All My Children Transcript Wednesday 3/1/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Amanda: Mom, stop!
[While Amanda tries to keep her mother from fleeing, Jamie repeatedly bangs on the front door of Myrtle's boarding house.]
Amanda: You can't leave!
Janet: You get out of my way!
Janet: I am so hurt by what you just said to me.
Amanda: Mom, please, stop!
Janet: No, no "please" me.
Amanda: Don't do this. Let me help you.
Janet: I have given you my all and now you throw me away for a man who never even loved you?
Janet: Oh --
Amanda: Please! You need help!
Janet: Oh, please. Now you ask nicely -- after everything you've done to me? Now you've turned into one of them.
[Jamie finally busts the door open]
Janet: You're after me the same –
Adam: I'm paying you a small fortune. Any idea where my grandson is?
Guard: No, sir, but we've posted Miss Carey's picture.
Adam: Babe Carey can go to the devil for all I care, and you can send her there by whatever means necessary. The only thing I care about is getting my grandchild home.
Krystal: You call him back. I want you to pick up the phone. You call him back, and you tell him, “You bring Babe home as safe and snug as Little Adam.”
Babe: Hey, little man. I'm glad somebody is dreaming sweet dreams. And I promise you by the time you open those baby blues, Mama will have a way out of here.
[Using a spoon, Babe struggles to remove the wooden planks covering the window.]
Babe: Wish I could just huff and puff the place down.
[Babe finally manages to pull out one of the nails.]
Babe: We did it, Little A. One nail closer to getting home.
Aidan: Whoa. You care to repeat what you just said?
Erin: Did I ever tell you that when I was a kid, I was a pinball wizard -- wizardess, actually. Is that a word -- "wizardess"?
Aidan: I believe you said that you --
[Bells ding rapidly]
Erin: Oh -- tilted -- dang it.
Aidan: You think you love me?
Erin: Oh. Did I say that? Um -- getting warm in here or is that just me?
Aidan: I don't know. I could be wrong, because it came out of nowhere, but I think it went something like this -- "I think I love you."
[Owl hoots in the forest]
Lily: Hello? Hello?
Jamie: Come on, Janet, stop.
Janet: Take your hands off me, you beast!
Amanda: Jamie, please don't hurt her.
Janet: Oh, I've already been mortally wounded by my own blood!
Amanda: Mom, please don't fight.
Janet: Oh! I've had to fight all my life -- first for love, then for you. I know what I have to do. Get --
Janet: Help, somebody!
Amanda: Help, please, help.
Janet: Help! Oh.
[David regains consciousness and clobbers Jamie over the head with a large book, enabling Janet to escape.]
Amanda: No! Come back! Wait! Oh, my God! David, what did you do? Are you ok?
Jamie: You are an idiot! Do you have any idea what you just did?
David: Yeah, I know exactly what I just did. It's called payback, and it feels great.
Jamie: Oh! You're such an ass.
David: Next time you hit me from behind, you better kill me.
Jamie: I didn't hit you!
David: Oh, yeah, right -- deny it. Coward.
Amanda: He didn't do it. My mom did.
David: What are you talking about? Your mother's not here.
Amanda: Well, she was. You let her get away.
[Car speeds off]
Amanda: Oh, Jamie. Oh, my God. Look, you -- you can't drive. You can barely stand. Oh, she could've told us where Babe and Little Adam were. Now we're never going to find her.
Jamie: And once again, you have totally screwed everything up.
David: All right. Well, I guess we're back to Plan A. You are going to help me find my daughter.
Babe: That's it -- come to Mama.
[Trying to pull a board off the window, Babe falls backwards onto the cot, then stops to wipe her bleeding fingers.]
Babe: Who am I kidding? I'm supposed to get us out of here with, what, a baby spoon?
Janet's voice: You don't deserve this child. You have no idea what it means to be a good mother. I'm not about to let you go. I mean, the whole reason I brought you here was to suffer. My baby is in pain, and I want you to hurt, too. My Amanda isn't happy, then you are not happy forever and ever, amen. It was your bad karma that made me rig that explosion in that beautiful old mansion, and if you don't start behaving, that bad karma could bring some disaster here into this little cabin. If you don't start behaving, you're the one who's going to hurt that little boy.
Babe: Oh. You have not seen difficult yet. You can take your stupid karma and shove it. Oh -- there's no way you're touching my son again.
Erin: Gets really quiet in here, doesn't it.
Aidan: Yeah, it usually happens when there's no talking.
Erin: Do you mind if we just keep doing this -- not talking?
