All My Children Transcript Thursday 3/18/04
Proofread by Gisele
J.R.: I've been trying Babe all night.
Tad: It'll be all right.
Krystal: I just have a bad feeling about this. I got a scary, bad feeling about this.
Tad: Have a little faith.
Adam: You better stop this hug fest and get me Krystal�s secret, or your chances with Tad are going, going, gone.
Liza: Would you stop this? Can't you see that something is wrong?
Krystal: How could you let her go out in this, J.R.? Did it slip your mind that she's pregnant?
Kendall: Don't blame J.R., ok? Bianca was really upset, and Babe was just trying to help her.
Krystal: Oh, great, just what a pregnant woman needs when she's caught in a deluge -- another pregnant woman.
Babe: Ok. There's no way you're in labor. It's probably just --
Bianca: What, what, Babe? What else could it be?
Babe: I don't know. We both got really drenched out there when we were ditching the car before it went white-water rafting.
Bianca: I know what I'm feeling.
Babe: Ok, ok. So let's say that your water did burst. I can use this towel to clean you up, and I'll find some clothes, and you can change --
Bianca: Babe, Babe, this is more than a wardrobe change. That video that we saw at the hospital said that when your water breaks, it's a sign that labor has started.
Babe: Well, my mama said that pain is the first sign of labor, and you are nowhere near that. Bianca --
Bianca: I feel something.
Babe: Oh, God. Something like what?
Bianca: Like -- like not a pain, exactly. Like a tightness.
Babe: Ok -- that's no biggie. It's probably just a cramp or something.
Bianca: Or it's my first contraction.
Edmund: You two better get a move on.
Maria: Whoa. You know what? I -- I don't feel good about this. I'm going to call the hospital and tell them that I can't make it.
Edmund: You can't do that, all right? Listen -- listen to me. Joe needs all the hands he can get in the ER because of the storm.
Maria: Yeah, but I don't want to leave you here alone.
Edmund: I'm not alone, all right? The kids are asleep upstairs.
Anita: Yeah, and Mama said she's going to be here.
Maria: Yeah -- you know, I don't feel good about it. I would feel better if I just stayed home, ok?
Edmund: Look, Isabella�s going to be here any minute. There's no reason for you to blow off work.
Anita: Well, I'll explain to Dr. Joe that you can't make it.
Edmund: No! I'm fine, all right? I'm not helpless!
Anita: I think Maddie was playing with my stethoscope. I'm going to go check.
Edmund: I'm sorry.
Maria: It's ok.
Edmund: Listen -- I just don't want your life to come to some screeching halt because I'm stuck in this damn chair.
Maria: Honey, I -- it's not like I was on tonight. I wasn�t.
Edmund: No, but you're needed, ok? And I'm fine here on my own. Look at me, look at me. You see that medical bag back -- it's not going to help me. There's nothing in there that can help me. But some scared kid at the hospital who needs stitches -- you love what you do. I don't want that to stop because -- because of me.
Maria: I love you.
Edmund: Yeah, well, I got a thing for you, too. So go. Go do what God put you on this earth to do. And take the SUV, all right? Otherwise, I'll be pacing the floor like --
Maria: I don't know. You know, because I don't know what time I'm going to be back. I don't know how late I'll be if I go.
Edmund: I don't care. Just go.
Maria: All right, all right, all right. Anita, I'll meet you in the car.
Kendall: Look, there's safety in numbers, right? Babe and Bianca are together, so that doubles the odds that they're ok.
Krystal: They could be stranded somewhere. They could be stuck in some mudslide or God knows what else!
Adam: Are you saying my grandchild could be in danger?
J.R.: Your grandchild and my wife, Dad.
Krystal: Look, I'm not going to sit here and wait for bad news to come knocking. I'm going to go --
Tad: No, you -- you can�t. You're not going anywhere.
Krystal: I've got to go find my little girl!
