AMC Transcript Wednesday 2/21/07

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 2/21/07

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Josh: Hey. I was just thinking I'd love to see those beautiful brown eyes. What'd you do, read my mind?

Babe: This -- am I in the hospital?

Josh: Where else would you be, Babe?

Bianca: Oh, my God. Zoe? Zoe -- are you ok? Can you hear me? Carl, call 911! We need help right away! Zoe -- Zoe? Oh, my God, what happened?

Carl: Send an ambulance to the cemetery on State Street.

[While Bianca comforts her, Zoe drops the button she tore off her attacker's coat.]

Krystal: Do it, J.R.. What are you waiting for? Why don't you just drink it straight from the decanter? You know how it works -- the more you drink, the less you hurt, the easier it is to hurt others. That is what you really want to do, isn't it? Make someone else suffer? Well, come on, J.R., now -- now's your chance. Go ahead, get lit and spill my dirty little secret to your daddy -- we both know you're going to do it eventually. So don't make me have to guess when, just do it now.

Man: The Skyline Suite, and four additional rooms.

Guard: Six additional rooms.

Man: Well, I'm afraid that's not what I have in my book.

Kendall: Then you're reading the wrong book, Curly.

Man: Uh -- I can show you -- right --

Kendall: Nah, I don't need to see nothin'. I made the reservation personally -- Mr. and Mrs. Sonny Suarez and entourage. I want the best room in the Rancho Rodeo, ASAP, plus two adjoining rooms, two on each side -- that's what I said.

Man: I don't know where the mix-up occurred, ma'am.

Kendall: You calling me a liar?

Man: Uh -- of course not.

Kendall: Ok. Then I suggest you get this straightened out before my husband shows up. Now, the boys here -- they're being very generous, but Sonny doesn't have patience for things like this. Come to think of it, Sonny doesn't have patience for much of anything.

Zach: Now, I'm confused. How come we're not in our rooms right now?

Kendall: Well, this genius here screwed things up, Sonny.

Man: What? No, no.

Kendall: You listen to me. I said six rooms, plus an extra suite. You only gave us four.

Zach: And you're sure you said six, right?

Kendall: You think I don't know how many rooms I booked?

Zach: Sometimes even with all this beauty, you screw things up.

Kendall: Since when? Name one time.

Man: Uh -- we only have you down for four additional rooms --

Zach: Are you calling my wife a liar?

Man: Uh --- no, never.

Kendall: You know what? This is the last time I take advice from Izzy Corelli's wife. She swore by this dump.

Zach: Yeah, baby, we should be in our rooms right now relaxing.

Kendall: That's right.

Man: You still can, sir.

Zach: No, we can't. Not with four additional rooms. You see what the problem is right now, right? You see what the problem is? You disappointed me, and that's ok -- sometimes that happens. The real problem, Dexter, is that you disappointed my wife.

Dexter: Well, uh, completely unintentional, I assure you.

Zach: And I can't let that go. I'm going to have to complain.

Kendall: Uh -- Sonny, don't do it. I'm tell you, this clown is not worth it

Zach: Maybe you're right. Let the boys do it.

Kendall: I tried. So sorry.

Zach: Come on, you don't want to see this.

Kendall: Yeah, you know, maybe there's another hotel we can go to, huh?

Dexter: No, please. Uh -- don't go. Um -- I'll -- I'll fix it.

[Dexter chuckles nervously]

Dexter: Ahem. Of your suite, and two across the hall.

Zach: And a private corridor.

Dexter: A -- a what?

Zach: A private corridor -- you know what a corridor is, right?

Kendall: That's a fancy word for "hallway."

Zach: Honey -- and private -- that's a fancy word for "just us."

Kendall: Mmm-mmm-mmm.

Josh: You know, why don't you go ahead and take your break, Wendy? I'll stay with the patient.

Babe: Where was I the first time I woke up?

Josh: You think I'm holding out on you?

Babe: I just -- I don't remember this room.

Josh: Well, you were completely out of it when you first came to, Babe. It's no big surprise that your memory's a little hazy. You even went off on poor Wendy, thought she was the killer.

Babe: I guess I was out of it. Ok. My bodyguard Max is -- Max is --

Josh: No, he -- he's fine.

Babe: He's ok?

Josh: Yeah, he's going to be fine. Listen, Babe --

Babe: Yeah?

