All My Children Transcript Wednesday 6/20/07
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[Knock on door]
Babe: Oh, thank God you're here. I need you.
Jamie: Your timing's perfect. I got the --
Babe: No, no, no, no -- tomorrow.
Babe: No -- the GED -- it's tomorrow, and I knew that and -- well, at least part of my brain knew that. But then the other part -- it was -- it was busy and it was memorizing preambles and -- what's that thing you taught me? The a-squared plus b-squared is c-squared. I don't even know if that's right. I deserve every blonde joke I've ever heard right now.
Jamie: Huh -- you're going to do fine, ok?
Babe: Can you help me study some more? I mean, if you have time.
Jamie: I have all the time you need.
Babe: My God. I am so sorry. Here I am, I'm -- I'm rambling about the GED, and you're -- you're suddenly single and out on the streets.
Krystal: Yeah. The roof's tight, the leak is fixed, and you did a bang-up job on that patio out there.
Kyle: Hey, premed, and a genius with a hammer.
Krystal: You got that right. Now all we need is a big thumbs-up from the building inspector.
Man: What about the liquor license?
Krystal: Oh -- does everybody know about that? How hard it's been for me to make that happen?
Krystal: Well, it is going to happen. Or else we're going to kiss that private party tonight goodbye. Not to mention, opening it up for the public. Can you put that right there? Thanks. Oh, God, please -- please don't let me fall on my face.
Adam: Yes, here I am at this ridiculous location. Are you pleased with your little prank? Can I have my son back now?
Man: Go inside, sit down, wait. You'll be contacted with the information for the money transfer.
Adam: How do I know you'll free my son?
Man: You don't.
Krystal: What the hell are you doing here?
Adam: I'm sitting -- in a chair.
Krystal: Yeah? Front-row seat, so you can laugh yourself stupid?
Krystal: Or does this have something to do with the charmer that you were last night?
Krystal: All spooked out enough to make Stuart worry.
Krystal: Which is it?
Adam: The former, I assure you. I'm here to laugh.
J.R.: Damn it!
Amanda: You think they came by, open the door? Maybe left some coffee and doughnuts?
J.R.: Those guys work for me.
Amanda: Past tense, J.R. Those jerks you hired to fake kidnap you -- they decided to do it for real.
J.R.: We don't know that.
Amanda: I do. And you seemed to know that last night. What happened? Comfy night sleep change your mind?
J.R.: Look, I have $100 million riding on this deal. Why don't you back off, ok?
Amanda: Screw your money. Our lives are riding on this. Why don't you use your secret phone and get us rescued, now?
J.R.: And blow the whole deal? Forget it.
Amanda: It is hard to spend 100 million when you're a corpse. I'll do it.
J.R.: No, no, no. No, look --
Amanda: No, I'm going to call Babe.
J.R.: No, I'm going to call Jamie.
Greenlee: I should have come home. I should have come home when Ethan died -- to help you with your grief. God -- listen to me. I am sucking up to your headstone, because I need you here with me. Because I'm selfish and self-centered and -- I need you, Simone. I held him. I held Spike. The baby I thought would be mine. And now -- I'm so lonely. I'm so, so lonely, and -- I have no one to talk to.
Kendall: That's not true.
Ava: Freakin' birds. The water rocking, all the freakin' people -- jeez. Girl's got to sleep, you all. Oh, people just rocking on the water. Oh, my --
Ava: Oh, oh! Oh, my God!
Di: Ava, what's wrong?
Ava: Oh, my God, there's a bug in my hair!
Jonathan: What's wrong? What?
J.R.: Oh, yeah, yeah, go ahead. Go ahead, call Babe to the rescue.
Amanda: Well, should have called somebody last night.
J.R.: Last night? We weren't sure if we were in trouble last night.
Amanda: Well, now do you get it? How scared I was when there were big, scary men who didn't care if we lived or died? Who just wanted ransom money? Well, now it's for real.
J.R.: Look, I was supposed to be out of here, today. I'm supposed to be home with my son right now. Now he's going to think that I blew him off. I will not let my son think I abandoned him! Do you hear me?
Amanda: You love him. You're more upset about Little A than you are about what your men did to you.
J.R.: My men turned on me. Bob and Vince -- they didn't have two brain cells to rub together. They've double-crossed me? Or was it Wong? He had it planned all along. Son of a --
Amanda: How do you know that they're not on the other side of that door right now lying dead? I mean, what if someone else caught wind of your plan, decided to screw over you and your guys?
