AMC Transcript Friday 12/23/05

All My Children Transcript Friday 12/23/05


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J.R.: Welcome home, little man.

Babe: Look how pretty it is. It's all for you, sweet boy.

Opal: Oh, there he is, my precious little jingle bell!

J.R.: Yeah, he came through the kidnapping as any strong Chandler would.

Opal: Yes, and thank the good Lord for that.

Adam: And you've all heard the update. Good night.

David: Is there any news on my grandson -- he's home.

Krystal: Jonathan Lavery led his sister and Aidan Devane right to the baby.

David: Well, has he seen a doctor?

Adam: Of course, he has. Now clear out, the lot of you.

J.R.: All right, now hold on a second. Babe and I would like to celebrate our son's return, so stick around. If you care about Little Adam, you belong here.

Derek: Ok. Now, let's talk about your latest adventure -- with the Chandler baby.

Jonathan: Well -- well, babies don't lie. And Little Adam said that Santa took him.

Derek: Is that a confession?

Bianca: You love Kendall. You love her so much, you divorced her? Now, that has to sound insane, even to you.

Zach: It's what she wanted.

Bianca: What she wanted? Kendall has no idea what she wants. Neither do you, but you will -- by the time I'm through with you.

Kendall: No, no, no. See, you can't be here right now, because I don't even know if I'm really here.

Father Clarence: What better place to find yourselves on Christmas Eve? Welcome, Ryan.

Ryan: Oh -- well, thank you. How did you know that I was going to show up here?

Kendall: I didn't.

Ryan: Well -- I mean, you told him my name.

Kendall: No, he -- he just knows.

Father Clarence: I'm Father Clarence.

Ryan: Hello. Hi. Look, you ran your car off the road. Are you ok?

Kendall: I --

Ryan: Are you feeling all right?

Kendall: I -- I'm -- I don't even know if I'm conscious.

Father Clarence: I assure you, you are.

Ryan: Why, did you hit your head?

Kendall: No, I -- I almost ran down Father Clarence.

Father Clarence: Not a scratch on me. Look, I know you both have things to catch up on.

Ryan: What? What does that mean?

Kendall: I don't know. Come -- listen, don't listen to him. He's not making sense, ok? I don't understand this, but this chapel does not belong here and neither does he. Ok, listen, last year, he was in town. He was, like, downtown.

Ryan: Yeah, well, I mean, priests get relocated, don't they? Different assignments, different parishes --

Kendall: What, and bring their steeple and their chapel with them? Uh-uh, no. Uh-uh, this guy's parish is from the Twilight Zone.

Father Clarence: I'm a good friend of Kendall’s.

Kendall: Oh, yeah, like hell -- you are not. Yes, we have met, but honestly, I'm really not in the mood for this other-worldly hoo-ha stuff, ok? So I want to go home, Ryan, ok? I really want to go home right now.

Ryan: Ok. You know what? I'll get you back to your car, don't worry about it.

Kendall: Ok. Oh, you have got to be kidding me.

Ryan: Let me try. I can get -- hold on a sec.

Kendall: He locked the door. He locked the door. Would you please unlock the door?

Ryan: Where'd he go?

Kendall: Hey.

Ryan: Father Clarence?

Kendall: Father Clarence, let us out of here! Let us out of here, now!

Ryan: Hey, Kendall -- Kendall, it's not like he just forgot about us and left us in here.

Kendall: Yeah, unless he vanished through this door that we can't open. Father Clarence!

Ryan: He slipped out when we weren't looking, which means there's got to be another way out of here.

Kendall: No, Ryan, I told you, this man -- he is not of this world.

Ryan: Hey, hey, just relax, ok? He's a priest. He's not going to leave us locked in here, ok? Here, I'll try the door. I don't even see a lock on this thing.

Kendall: Oh, my God.

[Ryan picks up a large baby Jesus figure.]

Ryan: I didn't see that before.

Kendall: It's because it wasn't there.

Bianca: Did you divorce Kendall because she's carrying Ryan's baby?

Zach: No.

Bianca: So you're ok with it.

Zach: If your sister wants to have a baby, yeah, I'm ok with that. But she doesn't want me in her life. I'm out.

Bianca: Because she says so? Ok, here's all you need to know about my sister -- she will say anything to protect herself, and to keep from getting hurt.

