AMC Transcript Monday 7/2/07

All My Children Transcript Monday 7/2/07


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Kendall: Hey. Where you been all day?

Annie: Walking.

Kendall: "Walking"? Well, that's good -- healthy. What, you hoof it to Philly and back? You've been gone for hours. Annie, what's wrong?

Annie: What do you think is wrong?

Greenlee: You wanted to see me?

Kendall: Yeah. Got any plans tonight?

Greenlee: Well, my social life is not what it used to be.

Kendall: Well, how about dinner? My treat.

Greenlee: Yeah, I'd love to.

J.R.: So, do you like your new race car sheets upstairs? That's so you can zoom off to dream land. Don't you wish you could stay at Daddy's house? Me, too. Winifred's drawing you a bath upstairs. I'm going to come read you a bedtime story as soon as you're done. Ok?

Little Adam: Ok.

J.R.: Ok. Go on.

Tad: J.R.? I just got a call from a friend of mine who's with the FBI. He told me about the kidnapping. Are you ok? Amanda? What the hell's going on? What happened? Why didn't you tell me?

J.R.: It's complicated.

Tad: I've got time.

J.R.: In a nutshell, my dad had to use everything to get me back -- his fortune, his home. In fact, the house that you're standing in belongs to Zach Slater.

[Music plays]

Man: Mr. Slater, we have a VIP who wants to raise the bet limit of baccarat.

Zach: Why is that?

Man: He says with a five-grand max, he'll never win back his money.

Singer: Touch the sky

Jack: Hmm.

Erica: And they say being in the hospital is no fun.

Jack: Oh, but it is, it is, especially when you get to play doctor.

Erica: Hmm, hmm.

Jack: Are you all set to go?

Erica and Jack: Hmm.

Erica: Ok.

Jack: Hmm. Against my better judgment.

[Erica chuckles]

Jack: Do you have any idea how much I missed you? Whew.

Erica: Hmm, show me again, Doctor.

Jack: Oh, I will. Mm-hmm.

Erica: Show me again.

Pam: Good Lord! Get your lips off of her, now!

Zach: Mr. Chandler.

Adam: Hmm.

Zach: I think you took the wrong turn. Nickel slots are outside.

Adam: No, I know where I am -- and why. I'm here for my son and my grandson, to reclaim their legacy.

Zach: Hmm.

Adam: Whatever it takes.

Zach: You think you're going to win your company back in a card game?

Adam: Hmm. Well, not unless you're -- not if you're too chicken to raise the stakes.

Zach: You've been on a losing streak lately.

Adam: No, I have a hunch that my luck's about to change. Of all the events in here, baccarat has the lowest house edge. But a $5,000 limit? That's child's play. Why don't you make it 50,000?

Zach: Sure, whatever. You don't have that kind of cash.

Adam: Oh, well, even before you foreclosed on all my assets, you had a video crew cataloguing everything I owned. Now, surely you made an appraisal.

Zach: Yep. Who'd have thought all that junk is worth so much?

Adam: All that junk and the rest of your spoils is worth a lot more than the -- the principal and interest you're owed, so I think I deserve a refund.

Zach: Adam, Adam, Adam. You want some money, I'll give you some money.

Adam: Ha, I'm good. So, now, I have some money, I have a croupier. What I need is an opponent -- hmm. Where could I find -- would you be man enough to take me on?

Zach: Get a new shoe, please.

Adam: Should I check the cards?

Zach: Why would you do that, Adam? You don't think I'd cheat you, do you?

Adam: Nah.

J.R.: The kidnappers were demanding $100 million. My dad couldn't raise the funds, so he asked Slater for a loan. He had to put everything up for collateral.

Tad: And now that the ransom's gone, I guess the collateral took off with the kidnappers.

J.R.: Yep. And Slater collects.

Tad: Well, I guess you finally found out underneath all that hot air and attitude, your pop does have a heart, huh? I've always known how much he loved his son.

J.R.: I wouldn't go putting him into sainthood just yet. Before the kidnapping, my father was working with Slater to rip Chandler Enterprises out from under me.

Tad: Wait a minute. Your father had -- had two deals going with Zach?

J.R.: Yeah -- genius, right? My father wanted to take me down so badly, he asked for that jerk's help for a hostile takeover, and in return, he was going to get a minority ownership of the company.

Tad: Oh. Let's get back to the kidnapping for a second. You have absolutely no idea who's behind it?

