AMC Transcript Thursday 10/2/03

All My Children Transcript Thursday 10/2/03

Provided By Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

Greenlee: Excuse me?

Juan Pablo: You heard me.

Greenlee: But I can't believe it. You're -- you're seriously suggesting that I walk away from Fusion?

Juan Pablo: Precisely.

Greenlee: Juan Pablo, I thought you were on my side.

Juan Pablo: Always.

Greenlee: But it's wrong. I can't give up the company that I slaved over like it's no big deal, like I'm ordering from room service or deciding what dress to wear.

Juan Pablo: They all involve choices, and yours is obvious -- sell your shares to Kendall and walk away.

Greenlee: And do what?

Juan Pablo: Live your life.

Greenlee: You want me to give up the one thing that gets me out of bed in the morning? Fusion is what I love.

Juan Pablo: Are we talking about Fusion now or Ryan Lavery?

Maggie: You know, I am totally going to OD on 19 credits, but, you know, I'm still going to have to take it because if I drop -- what's wrong?

Bianca: What? Oh, you know, I think I left my Economics textbook in your dorm room.

Maggie: No, you did not. It's in your backpack. Come on, you just have back-to-school-itis.

Bianca: No, I don't. I'm fine.

Maggie: You're fine?

Bianca: Yes, fine. F-I-N-E. Freaked out, insecure, not ready, and exit, as in, where is the nearest one?

Maggie: Ok, what is the worst thing that could possibly happen?

Bianca: I don't know, everybody stares at me like I'm a total freak.

Maggie: Ok, and what do you do?

Bianca: Stare back?

Maggie: And you make them blink first. And then if some jerk wants to know what happened with you this summer and what happened to your mom's wedding and what happened at the court hearing --

Bianca: You're right, I'll just tell them to read all the gory details on the Internet.

Maggie: See? You're ready.

Bianca: Guess I'm as ready as I'll ever be.

Maggie: Come on, let's do it.

Bianca: Oh, my God.

Palmer: So, you finally got yours, didn't you? Yeah, whole kit and caboodle, whole ball of wax taken over by Ryan Lavery and Kendall Hart.

Adam: That's not why I called this meeting.

Palmer: And why -- why did you summon me in this God-forsaken hellhole? You know we can't risk being seen together.

Adam: Blame your big-mouth ex-wife for that.

Palmer: Opal? Now what has she done?

Adam: She's shooting off her big wazoo, that's what she's done, and she's blaming me for dragging you into this mess. And we both know very well that you are the one that dragged me into this mess.

Tad: What kind of mess is that, boys? Just how down and dirty are we talking here?

Ryan: What did you just say?

Kendall: Forget it. Please, Ryan --

Ryan: No.

Kendall: Ryan, please let go of me.

Ryan: No, no. No. You just said that you still love me more than any man on this earth.

Kendall: Well, if you heard what I said, why are you making me repeat it?

Ryan: No, no, you just called me a con and you called me a liar, and then you even accused me of giving Michael�s father a push in the grave, and then you say you love me? I'm very confused, Kendall. Which is it? Love or hate?

Kendall: Look, Ryan, I don't want to fight with you. I don't want to rip each other apart over who gets what. Between Alexander�s fortune and Michael�s estate, there's plenty to go around.

Ryan: Yeah. I mean, that was never up for debate. We could give every American $100 and still both be billionaires.

Kendall: So then there's no problem.

Ryan: Yeah, actually, there is. You see, you tried to play me, and you're not going to get away with it.

Greenlee: Ryan? We were discussing business.

Juan Pablo: We were talking about your grand passion.

Greenlee: And that's Fusion. And I won't allow Ryan or anyone else to take it away from me. You know, he thinks that he can sneak around and spy on me and spit on my dreams? Well, I will fight him with everything I've got, because without Fusion, I've got nothing. What, I said something funny?

Juan Pablo: You don't like laughter at your own expense.

Greenlee: Well, who does? Do you wake up every morning hoping that you're going to be the butt of some fool's joke?

