All My Children Transcript Monday 8/13/07
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Jack: Thank you.
Dr. Norton: Please, if you'd all sit down.
Kendall: You found the problem with Spike's hearing, right? How you can fix it?
Dr. Norton: That's what I'd like to discuss.
Joe: There is a great deal to talk about.
Zach: Come on.
Kendall: I -- I don't' need to sit.
Zach: Sit down.
Ryan: No, no, no. I'm ok. I'm ok. Come on, whatever it is, let's hear it, please.
Dr. Norton: I've run all the tests -- some twice.
Joe: In a case such as this, we want to be absolutely sure.
Dr. Norton: Along with the radiographic X-ray examination and the color MRI, thanks to Mr. Slater's generosity, we were also able to conduct electronic promontory testing, as well as test Spike's auditory steady-state response and his auditory brain-stem response. The results were consistent each time. The hearing deficit in both ears is extensive.
Kendall: "Extensive"? What does that mean?
Dr. Norton: Your son has suffered profound hearing loss in both ears. I'm sorry. He is deaf.
Ryan: Run the tests again.
Erica: There must be something --
Zach: If you say it's permanent, then --
[All talk at once]
Dr. Norton: Please, please, let me finish.
Kendall: See? See? I knew it, I knew it -- he's not really deaf.
Dr. Norton: Yes, he is deaf, but --
Ryan: You -- you guys are state-of-the-art as far as diagnosis, but there must be some sort of cutting-edge technology research going on, something like that?
Dr. Norton: The damage to your son's auditory function is permanent, but --
Kendall: No, no, no, no --
Ryan: Ok, Kendall, just let him finish, let him finish.
Dr. Norton: But deaf children with your son's diagnosis can hear again.
Dr. Norton: With an implant.
Kendall: Ok, see? I -- I told you -- he's not really deaf.
Zach: Honey, let him finish.
Kendall: No, my son is not deaf!
Zach: It'll be all right, we'll deal with what's ahead.
Kendall: No, I -- I want Spike out of here today. I -- I want to take him to specialists who can help him somewhere else. Somewhere in New York or Paris or Switzerland, where they can find him, and they can fix Spike.
Joe: Kendall, I'm sorry, but Spike's not ready to be discharged.
Kendall: What are -- what are we supposed to do? I'm supposed to leave him here and -- and watch while you guys do nothing? Just -- just watch my -- my son's conFusion day after day, wondering what the hell is wrong with him and wondering why he can't hear?
Josh: But he can, Kendall, with surgery -- a cochlear implant.
Ryan: Whoa -- hold -- I -- I've heard of those. I've heard of those, but Spike is so young. He's so -- he's so small.
Dr. Norton: Actually, the younger the child, the better the outcome.
Kendall: No, no, no, I am getting my son the hell out of here.
Ryan: Kendall, Spike is not strong enough to leave the hospital, you know that.
Kendall: Ok, all right, you know what? If they won't discharge him, we will carry him out of here ourselves. I will carry him.
Erica: Honey, Spike just needs a little more time to heal, and then we can discuss all --
Kendall: No, discussion is over, ok? Spike needs help. He needs help, and he can't get it in this hospital, all right? Now, we are wasting time to fix what is wrong with him.
Josh: Kendall, you heard what Dr. Norton said.
Erica: Yes, Dr. Norton said there is a surgery that can help Spike here.
Kendall: Ok, stop it, stop! All of you, please stop. Stop talking to me, ok? Stop trying to comfort me and give me advice. Stop telling me that we can sit back and watch Spike live with this. I can't. I can't. I won't, ok? Ok, Spike -- Spike will hear again, all right? Somewhere out there is a cure. I don't care -- I don't care what it costs, I don't care what it takes, but Spike's hearing loss will be cured, all right? Ok, we -- just that -- that it's not going to happen here, ok? We need to take him somewhere else, because you can't do anything else for him. So can we please just get Spike out of here? Please, can we take him?
Zach: It's not possible.
Kendall: Yes, it is. Zach, it's possible, ok? We make things possible -- that's the kind of people that we are, all right? We don't just sit back and watch, we make it work, and we make it happen. Please? Please, please, please, please do this for me, please?
Zach: Hey, hey, hey, I would do anything for you, but this could put Spike at risk.
Kendall: "At risk"? "At risk"? Zach, he's already -- he's more at risk here, he is broken! Do you understand me? My baby is broken, and they can't fix him, ok? Please, please, we need to do this for him, please help me.
