All My Children Transcript Thursday 11/17/05
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Ryan: What are you doing out here?
Greenlee: I'm fine.
Ryan: Yeah, fine. Sure you're fine. Here. You're fine.
Anita: What's going on here? Greenlee, you're supposed to be in your room.
Greenlee: No, I can't go back there.
Ryan: No, this -- this patient needs some fresh air.
Anita: No, she needs to sleep.
Ryan: No, she needs fresh air under the stars, not fluorescent lighting and linoleum.
Anita: Ryan, it's cold outside.
Ryan: Right, it is cold outside, but I -- I'm going to keep her very warm.
Anita: She hasn't been released.
Ryan: She will be taken care of. I will take very good care of her. You know that I will. Come on.
Anita: Greenlee, are you ok with this?
Greenlee: I'll get back to you.
Jamie: Babe should slam you out of the park, but instead she's covering for hitting Amanda.
J.R.: Maybe she really did hit Amanda.
Jamie: She's covering for your drunken self. And you should be grateful, but instead you're so freaked out that Babe's playing you.
J.R.: It wouldn't be the first time I've been played by Babe.
Jamie: Eh, it's not my problem.
J.R.: Look, I just need to know, James. She's not just hitting on me. She said she's falling in love with me.
Amanda: Thanks for bringing up some of my stuff. It's really cool of you.
Myrtle: Well, nothing like a few things from home to perk up these rooms.
Myrtle: Oh. You've had a visitor?
Amanda: Well, you don't have to seem so surprised.
Myrtle: Very pretty.
Amanda: Believe it or not, not everyone thinks I'm toxic waste. I'm a good person if anyone would actually give me a chance.
Myrtle: I'm sure you are.
Amanda: You're just like everyone else. You've written me off.
Myrtle: Oh --
Amanda: But my mom -- she loves me more than anything.
Janet: You are Babe, correct?
Babe: Yes, I am. And who are you?
Janet: Janet Dillon. Amanda's mother.
Babe: Oh -- it's nice to meet you.
Krystal: I'm -- I'm Babe's mother. Please, please come in.
Janet: I've just come from the hospital. When you get news like that long-distance -- car accident -- oh. But as soon as I saw my sweet baby's face -- she is in a great deal of pain, but she is so brave.
Krystal: We're just so glad that she's going to be all right.
Janet: I know she was weak, but we had a long talk. You and I have a lot to discuss.
Krystal: If you're here to blame Babe for what happened to Amanda, then somebody has been telling you tales.
Janet: Excuse me?
Krystal: I don't know what you've heard, but if you're going to blame somebody, then you might as well pin that tail on the person who's responsible --
Babe: Really, Mrs. Dillon, it was an accident. I -- I never even saw Amanda, and I wasn't reckless, and I wasn't speeding. You can check the police report.
Janet: You are the driver of the car that hit my little girl?
Zach: What do you want me for?
Kendall's voice: I wasn't just delirious. Zach came to see me, and he said it. I think he said he loved me.
Zach: Hey. What is it?
Kendall: I'm not quite sure. I was hoping you could help me decide.
Zach: What can I do to help?
Kendall: I'm the one with a concussion choking on smoke. You tell me.
Zach: Well, I can go to your office or your condo, pick up whatever you need.
Kendall: Who said I needed anything?
Zach: So you don't need anything.
Kendall: Did you get a ticket on the way here?
Zach: Why would I get a ticket?
Kendall: Well, the phone is still warm, so you must've set a land-speed record.
Zach: Were you timing me?
Kendall: What if I was?
Zach: Is this a test?
Kendall: What if it is?
Zach: Is it over?
Kendall: What if it's not?
Zach: Why don't you just tell me what you're testing me for.
Babe: I'm really sorry about everything that happened to Amanda. It was -- it was the most horrible accident. It was dark and -- and, I don't know, one minute she wasn't there, and then she was, and then, I don't know, she was in dark clothes, and there was -- she didn't have a flashlight.
Janet: You are not blaming my daughter for the accident?
Babe: No, no, of course not. I -- I'm -- I'm really sorry.
Janet: Of course you are.
Babe: But I -- I heard she's going to be ok. You don't know how relieved I was.
Krystal: My daughter has a heart the size of the great outdoors, and she would be by your daughter's side in a nanosecond if it weren't for the bad blood.
