AMC Transcript Thursday 4/18/02

 

All My Children Transcript Thursday 4/18/02

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Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Leo: You should be my roommate. I booked a suite here with two gigantic bedrooms.

Bianca: Are you serious?

Leo: Yeah, I'm serious. It'll be like old times.

Adam: Liza has been ill. She siphoned off a good deal of money from Chandler Enterprises. I want you to find it.

Ryan: Thank God you're all right.

Kendall: I'm glad you're safe, Mother.

Mia: It can't be him.

Leo: What the hell is going on here?

David: Where is it?

Bianca: On the back of his head.

David: Let's take a look.

Leo: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Stop. What are you doing?

David: Any double vision?

Leo: No.

David: Hmm? Grogginess?

Leo: Ow. No.

David: Okay. You should survive.

Leo: Thanks.

David: So, who zapped you?

Leo: What's with the brotherly concern, David?

David: This is a really nice suite, Leo. So, how much is it running you?

Leo: It's none of your damn business.

Maggie: 900 a night.

David: 900 a night? Boy, your credit card should've been laughed right out of the approval machine.

Leo: I thought that I could trust you.

David: All right, Leo. What trouble are you in now?

Bianca: If you don't tell him, I will.

Jack: I asked you a question.

Anna: For God sake, Jackson, what is wrong?

Jack: Regarding the way you're doing your job, I'd say just about everything.

Anna: Not that again. I'm going to my room.

Jack: Listen. Listen to me. You're making a mockery of your office and of mine, and I'm not going to have it.

Anna: I just booked Vanessa last night and I answered a million press calls. What else do you want?

Jack: Your badge! I want your badge.

[Crash]

Kendall: Chris?

Chris: Damn it!

Kendall: I'll get it. I'll get it.

Chris: I'll pay Myrtle for the damage.

Kendall: Oh, come on. She barely even accepts your rent.

Chris: I can't do a damn thing right around here anymore. Hi.

Erica: Hi. You know, you're progressing exactly the way Joe Martin said you were going to.

Chris: Oh, yeah?

Erica: Yeah. With frustration and with depression and with rage.

Chris: Well, then, two points for Dr. Joe.

Ryan: Hey. How's it going? How's your physical therapy going?

Chris: According to Erica, perfect.

Ryan: Good, because I want you to know I'm training really hard for our race.

Chris: Oh, really?

Ryan: Yeah.

Chris: Really? You know, don't think I don't know what you're up to -- the one, two, three of you. So why don't you just pack yourselves together like this and go?

Mia: Ah!

Jake: Mia? Hey, what's going on?

Mia: Jake, I'm sorry.

Jake: Who're you running from just now?

Adam: Hi. Colby and I picked these for you. She's been watering your garden. She told her flowers that her mommy would be home soon. You can't -- you can't disappoint our daughter. Don't stop trying to get better just because you're angry with me. I'll be -- I'll be right outside.

Liza: I will get better.

Adam: Dr. McMillan, how -- how soon can my wife answer some questions?

Zeke: What kind of questions?

Adam: Hard ones.

Zeke: What exactly are you after here?

Adam: I want my wife declared mentally incompetent.

[Monitor beeps]

Adam: I know it sounds harsh, but funds have been disappearing from Chandler Enterprises.

Zeke: This is about money?

Adam: No. No, of course not. She has fired some key executives, grossly mismanaged others. She's -- her judgment is obviously impaired.

Zeke: She was sick.

Adam: Yes, she's sick, and you and I understand that, but the S.E.C. doesn't.

Zeke: What do you mean?

Adam: The S.E.C. is threatening to investigate her. Some stockholders are threatening civil action. She might be facing time. We have to protect her.

Zeke: The process is deliberately long and laborious.

Adam: Then fast-track it.

Zeke: Mr. Chandler --

Adam: When she leaves this hospital, I want "mentally incompetent" stamped on my wife's records.

