All My Children Transcript Tuesday 6/29/04
Proofread by Gisele
[Zach grabs Maria and gives her a passionate kiss]
Krystal: So what's it going to be, David? What are you going to do about Bess?
Babe: Just do what you think is right.
Krystal: You know, you're just too sweet for words. I'm just trying to give me a little push.
Babe: Mama, will you stop it, please? He's going to have to live with himself. So will we.
Krystal: Now, doesn't she make you proud, Doc? You have an opportunity to give your first gift, the very best gift possible to your own daughter, or you can take a sledgehammer to her life and ruin it completely.
David: Don't you dare try to shift this blame on to me.
Krystal: I'm just trying to say -- I'm begging you, don't pull the rug out from underneath them. Let Babe and J.R. raise Bess as their own.
David: You don't get to tell me what to do, Krystal. You've seriously lost that right.
Krystal: Ok. Well, just use your own good judgment, but don't hurt them. Whatever you do, do not hurt them.
Tad: Hurt who? Who are you torturing this time, Hayward?
Bartender: Hey, what can I get you?
Greenlee: How about a cosmo. Do you know what you're drinking?
Erica: Oh, Greenlee, what a cheerful sight. Oh, where's your better half, Ryan? Hasn't slipped through the noose already, has he? Because that would call for a toast.
Greenlee: To the Kane women, and all the men they ruin.
Ryan: Well, I guess I don't need to ask how you're doing, little brother.
Jonathan: I've had worse days. I was actually looking for you.
Ryan: Oh? And look what you found instead. You staying long?
Jonathan: That depends.
Ryan: Well, I see Kendall's already given you her -- uh -- welcome to Pine Valley.
Jonathan: Um -- Ry, could -- could you give us a few minutes?
Ryan: Ah, don't mind me. It's good see you, though. You look like you've been working out a little bit. So, Kendall, did you really need to see me or did you just need me to see you in the sack with my brother?
Jonathan: Whoa. Flag on the play here. You called my brother to come over here while we were doing the deed?
Kendall: Well, no. I mean, you left me a little too breathless to pick up the phone. I called before, and then when I spoke to Ryan, I had no idea that you'd sweep me off my feet. Ryan, you have an amazing brother.
Jonathan: Thanks for the props, but your house, your wine, your towel.
Ryan: Your move.
Jonathan: Why don't you have a glass of wine, give us a minute to get dressed? You've got us at a little disadvantage here. This is awkward.
Ryan: You have no idea.
Jonathan: If you wanted to wait in the other room --
Ryan: Oh, trust me, it's nothing I haven't seen before, unless you're getting shy on me.
Jonathan: Me? Hardly.
Ryan: We're all family here. I think that's Kendall's point that she's trying to make -- one big, happy, cozy family.
Jonathan: Hey, I don't know what the heck's going on.
Ryan: Don't sweat it. It's nothing. Mission accomplished. Right, Kendall?
Kendall: Well, whose mission, yours or mine?
Ryan: Do you have more secrets up your nonexistent sleeve?
Kendall: Well, when I called you, you said that you had to talk to me, some unfinished business. So here I am, and I'm listening.
Erica: I don't see your adorable husband. Oh, well, by the way, we didn't miss you in Las Vegas. He was there, you know. And Kendall was there. Coincidence? I think not.
Greenlee: Ryan told me all about it.
Erica: Finally, there's that self-destructive look of desperation. Oh, Greenlee, you are so like your mother in that regard. And it's really -- it's so sad, really, two generations of women so lonely, never had a successful love life, and don't have a clue what real happiness is all about.
Greenlee: Tell me about your happy love life these days. I'm sure you had a man to keep you company all those lonely nights in Vegas. But you can start with the relationship you trashed with my father. You must be so proud.
Erica: See, you'd never understand anything so complex.
Greenlee: Oh, it's not complex. You and Kendall are the toxic avengers of love.
Erica: Ooh! "Toxic avengers of love." Oh, that's pure poetry, Greenlee. You should set that to music. I should perform it in my next act.
Greenlee: Hmm, your act isn't on stage anymore. What you're famous for, what you've passed on to your oldest daughter is the ability to use ancient pain you should long be over to suck the life out of any man who makes the mistake of thinking he loves you. You deserve a great, big round of applause for doing it so brilliantly.
Zach: I finally got my goodbye kiss.