J.R.: Do you know something? If you know something --
Amanda: I'm just saying, you're not the center of the universe.
J.R.: Not the center of the universe? I've been betrayed, I've been double-crossed, I've been lied to. Like hell this isn't about me!
Adam: I have an appointment arranged by an associate who is amused by humorless irony.
Krystal: Oh, yeah, right, right. This is exactly the kind of place your kind do business. Sure.
Kyle: Where do you want this?
Krystal: I'll show you, just a minute. Don't cause any trouble.
Adam: Name's Adam Chandler, Sr. Do you have something you want to say to me? Be forewarned that whatever you do or say in the next few minutes, I intend to return the compliment -- right between your eyes.
Man: I was just --
Adam: Come on. Come on, I'm eager to hear it. I've memorized your face, and I never intend to forget it.
Man: Ms. Carey?
Krystal: What can I do for you?
Man: On behalf of the county, you passed.
Krystal: Oh -- I -- I just got a thumbs-up from the building inspector. What did you say to him?
Adam: I didn't -- I thought -- I didn't say anything to him.
Krystal: You ornery SOB. You treated him exactly the same way you treat everybody -- rude, nasty, and with a scowl. And for once, it paid off.
Kendall: I miss her, too. But, Greenlee, this is really morbid. If you want to feel closer to Simone, go to the office.
Greenlee: That's what she said.
Kendall: What? When?
Greenlee: She -- she said I belonged back at Fusion.
Kendall: Oh, right. The stocks, of course.
Greenlee: Yeah, and much more. Read it.
Kendall: "I know you want to be left alone, Greenlee Garbo. But tough. I miss you, and it's been too long already. Ethan is gone. I don't know if you've heard. He's gone, and now I'm doing the whole responsible adult thing and getting my affairs in order, because the Cambias suits don't know from free spirits. So when you read this, I'll be dead, and you'll still be gone. God --"
Simone and Kendall: "How bad does that stink? Almost as bad as knowing I probably died --"
Simone: Without ever seeing your face again. I miss you. Remember when it was just you and me? BFFs. Yeah. We had some good times. Me in a cat suit, you with oven mitts and a pair of tongs, snagging test tubes from the clinic. Oh - yeah, I was your girl. Always there for you. Until you didn't need me as much, because you had Kendall. Which was fine. Ok, I'm lying. It wasn't fine. But you know, I got used to it. Because you and Kendall had this kind of magic between you. And then it -- it all went kablooey. Did I spell that right? Ryan got snipped, got dead. But not really. Kendall got pregnant, used her own egg. You left town. Bye-bye. Yeah, great. We got Babe in your place. Learned to live with that. Learned to live with no Greenlee, and her snarky but humorous attacks, yes. I waited for you to come back, you know. Whoops. No Greenlee. And then Ethan died. And he didn't come back. Not like Ryan. I swear to you, Greenlee, if he came back, and he told me that it was all a big lie, a fake, and that I mourned him for no reason, I would take him back. I would love him. I would get back everything I lost, and I would never let him go. This is me not being subtle, Greenlee. Do you hear me? Get a grip. I miss you. They miss you. If you're reading this letter, then it's already too late for and me. But it's not too late for you and Kendall. And Ryan. And your dad. And everyone else that you left behind.
Simone and Kendall: "Come back home, Greenlee. Love is here, waiting for you."
Greenlee: She was wrong. There is nothing here for me.
Di: Hey, it's gone, it's gone, it's gone.
Ava: Oh, God.
Di: It was just a cricket.
Ava: Whatever it was, it was going to eat my brains out. What is wrong with this place?
Di: It's -- a park. Why are you here?
Ava: I just wanted to soak up some nature.
Jonathan: You slept here.
Di: Why? What happened?
Ava: Oh, you mean why did I get myself kicked out of the Montgomery house?
Di: Did you?
Ava: Yeah. Jon knows all about it I'm surprised you didn't tell her already. I know you're just dying to spill. Come on, let's just get to the juicy part.
Jonathan: She is here, because she's trying to protect Lily.
Babe: Did you tell Julia that you love her?
Jamie: And that we could make it work, and that being with her felt right. All of it. But she had her reasons, and she wasn't really wrong. For her, it was time.
