AMC Transcript Monday 6/3/02


All My Children Transcript Monday 6/3/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Ryan: Why didn't you tell me that you broke into Erica and Bianca’s house?

Leo: I love your daughter more than life itself.

Mary: If you really love her, you'll do what's best for her and leave her.

Greenlee: Either you take that back or get out.

Mateo: The perfect match for Enzo is Maria.

Mary: Darling, I was just trying to protect you from having your heart broken.

Greenlee: How? By telling my fiancé to ditch me?

Leo: No, no, no, I think she's got a point, Greenlee.

Greenlee: What?

[Leo sighs]

Leo: I think that you should dump the garbage that's messed up your life.

Greenlee: Leo, no!

Leo: Hit the road, Mary.

Roger: Hi.

Simone: Hi.

Roger: Why'd you want to meet here and not your place?

Simone: Fewer distractions.

Roger: Ooh. Sounds serious.

Simone: We're over, Roger. And I don't need any of your sweet talk --

Roger: Simone --

Simone: My mind is made up.

Roger: Good -- because I completely agree.

Ryan: Answer me, Kendall. Why didn't you tell me you broke into Erica’s house before the fire?

Kendall: Who told you I broke in?

Ryan: Bianca.

Kendall: Perfect.

Ryan: Kendall, the problem is you. You didn't tell me. Why didn't you tell me?

Trey: Because I told her not to.

Nurse: You're right. It appears Dr. Maria Santos is a perfect match for your son. Would you like to call her or do you want the hospital to make contact?

Edmund: Dr. Santos -- Maria is -- was Mateo’s sister and my wife. She died a few years ago.

Nurse: Oh, I'm -- I'm sorry. I had no idea. I'm new, so --

Edmund: It's okay. Excuse us. Hey.

Mateo: What am I going to tell Hayley? Huh? That the only person that can save our son is dead?

Arlene: Don't be upset. I just came to help.

Hayley: No, don’t. It may be your -- your last chance to hold him. Thank you.

Ryan: I'm sorry, I thought we agreed to discuss everything --

Trey: Stop making this personal. It's about strategy, what's in Kendall’s best interests.

Ryan: You know what? Do me a favor -- stop talking.

Trey: Look, Lavery, the idea was to keep you out of the loop so you didn't compromise Kendall when you were questioned.

Ryan: That's great. Look, I know what you did. All right? I need to understand why you did it.

Trey: Because motive is the weakest part of her case.

Ryan: This is not for the judge. This is for me. Make me understand why you broke into Erica’s house.

Kendall: I can’t. I'm sorry.

Ryan: Yeah, I'm sorry, too.

Kendall: Wait, Ryan -- Ryan, wait -- Ryan, Ryan!

Trey: Let him go.

Leo: Sayonara.

Mary: Greenlee, is this what you want?

Greenlee: If you don't respect my love for Leo, you shouldn't be involved in our wedding. I'd be pathetic to even invite you.

Mary: I'm sorry you feel that way.

Greenlee: Vanessa almost did us in. I mean, it was really hard for Leo, but he did everything he could to protect us from her. I'll do whatever I have to to protect us from you.

Mary: You're comparing me to a homicidal drug trafficker?

Greenlee: I guess so.

Leo: Write. You're better in post cards.

Mary: Greenlee, please try to understand -- it's just that Leo wasn't what I expected.

[Leo snickers]

Leo: Well, you sort of fizzled yourself, Mary.

Mary: I should have known better than to come in here and start trying to rearrange your lives. Can you possibly find it in your heart to forgive me?

Simone: No fight? You're just going to let me go?

Roger: I can read your face, Simone. You've thought this through. If ending what we have is what you want, well, then I'll never forget you.

Simone: Roger, I'm sorry.

Roger: No, I'm sorry. After Greenlee made me leave with Mary last night --

Simone: That whole scene freaked me out.

Roger: It kept me up all night long.

