All My Children Transcript Monday 9/19/05
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Tad: There's no reason for you to be afraid. All you have to do is tell me who's after Julia. Dixie, I know you're scared. I'm sure the thought of mentioning this guy's name is petrifying, but I'm right here. It took a miracle to get you back. I'm not about to let you go all over again.
Babe: Mama? Mama? Where the -- no note, no message? Where the heck did you go? And with your suitcase?
[As Babe searches through Krystal's belongings at the motel, Jamie appears in the doorway.]
Babe: I thought when you inherited gobs of money, you got to drive past the exit marked "ghetto."
Jamie: Do you really think you're fooling J.R.? That this time it's going to be different? He'll just play into your hands, no casualties?
Babe: The heat must be making your brain swell, Jamie. I haven't understood one word out of your mouth.
Jamie: I'm onto you. If you seriously believe you can outscam my brother, you got another thing coming. He's going to shred you so bad that they won't even recognize the pieces. As far as Little Adam goes, my brother will make you say good-bye to your son -- forever.
[Knock on door]
J.R.: Hey. Uncle Stuart. Are you ok?
Stuart: Well, yeah. I've got this strange feeling. Do you have it, too? This is not the first time. I've had this -- I've had it before, lots of times, and -- and it's always been about your father. And it isn't pretty. Do you know where he is?
J.R.: Um -- well, I think he's all right. I assume that he's just out on some business.
Stuart: Ah. Do you think it's just me? You think I'm wrong?
J.R.: Well, this weirdness that you're feeling -- well, it could have to do with me. I think I might need your help.
Singer: My old friend whiskey helped me out again last night
Krystal: How's it going, Prancer? Barkeep, why don't you make my night and fix me up one of those cosmos?
Bartender: Is that one of them pink things?
Krystal: Why don't you make it a beer, huh? Tap. Light, if you got it.
Bartender: We don't.
Adam: [Southern drawl] You're looking like you've been rode hard and put away dead.
Singer: I went on down to the wagon wheel to hear the country band, ordered me up a shot of Jack
Mimi: Garret, wait.
Garret: That was quick. Miss me already?
Mimi: No, I just got a 911 -- homicide related to my case.
Mimi: It'll be a miracle if I'm back before dawn, so, look, don't waste money on a hotel. Why don't you just stay with Dani?
Garret: If you say so.
Garret: Wait -- hey. You be careful out there. I worry about you when you're gone.
Mimi: Listen, I will come back in one piece because nothing is going to stop me from marrying you tomorrow.
Garret: Hey. Did I startle you?
Danielle: I just wasn't expecting anyone. Mom's gone. I thought you left for the hotel.
Garret: Change of plans. I'm not staying at the hotel after all. I guess it's just you and me for my bachelor party.
Aidan: Police are on their way. Why don't you go inside and get yourself a glass of water. It's scorching hot out here. Amanda, staring at her is not going to change anything.
Amanda: I've never seen a dead person before. I mean, just minutes ago, she was sitting in SOS with us talking to you, and then she tore out of there. And then you disappeared. Did you -- you didn't kill her, did you?
[Julia listens from the secret passageway as Tad talks to Di.]
Tad: This is as real as it gets. Your letter, your words -- "In the event of my death or my disappearance." No games, no denials -- just the truth from your heart. You love me and you want me back. Do you have any idea how badly I want the same thing? A future for us, together again. I'm telling you that we can have it. Dixie, we can have all of it, but you have to trust me, you have to believe in me. I will do everything I have to. I'll do anything I have to, to keep you safe.
[Tad kisses Di.]
Tad: That's a promise.
Krystal: Oh, I could just threaten you with a pool cue for following me here.
Adam: Take it easy, Krystal. I was here first. I was well into nursing my cocktail when you sashayed in and paid your respects to Bambi’s mother on a stick up there. This is my territory.
Krystal: Oh, really? What, are you going to challenge me to a gunfight?
Adam: I fired you. I don't need you to dig up dirt on Dixie anymore. I can handle that myself. Now, why don't you just go away. Git! Vamoose.
Krystal: If you think I am taking orders from you, Clem, then you got more stuffing in your head than my mounted friend up there. Thank you. I have just as much right to investigate the former Mrs. Chandler as you do. That woman is caring for my grandbaby.
Adam: Oh. Get over it. No, you're here -- you're not here because she's taking care of Little Adam. You're here because she's taking care of Tad. I bet she's "taking care of Tad" even as we speak, so you lost this round, honey. Get over it.
