All My Children Transcript Thursday 12/22/05
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Bianca: Zach, it's -- it's good to see you.
Zach: Beautiful as always.
Zach: A surprise visit?
Bianca: Well, you know, Paris is gorgeous, but nothing beats Pine Valley on the holidays.
Zach: That's true. Perfect timing. Your sister's going to be thrilled that you're here.
Bianca: Yeah, ditto, about the perfect timing. Kendall, didn't you have something that you wanted to say to Zach?
Babe: She took my baby! She stole him! Please tell him.
Jamie: Amanda, did you take Little Adam?
Amanda: No, ok? I swear I didn't touch him. I never even saw him.
Jamie: There, you have your answer.
J.R.: I'd like to hear that for myself. And you better hope like hell I believe you.
Krystal: Little Adam! Please, baby. Please.
Adam: Krystal, are you all right?
Krystal: Leave me alone. Leave me alone.
Adam: Why? So you'll fall down again and maybe not get up this time? I'm -- you don't have to do this all by yourself, Krystal. I'm right here.
Krystal: Here? In my face? So you can con me again? Work me up again with all your phony kindness and concern?
Adam: It's not fake. I want to help you.
Ryan: Little Adam! Little Adam!
Tad: Ryan, look, I know this is the last thing you want to consider right now --
Ryan: Don't, don't, don't. Ok? My brother did not take J.R.’s son. No matter what he's done, he did not do this.
Tad: How much of the last year have you spent defending him?
Ryan: There's a little boy out there right now that needs his parents, Tad.
Tad: That little boy is my grandson.
Ryan: Yes. Which means talking about my brother is just a waste of time.
Tad: You know, once upon a time, you and I used to make a pretty good team. So what's the deal? You want to chase each other around in circles, or work together?
Ryan: Let's go.
Tad: All right.
Ryan: Little Adam!
Jonathan: No, no, you don't get it! You -- you don't! You -- the church. You don't. Make him stop, Erin.
Erin: It's ok.
Jonathan: No, the -- the church, Aidan, we have -- ok, ok, ok, so you stopped. So -- so can we go? Can we go? We have to go.
Aidan: Jonny, just tell me. Tell me what I don't get. Is this about Little Adam?
In the church's nativity scene, Little Adam sits all alone on the hay.]
Zach: Hi. It's nice to see you. I'm your Uncle Zach. She's beautiful.
Kendall: Look at her. She's in love with him already.
Bianca: Yeah, it looks like somebody's got a way with the ladies. Zach, I may call on you to -- to babysit sometime. But right now she's got some more fans to dazzle, don't you? It'll give you guys a chance to talk.
Zach: Come on.
Bianca: Aw. She's crazy about you. Yeah.
Zach: Bye. Maybe I don't know your face as well as I thought.
Kendall: What's wrong with it?
Zach: Well, this is not what "thrilled" looks like, is it?
Kendall: Why should I be thrilled?
Zach: Your sister's here. You should be happy.
Kendall: I'm a mess. I'm not saying it's because Bianca is here. Well, I don't know, maybe a little bit. Whenever she's here, I remember how much I need her. She gives me clarity. She -- she helps me with everything. I need her to help me make sense of everything, especially now with this.
Zach: "This" being what we need to talk about?
Kendall: How did you know?
Zach: Bianca just said. You weren't listening?
Kendall: Oh. Yeah. Um -- just give me a second. I -- I always imagine the worst of everything. I mean, I never really fully relax until things actually go wrong. But I was not prepared for this. I never expected this to happen with Ryan and Greenlee and everyone else. I just -- I let my guard down.
Zach: And you got smacked pretty hard, didn't you?
Kendall: Yeah, I didn't think I'd get back up. You -- you feel, you trust, you love, you get hurt. That's just how it works in my world.
Zach: It doesn't have to be that way.
Kendall: Bianca said the same thing. She said that -- I wish that she could be here and do this for me.
Zach: Maybe I can make it easier for you.
Jonathan: He just wanted to sit on Santa's lap! He just wanted his Christmas wish to come true!
Erin: But then -- but then J.R. got angry and he started yelling.
Jonathan: Loud! And -- he yelled loud. He yelled loud, and he scared all the little boys and girls, and that's not right!
Erin: Like Dad? Like Dad used to yell. Like you got scared?
Aidan: I heard your dad was tough on you growing up at home, Jonny.
