All My Children Transcript Tuesday 10/24/06
Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele
[Sitting in front of his fireplace, David stares at the roaring fire and recalls some of his past altercations.]
David's voice: Do you have any idea how much Greenlee loves you, how much she is willing to help you? Are you so stupid, are you so egocentric that you're going to disappoint her again? Do you realize what kind of a loser that would make you?
Ryan: Are you looking for trouble, Hayward? Are you? Because you've found it.
David's voice: What Dixie and I shared had nothing to do with you. She made love to me. I was the only one she wanted. And I'll tell you this -- it was the sweetest night of my life. Ugh!
[David remembers Tad punching him.]
Dixie's voice: Yeah, I can't do it, so you have to let me go.
David's voice: No, Dixie. How could you mean that --
Dixie’s voice: I mean it.
David's voice: After everything that we've shared with one another?
Dixie's voice: It's for the best.
David's voice: No!
Dixie's voice: Let me go!
David's voice: No, it's not for the best. I need you -- don't you understand that? I need you.
Di: Hey, what are you guys doing?
David: Stop. Wait a minute! What are you doing?
[David recalls the time that Jamie and J.R. almost dragged him over a balcony.]
Di: Call him off right now!
Babe's voice: Hey, I don't want to explain to Little Adam why his --
David’s voice: Somebody help me stop this!
Babe's voice: God.
J.R.’s voice: You get the message now? You know what? I don't think I'm feeling sorry for him.
David's voice: Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait -- yes, yes, I did it!
Sean: What was that load you handed me at BJ’s?
Colby: I'm sorry. I can't hear anything.
Sean: Our night on the yacht. Was I really your first?
Colby: Why? So you could brag to all your friends that you cashed in Colby Chandler’s V-card?
Sean: No, you idiot. I want to make sure you're ok.
Jamie: Uh -- it's ok. I get it -- we're done. Things don't have to be weird every time we see each other.
Julia: It's -- it's fine. It's ok.
Jamie: Did you need something?
Julia: Yeah, I -- well, I came to talk to your dad. Do you know where he is?
Jamie: Uh, I just stopped by to see if his lead on Kate panned out. I was just leaving him a note.
Julia: Yeah, I really -- I need to talk to Tad. I may have set him up for a fall.
Tad: Where is she? Where's Emma?
Ryan: What the hell are you doing here, Tad?
Tad: You know, I was just wondering the same thing. It's kind of a nasty surprise finding both of you here, camped out in the woods.
Zach: Hey, Junior. Did you make a wrong turn? The tables are downstairs.
J.R.: I'm not playing games, Slater. Thanks for not committing murder on my mother's behalf and getting her thrown into prison.
Zach: You're welcome.
J.R.: How do you feel about kidnapping?
Annie: Keep your voices down. Emma is asleep in the other room.
Tad: No problem. Would you like to try and explain this?
Ryan: Hayward's DNA test on you is a complete crock, Tad.
Tad: Maybe. But these aren't the results of Hayward’s DNA test. These are the results of a test that Annie had run, on her and Emma.
Aidan: And she had them done in New York during her divorce.
Tad: This is why you took off, isn't it? You've always known you're not a match. So, if you aren't Emma’s mother, who is?
Dixie: Hi. Um -- I'm really sorry for coming by so late. Is Spike asleep?
Kendall: If you want my husband, he's at work at the casino.
Dixie: No, I didn't come here to talk to Zach, really. Um -- I need to talk to you.
J.R.: My mother was with the girl at the Miranda Center. When Annie saw her with her, she flipped out, she took off. She took the kid with her.
Zach: Well, I'm sorry to hear that.
J.R.: I have a call in to Tad to see how the search is going.
Zach: Tell him I said hi.
J.R.: Hayward is the problem.
Zach: He's always the problem.
J.R.: He's been cheerleading this whole Emma thing, putting crazy ideas into my mother's head.
Zach: I can't make your mom not believe Hayward. It's her choice.
J.R.: Hayward told my mother to kidnap the girl herself.
Zach: What do you want from me, Junior?
J.R.: I'm trying to talk to her. I'm trying to -- to get her to see straight, to trust Tad, but she's not listening. She's going to get herself --
Zach: What do you want from me?
J.R.: Just promise me you're not going to help her do anything stupid.
Dixie: I figured the worst that could happen is you'd slam the door in my face.
Kendall: Oh, that's still possible on your way out.
