All My Children Transcript Monday 8/12/02
Proofread by Kathy
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Man: Shut up and listen to me.
Leo: Trey! Hold on, Greenlee, Iím coming.
Brooke: So you're going all the way to Nevada to double-check my research?
Edmund: I have to see this Maureen Gorman for myself.
Aidan: Hey, stranger.
Maria: It's you. Thank God.
Aidan: I thought you might like me to pick up something cold on my way back.
Leo: Honey, what channel were you watching when the power went out?
Greenlee: Six. What are you doing?
Leo: Well, I'm trying to find the name of the movie you were watching because, I'm telling you, when I came back from the store, I heard a voice, and whoever it was sounded exactly like Trey Kenyon. There it is. Got it. It was called "son of the monster."
Greenlee: Mr. Straight-and-narrow did a horror flick?
Leo: No. It was made in 1953, starring Richard Fields and Evelyn Mulwray.
Greenlee: Maybe Trey was reincarnated.
Leo: No. No, no, Greenlee, I'm telling you, I heard a voice. I heard a voice and it was Trey Kenyon's. There's got to be an explanation for it.
Kendall: Damn it, we cannot be stuck in this building. We can't!
Aidan: Well, unless you call a security guard, the only person that can override --
Kendall: Who can override the security system is the Empress Kane.
Aidan: Unless you give me your telephone and I can call the security people.
Kendall: Oh, I'd love to. Unfortunately, it's in my purse in Ericaís office.
Aidan: You don't have your phone?
Kendall: I would if a certain Neanderthal hadn't dragged me up here.
Aidan: You're an idiot.
Aidan: Damn it! Ugh! I promised that I would -- oh, man!
Kendall: You promised to be back in a few minutes -- yeah, I heard. Well, I guess your girlfriend's going to have to wait.
Aidan: This is all your fault. You'd better pray that she doesn't go anywhere.
Kendall: Why, is she that hot?
Aidan: Shut your mouth!
[Knock on door]
Brooke: Hi. Come on in.
Tad: Nice to see you, too. Is something wrong, besides the humidity?
Brooke: No. Edmund's gone.
Brooke: Yeah, I knew it would happen, you know, as soon as that reporter's instinct kicked in.
Tad: Wait, wait, what, you knew what would happen?
Brooke: He had to see for himself. He had to know.
Tad: Brooke, look at me. Where's Edmund?
Brooke: He went to look for Maria.
Greenlee: You have got Trey Kenyon on the brain. What were you thinking about on the way back from the store?
Leo: Uh -- Trey.
Greenlee: Can you say, "obsessing"?
Leo: Green, I just want to know who the hell the guy is. I've practically been tripping over him. How could I not put this together?
Greenlee: You don't know for sure if he's after Vanessaís drug fortune.
Leo: Well, he's always hanging around her. He's always hanging around her, pumping her for information.
Greenlee: He's her lawyer.
Leo: What if there's something else, Greenlee? What if I'm missing something? Why are you fighting me on this?
Greenlee: Because I know you. And if he's been scamming you --
Leo: You know what, I'm not going to let this guy win.
Greenlee: That's what I'm scared of, Leo. Like you said, we don't even know who this guy is.
Leo: No, I think I just figured out how. I think -- come here.
Greenlee: Don't do that.
Greenlee: Treat me like I'm Ethel Mertz.
Leo: That's a good analogy. Just think landlady. Just think --
Greenlee: No, what are you thinking?
Leo: Yeah, Greenlee, come on, you've got the keys to his place.
Greenlee: No, no, no, forget it, Lucy. You're not breaking into Trey's apartment -- that's final.
Greenlee: You can lose that goofy grin because that's not going to work, either.
Leo: I'll be in and out in 10 minutes.
Greenlee: You'll be in for 10 to 20 if you're caught breaking and entering.
Leo: Yeah, but it's not breaking and entering if you have the key, right?
Greenlee: You donít.
Leo: Greenlee, please? Please? I really, really, really need to do this.
Greenlee: You know what, you're in enough trouble already.
Leo: Yeah, and I can get out of trouble if I find the money and return it to the Feds, right? How am I supposed to clear my name if I don't follow every lead?
Greenlee: You're not even sure if this is a real one.
Leo: Don't -- don't you want to get out of here, start over?
Greenlee: You know I do.
Leo: Do you remember how happy we were in Paris?
Greenlee: Don't start playing me like that.
Leo: Why, isn't it working?
