All My Children Transcript Thursday 12/21/06
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Kendall: If we go, if we turn out the lights and leave, then it all really happened. Simone and Erin are gone forever. I know, I know. It doesn't make any sense, it's silly, but it's almost Christmas, and they're not here. Just stay a little longer?
Zach: As long as you need, honey.
Jack: What are you doing? Bianca, you don't have to do that.
Bianca: Yeah -- no, I do, I want to. Jeez, who else is going to do it? Did you see Ryan's face at the reception? And Kendall's and -- and Dani's and --
Jack: Yeah, I saw your face, too. I just want you to know I'm here for you. I'm here for you no matter what.
Bianca: No matter what happens between you and Mom.
Jeff: Oh, there you are. I wanted to check on you after the funeral.
Erica: Well, thank you. And thank you for something else, as well?
Jeff: Well, it's -- uh -- tempting to take credit, whether I deserve it or not.
Erica: A gift?
Jeff: Looks like someone got a jump on Christmas.
Colby: Ok, I bet you I'd get your aunt home by Christmas. This is where you help me.
Sean: What, help you win, me lose? Makes a lot of sense.
Colby: If you want a kitschy family Christmas --
Krystal: Just drop the "Humbug" and grab some "Ho-ho-ho."
Adam: I gave you truckers, and this is what I get in return.
Krystal: Oh, please. I thought you would be thrilled, honey. This is right up your alley.
Adam: You've got me confused with Stuart.
Krystal: Well, if you can't feel it, could you at least fake it? Otherwise, you can expect my gift for you to stay wrapped up till after New Year's.
Adam: Uh-huh. Oh, no.
Dixie: Krystal must be pretty strong to keep this secret she's carrying of Tadís baby and not crack under the weight.
Babe: Huh. Would you please stop saying that? The baby is Adam's, and he and Mama are over the moon.
Dixie: It's ok, you don't have to cover for her, really. I've talked to Krystal. Tad's baby is on the way.
[Though he tries to work at his laptop, Tad is haunted by his missing daughter.]
Girl's voice: Daddy? Daddy?
Dixie's voice: Where is he? Go on, Kate, go find Daddy.
Tad: Hmm. No, just -- ahem -- get it together. Stay together. Whew. "Zach." "Slater." "Cambias, Jr." "New Mexico." "Las Vegas."
Dixie's voice: Kate, you picked such pretty ornaments.
Kate's voice: I want to show them to Daddy.
Disguised voice: You're wasting time, Doctor. Notice anything different? I've just cut off your air supply. If you have any last words, now would be a good time to say them.
Dixie's voice: Sweetness, can you help me find the one for J.R.?
Kate's voice: Red for J.R., silver for Jamie.
Dixie's voice: Oh, look, you found them. Good job.
Kate's voice: Gold for Daddy.
Dixie's voice: Nice. What about kisses for Daddy?
Kate's voice: Gold kisses for Daddy.
Dixie's voice: Oh, you funny girl.
Disguised voice: That's entirely up to you, Dr. Madden. I'm either the angel who gives you a second chance at life, or I'm the devil, here to carry out your execution.
[Knocking on door]
Livia: I figured it out.
Dixie: You don't have to protect your mother, not from me.
Babe: Huh. Do you have any idea how long it's taken Mama to find someone that she can love for the rest of her life? A person that loves her back? And now they're having a baby, a little girl, and they're naming her Charlotte.
Dixie: That's Adam's sister's name. But we all know the baby will be Tad's.
Babe: With everything that is going on between J.R. and me, Mama and Adam could've easily taken sides. They could've made it the Careys against the Chandlers, but they didn't, because they love each other. Don't take it away over some horrible lie.
[At the daycare, Krystal and Adam dress as Mrs. Claus and Scrooge.]
Krystal: Ok, who do we want?
Krystal: Santa, baby, come on out!
Adam: Mrs. C, would you kindly get your Christmas buns out here?
Krystal: One night of the year he's the big cheese, and he thinks he can boss me around. Come on, now. Donít be shy. You are Santa. You are the big man.
Adam: Apparently not.
Krystal: You want to rethink that? Huh? There's nothing sadder than an unwrapped present -- sad and lonely. Oh, holy night.
