All My Children Transcript Tuesday 4/23/02
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Adam: I want you to help me prove that Liza is incompetent.
Vanessa: Doctor? Doctor?
Leo: I hate it that you're scared and that you're hurting, and I really hate it that there's nothing I can do to help you.
Adam: Ah! Good morning, Sweetheart! Oh, give me a hug, hug, hug! Good morning. Wait. Whoa, look at you. What happened to your curls?
Colby: Aunt Mia braided my hair just like hers.
Adam: Well, you both look wonderful.
Winifred: Colby, it is time for school.
Adam: Okay, I love you, Sweetheart.
Adam: Whoa, what is this?
Colby: It's a picture that I made for Mommy. It's a picture of me and Aunt Mia. And I drew a bandage on my forehead just like Mommy's.
Adam: She'll love that. I'll deliver this myself.
Mia: Have a good day, sweet pea. Go on. Go on.
Adam: Bye-bye, Sweetheart.
Colby: Bye, Daddy.
Adam: Bye-bye. I love you. Your idea?
Mia: No, hers.
Adam: Seem rather glum this morning. You changed your mind about helping me?
Mia: You mean helping Liza. No, I'm still on board.
Adam: Good. I know it seems -- seems drastic, Mia, but getting her declared incompetent is going to shield her from embezzlement charges and possibly jail time. For her sake and Colby's --
Mia: Like I said, Adam, you can count me in. But we do this my way or you can forget about it.
Greenlee: For this I went to college. For this -- ugh! -- I worked my butt off. I get kicked down the corporate ladder so Kendall can hog all the perks and glory.
[Knock on door]
Val: Greetings, ye who have fallen.
Greenlee: Val, do you work at being annoying or is it a gift?
Val: You have a delivery.
Greenlee: Well, sign for it, boy Friday, and buzz off.
Val: Oh, he insisted on bringing it himself.
Greenlee: "He"? "He" who? Trey.
Trey: You were hoping maybe I was Leo?
Leo: Hello, Simone. Thank you for meeting me.
Simone: Uh-huh. You know, what they charge for brunch could bankroll a small country.
Leo: Yeah, well, breakfast is on me. It's my treat.
Simone: Well, clue me in. If I remember correct, it was just a few weeks ago when you could barely afford the Pine Cone, and now here you are, living large in a four-star hotel? What gives?
Leo: Well, I sort of came into some money.
Simone: Hmm. Somebody die?
Leo: Yeah, sort of. Listen, I have to discuss something pretty big with you.
Simone: Yeah? Well, I've got some big news, too. You want to flip to see who goes first?
Kendall: Who put that goofy smile on your face?
Kendall: Me? Why?
Ryan: What, you mean I need a reason?
Kendall: No. Just not something I'm used to.
Ryan: Oh, yeah?
Kendall: Yeah. I mean, most of the other guys that I've been with, I never stuck around for the morning after.
Ryan: Well, then you know something -- I'm not like most other guys.
Adam: So, Mia, you're insisting that we do it your way. What way is that?
Mia: Adam, do you know what I see when I look at you?
Adam: A man who loves his wife beyond reason?
Mia: No, a man who is so in control that he's out of control.
Adam: What the devil does that mean?
Mia: Okay, around Colby, you're like this tame tiger, but otherwise, you're just like this sledgehammer.
Adam: I'm a man who knows how to get what he wants.
Mia: Well, maybe that kamikaze style works in business, but it's not going to help Liza.
Adam: This is all about helping Liza. She siphoned huge sums of money from the company, all totally unaccounted for.
Mia: And we need to shield her. I get that.
Adam: That's right, and if we get her certified unfit, it can keep her out of prison.
Mia: Depending on how you do it. I mean, we have to proceed with extreme caution.
Adam: I have every intention of that.
Mia: Adam, your intentions are no good!
Adam: What, are you saying you're questioning what I want for Liza?
Mia: Before Liza got sick, she was in your face nonstop.
Adam: You're not my wife.
Mia: I'm her sister! And I want her to be taken care of right!
Adam: So, that's what we both want. What do you want from me?
Mia: I want you to accept that I'm calling the shots.
Adam: And if I refuse?
Mia: Well, you're going to have me on your bad side, and you don't want me on your bad side.
Adam: I'm quaking with fear.
