AMC Transcript Wednesday 8/3/05

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 8/3/05


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Simone: Are you sure you're ready for this, going back to Ryan's old place? Isn't this going to be rough?

Greenlee: It's our place.

[Entering the apartment, Greenlee recalls happier days with Ryan.]

Ryan's voice: Morning, butterfly.

Greenlee: Morning.

[Zachís magnetic device beeps allowing him to bypass Wildwindís alarm. Once in the house, he follows faint sounds out to the garden.]

[Woman gasps]

Amanda: Working on your game? Only reason to miss a shot like that's a foul. Too bad.

Jamie: You should have fouled out a long time ago.

Amanda: Oh, it's hot out here, it's sticky. You want some water or something?

Jamie: I don't want anything you're offering. Was your entire act scripted? Is there any substance to you at all, or are you just a well-built little package with J.R.ís hand up your back moving your mouth for you?

J.R.: Stay away from my mother.

Babe: Afraid she'll finally see the light?

J.R.: She's not going to be Jamieís free pass to med school and minivans. In fact, if you so much as look at her from across the room, I'm breaking out the big guns -- and I'll just be warming up.

Babe: Bring it.

J.R.: I'm going to make sure you use all privileges to see Little Adam! Am I clear?

Babe: That is it! That is really it!

Kendall: I have come to eat my words, Mother.

Erica: Yes, that's perfect. You do that, you check your schedule, see if one of those days will work for you, because we'd love to have you here, Kelly. Ok, bye. So, what words would those be?

Kendall: Well, I hope you haven't eaten yet because these will go great with a side salad. I should have listened to you before.

Erica: Well. Those are words a mother waits years to hear.

Kendall: It's Zach. I never should've married him, so we're getting a divorce.

Erica: Well, honey, that's wonderful news.

Kendall: That's right, you were right all along.

Erica: Well, Kendall, you didn't have to come here to gloat about that.

Kendall: Yeah, and I'm marrying J.R.

Erica: What? I'm sorry, did you say you're marrying J.R.?

Kendall: Yep, yep, yep, J.R. Chandler. You heard me right. We are headed to Reno, and as soon as the stamp dries on my quickie divorce, we're going to find a cute little chapel and do the deed.

Erica: Oh, come on, don't you think this is just a little fast?

Kendall: Oh. Oh, of course, Mother, you want to be a part of it. Yeah, well, J.R. thought the same thing about Adam and Dixie, so may you guys could put together a great reception when we get back from our honeymoon.

Erica: Yeah, thank you very much. Look, I applaud your decision to divorce Zach, but you and J.R. should, I don't know, have a date first?

Kendall: Mother, come on, I've known J.R. for years. It's perfect. You were right on every level about Zach and my twisted take on love. So go ahead, you can pencil me in anywhere. I would love to talk about this new beginning.

Erica: Kendall, honey, you can't be serious.

Kendall: Mother, J.R., as bizarre and lame as this sounds, he swept me off my feet, stilettos and all. And at the same time, he makes me feel grounded. So this is exactly what I need. You're the one who said I need love.

Erica: Yes, J.R. has been a friend of yours for a long time, but there's a big difference between that and true love.

Kendall: Ok, if by "big difference" you mean sex, don't worry about it. J.R. and I, we've been having sex for a while now. So this is a real marriage for me, finally, with all the perks.

Erica: Great. You know, this is a little too much information.

Kendall: Mother, do you remember when you got off that yacht in Florida, and you saw that tree? Yes, it hit you, didn't it? You had to just chuck all the plans and get married right then and there.

Erica: Jack and I were already engaged.

Kendall: Do you think maybe I could persuade Bianca to give Chandler Enterprises back to J.R.? I mean, now that he's going to be my husband, I think he deserves his company back.

Erica: I don't know.

Kendall: Maybe you could work on Bianca for me. You know, Mother, J.R., he has really opened my eyes to so many things. I mean, I know it's sudden, but it's not like he proposed to me to, you know, get press for a movie or something selfish like that.

Erica: Kendall, don't do this.

Kendall: Why not, Mother?

Erica: Why not? For one thing, because it's too fast.

Kendall: Are you going to admit what you put J.R. up to? Tell me the truth.

J.R.: You keep this up, you're going to be begging for those whopping three hours of visitation with our son.

Babe: What happened to the J.R. that I first met?