Zach: Well, I took her at her word.

Bianca: Her word? Well, get this, Zach. Kendall's word to me is that she loves you.

Kendall: Ok, that's where he belongs. All right. Well, I'm all Christmassed out.

Ryan: Not exactly the way I thought I'd spend my Christmas Eve, either.

Kendall: Come on, this is Christmas, not April Fools'!

Ryan: Don't waste your energy on the door, Kendall. The only way that door's going to move is if your pal Father Clarence moves it.

Kendall: Yeah, my pal. That's a good one. We are getting out of this Christmas trap.

Ryan: Don't even bother. Don't even bother using your cell phone. There's no service. I already tried.

Kendall: No, I want out of here. I want out of here now!

Ryan: Hey, hey, hey, relax. It's ok. He didn't vanish into thin air, ok?

Kendall: Yeah, that's what you think.

Ryan: Here, come on. So you really spent last Christmas with this guy?

Kendall: Well, sort of. Yeah. I mean, I was upset and confused, and he kept telling me how I need to have -- you know what? You can't force me to listen to another one of your dumb, boring lectures on faith! Do you hear me, Father Clarence? Now, I want out of this damn place! I want out of here this very minute.

Derek: See, I don't come from the North Pole. Maybe you express yourselves differently over there, but you're Santa. If Santa took the kid --

Jonathan: I'm only dressed as Santa, because I was being Santa at the mall.

Erin: Jonathan, don't say anything else, ok? My brother has the right to an attorney.

Derek: You want a public defender, or one of your boys from the North Pole?

Jonathan: I didn't take Little Adam, I found him.

Derek: You knew just where to go.

Jonathan: Well, I prayed to find him.

Erin: Please -- please, don't say anything else.

Derek: It'll go better for your brother if he cooperates. What are you so afraid of?

Jonathan: I think that Erin’s afraid that I really did do it. But I didn't, Erin. Detective Frye’s going to find out who did do it, and then you're going to feel really bad about it.

Aidan: Jonny, I'd listen to your sister if I were you. Keep quiet, all right?

Jonathan: Am I really going to be here for a while?

Derek: Oh, yeah. A long while.

Jonathan: Lily got overloaded at the mall because of the noise and the crowds, and I was supposed to do her shopping for her, and I haven't been able to do it yet.

Erin: Oh, sweetie, that can wait.

Jonathan: No, Erin, it can't wait. It's really important. Ok? Here. Here, I need a -- a leather -- wallet for Jackson, a figurine for Erica, and -- and a warm-up suit for Reggie.

Erin: I can't go shopping.

Derek: You're going to have to go someplace. Your brother's in custody. And since you're not his legal counsel, you're going to have to leave.

Jonathan: Good. Because this is really important. Here. Buy really nice stuff, ok? But nothing red. Nothing red. And then take them to Lily over at her dad's house. Erin, it's really important, ok? It's Christmastime, and Lily needs her presents. And -- I'm a big -- I'm a big boy, remember? I can take care of myself.

Erin: Ok. I love you. And I'll keep trying to get in touch with Ryan and Livia.

Aidan: Hey, listen, I can do the shopping for you.

Erin: No, Jonathan wants me to go.

Aidan: Yeah, well, I'll deliver them, then. That way, you don't have to deal with Jackson.

Erin: This is my job, and I can handle it myself.

Babe: J.R., do you think Little Adam could get an early start on some presents?

Opal: Yeah!

J.R.: Well, I don't see why not. Who's it from?

Babe: Di.

J.R.: Why don't you pick another one?

Opal: Yeah, let's find you some pretty presents, hmm?

Babe: Ok.

Opal: What could be in there?

Babe: Is this for you?

Opal: Look!

Babe: Want to see what's in there? Look at the red. Pretty red bow. Let's wait for Daddy, though.

Opal: Yeah. Yeah!

[Babe spots J.R. burning Di’s present in the fireplace.]

Father Clarence: What more perfect night to make a wish?

Tad: I'm sorry, I thought I was alone. Do I know you?

Father Clarence: No, but I knew Dixie.

Kendall: Father Clarence knew Bianca, he said. He said he met her last year. I mean, she came here and she -- she needed answers. And apparently, she -- she found what she needed, and he thought that I might, too.

Ryan: And did you?