Tad: You can't -- you can't find her! How are you going to do that without a powerboat and a chain saw? Krystal, I'm sorry. The roads are flooded. They got downed trees all over the place, not to mention power lines ready to zap you into the afterlife. If you take off now, there's a better than even chance that you'll end up stranded or worse.
Krystal: I'm thinking about Babe and her little one and Bianca and hers. I'm not going to just abandon them to the fates!
J.R.: Krystal, I've already contacted the local police. I've told them to keep an eye out for Babe's car.
Adam: Derek Frye couldn't find his own behind with a flashlight and a map. I'm going to contact Governor Brooks myself, tell him to alert the State Police.
J.R.: What? What, the circuit's jammed again?
Kendall: No, it's loaded with people trying to find out if their loved ones are safe. Listen, J.R., at least we can check the obvious. Let's go.
Jamie: Wow, it is a good thing that this move is across the hall because we'd be drowned rats by now. You know, I don't know art, but that is painful.
Maggie: Hey, don't insult Portia.
Jamie: Oh, Portia? How's she handle on the open road? Sorry.
Maggie: Bianca found her in the trash when we first moved in, and it's just been the three of us.
Jamie: Hey, Maggie, if you need to rethink this move, I can always scare up another roommate.
Maggie: No. No, I'm definitely in on this. I just feel kind of homesick. I haven't even left yet. Is that weird?
Jamie: Weird enough to make sense.
Maggie: We had so many great memories here. We used to have to hide our heads underneath the pillows because we were laughing so hard. We didn't want Ms. Peterson to bang on the wall. We even woke up at the same exact time during the night, talked till the sun came up. I don't know. It's going to be hard to let go of all that. Meet your new roommate, the babbling idiot.
Jamie: Hey, I get what you're saying. J.R. and I used to be pretty tight. Part of me hates that we got disconnected.
Maggie: Well, Bianca and I are always going to be best friends, no matter what. It's just time for a new adventure, right? She's getting a new house. She's having a baby. She's going to start her brand-new, amazing life with baby Miranda.
Jamie: Where do you fit in in all this gladness?
Maggie: Well, I'll be the crazy Aunt Mags. No family is complete without a crazy relative. Thank you.
Jamie: Well, at least you're going to count as family. I'm taking bets that Babe and my brother's baby won't even know I exist.
Babe: Well, any more twinges?
Bianca: Not since the last one. The books say that we need to time the contractions -- how long they last and how often they are.
Babe: If that's even what it is. I -- come on, Bianca. Don't worry. Before you know it, you're going to be in that birthing room at the hospital.
Bianca: Who's going to find us in the middle of nowhere?
Babe: Knowing J.R. and his daddy, they probably sent out the whole National Guard just to find me and my little peanut.
Bianca: I hope you're right.
Babe: How about -- you know what? I can make you a corned beef and lima bean casserole. Ok, or not. Or how about some plain peaches?
Bianca: The books say you're not supposed to eat when you're in labor.
Babe: If you're in labor. Bianca, you keep talking about what these books say.
Bianca: I've read them all.
Babe: Well, see, I saw this series on cable, and it's about the birthing process. And it made everything seem so much more real -- more than some book ever could.
Bianca: So you're a real expert on this, huh?
Babe: Well, I -- I also saw my neighbor's dog give birth to ten puppies. I mean, how different could it be?
Babe: Oh, wait -- hey, hey, where are you going?
Bianca: I'm going to the hospital.
Babe: Oh, and how do you think you're going to get there? You going to swim?
Bianca: If I have to.
Babe: Bianca, you -- please, you need to be still. The Lamaze video says that moving around speeds up the process. And even though we don't know if this is going to be your baby's birthday, let's just not risk it without help here.
Bianca: Babe, this is so not how I imagined having my baby.
Babe: Hey, don't you worry. I'm going to take really good care of you. Bianca, what is it? Another twinge or --
Bianca: No, it's not a twinge. I'm definitely in labor.
