AMC Transcript Friday 6/29/07

All My Children Transcript Friday 6/29/07


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Greenlee: Good morning, ladies. Are you ready for the biggest idea since -- oh, wait -- my last one?

Babe: Shoot.

Greenlee: A product line for babies. Organic sunscreen, a natural inspect repellant. Maybe make it water-resistant.

Di: Yeah. We have some research on those products, but we were thinking for adults.

Greenlee: Well, go find it.

Babe: It's a really good idea, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Yeah, I was hanging out with Ryan and Spike after Spike's swim lesson, and it just hit me. That little boy's skin is so soft.

Babe: Once upon a time, you said that holding him felt too right. You think it's a good idea that you get so close?

Greenlee: Don't you have work to do, like, now?

Babe: Huh. Anything you say.

Greenlee: So I hope my employees can work without my supervision. I have somewhere to be.

Di: Yeah, don't let us keep you.

Greenlee: Ok, and I'll need something on the sunscreen idea by the time I get back. Good morning, Annie.

Annie: Morning.

Greenlee: You know, don't forward my calls. This meeting is just way too important.

Babe: We've got it covered.

Greenlee: I'm sure you do. Don't know when I'll be back.

Di: I don't know how you do it. It takes a lot of patience and brass to put up with Greenlee's BS.

Babe: I mean, if I actually cared about her, maybe it would bother me. But outside of this place, she is not a part of my life. I'm sorry, Annie, I didn't --

Di: We put our money on you.

Babe: If there's anything we can do --

Annie: You want to help me? Keep me from wringing Greenlee's neck.

Greenlee: Coffee and breakfast? I'm a lucky girl. Half-caf?

Ryan: Still double shot, skim milk?

Greenlee: You're the man.

[Greenlee gasps]

Greenlee: Is that blueberry? God, this family deal is fantastic. You don't happen to have cereal in that pocket? You want some?

Ryan: I didn't come here just to have breakfast.

Greenlee: You want to talk about yesterday. Things have to change.

Ryan: You're right, they do.

Adam: I just need some more time. No, Slater is not running Chandler Enterprises, the Chandlers are. Yes -- no, your investment is safe. You can get your money back. No, that's not what my son and I told the board. We did not say it was a done deal.

[Doorbell rings]

Adam: We still have time to stop Slater. Would somebody get the damn door? Yeah, no, no -- you do not -- you do not call Slater. You deal with me. Deal with me. Oh. Good morning.

Zach: Good morning, Adam. You sleep well?

Adam: Very well, thank you. Come on in. I take it you're here to extend the deadline on our loan?

Zach: Why would I want to do that? Coffee?

Adam: Some other arrangement, then?

Zach: No, I like the one we have. Thanks.

Adam: Yeah. Can I get you anything else?

Zach: I want what you want.

Adam: My money.

Zach: Uh-uh -- easy transition. Quick and painless for everyone.

Adam: Why won't you give us some more time? What is it you're so afraid of, Slater?

Zach: Hmm. I know what I forgot. Kendall -- she sent these over. She wants to redecorate. What do you think? Light green? What --

Adam: Damn it! My son's life was at stake. Are you sure you want to take advantage of that?

Zach: And to think that the two of you used to be on opposite sides. I hope Junior's grateful for your sacrifices.

J.R.: Did you see the pilot?

Amanda: No.

J.R.: You didn't call your buddy Aidan again, did you?

Amanda: Shut up, J.R. He's the one that helped us find this guy.

J.R.: No, we would have found the pilot to Seamus Wong's plane.

Amanda: Before or after our 100 million was gone?

J.R.: "Our" $100 million?

Amanda: Hey, 5% is mine.

J.R.: That is, if you don't blow it. You got the plan straight?

Amanda: Yeah, yeah, you're interviewing the pilot for a job.

J.R.: And what are you doing?

Amanda: I'm doing what I'm told.

J.R.: I do not want Aidan involved in this. Now, if we can find Seamus, we can beat Slater's price, and we get some of the money back. I do not want to blow my dad's whole portfolio.

Amanda: You should have thought of that before you kidnapped yourself.

J.R.: Yeah. All right, cry, now.

Amanda: What are you smoking?

J.R.: Look, if you want a cut of this $100 million, you better cry now. I mean, big, fat, huge tears, right now. Come on, do it. Do it.

[Greenlee sobs on J.R.'s shoulder]

Jack: How is Ms. Kane?

Nurse: To be honest, I don't know why she's still here.

