All My Children Transcript Tuesday 12/3/02
proofread by Alicia
>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Kendall: Get out, now. Get out.
Maria: You're saying you can reverse the amnesia?
David: I can give you back your life.
Liza: I'm sorry. I'm so sorry.
Kendall: Speak up, Bianca. Why did you break in? Is this some irresistible latent heterosexual tendency you have? Or were you here on a fact-finding mission for mommy? Were you hoping to finish what she started?
Bianca: Kendall, you have never sunk this low.
Adam: How is she?
Marian: Jake, please say she's going to pull through this.
Liza: She's not, is she? Mia's worse?
Jake: This is a very fast-moving infection.
Adam: Come on. First we had to worry about the results of the fall, and then internal bleeding, and now -- this is a hospital. How the hell did she get an infection?
Jake: This infection is a result of an abscess.
Adam: Which should never have happened.
Adam: Is that the bottom line? You shield incompetence to prevent lawsuits, no matter who the patient is?
Marian: Stop it, Adam, right now.
Liza: Well, can antibiotics help, Jake, I mean, knock out the infection?
Marian: Jake? Mia is going to pull through this, isn't she?
Anna: Oh, my goodness. That is such great news. Yeah, no, no, I will. Thank you. Thank you. Bye-bye. Ooh! I got to tell David. Ok.
Anna: Oh, my goodness.
Jack: You scared me to death. What, are you a psychic now?
Anna: What are you doing up here?
Jack: Have you got a moment?
Anna: Can it wait? I have to find David.
Jack: No, please. There's something I need to tell you.
Maria: You're serious? You really think you can end this?
David: According to my research, yes.
Maria: So I would have all my memories back? Maria's life, everything? I'd remember everything?
David: It's entirely possible.
Edmund: You sick son of a bitch. I ought to kill you right now.
Edmund: She is not playing guinea pig for you again, all right? You cannot reverse --
Maria: Please --
David: I'm telling you, it can happen!
Maria: Let him finish. Please.
David: Look, I can't give you back what you've lost, ok? I can't give you back the five years you spent in Nevada. But I can try to help you get your memories back from the life you had before that.
Maria: How are you going to do that? Adjusting the dosage or --
David: No, it's --
Maria: The formula? What?
David: It's too complicated to explain.
Edmund: Oh, don't give us that.
Maria: What are your terms, David?
David: You back off from the case the D.A. is building against me. In fact, you refuse to help them prosecute me, and we have ourselves a deal.
Anna: Oh, come in.
Jack: Thank you.
Anna: Really, I thought you were going to give us a little breathing space. So, go on. Tell me what you're going to do about Davidís latest mess. I'm letting you know, I'm not going to help you nail him in any way, ok?
Jack: Actually, Anna, that's not what I'm here to talk about.
Anna: All right. I don't actually have to listen to anything you have to say because I'm not on the force anymore. And you're not going to look around this place until you have a search warrant --
Jack: I'm not here in my professional capacity, ok? I mean, that -- that might be easier, but, actually, Iím -- this is more by way of a personal visit. I just wanted to have some time alone with you to set the record straight.
Anna: About David?
Jack: No. About you and me.
Jake: We're doing everything we can. And we're praying for the best.
Adam: They don't know anything.
Liza: If Mia were to recover -- is she going to recover completely?
Jake: You all know Dr. Rodriguez.
Dr. Rodriguez: Hello.
Marian: Hello, doctor.
Dr. Rodriguez: Jake, I need you to review Ms. Saunders' labs.
Jake: Yeah, absolutely. Excuse us. Come right this way.
Adam: I'm going to ask some questions and find out what the hell's going on. I'll be back.
Liza: Mama, she could die, and this would all be my fault.
Marian: Shh. Liza, listen to me. Ruining your life over this will not help Mia recover.
Liza: Neither is keeping this a secret. I have to say something to someone.
Marian: You told the truth to me. And it was an accident, Liza.
Liza: Mother, I pushed her. If I hadn't have pushed her, she would never have fallen.
J.R.: Bianca, it's not what you think.
Bianca: I wish.
J.R.: No, we --
Kendall: No, no, no, no. We don't owe Bianca anything. The only thing she's getting out of this is a free ride in a squad car. I am going to call 911. See? Check this out --
J.R.: No, Kendall, come on.
