All My Children Transcript Tuesday 4/18/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Jonathan: You're here!
Amanda: Hello? Who's there? Where are you?
[In the dark woods, Amanda screams when Jonathan surprises her by jumping down from the tree house.]
Amanda: Oh --
Reggie: Hey, Lily. Are you hungry? I mean, do you want dinner? I mean, I can make you a sandwich.
Zach: Hi, Reggie. Erica home?
Reggie: No, she's not.
Reggie: Oh, my God. Lily, you're talking. I'm going to go tell Dad!
Lily: Zach. I want Zach.
Dixie: Tad, say something. I'm sorry. What are you thinking?
David: Did you hear what I just said, J.R.? Your mother is alive.
J.R.: Keep going, Di. You're going to have to do a lot better than that to impress this family.
Jamie: I say she's already in.
J.R.: She's close.
David: I am not playing games. Dixie is alive.
[Babe walks in as David's pounding on the table knocks down Di’s house of cards.]
Dixie: Tad, please. Don't shut me out.
Tad: Damn you. You go to hell.
David: Ah, too bad, huh? All that devotion and look what's left -- nothing but a scattered bunch of cards.
J.R.: You shut up and go, Hayward.
Jamie: We've heard enough out of you.
Babe: What the hell is wrong with you?
David: I'm just telling the truth, Babe. Perhaps this family is so used to lying to one another, they don't even know what that feels like anymore. Even Janet Dillon, nuttier than a fruitcake, knew the truth when she saw it.
J.R.: I mean it! Get out!
Babe: Do not use what the wacko Janet Dillon said to torment this family, David.
David: Relax. I'm not saying we all have to go to crazytown. I got the goods firsthand, in person.
Babe: Would you please seriously stop this?
David: It's too late, Babe. It's all out there -- no fakes this time. Dixie is alive and well and living right here in Pine Valley. She has been for a while, watching us, all of us.
J.R.: Do you want to get hurt?
Jamie: You are one sick piece of --
David: She was even at your wedding, Babe.
Jamie: That's it! Show's over, time to go!
David: Why don't you ask Di? She's seen Dixie. She knows all about it.
J.R.: You shut up!
David: Go ahead, Di. Why don't you tell the truth for once in your life? Tell everyone your sister is alive.
Dixie: Well, you're right -- "damned to hell" just about sums it up.
Tad: Sums what up?
Dixie: Hey. Hey.
Tad: Never mind.
Dixie: Wait a minute. Wait, Tad, wait. Just wait a second. You don't understand.
Tad: I don't understand? What more is there to understand? I get it loud and clear. Four years ago, you stopped giving a damn about any of us.
Dixie: That's not true. Look, just let me try to explain.
Tad: I don't want to hear any explanations. I don't want to hear any excuses -- there is no excuse for this. You were in a car wreck, you lost our child. You didn't know which way your life was headed. It doesn't matter what your reasons are -- we mourned for you. For four years, we searched, and we hoped, and we prayed. There is no reason in heaven or on earth. There is nothing that you could possibly say or do that could make this right. After four years. Don't even try.
Lily: I want to talk to Zach.
Zach: Sounds like Lily wants to speak with me.
Reggie: I don't know. Ok -- ok. You know, what the hell. It can't hurt.
Zach: Hey. Do you want to talk to me?
Reggie: Well, you know, I'll be making dinner. Ok?
Zach: What can I do for you?
Lily: Make me disappear.
Jonathan: I'm sorry. No, I'm -- I'm sorry. I didn't -- I didn't mean to scare you.
Amanda: Too late.
Jonathan: Well, I thought you were someone else. I thought -- thought you were my girlfriend.
Amanda: Oh, you scare the heck out of her, too?
Jonathan: No. This is our spot -- wait. Did her dad send you here? He doesn't want us to be together.
Amanda: Well, I was just taking a walk. I didn't know the sky was falling.
Jonathan: Look, I -- I came from the tree house. It's -- it's going to get torn down soon, though.
Amanda: Did you build that?
Jonathan: Yeah. Well, it's -- it's our special place. I built it for her. So when I heard you coming, I thought that she'd come back -- never mind. Um -- never mind. I'm -- I'm sorry, again. I'm -- I'm going to leave you alone now.
Amanda: No, wait. Hold up a minute. There's something I need to tell you.
Jonathan: Hmm -- what could you possibly have to say to me?
