All My Children Transcript Wednesday 6/13/07
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Jack: Well, that was very nice.
Erica: Jackson --
Zach: All right. They better change the odds on "Divorce Watch."
Erica: Uh, this is not the show. We don't need your play-by-play.
Zach: All right, fair enough. I got to talk to you -- it's important.
Jack: What's the problem?
Zach: Your daughter.
Kendall: You want me to welcome that wannabe child thief into my family?
Ryan: She's already part of the family, Kendall.
Kendall: Well, not for long, Ryan. We're divorcing her -- remember? As soon as my mom gets rid of Jack, she's gone.
Ryan: Look, I'm not saying you got to get all cozy with her. That's not what I'm saying here, ok?
Annie: You discussed this with Greenlee?
Kendall: I would rather roll over broken glass and pour lemon juice all over my body, ok? Now, you want Greenlee to be, what, Spike's fairy godmother, his favorite aunt, whatever? No -- it's stupid, Ryan. It's insane, it's crazy.
Ryan: No, it's actually the only way to keep us all sane, by the way.
Kendall: No, I can't -- you know what? I'm done.
Babe: You can't leave. No, no, no, no, no, no, no!
Kendall: No, this does not involve you, Babe!
Babe: No, really, we need you.
Di: Fusion needs you.
Kendall: I'll be back, ok?
Di: No, you can't leave.
Kendall: What? I -- I have to, ok? I need to get away from her now before I do something I won't regret, and I'll be in jail the rest of my life, all right?
Babe: No, please. We have a crisis. Please.
Kendall: No, no -- don't help him, Babe, don't help him.
Babe: No, no, no, no, no. It's about Fusion.
Di: This is not about Greenlee.
Ryan: Ok, look, how can you pretend to know everything if you won't listen to anyone?
Kendall: I know you want to placate Greenlee and make her happy.
Ryan: What are you so scared of? Honestly, Greenlee can't touch Spike. He's yours, and he's mine -- he's not hers.
Kendall: Exactly, he's our son. We don't owe her a damn thing, Ryan.
Ryan: Kendall, we wouldn't have Spike if it wasn't for Greenlee. Do you understand that? Why is that so difficult for you to admit, all right? And whether you like it or not, that gives her certain rights where he's concerned.
Kendall: No, no. The hell it does -- no.
Babe: You get on that elevator, you can kiss Fusion good-bye.
Kendall: What is wrong? What is all of this drama about Fusion?
Babe: George Weston.
Di: CEO of BGKL.
Kendall: Yes, I know who he is. What -- what about him?
Di: He's on his way here.
Babe: No, no, no -- he's dropped us, and he's agreed to see you, talk to you and Greenlee.
Di: You can save Fusion.
Babe: This is your one chance, Greenlee. It's the only chance for you guys to convince him otherwise.
Di: You guys have got to call a truce.
Babe: I don't know -- schmooze him, do something, anything.
Kendall: With her?
Babe: Yes, yes, with her. If you two do not present a united front, Fusion does not have a prayer -- please. You guys, I'm begging you. Hi, welcome, Mr. Weston.
George: It's George.
Babe: Yes, of course, George.
Kendall: Hi -- hi, George.
George: And Greenlee. Good to see you again.
Kendall: Glad you think so.
George: I can give you ten minutes. Convince me that Fusion's not a lost cause.
Krystal: How's it look up there, Kyle?
Kyle: Much better.
Krystal: Oh -- perfect. You must be about ready for a break, huh? What'll it be?
Kyle: Just soda.
Krystal: Yeah? Any special kind?
Kyle: Hmm. Surprise me.
Krystal: Ok. You know, it is not too late to rethink this crummy career move of yours.
Kyle: Do not tempt me.
Krystal: Yeah, right -- who needs med school? You could work full-time here at The Comeback and really clean up -- literally.
Kyle: When I'm buried under my classload this fall, I might just take you up on it.
Krystal: Oh. Well, at least we have you here for the summer.
Kyle: Hmm. Oh -- what is this?
