AMC Transcript Friday 10/3/03

All My Children Transcript Friday 10/03/03

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Proofread by Gisele

Ryan: Willing to risk a life in unfashionable orthopedic Oxfords. Wow. Guess I better not mess with you.

Greenlee: Maybe you are a little smarter than when you left.

Ryan: All right, Greenlee, go ahead. Come on, ream me out.

Greenlee: You know how pathetic you are, lurking around town playing voyeur just so you could pull off this big, delusional "Be afraid, be very afraid, I own Pine Valley and everything in it" moment?

Ryan: Except that there's nothing delusional about it because I do pretty much own Pine Valley -- and a lot of New York and a hell of a lot of people.

Greenlee: Not me. You got that, Ryan? You do not own me, and you never will.

Ryan: Do I need to get security up here? I am Alexander Cambias' heir. Of course, the last one is still defrosting in the morgue.

Greenlee: What's that supposed to mean?

Ryan: Well, they seem to come to a bad end.

Greenlee: You know, of all the things you've spouted today, that's the craziest. Don't you ever compare yourself to Michael Cambias.

Maggie: No. No, no, no, you did not just say that to me.

Bianca: I'm keeping the baby.

Maggie: It's not "the baby," Bianca. This is Michael Cambias' baby.

Bianca: It's mine, too.

Maggie: I know, but remember what he did to you.

Bianca: I can never forget.

Maggie: Right, which is exactly why you told me you needed to terminate this pregnancy -- because Michael Cambias would always be with you.

Bianca: Well, Michael can't come after me anymore. He's dead.

Maggie: Ok, let's -- let's go back. I took you to the clinic, and you went off with David. And you kept on reminding me that you had to terminate this pregnancy in order to keep a peace of mind.

Bianca: Well, I decided that I was wrong.

Maggie: Why? What happened? What did David say to you? I mean, why -- why did you change your mind?

Bianca: I had to -- for Kendall.

Kendall: I feel so much better. You have no idea.

Aidan: I won't let Lavery mess you around. And as far as the murder investigation goes, no one's railroading you if I have anything to say about it.

Jack: I'm not sure that you do. Kendall, do you have a minute?

Aidan: That depends.

Jack: I need to speak to you alone.

Aidan: Kendall doesn't speak to you or the cops without me or an attorney present.

Jack: Look, I'm not here in my official capacity. Maybe Derek thinks you're his top suspect, but as far as I'm concerned, you're family.

Aidan: Well, considering how most families carry on, I'm not impressed.

Kendall: You're here as a friend?

Jack: Actually, I'm here as more than that, but you get the general idea, yes.

Aidan: So we're all friends? So you may speak freely.

Jack: I can't say another word until you take off.

Aidan: Well, then you've said what you're going to say because I don't trust you and I'm not leaving you alone with Kendall.

Jack: You just don't get it, do you?

Aidan: No, I get it just fine -- I leave and you get Kendall to admit to whatever you want with no witnesses.

Jack: No, you got part of it. I don't want any witnesses to this conversation that could be subpoenaed in an upcoming trial. So get the hell out now, Devane.

Tad: What -- would you get off me.

Adam: What the devil are you doing here?

J.R.: I'm grabbing a ringside seat. Is anyone making book on this fight?

Tad: Oh, it's -- no, this isn't a fight.

Adam: Well, no, it wasn't a fight --

Tad: A little contact disagreement --

J.R.: No, no, no. No explanations necessary. What round is it and who's up on points?

Adam: Why didn't you -- why didn't you tell me you were coming in today? I could've picked you up at the airport.

J.R.: Well, I'm pretty self-sufficient these days. I can drive and read maps and everything.

Tad: And you -- you look like a million bucks. Oh! It's so good to see you. And you're strong as an ox. Look at this kid.

J.R.: Well, I wasn't a guest on a yacht.

Tad: I guess that loading ships beats the hell out of joining the gym.

J.R.: Well, it worked for me, but I wouldn't recommend it for everyone.

Adam: You couldn't have known Tad and I would be here?

J.R.: No. You're as big a surprise as I am to you.

