AMC Transcript Thursday 6/6/02


All My Children Transcript Thursday 6/6/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

David: I don't know what the next step should be. Do you? I am not going to let us do this again.

Girl: Bianca, you got to spill. Is she your date for the senior prom?

Trey: Ryan let Bianca know that you suspect she started that fire. Love him all you want, but lean on me.

Erica: Well, it really doesn't matter since Bianca doesn't want to go on the field trip. Yes, I am well aware that I should have checked off the "will not attend" box on the permission slip, but the permission slip burned up along with everything else in my house. Well, I am so sorry. Please forgive me for not putting replacing the permission slip on the top of my to-do list. Look, why don't you just have a good time in Gettysburg without Bianca. Oh! Okay.

Erica: Well, what now? Greenlee, where's the -- ugh!

Chris: Whoa.

Erica: Oh.

Chris: Hey, easy, easy there, Koufax. Should I duck or is there something I can help you with?

Erica: No, no. It's just this stupid -- yes. Yes, there is something you could help me with. Yes, there really is something you could help me with definitely. Something you could help me with.

Chris: Okay. Go ahead, name it. Name it.

Erica: You can help Jackson put Kendall away for burning down my house.

Kendall: His stupid T-shirt!

Ryan: Pizza, anyone? Maybe a little pepperoni, a little --

Kendall: You blabbed to Bianca! You told her that I figured out she started that fire.

Ryan: Yeah, so what?

[Kendall sighs]

Kendall: Are you brain dead? Why are you warning Bianca?

Ryan: Whoa, whoa, slow down.

Kendall: What, are you trying to ruin my life, Ryan, huh? Like everyone else?

Ryan: What? What, are you out of your mind?

Kendall: I thought you were the only person --

Ryan: All right, wait -- stop, stop, stop. After all this time -- after everything that I've done for you, you -- what, you don't trust me?

Kendall: How can I trust someone who's trying to put me in prison?

Maggie: I'm not going to the prom with Bianca because Bianca is not some freak in a mainline sideshow for you and your little friends to stare at and judge, okay?

Girl: Not judging, just admiring such an adorable couple -- like your sister and Bianca.

Maggie: I thought you didn't know my sister.

Girl: We didn't travel in the same circles, but I knew all about her. Who didn't? I mean, if you read the paper.

Maggie: Well, did you read in the papers that Frankie wasn't afraid of anyone or anything? Well, good, because if you take that, and if you multiply it by 10, then you have me.

Anna: You are not listening to me, as usual.

David: No, as usual, I'm fighting for your attention!

Anna: Oh, this doesn't impress me. God, you are slowly driving me mad.

David: Yeah? Well, this is who I am, and you knew that when you first were drawn to me.

Anna: What do you want from me? Really?

David: Really?

Anna: Mm-hmm, yeah.

David: I want you to accept me for who I am. That's it. Nothing less, nothing more.

Anna: Oh.

David: You find that amusing?

Anna: Yes, I do, because I can count on one finger the amount of women that have actually accepted you for who you are -- me.

David: Really?

Anna: Yeah.

David: Then what is all this about? What, are you angling for me to end this? Is that it? You want me to ask for a divorce?

Anna: Why is it whenever things don't go your way, you immediately assume that we should file for divorce? I -- it's not a rhetorical question. I'm interested.

David: So you're saying you think I'm a quitter now, is that it?

Anna: Are you? Prove me wrong.

David: Well, that's nice. Now I'm a quitter. Great.

Anna: Well, David, honestly, I don't know you well enough to be able to answer that question.

David: Look, I may never win the husband-of-the-year award.

Anna: Obviously.

David: Okay, but -- but what separates me from everybody else in that OR is that when a patient is failing, I'm the last person to give up.

Anna: I know.

David: I will exhaust every possible solution --

Anna: Yes, you are a brilliant surgeon.

David: Let me finish, okay? No, I'm not gentle about it, Anna. I push people beyond what they're even capable of doing themselves.

Anna: Mm-hmm. People criticize you for having an oversized ego.

David: Yeah, yeah, that's right, people don't like me for it. My bedside manner is abrupt, okay, in and outside the hospital. I may not be smooth or polite or gentle, but --

Anna: Your patients don't die.

David: And when I think about us, about our marriage, I don't want it to die, either. I mean, saving us is the one thing that --

[Phone rings]

Anna: Oh. Ignore it.

David: No, you probably want to get that. It could be another cop crisis.

