AMC Transcript Wednesday 5/29/02


All My Children Transcript Wednesday 5/29/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Adam: Liza told me everything.

Stuart: And you're not mad? What do you care about some bank books?

Adam: What bank books?

Jake: We want to take him in and have some tests run.

Mateo: In the hospital?

Hayley: Now?

Mary: Mother of the bride speaking.

Vanessa: We have so much to talk about.

Greenlee: Who is that?

Ryan: We're going to do whatever we got to do to find out who really set that fire.

Stuart: Liza did tell you about her bankbooks, right?

Adam: Never mind.

Stuart: You said you were happy because you knew her big secret.

Adam: I must be under too much stress. I completely misunderstood what you said. Of course I'm glad that Liza and I don't have any more secrets, now that I have the whole picture.

Stuart: I'm confused. Are you mad?

Adam: No, no, no. Just frustrated because of the misunderstanding.

Stuart: Are you sure?

Adam: Absolutely. And now I must ask you not to tell this to anyone, especially Liza, what we've talked about.

Liza: Mia, wait. I just thought of something.

Mia: You're worse than Colby about going to bed. What?

Liza: It's just that Adam and I are doing okay. I mean, he's paid back the money that I owed to Chandler Enterprises.

Mia: Liza, can we not --

Liza: Adam can't know that I know where that money is.

Mia: Look, let's not worry about this right now.

Liza: I'm not worried because I know what I'm going to do with the money. I want you to take the rest of it.

Hayley: He seems so much better. Are you sure we have to keep him here overnight?

Jake: Well, there's really no point in bringing Enzo home at this point if he's going to spike another fever and have to come back. Besides, I've already started the tests.

Hayley: All right.

Mateo: Good, good. We want you to do everything you need to do.

Hayley: Well, listen, he's just a baby, and I'm sure if he wakes up in the middle of night, he's going to be very afraid, so we should probably stay over.

Mateo: Yeah, I'm going to need some coffee if I'm going to stay awake, so do you want some?

Hayley: No, it'll just make me more jittery. Just hurry up.

Mateo: I will, I will.

Jake: Okay.

Mateo: Bottom line -- what's going on with my son?

Trey: I don't care how many personalities you have. I don't see any of them being invited to Greenlee Smythe's wedding.

Vanessa: Oh!

Vanessa: And I'm going to tell you, sonny, you're not going to see one thin, red dime if Vanessa isn't in the front pew at that wedding.

Trey: Okay. Exactly when do you think that hell is going to freeze over?

Leo: Greenlee, I'm sorry that my mother called here tonight.

Greenlee: Forget it.

Leo: And I'm sorry that she freaked out your mother and that she's got you hearing voices in the hallway --

Greenlee: I'm just excited about the wedding. You know -- ideas, plans.

Leo: Yeah, I understand that, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Both of my parents are here, and Simone is really, really great. You know, I always thought I'd have to rent a friend for bridesmaids.

Leo: That's cool --

Greenlee: I've got every girl's dream, Leo.

Leo: Okay. I just had an idea. Why don't we elope?

Kendall: I know! I know who set that damn fire.

Kendall: It's just like before. She hasn't changed.

Ryan: Who?

Kendall: Of course, of course. It had to be her. This makes perfect sense.

Ryan: Erica? You think Erica --

Kendall: No, no, not Erica. Bianca.

Ryan: You think Bianca set the fire?

Kendall: Yeah. Ryan, listen. She's warm, she's wise, she's wonderful, so everyone totally forgets the demon child that had Erica wrapped around her bony little finger.

Ryan: Bianca? Demon child?

Kendall: We're talking about the same little brat who poured ink on other people's dresses and refused to eat in order to get Mommy's attention -- I mean, all of Mommy's attention.

Ryan: Okay, reality check for one minute, please. Bianca almost died in that fire, Kendall.

Kendall: So what? I said was a brat. I didn't say she was a smart brat. Besides, she nearly croaked the last time she did it.

Ryan: What last time?

Kendall: Oh, it was, like years ago. Bianca found Mommy kissing Uncle Jack, so she got some matches and torched her Jackson doll and then torched her entire bedroom. Where the hell are my cigarettes?

Ryan: You quit.

