All My Children Transcript Monday 8/15/05
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Proofread by Gisele
Tad's voice: I think somebody is out to kill you.
Di (on her cell phone): As long as I'm alive, it'll stay our best-kept secret. But if anything happens to me or anyone I care about, the whole world will know what I know. You understand?
J.R.: Mom? What are you so freaked out about?
Krystal: Here you go, Adam. Now's your chance. Come get it while it's hot.
Adam: Sounds good to me.
Krystal: What the hell?
Adam: What the hell, what the -- what are you doing here?
Krystal: Well, I was telling you before you started to fluff my pillows --
Adam: I did nothing of the kind.
Krystal: Oh, and your hand was where?
Adam: Get out of here!
Krystal: No, no, no, we're going to stick to the point. Now is your chance, Adam. You can keep me from killing your son for what he's doing to my daughter.
Babe: Honey, hey, I'm glad you're home, but Josh -- he came by to see if you changed your mind about the car.
Josh: Yeah, Babe said it was still a no-go.
Jamie: Nice try, guys. What else did I miss?
Jamie: Yeah, it looks like nothing. How about you two figure out an answer while I go clean up?
Babe: Honey, everything's ok. It really is nothing.
Josh: Asking me to have sex with you is nothing?
Babe: Would you zip it? You got it all wrong, ok?
Josh: Jamie had to do something to make --
Jamie: So, the car deal is off. Why are you here?
Josh: To find out what you did to her.
Erica: How is Greenlee? Is she better? Is there any change?
Jack: Well, she won't eat. She barely speaks.
Erica: She needs some time.
Jack: Yeah. It's like something's missing inside. It's like nothing matters anymore.
Erica: We're going to help her.
Jack: Yeah. You don't suppose Kendallís right? I mean, without Ryan's baby, is Greenlee really lost?
Greenlee: Stop making me say it, Kendall. You can't give me my baby back.
Kendall: Not the baby that you lost. Another one. Your baby with Ryan -- I can give it to you. Your baby, my belly. I give birth for you. You have your child.
Greg: Excuse me. I hope I'm not intruding.
Erica: Well, no, no, of course not. I mean, we're just going around and around in circles trying to figure out how to help Greenlee. I mean, this is killing us to see her like this.
Jack: Well, the worst is over as far as I'm concerned. I just wish Greenlee would see that.
Greg: Well, all she sees now is her loss, but that will change.
Erica: But it seems that she doesn't even want to be reached, and we don't want to see her slip away any further.
Greg: Well, maybe she doesn't have to.
Erica: What do you mean?
Greg: Greenlee doesn't have to carry her child. Maybe someone else can do that for her.
Greenlee: How can you say such twisted garbage? Did you expect me to fall for something like this?
Kendall: Hey, all right, listen. Let's slow down, ok? Listen to what I'm saying to you. I just told you that I would carry your baby, yours and Ryan's baby.
Greenlee: You must really hate me to stick pins in me like this. I mean, I've done a lot to you, but aren't we even yet?
Kendall: No, no, Greenlee, we were even a long time ago.
Greenlee: Were you really going to lie to me about carrying my baby to make me feel better? That's just wrong. I'm supposed to get all upbeat and hopeful and not notice you toting around a bag of sugar or that pregnancy pooch you used with Bianca.
Kendall: Greenlee, do you honestly think that after all the hell you've been through, I would sit here and try to play you?
Greenlee: Enough. Ryan's child will never be a part of this world. Just stop it.
Kendall: Greenlee, come on, I'm not an idiot. I wouldn't try to fake a pregnancy -- again. Listen, I talked to Dr. Madden. We have Ryan's sperm, your eggs, and my womb. This is actually possible.
Greenlee: This is for real? Dr. Madden said it could work?
Greenlee: Someone else could carry my baby with Ryan, and you're volunteering?
Kendall: Yeah, I mean, you're my best friend. Now you're my sister. If you would just stop attacking me, we could actually do this.
Greenlee: Big leap of faith you expect me to take.