Dixie: I wouldn't blame you, ok? I was crazy to say that I would try to take Zach from you.
Kendall: Crazy and wrong. Is there a point to this?
Dixie: Yes, I -- I'm -- I said some really horrible things to you, and I just wanted to come by here tonight and apologize.
Kendall: Well, I said some awful things to you, too. And I'm -- I'm sorry for that.
Dixie: Thank you. I really totally understand.
Kendall: So, is there something else?
Dixie: My child.
Annie: I am a mother, not a scientist, not a doctor. I can't explain this DNA test except to say that it's a mistake. Emma is my daughter.
Tad: I'm sorry, Annie. But under the circumstances, your word's no longer good enough.
Aidan: That DNA test compared 16 genetic markers. It's 99.99% accurate.
Ryan: Medical records are confidential.
Tad: Oops. I forgot.
Ryan: Really? Well, did you forget that anything you obtain illegally is inadmissible in a court of law? I bet you didn't forget that, Tad. You crossed the line here.
Tad: Don't talk to me about crossing the line. I came to you as a friend. I begged you for your help. And instead of giving it to me, I find out you've been hiding her?
Ryan: I wasn't hiding her, all right? I wasn't -- I wasn’t. I was trying --
Aidan: All right, there's a really easy way to settle this. Ok, we'll take some samples from the two of you and the little girl right now. And, Ryan, you can follow me to the lab to make sure nothing gets tampered with.
Ryan: Stop, stop. Stop. Annie doesn't have to explain -- Annie doesn't have to prove anything.
Aidan: Yes, she does.
Ryan: No, she does not. She doesn’t. This is completely your call. The law is on your side -- your side, all right? You don't have to do anything.
Sean: Look, I never would've done -- I never would've been with you if I'd known it was going to be so important.
Colby: What's important? It's over, it's done. You're with Sydney, right?
Sean: No, I just -- I just didn't know it was going to be such a big deal.
Colby: Who says you were?
Sean: I didn't say I was. It should've been more important than that.
Colby: Well, if it was so important, people wouldn't do it in the back of cars or on boats.
Sean: Yeah, well, if I had known, I would've told you to wait until you were in a real relationship with a guy that really mattered.
Colby: Why? So I'd go all virgin on you, be pathetic and beg you to love me?
Sean: No. Because I would've made it nicer.
Julia: So, the year-old DNA test proves that Annie isn't Emma’s mother, not biologically.
Jamie: So, wait, wait -- so what you're saying is she could be my sister, Kate?
Jamie: Oh. Uh -- sorry.
Julia: It's ok.
Jamie: Um -- my dad knows about this test?
Julia: Well, there's a problem with the test. When I showed it to David Hayward, he was -- he was surprised. Why should he be so rocked if he knew that Emma was Kate? He should've been dancing an "I told you so" around me, but he didn’t. Why would he be shocked at information he supposedly already knew?
Jamie: David's a twisted jerk. Nothing he does is normal.
Julia: Yeah, but it's not just David. Why would Annie order a DNA test if she knew that Emma was adopted? It's just not logical.
Jamie: Oh. Damn Hayward -- if he is messing with Dixie again --
Julia: You know, I feel bad sending Tad out there with any hope of finding Kate. Something just doesn't add up.
David: My God, you are so beautiful. Do you know how proud I am to know that I actually helped bring you into this world?
Babe: That is very sweet of you. Why are you sitting here in the dark?
David: It's easier to think -- see the past, maybe even the future.
Babe: Think about what?
David: Oh, just about all the useless people in this town -- huh -- people like your husband. Always complaining that the world has played some dirty little trick on them. Huh. And everybody always using other people to justify their own behavior.
Babe: Note to the pot from the kettle.
David: I tried to reach out and help, Babe. But any time I do, any time big, bad Dr. Death reaches out to help anyone in this town, he's always out for blood. I never get credit for a damn thing.
Babe: What is it that you want credit for?
David: You know -- huh -- they deserve exactly what they get. They certainly asked for it.
Babe: Asked for what? Dad, what are you going to do?
David: What makes you think I'm going to do anything?
Babe: Don't act all innocent, Dad. You've never been innocent. Mama said that you came by the house all worked up about J.R.
David: Yes. I'm worried about my daughter.
Babe: You don't need to worry about me. I don't need to be protected from my husband.
David: J.R. will hurt you again, sweetheart.
Babe: I'll be fine. You don't need to fix my life. J.R. and I, we're committed to each other. I'm staying married to him, and we're even talking about maybe having another baby. I'm really happy with him, Dad.