Jonathan: Wa -- wasn't just at home. Was -- was Christmastime, and it was -- it was lights and it was music and then we were with Santa Claus, and we were at the mall together, and I thought it meant that he liked me, but -- but he didn't. He didn't, and he yelled at me and he hit me. And I knew -- and I knew what I'd ask Santa for. I'd ask him for someone to take me away from Dad, for someone to protect me, but -- but Santa's not real. Santa's not real, and everybody turned their back on me, and nobody protected me from Dad.
Erin: No one will ever, ever hurt you again. I won't let anybody ever hurt you.
Aidan: Somebody should have saved you, Jonathan. Did you go out to the Chandler house to save that little boy?
Jonathan: What? No, no.
Erin: We're getting out.
Jonathan: You think I took that baby? Aidan, you still think I'm bad?
Erin: We're getting out.
Aidan: You can't protect your brother. He's telling me the truth.
Erin: I need to talk to Jonathan.
Ryan: Little Adam!
Tad: What if Jonathan was just trying to make it up to Little Adam?
Ryan: I really don't know how many different ways I have to say this. My brother did not take that child.
Tad: How do you know? Were you with him every moment of the day? Could you stop him from playing Santa Claus in a mall full of innocent children and freaked out parents?
Ryan: He's got a good heart, Tad.
Tad: Well, maybe his heart told him to play the hero.
Ryan: If this is your version of us being a team, you can save it.
Tad: If he's innocent, then so are you. That's what's going on here, isn't it? Your road to redemption runs right up your brother's back.
Adam: Can't you see I want to help. I want to help my grandson. I want to help my son, so he doesn't have to worry about somebody stealing his child from him again. I want to make things easier for you. That little boy is our family.
Krystal: Didn't you just say no way we'll ever bond over this? If my grandson is hurt or missing or God forbid – It's my fault, mine and Babe's. Your words. Because of what happened last year.
Adam: We all want Little Adam home again. That's all.
Krystal: That's where you're wrong. I want Little Adam safe, and healthy, and loved and as far away from you as possible, because I do not want him growing up thinking that mean and hurtful is the only way to be. I don't want him to be like you. You keep a list in your head of who done what, so that you can whip it out when it can do the most harm. Your joy in life is causing pain.
Adam: Not now, not now. Right now, I just want my family back home again, safe and warm.
Krystal: Yes, your family. The Adams, 1, 2, and 3, but not me and not Babe. Or maybe you just want to pretend that we're part of the Chandler clan, huh? So you can pull us in close, so close that the knife will sink in that much deeper? No, not me. Not again.
Jonathan: If I were Santa, I'd make everyone happy. I'd -- I'd make sure everybody's happy. I might pray for that, too.
Erin: Jonathan, did you go and find Little Adam? Did you help him in a way that nobody ever helped you?
Jonathan: You -- you -- you think I stole the baby, too?
Jamie: You go after Amanda, you're never going to get an answer. Let me work her about Little Adam.
Babe: Are you really trying to shut J.R. up, too, your own brother, the baby's father, all because you want to protect some woman that would've drugged you to say "I do"?
J.R.: Stop, stop it. Look, we're not going to find Little Adam like this.
Babe: No, we're not going to find him unless she tells us! Please, Amanda, I -- I'll give you anything. I'll say anything, I'll do anything. Just -- he's a sweet, innocent little boy, and he can't protect himself. I know that you hate me, but please don't take it out on him.
Amanda: I don't know where he is. I told you -- tell her. Tell her I didn't do it!
Babe: I just -- I'm just really scared. I'm scared that he's alone, afraid. He could be outside, he could be cold. My sweet little boy is missing, Amanda. Just please tell me where to find --
Miranda: Who's missing? Who's missing?
Bianca: Little Adam is missing?
Kendall: You can make things a lot easier if -- if you would just --
Zach: I did.
Kendall: You put it in writing?
Zach: A divorce isn't worth much without it. I took you at your word. It's what you wanted. It's official. I'm out.
Kendall: The -- the divorce is real?
Zach: You wanted clarity, and you're right. You need that. What you don't need is a spare husband hanging around complicating stuff. And all the things I said to you -- they end with this. So does that make it easier to say what you have to say to me?