Zach: We can't move him, he's not ready. It could hurt him. You don't want to do that. Calm down. Come on.
Jonathan: What can I do? What can I -- what -- I wish to God I could do something. What can I do? Ryan, what can I do, and I'll do it. Tell me -- tell me what I can do, and I'll do it. I'll do anything, it's done.
Ryan: I knew -- I knew that the odds were against us. But I -- I just thought that -- I -- I hoped, I -- I believed. I honestly, truly believed that this time that Spike would be --
Jack: Look, why don't we take a few minutes, huh?
Erica: Oh, no. No, I don't think so.
Jack: I think it's important for us, ok? We need to just take some time away from this -- even if it's just a few moments -- away from all of this.
Erica: Jack, there will never be "away from all this." Kendall's son is deaf.
Jack: I know that, Erica. I know -- I know that.
Erica: And I understand exactly how she feels. She will not accept the fact that her little boy has to go through life being -- being different in any way.
Jack: All I was suggesting is that we talk about what's happening. Honey, at the very least, we've always been able to talk, huh?
Josh: Damn it. As soon as you get this message, you call me. Don't do anything, don't even breathe until you talk to me.
Annie: He will help Spike. We all will. And whatever you and Kendall and Zach decide, I'm here for you.
Ryan: My son had to fight to get into this world. He had to fight to stay. He had to fight to survive the car crash, the surgery, the infection. I just thought that, um -- I just thought this time my son would catch a break.
Greenlee: Hi. I'm Bianca Montgomery. I'm Spike Lavery's aunt, Kendall Slater's sister. Um, they're expecting me?
Nurse: Well, Mrs. Slater's in a conference with the doctors.
Greenlee: Ok, um, I -- I just really need to see them. Um, I love my sister and her little boy, and -- please?
Nurse: Well, you know, apparently, there's been a problem with visitors, and so the family has asked to limit them.
Greenlee: But I am family. I'm as family as it gets. Is there a list? Could you check? I'm sure I'm on it. Um, it's Bianca Montgomery. I live in Paris. They don't know that I'm here -- it's a surprise. I just -- I couldn't stay away with everything they've been going through, so --
Nurse: Ah -- here you are -- "Bianca Montgomery."
Nurse: Typo -- sorry about that.
Greenlee: No --
Nurse: Your sister's in the conference room.
Greenlee: Ok. I'll go find her. Thank you.
Josh: Hey -- what are you doing here? I just left you a message.
Greenlee: And I left you, what, seven? Eight?
Josh: Greenlee, you should not be here right now.
Greenlee: Josh, you couldn't call me back -- once? You promised you would keep me posted on Spike. Give me some news. How is he? What's going on? Is he better, is he going to be getting out of here?
Josh: Yeah, well, I wish I could tell you some good news.
Greenlee: Is it true?
Josh: There are people who can help.
Greenlee: "Help"? Help with what? What -- what exactly are we talking about?
Josh: He's deaf, all right? Spike is permanently deaf.
Ava: Do you really think I could be a movie star?
Man: The biggest. The face of Fusion -- that's just the start. We pump up the layouts, get you some airtime, a few guest appearances --
Ava: Like on talk shows?
Man: Yeah, why not? Then you hit the club circuit, we grease some paparazzi palms -- boom -- Ava Benton, the new "it" girl.
Ava: And movie star.
Man: It could happen.
Ava: What is this?
Man: This is how you make all your dreams come true.
Ava: But I think I've already signed something like this.
Man: You sign with me, people are going to be saying, "Lindsay who?"
Colby: Look at her work -- unbelievable.
Krystal: Yeah. Fifteen minutes of fame -- she thinks it's worth it -- hmm.
Colby: And you agree?
Krystal: No, not now. But, you know, when I was her age --
Colby: Please, tell me you were not like her.
Krystal: Oh, come on, Colby, she did help Sean get out of a jam.
Colby: Yeah, you know, it's cool that she cleared Sean's record, but she's the one who framed him in the first place with those drugs. And the whole thing with the drug dealer -- J.R. was a true hero, and Ava's making it sound like she was some kind of superstar.
Krystal: Yeah. Well, she'll learn -- too much attention too soon, too fast can get you a whole mess of trouble.
Man: So here's what we do. We're going to fly you out to L.A., do lunch --
Ava: Oh, my God, could we go to The Ivy -- I heard that's where Paris always eats.
Man: Whatever you want, because it's all going to be yours.
Ava: Oh, my -- movies? Can you really make that happen?