Adam: Then you just came in here to --

Bartender: Here you go.

J.R.: Ah, thank you. Here, keep it.

Bartender: Be right back with the rest of your order.

Adam: Well, you're not going to eat the food here, are you?

Tad: Well, I hear the roadkill's pretty good.

J.R.: I'm not eating.

Adam: Good. Then you came in here just to drink?

J.R.: This is a bar. It's my turn. What are you two doing in this dump, dressed like -- well, not like my father. Well, not since you left West Virginia, anyhow.

Tad: Well, we -- I -- you want to take a shot at this one, Jim-Bob?

Adam: I know you've had a lot of experiences. J.R., it was only a matter of months ago that you had a real problem with drugs and --

Tad: Alcohol.

Adam: Alcohol.

Bartender: Sorry for the wait.

J.R.: Ah, no problem. Here you are. Here you are. To my homecoming. Ah.

Kendall: Aidan, it's ok. Really, I'll -- I'll speak to Jackson alone.

Aidan: All right. Call me on my cell if you need me.

Kendall: Yeah, I will. Thank you.

[Door closes]

Kendall: Do you really consider me family, or were you just saying all that to get what you wanted?

Jack: You're family, and I stand by family no matter what.

Kendall: Hmm. Could've fooled me.

Jack: Why, because I took my time telling you that I was on your side?

Kendall: Yeah.

Jack: Just waiting for the right time and the right place.

Kendall: The Valley Inn dining room? I mean, shouldn't we be doing this somewhere more private?

Jack: Sure, if we want to arouse people's suspicions. But, now, the D.A. talking to a possible suspect -- nothing suspect in that, is there?

Kendall: You could get into a lot of trouble for helping me.

Jack: Yeah, well, the Ethics Committee is just going to have to kick and scream, I guess. Frankly, I don't give a damn.

Kendall: Well, you should.

Jack: I do give a damn, however, about you. Look, I know what you did, whatever it was -- and please do not tell me the specifics -- whatever it was, I know you did it for Bianca and Erica because you love them.

Bianca: I felt like if I had this abortion, it was like I was erasing Kendall, that this would be happening to her.

Maggie: Bianca, you're taking some pretty big leaps here, really.

Bianca: Right, and yet, despite all that, Kendall said that she wanted me to do whatever I needed to do for me.

Maggie: And she's right, and you should focus on that.

Bianca: Yeah, but can you imagine what it took for her to say that, how deep down inside her that she had to dig, the courage that that took? And that's not the only thing that she said to me, Maggie. She -- Kendall told me that she loves me. She didn't even have to say it because I could feel it, like a wave covering me, washing over me and my baby. And for the first time, I felt good about it. Because this is -- this is just a baby inside me. It's just a baby who needs and deserves love. It's an innocent little being who only wants what Kendall has always wanted -- the chance to be loved. And I want to give my child that chance. So from now on, this baby has no connection to Michael Cambias. This is my child -- mine. And I'm going to have it, and I'm going to love it for the rest of my life.

Kendall: That pig singled out Bianca because she was the most vulnerable. He savaged her and then he gloated

Jack: You know, I actually prayed to be able to put together a better case.

Kendall: Jackson, it wasn't your fault. By the time we knew what had happened, there was no physical evidence.

Jack: Still, I promised Bianca --

Kendall: No, I brought Michael to Pine Valley.

Jack: Oh, come on. This is not your fault, either, Kendall, all right?

Kendall: No, I feel like it. Watching him smirk and joke at the pretrial hearing, knowing that he had gotten away with it, knowing that -- that he hurt my sister and he robbed her of a part of herself and that no one was going to make him pay for it!

Jack: It certainly wasn't justice, was it?

Kendall: Yeah, well, I couldn't accept that he had gotten away with it. I couldn�t.

Jack: Neither could I.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I had to do something, Jackson. I had to help Bianca somehow. No matter what happened to me, I had to.

Jack: Yes, Kendall. I know the feeling.

Kendall: You do, don't you? You were just as angry and frustrated as I was.

