All My Children Transcript Monday 3/13/06
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Erica: Greg Madden can't be trusted with Kendallís pregnancy.
Ryan: Why? I mean, he's looked after the entire process up till now.
Erica: That man must never put his hands on my daughter again. You have to do something, Ryan.
Ryan: Look, Erica, you -- you may not trust him or you may not even like him, but, I mean, Kendall does. She's -- she's totally comfortable with him, and she's happy with the level of care that --
Erica: There are things Kendall doesn't know, things that she can never find out.
Kendall: Adopt my child? That's amazing. It's amazing.
Julia: No, it's not amazing.
Kendall: You're incredible. Your -- your generosity, your -- your openness, your ability to overlook the past.
Julia: Well, if you want a child, the least you can do is act like an adult. Step one of being an adult is getting over it.
Kendall: Well, the only time that we ever got along were the years that you were away. Yet, here you are, standing in front of me, offering to take Ryan's and my child out of our hands.
Julia: Yeah, I am. Are you seriously considering my offer?
David: Are you ready to tell me everything that you know about Dixie?
David: Good girl.
[Janet gasps as David releases his hold on her neck.]
Janet: Dixie has a lot of friends. Everybody loves Dixie.
David: That's probably because she didn't kidnap little boys and their mommies.
Janet: You can't even ask nicely for a favor? Give me one good reason why I should tell you anything about Dixie.
David: Because I can help you, and if I don't, who else will?
Tad: Jamie? How's Babe and Little Adam?
Di: Any change?
Jamie: Little Adamís fine. He's asleep down the hall with Winifred. Babe's stable. They're keeping her for observation.
Di: You know, I'm going to go check on her.
Tad: All right. Um -- there's been something that's been on my mind since the cabin. I was wondering if I could speak with you for a moment.
Janet's voice: I've seen her, in Pine Valley. Dixie Cooney Martin is very much alive.
Di: Should I be worried?
Babe: Why would I want to marry you, J.R.?
J.R.: I love you. You love me, you're safe.
Adam: She's still in shock.
Krystal: She is sharp as a tack.
J.R.: I get it. This is about the prenup for joint custody of Little Adam. I'll get the lawyers on the phone. I'll get a copy of that sent down here, and I'll have it signed.
Babe: You are so clueless and arrogant. That was like a lifetime ago. It has nothing to do with some stupid papers. I wouldn't marry you if you stood on your head and signed away Chandler and threw in a boatload of diamonds. I wouldn't marry you if you were the last man on this earth.
David: You see any friends around here, family? Any fans or even allies? Apart from a few imaginary playmates, there's nobody else to talk to you except me. I bet this looks --
David: Pretty good right about now. What do you think? Oh. You like chocolate, huh?
Janet: Uh-huh, oh, oh!
David: I'd be happy to give this to you, Janet, but you're going to tell me what I want to know about Dixie, right?
Janet: Mm-hmm, mm-hmm. Oh. Yes, give me. Oh, oh, oh.
David: There's more where that came from. You talk to me about people skills. You have your candy bar, Janet. Now give me what I want to know about Dixie.
Janet: They've practically erected a shrine in honor of Dixie, and do you know why? Because she's blonde. Blondes get away with anything. Natalie was Exhibit A. Mmm.
David: I'm sure it has very little to do with the fact that she's blonde.
Janet: Uh-uh. You fell for the blonde. Don't tell me it was more her personality than her tawny locks. It's all about the hair. I mean, why else would J.R. pine away for his mother like that when Dixie dropped him like a hot rock?
J.R.: You can't just drop us, not like this. You love me.
Babe: Love you? Love requires trust, honesty, loyalty. While I was Janet's prisoner, fighting for my little boy's life as well as my own, you were out for my blood. You probably had an armed posse ready to hunt me down.
Krystal: No "probably" about it, Babe. J.R. and his daddy sent out the troops to bring back Little Adam from his horrible kidnapping Mama. You were expendable.
Adam: Your two cents aren't helping.
Krystal: I am not interested in helping J.R. snow my daughter again.
Babe: Oh, there's no worries, Mama. I have been on this rodeo before. There's no way I'm letting J.R. throw me off again.
J.R.: We were so close. I mean, if you could just think back to the ball. Hey, if I was going to sign up that prenup then --
Babe: I'm sorry. I can't really think back that far because since then you have threatened my mother, and I was busy fighting off some nut job with an iron skillet and a leg of lamb.