Man: Eventually -- if you leave all the business to me.
Ava: Ok, well, I don't want to do any of those crappy, like, artsy indie movies, I want to do blockbusters.
Man: Uh-huh. You ever think about being a Bond girl?
Man: I mean, with that face, those legs -- come on! I mean, the camera loves you! I've seen those Fusion ads.
Ava: Do you think those ads will get me on the red carpet?
Man: No -- this will.
Zach: Hey --
Kendall: No, I -- I want to see Spike. Zach, I have to see him, please.
Zach: He's still out from the anesthesia.
Kendall: Ok, listen to me. There are some doctors -- and I'm not talking about Dr. Norton -- but there are some doctors that -- they always have the easy way out. You know what I mean -- like -- like surgery is the only way?
Zach: All right, we'll get other opinions.
Kendall: I'm his mother, ok? I would know. If sething was wrong -- really, really wrong with him, I would know.
Ryan: "Good catch." "Great arm." Those are things that I never heard from my dad that I really wanted Spike to hear from me.
Annie: And he will.
Ryan: Maybe. I mean, do you think -- do you think that this implant could really work?
Annie: From what the doctors said -- and Joe seemed to agree.
Ryan: Yeah, but Kendall seems so sure that there's, you know, other things that we could be doing. Do you think there's other things? I just want to make sure that we're doing the right thing.
Annie: Ryan, Ryan, Ryan, you just got some really heavy news. You don't have to make any decisions today.
Ryan: I know, I know. I know, and I know I should be grateful. And I know that I should be grateful that he's here, and I know that I should send a thank-you and everything, but I can't. I just -- I have so much anger -- at Greenlee, at me, at God.
Annie: I know. I know. But in the meantime, you know, there are other ways you can communicate --
Ryan: Who cares, Annie? My son is deaf! He is deaf!
Ryan: I'm sorry. I'm sorry. I know that you're just trying to help, and I know you're just trying to make things better -- I know that. I think I just need to stay angry for a little while, ok?
Kendall: Zach -- listen to me, ok? I never, ever dreamed of having chubby baby arms reach up to me, or having some kid call me "Mommy." I never dreamed of that. Do you remember when I was pregnant with Spike? For months, I didn't think about holding him or -- or kissing him or singing to him. And then somewhere, somehow along the way -- I don't know how it happened -- I fell for him. I fell deeply -- deeply, passionately, madly in love with my son. I -- I talked to him, for God's sakes. I talked to him, and he talked back to me -- I mean, he fluttered, actually -- and I called him "Spike." When I called him "Spike," he had this little flutter, and -- and I knew he liked it -- that meant two baby thumbs up. I told him that I loved him every single day over and over again, and I know he heard me. I know he heard me. I'm going to keep telling him that over and over. I will keep telling him that, and I know -- I know that someday soon my son will hear me again. He will.
Greenlee: Well, it -- it can't be permanent, it -- it can't.
Josh: There is another option.
Greenlee: What do you mean?
Josh: It's called a cochlear implant -- they make an incision in the back of the head and they insert --
Greenlee: Oh, my God. No.
Josh: Listen, it's not as bad as it sounds.
Greenlee: Cutting a little boy's head open -- no. No, no, no, no, , there has to be another way.
Josh: Hey --
Greenlee: No, I -- I'm sure I can do something.
Josh: Listen, this is where I say "You've done enough," and I get you out of here.
Greenlee: No, Josh, no. I have to go see Spike, I have to help him, and Kendall -- I have to see her. I have to help Kendall.
Josh: Greenlee, you need to leave.
Greenlee: Ok, I know it sounds crazy, but I just have this feeling that if I see Kendall, I can make her understand how much I love Spike.
Josh: Do you realize if anyone else heard this but me, you'd be in a straitjacket right now?
Greenlee: But I can't do nothing. I have to make this right!
Josh: Listen, you go crashing in there right now, it's not going to do any good, all right? Kendall is a wreck. So is -- so is Ryan, so is -- so is Annie and Zach. All right, you go blowing in there right now -- I don't care how sorry you are or how much you want to help -- all hell will break loose, and that is the last thing anyone needs right now, including you.
Greenlee: But I got to make this right, I got to make this right.
Jonathan: Get her out of here. You get her out of here right now, or I drag her out myself.
Erica: Uh -- you said you wanted to talk. There's nothing new to say, is there? And now there's just this horrible silence.
Jack: Well, I think we've meant too much to each other for too long to let it go at that.
