All My Children Transcript Monday 7/15/02
Provided by Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Jake: It looks like Mom and I are going to be part of Jamie’s cheering squad.
Edmund: I thought Tad had that covered.
Jake: He had to go out of town.
Man: Name, please?
Maria: Maureen S. Gorman.
David: What are you doing? What's going on?
Leo: I can't go through with this. We're getting out of here.
Roger: What are you doing?
Leo: Running for our lives.
Woman: It's broken. I should know, I broke it. We got twin beds, queen-sized, king. Prices are on the sheet.
Tad: Well, actually, Nancy, I have a bit of a problem and I think you could help me out.
Nancy: That depends on what you got in mind, cowboy.
Tad: I'm looking for someone.
Nancy: Aren't we all?
Tad: That's cute. That's good. But the truth is I am. I mean, I'm -- it's not a line, I'm really looking for someone. Have you seen anyone that looks like this woman around? You have. You have seen her.
Adam: Liza, did you do this?
Liza: Yeah. Right after I took a blowtorch to the living room sofa.
Adam: I'm not trying to upset you. I found this when I got home this evening. It wasn't there when I left this morning.
Adam: Winifred and the staff were off today. You were alone here in the house.
Liza: What, because -- so, nobody was here, so automatically it's my fault?
Adam: All right, no, no, no. If you say you didn't do it, then obviously someone broke into the house.
Liza: What, there was a burglar? Was anything else vandalized?
Liza: So someone broke in here just to slash your shirt. It doesn't make sense.
Liza: I guess I could have done it.
Edmund: Simone --
Simone: Oh, thank God, Edmund.
Edmund: I was seeing Enzo upstairs. I heard about the shooting at the wedding.
Simone: Oh, God --
Edmund: Are you okay?
Simone: I'm fine. But Roger, Greenlee’s father -- he was hit, and they're talking -- I mean, it sounds bad.
Mary: Is Roger all right?
Jake: Well, they're taking him to surgery now.
Mary: What do they have to do?
Jake: The bullet is lodged in his spleen, therefore it has to be removed.
Mary: Oh, God. Oh, God.
Jake: And I want you to know that we have a fine team working on him, Mrs. Smythe, and I'll make sure that someone keeps you informed, okay? Thanks.
Jack: Thanks, Jake.
Mary: Thank you. Jack?
Mary: Please don't leave me.
Jack: I won’t.
David: No, Leo and Greenlee aren't here.
Anna: Okay, no one I spoke to remembers seeing them leave.
David: So, what are we going to do when we find Greenlee, anyway? What are we going to say -- "I'm sorry your wedding was canceled. And by the way, your father's been shot. He's in the hospital"?
Anna: "And Vanessa’s escaped."
David: I can't even deal with that right now. I just pray she's not up to something.
Anna: I don't think Vanessa’s in a frame of mind to lay low.
David: Great. So Greenlee will be next on her list of targets. What are you doing?
Anna: Finding your brother and his fiancee. I know you didn't want me to, but I kept a tail on Leo.
David: The cops are on this?
David: Well, thanks for telling me.
Anna: Hi. It's the chief. Yeah, where are they? Okay, great. Stay there. Thanks. The boathouse, Willow Lake.
David: Excellent. Let's find them before Vanessa does.
Leo: So, what do you think? I -- I know that there's not going to be anybody there to walk you down the aisle. But at least nobody's going to come down on us because we screwed up the color palette or we let those awful little shrimp things get cold. Okay. Huge mistake. You hate it.
Greenlee: Don't touch that.
Leo: Look, Greenlee, if you don't want to do this, you don't have to.
Greenlee: Leo, this is the wedding I've always wanted. I just didn't know it. Nothing on this planet would make me call it off.
Liza: May I see it?
Adam: Liza, it's just a shirt.
Liza: That I ripped to shreds.
Adam: Maybe you were angry with me. You know, you did accuse me and Mia --
Liza: No, I -- I did think that you were doing something, but you -- you told me there wasn't anything going on. I believed you.
Adam: Yeah, well, you wanted to but you couldn’t.
Liza: No, Adam, I'm not angry with you.
Adam: That you're aware of.
Liza: No, I was -- I was insecure and I was jealous. But you convinced me not to be.
Adam: Maybe something else is bothering you, Liza.
Liza: Bothering me?
Liza: This much?
Adam: Maybe something that you feel guilty about, something -- have you told me the truth about everything?
Liza: Nothing happened today, nothing at all. Nothing happened. What's happening to me?
