AMC Transcript Wednesday 3/6/02

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 3/6/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy 

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

David: You realize that you're in a lot of trouble, and it's going to get much worse if you don't tell us where Maggie is. Now, this is a way that you can help yourself.

Vanessa: You just tell me how bad you want me to be.

Kendall: This place is all about Erica, and she's not coming back.

Greenlee: Do you not like your mommy? Do you have issues?

Ryan: Your legs -- you just moved them.

Mia: Coffee?

Jake: Thanks.

Mia: Would you like that on your head or in your lap?

Adam: Ah, there you are. Did you get moved in okay?

J.R.: Yeah, I didn't have that much stuff.

Liza: Well, I'm going to send one of the maids up to your room each day just to bail it out anyway. I think she might need a little combat training, but --

J.R.: Oh, you know, that's cool. I'll just make sure that I hide my drugs before I go to school.

Adam: J.R. --

Liza: You know, that is not what I meant.

[Knock on door]

Adam: Don't we have a doorbell? Winifred!

[Knock]

Adam: All right, all right, I'm coming, I'm coming.

Tad: Excuse me.

Adam: Tad, what are you doing?

Tad: J.R., what did I do? What the hell happened? How could she -- how could she -- how could Dixie just leave Pine Valley without telling me?

David: I know what game you're playing, and I'm not buying it. Don't you dare try to scam me. Just tell me where Maggie is.

Vanessa: Hello there. You're familiar. Do I know you?

Leo: I'm your son.

Vanessa: Oh, darling, I don't have any children.

David: This is Vanessa trying to pull a fast one.

Vanessa: What? Vanessa? You mean me?

David: Yes, I mean you, Vanessa. I know what you're doing.

Vanessa: No. I'm Rosie Wells. You know my name, Mr. Mayer. You know, if you don't, you're going to learn it soon because when the picture I just wrapped comes out, everybody in the whole world's going to know who my name is and what it is and what I -- this is the face of a star you're looking at.

Greenlee: Watch where you're going.

Kendall: Well, if it isn't Erica’s little right hand. Have you gotten even shorter, or has she just pounded you into the ground?

Greenlee: Remember the first time we met? In Erica’s office? You were just so sure you were going to bring Erica down. Erica's fine. You, on the other hand, give new meaning to the phrase "circling the drain."

Kendall: Gee, Greenlee, I didn't realize you were paying that much attention to me.

Greenlee: I didn't have to. You've been impossible to miss. The jury's in, and you're guilty -- of being a fool.

Doctor: Ms. Kane, I wish I could be more definite, but the truth is I don't know yet if Mr. Stamp will regain the use of his legs. At this point, it's a waiting game.

Erica: Well, then I guess all I can do is wait. Thank you, Dr. Stannart.

Ryan: Your legs! Chris, you just moved your legs! Can you do it again?

Erica: Oh, thank you, God. Thank you.

Anna: Hi.

Erica: Oh, he can move his legs! I just saw him!

Anna: Oh, you're kidding? Oh, that's wonderful.

Erica: Yes, it's the first time -- oh -- I can breathe in days.

Anna: Chris must be so relieved.

Erica: Oh, he's going to get better. I just know he will. And then he'll be himself again and then he won't be so angry -- about a lot of things.

Anna: What, including you?

Erica: Oh. Look, I really must find Dr. Stannart. I have to give him an update. Excuse me.

Chris: Ow!

Ryan: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, take it easy. All right, listen, don't -- don't do anything. Don't even move. I'm going to get a doctor and I'm going to be right back, all right?

Chris: Don't go.

Ryan: No, I'm just going to get a doctor.

Chris: No, the hell with that. We got to finish what we started.

Ryan: What? No. Listen, I don't want to talk about my mother right now, all right?

Chris: Look, I just told you some heavy stuff about her. Now you got to hear the good things, too.

Ryan: Good things? You just told me she was a whore and she stabbed you in the back. I don't really see the upside to all that.