Josh: Your numbers are improving across the board, but you're still in critical condition.

Babe: But you're not a doctor anymore.

Josh: Don't you remember? Wow, you must've really been out of it. I told you last night -- I reclaimed my stethoscope.

Babe: Because of me?

Josh: Does that surprise you? I'm the guy that sold lipstick so we could spend more time together.

Babe: Oh.

Josh: Jeff's consulting. I'm the main go-to guy on the case. Doesn't hurt to be the grandson of the chief of staff.

Babe: How's Mama? Mama -- is she in the waiting room? Is she with Little A? They -- they didn't -- they didn't tell him I'm hurt, right?

Josh: No, no. Little A's fine. Your mom is fine. Just relax, ok? You'll see them soon enough. Aren't you going to ask about J.R.?

Babe: J.R. can go to hell. Oh, my God, Josh, please. Please, you have to help me. You have to help me. I have to stop him, please. Oh, my God. Please.

J.R.: I told you I wasn't going to tell your secret --

Krystal: Oh.

J.R.: And I meant it.

Krystal: What a joke, and your word is supposed to mean something?

J.R.: Look, I don't want to hurt anyone, especially my father.

Krystal: Until when? You cut yourself shaving? Weatherman predicts rain, you wake up on the wrong side of the bed? What's it going to take for you to go off this time, J.R.?

J.R.: How can I convince you?

Krystal: Babe's death and your mother's just pushed you to the ragged edge. You throw in a fifth of scotch, I don't think you can balance on that edge, J.R.

J.R.: I swear I wasn't going to take a drink of it.

Krystal: Oh, this time. But what happens when you can't fight the urge? How much of a hold are you going to have on that spiteful tongue of yours then?

J.R.: I promise you on my life I wasn't going to drink it.

Krystal: You promised to cherish and love Babe. You promised you would make it up to her for the rest of your life when she decided to keep your sorry ass out of prison. You promised you wouldn't fight for custody of Little A if you two should ever get divorced again, so you can shove your promises.

J.R.: You have every reason to hate me.

Krystal: And you don't even need a reason to shatter my world, so stop holding back, J.R., because I will not have you dangling my fate with your filthy hands.

J.R.: I'm not going to tell my father. He needs you.

Krystal: You know, if I thought you gave two squats about anybody's needs but your own, then I might be convinced.

J.R.: You're right, I'm selfish, but I'm still not going to tell, because I need you as much as my father. Maybe even more.

Jeff: All right, what do we got here?

Bianca: This is my friend Zoe. She was beaten. We just found her at the cemetery.

EMT: Some LOC, but his vitals are stable, and his pupils are reactive. He's got multiple abrasions to his face. Somebody really did a number on this guy -- or girl.

Julia: Zoe? It's Julia Keefer -- can you hear me? What happened?

Zoe: I was jumped last night.

Bianca: Last night?

Julia: You've been like this since last night?

Jeff: All right, let's get her -- her into the cubicle.

Bianca: Ok. Zoe, I'll be right here, ok? I'm not -- I'm not going anywhere. Oh. Oh, excuse me. Can I use your phone? Yes, I need to report a crime.

Kendall: You -- mmm, mmm. You were so hot. You were.

Zach: Yeah?

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: Unfortunately, we didn't come here to have fun.

Kendall: I know. But it is so much more fun being Carla Suarez than Kendall Hart Slater these days. I mean, I can't remember the last time I felt this free.

Zach: Free?

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: Oh. Got to sneak out of Pine Valley, private plane, private -- private cars to here, can't stay in our own casino, the only person that knows we're here is Jack. And you feel free -- that's great.

Kendall: Well, I mean, I don't have to look over my shoulder and -- and feel like someone's stalking me. We're the ones doing the stalking, Zach.

Zach: Yeah.

Kendall: This is great. I mean, I can't remember the last time I felt this in control.

Zach: It's a long time.

Kendall: Well, I don't know why we're here, but I'm glad we are. You can't relax, can you?

Zach: No. There are answers here somewhere, I don't know. Looking for answers in something I don't even know what the question is.

Bianca: Hey. Zoe, I'm right here. How is she?

Jeff: Well, it's too early to tell. We're going to take her down to X-ray now.

Bianca: Ok.

Zoe: Bianca? Bianca, I need -- I --

Jeff: No, wait. Let's just hold off on the talking until we get you checked out.

Julia: Bianca will be here when you get back.

