All My Children Transcript Monday 5/28/07
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[Music plays as Greenlee sits on Fusion's rooftop thinking of Ryan]
Annie: Orange and pink. Emma's new favorite colors, and they were all over the wall. Actually, it's quite artistic. Very Monet. And don't worry -- she knows not to do it anymore. And from now on, all artwork goes on paper. So I'm thinking about getting to Fusion early today. Back-to-back meetings, face to face with Greenlee. Hand-to-hand combat by noon, I'm sure. Maybe I should take the fireplace brush with me to work. Or the poker. What do you think? Should I take the fireplace brush with me or the poker?
Ryan: I kissed her. Last night, I -- I kissed Greenlee.
Kendall: You know, this -- this bringing-me-to-work thing -- I -- I -- what's -- what's going on with that?
Zach: Why? A man can't bring his wife to her office?
Kendall: Yeah -- um -- I like it.
[Zach growls as he kisses Kendall]
Kendall: Mm-hmm. I like it, but --
Kendall: You have an office full of people waiting for you.
Zach: You have an office full of Greenlee, so I thought I'd come as backup.
[Hearing the elevator approaching, Greenlee hides in the back]
Zach: The coast is clear.
Kendall: Good. You know, I liked Greenlee a lot more when I actually missed her. I mean, now that she's back in town, and she's all over Ryan, she's up in my face, grabbing at Fusion -- and then the way that she slammed on you for what happened at the clinic.
Zach: What happened was my fault.
Kendall: Yeah, but you didn't do it to hurt Greenlee. I mean, she doesn't get to come back here and try to ruin our lives just because she's miserable.
Zach: Well, she's not done yet.
Kendall: I know. That's what I'm afraid of.
Zach: That's why I'm here -- to make sure you don't get another round of flak.
Kendall: Right. Well, after the way Greenlee acted last night, hopefully she'll be too embarrassed to show her face today.
Annie: You kissed Greenlee? Maybe I should go with the poker. Hmm.
Ryan: It just happened, Annie. I -- look, she was upset, and I suppose that I was trying to comfort her.
Annie: Pity kiss?
Ryan: Annie, when she kissed me, it confirmed something. It confirmed that in that moment, that I knew that I was kissing the wrong person. All right? I -- I knew that -- that any question about what I -- I might have had with Greenlee, that is totally and completely gone. She is -- she is my past. You're my future.
Annie: Greenlee is a part of your future, too. Something tells me she's not going anywhere.
Ryan: That kiss on the roof was the last one. I made that very clear to her. It won't happen again.
Adam: You -- you did it. You won again. What a clever boy you are. Yeah. Well, I guess we shouldn't be surprised about that, because you know, they named you after me for a reason, you know. Yeah, so you have brains and -- and the will to win. Oh, I missed you so much. Little A, you mean the world to me, little man, you know that? So now that you have my name, you're going to grow up and be just like me.
J.R.: Little A, Lucretia made you some waffles -- some animal waffles in the kitchen. Are you hungry?
Adam: Um -- well, we were going to -- to play one more round.
J.R.: No, actually, Little Adam has to eat his breakfast.
Adam: All right. Animal pancakes. Eat a lion for me. We Chandler men can take on the king of the beasts.
J.R.: I warned you before. You stay the hell away from my son.
Krystal: What are you fussing about, huh? You have been loved and fed and loved some more. No reason for the grumps. Mama's going to take care of everything. Yes. Yeah. You don't believe me? Just ask your big sister. Oh, honey -- yeah, I got her from teething to driving just fine. How -- oh, come here, sweetie. No, the only differences is -- here's your paci. Here's your paci. Here. Oh, yeah. Yeah, the only difference is this time, instead of being tumbleweeds, we are going to plant ourselves in one spot and grow ourselves a big old happy life. Yes, and we don't need Adam Chandler and his stinky company shares to do it.
Babe: What's up with Adam's shares?
Krystal: Oh, here. Here, you want to hold your little sister?
Babe: Come here.
Krystal: Oh, he was just --
Babe: Come here. Oh --
Krystal: He was just going on about how he's going to take them away from me. Yeah, teach me a lesson. Oh.
Babe: Your paci.
Krystal: So, I -- I just kick them -- gave them back -- right back. You should have seen the look on his face, I tell you. He was just -- he was locked and loaded for the fight of the century, and I just -- just took that right out of him. Just sucked the air right out of his universe.
Krystal: Mama, those shares are worth a lot of money. I mean, you've got this little one to think about.
