All My Children Transcript Tuesday 10/2/07
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Jack: I guess I better put myself on the other side of that door.
Jack: What, what? What? It's a beautiful day outside, we had a great night inside. My life is practically perfect.
Erica: Perfect, except for Greenlee?
Jack: Oh. Let's not start in on Greenlee, huh?
Erica: No, look, I don't want to say anything against Greenlee. I have no intentions of that. It's just that if you are concerned, of course, I want to hear.
Jack: I appreciate that. I found Greenlee in a back alley the other day up to her eyeballs in a PI case with Aidan Devane.
Erica: A PI case? Greenlee? Well, what's that about?
Jack: I have no idea. Maybe it's a distraction from her guilt or from herself or -- I don't know. She's -- she's so defensive. She's still so desperate and --
Erica: What, Jack? Dangerous?
Greenlee: Good morning, everyone. Sorry I'm late.
Amanda: Didn't even notice.
Greenlee: Oh! The Green line spring projections. I was going to do those.
Kendall: I handled it.
Greenlee: The clothes look great. Is the shoot still on?
Amanda: Yeah, if Ava decides to show up.
Babe: Yep. A little bit of fame can be dangerous.
Greenlee: I thought you were going to take care of her.
Babe: Please, nobody takes care of Ava.
Amanda: Yeah, she's like a force of nature, like raining frogs and locusts.
Babe: Oh, you got that right.
Kendall: Ok, can we get back to work, please?
Amanda: Ok, ok.
Babe: Do you think it would be possible if we could push up the strategy session an hour? I've got some plans this afternoon.
Amanda: Plans? Man plans? Do you have a date with Mr. Cute Buns again already?
Krystal: You know, I am not exactly the go-to gal when it comes to picking up man vibes, good, bad, or otherwise. But I'll tell you one thing -- that Wes is just spun gold. It's his day off, and he's come out here to help me open up.
Tad: Wow. If you want to score suck-up points with the boss, that's the way to do it.
Krystal: Well, whatever he's doing, it's working. The customers love him. He's best bartender I've ever had. And you know the cherry on the top? Not only did he save Babe's life, he put a big old smile on her face.
Tad: He put a smile on your face, too.
Krystal: Babe really deserves it.
Tad: Amen, sister.
Krystal: You know, if anybody is due for a decent time with a nice, uncomplicated guy, it's -- it's my little girl.
Richie: Little Miss Emma. You definitely have your mama's eyes.
Annie: What the hell are you up to now, Richie? Whatever it is, you will not get away with it. We are on to you. I swear, if you come near my family, if you come near my daughter, I will kill you. So? How soon can we leave?
Ryan: We can't leave.
Annie: No, we have to leave.
Ryan: It's too intense. The storm is too intense right now, Annie, ok? There's no boats, no planes -- nothing right now.
Annie: No. No, no, we have to go home today, Ryan. I -- I have a horrible feeling that if we don't, it'll be too late. No.
Ryan: So much for our second or third honeymoon.
Annie: I just want to go home.
Ryan: So do I. So do I. We just have to wait this out a little while, ok?
Annie: Our daughter is in danger, Ryan.
Ryan: Annie, nothing Richie has done suggests that he would go after Emma, nothing.
Annie: Richie is in Pine Valley, and he wants to hurt me. What better way?
Ryan: You know, what we're going to do is we're going to get copies of this made, and we're going to give it to everybody that we know, and the cops, and Richie will be found. And he'll be back in prison before you even know it, ok?
Annie: I guess it'll have to be.
Ryan: And I promise, one of these days, I'll give you an honest-to-goodness honeymoon. Sand, sea, sun, you and me.
Annie: Umbrella drinks instead of umbrellas?
Ryan: Yeah, see? Now that's the spirit. Come here. Come on.
Annie: Do you think it's jinxed?
Ryan: No, I don't.
