AMC Transcript Friday 10/7/05

All My Children Transcript Friday 10/7/05


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J.R.: Look, I don't care what your policy is. I need my mother's account information.

Alfred: I've already told you, that information is confidential.

J.R.: I have to check her activity. It might be able to tell me where she is.

Alfred: And if you would like to contact the proper authorities, I would be more than happy to assist them. But there are strict channels --

J.R.: Listen to me, you little vault troll, hmm? My mother's missing, she's in danger, and if you don't help me, you will be in danger, too. Do you understand me?

Babe: J.R., stop. Let him go.

Zach: What about Dixie Martin? Did you check under that? Fine. Case all of Manhattan if you have to and let me know.

Man: The information you requested.

Zach: Is that everything?

Man: All we can find on Di Kirby from the time she was with Kevin Sturgess.

Zach: Go. Oh, my, oh, my. Di Kirby gets around, doesn't she?

Tad: Thank God. You get any leads on Dixie?

Aidan: Jamie helped our guys out. We must've hit everyone in a 10-mile radius, and we got something.

Tad: You want to hit me with it?

Aidan: Someone remembers seeing Dixie within the two-hour window after she left Julia.

Tad: So she was meeting with this guy The Dragon?

Aidan: Well, you tell me. Dixie was at the yacht club right after Mimi Reed's wedding, talking to the groom, Garret Williams.

Julia: Yes! Look what I found under the bathroom sink.

Di: How are you going to use that against Garret?

Julia: I'm going to poison your friend The Dragon.

Di: Oh. You think he's really going to toss back a bleach cocktail?

Julia: I will mix it in with his food, I will put it in his orange juice.

Di: Ok, all right, calm down. Think about this -- he's not an idiot, Julia. He's going to know if there's --

Julia: Look, I'm no a sitting duck. I'm going to find a way to bring this guy down.

Di: Yeah? And you think bleach is going to do the trick? You want me to go find you a butter knife in the kitchen, as well?

Julia: You want to stop shooting down all my ideas and work with me?

[Keypad beeps]

Garret: Hello, doves. Is it laundry day, because I've got some --

[Di screams as Julia showers Garret's face with bleach.]

Garret: Oh!

[Knock on door]

Ryan: Erin's back already?

[Ryan's about to open the door when he hears a car approaching.]

[Car door closes]

Greenlee: Hi. You must be Erin.

Erin: You're Greenlee.

Greenlee: It's so good to finally meet you. How did you recognize me?

Erin: I saw your pictures in the paper after my brothers --

Greenlee: I'm sorry for surprising you like this. You're still trying to deal with everything that happened to your brothers. I'm trying to deal myself.

Erin: Then -- then you'll understand why I need some space, you know, time to figure out how I feel?

Greenlee: Towards Ryan? That's part of the reason I came. Maybe we can help each other.

Erin: I'm doing fine, thanks.

Greenlee: You need space? You're doing fine? Which one is it?

Erin: Both, depending on the day. Can you come back in a few weeks?

Greenlee: Please give me a little time. Can't we at least talk? I promise I won't stay long.

Erin: I'm just not sure if it's going to help.

Greenlee: Being here, seeing you, I feel closer to Ryan.

Erin: Come on in.

Greenlee: Your place is adorable.

Erin: Thanks.

Babe: You have got to stop blowing up at people that you need help from.

J.R.: Shut up, ok? I can handle this.

Babe: You let me handle Mr. Vanderpoole. Hi. Look, J.R. -- he has this big bark, but there's -- there's no bodily harm necessary.

J.R.: Just zip it, Babe. You're wasting time.

Alfred: Until you laugh in my face and chain me to my desk or throw me in the vault. What other practical joke has Dixie concocted?

J.R.: This is not a joke.

Alfred: Oh, yeah, and I heard that one before, too. I've heard that one before.

Babe: Mr. Vanderpoole, he's serious. Dixie's missing.

