AMC Transcript Tuesday 3/28/06

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 3/28/06

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J.R.: Uh-uh. Don't even think about it.

Josh: There's the birthday girl.

Hazel: Yeah -- six weeks ago.

Josh: Yeah, I know. I'm sorry. I feel terrible about it. Maybe this will get me out of the doghouse? The latest Elliot Brighton novel -- not even on the stands yet. See, I got in good with the publishing company while I was working at "New Beginnings." Ok, I dated one of the editors -- so what? Point is, happy belated birthday, Hazel.

Hazel: Thank you. Now, why don't you admit why you're really here?

Josh: What are you talking about?

Hazel: You came to check on your father. After that scare he had with his heart, you're worried sick. Would it kill you to admit you still care about the man, Josh?

Ryan: Julia. Hey.

[Julia sighs]

Ryan: You ok?

Julia: Oh, Ryan. You're going to have to stop me. I am this close from going and putting my hands around Dr. Madden's hateful neck and wringing the life out of him!

Ryan: Stop you? I'll help you.

Erica: "Improper dosage or consumption may cause dizziness, shortness of breath, severely increased blood pressure and cardiac tamponade or cardiac arrest resulting in death."

Val: Oh. You're here.

Erica: Well, apparently I am the only person around here who has any kind of a work ethic. This place has been a complete ghost town ever since I arrived. I haven't seen a soul. In fact, security was MIA.

Val: Well, Erica, the work day doesn't usually begin until 8:00 --

Erica: "Usually" -- "usually"? There is no "usually" around here with this kind of work at all. And another thing -- what is with the filing system around here? I mean, I have been looking high and low for that Martha Stewart interview that we taped just last week and it is nowhere, Val. It is gone, it has vanished.

Val: Well, I'm sure that I can --

Erica: Oh, great. Thank you very much. You can leave. You are useless. And, Val? Don't you ever come into my office again without knocking first.

[Kendall sighs]

Kendall: You realize you're a heartless jerk, right? You pulled the plug on an entire city to keep me from carrying Ryan and Greenlee's baby, you suckered me into falling in love with you when I specifically married you to love-proof my life. You're a sneaky, deceptive, controlling, manipulative jackass. And that's why you're exactly who I need.

Zach: I'm all yours.

Babe: Ow, ah!

J.R.: What, what, what, what? Are you ok? What happened?

Babe: Ha-ha!

J.R.: Hey -- faker.

Babe: I have a company to run or did you forget?

J.R.: I didn't forget. I just don't care. Why don't you come back to bed?

Babe: I would love to. Me, work -- got to go.

J.R.: You know, you act like you have a say in this, Mrs. Chandler. I thought when the minister guy said "I now pronounce you man and wife" that you'd start acting like one.

Babe: Really?

J.R.: Mm-hmm.

Babe: And acting like a wife means what?

J.R.: You do my bidding, anytime I want. You got a problem with that?

Babe: Yeah, I do.

J.R.: Yeah?

Babe: Mm-hmm.

J.R.: So do I.

Babe: Mm-hmm.

J.R.: So I guess I'll have to try something else.

[Babe giggles]

Babe: Stop.

[Knock on door]

Erica: Come in.

[Val sighs]

Val: The Martha Stewart interview.

Erica: Thank you. Val? Please don't be mad. I'm sorry that I snapped at you earlier. It's just I think with Jack in the hospital and Lily and Reggie needing me so much at home and my workload here -- please understand that I am on edge.

Val: Look, we just need to find you a new supervising producer.

Erica: No. I don't think that will really be necessary. I mean, despite my current mood, my life really is about to become far less complicated.

Val: Erica, you're the best, but you cannot do all of this alone. Are you sure you don't want some help?

Erica: No, thank you. I -- I really do appreciate your offer, but, well, you know what they say -- if you want a job done right, you have to do it yourself.

Greg: Will you join me for a cup of coffee, Josh? I got some time before my first appointment.

Josh: Oh, that's -- that's great, Dad. Your heart almost gives out and you're still drinking caffeine? Way to take care of yourself.

Greg: Oh. Well, we also have herbal tea, but I'd like you to stay for a short visit.

Josh: Yeah, fine. I -- I can't stay long, though. So when did Hazel add wannabe mind reader to her resume?

Greg: She might not be so far off. She has known you since you were a little boy.

Josh: Yeah, well, so have you and you don't get me at all.

