All My Children Transcript Monday 6/5/06
Proofread by Gisele
Bianca: All right, Kendall, this has gone on long enough. No more. You're going to get up out of this bed, and I'm going to tell you how it's going to be.
Zach: Hey. Any news from the hospital or anything on Kendall?
Derek: No word yet.
Zach: I got to get out of here.
Derek: You know, normally I'd be pretty ticked off if an arrestee used some kind of juice to skirt the process, but since Kendall needs you, I'll pass on being upset.
Zach: I got to get back there.
Derek: You're one step closer. Livia's on her way down here with a judge and an ADA.
Zach: Down here as --
Derek: This cell. You're going to be arraigned right here, right now.
Tad: Madden? Where the hell are you?
Dixie: All of his stuff is gone. He's already left.
Tad: Can't be too late.
Dixie: He could be out of the country by now.
Tad: Well, if he's trying, he couldn't have gotten that far.
Di: You're back. How did it go?
J.R.: Did you find her? Did you find Kate?
Dixie: You know about Kate?
Tad: Aidan said you were watching Madden. Where is he? How could he have gotten out of here?
Di: Greg left, but Del is following him.
Tad: Del? Del?
J.R.: I told her that Del couldn't handle this.
Jamie: Yeah, he hasn't checked in yet.
Di: Del wants to find your daughter, too. You can use all the help you can get.
Tad: Del couldn't pour water out of a boot if the instructions were on the heel. What the hell were you thinking?
Di: Well, we were thinking that we were helping you and Dixie, Tad.
Dixie: It's ok, it's all right. Thank you very much. We -- we can use all the help we can get.
Di: Del won't let Greg out of his sight. He's on top of it.
[While Del lies unconscious on the floor of the airport’s cargo area, Greg watches over an unconscious Erica in his plane.]
Greg: It's time to say farewell to Pine Valley, and not a moment too soon. Finally we're together as we should've been from the very beginning.
Jack: No, no, no, no. We can't be too late. You can't be married, Lily.
Lily: No, Dad, there's nothing you can do about it now.
Lily: I'm Mrs. Lavery.
Reggie: Can't you just take back what you just did, huh? Call it a mistake or something?
Lily: But it’s not a mistake.
Jonathan: Lily wanted to get married -- uh, we both did.
Aidan: Hey, maybe we should talk about this somewhere else, huh?
Jack: No, we're going to deal with this right here and right now. I'm not walking out that door with this marriage legal.
Lily: Then you'll be in this room a very long time. Jonathan's my husband, and I'm his wife, and we'll be together till death do us part.
Jack: Sweetheart, may I please talk to you? Please?
Aidan: Jonathan, how about we give Lily and Jack a minute, huh?
Jonathan: Hmm --
Lily: No, don't go anywhere. I won't talk to you without my husband.
Jack: Sweetheart, I was so worried about you. Are you ok?
Lily: I'm fine, now. But I'm married to Jonathan.
Reggie: Oh, God, can this get any worse?
Aidan: Reggie, just let your father handle this, all right?
Jack: I love you so much. You have a whole family who loves you.
Lily: Well, I'm married now, so Jonathan’s our family, too.
Jack: You know how much I love you, Lily. I was so scared for you. I was so frightened that something had maybe happened to you, that you've gotten in some kind of horrible trouble.
Lily: Well, I was in trouble. But then Jonathan came to save me and once he was there, I was all right again.
Jonathan: I -- see, I told you. I told you that I would take care of you.
Lily: Look, together we can do anything. That's what married couples do -- they take care of each other.
Jack: I know you have feelings for Jonathan. I know that he makes you happy, and you know that I have had a difficult time accepting that. But I also know that you're growing up.
Lily: I am grown up. I had my birthday, and I'm 18.
Jack: I know that. That's why I'm trying so desperately to accept your relationship with Jonathan.
Jack: Lily, I want you to come home, ok? Now, we can talk about this. We can talk about you and Jonathan being a couple, but this time we can do it right -- with supervised dates in public places, because this getting married, it's just too much. I mean, it's happened way too fast. We can get it annulled, you know, right now.
