All My Children Transcript Thursday 1/23/03
Proofread by Alicia
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>> Previously on "All My Children" --
Kendall: How about I take Petey to the cosmetics conference with me?
Palmer: You and my son are Aspen-bound.
Boyd: Erica doesn't like anyone spying on her.
Lena: I wasn't.
Erica: I am not fond of ultimatums.
Chris: And I'm not fond of the woman Iím engaged to using her charms on other men.
Erica: So it's your way or the highway?
Chris: You got it, babe.
Man: No, go, we got to -- I got him. Uh-huh.
Petey: Check me out. I'm king of the world.
Man: My man, Petey. You won it?
Petey: Snowboarding champion, junior division. Wait till I tell my dad.
Kendall: Yeah, yeah, yeah, he'll be very proud, I'm sure.
Petey: You're not kidding. This'll be a 20% boost in my allowance, at least.
Kendall: You are a true American sportsman. Now, will you please give me a break and go play video games until dinner time?
Petey: You'll know where to find me.
Kendall: Yeah, I'd better. Oh, Ms. Berlin, Ms. Berlin. Hi. I just wanted to thank you so much for giving me your time this afternoon.
Ms. Berlin: Oh, not at all. We were very impressed by your presentation. Send me some product. If it's as good as you say it is, you're in.
Kendall: In, as in we might have shelf space at Laceyís stores all over the country?
Ms. Berlin: We'll see.
Kendall: Well, you won't be disappointed. Greenlee can kiss my butt. Aidan? Aidan? Aidan -- oh, I'm -- Iím sorry. I -- I thought you were someone else. Sorry.
Val: Erica should review this.
Bianca: Thanks, Val.
Val: Bianca, why are you still here? I thought this Enchantment gig was supposed to be part-time. You ought to be out there dancing, throwing yourself in the mosh pit.
Bianca: Getting something pierced?
Val: Hey, don't knock it. It's the best investment I ever made.
Bianca: I'll keep that in mind.
Val: Good. You should.
Bianca: Hi, I'm calling about the cruise -- the Sophic Spring Escape. Yes, six nights, four islands. Yeah, a private room. Ocean view would be spectacular. Where do I send the deposit? Yes. Thanks, I -- I am aware that it is a ladies-only cruise.
[knock on door]
Bianca: Oh, I'm -- Iím sorry, I have to call you back. Hey --
Bianca: Come on in.
Boyd: I'm sorry to interrupt. I thought Erica might still be here.
Bianca: Oh, she's not. Is there something that I can help you with?
Boyd: Sure. It's about the FDA regulations. I was just wondering if Ericaís sources were telling us what we could expect.
Bianca: I'm -- Iím sorry. I can't help you with that. I -- my mother's sources almost never talk to me.
Boyd: Right. Hey, can I ask you something? How's Kendall doing over at -- what -- Fusion?
Bianca: Well, if you believe what she's telling the media, she's doing great.
Boyd: Yeah, that's what I expected. What, didn't you? I mean, soon, the whole country will be buying her line, you know that.
Bianca: It sounds like you've already bought her line, Boyd.
Boyd: Excuse me?
Bianca: Tell me something. You -- you don't have a thing for my sister, do you?
Boyd: You mean, it shows?
Bianca: Don't say it. You're in love with her.
Boyd: That would be a yes.
Bartender: Martini? Dirty, isn't it? It's on the house.
Kendall: Am I that pathetic?
Bartender: Could have happened to anyone. You made a mistake.
Kendall: Yeah, well, it seems like Iíve turned that into a work of art. But you know what? I will take you up on that offer. And how did you know my drink? You remembered?
Bartender: My job.
Man: Dirty martini. Oh, you read my mind?
Bartender: Not really. This one's for the lady.
Man: Oh, I see. Would you make me one?
Bartender: As soon as I grab a fresh bottle of vodka.
Kendall: You can have mine if you'd like, Mr. --
Man: Kinsey -- Michael Kinsey.
Kendall: You say that like you have a license to kill or something, Mr. Kinsey. Michael Kinsey.
Michael: Well, I don't, so I guess you'll just have to call me Michael.
Kendall: Ok, Michael. Well, I'm Kendall -- Kendall Hart.
Erica: Maxie! Hi!
Maxie: I didn't know you were here. Hi.
Erica: Will you excuse us?
Maxie: Are you introducing any product?
Erica: Oh, no, no, no, not at the moment, no. Just after the whole crush of the holiday season, I am here to treat myself to a little R&R.
