All My Children Transcript Friday 9/19/03
Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele
Aidan: Morning, beautiful.
Mia: Oh Ė
Greenlee: Oh, Leo.
Jack: What the hell -- Mary, you'd better have a damn good explanation for this because I'll tell you what -- I am sick and tired of your nonsense.
Kendall: Please don't blame me. It's not my fault.
Bianca: Where are you?
Kendall: Please, Bianca, don't make me go away. I just want to love you; and if you love me back, it'll be ok. I promise. That's all I want. That's all anyone wants. Why can't you give me a chance? Please?
Kendall: I thought I was dreaming. Adam --
Adam: For you. A toast to one of the savviest women I've ever encountered. To you, Kendall.
Mary: Jack, Jack, please -- Jack, please.
Jack: Look, if you wanted to talk to me, you could have called. You don't break into my car and spend the night in the back seat, Mary.
Reggie: Bet it wasn't her first time in the back seat of a car.
Mary: Shouldn't you be in school?
Reggie: Shouldn't you look in the mirror before you go out?
Jack: You know what? Shouldn't you go check on the food for the Habitat party, make sure it's ok?
Reggie: Fine, ok, but look -- be careful. She's been looking at more than your watch.
Jack: Ok, thanks.
Reggie: You know?
Jack: Yeah, I know what you're saying. Thank you, thank you.
Mary: That child is rude and incorrigible.
Jack: Oh, come on, he's rude and incorrigible? What, are you kidding me? I don't want to hear this from you.
Mary: I came by your place last night --
Jack: Yeah, you had to come by my place because you had no place else to stay, now, did you, Mary? You had no place else to stay because Woodruff disowned you, he gave all your money to Greenlee, and the Pine Valley Inn evicted you because they wanted to make sure that you didn't steal the silverware.
Mary: You don't have to enjoy it so much. You can have a little compassion.
Mary: Keep your voice down.
Jack: Compassion? And where was your compassion when you told Greenlee that I turned my back on her before she was even born, huh? What is the matter with you, anyway?
Mary: It's all about me all the time, isn't it? Everything is my responsibility.
Jack: I'm sure that thought didn't just leap into Greenleeís head. You put it there, didn't you? And for what? Your own financial gain?
Mary: Because Daddy cut me off and took away every bit of security that I had, handed it to Greenlee --
Jack: And somewhere a lonely socialite just weeps for you openly.
Mary: Don't you even care that I have no place to go?
Jack: Well, you're lucky because here in Pine Valley, we have this wonderful shelter. It's called the Brooke English House. Why don't you go there?
Mary: Stop it. Just stop it.
Jack: You know you're missing an earring?
Mary: Think of it this way, Jack -- I have saved you tens of thousands of dollars in child support over the years. Can't you be just the tiniest bit generous and loan me enough money to put a roof over my head?
Jack: You kept me from knowing my daughter for 26 years. You owe me.
Mary: I've given you Greenlee. I don't have anything else to give.
Jack: Fine, Mary. I'll tell you what -- I will give you enough money to keep your head above water.
Mary: Thank you.
Jack: Now -- no, no, no, no, don't thank me. There's a condition.
Mary: Ok. Strings attached.
Jack: Yeah, you bet there are, for Greenleeís sake.
Greenlee: I can't do it, Leo. I'm not ready to let you go. Not completely. Not today. Bianca, wait.
Bianca: Greenlee, you're, like, the last person that I want to see right now.
Greenlee: I can understand that.
Bianca: Look, I just came here to be alone, ok? I have an appointment, and I needed a few minutes just to not think about anything.
Greenlee: I can leave if you want. Well, I'm glad to see you.
Bianca: Why? You've never been glad to see me before. What's changed? Oh, do you feel sorry for me now?
Greenlee: No. I mean, yes, what Michael did to you was --
Bianca: Look, Greenlee, you know, just because my Uncle Jack is your father, it doesn't mean that I'm going to forget about all the terrible things that you have done to me and to my mother.
Greenlee: I'm not asking you to.
Bianca: Well, good, because what you did to their wedding, the way you ruined it like that --
Greenlee: I know, I know.
Bianca: It was selfish, and it was nasty --
Greenlee: I know.
Bianca: Just like you are.
Greenlee: Bianca, my whole world was falling apart. I know it doesn't compare to what you've been through, but it mattered a lot to me, ok? Look, why don't we talk about something else?
Bianca: Like what?
