AMC Transcript Wednesday 11/14/07

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 11/14/07


Provided By Boo
Proofread by Gisele

Tad: So what the hell do you want?

Krystal: What do you think you're doing, Adam.

Adam: I'm trying to be a gentleman.

Tad: And you remembered how much I love flowers?

Adam: No, they're for her.

Krystal: Do you think this not the best time?

Tad: Next time have them delivered.

Adam: Could I have a moment with you, Krystal?

Tad: You can't -- not in this house.

[Tad shoves Adam out the door and slams the door in his face]

Erica: Kendall, honey? Is something wrong?

Kendall: Oh, Mom, he just -- he acts like I'm going to break.

Erica: Who?

Kendall: Who do you think? Zach, Mr. Mysterious. I mean, God forbid he tells his wife anything that he's really thinking or feeling. He might break the poor, fragile, little thing.

Erica: Why, what happened?

Kendall: Well, what always happens. I want Zach to clue me in, but he won't. So I push and he pulls, and then before you know it, that's it.

Erica: I know, believe me.

Kendall: Well, we're supposed to be a team. Obviously, we're not.

Erica: Well, where is Zach now?

Kendall: I don't know. I have no idea. He's somewhere -- anywhere. As far as I'm concerned, he can stay exactly where he is because I am done with him. Done.

Erica: Honey, don't -- don't be a fool.

Zach: Josh -- Josh, slow down. Greenlee and Aidan got to be somewhere. So keep looking for them. You find them, you call me. Thank you.

Kendall's voice: If you hadn't decided to play almighty Zach, almighty Zach, almighty Zach.

Zach: Lily, nice to see you.

Lily: Hi, Zach.

Zach: How are you doing? It can't be easy being home these days, huh?

Lily: Yeah, because Greenlee is accused of kidnapping Spike and is now on the run from the police?

Zach: Yeah.

Lily: Yeah, my dad's really upset about that.

Zach: Sorry to hear it. Do you want a soda or something or --

Lily: No, I'm actually meeting someone for coffee.

Zach: Ah, you look nice.

Lily: I look hot. Well, that's what Ava says about this outfit. But it's a different level of hotness. This hot doesn't say, "I want to have sex."

Zach: What -- what does it say?

Lily: It says, "I took time to look special for this date."

Zach: Ok. Who's the lucky guy?

Lily: I don't think you know him yet, but there's a good possibility you will because, hopefully, Richard will be my new boyfriend.

Richie: Ok, what can I do here? Drinks, check. Plates, check.

Babe: Can you hand me my sweater?

Richie: Oh, yeah, yeah. Yes, I can.

Babe: Thank you. Too soon, huh?

Babe: I'm sorry, I don't -- I don't know what to say.

Richie: Don't say anything. Enjoy the weather. Fall is my favorite time of year. It's not too hot. It's perfect football weather. It's just perfect for tossing the ball, you know? Please don't give me the sad eyes.

Babe: I'm sorry.

Richie: Hey, don't look at me like I'm already dead.

Annie: Well? What next, Mr. Lavery? Kathy and Emma are on their way to the arcade with Rachel.

Ryan: We have the whole place to ourselves, huh?

Annie: So what should we do tonight? How do we keep the domestic tranquility alive? Do dishes, board game?

Ryan: You know, it's funny, because I actually had a different game in mind.

Annie: Are you being fresh with me?

Ryan: What do you think?

Annie: I think we have a school calendar to look at.

Ryan: Yeah, I'll tell you what's on the calendar. The calendar says, "November, make love to my wife." "December --"

Annie: Huh.

Ryan: "Make love to my life underneath the Christmas tree."

Annie: Hmm.

Ryan: "January --"

[Annie laughs]

Annie: I think we got different calendars.

Ryan: Really?

Annie: Yeah.

Ryan: Then how about penciling me in now? I mean, now's a good time, isn't it?

Annie: Hmm. Hmm.

[Phone rings]

Annie: Ugh.

Ryan: Uh-uh.

Annie: Great, mm-hmm.

Ryan: All right.

Annie: Ok, get up.

Ryan: Don't move.

Annie: I'm not.