Babe: Amanda and I used to be close. I'm not sure if she told you, but we kind of had a falling-out.
Janet: She mentioned it. That's why I'm here.
Krystal: Surprised she didn't take out a billboard.
Janet: I knew that there was quite a rift between you two, but until your confession, I didn't realize how serious it was.
Krystal: There was no confession.
Janet: I thought --
Krystal: Babe doesn't have anything to confess. She didn't do anything wrong.
Janet: I thought that the falling-out between you and my daughter, Amanda, was only over the man that she loves.
Jamie: You got a bucket of cement for a heart. Someone helps you out, they're out to get you. Someone covers for you, they must want blood in return. It's no wonder you can't keep a friend.
J.R.: Spare me your opinion on my warm, personal bonds, and save the lecture on merits of gratitude. I asked you a simple question. It's either A, yes, Babe still has feelings for me, or B, no, she's still the same old same old lying piece of trash.
Jamie: You know what? I'm going to take C -- I don't care!
J.R.: She kissed me, James.
Jamie: Well, that's more information than I needed to know.
J.R.: Look, just answer the question.
Jamie: I don't have time for this.
J.R.: Well, I don't know what the hell's going on.
Jamie: Why do you care? You hate Babe. You treat her like the stuff you'd find on the bottom of your shoe. Just blow her off, drama's over. Unless -- you're falling for Babe again?
J.R.: Not a chance. You know, you don't know what you're talking about.
Jamie: Yeah, right. A second ago, I was a genius with all the answers. That's it, isn't it? You've got Babe on the brain again.
J.R.: I should've known you'd be useless.
Jamie: Back at you. You know, you're so concerned about Babe trying to snag you again, you want some answers? Well, here's the 411. I was with Amanda when Derek questioned her about the accident. Now, all of a sudden, she goes into this Oscar-winning performance, is hit with these memories of the night that you slammed her with your car.
J.R.: She claimed I was driving?
Jamie: Amanda's version of what happened? Babe was behind the wheel.
J.R.: That sounds good so far.
Jamie: Except Amanda says it wasn't an accident. Babe was all locked and loaded, slammed into her on purpose. It was a real treat. It was a nice performance. I wish you could've seen it.
J.R.: Hey, that's BS, and you know it.
Jamie: Yeah, Amanda's all locked and loaded, and all she wants is Babe doing hard time.
Myrtle: Amanda, I've known you since you were a little girl, and you are not toxic waste. But you are wasteful.
Amanda: I use too much hot water, leave my lights on too long?
Myrtle: No, you're smart, you're funny, you're beautiful, and you've got a body that could stop a freight train. I mean, this room should be standing room.
Amanda: Well, I haven't been here very long. When people find out that I've been in the hospital -- what? It could happen.
Myrtle: Look, you should be fighting off suitors with a fly swatter. You should be up to here with friends. But look -- you're alone, and there is a reason for it. You spend too much energy making enemies, darling.
Amanda: I've tried to make friends.
Myrtle: It seems to me you try harder not to, and that, darling, is the waste. It's a shame, you know. It doesn't have to be that way. You -- you almost died. Now, just make the most of what has been given back to you. Choose to reach out to people in the best way, and then you're on the track to happiness -- I mean, if that's what you want.
Amanda: It is.
Greenlee: Hmm. Full moon. Isn't it beautiful, the way it shines on the lake?
Ryan: Only one thing more beautiful.
Greenlee: Remember when we saw the northern lights? It was amazing. I thought, this is a sign. It was our last night together. Since then, I can't remember the last time I just sat and looked at the night sky, counted the stars, or just sat long enough to watch the final blaze of the sunset. I don't even blast my music anymore. Easier just to keep everything low.
Ryan: Green Butterfly afraid of heights?
Greenlee: Afraid of falling.
Ryan: Because of me.
Greenlee: I didn't want to feel, didn't want to open my heart. For what? To have it shattered to bits every time it hit me that I'd never share those moments with you?
Ryan: Does this moment count? I want to give you ten years of happiness for every second of pain that I caused you, Greenlee. I don't know if the math adds up or if you'll give me a shot, but there is nothing more in this world that I want than a chance to try.
Greenlee: You fried my heart once. You want a do-over, and you'll try real hard not to fry it again?
Ryan: If at first you don't succeed, don't fry, fry again.
Greenlee: Are you kidding me? You're making fun of this?