Reggie: Psst. Yo, you around? You know, it's your man, Reggie. I figure you'd be kind of starving, so I hit up my dad's fridge. I hope you like spaghetti with your meatballs. Damn. She cleared out. No "thank you," no "nice to know you," nothing.
Woman: Who said I cleared out? Uh-oh. You're bent because I raided your sister's closet. I'm sorry. I'll put it all back, Reggie, I swear. She won't even know I was here.
Reggie: No, no, no, damn Greenlee. She wishes she looked as fine as you do.
Woman: You're sweet.
Reggie: Oh, yeah? Says who?
Woman: Says me. I mean, you saved me from starving. You let me crash at your sister's penthouse.
Reggie: Well, you know, it was just going to waste.
Woman: If I lived in a palace like this, I'd never leave.
Reggie: You're right. I guess it is ok.
Woman: Sure beats my mom's apartment, which is like a total dump.
Reggie: It's a bad scene?
Woman: The worst. I can't even have friends over.
Reggie: Well, I've done my time at some roach motels.
Woman: But this -- this is so me. I could get used to this, no problem.
Reggie: I could get used to this, too. Well, I mean, you know, you living over me instead of that dwarf of a sister.
Woman: You keep knocking her. Why?
Reggie: Because she's bad news. You know, she set out to destroy my cousin's life.
Woman: Bianca, right?
Reggie: Right. I mean, Bianca feels more like my sister than Greenlee ever would. You have to meet her. You know, if you stick around.
Woman: You never know.
Reggie: I mean, Bianca�s like if you need her, she's there. You don't even have to ask. She just shows up, whenever, wherever. That's why Greenlee trashing her sucks so bad.
Woman: Yeah, I just -- I wish my mom would put me before all the liars and losers for once in her selfish life.
Reggie: Well, that's the thing. Bianca's far from selfish. You wouldn't believe the fire that girl's walked through, you know, for the baby she's expecting. She's going to be the most beautiful, wonderful mom in the world.
Babe: How long has it been?
Bianca: Twenty minutes since the last contraction, fifteen between the first and second.
Babe: Ok. So that's good. That means there's no kind of regular, which means you're not in full-fledged labor.
Bianca: But if I am and we don't get to the hospital in time --
Babe: Hey, you remember what I said before, right? Any second, a rescue truck is going to pull up there, and they are going to give you a personal escort to the hospital. I'll bet they'll even let you run the siren. That's better. You know what? I think I saw a deck of cards -- yes, I did. How about we play a couple hands just to pass the time? Let's see. What do we want to play? My favorite -- how about Spit in the Ocean? Really gross name for a card game, huh? You know, there was always two things I could count on in my mama's purse -- one would be a deck of cards and then the second was a rat comb. See, she was a dealer for a while down in Reno. She pulled down some really good money.
Babe: Binky, is it another cringe? Well, then, what's wrong?
Bianca: I'm scared, Babe.
Babe: I know. It's ok. You're going to be just fine.
Bianca: How do you know that?
Babe: Because you don't know any other way to be. Life throws you these rocks, but you always stand strong. I hope that my little girl gets your gift for taking in all the good stuff in life and just letting the bad stuff go bye-bye.
Bianca: I thought you said you had a feeling you were having a little boy.
Babe: Oh, I don't know. It changes every 10 seconds or so. I mean, when the doctor asked if I wanted to know the sex, I thought, "You know what? Why ruin a good surprise?"
Bianca: So, what's J.R. hoping for?
Babe: At first, I thought he wanted a little boy, but he's so set on having a daddy's little girl. But if I do have a girl, our plan of our kids growing up and getting married and running the world -- it's pretty much going to go up in smoke.
Bianca: Not if they move to Massachusetts.
Tad: So, how on earth did you keep it from me?
Tad: Your oh so shapely but seemingly hollow leg. You keep eating like that, you're going to explode.
Krystal: I can't help it. It's what I do when I'm under pressure.
