AMC Transcript Tuesday 9/4/07

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 9/4/07

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Tad: Thanks for looking after Jenny, Stuart.

Krystal: Good night.

[Krystal and Tad find Colby and Sean on the couch asleep in each other's arms]

Krystal: So cute.

Tad: Yea as gumdrops. Hands off the hottie, nibblet!

Colby: What?

Sean: Whoa -- whoa --

Tad: Ha, ha, ha!

Colby: What's up?

Tad: Listen, handsome, don't take this the wrong way or nothing, but it's "way" past everybody's bedtime. So you do me a favor -- after you get home safe, tuck yourself in, and make sure you have yourself a really, really good night's sleep.

[Colby sighs]

Krystal: Was that necessary?

Tad: No, but it was fun.

Colby: God, Tad, what'd you do that for?

Tad: Oh, come on, lighten up, it was a joke. Besides, it's my birthday -- if I'm not getting any cozy time, neither is Prince Mishkin.

Colby: Yeah, well, I've heard enough tonight to know that you've had plenty of time of "getting cozy."

Tad: Huh. Would you check out the sass on that kid.

Krystal: Forget about Colby. Is that what that kiss was about at The Comeback tonight -- you wanting to get some "cozy time"?

Aidan: This is nice. You know, I put my keys somewhere -- they're not in here, because I've got no pockets. Maybe they're in here -- nope. Oh, man, don't tell me I lost --

Greenlee: I think you're about two beers past finding them, so, um --

Aidan: Yeah, thank you.

Greenlee: Do you want me to make some coffee?

Aidan: Hang on a minute -- where was I? I'm retracing my steps. I needed some fresh air, so I stepped out from Tad's party, and then I saw you, and then now I'm here.

Greenlee: Ok, you're the one who asked for a ride home. You're lucky I didn't ditch you on the side of the road. What?

Aidan: You were really cute.

Greenlee: When -- at The Comeback bar when you almost recracked one of my other ribs?

Aidan: No, right before that -- after I recracked your first rib. You were in the hospital -- on those meds, remember? -- And you weren't bitchy, you weren't crazy, you weren't nuts. You were really cute.

Greenlee: I'm not cute.

Aidan: You're blushing. Oh, my -- you are blushing. Greenlee's blushing -- I've never seen that before. How come you never show anyone the cute Greenlee? Hmm?

Greenlee: How come the only time I'm alone with a man, it's you?

Zach: Come on, little man, it's time for bed. Oh, my goodness. We'll get you next. Come on.

[Kendall is asleep on the couch]

Annie: Well? What's it going to be, Dad? Are you going to make it stop, or do I make good on my warning?

Walter: "Warning"? That's a cold threat.

Annie: Call it what you want. I won't be harassed anymore. My family, my real family -- my husband and my daughter and my stepson -- they were threatened first. I won't let anything happen to them.

[Back at the hotel, Ryan quickly dresses and goes out looking for his missing wife]

Walter: You all self-righteous, after what you did?

Annie: That's your answer? Fine. You do what you have to do, so will I.

Walter: Wait.

Annie: Good. Now, this is what you're going to do for me.

Krystal: We -- um -- we shared a kiss tonight.

Tad: Yeah. Well, uh, I was aiming at your cheek.

Krystal: Oh. Well, you hit my lips, and, um, it stuck.

Tad: Yeah, it did.

Krystal: Yeah.

Tad: Well, what can I say -- they're awesome lips.

Krystal: Thank you.

Tad: I was talking about mine.

Krystal: Oh -- Tad, we -- we've got to be able to talk about this.

Tad: No, no, no, do we have to?

Krystal: Well, Tad --

Tad: No, no, baby -- I'm sorry, ok, I'm sorry. I -- I apologize. From the bottom of my heart, I'm serious. You're right, it was a kiss, and it -- it shouldn't have happened, but it did. But trust me, all right, I'm -- I haven't forgotten that kissing you is what pulled our lives apart a year ago.

Krystal: And that year-ago kiss also brought us Jenny. Look, the thing about it is I liked it -- the kiss. And, no -- I mean, don't get me wrong. I'm not talking about getting any "cozy time" -- I'm -- I'm not completely over Adam yet. But sharing this house and our baby and all the craziness -- it does make the going a little bit easier, way more interesting, and just a whole lot of fun.

