All My Children Transcript Friday 4/18/03
Proofread by Alicia
Edmund: Mmm. Are these the best ice cream sundaes in the world or not, huh?
Colby: Real good. Want a bite?
Mia: Oh, no. No, sweetie, I better not.
Colby: It's really good, Aunt Mia.
Maddie: You should have one, every day.
Liza: Oh -- David Hayward's here. I wonder how his baby's doing.
Edmund: I just saw her with Anna. I mean, they looked ok, but I'll check. Hold on. Excuse me. Hayward.
David: Great. Look, if you came to see me because of Maria, I'll tell you exactly what I told her -- there's nothing I can do to help.
Edmund: Maria came to you for help?
David: Tonight. Look, forget it, all right? Excuse me -- I'm still waiting on that order for Hayward.Maria: Hello.
Aidan: Hey. How are you?
Aidan: Oh. And where have you been all day?
Maria: Oh, I've -- you know, I was running errands -- I had this little doctor's appointment.
Aidan: Oh, yeah? You ok? How'd it go?
Maria: Yeah -- oh, no, it's no big deal. It was just -- you know, just a checkup.
Aidan: Oh, good. Can I get you a cocktail?
Maggie: Hi, guys.
Aidan: Hey, cuz.
Maria: How are you?
Maggie: Hey, cuz. How's it going?
Maggie: Are you guys here for open mike night?
Aidan: I don't think so.
Maria: Oh, God, no.
Maria: That'd be no, no.
Aidan: Can I get you a drink?
Maggie: Oh --
Maria: Want to join us?
Maggie: Oh, oh, oh -- well, Henry's joining. Is that ok?
Maria: Oh, that's great.
Maggie: Yeah? Ok, yeah.
Maggie: Ok. I'll have a soda, please. Thank you.
Maria: Thank you. What is happening to me?
Maggie: What's wrong?Michael: No one saw you?
Lena: You know I'm always careful.
Michael: So what do you have for me?
Lena: Second thoughts, I'm afraid. Bianca is not the right person to get Boyd's formula.
Michael: Well, I'm confused. I thought I was supposed to give the orders and you were supposed to follow them.
Lena: I always do my best for you, Michael.
Michael: Well, in fact, you failed me once, Lena. You were supposed to get Boyd into bed, and that didn't happen. And now you come to me with what -- second thoughts?
Lena: It's just that getting Bianca involved is going to have unintended consequences.
Michael: Well, just worry about the intended ones. Bianca will do what you want as soon as you slip her what she needs.
Lena: I don't think I'm the right person for the job --Bianca: You keep blaming Michael Cambias for this, but it was Kendall that came over here and tried to seduce that formula out of you
Boyd: She did it for him, Bianca. He's using her, I'm sure of it.
Bianca: Ok. Even if that's true, what can you do about it?
Greenlee: Carlos? What are you doing?
Kendall: I'm leaving. What does it look like I'm doing?
Greenlee: Oh, my God, Kendall. What now?
Kendall: Everything you said about me was right. I'm a total screw up.
Greenlee: You know, I don't have time for another bout of self-loathing.
Kendall: You know what? You don't have to worry about it now because I'm leaving. I'm packing my things and I'm going back to Florida. You know what? You can send my mail to the Mikasuki Tribal Reservation for all I care. I'm going to go be a keno girl at the casino unless I screw that up, too. Who knows? No, Greenlee, I've made up my mind. I'm leaving. Don't -- don't try to stop me.
Bianca: You think it's safe for you to mix it up with Michael Cambias?
Boyd: I stand a better chance than Kendall does.
Bianca: If you say so. You know, Boyd, I got to say that I am really surprised and sick about what Kendall did to you tonight. She knows that you're practically her only defender in this town.
Boyd: Yeah, well, I don't blame Kendall for any of this.
Bianca: I know that. That's your problem.
Boyd: Why can't you see this as Cambias' doing? He's a corporate raider, Bianca. You think he's only using Kendall to get to my anti-aging formula? He's got his own team of chemists right now trying to beat me to the patent.
Bianca: Ok, I believe that he wants your anti-aging formula. That's not the point. The point is I don't see how Kendall was threatened or tricked into coming here tonight.
Boyd: Come on --Kendall: I'm leaving, Greenlee. You don't have to rush me.