Amanda: I want to apologize. My mother did some really horrible things.
Jonathan: She tried to make me think I was crazy.
Amanda: She was the crazy one, and I helped her cover everything that she did, like in the jail when I swore to everyone that you were imagining her, she -- we both made you look really bad, and I'm sorry.
Jonathan: Well, there's nothing we can do about it now.
Amanda: Because of me, people held you responsible, and it was stupid. And I don't blame you if you hate me.
Jonathan: No. No, I don't -- I don't hate you. I -- I know what it feels like to be hated, and I would never -- it's horrible.
Amanda: Look, if there's anyone I can talk to and change their mind about you --
Jonathan: It doesn't matter. I mean, it -- it won't change anything.
Amanda: Are you sure? Ok. Well, look, if there's anything I can do, just let me know.
Jonathan: Thank you. Wait. Wait. There is something that you can help me do.
Babe: Why do you have to go around ruining everything? What do you possibly have to gain by it?
David: No, you're absolutely right. At this point, I have nothing to gain, so don't shoot the messenger.
J.R.: Why not?
Jamie: I'll hand him the gun myself.
David: How are you feeling right about now, J.R.?
David: Throat a little tight?
David: Huh? You feel a little pit in the bottom of your stomach?
Babe: He really needs to stop it.
David: As much as you hate me, you're hoping it's true.
Jamie: You know, if you want to keep running your mouth, you better make sure you're laced up.
David: But with all that hope comes the big question -- why? Ouch. Now, that one's tough to answer. Di, you care to help him with that one?
J.R.: You know, it's one thing for you to come in here and make an annoying ass out of yourself. But don't be dragging Di into this.
Di: No, don't worry about me, J.R.
J.R.: You're family. You don't mess with our family.
David: Can't stop building that house of cards, can you?
Jamie: And you just can't stop talking, can you?
David: I can't wait to see what you think about family loyalty when you see your mommy.
Babe: Why are you doing this? Is it because we got married? Is it because of Di?
David: You don't think --
Babe: This is beyond cruel.
David: You don't think I'm telling the truth, ask Tad. Yeah, that's right, Di -- Tad knows. In fact, he's with Dixie right now.
Dixie: Do you think this is how I wanted it? This is not how it was supposed to end up.
Tad: No, I'm sure it wasn't, because I wasn't supposed to find you, was I? No, I mean, it's perfectly obvious you never wanted to see me because, you know, you've been around since the Mardi Gras fiasco. What is that -- two months?
Dixie: Look, I'm sorry.
Tad: No, no, no, no, it's ok. I'm sure you never intended to tell any of us. You just -- you were just going to go back to being dead. I could see that on your face the moment I walked through this door -- David Hayward’s door. Of all the people for you to choose to tell, you chose David Hayward?
Dixie: I didn't tell Hayward. Ok? I didn't tell him. He found me.
Tad: I guess it doesn't matter much either way. So you go back to your nice dinner. He can have you. I'm done.
Dixie: Look, you -- you have this all wrong, Tad.
Tad: You honestly think that you can make this right?
Dixie: David had nothing to do with this.
Tad: You sure? Because it makes perfect sense. I mean, after all, he's the one that whisked you away to Switzerland in the first place, isn't he? He's the one that you chose to confide in about your pregnancy, before your untimely demise. As far as I can see, you -- you belong together.
Dixie: Tad, I don't want David, ok? He caught me -- at J.R.’s wedding.
Tad: You were there? You chose to hide in the shadows while we honored your memory at your son's wedding? You chose to do nothing?
Dixie: Tad, I couldn't. The only reason that I was with David Hayward tonight was because he was threatening to tell everybody that I was alive. If you think that I'm having some sort of affair with him or chasing after him, you couldn't be more wrong. He is the last person on this earth that I want to be with.
Tad: What about your son? Don't you want to be with him?
J.R.: Keep pushing me, Hayward. Go ahead, see what happens.
David: One glimpse of Dixie, and you are going to bust into a million pieces.
Babe: No, you need to stop, or I will never forgive you. Let me talk to him. You and me out in the hall, now.
J.R.: I'm sorry, Di. Hayward can't keep doing this to us.
Di: J.R., please. Just don't.
Jamie: Why do we let him?
J.R.: Somebody needs to do something about that bastard.
Jamie: And I got an idea who.
Babe: We are done, over. I want you gone. You take some screwed-up pleasure in torturing the people I care about.