Aidan: How long did you have in mind? An hour, forever?
Erin: A few minutes.
Aidan: Any particular reason?
Erin: Um -- brain-mouth coordination, just words, just too many of them and, so, can we just --
Aidan: Not talk?
Aidan: Sure. Do you mind if I sit?
Erin: It's your office.
Aidan: There's room for two.
Lily: You're spying on me.
Reggie: No, I'm not spying. I'm out in the open. You hear that, Lavery? Huh? If you can hear me, show your face.
Lily: I don't like this. I don't spy on you.
Reggie: I'm not spying. It's more like protecting.
Lily: I don't need to be protected from Jonathan.
Reggie: Listen, Jonathan can act nice all he wants. It doesn't mean that he is. Lily, you think you know him, but you don't. You're so sweet, you can be naive at times. You think you know somebody, but you really don't. You trust people too easily.
Lily: I'm not stupid.
Reggie: Lily, listen, I'm not calling you stupid, ok? You're the closest thing to a genius I know, but you are my little sister. I'm going to look out for you no matter what. You hear that, Jonathan? You can't hide behind your little mask out here.
Lily: Stop it. Stop it. This is my special place. I'm safe here. Go away, leave me alone.
Reggie: No, I'm going to stick to you like glue, Lily. I'm not leaving.
Lily: I come here, because it's quiet, and you're making it loud.
Reggie: I'm just making sure Lavery doesn't come bother you.
Lily: Stop it. Go away. Stop it.
Reggie: No, ok. All right, Lily, stop.
Lily: Go away. Stop.
Reggie: Can you calm down? Please don't -- all right, Lily.
Lily: Go away. Go away.
Reggie: I understand why you wanted this place to be all yours, ok, but I am -- I'm with J on this one.
Lily: Go away.
Reggie: All right, all right, Lily, please. All right. I'm going to go up the road for a little bit, all right? You get to be alone, and I can head off Jonathan if he comes by. You get what you want, and I can keep you safe and keep my promise to J at the same time. Is that ok? So we're cool, right? Ok. We'll, I'll be back in, like, an hour or something, ok? All right.
[While sitting in her hollow tree, Lily is startled to see a ladder drop down bearing a sign.]
Lily: "Climb me."
Adam: All right, you can save the theatrics, Krystal, unless that's one of those trick lighters. In that case, I think I'll have a cigar.
Krystal: Don't you move a stinking muscle.
Adam: This isn't the first time a woman's held a gun on me.
Krystal: Well, it could be the last.
Adam: Would you get to the point? I have a major rescue effort to oversee.
Krystal: Yeah, I heard. You blast Babe to smithereens, and you ask questions later. She is not a criminal, Adam. She is a mother.
Adam: She stole my grandchild.
Krystal: Just because they're both missing does not mean she snatched that baby.
Adam: Oh, come on. The Mardi Gras Ball blows sky-high -- it's the perfect distraction. She sees her chance, she runs off with my grandchild.
Krystal: No, no. You think if you say it enough, it's going to be true? The only thing that we know is that they're both gone. We're not going to know the truth until she comes home, and she tells us.
Adam: Oh, you think she's going to come home without a little forceful help?
Krystal: You call off your team.
Adam: Put down the gun, Krystal.
Krystal: No. You call your chief of security, and you tell him to rein in those dogs.
Adam: You are strung real tight, lady. It's one of your more interesting qualities.
Krystal: Don't move a muscle.
Adam: Hmm. Krystal, there's no point in this. It's ridiculous. We can work this out. Man and wife? Come on. A very short time ago, we came -- you and I came to a whole new level of understanding.
Krystal: Oh, come on. Now, that was -- that was just sex. And then you had them toe-tag me.
Adam: I -- I had nothing to do with that.
Krystal: And now you want to bring down my baby doll? Well, you know what? I am going to bring you down first.
Adam: All right, fine. Take your best shot, because whether I am alive or dead, they're going to track down Babe and make her pay for her crime. Oh, good. A witness.
Krystal: Nice try, Adam. You think I fell off the pumpkin truck this morning?
J.R.: Put the pistol down.
Krystal: Oh --
[Krystal groans as Adam wrestles the gun away from her and it fires.]
Adam: Hold on.
J.R.: Dad, are you ok? Are you hit? Give me that. I'll take that.
Adam: The gun was loaded. It was loaded. You could've killed me.
Krystal: You pulled the trigger grabbing it like that.
Adam: You would've done it, wouldn't you? You would've shot me?