Ryan: Greenlee, in two days, tomorrow will be yesterday.
Greenlee: What are you talking about?
Ryan: Nicer words of wisdom. Benjamin Franklin said that.
Greenlee: Benjamin Franklin did not say that.
Ryan: You're right, he didn't, but it makes it sound more important, doesn't it?
Greenlee: If you're not going to take this serious --
Ryan: Serious? Serious -- "Change is inevitable, except from a vending machine."
Greenlee: Not funny.
Ryan: You're right, but Benjamin Franklin, 1776. These are eternal truths here.
Ryan: All right, I'm stopping. Deadly serious from now on, I mean it.
Greenlee: Please don't.
Ryan: I won't. I'm not.
Ryan: One day we will look back on all this and plow into a parked car.
Greenlee: Ow. Ow.
J.R.: Well. Not bad for a case of "next best thing to roadkill."
Amanda: Why are you here?
J.R.: All-expenses-paid private room, extra pillows, comfy bed, ice water.
Amanda: Get out.
J.R.: I don't think so. Look at that -- you got a little button to call the nurse. She can't help you. Only you can help you.
Amanda: What do you want?
J.R.: How would you like to end up in a gutter outside of a charity hospital, with a lien against your worthless skin and a grand jury to probe into possible jaywalking charges?
Amanda: I'm not going anywhere.
J.R.: It all could be yours -- if you don't stop railroading Babe.
Babe: I don't know what Amanda told you, but Jamie --
Janet: Amanda and Jamie would be married right now, on their honeymoon, pure wedded bliss, if you hadn't interfered.
Babe: She said it was my fault they didn't get married?
Janet: You have got to accept that Jamie has moved on. Let him go and live his life the way he wants with the woman he has chosen.
Krystal: Oh, what a load of hooey.
Janet: My daughter, Amanda, is lying in a hospital bed heartbroken, because your daughter obviously still has issues with my daughter's fiancé.
Krystal: When -- when were Jamie and Amanda engaged?
Janet: And those "issues" are major roadblocks to my daughter's happiness. Please, for everyone's sake, let Jamie go.
Babe: I don't have a say over what Jamie does or doesn't do. He makes his own decisions, and he chose not to marry Amanda.
Janet: With you right there in the mix. Babe, it's all right. I understand that thing called love. Nobody knows better than I how difficult it is to let go.
Kendall: You didn't bring any flowers.
Zach: I -- you've -- you got plenty of flowers.
Kendall: Those -- they're Greenlee's.
Zach: You want your own flowers.
Kendall: Yeah! It's bad enough I have to share a baby with her. Would it kill you to show up with a fistful of daisies? I mean, I know it's a little too cliché for you, but it's the thought.
Zach: No, it's ok. You want flowers. That's why you wanted me here so badly.
Kendall: I didn't "want you here so badly."
Zach: But you want flowers. Why, because they smell nice or they look nice, or because they're just another piece of this mystery puzzle --
Kendall: It's a gesture, that's all.
Zach: Ok. Flowers -- I'll get you flowers. What kind -- what do you like? Are you, like, a roses kind of girl, or you like the ones with the tulips? Can you even get those --
Kendall: No -- no, forget the bouquet.
Zach: You want them, I'll get them for you.
Kendall: No! It's -- it's supposed to be spontaneous, because you thought it would be nice, because you wanted to. If I have to ask you, it doesn't count.
Zach: I'll make a note of that.
Kendall: You didn't bring flowers last time you came, either. Just because I was asleep doesn't mean I didn't notice.
Zach: You knew I was here?
Kendall: You came on your own that time. Why? It wasn't to bring me flowers.
Zach: I'll be right back.
Kendall: Where are you going?
Zach: I'm going to the florist, I'm going to get you flowers because, obviously, flowers is what you need to stay in this game.
Kendall: Forget the stupid flowers, and this is not a game.
Zach: Ok, quiz, test, puzzle -- whatever you want to call it. What is it that you want from me besides a divorce?
Kendall: Never mind. Go home. Go to your casino. Count your money. Count sheep, whatever. Just leave me alone.
Zach: Wait a -- that's not -- I'm trying to get some traction here. I feel like I'm auditioning for a play I haven't read.
Kendall: It's not an audition.
