All My Children Transcript Friday 7/22/05
Proofread by Gisele
Di: Little Adamís favorite. If you take that to bed with him, he might not forgive you. Here, I'll take it. I was heading upstairs, anyway.
Di: I can't sleep without my good-night kiss, from either one of you. Hmm. J.R.? I want to -- I want to thank you for going ahead with the christening.
J.R.: I made you a promise.
Di: Yeah, but it's been pretty crazy around here -- DNA drama, everyone all hot and bothered. If you wanted to postpone the ceremony, I would understand.
J.R.: Well, hot and bothered is low key for this place. Don't worry, the christening is still on, just as soon as we get settled into our new house.
Di.: And you haven't changed your mind about anything?
J.R.: Don't worry. I still want Tad to be Little Adamís godfather.
Di: I am so proud of you. Now, how do we get to the part where you forgive your brother and Babe?
J.R.: Not even an act of God could do that.
Man: Come on, come on!
Babe: Let go of me!
Man: Come on, let's go, let's go!
Babe: Stop it! Let go! Hey! No! Let go!
Josh: It's me. It's me, Josh. It's ok. You ok?
Babe: Idiot! What did you do that for?
Erica: You. Well, what do you want? Why are you here?
Greg: I heard about Ryan Lavery. I'm very sorry.
Erica: Don't! Just -- just go away.
Greg: Is there anything that I can do?
Erica: Yes. You can leave me alone. Well, you heard me! Get the hell out!
Zach: What are you doing?
Kendall: That's my question to you. What's going on?
Zach: Shed, door, nothing.
Kendall: No, Simone and Ethan told me they heard something inside.
Kendall: No, Zach, you're the only rat here. Now, you're hiding something, and I want to know what. I want to know now. What are you hiding in there? Come on, Zach, don't shut me out. Show me what's inside.
Zach: Come on, you got to be exhausted.
Kendall: No, I know when you're lying. I do. Yo, rats, come on out wherever you are! I know you're in there!
Zach: Just go to the suite and get some sleep, all right?
Kendall: Zach, no, please don't touch me. Don't.
Aidan: Hey, do what the lady says and leave her alone.
Zach: That's what we need, another hero.
Aidan: Are you all right?
Kendall: Well, there's a question with an obvious answer.
Aidan: I heard about Ryan. And sorry just doesn't cover it.
Kendall: You were a good friend to him.
Aidan: Yeah, for a while. Well, you two had your moments.
Kendall: Moments -- that's all we've got left. Oh, you're locking them in now? What, are you going to tuck them in, too?
Aidan: What's going on?
Kendall: I don't know, but I intend to find out.
Zach: It's between me and my wife.
Kendall: I can handle my rat-fink husband.
Aidan: Look, I'm looking for Greenlee. I need to tell her something.
Kendall: Well, she's in the suite. She finally went to bed.
Aidan: It's important.
Kendall: Whatever it is, it can wait, please. She can't handle anything bad right now.
Aidan: It's something she should know. It's about Ryan's sister, Erin.
Erica: Why are you still here? I told you I'd like to be alone. And even if I didn't, I certainly wouldn't want to be with you.
Greg: I wanted to make sure that you were all right, you and Greenlee. How is she?
Erica: She's grieving. And she's vulnerable. So here's your chance. Snap her up, throw her in jail, because she broke into your fertility clinic. Go tell the police. Tell the police that she wound up stealing what now seems to be the last of the living part of her husband.
Greg: I was upset when I said --
Erica: When you threatened me? When you demanded that I fire your son, Josh, or else you'd have Greenlee arrested?
Greg: My temper got the best of me. I have no intention of pressing charges against your stepdaughter. I hope you can forgive me for that.
Erica: Is this some kind of a new tactic? You go soft, convince me you have a heart? I fire Josh, because you said please?
Greg: It's your show. It's your choice. I have no right to get involved.
Erica: Oh, just like that? You intend to back off and actually let Josh do what he wants to do?
