AMC Transcript Wednesday 3/15/06

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 3/15/06


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Kendall: Daytime, Daytime -- that's when you drop a bomb on me like “Maybe our child should be raised by wolves,” but not now, not when I've had a lousy day and an even lousier evening. Sleep, Sleep, that is what Kendall needs right now. Sleep until she can't sleep no more. So, please leave. Good-bye, see you.

Ryan: I vote no on the wolves.

Kendall: All right, I distinctly remember you saying you would help me during this pregnancy. Did I hallucinate that? Am I – am I seeing things here? The pregnant lady needs her rest, so please, go. Go already. Come on, Ryan. I'm serious. I mean it.

Ryan: I know you do, and what I'm going to say isn't going to take very long, but I'm not leaving until I say it.

Dixie: Oh, it's so hot. J.R.? Where am I?

Zach: How is she?

Jim: Well, her fever's spiked. I'm hoping the antibiotic in that IV can control the infection. If not, you're going to have no choice but take her to a hospital.

Zach: Let's hope for the best.

Jim: I'm giving Gwen instructions on her minute-to-minute care. The next few hours are crucial. Keep a close watch on her. Odds are she'll be in and out of delirium until the fever breaks.

Dixie: Oh, I'm hot. Oh. God, help me. Oh.

Zach: Could she die from this?

Tad: Do you thrill-seekers have any idea how many feet have gone in this thing?

Di: Lots.

Tad: "Lots." Try thousands. Thousands of hairy, sweaty, cloven hooves have gone in this thing, and you want me to put it on.

Erin: You know, Tad, I think they use powder to kill the germs. I think you're going to be ok.

Tad: Oh, gosh, that's such a relief. I'll tell you something -- if I don't bowl my game tonight, it's not because I don't know how to chuck that ball.

Erin: We will keep that in mind.

Di: Aidan, what -- is that your bowling warm-up routine?

Aidan: I'm an ambidextrous bowler. I can score 250 with either hand.

Erin: God, you sound amazing. Hey, maybe we should pair you up with Tad since he bites.

Tad: I didn't say I bite.

Di: No, that's a good idea, Erin. What do you say? Boys, boys, boys against girls?

Tad: Are you -- you're serious? I mean, if you want to play that dangerously. Otherwise, we could just cut to the chase and take them out, get something to eat.

Erin: No.

Tad: You know?

Erin: No, no, no, no, no. You are not backing out now. We are already here.

Di: Tad, no. If I don't do something, I'm just going to obsess about Janet and Little Adam and Babe being in that cabin, and I just --

Tad: You've got to relax, ok?

Di: I know.

Tad: They're safe, and Janet is in a jail cell where she belongs, right?

Di: No, I just need to blow off some steam.

Tad: Trust me, there will be steam coming out of these puppies.

Aidan: So it's agreed, then -- boys against girls? Is that right, boys against girls?

Di: Yeah.

Aidan: All right. We'll go easy on you.

Di: Yeah. Ok, Erin, if I didn't know better, it seems like we're being hustled.

Aidan: Who, us?

Tad: Yeah.

Erin: Oh, yeah. It sure does look that way, doesn't it?

Tad: Well, I guess you're just going to have to give us a shot and see.

Lily: Hey.

Jonathan: Hi.

Lily: I hurried as soon as I got your message. I beat my usual time by 48 seconds. You said it s really important?

Jonathan: It is. It's super important. But here -- open this.

Lily: Wow. Cheese and crackers and olives?

Jonathan: I -- I took the pimientos out, so there's no red.

Lily: Thanks. But why is this so important?

Jonathan: Well, it's -- it's what we're celebrating that's really important.

Zach: All right. I got all the medical stats. Now, I'm asking you a question, Jim. Could she die from this?

Jim: Anything's possible. The infection is serious, but I doubt she'll die from it. You call me if her fever goes over 105.

Kendall: Obviously this is the only way I'm going to get rid of you, so hurry up. All righty, say what you came to say. But the second you're finished, I'm hitting the sheets.

Ryan: I want to keep our child.

Dixie: Where'd he go?

Zach: Who?

Dixie: The doctor.

Zach: He left, but I'll -- I'll get him for you.

Dixie: No. Don't go. You need to tell me the truth. Am I going to die?

Zach: No, you're not going anywhere.

Dixie: The doctor said that nobody could survive an accident like mine.

