AMC Transcript Friday 6/28/02


All My Children Transcript Friday 6/28/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "Al My Children" --

Adam: I do love you, more than you'll ever know.

David: You couldn't get any lower than this. Having your own husband arrested?

Guy: I've arranged the DNA test.

Greenlee: The church got hit by lightning!

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

Kendall: I've been thinking of a plan.

Trey: What kind of plan?

Kendall: You look hot.

Man: Picture the altar, a bower of pink and white --

Greenlee: You picture this. The church I was set to get married in was struck by lightning. On the heels of that, the reception I booked is a bust because of some insurance hassle. So it's get hitched here or the Moose Lodge, and the Bullwinkle bit doesn't really appeal to me.

Man: You won't regret your choice, Ms. Smythe.

Greenlee: You bet your bridal bouquet I won't, because you are going to pull this wedding off without a hitch.

Mary: Greenlee, calm down. I'll help you as much as I possibly can.

Greenlee: No, your job is to have fun playing mother of the bride. As my wedding planner, you will live, eat, and breathe my nuptials from now until the last wedding guest has left and Leo and I are on our honeymoon. There will be no mistakes, no glitches, no goofs. In short, you will supply the wedding of my freaking dreams. Do we understand each other?

Tad: Oh, what's with the monkey suit?

J.R.: Prom night.

Tad: That's right. I knew that. Here, let me look at you. You're gorgeous. This is really -- this is very, very nice. Come here for a second. Man, I'll tell you, this is light years ahead of blue polyester and ruffled shirts.

J.R.: Yeah, well, my date was pretty specific about what I look like.

Tad: Yeah? She demanding?

J.R.: Laurie? She's cool. And it's her prom, so --

Tad: Yeah, congratulations. If memory serves, it's a really big deal being a junior, being invited to a senior prom.

J.R.: Something to do.

Tad: Yeah. Well, whoever she is, she's got good taste in men and in clothes.

[Doorbell rings]

Tad: Hang on just a second.

Man: J.R. Chandler?

Tad: No, I'm just the maid. Here. Here you go. That's for you. Oh, wow. It's gorgeous. Hey, hang on. Where do I sign?

Man: Right here.

Tad: Thank you, sir. This girl is something else. She sent you a boutonniere.

J.R.: A booty-what?

Tad: It's lapel candy, you philistine. And it's -- look at this. This is lilacs, man. She's got some class. What is it? She send you some more instructions?

J.R.: It's from Mom.

Maggie: You had David arrested?

Anna: Oh, he knows why.

David: Oh, yeah. Yeah, you see, Chief Devane, she had me collared like a common fugitive because, well, of course, that's my profile, right?

Anna: Fleeing the scene of the marriage.

David: Do you know why I left?

Anna: Yes. For the same reason as always. But the woman is dead, David.

Erica: Honey, are you happy with your eye shadow? Because you can choose another shade.

Bianca: Mom, it's really your territory.

Erica: But it's your prom.

Bianca: So you're going to pass the mascara wand on to me?

Erica: Tonight belongs to you. Oh, honey, 18 is a golden age. You'll shine without any help from me.

Bianca: Well, I wasn't so nice and shiny when I told you before that I wouldn't be able to live with you and Chris at the new penthouse.

Erica: You were just declaring your independence.

Bianca: Mom, I'm going to the prom with a girl. Are you really sure that you're okay with that?

Erica: Honey, you do what makes you happy, and I'll be happy, too.

Ryan: What, are you whacked? You want Kendall to plead insanity?

Trey: It's the only way to keep your bride-to-be out of jail.

Ryan: No, you know what, you only advise your client to cop insanity when you think they're guilty, so what kind of idiotic stunt is this?

Kendall: Beat the heat.

Aidan: Mmm. Ah.

Kendall: Satisfied?

Aidan: If you want me to kiss you, all you got to do is ask.

Kendall: So where's that gorgeous accent from?

Aidan: Mother England.

Kendall: You drink your tea hot over there.

Aidan: As a rule.

Kendall: And your beer warm.

Aidan: What are you getting at?

Kendall: You Brits do things backwards.

Aidan: And you yanks are pretty forward.

Kendall: American girls don't play games. When we want something, we ask for it.

Aidan: So what do you want?

Kendall: I want to know what you do with such big, strong hands.

Trey: Kendall's on overload, okay? Her behavior is erratic and irrational.

