AMC Transcript Monday 10/29/07

All My Children Transcript Monday 10/29/07


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Annie: When were you going to tell me you're dying?

Richie: Ahem. I'm dying. Isn't that what you want me to say? I mean --

Annie: Richie?

Richie: Well, aren't we all dying? I mean, every day is another step closer to that long dirt nap. But I'm going to stay off that last step for another, I don't know, 75 years or so. What's going on, Annie?

Annie: Richie, for once in your life, be straight with me. Are you sick? These are yours.

Ryan: Where did you get that?

Annie: Babe found them and checked out the name with a doctor. It's a clinical trial drug used for the final stages of leukemia.

Ryan: Leukemia?

Annie: So? The medicine is yours -- why won't you say it?

Ryan: Because, Annie, he's not sick. He's not dying -- this is what he does. It's a lie.

Erica: Are you going to help me or not?

Adam: Huh. You want me to help? You must be desperate.

Erica: Well, I mean, we've certainly turned to each other before in moments of crisis.

Adam: Yeah, with various methods of success. I think maybe you better ask somebody else.

Erica: Adam, no one else knows how to make the impossible happen like you do. And besides, quite frankly, you are the only person that I can trust in this particular situation.

Adam: You keep buttering me up, I may have to get my cholesterol checked.

[Adam chuckles]

Erica: No, no, no. I'm not asking you to do anything that you haven't done before. I just need to have someone committed to a sanitarium against their will.


Kendall: Greenlee, I thought that you would be here first.

Zach: Greenlee?

Kendall: Yeah. Um -- well, she asked me to -- to meet her here. It was about work.

Zach: Yeah?

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: I thought you had a play date here.

Kendall: Well, you know Greenlee. She's -- she had some deadline and, you know, she's always so last-minute. You know how these things are.

Zach: Mm-hmm. Hey. But I thought you didn't want him anywhere near Greenlee.

Kendall: Yeah. Yeah, you're right. I -- I shouldn't even be here. I -- I should never have brought him here. I --

Zach: It's ok.

Kendall: No, is it? I mean, I -- I'm just -- I'm all over the place lately. I can't even think straight anymore.

Zach: Why don't you let me do the thinking for a while, starting right now. Let's take our son home -- you want to do that?

Kendall: Yeah.

Zach: Ok.

[Zach reaches into Kendall's bag and pulls out her handgun]

Zach: Kendall?

Singer: Don't want to be your bride you can do what you want for the rest of your life

Greenlee: You know where they are, don't you?

J.R.: Whatever happened to "nice to see you, J.R."? "Have a nice day"?

Greenlee: I'm about to tell Kendall everything, but before I wreck her life, I'd like to know for sure. Answer the question.

J.R.: Oh, if -- if you're talking about those frozen embryos that Zach didn't destroy, the answer is yes, I do know everything.

Greenlee: Tell me where they are, J.R.

J.R.: Tell you? I'd give you the grand tour. You could walk out there with all your mini-yous -- I mean, that was if, say, I was in the mood.

Greenlee: Ok. I'll play. What do I have to do to get you in the mood?

J.R.: I want Ava Benton's contract.

Greenlee: Is that all? Fine, great. Take her, she's yours.

J.R.: Well, there is one more little thing.

Greenlee: Oh, right. I should've known. What?

J.R.: I want all your Fusion stock. Well, if you need some time to think about it, that's fine. Can I get the lady a drink?

Greenlee: Go to hell. No, thank you.

J.R.: Oh, come on, Greenlee. You're a businesswoman. Think about it.

Greenlee: I don't have to.

J.R.: You can get what you want, I get the company that I need, and you go shopping for baby booties.

Greenlee: Why don't you just ask for one of my internal organs?

J.R.: This is a legitimate offer.

Greenlee: God, I should've so expected this. This is total you -- bottom-feeding parasite.

J.R.: We could talk about my position on the food chain later. This is a once-in-a-lifetime offer. You decide to pass, you're going to regret it for the rest of your life.