Tad: Yeah. Probably not a good time for us to start playing mattress tag. I mean, it's not the correct moment. We can't just go around hitting the sheets, because it feels great.

Krystal: No, we -- we can't do that, no.

[When Jenny cries, Tad laughs]

Krystal: Clockwork, that one.

Tad: Right on cue.

Krystal: Yeah.

Colby: Is that you or me?

Krystal: Me.

Tad: "Us." Us. Come here.

Kendall: Where's Spike? He was just here with me.

Zach: It's ok -- shh -- he's sleeping in his crib. Close your eyes. I'm going to clean up, and then I'll get you.

Kendall: No, no, no, it's ok. I got it, I got it, I got this stuff --

Zach: Whoa, whoa.

Kendall: No, let me just -- I -- I can take it, and I'll meet you upstairs. What?

Zach: Ah, it's just when I saw you tonight with your friends and your family -- you looked happy, you looked hopeful.

Kendall: Well, I am hopeful. I'm beyond hopeful -- for -- for Spike, for Ian, for everyone. Now, give me these things --

Zach: No -- excuse me.

Kendall: Come on -- Zach, come on, I -- I got it, I got it --

Zach: I got this!

Kendall: Oh! Oh, yes, you do.

Zach: Hmm.

Kendall: Oh, I see what you're doing. Ok, as much as I really would love this -- I really would --

[Zach chuckles as he picks Kendall up in his arms]

Kendall: Yeah -- I can't. I think it's too soon, don't you think?

Zach: "Too soon"?

Kendall: To -- to --

Zach: Oh, come on, shh.

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: I'm taking you upstairs so you can go to sleep. I'm not going to take advantage of you.

Kendall: Sure.

Zach: Yeah.

Kendall: Mm-hmm.

Zach: Come on.

[Kendall spots Dr. Hilliard's drops on the coffee table as Zach carries her upstairs]

Aidan: You know what? I should go.

Greenlee: I'm not going back out there.

Aidan: That's all right, you don't have to -- I'll get a cab.

Greenlee: Ok -- oh --

Aidan: I'm fine.

Greenlee: You're not even going to make it downstairs, Aidan. You just -- you know what? You sleep it off here.

Aidan: Really, I'm not that bad, Greenlee, I'm fine.

Greenlee: You're a pain.

Aidan: I'm a -- I'm a pain?

Greenlee: You're a pain.

Aidan: Here we go again. Look at this -- you see this? You see this little, cuddly toy? Is that any way to treat a guy who bought you this wonderful little tiger, and saved your life more than once?

Greenlee: And rebroke my rib more than once -- almost.

Aidan: Please, just say good night as cute, little Greenlee, please, for once.

Greenlee: Don't push it.

Aidan: Oh, well -- hey, where you going?

[Greenlee's ribs hurt when Aidan grabs her arm to pull her back]

Greenlee: Oh -- ow --

Aidan: Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I'm sorry, I didn't mean to --

Greenlee: It's fine.

Greenlee: You know, I --

Aidan: Shh.

[Aidan kisses Greenlee's hurt ribs then her lips to which she responds. He then removes her blouse and the bandage wrapped around her waist and kisses her some more]

Annie: Oh, God --

Ryan: Oh --

Annie: Where did you go?

Ryan: There you are. Thank God, you're all right.

Annie: Of course, I am.

Ryan: Where were you? Why didn't you wake me up?

Annie: Well, you were sleeping so sweetly.

Ryan: Because it was the middle of the night.

Annie: I'm sorry, I'm sorry I upset you. It's just going home for some people makes them feel safe -- it kind of gives me the jitters. I couldn't sleep, I couldn't not sleep, so I had to get out, go for a walk. Ooh.

Ryan: You went for a walk in Chicago at this hour? Why didn't you leave me a note?

Annie: Well, I didn't know that you were going to wake up. But it felt really good for me. I feel like I -- I finally have a handle on all this.

Ryan: Must've been a hell of a walk.

Annie: It was a start. I think I might even be able to get some sleep.

Ryan: You sure?

Annie: Yep, I'm sure. Ooh. Good night.

[Loud music plays]

Tad: What the hell is that?

Krystal: I don't know. It's cracking my eardrums, but Jenny seems to like it.

Tad: Well, I don't. I was in the middle of an incredible dream. If this is Colby's idea of payback for what happened with Sean, I am going to have to have a speech with that girl.