Babe: Well, I knew that she was going to California, but --
Jamie: Yeah, she moved that up a couple of weeks. Which I am glad about. She should be with family right now. It's good for her.
Babe: But she didn't make you move out, though, right? Because that doesn't really sound like something Julia would do.
Jamie: No, no, that was my idea. This is her place, and she should feel comfortable in her own home. And Julia and I broke up, because we're in different places. That's the way she sees it. And she's right.
Tad: Baby delivery. I think we should try it again. What do you think, huh? Ok. I said "Baby delivery."
Krystal: Ooh --
Tad: Damn it.
Krystal: Ooh, itty.
Tad: Angel delivery. Yes!
Krystal: Oh, yes. Hey, baby Jenny. Mama's playing money pit. Yeah, I missed you. I missed you so much.
Krystal: Yes, I did.
Tad: Well, the feeling's mutual, Krystal. She's been yakking for you all morning.
Tad: It's like "Mama, Mama, Mama Mama, Mama." It's like living in a Disney movie.
Tad: And I finally figured if she wants Mama so bad, Mama can change her diaper.
Krystal: Oh, pooh.
Tad: Yeah, something like that. What do you think? You up to the job?
Krystal: Well, I think so, yeah. I got you covered, sweetie.
Tad: Just a flick of the old wrist. Oh, Adam. I didn't see you skulking there. Huh? Yeah, judging from the pinched look on your face, I'd say you've had to deal with your own malodorous load lately.
Adam: Pine valley's poet laureate. Your eloquence is piteous.
Tad: And your mother dresses you funny. But not you. Is it true? Yes, your Mama dresses you --
Tad: Like the little queen bee that you are.
Krystal: That's right.
Tad: The crazy cutie.
Krystal: You know, I couldn't do it for Babe. I dang sure am going to do it for Jenny.
Tad: She wants some.
Tad: Hey. Hey, check you out! Krystal, you passed the building inspection. That's amazing.
Tad: Wait a minute, that's impossible. When did the guy get here, last night? These things take hours.
Krystal: It just took a few minutes.
Tad: Uh-huh. Oh, I guess you wowed somebody, huh? Yeah. Oh, somebody was working it. You were working it.
Ava: Oh, so you think the only way I could protect my sister is by leaving her house and leaving her life?
Jonathan: I --
Di: He didn't say that.
Ava: Yeah, I know. He's just mad that I ratted myself out to Jack before he could. That's right, Jon -- I took the credit, and here I am.
Di: You know what? You could probably use some breakfast.
Jonathan: Yeah, I'll go get it.
Di: I got it.
Jonathan: Thanks, Di.
Ava: Yeah. Whew. You and me. Super. Whoo.
Jonathan: Now, you -- if Jack had kicked you out of the house, he would have given you money for a hotel, but you're sleeping here, which means that you left on your own. Which means that you're trying to protect Lily.
Ava: Wow, I do -- really need to do my mascara. Could you leave? Would that be a problem?
Jonathan: Why'd you do it? Did you not want Lily to know that you were connected to a drug dealer? Is that it? I saw the look on your face when you thought he had hurt her. Ava, you could have ripped his heart out.
Ava: Yeah, well, I get that urge a lot.
Jonathan: Lily got to you. You wouldn't have left her unless you thought it was the best option.
Ava: Yeah. Oh, my God, you're right. I'm a total saint. Where's my halo at?
Jonathan: All right. Well, I gave you $500 and you're sleeping here. What did you do with the money? What did you spend it on? Is it the -- is it about the drugs?
Ava: Hey -- uh -- remember when you told me that if I talked, you would listen, you wouldn't judge me?
Jonathan: I remember.
Ava: So, that offer still good? I tell you where the money went, and you won't judge me?
Tad: It's just one never-ending cycle.
Babe: Looks like a party!
Krystal: Oh. Hey.
Krystal: Well, not yet, but there will be tonight.
Tad: What do you mean, there will be tonight? Did my invitation get lost in the mail?
Krystal: It's a private party.
Jamie: Um -- people, what -- what is he doing here?
Krystal: Ah. Who knows?
Jamie: Anyone? Ok.
Babe: You just can't stay away from Mama, can you?
Adam: I'm meeting someone.
Babe: Hmm. So how's J.R.?
Adam: Why do you ask?