Greenlee: Bring up the bathtub and the street musicians, I'm going to hurt you.
Leo: Greenlee, I just want us to be happy. We do happiness better than anybody on the planet, and we're so close. Come on.
Greenlee: What if Trey catches you?
Leo: He won't catch me.
Greenlee: Where have I heard that before?
Leo: He's not going to catch me because you're going to make sure that doesn't happen. We're teammates, remember?
Greenlee: And I'm not bailing on you, but remember, you know, I did just lose my father.
Leo: Look, I'm sorry.
Greenlee: No, listen to me, Leo --
Leo: I didn't even think about that.
Greenlee: Wolfe was gunning for you when he shot Daddy.
Leo: Yeah, I know.
Greenlee: People are willing to commit murder for that money and you're saying that Trey might be one of them.
Leo: Yeah. Exactly. I think that Trey's here to get Vanessaís stash.
Greenlee: And you still want to go after him? I just want to be sure.
Leo: He's just a few steps ahead of me right now, and if I can get something on him, you know, figure out his agenda --
Greenlee: You can beat him.
Leo: No, we -- we can beat him.
Greenlee: Trey? Hi, it's Greenlee.
Trey: Uh -- hi.
Greenlee: Is this a bad time?
Trey: What can I do for you, Greenlee?
Greenlee: Well, I'm sure that you heard about Simone.
Trey: Yeah, I guess she's not going to be my roommate anymore?
Greenlee: Yeah, I kicked her sorry butt out. But you're free to stay as long as you like.
Greenlee: I was wondering if maybe you'd want to come up here and sign the lease right now.
Greenlee: If you're not busy.
Trey: I'm not at home, Greenlee.
Trey: But I should be there in about an hour.
Greenlee: Oh, well, there's no rush. You know, we can do it another time, whatever. Bye. We're in.
Leo: Whoa, "we"?
Greenlee: The team thing, remember?
Leo: No, no, you just did your part.
Greenlee: No, you know what, you're not going down there alone.
Leo: Greenlee, I'm not going to let you get hurt.
Greenlee: What, get hurt?
Greenlee: Welcome to my world. Come on.
Trey: That was weird.
Woman: Excuse me?
Trey: Not you. Greenlee calls me in the middle of a blackout to ask me to come over to sign a lease.
Woman: That is bizarre.
Woman: Where you going?
Trey: I'm sorry, Rebecca, but there's something I got to take care of.
Rebecca: Oh, Trey. Can't it wait?
Trey: You don't play fair.
Rebecca: I thought you liked that about me.
Trey: I like everything about you.
Trey: But I really got to go. Look, I'll call you later, okay?
Tad: What's with the creepy lighting?
Brooke: What difference does it make? The power's going to come back on.
Tad: Yeah, and until then, you get to sit around driving yourself crazy. Where are your candles?
Tad: So wait a minute, how -- how did Edmund even find out that you've been looking for Maria?
Brooke: You know how the world is full of men who really don't want to communicate?
Brooke: You can just tell them whatever you want, whatever you want them to believe, and they will believe it.
Tad: Brooke --
Brooke: And they don't question you and they don't see right through you.
Tad: Well, sounds like he busted you.
Brooke: He met me at the airport when I came back from Nevada.
Brooke: He knew I was there. He knew it wasn't a story I was working on. He knew you were with me.
Tad: Oh, terrific.
Brooke: He said if I didn't tell him the truth that he was going to bail, and I -- I --
Tad: Yeah, I know. You couldn't let him believe that something had been happen-- that's all right. You know, I totally understand. And you did the right thing. So you told him everything, right?
Brooke: I didn't want to.
Tad: Still trying to protect him.
Brooke: Him or me.
Tad: What are you talking about? You didn't do anything wrong. It's okay. You know, we both knew there was a one-in-a-million shot this woman, Maureen Gorman, could be Maria, you know? She wasn't. You just had to make sure because your conscience --
Brooke: Because I can never quit while I'm ahead.
Tad: No. No. Because you're a stand-up woman and you just wanted to know the truth.
Brooke: Oh, God! Don't say that, okay?
Tad: Why? Why not? Why shouldn't I say it? Thank God it's over, okay? Maureen Gorman is not Maria.
Maria: It's you. In the hotel, you fainted.
Maria: You're following me. Why? Why are you following me?
Brooke: Don't you know who I am?
Brooke: He didn't believe me, that's what happened.
Brooke: He knows me. He knows when I'm --
Tad: When you're what? You did tell him everything, right?