Chris: There was a lot more to your mother, Ryan. There had to be -- because she made me fall in love with her, her and her blue-sky days.

Greenlee: You know, I never read those supermarket tabloids, but I've made an exception in your case. They're just so good, the kind of public cremation you had. There was a shot of you coming out of that courthouse, and you were wearing something tacky -- I actually forget the color -- but the expression on your face was --

Kendall: Will you just shut up?

Greenlee: Oh, did I hit a nerve?

Erica: Nurse? Nurse, I need you to page Dr. Stannart right away, and when you find him, please tell him that Chris Stamp needs him.

Nurse: I'll call his beeper right now, Ms. Kane.

Erica: Thank you so much. Thank you.

Greenlee: Erica, hi.

Erica: Hi.

Greenlee: I'm sorry to bother you, but there's been a problem --

Erica: Chris moved his legs!

Greenlee: What?

Erica: Yes! He's going to be all right. He's going to be able to walk again.

Greenlee: Oh, Erica, that's great!

Erica: Great? It's miraculous! It's a miracle! It's a miracle.

Jake: Mia, I've been trying to call you. They said your phone was disconnected.

Mia: Yeah, I -- I moved, and I don't have a new number.

Jake: Oh. All right, so what happened? You gave up your apartment, you quit your job over at the gym?

Mia: Mm-hmm, yeah. You see, there was this rumor going around that I was going to be sailing around the world, so I kind of just dumped my whole life. Dumb, huh?

Jake: Mia, I'm so sorry.

Mia: Yeah, well, not as sorry as I am. Can I take your order?

Jake: Wait -- wait a minute. Did you ever hear what happened to me?

Mia: Mm-hmm. Leo told me that you ran off with Greenlee. Today's special is meatloaf.

Jake: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. I was with Greenlee, but there's a lot more to it than that.

Mia: Don't tell me. While you were playing sailor, one night under the stars, you decided that you really loved Greenlee after all and you want to spend the rest of your life with her. Did I get it right, Jake?

Vanessa: See, I am just perfect for the lead in his new picture. I know I'm new in Hollywood, but everyone says I'm the most promising actress around. I mean, everyone says that --

David: Will you knock this off right now. I'm going to call the cops in here, Mother, and they're going to drag your Hollywood butt to jail!

Vanessa: Easy. You're not very nice, Mr. --

David: I'm not nice, huh?

Vanessa: No, and I don't think you should treat me that way because I haven't done anything wrong! You know, I haven't sold myself like those other actresses have because I've had to make it on my talent!

Leo: So when did she come to?

David: My guess is she's been conscious since the crash.

Leo: She's been awake the whole time?

David: Yeah, that's what I think, and she's playing this catatonic game until she came up with this con job.

Leo: She's doing the Sybil thing?

David: Yeah.

Leo: First time she's ever done that.

David: Yeah, well, she's never been in this much trouble before.

Leo: Yeah, but this isn't new. Rosie Wells was her first stage name.

David: Really? I never heard it.

Leo: From the early days, when she was trying to make it in Hollywood. I found some old head shots of her.

David: What, so she was calling herself Rosie Wells?

Leo: And then she went back to Vanessa, Vanessa Simms, but she was Rosie for over a year.

David: Okay -- then what she's really doing is advertising the fact that she's acting, which means she's stupider than I thought.

Leo: So what are you going to do?

David: I'm going to tell the guard to get Derek Frye, let him handle this.

Vanessa: Maggie! How is Maggie? What --

Leo: What about Maggie?

Vanessa: That poor -- poor girl. That poor girl. Oh, no. That poor girl. Oh. Oh! Oh, no, no, no, no, no!

Tad: This isn't Dixie. I don't understand how she could possibly just take off like this.

J.R.: Didn't she tell you about her big mission to find herself? She said she did. She said that you knew that she was going to England --

Tad: J.R., that's not what I'm talking about and you know it. Yeah, she told me she was leaving, but not the next day. We were going to talk again. She agreed to it. I told her I would call her after work.