Babe: Because he hasn't been in touch with his son in a while.
Adam: I don't give a damn what J.R. does.
Amanda: Here. Help me move these.
J.R.: Oh. All right.
Amanda: Oh, that's perfect. Maybe I can fit through there.
J.R.: No. You're going to get stuck, and I'm going to have to listen to you whine.
Amanda: I am still hungry, J.R. Do not mess with me. Come on, help me push.
J.R.: All right, fine.
Amanda: Hey! Touch me there again, I'm going to kick you in the face. Now, come on, push.
J.R.: Oh, no!
Amanda: Oh, no, oh, no! Oh!
J.R.: I think you -- it must be a main line.
Amanda: Oh, my --
Kendall: Ryan offered for you to be a part of our family. And I let you hold my child, the one that you threatened to take away from me in court. And now, you're telling me that there is no love for you here?
Greenlee: Kendall, I can't. I just -- I can't.
Kendall: Fine. Don't. Maxi Berlin.
Greenlee: What? I don't -- what? I don't get what you're --
Kendall: Yeah, you do. You're lying.
Greenlee: No, I'm sorry. I don't know what you're talking --
Kendall: Well, you should be. This is the part where you follow me. Ok. Let's try this again, shall we? Ahem. Maxi Berlin.
Greenlee: Maxi -- maxi -- pad, Berlin Wall? What -- what do you want from me here? I --
Kendall: Ok, I -- I want for you to go back and remember what it was like before.
Greenlee: Before what? What --
Kendall: Before when it was good, when it -- when it was us, you and me and -- and Fusion and the magic. Oh. Ok, Mia. Mia and I, we were right here and -- and Simone was right there, and maxi Berlin was calling us, like, every five minutes, driving us crazy. Why?
Greenlee: Lacey's. Oh, my gosh -- we needed lip color for Lacey's.
Kendall: Yes! Yes. Thank you, thank you. And you, being the pain in the butt that you were, you kept asking me if we were using grape juice or tomato sauce in the formula.
Greenlee: Me? You glued Simone's lips shut.
Kendall: Yes, that's very true. I did, but that was a group effort.
Greenlee: Wow. So, this is where it all started.
Kendall: You know, Fusion can be amazing or it can tank with Fusion Green. So, step up, Greenlee. Help me think of new formulas and -- and colors and scents. We can make something amazing. We can make magic.
Kendall: No, no, not until you listen.
Greenlee: Kendall, I love Fusion -- "love." But it's a company. We make something, we sell it for money. You can't tell me anything that you and I ever created was earth-shattering or amazing.
Kendall: We made Spike.
Ava: You gave me that money, and I spent it on sheer happiness. I mean, can you feel the hotness? Whoo! Look at these. I mean, I bought them before I knew I was going to need a place to stay, but at least I'm on the street stylin'.
Jonathan: Is this funny for you?
Ava: Come on, Jon. For a guy who's had his brain cut open, you still have a lot of issues. I mean, first you try to boot me out of town, and then you get all sympathetic with me, and then you try to kiss me out of pity. Who are you being right now?
Jonathan: I am being the guy who sees a bug on your shoulder.
Ava: Oh, my God! Get him off!
Jonathan: Come here, come here, come here! Oh, it -- it was a leaf. My bad.
Ava: Ooh -- jerk.
Jonathan: Damn, you're gullible.
Ava: Yeah, just don't tell anybody.
Jonathan: Tell anybody what? That the tough girl isn't actually that tough?
Di: Smiles -- good. Good, good -- um -- because I think, Ava, you should move into Wildwind with us.
[Music plays at "The Comeback"]
Krystal: Ok, tell me you heard something about the liquor license.
Jamie: I have.
Krystal: That sounds bad. That sounds bad, doesn't it?
Krystal: How come I didn't know that when I bought this bar, I wasn't going to be buying a liquor license?
Tad: Trick question? Maybe because I told you. I also told you you can't get a liquor license if you've been convicted of a felony.
Krystal: Which is why I asked Jamie to help me. So what'd you hear?
Jamie: Not so much what I heard. It's more something I got in the mail.
Krystal: Oh. I hate this, I hate this.
Krystal: Oh, my gosh! Oh, oh, oh!
Tad: Oh! Sweet!
Krystal: Oh, oh, oh, man! Whoo-hoo! Right --
Babe: I couldn't keep a straight face!
