AMC Transcript Friday 9/26/03

 

All My Children Transcript Friday 9/26/03

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Tad: What?

Mia: So what are you waiting for?

Tad: Did I miss something?

Simone: Oh, you don't have to.

Mia: Simone was just trying to convince us to make a night of it.

Simone: Yeah, you want to join us?

Tad: Oh --

Simone: Come on.

Tad: Well, you know, as much fun as it sounds, I -- I think I�ll pass. You guys go ahead without me.

Simone: All right, you lose. Liza?

Liza: I actually have something I have to take care of.

Simone: Ah.

Mia: I'll stay. So will Simone.

Simone: What?

Mia: Yeah, we've got Fusion�s finalists coming into town. We've got schedules to coordinate.

Simone: No, no, no, time-out. You know what? I've already worked here all day long. I don't even work here anymore.

Mia: And we got the one-sheets for the gala we have to approve. We got things to do. We're busy.

Simone: No, wait. What about my seven minutes?

Tad: That is one weird duck.

Liza: Not as weird as some of the ducks I�ve seen. So I gather you are not here for our free samples.

Tad: Au contraire, I'm kind of partial to body glitter myself.

Liza: Hmm, Tad?

Tad: All right, fine, you're right. I'm sort of here about us.

Liza: Is there an us?

Opal: Yeah, I know my way. Good evening. Thank you very much.

Adam: What in blazes are you doing here?

Opal: They found him.

Adam: Who found whom?

Opal: They found that snake Michael Cambias in an old meatpacking plant, and he was deader than roadkill.

Adam: And that gives you reason to storm into my home?

Opal: Yeah, I got reason. I got a right to know.

Adam: Know what, Opal?

Opal: What kind of devilry were you up to the night that Michael Cambias disappeared and why were you teaming up with Palmer?

David: Well, you look better than the last time I saw you.

Lena: Thank you. I feel much better. How soon can I be discharged?

David: Don't rush it. You don't chow down on poison and expect to just waltz out of a hospital.

Lena: Yes, thank you. I already got a lecture from Kendall.

David: Good, because that's not why I'm here. Although, you should be happy that you didn't succeed. Otherwise, you might have ended up in hell, right behind Michael Cambias.

Lena: What?

David: You haven't heard. Cambias is dead. They just found his body.

Lena: That took long enough.

Bianca: It's not possible, Uncle Jack. Michael couldn't have been killed. It's not true.

Jack: No, it's true, Bianca. Believe me. I just left the crime scene.

Bianca: You don't understand, Uncle Jack. You don't know what this means.

Jack: Ok, so why don't you tell me what this means.

Reggie: Yo, pops. What's up? You know, the office told me you was going to be here. Want to get something to eat?

Bianca: Reggie, they found him. They found him. Michael Cambias is dead, and they think that somebody killed him.

Man: Guys, let's get down to business.

Derek: Kendall? Kendall, are you all right?

Kendall: Oh, my God, I -- I just thought I saw Michael�s eyes open.

Derek: Perry, bring me some water and have somebody call a doctor.

Kendall: No, no. I don't need a doctor. I don't need any water. I'm fine, really. I just -- I just need some space. No. No. No, it can't be. Oh, my God! Oh, my God! Oh, my God, is Michael still alive?

Reggie: Look, it's cool, girl.

Bianca: How can you say that? They found him.

Reggie: Look, chill. Everything's going to be all right.

Bianca: No, it can't be, not now, not when --

Reggie: Look, Michael must have messing around on the wrong side of town, ok? He got mixed up with the wrong guys, got hisself strung up and killed.

Jack: "Strung up"?

Reggie: Yeah, you know, some punk didn't want to do the time, so he hid the body. Right, J?

Jack: How'd you know that Michael Cambias was strung up?

Kendall: No! No, how -- how could he still be alive? Derek, how could he still be alive?

Derek: Kendall, Kendall, Kendall, your husband is very dead.

Kendall: No, no, he was coming towards me. I saw him.

Derek: Yes, yes, Cambias was moving, but that's because my people were taking him off the hook. Come, see for yourself. Come on. We couldn't exactly leave him up here forever. I mean, the M.E.'s job is tough enough without having to deal with a swinging corpse.

Man: Hey, careful. There may be evidence underneath those nails.

Second man: I got it, but this guy's a Popsicle.

Kendall: He's really dead.

Derek: You seem pretty upset.

Kendall: Well, of course I am. He was my husband.

