AMC Transcript Monday 5/1/06

All My Children Transcript Monday 5/1/06

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Zach: I want you back. What do you want?

Kendall: Why are you doing this, Zach?

Zach: Because I love you, and I think you should know that by now. And I'm sorry I hurt you.

Kendall: So, what -- so now you're feeling guilty and charitable? What does any of this have to do with my decision to give up my baby?

Zach: Maybe nothing, maybe everything. I just want you to know that there's someone here who wants to spend the rest of his life with you, whether you keep
the baby or not. It's up to you.
 

Erica: I want Zach Slater as far away from my daughter as humanly possible. I -- I don't care how much he claims to love her. He's the one who blacked out Pine Valley and her fertility clinic. I mean, how could she possibly trust that man?

Ryan: You asked if I thought she was safe with Zach, and I do. I would rather her be with --

Jonathan: Ryan.

Ryan: Him than Greg Madden.

Jonathan: There you are. I need your help. Erica, you have to stop him!

Ryan: Whoa, whoa, whoa -- slow down. What's wrong? What happened?

Erica: Stop who?

Jonathan: Jackson. He -- he's taking Lily back to school -- today!
 

Lily: No! No, I'm not going to go. Not today, not ever. No!

Reggie: Lily, at least you're going somewhere familiar.

Lily: No, no, no, no.

Reggie: I mean, you'll have a new schedule in no time.

Jack: Sweetheart, most of your old teachers are still there --

Lily: No. No.

Jack: And they can't wait to see you again.

Lily: No, no! No, no, no, no.

Jack: Listen, sweetheart. Please listen to me.

Lily: No. No.

Jack: I know it's difficult, but this really is for the best.

Lily: No. I'm not going to go. No, no.

Jack: Please trust me.

Lily: No, I don't trust you! I'm not going to go!
 

PA Announcer: Dr. Forest, dial 118, please. Dr. Forest, please dial 118.

Julia: Hey.

Jamie: Excuse me. Hold that, please!

Julia: Oh -- yeah. Oh -- oh, no.

Jamie: Oh, this is great. Come on. Come on! Come on. Move, damn it!

[When the elevator stops between floors, Jamie hurts his hand by punching hard on its buttons.]

Julia: Ooh, whoa, hey, Jamie -- what's gotten into you today?
 

Dixie: I've seen my whole family. You don't have a reaction to that?

Greg: I'm happy for them. Or sorry. It all depends on how they took the news.

Dixie: Well, maybe the person that you should start feeling sorry for is yourself. Because the minute I came out of hiding, you lost the upper hand. So you tell me where my daughter is.

Greg: How did they take the news -- your family? I can only imagine the looks on their faces, not to mention the thoughts running through their minds. How did you explain staying away all these years? Did you tell them everything? You didn't. Smart move. Some things are best kept private.
 

J.R.: Babe, your timing --

Babe: I have been out of my head worrying about you. What the heck are you doing here?

[In J.R.’s daydream, Babe screams as construction material falls on her, knocking her unconscious.]

Babe: J.R., I asked you a question. Why here, of all places? Something's weird. Why are you spacing out?

J.R.: I'm fine.

Babe: You totally reek.

J.R.: You could use a breath mint yourself.

Babe: No more, J.R., ever again.

[Pulling the flask out of her drunk husband's coat pocket, Babe dumps its contents into a barrel.]
 

Jamie: Ok, if I promise never to punch an elevator panel again, can I have my hand back?

Julia: Oh, yeah. Jamie, you know, you really could have broken your hand. I can hear your teeth grinding from here.

Jamie: Well, that's predictable fallout when your family's imploding.

Julia: Oh, yeah. The Santoses know from families imploding. Well, if you want somebody to gripe to, I'm -- I'm not going anywhere for a while.

Jamie: Thanks, I'll pass.

Julia: Well, we're going to have to do something to pass the time. "99 Bottles of Beer on the Wall"? "Ro … Sham … Bo!"?

Jamie: Maybe when my hand stops throbbing.

Julia: 20 questions?

Jamie: I'll go first. What kind of woman are you?
 

J.R.: Don't you want to keep that for evidence?

Babe: Evidence for what? I want to forget this day ever even happened.

J.R.: I thought you wanted to encourage the boozing. The more I drink, the more ammo you got against me. Good dads just say no.

[J.R. chuckles]

Babe: There is no way -- no way after everything that has gone down you still think I'm out to steal our son?