Simone: I was up last night, too.

Roger: Why?

Simone: Steeling myself for your arguments. I didn't think you'd give up so easily.

Roger: You think this is easy for me? This is a very painful moment for me, too. My world will be a lot less enchanting without you, dear. But --

Simone: But what?

Roger: It seems I make you unhappy.

Simone: Only sometimes.

Roger: I hate myself for that.

Simone: No, it's just Greenlee trusts me, you know? And after -- oh, Lord -- all my low moves with the Proteus thing --

Roger: You don't have to explain that to me. Not to me, dear.

Simone: I know. And that's the one thing I just -- I still love about you.

Roger: Simone, I don't regret being with you. The only thing I regret is making you hide. I had no right to do that to you.

Simone: Roger, I'm a big girl. I made all of my own choices here.

Roger: Brave, smart, and kind to the end. I'll miss you. I'll miss you. Bye.

Simone: No, not yet. Don't go.

Hayley: Thank you so much for coming. Thank you. Thank you.

Arlene: I knew it. I -- I knew -- I knew that you didn't mean it when you said you never wanted to see me again.

Hayley: My baby is so sick.

Arlene: It's okay, Sweetie. Nothing the family can't heal. I came as soon as I got Trevor’s call. I've already given blood.

Hayley: Thank you.

Arlene: Yeah.

Hayley: I pray to God you're a match. I pray.

Arlene: Yeah, me, too. He's got my eyes.

Hayley: Yeah, he's got my liver.

Arlene: Now, what do you mean by that?

Hayley: I don't know. I mean, I did this to him. I -- I was drinking and --

Arlene: Never when you were pregnant.

Hayley: Mom, what if it's just in my blood?

Arlene: No.

Hayley: What if it's contaminated?

Arlene: Hayley, listen to me. If there's anyone to blame, it's me. I mean, I was drinking vodka when I had you. No wonder you turned out a drunk.

Hayley: Well, I'm going to stay sober for Enzo.

Arlene: Yeah. You know, a mom can do anything for her kid.

Hayley: Yeah?

Arlene: You know, I almost -- I just about died staying away from you, but that's what you wanted.

Hayley: I was wrong. Enzo should -- Enzo should know that both of his grandmothers love him very much in case he doesn't make it through this.

Arlene: Of course he's going to make it. Now, you listen to me. He's going to make it because he's one of us. And even though we got problems, we're survivors.

Hayley: When I saw you holding him, I --

Arlene: What, you wanted to just kick me out, huh?

Hayley: I knew how much I needed my mother.

Arlene: Oh, Sweetie. I want that so much. I just want to be your mom and be his grandma. Will you finally let me?

Mateo: What the hell are you doing here?

Hayley: My mother's here because you contacted Uncle Trevor and asked --

Mateo: Yeah, I know, I know.

Hayley: Him to contact her.

Mateo: I know what I did.

Hayley: She came to help the baby, Mateo. I'm glad she's here.

Mateo: You are?

Hayley: I mean, ever since Enzo got sick, this is the only thing that's helped.

Arlene: Mateo, I know that we've had our differences.

Mateo: I'm just surprised.

Arlene: What, that I'd want to help my grandson? You're surprised about that?

Mateo: No, that you'd come all this way to have your blood tested.

Hayley: Listen. I know what you're thinking. Please, just keep it to yourself for right now, okay? Please.

Mateo: Okay. Anything for you.

Hayley: I -- I strong-armed the nurse into letting me go with Enzo for his next round of tests. You know, I want to be there with him in case something hurts.

Mateo: Okay.

Hayley: So I'm going to go. Come here. Come here, my big, strong boy. Mommy's --

Arlene: Yeah.

Mateo: Just like his mom.

Hayley: My big, strong boy.

Mateo: Hi.

Mateo: Let's get one thing clear. The call from Trevor was not an invitation to come back to Pine Valley or to stay, all right?

