All My Children Transcript Thursday 4/27/06
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Proofread by Gisele
Greg: I see the island has already worked its magic on you. You've never looked more beautiful, Kendall.
Kendall: What are you doing here? I mean, thank you, that's very sweet of you. It's -- it's beautiful here. I -- I just -- I thought you were in Pine Valley.
Greg: I took a quick trip down just to check on you, see if you've settled in, and you have. Did you sleep well?
Kendall: I had some weird dreams. Everyone here was pregnant and -- and it was like we were at some --
Greg: It was a private bit of heaven where you and all the other life-givers can luxuriate and relax, get away from all the worry and all the stress, all those people who can't or won't understand.
Ryan: Jonathan, what the hell is this?
Jonathan: It -- it's not what it looks like, ok, Ryan? I -- I can explain everything.
Jack: Lily, we'll all wait outside until you get dressed, and then we're going home.
Jonathan: Her clothes are on, Mr. Montgomery -- see? I -- please don't be mad at Lily. It's not her fault. I knew better, but I still --
Jack: Come on, Lily. Let's go.
Ryan: What were you thinking?
Lily: No, Jonathan and I had to practice sleeping together in the same bed for when we move in together.
Kendall: You know, when I asked for your help, who knew the answer was paradise? So has my fan club started freaking out yet?
Greg: This will take just one minute. Erica.
Erica: Where is my daughter?
Greg: I'm very sorry, Erica. I wish I could help you, but nothing has changed since we last spoke. I have no idea where Kendall might be.
Erica: Wrong answer. If I don't hear from Kendall soon, your son will be celebrating Mother's Day this year.
Adam: J.R., I knew it. I knew you'd be back.
Babe: Oh, you just ran right past me. I was so worried. Are you ok?
Tad: We know you saw Dixie. I'll make Hayward pay for setting you up like that.
Jamie: Yeah, we're here. You have us, and we're not going anywhere.
Brooke: Anything you need, J.R.
Di: I'm just so glad you're ok.
Krystal: J.R., Babe and your little boy love you. You hang on to that and know that we're here for you --
J.R.: All right, relax, relax. It happened. I understand you're all concerned. No need to hide the knives and the pharmaceuticals. As you can see, I'm here, I'm fine. There is absolutely no problem.
Adam: What do you want?
Dixie: I'm here to check on J.R.
J.R.: It seems like there's a lot of that going around.
Dixie: Jamie? You have to know this is the last thing that I wanted. I know that this must be a shock. But I promise you that -- that we will talk, we will do whatever it takes for this to make sense for you.
Jamie: Well, it is weird as hell to see you alive, but you don't have to worry about me. It's no problem. I'll deal with it because, you see, my mom -- she's always there for me.
J.R.: There you have it. It's done. Everyone knows you're back.
Dixie: It's not that simple, J.R.
J.R.: It is for me. As far as everyone else, if you need to talk to Dixie, I'm sure you can hook up with her tomorrow at the Seasons East Casino? Is that where they should call? Maybe you got a cell phone. I don't know -- I'm tired.
Dixie: J.R., can we please just maybe go out on the terrace?
J.R.: And do what?
Dixie: So we can talk.
J.R.: About what?
Dixie: The casino was the worst possible place for us to see each other again, and I'm very sorry for that, but it happened. It would be nice if we could just maybe take a little time to know each other again.
J.R.: Have you met my wife, Babe Chandler? Dixie Cooney.
Dixie: Babe, I know you're going to take good care of him. I can tell that you love him very much.
J.R.: Babe's great, and jet-lagged. Me, too.
Adam: Go on, J.R., get some rest. I'll take care of this.
J.R.: That sound good? Kiss our son, put this day to bed? You mind?
Babe: Not at all.
[After Babe removes Dixie’s necklace from around her neck, J.R. returns it to his mother.]
J.R.: I think this belongs to you.
Greg: I'm sorry, Erica, I can't help you.
Erica: If I don't hear from my daughter, your life is over.
Greg: Your mother's determined. She's devoted to you.
Kendall: Makes her nuts not to know where I am.
Greg: Well, she'll have to learn to live with her disappointment.
Kendall: Are you sure about that? There's -- there's no way that she'll find out that I'm here?
