All My Children Transcript Wednesday 5/30/07
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Colby: Ok. Come on, hurry up.
Sean: Ok, I owe you bigtime for letting me crash on your floor, but being stuck inside all day --
Colby: Oh, yeah, being stuck with your stinky socks isn't exactly a party -- what are you doing?
Sean: Well, I don't have any swim trunks, so I'm going skinny-dipping in your pool.
Colby: No, you're not.
Sean: Look -- "yonder blessed moon which tips with silver all these fruit tree tops." Shakespeare -- "Romeo and Juliet." Don't you remember any of our study sessions?
Colby: Yes -- I remember that they both ended up dead. Now put your clothes back on.
Sean: Colby, look. Look at the stars, ok? Feel the air on your skin. Imagine the possibilities.
Adam: Colby, what are you doing?
Josh: Ah. Are you moving in? You instead of Bianca. Lucky me.
Greenlee: It was my penthouse first. Oh.
Greenlee: What did you do?
Josh: We're stuck.
Amanda: You sure you want a rematch? I've been practicing, and I am even better than you remember.
J.R.: You've always had great form. I've been thinking about it ever since the day I saw you at the gym. I'd like to see what else you got. Oh, oh -- hey! Hey, come on, come on, knock it off. Oh. That's not the kind of rematch that I want.
Jonathan: So what'd you get?
Ava: Something I bought with my own money.
Jonathan: Easy. Ok, I believe you.
Ava: I'll show you mine if you show me yours.
Jonathan: It's for my nephew. He's turning 1.
Ava: I don't know who this is for yet. Hmm?
Jonathan: Uh, the -- listen. The other night at the boathouse, you didn't have to do that.
Ava: Do what? Run away? Or let you kiss me?
Jonathan: We're cool. That's all I'm saying.
Ava: But why wouldn't we be?
Jonathan: Oh, no reason. I just -- listen, I wasn't trying to start anything. What happened at the boathouse was impulse.
Ava: Ok, but that kiss was for me, right, not for Lily?
Jonathan: Yes. It was for you, Ava. But don't worry because it's not going to happen again.
Ava: And why not?
Jonathan: Because we're not a good match. I heard you telling Di how you wished you had a man that looked at you the way I did at Ryan's wedding. Now, did I look at you that way at the boathouse? Uh -- maybe. But I don't know why because I knew that you weren't Lily, so I -- I guess I just wanted to make you feel better.
Ava: Ok, so you felt sorry for me? That's why you stuck your tongue down my throat?
Amanda: I see -- you want that kind of a rematch.
J.R.: Except this time, we both win. When you came back to Pine Valley, you were a lightweight. You needed a little training to beef up your skills.
Amanda: Funny -- I don't recall you complaining.
J.R.: Oh, no, no. You were a champ in bed. But everywhere else, you were a complete amateur. I mean, you were back, what, a day and you came up with the brilliant idea to lift $10,000 out of my safe? And once you were busted, you were -- you started crying like a baby -- "Oh, J.R., please give me another chance." But I owned you. I used you to mess up Jamie's life because you had nothing. Things change.
Amanda: And how do you think things have changed?
J.R.: Well, you have a few more bouts under your belt. You've learned how to handle this fight game that goes on around here. Plus, we have the same enemy -- my father.
Amanda: Well, you got that right. I despise your father.
J.R.: So why don't we put our heads and whatever else together and come up with a way to bring charges against him?
Amanda: You really want to put Daddy in jail?
J.R.: You can get revenge for Janet. My father used your mother in order to steal a baby, and where is he now? He's living large on the freedom that he bought.
Amanda: Your dad has hurt plenty of people. Why come to me?
J.R.: I already told you -- great form, after I saw you at the gym, and you proved to me that you've moved up in rank. Now, we're on the same level. Now, we could be opponents. But wouldn't it be a lot more fun to be in the same corner?
[J.R. gasps when Amanda socks him in the gut]
Colby: It's such a beautiful night, Dad. I had to come out here to be alone with nature.
Adam: Without a shirt?
Colby: Yonder the -- the moon and the fruit trees.
Adam: Oh. Oh, no, please -- please tell me this is not the start of some hippie flower-child phase.
Colby: Dad, it's Shakespeare. I busted my butt in that class. It inspired me.
Adam: My budding dramaturge.
Colby: That's me, all about the drama. And I have to get these creative juices flowing, so I need some privacy.
