AMC Transcript Tuesday 1/14/03


All My Children Transcript Tuesday 1/14/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Alicia

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

[Phone rings]

Jamie: Turn it off already. Have some consideration.

Adam: Why don't you just mind your own business?

Liza: Honey, just be quiet.

Jamie: Yeah, "Honey," why don't you shut your big, fat --

Adam: If it isn't young Jamie Martin.

Trey: What do you know about Reggie?

Janelle: He struggles to keep out of the gang life.

Trey: I'll do everything I can for this kid.

Greenlee: I think I'm losing my mind.

Lysistrata: Good. You called me. Are you going to tell me why?

Greenlee: Don't you know? You're the shrink.

Lysistrata: True, but I don't read minds. Now I'm going to lie down, because watching you pace is wearing me out.

Greenlee: I can't believe I'm paying for this. Something happened. Don't you care?

Lysistrata: You sound angry.

Greenlee: I am. You remember Trey, Leoís brother?

Lysistrata: Mm-hmm.

Greenlee: He kissed me.

Lysistrata: Woo-hoo! It's about time.

Young woman: Hey, Maggie, you made it.

Maggie: Yeah, I stood outside shaking for 10 minutes, but I made it.

Young woman: I know. Organic chemistry is hard enough without having Professor Stevens.

Maggie: So you've heard about the rumors, too?

Young woman: What rumors? Everyone knows it's a total weed-out course. You can't cut it here, you're out of Pre-med.

Maggie: And Stevens doesn't make it any easier, does she?

Young woman: Nope. Scary, huh?

Maggie: Very.

Maggie: Who is that?

Young woman: That's Henry Chin. And he shouldn't be in this class. He should be teaching it.

Woman: Good morning. This is organic chemistry. I am Professor Shambala Stevens. And before we begin, I would like you to take a good look at the student sitting to your left, and then at the one sitting to your right because by the time we conclude this course, one of those seats will be empty.

Adam: Uh, Mr. Martin, may I ask what you're doing here in a movie house in the middle of the afternoon?

Jamie: I'm watching the movie. What do you think?

Adam: You're watching a movie?

Jamie: Yes.

Adam: Listen, why aren't you at school?

J.R.: There's no way that's my dad. Not here, not now.

Laurie: It's him, J.R., and he's here with your stepmom. What are we going to do?

J.R.: I don't know. I swear, they never go to the movies. I mean, we have our own screening room. What is he doing?

Laurie: He's --

Adam: Does your mother know you're here?

Jamie: It doesn't matter.

Adam: Does your father --

Patrons: Shh!

Adam: "Shh," yourself! Does your father know you're here?

Laurie: He's talking to Jamie. Jamie wouldn't tell him --

J.R.: No, no, Jamie wouldn't say anything. But we got to go. Now.

Woman: Shh.

Adam: J.R. J.R., what are you doing here?

Patrons: Shh!

Woman: Ow!

Adam: J.R.. J.R., I asked you a question. What are you doing here?

J.R.: I'm watching a movie. What are you doing here?

Laurie: J.R. --

Jamie: J.R., Come on, don't do this.

J.R.: What? He wanted to know.

Joni: Jamie, stay out of it.

Adam: You think your attitude is funny? You're supposed to be at an interview for Harvard.

Man: Hey, we're trying to watch a movie. Keep it down!

Liza: I am so sorry.

J.R.: I changed my mind.

Adam: Without telling me?

Liza: Could we take this outside, please?

Adam: What is your problem? Don't you realize how important this interview is?

J.R.: I never asked for the interview or for you to get involved.

Man: Take it outside!

Adam: What difference does that make?

J.R.: Forget it. I'm out of here.

Adam: No, no. No, you're not.

Man: Let him go, for crying out loud.

Adam: I've arranged everything. They're waiting for you. Is this the way you want to present yourself?

J.R.: I don't want to present myself at all. Why can't you get that?

Adam: Look, we still have time to get there if we leave right now.

J.R.: Do you listen? Do you listen? I'm not going to the interview, and I'm not going to Harvard.

Liza's voice: My whole life has been wrapped up in being Mrs. Adam Chandler. I live in his house, I work in his company. I throw charity events in his name. I don't even remember who I was before I got married.