Kendall: Yeah, I had help with that. My lighter's gone. Oh, my God.

Adam: Liza's still feeling a little guilty about some of the things she did when she was ill. And the bankbooks are part of that.

Stuart: But she knows you wouldn't blame her if she was sick.

Adam: But the doctors don't think she should be reminded of it. So just forget about the bankbooks, okay?

Stuart: Sounds like you're beginning to keep secrets again. And secrets hurt people.

Adam: It's best for Liza. Would I lie to you about something this big?

Stuart: Yeah. But, okay, I know you love Liza, so I'll just keep my mouth shut.

Adam: No. No, no, don't keep things from me. Just forget about the bankbooks, okay?

Stuart: Because it's best for Liza.

Adam: Absolutely. I'm glad we talked tonight. You've helped -- helped me see things more clearly.

Stuart: If you say so. Well, I guess it's time to say good night, so I'll say good night.

Adam: Good night, Stuart.

Adam: So, Liza, you have some bank accounts, eh? And some secrets. And some lies. Now, let's see if your career as an embezzler started before or after the tumor. And why you're still lying about it. And what the hell you're planning on doing with all that money.

Mia: Liza, you want give me all that money?

Liza: Why not? Look, when Ryan pays back the bail money that he borrowed, it's going to be a nice chunk of change.

Mia: I couldn't. I can’t.

Liza: Okay, come here. Sit down. Sit down. Now, you know that this money could mess up everything for me.

Mia: Yes, but --

Liza: You said yourself -- you said if Adam finds out that I've been keeping this money aside, that our family, our home could just be toast.

Mia: But I don't want the money.

Liza: Mia, think about it. Take it for William -- for his college, for his future.

Mia: I'd love that.

Liza: Good. Let me do this for you. Let me do it for your son.

Mia: Liza, it means so much to me that you want to give me the money, but --

Liza: Good, then it's settled. Call Trey and have him set up the account for you.

Mateo: Okay, listen. My sister was a doctor. I know when you guys are worried. I know when you're covering for something.

Jake: All right, now, I told you --

Mateo: I know -- I know what you told me. Just be straight with me.

Jake: Well, it's speculation at this point.

Mateo: Go ahead, speculate.

Jake: Uh -- besides the fever, the preliminary examination revealed a trace of jaundice.

Mateo: So his liver, then.

Jake: Yes. Yes, but what we're going to do is we're going to run some tests and make sure that the liver is healthy and functioning normally.

Mateo: And if it isn't?

Jake: I won't go there. It's too early.

[Enzo cries]

Mateo: Okay.

Jake: Mateo, I know this is going to sound like total B.S. to you, and if it was my son, I'd want to deck me, but I want you to try not to panic. There's lots of possible reasons for Lorenzo's symptoms, all right?

Mateo: Okay. Thanks for being straight for me.

Jake: I understand where you're coming from, all right? Now, listen, I want to get that lab on the move here, okay?

Mateo: Yeah.

Jake: It's going to take a while to get these results.

Mateo: Okay, all right. Good.

Mia: Liza just went to sleep.

Adam: Yeah.

Mia: What an incredible person she is.

Adam: Oh, yeah, she's the best.

Mia: Yeah. Good night, Adam.

Adam: Good night, Mia.

Adam: I ought to throttle you for sneaking off to the hospital without me.

Liza: You're in a weird mood.

Adam: You're just funny. After all that's happened this week, all I can think about is you and your big secret.

Liza: Well, it's not a secret anymore.

Adam: No, it isn't. And although I was put out that you kept it from me, I'm delighted that I'm up to speed now.

Liza: Well, I'm glad you're glad.

Adam: The doctor gave you a clean bill of health, right?

Liza: Yes. He said that the symptoms I had were part of the recovery process. I'm good.

Adam: Well, I'm very relieved. I've been dying for things to get back to normal.

Liza: Is there something wrong? Are you upset?

Adam: Is there anything -- any reason why I should be?

Liza: Not that I know of. You just seem a little weird.

Adam: Well, maybe I'm a little mixed up. For a long time now I've had to treat you so carefully, as if you were so fragile.

Liza: And now?

Adam: Now I think maybe I have my real Liza back. Maybe I have the woman that I had before all this happened.