Anna: No, no, please, David, I want you to finish. Yes, Devane. What?

David: Probably that masked cat burglar again --

Anna: Shh, shh, shh. Sorry, you have to say that again.

David: Stealing all of Pine Valley's feline pets.

Anna: Did the guy leave his name?

David: Yeah, you don't want that to happen.

Anna: Could you just -- where did he say? No. That's fine, I'll handle it. Thanks. I do have to go. It's urgent.

David: Why? What's going on?

Anna: I -- I'm going to find out. I'll call you, okay?

David: Well, wait, wait. Is this a real emergency?

Anna: Look, we'll finish this again.

Maggie: I know your trip.

Girl: You don't have a clue.

Maggie: You're too busy yapping about Bianca and my sister.

Girl: Hello? But they were a scandalous bit of current events.

Maggie: How about the fact that someone your age was murdered? That doesn't even mean anything to you, does it?

Girl: That's so not what I said.

Maggie: You know, you are so the eternal shallow queen. Where's your freaking tiara?

Bianca: Don't let her stress you.

Girl: As if.

Maggie: You know, you would burst a brain cell if you dared to think about something other than your tacky little prom dress that some stupid jock is going rip off you in the back seat of his car. Am I right? You know what? Don't even answer that because you're going to need that last brain cell to find your way back to your table.

Waitress: Hey, do you girls need a referee?

Girl: Duh, no! You two are --

Waitress: I've got my striped shirt and my whistle in the back room.

Maggie: Bye-bye.

Girl: Whatever. Hello? I'll take a double mocha latte.

Waitress: Sure, it's on its way. Ever get the urge to just spill something? It's hard to control.

Maggie: Well, I hope that helped.

Bianca: Helped? You were like the terminator.

Maggie: It was actually sort of fun. That waitress was pretty cool.

Bianca: Look, I -- I know that you -- you were about to bounce when I showed up, but, I don't know, you want to share a plate of curly fries or something?

Maggie: I actually just ate. But I'd love to keep you company.

Bianca: Great.

Maggie: Yeah?

Bianca: Yeah.

Maggie: Cool.

Waitress: Oh!

Girl: What are you doing? You are such a klutz!

Waitress: I'm so --

Girl: Give me a napkin!

Waitress: I'm so sorry.

Girl: This shirt is so ruined! I can't believe this.

Chris: This is probably the wrong thing to say right now, so maybe --

Erica: What? You heard something about Kendall? Great! Okay, then I am getting Jackson.

Chris: No, no, no, no, no. No, no, no, no, no, no -- has nothing to do with Kendall. Please, put the phone down. Put it down. Very good. Now, think nice, serene thoughts.

Erica: Oh, you think I can do that with everything that's going on in my life?

Chris: Well, I figured that I'm here, so maybe I can help you get in touch with your feelings.

Erica: Yeah, I'm very in touch with my feelings, thank you.

Chris: Yes, you are, but with the ones that are tearing you up. Look, I'm a guy, hmm?

Erica: Yeah, you're 100% guy. And I'm very in touch with that, too.

Chris: Yes, you are. Now, being a guy, I see something that's wrong, and I have to try to fix it.

Erica: I know. I know. It's just second nature. You can't help yourself. It's primal.

Chris: True. So picture this. Come over here, sit down. I'm walking into the building and I see these construction workers. They're lugging plaster, drywall, putting it into the elevators and going upstairs.

Erica: Right, they're working on the top floor.

Chris: They're turning raw space into storage cubicles.

Erica: Yeah, for Enchantment.

Chris: Right. Well, I got this idea. That raw space would make the sweetest penthouse apartment this town has ever seen, especially if I were to oversee the project for you.

Erica: You want to build an apartment for me -- on top of this building?

Chris: Esattamente.

Erica: You mean actually live there?

Chris: Sure, why not? Sweetheart, it's really too soon for you to think about rebuilding a house, but a classy, elegant penthouse apartment has you written all over it.

Erica: You're really serious.

Chris: Yes! I mean, look -- the security features and the safety features are a big plus. And -- you're looking at me like I'm speaking Martian.

Erica: You always do that.

Chris: What, speak Martian?

Erica: You always know exactly what I need, even if I'm not aware of it. But this? I mean, I never even would have considered living here.

Chris: But -- but you like it?

Erica: Like it? I love it! And the view -- my God. The view from up there --

Chris: It would even make the Donald envious.