Arlene: I'm just here to help.

Mateo: All right, as soon as you find out that you're not a match, you go home.

Arlene: Look, just be optimistic. It's supposed to heal.

Mateo: If you find out that you're not a match, you're going to leave.

Arlene: Whatever you and Hayley want.

Mateo: Good.

Arlene: Good. But I just want you to know that Hayley just asked me to stay as long as I possibly could.

Greenlee: You're apologizing to me? That would mess up my mascara if I believed you.

Mary: I realize that my input about the --

Greenlee: My marriage? You can say it, can't you?

Mary: Yes, of course I can. I'm talking about my mothering skills.

Leo: They aren't exactly four-star.

Mary: Exactly. But I really want to change that. You know, when you're pregnant, they tell you that mothering comes naturally and you'll be able to understand your baby's cries, but everything I did just made you cry harder. And now that you're grown, I truly believe that I have something valuable to offer.

Greenlee: Really?

Mary: Yes, and -- but in my enthusiasm, I just galloped straight into overprotectiveness.

Leo: We like to call it interfering.

Greenlee: Yeah, you know what? It is new -- having you care -- who I'm with, what I'm doing.

Leo: If you're breathing. Come on, Greenlee; don't buy this!

Greenlee: Leo, you're smacking everything down so fast, I can't think.

Mary: I -- you know, I came here being concerned about the wrong thing. I was worrying that Leo didn't deserve you to have as his wife, and I should have been worried that I don't deserve to have you as my daughter.

Leo: Okay, now, I am going to let that one stand.

Mary: I think you should have the man that you love.

Greenlee: You really think that?

Mary: With all my heart.

Leo: Lady, you change your tactics so fast that somebody could mistake you for a pro.

Mary: I just -- Greenlee, I have so much love and affection inside of me.

Leo: Oh --

Mary: Please, give me another chance.

Greenlee: It's worth a try.

Kendall: Lying is the worst thing I can do to Ryan.

Trey: Kendall, I know he means a lot to you, but frankly, right now you got bigger problems than some sulking boyfriend.

Kendall: Ryan is not sulking, he's furious.

Trey: And you have to think about yourself right now.

Kendall: I've been doing that my whole life --

Trey: Kendall --

Kendall: And look where it got me.

Trey: Mr. Macho doesn't have the goods to get you out of this one. Look, I'm sure Ryan means well, but if you take his advice, you're never going to have a life -- with or without him.

Kendall: I wish you could explain that to Ryan.

Trey: He wouldn't listen.

Kendall: There is absolutely no air in here at all.

Trey: All right. Let's get out of here. Do you like the coffee at the Valley Inn?

Kendall: It's fine.

Trey: Great. Great. These strategy sessions always go better, you know, in some kind of civilized situations.

Trey: Damn it.

Edmund: God has a weird sense of humor.

Brooke: Sometimes it feels that way.

Edmund: Maria is the perfect match for Enzo. Maria, who would do anything to save a child, who would do anything for family. Sorry.

Brooke: For what?

Edmund: 24 hours ago, I was promising you I was over Maria.

Brooke: And now you need to talk about her.

Edmund: No, I just don't want you to think that –

Brooke: What? That you're not over Maria? Edmund, you know, the past is always with us.

Edmund: I am over --

Brooke: The pain of losing her. But Maria will be in your soul forever. And I'm fine with that.

Edmund: Brooke.

Brooke: Listen. I want you to talk about Maria, okay? I do. I want to talk about her. I want to -- I want to talk about the memories I have of her with Sam and Maddie. I think it's our duty to make sure that their mother and her memory stays alive in their hearts.

Edmund: But you are my life now.

Brooke: I know. I know. I feel that. You make me feel so secure, Edmund. I'm so glad that you had Maria because the love that the two of you shared, it deepens a person. And I think it even strengthens what we have.

Edmund: Well, Maria’s a match. That would make anybody angry.