Lily: No. I'm legally married.
Jack: You simply can't be.
Lily: If that's the way you're going to feel, I'm not going to go home with you. I will not leave without my husband.
Tad: Del's not answering his phone.
Di: Well, maybe he turned it off so that he could focus, or maybe he didn't want to be heard.
J.R.: Is it really true? Is Kate alive?
Jamie: We have a sister?
J.R.: Dr. Madden gave us some BS story about how she was dead.
Jamie: Yeah, he showed us a death certificate.
Tad: Yeah, I know. I could kill him.
Dixie: Your sister is alive. And it's my fault that she's gone.
J.R.: He stole her.
Dixie: No, not exactly. I -- let him talk me into signing her away.
J.R.: Well, I don't get that. It was your daughter. I mean, how could you let anyone talk you into giving her up?
Dixie: I know. Uh, I -- you have every right to feel the way you do. It's a very complicated story, and I can't get into it right now, ok? Suffice it to say that I was wrong. I was very wrong, so I have spent these last few years searching for her. That's why I stayed away. I couldn't come home until I found her.
Tad: I'm going to find her. He's not going to get away with Kate.
J.R.: You could've told me.
Dixie: I'm so sorry.
Jamie: Look, why didn't you just come out and --
J.R.: No, no, you know, it's my fault, too. I didn't let you tell me anything about her.
Tad: Di, did you hear him talking to anybody, mention anything about where he might be going?
Di: No, I got nothing. He just disappeared with Del.
Tad: Yeah, well, I'm not about to let him get out of town.
Jamie: Wait, he has a boat.
J.R.: On the river?
Tad: No, at the yacht club. It's called the Regeneration.
Di: Catchy name.
Jamie: Yeah, it's not some little dingy, either. You could definitely take a long vacation on that thing.
Tad: Well, you two get on that. I'm going to check out the airports.
J.R.: Don't worry, we'll find him.
Jamie: And our sister.
Dixie: What are you doing?
Tad: Checking out all the passenger manifests for today, find out what he's doing. Come on, you SOB. Where are you?
Greg: This is 65 Quebec. I'm still not getting three greens on the landing gear. I've run the preflight check. Yes, I've tested the breakers and the LED. I think I may need to have a mechanic come out and -- and check my front wheel base. As soon as possible, please. No, I have to get out this evening, so I'd like a mechanic here as soon as you can. All right. Thank you. We have a slight problem. It shouldn't be any trouble, though. By the time you wake up, Pine Valley will be far behind us and the Atlantic will be spread out before us. And we'll be well on our way to our new life.
Bianca: Mom thinks that she has this whole Kane women power thing cornered. Ha. How many times has she told us that story of how she faced down a grizzly bear? Now, I'm -- I'm not doubting Mom’s strength one bit. In fact, I always used to feel sorry for the bear. I mean, our mother can take down a whole pack of grizzlies, but so can we. And now we have to prove to her that we can match her. Right now, Kendall, open your eyes. Come on. We got to start weaving tall tales of our own. You know what we got to tell Spike? That -- that his mom faced down a tower of bricks way bigger than a grizzly. You got to help your little boy conquer grizzlies of his own. Oh, I see -- you think that you can wait me out. You think I'm going to just lose steam and shut up. Well, it's not going to happen, Kendall. I'm a Kane, too, and I haven't even begun to fight.
Zach: Thanks for making this happen.
Judge: Thanks? Your lawyer wasn't the one pulled out of dinner with his wife.
Livia: It's his anniversary. Ryan and I pulled out a truckload of favors for you, so please -- best behavior.
Zach: Ok. Any news from the hospital, Kendall?
Livia: Nothing yet.
Judge: Where is that ADA and the court reporter? I don't like people wasting my time.
Derek: They're on their way, Your Honor.
Livia: We will get you back to your wife as soon as possible.
Zach: Can I use your phone, please?
Zach: Thanks. Hi. This is Zach Slater and can you page Julia Santos Keefer for me, please?