Kendall: Yeah, well, you'll thank me next year when you pull up a high chair at Thanksgiving dinner.
Greenlee: To risk like that again, to hope like that again, I just don't think I can go through it.
Kendall: Yes, yes, Greenlee, yes, you can. Come on. You are the ultimate risker. You're the risk taker. You live on pure hope and confidence. That's who you are.
Greenlee: Ryan used to say he loved that about me.
Kendall: Your child will say the exact same thing. So, will you let me do it?
Di: J.R., honey, how are you?
J.R.: Don't act like nothing's up.
Di: It's just -- it's just this house. It works on my nerves.
J.R.: You're the one who talked me into staying here.
Di: Well, and you -- you should. Your father needs you.
J.R.: And what about you? No, there's something you're not telling me.
Di: Well, you know, I should get a place for myself, all for myself.
J.R.: No, Mom, try again.
Di: Well, it is crazy to try and put all of these personalities under one roof.
J.R.: This isn't about Dad or this place being too crowded. This is because I didn't make nice with Babe and Jamie, isn't it?
Di: I don't belong here. This is your father's house.
J.R.: Is this some sort of threat that you're trying to hang over my head, make me afraid of losing you, so I'll stay in line?
Di: No. It is just the opposite. I don't want you to lose me, I don't want to lose you, but things happen no matter how hard you try.
J.R.: Now, that sounds like a warning. Something's up. I know what it is.
Adam: You threaten my son again, and I'll snap you like a twig.
Krystal: You can snap all you want. I am not backing down until I find a way to help my baby doll.
Adam: Wasn't it enough that I got you out of prison? For a girl living over a garage, your daughter has a lot of needs.
Krystal: Oh, no. No, she doesn't. All she needs is her son and the man that she loves. Now, I, on the other hand -- I need a good old magic bullet, preferably right through J.R.ís thick skull.
Adam: J.R. is protecting his son, the one your trollop of a daughter stole from him.
Krystal: No, no, J.R. is protecting nobody. This is about payback. So tell me, tell me -- what's it going to take to get J.R. to ease off of Jamie and Babe?
Adam: Oh, there's not enough money in the world.
Krystal: No, no, name it. Name it. Huh? Maybe -- maybe Winnie needs some backup, huh? I'll press your jammies. I'll even butter your toast.
Adam: Butter my -- what? Get out.
Krystal: It's going to take a lot more than feathers to get me to back down.
Adam: Thanks to you and your daughter, I have no pull whatsoever with my son, no control.
Krystal: Oh, honey, you lost control of J.R. years ago, big man.
Adam: You screwed up everything when you claimed that Dixie was Di. And my siding with you killed any chance I have of getting through to my son.
Krystal: So everybody thinks you're a first-rate jerk. What's new?
Adam: And no one is listening to me when I know that Di is pretending to be Dixie, pretending to have been Di pretending to be Dixie.
Krystal: Oh, come on now. Di's not pretending to be Dixie.
Adam: Forget it. The point is the woman is not Dixie. I know that. And if I'm going to keep and have any credence at all with my son, then we have to find out who the woman is once and for all.
Krystal: So you are suggesting another recon mission?
Adam: Yeah, Haywardís secret, which you're supposed to be finding out.
Krystal: I'm working on that.
Adam: Oh, you are, by showing up here uninvited and distinctly unwelcomed in my bedroom?
Krystal: Well, I certainly wouldn't show up if I were invited and welcome.
Adam: Well, that's a relief. Now, about your $10,000 assignment --
Krystal: I do not have time to worry about David or Dixie. My daughter is about to throw her whole life away any second now.
Babe: Josh -- he got it all messed up. I tried to tell him. He thought that I was calling off the wedding, because of something you did, and he dumped all these wacky wrong conclusions, and he made everything your fault.
Jamie: So why is it any of your business?
Josh: Only looking out for a friend here.
Jamie: Oh, she's fine.