Jack: I have a couple of notions. May I see her?

Nurse: Of course.

Jack: Thanks.

Erica: Jack -- I'm so glad you came back.

Jack: I will always remember you as beautiful as you are right now.

Erica: Is something wrong?

Jack: I just had an update from your nurse.

Erica: Well, that nurse is not my nurse. She's not my personal nurse. That nurse doesn't know anything about my case.

Jack: Erica, stop it, stop it. I know about your condition, the one you're trying to hide from me.

Erica: I don't know what you're talking about.

Jack: It must be so terrible. I mean, the tests are inconclusive. The not knowing, the not having any idea -- I'm so sorry, I -- I wish I could help you more.

Erica: Well, no, you have.

Jack: No, I -- I have something I have to tell you.

Erica: Ok, tell me.

Jack: The other night when you were supposed to come home to our home, and you didn't, I was very hurt, I was very angry. I found Milla's card in my pocket. I called her. And I was actually able to be open with her in a way I -- I never expected.

Erica: You called Milla? The lawyer?

Jack: Yes, yes, I did -- I'm sorry, I have to be honest with you.

Erica: Yes, well, I hope you will be.

Jack: Of course, I will be. I mean, especially now, especially now, and I just want you to know that if your condition worsens -- if this gets really serious -- your children will know how much you love them. They will know how wonderful a mother and a person you are.

Erica: "Are"? Jack, "are"? I am not gone yet.

Jack: Erica, you will always be in my heart. I will never forget you, no matter who I may marry after you're gone.

Annie: So what are we working on?

Babe: Um -- there was this one idea --

Di: It's a sunscreen for babies.

Babe: We could do a whole line, and --

Di: Yeah. You know what? Because I know Julia -- she slathers the stuff on Kathy before they even think about going outside. You probably do the same for Emma.

Babe: It's true. I mean, it's the number one product we use in the house. Where's my purse?

Di: Here we go.

Babe: Ok. I mean, look, it's -- it really is a growing market.

Di: Babe!

Babe: What?

Di: I totally forgot to ask. How was the GED?

Babe: I --

Annie: Oh.

Babe: Feel good about it.

Annie: When do you find out?

Babe: Soon -- fingers crossed.

Di: Oh, you don't need luck. You're plenty brilliant.

Annie: Hey, this whole baby sunscreen thing --

Di: Mm-hmm?

Annie: It was Greenlee's big idea, wasn't it?

Babe: She did happen to mention it.

Annie: So she cornered my husband and his son for business and pleasure. Lucky her. Lucky us.

Babe: This isn't what you want to hear, Annie.

Annie: No, no, I'm sorry. We're at work. We're here to work. So, is it going to be hypo-allergenic? Are we talking lotions, or -- or wipes, or -- you know what? What would Greenlee want?

Ryan: I can't do this anymore. I can't keep hurting my wife.

Greenlee: I guess she wasn't too happy to see me with you.

Ryan: No, not so much.

Greenlee: Yeah, storming out was a pretty good indication. Well, obviously, things need to change.

Ryan: They do.

Greenlee: Mm-hmm. Sorry. Sorry, sorry, sorry. My bad. I know, we're being serious. It's just -- I keep picturing with you and -- and Spike after the swim lesson. He's so cute.

Ryan: Yeah, he's great --

Greenlee: Oh, my gosh -- and that little laugh -- you just -- you never get sick of it, do you?

Ryan: No. No, you don't, but --

Greenlee: Oh, oh, and -- and -- here. For you. I mean, not for you, for -- for Spike. After I saw the look in his eyes when I gave him those boat shoes, I just --

Ryan: Ok, stop. Greenlee, just stop.

Greenlee: Oh, no, it's nothing.

Ryan: No, I'll give it to him, all right? I just --

Greenlee: Just make sure he knows that they're from his Aunt Greenlee.

Ryan: I will, I will. But I didn't come here to talk about Annie and Spike, I came here to talk about us.

Greenlee: Is there an "us" I should know about?

Ryan: You know what I mean, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Well, then, let's talk about us. You first.

Ryan: I'm sorry, but we can't be together anymore.

Babe: Here is the latest market report.

Annie: Great, thank you.

Babe: Cool.

Di: Mm-hmm.

[Annie gasps]

Annie: Oh!

Babe: Oh, my God --

Annie: God, that's it! I can't do this!

Babe: No, it's just coffee. Don't worry.

Annie: No, it's -- today it's just coffee, and tomorrow it's a presentation I mess up.

