AMC Transcript Wednesday 2/5/03

 

 All My Children Transcript Wednesday 2/5/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy


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>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Anna: Dr. Hoffman's very certain that the baby's heart needs surgery.

Janelle: If you make promises to Reggie and don't deliver, you're going to answer to me.

Kendall: I'll see you in half an hour, Mr. Kinsey.

Bartender: Thank you, Mr. Cambias?

Kendall: "For last night and many nights to come, Michael."

Michael: Did I come at a bad time?

Kendall: Oh. Oh, God.

Greenlee: I should not be doing this. I'm co-founder of this company, not chief bottle-washer.

Mia: All right, I'll do it. Take a break.

Greenlee: Where the hell are Simone and Kendall, anyway? They're supposed to be helping us.

Mia: Look, Simone had her mouth glued together for the cause and Kendall's lips turned green. What more do you want from them?

Greenlee: I want them to finish the job.

Mia: Greenlee, would you just lighten up? I mean, everybody's giving everything that they can. I was supposed to spend the entire day with Jake, and I blew him off yet again. I should call him.

Greenlee: He's a big boy. He should understand that everyone should put their life on hold until we get our product out.

Mia: He does understand. But I still miss him. Voicemail. Great.

Greenlee: Guess he doesn't miss you that much.

Mia: I'll just try the loft.

Greenlee: He's a doctor, for God's sake. He's -- he's probably got an emergency. Now, let's get back to work.

Mia: Oh, great, the machine. Well, maybe he is working.

Greenlee: At least one of you is.

Mia: Look, you know what? If I don't spend some time with him soon, Fusion's hot couple is going to fizzle.

Greenlee: That's not going to matter if we don't have any product to peddle. Oh, great. We're out of containers.

Mia: What? I'll check the storeroom.

Greenlee: You think?

Man: I can help you.

Greenlee: I don't need any help.

Kendall: Okay. Oh, my God, I'm a freak show.

[Knock on door]

Michael: Kendall? Was it something I said?

Kendall: No. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't mean to slam the door in your face.

Michael: And yet it's still closed.

Kendall: Oh, I know. I'm sorry. I don't -- I don't normally do this. I don't normally do things like this or look like this. It's just that my company ran into a little snag and I ended up being the guinea pig for our new company. Not that the lipstick is going to look like this on our company because it won't. It's just that I have to perfect the formula, and so it's going to take --

Michael: I think you look gorgeous.

Kendall: You do?

Michael: If only all women looked as good as you do now.

Kendall: Keep talking.

Michael: I will over dinner. Come out with me tonight.

Trey: Janelle, I got your message.

Janelle: That's Dr. Anderson to you.

Trey: Okay, what did I do now?

Janelle: Maybe you can tell me.

Trey: If you're worried about Reggie, he's fine.

Janelle: Yeah? If he's so fine, why don't you explain this?

David: Yes, my name is Dr. David Hayward. I'm trying to reach a patient of yours. I've been doing this all day. Anna Devane. She's carrying our child, and she's a patient of Dr. Hoffman's. He's out of the country? What are you talking about, he left the country? He can't do that. She flew there to see him. He's supposed to tell me whether my child needs surgery or not. Well, did he leave any information for me about the child?

Edmund: What did you do to Maria?

David: Not now, Edmund. I'm busy. Look, can you please just give me Dr. Hoffman's cell phone number?

Edmund: Look, you took her blood sample. You're supposed to get back to me with the results.

David: Edmund, I'm on the phone trying to reach Anna’s doctor, okay? Just hold on for a minute.

Edmund: Okay, fine.

David: Listen, just -- you son of a bitch!

David: I've been trying to reach Anna’s doctor all day, all right? My child could be in trouble.

Edmund: My wife is in trouble, thanks to you and that stupid drug. What did it do to her?

David: Nothing.

Edmund: Nothing? She's sick.

David: Edmund, Edmund, the results came back from the blood test. The fever was not caused by the serum. She has nothing more serious than a flu. You should see a marked improvement by morning.

Edmund: Just the flu?