Adam: Liza, I want you. I want to know you're mine.

Liza: I want you, too. We've just -- we've gone through hell. I want to believe it's over.

Adam: I promise you. From now on, everything's going to be different.

Greenlee: Are you trying to play mind games with me?

Leo: No, I --

Greenlee: Because this is the way to do it. Revlon is giving me the dress of a lifetime.

Leo: I know.

Greenlee: My mother, the no-show queen, is here in my zip code.

Leo: I know --

Greenlee: My father, who doesn't even speak to my mother without legal counsel, is trying to make nice -- not only with me, but with her.

Leo: I was just here --

Greenlee: This wedding is huge. No, no, no, no. It's gargantuan for me.

Leo: Okay, I understand. I totally get that. Okay, and I want you to have your dreams. But if this wedding is going to be about the society page --

Greenlee: No, please --

Leo: Or your parents suddenly becoming human or anything else --

Greenlee: What?

Leo: Than us --

Greenlee: What's bothering you?

Leo: Just listen to me. I just don't want you to get your hopes up, okay?

Greenlee: Because?

Leo: Because we both have families that I wouldn't wish upon a hamster. And I'm afraid that it's not going to work.

Greenlee: You really don't want a wedding. You're serious about eloping.

Leo: I think that maybe it's an option.

Greenlee: Well, I wish you would've mentioned that before I spent 3 1/2 hours picking out the perfect Leo and Greenlee special day wedding invitations, which now I'm going to have to send back and do over! Okay, totally scary moment. Quick, say I'm not my mother.

Leo: What?

Greenlee: I just sounded like her.

Leo: You are nothing like your mother.

Greenlee: And I'll never become her.

Leo: Never. Hey, whoa. Mmm. Mmm, mmm, mmm. Mmm, mmm. Okay, I'm not complaining or anything, but what the hell --

Greenlee: Mary Smythe would never do that.

Leo: That's -- that's good motivation, I think. Okay, but I meant what I said, all right? I want you to have everything, Greenlee. But I just want to make sure that it's going to make you happy.

Greenlee: Mostly what I want is you.

Leo: Well, you know, we've got that already locked up, so --

Greenlee: But if I could have the perfect day -- my wedding day -- with my parents being nice to each other and --

Leo: And?

Greenlee: And proud that they're parents. I really, really want that, Leo.

Leo: Okay, okay.

Ryan: I thought we decided that the polygraph test was a bad idea.

Kendall: We did.

Ryan: And I thought we decided we were going to let the cops go in there and do their thing first.

Kendall: Trey talked me into it.

Ryan: Oh. Great.

Kendall: No, Ryan, it is great. When Bianca hears about this, she is totally going to flip out because she knows that I'm going to ace this puppy.

Ryan: You know what? I'm going to forget for the moment that you decided to do that polygraph test without talking to me first.

Kendall: But, Ryan, we have to now. I have to, now that we've figured out Bianca started that fire.

Ryan: Listen to me. Just because Bianca played with matches when she was a little girl doesn't mean she burned down her house!

Kendall: No, this is classic Bianca behavior.

Ryan: What behavior?

Kendall: The second I stepped into that courtroom and I told her that she stole the champagne --

Ryan: Which was a lie.

Kendall: She got her little Kane brain twisted around, thinking of a way of revenge for me.

Ryan: Listen, listen. Everybody knows that you lied about the champagne. Everybody knows that you went to prison for perjury.

Kendall: And your point is?

Ryan: Do you really think that a polygraph test, which everybody is going to think that you faked, and all these ridiculous charges against your sister, against Bianca -- is that the way to go?

Kendall: You don't believe me.

Ryan: It doesn't matter what I believe. Nobody else is going to believe you.

Kendall: Yes, they will.

Ryan: No, they won't, Kendall! Because you lie. You lie all the time.

Kendall: No, not about this.

Ryan: I'm going to get you out of this. You know that, right? I'm going to do everything in my power to prove that you didn't set that fire.

Kendall: We already have all the proof that we need.

Ryan: But I am not going to blame Bianca.

Kendall: Why? Because she's such a perfect angel?

Ryan: No, because it's not going to do you any damn good!