Mia: Being married doesn't change who you are.

Liza: Well, it can. Especially when you're married to a strong, career-driven man. You go along for the ride, and sometimes on the ride you lose yourself.

Mia: Liza, you haven't lost yourself.

Liza: I feel like I have. My sense of self is gone, and I want it back.

Jake: Ah. There you go.

Mia: Oh.

Jake: Ok, let's hear it. What do you think?

Mia: Well, it was everything that Iíd ever imagined when I was a little girl -- very solid, very traditional. 1940s sitcom, sort of -- you know, the neighbors come over to borrow tools and have barbecues.

Jake: Ok, all right, so just answer the question. Is that a yes or a no?

Mia: It was great. It was a beautiful house. It's kind of big, though, you know, just for two people. Why are we looking at houses now?

Jake: Because we're going to need a new place once we get married.

Mia: Great. So -- so we can look then.

Jake: Well, why not now? I mean, that way we can -- we can get everything all ready by June, and then we won't have to move once we have kids.

Mia: Yeah, I guess. I guess.

Jake: You don't want to do this, do you?

Mia: You asked me to join you for lunch, not make a life decision here.

Jake: I surprised you by showing you a house? Shoot me.

Mia: Hmm, you know what? I'd rather shoot Marian. "And this is a bathroom, darling, and this is a living room," like we were complete and utter morons.

Jake: Mia, that's what real estate agents do. I mean, she was trying to show you a place that she thought you would love. So did I.

Mia: Well, maybe you should have started by asking me.

David: Hey, Reggie. How's it going?

Janelle: He's not exactly talking right now.

David: I can see that. All right, anybody going to tell me what's going on?

Janelle: I wish I knew. He's not talking, and the people over at Sykes Island don't know anything.

David: Sykes Island? That's not a juvenile facility. What was he doing there?

Trey: There was some kind of clerical error.

Janelle: Yeah, we got him released as soon as we found out he was there.

Trey: He's been limping and holding his side ever since we picked him up.

David: Oh, that's great. Anybody knocking him around in lockup and he can't defend himself. I got to check out his stitches.

Janelle: Look, he is not going to let you go near him.

Trey: We got there just in time. Any longer, I don't think Reggie would've made it out of there.

Greenlee: Did you just say, "it's about time"?

Lysistrata: Yes.

Greenlee: It's about time Trey kissed me? Are you warped?

Lysistrata: It's about time somebody kissed you.

Greenlee: You're crazier than I thought. Follow me here, ok? Trey kissed me. He crossed a line.

Lysistrata: And what line is that? A good-looking man kissing you isn't exactly cause for alarm in my book.

Greenlee: He's Leoís brother, Lysistrata! There's a huge element of creepy in that.

Lysistrata: Is he not as good of a kisser as Leo? Is that why you're all flustered?

Greenlee: He's Leoís brother! The point is he had no right. It was completely disrespectful to Leoís memory and to my personal boundaries.

Lysistrata: Well, Leoís gone. You weren't being disrespectful. You weren't being unfaithful.

Greenlee: That is so not the issue here. I am not interested in Trey. I have never been interested in Trey. I will never be interested in Trey.

Lysistrata: Because he's Leoís brother.

Greenlee: No, because he's Trey. And I told him that.

Lysistrata: And what did he say?

Greenlee: That he understands. But then he goes and he does something that completely proves he doesn't get it.

Lysistrata: Like kiss you?

Greenlee: Yes! Like kiss me and hug me. Oh, and then when he tries to be there for me, forget it.

Lysistrata: Well, let me ask you something -- why do you think he's doing all this?

Greenlee: Guilt.

Lysistrata: Really?

Greenlee: He's the reason Leoís dead, Lysistrata.

Lysistrata: Huh. I thought you said that Leoís mother, Vanessa, killed him.

Greenlee: She did.

Lysistrata: So then why do you blame Trey?

Greenlee: Because he could have saved Leo and he didn't. He's nothing but a wimpy little coward.

Lysistrata: He saved your life.

Greenlee: So what? That means I owe him something in return? I don't think so.

