AMC Transcript Thursday 4/19/07

All My Children Transcript Thursday 4/19/07


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[With a cold steely look in his eyes, Del holds up his rifle]

[Music plays at ConFusion where Hannah drinks alone]

[Annie and Ryan laugh]

Ryan: No, if it had "wedding" in the title, Annie rented it.

Annie: Hello? I have a huge event to plan. I have to prepare for any possible disaster.

Di: So if I were to make up a toast to the whole wedding party -- let them in on the whole headboard banging into the wall keeping us all up at Wildwind, you wouldn't like that?

Annie: I would kill you.

Ryan: And it wouldn't bother me a bit -- I love it!

Del: Hey!

Di: Oh.

Del: The guy who killed our sisters just got a free pass. You could at least pretend to care.

Erica: Jack -- Jack, there has got to be some way to reverse this. I mean, Alexander Cambias is a vicious killer

Jack: Yes, he is. Unfortunately, we couldn't convince the judge that he was not insane.

Aidan: Listen, Johnny, I want to find her as much as you do.

Erica: Kendall said that this insanity act -- this was nothing but a joke. I mean, why couldn't the judge see that?

Jack: I think the judge did see it, in fact. But Cambias had every legal base covered. The judge's hands were tied.

Aidan: I've looked all over Pine Valley for her, mate. Ava's nowhere to be seen. She's probably left town already. I'll let you know. Ok.

Erica: This look-alike of Lily's -- that's another reason that I stopped by. I figured it out. It was Ava I saw in that hotel room at the Valley Inn, not -- not Lily. But they could be twins.

Aidan: Yeah, in looks only. Ava is absolute trouble.

Erica: So she could be anywhere?

Jack: Yeah.

Lily: I found my half sister. Meet Ava.

Julia: Dr. Martin --

[Julia sighs]

Julia: I'm really getting nervous. If the union and -- and the board don't reach an agreement in an hour, we're --

Jeff: No, the board just got out of emergency session.

Julia: And they're no closer to an agreement? You know, if I just have five minutes with those bean-counting jackasses, I tell you --

J.R.: Well, since you ask so nicely -- your five minutes starts right now.

Babe: So good.

Krystal: Ok, how far away is that ice cream parlor?

Babe: Oh, you so read my mind.

Colby: Uh-oh.

Babe: Mmm -- chocolate fudge and colored sprinkles.

Krystal: Mmm, you got it.

Babe: Oh, yeah. Shall we?

Colby: Yeah.

Krystal: Oh -- marshmallows.

Babe: Of course. Wouldn't forget.

Krystal: Ok. Hurry.

[Colby and Babe chuckle]

Josh: You know, I turned in my stethoscope, but I feel compelled to warn you, you're taking your life in your hands.

Krystal: You missed Babe.

Josh: I'm not here for Babe. How's the new mom feeling?

Krystal: Like her heart's been shattered in a million pieces.

Adam: You and Jamie suffered a terrible accident. It's understandable you'd be skittish and paranoid and waiting for that other shoe to drop.

[Adam chuckles]

Adam: It's quite understandable. And prudent, really.

[Music plays at ConFusion]

Tad: You know, as much as I appreciate the sentiment, your face doesn't exactly scream "congratulations on your new baby, Thaddeus."

Derek: Well, you don't look like a vision of bliss, either, my friend. Let's -- let's drink some more.

Tad: Yeah.

Derek: To small miracles named Jenny.

Jamie: Thank you. Hey, Jenny. Recognize your big brother?

Adam: You and Jamie had an awful scare. You have a lot to be thankful for. And still, it would be wise to think of this accident as a warning, because tragedy can happen at any time. Some people might not be so fortunate as others. Who knows what terrible thing could happen, and to whom.

Amanda: Why are you being so hard on me, Adam? I've done everything that you asked. I even steered Jamie away from you. Do you know he was ready to strangle you after the accident?

Adam: It almost makes up for that box of garbage you were trying to pass off as Martin's secrets.

Amanda: Jamie said that it was so important.

Adam: It was a bunch of drivel about some orphan brat, and you know it.

Amanda: Look, I swear, I thought it would be important, ok?

Adam: No more lies. It must be very frustrating for you not knowing what condition your mother is really in. How is Mommy, where is Mommy? Is she getting her meds? Or have I become so disappointed in you that I've gone back on my word to protect her?