Bianca: What, is this some sick rite of passage? Every guy in town has to roll around with you?
Kendall: Speaking of sick, I think you're jealous.
Bianca: Jealous? Of you? Of you -- first, you drive Ryan out of town. Now you're -- now you're robbing the cradle. Nice track record, Kendall.
Kendall: No lesbo sneak thief is going to lecture me on who I can date. What the hell are you doing here, anyway?
Bianca: J.R., I thought you were with Laurie.
J.R.: No, we -- Kendall and I -- we didn't --
Kendall: No, no, no, no. You know what? You have no right to judge us or what we do. Now, correct me if Iím wrong, but couldn't your sexuality still land you in jail in a whole bunch of states?
Bianca: J.R., Why would you want to be with somebody this disgusting?
Kendall: That's between me and J.R. ta-ta.
J.R.: Ok, Kendall, now what? Why do you want her to think we slept together?
Marian: Liza, you tripped.
Liza: Mama, it's my fault that she's in there. I mean, if I could have --
Marian: Confessing that you fell into Mia might make you feel better, but think about what Adam could do with this information -- feeding it to some judge. You could lose Colby.
Liza: All the horrible things that I said and I thought about Mia and Adam -- what did Dr. Rodriguez say? What did the test results tell you?
Jake: Could we have a few minutes alone, please?
Marian: Are you going to be all right, darling?
Marian: Ok. Jake, thank you so much for everything you're doing for Mia.
Liza: Do you have any more bad news?
Jake: With staph, anything can happen.
Liza: Meaning what?
Jake: Mia's white count is off the chart. This is a very aggressive infection, and Iím just hoping that we caught it in time.
Liza: My God. Jake, does that mean you just don't know?
Jake: You know, Liza, we perform miracles in this hospital every single day. And when I need one for someone I love and someone who deserves a break -- she accepted my proposal, and everything was supposed to be fantastic. And then in a matter of just a couple of minutes, our whole world changes. We could lose her, Liza. And I want to know who's to blame for this. I want to know how the hell this happened to Mia.
Kendall: You think the Binkster is convinced that we're doing it?
J.R.: I was trying to explain to Bianca that we didn't have sex or anything, but you wouldn't let me.
Kendall: We don't owe her any explanation. I mean, who is she to come here and carry on? It's not like she's your girlfriend -- or anyone else's, for that matter.
J.R.: That's not the point.
Kendall: The point is that she needs to stay out of my life and get one of her own.
J.R.: Yeah, but now she thinks even worse stuff about you.
Kendall: I didn't tell her what we did or didn't do. And if she wants to fly around town accusing me of cradle robbing, then fine.
J.R.: Thank you. Thanks.
Kendall: J.R., you know what I mean. This is her own sick, demented little thing. We both know the truth.
J.R.: I don't understand you.
Kendall: Yeah, you and the rest of the world population. It's a whole big club. Well, you know what? It's not up to me to educate you.
J.R.: Ok. Forget it.
Kendall: Wait, J.R. wait! Come on. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. Sit. Look, that was mean, even for me. It's just that Bianca knows how to push my buttons, and today she was slamming at them like a sledgehammer. So I didn't feel like giving her the 411, ok?
J.R.: I know, but I spazzed out and climbed all over you. Why should you end up looking bad for that?
Kendall: Neither of us looks bad. We kissed. We had a kiss, and it got a little hot. So what? So what? I stopped it before it got too heavy.
J.R.: I know, but Bianca doesn't know that.
Kendall: Well, this is none of Bianca's business. This is nobody's business. This is between us.
J.R.: Not anymore.
Kendall: Yeah, thanks to Bianca breaking in like some demented Jane Bond. And then she questions us? Who the hell is she?
J.R.: I think maybe she was freaked walking in on you and me.
Kendall: Well, Biancaís a freak.
J.R.: The night Frankie died, Bianca walked in on me and Frankie messing around.
Kendall: Oh, yeah. I forgot about that.
J.R.: I think maybe this has brought that all back to her.
Kendall: No, I doubt Biancaís hissy fit was about anything but us. And you explaining to her what happened between us -- it wouldn't have helped.
J.R.: Yeah, but you never know.
Kendall: No, I know. I know Binks. She would have jumped all over you for having the bad taste to be attracted to me.
J.R.: Does it bother you that Iím attracted to you? Because I am -- a lot.
