All My Children Transcript Wednesday 9/5/07
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Greenlee: Thank God everyone else has a life. Gives us a chance to work on the down low -- no stares, no glares, no comments. I'm getting real sick of the comments, and the hate -- I'm real tired of that, too. But you like me -- right, my little Alphonso?
Singer: I never thought that time would
Jack: Aidan? Ai-dan? Hey.
Aidan: Oh, sorry, Jack.
Jack: That's all right.
Aidan: I was, uh, daydreaming.
Jack: Yeah. Listen, thanks for meeting me, appreciate it.
Singer: I have more dreams
Aidan: What can I do for you?
Jack: Well, I thought it was about time that we had a little talk -- about you and Greenlee.
Erica: Leave him alone, Greenlee. He's not yours, you can't have him.
Pilot: Ladies and gentlemen, a plane with mechanical problems is stalled at our gate. No other gates are available at this time, which means, well, we wait. But we'll do everything we can to get you deplaned as soon as possible. Sorry for the delay.
Annie: Great. Great, we're stuck -- that's exactly what I need right now.
Ryan: It shouldn't be too long.
Annie: I know, but I wanted to read Emma a story and kiss Spike. Now it'll be too late, they'll already be asleep.
Ryan: Take it easy, we'll be home soon. And you did it. You made up with your dad, everything's good.
Annie's voice: One more call, one more message, and that horrible thing I did before -- I'll do it again.
Ryan: Annie? Everything's good, isn't it?
Kendall: Spike is so pooped he'll probably fall asleep before having his milk.
Zach: I'll take it to him.
Kendall: No, no, that's ok. I've got it ready to go.
Zach: Aren't you forgetting something?
Kendall: I will give you a nice, big, wet kiss on my way back.
Zach: Aren't you forgetting to put something in his milk?
Kendall: What are you talking about?
[Zach holds up the drops from Dr. Hilliard]
Kendall: Oh -- Spike's vitamins. Thank you.
Zach: Not just any vitamins, right, these are from Dr. Hilliard.
Kendall: You know what? I've got to get him his milk before he falls asleep.
Zach: And the date on the bottle -- that's the same date you were supposed to see Dr. Mayer.
Kendall: Zach, what is this?
Zach: And when you pulled the records from the hospital, those were for Hilliard, too, right?
Kendall: God, one bottle of vitamins and it's the inquisition. You don't have to drag out the rack.
Zach: Apparently, I do -- if I'm going to get the truth out of you.
Kendall: Ok. Yes. Yes, Dr. Hilliard is treating Spike. We done?
Zach: . Why did you lie to me?
Kendall: It's not a big secret, Zach. It's just that everyone was busy, there's been so much going on --
Zach: I'm your husband. We're a team, we're partners. Partners don't lie to each other, don't keep secrets from each other -- unless, of course, you don't trust me.
Kendall: I do trust you.
Zach: Apparently not.
Aidan: Me and Greenlee? What do you want to know?
Jack: Well, first off, I want to thank you again for saving her life.
Aidan: It's not necessary.
Jack: Yes, it is. I don't know what would've happened if you hadn't been there when she started to choke.
Aidan: Jack, I was the one that -- that bought the hotdog that she choked on, all right?
Jack: Huh. What I'm talking about is the fact that you're -- you stood by her, you know? Right now Greenlee doesn't exactly have a crowd of people watching her back, and I just wanted to let you know it means a lot to me.
Aidan: Well, she's an interesting woman, your daughter.
Jack: Huh. Yeah, I think "complicated" might be a better word.
Aidan: Has she always been that way?
Jack: I don't know. I don't. I didn't know Greenlee when she was a kid. But, you know, it's not hard to imagine that 5-year-old with an angel's face stirring up just all kinds of trouble, then stepping back and saying, "What, who -- me?"
Aidan: Yeah. That sounds about right.
Jack: I know Greenlee acts out. But she's usually the one to draw first blood, because she's been hurt so much. And she -- she's always trying to protect herself, because she never had anyone to do it for her.
Aidan: Well, she has you, though.
Jack: Well, that comes and goes. I think, actually, we frustrate each other more than anything else, but you -- you seem to get Greenlee. Aidan, my daughter's made a lot of mistakes in her life.
Aidan: Oh -- well, I don't see how I can take that as a compliment, Jack.