Alfred: Really? You're serious?

J.R.: Can't you get a clue? I told you that when we first came in here.

Babe: Look, I can see that you're a compassionate man. Can you please just give us a moment of your time?

Alfred: There's no problem here. I'm fine.

J.R.: Yeah, fine, great. Now, can we see the account information?

Alfred: I told you, I'm still not permitted to do that.

J.R.: You will give me that information --

Babe: J.R., please. We all know how special mamas are, right? What would you do if your mama went missing?

Alfred: Well, that would never happen to my mother. I mean, I do everything for her. She never has to leave our home.

Babe: But if she did go missing, you would just sit back and do nothing?

Alfred: No, of course not.

Babe: You would do everything in your power to find her, save her, right?

Alfred: Nothing would be too much.

Babe: Including taking a look into her bank information? Please? It would really be a big help. Don't let another son be without his mama.

Alfred: All right. All right. I'm going to pull up Dixie’s financial statements on my computer in my private office, and I will leave them on the screen while I step away for a moment. I think I'll go call my mother. I'd like to see if she's ok.

Babe: We'll be gone before you get back. Thank you, Mr. Vanderpoole.

Alfred: For you, anytime. Next time leave him at home.

Babe: So we'll just give Alfred a minute to pull up what you need and then we'll hit his office.

J.R.: Thanks.

Babe: I'm sorry, what was that?

J.R.: Thank you, ok? You were right.

Babe: Is that gratitude? Well, serve up the snow cones -- it's freezing here in hell.

Adam: Damn it, J.R., what have you done?

Krystal: Any word on Dixie?

Adam: No, no, nothing yet. Why don't you join me?

Krystal: Yeah, take one sip of that orange juice, next thing you know, I'm flat on my back being wheeled out of here.

Adam: I'm not going to poison you, Krystal.

Krystal: Not yet, huh?

Adam: Come on, sit. I'm trying to frame an apology.

Krystal: And what are you sorry for, huh? Getting me drunk, taking advantage of me, or kicking me in your sleep the other night?

Adam: I haven't been very fair with you.

Krystal: Yeah, I can think of a few other words to describe your behavior.

Adam: I'm trying to speak in earnest for a moment.

Krystal: And what brought that on?

Adam: I've been thinking a lot about everything that happened with Dixie. Uh, J.R. may be losing his mother all over again. And I was wrong to spend so much time and energy trying to prove she was a fake, and I almost lost my own son in the process. Life is too short to keep family apart.

Krystal: For once, I agree with you.

Adam: I don't want to be so suspicious.

Krystal: You really think you can learn new tricks at your age?

Adam: Well, I can reach out more to the other people in my life, and not just blood relatives.

Krystal: And that includes me?

Adam: Well, no matter how it happened, you are my wife.

Krystal: Admitting it is the first step.

Adam: I don't want to fight anymore, Krystal. You're a good woman. You deserve my respect.

Krystal: Well, isn't that something else?

Adam: I don't want you to leave this marriage empty-handed, and I'm willing to negotiate a fair settlement.

Tad: How many people were at the yacht club when Dixie was there?

Aidan: Well, according to one of the waiters, it was pretty crowded. Mimi's wedding was small, but there was a business luncheon going on in the main room at the same time.

Tad: So it is possible she spoke to somebody other than Williams?

Aidan: Yeah, completely possible.

Tad: Wait a minute. Sammy gave me this early this morning. He said that he and Lily found it on a road near where Julia disappeared. It's a parking voucher from the yacht club. It's dated the same date as Mimi's wedding.

Aidan: Well, Dixie went to the yacht club, and Julia disappears from the same area a ticket from there was found.

Tad: And I saw Dixie speaking to Garret Williams myself at the police station. When I interrupted, she said they were just talking, but there was definitely some kind of tension between them. What the hell are you doing here?

Zach: Have you heard from the lovely Dixie?