Greg: You suggested that I let him find his own way.
Erica: And you listened? You don't seem to be the type.
Greg: I don't know the relationship that you have with your children. So I don't know if you could understand how frustrating this is for me -- impossible, infuriating. But now I see it. The mistakes were not Josh's. They were mine. I've been screwing up with him for such a long time, but that is my knot to untie. It's not yours.
Josh: Those punks were trying to kidnap you, and I'm the bad guy?
Babe: With a capital B. That was Jamieís car. I was trying to stop them from stealing it.
Josh: Oh --
Babe: And I almost had the keys out of the ignition until you came along, and you screwed everything up. You have no idea how much he loved that car. He has spent hours rebuilding it -- new tires, new trannie, brand-new engine! Damn, this is going to kill him!
Josh: At least you're ok. Except maybe for your toe.
Babe: Is that supposed to make me feel better?
Josh: You get carjacked, it's better they get the car, not a piece of you. Even your fiancť's car, not worth getting shot for.
Babe: They weren't carjackers. There wasn't even a gun. They were idiot frat boys. No offense, you looked like you were the keg-master of Delta something back in college.
Josh: Treasurer. No offense taken.
Babe: I should have known this. It's totally payback. I wouldn't serve them their flippin' booze, so what do they do? They steal my car, because I left my keys by the register like an idiot. I really can't afford to lose this car right now. Where's your ride?
Josh: Over there. Why?
Babe: Come on.
Josh: Hold on, Babe. We got to call the cops, report the car stolen.
Babe: They probably just drove around the corner to teach me a lesson.
Josh: Why don't we let the police handle it?
Babe: Right, and then we wait what, two, three hours till we see it again, and then it's probably going to be trashed. We know what direction they went. Why don't we just follow them? And I said no cops. The PV police and I -- we're not exactly BFF. The last time I was arrested --
Josh: "Last time"?
Babe: You know what? Never mind. You don't want to go with me, that's fine. I will just borrow someone else's car.
Josh: Hey! One sidekick at your service.
Babe: They'll never know what hit them.
J.R.: I thought that we covered this.
Di: Well, let's cover it again.
J.R.: I've given Babe extra bonus time with Little Adam. I agreed to the family picnic. I even crowned Tad Little Adamís godfather. That is good enough!
Di: So you're on a roll. Let's keep it going.
J.R.: You're asking for the impossible.
Di: Oh, J.R., Jamie is your brother.
J.R.: Stepbrother. He went with Babe. He believes in her cons and her lies. I might have to deal with Babe, because of our son. But as far as Jamieís concerned, he never needs to see my son ever again.
Di: You have got so much anger. If you could find a way to start letting it go, you will be so --
J.R.: Happier? You know what? I don't even want to talk to you about this right now, ok? Good night. I love you.
Adam: He has his mother's stubbornness.
Di: And his father's mile-wide vindictive streak.
Adam: Well, I must say I'm glad I'm not alone. With all your feel-good hugs and your mama-knows-best advice, you can't push him around, either. I doubt anybody can.
J.R.: What are you doing here?
Amanda: Please don't be mad.
J.R.: Get out.
Amanda: You have to listen to me.
J.R.: No, I hired you to seduce my brother. You tanked at that. You wasted my money and my time. Babe and Jamie are happier than ever, and now you're sitting here crying in my bedroom. Does that pretty much cover the conversation that you wanted to have?
Amanda: I totally messed up, I get that, but I just want you to know how sorry I am.
J.R.: Oh, whatever. Quit the tears. Get out!
Amanda: Please, J.R., don't be like this. Just -- just give me a chance.
J.R.: Chance? Give you a chance? I gave you chances. And I regret it every time, so no more. And no more you.
Amanda: Look, you're angry, and I deserve it. But don't write me off. Just let me prove how sorry I am.
J.R.: Yeah. I can't wait to see how.