Adam: Well, all right, all right. Um -- but it is getting late, and I want you in -- to come inside in the --
Adam: Did you hear that?
Adam: That mutt next door -- he jumped in our pool again.
Colby: Dad, he's just trying to cool off.
Adam: Well, let him doggy-paddle on his own property.
Colby: Ok, Dad, you need to calm down. This isn't good for your recovery.
Palmer: Aha! Happy day, happy day.
Adam: Oh, no. No, that's it. The electric fence goes in tomorrow.
Palmer: Allow me to be the first to inform you that Krystal has outfoxed you once again. Well, I hope you enjoy your evening. I certainly will enjoy mine.
[Krystal laughs as she walks into her new establishment]
Krystal: Don't you just love it?
Babe: I'm looking at a, like, a whole new place.
Krystal: Look, look, look, look. I love these ring stains, huh? From all those years of people sitting here and having a beer and a laugh. Oh, and look?
Krystal: Jukebox -- Alicia Keys to ZZ Top --
Krystal: And just about everything in between. And I'm going to get a new dartboard and a big-screen TV to watch the games.
Babe: You come here -- way to go! I mean, outbidding everyone that wanted to buy this place? I mean, I didn't even realize it was for sale.
Krystal: I know it, I know it, and I made the down payment this afternoon with that cash that I made from selling the jewelry.
Babe: And I'm totally investing some money from the shares that I sold back to J.R., and we did it. We have turned something ugly into something new and beautiful.
Krystal: Well, I don't know if it's beautiful just yet, but you're right. We are free, and we are standing strong with a place that we can -- we can call our own.
Tad: So, how long you planning on closing for renovations?
Krystal: The idea is to get customers to come in, Tad, not keep them locked out. We are going to be up and running ASAP.
Babe: Ok, so speaking of, what about a grand opening? Thoughts?
Tad: Yeah, I got a thought. I think you should call somebody, get them to go over this place with a fine-tooth comb. You can start with the plumbing, and then the electrical and the heat, the A/C.
Babe: Ok. What do you think, Mama? I mean, I definitely think live music would be good -- I mean, we have to deck the place out.
Krystal: Oh. Absolutely. Good music, good food, good drinks, good people -- that is the idea! I want everybody who plants their fanny in a barstool to feel just as comfortable here as they do in their own home.
Tad: Yeah, well, how many fannies are allowed? Did you even check the fire code?
Babe: You know what's going to happen? Their friends are going to tell their friends and then the next thing we know it, all these folks are going to be coming in.
Krystal: Absolutely. We're going to have a place in every state like a franchise, like one of those coffee chains.
Babe: Ah. Oh, wait, wait -- chalkboard menus, right?
Krystal: Yes, for the daily specials, absolutely.
Tad: You do know you need a permit to serve food?
Babe: Uh, wait -- beer pints or mugs?
Krystal: Both -- why not?
Babe: All right -- oh, and shot glasses? You saw those last time. Those are nasty and -- and probably margarita glasses. Everyone likes a good margarita.
Krystal: Oh, good idea.
Babe: But most important, we -- I mean, we have to come up with a good name, so what do you think?
Krystal: How about -- oh -- Cash and Carey?
Babe: "Cash and carry"! Oh, wait, wait, wait -- the Krystal Palace?
Krystal: Ah! I like it.
Krystal: No, I got it -- the Comeback.
Babe: "The Comeback" -- as in, "Y'all come back, now, you hear?"
Krystal: No, no -- as the Carey girls are coming back!
Babe: Yeah, baby!
Tad: No, baby!
Greenlee: Can you fix it?
Josh: You see a tool belt?
Greenlee: You know, you've been living here which means you're responsible for breaking this thing.
Josh: You're the one who overloaded it. A little less junk in the trunk and maybe we'd be moving right now.
Greenlee: This was my building way before you ever lived here. You know, I come back here and everything is broken and it's because people like you have --
[Alarm starts and stops]
Greenlee: Fine. We'll just wait for someone to rescue us -- someone capable.
Josh: Great -- no signal.
Greenlee: Me, either. You know, I've been stuck in this elevator before -- which must -- with much worse company.
Josh: Well, it sounds like you're the one who breaks this thing. Great -- no Wi-Fi connection, either.
Greenlee: Oh, did you break your computer, too?
Josh: You know, you don't have many friends, do you? I wonder why. Sure is a lot of stuff to be carrying on your own. What -- no backup? When we first met, you were leading a group break-in into the fertility clinic.