Greenlee: Any connection between you and Michael is -- you know what? Forget it. There is none. Michael was a sociopath and a pervert who got exactly what he deserved.

Ryan: Yeah, I'm not arguing that. I just thought you pretty much despised me, too.

Greenlee: You're just like a really horrible rash that won't go away.

Ryan: Well, that's funny, because that's exactly how I think of you.

Greenlee: Well, I hope you don't think of me often. I'd hate for you to be wasting your time.

Ryan: Wow, we still read each other pretty well, don�t we, Greenlee?

Greenlee: Hmm. Once I got your number, I couldn't forget it.

Ryan: Do you remember? Do you, the first time that we -- we really connected? The only thing that's changed is that this time around I've won bigtime thanks to Alexander Cambias.

Greenlee: You haven't won me.

Ryan: No. No, but Fusion�s part of the pod. And as soon as you accept that I've inherited your company, the sooner that you'll realize this time around, you lost.

Greenlee: I won't lose.

Ryan: Now who's being delusional?

Greenlee: Hmm. How can I lose when you're going to give me everything I want?

[Music plays]

Tad: What happened?

J.R.: Well, we could still see them waving from the jetty there, right?

Tad: Mm-hmm?

J.R.: That's about the time Spence turns around, charges the first mate, said it was a mutiny, and if we didn't turn the tub around, there'd be hell to pay!

Tad: Well, doesn't that make you Mr. Christian?

J.R.: Hey, hey, I'm no mutineer. They reversed course, went to port. Spence went ashore, got the girl, got married, opened a bar a lot like this one.

Adam: It's amazing.

Tad: You look great. You know, you just -- you look great.

J.R.: Thank you. It's good to be home.

Adam: This is not home.

J.R.: What is it about seedy bars? They're the same all over the world.

Adam: So you've been hanging out in a lot of bars, have you?

J.R.: Now, if that's your unsubtle way of asking me if I've been abusing alcohol, relax. I've got a lot better things to do than get drunk.

Adam: Well, that's a relief. I haven't heard much from you since you ran away.

J.R.: It was the right move at the right time. I like me a lot more now. I think you will, too.

Tad: You know, speaking of Tahiti, it's kind of interesting. I was almost there about a week ago. We might've run into each other.

J.R.: Tahiti? On business?

Tad: Uh -- um -- something like that, you know, but there was a problem and we didn't go.

J.R.: "We"? Oh, Jamie was going to go?

Tad: Uh -- no. No, it wasn't your brother. Anyway, tell us -- tell us some more of your stories. I mean, we'll live vicariously through your adventures.

Adam: Yeah, I'm sure you've got a lot of exciting tales to tell.

Tad: Did you take pictures?

J.R.: A few.

Tad: You know, all those exotic ports of call?

J.R.: Well, the things I like to remember you can't capture on film.

Tad: Hmm. I think I know what he's talking about.

J.R.: Wait, wait, wait, I do. I have one picture. It's -- it's right here.

Adam: Excuse me?

J.R.: It's a tattoo.

Tad: Oh.

Adam: Dare I ask of what?

J.R.: You can ask. Let's just say it was a small souvenir of an exceptional evening.

Tad: Hmm.

Adam: Well, Tad, why don't you get yourself another one?

Tad: Either you want me to leave or buy the next round. Which one is it?

Adam: The former.

J.R.: Hey, Dad -- whatever you need to say to me, you can say in front of Tad.

Adam: Ok, ok, sure. Three seconds after I saw you again, I started treating you like a little boy. And -- well, you look great, son. You look -- you're strong. Independence must agree with you. And I'm really glad you're here. And I'm really sorry that we -- that I got off on the wrong foot again.

J.R.: Dad, you don't have anything to apologize for. We both butt heads. Now, if you want to try a different approach, go for it, you know? But as for me, I don't let all that old stuff get to me anymore. I think we're going to do ok.

Adam: You're going to stay for a while?

J.R.: Well, I haven't made any decisions yet.

Adam: Whatever you want, really, it's fine.