Maria: I never -- I never expected to see you again.
Zach: Well, I was passing through Pine Valley, and I had almost forgot how beautiful you are, Maureen.
Maria: I -- I'm not the same person that I was --
Zach: I know.
Maria: We were together then, and --
Zach: Dr. Maria Santos-Grey, renowned physician at Pine Valley Hospital, living here at Wildwind with your husband, two children.
Zach: There was quite a bit of press coverage surrounding your return from the dead.
Maria: Ok, so then -- I mean, so then you realize then that I'm not that person that back then --
Zach: Yeah, well, you're wrong about that, because you're exactly who I remember.
David: Doesn't playing hero ever wear you out, Martin? Sure tires the hell out of me.
Krystal: Don't mind David. He's -- he's been given some shocking news. Babe is his daughter.
[Tad laughs uproariously]
Babe: It's true. He did the DNA test and everything.
Tad: Oh, for God's sake, a guy leaves town for five days, the entire world goes down the crapper. Please tell me I've fallen down some kind of rabbit hole.
David: I wish you would.
Tad: You and Hayward?
Krystal: Once, at a party. Blame it on the alcohol. I was blotto, available. I turned to him and he turned back.
David: We were both wasted.
Tad: She'd have to be comatose. So what's the deal? After all this time, what, 20-odd years, you've both just flashed on this night of completely forgettable passion?
Krystal: It just hit me.
Tad: Well, I got to hand it to you, you always said Babe's father was a complete son of a bitch. I guess you're still right on. Are you ok?
Babe: So far.
Tad: Yeah. Is there one woman left on this planet I care about that you haven't in some way abused?
David: Yeah, and it kills you, doesn't it? But this time, you don't get to swoop in and do a secret DNA test to win everyone's undying love. How's that for impotent?
Tad: Wait a minute. What are you talking about? What does Bess' DNA test got to do with this?
Ryan: I needed to talk to you about paperwork.
Kendall: What paperwork?
Ryan: Well, the SEC requires specific documents for transferring shares, Kendall -- Enchantment and Fusion. You can't just give those away like bubble gum cards.
Kendall: Well, I'll take care of it.
Ryan: And how can I be sure of that?
Kendall: I'll hire a lawyer. They'll know what to do.
Ryan: Well, they'd better, because once you cut and run, I can't chase you all over the country for your signature.
Jonathan: You going someplace?
Ryan: Oh, yes, she is.
Kendall: I'm hardly dressed to travel anywhere. But don't worry, I'll get you your papers.
Ryan: Well, then I guess this is it.
Kendall: Yeah. This is truly it.
Ryan: Hey -- good luck.
Kendall: You, too.
Jonathan: Give me a sec. I'm going to go with you.
Ryan: No, no, no, no, no. Don't go rushing out on my account, all right? You guys -- um -- you guys finish up here, and then you come by my place. You can get the directions from Kendall, ok? Jonathan? There's a room, my place, your name on it. You stay as long as you want, all right? I'll see you.
Jonathan: So, was that supposed to break you two up or bring you back together?
Tad: Answer the question, Hayward. What does the DNA test have to do with this?
David: Oh, I don't know, maybe I have DNA on my mind.
Tad: Well, then maybe you should work on it.
Krystal: Tad, wait. You know, it's been a rough day, all right?
David: Yeah, no kidding. I've got several lives to figure out. I'm out of here.
Krystal: David, wait.
Tad: Let him go. Whatever he says, whatever he does, don't you trust him.
Krystal: I need to talk to him.
Tad: Krystal --
Krystal: Babe, whatever you do, don't say anything, all right? You just keep it zipped until I come back, ok?
Babe: At least you don't have to leave town.
Krystal: That just depends on what your daddy decides to do.
Tad: So you want to tell me what the hell's going on? I mean, this is about a lot more than everybody figuring out who they slept with, isn't it?
Maria: I didn't really know myself when we were together.
Zach: So I understand.
Maria: But I'm very clear now. I'm Maria now. I'm not Maureen anymore.
Zach: You've always been an intelligent woman regardless of what name you're using. But we did swear to each other there'd be no promise, no regrets. Those were some of the happiest times of my life. And you were happy, too -- at least I thought you were.
Maria: It's just that I -- you know what, I'm so sorry about how I left.
Zach: That's ok. I mean, it's -- it's probably best we didn't say goodbye.
