All My Children Transcript Friday 6/24/05
Proofread by Gisele
Greenlee: Out with it, Kendall. You're trying again to tell me that he's seeing someone else?
Kendall: If only.
Simone: Wait, wait -- there's something I don't know?
Greenlee: How about the truth this time?
Kendall: You're not going to like it.
Greenlee: Now what's your story? He's visiting some whorehouse? Sex parties?
Kendall: I wish it were that simple.
Babe: Does someone want to fill me in on what's going on here? What did I miss? Hello, anyone?
Jamie: Amanda's ready to find herself a new place to live.
[Cell door closes]
Krystal: Huh. Dr. Hayward. I wasn't expecting you till tomorrow.
David: I was concerned.
Krystal: Seems so.
David: Your phone call sounded like it was an emergency.
Krystal: Yeah, yeah. If you'd gotten here any sooner, you'd have caught up with yesterday.
David: I talked them in to letting me see you tonight.
Krystal: Oh. Well, I am honored that I rate so highly. But then again, you, you have used that excuse to get here before.
David: Oh, I don't make house calls for just anyone.
Krystal: But that's how you got to see my old friend Di, right? Huh, Di. That's funny, you add on an X-I-E, you got Dixie.
Di: J.R., please. We haven't come this far to lose each other now, have we?
J.R.: He knew? Look, you trusted him? You turned to him?
Di: I'm not proud of what I've done.
J.R.: How? How could you choose Hayward over us?
Tad: What? Run that by me again.
J.R.: She called Hayward after the accident. He's known the whole time. She called him and let us think that she was dead.
Kendall: This thing with Ryan, it's not what you think.
Greenlee: Who are you to tell me what to think?
Kendall: It's not the heat, Greenlee. He didn't go out for a ride. Ryan went to --
Greenlee: No. I don't want to hear it.
Kendall: You just told me you wanted the truth.
Greenlee: Because you sucked me into Kendall world for a minute. I'm not going back there. I have no more intentions of testing him, no more secret plans, no more hiding behind bars, no more checking up on him. I'm done.
Simone: No, wait, wait. Maybe you ought to hear the girl out.
Greenlee: Why, so I can turn into her and never trust the man I love again?
Kendall: No, this is a fate worse than me, Greenlee.
Ethan: Listen, if Ryan is in trouble, I want to help.
Kendall: All right, great. Ok, go back to your little game and put your foot on her head. I got this one. Come on, please?
Greenlee: There's nothing you can say to change my mind.
Kendall: Is that your answer to everything?
Greenlee: I'm not stupid enough to trust what you have to say, not again.
Kendall: All right, well, then, just answer me one question -- is your baby factory open for business?
Greenlee: David is checking the DNA to find out which sample is Ryan's.
Kendall: Ok, well, then, you have to know what's going on before you go through with this.
Greenlee: I know what's best for my family.
Kendall: Listen to me, Greenlee, ok, listen. This whole test-tube thing -- this was my fault, because I didn't tell you something else about Ryan, and by the time I told you, it was too late. I'm not going to do that to you again.
Greenlee: Haven't you done enough damage?
Kendall: Yes, I admit we do have enough baggage to buy an extra seat on a plane. But do you honestly think I'm trying to hurt you right now?
Greenlee: He wouldn't. Have I lost him? For real?
Kendall: Ryan's in for a world of hurt, and you might be the only one who can get him out of it.
David: Let me check your BP.
Krystal: Yeah, I bet it's racing today. So, tell me about Dixie.
David: Everyone's blown away.
Krystal: Yeah, I can imagine.
David: Her miraculous return has the town reeling.
Krystal: Well, it's not every day that somebody comes back from the dead.
David: Hmm. You'd be surprised.
Krystal: Hmm? Is she for real?
David: She has to be. Her fingerprints are a match.
Krystal: Oh. Any DNA tests yet?
David: None that I've heard of, although I'm sure that Adam will want some.
Krystal: Oh, yeah, I bet he will. Well, just keep an eye on him. You know, you don't want Adam messing with those DNA test results.
David: Hmm. Yep. We know where that could lead.
David: Everything's fine here.
Krystal: So, how did Dixie explain all that prison stuff?
David: I'm not really sure where you're going there.
Krystal: Why do you think I called you? I told you I saw Dixie.