Kendall: I guess, at the time. I -- I thought my sister would never wake up. I was upset and I was depressed and confused, and I was already -- I was already grieving her. And then Father Clarence said that I should trust, and I should approach my troubles with faith instead of fear. And then Bianca woke up from her coma. It was a Christmas miracle. But since then, I haven't really had much use for faith.

Ryan: Well, maybe it's just been a little tough for you to find, you know, with everything that's been going on -- the pregnancy, Greenlee unloading on you, Zach.

Kendall: How did I get here? I mean, not here, but with all this stuff piled on me? It's -- it's too much. I don't know what to do.

Ryan: I could help you.

Kendall: No, you can't. I don't think anyone can, really.

Ryan: Well, maybe it'll get a little easier for you once I'm gone.

Kendall: Gone like when we get out of here?

Ryan: No, gone like moving away -- gone.

Kendall: Are you -- are you taking off? You leaving Pine Valley?

Ryan: Well, yeah. You said you didn't want me around.

Kendall: Well, you -- just hop on your motorcycle and take off. You're -- you're great at escapes.

Ryan: Did you drop that?

Kendall: No.

Ryan: No? It wasn't here before.

[Ryan picks up a necklace off the floor and examines it closely.]

Ryan: Oh, my God.

Bianca: Well, I know that you're not going to jump up and down or anything, but at least admit that this is good news.

Zach: You know, there's probably a good reason why Kendall said what she said, but --

Bianca: Yeah, because I wormed it out of her.

Zach: She's having a hard time right now. She's having the baby, Ryan keeps interfering. She doesn't know what she feels.

Bianca: You and Kendall are both experts at denying your feelings. Although, I could always tell there was more going on with you whenever you looked at your niece.

Zach: Hmm, I see. And now you're an expert on Kendall’s feelings, as well?

Bianca: Mm-hmm. Look, of course she's hiding it from you, because she doesn't want to get hurt, she doesn't want to set herself up for another fall. But I -- I got her to admit the truth. She's in love with you. And this is not my imagination. It's not her hormones talking. This is rock-solid truth.

Zach: Ok, rock solid -- good. All right. Well, maybe she does feel some love. Maybe she does. It makes no difference. Because I gave her the divorce papers. She didn't object.

Bianca: Well, of course not. She was shocked. She was disappointed. She's afraid, and with good reason. I mean, Kendall -- it's hard for her to open herself up to love. She doesn't accept it easily. She needs to be convinced that it's the truth. And you just made your job that much harder. Now you got to go after her. You got to find her, and you got to really convince her that you love her.

Zach: I think Kendall’s got enough pressure right now, don't you?

Bianca: If you love each other, that doesn't add to the pressure, that relieves it. Believe me, I know. I mean, Maggie and I held out so long, we thought we were going to explode.

Zach: Well, we're not you and Maggie. It's a little different. And I'm not going to make the same mistakes that I made with Maria.

Bianca: Kendall's nothing like Maria.

Zach: I know that, and I'm not -- I'm not saying that, but Maria didn't want me in her life. I kept pressuring her, and I ruined her life, that's what I did. And now it's Kendall and me, and there's a child involved, as well.

Bianca: Well, I won't speak too soon. I don't know how things are going to turn out, but the way you are with Miranda, I think you'd make a good dad.

Zach: Your business partner would disagree.

Bianca: If you had been there from the start with Ethan, you would have had a chance. And as for Maria and Kendall, their situations are entirely different. Kendall isn't married to anybody else. She isn't choosing between you or anyone else. She's just afraid. She's afraid to open herself up to love. She doesn't have a lot of faith in it. But you can change that. You're the only one who can.

Kendall: Well, it's -- it's just a St. Christopher medal, and this is a church.

Ryan: It's mine. Kendall, my mother gave this to me, like, when I was 13. She was afraid that I'd lose my way, so she said that I should wear this and I'd be ok.

Kendall: Well, that's -- that's very nice. You must have dropped it.

Ryan: No, you don't understand. I lost this years ago. I lost it before I left home. Well, I didn't exactly lose it. My father knew how much it meant to me, so he ripped it off me, and he threw it in the trash.

Kendall: Oh. Aren't -- I mean, aren't most St. Christopher medals sort of alike?

Ryan: No, look. The chain is still broken here. The chain is broken, and the clasp is still done up.