J.R.: It was a mistake.
Krystal: He did more than threaten. He kidnapped me, he hogtied me and held me hostage all night and half the next day.
Adam: He didn't hurt you, Krystal. He was desperate.
Babe: Wait. You had my mom hostage the entire time you were sending those text messages?
Krystal: J.R. drank his weight and then he held a gun to me, all the while saying that he was the victim, not you, not me. His own father couldn't even set him straight, no, because J.R. is not interested in simple things like the facts. The fool went berserk and wildly fired that gun. He could've hit any one of us.
Babe: You want to propose to someone? How about we get you a cell next to Janet Dillon, work on a "two kidnappings for one" deal? Mama, I really hope you're pressing charges.
Krystal: I'll do whatever you want with pleasure.
Adam: I -- I don't think we should. It's been a long night. Nobody has slept. Let's not lose our heads.
J.R.: No, they're right, they're right. Everything they said is right. I'm wrong. I've been wrong about a lot of things. I'm so sorry. I was -- I was scared.
Babe: "Sorry" is not going to cut it, J.R. Don't think you're going to walk on this one.
J.R.: You're right -- again. I'll just get out of your way.
Adam: Why don't you just find the nearest cop and turn yourself in?
J.R.: I did everything they said in there. I basically just tossed away everything that I had left with Babe.
Adam: Ok, so you're just going to give up? You're going to swallow everything they have to say? Do you think Babe would really be this upset if she didn't still care about you? So go seize on that before they call in the authorities!
J.R.: I just lost my family, and it's all my fault.
Josh: Babe finally wised up, huh? You never deserved her. Good for her. It's about time.
Tad: There's no way. The bouquet is so big, they won't miss a thing.
Di: Well, can't you -- can't you afford to buy me roses?
Tad: Yeah, sure, but stealing them is so much more fun.
Di: Ok. So we're having fun now?
Tad: I believe we should. I think it's high time you and I stopped focusing on the negative and start focusing on the magic moments that life has to offer --
Tad: Not give up on them, not without a hell of a fight.
Di: And what defines a magic moment?
Tad: Well, I seem to recall at the ball before the explosion you and I were partying like a pair of peacocks.
Tad: That was pretty cool.
Tad: Mm-hmm, yeah, yeah.
Di: Good times?
Tad: It went something like this.
Di: Oh, no. Oh, no.
Tad: Huh, huh?
Tad: What do you think?
Tad: Now we dance.
Erica: There are things about Dr. Madden that Kendall doesn't know.
Ryan: Obviously things that I don't know, either.
Erica: They're painful facts, things I need to spare Kendall from and everyone, including you.
Ryan: Erica, you really don't need to spare me from anything. What is it? What is it that you know about Madden that Kendall and I don't know?
Erica: Look, you know that I love my daughter.
Ryan: Yes, of course I do. I know that you would do anything for her.
Erica: I would kill to protect Kendall from harm.
Ryan: Nobody doubts your devotion to Kendall, least of all me.
Erica: Then don't question me. Trust me. And please, Ryan, please get Kendall away from that lunatic Madden before it's too late, and he's ruined her life.
Ryan: Ok. I'll talk to her. And I will do anything humanly possible to protect both Kendall and the baby.
Kendall: What exactly did Ryan say to you when you told him you wanted to adopt our child?
Julia: I thought you had talked to Ryan about this.
Kendall: We -- we both know our options when it comes to this child.
Julia: Well, then you probably know what's going on in Ryan's mind better than I do.
Kendall: What did -- what did Ryan say to you when you first came to him with this idea? When -- when was that again?
Julia: I don't think that Ryan would say anything to me that he wouldn't say to you.
Kendall: Of course not. We -- we share everything when it comes to our unborn child.
Julia: Well, you don't know how happy I am to hear that because originally Ryan had said that he was going to hold off talking to you about it, but obviously he's changed his mind.
Kendall: Yep. Ryan is a real full-disclosure kind of guy when it comes to the mother of his child.
Julia: That's a good thing.
Kendall: Yeah, ok. I'm so glad you approve.
Julia: Kendall? You don't sound glad. What's wrong?
Kendall: What you're hearing is stress and months of shocks and setbacks.
Julia: Oh, well, your life has been one big roller coaster lately. I'm surprised -- I'm pleased, but surprised that you're even up for talking about adoption right now.