Greenlee: If you're going, go. Duck the lawsuit.
Kendall: You think I'm leaving because some quack is suing us?
Greenlee: Or because of evil Erica, because Michael won't take you up on his jet. Who cares? It's always something with you and it's never your fault.
Kendall: Yeah, well -- well, this time it is my fault. I have no one to blame but myself.
Greenlee: Well, that's news.
Kendall: I ruined everything. I thought I could -- I thought I could stop -- I thought I could help, I thought I could save things, and I didn't. I just ruined it all. It's falling apart.
Greenlee: What's falling apart? What did you do, Kendall? If it has anything to do with Fusion --
Kendall: No, it has nothing to do with Fusion, ok? At least I didn't hurt Fusion. Just me and Boyd.
Kendall: It made complete sense. I -- I was stupid. Everything I did -- I thought it made sense at the time.
Greenlee: What the hell did you do, Kendall?
Kendall: I thought I could help save Fusion and keep Michael by my side by helping him be at peace with his dying father. I don't know -- maybe it did have to do with Erica. I mean, it was classic me. It was classic me. I mean, no wonder it ended in total disaster.
Greenlee: Kendall, Kendall, Kendall --
Kendall: I don't --
Greenlee: Kendall, just focus and tell me what happened. How does Boyd fit into all this?
Kendall: Boyd developed this anti-aging product. He's got the formula in his head. And I thought that maybe if I could get the formula for Fusion, it would help us.
Greenlee: So you tried to lure him away from Erica again? What makes you think that it would work this time? I mean, the guy's got principles.
Kendall: Yeah, well, at least he does because I don't.
Greenlee: You slept with him this time. You had sex with Boyd to get his formula.Lena: Don't you ever call me a whore again.
Michael: I apologize. Forgive me. You're free to choose your euphemism. Only I want there to be no misunderstanding, Lena.
Lena: There is no misunderstanding.
Michael: You seem to be very proud that you've gained Erica Kane's trust through your financial expertise. While I am very impressed that you have other talents, the reason I pay you and pay you very well --
Lena: Yes, I know that --
Michael: Is to take our enemies to bed and get what we need from them. Do you understand that?
Lena: But if I don't feel that this is the best way of doing that --
Michael: You're right, you're right. The best way would have been getting to Boyd directly, but that didn't happen, did it? So what do we do? We adapt, Lena. And you, my dear friend, are nothing if not versatile.
Lena: Just that Bianca's so young.
Michael: Wait, wait. Are you telling me that Miss Bianca is underage?
Lena: Of course she isn't.
Michael: Well, then her youth and inexperience should be a pleasant change for you. And in the end, it'll make your job a lot easier, won't it?
Lena: Look, we don't even know if she can get the formula from --
Michael: Listen, of course you can, of course you can, if you make her.
Lena: But --
Liza: Ok. One for you and one for you, and come right back from the jukebox, ok?
Maddie: We will. Thank you, Liza.
Liza: You're welcome.
Colby: Thank you, mommy.
Liza: You're welcome.
Maddie: Come on, Colby. I'll read you the names of the songs.
Liza: Can't you just see them 20 years from now sitting here talking about men?
Mia: Hmm. So, why'd you want to get rid of them?
Liza: Well, I just wanted to take the opportunity to tell you I could have been wrong about Edmund.
Mia: Ah. About it being too soon after Jake to --
Liza: Right, right.
Liza: I think I could have been wrong. I think that Edmund is exactly what you need right now, and, from the way he looks at you, vice versa.
Mia: So do I. And so do you and so does Edmund. So that leaves -- hmm -- Maddie.
Liza: Well, little girls at this age can be a force. You can't let that stop you.
Mia: No, no. No, I think she's terrific. And I like that Edmund puts his kids first. I like that he's that kind of man, which is another reason why I would love to --
Liza: Be alone with him?
Mia: No. No.
Mia: To go slow, you know?
Mia: I mean, you're right. It's -- it's weird. I never thought I'd feel this way so soon after Jake, but I do. I do. And aside from the timing, everything else feels great.
Liza: Well, you could certainly do worse.
Mia: And I have.
Liza: And you have.
Mia: Yes, yes.
Liza: Yes.Edmund: So why did Maria come to you? I mean, what did she want?
David: You'd better talk to her.
Edmund: Look, are you trying to hide behind doctor/patient confidentiality?