Krystal: Yeah. And my own two hands. I'm going to climb my way back up that hill, on my terms. You know? I mean, it's not like I'm not entitled to half the house and the money. It's not like I'm going to be out on the street.
Babe: But what if -- what if something happened, and you --
Krystal: Well, I'll just make more things happen my way. No way am I going to go back to ketchup soup and sock dolls for my little girl. I wish I could have given you more.
Babe: Mom, what you gave me could never fit on some dinky silver spoon. You know, Jenny and I are lucky to have you as our mama.
Krystal: Oh, I'm the lucky one. My daughter, the big high-powered cosmetics executive.
Krystal: A partner. You just keep wowing them at Fusion. And Little A and I will just be cheering you on every step of the way.
Babe: I'll do thank you for the snuggle, my sissy. I love you. Oh, you're all grumpy today.
Krystal: She's a little --
Babe: That's a grumpy bear.
Babe: Oh. Right? Love you, both. Love you.
Krystal: Bye-bye. Thank you.
Kendall: You know, Greenlee hasn't just come back. She's on a mission to take back everything that she's lost. I mean, look how quickly she snagged Babe's shares. And I know she's not done.
Zach: She left her entire life behind. A son she didn't know. It can't be that easy to start over.
Kendall: Is this about Hannah?
Zach: I don't know. Hannah and Greenlee -- they're not that different, you know. They both came looking for what they lost and the son they didn't know, and all they found was pain.
Kendall: She still blames you for what happened to Ethan?
Zach: A grave opens up and -- whatever comes out doesn't want to go back. You know, there's no -- no simple answer.
Kendall: Are you ok?
Zach: Love you. We're the lucky ones, you know?
Kendall: We are.
Di: Sorry to interrupt. I thought I'd be the last one here.
Zach: Reinforcements. Strength in numbers. I'm leaving. Bye.
Kendall: Ok. Bye-bye.
Krystal: We are in luck.
Jamie: Oh. Oh, hey.
Krystal: Oh, hey.
Jamie: I had to get my Jenny fix.
Krystal: Oh. Well, she's always happy to see her brother, too. Aren't you?
Jamie: What do you say you and I hit the park soon? We can, you know, hang out and watch the boats, the kites?
Jamie: Maybe get some ice cream.
Krystal: You hear that?
Jamie: Actually, it might be a little soon for ice cream, but --
Jamie: I'm good with the rest. Do you mind?
Krystal: Oh, please. Sit down.
Jamie: It's a nice day.
Krystal: Yeah. It's my favorite time of year.
Krystal: Bless you.
Jamie: That was some scene last night at the Roadside. Would have been a riot if it weren't for you and Babe.
Krystal: Yeah. Well, it helped that Babe knows her way around bars and bats and drunken skunks. Anybody that takes her on has got to be ready to hit the floor, right?
Jamie: How is Babe?
Krystal: She's good. She's a little quiet, actually.
Jamie: Something was up with her last night.
Krystal: You saw that, too?
Jamie: Yeah. You have any idea what?
Krystal: I -- work, maybe. I mean, Greenlee's back in the mix. That -- that can't be easy.
Jamie: Babe didn't say anything?
Krystal: No. No, not a word. But I can tell when something's scratching at my daughter, and tell you, it does worry me.
Jamie: Well, I'm with you on that. I'll try to find out what it is.
Krystal: Oh. Thanks, Jamie. Bye. Good to see you.
Ryan: We vowed no secrets, which is why I told you about what happened with Greenlee. Now, it was a kiss, but it's over. Over. All I care about is you and our family.
Annie: I'm glad you told me. And I understand that you may feel sorry for Greenlee, but I don't. Maybe her heart is broken, but guess what -- that's happened to all of us. It hurts, but we survive -- without taking other people down with us.
Ryan: She's not going to take us down, because I'm not going to let her.
Annie: Greenlee has to grow up. And she has to deal with this on her own. I mean, doesn't she remember? She left you! She ripped you apart. It's not your job to patch her up.
Ryan: No, I don't plan to, I just -- I wanted you to know what happened between us.
Annie: Because you're a fantastic husband. And you had to tell me about that kiss before Greenlee could.
Babe: Good morning.
Di: Good morning.
Babe: So I guess the ad proofs are going to have to wait until I clean out my desk.
Di: Greenlee snaking back your shares totally sucks.
Babe: Yeah, well, it's in the contract, so --
Di: Yeah, well, that doesn't make it right.