PA Announcer: Julia Keefer, Line 7. Julia Keefer, Line 7.
Julia: This is Julia.
Zach: Julia, hi. Zach. Anything new on Kendall?
Julia: Well, there's -- there's no change, better or worse. We just have to keep watching.
Zach: How about the baby?
Julia: He's holding his own. And how about you?
Zach: I'll be a lot better when I'm back at the hospital with my wife.
Julia: Hmm. Any idea when that'll be?
Zach: Uh, Ryan and Livia -- they came through for me. They got the judge down here, and I'm about to be arraigned. If anything changes, just call me, all right? And if you can't get me on my phone, call Livia.
Julia: Will do. Good luck.
Josh: Dad, you still in here? What the hell are you doing in here?
Tad: Where's Madden?
Josh: Why? What do you want with him?
[Julia eavesdrops from outside Greg’s office.]
Tad: He stole my daughter.
Josh: What? My dad makes babies. He doesn't take them.
Dixie: Well, he took our baby.
Tad: And we're not alone. There's no telling how many dozens, even hundreds of lives he's destroyed.
Di: He left and no one knows where he went or why.
Dixie: We have to find him.
Tad: I'm not much for medical diagnosis, but I consider your father a monster who lives to destroy people's lives.
Josh: Who are you to come in here and make all these accusations about my father?
Tad: I need answers.
Dixie: We have to find him, Josh.
Tad: He knows where my little girl is.
Josh: No. Look at you -- talk about sick? It's in your eyes. You want to lynch first and ask questions later? No way, I'm not giving you any rope.
Di: They just want answers.
Josh: No. For all I know, you guys are trying to blame all your troubles on someone who did nothing but try to help you. He's my family, I'm not turning on him.
Tad: Don't talk about family. You don't know anything about family. You owe this family.
Josh: What the hell are you talking about?
Lily: Jonathan and I are going to stay married. He loves me. And while I've been in New York, I've realized that I really love him, too. I'm an adult now.
Jack: I know that. I wasn't able to see or talk to you on your last birthday. It was an awful feeling. My heart almost broke not knowing if you were ok, if you were even alive. Please come home.
Lily: We're going to Boston. I'm going to MIT. We have a plan and a budget. And we even have back-up plans. We'll make this work.
Reggie: Lily, you can't just walk into MIT and say, "hey, I'm a smart kid, sign me up." You have to apply, you have to write essays, get recommendations, and on top of all that, you have to get accepted -- not to mention tuition, Lily. Dad, the last time I checked, she doesn't have an extra 30 grand laying around the house.
Lily: Well, I'll get loans. It's an investment in my education. And the rates are currently very good.
Reggie: In the meantime, what are you going to do, hmm? You don't know what you're in for. You're headed into some new big city with this dimwit to take care of you.
Jack: Reggie, Reggie --
Jonathan: Um -- I wish that you could understand how -- how Lily and I feel about each other.
Aidan: I think we all know how you two feel about each other.
Jonathan: We protect each other, ok? Hmm, we support each other. It's like -- it's like with us being together, we're better people ourselves. Jack, you've felt that, haven't you?
Jack: Jonathan, you want me to understand this, but you're trying to take my daughter away from the people who love her, the people she loves.
Lily: Well, you were sending me back to boarding school. You were getting rid of me anyway.
Josh: What do you mean, I don't know who my family is?
Tad: Josh, you can't hide behind the word "family" if it means protecting a man who tears families apart, who takes advantage of women, who talks them out of their children.
Di: He wants to decide who gets to have a child and who doesn’t.
Dixie: He took my daughter from me, and he won't tell me where she is, and he's done much worse to many other women.
Di: He almost got Kendall’s baby away from her.
Julia: And he tried to keep me from becoming a mother, too.
Josh: Where'd you come from, Keefer, and since when were you pregnant?
Julia: Well, I never would be if your father's lies hadn't been found out. Oh, and he also tried to convince Amanda Dillon to become a surrogate.
Josh: Well, that's just weird, but how is that illegal?
Julia: Josh, we're not the only ones who feel this way about your father. Talk to Erica.