Lysistrata: Well, did Trey say that you owe him anything?

Greenlee: No. But I know what he's doing, ok? I know when someone's putting the moves on me, thank you. And then, to top it all off, David -- David defended him.

Lysistrata: Huh. Well, why do you think David did that?

Greenlee: Oh, who knows with those two. Maybe they're trying to bond as brothers, you know, by driving me crazy.

Lysistrata: That's possible.

Greenlee: Or maybe David feels responsible for Leoís death, too. I mean, if it weren't for their screwups, Leo and I would be in Paris right now and you wouldn't be here.

Lysistrata: Hmm. So David and Trey forced Leo to postpone your move?

Greenlee: They kept needing him. I mean, David told Leo to go to Paris with me, but did Leo listen to him? No.

Lysistrata: So then, how is it Davidís fault that Leoís gone?

Greenlee: Oh, because -- because -- because he -- ok, fine, maybe Davidís not responsible. But that doesn't give him the right to keep telling me how much Leo loved me, and it sure doesn't give Trey the right to kiss me.

Lysistrata: No, it doesn't.

Greenlee: I just want them to realize that they're nothing like Leo and they never will be, and just leave me alone. Why can't I get them to stop?

Lysistrata: Because, obviously, you don't want them to.

David: So what do you think? Should we send Reggie home?

Janelle: What?

David: Well, if we can't get a look at him --

Janelle: Look, what about his wound? It could be infected.

David: It could be, but if I can't get near him, what am I going to do about it?

Janelle: I don't know. Look, he doesn't have anywhere to go right now.

David: Why can't he just go home?

Janelle: Alone? No.

David: Well, what about his mother or some other guardian?

Janelle: I looked for his mother after he was arrested. I couldn't find her.

David: Ok, so what are we going to do? We going to let him stay here?

Janelle: I can't do that.

David: Obviously.

Reggie: Look, I can hear you.

Janelle: Reggie. Look, I was thinking, you know, that maybe you could crash at my place.

David: Your place?

Janelle: Just until social services finds a group home.

Reggie: No -- no group homes. Look, you can just squash that right now.

Janelle: Look, Reggie, it's that or juvie. You know what? Fine. You decide because you're doing a great job so far.

Reggie: I can take care of myself.

David: Yeah, we can all see that.

Reggie: Look, I don't need your charity.

David: No, you may not need that, but what you do need is to be examined. So come on, Reggie, let me at least take a look at you.

Reggie: Yo, I told you, hands off.

Janelle: Ok, fine. You won't let Dr. Hayward look at you, then I will.

Reggie: I don't want your help, either!

Janelle: Reggie.

Trey: Let me.

Janelle: You? What do you know about it?

Trey: I know enough. I'll bring him back.

Prof. Stevens: Next class will be in the lab, so bring your safety goggles.

[students laugh]

Prof. Stevens: You'll need to partner up before you leave, and choose wisely. Labs account for 60% of your grade.

Maggie: Hey, Regina, do you want to be my lab -- partner.

Regina: Sorry, Iím partnered up already.

Maggie: No, no. No problem at all. Hey --

Young woman: Hey, do you want to be my partner?

Young man: Sure, yeah.

Young woman: Ok.

Woman: I'm going to speak to the manager. This is ridiculous.

Adam: Fine.

Man: I hope they throw you out of here for good.

Adam: Shut up. 

Man: Moron.

Liza: Can we just go? This is embarrassing for J.R.

Adam: That's too bad. This can't wait.

Liza: Can we just go home? We can talk about this in private.

Adam: No, no. If we go home, you'll call that ridiculous shrink who got us here in the first place. No, I'm -- no, Iím not leaving until this is settled.

J.R.: It is settled. I'm not going to Harvard, and I'm not going to that interview.

Adam: Maybe I didn't make this clear to you -- that interview was not exactly easy to set up.

J.R.: Oh, let me guess -- you got a blister from writing out a check.

Joni: Jamie, please, let's just go.

Adam: I made a donation, yes. I'm not ashamed of that.

J.R.: Well, maybe I am, ok?

Laurie: J.R. --

Adam: Well, if you think your less-than-remarkable first quarter grades make you Harvard material -- you have to impress these people!

