All My Children Transcript Monday 8/27/07
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Woman: Have a seat and fill these out. The doctor will be with you shortly.
Aidan: Thank you.
Donovan: Did you forget something?
Greenlee: There's an imposter in your waiting area.
Donovan: An imposter?
Greenlee: An -- an informant. A -- a poser. Um -- whatever you call him, you can't let him in here?
Greenlee: The -- the patient that your receptionist called you about. He's not a friend of the governor. His name is Aidan Devane. He's a private investigator, and he is not sick -- at least, not in the physical sense.
Donovan: Well, considering I have nothing to hide, I don't see what the problem is. So, if you'll excuse me, I'd like to see my last patient, no matter who he is.
Greenlee: Oh --
Annie: I'm sorry, but Spike can't live with us.
Ryan: This may be the first and only time I'm glad that Spike can't hear what you're saying.
Annie: I'm sorry, but --
Ryan: But what? Why wouldn't you want him here?
Annie: It's not that I just, um -- I don't know if this is the best place for him.
Ryan: This is the only place for him. This is his second home. I mean, after all that time in the hospital, wouldn't you want Spike to -- to fall asleep in a crib that's familiar to him with his sister and us just down the hall?
Annie: Of course. I mean, I want him to feel safe.
Ryan: Oh. Well, where's safer than here?
Girl's voice: Ring around the Rosey, pocket full of posies
Ryan: Hey, Annie? What's going on with you?
Kendall: My babies -- I don't have them. Please -- can I hold yours?
Zach: Hey, Kendall? I was looking for you. What are you doing here? Did you ask her to come in or --
Woman: No. She just wandered in and asked to hold my baby.
Zach: Come on. It's time to go, we don't belong here. I'm sorry. My wife just had surgery and our two sons are in the hospital, so -- she's gone through a lot.
Woman: It's fine.
Zach: Come on.
Kendall: I -- I heard your -- your baby in the corridor. He?
Kendall: He sounded so sweet, I had to see him for myself.
Zach: Let's leave these two in peace.
Kendall: Wait, wait. Wait, that's -- that's all I wanted, was peace. You -- you and your baby look so peaceful and so safe. And I haven't felt that way in such a long time. So when -- when I saw him, it just made me want to hold him, just -- just for a second. I -- I know this seems really weird. It seems really weird to me. I don't normally wander into other people's hospital rooms --
Zach: Shh --
Kendall: And ask to hold their children --
Kendall: I really don't.
Zach: Let's go lie down for a minute.
Kendall: Oh -- but it's just -- it's just that I have -- I have two little boys, and they've both been hurt, so I can't hold either one of them -- one because he's too little, and the other because his father took him away from me. So when I saw you holding your little boy, I wanted -- I needed --
Zach: You've been pushing yourself too hard for too long. You need a break. Let's take that break. I'm going to take you home.
Kendall: Oh, my God -- I'm so sorry. I -- I -- I scared you. I -- I scared you, I did. I didn't mean to, but I did, didn't I?
Woman: No, I --
Kendall: I would never, ever hurt you or your baby. You're afraid. You're afraid for your baby and that's torture. I know, because I'm so afraid for both of mine.
Ryan: Spike's out of the hospital, and I want him here with us.
Annie: I just think we should have discussed it, that's all.
Ryan: Ok. So we're discussing it, but I honestly -- I don't know what there is to say.
Annie: I mean, Spike has another set of parents. We're not the only ones involved here.
Ryan: No, we're not. But I told you that Kendall and Zach are extremely busy focusing on keeping Ian alive. I thought it would be nice to cut them a break. Don't you?
Annie: If they want one.
Ryan: You know that Kendall is barely hanging on. You know she's not sleeping. She's not eating, she's making bad, impulsive decisions, not to mention that she and Zach are at the hospital -- constantly.
Annie: I know.
Ryan: And they don't have the energy to focus on Spike right now, but we do, right?
Annie: Yes -- right.
Ryan: Kendall and Zach agreed to this.
Annie: I know.
Ryan: So then I don't know why we're having this discussion. Ok? Spike is my son -- unless there's some other reason that you don't want him here.
Annie: Stop saying that. You know I love Spike.
Ryan: Well, I never questioned that, but --
Annie: I mean, this -- this home, all of us in it -- I've dreamed about this my entire life.