Adam: So who is it you want to railroad into a life of basket weaving?

Erica: Ah. Oh, the "whom" isn't important, just tell me how.

Adam: Erica, I don't think I can help you until you give me a name.

Erica: Well, why does that matter?

Adam: What you're asking isn't easy. It requires finesse, a knowledge of the personality of the person you're dealing with if you're going to effectively exploit the victim's weaknesses.

Erica: Oh, I would hardly call -- look, it's personal. Could we just get on with it? I've got to protect Kendall. I've got to protect her before something really awful happens to her.

Adam: Oh, Erica, you devil. You want to commit Greenlee.

Greenlee: Forget it, J.R.

J.R.: I'm trying to help you out.

Greenlee: No, I'm not interested. I'm not giving my shares to you or anyone else. I started Fusion. I nurtured it, I fought for it.

J.R.: And you abandoned it once, if I'm not mistaken.

Greenlee: And then I came back, and I poured my heart and soul into it all over again.

J.R.: Oh, that's touching. Does Fusion call you "Mommy"? Hmm? Do you -- does it give you hugs? Does it give you kisses at night?

Greenlee: Why are you doing this?

J.R.: Because I told you -- Fusion's just a company. But kids -- I mean, the way that they put all their trust in the world in you -- I mean, that's what life's all about. That's the reason we get up in the morning.

Greenlee: I have plenty of reason to get up in the morning.

J.R.: Yeah, like yell at your staff, sell a few more shades of lipstick? I don't think so.

Greenlee: I love Fusion.

J.R.: I love my yacht, but I'd sink it in a heartbeat if I had to give up Little A.

Greenlee: J.R., you have never built anything in your life, not with Daddy handing you the keys first.

J.R.: Yeah, that's why I plan on building something that's sure to impress him.

Greenlee: Sure you do, by extorting my company from me.

J.R.: Look, a company is a company. Just give it up already. Why don't you start a new one, one with its own on-site nursery so you can bring the kidlets to work?

Greenlee: How does Kendall fit into this whole big, grand scheme of yours?

J.R.: She doesn't. It's between you and me.

Greenlee: Are you forgetting we're partners?

J.R.: I'll work on that.

Greenlee: No, J.R. I have caused Kendall enough heartache to last a lifetime. There is no way I am handing you my shares and forcing her to be partners with the man who almost killed her. I'm not doing that to Kendall, not even to claim my own babies.

Zach: What's this about?

Kendall: I just thought that -- sorry.

Zach: You just thought what? What were you going to do?

Kendall: I hate her. I hate her, and I want her out of our lives.

Zach: I told you, Greenlee will be out of our lives.

Kendall: Yeah -- when, Zach? I'm tired of worrying about -- about where Greenlee's going to be. I am afraid, ok? I'm afraid that she's going to keep hurting our sons. I'm afraid that she's going to hurt us.

Zach: I promise you that Greenlee will not be part of our future. Now, what happened here?

Kendall: When -- when we met at the condo and -- and we were talking, you should've heard the things that she said. She is not done with us, Zach. She's got plans. She has plans to keep us in her life, ok? She learned sign language. Does that sound like a woman who intends to move on?

Zach: You don't think this is extreme?

Kendall: Well, I'm tired.

Zach: Huh.

Kendall: Ok? I'm tired. I'm tired of worrying about Greenlee. I'm -- I'm tired of being afraid.

Zach: Tired? So you come to the park with a gun, with our little boy, to solve a problem?

Kendall: Oh, my God. What have I done?

Zach: You haven't done anything. It's not loaded. So, what were you going to do, hit her over the head with it or scare her? What was your plan?

Kendall: I don't know, I don't know -- I don't know what I was going to do, but you're right. This is not -- this is not normal. This is not -- I'm not thinking straight, ok? I -- I'm freaking out here. I -- I mean, I'm a horrible mother. What kind of a mother would put her son in this position? I can't do this anymore, all right? I can't do this. I don't know what's going on, but I can't live like this anymore. I'm sick of living like this.