David: Yes, just the flu.

Edmund: There's another problem. She's gone.

David: What do you mean, she's gone?

Edmund: She's gone. She took off with that homicidal Brit.

David: She left with that -- with Aidan?

Edmund: Yes, all right? And she's not acting like herself. She -- there was a woman at Wildwind. They knocked her out, and they tied her up, and they left her there.

David: Well, look, that has nothing to do with my serum.

Edmund: Oh, yeah. Okay. All right. How can you be sure?

David: Because it's a cardiac drug, Edmund. It's not a hallucinogen, all right? So just relax. Nobody's going to find out that you fed your wife an untested drug.

Edmund: She already knows.

David: What?

Edmund: Yeah. She was sick, all right, and weak, and I was sick of lying to her.

David: So you told her? What, are you out of your mind?

Edmund: I figured you'd see it that way.

David: Look, Edmund, she's probably sitting at the D.A.'s office right now, swearing out a warrant for both of our arrests.

Edmund: Would you relax? She's with, what, England’s most wanted? I don't think so.

David: Look, she better not open her mouth, Edmund. I put enough time in this hellhole, and I'm not going to jail because of your stupidity.

Edmund: Would you stop harping about who's going to jail and whose fault it is, okay? My wife is missing, all right? My children have lost their mother again. I'd go to jail right now if I could bring her home.

David: You can go to jail all you want, but you're not dragging me down there with you.

Nurse: Dr. Hayward, there's a patient waiting to see you.

David: All right, look, just -- just get Dr. Anderson, all right?

Nurse: She asked to see you specifically.

David: Fine, fine. I'll be there in a minute. Damn it.

Janelle: Reggie has missed more classes than he's gone to.

Trey: He just keeps playing me, Janelle.

Janelle: I talked to his teachers. He has a big history test tomorrow. If he fails that --

Trey: He'll pass it.

Janelle: What are you going to do?

Trey: I'll handle it.

David: Nurse, you said there was someone that needed to see me?

Anna: You have no idea how much.

Man: I'm so sorry.

Greenlee: Yeah, you should be. Look what you made me do.

Man: I'll help you.

Greenlee: I don't need any help! And I don't need whatever it is you're selling.

Man: Selling? No, I -- I'm here to fix the pipe.

Greenlee: What?

Man: Your water pipe is broken.

Greenlee: It is?

Man: Someone from your company called me. I do maintenance here.

Greenlee: Oh. Well, then go maintain. Just stay out of my way.

Greenlee: This should have been you and me, Leo.

Michael: You know, you haven't agreed to have dinner with me yet.

Kendall: Well, you still haven't told me what you're doing here, Michael.

Michael: Business.

Kendall: I didn't know you had business in Pine Valley. I -- I wasn't even sure if I'd see you again.

Michael: Didn't you get the flowers I sent? There was a card.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, I got it. The one that said "For last night and many nights still to come"? I figured you sent that to all the girls.

Michael: Well, you're not a girl. You're a spectacular woman. Which is why I had to see you.

Kendall: Well, I -- I have a business conflict. I told you I started my own company, so I have a lot to do --

Michael: You're the new name in the cosmetics industry, yes.

Kendall: Yeah, we're -- we're pretty hot right now. We're so hot that, actually, we ran into an unexpected demand for our new product. And since our factory isn't up and running, we had to create a lip color right here in my kitchen.

Michael: Hmm. How very enterprising.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I'm sort of the go-to girl in our company. And since we had to package the products and have them on the shelves by tomorrow morning, I --

Michael: And the go-to girl can't go to dinner?

Kendall: Well, I --

Simone: Yes, she can.

Kendall: Simone, what the hell are you still doing here?

Simone: Washing the beeswax off my lips, remember? Hi.

Michael: Hi.

Kendall: Okay -- hi. Excuse me. Don't blow this for me, please.

Simone: You're blowing it for yourself. Is that not the guy from Aspen?

Kendall: Yes, it is, but I can't let him think he can just drop out of nowhere and I'll just drop everything for him.

Michael: Excuse me.

