AMC Transcript Wednesday 10/31/07

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 10/31/07


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J.R.: Well, according to the day that I just had -- ahem-- I shouldn't be surprised.

Aidan: Had a rough one, have we? Aw. My heart bleeds for you.

J.R.: What the hell is your problem?

Aidan: You, trying to sell Greenlee something that already belongs to her.

J.R.: Oh, yeah, right. I should've known she'd come crying to you.

Aidan: Well, you should have also known that your game won't work. You want to take a swing at Greenlee? You have to come through me first.

Erica: Barry, this is a follow-up call on the involuntary commitment of Greenlee Smythe. Yes, that's right. She is a danger to herself and to everyone around her. Barry, time is of the essence, you have to make this happen -- I mean, now.

Ryan: So, Greenlee, what exactly can I help you with?

Greenlee: Um -- you know what? I'm just -- I'm going to call you later. I -- I should have done that before just dropping in. I'm obviously interrupting a family meeting, so --

Kendall: I was leaving anyway.

Zach: See ya. Try the office.

Annie: You know what? I actually have to go, too. Do you need anything?

Ryan: Uh -- no, no, I'm good.

Annie: Ok. I'll see you later.

Greenlee: Well, good to see I can still clear a room. It's a skill you got to hone.

Ryan: Hey, you ok? You seem a little off.

Greenlee: Yeah. Uh -- well, I wanted to talk to you.

Ryan: About?

Greenlee: Babies. We need to talk about babies.

Lily: So, Mr. Shire requested that you call him back before 6:00 p.m. tonight and I -- I have all your appointments here. You have multiple appointments lined up between now and Friday. Do you want me to put them on your desk? Did something happen?

Zach: Why would you say that?

Lily: Well, your expressions are difficult to read, but I can tell you're thinking about something important. Your mouth's a little up like you have some good news, and it's like, a little down, like something's making you unhappy.

Zach: You understand me better than most, don't you?

Lily: So, do you have good news?

Zach: I do. We just found out that Spike can have his cochlear implant surgery after all.

Lily: Now my nephew will be able to hear again.

Zach: If it all works out.

Lily: Well, if Spike were old enough to comprehend, I'm sure he'd be very excited. I've always wanted a cure for myself, so it stands reason that he would want one, too. I'm really happy for him.

Zach: Yeah. Thank you. He's very lucky to have you. What about you? You seem happy. Good news for you, too, or --

Lily: Kind of -- not as good as yours, though. I met a man named Richard. He likes numbers as much as I do.

Zach: As much as you do? That's impossible.

Lily: It's not impossible -- it's just unlikely.

Zach: Whatever. It's -- it's -- it's good to have friends.

Lily: So, is there something making you unhappy, too?

Zach: Yeah, there's something making me very unhappy.

Lily: So you have a problem -- have you found your solution yet?

Zach: Yes, I have. And it turns out the solution bothers me just as much as the problem itself, and I didn't anticipate that.

Greenlee: I know why you asked me here. I know what you want.

Erica: Want?

Greenlee: You want to know what Jack and I were talking about when you walked in on us. I mean, come on, you're dying to know, just going out of your pretty little mind.

Erica: No, Greenlee, I'm not the one who's out of my mind. Ever since you came back to pine valley, you have been clawing your way through my daughter's life, just ripping it to shreds.

Kendall: You -- we are finishing this right now.

Erica: No, Kendall. I am not going to let you risk everything you love just to get rid of Greenlee.

Kendall: No, Mother, she needs to pay.

Erica: And she will. I've already taken care of it.

Man: Take it easy, ma'am. We're not here to hurt you.

Greenlee: What, what? Get the hell away from me! What are you doing?

Man: This is for your own protection.

Greenlee: No! My father's not going to let you get away with this! Stop it!

Erica: This is what's best, Greenlee, and even Jack will come to realize that.

Greenlee: No! Ow!

Kendall: This is right, this is good. Now, "this," Mother -- this is justice.