David: That's not what I'm doing.
Edmund: Just tell me -- what did she want? Was it about her memory?
David: What do you think?
Edmund: And you told her you couldn't help her, right?
David: That's right.
Edmund: How did she seem? Frantic?
David: Look, she had some tests done at P.V.H., All right, and -- Edmund, you really need to talk to her, ok? When you came to me, I thought that you already had.
Edmund: What are you hiding?
David: If I answer your question, you're not going to like the answer.
Edmund: Oh, I see. You're protecting me?
David: I just don't want to think another second about you or Maria or her memory, all right? I have my own problems.
Edmund: There's one potential problem you don't have yet -- Anna doesn't know about the experimental drug.
Maria: So I went to see David today about my memory.
Maggie: Ok, so you couldn't tell Aidan because why? Because Aidan hates David?Maria: No, I couldn't -- I couldn't tell Aidan because I -- I honestly didn't know what kind of answers I was going to get or even -- I didn't even know what I wanted to hear.
Maggie: Right, but I thought you were doing great. I mean, you took the o-chem test, you remembered everything just like that. I mean, why are you giving up all hope now?
Maria: I'm not -- I'm not giving up hope. It's just it's more about -- I really -- Maggie, I really feel like I'm going crazy with all of these blank spaces in my life, and -- and especially when it comes to my kids because I -- I feel like I'm leaving all these people in this emotional limbo. I'm hurting so many people. And I want to remember being their mother. But what happens then is that I might remember loving their father.
Maria: Yeah, so I don't know what happens then. I mean, do I just wake up one day and suddenly I'm in love with Edmund again? I don't know. I --
Maggie: Right, right. Well, I -- I don't know. Maybe, you know, if you remember everything, then you will remember your life, past and present. And, well, then you'll be able to choose, right? Right. Right. Then you'll be able to -- oh, god, you'll have to choose.
Maria: So now you see where I am. I'm --
Maggie: Yeah, I see. I see. Well, there's really not much that you can do, right? I mean, what did David say about it?
Maria: That's what he said. That's exactly what he said.
Maggie: Well, then you will do the best that you can. You know? Just do the best that you can. And please, anybody who can handle o-chem twice can figure out anything.
Maggie: Don't worry.
Maria: God, it doesn't feel like it, though. You know what? Blah. Just -- let's not even --
Maria: Talk about it anymore.
Maggie: All right. And we'll have plenty to talk about after -- hmm.
Maria: After what?
Maggie: Uh -- you'll -- you'll see, you'll see. For what it's worth, memory loss? Please. I -- I'm still, you know, quite confused. I don't think that Henry and I will really ever work out.
Maria: Really? I think you guys are such a good match.
Boyd: You're never going to change your opinion of Kendall.
Bianca: That's because I've known Kendall a lot longer than you have and I know what she's capable of.
Boyd: But you didn't see her face tonight, Bianca, ok? The shame she felt, how sorry she was. Look, I know she came here to use me, but I'm not giving up on her.
Bianca: Boyd, did you ever think that maybe that's exactly what she was counting on when she came here?Boyd: Look; you're forgetting she couldn't go through with it.
Bianca: Well, I'm sorry, but that's small consolation, Boyd. Look, I've learned the hard way that if you give Kendall a second or a third chance, it just makes her see you as a pushover. I mean, I never even hear from Kendall unless she needs something from me. And can you honestly say that it's been any different for you?
Boyd: No. No, I guess not.
Bianca: That's right. So just forget about her. It's time to move on.
Boyd: Yeah. Just as long as it's not Lena, right?
Bianca: Face it, Boyd -- Lena has already moved on with me.
Boyd: Yeah, you hope.
Bianca: Look, lay off. I really like her.
Boyd: I know.
Bianca: And by the way, Simone is right upstairs.
Boyd: Don't tell me you're going to start playing matchmaker now. Isn't that Myrtle's thing?
Bianca: Oh, well, and mine, too, so give me a break.
Boyd: You know, it's really good to see you smile like this. For what it's worth, I hope Lena doesn't disappoint you.
Bianca: Me, too.
Boyd: Come on -- can we be a little more positive here?
Bianca: How about being realistic?
Boyd: Ah, it's overrated.
Bianca: I agree. So just do me a favor -- don't go banging down Michael Cambias' door just yet.