Krystal: Oh, that is my special blend, a Krystal creamsicle.
Kyle: But, that leak's not going to fix itself.
Kyle: Hey, don't let anybody steal it.
Krystal: Oh, there's more where that came from, don't you worry.
Krystal: Hey, Stuart. How am I shaping up out there, huh?
Stuart: Oh, you are larger than life.
Krystal: Yeah, well, I always have been.
Stuart: Oh. I am so glad to see you happy.
Stuart: Yeah -- "happy." Your fact there on mural is -- is a blank. It's like a big, pink egg.
Stuart: Well, that's the expression I want to put on it, though.
Krystal: God. Yeah, right -- a big, 10-foot-tall grinning egghead -- me, yeah. That'll really bring the customers in. At least they don't have to stare at my face while they're eating on the patio.
Stuart: No, you are going to be almost as beautiful as you are in real life.
Stuart: You're going to be pretty, I promise.
Krystal: Oh, Stuart. You are so wonderful -- you know that?
Krystal: I can't wait to see Babe up on that wall.
Stuart: Oh, and you? And all your regular customers? Yeah. And you -- don't forget, you got to get your liquor license.
Krystal: Yeah. Well, you, too. You got to be up on that wall. If Babe and I are going to be up there, you got to keep us company.
Stuart: I -- I don't think that'd be a good idea.
Krystal: After all your hard work and talent? Are you kidding?
Stuart: They might think I'm Adam. And that -- that he's a regular and maybe you want him to be -- a regular? If Adam drove by and saw that mural and saw his face on that mural, he would wreck his car.
Krystal: Well, you are kind, and you're considerate, so you two couldn't be any less alike.
Stuart: Huh -- hmm. Well -- [As Adam] Who the devil put my picture on that mural out in front of this bar? Like an oversized wanted poster! Ha. You'll hear from my lawyers. Hmm. Uh -- [Normal voice] Sorry.
Krystal: No, it's just -- you just -- you do that way too well.
Zach: Greenlee's gone too far.
Erica: And that surprises you?
Zach: Have you tried reasoning with her?
Erica: Greenlee? Is she still trying to prosecute?
Zach: Wouldn't be here for that.
Jack: Look, Greenlee's an adult. I can't dictate what she does with her life -- I'm sorry.
Erica: Well, what is Greenlee up to?
Zach: She's suing for the custody of Spike.
Jack: Which I disagree with, but as I say, it's her life.
Erica: You knew?
Zach: What are you -- Switzerland all of a sudden? Talk to your daughter, make her understand what she's making Kendall feel right now.
Erica: How could you not say something?
Zach: My wife is pregnant. She doesn't need this kind of pressure.
Erica: You let Greenlee do this?
Zach: Jackson -- either you deal with her or I will.
Ryan: Go ahead and say it.
Ryan: What's on your mind.
Annie: Wow, I just -- I -- I guess I got it wrong. Didn't you want to talk Greenlee out of this lawsuit?
Ryan: I thought I should try, yes.
Annie: Ok. Did you try?
Ryan: I realize this plan isn't one that everybody is going to like, Annie.
Annie: Welcoming Greenlee into our family?
Ryan: I think it makes sense.
Annie: Yeah, about as much sense as giving Emma a pony for a temper tantrum.
Ryan: Emma doesn't have temper tantrums.
Annie: Well, now she can learn from Greenlee. Sorry -- sorry. That wasn't fair. It's just, Ryan, what Greenlee is doing is vile. Why support that behavior?
Ryan: Because I want to stop the fight for Spike before it gets ugly -- that's why.
Annie: By letting Greenlee get close to him? I just have a feeling this could get bad down the line.
Ryan: If Greenlee feels accepted, she'll relax -- if she gets to visit Spike, maybe just come to family gatherings and things like that.
Annie: I have a really, really, really bad feeling about this.
Ryan: What is the expression about keeping your enemies closer to you than your friends? What is that expression -- so that it helps you anticipate their next move?
Annie: Yeah, you know, I -- I might buy that if you actually thought of Greenlee as an enemy. But it's not that simple, is it?