Krystal: I just don't want to see him get hurt.
Adam: Why don't you go back to your crummy little motel room and cry your poor, shafted heart out and stop interfering with my progress.
Krystal: Oh, "progress"? Oh, please. You think anybody here is going to take you seriously in that getup with that accent?
Adam: What's wrong with my accent? You're forgetting I was raised right over -- right on the other side of that hill over there.
Adam: I know how to handle these yokels.
Krystal: Oh, yeah. Why don't you be sure to call them "yokels" to their faces, huh? Yeah. They'll really feel a connection then.
Adam: I don't suppose you had any luck. With that gasoline you wear as perfume, well, the beastliest of bumpkins would've cut out. But did you find anything out about Dixie’s pappy's other family? Huh? Did Ma Hunkle dispense any girl babies, one that could possibly impersonate Dixie?
Krystal: I thought we were on our own. Hmm? I don't need you, you don't need me.
Adam: Well, I guess your eau de premium unleaded blanked me out momentarily.
Krystal: Well, good. Then we're on the same page. Here's to not needing each other.
Adam: Here's to it.
Di: I meant what I wrote in that letter. I do love you, Tad. That's what I'm fighting so hard to hold on to.
Tad: We're both fighting for the same thing.
Di: I can't do what you're asking, though. I know you'd do anything to protect me, to save me. I know that, Tad, but it's not that simple.
Tad: It never is! Dixie, I'm trying to tell you if we're ever going to stand a chance of having what we want, of being together, we got to get you out from under this thing. We've admitted how we feel about one another, that we want the same thing. Do you really think this guy's name is going to change any of that?
Di: Yeah, I know it could. I know it could. I would lose you, Tad. I'd lose it all.
Tad: You're shaking. You're really terrified you're going to be killed.
Di: I'm scared of -- of a lot worse than that, Tad.
Stuart: It's your mom, isn't it? She's back and -- and you're confused. And it's a blessing that Dixie’s alive, but it's really a big shocker. And with everything else you've got going on right now -- I mean, almost losing Little Adam again in an accident? Anybody in your shoes would be confused.
J.R.: I don't think I'm confused.
Stuart: Ah. Wouldn't you like to go back to when everybody in this house was happy? Well, happier. They've never been perfect, that's for sure. Never. But it -- it didn't seem quite so gloomy then. It's been so long ago.
J.R.: Yeah. Like forever.
Stuart: Mm-hmm. Did you ever think it'd be really nice to go back to the fork in the road?
J.R.: What's done is done.
Stuart: Well, when I look back on my life, and I think about the decisions I've made, made the wrong choices, well, I -- I always wish I could go back to that fork, take the other one.
J.R.: Were you ever able to go back and start again?
Stuart: No, not really. No. But you can always -- always free to make a different choice. You can always, always have a choice. It's not just the fork. You have a choice on how you want to look at stuff. I sometimes ask myself, could I be happy for the rest of my life even if I made a big mess of it? And the answer is always yes if you understand -- if you understand just how big that "if" is. If you can admit your mistakes, then maybe the big if is really just the person has to be able to forgive and forget.
J.R.: And what if you can't?
Stuart: Well, if you can't, you can't expect any different results, can you? J.R., I know this is none of my business, but is -- is what's troubling you have anything, anything to do with Babe and Little Adam?
J.R.: No. No way. My ex-wife and I, we're completely played out. I'm clear on that. And nothing will ever change that.
Babe: You couldn't be more wrong about me and J.R. I am done playing with fire. Little Adam means too much.
Jamie: That's exactly why you'd do it. I saw how you acted with him at the hospital -- defending him, going all soft, putting your hand on his while you watched over Little A.
Babe: Our son nearly drowned. That can't bring us together for once?
Jamie: Oh, you forgot I've been here with you before, Babe. I know how your mind works. You thought if you could work me, you could work J.R. Bottom line -- you're after more time with your son. The only reason you're denying it is, because I'm onto you, and you hate it when that happens, so don't bother telling me that I'm wrong.
Babe: According to you, I don't trust you anymore, I don't love you anymore, and you feel the same way, so why do you even care?
Jamie: Because it's stupid and dangerous. And I never said I felt the same way.
Garret: I know your mom's work is exciting for her, but it takes it out of us, doesn't it? Not knowing when she'll be around, if she'll be around?
Danielle: Story of my life.
Danielle: I made a decision about New York. I won't be moving back there with you and Mom after the wedding.