Di: Here, here.

Annie: I had a life before Fusion, and I handled a lot worse than Greenlee. Get -- oh.

Di: Here you go.

Annie: I can't do this anymore. You know what? I can't. Maybe I should just leave Fusion. Maybe this isn't good for me.

Di: Hey, you're not leaving.

Annie: Well, what's making me stay?

Di: Me.

Annie: Oh.

Di: Babe. You know, Kendall, even. You know, a job that, that -- that you love, Annie. You know what? You just have to -- you have to draw the line and see if Greenlee steps over it.

Babe: You're not quitting.

Annie: Ok. You're right, I'm not. But is it too much to ask for one day to be Greenlee-free?

Di: She's not going anywhere, and neither are you.

Annie: It's like those stories you hear when the tribes sacrifice something to the volcano. Maybe I need to, you know, leave my job in order to save my marriage.

Di: You don't have to give up anything.

Babe: Volcano stories are just jokes, anyway. The volcano could still blow and scorch everyone.

Di: And lava's everywhere, no matter how many goats or virgins you give up.

Annie: My marriage could burn, no matter what I do.

Greenlee: You're breaking up with me? Your look -- hello? It's priceless. You need to be a couple to break up. We're not a couple.

Ryan: No, we're not --

Greenlee: Let me guess -- "Let's just be friends. I'll call you. It's not you, it's me."

Ryan: Yeah, um, Greenlee, you're finding your way back in Pine Valley, and I want you to know that I want nothing more for you than happiness, but I can't be with you. We can't talk, we can't hang out -- nothing.

Greenlee: You're still kidding, right?

Ryan: Look, you and Kendall are getting along now and -- and it's great, and I'm glad. and she will include you in Spike's life, but it's going to have to be without me.

Greenlee: How -- how -- how is that possible?

Ryan: We'll figure it out.

Greenlee: No, we can't do this without you. You're the reason I wanted to have a baby. You're the reason Spike exists. You're the reason I want to be in his life -- why Kendall is letting me.

Ryan: This is the way that it has to be, Greenlee. I can't be your friend, or anything else.

Greenlee: Ok, well, you know what? You're in the middle of this whether you like it or not. Because without you, it all falls apart. What, are you going to try and take it all away from me again?

Adam: You'd like to make some more money, wouldn't you?

Zach: Who wouldn't?

Adam: You're a smart man, a savvy businessman.

[Zach chuckles]

Zach: Let me go get some boots out of my car so I can wade through this stuff.

[Adam chuckles]

Adam: How about double or nothing?

Zach: Well, sometimes that's a good bet, but most of the time, the house takes all.

Adam: You extend the deadline, you enjoy a huge return on your investment.

Zach: Ahem. What'd you have in mind?

Adam: Say, a year.

Zach: No.

Adam: Huh. Not the risk taker I thought.

Zach: Sorry I disappoint you. I'll try harder next time.

Adam: Hmm.

Zach: I didn't kidnap Junior, and I didn't want him back. I have no use for your son.

Adam: Hmm. I know you'd love seeing him suffer. Love that. You have every reason to hate J.R. But whatever he did to your wife, he wasn't in his right mind. He wasn't himself. It wasn't personal.

Zach: Wasn't personal, huh?

Adam: No.

Zach: Not J.R.'s fault? Just like it's not your fault that he turned out to be an entitled sociopath. No one's fault at all.

Colby: Dad?

[Door closes]

Colby: Hey, there are guys out in our front yard videotaping our cars. Are we on a reality show or something?

Zach: Those are my men. They're cataloguing your collateral.

Adam: Is that really necessary?

Colby: Are you kidding? You're actually calling in this loan?

Zach: That, I am.

Colby: How sick is that? My brother just got kidnapped, and my dad had to make a deal. He was desperate. I mean, don't you get it? He was trying to keep our family together. He was trying to save his son.

Zach: Honey, your father and I have a business arrangement. That's all your daddy understands -- business. Nothing personal, right, Adam?

Adam: Hmm.

J.R.: You got to excuse my cousin. She's a little on the upset side lately.

Amanda: I'm sorry. I didn't mean to get all sad eyes on you.

Pilot: I have to say, I was intrigued by your call, Mr. Chandler. I'm always looking for new opportunities.

J.R.: Well, you come well recommended.

Pilot: I believe in discretion for all my clients. If this is a bad time, we can reschedule.

Amanda: No.

J.R.: Oh, no, no. No, thank you for coming. I can only imagine the wicked jet lag you have from traveling so much.