Bianca: Oh, I hate this.
Maggie: Hey. It can't be all that bad, can it?
Anna: So you're not here to get something to use against David?
Jack: No. No, I'm not.
Anna: Is it to list off a whole thing of "I told you SOís"?
Jack: No, no. Not exactly, no.
Anna: Oh, it is that. How I've given up my job for a chronic liar who's still covering things up. You know, I mean, that is so boring.
Jack: Yes. I agree. And we've been down that road many times, haven't we?
Anna: Do you think perhaps that the cumulative effect is going to wear me down?
Jack: I can only hope so.
Anna: Well, it won't. I mean, Jackson, come on. I know that you've been in the position where you've loved someone and you've wanted to give everything up for them.
Jack: Yes. Yes, yes. Yes, I have. I have, indeed.
Anna: Erica, right?
Jack: Among others, yeah.
Anna: Oh. I didn't know that. Well, the last one couldn't have been so long ago that you've forgotten what that feeling is like, that passion. It's like --
Jack: No, if that were the case, Anna, I wouldn't be here and I wouldn't be feeling what Iím feeling right now.
David: I've been so preoccupied with all my legal problems; I've lost sight of the big picture.
Maria: Your research.
Edmund: Look, nobody wants you to remember your life more than I do, but you can't trust this lunatic.
Maria: Go on, David.
David: I've been refining this drug over the past few years. The compound that I administered to Dixie and to Roger Smythe didn't cause any memory loss.
Maria: Is that true, Edmund?
Edmund: I'm not sure about Dixie, but the problem with Smythe -- he was murdered.
David: I believe that Iíve isolated the chemical interaction that caused the problem. So it's highly possible that I might be able to reverse the damage that it's caused.
Edmund: Oh, and of course this cockamamie treatment has no side effects? It's risk-free?
David: There isn't a physician alive that can offer that guarantee.
Edmund: True, but a quack like you would lie to people all the time.
David: Don't let him stop you from taking advantage of this, Maureen. You've been saying for weeks now that you want to be the person you used to be, right? Well, I'm offering you the opportunity to make that happen.
Maria: If I stop cooperating with the authorities.
David: Yes. And you guarantee me that you won't take any future action, civil or criminal.
David: Well, come on. Originally, you were opposed to taking legal action, remember?
Maria: Oh, I remember. Yeah, I'm remembering more and more every day.
David: So, what do you think?
Maria: What do I think? I think about the time between you finding me on the beach and the time that I found my way back here, and I think about the person who kept me away.
David: Maureen, Iím sorry, ok --
Maria: And I think about how you kept me away. You blackmailed me into hiding, and you're blackmailing me now.
David: No. No, that's not the way you should be looking at this. We need each other's help here.
Maria: Oh, is that really the way you see this?
David: Yes, I do. Maureen, think this through.
Maria: I would die before I let you play me again, David. You want to blackmail me again using my soul as bait, and Iíll see you in hell first.
Rae: You hate me for marrying everything just looks beautiful and perfect.
Roxy: Then Iím just going to sit down and a second! Because by the time I get through yes, sirree, Bob, my kind
David: How can you possibly turn down my offer?
Maria: Because I don't like your price tag. Thank God for Edmund, or I wouldn't even know the difference between somebody who's totally out for number one and somebody who actually cares about me.
David: What do we do here to negotiate some type of an agreement?
Maria: Well, your bargaining is really not helping your cause.
David: You are my cause, Maureen.
Maria: No, the prizes and the big awards and all that is your cause, David. Your having the entire medical community kowtow to you is your big dream. And what you really do is you disgrace the entire medical community. Somebody's got to revoke your license. Please.
David: All right, all right. Look, I'll admit to this one thing. Yes, of course I care about what happens to me. My freedom is important for my family's sake, all right? I have a woman I love more than life itself. She's carrying my baby, for crying out loud. I want to be there to help raise my family.
Maria: And why should I give you this opportunity that you denied me?
David: All right, you're angry. You want retribution, you want revenge, and I understand that. But don't throw away this offer that Iím making you, Maureen. I have the power to give you back your life. You turn away from that, and you will regret it forever.
Maria: No, you know what I will regret forever is letting you off the hook. The grief that you caused my family -- my husband, my kids, everyone. You call me, David, when you've matched them tear for tear, and then maybe I will accept -- or even consider -- your offer.