J.R.: Just admit it, Babe. You couldn't have a better break. Now you don't have to go to all that trouble to set me up for the fall. My not-dead mother already did the dirty work for you.
 

Dixie: Where is Kate? You tell me what you did with my daughter.

Greg: Dixie, you know what I did with her. I gave her a wonderful life. Much better than you could possibly imagine.

Dixie: She is my child!

Greg: Not anymore. It's time you come to terms with that.

Dixie: No, I risked my life to have a child with Tad.

Greg: Well, think back, Dixie. When you gave birth to that little girl, you were in no fit state to be a mother. You could barely lift your head off the pillow. You faced months, maybe years of surgeries.

Dixie: She's mine. You took her from me. You will give her back!

Greg: It's impossible. She's gone. She's happy. Isn't that more than any parent could ask for? Why don't you concentrate on being a mother to the child you have and let go of the child you don't? Move on, Dixie.

Dixie: Move on? You want me to move on? I cannot move on without my daughter.

Greg: You survived your accident, despite all the odds. You will survive this.

Dixie: Well, you know what? You might not.

Greg: What do you -- are you threatening me? What are you going to do? You going to kill me? You have to stand in a very long line if you want to do that.
 

Erica: Jack said he was determined to send Lily back to school. I just wasn't able to talk him out of it.

Jonathan: This is the last thing that -- that Lily needs, Erica. It's the last thing that she wants. She -- she'll just have a total meltdown.

Erica: I hate to say it -- I'm afraid you're right.

Jonathan: Then talk to him. Please, Erica, talk to him.

Erica: Jonathan, I -- I'm so sorry, but Jack has just made up his mind.

Jonathan: Ryan -- Ryan, will you talk to him?

Ryan: Look, Jonathan, I -- you know, I feel for you and Lily. I honestly do. But the bottom line is Jack is her father. And he's asked you repeatedly to cool it, and you ignored his requests, so he's -- I mean, he's taking it upon himself to put some distance between you two.

Jonathan: That's because he thinks that I'm going to hurt Lily. And I never would. I would never hurt Lily. Lily's safe with me. She knows it. I know it. It's bad enough that -- that her father can't accept it. But my own brother? Ryan, what -- what am I going to have to do to -- to make you believe in me again?
 

Lily: 1,252, 1,253, 1,254 --

Jack: I don't know how else to get through to her.

Lily: 1,255 --

Reggie: Lily, listen, I know you're freaking out about this whole school thing, but it's not forever. And J promised, he'll let you come back as soon as these things with Jonathan cool down.

Lily: 1,261, 1,262 --

Reggie: Listen, Lily, I -- you don't want to hear it, all right? I get it, I understand, but you don't lie to me, ok? And I don't lie to you.

Lily: 1,267 --

Reggie: I know you're hurting like crazy on the inside, but it'll get easier, right, J? It'll get easier. All right, trust me. I know. All I did was pick the wrong girls. Ok? But you'll get over it. Trust me.

Lily: 1,276, 1,277, 1,278, 1,279 --

Reggie: Look, I got your bag for you, all right?

Lily: 1,280 --

Reggie: I got some -- some gum in here. I got some pumpkin seeds, your favorite -- chocolate cupcakes.

Lily: 1,284, 1,285 --

Reggie: I got some mystery novels. I mean, I hope you haven't read them already. I got them just for you. You can check them out.

Lily: I'm not going to go! I don't want to go.

[Door slams]
 

Jonathan: Lily's probably having a meltdown right no Ryan won't listen, but you know how bad it is when she freaks out.

Ryan: But I am listening. I'm listening, Jonathan, and I know how much you love her, and I know that you would never hurt her. I know that. But Lily is way too young for you, Jonathan. That's what this is about. She's way too attached. I mean, you don't fully understand her -- her disorder, her Autism Spectrum Disorder.

Jonathan: She loves you, Erica. She really does. Don't you love her?

Erica: Of course, I do, Jonathan. Lily's my daughter now, too.

Jonathan: Ok, then help her. Please -- please try to help her.

Erica: Jonathan, ok, I will talk to Jack again, but I just don't know if he'll listen.

Jonathan: That's ok. It's ok. Thank you, Erica. Thank you so much.

Ryan: Whoa, whoa, whoa. Hold on, hold on. Look, whatever happens, you know, with Erica -- if she can convince Jack to let Lily stay, whatever -- I want you to
know that I stand by what I said.

Jonathan: What you said is wrong. Lily and I belong together. And no matter how hard that you and Jack keep trying to keep us apart, that will never change.
 