Kendall: Sorry.

Simone: Sorry.

Kendall: Michael Kinsey, this is my colleague, Simone Torres.

Simone: Oh, pleased to meet you.

Michael: Pleasure's mine.

Simone: You -- you look familiar. Have we met before?

Michael: I think I would remember such a beautiful young lady.

Kendall: Ahem, ahem.

Simone: My mistake. They say everyone has a double.

Kendall: Yep, especially here in Pine Valley.

Simone: So, where is yours?

Kendall: Uh-huh. All right, well --

Simone: Well, I will go to the office and tell Greenlee that you have been delayed.

Kendall: Okay, better put on your flak jacket.

Simone: Nice meeting you, Michael.

Michael: You, too, Simone.

Kendall: Okay, have a great day. Have a great day. Stay warm.

Simone: Okay.

Kendall: Bye-bye. Bye.

Michael: Shall we, then?

Kendall: Oh, I -- I can't go into public looking like this.

Michael: I told you, you look ravishing.

Kendall: Okay, I will try my best to believe that if you will try your best to believe it'll only take me one minute to freshen up.

Michael: Oh. As you wish.

Kendall: So, make yourself comfortable. Sit down, relax. You can listen to some music while you're waiting.

[Music plays]

Kendall: I won't be long!

Michael: Take your time.

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Anna: Oh -- oh, I missed you so much.

David: No, no, no, no. I missed you more, believe me.

Janelle: I missed you. He was completely unbearable since you left.

Anna: Oh, I can imagine.

David: Come on, come on. Let's go inside. Come here. I can't believe this. You're here, right?

Anna: Yes, in the ever-expanding flesh.

David: Oh, my gosh --

Anna: I know.

David: You're huge. Hey, baby. It's daddy. Did you miss me?

Anna: Almost as much as her mum.

David: I was so worried. I spent half the day on the phone trying to reach you and Dr. Hoffman. I thought the baby needed surgery.

Anna: I have to talk to you about that.

David: I know, I know. I worried for nothing, right? I mean, obviously you're here, so everything's okay.

Anna: Not exactly. I have some bad news.

Trey: Hey, Reggie, you here?

Reggie: Later.

Trey: Whoa, whoa, wait, wait, wait. I got dinner.

Reggie: Save it.

Trey: You got a history test tomorrow, right?

Reggie: Maybe. What's it to you?

Trey: And have you studied?

Reggie: You're kidding, right? Look, step aside, man. I got people waiting for me downstairs.

Trey: You got people waiting for you to fail. I'm not going to let that happen.

Reggie: Yeah? You got something to say about it or something?

Trey: Yeah, I say that you're going to pass this test if we have to stay up all night studying for it.

[Noise]

Greenlee: Hello?

Greenlee: Anybody there? Kendall, you better get over here before I kick your bony little butt to the curb.

[Simone sighs]

Greenlee: It's about time. Where have you been?

Simone: Funny you should ask --

[Phone rings]

Greenlee: Fusion cosmetics, Greenlee speaking. Hi, Jake. Mia is getting supplies right now. Well, when she gets back, she's not going to be really able to chat, so don't bother calling back, all right?

Simone: What did you just do?

Greenlee: Mia's been, like, obsessing on the guy. She's not getting anything done.

Simone: He's her fiancé.

Greenlee: So she can talk to him at home. We're on the clock here. At least I am. Where have you been? And where's Kendall?

Simone: Something came up.

Greenlee: Something more important than filling our order for Lacey’s?

Simone: You remember that guy from Aspen, the one who sent her the roses?

Greenlee: Yeah? So?

Simone: He just showed up out of the blue on her doorstep, and he's taking her to dinner.

Greenlee: So she's blowing us off for some guy again?

Simone: Not "some guy." The guy.

Greenlee: Right, "the guy." He's probably some creep cruising for ski bunnies. He'll dump her the minute he gets what he wants -- which, knowing Kendall, will be pretty soon.

Simone: How did you get to be so cynical?

Greenlee: I don't know. Let me think. Was it when my best friend slept with my father or when my husband got killed by his homicidal mother?

