AMC Transcript Tuesday 6/3/03


All My Children Transcript Tuesday 6/3/03

Provided By Suzanne

Proofread by Alicia

>> Previously on "All My Children" --

Jack: You think because of what happened to Chris that I知 going to change my mind about marrying you?

Erica: You might regret this for the rest of your life.

David: The two of you are responsible for my daughter's death, and I知 going to make sure that you both know what it feels like to watch your family crumble around you.

Reggie: I just don't understand, ok? She opens her door. She lets you stay here. Why couldn't you just be sick for a little while longer, you know, until you worked out something more permanent?

Jack: Be sick for a little while longer? I don't work that way, Reggie.

Reggie: So, what, you going to marry this candy cane, or what?

Jack: That's Ms. Kane to you, or maybe on the special occasion Erica. And it's a little more complicated than that.

Reggie: You mean it's history. Look, but don't sweat it, ok? You have plenty of other women down at the office that's not exactly looking for legal advice.

Jack: Reggie, please, spare me on this, will you, please?

Erica: Jack.

Jack: Hey.

Erica: I was just wondering, maybe if you feel up to it -- what's going on?

Jack: Well, I thought maybe it would be a good time for Reggie and I to pack up and move back to my place.

Erica: What?

Reggie: Yep, it looks like you're losing my man Jack here, but, you know, there's plenty of other foxes in the forest.

Mary: Hi. Could I have a white wine, please? Anything imported. Excuse me. Would you mind giving me a cocktail napkin? Just right over there by your -- right there. Thank you.

Carlos: You're welcome.

Mary: I don't recall seeing you around here before.

Carlos: You haven稚.

Mary: Oh. Well, my name is --

Carlos: Mary, yes.

Mary: That's right.

Carlos: You don't remember me, do you?

Mary: No. Is it your hair? Is it different? I mean --

Greenlee: Mother, what are you doing here? And why are you being so nice to Carlos?

[Anna hums]

[arguing in hallway]

Anna: David.

David: You don't know what you're talking about! I knew whether it was necessary or not!

Anna: I have to go now.

David: I knew about my daughter's life! I knew that her heart wouldn't be able to take it! She's gone, ok, Joe! You shouldn't have thrown me out of the O.R.!

Anna: Oh, you're so cold. Oh, look, your blanket's here. It will keep you warm. It's going to be so much better now. There will be no more doctors, no more pain, no more hospitals. It will all be so much better. You'll see. Good night. Oh, my sweet baby. You sleep tight. I love you. Forever.

David: It wasn't necessary! You don't know what you're talking about! You're murderers!

Tad: David, take it easy.

David: You will rot in hell for what you did to my daughter! I'm going to put you there!

Anna: David, it's not their fault.

Mary: Carlos, of course. I didn't recognize you out of your work uniform. This is a lovely jacket. Where did you buy it, Greenlee?

Carlos: I'll go check on our table.

Greenlee: Here's a tip, Mother. Don't wear your best shoes when you put your foot in your mouth.

Mary: I don't want to make trouble.

[Greenlee laughs]

Mary: Don't want to make trouble.

Greenlee: Really? You do it so well.

Mary: Well, I'm sorry. I'm just surprised to see you still dating the handyman.

Greenlee: He's not just a handyman. He happens to be an artist.

Mary: Oh, yes. An artist. And the handyman is just the real job. And the pool boy is studying to be a brain surgeon. I know.

Greenlee: As a matter of fact, Carlos' work was shown at the Chandler Gallery.

Mary: Well, that's because Stuart has a fascination with beginners. You know that.

Carlos: Five more minutes.

Mary: Greenlee tells me you're something of an artist.

Greenlee: Mother is an artist, too, Carlos.

Mary: Well, I don't think we can compare his work to mine.

Greenlee: No, of course we can't. Carlos' work is inspired by the real world, not country clubs and cruise ships.

Mary: Wealth is just as real as poverty, and it's a lot more fun. And it's the only world you have ever known. Like it or not, the only world you will ever fit into.

Greenlee: Yes, well, we can talk about this some other time when you're in town again.

Mary: Good, I'd love to. I plan to be in town a lot more from now on.

Greenlee: Oh.

Mary: Yeah. I'm going to get a little pied-a-terre in Pine Valley to be closer to mother and daddy -- and you, of course.

Greenlee: Really?

Carlos: Let's go. Are you ready?

