All My Children Transcript Monday 8/7/06
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Proofread by Gisele
Lily: Despite the chaos of the opening night of ConFusion, it seems to be a real success. My preliminary calculations total $400 more than we made the night before. And that's only in liquor sales.
Jonathan: No, Lily, not yet.
Lily: When? I didn't calculate a change in my schedule.
Jonathan: Well, I want to see your face when -- when you go in the door. There's a surprise in there for you.
Lily: I don't like surprises, Jonathan. Get rid of it. Or I'll never go in there again.
Ryan: I could have sworn that I heard your mom's car. Well, it's official. Your old man's losing it. I'm losing it. What? Think I'm a little too high-strung? Is that it? I know. No, no, it's just -- it's just that your mom -- she's got so much going on right now, that's all. You know, it's a lot for her. That's the only thing I'm worried about. You know, between --
Ryan: Between Erica and your pacifier falling and -- and you got a new uncle. Yeah, you got a new uncle. That's it. Is that better? New Uncle Josh, and your stepdad, it's just a lot. But I know -- I know I should just chill and have a little faith like you. Be more like you. I know. I know, I know. I'm trying. I'm trying. But the thing is -- the thing is I can't be happy unless your mom's happy, you know? So -- what's going to make her happy is getting Zach out of all that kind of trouble and getting him back with you two here. And if that's what she wants, then I am going to do everything in my power to make sure she gets that, ok? All right? And to make you happy? You have my word. I promise. Hey. I promise. I promise.
Zach: I'll get us out of this mess.
Dixie: I don't know, Zach. The evidence --
Zach: Yeah, don't worry about the evidence right now. Just lay down. Get some rest.
Dixie: I don't know if I could.
Zach: Just close your eyes for a minute. You don't have to look at this place.
Kendall: Zach and Dixie did not kill Greg Madden. What, are you on drugs, Tad? How can you even say that?
Tad: Yeah, that's it, I'm on drugs. Maybe I'm just tired. I'm really, really tired, sick and tired of being wrong, of being confused. Kendall, believe me, you don't want me on the case. I haven't been playing with a full deck for a long time.
Kendall: No, don't you try to back out of this, Tad. I am not leaving until you tell me everything you know.
J.R.: Did you talk to the captain? Is he going to let us go to shore?
Jamie: Sorry, J.R. Whatever you saw out there wasn't land.
J.R.: I saw land! I know I did. Babe!
[Sitting together on the beach, Babe and Josh kiss.]
J.R.: I don't care what the coordinates say. I know what I saw. I saw land.
Jamie: Fine, say that there is. Not only can the captain not find it, but he just warned me that there's some serious fog rolling in out of nowhere. So if you think it's hard to see now, why don't you give it a few minutes. You'll barely be able to make me out.
J.R.: I know what you're trying to do, Jamie, and you can forget it.
Jamie: Forget what?
J.R.: You're trying to get me to bag the search.
Jamie: I don't want you to bag it.
J.R.: And what happened to the captain pounding coffee, in it for the long haul?
Jamie: That was before the weather got bad.
J.R.: You know, I don't care if the visibility gets so bad that I can't see my own thoughts. I'm not quitting on my wife. Babe! Babe!
Kendall: You said that Zach and Dixie killed Greg. I want to know why. Come on, Tad, please? Please don't shut down on me. Please. You obviously know something and you're not telling me. Now, I need to know the truth here. What makes you think that my husband and your ex-wife buried that coffin?
[Dixie dreams that her daughter comes to her in her jail cell.]
Babe: No, Josh. No more.
[Babe refuses any more of Josh’s kisses.]
J.R. Babe! Babe, are you out there? Babe, can you hear me?
Julia: J.R., you see something?
J.R.: Please, God, no.
Jamie: What is it? What do you see?
J.R.: I see -- I see a body. I see a body.
Jamie: What? J.R.? What body? What --
Julia: What is he talking about?
Jamie: What's he --
[J.R. dives into the water with a loud splash.]
Jamie: J.R.? J.R.!
Julia: Oh, God.
Julia: Man overboard!
Jamie: J.R.? J.R., can you hear me?
Julia: Man overboard! There's got to be something that we can use.
Jamie: I can't see him.
Julia: A raft or a -- or a life --
Jamie: No, it's too dark.
Julia: What are you doing?
Jamie: The water's too choppy.
Julia: Jamie, what are you --
[Jamie removes his shirt and follows his brother into the water.]