Amanda: Look, I swear I'm not going to mess up again, ok? Just tell me that she's ok.

Adam: I'm the one giving the orders here, not you. I want to know something about Martin -- about Tad or Jamie. Otherwise, the next near miss may not be a miss at all. Now get out of my face.

Krystal: Come on, you don't have to squint. I'm sure it's written across my forehead plain as day -- "sucker."

Josh: Well, I don't know. Let's see. You know, reading was never my best subject, but I could swear that says "liberated." I know you're hurting, Krystal. But you know something? Adam never deserved you.

Krystal: Why are you being so nice?

Josh: Well, maybe because I am nice.

Krystal: Or maybe because you think if you butter me up, I'll plead your case to Babe.

Josh: Well, you know, maybe a month or, hell, a few days ago, that would have been true. But now, I'm here because I like you. We're in the same boat. We both have to let go of the person we love even though we're still crazy about them.

Krystal: I'm through with Adam. But your track record tells me you'd go for a reunion with Babe tomorrow.

Josh: No, not this time. Babe's about to start a whole new life for herself, and I need to do the same. I'm ready.

Krystal: Come on, do I have "sucker" written across my forehead? Are you sure?

Josh: Actually, I think it says "floored." Congratulations, Krystal.

Krystal: I know you did it out of love, Josh, when you strong-armed me to tell Adam about the baby. Was it misguided? Maybe. None of your business? Probably. But did you do it for all the right reasons? Yeah, I think you did.

Babe: Thank you.

Josh: Still the most beautiful woman I've ever met.

J.R.: If you would just let me get a word in here, I'd be happy to explain the board's position. The hospital needs a new MRI scanner, Julia.

Julia: Yeah.

J.R.: A lot of this equipment hasn't been upgraded in years.

Julia: Yeah, and whose fault is that?

Jeff: No, why don't you leave this at the bargaining table?

J.R.: There are more pressing issues.

Julia: More pressing issues than paying your nursing staff what we're worth? Ok. Well, when we walk out, J.R., are you going to be the one here dumping bedpans and hooking up IVs?

J.R.: Spoken like a caring, devoted nurse.

Jamie: Always looking to screw someone over, aren't you, J.R.?

[Music plays at ConFusion]

Di: Wait, just listen. Alexander Cambias has taken enough away from us, Del. Don't let him ruin the rest of our lives.

Del: Whatever.

Di: Del?

Del: I said fine.

Tad: Well, it's been a slice, baby, but I got a hot date with a real cutie I just met. I think you know who I'm talking about.

Derek: Yeah. Oh, please -- please don't forget to e-mail Dani and Livvy a picture of the baby. They have been driving me crazy. Please.

Tad: Ok.

Derek: Excuse me, guys, I know we had a bad day in court today, and none of us is happy about it, but I don't want to see anyone taking matters into their own hands.

Lily: By implementing a simple theory of deduction, I was able to find that Ava was staying at the Valley Inn. So I went up to her room and I introduced myself. I solved the mystery. Even though you lied when you said you couldn't find her, I was able to deduce that by the look on your face.

Aidan: I was trying to protect you, Lily.

Ava: Look, Lily, I told him that I didn't want to meet you. He just didn't want you to feel like crap.

Jack: What made you change your mind, Ava, about wanting to get to know Lily?

Erica: And when I saw you at the Valley Inn, why were you pretending to be Lily?

Ava: Ok -- look, Lily, don't take this personal or anything, but I got to go.

Lily: Why?

Ava: I don't belong here.

Lily: Yes, you do. Dad, tell her she doesn't have to go. Erica?

Erica: No -- maybe it's for the best.

Lily: But Ava's my family, and you always say that family's so important.

Jack: Yes, sweetheart, family is important, but you and Ava -- you've only just met.

Lily: But she's my half sister. Like Kendall and Bianca -- they're half sisters. And I want to be close like they are, but we -- but we can't if we're not together. So if you make Ava leave, then I'm going with her.

Erica: Ava, have you had dinner?

Ava: Actually, no.

Erica: Well, Lily is a fabulous cook.

Jack: As a matter of fact, Lily can follow any recipe without using measuring devices. Isn't that right, dear?

Lily: Approximately. I'm really good at determining weights and measures. But if you want a turkey sandwich, that won't require a recipe.

Ava: Actually, that sounds great. Turkey's my favorite.