Ryan: Which is why I am so stunned that you have a problem with this. I mean, Zach maybe, Kendall, yeah, I get it, but -- but not you. So, issue discussed.
Greenlee: Look, is there another way out of here, a back door or a fire escape?
Donovan: Oh, would a zip-line do? No, I'm sorry. You're going to have to go out the door just like everyone else.
Greenlee: Ok, look, I'm sensing a disconnect here, so I'm just -- I'm just going to explain it all to you again, ok? That man out there, Aidan Devane -- although I am sure that it's not the name he is going by -- he's friends with Spike Lavery's father.
Donovan: Ryan Lavery, the one opposed to me treating Spike?
Greenlee: Exactly. So, it's obvious that Ryan sent his friend -- his private investigator friend -- to come and check you out, to see if you're a fraud.
Donovan: But I'm not, so I don't see the problem.
Greenlee: Again, the disconnect.
Donovan: Look, it's getting late. I would really like to be home at a semireasonable hour, so, if you would please show yourself out, and I will show in your detective friend.
Greenlee: He is not my friend, and he is definitely not yours. Please. Please. You can't let Aidan in here -- it's going to ruin everything.
Donovan: You're Greenlee Smythe. I knew you looked familiar. I can't believe it took me so long to recognize you. You're the woman who kidnapped that little boy.
Erica: Jack. Look, if you're here for round two, I really -- I --
Jack: Actually, I'm prepared to go for as many rounds as it takes.
Erica: Well, I certainly wish I had some boxing gloves to go with this outfit, but I'm fresh out.
Jack: I got an interesting piece of mail today.
Erica: Well, what kind of mail? Well, you don't mean any more divorce papers -- I mean, been there, done that, right, Jack?
Jack: Right, right, we sure have. No, not -- not divorce papers, no. But, what I did get gave me a real case of déja vu.
Erica: About what?
Jack: About a television show that I want no part of.
Erica: About that --
Jack: Yeah, about that -- a contract, in fact, for a television show that I distinctly remember declining to do. Tell me something, Erica -- where did I lose you when I said -- and I'm paraphrasing here -- "No way in hell"?
Erica: I didn't misunderstand you, Jack. You told me you wanted no part of the talk show.
Jack: So you went and told the network that I did. You know, you're developing a real penchant for doing things behind my back.
Erica: Are you still talking about that footage of us we saw the last time we were in this room together? I told you, I had nothing to do with that.
Jack: Believe me, Erica, when it comes to you following your own agenda, I have multiple incidents from which to choose.
Erica: Jack, I can explain why I told the network that you would do the show.
Jack: No, it's -- I just don't want to have another public sparring match with you, you know, not again.
Erica: Well, Jack, I don't want to have a sparring match with you anywhere -- not on television, not anywhere. The only place I want to be is with Kendall at the hospital.
Jack: What I find interesting is when I bring up something that you don't want to deal with, you invoke Kendall and her sons.
Erica: I would never use a family crisis like that. In fact, I'm doing this show for Kendall and her boys.
Annie: You don't need my permission to have Spike stay here.
Ryan: Really? Because it sure feels like I do. And, honestly, I don't get why. You're so good with him. You've had experience communicating with a deaf person. Is -- is that the reason? I mean, does having Spike here remind you of bad times that you had with your dad?
Ryan: Are you sure? Because ever since you went to visit him, I mean, you've seemed a little bit off.
Annie: Spike could never remind me of anything bad. It's just, as a mother and as someone who has had my child taken from me before, I can't imagine Kendall being ok with this.
Ryan: Ok, first of all, I'm not taking Spike from Kendall.
Annie: I understand that, but -- oh -- to be separated from your child for any reason --
Ryan: Kendall needs a breather, really badly. And, yeah, she hated the idea at first, but with Zach's help, you know, I convinced her that this was the best solution.
Annie: But is it, though? I mean -- I mean, you said yourself that Kendall's, like, on the verge of losing it. What if this is what -- what throws her over the edge? You know, I mean, we don't know how long Ian is going to be in that hospital. Spike could end up staying here for weeks.
Ryan: And Kendall can come and visit whenever she wants, 24/7.
Annie: Well, no, we can't have people coming in here in the middle of the night.
Ryan: Not "people" -- Kendall. Look, I'm glad that you're so worried about Kendall. I -- I really am. But you got to trust me, ok? The only thing that could push her over -- over the edge is being stretched too thin. That's why this is the best solution -- for everyone.