Krystal: That's usually why people put bullets in their pistolas, yes, Adam.
Adam: Ok, you were prepared to kill me? Hmm? After what we shared?
Krystal: That doesn't mean I have pudding for brains. You and J.R. as good as told your security team to mow down Babe. Now, no way am I going to let you be judge, jury, and flipping executioner.
Adam: You would've killed me?
Krystal: I mean business, Adam, and I want you to know that. And since you're still breathing, you pick up the phone, and you call off those hounds. Ok. Ok. This is not over.
J.R.: Well, that went well.
Jamie: Let her go, Hayward.
David: You want Babe home, we have to start talking Janet's language. And since I'm not fluent in ding-a-ling, I'm resting on the fact that she loves her daughter like crazy -- pun intended. She has what I love, I have what she loves. I call her up, we make a trade -- my daughter and grandson safe and sound for the freedom for her to take her daughter to the planet of her choice.
Amanda: I am trying to help.
David: You are helping, darling, as my hostage. Now let's go.
Jamie: I won't let you take her.
David: How sweet -- you care. Didn't your heart once go pitter-patter for Babe? So what -- now Amanda's the one that has your panties in a knot?
Amanda: Jamie didn't love me, ok? He never did. It was all a move to bust my mom.
David: What a surprise. Just like Daddy, huh? Have to play the hero all the time? Well, move over, sonny. I can take it from here. Why don't you go practice on some cadavers?
Jamie: You want to take shots at me, or do you want to get Babe back?
Amanda: He is trying to save your daughter.
David: Which is exactly what I'm trying to do, only my method is much more effective.
Amanda: Hello! My mom shot out of here to get away from me. I was turning her in. She thinks I've totally gone to the other side.
David: Why don't we do this my way and see what happens?
Jamie: Come on, Hayward -- think. What if this maneuver of yours puts her over the edge? She could go ballistic, get revenge instead. You could lose Little Adam and Babe forever.
David: I know what I'm doing!
Jamie: Like hell you do. Janet has killed already. But you're willing to set her off, even with Babe and Little Adam in her sights. Stop being an idiot. Now, on the count of three, you let Amanda go. One, two –
Jonathan: Welcome to your tree house. Do you like it?
Erin: Do you know what I usually do when things get freaky?
Aidan: Play pinball?
Erin: No. I run. I mean, how do you think I ended up in Nova Scotia?
Aidan: So you've done this before, then?
Erin: Um -- jetted out of town, yeah. Said those words like that out loud -- never, no.
Aidan: So you have any plans on crossing the border?
Erin: I like it here.
Aidan: Here USA or here Pine Valley? Or here with me?
Erin: I only said it earlier because it was you, not someone else. Oh, my God -- that didn't even make sense.
Aidan: Yes, it did.
Erin: Uh --
Aidan: It did, clear as glass.
Erin: Oh, no. Are you doing that thing where you talk to the crazy girl, and you back away slowly and maybe she won't notice?
Aidan: Am I moving?
Erin: What I'm trying to say is when I said what I said, it -- it was because of what you said earlier -- about Jonathan?
Aidan: What, so has it just hit you that I'm "KO" as Jonathan would put it?
Aidan: And you couldn't keep it to yourself. I understand.
Aidan: So what was it -- my smile, my charm, my wit?
Erin: It was your anger. You -- you totally blasted Janet for trying to ruin Jonathan's whole world when he's just trying so hard to make a new, good life for himself.
Aidan: So you dropped the L word because I lost my temper?
Erin: You were angry for all the right reasons. I mean -- I mean, hardly anybody cares about Jonathan, what happens to him, but you do, and I don't know, it just hit me.
Aidan: So all of this because I yelled a bit?
Erin: And --
Erin: It didn't even scare me. I mean, usually when people yell and scream, I just -- I want to run, and I want to run as far and as fast as I can, but -- but when you yelled, I don't know. I -- I felt safe. Is that weird?
Aidan: No. No, weird is when people lie, not when they tell the truth.
Jonathan: I built it for you.
Lily: 89 boards. At least four nails in each board. This took a lot of material and time.
Jonathan: I wish I could've done more.
Lily: It's quiet. Even though it's up high, it feels safe. My favorite color and my favorite flower.
Jonathan: I couldn't find purple tulips. Well, I hope you don't mind yellow.
Lily: They're bright.
Jonathan: It's not done. I'm not finished, but I'm going to have a lot more time soon. Aidan told me he has plenty of evidence against the chameleon lady, and that they're going to drop the charges against me.
