All My Children Transcript Thursday 7/7/05
Proofread by Gisele
Zach: Are you looking to up your credit line?
Ryan: The money that I owe the casino, paid in full. Now, stay out of my life, and tell your wife to stay out of it, too.
Zach: Do you really think we're through here?
Kendall: I'm going to go out on a limb here and assume that you're referring to me.
Greenlee: You're the one who tore into the boathouse making a huge scene. You just assumed my husband would hurt me, because I went out and got myself pregnant without him knowing, which he still doesn't. But what if I hadn't shut you down when I did? That's how you save me, Kendall, by ruining my life? Thanks heaps.
Kendall: Ok, let's get some oxygen to your brain so you can hear me out.
Greenlee: Why, so you can defend yourself for being a total freak and practically obliterating my surprise?
Kendall: I'm sorry.
Kendall: No, I am. Greenlee, listen to me, ok? No more bombarding you with negativity or doubts. I think you're doing the right thing, and I'm totally behind you.
Erica: You care so much about each other. But neither one of you cares a bit about me.
Tad: At long last. Missed you at the picnic. One small step for weenie roast, one giant step for family-kind. I'm sure you had a good excuse for blowing off our little détente. What is it?
Jamie: J.R.’s working you, and I won't watch it happen, and I sure as hell won't help.
J.R.: It's going to be a rough day, Kate's memorial. You know, there's still time to call it off if you don't want to go through with it.
Di: No, I'm not as steady as I like, but I owe this to Tad
J.R.: Tad can get on without it.
Di: I need to start facing the tough stuff. This family has got to say good-bye to that sweet little girl, as painful as it is. Then we can move on.
J.R.: Get lost, Hayward. You're not welcome here, especially not today.
David: I'd almost forgotten what a mama's boy your son is, Dixie.
Di: I thought I made myself clear -- we're through.
David: You might want to have Junior toddle off, don't you think? I'd hate for you to hear something that Mommy might regret.
Di: The only person who's going to have regrets today, David, is you.
Krystal: Whoa. We have asked the devil to dinner.
Babe: Yeah, at least we don't have to cook.
Adam: Could this be what you're waiting for?
Babe: It's all here, Mama. It's straight from the governor. It has the big, fat, official seal. All you have to do is tell Adam who Dixie really is and you're free. "Krystal Carey's sentence is hereby commuted." Mama, you're getting out of this dump. You're coming home!
Adam: No, no, not so fast. There's still the very small matter of outing Dixie the deceiver. So step on it, because I called in a very large chip from the governor for this.
Babe: Tell him what he wants to know. Tell him who she is.
Krystal: The woman who calls herself Dixie used to be a neighbor of mine.
Adam: Some trash you cavorted with in a trailer park?
Krystal: Some gal I broke bread with in the mess hall right down there. Her name's Di Kirby. Your con artist is an ex-con.
Di: I don't want to hurt you, David, but I don't want to go through all this again. We both know it's done.
David: No, actually, I haven't quite signed off on that exactly the way you have, Dixie. We really need to talk.
J.R.: Get a clue, man. It's over, so get the hell out of here. I'm not going to allow you to screw up Kate's memorial the way you screwed up my mother's.
David: Is that what's going on today?
David: All right. It's going to be a tough day. I don't know if you kept up, Dixie, but while you were away, I lost a daughter, and no one would impose on that kind of grief, no one would sink that low. All right. I'll leave. Call me.
Di: I want to make myself clear -- I'm grateful for everything you've done for me, but that part of my life is over. I won't be calling you, I won't be stopping by. This is it. Good-bye.
J.R.: Yeah, see you never.
David: You know, I don't think that you've actually thought this thing through, Dixie. The bond that we have, it just doesn't disappear. When you needed me, I was there. I came to your rescue. Now, that doesn't just disappear because you say so, and neither do I.
Jamie: Blackmail, drugs, lies, a 500-pound Harley to the solar plexus? Whatever it takes for J.R. to get what he wants. "Can't we all get along" is just his newest weapon.
Tad: Why don't you give me a little credit, ok? I'm not trying to excuse or explain all the lousy things that J.R. has done to you. I'm just saying he's making an effort, and after everything that this family's been through in the last year, I think that's worth something. He even asked me to be godfather to Little Adam. I mean, you could've knocked me off the picnic table.
