AMC Transcript Wednesday 3/16/05

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 3/16/05



By Suzanne
Proofread by Gisele

J.R.: Hey. What's the matter with you? Did you miss your first week of janitor school? Keep your junk out of my way.

David: Why don't you kiss my junk.

J.R.: Oh -- oh. This is good. No, no, this is awesome. Dr. Hayward. Looks like you traded in your surgical scrubs for some community service khakis? Hey, code blue, doc -- stall number one -- your career is clogging the toilet.

Krystal: So please, enlighten me. What's the problem?

Inmate: You.

Krystal: Ok, what is it, huh? Was it my hair, my accent, or the fact that I breathe and take up space?

Inmate: What did you think? You'd just cop a plea and then do your time?

Krystal: Gee, where'd I get a crazy idea like that?

Inmate: You walked out of one court and smack into another. You got a brand-new jury to decide your punishment, and this new jury? They're good to go.

Jamie: So I'm thinking I'm going to put the plasma screen here, you know, after I save for, like, a decade or two. Hey, Babe. What's wrong? Something happen at the prison?

Babe: It's Mama. She's in trouble, bad.

Greenlee: No, I swear to God!

Mary: Ow! Oh!

Greenlee: Mother?

Mary: Oh, my arm!

Greenlee: Oh, my God.

Mary: Ow!

Greenlee: I thought it was him. I thought I was dead.

Jonathan: Well, that was a bust. Braden would have been there if your friends hadn't shown.

Ryan: And he was there.

[Jonathan finds another note from Braden and reads it out loud.]

Jonathan: You betrayed me?

Greenlee: Grab me? You had to grab me?

Mary: It wasn't a grab. It was a hug. But never mind that. Who did you think I was and why would you be dead?

Greenlee: How about why are you even here? Charming look, by the way.

Mary: I'm doing you a favor, by the way. Bianca went to Paris. She left your valuable real estate unprotected, so here I am. You're welcome.

Greenlee: You're broke, again.

Mary: You're very unattractive when you get aggressive.

Greenlee: Oh, and you're all charm and glamour. Scrape off that goo and tell me how you tapped out this time. Your boy toy needed pec implants?

Mary: That's ok. You make fun of me. I'm trying to rebuild my life.

Greenlee: You mean build a whole new spring wardrobe.

Mary: Greenlee, I'm dealing with a lot of overwhelming obstacles these days.

Greenlee: You used all the money I gave now and you want to sponge some more?

Mary: We're family!

Greenlee: And you're leaving. Now, haul your spring wardrobe out of here.

Mary: You would let this lovely place go to waste just to spite me?

Greenlee: It won't be wasted. It'll be used -- by me.

Mary: How? You're having an affair. Oh --

Greenlee: You just can't help it. Your mind just goes zoom, straight to cheap sex.

Mary: Well, then what? Ryan dumped you, didn't he? I always knew it was a matter of time.

Greenlee: No, he didn't dump me. We're fine. We're not fine fine, but we're -- we're having a problem and we're handling it.

Mary: Yes, you're having a problem, all right. You know, giving up Cambias was idiotic, but it's not irreversible. You're a clever girl and you can get it back.

Greenlee: Oh, my God, mother, you don't get it. It's not always about money.

Mary: Oh, I can see you're upset, so why don't you let me help you?

Greenlee: Fine. Start packing.

Mary: I'm not going anywhere while my daughter needs me.

Greenlee: Mother --

Mary: Not till you tell me.

Greenlee: Fine. We know who shot Ryan and who poisoned me.

Mary: Who? Who did this to you?

Greenlee: Ryan's brother.

Jonathan: He knows. He was at the boathouse, Ryan. He knows I didn't go alone. He's going to want my head.

Ryan: Yeah, and I think it's my head first.

Jonathan: Well, if your friend Lily and your bozo buddy Aidan wouldn't have shown up in the first place, then this wouldn't --

Ryan: Stop that. Don't blame Lily and Aidan after what Braden's pulled the last few months.

