AMC Transcript Thursday 2/6/03

 

All My Children Transcript Thursday 2/6/03

By Suzanne
Proofread by Kathy

Previously on "All My Children"

Greenlee: Oh! Get off of me!

Erica: This confusion company -- Fusion -- whatever -- it's not going to bring me down at all. It's not going to put a dent in Enchantment.

Maggie: If you have something to say about Henry, then just come out and say it.

Anna: Dr. Hoffman doesn't want the baby's heart rate to drop any further, so he's going to perform the surgery tomorrow.

Erica: Amateurs.

Maxie: Maxie Berlin.

Erica: Maxie, hi. It's Erica Kane.

Maxie: Erica, I was just thanking the gods for you and for Enchantment. Your valentine's promotion is flying off the shelves.

Erica: Oh, that's great. I can hear the cash registers ringing in the background.

Maxie: Oh, and I looked into your lead on Shanghai Girl's leftovers. Fusion bought out their stock.

Erica: They did?

Maxie: I'll be ready for them when they come here peddling it. I'll put those Fusion girls in their place. To even dream they could perpetrate such a fraud on me.

Erica: Well, I guess they just didn't know who they're dealing with.

Maxie: They certainly don't. Well, thank you, Erica, for the tip. Ciao.

Erica: Ah. Another masterpiece by Erica Kane.

Maxie: Bianca, I was just chatting with your mother.

Bianca: Yeah, I couldn't help overhear. She told you about Fusion's inventory?

Maxie: Slapping their label on someone else's product and marketing it as their own? It's criminal.

Bianca: What are you going to do about it?

Simone: Ms. Berlin? Your assistant said that we would find you here.

Mia: Oh, yeah, yes. So we're late, we know, but we've been up all night.

Simone: We're working on our new fabulous lip color.

Mia: But we know that you are going to be crazy about it.

Simone: Yes. Actually, I'm Simone, by the way.

Mia: And I'm Mia. The Mia.

Simone: The.

Mia: If you weren't sure.

Maxie: I know who you are, and you're wasting your time. If you leave quietly, we can avoid a very embarrassing scene. Otherwise, I'll be forced to call security.

Kendall: Greenlee, you don't have to say anything. I messed up, and I know it.

Greenlee: Did I say anything?

Kendall: No, I let you guys down. I'm sorry. I know I was supposed to be here for the lipstick assembly line --

Greenlee: But you had a gentleman caller.

Kendall: You know?

Greenlee: I heard. The most fascinating man who ever stepped off a white horse showed up and you forgot everything else.

Kendall: I know, I know. I'm pathetic. The minute an available man looks in my direction, I go running to him. I'm sorry.

Greenlee: True, but I'm not going to give you a hard time.

Kendall: Why not? We're partners, aren't we? What? You want to do all this work yourself so that you can make all the decisions? No, I don't think so. I need to carry my weight around here, so please, just accept my apology.

Greenlee: Fine. Apology accepted.

Kendall: I don't believe you. What is this, some kind of perverse mind control? Come on, Greenlee. Tell me what you're really thinking. Come on, let me have it. I can take it.

Greenlee: How stupendous was it?

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: The man. The date.

Kendall: You really want to know?

Greenlee: I do. Was it wonderful? Tell me everything and be specific.

Professor: Moving on. The properties of carboxylic acids are attributable to what kind of reaction? Fine. Mr. Chin?

Henry: The properties are attributable to reactions involving the carboxylic group, which are acids.

Professor: Correct. Moving on.

Joe: Aortic stenosis?

Jake: Yeah. Dr. Hoffman has been trying alternative treatments, Dad, but he is convinced that in utero surgery is indicated.

Joe: To operate on the baby while still in the womb -- I know Hoffman is experienced, but that's risky.

Jake: I know. I know, but at this point, there's no other option, I mean, if we want to save this child.

Anna: What are you seeing now?

Dr. Hoffman: There is a thickening of the baby's left ventricle.

Anna: Which means?

David: It means our baby's heart is failing.

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

David: You know, our baby could die during surgery. She could --

Anna: We are so lucky. You know, we're so lucky. In spite of all this, that we live in a time where they have this technology that's available. It's like it's just for us so that our baby can live. Just for us, you know?

