AMC Transcript Thursday 7/11/02


All My Children Transcript Thursday 7/11/02

Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Leo: Two sets of blue eyes don't make brown eyes, right?

David: It's extremely unlikely. Oh, my God.

Nurse: Mrs. Cortlandt is in isolation per dr. Wagner's orders.

Anna: It's crucial I speak with him. And I want to speak with Mrs. Cortlandt.

Vanessa: Leave Leo out of this.

Marius: Tell me where the money is.

David: It's great seeing you again. Enjoy yourselves.

Leo: Hey, let me lighten your load there, buddy. Thank you.

David: All right. Here comes the groom.

Leo: Yeah.

David: Buddy, how you doing?

Leo: Uh, you know -- you look great.

David: Thank you. You look great.

Leo: To mother love.

David: Something we've only heard about. Hey, you might want to take it easy with that stuff.

Leo: Yeah, I just -- I hope that I can pull this off.

David: Oh, Leo, you're going to manage, okay? Just for Greenlee's sake.

Leo: You know what I wish?

David: I don't know. What?

Leo: I want to get Vanessa back for everything she's done to us, especially this paternity scam.

David: When you figure out a way, count me in. Speaking of Counts --

Guy: I cannot tell you how grateful I am to be able to share in such a joyous event with my son.

Mary: Oh, thank God! Come in. Right over here, please. Thank you, too, of course.

Opal: Oh, my! Yes, my favorite beverage! Just the thing to wash back those crudités.

Mary: Yes, of course. Girls, come over here if you feel the need.

Opal: Oh, Honey. Um -- it's not too late.

Mary: I beg your pardon?

Opal: Well, we're among friends, so I can tell the truth and shame the devil. You need what only I can give you.

Mary: I seriously doubt that.

Opal: No, no. Now, I mean it. You owe it to your daughter to look your very best on her big day.

Mary: And you're going to assist me in that regard?

Opal: Well, let me put it this way -- you look like you've been working the steam table at the Do Wok Inn's all-you-can-eat stir-fry buffet. Now, if I just put a little pouf right here and maybe some subtle feathering, I think maybe we can do something that fits.

Mary: I really don't think my New York stylist could ever forgive me.

Opal: You -- you paid money for that? Oh, I'm so sorry. You know, this beauty business is just teeming with thieves. Now, are you sure I shouldn't help --

Mary: I'm fine, thank you.

Simone: Oh, there you are. Greenlee, we have got to get you in your dress.

Greenlee: Okay, sure.

Simone: Yeah? Okay, I'm going to go get it prepped.

Opal: All right, come on, gather around. I'm just aching to get my fingers in somebody's tresses. Anna, here, I --

Anna: No, no -- I want to look like that. Whew. She scares me. You okay? What's wrong? What?

Greenlee: Well, nothing, yet.

Anna: Are you still worried about Vanessa?

Greenlee: Tell me I'm stupid to worry. Tell me that she's safely locked up and she can't hurt us.

Anna: You're stupid to worry; she's safely locked up. I saw her yesterday. Not only is she locked up, she's heavily sedated.

Greenlee: She could be faking it. She's going to escape and ruin our wedding. Vanessa won't let me marry Leo.

Marius: Are you playing me, Vanessa?

Vanessa: There's no wedding. Oh, no. No. No, help me! Help me.

Marius: Yes, yes, Mrs. Cortlandt, we are all here to help you.

Dr. Randolf: Dr. Wagner, the chief of police would like to question Mrs. Cortlandt.

Marius: They'll have to wait. Mrs. Cortlandt is not to be disturbed.

Dr. Randolf: She would also like Mrs. Cortlandt alert and coherent.

Marius: Is it your mission to aid the patient's recovery, or to act as the local deputy for the authorities?

Dr. Randolf: Well, naturally, the patients come first. But given Mrs. Cortlandt's criminal status --

Marius: They feel free to harass her? Please, Dr. Randolf, leave me alone with Mrs. Cortlandt so that I may continue my work.