Krystal: Rock, paper, scissors to who gets to yell at her, ok?

Colby: Ugh!

Singers: La, la, la, la la, la, la, la, la, la, la, la

Tad: It's not you.

Colby: No, it's not me. Have you ever seen me up at this hour? It's coming from next door -- it's live.

Krystal: There is a band next door?

Colby: Yes, ok, come on, you go -- let's -- let's do rock, paper, scissors to see who gets to go yell at them. Let's go. Ready?

Krystal: Jenny, shh.

Tad: I'm out.

Greenlee: Ah. Oh.

Aidan: If you're trying not to wake me up, it's too late. I'm already awake.

Kendall: I'll put on the coffee and clean up a little bit out here. Those sippy cups get a little sticky overnight.

[Kendall picks up the bottle of Dr. Hilliard's drops and hides it in her robe pocket]

Zach: Hey!

Kendall: Hey!

Zach: I swear, every time that Spike sleeps in, he busts into a new shoe size.

Kendall: Yeah, well, you better get those ice skates a few sizes too big. He really is growing. He's getting stronger.

Zach: Must be all that love we're giving him.

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah.

Zach: Whoa, easy.

Kendall: Mm-hmm, hmm.

Zach: How you doing?

Kendall: Mm-hmm.

Zach: What's that for?

Kendall: Oh, it's for you and us and our family. It really is getting better, Zach -- everything. I mean, for so long, I have been in the dark -- going to bed with it or waking up with it. But now, the sun is out and everything is good. Spike is growing, and Ian is growing, and it's only getting better. It's good.

Zach: Come here.

[Ryan wakes up and finds Annie staring at the window]

Aidan: I'll get it for you.

Greenlee: It's ok.

Aidan: I can at least -- no, really. Don't move, I'll get it. Oh. In fact, first, we should -- we should do your bandage.

Greenlee: No, I'm fine. It's ok, I'm fine.

Aidan: Oh, yeah, right. I can see that.

Greenlee: Aidan, I just want to get this over.

Aidan: Greenlee, I've had a couple of cracked ribs in my time, all right? You need to have them wrapped.

Greenlee: But I'm fine.

Aidan: Come on just hold still.

Aidan: You ready?

[Aidan gently wraps a wide bandage around Greenlee's torso]

Aidan: There you go.

Aidan: All better.

Greenlee: If you apologize for last night, I'll break your face.

Tad: You ever heard of knocking?

Sean: This is not a knocking kind of house.

Tad: What's that supposed to mean -- we're savages?

Sean: Look, doughnuts -- frosted, sugared, and sprinkles. Sort of a peace offering in case I overstayed my welcome last night.

Tad: Listen, young man, I'll have you know you cannot buy your way back into my good graces with a little fried fat and sugar.

Krystal: It's a start.

Sean: Look, I printed the party photos I took last night.

Tad: Oh, yeah -- look at that. You got my good side -- all of them.

Sean: Uh, is -- is Colby up?

Krystal: Oh, she went next door to give the neighbors a kick in the seat for waking us up.

Tad: I wish it'd wake me up. That's why I'm going to take my doughnuts back into my bedroom and try to recapture my excellent dream -- excuse me.

Krystal: Yeah, don't mind Tad. His toy is broken -- the TV.

Tad: Speaking of which, can you fix it or not?

Sean: This looks way more complicated than the last one I hooked up, man.

Tad: In that case, good night.

Colby: Hey, guys? Meet Forbidden City.

Boy: Hey.

Second boy: What's up?

Zach: Watch this -- hang on. Ah! Spike.

Kendall: Look! Look at my beautiful boy -- look at him. Oh, I love this. Here.

Zach: Hmm.

Kendall: Ah. You know what? I think I can do this all day long.

Zach: No.

Kendall: Hmm. You know, when I was -- when I was in the hospital, and I walked into that woman's room and asked to hold her baby, was that really me?

Zach: You were in trouble.

Kendall: Yeah, and you fixed it. You brought me back to reality. How do you do that? I mean, here I am going crazy, totally losing it, and you're always so calm and kind. How are you always so wonderful to me? Is that a signal?

Zach: Mm-hmm. Hmm.

Kendall: Hmm.

Ryan: How long have you been staring out the window?

Annie: I lied to you last night.

Ryan: You can tell me the truth now.

