AMC Transcript Monday 10/28/02

 

All My Children Transcript Monday 10/28/02

By Suzanne
Proofread by Alicia

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Kendall: You risked your life to save Greenlee. This is your reward.

Trey: This is Leoís death sentence.

Zeke: This is what you do to pay me back?

Simone: Yeah, I thought, you know, "let me get a hard, low-paying job that will humiliate my father."

Simone: Oh, dad, there you are.

Zeke: Simone, what is it? I'm sorry. Iím swamped.

Simone: Yeah, I'm sure you are. I just came by to see how you are. You know, I know how your trips to -- well, to Boston, how hard they can be --

Zeke: The only hard part is double-booking patients when I get back and dealing with unnecessary interruptions.

Simone: Well, then let's -- let's have dinner. We can relax and we can talk.

Zeke: Talk about what, your burgeoning career as a waitress?

Frank: Here's the chart on Mrs. Byrum, as requested by the great and powerful Dr. McMillan. You know, Rachel, if I was his patient, I think Iíd fake sanity just to get away from that mug.

[Frank growls]

Rachel: Uh -- Dr. Hubbard?

Frank: What? Ahem. Dr. McMillan, the chart you requested.

Zeke: Where the hell do you get off?

Frank: Oh, I'm sorry, sir, I meant no harm by --

Zeke: You are so far out of line.

Frank: Oh, I was just --

Zeke: When you put down a superior, what kind of example does that set?

Frank: You're right, sir. I wasn't thinking.

Zeke: And that will get you thrown out of here.

Frank: What?

Zeke: The overdose patient, for starters.

Frank: You're still talking about that?

Zeke: You weren't thinking then, either. You were off duty. You ignored the rules and you played hero.

Frank: And I saved his life.

Zeke: But maybe next time you won't be so lucky.

Frank: I make my luck.

Zeke: Maybe if you weren't so intent on getting lucky with my daughter, you could focus and concentrate on what's important, like being a good doctor.

Frank: Yeah. Well, you know what? You must be a great doctor because your focus sure as hell isn't on Simone.

Zeke: Who the hell do you think you are?

Frank: I think I'm your whipping boy and I want to why.

Mia: I -- I saw you coming out of your doctor's office. You looked upset. Is everything all right?

Liza: Never been healthier.

Mia: It's just that you seem a little -- this is about Adam, isn't it?

Liza: Isn't it always?

Mia: So, what did he do this time?

Liza: Nothing. I think it's just that for the first time, it hit me. I felt it in my heart.

Mia: You felt what?

Liza: Just all that Adam and I have -- what we had -- it's gone for good.

Brooke: What do you mean Liza's not going to notice that you're gone? You were out the whole night, and she's not going to wonder why?

Adam: All that Liza and I share are a child and a roof.

Brooke: You're not --

Adam: No, we're not. Our bedrooms are in separate zip codes.

Brooke: Are you getting a divorce?

Adam: I imagine that's the next logical step, yes.

Brooke: Really?

Adam: You don't believe me?

Brooke: I think you're just trying to make me feel less guilty.

Adam: I don't believe in guilt. Especially when there's spontaneous combustion involved.

Brooke: I think that you are just trying to weasel your way back into my bed.

Adam: "Weasel"? I was hoping for an invitation.

Greenlee: Damn it, Leo! How do I live without you?

Trey: I'll help you, if you let me.

Greenlee: You want to help? Bring Leo back.

Trey: I know how --

Greenlee: What do you know? Do you know what it's like to wake up without him? To fall asleep alone? To look for his smile, to listen for his laugh, and then there's nothing?

Trey: Greenlee, nobody can --

Greenlee: Then go away.

Trey: You're right. You're right. I don't know anything. I don't know what it's like to love someone so completely that losing them stops your world.†

Greenlee: He liked you.

Trey: He gave me a chance. I showed up out of nowhere. I sure as hell didn't give him any reason to trust me, but he -- he made me feel like I mattered.

Greenlee: Why didn't you come to Leoís memorial service?

Trey: I didn't belong.

Greenlee: He's your brother.

Trey: Well, not everyone's as comfortable with that -- or with me -- as Leo was. I didn't want to spoil the service. Besides, I haven't figured how to do it.

Greenlee: Do what?

Trey: Say good-bye to a brother that -- that I wasn't given the time to love.