Bianca: Yeah, of course. I'm not going anywhere. Oh. Oh, my God. How could somebody do this to Zoe, of all people? She has such a -- a beautiful soul.

Julia: I don't think whoever did this was provoked by her peaceful disposition. I hate to even go there, but she was wearing a dress.

Bianca: Oh, God, tell me that wasn't it.

Julia: Transgender people are four times more likely than gays or lesbians to be the victim of hate crimes.

Bianca: Oh, my God, that's sick!

Julia: There are twisted people out there.

Derek: Can either of you tell me where to find Zarf?

Bianca: Um -- you mean Zoe?

Derek: Where is he?

Bianca: She.

Julia: She's in X-ray. She's not up to being questioned right now.

Derek: Who found the victim?

Bianca: I did, less than an hour ago at the cemetery, but we just found out that she had been laying there all night beaten up.

Derek: Did Zoe see who did this?

Bianca: I'm not sure.

Derek: Were there words exchanged?

Bianca: I -- I -- she didn't say anything about that.

Derek: Well, I put in a call to your Uncle Jack. He's going to come down and question Zoe himself.

Bianca: Good, good. Hate crimes should receive top priority.

Derek: Hate crimes?

Julia: Zoe was dressed as a woman at the time of the attack.

Bianca: What? You seem like you're disappointed.

Derek: Well, when I heard Zoe was found near Babe Chandler's grave, naturally I thought it had something to do with the Satin Slayer.

Julia: Wait -- so if it turns out that Zoe was battered just because she was wearing a dress, it's not worth your attention?

Derek: Not mine personally, not while there's a serial killer on the loose.

Bianca: Am I really hearing this from the chief of police?

Derek: That's right, Bianca. I am the chief of police, but I am also a man whose daughter was nearly killed by a murderer who forced you to take him with you wherever you go, the same murderer who wants your sister, Kendall, dead. Now, my primary focus is to catch this maniac and put him away, not some random beating.

Bianca: "Some random beating"? Derek, how can you possibly be so blasť about this? I -- I mean, you must know what it feels like to be targeted because of who you are? Your nephew, Terrence, was viciously attacked because of the color of his skin. Why are you not jumping at the chance to fight this kind of discrimination?

Derek: I will always fight against discrimination, but I was born black. My ancestors were born black. Zoe chose to put on a dress and flaunt her sexual issues to the world.

Bianca: I did not choose to be gay any more than you chose to be black any more than Zoe chose to be transgender.

Derek: Well, in both cases, you can choose not to show everybody.

Bianca: Oh, I see. So you're saying that Zoe should pass as a big, butch guy, and I should pass as straight, and the law shouldn't be expected to protect people from going out into the world as themselves?

Derek: No, of course not.

Bianca: Zoe has been hiding who she is for her whole life. She's finally starting to embrace it. Yes, yes, she was wearing a dress last night, because that's what feels right to her.

Derek: Well, your rock star friend should've known that putting on a dress and strolling through a cemetery late at night was going to make --

Bianca: Was going to what -- provoke a beating?

Derek: No -- make her a target.

Bianca: Are you saying she asked for it? Did I ask to be raped?

Derek: I will look into Zoe's attack. But the number one thing on my to-do list is catching the man who wants your sister dead.

Babe: Please --

Josh: Babe, listen to me. Listen to me. You need to relax, all right?

Babe: Josh, please, I have --

Josh: You're much too weak.

Babe: To stop him, please --

Josh: No, no -- you need to stay in this bed and get better.

Babe: You don't understand what he will do.

Josh: I do understand, I do.

Babe: No.

Josh: He's holding something over your head, isn't he?

Babe: Please.

Josh: Something that could force you to have to give up your son. I know -- Zoe told me.

Babe: You --

Josh: What is it? Tell me, and I'll make sure he can never use it against you.

Babe: It's -- it's Mama. Josh, he can ruin her life.

Josh: No, no, listen to me.

Babe: Yes, yes.

Josh: He's not going to do anything. I talked to him myself. He told me to tell you he's -- he's putting everything on hold.

Babe: Wait, he told that? Josh, you believe him? Well, no, you don't -- you don't get it. He -- he can take everything away from her. Mama

Josh: No. Your mom is fine.

Babe: No, no. If she was fine, she'd be here with me. She'd be right here --

Josh: She was -- she was here this morning sitting right there in that chair while you were sleeping. She was holding your hand.