Kendall: Yeah, well, I have learned the hard way that it's best to find out as much as you can as soon as possible.
Julia: Well, I'll explain everything -- why I'm interested, what has led me here, why I think I'd make a good mother to Ryan's baby.
Kendall: Ryan's baby?
Julia: Yours and Ryan's.
Kendall: That was an interesting slip of the tongue.
Julia: Well, it wasn't completely a slip.
Kendall: Really? Ok, well, then, what was it, then? The last time I checked, I'm the one carrying this baby.
Janet: Of course, if I were blonde, my Mandy baby would be with me right now.
David: Blonde like Dixie?
Janet: Mm-hmm, not the same shade, though.
David: Now, you are absolutely certain that you saw Dixie at the Mardi Gras Ball? Not someone else in a mask?
Janet: No, it was Dixie. I saw her. She put her mask down for a minute.
David: Did you talk to Dixie?
Janet: Blondes should be seen but not heard.
David: What about her costume? What did it look like? Would I remember the dress, the mask?
Janet: It's about time you showed some interest in that. It was gray -- it was dove gray is what I think they call it -- and it had some pink. I love pink -- it's so feminine, and feminine is my middle name. It had a corset, and then there was like a little beaded jacket and a train -- oh, I love my train!
David: No, no, no! Not your dress -- Dixieís!
Janet: Oh, here we are -- we're back on Dixie? If you want to talk to Dixie about her costume, go ask Dixie.
David: So you're saying that that is possible, that I can actually have a conversation with her?
Janet: How badly do you want it?
David: I am willing to do whatever it takes to get a straight answer out of you about Dixie. Now, tell me -- is it actually possible for me to speak with Dixie and for her to talk back?
Janet: How good are your conversational skills?
David: What do you think?
Janet: That good, huh? You know, some people just don't have the gift -- take Trevor, for instance. He can be pretty stiff, so are you more like Trevor or are you more like me?
David: Trevor is frozen, you maniac.
Janet: Your point is?
David: Is Dixie frozen, too?
Janet: Did you freeze her?
David: Why the hell am I wasting my time talking to a psychopath about someone like Dixie?
Janet: Well, no, I -- I didn't invite you! You are extremely unpleasant!
Tad: The night before everybody's world blew up --
Tad: I told you I wanted to see where this was going. I still feel the same way.
Di: Me, too. You still owe me a date.
Tad: Oh, ok.
Tad: I'll work on that.
Di: Yeah, ok.
J.R.: Jamie told me you guys would be in here.
Tad: Is Babe all right?
Di: Is she -- Jamie said she was stable.
J.R.: Physically, she's good, but, man, is she ticked off at me.
Tad: Can't say as I blame her.
J.R.: No arguments there.
Tad: Well, that's a first.
J.R.: I never thought I'd ask you this again, Tad, but I need your help. Di, I need your help, too.
Babe: The whole time in that cabin, I thought that J.R. would come and rescue us. While I was fighting for my life, J.R. was printing "Wanted" posters. Did he even for five minutes give me the benefit of the doubt?
Krystal: Not even five seconds. He went from love to loathing in less time than it takes me to tick off his father.
Babe: He was really that bad?
Krystal: Yeah. But don't you worry. Tad is going to tell the truth. He saw me tied up with J.R. holding that gun on me, so Adam, Jr. and Sr. can lie all they want. We can fry J.R. on multiple felonies.
Babe: Just when I thought we were getting somewhere.
Krystal: Honey, this will leave Little Adam in your sole custody.
Babe: Without his daddy.
Krystal: Look, if you still want me to nail J.R. -- and I can't think of any reason why not -- then I'll just pick up the phone, I'll call Derek Frye, I'll give him a statement.
Babe: I don't know.
Krystal: Baby doll, we finally have a chance to grind J.R. to dust, but I have to start grinding ASAP. Now, are you with me?
Erica: Oh, it is so good to see you awake --
Erica: And alert, finally.
Jack: It feels much, much better just to see you.
Erica: I -- I've been here a lot, you know, but you were always sleeping every single time I came here. I've just needed you so desperately ever since -- ever since the ball.
Jack: That ball seems like it was forever ago. So what's going on, sweetheart?
Erica: I learned something so incredible, so really shocking right before the explosion, and, oh, there are just so many things that I need to talk to you about, and I just don't even know where to begin.
