AMC Transcript Friday 4/5/02

 

All My Children Transcript Friday 4/5/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Erica: Oh. You're looking good, Mr. Stamp.

Jake: We found something on the MRI. The only way to proceed at this point is through surgery.

Trey: The offer for dinner still stands in case this isn't what you really want.

David: I love you.

[Knock on door]

Trey: Chocolate croissants, still warm.

Greenlee: Uh -- I don't eat breakfast.

Trey: Well, I do. Do you have any more of that coffee?

Greenlee: Look, I --

Trey: Hey, last night's over. Forget it.

Greenlee: I'm trying. I made a fool of myself, okay?

Trey: You kissed me. I kissed you back. It's no big deal.

Greenlee: I was stressed. I don't do that kind of thing.

Trey: Really? Well, that's too bad --

Greenlee: Could you go now?

Trey: Because I've lived a lot of places, and you are definitely the best landlady Iíve ever had.

Ryan: Chris? Chris! Myrtle! Chris!

Chris: Ryan? What's wrong?

Ryan: My God, you're walking.

Chris: Yeah. Yeah, I got my legs back doing their thing. What's the matter? You sounded like you were --

Ryan: Nothing, nothing. I just -- I --

Kendall: You thought something had happened to your father.

Erica: And so, when I turned around, he was walking. It just -- I mean, the doctor said that he would, but until it actually happened --

Jack: Well, that's really great news. It is.

Erica: It is. I mean, Chris Stamp is a hero. You know, he's a role model.

Jack: Well, that's praise indeed, coming from you.

Erica: And he deserves it. You know, Jack? He just deserves everything we can do for him.

Jack: "We"?

Erica: I need to ask you for a big favor, Jack.

Jack: Gee, and let me guess. Would it be me pulling some strings to get Stamp his job back?

Erica: It -- it would mean the world to me.

Jack: Not to mention what it would mean to Chris. Love to help -- really would -- but, unfortunately, there's not much I can do, Erica.

Erica: Well, I don't believe that, Jack.

Jack: Excuse me?

Erica: If it were anyone else I was asking for except the man I love, wouldn't you be able to help me?

David: What?

Anna: I had a dream last night.

David: Oh, yeah? Was it a good dream?

Anna: Mm-hmm. There was this man, and he happened to be married to me.

David: Lucky him.

Anna: Don't interrupt.

David: You go ahead.

Anna: He told me he loved me. He said it right to my face.

David: Miraculous.

Anna: Yeah.

David: So, did you and your dream husband live happily ever after?

Anna: Well --

[Knock on door]

Anna: Oh.

David: Saved by room service.

Anna: Thank God.

[Anna and David chuckle]

Anna: Hello! Ooh. Ooh, yummy.

David: Oh, yeah.

Anna: That looks wonderful.

David: Bring it in.

Anna: Get you some cash. Is it still raining now? Good.

Waiter: Thank you.

Anna: Thank you.

Waiter: And congratulations.

Anna: Oh. Thank you -- I guess.

David: What was that all about?

Anna: I don't know.

Anna: This, I imagine.

David: Damn.

[Phone rings]

[Anna gasps]

Dr. Greenberg: We'll be prepping you for surgery within the hour.

Liza: What if the tumor is malignant?

Dr. Greenberg: Statistically, the odds are in your favor. Let's not get ahead of ourselves, Liza, okay?

Jake: Any more questions?

Liza: No. Thank you.

Dr. Greenberg: A nurse will be in shortly to give you a mild sedative before they take you to surgery, and I'll see you before the procedure, okay?

Liza: Okay.

Dr. Greenberg: All right.

Marian: Well, I -- I think we should plan a party to celebrate when Liza gets better.

Liza: I want to see Colby.

Mia: Stuart's taking care of her, remember?

Liza: No, I want to see Colby now.

Adam: Sweetheart, we -- we've talked about this.

Liza: I want to see her. I don't want her remembering that I didn't have the time to say good-bye. Please?