Jack: Present company excepted. I do believe that she regrets all of them. She has a good heart, Greenlee does. You -- you must know that, or you wouldn't be spending all this time with her. Aidan, what she needs right now is a good friend, and it seems to me that you're the only one she has.
Greenlee: There's no "him" here, Erica, unless -- do you think I'm hiding him or he's invisible? Is that what you think -- that the only man I can get these days is imaginary?
Erica: The "him" I'm referring to is most definitely not a man. Him, the little stuffed tiger -- he's not yours.
Greenlee: He is, too.
Erica: Greenlee, you know very well that I am storing some of Ian's gifts and toys here.
Greenlee: Yeah, but Alphonso is mine.
Erica: You named it?
Greenlee: He was a gift -- from a friend.
Erica: Greenlee, you're lying, you don't have any friends.
Greenlee: Why are you even here anyway?
Erica: To collect some of Ian's things.
Greenlee: Ok. Well, then multitask -- grab his things and get some shots in while you're at it. Yeah, let it rip, and then get out, or I'm going to have you arrested for trespassing.
Erica: Oh, Greenlee. You are pathetic. I feel so sorry for you.
Annie: My dad and I understand each other now. I'm just relieved it's over.
Ryan: Look, the last thing that I want to be is pushy here, but you just don't look too relieved to me.
Annie: You know what is a problem? I will show you what a problem is -- my purse.
Annie: It's a --
Ryan: What are you -- what --
Annie: It's a mess. I reach for my -- my keys, my cell phone, my wallet, and I come up with this. You could lose a hundred inhalers in here. I've been meaning to clean it out -- what better time than now, right? Oh.
Ryan: I -- um -- I'm glad that I came with you to meet your dad.
Annie: Me, too.
Ryan: And I'm glad that I got to see a little bit of the city that you grew up in.
Annie: It's changed a lot.
Ryan: Yeah, I'm sure it has.
Annie: See? See? You could reach for lip-gloss, you get old gum -- that's disgusting. It's so gross.
Ryan: Your dad seemed like a -- like a pretty nice guy.
Ryan: And he reads lips amazingly well, huh? I mean, it's hard to imagine that -- that he's deaf. How did you say the accident happened, again?
Annie: He -- he fell down some stairs.
Ryan: Oh. Was he holding something, or was he in a hurry or --
Annie: I told you it was an accident. It was -- it was just an accident.
Greenlee: You feel sorry for me? Please.
Erica: Well, you had everything handed to you. You had so much going for you -- bright, educated, savvy, stylish, some might even say attractive.
Greenlee: You're making me blush.
Erica: The things you could've accomplished, the life you could've had. Of course, there is that one thing -- your warped ego. Gets in the way every time. And then, of course, you turn around and you blame everybody else around you for the mistakes that you've made. It's just very sad to see such promise self-destruct.
Greenlee: You know, this "promise" has a lot of work to do, so if you could just get your things and leave.
Erica: Must make you very unhappy, too -- to be such a complete and utter disaster. To know that you've made so many people suffer and that so many people hate you.
Greenlee: Ok. I get it, so can you just go now?
Erica: And poor Jack.
Greenlee: My father loves me.
Erica: But -- well, you must see it when you look in his eyes. You must see the disappointment he has in you. And as bad as that is, I bet it's not nearly the amount of disappointment you have in yourself. Must be really difficult to know that you have gone too far, and there is nothing that you can do to redeem yourself.
Greenlee: Get the hell out of here, Erica -- now!
Josh: And that, dear nephew, was from their "Yellow Submarine" album, side two.
Julia: Last time I passed through, you were still on side one. Long day, huh?
Josh: My nephew's musical education is at a critical stage right now.
Julia: How is baby Slater?
Josh: Baby Slater is actually doing pretty well. His neurological systems are improving, he's gained another 1/4 ounce, and I swear he sang along with me on that second verse.
Julia: That's great. So, all these hours you're putting in -- have you given up your day job?
Josh: Yeah, well, welcome to Cambias Industries' satellite office. So, how's it been since your big return to Pine Valley?
Josh: Glad to be back?
Josh: Good. What? Do I have food in my teeth, a wart on my nose -- what?
Julia: No, no, Josh. I'm just waiting for you to make some kind of crack about Jamie and me breaking up. You know, something like "he was so desperate to get away from you that he had to jump to another continent."
