AMC Transcript Friday 8/3/07

All My Children Transcript Friday 8/3/07


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Ava: What's up, bro? Get your hands off me.

Derek: It's ok, Ava. This is Officer Collins.

Ava: I don't see his badge anywhere.

Derek: Well, you're about to take down a bigtime drug dealer. You want to advertise there are police watching?

Ava: Well, what are we supposed to do? He changed the location of the meeting and the time.

Derek: Well, we have to modify the plan before you two meet up.

Ava: What do you mean, "modify"?

Derek: Do you think you can get what we need from this guy without him getting too close?

Ava: "Too close"? I'm sorry, I don't get this at all.

Derek: Well, since the party moved from the boathouse to the shoreline, my colleagues and I lost our front-row seats, so since we can't wire a public beach, we have to wire you instead.

Ava: Is this a joke?

Derek: No joke. And if you go through with this, your number one priority is to make sure that Lenny keeps his hands to himself.

[Greenlee sits on the beach and writes]

Greenlee's voice: "Kendall, I want you to know this isn't about excuses or trying to make things right. I know I can't fix what I've done -- ever, especially not in a letter, but I had to do something, find some way to tell you how sorry I am."

Greenlee: I am so, so sorry.

Ryan: So I hung the hoop up in -- in your room at home, right above your crib. It's awesome. It comes with these soft little balls in different colors. There's a -- there's a red ball, there's blue, green, yellow -- actually, the same exact colors that are on this block right here, same as this right here and soft like this, too. It's going to be great. You can just lie back in your crib, and you can just shoot free throw after free throw after free throw.

Joe: Hmm. I'm afraid your son won't be leaving today, Ryan.

Kendall: I need to be two people, ok? But I can't be. Spike needs me and Ian needs me, and I'm not enough. I can't help them, Zach. I can't help my babies, and I don't know what to do.

Zach: Shh. Ok. It's ok. Come on.

Kendall: No, no, no, it's not ok, it's not ok.

Zach: Calm down. I think your brother had a good idea. Let's go for a walk --

Kendall: No --

Zach: Get some fresh air.

Kendall: Are you listening to me? I can't leave them, I cannot leave my sons.

Zach: Ian is with Josh, Spike's with Ryan. They're in good hands.

Kendall: No, I'm not going to go, I can't go. I can't.

Zach: Your sons needs you.

Kendall: That's what I'm saying, that's my point, exactly. They need their mothers, my sons need me.

Zach: Not like this. Not like this.

Greenlee's voice: "My life's been about you and Ryan for so long, even while I was away. But if I could just remember who I was way back when, maybe I'd actually recognize myself now, because the girl I see in the mirror lately -- she's a stranger, Kendall. And I finally get why everyone wants her gone. I've made every mistake in the book since I've come back, caused a ton of heartache. I know that. I hate that. But how -- how can I leave like this? I have to at least try and make things right. I'd like to still think that I matter to you somehow, somewhere, but maybe I'm wrong. Maybe I'm not as important as I think I am."

[Greenlee crumples the piece of paper and throws it aside]

Greenlee: What am I doing? She doesn't care.

Kendall: This -- this isn't right, Zach. Take me back.

Zach: We just got here. Hospital's right there.

Kendall: How can I sit here and enjoy sunshine and chirping birds when Spike and Ian are in the hospital in those stuffy rooms listening to chirping heart monitors?

Zach: You're worried sick for your boys. I'm worried, too. And I'm worried about their mom. So let me do this, ok?

Kendall: This isn't going to help me.

Zach: You're recovering from surgery, stressed beyond belief, but you know what? If you don't air out your brain for five minutes, won't do any good to either one of those boys.

Kendall: I hate this. I hate that this happened. I hate that I can't be with them every single second of every single day, and I hate that there's not a damn thing I can do about it.

Zach: Well, nothing went according to plan. Ian decided to come a little early, and it could've been a disaster, but it wasn't. Babe and you got him there in time, and he's alive, stable. And Spike -- he's on the mend, you know? We got a lot of things to be thankful for.

Kendall: But -- I -- I don't know what to do for them. I -- I -- there's nothing I can do.

Zach: What are you talking about? You do all kinds of things for these boys -- I mean, think about it. Yours was the first face that Spike saw when he woke up. Don't underestimate that.

Kendall: I want to be the first face that he sees every time he wakes up.