Jonathan: Ok, you're right. You're right, it's me. It's me. I should have done something about this. He got ahold of me. I should have done something. I should have told you.

Ryan: It's a little late for that.

Jonathan: How am I going to make this right? I'm going to find him right now, and I'm going to talk to him, Ryan. I owe you. I have to make this up to him.

Ryan: Not one step outside that door.

Jonathan: There's no other way to get to Braden.

Ryan: Yes, there is.

Babe: She was perky and she was sassy, and it was all a lie. There was this look in her eye.

Tad: Well, what kind of look? Maybe she was just missing you.

Babe: No, no, it's not that. It's more -- ok, it was the same look that happened when my appendix burst, and I'm on my way into the ER. It was that exact same look, or when rent was due and -- and she lost her job. All she would say is, "It's ok, baby doll, I'll be ok," but, you guys, it was this look.

Jamie: Babe, Krystal is the strongest woman I've ever seen, but prison is prison. It's going to get to her.

Babe: No, no, I have known plenty of people who've seen the inside of a cell, and they make it work, they get by. This was so different. Ok, the guard shut down our visit way short, and when Mama said something, the guard just shut her down, and Mama stood there and took it.

Tad: All right --

Babe: Look, it's more than that. It's personal.

Tad: You try to take it easy. I'll get the story, ok?

Babe: Tell Mama I love her.

Jamie: Ok, my dad's going to figure out what's going on, all right? It's going to be ok.

Babe: No, it's not.

Jamie: Now, Babe, calm down.

Babe: He can't do anything, and we can't do anything. We're here. She's in prison because of me, inside of a jail cell every single day because of what I did to her, Jamie.

Jamie: No, she isn't. Krystal made her own choice, and it's done. There's nothing you can do about it now.

Babe: Like heck I can't.

Jamie: Where are you going?

Babe: I'm going to the airport and I'm going to buy a ticket to anywhere and breaking my probation.

Jamie: And get arrested?

Babe: Yeah. Mama needs me, and the only way I can help her right now is if I'm in prison with her.

Krystal: My jury? Here, I thought I was just part of one big sorority -- kappa kappa slammer. And me without my pearls.

Inmate: Raeanne, from Bridgeport, three kids. Justine, five kids -- middle two -- middle two are twins. Sheila has a baby girl, 9 months old. She'll be in middle school by the time she gets out of here.

Krystal: All right, look, I have a daughter myself, all right?

Inmate: Right.

Krystal: And that one right there made sure that I didn't get two minutes with her.

Inmate: "That one" has two jobs to feed her kids. See, these women in here -- they're not big on moms and kids being apart. The state does it. That's bad enough. But when someone does it, say, a mother who knows better, but has her own selfish reasons --

Krystal: They don't know the first thing about me or my reasons.

Inmate: They know plenty.

Krystal: Ok. All right. I can see you don't want me to pledge your little group, but you know what? I was never much of a joiner. I'll survive.

Inmate: Maybe. That's up to them.

Krystal: Like I haven't heard that before? What did he promise you? Huh? Cigarette money? Cake with a silver file in it? Here's a tip -- J.R. Chandler never made a promise he didn't break. I got to hand it to Junior, though. He couldn't stick it to me from the outside, so he found a way to get to me on the inside -- just 10 years with the Chandler-ettes.

J.R.: "The custodian formerly known as Doc." I like that one. You can have your own symbol. What the heck. How about this one?

David: You keep shoving that thing in my face, I'm going to shove it right back.

Joe: J.R., let the man do his work.

Adam: Oh, this -- this is too good.

Palmer: And it's horrible.

Adam: The mighty doctor paying his debt to society with a mop and a bucket. It's priceless. Don't tell me you don't love this.

Palmer: Oh, yes, I do. I do love it. I just wish I had thought of it first.

Joe: David. J.R., to get back to our topic -- as you know, the board has approved plans for the new pediatric cardiac unit.