J.R.: It doesn't matter anymore, it's over.

Tad: Obviously, it's not. I guess the important thing is that you and Amanda are ok.

J.R.: No, the important thing is, is that this family took a hit. We lost everything -- we lost the house, we lost the money! Little Adam's birthright -- it's all gone!

Tad: I'm sorry, J.R.

J.R.: But you got to hand my dad credit. When he wants something, he goes all out. But going to Slater for help? I mean, once was -- was insane. I mean, but -- but twice? I mean, I don't know what the hell he was thinking! You know, when somebody is in a crisis situation, you just don't call out audibles. And you certainly don't step outside of the family! This wasn't supposed to -- it wasn't supposed to happen like that.

Tad: How was it supposed to happen?

Ryan: Just finished putting Emma down. I was trying to get ahold of you all day.

Annie: I turned my phone off.

Ryan: I found a solution, and I'd like to discuss it. In fact, I think we should discuss it.

Annie: Not now. I cannot talk about her now.

Ryan: Why?

Annie: What is there to say, Ryan? What do you want me to say? I just -- I need -- I need time, how much time I don't know. I don't know, I don't know, I don't know.

Ryan: Is this only about Greenlee or is there something else going on here?

Emma: Mommy and Daddy, why are you fighting?

Kendall: I thought maybe we would talk about what's going on with you and Ryan and Annie.

Greenlee: There's nothing going on. And even if there was, I mean, I wouldn't even have time for it. All my mental energy right now is focused on one thing -- Fusion.

Kendall: Right. Ok, come on -- Greenlee? You know damn well every single bit of your mental energy is focused on Ryan.

Greenlee: Ok, there is no Ryan. Not in my universe, anyway. He laid down the law. I'm not allowed to talk to him, be near him, have anything to do with him. As far as Ryan's concerned, I no longer exist.

Jack: Excuse us, Pam, but this is a private room.

Pam: I have put in 25 hours a day, eight days a week to take your ratings to the stratosphere. I did not work my adorable little booty off so you two can blow it all now.

Erica: Pam --

Pam: "This" will kill "The New Divorce." You have to keep it on the down-low.

Jack: Actually, Pam, I was thinking maybe we could take this show in a different direction, like me telling the world I'm still madly in love with this gorgeous woman.

Erica: Oh, Pam, it's true. Jack and I have decided to stay married.

Pam: You can't do this. Our ratings are through the roof. Stop now and your next episode will rank just below public access reruns of city council meetings.

Jack: Actually, you know what, Pam? I actually think there's a large portion of Erica's audience that would like to see us get back together.

Erica: They sure would, Pam.

Pam: Me, too, but not yet. Story arc, people -- build up suspense. I want viewers on the edge of their seats until the day your divorce is supposed to become final.

Jack: You can't be serious.

Pam: We -- you have potential for a dozen more episodes, with record ratings. That means ad dollars, lots of them, but not if you take the exit ramp into happy land.

Jack: All right, little miss exit to happy land, Erica and I are not going to keep up this charade just to keep your advertisers happy.

Pam: I'm not asking you to drag this out forever -- just a couple more weeks -- a tiff here, a spat there, then an Emmy-worth reunion finale.

Erica: Would that be so bad?

Pam: It'll be fabulous. You're ready to wring her neck, you can't stand the sight of his face. Just when we think all hope is lost, a friendly dinner, wine, candlelight -- oh, oh, they're playing your song. Bam -- hot sex, afterglow, Erica and Jackson in love, cue music, roll credits. The audience goes nuts, and Pam gets a big, fat raise.

Erica: Huh.

Jack: My God, you're actually thinking of doing this.

Ryan: You ok? Yeah? Let's get you back to bed -- come on. Let's go back to bed. Oh!

Emma: Kiss goodnight first.

Ryan: Ok.

Emma: No -- Mommy and Daddy kiss good night.

Annie: That cannot happen again.

Ryan: Whew.

Annie: I don't want our daughter waking up to the sound of fighting, to not feel safe in her own home.

Ryan: Agreed.

Annie: Whatever's going on with us, we have to find a way to deal with it so it doesn't touch Emma -- ever.

Ryan: That's what I was trying to tell you, is that I found a way. It's taken care of. Greenlee's handled.

Annie: First, I find you and Greenlee playing fun in the sun at the Yacht Club, and then you meet her at ConFusion this morning for coffee?