J.R.: You already did that when you wrote out the check. What do you need me for?

Adam: Well, if writing a check is all it took, do you think I would have bothered setting up those math tutoring sessions? Do you think I would have made all those appointments with your teachers and your principal?

J.R.: Whatever.

Adam: No, it's not "whatever." Don't "whatever" me. Success requires hard work! It requires discipline! Those are two concepts that you fail to grasp.

J.R.: So you help me by throwing money at a college of your choice?

Adam: I'm trying -- I'm trying to give you an opportunity that I never had. If I have the power to make that happen --

J.R.: Then that's what's going to happen, right?

Adam: You might start by being a little more grateful about it. My father wasn't there to help me when I needed it.

J.R.: Yeah, I know the whole rags-to-riches story. How you -- how you came out of Pigeon Hollow and made something of yourself. I've heard it. I'm not -- Iím not impressed.

Adam: Are you saying my life is something to joke about?

J.R.: You're the one who has it good. Huh? Now you can bribe judges with sex. You can commit people to loony bins. You can even buy your son into Harvard. Good for you.

Adam: Son, Iím trying to help you. All you have to do is apply yourself like I did.

J.R.: But I'm not like you, Dad, and I don't -- I don't want to be. You're the last person I want to be like. Ever.

Lysistrata: Who is it you blame for your husband's death? Trey? David? Leo himself?

Greenlee: Exactly what is the point you're trying to make here?

Lysistrata: Maybe you like having his brothers around so that you have somebody to be angry at.

Greenlee: Oh, yeah, yeah. That's it, exactly.

Lysistrata: Or maybe you don't want to face the person you really blame for what happened to Leo.

Greenlee: The person I really blame?

Lysistrata: Yes.

Greenlee: The person I really blame for all this is Vanessa.

Lysistrata: Hmm. Why would Vanessa want to kill her own son?

Greenlee: Well, she didn't. She loved him.

Lysistrata: So Vanessa never threatened Leo?

Greenlee: No. When she came here that night, she threatened me. She put a gun in my face.

Lysistrata: Your face, not Leoís.

Greenlee: She needed me to get to him. I was the bait. She told him she'd kill me if he didn't do what she wanted.

Lysistrata: Which was run away with her.

Greenlee: Yeah.

Lysistrata: We both know he was never going to do that. Is that why she killed him?

Greenlee: No. Vanessa -- Vanessa never meant to kill Leo. She loved him.

Lysistrata: Like Leo loved you.

Greenlee: Leo loved me more.

Lysistrata: You two shared a very powerful connection, Greenlee.

Greenlee: That's why Vanessa hated me. That's why she wanted to kill me.

Lysistrata: So your life was in jeopardy, and you needed Leo to come and rescue you. That's why Leo went to Miller's Falls.

Greenlee: Yeah. Yeah, that's why.

Lysistrata: So Leoís life wasn't in danger until his phone rang, he picked up, and heard your voice?

Greenlee: That -- that's not true.

Lysistrata: Greenlee, why was he there? How did he know how to find you?

Greenlee: Because I -- I called him.

Lysistrata: Because you called him, and he came. Why did he come?

Greenlee: Because. Because he loved me. He wanted to save me.

Lysistrata: And he did. Only there was nobody there to save him.

Greenlee: Because I called him. Oh, my God. I was the one who was supposed to die that night, not Leo. He's dead because of me, isn't he? Isn't he? 

Liza: Adam, could we please go home?

Adam: J.R. is throwing his life away because he can't keep his hands off some girl.

Liza: Adam.

J.R.: What did you just say?

Jamie: He means like he can't keep his hands off my mother!

Joni: Jamie!

Jamie: What? I'm not going to stand here and listen to him harp on J.R. when he doesn't account for his own actions.

Joni: You're disrespecting Mr. Chandler. He's an adult.

Jamie: I don't care. J.R.'s my brother. He needs somebody on his side.

Liza: Nobody is taking sides, Jamie.

Adam: Jamie, you'd be wise to listen to your friend.

Jamie: Hey, don't tell me what to do.

Joni: Jamie --

Jamie: What? I'm not going to stand here and have him yell at me and yell at J.R.

