AMC Transcript Monday 10/21/02

 

All My Children Transcript Monday 10/21/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Alicia

>>Previously on "All My Children" --

Aidan: You have to get your memory back, and I'm going to help you do it.

Trey: Come on, Greenlee, take my hand!

Greenlee: Not until you've found Leo!

Trey: There's nothing I can do for him! He's gone!

Greenlee: No! No! No, he isn't!

David: Leo is gone. He's dead.

Maria: So Dr. McMillan is unreachable?

Doctor: Well, you can wait for him, if you like, but I'm his associate. I'm familiar with your case, Ms. Gorman. I'd be happy to help.

Maria: Well, I just had this flash of memory, and I'm not even really sure it was a memory. It's hard to know.

Doctor: Oh, can you describe it?

Maria: Yeah, it was -- well, like I said, it was a flash, like a dream, so I'm not even sure if I'm imagining it or if I'm actually remembering something.

Doctor: No, it sounds to me like you're starting to have real, if brief, memories.

Maria: Well, I would like to remember more.

Doctor: Well, give it time. You're making progress.

Maria: You see, look, I've already lost five years of my life. I really -- I've got to do something right now. And I don't know how you feel about hypnosis.

Doctor: Um -- I want to caution you, Maureen. Your memories may be buried because, well, your mind is protecting you from something too painful to remember.

Maria: What's so painful about my life, my husband and kids?

Doctor: It's the trauma that caused the memory loss that I'm worried about.

Maria: The plane crash.

Doctor: What you went through is too horrific to imagine. Are you sure you're ready to relive that ordeal?

Anchorwoman: The search for escaped mental patient and alleged drug lord Vanessa Cortlandt turned tragic when Cortlandt held her own son and daughter-in-law at gunpoint at Miller's Falls. During the struggle, both Cortlandt and her son Leo du Pres fell into the falls and are presumed to have died in the deadly waters below.

Kendall: Yes, he lives here. Yes, he did save Greenlee Smythe's life. I don't know. He's kind of busy. Let me check. Trey, it's "the Pine Valley Bulletin." They want a quote from pine valley's newest hero.

Anchorwoman: Ben Sheppard is Vanessa Cortlandt's son and Leo Du Pres' --

[Trey turns off TV]

Trey: No comment.

Kendall: He'll have to get back to you. He's very busy. He's -- he's fielding off offers from all the other major networks. Thanks. You should hold out for the cameras. You could get big bucks for an exclusive. Do you want to talk? I can be a good listener.

Trey: What's to talk about?

Kendall: Well, you just lost your mother and your brother in the most horrible way. I'm sure you must be grieving.

Trey: For who? My mother? I don't care about her. I'm glad she's dead.

Kendall: Because she killed Leo.

Trey: He was my brother for, like, five minutes. I barely even knew the guy.

Kendall: But you two were already starting to bond. I know you -- I know you miss him.

Trey: How can I miss something that I never even had? And stop trying to turn me into some sniveling basket case on some trashy talk show, Kendall! I'm fine!

[knock on door]

Kendall: Hey, maybe that's the guy from WRCW wanting to scoop your side of the story.

Trey: I don't want to talk to the media, all right?

Kendall: "Excuse me, Mr. Kenyon, how does it feel to be a hero in this town?"

Jack: Temporary. That's how it's going to feel. Don't get too used to the limelight, son. Your glory days are numbered.

Mary: Daddy? Thank God you're here.

Woodruff: Is Greenlee here?

Mary: Yes, she's inside.

Woodruff: Is she all right?

Jake: Well, she seems stable, but we're running more tests.

Mary: But it's really awful because it's as if she snapped and she can't accept what's going on.

Woodruff: Could she have been injured on that ledge, hit her head?

Jake: Well, all of her stats are normal, but, obviously, she's been through a traumatic event, so she's in shock. We're going to have to run some more tests to get a clearer picture. But in the meantime, I don't want you to worry.

Anna: Have you seen David?

Jake: He just stepped out for a phone call.

Anna: Ok. Oh, David. There's been some news --

David: I know. I've just been notified.

Anna: Do you want me to tell her?

David: No. Greenlee is my family. I'll take care of it.

Aidan: Hey. I just heard about your brother-in-law.

Anna: Yes. I know. It's horrible.

Aidan: I'm sorry.

Anna: He was so young. I mean, no one should have to go through this.