Brooke: That's what I said.
Tad: And he knows Maureen Gorman isn't Maria?
Brooke: That's what I told him, yes.
Tad: Then I don't understand. And I'm sick and tired of being six steps behind the music. Now, is there something you haven't told me?
Kendall: Wow, that was intense.
Aidan: Just lay off, okay?
Kendall: No, no, this is really interesting. Who do you have in your room?
Aidan: Just leave it alone.
Kendall: Oh, come on, you dragged me up here. The least you could do is entertain me.
Aidan: I'm not telling you again, knock it off.
Kendall: And it's so cute the way you think I'm going to listen to you. Okay, let's see if I can figure out Aidan's mystery woman. Okay, you've said you wouldn't tell anyone about her, so maybe you were talking to Mrs. Hottie. Are you getting it on with a married woman?
Aidan: Yeah, you'd like that, wouldn't you, huh?
Kendall: Why would I care? Why would I care?
Aidan: Because that would bring me down to your level.
Kendall: I'm not married.
Aidan: You were engaged, right, when you did that strip for me?
Kendall: That was different.
Aidan: Yeah, always is with women like you. I've known your type before.
Kendall: You don't know anything about me.
Aidan: Oh, I've asked around.
Kendall: Well, whatever you've heard, they were lies. The only person who ever really knew me was Ryan.
Aidan: And what you're going after you'll never have. So no matter how many times you get slapped down, you don't learn.
Kendall: Will you stop now?
Aidan: And you probably think it's going to make you strong like Ms. Kane.
Kendall: Please just stop it.
Aidan: But it's making you pathetic.
Kendall: I'm sorry, okay? Is that what you want to hear?
Aidan: I don't want anything from you.
Kendall: Whoever you have hidden in your room, she's a perfect human being!
Aidan: This is not about her.
Kendall: I'm sorry I said you were hot for her, I'm sorry that I came on to you, I'm sorry we're stuck in this building. I'm sorry for everything that's ever happened in my whole stupid life, okay? Will you please stop beating up on me now?
Aidan: My God, she's bringing on the tears. You're just a walking, talking cliche.
Kendall: You see what you want to see.
Aidan: And all I see is a little helpless girl trying to act tough. But you'll never pull it off.
Kendall: What, are you running for the mayor of the I-hate-Kendall campaign?
Aidan: God, can you not just give up this victim -- this victim attitude? You may be weak --
Kendall: I am not weak.
Aidan: Well, you give as good as you get.
Kendall: Oh, God, you think you know everything, don't you?
Aidan: No, but where you're concerned, I know I do.
Kendall: You brought me up here tonight to dump me to my mother.
Aidan: Well, you were snooping around her office.
Kendall: Why'd you do it?
Aidan: It's my job.
Kendall: You're a handyman. You're not one of her guards.
Kendall: So it was personal. How come?
Aidan: Because I don't like being used.
Kendall: Oh, and now who's playing the victim?
Aidan: Well, you tried to get me into this mess.
Kendall: I didn't have to try very hard.
Aidan: What's that supposed to mean?
Kendall: You wanted me.
Aidan: Yeah. You're really confident, aren't you?
Kendall: You wanted me so bad.
Aidan: Yeah, you're crazy.
Kendall: Oh, when I was doing my little strip, all you had to do was leave.
Aidan: Oh, my God, can you not get it out of your head that not every man is panting for you?
Kendall: You were. You just can't admit it.
Aidan: I don't need this.
Kendall: Oh, that's right, that's right, that's why you're so mad at yourself!
Aidan: Stuff it, all right?
Kendall: You think I don't want to? You think I want to remember the worst moment of my life?
Aidan: I don't know. Why you just ask me if I care?
Kendall: It keeps playing over and over in my head, and you know what the funny thing is?
Aidan: I don't really want to hear it.
Kendall: There I was, peeling off my bra, ready to do whatever the hell you wanted me to --
Aidan: Okay, all right, okay, that's enough.
Kendall: And then Ryan came in. And at that very moment -- at that very moment, I lost everything. I lost my entire world, and you didn't even see it.
Aidan: Ryan was lucky to get out alive.
Kendall: You're right. He was lucky.
Kendall: If he'd just listened to me try to explain to him and tell him that, that I was doing it for him, for us so that we could just leave here and be happy -- no, donít. Don't touch me. Leave me alone.