Juan Pablo: Would it make me less of a fool if I said I wasn't laughing at you?

Greenlee: Yeah, right.

Juan Pablo: But the idea you would have nothing if you lost your company?

Greenlee: You weren't there, Juan Pablo. You weren't there when a bunch of women sat around a table giving birth to a dream. You weren't there when I tried to get someone -- anyone -- to take my upstart company seriously. Everyone laughed at it, just like you. But I made it happen. I created something amazing out of nothing.

Juan Pablo: So did Michelangelo. But when he finished one creation, he began another. You could do the same, Greenlee.

Ryan: Business 101, Kendall -- always deal with what's on the table.

Kendall: Ok.

Ryan: Now, I have something that you want.

Kendall: Yeah, my company.

Ryan: Hmm.

Ryan: And you said you still love me. Now, was that just a slip of the tongue or were you telling the truth?

Kendall: If I tell you, how will you know if I'm lying or not?

Ryan: Huh.

Greenlee: Juan Pablo, in case you haven't noticed, I'm a businesswoman, not a modern-day Michelangelo.

Juan Pablo: You're not so different.

Greenlee: Oh, you think there's a Sistine Chapel inside me just bursting to get out?

Juan Pablo: Why not? You dabble in different mediums, but the message is still the same.

Greenlee: What message is that?

Juan Pablo: You are your own creation, Greenlee -- brilliant, strong, courageous. You built Fusion with a vision of a true artist. You could do it again.

Greenlee: Start from nothing?

Juan Pablo: Start from a dream. It's hard work, yes, I understand, but you love it. You crave the challenge.

Greenlee: The initial cost would be enormous.

Juan Pablo: Sell your shares to Kendall for seed money, and then come to -- how did you put it, Juan Pablo First National? -- For the rest.

Greenlee: You would do that for me?

Juan Pablo: I'd do anything to see the fire in your eyes.

Greenlee: I don't know what to say.

Juan Pablo: Say no to a pointless war with Ryan. Say yes to life, to a new beginning. With my backing, you can be back on top in whatever you choose.

Greenlee: Well, Astrophysics is out.

Juan Pablo: Your choice, Greenlee. But take a chance. Show everyone what you are made of.

Palmer: I can have you arrested for stalking.

Tad: Take it easy there, Paul Bunyan. This isn't exactly a private club.

Adam: Please, don't you have a job, some actual work that you should be doing?

Tad: Oh, I got plenty that keeps me busy, starting with you two sock puppets.

Palmer: We have nothing to say to you.

Tad: Yeah, I kind of figured that. So how's about I start the conversation rolling and then you two can jump in whenever the mood takes you?

Adam: Oh, for God�s sake.

Tad: See, I'm kind of wondering why two -- thank you -- two titans of industry who normally hate each other's guts would be caught dead throwing back shots together in a toilet like this.

Adam: Hey, watch it. This is my toilet. I mean, I used to own this toilet.

Tad: Yeah, there is that. Guess you got homesick for peanuts and stale beer. What's your excuse, Dorothy?

Palmer: I popped in for a quick one on the way home from the office.

Tad: Must've been a hard day at the mill. Then again, there's probably a good reason why you're both dressed up like escapees from a "Monty Python" sketch.

Adam: How we're dressed and what we're doing here is none of your damn business.

Tad: You know, you're absolutely right, Adam. If you want to get dressed up for trick-or-treat as The Village People, that is your business. But the rather well-known gentleman seen by a lot of witnesses getting off of Palmer Cortlandt�s private jet not too long ago at the airport is mine. Anybody want to hazard a guess as to who that might be? Adam?

Palmer: Oh, hogwash. I wouldn't let him fuel my plane, let alone ride around in it.

Tad: Yeah, that's what plucked my magic twanger. What in the world could be so devastating to get you two flying the friendly skies together?

Adam: Why don't you pack up your Junior PI kit and go home?