Adam: I'll -- I'll call Stuart.

Liza: Thank you.

Hayley: Hey. Dad, how's Liza?

Adam: She wants to see Colby.

Hayley: That's great. I think she should see the baby. It'll be good for her.

Adam: Yeah.

Vanessa: Then the studio set up this date with Rock Hudson, and I didn't argue. I went along with it because I'm --

Adam: You --

Hayley: Dad, no.

Adam: You monster. You sick, twisted --

Vanessa: What --

Adam: What is she doing here?

Vanessa: What -- what -- I haven't done my close-up yet and I think you have me confused with somebody else.

Adam: Why hasn't somebody --

Hayley: No, no, no, no, no!

Adam: She toyed with my entire family -- my daughter, her husband.

Man: I'm warning you.

Adam: My son got hooked on her drugs.

Mateo: Adam, she's not worth it.

Adam: J.R. never would've been on drugs --

Mateo: Listen -- listen to me. Your wife is about to have surgery. Think about your wife, not this piece of trash.

Adam: Get her out of here.

Vanessa: I don't understand it. My fans are usually so sweet. I mean, you should see the presents I get.

Hayley: Are you all right? You know, this is not helping anybody. You can't keep doing this.

Adam: I came out here to make a phone call. Who in the hell was I going to call?

Hayley: You know, first you ambush Anna and David and now you go after Vanessa. None of this is helping your wife.

Adam: I'm not supposed to be angry at the woman who's responsible for my son being on drugs?

Hayley: I'm just saying it's not helping Liza.

Adam: But it's making me feel a hell of a lot better! Stuart -- it was about Colby. I've got to call Stuart.

Mia: So Adam ambushed Anna and David?

Hayley: Yeah. Yeah. Yesterday he -- he thinks that David took advantage of Liza -- cutting a business deal with her while she's sick.

Mia: Yeah, I heard that part. I was there when he slugged him.

Hayley: Oh, there's more. He hired a photographer to catch the newlyweds in bed.

Mia: Newlyweds?

Mateo: Anna and David got married.

Hayley: Yeah, apparently in secret. They eloped.

Marian: Excuse me, Mia, could you come in here for a minute?

Mia: Excuse me.

Hayley: Thank you for talking him down. You're right, you know. Vanessa's out of our lives.

Mateo: You know, he should not let her get to him.

Hayley: I -- she's out of our lives, too. We've given enough of our time to her. It's time to put Proteus behind us.

Marian: Darling, Miaís here. I'm going to go talk to Adam.

Liza: I'm worried.

Mia: Hey, you know what? You've got one the best neurosurgeons.

Liza: No, about Adam -- the way he's behaving. That scene in the hall -- that was bad.

Mia: Ah, well, you know, he's just scared.

Liza: Adam likes to be in control. And when things are going on with his family, this is what he does to keep from falling apart.

Mia: You know, he loves you, Liza.

Liza: Colby needs him. She shouldn't be alone.

Mia: She won't be. You're not going to let that happen.

Liza: I know.

Marian: Stuart's on his way with Colby. Are you ready to see your little girl?

David: No, I don't have a comment, you moron. I'm telling you, this is Chandler's work.

Anna: Well, no, we told Jackson as well. The leak could be coming from the D.A.'s office.

David: Why would they do that? So that they look totally incompetent?

Anna: They might not see it that way.

David: The evidence was compromised. My wife refused to testify. Their case was toast.

[Phone rings]

Anna: No, no, no, no! Let's not alienate every reporter in town. Hello? Yes. Uh -- yeah, yeah. I'll be right there. Thank you.

David: So, who was that?

Anna: The assistant D.A. I have to go to the office.

David: All right, I'm going with you.

Anna: No, no, no. No. I'm going to go on my own.

David: No, no, no. Your days of doing it alone are over. I'm going with you.

Anna: Well, that's awfully sweet, but you showing up at Montgomeryís office would not be helpful, okay?

David: All right. Well, if you're not going to let me go with you, then you're going to let me make you very late.

