All My Children Transcript Thursday 1/19/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Tad: Hey, Jonathan.
Di: Hi again. For you. It's not -- it's not much, but you saved my life, and I just wanted to show you a little bit of my gratitude.
Jonathan: "Thank you" was enough, but this is -- this is really nice, too. Hey, come on in.
Jonathan: Come on in, guys, yeah.
Tad: Thank you.
Jonathan: May I get you something to drink? I could make fruit punch.
Tad: What'd I tell you?
Di: See? I told Adam he was wrong about Jonathan.
Jonathan: Adam? Adam who? Adam Chandler? What was -- what was he saying about me?
Di: Oh, no, I was just telling you -- telling him what a nice man you were, how you risked your life by saving me from that icy water, and he still doesn't believe you changed.
Tad: You see, he thinks operation or no, you're still a dangerous person who's out to punish all the people of Pine Valley.
Jonathan: Adam Chandler shouldn't talk about me. He's the bad one, him and his son, J.R.
J.R.: Uh, yeah, Detective, my father has made some enemies over the years. He's Adam freaking Chandler! So what if it hasn't been 24 hours? He's missing! He's not here, he's disappeared! A list of everybody he's ticked off? There's not enough paper on the planet. Yeah, here's a thought -- how about you put the doughnut down, strap on a firearm, and find my father and his wife tonight! I knew it was a waste of time bringing the cops into this.
Babe: I can't take this anymore. How come we haven't heard anything from them?
J.R.: We will. I got my best guys working on this, and I just lit a fire under that cop's --
Babe: What if Mama's hurt? Or what if somebody doing something so awful to her right now, right this very second?
Krystal: Did you just say "I love you"?
Krystal: Or were you just choking on some spit?
Adam: I mastered the art of swallowing some time ago.
Krystal: Well, say it again!
Adam: I love you, I love you.
Krystal: Here, want to hear something that's going to make your head pop off?
Adam: I don't know.
Krystal: I love you, too.
[Krystal and Adam kiss.]
Opal: Oh, I got something good.
Joe: Shh, shh, shh.
Opal: Krystal and Adam sittin' in a truck lips glued together stuck, stuck, stuck!
Amanda: Mom, if you've done something, you have to tell me.
Janet: It would really curl your eyelashes, although they are so perfect just as they are.
Amanda: What did you do?
Janet: Well, Mandy, I'm doing something for you every day, but that is a mommy's job. However, if you want particulars, well, all right, come on. Sit down, I'll tell you everything. But you have to promise not to cry.
[Knock on door]
Zach: Don't tell me -- you came all the way out here to put money on Detroit for the Stanley Cup.
Julia: No. I came for the answer to a simple question. Do you want Kendallís baby?
Kendall: Ok, I am so not up for mind games, so whatever bad joke you just blurted out, please take back, please.
Ryan: Kendall, you're having my baby. I mean, doesn't it make sense that you should be my wife?
Kendall: That ridiculous proposal -- that was just some dumb stunt to keep me from making you leave.
Ryan: Yeah, you're right. I just -- I didn't want to end our discussion prematurely, you're right.
Kendall: I told you, Ryan, there's no discussion. I'm not up to debating about our baby's fate tonight.
Ryan: Ok. That's fine. If you want to put it off, that's fine. I understand, but I need one thing before I go. I need you to promise me that you will not remarry Zach.
Kendall: Ok, for the 10,000th time, baby or no baby, you're not the boss of me.
Ryan: No, I'm not, Kendall, but I need to be 100% sure that when it comes time to make a decision for -- for this child that it will be between you --
Kendall: Yes, that's the way it works.
Ryan: And not without me.
Zach: I want whatever Kendall wants. Is that what you wanted to hear or --
Julia: I just want to make sure that any bad feelings you have for Ryan won't create a problem.
Zach: Won't create a problem for you and -- and Ryan? Wow, that's -- no, I'm not going to do that. And if you think that I'm going to create a problem for Kendall and her baby, then you don't know me very well. I don't like Lavery. But I'm not a threat to him unless I feel he's a threat to me and the people I care about.
Julia: Well, how would you like to up the odds on keeping it that way?
Tad: Jonathan, Adam is nothing if not consistent. He's always a pain in the neck, so I always try to steer clear of him. Maybe you should, too.
Jonathan: Tell him that. I -- I have some things that I have to do, so you guys should probably go now.