David: All right, then.

Anna: I want you to believe that. I really need you to. Everything happens for a reason, David. We conceived this baby because we love each other. And I know she hasn't had a very easy first start in her life, but we can get her through this. All right? And she'll be ours to love for the rest of our lives. Right?

David: If she's anything like her mother, this baby's going to be able to pull herself through anything.

Professor: All right, can anyone tell me the reactants in the Williamson synthesis?

Professor: Too easy, Ms. Stone? Hmm? Too difficult? Say something, Ms. Stone.

Maggie: In the Williamson synthesis, the reactants are halocarbon and sodium salt of alcohol.

Professor: Very good. I'm impressed. That doesn't usually happen. That's all for today. Your last pop quiz. And let me warn you, some of you are already failing this class.

Professor: Ms. Stone, will you stay? I want to talk to you.

Kendall: I would hear about it for the rest of my life.

Greenlee: Oh, Kendall, if I thought I was going to know you for the rest of your life --

Kendall: Oh, come on, Greenlee. Everything I say, you will use it against me. I know you. I know you. You should come with a Miranda warning.

Greenlee: I said never mind. It looked like you wanted to share.

Kendall: Share?

Greenlee: But I guess you don't want to talk to me, so --

Kendall: What the hell happened in here anyway?

Greenlee: Pipe burst.

Kendall: Oh, God.

Greenlee: It's fine now.

Kendall: What, did you get hit on the head or something?

Greenlee: What?

Kendall: Well, why else would you be so nice to me?

Greenlee: I'm tired.

Kendall: Yeah, that must be it. Do you really want to know?

Greenlee: Tell me.

Kendall: Okay. Well -- it was a dream. Michael flew me to New York City in his own private helicopter. And don't ask how beautiful the star or the skies were because I don't remember. All I remember was us talking the whole way up. And he really listens, too. He really listens to me. I don't even censor myself when I talk to him the way I usually do, not to sound stupid.

Greenlee: You do? I hadn't noticed. Go on.

Kendall: Anyway, we had dinner downtown at Le Matisse. But don't ask what that place was like, you know, or the food because all I remember is Michael, Michael looking at me, just me. It was as if no one else existed but us.

Greenlee: And after dinner?

Kendall: No, it wasn't like that. We came back here, and he said he wants to see me again.

Greenlee: Kendall --

Kendall: No, Greenlee, Greenlee, please don't. Don't throw cold water on this. Please don't.

Greenlee: I wasn't going to.

Kendall: You think it's too good to be true?

Greenlee: I think you went to New York in a helicopter with a handsome guy who finds you fascinating. It sounds wonderful.

Kendall: And you're saying don't make more of it than it is?

Greenlee: Is there more?

Kendall: Well, I asked him what brought him to Pine Valley. He has interests all over the world, you know.

Greenlee: I didn't, but okay.

Kendall: And he said he couldn't stop thinking about me.

Greenlee: He made you feel like you're the only woman in the world and all he wants is to be where you are, because if he can look into your eyes, he'll be happy.

Kendall: You making fun of me?

Greenlee: No, I'm not making fun of you. I'm --

Kendall: You're what?

Greenlee: Remembering.

Maxie: Well? What are you waiting for? Shall I call security to remove you?

Mia: There must be some mistake.

Simone: Yeah, yeah. You spoke to one of our Fusion partners.

Mia: We were asked to bring some samples of our new lip color --

Simone: Right, for possible shelf space.

Maxie: And exactly how much of that lip color is your own? Besides the label, I mean.

Mia: Excuse me? I --

Maxie: Didn't you distribute lipstick samples acquired from a failed company?

Simone: Right, right. We're all done with that. That's all gone.

Mia: It's true that Fusion's initial entry -- but not these --

Simone: Right.

Mia: Was acquired from an outside supplier.

Simone: Right. We're past that. We've actually developed our own product line, and it's 100% original.

Mia: Guaranteed.

Simone: Yes.

Mia: Please, Ms. Berlin. Try it. We made it ourselves.

Simone: It's fabulous. Really.

Maxie: I've made my decision. This spring, Lacey’s will feature exclusively the Enchantment line.

Simone: Oh, please don't say that.