Zach: I know. You're doing the best you can under the circumstances. It won't be this way forever.

Kendall: Another day is too long, Zach. They're babies. They're hurt and they're scared and they need their mom 24/7.

Zach: Kendall, come on --

Kendall: No, listen to me. I said -- I swore -- that I would not be a mother unless I could do it right. This is not right, Zach. I -- I want to do good, I want to be a good mom to my boys, but I feel like the cards are stacked against me. What if I'm not enough?

Ryan: Is -- is Spike all right?

Joe: Well, let's see. Hematocrit's steady, fever down, no more internal bleeding. Infection clearing up. If he keeps improving like this, we're not going to have to remove his spleen.

Ryan: Huh. Oh, do you hear that, little Spike?

Joe: However, I still --

Ryan: We're going to be able to pound that hoop even sooner than you thought.

Joe: Well, in any case, I -- I still meant it when I said that you can't pack his bags just quite yet.

Ryan: Well, what -- what do you mean? I mean, you said he's getting better, that he's doing well.

Joe: Well, "better" -- I know, yeah, better, but that's not full recovery and that's what we're after, because the little fellow can't tell us how he's feeling, we have to keep on monitoring him very closely.

Ryan: All right, but the odds are that there's nothing seriously wrong with him and --

Joe: Well, I don't know what the odds are. I just know that we take incidents of head trauma very seriously, especially in infants.

Ryan: So, what does that mean for Spike?

Joe: Oh, regular CT scans which will help us rule out any real threats. But in general, we just want to keep him relaxed and still as possible for the time being. I mean, I know you're anxious to get him home -- I am, too.

Ryan: But I just want him healthy.

Joe: Yeah. Best way to bring that about.

Ryan: So, you know, about how much longer?

Joe: Well, if all goes well -- and it seems to be -- I'd say we're looking at a week, which should give you time to recover.

Ryan: Me?

Joe: You. You're exhausted, big guy. We want to do something about that.

Ryan: I'm fine.

Joe: Yeah.

Ryan: I'm --

Annie: Hi.

Ryan: Hey.

Annie: Bad time?

Joe: No, no, no, no. Actually -- come in, please. I'm glad to have the backup. I've been insisting that your husband try and get some much-needed rest.

Annie: Hmm. You took the words right out of my mouth, Dr. Martin.

Ryan: Ok, all right, you two. I am not tired.

Joe: No, no -- rest, uninterrupted sleep.

[Spike fusses]

Joe: I think he's about ready to take a nap. Why don't you take advantage of that and get away for a while, huh, please?

Ryan: All right, thank you.

Joe: Ok.

Ryan: Thanks.

Joe: Bye.

Annie: I brought something that might help distract you.

[Through the window, Ryan mouths the words, "I love you" at Emma standing in the hall]

Ava: This is suicide, man. Forget it.

[Wire beeps]

Derek: Ava, it's going to be fine.

Ava: No, no, it's not. I -- I've seen "Donnie Brasco." I know what happened to people who wear these things, ok? No, thank you.

Jack: I got here as fast as I could.

Ava: Why -- why is he here? Why does he have to be here? You're not a cop.

Jack: Because if it weren't for me, you wouldn't be here, Ava. That's why.

Ava: Oh, and I'm supposed to thank you for that? Well, thank you. Did you know about this? They want me to wear one of these things.

Jack: No, no, I just heard. I guess it's because of the change of location, right? That's the only way they feel that they can catch this guy.

Ava: Well, then, let's not catch him, ok? I mean, I love my sister and everything, but what's worse -- having Lily find out that I framed Sean or being shot in the head by Lenny after he finds out I was taping our conversation?

Derek: No one's going to shoot you, Ava.

Jack: If you're the least bit uncomfortable about this, please say so.

Derek: Look, the building we're parked behind is right across from the beach. We'll hear every word between you. If we sense you're in any danger, we'll be on Lenny like a flash.

Man: If this is happening, we need to do it now. We need to test the equipment before the decoy can approach the suspect.

Woman: Make sure whatever you do, the guy doesn't pat you down.

Ava: Ok, excuse me -- I never said I was going to wear this thing.

Jack: Ok, ok, ok -- look, this girl is doing us a favor. Show her a little respect -- how about it?

Derek: Look, I let you come here as an observer because it was your idea, Jack, but observation is as far as it goes. When it comes to my team, you don't have any authority.