Annie: Look at everything that has happened since you met me. Terry, Greenlee, Spike's accident, now Richie.
Ryan: Nothing can jinx true love. I read that in one of your stories.
Annie: Those are fairy tales, Ryan.
Ryan: Look, I love our children, I love us, I love our family, and I'm going to protect us. And I will get us off of this island.
Ryan: I have an idea.
Richie: Hey, do you need anything else?
Krystal: Thanks, Wes, but you really have done plenty, especially since it's your day off.
Richie: That's ok. I've got plenty of time to kill until Babe gets here.
Krystal: Yeah, she said that you were taking Little A and Emma Lavery on a picnic today, huh?
Krystal: Are you sure you're up to chasing a couple of preschoolers around?
Richie: Oh, I think I have a few surprises for them in store.
Richie: It'll be great. I love kids, so -- anyway, I'll restock the bar, and you're good to go.
Tad: Go. What are you going to do?
Tad: Don't look now, but the morning just got a whole lot more interesting.
Krystal: He is just so nice and polite and helpful.
Tad: Yeah, well, in that case, the anti-Wes just walked through your door.
Krystal: Adam, you said you weren't going to come around here. Now, what do you want?
Adam: Coffee would be good. And a few moments alone with the owner of this establishment.
Krystal: No and no.
Jonathan: Lily, hi. How are you?
Lily: I had breakfast, and I sorted the mail, and now I'm going to read the paper.
Jonathan: Well, I don't want to mess up your schedule. I just -- I was wondering if Ava was here.
Lily: No, Ava's not here now.
Jonathan: Hey, Lily, Ava didn't come back to Wildwind last night. Did she stay here?
Jonathan: Ok, well, please, I need to know -- when Ava came back here last night, was she upset?
Jonathan: Did she happen to tell you why?
Lily: No, she didn't want to talk about it. And then she punched her pillow and turned over and closed her eyes, but I think she was only pretending to sleep.
Jonathan: Did Ava mention me?
Lily: Why, are you the reason she's upset?
Amanda: Bridal gown.
Ava: What the hell is that? Is that some kind of a joke? Is everybody getting a good laugh in now?
Amanda: What are you talking about?
Ava: What, you guys just want to clean up my image a bit and marry me off, calm me down, and turn me into a married old lady? What is this?
Kendall: It's for the photo shoot.
Ava: Yeah, I'm sure. Yeah, right.
Greenlee: Hey, what is your problem?
Ava: This is my problem, Greenlee.
Babe: Stop it!
Greenlee: Stop, stop, stop.
Ava: I'm not going to wear this! I don't care what any of you say!
Amanda: It's just a photo shoot.
Kendall: Chill, chill.
Ava: You guys would like that, wouldn't you? Just shut up and marry Jonathan, do whatever he says. Right? The part of me that Fusion doesn't control, he can? Forget it!
Kendall: No --
Amanda: Freaking --
Babe: Jonathan proposed? To you?
Ava: It's awful, isn't it?
Jack: I don't know. She's trying so hard to try to make it up to the people that she's hurt. And I'm just afraid that if that doesn't go well, something pushes her the wrong way --
Erica: She's capable of doing anything. That's what you're saying.
Jack: She does mean well.
Erica: Doesn't she always?
Jack: You know what? I didn't want to get into this with you.
Erica: I know, Jack, I know. The thing is we are always in this, aren't we? I mean, it's the elephant in the room -- no matter where we are, no matter what we're doing. Greenlee -- what will she do next? Who will she hurt next?
Jack: That's not fair.
Erica: No, you know what? It's not. It's not fair. Just ask Kendall and Ryan. I'm sure they don't think it's fair that their little boy is deaf because of Greenlee. Or Zach. Even ask Zach. I mean, is it fair that that little baby, Ian, is hanging on to his life.
Jack: Ok, honey, you know what? I get the idea. What do you want Greenlee to do exactly? What do you want her to do? You want her to die? Would that make everybody happy, that satisfy everyone?