Mia: Oh, please, if you'll only try it, you'll see --

Simone: Yeah, just -- yeah, a chance.

Bianca: No, wait a minute. I'll try it.

Mia: Why would you try it, Bianca?

Bianca: I'm just dying to know how great you guys really are.

Simone: Then go on. Knock yourself out. I'm sure you'll find it fabulous.

Bianca: Hmm.

Bianca: Nice texture.

Mia: Thank you.

Bianca: Thank you.

Bianca: Huh. What's this color called?

Mia: It's called Merlot.

Bianca: Hmm. Cool.

Simone: It's beautiful.

Mia: Do you like it?

Bianca: I really like it.

Simone: Uh-huh.

Maxie: You're telling me you'd buy it?

Bianca: Yes, I would buy it.

Maxie: Over Enchantment's cherry smash?

Bianca: Um -- you know, they're entirely different. I would buy both.

Simone: Well, consider it on the house.

Mia: Thank you. Thank you, Bianca.

Maxie: You guarantee this is 100% original?

Simone: Absolutely.

Maxie: And Lacey’s will be the first store to carry it?

Mia: So far, you're the only store.

Maxie: All right. We'll try it for 30 days. If it doesn't move --

Simone: Then we'll come back and get it.

Mia: We will.

Simone: And we won't have to, though.

Mia: No, in fact, we'll probably have to right back to Kendall's kitchen --

Simone: Shh.

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Maxie: Oh. I've got to take this. We'll be in touch.

Simone: Thank you, Bianca. Really, that was so great of you.

Mia: How can we thank you?

Bianca: No, gosh, don't mention it. Just -- in fact, don't mention it to anyone.

Simone: Right.

Mia: Right.

Simone: Your mom would probably have a stroke.

Bianca: Yes.

Mia: But now, thanks to you, Fusion and Enchantment really are competitors.

Simone: Yeah!

Bianca: Yeah, I wouldn't go that far. And by the way, that's the kind of thing I'd rather you not say to people, the "thanks to me" part.

Mia: Of course. Right.

Simone: Yes.

Bianca: Besides, I didn't really do anything. I mean, all I did was tell Maxie what I honestly thought.

Simone: Well, why did you, though? I mean, you didn't have to.

Bianca: Well, I mean, she was refusing to even look at your product. I didn't think it was fair, that's all. I think you guys deserve a shot.

Mia: And now we've got one, thanks to you. Right.

Bianca: Right. Well, so long, and good luck.

Simone: Thank you. If there's any way that we can return the favor --

Bianca: No. Not at all. Just let's keep this between us.

Mia: Oh! We did it! We are on our way. Okay!

Kendall: I know I'm getting ahead of myself, and I shouldn’t. On the other hand, I always picture the worst, and I'm trying not to do that, so I -- I really -- I don't know how to take all of this.

Greenlee: Well, just don't think. Just enjoy it.

Kendall: Right. Enjoy it. That's what I have to do. I just have to enjoy it. Only I --

Greenlee: What?

Kendall: I can’t. I can’t. I have to know what's next.

Greenlee: Well, that's just it. You never know what's going to happen next.

Kendall: Is this sort of how you felt when you first fell in love with Leo?

Greenlee: Well, Leo wasn't smooth the way your friend is, but he did have that talent for making the rest of the world disappear.

Kendall: How long before you knew?

Greenlee: That I was in love with him?

Kendall: Mm-hmm.

Greenlee: Leo and I made love for the first time on an empty set at wrcw.

Kendall: Oh, I guess it wasn't something you planned.

Greenlee: I never could have planned for it. But I fell in love with him while we were making love. What could be more romantic than that?

Man: Ahem.

Greenlee: Carlos. I didn't hear you come in.

Carlos: I -- I was here.

Greenlee: What is it?

Carlos: I need to look at the wall and check the water pipe.

Greenlee: So, go ahead.

Kendall: Who's that?

Greenlee: Carlos, this is Kendall, one of the founding partners. This is Carlos. He kept the place from flooding last night.

Carlos: Mucho gusto.

Kendall: Oh, well, thank you very much.

Carlos: My work will be quick.

Kendall: Oh, no. Feel free. Take your time. Make yourself feel right at home.

Carlos: No. I don't think so.

Mia and Simone: Money! Money! Money! Money!