Aidan: Not even you. Come on. I need to speak to you for a minute. Come on.

Greenlee: I don't care how much a private search and rescue costs. I'll pay anything. Do you know who you're dealing with? I'm Greenlee Du Pres, Woodruff Greenlee's granddaughter. So if you don't get a helicopter up in the air right now, I'm going to buy it out from under you and fly it myself!

David: Greenlee --

Greenlee: Did you find him? Did you find Leo?

Anna: What are we doing here?

Aidan: Come on, just sit down.

Anna: I have an investigation to run.

Aidan: I know you do. Come on, don't argue with me. Come on, sit down.

Anna: Ok. What is it, Aidan?

Aidan: Well, just tell me, when was the last time you ate something or got some rest?

Anna: Well, I've been busy, you know. My brother-in-law was just murdered. And I'm very worried about Greenlee. It seems like she's losing it.

Aidan: And I suppose you're worried about David, right?

Anna: Yes, of course Iím worried about him. This is his brother. Leo used to bring out the best in him. And David, for all his faults, he doesn't deserve what he's going through right now.

Aidan: And you're going through it, too.

Anna: No, I'm not. I'm just conducting this recovery operation.

Aidan: Yeah, but what you need to be doing, Anna, is slowing down. You're pregnant, for heaven's sake. And the father of your baby has been lying to you ever since you met the guy, all right? And you just -- you've just gone through this big divorce.

Anna: I'm aware of that. What does this have to do with anything?

Aidan: Well, you're so busy taking care of everybody else; you're not taking care of yourself. And no one else is either. And your ex-husband, who you're so concerned about -- he couldn't care less about your needs. And he barely even looked at you out there just now.

Anna: Well, he isn't looking after me because I won't let him.

Aidan: Well, where does that leave you? Alone?

Anna: I can take care of myself.

Aidan: I know you can take care of yourself, but you shouldn't have to. And really, I'm saying if you don't slow down, I'm going to have to move in to that fancy hotel where you stay and police you.

Anna: Well, you and whose army?

[Phone rings]

Anna: Yes? What is it? Oh. No, I'll handle it. I have to go.

Aidan: Hey, I mean what I said. If you don't slow down, I'm going to move into the Valley Inn and look out for you.

Anna: Why don't you just look out for that friend of yours, Maureen Gorman?

Maria: So, are you saying that remembering might do more harm than good?

Doctor: No. We don't know what recovering your memory will mean, but it just might be too much to deal with right now.

Maria: I've got to try. I have to because this is not just about me. It's about Edmund and Sam and Maddie and -- I feel like every day they're desperately willing me to remember something, and when I don't, Iím just -- Iím breaking their hearts.

Doctor: I understand your frustration, but pushing your recovery could do more harm than good. So for now, I'm going to recommend you just stick to the current course of therapy. Just familiarize yourself with people and places that are significant to you --

Maria: I've done all that. I've done it all, and nothing. I'm getting nothing.

Doctor: Well, recovering your life is a long process. There's going to be obstacles.

Maria: And I may not ever remember.

Doctor: No. You had that flash of memory. There's every reason to believe there will be more.

Maria: Ok, but what if I don't?

Doctor: I'll talk to Dr. McMillan. I'll see that he thinks about hypnosis.

Maria: Thank you.

Doctor: In the meantime, try and be patient. The people who care about you will wait.

Edmund: She's right, you know.

Maria: How long were you standing there?

Edmund: Um -- I didn't mean to eavesdrop. Is it true? Did you remember something?

Maria: Yeah, but it wasn't about you. I'm sorry.

Edmund: It's ok.

Maria: The doctor wants me to take it slow. But I guess you heard that part.

Edmund: Yeah, I did. But you want to move faster.

Maria: Yeah, I want to remember my life.

Edmund: I think I know a way I can help you.

Maria: What? Please, anything. I'll do anything.

Edmund: Go out with me. Tonight.

Kendall: What planet are you from? Trey's glory days are just getting started. If it weren't for my brother here, Greenlee Smythe would be fish food alongside Leo and his psycho mom. It's on TV. Everyone around is calling him a hero.

Jack: I wonder what they're going to call him when they find out he stole a dead man's identity and burned Erica Kaneís house to the ground.

Kendall: He saved a woman's life. That has to buy him some slack. He almost died.

Jack: Yeah, so I hear. Tell me something, Trey, when you were standing on that ledge, knowing that you could slip and fall to your death at any moment, did you regret not taking that flight to San Francisco?