Mia: I am serious, Adam. If you try to railroad Liza into some home or storm-troop your way through the courts, I'm going to kick your butt from here to hell.
Adam: Well, there's no doubt you're Liza's sister.
Mia: She is covering from a major surgery. She doesn't need you acting like some backyard bully.
Adam: What does she need?
Mia: You, Adam -- without the attitude and without the whip and the guns blazing, just you and your love and your support.
Adam: She's always had that.
Mia: Yeah, you've given it to her in your own way, I know, but I need you to forget about your way and do it in a way that Liza needs -- if you want her to get better.
Adam: Yes, of course I want her to get better.
Mia: Good. So then the first thing we do is we get her the hell out of that hospital.
Dr. Greenberg: You're making good progress, Liza.
Jake: So, Dr. Greenberg, how soon do you think our patient will be up and around?
Dr. Greenberg: Well, we'll set a course of physical therapy as soon as she's strong enough.
Jake: Liza? Do you have any questions we can answer for you about your treatment?
Dr. Greenberg: I'll be back later to check on you.
Jake: Hey, Dad.
Joe: How's Liza this morning?
Jake: Well, her vitals are good and her speech and memory appear to be coming back.
Joe: Well, that's good news.
Jake: Yes, but there's just something going on with the way she's acting.
Joe: Huh. She's not pleased with her progress?
Jake: Well, that's just it -- she doesn't seem to be behind on recovery at all.
Dr. Greenberg: She answers my questions, but she's listless.
Joe: Postop depression?
Dr. Greenberg: That'd be my call, Joe. And if it doesn't lift soon, could seriously compromise her recovery.
Simone: I'm too stoked to wait for a coin toss. You've got to hear this.
Leo: What's up? Tell me. Simone: Well, I told you that I dropped off the outline and a chapter of the whole Proteus expose, right?
Leo: Yeah, to some big publishing house, yeah.
Simone: Yeah, well, they made me -- they made us, Leo, an offer. True crime is so hot right now.
Leo: What kind of an offer?
Simone: Oh, deep breath, my dear Leo. A six-figure advance. And they want us both to promote it, talk-show circuit.
Leo: Okay, okay. Listen, Simone, I -- I can't really --
Simone: No, no, forget all other commitments. I mean, this is our ticket to the bestsellers list. I mean, you're going to have to, like, clear out a whole entire shelf to make room for all the awards you're going to ace.
Leo: Okay, I need you to back off the caffeine for a second and listen to me, okay?
Simone: Leo, this is the best thing that ever happened to us. Why are you not doing the happy dance?
Leo: Simone, Greenlee's the best thing that ever happened to me.
Simone: Okay. So?
Leo: So -- I'm sorry that I got you all wrapped up in the book thing. I guess at the time I thought that exposing my mother was the way to go.
Simone: Yeah, it is. It's pure gold.
Leo: No, it's not. I was just trying to get back at Vanessa. I can't go through with this.
Simone: This is your big news, that you don't want to write the book?
Leo: No. Not anymore.
Simone: Even with this incredibly sweet deal on the table?
Leo: Listen, it's definite, Simone. The book thing's not going to happen.
Greenlee: Trey, they're gorgeous.
Trey: I didn't know what kind you liked.
Greenlee: Thank God they're not just roses.
Trey: You have a problem with roses?
Greenlee: They're so predictable.
Trey: Leo would have done that, right?
Greenlee: Why do you keep bringing him up? And to answer your question, I wasn't hoping you were him.
Trey: Good. Because I had a great time last night.
Greenlee: So did I.
Trey: You got home okay?
Trey: Because usually on a date, the guy escorts the girl home.
Greenlee: Are you wondering if Leo took me home?
Trey: You were last seen in his vicinity.
Greenlee: Leo and I talked. He went his way, I went mine.
Trey: Well, I was just wondering because if you had gotten back together --
Greenlee: You'd bow out graciously?
Trey: That's what a gentleman would do.
Greenlee: Here's a tip, Trey -- don't be such a gentleman.
Trey: Is that an invitation for me to step into the ring with Leo?
Greenlee: It's an invitation to see where we could go. Just so you know, I'm not on the market for a major romance.
Greenlee: I like you, Trey. You don't make assumptions about me.
Trey: I like you, too, Greenlee.
Greenlee: Saying it with flowers was a nice touch. Let's just keep it fun, okay?