Adam: You said I was happy when I thought you were dead, but you're wrong about that. I've never hated you enough to want you on the other side.
Di: But me alive, interfering with your latest plots? You couldn't have missed me that much.
Adam: Well, you know, there's a big difference between one less meddlesome ex-wife and a son who's lost his mother forever. Welcome home.
Di: So you accept that I'm Dixie?
Adam: Oh, yes. I'm a man who faces the facts.
Di: Oh, when you can change them to suit your purposes, yeah.
Adam: Well, sometimes, even I can't change them. Three DNA tests, three labs, one result. It's hard to dispute. Kudos to Martin.
Di: Ah, you're complimenting Tad? Now I know something's up.
Adam: I'm big enough to admit when I've made a mistake, and I apologize for doubting you.
Di: What are you after?
Adam: Same thing you are. A united family.
Zach: What do you know about Ryan's sister?
Aidan: It's for Greenlee's ears only.
Zach: Well, if there's any news for Greenlee, it should be Kendall telling her, not you.
Aidan: Oh, what are you, Greenlee's gatekeeper now?
Zach: I don't know. Her husband just died, and if you're going to tell her that another Lavery is gone, then maybe I am, yes, because you're not getting anywhere near Greenlee.
Kendall: If it's bad news, she can't handle it. It would be too much.
Aidan: It's not bad news. Erin Lavery is alive.
Di: I thought I could get through to J.R. It used to be easy to make him realize that all this fighting leads up to no good.
Adam: Well, you expect him to roll over? Not likely.
Di: No, I don't expect him and Jamie to be best friends. I mean, they're -- they're brothers. Wouldn't you think that rates forgiveness?
Adam: No, no, you got it backwards. The last person that J.R. should forgive is Jamie. Unfaithful wife or not, Babe meant a great deal to him. His son meant the world to him. Jamie took both of them! They grew up together, they shared secrets, they swapped blood oaths. A lifetime of trust swept away. And you really expect J.R. to ignore a rift as deep as that?
Di: I won't give up.
Adam: Too bad there's already a patron saint of lost causes.
Di: You seem very comfortable with J.R. holding on to this grudge.
Adam: I am realistic.
Adam: Go ahead, give it your best shot. You won't win. Between the two of us, J.R. has a double dose of stubborn.
Di: Oh, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts, no?
Adam: Well, isn't that what every parent hopes for?
Di: Oh, you haven't changed. What? What are you looking at?
Adam: You. I should have fallen in love with you, Dixie. Instead, I just married you.
Di: Ok, now my alarms are really going off. You spit it out, Adam. What do you want?
Adam: Don't do it, Dixie. Don't take J.R. and his son away from me.
J.R.: Oh, come on. Save this heartfelt apology. You don't even have a heart to feel. So why don't you close the door on your way out.
Amanda: Why are you being like this?
J.R.: Because I'm tired, it's late, you're still here.
Amanda: J.R., we used to be friends.
J.R.: On second thought, I'd better hang on to this just in case you get any ideas. Will you go already?
Amanda: I wouldn't be here, except you're my only hope.
J.R.: Hope? For what? To get some, hmm? I mean, a girl with your assets should trawl the mall. There'll be plenty of boy toys slobbering all over you.
Amanda: You have got it all wrong. Pine Valley is the one place that I thought I'd fit in. But I just keep getting shut down and shut out. You, Jamie, Aidan -- everybody. I don't get it. Nobody wants anything to do with me.
J.R.: You know, I'm just going, like -- I'm just spitballing here, ok? Maybe it's because you're a pushy, conniving, trash-on-a-stick kind of girl.
Amanda: How can you say those things to me? We grew up together.
J.R.: Uh -- because it's true?
Amanda: Look, I have made every mistake in record time since I've been here, but -- but I want to fix it, and I thought I'd start at the beginning with you. You get me better than anyone. I figure you are the one person that could understand.
J.R.: No, me? Nah. I'm just a guy with money. And you've gotten way too much of it.