Lily: Mine, too. Although Ava is two years older than me, we do have a lot in common, like turkey sandwiches and running away with our boyfriends. I'll cut your sandwich into triangles.

Ava: Get lost. I know. Look, please, just do me one favor. Don't make me look so totally vicious when you tell Lily I bailed.

Jack: Actually, Ava, no one has said you had to leave.

Erica: But we certainly want some answers.

Jack: Yes, indeed. What do you say we go inside? Tell us, for instance -- I'll ask again -- why'd you change your mind about Lily?

Erica: And why did you pretend to be her?

Aidan: What do you want with her now, huh?

Ava: Ok, first off, I shouldn't have faked you out, Ms. Kane. I'm really, truly sorry about that, but I -- I mean, I couldn't tell you who I was, not to you. I mean, I was -- I was nervous. I -- I -- it was all I could do not to geek out and ask you for an autographed picture. I mean --

Jack: Ok. Here's the thing. Lily's very impressionable. We're quite concerned about her getting hurt.

Ava: I would never, ever hurt her. Why are they looking at me like I'm contaminated? What did you say to them?

Aidan: Stolen wallets, jewelry, credit card numbers. Must I go on? I mean, just really what a charmer you are, Ava.

Ava: You and that jerk Jonathan have treated me like dirt since I got here! The only person that's been halfway decent to me is your little girlfriend, Di. I wonder -- I wonder what Di would think about the BS that you're pulling right now.

[Music plays at ConFusion]

Di: You don't have to worry about us, Derek. None of us is going to do anything stupid.

Derek: Well, evening the score with Cambias might not seem stupid to everyone here.

Ryan: Yeah, we hate what the guy pulled in court, Derek. We want to see him punished. It doesn't mean that we're going to do it ourselves.

Derek: Hey, I'm not judging anyone. My daughter was one of Cambias' victims. So I know how tempting it is. But vigilante justice won't put him in jail.

Jonathan: Say it. Come on, say it, Derek. This whole lecture -- we know who it's all directed to, right? You think I'm going to go after Alexander. It's not for anybody else here. Just for me. Max, get me another pitcher of margaritas.

Ryan: Hey, you ok?

Jonathan: You mean am I plotting Cambias' murder?

Ryan: I mean you're wound up. We all are.

Jonathan: You and Derek have the same eyes on me right now. What are you waiting for? You think I'm going to break? I'm going to snap? I'm going to drag the old man down to a cave? What am I going to do, Ryan? Cut his skull open -- go find his tumor?

Ryan: You can't tell me you haven't thought about it -- hasn't crossed your mind, because it has mine.

Jonathan: I'd love to wrap my hands around the old man's throat. But you know why I'm not going to? Because I'm not that guy anymore.

Jack: Ava, understand we're not condemning you. We are aware of what you've had to do -- for money.

Ava: No -- you think I'm a hooker? That's what you told them. Huh. Well, guess what -- I'm not. I steal wallets. I'm a big thief. Whoo! No sex, no big deal just -- just think of me as Robin Hood, of the hood. Steal money from the pervs to feed the hungry, which is me. Those oversexed, disgusting pigs deserve to be ripped off anyway.

Erica: Ok, so this is exactly the lifestyle we don't want Lily exposed to.

Ava: Well, it's not like we have "take your sister to work" day.

Jack: Yeah. But, Ava, Lily has already put you up on a pedestal of sorts.

Ava: Oh. What pedestal? My dad's not a lawyer. My mom is not a superstar. My dad's dead. And my mom -- she's completely useless, so I'm on my own. And I'm not sorry for anything. I mean, you're all so freaked out about me. What about you?

Jamie: You know, I just came from visiting my baby sister in the nursery, and you know what I was thinking the entire time I held her? Not is she going to grow up to play with trucks or dolls, not whose eyes does she have. It was more thank God she's away from Adam Chandler. That's what I thought.

J.R.: Yeah? And you're telling me this why?

Jamie: Because if you had had your way, Jenny would have been raised under your father's roof, and had to grow up as twisted as you.

J.R.: Well, haven't you heard? Bricks, booze, broken glass -- that's all in my past. So is me wanting Jenny to be a Chandler.

Jamie: Oh, come on, J.R. As long as you live in Adam's house, you're just begging your daddy for forgiveness.

Julia: I can't believe your father called in temps.

Jeff: There is a very good chance that they'll still be able to strike a deal, but in the meantime, it's our job to make sure that our patients get the best care possible.