Adam: In honor of young Adam Chandler, III.

Joe: Indeed, indeed. But there are extensive staff and equipment needs that have to be addressed.

[Pager beeps]

Joe: Oh, excuse me. I'm sorry, I have to go take this. I'll be right back.

Palmer: Well, it's well done, J.R. Yes, it's a fitting tribute to a child that we all thought was dead.

J.R.: Yeah.

Adam: Not Hayward. He knew the child wasn't dead.

J.R.: This place is in need of some good PR. Hayward single-handedly ruined PVH's reputation.

Palmer: That charge -- misuse of a corpse? Disgusting.

J.R.: That's not a doctor. That's a killer. It's a criminal. The dregs of humanity.

David: Aren't you forgetting something, J.R.? I saved lives. In fact, I saved your mother's.

J.R.: Tell me something, doc -- who's going to save yours?

Adam: Davey? You missed a spot.

Mary: It's horrible. Predictable, but horrible.

Greenlee: Because brothers poison each other's wives all the time.

Mary: Brothers from a certain social class, yes.

Greenlee: If I translate that, I might have to slap you.

Mary: Greenlee, you know I've always had concerns about Ryan's blue-collar background.

Greenlee: Which is why you practically pimped me out to him. "Sleep with him, Greenlee. Go get your man."

Mary: Well, you were clearly in love. I wanted you to be happy.

Greenlee: You wanted me wealthier.

Mary: Well, it's over now and it's time to move on. Have you ever known a love affair that lasted, hearts and flowers forever? The only thing a woman can do is enjoy the love while it lasts, and then when it ends she has to protect herself -- financially speaking.

Greenlee: Someone wants us dead, and you're worried about my trust fund?

Mary: Alive, alone, and penniless is no fun. Trust me, I know.

Greenlee: So I'm better off dead, as long as my trust fund goes to you?

Mary: I don't want you dead. I want you happy and wealthy while you're young enough to still find another husband.

Greenlee: I have a husband.

Mary: Yeah, with a set of crazy in-laws. Who knows what they're going to do to hurt you next.

Greenlee: No, Braden will never hurt me or anyone else again.

Mary: And now you know how to tell the future?

Greenlee: No, I know my husband. He's closing in on Braden as we speak.

Jonathan: Listen, if you know how to get to Braden, you have to tell me and let me do this alone.

Ryan: No, not this time, Jonathan.

Jonathan: You can't shut me out of this.

Ryan: You've known what Braden's been up to for the last few months, and Greenlee and I are lucky to be walking and talking right now.

Jonathan: Ryan, I get all the blame on this, but not now, ok? You can't do this alone.

Ryan: Oh, I can and I will, actually, so what I want you to do is I want you to stay here and I want you to do nothing. Stay here, do nothing, don't talk to anybody, don't do anything until you hear from me.

Jonathan: No, that's not enough. You have to tell me what you're going to do.

Ryan: I'm going to take care of it. Lock the door.

Adam: Yeah, Hayward's replacement will bring talent and credibility back to this institution. He's gifted, he's brilliant, and ethical.

Palmer: Hmm.

Adam: Won't catch him mopping floors to pay community service.

Palmer: The indignity, the humiliation.

Adam: I wouldn't wish that on my worst enemy.

Palmer: That's a good one. Well, it's a fitting tribute -- yes, it is -- to Adam Chandler, III. Of course, that name is a shame. But -- well, at least he'll be out of the clutches of those Carey women.

Adam: Have no fear. As I was saying to J.R., that boy's all Chandler. No Carey in him at all.

Palmer: Hey, hey, he's also part Cortlandt, and don't you forget it. No, he can intern at Cortlandt Electronics.

Adam: No, Chandler Enterprises will be his second home. Ahem. We should have it back by then.

David: You useless fossils. You think you can cram your oversized egos into him, make him what you wish to God you could ever be?

Adam: Did you say something to me?