Jack: Ok. Sorry, Derek, sorry, team. She's awfully nervous, and I don't think this extra pressure is helping her one little bit.

Derek: Ok, look, if you don't think you can hack this, pull out now. I mean it.

Ava: I never said I couldn't hack this. I just think it's not worth the risk.

Jack: And that's understandable because for you, this is about clearing Sean's name, protecting your sister, keeping her in the dark. But for the police, this is about taking a major dealer off the street.

Derek: You don't know how many cases we get every year, kids dead from drugs. Now, I've been trying to put this guy away for a long time, so either you're 100% onboard or we call it a day right now.

Ava: What the hell.

Jack: There's still time to change your mind, Ava.

[Wire beeps]

Ava: No, it's fine -- ahem. I've done way scarier things than this in Philly, and when you think about it, it's actually kind of minor league.

[Phone rings]

Jack: Sean, what is it? I can't talk to you about that right now. Yeah -- yes, I'm working on it. I can't go into details, all right? Sean, goodbye.

Derek: Turn it off, Jack.


Jack: I'd love to, Derek, but right now, my family's in a state of emergency, so --

Derek: I'm sorry to hear that, but if you want to stay in this van, the phone goes. Thank you.

Jack: Why did this guy have to change the location? We were set up in the other place.

Ava: That's actually what I want to know, too. Do you think that maybe Lenny's on to us? Do you think that he's setting me up for becoming a narc? Do you think maybe I'm the one walking into a trap?

Ryan: Wow.

Emma: Open your eyes.

Ryan: Oh.

[Ryan gasps]

Annie: Oh --

Ryan: Wow! Wait a minute -- I thought we were still in the hospital. You must be magic.

Emma: We're still in the hospital.

[Annie laughs]

Ryan: We are? I don't understand. I don't -- I don't recognize it.

Annie: Well, Emma knew that you wouldn't want to leave Spike, so she planned a picnic in the hospital. Didn't you?

Ryan: You did? When did you get so smart, huh? When did she get so smart? Did she have a little bit of help from her mom?

Annie: Hmm -- this much.

Ryan: Yeah? About that much -- is that right?

Annie: And -- show him. Oh -- oh, and this is for Spike.

Ryan: Are you serious?

Annie: Wow.

Ryan: This -- this is honestly the best one that you've ever, ever drawn. This is so beautiful. You know what I'm going to do is I'm going to hang this up right next to the other ones that you made for Spike. Is that a good idea?

Emma: Can I hang it?

Ryan: Oh. I don't -- I don't think so, honey.

Emma: Why not?

Ryan: Because it's still a little bit too early for you to visit your brother.

Emma: Is Spike ever going to come home?

Kendall: I am beyond grateful that Spike and Ian seem to be getting better. But until Joe tells me that they completely healed and ready to get out of that hospital and go home, then I'm going to worry.

Zach: Now you're just looking for trouble.

Kendall: No, look, that's -- that's where my mind goes. And what if -- what if something happens to Spike while I'm with Ian? Or what if something happens to Ian while I'm with Spike? What if Spike's accident left him traumatized for life? Or what if Ian dies? And we have to get him one of those tiny little grave markers?

Zach: Stop.

Kendall: The kind that makes you sick every time you walk past them?

Zach: Just stop it, please.

Kendall: I mean, what if he dies, Zach? What if we have to bury our son? God -- Ethan. I'm sorry, Zach.

Zach: I buried one son already. I'm not going to bury another.

[Wire beep]

Jack: Are you sure this is safe, sending her out there?

Derek: Your idea -- do I think your idea is safe? Yes, Jack, I do. Otherwise, I wouldn't have agreed to it.

Jack: What's this dealer's name?

Ava: It's Lenny.

Jack: Does he have a history of violence, anything on record?

Derek: Physical violence, no, but he is a two-time loser, and this bust could put him away for life.

Jack: Oh, good -- so he'll be really desperate. I don't like this.

Ava: Jack, chill out. I can totally handle this.

Jack: Really? Tell me something, Ava -- do you always jump 10 feet when a telephone rings?

Ava: Well, no, but the way I see it, if he wanted to start trouble, he wouldn't have moved our meeting to a public beach in broad daylight, so hopefully he just wants to make a quick score and go.