Mateo: Angry doesn't even come close.

Edmund: So we'll find somebody else. Somebody else will turn up.

Mateo: Somebody already has turned up.

Edmund: Who?

Mateo: Our worst nightmare.

Hayley: They made me leave Enzo alone in the imaging center.

Arlene: Well, rules aren't the family forte.

Hayley: Where's Mateo?

Arlene: He's probably pummeling a wall, pretending it's my face.

Hayley: He's just worried sick over the baby.

Arlene: That's okay. I mean, if it helps him cope, I don't mind being his whipping post.

Hayley: He'll come around, especially if you're a match.

Arlene: Oh, Sweetie, look. Nobody wants that more than I do. But you know how Enzo doesn't just need a liver -- you know, how he needs a mom to look after him and love him?

Hayley: Yeah.

Arlene: And you need your mom, too.

Nurse: Arlene Vaughan?

Arlene: Yeah.

Hayley: Are those the blood test results?

Nurse: Yes.

Hayley: Are you a match, Mom? Mom, are you?

Kendall: You said just the two of us, for good. What does that mean?

Ryan: I don't know. But the best shot of us being what we can be is out of Pine Valley. So what do you say? Are we leaving?

Kendall: Yeah.

Kendall: Ryan. I've been looking everywhere for you.

Ryan: Yeah? Did you get Kenyon's permission?

Kendall: Ryan, you're wrong about trey, okay? He is not the reason why I didn't tell you about Erica’s.

Ryan: Come on. Kendall, come on. You're afraid of --

Kendall: No, Ryan, Ryan, this has nothing to do with Trey. I made the decision to lie to you all on my own.

Brooke: I'm going to pick up the printouts from the donor bank. I'll meet you back here?

Edmund: Okay.

Brooke: Okay.

Edmund: Sit down, man.

Mateo: You should have seen Arlene in there, playing devoted mother, cooing the baby to Hayley.

Edmund: Is Hayley buying her act?

Mateo: Yeah, she's practically laying in Arlene’s lap.

Edmund: Hmm. It's a vulnerable time.

Mateo: Exactly. And Haley’s going to fall for it and then she's going to get sucker-punched again.

Edmund: She's survived Arlene before.

Mateo: Yeah, but it's my fault that she has to suffer Arlene now.

Edmund: It's your fault? Because you put out an APB for a donor for your son, it's your fault? If it was my son, I would have called Attila the Hun. Any normal father would.

Mateo: Yeah, a normal father would be a match for his own kid, right?

Edmund: Oh, come on.

Mateo: No, really. I mean, he's -- he -- he's got my blood. He's got my name. I brought him into the world. You know, I should be able to help him, don't you think?

Edmund: You are helping.

Mateo: No, I'm not. I'm having to rely on people like Arlene.

Arlene: I'm so glad you finally can.

Hayley: My mother's a match.

Arlene: Looks like God's finally giving us all a second chance.

Mary: So, Leo, why don't you tell me about yourself? I want to know all about the man who has my daughter so smitten.

Leo: Well -- you know that my mother's a drug lord, so --

Mary: Well, surely, you weren't that unfortunate with both of your parents. Now, du Pres is French, so --

Leo: Yeah.

Mary: What, is your father's family Parisian or provincial?

Greenlee: You promised to back off the grilling.

Mary: I -- "grilling"? I was just aiming at pleasantries.

Leo: You missed.

Mary: I'm sorry. Forgive me. Oh -- and forgive my hasty departure, too. I -- I have an appointment with the maitre d' at the Valley Inn to discuss your wedding reception.

Greenlee: You made an appointment?

Mary: Well, I suppose I should only keep it if I still have the honor of being a part of your wedding. Do I?

Greenlee: Sure.

Mary: Thank you.

Greenlee: But the Valley Inn might not be the best spot.

Mary: Oh. Would you rather go someplace else?