George: I'm not denying Fusion's been profitable for all our stores in the past, but now --
Kendall: Well, who -- who hasn't had a slump every now and then?
George: This wasn't a slight dip. Fusion walked up a skyscraper into free-fall and hit rock bottom. You can't argue with that.
Kendall: All right. Our -- our sales have only fallen because of --
George: Tanked. Your sales have tanked. That's why BGKL had to drop you.
Kendall: Have your customers complained about our products in -- in your stores? Our -- our quality, our commitment to style without gouging prices?
George: That isn't the issue.
Kendall: Our products haven't changed.
George: The units don't move off the shelves.
Kendall: Ok. Well, our customers have slacked off because of the horrible publicity. The Satin Slayer attacks --
George: Killed your sales.
George: I didn't mean to sound flip. What happened to your friends was tragic. I understand -- and sympathize. That's why when Babe called, I agreed to this meeting.
Kendall: Um -- and we are very grateful for that. The truth is with all of this horrible stuff that -- that's been going on, our eyes have been opened, and we have seen everything in a different light, including business. We know that we can overcome the adverse publicity.
George: Your confidence seems shaky.
Kendall: It's not.
George: Ok. Make me a believer. I'll reverse my decision and all the BGKL stores will continue to carry Fusion. Convince me. What's different about Fusion?
Babe: She is. She's back. Greenlee is one of the founders of Fusion. She helped set the pace and the style. And when she left, it was a major blow to the business. Right, Di?
Di: Right. It was demoralizing.
Babe: But, fortunately, we had Kendall. She stepped up and she buoyed us up. But then, unfortunately, the Satin Slayer attacks --
Kendall: Yeah, it was a very difficult time for us -- but with Greenlee back, one that we've overcome. It -- it is a new dawn for Fusion now. We have the guts and we have the will --
Babe: And the inspiration --
Kendall: Yes, to be even better than we've ever been before. We will leave our competitors choking on their dust.
Greenlee: No one on the fast track thinks small. Yes, I was physically gone, but my heart and my soul were right here, and I have come up with some amazing ideas to jump-start this business.
George: Give me something tangible.
Greenlee: Girls, go get the design elements -- hurry up! I'm sorry. That -- that sounded horrible. I'm just -- I'm so excited to show them to you. Ladies -- Di, Babe -- if you could please go get the design elements that Annie and I have been working on, that would be great. Do you know where they are? Do you need my help?
Babe: No, please, please. You stay here. I think we've got it covered.
Babe: Oh --
Di: Oh, my God.
Babe: Oh, my God.
Di: We did it. We did it! Oh, my God! Oh, my God! You gave us a shot!
Babe: No, I thought that Kendall was going to sprint up the stairs, and she was going to miss George.
Di: Ok -- Babe, can we pull this all together?
Babe: I don't -- I mean, look. Everything is all over the place.
Di: Ok, all right. You know what, though? We were almost dead, without Zoe, without the music rights.
Babe: Music -- music. I'm so glad you said that. I think -- you know what? I think I have the R&D slideshow on my laptop with the music. You are brilliant.
Di: Oh, Babe, can I tell you how glad I am that you're back? And to hear Greenlee verbally bow down to you -- brilliant.
Babe: Oh, yeah, well, she's only nice because she had to be. You know that.
Di: It's only because of you that -- that Weston's even giving us 10 minutes, so --
Babe: "10 minutes"? I can't believe you said that. I mean, 10 minutes -- how are --
Di: Listen, look, look.
Babe: There's too much. I got --
Di: Look, we have all the arty, the gorgeous stuff. We just -- where -- just where are the numbers?
Babe: The numbers -- right, ok. Um -- I mean, I was looking at the numbers -- here's numbers. But Weston's not going to even care about any of this if our two partners claw each other to death in front of him.
Kendall: Everyone has their 15 minutes of fame, or infamy, and this has been Fusion's.
Greenlee: We had so much horrible publicity that nobody wanted any connection with our products.
Kendall: But the public is fickle.
