All My Children Transcript Monday 1/30/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
[The crowd murmurs as a demented Erica stabs Zach then holds the bloody knife up to his face.]
Kendall: Call 911! What are you doing? Somebody please help us! What is wrong with you? Get away from him!
Zach: I got your point. We'll take your name off the wedding guest list.
Kendall: Oh, my God, Zach --
Zach: It's just a scratch, don't worry about it.
Kendall: No, you're not, you're hurt.
Erica: You get away from me. You get away!
Tad: Hey, hey, hey, it's ok. It's ok, we' backing up.
Zach: Can someone please find a chair for my fiancée before it gets messy?
Anita: Gossip spreads in this hospital faster than any virus, so if a nurse showed up here wearing a uniform and cap from the 1940s, believe me, people would be talking about it.
Aidan: Hey, Lily? Is everything ok?
Erin: What, are you sick?
Lily: No, I'm here on business -- official detective business. Jonathan didn't do all the bad things that people said he's done, and there really is a chameleon lady out there trying to make him look crazy, and I'm going to prove it.
Erin: Lily, I think it's great that you want to help my brother, it is, but I think you're better off letting this one go, all right? I'd hate to see you get your heart broken.
Lily: Ok, Aidan, will you please take your new girlfriend somewhere else? I really don't like her right now.
Jonathan: 3,100, 3,101, 3,102 --
Ryan: You kidding me?
Jonathan: Oh. Oh, that? Well, yeah, I was only on 25, but I'm starting to get my sense of humor back, though. At least I thought it was funny.
Ryan: No, it's just that I -- I have some news that may not be quite so funny.
Jonathan: They can't find the woman with all the uniforms? Do you think I really tried to kill all those people?
Janet: These people are horrid -- J.R., Babe, Jamie. I mean, at one point, they have all pretended to be your friend, but they're really just out to get you. They are setting you up. They're despicable and loathsome, and they deserve everything that they're going to get.
Amanda: Babe and J.R. are major haters.
Amanda: But you're wrong about Jamie, Mom. He's not setting me up. You don't know him like I do.
Janet: Honey, I know it's got to hurt, but has your good old mom ever misled you? No. Jamie Martin is a lying, conniving meanie! He's out to get you, Mandy. Jamie cannot be trusted. Do as your old mom says. From here on out, exercise extreme caution around that boy.
[Having followed Amanda, Jamie approaches Janet's hiding place, carrying a flashlight.]
Babe: I am going to do you the biggest favor that I have ever done anyone, J.R. I am going to give you one chance to take back this expensive piece of prenuptial toilet paper, pretend I never read it, forget it ever happened. But you'd better forget it, too, because if you don't, I will make you regret it.
Tad: Erica? Erica, you're clearly not yourself. We're going to get you some help. Just drop the knife, ok?
Erica: Don't you go near my daughter!
Josh: Listen up, everyone, the show is over! There's nothing more to see. Erica, everything's going to be ok. Just drop the knife.
Di: Tad -- be careful!
Tad: All right, it's ok.
Erica: I will never let him near my daughter again. Don't you dare try to stop me!
Zach: Let Tad help you.
Erica: Don't you dare speak to me. I am doing this for Kendall! I will put her out of her misery!
Kendall: Mother, stop it! Mother, stop it, please! Do you realize what you've done? You stabbed him! Do you get that?
Erica: Let go of me!
Zach: It's just a nick, it's ok.
Erica: Would you let go of me!
Kendall: You've got to stop this right now, Mother, stop!
Di: Let's sit down.
Kendall: No, no, no.
Erica: Kendall, I am doing this for you! The man is a maniac! He deserves to die!
[Crowd gasps as Erica breaks free from Tad and Josh's grasp.]
Jesse: My God, she's going to kill somebody!
Tad: No, she's not. Josh, you ok?
Josh: Yeah, I'm fine. Erica, come on, let's go.
Erica: No, not until I get rid of him.
Zach: All right, everybody calm down. It was an accident. Get her somewhere safe, ok?