Greg: Please let's not start on a hostile note. I've got some things I'd like to say to you.

Josh: Yeah, well, listen, I hope you saw your doctor after that little scare you had. How's your heart rate? Blood pressure?

Greg: The numbers are fine. I'm fine. That little cardiac attack that I had gave me a wake-up call on many levels, forced me to look at not just the physical aspects of my life but also the emotional aspects. I can see now the mistakes that I made and I can see the mistakes we both made.

Josh: Yeah, look, you know what, Dad? I didn't come here to have this conversation with you.

Greg: You don't want to admit you're wrong. That's fine. But I have to. My defenses are down, son. I'm wearing my heart on my sleeve. If I were you, I'd stick around for the show because I don't think it's going to last long.

Josh: Well, then, get it over with. Say what you got to say.

Greg: I love you, son. And I miss you.

Julia: Well, you saw how devastated I was after I had gotten that diagnoses -- I was gutted. I went home last night after I left you and I cried myself to sleep. I mean, it just smacked me in the face out of nowhere -- I'd never be able to give birth.

Ryan: But what about the second opinion? I --

Julia: I got one already. I took your advice and I booked a super-early appointment with Sarah Mayer, the new ob-gyn at PVH

Ryan: And how did it go?

Julia: Well, I basically fed her the diagnosis that Dr. Madden had given me without dropping his name. I said that I had long-undetected fibroid tumors that had resulted in infertility. Was there any hope that I could conceive? I even came up with some symptoms that were consistent with the fibroids that Dr. Madden claimed that I had. Ryan, she did the same tests on the same machines that Madden used. She didn't do anything differently.

Ryan: But she didn't get the same results?

Julia: Not even close. Not only did she not find the fibroids, she didn't find any abnormality whatsoever. In fact, she said there was no reason why I couldn't conceive and deliver plenty of healthy babies. What does that say about Madden?

Ryan: I am so happy for you, but I ask you is that even possible? I mean, could -- could that guy even make that kind of mistake?

Julia: I don't believe so. I mean, this isn't your average "oops." She was completely shocked that a doctor had ever given me that diagnosis. She said that short of reading from somebody else's ultrasound, she didn't see how anyone could arrive at that conclusion.

Ryan: So the fertility guru of the western world makes a rookie mistake.

Julia: I don't think he could. I don't think you think he could. Is this just too grassy knoll?

Ryan: Madden lied to you deliberately.

Kendall: I promised myself I was going to swear off trust. It's never really been high on my list anyway, but after the number you pulled, I've stepped on pieces of gum I value more.

Zach: So, all right. We've established you're anti-trust.

Kendall: Yes, yes, but now I have to do it again. I have to pick a side. I have to believe one person over the other, and I hate it, but I don't have a choice. So, do I go with the liar behind door number one, Ryan Lavery, or the manipulator behind door number two, Dr. Greg Madden? You being the master liar/manipulator, I figured you could shed some much-needed light. When I'm with Ryan, I -- I feel like he's 100% right. I -- I feel like I believe him. I mean, he's right -- Dr. Madden is way too pushy. He's an ob-gyn, so why he's so concerned about who's going to raise my child seems a little strange. And not to mention, he blindsided us with this prospective adoptive couple when I went to see him for my last checkup. It was as if he promised these people my kid. So I think of all these things and it's like, Ryan's right about this guy. I mean, "intrusive" doesn't even begin to cover it.

Zach: Can't say I disagree.

Kendall: Ok, but check this out. I went to Dr. Madden and I presented all of this to him and he was very humble and sympathetic and he completely apologized for ever making me feel the tiniest bit uncomfortable. I mean, this -- this is a man who went out on a limb for me and he never asked for anything in return. When the truth came out that I was carrying my baby and not Greenlee's, any other doctor would've run. They would've bailed and never looked back, but Greg stuck with me. He feels this -- this huge responsibility for my pregnancy and he just wants to make sure it all turns out for the best.

Zach: What -- what about Ryan's point about Madden overstepping his bounds?

Kendall: Well, when I'm with Dr. Madden, I feel like Ryan is the one who's overstepping. I mean, his points start to seem self-serving and manipulative. He says he wants to raise the child and there's no possibility of any other alternative. So I -- I don't know what to do. I have no idea what's right. I mean, is Dr. Madden the ob-gyn from hell or is Ryan just trying to steamroll me into doing what he wants? I -- I don't have a clue. But there is one thing I'm sure of -- one of them is trying to manipulate me. So that's where you fit in, o king of manipulators. Teach me something, please. Teach me -- teach me some strategy to smoke out the guilty party. What?

