All My Children Transcript Tuesday 8/1/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
Lily: Why would my dad lie just to upset me?
Jonathan: I don't know. Can -- can you help me with these, Lily? I can't get the -- the inventory sheets to match up with -- with these sales receipts.
Lily: Well, have you checked for over-pourage, complementaries? What about breakage?
Jonathan: Well, you got me.
Lily: A whole case? I need to check on this right away.
Amanda: Oh, nice work. You're so good with her. You totally got her to forget about everything with her dad.
Jonathan: I just got her to focus her energy somewhere else.
Amanda: Whatever. It was great.
Jonathan: There's not always going to be a -- going to be a stack of receipts to put in her face every time something happens. I mean -- I have to get Lily out of Pine Valley.
Jack: I know if I do this, I'll lose my daughter.
Livia: You can't do it, Jack.
Jack: She'll never forgive me.
Livia: Hell, no one will forgive you if you go through with this, including me.
Jamie: Ok, so they sent a Coast Guard cutter to search offshore, and they think you're right -- it's Greg Maddenís plane.
Julia: I heard Josh hitting on a nurse once. He said he could fly her somewhere, that his family had a private plane. God, Jamie, what if it is him? What if he's --
Jamie: Dead? Wow, you'd think I'd feel bad about helping J.R. blow this whole thing wide open. But you know what? If Josh Madden is dead, I think I'll live.
Erica: The plane -- wrecked? Could -- could Josh still be ok?
Adam: You heard the lady. Answer the question. What about survivors?
Tad: Can you tell us anything?
Jeff: Has anyone been spotted?
Man: Nothing yet.
Adam: That's not good enough. I want answers! My daughter-in-law's on that plane.
Man: Sir, unfortunately, I don't have the information right now. As soon as I get it, you'll be the first to know. Anything new? I have some understandably upset family here. Yes, I know that's procedure. What? How far out?
Adam: I'm not going to just stand here and do nothing.
Krystal: There's nothing we can do.
Tad: So we wait.
Man: Everything, or just pieces?
Adam: Krystal -- Krystal, I'm sorry. I just -- I just completely went off without --
Krystal: No, it's ok. It's ok.
Man: The wreckage has been found about two miles offshore, near Sun Point Beach.
J.R.: I'm going.
Jeff: Erica --
Erica: Oh, I'm going with you.
Adam: Yeah, there's no way we're staying here.
Krystal: I know, let's go.
Livia: Jack -- Jack, this is ugly stuff -- to do to your own child? Lily will never understand.
Jack: You think I don't know that? You think this is something I want to do, Livia?
Livia: There have to be other options.
Jack: Let me give you the full story here. Jonathan Lavery is faking it.
Livia: Faking it? The whole mental --
Jack: That's right, the whole simpleton routine. It's all a lie. His whole life, it's a lie.
Livia: Do you have evidence of this, counselor?
Jack: Yes, counselor, I have evidence. I overheard him talking to his sister. No stuttering, no mental incapacity. It's all an act. You hear what I'm saying? It's all an act. This guy is as coherent and as cognizant as you or I.
Jonathan: Jack's figured it out. He's not going to give up.
Amanda: So what? He can do nothing if no one admits to anything.
Jonathan: And -- and I don't give a damn what Jack tries to do to me. But I will not -- I will not let him destroy Lily. I mean, she's finally happy. She's -- she's moving past being alone and almost attacked in New York. She has -- she has our whole future planned.
Amanda: Of course she does. She wouldn't be Lily if she didnít.
Jonathan: And this job -- you know, the two of us getting to work together -- it's definitely been the best thing that's ever happened to her. Now Jack wants to take this -- this world away from her. This -- this life that she's created for herself.
Amanda: Listen, ok? Jack has already tried to convince Lily that you are faking your mental status. She didn't believe him. Ok? The only other two people that know the real deal are me and Erin. She already covered for you. Anyone asks me, and I'm, like, "What? Jonathan's a little slow, really nice, but totally cured? I don't think so."
Jonathan: You don't know Jack Montgomery.