Brooke: I told Edmund that I went back to Nevada to see this Maureen Gorman just to make sure that she wasn't Maria. And he seemed okay with that at first.
Tad: Well, you probably opened up some old wounds, you know, and now he's got to come to terms with them.
Brooke: He doesn't have to. I saw her, you saw her. We both agreed it wasn't Maria.
Tad: Doesn't matter. Sometimes a person needs a little more than just hearing about it. It makes sense. I mean, you remember our little trip to Zurich when you told me that Dixie --
Brooke: You believed me!
Tad: Yeah, of course I believed you, but it didn't matter. That's the whole point. You know, I still had to go to Switzerland. I knew Dixie was gone, I knew there was nothing I could do about it, but I had to be there.
Brooke: This is different.
Tad: No, it's not. It's exactly the same. And if Edmund has got to see Maureen Gorman and make sure she's not Maria, then you're just going to have to deal with it.
Brooke: He doesn't trust me.
Tad: Of course he trusts you, Honey. He's just trying to make it real for himself.
Brooke: He -- he told me, he promised me that he wouldn't investigate this, and then he changed his mind, so why is he doing this?
Tad: I don't know. Take it easy. When's he coming back?
Brooke: I don't know.
Tad: Didn't he tell you when he left?
Brooke: I haven't talked to him.
Tad: What, he just took off? Well, then how long ago did he leave?
Brooke: I'm not sure, all right? I left 10 messages for him and he -- he never got back to me.
Tad: Oh, wait a minute. You don't even know for a fact he went out to Nevada, do you? I mean, you're just assuming that he did.
Brooke: Because it's not like him, all right, to be out of touch.
Tad: Out of touch for what, a couple of hours? What the -- you mean to tell me we've been sitting here turning ourselves inside out because of a couple of stupid phone messages?
Brooke: Look, I couldn't get a hold of him and I didn't know what to think, so -- so I overreacted.
Tad: You are losing it. This -- this just isn't like you.
Brooke: I've been stressed out.
Tad: No. I mean it, sweetheart, I mean, you are -- if you don't pull it together somehow, and I mean real soon, you are going to lose it. And I mean everything, including Edmund.
Leo: So -- so Trey said that he's not going to -- Trey said that he's not going to be back here for, like, an hour? Is that right?
Greenlee: Yeah, right, right. Oh. Oh, this place freaks me out. I keep thinking about --
Greenlee: I can't help it. This is where Simone and my father -- oh, and then she'd come up to my loft and act like she didn't even --
Leo: Greenlee, just try to forget about that right now. We're here to get information on Kenyon, that's it.
Greenlee: Right. What are we looking for?
Leo: Anything that connects Kenyon to Vanessaís drug money.
Greenlee: That's a big help.
Leo: Are you going to be okay here? I'm going to go in the other room.
Greenlee: Just make it snappy. Go, go, go.
Greenlee: "To my darling Simone, who brought the poetry back into my life. With love, Roger." He wrote the same damn thing in my book. Mine was Emily Dickinson, too.
Trey: Greenlee. What are you doing here?
Trey: What are you doing here?
Greenlee: The power's out.
Trey: Yeah, I noticed.
Greenlee: And I was worried about you.
Trey: But you knew I wasn't here.
Greenlee: Well, that's -- I wanted to check on your loft. You can take the light out of my eyes. I'm your landlady. Remember? It's my responsibility.
Greenlee: Don't mention it.
Trey: I couldn't help see you throw a book across the room.
Greenlee: I hate Emily Dickinson, but I didn't throw it. You surprised me. It just flew.
Trey: Simone must've left it here.
Greenlee: You know, I so trusted that girl. I mean, I thought she was like a sister to me.
Trey: I know she feels really badly about it.
Greenlee: You know, I really don't want to talk about Simone.
Trey: Okay. Did you check the bedroom? Lightning could've blown out the fuse. Maybe I should go look.
Greenlee: No, I already looked back there and it's fine. Everything's fine.
Trey: Good. Well, you want to get back up to Leo probably, huh?
Greenlee: Oh, well -- I hate to be such a wuss.
Trey: Is there something wrong?
Greenlee: Leo. He's not home and I'm alone and it's dark and I'm scared. I almost lost it coming down here.
Trey: No one's going to hurt you, Greenlee.
Greenlee: I'm not so sure about that. Would you mind helping me go back upstairs, walking me back? Just to my door.
Greenlee: Ah. See? Please?
Trey: Sure. Sure, it'll be my pleasure.