Jack: I already know.
Erica: You do? Did somebody come here to talk to you?
Jack: No. I saw them myself at the ball. I walked out on the balcony, and I caught Jonathan kissing Lily. And do you know he had the audacity to come into this room and try to promote himself as boyfriend material?
Julia: When I first came to Ryan about the adoption, he was all over the map when it came to fatherhood. He didn't see himself as a single dad, but he had mixed feelings about giving up his son.
Kendall: Yes, and I'm sure you helped him as much as possible.
Julia: Well, I promised him that he could call the shots when it came to his relationship with his child. If he wanted to help raise his son, I was fine with that. Visitation, ok. Limited contact, no problem. No contact at all -- I mean, whatever. I'm -- I'm flexible.
Kendall: Right, ok. But his biological mother, the one who will deliver this child, the one who deliberately conceived this child at great emotional cost, the one who is actually a part of this conception, unlike Ryan -- I wouldn't get to call the shots at all when it comes to my own son?
Julia: Wait. If you're going to keep your baby, then all this is moot. Obviously there won't be an adoption if you decide to raise your son. So you -- you'll be calling the most important shot.
Kendall: Ok, but in your adoption smorgasbord of parental options, Ryan is free to pull up a chair, but -- but me, either I raise him, or I don't get to be a part of his life at all? Now, what the hell what happened to my options?
Julia: But I don't get it. Do you know --
Ryan: Ok. You see what happens when you two get together and are alone? Let's get out of here. Your mom's dying to go.
Kendall: Ryan, I hear you're taking on a joint project with Julia -- raising a baby, my baby.
Krystal: What's this?
Jamie: Your guess is as good as mine.
J.R.: I asked them to come.
Krystal: Oh. Oh, is this the new J.R. defense team? Tad, what's going on?
Tad: Why don't we just listen to him?
Krystal: Oh, don't tell me J.R. has sweet-talked you all into testifying on his side. There is no way he's going to get away with this.
Adam: Enough, woman, enough. Just listen to what the man has to say.
J.R.: Tad, Di, and Jamie didn't come here to plead my case. I asked them to come in here and listen to what I have to say. Babe, I know that it would take a miracle to win you back. I can't move mountains, I can't part the seas, and I certainly can't heal sick people. But I can finally listen. I get that. You have left a handprint on my soul. And no matter what I do to get rid of it, I just can't seem to shake it. From the very first moment that I met you, all you've ever wanted for me is to love you and have trust in you and faith. And I was never capable of giving you that. But I'm telling you right now I'd like to try. Look, I've been angry for a very long time. And I can't promise that that's just going to go away. But I can promise you that I want to let it go. So I guess if I'm asking for forgiveness, I have to forgive people myself. First of all, I forgive you.
Krystal: Oh. You arrogant --
Babe: Hush, Mama.
J.R.: I forgive you for switching that DNA test in this hospital two years ago and making us believe that Miranda was ours. Now I want you to forgive me. I am sorry for kidnapping you and threatening you and everything that went with the last couple days.
Krystal: It's going to take a lot more than an apology.
J.R.: Yes, I am aware of that. I'm sorry for disrespecting your beautiful daughter. I know that you were just looking out for her. It's the same way that I feel about my son. So I am sorry for everything, every vindictive move, every bitter word. You didn't deserve that. All you were doing was looking after your daughter, who I vowed to take care of. And I wish I could swallow every hurtful thing that I've ever said to you and Babe. But I am trying to swallow that now.
Kendall: Well, you've been a busy, busy stud, peddling our son around. What's the going rate for a kid these days, Ryan, huh?
Ryan: I wasn't peddling anyone, Kendall.
Kendall: When in the hell -- when were you going to tell me, in the delivery room? "Push, Kendall, push! Great job. Julia and I will take it from here."
Julia: You didn't know? You said you knew. She said that you discussed it with you --
Ryan: Yeah, right. No, I -- I got it. Look, Kendall, I was going to tell you everything.
Kendall: This woman -- she's an idiot, Ryan. She's a horny, desperate idiot. Would you honestly let an idiot adopt my child?
Ryan: I'm not in a position to let anybody do anything with this child, Kendall, and I would never --
Kendall: Yes, you are. Yes, yes, you are, Ryan. But I'm an idiot for even giving you paternal rights. And thank you for reminding me what a God-awful idea that is. I will be taking them away as soon as possible.