Zach: Hey, come here. Hold on to me. Come here. I'm not going to let you drop.

Richie: Ahem. Finally, your husband gets it right.

Annie: So you're not sick?

Richie: I don't know where Babe got this bottle or who's playing you, but, hey, it looks real. Then again, so does fake blood, doesn't it, sis?

Annie: So you're denying it's true? You're not terminally ill?

Richie: Well, how could I argue with Ryan? If he says so, I guess I'm not. I mean, how many cons did you pull in your day, big boy?

Ryan: I don't even know why you're wasting your breath, Annie. This is just another one of his scams to suck you in.

Richie: Stick with Ryan on this one. You caught me -- props all around.

Annie: Richie, if you are sick --

Richie: Sorry to disappoint you, but I'm going to be around for a long, long time.

Ryan: I got to hand it to Richie. I mean, this is a whole new move. Is he dying? Isn't he? Do you want his apple?

Annie: What if it isn't a lie this time?

Ryan: Annie, don't. That's exactly what he wants you to do.

Annie: I know, but think about it, Ryan -- an early release from prison? And -- and the warden and the shrink, they were all sympathetic and supportive? I mean, don't they grant early release to terminally ill prisoners?

Ryan: If Richie really was dying, how would you feel about it?

Annie: That's what kills me -- I don't know. What about you?

Ryan: Do I want him dead? No, I don't. I want to put him behind bars, far enough away that he doesn't hurt anyone. Ok, just trust me, Annie -- your brother doesn't even have a cold, all right?

Annie: Ryan, Richie's name is on the bottle.

Ryan: I know. I told you -- it's probably because he printed out the label, filled the bottle with breath mints or -- or whatever, made sure Babe was looking when he took one, threw it out knowing that Babe was watching, knowing that she'd go and pick it up, and when she did to check it out, he knew she'd come to you.

Annie: Yeah, it's just Babe seemed so sure.

Ryan: Yeah, of course -- because your brother is good at what he does.

Annie: I know, but it is possible that just this once --

Ryan: Hey, hey, hey, hey, hey. Your brother drowned a kid for his baseball card. He pushed your father out of a window. He stalked and harassed you. He risked his life to prove a point, and those are just the things that we know that he's done.

Annie: So what are we supposed to do -- just say, "Ok, he's dying -- so be it? So what?"

Ryan: Don't do it, Annie. Don't start feeling sorry for your brother, because he will use that sympathy to hurt you.

Babe: You saw Annie?

Richie: Oh, yeah. Mm-hmm.

Babe: Well, don't stop there. Let me have it.

Richie: I like you, Babe. You know that. We went on a couple of dates, had some fun. We connected. I wanted to pursue it, see where we might end up. You said no. I respected that.

Babe: And I appreciate it.

Richie: Then why are you messing with my life?

Babe: I didn't mean to. I saw you throw away the pill bottle.

Richie: No, no. What I do is my business. This is my life, this is mine. You barely know me. You can't invade my privacy and then go talk about something you know absolutely nothing about.

Babe: I was worried.

Richie: Why?

Greenlee: Kendall is -- "was" my best friend.

J.R.: It's definitely past tense, because she hates your guts. Everybody knows it. Um -- so does Zach Slater, maybe even more if that's even possible.

Greenlee: J.R., you don't have a clue about my relationship with Kendall.

J.R.: Well, really? Sounds like you don't, either.

Greenlee: But why would you? Why would you understand? It's not like you've ever had a real friend in your life.

J.R.: Fine. I'm a friendless pig, and you're a childless executroid.

Greenlee: You're such a jerk.

J.R.: Yeah, but I'm a jerk with a kid. Hey, you could have your own. You could have dozens of them if you'd just make this deal with me. Hey, but you know what? Maybe I would even throw in -- hmm -- a baby shower.

Greenlee: Those embryos are mine. I paid for them in so many ways and now, you want me to pay for them all over again?