Tad: Well, if I had, you wouldn't get the memo.

Zach: Well, maybe she's spending some time with friends from the good old days.

[Zach produces a newspaper article showing a picture of Di with Garret and another man.]

Di: Are you ok?

Garret: Is that any way to treat a friend?

Julia: Why aren't you yelling?

[Garret coughs]

Garret: You know, there's no pain. Actually, that bottle you have -- it's filled with water. I left it just for you to see what you'd do. Unfortunately, you failed my test again.

Julia: Give me another chance, I promise I'll come through.

Garret: You couldn't pass up an opportunity to destroy me.

Julia: You're delusional if you think I'm going to fall for your sick mind games. I'm not some teenaged twit.

Garret: No, of course not, Julia. You're very --

Julia: Why don't you just stick to the girls you pick up in bus stations?

Garret: I'd keep my friend quiet if I were you.

Di: Ok, Julia, please stop. You're not doing us any good here.

Julia: What's not doing any good is sitting around waiting for him to kill us. I won't do it. He goes first.

Di: Well, you're not earning us any favors.

Julia: I have lived too hard, too long to give it up to that sick bastard. You want to break me, you're going to have to kill me.

Garret: Be careful what you ask for.

Di: She's just completely strung out. Take it easy on her. Let me talk to her.

Garret: You know what? Give up on your friend Julia. Your little chats aren't helping, Di.

Di: Well, I can't give up on her. She's my friend.

Garret: Since when?

Di: Since Dixie’s friends became mine.

Garret: Well, a friend like that can be a liability.

Di: Now, don't do that. Don't go there.

Garret: What kind of friend would she be if she'd let you get hurt in the end? Huh?

Di: You can't kill me. My letter would be released, and you would be found out.

Garret: I knew I was forgetting something. Time's up, Di. Hand over the letter.

Di: No. It's my insurance policy.

Garret: That letter insures your safety, not Julia's.

Erin: Let me take your coat.

Greenlee: It's pretty chilly up here. I haven't taken my coat off since I got here.

Erin: You get used to it. Please have a seat.

Greenlee: Thanks. I brought some things of Ryan's. I wanted you to see the Ryan that I knew. I thought maybe you could get a little bit of the kind of person he really was -- to me, to everybody.

Erin: I just -- I don't know if I'm ready for this.

Greenlee: Please? I need to do this. I need you to understand.

[Greenlee pulls a pair of sunglasses out of her purse.]

Greenlee: He looked so handsome wearing these. The only downside was you couldn't see his eyes. When you looked into those eyes you knew he was someone you could count on. So many people did count on him. Ryan and I had this thing where we would surprise each other, so he took me to this circus once for a trapeze lesson, because I told him that when I was a little girl I always wanted to learn to fly the trapeze --

Erin: Yeah.

Greenlee: And he wanted to make my dream come true.

Erin: I love the circus, too.

Greenlee: He told me. He wanted me to give this to you when he found you.

Erin: "Dynamite Kiddo"!

Greenlee: Yeah.

Erin: Oh, Ryan left some of these at home when he took off.

Greenlee: Yeah, he still loved these. He told me how he used to pretend to be a superhero, but he didn't have to pretend. Not for me. We were partners, partners who told each other everything straight. I've lost my partner.

Erin: Was Ryan -- did he ever tell you about our father?

Greenlee: He kept a lot of it in, but he told me enough to know what a horrible childhood you all had.

Erin: Was -- was he like our father?

Greenlee: Where did that come from?

Erin: You know, you can't grow up with a father like ours and not be affected in some way. Jonathan was. I know I am.

Greenlee: Of course he was affected.

Erin: But did he have a temper like Dad's? Was he -- was he abusive?

Greenlee: This was a big mistake.

Erin: Please don't go. I didn't mean to hurt you.