David: If you're so happy, why are you cheating on him?
Jamie: So Annie didn't know for sure she wasn't Emma’s mother?
Julia: Why else would she order a DNA test?
Jamie: Ok. It also doesn't change the fact that Greg Madden was her doctor.
Julia: Well, his name is on the birth certificate that he delivered the baby.
Jamie: Oh, what does "delivered" mean to a guy like Madden? He could've done anything in his lab or in the delivery room. He could've switched Annie’s baby with Dixie’s before Annie even left the hospital.
Julia: Madden did love to play God. Maybe he decided that Annie would be the superior mother.
Jamie: Well, thanks for the warning. Well, I got it from here, so don't worry.
Julia: Well, I can't help that.
Jamie: It was good of you to get involved, to look out for us.
Julia: How could I not?
Annie: Thank you for the nice trap, but no, I don't need any test.
Tad: Annie, it's not a trap. The last thing I want to do right now is take a child who isn't mine. The only thing I want is the truth.
Annie: I can't help you find your little girl.
Tad: Can you really live with this? I mean, never mind my feelings -- try to imagine, just for a minute, what Dixie has been through for the last few years. No, seriously -- look at me. When she woke up in that hospital, and she realized that she was going to survive, she didn't come running back to Pine Valley, back to her family, back to an entire town of people who loved her. She started roaming the world like a ghost looking for a child that had been taken from her, looking for redemption, forgiveness -- not mine, her own. I can't -- I can't begin to imagine what she's been through. But I know that right now, she's back, and she's got me, and I am going to help her find the truth one way or another. Now, either Emma is our child or we got to keep looking either way, I'm all right with that. What I'm not all right with is having to watch Dixie spend the rest of her life looking for a child and knowing that there might be a chance that that's Kate. Please. At least put her mind to rest. You're the only one who can do it. Annie, I'm begging you, just take the test.
Colby: How would you have made my first time nicer?
Sean: Well, for one, it would've been just you and me, alone -- not on a boat with a bunch of drunken jerks.
Colby: But you were having fun with those drunken jerks. You know, I didn't see you turn down all those body shots.
Sean: Look, there's a difference in having a good time and something --
Colby: And what -- something beautiful?
Sean: Something you'd always remember.
Colby: Oh. Yeah, I'll always remember.
Sean: Were you ok, after?
Colby: No, I wasn't because of what you said -- "That's great, let's get a beer"? You know, that's not exactly something that you always dream about hearing. What did I expect? We weren't in love. We were just doing it, and it was a stupid thing to do.
Sean: Yeah. Nice, but -- stupid.
Colby: Oh. You know, you grow up your whole life with people telling you not to do it, to wait, to save yourself until you're in love. But then you think to yourself, "Well, if it's so awesome, why shouldn't I?" That this will change your life forever. But nowhere in -- in your mind do you hear "Let's get a beer." And then you do it and it's done and you think, "That's what was supposed to make me feel so special?" You were a good time. Next.
Sean: I didn't know.
Colby: So it was about the party?
Sean: It always has been for me.
Colby: Hmm. I -- I don't understand what's the big deal about it. You hear so much about sex that it has to mean something to somebody. Did we miss something, Sean?
Sean: Maybe we did. Hey. You want to start over?
Adam: Ah, how about the library for a little tea and privacy?
Dixie: I imagined finding my daughter so many times and suddenly it's not a dream anymore, and I don't know what to say to her. I -- I don't know how to help her make the transition. I mean, how do I help her accept that I'm her real mother?
Kendall: Why are you asking me this? I'm not exactly the expert on parenting yet.
Dixie: No, but you're probably the one person who might understand how she feels.
Kendall: Oh. My mom.
Dixie: Yeah. I know Erica gave you up, and I gave up Kate. And I know that adoption has been a major issue in your life. I know it screwed you up for years.
Kendall: Thank you.
Dixie: No, no, no -- oh, come on now. I didn't mean it like that. Look, Kate is going to find out much sooner than you did the truth of her life. What if Erica suddenly showed up when you were 4?
Kendall: Well, I think it would've answered a lot of questions for me. I never felt like I fit in with my parents, so I think things would actually have started to make sense. Do you even know if Emma feels out of place?
Dixie: She seems happy.
Kendall: Ok, well, then I can't imagine that she would want some stranger coming up to her telling her that she's her real mommy.