Julia: Oh, God!
Dixie: Kate? Do you know who I am? I'm your mommy. I've missed you so much. I've been looking for you since you were a baby.
[As hundreds of children’s photos rain down in front of Dixie, the image of her daughter slowly disappears.]
Zach: Dixie? You all right?
Dixie: Kate --
Livia: The way we want things to be, or the way things are, 9 times out of 10, they're nowhere near close.
Ryan: So, Zach and Dixie --
Livia: Will be lucky if the judge even allows bail after they've been arraigned.
Ryan: Well, if anyone can talk them into it, I know you can.
Livia: Well, I appreciate your confidence in me, but this is a tough sell.
Ryan: No matter what -- no matter what it costs, no matter what you have to do, Kendall wants her husband home. I want you to make that happen.
Livia: That is the plan, Ryan. But you've heard the evidence against Zach and Dixie. It is darn difficult to argue around blood and fingerprint evidence.
Ryan: What are you saying? You think they actually did it? You think they buried Madden?
Livia: I'm their attorney. And unless I hear from them otherwise, I believe 100% in their innocence.
Livia: And somebody seems to agree with me.
Ryan: Yeah. What is it? What's going on? You think you're missing out on something? Is that it? Hey, have you -- have you officially met my son?
Livia: Oh, it's just never too often that one can see a new baby. Oh, look at that! Oh, sweetie, do you realize what an amazing dad you have?
Ryan: Oh -- believe me, I am the lucky one.
Livia: There's no denying that. But I really appreciate how hard you're working so that Kendall doesn't have to suffer.
Ryan: Spike needs his mom happy.
Livia: Well, if Zach is indicted and goes to trial, what Spike and Kendall are going to need more than anything is you, Ryan.
Kendall: I can do this all day. My husband pulls this stoic silent crud all the time. Eventually, I wear him down. I'll just wear you down, too.
Tad: Not if I kick you out first.
Kendall: All right, Tad, please, come on. Now, why did you tell me that Zach and Dixie killed Greg? Why, Tad? I mean -- I mean, you said it for a reason. You have a hunch, or you know something. So which is it?
Tad: Why should I know any more than you do? Hmm? You were at the station. You heard Derek. Kendall, I'm sorry. I was freaked. I don't -- don't -- I don't know why I said it.
Kendall: Well, you sounded pretty damn sure of yourself.
Tad: No, no, the only thing I'm sure of right now is I got a daughter out there somewhere that I thought was dead for four years. And I can't do a damn thing about it. I can't touch her, I can't hold her, I can't start a life with her, because I don't know where the hell she is. And my last chance of finding her got discovered stuck in a pile of dirt in a park not a few days back. And now, Kate’s mother is accused of doing it.
Kendall: Well, did she kill him?
Tad: I don't know. One thing I do know is when Dixie needed help the most, she didn't turn to her family. She didn't turn to me or J.R. or Jamie. She turned to your husband. To Zach Slater. Messiah to desperate, needy women all over the world. I mean, why not? That's -- that's his MO, isn't it? Playing superhero to Pine Valley’s prettiest? And if that's not enough to make you a little suspicious, try this one for size. They've had a pretty amazing connection since the day they first met.
Kendall: Ok, see, now you're making it sound like there's something going on between them.
Tad: Isn't there?
Kendall: You don't actually believe that?
Tad: Don't you?
Kendall: Come on, this isn't a game, Tad. I need you to be straight with me.
Tad: Kendall, I'm not the one who isn't being straight with you.
Zach: You don't look so good. You all right?
Dixie: Huh. I'm fine.
Zach: What happened? You have a bad dream?
Dixie: Just a dream. That's all it was.
Lily: Surprises can be bad.
Jonathan: No, not all surprises.
Lily: When my dad showed up to the courthouse to try to stop our marriage, that was a bad surprise. And then when I went to Aidan’s office and Terry was there, that was a bad surprise, too. And then when my dad came to ConFusion, tried to break us up by telling me that you've been lying to me, that was bad. So statistically, surprises haven't been very good for me.
Jonathan: Well, maybe I can show you that one is good. Do you trust me?
Lily: Ok. Since it's a present, too.
Jonathan: Ok. Ok, come in. Come in. Come in. Ok, you can look now. Surprise!
Lily: Are they for me?
Jonathan: That's what the card says. And they're the same kind of flowers that were in the bouquet you carried at our wedding.