Erica: And I'd only be an elevator ride from my desk.

Chris: But a world away from your bad memories.

Erica: And only our future in front of us.

Chris: Sweetheart, we could plan this and build it together. So, what do you say?

Erica: I say I'm going to love every minute of this.

Chris: Aw.

Ryan: So -- so you think that I'm trying to put you in prison.

[Kendall sighs]

Kendall: Well, why the hell else would you run to Bianca and tell her everything?

Ryan: All right, would you just let me explain, please?

Kendall: No. Ryan, why in God's name would you run to my sicko sister and spill everything to her?

Ryan: I didn't run to your sister, all right? I was -- I was trying --

Kendall: To what? To warn her? Well, pat yourself on the back. Mission accomplished.

Ryan: All right. Just relax. You're going to bust a blood vessel or something.

Kendall: No, Bianca came running over to me, barking insults, and all Trey could do is just sit there.

Ryan: Ah, Trey. You met with Trey?

Kendall: Yeah, I met with Trey, for defense strategy. It's a good thing I did because I'm going to need it.

Ryan: You're going to need secret meetings now?

Kendall: Stupid me -- I wanted to let Trey know that I didn't want to keep anything from you. I told him that if there was anybody in this world who I could trust, it was you.

Ryan: And now?

Kendall: You tell me. Bianca came prancing in, quoting every single thing I said to you in confidence. And Trey told me that would happen.

Ryan: All right, hold it, hold it, hold it. You're still listening to the guy who pushed for the polygraph test, which went crazy and made you look guilty --

Kendall: It was a fluke!

Ryan: And suspicious.

Kendall: It was a fluke.

Ryan: This is the same guy who wanted you to plead guilty without even a discussion of your innocence.

Kendall: That's not the issue here.

Ryan: No, let me just make sure I get this right, all right? You're letting the people who consistently let you down run your life.

Kendall: But you told Bianca everything that I told you.

Ryan: So you automatically assume that I'm giving up on you?

Kendall: Well, you are, aren't you?

Ryan: You're never going to get it, are you?

Kendall: Oh, my God. Oh, what did I do?

Erica: And we can build a -- a room for Bianca, no matter what she decides to do after graduation.

Chris: Whatever you want. I like that smile.

Erica: Oh, you are spoiling me.

Chris: It's my job.

Erica: I just don't know what else in the world I would ever hope for.

[Knock on door]

Erica: Oh. Don't you move.

Chris: Right here.

Erica: Ryan, hi.

Ryan: Hey.

Erica: Come on in, please.

Ryan: Hey, how was the trip?

Erica: Oh. Too short.

Chris: We did New York Stamp style. Italian restaurants, carriage rides through Central Park. We stayed in bed all -- let's just say it was a nice opportunity to recharge the batteries.

Ryan: Good. Good. Um -- in that case, maybe you'd be willing to -- to start over. You know, figure a way where we could be there for each other, like -- like before the fire.

Chris: I'd like that very much, Ryan.

Ryan: Good. Good, because I'm in desperate need of your help right now.

Chris: Name it. You got it.

Ryan: I need you to help me with Kendall. Help me before I lose her for good.

Kendall: Nice going, Kendall. You got a real knack for screwing up the one and only thing -- the only person who has ever believed in you. Why? Why are you doing this to Ryan? All he wanted to do was -- all he was trying to do was -- was believe in you.

Kendall: Damn it. I really -- I really screwed up this time.

Maggie: So I -- I've been thinking a lot about -- the night you got hurt.

Bianca: Oh. Really? I've been trying not to.

Maggie: Well, you know, we hit a really rough patch, and I've been thinking a lot about what I was feeling and what I was --

Bianca: Hold on, hold on. Look, I -- I made a really bad call bringing that champagne over.

Maggie: It was my birthday. You were -- you were just trying to bring me out of the dumps.

Bianca: I know, but then the whole time, I couldn't get my mind off of Frankie.

Maggie: We were both thinking about Frankie. You know, we were drinking and feeling totally raw.

Bianca: It was such a bad combo. I'm so sorry.

Maggie: I am so done blaming you, Bianca.

Bianca: No, I blame me. I mean, I -- I was so out of it, I -- I looked at you, and for one second, I thought I saw Frankie.

Maggie: I was such a jerk for reacting the way that I did. I shouldn't --

Bianca: No, no, no, you had every right to freak. Every right.