Ryan: You're right -- I did meet Greenlee this morning. I met her to tell her in no uncertain terms that she and I are done.

Annie: What does that mean?

Ryan: It means that she's out of our lives -- not friends or family, anything. She's gone. It's like when I gave you this sand and I told you that sometimes things are going to get a little bit tough and when they do, we have to hold on to each other, to what we have even tighter. I was wrong about letting Greenlee this close. I was wrong. I had to choose just one woman, one wife, one love. I chose you.

Annie: I told you I didn't want to share my husband anymore. And you have done everything I've asked, and I really appreciate that. But Greenlee's not gone.

Ryan: As far as our life goes, she is.

Annie: No, no, no, no. She is here right now. She's -- she's in the words that we speak, she's in the air between us. Wherever we are, she is. That's the way it's always going to be.

Greenlee: I'm officially out of Ryan's orbit.

Kendall: Just like that?

Greenlee: He told me to get out of his life, and it wasn't a request. And apparently, it wasn't even an ultimatum from Annie like the one you gave Ryan a few years back.

Kendall: So that's it?

Greenlee: You know, we should -- we should try to incorporate flowers into Fusion Green -- you know, have products that reflect the seasons and --

Kendall: All right -- all right. Yeah. Maybe we can do some tulips for the springtime and maybe some sunflowers for the summer.

Greenlee: Ok. Let's file it away for after the concept launch.

Kendall: Ok. Ok, you know, we have tons of work to do if we want to wow the entire cosmetics industry.

Greenlee: Our marketing campaign's going to be everything. I mean, if people don't know what Fusion Green is about, we're done.

Kendall: Well, Annie's on it. What?

Greenlee: It's just that -- the first time I saw Annie at Fusion, she doesn't fit in. She's just -- she's not one of us.

Kendall: You haven't even given her a chance yet.

Greenlee: But Fusion Green is going to make or break this company. We can't afford to find out in the middle of the campaign that Annie doesn't have the chops.

Kendall: Greenlee, she's done nothing but top-quality work since she started.

Greenlee: Every time she shows up, the creativity, the energy -- it just drains from the room. When she's gone, we find the Fusion scent. I mean, is that a coincidence? No.

Kendall: You're being harsh.

Greenlee: Look, if Annie wants to work, she can work -- just not at Fusion. It's bad enough she already has Ryan -- did she need to stick her nose into my company, too?

Kendall: She didn't stick her nose anywhere. I hired her.

Greenlee: Because she was Ryan's wife. If her last name wasn't Lavery, her application would've ended up straight in the trash.

Kendall: If you're trying to get me to side with you and kick Annie out of Fusion, I won't do it, Greenlee. She's already proven herself.

Greenlee: I see. So, what, then -- you're on their side?

Kendall: All right. Who did I ask to dinner? You. Why -- because I care about you. Annie is not my best friend -- she never will be. Now, you don't have to love her, you don't even have to like her. Just try to co-exist with her -- if not, for Fusion at least.

Greenlee: So, what -- group hugs and bonding before each staff meeting?

Kendall: Yeah, because that is just exactly how I work. Just tell me how I can help you.

Greenlee: Well, you could start by believing that I'm not the bad guy. I mean, yes, I came to Pine Valley because I wanted Ryan to be in my future, but, look, it decimated as soon as I found out he's in love with someone else.

Kendall: Well, you didn't exactly make the most graceful entrance.

Greenlee: Well, he didn't help, either. I mean, if Ryan is so crazy about Annie, if he's so committed to Annie, why did he kiss me? Why did he kiss me?

Kendall: Ryan kissed you? When?

Greenlee: Right before he told me to get out of his life. Doesn't matter now -- I mean, he's made his position clear.

Kendall: Well, are you going to respect his position?

Greenlee: I don't know. But your help means a lot.

Kendall: Look. It's my favorite brother, Josh. Come, brother. Let's -- let's play catch-up.

Josh: Thanks for the offer, but I was actually going to get a bite to go.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah? No, no, no. I think you should stay with us. Come on and, you know, hang out with Greenlee, get to know your neighbor a little better. I mean, you guys do live next to each other. You share the same building, so who knows when you may need to borrow a cup of sugar?

Ryan: I've done everything that I could think of to make sure that Greenlee isn't a problem for us, but, I mean, if there's something that you think I haven't done, just --

Annie: No.