Maxie: Well, just take five minutes and check out the competition. You could write off the whole trip.
Erica: I just might do that.
Maxie: Your daughter's new company is creating quite a stir.
Erica: Are you serious? Kendall is here?
Maxie: And winning over many converts, too. She says you're her role model.
Erica: She's using my name?
Maxie: Erica, she's got the goods. You should be proud.
Erica: What are you trying to say, Maxie?
Maxie: I just -- I just thought you should know. Erica, you're going to have to deal with this. She's breathing down your neck. Where are you going?
Erica: To stop her from breathing.
Maxie: But she's --
Michael: Well, doesn't look like you're enjoying Aspen.
Kendall: Why do you say that?
Michael: Well, you seem a little, I don't know, distracted. Missing someone.
Kendall: Oh. No, no, that was silly. I -- I just -- I saw somebody from the back and he reminded me of a friend.
Michael: Oh, a friend.
Kendall: Yes, a friend. His name's Aidan, and I haven't seen him in a while.
Michael: Well, I don't think I like this Aidan, not if he makes you feel sad.
Kendall: I'm not sad. I -- Iím not. Actually, I'm doing pretty good. I'm doing good. This was one of my best days ever.
Bartender: Thanks for waiting. Dirty M coming up.
Kendall: You know what? Wait a minute. Here, why don't you take mine? I haven't touched it. And I -- I really should go.
Michael: Oh, if Iíve made you uncomfortable, Iím --
Kendall: No, no, you didn't do anything wrong.
Michael: Well, then stay. I would really like to hear about your great day. Please.
Michael: Here you go.
Boyd: She'd come down to the lab when she was working here. She'd hang out.
Boyd: I think she wanted to make friends.
Bianca: Well, I guess it worked. Come -- come here.
Boyd: No --
Bianca: Let's knock this out a little bit.
Boyd: It didnít. I mean, at first, we all tried to ignore her. I mean, your mom made it pretty clear what she thought of Kendall, even if she did give her a job.
Bianca: Sounds to me like Kendallís been telling her victim story again.
Boyd: Well, we figured she was just here to cause trouble, you know? But she wasn't. I mean, she was eager. She really wanted to learn the business.
Bianca: Really? She's been saying that for months, I just thought that she --
Boyd: You know, it's easy to sell Kendall short, maybe because of the way she looks, but she's got a knack for product development. I mean, she had specific ideas we used.
Bianca: You're kidding.
Bianca: She's been bragging about that, and I thought she was delusional. So Kendall really has a talent for the business?
Boyd: Can I tell you something in confidence? I've only known one other person with the God-given instincts Kendall has for this business.
Bianca: Oh, don't even say it.
Boyd: Your mother, Erica Kane.
Michael: Well, it's one thing to have an idea, but it's another to make it happen, that's for sure.
Kendall: Well, to be honest, it really wasn't that hard. Anyway, I found myself a partner, I got a building and some start-up cash, and then boom -- there it was and here I am. It's kind of a mystery how it all came together.
Michael: It's no mystery. You love it.
Kendall: Of course, Fusion is just getting off the ground, so I must seem incredibly naive to you.
Kendall: Well, because to someone like you, one little company must mean nothing.
Michael: Someone like me. We just met.
Kendall: Yeah, but you said you import luxury goods, that you spend most of your time in Europe. You're incredibly successful.
Michael: I never said I was successful.
Kendall: Ok, you know what? The shoes you're wearing -- they cost more than my first car. Sorry. Sorry. I know it's rude to notice people's things.
Michael: Where on earth did you learn that?
Kendall: I don't know. "Masterpiece TheaterĒ?
Michael: Well, as a matter of fact, I like it when people notice my shoes.
Kendall: So, what are you doing in Aspen? Is it business?
Michael: Oh. Oh, excuse me. I have to take this. Don't go away. I won't be long.
Erica: Selling your wares, Kendall?
Bianca: Wow. Now I have heard everything. Somebody loves Kendall for her mind?
Boyd: For everything she is. Even her weaknesses.
Bianca: Oh, Boyd, please, stop.
Boyd: Bianca, I dream about her. And not just when I'm asleep.
Bianca: Ok, ok, Boyd, it's time to wake up.
Boyd: I know, I know, but I can't help it. I can't stop thinking about her. I mean, what would make her happy --
Bianca: What do you want me to say? That you have a shot with Kendall?
Boyd: Do I?