Brooke: Adam, last night was -- was just what it was. It was -- it was just a product of -- stop, stop -- lonely hearts and martinis. That's all.

Adam: I prefer to think of it as divine intervention.

Brooke: Oh. Only you would cheat on your wife and blame God.

Adam: Not blame, thank. I give credit where it's due.

Brooke: So, what are you doing now? Negotiating your next romp?

Adam: Why the hell not? I feel reborn! Reborn! I've been chasing for months. I've been chasing after a wife who has left me in spirit, if not in body, a long time ago.

Brooke: Are you saying that all it takes is one night of illicit activity? Is --

Adam: I'm saying all it took was one night with you. You awakened me to feelings that I didn't even know I could feel.

Brooke: Really?

Adam: Yes, really. You gave me a gift. The -- the pleasure of an intoxicating woman who is capable of living in the moment.

Brooke: Ooh, Adam, I think our moment is up.

Adam: No, no, no, no, no, don't tell me that. I am on top of the world, and I don't want to come down. And you also reminded me that life can be spontaneous and passionate.

Brooke: And unpredictable.

Adam: Yes. Exactly. I had forgotten what happiness feels like, Brooke. I want to -- I want to live. I don't want to -- I don't want to shrivel up and die. Tell me you feel that way, too.

Mia: So, what is it that makes you so sure that things are over with Adam?

Liza: I was at Leoís memorial service. Greenlee is heartbroken. She can't imagine spending her life without Leo. And honestly, I spend most of my time avoiding my husband.

Mia: Liza, you were at a funeral. You're going to feel down, you know? Just go home, kiss Colby, and then everything's going to seem better.

Liza: No, everything's going to seem the same. My doctor said that I'm going to live a long and healthy life, and all I know is I don't want to live like this anymore.

Mia: You and Adam always end up working things out.

Liza: Yeah, we used to. We used to always find ways to forgive one another.

Mia: So you'll do it again.

Liza: I don't know that there is a way back this time.

Mia: You're not going to give Adam another chance?

Liza: No, I'm not going to give in. That would be a compromise, and I want to be right. And I -- it scares me.

Mia: Why?

Liza: Because without it, I don't know that there is a way back to Adam.

Mia: Even if it means saving your family? Even though he is still trying?

Liza: You know, Adam swore to me the other night that he would do whatever it takes to make it right. And normally in the past, I would have just fallen into his arms, and I just said no.

Mia: You're giving up?

Liza: No, I'm just -- I'm tired, Mia. I'm tired of the fighting and the lies and -- I'm just tired of feeling so empty.

Mia: Maybe you just need a little more time --

Liza: No, I don't need time. What I need is trust, and I don't trust Adam at all.

Mia: All right. If that's how you feel, then maybe you should end your marriage.

Zeke: You can't work within the system. You're not cut out for medicine.

Frank: Now we're talking about the system? I thought this was personal.

Zeke: I'm trying to teach you what it takes to be a doctor.

Frank: Yeah, well, I'd rather learn how to be a good human being.

Simone: Oh, Frank --

Zeke: Simone, it's ok. I know his type. You think you have all the answers, don't you? You clown around, you grandstand. You think that this hospital is your own stage --

Frank: That's not true --

Zeke: For your very own one-person show.

Frank: That is not true!

Zeke: If you want to be a star, go back to film school, ok?

Frank: I belong here.

Zeke: You're an accident waiting to happen, Hubbard, and it is our responsibility to protect our patients, even if it means your dismissal.

Frank: Well, there's only one flaw in your plan, which is that Iím a damn good doctor.

Zeke: You're a cowboy, Hubbard, and there's no room for that here.

Frank: You mean there's no room for me here because of my relationship with your daughter.

Simone: Oh, Frank, don't --

Zeke: You have no right to bring my daughter in this.

Frank: Why are you so threatened by someone who cares about the daughter that you've written off?

Zeke: If you're smart, you'll walk away now.

Frank: You know what? You've done such a number on Simone that she's completely cowed to you, but I'm not. So, come on, let's have it! Come on, doc!

Zeke: Don't provoke me, Hubbard.

Frank: Isn't that what you've been doing to me since I got here?

Zeke: I just don't think you have what it takes to be a doctor.

Frank: Yeah, I don't think you got what it takes to be a good father.

Simone: Oh --

Zeke: You insolent --

Simone: Dad, don't listen to him.