Palmer: What? Oh, no, no, no, no. Not at all. Now, I was saying --

David: Yeah, well, hear this. There's no way in hell I will let you grind my grandson into tiny versions of you. Now, Adam, you would be wise to remember that near stroke I gave you a few years ago. Now, if you honestly believe that I can't manage something even better for the ego twins, well, go ahead and push me, gentlemen. Go after that boy. But remember this. I know how to save lives, which means I also know how to end them.

Inmate: So you think somebody from the outside turned them against you?

Krystal: Yeah. So why don't you give those ladies a heads-up, because J.R. is not going to get them out of jail. He's not going to buy them SUVs when they make their parole, so they might as well stop counting the money they think he's going to give him and get themselves a new hobby.

Inmate: You're the new hobby, and Chandler's got nothing to do with it. There's not much else to do here but read the papers, watch the news. I bet they remember it even better than you do -- exactly when you knew that baby wasn't your daughter's, how you kept that secret from Erica Kane's daughter, how Bianca set up a women's center in memory of her lost child? Oh. You think that kind of stuff just goes straight over their heads.

Krystal: All right, I get it, they hate me. And they're all in here because their checks to charity bounced.

Inmate: The Miranda Center -- daycare, job training, head start, legal aid -- that's the kind of place that keeps these women out of here and the difference between raising their kids or getting their snapshots taken twice a year.

Krystal: Do I judge them? Huh? Do I get in their business?

Inmate: Like it works that way. Bianca Montgomery is their hero. And you're this nasty piece of nothing that needs to know what she did every day.

Krystal: If they know so much about all the news, then how come they skipped the fact that I know what I did? I pled guilty.

Inmate: It's going to be a long 10 years.

Guard: Carey, visitor.

Krystal: I thought you said my visiting hours were over.

Guard: This one's got some pull with the warden. You want to see him or not?

Krystal: Who is it?

Tad: Hey.

Krystal: Hey.

Tad: Um -- I hope you don't mind. I thought that Babe should be the first person to visit.

Krystal: Yeah. She's doing great, isn't she? I mean, really, thanks to Jamie. You've done a great job with that boy.

Tad: Krystal --

Krystal: And you know I know they don't make greeting cards for this situation, so I just -- I want to thank you for helping out my girl while I'm here at Camp Cupcake.

Tad: Krystal --

Krystal: Tad --

Tad: What the hell's really going on in here?

Babe: And you think you can just sit on me until my mood passes? Oh, like I'm going to forget my mama needs me?

Jamie: You jump bail, you go to prison.

Babe: Yeah, that's the point, now, let go of me!

Jamie: Fine. How about you call J.R., ask him if he'll bring your son by for your weekly visit. You think he's going to say yes?

Babe: Stop it.

Jamie: Krystal went to prison so you wouldn't have to. She doesn't want you there. She wants you out here so you can see your son, be in his life.

Babe: You're right. She did this for me. There has to be something that I can do for her. I will not fall apart, and I will not go out and do stupid things without thinking.

Jamie: Thank you -- from me and your mom. And your son.

Babe: I do that and I land in jail, J.R. gets exactly what he wants -- just more in between me and my boy. We can't let that happen, now, can we?

J.R.: Hello? Is anyone here?

Jamie: Hey, my first customer. Up here.

J.R.: Hey, thank you. I had a flat right outside �

Greenlee: Out.

Mary: I'm not going to leave while you're in danger.

Greenlee: Mother, I was poisoned into insanity months ago. You stick around, I'll go wacko the natural way.

Mary: You traitor. You let your brother poison my daughter and toy with her mind. Were you in on it? Did you hold the glass while he stirred in the crazy powder?

Ryan: What is she doing here?

Mary: You wanted her insane so you could stick her in an asylum and control her estate.

Greenlee: Mother, that's enough. Shut up!

Mary: You drove a wedge between me and Greenlee so you wouldn't want anybody to know. Well, I know, and I'm not going to let you hurt her again. To think that I advised my daughter to reel you in.