[Krystal pulls out the photo Babe had given her of Little Adam and his nanny and shows it to David.]
Krystal: Now, if that ain't our old friend Di Kirby, then I'm a frigging full-fledged MD.
Di: I didn't see the point in telling you about David.
Tad: Is it true?
J.R.: Yeah, while we were suffering, Hayward was taking a little trip off to Europe.
Tad: I'd rather hear it from her.
Di: Yes. It's true.
J.R.: You know, I mean, how could you do this to us? After everything Hayward did to break up our family, how?
Di: J.R., you were too young to know what was really going on between David and me back then.
J.R.: No, I knew enough.
Di: David wasn't the only one having that affair. I wasn't a victim. I was a willing player. Right, Tad? Don't you -- don't you dare look at me like that, Tad Martin.
Tad: I'm not sure how I'm supposed to look at you.
Di: Why? Why? Because I'm not the Dixie you remember? I'm not the "wish upon a star, together forever" woman of your dreams?
Tad: No, that's true, because the Dixie I remember would never do something like that to her own son.
Di: Well, if you're looking for the perfect mother, you remember the one that could kiss away your hurts and make your life all sunshine? I'm not her.
J.R.: Yeah, by the way, what happened to her?
Di: That picture of perfection never existed. Now, you broke my heart, Tad, over and over, and I broke yours. No matter how many wonderful never-ending nights we spent in each other's arms, there were nights that I was lying in someone else's, and you were, too.
J.R.: We got you to thank for that.
Di: No. You want to keep blaming Tad for my affair with David. J.R., you're old enough to realize that I was right along there with him. You guys always forget that I am human, and I've made my share of ugly, hurtful mistakes. I'm no better or worse than either one of you.
Babe: Why are you looking for a new place?
Amanda: Uh --
Jamie: There's not enough room here for the three of us.
Babe: Then where are you going to go, because it's not going be back to J.R.ís.
Jamie: Amanda and I are just owning up. This place is too small for her to keep shacking here. She'll find a new place to live in the morning.
Babe: It's no smaller than when I left this morning. What's the rush?
Jamie: It's just that we agreed --
Amanda: No, Jamie. I'm -- I'm going to tell Babe the real reason you want me out.
Greenlee: It's not possible. Who does that?
Kendall: Ryan, apparently.
Simone: And I thought it was bad when he was cheating.
Kendall: Greenlee, I'm sorry, but this is the God's honest truth.
Greenlee: No, you know what? You're wrong. Places like that don't exist.
Ethan: Yes, they do. I had an old schoolmate of mine who got involved in that scene. He almost died.
Greenlee: No one asked you. Who told you?
Greenlee: Zach? You expect me to believe anything that that --
Kendall: Ok, Greenlee, listen, Greenlee, we have to stop this, ok? Stop denying it.
Ethan: I'll go find him.
Greenlee: No. It doesn't make sense.
Simone: Think about it. He's hiding something. I saw him go there.
Kendall: You have to find a way to make him stop.
Greenlee: I won't believe it until I see it for myself. What's the address?
Kendall: 12 River Drive, but you're not going without me.
Simone: Or me. You can bet your sweet aspirin we're going.
Ethan: If it is anything close to the place I heard about back home, none of you should be going at all.
Kendall: No one's going to stop us from helping Ryan.
Simone: Yeah, we're all over this one.
Ethan: Not without some protection, you're not.
Greenlee: No, I don't give a damn what you do, Ethan. I mean, you two are my friends, dysfunctional though we may be. If what you say is true, then, yeah, I want you with me.
Amanda: Jamie, I hope you are not taking this as seriously as you look.
Babe: Does somebody want to fill me in here?
Jamie: What's so funny?
Amanda: This little misunderstanding, I hope. Oh. Jamie was helping me study for an anatomy test. The guy is brilliant, knows more than Gray's proofreader. Anyway, I was being a little crazy asking about the sexier parts of the body, and he thought I was hitting on him. I am totally embarrassed that he actually believed I'd be such trash, but I probably deserve it. I mean, I do have a pretty warped sense of humor. I probably get it from my mom. It takes a little time to get my jokes. Oh. I feel like I have misbehaved in Sunday school. I need to be spanked. Oh, God! There I go again -- a joke, I swear!
Babe: I'm sure Jamie didn't take it that seriously.
Amanda: Oh. Well, anyway, I deserve to do the dishes every day for a week.