Kendall: What?

Jack: You mean, your brother didn't tell you? Last night at around 10:00 p.m., He booked himself a one-way ticket to San Francisco, even though he was told in no uncertain terms not to leave town. Now, I wonder why.

Trey: Kendall --

Jack: My guess is that he was fleeing prosecution. He's got those identity fraud charges hanging over his head, plus arson. Seems like a good reason to leave town, huh?

Trey: I wasn't leaving town.

Jack: So you were flying to the coast because -- what? You left your heart in San Francisco?

Trey: I --

Kendall: No, I did. Trey wasn't going to San Francisco, I was.

David: The police have been looking up and down the river trying to find Leo.

Greenlee: Well, have they checked the woods, the beaches?

David: Yes. Nothing. And as you know, they would continue to keep searching as long as they felt that it was humanly possible for someone to -- they changed the search from a rescue to a recovery mission.

Woodruff: Sweetheart, I'm sorry.

Greenlee: I am, too. Civil servants. You can't count on them for anything. I guess I am going to have to do this myself. Where's redial? Yeah, hi. About that helicopter that I called about before --

David: Greenlee --

Greenlee: Leo never gave up on you. How can you give up on him?

David: I'm not giving up on Leo. I just have to accept the fact that --

Greenlee: What? What? What, that he's gone?

Mary: Sweetheart, those rapids are so treacherous that they just can't find --

Greenlee: Which is all the more reason to believe that he's still out there alive.

David: The police divers are experts, Greenlee, and they say that it is not possible for someone to survive, especially after this amount of time.

Greenlee: No, no, Leo survived. He survived being raised by that monster Vanessa, he can survive anything.

David: I know that you love him and I know that you don't want to let go, but holding on to false hope --

Greenlee: You're his brother! You are supposed to help him. You're supposed to have positive thoughts, not these premonitions of doom.

Woodruff: Greenlee, honey --

Greenlee: No, just get out! All of you! Ok? If you're not going to help me, just get out of my way.

Jake: All right, listen, let's go. I don't think this is really doing Greenlee any good.

Greenlee: You can go, too. I won't give up on Leo. Not until you can give me some concrete evidence that he's --

Anna: We found something. Actually.

Jack: You're telling me that you were the one going to San Francisco?

Kendall: Um -- Ryan was there. I was watching this motorcycle convention on the news and -- about this convention in Sausalito, and I swear I saw Ryan in the background.

Jack: You really expect me to believe that Trey bought you a ticket with his name on it, put it on his credit card for you?

Kendall: Well, my card's maxed out. And my brother knows how much I love Ryan, so he offered to buy the ticket for me.

Jack: A ticket with his name on it?

Kendall: Well, that was the only way I could get mileage points.

Jack: Mileage points, of course. You do realize you have to show a photo I.D. To board an aircraft these days and the name on the photo I.D. Needs to match the name on the ticket?

Trey: I was going to drive her to the airport myself. If there was a problem, I would be there to explain it.

Jack: Oh, you two are beautiful, really. I just wish to hell one of you had gotten on that plane and gotten out of this town because alone you're bad enough, but together you're a nightmare.

Kendall: Well, I'll take that as a compliment.

Jack: Somehow, I knew you would.

Kendall: If youíre through grilling us here, I'm pretty tired and so is Trey. He's been up all night saving his sister-in-law's life and mourning his brother's death, not that you care.

Jack: Oh, I care. I care that a good man died, and I care that three other people almost died when Ericaís house was burned down.

Kendall: Well, Trey didn't mean to do that --

Jack: Would you just be still? I guess I have to remind you you're still under investigation. If you so much as check a plane, train, or bus schedule, I'll know about it and I will lock you up quicker than you can say "flight risk." You follow me, son? Have a good night, hero.

Trey: Whew. You are amazing. You know that? No one has ever stuck up for me like you do. So here is to the best sister Iíve ever had.

Maria: Go out with you, like on a date?

Edmund: Like two people, you know, just getting to know each other, no pressure, one step at a time.

Maria: Ok. Do you think that's possible?

Edmund: I think I know a place where you can let your hair down and relax.

Maria: Oh, now, that would be something. I haven't relaxed since -- well, since I can remember.

Edmund: So, it's a date?

Maria: Yeah. That would be great. Oh, you -- you know what? I canít. Not tonight.

Edmund: Why not?