Ryan: Tell me. If there's something you want to ask me, then --

Annie: No, Ryan, Ryan, I'm -- I'm tired and dizzy of going around and around in circles on this topic.

Ryan: Try -- that's all I ask.

Annie: You want a question, here's a question. Before our wedding, Kendall went to the extremes to keep Greenlee from you. What if Greenlee had gotten to you? What if she had found you and told you that she wanted you back? Would you have wanted to marry me? Not -- not out of obligation and not out of your love for Emma, but because I was the woman you wanted to be with till death do us part?

Erica: I also now feel an obligation to my fans.

Jack: Well, lucky them.

Erica: Jack, you don't want them to feel ripped off. I mean, they've been waiting for this as much as I have.

Jack: Sweetheart, we found our way back to each other, finally. And now you're telling me that the show must go on?

Erica: Jack, do this, please? For me?

Singer: You've got all the answers for the questions that I have

Croupier: Banker eight, player six. Banker wins.

Zach: You sure you want to do this?

Adam: What's the matter, Slater? You feeling guilty about taking even more of my money?

Zach: You know what? That hurts me. The criminals that kidnapped your son took your money. I gave you a short-term loan to get him back.

Adam: Yeah. You control Chandler Enterprises now, the company that I built from nothing. So maybe you can understand why I have deception on my mind?

Croupier: Banker five, player zero. Player draws a card. A nine. Player wins.

Zach: Would you look at that? Back to square one.

Singer: I'm losing all my feelings

Tad: He gave up everything he had to get you back. You're alive.

J.R.: But my father was told what to do. He blew it. The kidnappers had specific instructions.

Tad: And he, obviously, followed them, which is why you're alive. You honestly have no idea who's behind this?

J.R.: The Russian mob? I don't know.

Tad: The Russian mob? What, so you honestly think this guy -- what's his name, Seamus Wong? -- is connected? Sounds like somebody who crossed a leprechaun with a fortune cookie. He doesn't come across as too "do svidanya" to me.

J.R.: Huh-huh. Aidan -- he told you Amanda was looking for Seamus Wong.

Tad: And he also told me that you were just as desperate to find this guy as Amanda was, that you both questioned that pilot.

J.R.: Look, Seamus Wong was my right-hand man at Chandler. He's disappeared off the face of the earth. Of course, I want to find him!

Tad: So I assume you've already spoken to the FBI about him?

J.R.: You came here to check on me? I'm fine. You can go.

Tad: J.R., what are you -- don't get all twitchy. I mean, look, I'm a professional. This is what I do, right? I'm just trying to help.

J.R.: It's too late to help. My father's ruined, my son's legacy is ruined. Slater took it all.

Tad: J.R.? Aidan also told me that this guy Wong came into $150,000 before you were ever kidnapped. My guess is that money came from whoever set it up. I mean, he's not the head guy. Seems like all a reasonable person would have to do is follow that money, and it would take everybody right to who is ever behind this whole thing. Tell me that money didn't come from you. Tell me you didn't fake your own kidnapping. Oh, God, J.R.

J.R.: Look, my father and I went through hell. Instead of pointing fingers, you should be happy that I'm not dead.

Tad: I'm not stupid. Don't make it worse.

J.R.: No, those guys that kidnapped me -- they were gorillas. They beat the crap out of me. If you don't believe me, why don't you look at the --

Tad: What about Amanda? Did she get hurt because of you? Or was she in on this from the beginning?

J.R.: Amanda and I were thrown down in that basement for days! Now, if there was any way that I could get out -- any way -- I would have taken it!

Tad: I believe you.

J.R.: Good.

Tad: I believe you were scared to death. Because your little scheme to torture your father went wrong, horribly wrong. Oh, sure, you set it up as a fake, but somebody took it seriously. Very seriously. And I'll bet when you realized that fact -- that you realized that anything could happen, that you'd been had -- I'll bet you were terrified.

J.R.: My son's waiting for me.

Tad: J.R., if you don't want to tell me the truth about what happened, that's fine. I can live with that. But you sure as hell better tell Adam.

Adam: Yes, yes. You're a gaming man. But I know more about Chandler Enterprises than anybody else on the face of the earth. Now, I would think you would want to at least keep me on as a consultant, or offer me a seat on the board, hmm? I'd hate to see you run my business into the ground, Slater.