J.R.: I'm waiting.

[Greenlee smacks J.R.]

Adam: Erica, you continue to delight me.

Erica: Really, Adam --

Adam: Your enterprise, your determination to win the advantage at any cost -- it's fabulous.

Erica: Adam, this is not a game of tennis we're talking about. I don't feel good about this.

Adam: Oh, and I feel your pain.

Erica: Adam, I have no choice.

Adam: That's what I love about you. This is Erica Kane, who once again bends the world to her will in any way she can.

[Adam chuckles]

Adam: I think this calls for a drink.

Erica: Adam? Greenlee poses a real threat to my daughter. She is on the verge of doing something really crazy again.

Adam: Women on the verge -- hmm. I think that -- I love that.

[Adam chuckles]

Erica: Ok, you know what? If you're not going to take this seriously, maybe you're right. Maybe I should go somewhere else.

Adam: Well, where are you going to go? You going to go to Opal, maybe, and Myrtle -- put on a white Jacket and give them a Greenlee-sized butterfly net?

Erica: This is not a laughing matter, Adam.

Adam: Well, all right, fine. What is it you think Greenlee is up to?

Erica: Whatever it is, it is not just about hurting my daughter Kendall and her family. Jack is so desperate. He -- he wants to be supportive, he wants to be loving, and he just -- he just refuses to see what Greenlee is capable of.

Adam: So you want to help protect Jack, as well?

Erica: Yes, of course I do. I mean, he's convinced himself that Greenlee has changed and, of course, she hasn't, so it's up to me. I've got to make this preemptive strike now to protect my family. She cannot hurt any more of the people I love.

Adam: So you just want to get her out of town at all cost.

Erica: I am trying to protect my daughter, I'm trying to save Greenlee from herself, and I am trying to save Jack from any more heartache.

Adam: And no matter how you try to justify it, we both know that what you really want is Greenlee gone.

Erica: Look, if you're not going to help me, why don't you just say so?

Adam: No, no, no, quite the contrary. I'm interested -- I'm very interested in helping you save the world from Greenlee Smythe. After all, it's for our family. Right?

J.R.: Your wind-up is good, but your delivery needs just a little bit of work.

Greenlee: You greedy, evil son of a --

J.R.: Can I get another club soda, please?

Greenlee: You're going to hold my potential children ransom, you're going to steal more from me? You are a bloodsucking --

J.R.: All right, I get the point. But you need to watch your temper if you ever want to be a mom.

Greenlee: I get that we're not friends. I get that maybe you would want something for helping me to get my embryos back. I even get the Ava thing -- you want to sleep with her. But my Fusion shares?

J.R.: This is my only chance to get my beauty network off the ground. I need Ava -- not in bed. And to have half the shares of a hot little company like Fusion, that -- that gives me that opportunity.

Greenlee: I'll never hand my Fusion shares over.

J.R.: Really? Not even for the little pitter-patter of feet?

Greenlee: This is extortion, J.R. It's against the law.

J.R.: In the real world, yes. But your future babies are in Zach Slater's world, and we both know that Mr. Slater is above the law.

Zach: Spike went right down. Talk to me.

Kendall: You should be yelling and screaming at me.

Zach: Come here.

Kendall: Oh.

[Kendall chuckles]

Kendall: Hmm.

Zach: Is that better?

Kendall: I'm a crazy person. I have completely lost my mind.

Zach: Yes and yes. But you're also a very brave person.

Kendall: I don't know, Zach. I'm -- honestly, I'm a mess. I'm a huge mess. I -- I put Spike in danger. What kind of a mother does something like that?

Zach: The kind of mother who had to fight for both her boys for months -- their health, their lives. The kind of mother who won't take no for an answer. The kind of mother who won't give up. And no matter how badly she's beaten and battered, she'll never lie down. But today, whatever you thought you were going to do to Greenlee, it stops right here and right now.

[Music plays at The Comeback]

Babe: You want to know why I told Annie?