Josh: Erica --
Erica: Let go of me!
Josh: Give me your hand.
Josh: I'm going to take you back to the studio. We'll have a doctor take a look at you.
Josh: Everything is going to be fine.
Zach: Marty, take everybody down to the floor, give them some drinks, all right?
Marty: I had Vincent put a call in to the cops.
Zach: Call them back, tell them it was a mistake.
Erica: You monster. You freak! How dare you come in here and rub our faces in it!
Kendall: I don't understand. What's going on? Did she take drugs? What is going on with my mother? What happened to her?
Tad: Look at me, ok? Focus. Look who you see. It's me. You're all right, it's Tad.
Erica: You don't deserve to breathe! You –
[Erica's vision suddenly clears up as she realizes what's happening.]
Tad: It's all right. It's ok.
Josh: There's nothing more to see here, folks.
Zach: All right, everyone, let's go to the casino. Drinks are on me.
Kendall: My God, look what she did to you. She hurt you!
Zach: It's fine, it's fine. Make sure this doesn't get out. Do what you have to do. Gentlemen, how can I help you?
Officer: You can tell us who's been stabbing people. Who wants to go first?
Ryan: Tad Martin isn't convinced that you're guilty, either. There's still a chance that we're going to find this woman.
Jonathan: I hope so. But you have to remember what you promised me, Ryan, and you can't keep coming to my rescue. You have all of your own problems, ok? You can't -- can't keep fixing mine.
Ryan: I understand, I take the promise to heart, little brother, but it doesn't mean I got to like it, and it doesn't mean that I can't worry about you. All right, so I just came here to see how you're doing, that's all. And I would've been here sooner, but I've been trying to sort something out for Kendall.
Jonathan: Good, especially since she's carrying your son, my nephew. I've -- I've been great. It's not like I've been alone all this time.
Ryan: Yeah, where is Erin? I'm surprised she didn't pitch a tent outside.
Erin: Hmm, not Erin. Lily. She's helping me solve this mystery of the -- of the trooper/balloon/nun/nurse person. But she's a really good detective. Aidan and Erin are on the case, too, but I think Lily's going to solve it first.
Ryan: Ok. Well, that's -- that's great, I guess, but just as long as Lily doesn't get herself into any trouble. You sure she knows what she's doing?
Jonathan: Yeah. Oh, Lily's very smart, Ryan. Everything is going to be just fine, I know it. "Hope is the thing with the feathers."
Ryan: When you're in jail, you're supposed to get turned on to, like, heavy metal or Johnny Cash or something, but Emily Dickinson?
Jonathan: One of the guards gave it to me. It's "day-by-day spirituality for prisoners." It's uplifting, actually. I mean, it helps me.
Ryan: Ok. Whatever works for you.
Jonathan: I'm going to be just fine.
Ryan: I know. And we're going to find this woman, ok?
Jonathan: I know.
Lily: If you won't leave, I will. It's just not helpful to have pessimistic people around when I'm working on a serious case.
Erin: Lily, Lily, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to get on your bad side.
Lily: My bad -- which one's my bad side, my right or my left?
Erin: No, I'm talking about Jonathan.
Aidan: It's a metaphor, Lily. You know, like when you're supporting someone, you're on their side.
Lily: Oh, ok. Well, I'm on Jonathan's side.
Aidan: You know, Lily's one spot-on detective. She might just be able to help your brother out of this mess.
Lily: No, not "might," I will.
Erin: You really believe in him, don't you?
Lily: Yeah, I do. Don't you? He's your brother.
Erin: I -- I want to, but it's hard to believe that this woman keeps appearing to him as all these different people. You know, nobody else has seen her, she can't be traced.
Lily: But Jonathan said she exists.
Erin: I know you've gotten close with my brother, Lily, but just because he says so, it's not proof of anything.
Lily: Well, I'm a detective, and detectives only work with facts, and my liking Jonathan has nothing to do with it.