Tad: You just try to remember to breathe, ok?
Krystal: How long has it been since J.R. and Kendall left?
Tad: Not long.
Adam: Damn and blast!
Tad: Don't tell me your pal the Governor gave you the busy signal?
Adam: He's addressing an emergency session of the state legislature.
Tad: So much for friends in high places.
Adam: But I've emailed my security team. They are out looking for Babe and Bianca right now.
Tad: Excellent. You hear that? Cavalry's on the way. That means that those girls will be found.
Krystal: Found how? What if help's too late? I mean, what if Babe and Bianca --
Tad: Hey, aren't you the one that's always bragging to me about how you taught your daughter she could get through anything --
Krystal: Yeah, so --
Tad: And land sunny-side up?
Tad: You're not about to lose Babe or your grandchild.
Krystal: If you say so.
Tad: Yeah, I do. Excuse me for a minute. I'm going to head out, see if I can get a signal, make a call to the hospital. You going to be ok?
Krystal: Yeah, I'll just -- I'll clean this up.
Adam: Now's your chance to get Tad alone.
Liza: What happened to all your worries about your grandchild?
Adam: Dogs know enough to come in out of the rain, but not Babe. She's the reason I'm worried about my grandchild. But mark my words -- the minute that baby comes, she's not going to be around long enough to endanger his life again.
Liza: Just as long as you get the kid.
Adam: That's the plan. But I still need Krystal�s secret to send Babe packing the minute the baby arrives.
Liza: So you're just really concerned about the child's welfare?
Adam: And yours. If Babe goes, then Krystal goes. And you'll be able to throw yourself at Tad to your heart's content.
Liza: You know, I'm going to go see if anybody needs any help.
Liza: Ahem. Yeah, it just seems to be one of those days.
Tad: I can't get anything but a busy signal.
Liza: Funny. Neither can I.
Tad: Oh. Listen, I hope you're ok with the two of us taking some time off -- at least until I get my head together.
Liza: No, fine. I mean, I wish you would've been honest with me -- that you were taking a hiatus from me and Simone to be with Krystal.
Tad: Liza, that's not true.
Liza: Really? Because it seems like the two of you share a pretty special bond.
Tad: No, there's no special bond. It's just that she's sitting in the living room thinking she may have lost her daughter. As a loving mother, I thought you'd understand that.
Tad: Well, at least there's some good news -- looks like the rain's letting up a little bit.
Krystal: Well, what are we waiting for? Let's get out there.
Tad: No, no, no, Krystal, I want you to stay here.
Krystal: Well, where are you headed that I can't go, too?
Tad: I thought I would go over to the hospital and check on my father, make sure he's ok -- and my mother.
Krystal: No. Uh-uh. No, you're going to check with Dr. Joe at the hospital because you think that Babe is racked up there fighting for her life.
Tad: I don't think that. Honestly. I just thought I would eliminate the slim-to-none chance that she may have been brought in. And because I can't get a signal out, I just -- I want to go check for myself.
Krystal: Don't expect me to wait here biting my fingernails. If you're going somewhere, I'm going with you.
Radio Announcer: Torrential rain and wind gusts of up to 60 miles an hour. Governor Brooks has declared a state of emergency, and listeners are strongly cautioned to remain indoors. Emergency --
[Edmund turns radio off]
Edmund: Isabella, you decided to go back home.
Maddie: Daddy, Daddy, help!
Edmund: Maddie? Sam? Are you ok?
Maddie: Yeah, but a tree came in through the window. There's glass everywhere!
Edmund: And a downed power line. All right, listen to me, sweetie. Listen to me. Don't touch anything, ok? Don't even move. I'm going to be right up there. I'm going to come get you, ok?
Maddie: Daddy, hurry! Please! I'm scared!
Edmund: Ok, sweetie.
Maria: Will you get him up to radiology and rush me the film, please? Thanks. Is there anybody else? Anything else I can do?