Zeke: Simone, stay out!

Frank: You -- she loves you, and you can't even look at her! What kind of father, what kind of psychiatrist does that to their own kid?

Zeke: I'm writing you up. I'm putting you on report.

Frank: Oh, go ahead!

Jake: Frank, take it down.

Zeke: Jake, I am so glad that you are here because I want immediate disciplinary action taken.

Frank: Oh, please! Please! Have you ever heard of abuse of power? What, you love this, don't you? This is how you get your kicks, by crushing your daughter's spirit and trying to pulverize anyone who gets in your way! Oh, yeah, you're a big man, doctor! A real big man!

Jake: Dr. Hubbard --

Simone: Stop it, Frank. You don't understand. All right? You don't understand any of this.

Frank: I understand just fine.

Simone: No, you donít.

Zeke: Simone, please.

Frank: You did it again. Would you stop barking orders at her?

Zeke: Don't tell me how to talk to my daughter or anyone else. Do you hear me?

Jake: Doctors, you need to keep it down here.

Simone: Look, can we just go somewhere? Can we just get out of here?

Frank: No, I want to finish this, Simone.

Simone: No, please. Look, I'm begging you. Just end this now, all right? If you lose your job --

Frank: They have no grounds to dismiss me, no matter what your father says.

Simone: Can we just go somewhere? Just go somewhere where we can talk? Please? Excuse me.

Jake: Just -- what happened here, doc?

Zeke: I caught Hubbard insulting me in front of a nurse, and when I called him on it, he went ballistic.

Jake: Well, that is weird because I have known Frank Hubbard since he was a kid and I have never seen him act out like that.

Zeke: Well, he chose to take it as a personal attack.

Jake: Was it? I mean, he is dating your daughter. Do you have some kind of a problem with that?

Zeke: Simone is free to see whomever she chooses.

Jake: Yeah. Well, I'm sure this is a one-time deal. Dr. Hubbard has a good heart, and he's one heck of an intern.

Zeke: Well, he may know his way around bones and scalpels, but he is a loose cannon, Jake.

Jake: I saw both of you going at it, and Iím going to have a talk with him.

Zeke: Don't think it will do any good.

Jake: Well, what do you suggest I do?

Zeke: Well, if it was up to me, I would demand his immediate dismissal.

Liza: So you think I should get a divorce?

Mia: Why torture yourself? I mean, why? Why stay in a marriage that's a sham, anyway? And you know what I'm talking about. You and Adam don't even talk to each other unless you're around Colby.

Liza: Well, who's the one who suggested that we live in separate wings?

Mia: Stuart and Marian and I thought that that would be good for Colby.

Liza: Right, and so now that you're recommending divorce, you think that would be good for Colby?

Mia: I'm trying to help you.

Liza: Help? Help? All you've done is hurt what was left of my crippled marriage.

Mia: Wait a minute. We didn't tell you to deadbolt your bedroom door.

Liza: Oh, boy, and you know that's such a cure-all. You know, since you're such an expert on marriage -- or people, for that matter -- is there anything new that you've noticed lately about me?

Mia: Yeah. Yeah. Lately, you've gotten real hard on yourself and everyone else around you.

Liza: Oh, great, thank you.

Mia: No. Maybe it comes from living with Adam. I don't know. But it seems like you're afraid to trust anyone and you've thrown up this huge wall.

Liza: Well, not high enough, obviously.

Mia: You used to laugh, and now it's like -- I mean, you expect the worst from everyone, and you shut down on all of us, most of all Adam.

Liza: So do you feel sorry for him?

Mia: No, I don't feel sorry for him. I know he's made some big mistakes. I just happen to think that he still loves you.

Liza: You know, when you moved out of the house, I thought it would put a stop to your interfering.

Mia: It's hard to see the family that you love just falling apart.

Liza: Well, then don't watch. Because my family, Mia, my life, my marriage, my relationship -- it's really none of your business. So why don't you just back off.

Brooke: I forgot how convincing you can be.

Adam: Brooke, you've been just as numb and isolated as I have.

Brooke: Yes, but I just can't --

Adam: Yes, you can! We can, we can! We can live. We can push life to its limits and see where that takes us.

Brooke: I don't know if sleeping with a married man qualifies as living large.

Adam: My marriage is over.

Brooke: At the moment.