Greenlee: I've made some huge mistakes, but this is not one of them. I am here because I truly want to help Spike Lavery.
Donovan: Because you feel guilty?
Greenlee: Because I love him, and I love his mother.
Donovan: Well, if you and Spike's mother are so close -- huh -- why is it such a big secret that you're here?
Greenlee: We're just not on the best of terms right now.
Donovan: No. Well, after you ran off with her child, I would imagine not.
Greenlee: I wasn't run -- oh. Look, the only thing that matters right now is that precious little angel and getting him help. I believed you when you said you could help Spike. Do you still think that you can?
Greenlee: Well, then it's your turn to believe me. If Aidan Devane finds me in here, you're never going to get a chance to prove what you can do, so think what you will of me, but please don't let an innocent child suffer because of it.
Kendall: My son Ian -- he's a preemie. My God, you've never seen a baby so small.
Kendall: And -- and I can't -- I can't touch him, I can't feed him the way that I want to. And -- and then my other son, Spike, he was in a horrible accident, and he lost his hearing. So now I have one child who can't feel me and the other who can't hear me.
Woman: I'm sorry.
Kendall: We protect our babies because they can't protect themselves. But I couldn't. I -- I didn't.
Zach: That's not true.
Kendall: And I'm so scared. I'm so scared to let them out of my sight because, what if it's the last time?
Zach: Come on, you got to rest. So do you.
Kendall: Ok. I'm sorry. I -- I don't normally do things like this. It's not who I am -- really.
Woman: Wait. If you'd still like to hold my baby --
Aidan: It was the fifth set, the tiebreaker. I threw the ball out to serve, wound up, and then bam -- that's when it happened. I aced the guy, but I tore my rotator cuff at the same time.
Donovan: Well, congrats on the ace, but sorry about the shoulder.
Aidan: You see, the -- the thing is, tennis is my life and the thought of taking time off for surgery --
Donovan: , I -- I understand, and I applaud you for seeking out alternative methods.
Aidan: You came highly recommended.
Donovan: Well, I am 100% certain that we can take care of your shoulder in a simple, noninvasive manner, have you back on the court in no time.
Aidan: 100%? You haven't even taken a look at my arm.
Donovan: Oh, there's no need. Throughout our conversation, I've been visualizing the injury through your aura.
Aidan: My aura?
Donovan: You'd be amazed what you can learn about people when you know what to look for. So, back to your shoulder -- for a minimal fee, I can fix you right up.
Aidan: How much is minimal?
Donovan: This particular treatment costs $20,000, no personal checks.
Aidan: And what does this treatment consist of?
Donovan: Ultraviolet gamma ray pulsation of the proto-ionic variety.
Aidan: You say that six times fast.
Donovan: I'm no fraud. Investigate all you want.
Aidan: Ok. From one professional to another, what gave me away? Or maybe the question should be, who?
Donovan: Maybe I'm just a good judge of character.
Aidan: No. Nobody's that good.
Greenlee: Oh. Thank you. Thank you. I know it was asking a lot, but to help Spike, it's just -- it's going to be worth it, bigtime.
Kendall: That's a good boy. All right. Thank you. You have no idea how wonderful that felt. What am I saying? Of course, you do.
Woman: It was our pleasure. Right, munchkin?
Zach: Really, thank you.
Kendall: I mean, you're -- you're very generous. I -- I don't know if I could've done the same thing. I mean, for all you know, I could've been some psycho.
Woman: Just a frightened mother. I can't imagine what it must feel like. If I couldn't hold Patrick -- well, I'm not sure what I'd do.
Kendall: Patrick. That's a good name.
Zach: The world needed another Patrick. Hold on to him real tight.
Woman: I will. And good luck to the both of you. I'll be praying for your boys.
Kendall: Thank you -- for everything. Nice to meet you, Mr. Patrick.
Zach: You ready to go home?
Kendall: I know what you're thinking.
Zach: What am I thinking?
Kendall: You're thinking that what I just did was the act of a crazy person. And -- and it was, but I'm telling you, I -- I know what I was doing. I -- I'm not crazy, I swear.
Zach: I don't think you're crazy. I think you're tired, and you need some sleep.
Kendall: I can't. I can't, not with things the way they are.
Zach: Now, we've been over this.