Jack: I don't think I like what you're implying, Erica.

Erica: Jack, I have done everything I can to soft-pedal my feelings for Chris around you. I really have. I -- I want to be sensitive, but --

Jack: And I can't thank you enough.

Erica: Jack, Chris needs to work again, and you're the district attorney.

Jack: That's right, and Chris is a federal employee. And as you've seen lately, I don't have much sway with the feds.

Erica: Come on, Jack. Surely there's something that you can do, someone you can call.

Jack: To plead your case?

Erica: To -- Chris' case.

Jack: Chris' case? Chris' case?

[Jack chuckles]

Jack: You know, Erica, you -- you've really put me through a lot these past years, and I -- I actually thought that you had pushed our relationship -- whatever the hell that still is -- as far as you could.

Erica: Jack --

Jack: But now you've actually pushed it too far, even for you.

Erica: Jack, I'm asking you for some help.

Jack: Yeah, I know what you're asking me to do. You're asking me to put myself on the line for the man you love because you know you can.

Erica: I really don't --

Jack: Because you know -- because you know I love you.

Erica: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Jack.

Jack: No. No, you're not. You should be, but you're not. You love this.

Ryan: Look, I just came over here to offer you a ride to work. You want to go to work or what?

Kendall: You walked in, saw the empty wheelchair, and flipped because you thought something had happened to your father.

Chris: Kendall, let it go.

Kendall: You are so busted. How long are you going to keep --

Ryan: Kendall, just drop it!

Chris: Just stop, okay?

Kendall: You're both pathetic. How long are you going to keep doing this? Hello? You both care about each other. What's wrong with that?

Ryan: You know, you really don't know what you're talking about.

Kendall: Ryan, you didn't come over here to give me a lift to work this morning. And you didn't just happen to end up in Chris' hospital room every day.

Ryan: Yeah, well, the guy saved my life.

Kendall: And you felt responsible for what happened to him. Well, now he's walking, so you're off the hook, right?

Ryan: Whatever.

Kendall: Ryan, you could walk out that door right now, right this very minute, guilt-free.

Ryan: Yeah, well -- you know what?

Chris: Ryan? Me taking that bullet for you -- that -- that wasn't just my training. It was because you're my son.

Kendall: Thank you!

Chris: But -- but don't think you owe me because you donít.

Ryan: I know that.

Chris: Got my legs back working, and I'm going to get rid of old ironsides over there, and I'll -- I'll be just fine.

Ryan: Yep.

Chris: I'm going to forget any of this ever happened.

Ryan: Good.

Chris: But I -- I won't forget -- I'll never forget how you stood by me. Maybe because you were feeling guilty or because you were sticking around to see if I could tough it out. Maybe because you thought I would --

Kendall: Keep going.

Chris: It's not important. Just -- just wanted to let you know it was good that you were there, even when you were being a total pain in my a-- butt.

Ryan: Yeah, that sounds like me.

Chris: I just wanted to tell you thank you. That's all.

Kendall: Ryan, you're early. We don't have to be at work for another hour. And I just made coffee. Why don't you stay?

Ryan: Yeah, okay. I'll stay.

Greenlee: Got to love a good French patisserie.

Trey: Don't you have to get to work? I had the idea you were one of those fast-track types.

Greenlee: I used to be -- before my boss gave my job to her bad seed daughter.

Trey: Erica Kane dumped you?

Greenlee: Hmm. That would've been too easy. You are looking at her daughter's new assistant.

Trey: So quit. Get another job.

Greenlee: I canít. Too close to getting what I want out of Erica. It's a mentor thing. It's very complicated.

Trey: Like you.

Greenlee: You don't know me well enough to say that.

Trey: Oh, let's see. I know that Leo broke your heart but you were still there for him when he needed you.

Greenlee: My heart is not broken.

Trey: Sorry. I must've confused you with that Christmas ornament you dropped.

Greenlee: Leo and I couldn't work things out. That doesn't mean I don't still care about him.