Adam: I don't know.
Liza: But you believe that there's something --
Adam: Liza --
Liza: You think there's something?
Adam: Liza, I'm sorry. I would never have even shown you the shirt, but --
Liza: But what?
Adam: I can't help worrying about Colby.
Liza: No, no. No, I would never hurt Colby.
Adam: I want to think that --
Liza: No, Adam, she's my life.
Adam: You lost her in the park.
Liza: No, I -- that was different. That was totally different. I was sick.
Adam: Yes, you were.
Liza: No, I was sick, Adam. I didn't know what was going on. I didn't -- I couldn't -- I couldn't help myself.
Adam: Liza --
Liza: I guess I could and I wouldn't even mean to, but I could be a danger to my daughter.
Greenlee: You're right. These really aren't appropriate anymore. Thank you.
Greenlee: Okay, I guess that's it.
Leo: Okay, uh -- oh, Judge Michaels. This is our Justice of the Peace.
Judge: It's Duncan, if that's you. I'm not into the formal stuff.
Leo: Okay, you ready?
Leo: All right.
Greenlee: Go, Duncan.
Duncan: First, to both of you, way to go. You've made this your day. I see a lot of couples who let the planners and the caterers take over, and I always want to ask them, "Where are you in all this?" To me, it's about two people and their love and making a commitment, you know?
Leo and Greenlee: Yeah.
Greenlee: Yeah, we know.
Duncan: Okay. If you want to hold hands, that's fine with me. And let's get started.
David: Wait a minute. What are they doing?
Anna: I don't know. At least we got here before Vanessa did.
Duncan: We are here tonight to celebrate the love and the bond –
Anna: I would rather stick needles in my eyes than go in there and tell that girl about her father right now. Okay.
David: Then don't do it.
Edmund: We should cover this story for "Tempo."
Simone: Right, but I don't think that I could --
Edmund: Honey, I wouldn't ask you to, okay?
Edmund: Oh, man, I --
Simone: What's wrong?
Edmund: I keep forgetting I can't use this in here. Did -- did Brooke talk to you? She said she wanted to do another undercover story with you.
Simone: Really? Well, I haven't heard a word about it.
Edmund: Hmm. It's no big deal. I thought she might have just said something to you.
Simone: Is Brooke okay?
Edmund: Oh, yeah, she's fine. She's just out of town for a couple of days. It can wait.
Edmund: Simone, you okay?
Simone: I was just hoping that when Brooke gets back she'll still want to do that story.
Tad: Look -- look, I know how it is sometimes. I'm sure you get customers in here all the time that you have to protect, right?
Nancy: I don't know what you're talking about.
Tad: Wait, I'm not saying it's not for a very good reason. I mean, it might be an abused woman that's running from her ex, right? Or somebody that borrowed money from, like, the wrong people. It doesn't matter. The only thing standing between that person and whatever is scaring her to death is you, right?
Nancy: Well, you do what you can.
Tad: Exactly. I'm in the same position. I'm just trying to do a favor for a friend.
Nancy: That's what they all say.
Tad: I'm begging, okay? I'm begging you. Just look at the picture. Is this woman Maureen Gorman? Because if she is, she looks exactly like a woman that my friend and I used to know. And we're just trying to straighten that out, that's all.
Nancy: Like I said --
Tad: Look; if it's about money, I'll pay.
Nancy: Look, handsome, I'd love to help you out, but the lady hasn't been here.
Tad: Well, thanks for your time.
Nancy: Good luck.
Nancy: Hello, Ms. Gorman? Front desk. Um -- you were right to be worried.
Liza: I mean, if I did something --
Adam: Mia, could you come in here?
Liza: Like this, you can't leave me alone with Colby. You shouldn't trust me.
Adam: I told her about the shirt. See if you can talk her down. I can’t.
Liza: I mean, there must be a reason --
Mia: Liza --
Liza: Because even crazy people have reasons. Do you think that I could do something like this?
Mia: Look, why don't we try some of our breathing exercises --
Liza: No, no! I'm asking you a question. Do you think that I could do something this vicious and not even remember it?
Mia: If you did, it's not your fault.
Liza: That's not what I'm asking you.
Mia: No one will blame you.
Liza: Mia, would you please answer the question?
Mia: Adam showed me the shirt earlier, and I think you did it.
Liza: Well, then we know what I have to do.
Adam: Liza, why don't you go upstairs and rest right now.
Mia: We'll talk about it tomorrow.