Pilot: It's an occupational hazard.

J.R.: Yeah. Where have you been recently?

Pilot: Well, I love Southeast Asia, and I was just there, and Bora Bora.

J.R.: Yeah. Wow, wow. And these are, like, last-minute trips?

Pilot: Some yes, some no.

Amanda: Do you take a co-pilot or anything?

Pilot: That depends on the trip.

J.R.: And are you available anytime?

Pilot: As my schedule allows.

J.R.: Looks like you just got back from vacation.

Amanda: You have some really great color.

Pilot: Working.

J.R.: Now, if I wanted to take my girlfriend, I mean, somewhere way off the map, where would I go this time of year? What's the best place?

Pilot: What's this really about?

Amanda: It's about the man I love. I just want him back.

[Amanda continues to fake-sob]

Erica: How did one date lead to your remarrying?

Jack: Oh, no, sweetheart -- sweetheart -- no, no, no, I didn't mean to imply that I would be remarrying anytime soon. No, no, no, I just -- I feel like I have to be honest with you, especially now, seeing you like this. You know? I mean, I feel like I can't keep anything from you.

Erica: Well, I would hope not.

Jack: Oh -- I will wake up every morning, and I will miss you. I will look around the home we tried to create, and I will know that I could never fill the abyss that you have left behind. I will just somehow -- somehow try and figure out how to go on without you.

Erica: Well, I'm right here, Jack.

Jack: But I can't do this. This, I can't do. I can't watch you go from this radiant, vibrant woman to what --

[Jack sighs]

Jack: I can't do it, Erica. I can't visit you anymore. I have to say good-bye. Good-bye.

Erica: Don't do it, Jack Montgomery. Do not walk out that door.

Babe: Everyone needs a place to vent, to scream, pull their hair out. We won't tell.

Annie: You guys shouldn't have to listen to me.

Di: But we will.

Annie: Ok. I hate her. I hate Greenlee.

[Babe chuckles]

Di: All right, you know what, Annie? Yeah, go ahead, freak out all you need to right now, because when Greenlee gets here, you got to buck up, little soldier. You can't have any doubts around Greenlee.

Babe: You're a strong woman. You protected your daughter, didn't you?

Annie: You have no idea.

Di: Well, you're still that same tough woman. You know? And she wouldn't have quit Fusion. She wouldn't have let Greenlee have any piece of her.

Annie: You're right. You're right. I'm not giving Greenlee an inch.

Di: That's what I'm talking about.

Annie: But I am sick of talking. Only action from here on out. I can't control Ryan, only he can.

Babe: Right.

Annie: But I can control me and my actions, and I will figure out a way to deal with Greenlee.

Babe: I've been in Ryan's position with -- with someone who won't give up.

Di: Yeah, that's not the best example, I don't think.

Babe: Actually, it is, because I was in an unhappy marriage, and I was selfish, and I made mistakes. But that's not Ryan. He loves you, and he's committed, and he's happy. You have nothing to worry about.

Annie: Thank you, Babe. The thing is, I'm not worried about Ryan cheating. I know he wouldn't break his vows. My problem is that Greenlee is a part of his life that he hasn't quite let go of yet. I mean, she's a part of his -- his day. She's a part of his world.

Babe: Have you told him to walk away from Greenlee?

Annie: I can't. He's not a child. And I won't treat him or our marriage like that. Plus, if I have to make Ryan give up Greenlee, then it's already too late.

Ryan: My wife and my kids are my top priority, if I haven't --

Greenlee: You know, I heard that part, Ryan.

Ryan: It's just that I can't have anybody interfere with my family.

Greenlee: So, um -- how exactly am I a threat to your family?

Ryan: You're everywhere, Greenlee. And it has to stop.

Greenlee: And what exactly constitutes a threat? Standing this close to you? Or this close? Do I have to bolt out the door if you come and visit Annie at Fusion? If you call the office and I answer the phone? "Hello, Fusion, this is Greenlee? Oh, Ryan? Click."

Ryan: Don't be ridiculous.

Greenlee: Well, I'm just trying to figure out the rules here. I mean, is there a time limit on our innocent conversation, or has that been outlawed completely? But here's the big question, Ryan. Is this really about me being near you? Or is it about you being near me? Because if we pass each other on the street, and we don't say a word, how are you going to stop yourself from looking at me the way that you do?

Ryan: That's enough, Greenlee.