Babe: I'm actually kind of sad that I missed all the entertainment.
Jamie: You didn't miss much.
Amanda: Hey, maybe I should leave. I mean, I'm totally down with the fact that the three of us are living in a place so small. I mean, my bedroom is the kitchen.
Jamie: You know, whatever happened, you know Babe and I are tight enough that no one's getting between us.
Amanda: Exactly why I thought it was safe to play around with you. I didn't mean to hit a sore spot, honest.
Babe: Come on, Jamie. You can't honestly think that Amanda was trying to call you on the booty phone.
Amanda: Ring, ring! Kidding! No worries, you guys, really. Jamie, I'm sorry. Ok. I'm off to the libes to study, give you two some alone time, and whatever you decide is cool. I don't want to start any drama.
Babe: We'll figure it out.
Amanda: You guys have been great. Thanks. All right. I'm off like a prom dress.
Jamie: All right, I know she's our friend, but I also know what went down. She has to go.
Di: Can you even remember who I was, really?
J.R.: Oh, come on. Like we're supposed to forget?
Di: Well, this is why things went south in the first place -- not because I did the wrong things, but because you were incapable of believing that I could actually do them. I mean, you put me up on this pedestal, and instead of forgiving me when I jumped off the damn thing myself, you have to find someone to accuse of smashing it.
Tad: Ok, so how are we supposed to react? We're still trying to recover from the smack in the face that you've been alive this entire time, and we weren't allowed to know about it.
J.R.: And one more blow to the head -- you did tell someone, the one man who destroyed our whole family.
Di: No, David will never be in line for a halo, but he saved me more than once.
J.R.: So that makes it ok to abandon your son and trust that jerk?
Di: I'm not defending that I stayed away or came back the way I did. I -- I had my reasons, my reasons.
Tad: Reasons that obviously don't include us.
Di: I was doing the best I could. When I came back, I came back to be me, not this sugar-frosted angel you remember me as.
J.R.: So you came back to break our hearts?
Di: No. But maybe something good has come out of all this.
Tad: I find that hard to believe.
Di: Look at you two, side by side. I've actually got you two using the word "us." Did you ever think that would happen? Maybe that was all that was meant to happen by me coming back here -- bringing you two closer. God knows it'd be a miracle in itself.
Krystal: That is Di Kirby, the con that helped me out in here.
David: The same one that got those thugs to lay off you?
Krystal: Yeah. You remember you made it a point one night to thank her for being so nice to me?
David: Hmm. You know something? You're right. She really does look like her.
Krystal: It is her.
David: So what was she in for?
Krystal: Well, she didn't tell me, or anybody else. But just think about it. Di Kirby, the jailbird, becomes Diana Cole, the nanny, who's actually Dixie Cooney Martin.
David: Wow. I don't know. Krystal, that seems like quite a stretch.
Krystal: Well, I don't know, not if somebody helped her. Anyway, I was able to connect the dots.
David: All right. And what was Dixie in here for?
Krystal: I don't know. But you said yourself that she reminded you of somebody.
David: You're right. I did.
Krystal: Yeah. I think your old friend Dixie must have been in some kind of trouble.
David: I don't know, Krystal. Doesn't seem to make any sense.
Krystal: Hmm. You know what? You remind me of somebody, too.
David: And who's that?
Krystal: Oh, an old Native American friend of mine called Walking Eagle.
David: Excuse me?
Krystal: That's a bird so full of crap that he can't even fly. You are a dirty, lying slimebag! That woman is no more Dixie than I am.
Jamie: This place is a shoebox. You don't put three shoes in a shoebox. Amanda has to go.
Babe: We knew it was temporary, but where is she supposed to go, back to J.R.ís? We can't do that to her.
Jamie: She's a big girl. She'll find something that works. Right now we need to do what works for us.
Babe: Did she really cross the line?
Jamie: Oh, well, let's just say if this thing were the line, she jumped clear over it.
Babe: But she's not stupid. Why would she do something like that? She knows exactly, exactly how we are.
Jamie: Girls jump guys with girlfriends all the time.
Babe: And you're sure there's not a chance that maybe you read into it more?
Jamie: Ok, maybe a small, mini-me-sized chance, but it felt like the real deal. And it still doesn't change the math. Three is definitely a crowd here.