Amanda: Maybe not that well, but know me. I don't break that easily.
Jonathan: This is hard. Because Jack really does love Lily. I know that he loves Lily. I mean, he's not -- he's not doing this to get back at me. He's protecting his little girl. I understand that, but I just wish that he would realize that I am trying to do the same thing.
Jack: Livia, this is no longer a case of two special people who understand each other.
Livia: You don't think he's been doing this all along? I mean, he couldn't have been fooling everyone all this whole time?
Jack: I don't know. There are all those doctors' affidavits, all the expert testimony during that trial, where he beat those murder charges.
Livia: They couldn't have all perjured themselves. I met with them myself.
Jack: I don't disagree. But somewhere along the line, Jonathan Lavery got better. The problem is he didn't bother to let anybody know.
Livia: Except his sister.
Jack: Certainly didn't let my daughter know. Because he didn't want her to know. So now, she's in love with this innocent boy who needs her as much as she needs him. But that innocent boy, Livia, does not exist.
Livia: Jack, but Lilyís love does exist.
Jack: Jonathan's lying to her. He's -- he's taking advantage of her. It's not going to turn out the way she wants it to. He's going to break her heart. You know he will.
Livia: And your solution, Jack -- it's going to kill her.
Lily: The whole case broke?
Jamal: Yeah, you bet. Smash. Totally my bad. There was grenadine everywhere. Don't worry, I cleaned up all the red. Just guess there'll be a few less Shirley Temples around.
Lily: You know, you have to be really extra-special careful with that. It used up 22% of this month's loss and damage budget.
Jamal: Ok, will do. Huh. Do Kendall and her partners know what a crackerjack number cruncher they have working for them?
Lily: Does this have something to do with baseball?
Jamal: What? Ok, I'm lost.
Lily: You know the song. Buy me some peanuts and Cracker Jack.
Jamal: Oh, no, no, that's not it. It's just another way of saying how smart you are.
Lily: Oh, then yes, Kendall knows. She's my sister.
Jamal: Oh. Ok. Then maybe you can help me -- with that display.
Lily: What do you want to know?
Jamal: It just doesn't look quite right. Is it the shelf height, the glasses, or what?
Lily: It's the glasses. It's an uneven number of glasses. There's 17 there. There should be an even number, like 20. Symmetrical things look better to people's eyes.
Jamal: Yeah. You're right. You are smart.
Lily: A crackerjack.
Jamal: Yeah. You ever find me not making sense, Lily, just ask, and I'll try to explain.
Lily: Ok. Well, when Kendall fired the manager on the first day for being rude to Jonathan and me, you said that we had a lawsuit. What did you mean by that?
Jamal: Well, Willow couldn't have fired you. You were doing your job. She just didn't like the fact that the two of you are -- well, different. It's like this. You couldn't fire a tall glass for being too tall. That's just the way it's made. You can't ask it to be a small glass. Its job is to hold drinks, and it does just that. It's not its fault it's taller and not shorter. It's just different.
Lily: Jonathan and I are different. But we're different together. I have Autism Spectrum Disorder, and he has residual brain damage from a brain tumor.
Jamal: Well, the law states as long as you do your job, no one can fire you just because you're different.
Lily: I like the law.
Colby: Double shot of rum, right? Good try, I know. Thank you.
Girl: I'll take a piece of that action. Nice --
Girl: No way.
Colby: Yep. Totally plays for the other team. I found out last week when I met his boyfriend.
Girl: Lucky guy.
Colby: Yeah, don't worry. My gaydar didn't pick it up at first, either. Hey, I haven't seen you here before.
Girl: Oh, I actually just got into town. A little summer vay-cay.
Colby: Sweet. Whoa -- cabana boy at 8:00. Whew!
Girl: Very nice.
Colby: Yes. Single and straight. And he thinks I'm 19, so work with me here, ok?
Girl: Totally. So I actually just got home from college. Yeah, the finals were rough. But the frat boys --
Girl: Oh, they were smooth. Um -- excuse me. Am I burning?