Simone: You know, if Leo were alive, he would --

Greenlee: He'd be laughing at you for being such a patsy. Next thing you know, you're going to be telling me you believe in love at first sight.

Simone: It could happen.

Greenlee: Yeah. Only in fairy tales.

Simone: So you're saying that it doesn't exist in the real world? Well, you know, you could turn around right here and now, and there he is -- that man who will take your breath away.

Man: Oh. Lo siento. I'm sorry.

Simone: Oh, no. No, don't be.

Man: Perdoneme.

Simone: Perdoneme. Who was that?

Greenlee: Some janitor that does maintenance here. Did you call about a broken pipe?

Simone: Oh, no, but bless the one who did. Did you get a load of that tool belt? Hot.

Greenlee: He is?

Simone: Oh, please, girl. Do not tell me you did not notice.

Greenlee: I have other things on my mind.

Simone: Right. Like Leo.

Greenlee: That's right. I don't care about any other guy who's not Leo.

Simone: Well, when are you going to start? Greens, you should be able to look at a great-looking guy without feeling guilty.

[Music plays]

woman: Thank you, Mr. Cambias.

Michael: The name is Kinsey.

Woman: Of course.

Kendall: I took a little longer than I expected.

Michael: Here's a little something extra for a job well done.

Woman: Very good, Sir.

Michael: Bye.

Kendall: What did you do?

Michael: Did I overstep?

Kendall: No. No, are you kidding me? The place looks fabulous.

Michael: Good. Because I was hoping you and I could spend some more time together if you didn't have to rush home and clean up.

Kendall: Oh, no, I would never rush home to clean up. How -- how did you do this?

Michael: I have my ways. May I get the lady a dirty martini?

Kendall: But wait -- where did that come from?

Michael: Shh. No more questions. Just enjoy. Now --

Kendall: Oh, my God.

Michael: What shall we drink to? First impressions or second chances?

Kendall: Hmm.

Kendall: No, wait a minute. Wait a minute. I can't do this.

Greenlee: I won't apologize for grieving my husband. If you think I should've moved on by now, that's your problem.

Simone: My problem is that you won't let the rest of us move on. Greenlee, we all want great jobs, but we also want lives and we want to find someone that we can share our lives with. But let me get this right -- you know, but if you can't, we can't, right?

Greenlee: It's not my fault that none of you can hold on to a guy.

Simone: Well, it is when you demand that we're here 24 hours a day.

Mia: Hi, I got --

Simone: It's your fault when you hang up on Mia's fiancé and don't even care about how that's going to affect Mia.

Mia: You hung up on Jake?

Simone: Yes.

Greenlee: Jake will get over it. He'll call back.

Simone: You told him not to!

Mia: You did?

Simone: And what about Kendall? Here this gorgeous guy whisks her off like a knight in a fairy tale, and all you can do is bust her bubble.

Greenlee: Because there are no fairy tales, okay? And the sooner the rest of you accept that, the better off you'll be.

Michael: Have I done something wrong?

Kendall: No. No, you did everything right -- so right that you're freaking me out.

Michael: Okay. Well, I'm afraid I don't understand that.

Kendall: Michael, you're like every wish come true. And I've learned from experience that when something feels too good to be true, it usually is.

Michael: So you prefer things to go wrong?

Kendall: No, but they usually do. When something feels this right, it usually means that there's disaster lurking around the corner.

Michael: Okay, well, I tell you what -- I will round every corner before you to make sure that there is nothing waiting to pounce. Sometimes dreams do come true.

Kendall: I wish that --

Michael: Shh, shh. I'll prove it to you -- if you let me.

Michael: No fire-breathing dragons in sight. Shall we?

Kendall: Yeah.

***********************************************


Trey: All right, name the date when the Japanese attacked Pearl Harbor.

Reggie: Like I care. Come on, man, why are you wasting my time on this?

Trey: Because you got to know this if you are going to pass tomorrow's test.

Reggie: Pass? I'm already failing. One test is not going to make a difference.