Bianca: Clearly, you need to vent; and there's someone who's driving us both nuts right now. Why don't we -- why don't we bash Kendall. She deserves it after what she's done.
Bianca: No, I'm not going to talk about Kendall.
Kendall: Well, this is very unexpected.
Adam: I hope Iím not imposing.
Kendall: No, no, not at all. A girl's got to eat, right?
Kendall: Thank you.
Adam: Am I keeping you from something?
Kendall: No, I just have a very important meeting later today. I can't be late.
Adam: Ah, the new corporate power in town, a much sought-after woman.
Kendall: Hmm, I don't know about that. Haven't exactly seen a bunch of well-wishers lined up at my door.
Adam: You're dealing with the proletariat, my dear. They lack your vision.
Kendall: Hmm -- I agree.
Adam: You and I are very much alike, Kendall.
Kendall: Because half this town hates us?
Adam: Well, that builds character and motivation.
Kendall: Ah, that it does. Mmm. Excellent choice.
Adam: You're welcome.
Kendall: You know, Adam, I have always admired you -- the way you handle yourself and other people. I've learned a lot from you.
Adam: I'm flattered, but even I wasn't able to best Michael Cambias.
Kendall: Nah, I didn't best him, Adam. I married him. We're on the same side.
Adam: Of course. I've had some experience with marriages that were mutually beneficial.
Kendall: You know what else we have in common?
Kendall: Neither of us is stupid. I know why you're here today. You want your company back.
Adam: Well, what's Chandler Enterprises without a Chandler?
Adam: Touchť, touchť; but having me on your side would only be to your benefit, Kendall.
Kendall: I don't know about that. I've gone this far without you.
Adam: Oh, but together, we could be unstoppable.
Kendall: I already am.
Adam: I wouldn't be too sure about that. I can be very resourceful when I have to be.
Edmund: Hey, Ryan. Anybody see you?
Ryan: No, no. Not a chance.
Edmund: Good. You getting a little tired of hiding out?
Ryan: Well, the sooner we find Cambias, the sooner I can go public.
Edmund: And shake this town up, especially Kendall.
Ryan: Yeah. So, what's going on? Have you figured out what building is being demolished today? Because for whatever reason, she's all freaked out about it.
Edmund: Yeah, well, I --
Liza: I don't need an appointment to see Mr. Grey. He's a friend. My goodness. You know what? You want to call security, go right ahead. Just see how far that's going to get you.
Edmund: Ah, Liza.
Liza: That secretary of yours -- she comes with an underground fence?
Edmund: Actually, I'm in the middle of something.
Liza: Yeah, I know, I know, so Iíll make it quick. Listen, this article you were planning on publishing about Kendall and Fusion --
Edmund: Oh, yeah, well, you know --
Liza: I was going to get an injunction to stop it, and then I thought, well, maybe there's a reporter out there who's willing to see both sides of it. What's that?
Edmund: What's what?
Liza: I smell -- Ryan.
Edmund: Ryan? Ryan? Ryan who?
Liza: Ryan Lavery. That's his after-shave. Don't you smell that?
Edmund: You know what you're smelling? You're smelling me.
Edmund: Yeah. Well, one Christmas Santa got a little crazy. He gave us all the same after-shave.
Liza: Huh. Ryan's been gone almost a year. That stuff's still good?
Edmund: I wasn't aware that after-shave had a shelf life of --
Edmund: Anyway, listen, about the article -- Liza, you don't have to worry about Kendall because she's got too many holes in her story.
Edmund: I'm not going to, you know, risk the integrity of "Tempo" just for some tabloid headlines.
Liza: Well, that's good to hear.
Edmund: Yeah, I figured you'd like it, you know, once I got a chance to tell you.
Liza: Hmm. Well, I'll let you get back to work.
Edmund: All right, thank you. See you.
Liza: See you.
Edmund: Ah, and smell you. You may want to think about just a dab or two of cologne instead of taking a bath in it.
Ryan: Yeah, I'll see what I can do.
Edmund: Yeah. We'd better find Cambias, and fast. You got too many girlfriends and exes in this town to hide out forever.
Mia: Oh, my God.
Aidan: Here, drink some water. It'll make you feel better.
Mia: No. No, no, no. I think I need to hire a body double. Oh, God. I'm supposed to be making plans to announce the winner of our contest. I've got to get to work.
Aidan: Well, it'll be a lot easier if you drink that.
Mia: No. No, no.
Aidan: Fine. Suit yourself.