Josh: Keefer, I'd never say that.
Josh: If I was going to make a crack, it'd be much funnier than that. Can I say something to you -- if I may? I was a major jackass to you, and I want to apologize. I kind of made your life hell. You know, when Annie McDermott was brought in here last year with that asthma attack, I screwed up, and instead of owning up to it, I blamed you for my mistake. I could've cost you your career, and I'm sorry.
Julia: Is this for real, or is it temporary like your career changes?
Josh: It's for real.
Julia: Well, I think I believe you.
Josh: Yeah, well, the guy I used to be -- it's hard to be that cocky and selfish in front of him. You know, when Spike was brought in here the night of his accident -- the barely alive Kendall in labor, Ian on the way, and everything that followed. Now, I saw Kendall go through hell, and my brother-in-law, my -- my mother, Ryan. But I also saw how they all came together. They leaned on each other, and they got through it. And why am I saying this to you?
Julia: Because it had a big effect on you?
Josh: I think it had a bigger effect on my nephews pulling through.
Julia: You know, you're starting to sound like somebody who believes in family.
Josh: Yeah. Who knew?
Kendall: I was going to tell you about Dr. Hilliard.
Zach: Yeah? When?
Kendall: When the time was right.
Zach: The right time would've been when I asked you a direct question, and you decided to lie to me.
Kendall: Try to see it from my point of view, ok? The last time I took Spike to see Dr. Hilliard, everyone went crazy.
Zach: People went crazy because you took him out of the hospital without telling anybody.
Kendall: No, everyone freaked out because Dr. Hilliard isn't mainstream -- like I would take Spike to see some witch doctor or something. But Spike was never at risk. I know a lot more about Dr. Hilliard now, and I'm telling you, I am convinced that he can cure Spike, he can help him.
Zach: In secret?
Kendall: It was my idea to keep the whole thing quiet. You don't understand, Zach, I -- I'm so convinced that this doctor is going to work that I had to beg him to take Spike's case.
Zach: Since when do you have to beg a doctor to take a case?
Kendall: Since Ryan came with me and treated the man like a criminal.
Zach: So Ryan is part of this?
Kendall: Yeah, but he was such a jerk to Dr. Hilliard. I mean, he -- he even hired Aidan to investigate the man, for God sakes.
Zach: At least somebody's thinking clearly.
Kendall: But they didn't find -- there's nothing to find. Dr. Hilliard's a reputable doctor.
Zach: Hey, let me ask you something. We were standing right here this morning. You were telling me how happy you were, how confident you were in the future, how Spike was getting better, and we were working together -- together -- and this whole time, you were sitting on this? Were you ever going to tell me?
Kendall: Yes, of course.
Zach: "When the time is right"?
Kendall: Zach, the only reason that I didn't tell you was because I was afraid that you would react the same way Ryan did.
Zach: I'm not Ryan.
Ryan: What's going on with you, Annie, what's wrong?
Pilot: Well, it looks like it's going to be a while, folks. Feel free to go ahead and us your electronic devices, and the attendants will go ahead and serve drinks on the house. Again, sorry for the delay.
Annie: Nothing is wrong, I just want off this plane.
Ryan: Ok, well, just, you know, take it easy.
Annie: Right, sure -- "take it easy." God, could it be any hotter in here? It's like a sauna. Oh.
Ryan: Oh, you're wearing your mom's watch.
Annie: Yeah -- seeing my dad. I'm going to take it off when we get home, though. I'm going to pack it away.
Ryan: You know what I'm going to do, is I'm going to fix it so that you can wear it.
Annie: No. I don't want you to fix it.
Ryan: Ok, fine. I mean, you do whatever you want.
Annie: I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I'm being a complete bitch, I know.
Ryan: I just -- I just really want to know what's going on between you and your dad, because, from what I saw -- to be completely honest -- looked like a show.
Annie: "A show"?
Ryan: Yeah, it looked like two people trying to be polite to each other. Is that for my benefit?
Annie: It'll never be easy with my dad, Ryan, because he misses my mom. And because he's deaf and alone, and there's nothing I can do about it. I'm tired. I'm going to close my eyes for a little while. Maybe when I wake up, this mess will be over with. Oh.
Greenlee: You want to talk egos and disappointment, Erica? Look in the mirror. You've spent a lifetime screwing yourself over, not to mention anyone that's gotten in the way of you and your reflection.