Richie: How about why you give a damn in the first place?

Babe: Compassion, one human being to another.

Richie: If you say so.

Babe: Look, Annie's my friend. I thought she deserved to know.

Richie: Oh, Annie doesn't give a damn about me. She doesn't want to breathe my air or share my space. Hell, I bet she and that crazy old man of hers probably did the happy dance when you told them.

Babe: Then you do have leukemia?

Richie: Now, did I say that?

Babe: But what were those pills? You said something about an old baseball injury that --

Richie: Oh, you are not going to let this drop, are you?

Babe: I'm sorry if you're angry.

Richie: I'm not angry. I'm not angry. I just -- I don't need this right now.

Babe: Look, Richie, if you're sick, you need to --

Richie: I keep wondering why you care. I mean, this isn't your problem.

Babe: I do care, Richie. I can't help it.

Singer: There was no reason to keep us apart

Annie: It's not Richie I feel sorry for -- it's me.

Ryan: Why?

Annie: When Babe told me that my brother could be -- you know what I felt? Nothing. I mean, my brother, Richie, he's -- he's done horrible things, and he has no conscience. But he is my brother. He's my flesh and blood. He's my history. I should feel some sort of compassion for him, right?

Ryan: If you did, it would scare the hell out of me. Annie, don't let your brother get to you, ok? He knows how loving you are. He knows how big your heart is. That's why it's such a perfect way to manipulate you, to play the death card, to let you think that his days are numbered -- you know, that he's a changed man -- because he wants something from you. He wants revenge. He wants payback. Or maybe it is just his sick idea of having fun.

Annie: I can't just ignore this, Ryan. I can't chalk it up to being one of Richie's scams and just move on.

Ryan: Listen to me, listen to me. Until we have proof that Richie is sick, you have to believe that this is a scam, ok? This is a way for us to drop our guard, so that he can move in and do whatever damage he has planned. I'm not going to let him come between us. I'm not. Ok?

Richie: You care for me? That is not a very popular position these days, but don't worry, I will keep it between us. I'll take it right to the grave.

Babe: How can you joke about it?

Richie: Oh, because this all is just one big cosmic joke, isn't it? I mean -- I mean, if it were true.

Babe: God, you are impossible.

Richie: No, I'm happy, because you care.

Babe: Ok, you know what? Just stop for a second, Richie. If you're sick, you don't need to be alone. This is when you need your family and friends. If there's a chance that you can patch things up with Annie --

[Richie coughs]

Richie: Oh, yeah. Um -- I'm actually more interested in my chances with you. Could you be my own private little nurse? That smile will make a dead guy live.

Babe: Ok, you are so not going to give me a straight answer, are you?

Richie: Feeding me soup, holding my hand until I fall asleep. Fluffing my pillows. Yeah, what guy wouldn't want you to be his last night?

Babe: Richie, do you have leukemia or not?

Zach: No more guns. Promise me that. You want to get rid of Greenlee, I get that. I want the same thing, but that's probably not the way to do it.

Kendall: Well, what am I supposed to do? Am I supposed to wait for karma to kick in? For cosmic justice to punish her?

Zach: Hey, the only justice we need is Ian home, healthy, and Spike well enough to go through his surgery, and the four of us under one roof, healthy, safe. That's all the justice I want.

Kendall: If it happens. I mean, there's always a setback. There's always something that comes up. When Joe told us that Spike might not be able to get the implant, I went right back to the night that Greenlee changed our lives. I wanted -- I wanted to change everything. I wanted to -- I wanted to change the hell that she put us through. I wanted to get rid of Greenlee.

Zach: I know. But think about it. We're this close to getting everything that we want. You want to jeopardize that?

Kendall: I'm sorry, Zach. The whole thing today with the gun and Spike -- I know it was crazy.

Zach: Mm-hmm.

Kendall: Yeah. I just snapped. I totally lost myself.

Zach: And now you're going to find yourself again. We're this close. You just got to believe it'll happen. And don't worry about Greenlee. Justice will come.