Krystal: Always working an angle, aren't you, J.R.?

J.R.: It's no angle, Krystal. I do need you. I was just upstairs watching Little Adam sleep, and I was trying to figure out which of his features are Babe's, and then I tried to picture her face. If I could only see her lips one more time, I'd make a point of trying to memorize them. If I could see her fingers -- you don't even know how much I miss holding those hands. And those eyes?

Krystal: They were gorgeous.

J.R.: She has your eyes. I didn't realize it till this morning when I saw you sitting over there. But you have Babe's eyes. And I need to look into those every single day, because you and Little Adam are the only connection that I have of Babe. And just promise me that you'll never stop talking about her. I don't care if it's a story from when she was little, or if it were something that happened last week. Please share it with me, over and over again. I want your memories to become my memories. I want Little Adam to memorize them by heart. See, don't you see, Krystal? If I tell your secret, you'll have to leave, and it'll be like losing Babe all over again. Charlotte is going to be my little sister, and it doesn't matter who the father is. I'm going to love her, and I don't want to hurt her, and I don't want to hurt her mother. I realize I'm a selfish Jackass, but family is everything to me. And Little Adam owns my heart.

Krystal: He owned Babe's, too.

J.R.: I know that she said she'd want you to raise him if anything ever happened to her. And you did such a fantastic job raising Babe. I want you to help raise Little Adam for the rest of his life. I mean, if you want to make it legal, I won't even object to it. I want you to help me be the best dad that I can be.

Krystal: You're making it easy to see why Babe loved you so much. Oh, why -- why couldn't you have turned back into this man for her before she died?

Zach: You ready?

Kendall: Yep.

Zach: Let's do this.

Kendall: Ok. Excuse me. I'm looking for Miss Johnson.

Woman: That's me.

Kendall: Hi. I'm Carla Suarez. This is my husband, Sonny.

Zach: How you doing?

Miss Johnson: Mrs. Suarez, I was so surprised when you called. I hadn't heard the name Alexander Cambias, Sr., in some time, but the minute you mentioned him, the memories came flooding back. Your grandfather knew how to make an impression.

Kendall: Unfortunately, I've never met him. That's actually why I came here -- to find out more about him. I was hoping that you could tell me a little bit about what he was like in the days before he died.

Miss Johnson: I'd be happy to. I took care of Mr. Cambias personally during his final hospital stay, and I even was a witness to his will.

Kendall: Well, then, you're definitely the right person to talk to.

Miss Johnson: But there is someone else you may want to get in touch with. Are you familiar with a man by the name of Ryan Lavery?

Kendall: Yes, I am, actually. Ryan was very helpful. Still, I can't shake the feeling that there are answers for me here. I didn't even know there was an Alexander Cambias, Sr., until long after he died. My mother raised me alone, so she didn't really talk about my father's side of the family, so you can imagine how blown away I was when I get this random phone call from this Ryan Lavery, and he tells me that I've inherited a fortune. It's only because of his honesty and persistence that I am now sitting here a very wealthy woman.

Miss Johnson: Mr. Lavery was always a good man and a tremendous help to your grandfather in his last days.

Zach's voice: Josh? Just listen to me. We can keep Babe alive. But the first thing we have to do is let her die.

Kendall: Most people describe my grandfather as dramatic and -- and intense. Is that how you remember him? Or -- or being so close to death, did he let his guard down at all?

Miss Johnson: No, never. Mr. Cambias was all those things you said about him, but I would add stubborn to the list and spoiled, but not in a bad way. Let's just say he was a man accustomed to getting what he wanted.

Zach: With your connections in here and my connections out there, the only thing we need to do is get her out of the hospital. No one's ever going to know that she's alive.

Kendall: Ryan told me my grandfather left him a pocket watch with an inscription to my son.

Miss Johnson: Mr. Cambias could be very thoughtful.

Kendall: Did he leave any other personal belongings, maybe something he donated to the hospital or to you?

Miss Johnson: No. Mr. Lavery was the only one awarded that privilege.

Josh's voice: We can do this, Jeff. We can make everyone believe that Babe is dead, but we need your help.

Jeff: You're asking me to do the impossible, here in the hospital with doctors, nurses, interns where someone is bound to find out.

Zach: Not if we do it right. People listen to you. Declare Babe dead, put a sheet over her, run her down to the morgue. My men will take it from there.