Maria: No, it's just that's what I had to do at the time.
Zach: It's ok.
Maria: And everything that -- that we had then, I --
Zach: Wouldn't change a second of it, not one.
Maria: Just it has to stay in the past.
Zach: You happy now?
Maria: Yeah. Oh, yeah. I've got everything that I ever wanted. I've got an incredible husband, and I've got these two perfect kids and my family and friends, and all -- you know, I had lost all of that once, and I can't -- I can't lose that again.
Zach: Well, that's what I came to find out, because you deserve happiness. And the good news is we don't have to say goodbye to each other. We just did that.
Maria: Zach, wait. Wait.
Zach: Let's not make any more out of this. You didn't know -- didn't know who was going to walk into your stable today, and --
Maria: Yeah. Yeah, I think I would've been maybe less surprised if the horses started talking today, but --
Zach: Yeah. And as far as the kiss goes, that's -- let's just say that was a daydream. Get back to your happy life.
Maria: What about you, though? Are you -- are you happy?
Zach: I'm -- you know, I've done well, right?
Maria: Yeah. Good. That's good.
Zach: Made some changes, took some chances. And the last thing you want is a life with regrets, right?
Kendall: Well, I thought we were having a good time.
Jonathan: One big difference -- you knew who I was. I didn't have a clue about you. I still don't.
Kendall: Well, I had no idea that Ryan never mentioned me to his family. That's -- that's pretty insulting.
Jonathan: Oh, stop it, Kendall! You made sure that I didn't know you were involved with Ryan. Now, this may be entertaining in some sick way to somebody who hates my brother obviously as much as you do, but I don't, and I resent being used to hurt him.
Kendall: That's not what happened.
Jonathan: Don't play me for stupid. You took me to bed to punch Ryan in the heart!
Kendall: No, wait a minute, hold on. You were right here. You saw him. Your brother was chatting to us like we were at some family reunion. Now, correct me if I'm wrong, but Ryan did not look heartbroken to me.
Jonathan: I actually wouldn't know.
Kendall: Why, because Ryan was the one who used to break all the hearts?
Jonathan: Maybe. He left when I was a kid. I've seen him once in the last five years. And this is a hell of a way for him to get to know me.
Kendall: Well, FYI -- he holds a grudge. Ahem.
Jonathan: Why would you do it, Kendall? I mean, what were you trying to prove?
Kendall: Ok, want to know the truth? I was in love with your stupid, arrogant brother more than life itself, and he told me he loved me, too, but then he picked another woman. So he'll tell you he was happy -- he was lucky to escape me. Ask anyone. I'm an anaconda. Once I wrap myself around some poor, unsuspecting slob, that's it.
Jonathan: Well, the unsuspecting slob of the day can't exactly disagree.
Kendall: I don't suppose you're interested in my side of things?
Jonathan: I think I'm feeling your side of things, and it's not pretty. Yeah, heads up, Kendall -- you picked the wrong guy to go up against. Ryan is the only hero I've ever had. Don't even think about using me again to hurt him.
Kendall: No problem there. He has no feelings to hurt.
[Sitting on his motorcycle on the highway, a troubled Ryan flashes back to his recent encounters]
Greenlee: I'm letting you walk away. I want you to. If you're worried about Cambias, don't be. And when I file for divorce, I won't fight for my 50%. In and out, clean and simple. And you get Kendall.
Ryan: You needed to talk to me?
Jonathan: Kendall, where's the --
Erica: So, how about that? I was right. Ryan has slipped through your fingers already. Wow. Thank-you notes haven't even been sent out, marriage is dead in the water. How'd you do that, Greenlee? Tell me, did you jealously attack someone that Ryan really cared about? Or did Ryan just come to his senses and go back to Kendall, the real love of his life? Gee, I just love it when one of the toxic avengers of love scores a win.
Greenlee: You can stop keeping score, Erica. The only thing I have to say to you is stay the hell away from my father.
Erica: Ooh. Look how defensively she tries to change the subject.
Greenlee: He is the subject. The best day of Jackson's life was the day that God didn't answer his prayers and spared him a life with you.
Erica: Gary? God didn't stop Jackson from marrying me, Greenlee. That was you.
Greenlee: That's right. Go ahead, try and convince yourself you know what happiness is.
Erica: Hey, running off so quickly? I was just getting started.