Zach: I'm glad you're here.

Kendall: I'm -- I'm glad that you're glad I'm here. I don't -- I don't totally hate being here --

Zach: Oh.

Kendall: So much, I guess. Ok. Uh -- come on. Madden, Ryan -- can you help me? Are you even listening to me?

Zach: Oh, no, I'm -- I'm captivated.

Kendall: Ok, ok, good. Well, then -- then answer me, please. Can you help me or not? Hello? Are you even paying attention? Do you even have any idea why I came to see you?

Zach: No, yeah -- no. You asked me for strategies, how to point out someone.

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: Yeah.

Kendall: Yeah. Like when you told me that you loved me and looked me in the eyes and said that you weren't keeping any secrets from me. What clues should I have been looking for to prove how full of it you were?

Zach: Clues? Well, what do you mean? Like biting my lip or -- or not making eye contact, twitching, that kind of --

Kendall: Well, yeah. I mean, should I have been looking for things like that?

Zach: I think you're making this a lot more difficult than it has to be.

Kendall: All right. Well, then, dumb it down for me, Einstein.

Zach: I think all you have to do is be true to yourself.

["New beginnings" theme plays]

Erica: Martha, thank you so much for allowing "New beginnings" to come into your brand-new studio.

Martha: Oh, well, we like having you here.

Erica: Thank you.

Martha: I love people to see this studio.

Erica: It feels so right to be back. I have had a couple of little wacky things going on in my life. Recently, I just got out of the hospital and I know you know what it's like to have some rocky incidents in your lifetime, too --

Martha: Definitely.

Erica: But we're back, right? We are back, new beginnings.

Martha: Oh, absolutely, yes.

Erica: This is, I think, the biggest sound stage I've ever been on.

Martha: Really? This is all live plant material and --

Erica: This is incredible. You have someone who is assigned to this --

Martha: Oh, we have garden editors, yes, that take care of everything. And then, this is our craft room where everything is in order or should be.

Erica: Oh, look at all these gorgeous candies!

Martha: Isn't that pretty?

Erica: Gorgeous, yes.

Martha: And then when you open drawers, look. I just want you to see.

Erica: Look how Martha Stewart organizes.

Martha: Everything has its place.

Erica: It does.

Martha: And this is our kitchen, which works.

Erica: Spectacular.

Martha: We have our two stoves here for demonstration, another stove, these big marble sinks which are great.

Erica: Absolutely.

Martha: People get a lot of ideas from this kitchen. I'm Martha Stewart. Welcome to "New beginnings."

[J.R. And Babe laugh]

Babe: Stop! 10 bucks if you can tell me the last time I went into Fusion.

J.R.: 100 bucks if you can do that thing you did last night right now.

Babe: Nasty! I mean, how are they ever going to take me seriously as their boss if I never even bother showing up?

J.R.: You can enjoy your honeymoon. That's reason enough to wait a day -- or five.

Babe: Five days?

J.R.: Mm-hmm.

Babe: Five days of me rocking your world?

J.R.: Oh, yeah.

Babe: Oh, the future is limitless, buddy.

[Music plays]

Erica: And it's so wonderful to be in the place where you create all your magic, right here.

Martha: And I think people are enjoying it.

Erica: And I love getting out of a studio and also -- for "New beginnings" because I get to go where people actually do the things that we're going to be talking about. And in your case, you teach your guests --

Martha: Oh, yeah.

Erica: To do things right here. I think it's much more interesting and interesting to see people under those circumstances. You get a much -- I think you get a real feel for the person that way.

Martha: I like to know what people do. I like to know if they're able to do things. I mean, I've had people who have written cookbooks who can't even hold a knife. We're into all kinds of things, basically doing with living, with good living, but again, you know all about that.

Erica: Well, and I -- and I read your magazine and I love all your ideas for good living and for making your life more beautiful --

Martha: Exactly, yes.

Erica: Visually beautiful. Oh, a cappuccino --

Martha: Yes.

Erica: In Martha Stewart’s own kitchen. It's very good. Do I have a foamy milk mustache?

Martha: No, you're fine. You're absolutely perfect.