Mia: Whoo! Whoo!

Kendall: What happened? What happened?

Simone: Oh, we are so in.

Mia: Money, money, money, money.

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: You mean Lacey’s?

Simone: Oh, gosh.

Mia: She loved the product.

Simone: Oh.

Mia: It's on the shelves, as we speak. She gave us 30 days!

Simone: To order more. Thank you.

Greenlee: That sounds too easy.

Kendall: Well, you guys must have done a hell of a sell job.

Simone: Well, yes, but the product did sell itself.

Mia: Yes, and she loved the way that it looked on -- we can't tell you.

Kendall: Wait, wait, wait. What do you mean, you can't tell us?

Greenlee: Tell us everything.

Mia: Well, first, she threatened to call security.

Greenlee: What?

Mia: She knew about Shanghai.

Greenlee and Kendall: What?

Mia: She did.

Greenlee: Shanghai was top secret. Who could have told her?

Kendall: Guess.

Erica: Shelf space? She gave this thing shelf space?

Bianca: I was there when it happened.

Erica: Oh, but how can Maxie do that? How could she do that after all she owes me?

Bianca: Mom, Maxie works for Lacey’s, not for Enchantment.

Erica: But even so, I mean, she knows this is just leftover inventory from Shanghai.

Bianca: And how does she know that, Mom?

Erica: Did you really expect that I would keep that to myself, Bianca? I felt obliged to let her in on this.

Bianca: What? Is that the cosmetics industry code of conduct?

Erica: Well, it just doesn't make sense. Something must have happened after I talked to Maxie.

Bianca: Well, first of all, it's not the stuff from Shanghai. What Fusion gave out at the student center is not what she brought to Lacey’s.

Erica: Well, even so, I mean, Maxie is well aware of it, that her customers -- they come there looking for the very top-of-the-line things. They come there for Enchantment products. They come there for me. I mean, my goodness. The customers may even wind up thinking that this -- this greasy, disgusting stuff is mine, it's Enchantment's.

Bianca: I don't think so, Mom. I think that Greenlee and the others are going to make very sure that people know what's what.

Erica: Well, I really don't understand, because if this is not the leftover inventory from Shanghai, then that means they have already gone into production, and I really don't understand that. Hmm.

Bianca: Nice texture, huh? You don't know you have it on.

Erica: Bianca, don't tell me. You're not.

Bianca: Yeah, they let me try some on. Oh, Mom, it's good. It's really good.

Erica: Val, I want Boyd Larraby and I want him now.

Maggie: I got a 100?

Professor: That's what you get when all the answers are correct.

Maggie: Yeah, I guess so. Well, thank you. Is there anything else?

Professor: Yes. You know the material, Ms. Stone. But in my class that isn't quite enough. I want you to speak up, join the discussion. You have a great deal to contribute.

Maggie: I do?

Professor: Yes, you do. If this is what you want, it's within your grasp. There is no one in this class you need to defer to, not even Henry Chin.

Dr. Hoffman: Sorry to interrupt.

David: What?

Dr. Hoffman: It's a woman from the billing department. I'm afraid they need your signature again, in triplicate.

David: Oh, that's the easy part. If they want my firstborn, they can just forget it. I'll be back, okay?

Anna: Okay.

David: Okay.

Anna: Could you grab me this phone, please? Thank you. I just want to make a phone call. Thank you.

Anna: Trey? Hello?

Trey: Hey. Anna, where are you?

Anna: I'm here. I'm here in Pine Valley.

Trey: You're here? Is everything okay?

Anna: Yeah. Well, I have to go into surgery. They have to operate on the baby in utero.

Trey: Oh, Anna. What do you need? Is there anything I can do?

Anna: Yeah. David's here, obviously. I know it's short notice, but he needs someone to help him through this. Could you --

Trey: Anna, Anna, of course. I am on my way.

Anna: Thanks. I'll see you after it's over.

David: Well, that's it. Can't get our money back now.

Dr. Hoffman: Everything is ready.

David: Thank you.

Anna: Whoo. Wow.

David: Wow.

Anna: Are you going to be in the O.R. with Dr. Hoffman?

David: No. He doesn't need a back-seat surgeon. Not unless you want me there.