Erica: At a cosmetics convention?
Kendall: Oh, that's right -- you are cosmetics.
Erica: I just ran into Maxie Berlin. She tells me you're using my name.
Kendall: I was just answering a reporter's question. You know how that is.
Erica: Oh, really? And what are you saying to the press?
Reporter: Ladies, presenting a united front?
Erica: Excuse me.
Reporter: Mother and daughter, each with her own company. Hold for a beauty shot. Over here, ladies.
Erica: No -- no pictures, please.
Reporter: It's a keeper. This must be thrilling -- introducing your line with your mother, the Erica Kane, by your side.
Kendall: Yeah, it's pretty amazing, all right.
Erica: Could we have some privacy, please?
Reporter: Just one question. Are you rivals?
Erica: I certainly don't consider Kendall to be a competition.
Reporter: And you, Ms. Hart?
Kendall: Well, Erica has always inspired me. I hope one day to match her success.
Reporter: Don't we all.
Erica: Well --
Reporter: Thank you.
Erica: How dare you.
Kendall: How dare I what? I was asked how it felt to be competing against you.
Erica: How dare you come to this town and try to pitch your fraudulent company using my name, trying to pass yourself off as my --
Kendall: Your daughter?
Erica: Let's get this clear. You are never to mention me or Enchantment in connection with this venture of yours. If a reporter asks you a question, you ignore it. Is that understood? Because I have worked too hard. I have worked way too hard to have my reputation compromised by you. And don't think I don't know what this is all about.
Kendall: If I thought my company could succeed by trading on your name, I would flush it down the toilet.
Erica: Then you better start flushing.
Kendall: Well, you'll see. You will see -- if it takes me till Iím 90 and you're 104, I will show you what I can offer.
Erica: What you can offer? The only thing you can offer is the ideas and the personnel that you stole from my company. I'm sorry, I can't say Iíll be impressed.
Kendall: Oh, yes, you will. You will. You won't like it, but you will be
Erica: Oh. You know, I have said everything that I have to say.
Kendall: I know how you feel about me, Erica, and you know how I feel about you. But I still admire you, and I think of you as my role model. You -- you started from nothing, you had a dream, and you turned it into something from nothing. And I know that there is no other Erica Kane. But maybe I did inherit some of that strength from you.
Erica: Strength? You call what you have strength? I do have original ideas. I do have dreams. You don't have dreams. You don't have an idea in your head. All you are is, you're a -- you're a thief. You're a sneak. You're a taker.
Kendall: All right, fine. Then go ahead, spit on me, grind me into dust. If you didn't think that I could give you a run for your money, you wouldn't be in my face.
Erica: Kendall, you want to compete with me? Please, bring it on. Bring it on. What have you got? A cute name? A logo? Some vague promises of perhaps some shelf life? That's great. That's great until the consuming public out there realizes that you have zero to back it up. Can you say flash in the pan? I mean, all these fools out there who are telling you that you are the new me -- they're going to disappear -- just like that man who just walked away from you did.
Kendall: He's coming back.
Erica: Like Ryan came back?
Bartender: What can I get you?
Erica: Oh. Thank you, nothing for me, thank you. But I would imagine another round here for the lady who is drinking alone.
Bartender: You ok?
Kendall: Uh -- I should -- I should go find Petey.
Michael: Oh, I'm so sorry. I had no idea I'd be gone so long.
Kendall: Oh, that -- that's ok. Thank you for coming back. I have to go.
Michael: Oh, must you? I was hoping we could have dinner together.
Kendall: Oh, I'm not here by myself.
Kendall: I'm taking care of a 10-year-old.
Bartender: I think Petey's about ready for some nighttime snowboarding. You know, the lodge provides that for kids. Totally supervised.
Kendall: Well -- really?
Kendall: Huh. Oh. Once Petey finds out he could be on the slopes, I couldn't stop him if I tried.
Bartender: Best place for him.
Michael: I hope this means you'll join me for dinner.
Kendall: You know what? I would love to have dinner with you.
Erica: Am I in the wrong room?
Chris: Hello, beautiful. I -- I didn't like the way we left things, and I -- are you still Ė
Boyd: Yes, but you've known her a lot longer than I have. Just tell me, what does Kendall want?
Bianca: I think that Kendall probably wants what anybody wants -- to find her place in the world and be happy.
Boyd: Ok. Which is how?
Bianca: Well, I don't think Iíve ever really seen Kendall completely happy. I guess she was with Ryan.