Jack: And five minutes ago, you were ready to walk right out that door and go home.

Derek: Are we doing this or not?

Ava: Yeah, we're going to do this.

Derek: Ok. You do as I say, and it'll be over in a few minutes.

Ava: Ok, so I just he to make the transaction, right?

Jack: No, no. What you need to do is have him say what drug he's selling you and how much it costs. You do that before you take possession -- now, you got it?

Derek: Now, after you've made the transaction, stay on the beach, let Lenny leave before you. Either Jack or I will come and get you.

Ava: Ok.

Jack: That means you don't move until we show up. All right, Ava?

Ava: Ok. But there won't be any pictures or anything, right, like in court or in the papers, because my Fusion boss says no bad publicity.

Derek: No pictures. These bills are marked in case you're envisioning yourself in Burberry plaid. I have a daughter your age. Now, if you feel any sense of danger, the code word is "impossible."

Ava: Like this whole thing is impossible? Joking.

Derek: Ready?

Ava: Yep.

Jack: I really don't like this.

Lenny: Damn.

Ava: Hey, man. Sorry I'm late.

Lenny: Yeah, I was starting to take it personal.

Ava: Well, why did you change everything on me at the last minute?

Lenny: I figured, you know, I'd surprise you. You're a girl who likes surprises, right?

Ryan: So I told Spike about all the beautiful artwork you've been making to decorate his room at home and for the big homecoming, and he just cannot wait to see it.

Emma: Why did Spike get sick?

Ryan: Well, um, it was an accident.

Emma: When Kathy's mom went to the hospital, she went to live in heaven. Does Spike want to live in heaven?

Ryan: No. No, honey, Spike wants to live with his mommy and daddy and his stepmom and his stepdad, and his little brother. But you know who he wants to live with most of all -- his big sister, Emma. I know that for a fact.

Annie: Mm-hmm. He misses you so much, sweetheart, but the -- the nurses and the doctors are working really hard to get him better so he can come home to us soon.

Emma: I know why Spike is getting better -- it's not the doctors.

Ryan: Huh. It's not, huh? Well, then why is it?

Emma: Because God listens to my prayers.

Ryan: He sure does.

[Greenlee sneaks into Spike's hospital room as he lies in his crib alone]

Emma: That's a pretty color.

Ryan: Thank you. I stole it from Mommy.

[Annie gasps]

Annie: I heard that -- give it back.

Ryan: Oh, no, no, not really.

Annie: Give it back, give it back, give it back.

Emma: I went outside the lines.

Ryan: You did? But I love it when you do that. I think that looks great.

Annie: Yeah. Very abstract. I wish I could color the way you do.

Emma: Ready?

Ryan: Well -- you hold on a second. I got a couple of little -- little details here I have to finish up.

Annie: All right.

Ryan: Ok, and --

Annie: Here we go.

Ryan: Voila.

Annie: Oh.

[Annie laughs]

Greenlee: You know, Spikey, I never meant to hurt you or scare you or make you cry or make you call for your mom. I know how much you need her, how much you love her. I love her, too. You know, there was a time where I couldn't even wake up in the morning without her, I loved her that much. I loved your daddy that much, too. But it turns out that we have a different idea of love. Mine isn't as popular. Maybe because it makes me run away and hide and crash perfect weddings and file obnoxious lawsuits. Steal innocent babies. I hope that someday you know everything that your mom did for me and all the sacrifices she was willing to make. That's why losing her is so hard -- because I will never have a friend like Kendall again. I hope that someday she lets me tell her how sorry I am, and your daddy, too. And that they'll really listen and really believe me. But for now, you're the only one I can talk to. And if I have to apologize to anyone, it's you, Spike. I'm so sorry. I am so incredibly sorry.

Kendall: I'm so sorry, Zach. How could I forget about Ethan?

Zach: Ahem. You have two small children in trouble, so you're imagining the worst scenario. Don't do that.

Kendall: I don't want to be a downer. I -- I want to believe that everything will be ok.

Zach: Well, then believe it. You know what? Preparing yourself for the worst won't make it hurt any less if it does happen, so you may as well prepare yourself for the best. Our boys have been getting better from the time they got to the hospital. Think about it -- you know, we gave them to the ICU and they said they didn't know if they could help Ian unless he made it through the first hour. You did that. And then, they said they didn't know what his chances were going to be until he made it through the first day -- he did that. He's here, he's alive. And Spike, man, he -- he survived the accident, he survived the surgery, and now he's -- he's awake, he's alert, playing with toys. Our boys have already beat the odds, and they're going to continue to keep doing just that.