Greg: No, I showed them the letter that you'd written. They believe that you've cut off all contact with me and that you've run away to escape the brutal tug of war. You've gone someplace to relax and find peace and quiet. Ryan, your mother -- they'll have to respect your wishes.
Kendall: Yeah, that'll happen.
Greg: You're safe. You've met the other women.
Kendall: Yeah. They're -- they're funny, sweet, smart -- kind of like if all the Fusion women were knocked up at the same time.
Greg: They're all here for the same reasons you are -- to feel safe, to feel secure. They've all got away.
Kendall: Dr. Greg takes care of everything.
Greg: How long would you like to stay?
Kendall: I really don't have a desire to go home yet. I don't think Pine Valley sounds very soothing right now.
Greg: Then why don't you stay for another day. Two days. Three days. No reason for you to rush back to all that ultimatum and conflict. Take this time for yourself and for your baby. If you like, you can stay here and deliver the baby.
Kendall: That was your idea all along, wasn't it? That's what you meant when you said you'd take care of Ryan.
Greg: I knew you'd catch on.
Ryan: Look, just -- please tell me that Lily doesn't know what she's talking about.
Lily: Now, why wouldn't I know? I'm the one speaking. Well, I've never had to share a bed or a bedroom with anyone before, so I asked Jonathan to practice with me --
Lily: Because when we move away together, we can only afford a studio apartment, which is just one room. It doesn't have a separate --
Jack: Yeah, we know all about studio apartments, Lily. We're going home now. Come on.
Lily: Well, we only got very little practice before you came in without knocking, which is very impolite.
Jonathan: Lily, maybe we should stop now --
Jack: Shut up -- shut up, Jonathan. Just shut up. I'll handle my daughter.
Lily: You don't need to. I'll be 18 in seven days and --
Jack: You're not 18 yet. I'm still your father. You're coming home with me right now. Let's go.
Lily: Sorry we didn't get to fully practice.
Ryan: Don't worry, Jack. I will deal with it on this end, all right?
Jack: Yeah, you keep saying that. Well, this time, you better do it because, by God, you don't want me to. Let's go.
Ryan: Look, you and Lily alone in the penthouse? Jonathan, what?
Jonathan: Her clothes were on. I wasn't under the covers. You saw that, Ryan. You know nothing happened.
Ryan: But -- but something did happen, Jonathan. Something happened -- you're not supposed to see Lily Montgomery, you're not, so all of your excuses and your explanations -- they don't mean anything. How can you not see this as wrong?
Jonathan: The same reason that you and Jack can't see that Lily and I are right together.
J.R.: Go on. Take it. You know, I was never one for wishing on stars. You remember when I gave it to you to give to my mother on your way to Switzerland, so we could all be together forever? Check it out -- it happened. Four years late, but I guess you can't have everything.
Dixie: J.R., this is not mine anymore. This is yours. You should keep it or give it to your wife, whatever you want.
J.R.: That's what I want. And as far as my wife, I feel like I gave it to you under false pretenses. Don't worry, I'll get you something spectacular. We'll create new heirlooms for our son.
Babe: I love you. You know that, right?
J.R.: Come on. Let's go see Little A. Um -- as far as the rest of you, I know you were concerned. I know it's a lot to think about, obviously.
J.R.: But once you get past the weirdness -- look, I'm home with my wife and my kid, and I couldn't be happier. Come on.
Jamie: J.R.’s right. We blew this way out of proportion. Dixie's back. So what? We move on, starting now. You, me -- beer?
Tad: Sounds like my kind of offer.
Jamie: You know I was just kidding back there -- about the beer?
Tad: So I take it we're not going to knock back a couple of cool ones and talk about the game?
Jamie: I wanted to see how you were doing.
Tad: Except for the tractor-trailer sitting on my chest, I'm just fine. Are you ok?
Jamie: Hey, you know me -- I'll just go punch in a few walls and be as good as new.
Tad: Yeah, well, if we feel this bad, imagine --
Jamie: Yeah, let me talk about BS. All that crap J.R. was saying? I mean, and it's funny that, you know, he spent the last year driving me nuts and just the thought of someone flattening him and it's, of all people, Dixie -- I mean, it just makes me want to --
Tad: Yeah. Me, too.
Jamie: So did Dixie -- did Dixie tell you any -- what she plans to do? I mean, stick around, let the good times roll?
Tad: I don't know Dixie anymore, let alone what she's going to do.