Greenlee: Kendall, make her stop! You can't let her get away with this! Stop it! Ow, ow! Get off of me!

Erica: Stop it, Greenlee, don't fight it -- it's for your own good, Greenlee -- and yours.

Kendall: Mom, thank you.

Greenlee: Stop it, no!

Kendall: Thank you so much for saving me from her.

Greenlee: No, get off of me!

Kendall: Thank you for saving me from myself.

[Erica comes out of her daydream]

Kendall: Mother? Hello -- Mother?

Erica: Oh, Kendall. Well, what is it, honey? What's wrong? I mean, I guess -- do I even need to ask? It's Greenlee, isn't it?

Kendall: Isn't everything about her.

J.R.: All right, why don't you just back off there, Jean-Claude.

Aidan: First, you back off of Greenlee.

J.R.: Did Greenlee send you to threaten me?

Aidan: She didn't have to.

J.R.: So the answer is no? See, what you don't get is I don't have to go through you to get to Greenlee.

Aidan: Really? Maybe you should guess again.

J.R.: The lady knows what she wants.

Aidan: I'm thinking that you're scamming her, and I am not going to let --

J.R.: Trust me? No, she'll steamroll right over you for those embryos.

Aidan: "Those embryos," huh?

J.R.: Hmm.

Aidan: If they exist are Greenlee's. Not yours, not Zach's -- Greenlee's -- and she doesn't have to pay you a damn cent for them.

J.R.: Are you always this slow on the pick-me-up? Let me break it down for you. It's called supply and demand. I got a product that Greenlee wants, and she's willing to pay for it.

Aidan: You're a greedy little rich kid, aren't you? You know what? You're pathetic. Are times really that tough, J.R.? You have to resort to using human embryos to get your career off the ground?

J.R.: Zach is the one who stole them. I just happened to stumble upon the -- ahem -- maybe babies.

Aidan: That we have no proof if they even exist.

J.R.: Oh -- this -- now, this is really sad. "If they even exist"? You mean, you're spending all this time and muscle hunting for something that you're not even sure exists?

Aidan: I'm hunting for answers, J.R. And those, I'm going to get.

J.R.: Yeah, answers about still-yet-to-be conceived babies from your girlfriend and her ex, knowing all this time that she still wants Ryan's babies. Oh, man. That's got to hurt.

Greenlee: I don't know if I will ever get used to being back here. So many memories.

Ryan: Good and bad.

Greenlee: Before and after. Life here with you, life after you died. And then came the blackout. It always seems to go back to that, huh?

Ryan: Is that the baby thing that you want to talk about, the blackout?

Greenlee: Yeah, it's part of it.

Ryan: Because as easy as it is to blame Zach for all of it --

Greenlee: Oh -- huh. I'm sorry -- did someone else short-circuit the town's power grid that night?

Ryan: No. But it did start before that, when I left town.

Greenlee: When you left me.

Ryan: I mean, I did get the ball rolling, and I own that. But what's done is done, Greenlee. Why dredge up the past?

Greenlee: Well, sometimes it's hard to move forward unless you go back first.

Ryan: Going back hasn't helped us very much.

Greenlee: I had a future, Ryan. My whole life, it was planned out. I could see it, smell it, feel it.

Ryan: If this is about Spike, I can't have this conversation.

Greenlee: No -- oh, no, no, no. Spike belongs to Kendall and you -- I am beyond clear about that. I'm talking about me, here, you know -- the usual?

Ryan: Well, I'm glad to hear it. I actually wanted --

Greenlee: Actually, Ryan, uh -- see, I -- I've been thinking. I've been thinking about if there was never a blackout -- you know, that there might be a mini-you and -me running around. Things would be different, probably better -- I mean some things, at least. I -- I guess that's it. I just, I -- I thought that maybe it was wrong that I was thinking these things and -- and didn't tell you. Did I make a total mistake here?

Ryan: No.