Ryan: Hello?

Man: Is this Ryan Lavery?

Ryan: Who's asking?

Man: I heard you were looking for me.

Ryan: And who are you, exactly?

Man: Tom Brennan. I'm the guy that saw Richard Novak murder someone.

Ryan: Tom Brennan? Tommy, from Chicago?

Tom: That was a long time ago.

Annie: Where is he?

Ryan: You're -- you're right. I have been looking for you.

Tom: A friend of mine told me. Said some guy named Devane had been asking about me.

Ryan: Aidan. Yes, he's a friend. He got your name from the parents of that boy who died on the Boy Scout camping trip.

Tom: What do you want?

Ryan: A meeting with you, anytime, anyplace. We'll even come to you.

Tom: Slow down. How do I know you're not working for him, for Richie? How do I know this isn't some kind of trap?

Ryan: You have my word.

Tom: Why should I trust you?

Ryan: Believe me, we want the same thing that you want. We want to make Richie pay for what he's done. He's been terrorizing my wife. He's been terrorizing my family. And we need your help to put him away -- hopefully, this time, for good.

Tom: Your wife? Why does he want to hurt your wife?

Ryan: She's his sister. Tommy, are you there?

Tom: I'm sorry. I can't do this right now.

Ryan: No, no, no, no. Don't hang up. Damn it!

Richie: There you go again, the head tilt. The "how are you feeling, I feel so sorry for you." The head tilt.

Babe: I have hot chocolate with marshmallows. Little A refuses to have it any other way.

Richie: Good man. I know what you're thinking. I'm sitting over here talking about my favorite season, and you're figuring, "This is probably the last fall Richie's ever going to see."

Babe: That's not what I was --

Richie: Hey, I can see it. I'm dying, I'm not blind.

Babe: Hey, don't say that.

Richie: Well, then don't go there. Because I can't go there. We talked about what lies in store for me, and I can't dwell on it. I've got to -- I've got to live like I can live for another 50 years.

Babe: Maybe you will.

Richie: Plan for the worst, hope for the best.

Babe: How do you do it, Richie? I mean, how do you -- how do you face your own --

Richie: Mortality?

Babe: Yeah.

Richie: What choice do I have? It happens. I've gone through the stages -- the denial and the anger. And now it just -- it is what it is. People die, some before others.

Babe: I can't imagine.

Richie: Well, don't. Drink hot chocolate. Play football. Spend time with people you care about.

Babe: Sounds like a plan.

Richie: And don't take anything or anyone for granted anymore.

Lily: Ava said that coffee is a good first date, because if it's not going well, you don't have to sit through a whole meal.

Zach: What if it is going well?

Lily: Then you can continue to date through dinner and -- she joked that if it's really going well, you can have breakfast. Which would mean sex.

Zach: Oh -- um -- I'm not sure what I'd say to that.

Lily: I'm not really good with jokes, but we won't be having breakfast or sex together. Even though Richard's all right with having sex. He doesn't like to be touched, so he understands me.

Zach: Ok, well, then coffee sounds perfect.

Lily: He doesn't like loud noises, either. He doesn't have Autism Spectrum Disorder, but he likes numbers and puzzles as much as I do.

Zach: He sounds like a nice guy.

Lily: I think so. We could have the golden ratio between us.

Zach: The what?

Lily: The golden ratio. It's when the sum of the ratio of two parts is equal to the sum of the ratio of the larger to the smaller.

Zach: Well, I'll -- I'll leave the math to you. I don't know what you just said.

Lily: Artists and architects use it all the time, too, and in nature, like sunflowers and pinecones. And some studies relate it to the attractiveness theory.

Zach: And what is that?

Lily: It's the reason why some people find others attractive and some people don't.

Zach: See, that makes sense to me.

Lily: Some think that couples can have the golden ratio, too. I think Jonathan and I had it for a while.

Zach: What about you and this new guy?

Lily: There's a very strong possibility. I think you and Kendall have it. Because you have a very kind and strong and loving relationship.

Zach: Yeah, we do.

Lily: Your mouth just turned down like when Dad found about Greenlee. Is something wrong?