Ryan: Yeah, thank you for that, by the way.

Greenlee: Out!

Mary: Greenlee --

Greenlee: Out!

Mary: No. No.

Greenlee: Out!

Mary: You need my help! I'm not going to let him do that --

Greenlee: Out!

Mary: That was a very good thing for you to do!

Greenlee: Sorry. But you knew she was my mother when you married me.

Ryan: True enough.

Greenlee: What happened?

Ryan: Well, that's kind of a long story, but it was pretty much a blowout.

Greenlee: Well, did you see Braden at all?

Ryan: No. He's too good.

Greenlee: Which means he's dangerous. You won't give up. You're going to try again.

Ryan: Well, he hurt you, and he's still out there, so --

Greenlee: Well, this time you'll have a better plan and lots of back-up. Oh, my God. You're going to go after Braden alone. I still don't get it. Braden really knows how to crank up the creep factor. "You betrayed me." How did Jonathan take it?

Ryan: He was freaked out. He wanted to fix everything himself.

Greenlee: Because he's been such a big help so far. There's no point in me asking why this is happening, right? It just is.

Ryan: Greenlee, if you want to lay into me, if you want to let off some steam, please go, let it out.

Greenlee: You have to do it alone. That's how it has to be.

Ryan: Is this the calm before the storm?

Greenlee: No. This is me really, really, really trying to be a grownup here. Don't get me wrong. I want you here safe -- or in France or Italy or anywhere where this doesn't exist -- but, surprise. This isn't about what I want.

Ryan: Who are you and what did you do with my wife?

Greenlee: Well, believe it or not, you have my mother to thank. I don't want to be her -- selfish and self-centered. You deserve better than that.

Ryan: I just want you, Greenlee. That's all I ever want.

Greenlee: Well, this is me inside, begging you not to take this risk. But that's just a part of me. The other part of me knows that you're a brave, strong, good man, and you can't let your brother do this to us and to himself. You have to stop him, no matter what it takes, no matter -- I love you for your courage, Ryan. Go find Braden. Find him and stop him.

Adam: Tell me, Hayward, just how do you plan to wreak your vengeance? You just going to mummify us in toilet paper, perhaps?

Palmer: A duel at dawn, squeegees at 20 paces?

David: That's very funny, very funny.

Joe: All right, David, ignore them. You better clean up that mess before someone gets hurt.

Helen: Dr. Hayward. Thank God. Stan's downstairs.

David: What -- what happened?

Helen: He arrested again. Please, come now.

David: All right, has he stayed on his meds?

Joe: David -- Dr. Hayward is no longer on staff, I'm sorry.

Helen: I don't understand. He's right here.

Adam: Hayward's lost his license to practice medicine. Can't treat a gerbil. But if you have a bathroom you want cleaned, there's your man.

David: Helen, I'm sorry, but I -- I can't step in.

Helen: You're his doctor.

David: I know, but he'll get the best possible care. I promise you.

Joe: That's entirely true. Ma'am, please come with me, and I'll explain to you that --

Adam: This is a serious blow for Hayward.

Palmer: Stan or the puddle?

Adam: The puddle he can do something about, but -- well, better get back to work, Hayward.

Krystal: Well, I -- I don't give it five stars, but I've stayed in worse. You know, they don't give me those little shampoo bottles and there's no room service, but -- actually, they give you a lot more food than they do in those chichi spas, and you know how much I like to eat.

Tad: Yeah, ok. I get it. Babe was right. You got sassy down pat, so I tell you what -- let's try honest. What's going on?

Krystal: All right, Tad, you're right. It's not a spa at all, ok? It's called prison, and if it were all fun and games, then nobody'd be trying to stay out, would they?

Tad: So how bad is it? What are they doing to you?

Krystal: What, my fan club? Well, they're just rewarding me for being a baby-napper. And I can't exactly say I didn't do it because I pled guilty.