Dr. Randolf: Very well. I'll look in on Mrs. Cortlandt later.

Marius: Time for a little stimulant so -- a pick-me-up here so that you may enjoy your son's wedding. Or possibly his death.

Anna: You need to relax and focus on today and Leo and your future.

Greenlee: I'm trying, but I know Vanessa.

Anna: Okay. I'm going to make a phone call, make sure everything's secure at Oak Haven. And you just think beautiful thoughts, okay?

Greenlee: Okay.

Mary: Darling, I thought you might want to wear these.

Greenlee: Mommy. Oh, I do. Ever since I was a little girl looking at your wedding photos, I always coveted your antique -- are these Opal's?

Mary: No! They're mine.

Greenlee: Well, I never saw you wear these.

Opal: Oh, my goodness, those are absolutely gorgeous! Hey, Mary, you know, if you wore those, nobody'd even notice your hair.

Mary: How did they ever let that woman out of dogpatch?

Greenlee: I thought you brought the earrings that you wore when you married Daddy.

Mary: My darling, those are worth a fortune, and, I mean, given the way that your father and I turned out, I didn't think they would be good luck for a bride to wear.

Greenlee: You left them at home?

Mary: No. Actually, I was going plan to wear them myself today. All right. Now, if you're going to sulk, I'll just -- just give me a moment.

Anna: All right, I'm going to drive over there.

Greenlee: You're going to Oak Haven?

Anna: What?

Greenlee: She broke out, didn't she? Vanessa broke out.

Anna: No, no, no, she didn't. She's still there. Everything's fine. She's -- there's this new doctor -- Dr. Wagner -- he's this psychiatrist, and I want to talk to him, make sure he understands who he's dealing with, all right? It's all under control. Just beautiful thoughts. Breathe in, breathe out, you know?

Guy: You are so solemn, Leo. You should lighten up, as you in America.

David: Well, this is a very big day for Leo, so --

Guy: That is why I have bought you something.

Leo: Oh, no, you -- you shouldn't have done that.

Guy: I should not honor my son on the day of his wedding? Well, that's impossible. Here, this is yours now, Leo. Your birthright, as it were. That is your family crest.

David: I see you wear one, too.

Guy: All the men in the du Pres family have worn them for centuries. It is a tradition dating back to the time when we were granted land by our King.

Leo: What, the King of France?

Guy: To us, there is no other. That was my father's ring, Leo. I thought it only proper to hand it on to one of my sons.

Leo: I -- I'm sorry. I can't take this.

Guy: Oh, but you must, Leo. It is yours. Is there something I should know about?

Leo: No, nothing. Nothing. Nothing except I can't tell you how much this means to me.

Guy: Wear it proudly, Leo. Think of the men who came before you.

Leo: I will. Thank you.

Guy: Well, I should leave you to get ready, huh?

Leo: All right. Thanks again, Sir.

Guy: What is this "sir" business?

Leo: Uh -- Dad.

Guy: Dad -- that is much better!

David: Are you okay?

Leo: No, I've been better, man. I just -- what's he going to do when he finds out the truth about what's really going on?

David: I'm sure he'll understand, Leo.

Leo: Yeah, I hope so. Because nothing's going to ruin this day for Greenlee.

Marius: We have to jump-start the stimulant. You have to move around. Let's get you dressed. Nothing but the finest couturier for the mother of the groom. Make an effort, Vanessa. Cooperate, damn it.

Anna: I came to see Mrs. Cortlandt. I called ahead, so you knew I wanted to speak with her.

Dr. Randolf: Well, Dr. Wagner has some very specific ideas about Mrs. Cortlandt's treatment.

Anna: Well, I don't care. I need to see her now. Please, thank you. Could I? Thanks. I thought you said Dr. Wagner was here.

Dr. Randolf: He was a minute ago.

Anna: Vanessa? Vanessa.

Dr. Randolf: I'm afraid she's been sedated.

Anna: I specifically requested that she be kept coherent so that I could speak to her.

Dr. Randolf: Well, Dr. Wagner is the physician in charge here, and I --

Anna: Well, I need to see him.