Kendall: You know, just when I think that you'll never change -- that you'll always be a heartless, controlling jerk, you go and you do something completely unexpected, and you blow my theory straight to hell.

Zach: I didn't mean to stress you out.

Kendall: It's too late, Zach. I am beyond stressed. I am being held captive on a yacht in the middle of God knows where, trying to decide what's best for a child that I have practically zero connection to. And now, you want me to forgive and forget and play footsie with you?

Zach: No, it's -- I'm sorry. Forget it. It's fine.

Kendall: What? Where are you going?

Zach: I'm going to give you some time alone, so you can think about your baby without me interfering.

Kendall: I don't want to think about him anymore, Zach. I want to talk about him. I need to talk about my son, Zach -- don't leave. Ok, take Dr. Greg out of the equation. We're just talking about me, Ryan, and my baby. I still think that giving my son up for adoption is the right thing to do. There's a million reasons why Ryan shouldn't raise this child, and here's two of them -- Uncle Jonathan. I don't care how many things they cut out of his brain. The man killed his own brother and then carried on lengthy conversations with a corpse. He's not going anywhere near my son. And besides, Ryan is in this for all the wrong reasons. He doesn't want to be a father. He wants to prove that he's not his father, fists and all. I'm sorry, but I'm not going to give birth to this child, so that Ryan can work through his issues. He needs to get a therapist or something. What? Wait a minute. You're on his side. You're on Ryan's side, aren't you? You want Ryan to raise this baby, because you turned your back on Ethan. This is some sort of sick atonement for you or something. Well, you know what? You can forget it, Zach. There is no way you are using my son to make up for what you did to yours.
 

Babe: J.R., I don't want to take our son from you. That is the last thing that I want.

J.R.: Will you just stop and confess? This is what your plan was all along. I hit rock bottom, then you snake Little A. It's why you married me again.

Babe: So when did you talk to her? Janet Dillon? Because I know that she's behind this. What, did you go see her today?

J.R.: So what if I did? You beat me to her.

Babe: She was upsetting you, J.R., filling your head with lies. The only reason that I went to see Janet was so she would back off.

J.R.: Back off? Or shut up? What? Are you afraid that your lies would spill out? Well, they did.

Babe: Would you listen to yourself? You're believing the words of a crazy woman over that of your wife.

J.R.: That crazy woman -- she told me that my mother was alive long before anybody else did. I should have listened then.

Babe: So that's what this is about -- your mom. You think because Dixie let you down, I will, too?
 

Julia: Well, I just think that's a weird question. What kind of woman am I?

Jamie: Well, consider it more of a survey. Multiple choice. If you're trying to get rid of someone, do you, A, get naked and jump in bed with a complete jerk, do you, B, stand back while your psychotic mother tortures and kills anyone in her path, or, C, you play dead for four years?

Julia: Uh -- none of the above? Where is this coming from?

Jamie: Everybody wants that perfect person that's going to make them happy. But from the first second you say "Hello," the clock starts ticking. And sooner or later, time's going to be up. And all that happiness you thought you had is going to be blown straight to hell.
 

J.R.: I'm not a fool, Babe! And I'm not going to be played for one -- not by you or my mother.

Babe: And I am not your mother. I'm not the one who deserted you. I'm the one who was searching all over for you today. I am the one who was worried sick about how you were taking this news, J.R. I am the one who's still standing here, even after all the awful things you said to me, promising that I would never leave you the way Dixie did. I saw her today. I was with your mom, and I went off on her, because she hurt you. But while I was reaming her out, I saw something in her eyes, something just like what I'm seeing in your eyes now. Genuine pain. Now, I'm not even beginning to try to defend what Dixie did. But I do believe her when she says she loves you. And I believe she didn't want to stay away. I can see it. She hates what she did to you and Tad and Jamie. And I have a feeling she didn't have a choice. So maybe there's more to Dixie’s story than she's letting on.
 

Dixie: I never would have stayed away from my family this long if it weren't for you. So you tell me what I need to know, because I'm not leaving
this office until you do.

Greg: You be sure to dim the lights after hours, won't you? They're real sticklers around here about energy conservation.

Dixie: This is not right. This is not right, and you know it. You tell me what I deserve to know.

David: What is it you want to know, Dixie? Maybe I can help.
 

Erica: Where is Lily now?

Jack: She's locked herself in her room. Reggie’s trying his best to get her to come out.

Erica: Oh, Jack -- Lily has made so much progress since she came to live with us. I know you don't want her to regress.