Adam: You heard my son. You're not needed here. You're free to go.
Brooke: Not yet. We haven't heard why. I mean, you obviously stayed away for a reason -- why? What happened to you?
Adam: I think that's obvious -- Dixie didn't give a damn.
Krystal: Let the woman speak.
Di: Dixie, don't do that. Don't just stand there. I kept your secret. It was wrong, but I did it. Now, if I knew why you -- why you stayed away, why you came back and didn't want anybody to know, I'd be shouting it to them right now. I'd tell the whole world, but I don't. I've told them all I know. Now it's time for you, Dixie. This is it. Start making it up. Tell these people what they need to hear.
Dixie: What happened in Europe and why I came back to Pine Valley -- I can't get into it right --
Di: Why, Dixie, my God! What the hell is more important than your son, than these people that loved you? They deserve to know why you stayed away, and I kept your secret. I deserve to know, too.
Dixie: You're right. You do.
Kendall: So stay here and have the baby.
Greg: You'll have the best possible treatment and your favorite doctor.
Kendall: And then I return to Pine Valley with no baby.
Greg: Have you changed your mind about the adoption?
Kendall: I -- what would I tell Ryan? How would I explain this? What -- what do I say? "Whoops. Left the baby on the airplane, these -- these things happen"?
Greg: We have time to deal with that.
Kendall: Time? No -- what time? Ryan has lawyers, he's filed papers. He wants this baby, and he won't stop.
Greg: Do you want to come back to Pine Valley with me now, Kendall? You can talk to Ryan. You can make some agreement.
Kendall: No, forget that.
Greg: Then why don't you stay here and de-stress. We can deal with that together. I'm here all the time. You can just ask the staff here if you need to speak to me or you can call me yourself.
Kendall: So this -- this whole thing, this really is your universe that you created just for us?
Greg: My success allowed me to fulfill my dream. Now, you -- you have a gift. You are able to create a life inside of you. Not all women can do that, but you, Camille, and the others -- you see, you're prepared to hand a dream to a couple. How many young women get that opportunity? How many of them are brave enough to go through with it? You deserve much more than room service and hot-rock massages.
Kendall: You really believe in this.
Greg: I believe in you. You have to do what's right for you, take care of yourself -- body, mind, spirit.
Ryan: You -- you're killing me here, man. I mean, like I love you and -- and I respect you, but this thing with you and Lily, it's just -- it's -- you're killing me.
Jonathan: And that's why I have to get out of here, Ryan. I have to live my own life. All I do is hurt you.
Ryan: That's not what I meant, Jonathan.
Jonathan: I -- I know that, Ryan, but it's true. Ever since I came to find you, all I've done is mess up your life. And all you've had to do is take care of me. You had to take care of me when I was bad, and you had to take care of me when I was sick. And now that I'm supposed to be well -- but I'm still holding you back.
Ryan: You're my family, and I want you here.
Jonathan: Your baby boy is your family, too, Ryan. You want him here. But I'm the reason that Kendall won't let you have him.
Ryan: Ok, this -- this whole thing with Kendall is all on one man's head, ok? It's not you. You're -- you're a good kid. You're -- you're a good man.
Jonathan: Ryan, stop. Stop, Ryan, please. It's -- I may get better, smarter. I may not. Either way, I -- I have to live my own life. And so does Lily. You should know when she wants to learn and -- and what she wants to do, Ryan, what she wants to become, and she can't be just Jack's little girl with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Ryan. She can't. That will kill her.
Erica: Oh, Lily, don't tell me you were --
Jack: She was. We settled this. We agreed you would not go anywhere near Jonathan Lavery, not ever again.
Lily: No. We never agreed to anything. You gave me an order, and I never said I would comply.
Jack: Don't you play word games with me, young lady.
Erica: It's ok, Lily. You can take your hands down from your ears.
Jack: And I'm sorry. It's just that you used to understand the rules were for a reason -- to keep you safe and healthy, that they were for your own good. Now, it seems I can't, I -- it's clear. I can't trust you at all anymore.
Lily: You used to understand me, too, care about what I want. And now you don't, and I can't trust you anymore, either.
Jack: I'm sorry you feel like that, but that doesn't change a thing. You will still abide by my rules.