Maria: I've already got plans.

Greenlee: Why are you just standing there? What did you find?

David: Is it --

Anna: No. No, it's -- it's something that might have belonged to Leo. One of my men is bringing it over here because you're -- you have to -- you're going to have to identify it.

Greenlee: Good. Good. This is good. This could be the proof that we need that he's -- that he's still out there, that he's alive, that he's ok. What? What? I saw that look.

Anna: I'm sorry, Iím --

Greenlee: What? You think I'm nuts, right?

Anna: No.

Greenlee: You think that Iíve lost it because Leoís gone. Well, I'm not crazy because Leoís not gone.

David: Greenlee, I told you --

Greenlee: No, I know what you told me. But I'm not going to think the worst, even though that's what everyone wants me to think. Not until I have real evidence that's he's --

[knock on door]

Officer: Chief Devane? Captain said you wanted to see this right away.

Greenlee: It's Leoís jacket.

Anna: Ok. Was he wearing it, Greenlee?

David: Greenlee, I'm so sorry --

Greenlee: Donít.

Greenlee: Don't say you're sorry because there's nothing to be sorry about. Leo is not -- he is not dead.

David: I know you want to believe that --

Greenlee: Don't you see? Someone as alive as Leo can't just be here one day and then just be gone the next.

Anna: It doesn't seem possible, does it?

Greenlee: I've heard stories, you know, about people who have lost their husbands and their wives in a fire or an accident, and they could be miles away, like, clear across the country, and they know. They know. They don't even have to be told. They just feel a piece of their heart being ripped out at the very moment that it happens.

Anna: This is very hard to accept --

Greenlee: I don't accept it.

Anna: Greenlee --

Greenlee: Because I don't have that feeling. Leo and I -- we were more connected than any two people on this planet. So I would know if he's gone. And I don't feel it. I donít. So you could bring me his shirt or his shoes, and it wouldn't make me believe that he's gone.

Anna: Greenlee --

Greenlee: Because I don't feel it in my heart.

Anna: Honey --

Greenlee: Would you mind? I'd like to be alone now.

Anna: Oh, man. Sure.

Woodruff: Is she all right?

Mary: I want to see my daughter.

David: She wants to be alone right now. I think we have to respect that. Jake, Greenlee needs to see a grief counselor as soon as possible.

Jake: Yeah, I paged Kimberly Reid. She's working with Zeke McMillan.

David: Good.

Jake: David, listen, I'm sorry to hear about your --

David: Donít. Donít.

Trey: What was that for?

Kendall: For lying to me, for starters. For making me think you wanted to be my brother when this whole time you were planning on cutting out. You made that one-way reservation after we talked, didn't you?

Trey: Kendall --

Kendall: Trey, you promised. You promised I would finally have family that cared about me. But you don't care at all.

Trey: Yes, I do care --

Kendall: Bull! If Leo hadn't showed up asking for help when he did, you'd have been long gone by now, wouldn't you? Wouldn't you?

Trey: Yes. Yes, I would have. I can't -- I can't lie to you, not anymore.

Kendall: Ok, but you could lie to me last night, when you promised you would be a brother I could count on?

Trey: Montgomery's after me for arson, ok? I'm staring at a lot of prison time.

Kendall: Jackson Montgomery cannot get you on arson charges. You want to know why? Because I covered for you, just like I did today. You are home free, thanks to me.

Trey: Well, there's still the identity fraud.

Kendall: You were not running away because of identity fraud or anything else on your list of crimes. You were running away from me.

Trey: Why would you say that?

Kendall: Come on, Trey, you said you were going to stop lying to me. So admit it -- you didn't want to be related to me.

Trey: Kendall, you're making a much bigger deal out of this than it really is.

Kendall: Flying 3,000 miles away is a big deal, especially after we agreed to stick around for each other and give this brother and sister thing a try.

Trey: Yeah, well, I've tried it already. In every single foster family I was in, I had brothers and I had sisters. And you know what? They ignored me and they picked on me, but none of them liked me. And one day, you're not going to like me, either.

Kendall: I don't like you too much right now.

Trey: And that is why I can't stick around. I don't have what it takes to be a brother to anybody.

Kendall: You -- you were running away from me because you were afraid of letting me down?

Trey: You have these huge expectations about what that brother is supposed to be. It's like I'm going to make up for all the years you spent alone.

Kendall: But you weren't afraid of disappointing Leo. When he came and asked for help, you -- you jumped right on it.