Jack: Erica, this is not up for discussion. Lily will be getting on that train with me, and if she won't do it willingly, then I will give her the sedative that I had her doctor prescribe.

Erica: A sedative?

Jack: Yes.

Erica: Jack, are you kidding? Jack, think about this. I mean, it's bad enough you're making her go back to school against her will. Now you're going to drug
her?

Jack: Erica, bad enough is finding my 17-year-old daughter in bed with Jonathan Lavery. Anything else that happens from here on out will only pale in
comparison to it.

Ryan: They were fully clothed, Jack. Nothing happened. You know that.

Jack: That's right. That's right. They were practicing for when they move in together. That makes me feel a hell of a lot better, Ryan, thank you. Look, if you think I'm going to let my daughter stick around and have more practice sessions with his --

Jonathan: I want to see Lily.
 

Zach: I have no stake in this baby.

Kendall: Right. That's why you stick up for Ryan every chance you get.

Zach: That's not true.

Kendall: Ok, so -- so you're telling me that this has nothing to do with your guilt about Ethan?

Zach: It's a little late to make things right with my son. But it's not too late to make things right with you, and that's what I'm going for.

Kendall: Well, I hate to break it to you, but you're batting zero.

Zach: Have you thought any more about raising this kid by yourself?

Kendall: Yes.

Zach: And?

Kendall: No.

Zach: Why not?

Kendall: I told you my reasons. You know my reasons.

Zach: I heard what you said.

Kendall: And you think there's more? You think there's another reason that I -- I want to give up this baby. There's another reason that I don't want Ryan to raise him.

Zach: You've barely touched your breakfast.

Kendall: You know what? I don't have to have a reason as far as Ryan is concerned, ok? He brought this upon himself. Going off that cliff and -- and playing dead for all of those months -- that was the worst thing he could have ever done to me or to anyone else. And he does not deserve this baby. He doesn't even deserve to be happy.

Zach: Because he hurt Greenlee so badly?

Kendall: No, forget Greenlee. It's about how much he hurt me. When Ryan rode off that cliff, he didn't just leave Greenlee -- he left me. I had to be strong for his widow, but it hit me just as hard as it hit her. I loved him, too, and I already lost him twice. Losing him again like that -- how does a person get through it? Well, I'll tell you how -- you make it mean something. Grief -- grief made me offer to carry Ryan's baby. And I -- I didn't just do it for her. I did it for me, too. I -- I wanted to keep a part of him alive. I didn't even totally hate the idea of this baby being partly mine. There was something sort of magical about the whole -- the whole thought of this being part Ryan and part me. And then fast-forward to life as we knew it, the awful life as we knew it. "Wreckage" doesn't even begin to describe the awful disaster that Ryan brought back with him. So if he thinks that he can just waltz off with my son and live happily ever after when
he single-handedly destroyed my life, well, no, he's got another thing coming to him. He -- Ryan wants to take my child away from me, far away from me, so that I won't feel pressured to be a part of his life. Well, he doesn't get to do that. He does not get to leave me again. Ryan will not leave me again. I decide who keeps this baby, and it's not Ryan. Oh, God. Oh, my God, listen to me. What am I doing? What am I doing? I -- Ryan and I have been broken up for how many years? We broke up how long ago? He fell in love with Greenlee, I fell in love with you. He's apologized to me more times than I can count, for everything. I'm crazy. I'm losing my mind. I'm like this vindictive bitch, and I just keep making him pay for it over and over again. I keep blaming Ryan for this, but this really isn't Ryan. It's me. I'm the one to blame.
 

Ryan: This -- this is not your problem anymore, Jonathan, not anymore. Go.

Jonathan: Everything to do with Lily is my problem, Ryan. I want to see her.

Jack: Look, if you don't get rid of this guy, I will.

Erica: No, Jack, please stop.

Jack: I mean, right now, Ryan.

Ryan: Take it easy, take it easy.

Erica: Jack, I know you don't want to hear this right now, but just possibly Jonathan is the only person who could get through to Lily right now.

Jack: This lunatic is the reason I have to send my daughter away to school.

Jonathan: You can't send her back to school!

Ryan: Ok, ok, ok. All right, all right. Just come here. Listen to me for a second, ok? Listen to me. I want you to listen to me now. I know that you care about Lily, I know that. I -- I know that you think that you can help Lily. But what you're doing right now, making her choose between her dad and you, it's -- it's not helping her. It's not. It's making it harder for Lily. I mean, you're pushing a relationship that she's just not ready to handle, Jonathan. Even if she says she is, she's not. Ok? And this might be hard, but if you really love her, you'll see that I'm right, and you'll see that Jack is right. You just -- you just got to back off, man. You got to. You have to leave her for her family. Her family will find her the help that she needs. This -- this has to end right now.
 