Maria: You're being awful quiet over there. What are you thinking?
Edmund: I'm thinking, no matter how I feel, I don't want you to do something you're going to regret.
Anna: I'm not sure I understand what you mean.
Jack: Ok, let me -- let me try laying my cards on the table here. Am -- am I the only one of us who has -- have you not felt a mutual attraction, or am I picking up vibes that just aren't there?
Anna: I'm with David.
Jack: But you don't have to be. And that, in a nutshell, is what I came here to say.
Anna: Ok. So you said it.
Jack: Ok, so now Iím going to say it again to make sure you hear it. Anna, David is not your only option.
Anna: Thank you. I'm very flattered. But I'm really not in a position to consider any other options.
Jack: I know -- I know you and David have shared a lot, and I know that the child you're carrying -- his child -- is always going to be a bond between you. I know that.
Anna: But I shouldn't plan for any future? Is --
Jack: Well, I don't see how the hell you can. I mean, the man's got a list of pending charges against him as long as my arm. He's not --
Anna: But I strongly believe that faith is part of love, and I have faith.
Jack: I believe that, too. But I also believe that truth and honesty are a part of love, and you have told me time and time again that you do not have those things with David.
Anna: Not at the moment, no.
Jack: Anna, are you ready to settle for that? I mean, you and I have shared quite a bit, too, in the past few weeks. I got to tell you, one thing about you that I admire more than anything else, maybe, is your sense of loyalty. But, to be quite candid, there's a great deal more about you that I also admire.
Anna: Just not my taste in men.
Jack: Well, not so far. You have so much to offer, Anna. So much.
Anna: I'm offering it to David.
Jack: Right. Right. You know, I -- we all think that we can change the other person. I mean, we hope that what we bring to the relationship will show them somehow, teach them somehow, and make them into the person that we want them to be, but it just -- it just doesn't work that way.
Anna: I like what David brings.
Jack: Yes, you've told me about those things -- surprise, uncertainty --
Anna: It's not just that.
Jack: But are those the traits that you want to have in your baby's father? I mean, are those the traits you would expect to find in a man who's going to be there, be there for you and your child forever and ever?
Anna: Like you're there for Lily? You know, I really -- I couldn't imagine a better father than you. I mean that.
Jack: I appreciate that. I do.
Anna: I mean that.
Jack: Well, listen, that's the nicest thing you could say to me. It really is, and I thank you. I just -- Anna, I just want you to consider what you're doing before you get in so deep that you and your child can never get out, ever.
Anna: Well, it's not -- Davidís not going to lock us up.
Anna: No. I can leave if I want to -- I think.
Jack: Ok. Well, you're a strong woman. I believe you could leave. I just want to make sure you know that you have someplace to go to.
Anna: Oh -- thank you. I really appreciate this. I think you're very brave.
Jack: Well, if you'd heard my heart pounding outside that door before you opened it, you wouldn't think I was so brave. But I am brave enough to hear what's in your heart.
Anna: In my heart?
Anna: Oh, in my heart is a very fierce love for David that I couldn't imagine giving to anyone else except his baby. Hear me when I say this -- really hear me. You deserve so much more than I could ever give you.
Jake: I love your sister.
Liza: You know, if you want to blame someone, you should blame me.
Liza: It was those stupid dresses. All those yards and yards of fabric. It was so easy to trip on your skirt.
Jake: Liza, no -- you're not responsible for Miaís fall. I mean, that's like trying to blame the seamstress who made the dress. Or Brooke.
Jake: Her shelter's the one that needed the funds. That's why you had the Costume Ball in the first place. Liza, don't take this on. That's ridiculous. Your sister loves you, and she knows how much you love her. And she knows that we're doing everything we can to help her, and that's what's going to pull her through.
Maggie: Are you sure you're not cold? Here, you can wear my hat.
Bianca: No, I'm too mad, thank you very much.
Maggie: Well, let's go back a sec. Why were you letting yourself into Kendallís room in the first place?
Bianca: I wanted this confession that Trey had signed. Mom said that Kendall was planning to tear it up.
Maggie: And what if she did and then tossed it? You could have been busted for breaking and entering for nothing.
Bianca: Well, I just -- I had to get my hands on that confession so maybe mom could put this whole stupid arson thing behind her and get on with her life with Chris.