J.R.: You know, you can go to Slater, you can stamp your feet, shake your finger at him, demand those eggs. And after he's done laughing, do you know what's going to happen then? But, hey, you always have Fusion. What? What are you going to do? You going to hit me again, huh? Hmm?

Greenlee: Maybe this is just business to you with a side of rubbing it in my face. Those embryos are the promise of a future I have wanted for so long. I thought it was gone forever. I mourned each and every one as if it were already a child. And now, a miracle -- they're ok. I can start dreaming again.

J.R.: And you can still have those dreams. But you know what you have to do.

Greenlee: Yeah, for a price. This beauty network, J.R. -- is that your dream of a lifetime? Do you eat it, breath it, sleep it? Or is it -- or is it just contacts and contracts?

J.R.: It'll do till another dream comes along. As far as you're concerned, you got 24 hours to figure it out. Fusion or your future children. Hmm?

Erica: I knew you'd help me.

Adam: Yeah. How could I say no?

Erica: But tell me something, Adam. What did Greenlee do to you?

Adam: Well, what she did to your family -- isn't that enough?

Erica: Well, not for you. I mean, Adam Chandler never gets involved in anything unless there's something in it for him. So tell me, what did she do? Something to your family?

Adam: When Greenlee came back, she made trouble for this town. I think what we're doing is a community service.

Erica: Yeah.

Adam: You may even get a medal.

[Erica laughs]

Erica: Wow, you even sound enthusiastic.

Adam: Well, I'm as sorry as you are that we had to resort to this kind of tactics, but Greenlee left us no choice. No, we have to protect our families.

Erica: But you understand, of course, Adam, that not everyone is really going to understand. So it's very, very important that no one knows that I'm behind this.

Adam: Yeah, not a word. Not a word. But you must understand, sweetheart, that once Jack hears that his little girl has been put in the nut house, he's not going to stop until he finds the truth.

Erica: Look, I know that he's going to be upset. Of course, he is at first. But I know he'll understand once he actually realizes what Greenlee has been planning.

Adam: What exactly is she planning?

Erica: Look, Greenlee has harmed my family enough. I want it to end, I want it to end now, for them and for Jack.

Adam: Jack's a very lucky man. To have a woman like you who is so protective of him.

Erica: I know that I just need to restore some peace of mind to Jack's life.

Adam: By branding his daughter a lunatic and putting her in a padded cell?

Erica: If that's what it takes.

Adam: All right. Let's get started. Do we have -- do we have any proof that Greenlee's dangerous?

Erica: Are you kidding? I mean, isn't it enough that she kidnapped Kendall's little boy?

Adam: Yes, but she was never criminally charged. So do we have any evidence that we can present to the authorities that indicates that Greenlee can be dangerous? We don't, do we? Well -- all right, then I'm going to help you develop some.

Annie: I have such horrible memories of Richie. But I have other good ones. You know, ones of Richie catching the biggest fish of the day and grinning from ear to ear. Or Richie on the swings going higher and higher, laughing at the danger, thrilling the rest of us. He was the leader, the cool kid, the one we all wanted to follow, because it was always an adventure.

Ryan: I bet that that is exactly what the boy thought who Richie killed.

Annie: I know my brother is a monster. I know what he's capable of. But that day, when they called me to identify his body at the morgue, the only Richie I could think of was the -- the brother who won me a -- a stuffed animal at the county fair. So when they pulled up that sheet at the morgue, I was so scared it was going to be him. I didn't want my brother to be dead. And I still don't.

Ryan: I understand that. I do. But you have to know that that trip to the morgue was another one of your brother's games, and that guy under the sheet was probably another one of your brother's victims.

Annie: I know. I just wish Richie was more of the good memories, you know? And none of the bad.

Ryan: You can't make your brother a better man. I really wish you could. And not for Richie. For you, so that you could have the brother that you've always wanted.

Kendall: Do you think it'll ever be over?