Di: Oh, well, don't you want to open the present that I brought for you?
Jonathan: Well, since you came all the way down.
Di: It's an antique kaleidoscope. I've had it for a few years now. So you look through this end at the light -- uh-huh -- and you turn the other end, and you're going to be amazed at what you see.
Jonathan: Wow! This is so cool.
Jonathan: Thank you. Thank you very much.
Di: Yeah. I'm glad you like it.
Tad: Listen, Jonathan, I got a great idea. Have you ever met my ex-wife, Brooke English?
Jonathan: No, no, I don't think I have.
Tad: Well, she works on this magazine, "Tempo," and I was thinking that maybe she'd like to interview you, you know, for a big story about how you not only saved Diís life but also Little Adamís.
Jonathan: No, I -- I don't save people too much.
Tad: Well, I didn't know you could save people too much.
Jonathan: I was just at the right place at the right time. That's it.
Di: Well, right. I'll say you were at the right place at the right time. Because, Jonathan, I'm -- I'm starting to remember some of what happened at the lake. I don't think it was an accident. I think somebody tried to -- tried to push me in that hole. I think somebody tried to kill me.
Janet: "Mommy, you are pretty. Mommy, you are nice. Mommy, I love you because you fix the scrapes on my elbows, you make me fancy dresses, and you never get mad at me. And, Mommy, you're the best mommy in the whole wide world." Now, how is that for a trip down memory lane? That's a Mother's Day card from when you were 7 years old. I have read it so many times, I've got it ground into my skull.
Amanda: And I do love you, Mom, which is why --
Janet: And I love you more and more and more and more, to infinity! No, what I have done for you, Amanda, is -- is nothing short of miraculous! Give me a J! Give me an A! Give me an N-E-T! Whoo! No, what I've done for you -- what I've done for you, Amanda, is I've just given you all of me.
Amanda: Mom, have you been taking your meds lately?
Janet: That's a terrible thing to ask.
Amanda: Mom, I'm not trying to hurt your feelings, I'm not, but I have to know, ok? Have you gone to the doctor lately for your checkup?
Amanda: Oh, Mom, forget the mirror, please.
Janet: Do you think I should change my hair color? You know, I saw Paris Hilton's mother on the television the other night. She's blonde, and she's very pretty. You deserve to have a pretty mother. Do you think I should change hair color? I could be a blonde again, you know, like Aunt Natalie, and I think your father certainly liked me better that way.
Amanda: Mom, I think that you are beautiful the way you are.
Janet: Well, that may be, but I'm not sure. Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?
Image: Not you. I can say that with conviction. You got to zip it up. Do you really want Amanda to find out that you've got all those people stashed in the back of a truck with laughing gas up their snoots? No. Oh, I can just see next year's Mother's Day card. "Mommy, you're a nut case. Mommy, don't hold your breath waiting for me to come visit you in the cellblock. Mommy, you are the craziest mommy in the whole wide world!"
Opal: Oh, man! That is something that makes my day
Adam: Now we are in love, admittedly and openly. I'd say it's only fitting we should go on a honeymoon.
Krystal: Ooh! Adam Chandler, boy, you are head over heels.
Adam: I prefer heels over head, but -- that was a good one, huh? Where do you want me to take you?
Krystal: Uh, I say let the kids decide.
Adam: You mean J.R. and Babe?
Adam: Why is it their say?
Krystal: Well, they're going with us.
Adam: On our honeymoon?
Krystal: Well, yeah, yeah. I mean, they're going to be remarried soon. I mean, I say let's make it a big old happy marriage twofer.
Adam: If you can't beat 'em --
Brooke: Ha, full house!
Opal: Full house? Full house? You know, if I wasn't feeling so giddy, I'd say you were cheating.
Joe: She's on a real winning streak.
Brooke: Listen, if we had to be kidnapped and left in here to rot, I'd say this is the right way to go.
Adam: You can say that again!
Babe: I can't believe we're going through this again.
J.R.: Where you going?
Babe: I need to go check on Little Adam again.
J.R.: He's fine, Babe. He's sleeping.
Babe: Yeah, I -- I really need to just see for myself.
J.R.: We have an armed guard upstairs. No one's getting in that room. And if you go up there, and you wake him up, all you're going to do is upset him. Look, I know how easy it is to think the worst, but I also know it can eat you alive. I know, I know, I'm the last person who should be preaching positive thinking. But in this instance, it's all we got.