Derek: It's just that -- well, I read a copy of your statement to Chief Devane, the one you made when you returned from your wedding in Vegas. You didn't exactly come across as the devoted wife.

Kendall: Well, maybe I didn't marry him for love, but it's still a shock to see someone so dead.

Derek: I suppose so.

Kendall: What?

Derek: You talk to your husband much?

Kendall: Enough. Why?

Derek: When did he get back into town?

Kendall: I didn't even know he was here.

Derek: You didn't?

Kendall: No. Michael jumped bail. Pine Valley is the last place I thought I would ever see his face.

Derek: As it turns out, it was. But you know what the real kicker is?

Kendall: What?

Derek: Cambias not only ended up in Pine Valley, he ended up impersonating a side of beef in the exact same building his wife bought this morning. Tell me, what inspired your purchase, Mrs. Cambias?

Tad: You know, sooner -- sooner or later, you and I have got to decide what exactly --

Liza: Yes?

Tad: It's just -- you know, right now it just feels like, you know, we're just --

Liza: Well, just say it. Just spit it out.

Tad: I -- I know you feel it, too. Look, we've known each other a long time, right?

Liza: Yeah, that's right.

Tad: And in fact, we probably know each other better than anybody else, right?

Liza: Probably.

Tad: Ok, this is it. That's a good thing, right?

Liza: I think so.

Tad: Ah! See? There it is. No. Wrong.

[Tad imitates buzzer]

Tad: Because you had to think about it. You weren't sure. That's why it could be a really, really bad thing.

Liza: Where are you going with this?

Tad: All right, English, all right, you and I are here with each other because we're survivors. I mean, the reason we're still playing together after all these years is because we've survived the good, the bad, and the truly scary. And lately, I'm really getting a feeling that unless we're supercareful that all that history, no matter how precious, is going to screw up the future.

Liza: Or not.

Tad: Liza, come on. I know you know what I�m talking about. It's the reason we didn't get on that plane.

Liza: Well, no, I had to stay to save Fusion.

Tad: You really believe that? Look, do you remember what you told me when you showed up at my house with those airline tickets? Ok? Right?

Liza: Mm-hmm.

Tad: No regrets. No holding back. Well, once we got to that airport and past security and down to the gate, that's all we did is hold back. The simple truth is because neither one of us wanted to get into something that, you know, we couldn't get out of again. Can I tell you something? Do you remember in high school when the world was still cooling, and we had our baby teeth, the first time I asked you to dance? Because I do.

Liza: I was with Alfred.

Tad: No. Alfred was with his bow tie. You were standing next to him. You turned me down flat. And in one way or another, I've been hooked ever since.

Liza: Me, too.

Tad: And that's why this is so crazy, because it should be so easy.

Liza: But it's not.

Tad: No. See, going away together for a week in Tahiti, the South Seas, it sounds great, but the fact is we've just got too much baggage.

Liza: Yeah.

Tad: There's too many expectations.

Liza: And island girls rubbing their coconuts up against you, me holding all the luggage.

Tad: "Their coconuts"?

Liza: Oh, I mean -- you know, a lot of people share a past. They get over it.

Tad: Well, we're tripping over ours.

Liza: You mean, are you talking about Dixie?

Tad: No, because I know Dixie would want me to be happy.

Liza: Even with a woman who practically tore her marriage apart?

Tad: Don't do that. You had a lot of help. I'm talking about the fact that you're probably the best friend that I�ve ever had.

Liza: And you're mine.

Tad: Yeah, well, I'm not about to do something that's going to screw that up. It scares me to death, and I -- I just -- I don't want to hurt you.

Liza: Well, I don't want to hurt you.

Tad: Liza, you and I have been dancing around the what-ifs about you and me for so long it got to be a game --

Liza: Hmm.

Tad: Until we were at that gate. And then all of a sudden, it was walk the walk or bail.

Liza: And we bailed.

Tad: Doesn't that tell you something?

Liza: That we're cowards?

Tad: No. That somewhere, somewhere along the way, you know, in spite of everything, in spite of ourselves, we picked up a little wisdom.

Tad: I can't promise you all the things that you deserve, not for the long haul. And for that, I am truly sorry.

Liza: You know, you don't have to apologize to me, because I'm just not a candidate for the long haul.

Tad: So what do we do now?

Liza: I think that we take up skydiving.

Tad: I've done that.

Liza: You know what we need?