Kendall: I'm sorry, Mr. Rah-rah, but where is my husband? The man that I know and love is just as pessimistic as I am.

Zach: Whoa, easy. He's cynical, not pessimistic -- very different.

Kendall: Hmm.

Zach: Roll with that.

[Kendall chuckles]

Zach: See, that's nice -- that smile. Hold on to that. It gives the boys hope. The way we're going, Ian's going to be out of that warmer and Spike's going to be home, blink of an eye.

Kendall: Home? No, I can't take Spike home. There's no way that I can leave Ian.

Lenny: What's wrong?

Ava: Nothing wrong -- what are you talking about?

Lenny: Well, you don't seem as friendly as the last time.

Ava: Well, that was then, this is now. So, are we going to do this? Show me what you have.

Lenny: Thought you wanted the usual.

Ava: I'm open to suggestions.

Lenny: Huh -- whose money are you spending?

Ava: A good friend's, and he wants what I want, so give me my options.

Lenny: Well, you tell me. You want something to relax, forget about your problems, or you want something to dance to?

Ava: Um -- relax, I guess. Which one does that?

Lenny: Hmm.

Jack: Just give her the name of the drug -- she's getting flustered.

Derek: Don't break now, Ava. Stay on him.

Ava: So, come on, Lenny -- which drug is best?

Lenny: Well, you know, I've always been fond of Elaine, but her price has gone up since she last danced, so you sure you can afford her?

Ava: How much?

Lenny: Now, that's a serious load you're carrying. What's with you going all bigtime on me, Ava?

Ava: Look, do you want to ask questions or do you want to do this?

Lenny: I want to know what the deal is with you, girl, because there's something different about you today.

Ava: You want to know what's different about me today? I'm sitting here on a beach holding a wad of cash trying not to attract attention while I buy drugs, ok?

Lenny: There's nobody looking.

Ava: Lenny, come on. Just hook me up, take the money, and go.

Lenny: Well, you're in some kind of hurry, huh?

Ava: And you're getting on my nerves. What's the holdup? I mean, don't you have anything? I want to see what you have.

Lenny: You know, I don't think I like rich Ava. You get your hands on some money and then all of a sudden you think you can rush me, you can talk down to me?

Ava: I'm not, ok? I'm not. I just want to get this over with.

Lenny: Well, you used to like having me around -- remember? It was you who shoved your tongue down my throat at the boathouse, right?

Ava: Oh, come on, you were there. You saw that guy on my back. I had to do something to get him off and that was the perfect way.

Lenny: Oh. I feel so hurt, so used. Lucky for you, I actually liked it. I mean, is there anybody else around you want to tick off because -- nah -- I'm not doing anything right now.

Ava: Yes, you are, Lenny. Give me what I came for. You know what I want.

Lenny: The question is, what do I want?

Jack: He's playing with her now.

Derek: I've got nothing, Jack, not a damn thing.

Ava: Is this happening or not?

Lenny: Depends on what "this" is.

Ava: This deal. I showed you my money, and I'm still waiting to hear from you what the hell I'm going to get for it. Do you want this money or not?

Jack: So why won't he answer her?

Derek: She hasn't used the code word yet.

Jack: Oh, come on, Derek. What the hell is going on out there?

Lenny: Sun's really beating down, isn't it?

Ava: You know, it's not bothering me.

Lenny: Oh, you know what? I think it is. I think you'd feel a lot better if you cooled off some.

Ava: Are you going to show me what you brought or aren't you?

Lenny: Why don't you take off that little pretty shirt of yours and show me what you got first?

Lenny: I'm waiting.

Kendall: I'm not ready.

Zach: Well, get ready. I'll call the house, get the nursery done, and stock it up, you know?

Kendall: No, no, no, Zach, not -- not the nursery. I'm not ready for Ian. He wasn't even supposed to be here yet. He was supposed to be inside of me, growing and getting used to my voice and learning how to love me. You know, we were getting into this little rhythm actually. I would talk to him and I would sing to him. Then he would kick me once if he loved something or twice if he hated it. And now that he's here, I'm practically a stranger to him.

Zach: What are you talking about?