David: This time I'm not lying, Babe.
Babe: Oh, would you shut it out of our lives? I am so serious right now. We are through. You find some other daughter's life to ruin.
David: This is not about you. It's about Dixie.
Babe: What are you talking about? Dixie is gone. And why do you keep saying this? If you look around, J.R. is gone.
David: Because it's true, Babe. I swear it's true.
Jonathan: Will you go out with me?
Amanda: Go out with you? As in dinner and a movie out, or "I'm going to get you back for everything you did to me" out? Uh -- I'm sorry. I'm just not getting this.
Jonathan: Well, you -- you could start by taking the flowers.
Amanda: But why? You already have a girlfriend.
Jonathan: No -- well, not exactly anymore. I mean, we -- we still like each other a lot, but she's not allowed to see me.
Amanda: How come? I'm sorry, I'm just not getting how I can be a winner in this.
Jonathan: Well, Aidan said that -- that I should date other people, so I was thinking that you and I could go on a date.
Amanda: That's not really an explanation. Ok. Sure. You did give me flowers. We can go out. Whenever you want, you give me a call.
Jonathan: Wait. How about now?
Amanda: Why not? No one's beating down my door. Where do you want to go -- the movies, BJ’s?
Jonathan: No. Here. That's where I go on dates.
Lily: You can make people disappear. I know you can.
Zach: Sure, but why do you want to disappear?
Lily: You made Ryan disappear. You made him go away, start somewhere new. Remember, you told me he was a ghost before he came back for real?
Zach: Well, he had a reason to want to go.
Lily: I don't want to be here anymore.
Zach: What happened?
Lily: Well, my dad said that you made yourself go away, too. Is that right?
Zach: Yeah, that's right. It was a very difficult decision. You sure about that? What are you running from?
Lily: I don't like my life anymore, the way they want me to live it. I don't want to be here anymore. I want to go away, start somewhere new. Can you help me do that?
Zach: Yes, I can.
Amanda: It's pretty high up, huh? What would you say -- 15, 20 feet?
Jonathan: No. It's 228 1/4 inches. My girlfriend's really good at measuring.
Amanda: Oh. Once you pull that ladder up, people wouldn't even know we're here.
Jonathan: That's the best part. When you're up here, it's a secret.
Amanda: Secret? Great.
Jonathan: Do you want to play chess?
Amanda: Uh -- you know, I'm not really a chess kind of girl.
Jonathan: Oh, come on, please? Please, please, please? My girlfriend is really good at chess, and I'm trying to get better. Here. I'll even let you go first.
Amanda: Uh -- oh. Um -- you know, I -- I don't really know how to play.
Jonathan: Well, just so you know the rules from the top, we're supposed to agree to disagree, ok?
Amanda: What? Excuse me? I --
Jonathan: Oh, that's not a good move at all. Uh -- we'll agree to disagree, like you thought that your move was good, and I thought it wasn't.
Amanda: That's fine by me. My move sucked.
Jonathan: Don't -- don't do that. I mean, that doesn't work. We -- we can still be boyfriend and girlfriend and disagree without arguing.
Amanda: Oh, back the truck up -- "boyfriend/girlfriend." No, no, no -- oh. No, this is just a casual --
Jonathan: No, and another thing? You're supposed to finish my sentences for me before I say them. That way, we know that we're best friends.
Jonathan: Yeah -- see? I told you that wasn't a good move.
Amanda: My bad.
Jonathan: What's your favorite color?
Amanda: Oh, I don't know -- red?
Jonathan: Oh, that won't work at all.
Amanda: I'm really sorry. I'm really trying here, but I don't understand anything that you're saying.
Jonathan: You don't know me at all. This isn't going to work. You're not her.
Lily: So how does it work? How do I get away?
Zach: Sit down for a second, can you? First, you have to decide who you want to hurt the most.
Lily: Well, I don't want to hurt anyone. I just want to get away. I want to go -- I mean, start somewhere new just like Ryan did.
Zach: Yeah. All right, well, make a list of all the people you care about.
Lily: Like family?
Zach: Yeah, like family -- Reggie and your dad.
Lily: Well, he says he cares, but his actions don't support that.
Zach: Ah, you'd be surprised. And who else? Erica and Kendall --
Lily: And Danielle -- she's my friend. And Greenlee, but she's not here.
Zach: Don't forget me.