Trey: Yeah. Yeah, I jumped right on it. But not right away. I had to think about it. I didn't want to climb up that falls. He made me.

Kendall: Leo made you climb over that ledge and rescue Greenlee?

Trey: Yes, he did. It was like in that moment, even though he was gone; I knew exactly what he needed from me.

Kendall: So you wanted to be there for someone in your family, just not me.

Trey: Kendall, what I'm trying to say is that I didn't know what being a brother was about until Leo showed me. And now I want to be that for you. I'm sorry I bought that plane ticket. But I'm not going anywhere now. You're the only real family I have left. And I want to be that brother that you can count on. So please, Iím asking you to give me one more chance.

Maria: I'm really sorry. I completely forgot. I've got dinner plans with Aidan tonight.

Edmund: Ok. That's fine, really.

Maria: Well, I'll take a rain check.

Edmund: Ok, name the time; I'll be there.

Aidan: No, wait. That's why I was coming to see you. Something's come up, and I need to reschedule our plans tonight.

Maria: You sure?

Aidan: Yeah, I'm positive. This is good. This way, you can get to go out with Edmund and I won't feel guilty leaving you alone in the motel room.

Edmund: Ok. I'll go make a reservation, if that's ok with you.

Maria: Yeah. Great. Do you -- do you really have plans for tonight?

Aidan: Yeah. There's something I need to do, and I can't put it off any longer.

Maria: Well, what is it? Ms. Kane wants you to finish up that penthouse of hers?

Aidan: No, no. No, this is about me. I'm going to move out of the Pine Cone motel.

Maria: Why?

Aidan: Well, I need a change of scenery.

Maria: Aidan, don't. Please, don't -- please don't move because of me.

Greenlee: Miller's falls. And not just a helicopter, I want a full rescue team on the ground. I know it's rough terrain. That's why Iím hiring you.

Doctor: You up for some company?

Greenlee: Just -- just do it, ok? And when you find my husband, I'll pay you double.

Doctor: You seem to be holding up pretty well.

Greenlee: Oh, you mean because I'm not some puddle of tears like everyone wants me to be? I'll start crying tears of joy when I find Leo.

Doctor: When you find him?

Greenlee: Well, if I can't get competent people do it; I'll go out there myself.

Doctor: You know, you don't have to do everything by yourself. At times like this, it helps to lean on your family.

Greenlee: Leo is my family -- only Leo.

Doctor: You have your mother, your grandfather, your brother-in-law.

Greenlee: They're no help. They've already written Leo off

Doctor: They love you. They want to help you. Now, the loss of a loved one --

Greenlee: Is that why you're here?

Doctor: Especially a spouse --

Greenlee: To offer some sort of stock form of grief counseling? Well, drop it. It'll make me gag.

Doctor: You know, anger is one of the first stages of grief --

Greenlee: You know, I'm angry because no one will listen to me. Everyone has Leo dead and buried.

Doctor: Listen, Greenlee, you need help.

Greenlee: No, what I need is a Navy Seal, not a shrink and not another speech on how I should just accept that he's gone. Because we don't know that, not for sure. And I'm not going to waste my precious time mourning my husband when he's still out there and he needs me.

Doctor: But I thought -- I assumed from the news reports --

Greenlee: The news reports are wrong. So, if you don't mind, I have a search to coordinate.

Greenlee: I won't give up on you, Leo. I wonít.

 

Woman: Excuse me, can you tell me where I can find Greenlee Smythe?

Nurse: Are you family?

Woman: No, but --

Nurse: I'm sorry. Ms. Smythe asked not to be disturbed.

Woman: Oh, but she'll want to see me, Iím sure of it. I need to tell her about her husband.

Greenlee: What about my husband?

Kendall: Can you help me with this, please?

Trey: What -- what's with the luggage?

Kendall: Here.

Trey: What's this for?

Kendall: I'm moving out. This was only supposed to be temporary, anyway.

Trey: Wait, you're leaving now? Why?

Kendall: I think you know the answer to that question.

Trey: Look, I'm said Iím sorry. I never should have bought that plane ticket.

Kendall: No, you -- you're just a lot smarter than I am. You saw the writing on the wall before I did.

Trey: I what?

Kendall: I mean, it's not like the family thing ever worked out for me, anyway. And you're right, you probably would end up disappointing me, and I'm not going to let that happen again.