Man: Not yet. You should get some lotion on that pretty soon, though.
Girl: Thanks a lot. Oops.
Jamie: What, am I supposed to feel bad for Josh? Wring out my pillow every night? Forget about everything he did to us, to you, to my family?
Julia: He's your family.
Jamie: Oh, just because I find out he's my cousin, now I'm supposed to slip him the secret handshake, grab a beer, and forget about everything? Well, you know what? No way. And if that makes me a jerk, well, I guess I'm a jerk.
Julia: You're not a jerk. I feel the same way. I just think maybe I should feel a little worse.
Jamie: Hey. A plane went down. It was Maddenís plane.
Julia: Josh may have been on it.
J.R.: Yeah. Babe was on that plane, too.
Jamie: What? No.
Dixie: I'm so sorry.Babe will be all right. We'll find her. Right, Adam?
Adam: I have every man that's available working on this.
Tad: Don't give up, J.R.
J.R.: Who said anything about giving up? I'm going to find my wife.
Dixie: Jamie, are you ok?
Jamie: I'll feel better when we find Babe.
J.R.: The four of us -- it's almost like we're --
J.R.: Why the heck did it take something like this for it to happen?
Jeff: Look, maybe this -- maybe this wasn't such a good idea. Would you like me to take you home?
Erica: Oh --
Jeff: What do you want me to do?
Erica: Get it over with.
Erica: "I told you so." We should have told Josh the truth weeks ago. It would have ken the power away from Greg Madden, from J.R. Yes, our son would have had a lot of trouble dealing with that news, but he'd be alive.
Jonathan: We can't stay here so that -- so that Jackson ends up discovering us and trying -- did -- did you get the inventory all figured out?
Lily: Yes, I'm a crackerjack.
Jonathan: Lily, I was wondering how you would feel about -- about moving to Boston.
Jonathan: Yeah. Well -- or as soon as we can.
Amanda: Boston is really nice in the summer. My mother took me there once when she was -- when she was better.
Lily: But we just got our new jobs here.
Jonathan: Well, I don't want you to give up on MIT and don't classes start soon? So we -- we'd better get moving. And we can have enough time to get an apartment, and I --
Lily: No, but I -- I haven't finished the application process, remember? I'm still applying for winter semester.
Amanda: Think of all that time you'd have for fun. To get settled, get new jobs -- all that good stuff.
Lily: If we left now, we'd never reach our budget goal.
Jonathan: Well, is there any way to maybe adjust our budget?
Lily: No, we need to stay here long enough till we have enough money to afford it. Right now, we're living in a free apartment, and we're both working and saving up. We'd have to stay here at least another five months to get all the money we need.
Jonathan: I was worried. I mean, that -- that's all.
Lily: About what? Our plan is going really well.
Jonathan: Well, your dad -- he really upset you.
Lily: I know, he did. I got mad, and a little sad. But he was wrong. And he's been wrong a lot lately. But as long as we do our job, and we do it well, they can't fire us. That's what the law says.
Jonathan: Ok. Well, then we're -- we're going to stay here and work.
Lily: Did you get that certificate of permanent occupancy yet?
Jonathan: No. No, but -- but I'll go downtown, and I'll -- I'll get it right now.
Lily: Good. I can cross it off my list.
Jonathan: Lily, I -- I love you.
Lily: I love you, too, Jonathan.
Jack: Well, I certainly never thought I'd be taking my own daughter to court and dragging her through a living hell like this.
Livia: Don't do it, Jack.
Jack: Livia, let me ask you something. Be honest with me. Do you really believe that Lily can make it through this life all on her own?
Livia: She's not on her own, Jack. That is the point.
Jack: No, Livia, that is not the point. The point is she's Autistic. She's easily frightened, she's easily manipulated. That pervert -- some guy in New York, all right, almost succeeded in getting her into his bed -- just by playing a mind game with her.
Livia: And that's horrible. But to label her like this --
Jack: I understand that. But she is with a grown man who's in full control of his faculties. He's lying to her. He's taking advantage of her. And I'm sorry, I don't care whose book you're reading -- that is not a marriage.