Zach: Some night, not too far away from now, we'll both be sitting here with a nice bottle of wine at the end of the day, and if you treat me nice, I'll let you rub my feet.

Kendall: Oh?

Zach: Mm-hmm. And we'll talk about Spike and how his day was at school, and how close Ian is to walking.

Kendall: I would like that. You know, if you had not showed up today, I -- I don't know what would've happened.

Zach: But I did.

Kendall: You did, mm-hmm. Yet another rescue. Like that -- like the time that we were at Greg Madden's island, and you stopped me from doing another stupid thing. Our family exists because of you. And I almost threw it away today. And this whole time, I've been so angry at Greenlee for trying to destroy our life. And I gave her the power to do it one more time.

Zach: You still haven't told me what you wanted to do to her.

Erica: Of all the options we've considered, this really is the most humane.

Adam: Oh, yeah, not to mention ingenious. Once Mary Smythe commissions the court to commit her own daughter, nobody's going to even think about looking in our direction.

Erica: It's perfect. Except, Adam, you really do have to keep my name out of it. Because otherwise, Mary could still refuse.

Adam: Well, considering my personal history with this jet-setting gold digger, I think I can personally guarantee her cooperation.

Greenlee: You can't expect me to make a decision like this in 24 hours.

J.R.: Look, my beta site is already up and running. I don't have time for you to sit around and figure out what's more important to you -- mascara or motherhood.

Greenlee: No, that's not what I'm deciding. You don't understand at all.

J.R.: Hey, flip a coin already. Look, if you can't tear yourself away from Fusion, I need to know ASAP, so I can explore my alternatives.

Greenlee: Yeah, J.R., I'd really hate to hold up your business plans.

J.R.: Like I said, I can walk you into that storage facility and walk you out with your future children. Seems like a no-brainer to me.

Kendall: It doesn't really matter what I was going to do to Greenlee.

Zach: I'd like to know what it was.

Kendall: Zach, it's over. It's done, ok? I -- I swear to you that I am completely done with all of this crazy stuff. It's not worth it. I just want to be happy with our family. All of us. Yeah.

Ryan: Dr. Joe Martin, please. Joe, it's Ryan Lavery. Actually, I just have a question. Um -- how do you test for leukemia?

[Music plays]

Richie: So what if I did have leukemia?

Babe: Do you?

Richie: If I were sick, how would you feel?

Babe: Well, I would -- I would feel terrible. You know, for -- for you and -- and your family. You know, Annie and your father.

Richie: How about you? How would you feel?

Babe: You are really good at avoiding questions.

Singer: We'll take the moments as they come

Richie: Yeah. So are you.

Singer: Like counting stars out one by one until the morning comes and steals them all

J.R.: Hey, Babe.

Babe: Hey, yourself.

J.R.: Hey, do you think it'd be a big deal if I was able to take Little Adam to the pumpkin patch for a hayride this week, hmm?

Babe: Oh. No, no, he would love that.

J.R.: Yeah? Is that a new perfume I smell on you?

Babe: Ok, what's up with you? Did you win the lottery or something?

J.R.: Uh -- something better.

Singer: Without knowing without ever asking why we'll take the moments as they

[Greenlee sits alone crying]

Adam: Oh, yeah, Barry Shire. I don't suppose I'll learn your real reason for committing Greenlee for many years to come.

Erica: Adam, I told you, it's for my family.

Adam: Best reason of all. Oh, Barry. Yes. I'm calling about a young woman. I think you know her. It's Greenlee Smythe. Yeah, she's having some serious emotional problems lately. Uh-huh. Well, we can -- we can fill in the details later. You just get the commitment paperwork started. We'll fill in the blanks as we go along.

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

Aidan (to Greenlee): Before you give up Fusion for a giant "maybe," at least tell Ryan what you're considering.

J.R. (to Ava): I'm this close to getting what I want. Can't you just feel it?

Zach (to Ryan and Annie): We've got some news about Spike.

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