J.R.: He was a sucker. Unfortunately, my mother's the one who has a soft spot.

Babe: There's nothing wrong with that. You know you used to have one, too?

J.R.: You played both of us. I'm never going to let that happen again.

Babe: Dixie's just trying to turn you back into a decent human being.

J.R.: That's just because she doesn't see you for the slut you really are.

Babe: Oh, really? And who are you taking to bed this week, J.R.? Is it, let's see, Kendall or Amanda? Oh, I don't know, maybe it's someone new.

J.R.: Are you afraid that I'm going to break you and your mama's records?

Babe: So now you want to compare mamas?

J.R.: My mother is nothing like Krystal. She is --

Babe: What, chose to share a jail cell instead of ratting out her crook of a boyfriend? Wow, really takes the shine off the halo, doesn't it?

J.R.: Why don't you shut up about my mother!

Babe: Why don't you face it, J.R. -- admit it, there's this huge gap in the story about Dixie the saint who died three years ago, and Dixie the con who's got a lot more in common with my mama than you care to admit.

J.R.: Bitch.

Babe: Oh, bastard! I swear, J.R. -- you bastard! I am just getting started! J.R.?

[When Babe shoves J.R., he slips and goes down, hitting his head on the way.]

Amanda: You're pissed at me.

Jamie: Think?

Amanda: You have every right to be.

Jamie: J.R. hired you to break up me and Babe. You want a thank-you card? Who knows how many lies you've told.

Amanda: Lots, but J.R. did kind of take advantage of my natural instincts.

Jamie: No, you lie, he buys off people. You make a great team.

Amanda: You know, you don't know what my life was like in Pine Valley. I learned to lie and do it well. It's probably the only thing I do that great.

Jamie: Amanda, save the "poor me" line. It gets boring in reruns.

Amanda: I came here looking for you, because I want to say thank you for saving my life, and I'm sorry. I owe you that much at least and any truth I can offer, if you want to hear it. Look, I really like you, and I really did have a pretty major crush on you. That is not BS, either. And I like Babe, too. I just -- I got in over my head with J.R., and I didn't know how to get out.

Jamie: Yeah, that part I get.

Amanda: Look, Babe sort of seemed to understand my situation and my apology, and I hope that you can, too. I just -- I'm a wreck, all right, I know it.

Jamie: Don't expect me at your pity party.

Amanda: I let my screwed-up life interfere with yours and Babe's, so for what it's wroth, I am really sorry.

Jamie: And why should I believe you now? How do I know that this isn't your apology act number 6?

Amanda: You don't. You have absolutely no reason to trust me anymore. Maybe eventually you can let me earn it back. Maybe not. Till then, there's only one thing you can know about me for sure. I'm full of surprises.

Greenlee: I can see him and hear him.

Simone: You know what, honey? I want you to sit on the couch, and I'm going to make you some tea, no chamomile this time.

Greenlee: This place still has so much Ryan in it. I want our baby to feel him before it's gone, before all of Ryan is gone. This place was so beautiful when he lit all these candles, made me feel so safe, loved.

Simone: You know, honey, this is killing you.

Greenlee: A little.

Ryan's voice: You know what I was thinking about when -- when you were up there doing your little flips and spins and flying all over the place? I was thinking about -- about our marriage.

Greenlee: It's a circus?

Ryan: No. It's spontaneous. I mean, it's the craziest thing I ever did, but it's worth every high-flying minute.

Greenlee: It's hard to be scared of heights when I've got you as a safety net.

Ryan: That's good because you're mine, too.

Greenlee: I never want to forget who he was. But I just got to live my life, got to just keep living it.

Simone: You are amazing, you know that?

Greenlee: I have to be.

Zach: You can come out now, Lily.

Lily: How did you know I was there?

Zach: Could hear you breathing. And ghosts don't throw shadows.

Lily: Right. Well, you didn't to break in, you know.

Zach: What makes you think I did?

Lily: I saw you with the magnet. It was a magnet, right, to bypass the alarm?

Zach: That's very good.

Lily: We learned all about magnets in Physics class. But you didn't need to do that. I memorized the code that Sam used, and I turned off the alarm myself.

Zach: Are you meeting him here?

Lily: No, I'm searching for clues alone. I found this -- Samís dad's shirt. It was moved to the upstairs closet. Why would a ghost need to move a shirt around?

Zach: Now, we agreed that you need to let me handle this.