Trey: Wait, don't go.

Kendall: I'll be back in a few days when I figure out where I'm staying. See you around, stranger.

Trey: Fine. You don't want me as a brother? I know someone who does.

Anna: Does it help?

David: What?

Anna: Praying.

David: I wouldn't know. I couldn't do it. I came here because I thought it would help, you know? I mean, it's supposed to help, right?

Anna: If you believe.

David: Yeah, I believe. I believe in science. I believe in logic. I believe in things that are supposed to make sense. This -- this makes no sense.

Anna: Not everything does.

David: Well, it's supposed to. You know, like Greenlee said, someone with as much life as Leo can't just be gone. It just -- but he is. He's gone. He's gone.

Anna: I'm so sorry.

David: I can't tell you how much I hate that word right now.

Anna: I know. If there's anything I can do, anything at all that I can do to help --

David: Actually, there is.

Aidan: You think I'm moving out because of you?

Maria: Well, look, if you are, I don't blame you because I -- here I was telling you that I wanted to be Maureen Gorman, and then the next minute I'm telling you I want to try to remember being Maria Grey. And I'm kissing you, and then Iím going out with Edmund, and I'm just -- I've been a crazed freak.

Aidan: Look, I promise you this move has nothing to do with you. This is about my aunt. Ok, she's pregnant and her husband just tries to operate outside the law all the time, and she's -- she's just totally stressed, and Iím going to look after her.

Maria: Well, who better to look after someone than you?

Aidan: That's what family's for, right? To look out for each other?

Maria: Yeah, and see, I was here thinking it was all about me. All about me. So you must think that I am so arrogant.

Aidan: No, no, no.

Maria: Oh, my God.

Aidan: I donít. I said that I'd help you get your memory back, didn't I? If that means getting out of the way for you and Edmund --

Maria: No, you don't need to get out of the -- you haven't been in the way. You have been a Godsend, Aidan.

Aidan: Oh, don't --

Maria: I'm telling you --

Aidan: Don't start --

Maria: No, I'm telling you, you have been an anchor for me since I got to this town. I mean, you're the one who just -- you just accepted me for me, as Maureen, and I so appreciate that.

Aidan: And Maureen is a great lady. I mean, come on, she survived five years -- five years -- on her own. She has more strength than she knows.

Maria: I am going to miss you.

Aidan: Hey, you got to believe in yourself and trust your instincts because sometimes that's all we have.

Maria: Thanks.

Aidan: I'll see you later.

Maria: Ok.

Edmund: Maybe this date isn't such a great idea.

David: It's about our child.

Anna: What?

David: Just promise me -- promise me that you will raise our child in a safe and a loving home. It doesn't have to have a swing or a willow tree, but our child should know that his or her mother loves him more than life itself and never fails to show that, no matter what.

Anna: Yeah, of course, I'll love him.

David: I never had that. Leo never had that. And if he had, he might still be alive today.

Anna: This child will never doubt his mother's love, not for one minute. You have my word.

Aidan: Hi. Can I have an ice -- ice-cold bottle of beer, please?

Bartender: Coming right up.

Aidan: The concierge said he'd call down here when my room's ready. The name's Aidan Devane.

Bartender: I'll let you know when he calls.

Kendall: Will you watch where you're going, buddy? Oh, man. You just cannot stay away from me, can you?

Aidan: What are you going on about now, Kendall?

Kendall: Well, it looks like we're going to be neighbors again.

Edmund: If you'd rather keep your date with Aidan --

Maria: No, I -- no, I want to go out with you.

Edmund: I'll pick you up at 7:00?

Maria: 7:00 sounds good. I will see you then.

Edmund: Mateo, it's Edmund. I need a favor -- something that could bring Maria back to all of us.

Greenlee: What do you know about my husband?

Woman: Maybe we should talk in private.

Greenlee: Now tell me what you know --

[Woman gasps]

Woman: That's his, isn't it?

Greenlee: How do you know that? How do you know Leo? Who said you could touch that?

David: Greenlee, the nurse said there was some --

Greenlee: Who are you? What do you know about Leo?

Woman: It's just as I thought. He's alive. Your husband is alive.

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

Adam: Just let me be your husband again.

Aidan: I've never seen a family this sick. You're warped. But this guy -- he's toxic and he's going to spoil any chance that you've got of being normal.

Greenlee: Take me to my husband right now!

Back to The TV MegaSite's AMC Site