Greenlee: If you're going to accuse Ryan of murdering Jonathan, I'm out of here. He did what he did to save me, to save my friends. Jonathan was out of his mind and somebody had to stop him. It killed Ryan to have to do that, so don't you dare think that that's what he wanted. Ryan changed when he came out of that cave. He never got over shooting his own brother. From that day on, he thought he was damaged goods, and he was wrong. I did everything I could to try and show him that, but it wasn't enough.

Erin: So you knew him better than he knew himself?

Greenlee: Did your dad ever hold himself back from slapping anyone around?

Erin: God, no, my dad loved hitting my brothers and my mother. I think he got off on it.

Greenlee: I knew that Ryan was different from your father. He was so angry the night he died -- angry with me -- but he stopped himself from hurting me. He drove himself off a cliff to keep from hurting me.

Erin: I get it. I get it, I believe you. All right, I -- I love my brother, and I believe in him just like you do.

Greenlee: You're talking about him as if he's still alive.

Adam: Where did you disappear to?

Krystal: I've got it all under control. Help is on the way.

Adam: What are you doing?

Krystal: You've had a couple of close calls with strokes, Adam. This must be one of those episodes that Babe was telling me about.

Adam: I feel fine.

Krystal: There must be something seriously wrong with you for you to be talking to me as if I was worth something.

Adam: But you are, Krystal. Of course -- I'm trying to tell you I am sorry for everything.

Krystal: There you go again. No, no fever. This must be the beginning of something worse. I got your doctor's number from Winifred. I'm going to call him and tell him to meet us at the hospital right away.

Adam: No, no, there is nothing wrong with me. I have not lost it. And you're not going to commit me to some -- some hospital for the feeble, so you can get your claws into my entire estate. No, no, no, no, you're not getting one red cent!

Krystal: Hallelujah! You're cured. Yeah, yeah, you were playing all soft and mushy, hoping you could work me over, get me to settle on some measly pittance. Dumb move, Adam.

Adam: You don't -- you don't really think that I could sink to that level?

Krystal: Oh, come on! That's par for the course here at the Chandler Country Club. Well, just remember, not only have I seen all of you, I can also see right through you. The more you try to manipulate me, the more I am going to bleed you dry.

Adam: Damn, woman!

Babe: Thanks for all your help.

Alfred: Did you find what you were looking for?

J.R.: My mother hasn't used her ATM or credit card since the day before she disappeared. We got Jack.

Alfred: I'm sorry. I wish I could've been of more assistance to you.

Babe: You did all you could. Thank you.

Alfred: You're welcome. Now, if you'll excuse me, I think I have some computer files to close.

Babe: Your mom's tough. She'll be fine, I'm sure.

J.R.: All right, enough with the patronizing. Something's happened.

Babe: Look, a ton of people are looking for her -- the cops, Tad, your detectives. They'll find her. So why don't you just go home and try to get some rest, ok?

Josh: Ahem. Have I been drinking before noon, or are you out of your mind?

Tad: Captain.

Mimi: There's no word on Dixie yet.

Tad: Yeah, well, we may have somebody who can help you out with that.

Mimi: Hmm. "We"? You two friends again? Look, if you and Tweedledum here plan on compromising my investigation again --

Zach: Wouldn't think of it. Did you know your husband's friends?

Mimi: What does Garret have to do with --

Tad: So I guess he never told you that he knew the murdered member of an organization that you're investigating? Imagine that.

Zach: Can't ignore it.

Mimi: Look, Garret is on the board of half of the charities in New York. He takes pictures with strangers all the time, Tad.

Tad: So what's your point? Dixie's a stranger? Not to Garret. They were seen numerous times together in Pine Valley.

Zach: They were talking at the wedding.

Mimi: So? I saw them, too. What's the big deal? An old friend can't wish me and my husband well on our wedding day?

Tad: At exactly the same time that Dixie left Julia to make a plea for her life?

Mimi: A plea to whom?

Tad: The man that was trying to kill her. The man in charge.

Zach: Coincidence?