Dixie: Well, but it has to happen, so I don't -- how do I make it easier on her?
Kendall: You talk as if you're certain of this. I mean, are you sure this is really true?
Zach: Don't do anything stupid. That's not really your mom -- it's more you, isn't it?
J.R.: I don't care what you think about me. I'm not asking you to find Kate.
J.R.: You used to be loyal to my mother.
Zach: I still am.
J.R.: Look, I don't know if this girl is my sister or not, but my mother thinks so. Hayward's not helping.
J.R.: We both know my mother will follow anyone's lead who she thinks can help her find Kate, and that was you five minutes ago.
Zach: That was five minutes ago.
J.R.: Just talk to her, calm her down, coax her off the ledge. She might listen to you.
Zach: And five minutes ago, you wanted me away from Dixie. Must be really desperate.
J.R.: Do you even give a damn about my mother or is she just another alibi to you? You put her up here, you kept her from her family. What happened?
Zach: I do care about Dixie, but not the way you think. And, yes, you are right about Hayward.
David: Happy wives don't sleep with other men.
Babe: I am not sleeping with Josh. Who told you that?
David: Oh, just a little bird who's in the know. It's not a secret, Babe.
Babe: Colby. She's a spoiled teenager who's jealous of my friendship with Josh.
David: Don't, please, please don't do this to me. I am not judging you. In fact, I'm all for it, anybody but J.R.
Babe: No, I am not going to stand here and let you trash J.R. It's none of your business, David. You should stay out of it.
David: Josh is brilliant. He's completely devoted to you. He would do anything for you. Why do women always turn down men like that, men who love like that? Add to that that Josh has never tried to kill you like J.R. did.
Babe: Oh, God.
David: He's practically a saint compared to J.R. Why wouldn't you want to be with him?
Babe: Because I love J.R., because he's my husband. I am staying with him whether you like it or not, so just back off of him. Just leave us both alone.
David: You can't even share the truth with your own father?
Jamie: Care to share the lie about finding my sister?
Tad: Annie, we are going to get that DNA test, with or without your consent.
Annie: Look, I am very sorry for Dixie’s loss and for yours, but I can't fulfill her life by sacrificing Emma.
Tad: It doesn't have to be like that. We're not trying to yank your child away from you.
Annie: Oh, Dixie already tried to do that!
Ryan: Hey, Tad, she's made up her mind.
Tad: Shut up. Just give me a minute. Try, just try to put yourself in her shoes, ok? If you found out what she's found out -- she has every right to love her child as much as you do. But, hey, nobody expects an adopted mother to just hand over her child.
Aidan: Tad, I'm going to make some calls.
Annie: Why can't you get it through your thick head? I did not adopt Emma.
Tad: Well, you see, that may be a problem, because if you didn't legally adopt Emma, and you're not her biological mother, you may have no legal right to her whatsoever.
Dixie: Ok, I'm not 100% sure that Emma is Kate, but we just have to run some more tests.
Kendall: Then why -- why are you working yourself up like this?
Dixie: I -- I have -- I have my reasons. Look, can you just tell me -- how did it feel to -- to be adopted?
Kendall: It made me always want to be wanted.
Dixie: See, that -- that is exactly it. Because Kate has to understand that I didn't give her away, because I didn't want her.
Kendall: Ok, Kate is 4 years old. I mean, I -- it took me years to understand my mom, even as an adult.
Dixie: I never forgot about her. I never stopped looking for her. I still have all sorts of presents from missed Christmases and birthdays. I mean, maybe I bought them just to keep myself sane, but I would buy them every year for every age, just in case that was the year that I would find her. And then I would have to put them away. Kate has got to understand that she wasn't forgotten.
Kendall: Have you thought about what this is going to do to Annie? I mean, if Emma’s been happy all of these years, are you willing to share her with Annie?
Dixie: I don't -- oh, I don't know. I haven't thought about that.
Kendall: Ok, listen. Ryan is Spike's father. And Zach is my husband. And the three of us -- we all raise my son together. So it can be done.
Dixie: Yeah. But what about Annie? I mean, you got to know her better than I do. What's she really like?
Annie: Get them out. I can't talk to them anymore. I want them out of here. I feel like I'm going crazy!
Ryan: Ok, Annie has got every right to Emma, Tad. That was a low blow.
Tad: This isn't going to solve anything.
Aidan: We may leave, but we'll be around.
Ryan: Well, what are you going to do? You going to just sort of camp outside? You going to stalk her? What?