Mary: Enjoy your dinner.

Greenlee: I'm sorry, my mother's impossible.

Maitre d': We're just setting up your table. Perhaps while you're waiting, our wine list.

Greenlee: Here, I'll --

Carlos: It's ok, Greenlee. Thanks. Ah -- the Chilean Cabernet Sauvignon.

Maitre d': Of course. Very good choice.

Jack: Reggie, we can do without the commentary and your speculations on my love life, please.

Reggie: I just wanted her to make sure she knew that you wouldn't be begging for her company.

Jack: Thank you very much. Reggie, why don't you go into your room, make sure you haven't forgotten something.

Reggie: Oh, already did that. Everything's in the bag.

Jack: Yeah, why don't do you do it again.

Reggie: Oh -- oh, again.

Jack: Yes.

Reggie: Oh, sure, yeah. I understand. Gotcha.

Jack: That's it.

Reggie: Ok.

Jack: He's a great kid, but I never know what's going to come out of his mouth next, I swear.

Erica: Yeah. Well, I guess he learned from a master.

Jack: I don't follow.

Erica: Well, out of nowhere, you just announce that you're leaving?

Jack: Well, honey, it's not exactly out of nowhere. I mean, you never suggested I move in here on a permanent basis. I certainly never presumed to do that.

Erica: Do you think that I'm so heartless that I would make you leave when you're still recuperating?

Jack: No. No, no, of course not. I've seen the doctors. Except for a kind of romantic, bullet-shaped scar right around here, I'm fit as a fiddle. Just like brand-new.

Erica: Well, I think I know you better than the doctors, and you've had a trauma and you still need somebody to take care of you.

Jack: Erica, right now the only person you need to take care of is yourself. I mean, with everything that's happened -- Chris' death, Michael Cambias attacking you -- I just think you need time and privacy.

Erica: Jack, you're not doing this because of what I said, are you? I mean, that you should save yourself by leaving me?

Jack: Oh, no. No, sweetheart, no. Look, you had just found out about Chris. I'm not going to let my life or your life or our life together be dictated by words that were said in pain and shock.

Erica: No. That wouldn't be the Jack I know.

Jack: Let's just make sure that we're reading out of the same book here. I'm not leaving because I'm giving up on us. I'm leaving because I believe in us more than ever.

David: Anna, stay out of this.

Anna: She's my daughter, too.

David: Get your hands off me!

Anna: Please, stop!

David: Don't tell me to calm down!

Anna: David, enough, enough!

David: My God. How could you defend them, Anna?

Anna: I'm not defending them.

David: They're the reason why she's dead!

Anna: Oh, come on. Joe did everything he could to save her.

David: No, that's just it -- he could not have saved her. I could have. He kept me from that O.R. He kept me from saving our daughter's life.

Anna: You don't know that.

David: I know it! I know it in my heart! My God. If I was any kind of father at all, I wouldn't have let them stop me. I would have killed them all to save my daughter's life.

Tad: Believe me, I know what you're going through.

David: You don't know what you're talking about!

Tad: Yes, I do. I do, ok? I lost a child last year myself in that car accident. It wasn't just Dixie. The baby she was carrying was a girl.

David: You think this is the same thing? When did you ever hold your little girl's hand? Did you ever look at your daughter? Did you ever watch her sleep? Did you see her smile? So don't you dare pretend to tell me what you've put me through today -- that you know what you've put me through today.

Tad: Fine. It's not a competition.

David: You forced me to stand by and you let my daughter die. You think you know what that feels like? You don't! You don't know what you're talking about!

Greenlee: Thank you. Mmm. This is excellent. I didn't think -- what made you select this?

Carlos: I happen to like it.

Greenlee: Right.

Waiter: Perhaps you'd like to look at the menu while you're waiting?

Greenlee: Ok.

Carlos: Thank you. Do you know what you're having?

Greenlee: Oh, the shrimp cocktail will be plenty for me.

Carlos: That's just an appetizer.

Greenlee: I'm not exceptionally hungry.

Carlos: No? Why?

Greenlee: This wouldn't be the first time that my mother killed my appetite.

Carlos: You're angry at her.

Greenlee: Does it show?

Carlos: Why?

Greenlee: You were there. You know why.

Carlos: Tell me.

Greenlee: The condescension, the putdowns.

Carlos: About what?

Greenlee: Please. Your work, your clothes, your whole right to be here in the first place.

