AMC Transcript Tuesday 4/11/06

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 4/11/06


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Aidan: Huh? You really think you can play me for a sucker?

Erin: It was just a friendly little game of eight ball, Aidan.

Aidan: Where you scam me for my last million, huh?

Erin: Hey, if you're too scared to play --

Aidan: Hey --

Erin: You don't have to.

Aidan: I am not scared. But this time, we're going to play by modified British pub rules.

Erin: Oh, I think I've heard of this. Wait a minute -- is this where you shoot pool, throw darts, and drink beer all at the same time? While reciting the dirty parts of "The Canterbury Tales"?

Aidan: Even better.

Erin: Oh, yeah?

Aidan: Let me demonstrate.

Erin: Oh, really?

Jonathan: Aidan, Erin, it all got wrecked. Please, you have to help me fix it.

Adam: Cocktail, my love?

Krystal: Ugh -- death wish, my sweet?

Adam: Oh, come on. It's our honeymoon. Share this evening with me. What would you like? Singapore sling? Maybe a rusty nail?

Krystal: Adam, this washcloth I have on my head is not because your rugged good looks is blinding me. I'm not feeling so good.

Adam: Oh, well -- well, I have just the solution. One part tomato puree, one part raw egg yolk, one part clam juice.

Krystal: Oh -- oh.

[Krystal runs into the bathroom to vomit.]

Adam: Oh -- oh -- um -- you want me to hold your head for you?

Krystal: Stay away. You've done plenty.

Adam: What did I do? Oh. Oh. Oh. Oh, my. Oh, my.

Babe: Life is finally good. Hmm. Better than good. You and me, and Adam and Mama. And now Di and Tad are going to be married soon.

J.R.: I saw Janet.

Babe: Oh, my God -- what -- did she break out? Did they release her?

J.R.: No, no. Relax. She's locked down with the white coats. I went to see her.

Babe: Why?

J.R.: She called me. When we were with Amanda at the hospital.

Babe: Why -- why didn't you tell me this? You didn't want to freak me out. So what did Janet want?

J.R.: She said that she was sorry.

Babe: Hmm. Yeah, her meds must have kicked in.

J.R.: She also told me that you only married me to get our son and that you didn't really love me.

Josh: Come to badmouth me some more? Say one word, I'll sue you for slander so fast --

Amanda: Spaz down already. I'm here to see the real Dr. Madden.

Josh: What, are you going to whine to him about mean old Josh?

Amanda: Your dad asked to see me.

Josh: Oh, yeah, you're going to borrow one of your mom's delusions? She has plenty to go around.

Jamie: That's a good way to get respect. Let the staff hear you talk like that.

Amanda: Oh, it's ok, Jamie. I'm happy to spread the good news. Dr. Madden offered me a job. I accepted. Congratulate me.

Josh: The job is gone, and so are you.

Greg: I'm not supposed to have visitors.

Zach: Where is Dixie Martin's child?

Greg: Why don't you show yourself out? I need to rest.

Zach: You'll rest permanently if you don't tell me where she is.

Greg: You went from Kendall’s fiancé to Dixie’s paid assassin? You've come down in the world, sir.

Zach: No one has to pay me to kill you.

Greg: Is that why you're here? Is that why you're here? To kill an unarmed man in a hospital bed?

Zach: I save my pity for people who deserve it.

Greg: The late Dixie Martin. Wasn't she before your time in Pine Valley? Does Kendall know you're fascinated with a dead woman?

Zach: Where's the kid?

Greg: What child? Why do you care? Is this a personal mission?

Zach: I -- I got to ask you something. Women, they come to you, right? Couples. They want a kid, whatever it takes. So I guess that makes you their hero, the answer to their prayers.

Greg: That is true.

Zach: Mm-hmm. Whatever it takes. So what do you do? You take a child from a mother, you destroy a family that never had a chance to start.

Greg: This is personal.

Zach: The good doctor, he giveth life, and he taketh away.

Greg: It is a blessing and a curse. No doctor takes it lightly.

Zach: You know what's funny? We do have something in common. I can take life, too. Yours, right here, right now.

Greg: Why do we keep talking?

Zach: I don't want you to die too quickly. I need to find out where Dixie’s child is. I do have options. I will get the truth out of you one way or the other.

Greg: Is this the part where I'm supposed to start trembling?

Zach: I'll make you a deal. You tell me where the kid is, you save me the trouble, and I will save you the pain.

Josh: Leave my father alone. The man's heart stopped. Suck it up and move on.