Livia: And how do you think your relationship with your daughter will ever recover from this? Let me talk to her. I don't know -- she likes me. Maybe she can hear me when she can't listen to you.
Jack: I really don't think that'll help.
Livia: Let me try.
Jack: Livia, Jonathan knows I'm on to him. Who the hell knows what this guy might do, ok? We don't have a lot of time here.
Livia: Jack, before you walk into a court and have your daughter labeled legally incompetent, annul her marriage, and break her heart, at least give me a shot. Please? Ok?
Girl: Thanks again. I didn't catch your name.
Man: It's Alan.
Girl: Nice to meet you, Alan. I'm Sydney. See you around, Alan.
Colby: Oh, nice job. I'd give that a nine. The strap drop -- oh, it was perfect.
Sydney: Like the "bend and snap" -- works every time. Oh, I hope I wasn't crashing on your party.
Colby: Oh, no worries. I mean, there's plenty of cute guys to go around. I'm actually eyeing the one at 4:00.
Sydney: Ooh, the one with the briefs?
Colby: Advertising too much?
Sydney: Ah, guys should be in board shorts, end of story. Awesome suit, by the way.
Colby: Oh, thanks. Her, on the other hand -- ha! Hello? Is that her mom's suit?
Sydney: Not going to get any action that way, sweetie. What about her?
Colby: Who? Oh, bad nose job or pasty whitesville? Hmm.
Sydney: Somebody needs a tan in a can. How much do you think Daddy paid for that nose, anyway?
Colby: Not enough. I swear, I gave that suit to charity four years ago.
Sydney: Should have stayed there four years ago.
Sydney: Oh. What about that guy?
Colby: Mr. "Look at me -- I'm not trying to look desperate"?
Sydney: Hmm, that's the one.
Sydney: Honey, desperate is so not working.
Sydney: Put on another face, like loser. It's sad, really.
Colby: Oh, gosh. Hey, I could get my snack on about now. You want something?
Sydney: Sure. How about we find another cute waiter?
Colby: Sounds good.
Livia: Hello? Anybody? Lily?
Jamal: Just me. Hi, Mom.
Livia: Jamal, what are you doing here?
Jamal: Busted. I've been in town a while now.
Livia: You have been a few miles from your home, and you haven't even picked up a phone? God forbid, walk through the door?
Jamal: I just didn't want to surprise you until I had the whole thing figured out.
Livia: Whoa, whoa, whoa -- you figured out? What do you got to figure out? Do I need to sit down? Do you need a lawyer?
Jamal: Relax, Mom. There's a movie playing in your head right now, and you got to skip right to the ending -- me in debt to some loan shark, or -- wait, let me guess. It's me, my girlfriend's baby daddy.
Livia: Oh, don't tell me, Jamal. Did you -- you didnít.
Jamal: Or it's every parent's worse nightmare -- that I've done nothing with my life but mooching off of you and moving in.
Livia: Stop it, please. Just stop.
Jamal: It's all good, Mom, I promise. I'm going back to law school. I'm finishing this time, too. Just working here to make some extra cash.
Livia: And you're not moving in?
Jamal: Sorry, Mom, that would just cramp my style. And yours.
Livia: Do I even want to know what your style is?
Jamal: Probably not.
Livia: You are just full of surprises. And there is something you are not telling me.
Jamal: It's nothing, Mom, I promise.
Livia: You know, I am still your mother, and I always know when there is something up.
Jamal: Glasses, Mom. Bottles, limes, olives -- that's it.
Livia: I -- I just -- it's not like you to not call me this long.
Jamal: Yeah, I know. I'm sorry about that. It's just things have been a little hectic.
Livia: Well, your father and I have been very worried.
Jamal: Well, it's not like I ran off and joined a cult or a circus.
Livia: All right. You're not telling me some part of this story, but I'm very glad to see you.
Jamal: It's good to see you, too, Mom. So what brought you in here, anyway? It sure wasn't running into me.