Sean: That's the plan? Are you delusional?
Colby: Do you notice anything special about me? I'm a girl. I understand romance and magic.
Sean: Ok, God, there's "disaster" written all over this.
Colby: Cue the concerned nephew. Go!
Erica: Sean. Well, that was quite an entrance.
Sean: Doc Martin -- huh. What's on the menu this time?
Jeff: Well, it's -- it's good to see you again, Sean.
Sean: Yeah, isn't it? Yeah -- but enough about me. Now, let's -- let's -- let's talk about you.
Erica: Can I do something for you, Sean?
Sean: Look -- the bird flew home. Nice perch.
Erica: You've seen that before?
Sean: Trick question?
Erica: Did Jack send that to me?
Sean: Are there any other true loves you can think of?
Jack: Bianca, your mother and I are with you for all of this -- you know we are -- and that beautiful daughter of yours. So don't worry about Erica and me, ok? You worry about one thing, and that's giving Miranda the best Christmas ever. Ok? Because she deserves it, and so do you. You deserve the world.
Bianca: You'll make me cry again.
Jack: Oh, well, don't do that.
Jack: Hey, you. If you need anything -- and I mean anything at all -- you let me know, will you?
Kendall: Yeah. Thank you.
Bianca: I know your secret.
Zach: Tell me.
Bianca: Your mind works a million miles a minute. But your face --
Zach: I don't have two thoughts to rub together.
Bianca: Two young women were murdered, and that is unbearable for all of us. But for you -- the guy who tries to protect us, who wants to always keep us safe --
Zach: Do you think you can convince Kendall to move all this stuff into the casino?
Bianca: Sure. And then I'll yank the moon down from the sky as an encore. Look, the -- the person who did this --
Zach: Could do it again.
Bianca: It's not Zarf. I -- I know that he's on your list.
Zach: Not at the top. It's a long list.
Bianca: Well, good. Because I've spent a lot of time with him, and I know that he seems bizarre a little bit, but I think that he's just a little lost. Maybe more than a little lost, but not -- not violent.
Zach: We don't have to do this now, you know.
Bianca: There are still some decent people in the world.
Zach: I'm sure there are.
Kendall: Ahem. I'm ready to go now.
Zach: Ok, let's go.
Kendall: Ok. Uh -- you -- you need to come, too. You -- you can't stay here.
Bianca: Kendall, I'm -- I'm going to be fine. I -- I have a cell phone. I -- I have a bodyguard. Nothing bad is going to happen.
Kendall: Ever. Please, just tell me that nothing bad will ever happen again.
Bianca: Oh. I love you.
Kendall: Thank you for -- for bringing Christmas here -- for trying, anyway. What if it doesn't really come? What if Christmas doesn't come?
Zach: It'll be here before you know.
Zach: Yeah. Happy thoughts only. Come on, let's go. See you.
Krystal: Well, aren't you the cutest thing.
Adam: Yeah. I'll see you at home.
Krystal: No, no, no, no. No guts, no glory, sugarplum. Come on.
Krystal: Come on.
Krystal: Hey! Look who I found in the hallway!
All: That's not Santa.
Adam: This is --
Krystal: No -- no, this -- this is Scrooge --
Krystal: The Christmas grump.
Adam: This is ridiculous.
Krystal: No. Did you hear what Scrooge says? He said, "Christmas is ridiculous." Now, is he right, or is he wrong?
Adam: Oh, that Santa Claus and his eight silly, prancing rhinos.
Krystal: Oh, come on. Now, Santa doesn't have rhinos.
Winifred: What does Santa have?
Krystal: What? He has what?
Winifred: He has reindeer.
Adam: Well -- well, that's the very same Santa Claus that puts a star on top of his cactus.
Woman: Not on the --
All: On the tree!
Adam: Yeah, I bet you all made him liver and onions for Santa -- and his -- his rhinoceroses.
Winifred: What do you want.
All: Milk and cookies!
Emma: Milk and cookies.
Dixie: Krystal -- comforted Tad on what was probably the worst night of his life.
Babe: Oh -- it never happened.
Dixie: But it did. I was there, I saw it, and Krystal and Tad have admitted it. And it's ok, it's all right. I know it happened out of affection. I -- I do, and I -- I -- Tad probably needed that more than any of us could possibly know.