Lily: Well, when I'm 18 in seven days, I won't have to --
Jack: In seven days, what? The world is going to be a safer place in seven days? I'm not going to have to worry about you? Seven days won't change a thing. Sweetheart, it won't change you.
Lily: Because I have Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Lily: Well, in seven days, I'll be an adult with Autism Spectrum Disorder, and I'll be able to live my life the way I want to and what you want won't matter at all.
Jonathan: I want to live with Lily, Ryan. And Lily wants to live with me, too.
Ryan: And what kind of life is that going to be? I mean, do you have any idea how long it's taken Jack to get this far with Lily? I mean, he knows her. He -- he knows what sets her off. He knows what she needs, the structure and the -- the attention.
Jonathan: I know it, too, though, Ryan. And I want to know her for the rest of my life.
Ryan: And I'm telling you it's a mistake.
Jonathan: What if you're wrong? What if you're wrong, and I'm right? You -- you want the best for someone's life, right? But what if the best that you pick -- it doesn't end up being the best after all?
[Kendall awakens when Zach places his hand over her mouth to muffle her screams.]
Kendall: How did you know I was here?
Zach: We got to go, now. Come on.
Kendall: What, with you? What are you -- what are you, drunk? Did your brain get ruffled by the ocean breeze?
Zach: I want to talk to you, but not here.
Kendall: Fine. Well, there's a balcony. You can take a header on your way down.
Zach: What do you think I'll say to you?
Kendall: I know what you'll say to me -- "Blah, blah, Madden, blah, blah, proof, blah the rest of it." I don't even care -- I don't even care.
Zach: Hmm. Looks like you traded one prison for another, and this one has Madden's prints all over it.
Kendall: Yeah, and I bet he would love to know that you're here. Maybe I'll call him right now and let him know.
Zach: Or maybe you'll come with me to neutral ground, and we'll talk. I dare you.
Ryan: If I could erase all of the hideous mistakes that I've made --
Jonathan: You -- you know that, though, Ryan because you made those mistakes, and you learned from them, right? I mean, that -- that's what makes an adult. Well, that's what makes a man, and you had that chance, so why can't I?
Ryan: But it's -- it's not just your mistake, Jonathan. It's Lily's.
Lily: You can't stop my birthday from happening. It's impossible.
Jack: Honey, seven days or seven years, you are still going to be my daughter. I am still going to love you, and I'm not going to stand by and let you ruin your life with bad decisions. Do you understand me?
Lily: Can I go to my room now?
Lily: I've done the research. When I'm 18, I'll have the legal rights to control my life, and you won't.
Erica: Jack, if you're calling to attack Jonathan again --
Jack: No, I'm calling the boarding school, because she's going back there just as soon as I can arrange it.
Jamie: Well, let's get out of here before I punch one of these walls.
Tad: Whatever you do, please be careful because I couldn't take if anything happened to you, especially right now. You go on ahead. I'll catch up later.
J.R.: You see the look on our son's face when you handed him that choo-choo? My son the mogul/engineer.
Babe: J.R., sit down with me.
J.R.: You know, I'll do better yet. I'll lie down with you after I take a shower.
Babe: No, no, no, no, not yet. Right now, we need to talk. We need to talk, yell, cry, whatever it is, but I am right here. Please don't block me out.
J.R.: Right now, I really don't feel it, Babe. I feel pretty good.
Babe: Ok, it's -- it's because you're numb, J.R. You don't want to deal with it. It's self-preservation and -- and I don't blame you, but I know how you get when -- when you keep things in and you let them chew at you, and we have too much at stake to let that happen right now, so please just talk to me one second.
J.R.: And say what? The mother that I mourned took an extra-long spring break?
Babe: I know what she did kills you.
J.R.: No, you know what kills me is that all the times you felt that you were worthless to wear that necklace when it turns out my perfect mother was just a perfect lying bitch.
Babe: J.R., I'm so sorry.
J.R.: No, no, there's nothing to do except take a shower and go to bed.
Babe: J.R., Dixie is a part of you. You love her.
J.R.: The mother that I loved died. The dead don't come back.
Dixie: I know I have cost you all something, some more than others. And, yes, you deserve answers.
Adam: Just make it up as you go along.
Dixie: Even if I told you, Adam, there is no way I could make you, especially you, understand.
Krystal: So again, you're just saying you can't say?
Di: Try, Dixie. Make us understand.