Bianca: Well, why couldn't she?
Maggie: Because of course she's going to use the whole confession thing. Hello? Raging court case.
Bianca: Well, it doesn't matter now, does it? I didn't get anything except an eyeful of -- gag me -- Kendall and J.R.
Maggie: You know, you're not in the middle of it. You should relax.
Bianca: You think I'm being horribly judgmental. That's what Kendall said.
Maggie: Look, you have every right to loathe Kendall, but you cannot go berserk every single time some stupid dork falls into her web.
Bianca: Well, you know, I don't even think it's about Kendall. It's just that it's J.R. come on. Why does she have to mess around with J.R.?
Maggie: Hey, Iím not all for them, either, but why not?
Bianca: I don't know. Maybe it's not about either one of them.
Maggie: Then what? Do you think it's because Frankie was proving something with J.R.?
Bianca: I don't know. Maybe that's part of it. Maybe Kendall is right. I'm jealous. I'm really jealous.
Maggie: Of her?
Bianca: Of them. Of everybody who is just free to feel whatever they want to feel. I feel they just take it so for granted.
Maggie: And you don't feel that way?
Bianca: I feel like somebody is standing on my throat. I've always felt that way. And it's never going to change.
Kendall: It's no surprise to me, J.R. you made how you felt pretty clear.
J.R.: Yeah. So then I wait till you're vulnerable and jump you again? Nice guy.
Kendall: Would you stop playing the big, bad predator? It's not working. I'm flattered that you like me.
J.R.: I just shouldn't touch you.
Kendall: Stop, ok? Stop.
J.R.: Ok. All right. But it's got to be kind of creepy. I mean, you think of me as some kind of kid, and I keep coming on to you.
Kendall: Why am I even here if you're going to be talking for me?
J.R.: Ok. Just so you know, I get it. I mean, it doesn't matter how I feel about you. I mean --
Kendall: Are you -- sorry.
J.R.: I'm still your friend, and the rest doesn't matter.
Kendall: Ok, now are you through?
J.R.: Yes. Yeah, I am.
Kendall: Good. Good, because I have to tell you something. It does matter. It matters very much. And you matter to me, too, much more than you think.
Liza: Could I go in and sit with her for a little while?
Jake: You know, nothing would comfort your sister more than having you nearby.
Jake: Listen, I got to run. But I'll be right back, ok?
Liza: Mia, Iím just going to sit with you for a little bit, if that's ok. I really want you to get well. I want you to come home with me so I can take care of you. I'm so sorry. I'm so very, very sorry, Mia.
Jack: So, anyway, that's -- that's what I came here to say, and I just hope that I didn't upset you in saying it.
Anna: No, you didn't upset me. No.
Jack: Ok. Good. But if you want to pretend it never happened, that's ok, too.
Anna: I'm not going to pretend it didn't happen. I'm -- Iím pleased that you were honest with me. Thank you.
Jack: Thank you. I just want you to know that that welcome mat is going to stay outside my door. You understand that?
David: What? What? What -- what's wrong?
Jack: Nothing, David. Nothing at all. I just stopped by to see Anna.
David: What did he really want?
Anna: He just stopped by to see me.
David: So none of your old buddies over at the department -- they didn't put out an A.P.B. on me?
Anna: Not this time. You know, is it such an inconvenience to say good-bye to me when you leave or to tell me where you're going?
David: I went to see Maria.
Anna: Ok. So?
David: Didn't go well, ok, so Iím home. You happy?
Anna: Yes, Iím happy. I am really, really happy -- if you could drop this Ďtude long enough to find out why.
Edmund: Ok, listen, forget about how you feel about Hayward right now, ok? Forget about your mom, forget about me and everybody else and think of yourself, Maria. What do you want?
Maria: I'm not going to agree to his terms.
Edmund: Ok, but what if we got his papers, ok, his formula, his research and gave them to reputable physicians?
Maria: But he's not going to give those over unless he gets his asking price.
Edmund: Who said anything about asking for them? There are other ways.
Maria: Well, even if we had them and we could give them to a reputable doctor, nobody -- no one would try what he's suggesting. They would have to do a zillion tests, and it would be years before they could even give it to me.
Edmund: Maybe there's other ways around it.