Garret: Sticking it out in Pine Valley, huh? Any particular reason why?
Danielle: I like my life here. I have tons of friends, a great job at Fusion, school. Besides, me and Mom do better when we're apart anyway. She doesn't need me messing things up, and I don't need her in hover mode.
Garret: The teenager's mantra.
Danielle: I feel at home here. I don't want to leave.
Garret: Well, I can understand that. I mean, if I were you, I'd feel the same way.
Danielle: Cool. Well, the big day is tomorrow. I'm going to get ready to turn in.
Garret: Hey. I'm -- I'm real proud of you for knowing your mind and speaking it.
Mimi: Either of you tamper with the scene, touch the victim?
Aidan: Oh, well, I was thinking about changing her pose to the cameras and get her best side, but you turned up before I had the chance.
Derek: Cut the sarcasm, Devane. A woman's been murdered.
Aidan: Oh, you think I missed that detail?
Mimi: What I think is that Kirsten Woods is dead because you stuck your nose in my case and tromped all over it with your big, Special-Op clown shoes.
Aidan: Let's get real here, Captain. I didn't get this girl killed. You did. You know, the moment you saw Kirsten sitting with me, you put her at risk. You spotted her in public, and you went after her like a tornado through a trailer park. You think that was smart? How?
Mimi: Don't you dare try to put this on me. I didn't even get a chance to speak with her.
Aidan: You didn't have to. The way you charged after her, you might as well have taken out an ad saying "Kirsten Woods, this way."
Derek: Back off, Devane. Mimi was just trying to protect the woman.
Aidan: Well, a lot of good it did.
Mimi: And I don't need you running interference for me, by the way!
Derek: Fine! You want to argue? Be my guest, but do it elsewhere. I've got a crime scene to investigate.
Amanda: Everyone, stop! She's not just some piece of your puzzle, she was a person, and she was alive. When she left this place, she looked scared. Now -- now I know why. How can you all just stand here talking about her like she didn't matter?
Aidan: That's a good question, Amanda. If you need us, we'll be inside toasting the life of a young woman who didn't deserve to die.
Tad: Dixie, what could possibly be worse than death?
Di: Let's say, hypothetically, that I could name some names. I lead you right to the boss man's front door. How long do you honestly think it's going to take him to figure out who your source was?
Tad: Why would he figure out anything if the case against him was strong enough?
Tad: And even if he did know it was me, I'm a detective. It's what I do. I'm damn good at it. I could get information from tons of other sources other than you.
Di: But, Tad, I end up testifying against some man who is apparently very dangerous and very powerful in court. And my only option to survive after that is going into the same program that Julia's been living in for years. Isolated, alienated, trapped. Now, the Witness Protection Program drove Julia's husband to get himself killed, and it's driving her to risk everything she's got. And I understand why she wants to take that risk, I do. I understand being so desperate to reclaim your life. But I just got my life back, and you're asking me to sacrifice it all over again.
Jamie: How far do you plan to take this with J.R., Babe?
Babe: This conversation is over.
Jamie: New best friends? Lovers?
Babe: You think I'd let him have me then kick me out of his bed, like he did Amanda? How dumb do you think I am?
Jamie: Dumb enough to marry him, if you could actually pull that off.
Babe: I'm out of your hair, Jamie. You don't have to play the hero anymore. You don't even have to give a flip if I'm about to rollerblade into a minefield. You're off the hook. Let's just keep it that way.
Jamie: It's suicide, Babe, and it can't possibly work. Give it up, or six months from now, you'll be standing in a pile of destruction.
Babe: You think you have me all figured out. You have no idea.
Jamie: I am exactly right, and that's what's driving you crazy. You're trying to get your son back. But mark my words, you're going to wind up losing everything.
Babe: Ok, I repeat -- why do you even care? You caught me in bed with another guy, I smashed your heart with a hammer. Come on. This makes no sense at all. Are you coming back for more?
Jamie: No, let's not get confused, Babe. We're done. We both know that. But I still don't want you poking around to find out if J.R. has a darker side.
Babe: Watch my back around J.R. Point taken. You can go now. And future reference -- mind your own business, and keep your whacked ideas to yourself.
Singer: Don't come back cryin' to me
Krystal: Fill 'er up, barkeep. Oh, and give the nerd next to me another one, too, while you're at it.
Adam: What are you trying to pull?
Krystal: Would you lighten up? You just looked a little thirsty, that's all.