Babe: You don't understand, J.R. Mama and I, we're joined at the hip. We don't do anything or go anywhere without telling each other exactly what we're going to do and how long we're going to be gone.
J.R.: As a matter of fact, I do know how close you guys are. Mama-in-law moved in right after we did.
Babe: What if she's hurt? She -- the thing is that she's not just my mom, she's my best friend. And other than Little Adam, she's all I've got.
J.R.: That's not true. You have me.
Janet: Well, you'll be glad to know that this mirror's being a crabby old fusspot and won't answer me, so you tell me, who's the fairest of them all?
Amanda: You are, of course, Mom.
Janet: I know that that's a lie, but it's still very nice to hear.
Amanda: I love you so much. I worry about you a lot. A lot of really weird things have been happening lately.
Janet: Oh --
Amanda: I just want to make sure that you're safe.
Janet: Now, you sweetie, you know that your mommy can take care of herself. Haven't I always?
Amanda: I guess.
Janet: Yeah, well, somebody's been having fun, because the time has just flown right by, and if I'm going to catch that plane in about an hour, I really think I'd better get going. Better skedaddle!
Amanda: It'll be good for you to get back into your routine at home.
Janet: I'm going to miss you. But I do have a new paint-by-numbers set that I am just itching to start. It's "The Rape of the Sabine Women," by Rubens. Oh, honey, we really have to expand your cultural horizons. I see a trip to an art museum in our very near future. I love you, love, love, love you. Whoo!
Tad: Well, do you remember anything specific about who pushed you? I mean, were they tall, short, male, female?
Jonathan: I told you that I never saw anyone, ok? And when -- when I showed up at that shack, Di was already in the water!
Tad: Jonathan, Jonathan, I was talking to Di.
Di: Well, I hope you don't think I was implying that I thought you pushed --
Jonathan: I -- I got some things I have to do now. I think that -- I think that you guys should go. I think it's time to go now.
Tad: Ok, well, of course. You know, we wouldn't want to hold you up. Listen, if by chance you do start to remember things, you know, anything specific about that night, like maybe somebody leaving the scene, even a sound, or even if you want to just talk to someone, you know, you can call me anytime, ok?
Kendall: Ryan, I would never make a decision about what comes next for this baby without talking to you.
Ryan: That's what you say today, Kendall, but tomorrow's a different ballgame.
Kendall: That's not fair.
Ryan: It is fair, Kendall. I can think of a hundred different times when everything was cool between you and me, and then I get on your bad side and you go off. Like the time you were so upset when I gave Greenlee half of Cambias. You tried to expose us as frauds to the board. Like the time that you slept with my brother. Kendall, I could keep going and going and going.
Kendall: Stop, Ryan. Ryan, that was a long time ago and that was different. I was in love with you then.
Ryan: It wasn't that long ago. And if that's how you pay back people that you love, I mean, what should I expect?
Kendall: Ok, you're being ridiculous. Ryan, this is our baby. You can trust me with this.
Ryan: No, I can't, and I won't.
Zach: Now, I'm assuming that this proposition of yours needs my participation in some way.
Julia: Well, I need you to trust me. And, yes, I will need your help.
Zach: Let's hear some more.
Julia: You will. But for now your job is to convince Kendall that I'm not Satan. And, in fact, I may be her new best friend.
Kendall: You big jerk. You trying to goad me out of cutting you out of this?
Ryan: No, I'm not, Kendall. Obviously I'm not, and I'm truthfully not trying to hurt your feelings here. This is -- it's just such a bizarre situation that we've got ourselves in, Kendall. I basically signed off on all my rights when I became a donor, Kendall, and I talked to Livia, and she really thinks that I should get this in writing.
Kendall: My God, Ryan. Do you honestly really think that I would turn on you? My God.
[Ryan catches Kendall as she trips over an electrical cord.]
Ryan: Whoa, whoa, careful. You ok?
Ryan: You ok? You sure?
Kendall: Yes, I'm fine, but thank God you were standing there. I swear, I have turned into such a klutz lately. It's like someone pulled the plug on my brain.
[Kendall sighs as Ryan looks suspiciously down at the cord she pulled out of the wall.]
Di: And then the minute the topic changed to me being pushed in the water, Jonathan did a complete 180. The way he hustled us out of there?