Greenlee: Yeah, I don't -- I don't have backup anymore. It's just me, all alone -- ever since your father decided to blow my life to hell, decided to play God with Kendall. The night of the blackout -- used her eggs instead of mine. Him and Zach took my life from me -- my child, my husband, my friends. My whole world -- gone.
Josh: Yeah, well, I know what it's like to be betrayed by Greg Madden, all right? Turns out he wasn't my biological father after all. And thanks to him, I wasn't really my parents' son. He stole me, kind of like he stole your baby. So I'm sorry if I upset you.
Greenlee: No, you didn't upset me -- I'm claustrophobic.
Amanda: Do you honestly think that I would go another round with you?
J.R.: It's a win-win deal.
Amanda: I stopped making deals with you after you ran me over with your car and you let Babe take the blame. You are a liar and a slime, just like Adam. He used my mom to get to me, and now you're using her to rope me in? Huh -- you have got one set on you.
J.R.: You can use me right back.
Amanda: For what? You're useless.
J.R.: I -- I knocked my father out of Chandler Enterprises. I'm in charge now. Get into bed with me, and you could be looking at -- ahem -- a huge payoff.
Amanda: You are really lucky that I'm not taking what that sounds like personally. Look, you're a trip to fight with, J.R., but I have done friends with benefits -- it doesn't work. So get out of here before I punch out all your teeth.
J.R.: Ooh. Well, I'll call round two a draw. But if you change your mind, you know where to find me.
Ava: Nobody kisses me because they feel sorry for me. Are you serious? Guys love kissing me, they beg for it.
Jonathan: Ava --
Ava: I could kiss any guy in this mall.
Jonathan: It's not that I didn't like kissing you. It wasn't -- you know, I can't explain it. It just didn't come from a good place.
Ava: Oh, I thought it was an impulse.
Jonathan: Yes, it was, but not a good one. Ok, you don't know me, and there's no way that I'm ever going to understand you.
Ava: And why is that? Is it because I'm a big slut?
Ava: Is it because I like to kiss boys?
Jonathan: Ava, no one's judging you, ok? I didn't want you to get the wrong idea. I wasn't trying to lead you on.
Ava: One kiss, and I'm deeply, madly in love with you?
Jonathan: I'm not saying that.
Ava: Come on, Jonathan, get over yourself. I've been dumped by guys that actually mean something to me, and you don't mean a damn thing. So, if you're worried about hurting my feelings, don't.
Jonathan: Fine. I'm sorry for trying to be honest with you, Ava. And I am sorry that I kissed you, and I am certainly sorry that I ever met you.
Ava: Only thing that you're sorry for is that you kissed me, and I kissed you back, and you have no freaking idea how to handle it.
Man: Boyfriend trouble?
Ava: This loser is not my boyfriend.
Man: Could I be?
Josh: That's it, keep breathing into the bag. Carbon dioxide will relax your organs.
Greenlee: You must think I'm such a head case.
Josh: No more than anyone else in this town. Besides, claustrophobia is pretty common, it's nothing to be ashamed of.
Greenlee: You know, I never used to freak out in small spaces. It just happened after I got stuck in that mineshaft.
Josh: A mineshaft? Hmm. Well, having a phobia doesn't mean you're a coward or crazy. It's just your subconscious mind trying to keep you safe.
Greenlee: Huh. Ok, I'll buy that, doc. What about my "performance" in ConFusion the other night?
Greenlee: That wasn't self-preservation, that was just panic. Oh, I don't know what to do without Ryan. I'm just -- I'm lost.
Josh: I've definitely been there.
Greenlee: Yeah, right.
Josh: No, I'm serious. You don't have a pilot's license, do you?
Greenlee: Not that I know of.
Josh: Well, that's good, because the last time my life spun out of control, I fired up a jet and crash-landed onto a deserted island.
Greenlee: What made you do that?
Josh: Doesn't matter. I'm just glad I'm still here.
Tad: You are two of the most capable people I have ever met in my life, beautiful on the inside as well as out. But before you and your -- you know, your little four-footed friends here open up the place, can I please just ask you a relevant question? Who's going to handle payroll?
Krystal: I will.
Tad: Oh, really?
Tad: Ok -- well, then who's going to line up the vendors?
Babe: I can do that.
Tad: Ok. Well, um, let me ask you this -- has either of you sent in your articles of incorporation to the state?