Adam: J.R.'s just as upset as you are.

Tad: And as you know, she wasn't there. I spent the entire day yesterday on the phone. She didn't return one message. I was going out of my mind. She sent me a letter, a lousy letter.

Liza: Tad --

Tad: You should have called me. You should have at least called me. You should have stopped her until I had a chance to --

J.R.: Would you let off me? Okay? It's not my fault! I can't keep my mom from doing a damn thing that she wants to.

Tad: J.R., wait a -- J.R.!

Adam: Nice going, Tad.

Tad: I'm just trying to understand what happened, okay?

Adam: His mother's gone! You got that? She told him he couldn't come with her and she left him. Do you have any idea how he's feeling right now?

Tad: I have a fair idea, yeah.

Adam: Dixie's had one hell of a year. She's gone crazy this past year. She's turned J.R.'s life upside down. That's not Dixie. She's a good mother.

Tad: I know that!

Adam: And I'm holding you responsible for it.

Tad: Me?

Adam: And the disaster you've made of this marriage.

Tad: My marriage is none of your damn business!

Adam: As long as it affects my son, it is my business. You screwed up your life as well as his, and you come into my house and take it out on him?

Liza: He didn't mean to hurt --

Tad: No -- he's right. I'll go after J.R.

Adam: No, you're not going anywhere. As long as Dixie is out of town, you stay away from him.

Tad: Well, you're out of luck because it just so happens that Dixie made me promise that I would look after J.R.

Adam: Oh, is that what you did just now? I'm going to try to find my son and help him if I can. Don't be here when I get back.

Tad: What a mess.

Liza: I'm so sorry.

Tad: You're sorry? I feel like I've been kicked in the teeth. I just -- I don't believe that she could do it, honestly. I mean, she turned her back on J.R., on me, on every single thing she cares about. I mean, her whole life is here.

Liza: I think you need to accept the fact that your marriage is over.

Tad: No, no, I don't, because it's not. Look, you don't understand. Something, happened, okay? Just before the divorce was finalized, we spent -- okay, we spent the night together. It was perfect. No, no, wait a minute, just -- it was wonderful, okay? I was there. I know what happened. Now all of a sudden, bang, she's gone, and I have no idea why. Neither does J.R. The only thing I know is that something is wrong. Liza, it just doesn't make any sense.

Ryan: You had blue-sky days with my mom?

Ryan: Can you tell me about them?

Chris: I -- I remember the first time she said it to me. I mean, you know, where she used the words "blue-sky days." I was at a police station in downtown Chicago, working on a case with the D.A. Man, that was such a long time ago.

Ryan: That's where you two met?

Chris: Yeah. Yeah, I was -- I was heading out of the building and then she was coming in, and we just smacked into one another, but she couldn't see me because her -- her eye was swollen shut. So she starts apologizing all over the place, and the next thing I know, she just passes out, and I had to catch her before she hit the ground. And, you know, and until this day, I don't know why I didn't call an ambulance. You know, sometimes you just -- you know, you just do something.

Ryan: Yeah. So what did you do?

Chris: I took her to the hospital, waited in the E.R. until she came to, and then they fixed her up.

Ryan: What is it?

Chris: You really want to know?

Ryan: Yeah.

Chris: Your mom. The doctors told her that she had a concussion and she was going to have to spend the night, and she wasn't going to have any of that. Then they told her that the cops wanted to question her, and that just iced it. The minute that doctor turned his back on her, she was lickety-split right out the door.

Ryan: Yeah, that's my mom. Someone tries to help you, you just run the other way. So -- so you went after her?

Chris: Yeah. Yeah. And then when I caught up with her, I gave her the standard cop line. I said, "You should go to the authorities if you're having a problem and somebody's hurting you. I mean, that's what they're there for," and your mother is -- is just looking at me with that sad black eye and -- and she started to bawl.

Ryan: I never saw her cry, not even when he hit her. It was more like "Screw you, I dare you to do it again."