Zach: Yeah, but that was a long time ago, and you did survive that, and you're going to survive this. The doctor works for me. He said you're going to be fine. You just need to get some rest.

Dixie: No, they lie. They lie.

Zach: Hey, shh.

Dixie: They all lie.

Zach: Shh, shh, shh. Hey. No one's lying here. You really think I have time for this -- bedside vigil, doing this with the water and all that stuff? I don't. I'm only doing this, because I know you're not dying. Don't tell me you're just going to kick it. You're not making sense right now.

Dixie: The accident --

Zach: You're not in Switzerland now. Listen to me, there was no car accident. You're in Pine Valley. A stray bullet, and now you have a little bit of an infection, but you're going to be just fine.

Dixie: Oh, God -- I'm -- I'm going to -- I can't -- I -- I'm not going to make it.

Zach: Hey --

Dixie: Huh?

Zach: Dying is what cowards do, right?

[Dixie groans]

Zach: A wise woman told me that. Don't do that. Don't give me lectures on how to embrace life, hold on to life, and then die on me. You can't. Doesn't work that way. Tell me what a great fighter you are. Let's see it, Dixie. Fight.

Tad: Strike!

Erin: Ah! Or not. Or not.

Di: No, no, no!

Tad: All right, so he got 9 -- that's still very good.

Di: Oh, very good.

Tad: Very good.

Aidan: I got 9, but don't worry, I'll get the rest of them.

Tad: [British accent] Oh, I know you will, mate. Your sexual power alone will strike that last pin.

Di: Erin, they're better than I expected. At least Aidan is.

Tad: [Normal voice] You know, everybody's a comedian. You wait till Thaddeus hits that lane, boy. You won't know what hit you.

Di: Oh, yeah -- I hope it's not the ball.

Erin: No, I'm serious here, Di. I mean, I think maybe we made a big mistake playing boys against girls.

Tad: "Maybe"? "Maybe"?

Erin: Yeah.

Tad: Watch this. And it's good!

Erin: Ah!

Tad: There it is, the strike that we were looking for. Yeah, baby.

Aidan: I got that spare, I told you. You're up, love.

Tad: This should be interesting.

[Tad imitates a high hat]

Di: Hush your mouth.

Aidan: You're not going to bowl with two hands, are you?

Tad: Is that, like, a Little League bowling thing?

Erin: Hey, shut up. I can't help it, it's just easier like this.

Tad: You sure?

Aidan: Right.

Tad: Looks like you're panning for gold.

Aidan: Maybe we should order bumpers on the lanes.

Di: Don't listen to them, Erin. That's right, that's right.

Aidan: Hey, you want to go catch a movie? I'm sure we'll be back by the time that hits the pins.

Tad: Uh-oh.

Di: Strike! Strike!

Erin: Did you see the way that baby went down the lane? I don't think it veered once.

Di: No, not once.

Erin: Huh? Beginner's luck, boys.

Lily: What are we celebrating?

Jonathan: First of all, I got the orderly job at Pine Valley Hospital.

Lily: Oh, that's great. That is worth celebrating.

Jonathan: But -- but most importantly, they caught the chameleon lady, Lily. Janet Dillon is in jail right now for the crimes that I was charged with.

Lily: Good. That's where she belongs.

Jonathan: No, no, you -- you know what that means, right? That I've been completely cleared, Lily. That -- that everyone doesn't -- doesn't have to -- to look at me like they're afraid of me anymore. They'll know the truth now. Your family, the cops -- everyone will know that -- will know that I'm not a bad guy anymore. Janet Dillon tried to hurt all those people, not me. She just set it up to make it look like I did it, but it was her all along. Well, that's great, isn't it?

Lily: Do I look mad?

Jonathan: Yeah.

Lily: Good. I want to look mad because I am mad. I really dislike that Janet Dillon woman, not only for hurting people, but for setting you up. I mean, you tried so hard to convince everyone that you were better when you got back to Pine Valley and -- and she took advantage of you. She made it impossible for us to be together, and she made it to where I had to sneak out of my house to come see you. I want her to feel as bad as we do. No, worse.

Jonathan: I wanted to be mad at her, too. I -- I wanted to -- I wanted to blame her for everything that's happened to me since -- since I've gotten back. I wanted to see her punished, really punished. But now, Lily, I don't know. For some reason, I just -- I can't get mad at her. Janet Dillon’s got serious problems like -- like I did once, and now I feel -- I feel more sorry for her than anything.