Zach: Yeah. I care about you very much. Now, you take that list and circle all the people who you think would be upset if you left. When Ryan left, he hurt a lot of people, and not just Greenlee -- other people, you know, people that cared about him, people that didn't want him gone.
Lily: What about you? Did you hurt a lot of people when you left?
Zach: Not that many, but, yeah, a few.
Lily: So I have to hurt these people?
Zach: I can make you go away, but the hurt's going to stay here.
Lily: There's a lot of circles on this list.
Zach: Are you sure you want to do that?
Babe: I don't get you at all. If you really believe that Dixie’s alive, if you really believe what you're telling me, then you're in some crazy, imaginary world, and you need help. You need professional help.
David: You have every reason to believe that I'm telling you a lie, but this time it's true.
J.R.: Why don't you come on in, Hayward? Jamie and I would like to hear everything.
Dixie: You're going to tell J.R., aren't you?
Tad: Thank you. No, really, thank you for putting me in a situation all over again where I get to tear our son's heart to shreds as if he hasn't been through enough already. You know, what you've done to J.R. is far worse than anything you've done to me, and you don't even give a damn.
Dixie: Don't tell me I don't care about my child.
Tad: And why shouldn't I? If you really care, you never would've let him live through that. Hell, you care so much, you've ruined him. How is he supposed to handle something like this any better than he handled your death in the first place? You took our son, the little boy we raised, and you put him in Adam Chandler's hands. He's never been the same since.
Dixie: Well, I'm not the only one who's hurt him in the last year.
Tad: Well, maybe not. But I'm the one that chose to own up to my mistakes, while you chose to run away again. I can take you wanting to walk away from me, but don't you ever expect me to understand how you could walk away from your own son.
Dixie: I don't, ok? I don't expect you to understand.
Tad: I swear -- I swear to God you make me regret the day that I ever took J.R. away from Adam Chandler and put him back in your arms.
J.R.: Ok, spill it, Hayward. I want to know everything about my mother. We'll give you the benefit of the doubt.
Babe: J.R., David is crazy. He -- he really thinks that Dixie’s alive.
Jamie: So he says.
J.R.: Tell us what you got, Hayward.
David: Trust me -- if there's anyone here who knows what you guys are feeling right now, it's me. You guys feel hosed. Believe me, I know.
Jamie: You don't know crap.
David: Dixie hosed me, too. I caught her at your wedding, J.R. She led me on, led me to believe that I still had a shot with her.
J.R.: Sounds like one of your sick fantasies.
David: If this is one of my fantasies, what the hell am I doing here right now? This was not the Dixie that I know, the one who loved me or the one who --
Jamie: Spare us the details.
David: I was having dinner with Dixie at my place when Tad barged in, and, bam -- next thing I know, she's running off with him. She was such a cold, heartless -- hey, hey. Wait!
Babe: No, wait.
Jamie: Come here.
Babe: What are you guys doing?
[J.R. and Jamie grab David and heave him over the balcony wall.]
Dixie: I love my son. I am not worse than Adam. Don't you think I know what will happen when you tell him?
Tad: Then why come back? When you could have spared all of us this grief?
Dixie: What will you happen when you tell him -- it is one of the main reasons I stayed away, why I didn't want to be found. I didn't want to put him, or put you -- put any of you through that pain. I -- I was at the wedding. I saw his face. He's happy now. I would do anything not to take that away.
Tad: So, I'm supposed to leave well enough alone? Ok. All right, let's say that's fine for now. What about the four years of pain this family endured?
Dixie: Oh --
Tad: When it was coming apart at the seams?
Dixie: Ugh -- you know, this is why I just wanted to disappear!
Tad: Oh, and that's supposed to make me feel better? That's supposed to make me feel that you've had our best interests at heart all along? Wrong. Because maybe -- maybe you saw a flicker of happiness in J.R.’s eyes at that wedding, but that's only because he fought like mad for it. He's fought everything. He's fought Adam, he's fought alcohol, he's fought his worst fear in life -- which is that anything good in it can be taken at a moment's notice, like his mother! Because you carved a hole in his heart four years ago, a hole you could have covered in at any time just by telling the truth.
Dixie: Just stop it, ok? I love my child. Everything I have done has been for my child!
Tad: You watched us! That's all you did is watch. Well, maybe -- maybe you got a snapshot of J.R.’s pain, but you never lived through it. You weren't there.