Babe: Well, we can't just throw her out to the wolves.
Jamie: Oh, trust me, I'd be a little more worried for the wolves.
Babe: Jamie, you aren't -- you weren't really thinking about it, were you?
Amanda: Want some company?
Aidan: Hey, Amanda. You know, you should be careful not to drown in the sink tonight. I'm right in the middle of something and won't have time to give you mouth-to-mouth.
Amanda: Oh, give it some time. The night's still young. Excuse me. I'll have whatever he's drinking.
Aidan: I hate to disappoint you, but it's only a soda water.
Amanda: Oh, you'd never disappoint me. And who says I need booze to party?
Aidan: I really need you to leave me alone right now.
Amanda: Oh. You're working on a case right now. Gotcha. Ok. Don't tell me any more. Let's see -- oh. Easy one. It's the young guy at the bar with the really ugly jacket. You're waiting to catch him cheat on his wife -- poor thing. And you're waiting to snap his picture with the little camera you have hidden in your lap.
Aidan: How did you know it was him?
Amanda: What can I tell you? I'm good. You just have to pay attention. You see, he's rubbing his left ring finger, a habit some people have of playing with their wedding ring which, hmm, for some reason he's taken off for the night.
Aidan: Clever girl. How did you guess about the camera?
Amanda: Your hand hasn't moved from your lap since I spotted you -- either that or you're lonelier than I thought.
Aidan: You win.
Amanda: So is this guy really a player who's cheating on his wife?
Aidan: Yep, and he's been doing it for months now. Problem is the other woman left him before I could get the goods his wife was looking for. You know, this guy comes in every night looking for a new girl to take home?
Amanda: Oh, so you're just following him around waiting for him to find tonight's lucky lady? Cool. Watch and learn.
Krystal: You are a sorry excuse for a doctor and a daddy. That woman is nobody but Di Kirby, and you two set that whole thing up.
David: Krystal, you'll understand if you just let me explain.
Krystal: I knew it. I knew you were up to something. You told me. You told me you had this big plan to help Babe, and I told you -- I told you to let it go and not stir things up, but, no, Dr. Destruction had to go and cook up some craziness.
David: Yeah? Well this craziness is going to get our daughter back her son.
Krystal: No, no. No, you just want the whole town jumping through your hoops thinking that Dixie is back from the grave. Well, praise the Lord and pass the Libidozone.
David: Hey, why not? Well, guess what -- it's working.
Krystal: Oh, yeah? What's working? Some twisted plan to get at revenge at all things Chandler and Martin? Well, take a good look at what that last plan got us.
David: No, this is totally different.
Krystal: No, no, it isn't, it isn't, and I'm going to put a stop to it.
David: Wait a minute. No, you're not.
Krystal: You are the one that deserves to be behind bars right now, David, because what you are doing to J.R. and Tad is just as cruel and just as evil as what I did to Bianca Montgomery.
J.R.: Don't even think for a second that I'm going to hug him and apologize.
Tad: I don't think your miracle's big enough.
Di: I love you both. I mean, even through all the hell I went through, I never for a minute forgot either one of you, how much you loved me. Now, you may not believe it, but that is what got me through. Just now, I remember all of your expectations, too, the ones I could never, ever live up to, and I have seen too many dark places to even try and live like that again. I won't do it. I am sorry I hurt you. I want you to take me back into your hearts, or not, because if you can't take me back as who I am -- human, flawed -- if you can't accept that, then maybe I did the right thing by staying away all these years. Maybe I should have stayed away for good for all of our sakes.
J.R.: She's wrong, you know. She wasn't like that back then.
Tad: Yes, she was. We both were.
Greenlee: This is it?
Kendall: Ok. We're with you all the way.
Greenlee: It's locked.
Simone: Yeah, well, credit card, anyone? Ethan?
Ethan: There's got to be someone inside.
Greenlee: Open the damn door!
Ethan: What the hell are you doing here?
Zach: Take them home. Take them all home.
Greenlee: Get out of my way.
Zach: You don't want to see this.
Greenlee: Maybe not. But no one's stopping me now. Whatever's going on behind those doors, I'm going to see it with my own eyes.
Simone: Yeah, we're right behind you, sweetie.
Ethan: If this had anything to do with you --
Kendall: This is going to kill her.
Zach: There's no stopping him.