Jamie: He's a jerk. Ignore him.

Amanda: Dr. Madden did hire me. I don't care what Josh says.

Jamie: That's weird that he gave you a job out of nowhere.

Amanda: It was weird and incredible. Dr. Madden wants to make up for what Josh did -- making it look like I drugged Erica. He really wants to make things better for me.

Jamie: That's pretty amazing, considering you hardly know the guy.

Amanda: You don't get candy for a heart patient, do you? Flowers are cool, kind of done, though.

Jamie: What, for Madden?

Amanda: Yeah.

Jamie: Amanda, it's just a job offer.

Amanda: It's more than that. It's someone willing to trust me, give me a shot. You should have heard his voice. He really cares.

Jamie: But why?

Jonathan: Today we -- we left the ladder down, and for some reason, Jack came around looking, and he found Lily and I together in the tree house.

Aidan: You and Lily alone together? That's not good.

Jonathan: And Lily got really upset, and she ran off. Now, we have to go find her. We have to make sure she's ok.

Erin: Slow down, please, Jonathan. Jack said he doesn't want you anywhere near Lily. Ryan has said it, too.

Jonathan: Jack's wrong. Just like Ryan. Lily and I are happy together, Erin. And being together doesn't -- doesn't hurt anybody. We even -- we threw a surprise baby shower for Kendall today.

Aidan: Well, just you, Lily, and Kendall?

Jonathan: Yeah. So that Kendall could see that I'm not scary. Because if Kendall’s not scared of me, then Ryan can be his baby's dad, and that would help everybody. But now Lily ran off, and we have to find her before Jack does, because I -- I don't want him upsetting her.

Erin: Ok, Jonathan, Jack is Lily's father, and he loves her.

Jonathan: I love her, too, Erin. And I'm not going to stop, because -- because Jack tells me to. Now, will you help me? Please?

Lily: I'm on the lam.

[Krystal coughs]

Adam: I'll have Lucretia bring you some -- some crackers and some soup -- and vitamins. Vitamin C. And -- here we go, here we go. Vitamin C and folic acid. We're going to change the entire menus. We're going to keep both of you healthy.

Krystal: There's only one of me here, you lush. Maybe you ought to lie down.

Adam: No, I feel -- I feel marvelous, actually.

Krystal: Because I feel like horse poop?

Adam: No, of course, not. Well, yes, actually. I feel reborn.

Krystal: You are one sick man, do you know that?

Adam: Did you think I was going to be unhappy about all this? Is that why you didn't tell me?

Krystal: What, that I feel like -- oh -- oh. Whew. Adam --

Adam: Mm-hmm?

Krystal: I love you.

Adam: Hmm.

Krystal: But, honey, you are getting dopier by the second, and I am in no mood. What is your problem?

Adam: My problem is that you won't say the words. That you just leave me -- just string me along. Make me guess. Well, let me guess. When are you due?

Krystal: Oh, due to what, hurl again?

Adam: To have our baby. You're pregnant, aren't you?

Babe: It's been bothering you, hasn't it? What Janet said. How this good place that we're in, it's all a lie. That I'm only with you for the baby.

J.R.: It's hard to take Janet seriously, especially when she has a closet full of straitjackets.

Babe: You were thinking about it this morning, weren't you? I saw it on your face. It was in your head. "Is it true? Is Babe out to break my heart again?"

J.R.: My mind was on the bacon and the juice.

Babe J.R., please tell me the truth.

J.R.: All right, you know, it's stupid. Yeah, I want to trust, but -- yes, I wondered. I wondered about it a little bit.

Babe: If I wanted to hurt you?

J.R.: No, if you'd say something like that to Janet about me and Little Adam.

Babe: I did, J.R. I told her that I was only with you for the baby.

PA Announcer: Dr. Forest, dial 102, please. Dr. Forest, please dial 102.

Josh: For me? You shouldn't have.

Amanda: It's for your father, for being kind and decent and so totally not you.

Josh: I told you not to go near him.

Amanda: You afraid I'll talk about you behind your back? Too late, Josh. Daddy already knows what a skeeve you are.

Josh: I saved the man's life. I'm not about to let you blow it.

Amanda: And a get-well present would send him right over the edge?

Josh: Yeah, if it's got a Dillon family-made bomb inside. Amanda, you're a security risk. Insanity is inherited. All those blackouts you had -- maybe you and your mommy can get a two-for-one deal.

Julia: Hey, why don't you power trip on somebody your own size?

Josh: No one's talking to you, Keefer.