Chris: Yeah, well, she was standing there and crying and told me she wanted me to take her back to her hotel, but, you know, your mother, even with that black eye and the runny nose, I mean, there was something special about her.

Ryan: So you -- you took her to the hotel.

Chris: Yeah. What a dump that was, Ryan. There was a kid asleep on the bed. He couldn't have been more than 2 years old.

Ryan: My brother.

Chris: Anyway, I got her to open up and tell me what was going on, but it was the same old rotten, lousy story you usually hear from a pretty woman with a shiner.

Ryan: Curry was beating her.

Chris: Yeah, but she didn't leave him until he started beating the kid. She said she was going to go and file a report with the police, but she lost her nerve, and now she had no idea what to do and -- she -- she just started crying all over again, worse.

Ryan: And you just couldn't walk away from her.

Chris: Heck, I was never a bleeding heart, you know? But she finally cried herself to sleep, and then when she woke up in the morning, I was there, told her I wanted to help her. You know, your mom, she -- she had a beautiful smile. And so she's standing there, look up at me with that smile. And she says, "That was a blue sky day."

Leo: Tell us what happened to Maggie.

David: Tell us what you did to her.

Vanessa: Why would I do anything to Maggie? I'm not the one. Vanessa -- I --

David: Just stop it! Please, just stop and tell us!

Vanessa: No! Stop this! I don't like being mistaken for Vanessa! I'm Rosie! I am Rosie!

Leo: Rosie, Rosie. Hey, Rosie. Hey. Tell us -- listen to me. Tell us what Vanessa did to Maggie.

Vanessa: You won't tell Vanessa?

Leo: No.

Vanessa: Vanessa drugged Maggie and then she took her somewhere. She was going to use her as a hostage.

David: Where? Where is Maggie now?

Vanessa: She's -- she's -- she's in God's hands.

Leo: She's in God's hands.

Vanessa: She's in God's hands.

David: You killed her?

Vanessa: No!

David: You killed her?

Vanessa: No! I told you, Vanessa did it.

David: She was your niece, damn it. She was a kid!

Vanessa: No, I hate being mistaken for her! For God's sakes --

Leo: David, just back off!

David: In what mind of yours can you do something like this?

Joe: Stop it! That's enough, Doctor.

Vanessa: Who are you? Are you an actor? Are you a real doctor?

Joe: I'm Dr. Martin, Vanessa.

Vanessa: Oh. Am I in a real hospital? Because I thought I was on a movie set screen testing for a role in his new picture. But if I'm in the institution, I don't belong here, you know. If that means -- if I'm in the institution.

Joe: What institution?

David: For heaven's sakes.

Vanessa: The Hills Institute. But I really don't belong here because I haven't had a nervous breakdown this time, doctor. I really haven't. See, what I was doing was I was staying in character because I really want this part. I'm perfect for the lead in his new picture. Did I get it?

David: Yeah, you got it, you got it, you heartless witch! You're a witch!

Leo: Get out of here, go. Real subtle.

David: Listen, just call lt. Frye, tell him my mother confessed to killing our cousin Maggie Stone.

Leo: I don't think that's what she did.

David: Come on, Leo, please, don't tell me you bought that bull.

Leo: Will you just shut up for a second and settle down? I don't think that's what she's saying that she did. I don't think she killed Maggie. I think she's, in her own twisted way, giving us some kind of a clue as to what happened.

Erica: Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to do that.

Greenlee: I'm -- I'm just so glad that things worked out for you.

Erica: Oh, me, too. And for you, Greenlee. I heard what happened to you and Jake, that you were drugged, you were sent out on a leaky boat to die? I mean, I'm so glad you're all right, Greenlee.

Greenlee: I was lucky. I mean, it's all been so traumatic. I'm not really thinking about that right now. Erica, the reason that I'm here to see you is that there's a crisis at enchantment. I just got a call from the guys in security. The police found a huge shipment of drugs in one of the warehouses.

Erica: Oh, my God. I mean, I know that Chris warned me that Proteus had targeted Enchantment, but I never thought they'd make a delivery there.