Dr. Randolf: Well, I'll try and locate him, but he's been extremely busy ever since he arrived.

Anna: I know. He's new.

Dr. Randolf: He's new to this country. Dr. Wagner is from Vienna.

Anna: Yes.

Dr. Randolf: He's an expert on the criminally insane.

Anna: Could I see his credentials?

Dr. Randolf: I suppose. They're in the Chief of Staff's office.

Anna: Okay.

Marius: I have to get that cop out of our way.

Opal: What do you think? I mean, I could also do that split-braid thing, you know, where I double it up, attach it in the back, go kind of the goddess thing?

Simone: Oh, Opal, I think you've already done that. It's spectacular, really. Any more and I'd outdo the bride.

Opal: Well, that's a point. You're right.

Simone: I want to take a look.

Opal: All right, all right.

Simone: Thank you.

Opal: Oh, and now, Bianca, I can see that the key to your coiffure is simplicity. I'm just going to give it a little more lift and --

Bianca: Okay, but nothing drastic, right?

Opal: Honey, nobody's even going to notice, all right? Unless -- what would you say to going with my new Eiffel Tower look?

Bianca: Oh, Opal, that sounds magnificent --

Opal: Yeah?

Bianca: But I think that less is more.

Opal: You know, I have never understood that expression. Why don't you sit down? Maybe you can explain it to me, huh?

Maggie: You know, in all those horror stories about bridesmaid dresses -- you know, I actually read in an article that you could make them into frilly little awnings for your kitty litter boxes. But you won't have to do that with these because these are just beautiful.

Greenlee: I wonder what Leo's doing right now.

Maggie: He's probably thinking about you. Tell me, how was it waking up this morning, looking at him, knowing that you'd be husband and wife today?

Opal: What did I just hear? It is bad luck for the groom to see the bride on their wedding day!

Maggie: Oh, only if she's in her wedding dress.

Opal: No, no. That is spitting in the eye of fate to see each other at all.

Mary: Actually, we Smythes aren't really superstitious. We don't predict the weather by reading the almanac or find Elvis' face in our champagne.

Opal: Oh, well, do it your own darn wrong way. I say this bride-and-groom thing is tricky business.

Greenlee: Leo and I are going to make our own luck.

Opal: Well, I surely hope so.

Greenlee: We are. I believe in us.

Mary: Of course you do.

[Phone rings]

Mary: Excuse me. Hello? Bobby, it's about time you called back. My daughter is getting married today. She's in a snit, and she simply has to wear my diamond earrings. I know how much they're worth. That's why I want you to check and see if they're still covered. Because Greenlee can be very careless. Bobby, just check the policy.

Leo: Well, your prognosis was dead on.

David: You know there's no need to hold it together in front of that crowd. A few minutes away will help you relax.

Leo: Who the hell were they, anyway? The only people I recognized in there were you, and my fake father.

David: Yeah, Mary Smythe does seem to know a lot of people.

Leo: Well, I'm not marrying Greenlee to entertain Mary’s social set.

David: Ah, weddings always have a social/business aspect.

Leo: Yours didn't.

David: You'd be surprised.

Leo: You know, I just -- I just wish that we would've eloped.

David: Oh, come on, Leo. This is all about the Count, don't you think?

Leo: He just -- doesn't he seem very open? Like he's happy to be my father?

David: I have to admit, if the Count is in on Vanessa’s con, he's -- well, he's damn good.

Leo: Yeah, well, I used to be the same way. I played like I was the perfect gentleman, the nicest guy in the world. All I ever cared about was -- you know, all I ever thought was that I was -- they deserved to be suckered.

David: You know, I just keep coming back to the same question. Why would the Count go through the trouble of tampering with D.N.A. test results?

Leo: Well, we know it's not the money because I don't have any money, right? So it's got to be part of a bigger plan. It's got to be -- I don't know, maybe they're trying to throw us off the Proteus money trail.

David: Yes, neutralizing you would certainly be to Vanessa’s advantage.