Tad: Because I'm still a couple box tops shy of a decoder ring, so how's about I just keep throwing out scenarios till you start to sweat? See, I'm a little concerned that recently you two guys got tired of rubbing elbows with the same high-society types and decided to take a little walk on the wild side. That you were actually arrogant enough, decided to put your heads together and eliminate a threat to society who used to go by the name of Michael Cambias. How am I doing now, Sparky? I'm afraid that one or both of you put the last of the Cambias line in a meat locker.

Man: Hey, Susie.

Maggie: Ok. Whoa, whoa, what's going on?

Bianca: I think that this is called life.

Maggie: Huh?

Bianca: Yeah, like -- like life goes on. Everybody here is so wrapped up in their own thing, like choosing classes or figuring out which frat to rush, that my melodrama is, like, the furthest thing from their mind, and that's exactly the way it should be.

Maggie: Yeah, you know, when that whole cheating scandal was going on, I thought that the laser beam of the world was focused on me, and nobody even cared. I mean, everyone was just thinking of themselves.

Woman: Bianca, you're back! Hey!

Bianca: Oh, gosh, Diane! How was your summer?

Diane: It was great. It's so good to see you! You look fantastic!

Bianca: Thank you. So do you.

Diane: Oh, hey, there's a party at Sprowl Hall Saturday night. Try to make it. You, too, Maggie.

Maggie: Ok.

Bianca: Totally. I'll see you there.

Diane: Bye!

Man: Oh, Bianca, you're here. I am saved.

Bianca: You're saved? From what?

Man: I talked my way into Professor Aaron�s Survey Of English Lit.

Maggie: Ooh, I hope you like pain because that class is a total grind.

Man: I know, I'm in way over my head. I am so hosed. I mean, why doesn't "Yeats" rhyme with "Keats" or "Yates" with "Kates" if it's spelled the same?

Bianca: I have no idea.

Man: Anyway, I have a paper due next week and it's 30% of my midterm grade. I was hoping you could look over it, maybe tell me if I'm off the rails?

Bianca: Absolutely. I would be glad to.

Man: And if you need to change anything --

Bianca: I'll just give you a call.

Man: Ok. I have to look like I halfway know what I'm writing about.

Bianca: Oh, Dan, you totally do, but I'll look at it anyway.

Dan: Thanks, Bianca. You're the best. I'll take you out to dinner, and if I get an A, I'll even pop for the tip.

Bianca: Wow. That's nice, big spender.

Maggie: Wow.

Bianca: I'll take him up on it.

Maggie: How about me?

Bianca: Man. I am so not the center of the universe.

Maggie: Oh, I'm so sorry. Here. Hey, are you taking your stuff that David gave to you?

Bianca: No, it's fine.

Maggie: Bianca, prenatal vitamins? What's up with that?

Adam: So this is what passes for a detective these days.

Palmer: Well, he was on your tail fast enough.

Adam: My tail? I cover my tracks.

Palmer: Oh, please, please. He followed your footsteps here like a learn-to-dance diagram.

Adam: How do you know it wasn't your footsteps he followed?

Palmer: Because I never make mistakes.

Adam: You never make mistakes? Ha! Your entire life has been one big, fat corporate boondoggle.

Palmer: Oh, yeah? Well, who stole Chandler Enterprises right from under your nose?

Adam: It wasn't you!

Palmer: No.

Adam: Not this time, anyway.

Palmer: No, absolutely not. No, I wrote the book on it. I wrote it, and now Lavery and Hart are benefiting from my expertise.

Adam: Well, not for long. Things like this just make me hungry for the next round.

Tad: Oh, would you two just cut it out? Remember me? The guy that might just set you up on a blind date with a lethal injection?

Palmer: Oh, that's ludicrous. You don't have anything on either one of us, no. Why should we risk our twilight years on a murder-one rap?

Adam: No, your twilight maybe, not mine.

Tad: You want to talk about motive? Fine, I got a couple that'll knock your socks off, I'm sure you'll both agree.

Adam: No, we don't agree on anything.

Palmer: No, we don�t.

Tad: What about the names "Erica" and "Bianca"? Those mean anything to you woodland types?

Adam: Well, of course.