Josh: Erica has been gunning for my father for a while.
Julia: Ok, talk to Ryan Lavery. Go to the jail and ask Zach Slater.
Tad: And now that he's been busted, he's disappeared, taken off for parts unknown.
Dixie: You have to help us, Josh, please.
Josh: No. This is still my father's office, and I want all of you out of here now.
Tad: Not without this.
Josh: What the hell is that?
Tad: Josh, I'm sorry. I know this is hard for you to understand. Someday you will. Where's Dixie? Dixie?
Di: I didn't see her leave. Wait, Tad, wait. I'm coming with you.
Julia: This sucks for you. I'm actually sorry.
Josh: For me? Don't be.
Julia: You love your father. You think he's gone for good, don't you?
Jamie: Here's my cell number. If you see Dr. Madden, please call me right away. Thank you.
J.R.: Madden's boat's still out there, but no one's onboard.
Jamie: Well, did anybody come or go lately?
J.R.: Well, not that anyone could tell me. He did have his tank topped off, though. He may intend to use it. Anybody see anything in here?
Jamie: Not today. I paged the club manager, though, so --
J.R.: Yeah. I wonder what she looks like -- our sister, Kate.
Jamie: Oh. Oh, brunette, adorable -- just like my side.
J.R.: You wish.
J.R.: I wonder if we'll ever see her.
Jamie: We will. We're going to find this guy, and no matter what it takes to get him to talk, he's going to tell us where Kate is.
J.R.: Jamie, maybe you should go home, let me handle this.
Jamie: And handle Madden alone?
J.R.: I've got nothing left to lose. It might take a lot more than just chitchat to get the truth out of Madden. I'm leaving my son with Babe. If I can give Tad and my mother a daughter and you a sister, I might be able to make something out of this mess I call a life even if I go about it the wrong way.
Jamie: Well, how about no freakin' way?
J.R.: Come on, Jamie. You hate me for what I did to Babe. I screwed you over again and again, just like I've done everyone else. I'm not letting you take the hit when it's so much easier for me. Look, you have a career, you have money, you have a good life. And what's the big deal if I'm the one to get the dirt on Madden? Keeps your hands clean.
Jamie: It matters because there is no way that I'm letting you go after Madden without me watching your back, because deep down, I know you've always had mine.
Greg: You've always thought it was Josh that kept you and I together. Not so. Now it's just you and me. And pretty soon, you will understand why -- why I picked you all those years ago.
[Plane takes off]
Greg: You and I remind me of an old German folk dance. Two people start out dancing together, then they separate, then they twirl around the room dancing with other people. At the end, they come back together. It's time now for you and I to finish our dance.
Jonathan: Lily, Jack wasn't trying to get rid of you when he was sending you away to school.
Jack: I was just doing what I thought was best. Maybe it was the wrong thing to do. I'm sorry.
Jonathan: He -- he was just trying to get you away from me.
Reggie: Yeah, no doubt about that.
Aidan: Listen, Jack, can I have a word? It looks like you're running out of Plan Bs here, mate. Now, right now, you have a choice -- you let Lily and Jonathan come back on their terms or you watch them get on the next bus to Boston.
Jack: Oh, how about C, "None of the above"? Aidan, this is unacceptable.
Aidan: Jack, if Lily leaves, you may never see her again, so accept it.
Jack: Sweetheart, you know, Reggie is right -- you can't just walk into MIT. And the application process to any college is going to take some time, so in the meanwhile, I want you to come home -- both of you, as husband and wife. I won't insist on an annulment.
Reggie: Are you kidding me? You --
Jack: Not for now, I'm not.
Lily: Well, if we come home, there's one more condition. And I know it would be really uncomfortable for you to have Jonathan living with all of us, so if we come back to Pine Valley, we're going to have to have our own place -- together.
Bianca: Ok. Tough talk didn't work. Time to try something else. Kendall, you helped me through the roughest time of my life. I just want to return the favor. God, I wish I could just give you a hug. Well, maybe I can. How about a little inspiration, huh? It's going to be summer soon. And I know that you’re hardly a sun worshipper, but you love the warm weather. You're going to love it. I'm already planning us a picnic, the perfect day.