Tad: So what triggered it? Why all of a sudden did Krystal remember? And after raising you by herself, why would she think that David has to know about it?
Babe: I don't know, it -- it just all happened so fast. It's like riding a wave. You just ride it till you see where it lands you.
Tad: Well, you'd better hope you don't drown before you get to shore.
Babe: J.R., honey.
Babe: Well, is Bess ok?
J.R.: Oh, yeah, yeah, Bess is fine. You just seemed so worried on the phone. I wanted to make sure that you were ok. Hey. You're back.
Tad: Yeah, how you doing, kiddo? Actually, I got to get back to the house and make a phone call. I'm still on the job. I'll see you, and I guess you and I will finish our conversation later on.
J.R.: So I guess Krystal caught her flight.
Babe: Yeah, it was delayed, and then Uncle P.J. called and said that Aunt Tallulah was feeling better, so trip's off.
J.R.: Oh? Well, where is she?
Babe: Oh, you know Mama. She always has something on her plate.
J.R.: Well, come on, I'll get you out of here.
Babe: J.R., let's go somewhere.
J.R.: That's what I'm talking about. Let's get some dinner.
Babe: No, no, I'm talking somewhere like -- like Maui or a Greek island or the Canaries. I've always wanted to go to the Canaries.
J.R.: Well, it sounds like a great idea, but how about in the fall?
J.R.: Now? Why?
Babe: Yeah, I just -- I don't know, every day, something changes that -- I just want to get away, the two of us, someplace where we can just love each other and be together. It's just so crazy here. It's just -- it's too much.
[Knock on cabin door]
Krystal: We're not finished yet.
David: Great. Don't tell me I blocked out something else from that night. A wedding ring? Conceiving Babe's twin?
Krystal: No, this is legit. Before you tell Bianca that Bess is really Miranda, I want you to take a good look at what's in here.
Jonathan: Your plan worked. Just didn't get what you wanted, did you?
Ryan: Do you have any idea what it's like to have your entire world rocked, Tad?
Tad: Yeah, like you read about. I just got through an 8.5 at the airport. What the hell's with this town? I get off the plane --
Ryan: Tad, Tad, we're talking about me here.
Tad: You asked me if I knew what it was like --
Ryan: Yeah, it was rhetorical.
Tad: Oh, ok, fine. Yes. Me, too. Whatever. Thanks for playing. You look like you could use a drink.
Ryan: Yeah, I could, but I'm on my hog. My motorcycle.
Tad: Yeah. Hmm. Well, I'm at home, and I'm not going anywhere, so I'll drink your drink for you.
Ryan: Don't suppose I could live in a bubble.
Tad: Sounds a little extreme. What's got you so upset, women trouble?
Ryan: Well, it takes two to do the self-destructive tango, right?
Tad: Technically, three if you count Kendall. I'm sorry. I didn't mean it the way it sounded. You're obviously upset.
Ryan: I just feel like I could put my fist through --
Tad: Listen, there's a reason they say that the first 25 years of marriage are the worst, ok, so whatever this is, I'm sure you and Greenlee can work it out.
Ryan: What would you say my IQ would be, Tad?
Tad: I wouldn't even dare.
Ryan: About 6 ½? Not meant to be funny, Tad. You got to figure two people who don't learn from their mistakes are dumber than a couple of fence posts, so -- so why? What makes us that way? Tad, I asked you a question.
Tad: I thought we were still doing the rhetorical thing. Look, why are you asking me? I can't even program my coffee maker. And in case, you know, we could just stop misunderstanding each other for five minutes, I am back from Vegas, if you care.
Ryan: All right, what do you got?
Tad: Everything I could possibly dig up on your friend Mr. Slater.
Ryan: So who is he? What's his deal?
Tad: Ryan, either Mr. Slater is the world's greatest liar or he's its biggest mystery.
Maria: Do you still have the place?
Zach: The Seasons --
Zach: Hotel and casino -- I do, yes, and I don't want to brag, but I have five more scattered around the world.
Maria: No kidding? That's great. So you're doing great, really great.
Zach: You're doing better.
Maria: Well, things definitely worked out for the best.
Zach: Well, I'm going to the shore to look at another property.
Edmund: Hello? Who are you?
Gary: Miss Kane?
Erica: I am suddenly so thirsty.
Gary: I can take care of that for you.
Erica: Thank you.