Kendall: Yes. I know. I know that, and I know that I agreed to the plan, but -- but, Zach, it's not going to work. I can't do this, I can't. There is no way in hell that this plan is going to work.
Ryan: Look, maybe -- maybe you're right. Maybe I shouldn't have sprung this on you without talking to you first.
Annie: Don't apologize.
Ryan: Well, I don't apologize for wanting Spike to be here, but you're my wife, and we're supposed to deal with all the big stuff together.
Annie: It's ok, really.
Ryan: It's just I saw Greenlee here when I got home and I just -- it just threw my game plan way off.
Annie: She really was doing me a favor, Ryan. I know you don't want to hear this, but Greenlee does feel really awful about what happened to Spike.
Ryan: She should feel awful.
Annie: I know, but I almost feel bad for her.
Annie: I'm not saying forgive and forget, but a mistake like that can haunt you for the rest of your life.
Ryan: Wait. Are you comparing marrying Terry to what Greenlee did, because you were deceived by a sick person out to hurt a child.
Annie: Greenlee wasn't necessarily out to hurt Spike.
Ryan: So, I -- I don't understand. Are you -- are you defending Greenlee or are you talking about somebody else?
Annie: It's just how I feel.
Ryan: Talk to me, Annie. There is something going on with you.
Annie: Well, sure, yeah. I mean, life has been pretty crazy lately.
Ryan: No, no, I mean, separate from everything else. I've seen you deal with a ton of stressful situations, and -- and you were never like this. It's like -- it's like you're carrying around something that's about to explode. Tell me what it is. I can't help you if you don't.
Annie: I'm sorry.
Ryan: For what?
Annie: For taking your energy away from the person who needs it the most. Focus on Spike. I'm fine.
Ryan: You -- you know, you've been saying that a lot lately. And ever since you went to see your dad, it seems like it's the only thing that's coming out of your mouth.
Annie: Well, sometimes it's the only thing to say.
Ryan: Not to me. Didn't it feel better when -- when you opened up a little bit about your family? Yeah? So do it again. I mean, there is -- there is something going on with you. Did something else happen when you were there?
Annie: Ryan, my father and I have issues, just like everybody else in the world, that's all.
Ryan: So if not him, then -- then who? Terry's brother?
Ryan: What about the prank phone calls? You changed the -- you shut down our -- our home line, the cell phone. I mean, who do you think was making those calls?
Annie: Bored kids -- I don't know, Ryan. It's not my dad, it's not my former brother-in-law. It's nothing.
Ryan: Please don't make me drag everything out of you. Just tell me what's going on.
Annie: What isn't going on? Life has gone from bad to worse to completely unbearable!
Ryan: I know, I know. I mean, I know everybody's on edge.
Annie: So -- so everybody else gets a free pass and I don't? I'm handing this the best that I can.
Ryan: Maybe you could handle it a little bit better if you just let me in.
Annie: Emma fell asleep in our room --
Ryan: Annie --
Annie: So I'm -- I'm going to go put her in her own bed.
Ryan: Annie --
Emma: Ring around the Rosie, a pocket full of posies, ashes, ashes we all fall down
Annie: Don't sing that! Don't sing that, Emma, ever! Ever, do you understand?
Emma: Grandpa said I had to, Mommy. Grandpa told me what you did.
Kendall: When I was late in my pregnancy with Spike, I didn't think I wanted to raise him. I would look down at my belly and think, "Well, I don't know, this is it. This baby comes out, I keep him, and my life is over." But, Zach, I swear to you, the second I looked into Spike's eyes, my whole life began. I thought to myself, "Oh, my God -- oh, my God, this is it. This -- this -- this is what people are talking about. This is what they mean."
Zach: It's funny how that happens.
Kendall: I -- I can barely remember who I was before I had Spike. All I know is that -- that when he came into my life, everything changed. I mean, the colors -- they -- they just -- I don't know -- they -- they got brighter. They did. And -- and the sky got -- got bigger, and -- and I felt -- I felt more. I felt more everything. More -- more pain, joy, passion.
Zach: The works.
Kendall: Yes, yes.
Kendall: The works, the works. Listen to me a second.
Kendall: You listen. I love you so much. I love you with everything I have, and Ian, too. But I wouldn't be able to do any of that if it wasn't for Spike. He changed my whole entire life. And if I don't have him with me, I don't know who I am.
