AMC Transcript Thursday 6/30/05

All My Children Transcript Thursday 6/30/05


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Aidan: Hi, Lily. What are you up to?

Lily: Well, first, I was reading about baseball to see how my boyfriend Sam and I will get to second base, and then I saw the most beautiful butterfly. And then I saw you.

Amanda: Heads up.

[Amanda tosses her little purse to J.R.]

J.R.: Thanks. But it's a little girlie for me.

Amanda: Fill her up, J.R. I'm running short on cash.

Amanda: A buck?

J.R.: Severance pay. You're fired.

Jamie: No, I won't let you do it. You are not marrying Krystal.

Tad: Now wait a minute, what do you mean, you won't let me do it? Look, if you got some reservations, I can understand that. I mean, after all, it may be a little sudden, but it's my decision.

Jamie: Sudden? Sudden? It's out of left field.

Tad: No, it's not, James. This isn't the first time I've asked Krystal to be my wife.

Jamie: It's the first time that you have since you found out Dixie was alive. I mean, talk about rebound. Things with your love life aren't going exactly as planned, so you suddenly toss a ring in Krystal's direction? I mean, come on, you just want to marry Krystal to prove something to Dixie.

Tad: No! I want to marry Krystal, because I want to marry Krystal. And I will bet you anything that when I marry Krystal, Dixie will give me her blessing.

Krystal: She's an impostor. Her name is Di Kirby, and she was a prisoner here with me.

Babe: What? No, no, my son is not being cared for by an ex-con.

Krystal: And when Di was sprung, she was hired to play Dixie.

Babe: Hired? Who would hire her?

Krystal: Your father.

David: Yeah, that's right, Krystal Carey. I need to get in there to see her as soon as possible. She still refuses to see me? All right, thank you. That's great. Just great.

[Knock on door]

David: What's this?

Di: Every cent you ever paid me. I'm not working for you a second longer, David. Our deal? It's as dead as your beloved Dixie.

Amanda: Huh. You know, you can be a real crackup when you're not being a jerk. You want to add a couple hundred to that single, so I can be on my way?

J.R.: Hmm, no. No, I don't.

Amanda: What's with you? You got hit in the head or something? We have an arrangement.

J.R.: Yeah -- I pay you wads of cash while you sit around and do nothing. Your time's up, Amanda.

Amanda: Come on, J.R. You know how persuasive I can be. Just give me some time to work my magic. I can get under Jamie’s skin and, huh, he can get all over mine.

J.R.: You had your chance. You blew it. Take it someplace else.

Amanda: You can't bail now. I have planted myself right in the middle of Babe and Jamie’s lives, and made some major sacrifices to do it. I am crashing at that dump full-time so I can work Jamie.

J.R.: Mmm. Well, that was all your idea.

Amanda: Yeah. Well, I am willing to slum it, because it gets me that much closer to results. Give me a month, six weeks max. I will pry those two apart.

J.R.: Well, actually, I'm kind of at the point where I don't really care if they break up or not. I'm thinking the best kind of revenge would be to watch them grow to hate each other and live out their miserable lives.

Amanda: You expect me to believe you'd go from Cujo to Snoopy just like that?

J.R.: Well, both dogs bite, don't they?

Amanda: It's out of nowhere, J.R. You despise Jamie and Babe. I have never seen anyone salivate revenge the way you did. So what's with the Mr. Softee act? Unless it's not an act. You're going all Mr. Nicey-nice because of your mother, aren't you? Huh. Little Miss Dixie's already broken you down.

Di: You are a sick and twisted creature.

David: I can't believe that you're still angry with me.

Di: When am I not angry with you?

David: Look, I had to tell Junior and Martin that we met up in Europe after the accident. It was the only way to save the plan.

Di: Don't act like your hand was forced, David. You loved telling that lie, pretending you were the first person Dixie contacted after the car crash. You enjoy torturing J.R. and Tad, and it's making me sick!

David: You're overreacting.