Babe: Dixie, I really hate everything that you've been through, and I know that when my dad told you that Emma was Kate, that you didn't expect on spending Christmas without your daughter, but you really need to stop saying this.
Dixie: Your dad was going to tell everybody about Tadís other child at Thanksgiving, on that DVD, right? I mean, that's why you smashed the TV and broke the DVD, right?
Babe: You do realize if Adam heard you say this -- even though it's not true -- he would leave Mama and break her heart, all because you got some crazy idea in your head, and you won't let it go.
Dixie: Well, look, you know, I broke Tadís heart when I told him about my affair with David. And then I lied to him about Kate. I mean, it's -- it's so hard to know whether to tell or stay quiet about certain things. God, what Krystal must be going through. Watching Adam glow over this baby and Tad mourn the child he lost -- it must be awful for her.
Babe: It's more than awful. The lies. It's -- it's more than awful to hear the lies. And if you told this to Mama -- look, Dixie, it's almost Christmas, and you know what it's like at the mansion. It is -- it's tense and it's -- it's weird -- except for when there's this little boy running around, or when we're focused on the little girl that's not even here yet. So you calling one of them a trick or a lie, that -- that's awful. That -- that's what's awful.
Dixie: David swore that the baby was Tad's.
Babe: And David also swore that Emma was Kate. People suffer, David smiles -- that's just how it is.
Dixie: Krystal and Tad and that night --
Babe: Look, I -- Dixie, I just -- I don't -- I don't want to know. I really don't. When I look at Mama and Adam, I just -- I see how much they love each other, and how they support each other. So, what -- so what are you going to do, take away my mother's child and give it to Tad? That's going to make everything better? You think he's just going to forget about Kate?
Dixie: He's never going to forget about Kate. Neither of us will.
Babe: For a few horrible months, I thought that I had lost my son forever. So I do kind of have an idea how you're feeling right now. But this is between you and Tad, so, please, Dixie, I need you to leave Mama and Adam's baby out of this.
Tad: I'm sorry, counselor, but unless you figured out who killed Simone and Erin, I'm -- you're going to have to forgive me.
Livia: You won't face me now, huh? But on the witness stand -- wow. What a performance you put on about Dixie and Zach.
Tad: Well, so, what, you -- you here because you want an apology? Ok. I'm sorry.
Livia: I know who killed Greg Madden. I won't say it out loud, but we both know the answer.
Tad: Livia, nobody ever gave a damn about Greg Madden. Nobody. But a woman I cared very much about is gone, murdered, as well as another woman I'll never even get the chance to know. So don't look now, but the whole Greg Madden thing is over. It's done.
Livia: Well, I'm not here in my official capacity as an officer of the court. I'm here because I used to call you "friend." What do I call you now?
Tad: I'm sure you could think of a couple of things.
Livia: What the hell happened to you?
Tad: What hasn't happened to me? What do you want? Why are you here? You know the truth? Ok, fine. If you go out there, do whatever you have to do.
Livia: On the stand, you played the part so perfectly. But your eyes -- cold, empty. That wasn't an act, was it? It's gone.
Tad: What's gone?
Livia: Your soul. Is there any remnant of my friend still there? Is there any part of Thaddeus James Martin still in there, alive?
Tad: Madden's gone. Kate's gone. I guess whoever the hell I used to be is gone, too.
Bianca: Oh -- oh, it's ok. Thank you.
Dixie: Hi, Bianca.
Bianca: Boy, it's good to see you.
Dixie: Thank you. I'm so sorry for your loss.
Bianca: Thank you. I -- I just can't believe that somebody could do something so evil and terrible.
Dixie: It must make you just want to run home and hug your little girl.
Bianca: Mm-hmm. And hold her and never let her go.
Dixie: Especially when you know what it's like not to be able to hold her.
Bianca: Yeah. True.
Dixie: Because of what Babe did. I mean, I heard. But I couldn't help but notice -- today you let her hug your daughter.
Bianca: It was a -- a difficult day for all of us.
Dixie: How did you forgive someone who kept your child from you?
Krystal: You see, Scrooge? Every kid loves Christmas.