Maggie: I don't know. I was wondering then and I -- I still wonder now -- I have to ask you if -- did you ever think that I had a problem with you being gay?

Bianca: God, no.

Maggie: Not even once? Because if you did, you know, you can tell me. I totally understand.

Bianca: No, it never crossed my mind.

Maggie: I went totally ballistic. I -- I freaked -- I --

Bianca: Okay, but I've been thinking about this a lot, too, and what other reaction were you supposed to have to me leaning in and -- and reaching out to Frankie? I know you're not her. I really miss her, and sometimes I feel like I didn't really know her that well.

Maggie: Yeah, I feel the same way. She's my twin sister.

Bianca: It's so weird, right?

Maggie: Yeah. It is really weird and, you know, when I came here, I -- I felt this weird pull towards you. And not sexual, but -- I just felt that you were the only one who really got to know her in the end. And I was so far away, and, God, I -- does that even make sense?

Bianca: Yeah, totally.

Bianca: You're looking at me like I'm a TV.

Maggie: That's -- okay, don't flip. I know I -- I totally freaked out on the whole prom thing, but --

Bianca: What? Do you want to go, like, pull a Blair Witch on the prom? Because I am so down.

Maggie: No, no, no, no. But do you still want to go? Are you -- you -- you know?

Bianca: Well, if Frankie were here, I would have gone to the prom with her.

Maggie: So are you still considering going now?

Anna: No, everything's clear. What exactly did he say? Uh -- I -- I have no idea what this is about. Will you let me know if this man calls again? Yes. It's probably just some disgruntled citizen upset that I'm Chief of Police. Yeah. Sounds good. Bye.

Anna: Oh -- David. David, stop it! Stop!

Maggie: My sister had attitude to spare.

Bianca: Yeah. And it made me feel --

Maggie: Like a team?

Bianca: Yeah. Safe. Like -- like I was part of something really good.

Maggie: Yeah, because, you know, Frankie would speak her mind and she'd be herself.

Bianca: Totally. I must sound like I'm totally tripping.

Maggie: No, you don't, not at all. It sounds like you really knew my sister, and -- and I really like that. Frankie -- Frankie was just tough because she had to be.

Bianca: She was really quiet on the inside.

Maggie: Hey, do you still want to go to the prom to make a point?

Bianca: No. No, too much has happened. I mean -- that would just be too much.

Maggie: What?

Bianca: All right, honestly, there's this little part of me that would love to go just to see the looks on everyone's faces.

Maggie: Mm-hmm.

Bianca: But no, no.

Maggie: You want to go to the prom with me?

Erica: I'll give you two some privacy.

Chris: No, no, no, no, no, no, no -- you stay right here. You don't have to go.

Erica: No, it's okay. You need some time.

Chris: Ryan, you know that I can't help you when it comes to Kendall, so why are you even asking me?

Ryan: I -- I understand that your loyalties are to Erica, and I don't -- I don't mean to challenge those.

Chris: Yeah, but by asking me, you're challenging the hell out of them, son.

Ryan: I know in my soul that Kendall didn't set that fire, and I know that the real arsonist is out there. And I'm -- I'm just asking you for your help to find him.

Chris: I think otherwise.

Ryan: Come on, you -- you were in bureau. You were trained to get those kinds of answers, the kinds that locals would miss.

Chris: Ryan, I don't care if it's the local police, the cops, the state police -- it doesn't matter. Heck, even the town dogcatcher would come to the same conclusion about Kendall.

Ryan: So you would risk putting an innocent person in prison rather than defy Erica.

Chris: Ryan, are you forgetting that Kendall pulled a gun on Erica just a few days before that fire? Are you?

Ryan: It was for show, Chris! It was because Erica was -- was pulling a number on her.

Chris: She's been threatening to get even with Erica from the day she arrived in Pine Valley. You heard it, I heard, so have a lot of other people.

Ryan: Yes, she has. She's a big talker, but it doesn't mean that she would actually go through with any of it.

Chris: Really? Then why did she break into Erica’s house and go through Bianca's things? Tell me that.

Ryan: She only wanted to be part of a family that has been rejecting her.

Chris: Wrong. She was casing the joint. She was planning her crime.

Ryan: Come on, Chris, you know her. You -- she was helping you. After the accident, she was --

Chris: Ryan, that was all part of the show. The bottom line is I think Kendall is dangerous.

Ryan: Well, I think she's hurt and scared, and she's always been trashed by a self-centered mother who --

Chris: Who was raped by a family friend when she was 14-years-old!