[Monitor sounds]

Nurse: Something's wrong with Mrs. Chandler's monitors.

Adam: Liza? Liza.

Mia: I'm sorry, Jake. I'm sorry.

Jake: Mia, what's going on? You're shaking.

Mia: No, it's just -- it's probably what's just -- what's going on with my sister right now. She's --

Jake: Well, your sister's improving, I mean, in large part thanks to you.

Mia: No.

Jake: Mia, you've given her someone that she can lean on, someone she can trust, someone she can trust in care of Colby. That's huge.

Mia: I love that little girl.

Jake: Wait a minute. Is taking care of Colby making you miss your son?

Mia: What, are you on Chief-of-Staff mode right now, grilling all of your new employees?

Jake: It's an honest question. Now, something's going on. I know it. Tell me what's bothering you.

Mia: My sister's brain surgery isn't enough?

Jake: That is enough, but there's something else.

Mia: I'm sorry. You know what? I'm just going to leave my personal stuff at home from now on.

Jake: Okay, hang -- just hang on a second. I didn't mean to sound like that. All right, I am not coming down on you. I can just tell. Here, just have a seat. Listen. You remember when I wanted to ditch this place and sail off into the horizon?

Mia: What about it?

Jake: You made me come to that decision.

Mia: I was ready to join you.

Jake: Yeah, I know, but your support really made the difference for me, and I mean it. It did. And, I mean, things didn't play out the way that I planned, but --

Mia: Are you glad you stayed? I mean, you did the right thing and all?

Jake: Yes, I am.

Mia: But it's not always easy, is it?

Jake: No, it's not easy. It's certainly not easy when you're having to give up your child.

Mia: Thank you.

[Pager beeps]

Jake: Unbelievable.

Mia: It's okay.

Jake: Oh, man. Listen, I got to take this. I'm sorry. I want you to call me, okay? Please, just call me whenever, all right?

Mia: I will.

Chris: Since my bullet fragment moved and has set me back, there's nothing better for me to do but to sit here and watch this -- you know, why don't the three of you just get yourselves together, get out of here, and give me some space, okay?

Erica: No, we can't do that. We're not done here yet.

Chris: Oh, that's right, I forgot -- your little conspiracy. Some tough-love banter, a pat on the back, a kiss from my darling, and then all of a sudden, lo and behold, my miserable attitude just melts away and -- hallelujah -- I can walk again! And then we go arm in arm through the dogwood trees.

Kendall: Dogwood trees?

Chris: I've seen it a thousand times, that B.S. on the all-woman's station.

Ryan: You watch that?

Chris: I already explained my TV situation, didn't I?

Ryan: I'm kidding! All right, look, I'm here just because I had a little bit of time to kill. That's it, all right? Take it easy.

Chris: Aha. You?

Kendall: I live here.

Chris: Hmm. And?

Erica: I got the life scared out of me last night.

Chris: I'm sorry. I forgot.

Kendall: I'll get a broom.

Chris: This physical therapy -- it's just --

Ryan: It'd mess with anybody's head.

Chris: Yeah, well, not half as bad as Vanessa Cortlandt doing her "Norma Desmond meets Charles Manson" act.

Erica: I think we were all pretty traumatized last night by that.

Ryan: Kendall and I missed the main event.

Kendall: I hung with Myrtle.

Chris: Good choice. I watched while Greenlee almost died.

Erica: No, you jumped up and you defended me. Might be nice to talk about that.

Kendall: "Nice"?

Chris: Well, Chris, do you having anything else you want to say about it, talk about?

Chris: No. Nope. Look, why don't we go with your idea from last night?

Erica: Which was?

Chris: Poker.

Erica: Poker.

Chris: Great idea. Cards are right there in the desk. Come on, let's go!

Ryan: I'll get them.

Chris: And move that chair. Come on.

Kendall: All right. I'm getting it, I'm getting it.