Erin: Ok, ok, ok. Then what are the facts? Because I want to believe, too. I really do, more than anything.
Lily: His eyes. Have you ever looked at his eyes when he's talking about the chameleon lady?
Aidan: He never looks to the left. Liars frequently look to the left when they're not telling the truth. I taught Lily that.
Lily: And when Jonathan thought that he was having conversations with his brother Braden, which he never really was, Braden never appeared to him in disguise. This chameleon woman has had four different disguises -- a nurse, a balloon vendor, a nun, and a state trooper. Imaginary people have no reason to disguise themselves.
Erin: Yes, ok, but that's just a theory. It's not conclusive.
Lily: Ockham's razor.
Erin: Who? What? Whose razor?
Aidan: Ok, sounds like my cue to go ask about this chameleon lady. I'll see you later.
Lily: Ockham's razor. When given two equally predictive theories, choose the simpler.
Erin: Huh. God, Aidan was right. Jonathan is very lucky to have you helping him.
Lily: So when you think about the simplest solution for this mystery, it's that Jonathan really did see a lady dressed in four different outfits.
Janet: Aren't we lucky that I found this out, sweetie? Because this way when Jamie tries to set you up, we're going to be one step ahead of him.
Amanda: What has you suddenly so convinced that Jamie’s setting me up? Did you call him? Have you talked to him since you've been in here?
Janet: I had an epiphany. You know how close I am with my guardian angel, and she's always giving me advice and telling me what to do, how to get out of difficult situations. And I think she must have planted this idea in my mind, so that she could save us both a bucket full of pain. You should consult with your own guardian angel and ask her what she thinks. She will tell you Mother is right about this.
Amanda: Ok, Mom, we need stronger sources than angels.
Janet: Amanda, honey, I wouldn't have broken your heart if I weren't 100% sure that Jamie is a turncoat.
Amanda: No, Mom, stop, Jamie is not --
Janet: Shh, shh, shh! There's someone out there. Were you followed?
[Jamie approaches the door of Janet's room.]
J.R.: I understand why you're mad. You didn't see it coming, and it's a shock.
Babe: If we divorce for any reason, you get all rights of custody of our son. Yeah, J.R., it's a little bit of a shock.
J.R.: I have to look out for Little Adam. He's my life. If things don't work out between us --
Babe: What, it's "bye-bye, Babe"? "Sorry, son, Mommy’s not going to be coming around anymore"? He is my life, too, J.R. What happened to all that garbage you said about wanting to marry me again, so Little Adam could have his family back?
J.R.: We can be in love even more than we ever were.
Babe: Please, please tell me that this is some sort of sick joke, that this was your father's idea. Please tell me you had nothing to do with this.
J.R.: It doesn't matter how and why I did it. All you need to know is if it comes down to a choice between you and my son, I will not lose him. I have no intentions of ever losing you again. And right now, you probably could say the same thing. But things happen. Trust has never been one of our best suits. And life has a way of slapping us right upside the head. You know, forget all our best intentions. We could end up full circle right back to where we were. I don't want it to happen, but it's possible, and I have to plan for that.
Babe: Love the plan, J.R. You get everything, and I get to be on trial as long as we're married and Little A is a minor.
J.R.: Look, I'm covering my bases just in case things don't work out.
Babe: Fine! Ok, say three or four years into our marriage, I catch you in bed with someone else. Or a threesome, someone's dog -- it doesn't matter. I divorce you on grounds of adultery, and you still get Little A? Is that how it works, J.R.? Or say -- say maybe we have this little disagreement, and I speak up, voice my opinion. All you've got to do is pull out that old prenup and say, "Back off, Babe, or you'll never see your son again." That's how it's going to work, J.R.?
J.R.: No. No, that's not what I had in mind at all.
Babe: But it could. And if you're going to prepare for the worst, I should, too.
Lily: So for some reason, this chameleon lady is trying to get Jonathan into trouble.
Erin: You're absolutely right, it is that simple. But unfortunately, the police think that Jonathan behind these crimes is just a whole lot simpler. Hey. Any luck?