Kendall: Ok. All right, Ryan, but that doesn't mean it's the same one that your dad ripped off of you in Des Moines.

Ryan: It's mine. I hated my mother. I hated her almost as much as I hated him, because she used to get drunk into a stupor and let us get kicked around. She never protected us. Except when she gave me this. This was the kind of mother that I always wanted. This one believed that maybe my life could be better. I loved my mother because of this.

Kendall: Well, I'm -- I'm glad you found that medal. If it helps you to believe that it's yours, then --

Ryan: It is mine, Kendall. This is the St. Christopher medal that my mother gave me.

Kendall: Fine. Well, then this is a Christmas miracle, and I'm happy for you. So the only thing that I want for Christmas is to get the heck out of this chapel. No.

[Kendall finds a drawing in a pew.]

Ryan: What? What? What is that?

Kendall: It's -- it's me. When I -- when I was little -- when I -- I was a princess. See the crown? I always knew I was a princess. I -- I used to insist to Alice, my adoptive mother, that she would hang up all of my artwork -- get rid of all of her postings and her -- her clippings and make room for my next masterpiece. But did I -- did I ever once include her or Bill in any of those pictures? Not one. And still, she -- she kept this on the refrigerator until I was 12.

Kendall: "My princess always." Alice wrote that. She loved me. She wanted me. She -- she said that she chose me from all the other little girls in the world to be her daughter. Even when I was mean and horrible. Her little princess. That was Alice. She always loved me.

Babe: You know, Di probably did hear on the news that Little Adam was missing.

J.R.: What'd you think of that dump truck?

Babe: She's probably worried.

J.R.: I don't see her here. She can't be that worried. Look, she went on and on about her love for our son and me and Tad. She never really gave a damn.

Babe: And the last time that she came over to play nice, you treated us all to her exotic dancing video. And then you kicked her out.

J.R.: Di is as dead to me as my mother.


Opal: Oh, good.

Babe: It must be a magic dump truck.

J.R.: I knew Little Adam would get a kick out of it. I didn't know about the rest of them.

Babe: Thank you for letting me start the present opening early, letting me share that with him.

J.R.: When Little Adam was missing, I would have gone crazy if it hadn't been for you.

Tad: How did you know Dixie?

Father Clarence: A remarkable young woman.

Tad: Did you meet her at your church?

Father Clarence: A lie is a dreadful thing, isn't it? Some of them seem insurmountable, and the best way over them is to allow yourself to forgive. But of course, that's my business -- forgiveness.

Tad: Am I supposed to be able to understand what you're talking about?

Father Clarence: Ah, well -- many things are difficult to understand. Truth can be a lie, and a lie can be a truth.

Tad: Maybe I need a map to get through this conversation.

Father Clarence: Just turn it over in your mind, and you might be surprised what comes to you. Ah, the Christmas star. Now make that wish.

[While Tad looks up to look at the sky, Father Clarence disappears.]

Bianca: Will you help me with this?

Zach: Yeah.

Bianca: Trust Kendall to ignore decorating for the holidays.

Zach: She's been a little distracted lately.

Bianca: Yeah, well, it would have done her some good. It's like love. She has no idea how much she needs it. But you know, don't you? You need her as much as she needs you.

Zach: Yeah, well, I can't restore anybody's faith in love when I don't have any myself.

Bianca: See, you are perfect for each other. You're both screwed up.

Zach: I'm not perfect for anyone -- Kendall or anyone else.

Bianca: Yeah, well, we're none of us perfect. I'm not perfect. I know from screwed up.

Zach: Yeah? Well, your head is securely on your shoulders, and your heart's in the right place. And you went through a lot, I know. But even now, dealing with the sharks of Cambias in Europe --

Bianca: Yeah, but I had some help there, didn't I? I mean, I know you've been watching my back. Looking out for the Miranda Center, too.

Zach: Yeah, a few phone calls.

Bianca: Sure. Look, my sister can take some unbelievable chances, but never with her heart. She won't risk giving it over to somebody else. Whenever she's had a chance at love, she'll sabotage it. And that lets her stay in control. But her heart still gets broken. It's breaking right now, because she doesn't believe you love her. Tell her you love her again. Make her believe it.