Erica: No?

Martha: Here's to new beginnings.

Erica: Here's to new beginnings.

["New beginnings" theme plays]

[Knock on door]

Erica: Come in.

[Erica stops videotape]

Val: Hey, I just wanted to make sure the tape was ok.

Erica: Ok? It was fantastic! I mean, things are really on track. There's nothing to worry about.

Val: Well, do my eyes deceive me or is Erica Kane back?

Erica: Yes, she is.

Erica: Yes, I am.

Greg: The way you saved Erica's life after the explosion, that made me enormously proud. Although I would've been happier to see you serve your internship in San Francisco, it's very gratifying for me to see you treating patients here.

Josh: Terrific. Glad to hear it.

Greg: What touched me even more was the concern that you showed for me after my attack. Now, even though I don't expect you to admit it, if you came here today just to check up on me, that'd be the best medicine this old heart could get. I want to start over, son. I want to take all the nonsense of the last year and just set it aside. I want you and I to have our own new beginning. What do you say?

Josh: Is that what it'll take to get you off my back?

Greg: I don't want to fight with you anymore. I'm way too tired.

Josh: Then, yeah. Fine. Whatever.

Ryan: Here. I mean, the guy started -- Madden started the whole adoption campaign with Kendall like minutes after Erica warned me about him, so she's got the same reservations about him that we do. And just the way that he plays Kendall -- I mean, he obviously -- he knows what he's doing, he knows how to play Kendall and what he did to you -- he lied to your face like that? He told you to your face that you cannot have children. Who does that? The guy's gone too far.

Julia: It's sickening. It's -- it's cruel. It's sadistic. And why, Ryan? Why me? What would make him decide that I shouldn't be allowed the same kind of happiness he's given so many other women?

Ryan: I don't know. But there is something seriously off with Madden and I am going to find out what it is.

Zach: Never for as long as I've known you have I seen anyone intimidate you -- not Ryan, not Madden, not your mother, not me. I tried everything to keep you from being Greenlee's surrogate, but still, you did it. You didn't let little things like blackouts or science stop you. And now you're sitting here and you don't know if you should listen to Ryan or to Madden about the biggest decision in your life? It's not the Kendall I know.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I -- I'm not too crazy about her, either, but she's all I've got. I can't see clearly, Zach. I mean, the night this baby was conceived, I knew what I had to do. I knew if Greenlee's eggs weren't viable, I had to use my own, I knew. That was the absolute right decision in that moment. And every other time I've felt backed into a corner, I've always come out fighting. But this? I'm lost. The only thing that I do see clear is what you helped me see. I love this baby --

[Zach chuckles]

Kendall: Enough to want to give him the best possible life. But I don't have a clue where to go from there.

Zach: All right. Well, then don't do anything until you get a clue. It'll happen. It will, I promise you. But for now, maybe you should tell the boys to back off. Tell Madden not to parade any more childless couples in front of you and tell Ryan not to talk about raising this child by himself until you had a chance to breathe.

Kendall: Ryan doesn't want to raise this baby alone. He wants to do it with me.

Kendall: What? It's weird, right? Ryan wants me to raise the baby with him. Yeah, ok, you think it's a horrible idea. It makes your head spin to imagine me playing mommy with the actual father of my child. All right, I know -- I know you think Ryan is a walking disaster, and if I agree to raise this child with him, I'll be asking for nothing but trouble. You're thinking "don't do this. Don't raise this child with Ryan." That is what you're thinking, isn't it?

Zach: That's not what I'm thinking at all.

Ryan: I mean, the guy is just always so smooth and so sure of himself.

Julia: Does that cretin have the right -- one meeting I had with him, one. Did he just look at me and decide that he didn't like me? I mean, is that it? Do I not fit his perfect idea of what a mother should be? Or was it something I said? Was it -- was it the color of my lipstick? What? He is obviously given a lot of happiness to thousands of couples. Maybe he just likes to mess with people.

Ryan: No, no. No, no, no, that's just too random. I mean, it's got to be something specific. There's got to be a connection here. What do you and Kendall have in common?

Julia: Nothing, thank God.

Ryan: You're both strong, you're both intelligent, successful women.

Julia: Both single. What if that's it, Ryan? What if Dr. Madden is some 1950s throwback who thinks that single moms are a disgrace to society? I mean, that would explain his lying to me and his mission to take Kendall’s baby away from her. That slimy piece of dirt. How can he force his values on me or anyone else? I'm going to let him have it.