Tad: To get drunk?

Liza: No. A transitional person.

Tad: Come again?

Liza: That no-strings, no-frills kind of person that helps you get back on the horse, but doesn't ride into the sunset with you.

Tad: You are prescribing mindless sex and one-night stands to me?

Liza: Well, I think you should pace yourself. I guess our dance is over, huh?

Tad: Maybe they're just not playing our song yet.

Liza: I have work to do.

Mia: You know, Liza was right.

Tad: You were eavesdropping?

Mia: There's nothing like a no-strings fling to, you know, kick-start your love life.

Tad: With the risk of getting my butt kicked, are you speaking from experience or are you making me an offer?

Adam: The fumes at the Glamorama must have gone to your head. I can't stand to be in the same room with Pete Cooney.

Opal: Is that a fact?

Adam: Yes, that's a fact. Now, also, I was looking forward to a quiet evening at home.

Opal: Well, if you're so all set fired against breathing the same air as Palmer Cortlandt, how do you explain a certain watch given to you by your then-devoted wife being found on Palmer�s jet? I'm -- I�m just surprised someone didn't try to kill Michael before.

David: Well, there certainly isn't a shortage of candidates for that honor.

Lena: Do the police suspect anyone?

David: I don't know. But whoever murdered Cambias did the world a big favor.

Lena: The world and Bianca. Oh, God, the relief. She'll never have to face him again. Thank God. I know it will never really be over for Bianca, but at least with Michael gone she can begin to, you know, reclaim her life. David?

David: Yeah.

Lena: Bianca's all right, isn't she? I mean, there's nothing else that's happened? If there was, I'm sure you would know.

David: Lena, if you want to know about Bianca, you'll have to ask somebody else. I'm bound by confidentiality.

Lena: Yes, of course. I understand. It's just I've been so worried.

David: We all have.

Lena: Well, we don't have to worry anymore because Cambias is gone and Bianca�s free. And even if -- even if I can't be together with her, at least I know she's safe. Have you spoken to her about Michael�s death?

David: No. Not yet.

Lena: I wish I could be there to see her face when she finds out. Oh, it must be the happiest day of her life.

Jack: Reggie, how do you know how Cambias' body was found? That's something only the police know.

Reggie: Well, you know how those things work, right?

Jack: Suppose you tell me.

Reggie: Well, the cops always think they got a lock on information.

Jack: Go ahead, I'm listening.

Reggie: Jack, it's all over the hood. My cuz saw the cops down at that meatpacking place. He went in there to check it out, and he overheard one of the cops saying that Michael�s body was strung up like a hunk of beef.

Jack: Your cuz did, huh? I don't suppose your cousin heard how long Michael had been there, did he?

Reggie: I don't know. Is there a problem?

Jack: No, there's no problem.

Bianca: Oh --

Jack: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa. Are you ok?

Bianca: Yeah. It's a headache.

Jack: You want me to go get a couple of aspirin for you?

Bianca: No. Could you maybe get me some water?

Jack: Sure. One glass of water coming up.

Bianca: Reggie, that gun that you bought --

Reggie: Look, it's gone, remember? You threw it away.

Bianca: Ok, so nobody knows that you had that gun?

Reggie: No, nobody except for the guy I bought it from. Look, Bianca, nobody else knows that I had that gun and that you dumped it.

Bianca: Ok, but if it ever got out --

Reggie: Bianca, chill, ok? If you're cool, then I�m cool, too.

Kendall: You know that I bought this building?

Derek: And I can't wait to hear why.

Kendall: I'm not sure what you're getting at, but I don't --

Aidan: Don't say another word, Kendall. I hate to spoil your fun, Derek.

Kendall: Aidan, what the hell are you doing here? I thought that you left town.

Aidan: You don't owe the police an explanation, especially without a lawyer present.

Kendall: You're very loyal, Aidan, but I am more than willing to answer Lieutenant Frye's questions. My husband told me to buy the building.

Derek: He did? And when did that happen?

Kendall: I don't know, yesterday or the day before. Michael gave me the address and insisted that I buy the place today.

Derek: Did he say why?

Kendall: Afraid not.

Derek: You didn't ask?

Kendall: I didn't care. I was just doing as I was told.

Derek: I'm sorry, you don't seem like the type.

Kendall: Look, I have been trying to run a fistful of companies for my husband. I really don't have time to stop and wonder about every little detail.

Derek: Even details about how your husband ended up frozen solid? And how do you think that happened?