Tad: So how exactly did they reward you? What did they do?

Krystal: Listen, it's very hard to pull off sassy once I've spilled all the gory details, Tad.

Tad: Krystal, come on. If there's some way I can help you, you --

Krystal: What can you do, Tad?

Tad: You have to let me try.

Krystal: Listen. Thank you for meaning that, Tad. But you can't fix this one. You can't make these people look at me like I'm not scum, because I am.

Tad: Don't say that. Don't you dare say that to me. You know it's not true.

Krystal: This is what you get for doing a bad thing to a good person. And you coming in here and trying to make things nice for me -- I'm sorry, you just might make it worse.

Tad: You don't know that. Look, I'll be the first person to admit I can't take on the entire correctional system, but I can give it a shot. I can at least take a shot on making things better for you here now.

Krystal: Tad, this is my life, all right? I wake up here and I go to sleep here, every second, right here. And so all I got to do is get through this. I got to put my head down and I got to get through one day and then I got to get through the next day the best I can, on my own. Now, you coming here and you feeling sorry for me -- I don't need that, all right? I don't need it. I appreciate you coming and visiting me, but please, don't come back.

J.R.: Well. I'm glad Babe finally found a place to make her feel at home.

Jamie: Hurry up and gloat, J.R. What'd you come to say? That you bought the auto shop out from under us? You came to fire me and evict us in person?

J.R.: You live and work here? Wow, this just gets better. First, David today, and now you. Good times, little man. It's the little things that matter, you know?

Babe: J.R., don't do that, not in front of the baby. Please don't teach him to be mean.

J.R.: I'm sorry, forgive my manners. Thank you. Thank you both. It's like you sunk as low as you possibly could just to bring a smile to my face.

Babe: Can I, just for a second?

J.R.: What?

Babe: Can I hold him?

J.R.: Oh, Babe. I'd love to, really. But we can't violate the visitation rules, can we? It's not your turn with little Adam. But you got a free look. Oh, no, no, no. There's no need to thank me.

Jamie: You know what, J.R.? You're right here. Let her hold her son.

Babe: Wait, who are you calling?

J.R.: The police. Jamie's trying to steal my son again.

Jamie: You're in our home, J.R. Not even you can spin this to the cops.

J.R.: I'll protect my own son. You just keep your distance.

Babe: It's good to see you, baby.

J.R.: Can't say it, can you? "Little Adam"? That's his name. Get used to it.

Babe: We get to come see you on your birthday. I bet you didn't know that, little Adam. And I'm warning you, J.R., no tricks and no games. I can go to the judge just as easily as you can.

J.R.: And I'm sure she'd be real pleased to see you.

[Little Adam squeals]

Babe: That's his "feed me" squeal. I would recognize it anywhere, and guess what I have -- I have your favorite!

J.R.: Refined sugar and processed flour -- that's his favorite? Not anymore.

Jamie: Chocolate chips, no nuts.

Babe: I would never give the baby chocolate. It was just --

Jamie: Not him. Us. Dixie used to have a truckload waiting for us -- chocolate chip cookies with no nuts -- you know, for her "best boys," she'd say.

J.R.: Wow. Glad to see someone grew up and moved on.

Jamie: Yeah. Good job, J.R. Her best boy grew up to torture, gloat, bash in my head, oh -- keep a little boy away from his own mother. Your mom lived through that with Adam. Do you think Dixie's in heaven, proud of you now?

Tad: I get it. You're in here, I'm out there. Is this the part where you push me away?

Krystal: I can't push you away any farther than you already are, Tad. 10 feet or a million miles -- it's all the same when you're on that side of those gates. 10 years -- 10 years, Tad. Think about that. And that look on your face is not making things better. I got one job here, all right, and that's to get through this in one piece, and you've got one job, and that is to take care of those kids.

Tad: And myself. And now you're going to tell me that I should just forget about you and move on, right?

Krystal: If you know it, why make me say it?