Julia: Bite me, Madden. Hey, Amanda.

Amanda: Hey. Oh, he's such a total black hole. I just wanted to give his dad a gift.

Julia: Yeah, you're right. He is a major hole. But you should stay away from Greg Madden anyway.

Amanda: Why?

Julia: No visitors. Dr. Madden needs his rest.

[Kendall spies on Zach from the doorway of Greg's hospital room.]

Greg: To all the world, to all the world, Dixie Martin's dead. If you know otherwise, then you must be chosen. You're special. I can imagine what she's told you. Why she remained hidden. Why her family thought she was dead. Perhaps that's the connection you two have. Kendall has no more need for you. Suddenly, along comes this lovely lady. A damsel in distress with emotional issues. Kendall doesn't need you, Kendall doesn't want you. But here's Dixie. Perhaps you're the only one that can help her.

Zach: Hmm. That's a very nice speech. Now keep talking. Where is the child?

Greg: I have no idea. You've been misinformed. I connect families.

Zach: You get a thrill out of that, don't you? Ripping children out of their mother's arms. Who gave you the right to play God with these women? Who gave you the right? Your scientific freak show just got canceled. I will do my research, and I will peel away layer after layer. And I don't care how long it takes and how loud you scream. I will find your secrets, every one of them.

Greg: You still haven't told me why you care.

Zach: What do you have planned for Kendall?

J.R.: A setup. This, us, just to get Little Adam.

Babe: J.R., it would make you sick if you heard everything that I told Janet. I talked, and I talked. I blabbed most of the time. I was scrambling for the right words -- the magic words to keep me alive, so I could keep our son out of that lunatic's hands.

J.R.: And out of mine?

Babe: J.R., Janet thought that Amanda had betrayed her. And she was ready to take it out on the world, on our son. And I didn't just ditch you. I ditched Mama, too. I told Janet that she was my new mama, that I wanted to be her daughter, and that I would raise Little Adam with her. She loved the idea -- living on the land, stars on the ceiling, paint by numbers, and Little Adam barefoot all summer. This whole new happy family alone in the woods.

J.R.: To hell with me.

Babe: Yeah. That's exactly right, J.R. To hell with you. I told her that I didn't love you anymore, you'd hurt me too many times, and all I wanted was you out of my life. I also pretended like it didn't matter that she had her dead husband in a freezer. I apologized for calling her crazy. J.R., she had already pushed me down the stairs and poisoned the soup and dumped our family in quicksand. I saw her eyes. I said and did anything that I could to keep her from killing me.

J.R.: But at the ball, when I wouldn't sign your prenup, you said the hell with me, and you were going to do whatever to get Little Adam.

Babe: But here we are. Now. You and me in love. A new life and a real family.

J.R.: They can't both be true.

Babe: You're right. They can't. So which way is it going to be?

J.R.: I don't know. Why don't you tell me.

Babe: I've told you everything that there is. This is on you now. Are you going to believe what I told Janet? Are you going to believe in this, right now? Will you believe in us?

Adam: I am going to turn the entire company over to J.R., and I am going to be your humble servant for the next nine months. Or eight months. Seven?

Krystal: Do I look that far along, Adam?

Adam: Oh, no. No, of course, not. You are your own gorgeously svelte self. The mother of my child. The keeper of my heart.

Krystal: You know, I guess we never talked about you and me and baby makes three. Are you ready for a big bouncing surprise?

[Adam laughs]

Krystal: Now, of all times?

Adam: What better time? Another child in the house here -- sort of -- sort of companion/little uncle for Little Adam?

Krystal: We are grandparents, honey. And now you want to start all over?

Adam: I can still change a pretty quick diaper.

Krystal: Oh, yeah?

Adam: Yeah.

Krystal: What about those 3:00 a.m. feedings?

Adam: Well, we have people for that.

Krystal: Well, it could put a crimp in the love life.

Adam: Oh, not yet. Or not forever. Come on, it's worth it. The combination of you and me -- the drive, the brains, the fire. He's going to need a small country to rule.

Krystal: Oh, he, huh?

Adam: Well, ok. She. You know I have tremendous respect for powerful women. So, what do you say, buddy? Hmm? What? Ok, give the old man a hint. Well, one -- one tap -- one kick for boy, two kicks for girl.

Krystal: Oh, God -- I am not pregnant, you old goat!

Lily: My father said he wouldn't make my life miserable anymore. But he did it again anyway. And if I go home, he's going to tell me that I can't see Jonathan, and that's unacceptable. And he'll treat me like a little girl, which is also unacceptable. Therefore, I can't go home.