Zach: Well, that's the problem, you know. If you're -- if you have something that's solid and special, when it's not solid and special, then it makes it -- makes it so much harder for you.

Kendall: Why does Zach do this to me?

Erica: Because you're like every other woman in the world who's in love. I've actually been thinking about this a little bit recently. I think sometimes that we have these astronomically high expectations of the men in our lives, and -- and I think when those men we love don't meet our abnormally high standards -- if they don't act the way we want them to act when we want them to act that way, we get upset.

Kendall: Yeah, but I'm so sick and tired of Zach tuning me out.

Erica: Well, let me ask you something. If it had worked -- I mean, if Zach had taken care of everything, if he had solved all your issues with Greenlee, would you have even noticed? Would you have cared?

Kendall: But he didn't. That's the thing. And, Mom, Greenlee is a huge threat again. And this time, even bigger.

Erica: But that's not Zach's fault.

Kendall: But if you go all the way back to how this all started, it is.

Erica: But you can't go back. And everything Zach does, he does out of love. He loves you more than any man you've ever known. You know that. I mean, it took me a long time to realize what a good man Zach Slater is.

Kendall: He is a good man, Mother. I know that. And I love Zach more than anything. But --

Erica: No, but nothing. Don't ever let your frustration get in the way of this beautiful thing you two have.

Adam: Come on, Martin! Open the door! This is childish, even for you! I'm trying to be civilized.

Tad: You want to see childish? I am this close to getting my garden hose if you don't get the hell off my property.

Krystal: Adam, why are you doing this now? I thought we agreed that you would think about this.

Adam: I did.

Tad: Well, think about it some more, just do it somewhere else.

Adam: No, I am here. I understood every word you said. I am here to get an understanding with Martin.

Tad: What?

Adam: Yes. Yes. We both want the same thing, Tad.

Tad: Oh, really? For you to dry up and scuttle back into your hole?

Adam: No, we want Krystal to be happy.

Krystal: You know what would make me happy? Is for you to quit trying so damn hard and for you to let me handle this.

Adam: All right, this is what Krystal wants.

Krystal: I'll say what I want, Adam! Stop being so difficult!

Tad: He lives to make things difficult!

Adam: Some things are not easy! I've already told you how I feel, and you've admitted your feelings to me. Now, I'm not going to sit back and wait for fate to take over.

Tad: Well, you don't have a choice, because they will be selling snow cones in hell before I let you anywhere near --

Adam: No, I know, you are Jenny's father. Krystal is Jenny's mother. Krystal and I want to be together.

Tad: Is that so?

Adam: There is a way, got to be a way, that we can work this out.

Tad: I haven't heard it from her yet!

Adam: Krystal?

Tad: Ok, that's it.

Krystal: Tad, Tad, Tad -- please try.

Lily: You're still sad.

Zach: Been a rough day.

Lily: Well, luckily for you, the day's almost over.

Zach: That's one way of looking at it.

Lily: Is it work-related? Can I help you with anything? I've already finished all my assignments, but --

Zach: No, it has nothing to do with work.

Lily: Well, if it's not work-related, it can be personal, too. Is your family ok? Is Ian ok?

Zach: No, Ian's great. He's coming home for Thanksgiving.

Lily: Kendall must be really happy about that.

Zach: She is really happy about that.

Lily: Well, then what is she upset about?

Zach: She's upset about me.

Lily: What did you do wrong?

Zach: Not that simple. I mean, it's --

Lily: Can you fix it?

Zach: I don't know.

Lily: I think you should try to make it right.

Zach: We weren't honest with each other and that was -- that wasn't a good idea.

Lily: Not honest like the way Jonathan wasn't honest with me?

Zach: No, a little different. I mean, we both did things, and we didn't tell the other person about it, and we kind of screwed up a little bit, you know? And then -- when you have somebody that you care about, it seems that that's the person that you -- to go after when things --

Lily: That's not logical.

Zach: I know. What's on your screensaver?

Lily: This is a house I found when I was looking on the Internet. When I found out that Jonathan was marrying Ava, I wanted to help them find a place to live. Now, Ava said her taste is a little more modern and funkier. But I couldn't find any funky houses. But I like this picture, so I kept it.