Aidan: Okay, it's done.
Kendall: What did you do?
Aidan: The power's going to be out all night, so I thought you might like some privacy.
Kendall: You did that for me?
Aidan: Yeah, well, you said you wanted to be alone.
Aidan: There's still some ice left in there. You're welcome.
Aidan: Well, it's going to be a long night, so I'm going to try and make myself as cool as I can. You'll probably want to do the same. Suit yourself.
Aidan: Are you through with the ice?
Aidan: Thanks. I hate to see a woman cry.
Kendall: Should think you'd be used to it.
Aidan: Oh, yeah, when I said what I said, I was out of line and I want to say I'm sorry. Have you heard from him at all?
Kendall: Ryan? No.
Aidan: Must be hard not to have a second chance.
Kendall: Ryan always gave me second chances.
Aidan: I saw.
Kendall: No, you saw the one he couldn't come back from.
Aidan: Yeah. People have their breaking point.
Kendall: Ryan -- Ryan cut me more slack than anyone ever has. I don't blame him for leaving me.
Aidan: You probably want to get some sleep.
Kendall: I hurt him so much.
Aidan: Yeah, but that happens.
Kendall: No, he used to tell me I was his wake-up call. He said that he was sleepwalking until I -- I let him down.
Aidan: Kendall, don't you ever get tired of feeling sorry for yourself?
Kendall: No. I never do.
Brooke: Edmund and I are solid. We know what we want.
Tad: Well, then what's with the little Maria meltdown?
Brooke: I just got scared for a second.
Tad: Why? She's dead.
Brooke: Not to him. She's always going to be alive to him.
Tad: Well, of course. Listen, I mean, you can't change that. He loved maria. He probably still does. I thought you were okay with that.
Brooke: I was.
Tad: Well, what's changed?
Tad: Talk about timing.
Brooke: That was Edmund.
Brooke: He's waiting for me. He was planning a little pre-wedding sort of special thing.
Tad: Ah. I'm guessing it's not in Nevada.
Tad: Oh. Well, and if he has a lot of work in this little soiree, I assume he's waiting for you.
Brooke: Yeah, he's counting the minutes.
Tad: Hmm. All I can say is if he's got some kind of celebration planned, he'd better have his own generator.
Brooke: Oh, I think what he has in mind, candles will be fine.
Tad: Yeah. Or batteries.
Brooke: So you never said why you came over.
Tad: You never asked me. I'm going up to see Jamie tomorrow up at summer camp.
Tad: I was wondering if you wanted to, you know, say hi or take him a care package or something like that.
Brooke: You know, I was going to put a batch of cookies in the oven and then the power went off.
Tad: It's not the night you want to spend baking anyway.
Brooke: So tell him that I love him and I miss him and I've got that C.D. that he asked for which is waiting for him when he gets home.
Tad: Ah, bribery. Very intelligent.
Brooke: I think I should be going. Edmund's waiting for me. You know how good that makes me feel to say that?
Tad: I can guess.
Brooke: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to --
tad: No. It's all right. Do me a favor, though, okay -- enjoy it?
Brooke: I want to.
Tad: You earned it and you deserve it.
Aidan: I don't get it.
Kendall: Oh, I thought you asked around about me.
Aidan: I did, and you've had a good life.
Kendall: Define "good."
Aidan: Well, okay, your biological mother was raped and she gave you up for adoption.
Kendall: Yeah, to Alice and Bill Hart, the two nicest people in the history of the universe.
Aidan: Right, and there's something wrong with nice?
Kendall: I didn't belong with them. I was supposed to be Erica Kane's daughter.
Aidan: And I was supposed to be --
Kendall: What? What were you going to say?
Aidan: It's just things don't always work out the way you think they will.
Kendall: Yeah, tell me about it.
Aidan: You know, people -- you know, people lie and people mess with your head, sometimes just even people you can trust.
Kendall: People who should love you.
Aidan: You can't just, you know, curl up in bed and feel sorry for yourself for the rest of your life.
Kendall: Is this supposed to make me feel better?
Aidan: Well, you learn from your mistakes and you just -- and you get on with it.
Kendall: Oh, the stiff upper lip. God save the queen.
Aidan: Yeah. And you can't whine for the rest of your life, you know, whining about your inner child, either.
Kendall: Wait a minute, is this fun for you? Is this fun for you, making me feel bad because I'm hurting?
Aidan: Well, you caused your pain. What did you think your boyfriend was going to do when you were taking your clothes off in front of me?