Trey: Hmm. That's very big of you.

Greenlee: Leo's in jail because he was trying to do something nice.

Trey: Tampering with evidence?

Greenlee: He was trying to protect his brother.

Trey: He broke into the district attorney's office. Aside from everything else, massively dumb.

Greenlee: Leo doesn't always think before he does things.

Trey: I'm connecting the dots, Greenlee.

Greenlee: If this is another warning that Leo is trouble, forget it.

Trey: How well do you really know him?

Greenlee: Better than anyone ever has or ever will.

Trey: You're sure?

Greenlee: Yes. But if you know something, tell me. What's Leo done now?

Guard: You got a visitor.

Vanessa: Oh, really? Who is it?

Guard: Some guy who says to tell you that he co-starred in your biggest production.

Vanessa: Oh --

Mateo: Yeah, I'm still alive, so that makes me special, doesn't it?

Vanessa: Oh.

Mateo: I'll just be a minute.

Vanessa: Well, I'm -- I'm sorry, but I don't -- I don't seem to remember you.

Mateo: Concentrate. It'll come back.

Vanessa: Oh. Mateo.

Mateo: That wasn't so hard, was it?

Vanessa: What are you doing in my room?

Mateo: You see, I said I wasn't going to forget you, and I havenít.

Vanessa: Okay. You have been gaslighting me, Mateo.

Mateo: Me?

Vanessa: You're not going to win. No. But you are trying to drive me insane.

Mateo: I thought you already were insane.

Vanessa: Oh! Look, I -- I'm almost begging you. You stop torturing me!

Hayley: Mateo? Get away from Vanessa. Please leave her alone now.

Mateo: I'll be back.

Liza: I'm ready. Mia, would you -- would you stay? Colby adores you, and I would appreciate it.

Mia: Sure.

Marian: Here she is.

Liza: Hi! Come here! Oh, I missed you. Such a big bed. Give me a hug. Oh. Oh, let me look at you.

Colby: Mommy, are you sick?

Stuart: Um -- Liza, we'll be right outside if you need us.

Mia: Liza, are you sure you --

Liza: You know what? You didn't even say hello to Aunt Mia.

Colby: Hello. Does your tummy hurt?

Liza: No, you know what? My tummy doesn't hurt. It's my head that hurts.

Colby: Shall I kiss it?

Liza: Would you kiss it? Oh!

Colby: Now you'll feel better.

Mia: Oh, looks like your mommy feels better already.

Liza: But you know what? I'm going to stay because I want the doctors to look at me and make me better.

Colby: When are you coming home?

Liza: Well, I hope I'll be home soon. So, why don't you tell me what you've been doing? Because Uncle Stuart told Mimi and Mimi told me that you have been making animal puppets. What's the matter? What are you thinking?

Colby: Are you going to die?

Erica: I could leave if you want me to, Jack.

Jack: Yeah, I think that might be best.

Anna: Oh -- oh, sorry, sorry.

Jack: Erica was just leaving.

Anna: I didn't realize you were busy.

Erica: Congratulations, Anna, on your -- well, I suppose you're calling it a marriage to David.

Anna: Thank you, I think. I'll be sure and give him your love. Talking of unattractive expressions, what's up with you?

Jack: You know the flood that destroyed all the evidence we had against David Hayward? Well, guess what. It was no accident.

Anna: It wasn't?

Jack: No. Someone actually tampered with those pipes.

Anna: Oh, God. You think I did it?

Anna: I had nothing to do with the flood in the evidence room. Give me some credit.

Jack: And I should believe you because why? Because you've been so straight with me so far?

Anna: Look, I know my marriage to David didn't come as a welcome surprise, but --

Jack: You did an end run around me, Anna. That's a really stupid thing for the chief of police to do to the district attorney.

Anna: I didn't do anything wrong.

Jack: Really? Oh, okay. Technically, I guess not. But how about morally, ethically, professionally? You're a law enforcement official, and you're protecting a known criminal.