Trey: I can do fun. But there is one small complication.
Greenlee: If you tell me you're married, I'll scream.
Trey: No, no, nothing like that. But I didn't just come here to give you flowers and thank you for our evening last night.
Trey: I have something else for you, and I can tell you right now you're not going to like it.
Kendall: Don't look at me.
Ryan: What do you mean don't look at you? Why not?
Kendall: Because I'm a mess.
Ryan: No, you actually look cute when you're all sleepy.
Kendall: Oh, right. My hair's a rat's nest and my makeup is anywhere but on my face.
Ryan: Yeah, that's what I'm saying. I kind of go for that look, you know?
Kendall: You sweet-talker, you.
Ryan: Oh. You look beautiful. You do. And you have the softest skin. Mmm.
Kendall: Ryan, am I the first girl you've been with since --
Ryan: Since Gillian died? No. Not even the second.
Kendall: Well, don't you feel a little disloyal? Is that a stupid question?
Ryan: No, it's not a stupid question. I've thought about that a lot. You know that Gillian was everything to me, but she wouldn't want my world to stop because she's gone. I know in my heart that she wants me to move on, she would want me to move on.
Kendall: That makes sense.
Ryan: Nothing in my life has made sense since she's been gone. But last night did. But I don't know what that means necessarily. I don't know where it's going to take us, but, you know, I'm glad it happened. Can I tell you something else?
Ryan: I'm happy you stuck around, didn't tiptoe out of here in the middle of the night. Because I like waking up with you.
Kendall: Me, too. Though I'm not much of a snuggler.
Ryan: Oh, really? You could've fooled me because I think you're doing just fine.
Jake: You see what I mean?
Joe: Yes, I do, and I've seen it too often in my career.
Jake: Well, it's just like she's given up.
Joe: Yeah. Well, you know, I went through the same thing myself, you remember, after my bypass? Operation was a complete success, but my spirits were way down.
Jake: Yeah, but you got over it.
Joe: Well, but I had your mom and you boys.
Jake: Well, Adam has been here, but she just doesn't seem to be responding to him.
Joe: How about her sister, Mia?
Jake: Mia seems to be the one that she wants to lean on.
Joe: Yeah, well, that's good she has someone, but, of course, she has to want to get better herself.
Mia: I know exactly what we need to do to make that happen. Liza needs to be with her daughter at home.
Adam: Take care of it, Jake. Let Liza go home today.
Simone: You know, I don't get you, Leo. You practically begged me to write your story about your mother/drug lord.
Leo: I know, I know I did, and I was totally so stoked about the idea at the time.
Simone: This was your baby, Leo. What happened?
Leo: Well, for starters, my mother's about 12 doughnuts shy of a baker's dozen. She's nuts. She's certifiably nuts. She tried to kill -- she tried to choke me with a cord, and then she did some drug-induced replay of driving David’s father to suicide. And then, if that wasn't enough, she escaped from the hospital, she kidnapped Greenlee, and then threatened her life in front of a captive audience. You tell me.
Simone: Yeah, I know, okay? I was here. I saw it. It -- it was hideous.
Leo: No, Simone, it was beyond hideous.
Simone: You yourself said Vanessa’s meltdown would make one hell of an ending.
Leo: I know I did. I guess that I was in shock. I don't know what I was saying.
Simone: Leo, come on. You knew when we started writing this thing that your mother was a monster. You were primed and ready to bare your soul and expose Vanessa for millions of hungry readers. Why? Why kill -- why kill this story now when it's hotter than ever?
Leo: Because it's simple -- I can't do this to Greenlee.
Greenlee: What's the deal here, Trey? No offense, but we're practically strangers. I mean, you don't have the power to decimate me and those flowers out there aren't a thank-you, are they?
Trey: I was hoping they would cushion the blow.
Greenlee: What blow? You had a sex change? You're really an alien from the planet twilight? You're starting to freak me out here, Trey.
Trey: I'm not trying to.
Greenlee: Well, you know, just stop hedging and drop the bomb already.
Trey: I came here to deliver this.
Greenlee: Fan mail from some flounder?
Trey: Open it.
Greenlee: Are you out of your mind?
Kendall: You have a lot of control.
Ryan: Well, I've had a lot of practice.
Kendall: Yeah, but you lack a certain killer instinct. Ooh, you missed.