Palmer: Why shouldn't they?

Adam: Would you --

Tad: Look, I'm not the only person that's going to think this way. Eventually, Derek Frye is going to figure out that the only thing that could get you two old warhorses after the same team is getting rid of Bianca�s rapist.

Adam: Damn it!

Tad: You want to start fessing up at this point?

Adam: Damn it. Palmer, I knew it wouldn't work! If a low-volt PI like Tad Martin can figure this out, then every other dimwit in town can figure it out, too!

Bianca: Prenatals? Oh, my God, I -- I -- that's crazy. I can't believe I did that.

Maggie: Did what?

Bianca: I was at the pharmacy picking up vitamins and I guess that I picked these up, instead. Oh, well. No big deal, right?

Maggie: Right.

Bianca: I mean, a vitamin's a vitamin. They're probably, like, healthier for me. Yeah, see? Look, more calcium.

Maggie: Ok, and what about the antibiotics that David prescribed after he did the procedure?

Bianca: They're probably sitting on my kitchen counter. That just shows how stressed I was about school. Just chalk it up to brain drain.

Maggie: Yeah, well, I guess we all mess up. I guess that was just your turn, right?

Bianca: Maggie?

Maggie: I'm going to go back to my room and go hit the books.

Bianca: But I thought we were going to study together.

Maggie: Right, but that was when I thought I knew who you were.

Bianca: You know me better than anyone.

Maggie: I thought I did. You've trusted me this entire time, and -- and I -- I just don't get it. Why did you stop?

Bianca: Maggie!

Greenlee: Juan Pablo?

Juan Pablo: Yes?

Greenlee: What if I take the leap? What if I walk away from Fusion and start up my own company on my own with your backing?

Juan Pablo: You cannot fail.

Greenlee: Are you kidding? A zillion things could go wrong. I mean, the economy could tank or I could get hit by a meteor.

Juan Pablo: Or you could grab this chance and go straight to the top.

Greenlee: They say it's lonely at the top.

Juan Pablo: I'd be with you.

Greenlee: No, but what if you bail on me? What if in two years or two months or two weeks you just cut and run?

Juan Pablo: Why would I do that?

Greenlee: Oh, one reason? One reason? Your brother, Carlos. I mean, you're only here to keep him safe from that gang.

Juan Pablo: Carlos likes Pine Valley.

Greenlee: Yeah, but what if he decides to leave? You'll have to follow him.

Juan Pablo: Greenlee --

Greenlee: And what if you leave because I do something to make you angry or because you miss your favorite polo pony or you rescue another woman that makes me look like a bag of wet grass?

Juan Pablo: Listen to yourself.

Greenlee: It can happen, it can happen! Don't deny it. I mean, I'm just this sassy little socialite and you're this South-American playboy. I mean, we're like walking cliches. You can't count on me for anything real, and I sure as hell can't count on you.

Kendall: You felt that, didn't you? You -- did you feel that? One kiss and we're back to a place that still belongs to us and only us. Ryan, I meant what I said, I don't want to fight you.

Ryan: I don't want to fight you, either.

Kendall: I used to drive you crazy.

Ryan: Yeah, you did.

Kendall: And even though the end got ugly, you came back.

Ryan: Yeah.

Kendall: So what does that tell you?

Ryan: I don't know what you're asking me, Kendall.

Kendall: We were so good together for a while. Can't we just use a little bit of what we used to have, just a little? No one needs to feel used or cheated. Ryan, we can share it all, we can share it all. You can keep Alexander�s part and I'll keep Michael�s.

Ryan: I offered you a buyout.

Kendall: Well, I deserve better.

Ryan: Whoa. This is new.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I -- I used to take what I could get and settle for crumbs.

Ryan: What I'm offering you is hardly crumbs.

Kendall: Yes, but I deserve better, I can do better. My success at Fusion taught me that I'm finally somebody. And so are you, Ryan. So let's declare peace. Let's not try to destroy each other over something that doesn't matter anymore. We can both win, Ryan, we can, if we just remember how good we were for each other.