Kendall: You know, thank God you brought this by when you did. It's -- I'm a little embarrassed to say this, but I -- I was actually concerned about your feelings, the fact that you said you cared. I won't use the L word. I don't want to, you know, embarrass the two of us any more. But I don't need to worry because you're -- you're fine, you've recovered. I guess you didn't have much to recover from. Well, you and I, we're obviously -- we're on the same page. You know, you don't need me, I don't need you. The two of us, we -- us, we served a purpose. I don't -- I really don't remember what that was, but, whatever. This is the way it should be -- me by myself, alone. I really don't need the dead weight of someone just dragging me down. So thank you so much for -- for bringing this by and for knowing that and making this much, much easier on me.
Zach: You're welcome.
[After Zach leaves, Kendall starts to cry over her divorce papers but then decides to leave her home.]
Kendall: No. No, I'm not going to do this. I'm not going to do this.
Babe: Bianca, what -- what are you doing here?
Bianca: Uh, it doesn't matter. Just tell me -- is Little Adam really --
J.R.: Yeah, he is missing. Our son's missing.
Babe: Mama and I, we went to his crib and -- and he wasn't there, and he's not anywhere in the house. They're searching the grounds, and we went to the Pine Cone, and we're here now because somebody has to know something.
J.R.: We're looking for answers, wherever they may be.
Jamie: Excuse us.
Babe: No, please, J.R. No, she may be the only one that knows anything!
J.R.: Just -- just let them go.
J.R.: Let them go.
Bianca: Did you call the police?
J.R.: Yes. We've called the cops, private security, anyone that might know something. Everyone's out there looking for him.
Babe: It's just -- it's so cold, and he hates being cold. He really does.
J.R.: Don't worry, he's going to be home. He's going to be warm and safe real soon.
Bianca: That's right, he's going to be just fine. Don't worry about anything at all, Babe.
Babe: Please don't. Please don't do this. Please don't be nice to me like this. I -- I feel even ashamed talking about my son in front of you and you making me feel better after what I did to you.
Bianca: Hey, stop. You know, whatever happened, I would never, ever wish anything bad to happen to your son. You both have to know that. So just tell me what I can do to help.
Amanda: Why would I take their little boy?
Jamie: You hate Babe. Every time you want something, she gets in your way. That's actually a good reason to want to hurt somebody.
Amanda: Babe hurt me. She plowed me down with a car. It doesn't mean I'd try to hurt her back. Not on Thanksgiving or on the stairs, and not her little boy. You are the only one that believes me. You are my friend, aren't you? The only one?
Jamie: Trust me now, Amanda. It's just you and me here. No Babe, no J.R. You tell me where Little Adam is, and no one has to know where I heard it from. So tell me, Amanda, where's the baby?
Babe: I'm sorry, it's just -- it's that the baby's missing, and I did not know you were coming home, you and Miranda. Hi, sweet pea.
Babe: Puppy? Yes, you beautiful girl. She -- she looks wonderful. You both do.
Bianca: Babe, you don't have to make small talk. I know what you're going through.
Babe: You're right. You do because of me. I'm sorry, I -- I don't know what to say to you. I don't know how to find my son right now. I -- I don't know anything.
J.R.: All you got to know is that Little Adam’s going to be ok.
Bianca: That's right, that's right. Now, is there anything I can do? Is there anywhere you need me to look or phone calls you need somebody to make? Anything, just -- just ask.
Babe: Do you think you could maybe say a prayer for him? God will listen to you. Just pray that he's -- he's warm and he's safe. Please pray our little boy is ok.
Bianca: Yes, sure. I'll do my best.
Babe: You know, the smartest thing I ever did was to be your friend, and the dumbest was to ruin that.
Bianca: Babe, the only thing that matters right now is finding Little Adam, and you will. He's going to be back in your arms again really soon.
Erin: If you tried to take that baby, it was for all the right reasons. But it's time for him to go home now, ok? It's getting really cold. And, look, look -- snow is starting to fall, ok? It's time for the baby to go home.
Jonathan: You said I wasn't bad. You and Ryan both -- both said that you believed me!
Erin: If you wanted to keep him safe, it does not make you bad, and it does not mean I won't love you anymore, ok? But that baby -- he needs to go home.
Jonathan: I told you, Erin. I told you -- we are going to go to the church and we're going to pray. That's how it works. That's how it works. We'll ask God for the answer.
Erin: Please, Jonathan –
[Jonathan runs off toward the church.]
Erin: I was so sure he didn't do it. I don't know -- I don't know now.
Aidan: Come on, let's follow him. Maybe he'll lead us to some answers.
Ryan: Little Adam, hello! Come on, Little Adam!