Ryan: Obviously, I -- it's horrible that Erica had to go through that experience, but --

Chris: You don't get it, Ryan. My God, you just don't get it. Erica gave birth to a child when she had no idea what a mother was being all about. She was still a kid herself!

Ryan: Okay, so that means we blame Kendall for everything that's wrong in Erica’s life right now?

Chris: You know what the fact is right now? Kendall is the product of a hideous crime, which may explain who she has become, but it does not excuse it.

Ryan: Will you just please consider for one second -- what if Kendall's innocent?

Chris: You know, after all my years on the job with the bureau, I just consider the facts.

Ryan: Just hear me out. All right, what if she is innocent? Could you just stand by and watch her go down for a fire that she had nothing to do with?

Chris: Ryan, Ryan, Ryan, I just hope that Kendall one day just leaves town and she doesn't come back. That's the only thing that's going to save her.

Ryan: So that's it? That's the end?

Chris: No. No, it's not the end, son. You see, I hope that when Kendall does leave town, that you don't go with her, because if you do, then you leave me no choice but to stay here with Erica.

Ryan: I know you. You wouldn't let Kendall do time for something that she didn't do, no matter how committed you are to protecting Erica. I just hope that you're not protecting her from the wrong person.

Erica: Chris?

Kendall: I thought you and Ryan decided to forget about the motorcycle debt.

J.R.: According to him we are, but I guess I kind of want to finish what I started. You got a pen?

Kendall: Yeah.

Kendall: Look, I'm sorry about your mom. I'm sure it's got to be pretty hard right now.

J.R.: Yeah, thanks. Um -- Ryan kind of tripped me out with that letter he sent.

Kendall: What letter?

J.R.: The sympathy thing? Only it wasn't that. It talked about his mom and what it was like losing her.

Kendall: Do you mind me asking what he said in that letter?

J.R.: Well, it's not like I memorized it or anything, but I guess the main -- the main point was that as long as you talk about the people you lose, you never really lose them.

Kendall: You mean like Gillian?

J.R.: Yeah. He said that talking about her kept her alive for him.

Kendall: That is so Ryan.

J.R.: Another thing he said was that by remembering Gillian, he was able to move on. And he realized there were other people in this world that could mean as much to him as she did. That's the part of the letter that kind of -- kind of grabbed me.

Kendall: What? About being able to move on even when you think you can't?

J.R.: Yeah, he said -- he said you never know who it is that's going to come into your life and make you -- what did he say? -- He called it waking up. Yeah. I didn't get that part.

Kendall: I do.

J.R.: Are you okay? You want some -- some water or something?

Ryan: J.R., what's up?

J.R.: Not much. What's up with you?

Kendall: Excuse me.

J.R.: Is she going to be okay?

Ryan: Yeah, you know, she will be.

J.R.: Here. It's a final payment.

Ryan: What? I told you -- I said forget about it.

J.R.: I know, I know, but it's something I really want to do, okay? I want you to have it.

Ryan: Okay. How are you -- how are you holding yourself together?

J.R.: School's letting out soon, and then I'm going to have to start the whole summer school thing because of what happened.

Ryan: Well, don't worry about it. It'll fly by. Believe me, I know.

J.R.: I hope.

Ryan: Yeah. Hey, so tell me, how's the burger gig?

J.R.: Okay, it's driving me nuts. I can't even stand the smell of -- the smell of French fries anymore.

Ryan: Yeah, I don't blame you. Look, I'll tell you what. I've been working some extra shifts at SOS since your sister and Mateo have been concentrating on Enzo, and, I mean, I could talk to somebody, see if there's any jobs available.

J.R.: Yeah. Yeah, that'd be cool.

Ryan: Yeah? No problem.

J.R.: And thank you for that letter. I was telling Kendall how on it was about everything.

Ryan: Well, you know, I hope it helped. How's -- how's everything at home?

J.R.: My dad and Tad are pretty cool, I guess, but everyone else is still acting really weird.

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, that might go on for a while, but not forever.

J.R.: Yeah, I can tell it's starting to ease up already because I was outside in the back yard with Colby, and she started laughing for no reason. And it -- it just felt good, you know?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, I do.

J.R.: Okay. Well, I'm going to go. Thanks for the heads-up about the job.

Ryan: Yeah.

J.R.: Take care, Kendall.

Kendall: You, too.