Kendall: Well, maybe he met somebody here and there was an accident.

Derek: Well, it wasn't an accident that somebody tapped into an outside power line to keep the refrigeration system running.

Kendall: I wouldn't know a thing about that.

Derek: I didn't expect you would.

Detective: Lieutenant Frye?

Derek: Yeah?

Detective: Well, the victim was definitely dead before he was put on the hook.

Derek: Cause of death?

Detective: I can't say for sure until I get him on the table.

Derek: Best guess.

Man: Gunshot straight through the chest.

Derek: So much for your accident theory. This right here, cold-blooded murder.

Derek: Death by gunshot. Anything you want to tell me, Mrs. Cambias?

Aidan: Kendall's had enough. I'm going to take her home, so if you have any more questions, you can reach her there.

Derek: I'll be in touch, Kendall.

Aidan: Come on.

Derek: You can count on it. What else do you have?

Detective: Time of death? Won't know till we get him thawed out.

Justin: Ow.

Derek: Can I help you, McCoy?

Justin: Hey, Lieutenant. I heard they made you Acting Police Chief now. Congratulations.

Derek: Yeah, thanks.

Justin: Well, let's just hope they make that permanent.

Derek: Thanks.

Justin: Well, I guess Devane took off just in time.

Derek: Well, she had her reasons. Jackson put you on this case?

Justin: No. I took the call myself. Thought I'd just come down and see what's what.

Derek: You're barely cutting your teeth in the D.A.�s office. You sure you're up for this?

Justin: Yeah. Why not?

Derek: Well, if Jackson Montgomery trusts you --

Justin: Well, he's got to. It's not like Jack can get involved, considering Cambias raped his niece.

Derek: Try telling Jack that. Whoever did this had real rage for the man.

Justin: Well, any suspects besides our lovely widow?

Derek: I got a feeling we're just getting started.

Jack: Well, maybe you should get some sleep. It's been kind of a long day.

Bianca: Yeah, that's a good idea. So I�ll just tell Mom that you dropped by.

Jack: Oh, you know what? I'm going to tell her myself. I'm just going to wait right over here until you go off to the land of nod. How does that sound?

Bianca: You know, Uncle Jack, I don't need a babysitter, and I'm not even going to go to sleep until Mom gets home. Hey, Reggie, why don't you show me how to play chess like you've been promising?

Reggie: Yeah, and I'll even go easy on you. See, Jack, it's going to be a while, so I think it's best if you just leave, I�ll meet you back home?

Jack: Oh, no, no, no. Why would I want to miss Bianca�s first chess lesson? Besides, if I hang around here, I may even learn something from the master himself. Right, dog?

Reggie: Right.

Bianca: Well, I'll go get the board.

Adam: I was wondering what happened to that. Thank you for returning it.

Opal: Oh, not so fast, not so fast. Now, I want an explanation. I want to know how this turned up on Palmer�s jet the very same night that Cambias went missing.

Adam: How should I know? I was fishing with Stuart in Canada.

Opal: Well, this says otherwise, doesn't it? Now, come on, Adam, tell me. Did you actually help Cambias meet his maker?

Adam: If you're so damn curious, why don't you go badger Palmer and leave me out of it.

Opal: Don't think I haven't tried. It was like milking a pigeon. And now he's flown the coop!

Adam: I don't blame him.

Opal: Well, until Palmer resurfaces, you're the only one I got for answers.

Adam: Well, I'm fresh out of answers, and patience.

Opal: Adam, Adam, the cops are going to find out who did Cambias in. And as much as he deserved it, his killer, or killers, are going to be tried for murder. Now, as crazy as Palmer makes me, for the sake of his son, I don't want to see him spend the rest of his days in the state pen. So I�m begging you, please, if you know anything, you got to help me so that I can help Palmer.

Adam: Opal, Opal, listen to me. You want to help Palmer? Go home and keep your mouth shut.

Kendall: Shouldn't you be knee-deep in terrorists and covert wars right about now?

Aidan: Change of plans.

Kendall: Do you miss me that much?

Aidan: Nope. I saw a news bulletin in the airport about Cambias.

Kendall: So you really did come back for me.

Aidan: Yeah.

Kendall: Aidan, I did not kill Michael.

Aidan: And I should just believe you?

Kendall: Believe in me. You've got to believe in me. Can you do that?

Aidan: Believe in you?

Kendall: Yeah. Is that so hard?