Anna: I want you to have faith. Can you do that for me?

Greenlee: What else did Erica say to you in Aspen?

Kendall: It was just a long rant about how I'm using Erica's name to get ahead -- like I would ever use her name to get ahead. That would defeat the whole -- anyway, I didn't. I didn't do it.

Simone: Yeah, anyway, who doesn't already know that Erica Kane is your mother?

Kendall: A lot of people don’t. And I can't help it if Maxie was excited. I mean, she said I had Erica's passion and Erica's fire.

Mia: That's good, right?

Kendall: Well, I guess she meant it as a compliment, but I wasn't crazy --

Greenlee: Oh, God. Did you diss Erica to Maxie? I mean, they're like this.

Kendall: No, as tempting as it was, I remained very positive.

Mia: Are you sure you didn't mention the Shanghai stuff?

Kendall: You know, I'm not stupid.

Greenlee: Okay, if a cosmetics company opens or closes its doors anywhere in the world, Erica knows about it.

Mia: Yeah.

Kendall: Yeah, and so she knows about Shanghai Girl. And who knows who else she told?

Mia: But we're not recycling their products anymore. We're on our own, and Fusion's real product is top-rate.

Kendall: Yeah, but if Erica's badmouthing us to everyone --

Simone: Well, wait a minute, and why -- I mean, she can't even be threatened. We're not even anybody yet.

Greenlee: But she is threatened. Why is that?

Mia: Why?

Greenlee: Well, you said it yourself.

Mia: What did I say?

Greenlee: Fusion's product is top-rate, and Erica's smart enough to sense that, even before we're on the market.

Kendall: That's right, she can sense a winner, and that's what we are. We're winners.

Greenlee: Yeah, if Erica's already playing dirty, we're on the right track.

Kendall: You guys can do without me for half an hour, right?

Simone: Whoa, whoa, where are you going?

Kendall: As flattering as it is, I cannot have Erica badmouthing our company's reputation.

Simone: Oh, so what? You're going to go there and tell her to stop it, and then she's going to what, stop it?

Mia: You know, you're just going to make her more mad at us.

Simone: Yeah, do we really want a full-out blown-out enemy with Erica?

Kendall: Erica already is our enemy. As long as I'm around, she always will be.

Simone: Oh, wonderful.

Mia: Look, isn't there any way that you two could just, like, I don't know, kiss and make up?

Kendall: No.

Simone: Okay, then. We've got to make this work for us as best as we can, so now we're going to have to be David against Enchantment's Goliath.

Mia: Well, aren't we?

Greenlee: Yes.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah.

Mia: So this is a strategy, right? We want sympathy and we want press.

Simone: Yeah, that's the idea.

Greenlee: So go to her, Kendall. Make sure Erica knows we're not afraid of her, and don't leave until she feels like crushing the life right out of us.

Kendall: Okay, I will, I will.

Greenlee: It'll be the best thing that ever happened to Fusion.

Kendall: That's right. I will press every button I possibly can, and this time there will be no downside to it. None.

Simone: You go, girl.

Erica: It's impossible. It's impossible. They don't have a chemist. Look.

Bianca: I know, Mom.

Erica: Whoever made this really knew what they were doing. It had to be somebody with a lot of expertise. What's this?

Boyd: Well, it's lip color, and according to the label, it's Fusion.

Erica: Yes, yes, I know that. I want to know how they made it.

Boyd: I'm not quite sure I understand what you're asking.

Erica: Okay, Boyd, Fusion is just a label. They have not yet commissioned a lab. I happen to know that for a fact. And yet they were able to come up with a really first-rate product on their first try.

Boyd: It looks pretty damn good, doesn't it?

Erica: I want to know how they did that. Okay, Boyd, I want you to take that down to the lab and break it down. I would like you to analyze it.

Boyd: I don't need to, Erica. I -- I already know what's in it. I was there when they made it.

Man: Pretty impressive in there. I mean, the mental telepathy you got going with the mighty Chin.

Regina: Maggie came up with the answer by herself. So could you, if you did the work.

Maggie: Thanks. Not that I need your help.

Regina: You don't need my help and you don't need to study with Henry Chin. And if you're smart, you won't.