Carlos: Oh, I see. And that's wrong?

Greenlee: Yes. Yes, it's awful.

Carlos: Then why are you doing it, too?

Greenlee: Excuse me?

Carlos: This is a date, a real date, Greenlee, and you don't think I can handle it.

Marian: Well, it's certainly good to see you again, darling. So now, have you decided what part of Pine Valley that you want to live in, huh?

Mary: Well, of course. The west side. You know me. Someplace in the arty district.

Marian: Oh, no, no, darling. I'm afraid it's gone downhill there. I mean, the economy has been terrible on the boutiques and restaurants, and it's very dangerous after dark.

Mary: No. Really?

Marian: Yes. Our own district attorney was shot there and left in an alley.

Mary: What? Jack?

Marian: Yes, he was seriously wounded.

Mary: Oh, my God. Is he going to be all right?

Marian: Oh, yes. Yes, I致e heard he's going to make a complete recovery.

Mary: Oh, thank God.

Marian: Mary? Why are you so concerned with Jackson Montgomery?

Erica: Thank you, Jack, for giving me the time and taking off the pressure.

Jack: Sure. I just don't want you to think it's forever. I mean, I'm going to be back complicating your life before long, I promise you.

Erica: Really? How soon?

Jack: Well, first of all, while you're putting your world back together, I知 going to try to take Michael Cambias' world apart.

Erica: Oh?

Jack: Yes, I知 hoping he'll be relocating to a cell in Statesville very soon.

Erica: Well, then one thing sure hasn't changed a bit. I can still count on you.

Jack: You bet. Erica, we've come so close this time. I just don't want to lose ground, you know.

Erica: We won't.

Jack: Prove it.

Erica: How?

Jack: By keeping this ring on your finger.

Erica: Of course I will.

Jack: That's my girl. I love you.

Reggie: Look, Jack, I've checked and I致e checked where I've already checked, and I checked that, too. I've checked everything there is to be checked. Can we please get out of here now?

Jack: Yes, yes, Reggie. Come on down. We're all done.

Reggie: Thank you.

Jack: And, by the way, I don't know where he gets this idea of foxes.

Reggie: Oh, yeah, but they got pretty good ideas about you. But it's just your luck, you're a one-fox kind of guy.

Erica: Thanks, Reggie. Thanks for clearing that up.

Reggie: Yeah, no problem. You know, I really like this place. You got a nice crib.

Erica: Thanks.

Reggie: All right, time to go. Let's go, dog.

Jack: Yeah. Hey, if you need me, you know where to find me.

Erica: Thank you.

Reggie: Jack, now. Let's go. Come on, you're making my stomach do flips over here. Let's go, please. The kissing, stop. Horrible.

Jack: Reggie, do the words "pain in the butt" mean anything to you?

Reggie: Slightly, slightly.

Erica: Bianca. What, Bianca? What is it, honey? It's Lena, isn't it? Oh, honey, I am so sorry. I know that I shouldn't have left you alone --

Bianca: Mom, how could you?

Erica: What? What did I do now?

Bianca: How could you not tell me about Chris? I just saw it on the news!

Erica: Oh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I just assumed that --

Bianca: So it's true? I thought it might be a mistake or something. Oh, Mom, I知 sorry. I'm so sorry.

Anna: David, just stop this, please. Stop.

David: This isn't over. This hasn't even started.

Anna: Where are you going? I'm sorry.

Joe: It's not your fault, Anna.

Tad: And it's not David痴, either. I meant what I said. I know what he's going through.

Anna: I know, but to threaten you is insane.

Joe: We didn't take any of his threats seriously.

Tad: What about you? Are you ok? Is there anybody you want us to call to drive you home?

Anna: No, I don't want to go home. I need to know.

Joe: Know what?

Anna: Was David right?

Joe: Anna, we have a lot of time to go into that later on when people are less emotional.

Anna: No, I need to know. Am I responsible for what happened?

Joe: Anna, how could you possibly be?

Anna: Because I forced David into going along with the surgery. I wanted Leora to have that pacemaker practically from the moment that she was born. No, you have to tell me the truth. Did I do this?

Erica: Oh, honey, I知 sorry. I really wanted to be the one to tell you about Chris.

Bianca: I wouldn't even be alive if Chris hadn't been there to rescue me from that fire.

Erica: I know. He was a very, very caring man.