Greenlee: Well, I don't know if you can lump our customers in with a fickle --
Kendall: Ok, listen. I -- now -- you know what? Dazzle them, give them something amazing and they'll forget what happened five minutes ago.
Greenlee: You can't undo this kind of damage with some vapid gloss.
Kendall: Did you hear me suggest that?
Greenlee: Pretty much. Our customers are smart --
Kendall: No, don't tell me about our customers, ok? I've been researching them two years longer than you have, trust me.
George: Ladies -- women -- you've proven my point. Sorry we can't do business. Good luck.
Jack: I take it you and Ryan have been comparing notes. I just went over all this with him.
Erica: Well, when were you going to let me in on this -- never?
Jack: I figured if Kendall wanted you involved, then --
Erica: "If"? Are you implying that Kendall and I don't have a close relationship?
Zach: Getting off track here.
Erica: That she doesn't value my opinion, my experience?
Jack: No, I know that she does value your opinion. I just figured that it wasn't my place to get you involved, that's all.
Erica: It wasn't your place to protect my daughter from yours?
Zach: Are you going to help Greenlee with this suit?
Erica: Are you?
Jack: Of course not.
Erica: It's vicious harassment, Jack.
Jack: Look --
Erica: It's typical of Greenlee.
Jack: Erica, Greenlee is hurt, and she's confused.
Erica: Look, Greenlee is selfish, and she is narcissistic. She tried to destroy Kendall once before. No, she cannot steal her baby.
Jack: Nobody's going to steal anybody's baby. No judge would ever allow this.
Zach: You can't predict what a judge is going to say, Jackson.
Erica: And instead of trying to control Greenlee, you run after me, you try to seduce me?
Jack: To "seduce" you?
Erica: Oh, stop. Just stop her, Jack. Stop her before she hurts Kendall.
Kendall: Oh, George? George, please, please give us a chance.
George: I did, I got infighting.
Kendall: Well, Fusion is -- it's a free speech work zone. We -- we don't censor ourselves. We say what we think. We do. I mean, how many brilliant ideas have gone unheard, because people were afraid of stepping on the high-ups? We debate and we disagree, but Fusion is better because of it.
Greenlee: I mean, we have a remarkable track record. We're a miracle. And we're a family, and families fight, but we still respect one another. I mean, every employee that was hired here at Fusion was hired individually for what they contribute alone. But if we didn't listen to someone because we disagreed or they irritated us, well, that would be bad for business.
Kendall: Yes. We can be as good for BGKL or even better than we have ever been, and you will know that if you'd just take a few moments and -- and listen to us a little bit more.
George: Talk won't move your product out of our stores.
Kendall: Uh -- yes, but our polished, fantastic new campaign will turn customers around. Right, Greenlee? As soon as it's unveiled.
George: You're blowing smoke. You're not ready to launch anything.
Greenlee: No, no, no! We have to remind people who Fusion was, how we started, what we stand for, what we can do!
George: Same old same old.
Greenlee: We haven't just changed -- we've transformed.
Greenlee: We're new, we're fresh, we're -- exciting!
George: Show me.
Kendall: Ok. Greenlee? Show him.
Annie: I'm not criticizing. I know when you have a lot of history with someone -- you know Greenlee better than anybody, and Spike is your son.
Ryan: The son that Greenlee wanted.
Annie: Ok -- the child that Greenlee wanted was yours and hers, not yours and Kendall's. But now all of a sudden, she wants him. I mean, when you originally heard that Greenlee was suing for custody, you went ballistic.
Ryan: And I'll still fight if I have to.
Annie: She hit you low and hard. Do you remember my reaction?
Ryan: I know that you think I'm too involved in this and with Greenlee, and I don't want you to worry.
Annie: No, Ryan, no! No! I don't want her sucking us dry. Attention is -- is food and water to Greenlee. The more you give her, the more she wants, and she'll never have enough.
Ryan: I think you're wrong.
Annie: It -- do you want her to keep taking and taking and taking until there's nothing left? What does that say about your commitment to me and to Emma and to our life? If Greenlee drains you, what's left for you and me?