Lena: Michael, I promise you I will get you Boyd’s formula, but targeting Bianca is not the way.
Michael: Why not?Lena: Because Boyd will never confide in her, not when it comes to something of this magnitude.
Michael: You're protecting her.
Michael: Then why this sudden attack of morals? I know it's not because Bianca's female. I know from personal experience --
Lena: It's not that.
Michael: You've never shied away from that.
Lena: I'm not even sure Bianca will be interested.
Kendall: So you see why I hate myself? I mean, really, could I sink any lower?
Greenlee: Kendall, this isn't the first time you've used sex to get what you wanted. And besides, it didn't work. I mean, there's something in your favor.
Kendall: Yeah, but, Greenlee, you should have seen Boyd’s face. You should have seen him. He liked me so much, and now he looks at me and he's -- he's disgusted by me. I can't even imagine what Michael is going to think of when he sees me. I can't even imagine what he's going to think of when I tell him.
Greenlee: So don’t. I mean, I get that Boyd’s anti-aging cream could help Fusion, but what's the connection with Michael?
Kendall: I promised him I'd get it.
Greenlee: Why would he care whether Fusion gets Boyd’s formula? I need more, Kendall.Kendall: Michael's father is dying. He's dying. And despite all of Michael’s success, his father's not satisfied. So Michael has to prove himself before it's too late or he's going to be disinherited, and then he's going to have to go back to Europe and he's going to have work for whoever is running his father's company.
Greenlee: I ran into Michael tonight. He mentioned wanting to help us out of our troubles. So if you got Boyd's formula and he had a stake in Fusion, he could cash in on Boyd's discovery.
Kendall: No, it's not about money, Greenlee. It's not about money. Michael wants to prove that he's successful to his father before it's too late. I mean, come on. You of all people should understand that.
Greenlee: No, wait a minute, wait a minute, wait a minute. Did Michael know what you were planning to do with Boyd?
Kendall: No, of course not. He specifically warned me not to do it.
Greenlee: Then he did know. Kendall, how could you be so blind? He set you up.
Kendall: No, Greenlee, he did not set me up. No, he loves me. Michael -- he told me today that he loves me.
Greenlee: Yeah, yeah. Well, all the more reason for you to be loyal.
Kendall: No, you're wrong, Greenlee. Michael loves me. He loves me. For the first time in my life, I have somebody who gives me hope, who makes me want to live.
Greenlee: Damn it, Kendall, you don't need Michael to give you hope or to make you want to live. We have lots to live for. We have this company we started. So you're not running away -- you hear me? You go to Florida, and I will slap you with a lawsuit.
Kendall: Well -- well -- well, what do I do now? What am I supposed to do now?
David: You happy now? Maria doesn't want to remember you, Edmund. If anything, she wants to find a way to keep her memories from coming back.
Edmund: Was that so hard? Thank you for telling me.
David: That doesn't upset you?
Edmund: Maria always said that she was happy as Maureen, and I couldn't accept that at first. But now I see it's the truth, so I won't interfere.
David: Well, that's a big change from the person who begged me to use an untested drug on her --
Edmund: Yes, it's a big change, yes.
David: And what caused that? I see. Well, I guess everybody's happy, right?
Mia: I wasn't eavesdropping. I just -- I thought maybe you needed some rescuing.
Edmund: Next time, you can beat him up for me, ok?
Mia: Yeah. So you're really ok with Maria not getting her memory back?
Edmund: Didn't I tell you that already?
Edmund: Yes, but you didn't quite believe me?
Mia: Well, I do now.
Edmund: Yes, sweetheart?
Maddie: Can we spend the night at Colby's? Her mommy says we could drive to her daddy's, and tomorrow we could have breakfast at the duck pond.
Edmund: I think that's a great idea. Now why don't you go tell Liza and Colby thank you very, very, very, very much.
Maddie: I will.
Edmund: Ahem. Maybe I should thank you for that?
Mia: What? Me? No, no, I mean, this was -- this was totally Liza's surprise. I -- I mean, I guess I did mention to her that I might like to be alone with you.Maria: Oh.
Henry: Why would anyone take on this kind of a crowd?
Maria: Some sort of a death wish, I think. And no pressure, but I think you should get up and play now.
Henry: yeah --
Maria: Come on.
Henry: That'll happen.