Aidan: Well, you didn't leave town or hide in a warehouse somewhere, so I'm glad about that.

Lily: I know it was rude of me not to ask permission, but you're my friend, and I need a place to crash.

Erin: Well, hey, you know, better here than someplace dangerous.

Jonathan: I was so worried. I screwed up, Lily, but -- Jack's never going to like me if I argue with him. But I -- I couldn't take it when he wouldn't admit that we're good together.

Lily: No, which we are. We have empirical proof.

Jonathan: But I'm not -- I'm not a good boyfriend if you get in trouble because of me. Now Jack wants to rip down the tree house.

Lily: Which is wrong. It's not his, it's ours. You built it, and it's beautiful. Jonathan built me a tree house. It's our special place. Special places are romantic, don't you agree?

Erin: They are romantic, but that does not mean that they're a good idea.

Jonathan: Romance is love. And love is always a good idea.

Erin: Yeah, but there are certain situations --

Lily: Oh, when isn't love a good idea?

Erin: I just -- you know, it -- when it makes other people feel uncomfortable or it makes other people worried.

Lily: Who are you calling?

Aidan: I'm sorry, Lily. I'm calling your dad.

Josh: Keefer, where's Dr. Madden's chart?

Julia: Well, if it's not there, I --

Josh: It's not. I'm waiting for tests.

Julia: I'm sorry, I have no idea.

Josh: Well, that's convenient.

Julia: Are you saying I'm lying?

Josh: We've already been through this, Keefer. I know you hate my guts. You think I'm a hack. Whatever. I don't give a damn. But as soon as you start messing with my work here --

Julia: Oh, because it's all about you?

Josh: If you didn't ditch the chart, you lost it.

Julia: Well, yeah, you're right. You know what? I'm completely useless. Please excuse me while I go and slink off in shame and weep.

Jamie: Careful. You could kill a patient with that look.

Josh: Or write up a nurse. It seems Ms. Keefer has lost my father's chart.

Jamie: Because you say so?

Josh: Because it's gone.

Jamie: And Julia here is the only person who could have touched it?

Josh: This is between me and her. Back away.

Jamie: Sure thing. Have at it. Oh, and there's just one more thing. Your dad's chart. Dr. Hayward wanted to check the progress of his patient. And now that that's cleared up, what the hell is your problem?

Greg: My plans for your ex-wife are extensive. I'm going to offer her the love and support that nobody else has. I'm going to hold her hand and guide her through her pregnancy, and make it as stress-free as possible. What about you, Mr. Slater? What do you have planned for Kendall?

Zach: I'll look after her.

Greg: By scaring away anyone who cares for her? That's a nice way to show your concern. Or should I say more of an obsession? Is that why she no longer wants you? Because you're obsessed with every aspect of her life, right down to this? The intimate personal details of her pregnancy?

Zach: Look at me, Greg. Do I seem nervous to you? Are my eyes darting around, my hands shaky? You don't get to me. But I can get to you. Anytime, any place. And if you hurt Kendall, none of this stuff here is going to save you.

Greg: You're very brave, threatening a -- a man in a hospital bed. Should I call security?

Zach: I think you should do whatever you can while you're still able.

[As soon as Zach leaves Greg's room, Kendall confronts him.]

Kendall: Are you demented? Deranged perhaps?

Zach: That's a difficult question to answer.

Kendall: Ok, the man in there nearly died.

Zach: He's recovering.

Kendall: Ok, so you march in here, and you play the fire-breathing protector? Is that it? You get in his face for me, for my sake? You invaded this pregnancy since it started. You haven't stopped since.

Zach: You don't know everything.

Kendall: Well, I do know you don't control me or this baby. Is that it? Do you want to vote now?

Zach: There's a hundred doctors to choose from.

Kendall: Yes, I want this one. He's been with me from the start. I want him through to the end. Is that it? You angry because Dr. Madden gave me this baby, and you didn't?

Zach: Dr. Madden is dangerous, and I have proof.

Kendall: Fine. Well, then show me the proof, Zach. What is Dr. Madden hiding?

Josh: Me explain myself to Mr. Premed? The only reason you're in here without a broken leg is because granddad's chief of staff. Now, why don't you toddle on home to your milk and cookies until you can run with the big dogs.

Julia: Hey, apology accepted there, big dog. Do you believe that guy?