David: I've been taking credit for your work for years. And even when I decided to be big enough to let you share with me, I get credit for humility. So I can't lose, right? I can't lose. I guess I'm in line for an overdose of some real humility, huh? Well, here I am. I'm humbled. But if this is something else, if this is you trying to punish me for past deeds, you remember it's not just me here. There's Anna and our little girl. So just back off. Find some other way to get back at me, all right? Listen, if my little girl dies, all those lives you want me to save and all those good works you still want me to perform -- you can just forget it.

David: Oh.

Trey: Hey. How's Anna doing?

David: Well, they're just bringing her into surgery. How did you know?

Trey: Anna called me. Just before she went, she asked me to be here with you.

David: She's still thinking of me.

Trey: Well, she loves you, David, very, very much.

David: Well, you know, I've got her in the best possible hands, you know. I mean, Dr. Hoffman -- he's the best in the world.

Trey: I'm sure he is.

David: Anna wants me to have faith. I'm not really sure what that means.

Trey: Faith. I'm not sure I do either. But from what I hear, it's there for the asking.

Maggie: Do you know, that is the 187th cryptic comment you have made about Henry and me.

Regina: Well --

Maggie: Is it a jealousy thing?

Regina: As if. Henry likes working alone.

Maggie: What, are you his mother now?

Regina: God forbid.

Maggie: Regina, what the hell is your problem? What is that supposed to mean? Useless.

Henry: What was that about?

Maggie: I don't know. Why don't you tell me, because that girl keeps on dropping me clues, and then she just runs away.

Henry: Then don't pay any attention. It's just because we're Chinese and you're not.

Maggie: Excuse -- what? What is that supposed to mean? What? Oh, wait. I'm sorry. I guess I was absent the day that they said that you guys can be bigoted and everyone else can't.

Henry: No, it's not that. It's just a cultural thing.

Maggie: A cultural thing? So Regina doesn't think that I can be your partner because I'm not the right culture?

Henry: No, look, you don't understand.

Maggie: Well, then you can you explain it to me?

Henry: No, I can’t.

Maggie: Why not?

Henry: Look, you don't understand and you never will.

Maggie: Fine. Then next time you can answer the damn question yourself.

Erica: You were there when they made it? Where is "there"?

Boyd: Kendall called me. She asked me to stop by her condo.

Erica: Her condo?

Bianca: Oh, Kendall rented Hayley and Mateo's old place.

Boyd: Anyway, she sounded like she was in trouble. I mean, she's just moved in, so I figured it was an apartment problem, you know, like a gas leak or a mouse or something.

Erica: What?

Boyd: I mean, I had no idea she was there with her co-workers manufacturing product.

Erica: Wait a second. Are you trying to tell me that those Fusion harpies were cooking this up on Kendall's stove?

Boyd: That's what I'm telling you, yes.

Erica: But you helped them?

Boyd: Of course not. Well, not exactly.

Erica: Well, what do you mean by that, "not exactly"?

Boyd: Well, when I got there, they -- well, Kendall and the others couldn't keep the lip color from sticking. I did mention they needed to let it cool. Of course, they would have figured that out anyway.

Erica: Why, of course. Why, of course.

Boyd: Erica, they were following instructions from the Internet. It's not as if they stole some huge industry secret.

Erica: But you helped them, and they are a competing company. You helped them when you have brand-new exclusive contract here with a big fat raise.

Boyd: I realize that, Erica.

Erica: Boyd, look, you're good. You're very good. But I gave you that big fat raise and this exclusive contract with more vacation time out of loyalty, out of your history here with Enchantment. And this is how you repay me?

Boyd: Erica, I would never be disloyal to you. I made a helpful comment like any friend would have done.

Erica: A friend? Boyd, is that why you think Kendall called you over, as a friend? What, for a housewarming? Do you think she would even remember you if you weren't my top chemist? Boyd, this is how Kendall operates. I'll tell you about your friend Kendall -- she's a liar, and she's a thief.

Boyd: Erica, stop it.

Erica: She was caught red-handed here.

Boyd: Stop it! Don't talk about her that way.

Erica: I beg your pardon?

Boyd: Look, Erica, I know the history, okay? Everyone knows. You see her as a devil child. Well, I don’t. I see a girl who's bright and funny and innocent, who's only try--

Erica: Innocent? Kendall is innocent? Oh, no. Oh, Boyd. You're in love with her. God help you, Boyd.