Josh: She's stable. The pentobarbital you gave her slowed her heartbeat down long enough for a casual observer to think she was dead. Unless someone put a stethoscope onto her chest, no one's going to know she's still alive.

Kendall: Did my grandfather leave behind any other documents other than his will?

Miss Johnson: I don't know, but I'm sure Mr. Lavery could tell you.

Joe: In all my years of practice, I've never been asked to do something like this.

Josh: Please, Joe. Please sign that phony death certificate. I swear I will never ask anything again. I'm -- pulling the grandson card, I'm pulling every card I have. Please just do it for Babe. I love her. Help me save her.

Kendall: Did Alexander, Sr., ever talk about his family?

Jack: I wish there were a way to do this without making Babe's family suffer.

Zach: That's impossible. Everyone has to believe that this is real, everyone -- her family, her friends, ok. That's where the official autopsy report comes in. That's where we need you.

Kendall: Thank you so much for your time.

Zach: Thank you.

Miss Johnson: I only wish I could've been more help.

Kendall: You and me both.

Zach: Tell Drummond to bring the car.

Kendall: Where are we going?

Zach: Tell him to hurry up.

Josh: Zach is not going to let anything happen to Kendall. Trust me -- she's very well-protected.

Babe: I'm glad.

Josh: Me, too.

Babe: Is there a -- is there a phone in here? I want to call Mama.

Josh: No. Babe, listen to me -- you need to be resting.

Babe: Hmm. But, Josh, I want to see my mama.

Josh: I'll tell you what. As soon as Wendy gets back in here, I'll go out there, and I'll call her myself.

Babe: Will you tell her I want to see her?

Josh: I will. But if she comes back in here while you're sleeping, we're not going to wake you.

Babe: No, Josh, please.

Josh: Babe, listen to me -- you almost died. For a minute, I thought you did. Please just trust me. Let me take care of you. Let me do what I need to do.

J.R.: I hate that the last things that I said to Babe were so vicious. I wish I could have told her everything that I told you just now -- how much I loved her, how much of a great mother that I thought she was. Instead, I threatened her and gave her insults. I made her last days on this earth so miserable, and my God, I would do anything, I would give my life to take that back.

Krystal: Babe always forgave you, J.R. Even when you did the unforgivable, she found it in her heart to let it go. I'm willing to bet wherever she is right now, she's forgiven you again.

J.R.: Hmm. Did I ever tell you about the time Babe and I drove all over Pine Valley one night to try to find her these chewy, strawberry candies?

Krystal: No. Hmm. She loved those when she was little.

J.R.: Well, I got news for you -- she still does -- did. Well, anyway, she was pregnant with Little A, and she had this craving like you wouldn't believe and I swear we must've driven to, like, 30 different convenience stores to try to find these strawberry things.

Krystal: Any luck?

J.R.: No. But at this one store, this nasty lady behind the counter just let loose on Babe, saying how could a pregnant woman be out at all hours trying to pollute her system with this stuff?

Krystal: Oh --

J.R.: I know, but it even got nastier from there. I mean, it must've been 10:30 at night. There was, like, no way a bag of candy could've hurt her. But I was about ready to go off on her. But Babe stopped me, and she walked to the back, she bought a fresh banana, and we walked out. She said she wouldn't let me go there, because this lady was working the night shift on Saturday and probably had problems of her own.

Krystal: Babe saw all sides.

J.R.: Do you think this time she'd forgive me?

Krystal: I do.

J.R.: Do you forgive me?

Bianca: Oh. How is she?

Jeff: Very lucky -- a slight concussion and some bruised ribs.

Zoe: It hurts like more.

Jeff: Well, because of your head trauma, there's really not much that I can give you.

Zoe: Oh.

Jeff: So it's going to be a rough couple of days. I'll check in with you later.

Zoe: Thank you.

Jack: Hey, Derek. I'm sorry it took me so long to get here.

Derek: Well, it seems Zoe's attack was the result of a hate crime and not the Satin Slayer.

Jack: Really? Have you had a chance to question her?

Derek: I was just about to.

Zoe: Thank you.

Orderly: You're welcome.

Bianca: Well, the good news is that Julia was able to keep this all under wraps, so you don't have to worry about any paparazzi hanging around, trying to get your picture in the bushes.

Jack: Hey, sweetheart.