Anita: No. Mrs. Luchowski sprained her wrist trying to hold up her roof.
Maria: Oh. You're lucky that's all you sprained there.
Mrs. Luchowski: Yeah. Ow!
Maria: Oh, sorry.
Anita: Here. We're taking good care of her here.
Maria: That's ok.
Anita: Call Edmund. Tell him I asked "How's tricks?"
Maria: Thank you.
Maria: What happened?
David: She went into a skid and rear-ended me.
Maria: Guys -- guys --
David: She must've banged her on the dash or the steering column. She was already unconscious when I opened up the car door.
Maria: No seat belt?
David: No. You'd think they'd get it by now, huh? I figured with the weather I'd get here faster than the EMTs.
Maria: Yeah, well, pupils are reactive. That's good. Probably looking at a concussion. Let's get her up to the CT scan. I'll call Tomography. And you in cube 4.
David: Oh, no, no, that's not necessary. I got to go fill out a police report.
Maria: No, doctor's orders. We need to check you out. Come on.
Krystal: Baby doll! Are you hurt?
Tad: It's ok. It's all right. It's not Babe.
Bianca: Oh -- oh, God.
Babe: Ok, ok --
Bianca: Oh, God.
Babe: Just remember what they said in the class. You just got to breathe through it. Ready? That's it, that's it, keep breathing. Almost over --
Bianca: Oh, that was -- that was a real whopper.
Babe: Yeah, but you rode it out just like a pro. Hopefully, it'll only be about 30 more minutes till the next one. When my mama had me, she was in labor for 28 hours before I made my debut.
Bianca: Wait a minute. Wait -- you told me that Krystal only got down to 45 bottles of beer on the wall and then you popped right out.
Babe: Yeah. Did I forget to mention that she got through the song about 20 times before that?
Bianca: I don't think I can last another hour, let alone 28.
Babe: Of course you can. You just have to focus.
Bianca: I am focused. I'm focused on the pain.
Babe: No, no, no, no. You need to focus on the outcome. Remember when you told me you just couldn't wait to hold little baby Miranda in your arms? What else are you looking forward to?
Bianca: Brushing her hair and braiding it. That was my mom's big thing -- playing with my hair constantly. It drove me nuts. I didn't get it then, but now I do. Every touch was her way of saying that she loved me. So what are you looking forward -- oh, my God! Oh, my God, it's another contraction. They're coming fast and furious now. Oh, God, Babe, what do I do?
Babe: Um -- ok, ok, ok. Just hold my hand and just breathe, ok? That's it. Um -- ok, ok, ok. Just hold my hand and just breathe, ok? That's it.
J.R.: Jamie, we're here about Babe.
Jamie: Would you just get off my case already?
Kendall: Maggie -- Maggie, have you seen Bianca? I can't reach her on her cell.
Maggie: No, I haven't talked to her since breakfast. Why? Did something happen?
Kendall: She went out with Babe this afternoon, and we think they got caught up in the storm.
Jamie: You let Babe go out in this? What the hell are you using for brains?
J.R.: You know, I really don't need this right now, ok?
Jamie: You're -- you're scared?
J.R.: Yes. I got to believe that she's safe. I'm not going to lose my wife and my baby, not now. Not ever.
Babe and Bianca: 61 bottles of beer on the wall, 61 bottles of beer You take one down
Bianca: Oh -- oh, God! Oh, God. They're coming so fast and so strong now.
Babe: Hey, it's nothing that we can't handle.
Bianca: You talk about me like I'm some kind of Amazon or something. Doesn't anything ever faze you?
Babe: There's plenty.
Bianca: Like what?
Babe: Like when you go to the store and it's buy one, get one free -- why can't you just take the free one and leave the other one on the shelf?
Bianca: I'm serious.