Greenlee: Well, I already have a couple of things moving. I've blocked the press from the site of the warehouse, and I had Jackson Montgomery put a lid on his people. So the official comment from the authorities is "no comment" -- for now.

Erica: Yeah, exactly, for now. That's not going to last long. The leaks are going to start.

Greenlee: Well, I'll hold things together while you put together a statement clearing yourself and Enchantment. But like you said, we only have a small window of time.

Erica: We do, but it's better than nothing, Greenlee. Well, I never thought that I would hear these words from my mouth, but, Greenlee, I don't know what I would do without you. Let me ask you something. Do you have any ideas about statements?

Greenlee: Actually, yes, I thought of some things.

Erica: Good, then let's talk.

Chris: Your mama wouldn't let me pay for a better place for her and the kid to live, so -- so I asked them to live with me. I had an extra room.

Ryan: Why did you do all that for her? Did you love her?

Chris: No, not in the beginning.

Ryan: Well, when did it all change?

Chris: One night I came home late and I walked in on her. She was all alone, but she was dancing. She was dancing all by herself in the middle of the room with some music from the radio, and she was looking up at this imaginary dance partner. Ryan, your mother was so beautiful. So I just -- I just stepped in and started dancing with her, and I fell in love with her right there. And I was sure she was in love with me. You know how it is when you're just sure?

Ryan: Yeah, I do.

Chris: Then every night, she'd tell me that I gave her another blue-sky day, and -- she never forgot to say to me, "Chris, you gave me another blue-sky day." And I knew three weeks later that I wanted to marry her, and I went home early from work one day to tell her, and --

Ryan: And she was gone, and Patrick Curry had everything he needed to -- to set you up.

Chris: Yeah.

Dr. Stannart: Agent Stamp, I just heard you had mobility in both legs.

Chris: Yeah, I can move them, Doc. Not a lot, but I can do it.

Dr. Stannart: Okay, let's see what's going on, okay?

Chris: Go ahead.

Anna: Hi.

Ryan: Hi.

Anna: How is he? I didn't want to disturb you.

Ryan: He -- he moved both his legs.

Anna: Yeah, I no. It's great.

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah.

Anna: You all right?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, he told me about my mom. He gave her blue-sky days. She loved him.

David: Yeah, yeah, Vanessa gave us a clue. The clue was this, Leo -- Vanessa killed Maggie. That's why Maggie is with God.

Leo: I don't know. I don't know, David. She's dancing as fast as she can to keep herself out of jail.

David: All right, all right, so she's in survival mode. So what?

Leo: So I don't think that she would -- I don't think that she would admit to murder. She might be telling us where Maggie is if Maggie's still alive.

David: Why would she do that, Leo? Why?

Leo: Listen to me. I know her a lot better than you do, okay? So just trust me on this. Maggie being in God's hands doesn't necessarily mean that Maggie's dead. You understand?

David: Oh, great. Dr. McMillan. What, did Joe Martin call you down here to evaluate my mother?

Zeke: Dr. Hayward, I'm not sure I can discuss this with you.

David: Fine, fine. Then let me discuss this with you, okay? My mother is a sociopath. Now, I know that technically that might mean that she's nuts, but that doesn't mean she should get a free ride from killing all the people she's probably killed or for keeping the drug trade alive in this country.

Derek: I realize you're upset, Dr. Hayward --

David: What you see in there is an act, okay?

Derek: But why don't you let Dr. McMillan go in and do his job.

David: Fine. Go ahead, go ahead. Knock yourself out. But after she tells you where my cousin Maggie is, put her sorry butt behind bars because that's where she belongs, not in some hospital!

Leo: Look, I hate to say this -- what happens if Vanessa cons that shrink? We both know that she's capable of it.

David: If she's institutionalized for insanity, she's going to do five years, max.

Leo: Yeah, or she escapes and runs. And I know from personal experience how good she is at that.

Mia: Oh, man, I'm so sorry. It's just that when I heard that you and Greenlee were gone, I just, you know -- I assumed you'd taken off together.