Greenlee: Then can you please dial down the awkwardness? What did you want to say?

Ryan: That -- I'm sorry.

Richie: Come to see if I'd dropped dead yet? Sorry, I have to put the celebration on hold.

Annie: That's not why I'm here. I wanted to thank you for the research you did on Spike's surgery.

Richie: Well, that's just plain overkill -- Ryan's thanked me plenty.

Annie: Well, the doctors gave the go-ahead, so Spike might be able to get the implants. So we might actually be able to put your work to some good use.

Richie: You'd have to sedate your husband first.

Annie: Here.

Richie: What's that?

Annie: I've been doing some research of my own -- on Pine Valley Hospital.

Richie: Well, good for you.

Annie: They've been successful in treating patients with leukemia. I thought you might want to take a look.

Richie: You thought wrong.

Annie: You're willing to die just to stick it to me?

Greenlee: After everything I've done, you're apologizing to me?

Ryan: Look, maybe you're right. Maybe we do have to wade through what happened in order to move forward, and what happened is I messed up, and I am sorry.

Greenlee: For which part?

Ryan: Well, for starters, I'm -- I'm sorry that I didn't support you when you wanted to have kids.

Greenlee: But you grew up with a monster, Ryan.

Ryan: Yeah, but look at me now -- I have two beautiful kids that I love, and I'm loving every second of it, and you knew that that was in me before I did. And I'm sorry that I wasn't there for you when you needed me.

Greenlee: Thank you.

Ryan: You wanted to be a mom, and you deserve to be, and I screwed that up. Do you need a second? Are you ok?

Greenlee: No, I'm -- I'm just -- I'm kind of blown away here. I -- so, what -- what are you saying? That -- that if the embryos weren't destroyed, if -- if that child still existed, you would -- how -- how would you feel?

Ryan: Um -- well, that's a pretty loaded question.

Greenlee: Well, so is the whole conversation, but just -- could you work with me here?

Ryan: Well, if that child existed, then -- I mean, things would be very different. For one, you wouldn't have left town, right? So if that didn't happen, then a whole bunch of things would be -- would be very different. I don't know how I would feel.

Greenlee: Yeah. You erase that blackout and a million different scenarios come into play. But regardless of the situation, it would still be your child. How -- how would you feel?

Ryan: About the child?

Greenlee: Yeah.

Ryan: I would love him, or her, same way I love Emma and Spike.

Aidan: Just tell me where those embryos are, J.R.

J.R.: So you agree they still are out there? Little Greenlee and Ryan just waiting to be defrosted?

Aidan: You really are sick, you know that?

J.R.: No, I'm just a businessman.

Aidan: No, you're a coward, is what you are -- exploiting a woman's dreams to get exactly what you want.

J.R.: One of those dreams wouldn't exist without me.

Aidan: You tell me where that cryo tank is. You hear me?

J.R.: Ah. Wow. I must've really hit a nerve there. So what's the deal, Devane? You really trying to play Greenlee's hero or are you just after those embryos to finish what Slater started?

Aidan: Don't compare me to Zach.

J.R.: No, I'm on to you. You want those embryos, you want to destroy them, and voila -- no way your girl gets knocked up by Ryan Lavery.

Greenlee: So you're saying you would accept a baby, our baby?

Ryan: Back when it was possible. I mean, because it's no longer an option, Greenlee, for many reasons.

Greenlee: No, I know, I know. I -- um -- it's just everything's been such a mess -- Kendall and me -- and -- um -- I just wondered if a child would make a difference.

Ryan: As in your child?

Greenlee: Yeah. I mean, look at you guys. Zach and Kendall and Annie and you -- it's one big, crazy, happy family.

Ryan: Yeah, we're a little bit complicated.

Greenlee: But cool and so wonderful.

Ryan: It took a little while to get there. I mean, Kendall didn't exactly embrace Annie as Spike's stepmom right from the beginning.

Greenlee: No, but that's not Kendall's style. But now Annie's passed all of Kendall's tests.