Kendall: Well, we'll get you a better desk. And at least you're here. If we're lucky, Greenlee won't even show her face after last night's scene.
Greenlee: Good morning, all. Well, that's going to have to change.
Kendall: Oh, God.
Greenlee: The attitude.
Kendall: Our attitude was fine until you got here.
Di: Sleep well?
Greenlee: I did. You're lucky I'm here. The numbers are worse than I thought. Someone needs to kick this company in its behind.
Di: Well, that's not the only behind that needs a good kick, now, is it?
Greenlee: Ok. Well, make jokes, but Fusion's in serious trouble.
Babe: Yeah, well, serial murder kind of does that to the bottom line.
Greenlee: I understand, and it was terrible. But regardless of the reason, we need to get Fusion back on track. We need to rally. So let's get focused.
Babe: Well, as soon as I put my life in a box, I'll get back to thinking outside of one.
Greenlee: Babe! I had no idea.
Babe: Give it back.
Greenlee: How did you manage to be partner here? Your GED? You don't even have a high school diploma?
Babe: Mind your own business, Greenlee.
Greenlee: Well, I'm sure you excelled in extracurricular activities.
Kendall: Shut up, Greenlee. Babe has helped Fusion all the way to where it is right now.
Di: Zarf, the teen demo -- those were -- those were all Babe.
Greenlee: Ok. So she can talk to rock stars and teenagers, but what about Ivy League chemists and executives?
Di: Would you just lay off?
Babe: No, it's ok, really. Some people -- they need degrees to feel worth something. But life's lessons have taught me more than any diploma on the wall.
Lily: Hi -- I compiled all the files that you requested, all the projects that Ms. Nichols was working on. Um -- there's the potential mergers and acquisitions, and the new employee pension fund, and the tax structure for the off-shore companies. Ms. Nichols was very busy.
Zach: She was.
Lily: Is there anything else I can help you with?
Zach: That's it, thank you.
Josh: Permission to speak freely.
Josh: That was rhetorical. Listen, Zach, we both know that Hannah is as cool as they come. She's a machine when it comes to business. So you can understand my surprise when I find her in your condo holding a baby's shirt, crying. Tears, Zach, Hannah Nichols. It blew me away.
Zach: It's old news.
Josh: Zach, the woman was a mess. She -- she was all about the dead son that she couldn't feel anymore. How much she missed him, the baby she couldn't have. I didn't know what the hell to do.
Zach: That's why I fixed it, Josh.
Josh: Did you? Did you, Zach? She vanished! And then I find you in her room, all dark and quiet, which isn't unlike you, Zach. But sucking back a fifth of scotch? That is unlike you, so it got me to thinking. You want to hear some more?
Josh: The only thing that would have made her happy was a new baby, to replace her dead son, and I think she wanted you to be the father, again. So tell me, Zach -- did you do it? Did you give her what she wanted?
Zach: Now, you're the one who was sleeping with Hannah. What, you think maybe she's pregnant or something? She didn't say anything, so I -- I think you're in the clear.
Josh: Hmm. That's interesting how you always try to do that -- turn the conversation around so it's not about you. I'm going to ask you again -- what happened with Hannah?
Zach: We talked about Ethan. We talked about losing a child that she never knew. And the emptiness that she tried to fill with anything, and when she got here, it only got magnified. We talked about me and my part in all that, and how I treated Ethan, and how I got to be there when he died.
Josh: Guilt's a bitch.
Zach: She came here to find a son she lost, and all she found was pain. And in the end, it was too much, for her and me. So she left.
Josh: Does Kendall buy that story?
Kendall: I love that outfit. Is it the cutest?
Rachael: I know. He doesn't want to take it off.
Kendall: Oh, my son, the clothes horse.
Greenlee: I have some bullet points we need to discuss.
Kendall: He is getting so big, I think he's going to be busting by the seams by next week. Won't you, big boy?
Greenlee: Kendall, we have a meeting.
Di: Greenlee's a jerk. Big deal you didn't go to high school, huh? She went to flipping UCLA, and she's an idiot. At least you're working for the GED. You know, her grandfather probably bought her grades.
Babe: All I've done so far is buy the study guide, so --
Di: Well, you should go for it. Don't let her get to you. You know, she is going to be on top of you until you actually get sick of her crap and quit here, and we need you a hell of a lot more than we need her.
Greenlee: Ok, save it for lunch, ladies. Now that I'm back, I want this place run like a company, not a club. That means morning staff meetings. Lunch should be no longer than an hour. And brainstorming in the afternoon. I want every department to bring me three ideas on the table every day.