Colby: There's my little "sister"!
Krystal: Oh, she is just raring to get home. Hey, honey.
Stuart: Oh, Colby.
Stuart: It's so good to see you safe and sound.
Krystal: Yeah, without anything added to your rap sheet.
Colby: Yeah. What are you up to, sweetie? Nothing? Helping your mom?
Krystal: Hey. Colby? How are you? Come on, now -- don't make me have to pry your jaw open. Tell me what went down at the prom.
Colby: I can't.
Stuart: Sean didn't swear you to secrecy or anything, did he?
Colby: No, he didn't.
Krystal: Well, then you can tell us, ok? We're not going to rat you out.
Stuart: Not unless it's for her own good.
Colby: The cops got some tip that Sean was dealing, and they ended up finding drugs in the pocket of his jacket.
Colby: But I'd know if Sean was doing drugs.
Colby: Sean's never done anything in front of me, and he hasn't even offered me any.
Krystal: Well, that just could be that he's smart., Well, and maybe this could be, well, the first time for him.
Colby: I don't believe Sean is a druggy but --
Krystal: But how well do you really know him?
Stuart: Yeah. Sometimes people that you really care about can disappoint you.
Krystal: Yep. Sometimes they hurt you the most.
Colby: Yeah, whether Sean's guilty or not, I owe him big. I could be in major trouble right now, and he took all the blame on himself.
Zach: Take care of it.
Erica: Stop her games, Jack.
Jack: Well, gosh, you two, I've been a little busy. I had to get my nephew out of jail.
Erica: Yeah -- we're all busy, Jack.
Jack: Yeah, well, some of us have camera crews in our faces all the time.
Erica: Oh, don't tell me you're going to stand there and blame me for your inaction?
Jack: Erica, all I'm saying is that I can't control everything.
Zach: Try to control Greenlee -- that's enough.
Jack: You two really think you're so important, you can actually get people to do what you want them to? That's great.
Erica: Well, at least I make an attempt when I know it's the right thing to do.
Zach: Try being a father to your daughter -- try that.
Jack: Oh -- you want to know about my daughter? I'll tell you about your daughter, too. They're grown up. They're strong, independent women, and I would love to hear your plan to stop Greenlee if I won't.
Zach: I'll think of something.
Jack: Yeah, I'm sure you will. Why don't you think about this while you're thinking about something? Her pain is real, her loss is real. And none of this would've happened if you hadn't orchestrated that blackout at that clinic.
Babe: Ok, no screams -- yeah, that's a good sign. We may actually still have jobs. You ready?
Di: Last week, Babe, when Greenlee made such a big deal about you needing to get your GED, that was really nasty.
Babe: Yeah, she needed ammunition and I gave it to her, but you stood up for me.
Di: Listen -- degrees are important. Getting your GED takes a lot of guts, and it's not easy, but it's worth it -- at least it was for me.
Greenlee: Are you ok in here? Uh -- are you comfortable?
Kendall: Can we get you anything?
George: A campaign that'll save your company and sell the product I have collecting dust?
Kendall: All right, that -- that can work. Oh, right -- um. Well, we're going to do that.
Greenlee: Excuse us.
Kendall: Uh --
Greenlee: What have we got?
Di: Everything we could carry.
Babe: Old visuals, media material that was too far out there a year ago.
Kendall: Oh, great.
Babe: We have -- we have the new stuff. It's rough, but you can sell it.
Kendall: Yeah, but we haven't solidified the product.
Greenlee: Don't you think I know that?
Kendall: Yes, right. Ok -- um -- you're on, Greenlee.
Di: You can do it.
Greenlee: Huh. We're all citizens of the world. And with that citizenship comes responsibility, a responsibility we must seize. We're reclaiming the earth. Reverse global warming -- think global cooling. Our new products are globally cool and everyone will want a piece of us.
Kendall: Ahem -- that's right. A new line for a new phase of Fusion.
George: You need sales, not a cash drain in development.