Janet: I don't want to talk about Dixie.
Jonathan: Me, either. Why me? What did I ever do to you? I don't even know you. Why would you want to destroy me? Why did you tear my life apart?
Jack: Erica, I have to stop Jonathan Lavery from coming anywhere near Lily.
Erica: Ok. Well, let me help you. I'll -- I'll handle Lily, and I'll handle Jonathan.
Jack: Oh, honey -- you just promise me that you'll let me know if something happens, ok?
Erica: Of course, I will. Of course, I will. Look, you just -- please, you -- you need some more rest. Stay here. Ok, I'll be back later.
Jack: One more. Love you.
Erica: Love you. Ok.
Greg: Is something wrong?
Erica: No. No, Jack is just recovering so beautifully.
Greg: I'm very happy to hear it.
Erica: Thank you. I'm sorry I don't have time to talk. I really have a mountain of work to -- to do since I've been out of the office. Excuse me.
Kendall: If there is a way to revoke your paternal rights, Jack will help me.
Ryan: Slow down, Kendall.
Kendall: No, you don't deserve paternal rights.
Julia: This isn't Ryan's fault. Kendall, listen to me --
Kendall: Listen to you? Are you kidding me? You didn't come to me. You took your oversexed self to Ryan. Well, did your offer get you anywhere? And you -- you're already abusing your paternal rights.
Julia: Ryan hasn't agreed to anything.
Ryan: Julia, I really -- I appreciate you trying to help me here, but this is obviously something that Kendall and I need to talk about alone.
Julia: Yeah. Yeah.
J.R.: No matter what I've said or what I've done, I care. I care about all of you. But you hurt me, and I hurt back. I know that you've all tried to make peace with me, but I wouldn't let you in. But that stops right here. Jamie, I forgive you. I forgive you for sleeping with my wife. Running off with my child and her. I know that you were just trying to give him a life that I was just too angry to give. And you were right -- grudges are worthless. So I'm sorry for everything. Messing with you with Aunt Phoebe's will and Amanda -- all of it. Most importantly, you're my brother. And you used to be my best friend. And I look around in my life right now, and I don't have anybody like that, not even close, and that really sucks. And if Babe will ever take me back and marry me again, I want you to be the best man at my wedding.
Jamie: Let me think about it.
J.R.: Ok. And you -- I blamed you for so much. Breaking up the marriage between my mother and you. And causing her to run away. You screwed up, and so did I. But I want to forget that. I mean, every day, I see you reaching out to me. And the more you reach, the more that I pull away and more angry every time. And, man, I am so tired of being angry. I mean, what has it gotten me? What has it done? It's hard. I have to stop trying to push the people away in my life who are trying to help me. You're family. And for so many years, you raised me right next to my mother. And I don't think that she'd want me to forget that.
Tad: I'm sure she's smiling right now.
J.R.: And I forgive you. For posing as my mother and making me lose her all over again.
Di: No, I was wrong, J.R. The way I hurt you -- I don't deserve forgiveness.
J.R.: If you don't deserve forgiveness, neither do I. What you did -- it was just so damn low. I don't know why you -- I don't know why you did it. And I don't think that I'm ever going to understand it. But I forgive you for all the lies that you said. And I'm sorry. I'm sorry for every sadistic thing that I've ever done and taunting you and the video. And I just want to thank you for always coming back to me. I want to thank you for pushing me, even when I throw it in your face. You just wanted to be my mother. And my mother was -- she was so good. She was so loving. And I think -- I think it's high time that I try to act like that.
Tad: I know she's as proud of you as I am.
David: What's this? A revival meeting?
Adam: Get out, Hayward.
J.R.: No, no, stay. I got a few things I want to talk to you about, too.
David: Oh, this ought to be good.
J.R.: I hated you the most.
David: Do I get the prize?
J.R.: I forgive you.
David: Excuse me?
J.R.: I forgive you for everything.
David: Are you out of your freaking mind?
J.R.: Maybe. But I forgive you for seducing my mother. Breaking up the marriage and encouraging her to leave me. I'm not going to say that I'll ever forget it. And I'm not going to promise you I'm not going to be angry as hell, but I'm not going to waste my life on it anymore. I don't want to live my life like that. What I'm trying to say is -- I'm trying to -- to ask for your forgiveness. And I hope that you'll forgive me. Especially you, Babe, whom I care about more than life itself. So what do you say, Babe? Will you please forgive me?