David: I don't know what I just walked in on, but the tension in this room can't be good for my recovering heart patient, Greg.

Greg: Oh, I'm fine. Miss Cooney and I were just having a minor disagreement.

David: Huh. And I didn't even know you two knew each other. What's the connection?

Dixie: Nothing. You can't help.

David: All right, we're alone. What's going on?

Dixie: Nothing.

David: Dixie, come on. I know you. Something is killing you, and if it has to do with Madden, I can help.

Dixie: Oh, you want to help me? The way you helped with J.R.? You set it up so that my son would see me again for the first time in a casino bar with me looking like a drunken slut. Is that your idea of help?

David: I am not proud of the way things played out with J.R. Let me make it up to you. If you want information out of Madden, look no further. You don't even have to tell me what it's all about. I can get it for you, Dixie.
 

J.R.: It doesn't matter why Dixie stayed away. The point is she did. Excuse or no excuse, she's off the pedestal. I really don't give a damn about her anymore.

Babe: You know that's not true. No matter how much alcohol you drink or how high you build that wall around your heart, you love your mama and it kills you that she stayed away. And turning your back on me isn't going to change that. J.R., you can cut out every single person in your life that you've ever cared about, but it'll still be there. What Dixie did to you will always sting.

J.R.: I feel so much better.

Babe: No, no, J.R. You don't have to go at this alone. I am right here for you. I -- I am 100% committed to you and to this marriage, and I need you to believe that. If I was going to take off with Little A, don't you think I would've already done it by now? I love you. I've never seen our son happier than he is right now. He has the total package -- a mom and a dad madly in love. Why would I ever take that away from him? I don't want to. I have done life without J.R., and it sucks. Now that I have you back, I don't plan on ever losing you ever again.

J.R.: Has your mother ever lied to you? Not just lied -- has she walked away and told you that she needed to find herself?

Babe: No. She never has.

J.R.: No. Of course not.

Babe: J.R. I hate seeing you like this. I know that I can't make up for what Dixie did to you. But I can apologize for every single time that I let you down. And I -- I don't know how many ways I can say this, but I promise you I will never be the cause of your suffering ever again. Please just say you believe me. J.R., please! I will do anything. I'll -- I'll take a lie-detector test. I'll -- I'll shove bamboo shoots under my nails. Heck, I'll drink a gallon of my dad's truth serum -- anything.

J.R.: It's cool, Babe. We're cool I just need some more time.

Babe: No. No, J.R., wait, please! Where are you going?
 

David: Ahem.

Dixie: Look, David, the drug that you told me about on the way over -- will you just show me?

David: One of my more popular pharmaceuticals.

Dixie: How do you know it works?

David: You want references? Amanda Dillon, Jonathan Lavery. Both told the truth and nothing but.

Dixie: What do I do, just slip it in his drink?

David: With the right dose, you'll have Madden spilling every secret he ever had. Go ahead. Take it.

Dixie: What's in it for you?

David: What? You think I want to give this to you in exchange for sex? Come on. No strings.

Dixie: That is such bull, and you know it. You always want something.

David: You're right. I want your forgiveness.
 

Julia: Di told me that Dixie was still alive, and I'm totally shocked. I can't imagine what you must be feeling.

Jamie: Well, it's weird for sure. But it didn't hit me nearly as bad as it did J.R. and Tad. One thing I do know is if I do die, I want to take a header off a
cliff. It seems to be a sure way to get a resurrection. Come on, you want to laugh. You know you do. Come on.

Julia: Yeah, I do. It's funny in a morbid kind of way.

Jamie: Well, there goes my comedy career.

Julia: Oh, one joke? Well, that's a pretty short career.

Jamie: Maybe. But I still think I'm going to stick with being a surgeon.

Julia: Mm-hmm.

Jamie: I mean, I figure that way I get the best of both worlds. I can still tell cruddy jokes --

Julia: Hmm.

Jamie: And people are going to have to laugh, because I'll be holding a knife. Or not. Ok, thank you.
 

Reggie: She wanted to come out as soon as she found out he was here.

Lily: Why are you here? What's going on?

Jonathan: I love you, Lily, and I want you to be happy -- really happy.

Lily: I don't like the way that sounds, and you usually smile when you say that. Something bad is coming.