Tad: Ryan --
Ryan: No, you know what? Just save -- save your shrink talk!
Tad: What is wrong with you? For God's sake, am I the only one who remembers we used to be friends?
Ryan: Look, my brother is cured, Tad.
Tad: What about you?
Ryan: What about me?
Tad: What about you? You think I don't know how it feels to be the son of a heartless bastard? Do you? Because I'd stack Ray Gardner against Patrick Lavery any day of the week. But anything that was wrong with my father, any vicious thing he ever did to me, it was his problem, not mine. The same goes for you.
Ryan: Well, thank you very, very much for the pep talk, ok, but I'm figuring that out on my own.
Tad: What about Kendall’s baby? You ok with that?
Ryan: That's her body. That's her call. It's not my call.
Tad: So I -- I guess you don't stay awake at night, lose sleep, wondering when you're going to do something screwed up? Because maybe the baby cries a little too loud or breaks something, or maybe one day steals the car keys? I lost a lot of sleep about that. Joseph Martin is the best father a man could ever have, but Ray Gardner's blood flows through my veins. That's what scares the hell out of me. That's what wakes me up at 2:00 in the morning, cold sweats. I wonder when I'm going to go psycho on Jamie or -- or J.R., when I'll hit them for no reason. I mean, I haven't done it yet, but there's always tomorrow, you know? Maybe that'll be the day that they look at me with same look of terror in their eyes that I looked at my father every day of my life.
Ryan: And you've never seen that, not even once?
Tad: Not yet. You're a good man. You're the best of men, and you're not your father. The kind of father you decide to be is your choice. It always will be. Once you wrap your head around that, things will start to make sense.
Ryan: Look, I'm going to go check the highway. I'm going to get on my bike, and I'm going to check the gas stations and the mini-marts, see if anybody brought a little kid in, ok?
Tad: That's a good idea. I'll take the grounds home. Ryan?
Krystal: Little Adam? Little Adam, honey? Come on, baby. I got some chicken noodle soup inside. Extra noodles like you like. Just please -- just please come to Nana. God, please, just tell me, was he right? Is this my fault? Is that why you're doing this to us?
[As Krystal cries, Tad puts his hand on her shoulder then hugs her.]
Amanda: I don't know, ok? Is that what you want to hear? I don't know if I took the baby.
Jamie: How do you not know? Did you have another black-out?
Amanda: I don't even know exactly how long. A few hours. But a baby, Jamie? Would I touch a baby, take him away from his mom and dad? Forget Babe and J.R. I mean, is that me? Someone who would hurt a child, a little, innocent -- that can't be me, can it? No, no, ok? No matter what I've done in the past, I would never do that.
Jamie: Hey, hey, just stop, all right? Let's think for a second. When you came to out of your black-out, where were you?
Amanda: A park. I was at a park, and it was already dark and cold and I was --
Jamie: What park?
Amanda: Eagle Heights.
[At Eagle Heights Church, Little Adam sits on the hay.]
Jonathan: God listened. I found the baby.
Kendall: Hey, move out of the way. Hey, you have to move -- you have to move out of the way! Move out of the -- move out of the way! Oh, God!
[Kendall’s car skids off the road in the snow.]
Kendall: Ok, all right. I'm stuck. I'm going to just -- I'm fine. All right, back up.
Kendall: Damn it! Come on. All right. Ok. All right. Ugh. Hey, you out there! I'm fine, thank you for asking! You only ran in front of my car and almost got yourself killed and nearly ran me off the road! But no big deal. Thank you so much. Jeez. Ok. Oh –
[As Kendall walks away from her car, a bright light leads her.]
Kendall: Oh. Oh, please tell me I'm not walking into the light.
Aidan: His cheeks are a bit cold, but I think he's ok. We should really get him to the ER.
Erin: Thank God he's dressed warmly.
Aidan: Here, you take him.
Erin: Are -- are you sure you want to -- because I -- I don't -- I really -- I can't. What do you expect me to do, exactly?
Jonathan: He looks -- he looks good, Erin, almost as good as before at the mall. I knew this was the answer.
Erin: What part was the answer, Jonathan? Coming here to the church?
Jonathan: We needed to pray. That was my mistake before with Dad. I wished to Santa instead of praying to God for help. But I'm smarter now.
Erin: How did you know to come here? How did you know to come to this church?
Jonathan: I didn't know. God knew. Isn't it great, though, Erin? I helped him. I helped him. I found the baby.