Ryan: And co-parenting with Zach has been different, let me tell you, but it's working.

Greenlee: Exactly. So, I mean, another child would make that work, too.

Ryan: There is no "we," Greenlee. I mean, you're not part of this family.

Greenlee: You just said that --

Ryan: What? That I would love our child if it existed? Over a year ago when everything was different. I mean, I'm sorry that things went down the way they did, I really am. But this world that you're envisioning, this -- this family -- it's just -- that's not a reality. I mean, I'm not saying this to be mean, I'm saying this because it's the way it is, you know, because -- because of Spike, because of what happened.

Greenlee: Yeah. But, Ryan --

Ryan: Greenlee -- you're not part of us, and you never will be.

Zach: You like your family, right?

Lily: Yes, especially now that I know Ava.

Zach: Well, my family's my life, and I will do whatever it takes to protect them.

Lily: We have mostly all of the same family -- except for Greenlee. I'm assuming you don't consider her family anymore, given Spike's accident.

Zach: No, I don't, huh-uh.

Lily: We, she's still my family. But I'm actually closer to Ava now -- recently to help my sister, I shaved her head for her. I wouldn't have done it for her if she wasn't family, because I didn't like it. It was unnerving but necessary. Is that how you feel about your problem, too?

Josh: I just heard the best voicemail ever -- surgery's back on. That's great news. Isn't it?

Zach: Could you file these for me?

Lily: Good luck with your problem.

Josh: "Problem"? What's up?

Zach: Lily and I were just talking about what people do for their family.

Josh: Whatever it takes.

Zach: Whatever it takes.

Erica: Oh, honey, I am so happy for you.

Kendall: Thank you.

Erica: I am so happy for Spike. Well, I mean, I guess I was wrong, then. I guess this really had nothing to do with Greenlee.

Kendall: Uh -- not at first, no. I mean, when I got the news about Spike, mom, I was on cloud nine.

Erica: Yes, of course, you were, as -- and you should be.

Kendall: Yes, and -- and I was 100% positive that I was done with all of this crazy Greenlee garbage. I mean, I swore up and down to Zach that -- that this was all over, and I meant it.

Erica: Until?

Kendall: Until she showed up. Zach and I -- we went over to Ryan's house to tell him the good news. And then, of course, I turn around, and there she was -- like clockwork.

Erica: Well, maybe she was there for something completely unrelated to your family.

Kendall: Come on, Mom, you know this is Greenlee we're talking about.

Erica: I know.

Kendall: In her world, there is nothing unrelated to my family.

Ryan: I get the "what if" game, Greenlee, I -- I really do -- I play it all the time. You know, what if Annie's brother wasn't a maniac? What if Ian hadn't been born so early? What if Spike wasn't deaf?

Greenlee: I wish all of those were true, especially the last one.

Ryan: I know. We got some news today.

Greenlee: About Spike?

Ryan: He can have the implant surgery. It looks like he's going to be able to hear again.

Greenlee: Oh -- oh! Oh, my God! Oh, my God. That's -- that's amazing, Ryan. Oh, he's going to be ok.

Ryan: Yeah, it looks that way, yes.

Greenlee: Oh, thank you. Thank you for telling me.

Ryan: There's something else that you should know, Greenlee. I don't hate you. I'll never stop wishing what happened didn't happen, but you aren't the only one to blame.

Greenlee: I was the only one driving the car.

Ryan: I know, but I helped get you there to that place where you felt like everyone and everything was against you. And I've said some pretty nasty things to you this past year, and I pushed you away -- at first, anyway -- and I guess I did that -- um -- I guess, because I wanted to prove to myself that what we had didn't matter. But that's not true. Our marriage was real, and it was right at the time, and I took that away from you.

Greenlee: Ryan --

Ryan: It's true, Greenlee, it's true. What we had was great, and I blew it. But I did blow it, and life went on. Things changed, big -- big stuff changed. And I had a whole bunch of new questions -- thank God, Annie came around, and she's my answer. And I really hope this time it sticks.