Mia: I must be hallucinating. You're doing sit-ups.
Aidan: Yep. I do them every morning.
Mia: Oh. I didn't -- I didn't cross any other lines last night, did I? Oh, God. Oh, Lord.
Aidan: No, I'm only kidding. I was the perfect gentleman. Besides, Iíd hope you'd at least remember.
Mia: I don't suppose you have a gentleman's cure for this hangover, do you?
Aidan: Oh, yeah, I have one.
Mia: You do?
Aidan: Yep. You won't like it very much, though.
Mia: Oh, God, that's ok. If it'll get rid of this pounding headache, please just --
Mia: Bring it on.
Aidan: Don't say I didn't warn you.
Mia: Whoa. Oh, where are we going? Whoa? Oh, no -- go slow. Oh.
Jack: Here's the deal. I'm willing to give you a monthly allowance, but there's a condition. You have to leave town.
Mary: Leave town?
Jack: Yeah, that's right. You can't stay here, and you can't come back.
Mary: I may be the world's worst mother, but I'm still Greenleeís mother, and if you make me leave town, she's never going to forgive you, Jack.
Jack: All right, Iíll tell you what. I'll add a proviso -- if Greenlee should want to see you, you can come back. I'll even spring for the ticket. How's that sound?
Mary: She's got you wrapped around her little finger already, doesn't she? She's -- she's using you to do her dirty work, playing upon you because she was so neglected when she was growing up.
Jack: Yes, indeed she was. You have no idea, do you, Mary, what you denied her by lying to her for all these years, huh?
Mary: I'm giving it to her now. She's got you. She has my money. She has it all, and I'm still the bad guy. I don't want your money. You keep your money, but Iím not going anywhere; and you tell Greenlee you failed. You see how long she stays on your side.
Kendall: Ok, so this is the part where you come in.
Adam: What you want is to be the figurehead. I have no problem with that. You've earned it, but to run a company as sophisticated as Chandler Enterprises? We don't dabble in lipstick. You've got Enchantment. You've got Fusion. You're welcome to them. They're yours. You've earned it. You can lord it over your mother as long as you want.
Kendall: Do you know how I got this far, Adam? People constantly underestimate me. They think every single thing I do is about my mother.
Adam: Well, this is not about your mother. It's about you and me. I don't have to play nice. One word from me -- one word -- and I could drive Chandler Enterprises so far into the ground that that swamp you crawled out of in Florida will look like the White House lawn.
Kendall: Go ahead. It's your legacy. I can take the hit.
Adam: Ok. I misjudged you. I thought that you were smarter than this. It never occurred to me you would be foolish enough to turn me down.
Adam: You're amused?
Kendall: I'm very amused. You seem to have forgotten that I know exactly how you maneuver, Adam. J.R. told me all about it before he left town to get away from you.
Adam: Leave my son out of this.
Kendall: Have you heard from him lately? I miss him, that sweet kid. We bonded over the holidays -- all about our emotionally destructive parents. I miss him. Miss that kid. Good kid.
Adam: Your mother was right. You're an arrogant, classless wannabe. It's going to be very lonely at the top.
Boyd: Is there a problem here?
Adam: No, there's no problem.
Boyd: Would you like me to see him out?
Adam: I can see myself out, thank you. I'm going to enjoy dismantling your little empire, Mrs. Cambias.
Kendall: Well, you can start with Chandler Enterprises. There will be security waiting in your office for you.
Boyd: What do you think you're doing? Kendall, you don't need any more enemies.
Kendall: No, no, no, no, you do not understand, Boyd. I -- Adam just did me a huge favor.
Kendall: He inspired me. I finally have a way that I can help Bianca and myself.
Boyd: Kendall --
Kendall: No, don't worry, Boyd. Don't worry. This time, no one's going to get hurt.
Greenlee: What did Kendall do to you now?
Bianca: Kendall can do what she wants. I don't care. It doesn't matter to me.
Greenlee: She's your sister.
Bianca: Are you thinking about Leo right now?
Greenlee: How did you know?
Bianca: This is your place. This is where you got married. You keep twisting your ring around again and again.
Greenlee: Oh. I wish he were here now -- for you.
Bianca: Thanks. So do I.
Greenlee: You were a really good friend to him, Bianca.
Bianca: He was my best friend.
Greenlee: Mine, too. I know it's not the same, but I -- I could try --
Bianca: Let's not push it, Greenlee.