Jake: We didn’t.

Mia: But there is something, isn't there?

Jake: While we were away together, I -- I did realize that I still love her, and I really don't feel like sitting around and giving her space to make her mind up, so --

Mia: You want to fight for her.

Jake: Well, that sounds so bad Clint Eastwood, but it's just -- Mia, all I know is I think I want to spend my life with her.

Mia: I'm happy for you. Really, I'm happy for you. That's great.

Jake: You didn't seem so happy before.

Mia: Oh, no, I know, but, you know, I -- well, I mean, come on, I -- I thought I was going to go off on this great adventure. I dumped everything that I was doing because I thought we were going to go, and I was going to be with my -- my dependable friend, Jake. But, you know, I mean, you didn't break my heart. I'm fine. I just -- I -- I just thought, well, maybe there could have been something, but there wasn't, and -- and, hey, that's cool. It's cool.

Jake: I'm glad. So, you know, actually, I got to get back to the hospital. I just came in here for a quick caffeine fix and -- Mia, why don't you let me help you try to get back on your feet?

Mia: Oh. No, thanks, but, you know, I'm going to spend the rest of the day, since my shift is over, looking for a job that's not in food services.

Mia: Jake?

Mia: I really believe that you do love Greenlee. But do me a favor, okay? Don't let her hurt you.

J.R.: You know, you don't have to do this.

Adam: I thought we could chill over a couple of burgers.

J.R.: Dad, you don't chill over a couple of burgers. You make deals in places that I can't even pronounce and rake in millions. I mean, you've probably got hundreds of phone calls waiting for you right now.

Adam: They can wait. Son, I don't -- I don't pretend to know why your mother did what she's done, but I do know she would never deliberately hurt you.

J.R.: Yeah. You want to order now?

Adam: I mean, Dixie’s going through a crisis right now. Maybe it started when she lost the baby.

J.R.: No, she left because of Tad and me.

Adam: No, no, she did not leave because of you. I can guarantee that.

J.R.: I don't want to talk about it anymore, okay? I'm sick of it.

Adam: I just want you to know that I'm kind of looking forward to these next months. I've got plans for things that we can do together, just the two of us, you and me. Maybe bringing Uncle Stuart. Maybe Jamie.

J.R.: Ah. I see. Anything to get me out of the house, right?

Adam: No.

J.R.: Liza's orders, right, dad?

Adam: No, wrong. No, you're absolutely wrong. Liza's very happy that you're going to be coming to live with us.

J.R.: Oh, please. Come on, dad. We both know that Liza hates me, okay?

Adam: That's not true. She's concerned about you. But she loves you like a --

J.R.: Don't say it. Liza is not and never will be my mother.

Liza: I'm sorry. I didn't realize that you and Dixie had gotten back together for a while.

Tad: It wasn't a while. I told you, it was just for one night.

Liza: Okay.

Tad: And it was perfect.

Liza: Well, they usually are. That's why it can be so upsetting.

Tad: What?

Liza: Look, you know, people who are together who decide to break up sometimes come back together to have --

Tad: Sex?

Liza: A night together to say good-bye, to have closure.

Tad: Oh, please. Give me a break, okay? I've been around the block a couple of times and what happened that night certainly didn't feel like saying good-bye.

Liza: Obviously, it did to Dixie.

Tad: No, it didn’t. Look, I may be dense, but I'm not stupid. It's taken three marriages, but I know my wife.

Liza: You know, she is going to stay with her sister. She has medical care all lined up. I know this is upsetting to you, but this is not a whim. She planned this carefully.

Tad: Yeah, she did. And if she planned it, she planned it with David Hayward.

Liza: What?

Tad: Who do you think set up the medical care?

Liza: Are you telling me that he has something to do with her reason for leaving you?

Tad: That's the general idea, yeah.

Liza: This is amazing. This is amazing. I mean, he just spreads his misery to everybody in town.

Tad: Liza?