Tad: It was very telling. I know, I know. The problem is, why? Is he guilty or is he upset because people think he's guilty?
Di: Maybe I should've just followed your lead instead of jumping right to pretending that I remembered an attacker.
Tad: No, no, you were great. Hell, you were better than that. I mean, let's face it, Jonathan was sketchy from the moment we showed up. If you hadn't come up with the present idea, we never would've gotten past the front door.
Di: Ok, well, here we are, no closer to knowing anything.
Tad: Yeah. And you're out one antique kaleidoscope. God. My mother, my father, Brooke, Krystal, Adam. What's wrong? What the hell am I missing?
Adam: Whoa, whoa. What's going on here? Why are you kissing me?
Krystal: No, you -- you were kissing me.
Opal: This is kind of loose. Oh, here's my 3. That's what I wanted.
Joe: Royal flush!
Joe: Royal flush!
Brooke: A flush?
Joe: This doesn't make any sense.
Brooke: What is going on?
Opal: What -- what in -- you -- you were cheating.
Adam: Wait. Wait. We've been gassed or something.
Brooke: Gas? Gas!
Brooke: Something was being pumped into the truck.
Joe: Nitrous oxide.
Brooke: Laughing gas?
Opal: Oh, my land. That's why my teeth are tingling. I feel like I just spent a month at the dentist.
Krystal: By the way, I so do not love you.
Adam: You said you did. I heard you.
Krystal: I only said that, because you said it. I felt sorry for you.
Adam: No, you meant it.
Krystal: I didn't know what I was saying!
Adam: But you said it.
Krystal: Oh, you know what, I wouldn't love you if you had your face reconstructed, and you called yourself Johnny Depp.
Brooke: Oh, well, you tell him, Krystal.
Adam: Who's doing this to us?
Joe: What kind of maniac would lock us in the back of a truck and then fill it up with laughing gas?
Janet's voice: They cut out that tumor, and what if they didn't get enough of it? What if they took too little tumor and too much brain, huh? Now, that would certainly explain everything, wouldn't it?
Jonathan: Hey, Erin.
Erin: Hey. Are you ok?
Jonathan: I'm going to go for walk. I'll see you later, ok?
Amanda: Hey, you've been with Tad this whole time?
Jamie: Yeah, and then with Aidan, going over hospital security tapes.
Amanda: What for?
Jamie: My mom's missing -- and my granddad and my grandmother and Krystal and Adam.
Amanda: Oh, my God. Uh, do you want some cookies?
Amanda: I'm going to bake some.
Amanda: Well, it's what I do when I get freaked, you remember?
Jamie: Amanda, you have nothing to be freaked about.
Amanda: Your mom is missing, ok? What upsets you upsets me. I just don't know who would do something so awful. I mean, whoever it is has to be -- crazy.
Image: That's -- that's nasty.
Janet: It's my punishment. I almost spilled the beans to Amanda today.
Image: Yeah, but oatmeal? Oh, that's disgusting.
Janet: My mother used to give this to me. Natalie got French toast, I got oatmeal. "Janet, don't you argue with me. You're going to eat this oatmeal until you lose all that weight." She was a mean old cow.
Image: Well, I certainly hope that oatmeal is brain food, because you need to be figuring out what comes next. Have you got the next piece of the puzzle?
Janet: No, I don't have the next piece of the puzzle, darn it! Ugh!
[After Janet picks up her toy truck and drops it in her oatmeal in frustration, she come up with a bright idea.]
Janet: Oh, my. How perfectly gorgeous.
Babe: I'm scared. I'm thinking the worst. You'd say anything to calm me down right now.
J.R.: You're not alone. I love you, Babe. I know sometimes that's hard to believe -- a lot of times -- because of the way I act and the things that I do, but it's always there. And I really believe it's going to work out. We're going to find our parents, and then we're going to run back to that island and we're going to get married, and it's going to be the way that we always wanted it to be -- you and me together, in love. You still don't trust me. I get it. It's going to take us a while to get back there, both of us. But you wouldn't have asked me to marry you if you didn't have some faith.
Babe: I am not a saint, J.R.