Leo: Well, I was thinking about the -- The Pit. It's a cozy little dive right off the main drag.

Greenlee: You know, it couldn't hurt to check out the Valley Inn.

Mary: Right, okay. Thank you. Thank you.

Greenlee: I know you're trying.

Mary: Good-bye, Leo.

Roger: No, I don't -- I don't really understand this. I think you're making it harder on yourself. I'm confused. You told me you didn't want to see me anymore and yet you asked me to stick around.

Simone: Because I can't keep this.

Roger: Oh, no. No, you're not -- I gave that to you when we finished Chapter One of my -- of our book.

Simone: I can't keep it.

Roger: Oh -- you know what? I know you don't want to see me personally anymore, but professionally, we can still be a big success.

Simone: I can't work with you anymore, Roger.

Roger: No. Honey, you already broke my heart today. Don't cut me out of your life entirely.

Simone: A complete break is what's best for us, for Greenlee.

Roger: But, you know, I'll let you dump me. I don't want you to dump my book.

Simone: You said that you couldn't stand to make me unhappy.

Roger: Well, that's right, and I can't stand to see you throw away this big opportunity, not to mention financial success.

Simone: That's not the big problem.

Roger: Well, what is?

Simone: Working with you, being with you.

Roger: Well, all right. The temptation will be big for me, too, I guarantee you, but I -- I promise you, for your future, I'll control myself.

Simone: Well, then, you've got more control than I have.

Roger: Darling, I will be strong for both of us. You deserve some goodness after all the hell you went through.

Simone: Well, my way out of hell is to remember that my actions affect others.

Roger: Greenlee.

Simone: We're at a risk, a potential risk of total fallout. We know that.

Roger: Yeah. Please, keep this. It'll remind you of what a good and generous woman you are and how -- how you profoundly changed one person's life for the better.

Simone: Thank you. It's worth keeping like that.

Roger: Simone, if you ever need a shoulder to cry on or a hug or --

Simone: I have to go. Thank you. Good-bye.

Roger: Sure, I -- damn. Waiter, freshen me up here, please, now. Damn, damn, damn, damn, damn.

Ryan: Why? Why would you hold back now? We've been through so much together.

Kendall: And I've been tough the whole time.

Ryan: Yeah, a real brave heart.

Kendall: Well, maybe that's what you like about me.

Ryan: How can -- how can you say that? How can you -- don't you remember that night, the night that we spent together at the Valley Inn?

Kendall: That was special. But chronic patheticness is not a turn-on.

Ryan: What? What, what are you talking about now?

Kendall: I'm talking about the real reason I broke into Erica’s house.

Ryan: You mean, the real reason you didn't tell me about it.

Kendall: Yeah.

Ryan: Kendall, I can handle anything that you have to say.

Kendall: I wasn't casing that place to torch it.

Ryan: Great. Great. So, please, tell me the real reason why you were there.

Kendall: I was looking for pictures of me. But there weren't any, so then I looked at a bunch of happy Bianca/Erica photos -- there were a lot of those. And I stretched out on Bianca’s bed --

Ryan: Trying to feel what it's like to be the chosen daughter.

Kendall: Yeah.

Ryan: Well, that's interesting.

Kendall: No, that's not interesting. That's, like, verging on being mental and that's why I was afraid to tell you about this. I was afraid that you would think I was so pathetic that you wouldn't want anything to do with me.

Ryan: Actually, you're right.

Kendall: I knew I shouldn't have told you. Thank you for proving me right.

Ryan: When I said, "You're right," I meant, "I agree." I agree that this -- this quest for Erica’s approval is whacked.

Kendall: It's never going to happen.

Ryan: No. It's never going to happen. She's never going to love you. She's never even going to like you.

Kendall: Oh, thank you very much for that wake-up call, like I need it right now.