Jamie: Yeah, Babe told me. Sounds great.
Tad: "Great"? I think the word "miracle" applies.
Jamie: Well, let me ask you this -- what if the ceremony doesn't fall on Babe's visitation day? You think he'll still let her be there?
Tad: He wants her to be part of this. He's -- he's trying, ok, for Dixie’s sake.
Jamie: Dixie or not, I'm not buying it. He is still using Aunt Phoebe's money to control my life, keeping me out of school, a decent place to live. Do you really think that he's done with his favorite pastime, torturing Babe with Little Adam? Don't tell me that he grew a brand-new heart.
Tad: James, I'm not asking you to buy it hook, line, and sinker.
Jamie: How about I'm not buying it at all? I have left myself open too many times for J.R. to screw me over, screw our family over.
Tad: I hate what he's become more than you do. But what if we have a chance to get him back, get him back to the kind of person he was before? Don't you think that's worth a shot? Or would you prefer if he remained a jerk?
Jamie: No, I will not take the blame for him staying a jerk, just as Dixie cannot take any credit for him suddenly growing a heart, because it's not real. I won't pretend that my brother's soul is back from the dead, too. All the things that he's done just don't disappear because Dixie’s alive.
Tad: Wait a minute, you're not innocent in all of this, you know. No one is. You, Babe, me -- we all made mistakes, horrible mistakes. You took off with his son, with my help. Nobody came out of this mess clean.
Jamie: All the more reason to be cautious.
Tad: No. All the more reason to keep an open mind. We all kept secrets that tore this family to shreds.
Ryan: You really want to go at it with me, Slater? I mean, you've seen me in action.
Zach: Not just me. Simone, Kendall, Ethan, your wife.
Ryan: And who do I have to thank for that? You knew all about the Fight Club, and not because some high roller spilled his guts over a game of craps. I mean, you walked right into the place. So what's the story?
Zach: I know everything about wanting to kill yourself.
Erica: You've all abandoned me.
Kendall and Greenlee: Abandoned you?
Erica: And on such an important day in my life.
Greenlee: This is about your launch party.
Kendall: You know, mother, my husband wasn't even invited. Now, I'm sorry, I hate to break it to you, but aside from your beautiful eyes and your pouting lips, the Slaters' RSVP is TBNT.
Greenlee: "Thanks, but no, thanks."
Erica: Look, I refuse to believe that you're going to abandon me on such a special day for such silly details.
Greenlee: Hello, Erica? Has it escaped your media-savvy mind that Ryan's been in the news just a teensy bit lately? Not exactly a silly detail.
Erica: Dr. Madden told me your good news, that you managed to find a way to get what you needed from his clinic's cryo-bank.
Greenlee: What's that got to do with anything?
Erica: I just want my lovely new daughter to know that she doesn't have to worry about me telling Ryan about her plans. Because that's what families do for each other.
Greenlee: Did you just blackmail me into coming to your party?
Di: I appreciate your -- your loyalty, but I don't need you to watch my back anymore.
David: We do have another connection, Dixie.
David: Our grandson, my grandson? The child that my daughter had with your son? Now, you haven't forgotten Babe, have you?
J.R.: If we could only be so lucky.
David: I'm not talking to you.
J.R.: And my mother's through talking to you. Come on, Mom. Just give me the word, I'll toss this loser out. He's been making our lives miserable for years.
Di: I don't want any trouble.
J.R.: But you've told him to take a hike in at least 50 different ways, and obviously it's not sinking in. So what's the deal, Hayward? Is it your ego? Or are you just really that stupid?
David: You don't want to go there with me, kid.
Di: All right, all right, enough! Enough from both of you. Now, I have to make David understand. I owe that to him.
J.R.: You're a lot more patient than I am.
Di: David, I'm alive, I'm my own person, and I don't need you anymore. Yeah, there was a time when I did, but things have changed. I see my life more clearly now, and the most important thing for me is to get to know my family again.
David: Your family, huh?
David: Mm-hmm. You know something? The day is going to come when you need me again just like before. Maybe I'm going to be there for you, maybe not.
Di: Goodbye, David.
J.R.: How would you need Hayward’s protection?