Dixie: Don't you think that I was hurting --
Tad: No --
Dixie: Being away from my family?
Tad: You like watching us so much? Try watching your son find out that he's lost his little boy to a lunatic. Watch him panic as he realizes that he may never see his son ever again for the rest of his life, just like his mother. Try watching two brothers that loved each other more than anything try to kill one another. Worst of all, watch the little boy that you raised ever since the day you could pick him up push everything and everyone that was decent away from him. Watch him drift further and further away from you and destruct piece by piece. You didn't watch that. No, I don't know what I would call what you've done. But I sure as hell wouldn't call it love.
Dixie: Don't go -- no --
Tad: As far as I'm concerned, you are dead. At least you're dead to me.
[Jamie and J.R. hang David by his feet over the balcony.]
Babe: Oh, my God!
J.R.: A dead Hayward is a good Hayward!
Babe: My God, J.R.!
Jamie: He deserves it!
Babe: Get him up!
Di: Pull him up right now!
Babe: Seriously, I don't want to explain to Little Adam why you're in prison!
David: Let me up, you bastards!
J.R.: You get the message now?
Jamie: You know what? I don't think I know he's sorry yet.
David: Fine, fine, fine! Yes, yes, I get it! I get it, I get it!
Di: Pull him up.
Babe: Get him up!
David: Let me up!
Babe: Get him up. Oh, my God -- oh, my -- thank God.
David: Oh, oh -- you freaking maniacs! You wait -- you wait until Dixie shows up!
Jamie: Oh. Oh, oh, oh -- I wouldn't do that.
Babe: No, no, don't!
David: All right, fine, fine!
David: You want to live with your fantasy for a little while longer, who I am to stop you?
J.R.: I've heard enough of this. I'm getting out of here.
Babe: That's fine by me. Nothing's keeping me here.
Jamie: I'm with you guys.
Lily: This is the list of the people that would be sad. And this is the list of people that would be mad at me. And this one is the people that would blame Jonathan.
Zach: Well, it's a lot of people, huh?
Lily: Do I have to hurt them? Maybe I could write a note or a letter.
Zach: Yeah, you could do that. But there's no getting around it. These people are going to be devastated. Your dad, Reggie, me.
Lily: But you'd be helping me.
Zach: Yeah, yeah, but I wouldn't be able to see you. And I'd miss you a lot.
Lily: But what about this list? People that would be hurt if I stay. Me and Jonathan. I hurt very much right now. And so does Jonathan. I'm going to be 18 soon, and no one cares. They won't let me decide. They won't let me be with him.
Zach: I wish I had an answer for you, but I don't know how to work things out for you and Jonathan. I just -- I want you to be happy.
Amanda: Maybe I should go.
Jonathan: You're very pretty. You're just like the girls that I used to date. But I wasn't very good to my girlfriends back then. But Lily's different. She's -- makes me a better person. Now Jack's going to tear down our tree house, and he doesn't want me to see her. I don't know what I'm going to do.
Amanda: Jack? Lily -- are you talking about Lily Montgomery?
Jonathan: Yeah, she's the one that's helping me get better. She teaches me life skills, and she helps me plan surprises, and she's so smart.
Amanda: Lily is your girlfriend?
Jonathan: Yeah. She's the best girlfriend ever.
Amanda: Wow! Well -- ok, then maybe I can help you.
Di: That was the truth, wasn't it, David?
David: Yep. So you can kiss your happily ever after good-bye.
Di: But Dixie didn't go to Tad herself?
David: Nope. The idiot surprised us.
David: You're such a fool, Di. You should have played this my way. Convinced your sister to leave Pine Valley with me. Now you've lost Tad. And I've lost Dixie.
Di: You are the fool, David. You actually thought Dixie could be manipulated into running away with you if she didn't want that? She does things for her own reasons, and her reasons alone. And Tad is the -- the same way. I mean, you tried to back her into a corner. Right there, that's when you -- you destroyed any hope that you might have had with her. Really, I think you just wanted to score one over on Tad. You know, I wanted Tad to love me for myself. So whatever happens now, it's up to them.
[Alone in the woods, Dixie cries out loud, then pulls herself together and leaves.]
David: If Dixie’s stupid enough to want Tad Martin --
Di: Stop it, David. Just stop. Can't you just accept what happens without there being blame, without there being excuses?
David: She should have left with me.