Adam: Well, maybe I'd trust you a little more if you'd take me into your confidence and tell me what you found out.
Krystal: All right. Just scoot those skintight britches up next to me, and I'll tell you what I know. I've been in Crow Hollow just long enough to cover all the regular hangouts, you know. Strike up a conversation with the locals.
Adam: Ah, you fished both names of the clan, right?
Krystal: Well --
Adam: Henry, as well as the unforgettable Hunkle.
Krystal: And everybody that I've quizzed doesn't know a thing about a baby girl from the Hunkle family or the Henrys or anybody.
Adam: Damn. Damn! Damn, damn.
Krystal: I know. So, what'd you get?
Adam: I went to the country clerk. We found Del’s birth records along with two of his brothers'. But no female Hunkle, or Henry, or even Kirby.
Krystal: Are you getting a whiff of what I'm smelling?
Adam: No, no. Just because there's no birth record doesn't mean Dixie’s half sister isn't parading her close-enough DNA all over Pine Valley.
Krystal: And just because you don't want to believe it, it doesn't mean that Dixie isn't Dixie.
Adam: Nonsense. Backwaters like this, kids fall through the cracks all the time. Ma Hunkle drops one down by the creek, fails to file it with the county office, and voilà -- Del’s sister don't exist.
Bartender: Willie Wurmwood, what's it gonna be?
Willie: I'll have what the lady's havin'. And I'll be paying her tab, as well, so leave it open. I'll take care of it at the end of the night.
Singer: Your new love set you free
Adam: Who is he? How do you two know each other?
Singer: Don't come knocking on my door
Krystal: Well, it's about time. I was starting to think that I got stood up.
Willie: What kind of fool do you take me for, darlin'? I've been waitin' for you my whole life.
Krystal: Well –
Amanda: Did you see that smudge on Kirsten’s chin? She had a smudge right here. I can't stop thinking about it. It's like she spent all this time getting ready this morning to look her best, do her makeup, and, even in that sad outfit, she died with this grimy mark on her chin and her mascara running. It's like I wanted to wipe it off before anybody saw it, because I knew that she would hate for anyone to see her like that. It's weird, isn't it? How weird.
Aidan: No, not at all. In fact, I think it's really nice of you to say that. I'm sorry that you saw what you saw tonight, Amanda.
Amanda: Yeah, me, too.
Mimi: Where's Tad?
Aidan: Tad is out of town.
Mimi: Care to be more specific?
Aidan: Not really. He's in one of six places, and he didn't tell me which.
Mimi: You know, I warned you to back off this case before somebody else got hurt. Now, we've got a warm body out in the alley. I'm going to lay it out for you one more time. Either you and Tad back off this investigation or the next body that we'll be hanging a toe tag on is Julia Santos-Keefer's.
Julia: Come on, Tad, she'll talk. Stay on her.
Tad: If there's enough evidence, then Mimi or the Feds or the whoever takes this --
Tad: Guy out could take out everybody that works for him. There wouldn't be any need for the Witness Protection Program because there'd be nobody left to hide from.
Di: You're being naive, Tad. So is Julia if she thinks she can single-handedly bring down this supposed empire. I won't be the one to take -- to take the fall for her one-woman crusade.
Tad: Nobody's asking you to take the fall for anything -- not Julia, not me.
Di: You know what? How is it that you're always on me about not giving Del anything?
Tad: Because Del has already taken enough. He's taken a kidney, he's taken any future we have of having another child. Isn't that enough?
Di: Well, you think I owe Julia? At least Del is family. I barely know Julia, and she's asking for a heck of a lot more than a kidney, Tad. You, J.R., Little Adam -- you are the most important things in my life. Without you, my heart will shrivel up. It'll be like I was dead. Now I have you here. I can see you, I can talk to you. I can hold you. It was a miracle I was -- I was afraid to ask for. But here we are, you know, together. I hope it'll be forever. And, Tad, I feel for Julia. I do. You're asking me to give my heart for her. I can't, Tad. I won't.
[As Danielle emerges from her shower, Garret forces open the bathroom door.]
Tad: I can't leave her hanging out there in the breeze. There's got to be a way that I can help her and keep you safe.
Tad: Look, you don't want to give me your letter, your -- your insurance policy. Maybe it's better that way. All I need is a lead. A shove in the right direction. I can take it the rest of the way. I can leave tracks that lead anywhere else but Pine Valley. I swear on my life, they won't lead to you. That way, we'd have the best of everything. Julia gets the help she needs, and you and I can start talking about "this time next year." Please, just give me something. What about Sturgess? I know you don't want to rat on him, but we've already established that he's a part of or connected to this organization, right?