Julia: The best care possible is with us, not these substitutes.

J.R.: How does Julia put up with a smug know-it-all like you?

Jamie: You can't deny your father's a jerk.

J.R.: Who's denying it? J.R. and Adam, the evil duo. Everybody knows that. Tad and Jamie -- there's a couple of real heroes. I'm curious, how do you deal with your perfect dad knowing that he created half of all this mess? If he would have just kept his pants on. Huh. But that's right, I forgot. Snagging married women is a Martin tradition.

Jamie: Oh, shut the hell up!

J.R.: No, you shut up! Now, for once in my life, I'm ready to move the hell on. Now, either you catch up, or you get the hell out of my way.

Stuart: Oh! Huh. I -- I thought that the -- the house was empty. It's so quiet.

Adam: Yeah, the traitors all scampered away like rats. The place has never seemed so serene.

Stuart: Or so empty. I'm glad you have Colby here with you.

Adam: You mean Krystal's newest daughter? No, they've turned her against me, too.

Stuart: Colby walked out on -- what did you do? You do something?

Adam: What, are you going to turn against me, too? If -- just -- why don't you just get out? Join the enemy? I don't need a damn one of you.

Stuart: Adam, I know you. And the -- the angrier you get, the more hurt you're hiding. And the more wounded you are, the more damage you want to do. Please, Adam -- please. Promise me you won't hurt anyone else.

Tad: How are you doing, stranger? What's all this I hear about you coming home tomorrow, huh? Well, I don't exactly know where that is, either, but I don't want you to worry about a thing, ok? That's for us big folk to work out. You just keep doing more research into the perfect spit bubble. Now, as the newest charter member of the clan, I think that it's only fair to warn you about something. The older you get around here, the more you have to endure stories about the family. I intend to bore you stupid with stories about your namesake. It was your aunt, my sister. Oh. If only she were alive to see you. She'd be so happy. A more beautiful woman you'd never hope to meet, inside and out. Had a smile -- yeah, like a smile like a sunrise. You should be so lucky as to get that smile. Hmm. When you get old enough, I'll tell you about your sister, Kate. She was named after your great-grandmother. That woman had the heart of a lion. No matter how badly I screwed up -- and I screwed up bigtime -- she was always there. Always love me, support me -- protect me. Hmm. That's what I'm going to do for you, mon chi-chi. Because you're a blessing. You're perfect.

Adam: What are you still doing here? I told you to get out. Go tell your wife how the nasty Adam is chasing out the poor Careys.

Stuart: But a messenger gave me this to give to you.

Adam: Martin, you son of a bitch!

Jack: Ava, you must understand Lily has some unique challenges.

Ava: And you think I'm the biggest one yet, huh?

Jack: No, actually, I don't think you're even close. You look like my daughter. But from everything Aidan's told us, your lifestyle and hers are quite different. Totally opposite, in fact.

Aidan: If you're playing some kind of game --

Ava: Ok, maybe you missed the part where I said I want to make this work.

Erica: Oh, Sean? Sean, this is Lily's half sister, Ava.

Jack: We're right in the middle of something, so --

Ava: Oh, Sean. The cousin, right?

Sean: She won't freak out if I shake her hand?

Ava: I can do a lot more than that.

Jack: Yeah, ok -- listen, Lily's in the kitchen making a turkey sandwich for Ava. Why don't you go help? Go.

[Ava chuckles]

Ava: Ok, I don't have rabies. At least I could have shook his hand.

Jack: I'll tell you what, Ava. You can stay -- short term.

Erica: Very short term.

Jack: But you make one problem around here -- one problem around here, and you're out the door. Follow?

Sean: She was done. So, if you come to a traffic light, and the light turns red, are you --

Erica: Sean.

Lily: I hope you like the sandwich that's how I make them for myself. One teaspoon of mayonnaise on each slice of wheat bread and two slices of turkey, and lettuce --

Ava: And relish. Oh, my God, I love relish.

Lily: Me, too. I -- I thought you would, because I like it so much. Should I pack? Do we have to leave?

Jack: No, actually, I've agreed to let Ava stay here for a little while.

Lily: Really? Well, that's great news. I'll go make a bed for her.

Jack: Sean, why don't you go help her out? Go. Help her out.

Ava: Mm, delish! You look like you want to talk in private. I'll be outside.

Jack: Boy, I sure hope this doesn't blow up in my face.