Lily: You had a brain tumor. That's why you had problems. Janet Dillon doesn't have a brain tumor. She's just crazy and evil and likes to do mean things to people.

Jonathan: I disagree. I -- I think that she's just really confused. I -- I think that -- that deep down in her heart, she believes that what she was doing was -- was helping the people that she loves.

Lily: I have to go now.

Ryan: I know that I could hardly take care of my own life when I first found out that I was going to be a father, let alone take care of a child. But a lot's changed since then, Kendall. I mean, I've changed. I'm not my father, and it's taken me a long time to realize that. But now that I have, I can put all of those memories behind me, and I can create new memories, good ones, with our son. Say something, Kendall, please.

Kendall: I'll think about it. But you better think about it, too.

Ryan: Absolutely.

Kendall: Because if you think parenthood is -- is all baseball games and slumber parties, then you are going to really regret your decision after the first runny diaper. Now, I'm not trying to be a downer. I just -- I just don't want you to go into this blind. You're not talking about being a single parent, raising this child alone, are you? What exactly is your plan?

Dixie: What about Kendall?

Zach: Excuse me?

Dixie: You love her, right?

Zach: The doctor wants you to drink a lot of water, so let me help you with that.

Dixie: Wait. Don't you love her?

Zach: What do you want from me?

Dixie: Admit it.

Zach: Yeah, I love her. Of course I love her. But -- but I've done things to her that are inexcusable.

Dixie: Join the club. There's got to be a way to earn forgiveness. Right? There's got to be a way to make it right.

Zach: Not always. Not in this case.

Dixie: Why? Don't you -- do you want to be forgiven? Or do you think you're not worthy of it?

Zach: Why don't you drink some water, huh? Come here.

Kendall: Ok. Now I get why you're doing this. Julia put you up to this. You want to -- you want to co-parent my child with Julia Santos? That's disgusting, Ryan. I'm nauseous.

Ryan: That's not it at all, Kendall.

Kendall: Then what, Ryan? If you don't want to fly solo, what?

Ryan: I haven't actually gotten there yet.

Kendall: Well, you have to have some sort of a plan. I mean, this isn't a stray puppy you're rescuing, it's a human being.

Ryan: Ok, get off my back here, Kendall, because I'm not an idiot, ok?

Kendall: Then don't march in here making some big, broad statement about wanting to raise your own child but then say you don't know how.

Ryan: Well, if you let me get a word in, I could explain.

Kendall: Can't wait to hear this.

Ryan: Yes. At first, I wasn't all that connected to the child that you were carrying, but a lot of time's passed, and I've had some time to sit on the thought of being a father now for a while, and I like it, and I want it.

Kendall: But why? You still haven't told me why.

Ryan: This baby is not just some generic kid, Kendall. He's -- he's you and me mixed up together. I mean, it's a never-before, never-again kind of thing. You realize that he's going to have your beautiful eyes, right? And he's going to have my nose, and he's going to have your smile and my chin, and your sense of humor and your appreciation for finer things. But he's not going to be affected because, really, he's kind of a down-to-earth little guy -- sort of like his old man. And he's really smart, really smart -- walking and talking before all of his friends. And you know how people say that sort of being in the moment is so important and not getting caught up in yesterday or tomorrow? Well, he's got that down pat. He's just a really good kid. So you can see how I'd want to be around him, how I'd want to have him around, because -- because he's the very best of you, and he's the very best of me. I mean, how could I not fall in love with that?

Kendall: Oh, my God. You don't want to raise this kid alone. You want to raise him with me.

Jonathan: No, Lily, why -- why do you have to go? What did I do?

Lily: You disagreed with me about -- about Janet Dillon. You think she can't help being bad and -- and that she shouldn't be punished, and -- and I really disagree. I think that she knows exactly what she's doing and that she should be punished -- a lot. That means we'll never agree, and we can't be boyfriend and girlfriend anymore.

Jonathan: Whoa, Lily, back up. I didn't -- no -- no, Lily, I mean we don't have to break up over a little disagreement.

Lily: But you can't love someone you disagree with.

Jonathan: That's -- that's not true, Lily. People -- they disagree all the time, and they're still in love.

Lily: But you don't want to change my opinion to match yours -- like my dad does? He disagrees with me about you being a good person, and -- and he tries to get me to change my mind, but I don't want to. And I don't want to change my mind about Janet Dillon either, and I'm pretty sure you don't want to change your mind about Janet Dillon, so it's over.