Trey: If you get a B, it will make all the difference.

Reggie: A B? A B. The next time I get a B in history will be my first.

Trey: Yeah, well, it helps to set goals, Reggie.

Reggie: Look, the school doesn't teach me anything I need to know.

Trey: You need to graduate. If you don't graduate, you'll never get a decent job.

Reggie: Well, who's going to hire me?

Trey: Nobody if you don't have a diploma. But if you study and you graduate, you could do whatever you want.

Reggie: Are you tripping? What's wrong with you? Have you looked at me lately? Are you colorblind?

Trey: I am -- I am serious. What do you want to do, Reggie?

Reggie: It doesn't matter.

Trey: Yes, it does matter! Would you just -- just answer me this -- what do you want to do when you're 20?

Reggie: I'll probably be dead.

Anna: So, after all the testing and then they pumped me full of steroids, and there was really no significant change, no improvement.

David: So the baby's heart rate didn't go up?

Anna: Actually, it dropped a little. So Dr. Hoffman feels that surgery is our only real option.

David: But -- then I don't understand. Why did you leave Switzerland? If our baby needs in utero surgery, Dr. Hoffman is our best hope.

Anna: I didn't want to be alone.

David: Baby, you weren't alone. Robin was with you.

Anna: Yes, I know. Of course, Robin was wonderful, but, you know, she has a lot of her own responsibilities and she already has an awful lot of catching up to do at school.

David: I'm sure Robin would've been more than happy to stay an extra few days if you needed her. Did you even tell her that the baby needed surgery?

Anna: I didn't want to worry her.

David: All right, so you -- you walked away from the top specialist in the field, you got on the plane, you put yourself and the baby at risk because you didn't want to worry your older daughter. That doesn't make sense.

Anna: I had to make a very quick decision, David. I'm almost eight months, and Dr. Hoffman doesn't want me to travel after that.

David: All right. Okay, all right. Well, then -- then we got to get going. Come on.

Anna: David, please, what are you doing?

David: Anna, just come on.

Anna: Wait -- you have to listen to what I'm saying.

David: No, we got to leave.

Janelle: Dr. Hayward, you have another hour left on your shift.

David: Revoke my parole if you want, all right? I need to get Anna to the airport.

Anna: No, no, you're not.

David: Yes, we need to get you to Switzerland -- now.

Anna: No, I'm not.

David: Anna, we don't have much time. We have to do this.

Anna: David, please, would you listen to me? I'm sorry. Excuse us. Listen. The only reason I came home was to be with you. Now, I know if they operate on our baby and you're not there, you're going to lose your mind.

David: That's not important. It doesn't matter how I feel. What's important, what matters is that you and the baby get the best possible care. Anna, Dr. Hoffman -- we need him right now.

Anna: We have Dr. Hoffman. He's here. He's going to perform the surgery here.

David: Here? In Pine Valley?

Anna: Yeah. Why not? You know, I mean, the hospital is equipped with a world-class neonatal unit. Besides, Dr. Hoffman was coming to the states. He has a medical conference or something.

David: Yeah, but -- but the baby and the traveling -- that was okay?

Anna: It was fine. I asked him if there was any risk, and I would never have gotten on the plane if there were. David -- Dr. Hoffman has assured me that he can perform the surgery just as successfully here with you by my side, which is what I want. It's what I need.

David: You made all these arrangements without even telling me?

Anna: Yeah, I'm a big girl. I didn't want to tell you in case it didn't work out, you know.

David: You did all this for me? After everything I've done to jeopardize you and this pregnancy?

Anna: Oh, come on. You're not blaming yourself for this baby's problem, are you? Come on, you're a doctor. You should know better than that.

David: Come on, Anna, you and I both know that I put you through hell your first trimester. You know that.

Anna: I -- I think we're both responsible for that. I really do. No one caused this baby's heart defect. I'm just trying to make it easier to fix, I hope.

David: You mean easier for me. You are amazing. You know that? With everything going on in your mind right now, you still find time to think about me and worry about me?

Anna: Well, I guess that's what you do when you love someone.