Aidan: Let me just expand on Jack's warning, all right? You steal from Lily, you scare Lily, you touch Lily, or you upset Lily, you're going to deal with Jack and me.

Ava: All right, I got it.

Aidan: And you have to pay Jonathan back for that nice little hotel stay you had.

Ava: Oh, yeah, about that -- um -- can you tell him that I can't do it? I'm a little short this month, and I -- I was going to just let him get off with a little trade-off but I just turned good, remember? So tell him that's what he gets for treating his ex-wife's half sister like sewage.

Aidan: Nobody here owes you anything, Ava, and least of all Lily. You remember that.

Jonathan: How's your margarita?

Annie: No way you have margaritas on your mind.

Jonathan: No. Not a second ago, but now -- now I'm going to be all about the positive. So then, seriously, am I wearing a tuxedo to this wedding?

Annie: Hmm.

Ryan: Well, I didn't see this coming.

Hannah: Well, Alexander's always been a step ahead of the game. But after all these years, I've had this delusion of justice, revenge.

Ryan: I guess the best revenge would be to get on with our lives and just forget about him.

Hannah: Have a good night.

Babe: That's my bite right there.

Krystal: Don't take all the cookie dough.

Colby: Ah! Sorry.

Krystal: You always do that.

Babe: Oh, mmm.

J.R.: Hey, I heard you and the baby are checking out tomorrow.

Krystal: Hmm, God willing. Ooh.

J.R.: Listen, I know you guys are checking into the Valley Inn, but if you don't mind, I've gone ahead and leased Ryan's condo for you.

Babe: You're kidding.

Colby: That's so awesome. Does my brother rock, or what?

Krystal: Oh, thank you, J.R.

Babe: But you're not paying for it. I can afford to support us.

J.R.: Well, that's ok. I mean, it's the least I can do since you're watching my two sisters.

Colby: Dad told you I moved out?

J.R.: Yeah. You made the right decision. Save yourself. Don't look back.

Colby: Ok. Ever since I delivered Jenny, I've turned into this blubbering dork. Postpartum, I guess.

Babe: You have to be a mama to have postpartum, Colby.

Krystal: Oh, well, Colby did deliver Jenny. That makes her an honorary mama. So you just cry as much as you want to. It only means that your heart's forever linked to our baby. Thank you. I wanted one family for my baby, but she's got a better one than I ever dreamed.

Tad: It's working. It's working.

Nurse: Well done.

Tad: Yeah, I think I'll be all right.

Nurse: You're going to be great.

Tad: Ah, look at you. You've certainly got a Martin's appetite on you. Yeah, you know something? Between you and me, it's the first time I ever got the chance to do this, because I was never able to feed your sister and your brother. I was never lucky enough to be around them. Jamie and Kate were this small. You're something else. How am I ever going to begin to say thank you?

Adam: I'm going to kill him.

Stuart: Adam, you better sit down. You don't look so good.

Adam: Martin wants me to admit that I'm not the baby's father. He wants a legal document stating that he's the father, and I'm the fool.

Stuart: Well, he wants to be his baby's father.

Adam: So did I, Stuart. Admitting that child is not legally mine is admitting that my wife is a whore, and I'm her stooge.

Stuart: This is -- we're not talking about who owns the baby. It's not like she's a car or a set of golf clubs or something. Charlotte was yours in your heart from day one, even when -- when you burned up all her stuff, all the things in that bonfire, but you can't burn away the love you have for that little girl. So why don't you get on the phone and call Krystal and tell her to come home -- and tell her how much you miss your daughter?

Julia: Time's almost up. I don't know why I'm holding out hope.

Jamie: Because there's always a chance. Want me to stick around?

Julia: No, I've got to do this alone. Excuse me.

[Jeff arrives and silently shakes his head]

Julia: Ok, folks. That's it. The negotiation deadline has passed. Our contracts have expired. This is where we walk.

J.R.: I hope the next time I come in, I don't see Jenny snuggled up to a pint of rum raisin.

Babe: Yeah.

Krystal: Well, we'll start her out slow, with vanilla.

J.R.: Yeah.

Babe: Hmm -- J.R. -- wait -- wait up. We didn't talk about Little Adam's schedule.

J.R.: Oh, well, sit down.

Babe: And we never decided on preschool. I was maybe thinking the three-day-a-week.

J.R.: Yeah, that's ok. What about swim lessons? I think they're on Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:00.