Kendall: But it happened. This is what happened.

Ryan: You know what? Sit down. It's okay. Let's just say, for the moment, that Bianca did set that fire. To punish you.

Kendall: To frame me.

Ryan: How the hell did she know you were going to show up there that day?

Kendall: That doesn't matter.

Ryan: It doesn't matter? She just burned down her house, just hoping that maybe you would, like, kind of pass by?

Kendall: No, Ryan, she stole my cigarette lighter.

Ryan: According to you, she did.

[Knock on door]

Kendall: Think about it. Ryan, just think about it for a second. Who else would've had a chance to do it? Who else would've even thought about setting me up?

Kendall: Trey, get in here! I know who set the fire.

Ryan: No, no, she doesn’t.

Kendall: It was Bianca. She stole my cigarette lighter so I'd be blamed for it.

Ryan: You don't know that.

Kendall: No, but, listen, we're going to have to be careful presenting our case.

Ryan: What case?

Kendall: Because her uncle, the D.A., thinks she walks on water.

Ryan: Trey, there's no case.

Kendall: And let me tell you something else. Erica -- all she has to do is wiggle her little tushy and Jackson Montgomery’s ethics go right out the window.

Trey: Hold on. You think Bianca burned down her mother's house?

Kendall: I know she did. She has a history. She's like that Stephen King book, "The Firestarter."

Ryan: Yeah, every 10 years, like clockwork, she just absolutely can't help herself.

Kendall: Don't pay attention to him. He's already been conned, just like everyone else.

Ryan: Come on. We're wasting Trey's time.

Kendall: No, think about it. There's motive. There's opportunity. I mean, hell, Chris found Bianca right outside her bedroom. She was right there.

Trey: It could be the way to go.

Ryan: What?

Trey: Yeah. You definitely have to keep our -- our appointment tomorrow.

Kendall: It's okay. Ryan knows about the lie detector test.

Ryan: Yeah, and Ryan also still thinks it's a horrible idea.

Trey: Well, I disagree, especially now.

Kendall: Because of the Bianca angle?

Trey: Yeah. With this new evidence against her, we could do a preemptive attack.

Ryan: Evidence? What evidence?

Trey: Well, we could also use Montgomery’s relationship to her to --

Kendall: Really? Well, how?

Trey: Well, we can claim bias. We can also accuse the DA's office of a cover-up.

Ryan: I'm sorry. Am I the only person in this room that thinks this is a stupid and dangerous idea?

Kendall: Ryan, Trey thinks this is a good idea.

Ryan: Look, I realize I don't have a law degree --

Trey: Yeah, that was going to be my next point.

Ryan: But I also know that, you know, making up all these off-the-wall charges can backfire.

Kendall: No, they're not off the wall.

Ryan: Did you know your client spent time in prison for perjury?

Kendall: That was a long time ago.

Ryan: And the whole town will get behind Erica and Bianca against Kendall. They will.

Trey: Ryan, Ryan, I understand why you're concerned.

Ryan: Gee, thanks.

Trey: But right now I need to ask Kendall a couple questions.

Ryan: Okay, sure. Go ahead. Ask her.

Trey: And it's going to be important to you that, when you're under oath, you don't know how she answered those questions.

Ryan: So you'd like me to leave?

Trey: Could you give us five minutes, please?

Ryan: I'm only trying to do right by you.

Hayley: What did Jake say?

Mateo: I didn't fool you for a second, did I?

Hayley: Yeah, with your kid in the ER, you're going to go get a cup of coffee.

Mateo: Okay. He said that -- it's only a possibility --

Hayley: Will you just cut to the chase?

Mateo: All right. They found a trace of jaundice. And with the high fever, they want to check out his liver.

Hayley: I knew that it was more than just a fever. So now what?

Mateo: We just -- they're going to do some more tests, and we wait. You know, it's going to take some time.

Hayley: Well, waiting is my best event. It's not going to be anything bad. God wouldn't do that to Enzo.

Mateo: No, uh-uh. Nothing bad. Don't worry, okay?

Hayley: Do you have any quarters?

Mateo: Yeah. Why?

Hayley: I have to make a telephone call.

Mateo: Okay.

Hayley: Okay.