Ryan: Yeah, it is, but she's

Trey: Ryan, she'll be safe. She'll be well cared for. And no walls closing in, no nasty bed buddies. If Kendall does just one year of therapy, she gets sprung and you two have a chance at your happy-ever-after.

Ryan: But no guarantees.

Trey: Look, Ryan, I know you love Kendall. Any jerk with eyes can see that. You have to tell her that the only way she can save herself is to plead insanity.

Tad: I guess Dixie made the order while she was still living in Zurich. You probably just told her you were going to the prom.

J.R.: You were going over there to get her. She would have been here.

J.R.: Lilacs.

Tad: Yeah.

J.R.: Like the kind she gave me the first day of school. You know, I always used to rag on her about how she always used to try to fix my hair and tuck in my shirt.

[Knock on door]

Liza: Hello?

Adam: Are we in time to see my son off?

Tad: Yeah, the countdown has started.

Adam: You cut quite a dashing figure in that tuxedo.

Liza: Beautiful flowers. You know, we -- we really miss you, and I know that I haven't been the easiest person in the world to be around, and I'm sorry. I just want you to know that we're so proud of you, and you've been so brave and beyond amazing.

[Knock on door]

Erica: Oh. Well, who can that be? Jack, hi!

Jack: Are you lovely ladies decent, or what? Oh, yes, indeed.

Erica: What do you think?

Jack: Well, I think you're decent, but I think you -- you are absolutely beautiful. But you know what, it's missing a little something, a little something. I happen to think that I have just the thing.

Bianca: Oh, no. Uncle Jack, what did you do? Wow.

Jack: Huh? Huh?

Bianca: Wow.

Jack: They belonged to my mother, your grandmother. She wore these to her first cotillion ball, God help us all. I thought maybe you'd like to wear them to the prom tonight.

Bianca: Thank you so much.

Jack: Oh, you're so welcome. Is Bianca not the most ravishing creature you've ever laid eyes on?

Erica: Maggie is very lucky to be going to the prom with my daughter. Oh, honey, I hope that tonight is everything you want it to be.

Maggie: Okay, you know what, while you guys continue to bite each other's heads off, I'm just going to step outside.

Anna: No, Maggie, please don't. We didn't mean to make you uncomfortable.

[Knock on door]

Anna: Excuse me.

David: Wait a minute. Why are you all dressed up?

Erica: Good evening, Anna.

Anna: Hi.

Erica: Hello, David. Do you mind if we come in?

Anna: Maggie's all ready.

Jack: Hello, Chief.

Anna: Mr. D.A.

David: What am I missing here?

Anna: Surprised that life goes on without you, David?

David: All right, come on. What's going on?

Maggie: Bianca and I are going to the prom. Well, together.

David: Really? Well, good for you. Good for both of you.

Jack: I just thought I'd get a few shots of the party girls here.

Erica: Yes.

David: You're kidding. With that piece of junk? Look, I have a real camera with a timer. I'll take a picture of all of us.

Jack: Well, excuse me.

Maggie: So are you ready for this?

Bianca: Yeah, so far.

Maggie: No parental weirdness?

Bianca: Actually, my mom is completely onboard.

Maggie: I know. You know, Anna, she's been amazing, too.

Bianca: It's amazing. A prom night theme -- life sometimes works out.

Maggie: Well, as Anna would say, you look smashing.

Bianca: Oh, thank you, Darling. So do you.

David: Okay, everybody, group huddle. Camera's set, timer's set. Let's see those pearly whites. Ready?

Bianca: I want copies of this historic moment. Lots and lots of copies.

Anna: Have fun. Knock 'em dead.

David: So am I still under house arrest?

Anna: I don't know. What is your first line of defense?

David: I went to Switzerland to identify Dixie’s body. The doctor who was treating her contacted me to let me know they had recovered a corpse.

Anna: The doctors couldn't I.D. her?

David: Not positively, no. I had her dental records.

Anna: And?

David: It wasn't her.

Anna: I'm sorry.

David: Why?

Anna: Closure. For Tad and J.R. and -- I mean, I didn't have that with Robert, and I know that it --

David: Makes it more real?

Anna: You and I are proof that reality is highly overrated.

David: And what's our reality, Anna?

Anna: Our reality is about you show up for dearly departed Dixie, but not little alive me.

David: That is not true.

Anna: The Day of Compassion. My daughter is HIV positive.

David: Oh, my God. Oh.

Anna: And you blew me off to go and identify what might be your former lover's body without any explanation or apology. So, interpreting the data, I would have to conclude that even in death, Dixie means more to you than I ever will. Am I right?