Erica: Oh, come on.
Jack: You know, she's trying. She's trying, ok? Yeah, she still does some crazy things. But she's at least making some progress her life. She's back at work, Erica.
Erica: Yeah, with Kendall. I hope you know how hard that is on Kendall.
Jack: Yes, I do. Do you have any idea how proud I am that she's making that effort? Kendall has every right to hate Greenlee, to not want her in her life at all. But she's in her life. I mean, that must mean something.
Erica: Look, I just -- I wouldn't read too much into that, Jack.
Jack: Whoa. Hey, look, they were so close, Erica. They were closer than sisters. You know, there's an old saying, "Time heals everything." Well, maybe, just maybe, it might even heal this.
Erica: What are you suggesting here?
Jack: I'm not suggesting anything. I'm just saying, I'm hoping and praying that that old saying happens to be right, and maybe someday, Kendall will be able to find her way to forgiving Greenlee.
Erica: Oh, that is never going to happen. I mean, Kendall isn't that forgiving. Nobody is. I'm sorry, Jack. I just don't see how Greenlee and Kendall could be friends again.
Jack: I'm sure you're right. Just wishful thinking on my part, I guess. I just want all our daughters to be happy.
Erica: What, Jack? What is it?
Jack: You know, it's nothing. As it's happened to you more an once, when your children are hurting or have lost their way. Greenlee, Lily --
Erica: Lily? Well, what is it? Is Lily all right?
Jack: No, yeah. No, she's -- I mean -- yeah. She loves her job at Cambias. And I think Ava being in her life has been, for the most part, a good thing. Not without its complications, however.
Erica: You mean because of Jonathan?
Jack: Yeah. It's just that both my daughters seem to have these limitations on their lives, you know? Peace, contentment, happiness always seems to be just out of their reach. I just want their dreams to come true, whatever they may be. But then, that's what we want for all our children, isn't it?
Erica: Of course it is. Yes. Jack, I just hope you can see that Kendall's dreams were taken away from her by Greenlee. And it seems like you just want to wave some magic wand and have it all be over and done and everything back to normal.
Jack: You bet. You know where I can get a wand like that? Look, I -- I just hope that forgiveness is possible -- for both of our daughters. Kendall as well as Greenlee.
Kendall: Ok, listen, a marriage proposal isn't -- it isn't exactly the worst thing in the world.
Amanda: Well, it just seems really fast. I mean, you and Jonathan might be crazy in love, but you haven't known each other that long.
Greenlee: I mean, Ava, you're kind of young to be doing the settling down thing.
Babe: Hey, I was Ava's age when I married J.R.
Kendall: Yeah, look how well that turned out.
Amanda: Did Jonathan actually buy you a ring? How many karats?
Ava: I don't know. I didn't look. I just took off.
Greenlee: Well, that sounds like a no to me.
Ava: What am I supposed to do?
Kendall: Listen, it's not as if you have to give him -- you don't have to give Jonathan the answer right away.
Amanda: Or you could just say "No, thanks" and get it over with.
Babe: Do you love him?
Ava: How am I supposed to know?
Amanda: Ok, well, that's usually the first thing on a list if you're going to --
Kendall: Ok, listen, you need to take some time to make the right decision.
Greenlee: Um -- is it just me or -- how do I say this?
Greenlee: Well, doesn't anyone else find it odd or just a little bit pervy that Jonathan wants to marry a girl who looks exactly like her sister, who, oh, by the way, he's already been married to?
Jonathan: Ava is upset because of me.
Lily: What'd you do to her?
Jonathan: I -- I didn't do anything. Well, I want to make Ava happy, and I thought I would. And something went wrong, and she took off.
Lily: Was it about sex? 69% of your problems with Ava are about sex.
Jonathan: No. No, it was -- it was about our future, actually.
Lily: I should go inside.