Ryan: Deliberately. Strategy is required, Kendall. Believe me, it'll pay off.
Kendall: Sound awfully sure of that.
Ryan: I am. I am. You -- you are a little bit of a loose cannon.
Kendall: Calling me unpredictable?
Ryan: Watch out! Watch out! My thruster's right on your tail.
Kendall: Oh, not for long, space cowboy.
Ryan: Oh, you kidding me? You are so slow! I've just knocked out your fazers! I'm taking you down, girl.
Kendall: I don't think so. There is no way you're getting through my force field.
Ryan: Your force field? I just went through the porthole. Surrender!
Kendall: No, no, no --
Ryan: Because I'm coming aboard!
Kendall: That's not fair! I was beating you!
Ryan: Guess you fell into my trap. You are my prisoner.
[Knock on door]
Kendall: Oh, thank God, thank God, room service.
Ryan: Go away!
Kendall: I'm starving. No, I'm hungry.
Ryan: Oh, I hope ordered enough food.
Kendall: Yeah, me, too. Go get the food, get the food. I'm so hungry.
Ryan: Oh, oh, excuse me. Hey, hey, shouldn't you call Erica? You're going to be really late. Is that --
Kendall: No, one of the perks of being my own boss is that I can roll into work whenever I damn well please.
Kendall: Now will you be sweet and get me a latte?
Ryan: Skim with just a little bit of sugar?
Kendall: Little bit of sugar.
Ryan: Just a little?
Kendall: Just a little.
Ryan: All right.
Ryan: You're not room service.
Man: No, Mr. Lavery, I'm the hotel concierge. I'm afraid we have a small problem.
Ryan: What, you ran out of eggs?
Concierge: May I come in?
Ryan: Uh, yeah, come on in.
Concierge: We ran your credit card through for approval, and, well, I'm sorry, it was declined.
Ryan: Over the limit?
Concierge: I'm afraid so, Sir.
Ryan: Well, I guess you caught me with my pants down. Let me ask you a question.
Ryan: So what card did I give you? Did I give you my gold card?
Concierge: I believe it was, Sir.
Ryan: All right, all right. Well, don't be embarrassed about this because I kind of expected this might happen.
Concierge: Oh, you did?
Ryan: There's a special lady that I don't want to really disappoint, you know what I'm saying?
Concierge: I'm afraid I don't understand.
Ryan: Hmm, yeah, neither do I really. Look, I'm going to give you another card and I'm sure they're going to honor this one. Between the two cards, I think it'll cover the cost, all right?
Concierge: If you say so, Sir.
Ryan: You know what -- here, take this for your trouble.
Concierge: Oh. Thank you, Mr. Lavery. I'm sure this will work out to everyone's satisfaction.
Ryan: I hope so.
Concierge: And I'll run this card through right away.
Ryan: Great. Great, great, great, great. After you. See ya. Thanks.
Kendall: You maxed out all of your credit cards just to give me a night I'd never forget?
Ryan: You weren't supposed to hear that.
Kendall: Too late. Look at you. You're broke and you're smiling.
Ryan: I'm happy, I smile. What's your excuse?
Kendall: You idiot! You idiot.
Ryan: Wow. What was that about?
Kendall: Well, just when I think you can't surprise me anymore, you go and top yourself.
Ryan: And that's a good thing?
Kendall: It's a very, very good thing.
Simone: Leo, what does Greenlee have to do with you being chosen for Oprah's book club?
Leo: Greenlee was Vanessa’s main target throughout this whole thing, Simone.
Simone: Yeah, but she wasn't the only one. I mean, Mateo and his entire family were threatened. I mean, she held a gun at you.
Leo: Have you ever had your life threatened, hmm? Ever had a knife to your throat?
Simone: No, thank God.
Leo: Yeah, well, Greenlee was inches away from death, okay? I'm not sure she's ever going to get over that.
Simone: I'm sure Greenlee will find a way to tough it out.
Leo: I'm not so sure she will. I ran into her last night.
Simone: Was she okay?
Leo: No, she's not, she's anything but okay. She doesn't even feel safe, not even in her sleep, and it's because of what Vanessa did to her. If we write this book, the final chapter's going to be all about Greenlee and how she came so close to losing her life, and I just don't want to stir any of that stuff up again, okay? She's going to be profiled; she's going to be questioned. Look, I know that it's a lot of money -- it's a lot of money, but I don't ever want her to have to relive one Moment of that nightmare.
