It just takes time, and I got a lot of time.

Greenlee: Thank you for coming with me to find Leo and doing it my way.

Jake: Well, your way happened to be the best way, I guess.

Jake: Hang on a second.

Jake: I just want you to know that if we ever make love again, it's not going to be because I'm always right because that's damn sure not true, and it's not going to be because you need me or because I'm good for you or because we happen to have great sex. It's got to be because I'm the only man and you're the only woman in this world and that's all that matters. It's going to be real.

Chris: What are you doing here? You sick?

Ryan: I need answers from you.

Chris: You know what you need to know. Just leave it alone.

Ryan: Tell you what -- I'm going to make myself nice and comfortable. You can call security if you want to and have me thrown out, but I'm just going to come back. And I'm going to keep coming back until I get what I need from you.

David: Hey.

Anna: I got good news.

David: Great. I could use some good news. I just found out my mother's still alive.

Anna: Yeah, I heard about that.

David: Hmm, yeah, and she may have left my cousin Maggie to freeze to death. The cops are checking into it right now.

Anna: God, she doesn't stop.

David: Yeah. So what's your good news?

Anna: I was just talking to Chris, and he's going to drop all the charges. They're doing the paperwork now.

David: So I don't have to worry about any of these ridiculous accusations?

Anna: No. It's over.

David: You did this, didn't you?

Anna: Oh, well, they had no reason to hold you in the first place.

David: You're the only one who stood by me.

Anna: Maybe you'll do the same for me one day.

David: Yeah. Well, right now we should focus on Maggie.

Stuart: Imagine.

Marian: Yes, imagine. Selling drugs and ruining lives.

Stuart: It's hard to believe.

Marian: Oh, is it?

Stuart: Marian.

Marian: Oh, you're right. Even for Vanessa, this is too horrible.

Stuart: I always kind of liked her. Even when she was being nasty. I just felt that what she really wanted was a kind word and a smile.

Marian: You know that 99.9% of the entire world would probably like a kind word and a smile, especially from you.

Stuart: Oh. Marian, you are wonderful.

Marian: No, Stuart. You are wonderful.

Leo: Nothing. Nothing. No sign of Maggie, no clues to lead us to believe she might have been there.

David: Damn it! Where could she have put her?

Anna: Maybe Maggie was never in the pump house.

David: No, no, Vanessa definitely had Maggie with her. I know it.

Marian: No, she wasn't alone there.

Leo: So what's next?

Anna: We retrace Vanessa’s footsteps.

David: No, no, there's no time for that. We have to get Vanessa to tell the truth.

Leo: She's not talking.

Anna: Does anyone know what kind of shape she was in after the crash?

David: Derek said she was unresponsive after the crash.

Leo: Well, what the hell makes you think that she's going to say anything?

David: I have to find a way, Leo. Our cousin's life depends on it.

Mr. Wolfe: There you are, Ms. Hart. I've left you a lot of messages.

Kendall: Of course. Right. I was -- I was getting ready to see you. I'll come see you at the front desk in just a bit.

Mr. Wolfe: Oh, this won't take long. You're out of here, Ms. Hart, and you better pay up before you go.

Kendall: Oh, rent. I was just going to mention that. It's okay if you rent out my room.

Mr. Wolfe: Gee, thanks.

Kendall: But you're not getting rid of me so easy. I'm staying right here.

Mr. Wolfe: Huh?

Kendall: I'm moving into this room with my boyfriend, Mr. Lavery.

Ryan: I'm going to ask you some questions, and you're going to answer them.

Chris: Feel free to ask.

Ryan: When you had the affair with my mother, was she still married to my dad, to her husband?

Chris: You know this already, Ryan.

Ryan: Yeah, well, I need to know everything, and you're the only one still alive that can tell me.

Chris: Yes. She was married.

Ryan: To the guy who years later you killed? Was that a coincidence?

Chris: I told you before. I was a federal agent. I was doing my job.

Ryan: Yeah, you said that already, but I just don't believe you.

Chris: Yeah, well, I can't do anything about that.

Ryan: You can explain it better so I understand how I came into this world.

Chris: You came in the regular way. The rest is not important. It doesn't matter.

Ryan: Why did you take that bullet for me? Were you just doing your job as a federal agent?

Chris: No.

Ryan: You have no right playing God with my life. I don't even know you. You're a stranger to me. I don't want you having power over me!

Chris: What do you want from me? Look, I can't tell you what was going on in the minds of people when you were conceived, and I don't see how that's going to help you.

Ryan: You have no right telling me what I should know or when I should know it.

Chris: You're a grown man, Ryan. You've been kicked around by life. I don't understand why you're so turned around because you're finding out that you weren't born of the love of a happy married couple when you knew this before you met me.

Ryan: Yeah, I know what home I was born into -- a home full of hate and violence, thank you very much. What I want to know is was it like that because of you? Are you the reason my dad hated me, because he knew I wasn't his child? Is that why I spent my childhood hiding my bruises?

Chris: Had I known that your life was like that, I would have done something to help you.

Ryan: Well, it's a little too late for that now, isn't it? What I want now is to make peace with it.

Chris: Knowing it might not give you peace.

Ryan: Why not? Let me be the one who decides what brings me peace.

Chris: Ryan -- to know it -- if you know it, it could make your life even worse.

Anna: I don't think you're going to be able to force the truth out of Vanessa.

David: Vanessa has to know that if Maggie dies it's going to be worse for her. I'm sure she's coherent enough to figure that out.