Adam: No. All we have is the moment right here, right now. That's all we have.

Brooke: Adam, you know there are other people involved.

Adam: And you're the only person I can see. Brooke, we rekindled something extraordinary last night. I don't want to let that go.

Brooke: You need a time-out.

Adam: I need a time-out from the boring life that I've been living, and I want to spend that time with you.

Brooke: Adam, we can't.

Adam: Yes, we can! I woke up to a whole new world, and so did you. Can you deny that?

Brooke: Look, it just -- this cannot go any further.

Adam: Just give in to it, Brooke. That's all. Stop trying to close the door on us. Seize the day.

Brooke: You are a piece of work.

Adam: Ah, yes.

Brooke: You turned my world upside down. In a night, you Ė

Trey: I still remember the day I came clean with Vanessa, before Leo knew that we were brothers. He was all about protecting her, after everything she had done to him. He even almost put me through a wall.

Greenlee: Wow. But then he found out you were his brother.

Trey: Yeah, and everything changed. He didn't just accept it, he accepted me. All my life, nobody's ever taken a chance on me. And to be trusted so completely and unconditionally -- well, it blew me away. I -- I didn't feel worthy of it. And I still donít.

Greenlee: Leo had a way of believing in people that made them want to be better. Even people like --

Trey: Me? Look, I know that you don't have a lot of faith in me. Hell, I know that you -- you don't even like me, and, well, I don't blame you. But I mean what I said before. If you need anything -- and I know that I can't bring Leo back, but I'll do anything that needs doing. And it -- it would mean a lot to me if you could try to find some way to give me another chance.

Greenlee: Like Leo did? He saw something Ė

Kendall: You guys -- no, you guys can't go in --

Reporter: Mrs. Du Pres, did you see your husband die?

Second Reporter: Was your mother-in-law going to shoot you?

Third Reporter: Mr. Kenyon, is it true that you found the Proteus diamonds?

First Reporter: Did you cut a deal with the D.A.? Will the arson charges be dropped?

Greenlee: You bastard.

Reporter: Well, you're a free man thanks to the diamonds.

Second Reporter: And you found them where your brother fell to his death?

Third Reporter: You accompanied him, didn't you, Ms. Hart?

Kendall: Well, I --

Reporter: How did you know where to find the diamonds?

Second Reporter: Did you tell them, Mrs. Du Pres?

Greenlee: How dare you --

Reporter: Are you glad now that the arson charges were dropped?

Greenlee: You are despicable! All that crap about being brothers, about how torn up you were over Leoís death?

Trey: I meant every --

Greenlee: And all this time it was about your slimy agenda! You know, I warned Leo about you, but he didn't listen. He took a chance on you, and you used him.

Trey: No, I didn't.

Kendall: Greenlee -- Greenlee, stop. Maybe you shouldn't -- maybe you shouldn't do this.

Greenlee: And you --

Kendall: Not in front of these bloodsuckers.

Greenlee: You -- I should have known you'd be in on something so sick.

Trey: Greenlee, it's not what you think. I would never do anything to hurt Leo.

Greenlee: You're a liar. My husband is dead thanks to you!

Donald: Guys! Guys, guys, guys and dolls. Come on, have some respect. I am so sorry about this. We're here to get some background info on your dearly departed, and the second I realized you were here; I insisted that they leave you alone. Isn't that right?

Reporter: So you could scoop us?

Donald: This is professional jealousy. Don't pay any attention to that. Guys can we -- can we do the decent thing for once and let this widow have some privacy?

Reporter: What's your angle, Steele?

Donald: I'm a human being. All right? Now, Mrs. Du Pres has just lost her husband, and I think she's earned the right to mourn away from your prying eyes. I am so sorry for your loss. All right, come on. Let's go. Don't thank me.

Trey: I can explain why I went back for the diamonds, Greenlee. I --

Greenlee: Explain why you let your brother die so you could get those diamonds.

Jake: He's clearly out of line, but it hardly merits a dismissal.

Zeke: You practically had to hold the guy back from attacking me. What more is there? He is clearly not fit to be on this staff.

Jake: All right, Iím not making excuses for him, but this kid hasn't had it easy. His father died violently when he was young.

Zeke: And we have all experienced some kind of loss, but that still should not affect his professional demeanor.