Kendall: I can't breastfeed him. I can't kiss him, I can't even hold him.

Zach: He knows who you are, he knows your voice, your smell, and your touch.

Kendall: Yeah, but I want to give him so much more.

Zach: Oh, honey. You've given these two boys the most incredible, timeless gift -- you've given them your spirit. That's what got them through -- strength to fight and stay alive.

Kendall: Yeah, but I only have one shot at this, Zach -- one. I don't want to mess things up for them.

Zach: You're an incredible mother to these boys -- so lucky to have you.

[Kendall chuckles]

Kendall: What? Me? Me -- ok. You're the one who's, like, all levelheaded here and -- and staying calm. I'm the one who's freaking out.

Zach: Mm-hmm. Then when I freak out, you can be levelheaded.

Kendall: Oh, yeah.

Zach: Could happen. We're here. We're the best chance they have. So we love each other, we love them. We're strong. So let's do this, ok?

Kendall: Ok. Let's go see our boys.

Greenlee: You were there, Spike. You know what happened. You know that I tried to make it right, that I was bringing you back to your mom. God. I never meant for it to be like this. I know you won't remember what happened between us in the car before we went off the road. You won't even remember me coming to see you today, but somewhere deep inside, you're going to know the truth because you saw it, you felt it. You'll be the only one out there who really, truly knows. Do you know that they want me to leave town? They think I'm the sole reason that their lives aren't perfect. I know I haven't been easy, but I'm not taking credit for all of their misery. You know they -- they would probably never say it out loud, but they missed me while I was gone, and they would miss me again, because Ryan and Kendall and I, we just -- we have this connection that -- that'll never die. And I guarantee that even if they never let me back into their lives, if you keep your ears open, you'll hear my name.

Ryan: So, soon, you can tell Spike about all the amazing pictures you've been making him.

Annie: Yes -- just not today, sweetheart we have to wait here for Rachael. She's going to take you to the park while Mommy and Daddy show Spike all your new artwork, ok?

Ryan: But you know what? I have to tell you, honestly, that I had more fun today than I've had in -- I don't even remember how long.

Annie: Me, too.

Ryan: Yeah?

Emma: Me, three.

Ryan: Yeah? You sure?

[Annie chuckles]

Ryan: I wish I knew who to thank for today, though -- really.

Annie: Hmm.

Ryan: You know? Should I thank Mommy?

Annie: Thanks, Emma.

Ryan: Really? Because I was thinking of thanking myself -- you know, thank me.

Annie: No!

Ryan: Really -- no?

Annie and Emma: No!

Ryan: No? Ok.

Annie: Silly.

Ryan: All right -- thank you, Mommy.

Annie: Aw.

Ryan: Thank you. Thank you, Princess Emmaline.

Annie: Is Daddy being silly?

Ryan: Thank you, thank you.

Annie: He's being silly.

Ryan: You know I love you?

Emma: He's being really silly.

Annie: And you're ticklish --

Ryan: You're silly.

Emma: Oh, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Annie: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Ryan: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Emma: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Annie: Look at this. Look at this. Tioh

Emma: Yeah, yeah, yeah, ah.

Ryan: Sometimes I go like that.

Emma: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah.

Ava: What do you think I am -- a freakin' hooker? Get serious and quit drooling.

Lenny: Oh, I am serious. Show me what you got in there.

Ava: Knock it off, Lenny.

Lenny: Oh, you think I'm buying the shy act now, do you, huh?

Ava: I'm going to scream. I'll scream so loud, I swear. Will you -- what are you doing, you freak?

Lenny: I'm making sure you're not wired, because if you are, you made a serious mistake, Ava.

Derek: Get ready to move.

Greenlee: Look, Kendall --

Kendall: Get the hell away from my son. Don't you touch my son! Stay the hell away from him!

Greenlee: I just -- I -- oh! I'm so sorry.

Kendall: Stay away from him!

[Zach notices that Spike doesn't react to a loud noise]

Zach: Kendall?

Greenlee: I'm sorry.

Zach: There's something wrong with Spike.

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

Lenny: Don't come any closer.

Derek: Toss out the gun and give me the girl, and we can talk.

Adam (to Erica): So you're Zach's guard dog now? Is that it?

Ryan (to Greenlee): It kills me that I trusted you.

Kendall (to Joe): There's bad news -- tells us what it is.

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