Lily: Aidan’s a very good detective. He's very logical. If anyone can find her, he will.
Jonathan: He wouldn't even have known to look for her if it wasn't for you. You're the one who figured out that -- that a hallucination of my imagination can't rent a costume.
Lily: Maybe the police will have a piece of paper that says you're innocent.
Jonathan: I don't need a piece of paper.
Lily: My dad does. He's a lawyer. He likes documents. Maybe if he could read that you didn't do any of the things you're accused of, he'll like you.
Jonathan: I did a lot of bad things before.
Lily: You could use some of the things we learned in Life Skills, like respect his personal space and talk about subjects that interest him, like who's going to win an Oscar this weekend, and laugh at his jokes. Do you know any good knock-knock jokes? He really likes those.
Jonathan: Lily, I -- I could learn a million knock-knock jokes. Your dad's never going to like me.
Lily: Then I'll never get to see you. Maybe I could lie. That way, my dad would be happy -- not that I lied, but if he could believe that I wasn't seeing you.
Jonathan: No, Lily, Lily, you -- you can't lie. You remember how you told me -- you said that man, that he smells like cheese? I mean, you say exactly what's on your mind. That's one of the things that I love the most about you.
Lily: Maybe I could learn -- stop my mind from automatically saying the truth. It's normal to lie, and I want to be normal. It's one of the life skills I don't have. Could you teach me?
Babe: Only two to go. Three's a charm, and we're on our way home.
Amanda: I confronted my mom about Babe and Little Adam, and all she said is that Babe would never bother me again.
Jamie: That's it? No hint of where they stashed him, anything that can give us a clue?
Amanda: I blew it. I tried to force her into getting help, and she spun out of here. This is all my fault.
David: You had to come back to Pine Valley, huh? Why couldn't you just stay away?
Jamie: Back off.
Amanda: Look, don't you think I wish the same thing? I thought I was escaping the freak show that is my mom's life. I never dreamed I'd bring it with me. I'm so sorry I didn't tell you what I knew the second that I knew it. Maybe none of this should've happened.
David: Let me tell you something, sweetheart -- you're in this nearly as deep as your mommy, as an accessory to all this insanity.
Amanda: Look, Jamie, I didn't want to believe that my mother did all these crazy things, and then when I found out that they were true, I -- I just wanted to protect her.
David: You wanted to protect her while she's out there trying to kill half of Pine Valley?
Amanda: And I wanted to get her back home with my dad. He takes such good care of her.
David: Oh, please! Could we kill this TLC?
Jamie: Anything, Amanda, no matter how insignificant could tip us off in the right direction.
David: The only thing Amanda has right now that could help us is her warm body as our hostage -- a fair trade. Well, not exactly fair. Babe is worth ten of you.
Jamie: Either help or get the hell out. Janet got away because of you. Now she's ticked off and betrayed. Who do you think she's going to take it out on? You better hope it's not your daughter and your grandson. Now, we are running out of time and options. I'm calling the cops.
Krystal: Adam? Adam, last chance for an attitude adjustment, or I am going to call the police. Adam!
[While standing in her husband's study, someone drops a blanket over Krystal then pulls her into the secret tunnel.]
Krystal: Help! Help me! Somebody help!
Jamie: Janet got away before Amanda could get anything concrete. Dad, I'm on it. We won't stop until we get something that points to where Janet's holding Babe and Little Adam.
Amanda: Oh. So is your dad full of ideas to crank the info out of me or does he just want to pass along what an idiot I am?
Jamie: Hey, you are not an idiot -- just haven't made the smartest moves when it comes to your mother.
Amanda: Jamie, I have always been able to talk my mom down. I really thought I could handle her this time. I'm so scared. I have never seen her this bad. And, I mean, now she thinks I hate her. God knows what she's going to do. She must feel so unloved and alone. Oh, God.
Jamie: So threatened. Is there anywhere that Janet feels safe, some place she may have mentioned taking you to? Some place you guys would've met?
Amanda: Usually, Mom found me. Except for the warehouse. I mean, I never knew where she stayed or hung out, and, Jamie, if she wants to disappear, trust me --
Jamie: No, you know her better than anyone, and somewhere in that head of yours could be the piece of information that we need.
Amanda: I'm totally blank, I swear.
Jamie: That -- that doesn't mean it's not there. You're just too close to see it.
Amanda: You know when you and your dad asked me what I knew about everyone being kidnapped? I yelled and screamed. But I had a feeling that it was my mom, and those people could've died, because I didn't help you, and now it's Babe and Little Adam and I could've stopped that, too.