Ryan: Oh, whoa, whoa. Man, oh, man, talk about timing. Is this poetic justice or what?

Kendall: Ryan, what are you talking about?

Ryan: No, wait, haven't we played this scene before? Wait, wait, wait, we have, except our roles were reversed.

Kendall: Really?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, yeah, you were where I am -- of course, Kendall was still doing the seducing --

Kendall: Ryan, don�t.

Ryan: And I was where you were, looking gut-punched. Dude, seriously, your expression totally needs work.

Kendall: Ok, that's enough.

Ryan: And then I ended up on my motorcycle, of course, getting the hell out of Dodge. Hey, do you have a motorcycle?

Aidan: No, I don�t.

Ryan: Nothing better if you need to make a fast getaway and leave that somebody special in the dust. You know what, man, I could probably get you a deal on one, I probably could, because you never know when you're going to need it.

Kendall: You son of a --

Ryan: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.

Whoa. Five minutes ago, I was the man that you loved more than any other man on this earth.

Kendall: Do you think you're funny?

Ryan: Well, actually, I think I'm kind of hysterical. Yeah, but unfortunately for you, I'm not as dumb as you think I am. You know, I might've -- I might've got suckered in, I might've believed that line that you were pushing if I hadn't been watching you the past two weeks with your pal Boyd and your Brit boyfriend here. I mean, all you had to do was cry a few tears, bat your eyes, and they were, like, all over themselves trying to help you.

Kendall: But not you.

Ryan: Nope. Not me. But that little seduction scene -- that was very convincing. You know, for a second there -- wow, for a second, I almost thought that you were on the level. But then I thought if I hadn't changed, what where the odds that you had? Hey, man, good luck, because you're going to need it. Hey, Kendall? I'll see you in court.

Kendall: Yeah, lawyer up. This could take a while.

Ryan: Yeah, yeah, yeah, last man standing and all that.

Juan Pablo: Greenlee, I hoped you were starting to trust me.

Greenlee: Know what? I don't do trust, dependency, or gratitude.

Juan Pablo: Anything else?

Greenlee: I bulldoze relationships so they turn out they way I'm afraid they will.

Juan Pablo: And why is that?

Greenlee: Working off some bad karma? I don't know. It's who I am.

Juan Pablo: If you say so.

Greenlee: Oh, another thing -- I won't lose. I hate to lose anything -- tennis, chess, love, business -- you name it. Defeat is not an option.

Juan Pablo: Then choose your battles carefully. And fight only those you can have a chance of winning.

Greenlee: You mean like the corporate battle against Ryan?

Juan Pablo: The only winners there will be the lawyers who will keep you in court for years.

Greenlee: I'm up for it.

Juan Pablo: I wish you luck, then. But I'm afraid finding justice will crush your spirit.

Greenlee: I'll chance it.

Juan Pablo: No, there is another way. How much cash do you need to start up another company?

Greenlee: In round numbers?

Juan Pablo: 10 million, 12 million? I'll write you a check right now.

Greenlee: But a loan that big --

Juan Pablo: Not a loan. It's yours, free and clear. No gratitude, no dependence. Just name your figure and it's yours.

Greenlee: I could do it, couldn't I? I mean, no chaos, no screaming, no mess, no suits, no countersuits. I could just walk way from Fusion and start again on my own, thanks to you.

Juan Pablo: Mm-hmm. How much?

Greenlee: Wait. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. This is happening too fast. I need time to process this.

Tad: So much so that you'd set yourself up as judge, jury, and executioner?

Adam: Neither Palmer nor I had anything to do with this rapist's demise.

Palmer: Which leads me to ask, why are you so interested?

Adam: Yeah, Cambias was no friend of yours.

Tad: No, he wasn�t. But I got a couple of friends at Fusion, and it looks like the cops are going to pin this whole thing to Kendall Hart.

Adam: Well, works for me. Blame the wife.

Palmer: Yeah. I've often noted my ex-wives look at me with blood in their eyes.