Di: That's a lot of meetings. When do we actually work?
Greenlee: Well, if we're going to be competitive, we're going to have to push. That means structure, discipline, and deadlines.
[Sitting at her desk, Kendall gets an e-mail]
Hannah's voice: "Dear Kendall, I saw Zach before I left, but I -- I didn't get a chance to say goodbye to you. I wanted to thank you for understanding what I'm going through, and for your advice. You may never really know how much you've done for me. Fondly, Hannah."
Stuart: She's wonderful.
Stuart: She's perfect.
Krystal: Now, these -- these are wonderful. What a beautiful gift.
Stuart: I wanted -- I wanted to do something special for Jenny. Something that -- that --
Stuart: Is all her own.
Krystal: But a mural for her room? Stuart, that's a lot of hard work.
Stuart: All right, what do you say? You -- you want to wake up to a -- a magical jungle? Or how about some fairies and frogs and lily pads?
Stuart: Or some -- some unicorns flying through the clouds?
Krystal: They're so beautiful, Stuart. I just -- I don't know how to choose.
Stuart: Well, I am appointing you her official spokesperson. And you can take as long as you want.
Krystal: Oh -- that's so sweet of you. I guess Adam's probably not too happy that you're here.
Stuart: Adam is not too happy about anything these days.
Krystal: And those chest pains -- what -- what did the doctor say?
Stuart: Oh -- it was a little bit of heartburn and a whole lot of angry. How are you and Jenny doing? Are you ok?
Krystal: Well, you know, starting over again is a -- a little nerve-wracking, but you know, I'm an old hand. It's not like I'm alone -- Babe and -- and Little A -- Winnie -- boy, she's a godsend, I'll tell you that much. Oh, it must be quiet over at the Chandler Mansion. But with Adam's heart, maybe that's best.
Adam: J.R., I just had a heart attack. Who knows when I might have another one? If -- if the egg-white omelets and the rabbit food don't kill me first. Oh, God, I don't know how much time I have left.
J.R.: Oh, please. You'll be yelling at whoever's left after Armageddon.
Adam: You can't just cut me off from my grandson. He's one of the few bright spots I have left in my life. You can't deny me these moments of happiness.
J.R.: I already told you, he's not your grandson anymore.
Adam: Yeah, well, I don't think that's your decision to make. He's my own flesh and blood.
J.R.: You did it to me. You can't be alone with my son anymore.
Adam: Ah. This is about payback, is it?
J.R.: No. It's about my son, and I won't let you do to him what you did to me.
Ryan: Greenlee might not even mention the kiss to you.
Annie: There's probably already a billboard on Main Street.
Ryan: Look, even if she goes to the news with it, the point is, is it meant nothing.
Annie: And that's that?
Ryan: For me, yes.
Annie: It is not over with Greenlee just because you say it is.
Ryan: Sit, please. I have an incredible wife who I am head over heels for. I have two unbelievable children that are the world to me. And that is all that I care about. Greenlee is a lifetime ago.
Annie: See, there -- that -- that is what you have been doing since she got back.
Annie: Dismissing what you had. Acting as if you can put Greenlee in a neat little box, label it as the past, and stick her on a shelf.
Ryan: Well, I'd prefer it'd be a double-locked basement in another state.
Annie: Stop, stop. Be serious. You loved Greenlee once. And it was intense, and it was powerful. You didn't leave her because you stopped loving her. She walked away, and you wanted her back. Now she's back.
Ryan: I told you --
Annie: I know what you told me. But being with Greenlee again -- seeing her -- those -- those emotions, those memories -- you can't just shut that down. You can't -- you can't just ignore that, or deny that.
Ryan: I think that you're making --
Annie: If you want to get back together with Greenlee, tell me now, before this marriage goes any further.
Ryan: I want you. I -- I want our marriage and our family. That's what I want. And, yes -- I was in love with Greenlee, but -- but it was -- it was wild and it was crazy. I don't know how to describe it. It was like -- it was like a trapeze act with no net, you know? It was great while we were flying, but the landing was really rough, but with you, it's just real, and it's solid.
Annie: I'm safe -- great.