Adam: Oh! Christmas is the -- the boringest, stinkiest --
Adam: Bah-humbuggiest time of the year.
Winifred: No, it is -- no.
Adam: It is, too. Is, too.
Krystal: Now, how are we going to unscroogify this silly goose, huh?
Krystal: Are we going to have to tickle him?
Adam: Oh, no.
Krystal: We're going have to tickle him!
Winifred: Oh, no!
Krystal: Whoo! We're going to have to tickle him!
Adam: I can't laugh --
Krystal: Oh, oh, oh, oh! Wait, I -- I think I have a telegram from the North Pole, so you just keep on tickling him.
Adam: Oh, no, you're leaving me with the tickle monsters.
Winifred: Tickle, tickle, tickle.
Krystal: Honey, come on in there. Little Adam is -- you should see the smile on his face.
Babe: No, no, no, no -- Mama. Dixie is about to blow the tinsel right off your tree.
Erica: She's a two-segment guest at least. So, bump the demo, and take a minute from the audience Q&A, and tag that onto the close.
Man: You got it.
Erica: Ok. Sorry about that. Sean, you were just about to tell me if Jack sent me that gift.
Sean: Oh, I -- uh -- I just came by to see if we should save a spot for you by the tree. You know, because if you're not going to come home, then I'll just forget about that pendant box. And maybe you could forget about that pendant box. You know, Uncle Jack's a champ, you know, a lion. But even a lion's got pride, right?
Erica: Is he even making sense?
Jeff: Um -- actually, yes.
Sean: Look, all I'm saying is, you know, if you don't come home, the presents never happened.
Erica: "Presents," plural?
Sean: Yeah. So, what's your plan?
Erica: I'll get back to you.
Sean: Denied. Ok, I can deal. Erica. Doc Martin.
Colby: You were awesome!
Sean: I was lame! One good head-butt and this would all be over.
Colby: Oh -- go! Go, go, go! Go, go, go!
Sean: What's that?
Colby: Two turtledoves!
Kendall: You -- what did you do?
Zach: You know what? I know who did this.
Kendall: You did this.
Zach: Those little -- crazy little, sick --
Kendall: A crazy elf?
Zach: Little bastard elves --
Kendall: No, you're -- that would be you.
Kendall: You, my friend, are amazing. You're brilliant!
Zach: Thank you.
Kendall: Yes. You're a train-a-holic, is what you are.
Zach: Nope, this train has nothing to do with me -- I could take it or leave it -- but Spike would blow a gasket if we didn't have it.
Kendall: Oh, yeah?
Zach: So --
Kendall: Well, he -- he thinks wooden spoons are a party, ok?
Zach: Little boys like trains. Maybe we should see if it works. You ready?
Kendall: Ok, I'm --
Zach: You got a ticket?
Kendall: I have no ticket.
Kendall: Don't -- don't put yourself out.
Zach: Here we go.
Kendall: Wait -- whoa. What is this?
Kendall: That's --
Zach: That's for Spike.
Kendall: This can't be for Spike. This is huge. His head will -- it'll swallow his whole head.
Zach: Little elves -- man, they don't know anything. Here, this -- this is for Spike.
Kendall: Look at that.
Zach: This is for me.
Kendall: Wow. That --
Kendall: You're -- seriously, you're really hot right now.
Zach: Thank you. It can go -- it's fast, too.
Kendall: No, I mean, actually, you are --
Zach: You like that hat?
Kendall: I like that hat.
Zach: You do, huh?
Kendall: Mm-hmm. I think it's hot.
Zach: You want to go on a train ride with me?
Sean: I admit it -- you had it under control back at the enemy offices. My eyes have been opened.
Colby: Erica will be home by Christmas. I'm serious. And she has tons of more gifts coming -- some fancy, some expensive, some homemade. I am covering all the romantic angles.
Sean: And if Erica calls Jack -- "Yo, what up? How much did that diamond chicken on a stick set you back?"
Colby: Yeah, that is so Erica Kane. No. First, she'll play it cool -- at least, until the five golden rings -- and then she will run into your uncle's arms. After, he'll romance her so hard, she forgets her own name -- never mind the brooch and the orchids.
Sean: Done deal?