Krystal: Tad -- I just bought the place this afternoon, ok?
Tad: I rest my case. If you are not prepared, your little cash cow could very easily turn into a money pit. You know, you have to be prudent.
Krystal: Oh, really? You have never been prudent a day in your life, Tad.
Krystal: Come on, is there some reason why you don't think Babe and I can be independent? Is that what it is?
Tad: If the Carey women want to step out on their own, if they want to stand up for themselves, then amen. You both deserve an adventure, but it's time for you to be smart. What's the point of running out there and chasing your dreams if there's a good chance it's going to blow up in your face?
Palmer: Let's raise a glass, what do you say? The earth has gone around once again, and it's time to kick the great Adam Chandler in the butt once again.
Adam: Keep your mitts off my booze, Cooney.
Palmer: Oh -- you know, a little birdie told me that -- that Krystal was paid very handsomely for selling and dumping all of that jewelry. And now that she's no longer burdened with all of that, I think that she and her daughter are facing a very happy future.
Adam: Those baubles are meaningless. But your big scoop about Krystal's being short on funds -- that's the best news I've had all day.
Palmer: Oh, well, the jewelry -- that's just the beginning, it's nothing. No, Krystal will be one very rich woman when the divorce is settled.
Adam: Your mind's beginning to mummify. My soon-to-be ex-wife handed me back all of her Chandler shares without a peep.
Palmer: Yes, but what I heard was that she couldn't wait to get rid of that jewelry. No, no, it just confirms something that I've known all along -- she didn't love you. She didn't give a hoot for you. No, not at all. To Krystal -- I don't know -- you were just the bank account.
Adam: You know nothing about my marriage. You've never been loved the way that woman loved me. Yeah, you're not fit to shine that woman's shoes.
Sean: Yeah, way to cheat in that last race.
Colby: Dude, I smoked you fair and square.
Sean: Oh! -- Hey, can we hang out here for a minute, or do we have to head back to the bunker?
Colby: No, I think we're good, but make sure you dry off really good. The last thing we need is boy footprints heading up to my bedroom door.
Sean: Works for me.
Colby: Oh. Hey, do you know what -- do you know what I want to try this summer?
Colby: Rock climbing -- they just got a new wall at the rec center.
Sean: Yeah, we used to go in Seattle all the time.
Colby: Did you like it -- rock climbing?
Sean: Yeah, a lot. You know, the first time out's kind of rough, then you regroup, try it again, and it gets better and better.
Colby: So you don't want to rush it?
Sean: It's better if you take things slow.
Colby: Learn from your mistakes?
Sean: Yeah, take your time.
Colby: Enjoy it?
J.R.: You out here?
Ava: Just get me out of here. Ok, that's far enough, thank you.
Man: You want to do it right here? An exhibitionist -- oh, I like that.
Ava: Ok, the dream's over, loser. See you later.
Man: Hey --
Ava: Get your filthy paws off me.
Man: What, you think it's funny to be a tease?
Ava: You're hurting my arm!
Jonathan: Hey -- leave right now while you can. You ok?
Ava: Yeah. I was so mean. Why did you do that?
Jonathan: I don't know. I heard yelling.
Ava: And you came running to me.
Jonathan: I didn't want this to turn into a bad situation.
Ava: Why would you care?
Jonathan: I would've done that for anyone.
Ava: Wait, come back. I like the way you look at me. So now I'm "anyone"?
Jonathan: I have to go.
Josh: Come on, Pine Valley! Are you ready to rock? Let's make some noise! I can't hear you! Raise your hands in the air! Come on, raise your hand. Raise your hand. Raise your hand in the air and wave it like you just don't care! Let's make some noise! Say "hey!" "Ho!" Come on -- "hey!"
Greenlee: Whew -- finally. You, uh, always carry a toy piano around with you?
Josh: All the time. No, just kidding. I have a birthday party to go to, it's a present.
Greenlee: Right. Of course -- Spike's your nephew.
Josh: You going?
Greenlee: I think my invitation got lost in the mail.
Amanda: What do you want?
Jonathan: I want someone who's not going to mess with my head. I've been doing a lot of thinking, and you're right. No, you've always been straight with me, and thank you. I've got to stop moping over Lily. She's moved on, and I need to, too.
Amanda: Congrats. Best of luck.
Jonathan: You know, I miss -- I miss talking to you.