J.R.: David's right. You should trash me. You should kick me to the curb.
Babe: But why shouldn't I?
J.R.: Because I can make you happy. I'm begging you, Babe, to marry me. Let me spend a lifetime to make it up to you. What do you say? Do you forgive me? Will you be my wife?
J.R.: Oh --
Babe: Yes, I will.
Erica: Joe -- telling Josh the truth could destroy so many lives.
Joe: Erica, we've been over this. And you have made your position very clear. And I hope mine is equally so. Josh is a promising young doctor, and I am keeping him on at PVH.
Erica: Look, I am not only concerned for myself, Joe, or for Josh. What about my family? What about yours?
Joe: The Martins would welcome him with open arms.
Erica: Oh, come on, Joe. You know it could never be that simple. And right now I have my family to protect, and Jack is just too ill and too worried about Lily to be able to deal with what's really going on here.
Joe: Ok, ok. I respect your decision not to tell Josh the truth. But you must respect mine. I want to keep my grandson in my life.
Erica: How self-centered can you be? Thanks to your hiring Josh, this hospital -- this hospital could blow higher than the Mardi Gras Ball. His father, Greg Madden, who also is on your staff, is deranged. He's destructive. He's capable of -- of burning through people's lives.
Joe: Well, look, that's all the more reason to give Josh some positive influences in his life.
Erica: If Greg Madden tries anything -- if he hurts my daughter in any way, I hold you personally responsible.
Ryan: There wasn't a good time for me to tell you about Julia's offer.
Kendall: Really? How about "Hey, Kendall, Julia stopped by to adopt our child"? You could have said that a month ago.
Ryan: I was just trying to protect you from any unnecessary -- I want what's best for you.
Kendall: Ryan, I am so sick to death of hearing that. Why are you so compelled to take care of me in ways that I don't even need? You know what I do -- you know what I need and what I want more than anything in this world? I need me alone, you gone. You want a baby so much with Julia? Why don't you go and make one yourself?
Janet: You know, all my life, all I ever wanted to do was to fit in. Be normal. And do right by the people that I love. It just seems that the harder I try, the worse I've done. Nobody gets me.
Jonathan: I know -- I know exactly how you feel.
Josh: Time to kick you out of here, Erica.
Erica: I already have an escort.
Josh: Well, I don't see him. Why don't I wheel you to your car? Nothing but the best. How about a wheelchair race?
Erica: You have no idea, do you? You really don't know what's happening? You're flying completely blind, aren't you?
Josh: Mm-hmm. But you see all?
Erica: Well, maybe someone should enlighten you. If you have any interest in reality, I'll open your eyes.
Ryan: Kendall, hold on a second!
Greg: My dear, what's this?
Kendall: I didn't -- I didn't know anybody was in here.
Greg: Well, lucky for you, someone is. What's wrong?
Kendall: Everything. Everything's wrong.
Greg: Tell me, and let me try to fix it.
Kendall: I don't know if you can.
Greg: Well, why don't you tell me, and I'll see if I can help.
Tad: You know, if I know J.R., he's already planning that wedding.
Tad: Yeah, he's not much for waiting. And what would a wedding be without a date?
Tad: Think you'll be available?
Di: Actually, I didn't think I'd have to wait so long for a date.
Tad: Ok, are you free for dinner?
Di: Hmm. I am now.
J.R.: I'm going to go check on Little Adam and work on a surprise for my bride-to-be.
Adam: Whoa, whoa, whoa -- just wait a second.
J.R.: All right. You know, go ahead and do it. Ream me out, call me an idiot, threaten to disown me.
Adam: Well, I was -- I was thinking about actually congratulating you and offering to give you and Babe the best wedding this town has ever seen.
Krystal: Well, J.R. gave a great performance. Bravo to the son of a snake. You're not actually buying his act? I mean, that's just setting yourself up for nothing but heartbreak. Have you forgiven J.R.? Are you really going to marry that man?
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Ryan (to Julia): I don't think I can give my son up for adoption.
Kendall (to Greg): Maybe I should just give him away.
Adam (to Krystal): Tell me that you'll stay in this marriage.
J.R. (to Babe): Will you marry me on Little Adamís birthday so we can give him the best present ever?
Josh (to Erica): We're so much alike.
Erica (to Josh): More than you know.
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