Livia: Hmm, no, I just wanted to talk to somebody.
Jamal: Well, we're talking. You mean, about something specific?
Livia: Yes. Jonathan Lavery.
Jack: Erica, where have you been? I've been leaving messages for you all morning. Listen, when you get this, give me a call, will you, please? It's really --
Jonathan: Can -- can you tell me where to get a -- a permanent oc -- occupancy certificate?
Officer: Over there, pal.
Jonathan: Oh. Thank you.
Jack: Didn't expect to see me here, did you?
Jeff: I can't take the higher moral ground here.
Erica: Don't, Jeff. Just don't. I could never stand pity. You know that. Just -- just say it. Just say you were right.
Jeff: I didn't hold back the truth from Josh because you asked me to. I could have looked him in the eyes a dozen times and told him I was his father.
Erica: Why didn't you?
Jeff: I was afraid he'd blame me.
Erica: You? You didn't even know about the pregnancy.
Jeff: Maybe I'm to blame for that. You couldn't trust me anymore. You couldn't come to me and be honest with me. I failed you, and I failed our marriage. I failed the family we could have had. And I failed our son.
Adam: I don't care how much it costs. I want more men out there, now! Damn it!
Krystal: Why don't they tell us something --
Adam: What possessed Babe? Why would she do this? Run off with that hairbrained son of a --
Julia: Adam Chandler, you say one more thing to blame this on Babe, and I swear to God, I will pick you up and throw you in that ocean. Nobody needs to hear that. Not Babeís husband and certainly not her mother.
Adam: Yeah, what do you have for me?
Dixie: J.R., you know, we've all made mistakes. I've made more than my share. No matter how far apart we've been -- and I don't mean just physically -- I never felt that we stopped being a family. Maybe a little dysfunctional, yeah, but I never gave up on the four of us. And I'm not going to give up on Babe, either. We'll find her. We just have to stick together. Just hang in, ok?
J.R.: Thank you, Mom.
Adam: Got it. They found the cockpit. The Coast Guard found a cockpit well out to sea.
Adam: It was empty. But the seat belts had been undone.
Adam: No, no. They had been unbuckled.
Krystal: What does that mean?
Tad: It means they may have survived the impact and got out.
Jamie: What about life jackets or a life raft?
Adam: No, they've -- they haven't found any of that.
J.R.: Why not, damn it?
Adam: It's a good sign, J.R. They're on top of it.
Dixie: There's hope.
Julia: You know what, I'll be right back.
Jeff: Did you hear that? That's good news. There's still hope.
Jeff: Erica, if -- if you still intend on taking all the blame for this, I insist on taking a piece of the action. I waited too long to decide. I wanted to -- I wanted to know for sure exactly what would happen. I never expected this. You were always the risk-taker. I was the one who wanted proof, certainties before I'd make a move. I always admired that in you. And I think that Josh was starting to admire me, too -- as Dr. Jeff Martin. Maybe I was afraid about losing that relationship. I'm sure I would have. I mean, as a doctor, I could keep track of him and look after him, give him advice and he'd listen. As a father, he can walk out the door and never see me again. And that bothered me. It still does.
Erica: What do you think, Jeff? You think it's too late? You think we've come to this point, and we've lost our chance to be his parents?
Jeff: I don't know. I wish I had the answer for that. All I know is that I can be here with you, care about you and our son.
Dixie: You know, Tad, I've been trying to call you all morning.
Tad: Yeah, I'm sorry. I was kind of busy.
Dixie: Understandably, but I may have some good news. Zach and I visited a storage locker that belonged to Greg Madden.
Tad: Slater again? Why am I not surprised?
Dixie: Tad, that's not the point. There were pictures in there -- tons, of children Madden had adopted out or brought into the world or fathered. I may have a picture of Kate.
Jack: So tell me, Jonathan -- why are you doing it?
Jonathan: I have to get some papers back to ConFusion, Jack.
Jack: Explain it to me. Why are you still pretending?
Jonathan: And -- I don't know what you're talking about.
Jack: Sure you do.