Adam: Yeah, we'll --
Liza: No, no.
Adam: We can let Colby stay with Marian and Stuart while we figure this out.
Liza: No, you're telling me that I'm losing my mind, and you want me to take a nap?
Adam: Well, you're in condition right now to --
Liza: No, I'm not going to stay here tonight, Adam.
Mia: What are you talking about?
Liza: I have to know what's going on with me.
Adam: There's time for that.
Liza: No, there's not. I can't stay in this house with Colby unless I know that I'm stable.
Mia: Listen --
Liza: I have to check myself into the hospital.
Mia: No, you don't have to.
Liza: Yes, I have to! Don't you understand that I have to?
Adam: All right, all right, Liza. Whatever you want. I'll give you whatever help you need.
Mary: Is the surgery over?
Jake: They're closing now.
Zeke: Simone --
Simone: Oh, Daddy.
Zeke: I just heard what happened at the wedding. Thank God you're all right.
Simone: Yeah, I'm fine.
Zeke: Now, listen, you should be lying down. This had to be traumatic --
Simone: No, really, I'm fine. I'm so glad that you're home. How was Boston?
Zeke: Well, I'm afraid it's the same. What happened to your knee?
Simone: Oh, I just fell and I cut it.
Zeke: Has anyone looked at it yet?
Simone: It's not serious, Daddy.
Zeke: No, it should be x-rayed just in case.
Simone: Come on, Daddy --
Zeke: No, come on. Come with me. Come on, come on.
Simone: Wait, I just want to wait and see if Mr. Smythe's okay.
Mary: You don't have the right to ask anybody if anybody is okay, nor do you have the right to be here.
Zeke: Excuse me, who are you?
Simone: Dad, just leave her alone.
Mary: I'm Mary Smythe. I'm Roger's ex-wife.
Zeke: If my daughter is considerate enough to be concerned about her friend's father, I don't see why you'd object.
Mary: Her friend's father? You mean her lover.
Mary: Shocking, isn't it? Our little maid of honor here is sleeping with the bride's father.
Duncan: In the good book, it says that matrimony is not to be entered into lightly or unadvisedly but reverently and discreetly. I love that part. And –
Anna: David --
David: They're finally having their wedding. Let's not ruin this.
Anna: But Greenlee’s father could be dying --
David: I called the hospital. He's still in surgery. She can't even see him right now.
Anna: I know, but she should know.
David: If that was me in there marrying you and somebody tried to stop it, I would strangle them. Look, they've waited so long for this.
Anna: You are such a slick talker, Dr. Hayward. Okay. Hi. It's the chief. Okay, listen up. I don't want anyone coming near the boathouse until I say so. And I want you to keep your eye out for Vanessa Cortlandt. She's wearing a long, black dress and some kind of a veil on her face. Okay, just do it. Thanks.
Duncan: I understand that you have written vows. Greenlee?
Greenlee: Well, you know about my wedding thing. It was going to be every Christmas and every birthday I never had. Along with instant parents -- you know, I had Mommy crying in the first pew and Daddy giving me away.
Leo: That's what I wanted for you, too, Greenlee.
Greenlee: But last night, Anna told me all that really matters in the wedding is the moment that you're standing next to the man you love. She was right. This isn't about parents or even my dreams because I never pictured the groom. And you're what matters. When I fell in love with you, I fell in love with life. You make me laugh till I cry, and then when I'm crying, somehow you can make me laugh. You keep me on my toes and you make my life an adventure. So I'm looking forward to a lifetime of laughter and tears and the unexpected. And the love. And the man. I want a lifetime with you, Leo du Pres.
Duncan: That was so honest. Leo?
Leo: Well, I -- I --
Leo: Hold on. Uh -- what are you guys doing here?
Anna: Hi. We --
Leo: Don't -- don't say anything if it's going to mess this up.
Anna: No. We were worried, you know, when you ran off like that.
David: Right, and then we followed you and we realized what you were doing --
Anna: We didn't want to interrupt or anything, so --
David: But now that you've found us, how would like a couple of witnesses?
Greenlee: Yeah. Yeah, we'd like that.
Anna and David: Okay.
Greenlee: Duncan, this is Leo's brother and his wife.
Duncan: Welcome. Just stand next to the bride and the groom. Now, where were we?
Leo: Oh, it was my turn.
Greenlee: What's that?
Leo: Well, I -- I wrote down some stuff because I didn't want your family to get mad at me.
Greenlee: My family's not here and there's no way I could get mad at you tonight.