Bianca: And I know that even though you two weren't together anymore that you must be in so much pain.

Erica: Well, honey, what about you? I mean, you just came from learning the worst about a person you care very much about.

Bianca: I did?

Erica: Yes, I知 talking about Lena. Where do things stand with her?

Bianca: What's a little heartbreak compared with what happened to Chris?

Erica: Well, your happiness will always come first with me, which is why I hope that you can get on with your life once this Lena Kundera has left town for good.

Bianca: Mom, do we have to talk about this now, of all times?

Erica: Oh, no. Oh, don't tell me, she's decided to stay?

Bianca: Yes, and I知 very upset about it.

Erica: Well, yes, you should be. Oh, Bianca. She's gotten to you again.

Mary: Jackson is -- we're just old friends.

Marian: Oh, just old friends, huh? How disappointing, darling. Well, I guess it's for the best, anyway.

Mary: Why?

Marian: Haven't you heard? Erica Kane is engaged to him for about the 10th time again.

Mary: Oh, please. What's the chance of those two ever making it down the aisle?

Marian: Whether they make it down the aisle or not, darling, Erica痴 never going to let go of that poor man. Well, they certainly do look good together, darling, don't they?

Mary: Yeah, a little bit too good if you ask me.

Marian: Mary, listen to me, friend to friend.

Mary: Hmm?

Marian: Do not sell Carlos short. Stuart has taught me to never judge a man too quickly. Never.

Greenlee: You can take me on a date. I know that. You took me to The Pit. I had a wonderful time.

Carlos: That was my turf, and this is yours.

Greenlee: And you're fine here, too.

Carlos: You seem surprised.

Greenlee: Impressed.

Carlos: You didn't think I could order the wine?

Greenlee: I was just trying to help. I know the list.

Carlos: And the appetizer for dinner?

Greenlee: I told you, I'm not hungry.

Carlos: No. You don't think I have the money to pay for this place.

Greenlee: Would you tell me if you didn't?

Carlos: Yes, I would because money's just money. It's not who I am.

Greenlee: And this place isn't, either.

Carlos: It's fine.

Greenlee: But it's not what you prefer. I mean, I've seen you happy with a beer at B.J.'s. Why did you suggest the Valley Inn?

Carlos: Do you like it here?

Greenlee: Well, yes.

Carlos: That's why. You went with me to The Pit. Now it's my turn.

Greenlee: But, really, Carlos, I know what we pay you at Fusion.

Carlos: Greenlee, see this?

Greenlee: Um --

Carlos: The gallery show.

Greenlee: Really?

Carlos: Uh-huh.

Greenlee: Carlos. How wonderful.

Carlos: We can do this tonight, tomorrow, the next day -- doesn't matter.

Greenlee: I'm sorry. I have to learn not to underestimate you.

Carlos: Oh, you will. And now you're going to order a whole meal.

Greenlee: Order for me. From here on in, I知 completely in your hands.

Joe: Leora's heart was always weak. And all her doctors knew there was a risk she would not survive surgery. But we all believed, Anna, that without surgery, she would die, that she needed the pacemaker. It was her only chance. We may have been late.

Anna: What do you mean, late?

Joe: Yes, and for that I take full responsibility.

Anna: Why?

Joe: Because I did agree with David initially and I did counsel waiting.

Anna: What are you saying? That if she'd had the operation sooner, this wouldn't have happened?

Joe: Medicine is just never certain. Maybe the procedure would have succeeded if we implanted a pacemaker a month ago. Maybe it would have worked if we had waited another month. Maybe, Anna, it wouldn't have worked no matter what we did. All we know for certain is it didn't.

Anna: But why did you say that you held yourself responsible?

Joe: Doctors are only human. The "what ifs" eat away at us, too, just like it would anybody else.

Anna: Oh, I see. Will there be an autopsy?

Joe: Oh, yes, yes. In surgery -- if a patient dies in surgery, it's mandatory. But you and David can have your own pathologist conduct an autopsy.

Anna: No, no. That's more knives. I promised her that that was over.

Joe: Well, in any case, this is not a decision you should make now.

Tad: I think maybe you need to speak to David. I know he needs to talk to you.

Anna: I just want this all to stop. I want to go back a day or an hour, just so I could hold her again. That's all.

David: Hey. Can you hear me? Are you there? I need you, Leo. I need you more than I ever have before.

Anna: Thanks for coming.