Tad: Well, we're certainly not going to let you spirit them away again.
Aidan: Your disappearing act is over.
Annie: First, you hunt me down for a pervert, and now this?
Babe: What lie is Jamie talking about?
David: Didn't I just tell you? I can't even lift a finger in this town without someone dumping on me.
Jamie: Your father handed Dixie a DNA test. Said this woman, Annie McDermott’s daughter was Kate.
Babe: How did you get the DNA?
David: I get things done. People could learn from me.
Jamie: Learn how to cheat and scam.
Babe: Ok, wait, where -- where's this little girl? Is she really your sister?
David: Results don't lie.
Jamie: Oh, but you do. Some people think old Davie-boy here is just messing with us. Trying to get our hopes up.
David: All I've done is try to help Dixie. That's all I wanted to do.
Jamie: Is this for real? Or is this just your consolation prize? See how many people you can torture at once?
Babe: Please tell me that this isn't true. Tell me you wouldn't lie about their little girl.
David: Do you think I would?
Babe: I wish I could say no. I wish I could believe you. I wish I could stand behind you proud. But you could do it. It's more than possible.
David: Even you -- you, my beautiful daughter. They've even turned you against me.
J.R.: Hayward's going to poison my mother's mind. He's -- he's going to -- he's going to crush her all over again.
Zach: He's going to use that little girl to his own advantage. Maybe Kate may not be Kate. But he's not doing this to help Dixie.
J.R.: Then tell her that. Just make her see it.
Zach: I told her not to trust Hayward.
J.R.: She trusts you.
Zach: I have my own family now. Kendall and Spike. It's up to you and Tad. It's your job, not mine.
Sean: We did it. We probably shouldn't have. It was a mess all around. But if I hurt you, I really didn't mean to.
Colby: I'm fine.
Sean: Sure you are. I'm sorry.
Colby: I'm sorry, too. For lying. I tend to do that a lot.
Sean: Hmm. Maybe I can give you some pointers.
Colby: Well, what'd you mean by "start over"?
Adam: Ah. I warned you to stay away from my daughter, and you have the gall to come into my home?
Krystal: We talked about this, Adam, remember?
Adam: I need to speak to Sean, alone.
Colby: No, Daddy, it's fine. Everything's ok.
Krystal: Leave them alone, Adam.
Adam: Krystal, please take Colby with you.
Sean: No, it's -- it's fine. Let's chat, Mr. Chandler. I mean, what's he going to do, pull a gun out of the drawer?
[When Sean jokingly opens Adam’s desk drawer and finds a gun, Krystal quickly snatches it and leaves the room.]
Krystal: Well -- well, hey, that's where that went. I've been meaning to turn this into the police department. Colby, come on. There's some ice cream calling my name. Let's get out.
Kendall: I don't know Annie very well.
Dixie: Well, tell me what you do know.
Kendall: I do know that she is crazy about that little girl. And that she put her own life on the line to make sure that Emma was safe.
Dixie: So she's not going to give up Kate easily.
Kendall: I doubt it. Well, whatever you do think about Annie, she is a great mother.
Dixie: That's good, right? You think I'm a horrible person for wanting to take my child back?
Annie: Sweetheart, did we wake you up? I'm sorry, honey. Everything's ok. Yeah, we might go back into town. Do you want to do that? Yeah. No one will bother us there. We'll be in the car.
Tad: Ryan, she's not being reasonable. You know it, and I know it.
Ryan: Until you get more proof than Hayward’s test that this is your child, Tad, don't expect any help, none, from me.
David: Hasn't anybody ever even considered the fact that I could actually love someone -- you or Dixie -- without wanting something in return?
Babe: You've always wanted something.
David: Yes. Your happiness. Your love.
Jamie: You don't know what love is.
David: Oh, this coming from the man who said he loved you and then let you go. He's nothing but a small-minded, self-righteous idiot, just like his father.
Babe: And what about you? What about the way that you hurt people? The way that you dropped Dixie on J.R. in the worst way possible?
David: Was that worse than J.R. exposing Josh as Erica’s son? Worse than him leaving your friend twisting in front of the whole town? This is what being married to J.R. has done to you, Babe. You can't see clearly, because of your loyalty to that snake.
Jamie: Hey, Babe, don't listen to him, all right?