Joni: What choice do you give him? And the way you talk to your father and the way you jump up to defend him?

Jamie: Joni -- come on, Joni.

Adam: You see that? You see it? You see how easy it is for a girl to lead you around if you let her?

J.R.: That's not what's going on here.

Adam: Oh, really? Just tell me what is going on here! I suppose J.R. is in love with you.

Laurie: I -- he's not.

J.R.: Just leave Laurie out of this. She's none of your business.

Adam: It is my business. You get her pregnant --

J.R.: If I what? What is the matter with you?

Liza: Adam, that's enough! Laurie, I am so sorry. Mr. Chandler did not mean that.

Adam: No, don't -- don't apologize for me!

Laurie: I would never -- he'd never --

Liza: Laurie.

J.R.: Laurie, wait.

Adam: J.R. -- no, listen, we're not finished.

Jake: You know, I take you to look at a house, and I'm the bad guy here? Mia, I didn't say buy the house. I just said look at it.

Mia: Jake, look, sometimes you just spring things on me. Like the proposal.

Jake: Oh, yeah, that was really terrible, wasn't it?

Mia: No, it wasn't terrible. It was wonderful. It's just that not everything can be so sudden like that.

Jake: No? Except when it's something that you want, right?

Mia: Whoa, whoa. What is that supposed to mean?

Jake: I'm not really sure what it means, Mia. You know, I'm just doing everything in my power to make things right for us. I'm working really hard.

Mia: Well, maybe that's your problem. Maybe you're trying too hard. Maybe we should just slow down and take some time to think things through, like, do we want a condo, or do we want a house in the country? And do we really want to be planning for kids when I haven't had my career sorted out?

Jake: You can do whatever you want.

Mia: Not really. No, I can't, not if it involves the kind of hours that you put in.

Jake: Mia, I support you in whatever you want to do. I don't care. If you don't want to work, you don't have to work. You can stay at home.

Mia: And be a housewife? Like that's not work?

Jake: That's not what I was implying. You know what? I got to go to the hospital.

Mia: Wait a minute. Wait. You're just going to walk out on me?

Jake: No, I'm walking out on this discussion. We could say that I'm postponing it like you did our wedding.

Mia: Jake, wait.

Jake: It feels like that's all I ever do, Mia. I'll see you around.

Regina: Professor Stevens?

Prof. Stevens: Regina, right?

Regina: Yes. I'm partnered with Melanie.

Prof. Stevens: Ok. Got it. Thank you very much. I'll see you next class.

Melanie: Ok. Bye.

Prof. Stevens: Mr. Chin. You left without giving me the name of your lab partner.

Henry: That's because Iím going to do the labs alone. I don't need a partner.

Prof. Stevens: That's funny. I thought I set the protocol for this class.

Henry: Professor Stevens, if you think I can't handle --

Professor Stevens: Henry, this class has an even number of students for a reason. Miss Stone?

Maggie: Yeah?

Prof. Stevens: Do you have a lab partner?

Maggie: Oh -- no. No, I donít.

Prof. Stevens: Well, you do now. Henry Chin, Maggie Stone. See how nicely that works out? I'll see you next class.

Trey: Reggie? Come on, kid. Reggie?


Trey: Whoa, where you going? Where you --

Reggie: Hey, hey, let me go!

Trey: You going to run?

Reggie: Just let me go.

Trey: I said, are you going to run?

Reggie: Look, I don't have to answer to you!

Trey: Look, you run, you are going to end up exactly where we found you today at Skyes Island. Huh? You want that? Do you?

Trey: Good.

Trey: Looks like you're still hurting.

Reggie: Yeah, what do you care?

Trey: I donít. I just don't want you bleeding on my jacket, that's all.

Reggie: I'm fine.

Trey: Yeah, well, you should still get it checked out. Come on. Look, the way I see it, you got a choice. You can stay here and freeze to death, get picked up by the cops and go back into custody, or you can do the smart thing and come with me.

Reggie: I don't want any more of that foster care Janelle is selling. I can take care of myself.

Trey: Yeah, well, you probably can. But in the eyes of the law, you're a minor, and you need adult supervision.

Reggie: I don't think so.