Jamie: Nothing will stop me from loving you, not J.R., not Aunt Phoebe, not Amanda.
Babe: I didn't think so. But things did get kind of weird there for a minute.
Jamie: If I was tempted by Amanda at all, wouldn't you think you'd notice by now? She's not exactly hiding anything.
Babe: I never noticed, maybe because you never noticed.
Jamie: Not once.
Babe: Ok, call me crazy, and I'm sure there'd be lots of people that would raise their hands at this, but I never thought for a minute that you would cheat on me, no matter how many hotties throw themselves at you.
Jamie: Because I wouldn't, ever.
Babe: Because you're one of the good guys.
Jamie: And you know how much I love you. Beautiful, sexy.
Babe: You know, we do have the place to ourselves. Maybe we should take advantage.
Jamie: Well, I've already forgotten what we were talking about.
Amanda: Thanks again for the drink. George, right?
George: Yep, like the monkey.
Amanda: I bet you're very curious.
George: I've never seen you here before, and I would definitely remember you.
Amanda: I normally get hit on by the drunk or really obnoxious guy with a bad pickup line, like "nice dress, look really good on the floor."
George: "Was your daddy a hunter? Because he caught himself a fox."
Amanda: Oh! That's horrible. Don't tell me you busted that out.
George: "Hey, baby, I'm new in town. Can I get directions to your place?"
Amanda: Stop it! I can't take it anymore.
George: No more, I promise.
Amanda: Hey, that is a really great-looking jacket.
George: Oh. It feels like cashmere, but it's all synthetic. Go ahead, touch it. Come on, you'll love it.
Amanda: Oh, wow. Oh, that's really nice. Yeah.
[As Amanda comes on to George and they touch each other suggestively, Aidan shoots away with his little camera from a discreet distance.]
J.R.: I think Hayward took advantage of her after the accident. She was confused, and she was in all that pain. She wanted to get back to us. But he was the one person to convince her to stay away. I hate that son of a --
Tad: Yeah. You're not the only one.
J.R.: I don't think I could ever forgive her.
Tad: Forgiveness is a tricky thing. Sometimes, we can't forgive other people because they bear witness to our mistakes.
J.R.: Yeah, speak for yourself.
Tad: I am. Regardless, forgiveness doesn't erase another person's sins. It just enables us to love them in spite of their sins.
J.R.: Who are we talking about here?
Tad: I've always hoped somehow we could get back to the way we were.
J.R.: I don't think that's ever going to be possible.
Tad: I raised you as my son. Dixie always wanted me to have a place in your life.
J.R.: Yeah. And I thought she wanted a place in mine, too. I guess we were both wrong.
Tad: Well, if we can't learn to forgive each other, maybe we can learn to forgive your mom.
David: This plan is working perfectly. J.R. is convinced that Mommy has miraculously returned.
Krystal: Along with everybody else.
David: Yeah, that's right. And they are going to continue to believe that until I say otherwise.
Krystal: Oh, God, you have sunk so low, you are feeding from the bottom.
David: This is not about me, Krystal. It's about our daughter's needs.
Krystal: And meanwhile, you have opened up a dozen wounds that's just going to rip that family apart when they finally find out the truth.
David: Come off it, Krystal. What is more important to you? Our daughter finally getting her son back or Tad getting his feelings hurt?
Krystal: We are parents. We're not gods. And it's not our job to change the whole universe for her.
David: Look, all I need is a little more time. It's not going to be long before Di convinces J.R. to come over from the dark side and give our daughter joint custody.
Krystal: And I remember all the same stalls, all the same excuses that kept a real mama from her baby.
David: There is more to this plan. Soon, our Dixie will suddenly decide to return back to Europe, leaving a few teary eyes and one happy Babe. Mission accomplished.
Krystal: Nobody -- nobody is ever going to put me in that situation ever again.
David: I liked you a hell of a lot better when all you were concerned about was our daughter.
Krystal: I still am concerned about our daughter.
David: Then start acting like it and keep your damn mouth shut!
David: You're not there every day for Babe, but I am. And I'm watching J.R. get worse and worse. I see it in his eyes.
Krystal: I raised my daughter to be a fighter. But I think it's high time we start fighting fair.
David: We're not dealing with people who fight fair. All of his revenge is focused directly on her.