[As Erica tries to reach for her glass, it slips off the bar and shatters when she sees a shadowy man]
Greenlee: What the hell is up with you?
Erica: I'm perfectly fine.
J.R.: I think it's a great idea, Babe, a honeymoon on the Canary Islands, but not now. I can't be away from Bess for a day, let alone be away from her for two weeks.
Babe: I can't really stand to be away from her, either.
J.R.: Well, that's why we have a nanny -- so we can get away for a couple of hours, have some fun knowing that Bess is taken care of.
Babe: I don't feel much like a party.
J.R.: You're driving me nuts here, Babe. I mean, one minute, you want to leave the country, the next you can't bring yourself to drive down the street.
Babe: I know, I'm sorry. It's just it's been a hard couple of days. It just -- it just makes my head hurt.
J.R.: Hey, let me distract you, huh? Let me give my wife a night that she'll never forget.
Babe: I just want you to be happy, J.R.
Krystal: And that was when we lived in Bay St. Louis, Mississippi, over there by Waveland. Babe loved Mississippi. She could hardly even say it right, but she was so happy there. I taught her to catch fireflies. Babe was afraid of the dark, but those fireflies made her not so scared. I told her they were like a little night-light in a jar. You would've loved her, David. She was just pure goodness.
David: You trying to work me, Krystal?
Krystal: You bet I am. What kind of mother can sit by and watch as her little girl gets thrown to the wolves, and what kind of father can allow that?
David: It's a little late to push the daddy button, don't you think?
Krystal: No. It's never too late. I swear, David, if I had any idea that you were her father --
David: Oh, don't, don't, don't even try it, all right? I'm not that easily manipulated.
Krystal: I know you got a heart. You almost let me see it once.
David: What do you want from me, Krystal?
Krystal: A fair shake. I want you to take a few minutes and just look at the stuff in that box, David. These are the memories of your daughter, from 0 to -- to last week. These baby teeth? Call me crazy, but I guess the tooth fairy just couldn't bring herself to throw them out. And this, this dance certificate. Babe took beginning ballet in about a half a dozen towns. This certificate says she graduated. She was 11 years old and all the other girls were 8, but she was so proud and so happy, because she wasn't a beginner anymore. I'm not going to beg you anymore, David, because I know it's just going to tick you off, but please just take a few minutes and get to know your little girl.
David: You should know I'm leaning towards telling Bianca.
Krystal: Ok. But just do me a favor.
David: That depends.
Krystal: You liked me. I know you did. And not way back. Recently. You thought that there might be something between us.
David: I thought that you were different.
Krystal: Different than what?
David: From me.
Krystal: Fair enough. But please, will you do something for me? Would you please just give me a heads-up before you decide to do whatever it is you're going to do?
David: Fair enough, I guess.
Krystal: I'll come back for this stuff later. I'll have you know, I never go anywhere without it, even if I have to leave everything else behind, but I trust you with it. I'm trusting you with all of it.
Tad: Apparently, he won his first casino in a poker game, which, if you ask me, sounds like a complete urban legend. As a matter of fact, if you really want my opinion, everything about this guy seems made up.
Ryan: Don't they have to do a full background check to give away a casino license?
Tad: Yeah, absolutely, and it's right there, squeaky clean and incredibly brief.
Ryan: Like, too brief.
Tad: Yeah, but it's not just that. It's like on paper, this guy doesn't even look like a real human being. It's like you and I sat down, decided to make up the perfect resume. I mean, there's no holes, no gaps, no unanswered questions of any kind. It's so perfect, it screams fake, and the really eerie thing is every single word checks out.
Ryan: Well, I just want to find out if he was up to something with Erica.
Tad: I don't blame you. There's something about this guy that's very slippery.
Ryan: So you still looking?
Tad: If it's ok. Aidan's still out in Las Vegas. He'll dig up what he can, and Erica's a really good friend, so if it's ok with you, I'd kind of like to stay on top of this.
Ryan: Yeah, just make sure you send the bills to me and not to Cambias.
Tad: Yeah, will do. You ok to get back on your pig?
Ryan: My hog.
Tad: You feel better?
Ryan: I felt better than when I got here, thank you.
Tad: Yeah, well, I assume your world is still rocking.
Ryan: More than you could know.
Tad: Give it 24 hours, ok? Whatever's going on, you'll be in a completely new ballgame.