Di: No, I think the real reason why you cooked up this whole "Dixie’s alive again" scheme is to watch J.R. and Tad squirm.

David: Hey, I admit revenge can be a heck of a lot of fun, but that wasn't the goal here.

Di: Well, the fun is over. I'm not going to be party to it. No more, David.

David: All right, listen to me, and listen very carefully, Di -- I am not letting you quit. Dixie cannot disappear again, not now, not after all the hard work I've put into this.

Di: Did I say she was going to disappear? No. No, Dixie is staying. You are the one that's out of the equation. I'm playing the rest of this by myself, so you can stay away from me and J.R. and Tad and the rest of us.

David: Wait a minute. You don't tell me what to do. I tell you!

Tad: Dixie's come to realize, quite wisely, that the two of us are over. Neither of us is too excited about the idea of mailing out invitations to wedding number cuatro.

Jamie: You said that after wedding uno, dos, and tres, too.

Tad: This is different.

Jamie: You said that, too.

Tad: If you'd stop being a pain in the ass for five minutes, I could probably make a pretty good case for this.

Jamie: Oh, trust me, I'm dying to hear you make sense out of this one.

Tad: When Dixie was in Europe recovering all that time, she did a lot of thinking, and she came to realize, and she's helped me to realize that we've done this dance long enough.

Jamie: But how can you know that for sure? Your heart's still got to be bouncing off a wall right now. Has it even sunk in that Dixie is alive? You can't just write her off like that.

Tad: I'm not writing off anything. I will be the first person to admit that Dixie and I had a lot of wonderful times together. You know, we had a whole truckload of them. But sadly, that's over. She wants to move on and so do I, and that's ok.

Jamie: So Dixie’s out and Krystal's in?

Tad: No, will you stop -- what's with this attitude? You make Krystal sound like some kind of consolation prize, and she's not. That's insulting to me. She's been in my life for a long time, and I want her to stay that way. James, I love her.

Jamie: It's not the same. Admit it, you will never love Krystal the way you love Dixie.

Tad: No. I won't.

Krystal: It's a lot to digest.

Babe: Digest? I can barely even get this swallowed. Are you sure, Mama?

Krystal: Honey, I will never, ever forget her face. I spent a lot of time in here with her. There is no question.

Babe: How could he do something like this? How could he be so vicious?

Krystal: Believe it or not, honey, he did it for you.

Babe: Oh, I am having a serious case of deja vu right now. Please tell me you didn't just say that.

Krystal: He gave Di a mission as Dixie to try to dig up whatever conscience is left in J.R. to try to convince him to get over this grudge that he has against you, so that you could have more visitation with Little A.

Babe: Stop it, Mama. I can't hear anymore.

Krystal: No, I know. You have to hear it, honey. You have to hear it because it's the truth.

Babe: And the last thing I want is for more lives to be ruined because of me. Tad and Jamie and J.R. -- when they find out that Dixie’s a con, it's going to be like she died all over again.

Krystal: And I had all night to think about that. You're the first person that I told, other than David. You know, Tad was just here for a visit. And the whole time, I kept thinking, "You've got to tell him, Krystal. You have to tell him. He has a right to know about Di." And I tried.

Babe: How are you supposed to tell someone something like that? How can you take back a miracle?

Krystal: You know, he says it's over. Tad said that Dixie convinced him that there was no chance, so he's ready to start fresh. He proposed to me.

Babe: Mama, that's wonderful.

Krystal: Yeah. But the Dixie that just let him go is not the Dixie that he knew and loved, so it's all a lie. And it's all going to disappear if he finds out the truth.

Babe: Did you just say "if"?

Krystal: You know, before all this, I told myself no more selfish decisions, no more taking from others to protect my baby doll. But, Babe, I mean, the things -- the things that your daddy is saying? He promises me that Di is going to convince J.R. to give you joint custody.

Babe: Oh, my God. Mama, are you saying we should keep our mouths shut?

Krystal: I need to know, Babe. Do you think this woman can convince J.R. to share custody?