Jonathan: You and your father still disagree, but you -- you still love him, right? So, why can't it be that way with us?

Lily: Well, I suppose I still love my father, but it's hard to be around him now. I'm always waiting for him to try to change my mind, and that makes it tense. And I don't like feeling tense, and I don't want to feel tense with my boyfriend, so maybe it's better I don't have one right now -- well, not you, at least.

Jonathan: Lily -- Lily, no. We -- we don't have to break up over this.

Aidan: Oh!

Di: Ah! Look at that score. I mean, what -- what does it say -- 275? I can't read it, Tad. What's that say?

Aidan: No.

Tad: It says "275." Shut up.

Di: I thought so. Good, good job, Erin! It's almost a perfect score.

Erin: Thank you. Thank you. You didn't do too bad yourself.

Aidan: Where did you learn to bowl like that, huh?

Erin: Canada, actually. Yeah, you'd be surprised how much you can learn bowling in a league. A-ha-ha!

Tad: You knew she bowled in a league the entire time. Guess who was taken.

Di: Oh, who? Us?

Aidan: I see that.

Erin: Well, let's -- let's see. Aidan, what'd you get? 193. Oh -- not quite 250. Maybe you should've bowled lefty.

Tad: Yeah, no kidding, captain ambidextrous. What happened with the power of left?

Aidan: I had an off night, ok? Sue me.

Tad: I just might.

Aidan: Well, I must say, never in my life have I been beaten by such beautiful adversaries.

Di: Oh, flatterer.

Tad: He's a European suck-up.

[Erin and Aidan laugh]

Tad: I want a rematch.

Di: Ok.

Erin: Ok, I'm game! Let's do it. Come on.

Tad: Not now. I mean, like, you know, got to give me a week. I got to go home, change my diet, get some meditation moves, you know, try to become one with the ball.

Di: Oh. Well, I think if you learn how to actually release the ball properly, I think you could bag the meditation and the diet and score higher than a 78.

[Di laughs]

Tad: You have so much fun saying that. That's so cute. But I'm telling you, it was the shoes.

Di: Oh.

Tad: Smell that. Come on. You know what? For all you know, we let you win.

Di: Oh.

Tad: You think about that -- no, no, no, no. Maybe we let you ace it so that -- well, maybe you could drive me home and help me work on my release.

Di: Uh-huh.

Tad: Uh-huh.

Di: All right, good night, guys.

Erin: Good night.

Di: It was fun.

Aidan: Ok, good night.

Tad: No, none of it.

Aidan: You're not tired, are you?

Erin: Nope.

Aidan: Neither am I.

Dixie: Oh -- oh, it's tap, tap, tap.

[Dixie groans]

Dixie: Oh, that's two, that's three. Oh, I see Katie behind the tree.

Zach: Can you hear me?

Dixie: What?

Zach: Hey, Dixie? Who's Katie?

Dixie: What are you doing here?

Zach: You're not feeling well, I'm taking care of you.

Dixie: No. You got to go.

Zach: Everything's fine, you're just talking in your sleep. It's ok.

Dixie: No, you got to go, you got to ask her to forgive you.

Zach: Calm down, it's all right.

Dixie: Go -- go. Please go. She needs you.

Kendall: You haven't thought through how you and I would share this baby, either?

Ryan: Just running on pure emotion.

Kendall: Well, that's a great way to plan a kid's future.

Ryan: You think that every couple that has a kid had all the answers before the baby arrived? I mean, just because I don't know what's going to come next doesn't mean that I'm wrong for wanting to raise my son. I'm not wrong. I'm -- I'm finally clear about one thing, about what I want, finally. And you don't think it's a good idea.

Kendall: No, no, it's -- it's not that I don't think it's a good idea. It's that I can't relate. I don't -- I don't see his face the way you do, and I -- I don't even feel connected to him half the time.

Ryan: But that makes perfect sense, that you don't feel the same way about him as I do. After what you told me, I mean, I wouldn't imagine it any other way.

Kendall: "After -- after --" what did I tell you?

Ryan: When we were trapped after the explosion, you told me. You told me that you associate this baby with the blackout -- Zach’s betrayal.

Dixie: Oh.

Zach: Ok.

[Dixie groans]

Zach: Try to relax, try to stay still.


Zach: What do you need? What can I get you?

Dixie: Oh. Tad. Tad. Tad. Tad.