Aidan: Thank Tad for calling me. Where's David?

Anna: I don't know.

Aidan: Do you want me to go find him?

Anna: No. I think it's -- it's best if he's not found for a while.

Aidan: Well, how about you let me take you home?

Anna: I can't leave because she's still in there.

Aidan: There's a chapel around the corner. How about we go in there for a while?

Anna: No. There's nothing to pray for anymore. I don't think God's really on speaking terms with me, anyway.

Aidan: Why?

Anna: I didn't do enough for my daughter. I feel responsible for this.

David: She's gone, Leo. Your niece. My daughter. Leora. Oh, my God. Oh, my God. Leora's birth was the beginning of two new lives, Leo -- hers and mine. She changed me. I'm not saying I知 a good man now. No. But suddenly, it was like she made me want to be a good man for her. And now -- you know, Leo, when you become a parent for the first time, this is what you fear more than your own death. So much more. This didn't even have to happen. I could have saved her. I could have. But because of Joe Martin and Tad, my little girl is gone. There has to be a price to pay for a sin like that, and I知 going to make sure they pay.

Tad: Wow. It's a pretty rough day.

Joe: Yes, for David and for Anna.

Tad: And for you. I know, I've been watching you for a lot of years now. You never get used to it.

Joe: Well, sometimes I can accept it. When you lose a little one like Leora --

Tad: Listen, I got an idea. Why don't you come back to the house with me tonight? We can watch some bad television, and tomorrow we'll get up, I'll make us both some breakfast. What do you say?

Joe: No, that won't be necessary.

Tad: It has nothing to do with necessary. You know mom's off visiting Kelsey. I just don't want you to have to go to your house alone.

Joe: Thank you, Son. Thank you.

Tad: Don't thank me yet. I think you forgot what my cooking is like. Pop, would you do me a favor? Go get us a table. There's something I have to do first.

Joe: Yeah. Yeah, ok. Thank you.

Tad: Excuse me, Carlos. I'm sorry for interrupting.

Greenlee: Hey, Tad.

Tad: Honey, there's no good way to do this. I've got some bad news for you. It's about Leora.

Greenlee: Oh, no.

Tad: I'm sorry. She didn't make it.

Greenlee: Oh, God.

Carlos: Look, we can do this some other time. Let me take you home.

Greenlee: Oh, no, no, no. Forget about me. I have to see Anna and David. Where are they?

Tad: Anna's with Aidan. David's pretty shaken up. He kind of took off.

Greenlee: I have to find him.

Tad: I think it would be a good idea. I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I had to be the one to tell you.

Greenlee: No, no. Thank you. I'm glad you did.

Carlos: Let me help you.

Greenlee: No, you know what? I should do this alone.

Carlos: Ok.

Greenlee: Ok?

Carlos: Just go. Go. I'll take care of everything here.

Greenlee: Thank you so much. I'll call you, ok?

Carlos: All right.

Mary: Jackson? Jackson!

Jack: Mary.

Mary: Oh, thank God you're all right.

Bianca: Lena's gotten to me? What does that mean?

Erica: That it seems that you've forgotten what she did.

Bianca: I haven't forgotten what she did, and I haven't forgiven her, either.

Erica: And I pray you never do.

Bianca: I bet.

Erica: For your own protection, Bianca. Lena's trying to get back together with you again, isn't she?

Bianca: That doesn't mean that I知 going to let it happen.

Erica: She's very clever.

Bianca: And I'm not. Is that what you're saying? Mom, do you think that I知 stupid enough to be fooled by that again?

Erica: Honey, Lena -- I was taken in by Lena, too. And you are a much more forgiving person than I am.

Bianca: Oh, don't worry about that, Mom. I've been cured of that now.

Erica: Well, I hope so. Michael Cambias is out on bail, and incredibly enough, the charges may not stick. So he's dangerous. He's more dangerous than ever.

Bianca: And what does that have to do with Lena and me?

Erica: Well, how do we know that Lena is not still working for him?

Bianca: Oh, Mom.

Erica: Why? What -- why is that so impossible?

Bianca: Lena turned her back on Michael the minute that she found out that her mother was safe. She's been working with uncle Jack on his investigation. She's even testifying against Michael.

Erica: And that could all be part of another charade, Bianca.

Bianca: Look, we're arguing about nothing. I'm not back with Lena. I may never be.