J.R.: I might stay for a while, figure out what I'm going to do next. But as to where that'll lead me, I have no idea.

Tad: You can crash with me as long as you like.

J.R.: I was actually thinking about staying over at Dad�s. My old room still available?

Adam: Oh, yes, yes. It -- Winifred had to tidy up a bit, but you can see the floor now.

[J.R. laughs]

Adam: But it's exactly as you left it.

J.R.: Oh, whoa, that's scary. You mean the posters and everything?

Adam: Every one of them.

J.R.: Well, in that case, can I redecorate?

Adam: You can do anything you damn well please.

J.R.: That sounds like a deal.

Adam: It's going to be different this time, son, I swear.

Bianca: I really think that -- that I wanted this child from the first minute I found out that I was pregnant. It was just that there were all these outside forces, and everybody knew that Michael had raped me, and everybody hated him. I didn't want to be the one to keep him alive for all of us. And I felt like I should do what my mother wished that she had done all those years ago.

Maggie: Do you realize how difficult this is going to be?

Bianca: I know that I can take this path, and, more importantly, I know that I couldn't take the other one. When I was standing there with David in the cubicle in -- in the clinic, he got me to see past all the moral and political arguments and to put everybody else's feelings aside and look into my own heart. And when I did, I realized that I was already sharing it with this baby. And I finally said -- said it out loud -- "I want my child." And for the first time since the rape, I could breathe again. I could really breathe. Can you understand any of this?

Maggie: I'm just trying to imagine the reactions. Everyone's going to freak out, especially your mother.

Bianca: No, they won't, because nobody can ever find out about this. No one can ever know that I'm having this baby. David is going to keep my secret for me, and, Maggie, I -- I need you to promise that you will, too.

Aidan: Sorry about the break-in, Davey, but how else am I going to get what I need? Fireplace. I know your tricks. Now, I could take it, but why bring attention to my little caper?

[Car approaches]

Aidan: Rotten timing, Davey. Rotten timing.

Jack: Look, I will help you any way that I can, but it has to be from behind the scenes, all right?

Kendall: Well, I'm thrilled that you're even offering.

Jack: Listen, for now, it's up to me who, if anyone, is charged in Michael�s death. Now, I will prevent your arrest. If I can't do that, I'll postpone it for as long as I can, all right?

Kendall: I didn't kill him, Jackson. I -- I did not kill Michael.

Jack: You need a good criminal attorney.

Kendall: I swear to you I didn't murder him. You have to believe me --

Jack: It doesn't matter, Kendall. Zachary Beckman in Philadelphia -- he's the best I can recommend. You call him.

Kendall: Ok, I will.

Jack: Good.

Kendall: I'll do it as soon as possible. Thank you. Is there anything else I should do?

Jack: Yes, in fact, there is. Be nice to Ryan Lavery.

Ryan: You're awfully sure of yourself.

Greenlee: Always have been, always will be.

Ryan: So I'm going to give you what you want?

Greenlee: Uh-huh.

Ryan: Would that be something other than Fusion?

Greenlee: Fusion is my incredible dream, Ryan, and it will succeed.

Ryan: Yeah, you're damn right it will.

Greenlee: But only if you give it back to me and I'm at the helm.

Ryan: "If." "If." That's funny -- I thought you had the whole thing sewn up.

Greenlee: I do. I'm not going to let you or Kendall ruin my dream out of some senseless power play.

Ryan: Hmm. And what if I want something in return?

Greenlee: If you give me Fusion, I won't leave you empty-handed. In fact, I'll make sure you come out on top.

Ryan: Please be more specific. On top of what?

Greenlee: Well, Kendall, for one. I mean, really, what did you expect, hmm?

Ryan: Nothing. Go on.

Greenlee: I persuade Kendall to accept your buyout offer. Chandler Enterprises, Enchantment, and Fusion will be yours free and clear, no matter when Michael was killed.

Ryan: Yeah, I'm not so sure about "free," but please continue.

Greenlee: You, in turn, will sell me enough Fusion stock to put me back in charge.

Ryan: Ooh. That's going to cost you.

Greenlee: I can cover it.