[Jonathan drops something]
Lily: This is a ring box. You asked Ava to marry you.
[Lily breathes rapidly]
Jonathan: Lily? Hey, Lily? Lily?
Lily: 150, 149 --
Jonathan: Lily, listen to me. Close your eyes, ok?
Lily: 147, 146 --
Jonathan: Lily, take a deep breath. Just take a deep --
Lily: 145, 144, 143, 142, 141, 140 --
Jonathan: Are you all right?
Lily: I think so.
Jonathan: I'm sorry.
Lily: You know I don't like surprises.
Jonathan: I didn't want you to find out this way.
Lily: So, are you and Ava going to get married?
Jonathan: I asked her.
Jonathan: Lily, I -- I thought that you were ok with Ava and me. Has something changed? Lily, I don't want to hurt you.
Lily: Don't! No, don't touch me!
Jonathan: I'm sorry.
Lily: I'm not Ava!
Ava: Don't you think that I already know that I look like Lily?
Babe: Ok, can we just get back to work?
Greenlee: Hey, does he ever call you Lily by mistake?
Greenlee: What? I was just curious.
Kendall: That's it, that's it. Ignore her.
Kendall: Some people act before they think.
Greenlee: Yeah, and some people can accept an apology and get past it.
Kendall: And some people think they can just toss out an "I'm sorry" and everything's ok.
Greenlee: I am sorry. I meant it.
Babe: I'm just going to get my stuff and go.
Kendall: And some people can't even hear an apology if you say it right to their face.
Greenlee: Oh, that is low.
Kendall: Well, you would know.
Greenlee: How can you say that?
Kendall: Don't get the wrong idea just because I can stand to be in the same room with you without retching.
Greenlee: Ok, I don't understand. I thought that we were ok here.
Kendall: Ah, yes.
Richie: And here's your cup.
Tad: Nice shot. Don't want to interrupt. My -- my name is Tad. We have a friend in common.
Hannah: Yeah, I know.
Tad: How's that?
Hannah: You investigated me during the Satin Slayer business.
Tad: Well, my compliments. Usually, unless I want to be, I'm not outed when I'm investigating a case.
Hannah: You investigating me now?
Tad: No. Not unless there's a reason to be. Just enjoying my morning coffee. Still, you know, somebody like you walks into a place like this to play pool alone before lunch, that's kind of unique. How often does that happen?
Hannah: Hmm. It clears my head. Do you have any more questions?
Tad: No. Actually, one. I was wondering if I could interest you in a game. 100 bucks.
Hannah: Ok. Rack 'em.
Krystal: I thought we did this, Adam. I don't want to see you. Not here, not at my house, not on the street.
Adam: You've made it abundantly clear how you feel about me.
Krystal: And yet, here you are.
Adam: For Stuart. I'm here for my brother.
Krystal: If Stuart wants to talk to me, he can come here and talk to me.
Adam: No, no, he can't. Because he's heartsick. Ever since you banished him from your home, he's been completely miserable.
Krystal: All right, you were supposed to tell him that my reasons had nothing to do with him.
Adam: I did, I did, but you've taken away one of the joys of his life. The time he spent with Colby and Jenny -- they mean more than you can ever imagine.
Krystal: It wasn't an easy decision. And Stuart out of Jenny's life is the last thing in the world that I want, but I had to do it. He has to understand that when I look at him -- I see you.
Adam: How interesting. Of all the people Stuart and I have ever known, you've been better than anyone at telling the one you love from the one you hate.
Richie: Hey, you.
Babe: Hey, yourself.
Richie: You ready for the big event?
Babe: Definitely. But I am running a little bit late. I'm just now leaving work. I'm on my way to go pick up Little Adam and Emma.
Richie: I can't wait.
Babe: Me, too. We're going to have so much fun.
Richie: You bet.
Babe: Ok, bye.
Richie: You have no idea.
[Richie secretly stashes a sharp knife into his bag]
Ryan: Come on in.