Lily: Yes, I noticed that. But there are 14 more here than the ones that I carried during the ceremony. "Happy Anniversary"?
Jonathan: It's our "2 month, 5 day, 8 hour and" --
Lily: 22 minutes and 18 seconds.
Jonathan: So, was this an ok surprise?
Lily: It was beautiful. The flowers are wonderful. And very unexpected. Does everyone celebrate their "2 month, 5 day, 8 hour, 22 minutes and 18 second" anniversary?
Jonathan: No, just us.
Babe: You've said some really moving things to me tonight. You've -- you've really opened up, telling me how you feel about becoming a Martin and a Kane --
Josh: Let's not go there again, Babe.
Babe: Josh, please. You admitted to me how you feel about me.
Josh: That's because I love you, Babe. And if I can say it, you can, too.
Babe: I can, but I don't want to. And -- it's not that I'm not flattered or that I don't have some kind of feelings, because I do. I feel really close to you right now, Josh, and that's why I let you kiss me, but I love my husband. So that one kiss is all that's going to be between us. I hope you can accept that.
Josh: I can, but I don't want to. I want to be more than just friends, Babe. Much more. And if J.R. weren’t in the picture, you'd want it, too.
Julia: Oh. What the hell were you thinking?
Jamie: That I had to jump in after him.
Julia: What the hell was he thinking?
Jamie: How should I know? I got to him right before he went under. You know, sank like a bag of rocks.
Julia: He's not breathing.
Zach: We'll find your little girl.
Dixie: Do you have any idea how far I'd go to make that happen? What am I saying? Of course, you do. The night Madden disappeared --
Zach: Not another word, not in here. It happened. You said you wouldn't give up.
Dixie: Is giving in the same thing as giving up? Because that may be the only way I can be with her.
Zach: I -- I don't follow you.
Dixie: If I can only see her in my dream, then maybe I should just try to live in them. Maybe I should just let go of reality if it means that I can be with my daughter.
Kendall: Come on, Tad, you can't throw out these explosive statements about my husband and then back off. Now, just tell me, what do you think is going on between Zach and Dixie? What, do you think they're having an affair or something?
Tad: Let me put it this way. You know those women that can spend years of their lives and never have a date? That's not Dixie. That's not her problem. Not only does she have a line of men out the door who want to be with her -- take it from me, from firsthand experience, once she gets her hooks in you, you'll do anything for her.
Kendall: Well, I asked Zach if he helped Dixie bury Greg, and he said no. Are you telling me he's lying to me?
Tad: It wouldn't be the first time, would it? In any case, this is something for a judge and a jury to decide. You would be wise not to rush to judgment until they do.
Kendall: Ok, would it just kill you to give me one straight answer?
Tad: You want a straight answer? Fine. How's this? Stop. Drop this. Don't ask any more questions. Go home and have a life with your kid. Don't dig yourself into a hole you won't be able to get out of.
Kendall: What the hell does that mean?
Tad: It means if you insist on looking into whatever there is between Zach and Dixie, I guarantee you, you won't like what you find.
Jonathan: Lily? Hmm -- it's late. Are you -- are you going to come to bed?
Lily: No, I wasn't tired, so I decided to rework my schedule. I'm sacrificing two hours of sleep to finish my MIT application. All I have left to do is my essay.
Jonathan: Well, what are you -- what are you writing it on?
Lily: My new normal.
Jonathan: I've -- I've never heard of a -- of a new normal.
Lily: I know, I just made it up. How does this sound for an opening statement? "If you had asked me a year ago what 'normal' was, I would've told you that normal was everyone but me -- everyone without Autism Spectrum Disorder. I also would've told you how badly I wanted to be normal. But then I met my husband. Now I have a new definition of 'normal,' and it's much better than being like everyone else. Because finally for the first time in my life, I'm happy being me."
Jonathan: That's beautiful, Lily.
Lily: Well, it's 75 words, and the essay has to be under 500. But that's going to be difficult, because there's so many things I want to write about -- like how you used to be the other kind of normal before you became more like me.
Jonathan: Well, I think this is going to be an excellent essay. Maybe I -- I can stay up and -- and help you count the words.
Lily: I'd like that, even though I'd probably count them all faster by myself. Would you go back to being the way you were before your brain tumor was taken out, if you could?
Jonathan: Hmm -- I didn't think of myself as normal then. I don't think I found normal until I found you.