Tad: We need to talk to your husband, Mimi. Where is he?

Garret: Tell me where the letter is.

Di: I can't do that.

Garret: Tell me, or I'll bring Julia out here right now and do what I should've done a long time ago.

Di: Ok, put the gun away, Garret.

Garret: You know, it's not really my style, sweetheart, but --

Di: Well, you're not going to kill her right out in front of me. Please, we can figure out a way for us all to walk out of here.

Garret: I'd like to think that's possible, but it's too bad. Julia, would you come out and join us, please?

Julia: Who the hell do you think you are --

Garret: It's up to you. You can determine your new friend's fate right now.

Di: Please, please, please don't do this.

Garret: Give up the letter, or she's dead.

Mimi: I'm not letting you talk to anybody. Do I need to remind you I'm in charge here?

Tad: Of course you are.

Mimi: I'm not letting you interrogate Garret!

Zach: If there's nothing there, why can't we ask him a few questions?

Mimi: Do you hear yourselves? I mean, this is crazy, this is ridiculous. Garret is not involved with the organization.

Tad: We're not saying he is. All we're saying is we want to talk to him.

Mimi: Garret is an honest businessman who does wonderful things for his community. You know what? You're worried about Dixie, and you want someone to pin this on, and that someone is not my husband.

Zach: What are you afraid of, Mimi?

Mimi: I am not afraid of a damn thing. You have a photo of my husband with Dixie and her ex. They've been seen together. That adds up to nothing. Dixie looks just as guilty.

Tad: We also have this. Look at the date. It was found near where Julia gave your Fed pals the slip.

Mimi: So you found a valet ticket. What, did you find it in the road? Garret was not the only one at the yacht club that day, and he certainly wasn't the only one who valeted his car.

Tad: Why don't you at least dust it for prints.

Zach: We know about The Dragon.

Mimi: So what? Garret has a tattoo of a dragon.

Tad: Julia's informant, the one who was killed at Wildwind, identified the man after her as "The Dragon."

Garret: So what's it going to be, the letter or her life?

Di: Ok, fine. You win. I'll get you the letter.

Garret: You're very smart, Di.

Di: I'll call the person who's holding it, and we'll arrange for you to pick it up somewhere.

Julia: Do you know what you're doing?

Garret: Use this. It's a prepaid number, so it can't be traced back to me.

Di: Hello. It's me. No, I'm -- I'm fine. Um -- I just -- I had to get away for a while, get some alone time. No, I -- really, it's been -- it's been wonderful. Um -- you know the letter I asked you to hold on to? I need it. No, no, nothing -- nothing is wrong, I -- I swear. I just decided to put it somewhere else. I need you to put it behind the barrel of oars at the boathouse. Yeah. Yeah, thanks, that'll be soon enough. I'll talk to you soon. Ok. It'll be at the boathouse at Memorial Park within an hour.

Garret: Can I have my phone back now?

Di: Oh, wait -- have to erase the number and all.

Garret: I'm not really interested in your middleman. It's better when we all get along. Now, you women behave yourself when I'm gone.

[Door locks]

Di: Are you ok?

Julia: Was that really the person who's holding your letter?

Di: Yeah. Yeah. I had to call. What other choice did I have?

Julia: When Garret gets his hands on that letter, we're both dead.

Babe: Big deal. J.R. is the father of my child, after all.

Josh: Ok, talking to him -- I get that, sure. But I could've swore I saw some genuine TLC.

Babe: J.R.’s dealing with a family crisis.

Josh: Oh, is that why you were over there taking care of him, reassuring him, keeping him from tossing that poor guy out a window?

Babe: All guys need that sometimes.

Josh: J.R. Chandler is a first-rate jerk, ok? He's treated you like some bottom feeder, and suddenly you're his best friend?

Babe: My child needs me, and if that means playing nice with his daddy, then --

Josh: Propping up some guy who enjoys spitting on you?