Boyd: Fine, so Ryan made her happy. How?
Bianca: He believed in her. She saw herself through his eyes, and she liked what she saw.
Boyd: Well, she's an angel.
Bianca: Well, then she's a very lucky woman.
Michael: Of course, of course. Don't rush. I'll meet you at the restaurant. It is three doors down, literally. It's called Soraglio.
Kendall: Ok. Great.
Michael: Ok. Oh, no, no, no. Please, please, let me.
Michael: There you go.
Kendall: Oh, thank you very much.
Michael: Of course.
Kendall: I don't know if I should do this.
Michael: Do what? Have dinner?
Kendall: Well, I mean, we just met in a bar, and I don't know if this is really a good idea.
Michael: Well, if you want to bring the boy along --
Kendall: Oh, God, no! What -- it would serve you right just for suggesting it.
Michael: Well, I would gladly put up with spitballs and video games if that is what it takes.
Kendall: Yeah, well, I wouldn't. Ok, here's the plan.
Kendall: We will have a nice, quiet dinner and then we will say good night.
Michael: Sounds perfect.
Kendall: So then I'll see you in half an hour, Mr. Kinsey.
Bartender: Here you go.
Bartender: Thank you, Mr. -- Cambius?
Michael: You're welcome.
Bianca: Forget, it Boyd. I'm happy to know what's going on with you.
Boyd: Yeah, well, now that you know Iím an idiot, Iíll just get out of your way.
Bianca: As far as I'm concerned, Kendall should be so lucky.
Boyd: So just so Iím sure, you're not encouraging me, but you're not discouraging me, either, right?
Bianca: Let me put it this way. You've got a better shot with Kendall than you've got with me.
Lena: Oh, hello.
Lena: I was needing to find Erica.
Bianca: She's in Aspen.
Lena: Oh, dear.
Bianca: Oh, no. Can't it wait?
Boyd: Look, I'm going to take off.
Bianca: Ok, see you later.
Boyd: Good night.
Lena: I found a discrepancy in the IRS documents.
Bianca: Oh, dear.
Lena: I'm sure I can find the problem, but I need to get into the classified files, and my access code isn't working.
Bianca: Wow. Um -- you know -- I know Val knows those codes. Let me just check and see if he's still in his office. Val! Great! You're in luck. He's still here.
Lena: Oh, goody.
Bianca: Val, can you come into the office for a minute? I have a little problem here.
Lena: I'm in luck.
Bianca: Thank you.
Petey: I'm ready. Wow! That must have set my old man back.
Kendall: We're never going to get away with this.
Petey: Just stick to the story. You lost your luggage on the way. What were you going to do, wear a hotel bathrobe the whole time?
Kendall: Yeah, but this -- this replacement costs hundreds of dollars at the hotel boutique.
Bartender: If you don't spill soup on it, you could return it in the morning, right?
Kendall: No. I'm not returning this.
Bartender: Yeah, it'd be a crime.
Petey: You look un-frickin'-believable.
Kendall: Thanks, Petey.
Bartender: The kid's not wrong.
Kendall: Yeah, but this -- this is. This whole thing is insane. It's crazy.
Petey: I know. You pay for your part of the meal, and then he won't think that he can get lucky.
Kendall: Ok, thanks for the tip.
Bartender: Come on, Master Cortlandt.
Kendall: Go, go. Go ski.
Bartender: I'll take him personally to the snowboarding area. I'll look in on him.
Petey: I don't know why you guys worry so much. What kind of trouble can I get into here?
Kendall: Uh-huh. Ugh. Ok.
Chris: Ok, deal.
[Chris and Erica chuckle]
Erica: Oh, I just know I've never, never been so happy to see you.
Erica: You'll never guess who's here.
Chris: Well, there's only one person I know who could put that look on your face. What is she doing here?
Erica: She's starting a new cosmetics company.
Chris: Oh, well, then you have nothing to worry about. Knowing Kendall, she'll self-destruct sooner or later, right?
Erica: What do you mean by that? Do you think Iím threatened?
Chris: Did I say "threatened"?
Erica: Because I'm not.
Chris: Of course not.
Erica: She doesn't want to run a cosmetics company. She just wants to embarrass me.
Chris: Erica, she wants to be noticed by you. That's what everything has been about.
Erica: You know, maybe if she would just keep her distance, we could at least be civil to each other.
Chris: Well, that doesn't work for Kendall. She wants to be near you.