Trey: I used to think the same thing when I was your age.

Reggie: Yeah, I bet. I bet you had a real rough time, right? Look at you, man. You don't know nothing about me.

Trey: You know, you think you're some great mystery to me? I have been in your shoes, right where you are right now, more times than I can remember.

Greenlee: All this time I've been blaming Vanessa, David, Trey. But it was me. It's my fault that Leoís dead.

Lysistrata: Blaming yourself doesn't make you responsible for what happened to Leo, Greenlee.

Greenlee: I even blamed Leo -- you know, for not putting us first -- but -- but I'm the one who should have put him first. I never should have made that stupid phone call. I should've just let Vanessa do whatever she wanted to do to me.

Lysistrata: Greenlee --

Greenlee: He was my husband. He never should've been at those falls.

Lysistrata: But if he hadn't, you'd be dead.

Greenlee: I should be dead! I should be. I should have loved Leo enough to give my life for him, the way that he gave his life for mine.

Lysistrata: What was so great about Leo that his life deserves to be spared and yours doesn't?

Greenlee: Because Leo -- he had passion and energy, and he was charming and sexy and loving and funny, and -- he knew how to live, you know? I mean, really live. And I -- what do I have? What do I do? Nothing. I take up space in this stupid loft and wish I'd died with him.

Lysistrata: Well, then, there's really only one thing left for you to do.

Maggie: I'm sorry that Professor Stevens forced me on you. So, do you live on campus?

Henry: Mm-hmm.

Maggie: Ok, great. Well, that'll make it so much easier for us to get together, and this is my phone number. Call me any time. I'm up.

Henry: No, I work alone.

Maggie: Right, but Professor Stevens assigned us together, so --

Henry: Yeah, I've got to talk to her about that.

Regina: Hey, guys, I left my notebook in here. Didn't mean to interrupt.

Henry: You didn't.

Maggie: Uh, Henry, you forgot to take my number. And, well, I sort of missed the part when you give me yours.

Henry: I'll call you.

Regina: Well, Maggie, you'll never hear from him.

Reggie: Sounds like you got bounced around.

Trey: Yeah, I did.

Reggie: Gee, I feel for you. I relate, ok?

Trey: Oh, really? Do you?

Reggie: Are you done? Because I don't have time for this. You really want to do this?

Trey: Look, you don't want to listen to me? Fine, I accept that. But you are sure going to listen to Janelle.

Reggie: Am I?

Trey: Yes, you are. For some reason, she happens to give a damn about you. So if she says you're going to the doctor, you're going to the doctor, even if I have to drag you to that clinic myself. Got it?

Greenlee: This chair is heavy.

Lysistrata: Oh, do you complain about everything?

Greenlee: Gives me something to do.

Lysistrata: Ok, put the chair here.

Greenlee: In front of the window?

Lysistrata: Yeah. Go ahead. Come on. Ok, now get up.

Greenlee: Get up? Up where?

Lysistrata: Yeah, come on, get up on the chair.

Greenlee: This chair is very expensive. The fabric on it alone --

Lysistrata: Get up!

Greenlee: Oh -- you know, it's kind of cold up here. How long do I have to stand here?

Lysistrata: Who's really concerned with time and frostbite in the end?

Greenlee: In the end? Is our session over? Oh, my God, did you hypnotize me?

Lysistrata: Didn't you say that you should be dead? That without Leo, all you do is take up space?

Greenlee: Yes, that's what I said.

Lysistrata: Well, go ahead. There's your chance to put things right. Go ahead.

Greenlee: Go ahead and what?

Lysistrata: Jump.

Adam's voice: I suppose J.R. thinks he's in love with you.

Laurie: I -- he's not.

J.R.: Just leave Laurie out of this. She's none of your business.

Adam: No, I'll be damned if she isn't my business. You get her pregnant --

J.R.: If I what? What is the matter with you?

Liza: Adam, that's enough!

Laurie: J.R.?

Jamie: No.

Laurie: Jamie. I thought you were J.R.

Jamie: Is he meeting you?

Laurie: I don't know. What are you doing here?

Jamie: I'm looking for Joni.

Laurie: Oh.