Sam: And you need to get out of my house.

Lily: It's ok, Sam. Zachís here to help.

Sam: Help with what? You've already screwed up my family enough.

Lily: I told him about the ghost. The ghost here, I mean, not the ghost anywhere else.

Sam: There is no ghost -- unless you're walking around with a sheet over your head.

Zach: Lily saw something strange in the house, so I made sure that everything was ok.

Sam: By breaking into it?

Zach: I made sure there were no uninvited guests, and no one got hurt.

Sam: I don't need your protection.

Lily: It's ok, Sam. Zach isn't the bad man anymore.

Sam: I checked out the house already. No one's here. Now, get off my father's estate before I call the cops, and I have you arrested.

Zach: That's not necessary.

Sam: Did you invite him here?

Lily: No, I told him about the ghost. He came on his own.

Sam: Lily, I want you to get two things really straight here. First of all, there is no ghost. And second of all, Zach Slater never stopped being a bad guy. You stay away from him.

Erica: How dare you tease me about divorcing Zach. What a terrible thing to do to your own mother.

Kendall: Me? I've done a terrible thing?

Erica: Yes, you! That was a dirty trick!

Kendall: You persuaded J.R. Chandler into marrying me, so I could give him his companies back. It's not even yours to give.

Erica: And if you wanted to acknowledge that you knew about my agreement with J.R., then you should've just said so. You should have been honest.

Kendall: Honest. Ok. You know, sometimes I think the word "honest" has been deleted from every dictionary in this town.

Erica: Instead, you came over here with this phony engagement announcement, which was anything but funny.

Kendall: You know, those five minutes I had you going were the highlight of a very rough week.

Erica: Well, you could've given me a heart attack.

Kendall: Oh, come on, don't you dare make this my fault.

Erica: This is about your happiness.

Kendall: And that means pushing J.R. over Zach?

Erica: Zach has been a liar, since he came to this town, and I'm not going to watch him walk all over my daughter. You know how I have felt about this from the beginning.

Kendall: Mother, you're asking me to be with J.R. over Zach. J.R. is a man who's using me to get his family's company back.

Erica: Oh, and Zachís noble intentions were?

Kendall: You know what, Mother, your little plan backfired. If ever there was proof that true love is for suckers, you have handed it to me on Erica Kane-engraved stationary.

Erica: Yes, I will use stationary. I will use billboards. "You are making the biggest mistake of your life!"

Kendall: Yes, exactly -- it's my life. So leave me alone. I mean, other mothers, they meddle with their daughters when they're single.

Erica: I have never been like other mothers.

Kendall: Yes, obviously. I know that. Mother, I am vindicated, because Zach and my marriage to him is exactly what I needed. You just proved my point for me -- don't bother with love.

Erica: Kendall, Zach Slater will give you more heartache than a dozen broken love affairs.

Kendall: Zach is helping me through this heartache and through this pain. He's helping Greenlee, too. Obviously, you see a different man than I do.

Erica: Yes, obviously, I do. I see a liar, a user, and a taker.

Kendall: What is he going to take from me, Mother? What? Right now Zach is probably the safest man I could ever be with, ok, so please just leave this alone. Stop with the sabotage, already. Just stop with your little fantasy. Come on, Mom. You promised you would stop meddling.

Jack: Hi, Kendall.

Kendall: Hi.

Jack: Sweetheart, could I have a moment of your time, please?

Erica: Are we finished here?

Jack: Ok, tell you what -- when you do get a second, I need to talk to you. There's some phone calls I could make. I'll do that, and you guys finish up here, ok?

Kendall: I know you just got together with J.R., because you love me.

Erica: You know I do.

Kendall: I love you, too. But sometimes your little plans can screw things up. So just don't try to help like this anymore, ok?

Erica: Lesson learned.

Kendall: Come here. Ugh. God, you're frustrating.

Erica: J.R.? This is Erica. You call me just as soon as you get this message. We have things to discuss.

Greenlee: This place is full of so many great memories. What kid do you know comes into this world with a complete comic book collection at his disposal?

Simone: Well, one bound for those scary comic book conventions.

Ryan's voice: You might want to take a drink to wash it down.

Greenlee: Hmm. Hmm. Ryan!

Ryan: Now, I know that it's our paper anniversary, but all the paper necklaces looked really tacky.

Greenlee: Oh, my -- it's gorgeous!

Ryan: You're gorgeous.