Aidan: Not one person I spoke to remembers seeing a nurse in a 1940s uniform.
Lily: Well, she could've worn a trench coat to cover up her outfit, so that no one would recognize her but Jonathan.
Erin: Wait, Lily. Wait, where are you going?
Lily: To get information from the only person that has it.
Erin: I hate to admit it, but a few short moments with that girl, and I've got more hope than I've had in a while.
Janet: I'd better handle this.
Amanda: No, Mother. You can't let anyone see you. You have to stay here, ok? I'll be fine. Stay.
[Amanda leaves her mother's room and locks the door behind her.]
Amanda: Who's there?
Jamie: You want to tell me what's going on?
Zach: I'm sorry to have troubled you gentlemen for nothing, but it's good to know that you're this close when we need you.
Officer: What's wrong with her?
Josh: Just a family disagreement, officer. She's a little emotional.
Tad: Yeah, but it's all settled. As a matter of fact, I think we should get her home.
Di: Yeah, let me help.
Zach: Gentlemen, uh, well, give these guys some gift cards so next time you come you can enjoy the casino with your family, ok?
Kendall: Oh, God, Zach. Somebody help him!
Zach: I'm fine, I'm fine.
Officer: Trying to get yourself killed?
Second Officer: Did anybody call for an ambulance?
First Officer: You ok?
EMT: We got a call about a stabbing.
Zach: I'm fine.
Josh: Yeah, right here.
Zach: It looks much worse than it is. We don't have to involve the police. Excuse me.
Woman: Why are you all covering for her? That woman is Erica Kane, the TV star, and she's obviously hopped up on something. She just grabbed a knife and stabbed that man.
J.R.: I still want to marry you, Babe. I just can't take any risks when it comes to my son.
Babe: You're sure asking me to take a whopper.
J.R.: And if you hate me, I get it. But if you could please, just please try to understand what I'm saying.
Babe: Is that what you think? I hate you? J.R., I don't hate you. We've been through this before. I just have hoped that this time around we would've learned something.
J.R.: Yeah, but last time you signed off to rights to a child that wasn't yours.
Babe: My heart -- it's so tired, J.R. Every single time that I fool myself into thinking that we finally have our footing, that there's actually a little trust, that we have faith in each other -- would you sign if you were me?
J.R.: I'm not you.
Babe: If you have so little trust in me, why do you even want to marry me?
J.R.: Because aside from Little A, you're the best thing that's ever happened to me.
Jamie: Thought you said you were going to run some errands.
Amanda: You followed me here? You said you trusted me.
Jamie: I do. But you seemed scared, like you wanted to tell me something but were afraid to. So sue me. I got a little worried. I thought maybe you were in over your head and needed some help.
Janet: Liar! You big, nasty liar!
Amanda: You came because you care?
Jamie: You are freaking me out, Amanda. You're acting weird, we're standing in a deserted warehouse in the middle of nowhere, and you're acting like you just got caught red-handed. You know, if you're sitting on something, now would be the perfect time to come clean.
Janet's voice: He's out to get you, Mandy. Jamie cannot be trusted.
Amanda: Look, there's no big mystery, ok? Josh asked me weeks ago to look at this place as a possible studio or a storage space for "New Beginnings." And as usual, I spaced out. As soon as I remember, I booked over. If I'm acting weird, it's because I'm this close to losing my job.
Janet: Oh, you sweet angel. You are so brilliant!
Amanda: I don't know about you, but I've seen enough. Care if we get out of here?
Janet: Take that, Jamie.
Erin: An Autistic teenager who barely knows my brother has more faith in him than I do. God, can you spell "world's worst sister"?
Aidan: Right, now, this is coming from the girl that shelved her own life in order to protect and support her brother's? Yeah, really sounds like a candidate for world's worst sister, Erin.
Erin: Hmm. I love it when you agree with me.
Aidan: You ever think maybe you're too good of a sister?