[Bianca imagines a picnic with Miranda]: Oh, thank you, sweetheart. Come sit down. Mmm, they're beautiful. I've got an idea -- sit next to me. Let's share some of these with your Auntie Kendall.
Kendall: Hmm. Goodness, yes, I think I'll take this from you, because you know what your Auntie Kendall likes. Yes, you do.
Bianca: And she deserves lots of flowers, because she's the one who got you that puppy.
Kendall: Hmm. Very nice.
Bianca: Yes. Look at her.
Kendall: I know, she is such an angel. She's just like her mom.
Kendall: Now, why is there trouble written all over Spike's face?
Bianca: Hmm, well, there's good trouble and there's bad trouble.
Miranda: I want to see the little baby.
Kendall: Yes, yes, yes.
Bianca: You want to see the other baby?
Kendall: And then there's Kane trouble. Hmm, hmm, hmm.
Kendall: Oh, look at this, look at this.
Bianca: See, right?
Kendall: Say hello to Spike.
Kendall: I don't want this day to end.
Bianca: Oh, well, it doesn't have to.
Bianca: Haven't you seen the forecast? Sunny skies from here on out. Right, my handsome nephew? Isn't he handsome?
Kendall: Yes, he is. Oh, my God. Are we really two moms standing here in the park?
Bianca: Amazing, isn't it?
Bianca: You know, we can do anything we want. Wake up, Kendall. Open your eyes. See a new legacy. We're definitely ready to introduce a male into the Kane mix.
Julia: You've lost your father, haven't you? Josh, do you think he's done something wrong?
Josh: I'm not going to talk to you about my dad. It's my family, my business.
Julia: Well, let me tell you something about family, and I don't expect you to fully understand this because you're a guy. But to some women -- not all of them, but a lot of them -- having a child, having a family, becomes the core of who they are. Women like Dixie or me or now Kendall -- the life that they create becomes their very reason for existing, and that's what your father exploits. He makes women do whatever it is that he wants them to do, even if it goes against everything that they've always wanted. He makes them question their choices, the value of their lives, the worth of their souls. It's ugly, and it's wrong. And it's too late to go back and repair the damage that he's done, but maybe it's not too late to make some amends.
Josh: Amends? Who says I'm even buying any of this?
Julia: Josh, what -- what could all these people have to gain by making up stories about your father? I don't know all the facts about Tad and Dixie. I heard that for the first time today also. But if there's any way to rectify just one thing that your dad did, isn't it worth trying? Help them find their daughter, Josh. Help Tad and Dixie.
Di: Tad, will you wait?
Tad: Stop, all right? I don't need this right now.
Di: Maybe I can help. I mean, what did you find out? What's in the printout?
Tad: Madden is listed on a flight that's supposed to take off in an hour.
Di: Ok, that's good.
Di: Listen, Tad, I am sorry about Del, ok? He wants to help you, though, as much as I do. Something must have happened to him. And, Tad, I -- I'm sorry that you're going through all this with -- Kate. But, I swear -- Tad, look at me. If I had known, I swear I would've told you.
Livia: I'll post your bail, and you'll be out in a minute.
Zach: Thank you. I owe you one.
Livia: I'm praying for Kendall and for the baby.
Dixie: Oh, Zach, thank God you're getting out of here. You have to help me.
Zach: No, I'm going back to the hospital.
Dixie: No, Madden is escaping. Tad and I followed a lead to Kate. It turned out that Madden was behind it, and he is using it as an opportunity to slip away. He could be anywhere. He could be out of the country by now. Please, please help us before it's too late.
Dixie: Listen, I am really sorry. I know you have so much going on with Kendall and the baby. I wouldn't ask if it wasn't urgent.
Zach: Making sure Madden doesn't get away is urgent.
Dixie: We may never find him if he gets away this time.
Zach: Hi. Zach, again. Any news on Kendall? Ok. I'll call back. Madden won't get away.