Kendall: Well, we're not going to get rid of our old sellers. We will just refresh -- right? Isn't that what you said? Did you say that? Maybe I said it. I don't know who said it. Anyway, it's a great idea. It's going to be -- we'll have a fantastic new line and then we will see the old line through new eyes.
George: Hmm -- you keep using the word "new." What's the line?
Kendall: Uh -- well, it's -- it's -- ooh! We -- it's my partner's idea. Greenlee, you ready to sell it?
Greenlee: No, and I don't have to. Fusion Green sells itself.
Ryan: Greenlee cannot touch what we have. I won't let her. This -- this isn't about you and me.
Annie: You're right. This is about Spike and Kendall and Greenlee and you.
Ryan: This -- this is -- it's two-year-old business that still hasn't been settled, but we will settle it.
Annie: Oh. No one wants that more than I do.
Ryan: And it's not as impossible as Greenlee's making it seem. It's just that she's so caught up in the drama right now.
Annie: Yeah, I know.
Ryan: But it doesn't make her point any less valid. Annie, Spike exists because she wanted my child.
Annie: And then when she found out that none of her DNA was in Spike, she said to hell with him, Ryan.
Ryan: I know -- she was angry, and she felt betrayed, and, yes, she gave up all of her rights when she left.
Annie: So now she just changes her mind, and she is allowed to put everybody through hell?
Ryan: Look, look. No matter how you think Greenlee is handling this whole situation here, it doesn't take away from the fact that she does have some sort of moral claim.
Annie: She still has a claim on you, too, doesn't she? You still care about Greenlee.
Ryan: Yeah, I do. Greenlee is not the only bad guy here. I mean, I have screwed up pretty big, too.
Annie: No, Ryan, you're not trying to take away someone's son.
Ryan: She is not even going to get even close to that. It's just that Greenlee is fighting the only way that she knows how.
Annie: Got to tell you, that doesn't really warm my heart. Yours?
Ryan: All right, at one time, Greenlee meant the world to me. You know what? Let's just end this conversation now, because --
Annie: No, no.
Ryan: It's not --
Annie: No, I want to hear everything.
Ryan: Ok. What I'm trying to say is that even after everything went down with Greenlee -- even after the divorce, I mean, I still care about her. Do you understand that?
Annie: Yeah. That's what I hate. It's one of the reasons I love you so much, but I hate it.
Ryan: I mean, I wish I knew another way to handle this, a way that felt right, but I just -- I just don't.
Annie: Ryan, it's just this -- the way I'm feeling, it's not personal against Greenlee, it's just -- it's scary. I don't know how we're going to come out of this.
Ryan: Stronger than ever.
Greenlee: Our palette is drawn from nature, enhancing the natural beauty and freshness of our customers. Most companies start with the skin, but at Fusion, we believe that beauty goes much deeper, doesn't it?
Kendall: Yes. How you feel about yourself. That's what's staring back at you when you look into that mirror.
Greenlee: Right, because Fusion has always been about empowerment.
Kendall: Yes, Fusion Green will help awaken our customers to their own endless world of possibilities.
Greenlee: They're in control. We let them know that what they put on their body --
Kendall: Is just as important as what they put in.
Greenlee: Fusion Green enhances and embraces natural beauty.
Greenlee's voice: Fusion is blending, bonding, intertwining --
Greenlee's voice: Growing and making something special and new. Your field, a rainforest, a garden, lush and green and ready to grow. Nurture yourself. Drink it in, soak it up. Start on the inside, deep down, in the cells, in the soul. Don't run or hide from your own essence the way other companies tell you to. Reveal it, embrace it, enhance it. Don't cover up. Strip down, way down. Naked. See the funny, the feisty, the strong, the soft. The real you that's been waiting for a chance to grow. Fusion Green -- feed your beauty.
George: Not bad.
Kendall: "Not bad"?
Greenlee: It was great.
George: You two were great -- all of you.
Kendall and Greenlee: And?
George: Fusion Green looks damn good.
Greenlee: So you're still onboard?
Kendall: So you'll -- you'll market our products? You won't bail?
George: I'll come back onboard.