Greenlee: I just want your happiness.

Ryan: I want your happiness, too, Greenlee, and I want you to find your answer, whoever and -- and whatever that is. Because when you do, it changes everything.

Aidan: Greenlee's eggs could be fertilized by Hannibal Lecter for all I care. The fact is they're not yours.

J.R.: First of all, I'm the only one who knows where they are, other than Slater, so they are partly mine. Second of all, don't fool yourself about this Lavery thing. Greenlee wants those embryos, otherwise you wouldn't be here, right? So all I'm saying is Greenlee's not really over Ryan. You're telling me that doesn't make you burn?

Aidan: I'm telling you, you either give me the address to the cryo tank, or you can say hello to your new best friend.

J.R.: Oh, God. Is this where the whole Special Ops background comes into play?

Aidan: You tell me the address, you won't find out.

J.R.: You know, you should've thought about asking me nicely before you gave me that cheap shot, because you knocked the information right out of my head.

Aidan: Well, maybe I can knock it back in with round two.

J.R.: No, I don't think so. I say it's over.

Annie: You think this is the answer, Richie? Ignore everyone, don't take any help, and the leukemia will just magically disappear?

Richie: What leukemia?

Annie: Are you faking this? Did you want Babe to find that bottle? Is this all just another sick game to you?

Richie: If it is, you should prepare to lose -- again.

Annie: No. I haven't lost anything, Richie, I still have my family.

Richie: Your replacement family.

Annie: You're wrong -- I have my daughter and my husband.

Richie: Speaking of the white knight, does he know you're here? He does now. Hi, Ryan. Hi. Oh, he's going to take one look at this footage, and he's going to come barreling in here waving those big, strong, yet completely ineffectual arms of his.

Annie: You know what? Shut the hell up about my husband. You have no idea what kind of a man he is.

Ryan: Well, he plays the hero, but he's pretty ineffective.

Annie: Yeah, you're wrong. And this is over, Richie. You can't terrorize us anymore. The only reason you could before is because we didn't know where you were.

Richie: Don't bet on it.

Annie: But now we do, and I'm not scared of you anymore -- not by you killing frogs or ripping apart my dolls or pushing our father out a window.

Richie: What if you're right? What if I'm dying? What if it's all over? What if I've got nothing else to live for? What better way to go than to take you with me?

Kendall: I saw her sniffing around Ryan, and it made me crazy.

Erica: No, honey, you are not the crazy one, believe me.

Kendall: Yeah, well, sometimes I don't know. I mean, Mom, I got the most amazing news today, and all I could think about was, "What is Greenlee planning next? I mean, what is Greenlee up to?" Seriously, everywhere I look, she's there.

Erica: Oh, honey, you've got to drop this. You really do. You need to move on. You can't just spend your life looking over your shoulder for Greenlee. Be aware, yes, but afraid, no.

Kendall: "Aware"? Aware of what? Do you know something new?

Erica: No. Honey, look, the -- the fact is I do not trust that girl at all. I mean, she is mentally disturbed on her best day.

Kendall: Yeah, exactly, that's what I was trying to prove with that journal.

Erica: No, I know, but the thing is you don't need to plant evidence to convince people. Because Greenlee Smythe has been teetering on the tightrope of mental health ever since she came back to Pine Valley. And if she falls over the edge, she is not going to take you with her, I promise.

Kendall: How can you possibly promise me that?

Erica: Because she will be stopped in time.

Kendall: By who, Mother? You?

Josh: So this Greenlee thing is getting to you?

Zach: I wanted your help, not an attack on my conscience. I did what I felt was right for my family -- my kids and my wife.

Josh: Well, that was the plan. Did something change?

Zach: No. Same plan, same players, same bottom line -- protect Kendall. And I'll do whatever it takes -- blackout, whatever. I just -- what -- what Greenlee wanted in all this never registered with me.