Leo: Greenlee --
Greenlee: No, Leo. No speech. Just you -- 100% Leo du Pres.
David: Careful what you wish for.
Leo: Okay. Here goes. Greenlee, you can be a royal pain in the neck.
Greenlee: Okay, rethinking that "you could never make me mad" thing.
Leo: No, well, it's not like I'm some prize, either. No matter what you just said. We've been waiting for this for a long time. And there were days when -- when I wanted a helmet or some way to deflect the incoming.
David: You might want to get to the good part.
Leo: You drove me crazy. But that only made me love you that much more. When we weren't together, I would go to bed at night missing that pain in the neck that only you can give me. And you know my family. I don't have to warn you about that. I guess this guy over here isn't so bad.
Leo: You're my real family. I'm looking at you right now and I just remember -- I remember what it was like when I first came to this town and what my intentions were --
Greenlee: Oh, no, Leo, we don't have to go through that again --
Leo: Yes, we do have to go through this, Greenlee, because you have to know you got to me. You got through to me. Because there was something so real about you. Uncensored. You changed me, Greenlee. Maybe you don't even know that, but --
Greenlee: I know.
Leo: You did what no other woman on the planet could do -- and believe me, a lot of them tried. You saved me. And if it weren't for you, I don't know where I'd be right now. I'd probably be in some cave trying to make fire.
Greenlee: Oh, you always could make a fire, Leo.
Leo: But I wouldn't care because I wouldn't be with you. I owe you my life. So that's my vow. I want to make your life as good as you've made mine. I love you, Greenlee Smythe. And my life is yours -- forever.
Simone: Daddy --
Zeke: I can't believe I have to ask this question. Is that woman right?
Simone: Daddy, I'm an adult. You --
Zeke: All I want is the truth. Are you having an affair with Greenlee’s father?
Simone: I was. But I can explain --
Zeke: No. No, you can’t.
Simone: I stopped it. I did. And then he -- no, don't go, Daddy, please --
Zeke: I am sorry, Simone. I have patients to see.
Simone: Daddy, please --
Mary: Maybe now that little tramp will leave.
Jack: Well, you certainly made it awkward for her to stay, that's for damn sure.
Mary: Don't look at me that way. I didn't do anything wrong.
Jack: Oh, no, of course not, not you. You just reminded me of something, though.
Jack: Why I walked away from you and never, ever looked back.
Nancy: Come on in, honey, it's safe.
Maria: Thanks. Thanks for not giving me away.
Nancy: Hey, as far as I'm concerned, you want your privacy, you got it.
Maria: The guy that was looking for me -- what was he like?
Nancy: Cute. Brown hair, blue eyes. He was funny and smart. Kind of a smooth talker.
Maria: What did he say?
Nancy: Just that he was looking for you or someone who looks like you. But I'm not sure he was telling me everything.
Maria: What do you mean?
Nancy: I just got the feeling he was holding something back.
Maria: But you don't -- you don't know what he was after?
Nancy: Only what he said. He didn't seem like a bad guy.
Maria: Well, if he comes back looking for me -- if anybody comes looking for me, please don't let them know I'm here. Nobody can know that I'm here.
Nancy: Hey, while I'm on duty it'll never happen, okay?
Maria: So, what if you're not?
Nancy: I'll tell everyone else who works the desk shift. Don't worryl you'll be fine.
Maria: You're right. I'll be fine.
Nancy: And that guy -- he won't come back. He totally bought I'd never seen you before.
Maria: Okay, thank you. I really, really appreciate this.
Nancy: Sure. Hey, I got to ask. Are you in some kind of trouble?
Zeke: It'll be just a few more minutes until admissions finishes your paperwork. I'll come back and we'll get started.
Liza: Thank you, Zeke, for seeing me on such short notice.
Zeke: Well, I know you want to get this resolved as soon as possible. I'd feel the same way, hmm?
Adam: Dr. McMillan, is Liza going to be all right?
Zeke: Mr. Chandler, I haven't even done an exam. I --
Adam: Oh, I'm sorry, that's stupid of me.
Zeke: Listen, you're worried about your wife. It's natural.
Adam: And I'm worried about Colby, too -- our daughter. I don't know what it would do to her if -- she's always been such a happy child. Nothing's ever gone wrong in her -- in her life. I'm rambling, aren't I?
Zeke: Listen; I know what it means to be worried about your daughter.
Adam: I just don't want anything to happen to her. Or to Liza. I thought she was all right. Dr. Greenberg gave her a clean bill of health.