Leo: You're thinking about her the way she used to be, okay, before everything came caving in on her.

David: Vanessa will always figure the angles, Leo.

Leo: David, you understand -- the woman is crazy. She is nuts. She will say any twisted thing she can just to get to you, I'm telling you.

David: And what's so new about that?

Leo: It's different now. Do you understand? It's like there's a look in her eye, a cold sort of look that -- almost like she's crossed the line.

David: Listen to me; Maggie is out there someplace. Now, if we're lucky, she's still alive. We have to do something about this. We can't just sit around.

Derek: Well, I just got the word, Dr. Hayward. You're free to go.

David: Oh, really? I got the word a long time ago. What took you so long?

Derek: Well, all I need is your signature, and then you can be on your way. Please follow me.

David: Right. I'll be right back.

Anna: I'm sorry.

Leo: Oh, I just wish that I could get my mind around this. I wish that there was --

Anna: I know, I know.

Leo: No. You don't know. I wish that I wasn't sorry that my mother was still alive.

Anna: Don't think about that. You're on overload. You should go home and get some rest now.

Leo: No. The last thing I want to do is be alone right now.

Anna: So go see if Greenlee's okay. I'll let you know what happens at the hospital. Okay, go.

Greenlee: I don't think I would have survived these past few days without you. And I know that I'm supposed to be here, right now, with you.

Jake: I'm going to prove to you that every minute, not just this minute right now, but every minute from now on we belong together because we are meant to be together, I'm telling you. And then we're going to have a lifetime of beautiful moments.

Mr. Wolfe: You and Lavery moving in together?

Kendall: It's not against the law, right?

Mr. Wolfe: Well, no, but it's hard to believe you two are an item, I mean, the way he busts your chops all the time.

Kendall: Excuse me?

Mr. Wolfe: Well, you got thin walls. I'll be the first one to admit that.

Kendall: Well, if you must know, that's because when we fight, we don't mind being loud. But when we make up, we're much more subtle about it. Well, most of the time.

Mr. Wolfe: Hmm, well, it's a free country. Move in with whoever. But you still owe me the back rent from the other room.

Kendall: Of course. Didn't I say it's just settled? Just put the full amount on Mr. Lavery's tab, and my boyfriend will take care of everything.

Mr. Wolfe: Okay. All I want is my money, is all. I don't care from who.

Kendall: Okay, then we're all settled?

Mr. Wolfe: Yeah, and if I don't get paid, you'll both be out, you understand?

Kendall: Yes, I do. Well, that wasn't hard. Now all I have to do is tell Mr. Lavery.

Ryan: You want me to trust you? Then you tell me everything, and don't worry, I'll tell you when you can stop.

Chris: Okay. You want to know the truth? The man you thought was your father, Patrick Curry, was a mean, hateful SOB, and what I didn't want you to know, that your -- was that your mother was no better.

Ryan: What? What are you talking about? You had an affair with her. You told me --

Chris: That I loved her. Yes, I did love her, but she didn't love me, Ryan. Oh, she told me time and time again that she loved me, but it was a bunch of lies. She slept with me to get information from me so she could save that drug-smuggling hide of her husband's.

Ryan: My mother would never do that. She wasn't like that. Why are you lying to me?

Chris: I wish to God I was, Ryan. I'm telling you the truth, son. And the look in your face now was the same way I felt when I found out. Ryan --

Ryan: No, I'm not going to listen to you, no.

Chris: Wait. Wait -- please! Please! Ryan.

Ryan: Your legs. You just moved them.

Jake: Listen, you're dozing off, so I'm just going to -- I'm going to let you stay right here and I'm going to head home, okay?

Greenlee: No. No. No, no. Stay with me. Come on. You're just as beat as I am. All we're going to do is sleep.

Jake: Hmm. All right, well, I'd rather sleep with you in my arms, anyway, so I'll stay here.

[Phone rings]

Greenlee: No. No, no, no, no. Let the machine get it.


Jake: You turned your machine off, remember?


Greenlee: Hello. What? What, Val -- okay, okay, okay, I'll be right there. Now, call Erica and let her know. Okay.

Jake: Well, it looks like I'm not going to have you in my arms tonight.

Greenlee: I -- I'm sorry. I got to --

Jake: Go, go.

Greenlee: Okay, I'm going to go just jump in the shower.

Jake: Okay. Fine. Whatever.

[Phone rings]

Jake: Oh.

Greenlee: Will you tell Val to keep his shirt on?

Jake: Hello. Hello?

David: Mother? It's me, David. You're all right. You're in the hospital. Do you know where Maggie is? It's best if you tell me, Mother. Maggie is out there, and she might die, and I know that you don't want that to happen, do you? You realize that you're in a lot of trouble, right? And it's going to get much worse if you don't tell us where Maggie is if she dies. Now, this is a way that you can help yourself, mother. You know where she is. Tell me. Just tell me, where is Maggie?

Vanessa: Maggie? Do you mean Maggie Smith? Well, why would you want her, Mr. Mayer, when you have me under contract?

David: What -- what are you doing?

Vanessa: I mean, I was so perfect for that part. I know exactly how to do it. If you want it meaner, you want it tougher? Because I can do that, you know. I was born to play this part. You just tell me how bad you want me to be.

>> On the next "All My Children" --

Tad: How could Dixie just leave Pine Valley without telling me?

Ryan: Can you do it again?

Erica: Oh, thank you, God.

Greenlee: The jury's in, and you're guilty of being a fool.

Vanessa: Maggie! Oh, no.

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