Erica: Oh, please.
Greenlee: I mean, how many husbands have you had? How many times do you have to get married to get it right? How completely have you jerked around my father?
Erica: Oh, you don't have a clue about what goes on between your father and me.
Greenlee: Oh, yeah, I do. When he's around, you want nothing to do with him. But if he dares to step outside of your territory, you take that big, long hook of yours and try to reel him back in. You don't want him, but nobody else can have him, either -- am I close?
Erica: Jack is the love of my life. Well, you know what? My relationship with Jackson is so far beyond anything that you could even begin to understand.
Greenlee: I completely understand. You've hurt him enough. Just leave him alone.
Erica: And if I don't? What will you do, Greenlee? Will you put me in the back seat of your car, drive off another cliff?
Zach: I told you I would support you in anything you want to do. If you want to look into alternative medicines, I'll do that with you.
Kendall: But you've been nothing but -- but negative about Dr. Hilliard.
Zach: You haven't given me a chance to be on your side. So many questions and not enough answers. I know you want Spike to be better -- not just better, you want him to be perfect, because you're his mom.
Kendall: I don't need your permission or your approval. I know what I'm doing.
Zach: Hey, listen to me, you're scared. You're racing towards the one answer that you want to hear.
Kendall: I -- Spike can be cured, I know that he can!
Zach: And if anybody else has an answer, you don't want to hear it, because we're wrong, and you're right.
Kendall: No, I know that there's a cure, I know there is! We just have to find it! I -- I won't not look because some doctors think that Spike's deafness is permanent.
Zach: It's a possibility we have to consider.
Kendall: You're already there, aren't you? Did you even mean what you said when you -- you told me that you would help me look for a cure, Zach. I mean, were you just humoring me? Be honest. You think that I should just give up and accept that Spike will be deaf for the rest of his life, just like Ryan has?
Zach: Yes, I do.
Ryan's voice: "A Chicago man miraculously survived a fall from a fourth-story window at the Chicago Corners apartment complex early yesterday evening. Walter Novak, local music teacher, sustained serious head injuries and is in critical condition. The cause of the fall is under investigation."
[Annie dreams about the pocket watch she's wearing around her neck and gasps as she wakes up with a start]
Ryan: Annie? What's going on with you?
Erica: Don't you ever accuse me of hurting anyone that I love, not after what you've done to Kendall and her two little boys.
Greenlee: I've tried to help them.
Erica: "Help"? How, Greenlee? What are you talking about? What have you done?
Greenlee: Nothing. Just forget it. You wouldn't even understand.
Erica: There is nothing you can do to help Kendall or her little boys, so you stop trying and stop interfering and leave them alone! You leave my family alone!
Kendall: So you think there's no hope for Spike.
Zach: That's not what I said.
Kendall: You think Spike is permanently deaf.
Zach: Dr. Norton is the leading specialist in the country.
Kendall: Oh. Well, then it must be etched in stone.
Zach: And his diagnosis was pretty clear.
Kendall: Yes, I know what he said, Zach. I just can't believe that you said it. So -- so all of this -- this encouragement and support -- were you just -- you were humoring me, is that it? The poor, whacked-out mother in denial? What, did you think that I would just forget after a while, that I would just give up? Have you ever known me to give up on anything?
Kendall: Ok, then why in the hell would you think that you could humor me into accepting that Spike will be permanently deaf?
Zach: There are other options.
Kendall: That's not good enough.
Zach: He can hear again with implants.
Kendall: Right. Not in the water. Implants can't be worn in the water. So when the other kids are swimming and they're -- they're playing Marco Polo and having fun, Spike will be sidelined. I mean, is that what you want for him?
Zach: There's more to life than a pool party.
Kendall: Right. Ok, well, there's school. And a lot of schools don't accept children with cochlear implants. So what if -- what if Spike wants to go to the same school as his friends but he can't, because of the implants?
Zach: He can hear again -- isn't that the important thing?
Kendall: Oh. Zach, the device was -- the device will be outside of his head! People will see it, they'll see it, and they'll know that he's deaf. And they'll take advantage of him, and they'll treat him differently!
Zach: No one's taking advantage of our boy.
Kendall: I don't want my son to go to some special schools! I -- I don't want him in special classes, ok? I don't want people talking to him slowly and treating him like he is some invalid. I don't want my child to -- to not have the things that the other children get. It's not going to happen, no, no, no! I will not let that happen to Spike.