Greenlee: Oh, my gosh.

Ryan: I got a little -- I got a little head start on some of the other anniversaries, like the gold and the diamond, the big 50th and 60ths. You -- do you like it?

Greenlee: Like it? It's stunning.

Ryan: Yeah?

Greenlee: You're the best ever.

[Back to the present]

Greenlee: Come here a minute. I want to show you something.

Simone: Ok. What the -- oh!

Greenlee: Ryan got this for me, and he surprised me one day, and it scared the life out of me.

Simone: Oh, God. You know what, you're disgusting. That's gross. Get me a drink, all right? I got to take the edge off after that one.

Greenlee: I hope our kid has his sense of humor. Hmm. I had these shirts cleaned before we left. I wish I hadn't. They won't smell like him anymore. They could be anybody's.

Simone: But you have so many things that do remind you of Ryan.

Greenlee: He had this for years. He would take this to the park whenever we went to a game, and he'd try and catch a ball for me, because I couldn't catch a thing.

Ryan: A pacifier?

Greenlee: Yeah, it's to keep the baby from beating on our eardrums.

Ryan: The baby?

Greenlee: Mm-hmm.

Ryan: Does this mean that we're going to try again?

Greenlee: Maybe this time next year, I can give you a bundle of joy.

[Back to the present]

Greenlee: Who's going to play ball with our child?

Simone: Honey. Oh, honey, it's going to be ok. Oh, sweetie, this is too soon. You know, we'll come back.

Greenlee: I have to do it. I have -- I --

Simone: Oh, honey -- Greenlee? Greenlee, where are you going?

Kendall: Greenlee? Greenlee, where are you going?

Kendall: What in the hell were you thinking bringing her here?

Simone: I tried to stop her. She said she had to.

Kendall: Ok, know what, no time for your whining. Let's go.

Sam: Why do you let him talk you into this stuff? You're too smart. Why would you buy his lies?

Lily: You think I don't know what I'm doing, but I do. Zach and I are on the trails of ghosts.

Sam: There -- Lily, there's no such thing as a ghost. It's just your imagination going crazy.

Lily: Sam, I found this. It's your dad's shirt. It was moved to the upstairs closet. How did that happen?

Sam: Screw the shirt! You shouldn't be around him.

Lily: He's my brother-in-law.

Sam: I don't care! Don't bring him here ever again. Do you get it?

Lily: I get lots of things, but I don't get why you're so mad. I was trying to help.

Sam: Then stop. I don't need your help.

Lily: I'm working on this case.

Sam: Who said I wanted you to?

Lily: Fine! Maybe you don't like the way I do things, and maybe you don't even want me to be your girlfriend anymore, either.

Jamie: Wow.

Amanda: The loser I told you who dumped me? He was a basketball player. If I wanted any face time, I had to shoot hoops. I shouldn't do any strenuous exercise yet.

Jamie: When did you get released?

Amanda: A little bit ago.

Jamie: You sure you're ok? What was the diagnosis?

Amanda: They're not really sure. Arrhythmia caused by stress, I guess. It all added up -- J.R.ís drama, no job, no cash, screwing up my best friends. You know, normal stuff. I'm glad to have my own place, at least.

Jamie: How do you like Myrtle's?

Amanda: It's not exactly the Chandler Mansion, but I can't complain. It's -- you know, it's nice.

Jamie: I have no doubt.

Amanda: It was so stupid to mess with you and Babe like that. You don't deserve it. You've been nothing but nice to me. Fresh start?

Jamie: Yeah.

Amanda: I have to play some one-on-one sometime. Be sure to bring some cash.

Di: Jamie. Glad I tracked you down. Have you got a minute?

Amanda: No worries. I was on my way out, anyway. Jamie, thank you.

Di: You do know that girl is trouble, right?

Jamie: Yeah, mostly because of your son. So why don't you worry about him and leave me the hell alone.

[J.R. mumbles as he regains consciousness bound and gagged in a red convertible.]

Babe: All right. Now we can be reasonable. Look, I'm sorry that you went and bumped your head, but this is the only way that I could get your sorry self to listen. So you better get ready for an earful, because we are going to end this. Everyone knows it needs be done except you and your dad.