Krystal: Into franchise heaven.
Krystal: All right! Hey, do you hear that, boys? The Comeback is officially --
Tad: Did you see that?
Krystal: Open for business! Ok, let's wet our whistles, everybody.
Babe: I couldn't keep a straight face, and I wanted to tell you, and I wanted to tell you and you hadn't come back.
Krystal: Just a taste, just a taste, everybody.
Babe: Here we go. Cheers, everyone.
Krystal: You're good-looking now.
Woman: I know, I know. I'm getting it back.
Krystal: Oh, my gosh -- good to see you. Well, I guess scaring the inspector should score you at least a taste.
Adam: Well, you -- you got this license by fraud, you know? I could turn you in as a felon.
Krystal: And I could turn you for impersonating a human being.
Adam: That's the way I fill my days.
Singer: She's not telling lies
Adam: No one leaves this room until I find out who put this here.
Amanda: Ok, no more free feels, Dr. Hands.
J.R.: I'm just trying to help.
Amanda: Because you're a jackass and you know this is all your fault?
J.R.: Yes -- to all of that.
Kendall: It was like having a basketball strapped to my belly. No, actually, it was a wiggling, kicking, jumping basketball inside my belly.
Greenlee: Was it like that night at Spike's birthday party when you felt this one kick?
Kendall: No. No, there was nothing really incredible about it. It wasn't my dream, wasn't my child. I felt so guilty for not loving him yet. And -- and for feeling like he cost me you. So then you throw in Ryan and Zach finding out about the blackout, and then Dr. Madden telling me I should give him up to parents who would love him.
Greenlee: Kendall, we don't have to talk about this.
Kendall: No, Greenlee, you asked me how I forgave Zach for what he did. Well, this is when it happened. Zach got me away from Dr. Madden. And he was there when -- when I thought the baby stopped moving, I felt something horrible had happened. He was there when the baby started moving again, and when I realized that I loved that child more than my own life. So then, my accident happened. and it seemed like they really would have to choose between me or the child. And Zach honored my wishes. He fought, he fought, and he made sure that that baby survived no matter what.
Greenlee: Even if you died because of it?
Kendall: That's how much I loved Spike. And now, I love him 10 times more now. And you must think I'm lying after how much I didn't want kids.
Greenlee: Uh-uh. I know you're not lying. You love your son.
Di: Yeah, I mean, there's plenty of rooms, it's a huge estate. You want everybody out of your face, you got it. If you want company, you got that, too.
Ava: Wow, that sounds incredible. Doesn't it, Jonathan?
Jonathan: I get a vote now?
Di: Why, is there a problem?
Jonathan: No, Di. It's no problem -- other than the obvious problems, no.
Jamie: Come on, Adam.
Adam: No, somebody put it there.
Jamie: Take it easy.
Tad: What any of these people is guilty of is doing his job. Why don't you let them get back to it? It's ok, Joe.
Babe: He's got the crazies in his eyes, that's for sure.
Tad: Talk about Adam Chandler, crazy goes a lot deeper than that.
Jamie: You should know.
Krystal: I'll tell you one thing -- if it gets you this riled up, that paper's got to be about Chandler Enterprises, Colby, Stuart, or J.R.
Adam: How is this any of your business?
Krystal: Because you are in my bar breathing in my atmosphere. And you're spinning out of control, Adam. So if I can slow that rotation for Colby's sake, then I'm going to give it my best shot. What is your problem?
Adam: My problem will be solved. There is no alternative.
Tad: You know, I'm a father, so I have to ask it.
Jamie: Hmm. I hate this question already -- ahem.
Tad: You and Julia --
Jamie: Yes, we broke up.
Tad: So you and Babe?
Jamie: Are you seriously asking me this?
Tad: I'm a parent. It comes with a dinner.
Jamie: We're hanging out.
Tad: Ah. The ethereal hanging out -- so little time, so many meanings. You care to narrow it down just a little bit?
Jamie: Should I ask about you and Krystal?
Tad: Ok, fine. You want to be that way, I can answer this question and not sound like a total doink. Krystal and I share a child, ok? Other than that, the rest is -- history.
Jamie: Just like Babe and me -- history.
Babe: He's been a big help. See, now it was Math and Language Studies and big brother Jamie was helping me with all of that, too. So I was thinking that I could say "Thank you" and help him find a new place to live for everything that he's done -- for helping me study for my GED and for getting the liquor license and for officially hiring back Mama. What do you think?