Greenlee: I've seen it, Ryan. I've seen that look -- ever since I jumped on the back of your motorcycle. And Annie has seen it, too. This isn't about me, Ryan. This is about you. This is about you and how you still want me.

Ryan: Don't -- don't make me say it, Greenlee. Don't make me hurt you.

Greenlee: You've already done that.

Ryan: I just -- I don't want this to be any harder for you.

Greenlee: Harder for me or harder for you?

Ryan: Ok, I'll say it one more time, Greenlee. I don't want you. And I don't want to marry you, I don't want to date you. And if I have to choose between a friendship with you and -- and my marriage, I choose my wife.

Greenlee: Look, Annie just doesn't trust you yet, so --

Ryan: No -- no, no, no. This isn't about trust.

Greenlee: So then, um, all that talk about family -- guess it really didn't include me after all.

Ryan: Hey, I came here out of respect for our past and -- and what I owe you. It's just that we can't -- we can't be together, we can't talk.

Greenlee: This is so -- this is so over-the-top. Did I throw myself on you? Did -- did I rip off my clothes and seduce you? Did -- did I tie you to a bed? Am I kissing you? No. No, no, no.

Ryan: Greenlee, we're done. We're done.

Greenlee: I lost my husband. I didn't know I was going to have to say good-bye to my friend, too.

Annie: Yeah, we are glad to have Greenlee back, too. Ok, I'll tell her you called.

Babe: Maybe you should take an hour.

Di: Yeah. You know what, go -- go find Ryan, deal with what's happened.

Annie: I love him, I do. And I know he loves me.

Babe: Then you're going to figure it out. Just don't push him away.

Annie: Am I maybe making too much of this? I mean, maybe it's that whole newlywed territorial thing. Maybe I just need to relax, right?

Di: Right, yeah, exactly. Ryan loves you.

Babe: Yes. Greenlee is his past and you are his future.

Di: Once -- once Greenlee gets rejected, you know she's going to lay off. Her ego can't handle it.

Annie: Yeah. Maybe Greenlee will back off, if she doesn't get a new reason to hang on.

[Music plays]

Amanda: I wanted a prenup and he didn't, and he left me.

J.R.: And I think that she's better off without him.

Amanda: Look, the real deal is we were both jerks, and I don't care about a stupid prenup, ok? I just want him back.

Pilot: I've only flown a couple of solo men in the last two weeks.

J.R.: Was one of them Asian?

Pilot: I thought you didn't like the guy.

Amanda: Uh -- he just wants me to be happy.

Singer: I would wait on you

Pilot: Are you testing my discretion?

J.R.: All right, you know what? Let's just --

Amanda: Look, I could really use a refill. Do you want anything?

Singer: With a kiss

Amanda: Look, I'm really sorry about my cousin. I'm not trying to trick anyone.

Singer: How could you throw it all away?

Amanda: Have you ever missed someone? Have you ever gotten lonely? God, I get so lonely.

Pilot: That's a shame.

Amanda: It is, isn't it?

Pilot: I tell you what -- when you get over the ex, you give me a call. Other than that, I never discuss clients -- ever.

J.R.: What do you know about Zach Slater?

Pilot: Hey, your cousin already tried. She failed.

J.R.: You know, you're hot when you lie?

Amanda: Oh.

Singer: I forgot those words that pass this way

Aidan: Do you have any kind of idea what game you're playing?

Singer: Tell the truth

Erica: I have no tolerance for games, Jack, and you know that, and I was not on my deathbed and we both know that.

Jack: I had no idea.

Erica: I had a case of exhaustion. I never said that I was dying.

Jack: No, no, no -- no more tricks. No more games, ok? No more of this nonsense. I will not be strung along -- I want you to tell me if you want me or not, and I want you to do it right now or I'm walking right out that door.

Erica: Oh, cut it out. Will you please stop the grandstanding? You didn't let me finish. It's a silly question -- because of course, I want you. Anybody can see that, with or without the cameras. The real question is, what are you going to do about it?

[Door closes]

J.R.: What's with the car out front?

Colby: You really want my prom dress and my family photos?

Zach: Leave the girl's stuff alone. Come on, Webster.

J.R.: What is this all about?

Adam: The Bank of Slater is taking inventory.

Zach: Hi, Junior.

J.R.: Colby, take your stuff up to your room and stay there.

Colby: I'm not going anywhere.

Adam: Sweetheart, please. Please. I don't want you to see this.

Colby: I love you, Dad.

J.R.: I got a lead on that ransom, but I got to handle it alone.