Ryan: Yeah, you do. You need it right now. You broke into a house to pretend you were someone else to feel what it's like to matter. You -- God, Kendall, you're like one of those punching bags that keeps coming back for the same hit over and over again.

Kendall: I'm strong. I can take it.

Ryan: Well, I can’t. All right? I can't. This mind trip you're -- it's got you facing charges for arson and for attempted murder.

Kendall: I know, I know.

Ryan: And it's costing us time together.

Kendall: I'm sorry.

Ryan: You know what? Listen to me. The only chance that you have for having a life is if you bust out of here for good. All right, look at me. Just let me take you away from here. Let me put a thousand miles between you and everything that's going on -- Erica and everything.

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.

Ryan: Can you do it? Can you trust me? You know that I am the one and only person you can count on right now. But if you can't, you better tell me because I don't think there's any hope for us.

Greenlee: I think we turned a corner.

Leo: Well, don't put her on your speed dial just yet there.

Greenlee: Why? You want me to punish her forever?

Leo: I just want you to be happy forever.

Greenlee: Hmm. Mary can't help that her maternal instincts are a little --

Leo: What, nonexistent?

Greenlee: Latent.

Leo: Yeah. Well, what about Roger?

Greenlee: Hmm -- yeah, he is trying to do the parent thing.

Leo: Yeah, he's tried and failed, what, 800 times?

Greenlee: Our marriage will be the charm.

Leo: I hope you're right, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Because we could use at least one decent parent between the two of us.

Leo: Yeah -- maybe.

Greenlee: And Mary’s coming around. You know, maybe I'll even get that picture.

Leo: What picture?

Greenlee: The one of gorgeous bridal me between my loving mom and dad.

Roger: Waiter? Ms. Torres said to put that on her tab.

Waiter: Yes, Sir.

Roger: Miss me already, huh?

Mary: Yes, Roger, I do miss you, more than you'll ever know.

Mateo: You're a match?

Arlene: I couldn't believe it myself.

Hayley: She's a match, and she's going to save Enzo.

Arlene: You know, sometimes, I -- I wondered why I was put on this planet, and now I know why.

Hayley: You did this. You called Uncle Trevor and you got him to contact everybody he knew, and you saved our son, baby.

Edmund: Good work.

Arlene: You know, I'm ready for the operation, whenever they want.

Edmund: Well -- since the blood test is the first --

Mateo: Yeah, we got to make sure your liver's, I mean, in good enough shape to donate.

Arlene: Well, it's in great shape. I haven't had a drop in months.

Hayley: Really?

Arlene: Mm-hmm. I guess I had some kind of premonition that I could help my grandbaby. But first, I got to take care of my baby, hmm, just like we talked about.

Hayley: Mom --

Arlene: Yeah! No. You can stay with Enzo, can't you?

Mateo: Yeah. Sure.

Hayley: This is such good news. Hey, come on.

Mateo: Wait, wait -- where you going?

Hayley: We're going to go home, and Mom's going to make some tea and unpack.

Mateo: You're not bringing her to our house.

Ryan: I'm waiting for an answer.

Kendall: I'm sorry.

Ryan: Sorry for what?

Kendall: I'm sorry I'm like one of those pop-up punching bags.

Ryan: Are you sorry that you're pathetic?

Kendall: I thought I had to keep that stuff from you.

Ryan: That stuff is only part of you, all right? It's not the whole package. It's not even close.

Kendall: So you're not heading for the hills?

Ryan: Oh, yeah, I am, but only if you're coming with me. So what do you say?

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, I am.

Ryan: Well, you're not going to be sorry, I can promise you that. Come here.

Mary: Well, what a pleasant surprise to actually find the man that I need.

Roger: Huh -- me?

Mary: Well, things have been kind of chilly with us for a long time.

Roger: And you're suggesting it's time for them to warm up, Mary?

Mary: Our daughter's getting married.

Roger: You happy about that?

Mary: Greenlee's thrilled.