Amanda: Do you know how jealous I am of you?
J.R.: Marry rich, sweetheart. You'll get over it.
Amanda: It's not the money. It's your family.
J.R.: Whoa. What? Are you kidding me? My barracuda father? My rancid ex-wife? My jerk of a brother? Please! You can have them!
Amanda: You found your mother! You guys love each other so much. When I see you together -- my mom -- I just want to stay as far away from her as I can get.
J.R.: I assume the feeling is mutual.
Amanda: It's scary to have no one to turn to, nowhere to go. You ever felt like that?
J.R.: Yeah. That's why I caught a tramp steamer out of town. Wait -- you have the tramp part down. Do you get seasick?
Amanda: J.R., Pine Valley is home. Ok, it is the only place I've ever really been happy, and, yeah, this time around, I bombed. But if I can just start over, I know that I can be happy again. Please. J.R., I just -- I need someone to hold me and just make me feel safe. Even if it's just for tonight.
Man: Oh, man. Taught that stuck-up blonde a lesson.
Second Man: Oh. Sure had a nice rack.
First Man: Oh, yeah.
Third Man: Too bad she'll be walking home.
Babe: I cannot believe you actually found them. What, did you have another almost-career as a tracker or what?
Josh: Frat boys with beer and nowhere to drink it head straight to the beach every time.
Babe: You know, for a second, I almost thought you left me here to deal with them on my own.
Josh: Not a chance. I just figured you'd want these. Guess no one ever told them it's a bad idea to leave the keys in the car.
Josh: Mission accomplished. I'll call the cops and let them sort this out.
Josh: The car's safe, you're safe. Let the Sigma slugs end up in the slammer
Babe: And let them get away with this? Those little rich brats -- all they'll do is they'll call Mommy and Daddy, and they'll be sprung like that. And the only lesson they'll be learning is that money talks. Jamie worked really hard on this car. I'm sick of people trying to take things away from him.
Josh: Something tells me there's serious payback on the way.
Babe: You in?
Josh: All the way.
Babe: Good. Now all we need is a plan.
Josh: I've already got it.
Josh: First, we just need something that I saw washed up down the shore -- the perfect weapon.
Greg: I have made such a mess of things with Josh, but that's not your problem. I should never have involved you. I only came by just to set your mind at ease and to offer my condolences. Is there anything that I can do?
Erica: Bring a man back to life?
Greg: This is more than you being upset just for your stepdaughter, isn't it?
Erica: Ryan's death has hit our family very, very hard.
Greg: Some more than others? I'll leave you alone.
Erica: Ryan was my friend. Before he was Greenlee's husband, he was my friend. When I needed someone, it was Ryan I called. And when there was no one, Ryan was there. And now all I can think is Ryan was the one in trouble this time, and I wasn't there for him.
Kendall: I don't ever want to see anyone from Ryan's family ever again. I don't care if it's their sweet old granny. So you can take little sister Erin, put her back in the can, and go away, please.
Aidan: That's your opinion. Greenlee might feel differently.
Kendall: Aidan, you haven't seen her. She's a wreck right now. The last thing she needs is another Lavery alive and psycho and shoved in her face.
Zach: Well, Erin was important to Ryan. It might be important to Greenlee to know that she's ok.
Kendall: What did you find out?
Aidan: Erin was spotted in Pennsylvania four weeks after Jonathan died, which blows the theory that Jonathan killed her. Now, I know that she's used her ATM card in New York, and now she's up in Canada.
Zach: What do you want to do?
Kendall: I want to go to sleep. I want to wake up and have Ryan alive and a pain in my butt. That's what I want to do.
Zach: I'll take you home.
Kendall: No. You know what? Don't touch me. Go play with your rats and leave me alone. I can take care of myself.
Aidan: I'll go with you.
[Once alone, Zach opens the lock on the shed where Ryan has been hiding out.]