David: This is why I didn't want you with J.R. in the first place. We will never be able to have a real relationship with him in between us. I will never truly be able to be your father. I mean, he has you so twisted inside out, Babe, trying to defend him all the time. Open up your eyes, sweetheart. You need to do that before it's too late. Before J.R. turns you into one of them.
Adam: You had sex with my daughter. Casual sex. You don't love her. You don't even care about her. Don't deny it.
Sean: Ok. I did.
Adam: I hate that.
Sean: I sort of do, too.
Adam: Oh, yeah, right. Fat chance.
Sean: No, Colby gets it. Ask her.
Colby: Let me listen.
Krystal: Shh! I can't hear.
Adam: You will respect my daughter. I will not have her treated like a party game.
Sean: Look, I like Colby, ok? It's all good. I swear.
Adam: You know, I would like nothing more than to have her locked up until she's 30.
Sean: Good luck with that.
Adam: Yeah. This vase -- this is an antique. Worth a quarter of a million dollars. I could -- I would break everything in this house to keep my daughter from being disrespected. You want to see?
[Adam throws his valuable vase against the wall and smashes it to smithereens.]
Krystal: What happened?
Colby: Sean, are you ok?
Krystal: Sorry, boys. I -- forgot my bullets.
[Krystal walks back to Adam’s desk and retrieves the box of bullets.]
Krystal: Let's go find the chocolate sauce, come on.
Adam: I think I've made my point.
Sean: You just tossed my college education.
Adam: My daughter is precious. And if you're looking for a plaything, buddy, move on.
Sean: Ok. I got it.
Adam: That was too easy.
Sean: Sorry I cramped your style and agreed, but I -- Colby’s great. Hey, what -- you want me to yell? You have another fancy vase I can toss? What -- what? What do you want me to do?
Adam: How about dropping off the face of the earth?
Sean: That's not going to happen.
[Knock on door]
Krystal: Listen, it's getting a little late for visitors.
Sean: That's my cue. See you at school.
Colby: What happened, Daddy? What did you say?
Adam: Sean has agreed to treat you with respect, which is the way you should be treated. Sweetheart, I want you to take better care of yourself. I love you. Unconditionally. And I would tear this house down brick by brick. That's how much you mean to me. And you should mean a lot more to yourself. All right. Now, go to bed, young lady.
Colby: Good night, Dad. Good night, Krystal.
Krystal: Good night. Was that just some understanding I saw?
Adam: Uh -- must be so hard to be a teenager.
Krystal: Adam Chandler, I love you.
Zach: So if you need money or contacts for Dixie, you call me, all right?
J.R.: What about Hayward?
Zach: I'm not in the hands-on business anymore.
J.R.: Yeah, thanks a lot.
Zach: Hey, Junior, the only reason you're still alive after almost killing my wife is because of your mother. Be grateful, and take care of your family yourself.
Dixie: I truly believe my child belongs with me. Unfortunately, it's going to take some heartache to make that happen.
Kendall: Dixie, I'm not only a child who was left behind. I'm also a mother who signed Greg Madden’s adoption papers. What he did with you, he tried to do with me. I was on his sick island. I was pregnant, ready to give birth and just put it all behind me. And if Zach hadn't intervened, I'd be exactly where you are today. So no, I don't think you're wrong to want your child.
Ryan: Annie has got every right to fight for her child.
Tad: And I have every right to fight for mine.
Ryan: She's telling the truth, Tad.
Tad: You know, I think your usual good judgment's been carried away by a beautiful woman's eyes.
Ryan: Really? Well, I think you've been distracted by your ex-wife and a compulsive liar's fake test.
Tad: I'm just following up a test that was run by Annie, a year ago -- before she knew any of this. How do you square your belief with that?
Ryan: I don't, but I will.
Tad: When you do, I'll be waiting -- with a court order.
Babe: I belong with my son and my husband.
David: So you'd rather be J.R.’s wife than my daughter?
Babe: If you won't let me be both, then yes.
David: Then you really should go. Take this clown with you.
Babe: Didn't have to be this way.
David: There's no other choice.
[After Babe leaves his cabin, David sits back down in front of his roaring fire and makes a promise to his daughter.]
David: If you won't save yourself, Babe, I'll have to do it for you.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Krystal (to David): If you're planning on blasting my family to Hades, I'm here to stop you.
Jack (to Bianca): Your mother knows how much I love her.
Bianca (to Jack): No, Uncle Jack, tell her. She's been gone long enough.
Jack (to Bianca): What do you know that I don't?
J.R. (to Babe): Want to watch me make Colby disappear?
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