Erin: Oh --
Aidan: Or maybe that you've done so much for Jonathan that it's time to back off a bit and let somebody else take care of him for a change? Or would it kill you to trust somebody else to do that?
Erin: What, like another doctor or another psychiatrist? No. No, forget it. Ryan's got enough on his plate right now. And Lily is incredible, but she can't handle this all by herself. Who does that leave?
Jonathan: Please tell me that you found out something about the chameleon lady.
Lily: No, I didn't solve the mystery quite yet, and I squeezed my brain as hard as I could. Not actually squeeze my brain. It's an old expression that my teacher used to use. But I'm all out of clues, and I need you to squeeze your brain as hard as you can.
Jonathan: I --
Lily: Remember -- try to remember everything and tell me it all in detail.
Jonathan: I told you everything that I remember already, Lily.
Lily: No, well, don't give up so fast. I mean, maybe you can't remember everything that you could remember.
Jonathan: Well, maybe I -- I can't remember -- no, you lost me.
Lily: I need to give you Autism Spectrum Disorder like I have.
Zach: You're making a big deal out of nothing.
Kendall: Zach, you just got stabbed. You could use a little help right now.
EMT: Sir, I am going to have to ask you to lie back and cooperate. This is not a scratch. This is a severe laceration. There's a high potential for infection, and we're not going to take any chances.
Kendall: Ok, come on, Zach.
Zach: Jason? Get Marty to do the final count and call me on my cell phone. If you can't reach me --
Kendall: And you can't.
Zach: Give me the numbers in the morning.
Kendall: Call me. Call me.
Zach: Thank you.
Tad: Come on, Erica. One more, just one more sip.
Josh: How's that for copy?
Greer: When you leaked the story about Erica being back on pills, I thought I'd hit the jackpot, but this? This is freaking unbelievable. You're either a prophet or the biggest son of a B in the history of show business.
Josh: Yeah, well, listen, I gave you an exclusive here, Greer. Take it and shut up. I don't want to see my name anywhere near this story.
Jesse: Josh, how's that cut?
Josh: Oh, it's -- it's nothing, really.
Jesse: What the hell happened here tonight?
Josh: I don't know, I've never seen Erica act like this before. I tried to downplay it to the crowd, but --
Jesse: You did a great job. Unfortunately, nothing could have deflected the attention from her. When Erica picked up that knife, she might have gutted her own career.
Tad: Look, obviously, Erica isn't herself. Please just let me take her to the hospital and get her checked out.
Officer: You actually think you're going to walk her out of here, Mr. Martin? No. She just stabbed Zach Slater. Erica Kane --
Tad: Oh, come on.
Officer: You have the right to remain silent.
Tad: No, you know she's not dangerous.
Erica: What's happening? Where -- my show. Where are my guests? Josh?
Josh: I'm right here, Erica.
Officer: Anything you say can and will be used against you in a court of law.
Kendall: Tad, call Jack. Call Jack now.
Officer: You have the right to an attorney.
Di: Listen, go with Zach. We'll take care of your mom.
Officer: If you cannot afford an attorney, one will be appointed for you free of charge prior to questioning. Do you understand these rights?
J.R.: I'm not sure where to go from here. I know that I don't want to lose you, and for the first time in my life in a long time, I feel like -- I feel like that puzzle is complete -- you and me together and a family for our boy.
Babe: But you don't think it'll last.
J.R.: Good things don't last. Not in my world.
Babe: J.R., you cannot spend your entire life looking in the rearview mirror. You know what I told my mom? I told her that I actually thought that we had a good shot at making it this time around. But she was just afraid that things hadn't changed enough, but I told her that we had changed, that I'm -- I'm no longer that naive girl that you met in San Diego that wanted to be loved, but was just too darn scared to commit. And your main goal in life is no longer ticking off your daddy. This time around, "us" is actually about us.
J.R.: And Little Adam.
Babe: Always Little Adam. Which is why I can't do what you're asking, J.R. I cannot sign these papers, because too many times in the past did you set me up just to knock me down again, and I'm not taking that risk walking into some trap when it involves my son.