Krystal: Di and I were about as close as you can get in a place where it's really hard to trust anybody. She was a brunette back then, and she pumped me for information on J.R., Tad, David -- just about everybody.
Adam: How could that two-bit hustler have rigged everything from a cell block? The story from Europe, fingerprints? The memories, so much minutiae? She had Dixie down pat. Tad Martin. Oh, that slimebag.
Krystal: No, no --
Adam: He's been trying to get between me and my son -- I'm going to kill him!
Krystal: Find a paper bag to suck on and calm down and just think about it. Ask yourself, would Tad pull a scam like that? Come on, Dixie’s memory is sacred to him. And that hurt that he's carrying around right now is real.
Adam: If not Tad, who? Who?
Babe: Go ahead. He deserves it.
Krystal: Well, gee, I don't know, Adam. Who else would get off on sticking it to you, J.R., and Tad?
Adam: Hayward. That reptile.
Krystal: David hired Di to play Dixie. The goal was to soften up J.R. so that he'd give Babe a better custody deal.
Adam: So you were in on it?
Babe: No, I knew nothing about any of this until Mama saw a picture of Di with Little Adam.
Krystal: It was Babe's radar that went off when she met that new nanny. She wanted her fired.
Babe: I don't know, Daddy must've just snatched her up fresh out of prison and put her through Dixie prep school straightaway.
Adam: You tell Daddy that he and Di Kirby are going to have his and her jump suits by nightfall.
Babe: Can't believe how close I am to having you back. Just think, you'll be able to see Little Adam up close and personal. I'm -- I'm really worried about Jamie. It's bad enough that he's grown close with Di, but here I am, I'm keeping another secret. My tummy, it's in knots about it.
Krystal: You just kept quiet long enough to make sure that my release went through. We were going to tell anyway, with or without Adam's bonus of getting me sprung. Honey, we're finally doing the right thing. No more secrets for us.
Adam: The warden is considering the validity of the document.
Babe: I could absolutely strangle you right now, Adam. You never said that the warden could flip us off.
Adam: No, no, no, Krystal, I hope you get released. I think you should be there when Tad and J.R. hear the truth about their Dixie.
Tad: We're having a memorial service for Kate, and J.R. is ok with inviting you.
Jamie: Are you kidding me? It's not enough that I need his permission to go to med school, to work or to see Little Adam? Now I need his ok to mourn my own sister?
Tad: James, I didn't mean it like that.
Jamie: No, you don't get it, Dad. J.R. is doing all of this to suck up to Dixie, not because he gives a damn about you or me!
Tad: I disagree. I think there's more to it. At least I'm praying there is. Look, I know the last few times you reached out to your brother you got burnt, but at least you had the courage to hope.
Jamie: That's my biggest mistake yet.
Tad: No, no. That's nothing to be ashamed of. Hope has stood you in very good stead in every other corner of your life. It's what got you and Babe through the whole disaster with Baby James, all those custody hearings. Just hang on to hope a little longer, give Dixie a little more time with J.R. Maybe he'll come around about Little Adam, about medical school, all of it.
Jamie: You know, if you were so big on hope, you wouldn't have proposed to Krystal.
Tad: No, no, no. No, you don't. I'm not going to defend my proposal again.
Jamie: What, you can dish it out, but you can't take it?
Tad: This conversation is about today! It's about remembering Kate. I love you. And God help me, I love your brother, too. Now that Dixie is back, it's a miracle. Why stop there? I'm ready for another one. If there is one chance that I have with J.R., I want it, badly. I miss him. And I think that deep down, you miss him, too. So what's it going to be?
Erica: No, you can't possibly, seriously believe that I would resort to blackmail. And to use something as serious as your latest undertaking as a threat? I mean, really, Greenlee, you should know me better than that.
Kendall: Careful, I smell a plot brewing.
Greenlee: It's because I know you, Erica, that I'm suspicious.
Erica: But why? I mean, you along with Kendall only obtained from that clinic what was rightfully yours. And have I said a word to anyone? No. Because I respect your privacy, and I applaud your efforts, and I agree with you that Ryan should be a father. And a woman has to take things into her own hands when she knows what's best.
Greenlee: She's being too nice. Make her stop.