Liza: I mean, why hasn't somebody locked him up before now?

Tad: We tried, remember? I had to back off, unfortunately, because Dixie and I kind of owe him.

Liza: After what he did to you and a million other people in town? I can't believe you'd be so forgiving.

Tad: I'm not.

Liza: You know, I hope I cross paths with him because I want to take him on. I want to decimate him.

Tad: No, wait a minute. Wait a minute, okay? Just do me a favor as a friend -- you stay clear of David Hayward. Trust me. If he had anything to do with Dixie’s leaving town, I'll find out about it and make him regret it.

Greenlee: You know how to find me if you need me.

Erica: I do, and thank you so much, Greenlee.

Kendall: Wow. Can you say, "Suck up"?

Greenlee: Get out of my way.

Kendall: You are so sure you're playing it right. You make yourself indispensable at her office. You're a shoulder she can cry on.

Greenlee: Do you think you'd be a happier person if you had a life?

Kendall: You act like her. You look like her. You're being everything Erica could ever possibly want in a --

Greenlee: Everything Erica could want in a daughter?

Anna: That's so great you finding out about your mother. And she was in love with Chris, right?

Ryan: Yeah, and he was in love with her.

Anna: You were a part of that.

Ryan: Yeah. So then why did she do it? Why did she stab him in the back?

Anna: Oh, Ryan, she was an abused woman. I don't know, maybe she didn't know how to --

Ryan: No, no, no, you don't turn your back on somebody that gives you blue-sky days. You don't do it.

Dr. Stannart: Well, I still want to run further tests, but, in my experience, when you see this level of mobility at this stage --

Joe: You think he'll make a full recovery?

Dr. Stannart: I can almost guarantee it.

Joe: Oh.

Erica: You're healing now. And so are we. And once that's all done, you're going to walk me down the aisle. You don't know it yet, Agent Stamp, but you're going to marry me.

[Phone rings]

Tad: Come on, Hayward, answer your phone. Paged you 10 times, for God's sake.

[Phone rings]

David: Yeah, this is Dr. Hayward.

Tad: It's me. I want to see you as soon as possible. I just need to know when and where.

David: Tad?

Tad: Where's it going to be, Hayward?

David: Why don't you tell me what this is about?

Tad: You know what it's about. You're going to tell me what could possibly make Dixie leave town the way she did.

David: I don't know what you're talking about.

Tad: Yes, you do. You know exactly what went down and you're going to tell me.

Leo: David, just go with me on this, okay? I have a pretty good idea that Maggie might still be alive, okay? And that whole God thing that she was talking about might have been her way of telling us where she might be.

David: All right, all right, I'll play it out. Where? Where?

Leo: I don't know. I'm still working on it.

David: All right, okay? You see what I mean? She's faking, right? I mean, obviously, she's disturbed, but that doesn't mean she's not capable of being held responsible for her actions, right?

Zeke: I need -- listen, I need to take some more time before I can determine that.

David: Oh, come on, Doctor, please. Are you kidding me? I mean, the woman is a con, okay? She's a grifter, and she's damn good at it. Don't buy into that act.

Zeke: Dr. Hayward, I'm used to patients trying to manipulate me. And when I take the time I need, I promise I will be able to determine whether your mother's psychological symptoms are real or not.

Leo: Did you ask her about Maggie?

Derek: Well, I tried, but she put her hands over her ears and started singing hymns.

Leo: Hymns? Like, church music?

Derek: She was on "Nearer My God to Thee" when we left. Look, Dr. McMillan, if you've got some time, I'd like to discuss Mrs. Cortlandt.

Leo: So what are you thinking?

David: Vanessa singing hymns? I think I know where Maggie is.

Vanessa's voice: I know they're watching me, but they'll see that I couldn't even hurt a fly.

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

Kendall: I moved into your room without asking. You're not mad?

Ryan: No.

Chris: In my book, Erica Kane is a hero.

Hayley: You are, seriously, the most deranged husband on the face of the planet.

David: Maggie? Maggie!

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