Jonathan: All I know is that Lily is very upset. Why are you doing that?
Jack: Because I'm on to you, Jonathan. I heard you talking to your sister when you didn't think anybody else was around. You dropped that mentally deficient act altogether. Pretty amazing.
Jonathan: People don't like made-up stories. Lily especially doesn't like made-up stories, Jack.
Jack: Lily doesn't like liars, either, Jonathan. So where does that leave you exactly?
Jonathan: I ha -- have to go now.
Jack: You may be fooling my daughter, but you're not fooling me for a minute.
Jonathan: You make Lily very unhappy. And I do make her happy. Can't you see that?
Jack: I'll tell you what I see. I see a grown man well into his 20s lying to an 18-year-old Autistic girl to keep her in a romantic relationship.
Jonathan: If -- if you can't understand how we feel about each other, that's not my fault.
Jack: Let me tell you wh-wh-wh-what else I see, Jonathan. I see that you're no different than that monster in New York that lied to her to get her into his bed.
Jamal: Jonathan's a good guy. He's not the sharpest knife in the drawer, but he did have brain surgery, after all. But he's harmless.
Livia: He wasn't always.
Jamal: Yeah, well, I don't know about that. I haven't been in town that long, Mom.
Livia: He's a good deal older than her, though.
Jamal: Yeah, maybe in real years, but I don't think those two function in real years.
Jamal: I mean, you know she does quadratic equations in her head? I wish I had her next to me in high school Calculus. I never knew she was that brilliant when we were kids back in my Little League games.
Livia: And Jonathan hasn't had any moments of surprise brilliance?
Jamal: Not one bit. Why?
Livia: I don't know -- just something I heard, that he was getting better.
Jamal: Not that I've seen.
Jamal: But he and Lily do really work well together as a team, though. She makes up for what he's missing and vice versa.
Livia: So you really think that they are for real?
Jamal: Oh, definitely. Totally in love.
Livia: And you haven't heard Jonathan say anything that would --
Amanda: Why are you asking questions about Jonathan and Lily? Is this because of what her dad was going off about?
Livia: I'm just curious.
Amanda: Because last time I checked, this wasn't a courtroom, and we're closed. So if you're here to pick up where he left off, you can go.
Livia: Excuse me. I did not come here to upset anyone.
Amanda: Well, Lily is my friend and so is Jonathan, and I don't want any more trouble for them.
Livia: I did not come here to cause any.
Amanda: Good, because I have never seen someone love a woman the way that Jonathan loves Lily, and anyone trashing him or how much he loves his wife will have to answer to me.
Colby: So, I'm thinking the theme for my Sweet-16 party should be celebrity gossip --
Colby: And my dad can have some of them come!
Sydney: Or we could dress up as famous couples.
Colby: Hmm, not so sure, but I'll definitely fly to New York to get my dress.
Sydney: Ooh! I'm with you on the dress. I just -- I don't know. I don't see Pine Valley as being the runway to the world, but it's pretty cool that we'll be able to celebrate our birthdays close together.
Colby: I know, and you only turn 16 once, so my party is going to be a total blowout.
Sydney: Oh. I don't care if he is gay. Just because you can't buy does not mean you can't window-shop.
Colby: Hmm, I like to buy.
Sydney: Well, this one's my treat. You catch the next one.
Singer: And I know so well trust me, baby, I can tell
Colby: You sneaky little bitch!
Dixie: Kate has to be in those pictures.
Jamie: When do we start looking through them?
Dixie: As soon as we find Babe.
Dixie: There were code numbers on the back of each one.
Tad: How many pictures are there?
Dixie: There were a lot. Madden may have had the parents that he helped send in a picture a year. You never know.
Tad: Dixie, exactly how many is "a lot"?
Dixie: I don't know -- hundreds, maybe a thousand?
Jamie: That's a lot.
J.R.: But totally worth it if we could find Kate.
Dixie: Yeah. It's a long shot, but there's hope.
Jeff: Look, it can't be too late. I refuse to believe it. I want my son to know me as a father.