J.R.: Who's talking saints? Who wants a saint? You have your doubts, you put them out there, and I totally love that about you. I think it is so cool how you put your heart in your hand and you go out on that ledge, like you're ready for anything. It's like you -- you believe in happy endings so much that you're willing to put your heart on the line just for the small chance that you'll get one. I want that. I want to be able to give you that trust. And I know we can make it work this time. I believe it. Look, we're going to find your mom. We're going to find your best friend. And you have me. You'll always have me.
Babe: You don't really want to make that type of commitment to me.
J.R.: Was I the only one on the island when I said, "Let's do it"? I mean that. I'm still there. I hope that you're still there. Babe, say that you'll marry me?
Kendall: Ryan, will you marry me? Got your attention.
Ryan: Oh, I'm sorry. I just -- I had this thought. It was a little crazy --
Zach: Don't let me interrupt. What's your crazy thought?
Ryan: Might not be so crazy.
Kendall: Ok, you know what, Ryan -- I think now is a good time for you to get going, don't you?
Ryan: Yeah, I do, actually. We'll talk more about this later?
Kendall: Yes. So, how was your day?
Zach: Always eventful. Yours?
Kendall: Ditto. I know you're dying to ask, so ask. Thanks. "What was Ryan doing here?"
Zach: That's between you and Ryan.
Kendall: He wants to ensure his legal rights to the baby, and I think I should give him what he wants.
Tad: Just keep at it, Fish-and-Chips. I appreciate it. I'll call you back. It's Aidan.
Di: Does he know anything new?
Tad: Well, he's sure they were taken from the hospital -- I mean, Opal and my father and Brooke -- because their cars are still in the lot and that's where the shoes were found. The only problem is there's nothing shady on any of the security videos.
Di: So that means whoever did this knew exactly where to do it, so they wouldn't get caught.
Tad: I got to tell you, Di, it's so frustrating, because I know if I just had something substantial, I could -- you know, I could figure this thing out. Then again, I'm trying to get water out of a drinking fountain in the middle of winter. It's just so weird. I mean, J.R.ís right, they have nothing in common except for being extended family.
Di: Could Madden be involved in this? He was researching your family.
Tad: It's possible. I just -- my gut tells me no. I mean, whoever did this was organized, brilliant, but definitely unconventional -- like insane unconventional.
Di: David Hayward?
David: So you are alive.
Julia: Was there some nasty rumor going around about me?
David: I was about to start one. Haven't heard from you in a while. All sorts of ugly possibilities crossed my mind.
Julia: Did the possibility that I might be busy ever cross your mind?
David: Oh, come on, everybody makes time for pleasure. So who's the lucky guy?
Julia: Hmm. One amazing night does not give you access to my hard drive, David Hayward.
David: Hmm. Well, what if I still remember the password?
Julia: Some files are impenetrable.
David: I like you, Julia. You're smart, you're funny, you're sexy, and you make me laugh. Do you have any idea how long it's been since a woman has done that? Frankly, I'd be out of my mind to stay away. And if I'm right, that's the last thing you want from me, as well. So how would you like to go and find out if our one wild, passionate night together was an anomaly or just a hint of some more excitement to come?
Jamie: I appreciate your concern, but you seem really wigged out.
Amanda: I really care about you, Jamie, and I hate seeing you like this. If only you had some clue as to who was behind all these kidnappings.
Jamie: Yeah, I mean, if it was Adam, I would understand. He's got more enemies than money. But my grandfather? I mean, he makes friends in line at the grocery store. And my mom and Opal and Krystal? It really doesn't make any sense.
Amanda: No, it doesn't at all.
Adam: You and Palmer hatched this whole inane plot just to make me look crazy. You were probably videotaping me kissing you and then saying all that sickening stuff, so you could broadcast it to the board of directors.
Krystal: Oh, you dumb klutz. If I wanted to prove that you were crazy, why would I lock us all in this truck and choke us half to death with that laughing gas?
[Cab door closes]
Joe: Wait, wait.
Opal: Help! Help!
Adam: Hey! Hey!
Adam: Come on, let us out! Let us out!
Krystal: Where are you taking us?
Janet sings: Sink, o sink, o little truck. My good fortune's your bad luck
Tad: I don't know. I mean, don't get me wrong, it's not a bad idea. I wouldn't put a mass kidnapping past David, and he's certainly bright enough to carry it off. He'd probably throw in the shoe thing just to mess with my head, but --
Di: You don't think it's David, do you?