Zach: Whatever it takes.

Lily: They call the house "Paradise."

Kendall: I don't need you telling me about my husband.

Erica: This is about relationships and marriage.

Kendall: Oh, from the expert, right? "Do as I say, but not as I do"?

Erica: I will very happily admit my mistakes if it'll stop you from making them.

Kendall: Ok, but just don't try to tell me that this is how you would handle things with jack.

Erica: Just have a good, long look at everything Zach has done for you. Because everything I've seen has been done out of pure love. And now, you weigh that against your anger and your frustration.

Kendall: I know, but, Mom, it's still really hard.

Erica: Well, if it was easy, I don't think it would mean as much. Look, don't ever let the argument become bigger than your bond. Because that's when it gets ugly and that's when it gets out of control.

Tad: All right. Ok. You two -- whatever you decide is between you, ok? I don't care if you guys decide to fly off and become sherpas. You're not taking my daughter with you.

Krystal: Nobody wants to take Jenny away from you.

Tad: I'll tell you something -- I don't care how badly she wants to buy this load of crap that you're selling, if she wants to believe this changed man routine, ok? I know you. I know you haven't changed. I know you never will.

Adam: What gives you the idea that you know anything about the man that I am now?

Tad: Are you kidding? How long have we despised one another?

Krystal: Ok, wait a minute!

Tad: How many years have we been trying to kill one another?

Krystal: Stop! As much as I would love to see you two mud-wrestle it out, this is really between us and us.

Tad: Ok, all right. I just want to ask him one question -- are you sure that you really want to stand here and try to tell me that you're not up to something? Hmm? That you're not scheming or plotting something, Adam? Maybe a little espionage? Maybe a little corporate takeover? Maybe a little blackmail? You really want to stand toe to toe in my house and try to convince me that your hands are clean?

Adam: You got a member of my family -- Colby, by name -- living here with you right now.

Tad: Yeah. She got out just in the nick of time. She started behaving like a human being about a month ago.

Adam: Why is that acceptable when Jenny living with us in my house, part-time, isn't?

Tad: Because you're poison. Because Colby is entirely capable of making a sensible decision on her own. I used to think Krystal was, too.

Krystal: All right, enough with the cheap shots, please.

Tad: Whatever, all right? The point is, until Jenny is old enough to make that choice, I'll be making her decisions for her.

Colby: Dad? What are you doing here? All right. What did I miss?

Erica: Zach is one of the great gifts of your life, honey.

Kendall: I sure haven't made things easy on him.

Erica: Well, we all do that. I mean, no, it's not fair, but, on the other hand, if they keep on coming back, at least we know how much they care.

Kendall: I should call him. Yeah. I'm going to call him and tell him that I was a little over the line.

[Phone rings]

Kendall: The voicemail didn't pick up right away, and I know he didn't turn his phone off. He's screening his calls. He has never done that to me before.

Erica: Well, no, maybe he was in the middle of a conference call or something.

Kendall: No. No, he must really be upset.

Lily: You like the picture, too?

Zach: I do. Maybe that's what my family needs -- a little getaway. Do you know where it is?

Lily: Yes, I found it on a realtor's website. It's right outside Pine Valley, and it's a really good price. But I can show you others, if you want.

Zach: No, no, I like this one. This is good. All right, do you know what? I'm out of here.

Lily: Where are you going?

Zach: I'm going to go find my wife and visit Paradise.

Ryan: So can you trace the call? It was just a couple minutes ago from my home phone. I don't know, probably a minute or two I was on the phone. All right, well, do me a favor -- just put a trace on now in case he calls back. Well, I guess that was too good to be true.

Annie: How many years has it been and Richie still has this guy scared to death.

[Phone rings]

Ryan: Tommy, is that you? Well, don't hang up, ok? Listen, I will get you the protection that you need, ok? I will make sure that Richie cannot touch you.

Richie: Yeah, not the greatest date subject. You want to go to a movie? Maybe hit some hospice?

Babe: It's just a little difficult to process is all.

Richie: Try being me.

Babe: I know. I mean, not too long ago, I swore I'd never see you again. And now -- now we're drinking hot chocolate on my patio.