Greenlee: You've been through a lot, Bianca. If Leo were here, he'd want to make sure you were ok.
Bianca: Well, I am ok, so you and everybody else can just stop asking me -- oh --
Greenlee: What? What's the matter?
Bianca: I broke a nail.
Greenlee: Ok, here, let me get it.
Bianca: It's fine. It's a nail --
Greenlee: It's easy. Come here, come here.
Bianca: It's nothing, please.
Greenlee: Come on, you want to look good for your appointment, don't you?
Bianca: Doesn't really matter how I look.
Greenlee: Of course it does. Of course it does. Let me see. Here we go. May I?
Bianca: Sure. Thanks.
Greenlee: You know, your testimony in court about what Michael did to you -- it was the bravest thing Iíve ever seen anyone do.
Edmund: Listen, Lizaís not the only one that's going to pick up on your scent. There's -- let me see -- Mia, Kendall, Greenlee --
Ryan: Hey, hey! Whoa, whoa, slow down. What, have you been, like, keeping score or something here?
Edmund: It's not hard to do.
Ryan: Hey, look, all right, I'm not proud of how I handled myself after Gillianís death, but I was all, you know -- I was lost or whatever --
Edmund: All right, listen, listen -- Ryan, Ryan, Ryan, if there's anybody who understands being lost, it was me, all right?
Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, but you got the happy ending. Maria came back to you and the kids.
Edmund: Well, you had, you know, a couple of nice -- ahem -- moments with Kendall.
Ryan: Yeah. Well, a lot's changed since then. I have changed.
Edmund: Yeah, well, she hasn't. Remember that.
Ryan: I know that. I've got my priorities straight. Don't worry about it.
Edmund: Good, good. Listen to me -- I found out that the stables in the park -- they're scheduled to come down today.
Ryan: Great, great. I'll check this out. You keep looking.
Edmund: Ok, good. You got it.
Ryan: All right.
Edmund: Listen, Ryan, the fastest way to get to the stables is that path that cuts through the boathouse.
Ryan: Ok. I got it.
Greenlee: Bianca, I was just trying to be nice. Obviously, Iím not very good at it. I didn't mean to make you cry.
Bianca: You didn't do anything wrong. It's ok. I cry at cereal commercials these days.
Greenlee: Me, too. Me, too. Everyone's always cheerful and normal and awake.
Greenlee: It's so American and so foreign to me.
Bianca: At least Iím not alone.
Greenlee: No, you're not. Bianca, you've been so amazing. I don't know how you do it.
Bianca: Well -- you know, most days I go through half the day before I even realize it, and then I just wake up and, you know, there I am, just doing whatever I'm doing. Does that make any sense?
Greenlee: More than you know.
Bianca: Anyway, thank you for saying what you said. It was -- it was nice to hear. I guess I just have a lot going on right now.
Greenlee: Do you want me to finish your nail?
Bianca: Yeah, sure. Thank you.
Greenlee: Leo would know all the right things to say, but he was terrible with an emery board.
Bianca: Well, nobody's perfect.
Greenlee: Leo was. You know, I know I can't take his place or say that you and I should be best friends, but we are cousins, Bianca, and we do share a connection; and if Erica ever ropes Jackson into exchanging vows again, we could be stepsisters.
Bianca: Scary thought.
Greenlee: Which part?
Bianca: Would you really be ok with it if my mom married your dad?
Greenlee: Ok would be stretching it; but if it made Jackson happy, I can accept it, the same way he's accepted me as part of his family, you know? And maybe, hopefully, someday you will, too.
Jack: So, in conclusion, having a family means more than having blood ties. It means sharing what we have, one with the other. So I would just like to thank all of our volunteers for Habitat for Humanity here today and our newest home owners -- Shelley Marcus and her two sons, Phillip and Jordan.
Joe: Hear, hear.
Maria: Yeah, and thank you so much for teaching us what true community is.
Jack: Hey, listen, congratulations for all your hard work, and for all that hard work, here are the keys to your new house. May all the love that went into building it fill it always.
Shelley: Thank you so much. Habitat for Humanity and their volunteers have been a real blessing to my family.
Maria: Oh, please, you made it a big party for us every day. It was so much fun.
Shelley: Oh, I can't believe that it's really our house.
Jordan: I can. Mom, tell them all we're going to show it off.
Shelley: They can't wait to have their friends over.
Joe: Well, I think Phillip said it best when he first saw the house. He just turned to me and said --
Phillip: Off the hook.