Babe: Well, I've been in some kind of trouble my whole life. Mainly all my fault. I mean, I just never think about the future. I just -- I think about what I want right then, right now. And then by the time I figure out how to get out of one mess, it's -- bam. J.R.'s pretty much the only thing I've ever grabbed on to that turned out to be any good.
Bianca: I'm glad you two worked out together. He loves you so much.
Babe: I love him, too. And this baby -- it's definitely going to be our second chance.
Bianca: I feel like Miranda is mine.
Babe: You know that they're going to be connected at the hip, right? It's never going to be just Miranda or just Bess. It's always going to be Miranda and Bess. "Hey, look, there's Miranda and Bess. They just came back from the mall." Or "Did you hear Miranda and Bess just tied for first in the Geography Bee?"
Babe: Yeah. J.R. wants to name her for his granny.
Bianca: I like it. Miranda and Bess -- best friends.
Babe: Just like their moms. Bianca and Babe.
Bianca: Bianca and Babe.
Tad: Why don't you see if you can drink some of this.
Krystal: Did you find out anything? Are they here?
Tad: I spoke to both Dad and the woman at Admissions. Nobody matching Babe or Bianca�s description's been brought in.
Krystal: I'll take that water.
Krystal: Thank you.
Tad: No sweat. They got plenty more where that came from.
Krystal: I'm not talking about the water. Thank you for not calling me a drama queen when I freaked out when I saw that strange girl. I --
Tad: Krystal, you didn't see a stranger. You saw your daughter.
Krystal: I can't even remember what my life was like before Babe came into it. Feel like two halves of the same whole, you know, sharing the same heartbeat. Now that her little one's picked up that beat -- if anything happens to either one of them �
Maria: Ok, Anita, will you schedule Dr. David here for an MRI, please?
David: Oh, come on, forget the MRI. You can see from my X-rays that I'm fine.
Maria: And when you're in charge, you can give the orders.
Anita: I'll grab a wheelchair.
Maria: Thank you.
David: You know, you're really good at this.
Maria: Yeah, and flattery is not going to get you out of an MRI.
David: Hmm. Can't blame a guy for trying, right? Ahem. So, how's Edmund adjusting to being home?
Maria: Well, there's nothing really to adjust to. He's -- he's just home where he belongs.
David: Hmm. So I take it my worst-case scenarios didn't stop him from wanting the surgery.
Maria: Oh, but they did.
David: I didn't think I got through to him.
Maria: No, whatever you said -- or, you know -- I don't know -- maybe it was something I said -- but whatever it was, it made all the difference because he opted not to have the surgery.
David: Just like that?
Maria: Well, no, it's going to take him a while to come to grips with the fact that he -- that he'll never be able to walk again. But you know what? Just in the short time that he's been home, I think he's really realized what a wonderful father he can be, a husband he can be, and it just doesn't matter that he can't walk again. What matters is that -- is that he's with us.
Edmund: Give me a dial tone.
Sam: Dad, where are you?
Maddie: Daddy, please hurry! It's cold and I'm afraid!
Edmund: Sweetheart, I'm coming! Sammy? Daddy's coming. You just stay calm, ok? I'm coming. I'll be right there.
[Edmund grunts as he repeatedly tries to climb two steps in his wheelchair]
[Edmund falls out of his wheelchair and attempts to heave his limp body up the staircase]
Maddie: Daddy, are you coming?
Edmund: Just sit -- just sit tight, kids. Daddy's coming.
[Pounding on door]
Man: Everybody all right in there?
Edmund: Come in!
Man: I'm going to get you back in your wheelchair.
Edmund: No, I'm ok. I'm fine. Get my kids. They're upstairs.
Man: All right.
Woman: My mom just wants to make my life hell.
Reggie: I mean, you really think she's going to come after you?
Woman: And lose her overtime? Uh-uh. She'll call one of her good buddy cops here in Pine Valley and sic him on me.
Reggie: "Good buddy cops"?