Kendall: What do you want me to do?
Greenlee: I don't know, douse her with men's cologne, whatever. Her glowing endorsement is causing self-doubt.
Erica: Well, so? Have you accomplished your mission?
Greenlee: Hey, eyes off the tummy.
Kendall: Mother, you have completely glossed over the fact that Zach wasn't even invited to your party. Now, that says to me that you don't respect my feelings.
Erica: Well, you know what, Kendall? I didn't invite your hairdresser, either, and you two have a legitimate relationship. I mean, I really thought that the people closest to me might want to help me celebrate my big day. Clearly, I was wrong.
Kendall: Ok, see, now, I feel really bad.
Greenlee: If you were trying to play brownnoser with me by coming down on her --
Kendall: You asked me to help you. All right, you know what? You, right now -- you need to sit down and relax. Relax. You look like hell.
Greenlee: All right, that's it.
Kendall: No, no, Greenlee, Greenlee, wait, don't go. Listen, ok, I suck at this, I'm not good at this, but I'm really trying, ok? I'm trying to tell you that I'm totally behind you 100%. What you did was brave and titanic and beyond outrageous, and it deserves support, like I said, 100%, no matter what happens.
Greenlee: You think something bad's going to happen?
Kendall: Oh, come on, cut me some slack. I never said I was good at this.
Greenlee: You're not even mediocre.
Kendall: No. Well, I'm excited for you. I am. And I'm proud, too. I know what having a baby meant to Bianca after she got past all the bad stuff. Every little shift in her tummy was -- was like a little miracle. And I want that same joy for you, too. You know, babies change everything. I want to be there for you when it happens.
Ryan: Save your suicide confessions for a shrink, Slater.
Zach: You want something to wash that down?
Ryan: You know what I do want? I want you to tell me how you know so much about Fight Clubs. I mean, what is it, have you got a little history there?
Zach: I know they're not just about giving pain. They're about taking it, as well.
Ryan: I wasn't there trying to get myself killed, Slater.
Zach: I killed Alexander Cambias, Jr., when I was 17 years old. Now I think you're trying to do the same thing to Ryan.
Ryan: I am the last Lavery. It's a done deal, and so is the Fight Club.
Ryan: You see, I found another way to handle it.
Zach: Oh, ok. What's this magic cure then? How do you make your rage disappear?
Ryan: I didn't say the rage has disappeared. I said I found another way to handle it.
Zach: Really? Well, that's good then, right? It's good news. I just assumed you were a screw-up like your father or your brothers. Now, Greenlee does one wrong thing at the wrong time, you just lay her out flat, and you can't really be angry at me for thinking that. You must've thought the same thing. Why else would you beat a complete stranger into oblivion? Well, whatever. That's all behind us now, right? You want some coffee?
Ryan: I would never hit my own wife.
Zach: No, no, that's what you said. You're in control. And there's nothing that Greenlee could do or say to push you over the edge, have you go back to that dark spot that you can't climb out of. You're not that kind of a Lavery. What was that pill you took?
Ryan: Something to stop me from killing you.
Zach: Yeesh. Well, keep popping them. Does Greenlee know about it?
Ryan: Let's talk about your wife and how she barged into Greenlee and me at the boathouse, saying that Greenlee was in danger and how you, like, trailed in right behind her playing the hero. What was that about?
Zach: Maybe you're not the only hero in this town. Don't tell anybody.
Ryan: No, you see, I don't think so. What did I do to Greenlee to make you think that I would go off on her? What is it that you think you know about my wife?
Zach: Maybe I should be the one to tell you. I mean, you already took a pill. You're not going to kill me.
Ryan: So you think you know something about my wife and my marriage. Go ahead. Let's have it.
Zach: You asked why Kendall thought that you would hurt Greenlee. Guess the real question is, why wouldn't she think that? She did see you in action. She knows what you're capable of. You'd beat up some random guy just for sport. And the crazier you get, the more she's going to wonder. I mean, what's the difference between Greenlee and some anonymous guy in the Fight Club? You can't expect Kendall to know for sure that her friend is going to be ok. See, what we know isn't about Greenlee. It's about you.
Ryan: You don't know anything about me. That's why your analysis is a joke. You want to hear my analysis? I'm fine now, and my marriage is better than it's ever been. And what is that now? What is that look?