Erica: Well, it's always so unpleasant. You know, we traded insults, we hurt each other. And why? What for? I mean, I don't even want to fight anymore.
Chris: Then don't. Donít.
Erica: But, Chris, everywhere I go, everything I do, she's in my face. I just -- I wish she would leave me alone.
Kendall: Good evening. I'm looking for Mr. Kinsey.
Maitre d': Oh, yes. Right this way, please.
Kendall: Thank you.
Kendall: Thank you.
Kendall: Oh. And thank you for this.
Michael: Go on, sit down. Have a seat.
Waiter: The wine list, Mr. Kinsey.
Michael: Oh, Lizette told me that you had two bottles of Pommery 1973.
Waiter: Ah, the special stock. Of course.
Kendall: This -- this is -- this is lovely. It's very old-world.
Michael: It has an understated elegance. It suits you. Oh, I hope you don't mind -- the chef is an old friend of mine, an Austrian. He insisted on making us a special dinner. I'm sure if you're not a vegetarian, that you'll be very pleased.
Kendall: Oh, I am -- pleased. No -- not -- not a vegetarian.
Michael: Are you comfortable?
Kendall: Yeah. Why? Do I look nervous?
Michael: A bit.
Kendall: Well, I'm a little overwhelmed.
Michael: So am I.
Michael: And of course Marbella is spoiled forever.
Kendall: Oh, it's those German tourists again. What can you do with them?
Michael: Luckily, I discovered a forgotten island, Doro tea, southwest of Abitha.
Michael: Mm-hmm. Well, if I am very lucky, it should remain a secret for another year or so. It has the best parasailing in the Mediterranean.
Kendall: Oh, my God, Michael, it's a wonder you even find time to work.
Michael: Oh. I work very hard. It's just I learned to work to live, you know? Not the other way around.
Kendall: So what are you doing in Aspen? You working or living?
Michael: One of my distributors has a warehouse nearby, so I fly in two or three times a year. Have you ever been here in the spring? It's a completely different place.
Kendall: No, I havenít. I'm not really much of a traveler.
Michael: By choice?
Kendall: Not exactly.
Michael: So it's a matter of circumstance rather than desire?
Kendall: Well, you -- you're not limited at all. I mean, you discovered a secret island south of Abitha. I grew up downwind of a swamp in Florida.
Michael: Oh, I'm just your basic salesman, Kendall.
Kendall: No. There's nothing basic about you.
Michael: Well, nor about you. No, nothing can convince me that you wouldn't feel right at home among the finest things that the world has to offer.
Kendall: When -- when I was a child, I remember feeling special, and not because anybody made me feel that way, but because --
Michael: Go on.
Kendall: I felt -- I felt like -- I felt like there was a better place I was supposed to be living. Someplace else. And I felt like if I just held on, I would get there, and I would be who I was supposed to be all along.
Michael: Well, maybe you're already there.
Kendall: No, I think I would have noticed.
Michael: No. The woman who enchanted me this evening, the woman who graciously consented to be my dinner guest, is without question one of the most extraordinary women I've ever met.
Kendall: I have a feeling that that's saying something.
Michael: Well, I don't mean to be presumptuous, but you are very special. You've certainly made me feel that way.
Val: Look, even if I did call Aspen, the inn has specific instructions not to disturb ms. Kane unless it's life or death.
Bianca: Val, that is not the usual protocol when mom goes away to a convention.
Val: This has nothing to do with the convention. Chris has gone out to Aspen to surprise Erica.
Bianca: Ah. Enough said.
Lena: It doesn't matter. I can wait.
Bianca: No, no. You were so concerned before. Val, you know the access codes to the classified files. Why don't you just give them to us? I mean, Lena is having an I.R.S. problem that she really needs to fix.
Val: I'm sorry. I can't -- I really can't give you those unless I have Ericaís ok.
Lena: It's -- it's perfectly fine. I was just being -- what's the word? -- Obsessive. I wait.
Bianca: Ok. Well, thanks, anyway, Val.
Val: Ok, then. This time, Iím really going. My plants are watered, my computer's shut down --
Bianca: You've made all your long-distance phone calls from the office?
Lena: Thank you so much. I'm sorry to have kept you.
Bianca: Oh, don't worry. You didn't keep me at all. I just had some paperwork to finish up.
Lena: Oh. That's very commendable but not much fun.
Bianca: Well, what about you? You having a good time here?
Lena: At Enchantment or Pine Valley?