Zach: No, I agree with you, but I'm -- I'm sorry. I'm in business with Junior now. He's the only one with stock in the company.

Adam: Yeah you wouldn't own a Chandler paperweight if it wasn't for me. I brought you into the deal, and you stabbed me in the back. J.R. would be your boss right now if you hadn't bought all those shares that I advised you to buy.

Zach: Yeah. I did thank you for that.

Adam: Yeah. Yeah.

Croupier: Banker eight, player six.

Zach: You lose.

Ryan: Greenlee asked me the exact same question. She actually hit me with a whole bunch of "what ifs," and you know what I said to her? I told her that none of that mattered, because I love you now. My life is with you and Emma and Spike. That is my family, and she cannot touch it. She had me arrested for bigamy at our wedding, and later that night, I came home, and we weren't legally married.

Annie: Do we really need to take this walk down memory lane?

Ryan: No, what I'm saying is the next day, I took you away to make sure that we were -- that we were married once and for all.

Annie: Yeah, and Greenlee tagged along for that, too.

Ryan: Do you remember what I told you? Do you remember what I told you the morning of our wedding? Because I saw you before the ceremony, and you were all worked up? You thought maybe that meant it was bad luck?

Annie: Apparently, I was right.

Ryan: I told you that we were already married in our hearts, and that nothing bad could ever touch us.

Annie: It took so long. I had so many -- so many years and doubts. I had to convince myself that it was right.

Ryan: What was right?

Annie: Marrying you.

Ryan: Are you thinking of backing out?

Annie: No, no, no! See, this is exactly why I didn't want to talk now. Nothing -- nothing's coming out the -- the way I want it to. I just -- I don't -- I don't want you to think that I think -- damn -- it's --

Ryan: No, no, wait, it's --

Annie: No, please, please, just stay away.

Ryan: Ok.

Ryan: If I could take you and Emma away right now, away from all of this, I would do it in a second if there was no Spike.

Annie: But we would never ask you to choose between us and Spike.

Ryan: No, I -- I know that. I'm just saying that I would do anything in my power to make you happy, anything.

Annie: Even move us to the other side of the world?

Ryan: I would move you to another galaxy.

Annie: So -- essentially, we need to move to another planet to really be rid of Greenlee?

Ryan: No, I -- we're already rid of Greenlee.

Annie: Then why would you need to move us a million miles away?

Ryan: I wasn't saying -- look, this -- this isn't very productive right now.

Annie: See? Because there is no answer.

Kendall: You know, I never realized until right now how much you two have in common.

Josh: Is that right?

Greenlee: Like what?

Kendall: Well, you're both single, and you both live in the same building.

Josh: Yeah, you mentioned that already. Anything else? You know, while my sister thinks about that for a while, allow me to tell you a little bit about myself.

Greenlee: Please.

Josh: Well, Kendall did say that I'm single. That's true. My last relationship was -- well, it was a little complicated.

Greenlee: Mine, too.

Josh: Yeah, well -- have you ever -- have you ever wanted to be with someone so bad, you just -- you can't think straight?

Greenlee: Totally.

Josh: You just -- you want to be with that person all the time. Night and day, day and night. People start to think you're a little --

[Josh whistles]

Kendall: Ok, yeah -- hey, have you guys seen any good movies lately? There's --

Greenlee: I know exactly what you're talking about.

Josh: Yeah? That place where you just can't get this person out of your head, no matter what.

Greenlee: Been there --

Josh: Normally, I wouldn't bring this up in mixed company. But since we're obviously on the same wavelength -- there was this beautiful woman in this kiddie pool --

Kendall: Ok, he's done talking now -- done.

Josh: I'll spare you the details. The point is, I was obsessed. I mean, we're talking padded walls, men-in-white-suits time.

Greenlee: With Ryan, basket case.

Josh: I was certifiable.

Greenlee: Ok -- have you ever met two people more perfect for each other?

Pam: An audience of millions holds its breath until the very last minute when you burst into the courtroom, tell the judge to tear up the divorce papers -- you're still in love. Think of the hope you'd be giving to other couples.

Jack: Translation -- think of the ratings.

Pam: Exactly.

Erica: Jack -- if you do this for me -- if you play out this show as if we are still at odds, as if we are still getting the divorce, I will tell the world that I was the one who didn't want the divorce. I will admit, on air at least, that I was the one who caved, that I gave in. That you were right, and I was wrong.