Adam: Yeah, addled morons that we are.
Brooke: And we'll shut up and listen.
Adam: My guess it was a -- it was a man. A Eurotrash lounge lizard, perhaps?
Brooke: Was it the accident? Was it a medical condition?
Di: Did you think that they didn't want you back?
Brooke: Dixie, were you disoriented, and you just were somewhere that you couldn't get in touch with us?
Adam: Or in jail? You pressed your luck and ended up like sister Di?
Di: Was it David? Did he -- did he convince you to make you stay away?
Adam: Or a lucrative career in pole dancing, again like sister Di?
Brooke: Please give us something.
Krystal: What happened to your baby, Dixie?
Kendall: Go to hell. There. We talked. Good-bye. You can leave.
Zach: You have a decision to make.
Kendall: I made a decision -- I hate you. Feel better? Because I do.
Zach: Not about me, about the baby. Whatever you decide's going to affect the rest of your life.
Kendall: Just like the decision you made to thaw out Greg's vault?
Zach: This one's all up to you.
Kendall: Ah, he can be taught, folks.
Zach: You don't need Erica's help or Ryan's help.
Kendall: That's why I'm here, and thank you so much for leaving. You really can leave. Good-bye. Thank you.
Zach: What's the downside here when it's us talking, trying to work it out? I got my new shirt on.
Kendall: The downside is you won't leave me alone.
Zach: What do you think I want from you, hmm? It's not my child.
Kendall: That's for damn sure.
Zach: What I don't want is to look in your eyes a year from now and see regret, and I don't think you want that, either.
Brooke: Tad was on a plane when I had to break his heart. That grin on his face, the smile that we all know, and I -- I had heard the news that he hadn't heard yet. And I had to take that smile away. Dixie was dead. He lost her, and he lost all hope inside him. I had to do that to Tad because of you. And now I want answers.
Dixie: I lost our daughter. I traveled halfway around the world to keep her safe, and I failed. I lost our daughter, and I don't ever want to talk about it, any of it, anymore.
Adam: That's it? Fine. Get out.
Dixie: I am not here for you, Adam.
Adam: Well, that's obvious. Why are you here? Not for J.R. He doesn't need you. You heard him. He's fine.
Dixie: He's fine? He's fine? Did you see him? Do you know our son, Adam? He's broken. And you may want to stand around and pretend that that's not true and that it doesn't matter, but I am not about to.
J.R.: So a guy walks into a bar, sees his dead mother.
Babe: No, J.R., I will not let you joke about this.
J.R.: It was like being punched in the solar plexus -- it knocked the wind out of me, my head spun around. But after the spinning stopped, I realized I can deal with this. I'm not going to be the whiney mama's boy. I'm not going to mourn about what happened to me -- how many years ago? What I have is better than what I don't have. I have a wife, I have a son -- that's my world. There's no more room for Dixie.
Babe: You may say that. But I know your heart. Of course, your mama's in there. Heck, she's the one that made your heart. She's the one that taught you how to love. Honey, you worshiped her.
J.R.: I was a kid then. Dixie was perfect, she was a saint. That's not a real mother, that's not a real person. It's time to move on.
Babe: What, so that's it?
J.R.: What do you want me to say?
Babe: I want you to tell me what you're feeling. Say something.
J.R.: What? "Wounded"? "Jilted"? No, Babe, I'm grateful. I have you, I have Little A. All the rest of it is done, over and out.
Babe: How much did you have to drink?
Ryan: What do you want me to do? You want me to bring down Julia, and maybe she can give you a Life Skills explanation of why you and Lily would just --
Ryan: You guys would be a disaster, Jonathan.
Jonathan: Ok. You can talk or -- or bring down Julia, or Aidan and Erin, and you could all tell me why I'm wrong, and I promise that I'll sit there and -- and listen as long as you want.
Ryan: Good. Well, that's good. I mean, that's progress.
Jonathan: If you accept that there's one thing that won't change.
Ryan: Go on.
Jonathan: I love Lily, and she loves me.
Erica: Jack, I know you have a brilliant mind. I know you can come up with a better solution. Hear Lily out. Listen to her needs, her wants. You might learn something.
Jack: Oh, that's good. That's really, really good. You want me to listen to my teenage daughter's wants and needs.
Erica: Why do you find that so bizarre?