Bianca: All right, I know that this might be a little bit scary, but have you checked in with PVH yet? Just call the emergency room, see if Joe Martin knows anything?
Babe: Oh, God, no, no, no. Not the hospital, J.R.
J.R.: Chandler. Oh, thank God. Aidan’s got our son. Our boy's ok. They're going to be taking him to the ER just to make sure. He's a little cold, that's all. We're going to be right there, Aidan, ok? Thank you, thank you.
Bianca: Oh, my God, come here. Your son is fine. See? He's fine. He's just fine. Oh.
Babe: I was right. God does listen to you.
Bianca: Oh, Babe, just go -- go to your son. He needs you.
J.R.: Bianca’s right. We don't need to be another second away from him. All right.
Miranda: Whee! They go out!
Bianca: See? Everything's ok, Miranda.
Josh: Can I help you?
Bianca: Everything's -- what? I'm sorry?
Josh: Can I help you?
Bianca: Oh -- oh, sorry. Yes, stranger in the office, lots of top-secret segments going on. I'm not the competition. I'm Bianca Montgomery.
Josh: Bianca? I feel like I know you already.
Josh: The light of Erica's life.
Josh: Is this Miranda, the golden child?
Bianca: Yes, she is. Gosh, we sound boring, don't we?
Josh: Well, I'm Josh. I'm her supervising producer.
Bianca: Oh, wow. So you corral my mother on a daily basis? My condolences.
Josh: Oh, I should pay her.
Bianca: Uh, yeah, sure you should.
Josh: Well, listen, I'd love to hang, but I'm on police scanner duty. A baby's missing.
Bianca: Oh, no, no, he's not. He's found. Yeah, he was just found. Little Adam? Babe and J.R. just left. He's fine.
Josh: Well, what happened? Did someone take him?
Bianca: All I know is that he's ok, and he's on his way to the ER
Josh: Well, that's -- that's great.
Josh: Well, at least something good happened today -- well, I guess two things. You came back to Pine Valley.
Bianca: I don't really think that I'm on the same level as a baby being found, but -- but thanks.
Josh: Tell that to your mother.
Bianca: Well, I guess that I should get this little one to her Aunt Myrtle's. I've still got a couple more errands to run before the night is over, but it was nice to meet you. Will I see you again?
Josh: Two steps behind Erica at all times.
Miranda: Now I'm going off to be --
Bianca: All right, sweetie, we'll discuss it.
Josh: Merry Christmas.
Bianca: Thank you very much. Merry Christmas to you. Can you say "good-bye," Miranda? Can you say "good-bye"? "Merry Christmas"? Can you wave bye-bye? Bye. Thanks. Merry Christmas.
Adam: We got the call. They found our grandson.
[Adam is taken aback when he finds Krystal hugging Tad.]
Jamie: They found him, and he's ok.
Amanda: Thank God, Jamie. I was so scared. Where did they find him?
Jamie: Eagle Heights Church.
Amanda: That's over by --
Jamie: The park where you were. I know.
Amanda: Jamie, I would never -- I couldn't -- Jamie?
Jamie: Hey, hey, I'm right here. It's all going to be ok. Everything's going to be ok. We'll figure it out. We'll figure everything out.
Babe: My baby! Sweet boy! Come here.
J.R.: We missed you, you know that?
Babe: Oh, my goodness. We did, but you're ok now, sweet pea.
Babe: You're ok, you're fine. Everything's fine.
J.R.: He is, isn't he?
Joe: He is indeed. He's perfect. All vitals are normal.
Babe: Oh, God --
Joe: He seems in pretty good spirits, considering.
Babe: You scared Mama so bad.
[Little Adam babbles]
Babe: It's ok. Yes.
J.R.: What is that?
Aidan: Little Adam was wearing that when we found him.
J.R.: This is not my son's.
Aidan: Is it a present that you don't know about?
J.R.: No, this is not his. And he can't dress himself. Somebody bought him this, dressed him up, and took him from us.
Ryan: Kendall! Kendall!
[Ryan finds Kendall’s car in a ditch and starts looking for her.
[Bianca knocks on Kendall’s door]
Bianca: Kendall? If you're busy, just tell me to go away. Ok, Merry Christmas.
Bianca: Zach. Wait, shouldn't you be in there?
Zach: No one's home.