Greenlee: I love that little guy. And I know he's not mine. I repeat, I really, truly know that Spike is not mine. But once upon a time, he was supposed to be, so we're connected forever. And it's the same with Ryan and Kendall. Back in the day, we belonged to one another, if that makes any sense. Now I have officially spilled my guts.
Donovan: You make a very convincing case, Ms. Smythe.
Greenlee: So do you understand now why this is so important to me? I mean, I have to fix this thing, for all of us, and I can't do it without your help, and not if Ryan and Kendall know that I'm the one who found you. Please, Dr. Hilliard -- please, say that you're going to help me.
Erica: The network wants to pull out all the stops.
Erica: They want to launch two PSA campaigns. One for children with hearing disorders, and the other for complications associated with premature births.
Jack: Well, that sounds tailor-made just for you.
Erica: Just for us, Jack, all of us. You keep saying that Kendall is your family, too.
Jack: Erica, I think what the network wants to do is wonderful.
Erica: The entire website will really essentially be an information center -- with lists of doctors, support groups, links to other charitable causes. I mean, finally, parents of preemies or children with hearing disorders -- they will have someplace to turn to get answers.
Jack: Well, you must be thrilled.
Erica: I am. And, Jack, that's not all. In addition to all of that, the network wants to buy state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment and donate that to all the hospitals around the world. I mean, can you imagine how many children we could help?
Jack: Hmm. Hmm. There's that word again -- "we."
Erica: Well, don't you want to make a difference?
Jack: Oh -- yes, Erica, I want to make a difference, but at what cost?
Erica: At the cost of our discussing our petty differences about various topics once a week. Once a week, Jack.
Jack: I don't know. I just don't think it would be all that simple to do that.
Erica: Well, it certainly will be simple compared to what Kendall and Ian and Spike are going through. You can't tell me that there's a better cause to support.
Jack: No, I absolutely can't. No, it's -- it's --
Jack: It's an excellent cause. Truly excellent. I just don't see why I have to be involved, you know? Unless, of course, could it be that you need me so badly?
Erica: I don't need you for anything. Make no mistake -- signing you on was the network's choice, not mine.
Jack: I see.
Erica: I pitched countless alternatives to you. Everyone from Anderson Cooper to Jimmy Kimmel to Errol Flynn.
Jack: Errol Flynn's been dead a long time, honey.
Erica: Then you understand the desperation I felt. They want you.
Jack: For what, exactly? I mean -- tell me more about this "He Said/She Said" business.
Erica: Well, it would center on our discussing anything, from vacation destinations to politics.
Erica: Anything. Well.
Jack: Like milk -- whole or skim?
Jack: Whole. Which is more romantic, a wedding on the beach, or a walk in newly fallen snow?
Erica: Or how about lawyers as husbands? Dashing or dysfunctional? Dysfunctional.
Jack: Dashing, definitely. Another one -- female television personalities -- delightful, or diva? I'm going with diva.
Erica: A little of both. You see? We've got this down.
Jack: Yeah. What about local news? I imagine you're going to cover that?
Erica: Absolutely. As a matter of fact, Jack, we could have the newspapers in our hands every week.
Jack: And just talk about whatever the headline happens to be?
Erica: Of course. For example, "Crazy, dangerous woman tries to steal innocent child."
Jack: Except for the fact that daughters are off-limits.
Erica: Fine. But everything else is fair game.
Annie: We have to disappear. Just you, me, Daddy, and Spike. We have to go someplace safe. I don't know where, or -- or how we'll get there, but I promise you, I'll figure it out.
[Knock on door]
Ryan: Who's knocking? Let's go see. Oh, you're so heavy. Ok, why don't we leave the apple here? Ok? Or not. Oh. All right. Yeah.
Kendall: Hey, hey!
Kendall: Hey, sweet.
Ryan: Ok, hi. What --
Kendall: My little boy. My boy.
Ryan: What's -- what -- is Ian all right?
Zach: Oh, Ian's fine.
Ryan: So --
Kendall: I missed you so much, my Spikey, I did.
Ryan: What -- what's going on?
Zach: I know we had an agreement, but it's not going to work.
Ryan: What's not going to work?
Kendall: Spike being here. He's going to come home with us.
Ryan: Um -- we talked about this, Kendall. I thought we agreed that it was -- that it was best for everyone for Spike to stay here with us.
Kendall: Yeah, well, it -- it's not better for me.