Kendall: This -- this baby isn't just any child or anyone. He's half of you and half of me. This child is a product of pure love. He was conceived in love. He was wanted -- not by you or me, but by Greenlee -- and was created for her. I mean, I -- I never really could imagine myself as a mother, but that could change. I mean, with all the garbage with your family that you went through and how you were always so anti-kid, could you really see yourself as a father, I mean, at all?

Ryan: I don't know.

Kendall: Well, if I -- if I have this child, bring this child into this world, then if we're not ready to be good parents, then -- then there has to be someone else. I mean, there has to be someone really, really special like my adoptive mom and dad to love him and to want him no matter what and to treat him like a prince always.

Zach: Kendall and I are similar in a lot of ways, you know, and I don't mean in the well-dressed, perfect hair kind of way, but in -- sabotaging love? I mean, compared to me, she's an amateur.

Bianca: You can get past that.

Zach: I don't think I can. It's part of who I am. It's what life made me.

Bianca: No, I don't believe that. You can change. You make a choice to change.

Zach: I had a pretty bad track record, you know, with my dad and Ethan, Maria.

Bianca: And Kendall’s got a list just as long. I mean, no wonder you guys are afraid. But if you get together --

Zach: Then I'd be afraid for Kendall, because I wouldn't just break her heart. I'd destroy it.

Aidan: You didn't warm up, did you?

Erin: Are you tailing me?

Aidan: No, it was just a coincidence. You know, if you don't warm up, you don't give your lungs a chance to get used to the cold air.

Erin: I know, I know. I know what I did wrong, ok?

Aidan: Cup your hands like this. Go on. Honestly, it warms up the air going into your lungs. Do it -- it works. Is that better? See? How long have you been out here?

Erin: Not too long. I just -- I did all of Lily's shopping and then I dropped the presents off at Jackson Montgomery's, but nobody was home, so I just left them at the front door, and I had them all gift-wrapped before I went. See you later.

Aidan: Erin? You take off now, I'm going to be jumping over your body in about 30 yards. You know that.

Erin: Maybe you're right.

Aidan: Maybe? I think I am.

Erin: Jonathan wanted this Christmas to make up for all the other Christmases –

Krystal: Smile for posterity.

Singer: Jingle all the way. Oh, what fun it is to ride

J.R.: My boy's had a big day. I think it's time for him to go to bed.

Singer: Hey, jingle bells

Babe: Thank you again for letting me have this night with him.

Singer: Jingle all the way. Oh, what fun

J.R.: Come on. Let's go tuck him in.

Singer: It is to ride in a one-horse open sleigh

Babe: And we can warn him he might hear reindeer on the roof tonight.

Opal: Yeah, well, I don't know if Santa could wedge one more present into this place.

J.R.: Santa has his ways.

Adam: Good night. Good night, sleep tight.

Palmer: Yeah, sweet dreams.

Opal: Oh. Angels on your pillow, darling. Beautiful boy.

Babe: Wave nighty-night. Good night.

Opal: Nighty-night!

Adam: Good night.

Opal: Nighty-night.

J.R.: Good night.

Babe: J.R., you really gave our son one of the best gifts you could ever give him, and I'm not talking about the dump truck. It's just being in there and seeing all those people just pour their love on him, it's -- it's the best gift he could ever have, better than anything in Santa's big bag. It's all I need, too.

David: Another union between Babe and J.R. would be a huge mistake.

Krystal: Just be grateful that our grandson is alive and well, and stay out of my way.

Singer: Dashing through the snow

Palmer: That trashy video of your wedding really galvanized the board against Adam. They -- you have them firmly in the palm of your delicate hand.

Krystal: My grandson is back safe and sound. I don't give a hoot about corporations or takeovers.

Palmer: "Right now" had better follow that. You know, if you go soft, Adam will strike when you least expect it. He will search out any sign of weakness and destroy you.

Krystal: He is not going to get the chance, Palmer. My plans haven't changed. My number one New Year's resolution is to take Adam down so far that he will never get back up.

Opal: I really appreciate you sharing this time with the little guy, J.R.

J.R.: Well, I'm glad you could stay.

Opal: You know, you and me haven't really agreed on much of anything since you slithered back -- since you came back into the Chandler fold, but we both loved your mama. I miss her, too.

Opal: Merry Christmas.

J.R.: Merry Christmas.

Palmer: Ho-ho-ho! No offense.