Ryan: So if I decide to go along with this, does Kendall stay on at Fusion or do you ax her?

Greenlee: Oh, she'll have the same amount of stock that she started with.

Ryan: Oh, but you'll just have a hell of a lot more.

Greenlee: Well, I deserve compensation for dealing with you.

Ryan: Ooh! That's my Greenlee.

Greenlee: Questionable use of the personal pronoun, but otherwise accurate.

Ryan: Yeah.

Greenlee: It's nice to understand a business partner so well, isn't it?

Ryan: Yeah, it kind of is, actually.

Greenlee: Welcome back, Ryan. We're going to have a wonderful time together.

Ryan: You know, I'm beginning to think we just might.

Greenlee: Well, they say it's lonely at the top, but at least we'll have each other for company.

Ryan: Hmm. Yeah, they also say three's a crowd, and they're right. I mean, you're practically glued to your little Argentinean billionaire.

Greenlee: You don't know anything about Juan Pablo.

Ryan: Oh, actually, I do. You see, I researched every one of Juan Pablo de Riaz de Hoo-ha's many names, and, Greenlee, you can do better. You can do a hell of a lot better. I happen to remember one time when you did. Leo.

Greenlee: I know who you meant.

Ryan: Look, I -- I -- I know how much you loved him, and I know also what it's like to lose somebody that you love that deeply, and -- I'm sorry. Really, I'm -- come on -- I'm sorry.

Jack: Kendall, believe me, this is good advice. You make up with Ryan. You accept any offer he makes you on Fusion, on the Chandler holdings, and on Enchantment.

Kendall: Why should I let him win?

Jack: What do you want him to do? You want him to turn the heat up on us, to find out the exact time of death on Michael? Look, you were here in this room. So was Brooke. So was Edmund. Now, Ryan will take this to the pages of "Tempo," and then all the other media will jump in and it will be a feeding frenzy. You do not want that. Listen to me. You might get lucky. They might not be able to prove Michael�s time of death because he was frozen solid. On the other hand, they might be able to prove that he predeceased his father, and that will leave you with absolutely nothing.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I'm used to that.

Jack: Kendall, don't be foolish. Listen to me. There's a lot more at stake than that. There's a lot of circumstantial evidence against you. Now, the governor is taking a personal interest in having this case solved. I can just about guarantee you you will be facing a judge and a jury.

Kendall: Why are you trying to scare me?

Jack: Because I'd like to see you have a nice life. I'd like you to have a chunk of change put away in an account somewhere. Now, you tell me, is fighting Ryan worth going to prison?

[Leaves rustle]

David: Who's there?

Aidan: Hello, David. How's it going, sir?

David: What the hell are you doing here and why are you bothering me?

Aidan: Anna called me.

David: Oh.

David: You going to talk from out there?

Aidan: Well, with that gracious invitation to make myself at home, heck, no.

David: So, what did Anna have to say?

Aidan: She mentioned you --

David: Hmm.

Aidan: And that she's worried, and she wanted me to see how you were doing.

David: Never better. You want a drink? Scotch -- no secret ingredients.

Aidan: No, I'll pass.

David: Suit yourself. But you can call Anna and tell her that I am having the time of my life.

Aidan: Anna cares about you, David.

David: Hmm.

Aidan: She wants to make sure that you're all right.

David: Well, you can report to her that I am. But, of course, she could've called me herself and found out directly, couldn't she?

Aidan: Yes, she could've.

David: Hmm. But instead, she called you, her nephew, a person who hates my guts, and asked you to deliver the message.

Aidan: That's right, she did.

David: No, I don't think so, Aidan. You see, because that's not Anna�s style. You've been gunning after me ever since you saw me in Cambias' apartment. You're trying to get me locked up for his murder.

Aidan: I just want to see the guilty party go to trial.

David: Oh, well, you're a little late for that, don't you think? I mean, the guilty party didn't go to trial, Aidan. Cambias walked, remember? No, what you're really doing here is that you're hoping to trip me up. You're here on an evidence hunt. Well, you can forget it, Aidan, because you're not going to get a damn thing from me.