George: On one condition.
George: You both stay in this up to your necks, side by side in launching Fusion Green.
George: I'll have my people draw up the new contracts to cover Fusion Green and your "classics."
Kendall: Thank you. Thank you so much.
Greenlee: Yes, thank you.
George: Thank each other. I rarely change my mind.
Kendall: What? What? What? Are you kidding me?
Kendall: That was insane.
Greenlee: I -- it was like --
Kendall: No --
Greenlee: A total out-of-body experience!
Kendall: Yeah! Are you kidding me?
Kendall: Not -- no, who knew, who knew?
Di: But, you guys -- you totally sold it back to George Weston.
Kendall: We did.
Babe: And saved Fusion.
Kendall: We did.
Di: You did, you did, you did!
Kendall: But -- but what did we agree to?
Zach: I'm not proud of blacking out the clinic.
Jack: And I'm not proud of what Greenlee's doing, but what you're asking me to do is solve problems you created.
Zach: Oh, God -- you know, I can't reason with Greenlee, and I can't reason with you.
Erica: Listen, why don't you two both stop wasting your time and energy venting on each other try and -- and fix this.
Zach: I'd like to fix Greenlee.
Jack: Why don't you just stay the hell away from my daughter? That's what you should do.
[Door slams as Zach leaves]
Erica: Jack, you might have some impact if you join forces.
Erica: Jack -- the kiss was a nice try, Jack.
[Door closes after Jack leaves]
Krystal: You know, it's hard to pin people down, good or bad.
Stuart: Yeah, it -- it isn't that simple.
Krystal: Well, people do some horrible things, and then they turn around and go noble on you. Or you might think that you're best friends, and then they do you wrong.
Colby: So everybody's a blend? Good and bad?
Krystal: Yeah. You just have to try to stay away from the ones who kind of lean too far to the bad side.
Colby: Well, isn't the bad just guys being guys?
Krystal: Well, maybe, a little. I'll tell you one thing. If Sean was set up, and he said that those drugs were his just to keep you in the clear, he has earned my respect and then some.
Colby: Yeah. I miss him. Sean was my best friend.
Krystal: Well, honey, it doesn't really have to be in the past tense. If he was set up, let me tell you, he must be awfully fond of you, taking all the blame, and not, you know, weaseling out.
Colby: I am really scared. Whatever else Sean did, this drug charge -- it could be bad. And they could throw him in prison.
Krystal: Honey -- Colby, it's ok. You know, sometimes no matter how hard we try not to, we just -- we can't help missing a guy like crazy.
Ryan: Come here. You and Emma and Spike -- you -- you fill my heart. You're everything to me. And after this whole thing with Greenlee is over, it's just going to be the same as it was. Ok?
Annie: Except it won't end as long as Greenlee's around. It's not "how will we be when this is over," it's "how do we live with this? What's next?"
Ryan: We will live exactly the way we want to, and we'll do exactly what we want. And I think that we should start with something that's just for us. Something that we postponed for way, way, way, way too long.
Babe: No, seriously, you -- you did it, it worked. I don't know --
Di: The mockups worked, your energy --
Babe: No, really, it all worked.
Kendall: We kind of worked.
Greenlee: We clicked, right?
Kendall: Yeah, kind of like old times.
Greenlee: The arguing was like old times, too.
Kendall: Well, Fusion -- free speech workplace.
Greenlee: And that's what works for us.
Kendall: Right, so congratulations, partner.
Greenlee: Congratulations, partner!
Babe: Great minds, right?
Kendall: Ok, you guys, we have to celebrate.
Greenlee: Yes, we do!
Babe: Homage to Fusion!
[Jack and Zach are surprised when they walk in and find harmony instead of strife]
Annie: We can't run away.
Ryan: No, no, no -- we're not -- we're not running away, we're running to.
Annie: We still need to deal with Greenlee.
Ryan: What we need is to concentrate on what's really, really important without any distractions at all. We need to move forward with us and with our family.
Krystal: Oh, Kyle, come here, come here. Which print do you like, huh?