Anna: I am standing by my husband, yes. I won't apologize for that.

Jack: Oh, hell, I don't want your apology, Anna. I want your resignation.

Ryan: What, you actually made this? Because this is good. Are you sure you made this?

Kendall: I have many talents. You haven't even scratched the surface yet.

Ryan: Ooh.

Chris: Would you two like me to leave you alone and let nature take its course?

Kendall: Your son took me to a ball game. That's not exactly a hot date.

Chris: Except that the game was rained out last night, huh?

Kendall: I think I liked you better when you weren't talking.

[Chris laughs]

Erica: Oh. Uh -- Chris, I didn't know that you were busy.

Chris: Well, no, no, you're just in time. Kendall made coffee. Come on in, come on in.

Erica: Well, really? Well, what a treat.

Ryan: Hey -- well, you know what? Get your uniform and I'll take you to work.

Erica: Uniform? Your uniform?

Ryan: Yeah, Kendallís working at SOS as a waitress.

Erica: Oh. Not anymore she's not, no. Kendall and I actually met for a talk last night, and Kendallís working for me now at Enchantment.

Ryan: Really? You know what? I really got to get going. I'll see you later, Chris.

Chris: Bye.

Ryan: Erica.

Kendall: Ryan, Ryan -- Ryan, wait. Wait -- listen --

Ryan: You went to see Erica last night --

Kendall: Yes, I did, but --

Ryan: When you said you didn't. You said you were through trying to get back at her.

Kendall: I know, but --

Ryan: You lied to me!

Greenlee: What do you know, Trey?

Trey: It's not my place --

Greenlee: You're Vanessaís lawyer. If Leo is in trouble --

Trey: He's not the one I'm worried about. How much of his history do you really know?

Greenlee: Everything. He grew up in Europe, went to the best schools.

Trey: And did he know about his mother?

Greenlee: That she was turning herself into Proteus? Don't be ridiculous.

Trey: But he was working with her.

Greenlee: They ran a few scams together.

Trey: And they were partners.

Greenlee: Gross as it may sound, some men found Vanessa charming. She knew how to make a buck off that.

Trey: And she taught Leo everything he knows.

Greenlee: She used him.

Trey: He still knew what he was doing.

Greenlee: He's a different person now.

Trey: He was a con and a grifter.

Greenlee: No, he used people the way she used him. It was all he knew.

Trey: What about you?

Greenlee: What do you mean?

Trey: Did he use you?

Greenlee: Where are you going with all this?

Trey: When he was staying with you, did Leo -- could Leo have tapped into any of your bank accounts?

Greenlee: What?

Trey: Was there ever a time when he could've seen your financial papers? Anything with an account number on it or a password?

Greenlee: What are you accusing Leo of?

Trey: There's a lot of money missing, Greenlee -- Vanessaís drug money.

Greenlee: What does that have to do with Leo?

Trey: She had to stash it somewhere -- or somebody could've stashed it for her.

Greenlee: And you think Leo -- that's insane.

Trey: When you two first got together, if I had said that the only reason Leo came to Pine Valley was to take you for everything you had, you would've said that was insane, wouldn't you?

Greenlee: How do you know about that? Have you been investigating me?

Trey: I know you care about the guy and you don't want to hear what I have to say, but I would feel bad if I didn't warn you.

Greenlee: Okay. You've warned me.

Trey: Whoever has that money is in a hell of a lot of trouble, and I don't want that person to be you.

Hayley: What are you doing? I thought we agreed that we were going to forget Proteus.

Mateo: That woman almost ruined our lives.

Hayley: They caught her.

Mateo: Yeah, and now she says she's nuts.

Hayley: Mateo --

Mateo: And she's going to get away with it. She's not going to pay for what she did.

Hayley: Is she right? Are you gaslighting her?

Mateo: Me?

Hayley: Did you put that snake in her room?

Mateo: I can't believe you're asking me that.

Hayley: It's a yes or a no answer.