Jake: I couldn't agree with you more. We know he's got an anger problem. Maybe after knowing that, maybe some guidance, possibly from you.

Zeke: I'm not being paid to be the staff's shrink.

Jake: Perhaps in a mentor position.

Zeke: Jake, and I certainly -- certainly in all hell don't want to be his substitute father. Excuse me.

Jake: Yeah, this is Dr. Jake Martin. Could you page Mia Saunders for me, please? Thank you.

Frank: I do not understand you, Simone. You just stand there and let him slam you like that. You don't need that kind of grief.

Simone: You know what I don't need? I don't need you lashing out at my father.

Frank: Yeah, well, someone's got to because your father is steamrolling you into the ground.

Simone: Yeah, well, let me worry about that, ok?

Frank: I don't believe this. He treats you like something that he stepped in, and you defend him.

Simone: Look, my father wasn't always the way he is now.

Frank: So that makes it ok? Simone, there is no excuse for the load that he shoveled on you and anyone else in range.

Simone: My father's anger is not about me or you.

Frank: What in the hell is it about, then?

Simone: My brother.

Brooke: Adam, no. We just can't do this. We can't.

Adam: We already are, Brooke. Your -- come on, your inner bad girl is screaming for more.

Brooke: After my last move, my inner bad girl has been sent permanently to her room.

Adam: Are you still obsessing about the Maria Grey fiasco?

Brooke: Adam, I single-handedly shredded the hearts of an entire family.

Adam: Hearts heal, Brooke.

Brooke: How can you be so cavalier?

Adam: You did what any woman worth her soul would do. You stood your ground and defended your turf. Edmund should be flattered that you went to such extremes.

Brooke: Adam --

Adam: Brooke, something happened last night. It was fantastic. What the hell matters more than what you and I felt together and can feel again?

Brooke: Can it be that simple?

Adam: Was last night, wasn't it?

Brooke: I don't know.

Adam: Yes, you do. You're afraid to admit it.

Brooke: Adam --

Adam: Shh, shh, shh, shh. Hold that thought until you see me again.

Brooke: Wait, wait, wait -- what about your clothes? What is Liza going to say when she sees you wearing yesterday's clothes?

Adam: I have a spare at the office.

Brooke: Well, how clever of you.

Adam: I'm alive again, Brooke. And it's because of you.

Frank: Your brother? I never even knew you had a brother.

Simone: His name is Anthony. He's about your age.

Frank: So how come I never see him around here?

Simone: He's in Boston.

Frank: Ok, so your dad has a rage on because of your brother who lives in Boston, and then he takes it out on you and me? That's whacked, Simone.

Simone: Yeah, you know what? This is wrong. I don't want to make --

Frank: What's going on?

Simone: Look, you know what? Just forget about it. I'll see you around.

Frank: Will you hold on? Will you talk to me, please?

Simone: Look, my family has made such a big deal about making this not a problem that I think it'd be best if I would just keep my mouth shut.

Frank: Look, Simone -- Simone, I care about you, ok?

Simone: I know.

Frank: I want to know what's going on.

Simone: Look, my dad would not approve.

Frank: Well, your dad isn't here right now. It's just you and me.

Simone: Yeah, but I don't want to dump on you.

Frank: Dump away. Look, whatever you've got bottled up inside of you, it can't be healthy. So, come on, spill. I swear, you'll feel better. Come on, just talk to me.

Simone: Oh. Anthony. Anthony was -- I always had the biggest crushes on his friends. He was that type of person that you just wanted to be around, you know.

Frank: Hold on, hold on. What -- what do you mean when you say he "was"? Did he -- how did he --

Simone: Oh, no. No, he's alive.

Frank: I don't understand.

Simone: Anthony -- Anthonyís a lot like you. You know, he's that package that parents, you know, they dream of. You know, big future, high hopes. He just -- he just got all tangled up, you know, in things that he couldn't control, and he lost his way.

Frank: Is he in prison?

Simone: Uh-uh. He's not that lucky.

Frank: Where is he?

Simone: He's in a rehab center.

Frank: For how long?

Simone: For the rest of his life.

Frank: Oh, my God.

Simone: Yeah.

Frank: What happened?

Simone: Anthony is -- was a drug abuser.

Frank: He OD'd?

Simone: Five years ago. He -- he's been in a coma ever since.

Frank: I don't know what to say. It's got to be rough.