Aidan: Oh, come on. According to Maggie, you're brilliant.
Henry: Maggie's full of it.
Maggie: Oh, stop it. Would you just admit it? You are awesome.
Maria: Well, it's ok to be modest because it's a very attractive quality.
Henry: It's not modesty. I'm just not ready.
Maria: Oh. Well, I hope you let us decide for ourselves.
Maria: Come on.
Maggie: You will.
Maria: You're not going to do it. You're not going to do it.
Maggie: I can almost guarantee it.
Man: All right! It's time for our final performer of the evening. But this artist is so shy, all we have is a cassette tape. Now, normally we wouldn't do this, but we listened and were blown away. We think you will be, too. So without further ado, sit back and enjoy the music of Free Radical.
Aidan: "Free radical"? Isn't that, like, some kind of political statement?
Maria: It's actually an organic chemistry term. But just seems like a bit of a coincidence. I don't know. Did you do this? Mag?
[Guitar music plays]
Henry: What -- wait, wait -- you did this? I mean, how did you --
Maggie: I taped you. Come on. I mean, I wasn't going to play it at first, but then I thought, well --
[Guitar music plays]
Maria: That was so beautiful.
Aidan: It was great, man. It was great. You're the man.
Maria: It was great.
Man: Free Radical. Wherever you are, thank you. Oh, I know it's a tough act to follow, but someone's got to do it. Does anyone else want to come up and perform?
Maria: Hey, I think you should do your Austin Powers imitation. Come on.
Aidan: That's for your eyes only, baby.
Man: No? No? Well, then we'll put away the mike till same time next week. But the night is young and full of energy. So hang back, dance, have a good time.
Maggie: Are you mad?
Maria: Want to dance?
Aidan: Yeah, sure.
Maria: Ok. Guys.
Maggie: I know I took a big chance, but you heard what you sounded like. And did you see how happy you made everybody?
Henry: No one's happier right now than I am. And it's all because of you.
Aidan: Well, I'd say Maggie's surprise turned out well.
Aidan: Hey, what's up with you today?
Maria: What do you mean?
Aidan: I don't know. You just seem -- you seemed distant all evening.
Edmund: I did tell you that Sammy’s with Isabella tonight?
Mia: Yes, you did. Yeah. But please don't think that that --
Edmund: I don’t. What am I not thinking?
Mia: That I'm trying to engineer some sort of a --
Mia: When I told Liza that I wanted to spend some time with you alone, it wasn't because I wanted to -- oh, God, I could strangle her.
Edmund: I think it was very sweet of her.
Mia: You do?
Edmund: Yeah. And I'm sorry that you're not, you know, up for the idea.
Mia: Oh, no, Edmund. It's not that I'm not.
Edmund: Then you are?
Mia: You're messing with my head.
Edmund: We're not ready -- as tempting as it sounds. But it's something to look forward to.
Liza: Ok, we're off. And hopefully, you guys will have something that you can find to do by yourself.
Mia: Yeah. You know, we're just going to hop on a midnight flight to Vegas. Yeah. No, not really. No, no. But thank you for taking Maddie. That's great. Just give me a little warning next time.
Edmund: So next time, we can really go to Vegas.
Liza: Ok. Goodbye. Big hugs, big hugs!
Edmund: You be good, and I will miss you.
Mia: Have fun.
Maddie: Don't worry, daddy. Liza said she has extra nightgowns and toothbrushes.
Liza: Ok, everybody ready?
Mia: Ok, have fun.
Liza: Let's go.
Mia: Bye. Bye.
Liza: No running, no running.
Mia: So what do we do now? Vegas?
Simone: Oh. Hey, Boyd. I was just going to actually --
Boyd: Please. Please, go ahead.
Simone: Are you sure? I'm just going stir-crazy up in my room. Whenever I get this great marketing idea, I have to pace.
Boyd: And let me guess -- Myrtle suggested you come and spread out down here.
Simone: How did you know?
Boyd: I think Myrtle is exercising the matchmaking clause in our lease.
Simone: Hmm. Well -- um -- you go ahead and do whatever it is you're doing. Don't let me bother you. I'm going to, you know, do my thing. You know, actually, you could be inspiration to me. Yeah, this whole idea that I've got going on is about sexy guys. Not saying that you're sexy --
Boyd: No, of course not.
Simone: Or anything, yeah. No.