Simone: So, if Merlot is a big seller, then we can always go for Beaujolais.

Mia: Shouldn't we worry about creating a lip color before we try to come up with a name?

Simone: No, no, not necessarily.

Greenlee: Yeah, if people are going for Rioja and Merlot, they're going to love Beaujolais.

Simone: Right. And if they're so into their wine lip colors, then they're probably going to be too smashed to actually pucker up and put their lipstick on.

Greenlee: Oh. Ahem. Yeah?

Carlos: I cannot finish now. I need more supplies to fix the wall.

Greenlee: Sure. Whatever.

Carlos: I'm sorry. I know you want me gone.

Greenlee: No, it doesn't matter. As long as you get it done right.

Carlos: Of course I will.

Greenlee: No, no, no, I didn't -- look, Carlos, you're doing a great job. You saved my butt last night, and --

Carlos: Wait. Look, I fixed the pipes. That's all.

Greenlee: No. No. It's an expression. I didn't -- okay, in the words of Ricky Ricardo, "Ay, ay!" Look, about last night, I'm sorry about the way I acted. When you picked me up in your arms and you took me away from the water, I acted like a total bitch, and I'm sorry.

Carlos: I understand. You are just sad because your husband is dead.

David: Jake?

Jake: Trey, could you let us have a word with David, please?

Trey: Sure, sure. I'll go take care of a few things, and I'll come back.

David: Yeah, yeah. What? What? What is it? What's going on?

Carlos: Bye. Ladies, good-bye. Ay nos vemos.

Mia: Our maintenance guy sure looks nice.

Simone: Yeah, it kind of makes you want to break something, don't it?

Mia: Hmm, yeah.

Simone: So, what exactly went on here last night, chickie?

Greenlee: Nothing.

Simone: Uh-huh.

Greenlee: I couldn't say anything right, like just now, but much, much worse. Luckily, Carlos forgives me. He thinks I'm a bitch because my husband died.

Simone: Well, I can tell him that you've always been a bitch.

Greenlee: Okay, let's get back to work.

Mia: Let's do that.

Simone: All right, how about, like, Chardonnay for a lip gloss?

Boyd: I should have never given them advice about lip color.

Erica: All right, look, I don't want to talk about that any more right now. But I do think that we should talk about -- about --

Boyd: I'm sorry, Erica, no. I don't have to clear my personal feelings with you.

Erica: No, of course not. You certainly don’t. And ordinarily -- ordinarily, if you wanted to make a fool out of yourself over Kendall or over anybody else, Boyd, that really would be none of my business, but we are talking about business here. This is Enchantment. And Kendall has stated very clearly and all over the place that her life's mission is to --

Kendall: To what? To destroy you? Oh, I gave that up a long time ago.

Erica: Is that why you made really friends with my best chemist?

Kendall: Everything is not about you, Erica. I'm finally on my own. I don't need you or your chemist for that matter.

Erica: Ugh. And yet you're here.

Kendall: Yes, I am here, to tell you to stay away from me and leave me the hell alone.

David: What? A stroke?

Jake: Yes.

David: How is that possible? When did this happen?

Joe: They were just about to go into the OR.

David: Oh, my gosh. A stroke. What now? Did Anna see this? Did she see Dr. Hoffman collapse?

Jake: No. Anna didn't see a thing.

Joe: It all happened very quickly. We gave Hoffman a dose of TPA right away.

David: What -- what -- what about the baby?

Jake: David, I'm afraid the baby's showing signs of bradycardia.

David: All right, well, then we have to get another specialist in here.

Joe: No, David, we don't have time.

David: Well, we could call a MedEvac. We bring her to Boston Clinic. What are you talking about?

Jake: David, wait. I need you to listen to me. The baby's heart is failing, and we have to operate right now.

David: How, Jake? We don't have anybody.

Jake: We have you.

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

Michael: I was hoping you'd be free for dinner. How does your evening look?

Kendall: It's looking better and better.

Erica: Why are you looking at me like that?

Bianca: Because you totally blew it.

David: If you want me to perform this surgery, you've got to be the one to decide this, not me.

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