Zach: Good, because I'm not a very good actor. I think it started in middle school, you know, all the try-outs and -- I never just --
Kendall: Uh -- stop! Ok, I've never seen you try to do anything. What would it even look like?
Zach: It would look something like this.
Kendall: Ok. I get it. You don't try. You do. Fine. That's very exciting. Go bore somebody else.
Zach: You want entertainment from me? I can do that. "There once was a man from Nantucket --"
Kendall: I'm pregnant. My hormones are completely out of whack. I barely survived a fire. What the hell do you expect? Even under normal conditions, I'm completely all about me.
Zach: It's one of your most endearing qualities.
Kendall: Thank you. It's not very much fun when you don't have anyone to share it with. My family, they're all tangled up in the Jonathan craziness. My sister's in Paris. Greenlee's in a snit. I just want to feel like the center of the universe, anyone's universe.
Zach: Even mine? Husband you can't wait to get rid of?
Kendall: Well, I'm desperate.
Zach: What are you desperate for?
J.R.: Do I need to continue? Or do we understand each other?
Amanda: I got it, loud and clear.
J.R.: Then hard-wire this into that pea you call a brain. You so much as breathe on Babe, it'll be your last.
Amanda: Ooh, I am so scared.
J.R.: Yeah, I heard about your little performance with Derek, slamming Babe. I want to make sure that doesn't happen again.
Amanda: I told the truth. When I perform, it sounds like this -- "Don't stop, J.R. Don't stop. Yes, yes!" Do we understand each other?
J.R.: Stop messing with Babe, this will all be done.
Amanda: No matter what I do, you treat me like dirt, and so does Jamie, so what is Babe's secret? And why is she on the protected list, and I've got a target on my back?
J.R.: It's all about the food chain, really. See, Babe ranks somewhere below a sloth. But you -- you don't rank at all.
Babe: I let go of Jamie a long time ago. Total history. His life, my life.
Janet: That's what you tell yourself. And sometimes you mean it and sometimes you even believe it. It's as if the more you say it, the louder you say it, the more people you say it to, it will become true, and you think you're out of the clear, but then one day you walk by your mirror and you hear, "He's still yours, he still belongs to you."
Krystal: My baby doll knows when it's over, it's over.
Janet: It's nothing to be ashamed of. I mean, who hasn't had abandonment issues and separation anxieties? I know how deep the pain cuts, and suddenly those fears, they just snap, and your behavior changes, and you can become destructive. And of course, you're very sorry afterwards.
Krystal: If you're going to keep sideswiping Babe, then I'm going to just show you to the door.
Babe: Janet, I swear to God, it was Jamie’s decision not to marry Amanda, so if you don't believe me, why don't you just ask him?
Janet: Babe, please, please, dig down deep into yourself and ask yourself, "Am I being driven by forces beyond my control?"
Ryan: Is that better? I don't want you to catch cold.
Greenlee: Yeah, I'm good. No more bad jokes.
Ryan: All right. I think the man in the moon really, really is looking down on us.
Greenlee: Impossible. How's Jonathan?
Ryan: He's afraid, and he's confused. He's still in custody, but if everything goes as planned, he should be released soon.
Greenlee: You mean absolved? Free to eat curly fries as if people didn't die and get kidnapped and terrorized all because the big bad tumor's gone?
Ryan: It is a viable defense based on fact, Greenlee.
Greenlee: If -- and it's a very huge "if" -- you and I really did get back together, forget the white picket fence. There'd be miles of razor wire with Jackson on one side and Laverys on the other.
Ryan: I would just be happy to be a family again.
Greenlee: Easy for you. I'm not so sure I'm ready for the sequel.
Ryan: It will be different this time, Greenlee. You and our baby will be first, always, I promise.
Greenlee: I've heard it, before you moved out to be with Jonathan full-time. I mean, what are the chances that this time it'd be any different? How many times would I have to hear how much Jonathan needed you, or Erin?
Ryan: I'm not going to fight, Greenlee. This is all that I want, Greenlee -- you, me, the sound of the water, the light of the moon -- that's all.
Greenlee: Passive resistance -- great. There's something to build a future on.
Ryan: I'm just focused on the present.
Greenlee: What if I did take you back, just to make you feel awful day after day for the rest of our lives -- for real? Would you sign up for that? Or would you bail?
Ryan: Whatever the terms, I'm there.
Greenlee: You'd sign on for a lifetime of pain inflicted by me?