Ryan: You and I are going to be holding our son in a matter of months. He's real. He's on his way. And when he gets here, it's not going to matter in the slightest to him how he was conceived -- test tubes, best friends turned enemies, blackouts. Not going to care about that at all. What he is going to care about -- somebody taking care of him, feeding him, keeping him safe, keeping him warm. Our son is counting on somebody giving him the best. And I know you don't feel it right now, I -- I know you don't, but you are the best thing that that child could ever ask for. And I know -- I know you're not going to be cooking family dinners every night -- I know -- or chairing PTA meetings. Maybe that's not your style.

Kendall: "Maybe"?

Ryan: But I do -- I see you two riding your bikes through Spain or going to the theater in New York or flying to LA to see his favorite band. I see it.

Kendall: I hate you. Why can't I just feel what you're feeling just -- just a little, tiny bit? Maybe then I wouldn't feel like such a cold-hearted wench.

Ryan: Look at the last 12 months of your life. Look at it. I pretended to be dead. You befriend my wife, and you give her everything, you give her your womb. And then Zach does his number on you, and you lose Zach, you lose Greenlee. I mean, it makes perfect sense to me why you can't go head first into becoming a mother. I get it. Anybody would get it.

Kendall: I thought I recognized you.

Ryan: What?

Kendall: You're the old Ryan. The Ryan that I knew and loved before you turned into such a colossal ass. Where the hell have you been?

Lily: Well, this is how Sam and I broke up, too. You disagree and you argue and fight, and then it's over. Doesn't it work that way with all boyfriends and girlfriends?

Jonathan: Uh -- maybe. I don't know. Lily, all I know is -- is how I feel and -- and how I don't feel, and I know that I -- I don't feel like breaking up with you.

Lily: But we have no choice.

Jonathan: No, Lily, I -- I love you, and -- and one of the things I love the most about you is that your mind works different from mine. And if I love you because you have a -- a different way of looking at things, then how could I be mad at you for looking at things differently?

Lily: Because you want to be right, just like I want to be right, and -- and we'll never agree.

Jonathan: Well, then we could agree to -- to disagree.

Lily: "Agree to disagree"? So no matter how different our opinions are, we'll always be agreed?

Jonathan: Well, agreeing to -- to disagree.

Lily: Yeah. I like that.

Jonathan: Good. Ok, good -- does that mean that we're -- you're still my girlfriend?

Lily: Yeah, that's what it means.

Dixie: Tap, tap, tap. Oh, it's -- it's one, two, three. Ah. Oh, I see Katie. Oh. I -- I --

Zach: Who's Katie? Do you want me to bring her to you?

Di: You want to keep your wrist at this angle, like that.

Tad: Mm-hmm.

Di: And you want to keep it that way --

Tad: Mm-hmm.

Di: Don't bend it until after you release the ball.

Tad: That's what I was doing.

Di: Uh-uh.

Tad: No, no --

Di: No.

Tad: That's what I'd been doing. That's exactly what I was doing.

Di: No, you were not --

Tad: I was --

Di: No, you were not doing that. You were -- you were doing this.

Tad: What?

Di: See? Look. Like, you were -- you were doing this.

Tad: Uh-huh.

Di: You were -- see -- pfft. You see?

Tad: Throwing a curveball?

Di: Yeah, when you need to be --

Tad: Playing softball --

Di: When you need to be doing --

Tad: To be doing this. Yeah --

Di: Yeah.

Tad: I think you better show me one more time. Let me -- just -- I'm --

Di: Ok, all right.

Tad: Ok, now, what do I need to be doing?

Di: What you were doing --

Tad: I was doing --

Di: This.

Tad: This.

Di: See? And you need to be doing --

Tad: And I need to be doing --

Tad and Di: This.

Di: Yeah.

Tad: What I really want to do is this.

[Tad and Di begin kissing.]

Erin: And so -- so one of the guys I worked with at the coffee shop was a master bowler and his name was Nick. So we called our team -- our bowling team -- Nick's Chicks, since he was the only guy on it. And you should've seen these shirts we had to wear. They were -- they we disgusting. They were, like, orange with green trim -- I know, completely heinous. But I wanted to get vintage shirts with our little, like, logo sewed onto lapels. Wow! Am I a turn-on right now, or what?

Aidan: Well, I was definitely impressed when you told me how you scored that 9-2 split with a borrowed ball.

Erin: And my fingers were too small for the holes, right?

Aidan: Hmm.