Babe: Dixie or Di or whoever this woman is -- she has a hold of J.R.’s heart.

Krystal: Imagine that. I didn't even know he had one.

Babe: That's what's so amazing about this -- that she really isn't Dixie. I mean, Daddy must've trained her really well because she's got everyone convinced. J.R. is convinced with his whole heart that this is his mother. Mama, even the way that he looks at her, there's this softness in his eyes that I haven't seen since we first met.

Krystal: Well, a gentle look in his eye is one thing, but allowing you some face time with your son? That's a whole nother ball of wax.

Babe: Yeah, but I also told you she convinced him to invite me and Tad and Jamie to the family Fourth of July picnic. Give this woman some time and she'll be able to convince him of anything.

Krystal: As long as J.R. doesn't find out the truth.

Babe: So we don't tell anyone that Dixie is really this Di person, and I get joint custody of my son, and you get to marry the man that you've been waiting your whole life for.

Krystal: Not only that, your daddy says that Dixie can work on Adam, get him to use his connections to pop me out of here early.

Babe: It's too much to hope for.

Krystal: And I'm ashamed to admit it, but I have been so tempted. I mean, I am having a hell of a time trying to figure out what to do here.

Babe: So am I, Mama. So am I.

Amanda: I know what a blow it is to a man's ego to call him a mama's boy, but I've seen you with Dixie and, trust me, she's got you wrapped around her finger.

J.R.: Think whatever you want to think, Amanda. You're still canned. But I heard that they're hiring over at BJ’s -- I mean, if you want to take a look at that.

Amanda: You know, I'll bet you that measly dollar that Mama Bear said she doesn't want Baby Bear to fight with his brother anymore. It's the real reason you're shriveling up, isn't it?

J.R.: You finished?

Amanda: You can't cut me off, J.R. You need me.

J.R.: No, you need me to pay your bills for you. But the problem is you want all the perks without any of the work.

Amanda: You're acting like I am a total slacker. I am doing everything I can.

J.R.: Yeah, which amounts to nothing! You're crazy if you think I'm going to pay you for nothing -- as crazy as your mother! Don't be stupid.

Amanda: Stupid was thinking that you were ever cool or tough, strong. Huh. You know, when I came to Pine Valley, I thought you had it going on. Successful, independent. Total package. Wow, was I off the mark. You are too scared to do anything that would upset little Mommy.

Adam: She's right. If you're not careful, your mother will cripple your life completely.

Di: I don't think you quite get it, David. We are through. Deal done. No more threats. No more.

David: You listen to me, you ungrateful turncoat, when I found you, you were fresh out of prison, your life was on the line, and you needed a place to hide fast. I rescued you with a whole new life.

Di: I haven't forgotten who I am, David. I know what sins I've committed. I know my reasons better than you for taking on this gig. My reasons are different now that I'm sticking to it.

David: Oh, yeah, right, right. You just don't want to give up the cozy pillows at the mansion.

Di: There's going to be a Fourth of July picnic, David. J.R., Jamie, Adam, Tad, Babe -- the whole family is coming together. This could be a whole new beginning.

David: Oh, I'll give you this -- you got your head in the clouds the same way Dixie had.

Di: I mean, isn't this why we got in this mess in the first place? You were convinced the power of Dixie could change their hearts. Well, it's working. I'm getting through to them, and I'm not going to drop it, I'm going to see it through. You should be happy about that.

David: All right, all right. Let's say you pull this off, ok? You reunite the whole freaking bunch of them -- which wasn't exactly the plan, but whatever. All right, so what's next? What is your big finale?

Di: I'm going to do whatever it takes to protect Tad and J.R. and the rest of them from getting hurt again.

David: Ah. There we have it. So I was right. You're falling in love with Dixie’s family. You don't want to cut off my plan, because your conscience is getting the better of you. You want to cut it off, because you don't like the way it ends. You want Dixie’s life.