Dixie: Who are you going to call?
Zach: Calling someone who's good at locating people. Hi. Zach. I need you to find Dr. Greg Madden for me. When's the last time you saw him?
Dixie: Um, I think he was at the hospital.
Zach: Pine Valley Hospital. No, no, no, you do whatever you have to do. Gloves are off. He's done enough to you, Erica, and Kendall.
Dixie: Thank you so much, Zach.
Zach: It's payback time.
Tad: I can only imagine the jerks you get in here sometimes.
Woman: Some people can be pretty horrible.
Tad: Hmm. I'm sure you're more than happy to help people if they're nice to you.
Woman: Sure, all the time.
Tad: Oh. Could you do me a favor? I got a really -- a friend, a business associate who's on this flight. His name is Greg Madden and I got to get some information to him. It's pretty important, for business? I wonder if there's any way you could just go on the plane for, like, five minutes, find Greg Madden, have him come out because this is a -- this is a real deal breaker.
Woman: I'd love to, but it looks like I can't.
Tad: You can't -- really?
Woman: Really. Dr. Greg Madden is a no-show and final boarding is about to be called. Sorry.
Tad: Thanks, anyway. Well, he could still show up.
Jamie: I can't even begin to imagine the kind of jerks you get in here someday -- acting like they own the place? They have no idea how much better you can make their time here, and I'm sure you can make things happen, pull some strings. Heck, you're probably the only person who even works around here. And from what I've seen, you probably look pretty good doing it, too.
Susan: Thank you.
Jamie: You're welcome. Do you happen to know a Greg Madden? He has a boat over there --
Susan: He's --
Jamie: Third from the end?
Susan: He's a wonderful man.
Jamie: You haven't heard him talking about planning a trip somewhere, have you?
Susan: I'm not supposed to divulge information on members' activities.
Jamie: And have you seen him on his boat lately?
Susan: I'm sorry. I can't.
Jamie: You can't or you won't?
Susan: Maybe a little of both.
Jamie: There's no worries. It's just that my aunt met Dr. Madden here at a party, and she's recently divorced, all fragile and stuff. Dr. Madden asked her out on some sort of trip, and I just wanted to make sure that she wasn't going to get played.
Susan: That is so sweet of you. I hope your aunt knows what a great nephew she has.
J.R.: She does. Don't worry.
Susan: You don't have to worry about that. Dr. Madden rarely goes out on the water with anyone. It's like his own special retreat, and I didn't hear anything about him going anywhere.
Jamie: That's good to know. My -- my aunt will be so happy.
Susan: Hey, leaving so soon?
Jamie: I'm afraid so. I actually have to get back to the hospital.
Susan: Are you a doctor?
J.R.: He's going to be.
Susan: Here -- if you ever want to go on a boat trip.
Susan: Dr. Madden might be at the airport.
J.R.: Really? Why would you say that?
Susan: Maybe he's taking your aunt on a plane trip. Well, he's got a private jet. He trades flying stories with my boss all the time.
Julia: Think about your own mother, Josh. Think about what it would've been like for her if she had given birth to you and then somehow, someone had tricked her into giving you away. Think of what that would've felt like. Tad and Dixie just want to know where their daughter is. Is -- is that so terrible? Where is your father going and how is he getting there? I'm sorry. This must be killing you. I didn't mean to make it worse.
Josh: He's got a private plane. My guess is he's probably already flown out of here.
Julia: Thank you.
Greg: I'm still waiting on maintenance to check my landing gear.
[Pounding on door]
Greg: Oh -- he's here now. Thank you. Oh. I'm glad you could make it.
Mechanic: Got a problem with your gear?
Greg: Yes, I'm not getting any green lights on my landing unit. It's urgent. I want to leave this evening.
Mechanic: In a hurry, huh? Let's take a look.
Lily: Well, all married couples live together. If you're going to accept us as man and wife, then you have to accept that, too.
Reggie: Dad, you're not seriously going to let this happen, are you?
Lily: I'm not going to come back to Pine Valley unless we can have our own apartment together.