Mr. Litchfield: Only as a courtesy, Mr. Lavery. I thought I made it clear, there is no way off the island until the storm subsides.
Ryan: Actually, there is. The Coast Guard.
Mr. Litchfield: I understand you're a VIP, sir. But even VIPs can't summon the Coast Guard on a whim. They're not a taxi service for the rich and privileged.
Annie: Please -- please, you don't understand. We have to get home as soon as we can. It's my brother, and it's a matter of life and death.
Annie: My brother -- he's sick, and he's been sick for a really long time.
Mr. Litchfield: I'm sorry, but --
Annie: No, hours, Mr. Litchfield. That's all he has left.
Ryan: Yeah, and this is a -- this is a picture of Richie. This is -- he's a -- he's just a really great guy.
Mr. Litchfield: I'm sure he is, and you have my sympathy. But to arrange a Coast Guard evacuation is next to impossible. I'm sure your family will understand. A force eight storm is an impediment that cannot be --
Annie: No, you don't understand. My brother, he's never given up. He never quits, and I can't now. My brother, he's always -- he's always looked out for me, he's always taken care of me, and he needs me now. And I will not let him down. I can't. Please.
Mr. Litchfield: I'll put in a call to the Coast Guard, see what I can do. But I can't guarantee that --
Annie: Ok, thank you. Thank you, thank you. I know you can do it. Thank you so much.
Mr. Litchfield: I'll be in touch.
Ryan: Thank you.
Ryan: That was a little scary.
Ryan: Well, I mean, I knew you could tell a story, but you almost had me convinced that your brother's a saint. Are you sure that you never worked a con?
Annie: I'll do whatever it takes to keep my sick brother away from my daughter.
Jack: Honey, all I'm saying is that I would hate to see Kendall go through her life so filled with anger and hatred that she didn't get a chance to enjoy the really wonderful things that she does have in her life. I mean, she has a husband that absolutely adores her, those two boys that are going to grow up to be these wonderful, fulfilled men, a big family that just loves her so much, and, of course, a mother who wants only the best for her.
Erica: Of course, I do.
Jack: Of course, you do. And I think with your guidance, Kendall will one day be able to see that as hard as it is to forgive, it's a hell of a lot better than going around with all that hatred in her heart.
Erica: I know. I don't want that for Kendall.
Jack: She's lucky to have you, and so am I.
Erica: You know something?
Erica: I'm late. I'm late for a meeting with Pam. I'm late already. I need to go. Thank you for the most wonderful morning and night.
Kendall: When we have an audience, we bring on the hostility.
Greenlee: Well, did you have to be so --
Kendall: So hateful? Yeah. If Babe and Amanda find out that we have some sort of a truce going on, they would go straight to Zach. And we all know how Zach feels about you.
Greenlee: Yes, nuclear.
Kendall: I'm sorry I hurt your feelings, but it had to be done.
Greenlee: Fine. I -- I guess you're right. Look, I know our deal is that I promised not to go near Ian or Spike, but can I at least ask how they are?
Kendall: Uh, Ian is packing on the ounces, getting stronger every day.
Greenlee: That's great!
Kendall: Yeah, and -- and Spike, we are seriously looking into cochlear implants for him.
Greenlee: Oh! Well, that's wonderful! I mean, he'll maybe be able to hear again and -- oh. Sorry, sorry, sorry. I -- I forgot. I'm sorry.
Kendall: That's ok.
Greenlee: Well, I'm so happy for Spike and for you.
Kendall: Thanks. Can you finish those projections for me?
Greenlee: Yeah, sure. Um -- look, I know we have to play this out, you hating me, but even though we're pretending, it -- it still kills me.
Kendall: Pretending hurts me, too.
Jonathan: I know that you're not Ava. I was just trying to comfort you.
Lily: Well, there's no reason I shouldn't feel fine.