Zach: It's no look. You've got the key to happiness. Congratulations. Everything -- everything I have is phony. If you don't mind, I'll just sit around and watch and learn.
Ryan: Like I said, stay out of my life.
Erica: Yes, you're right, the show deserves to be a smash. Thank you, Regis. Oh, no, your time slot is perfectly safe. But I have found a fabulous young supervising producer.
Kendall: Ok, we have a deal.
Greenlee: We'll show up --
Kendall: We'll party down --
Greenlee: Keep Erica happy and quiet. Let's add that.
Kendall: Right, happy and quiet. You know, I must have learned the Lamaze moves about a million times with Binks. I mean, I had the moves down pat, but I just never had a chance to put them into effect. So I can be your birth coach, if you're in the market for one.
Greenlee: Like I really want you to see my bikini wax?
Kendall: No. Ok, no. I was not talking about that. I wasn't going there.
Greenlee: Well, then don't. You don't have to, anyway. Ryan's the father of our baby. He'll be more than happy to help me breathe through my teeth and feed me ice chips and cut the umbilical cord.
Kendall: Well, way to go with the positive visualization, my friend. Looking good.
Erica: Yes, Regis, you are the best. So please just give my love to Joy, Reeg, and say Hi to Kelly for me, will you? I don't know where in the world you ever found her, but she's turned out to be fantastic. Ok! Oh, thank you. Thanks a million. Bye, Reeg. Oh! You came! Oh, you came!
J.R.: Did you get him to fall asleep?
Di: He didn't even make it through one round of "You Are My Sunshine."
J.R.: Are you going to tell me what Hayward was rambling on about, protection and secrets?
Di: Oh, you know David. He wants to save me from a nice and normal life. It's crazy, but in his -- in his small world, it's 100% rational.
J.R.: I'm glad that you gave him the boot.
Di: Just sorry I didn't do it sooner. And I'm sorry that David is this thing in our lives we can't get rid of. And I hate that he told you that I called from Europe to come see me, and you never should've known that I made him promise not to tell you that I was alive. I'm sorry for so many things. I messed up your lives in so many ways. I didn't mean to hurt you all.
J.R.: You're sure that this memorial's going to be a good idea?
Di: Positive. We need to say good-bye together. Maybe we need this more than we all think.
Krystal: Have you ever thought about diverting some of that negative energy, Adam? Why don't you get yourself a pen pal? I'm sure there are some of these ladies in here that aren't too choosy. In fact, Babe, why don't you flag one of them down while I go make a quick phone call.
Adam: No, no, no, no. You're not going to tip Tad off about the Di situation, no.
Krystal: It is going to tear Tad up to hear that Dixie is dead again, and it's going to be even worse coming from you.
Adam: Yeah, well, that's just too bad for him, isn't it, and for you. It remains to be seen, Krystal, whether you have done something very noble or very stupid. You've just handed your fiancé back to his true love's sainted ghost.
Tad: I'd like to thank all of you for humoring me. Because we all said good-bye to Kate three years ago when we thought we'd lost both baby and mother, but now that Dixie's returned to us, as terrific as that is, it's like saying good-bye to Kate all over again, because now there's no longer any need to wonder or think about what if. The fact is she's gone. And she was more to this family than just a daughter or a sister. She was hope, proof that no matter how bad things look sometimes, the world lays wonderful things on your doorstep. Maybe we never got a chance to see her or hold her, but we've all spoken to her in our hearts. She's always there, reminding us to move forward, cherish those things that keep us grounded. Hope and family are forever. In the end, maybe they're the same thing.
Erica: Ryan! Oh, Ryan, you came! Thank you.
Ryan: Of course. I wouldn't miss it. Congratulations.
Erica: Thank you so much. Well -- oh, no. Who in the world puts red and blue candles on gold doilies? What do they think this is, hotdog on a stick?
Kendall: I -- I better go make sure she doesn't reduce the manager to tears.
Greenlee: We don't have to stay long, just make an appearance and then we're out of here.
Ryan: You don't have to do that for me. I love you. Your family is now my family, so bring 'em on.
Greenlee: I knew you'd say that. I just knew it.