Krystal: Here we go.

Palmer: Thank you.

Krystal: We'll finalize our plans after the holidays.

Palmer: We'll hang tough, strike first.

David: Hey.

Babe: Well, you've behaved yourself so far. Don't blow it.

David: All that matters is that Little Adam is safe and that you have the most wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year that you deserve, with everything you've ever hoped for.

Babe: You really mean it?

David: Yes, I do. I love you very much, Babe.

Babe: Merry Christmas.

Krystal: Don't wait up for me. I'm going to be in the nursery.

Adam: Well, I've hired six extra guards to patrol until further notice and -- and Lavery's still in police custody.

Krystal: Yeah, but for my own peace of mind, I do not want to let Little Adam out of my sight. I'd like to be close enough to hear him breathing all night long.

Adam: That's a great idea. Um -- good night. If you need either of us, we'll be in the nursery.

Babe: Night.

J.R.: Merry Christmas.

Adam: Merry Christmas.

Krystal: Turned out to be the merriest one in a long time.

Bianca: All relationships are a risk.

Zach: Yeah. Well, you and Maggie -- you're really together now, huh?

Bianca: Yeah, because we realized that it was worth the risk. And we may not last forever, but whether the odds are with us or against us, the payoff is right now, because we're happy.

Zach: And I'm happy for you. You deserve it.

Bianca: So do you. I bet you didn't think you'd be decorating a tree this Christmas.

Zach: I usually don't.

Bianca: Hmm. Some people think it's a lot of work for some stupid holiday, but it just brings me so much joy. I love it. I think it's so beautiful. And I love Christmas and all the traditions that go with it, and I think that I would put up a tree even if it only lasted a single night. Sharing joy, no matter how long it lasts.

Ryan: I'm with you on this, whatever you decide. If you choose to have our child, I will play whatever part that I can.

Kendall: You won't be disappointed if I have it?

Ryan: No. I mean, you know, we don't know what's going to happen or how it's going to play out or what kind of life he's going to have, but I keep hearing that somehow everything works out.

Kendall: As long as he gets lots of love and someone makes sure that he never loses his way.

Ryan: If you have our son, I'll be here for you, and I'll be here for him.

Kendall: I thought you said you're leaving town.

Ryan: No. Not if you choose to have our child and you want me to stay. And this is -- this is something that you don't have to tell me right now. Just take your time, but I'll stay in town while you deliver and then we'll just figure out what's best for him if you choose to have him.

Kendall: I want to do it. I want to do this. I -- I want to have our baby.

Erin: You know, someone told me that a woman should not run alone in the park at night.

Aidan: Really?

Erin: Yeah.

Aidan: Wow. Sounds like a smart man.

Kendall: I still have a lot to figure out.

Ryan: Well, you made the big decision -- you're having him.

Kendall: I wish I weren't so terrified.

Ryan: We can be terrified together.

[Bell tolls]

Kendall: Oh --

Ryan: Why am I not surprised?

Kendall: Because -- life is so full of surprises, what's one more little miracle?

Ryan: Maybe that's it. Merry Christmas, Kendall.

Kendall: Merry Christmas, Ryan. Merry Christmas to you, too.

Bianca: You think Kendall will like it?

Zach: There's something missing.

Bianca: You're right. Oh, man. It's late, isn't it? I better get home. I got to get back to Miranda, but Merry Christmas.

Zach: Merry Christmas.

Bianca: Here. I think you can handle it from here.

[Bianca hands Zach a silver star with the word “Joy” on it which he places on top of the tree.]

J.R.: Babe? I'm falling in love with you.

Tad: There are some people that think by now I should be wishing with someone else, but I can't shake you, not yet. I guess we'll always be a part of each other. Di says that I think loving her is betraying you. Maybe she's right. As much as I want to stop thinking about her, I -- I can't seem to. Somehow I've got both of you all muddled up in my heart. For the first time ever, I don't know what to wish for.

Di: I told you I'd come if I could. Merry Christmas, Dixie.

[Standing by the window bathed by sunlight is Dixie.]

>> On the next "All My Children" –

Amanda (to J.R.): You owe me, and you are not getting rid of me until you pay up.

Kendall (to Erica and Bianca): Don't get too excited about this baby. Another family may end up raising him.

Di (to Dixie): Have you decided if you're going to come home?

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