Aidan: You have lied to me, you have shut me out, you have pushed me away, and you have told me to give up on you!

Kendall: Yeah, but you're still here. You chose me over international thugs and covert warfare. So does that mean that we're still friends?

Aidan: Something like that. But you have got to let me help you. I'm serious.

Kendall: You can, Aidan, you can. But you've got to have faith in me that I did not kill Michael.

Aidan: Why? Because you said so?

Kendall: If I had proof, I would give it to you.

Aidan: But you won�t.

Kendall: I can�t.

Aidan: I've told you, Kendall, you are playing a high-stakes game.

Kendall: Yeah, I know that, Aidan, and I�m afraid. I saw the look in Derek�s eyes. He thinks that I killed Michael, and so do my friends and family.

Aidan: Well, you haven't done anything to convince them otherwise, have you?

Kendall: Well, why should I have to? You've stood by me through everything. Why can't they?

Aidan: Ah, that's the rub.

Kendall: What?

Aidan: I know, Kendall, that when you want something you go beyond all reason to get it. You don't care about the consequences or how it will hurt you.

Kendall: That's not true.

Aidan: You wanted to get at Erica so badly you lost Ryan. Remember that?

Kendall: That was a long time ago.

Aidan: And Lena, when you wanted to save her from trumped charges and you dragged me out to the Cayman Islands to try and clear her name? And when you wanted to avenge Bianca�s rape, Michael turns up dead.

Kendall: So that's it? I'm a killer?

Aidan: You stood by me when everyone thought I was a killer. You loved Erica enough you kept a secret you didn't want to keep. You try to hide it, but you were ruled by your heart, and that is a dangerous way to live.

Kendall: Maybe. But if you just believe me one more time, Aidan, I can make it.

Aidan: I believe you.

Kendall: You do? Thank you.

Aidan: I do.

Kendall: Thank you so much, Aidan.

Mia: Well, I mean, you did lay that pretty hot kiss on me that night on the beach.

Tad: Child's play. I hadn't even warmed up yet.

Mia: Hmm, well, it's too bad there's such a string factor with you and me. I mean, Liza�s my sister and your brother is my ex-fiancÚ after all.

Tad: Not to mention I never date anybody who can beat me to death with her bare hands.

Mia: Oh, well, I guess I'll just have to find somebody else.

Tad: Oh, well, something tells me that that is not going to be much of a problem for you. I, on the other hand, have a very ugly reputation to live down, and I'm wondering if there's anybody in this entire town I don't have history with. Maybe Myrtle, but something tells me she's pretty kinky.

Mia: Well, I definitely can't help you there. I'm sorry. I'm sorry, but good luck.

Tad: Again with the hitting. Thanks. I'll need it.

Mia: You all right?

Liza: You heard?

Mia: Some. That was a very adult breakup, the most mature breakup I have ever seen.

Liza: Yeah, well, it's too bad I didn't mean a word of it.

Mia: What?

Liza: Honestly, did you hear me? Did you hear what I said? I mean, I told him to go out and find somebody else. I mean, I practically insisted.

Mia: Ok, so -- so you don't want Tad to be with someone else?

Liza: No. I want him to be with me.

Mia: What about all that talk about not get tangled up in your past and not being ready for a commitment?

Liza: You know what? I know that we have some strikes against us, but I'm willing to take a chance.

Mia: So why didn't you just say that?

Liza: Because, you know, I was afraid. Just like I was too afraid to go to Tahiti with him.

Mia: Liza, it's not too late.

Liza: Mia, you know what? I just waved a green flag in front of the man's face. When Tad ends up with someone else, it's going to be my own fault.

Mary: Please don't stop on my account.

Tad: What the hell are you doing here?

Mary: I'm just sorry to barge in this way and take you off guard, but I had nowhere else to turn.

Tad: And you end up in my bedroom?

Mary: Tad, please, I'm desperate, and I need someone.

Tad: Yeah, well, don't we all.

Mary: And I hear you're the best. And I need the best private investigator I can find, please.

Tad: Look, wait, this is not an office, ok? And even if it was, I would be closed. So I won't tell you to come back tomorrow. Just don't bother coming back.

Mary: I'm not asking you to do me a favor. It's just that if you don't help me, Liza will be ruined.

Tad: Mary, I've seen you in action. You don't need my help to ruin people's lives.

Mary: Listen, I've been victimized by a terrible con artist, and now he's preying on my daughter.