Krystal: I saw my daughter grow up to be a strong woman, David. She can handle J.R. Look, none of us -- none of us are jumping for joy about this. But this was a hand we were dealt, and you know what? We dealt it ourselves.
David: Babe is working her tail off, making a few measly bucks off a couple of drunks. She lives for those few precious moments that she gets to spend with our grandson each week. Now, I'm the one that sees the pain in her eyes when those few minutes are over.
Krystal: The lies have got to stop.
David: If I can keep this plan going the same golden way that it's been going thus far, all of our daughter's problems will be over.
Krystal: But it's wrong, David.
David: If you blow this plan sky high, you're going to be blowing our daughter's life up right along with it.
Babe: You know, I forgot how nice it is for us to have the place to ourselves --
Jamie: Tomorrow --
Babe: Even if it is for a little bit.
Jamie: Well, tomorrow, it'll be for good.
Babe: I also really liked having Amanda around.
Jamie: I don't really miss her.
Babe: But don't you think there's a way we could figure it out so she could stay a little while longer? At least until she has a place of her own? Pretty please?
Jamie: Are you trying to bribe me?
Babe: Will it work?
Jamie: Well, since you put it that way -- fine. She can stay, but not for long. Now, stop talking.
Babe: Hmm, hmm.
Jamie: No, no, no --
Babe: Yes. Hello. Yeah, it's me. Sure. Sure. See you soon. Guess who's taking the late shift.
Jamie: You just got home.
Babe: I know. Roy's sick, and we can use the tips.
Jamie: How long before you have to be there?
Babe: In half an hour.
Jamie: Really? So how about we put in a little of our own overtime?
Babe: I think I have another compliment in me.
Amanda: You must be a very good salesman.
George: Meet me at the hotel. I never thought I'd get this lucky. I'll order us some malt liquor.
Amanda: I hate malt liquor.
George: Ow! What was that for? I know. I'll get us some wine.
Amanda: That was for being a sleaze. You are a pig. You know, I am not going back to your hotel room so you can get lucky. You are lucky that I don't call the cops. This freak comes up to me, waves his little hotel room key, and tries to feel me up!
George: Oh, no --
Amanda: You know, you wouldn't know cashmere from a cross-stitch. Oh, please, does your act really work on any girl? You wouldn't believe the stuff that came out of this guy's mouth. I mean, for once, could someone come up with something original? Would it kill you to say something that I haven't heard before? Points for creativity, guys. Come on, work with me here!
[Cheering and yelling]
Kendall: Please, Greenlee, wait.
Simone: Oh, God, it stinks in here. It smells like cheap cigars and --
Simone: Oh, God.
[Cheers and shouts]
Greenlee: Oh, God. Oh, God.
Aidan: You didn't entrap him into doing anything, though, right?
Amanda: Mr. Malt Liquor? He's a natural born loser. Next time give me a challenge, will you?
Aidan: I'll see what I can do.
Amanda: So, now that your case is solved, you can take me out to thank me.
Aidan: Not tonight, love. I've got other plans. But please, do let me know if you need a job.
Amanda: Oh, I definitely will.
David: You obviously haven't given enough thought to this. You haven't had a chance to. Dixie can do a hell of a lot more than just get Little Adam back for Babe.
Krystal: Don't say her name as if she's actually real.
David: She can get Adam and J.R. to go to the governor and get him to commute your sentence. You can get out of this place, Krystal. And once Di leaves town, that's going to leave Little Adam missing a grandmother. And let us not forget that also leaves Tad wide open for your welcome-home party.
Krystal: Yeah, because you got Dixie to tear open his heart again?
David: Well, here's some good news for you -- Tad has already rejected Dixie. So no more ghosts for you to have to compete with. Think about it, Krystal. Think about all the benefits that my plan has to offer.
Di: Yeah. You're such a precious little guy. Oh, I want to stay. I would miss you so much. Did I find you all just to lose you again?
[J.R. enters the room and hugs Di as she's holding Little Adam.]
[Alone at the boathouse, Tad thinks.]
In a seedy smoke-filled room, Ryan is engaging in a human cock fight while all sorts of characters yell and cheer them on.]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Amanda: Do I get to stay?
Jamie: That depends on what you really want.
Kendall (to Zach): Do I try to stop my friend from getting pregnant, or do I just watch this train wreck happen?
[As Ryan slams his opponent onto the hard cold floor, Greenlee approaches.]
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