Lena: I like both, I think, yes. The work is challenging, the people are very friendly. I find my situation very satisfactory.
Bianca: You're from Europe somewhere?
Bianca: I went to Europe once a long time ago, but I would love to go back, maybe spend a few months there, get a rail pass.
Lena: Oh, Europe is very sophisticated. Perhaps you would feel more at home there.
Bianca: More at home than in America?
Lena: Ah, I mean, we are more progressive. It's easier for a single woman traveling. I Ė
Erica: You know that fight we had?
Chris: Fight -- oh, you mean the one you said you forgot?
Erica: Yeah, well --
Chris: What about it?
Erica: Just came back to me again.
Chris: What, is there anything I can do to make it go away again? Hmm?
Erica: The rose petals on the bed have gone a long way.
Chris: Yeah, well, I knew you'd be a sucker for that Hollywood touch.
Erica: Oh, you just -- you just know me too well.
Erica: Have you eaten? Have you considered ordering room service?
Chris: Room service. Sweetheart, we're in Aspen. Come on, we'll just go out. We'll find some movie stars.
Erica: You've never been impressed by movie stars.
Chris: You're right. But I know they'll be impressed by who Iím with.
Erica: Are you sure? It's very nice right here.
Chris: You see what time it is?
Chris: Early. So let's go out. We'll have a wonderful dinner, and then we'll take a long walk in the chilly air. And then we'll come back here. We'll figure something out.
Erica: Whatever you say.
Chris: I'll make this a night you never forget.
Kendall: Oh, no, no. I couldn't, thank you.
Michael: Then join me for a cognac.
Kendall: Ok, just one.
Michael: Ok. Two cognacs. Special reserve.
Kendall: Oh. Dinner was wonderful, Michael. And now here's something I bet you say all the time, but I never have.
Kendall: My compliments to the chef.
Michael: I'll pass them along. So you never did tell me how long you'll be here in Aspen.
Kendall: I'm not sure. How long will you?
Michael: I -- I leave early tomorrow. I have a meeting in Singapore that can't be rescheduled.
Kendall: Yes, life goes on. I should get back to Petey soon.
Chris: Uh -- let's go.
Erica: No. I will not be run out of restaurants by Kendall.
Chris: This time, you will.
Erica: But I --
Chris: Erica -- now, look. I promised you a night you would never forget. Is it going to be because of a fight in public with Kendall or because of me?
Kendall: Well, cheers to you.
Michael: Cheers. H, like e yo
Bianca: Don't stop on my account.
Lena: I'm sure you could have any number of traveling companions. I'll try again for the access code tomorrow. I'm sorry to have bothered you.
Bianca: Oh, no, Lena, no. It's no bother at all.
Lena: Oh. Then Iíll be sure to be bothering you again.
Chris: For what?
Erica: Oh, for getting me out of that restaurant. You were so smart, because Kendall was just going to provoke me. It's what she lives for. And you know what? I'm just not going to pay any attention to her. That's the way to deal with her. I just will be oblivious to everything that she tries to do.
Chris: Erica, Erica -- who are you here with right now? Kendall? Or me?
Erica: I am with you.
Chris: Oh, I like that.
Erica: Definitely you.
Chris: I like that.
Kendall: It is?
Michael: Oh, an evening like this -- it's something that happens only in books. Meeting someone with whom you're instantly comfortable. You know, if I weren't going to Singapore tomorrow --
Kendall: No, let's -- let's not say anything else. Thank you so much for dinner.
Michael: It was truly my pleasure.
Petey: Nanny Kendall!
Officer: Are you responsible for this child?
Kendall: Yes, yes, I am, but what happened?
Officer: An orgy.
Kendall: A what?
Officer: An orgy of pizza and ice cream with a dozen sugar-shocked 10-year-olds. And this one is the ringleader.
Petey: I don't know what happened. Everything went black.
Officer: Would you mind coming back inside and straighten things out with the management?
Kendall: Yeah, of course. Of course I will. I just -- I just need one minute.
Petey: What happened to prince charming? Isn't he coming back?
Officer: Ma'am, we'll wait for you inside.
Kendall: No, he's not coming back. But it was perfect while it lasted.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Simone: Greenlee is about ready to detonate.
Greenlee: I'm ready to dump you from this partnership.
Kendall: I love what we're doing. If you don't, then just leave.
Jake: I am engaged, and I'm getting ready to go home to my fiancťe.
Woman: Sure you're not in the mood for a detour?
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