Ryan: Look, I understand that you're scared, Kendall. We all are, but you taking him home right now when you're wiped is not the answer. Annie and I have it covered.
Kendall: No, no, no, no. I promised him that I would never leave our son again, but I did.
Ryan: You're not leaving him. He's just staying with his father for a couple of days. Look, you can't be glued to his side forever, Kendall.
Kendall: It's not forever, Ryan, ok? It's right now. My son needs me right now.
Ryan: What happened?
Zach: We changed our minds.
Ryan: Well -- I haven't changed mine. The reasons that we made this decision to start with still stand. You are on overload, all right? And trying to take Spike home right now and take care of him when you're on overload is just going to add to your stress.
Kendall: I -- what's stressing me out right now is not having my son with me.
Ryan: Help me out here. I -- I know that you don't agree with this.
Annie: I think I have a solution that will work for everybody.
Greenlee: Will you help me?
Donovan: Well, I'll -- I'll do my best. I mean, your case is complicated, but it's not without hope.
Greenlee: Thank you. You don't even know -- just -- thank you.
Donovan: Well, don't thank me yet. It can take quite some time to find a psychotherapist that you really connect with, but --
Greenlee: A psychotherapist? No -- I wasn't asking for help for me. I want you to help Spike, to restore his hearing.
Donovan: Under the circumstances, that is not possible.
Greenlee: What circumstances? There's a little boy who can't hear, and you said you might have the answers. What has changed?
Donovan: You, Spike's father, private investigators. I'm sorry, what started out as a medical case has become a circus, and I do not have the time to play ringmaster.
Greenlee: Ok, ok -- you know what? Drop the drama and focus only on Spike. Can you help him?
Donovan: Not like this.
Greenlee: I already told you, I don't want my money back, I want you to store his hearing.
Donovan: The fact of the matter is this is not about what you want.
Greenlee: No. Apparently not. It's about punishing an innocent child.
Donovan: That would be on your conscience, not mine.
Jack: You certainly don't make it easy, do you? I mean, who does not want to have a positive impact on a child's life?
Erica: I can't even imagine. And not just the children, Jack. Their parents, their grandparents, their relatives, their friends -- everyone. I mean, think how invaluable this will be.
Jack: You do know it's still not ok that you gave the go-ahead without my permission? You do understand that?
Erica: I do, I do. So, you're in?
Jack: With one addendum.
Erica: Add away. And whatever it is, yes.
Jack: Oh, I think you might want to read this first.
Erica: Well, how outrageous could it be?
Jack: There you go.
Erica: "Under mutually agreeable circumstances, the co-hosts agree to make mad, passionate love." This is your addendum?
Jack: Feel free to take some artistic license with the "mad, passionate" part.
Aidan: Someone must have tipped him off. I don't know how, I don't know who, but I'm going to find out. Hang on, I've got to go.
Greenlee: Is this where you come to celebrate your successful missions? Blow up a life and then have a pint?
Aidan: Greenlee, I wish I knew what you were talking about.
Greenlee: Why can't you just stay out of other people's business?
Aidan: The last time I saw you was at the ConFusion bar.
Greenlee: And if you want to get up in my face, that's fine, no problem, but this time, for once, it wasn't about me.
Aidan: What do you mean, "this time"?
Greenlee: It was about someone else, and you ruined it, Aidan. You ruined everything.
Aidan: You were the one that blew my cover with Hilliard.
Ryan: Ok, let me bring you up to speed. Apparently, your instincts on Kendall were right. She is refusing to let Spike stay here.
Kendall: You know what, Ryan? Don't be angry, all right? He can sense it. He can sense this.
Ryan: You don't want me to be angry? Then don't grab my son out of my arms.
Kendall: Our son. I'm sorry, but he needs me right now.
Ryan: No, Kendall. You need him right now. You're obviously not thinking about what he needs. Look, you walk out that door right now, I know that I can't stop you, but I'm telling you right now that it's wrong, and you know it.
Zach: What's your solution?
Annie: Well, one that would work for everyone. Ryan, Emma, and I move in with you, Kendall, and Spike.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Aidan (to Greenlee): You blew my cover, and I want to know why.
Lily: I'm really sorry about Ava.
Jonathan: What are you sorry about?
Lily: That she's a lesbian.
Kendall (to Annie): Zach is worried that I am losing it.
Ryan: If I agree to this, it can't be for too long.
Zach: You know what? I don't want to play house with you, either.
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