Jonathan: I thought I could make you happy. But I guess I was wrong. You need more than -- than I can give you right now. And the last thing I ever wanted to do is hold you back. You remember when we became friends, I told you I would never hurt you? Well, maybe if we run away together like we planned, just maybe you would get hurt worse than I imagined. And our love wouldn't be enough to get us -- to get us through the hard times. And I can't take a chance of hurting -- of hurting you, Lily. I just can't.

Lily: I'm ready to get on the train now.
 

Kendall: I go through life never forgiving, never trusting. I -- I attack everyone. I'm completely paranoid. I'm -- I'm selfish, I'm controlling. I'm a mess! Zach -- see? You're nodding. You know that I'm a mess. I'm a huge mess. I -- how can I possibly be a mother? I can't be a mother. My son deserves a normal mom. He -- he needs someone with normalcy. That would not be me. I -- he can't be forced to live with me. If he's forced to live with me, he'll be scarred for life. He'll see what a nasty, crazy creature I am, and it'll scar him, and I don't want to do that to him. I don't want to hurt my son.
 

Lily: I'm leaving Pine Valley now.

Erica: I'm going to miss you, Lily. But I'll call. And if you happen to catch "New Beginnings" and you see me blow a kiss at the end of the show, know that I'm
blowing that kiss right to you.

Lily: Ok. And I'll blow one back to you even though you won't be able to see me, and I won't be on TV.

Reggie: Um -- for you, you know, so you can always get in contact with your big brother, even long-distance. I'll always have your back, ok?

Lily: I know, and not in a literal way.

Ryan: Have a safe trip back to school, Lily.

Lily: I will. It's time for me to say bye to Jonathan. Would you mind if I shake his hand?

Jack: If you'll be comfortable doing that, that's -- that's fine.

Jonathan: Good-bye, Lily.

Lily: Bye, Jonathan.

Jack: Reggie, would you -- would you drive us to the station? Come on, sweetheart. It's -- it's time we go. I'll see you later.

Erica: Jonathan, I'm sorry. I really tried. I really did everything I could.

Jonathan: I know you did, Erica. Thank you very much.

Ryan: I know how hard that was --

Jonathan: Not right now, Ryan, ok? I need -- I need some time alone.

[As the car doors close, Jonathan steps outside. After the car starts and pulls away, Jonathan opens the note that Lily slipped into his hand and reads, “I have
a plan.”]
 

Jamie: Ok, well, if I ever decide to ditch a career in medicine, I'm definitely paying you to be in the audience.

Julia: I just -- I don't know what it is. I just always laugh at the dumbest jokes.

Jamie: Thanks. I'm really feeling the love here.

Julia: Oh, I'm sorry. Oh -- ah. Salvation.

Jamie: Oh, from the elevator or my stupid jokes?

Julia: Um -- oh, the elevator.

Jamie: Good answer.

[Julia giggles]

Jamie: You know, I am kind of sad, though, that this party's over. It's kind of nice getting out of the real world for a while.

Julia: Yeah. Hey, anytime. All right. Been nice laughing with you.
 

Jamie: Take care.

Babe: Jamie? I've been looking all over for you. I found J.R., but he's totally freaking. He thinks I'm going to bail on him the same way that Dixie did. I need you to help convince him I'm for real.

Jamie: Well, you're going to have to convince me first.
 

Dixie: You know, there's nothing you could offer me that would make up for what you did. You broke my son's heart. I'll get my answers from Greg Madden some other way.

David: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa, wait, wait, Dixie, wait a minute. Please, just -- just take the drug. I don't want anything from you.

Dixie: You expect nothing in return?

David: Not a thing.

[While J.R. peers through the cabin's window, Dixie takes David's vial.]

David: My God, you're so beautiful.

[David takes Dixie’s face into his hands and kisses her while a stunned J.R. watches.]
 

Zach: You'll hurt your son -- you really believe that?

Kendall: How can I be this angry and this negative and give my child what he needs? I'm like -- I'm like one big walking grudge. My baby
deserves to be loved the way that -- whoa –

[As the boat lurches, Kendall loses her balance and goes down, clutching her baby bump.]

Zach: Kendall, are you all right?
 

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

Julia: Is there some reason why Lily might get hurt?

Jonathan: Maybe.

Kendall: He hasn't moved.

Zach: I'll get the captain to radio ahead.

Dixie: What I need is this.

David: It's yours. Dose up Madden and find out everything you need to know about Kate.

[From outside the cabin, J.R. watches his mother interact with David.]
 

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