J.R.: Oh, ok, so now it's traps and schemes? What happened to "I love you," Babe?
Babe: J.R., this paper of yours right here pretty much says that you don't think love is enough. Why should I?
J.R.: Do you really expect me to trust another woman who promises not to lie to me again?
Babe: For the last time, I am not Di! God! I am so sick and tired of you throwing her in my face every single time that you get the least bit antsy about trusting me. Yeah, I know exactly what she did to you, but you need to stop shoving it in my face.
Babe: Look, J.R., you gave me this -- Dixie’s necklace. I mean, it's such a precious thing of your mother's that I know you had to have at least trusted me even the tiniest bit. But I just -- I don't get it, how you can go from doing something so wonderful and sweet to handing me something like this. If I sign these, I am giving you the go-ahead to make my life torture. I've been there, seen enough, J.R. Never again.
Jonathan: Your -- your disorder isn't contagious.
Lily: No, but thinking like I do could be --
Jonathan: If I think the way you do, then -- then I could remember better.
Lily: Yes, exactly. Ok, now, now close your eyes. Ok? See the chameleon lady. Tell me everything you see.
Jonathan: Ok, I see her. I see her.
Lily: Ok, now, what color are her shoes?
Jonathan: I never -- I never looked.
Lily: You mean you don't notice everything about a person?
Jonathan: No. You do?
Lily: Yes, I have to. It's automatic.
Jonathan: That's awesome.
Lily: I guess. Ok, now close your eyes again. Ok, now you see her? Ok, now tell me about her clothes.
Jonathan: She was wearing -- wearing a black belt.
Lily: Ok, she was wearing a black belt.
[Janet hums as she plays with a little bride doll.]
Janet: I'm Amanda. La, la, la, la, la and I am so pretty and sweet. I am envied by all. I wouldn't hurt a fly. I'm so nice. I just don't believe that scheming, lying, double-crossing Jamie "Lucifer" Martin is out to ruin me. Aw. Oh. [Picking up the little groom doll and speaking as Jamie] And I -- ho, ho, ho! I'm evil Jamie, and I am going to ruin you -- but I'll do it with a smile and a big, beefy bicep. [Normal voice] Ha! Wrong! Wrong, wrong, wrong, wrong! Well, some bad boys would rather lose their heads than learn their lessons.
Jamie: Look, Amanda, you can trust me. If something's bugging you, I'll help you work it out.
Amanda: Anything else?
Jamie: Yeah. You have some dirt on your face from wandering around that warehouse.
Amanda: I better go get washed up.
Jamie: Hey, it's Jamie. You got some free time?
Aidan: Tell me where you need me.
Jamie: Corner of Cornell and Gibbons, 20 minutes.
Aidan: It's a sketchy part of town.
Jamie: See you there.
Amanda: Hey, were you on the phone?
Jamie: Yeah, I got to sub for a guy at PVH who's out sick. I should be back in a couple of hours.
Amanda: Jamie? Just so you know, we're cool. I mean, I know you care about me, and I'm just worked up about work, that's all.
Jamie: It'll all smooth itself out.
Amanda: Yeah, that's what I'm hoping.
Ryan: Anita. Hey. Do you have any idea where Aidan might be? I heard he might be here.
Anita: I saw him with your sister a little while ago. Try the sun porch.
Ryan: I will do that. Thank you.
Zach: Slow down, I'm not dying here. It's a complete waste of time.
Kendall: I'm here, I'm here. I'm not going to leave you, ok? I'm never going to leave you. Just please help him, ok? I'm coming in. I'm going to come in. Zach, I'm coming in with you.
Jonathan: And that's when she popped the balloon.
Lily: Ok, can you tell me what her collar looked like?
Jonathan: It had -- had something on it.
Lily: Ok, like a thread or a button?
Jonathan: No, no, no, a tag, like -- like a price tag sticking off of it, like a purple price tag.