Ryan: No. No, no, no, no. I'm trying to say that -- that you -- you taught me what true love can be like, that true love doesn't have to be a drama and a circus act, that it's -- it's saying nothing and having a conversation. It's tucking our kids in at night. It's -- it's bad coffee and it's oatmeal baths. That's what it is -- true love. It's your voice. It's your eyes. It's your hands. I don't want to be anywhere else. I don't want to be with anyone else -- no one. So you're just going to have to face the fact that you are stuck with me forever -- actually, till the day after forever.
Annie: Forever is good. It's very good. But -- ahem -- but this day is getting away from me, and I have to get to Fusion before lunch, so --
Ryan: But wait. Aren't -- aren't you forgetting something?
Annie: Ah -- the fireplace poker?
Ryan: No, no -- kiss. You see, that's part of the deal -- you have to kiss me. You have to, every day. You sure you can't stick around a little bit?
Annie: Oh -- it's tempting, but I have to go to work.
Greenlee: Where are you going?
Kendall: Oh, I -- I have somewhere I have to be.
[Kendall prints out Hannah's message]
Greenlee: Yeah, but we have our first concept meeting.
Kendall: I'm sure you can muddle through.
Greenlee: Ok, you don't get special privileges --
Kendall: I'll be back.
Greenlee: Just because.
Kendall: I'll be back.
Zach: You saw the condition she was in. She realized coming to Pine Valley was a mistake, so she left.
Josh: End of story?
Zach: End of story.
Zach: Hey, Josh? Your cute little theory might be amusing to you, but it could hurt other people.
Josh: Like Kendall?
Zach: Like Kendall. And you know how I feel about anyone hurting my wife.
Josh: Whatever you say, boss.
Jonathan: What's up? You called?
Ryan: Yeah, I called, and this is up right here. This is my new venture capital firm.
Jonathan: Oh, ho, ho!
Ryan: We're going to hunt down and invest in start-up companies and grow them all into their potential, and not just any start-up companies -- socially responsible ones. We're talking about education, the environment. You name it, they're making contributions.
Jonathan: That's fantastic. Congratulations.
Ryan: Thank you. You know what? I didn't just invite you over here to talk about it, because I want you to be part of it. Yeah.
Jonathan: What do you mean?
Ryan: I want to hit the ground running, and I want you with me.
Jonathan: Wow. That's a -- that's a big offer.
Ryan: Yeah, only you're the only man for the job.
Jonathan: I'm not the only man.
Ryan: What is that? You're -- are you turning me down?
Jonathan: No, I'm not. I'm -- I'm not.
Ryan: Because you and I talked about you trying to find something a little bit more challenging than your bartending --
Jonathan: No, you know, and I -- I am interested, I am. I don't know, man. My -- I don't know where my life's going right now, ok?
Ryan: Ok. Just -- you'll think about it, though, right?
Jonathan: Yes, I will. Absolutely.
Ryan: Because it would mean the world to me to have my brother there with me. It would be exciting -- maybe not as exciting as your bartending job, but it'll be exciting.
Greenlee: Well, if you can't handle it, I'm going to give it to somebody else.
Babe: I have done the marketing reports every quarter.
Greenlee: But it needs to look professional. That means don't dot your Is with happy faces and flowers.
Babe: I won't start now.
Greenlee: Ok, and before the meeting, I need everyone to have the latest ad copy, mockups of gift-with-purchase, and make sure the coffee is fresh.
Babe: I'll make sure that the intern takes care of it.
Greenlee: Did you know that she's top of her class at PVU? What a waste -- all that education when you could've just done it.
Greenlee: Is something wrong? Because if there is, there are plenty of places you could work where a high school degree is not required.
Jamie: Hey, Babe. Got a minute?
Greenlee: This is a business, not a singles bar.
Babe: Actually, yes. I do.
Jamie: In private?
Greenlee: Well, where's the rest of my crack staff? Doesn't anyone keep regular hours?
Annie: Mommy hours aren't usually regular. Sorry I'm late. Emma's the new Jackson Pollock of the crayon set and I had a bedroom wall to clean up. We ready to work?
Krystal: Oh, well, you know, I have started over more times than I can count without a lick or a promise to go on. But this time around, I -- I have family, I have friends -- rock-solid base.
Krystal: And even better, I have a plan.
Stuart: Oh, really? What -- what is it?
Krystal: Well, no, no, I -- no, I can't talk about it yet -- I don't want to jinx it. But, if I work out all the details, I just might have something that'll help me fill my days and actually make one of my dreams come true.
Stuart: Oh, well, that's the best kind of dreams -- the ones you can live. I see you're still wearing your wedding ring.