Leo: Or the Count's. If he used his diplomatic status to hide Vanessa’s fortune.

David: I got to tell you, Leo -- every time I look at the Count, he seems extremely sincere. I mean, who knows? Maybe you really can rely on him.

Leo: Have you forgotten Vanessa’s number-one rule? The only thing you can rely on is there's nothing you can rely on.

Anna: Okay, thanks lt. Frye. Yeah. There's no record of a Dr. Klaus Wagner being an authority on the criminally insane, in Vienna or anywhere else.

Dr. Randolf: But you saw his credentials. They're impeccable.

Anna: Yes. Why don't you fax over everything you have on file to my office, and we'll see whether these credentials are on the level.

Dr. Randolf: Okay.

Anna: Thank you.

Anna: Vanessa? Vanessa, you have information that I need. The question is, how the hell do I get it out of you?

Anna: Okay, Vanessa. Come on, I want you to talk now. Come on. Okay, are you all right? Oh, Lord. All right, Vanessa, listen. Listen to me. What's with these European men coming to Pine Valley? First the Count, and now this Dr. Wagner. Who are they? Is there a connection between them?

Vanessa: Anna -- Anna, no wedding because Leo -- kill -- no wedding! You get Count.

[Phone rings]

Vanessa: Count.

Anna: Okay, wait, wait, wait. Yes, Chief Devane. Hello? What is it? Yes? Send two cars to Oak Haven and have them report to me immediately. Thanks.

Dr. Randolf: Chief Devane, you should really leave Mrs. Cortlandt alone now.

Anna: I just heard from my office. No Dr. Klaus Wagner attended or was employed by any of the medical facilities on the material you faxed over, so we need to find this man and question him.

Dr. Randolf: Okay.

Anna: Okay.

Vanessa: No --

Anna: I'll be back, Vanessa, okay?

Vanessa: No --

Anna: I'll be right back.

Vanessa: God, no wedding. No, no, no. Poor Leo. No -- wedding.

Mary: Now, what did I tell you about eavesdropping?

Greenlee: I wasn't eavesdropping.

Mary: That you're bound to hear something that you don't want to hear?

Greenlee: Like that you don't want to let me wear your earrings.

Mary: Or that you've misunderstood what you just heard? Greenlee, the fact of the matter is I have not had my premium check sent in, and that's why I was just on the telephone with Bobby trying to get him to check the policy to make sure if -- if the earrings are still covered.

Greenlee: Okay.

Mary: Darling, these -- these are priceless heirlooms that --

Greenlee: I know, I know.

Mary: I really want you to wear them, but what if, in all the excitement, one of them were to fall off and -- we've got to be practical about this.

Greenlee: Absolutely.

[Opal gasps]

Opal: Oh, look at this necklace! Isn't that something?

Greenlee: It's Anna’s.

Opal: Anna's?

Greenlee: Opal, what is it?

Opal: Huh?

Greenlee: What just happened?

Opal: Oh, nothing.

Greenlee: You saw something when you picked that up, didn't you? Something about my wedding?

Mary: Greenlee, don't encourage her, for God's sake.

Greenlee: No, Opal has a gift, Mother. She sees things.

Mary: So does your great uncle Leon when he's had too much to drink. Just get a grip!

Opal: Oh, yeah, yeah. Greenlee, I promise you, no, that I saw absolutely no visions about your wedding. No, your mama's probably right. It's just -- it's just the bubbly kicking in.

Greenlee: I need to see Leo. I need to see Leo right now!

David: Yeah, I used to live by that. Trust no one, don't let anybody see the real you.

Leo: Yeah, well, you got to admit that makes life easier.

David: Yeah, and lonelier. I finally started learning how to trust Anna, just like you've learned how to trust Greenlee.

Leo: Um, I guess.

David: Well, I hope so. Otherwise, what the hell are we doing in these monkey suits?

Leo: I trust Greenlee, I really do, but I just hope that I'm not being stupid or naive.

David: Oh, come on. Don't tell me you're starting to get that prenup jitter.