Ryan: I'll talk to you.

Ryan: What's this? What, are you leaving me?

Erica: Chris, this is a very big sacrifice that you've made for me.

Chris: No, sweetheart. I don't -- I don't see it as a sacrifice. We'll -- we'll be okay. We will.

Erica: I think you will. I believe that.

Chris: You know, I just pray that whatever -- whatever hold Kendall has on Ryan, I just hope that one day he's able to break it. I -- I didn't know Ryan when he was married to Gillian. What -- what --

Erica: Oh, Gillian was a treasure. And I really believe that a lot of this confusion that Ryan feels about Kendall is all wrapped up in his grief at losing Gillian.

Chris: Maybe. Whatever -- whatever it is, we'll be fine, all of us.

Erica: Especially now that you solved this living in limbo fiasco.

Chris: Yeah. Next, we'll figure out a way to negotiate all this -- the family stuff.

Erica: Thank you. Oh, you make everything seem so possible. All of it. Oh, we have to pick up Bianca from B.J.'s.

Chris: Oh, that's right. She got her cap and gown today. You got to be one proud mama.

Erica: Oh, yes, of course I am. My little girl is graduating from high school. I -- I just can't believe it.

Bianca: God, they're making me sick.

Maggie: Yeah, me, too. At least yours fits -- a little.

Bianca: You know, I'm trying to get psyched about this, but --

Maggie: But nothing?

Bianca: Nothing. I don't know, I'm graduating. I should be doing, like, a happy dance, right?

Maggie: Hey --

Bianca: Or a least a step or two?

Maggie: Believe me, I -- it didn't really send me zooming, either. Graduation's more for – parents, you know, have parties and take pictures and -- your dad. I'm really sorry. That was really insensitive of me.

Bianca: Oh, no. No. It's just he would have totally loved this. He would have brought the world to my graduation. Made toasts.

Maggie: Sounds like fun.

Bianca: Frankie would have hated this.

Maggie: No, hold still. Come here. No. I think Frankie would have loved it.

Anna: David, stop! Get off him! David! Get off, David! Wait --

David: Ow! Ow!

Anna: Let him go now. Now.

Bianca: What? A square board doesn't look good on me?

Maggie: No, might spoil the moment.

Bianca: What moment?

Maggie: The moment when you and I tell Morgan and her little posse over there that we are going to the prom together.

Bianca: Are you sure?

Maggie: Now, should we make this very subtle or very big?

Bianca: I vote for big.

Maggie: Follow my lead.

Bianca: Okay.

Maggie: Ahem.

Morgan: Look, I don't want any trouble from you --

Maggie: No trouble. Bianca and I, we wanted to thank you.

Bianca: Right, yes. Very, very much. In fact, we owe you.

Morgan: This is way too twilight zone.

Maggie: Turns out that Bianca and I will be going to the prom together after all.

Bianca: Yeah. I guess that you could say we'll be queen and queen of the prom.

Maggie: Exactly, and we owe it all to you.

Kendall: I thought that you'd --

Ryan: Split?

Kendall: Yeah. Permanently.

Ryan: You really don't believe me, do you?

Kendall: I do. That’s the problem -- you keep making me believe that anything's possible.

Ryan: It is, Kendall.

Kendall: Ryan, I'm used to disappointing people and making them think I'm the worst of the worst.

Ryan: Yeah? Well, you're not.

Kendall: But that's what I do. But when I'm with you, I like having all this love in my life.

Ryan: Don't you get it? Don't you? You deserve it, Kendall.

Kendall: I get it. I get it now. Some days when I'm listening to you describe our perfect life together --

Ryan: You mean the whole riding-on-the-open-roads bit?

Kendall: Yeah. I feel like I'm going to explode from being loved so much. I don't see how I could have lived my life without this before, and I don't see how I can live without it ever again. And I don't see how I can wake up in the morning without you next to me.

Kendall: I'm not going to leave you, Ryan. Not now, not ever.

Man: I bloody well love America. Cops, robbers, cowboys, Indians. Guns, fistfights.

Anna: Yeah. Who are you? But -- and keep your hands where I can see them.

Anna: What the hell is this supposed to mean?

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

Morgan: Frankie's twin just told us she's Bianca's date for the prom.

Anna: Are you my sister's son?

Mia: I can't do this anymore.

Trey: You can and you will.

Mia: What if I go to Liza?

Trey: You wouldn't.

Greenlee: Bon soir.

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