Bianca: Hey, Jack.

Jack: Hi, Zoe. I'm very sorry about what happened. Um -- if you'd feel up to it, we'd love to ask you some questions. Did you see your attacker?

Zoe: It's all still hazy.

Derek: Do you recall if he said anything?

Zoe: I'm not sure. J.R. --

Derek: What about J.R.?

Zoe: He was there.

Jack: Wait a second. Are you -- are you saying J.R. Chandler did this to you?

Zoe: No, no, no, no, no, no. No, he was --

[Zoe coughs]

Zoe: He was at the cemetery later, after I'd been hurt. I was on the ground and J.R. saw me. He left me there.

J.R.: You've been quiet for a while now. Is that a good thing or a bad thing?

Krystal: Oh. It's a very good thing, J.R. I forgive you. I forgive you.

[J.R. and Krystal hug]

Adam: That is the most beautiful thing I have seen in weeks. Ha. I'm so glad you two aren't at each other's throats anymore. Well, this young fellow here -- you've met him -- made a few mistakes.

Krystal: We all have.

Adam: Yeah. Well, just tell me that we can all get along together now, like a real family.

Krystal: We are a real family.

Adam: Oh.

Kendall: Now I know why you were so quiet in the car ride here. "Alexander Cambias, Sr., beloved father, beloved husband, 1942-2003." Have you ever been here before?

Babe: When you call Mama, can you tell her that I love her and I miss her and Little A, too?

Josh: I will. I promise. Oh, my excuse to go get some French toast. I'm leaving you in very good hands. I promise. You, on the other hand, better watch your back.

Wendy: I'm not worried.

Josh: I'll see you soon.

Babe: Don't forget to call Mama.

Josh: Don't you forget to get some rest.

[As soon as he leaves Babe's room, Josh plays a tape recording for her benefit.]

Woman's voice: Dr. Conway to ICU, Dr. Conway to ICU.

Krystal: Did you -- did you ever see that department store photo of Babe and me where she was about 6 years old?

J.R.: The one where you guys are wearing those matching 1980s dresses?

Krystal: Yeah, and the matching 1980s hairstyles?

J.R.: Hmm.

Krystal: One big ponytail right out of the side of my head.

J.R.: Yeah, yours was on the right.

Krystal: Yeah, and Babe's was on the left.

Adam: No, you didn't.

Krystal: Oh, yeah. It was bad. It was bad.

J.R.: Babe loved that picture.

Krystal: Yeah.

Adam: Oh.

Krystal: I'm surprised you married into this family after you saw that picture.

[Laughter]

Adam: Ah. I want to take a look at that photograph.

Krystal: No. No way.

Adam: Oh. Oh, Bi --

Bianca: You heartless son of a bitch.

[Kendall and Zach walk up to his father's tombstone which reads, "Alexander Cambias, Sr., Beloved Father, Beloved Husband, 8/1/1942, 8/29/2003]

Kendall: I don't think it was such a good idea to come here. You're upset, Zach -- I can feel it. What are you thinking right now? Just talk to me.

Woman's voice: Michael Cambias -- it can't be.

Kendall: You know what, Zach? I think that we should leave.

Zach's voice: Crazy old man --

Woman's voice: But he was your father.

Kendall: We know it's a lie. We know that what is says is a lie. Your father was not beloved --

Ryan's voice: Take the DNA test.

Kendall: Not by you, not by anyone.

Ryan: Of dollars to --

Kendall: He died a lonely, bitter unloved man.

Zach's voice: May he rot in hell, along with you.

Joe's voice: I've never been asked to do something like this.

Kendall: You're upset, Zach. I can feel it. Are you sure this isn't just stirring up a bunch of painful memories?

Kendall's voice: He died a bitter, unloved man. He died a bitter, unloved man. He died a bitter, unloved man. He died a bitter, unloved man. He died a bitter, unloved man.

[Unable to bear all the voices in his head any longer, Zach frantically starts digging on top of his father's grave and yells loudly.]

>> On the next "All My Children" --

Zach (to Kendall): There's a secret in that grave. Dig him up.

J.R. (to Adam): Learn from my stupid mistakes, Dad. Don't do anything to Krystal that you're going to regret.

Adam: Why would I do anything to Krystal?

[J.R. looks at Krystal who's apprehensively standing nearby]

Babe (to Josh): Are you lying to me? Am I going to die?

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