Richie: I know. If I had known I could've gotten this far, I'd have dropped the cancer bomb a long time ago.

Babe: Ok, don't do that. Don't -- don't be so flip about --

Richie: Dying? Come on, you can say it.

Babe: Ok, don't.

Richie: Don't. Don't.

[Richie and Babe kiss]

Tom: I won't talk for long because I don't know Richie's relationship with his sister.

Ryan: Her testimony put him in prison.

Tom: So you say. For all I know, Richie's listening in. He could be tracing this call.

Ryan: Look, all we want is justice, ok? All we want is to put Richie back in prison where he belongs.

Tom: How do you know that's what I want?

Ryan: Because -- because you sent sympathy cards to the parents of that boy who drowned, so you want justice. You told them the truth, because you want justice, all right? We're on the same side here. Just -- just work with me.

Tom: I know some things.

Ryan: "Some things"? You saw Richie drown that boy?

Tom: Plus some more. This guy is out of some horror movie.

Ryan: Then help us. Help us put him away.

Tom: I can't. He'd kill me. I have to go.

Ryan: Wait, wait, wait, wait. If you don't want to talk, then email me. RyanLavery -- all one word ---

Tom: I only wanted to warn you.

Ryan: Please, please, please don't hang up.

Tom: If you don't play by Richie's rules, he will kill you, too.

Annie: What? What did Tommy say? Will he help us with Richie?

Ryan: No, he's too scared. He's not going to give us enough.

Annie: So he called you back again to tell you that he can't tell us the truth?

Ryan: I could tell that he wanted to. I could feel it.

Annie: He must be petrified.

Ryan: If I could just meet him face to face --

Annie: So what are we supposed to do, just sit back and wait and hope he calls us back again?

Ryan: I still have people looking for him. It's just that we -- we need the proof. If we get the proof, then we could finally put Richie in prison until --

Annie: Until he dies.

Ryan: Or until he's sick enough not to hurt anybody else.

Annie: I mean, what are we hoping for here? Leukemia, death?

Ryan: Hey, Annie, he came here for a reason, ok? To terrorize us, to destroy everything that we have, and he's going to go full out until he dies.

Annie: I lose my brother either way.

Ryan: Haven't you already? Richie's fighting the clock here, Annie. That makes him even more dangerous than we thought.

Richie: Mmm. That was way better than marshmallows.

Babe: Ok, ok, Richie, slow down. We have to talk.

Richie: How about I talk for us? "Richie, you have enough family baggage to fill a tractor-trailer. And you went to prison. And you have leukemia." Did I miss anything, because I am quite a catch, huh?

Babe: Ok, that isn't what I was going to talk to you about.

Richie: "It's not you, it's me"?

Babe: Is everything a joke to you? I mean --

Richie: Hey, I'm a laugh riot. What can I say?

Babe: Ok. I -- I am attracted to you, I am.

Richie: No buts. Buts are people who have time to kill -- no pun intended.

Babe: Hey, this isn't about you being sick.

Richie: Please don't feed me a line.

Babe: Ok. No, it's just that -- it's just that my life is really complicated again, you know, with work and family and my ex.

Richie: J.R.? Did -- did Junior do something?

Babe: No, no. It's not what he did. It's -- it's what we did, what I did.

Richie: Oh. Yeah, you don't have to spell it out for me. Yeah. So -- are you going to get back with him, I mean, back to your marriage?

Babe: No. No, God, no. It was just that we were upset over some stuff, and we were -- we were looking for comfort, I guess.

Richie: That must be nice, having a safe place to go, even for a night. Yeah, I've never really had that, so --

Babe: Well, it doesn't mean that you won't.

Richie: I was pretty young when I got sent away, and now I'm sick, so I'm not really a walking advertisement for commitment.

Babe: Um -- I'm not sure what to say.

Richie: No, no, no. No, that wasn't a setup. No, don't say anything. There's an advantage to knowing life comes to an end. I'm sick, I'm not going to deny that. But I'm going to spend more time living than dying. I'm going to eat more cheeseburgers and less salads. I'm going to smile at every sunset. I'm going to stride past the small stuff. I'm not going to sit around and wait for a call. I'm going to put it to voicemail. I'm out.