Maria: But it's like you said -- David thinks he can do anything. So it's entirely possible that I would let him off the hook and then I would be no closer to remembering our life together than I am right now. So then where does that leave us?
Liza: What did you find out?
Adam: I don't know one thing about Mia's condition that I didn't know before.
Liza: Thank you for trying. When Miaís ready, I want her to come home with us.
Adam: Is she improving?
Liza: No, not yet. But when she's ready, I want her to come home, and I want to be able to take care of her myself.
Adam: Whatever care she needs she'll have.
Liza: You don't mind?
Adam: Liza, how could I? You know how fond I am of your sister. Colby worships her.
Liza: Well, she's my family, she's not your family.
Adam: You are my family. No matter how many stupid things I do and whatever happens between us, as far as I'm concerned, you will always be my family.
Liza: You're very kind to me.
Adam: We'll give her whatever care and therapy she needs. When I was in New York, her concern about her son and his father was very inspiring.
Liza: You were very good to help her.
Adam: If I had been as selfless as she is when I was her age, we all would have been spared a great deal.
Bianca: Ok. So, what am I afraid of?
Maggie: The same as me. You let people get close, you get burned.
Bianca: That sounds a little too easy to me.
Maggie: Well, sometimes the most painful stuff is. And, unfortunately, that doesn't make it easy to deal with.
Maggie: You know, you have all the time in the world. Why hurry?
Bianca: I don't know. I just feel like I was so close to something really wonderful.
Maggie: With Frankie.
Bianca: I miss that. I miss how she made me feel so full.
Maggie: You should treat yourself the same way that you treat other people, Bianca.
Bianca: What does that mean?
Maggie: You don't rush them. You don't pressure them. You just let them be. That's a gift.
Bianca: Yeah, well, whatever.
Maggie: Will you stop being so hard on yourself? It's only been a year since you found them together.
Bianca: I know.
Maggie: You don't think I know how hard it is for you to look at me? Hear my voice?
Bianca: I miss her so much sometimes it hurts.
Maggie: I know. Me, too.
Kendall: J.R., I don't know where this is headed.
J.R.: "This," like us?
Kendall: Well, who knows if there's even going to be an us?
J.R.: I can't tell if this is the big letdown or not.
Kendall: I don't want it to be. But listen, J.R., I can't even define what this is. I don't even know what you would call it. So trying to -- I mean, forget trying to predict what's going to happen to us.
J.R.: So we just go on being you and me?
Kendall: Right. We don't try to turn this into anything.
J.R.: We just see what happens.
Kendall: Or doesn't.
J.R.: Or doesn't. Sometimes I wish I would wake up 10 years older.
Kendall: No, don't -- don't wish for time to pass. It goes by way too quickly.
J.R.: Except when you want it to.
J.R.: So Iíll -- Iíll see you around.
Kendall: Yeah. You bet.
J.R.: I respect Ryan a lot, and what he did to you, whatever happened, it was -- it was wrong. Ryan was wrong. I would never do that to you.
Edmund: What I want, what Hayward took from you and all the people who loved you shouldn't factor in right now. Just think of yourself, Maria, and what you want.
Maria: I desperately, desperately want to remember my life, but -- I mean, even the thought of letting that psycho control my life one more second makes me sick. I'm not going to ever give him that control over me again. I'm not.
Edmund: All right, but if he has the power to restore everything back to you, everything you want, is it worth it to hold that back and just, like, not give in just to make him pay for taking it away in the first place?
David: All right, Iím sorry, ok? I just -- I've had a lousy afternoon, and I just assumed that you were going to get on my case, too.
Anna: Oh, poor you. Well, I forgive you. And no matter how miserable your day has been, it is going to get very fabulous.
David: Are you delusional?
David: Is that why Jackson came here to see you?
Anna: No. Right before he came, I was on the phone with the hospital.
David: What, the amnio results?
Anna: Mm-hmm. Perfect.
David: So the baby's all right?
Anna: Everything's fine, yes. And one other thing, daddy.
David: A little me or a little you?
Anna: It's a little me.
David: Thank God.
David: Oh, we're having a little girl.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Greenlee: You're offering me a job at Enchantment?
Trey: If you keep this up, you are going to find yourself in a world of trouble.
Chris: We're going to buy you a wedding gown.
Mia: Stop it! Why did you push me?
Liza: Mia, please.
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