Annie: I didn't go for a walk. I -- I went back to the cemetery.

Ryan: You went to a cemetery at that hour of the night?

Annie: Well, I wasn't exactly alone. I -- I went to visit my mom. It's been so long since I've felt close to her. So much has happened, so many years have passed. But last night at her grave --

Ryan: It helped?

Annie: I finally feel like all the bad blood, all the -- the issues? I feel like they might be finished.

Ryan: I hope you're right.

Annie: But I couldn't have done it without you.

Ryan: Huh. I didn't do anything. I was asleep while you were out having all your revelations.

Annie: Yeah, but you're here when you didn't need to be. And you wouldn't take no for an answer. I'm glad that you came, because I do need you.

Ryan: Well, I'm not going anywhere.

[Knock on door]

Annie: That's him.

Kendall: How do you always put up with me when I'm losing it?

Zach: I love you.

Kendall: Yes, yes, yes, yes. I know you love me, Zach, but that doesn't mean that you don't get so angry sometimes, you want to yell or scream at me. And you don't -- ever. I mean, I go off-the-charts stupid, I act like an idiot half the time, and how do you -- how do you keep putting up with me?

Zach: I'm not putting up with you. I -- I love you, I love everything about you. It's very different.

Kendall: Ok, but -- but our sons need me. You need me. This family needs a mother who can handle a crisis, not flake out.

Zach: You can handle a crisis.

Kendall: I took off with Spike. I didn't tell you where -- where we were going, and Ian was fighting for his life. Now, most people would find that pretty unforgivable.

Zach: I was angry, and I was afraid, because I thought being a dad was about beating up bullies in the parking lot and teaching lessons. But I was scared -- I was scared for Ian, and I was scared for Spike, and I was scared for you.

Kendall: I'm sorry.

Zach: The fear is gone now. I'm betting on hope, for us -- us.

Kendall: Us.

[Zach chuckles]

Colby: Hey, do you mind if they hang out here for a while?

Krystal: Uh -- can you change a diaper?

[Laughter]

Girl: This is Ren. Uh -- technically, he's Alistair McMillan Reynolds IV .

Krystal: Hmm.

Ren: Oh, sorry, dude.

Krystal: Oh.

Ren: Ren. Band member/patron of the arts. Without me, these guys wouldn't have a place to lay down our tracks.

Colby: Oh, you guys have your equipment next door? That's so cool.

Tad: Fabulous.

Boy: Oh, I'm Dre.

Colby: Oh.

Ren: Total genius -- makes the music happen.

Girl: I'm Corinna.

Krystal: Hi, I'm Krystal, and the guy with the bags under his eyes is Tad. This is Jenny.

Corinna: I hope we didn't wake her up.

Krystal: You know, I think she actually liked it. Oh, and the guy who brought the doughnuts is Sean.

Ren: Thanks, man.

Krystal: Hey, you guys, come on in, sit down. Come on.

Sean: So, what -- what kind of music?

Corinna: Um -- our sound's sort of Black-Eyed Peas before they got co-opted by mainstream media.

Colby: It's hip-hop, Tad.

Tad: I know what it is. My point is I don't think we should start hip-hopping before sunrise.

Ren: Oh, no problema, dude.

Tad: Hmm.

Corinna: Sweet system.

Tad: Yeah, well -- huh -- it would be if I hadn't already blown a couple of fuses and a generator on it.

Corinna: Well, I could set up a wiring hub -- less strain on your fuses.

Ren: She's beyond a brain. If Einstein was a girl, a hot Latina girl --

Annie: Thank you for coming. I want you to meet my husband.

Ryan: Did I do that incorrectly?

Annie: No, it was perfect. Dad signs but he also reads lips really, really well, and he speaks.

Ryan: I'm glad you came.

Walter: I wanted to meet the man Annie is so devoted to.

Annie: Hey. Well, let's have a seat. Come on. Get comfortable.

Walter: You're probably aware that my daughter and I have not spoken for a long time.

Ryan: I am.

Walter: Whatever differences that we've had, I'm happy for her -- a husband, a family. Your Emma is --

Ryan: Emma -- Emma is 5.

Walter: I would like to know more about -- Emma.