Tad: Yeah, that's a real mystery, isn't it? There's only one problem -- I don't think Kendall did it. And then there's the little issue of family, namely Petey and J.R. See, like it or not, we're all related. And as much as I might get a chuckle out of it, I don't think it would do your children any good to watch you get carted away.

Adam: Well, then for God�s sakes, why don't you drop it?

Tad: Because I can�t. Not when there's a damn good chance that you were foolish enough to leave your woodland fingerprints all over the Cambias condo.

Adam: How stupid do you think we are?

Tad: Well, gosh, Chuckles, I don't know. But if I was able to get you to say something like that after five minutes of 20 questions, I'm betting you're not the sharpest knife in the drawer. I don't enjoy pulling your chain. I'd just like to make sure you don't end up with blood on your hands, all right? And it would be nice if Kendall didn't end up swinging for something she didn't do.

Palmer: Well, you let us worry about that. Meanwhile, you remain, as always, persona non grata.

Adam: Where -- where in the hell are you going?

Palmer: Home to wash off some of this atmosphere.

Tad: Must be the ensemble, because you two are really touchy. Will you stop that? Don't touch my peanut.

Adam: Why, who says?

Tad: Me. I say.

Adam: You? Oh, yeah, what are you going to do about it? Huh?

Tad: You know something? I would love to bury you up to your neck in a septic tank, but you're probably going to be too busy begging for your company back from Ryan and Kendall. How did you manage to do that, huh? How did you manage to lose a multibillion-dollar conglomerate? Unless, of course, you're as bad in the boardroom as you are in the bedroom.

Adam: That's it, that's it. That's it, that's it! I've had enough out of you!

Kendall: Aidan, what you -- what you saw or thought you saw or what Ryan said, it's not what you think.

Aidan: And what am I thinking?

Kendall: That I'm up to my old tricks?

Aidan: I know you were. And the problem is, so does Ryan. You were coming on to him, letting him think you still cared.

Kendall: Am I that obvious?

Aidan: You have to go pretty far to outsmart me, Kendall.

Kendall: How far?

Aidan: Well, let's see -- I was ahead of your game when you were messing around with those poisonous flowers, the killer snake, and the concealed weapon.

Kendall: You know what I'm going to do even before I do it.

Aidan: Not exactly. Your announcement that you were married to Michael Cambias came to me as a big surprise. But I believed you when you said you didn't kill him, the same way I believe that you were scamming Ryan for your cut of the Cambias pie.

Kendall: So you -- you're not mad at me?

Aidan: No. Should I be? Am I a stop on the way back to Ryan? Are you still in love with him?

Bill: Ryan, bravo. You were in fine form today. Folks downstairs didn't know what hit them.

Ryan: You know what, Bill, I really don't need to go over it right now.

Bill: Right, let's just sign off on a few things first, shall we?

Ryan: Can't it wait?

Bill: It won't take a moment. First off, you told me that Kendall Hart was a first-class liar.

Ryan: Yeah?

Bill: Is there any chance she actually married Michael Cambias?

Ryan: No, no way.

Bill: You're sure?

Ryan: Yes, I'm positive.

Bill: Any chance that she slept with the creep in the last few months, married or not?

Ryan: What? No. Wait, she hated the guy, the whole town hated him. How could you even ask me a question like that?

Bill: Oh, nothing. Just trying to plug up a few legal loopholes so they don't come back to bite you.

Ryan: Hey, Bill? What aren't you telling me?

Bill: Nothing.

Ryan: Bill, what?

Bill: If you're certain that our Ms. Hart didn't sleep with Michael Cambias, then it's not possible that she could be pregnant by him?

Ryan: What? No, of course not. Wait, where the hell is this coming from?

Bill: There's a codicil in Alexander Cambias' will.

Ryan: What codicil?

Bill: The only way you can lose out and not inherit the entire fortune is if Michael Cambias has a child. That way, no matter when Alex or Michael died, Michael�s child would be the sole heir.

[Door closes]

Bianca: Maggie, I'm sorry.

Maggie: That's what it feels like to be shut out.