[J.R. mumbles]

Babe: All right, J.R., let me lay this one out for you. I made a big mistake, huge, the biggest of my life. I hurt people that I loved, and I lost my best friend, and I took our son and left you thinking that he was dead. It was horrible. And no matter what you did to me -- and there was a lot -- excuses it. And I know that. I did what I thought was best for my son. But in the end, you won. You did, and I lost my son, the only reason that I was even doing any of it in the first place. And I didn't do it to hurt you or for revenge. It really was for him. But now you have him, and I'm going to pay for my mistakes every single day that he's not with me.

[J.R. mumbles]

Babe: Yes, I know, you hate my guts. You want me to disappear. I get that. What I don't get is this 24/7 vendetta that you got going on, J.R. You've got the money, you've got the power, you've got the choices. You have our son, and now you have your mother. I was hoping that you could see those are the things to live life for. What I don't understand is why you got to dump on Jamie so badly. He's your brother.

[J.R. mumbles]

Babe: You have everything, J.R.! I don't get this. I mean why come down on Jamie so hard? What is it that you want from us? What do you want from me?

[Babe removes the kerchief from J.R.ís mouth.]

J.R.: You twisted little wench. Do you realize what I'm going to do to you? Hmm?

[Babe gives J.R. a passionate kiss.]

J.R.: Ah! Ah! You little skank. What, is Jamie not good enough for you?

Babe: He is more than enough for me. Is that what this is all about? Is it because Jamie has something that once belonged to you, something that you can't even have anymore?

J.R.: Who would want you, Babe? You're as dumb as a stump and about as good in bed.

Babe: Oh, but you used to like my tricks in bed.

J.R.: Do you realize what the judge is going to say when she hears about this, you wacked-out psycho? You're going to be lucky if you see our son at his retirement party!

Babe: This is going to end, one way or another.

J.R.: No, no, it's too late now.

Babe: Somewhere in there is the guy that I once loved with all my heart.

J.R.: He's dead. Dead as your chances of being happy with Jamie.

Babe: And what are your chances of being happy? Does this make you happy, J.R.?

Josh: Bad time?

Di: Jamie, I've always considered you my son just as much as J.R.

Jamie: That family went away a long time ago.

Di: Yeah, but it doesn't have to be over. Here.

[Di hands Jamie a bottle of water.]

Jamie: Together forever, gone forever. I don't really know you.

Di: I'm the same woman that helped to raise you. I haven't forgotten you, Jamie.

Jamie: Well, you don't have to worry about me now. I'm old enough to have my own family to take care of.

Di: How's that going?

Jamie: Oh, your son J.R. is doing his best to obliterate it.

Di: You know, people can change. Maybe we can't go back to the way we were, but we can find a better place to be in.

Jamie: Well, how would you have me make it better? Lie down and take it, give up? Break up with Babe just so J.R. feels better?

Di: I'm not asking you to give up anything. Families are about compromise.

Jamie: I won't do it. I can't do it. And there is nothing that you can do about it. You came back too late.

Sam: Oh, man, I shouldn't have said that. I'm really sorry.

Lily: You may think I don't know how to do things, but you're wrong.

Sam: No, that's not what I meant.

Lily: I know lots of things.

Sam: Lily, remember? You're the smartest girl I know.

Lily: Zach wants to help us, Sam. Why won't you believe me when I tell you that?

Sam: The only thing that guy has done is lie, since he screwed over my dad and got with my mom.

Lily: That's not true. Zach wants to help us now.

Sam: The only person he wants to help is himself.

Lily: If you don't want to believe me, I'll go, and I won't come back.

Sam: Lily, come on, don't go. Let's just figure this out.

Lily: Don't touch! Don't touch!

Sam: Oh, God, I'm sorry.

Lily: Never mind!

Sam: Lily -- Lily, come on.

Lily: Never mind! Never mind.

Sam: Damn it!

Lily: Never mind, never mind.

Zach: Lily? I'm sorry if I caused any problems between you and Sam.

Lily: Never mind. It's not your fault, it's Samís. I'm not wrong.

Zach: You been talking to Kendall again? Let me give you a ride. Come on.

Simone: I checked the boathouse. No Greenlee.

Kendall: No, no. Check this out.

[Sharing a blanket with three tots in the park, Greenlee plays a game with them.]

Greenlee: Should I tap Lucy or should I tap Steven? I don't know! Duck. Duck. Duck. Duck. Goose! Ah! You got me, you got me, you got me! You come here, I'm going to tickle you. I'm going to tickle all of you!