Josh: And now?

Zach: Now it does.

Josh: So what are you saying? You're having second thoughts?

Zach: Yes.

Josh: Well, you know, Zach, it's your call. If you want to put an end to this, you can, right now.

J.R.: Greenlee realized there was terms -- in fact, she was expecting them. I think she referred to me as "the guy who wouldn't give something without expecting something in return."

Aidan: Except what you're giving isn't yours to give.

J.R.: Well, that's just a minor detail.

Aidan: It's the only detail that counts, you idiot.

J.R.: No, what counts is this -- I've got them, she doesn't. She doesn't have to meet my terms, she doesn't have to come get those eggs, but she wants them. Here you are exerting all this energy, trying to save a woman who doesn't even need to be saved. So from where I'm standing, you're the idiot.

Greenlee: I was stuck in the past for so long I kept -- I kept forgetting to look ahead.

Ryan: I get that, though. I mean, the past is such a safe place to hang out. You know, it's the future, it's the unknown that's the scary part. But I don't think moving on means you have to completely forget about the past. I think you just kind of take what you need and just don't live in it.

Greenlee: Yeah, that might be tough, because I've never been a light packer.

Ryan: You can still have an incredible future, Greenlee, even if it's not the one that you envisioned.

Greenlee: So, the way to respect the past is to take what you can use, reinvent it, and then apply it to the present?

Ryan: Take, reinvent, and apply -- sounds like a bumper sticker.

Greenlee: Yes, it does.

Ryan: Hey, speaking of moving forward, Aidan's a great guy.

Greenlee: Yes, he is. Um, I know you weren't really onboard at first.

Ryan: Well, yeah, but he seems happy with you, and you seem happy with him.

Greenlee: I don't know if he's my answer yet, but he is something.

Ryan: "Something" is good. "Something" is a start. I mean, maybe love doesn't have to be as hard as we made it out to be.

Greenlee: Yeah, I hope not. I mean, you and Kendall -- you both started over, you're happy, you're living full lives in the present. I could have that, too.

Ryan: Without a doubt.

Greenlee: Thank you, Ryan.

Annie: Is it possible for us to have a real, honest moment for once?

Richie: You want real, Annie? I've got plenty of it. "Real" is getting my ass kicked by my cellmate every day. "Real" is being bent over a toilet, because of the spoiled slop they pass off as food. "Real" is going to my knees in gratitude for the one hour -- the one hour -- of sunlight they granted me every day. That's real, Annie.

Annie: Your view of the past is so distorted. Don't you want to get well?

Richie: Don't you want to see me die?

Annie: The sad part is I already have. Because you are dead, Richie, in your heart.

Ryan: Thank you. Annie and Richie in Halloween costumes, huh? "Annie -- all the days weren't bad. Richie." The bad days are about to end.

Erica: I fully intend to keep my distance from Greenlee, and, honey, I really want you to do the same thing. I mean, focus your energy on your two little boys. Just focus all your energy on the people who -- who love you and need you.

Kendall: I know. I'm trying.

Erica: Well, I mean, you got some great news today. Enjoy that. And, my goodness, today is Halloween. Go home and dress up that gorgeous little Spike like the handsome little devil he is, ok? And eat some candy and toilet-paper J.R.'s yacht -- whatever you have to do --

Kendall: I like that.

Erica: To be happy, be happy.

Kendall: You know what? You're right. I am going to do just that.

Erica: Good.

Kendall: I mean -- ok, so Greenlee may be up to no good, but who cares? Today I don't care -- at least, not for today.

Erica: Good. Today is a great start.

Kendall: Now, you promise me something.

Erica: Anything.

Kendall: You'll have some fun, too?

Erica: Oh, honey, I will.

Kendall: Ok.

Erica: I will.

Kendall: Good. All right. Bye.

Erica: Bye.

J.R.: Perfect timing.

Greenlee: We need to talk.

J.R.: Fire away.