Erica: Gee, five-card stud's always been so good to me.

Chris: Oh, I'm not going to touch that line.

Kendall: That's an amateur's game.

Ryan: All right, all right. 21? 21?

Kendall: That is boring.

Chris: Boring?

Kendall: Yes.

Chris: All right, Kendall, why don't you pick the game?

Kendall: Okay. Why don't we play strip poker?

Kendall: Ante up.

David: So you have nothing to say, Leo?

Leo: Bianca, friends don't rat out friends.

Bianca: They do when their friends are in trouble, Leo.

Leo: You're overreacting.

Bianca: No, I'm not. You were knocked unconscious. Next time might be worse.

Leo: I'm -- I'm fine.

David: At 900 a night, I'm sure the place comes with hangers. What do you think, huh?

Leo: I'll let the valet take care of it.

David: Yeah, well, maybe you should get bodyguard, too, especially if you're going to be flashing money around.

Leo: I can take care of myself.

David: Oh, yeah, yeah, of course you can. So the guy who knocked you out -- did he rip you off, too?

Leo: That's none of your damn business.

Maggie: All right, you know what? I think I'm just going to go.

David: No -- Maggie, no. Stay.

Maggie: Why? This seems private, David.

David: You're family.

Leo: Yeah, lucky you. Lucky you. Here's some advice -- run for your life while you still can.

David: I think she should stick around, really get to know Vanessa’s spawn.

Leo: With advice like that, how could you resist?

Maggie: Okay --

Leo: Why don't you stick around, be with us? You know, we'll teach you how to go against the flow.

Maggie: Okay, then why don't you tell us what's going on? What, did you get robbed?

Leo: Yeah. Yeah. Looks like it.

David: How much?

Leo: More than I can afford to lose.

David: So when Vanessa told you that she wanted you to run away with her to escape to Vienna --

Leo: I was trying to trick her, David. That's --

David: Or were you trying to rip her off?

Leo: David, come on.

David: Come on, Leo, you know where this is going. All right, did Vanessa tell you where her stash was? You know what I'm talking about -- the Proteus millions?

Leo: It's not drug money!

David: Oh, that's wonderful to hear. So, where did all this come from?

Leo: A locker, okay? A locker. It's Vanessa’s mad money.

David: Her what?

Leo: Her -- her getaway fund. You know, I found it, and I'm rather stoked about it.

David: Oh, I'm sure you are, but you can't live off of this.

Leo: No, I can’t. I spent some of it and I got unburdened of the rest. I'm a screw-up, but I'd rather be a screw-up.

David: Than what?

Leo: Than you -- a loser. A loser who's had everything handed to him, doesn't even know it.

Anna: You still think that I was involved with the evidence that was destroyed?

Jack: Oh, I'm very, very concerned you are, you bet.

Anna: Plumbing isn't one of my talents.

Jack: Yeah, but I'll bet you know somebody who knows their way around steel fittings, don't you?

Anna: Uh -- no.

Jack: I saw you in the interrogation room the other day with some evidence. I want to know where those materials are now.

Anna: That's nice, you know, that -- that intense stare. It really works.

Jack: Thank you very much. Where are the materials, Devane?

Anna: But it's your sincerity needs a little adjusting because if you actually had anything on me, you wouldn't be harassing me in public. You'd do it in private. And I don't see why I have to be the one to remind you that David and Vanessa weren't the only suspects that had evidence against them destroyed.

Jack: Oh, but they had the most to gain, though, didn't they?

Anna: As Chief of Police, I advise you look elsewhere. If you need officers to assist, just ask.

Jack: When I want your advice I'll ask, but I'll take your officers. I don't like to waste resources.

Anna: See, I think it'd be a wise investment, especially for an elected official.

Jack: I think it would be wise if you didn't try to threaten me.

Anna: You can be accused of abusing your office as well, you know.