Zeke: Yes. And I won't lie to you. Due to the fact that he found nothing physically wrong with her, these new developments are disturbing.
Adam: I see.
Zeke: Listen; let me check on Liza's paperwork. Excuse me.
Zeke: I'll tell you more later.
Leo: All right, so what else do we got to do to make this legal?
Duncan: Oh, it's my turn. By the power vested in me by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, I pronounce you husband and wife. You may --
Leo: Yeah, I'm already a step ahead of you, Duncan.
Leo: Okay, well, let's party.
Greenlee: You brought champagne?
Leo: Yeah. Well --
Leo: I ditched the shrimp puffs, Greenlee. There's no way I'm marrying you without champagne. It's right there.
David: That's good thinking, Leo.
David: Here, let me. I'll take care of it.
Leo: You'll drink, right?
Duncan: I will this evening.
Leo: Okay, good. Thank you. There's alcohol in there, just so you know.
Greenlee: I can't believe it, champagne.
Anna: How do you feel?
David: It's coming, it's coming.
Greenlee: Excited. Come on, come on, David.
David: All right, there we go.
Duncan: Thank you, thank you. That's it.
David: Okay. The bride, the lovely bride.
Greenlee: Thank you.
David: And here's the not-so-lovely groom --
Leo: Hey, easy.
David: And my lovely wife.
Leo: I guess the first toast is mine.
Leo: Oh, the hell with it. I'm all speeched out. To Greenlee.
All: To Greenlee.
Duncan: Oh. And now one from the bride.
Greenlee: Hang on a minute. What is it, Anna? Something's wrong?
Leo: Well, I know that we've got a big bill back at the Valley Inn, but --
Anna: It was such a beautiful wedding. I didn't want to stop it.
Leo: What? What is it?
Anna: Greenlee, we have some bad news.
Mary: Jack? Jack, wait. I know I shouldn't have done that. I'm just not myself. I'm very upset.
Jack: Of course you're upset. Your ex-husband is --
Mary: Yeah. I mean, Roger and I are long over, but we did do our time in the trenches. And even though we may not be good parents -- or even adequate ones -- we do share Greenlee.
Jack: And that's a bond. I understand that.
Mary: And when I saw him lying there on the floor all covered in blood -- it's just he's been in and out of my life for so many years.
Jack: It's the ones that come in and out of your life that are really the tough ones, aren't they?
Mary: I know why I went after that girl. I always had to fight off the young girls. And maybe I'm just looking for somebody to blame. God forbid I should blame myself.
Jack: Yourself? Why would you blame yourself for Roger being shot?
Mary: Not that. For the marriage. It was the first failure of my life.
Jack: Well, eventually there has to be one.
Mary: I mean, we spent so many years fighting. And for nothing. He was just -- he was wrong for me. And I kept trying to make it right. And you know what? Just standing here talking to you, I feel more cared for than I did the whole time I was married to Roger.
Simone: Could someone please look at my leg? God, I hate this place.
Edmund: Hey, Simone. Simone, I know you're feeling embarrassed, okay?
Simone: No, Edmund, will you please just skip the lecture? I --
Edmund: Okay, okay, just give the family a little breathing room, okay?
Simone: You know, just save your morality speech for your no-show fiancee. Trust me, she could use it a lot more than me.
Tad: That guy wasn't there before.
Brooke: That wasn't the guy who turned you down before?
Tad: No. But I'd be willing to bet he's not going to give up Maureen Gorman, either. Apparently, confidentiality is a real draw around this place. You know what I mean?
Brooke: Listen, are you sure that the guy that you talked to before was lying about Maureen Gorman?
Tad: Enough to be a part of this foolishness, yes.
Brooke: You mean Maureen Gorman could be here right now?
Tad: Just remember, all we're going to do is find Ms. Gorman, prove she's not Maria, and then go back to Pine Valley, right?
Brooke: When we asked them at the hospital where Maureen Gorman worked --
Tad: People get confused when you ask them to identify somebody. It happens all the time --
Brooke: Tad, they said that Maureen Gorman looked enough like Maria to be her sister.
Tad: That doesn't mean anything --
Brooke: And if she is not Maria herself, then who is she?
Man: Can I help you? Or are you going to stand there whispering all night?
Adam: I have to tell Colby that her mother's back in the hospital. I don't know what to say anymore.
Mia: We'll do it together.
Adam: Liza's loaded up her social calendar. She wants everyone in town to know that she's healthy again.