Krystal: Um -- yeah, I -- I guess I just didn't realize -- I guess I just didn't realize what it would mean to take it off.
Stuart: Oh -- good. I'm sorry if I upset you.
Krystal: Oh, no, no. Actually -- actually, you just gave me a wonderful idea.
Ryan: It's official -- well, almost official. Hey, have you -- you talked to Lily since the wedding? Because I know after the annulment, she was kind of shut down, but at the wedding, I thought I saw a little break in the armor, you know, maybe a little smile.
Jonathan: Yeah. Well, that's because that wasn't Lily -- that was Ava.
Ryan: What? Are you kidding me? No wonder you were so ticked at her when you saw her at ConFusion.
Jonathan: Yeah. She said she has a reason for the Lily imitation.
Ryan: She had a reason, huh, and that's it? You're ok with it?
Jonathan: Oh, hell, no. I wasn't, but then -- I don't know. I -- I started talking to her, and I got to know her a little bit and -- you know, people do dumb things. You -- you hurt yourself, you hurt someone else, and there's always this little teeny, tiny part of us that wants to write them off and -- and forget about them and move on, but we can't, because we know why they did what they did.
Greenlee: Well, going from play dates to the corporate world is a big step. I don't expect it to be easy, but I do expect you to be on time.
Annie: Just tell me what I missed.
Greenlee: Ok, there's a lot, but I'll go slowly so you can keep up. Basically, I'm going to start running Fusion like a company now. I'll have morning staff meetings, afternoon concept meetings, and I'll need every department to give me three new ideas every day. I know it's a lot, you'll need help, but feel free to ask.
Annie: Oh, well, I already have a file of point-of-purchase possibilities.
Greenlee: Great. We'll see if we can turn them into something viable. I need to go call Robbie, our bio-organics farm manager. He is such a diva.
Di: Where is a weed whacker when you need one?
Annie: Well, with all that manure --
Di: Yeah. I mean, I'm impressed. You've got outstanding self-control, or are we just heavily medicated this morning?
Annie: Oh, I'm just waiting to get her alone.
Kendall: Hey, Lily, is Zach here? And don't tell me he's in a meeting or can't be disturbed.
Lily: He -- I won't, because he's not here.
Josh: Zach's gone. Is everything ok?
Kendall: What do you know about Hannah leaving the way she did?
Zach: You're going to have to trust me, Adam.
Adam: Never completely.
Zach: It was your idea. Now, someone has to go and buy the remaining shares of Chandler Enterprises without throwing up a red flag. If you want your son to remain in the dark, give me the ball and let me run with it.
Kendall: Come on, Josh, you must know something.
Josh: Hannah resigned, she left town. Cambias is looking for a new CFO.
Kendall: Well, there must be more to it.
Josh: Just drop it, all right, Kendall? Leave it alone.
Lily: Wow, Kendall, this is really like a mystery, isn't it? Zach told me that if anyone called or asked for him, that the call should be transferred to him immediately.
Zach: Holding companies are in place. Let me know, and I'll make it happen.
Adam: Hmm. I'll be in touch.
Zach: Don't wait too long. Sooner or later, Junior's going to figure something out. He's not going to sit still.
Jamie: Come on, Babe, talk to me. I know something's up. You were off at the Roadside, and you're not any better now.
Babe: She screwed me over, Jamie.
Babe: I -- I haven't even told Mama. I don't even know how.
Jamie: What did Greenlee do?
Babe: She took back my shares in Fusion. Jamie, I love this company so much, and I have put so much into it, and now I don't even -- I don't even own a paper clip.
Jamie: I'm sorry.
J.R.: Well, this is déjà vu all over again.
Ryan: Remember you said that Ava was trouble at ConFusion?
Jonathan: Ah -- well, I was being harsh about her.
Ryan: Well, no, you had -- reason. I'm just saying make sure she doesn't do some sort of sweet, vulnerable little number on you -- you know what I mean? She's not Lily. In fact, she's Lily's half sister, which means she's even more trouble, so -- you'll stay away from her, right?
Jonathan: Yeah. I will.
Ryan: All right. See ya.
[Annie confronts Greenlee in the restroom]
Annie: Alone at last.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Juliet: Why divorce at all?
Mike: Erica, why wouldn't you admit that you're wrong?
Juliet: Has this simply become a matter of your pride?
Babe (to the Fusion women and J.R.): I quit.
Annie (to Greenlee): I will never in this lifetime let you have Ryan.
Zach (to Ryan): You're not over Greenlee, are you?
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