Ryan: Get out of my way. I am leaving.
Aidan: Whoa, whoa. Kendall, shh, easy. Why don't we take a minute and just sit down.
Kendall: Ok. Yeah. Ryan was shot here. He survived. He had an entire freaking mountain come down on his head, but he lived. And now a stupid motorcycle, a measly cliff, and he's gone and he didn't make it? No, I don't believe that. I can't. I won't.
Aidan: Look, Kendall, Ryan's a tough guy, ok, but no one's invincible, not even him.
Kendall: Yeah, but he's so stubborn, Aidan. He always, always makes it. He always comes out on top. He never gives in, and he always comes back.
Aidan: Look, you can't -- you can't cheat death forever.
Zach: You heard?
Ryan: Yes, I heard. Erin is out there, she's alive, Jonathan didn't kill her, and I have to find her.
Man: Shut that skank down. Won't mess with us again.
Second Man: What the hell?
Josh: Good evening, gentlemen.
Man: Who are you? Oh, the parking lot at the bar -- you were there.
Josh: Your brain does function.
Man: Thanks, bro. Couldn't have snatched that car without you. Blondie was a real handful. Well, maybe we should have brought her with, had ourselves a real party.
[Man hums guitar sounds]
Man: What's with you, pal?
Josh: I'm not your pal! I'm Vinnie, Vinnie the squirrel to my friends.
Man: Huh. Are you kidding us?
Josh: Look like it?
Josh: I earned the name, because I get a little squirrelly sometimes, a little crazy, unpredictable.
Man: You're nuts.
Josh: That a squirrel joke, because if it is, I will crack you.
Man: Get the hell out of here.
Josh: Can't do that. You mess with my boss' family, you've got to pay.
Man: We didn't mess with anyone.
Babe: Yo, Vinnie. Stop screwing around. Kill them already.
Di: I've been gone for a while, but I could swear I heard scared in your voice.
Di: What are you afraid of, Adam? Losing your son, losing control, or just losing in general?
Adam: If you got to box me in like that, it's -- forget it, forget it. You wouldn't understand.
Di: No, maybe I would. Why don't you try me?
Adam: I'm not the man that I was when you left. I've changed.
Di: Could have fooled me.
Adam: When the almighty taps you on the shoulder, it kind of makes you stop and think about what you've got -- Little Adamís smile and J.R.ís face when he picks up his son first thing in the morning.
Di: You sound positively sentimental.
Adam: I've had some TIAs recently?
Di: Is everything ok?
Adam: Oh, well, I'm following the doctor's adv -- I'm taking the -- yeah, I'm fine, I'm fine. But it just makes you think about what you have and what you don't have. Hayley is so far away, Skye is gone, and Liza, lost with Colby. Huh. Sometimes when I think about living in this house alone, it just scares the hell out of me. I don't think I could survive it.
Di: Well, you always have Winifred and Lucretia, I mean, as long as you --
Adam: All right, if you makes jokes about it, the conversation is over.
Di: Ok, Adam. I'm sorry, but you drive people away. That's what's happening with J.R. right now. You have to have control, and it chokes the love out of your children.
Adam: Then help me. Dixie, I don't want to lose J.R., and I don't want to lose Little Adam. I want you to stay, all of you.
Di: Hey, if you could snap your fingers and watch me go poof, I would have been long gone.
Adam: Yeah, maybe. But if your staying will help me keep J.R. and Little Adam here, then I'm asking you to stay.
J.R.: Look, maybe I've been a little tough on you.
Amanda: I can't blame you. I've pretty much been bad news since I got here.
J.R.: Well, you took a wrong turn in my bed. You've been trying to get back in there ever since -- well, when you're not in Jamieís or Aidanís or -- did I leave somebody out?
Amanda: You're cruel.
J.R.: Well, you make it so easy. I mean, all your angles and your moves -- I mean, you've tried to play me ever since you popped up out of my covers there.