Di: Kevin's not the main man. He's not the one you're after.
Tad: But he can take me to him, right?
Krystal: So this romance novel that I'm writing is set on the fictional town that's based on Crow Hollow. Now, stop me if I've told you all this before.
Willie: Oh, you got right up to the part about puttin' me in the book.
Krystal: Oh, yeah. Yeah. I'm even going to name one of the characters Willie Wurmwood.
Willie: Get out!
Krystal: Yeah. That's the impression you made on me in just one afternoon.
Willie: Well, you made quite an impression on me, too, I tell you what. Now, let's kick back, because this is the perfect place to get me to start to loosen my lips, to get me to airin' all the dirty laundry on my friends and neighbors. Believe me, what goes on within these walls stays within these walls -- kind of like a whorehouse. Or so I'm told. Being a preacher and a poet, I'm smitten with more wholesome things in life.
Krystal: Uh, well, why don't you just skip the pure and the wholesome, Willie, and just feed me the dirt, ok? You know? Just start yappin', don't hold back any of the sordid details.
Willie: All right.
Krystal: Now, what I'm most interested in is the oldest family here in Crow Hollow -- Hunkles. You said that you live next door to them.
Willie: Those Hunkle boys are bullies. The whole lot of them.
Krystal: Yeah. Yeah, that's what I heard. Anyway, I've got enough scoop on the Hunkle boys. But I am dying to know about the baby girl that was born and not really certified.
Willie: A baby girl? Well, she is alive and well and leading the most amazing life.
Danielle: You stay away from me!
Garret: I'm sorry, Dani.
Danielle: What are you still doing here?
Danielle: You came in on --
Garret: It was an accident. I heard the water shut off, and I thought you were finished in here -- obviously, incorrectly. It will never happen again. It was a mistake.
J.R.: Ah, wow. It's not even warm. What'd you two do, go at it on the floor? Guess money doesn't always buy class.
Jamie: Shut your mouth. You know damn well nothing happened here.
Babe: Why are you here? Is Little Adam ok?
J.R.: He's fine, but his mother, on the other hand --
Jamie: Why don't you get lost?
J.R.: No. Not until I find out what brought young Romeo to Juliet's 29-a-night balcony.
Jamie: Go to hell. Both of you.
J.R.: I'm still waiting. What did the doctor wannabe want?
Babe: It's none of your business.
J.R.: As executor of Aunt Phoebe's will, it is very much my business.
Babe: If it'll get you to leave. Jamie came over to tell me what an idiot I am for treating you like a human being.
Derek: My Forensics Team is working the scene, but this looks like a highly professional take-out to me.
Mimi: Look, your men can vacuum that alley from here to Grove Street, you're not going to find as much as a shoe print that we can use. Kirsten was obviously a threat to them, the kind that goes all the way up to the top. You let her get away. You let her get --
Derek: This is no way for you to be spending the night before your wedding.
Mimi: Yeah, how rude of those thugs not to hold out till I cut the cake.
Derek: You know what I mean. Why don't you go home?
Mimi: No, not a chance. I -- I want to wrap this up before Julia becomes our next victim.
Derek: Garret can't be happy you're out here, tonight of all nights.
Mimi: Look, I mean, he wouldn't have chosen this for me, but he understands the whole police lifestyle thing.
Derek: Go. Have a private life while you can. This thing's only going to get bigger from here. If I come up with anything, I'll call your cell.
Mimi: Are you sure you don't mind?
Derek: Would you just go get some rest before you get bags that upstage your dress tomorrow?
Mimi: Thank you, Derek.
Aidan: Amanda, you can let this go. It's got nothing to do with you.
Amanda: I am part of this now. I could be in danger.
Aidan: Oh, come on, you're not.
Amanda: Can I stay with you tonight?
Amanda: Well, you don't care if I get killed?
Aidan: Amanda, you're not the next target. You're not even close.
Amanda: I talked to her. I am the one that found her body.
Aidan: Were you in the wrong place at the wrong time? Yes. And whose fault is that? The point is, Amanda, you don't count in this, all right?
Amanda: You heartless jackass.
Aidan: Look, this is a wake-up call, ok? The universe telling you to get a life. One without me in it, preferably.
Jamie: Back off, Aidan. You don't need him, Amanda. You have me.