Babe: Absolutely. You know, it was really sweet of you to get involved and everything, but you just -- you really picked up on the wrong signals.
Jamie: Whatever you think you know about us, you don't.
Josh: I only know what I was told.
Babe: You know, I'm really sorry that I got you involved. This is -- this is our drama.
Jamie: So that would be your cue for an exit.
Babe: You know, forget it, all of it. Just consider me a few beers short of a six-pack.
Josh: You're sure you're ok? There's nothing I can do?
Josh: Fine. Sorry about the mix-up. I'll see you later.
Jamie: So where do we stand, Babe? With the fact that you're still trying to call off the wedding or with that guy that obviously wants you?
Jack: You're not suggesting a surrogate?
Greg: It is an option. We still have some of Mr. Lavery's sample. Well, given Greenlee's circumstances, I think someone else carrying the child is an option.
Greenlee: Risks? Leaps? That's not for me.
Kendall: What? Are you -- you're kidding me, right? Greenlee, come on, you swung from a trapeze.
Greenlee: I almost swung right off the building.
Kendall: Yes, but I caught you, so let me catch you again. Come on, Greenlee, what is happening to you?
Greenlee: Isn't it obvious?
Kendall: This child that you were carrying -- it gave you hope, and now I'm offering you a second chance for that hope.
Greenlee: Maybe I'm not meant to have that chance.
Kendall: Did they get to you? Is that what this is about? Are you buying into all of that "this was all for the best" crap? Is that why you don't want Ryan's baby anymore?
Jack: Have you mentioned surrogacy to Greenlee at all?
Greg: Well, I haven't made her aware of all of her options, not yet.
Jack: Good, because if you so much as think of talking to her about this, I will make your life a misery. It'll be lawsuit after lawsuit --
Erica: Jack, really, there's no need to threaten --
Greg: Greenlee is an intelligent young woman. She is perfectly capable of researching all of the options on her own.
Jack: Just don't try me. I guarantee you, you will regret it.
Greenlee: I want Ryan's baby more than I've ever wanted anything.
Kendall: Well, enough to let me go through with this?
Greenlee: Do you think you could really do this? I mean, it's a big deal. It's not like borrowing a purse. It changes your whole life.
Kendall: So what? It's only nine months.
Greenlee: Nine months is a long time. Where were we nine months ago?
Kendall: Nowhere pretty.
Greenlee: You really think you're ready for that?
Kendall: I don't know. Yeah, maybe -- maybe you're right. Maybe -- maybe I can't.
Greenlee: I understand. I could never let you borrow my shoes, much less my uterus.
Kendall: Well, maybe -- maybe it was just a bad idea for me to bring this up for both of us.
Greenlee: You're right. I will never have Ryan's baby. I just have to accept that and move on.
Kendall: I guess. Yeah, yeah. It's too crazy.
Greenlee: Another one of our infamous plans that would never work. But it's actually not that crazy.
Kendall: No, it's just a little crazy. Not terrible crazy, just a little crazy.
Greenlee: And huge and gigantic and life-changing.
Kendall: But, technically, it's not crazy.
Greenlee: I should take you up on it just to see you fat.
Kendall: I should go through with it just to make you owe me.
Greenlee: We could never actually do it.
Kendall: Could we?
Babe: Hey, Josh isn't a problem. He's a friend.
Jamie: He said we were history.
Babe: And he did stand downstairs and hear me call off the wedding.
Jamie: You've gone as far as you can with this, Babe. You called off our engagement, but I'm not giving up on us. So knock it off. I know better. All this BS about us splitting up is over. It's done.
Babe: I'm not going to argue anymore.
Jamie: I don't want to waste another second on this, ok? We're getting married, we're supposed to be happy.
Babe: You will be happy, Jamie. I promise.
Jamie: There's nothing else you can do to get rid of me.
Babe: You have so much love and trust in your heart, Jamie Martin. It blows me away.
Jamie: It's easy because you feel the same way. So we're all set?
Babe: We're all set.
Krystal: My daughter is this close to ending up with less than she started with, which is precious little.