Ryan: No, no, no. No, you're not.

Kendall: You see Ryan's side?

Zach: No, I see a man wanting to raise his son, and that makes sense to me.

Kendall: Am I in oz? Where are all the lollipop-eating dwarfs?

Zach: If I had to do it over again -- if I had all the answers now, I'd be there. Be there for every birthday and every first step, every first word -- all that stuff, you know? Graduation, career decisions, all of it. I didn't have what it takes to be a good father. I still don't. And I don't have a lot of love for Ryan Lavery. But if he thinks he can do what I couldn't -- if he thinks he can be a good father to his son, then he should do it -- before it's too late.

Ryan: I know, I know. I know that Madden is twisted and he's a control freak and everything else, but to face him head-on, that's just not the way to do it.

Julia: If he has a chip on his shoulder about single moms --

Ryan: I don't think he does, though. I don't. Because when he agreed to help Greenlee get pregnant, everybody believed that I was dead, Greenlee was a widow. She wasn't about to get remarried, so she was going to be a single mom.

Julia: Well, there has to be a common denominator. If it's not the lone-parent theory, then what is it?

Ryan: I don't know, but I'm going to find out, I promise you.

Julia: And until then, Madden gets away with nearly destroying my life. That is not ok. I am still going to blast him for blatantly lying to me.

Ryan: Don't do it. Don't, please. Don't do it, because he's not going to agree to anything anyway, right? I mean -- and you don't alert the enemy and -- until you have everything you need, all the ammo. So just give me some time, please, to get some more ammo. All right? Because just suspecting him of unethical behavior -- that's not going to be enough. We need some proof. Even Erica -- Erica hired Tad to find something on the guy, and he couldn't find anything, so it's not going to be easy. But you have to promise me now -- promise me that you're not going to confront him until we have some solid evidence to nail him.

["New beginnings" theme plays]

[Applause]

Erica: Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. And welcome to a very special "New beginnings." Today I'd like to introduce you to my very special guest. A living legend, a master with a scalpel, and a self-proclaimed dream weaver. Ladies and gentlemen, allow me to introduce my very special guest, the world's leading fertility expert, Dr. Greg Madden.

[Applause]

Greg: Well, thank you, Erica. It's a great honor to be here with you. And everything you said about me -- 100% correct.

Erica: Well, let's get right down to business, shall we, Dr. Madden? When did you first decide that you were God?

Greg: I've always known I was superior to others. When I was a small child, I started doing experiments on small animals. By the time I was 9, I had created my first litter of test-tube kittens.

Erica: You must have harmed a great many animals on your road to becoming an expert in your craft. Tell me, did you ever feel any remorse?

Greg: Well, the craft that I was perfecting was the power to create life.

Erica: So, as long as you were getting what you wanted, the pain you caused your victims was irrelevant?

Greg: That is correct.

Erica: And what about your son, Josh? You gave him life without any regard to others.

Greg: I wanted a child. You were having a child you didn't want. Waste not, want not. I see no controversy there.

Erica: So you felt entitled to snatch the embryo from my body for the sake of science and for your own personal gratification without my knowledge or my consent?

Greg: Absolutely.

Erica: This was a criminal act, Dr. Madden.

[Greg coughs]

Greg: No. It would have been a waste of my God-given talents if I had --

[Coughing]

Erica: I notice you're clearing your throat. Have some more of my tea. You don't like my tea very much. I'm sorry, I made it -- I made it just for you.

[Coughing]

Erica: Well, you know, this has just been my very favorite show, ever. And I don't know about you, but I see a very, very bright future. And I want to thank you, Dr. Madden, for helping me show my audience exactly how justice is done. Yes.

[Coughing]

Erica: I would ask you for a final word, but it looks like time is up.

[Cheers and applause]

[ Sniff ] You know me.

Babe: That was -- that was fun.

J.R.: You were awesome. Amazing, you -- it was perfect. I got to have more.

Babe: Oh, and you think I don't want more? I would do anything and give anything to stay in this bed with you all day. And I have to say, the floor -- that was definitely in the top three.

J.R.: Well, you know, that could be arranged.

Babe: Yeah, but I have to go to work.

J.R.: All right, fine, have it your way. But you know you finally got unlimited access to Little A. You're just going to leave him alone all day while you sit in the office?