Ryan: There she is.
Ryan: You know, I was pretty close to sending out the dogs to look for you. Of course, Spike told me I was -- I was overreacting.
Kendall: Smart kid. Ahem -- where is the baby genius?
Ryan: Oh, he just went out to shoot some pool.
Ryan: I just -- I just put him down. Do you want to talk about it?
Kendall: Oh, I -- uh -- I wouldn't know where to begin, honestly. My brother is missing -- he might even be dead. My mother has -- she's completely freaking out about it. Bianca -- I have no idea how to get in touch with her, so she doesn't have a clue what's going on. And then seeing my husband in jail, arrested on suspicion of murder, and hearing all of the evidence against him --
Ryan: Whoa, whoa, whoa, whoa.
Kendall: Is really too much for me right now.
Ryan: Whoa, whoa. Whoa.
Kendall: But I'm fine, Ryan. I really am fine.
Ryan: Yeah, yeah, you look fine.
Kendall: I am, I'm fine. I'm -- I'm tired, ok? I -- it's been -- I've been really busy, it's been nonstop since the whole ConFusion opening.
Ryan: I understand.
Kendall: So --
Ryan: So we'll talk later, ok? Right now, I want you to relax.
Kendall: Ryan, I'm fine.
Ryan: Relax. I'm serious, sit back.
Kendall: I'm telling you I'm -- all right.
Ryan: Come here.
Ryan: Come here, take your shoes off.
Kendall: I am.
Ryan: I want you to put your feet up -- that's a good idea. Put your feet up, shoes off.
Kendall: Oh, I --
Ryan: There you go. I want you to cover yourself up here, all right? I want you to relax.
Kendall: I don't need -- I'm --
Kendall: Hold on, hold on --
Ryan: Relax, relax, relax. That's it.
Tad's voice: If you insist on looking into whatever there is between Zach and Dixie, I guarantee you, you won't like what you find.
Zach: I see. So you want to live in a dream. You want to imagine Kate, you don't want to hold her and know her. You don't want to stick it out and find the real deal.
Dixie: I'm tired, Zach. I can't do this anymore. I can't take it another day.
Zach: All you have to do is concentrate on this. Fight. I'll get us out of here.
Tad: You ought to listen to him, Dixie. After all, he's brought you this far.
Dixie: Hey, did they find Babe?
Tad: No. There's still no word yet.
Dixie: Oh, God. J.R. must be a wreck.
Tad: Yeah. There's a lot of that going around lately. As a matter of fact, I just came from having a conversation with your wife. She's positively paranoid. She wanted to know if I thought you'd be willing to kill for Dixie.
Zach: If you did anything to upset my wife, I --
Tad: I didn't have to do anything to upset her. You did. And as far as being upset is concerned, she's nowhere near as upset as I am.
Dixie: Why? I mean, you don't think that we actually --
Tad: Why shouldn't I? Tell me, why shouldn't I? The last man on earth that could lead me to my daughter is dead, and all the evidence points directly to you two.
Dixie: Come on.
Tad: No, what do you mean, "Come on"? I am tired of being played by you. Especially now that I know.
Dixie: What do you know? What do you think you know?
Tad: Oh, come on. Think. The night that Madden disappeared, you and Zach --
Zach: No more, that's enough.
Tad: Slater, I haven't even started yet.
Jamie: Hey, way to almost get us killed.
J.R.: I thought -- I thought I saw a body. I thought I saw my wife floating by.
Jamie: It was a piece of wood.
J.R.: Don't think that I won't go back out there if I see something else.
Julia: Not a chance. You should be in a nice warm cabin where you can get some serious rest. I'll be right back.
J.R.: I'm not going in the cabin.
Jamie: Damn it, J.R., you almost drowned.
J.R.: Yeah, but I didn't! My wife is still out there, and I'm going to find her alive. She's got to be alive. I can't live without Babe.
Babe: We have a great connection, Josh. The only disconnect is that it's 100% platonic on my part, and that's the way it has to stay.
Josh: Why don't you tell me you're not interested one more time? I don't think I've heard it enough.
Babe: I'm not trying to rub it in or make you feel cruddy. I'm just trying to be perfectly clear that I will not cross that line and jeopardize my marriage. I've done it before, and it was a mistake, and it set J.R. and me back a thousand steps, and I won't let it happen again.
Josh: Well, how do you know there's not something better than J.R. waiting for you?