Woman: Yeah. Mom's a blue, the original bad cop -- the kind that'll write you up for looking at her crazy. But you call her on something, and she'll bust your butt before she ever admits she did anything wrong.
Reggie: Yeah, well, we got one of those high-and-mighty types here. But he's not just a cop. He's the police chief. You know, calls all the shots and will never let you forget anything -- Chief Derek Frye. I mean, he's supposed to be a good friend of my father's -- yeah, right. When a friend's in trouble, you either help him out or you look the other way. But not Mr. Law and Order. What's wrong? You ok?
Reggie: I mean, I'll leave.
Woman: Reggie, you don't have to go. I mean, it's -- the cable's out, and it gets kind of scary up here by myself.
Reggie: Oh. Well, all right. Hmm, where was I? Oh, yeah, Derek Frye. He's --
Woman: I don't want to talk about him. Tell me more about your cousin that's like a sister.
Reggie: Well, what's to say? I mean, whoever knows Bianca falls in love with her.
Jamie: I can't just sit around. I got to do something.
Maggie: Not without me.
Jamie: Maybe you should call Lena and tell her Bianca�s missing.
Maggie: I can�t. She's in Chicago. I'm not going to call her and scare her if Bianca just went to the movies until, you know, the weather settled or something.
Jamie: Right. And she probably couldn't get a flight out anyway, so --
Maggie: Well, take your car?
Jamie: Yeah, let's go.
Maggie: Right. Uh �
Bianca: Babe? What are you doing?
Babe: Can't make soup without hot water.
Bianca: No. You don't think we're going to get to the hospital in time. That's why you're boiling water.
Babe: Hey, don't you worry. I might not have read all the books that you read, but you and Miranda -- you guys are going to ace this, and I'm going to be here to make sure of it.
Bianca: Just like your neighbor and her 10 puppies -- oh -- oh --
Babe: Ok, ok, ok, what -- what bottle of beer are we on? Ok --
Bianca: Oh, forget the song. Tell me about Bess. Tell me about what you're looking forward to.
Babe: Ok, um -- yeah. Well, that's a cinch. I -- a bike. That's it. When I was little, I always wanted a bike, and -- but it wasn't just -- it wasn't feasible because we moved all the time and it wasn't affordable. And I remember seeing this little girl, and she had a pink bike with a banana seat and the streamers. She was with her family, and they just seemed so happy. Hey, that's how it's going to be with you and little Miranda. You're going to be a family, Bianca.
Bianca: Oh --
Babe: Sweetie, what's wrong?
Bianca: I want this baby out of me right now!
Maddie: Daddy! Daddy, why didn't you come?
Edmund: Oh, sweetheart -- sweetheart -- are you ok?
Maddie: I love you.
Edmund: I love you. Are you ok?
Edmund: Yeah? How's Sammy?
Man: Hold on tight.
Tad: Nobody's seen either of the girls since they took off in Babe's car this afternoon.
Krystal: We're kind of hoping maybe they found someplace to lay low until the storm passes.
Maria: And isn't it right around Bianca�s due date?
Krystal: Yeah, and Babe's not too far behind.
Maria: Oh, my God -- well, then we'll just keep an eye out for Babe and Bianca, then.
David: What about Bianca? Is she all right?
Tad: We won't know till we find her -- and Babe.
J.R.: Well, that's just not good enough. Then use a chopper! Then find them on foot. My wife and her friend are pregnant. Find them.
Kendall: I can't lose them. Bianca and her baby -- they're all I've got left.
J.R.: That's not going to happen. I won't let that happen.
Babe: Bianca, you said you want to have this baby now? Well, I think you're going to get your wish, because we can't wait for help to get here. We're going to deliver this baby together -- now.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Greenlee: We have to do something!
Ryan: All right, take this. I want you to call 911. Get a rescue team.
Kendall: I want Bianca. Tell me that she's here.
Erica: What -- oh, my God, what?
Babe: Just one more push. Come on.
Bianca: Please don't make me do it again.
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