Hayley: Hi, Axel, it's Hayley. I'm sorry. I'm so sorry to call you so late. I just -- I don't know who else to call because everybody else I know would lose their mind, and my baby's in the hospital right now, and I was just -- I was just hoping that maybe you can say a prayer for him. Yeah, thanks a lot.

Adam: Hayley? What are you doing here?

Simone: Greenlee, I so love working for you -- with you at Revlon. But I'm not writing, and that's who I am, so I've decided that I'm going to leave Pine --

Greenlee: This is E.S.P. I was just coming to get you.

Simone: Oh. Well, really, I have something to say.

Greenlee: No, I need to talk to you.

Simone: Well, okay, what is it?

Greenlee: Leo's freaking out on me.

Simone: He is?

Greenlee: Yeah. Weddings, you know, don't exactly work out for him.

Simone: Okay.

Greenlee: His last one, you know, to Laura turned into "Waterworld: The Sequel"?

Simone: Right, right. I read about that.

Greenlee: Actually, it was a good thing. I saved him from a slow, lingering death with that humorless psycho. And then there was our wedding, which never got past the planning stages.

Simone: Yeah, that's right. You guys have tried this before.

Greenlee: Yeah, Daddy blew it.

Simone: Roger?

Greenlee: Yeah. Leo had been married in a previous life to some rich girl, and he took her for all she was worth. A long, bad story.

Simone: And your father --

Greenlee: Found Leo's ex, brought her to Pine Valley and to my engagement party.

Simone: Engagement party.

Greenlee: Yeah.

Simone: That's nice.

Greenlee: I was furious with him. But he's really tried to make up for it.

Simone: Has he?

Greenlee: Yeah, that whole Proteus thing really turned him around. He used to be out for number one.

Simone: And now he's not?

Greenlee: Well, he's really making an effort. I mean, he took my mother back to the Valley Inn.

Simone: Yeah, I caught that.

Greenlee: I think they're really reaching out to each other.

Simone: Well, you know, who knows? Maybe your wedding won't be the only one.

Greenlee: I guess. Stranger things have happened.

Simone: Sure. Look, you know, I really need to talk to you.

Greenlee: No, no, no, no. Me first. Like I said, I wanted to talk to you. I have the most amazing idea.

Leo: Hi. The guard said that it wasn't too late to see visitors.

Vanessa: Oh, my. Flowers for me?

Leo: Yeah. I think I'll set them right here so that you can see them. So, how are you feeling?

Vanessa: Oh, there's nothing like a visit from an ex-beau to brighten a lonely girl's lonely evening.

Leo: Yeah. So it's awfully hard to get privacy in here, isn't it?

Vanessa: Oh, well, a star has to get used to living in a fishbowl, you know. Come here. Sit down next to me. We'll have a little chat, huh?

Leo: Yeah, there is actually something that I wanted to talk to you about.

Vanessa: I thought so, I thought so. What is it?

Leo: Well, it's money.

Vanessa: Oh.

Leo: There are all sorts of exciting projects that we could work on, you know, if -- ahem -- we had the money.

Vanessa: Oh, yes, well -- oh, I think I know where I might lay my hands on some funds.

Leo: Where?

Vanessa: Problem is, I just need somebody to manage all those details --

Leo: That could be me.

Vanessa: Oh!

Leo: You remember how well we used to work together.

Vanessa: Of course I do. I remember you threatening to kill me, Leo dear.

Leo: Mother, you're back.

Vanessa: I'm back!

Leo: I -- I told you about that threat, remember? That was for Greenlee's benefit.

Vanessa: Oh, for Greenlee's benefit.

Leo: Yes, for Greenlee's benefit.

Vanessa: Yes, yes. I just had a lovely chat with your little fiancée. Did she tell you how much she enjoyed our little chat?

Leo: We're talking about financing now.

Vanessa: Oh, I can hardly wait for your wedding, dear.

Leo: About the money -- just --

Vanessa: No. You're pushing too hard, Leo. You're pushing way too hard. What did I teach you? Didn't you remember anything about -- if you push the mark too hard, you're going to lose him -- or her.

Leo: I'm not pushing anything.

Vanessa: Oh, yes, you are, dear. You know it's not nice to fool your mother.