Jonathan: Lily, you can say that, but in a situation --
Lily: When people get married, everyone's happy for them. So if you marry Ava, then I should be happy for Ava and for you.
Jonathan: Lily, if you -- if you want to talk about this, I'll talk --
Lily: I got to go.
Jonathan: Lily? No, please, please, just wait one second.
Tad: Yep. That's what I get for hustling a woman who walks into a bar with her own cue.
Hannah: Well, with a little more practice, you might be ready for a rematch.
Tad: I'll keep that in mind. So, with everything that happened to you in Pine Valley, why'd you come back? You still with Cambias?
Hannah: Well -- so, you have another hustle going on?
Tad: What do you mean?
Hannah: Well, I mean, play pool to get information out of me?
Tad: No, I wasn't. That's not what was going --
Hannah: You do this often?
Tad: I don't, no. You can't blame me. Look, you're you, you know? And I happen to be the unofficial sheriff around these parts.
Hannah: Ooh. Checking out the new gunslinger?
Tad: Yeah. Something like that.
Babe: Let's go inside. Hurry! Run, there inside. Bye. Let's go! Run!
Adam: So, hate me. You want to hate me? Despise me -- hmm? Curse me to hell. I couldn't care less, because I want Stuart to be happy. And what makes Stuart happy is spending time with Colby and Jenny -- and, yes, even you. Wait, am I asking so much? It's a few hours a week.
Krystal: A few hours a week, ok. Staring at the face of someone who looks just like my ex-husband? That's a few hours too many. And I have to do what I need to survive.
Richie: What's going on, guys?
Babe: You remember Little Adam.
Richie: Hey, Little Adam. Want to give it here? Ooh, you're strong. You broke my hand.
Babe: And this, this sweet little girl, this is Emma.
Richie: Put you up here? I am --
Babe: Emma, this is my friend Wes. You want to say hi?
Richie: I am very pleased to meet you, Emma.
Little Adam: This is mine.
Richie: Who's up for a picnic?
Babe: I am!
Babe: Me, me, me!
Richie: Are you up for a picnic?
Babe: Are you? Yeah.
Richie: Well, then l's get this party started.
Annie: Why are you looking at me like that?
Ryan: Like -- like what?
Annie: My dad used to get that same look on his face when I would tell him something Richie had done. My mom and dad, they never believed me. They always thought I was lying. Is that what this is about? You think if I could pull that off, maybe what else have I been lying about?
Ryan: I'm not your father, Annie. I believe you, and nothing can change that. I guess I'm just a little bit surprised that you could spin this to make Richie look like such a dream brother, that's all.
Annie: Well, believe it or not, I've had a lot of practice. All those years growing up with Richie, I would pretend that he was an ideal brother -- kind and sweet and loyal. Sometimes I would have conversations with my imaginary brother. I wanted to love that guy so badly, and then Richie would just go do something horrible again, so --
Ryan: I've been there, actually, with my brothers. You know, for a very, very long time, I tried to see the good in Braden. In fact, I didn't -- I didn't just try to pretend, I actually lied to myself. At least with Jonathan, I get a second chance.
Annie: Yeah. I get that there's no second chance with Richie. But still, sometimes when I'm making up these fairy tales for Emma, I add in a prince, a sweet, kind, funny prince who enters a room and makes everybody smile. And in my mind, that prince still has Richie's face.
[Knock on door]
Mr. Litchfield: How soon can you pack your bags?
Annie: Oh, good. Ok. Thank you.
Jack: Lily? Honey, what is it? What -- what's wrong?
Lily: Jonathan was here.
Jack: And what happened?
Lily: He wants to marry Ava. Jonathan wants to marry my sister now.
Jack: Oh, Lily. I'm so sorry you're unhappy.
Ava: Jonathan, like, I'm really sorry I ran out on you like that. The whole marriage thing really freaked me out.
Jonathan: Yeah. It freaked Lily out, too.