Amanda: I shouldn't have. Ok, you are my oldest friend, and I should have trusted what we had since we were kids. Instead, I gamed all over you.
J.R.: Yeah, is that what you're doing now?
Amanda: Would you even believe me if I said no? Look, everything has gotten so tangled up and -- I have made so many stupid mistakes. The one thing that hasn't changed -- you are the one I have wanted from the beginning.
Amanda: You totally blew me off, and so I slammed back. I'm sorry. I just want to start over. Can we do that? Can we just start over?
Babe: What are you waiting for? Whack 'em.
Josh: You tried to buy booze at my boss' bar? Mess with my boss' daughter? Steal her car?
Babe: You broke my nail, frat boy. Kill him twice for that.
Josh: Stupid, pal, really, really stupid.
Man: If you're some big shot's daughter, why are you a bartender and driving a junker?
Babe: So now you're dissing on my wheels that my daddy gave me? Huh. Make them dead, Vinnie.
Josh: Stupid McNumbnuts, making it worse.
Man: Stealing the car was Dennyís idea.
Second Man: I told him not to do it.
Josh: Dilweed and dipstick. You're nothing but lemmings, sheep. Your mothers must be so disappointed.
Denny: It was a joke, for laughs! Ow!
Josh: You see anybody laughing? Do yourself a favor -- don't make a career out of comedy. Of course, you won't make it till tomorrow, so it's what they call a moot point.
Denny: We're sorry, all right? Just let us go.
Josh: I can't do that. I'm what you call an educator. I'm going to show you the error of your ways. First off, you disrespected Miss Nitti in all kinds of ways.
Denny: She was a bartender! How were we supposed to know whose daughter she was?
Josh: My boss treats his daughter like the princess she is. But he wants her to learn the value of earning an honest wage. Ergo, Miss Nitti works at his establishment, and she's doing an excellent job. Mr. Nitti believes hard work should be rewarded. He also believes people who offend his daughter, insult her, and call her "skank" --
Denny: We --
Josh: Should be punished.
Denny: We didn't know who she was.
Josh: Not my problem.
Babe: Vinnie, why aren't they digging?
Josh: Your father wouldn't want you to see this.
Babe: Oh, shove it, Vinnie. I want to watch them dig and die, real slow, just like the last guy.
Josh: Isn't she great?
Denny: Let us go. We won't tell anyone.
Josh: You heard the lady. Dig -- nice, neat, deep holes.
Erica: I'm sorry. It's just been a horrible day.
Greg: You don't have to apologize. You've lost a friend. Before I go, may I ask you a favor?
Erica: Not a good time.
Greg: I understand, but this is very important. Do you think it'll be at all possible for you and I to have a new beginning?
Erica: I suppose so.
Greg: Thank you.
Erica: Oh. Oh, Ryan.
Ryan: I have to get out of here now.
Zach: It's not an option.
Ryan: My sister is out there.
Zach: And you're dead unless you've changed your mind. I didn't think so.
Ryan: Erin needs me. Did you hear Aidan? It sounds like she's on the run. God knows what Jonathan did to her. I have to find her. I have to help.
Zach: And you will, you will. Right now we got bigger problems.
Ryan: So solve it and get me out.
Zach: I need some time. I got to make some arrangements.
Kendall: No. No.
Aidan: Kendall, are you all right?
[Kendall recalls something Zach said.]
Zach: You think she was right? I mean, do you think she could have pulled him back from the edge?
Aidan: What about Zach?
Zach: I faked my own death to escape the Cambias name.
Kendall: He couldn't stay a Cambias. His only other way out, he had to die. Ryan.
Aidan: Kendall, what is going on? What are you thinking?
[Remembering Ryan's feelings, Kendall puts two and two together.]
Ryan: A baby would send me straight over the edge. Suddenly, there's my dad in full rage, only it's not my dad. It's me getting ready to slap my kid across the room, and he's begging me to stop, saying, "Please, Daddy, don't, I will be good, I'll be good. Please stop." My God, Kendall, if I get anywhere near that, I swear to you I will throw myself off a cliff.