Ryan: You're right. Could get worse.
Zach: I'm a little lost.
Edmund: Isn't that like being a little pregnant? Either you are or you aren't.
Zach: Well, then I am -- lost, not pregnant. I -- I just needed a little help.
Maria: Yeah, and you know, I mean, you know me -- I'm really bad with directions, so I didn't help.
Edmund: I always tell her, you know, back roads, they're not brain surgery. Where you headed?
Zach: The shore. And I was on the scenic route, and I was doing great until I wasn't doing great, and then I saw a light.
Edmund: Ok, let me see if I can help you. Excuse me. If you could find your way back to the road that obviously you got off on --
Zach: I'm not sure that's possible.
Edmund: Here you go, right here. Take 93 to the 248, ok? Now, watch it right here because you take the wrong turn, you end up in Delaware. You don't want that. Just get on the toll road and follow the signs. Here, take this.
Zach: Thank you. I didn't mean to startle you. It wasn't my intention.
Maria: No, no, no, hey, just a tiny bit startled. It was no big deal. Really, it was -- have a good trip and a nice life.
Zach: That's the plan. Thanks for helping a lost traveler. Thanks for this.
Edmund: Sure. You ok, honey? You look a million miles away.
Maria: Do you ever have a day that you thought was starting out perfect, and then one thing goes wrong and then all hell breaks loose and you just -- God.
Edmund: I think it's called life.
Maria: Yeah. Yeah, I guess. My saddle broke, I got a phone call from the ER, I've got to go work tonight because Turner broke his foot or something -- I don't know -- and then, of course, I'm running late and -- oh, my God, dinner.
Edmund: Don't worry, the kids are eating now.
Maria: Oh, good. Thank you, honey. You're fabulous. Look, about before, I'm really -- I'm really sorry. And if you feel like you've got to investigate this threat, then go ahead and do it and I'm behind you all the way, ok?
Edmund: Thanks. You know I was going to do it, whatever you say.
Maria: I know. God.
Edmund: Don't worry.
Maria: I love you.
Edmund: You do?
Edmund: I love you.
[Radio plays as Zach recalls the first time he saw Maria]
Zach: So where do you want to be dropped?
Maria: Wherever you're going is fine. I really appreciate the ride, thank you.
Zach: Mm-hmm. Well, that's telling -- a woman like you hitchhiking in the middle of the night in the middle of the desert with nowhere specific to go.
Maria: Your point?
Zach: You're running away from something.
Maria: Know what, I'm really good with just silence.
Zach: Fair enough.
Maria: Plus, it's hardly the middle of the night.
Zach: So you thought it was a good idea to get in a car with a complete stranger?
Maria: What are you, my father?
Zach: Hey --
Maria: Look, you know what, why don't you just pull over?
Zach: Excuse me?
Maria: Just pull over and let me out.
Zach: That's not going to happen. I'm not leaving you out here.
Maria: Ok, well, you made your point. Any psycho could pick me up on the side of the road and lock me in his car and hold me hostage. Will you let me out of the car, please?
Zach: I will.
Zach: I will -- as soon as I get you someplace safe.
[Sitting on a park bench in the dark]
Krystal: Lord, I am out of options. I know you got Babe's baby boy up there with you. I sure could use that little angel's help right now. Maybe my grandbaby could help David make his choice. Could you do that, baby boy? Could you help David do what's right for his daughter? And just show him -- show him that Babe is still grieving the loss of you. I never thought Babe needed her daddy, but she does now. Open up his heart, please, and let him be what she needs him to be right now.
[Music plays at SOS as J.R. and Babe dance]
J.R.: Let me get our drinks, huh?
[J.R. surreptitiously melts a capsule in Babe's drink]
J.R.: All right. Thirsty?
Greenlee: What's going on? Do we need to call 911 or what?
Erica: Please. Look, I don't need an ambulance. I need you to leave me alone. Just go wallow in your own misery.
[Kendall enters and stares at Greenlee]
Ryan: This day has got to get better.
[On the same road, Zach drives while searching the map]
Zach: 93. Turn on 93. That's what the guy said, right? Do this --
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Erica: I'm here, Jack. I'm sure there's something that you would like to say to me.
Greenlee: You're not going anywhere until you tell me what you did to Ryan.
Zach: Don't move. Let me call an ambulance.
Babe: I love you to death.
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