Erin: Oh, God! I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

Aidan: Why are you apologizing? That's -- that's a bit of a turn-on, baby.

Erin: Mm-hmm.

Aidan: That's hot.

Erin: Yeah, right, I'm a babbling, bragging bowler. It's -- it's really hot, I know.

Aidan: Well, this babbling bowler happens to be a very sexy, confident woman.

Erin: Yeah?

Aidan: Yeah.

Erin: And my detailed description of our -- of our championship win over Artie's Auto Shop Bowlerettes -- you sure this isn't a little, little over the top?

Aidan: No. I couldn't have been more charmed. You're the whole package, Erin, and if I wanted a different you, I'd still be out there looking for her.

Erin: Oh. Are you sure you're real?

Aidan: Come here.

Kendall: Where were you? I mean, why did you go? Why did you stay away?

Ryan: I'm just not sure. Mean, obviously it had to do with my brother spinning out and all the family stuff coming up, but I do know that it was a very long road back. But I'm glad to be here.

Kendall: Not as glad as I am to have you back.

Ryan: Hmm. I guess I'll never be exactly the same old Ryan -- you know, too much has happened -- but I know that it feels good, feels familiar.

Kendall: Familiar. "Familiar" is something I haven't felt in ages. Even when Bianca and Miranda came home for Christmas, it was still different. So much has changed in all of our lives. But this -- this is amazing, having you back.

Ryan: You've really touched on something here because -- I don't know -- I feel like I've been walking around in a fog, just seeing people but not seeing them clearly, you know? Just not getting it, just not getting people, and them definitely not getting me -- like we're all talking different dialects, speaking English but a few degrees off, you know? You don't know. Am I making sense here? Do you know what I'm saying?

Kendall: I think I finally do.

[Kendall and Ryan kiss.]

Zach: You ok? Want some more water? You want me to get the doctor back here?

Dixie: No. I want Tad. I need him. I -- I need to see him. You have to get him for me, please. I have to tell him. I have to tell him everything.

Ryan: I wasn't expecting that.

Kendall: Impulses are very impulsive.

Ryan: You got mad at me when -- when I kissed you.

Kendall: Yeah, I know. And now all I can think about is how much I want you to do it again.

[Kendall leans forward and whispers in Ryan's ear.]

Kendall: Make love to me, Ryan.

[Ryan responds by kissing Kendall.]

Jonathan: "And even when I was doubting it, too, along would come Lily with some missing clue. She always had faith, she fought without fail. If it wasn't for Lily, why, I'd probably still be in jail. So, thank you, my sweet Lily, for believing in me, and making my freedom be the very best it could possibly be."

Lily: That was the best poem I've ever heard.

Jonathan: Yeah? You liked it?

Lily: Yeah. I think Jonathan's Freedom Day is my favorite holiday ever. I think we should go home and put it in our calendars and celebrate it every year.

Jonathan: I -- I would love that.

Lily: Well, I better get home so that Reggie doesn't see that I'm not in my room.

Jonathan: I hate that you have to sneak out of your house to see me. Someday, it's going to be ok for us to be together. You'll see.

Erin: Hmm.

Aidan: What are you thinking?

Erin: I want more.

Aidan: Ah, more what? You don't want to go bowling again, do you? Because I think I've had enough of you kicking my butt for one day, thank you very much.

Erin: I -- I want more of you. You know what I've never seen is your bedroom.

Aidan: Well, that can be arranged.

Erin: Cool. Cool. Because I think that would be the perfect place for you to make love to me.

Dixie: What's it say? Am I going to be ok?

Gwen: Looks like it. Your fever's broken.

Dixie: Oh, thank God. Where's Zach?

Tad: I want to make love with you.

[Di smiles and kisses Tad.]

[Knock on door]

Tad: Son of a -- I swear to -- where's a gun when you need one?

Di: Oh.

Tad: No, no, no, just don't move. Don't move, stay here.

Di: Ok.

Tad: That's -- don't move. Don't. Just –

[Tad opens the door and stares at Zach.]

>> On the next "All My Children" --

Babe (to J.R.): You have a prenup?

J.R. (to Babe): I've already signed it. Every lawyer's looked it over so they can file it.

Ryan ( to Kendall): You're making this very, very hard.

Kendall (to Ryan): Oh, really? Good, good. Then shut up and kiss me.

Zach (to Dixie): Hey.

Dixie (to Zach): Did I catch you in time?

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