Willie: You see, she has been a spy for the government for years. That's right, that's right. She's worked on some of the biggest cases out there. She's a close, personal friend to the President of the United States. That's right, even got an office at the White House. The last I heard, she was working on a top-secret mission in the wilds of Newark, New Jersey.
Krystal: You are lying through your teeth, Wurmwood.
Willie: So? You said your book was fiction, didn't you? What difference does it make if I'm telling the truth or not? Besides, if my stories are interesting and exciting, I think you ought to use them. Hell, you don't have to pay me nothing. Just naming the hero after me will be good enough.
Krystal: Oh, come on, Willie. I'm serious. I just want to know a little bit more about this Hunkle girl.
Willie: If there was a little girl, I never saw her or heard about her.
Krystal: Well, thanks for your help, Willie.
Willie: Hey there, Thelma.
Adam: Was that a Martin rebound?
Krystal: Please. Come on. Me and that lug?
Adam: Well, you procreated with David Hayward. Nothing would surprise me after that.
Krystal: I was just trying to dig for more information on Dixie.
Adam: Ok, what'd you find?
Krystal: Nothing. Oh, come on, Adam, don't you think it's time that we give up this whole idea that Dixie is a Hunkle sibling?
Adam: Horse pucky! I know she is, and I'm going to prove it.
Krystal: Oh, you know what? You are just a stubborn half-wit.
Adam: And you are a useless twit.
Krystal: Well, you watch what you call me now.
Adam: No, just keep your -- don't touch me, ever again.
Krystal: No, you are a moron!
Adam: You are a brainless piece of trash!
Krystal: Stupid --
Bartender: Save it for the contest, folks.
Adam and Krystal: What contest?
Bartender: The moonshine drink-off. Whoever can hold the most liquor is named king or queen of the bar for the night. The winner is a supreme ruler, and everybody must serve.
Adam and Krystal: Count me in.
Mimi: Dani, what -- what are you still doing up? Why are you in the hallway?
Danielle: Um -- Mom, there's something I -- I've got to tell you.
Mimi: Well, honey, can it please wait? You know the night I've had. My wedding is in hours. I got to get some sleep.
Danielle: Mom, wait. You can't marry Garret.
Mimi: What? Why?
Danielle: He's after me, Mom. Garret wants me.
Jamie: I walked by the crime scene outside. You found the body?
Amanda: It was horrible, Jamie. It's probably the worst thing I've ever seen.
Jamie: And you just let her hang out here the whole time? Can't you see how wigged she is?
Aidan: You know what? Maybe she listens to you. She's all yours, Jamie, ok? Tonight I have so much serious business to take care of, I don't need her tagging along.
Jamie: You going to be ok?
Amanda: Now I am.
Babe: Jamie can go to hell, and so can you. Obviously, I can't do anything right. If I give it to you and get in your face, you punish me by keeping my son away from me. And the second that I stop, Jamie reams me for being a fool.
J.R.: Why have you stopped fighting me, Babe?
Babe: For my son, maybe? Or maybe you've just taken all the fight out of me. I don't know -- I don't sit around and think about it. All I know is I'm sick of the meanness and the yelling and the carping. So if you want to go a couple more rounds, you need to find yourself a new fighting partner.
J.R.: I don't get you, Babe.
Babe: Lucky for me, J.R., you don't have to. So can you please just go? I've had enough for one night.
Bartender: All right, now, everybody, gather around. We're fixing to start. You ready?
Krystal: When I win this thing, my first command's going to have you strung up, Adam.
Bartender: Get ready --
Adam: And I'm going to have you drawn and quartered!
Krystal: Oh, baby, I'd love to see you try.
Adam: I'm going to try.
Bartender: Get set -- go! Pound 'em!
Di: No, I don't -- I don't like this. Where are you going?
Tad: I've got to get to work on the clue you didn't just give me. If Sturgess is the key -- I got to go to work.
Di: I shouldn't have said anything. I don't like this. I don't want you to take this risk.
Tad: I promise, I'm not going to die on you. I'm coming back.
Julia: Dixie -- you're so worried about losing your own life. You tell me the name of that top guy, or you're going to lose yours right now.
[Julie pulls a gun on Di.]
>> On the next "All My Children"...
Garret: Dani, it's just me. It's all right. [Turning to Mimi] Sweetheart, I didn't know you were home.
Simone (to Greenlee): You left your phone downstairs. It's Ryan's sister. It's Erin Lavery.
Julia (to Di): You are a coward, and you deserve to die.
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