Simone: Well, I guess the book tour's going to have to wait.
Leo: Thank you for understanding.
Simone: You know, I hope I meet someone that loves me as much as you love Greenlee.
Simone: I mean that. You're amazing.
Leo: Yo, Binks, what's up?
Bianca: I couldn't help overhearing you and Simone -- because I was eavesdropping.
Leo: Well, if it's about the book deal, forget it because --
Bianca: No, no, it's not. I wouldn't even think of talking you out of it. It's -- well, I'm just about to do something that surprises the hell out of me. I want you to find Greenlee and tell her that you want her back.
Greenlee: Trey, this is a fricking subpoena. You want me to give a deposition?
Trey: It's the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania vs. Vanessa Cortlandt.
Greenlee: Why me?
Trey: You were one of Vanessa’s victims. She held you hostage.
Greenlee: I was there. You don't have to remind me.
Trey: Your sworn testimony will show that my client is clearly delusional.
Greenlee: You want me to get Vanessa off on an insanity plea?
Trey: I wouldn't call being committed to an institution for the criminally insane getting off.
Greenlee: I don't give a damn what you call it, you're not using me to give that wack job a free pass.
Trey: I'm afraid you don't have a choice.
Greenlee: Where you going?
Trey: I'm going to go get a court stenographer. We're going to get your deposition right here, this morning.
Adam: Jake, you and Joe and Dr. Greenberg all agree that physically, Liza's where she's supposed to be.
Mia: But emotionally, she's not there.
Jake: Dad and I were just discussing that.
Adam: Clearly, being here isn't helping her.
Mia: Yeah, my sister, she needs to be at home where her family can take care of her.
Adam: I'll provide whatever home care, whatever medical supplies she needs.
Mia: But beyond all that, she just needs to be surrounded by people that she loves. I mean, there's nothing that's going to make a patient recover more quickly than being with a loving family.
Joe: There's something in what you're saying.
Mia: Don't get me wrong now, I mean, you and Jake and Dr. Greenberg, you've all done a wonderful job and we're all very grateful to you, but, I mean, you know, let us take it from here. Let the people who love her help her. We owe her that much, right?
Joe: I defer to my chief of staff.
Jake: I will get the patient release forms started.
Mia: Thank you.
Adam: Well done. I'll give Liza the good news. Liza, sweetheart?
Adam: Liza, how would you like to go home today?
Bianca: Okay, Leo, we're friends, right?
Leo: Yeah, we're the bestest of friends, Bianca.
Bianca: The bestest, and it's never been a secret that I haven't been behind you and Greenlee as a couple.
Leo: Right, you've always been very honest with me.
Bianca: Okay, okay. Going with that, anyone with an attention span of more than five seconds can tell that you and Greenlee are wild about each other.
Leo: Oh, no, no, no, no. Don't even -- after everything that's gone down the last couple months, don't even think about us ever trying to get back together. It's not going to happen.
Bianca: My best friend -- my best friend is lying to my face.
Leo: What are you talking about?
Bianca: Leo, it's a total miracle when you find someone to love who loves you back. I mean, it's so huge. People write songs and books and movies about it.
Leo: So what?
Bianca: So -- I mean, God, I would give anything to have somebody that I loved so completely, knowing that that person beamed it right back at me. I mean, I thought I had a chance with Frankie, but Vanessa cheated us out of it. Are you going to let her cheat you out of it, too? Are you going to use what she has done as an excuse to give up on everything that you and Greenlee could be to each other? I mean, God, Leo, I thought you were beyond pride.
Leo: It's not about pride, Bianca.
Bianca: What is it about? It's a total freaking waste of time.
Leo: You really think that me and Greenlee have a chance to get back together?
Bianca: Yeah, I mean, you have everything -- love and affection. God, what more do you want?
Leo: I totally love you, okay? Breakfast is on me. You charge that to my suite.
Bianca: Great. He gets the girl -- I get Eggs Benedict.
Greenlee: When do you expect Mr. Montgomery back from court? That'll be too late. Val, put me through to Erica, stat. New York. Ugh. Give me the number. Uh-huh. Okay.
Greenlee: Yes, I need Erica Kane. I know she's in a meeting, but this is an emergency. Thanks for nothing, dear.