Erica: "May"? "May" is just not enough. I mean, I will never have a moment's peace until I know that that woman is out of your life for good.

Bianca: That woman or any woman?

Erica: Oh, that is way over the top, young lady. This is not about your being gay. This is about Lena lying to you and using you.

Bianca: Is it?

Erica: Yes, it is. I am trying to protect you from making the biggest mistake of your life by having a relationship with a liar and fraud. Please, Bianca, don't do this. Don't twist my love and concern for you into some problem I have with your sexuality. I've gotten past my issues about your sexuality, about your being gay. I've come to terms with it.

Bianca: But you're not really happy for me, are you, Mom?

Erica: That's not what this is about. Lena Kundera hurt you. Now, I wouldn't accept that if she were a man. And as far as I'm concerned, she is just as bad a Michael Cambias.

Bianca: She's not Michael Cambias. She's one of his victims.

Erica: Oh, honey. You always want to believe the best about people. Let me ask you something. Would you ever do what Lena Kundera did, ever, ever under any circumstances?

Bianca: Lena isn't as strong as I am.

Erica: And she also doesn't deserve a second chance with you.

Bianca: I'm sorry, Mom, but I知 the only one that can decide that. And I am. Look, I'm sorry. I didn't want to fight about this. I came here to talk to you about Chris because I'm going to miss him a lot. And I know you are, too.

Erica: Yes, I壇 like the number for the immigration and naturalization service, please. Yes, yes, would you do that? Please connect me. Hello. Yes, may I speak with someone about a change in immigration status of a Lena Kundera? I have reason to believe that she's in this country illegally.

Jack: Well, Mary, look at you. Good to see you again.

Mary: It's good to see you. It's so good.

Jack: Thanks. Reggie, why don't you go check on our takeout, huh?

Reggie: Why?

Jack: Because I asked you to.

Reggie: Oh.

Jack: Yes, good.

Mary: I'm sorry to be so gushy, it's just I heard you were shot.

Jack: Yeah.

Mary: Are you ok?

Jack: Yeah, yeah.

Mary: Are you going to be all right?

Jack: I'm going to be just --

Mary: Do you have stitches? I mean, do you have any --

Jack: Well, I had stitches --

Reggie: I got the food.

Jack: Ah, good, good. Well, listen, let's hit the road. Mary, always good to see you.

Mary: You, too.

Jack: Ok.

Reggie: Whatever you have, Jack, I hope it's catching.

Jack: I wish you would just --

Mary: Paying your own way? I guess neither one of us had the evening we'd hoped for, huh?

Carlos: Ok. You have a problem with me.

Mary: Not with you per se. I just don't think you're right for my daughter.

Carlos: Well, I was right enough for you when you didn't remember who I was.

Mary: What do you mean by that?

Carlos: You hit on me.

Mary: I was being friendly.

Carlos: Like the first time?

Mary: I would hardly call our meeting at Fusion being friendly.

Carlos: No, before that.

Mary: Before, when?

Carlos: We met before Fusion.

Mary: When?

Carlos: Years ago. At your father's. Ok, I was fixing some pool lights. You came out in a red robe, black bikini. You put a towel down, stretched out, face-down, opened the back of your --

Mary: Ok, ok. That's enough of your teenage fantasy.

Carlos: You asked me to rub on some suntan oil.

Mary: No, I did not, and I don't remember any of this.

Carlos: Oh, yes, you did. And you remember all of it. And if I was good enough for you then, I'm good enough for Greenlee now.

David: I'm sorry you never got a chance to see her, Leo. Her tiny, bright eyes. Her amazing wonder about -- about everything. You would have been a great uncle.

Greenlee: He is her uncle, David. She's safe in his arms right now. And he'll be watching out for her until you see her again.

Aidan: Anna, you can't blame yourself for Leora's death. You have done everything that you could.

Anna: It was too late. I should have insisted that she have the surgery right after she was born.

Aidan: Your love gave Leora all the happiness that she ever knew in her life. You can't blame yourself for the shortness of it. It's not your fault Leora had a damaged heart.

Anna: That makes two of us now.

Aidan: No, Anna, Anna.

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

Boyd: Are we just friends, or are you finally ready to give us a chance?

Greenlee: Let me help you the way you helped me.

Michael: My plan is to hand Chandler Enterprises to you on a silver platter, Father.

Flanders: Move and you're a dead man! Say goodbye to Mommy, kid!

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