David: I do love you. You know that, don't you?

Anna: I know. I ought to hit you in the head for trying to drag me out of here.

David: What can I say? I'm a jerk, all right?

Anna: Yeah.

David: I'm so glad you're here, baby. And I'm going to take some time off, okay? I'm going to get you ready for the surgery. I'll do whatever I have to, okay?

Anna: There's not a lot of time. Dr. Hoffman doesn't want the baby's heart rate to drop any further, so he's sort of switched his schedule around and he's going to perform the surgery before the conference.

David: When?

Anna: Tomorrow.

David: Tomorrow?

Anna: Tomorrow.

Trey: What do you mean, you're going to be dead? What, are you sick?

Reggie: No. I just know what happens to guys like me.

Trey: Oh, okay, so you're psychic? You can predict the future? Great.

Reggie: Look, I don't have to. Half the guys I came up with are already dead. The rest of them are in jail. That's just the way it goes, and I can't change that.

Trey: Oh, whatever you say, because you seem to have all the answers -- all the answers except for these.

Reggie: You think passing some history test is going to change my life?

Trey: You're right. You're right. One test is not going to change your life, especially with that kind of attitude. So why don't you just sit back and wait for someone to shoot you.

Reggie: What do you know about my life? You're some hotshot lawyer with a phat crib.

Trey: Oh, you think somebody handed me my job, my apartment? I went to school every single day. I took every single job I could find just to get here.

Reggie: It's different for you, all right?

Trey: Oh, because I'm white? Great excuse. You are so sure that you're going to die, then I'm wasting my time.

Reggie: Where are you going now?

Trey: Cutting my losses. I know enough losers. I don't need to know another one, so get out. Now!

Kendall: Thank you. So, when you said we were going to dinner, I thought you meant the Valley Inn, not New York City.

Michael: Oh, it is entirely your fault. When you came out looking like that, I had to take you someplace memorable.

Kendall: Oh, and you just happened to have this helicopter handy? That's very nifty, especially since you said you were just a salesman.

Michael: Did I mention I'm really good at what I do?

Kendall: Hmm. Somehow that doesn't surprise me. So, what -- what exactly do you sell, anyway?

Michael: Oh, please, please. My job is very boring. I would much rather talk about you. Besides, it seems you've had an eventful day.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, I'd say. I thought I was going to model our new lip color, not be the test dummy.

Michael: Well, I have to tell you, your dedication to this new venture is admirable.

Kendall: Well, we're not the giant Enchantment is, but we will be.

Michael: So that's your goal, to beat the giants in the cosmetics industry?

Kendall: Yeah, well, why dream small? Besides, the beauty business is in my blood.

Michael: Certainly beauty is.

Kendall: I'm talking about my mother.

Michael: Is your mother as beautiful as you are?

Kendall: You have -- you have no idea who I am, do you? You ever hear of Erica Kane?

Michael: Yeah, who hasn't?

Kendall: Well, I like to call her mommy dearest.

Michael: Erica Kane is your mother?

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, not that she'd admit it.

Michael: Hmm. Well, now I know where you get your drive and ambition.

Kendall: Yeah, well, Erica built Enchantment out of nothing, and I plan to do the same thing for Fusion -- or better.

Michael: Now, doesn't this put you in direct competition with your mother?

Kendall: Oh, please. She doesn't see me as competition. She acts like I'm some gum she stepped in -- which is why she's not going to know what hit her when I blow her cosmetics empire right off the map.

Michael: So your goal is not to emulate your mother but to destroy her?

Kendall: Yep. Now you know the real me. I'm not a princess. I'm a dragon out to slay the evil witch.

Michael: As I recall, most fairy tale princesses have to destroy the witch in order to survive.

Kendall: So you don't think I'm terrible?

Michael: Uh-uh. I think you're driven, and I wish you success.

Kendall: Yeah, well, wishing it is not going to make it happen. Neither is running away on a moment's notice to have dinner with a handsome stranger.

Michael: Okay, next time I plan a trip to Pine Valley, I will let you know in advance.