Jack: Do you actually mean that?

Erica: Yes, of course, I do. I absolutely mean that.

Pam: Hallelujah. Now, this producer has to go produce an exit strategy for Mr. and Mrs. Smoochy Face. Back doors and separate cars. Stay here. And do not -- let me repeat -- do not let anyone see you kissing.

Erica: We made the right choice, right? I mean, of course, this is the right choice for -- for the show, but for us, too. Because -- well, we do still have some issues that we need to work out, and so maybe this will give us time to do that. You are going to go along with this?

Jack: On one condition. I get script approval.

[Jack and Erica kiss]

Zach: You're up 600 grand.

Adam: Yes, I noticed.

Zach: Another 99 million and a time machine, and you'd be golden.

Adam: Nope, I'm cashing out. I'm tired of this game.

Zach: That's very smart. Quit while you're ahead.

Adam: No, I'm not quitting. No, no, the first step in taking back what is rightfully mine. I think you set me up, Slater. Hmm? I think you loaned me that ransom money just so you could turn me around and bleed me dry. Matter of fact, I -- I even think you kidnapped my son.

J.R.: I didn't fake my own kidnapping.

Tad: Let me throw out a hypothetical, ok? Just for the sake of argument. Just listen. Now, you know ordinarily, I'd be turning pirouettes in the street if I found out that Adam finally got it in the neck. That life, just for karma's sake, gave him the kind of hit that he deserves. But if I found out that that hit came from somebody he loves -- somebody that I also happen to love -- I'd be really concerned about the kind of guilt that person must be feeling right now. J.R., that kind of guilt -- it'll tear a person up inside. Push him over the edge. Or worse.

J.R.: Yeah, thanks. I'm fine. I love you, too. My father's the one that's got the problems.

Tad: Don't you want the money back?

[Knock on door]

Jack: Hmm.

Erica: Oh, my God, it is so good to be home.

Jack: You know it, sister.

[Door opens]

Pam: Ahem. We're toast. My inside source just faxed this over. It's next week's cover. Our audience is going to die when they see this.

Erica: They're not going to see it.

Zach: The way you and Junior operate, I didn't have to kidnap anybody. I saw an opportunity, and I took it.

Adam: Really? Interesting. Um --

Zach: I don't accept tips.

Adam: No, that's a month's rent on the mansion. My family's been through enough without being thrown out of their house. I need time to seek new accommodations.

Zach: Fair enough. I know what family means to you.

Tad: Look, you are never going to see dime one of your legacy ever again unless you come clean with your father.

J.R.: Yeah, yeah -- thank you for the tip.

Tad: I'm not saying it's going to be easy, J.R. Matter of fact, when Adam finds out you can be as big a son of a bitch as he can be, it's bound to get ugly. But it's the only way to go. Look, you guys have got to have it out, without all the scheming and the backstabbing and the lies. It's been a long time coming. And not for nothing, but if you're in hock to a guy like Zach Slater, good luck. Because when it comes to looking out for number one, they don't come any better.

J.R.: I'm not afraid of Slater.

Tad: You should be. If you and Adam aren't pulling together on this one, you're never going to trip him up. He's always going to be one step ahead.

J.R.: Yeah? Don't bet on it.

Tad: Your father already has. He's already owned up to his part -- about working with Slater to get you booted out of Chandler. It's time for you to own up to your part in this mess. It's the only way. You have to tell him. Hypothetically speaking, of course. If you need any help, you know who to call. J.R., happy birthday, a day early.

[Music plays]

Greenlee: It's so nice having a downstairs neighbor.

Kendall: No, sit down so we can eat. Please, stop! Oh! Ok, I'm going to lose my -- my food here. Can I -- please, stop.

[Josh laughs]

Kendall: Sit down. Sit! In your chair.

Josh: Fine.

Kendall: Ok. Come on, I'm -- I'm trying to eat here.

Singer: Dancing in the midst of life

Ryan: I can't undo the past. The best that I can do is keep it at arm's length. I guess I need longer arms.

Annie: I'm not looking for someone to blame. It's just -- I'm going to bed. Good night, Ryan. No, I -- I need to be alone tonight.

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

Kendall: Don't tell me what Annie wants to hear or what Greenlee wants to hear. Tell me how you really feel about Greenlee now.

J.R.: I staged the kidnapping.

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