Josh: He giving you trouble? Need me to put him in his place?

Babe: That won't be necessary. He's my ex.

Josh: A woman with a past.

J.R.: Will you call the cops? Thanks.

Josh: We met once, man, but I don't know you any more than the next guy. I do know her, and if she dressed you up like a mechanic's S&M doll, she must have a good reason.

J.R.: Oh, come on, man, you can't be that stupid.

Josh: I see why you divorced him.

J.R.: Oh, my God, will you just take him upstairs already? I'm spilling my motor oil all over here. What, you got another one in line, Babe?

Babe: There's no need to insult our guests.

J.R.: You just wait. Assault, battery. I've got you cold.

Babe: J.R., how about you get on home to our son? Probably misses his daddy.

J.R.: Watch it.

Babe: There's no way you're going to win this one, J.R.

J.R.: Yeah? Watch me!

Josh: Do I want to know what that was all about?

Babe: I don't think you have enough time. I'm really sorry you walked in on that.

Josh: I just came by to drop off the check.

Babe: Check for what?

Josh: Jamie's car. My car now. He sold it to me.

Babe: What? Why? He loves this car.

Josh: He loves you more. He sold it to pay for your wedding.

Babe: Oh, God. This just keeps getting worse and worse.

Di: You have every right to be upset. I'm sorry for everything J.R. has done to you.

Jamie: Well, you weren't there for most of it.

Di: But I'm part of the problem. You did a great job on my car. The brakes feel fine now.

Jamie: Well, I'm pretty good at it. Thanks to J.R., that's what I do now.

Di: I haven't done a very good job with you since I've been back. I haven't reached out nearly enough. That's going to change. And -- and I promise to keep trying to work on J.R.

Jamie: Thanks.

Di: I never stopped loving you, Jamie.

Jamie: I'll see you at the christening.

Jack: So, is the coast clear?

Erica: Yes, it's fine.

Jack: Hey, come here. Everything all right with Kendall?

Erica: Oh, nothing unusual. Boy, things are piling up here. I mean, the closer we get to the premiŤre, just things are moving. Here are the plans for the new opening. What do you think? What? Jack, what is it?

Jack: Took your advice. I told her that I loved her, and that I was very happy for her.

Erica: And it didn't help?

Jack: Actually, it -- it did. She showed me the sonogram. I couldn't really make much out, but she did seem more at peace than any time since Ryan died.

Erica: Well, then everything should be fine. Why don't you look fine? Jack, something is very wrong. Tell me.

Greenlee: You can't go running around with your shoes untied.

Simone: Let's go join her.

Kendall: No. No, no, no, just give her a minute.

Greenlee: No self-respecting duck, duck, goose player goes around with their shoes untied. So what do you do, the bunny ears or the swoop thing?

Boy: Bunny ears.

Greenlee: Bunny ears? Ok, let me see if I remember. You make ears and then tie them together. Can't go running around making turf sandwiches. All the little girls will laugh at you. When I was little, we had Velcro. All right, you're all set. What's your name again?

Boy: It's Cade. It's my dad's name, too.

Greenlee: Hmm. It's a very nice name. Your daddy must love you very much, doesn't he?

Greenlee: Come on. Thanks for the games, guys. You're such tough competitors. I need to go. Better head in soon. Looks like it's going to storm. Bye.

Woman: Come on, let's go.

Greenlee: I just needed to remember. I'm ok now. I'm going to head in.

Kendall: Not without us.

Simone: No. Come on.

[As a thunderclap booms, a pensive Sam picks up his dad's shirt and heads inside, unaware that someone is watching him.]

Di: It sounded like something was up on the phone. What's wrong?

J.R.: Nothing. I had some issues today, for good reason, but it's all over now.

Di: I wanted to talk to you about Jamie.

J.R.: No, there's nothing to talk about. It's settled with Jamie.

Babe: He said he'd marry me no matter what.

Josh: Get ready for the wedding of your dreams. He was dead set on making it happen for you.

Babe: No. Here, take it back. There's not going to be a wedding.

[Jamie walks in.]

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

Babe (to Jamie): Are you with me because you love me or to stick it to J.R.?

J.R. (to Di): Thanks for coming back from the dead to take my side, Mom.

Aidan (to Amanda): What exactly are you doing here?

Lily (to Zach): I won't tell anyone that I saw Ryan.

Kendall (to Lily): What did you say?

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