Colby: Xmas bliss.
Jack: So, what are you two up to? You planning something that I will soon regret?
Sean: Plan-free here.
Colby: We're open to suggestions.
Erica: Well, we're having a hard time getting any privacy, aren't we?
Jeff: Well, you, me, two turtle doves, and partridge, and so forth.
Erica: Well, they are lovely and Ė and surprising.
Jeff: Jack would be an idiot not to want you back. I mean, he Ė he may be a lot of things but heís --
Erica: Well, but we've already talked about divorce -- and lawyers.
Jeff: Was he at the funeral?
Erica: He was pleasant, he was polite -- and then this was here waiting for me.
Jeff: Well, you want me to explain a man's mind when he was in love?
Erica: Would you?
Jeff: Well -- no. No, I don't think so. I mean, frankly, I don't care what Jack thinks or how he feels. I'm not going to cheer for Jack when I'm busy rooting for you and me.
Dixie: I hope I'm not prying.
Bianca: Oh, God, no. You -- you want an answer about forgiveness, but I'm not sure that I'm the one to give it to you. I mean, I wish -- I wish that I could say the perfect thing, something that could give you some kind of peace and comfort, but I can't.
Dixie: Oh, no, it's ok. I mean, my guilt is now a part of me. And how I feel about Greg Madden -- I mean, I'm not asking you to -- to change any of that. I -- I just -- I'm just asking for you. How did you forgive the person who kept your child from you?
Bianca: I didn't forgive her.
Babe: So Dixie -- she started talking about keeping the truth about Kate from Tad and said how hard the lie must be for you, and I slipped and I said, "It was awful."
Krystal: No -- it -- it is awful, but I can't exactly ask for any pity.
Babe: I covered, but -- and I just said it was a lie, but I don't -- I don't know if she bought it. What if it's too late?
Krystal: This is not on you, Babe, and I'm not going to have you thinking that it is, all right? She has been putting it all together ever since she heard about my happy news.
Babe: This entire time?
Krystal: Yeah. Huh. And you weren't exactly on Easy Street, so, you know, I just decided that this was my problem.
Babe: No. As long as I'm breathing, there is nothing that you have to handle on your own.
Krystal: I appreciate that, honey. But I have just accepted the fact that I'm going to have to live with this decision that I made for the rest of my life -- unless Dixie makes a decision on her own.
Babe: So what exactly is she thinking? She can just point at your belly, and Tadís going to forget that Kate ever existed?
Krystal: She loves him, Babe. Dixie loves Tad, no matter what either one of them says, and it's the kind of "till the end of time" love, you know? She wants to give him a baby to love.
Babe: And what about what you want?
Krystal: I want to give the man that I love a baby. Come on. Come on.
Adam: Ebenezer Scrooge can't smile.
Winifred: Oh, come on!
Adam: This -- this is nuts.
Winifred: Show him how to do it. Show him. Oh.
Tad: I'm alone, my family is in shreds, and I'm never going to even know what my little girl looks like. And if there's a reason for any of it, it's me -- what I've done, who I am. To tell you the truth, a shovel, a hole in the ground, and a wooden box are about all that's left, all wrapped up in nice, yellow, crime-scene tape. There's no me left in here -- at least, not the man you used to know, anyway. Maybe you should just accept it and move on.
Livia: I won't do that. Tad Martin is a good and decent man.
Tad: Maybe once. But Tad Martin is dead. Let him rest in peace.
Livia: He's not dead.
Tad: Yes, he is.
Livia: He's not.
Tad: He was buried with Greg Madden.
Livia: Let me help you.
Tad: How? You think you can help me, save me? Can you cleanse a tainted soul? I'm in hell, Livia. I'm right where I should be. Every minute of every day, I'm in hell, where somebody like me belongs. I know because the voices in my head tell me all about it. Everything I was, everything I ever had, who I ever will have is dead and gone because I buried it. I made a choice, I took a chance, and I traded away my soul. That's who I am.
Tad: Stop, ok? Just -- give us both a break. Just leave me alone, ok? I don't want you to fix me, I don't want you to try and comfort me, and you sure as hell can't forgive me.
Livia: I'm not the one whose forgiveness you need.
Tad: Are we going to stand around and talk about God now?