Babe: I will do anything for my child. He's my life.

Josh: Sucks to be that kid.

Erin: It's still so hard to believe he's gone. You know, it isn't easy talking about Ryan in the past tense.

Greenlee: Sometimes, especially in the beginning, I wanted him to be alive so much I actually started to believe it myself.

Erin: Has it gotten any better?

Greenlee: I still wait for him to walk in the door at night or kiss me when I wake up in the morning.

Erin: Why are you looking at me like that?

Greenlee: I -- I didn't see a resemblance at first, but I do now. I can see Ryan in your eyes. I'm sorry I got angry before. You just hit a sore spot. I mean, I couldn't stand it when Ryan compared himself in any way to his father.

Erin: No, you know what? I shouldn't have brought it up. The night -- uh -- that Ryan --

Greenlee: Died? You can say it, I can hear it.

Erin: Why was he so angry?

Greenlee: I told him I was pregnant, but he didn't want any kids. He thought he was a danger to our child and me. I was sure our baby would prove him wrong.

Erin: When are you due?

Greenlee: I'm not. I lost the baby.

Erin: I am so sorry about the baby.

Greenlee: Our baby is what got me through after losing my husband. I felt like I had a piece of Ryan to hold on to. When I lost the baby, I felt like I lost everything. Normally I'm a fighter, but not this time. There are mornings when I don't want to get out of bed and nights when I wish I'd fall asleep and not wake up.

Erin: When I lost my brothers, I was a mess, but I'd get a little bit stronger every day. You will, too. Don't give up.

Greenlee: Everyone expects me to bounce back eventually, but this time I won't. It's different, I can feel it. I'll never get over Ryan. A part of me was lost with him. I'll never be the same.

Mimi: Who the hell do you think you are, and what else are you holding back?

Tad: Nothing. We're just trying to find Julia and Dixie and keep them alive.

Mimi: All you have done is get in my way and get people hurt.

Zach: We got information now. Act it. Call Garret.

Mimi: Not a chance. I am not going to get sucked into any more of your little games. You are going after Garret to get back at me.

Tad: Mimi, that's ridiculous. This has nothing to do with you.

Mimi: Yeah, that's right. I blocked your little vigilante moves, and now you're accusing my husband.

Zach: What, do you think every time I get thrown in jail I'm going to go after the cops? Come on, that's not going to happen.

Tad: It would get to be a nightmare.

Mimi: You're just trying to find some new way to undermine my investigation.

Tad: Mimi, you can't turn this thing around on us.

Mimi: Stop attacking my husband. He is a model citizen. He's admired, respected in the business community, and he does not have a record.

Zach: Noah told Julia that the man he was after was untouchable. Marry the head of the task force, what do you get? You don't get more untouchable than that.

Julia: You wrote that letter incriminating Garret. You just defended me. You've proven to him that he can't trust you, not anymore. Once Garret gets his hands on that letter, he'll take us both out.

Di: Well, at least I bought us some time.

Julia: That's about all.

Di: Well -- ok, we have to find a way out of here before he comes back.

Julia: Look, look, look, you've been telling me that there is no way out of here. I have searched every inch of this place, and you're right, there's no escape.

Di: Well, we can't just give up!

Julia: No, I'm not planning on it, but it's kill or be killed. We have to do this together. I can't take him out myself.

Di: Are you asking me to help you kill a man?

Julia: Do you want to come out of here alive? I -- I know some moves that we can use on Garret, some things that Noah taught me. I can show you.

Di: Ok, Julia, a crash course on self-defense isn't going to make me an assassin.

Julia: When Garret comes back here, we have to take him together. It's our only option. Do you have any other ideas? I didn't think so. Are you with me?

Babe: How am I hurting my little boy by doing everything I can for him? You obviously don't have children.

Josh: Whenever the parent makes it all about the kid, the kid ends up paying for it.

Babe: Paying for it how? What, because of more love, more time? I don't get it.