Lily: So if there's a runner on first base and there's one on second and one on third and then a batter comes up and hits the ball so hard out of the park or if no one catches it, then that means it's a grand slam.

Aidan: Well, I hope Sam's planning on taking you to a game.

Lily: Maybe that's how he plans to get me to second base. But I don't think we'll be allowed on the field. Have you ever taken one of your girlfriends to second base?

Aidan: Um -- I'm not really sure how to answer that one, Lily. Is there something wrong?

Lily: No. There's another butterfly. See it? You know, you don't make the butterflies come back as much as they used to. Maybe that's because I have a new boyfriend -- Sam.

Aidan: Oh, I get it. I see how it is. You know, it's good that you like Sam and that Sam likes you, but I really think that you should tell him that you're not ready to go to second base.

Lily: Why not?

Aidan: Well, I think -- um -- I think the second base that Sam is talking about has got nothing to do with baseball. It's merely a metaphor for -- I don't know. How do I put this?

Lily: Sex?

Aidan: Yeah, exactly. How did you know?

Lily: Well, because my dad gets the same way, and you're kind of nervous. Then he says, "How do I put this?" He's talking about sex. So going to second base means Sam wants to have sex with me?

Aidan: Um -- well, it certainly means that he wants to take it to the next level. And I know you don't want to have sex before you're ready, and I would hate it for you to get hurt.

Lily: You're making the butterflies come back.

J.R.: Don't look now, Dad, but your jealousy's showing through.

Adam: So is your denial. I've watched you change since Diana/Dixie, whatever the hell her name is, came into this house.

J.R.: Did we just go back in time? Give up the custody fight. I'm a grown man. I don't belong to anyone. I decide who I want in my life, and Mom is staying.

Adam: Well, whose mom is she, J.R.? Is she yours?

J.R.: Oh, you don't give up, do you? I want my mother in my life, and you can't stand it.

Adam: I can't stand seeing you deceived.

J.R.: You can't stand losing control.

Adam: You're the one who's losing control, J.R.

J.R.: How? How? By loving my mother? I mean, for God's sake, Dad, I thought she was dead. She's back. I want to spend some time with her. At least give me that much.

Adam: If it were that simple, I would. The woman is manipulating you, J.R. And you're leaving yourself open to a lot more hurt from the people who do it best -- Jamie and Babe.

Jamie: No, I'm sorry, Dad, I can't help but to think that we wouldn't even be having this conversation if Dixie didn't come back.

Tad: Well, then thank God she did, because that gives us a chance to stop making the same mistake over and over again. You realize every time we got married, we thought that we had the answer to everything, we had a way to make it right, you know, together forever. But something always ended up screwing up. I mean, the fact is she left this country to run away from me, to run away from a relationship where there was no room for anybody to make a mistake. We always thought we had to do it perfect. because Tad and Dixie were written together in the stars. Well, you know what? There's nothing that's written in the stars. They're just a bunch of stars. We decided to stop chasing a fantasy and deal with reality, and it's about time.

Jamie: So you just move on to love of your life number two?

Tad: No, that's just it. I don't want another "love of my life." I don't want quotation marks around anything. I don't want to have to live up to a fantasy. What I do want is to be with somebody who doesn't worry about being perfect, who doesn't try to be perfect, and that doesn't expect me to be perfect. I want to be loved by someone and love her right back with plenty of imperfections, and Krystal is that someone.

Brooke: That conniving, lowlife snake.

David: Come on, Di, admit it. You want to play the role of Dixie permanently. You want to live happily ever after with J.R., Martin, and my grandson.

Di: Yeah, I do feel for Dixie’s family, despite how screwed up they are. I mean, J.R. and Jamie? They're at each other's throats, but -- but they love each other, I know they do. And Adam doesn't always make the right decisions for J.R., but he loves his son, and God knows Tad adores both of those boys. I mean, he's done everything he can to bring them closer together, and he's even run out of ideas as to what to do next.

David: So that's it. You're falling in love with Martin. He's the one that you want to save.