Simone: I so love working --

Greenlee: But being at Revlon -- which is a dream come true for me -- was only a temporary thing for you. I know that.

Simone: I just don't want you to think that I'm being ungrateful.

Greenlee: No, no, no, it's okay. No, it's okay. Now, here's the deal. I've talked Leo into tracking down his father before the wedding.

Simone: So there really is a Mr. du Pres?

Greenlee: No, no, no, Count du Pres.

Simone: Oh.

Greenlee: He's, like, very rich from some old European family that's been around since before rocks.

Simone: Oh, impressive.

Greenlee: Yeah, and a hell of a story.

Simone: Yeah.

Greenlee: A handsome young man finding his royal heritage --

Simone: Yeah, yeah.

Greenlee: Only you'll find a better way to say it.

Simone: Me?

Greenlee: Yeah. I'm telling Leo to give you an exclusive -- to make up for you losing the book deal.

Simone: Greenlee, why would you do that for me?

Greenlee: Why wouldn't I?

Hayley: They're just going to keep Enzo here overnight so they can run some tests.

Mateo: But Jake was very clear that they don't know anything yet.

Hayley: It's just very important for us to keep things really normal right now until we know something.

Adam: I love you.

Hayley: I love you, too.

Adam: How did you ever turn out so strong and sane with two crazy parents?

Hayley: Well, the craziness is over for you.

Adam: If you say so.

Hayley: I'm really happy for you, that you and Liza are back together and happy and healthy.

Dr. Greenberg: Oh, Mr. Chandler. I have the file you asked me to bring over.

Hayley: Is that Liza's file?

Adam: Yeah.

Hayley: Why do you want that at this hour?

Adam: Oh, no, I just -- I just wanted to check something. Dr. Greenberg was kind enough to oblige me.

Dr. Greenberg: No problem.

Hayley: Is Liza okay?

Adam: Oh, yes, she's fine. She's fine. Just as Enzo is going to be fine. I'll see you later, okay? Doctor?

Hayley: Enzo's -- he's going to be awake soon, so I'm going to -- I don't want him to be alone. I'll go in there with --

Mateo: All right.

Trey: Kendall, I know I've said this before, but I guess I didn't say it strong enough. Ryan can't be in the loop.

Kendall: The thing about the polygraph just slipped out.

Trey: What you and I talk about is confidential. You have to keep him out.

Kendall: But Ryan's so good to me. He's the only --

Trey: Your hero?

Kendall: Well, if that means the only person who gives a damn about me -- yeah, he's my hero.

Trey: You don't need one, especially one that wants to run your life.

Kendall: That's not what he's doing.

Trey: Look, I've seen this happen before. And I'm sure Ryan is a nice guy.

Kendall: The best.

Trey: Yeah, and you're probably grateful to him.

Kendall: You bet I am.

Trey: The problem is -- ahem -- is that Ryan is jealous of me.

Kendall: Are you kidding me?

Trey: Look, I don't mean my good looks, my animal magnetism. I mean that I have his girl's future in my hands.

Kendall: All Ryan wants is what's best for me.

Trey: It's a turf thing, okay? Ryan wants to be the one protecting you, but he doesn't have the skill or the training. That's why I'm a threat to him.

Kendall: Uh-uh. You so don't understand him.

Trey: I'm going to make a prediction here. As we get going in this case, he's going to start undercutting me. He's already doing it.

Kendall: What, because he's not gung-ho about the whole polygraph thing?

Trey: And then he's probably going to think that I'm not fighting hard enough for you, and then he'll probably think that I don't know what I'm doing.

Kendall: Ryan would never do anything to hurt me.

Trey: Not deliberately. But if you want this to come out right, you have to ignore him.

Kendall: But I love him.

Trey: So sleep with him, but listen to me.

Kendall: I don't know if I can do that.

Trey: Okay. I'm going to put this on the line, okay? Either we do this my way or you get yourself another lawyer.

Simone: You don't understand. I have never had a good friend.

Greenlee: It's a first for me, too. Want to start a group?

Simone: I've certainly never had a friend that would, like, try to help me like this.

Greenlee: Oh, I'm not trying to help you. I'm just trying to control your life.