Jamie: Big brother Jamie doesn't need a payoff, and big sister Babe needs to be studying.
Babe: Ahem -- ahem. Why is it that towns tend to settle along regional fault lines? I will give you that answer and many more on the way to your new place to live.
Jamie: You got it.
Babe: Bye, baby. Love you. This place looks great.
Krystal: Oh, honey. Study hard.
Babe: Will do. I've got the best tutor ever.
Tad: Wouldn't dream of it.
Krystal: Ok. All right.
Krystal: Thanks, bye. See you. Bye. Thanks, Jamie.
Tad: Listen, do you mind if me and the midget posse head off into the sunset?
Krystal: Oh, the world is your oyster. Plus it'll give Mama a chance to get this pub all cleaned up for the party tonight -- thanks.
Tad: And your daughter is very impressed with you -- see?
Tad: You see that face? Oh, wait -- that face is normally associated -- oh.
Krystal: Oh, no.
Krystal: Gas joke, thanks.
Tad: Say good-bye to you-know-who. Love letter? Ah, never mind. Do yourself a favor -- pull a finger. Yeah, whatever.
Adam: My son's coming home.
Di: Sit down. It's ok, be comfortable. Hmm.
Ava: Oh. Ah! Well, it's no burnt-out squat on the naughty side of town, but it'll do.
Tad: Who loves you, huh? Who loves you, hmm? I could eat you up like a -- like a snack. Come here -- somebody important I want you to meet. Ok? Actually, "meet's" probably a -- too strong a word, because she knows exactly who you are, and to date, you have no idea what I'm saying. It's probably going to carry on for a few decades. Um -- anyway, look. You're going to be hearing a lot about her, ok? Her name is Dixie, and she wanted more than anything for you and me to be together.
Babe: And if you'll just take a look to the left, the available apartment that is conveniently located --
Jamie: No. No, no, no, no, no.
Babe: Oh, come on.
Jamie: There's no chance in hell, no.
Babe: You'll have wonderful neighbors.
Jamie: Yeah, thanks, but I think I'm going to crash at the Yacht Club for a while because clean sheets and room service sounds pretty good when I'm trudging through med school.
Babe: Med school -- much more glamorous than the GED, which I still need to go study for, so I'm going to say good-bye.
Jamie: And you're ditching your study buddy. I see how it is.
Babe: Oh -- well, this time tomorrow, study hall will be just a faded memory, hmm?
Jamie: Well, it was fun while it lasted.
Babe: Quiz me. Come on.
Kendall: I'm sorry you don't have your baby.
Greenlee: Oh. My eyes already hurt from trying not to cry, so --
Kendall: Greenlee, it's ok to cry in front of me.
Greenlee: You know, this place looks so much smaller without anyone or furniture. I don't know how Simone and Mia and you and I all fit in there.
Kendall: Well, for one, we were really small people, but, two --
Kendall: Um, it really wasn't about fitting. It was about magic.
Greenlee: Kendall, you can't repeat history, and you can't make magic out of nothing.
Kendall: Hmm. Well, you're right -- you can't make magic out of "nothing." Huh. But, you "can" make magic out of the magic pot.
Both: The magic pot!
Kendall: The magic pot.
Adam: No, I -- I couldn't ID him. Could you? Good, good. Keep him in sight. Yeah, don't -- don't lose him. He damn well better lead us home.
J.R.: I knew the kidnapping was going to be risky, so I tried to take all the precautions that I could, but I guess it wasn't enough. I'm just -- I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I dragged you into this.
J.R.: I'm trying to apologize.
Amanda: I know and I said stop, because if you keep going, I'll have to admit that it was a semi-decent plan. Heck, any plan to stick it to Adam is fine by me.
J.R.: Even if the plan ends up with you hungry and wet and trapped in a cellar?
Amanda: I've said all I'm saying -- you're still a jerk.
[J.R. and Amanda kiss]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Colby (to Sean): I am not going to let you plead guilty of possession or intent to --
[Sean kisses Colby]
Erica (to Tad about Jack): He's ignoring me.
Tad (to Erica): I know -- get up and make him notice, do something.
Erica: Teach me to play pool, Tad -- like this?
Tad (to Erica): Don't have too much fun.
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