Erica: Jack, we've done loud, we've done top-of-our-lungs loud. But this time -- what if -- I mean, we're each going in such different directions. I'm doing what I need to do, and I know you're doing what you need to do, but somehow this time -- maybe it's not going to bring us back together. Maybe this time it's really pushing us apart. And what if this time there really is no more "us"?
Jack: I don't believe that could ever happen.
Erica: Jack, you're standing by your daughter when she's ripped my family apart.
Jack: You keep saying that. You keep saying "your family," Erica. This is my family, too, and I am as devastated by this as you are. I just happen to believe -- no, I -- I know that we can get through this nightmare as a family.
Erica: Jack, people do wake up from nightmares. But Spike can never wake up from this.
Jonathan: Why didn't you just stay gone, huh? My nephew -- a child, Greenlee, a baby child is deaf because of you.
Josh: Ok, back off, Jonathan.
Jonathan: Your sister can barely put one foot in front of the other right now because of this trash right here, and you're going to hold her hand through this?
Josh: It's none of your business.
Jonathan: What the hell are you doing here? Do you -- do you get some kind of perverse pleasure out of watching all of this?
Josh: That's enough, Jon.
Jonathan: You know what I recommend to you? I recommend that you turn around, and you start walking, and you don't stop until you hit the next state, because nobody wants you here -- not now, not ever.
Josh: Listen, do you realize how hard this is on her, too?
Jonathan: "How hard this is --" are you defending her? Oh, wow. Spike's life's never going to be the same, Josh, and you know that. Ian can't breathe or eat without tubes and machines coming out of him. Children, Josh. Innocent, little baby children, whose lives are wrecked because of her. How can you do this to your sister?
Josh: You know what? I am 100% on my sister's side.
Jonathan: Yeah? Not from where I'm standing, you're not. Because you defend your family. You don't support the enemy!
Josh: Yeah, well, you don't condemn them to hell, either.
Jonathan: Well, it works.
Kendall: Hey, sweet boy. Hey, honey. Mama's right here, ok? I'm right here.
Joe: Ok, let's move him. Excuse us. Thank you. Yeah.
Kendall: He's so still.
Joe: The anesthesia won't wear off for sometime. This would be an excellent time for all of you to get some rest, food, fresh air.
Ryan: I'm not going anywhere, Joe.
Kendall: No, neither am I.
Joe: It's going to be several hours.
Kendall: No, I -- I need to be the first one that he sees when he opens his eyes.
Zach: Let's sit down for a while, come on.
Kendall: No, I -- I might fall asleep.
Joe: Not a bad idea.
Annie: Well, we'll wake you.
Kendall: No -- Spike needs to know. He needs to know, ok? I've let him down before.
Ryan: Kendall, that's not true.
Kendall: No, I need -- I need to see his eyes when he opens them, ok? I need to hold his hand, and I need to kiss him and let him know that everything will be ok. I don't know how I'm going to tell him yet, but -- whew -- but he will know that he is safe and loved. So don't tell me to take a nap, ok, or close my eyes or go for a walk -- I'm not going anywhere.
Zach: But you haven't eaten, you haven't slept. Let's just get out of here for a minute.
Kendall: No, I'm not going anywhere, ok, I'm not.
Joe: Ok, I'll -- I'll check back in later on.
Zach: Ok, thank you. Hey -- Spike needs you, no doubt about that -- and Ian needs you, and I need you -- so you got to take care of yourself. And I know you always put other people first, but you got to keep up your strength.
Kendall: Zach -- Zach, listen to me, I'm doing the best I can, ok? I am doing -- this is the best that I can do.
Zach: Yes, you are. We couldn't ask for a better, braver mom. Just don't push yourself too hard.
Kendall: I'm not going to lay down, I'm not going to go for a walk, I'm not going to take a nap. I am staying right here by Spike's side until we know how to fix him.
Ryan: Kendall, why don't you go get something to eat, go get some fresh air. I'll watch Spike.
Kendall: I'm not hungry -- ahem -- and there's air in here. You -- you go. You guys, go. All of you, go do whatever you want, but I'm not leaving.
Annie: I -- I promised Emma I'd call. I'll be just outside the building if anybody needs me. Oh -- and I'll check on Ian on my way out.
Zach: Thank you.
Annie: I'll be back.
Greenlee: Martini, double -- actually, make that two -- double, double.
Krystal: Huh. You expecting company, or you want to get carried out of here on a slab?