Kendall: He wasn't supposed to see that.
Aidan: Yeah, right.
Kendall: What, you thought I wanted him to catch me?
Aidan: Doesn't Dr. Freud say that there's no accidents?
Kendall: Oh, well, then I guess that means you want to be here with me tonight instead of your girlfriend, the fragile flower.
Aidan: Hey, she's not my girlfriend, all right?
Aidan: You know, just for once, Kendall, it'd be great if you knew what you were talking about.
Kendall: Do you always have a habit of taking in strange girls who you don't know and helping them?
Aidan: Just let it go, Kendall, all right?
Kendall: Who is she? That's okay, I'll find out anyway. I know where you live. All I have to do is head on over to the Pine Cone --
Aidan: Hey, hey, you just stay the hell away. Just stay the hell away.
Greenlee: Thank you. I'm okay now.
Trey: You think Leo's home?
Greenlee: Probably not. I don't want to keep you.
Trey: Where'd he go?
Greenlee: Out. To buy candles.
Greenlee: More candles. I'm terrified of the dark.
Trey: Yeah, he's a good husband.
Greenlee: Oh, the best.
Trey: And a good son, too. Nessa seems to really adore him, doesn't she?
Greenlee: Uh, if that's the word you want to use for "eats her young."
Trey: I said Nessa, not Vanessa.
Greenlee: Right. It's hard to keep up sometimes. Would you like to take a candle with you?
Trey: I know I shouldn't get personally involved with my clients. It's just not professional. But there's just something really fascinating about her, you know?
Greenlee: That's one way of putting it.
Trey: So you don't really believe what all the doctors are saying, that Vanessaís a multiple personality not really responsible for the things she did?
Greenlee: I don't know what to believe.
Trey: Well, what about Leo? What does he think?
Greenlee: Oh, Leo doesn't really say much about his mother.
Trey: Tell Leo my thoughts are with him, will you?
Greenlee: Absolutely. Good night.
Trey: Good night, Greenlee.
Greenlee: Leo, where the hell are you?
Leo: Shh, be quiet.
Greenlee: What the hell are you doing? I nearly had a heart attack!
Leo: I didn't want you to scream in case he was standing outside the door.
Greenlee: How'd you get back in here?
Leo: I snuck out of his bedroom window and up the fire escape.
Greenlee: Did you find anything?
Leo: No, no, no, I didn't. I didn't really have time. The batteries started running out on my flashlight, so --
Greenlee: Leo, I think he knew that we were there.
Leo: No, no way.
Greenlee: Yeah, that's why he came back. He knows we're on to him.
Trey: Nothing's been touched. Agent Stamp's Proteus files. Hundreds of pages of documents, all scanned onto these little pieces of plastic. Got to love technology. I'm going to find that money, Leo. I didn't burn down Erica Kane's house so you could beat me to it. Vanessa owes me, and I am going to collect.
Leo: Even if Trey does think we're on to him, Greenlee, that's not a bad thing. He's more likely to slip, right?
Greenlee: Maybe he already has.
Leo: What's that?
Greenlee: It's an airline ticket. I took it from Trey's apartment. Can you think of any reason why Mr. Kenyon would've gone to Paris at exactly the same time we were there?
Kendall: Whoa, that was some testosterone flair. Relax; they're not going to throw you out of the Pine Cone for shacking up.
Aidan: I'm warning you, Kendall.
Kendall: Why, is she an ax murderer, an illegal alien?
Aidan: Just stay away.
Kendall: Oh. I get it. She's a rescue mission. That's your deep, dark secret, isn't it? You've got a hero thing. Who is she like? Who does she remind you of?
Kendall: The woman who lied to you and taught you all those valuable lessons? Man, she did a number on you.
Aidan: Just shut up!
Kendall: You may you never get over it. You tell yourself that you have, that you've forgotten her, but she just keeps coming back. Who's she like? Am I like her? Is that why we're here? Do I remind you of her? Do I remind you of the girl who broke your heart, Ryan?
Aidan: I'm Aidan. And, no, you're a long way from breaking my heart.
Kendall: But I could. I could very easily, and know why? You know why? Because you want me so bad, you can taste it.
[Knock on door]
Edmund: There you are. Feels like I've been waiting for you forever. Come on in.
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Edmund: There's something weird going on across the way. I think we should check it out.Anna: You're not going anywhere, at least not for an hour. I mean, I can't very well make a baby on my own.
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