Mateo: If I did, would you blame me?

Hayley: Mateo, Liza is having brain surgery in a few minutes. She needs us.

Mateo: Right.

Hayley: Adam needs us.

Mateo: I know, and now we're supposed to pretend like nothing's happened, right?

Hayley: No, but you were the one that said Vanessaís not worth it.

Mateo: Right. Yeah, we're just supposed to sit back and pretend that nothing happened. And she's going to get away with what she did and make us all look like idiots?

Hayley: I didn't say that.

Mateo: I can't -- I can't hang out and watch that. I wonít.

Hayley: Mateo, wait.

Liza: Pumpkin, I don't want to die. I'm trying to get well.

Mia: Colby, you remember that book that we were reading about the little girl who went to the hospital to get her appendix out?

Colby: Mm-hmm.

Mia: Well, that's what this place is. And there's lots of nice people here who are taking good care of your mom.

Colby: Do they give you ice cream?

Liza: Actually, I get chocolate pudding --

Colby: Mmm.

Liza: Which is very cool.

Colby: Mmm. Can I stay here with you?

Mia: Oh -- wait a minute. You and me -- we're supposed to go to the zoo tomorrow, you remember?

Colby: Uh-huh. And there's a new baby giraffe.

Liza: Oh, will you take picture so you can show me?

Marian: Everything all right in here?

Liza: Actually, I think you need to go home with Mimi and Stuart, okay? But before you go, will you promise me something? Will you promise me that you won't forget that I love you?

Colby: I promise, Mommy.

Liza: Okay.

Colby: Mommy -- I love you, Mommy.

Liza: Thanks. You know, I know that people say it all the time, but I don't know if I would've made it without you here.

Mia: You were fine. You know, you didn't lie to her. That's the main thing.

Liza: I don't know. If I make it out of here, I think her future shrink will say I scarred her for life.

Mia: Oh, no. Kids are tough, you know? I think they just want you to be honest.

Liza: She asked me if I was going to die, and I dodged it.

Mia: Yeah, but you're not going to, so dodging is fine.

Liza: You know, I have to ask something else of you. And I know that you and I have not known each other that long, but --

Mia: Liza, just ask me.

Liza: Adam means well. You know, when he loves someone, he loves them total, complete. He just makes bad mistakes.

Mia: What do you want me to do?

Liza: It's just that there's a lot of things that can happen in surgery, you know, and I just want you to be there for Colby if she needs you.

Mia: Liza, Colby's got a father. I don't think he's really going to want to share her with --

Liza: I just want him to be able to listen to you. In some ways, you and I -- we're alike. And when he looks into your eyes, I want him to be able to see mine. I want if something comes out of your mouth that he would think that that was something I would say.

Mia: I'll do my best. You know, I really do care about Colby.

Liza: I know you do. And that's why I hope that you'll be there for her if she needs you, whatever it is.

Mia: All I can really do is love her.

Liza: No. I want you to help her if it comes to that.

Mia: I don't understand.

Liza: Do you remember the money that I told you about, the money that I was setting aside? I want you to be able to get your hands on that.

Mia: Liza, I --

Liza: There are bankbooks, and I have them taped under my bed frame in my bedroom. No one knows about it. There is more than enough there for you and for Colby.

Mia: I don't need --

Liza: Mia -- Mia -- I just want you to promise me that you're going to take care of my little girl no matter what.

Mia: I promise.

Kendall: Ryan, listen to me for a minute.

Ryan: You don't have --

Kendall: Listen --

Ryan: You don't have to explain yourself, all right, because it's your life.

Kendall: I wanted to tell you that I went to see her last night. I was afraid.

Ryan: Of what? Telling me the truth?

Kendall: I was afraid you wouldn't like me anymore.

Ryan: What is this, grade school?

Kendall: That's just it. I don't know what this is. I don't know why I do anything when it comes to her. I don't know why she's doing this.

Ryan: Well, does it matter to you?