Livia: Well, God knows what you're going through. God's the only one that can judge and forgive.
Tad: What do you want me to do? You want me to fall on my knees, start praying, weeping, confessing my sins? Why should I? God knows all about it, he was there. He was there when I turned my back on him, so he's turned his back on me. It's over. I'm done.
Livia: It's not over. You fall down, you get up, you fight, you try, you ask for help, and it comes.
Tad: Livia, I stuck a man in the ground. And then I dug him up, and I put him back there all over again. Why would God care about a man like me? Why should he?
Livia: I know God cares for you. And I know that as long as you're alive, you can pray, and as long as you can pray, there is hope. Christ died so that we are all forgiven, we are all saved. Now, you simply have to accept and receive that.
Tad: Look at me. Look in my eyes. You were right the first time. There's nothing left. That's all there is to it.
Dixie: But you stood by Babe at the gravesite.
Bianca: Well, you know, that was -- saying good-bye to Simone and Erin wasn't about me and Babe. It was about Simone and Erin.
Dixie: Well, you -- you don't seem really angry.
Bianca: I'm sorry. This is, uh, not your fault -- um -- and I know that you are going through your own hell, but I am really tired of everybody being so sure about how I should react to Babe -- my sister, my mother, people on the street who read about it in a tabloid. It was my baby that Babe kept from me, and it was me that she lied to. And how I react to her, how I feel about her --
Dixie: So you don't forgive her?
Bianca: On any given day, I resent her. I hate her. I pity her. I worry for her. I -- I miss our friendship. But do I forgive her? Nobody has a right to keep a parent from her child. There is no excuse for that. There is no rationalization. It's unthinkable and unforgivable.
Kendall: You know, I was clueless.
Kendall: Yeah. Just unenlightened.
Zach: Mm-hmm, but willing to learn.
Kendall: Mm-hmm. And now I see what all the fuss is about.
Zach: See you guys later.
Kendall: Ooh, chugga-chugga-choo-choo.
Zach: "Chugga-chugga- choo-choo"?
Kendall: Yeah, you like that?
Kendall: Give me some of that.
Zach: I'll take it this time.
Kendall: Give me some of that.
Sean: You know magic and romance. You can whip up this crazy, elaborate plan to bend misguided adults any way you like. Yet you seriously suck at school.
Colby: I'm a creative spirit.
Sean: No, you're a slacker.
Colby: I just need the perfect means of expression.
Sean: Yeah, who shoveled that load?
Colby: Hmm, guidance counselor -- three days before I ran away from my mom and stole the cars.
Erica: I'm done talking about Jack and me.
Jeff: Good. Let's talk about Christmas. The Philharmonic is playing Handel's "Messiah." Would you like to join me?
Erica: Oh -- I'm just not sure what I have to be --
Jeff: I know. I'll get back to you. This -- this noncommittal you is -- it's very different.
Erica: Oh. Do you mind?
Jeff: It's all about what you want.
[Erica admires her ďPartridge in a Pear TreeĒ brooch.]
Krystal: How about another story, handsome?
Adam: Oh, yeah. Yeah, I have one. It's a -- it's a story about a miraculous baby who brought great joy.
Woman: How'd you do that?
Adam: The most wondrous baby ever born.
Bianca: For me. The -- I mean, this is all for me. This is my unique experience, and what you're going through, what you're feeling, and the decisions that you'll make, I don't want to complicate any of that.
Dixie: That's ok, you didn't. Itís all right. Thanks for being honest.
[Alone again, the voices in Tadís head resume their chattering.]
Dixie's voice: Did you swipe that gingerbread, Kate?
Kate's voice: Maybe.
Dixie's voice: And maybe the powdered sugar is all over your face. Come here, let me wipe it off.
Dixie's voice: Tad, would you -- would you get your daughter to stop wiggling?
Tad's disguised voice: I'm going to give you some alone time to think about what it's like to look death dead in the eye.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Krystal (to Babe): I might as well just put on my flame-retardant Santa suit because my life is getting really burned to the ground.
Julia (to Tad): Have you made a wish on a Christmas star yet this year? I heard that when you wish on it, it can bring miracles.
Father Clarence: I came to see you, Dixie.
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