Leo: I just -- she used to be so strong. You know, anybody that messed with her regretted it. And that's one of the things that I fell in love with was -- I don't know -- her spirit.

David: And that's changed?

Leo: She -- she hasn't been herself lately. Ever since we started planning this wedding, she just hasn't been herself.

David: And you're sure this change is for the worse?

Leo: She's just become really gullible. She's acting like an innocent, and I can see the sharks circling.

David: Meaning the social scene over at the Valley Inn?

Leo: Yeah -- Mary playing the devoted mother of the bride because there's money to be had from Grandpa Woody. And then, of course, her maid of honor/best friend is bopping the father of the bride. Oh, she just -- she doesn't see any of it.

David: Because she loves them.

Leo: Or -- and trusts them. But I'm telling you, at some point after the wedding, she's going to find out about everything that Simone and Roger and Mary have been doing behind her back, and it's going to kill her to find out that she can't trust anybody anymore.

David: Leo, there is someone she can always trust, someone who will always protect her. You.

Greenlee: Someone find Leo for me.

Opal: Oh, my!

Greenlee: Bianca, you go.

Bianca: Oh, no, Greenlee. You're going to see him in just a little while.

Opal: Just gorgeous. Yeah, he's going to be waiting there. You walk down the aisle. He'll have that sexy smile --

Greenlee: No, no, no, I need to talk to him right now. Please, Bianca?

Opal: Well, I'm not quite finished with her hair.

Greenlee: Okay, Maggie, then. Go, please!

Opal: Honey, don't let your imagination play tricks on you.

Greenlee: Okay, you're all trying to keep us apart because you think it's bad luck for us to see each other, but the damage has been done! It's too late!

Simone: No!

Bianca: Greenlee, that's not it at all. Leo's probably busy getting ready himself.

Simone: Exactly.

Opal: That's right, that's right.

Maggie: I mean, we don't want to bother him.

Simone: You look stunning. You don't want him to see you yet.

Mary: All right. Let's see if this isn't the charm. Greenlee, your great-grandmother wore these on her wedding day many, many years ago, and again on her 50th wedding anniversary.

Greenlee: Mother.

Mary: And she would be so proud to see you wearing these on your wedding day. And of course, I am very proud that you're able to wear them. Let's see. You look absolutely enchanting.

Bianca: Opal, you did see something, didn't you? Shouldn't we warn Greenlee?

Opal: I didn't see her. It was the darnedest thing.

Bianca: Well, what did you see?

Opal: I saw Anna Devane. She was shot.

Anna: So this famous doctor of yours from Vienna is a phony. Vanessa, did you know this?

Vanessa: Doctor? What doctor?

Anna: The one who has taken over your case -- Dr. Wagner.

Vanessa: Dr. Who?

Anna: Oh, now, stop it. Vanessa, please. I want to know the truth about this doctor and this man claiming to be Leo's father. Vanessa?

Vanessa: Ask him.

Anna: Ask who? Dr. Randolf? Ow!

Marius: You should have kept out of my way.

Vanessa: Oh, my -- is she dead?

Marius: Get dressed. We mustn't be late for the big event.

Vanessa: You're not going to get away with this, you know.

Marius: This? Taking care of her, getting what I need out of you, or killing your son?

Vanessa: And if I tell you, you'll kill me, won't you? No.

Marius: Not necessarily, Vanessa. I guess that means that we will be having a lovely time at Leo's wedding. Before the ceremony, I will ask you once again where you hid your Proteus money. Tell me and Leo lives to enjoy his honeymoon, hmm? Refuse, and Leo's wedding will become his funeral.

Mary: Greenlee, don't you dare run your mascara.

Greenlee: Oh, Mommy. Mommy, thank you!

Mary: Don't you make me run my mascara, either, now.

Greenlee: You'll never know what this means to me.

Mary: All right. I'm just going to run back to my suite and I'm going to slip on my gown. And then I'm going to come back here and help you finish. Okay?

Opal: I think I'll be moving along, too.

Mary: Something else to look forward to.