Josh: Being the golden child -- it puts so much pressure on him to live up to the title. When your parents tell you every moment of your life that you're the most precious being on the planet, how can you not suffocate?

Babe: Ok, so when did you become this parent/child expert?

Josh: Personal experience, all right? I was my parents' miracle child. You know how that works? They don't think they can have kids, and then -- bam -- there I was. The moment I was born I was their little prince.

Babe: Just sounds like you were spoiled.

Josh: That wasn't it. The whole time I was growing up I was in their spotlight. Every decision they made revolved around me. Every move I made was watched and applauded, and every day, Babe, they made me realize how many sacrifices they made for me, and I hated it.

Babe: Well, my child is going to know nothing but my love.

Josh: How many sacrifices have you made for your kid already? How old is he?

Babe: It's called being a good mother.

Josh: Look, all I ever wanted to do was be a regular kid. If you love your son, you'll back off. Don't let him find out that his mommy gave up everything. It's a long fall off that pedestal. Live your life, Babe, and let your son live his.

Krystal: I have got a great divorce lawyer, my dear. So when you are ready and willing to give me half of everything you own, I'm ready and willing to talk divorce.

[Door closes]

J.R.: Dad, is there any word on --

Adam: Do you have any idea what you've done?

Babe: I know what I'm doing with J.R.

Josh: I don't get you at all. You were so noble when you made your big sacrifice for your ex-fiancé. Now you're sucking up to his brother who pushed you to blow off Jamie in the first place, and you claim you're doing it all for your kid. That doesn't sound twisted to you?

Babe: You don't get it, and I don't even care that you don't.

Josh: Fine. You know what? Whatever. I just hope that whatever you're pulling with J.R. doesn't blow up all over your kid.

J.R.: Just relax, Dad. It can't backfire in our face this time. We own our company again.

Adam: Yeah, I know, I know. I can read. Why did you have to do it now?

J.R.: Chandler Enterprises is back with the Chandlers, where it belongs. That's all that matters.

Adam: You got the company back, but I'm still married to that hellcat. Don't you get it? You've given half of Chandler Enterprises to Krystal -- Carey!

Krystal: Well. Looks like Christmas came early this year.

Julia: Garret probably won't be gone very long, so if we're going to work together on this, we're going to need to plan our attack.

Di: Ok. Show me what Noah taught you. When Garret comes through that door, we'll take him down.

Mimi: I am not dragging Garret into this.

Zach: Somewhere in the back of your mind, you know we're on to something.

Mimi: You know what? You're wasting my time. Why don't you get out?

Tad: Mimi, you and I go back a long time. You know me. I would not do this to you because of some kind of grudge.

Mimi: I can't count on either one of you for anything.

Tad: That's not true. Look, I know you love Garret just as much as I love Dixie, but the fact is she had a couple secrets. Maybe he's got some, too. Now, you got to put aside your personal feelings, look at what we brought you, and act like the good cop that I know you are. You've got to question your husband.

Garret: Excuse me for interrupting, but I need to speak to my wife.

Erin: You're crushed, you've just lost your husband, but you'll move on.

Greenlee: I loved another man before Ryan, and it was beautiful and wonderful, and then I lost him, too. It took a lot for me to take a chance on love again, but Ryan was worth it. We were going to grow old together. He filled the hole in my heart left by Leo. Not only did Ryan fill it, he made my heart feel bigger and fuller, and now he's gone. There will never be anyone else for me, I won't love again. I don't have it in me anymore. I know myself. I don't need to love anyone else because Ryan will be with me until the day I die and I join him, wherever he is.

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

J.R.: Tell me it's not true, Kendall. Tell me you're not working against me.

Mimi: Garret, these two gentlemen have tagged you as the master criminal out to kill Julia Santos.

Greenlee: I'll never let go of Ryan.

Erin: What if you could get a miracle? What if Ryan could come back to life?

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