Kendall: Well, what if she really wants me to work with her? I mean, is that so totally impossible? I'm just as smart as Greenlee.

Ryan: Of course you are.

Kendall: Well, what if she wants me to work with her and really learn the business? I mean, what if she wants me there, Ryan, for real?

Ryan: It's possible.

Kendall: Well, how can I say no to that?

Ryan: Look, you do what you want, all right? I'm just saying that I got a bad feeling about this.

Kendall: Why?

Ryan: What do you mean, "why"?

Kendall: You're trying to warn me. Why?

Ryan: I don't know.

Kendall: Because you care. Go ahead and say it, Ryan. You care about me.

Erica: How are you this morning?

Chris: Still mobile, thank you.

Erica: You know, you really probably should go to the doctor. You really should get a checkup. What? What is it?

Chris: There's still hope for you yet.

Erica: Well, thank you. What did I do?

Chris: You know, hiring -- hiring Kendall.

Erica: Oh.

Chris: That -- that shows that you're trying to work things out.

Erica: Well, yes. I mean, I certainly believe in second chances -- giving them and getting them.

Chris: No, no. I got it, I got it, I got it.

Erica: That was beautiful.

Chris: I'm glad you liked it. You know, with all the excitement last night, I -- I -- I forgot to do something.

Erica: What? Your arms still work.

Anna: You want my resignation?

Jack: That's right.

Anna: Well, I want world peace and a flashy sports car.

Jack: Hey, that's very clever, but I'm warning you, Anna --

Anna: What? What? I shouldn't take you on? You think I'm afraid of you?

Jack: I don't care if you're afraid of me or not, but just know I can be a powerful friend or enemy. It's up to you.

Anna: Now who's abusing his position?

Jack: No, no, no. I'm just giving the rookie the lay of the land, babe.

Anna: Thanks.

Jack: You're welcome.

Anna: You want to take my job? Fine. Try. I'll see you in court, Mr. D.A.

Liza: I've been waiting for you.

Marian: Uh -- Mia and I will be out in the hall.

Liza: I was wondering if you were going to come back.

Adam: Well, I just wanted you and Colby to have some time together.

Liza: You're going to be okay.

Jake: It's time.

Ryan: Damned if I know why, but I do care about you.

Greenlee: Leo would never use me like that.

Trey: Okay.

Greenlee: And he would never help his mother. He doesn't want to have anything to do with her anymore.

Trey: If you say so.

Greenlee: And I'm not sure I want to have anything to do with you. You're Vanessaís lawyer.

Trey: It's my job, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Defending drug-pushing psycho killers?

Trey: When they hire me, yes.

Greenlee: How do you sleep at night?

Trey: Depends.

Greenlee: Oh, don't tell me your conscience bothers you.

Trey: It can. You're probably going to find out about this sooner or later, so --

Greenlee: What?

Trey: Something big is about to go down today, and you're not going to be very happy about it.

Leo: Jackson. I don't mean to interrupt, but I just wanted to thank you for not blocking my release from jail. It was very cool.

Jack: You're welcome, but I didn't know anything about your release, Leo.

Leo: What? You mean -- I was told that --

Man: Mr. Montgomery?

Jack: Hey, Mike. What's going on?

Mike: Have a nice day.

Jack: My buddy Mike.

[Jack laughs]

Jack: This day just gets better and better.

Leo: What is it?

Jack: From Vanessaís defense team. They're making a motion to have her case dismissed for reasons of --

Leo: What?

Jack: Insanity.

Leo: Dismi -- can they do -- so she's going to be free?

Jack: No. Well, not free, exactly. She'll be confined to a mental hospital.

Leo: Oh, my -- he -- it was that lawyer. It was -- it was Trey. He did this.

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

Kendall: Why hold back, Ryan?

Chris: There's something I'd like to say. You may not want to hear it.

Greenlee: Other than to commit mayhem, why are you really here?

Hayley: You're talking about Liza like she's dead, and I'm not going to let you do that.

Dr. Greenberg: We're losing her.

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