Lily: Ok, I think that price tags are usually sewn onto the sleeves of coats.
Jonathan: No, no, no, it -- it was a tag, but it said -- said something on it. It was "craze"?
Jonathan: "Craze"? "Craze"? Yeah, "craze." No, no, wait. "Crazee." "Crazee -- crazee cost"!
Lily: "Crazee cost."
Jonathan: But -- but "crazee" had two E's and not a Y.
Lily: "Crazee cost."
Jonathan: "Crazee cost."
Lily: "Crazee cost," "crazee cost." "Crazee cost-- costumes"? "Crazee costumes"?
Jonathan and Lily: "Crazee costume."
Lily: You know what this means, right? Imaginary people don't have to rent costumes, Jonathan. This chameleon woman is real, and we're going to find her. I just know it. We're going to solve this mystery. We have to solve it together.
Erica: Cold. Where's the --
Tad: It's ok.
Erica: Thing I need?
Tad: Erica? We'll take care of it. Ok? I still can't get in touch with Jackson. Somebody's got to make sure that Erica's going to be ok. We promised Ryan information on whether or not Slater is connected to that blackout.
Tad: Now's as good a time as you're going to get to take a look around. Do you mind?
Di: Ok. I'm on it.
Jesse: Yeah. Hang on. Call me first thing tomorrow. We have to come up with a way to spin this thing so "New Beginnings" doesn't end up on permanent hiatus.
Josh: Already on it. Excuse me. Our host needs a hand.
Josh: Erica? Don't worry about a thing. I'll make sure this doesn't hit the press. No one will ever know, I guarantee it.
Marty: Di Henry. Been a long, long time.
Doctor: Anita, in progress!
Zach: This is completely unnecessary.
Doctor: Mr. Slater, sit back.
Zach: Don't you have sick people to take care of?
Kendall: Zach, lay down please?
Zach: I'm telling –
[Zach stops struggling and faints on the gurney.]
Doctor: What's his pulse?
Kendall: What's going on? No, what's happening? Please help him!
Anita: Stay calm.
Kendall: I need to know what's going on with him!
Doctor: Get her out of here!
Kendall: I want to know what's happening to him right now!
Jamie: I followed Amanda here earlier. She came out of this door, and whatever we're looking for I believe is locked behind there.
Jamie: Ok, I got it.
Aidan: Good job.
J.R.: So you're going to walk away from all the laughs and the warm nights in each other's arms, making Little Adam’s dream come true, everything that we found, on the remote chance that we might have to put those prenups into play one day?
Babe: I know how much you loved your mother. And I know how much you've missed her. But when it comes down to it all, J.R., you are your father's son. You -- you turned your back on every single thing that Dixie stood for. So you can just take your piece of paper and your attorney to bed with you. You let them keep you warm tonight.
Jonathan: Erica. Hi! Did you come to visit me?
Guard: Not quite. She's your neighbor till we can find her more permanent accommodations.
Jonathan: It's ok, Erica. You don't have to be scared. They're -- they're really, really very nice here. You don't have to worry, because -- because I'll take care of you.
Doctor: What's the BP now?
Doctor: Anita, I need you in here!
Kendall: What's happening?
Doctor: All right, he's hemorrhaging. Is the OR ready?
Anita: Yes, all set.
Doctor: Let's go!
Kendall: Zach! Wait, what is going on? No, I have to go with you! Zach, I'm not going to leave you, I'm not going to leave you!
Ryan: No, no, no, you can't.
Kendall: Ryan, let go of me!
Ryan: You can't.
Kendall: No, I have to go be with him, Ryan.
Ryan: You can't. It's ok. It's ok.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Amanda (to Janet): Please tell me you haven't done something I'm going to regret.
Janet (to Amanda): I'm so sorry.
Erica (to Jack): I don't even know why I'm in here. What did I do?
Kendall (to Ryan): You don't touch me and pretend like you care about me.
Doctor (to his co-workers in the OR): This guy's bleeding to death.
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