Opal: Bye-bye, sweetie pie.

Greenlee: Bye. Thank you.

Opal: Have a wonderful time.

Greenlee: Thank you. Bye. Thank you.

Maggie: Do you need the two of us, or can we go check out the reception?

Greenlee: No, go ahead. Just let me know if anything's off.

Maggie: Okay. Good luck. I'll see you later.

Bianca: Look, don't worry. Everything's going to be great.

Simone: Okay. Well, what can I do?

Greenlee: Uh -- think positive thoughts, say prayers.

Simone: Oh, of course, Honey. Get you anything?

Greenlee: I'm okay.

Simone: Are you sure?

Greenlee: I'm as okay as I'm going to be.

Simone: Okay.

Greenlee: I'm going to go touch up my face.

Simone: Okay. You look stunning.

Roger: May I say how beautiful you look?

Simone: What the hell are you doing here?

Roger: I'm the father of the bride. I belong here. And where's my darling daughter?

Simone: As if you care.

Roger: Simone, today is a sacred day for my family. Please try to respect that.

Simone: Oh, you're sickening, pretending Greenlee's happiness matters. We both know that all you care about life is an easy ride and lots of money.

Roger: And drop the superiority act. We're far too alike for that to fly.

Simone: Just stay away from me.

Roger: For how long? Until you need a father figure to warm your bed? You know, if -- if you're looking for a substitute, perhaps you should call shrink daddy. He might make a house call.

Simone: Ah!

Greenlee: Daddy? I thought I heard your voice.

Roger: Sweetheart, I just couldn't stay away.

Greenlee: Don't sugarcoat anything or try to spare my feelings. Just tell me what the hell is going on.

Bianca: Well, I guess it can't hurt, right?

Maggie: Greenlee's a wreck.

Bianca: Yeah. The question is, where is Leo?

Maggie: I don't know. Where is he? There he is.

Bianca: Ah. Leo.

Leo: Hey.

Bianca: Hey.

Leo: Hey!

David: Hey.

Leo: Well, how's it going?

Bianca: Well, for us, it's going fine. But --

Maggie: But the bride-to-be is sort of falling apart.

Bianca: Yeah.

Leo: Oh.

Bianca: She's -- she's really worried.

Leo: Is it -- you mean, my mother?

Bianca: No.

Leo: Please don't tell me it's Vanessa.

Bianca: Oh, no, it's Opal. She started this whole rant about how it's bad luck for the bride to --

Maggie: And then it sort of just went downhill from there.

Bianca: Yeah, she -- she's been asking us to find you all day.

Maggie: She sort of started to pull herself together, but --

Bianca: But she's just nervous.

Leo: Okay, well, thank you for the heads-up. I'll go take care of it. All right, thank you.

David: Two deep breaths, okay?

Leo: Yeah, no kidding. All right.

David: So is Anna still with Greenlee?

Bianca: No.

Maggie: Well, I -- I thought she'd be back by now.

David: Back from where?

Maggie: She went to Oak Haven. I haven't seen her since.

Roger: Honey, don't look for trouble, today of all days. I only came up here to do this and tell you how proud I am.

Simone: I'll be in the other room, Greens, if you need me.

Roger: You can't imagine how I feel today, walking you down the aisle and giving you away.

Greenlee: Oh, Daddy. Have you seen Leo?

Roger: Oh, he'll be there. Don't fret.

Greenlee: No, no, I'm not worried about him, you know, standing me up. I just -- I just want to see him.

Roger: Well, not before the appointed time. Don't court disaster.

Greenlee: Ugh, I am so tired of hearing that "not before the wedding date" crud.

[Knock on door]

Greenlee: Who is it?

Leo: Your anxious groom.

Greenlee: Oh, Leo. Leo.

Leo: Should I ask what you're doing here?

Roger: Just the father/daughter prenuptial chat.

Leo: Ah.

Greenlee: Daddy's fine. I -- I just can't help feeling like something's going to go wrong.

Leo: On our wedding day? Not a chance.

Marius: What to do with Chief Devane, tireless servant of the people. A vision.