Jack: Because it comes from a woman who thinks she knows what's best for her daughter. Well, I know what's best for mine, and it's not setting up house with Jonathan Lavery!
Erica: I'm not saying she should set up house with Jonathan. But I know there has to be a better way.
Jack: There is a better way, and I'm about to take care of that. And you and Lily and everybody else will have to live with it.
J.R.: I had a drink at Dixie’s, it seemed to make sense. I had a few more after that, made a lot more sense. You want me to yell, cry, scream, kick, but to have a drink -- that crosses the line, huh?
Babe: Yes, it does. Because I love you, and we both know what booze does to you. And when you're hurting like this, it's not exactly a good idea.
J.R.: I didn't drink and drive, I didn't get sloppy on my son, I didn't freak anyone out!
Babe: Well, then that makes it ok?
J.R.: Today was a heck of a lot of exceptions to a lot more rules.
Babe: J.R., you have me. You have us, your family. Anything that you need, I am right here.
J.R.: And what I need right now is a shower and some sleep, or do I need permission for that, too? Ugh!
Adam: You're not needed, Dixie. You're not wanted, you are not welcome. So please get out of this house -- better yet, get out of town and take the skunk David Hayward with you.
Dixie: Look, Adam, I know what I've done to J.R., and to Jamie --
Krystal: And to Tad.
Dixie: I'm not about to -- to leave the boys again.
Brooke: They were boys when you left. Not anymore.
Dixie: I will make it up to them.
Adam: You died, Dixie. You died, you went away, you came back. No answer, no explanations -- nothing. How in God's name will you ever make up for that?
Dixie: I don't know, but I'm not about to give up.
Tad: What do you say we go find our son, hug him.
Brooke: And tell him that we love him, and we will never leave him.
Tad: And mean it.
Adam: Are you happy? You and your sister have tag-teamed my son into oblivion. What are you going to do next? Take your stripper pole and maybe break his kneecaps? You both said you loved him! You're liars! Rot in hell, both of you.
Babe: I'm so sorry. Just please tell me that tonight was a one-shot deal with the drinking, and I promise I'll shut up. I just -- I can't think of you going down that hole again. I can't handle it.
J.R.: I'm not going anywhere, Babe. I'm going to be right here.
Babe: Good. Because Little Adam needs you, and I need you, and I love you.
J.R.: That's why I know it's all going to be ok.
Janet's voice: Your mother is still very much alive. Any mother with you for a son would rather stay dead. You snot-nosed little spoiled brat. You're going to deserve everything that Babe dishes out to you. And as soon as she gets something good on you, it's going to be hello, divorce court, full custody, and the good life, and good-bye to J.R.
Jonathan: You've been in love, Ryan. Could anyone change your mind? Could anyone make you not want to see that person, or make you not want to hear her voice? Could any life skills or rules make your heart not want to be with them?
Ryan: I know love doesn't work that way, Jonathan, I know that. I also know something about love that you refuse to accept. It cuts. This love with Lily will hurt you very badly.
Jonathan: I won't stop fighting for Lily, Ryan.
Jack: I'm glad you agree, Rodney. School is the best place for her right now, absolutely. I call out of the clear blue sky, and you do your best to get her in now. I just -- I really appreciate it. Thank you very much. Bye. You coming to bed?
Zach: You're afraid, aren't you?
Kendall: You're delusional.
Zach: They sucked the fire right out of you. Maybe that's what Madden's plan was all along.
Kendall: Ahem. No. Actually, he brought me here so I could relax. So no one would torture me or harass me or --
Zach: Or make you think?
Kendall: No. No, no. I think -- I think for myself.
Zach: Good. All right, so, what are you afraid of? What I think, or what you think?
Kendall: I'm not afraid of anything.
Zach: Perfect. You come with me, we'll talk, and then I'll bring you back here to Camp Cupcake and you can do whatever you want.
Kendall: You're a jerk.
Zach: Fine. Oh, looks like we have new neighbors.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Kendall (to Zach): We're moving! What, are you kidnapping me?
Zach (to Kendall): Yep.
Kendall (to Zach): You look at me as if you --
Zach: As if I still love you? I do still love you.
Erica (to Josh): You need to hear this. I don't want to hurt you, Josh. Please try to believe that.
Josh (to Erica): Lay it on me.
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