Jamie: You ok? What happened after I left?

Laurie: More yelling. It was horrible.

Jamie: Causing those scenes -- Mr. Chandler's a real jerk, you know that? I mean, he does stuff like this all the time. You can't let it bother you.

Laurie: It was different this time.

Jamie: How?

Laurie: It just was, ok?

Jamie: Laurie, the guy is a control freak.

Laurie: What happened at the movie theater wasn't his fault.

Jamie: Then whose fault was it?

Laurie: Mine.

Adam: There's one thing I want to make perfectly clear. You're right about one thing.

J.R.: Oh, yeah? What's that?

Adam: You're not me. You're my son. And as long as you're living under my roof, you will do as I say. And if I say that you are going to study every afternoon, harder than you've ever studied in your life, you know what you're going to be doing?

J.R.: Yeah, and if I don't?

Adam: Don't push me on this, J.R.

J.R.: Why? What are you going to do? What's the worst that can happen? You going to take away my TV? You going to lock me in my room? Are you going to send me away someplace like you did mom? Or Liza, when she finally got sick of you?

Liza: J.R., I think you're both upset. You need to --

J.R.: How could you go back to him? He's sick -- I mean, the way he treats people.

Liza: J.R.

J.R.: No! No, I didn't start this. He did. But I'm going to end it. You're not going to control my life.

Adam: Come back here --

J.R.: Sit!

David: Any sign of them yet?

Janelle: Nope.

David: I can understand where he's coming from -- you know, feeling cornered, feeling like no matter what, nobody's going to give him a fair shake.

Janelle: Yeah, I guess you would. Do you think that your brother can really get through to Reggie?

David: I don't know. I mean, Trey is persuasive, but Reggieís a tough kid.

Janelle: Yeah, that's what -- that's what worries me. You're back.

Trey: Yeah.

David: So, did you find him?

Trey: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I found him. Come on, let's go. Come on. He's ready to see the doctor now.

David: Good work.

Janelle: Thank you.

Regina: Henry's not going to call you, Maggie.

Maggie: Yeah? Well, he took my number, so I actually think he just might.

Regina: Really?

Maggie: Yeah, and if he doesn't, I will call him.

Regina: Good luck getting his number.

Maggie: What is that supposed to mean?

Regina: Just be careful.

Lysistrata: Are you going to jump or not? Now I'm getting cold.

Greenlee: I don't want to die.

Lysistrata: You don't?

Greenlee: No!

Lysistrata: Are you sure?

Greenlee: Yes, Iím sure! Does a girl who wants to die spend a fortune on new shoes? I mean, look. How pretty they -- whoa, whoa! I don't want to die. I don't want to die. I don't want to die.

Lysistrata: Good.

Greenlee: Wait. Where are you going?

Lysistrata: Home. Time's up.

Jamie: How is what happened between J.R. and his dad your fault?

Laurie: They were arguing because of me.

Jamie: Look, things were bad between J.R. and his dad long before you were around, and they'll still be fighting long after. It's not because of you, ok?

Laurie: Do you think he's right?

Jamie: Do I think who's right?

Laurie: Mr. Chandler, about what he said about me being a bad influence on J.R.?

Jamie: No way. No way. Uh-uh.

Laurie: But you didn't hear the things he said.

Jamie: It doesn't matter what he said. I don't care what he has to say about anyone.

Laurie: You didn't hear him.

Jamie: Laurie, listen to me. Listen to me.

Laurie: What?

Jamie: Any guy -- any guy would be lucky to have you. J.R. Chandler included.

Laurie: You're sweet.

Jamie: Yeah? Well, tell Joni that.

Laurie: If I get a chance, I will.

Jamie: Good. Well, it's getting cold out here. How about I walk you home?

Laurie: Ok.

Liza: Adam, are you ok? Let me help you up.

Adam: Whoa.

Adam: J.R. --

Adam: Oh, my God. What have I done?

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

Kendall: You want to have some fun?

Aidan: You're going to give me some right here with Maureen in the other room?

Chris: Enchantment is going under, Erica.

Greenlee: That kiss was just as much my fault as it was yours.

Woman: Show us the beginning of a passion so powerful it could melt the world.

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