Adam: More than she deserves.
Krystal: And she wouldn't be in this position if your son had an ounce of compassion.
Adam: You can't blame J.R. because your drink-slinging diva lost her free ride.
Krystal: You can take a free ride to a shark tank, Adam! This isn't about that, it's about love. Yeah, yeah, love -- you know, that thing that you wish your money could buy? Love is all that matters to Babe. Do you realize that? She loved your son once.
Adam: Her loss.
Krystal: Yeah. Now she's about to lose everything. It's like it used to be easy, you know, when she was little. All I had to do was kiss the boo-boo, pat her on the backside, send her back out into the game. But now I -- I can't stop this and I -- I can't fix it.
Adam: What are you doing? Stop -- stop that.
Krystal: What are you babbling on about?
Adam: This -- that thing you're doing.
Krystal: What, defending my daughter?
Adam: No, this crying thing.
Adam: No, stop it. Just stop it this instant!
Krystal: I don't cry, ok? So you can just take that nasty lie back right this second.
J.R.: I don't blame you for not being around to help me.
Di: Well, you have every right to.
J.R.: It's time that you trusted me. No matter how screwed up things get, remember, you came back. You're here with us now.
Di: And I hope I will be for a long time.
J.R.: Well, we have each other, and we have Little Adam, and that is good enough for me.
Di: Me, too.
J.R.: Look, I'm going to go to bed. You coming?
Di: I'm going to catch a little more fresh air. You give that sweet boy a kiss for me, though.
J.R.: Ok. Good night.
Di: Good night.
Aidan: Enjoying your freedom?
Di: You scared the daylights out of me.
Aidan: You're scared of a hell of a lot more than losing J.R.ís trust -- like maybe your life.
Erica: Jack? Jack, listen, why don't you go out for some air or a cup of coffee -- I mean, anything -- and let me talk to Greg, please, and then I'll see you in a minute.
Erica: Greg, Jack is obviously distraught about his daughter, Greenlee. He wants to do everything he can to help her. Unfortunately, he took it out on you.
Greg: I come across all sorts of attitudes in my line of work, but I wouldn't let it stop me helping someone whose life I can change for the better.
Erica: I appreciate that. And you've been wonderful with Greenlee in spite of the circumstances of her situation. Obviously, you've found your calling.
Greg: I never thought of doing anything else.
Erica: Well, Jack thought that his calling was law, but obviously it turns out to be his children.
Greg: Well, we can both appreciate that, I'm sure.
Erica: Jack loves Greenlee, and he clearly knows her better than you do.
Greg: I'm her doctor. I'm not a family member. I can only help Greenlee with her medical choices.
Erica: I had such high hopes for Greenlee and Ryan and that baby. I mean, they had such a rough year. And that baby -- I thought the baby was a blessing. Obviously, I was wrong. I mean, I know this sounds like such an empty platitude, but I do believe things happen for a reason.
Greg: Greenlee lost that fetus because of an autoimmune condition. Her body treated the pregnancy the same way it would treat a splinter. No more or less profound than that.
Erica: A man of science. I'm the first to admit I am a woman of emotion.
Greg: Well, you won't mind if I stick with science, will you?
Erica: The baby that Greenlee lost -- that was a connection for her to Ryan, and to something very beautiful and very complicated and obviously just destined not to be.
Greg: Every pregnancy is different, Erica. Different people, different circumstances, and different outcomes.
Erica: I know I was very happy when I became pregnant with Bianca, but it certainly was not always that way. There was another time where the situation was not such a joyous occasion, and I don't mean my daughter, Kendall. I had another pregnancy but no baby. Why are you looking at me like that?
Kendall: All right, ok, this is really freaking me out right now, and -- yeah, ok, I can't do this.
Greenlee: Whoa. Somebody spent some money on some candy. What is all this?
Kendall: Oh, I don't know. I really have no idea what it is, I just know I need it.
Greenlee: Since when did you become a stress eater?