Greenlee: Do you care? I mean, I've been so mean to your "baby doll," I should just burn in wherever, right? Hey -- don't be shy with that liquor, ok?
Krystal: Listen here, I'll keep my personal opinion to myself, but I do have a policy here. If you want to get tanked up, then you hand your car keys over to me first. This is my place --
[Krystal pounds bar]
Krystal: My rules.
Greenlee: All right, Krystal -- no problem. Feel better?
Krystal: All over.
Greenlee: Colby -- when I can't remember my name, call me a cab.
Colby: I'm not taking your money.
Greenlee: Please, call me a cab. So, where are those drinks?
Kyle: Coming right up.
Greenlee: And you probably should start on the next round.
Krystal: You know what? Maybe you ought to just take it easy there.
Greenlee: "Easy"? Me -- the bitch that ate Pine Valley? The one everyone loves to hate, and why not? I mean, I -- uh --
Greenlee: I just destroy lives in one single swoop.
Krystal: Greenlee, what is it?
Greenlee: Spike Lavery is deaf -- forever -- all thanks to fabulous me.
Krystal: Oh, my God.
Colby: Oh, no.
Ava: Can you believe I ever worked here? Oh, my God -- so not me, right?
Man: Definitely not.
Ava: But I do like coming back here just to remember the good times. It keeps me grounded, I think. Sweating over other people's dirty dishes, getting bootsy tips -- that life is so over.
Man: Nothing but champagne ahead.
Ava: I always knew I'd be a star, I just had to be discovered.
Man: Hard to miss -- beautiful and brave. I mean, that whole hostage thing -- you could've been killed, but the public is eating that up.
Ava: I know. You know, I put everything on the line for that -- my life, my career -- all to help the police put that gross dealer behind bars. When they asked for my help, I didn't think twice, I just went for it.
Man: Wasn't there another guy involved, too?
Ava: Oh, God, J.R. Chandler? What a dork -- almost got us killed. If it wasn't for me --
Colby: You know, you're such a liar!
Ava: Do you have a problem?
Colby: Yeah, I'm looking at her.
Ava: You are so jealous, aren't you? I'm sorry, honey, only one of us is a star in this room.
Colby: You are so full of it.
Ava: You know what? I deserve this. I have been through hell.
Colby: "Hell"? Have you talked to your friend Jonathan lately?
Ava: We've both been really busy.
Colby: Yeah, well, maybe you should catch up and see what hell really is. You know his nephew Spike?
Ava: I know -- he's in the hospital, but he's going to be fine.
Colby: No, he's not. Spike Lavery is permanently deaf.
Zach: He knows. You didn't have to say the words. He feels how much you love him.
Kendall: You think so?
Zach: I know so -- personal experience.
Greenlee: Oh -- hey, hi. You or you or you or you -- whoever's closer to the vodka, I'm going to need another double.
Krystal: I'm shutting you down.
Greenlee: No. Well, you wouldn't say no to this face, would you? Come on, come on, come on --
Kyle: Yeah, I would.
Krystal: Listen, coffee or water -- your choice.
Greenlee: Well, you guys are a bunch of buzzkills! We had a deal -- I drink until I can't say my name. I can't say my name -- Colby? Colby! Col -- hi, Colby. Do you still have that 50?
Colby: Yeah. You ready for a cab?
Greenlee: No, because I can still say my name -- Greenlee Smythe Lavery du Pres. Greenlee the horrible, Greenlee the hated, Greenlee the --
Greenlee: No, not yet. I'm still good to go, so, heavy on the vodka and short on the attitude.
Greenlee: Please, please, please, please?
Krystal: No. Listen --
Greenlee: How -- how are you going to keep this place running if the only word out of your mouth, Krystal, is "No"?
Krystal: Water, straight up.
Greenlee: Oh, man. Thanks for nothing.
Man: You having some trouble?
Greenlee: Story of my life, my friend.
Man: My name's Wheeler, friends call me "Wheels."
Greenlee: Oh. Hello. Is that because you're "wheely wheely cute"?
Wheeler: No, it's because I usually end up designated driver -- getting my tanked friends home.
Greenlee: Oh. Well, the bad news is I'm not your friend. The good news is I'm just a little bit tanked.
Wheeler: Then I'm at your service -- one ride home. But how about one beer-chased tequila for the road? You interested?
Greenlee: Yes. I've had worse offers -- much, much worse.
Annie: Hi, Ian. Your mommy and daddy wanted me to send you a kiss and tell you how much they love you. They'll be in here really soon to see you. Hi. The Slater baby -- how's he doing?