Jack: Now there's a nice deflection. Good eye contact. What it lacks is a dose of reality.

Anna: What is this? You're obsessed. No, Jackson, this is personal. You want to bring David down and then me as well?

Jack: Oh, no, this isn't personal. This is business, and it's not over.

Anna: Oh, yeah. It is right now.

Jack: Yeah, for right now.

Leo: Your hands aren't completely clean in all this, either, David.

David: What is that supposed to mean, Leo?

Leo: Oh, come on. Vanessa trusted you with the key to the getaway money, so don't even try it.

David: She never gave me any key.

Leo: Yeah? Well, she hid it in a plant in your suite, the one that you move with you everywhere you go.

Maggie: Vanessa always figures a way out of everything.

Bianca: She is in a locked room in a locked ward in a locked hospital with armed guards.

David: I didn't know anything about her escape, Leo.

Bianca: Leo, you got to give the money back to the police.

David: That's right, you do, immediately.

Leo: Is anybody listening to me? It's gone. The money's gone. That's what happens when you get robbed.

David: All right. Well, then, you have to help the police find the rest of it.

Leo: Like hell I do.

David: Well, she must have multiple stashes.

Leo: Sometimes. But she was really losing it toward the end, so --

David: All right. Well, then, think, Leo.

Leo: No, I'm not going to think!

David: She has to have some more money hidden someplace.

Leo: Well, then you figure it out because I'm -- I'm tired of -- of trying to figure out her sick mind.

Bianca: Leo, you have to do this.

Leo: No, I don't have to do anything, Bianca. Okay, I don't have to do anything. I'm tired of trying to be the upstanding citizen. I got her to confess on tape that she was faking the insanity. The DA's got a copy.

David: See, now, that was a good move, Leo.

Leo: Well, you know, do you see what it got me?

David: The --

Leo: It got me a front-row seat to Vanessa holding a knife to Greenlee’s throat. That's what it got -- my ex-fiancée's throat.

David: I'm sorry.

Leo: Yeah, right.

David: Leo, that money -- even just a little bit of it -- is going to ruin everything you touch.

Leo: [German accent] Really? Really? Hero doctor, Dr. Successful --

David: Oh, no, don't start, all right?

Leo: Dr. Illegal research. [Normal voice] Dr. "Everything I have was given to me by my mother's illegal drug money."

David: That is my point exactly.

Leo: Well, hey, I'm sorry. I'm not -- you know, you've broken every rule there is, so -- and since when are you so concerned about right and wrong, anyway?

David: Leo, my wife is the chief of police.

Anna: Hi. What'd I miss?

Chris: Here we go.

Kendall: To play, you have to take something off.

Ryan: Okay. I'm in. A shoe.

Chris: Watch. Read them and weep.

Erica: You're going to have to work on that poker face, Chris.

Chris: Oh, really?

Erica: I can tell you're just testing us girls.

Ryan: You know, poker is a fast way to find out what someone's really like.

Chris: Yep, and what they've been hiding.

[Chris chuckles]

Erica: We'll just see about that, won't we, Kendall?

Ryan: Wait a minute. "Leave a little to the imagination" is Enchantment's slogan, isn't it?

Erica: It is, but Kendall's helping us to free ourselves of our inhibitions.

Ryan: Aha. Okay. Okay. I raise one shirt -- if I can get it off.

Erica: And jacks are wild, right?

Ryan: What? No, no, no, no. No wild cards, right, Chris?

Chris: That's right. I -- I fold.

Ryan: Yeah, I hear you. You know what? Let's switch stakes. Let's play for some serious cash.

Chris: Good idea.

Erica: What?

Chris: It's a good idea! I mean, you know -- you know, for the injured guy to bare everything, it just doesn't cut it.

Erica: Chicken.

Chris: Who you calling "chicken"?

Erica: I'm calling you chicken. You men, you're all talk. Can you believe the cowards these two are, Kendall?