Babe: You are so strong.

Richie: I'm not doing anything that anyone else wouldn't do in the same position.

Babe: How can you say that with everything that you have gone through?

Richie: Just be glad it wasn't you.

Babe: Well, you seem at peace with it.

Richie: 50 days, 50 years -- I'm here now and that's what counts.

Babe: I'm really glad that we did this, Richie.

Richie: Every day I'm in pain, every test, every doctor's appointment, I get moments more beautiful than the last. And I can't think of anyone that fits that description better than you.

Erica: Look, I think -- you know what? I think maybe his phone is just not charged. I mean, Zach's not avoiding you.

Kendall: Oh, Mom, you don't know that.

Erica: Have you eaten anything today?

Kendall: I'm not hungry.

Erica: Well, I could use some tea. Look, why don't we just run down to the coffee shop right downstairs, just next door, and get some tea in me and some food in you?

Kendall: I don't want to leave them.

Erica: I know, honey, but we'll be right back. We'll get it to go. The nurse is with them, they're safe. The guard is here. Come on, a little fresh air will do you good. Come on. Come on, honey. Really, we'll be right back.

Kendall: Ok.

Erica: Ok.

Zach: Hey. Hey, gentlemen. Hey. How about a little piece of paradise? Huh? Yeah -- me, too. Give me a second. Dominic? Where'd my wife go?

Dominic: Well, I saw her leaving with Ms. Kane just a minute ago.

Zach: All right.

[Phone chirps]

Richie: Hmm. I'm sorry, I'm sorry. I have to check this. Um -- yeah. Uh --

Krystal: Why don't you take Colby outside, Adam?

Colby: Yeah, Dad. Why don't you give me a clue? What is going on?

Adam: It's just exactly what you wanted. Krystal and I are getting back together.

Colby: As in married, living under the same roof together?

Adam: Yep, yep, soon enough. We're going to be a family again.

Colby: Yeah, but I thought --

Adam: But what? Krystal and I, that's -- that's what you wanted, isn't it?

Colby: Yes, of course. I just -- I love Tad, too.

Adam: Ah.

Tad: If you want to hop back into bed with him, that's one thing.

Krystal: Oh, oh, save it, Tad. I am a grown woman, we are adults. We can work this out.

Tad: You didn't let me finish. If you want to hop back into bed with him, that's one thing. If you want to move back in with him, that's another. You want to work it out, then fine. As far as I'm concerned, you can visit Jenny here any time you like.

Krystal: No. Now that -- that is unacceptable.

Tad: So is the idea of her living under his roof.

Krystal: I am not going to be separated from my daughter.

Tad: Well, then you're not leaving, because she's not being raised by that bastard!

Krystal: Oh -- we have to find some common ground here.

Tad: "Common --" do you realize that someday she's going to find out what he did to her? That means that someday you're going to have defend to her your love for a man that wanted to sell her to strangers. And on that day, I don't want to be standing in the living room going, "Hey, ha-ha. Under the circumstances, I thought it was a good idea if you moved back in with him."

Krystal: Tad, listen, if someday I can somehow find my way past that, then that is my business!

Tad: And if I can't, then that's mine. Krystal, how am I supposed to forget the fact that our little Jenny nearly died, because he had her locked in some scummy warehouse, because he was able to con a lunatic into kidnapping her?

Krystal: He will never do that again.

Tad: Damn right he won't, because he's coming nowhere near my daughter! Our daughter. I understand your situation. Call me selfish, I don't care. As far as I'm concerned, I am being practical. I know -- I know I have Jenny's best interests at heart.

Krystal: Oh, and her mother doesn't?

Tad: I know you do, sweetheart, but can you honestly look me in the face, honestly, and tell me that he does? I've known the man for decades. He can't put his own child first, let alone mine.

Adam: I've forgiven you for quite a few of your indiscretions. And you certainly have forgiven me for some very bad choices. Krystal's forgiven me. But Tad won't forgive. He just won't let it go. The man slept with my wife. And now he won't let us be the family that we want to be. What am I supposed to do with that?