Ryan: I love you.
Greenlee: I can hold a grudge for a really, really long time.
Ryan: I know. I'll wait it out.
Greenlee: What if I wanted to grind you into dust every day? I can be hell in spiked heels. What if I took those heels, jammed them in your back, and kicked you when you were down, over and over again?
Ryan: I don't think you could live your life like that.
Greenlee: Oh, I could give it a heck of a try.
Ryan: I don't think you have it in you to cause that kind of pain, Greenlee.
Greenlee: What if I wanted to? What if I did?
Ryan: Well, then I'd know that I failed completely.
Greenlee: Failed at what, erasing the past?
Ryan: Failed at making you feel safe, making you feel loved.
[Zach rubs Kendall’s feet.]
Kendall: Mmm. Mmm.
Zach: Is that better?
Kendall: Beats flowers any day. Oh, that's good. That's good right there. Mmm.
Zach: The only physical pleasure I've ever given my wife.
Kendall: You know, hubby, if you think I called you here to manipulate you into doing this again, you could be absolutely correct. Why are you being so nice to me?
Zach: You deserve it. You're carrying another woman's baby. You almost died in a fire. You got a little beat up, but you're still as courageous and beautiful as ever.
Kendall: That's better than flowers, too. Did you write that down somewhere?
Zach: No. When I was here before, it hit me. You know, I saw you all hooked up to those monitors, and you were peaceful as an angel.
Kendall: No one's ever called me an angel.
Zach: A slip of the tongue.
Kendall: When you were here, did you talk to me? I thought I heard you, but maybe it was just a dream.
Zach: What did you hear?
Janet: I'm sorry if I was a bit overbearing.
Krystal: Like a power drill.
Babe: Mama, would you please pass the cookies?
Janet: It's just that my daughter's happiness means everything to me. And when Amanda's world falls apart, mine does, too.
Krystal: Been there.
Janet: Well, at least we've had a chance to work everything out.
Babe: Right. So then you understand that Jamie’s in my past, and the only man that I'm obsessed with is my sweet Little A?
Krystal: Babe is a world-class mama. She's completely, totally devoted to her son. She is a mother first, last, and always.
Janet: That's something we all have in common. I mean, we would do anything for our children's happiness. I know I would do anything to make my daughter happy, and obviously, you all feel the same way.
J.R.: What is this wack job doing in my house?
Janet: J.R. I was really hoping we could put the past behind us.
J.R.: Did Amanda put you up to this?
Janet: Amanda --
J.R.: What, did you fly back into town to tag-team Babe?
Janet: Amanda doesn't know anything about this.
Babe: J.R.’s had a rough time.
J.R.: The Dillon one-two punch. What'd you do, hit Babe with a bogus assault charge?
Janet: I didn't even know that she was driving the car until I got here. She just told me.
J.R.: Oh, yeah, and I'm supposed to believe you?
Janet: That is the truth.
Babe: J.R., back off.
Krystal: No, I think he knows her better than we do.
J.R.: I'm real familiar with Amanda's kind of truth.
Janet: Are you calling my daughter a liar?
J.R.: She prefers it to "crazy."
Janet: Oh. J.R., I made you tuna sandwiches when you were a child. I let you play in my backyard.
J.R.: Yeah, but that's before I fully knew that you killed my uncle!
Janet: I have to go.
J.R.: Amanda's always playing some sort of game. She's always got some angle. She's out for Babe, so she sends her mother nut case here to do her dirty work.
Janet: Amanda doesn't know anything about my being here.
Babe: J.R., everything's fine.
J.R.: You and your skank daughter even think about coming after Babe, you'll have to go through me.
Janet: I have a plane to catch. Thank you for your hospitality.
J.R.: Don't come back!
J.R.: You served coffee to Janet from Another Planet? Who's coming over for dinner? Jack the Ripper?
Greenlee: I may never feel safe or loved again. When you "died" -- Ever notice how safety nets are mostly made up of holes? I think I'll just stay on the ground.
Ryan: You deserve to fly again, Greenlee.
Greenlee: It'll take more than moonlight and heat.
Ryan: I want you to be happy, I want you to be at peace, whether I'm in your life, or I'm not.
Greenlee: That's what I wanted for you. That's what I fought for you -- you at peace with yourself, your past, our future, but you wouldn't trust me.