Di: I'm not making any moves on Tad. He's had his heart broken one too many times by Dixie.

David: So then why stick around? Why torture the guy any further?

Di: It's J.R. who needs me. I'm going to focus on him, help him find his way again, and I'm watching out for Little Adam, too. J.R. knows he needs his mother. I'm making him see that.

David: That's the most reasonable thing you've said today.

Di: And once I have Tad and J.R. reunited, I'll leave. But I'm not going to abandon J.R. I'll keep in touch, let him go on believing I'm still his mother.

David: You mean let him keep on taking care of you, right, paying your way?

Di: I won't take his money, David. J.R. can't lose his mother again. He needs her too much. I can give him what he needs.

David: So, what, what, now you think that you were handpicked by the ghost of Dixie to live out her life's work? I picked you, Di. It was all me.

Di: Well, from now on, it's going to be all me. I'm going to finish this in my own time, in my own way. And if you threaten to step up and undo any of this, I'll expose you. J.R., Jamie, Tad, Adam? If they knew you planted a fake Dixie, oh, they would tear you to shreds. And Babe, whatever was left of you, she would hate, and I know how much that girl means to you, so I suggest that you back off.

David: Hmm. That was a nice speech. Very believable. Unfortunately, you can't afford to lose me, Di.

Di: Hmm.

David: Not now.

Di: Huh.

David: I am the only one who can control Krystal.

Di: What does she got to do with any of this?

David: Now that she knows that her good old prison buddy Di is playing the role of Dixie Martin, lots.

Krystal: I can't do it, Babe. I cannot withhold this truth. It's just not right. I have to tell Tad.

Babe: That his long-lost love was just doing KP in the slammer a few months back?

Krystal: I know, I know, it's going to hit him like a bag of bricks, but it's got to be done. Honey, I know -- I know what this is costing you. Please, please just tell me that you understand.

Babe: Of course I understand, Mama. I'm with you all the way.

Di: Krystal knows? This cannot be happening.

David: Yep. Things look a little different behind that eight ball now, don't they?

Di: Well, she's got to keep quiet, for J.R. and Tad's sake.

David: To hell with J.R. and Tad. I need her to keep quiet for Babe.

Di: Ok, mastermind, what are you going to do? How are you going to keep Krystal from blowing all of this out of the water?

David: I've been trying to get in to see her, at least talk to her on the phone.

Di: Well, don't wait for an invitation. Just show up. They know you're a regular visitor.

David: Krystal doesn't want anything to do with me. She's cut me off completely, at least for now.

Di: Oh, great. Great, that's perfect. So tell me why again I can't afford to lose you?

David: As angry as Krystal is right now, she is thinking about every word that we spoke about, I have no doubt in my mind. That woman would do anything for our daughter. And as detestable as she thinks this Dixie scam is, she also knows that it would make Babe's life a heck of a lot easier.

Di: You think she'll really keep quiet?

David: After she sits with it long enough, yeah. And then I know how to keep her in line.

Di: The word "arrogant" came into the English language the day you were born.

David: Well, there are other words that apply to me. Try these out for size -- "person in charge." I'm not letting you quit, Di. Things go back to the way they were effective immediately. Like it or not, you still need me.

Babe: I just wish everyone knew what you were giving up, and not just for me. You deserve some credit here. And maybe you can get it. Maybe I can get it for you.

Krystal: No, no, don't worry about me.

Babe: Promise me. Promise me that you'll let me handle telling the truth.

Krystal: Babe, no, no, you are hatching a plan, and I want you to stop it right now.

Babe: Mama, you have to trust me, ok? Just tell me that you won't tell anyone else about Di.

Krystal: Where are you going?

Babe: Don't worry about it. I just got to get a rush on it. Don't you stress. The truth is going to come out, but it's coming out my way.

Tad: Oh, for God's sake, why can't you just give Krystal a break?

Jamie: Tell Mom your big news, Dad.

Brooke: I caught the gist. Krystal hasn't given up? You're back to marrying that liar?