Jamie: Ok, enough with the guilt.
Amanda: Do you hate me for covering for my mom?
Jamie: Am I happy about it? No. Do I hate you? I can't. You love your mom. That's loyalty to your parents -- I get that.
Amanda: Yeah, it works when they're both sane.
Jamie: We can't change what's happened, but we can stop Janet from hurting Babe or anyone else in her way.
Amanda: Listen, Jamie, I swear I will do everything I can to help.
Jamie: Ok. So back to square 1. If Janet gave up her hideout at the warehouse, where else would she be?
Babe: Come on, you son of a gun! Oh, come on.
[After finally yanking off the bottom board, Babe succeeds in opening the window.]
Babe: Oh. Wishing on stars worked for J.R.’s mama, Little A. Maybe it'll work for us. Please, please let me get my son home and safely in his father's arms. Please let my mama and J.R. and everyone be ok.
Jonathan: Are you sure, Lily? Because if -- if you ever need to lie, I could just do it for you.
Lily: But you won't be there unless I can tell the lie, so I can be with you.
Jonathan: Ok. Ok. Are you sure? Ok. So, like, if people ask if we're still seeing each other, just say no.
Lily: But I don't want to stop seeing you.
Jonathan: No -- no -- no, it won't be true. It'll be what we tell people.
Lily: So I'll still see you?
Jonathan: Yeah. We -- we can meet here in your secret tree house, and that way no one will know.
Lily: To tell a lie, all I have to do is say the opposite of what's true, like -- like "Jonathan is bad," but you're not. I'm just saying that because it's the opposite.
Jonathan: I know, but maybe we could avoid questions about us instead of lying.
Lily: I've tried, but my dad is smart enough to keep asking. I want to be with you, even if I have to lie to do it. I should practice -- it's not easy.
Jonathan: Ok. Ok. I'll be Ryan.
Lily: All the time? You don't look alike at all.
Jonathan: No, no, no, just for right now, for pretend. And then when we're done practicing, I'll be -- I'll be me again. Ok? All right. Um -- [As Ryan] Hey, Lily, what's up?
Lily: Ryan's never said that to me. You don't sound like him, either.
Jonathan: [Normal voice] Uh, well, that -- that's because we're just practicing. It's pretend. Ok? Um -- [As Ryan] Hello, Lily. How are you?
Lily: Hello, Jonathan's brother. I am fine.
Jonathan: Have you seen Jonathan today?
Erin: You ready for some more truth?
Aidan: Ooh, I don't know. Shall I sit down here?
Erin: You made me almost like Christmas.
Aidan: That night we spent out in the cold chopping up Christmas trees? See, that doesn't usually have that effect on women.
Erin: It wasn't the trees.
Aidan: New Year's when you took me ice fishing. All that ice, those creepy, crawly worms -- definitely memorable.
Erin: Now you're making fun of me.
Aidan: No, I'm not. Come on.
Erin: You -- you're bitter. You are bitter because the big one got away.
Aidan: No, it didn't, because I have the catch of the day right here.
Erin: Oh, God. Can we -- can we just go back to not talking maybe?
Aidan: Why? I love every word that comes out of your mouth.
Erin: Ok. Go ahead, just -- just talk all you want, say anything. Go.
Aidan: I think you're beautiful, and I think you're sweet. And you're a pinball wizard or wizardess.
Erin: That is really good. You're -- you're great at this whole talking thing.
Aidan: You should try it sometime.
Erin: Hmm. When I'm with you, I feel warm and light, and I hear your voice and prickles just --
Erin: Yeah. Feel.
Aidan: What else do you feel?
Erin: Um -- my face hurts.
Aidan: That's not good.
Erin: No, from smiling. Do you think if I -- if I keep doing it, my face will stick like this?
Aidan: I don't know. I'd like to hang around long enough to find out.
[Adam and Erin begin kissing.]
Babe: But we can't wake that loud lady, so we have to be very, very quiet. You think you can do that for me?
Little Adam: No.
Babe: Of course, you can because you are Mama's big boy. Yes, you are.
Little Adam: I do -- I do it in the diaper.
Babe: You do? Yes, you're such a big boy in your diapers, I know. Ok, so we're going to do it, and since you're Mommy’s big, big, brave boy, it's going to be kind of silly, but we are going to go out that window and pretend it's a door, ok? It'll be so fun. And since you're my brave boy, you get to go first. All right? Kiss for good luck. Love you. Ready?