Jamie: Well, I don't have to deal with him much. But you --

Julia: Yeah. Thank God for caffeine, chocolate, and my patients. They get me through the rough spots.

Jamie: How did you do it?

Julia: Do what?

J.R.: No other explanations? Just do I trust you?

Babe: That's all there is to it. Do you believe me or do you believe crazy Janet and her padded-cell blabbing? You know what? Let's just do this now, and let's get this out here, so we know where we stand. I believe that you love me. I believe what we have is real and that it can last forever. But if a few words can tank us, maybe we're both wrong.

J.R.: How about you tell me a little bit more about living off the land, the Janet deal that she pitched you?

Babe: Hmm.

J.R.: Are you naked in the woods with a loin cloth, huh? Go slow. I want to hear all the details.

Babe: You know what? You give me a long weekend and some camping gear, and I will show you how it's done, over and over and over. You really believe me. You know that I love you.

J.R.: I've screwed up enough. If I blow this because of Janet, I'm a lost cause.

Babe: I know you're not.

J.R.: Are you sure about that?

Babe: I have to be. Because if you give up on us, I'd be lost, too.

Adam: So you're not pregnant? You're sure?

Krystal: I know the difference between knocked up and the flu.

Adam: Hmm.

Krystal: Now, you don't believe me, lay one on me, see how you feel in a couple of days.

Adam: Oh, no, no. I believe you.

Krystal: You know, maybe this is one of those talks that we should've had before the "I dos," first and second round. We've both done the kid thing, over and out.

Adam: Yeah, well, that's -- there's yours and there's mine. There's no ours. It does have a certain allure, doesn't it? Another child in the house --

Krystal: Oh --

Adam: Boy or girl.

Krystal: Yeah. A little baby brother or a little sister for both Babe and J.R.? It doesn't get any weirder than that.

Adam: Well, there's nothing strange about a loving couple creating a child.

Krystal: I know how much you miss Colby.

Adam: No, I'm not -- I'm not trying to replace Colby. That can't be done. But a child of ours. Think of the future.

Krystal: Oh. Hmm. Makes me dizzy. A you-and-me production? The world is not ready for that, Adam, and never will be.

Adam: The world doesn't have a vote here, just you and I.

Krystal: And our vote is no way!

Adam: No, let's just -- let's just do it. Let's have a baby.

Aidan: I'm bringing Lily home right now. You're welcome. Bye.

Lily: You can't take me back to my father. I won't go.

Aidan: Lily, you have no choice. You're not 18 yet. Jack wants you home, and he has every right.

Lily: I'll go. I'll go somewhere, somewhere new, somewhere no one will find me.

Jonathan: Lily --

Aidan: Lily, Lily, I have to take you back. I gave my word to Jackson, so --

Lily: You said you were my friend, Aidan.

Jonathan: You're not in charge, Aidan. Get out of her way!

Erin: Jonathan, stop it. Lily's got a family, and she needs to go be with them.

Aidan: Lily, your dad loves you very much.

Lily: And hates Jonathan. And you're just like him. You said you liked Jonathan, but you hate him, and me. If you don't want me to be with Jonathan, then you don't want me to be happy. If you don't want me to be happy, then -- then you don't like me. We're not friends.

Aidan: No, that's not true, Lily, ok? I care for you very much.

Lily: No, you didn't like Sam, and now you don't like Jonathan, and you didn't want to be my boyfriend. You don't want me to have a boyfriend at all.

Aidan: Look, I do like Jonathan.

Lily: I've read book and stories and plays about love, and they say you have to follow your heart and not just the rules. Erin, please make Aidan understand about love.

Erin: I can't. I'm sorry. I wish I could, but I don't really understand it myself, not that kind of love anyway, but, Lily, I do understand family.

Lily: Well, Jonathan's your family. He's your brother. Don't you want him to have love?

Erin: Yes. Of course, I want him to have love. I want that for all of us. And -- and what you have done for Jonathan, you -- you've given him friendship, Lily, and you have given him trust, and for that I will always be grateful to you.

Jonathan: Then you think that we should be together.

Lily: Yeah.

Jonathan: So -- so, Erin, tell Aidan, tell Jack.

Erin: Ok, Jonathan, Lily is in high school right now, and right now it is her dad's job to make decisions about where she goes and who she sees. Jack -- Jack knows what's best for Lily.

Jonathan: Hmm, Jack knows best. Did -- did our dad know best?

Erin: Oh.

Jonathan: Erin, when he was beating me, when he was -- when he was hitting Ryan and Braden, when he was screaming at Mom, did our dad have all the answers, Erin?