David: You couldn't be more wrong.

Adam: Stuart showed me how to work this contraption.

Tad: Did he cover the part where you open it?

Adam: In my day, we had a simple-to-use box camera.

Tad: Yeah, but you had to stick your head under the back of a sheet.

Liza: Okay, enough, you two. Smile, smile. Okay, good. Okay, enough. All right, when you get home, take the flower off, put it in the refrigerator, and I'll have it dried for a keepsake.

J.R.: Cool.

Liza: Okay.

Adam: Your mother would be so proud of you, Son.

Tad: That is for sure.

Adam: She lived for nights like this. She recorded every milestone.

J.R.: Yeah, she was always writing junk down, wasn't she?

Adam: Well, that "junk" was the story of your life from the time you were born -- your first tooth, your first step. Your life was her life.

Liza: You know, J.R., we would really love it if you'd spend some time with us this summer. Colby misses you very much.

J.R.: Tad, is that cool with you?

Tad: If it's cool with you.

J.R.: Yeah. I mean, I promised Colby I'd teach her how to swim, didn't I?

Liza: Well, your room is just as you left it.

J.R.: Thanks.

Tad: You know something? Your father's right. You look so good, I'm going to get the video camera.

[Phone rings]

J.R.: Yep? Laurie, hey. Oh, you're on your way? Good, good, good. Yeah. Yeah, everybody's here. My step, Tad, everybody -- the whole crew.

Liza: What?

Adam: I love you now more than ever, if that's possible.

Liza: You know, you are going to be a puddle when Colby is getting ready for her first prom.

Adam: Well, you'll be there to mop me up, I hope.

Liza: Yes, and I'll be thanking God that you're the father of my child.

Man: Ms. Smythe, I vow you will have the wedding of your dreams.

Greenlee: No floods? No tornados? You know, they say that lightning doesn't strike twice, but the way my luck is going lately --

Leo: Greenlee, no disaster, natural or unnatural, is going to stop us from getting married.

Greenlee: Leo, I planned the perfect wedding right down to the very last detail. We were going to have doves, two snow white doves released into the air when we said our "I dos."

Leo: George can do doves. Isn't that right, George?

George: Well, we do a divine squab.

Greenlee: Like I want the symbol of our love broiled and served on a bed of spinach?

George: We can do live birds.

Greenlee: I want my country church and my horse-drawn carriage, not a redo of your non-wedding to loony Laura.

Leo: Hey, hey, that just happened to be the best day of my life.

Greenlee: How could you say that?

Leo: Because I got you back. I love you and your sniffly nose and your wedding jitters, but you can stop stressing. We're golden. Nothing can touch us.

Mary: You should listen to him, Greenlee. If something's mean to happen, it will. Or not.

Leo: Oh, we're meant to be, Mary. But, hey, thank you for your input.

Greenlee: I'm not sure we can pull this off.

Leo: Would you -- please, just stop stressing. Nothing is going to go wrong. Hey, I'll even turn off the sprinkler system if you want me to.

Greenlee: Doesn't it scare you that everything is falling apart? I mean, this is supposed to be the most important day of our lives, and everything's getting messed up. I mean, I don't think I can take one more disappointment.

Leo: You know, there is one way that I can guarantee a hassle-free wedding. Elope with me. Tonight.

Ryan: My feelings for Kendall aren't the issue here. All right, the bottom line is she didn't set the fire.

Trey: Ryan, the evidence --

Ryan: I don't want to hear about the evidence, all right? I don't want to hear about it. You're supposed to believe in her. You're supposed to do whatever you have to do to keep her out of prison.

Trey: What I believe doesn't matter. It's what the jury believes.

Ryan: You know what? She's your client. You're the lawyer. You convince the jury that she's innocent.

Erica: So, my daughter is off to her senior prom.

Jack: Yes, with another girl for her date. I must say I'm very, very proud of you. Good for you. But I know you didn't call me over here just to take a picture of Bianca in her prom dress, so --

Erica: No, you're right, Jack. There's something I want to ask you. How strong is your case against Kendall?

Kendall: Okay, so what is this right over here?

Aidan: That would be the layout for Ms. Kane's bedroom.

Kendall: Ooh. And this?

Aidan: Her home theater.

Kendall: Hmm, must be very sophisticated. State-of-the-art.

Aidan: I'd imagine.

Kendall: Why settle when you're used to the best?

Aidan: Are you?

Kendall: What?

Aidan: Are you used to the best?