Shelley: How can you go wrong with an endorsement like that?
Jack: Well, I'll tell you what. You can have us over on Christmas morning, we'll all unwrap our gifts there, how's that?
Shelley: Oh, please.
Adam: A word with you, Jack?
Jack: Not now, Adam. I'm in the middle of something, all right?
Adam: I don't give a damn. The photo op can wait. This is about Kendall Cambias.
Jack: Why don't you come by office and make an appointment like everybody else, then?
Adam: I am not everybody else.
Jack: Get your hands off me.
Adam: What are you doing about Kendall?
Jack: I'm handling it.
Adam: Well, handle it better. I want that woman arrested and thrown in jail where she belongs, and if you're not going to do it, I'll find somebody who will.
Mia: No, Aidan, no! No! Oh!
Aidan: Come on.
Mia: It's cold, it's cold! Oh!
Aidan: I thought you said you could handle anything.
Mia: I thought you said you were a gentleman.
Aidan: I am.
Mia: How do you like it? It's cold, huh?
Aidan: You feel better?
Aidan: We should really get out of these wet clothes.
Aidan: I'll give you some privacy.
Jack: Adam, when we have concrete evidence that Kendall is linked to Michaelís disappearance, we'll be all over it.
Adam: Please. Your department couldn't find dirt under a rock.
Jack: You think you can do a better job, then you have at it. I understand you got a lot of free time these days, huh, Adam?
Adam: My -- my company was stolen from me.
Jack: Was it, indeed? Well, you prove it.
Adam: That laissez-faire attitude is precisely why you were unable to keep Cambias behind bars.
Jack: I had him behind bars until you bailed him out, you damn fool.
Adam: That was a strategic business maneuver.
Jack: You set him loose on this community. That's what you did.
Adam: Yeah, but what are you doing to get him back? He skates on the charges against him, he skipped town, and you're standing here handing out keys. How much of a head start are you going to give him, Jackson? Why are you defending and protecting Michael Cambias?
Jack: Protecting Michael Cambias? Protecting the man that raped my niece and terrorized my family? I don't want Michael Cambias protected, Adam. I want him dead!
Adam: At last, some conviction from the District Attorney.
Jack: You go to hell.
Adam: You can't hide behind your mistakes forever, Jackson. We both know who's responsible for what happened with Michael Cambias. We both know that. With the law or without the law, I'm going to see that the Cambiases and anyone associated with the Cambiases is going to get what's coming to them.
Boyd: I'm all for helping Bianca, Kendall. You know that.
Kendall: Right. Well, then, what is your problem?
Boyd: My problem is there's a huge threat hanging over you, over both of us. All right, you need to stay focused.
Kendall: I am focused, ok, Boyd? And I know what you've done for me and how much it's cost you. I do.
Boyd: Kendall, stopping the demolition of this building is critical. Come on, we've got too much riding on this. This should be the only thing on your mind right now.
Kendall: What the hell else do you want me to do? The owner refused to meet with me before this afternoon.
Boyd: Just don't get sidetracked, ok? Not now.
Kendall: I'm not, but Adamís right. He completely opened my eyes. There's no way I can run these companies on my own.
Boyd: Do you really think Biancaís in any shape to take on that kind of responsibility right now?
Kendall: Not Bianca. Lena.
Kendall: Yeah, Lena. Why not? She knows more about Enchantment and Cambias than anybody else.
Boyd: You're serious?
Kendall: Yeah, I'm damn serious. I can offer her a nice big fat raise that would make anyone jealous, and she'll come crawling back, thanking me in two different languages.
Boyd: Kendall, I don't know.
Kendall: Listen, I know that you still don't trust her.
Boyd: Yeah, with good reason.
Kendall: Boyd, Michael used a lot of other people, not just Lena.
Boyd: All right, fine, but exactly how does this help Bianca?
Kendall: Bianca still loves her.
Boyd: Kendall, they broke up.
Kendall: Yes, I know that, but sooner or later, Biancaís going to want to get back together with her; and when she does, Lena will be waiting for her.
Boyd: Right. Not to mention getting them back together would be a great way to stick it to Erica.
Kendall: People can think whatever the hell they want to. I'm doing this for Bianca.
Boyd: Where are you going?
Kendall: I'm going to find Lena. Are you with me?
Bianca: This is Fusion?
Greenlee: Yeah, it's nice, huh?
Bianca: It's ok.