Amanda: Is there something in the air tonight? The last time you and I really talked, Jonathan, I told you I was in love with you, and you ran for the door. Why are you doing this?
Jonathan: Doing what?
Amanda: You tracked me down at this time of night to tell me you've had some big revelation about how you miss talking to me? It seems like what you really miss is friends with benefits.
Jonathan: Come on. Let's not overthink this, huh? We can pick right up where we left off.
Amanda: I -- do I have my "use me" dress on tonight? I'm sorry, Jonathan. No, I've moved on.
Jonathan: With who?
Amanda: No one. I have finally gotten to a place where I can go the week without having to hold someone's hands.
Jonathan: Amanda, we don't have to be in love to give this another shot.
Amanda: I'm not interested.
Jonathan: You don't even want to give it a try.
Amanda: Why are you pushing this so hard? Is this about Lily again?
Jonathan: No, Amanda, it's not about Lily.
Amanda: So it's about the sister, Ava?
Ava: So, Lil, you think I can pull this off?
Lily: I don't know -- you'd have to be wearing it for me to make an accurate determination -- but I don't see why not. There's no buttons in the back, right?
Ava: You know, I ran into Jonathan at the mall today. What is with that guy? I mean, one second he's like a jerk, and the next he's all nice?
Lily: Jonathan used to be bad. You can ask anyone -- everyone hated him in Pine Valley, including me.
Ava: So how do you go from hating him to walking down the aisle with him?
Lily: We didn't have an aisle at our wedding. We got married at City Hall in New York City, New York.
Ava: But you still said, "I do." How come?
Lily: Jonathan and I both had trouble interacting with other people. But when we were together, it was easy and nice. We agreed to disagree, and we could finish each other's thoughts. I married Jonathan, because he was not normal like me, but then he started lying, and I found out.
Ava: Complicated dude.
Lily: No, Jonathan was bad, but when he was with me he thought he could be really good.
Ava: I guess I'm not helping him out in that department.
Lily: What department? You mean, like, a store in the mall?
Ava: Have you heard from Sean? Where is he?
Colby: Ahem. Oh -- it's wet? Sorry, I didn't know what one to sit on.
J.R.: Yeah. I need your help with Dad.
Colby: Why do you think I moved back in here, J.R.? I want to make sure he eats right, takes his pills, exercises. I'm on it, J.R.
J.R.: Dad showed up at the office the other day. He got so worked up he nearly passed out. The man is famous for never slowing down, and most of the time that -- that's pretty impressive. But when he's having heart trouble, that's quite scary.
Colby: Dad's fine, J.R. -- he didn't even need surgery.
J.R.: No, dad is at risk of having another heart attack. The greater the stress, the more the risk. Now, if he doesn't back off the business, he could die. You spent all those years getting back here. Do you really want to lose Dad before you turn 18?
Colby: J.R., I don't understand what you're asking me.
J.R.: Dad has worked his entire life, it's time for him to start enjoying what he's earned -- a long, healthy retirement, making it up to his daughter that he loves more than anything.
Colby: Ok, J.R., I still don't get what you're asking.
J.R.: You, Colby -- you are Dad's legacy, not Chandler Enterprises. Help him see that. Tell him that you need him around, tell him that you need him for your future children. And if Dad starts getting itchy trying to make any moves to retake the company, let me know so I can get him to ease off.
Colby: Ok, so you want me to spy on him so you can stay CEO?
J.R.: Isn't that what's best for Dad?
Colby: Ok, no, that is dad's call, J.R. -- and, no, I'm not going to be your snitch.
J.R.: You know, one day you're going to be sitting in a hospital room, and you're going to remember this night -- and you're going to be sorry.
Krystal: Listen, Tad, I know you're just looking out for us --
Babe: And we do appreciate it.
Krystal: But there are times when you stick your little toe in the water, and then there are times when you just have to dive in headfirst.
Tad: Wear a life vest, that's all I ask.
Krystal: All I'm saying is I know that Babe and I have what it takes to make this place a success, I can feel it. And people that walk through that door -- let me tell you, I don't care where they're from or where they're going. Truckers, doctors, businesswomen -- everybody belongs, ok, everybody is welcome.
Stuart: You're trying to invent a whole new home -- world -- without Adam.
Adam: Now, shove off. I don't want you croaking in my house.
Palmer: You're -- you're a bigger fool than I thought you were -- tossing Krystal out when you're still madly in love with her?
Adam: That's enough! You have no idea what it's like to love Krystal. Now, get out, before I throw you out.