Greenlee: Well, I realized I don't want to live in the past anymore. I'm going to take what I need and move on forward.

J.R.: All right. Hand over Ava Benton's contract and your shares of Fusion, and I'll let you know the cryo tank location.

Greenlee: J.R., you can take your tank and shove it.

J.R.: You got to be kidding me. If you're expecting your boyfriend here to find your embryos, it's not going to happen.

Greenlee: You're right. It's not. I don't want them.

J.R.: Right -- just like I don't want sex, money, and Scotch. So that's it, huh? Just like that, you don't give a damn?

Greenlee: Just like that. God, sad day for you, huh? You know, not being in control anymore?

Aidan: Wow. I'm sorry, can you hear that? That is the sound of your plan being rammed by an 18-wheeler, J.R. I think your day just got a little bit rougher.

[Aidan chuckles]

J.R.: You made a mistake. The price has just gone up.

Greenlee: Care factor -- zero. See, I got this new motto -- you want to adopt it -- "take, reinvent, apply." Want to say it with me?

J.R.: "Bite me, bite me, bite me."

Aidan: I think you are one incredible woman.

Richie: You wouldn't care if I keeled over dead right in front of you, so why are you so worried about my health, huh, sis? Is it that you don't want me checking out early, ruining your hubby's fun?

Annie: What? No, Richie. If you are sick, I want you to get well.

Richie: Ooh. Revenge on a corpse -- nowhere near as satisfying, is it?

Annie: I've said all I have to say. Sick or not, don't come near my family again.

Ryan: Oh, I don't think that's going to be a problem.

Richie: Happy Halloween, boss.

Annie: How did you -- did you see that I was here? Is Emma ok?

Ryan: No, Emma's fine, she's fine. She's trick-or-treating with Kathy as we speak -- and no, I did not know you were here. I actually came to see you.

Richie: Are trick-or-treating, too?

Ryan: No, we're not, but we are going somewhere -- business trip.

Richie: Right now?

Ryan: Oh, don't worry. You don't have to pack for this trip.

Josh: I don't know, Zach. Maybe it is time to walk away -- not for Greenlee, for you. This plan is obviously getting to you. Now that we know that Spike is getting the implants, maybe it's just time to let this thing go.

Zach: How can I let it go if Greenlee is still in the picture?

Josh: Well, Greenlee could be moving on just like everyone else.

Zach: She could be, but we're not sure. Today -- what about tomorrow? What about the day after that and the day after that? What if her mood chances? What am I supposed to do? She's not going to hurt my wife, never again.

Erica: Well, if Adam wasn't able to get Mary Smythe to sign off on having Greenlee committed, this forgery will have to do. Are we all set?

Barry: Well, it's not that simple. If you go through with this, you could be looking at a federal offense. Are you certain you want to take that risk?

Erica: I have no intention of going back to prison, Barry -- that's why I hired you. But I will take any risk to protect my daughter, because Greenlee Smythe is really a danger to my family and, I mean, I have no choice.

Aidan: So, what happened?

Greenlee: Nothing -- everything. I don't know. It's just been a crazy day.

Aidan: Yeah, I guess so. You know, I'm proud of you.

Greenlee: Me, too -- I -- I mean, I'm proud of me, too, of course, not you.

Aidan: Of course. I know. So are you really going to let this go?

Greenlee: Yeah, yeah, I -- I really am. It's like all of those thoughts that I had when I first came back to Pine Valley -- what -- what I was owed, what I deserved -- they're gone.

Kendall: I will get you some candy with that.

Greenlee: I have to have Ryan's baby, I'll do whatever it takes to make that happen. No one is going to stop me.

Kendall: Oh, my God. She still wants you, Spike.

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

Simone: You're the one that summoned me here, and you know what -- I'm pissed.

Zach: You need to find yourself another backer.

J.R.: You can't do this.

Zach: I just did.

Ryan: This is not an execution. It's just a science experiment.

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