Little Adam: Let's go out.
Babe: Yes, you get to go out.
Little Adam: No!
Babe: I'm going to go out with you. Ready? Let's put our feet -- one foot, two foot out the window ready?
Little Adam: No.
Babe: You're ok, baby. I'm right here with you. Right there -- oh, there's the ground. That is my big boy. Now, you stay right there and don't even blink.
Jonathan: Maybe we -- maybe we should just forget about the lying, Lily.
Lily: I'm just afraid that when my dad looks at me the way he does, I'll forget and just tell the truth.
Jonathan: That's ok, Lily. That -- that's ok. I -- don't lie to your dad if it's going to make you feel bad.
Lily: I won't know until I try. I tried dancing, and I liked it. Maybe I can do this, too.
Jonathan: Just do what feels right. Um -- like when I asked you to marry me, and you said no.
Lily: You're glad I said no?
Jonathan: I'm glad you told me what you meant. You told me how you felt. And you can always do that with me, Lily, even if you're going to say something that I don't want you to say. I don't want you to ever, ever feel -- feel trapped with me or scared.
Lily: I feel free and happy up here. This will be my new special place. We can meet here, and no one will see us together, and I won't have to go away to school.
Lily: Free as a bird.
Jonathan: A watch bird.
Lily: I should probably go. Reggie said he'd be back in an hour, and it's been 58 minutes. But Reggie’s always late, so maybe I could stay another 15.
Reggie: Lily? You ready?
David: So, tell me, Adam -- do you feel stupid yet? Breathing fire about Babe kidnapping your grandson? Well, it turns out they're in real danger.
Adam: Yeah, all the facts pointed to Babe as the culprit.
David: What facts? You didn't have any facts, Adam. Well, pound these facts into that warped brain of yours. It was all Janet Dillon. Every last psycho stunt pulled in this town over the last few months -- the poison, the quicksand -- all of it Janet. She's the one that nearly blew us all out of kingdom come. And now she has my daughter and my grandson, and who the hell knows what she's going to do with them?
Adam: We'll stop her.
David: Oh, oh, oh, oh, now? Now you want to help, right? Well, how much time have we wasted, Adam?
Adam: Krystal was right. Krystal was right! I got to find her. I got to tell her.
David: Wait a minute -- Adam!
Krystal: Get this off! Who the heck are you? When this blanket's off and it's a fair fight, I am going to kick booty, so you better be prepared to fight like a man!
[Someone carries Krystal to a cabin and drops her onto a bed where she removes her blanket and stares at her abductor.]
Erin: I just remembered my New Year's resolution.
Aidan: Please tell me no more ice fishing.
Erin: I vowed to have fun.
Aidan: And how's that working out for you?
Erin: This is better. This is it. This -- this is what happiness feels like.
Reggie: Lily? Oh.
Lily: You're only a minute late.
Reggie: You look a lot happier than when I left.
Lily: I like it here, very much.
Reggie: Ok. I'd rather leave nature to the squirrels, but whatever works for you.
Lily: Works very well for me. I'm going to come here a lot more often.
Reggie: That's nice. Come on, let's go.
Amanda: That's it -- brain drain, everything I can remember my mom saying on the phone, in person. Look, I'm sorry I can't be more help.
Jamie: No, this is good.
Amanda: Oh, God! It's a whole lot of nothing.
Jamie: Hey, hey, it's just part of the process. We now know all the useless stuff. We're that much closer to finding the clue that will lead us straight to your mom.
Amanda: Jamie, it's hopeless, ok? My mom wants to vanish, no one can do it better than she can.
Jamie: Amanda, have you ever known me to give up on something that I want? We're going to find your mom.
Babe: Mommy's coming, baby. You're being such a brave, brave good little boy. We'll be home in no time, we will.
[Babe gasps as Janet appears in the window holding Little Adam.]
Janet: Not so fast, missy.
Adam: Did Krystal come through here?
David: Oh, please don't tell me that you lost your wife in your own house. What hope could I possibly have that you're going to find Babe and Little Adam before it's too late?
Adam: If you can't tell me where my wife is, then just shut the hell up!
[Krystal is stunned to see that her captor is J.R.]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Janet (to Babe): Brace yourself. J.R. may be killing your mother.
Amanda (to Simone and Kendall]: My mom caused the explosion at the Mardi Gras Ball.
[Crying, Simone releases her anger by slapping Simone.]
Di (to Dixie): You care about your son so much, why aren't you just marching into the Chandler Mansion telling everyone you're alive?
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