Tad: Well, the liar hasn't said yes, but I'm hoping I can bring her around to it.

Brooke: She swore to me she was pushing you away.

Tad: What? When did you talk to Krystal?

Jamie: You went to see her in prison?

Brooke: Yes. To protect you from her.

Tad: No, no, no, wait just a second. You tried to convince her to push me away?

Brooke: Uh -- I made it very clear that I thought it was a good idea.

Tad: And how exactly did you do that?

Jamie: Threaten to throw down?

Brooke: I tried to bribe her.

Jamie: Mom.

Tad: Oh, my God. You have definitely been spending too much time around Adam Chandler.

Adam: J.R., what happened to the young man who was determined to punish Jamie and Babe until they bled? Oh, I was so impressed by that young man. You really came into your own. You exuded power and control. And now you've agreed to picnic with the enemy. Why? To please Dixie. I'm not the one who's trying to get you back to 6 years of age. She wants you to be her little boy again, powerless, defenseless, to turn the other cheek. All that's going to get you is another good, hard slap in the face.

J.R.: Stop. Stop trying to get to me, Dad.

Adam: Dixie is the one who's determined to get what she wants. She would love for the last three years to disappear, to deny the bond that we formed.

J.R.: She doesn't want to take me away from you. She just wants everyone to get along.

Adam: Come on, this isn't "Romper Room"! All the little rules for playing nice-nice fly out the window when they kidnap your son and tell you he's dead. Jamie and Babe do not deserve forgiveness. They are dangerous, and that's what Dixie doesn't understand.

J.R.: You know, it's funny -- not too long ago, you asked me to ease up on the lovebirds. Why was that? Right, to help you get Colby back. I guess when it benefits you, baby-napping goes right out the window.

Adam: You know that isn't true.

J.R.: You don't want to share me with my mom? Well, I've answered your prayers. I've made a decision, one that you're not going to like.

Amanda: Hey, look who's here. Aidan. Lucky me. I have a favor to ask of you, a big one, but you stand to profit from it, I promise.

Aidan: Can you give me a few minutes?

Amanda: Afraid it can't wait. I need a job. Hire me.

Lily: No, you can't work with Aidan.

Amanda: Who's your little friend, Aidan?

Lily: I'm not little. I'm 17 years old.

Amanda: Ok.

Aidan: Amanda? You can drop the patronizing tone. Otherwise, you can make tracks.

Amanda: So why don't you think I can work with him, 17-year-old?

Lily: Do you have a PI license?

Amanda: Do I need one to work undercover?

Lily: You said you wanted to work with Aidan. That means you want to do private investigating. Aidan told me that you need a license to do actual investigating.

Aidan: That's right, Lily. That's true.

Amanda: Well, I'm sure there are things I can do for you that don't require a license.

Aidan: Yeah, I bet there are.

Lily: I know what you're doing. My life skills coach taught me this.

Amanda: Did she just say "life skills coach"?

Lily: You're flirting with Aidan.

Aidan: Right again, Lily. And flirting's not going to land you a job.

Amanda: What would?

Lily: Ok, Aidan said he doesn't want to work with you. You need to get a job somewhere else, ok?

Amanda: You're kind of weird.

Aidan: Lily, Lily, hold on. Don't leave. Amanda's the one that's leaving.

Brooke: Look, I admit my trying to bribe Krystal was low, but I felt like I needed to use extreme measures to stop her.

Jamie: Well, Mom, your extreme measures were not so different from the ones that J.R. and Aunt Phoebe tried to pull on me.

Tad: Touché.

Brooke: Maybe you're right. But at the time, I thought I was looking out after your father.

Tad: Because, obviously, you didn't think I could do that for myself.

Brooke: Hmm.

Jamie: So what happened? Krystal give in?

Brooke: No, she told me that she told Tad that they didn't have a future.

Tad: Yeah, that's right. And thank God I didn't take her seriously.

Brooke: Well, my stupid actions aside, she is still not right for you.