Kendall: This is ridiculous.

Chris: Ahem.

Ryan: Oh, yeah, I'll get her. Excuse me.

Adam: Jake, how is she?

Jake: She's stable. What happened in there, Adam?

Adam: How the hell should I know? I walked in and found her in a heap on the floor. It looks like she pulled out and unhooked all her monitors. Why would she do that?

Jake: What, you want me to speculate?

Adam: No, just do something. You never have any answers anyway.

Jake: You know, Adam, setbacks are a part of recovery. I don't want you pushing her.

Adam: I'm not pushing her. I'm pushing you. Do something.

Liza: No.

Nurse: It's only a mild sedative.

Adam: Darling?

Nurse: Mrs. Chandler, you need to relax.

Liza: No. No. No!

Adam: You're safe.

Liza: I want --

Adam: What? Anything.

Liza: Mia.

Adam: Sweetheart, I'm here. I'll take care of you.

Liza: Get -- get Mia.

Adam: Okay, all right. Right away.

Trey: Excuse me. I got a message to --

Mia: Hi.

Trey: Mia.

Mia: Trey. Thank you for coming.

Trey: Sure.

Trey: So, do you live in Pine Valley?

Mia: I've been seeing you around.

Trey: And you didn't say hi?

Mia: I sort of was just hiding. So -- how have you been?

Trey: Wait. Wait. Go back. Were you avoiding me?

Mia: It's just --

Trey: Just what?

Mia: Well, you see, I'm kind of needed here now, so I can't stay hiding.

Trey: Good.

Mia: But --

Trey: But --

Mia: I'd like to.

Trey: Come, on, Mia --

Mia: No, I know, I know. I know I can't keep running.

Trey: That's progress.

Mia: And you --

trey: I what?

Mia: You bring it all back.

Trey: Oh --

Mia: You know, the less people who know --

Trey: Yes?

Mia: The less people who know, the better.

Trey: We had an agreement.

Mia: I know.

Trey: I gave you my word.

Mia: Yes, I remember.

Trey: Don't you trust me?

Mia: Yes, I do. But -- well --

Trey: What?

Mia: You know how I felt about giving up the baby.

Marian: Sweet dreams, Darling.

Liza: Mama?

Marian: Oh, Liza. It's so good to hear your voice, Darling. Things certainly aren't the same without you. I'm not the same.

Liza: Colby?

Marian: She's fine. She's just aching for you to get home. We all are. Adam has been absolutely wonderful. Oh, darling? Here I am keeping you up. You should just get your rest, get some sleep, and remember that I love you very much, my baby. Okay? Liza, what is it? You're certainly getting your strength back.

Liza: Do --

Marian: Yes?

Liza: Do something important for me.

Ryan: Hey, hey. Now, what's going on? What's the matter with you?

Kendall: Did you hear her in there? Going on like she and I were some kind of a matched pair.

Ryan: So what? So, I mean -- yeah, it was a little hokey, but come on, Kendall --

Kendall: No, my skin is crawling. I have nothing in common with her.

Ryan: She was trying. She was trying to help Chris. She was trying to make everything perfect. And remind me again, what's so terrible about "perfect"?

Kendall: Nothing if it's real. All right, fine, that's what I've always dreamed of.

Ryan: Well, then, enjoy it.

Kendall: No, I cannot let Erica get the best of me. No.

Ryan: Fine! Fine! Roll around in your own misery, all right. I'm over it.

Kendall: What, like you do? You think all that suffering gives you depth, right?

Ryan: Don't turn this around. This is about you. This is your angle. You won't give Erica a second chance.

Kendall: That's because she's up to something.

Ryan: Oh, and you're not, Miss "I would never ever work for Erica but now I'm her trusted right hand"?

Kendall: Why am I always the bad one?

Ryan: Because, Kendall, I'm serious, she's trying. She's trying. You're not.