Ryan: Well, you're in luck, um, because I happen to have a dozen pictures of her in my wallet, her -- her and -- and Spike. She's just a -- she's a great big sister. She reads to Spike every night. Well, she doesn't exactly know how to read, but --

[Annie and Ryan chuckle]

Ryan: But she tells him stories. She just -- she just plays with him for hours and hours.

Aidan: Must say, great coffeemaker you got back there.

Greenlee: Yeah. It -- it makes cappuccino and espresso and it foams the milk and the crema on the espresso. It's just perfect every time because, you know, sometimes it's hard to find a good machine that -- that does everything.

Aidan: Well, it's lucky you found one.

Greenlee: Yeah. You -- you know, you don't have to stick around.

Aidan: Yeah, I should -- I should go anyway.

Greenlee: Well, no, I, I -- please finish your coffee. Huh. This is weird.

Aidan: Just a little bit.

Greenlee: I mean, you wrapped my bandage, you didn't slam me when I ordered you not to apologize, and now you've made me coffee. I'm officially freaked out.

Aidan: Well, I didn't really expect to wake up here this morning -- that's for sure -- but I don't think there's anything to be embarrassed about.

Greenlee: On what planet?

Aidan: Oh, two consenting adults, one on beer, one high on meds. I mean, it happens, right?

Greenlee: You weren't that drunk and I wasn't on painkillers, so how do we explain this?

Aidan: Uh -- why do we have to?

Greenlee: Mercy sex -- remember? I had offered it to you when Di first broke things off, so --

Aidan: And then you unoffered -- remember? I think if anyone offered anybody mercy sex last night, it was me to you. Ok, you know what? No, I don't know what I'm saying. you're right. Um -- you felt sorry for me -- lost my keys, dumped by my girl. You were being nice -- how's that?

Greenlee: That works.

Aidan: It won't happen again. I won't impose on your hospitality in the future.

Greenlee: What was wrong with my hospitality? Was -- was it not up to par? You've had better? Oh.

Aidan: I really should get going.

Greenlee: Oh, yeah? You going to go looking like that?

Aidan: Like what?

Greenlee: Well, maybe you should shower first, so you don't have to do the bed-head walk of shame.

Aidan: A shower could be just what I need. Thank you.

Greenlee: Hey -- lay off the toothbrush!

Tad: You are very handy, and only steps away, which is a good thing. Show me how to work the DVR player again.

Sean: Colby plays legit and she still makes me respawn before level II.

Colby: Yep.

Dre: Great collection.

Colby: Yeah, you can borrow them any time you want.

Dre: No, it's ok.

Corinna: We got to roll.

Ren: Oh, but there's still more doughnuts.

Corinna: Our gig?

Dre: We got to try some new percussion fills for an audience.

Corinna: A small audience.

Ren: I totally forgot.

Colby: Hey, where are you guys playing?

Dre: The Pink Rhino.

Colby: Oh, I love that place! They have the coolest old CDs imports and singles.

Sean: And vinyl. Hey, you guys need a roadie? I'm free.

Corinna: A roadie? That would be a first.

Dre: You up for it? It could give us some cred.

Sean: Yeah. I'm down, man -- count me in.

Dre: Colby, you going to come with?

Colby: Yeah. Just let me change, and I'll meet you at Ren's, ok?

Ren: Cool.

Colby: Bye.

Corinna: Oh, thanks. It was nice meeting you.

Krystal: Oh, you, too.

Ren: Thanks for the doughnuts.

Krystal: Oh, sure.

Ren: Keep it real.

Krystal: Bye.

[TV plays]

Krystal: Now, you can get back to that excellent dream you were having.

[Tad turns TV off]

Tad: Au contraire. Got to go slip into my rags on account of I'm going to hook up with my posse after the gig.

Krystal: Are you kidding? Tad. Tad, are you serious?

Annie: Your granddaughter is amazing, and she's so smart. And she loves to draw pictures. She -- she draws pictures for her little brother.

Walter: You seem very happy.

Annie: I'm the happiest I've ever been. I think Mom would be glad for me.

Walter: I am, too. I hate to cut this short, but I have a meeting.

Annie: Oh, ok. Are you sure you have to go so soon?

Walter: I'm late already. It was nice to meet you, Ryan.

Ryan: Likewise. Thank you for taking the time.

Annie: Bye, Dad. We'll talk.

Ryan: Oh, um -- Mr. Novak? Um, I -- I wanted to thank you for the present.

Walter: Present?