Kendall: This is a new development, since I realized I might actually be -- ugh -- eating for two people.
Greenlee: You got to keep your strength up for the pregnancy.
Kendall: Stop, stop. Please stop talking about that, ok? I might have to go raid the whole vending machine. I wish they took credit cards.
Greenlee: I used to love these as a kid!
Kendall: You can have them. They're yours.
Greenlee: Thank you.
Kendall: For what?
Greenlee: Helping me see that there's a world out there. Hope again. Do you realize what you're offering? I could count your stretch marks the same way that you were going to count mine.
Kendall: You can name each and every one.
Greenlee: Ken-lee, Green-dall.
Kendall: Thank you for reveling in my humiliation.
Greenlee: It's not humiliation. Some people say it's beautiful.
Kendall: Yeah, I'll remember that when I'm rubbing cocoa butter all over them.
Greenlee: I'll buy you some as a present.
Kendall: You sound like you really want to do this.
Greenlee: I do.
Babe: Josh, hey. What can I get you?
Josh: I'd like a tall glass of revenge sex to go, on the rocks.
Di: I get scared when people jump out of the bushes at me.
Aidan: Sorry, love, but that's not very convincing. You were scared of who could be jumping out of the bushes.
Di: Don't you have a job to do somewhere?
Aidan: Yeah. I'm doing it right now.
Di: Oh, so Tad dragged you into this. He said he was dropping it. He's so paranoid.
Aidan: You're in trouble, because you know something that you shouldn't, and there's an easy fix for that. You can tell me everything about your ex and his business.
Di: I don't know anything. Never did. How do you think I ended up in the Pennsylvania State Miss Congeniality Contest?
Aidan: Because you're a smart woman.
Di: Aidan, don't you think if a little bit of gut-spilling would've kept me a free woman, I would've done it?
Aidan: No, unless telling the truth would've landed you in a worse place than a prison cell. There's only one way out.
Di: Trust you and Tad? No, I'll -- I'll stick with Adam.
Aidan: Just let us take care of this person that's got you so twitchy. That way you don't have to jump at every noise you hear in the dark.
Adam: Go on, go on, take it. Don't stand there and lie to me, woman. You're -- you're crying over your --
Krystal: I do not cry.
Adam: Oh, well, maybe it's raining on your face.
Krystal: Even if I did have waterworks to turn on, I certainly wouldn't do it in front of you.
Adam: Well, that's what I thought. Probably the only thing I've ever admired about you, Krystal.
Krystal: Yeah, and your taste is in your elbow!
Adam: Ooh, ooh, that's the one I like. That's what I like -- your steadfast refusal to admit weakness. Hmm, except for this pathetic display, of course.
Krystal: Is it weakness to love your daughter? Is it pathetic, huh, to wish for her a world that she is safe in, to want her things that you don't even have the guts to dream about? Is that weakness?
Adam: All right, all right. You're not weak. You're not -- you're not crying. My $30,000 roof has sprung a leak on your head. Here, pull yourself together.
Krystal: Oh, baby doll. What am I going to do about you?
Babe: So that's the whole story. I've done some really bad things, and I can't pretend that I didn't give J.R. and the rest of them plenty of reason to hate me. But I don't need to hear from you how horrible I was. I already know.
Josh: I don't know you very well, but what I do know -- you must have had your reasons for doing all that.
Babe: That's not the point. I'm getting everything that I deserve, and I can handle that, but it doesn't need to be coming down on Jamie, too. You have no idea what he's done for me. And if it wouldn't have been for me, he never would've been involved, and now he's giving up everything.
Josh: Oh, I get it. So instead of revenge sex, it's "Save Jamie from a horrible life with you" sex.
Babe: No. It's "Jamie deserves to be a doctor and get everything that comes with that."
Josh: The life you're holding him back from?
Babe: Actually, J.R. is the one holding him back, but, yeah, it is because of me.
Josh: Very noble, selfless.
Babe: Well, it doesn't feel so noble. It sucks.