Kendall: Um, so what are -- what are these little wire thingies here?

Aidan: That's the central communication system.

Kendall: Oh. You mean, like, phones?

Aidan: Yeah, a lot of phones, cable, high-speed Internet, security.

Kendall: Hmm. I guess an important person like Erica Kane needs a lot of security. So how foolproof is it? I mean, can any idiot tap into the system?

Aidan: I don't know. You're far from an idiot, but I think you must take me for one.

Kendall: Not at all. No, not at all.

Aidan: Look, cut the act, girl. What are you really about?

Kendall: I am so bad at this.

Aidan: On the contrary, I think you're quite good, and don't you know it.

Kendall: So I haven't totally scared you away?

Aidan: Do I look like I'm about to run?

Kendall: No.

Aidan: Something tells me you're more interesting than any other woman I've known.

Kendall: I'm more interested than any other woman you've known.

Aidan: I'll have to take your word for that.

Kendall: Not necessarily.

Aidan: Later, love. I got to fly.

Kendall: Oh -- um -- well, maybe another time?

Aidan: Maybe.

Kendall: I think I'll hang out here for a while, enjoy the view.

Aidan: I can't leave you.

Kendall: Second thoughts?

Aidan: No. Security. You need clearance to be up here, same as me.

Kendall: Oh. Well, I don't want to get you in trouble.

Aidan: I'll walk you to your car.

Aidan: Coming?

Kendall: Right behind you.

Jack: Why are you asking about the D.A.'s case against Kendall? It seems to me that you know the evidence as well as I do. She had means, motive, and opportunity.

Erica: But you brought in a forensics expert. Did he uncover anything that you or the police missed?

Jack: No. No, he did not. But that doesn't matter because I've got a rock-solid case here, Erica. You don't all of a sudden doubt my skills as a prosecutor?

Erica: Oh, no. Of course not.

Jack: Well, what is it, then? I mean, you're acting like you're scared about something.

Erica: Why would I be afraid?

Jack: I don't know. Suppose you tell me.

Erica: I don't know if I can.

Jack: Really? And why not?

Erica: Jack, our history is so layered. I mean, we were lovers and you were my lawyer.

Jack: Yeah, well, I'm neither one of those now. So if you know something that could change the outcome of Kendall's case, I want you to give it up. I mean it -- right now.

Trey: Ryan, we both want to help Kendall. But to do that, you have to get through to her.

Ryan: I? You're the lawyer.

Trey: You're the one she listens to. So find her and tell her to plead insanity. Then she won't have to stand trial.

Ryan: This -- this cannot be the only option!

Trey: It's Kendall's only chance of staying out of jail. I know how you feel about this, but I also know how you feel about Kendall. You want a fight you can't win, or you want a shot at the future with the girl you love?

Mary: Greenlee, you can't elope.

Leo: Why not?

Mary: Because. Well, for one thing, the invitations have already gone out.

Leo: So?

Mary: So?

Leo: You and your society friends can party. Greenlee and I will do our thing at the Elk Green.

Mary: No, the Elk Green sounds much worse than the Moose Lodge.

Leo: This isn't the wedding you want.

Mary: This is the wedding she wants.

Leo: And you would know that how? I just -- I just want to marry you. That's it. I want to go to Paris and jump-start our lives. We don't need the doves and the ice sculptures and the string quartets. We just need to get the Justice of the Peace to do the deed and forget about all this hoo-hah.

Mary: You are forgetting that Greenlee’s employer is paying for all this "hoo-hah" because it's part of a major ad campaign.

Leo: Our love doesn't need a sponsor. Greenlee, it just needs us, just a party of two. Come on. Just close your eyes and jump.

George: Well, let me know what you two lovebirds decide.

Greenlee: Mother, I need to talk to Leo alone.

Mary: Lovely. I'll see you later. Just let me know if I need to print a retraction in the society pages.

Leo: Society pages.

[Leo laughs]

Leo: You see what I mean?

Greenlee: Do you see what I need? I am working my butt off to pull this wedding together.

Leo: That's -- that's what I mean. Here, have a seat. Weddings -- weddings shouldn't be work. Okay, they should be -- they should be fun like -- like carnival or Mardi Gras.

Greenlee: That's what I tried to do.

Leo: You're trying too hard. You're making yourself a frazzled wreck trying to please your mother and Roger and half the freaking social register. Everybody but yourself.

Greenlee: Leo, I need you on my side. Don't fight me on this.

Leo: I'm not fighting you on this, Greenlee.