Greenlee: Ok? It's fabulous, and you know it; but with Kendall running the show, it may be discontinued, so you might want to stock up on it while you have the chance.
Bianca: Yeah, I'll get right on that.
[Bianca and Greenlee giggle]
Jack: Well, my, my, my, what do we have here.
Bianca: Uncle Jack --
Jack: Hi. Why, I had no idea you two were so friendly.
Bianca: Oh, well, we're not, really.
Greenlee: God, no.
Bianca: Yeah, in the past, Greenlee and I really only had one thing in common.
Greenlee: Yeah, we just never really wanted to admit it.
Jack: And that would be Leo, I take it?
Bianca: Yeah, but now we have somebody else in common.
Greenlee: Yeah. Somebody pretty spectacular.
Mia: So -- so why do you let Kendall get to you so much?
Aidan: I'm just fed up with watching her self-destruct, that's all.
Mia: Yeah. You ought to catch her power act trip at work. You sure she won't listen to you?
Aidan: Nope. I've tried. She told me to go to hell.
Mia: You act like you're following her advice. Ok, well, time for me to do the walk of shame over to B.J.ís.
Aidan: Oh, come on, I can give you a lift.
Mia: No, it's ok. I think the fresh air will probably, you know, help me clear my head a little.
Aidan: And you don't think the shower did that?
Mia: Let me make a graceful exit, would you?
Aidan: All right.
Mia: All right. So thank you for, you know, taking care of me last night.
Aidan: Anytime. You're very welcome.
Mia: And, Aidan, Kendallís a bloody fool. You know, Fusionís flying in the five final contestants, and we're going to announce the big winner, so we've been watching all these tapes -- all these guys trying to convince us that they really are one of the good guys; but, you know, you never had to try. With you, we knew.
Aidan: Well, you know what they say about the good guys finishing last.
Mia: Well, you're first with me. Ok. I'll see you.
Aidan: Clive, thanks for getting back to me so soon. Yeah, I'm looking for a job. The furthest away from Pine Valley, the better.
Winifred: Oh! Oh, Mr. Chandler, welcome home. I am so glad to see you. I can't even begin to tell you what has been going on here. The reporters have just been swarming here. Ever since you lost Chandler Enterprises, they've -- I mean, since the illegal hostile takeover, sir.
Adam: Have you heard anything --
Winifred: From your houseguest. Yes, I have; and just let me tell you, I've taken care of everything. It wasn't easy, though, because --
Adam: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on, hold on. What houseguest?
Mary: This one.
Jack: Well, thank you very much, both of you; but, you know, I didn't mean to intrude.
Greenlee: Oh, there's enough nail polish to go around.
Jack: Oh, well, thank goodness. I thought I might be too late. No, actually, I just need to talk to Bianca here, just the two of us, if you don't mind.
Greenlee: Oh, sure. Whatever. No problem.
Bianca: You know, don't you?
Jack: Yes, I do.
Greenlee: Bianca, is this about your appointment today?
Kendall: Ok. I'm so glad you're here. At least now, Lena will know that Iím making her a serious offer.
Boyd: It's ok.
Kendall: Ok. Lena?
Boyd: You sure that was her car in the parking lot?
Kendall: Yeah, I'm positive. That's weird. Lena?
Boyd: Is she ok?
Kendall: I don't know. Lena.
Boyd: Oh, God, no.
Boyd: No. Lena!
Boyd: Lena -- Lena, wake up.
Kendall: Oh, my God, Lena. Lena!
Boyd: Lena, wake up.
Kendall: Lena, wake up. Lena, Lena, can you hear us?
Bianca: No, my appointment today is not a big deal, so -- it's about my mother.
Greenlee: Oh, ok. Well, good luck with it, whatever it is.
Bianca: Thanks. We'll go. You can stay here.
Greenlee: You sure?
Jack: See you later.
Bianca: Greenlee -- sometimes things aren't so bad once you give them a shot.
Greenlee: I won't tell.
Bianca: I wasn't talking about --
Greenlee: I know.
Greenlee: You were right, Leo. Bianca's a sweet person, even if Erica is her mother. Ryan? Ryan -- Ryan, I saw you. Come back here!
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Adam: What kind of a scam are you trying to pull?
Juan Pablo: What is your problem?
Greenlee: My problem is Ryan.
Erica: Bianca is at a clinic right now going through something that no woman should ever have to go through.
Bianca: I'm here for an appointment.
Kendall: An appointment with David?
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