Tad: It just doesn't fit. I mean, think about it. He's got a grudge against my father, but Brooke and Opal? And there's no way he's going to put Babe through the torture of being terrified for her mother. He's a snake, but he's a snake that loves his daughter.
Tad: No, there's definitely something I'm missing. I'm such an idiot.
Tad: That's it! My father's got the same phone as I do. There's a GPS in it. If -- if it's anywhere near him -- just a second. Yeah, hi. I'm sorry, my name is Tad Martin. I need to get a location on a Dr. Joseph Martin. It's important. Yeah, I am family. Like I said, "Martin, Martin." I'm his son. I just told you it's an emergency. Please, just -- please, if you don't trust me, just -- just call the Pine Valley Police Department for confirmation. Can you do it? Brilliant. Can you call me back at this number? Thank you.
Tad: Oh, God, just -- I pray he's hanging on to his phone.
Di: Ok. All right, all right, so we can eliminate Madden and David, and, honestly, Tad, I don't think it's Jonathan either. I mean, this is -- this is personal. Jonathan has no motive to go after your extended family.
Tad: You're right. Whoever did this is definitely hanging on to a grudge.
Di: So if it's not Jonathan and it's not David, then who?
Tad: Come on.
Zach: If you want to give Ryan his rights on paper, I think you should do it.
Zach: Yeah. Your instincts have been right on as long as I've known you. Why wouldn't you trust that now?
Kendall: Thank you.
Zach: You look a little tired.
Kendall: Yeah, I'd say I'm just a little tired.
Zach: Hmm. So let's get you off your feet and straight to bed.
[Zach picks Kendall up and carries her to the bedroom.]
Erin: Hey. Must be catching.
Ryan: What's that, you getting sick?
Erin: No, but you don't look so good. Jonathan was acting all weird. I think something's bugging him.
Ryan: Yeah, I'll ask him what's going on when I get back.
Erin: Wait, whoa, whoa, you're leaving again? What is wrong, Ryan?
Ryan: Nothing. At least somebody better pray to God nothing.
Erin: Come on, both of my brothers just go tear out of here without a word?
Ryan: Wait, wait, wait. Where did Jonathan go?
Erin: He said he was going for a walk, but he seemed upset.
Ryan: We said that we were going to trust him. Remember that?
Erin: Ryan, will you please tell me what's going on?
Ryan: I have a hunch about something that I have to check out, ok, and it might involve my son. Bye.
[Zach tucks Kendall into bed then kneels next to her.]
Zach: I love you.
Kendall: Thank you for being so good to me, being so patient, so honest.
Julia: Persistence. I -- I like that.
David: You ain't seen nothing yet.
Julia: It's very tempting.
David: Then go with that.
Julia: But tonight isn't going to work for me. I'm sorry.
David: Hey, no problem. Thought I'd give it a shot. But I can come back another time. You take care of yourself, Julia. It was great seeing you again.
Julia: Oh, wait! Don't go. I don't want to be alone.
J.R.: I keep saying it out loud, and it sounds weird to me, but I mean it. I mean, I'm really into the idea of having a family again. Little Adam getting the benefit of both of his parents together and being around? I mean, what a concept, we're actually getting along. I mean, the poor kid is so used to us fighting and divvying up his time between us. I'm just really psyched about him having Mom and Dad again. I just pray that he doesn't remember all the bad times when he gets older, because I know what that's like growing up with fighting parents. Little Adam growing up in a normal -- normal household? I mean, how great does that sound?
Babe: I -- I can't do this, J.R. I can't marry you.
J.R.: You got to be kidding.
Babe: I wish I were, but I'm not. I can't let this go on, not without telling you the truth.
Jamie: Is there any word on my mom or the others?
Tad: Not yet. You listen to me. I've hit a brick wall, I got nowhere left to turn, so I'm going to ask you straight up. If you know anything about what's going on, you tell me right now.
Janet: Perfect-a-mundo! Ew. Yuck-a-doodle.
[Truck creaks as Janet parks it in quicksand.]
[All shouting as truck begins to sink.]
Krystal: Let us out of here! Let us out!
Adam: I'll write you a big, fat check if you let us out of here!
Opal: Oh! Oh!
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Kendall (to Zach): You lied again.
Janet (to Jonathan): You start following orders or people are going to start to die!
Tad (to Amanda): This is my mother and my father. Help me.
Brooke: I know what we're sinking into. I've felt it before.
Opal: I'm afraid to ask.
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