Di: Well, David, that is just pathetic. Look at what you did to those two boys just now. What, "I can't have her, so I want everyone else to hate her"? "I want her to be miserable"? You call that love? You call that love when you -- when you go and you try and hurt the people that -- that mean the most to her? I mean, you claim you wanted another chance with her.
David: I did. I still do.
Di: Hmm. You were keeping her secret as long as it served your purpose. But when she shot you down -- wow, look out. You go and you try and spread as much pain as possible. It's pretty vicious, David. You pretty much deserve whatever hell you're going through.
David: Yeah, well, I'm going to have some pretty good company when I get there, aren't I, Di? And as for Tweedledee and Tweedledum -- after what they just did to me, I wish them their own kind of hell.
[In the bar, some men are laughing and horsing around.]
Man: That game rocked, dude. It was awesome. Did you see that catch? Hey, man, you want to give a guy some space? Maybe you should move down the bar a few stools. What are you staring at? You got a problem?
Jamie: You're my problem.
Man: Excuse me? You want to take this outside?
Jamie: You don't want to mess with me, pal. Not tonight.
J.R.: I would have killed him if you hadn't been there.
Babe: J.R., please, it's over.
J.R.: Agh! What the -- Winifred! Winifred, where the hell are you? Get off your --
Babe: J.R., relax.
Babe: It's fine, calm down.
J.R.: What, are you just going to leave Little A’s toys all over the place? I nearly broke my neck coming through the door.
J.R.: Like we don't pay her enough.
Babe: Was that really necessary?
J.R.: Don't. Don't, Babe. Don't say anything.
Babe: Oh, no, no, no, you may think that can order around the staff like that, but I am your wife! Your partner, remember? And I love you, so why don't you just talk to me? If you insist on shutting me out every time something hits the fan, then we don't have anything.
J.R.: You're right. I shouldn't shut you out. Old habits, I guess.
Babe: Then talk to me. Please.
J.R.: It took everything for me not to lose it on Hayward totally. You understand? I guess Jamie and I should have just walked away.
Babe: It's not healthy to keep all that anger bottled up, but you shouldn't be lashing out like a madman, either.
J.R.: I'm sorry.
Babe: You should say that to Winifred.
J.R.: I will. Thank you.
Babe: Remember that wedding that we just had? Being partners is part of the package. And, no, I may not know the right thing to say every time, but I will do what I can to make you feel better. That's my job.
J.R.: God, I love you. I know what you could do to make me feel better.
Babe: Oh, I bet you do.
J.R.: Uh-uh. Even better than that.
Jamie: I'm really not in the mood for this tonight. Why don't we just forget about it?
Man: Fight, fight.
Second man: Hit him.
Third man: Time to put up or shut up!
First man: Yeah!
Fourth man: Take it outside.
Jamie: You keep that up, you're going to get more than you bargained for.
Man: Oh, I'm asking for it, am I? Oh, pretty please.
Jamie: Go home and sleep it off!
Man: I have a better idea.
Second man: Whoo-hoo-hoo!
Third man: Ha, ha! Yeah, yeah. Come on, hit him.
[After the other guy shoves him, Jamie responds by knocking him out.]
Man: Yeah, yeah!
Second man: Whoa!
First man: Yeah!
Second man: Whoa!
First man: Whoo!
Amanda: I know Lily. We used to be related.
Jonathan: Used -- used to be?
Amanda: My dad was married to her mom for a while.
Jonathan: Well, then maybe you could talk to Jack for me. Or -- or maybe your dad could talk to Jack.
Amanda: Let me take my own shot first. You really do love her, don't you?
Jonathan: I would build a tree house for her every day.
Amanda: Then let me help you. Let me help you guys get back together.
Lily: Well, what about Jonathan's happiness? Isn't that important, too?
Zach: It's not up to me.
Lily: Then -- then you are no help. Nobody will help me. Nobody will help me. I have to make myself disappear.
[Tad finds Di in Chandler Enterprises’ boardroom and confronts her.]
Tad: You knew.
[Dixie knocks on the Chandler Mansion’s front door.]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Lily (to Kendall and Zach): Dr. Greg Madden stole Erica's baby.
Di (to Tad): I told Dixie, Tad --
Tad (to Di): Get off Dixie. I'm not talking about Dixie anymore. I'm talking about us. What is the plan now?
Dixie (to Adam): I want to see my son.
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