Jack: There's plenty of room in our house, sweetheart.
Reggie: Yeah, there's plenty of room for this guy to try to take advantage of my sister. What? You're not in love with Lily. You're just some twisted psycho looking to get some, huh? You can't find a girl your own age?
Lily: Don't push him, Reggie.
Reggie: Oh, you can't find a girl your own age?
Jonathan: That's not it at all!
Lily: Don't hurt him. Don't attack him, please.
Jonathan: I love her!
Zach: No, that's it. That's Madden’s corporation. Regeneration, right. Ok, I'll call you from the car.
Dixie: What is it?
Zach: Did you know that Dr. Madden has a private jet?
Zach: Well, it's right here in Pine Valley --
Zach: And it's leaving tonight. Come on.
Tad: I just don't get it. Where the hell could he be? Wait a minute. I got it. I know where Madden is. You stay here in case he shows up.
Greg: Can you fix the hydraulics tonight?
Mechanic: Whoever serviced her last should be written up. That line isn't just loose -- it's completely sheared off.
Greg: Well, take care of me as soon as you can, and I will take care of you. It's very important I get out of here.
Mechanic: Keep your pants on. I'll do my best. I'd take my anger out on the idiot who last serviced her if I were you.
Greg: I'll remember that.
Mechanic: Any idea who he was?
Greg: I have a fair idea. I can assure you he won't work for me again.
Del: Ahem. Hello?
Di: Del? Is that you?
Del: Hmm. Mm-hmm. Where are you?
Di: I'm at the airport. Oh, my God -- where are you? I -- where's Madden?
Del: The jerk knocked me out with something.
Di: Are you ok?
Del: Yeah, I'm fine. I'm at the airport, too, in the -- in the executive terminal in the cargo area.
Di: Well, did you follow Madden here? Did he lose you?
Del: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. I -- I -- I helped him with his trunk, into his plane and --
Di: He's not taking a commercial flight?
Del: No, he's got his own jet, and that's the last thing I remember -- bam, and I wake up here.
Di: Oh, Del. We have to stop him. I'll be right there.
Del: Hmm. Whew.
Greg: Damn it!
Di: Oh, Del, there you are. Oh, God. Here, let me --
Del: I said --
Di: Let me help you.
Del: I said I'm fine.
Di: Yeah? Well, you don't look fine. What did Madden do to you?
Del: Who knows? I don't know if he's left yet. I --
Di: Ok. Hey, hey, hold up there, champ. Sit down for just a second.
Del: All right. Where's Tad?
Di: Well, I think he's probably figured out that Madden had his own plane, and he's probably around here somewhere.
Del: All right. Give me a sec, I'll be good to go.
Del: All right? We're going to find this guy.
Jack: Please come home.
Lily: To whose home?
Jack: I'll tell you what -- why don't you and Jonathan move into Greenlee’s old apartment? You can stay married and -- just come home. Come back, please.
Lily: Greenlee's apartment is really nice.
Lily: Thanks, Dad.
Jonathan: It -- it's more than nice. Thank you, Dad.
Jack: Let's not push this.
Reggie: All right, listen. I could understand the whole marriage thing, all right? But them -- you're letting them move in together? Are you seeing the same guy I'm seeing?
Jack: Reggie, if we do not go along with Lily’s decisions, she's going to walk out that door, and we're never going to see her again. Now, just -- let's just see how it goes when we get back to Pine Valley, ok?
Reggie: This is nuts. Lily doesn't even know about Kendall and the baby yet, does she?
Jack: Let's deal with one crisis at a time. We'll tell her all about that when we get home. Maybe there's been some developments on that front.
Reggie: The thing is, Erica must be going through hell.
Greg: We're going to leave very soon, darling. You are even more beautiful than you were when we first met. How is that possible?
[Knock on door]
Greg: Ah. At last.
[As Greg goes to open the jet door, someone knocks him out with a powerful blow.]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Tad: Has anybody heard from Dixie?
Tad: With Madden missing and Dixie out of touch, you got to remember, he's desperate. If she does catch up to him, there's no telling what he might do.
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