Kyle: Don't drag me in.
Krystal: No, no, no -- everybody gets a vote.
Kyle: I vote, you agree. Stuart paints it that way. Then one day, you change your mind, and for the rest of the summer, you're parking your car in front of that mural thinking "that idiot, Kyle -- what's he know?"
Krystal: Oh, come on.
Stuart: Smart man.
Krystal: No, wait a minute. No, I wouldn't do that.
Stuart: Oh, well, you might.
Stuart: But I'll repaint it if you do.
Kyle: Well, I'll see you tomorrow.
Krystal: Thanks, Kyle. Oh.
Stuart: Ok. Well, you -- you think about it, and tomorrow, you can tell me what you want, boss.
Krystal: Ok. Hey, Stuart, thanks for everything.
Stuart: Yeah. I really liked what you told Colby. It's true. It's all right if you miss him. Even -- even ok if you like him, too.
Erica: Today is the four-week anniversary of my new show. My mind is unchanged, as I knew it would be. So with my divorce imminent, I want to make a very special offer to a very special someone. I will be hosting my own soon-to-be-single party, and there's only one person I want to escort me -- the very generous donor who has pledged $1 million to the Miranda Center once my divorce is final. I can't wait to meet you in person.
Jack: Well, something's clearly changed.
Kendall: We just had the best meeting. The best.
Greenlee: Lifesaver. I'm going to go brainstorm, and I'll get back to you, ok?
Jack: I'll go with her. So, I take it Kendall doesn't know anything about your suit?
Greenlee: Oh, no, she knows.
Jack: Did you decide not to go through with it?
Greenlee: Hmm, I'm not sure yet.
Zach: So, Greenlee announced she's leaving town or what happened here?
Kendall: Oh, oh, oh -- you will not believe what we just pulled off.
Babe: Oh, you would've been so proud of your wife. You have no idea. She was amazing. Hey! They did it, they did it.
Annie: George Weston?
Di: Yeah, he recommitted to Fusion.
Babe: Like, 1,000%.
Ryan: Oh, wow, congratulations. Way to go.
Kendall: Thank you, thank you. Yeah, it -- it wasn't easy.
Ryan: Well, I got some other good news -- I mean, that is, if you don't mind Annie taking a little time off.
Kendall: No, that's fine, why?
Ryan: Well, we're thinking of taking sort of a family honeymoon, me, Annie, and Emma.
Zach: Oh, I think that's great. Great timing, too.
Ryan: Yeah, yeah, we thought so.
Zach: Since you're taking Emma, maybe you want to take Spike, as well.
Kendall: Um -- well, no. I mean -- I mean, Emma's a big girl, but Spike is a toddler. You don't want a toddler on a honeymoon.
Zach: He said family honeymoon.
Ryan: Yeah, I don't know -- I think Emma would like to have her little brother there.
Annie: Sure. Why not?
Zach: That's what I'm talking about -- timing.
Ryan: Yeah. All right, we got to pack.
Annie: I don't want to take off, though, if this is going to cause a problem at work.
Kendall: It's fine. It's fine. You guys go. All of you go. Fusion will be waiting for you when you get back.
Kendall: Have fun. All right, let's clean up this monstrosity of a mess.
Babe: I got it -- pregnant --
Kendall: No, I'm good, I'm good.
Babe: Another two months. I'm not letting you do anything.
Kendall: Yeah. You know, leave it to Greenlee to leave her purse here. I'm sure she'll be back to get it in, like, five minutes.
[Babe sighs as Kendall bends down to pick up the purse and finds the old baby sonogram that she had given Greenlee]
Greenlee: Where is it?
Kendall: Ta-da! Our baby.
Greenlee: Oh -- oh, my -- the most beautiful, loved baby, ever.
Kendall: Mm-hmm. She does want Spike.
Zach: Come here.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Adam has a nightmare in which Tad, Joe, Jamie, and J.R. sing and dance: Everybody wants to be a Martin. We're so wonderful, original and true. Everybody wants to be a Martin. Don't you wish that you could be one, too?
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