Kendall: Man, your childhood really messed you up. You still think abused women are supposed to simper and take it. Say something.

Ryan: Wait. Wait.

Kendall: Come on.

Ryan: No.

Kendall: Fight back.

Ryan: No, no. We're not fighting about Chris and Erica.

Kendall: I am.

Ryan: No, you're not. This is about you and me. All right? We're both whacked.

Erica: You know, for all your secret agent training, you are completely transparent.

Chris: Oh. Name, rank, and serial number -- that's all you're going to get out of me, Darling.

Erica: You are pushing Kendall and me together.

Chris: What, wanting mother and daughter to be closer? Is that subversive?

Erica: She doesn't want it, obviously.

Chris: You know, you told me you wanted to be tighter with Kendall. I mean, that's why you hired her to work at enchantment, huh?

Erica: How could I possibly do any more?

Chris: Oh, I don't know. Maybe there's just so much bad stuff that's happened in your past.

Erica: Yeah, maybe.

Chris: You know, what -- what has she done so wrong that makes it so hard for you?

Erica: Please don't do that. Please don't ask me. I don't want to relive it.

Chris: Erica, I just don't understand what your problem is.

Erica: No. No, you don’t. So could we please just drop it?

Chris: You know, I remember you said to me you were hoping that it could be different this time with Kendall, right?

Erica: Yes, yes, I was. Which is why I haven't told you all the things that I could.

Chris: What things? Tell me.

Erica: Look, could we just drop it? Kendall is full of hatred for me. I try so hard every day not to return that hatred. Please don't ask me to do any more than that. You know, the history is nothing like you and Ryan. He is not faking a rape. He is not faking a suicide. He is not going to try to destroy you and your reputation.

Chris: It's like I said before, Erica. I didn't have all the facts.

Erica: Hmm. No, you didn't, but you sure had an answer for everything, didn't you?

Chris: Well, almost everything. For you -- definitely.

[Erica cries]

Chris: Oh, Erica, don't -- please -- here. Here. Here. Look. Look. I'm sorry. I didn't mean to make you cry, Darling.

Erica: You didn't.

Chris: Well, then, what's with the waterworks?

Erica: I guess I just have to face it.

Chris: Okay. Face what?

Erica: I -- I can't hide anything from you.

Chris: Okay. Then tell me why you're crying.

Erica: Chris, I'm so happy!

Chris: Oh.

Anna: I always think it's best to keep family quarrels contained.

David: Sounds like great advice.

Leo: Uh --

Anna: What happened?

Leo: How long were you out there?

Anna: This looks like a crime scene.

Leo: It's just a few clothes lying around. It's --

Anna: Don't you have a wardrobe? All right, do you want to tell me what happened, or am I going to drag you all in for a lie detector test? All right, what's going on?

Leo: I -- I found -- I found some --

Anna: Yeah?

Bianca: He was feeling depressed and we went shopping.

Maggie: Yeah, to those new outlets.

Leo: I got lucky at the track.

Anna: Really?

Leo: Yeah. What, you don't approve of gambling, Anna? Is that it?

Anna: No.

Leo: Well, I suppose you wouldn't, being the chief of police.

Anna: Yeah. What odd fortune your family has, David.

David: Yeah, no kidding.

Anna: Your mother just gets booked for trafficking drugs and your brother hits the jackpot. I might be Chief of Police, but I'm not the enemy. I'm family. Maybe one day that'll mean something to you.

David: Damn it.

Leo: I'm sorry.

David: Thanks a lot, Leo. You know something? You really are a screw-up.

Bianca: Look, I was just trying to help.

Leo: Bang-up job, Bianca.

Bianca: Let's get out of here.

Ryan: We're two of a kind, Kendall.

Kendall: Excuse me?

Ryan: We talk things to death. We talk about my sad stories. Then we talk about your sad stories. It's like --

Kendall: Well, Oprah would be impressed.