Babe: Josh, if you won't accept this -- I -- I know I can't force you to, but if you don't, once we're rescued, I won't be able to spend any more time with you, because I won't lead you on, and I won't let you pursue me.
Josh: You're serious? You'd completely cut me off?
Babe: Your call.
Josh: There's no way I'm going to let you go.
[In her sleep, Kendall hears loud hammering outside her condo.]
Kendall: Oh, my God, could you be more annoying? What the --
[Kendall dreams that Zach is hammering together a wooden coffin while Dixie watches approvingly.]
Zach: He deserves it, Dixie. Greg Madden took your daughter. Can't let him get away with that.
Dixie: I'm so lucky to have you, Zach.
Kendall: Zach, what's going on here? You -- you can't do this. You can't bury -- you can't bury him alive!
Zach: Let's do it. Let's put him in the ground with the maggots where he belongs.
[Kendall gasps as she jolts herself awake.]
Ryan: Hey -- you ok?
Kendall: They did it. Zach and Dixie killed Greg. And then Dixie smiled this really evil little devilish smile, and then that's when I knew, Ryan. That's when I knew that they really did it. Zach and Dixie buried Greg Madden alive. I know they did.
Ryan: Kendall, come on now. Dreams can be freaky, I -- I admit that. Sometimes it feels like real life is a hallucination, but it's a dream. It doesn't mean anything. It certainly doesn't mean that they're guilty of anything.
Kendall: Tad thinks they are.
Ryan: He said that?
Kendall: Yes. Yes, he said that -- that Dixie has a way with men, and she totally bewitches them and gets them to do whatever she wants.
Ryan: Well, you just came from Zach. You saw him in jail, right? Did you ask him if he did it?
Kendall: Of course -- this is me we're talking about. Yes, it's the first thing I asked him.
Ryan: Well, then what'd he say?
Kendall: He said he didn't do it.
Ryan: He loves you, all right? If he said he didn't do it, he didn't do it. Forget about Tad. Listen to your husband.
Zach: If you want to throw accusations around, you do it on your own time. Dixie's had enough. Leave her alone.
Dixie: Wait a minute, Zach. I want to hear this. What is it you think you know? What do you think Zach and I did the night Madden disappeared?
Zach: Dixie. Stop.
Tad: Wow. That's really amazing. He just snaps his fingers like that, and you fall right into line. I guess you two -- the one thing that still perplexes me is how you could possibly be stupid enough to leave your fingerprints on the inside of that coffin. That's -- that's just a rookie move.
Zach: A move that I would never make, and you know that. We're being set up.
Dixie: Tad, I don't understand. I mean, we were on such good terms on the beach, you and me and J.R. and Jamie. We were like a family again.
Tad: So did I. I had hope until you two buried it.
J.R.: I can't give up hope. I have to believe that she's still alive out there, Jamie, that I'm going to find her and bring her home to my son.
Jamie: Listen, I will stay on this boat another year if that's what you want. But you have to promise me something -- you take Julia’s advice and you get some rest.
J.R.: Look, I told you I'm not going to go in that cabin!
Jamie: You don't have to. Stay up here. I'll keep a lookout while you sleep, and I will wake you the second I see anything.
Julia: Stand up a second.
Julia: We, this isn't exactly a feather bed, but I think it might be a little more comfortable.
Julia: How's that?
J.R.: That's pretty good. Thanks, Julia.
Jamie: Yeah, thanks. Just close your eyes and relax. You don't have to worry about anything, J.R. I will not take my eyes off that water until we find Babe. I promise you.
Babe: I love my husband and that's never going to change, so if you don't think that you can live with us being friends and only friends, then we're going to have to say good-bye once we're rescued.
Josh: Well, I don't like not being able to be more than just friends, but I'll take what I can get. I don't want to lose you. I mean, you're by far the best friend I've ever had. But we better shake on this whole friends thing before I go back on my word. Friends?
[While Lily works on her application, Jonathan sleeps on the sofa and dreams.]
Jonathan: [Voice echoes] Lily? Lily? Where are you? Lil -- Lily? [Minor echo] "Tell your wife, the woman who loves you, who you really are. Use your full vocabulary, and you explain to her why you've been pretending to be someone you're not. You might be fooling my daughter with your lies, but you're not fooling me."
[Jonathan gasps as he wakes up with a start.]
Lily: Jonathan, you were making funny sounds in your sleep.