Kendall: No. Oh, God.
Josh: Dig, punks. Use your hands and dig. You want encouragement? I got it right here, fully loaded.
Babe: Do it, Vinnie.
Josh: Lucky for them, my aim sucks.
Babe: Oh, my God.
Josh: Want a bite?
Babe: That was absolutely unbelievable. You're a pretty sick puppy, Vinnie.
Josh: Coming from you -- "I want to see them dig"?
Babe: Oh, come on.
Josh: I'll take that as a compliment.
Babe: Oh, my gosh. Oh, did you see their faces? They'll be running for days.
Josh: I'm just glad they bought it.
Babe: Are you -- they were totally whipped. They were into it.
Josh: Does that mean I'm forgiven?
Babe: No digging for you. You totally rock. I haven't had this much fun in forever.
Di: I want J.R. to -- to find peace, to watch his son grow up without all the hate and bitterness that fills this household.
Adam: Hate, bitterness -- gone, gone. You want peace? I'll help you get it.
Di: Ok. You'll forgive me, but I'm having a hard time picturing you and me living under the same roof in peace.
Adam: For the sake of our son and our grandson, I can do it, and together, we can both do it. Dixie, please, don't cut me out of my family, the only family I have left.
Di: I'll talk to J.R.
Adam: Thank you.
Di: I mean, no promises. I am not going to force him to change his mind.
Adam: No, no, I wouldn't want you to do that. But if -- if he knows that you're amenable to staying, that gives me a better shot, doesn't it?
Di: Good night, Adam.
Adam: Good night, Dixie.
Adam: I don't know who you are, and I don't know how you know you did it. But I do know you're not my son's mother.
J.R.: You know, if you purr any louder, I'm going to have to pour you a bowl of milk.
Amanda: Hmm. That was fantastic -- oh. I knew it would be. Oh, let's do it again.
J.R.: Oh, no. Once is enough for anyone.
Amanda: Now, doesn't it go "once is never enough"?
J.R.: It depends who you're talking to.
Amanda: Come on, J.R. It'll be fun. We can -- then maybe we can -- I'll do whatever you want.
J.R.: Yeah? Really?
Amanda: Name it.
J.R.: Well, then, how about you --
J.R.: Yeah. You heard me -- get out of my bed.
Amanda: You're kicking me out of your bed after what we just did?
J.R.: Get out -- not just out of my bed, but out of my house.
Amanda: But we were so good.
J.R.: Don't ever come back, ever. You understand me? Not for friends, not for help, not for money. I don't want to hear you complaining about your pathetic life!
Amanda: Wait a minute. Didn't we just --
J.R.: I was curious. I was curious. Now I know.
Amanda: How can you be so evil?
J.R.: Look, I'm not saying I wasn't impressed, because it was good, it was real good. But whatever gymnastics you perform on the sheets isn't going to change a thing.
Amanda: You tricked me.
J.R.: No. You offered. I just didn't say no, so you're a loser, Amanda, a loser. You failed with Jamie. You failed with me. Looks like you've run out of luck.
Amanda: You son of a bitch.
J.R.: Look, you want somebody to keep you in labels and bling, you better keep your fingers crossed my brother dumps Babe. He's a lot more gullible than me.
Amanda: Oh -- ow. I hate you.
J.R.: Don't you just?
Kendall: Ok, hurry, Aidan. Hurry and get this open, please.
Aidan: What do you think you're going to find in here anyway?
Kendall: I don't know. I just have a feeling. I'm afraid to say it, all right? Will you just get us in here, please.
Aidan: You ready to take a look?
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Di (to J.R.): Why don't we try staying here with your father?
Amanda: What is my suitcase doing out? You're kicking me out?
Josh: Let's say I did hit on you. Would it work?
Kendall: I think Ryan might be in there.
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