Bianca: Well, yeah, I can see that. Oh. Is Kendall -- well, that's ok. I -- I don't need to see her. I just kind of came to see how things went. So? How did things go?
Bianca: You know, I forgot how talkative you could be. When I left, you and Kendall were supposed to talk.
Zach: Yeah, we talked. And then I gave her the final divorce papers, and she left.
Bianca: You -- she -- what?
Father Clarence: Lovely. I think we have company. Nice to see you again, Kendall.
Bianca: Are you crazy? That's how you dealt with what she had to say? You give her divorce papers?
Zach: She asked for a divorce, so I gave it to her.
Bianca: Yeah, so you said. Sounds just as horrible this time as the last time you said it. What about what she said to you?
Zach: I intended to give her clarity, the same way you did.
Bianca: By what? By ending it? Zach, Kendall told me that -- that you love her, and I shined a big, bright light on that. You know, 1,000-watt bulb -- exactly how bright Kendall needs it to be to see what's directly in front of her.
Bianca: Yeah. Yeah, you, your -- your love. I convinced her that she had no reason to doubt you or the way you feel, or -- or to worry that you were going to hurt her, or -- or to be afraid, because what's the worst that could happen? Well, I guess you answered that question for her. You were supposed to take her in your arms and tell her you love her and -- divorce papers? What were you thinking?
Kendall: That was you out there? What -- what is wrong with you? I could've killed you. I could've killed the both of us.
Father Clarence: I'm fine. How about you?
Kendall: I'm fine, I guess.
Father Clarence: Well, is there anything I can do to make that to be sure?
Kendall: Why are you here?
Father Clarence: Well, it's very busy this time of the year for me.
Kendall: No, no, I mean here. I know I -- I met you last year, but the church was in town.
Father Clarence: Well, it's a journeyman's life for me. I go where I'm needed.
Kendall: Right, and in the middle of nowhere? This is where you're needed?
Father Clarence: Ahem. Those sheep never seem to stay where you move them to. Have you ever noticed that?
Kendall: No, I haven't. Yes, I don't know. What -- I don't understand.
Father Clarence: He's here.
Kendall: Who? God?
Father Clarence: Of course, but that's not who I meant.
Father Clarence: Welcome, welcome! How good to see you again.
Krystal: I just want to see his sweet little face. Where is he?
J.R.: Here he is.
Adam: Thank God.
J.R.: He's back with his family.
Babe: And he's never going to leave again.
Krystal: Have you ever seen such a gorgeous boy?
Adam: Never. Never once in my life -- except his father, of course.
Krystal: Oh, he's back. Your little boy's back.
Jonathan: Little Adam is back with his mom and dad. It's over. It's over. Everything is good again, and I helped make it that way. Can we go home now?
Erin: I'm not sure it's time.
Aidan: Not yet, Jonathan. It's not over yet.
Babe: See all these faces, sweet boy? She loves you, and they love you, and Mama loves you, and Daddy loves you. We're so glad you're back with us.
J.R.: But we still want to know who gave you that snowsuit, little man. When you left our house, who did you go with?
Little Adam: Santa Claus.
Amanda: I didn't take that baby. I don't care if they found him near Eagle Heights Park. You believe me?
Jamie: Yeah, I believe you.
Amanda: I lost some time, I had a black-out, but that doesn't mean I did anything wrong.
Jamie: You don't have to convince me. I have faith in you.
Amanda: I've been so freaked out not knowing where I've been, what I've done.
Jamie: But you didn't take that child. You can be sure of that. He's fine.
Amanda: I don't know what I would do without you. You're the only person I can turn to right now.
[Josh spies on Amanda and Jamie as they hug in the lobby.]
Jonathan: But they're all together now. A family -- Little Adam and his mom and his -- J.R. Chandler thought I -- thought I took the baby. He yelled at me at the mall, Erin. Can we go home now?
Derek: Jonathan Lavery, you're under arrest for kidnapping.
Jonathan: I didn't –
[While the “Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy” plays, someone dressed in a Santa costume replaces the little Jesus in a nativity with a tiny baby doll dressed in a blue suit just like the one Little Adam was found wearing.]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Bianca (to Zach): Kendall has no idea what she wants. Neither do you, but you will by the time I'm through with you.
Kendall (to Ryan): You have got to be kidding me. He locked the door. Would you please unlock the door?
Ryan (to Kendall): Where'd he go?
Tad (to Father Clarence): Do I know you?
Father Clarence: No, but I knew Dixie.
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