Zach: You're just going to keep doing what you're doing, huh? Your own thing? Cutting me out of it? Cutting everybody out of it? Hiding things?
Kendall: I will do whatever it takes to help my son.
Annie: It was just a stupid dream.
Ryan: Do you want to talk about it a little bit -- that might help.
Annie: Oh, my God, what are you doing?
Ryan: Doing some research.
Annie: On my father?
Ryan: You don't want to talk about it, I want to help, and this is a good way to do that.
Annie: By snooping into my family?
Ryan: Why did you lie to me again, Annie?
Annie: You --
Ryan: Why did you tell me that your father fell down some stairs when he was -- he fell out of a four-story window?
Annie: You had no right.
Ryan: Annie --
Annie: No, would you stop, Ryan? Just stop. Stop pushing, stop prying, stop sticking your nose into something that you can't change -- something that you don't need to know about.
Ryan: Why did you lie to me?
Annie: What happened with my family years ago is none of your damn business.
Flight attendant: Excuse me. Is there a problem?
Annie: Yes, there is -- there is a problem -- we're on this plane, and I need to get off -- off of it now.
Flight attendant: It shouldn't be much longer.
Annie: No, you don't understand. I need off it now. I want you to open that door, and I'll walk to the terminal myself.
Flight attendant: I'm sorry. It's against regulations.
Annie: "Regulations"? I'll tell you what you can do with your regulations.
Ryan: Annie, Annie, Annie, sit down, sit down. We're fine, there's no problem here, thank you very much. Thank you. Take it easy, all right? Just -- just take it easy.
Annie: Stop, don't touch me. Ryan, I'm sorry.
Pilot: Ladies and gentlemen, good news -- we've arrived at the gate. You are free to deboard the plane.
Annie: I'm sorry.
Ryan: For what? Because you lied to me about your father or because I found out?
Annie: I'm sorry I got so upset.
Ryan: You know everything about me. You know about my past, you know about my family, you know about my flaws. You know everything.
Annie: I know.
Ryan: And when I try to ask you about yours, you just slam the door in my face.
Annie: It's in the past.
Ryan: Like hell it is. Whatever it is that's still bothering you, it's not over, Annie. And if you keep hanging on to it like you are, it never will be.
Julia: Hey, look at that. Looks like he wants his Uncle Josh to pick him up.
Josh: Hmm. Can't wait till the day that I can.
Julia: Yeah. I know that it's normal for preemies Ian's age to reach out and stretch, but every time I see it, it's just so amazing. He should still be in his mom's tummy swimming around and here he is -- he's fighting and growing and getting stronger. He's a miracle baby. All kids are.
Josh: How's your little miracle?
Julia: Kathy? She's perfect. I can't believe she's going to be starting school soon. You know, she's had her outfit picked out for days, right down to the little socks.
Julia: And she's been practicing her reading in case there's a test the first day. And -- but you don't want to hear all this.
Josh: Sure I do. Hell, maybe one day, I think I might have a kid or two of my own.
Julia: You, who said you never wanted to be tied down -- you want kids?
Josh: Yeah, who knew, right? Then again, who knows if I'd even be good at this whole dad thing anyway?
Julia: I'm sure -- and I think Ian would agree with me -- I think you'd make a great father.
[Looking through Ian's gifts, Erica finds a little book with the date July 26, 2007 printed on the front cover]
Greenlee: What's this -- happy hour?
Jack: Hey, sweetheart. We were just talking about you.
Greenlee: Is that good?
Jack: Oh, you might be surprised. Have a seat.
Greenlee: Is it safe?
Jack: Oh. Excuse me. Ahem. Hello?
Erica: Jack? I'm at Fusion. I really need to see you.
Jack: What's wrong? Hello? I'm afraid I'm not going to be able to stay. I'm going to have to take off. Listen --
Jack: It was -- yeah. I'm sorry. It was --
Jack: Good to talk to you.
Aidan: Good to see you, too.
Jack: Yeah. See you later, sweetheart.
Singer: When you think you're about to give in hold on
Greenlee: So, what'd you say to my father?
Aidan: What didn't I say? Sit down. Just about, you know, you and me on the couch, your pretty pink knickers on the floor.
Greenlee: No, you did not.