Simone: Excuse me?

Greenlee: Leo's not the only one that's worried about this wedding.

Simone: Oh, no. Honey, it's going to be beautiful.

Greenlee: No, no, I'm not worried about the look. I have exquisite taste.

Simone: Well, there you go.

Greenlee: I just -- I want more, you know? I want my mother and father sitting there, popping every button they're wearing.

Simone: Yeah.

Greenlee: And I want Leo to see that a wedding doesn't have to be a disaster.

Simone: Well, if anyone can pull it off, girl, you can.

Greenlee: Hmm. I'm not dumb. Disaster is always a possibility in my group. You're the only sane person I've got.

Simone: Oh, Greenlee, please. Don't put too much faith in me.

Greenlee: No, I'm just telling you why I'm looking out for you. Because I'm counting on you to look out for me.

Vanessa: You know, Leo, I know you're still under the influence of that little slut, and until you dump her, we cannot talk about our future.

Leo: Well, that's not going to happen.

Vanessa: Well, then we can't talk about our finances, can we?

Leo: Fine, whatever. Come on. Oh, and one more thing before I go -- you wouldn't by chance happen to have the address of Count du Pres, would you? I want to meet him before the wedding.

Vanessa: Well, you will talk to the Count over my cold and very dead body.

Mia: Liza, you know, it's awfully late.

Liza: I know. I just -- I want to take care of this while Adam is out.

Mia: Couldn't we talk about this a little bit more before --

Liza: Wait, wait. Shh. Trey, this is Liza Chandler. If you could give me a call first thing in the morning, I need you to do something for me for Mia. Thanks again. Bye.

Mia: I think this is a really bad idea.

Liza: I thought we agreed. I mean, this is for William.

Mia: Well, I don't want Trey in the middle of all this.

Liza: He knows where your son is. He's a logical choice to set up the trust.

Mia: What if he says something to Adam? You know, they're supposed to be working together.

Liza: Trey's an attorney. He's a lawyer. You pay him a retainer. Anything that we say to him is privileged.

Mia: What if something slips, though? What if he says something?

Liza: It's not going to happen. Trust me.

Mia: I wish we'd never started this.

Liza: Don't say that. I want to do this.

Mia: Why?

Liza: Because my life is back on track. Thanks to you.

Adam: Dr. Greenberg, Liza's behavior has been erratic for quite some time now, and what I really want to know is how long ago could that behavior have been caused by her illness?

Dr. Greenberg: Mr. Chandler, I can't answer that question.

Adam: Let me be more specific. Could business decisions that Liza made as early as October of 1999 been affected or caused by the tumor?

Dr. Greenberg: No. If she'd had a tumor that early, without treatment she wouldn't be alive today.

Adam: I had a feeling you were going to say that.

Jake: I'm sorry. The initial results of the blood work were not what we were hoping for.

Mateo: Okay. So now what?

Jake: Well, I've called in a specialist for consultation. He's going to be here first thing in the morning. And we just take it from there.

Mateo: Okay.

Hayley: You're not being cautious anymore, are you? There's something wrong with the baby.

Trey: Okay, so I'll pick you up in the morning for the polygraph tests.

Kendall: Yeah. Let's just do it early so we can get it over with.

Ryan: Get what over with? What's going on?

Kendall: Uh -- Trey and I are going to the courthouse tomorrow to talk to Jackson Montgomery’s assistant.

Ryan: Cool. Good, I'll go with you.

Trey: I don't that'd be a good idea, Ryan.

Ryan: Oh, really? Why is that?

Trey: It would be much better if it were just she and I. I've got to get going. So, I'll pick you up in the morning.

Ryan: You know what? Wait a minute.

Kendall: Ryan, wait. You know what? Just leave it alone.

Ryan: No, no, no, no. Listen, I just want -- hey, hey, hey. Dude, you all right? What happened to your arm?

Trey: Nothing.

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

Trey: Would you like a glass of water?

Kendall: Yeah, thanks.

Bianca: You are here to try to get something on me.

Mia: I could never take your mommy's place.

Adam: Oh, Mia, never say "never."

Edmund: We need to settle something.

Brooke: What's wrong?

Doctor: Your son is approaching liver failure.

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