David: You sure you don't want any?

Aidan: I'm sure.

David: Oh, what's the matter, Aidan? Afraid accepting a drink might weaken your resolve to see me strung up? But, then again, this isn't really about you trying to catch Cambias' murderer, now, is it?

Aidan: I thought it was.

David: Nah. No, this is about revenge.

Aidan: How do you figure?

David: Oh, come on, Aidan. I tricked Anna into loving me, didn't I? I reeled her in, ruined her, destroyed her career, cost her our daughter's life.

Aidan: I don't blame you for that, David.

David: Really? And when did that change?

Aidan: After Leora�s death, we all said things we didn't mean.

David: Maybe. But you still want to see me suffer for every sin I ever committed against Anna and our daughter. Look in my eyes, Aidan. Come on, really look. Can't you see you're already too late? The eyes are supposed to be the windows of the soul, right? Well, mine are empty. Most of my life ebbed away with Leora. The rest went with Anna when she walked away from me. I'm numb to pain, Aidan. You can't make me suffer. You're wasting your time, pal.

Bianca: I'm only three months along now, and for the time being, I can hide the changes that my body will be going through. I mean, anorexia will be great training ground for that. I'll wear baggy clothes and I'll eat constantly, and everyone will just think that I'm incredibly healthy. And I'll continue counseling, so it won't be hard to convince everyone that I'm doing ok.

Maggie: Will you be, really?

Bianca: Yes, I will be, really. And then I'm going to leave town. I'm going to tell everybody that I'm doing charity work in another country or something, and I'm going to go away for a few months and have my baby and come back and tell everybody that I adopted.

Maggie: Bianca, it's not like the movies, ok? They're not just going to give you a baby. You're 19 years old. You're not even married.

Bianca: I understand that's what everybody's going to say, but I'll have the legal documents to prove that the adoption was legal.

Maggie: Oh, great. So you're going to fake an adoption?

Bianca: David is going to help me. He's going to get me all the paperwork that I need to make it look real legit.

Maggie: And this doesn't seem far-fetched to you?

Bianca: You know what, Maggie? I'm not asking for your advice. This is what I'm going to do. And you can help me or not help me -- your choice. But if you tell anyone that I'm still pregnant, I'm going to have to leave town for good, and then no one is ever going to see me again.

Greenlee: I thought you might come to his memorial service.

Ryan: Well, I would've if I could've.

Greenlee: You better have a good excuse.

Ryan: I was in jail.

Greenlee: For what?

Ryan: Long story longer -- I was broke. I'd been broke, like, forever, and I was sick of it, so I resorted to the old Hollywood agent scam --

Greenlee: That's pathetic.

Ryan: In Nowheresville, Idaho. I know, I know, I know, but you know what? It's very profitable. Of course, until I advertised in a local paper that I was casting for this new movie. And then everybody started calling around, asking questions. I got exposed, and then goodbye, highlife, hello, hard time.

Greenlee: How long were you in?

Ryan: 60 days. But, anyway, the point is, is that the fine cleaned me out. And I did -- I wanted to be here for Leo, and, you know, I wanted to be here for you, too. But I just couldn�t. There was no way.

Greenlee: Well, I guess it couldn't be helped.

Ryan: So I'm forgiven?

Greenlee: I'm sure that's what Leo would want.

Ryan: How about you?

Greenlee: I want to talk about business. So if Kendall sells her Pine Valley interests to you, do I get Fusion?

Kendall: Jackson, I can't just fold. Ryan will think he has the power over me --

Jack: You know, what -- what am I doing here? You don't care enough to help yourself, why should I care, huh?

Kendall: Why are you being like this?

Jack: You know, this might be a good time for you to just confess and cash in your chips.

Kendall: I don't know what you're talking about.

Jack: Come on. You shot Michael.

Kendall: I did not shoot Michael.

Jack: Listen to me. I am this far from having enough evidence to have you indicted.