Ava: What are you -- what, you told her?
Jonathan: I did.
Ava: Jon! Jonathan, what the hell were you thinking? I haven't said yes to you yet, and if I do, I'm going to be the one to tell her, not you.
Jonathan: I know, ok? I bent over to get something, the box fell out of my pocket and Lily saw it.
Ava: That's great.
Jonathan: Listen -- I've really screwed this whole thing up, haven't I? I'm sorry. I'm sorry that I dropped this on you the way that I did. I know that you have a lot going on. And I know that we haven't even known each other that long. And it's not as if I come baggage-free, you know? My past with Lily, my past in general --
Ava: Jon, that's not what --
Jonathan: But I want you to know that I know that you want it all, Ava. I know that you want movies and fans and then red carpets, awards shows, awards, multiple mansions. I want all of that for you, too. But I also think that you want a man who can protect you, a man who will always have your back, you know? A man that really loves you. I guess I should've said that to you last night because I do. I love you, with all of my heart. I want you to hold on to this.
Ava: Jonathan --
Jonathan: Just hold on to it until you decide if you want to marry me or not. Hold on to it as long as you need to.
Jack: Hey, I brought you this. I thought it might help.
Lily: Thank you.
Lily: Why are you sad?
Jack: I just love you so much.
Lily: I love you, too.
Kendall's voice: "Dear Spike, I think of you every day, dream of being with you every night. I can't wait until I really can be with you again. I love you so much."
Kendall: Mother, what are you doing?
Erica: This Greenlee project, it's over, no more.
Woman: What's this?
Second Woman: To celebrate your new job!
First Woman: I love it.
Second Woman: It's not every day my friend becomes a vice president.
First Woman: Oh. Come here, you. To friends.
Second Woman: To best friends.
Tad: You still here?
Adam: It's worth seeing you getting whipped like that at the pool table.
Tad: Yeah, I'll bet. You might want to think twice about serving the walking dead, gives the place a bad name.
Adam: That man's an idiot.
Krystal: And your time is up.
Adam: What, just like that, huh? After everything that Stuart has done for you and the kindness he's shown? And you're just going to repay him like that? Krystal, please, I'm begging. Give me another chance -- I mean, a chance to tell Stuart that he's welcome in your home again.
Krystal: You can tell Stuart that he's welcome in my home any time.
Richie: Is he with us?
Babe: Oh, yes. It's Emma's guard.
Richie: Oh, that's right. I've been meaning to ask you about that. Emma needs a guard?
Babe: Well, not with us and nobody knows where we're going, right? I could ask him to take the rest of the day off.
Little Adam: I want to take off your nails.
Babe: Yes, we might.
Richie: Well, good, because I'd like to have you all to myself, and these wild and crazy kids!
Richie: You guys ready to go?
Babe: I'm ready!
Richie: Well, let's get going! Come on.
Babe: We're hungry. Let's go. Oh! Ok, come say bye. Come on, come say bye.
Krystal: Don't eat all the food. You going to save me some?
Babe: Come here -- oh!
Krystal: A little bit?
Babe: Hey, Chuck, you don't -- actually, we're not going to be needing you the rest of the day.
Chuck: You sure?
Babe: Positive. We'll make sure Emma stays safe.
Emma: I'm getting down.
Ryan: You have no idea what this means to my wife.
Mr. Litchfield: Let's get you on the cutter and home to your brother.
Ryan: You hear that, Annie? We're going to be seeing your brother real soon.
Babe: Oh, it's so heavy. I bet Nana, I bet she put fried okra and fried chicken, yum, yum.
Richie: You know what? You are the spitting image of a girl I knew a long time ago. Hmm.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Greenlee (to Aidan): I'm not letting you kick me out of your life.
Kendall (to Erica): She does not deserve to get away with what she's done, and she won't.
Zach: You get me what I need, you get what you need.
J.R.: And Greenlee gets?
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