Tad: I love you, you are entitled to your opinion, but I am the only person who gets to decide what or who is right for me. And that goes for you, too.

Brooke: The judge who put Krystal away had a say.

Tad: Stop. I am sick and tired of hearing from you and the entire town of Pine Valley about how Krystal is evil.

Brooke: Not evil. She's trouble, and you know it. She's been trouble since the day you met her.

Tad: She made a mistake out of love for her daughter, and you more than anybody else should understand that. She's not trying to hide from anything. She's paying for that mistake and she's learned from it, which is a lot more than I can say for most people in this town.

Brooke: All right, fine, let's say she has learned her lesson, she's a changed woman. Is that a reason to marry her?

Tad: No. But I'll tell you what is. She knows how to love. More importantly, she knows how to love me. She's one of the most courageous, generous, compassionate people I've ever known in my entire life, and I love her for that and a lot more. I don't care what anybody else thinks. I think she's right for me, and I can only pray that she thinks I'm right for her and agrees to marry me.

J.R.: Go ahead, take a look. Tell me what you think.

Adam: You're considering moving out?

J.R.: No, I'm not considering it, I'm doing it. I will buy a house big enough for me, Little Adam, and my mother.

Adam: Come on, you can't be serious. This is your home, it's Little Adam's home. He loves it here.

J.R.: I have an appointment with Marian to check out some of these houses, so you best start getting used to living in this great, big old house all by your lonesome. It's happening a lot sooner than you think.

Adam: Dixie. You're not going to take my son away from me again.

[Adam flings a framed photo of Dixie, shattering the glass, then turns around and sees Babe in the doorway.]

Amanda: Your name is Lily?

Lily: Yes.

Amanda: Lily what?

Lily: Montgomery.

Amanda: No way.

Lily: Yes, it is.

Aidan: Amanda, please, don't be horrible.

Amanda: Will you two chill out? I'm tripping because -- you're not going to believe this -- we haven't seen each other in a really long time.

Aidan: What, you know each other?

Amanda: She's my stepsister. My dad and her mom used to be married.

Lily: You're that Amanda?

Amanda: Uh-huh.

Lily: Oh. I used to come visit you all the time. You had that dog, Harold.

Amanda: Harold. Yeah, I loved that dog.

Lily: Me, too. But you're different now.

Amanda: Yeah, all grown-up.

Lily: No, not just the way you look. You're mean. My other stepsisters don't call me weird.

Amanda: Sorry if I upset you. I can be real nice. It's just that you weren't letting me give my pitch to Aidan.

Aidan: Aidan wasn't letting you give Aidan your pitch, and he still isn't. I don't want you working for me, Amanda. Lily, remember when we had that chat about how some people can be mean? Well, don't take an ounce of matches of what Amanda is saying, ok?

Lily: Aidan just told you he doesn't want you here. Why haven't you left yet?

Amanda: Because Aidan doesn't own this park, and he can't make me leave.

Aidan: Lily? Shall we?

Jamie: I'm sorry I was so hard on you. But I get it now. And I'm happy for you, so just, you know, tell me when the wedding is, and I'll send you a nice fruit basket.

Tad: You know I'm going to hit you, don't you?

Jamie: Yeah.

Tad: Psych. Come here.

David: The last time I was there, Krystal Carey was complaining of chest pains. I think you should authorize a visit between me and Ms. Carey so that you don't have a dead inmate on your hands. Thank you, warden. You made the right choice.

[Di goes to visit Krystal in prison.]

Adam: What the devil are you doing here?

Babe: Is Dixie home?

Adam: No, no, she isn't. With any luck, she's out driving her car over another cliff.

Babe: I can give you what you want. I can make her disappear.

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

Babe (to Adam): Dixie isn't the real thing. She's an impostor.

Krystal (to Di): No, you can't be. Are you really Dixie?

Erica: You should've believed me when I told you I was dangerous.

Zach: I think I can take you.

Kendall: You did it, didn't you?

Greenlee: I'm pregnant.

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