Tad: Yeah? Is he old enough to shave?

Mary: If you don't stop him, he's going to hurt Greenlee. Now, his name is Juan Pablo Renato Ruiz de Vasquez, and he's allegedly from Argentina --

Tad: From Argentina, I know. Listen, let's just pretend for a moment that I was willing to start digging. There's still the matter of payment, and it's no secret that you're broke.

Mary: And it's no secret there are other compensations for services rendered.

Tad: Ok, that's enough. Ok, movie over. It's time for you to leave, Mary. Come on.

Mary: Wait, I'm just -- I'm appealing to you as a gentleman, Tad.

Tad: No, no, no, I'm serious.

Mary: Please don't turn me away.

Tad: You're wasting your time, ok?

Mary: We can work out something.

Tad: Goodbye.

Mary: You're a creep!

Tad: Bye. How do they find me? I swear, this town is nothing but freaks and nymphomaniacs. My luck. I mean, I turn around there's some wacko in my bedroom, asking for bizarre --

Simone: Here, let me help you with that.

Tad: I give up. Simone, what do you want?

Simone: You.

Mia: Are you sure you want Tad?

Liza: Well, I mean, as sure as I can be about anything, I think.

Mia: Ok. And you're willing to risk all the complications and the history and the confusion and the --

Liza: Ok, you know, you're really making this sound bleak.

Mia: No, no, listen, I'm just trying to be realistic. I mean, are you ready to lay everything on the line to be with Tad?

Liza: Yes.

Mia: You just have to remember he's your best friend. What are you going to do if you crash and burn? What are you going to do if it doesn't work out?

Liza: You know what? I -- I know this sounds really crazy, but I think we can make it work.

Mia: Ok, great! Good! Then what are you doing here? Go! Go find him!

Liza: Ok.

Mia: Go! Yeah!

Liza: You know, you're right, you're right.

Mia: Yeah. What?

Liza: All right, you know what? He could be with that no-frills somebody right now.

Mia: Please. Tad has a history with every woman in this town. If he wants no strings, he's going to have to look under a rock.

Liza: Ok.

Tad: You want me, huh?

Simone: You got a problem with that?

Tad: Oh, no, not at all.

Simone: Good.

Tad: Unless, of course, there's somebody in the closet or in the bathroom or under the bed.

Simone: Tad, there's no one here but me and you.

Tad: And the entire cast of Fusion, just waiting for their cue to parade through the room, right? Come on, where are they?

Simone: Hey, no, I locked your front door.

Tad: Oh, did you?

Simone: Yes.

Tad: Uh-huh.

Simone: Unless you want to be interrupted.

Tad: Oh, no, no, because this is real good. This is great. Seriously, why don't you tell me why you're here, please.

Simone: Well, Liza --

Tad: I knew it. Liza sent you, didn't she?

Simone: No.

Tad: Yes, she did.

Simone: No. I happened to hear her telling you how you needed to saddle up with someone, and I couldn't help but realize that I want the same thing -- without riding into the sunset.

Tad: Is this one of your weird jokes?

Simone: This, Tad, is two people -- we're going to help each other get on with our lives.

Tad: Well, what happens after we finish helping each other?

Simone: Well, then, we kiss each other on a cheek, share a laugh, and go our separate ways.

Tad: You're serious?

Simone: No, I'm never serious. But I will be your transitional person if you'll be mine. Besides, I want to see if you really are as good as your reputation.

Tad: Actually, I'm better.

Simone: Hmm. Well, then, prove it.

Tad: You know, if I was smart, I would throw you out of here right now.

Simone: Yeah, well, if you were smart, you'd quit thinking so much and talking so much and show me what all this fuss is about.

Tad: No strings?

Simone: Only one. You scared?

[Simone and Tad laugh]

Reporter: Michael Cambias was the son of billionaire Alexander Cambias, who recently died of heart failure. He was the heir apparent to the Cambias fortune. While police have not yet revealed the cause of Michael Cambias' death, it appears the victim's body was frozen when it was discovered earlier today. It has issued a statement saying business would continue as usual.

Lena: Thank you.

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

Ryan: If I�m going to hang this murder on somebody, I'd rather it be Hayward, and it looks like this just might do it.

Maggie: They found Michael�s body. Shouldn't I tell them what I know?

Greenlee: I know how to get to Kendall. I'm about to make her an offer she's never been offered before.

Jamie: Party's over!

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