Aidan: They were very pretty, by the way.
Greenlee: Are you serious? Did he guess? Does -- does he know? Did you say anything?
Aidan: "To the grave" -- remember?
Greenlee: Huh -- good. Just as long as we're clear.
Greenlee: It was fun -- I mean, um, you were fun, just so you know.
Aidan: You were, too.
Greenlee: Not that it matters because it was a mistake, a total, complete mistake. You agree, right?
Aidan: Yeah. Um -- absolutely. It'll never happen again.
Singer: And we hide it
Kendall: Don't ask me not to help my son.
Zach: It's "your" son now, your son -- nobody else's?
Kendall: Oh, come on, don't be ridiculous. That's not what I mean.
Zach: That's what you said. We're a family. We discuss things together, and we decide things together.
Kendall: Yes, but your mind is completely closed.
Zach: What, and yours isn't? I say something you don't like, and you cut me out of the process.
Kendall: I'm just trying to do what's best for Spike.
Zach: Listen, we're on the same team, so one more time, for the record -- if you want to look into alternative medicine, I will do that with you.
Kendall: As long as it's not Dr. Hilliard.
Zach: I don't care if it's Dr. Hilliard -- I don't care who it is. But I'm going to need more than a bottle of vitamins and a pamphlet. Come on, I'm skeptical. I have a right to be skeptical, and I have the right to say it.
Kendall: Yeah -- Zach? You're right. Of course, you do. I'm sorry, ok? I'm sorry. I don't -- I don't want to keep this from you. I don't -- I hate keeping things from you. I want us to do this together, I do.
Zach: You mean it?
Kendall: I mean it. If you talk to Dr. Hilliard, you'll see that he -- he really is Spike's best hope. You'll see he's legitimate.
Zach: Let's give it a shot. We'll go see your Dr. Hilliard. But our family is not just you and me anymore. We'll all go -- you, me, Annie, and Ryan.
Kendall: No. No -- not Ryan.
Julia: Oh, I'm actually off-duty. I didn't even notice.
Josh: Would you like to grab a cup of coffee before you go home?
Julia: Oh, no. I -- I got to get going.
Josh: Another time.
Julia: On second thought -- uh, a cup of caffeine sounds good.
Josh: All right. I want a full report on dinner. My nephew -- he's crazy about the chow here.
Greenlee: Well, I'm glad that I ran into you. It's -- it's good to know we're on the same page.
Aidan: Same paragraph, same line.
Greenlee: Oh, what a relief, because now we can go back to being friends again.
Aidan: Friends -- without benefits.
Greenlee: Right, because it's -- it's easier and -- smarter, too.
Aidan: Well, that's us, right? Smart friends?
Singer: We're trying to get it right
Aidan: I'll see you around.
Singer: Over and over and over
Jack: Hey. So what's going on? What's -- what's wrong?
Erica: Ian was born on -- he was born six weeks ago. He's still in the hospital. I want it over, Jack. I want the baby home in his crib where he belongs. I want Kendall to be able to make play dates for Spike, not -- not doctor's visits and trips to the hospital. I want some happiness for my daughter and her family. When did that become too much to ask for?
Erica: No, I'm -- I'm all right.
Jack: No, you're not, and that's why you called me.
Erica: I don't want to be alone right now.
Jack: Come on.
Zach: Did you hear anything I said to you? We have an agreement -- no more secrets, right?
Kendall: Ryan will try to stop me.
Zach: He's Spike's dad -- you don't want to say something to him?
Kendall: Does -- I want to wait until we see if Dr. Hilliard's treatment works.
Zach: No! Not if the treatments work or they don't work -- you tell him now!
Kendall: Whose side are you on?
Zach: I'm on Spike's side. I want to do what's best for him.
Kendall: That's exactly what I'm doing.
Zach: Behind his father's back.
Kendall: Ryan will shut Dr. Hilliard down. I -- I don't want to miss out on Spike's chance for a cure, because his father is unreasonable.
Zach: Either you tell Ryan or I will.
[Door closes when Ryan and Annie enter the house]
>> On the next "All My Children" --
J.R. (to Amanda): Ava is going to make me independently wealthy. She just don't know it yet.
Jonathan: Don't you think that we should take this party somewhere else?
Ryan (to Kendall): I don't ever want to hear you badmouth Greenlee again, because you're acting just like her.
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