Ryan: No. Oprah likes people that move on.

Kendall: You've been watching too much TV with Chris.

Ryan: It sucks -- it does -- that my mom was a wreck, that Gillian died, that you feel shut out or whatever it is that you feel. But that stuff is there. It's not going anywhere. We can work that forever, and we're going to be missing it.

Kendall: Well, if we're missing it, then I'm going to go to bed.

Ryan: No, no, no, no. Don't go anywhere. We're still here.

Kendall: Whoo-hoo, yippee.

Ryan: No, but we made it through!

Kendall: To what?

Ryan: April. Wide-open roads.

Kendall: Oh, my God. Don't tell me there's "Chicken Soup for Guys with Motorcycles."

Ryan: No -- I'm serious. We're wasting time. We're wasting -- I don't know -- this beautiful night talking about your mother and my father. I want you to go inside and I want you to put something else on.

Kendall: What? Why?

Ryan: Because -- go inside. Put something really nice, you know, to knock me out, kind of like -- ah -- you know what I mean.

Kendall: For what reason? Why? What's going on?

Ryan: Because I'm going to be right back to pick you up.

Kendall: Where are we going?

Ryan: To live a little.

Mia: The decision that -- about the baby --

Trey: Yeah?

Mia: Well, I know it was the right thing to do. I just -- it was. But seeing you again just kind of brings it all back.

[Mia sobs]

Trey: It's okay. Let it all out. It's okay.

Adam: Mia?

Erica: You really don't understand women very well, Chris.

Chris: Sure, I do. Tears when you're happy -- that makes perfect sense to me.

Erica: All right, try to follow.

Chris: I'll try. Go ahead.

Erica: We were fighting.

Chris: Okay. So far, I'm with you.

Erica: You are so stubborn. You push my buttons.

Chris: You pushed a few of mine.

Erica: Like you won't take no for an answer.

Chris: Look who's talking. You know -- so, where's the happy part?

Erica: We're back. We're -- we're us.

Chris: And now I have a better idea what you're up against.

Ryan: Wow. You look great.

Kendall: Thanks. It's just a little something I threw together.

Ryan: Yeah, I see that.

David: Anna's missing. I have no idea where she went.

Leo: I'm sorry.

David: Oh, yeah, I'm sure you are. Here. Put that on.

Leo: I'm not going to talk to the police --

David: No, we have something to do first, so come on.

Leo: David --

David: No, I promise you it's going to be interesting.

Leo: Where are we going?

David: We're going to go visit our sick mumsy.

Chris: Stand there just like that. Now put your left foot in.

Erica: The "hokey-pokey"?

Chris: Now you see why PT is so much fun?

Erica: Yeah, but the "shake it all about" part could have possibilities.

Chris: You shake it right on over here, then. Let's find out.

[Knock on door]

Erica: Oh. Guess Kendall must've forgotten something.

Chris: Door's open. Get what you came for and leave.

Anna: Sorry. I didn't mean to interrupt.

Erica: Anna. Uh -- what do you want?

Marian: Okay, there you go. All right, Darling, just give into it and go to sleep. Whatever's on your mind is not as important as your health, okay? You've always been far too ambitious for your own good. You know that.

Liza: Don't trust Adam, Mama.

Marian: What?

Liza: Not with Colby.

Marian: Oh, Darling, everything is fine. He adores Colby.

Liza: Trust Mia.

Mia: Adam.

Adam: Mia, I --

Mia: Um -- this is my friend, Trey. I'm sorry. Where are my manners? Trey, Adam Chandler --

Adam: Let me get that for you.

Mia: No!

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

Anna: I'm here to steal Chris away from you.

Adam: I'm having you moved to a very special hospital.

Liza: No!

[Greenlee screams]

Leo: Greenlee almost died because of you?

Kendall: I just can't believe you're doing this for me.

Ryan: Believe it.

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