Roger: She's made a nice life for herself here, Mary. Got a lot of friends here who care about her.

Mary: Yeah, she does, and having both of us here is the crowning jewel in her happiness.

Roger: Well, here's to our daughter.

[Mary and Roger laugh]

Mary: I want to extend an invitation to you, Rog.

Roger: I'm waiting.

Mary: You and I co-host an engagement party for Greenlee and Leo.

Roger: Do you mean plan the festivities together?

Mary: Mm-hmm, and pay for them. I mean, after all, you were planning to throw a surprise party with Ms. Torres, weren't you, and that cat's out of the bag now. Right? Right?

Roger: Yes, yes.

Mary: So, should I call the engravers? "Roger and Mary Smythe request the pleasure of your company"?

Roger: I like that; I like the "Roger and Mary" part.

[Mary chuckles]

Mary: Well, let's not reorder our china just yet, dear. Is your portfolio up to my tastes? I want to go all out on this.

Roger: How -- how far is "all out," Mary?

Mary: White tie, black tie, whatever your preference is.

Roger: Oh, I'm sure whatever you choose will be impeccable.

Mary: Good. Okay. So by now, I have learned to extract clear and precise answers from you. Is your platinum card in or out?

Roger: Oh -- it's in. It's in, Mary. I'm in -- all the way.

Greenlee: You know, our wedding really is a charm. My mother finally wants to be a mother.

Leo: Yeah, wish I could say the same for mine.

Greenlee: You know what? What did happen when you went to see Vanessa?

Leo: You know, just the usual. But I think I figured out where she stashed her millions.

Greenlee: Where?

Leo: I have to go to Paris. And I have to leave, like, right away.

Hayley: It's okay, Mateo. I don't mind if Mom stays at our house.

Mateo: Hayley --

Hayley: What? She is going to have surgery to help save our son.

Mateo: I was thinking that maybe she deserves more than just a pullout couch. You know? A suite at the Valley Inn, maybe?

Hayley: Really?

Mateo: Yeah.

Hayley: Oh. That's a great idea -- I mean, that's great. They have the best beds and a big roomy bathtub. That's -- that's, I mean -- a great restaurant. Thank you, that is -- that's so generous.

Mateo: Anytime.

Hayley: That is so generous.

Arlene: You know, it's too much, you know? Over the top.

Hayley: No, come on. I'll take you home and we'll get a nice room-service dinner order.

Arlene: No, no, not until I keep my promise, hmm?

Hayley: Mom, it's okay.

Arlene: Yep -- nope. First, I'm going to your house. I'm going to make you a nice dinner and draw you a bath.

Hayley: No, actually, I changed my mind. I'm going to come right back here to the hospital afterwards.

Mateo: Your mom's right -- maybe you should go home.

Arlene: See?

Mateo: Yeah, get some rest, a little TLC gives me a chance to, you know, be alone with Enzo, a little one-on-one.

Arlene: Even Mateo’s on my side.

Hayley: Okay. All right. Thank you. I love you.

Mateo: I love you, too. It's going to be okay.

Edmund: You think you'll be able to handle Arlene?

Mateo: She's getting to Hayley -- you see that?

Edmund: Yeah.

Mateo: She's already gotten to her.

Edmund: Mm-hmm.

Mateo: You know, just because her blood's a match, doesn't mean the tissue is going to be, too, right?

Edmund: Right.

Brooke: If she's not compatible, somebody else will be. And wherever they are, we will find that person.

Doctor: Thanks. I heard in the staff meeting you've made wonderful progress in Pediatrics. Seems like you're a natural with kids.

Woman: Thank you. I -- I hope to have one or two of my own someday.

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

Jake: You're the one who swore you were going to show me a good time.

Mia: First, you got to take your clothes off.

Greenlee: We are onto something big.

Chris: Te amo, tesoro.

Erica: Are you trying to impress me?

Anna: Book him. Do it by the numbers.

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