J.R.: Tad's right. The world has a way of bringing people, things into your life, and you don't realize what you have until they're gone. I had to lose my sisters. That hurt like hell. But on the brighter side of things, I've got my mother back and my son. Mom, you and Little Adam have made me appreciate life in a way that I never knew that I could. And then there was Miranda. I got the opportunity to love her like my own. See, Kate is proof that you can miss and care about someone that you never even had. I missed her for three years, and I still miss her today. I'll never stop loving her.
Jamie: Dad said it best -- Kate was pure hope. And I am so sorry that she's gone -- for me and J.R., who lost a sister, for Little Adam, who lost an aunt, and for you, too. Not only because of who Kate was and what it meant to have her in your lives, but because of what it means to not have her anymore.
Krystal: Oh, God, just say it.
Warden: For a no-good, baby-stealing crook, you sure have a lot of friends pulling strings.
Krystal: Are you -- are you saying that I'm out of here?
Warden: It's done. You're free.
Krystal: I'm free? I'm free, I'm free!
Babe: It's over, Mama!
Adam: You're welcome. Come on, come on, break it up. We have places to go and news to deliver.
Di: I wish I could give you all a bigger miracle and -- and bring back precious Kate, but you all have each other. You can hold on to that, and I'd like to believe that she's still with you all, and with me, in our souls, in the -- in the strong part, the pure part, the part with goodness and hope. Even when we don't deserve it or live up to it.
Adam: Oh, how my heart bleeds for you, Dixie.
Erica: I thought that I made sure that your invitation got lost in the mail.
Zach: You crush me. I'm here to share in your big day and to show my support. And these guys -- did you make these? These are awesome. Thank you.
Kendall: Uh, Mother, will you excuse us, please?
Erica: Oh, I'd be happy to excuse your husband right over the rail. Val?
Kendall: You mentioned that you spoke to Ryan. Now, you didn't spill Greenlee's secret, did you? Sorry, sorry.
Zach: He's in a bad place. He's only fooling himself, and maybe Greenlee.
Kendall: Definitely Greenlee. She thinks that life is going to go back to being heavenly after Ryan feels the first kick.
Zach: She'd better hope she's right.
Kendall: And if she's wrong?
Zach: Stay with her. She needs you more than ever.
Greenlee: Excuse me while I borrow your wife for a second. Ahem.
Kendall: What's going on?
Greenlee: I can't stand this another second. I could have the news that will change Ryan's life for the better, and I want it now.
Erica: Kendall, Greenlee, Ryan? Would you come over here, please? I just wanted to thank you before everybody else arrived. I am so grateful to have you three with me here today on such an exciting day.
Zach: I knew it wouldn't be the same without me.
Kendall: Mother, Mother, you're going to have an amazing debut. You should be really, really proud.
Erica: Thank you.
Ryan: I know I'm proud of you, Erica. We both are. Greenlee and I wouldn't miss this day for the world.
Greenlee: You can say that again.
Warden: Your friend was released. Carey's a free woman.
David: What are you talking about? Where -- where did she go?
Warden: I haven't a clue. Why don't you ask her daughter or the man who finessed her release?
David: Man? Who? What was his name?
Warden: Adam Chandler.
Adam: Martin, you didn't expect to see Krystal out of orange for another nine years, did you? Well, believe me, there are more surprises where that came from.
Tad: What the hell is he talking about? Don't tell me swat's on the way to cart you off again?
Krystal: No, not a chance, Tad. I'm out, free and clear.
J.R.: This is a private family moment. We're saying good-bye to the baby my mother lost. So why don't we save this circus for later.
Krystal: You know, J.R.’s right. Adam, have a heart.
Babe: Really, Adam, now really isn't the time.
Adam: No, no, no, it's the exact time. Everyone's here, we're all gathered together. Why wait?
Tad: Wait for what?
Adam: Dixie? I know who you really are. This woman is not your mother, and I can prove it.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Greenlee (to Kendall): This little magic stick will confirm what I already know in my heart -- that I'm pregnant with Ryan's baby.
Zach (to Ryan): Maybe you should pop another chill pill, take the edge off.
Krystal: She is not your Dixie, Tad.
Tad: Is Krystal telling the truth or not?
Di: It's the truth.
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