Babe: Ok, hold on. Mondays and Wednesdays. Got it. This is weird. I mean, us being civil for our son.

J.R.: It's not as easy as it looks. I better go -- before I blow the moment.

Babe: Hmm.

J.R.: All right.

Krystal: Ok, well -- is everything ok?

Babe: Yeah. For the first time in a long time, I actually feel free -- free to concentrate on the Carey girls and Little Adam and my friends. A fresh start -- it's an incredible feeling. Do you feel it, too, Mama?

Tad: Hey, look at this. Three hotties, no waiting. Do you have any idea how phenomenal our daughter is?

Krystal: Yeah, I do.

Jamie: Adam ran me off the road. You planning on doing something about that?

Derek: No, because I have no proof it was Adam, and your insistence isn't enough. Look, I'll keep the investigation open, Jamie, but I suggest you lay low for a while, just to be safe.

Amanda: You have really got to let go of this grudge against Adam.

Jamie: Why are you still defending him?

Amanda: I'm not. I'm worried sick about my mom.

Jamie: And what if Adam was responsible for your mom's escape?

Amanda: You keep saying that. She denied it when you talked to her. If we are going to find my mom, then we need to focus on her, and drop all of this stuff with Adam Chandler.

Adam: The only Charlotte that ever existed was our sister.

Stuart: Well, you raised J.R. with Tad and Dixie. That wasn't easy, but -- but -- but you did it. And now you and Krystal --

Adam: No. Now drop it.

Stuart: Um -- I'm maybe going to go work at the hospital tomorrow -- if the nurses go on strike, and -- but I'm going to go into that little girl's room, and I'm going to tell her that you still love her, even though you're too stubborn to admit it.

Adam: Oh. Get that kid out of my life, one way or another. Oh, my God.

Jonathan: So -- all right, I need to know -- can I use the word "booty" in the best man's speech?

Di and Annie: No!

Jonathan: Well --

[On the deck with the green butterfly pin, a woman stares at the Pine Valley Bulletin Online website where there's an article about the Satin Slayer and photos of Zach, Ryan, Kendall, and Alexander. Clicking on Ryan's picture, she makes his face take up half the screen.]

Joe: What a mess. And the board -- they can't come up with the money, but why?

Jeff: You know, Dad, it was so different where I worked in Africa. You looked after a lot of people with a lot less. I mean, it wasn't about profit. It was a -- it was a job, a mission.

Joe: Yeah. Something else is bothering you? Erica? Oh, my. I'm sorry. I know you hoped it would work out.

Jeff: Well, maybe I expected too much from Erica -- and Pine Valley. But I have a son. Maybe I was foolish to wish for too much.

Erica: Well, they certainly look identical.

Jack: They sure do. But that girl is nothing like our daughter.

Erica: I hope you mean that. "Our daughter." I love Lily, too, you know. I just want her to be safe. I want her to be happy.

Jack: I know you do.

Erica: When she first mentioned Kendall and Bianca, I couldn't help but remember exactly how rocky that relationship began.

Jack: Yeah, that thought crossed my mind, as well.

Erica: We got through it then. We'll get through it now.

Ava: See you later, sexy. Huh. Cha-ching.

Colby: Look what I found at the gift shop. How flippin' cute is this?

Babe: Oh, stop it -- "diva in training"? Ha-ha!

Tad: It was amazing. I mean, it was -- it was such a thrill. It was the first time in my life I ever got to bottle-feed my own child, and she was terrific. She sucked the whole thing down like a champ. Even let me burp her without making a fuss.

Krystal: I'm happy for you, Tad. For you and for Jenny.

Jamie: A strike's a lot of pressure.

Julia: Yeah. It's not that. Jamie, I have a bad feeling. I think maybe I should've taken you up on your offer -- to use your money to make up the difference between the board's offer and the nurse's demands. Anything can happen, and it scares the hell out of me.

Stuart: I'm here to take care of the baby.

Nurse: Thank God. I think they have the wrong med chart in here. Keep an eye on things.

Stuart: Mm-hmm.

[Lowering his mask, Stuart's expression suddenly looks more like Adam as he puts his hands around Jenny's bassinet and stares at her.]

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

Tad (to Joe): Where's Jenny? She's gone.

J.R.: We didn't want to freak Krystal out.

Joe: But that's impossible.

Tad: She's not in her bassinet. This can't be happening, not again.

Jamie (to Adam): Where is she?

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