Erin: Our dad was a horrible, horrible man, and Jack isn't, and you know that.

Jonathan: He doesn't care about what she wants. She wants me, Erin. A smart, beautiful, kind person wants to be with me. And who would've thought that -- that was possible? Did you? Because I didn't.

Erin: You deserve that so much, you do. But no matter how strong your feelings, you cannot change the way things are. I'm sorry. Jack and Ryan are right. You're going to have to let Lily go.

Jamie: Mrs. Gambaldi in 372. She was practically catatonic when she wasn't crying every minute.

Julia: Well, I think a cancer diagnosis deserves a good cry.

Jamie: Well, now she's doing a Sudoku puzzle and laughing to herself every couple of minutes. She said it was because of you.

Julia: Well, I just listened to her at first, and then I asked her what she likes to do, or what she liked to do before she heard the C word. She takes kickboxing lessons.

Jamie: Little Mrs. Gambaldi?

[Julia chuckles]

Jamie: Well, who knew?

Julia: I know. So I told her that cancer is the world championship and that everyone who loves her is betting on her to win, so she's got to go in there and kick some cancer ass.

Jamie: Well, it's only been round one so far. My money's on Mrs. G. and you.

Julia: Thanks.

Zach: The man has damaged lives, no regrets, no remorse.

Kendall: No, and I'm so sick of this BS.

Zach: And every second you trust him, you put yourself at risk.

Kendall: Risk? For what? Give me details.

Zach: Forget about details. Why can't you trust me when I tell you that he's dangerous?

Kendall: Because I can't trust you with anything, and the next time I do, I hope someone smacks some sense back into me.

Zach: He will hurt you.

Kendall: Well, you're not bidding for my mother, so -- so who? Oh, right, of course -- Julia. Ha. Julia, yes, of course. You, too, now. It wasn't bad enough that you had to help her with the whole stupid dragon thing, almost getting yourself killed. Now you're voting for her for mother of the year? Well, you know what? Tell her she will never, ever adopt my child. It's too late.

Zach: Too late?

Kendall: No one tells me what to do. Take the hint.

Zach: You've already given up your child, haven't you?

Babe: It's almost like -- like Janet read your mind, told you your worst nightmare. And when you're hurt or frightened, you lash out hard, mean, and fast. But not this time. Something's different. Something's changed.

J.R.: No one can touch us. No one ever will.

Krystal: Whew. Oh, bad idea -- do not look.

Adam: Admit you're intrigued. You, me -- a legacy.

Krystal: What is wrong with you? You couldn't talk your other kids into world domination, so you want me to crank out another one -- is that it?

Adam: Imagine his brains. Imagine her charisma.

Krystal: Oh, imagine you nine months pregnant and me telling you not to push, huh? How does that work for you, because I had my turn.

Adam: I love you.

Krystal: Hmm. No.

Adam: Yes. Yes. You -- you created Babe with David Hayward? Now, just imagine --

Krystal: Oh.

Adam: What you and I could make.

Krystal: No, no.

Adam: Well, just imagine how much fun we'll have trying.

Krystal: Oh. Would you just please -- oh, here I go again. Here. Ugh.

Adam: Oh, sorry.

Krystal: Thank you so much.

Adam: Oh -- yeah -- what? Here, I'm coming. Here.

Aidan: Lily, if I don't get you home soon, Jack's going to come here for you.

Erin: And that is not going to be good for anyone. So, say good-bye, you two, ok?

Jonathan: Lily, I -- I wish I --

Aidan: Lily? Jonathan loves you very much. If you care about him --

Lily: I do.

Aidan: Well, then, don't give Jack another reason to be angry with him. Ok?

Kendall: This is not your child. You are no longer a part of my life or my baby's life. If you want to be a part of Ryan's, that's great. That's wonderful -- he can have you.

Zach: You gave him parental rights. Any decision you make now --

Kendall: Is my decision. To hell with everyone else. Does that ring a bell? And the "to hell with everyone" includes you.

Steve: Tox screen you ordered and your father's blood work.

Josh: Oh, thanks, Steve.

Steve: Yeah.

Josh: Son of a -- Erica really did it.

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

Adam (to J.R.): Does Babe have you so besotted you'd cut all of our throats for her?

Jonathan (to Aidan): I just want Lily. If she's taken away from me, I'm afraid of what I might do.

Babe (to Kendall): Things are changing around here, so I'd suggest you change along with them.

Kendall (to Babe): Or what?

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