Adam: Whatever you need.

J.R.: Buy me some time. That's what I need.

Adam: Yeah.

Zach: You know, maybe it was a little damp in that basement. But your father and I understand something that you obviously don't -- ransom money is very rarely recovered, so you need to calm down and just accept reality.

J.R.: Reality? What do you know about reality?

Adam: It was worth every dime to get you home.

Zach: See? That's what I'm talking about. Give yourself a break. No one's blaming you for losing the Chandler fortune. Why would they?

Erica: If you want to leave, go ahead. You said you wanted to hear it. You heard it from me. I said I love you, and I want you. Still, you're going to walk away.

Jack: You put this in motion.

Erica: Well, I hope you remember this. When you look back on this moment, I hope that it keeps you warm in our bed -- the moment you won, the moment you broke me, because it will never happen again. How proud you must be, how -- how happy this must make you.

[Instead of leaving, Jack locks the door]

Jack: You're not broken. You're Erica Kane. You can't be broken, you can't be tamed or trained. And I pity the fool that would even try. You don't back down from anybody, you don't take orders from anybody. That fire is why I fell in love with you, that fight. That's why I never stopped. It's you, Erica. You won. You always do.

[Erica laughs and kisses Jack]

Greenlee: I -- I thought after that night at our -- at yours and Annie's place, after you invited me into your family, I -- I thought things were better.

Ryan: Some were. Some not.

Greenlee: Well, Kendall and I are almost there. I held your baby. I held him.

Ryan: I know. And I'm glad. But you and me aren't working.

Greenlee: But remember when Kendall asked you to cut me out of your life and -- and you wouldn't do it?

Ryan: This is my decision, Greenlee. This is mine, and I would really appreciate it if you left Annie out of it.

Greenlee: Ok. Ok. Annie and I are done.

Ryan: Thank you.

Greenlee: So, uh, what -- what do we say now? "Good-bye"? Um -- "have a nice life"? Why does this feel like forever?

Ryan: We were close. We just can't be close anymore, that's it.

Greenlee: Yeah, that's it, that's it. I have to go.

Annie: I got your text. What are you doing down here? It's not even open yet.

Ryan: I just wanted to talk about last night -- you know, about everything that we said.

Annie: Maybe we should.

Ryan: I know we kind of got lost a little bit this morning getting Emma ready and out of the house, but I think it's important. I think we have to deal with it. Annie? Are you listening?

Annie: Two cups of coffee, lipstick. You were Greenlee's big, important meeting. Oh. That's why she was looking at me like she knew something I didn't -- because she was right.

[Surf crashes as Greenlee sits on the beach]

Greenlee: I took the risk, Leo. One, two, three -- jump. And I crashed. Bit it bigtime. So now what should I do? With you, I had no choice, but -- well, now, I have a choice. I can't do this again. Oh, where is fate when you need her? If I lose Ryan, I lose everything, and I can't -- not now, not ever.

[Shutter clicks on the nurse's cell phone as she takes a picture of Jack and Erica kissing through the window blinds]

Jack: Whew.

[Jack stops kissing Erica long enough to go close the blinds]

Erica: Was this your plan all along? All this talk about remarrying?

Jack: Was it your plan to lay in that bed, make me worry about losing you?

Erica: Oh, don't talk to me anymore. Just make love to me, Jack.

Jack: Oh, my God -- how much did I miss you?

Erica: Technically, you came to me.

Jack: Shut up and kiss me.

Aidan: You're not after this Seamus guy for some coin.

Amanda: Why does it matter?

Aidan: The fact that J.R. is involved should be more than enough reason for you to run.

Amanda: I know what I'm doing. Back off.

Aidan: Back off? Trust me, you don't want me to back off, Amanda. Listen, either this Seamus Wong guy sold your coin, or he's come into some serious bank. Because he's paid his mum's mortgage off in full, plus all of his student loans. So it looks like your man has found something to do with his money.

[After Aidan walks away, Amanda mumbles to herself]

Amanda: It's not his money.

[In the Chandler Mansion's living room, Zach looks at his watch then turns to Adam and J.R.]

Zach: Welcome to my new home.

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

Jack (to Erica): We found our way back to each other, and now you're telling me the show must go on?

Greenlee (to Josh and Kendall): Have you ever met two people more perfect for each other?

Tad (to J.R.): Tell me you didn't fake your own kidnapping.

Zach (to Adam): You think you can win your company back in a card game?

Adam (to Zach): Man enough to take me on?

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