Colby: I don't know, Dad.

Adam: Tad is the one who's saying you have to choose sides, not me.

Annie: Well, I guess school calendars and board games are out.

Ryan: They'll be back, I promise.

Annie: So you really think it could finally be over?

Ryan: I do.

Annie: I wish I was so sure.

Ryan: We will have the family that we deserve.

[Richie hacks into Ryan's corporate account and uses his Blackberry to read the e-mail Tom Brennan just sent about him]

Babe: Richie? Hey, Richie, are you ok? Richie, what's wrong?

Colby: Can't you guys figure something out?

Tad: I just don't think there's anything left to say.

Adam: Very well. Shall we?

Krystal: Adam, you really thought this was going to be easy? I told you this was going to happen. And I am not going anywhere without my baby.

Tad: Well, well, guess you were right after all -- blood trumps marriage.

Adam: Colby? Would you like to come home, permanently?

Tad: It's ok, hero. He is your father. You don't have to feel bad for going with him.

[Colby hugs her dad]

Adam: I'll -- I'll wait while you pack your bags.

Colby: I'm sorry, Dad, I'm staying here.

[After Adam leaves, Colby sadly stares at Krystal and Tad with accusation in her eyes then goes upstairs]

Kendall: I was too hard on Zach, Mom. I was. I pushed him too much.

Erica: Don't, honey. Stop beating yourself up.

Kendall: I just -- I've never seen him that mad and sad and everything.

Nurse: Oh, Mrs. Slater?

Kendall: Mm-hmm.

Nurse: Your husband was looking for you a couple of minutes ago.

Erica: Oh.

Kendall: Is he still here?

Nurse: I think he left.

Kendall: Oh, God. What will he think now? I mean, all of this -- this fussing that I made over not leaving the children, and now, he's going to think the worst.

Grace Potter and the Nocturnals sing "Apologies": Yesterday he said my eyes were fading fast away I said, "Well, what do you expect? You asked me not to stay"

Zach: "39 Paradise Lane." Maybe that's what you need, Kendall.

Grace: He said and he said he said it hurts me because I don't want to fight this war and it's amazing to see me reading through this scene of love and fear

[Lily sits alone waiting for her "Richard" at the coffee shop]

Richie: I can't believe this.

Babe: What? Richie, talk to me.

Tom's voice: "Mr. Lavery, this is very difficult for me because I know what Richie Novak is capable of. I saw him murder my friend."

Annie: Do you really think he'll contact you again?

Ryan: Yeah. Yeah, I do.

Richie: That was stupid.

Babe: Hey, Richie, talk to me. What was that message about?

Richie: Um -- I'm -- I'm sorry. That was just business. There's something I need to handle.

Babe: Oh, at the office? Do you want me to go with you?

Richie: No. It's something I need to take care of on my own, ok? Ok.

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

Greenlee (to Aidan): I can't do this alone.

Aidan: Go, Greenlee.

Kendall (to Josh): I just have this feeling like something terrible is about to happen and it's going to be my fault.

Greenlee: Come on, come on.

[Sitting on a motorcycle, Greenlee waits for traffic to clear so she can pull out.  Meanwhile, Richie drives recklessly toward Zach who's standing next to his car on the side of the road.]

Back to The TV MegaSite's AMC Site

Try today's short recap or detailed update!


We don't read the guestbook very often, so please don't post QUESTIONS, only COMMENTS, if you want an answer. Feel free to email us with your questions by clicking on the Feedback link above! PLEASE SIGN-->

View and Sign My Guestbook Bravenet Guestbooks


Stop Global Warming!

Click to help rescue animals!

Click here to help fight hunger!
Fight hunger and malnutrition.
Donate to Action Against Hunger today!

Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign
Join the Blue Ribbon Online Free Speech Campaign!

Click to donate to the Red Cross!
Please donate to the Red Cross to help disaster victims!

Support Wikipedia

Support Wikipedia    

Save the Net Now

Help Katrina Victims!

Main Navigation within The TV MegaSite:

Home | Daytime Soaps | Primetime TV | Soap MegaLinks | Trading