Vanessa: Oh! You know, you must be crazier than I am if you think this dress is going to change anything.

Marius: Your hospital gown would attract attention.

Vanessa: Well, what makes you think I'll keep my mouth shut instead of screaming my bloody head off at that wedding?

Marius: Problem solved.

Vanessa: Oh, sure. No one's going to notice a woman with tape all over her mouth.

Marius: Well, at the proper moment, you can nod to show your willingness to cooperate. Or you can tell me now.

Vanessa: You go to hell.

Marius: You are your own and your son's worst enemy, Vanessa.

Vanessa: Just -- just a -- ooh!

Marius: Now for the piece de resistance.

Marius: There -- the perfect woman of mystery.

Leo: Greenlee? We're going to be great. All right, just forget about everything that's happened in the past, all right? Just -- you know, just look forward to the future.

Greenlee: I want to, but --

Leo: Hey, what are these? Are these those new earrings you were talking about?

Greenlee: You like them?

Leo: I think they're beautiful. Look at me. What could possibly go wrong?

Greenlee: Everything's gone wrong today so far. I should have made you sleep someplace else last night.

Leo: Well, what does that have to do with anything?

Greenlee: I'm not going to the wedding.

Leo: Okay, wait, you're not making any sense, Greenlee.

Greenlee: No, I can't risk what might happen.

Leo: What could go -- we're getting married. We're not going over the Niagara Falls in a wooden barrel, for God's sakes.

Greenlee: We might have a better chance with that!

[Leo laughs]

Leo: Would you stop!

Greenlee: Opal knows that tragedy is going to hit.

Leo: Oh. What did she see? Black clouds in the tealeaves?

Greenlee: No, no. She grabbed Anna’s necklace and then she dropped it like it burned into her hand or something.

Leo: Greenlee, Opal still won't step on the crack in the sidewalk. Never mind the fact that her mother has been dead for probably 20 years.

Greenlee: Look, I want to marry you more than anything in the world. I love you more than I dreamed I could ever love anyone, but I can't --

Leo: Greenlee, you stop that!

Greenlee: Not here, not today. It's too dangerous.

Leo: What, because of Vanessa?

Greenlee: No, because of what I feel in my gut.

Leo: Hey, hey, listen to me. Shake it. You're just a little jittery, all right? You're a little jittery because of the wedding. But I'm going to protect you, no matter what.

Greenlee: Yeah, but what if you can't?

Leo: We have security guards all over the place. They're checking I.D.s at the door. Nobody's going to be there that doesn't belong there, especially Vanessa.

Marius: For you. I wouldn't want to have to shoot you and your son.

Dr. Randolf: Chief Devane, are you in here? Mrs. Cortlandt? Mrs. Cortlandt? Chief Devane.

Greenlee: What's the difference if we get married now or next week?

Leo: How do I know you're going to want to do it then?

Greenlee: I will.

Leo: You know, I can't go through this a second time, Greenlee. You've been crazed trying to get every detail in this thing perfect.

Greenlee: Yeah, but now it's ruined.

Leo: Well, by whom? Opal?

Greenlee: Something terrible is going to happen.

Leo: Greenlee, listen, the only terrible thing that's going to happen is if you let your fear ruin this for us and our family and our friends.

Greenlee: I can almost see it.

Leo: Okay, you look at me. Look at me. What do you see when you look at me, honestly?

Greenlee: How much you love me.

Leo: That's right -- how much I love you. You're going to go downstairs with me right now and we're going to share our love and joy with everybody we care about. This is going to be the most uneventful wedding this town has ever seen, Greenlee, I swear to you. Only good things are going to happen to us from now on.

Marius: Will you tell me where the money is, or would you rather watch your son die for your sins?

>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "All My Children."

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

Mia: Who did that? Oh, my God. Liza?

Dr. Randolf: What happened?

Anna: I was drugged, I think.

Leo: Make me the happiest man on the planet. Marry me.

Marius: Last chance, Vanessa. Tell me where you have hidden the money.

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