Simone: It's affecting my father the hardest. You know, my dad is someone -- he can always fix -- he can always fix everything, and he just can't fix my brother. I'm sorry. And I just think that when he looks at you, I think he just sees what he lost.

Winifred: Hello, Mrs. Chandler. Hi.

Liza: Have you seen my husband?

Winifred: No, I haven't seen Mr. Chandler all day, and I couldn't be happier.

Liza: Yeah. Well, I know the feeling.

Winifred: Well, I know this is none of my business, but when I came in here earlier this morning and I realized that the bed hadn't been slept in, I was -- Iím just tickled for you both.

Liza: Tickled?

Winifred: Well, I actually helped Mr. Chandler with this romantic setup for the last night, and I -- if there were ever two people that are --

Liza: Mr. Chandler didn't sleep here last night?

Winifred: He -- he was with you, wasn't he?

Trey: Greenlee, I didn't even know about the diamonds until afterwards at the hospital.

Greenlee: But you couldn't get back to the falls fast enough, could you?

Trey: The diamonds were important, I thought, all right? But I was wrong. Not now.

Greenlee: Please. You and that couldn't wait to cash in on Leoís death.

Trey: It had nothing to do with Leo. It was like this cosmic payback for everything that Vanessa did to me.

Greenlee: What she did to you? She killed Leo. You traded in on his death to squirm out of hard time. You used him when he was alive, and you used him when he was dead! I can't stand the sight of either of you.

Trey: Greenlee --

Greenlee: God, you make my skin crawl! I can't believe this! What kind of God steals Leo from me and lets you live to feed on other people's misery, huh? Why didn't you let me die?

Trey: You don't mean that.

Greenlee: Yes, I do! I do. I would be happy with Leo in eternity. Instead, all -- instead, I have a hell of a life without him. Why did you save me? Why?

Frank: I am so sorry. I'm so, so sorry.

Simone: I just want you to understand why my father has a problem with you. Ok?

Frank: Look, I would be angry, too.

Simone: Well, thank you for listening.

Frank: Don't thank me.

Simone: Thank you. You were right. I've lived alone with this for so long that -- I don't know -- telling someone, it actually does feel a little better, and I'm glad that it was you.

Frank: So am I.

Mia: Hi. Did you just page me?

Jake: Hey. Yeah, yeah.

Mia: You want to take a break? I know a really good broom closet.

Jake: Oh. Give me a rain check.

Mia: What is it?

Jake: It's about Frank.

Mia: Right. You want me to tell him that he's a father.

Jake: Well, not -- not exactly.

Mia: Look, we don't have to go around and around this anymore because I've been thinking about it and I've decided that you're absolutely right. And I'm ready to tell Frank that he has a son.

Jake: Well, ok. Well, maybe -- maybe we should hold off.

Mia: What? It's, like, a complete 180.

Jake: Yeah, I know, I know. Listen, just come with me. I'll explain.

Mia: What is it?

Brooke: Oh. Now what?

Liza: So you haven't seen my husband all day?

Winifred: No, ma'am. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, ma'am. I thought that you were with -- I mean, I thought that you'd --

Adam: You thought that we'd what, Winifred?

Winifred: Mr. -- Mr. Chandler. I'm so -- I'm so glad to see you. I was just -- excuse me.

Adam: Did I miss something?

Liza: I don't know, Adam. Did we?

Adam: I have a better question. What the hell are you doing in my bedroom?

Trey: If I could do it over again differently, I would.

Greenlee: Save your lies for someone else.

Trey: I swear, Greenlee, once I had the diamonds in my hands, I couldn't bear to keep them.

Greenlee: So you used them to buy your freedom? How convenient.

Kendall: No, he's telling the truth.

Greenlee: I hope you choke on your truth, the both of you. How can it be that you're alive to crawl this earth and your brother is dead at the bottom of the river? The wrong person died. You know that, don't you?

Trey: Greenlee --

Greenlee: How can you live with yourself? No. No, you can't do this! I won't let you! Give it--

Donald: Hey, hey, hey, hey! Come on --

Greenlee: Give it --

Donald: Ow! Ah! What did you do?

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

Mia: I desperately need your help, and I need you to keep what Iím about to tell you a secret.

Greenlee: Stick me with something. Please, David, help me get out of hell.

Erica: You will spend the rest of your life paying for what you did to me. I will crush you.

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