Tad: Because I don't. I'm stupid. Explain it to me. Explain how you're supposed to get through something like this on your own.

Krystal: Because I can't do it with you. And you can't move on with me either. Tad, some of the times we had were amazing. I mean, the tricks, the cons, the making love for fun and then making love for real. I've had some really great times in my life, but those are some of the best, especially before I started cranking out all those mistakes and turning everything to dirt, but you looked past that. You looked past that, and you gave me a night before I had to come here that I will never forget. I will always, always remember that, Tad. I will always appreciate it, and I'll never forget you. But that part's over, and now we move on.

Tad: Well. I guess that's my problem. The moving-on thing's never been my strong suit. You should know that better than anybody. That's where I was when we met. Actually, I was busy, but I wasn't moving on.

Krystal: That's because you lost Dixie. And she was somebody -- she was somebody worth not moving on for. I'm not.

Ryan: Thank you for getting it.

Greenlee: Hmm, I love and support you with all my heart.

Ryan: I love you.

Greenlee: It's part of my master plan, actually -- a selfish bid to get what I want.

Ryan: Oh, really? And so am I a part of this master plan?

Greenlee: Oh, you have a starring role. You and me, together always. We'll grow older and more fabulous every year. We have a big house, big dog, bunch of kids yipping like little puppies in the family room.

Ryan: So, now, you -- this soul of understanding --

Greenlee: Oh, you may well owe me for the rest of your natural life, and I will make you pay up. You are going to owe me, and you're going to make every wish a reality, or else.

Ryan: You know what? This is such a relief, because the whole, like, self-sacrifice thing was kind of freaking me out a little bit.

Greenlee: Mm-hmm.

Ryan: The sweet Greenlee is nice, but --

Greenlee: Oh, you don't want to take her to St. Bart's and do naughty things to her. Write that down on the list. St. Bart's is what you owe me, too.

Ryan: Hello, topless beach.

Greenlee: Do what you have to do. Come back to me.

Ryan: Yes, ma'am.

Greenlee: You know how mad I'll be if you get yourself killed?

Ryan: I'll always come back to you, Greenlee. Always.

Tad: Krystal, this is about you and me, not Dixie.

Krystal: She's as much a part of you as your smart mouth and your big heart.

Tad: So is her loss, and now so are you, and you're not going to knock me off the trail by mentioning her name. This is about you and me. And as much as I appreciate the sentiment, I'm a grown man and I'm used to making my own decisions.

Krystal: I know, just listen to me and believe what I say. I wouldn't trade what we had for the world. So you can walk away and you cannot feel guilty, not feel like you owe me anything.

Tad: Just like that? Just walk away?

Krystal: That's generally the way it's done, Tad. You know, life has a rule -- one forever love per person, if you're lucky. You had Dixie, and I -- I thank her for helping make you the man that you are. Goodbye.

Inmate: Tad.

J.R.: I just funded new pediatric facilities in honor of Adam Chandler, III. It's actually been quite a big day for the little guy, hasn't it?

Jamie: Just what every little boy needs -- a hospital wing. Of course, it'll come in a lot more handy than the university music wing at the park.

J.R.: Yeah, you're right, Jamie. It's not a swank new pad on top of an old auto shop, but to answer your question -- yeah. It's a pretty good bet that Mom would be proud of me. Don't forget to invite me to the housewarming.

[Leaving the garage, J.R. talks to his son.]

J.R.: Dixie would be proud of your daddy. I know that. [Singing] You are my sunshine my only sunshine. You make me happy when skies are gray �

Inmate: You'll never know dear, how much I love you. Please don't take my sunshine away.

Jonathan: "Kiss our brother good-bye, Jonathan. Ryan's dead."

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

Kendall: Why are you going off on her?

Erica: Because she let Ryan just walk into danger.

Braden: I'm disappointed in you.

Ryan: Look, I'm not thrilled with you, either, Braden.

Ethan to Zach: Maria buries her husband today, a hero. So what do you have now?

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