Bianca: It's horrible. I hated it.

Maggie: Then why did you do it?

Bianca: I just didn't want to overload you with more of my stuff.

Maggie: Because you didn't think I could handle it?

Bianca: No, that's not it. I -- I didn't want to lay one more thing on you.

Maggie: "One more thing"? "One more thing"? Bianca, you're still pregnant. I mean, God, I don't even know what to say.

Bianca: I know. I understand why you're mad.

Maggie: I brought you to the clinic, and then I took you home. I was there when you supposedly had your procedure done. What happened?

Bianca: I -- I thought that that was what I wanted. But then when it came right down to it, I couldn't go through with it.

Maggie: Yeah, I guess not.

Bianca: I couldn't talk about it.

Maggie: Well, you must've told David, right?

Bianca: Yeah, I did.

Maggie: Well, I'm glad that you have someone that you can trust.

Bianca: I trust you.

Maggie: Well, it doesn't really feel like it.

Bianca: Maggie, you know, I'm sorry. I'm -- I'm still trying to figure all this stuff out.

Maggie: Ok.

Bianca: I mean, nobody wants me to have this baby. Everybody keeps talking about terminating.

Maggie: I told you from the beginning that I would be there for you no matter what.

Bianca: Still?

Maggie: Of course. What, you think I'm going to cut and run just because you're pregnant?

Bianca: I'm pregnant with Michael Cambias' baby.

Maggie: Bianca, don't make up my mind for me. I'm your best friend and I love you. I'm not going anywhere, no matter what choices you make, ok?

Bianca: Ok.

Tad: You're going to need an oxygen tent by the time --

Adam: A big chicken!

[Adam clucks]

Adam: Nothing but nuggets!

Tad: Leave my nuggets out of this! If I were you, I wouldn't talk about nuggets if I was dressed like this in a place like this!

Adam: I swim 40 laps every day!

Tad: Oh, yeah? Way to go!

Adam: I can bench-press --

Tad: Tell me about it, Tarzan!

Adam: I can bench-press your weight without breaking a sweat! I'm going to put you down so hard, buddy, I'm not going to break a sweat.

Tad: That's it, somebody call Shady Acres! I'm going to retire this old man!

Adam: You --

[Pounding]

J.R.: Man, oh, man. Nothing changes around here. Same old scene. But there's no place like home. Right?

Tad and Adam: J.R.?

Kendall: Aidan, you're not a rebound. I'm not using you to get back at Ryan.

Aidan: You sure?

Kendall: Yes. You are the one person in this town full of two-faced hypocrites that still believes in me.

Aidan: That's right, I do, I do believe in you. But I won't let myself be used, not by you or by anybody.

Kendall: I get that. I do.

Aidan: Well, get this -- I'm not mad.

Kendall: What? You're not? Not -- not even a little?

Aidan: Nope.

Kendall: Aidan, you are -- you are too wonderful for words.

Aidan: Well, words don't really do much for me.

Kendall: Aidan, I'm scared. I'm afraid. I'm afraid that I'm going to lose you.

Aidan: You won't lose me, Kendall. Not unless you cut me loose.

Kendall: Never. I would never do that. You should know that I don't give a damn about Ryan. I don't give a damn about him. The only thing I feel for him is pure hate. Come here.

Ryan: Look, Bill, don't stress too much about this, all right?

Bill: That's my job. I worry so you don't have to. I don't want to see you giving millions of dollars to Michael Cambias' child.

Ryan: Hey, hey, hey, Bill, we are going to come out of this deal with so much money, we wouldn't be able to spend it in five lifetimes.

Bill: Well, I'm on board with that.

Ryan: All right.

Bill: And I'll be in touch. This is just the beginning.

Ryan: The beginning. Beginning of what?

Greenlee: Got a minute for an old friend?

Bianca: So David and I had a really long talk, and then -- then it hit me. Then I just knew that I couldn't end my pregnancy.

Maggie: I understand. I do. And it's ok because a lot of women decide not to terminate their pregnancy.

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