Greenlee: No, I need you to understand something. This is the wedding I want and I need you to want it, too, okay, or I'm going to totally lose it!

Anna: Why all the secrecy?

David: I didn't want Tad and J.R. to know unless the body was Dixie’s.

Anna: So you went off on your own without telling anyone what you were doing?

David: Yes, to protect Tad and J.R. and -- well, and you.

Anna: Me? I don't need protecting.

David: No, no, of course you don’t. I mean, it's just that anytime Dixie’s connected with anything, it pushes your buttons.

Anna: So you were saving me from myself?

David: I just didn't want to stir up trouble if there was no reason for it, okay? What if turned out to be a false alarm? Which it did. So J.R. and Tad were spared all that.

Anna: And you were spared an attack by a hysterical wife.

David: Anna, you jumped all over me for crashing Dixie’s memorial service. And maybe you were right. So go ahead, sue me for trying to make that up to you by not sharing something that I knew would be upsetting to you. Actually, you should be happy. For once I was putting your feelings first. Look, I'm -- I'm trying to be the man that you claim you want me to be. Can you handle that, or is this just going to be one more thing that trashes this marriage before we even give it a chance?

Anna: We've just been through hell since Dixie died.

David: Yeah, it did shake things up.

Anna: Yeah, it did.

David: Anna, I'm home.

Anna: I missed you.

David: What was that?

Anna: You heard me. I said I missed you. I never miss anyone except Robin.

David: So you had your posse go out and grab me to bring me back because you missed me?

Anna: Because I was angry. You know, I felt abandoned. I was afraid that maybe I'd never see you again, that you'd gone off to do something that didn't include me and that that was the end of us.

David: Does this feel like the end?

Anna: I am just so tired of fighting. I'm so sick of this constant squabbling. You know, I want a husband, not an adversary.

David: And I want a wife, not an accuser. By the way, I really like what you did for Maggie.

Anna: Oh, I love Maggie. She's so sweet.

David: She looked great.

Anna: She did look great. I love what she did for me, you know. Maybe we should set up your camera again.

David: And why is that?

Anna: To take photographs of us. You know, putting it together. Together.

J.R.: Laurie, you know Bianca. And this is her date, Maggie.

Laurie: You guys look great.

Bianca: Thank you, Laurie. You look beautiful, too.

J.R.: And this is Tad.

Laurie: Hi, Mr. Martin.

Tad: Hi, Laurie, nice to meet you. I think it's safe to say tonight is a senior moment. Huh? Huh?

J.R.: Oh, Laurie, if you don't -- if you don't mind, I need to talk to Bianca and Maggie alone for a second.

Tad: Sure. Come on. I'll show you his nude baby pictures.

J.R.: Funny. Um -- look, guys, the other night I was a real jerk and you guys saved my skin, and I just wanted to say that I'm sorry.

Bianca: Are you doing okay?

J.R.: You mean, am I going to get high and ruin the prom for Laurie? No way.

Maggie: Good. Just show up for yourself, all right, J.R.?

Bianca: Yeah, and we'll be there, too.

Maggie: Yes, because we're so much older and wiser.

Bianca: Oh, yes.

J.R.: Oh, please.

Laurie: Guys, our limo is waiting.

Tad: Limo?

Laurie: My folks don't want us driving on prom night.

Tad: Well, smart. Okay, you guys know the rules. Observe the curfew, have fun. No pig's blood. Have the time of your life.

J.R.: Here we go.

Maggie: Hey, um --

Bianca: What?

Maggie: Well, this is our last chance to bail. Are you ready?

Erica: Everything I tell you is completely confidential.

Jack: What, are you kidding me? It can't be. I'm the D.A. I am prosecuting your daughter. Now, if you know something about Kendall, Erica, I want to hear it.

Erica: All right, yes, I know something. I think I know something.

Ryan: Pack light, pack light. That's the plan, that's the plan.

Kendall: Here.

Ryan: Whoa. What was that for?

Kendall: Love. What you doing?

Ryan: I'm just packing for our great escape.

Kendall: Already?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, I want to be all set to go as soon as the trial's over -- you know, start our cross-country honeymoon.

Kendall: Oh. I'll help.

Ryan: Yeah. First, there's something we got to do.

Kendall: I was thinking the same thing.

Ryan: No, no, no. This is -- this is serious. We got a problem. It's your lawyer.

Adam: What you did for J.R. tonight -- words can't express my gratitude.

Liza: All I did was reach out to him.