Babe: No. Little a is going with me. Winnie is going to play with him while I do my work. And at lunch, we're all going to the park.

J.R.: Fusion's not going to be any fun.

Babe: Hmm.

J.R.: Kendall's just going to make sure that you're ostracized, ignored, and condescended to. You sure you're ready for that?

Babe: Yeah. You did all those things to me and I stuck it out. And I got a pretty happy ending, if I do say so myself. Janet from Another Planet Barry Bonds my head into oblivion. Still standing. So, you shouldn't be asking if I am ready for Kendall, J.R. You should be asking if Kendall is ready for me.

Kendall: Since when do you defend Ryan?

Zach: I said I understand where he's coming from. I didn't say you should give him what he wants. It's your baby, your body.

Kendall: Ok, well, what happens if I go into labor and I still don't know what to do?

Zach: Well, then you'll know after. Maybe a day after, a week after. It'll happen.

Kendall: Well, what if I never decide?

Zach: Maybe you already have. You'll know. Just for now, tell Lavery and Madden to give you some room. Some breathing room. The readiness is all.

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: Hey. You had a life before you were pregnant. You miss it?

Kendall: Are you kidding me? I'm salivating at the thought.

Zach: Then why don't you start living it, right now?

Erica: Hi. May I come in?

Greg: Oh, Erica, what an unexpected surprise.

Erica: Well, I know I should have called first. But this -- this really won't take long. Well, first -- first, I'd just like to say how very glad I am that you stopped by the other day. And we have erased the past and we've started fresh.

Greg: Well, I feel absolutely the same way.

Erica: Yeah. Actually, I'm here also because I have a favor to ask you. Am I really about to say this, given our sordid history on the subject? Greg, would you consider being a guest on "New beginnings"?

Greg: Why, Erica, I'd be absolutely delighted.

Erica: Really? Oh, that's fantastic. I -- I just never expected you to say yes. I mean, not so quickly, anyway. But I'm so glad that you did. Oh, Greg, I just have the most unique show planned for you. You're just going to die.

Kendall: Do you think I can read your mind? If you stand there and stare long enough, I'll get the answer?

Zach: I gave you an answer.

Kendall: No, you said -- you told me to stop loving you. And I asked if you can stop loving me. I'm still waiting to find out.

Zach: I will love you until the day I die. I told you that.

Kendall: I don't know what to do with that, Zach. What does that mean? Tell me what that means. Does that mean, "nice knowing you, Kendall"? Or "please don't give up on us"? Well, tell me what you mean by that. Do you mean "please hang on to us," or -- or "go"? I don't know. I don't understand this.

Zach: What words do you need me to say to you to make yourself feel better? Tell me, and I will say them.

Kendall: I need to hear whatever it takes to put the pieces together and get us back to where we were before. Whatever it takes just to make me trust you again. I don't know the words, Zach. I don't know. I just know that I need you to fix what you broke, and I need you to do it now.

Kendall: Hello, hello. I know it's been a long time. I'm sure you all have missed me. But guess who's back.

Babe: Yes, guess who. You look surprised to see me.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, I am, but there you are. You're back. Well, you know what this means, don't you, Babe? One of us has to go.

Ryan: So I guess we have to dig up whatever dirt we can on Madden, but something solid. Not myths or urban legends or anything like that.

Julia: As a nurse, I am privy to a scoop that not even a top detective like Tad Martin has access to.

Ryan: Well, then start digging. And just know that whatever happens, I got your back. Come on.

Greg: Finally, a guest on "New beginnings." I'm very flattered.

Erica: And I just can't wait to sit you down in my guest chair.

Greg: Well, this is very exciting. So you have a unique show planned for me? I can't wait to hear about it.

Erica: Oh, my goodness, my tea. I completely forgot. Well, I guess that's money out the window. I mean, I've already had three cups this morning, and enough is enough. Would you like it?

Greg: Oh, that's all right. I can make tea here, thank you.

Erica: Oh, no, please, please, take it. It's something I haven't even touched. It's -- it's still warm. Please. I'd hate to see it go to waste.

Greg: Well, thank you. This is quite the treat.

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

Babe: Bianca and I have moved on. Why can't you, Kendall?

Kendall: Because I'm evil. Take the hint and be afraid.

Dixie: David, please don't do this.

David: Care to speak up, prove to them I'm not lying.

J.R.: Give me the phone.

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