Kendall: Oh, thank you. But you didn't -- you didn't tell me what brought you to Pine Valley.

Michael: You did.

Mia: Oh, God. Jake's still not answering his cell phone and he's not home.

Simone: Okay. Go, find him, take him to dinner, and then apologize for wasting your entire day bailing me out of jail.

Mia: But the lip color.

Simone: You know what? I will deliver it to Lacey’s myself.

Mia: Are you sure?

Simone: You would do it for me if I had a life, right?

Mia: Thank you so much.

Simone: You're welcome.

Mia: Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Simone: Okay. Oh, my. It's a little heavier than it looks. Uh, excuse me?

Man: Me?

Simone: Oh, most definitely. Could you -- could you just give me a hand with this?

Man: Of course I will.

Simone: Oh, good.

Simone: Well, it's definitely not a problem for you. Como te llamas?

Man: Carlos.

Simone: Ah. Me llamo Simone.

Carlos: Where do I put her?

Simone: Her?

Carlos: It. The box?

Simone: Oh, yes. Right. My car. It's right by the door. I'll show you. I'll go with you. Thanks.

[Clanging]

[Clang]

[Clang]

[Clanging]

Greenlee: Shut up! Um -- ah, jeez. Somebody help!

Kendall: I thought you said you came to Pine Valley on business.

Michael: Well, I haven't exactly been able to concentrate on my work since I met you.

Kendall: So you just -- you just flew all the way to Nowhereville, Pennsylvania, just to see me?

Michael: That's right.

Kendall: Why would you do that?

Michael: Don't you know?

Michael: Because you're worth it.

Greenlee: Ah -- hello!

[Clanging]

Greenlee: Help! Maintenance guy! Oh, man!

Carlos: Yes. Get off, get off, get off.

[Greenlee screams]

Greenlee: Get off of me! Get off me! Ugh! Don't you ever touch me again!

Carlos: Don't worry. I won’t.

[Greenlee screams]

Trey: Stop wasting my time.

Reggie: Well, stop pushing me, then.

Trey: You need to be pushed. And if you're not going to crack those books right now, then you might as well leave. I'll drop off your books and everything, all your stuff, at the clinic tomorrow.

Reggie: You're dreaming if you think one night of studying is really going to help me pass that test.

Trey: Well, maybe I am, but don't you think we should find out?

Reggie: Look, I already know. You're the one that's going to find out.

Trey: I'm willing to risk it. Now, start with Chapter 3, the beginning of World War II.

David: Tomorrow's going to be a really big day.

Anna: Today was a big day.

David: Yeah. Ahem. I just got to get my coat, all right?

Anna: Ooh.

David: What?

Anna: No, no. No, no, it's okay. Here. She's kicking.

David: Oh. Hey, baby. You take it easy, all right? You give your mother a break. And your daddy -- your daddy and your mommy love you very much. You remember that, okay? Don't worry.

Anna: I'm not. I'm just -- I know what's the matter with me. It's the hormones. I'm just thinking about -- when I was first pregnant, everyone was saying how incredible it was, you know, given my history. I never thought I'd have another child.

David: It was a miracle.

Anna: I didn't feel like that at first. I didn't. I was so wrapped up in our problems, you and me, and the fact that my ankles were swelling and I was eating so much --

David: Well, that was all natural. You know that, right?

Anna: But I felt that there was something wrong with me because I didn't feel a bond with my baby, you know, like other mothers do. I kept waiting for that feeling to happen. And then when the doctor -- when he said that there was a problem with her heart, I knew that this little being was the most important thing in my life.

David: Me, too.

Anna: I can't wait to hold her and tell her how much we love her, but I'm sort of scared that --

David: You will. I promise you. I will do whatever it takes to make sure that that happens.

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

Erica: Those Fusion harpies were cooking this up on Kendall's stove?

Maxie: You're wasting your time. If you leave quietly, we can avoid a very embarrassing scene.

Greenlee: About last night -- I'm sorry about the way I acted.

Anna: What are you waiting for? We should be in surgery, right?

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