Nurse: Oh, he's -- he's charmed all of us. Our miracle boy -- we expect big things from little Ian.
Annie: Huh -- big things. Did you hear that, Ian? We all know you can do it. And you have a brother that you're just going to love. But he needs you to be strong and -- and healthy so you can help him, and he'll help you, too. We'll all help each other -- like a real family.
Zach: I'll get a round of coffee.
Ryan: Love one -- black, please?
Kendall: Yes, please.
Jonathan: Is there news?
Zach: I'm getting coffee -- you interested?
Jonathan: Hi. What are you doing here?
Ava: Oh, well, this stuff is for you -- I mean, it's -- it's for Spike. I hope he likes balloons.
Jonathan: Yeah, of course, he does. I mean, who doesn't? And champagne -- yeah, that's, uh, his favorite year.
Ava: Oh. I'm sorry. I -- I guess it's a bad idea. Whoops.
Jonathan: No, don't say that. It's -- it's sweet of you.
Ava: Oh, wait, wait, wait, this is my favorite thing. Listen to this.
Ava: Isn't that cute? Oh, God. Music for Spike? Spike can't hear it, he's deaf. Wow, I am the world's biggest loser.
Jonathan: No, you're not. I'm really glad you're here.
Greenlee: That went down like hot coals.
Wheeler: Hot's good.
Greenlee: Hot's good?
Wheeler: Hot's the goal.
Greenlee: Hot's the goal? Well, then hit me again, brother.
Wheeler: How about we continue this party back at my place?
Greenlee: Oh. Sounds like a plan.
Jack: You know, I had hoped and prayed that if the news about Spike wasn't good that we would come together as a family, not split off into two warring camps.
Erica: Spike and Ian, two innocent babies -- their lives are changed forever -- and my daughter's life is changed forever -- because of your daughter.
Jack: Yes. Do you think Greenlee isn't sorry? Do you think she doesn't wish that --
Erica: What, that she had not tried to make off with Spike?
Jack: Ok, just, you know what? Don't keep turning everything into an argument.
Erica: Me? Jack, you said that you would stand by Greenlee no matter what. But I don't want to hear that Greenlee's sorry. We stood there together -- we stood there together in the boathouse, and we vowed that we would never, ever let our children do this to us again, that we wouldn't let them come between us and draw us apart -- I don't know, Jack. Maybe -- maybe we can't survive this.
Jack: So maybe I shouldn't have asked Livia to delay our divorce.
Erica: I don't know, I -- what difference does a piece of paper make if we're worlds apart?
Ava: Dude, I'm so sorry. I mean, I really -- I mean, how totally stupid of me was it to bring a musical toy to a deaf kid? Oh, God -- I mean -- ugh, I'm sorry. I'm sorry.
Jonathan: Stop it, stop it, it's all right. I'm -- it's really great of you to come.
Ava: Well, you know, I walked around the block three times. Hospitals, sick people -- what can I say, not really my thing.
Jonathan: Well, you're doing fine so far.
Ava: The toy? The champagne? You can say it -- I blew it.
[After Jonathan kisses Ava, she hugs him]
Greenlee: Whoo! Viva tequila! Ready to roll?
Wheeler: Let's do it.
Greenlee: My amigo, one more for the road?
Kyle: Look, Krystal said "No more," so that's it.
Greenlee: "That's it"? That's bull!
Wheeler: It's for me.
Greenlee: Yes, it is.
Singer: We've got to learn to fly solo in order to survive, yeah I know you're thinking that your heart is breaking
Greenlee: Thank you.
Aidan: Ah --
Greenlee: Oh --
Aidan: I think you've had enough, don't you?
Greenlee: Um, of you. I want more of this.
[Greenlee throws herself at Wheeler and kisses him]
Erica: I have to go.
Jack: Yeah, ok. I understand, I understand.
Erica: Kendall needs me.
Jack: I just wish that -- how about I come with you?
Erica: I -- I need to speak to her alone.
[Back at the hospital, Zach and Annie watch Kendall and Ryan sitting by their child's bedside]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Annie (to Di): I have no choice. I have to go.
Jack: If there's anything I can do to make this better, to make this easier, let me know.
Kendall: You can put Greenlee in jail.
Greenlee: What are you doing here?
Aidan: You still don't get it, do you?
Ryan: I asked you a question.
Zach: And I answered it. I took care of Greenlee. Trust me, she's gone.
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