Ryan: My biggest mistake. I contacted a therapist. Whatever happens between us, I want to fix what's wrong with me. I don't want to be that man anymore. I don't want to make mistakes that ruin people's lives, and I'm doing it for me. You want me part of our child's life or you don't -- that is up to you, but 15 or 20 years from now, our child may want to know me, the way that Ethan wanted to know Zach, and Kendall wanted to know Erica. Our child may want to know me, and I really want to be a man worth knowing.
Zach: What did you hear me say?
Kendall: I'm not sure. It was mostly just the sound of your voice that stuck. No specific words exactly. But if you say it again, maybe I'll remember.
Zach: I watched you sleep, listened to you breathing, and I -- I thought about our marriage. I thought about you and how you said you were burned by love, you were done with it, had your fill and didn't want any more. I -- I think you're wrong. I've seen the woman with stars in her eyes.
Kendall: Shouldn't you put that on the cliché pile with the flowers you didn't bring?
Zach: Uh-uh. That's right there, see? There's a light. It's your spirit. And one day you're going to open those beautiful green eyes, and you're going to crave passion and love.
Kendall: What if I already crave it?
Zach: I got good news for you. I'm not going to stand in the way of your happiness. I'm giving you your divorce.
Kendall: A divorce?
Zach: Yeah. You -- you got enough on your plate with this pregnancy, you know? I'll deal with the lawyers. I know how to do that. Irreconcilable differences. That's what we'll do. What do you think? That'll work, right?
Kendall: I didn't -- didn't you have a drawer to sort out? And don't tell me your dress socks and your sport socks, they sorted themselves.
Zach: Well, this is a little more important.
Kendall: Is it because I'm pregnant?
Zach: No. I lied to you about Ryan, and you wanted a divorce, and I'm giving it to you.
Kendall: Ryan. It's because I'm carrying the baby of the man that you hate, isn't it?
Zach: No. It just shows how big your heart really is.
Kendall: Well, my stomach's going to be bigger.
Zach: And more beautiful. I made you a promise. I said I would see you through this pregnancy, and I meant that. But I understand, you know. You almost died in that fire, and you -- you deserve the life you want. And you don't need a loveless marriage to tie you down.
Kendall: Is that how you see our marriage?
Zach: I don't know. I mean, you know, we made some money, had a good run for a while, but now you want out, you want to do something else. That's good.
Kendall: I get all the breaks. Who's going to protect you from falling in love?
Zach: You know me. I don't have real feelings.
J.R.’s voice: Hard-wire this into that pea you call a brain. You so much as breathe on Babe, it'll be your last.
Amanda: Well, I have got plenty of breath left. Watch your back, Babe.
Babe: I guess with that kind of mama, Amanda's little stunts kind of make sense.
Krystal: Yeah, I guess "crazy" doesn't fall too far from the tree. She had me fooled at first, though. I tell you what, Ms. Janet seemed kind of normal in a pushy pain-in-the-tush kind of way.
J.R.: Yeah, maybe those drugs are really working on her head. Just be thankful she's catching a plane. Amanda's a nasty piece of work. But Janet in meltdown mode makes her look like a candy striper. Last thing we need is Janet coaching Amanda on how to even a score.
Krystal: Well, I guess I'll just thank the big guy upstairs in my prayers tonight.
Babe: I'll come with, Mama. You mind if I kiss Little A good night? You can have Winnie time it. I won't be more than 30 seconds.
J.R.: Actually, can I get a minute?
Babe: I -- I don't want to talk about the kiss or what I said before or after.
J.R.: No, I just wanted to invite you to Thanksgiving.
Babe: You mean it?
J.R.: Is that a yes?
Babe: It's really sweet of you.
[Babe gives a smitten J.R. a little peck on the cheek.]
Babe: I accept.
Ryan: Thank you for watching the moon with me.
Greenlee: Ryan? I think I saw the man in the moon smile.
[Even though Kendall is awake, she ignores Greenlee.]
Greenlee: Kendall? Are you awake? Kendall?
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Jack (to Ryan): No way is your brother going to walk out of here a free man.
Amanda (to Derek): Babe is trying to kill me again. You have to arrest her.
Greenlee (to David): Kendall and Dr. Madden are keeping something from me. I need you to find out what.
J.R. (to Di): I haven't been this pumped since my mother came back from the dead.
Tad (to Di): This is where I'd run.
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