Annie: Oh, the -- Mom's pocket watch that you sent me, remember?

Walter: Oh, yes. Of course. My pleasure. She would have wanted you to have it. It's just a reminder.

Ryan: Well, we have a plane to catch, so I better start packing. Um -- I love your daughter, and I will always be there for her no matter what.

Walter: It's good to know.

Walter: Your mother would be ashamed.

Annie: We are done. Let's keep it that way.

Colby: Ok. All right, bye, guys, see you later.

Krystal: Later. Will you promise me you don't start running for a long, long time, ok? You promise me? Yes! Aw.

Tad: Later, cane-izzle.

[Krystal chuckles]

Tad: I'm late to hook up with my peeps.

Krystal: Oh, well, you know, I think our generation is more "pips" than "peeps."

Tad: Yeah, our generation. Tell me something -- when the hell did I get old? I mean, that used to be me. Just yesterday, it seems like I was tearing around, late to hook up with friends -- you know, make the scene? Had to come running back in, because I was forgetting things, you know? Now, I just -- forget things.

Krystal: Well, maybe we can't "chill" or "hang", but you know, we have the "don't have to knock" house, you know, where kids like to hang out. I think that's pretty cool.

Tad: Hmm, I guess. Now, we don't make the mess anymore -- we just have to clean up after it.

Krystal: Yep. No, no, no, no, no. I -- I don't mind. Keeping it --

Tad: Are you sure?

Krystal: Keeping it real.

Tad: Oh, "keeping it real." Man.

[Krystal chuckles]

Tad: Huh -- women. But I guess I'm still the father of the rockingest, chillingest little baby in the neighborhood, huh? Yeah, right. Don't look now, Jenny, but I still got it.

Greenlee: So, um, now what? Do we shake hands, insult each other, say "thank you"? Huh.

Aidan: Oh -- I don't know, whatever feels right.

Greenlee: What feels right is this never happened.

Aidan: What never happened?

Greenlee: To the grave?

Aidan: To the grave. You take care of those ribs, all right?

Greenlee: Alone.

Ryan: Thank you. Give the Spikeman a kiss for us, ok? We'll be home soon. Ok, bye. Need any help?

Annie: Hmm.

Ryan: Don't forget to pack the man-eating crocodile.

Annie: I won't.

Ryan: Annie -- hey, wife? Hi. We don't have a man-eating crocodile, but you know what you have? You have a husband that's a little bit concerned right now.

Annie: I'm fine.

Ryan: That's why you've barely even spoken since your dad's left?

Annie: There's just not really much to say. I should really finish the packing --

Ryan: Annie? Whatever it is that's bothering you, I really want to make it right.

Annie: I just -- thank you. Today it was -- it was really hard and I thought I could do it alone, just suck it up and get through. But you were there for me, you got me through it.

Ryan: You were strong. You were strong and loving. I was proud of you.

Annie: You in my life, always with a hug or -- or a kiss or the right words. You really do get me through.

Ryan: Let's go home and kiss our kids, and tell them how we love them.

Kendall: I am going to go bring Ian some of his milk shakes. You want to drive separately or together?

Zach: Together.

Kendall: Together? Ok. Oh, look -- look, his foot is moving. Look -- how cute.

[Zach chuckles as they stare at Spike on the screen]

Kendall: You know, I think you're right. I think his feet are getting bigger. Hmm.

Zach: So what do you say we do a little something before he really wakes up? We'll do the thing before Bigfoot gets up.

Kendall: Want to do the thing?

Zach: Yeah, you want to?

Kendall: You want to do the thing? Mm-hmm. I like the thing.

Zach: Yeah?

Kendall: Mm-hmm. Yeah -- you know what? You know, everything has been so great lately. The only thing that could possibly make it better would be if I get to learn that kangaroo thing and hold Ian.

[Spike fusses]

Kendall: Our boy's up. The reality star is ready, I got to go. Yes. I'll be back. I'm going to go check on him, then we can do the thing.

[Once Kendall leaves the room, Zach finds the bottle of Dr. Hilliard's drops on the couch]

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

Jack: I thought it was about time we had a little talk about you and Greenlee.

Kendall: Do you think I should just give up and accept that Spike will be deaf for the rest of his life?

Zach: Yes, I do.

Annie: What are you doing?

Ryan: Doing some research.

Annie: On my father? You had no right.

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