Josh: Of course it does. It's totally insane. Have you been drinking behind the bar before noon, or are you this crazy to begin with?
Babe: You'll never understand. You already said it yourself -- you've never been in love.
Josh: Being in love means helping the other person, not drop-kicking their insides out.
Babe: Well, I am in love with two men -- Jamie and my son. And the day that I told Jamie I love him -- it's second only to the day that my son was born. And now neither one of them has gotten their happy ending, at least not yet. And I will get my son back someday, and I'm never going to stop fighting for him, but in the meantime, I can at least fight for Jamie to help him --
Josh: To help him get what he deserves.
Josh: So I've heard.
Babe: So if you're serious about the sex thing, you let me know. Will you do it for Jamie? Will you do it for me?
Erica: I so rarely even discuss that time of my life. I mean, I was very young, and the pregnancy was a big mistake, and it was a very private decision and a very difficult one.
Greg: And I'm sure it was also very difficult for some people to understand.
Erica: Yes, exactly. Later I made another choice, and that choice was Bianca. And so maybe -- maybe after a while, Greenlee will feel free to make all sorts of choices.
Greg: Greenlee is still capable of making those decisions.
Erica: But for now, Greg, please, please respect her father's wishes. Please don't broach the topic of Ryan's baby with her.
Greg: All right. You have my word. Greenlee won't hear about it from me.
Greenlee: As much as I want to, I can't ask you to do this.
Kendall: Ok, now who's doing the bait-and-switch here? What, do you want me to beg you to use my womb? No, I'm not going to beg you.
Greenlee: I'm not asking you to beg. It's just we haven't always been friends, even in the loosest of terms.
Kendall: Well, we -- we were there together in that cave. I was there when you lost Ryan, when I lost him, too. We've had so many ups and downs, we've gone through so many things, but yet somehow we always end up still talking and asking each other for help.
Greenlee: And getting it even when the other person doesn't ask. The night that I lost Ryan, the only thing that got me through was his baby. And you.
Kendall: We've gone through a lot together, through lots of different men. They've left us. We drove them away. They --
Greenlee: Died. You can say it.
Kendall: Maybe this is how it's supposed to be in the end for the two of us.
Greenlee: Ryan would be so happy to know that you're here with me.
Kendall: You know how I felt about Ryan. I loved him. And I gave that up so the two of you could be happy together. So if there's any way that I can bring the love that the two of you had and keep it alive, then I'm here.
Greenlee: You said you couldn't imagine loving anyone enough to carry a child.
Kendall: Well, maybe now I can.
Josh: Look, Babe, have you considered there might be other ways to help Jamie?
Babe: Sex with some guy to make Jamie suffer and dump me? It wasn't exactly my first choice. Who do you think I am?
Josh: I think you're desperate.
Babe: And you're right.
Josh: Jamie will hate you.
Babe: It'll be horrible, but he'll recover, as does everyone when they get their heart broken. He'll move on.
Josh: You sure you want him to do that?
Babe: Without me? God, no, but I have to.
Josh: There's that "have to" stuff again.
Babe: Do you realize I am a burden with enough baggage that I could open my own line? I have a son who I love so dearly that's trapped with this ex that won't stop bringing it down on Jamie. It's enough for one person to bear. I just need to suck it up and do the deed and make Jamie crazy for his own good.
Josh: You're a trip.
Babe: So is that a yes? Will you do it?
Josh: Hell, no. This reeks of trouble, and I am so out of it.
Babe: Maybe you're right. Maybe I am crazy. Do you think we could just forget I even said any of this? It's a little embarrassing, kind of stupid. And I -- I better get back to work. There's a lot of empty glasses.
Di: I mean it, Aidan. As much as I'd love to tell you what you want to hear and make you go away, I got nothing, nada.
Aidan: Well, I'd love to completely believe you, but you've proven yourself very good at hiding things.
Di: So good, I got called out and hurt my family.
Aidan: Are you afraid you might hurt them again?
Di: No one's getting hurt.