Boyd: Well, am I inspiring yet?
Simone: Actually, this is -- this is for real. I just -- I have to figure out how, but I know that I can sell makeup through men.
Boyd: Are you sure you want to be telling me all this? I mean, I could steal your idea and tell Erica.
Simone: Good point.
Simone: Oh, yes, you're right. Thank you. I'll just, you know, put this over here.
Simone: Oh. Kendall was here?
Boyd: Yeah. But I don't think she'll be coming back.
Simone: Why, you guys have a big fight?
Boyd: Not exactly. Um -- actually, I've finally decided I can't keep waiting on something that's never going to happen.
Michael: Well, I'm right, aren't I? The temptress is in love. This -- this is good. This was worth getting my face slapped for. I mean, she's young, she's innocent, and she got to you.
Lena: Please, Michael. The truth is you were right in the first place. I'm not a temptress and I'm not a courtesan. I am a whore. All I care about is getting paid, so --
Michael: So what is the problem, then?
Lena: I told you -- I think there are more effective ways of achieving this target. But you're right. My job is following orders.
Michael: You do that very well. Come on. Look, I agree that there are better ways. You know, if only Kendall had done her job. Unfortunately, Kendall has more morals than most people think.
Lena: Lucky for us, I dispensed with my morals long ago.
Michael: Likewise. But, hey, I mean, you get a lot further when you're traveling light, don't we? Now, listen -- do we really have to fight, hmm? We always seem to agree in the end, don't we? Come on. Come on. Make it better. Come on. Hmm.
Lena: You're right, Michael. We do always end up agreeing. I promise you will be satisfied with my performance. I just hope your father will be as satisfied with yours.
[answering machine beeps]Simone: Ooh. Kendall's a damn fool.
Boyd: Does that mean I -- I still have a shot with you?
Simone: Hmm. If there's one thing I know is a world-class kiss.
Simone: But if there's another thing I know is being rebound girl brings nothing but heartache. Ah -- so --
Kendall: I made a mistake, Michael. It was so, so stupid. You -- you warned me not to do it, and I did it, anyway, and -- I -- I just -- I just need to talk to you. So will you please, please call me? I'm at the office right now. I'm not going anywhere. Just -- I -- I really need to hear your voice, ok? So will you please call me? Maybe if we talk or something -- just call me. I love you, Michael. Call me, please.
Automated voice: Message deleted.
Michael: Ow! Greenlee, this is unexpected.
Bianca: Hi. I -- I hope it's not too late to call. It's me.
Lena: No. No, no, it's not too late. What's up?
Bianca: Oh, I just wanted to let you know that Myrtle is doing much better.
Lena: Oh. The headache's gone?
Lena: That's good.
Bianca: Um -- and I wanted to tell you that I really had a good time tonight.
Lena: Good. I mean -- so did I.
Bianca: Really? Because you don't have to say it if you don't mean it.
Lena: No, really, Bianca. I had a wonderful time.
Bianca: Well, good. You sound kind of weird.
Lena: Oh -- actually, I couldn't sleep. I was just making myself some coffee.
Bianca: Oh, I'm sorry.
Lena: No, no, don't be. I'm glad you called.
Bianca: Well, since you're up already, maybe we could plan our next date. Do you want to go see a movie or something?
Lena: Sure. I'd like that.
Bianca: Well, that's great. I'll give you a call tomorrow.
Lena: Ok. Good night.
Bianca: Good night.
Lena: Oh -- Bianca --
Henry: Excuse me. Um -- my name is Henry Chin. And -- well, I'm Free Radical.
Man: You are?
Man: People are talking about you.
Henry: Yeah, I know.
Man: Well, congratulations.
Aidan: So why didn't you tell me? I would have gone with you to see David.
Maria: I know. It was just -- I felt like I needed to go alone just to be sure.
Aidan: But you didn't get any answers from David or from Joe Martin?
Maria: No, I didn't, but I -- I don't need it because I get all the reassurance I need from you. I know that whatever happens, we're going to survive it. Even if I do remember loving Edmund, it doesn't matter because I love you now. That's not going to change.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Stuart: Something's bothering you, isn't it? I bet it's lady trouble.
Greenlee: You're dealing with me now. Let's stop wasting time and tell me what you're really after.
Liza: Do you still have your private investigator's license?
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