[Knock on door]
Simone: Greenlee? Do you got a second?
Greenlee: Not really. What do you want?
Simone: Well, I'm here because I'm going to rat out a friend.
Greenlee: Ratting out people is your best event.
Simone: Look, Leo did something today that I think you should know about. He was offered a major book deal, you know, to write about Vanessa and the whole Proteus thing, and we're talking, like, six-figure deal, movie rights, the whole enchilada.
Simone: So Leo turned it down.
Greenlee: And this concerns me how?
Simone: Leo walked away from fame and fortune because of you. He didn't want your nightmare with Vanessa to be dished on the chat-show circuit. He wanted to protect you. I mean, what kind of guy does that, Greenlee? You should probably mull that over a bit.
[Knock on door]
Trey: Greenlee, are you ready to give your deposition on Vanessa Cortlandt?
Ryan: A penny for your thoughts.
Kendall: It's funny you should say that. You can't afford this, Ryan. Like, I still can't believe you spent every dime you had on me.
Ryan: Well, I thought it was going to be worth it and I was right.
Kendall: Can I ask you something?
Ryan: Hmm -- okay.
Kendall: Was this a date?
Ryan: Yeah. I mean, I guess. Definitely. Right?
Kendall: Well, this wasn't too shabby for our first date then, huh?
Ryan: Hmm, on a scale of one to 10, I'd say it was like, you know, about 111.
Kendall: And who would've thought that you would've left your cheapskate persona at the pine dump.
Ryan: Excuse me, "cheapskate persona"? Who paid for you until you moved in with Myrtle?
Kendall: You, but you griped about it the whole time.
Ryan: Right, I'm so tight that I spend my whole bankroll on a motorcycle?
Kendall: That doesn't count.
Ryan: What do you mean it doesn't count?
Kendall: That doesn't count.
Ryan: What are you trying to prove? What are you trying to say?
Kendall: Nothing. It's just that you're really different as a date than you are as a neighbor.
Ryan: "Different" like -- like better different?
Kendall: Way, way better. Way better. Well, I'm running late now. I got to go to work.
Kendall: It's a good thing for me Erica’s out of town.
Ryan: Is Greenlee going to give you a hard time?
Kendall: Hey, she works for me now. I can handle her with my eyes closed.
Ryan: Yeah, I think you can handle just anybody with their eyes closed.
Kendall: Hey, if you're -- if you're looking for the right thing to say, it's okay. You don't have to say anything.
Ryan: So you're -- you're all good, hmm?
Kendall: Yeah. You kidding me? You've spent every single dime you had and now we have to run out the back door. It's been a slice of heaven. You mind if I shower first?
Ryan: You go ahead.
Kendall: Hey, Ryan?
Kendall: This was really nice. Thank you.
Adam: Here you are, Sweetheart. You comfortable? Would you like another pillow? Warm enough? Would you like tea? I could have Winifred bring you in some tea. Would that be good?
Adam: Colby is at school right now. She should be home soon, I think.
Liza: I want Colby home.
Kendall: It's kind of tacky slinking away in clothes from the night before. I hope they have a shift change here. I doubt they see one-night stands very often. What?
Ryan: Well, I don't know exactly what you'd call what this was or -- or what it's going to be, but I know one thing for sure -- I wouldn't call it a one-night stand. Not for me, anyway. I mean, you don't go on a picnic with a one-nighter, right?
Kendall: I forgot my sunglasses. Just hold the elevator for me.
Trey: Please state your full name and address for the record.
Greenlee: My name is Greenlee Smythe. I live at 718 Valley Road.
Greenlee: Cosmetics executive.
Trey: What was the nature of your relationship to Vanessa Cortlandt?
Leo: Hey, Val. Is Greenlee busy?
Val: Well, you could say she's otherwise engaged, but not with work.
Leo: What does that mean?
Val: It means she's in there giving a deposition to some lawyer.
Trey: What were her exact words when Vanessa Cortlandt took you hostage at knifepoint?
Leo: You lousy little --
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Brooke: Don't you think you've done enough damage already?
Trey: Do Greenlee a favor -- stay away from her.
Greenlee: I'm going to put an end to this madness, starting with Jake. I'm going to put everything on the table.
Jake: Are you locking me in?
Mia: If I have to. So get undressed.