Erica: Look, I just can't stand this waiting any longer. It's driving me crazy.
Jeff: All right. Let's head out to the Coast Guard and call the FAA.
Erica: Oh, that's a great idea.
Jeff: Let's light a fire under this rescue effort. Come on.
Amanda: Jonathan takes care of Lily, and he makes her feel safe. Hey, Lily.
Lily: Hi. Hi, Livia.
Livia: Hi, Lily.
Lily: Did my dad send you here to talk to me?
Livia: No. I came here to talk to my son. And you're going to be coming by the house for dinner real soon, honey, aren't you?
Jamal: You bet. You make the best meatloaf in town.
Livia: You look really happy, Lily.
Lily: I am. I love being married.
Livia: No unexpected surprises?
Lily: Well, sometimes Jonathan forgets to put the milk in the refrigerator.
Livia: Nothing else?
Lily: What do you mean?
Livia: I don't know. Sometimes people have an idea of what marriage is going to be and then it turns out to be something completely different.
Lily: Oh, then, yes, it is really a lot different.
Livia: Oh. And you're ok with that?
Lily: Yeah, I'm more than ok. I never thought that it would ever make me feel like this.
Livia: How's that?
Lily: Like I'm not afraid of anything anymore. When I'm with my husband, Jonathan, I feel like I can do anything. Everyone should feel like this.
Livia: That's really wonderful -- they should. And you're happy and that's really what's important. Well, don't work so hard, you guys. See you soon.
Jamal: Bye, Mom.
Jonathan: Lily is very upset, Jack, and she doesn't believe you anymore. She believes me.
Jack: Don't you worry about that. I'll show her you're lying.
Jonathan: If you lose Lily for good over this, well, then it's all your fault.
Colby: Why are you signing on the Chandler account? You're no Chandler. Who the hell are you?
Winifred: Sydney, Sydney! I thought I told you to return Mr. Chandler's bag to the club and then come right home. Hello, Miss Colby. I -- I didn't see you.
Colby: How do you know this chick, Winifred?
Winifred: She's my niece, Sydney.
Colby: Your niece?
Sydney: You're Adam Chandlerís daughter?
Winifred: I was hoping the two of you would get along. Sydney is going to be spending the summer with us, Miss Colby.
Livia: Jack? We have got to talk about Lily. Now, I'm going to ask you to think really long and hard before you have her declared legally incompetent. I think you might've misunderstood what you heard.
Jack: I didn't misunderstand anything, Livia.
Livia: Well, I just talked to Lily, and I talked to the people who work with her. And I have to tell you in my heart, I believe that she may have really found --
Jack: I appreciate it, but never mind, ok? It's already done.
Livia: What's already done?
Jack: I knew nothing would change and I -- I didn't think I could afford to wait.
Livia: Oh, Jack, please say you didnít.
Jack: I just filed the petition. The court's already set a date for the hearing. I'm taking my daughter to court to have her declared mentally incompetent.
Julia: Hey, guys, here.
Dixie: Thank you.
Julia: Yeah. J.R., drink some water, stay hydrated. It's hot out here.
J.R.: Thank you.
Jamie: Can never stop being a nurse, can you?
Julia: I try not to. Ok, guys.
Adam: It's about time.
Tad: Any news?
Krystal: What about Babe?
J.R.: Have you found my wife?
Jamie: What can we do?
Dixie: Please tell us that you have something.
Derek: I don't have any news on the plane crash. That's a matter for the FAA, the NTSB, or the Coast Guard right now. I'm here on other official business.
Adam: If your business isn't finding my daughter-in-law, then get lost.
Derek: There's been a break in the Greg Madden murder case. I'm here to make an arrest.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Aidan: Annie McDermott, I presume, and the reason I couldn't find her.
Zach (to Kendall): You're upset because I tried to help Dixie find her daughter.
J.R.: I don't even know if my wife is alive or dead.
[Josh and Babe lie unconscious somewhere on a beach.]
Derek: Dixie Cooney Martin, you're under arrest for the murder of Greg Madden.
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