Adam: And he grabbed on for dear life, didn't he?

Liza: I look forward to this summer. We can spend some time with J.R.

Adam: Why don't we go somewhere together, hmm? Take a trip.

Liza: That would be nice. But actually, I think I'd like to spend some private time with you.

Adam: Oh? Where would you like to go? Marbella? Torino? Bali?

Liza: Hmm. I was thinking more local. Right here, private suite, tonight?

Adam: Tonight?

Liza: Mm-hmm.

Adam: Oh, I like your thinking.

Liza: Yeah, we have a lot to celebrate. We have my health, our love. I feel like a newlywed. I want to act like one.

Adam: Me, too. Well, why don't I call Mia, ask her to take care of Colby tonight.

Liza: Sure. Use my phone, and I will go to the front desk and we'll ask them about a room.

Adam: Thank you. Um, you have a message.

Liza: Oh, yeah. You know, I didn't recognize the number. As long as Colby's okay, whatever it is can wait till tomorrow.

Adam: All right.

Leo: Greenlee, you know I want what you want, whatever that is.

Greenlee: I want a wedding with all the trimmings, Leo.

Leo: Okay. I'm sorry I burst your bubble talking about blowing off the wedding and eloping.

Greenlee: Is that what you want?

Leo: I just -- I want us to be happy. I want us to be us. And it's starting to feel like between your parents and a father who we're not even sure is my father, I -- I just don't want us to get lost in the crowd.

Greenlee: Leo -- oh, my God.

Guy: Greenlee, ma Cherie. Leo.

Leo: Hey. I have the results of our DNA test.

Bianca: Maggie, I am so fine with this and with you for dreaming the whole thing up.

Maggie: Well, you never know. Maybe they'll name us queen and queen of the prom. It'll look great in your yearbook.

Bianca: Yeah, except I didn't order one.

Maggie: Why not?

Bianca: So much happened this year that I didn't really want to look back on, and school seemed not the point. But I've changed my mind. You've made me see that, you know, I only get one senior year and I only get one prom.

Maggie: Well, thank you. And you know, Frankie would've made tonight one for the yearbook, so I'm going to give it my best shot.

[Horn honks]

Bianca: Oh. Our chariot's honking. Shall we?

Maggie: We shall.

Bianca: All right.

David: I have an M.D. after my name and you're Chief of Police, but where do all our brains get us, hmm? I think we're in over our heads.

Anna: Well, as locations go, it's not such a bad place to be. At least we're in this muddle together. That's something. I meant what I said. I really missed you. I couldn't bear the thought of never seeing you again.

David: Anna, you're my wife. I'm not going to leave you. Ever.

Leo: Count -- Guy -- you flew all the way here just to break the news?

Guy: As we agreed, I have not yet read the results of our DNA test. We will find out together whether I have the great honor of being your papa, or perhaps not. But whatever the result, we will find it out together.

Tad: Brooke, it's me. I just wanted to know how the Maureen Gorman/Maria connection's going. Really? Yeah -- no, listen, there's not a lot going on here, so I think I'm going to fly out to Nevada and join you, okay? No, don't argue. Seriously, you know, you were there for me when I lost Dixie and I want to repay the favor. No, I don't think you're going to lose Edmund. It's just a figure of speech. No. No, J.R.'s fine. He's going to move back in with Adam and Liza for a while. Apparently, they're as thick as thieves again. Go figure.

Ryan: He -- Trey wants you to cop an insanity plea.

Kendall: What? No, no. No, he's not serious.

Ryan: Yeah, actually, he is serious. Listen to me, all right, the guy is poison. You got to dump him. Dump him now or kiss your freedom good-bye.

Jack: Now, you listen to me. This is no time for games. What do you have on Kendall?

Erica: Oh, God, Jack. I don't think Kendall set that fire.

Recorded voice: You have one new message. To retrieve, please enter password.

Adam: That's easy enough. C-O-L-B-Y.

Trey's voice: Liza, this is Trey Kenyon. Thanks for your follow-up call. If you give me your power of attorney and your complete financial records, your husband will never know you took that money from Chandler Enterprises, and he'll never know what you did with it.

Recorded voice: Press "1" to delete, press "2" to save as new message.

Liza: Adam, what is it? What's wrong?

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

Leo: What does it say? Am I your son?

Adam: I just want to get out of here, okay?

Mia: What got into him?

Jack: Am I prosecuting the wrong person for burning down your house?

Kendall: I told you I like you. Want me to prove it?

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