Krystal's voice: When I win this thing, my first command is going to have you strung up, Adam.
Willie: Get ready --
Adam: And I'm going to have you drawn and quartered!
Krystal: Oh, baby, I'd love to see you try.
Adam: I'm going to try.
Lily: Well, I know Sean went to go stay with his mother, but I haven't talked to him. Why?
Ava: I've texted him, like, a zillion times. He's totally blowing me off.
Lily: Maybe Sean and Barbara are getting along better than anyone expected, and he's having such a good time with her that he's not checking his messages.
Ava: From what he told me about his mom, I really doubt that.
Lily: Well, then you have to consider alternative theories. Is there any other place that Sean might be?
Ava: Just one.
Amanda: While Greenlee was having her meltdown at ConFusion, I saw you looking at Ava. You couldn't take your eyes off her. What was going through your mind, huh? Were you confused, intrigued, turned on? It must be a little tempting at least. If you touched Ava, she wouldn't freak out. If you kissed her, she might actually like it.
Jonathan: Who knows what Ava would like?
Amanda: So you have thought about it? And you want to use me to shake off your fantasies about Lily's half sister? No way! Huh -- you know what? Tonight I am doing the using.
Sean: You were pretty amazing just then. I mean, J.R. almost had me with the whole "poor Adam" rap, but you -- you saw right through him. Nice work.
Colby: Maybe J.R.'s right. Maybe I need to keep a closer eye on my dad and take really good care of him.
Sean: You just did, ok, by sticking up for him.
Sean: Look, you're the girl I'd want to have my back.
[Hiding in the bushes around the Chandler patio, Ava spies on Sean and Colby]
Greenlee: Thank you. I hope you don't expect me to repay the favor. It's a well-known fact I'm notoriously ungrateful.
Josh: Well, lucky for you, I don't need any favors.
Greenlee: Well, you might as me as an upstairs neighbor -- like, someone to buy you a year's worth of earplugs. I play my music 24/7, and I'm kind of hard to ignore.
Josh: Why would anyone want to ignore you?
Greenlee: That's the first nice thing anyone's said to me since I've been back.
Greenlee: See ya.
Josh: See ya.
Greenlee: Maybe sooner than you think.
Krystal: I am not inventing anything, Stuart. We are building a place that is very real, very, very special. So I'd appreciate it if you kept your evil twin out of this -- or you're fired.
Stuart: I got a message and you asked me to come down here -- but fired? For what?
Krystal: Well, I was kind of hoping that I could hire you to paint a mural for the place.
Babe: That is really cool idea, Mama.
Tad: Oh, yeah, it's terrific -- we want a couple Scandinavian broads with huge chests and bikinis.
Krystal: Uh -- no.
Tad: I thought you wanted suggestions.
Babe: Oh, now you're all interested in the bar?
Krystal: God --
Babe: We see how it is.
Krystal: Seriously, I -- I was thinking of a mural to be sort of like a mirror of all the customers who come into the bar, and then every week you and I can decide who to add.
Stuart: So it's like -- it's like everybody's just a big family? You're one smart lady, Krystal.
Krystal: Well, it's kind of amazing how much smarter I feel now that I'm not married to your grouchy brother.
J.R.: Oh -- sleeping alone?
J.R.: Well, you better get used to it, because starting tonight, you're going to be a party of one.
Adam: I don't see anybody keeping your bed warm.
Krystal: Your very own key to this fine establishment, partner.
Babe: Ah --
Krystal: We are in business! Come on.
Babe: Oh, my gosh.
Krystal: Ah! Come on, Stuart.
[While Tad leans against the bar, a piece of the plaster ceiling falls on his back]
Tad: You sure you don't want to delay the opening till after the inspection?
Krystal: Oh, come on, Tad, it's nothing. The building is just settling a little bit, come on. Come on, I'll pay for your cleaning. Get out.
Colby: Are you serious? You'd really want me to have your back?
Sean: I've never been more serious in my life.
[While Colby and Sean kiss, Ava quietly leaves]
[Amanda approaches J.R. from behind as he's staring out the window. He slowly turns around and kisses her]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Kendall: Thank you so much, all of you, for coming to Spike's very first birthday party on this beautiful --
Kendall: Perfect day.
Greenlee (to Jack): If you've come here to change my mind, you're wasting your time. Those useless, selfish friends of mine -- they got some surprise coming.
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