Jonathan: [Normal voice] Um -- I had a bad dream.
Lily: About what?
Jonathan: Hey, I dreamt that I -- that I -- that I lost you, then when I came home to the apartment, it was empty, and you left me.
Lily: Well, I usually dream in equations, so it would be difficult for me to understand what your dream would mean or why you would have it. But I do know that it will never come true.
Jonathan: I hope you're right, Lily.
Lily: I am right, Jonathan. I will never leave you. At our wedding, we said "till death do us part." And although no one can predict time of death, we should at least have 50 years together -- well, that's barring any hazardous accidents or health issues. Hundreds of thousands of anniversaries, just like you promised me. And you never break your promises.
[Surf crashes as Babe lies on the sandy beach dreaming. Babe gasps when J.R. wakes her with a kiss.]
Babe: J.R., you found me!
J.R.: Thank God. I've been looking for you everywhere.
Babe: I thought I'd never see you and Little Adam again.
J.R.: Well, I'm here, and our son's waiting for you. You're never going to lose us again.
J.R.: And I'm always going to keep you safe.
[Josh takes Babe into his arms as she sleeps.]
Babe: Oh. Hmm. J.R.
Jamie: How lucky are you?
Julia: Why do you say that?
Jamie: Well, you get with me and look what happens. First, you get a reprimand from my grandfather for something that you didn't do, then you get total grief from my newfound cousin who, by the way, is the reason that we're stuck out in the middle of nowhere freezing our buns off at the crack of dawn. Oh, and then you spend the night reviving my wigged-out brother after he nearly drowned by jumping into the ocean to save a floating piece of wood. Yeah, I say it again -- how lucky are you?
Julia: Pretty damn lucky.
Jamie: Pretty damn insane.
Julia: Me? You're the insane one. You're the one who jumped into the water to save J.R. You could've drowned. You seriously almost stopped my heart there.
Jamie: Come on. After all those late-night swims in the ocean with you, I was completely prepared.
Julia: You joke. I don't want to lose you, Jamie.
[J.R. dreams that he saves Josh in the boat.]
Josh: Oh, jeez.
J.R.: Where is she? Where's Babe?
Josh: She's gone.
J.R.: What do you mean, "She’s gone"?
Josh: She went under! I couldn't save her.
J.R.: You're lying to me! Where is she? What did you do with her?
Josh: She's dead! You lost her, just like you lost your mother, just like you lose every woman that you love. You don't deserve them, so they go away.
Jamie: Hey --
Jamie: J.R., J.R., J.R., wake up.
J.R.: Whoa, oh, whoa -- what? What is it? What happened, what happened? Did you find her?
Julia: No, not yet, but the captain has spotted a small island.
Jamie: Babe could be there.
Jonathan: Lily, it's perfect. I mean it, it's perfect. I know it. You're going -- you're going to get accepted for sure.
Lily: Thank you. Well, I managed to keep it under 500 words -- it's 487 to be exact. Do you think it'll be interesting to someone that doesn't know us?
Jonathan: Yeah. No, you -- you wrote it so beautifully that, I mean, anyone would love this.
[Knock on door]
Lily: Oh, it's really early for visitors.
Man: Are you Lily Lavery?
Lily: Yes. Thank you.
Jonathan: What is it?
Lily: A petition has been filed to declare me incompetent.
Dixie: Zach and I are innocent. I don't know how many other ways to say it to convince you.
Tad: Luckily, you don't have to convince me. You just keep taking care of her exactly the way you have been, through thick and thin. Zach's your guy now.
Ryan: And when'd you find that out? Have they set a time yet? Believe me, I'll tell her. I'll tell her right away, ok?
Kendall: Rachael, I didn't know you were here already.
Rachael: Ryan let me in. Is Spike sleeping?
Kendall: He is.
Rachael: I'll go check on him.
Kendall: Who was that?
Ryan: That was Livia. She's been to the courthouse. Zach and Dixie are about to be arraigned.
[On the island, Jamie, Julia, and J.R. come upon Babe and Josh sleeping in each other’s arms.]
>> On the next "All My Children."
J.R. (to Josh): Just because you're some sort of roundabout family member doesn't give you a free pass. You mess with a Chandler or Martin, you pay the piper.
Kendall (to Ryan): Does Tad know something? There is some huge reason why he thinks that Zach and Dixie are guilty.
Dixie (to Zach): They might have enough to put us away.
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