Mia: Yeah. Well, listen, I'll get on the phone tomorrow and I'll just start canceling --
Adam: Yeah, tomorrow night we have a dinner for arts in education.
Mia: Well, if I can't get you out of it, I'll go in your place. Just --
Adam: You're amazing.
Mia: Liza goes to hundreds of these boring things every week. It's not a big deal if I fill in for her once.
Adam: I can't think of anybody who could fill in better than you.
Mia: I think we should get you some coffee. It's going to be a very long night.
Greenlee: Hi. Where's Roger Smythe? Is he all right?
Greenlee: Oh, Mommy.
David: Leo, Roger's not the only problem we have. There's something else you need to know.
Vanessa: Oh. Oh, oh. Oh, God. Oh, oh. Where's Leo? Please?
Duncan: He -- he went to the hospital.
Vanessa: What? Oh, dear God. No! Not my Leo! Oh! I have to go to him. This is so important. Oh, Leo --
Duncan: Wait! Wait, he's -- he's --
Vanessa: Please, Leo.
Leo: Vanessa escaped from Oak Haven?
Anna: A few hours ago, yeah. I saw her at the wedding, Leo. I think that Wolfe brought her there.
Leo: Greenlee is going to totally lose it. First she finds out her father got shot, and now I got to tell her that Vanessa’s running around out there somewhere?
David: And planning who knows what. Leo, we don't have a clue as to what her next move is going to be.
Jack: We have some unfinished business.
Anna: Yes, I know about the man I shot at the wedding. You'll have a full report on your desk in the morning.
Jack: Well, you could do that, or you could do what I think would be best, which would be to turn in your gun and your badge right now.
Greenlee: Jake -- Jake, how's my father? He's all right, right? He's going to be fine?
Edmund: Simone! Simone, wait!
Simone: Just leave me alone, Edmund.
Edmund: Wait, wait, you can't just drop a bomb like that. What did you mean?
Simone: Nothing. Nothing.
Edmund: Simone, Simone, why does Brooke need a lecture on morals? What are you getting at?
Simone: Oh, you know, I --
Edmund: We're not going anywhere till you tell me.
Simone: Look, I -- that night that you and Brooke were at the bar and you found Tad and me --
Edmund: I remember.
Simone: Well, you left and Brooke stayed with Tad.
Edmund: Yeah, Tad was drinking, and she wanted to make sure that he was okay.
Simone: Well, I went back after to get my jacket, and I saw Brooke and Tad kissing. I'm sorry, Edmund, but that's what I saw.
Man: We got a no loitering policy. So unless you can tell me exactly what you're doing in my --
Brooke: We'd like a room.
Tad: We what?
Brooke: You'll have to forgive my little stud muffin here. He's just a little shy.
Tad: "Stud muffin"? What the --
Brooke: Yes. You don't want to keep me waiting, now, do you?
Tad: I don't know, Jolene. I just keep thinking about Grace and the kids.
Brooke: The kids?
Tad: Yeah, all eight of them. Especially little Earl --
Man: Pal, do you want the room or not?
Brooke: Oh, he does. He really does. Eight kids?
Tad: If I can be a stud muffin, I can have eight kids.
Man: Look; we accept all major credit cards.
Brooke: Great. What about privacy? My stud -- my lover boy here is just -- he's a little nervous. He's always looking around for that witch of a wife of his.
Man: Don't worry. We give new meaning to the term "no-tell motel." So, will that be Mr. and Mrs. Jones?
Tad: Smith. You do keep a record of everybody that stays here? I mean, I wouldn't want that to come back and bite me in the you know what.
Man: Don't worry, the little lady will never find out. It's all safe right here in this baby.
Brooke: That's great.
Tad: Now what?
Brooke: Would you happen to have any of those -- you know, videos? My lover boy here is a little shy and it sort of gets him in the mood.
Man: Well, mood costs extra.
Brooke: Well, you know, money is no object.
Man: Be right back.
Brooke: Stop staring at me.
Tad: Mother of my children. Want me to ask for some Viagra?
Brooke: Listen, I just want to get this done and get home to Edmund.
Tad: Hurry. What is it?
Brooke: Maureen Gorman. We found her.
>> Stay tuned for scenes from the next "All My Children."
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Leo: You got Vanessa yet?
Anna: Not yet.
Roger: Come back, Simone.
Roger: Greenlee never has to know about us.
Edmund: Brooke is not with Tad.
Simone: I'm telling you the truth.
Maria: I need to check out now. Please, hurry.
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