Kendall: I can't believe this. Aidan was right. You got me alone here so that you could --

Jack: Yeah, and once I get you in this courtroom, I'm going to have you convicted in record time and send you where you belong for the rest of your life. Do you understand me?

Kendall: You said that you wanted to help me, Jackson.

Jack: I do want to help you. You confess and plead guilty, I'll help you. You confess, I'll have this charge reduced to manslaughter. You make me take this to trial, the charge will be murder one. Now, if it's only manslaughter, you'll be up for parole in 15 years. If we charge you with murder one, there'll be no parole, none. Now, you tell me, which sounds better to you?

Kendall: I can't believe you're turning on me, Jackson. I thought you really cared about what happened to me.

Jack: Oh, I do. I care about putting you away for the crime you committed. Well, now, look who's here. Now would maybe be a good time for you to tell the truth.

Kendall: I've told it.

Derek: Jack, I need a few minutes.

Jack: I'll be talking to you again -- and often.

Kendall: I won't look forward to it.

Derek: Do you think it's wise, leaning on her like that?

Jack: I'm telling you, Derek, you didn't hear much of this, but I came at her with everything except a baseball bat. I couldn't get her to crack.

Derek: Well, Kendall�s always been tough.

Jack: Yeah, but it's not my first time at the rodeo. You know what I'm saying? I mean, she didn't give me nothing -- nothing. No indication of guilt whatsoever.

Derek: So your gut is telling you what?

Jack: My gut is telling me that we can't just go on assuming that she's responsible for Michael�s death. We need to take a serious look at some other suspects.

David: I'm not going to tell you again. Get out.

[Outside, Aidan holds up David�s gun]

Aidan: What do we have here? Davey, Davey, Davey.

[Music plays]

J.R.: It's not like nothing ever happens around here. I heard about a murder, some high-profile guy.

Tad: His name was Michael Cambias, and he got exactly what was coming to him. I'll tell you about it.

Adam: Yeah, well, he can hear all the gory details later. Meanwhile, I'm going to pay the bill so we can get out of here.

Tad: Why? This place is starting to grow on me.

Adam: That's fungus. I want to get J.R. back home, get him settled where he belongs.

Tad: So, what's with the Mona Lisa smile?

J.R.: What, can't I be enjoying myself in coming home?

Tad: Oh, I get the feeling there's a little more to the story.

J.R.: Isn't there always?

Tad: And you don't want to share?

[J.R. chuckles]

J.R.: You and everybody else will soon find out.

Adam: All done.

J.R.: Well, let's get going.

Adam: Whatever you say, son.

Tad: Wait'll you find out why he's back.

Bianca: I don't know, Maggie. Maybe I'm crazy, expecting you to understand all this and just stand by and watch me --

Maggie: No, stop that. Of course I'm going to stand by you. But, you know, one second you're telling me -- I find prenatal vitamins, and then you're still pregnant, and you come up with this crazy idea. I mean, really, it's a lot to digest.

Bianca: I know, but -- what other choice do I have?

Maggie: I don't know. I don't know. But I love you, and I just want to see you happy. And I want you to find peace and strength and to just be you.

Bianca: With this baby, I can be all that and I can have all that. I really think that -- that he or she is going to bring me happiness. Can you believe that with me for just a little while?

Maggie: Of course I can. It's not that hard, is it? Of course I will stand by you. And you, too, whatever your name is. I will do whatever you want. I won't say anything to anybody. You -- you know, you tell me what to say.

Bianca: Thank you, Maggie.

Greenlee: It's an offer you can't refuse.

Ryan: I'll consider it.

Greenlee: Ok. That's good for now. You're a smart guy -- well, except for that agent scam. So you'll realize that I should have Fusion. I won't be a stranger.

Ryan: I don't want you to be.

Greenlee: I'll call you soon.

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

Adam: Are you trying to blackmail me?

Tad: It'd probably be easier if you just killed her.

Aidan: He could still be a murderer. You going to test his gun?

Juan Pablo: You're about to lose Fusion�s most valuable asset.

Ryan: She didn't mention that to me when she came to my room last night.

Greenlee: You'll never beat Ryan. You should accept his buyout offer.

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