Aidan: Well, I can't force you, but J.R.ís right about one thing. You shouldn't move out, you should stay here. Because here you have a security system and people around you, and you have me. It's not like a public place, it's not like a bank or being in a car.
Di: Oh, just lock myself up in Chandler tower and not come out? That I won't do.
Aidan: It's the safest place you can be. And then when you're ready to talk --
Di: Yeah, I'll call you first. Why don't you go on home, call it a night?
Aidan: If you insist.
Krystal: You know what just occurred to me? I finally get at least one thing about you. You love your son just as much as I love my daughter.
Adam: The rest of the world be damned.
Krystal: Yeah. And the thing is, is we can't do a darn thing to -- to help our kids.
Adam: I can't tell you how many times I've asked myself if there wasn't something, something more that could be done.
Krystal: Well, if I had a nickel for every stupid thing I did in the name of my daughter --
Adam: Yeah. You wouldn't have had to have my 10 grand, would you?
Krystal: Yeah. You got that right.
Adam: Well, the fact of the matter is all our devotion did nothing for us or our children.
Krystal: Yeah. Well, here's to drinking with the enemy.
Adam: Better than the alternative.
J.R.: Well, it's finally happened, Dad. You've hit rock bottom.
Di: It's me. Did you give him the message? So he knows I'm not talking, right? He'll back off? Good. Keep it that way.
Adam: Son, it's not what you think.
J.R.: Oh, please. My retinas are burning.
Krystal: Can it, Junior.
J.R.: Two words, Dad -- "Brandy" and "Candy." I'll go get the number for you. Oh -- no offense, Krystal. I'm sure you taught Babe everything she knows.
Krystal: You'll get yours, J.R.
J.R.: Yep. Just like her daughter.
Babe: So why haven't you come in here before?
Man: Stupid, I guess.
Babe: Yeah, looks like it.
Man: Are you busy later?
Babe: Yeah, I'm afraid so.
Man: My loss.
Babe: But I've got a night off in a day or two. What do you think?
Man: Looks like it's my lucky night.
[Josh imitates buzzer]
Josh: Wrong answer. She's got a date with me.
Jack: Sorry about that. I got a little bit excited.
Erica: Oh, it's so understandable.
Jack: It's just this idea of Greenlee pursuing this insanity about Ryan's baby, it's just --
Erica: I spoke to Greg. He swore to me that he would not bring up the subject of Ryan's baby with her.
Jack: Thank God. Thank you. You know, I'd like to -- I'd like to check on her.
Erica: I'll join you.
Jack: I just want to make sure that Dr. Madden has kept his word, he's not filling her head with ideas about babies.
Greenlee: They'll think we're crazy.
Kendall: Well, how is that different from any other day?
Greenlee: I don't want to deal with everyone on this.
Kendall: Ok, all right, whatever you want.
Greenlee: So we'll keep it between us for a while?
Kendall: Yeah, my lips are sealed as long as you want them to be.
Greenlee: It may be a long time.
Kendall: Hey, if I can fake pregnancy, I can fake not being pregnant.
Greenlee: I promise not to rip your clothes off this time.
Greenlee: No need to show the stretch marks.
Kendall: Thank you so much for your concern.
Greenlee: Thank you for everything.
Kendall: A world without Ryan and Ryan's baby doesn't make sense.
Greenlee: And as crazy as this is, it makes all the sense in the world.
Erica: She's back.
Jack: Looks like it. I don't know what Kendall did, but I'll never be able to thank her enough.
Kendall: Ok, so how does this sound? You -- egg mommy, real mommy. Me -- birth mommy, godmommy. Deal?
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Tad (to Di): I flew to Bangkok to make sure your ex-lover didn't want to kill you.
Di: Give it up. Does he?
Amanda (to Josh and Babe: What are you guys up to, and where do I come in?
Ryan (to Erin): Just one last thing that we need to clear up.
Greenlee (to Kendall): I know this is a huge sacrifice for you. If you're not ok with this, I'll understand.
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