All My Children Transcript Friday 1/18/08
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Ryan: What exactly do you have planned for us?
Annie: I am sworn to secrecy.
Ryan: Is anyone else coming?
Ryan: No? But you swore to yourself that you wouldn't tell anyone.
Ryan: Yeah. So that rules out Tad and Krystal's party? All right. Uh-huh? Wait -- where are the kids?
Annie: All shall be revealed.
Ryan: No kids in the house, big, beautiful bed upstairs. Why do we have to go anywhere?
Annie: It is a special occasion. Happy birthday.
Ryan: Oh. You're amazing. But I still want to know where we're going.
Annie: You will see.
Quentin: Oh. Look, man, I told you -- no hospitals, especially not this one.
Aidan: Look, just -- this is the best hospital in the state. I mean, what was I supposed to do -- just leave you there to die?
Quentin: Oh. You knocked me out to get me here?
Aidan: Well, you weren't listening.
Quentin: You know, has anyone ever told you that you're a cocky son of a --
Aidan: Just this morning, actually. And if you give this one any trouble, I'm going to come back in here, and I'm going to staple you to this bed.
Julia: Wow -- sounds like he means it.
Aidan: Hello, gorgeous.
Greenlee: Hey, beautiful.
Aidan: I was just going to call you. How was your first day back at work?
Greenlee: Oh. I don't want to talk about it -- I don't want to ruin it.
Aidan: That good, huh?
Greenlee: Amazing. It was like Kendall and Greenlee circa the beginning. We had all these ideas and plans, we were finishing each other's sentences.
Aidan: That makes me very happy. That's great.
Greenlee: I still can't believe it.
Aidan: Well, I do, and there's going to be more days like it.
Greenlee: I hope so. Hey, Kendall and I decided to get together later tonight.
Aidan: What, just the two of you?
Greenlee: No, the four of us -- you, me, Kendall, and Zach. That's ok, right?
Aidan: I don't think so.
Greenlee: What do you mean?
Aidan: I mean no. We're not going.
Tad: Your father's got us locked in here.
Colby: Dad, let us out!
Tad: Come here, come here, come here, come here. There's got to be some kind of mistake. We should've all walked out of here the second we saw his face.
Colby: I can't believe he did is, especially after he talked me into inviting you guys.
Tad: He talked you into inviting us?
Tad: Yeah, Colby, that must've been a rather special father/daughter moment.
Colby: Listen, I am so sorry. I really thought he wanted to do something nice.
J.R.: Don't beat yourself up, Colby. I've fallen into the same trap a million times.
Babe: So -- so you mean to tell me that he's got us all locked up in here, and I'm worried about what he's doing to my mother out there?
Tad: Yeah, I'm kind of concerned about that myself.
Colby: Ok, maybe it's not so bad. Maybe he just wants to talk to Krystal.
Tad: Sure, just before he shoves her into an unmarked car and kidnaps her.
Zach: You going to eat that?
Zach: It's some kind of a meat substitute or something. It's good.
Kendall: No, I'm not going to eat it. How -- how could -- how the hell can you eat right now?
Zach: Well, I'm hungry.
Kendall: No, you -- you don't care a bit that -- that Adam has us locked in here?
Zach: Ah, Adam is Adam.
Kendall: Ok -- seriously, you can't honestly be enjoying this, Zach.
Zach: He wants us to react to something. I don't know what it is, so I'm too tired and too hungry. I'm going to do this -- I'm going to eat and enjoy the view.
Kendall: Ah, my husband. Nothing bothers you at all. I guess you're right -- I mean, there's nothing we can do about it. We're just stuck here. I just feel bad for Babe. She's got to be worried about Krystal.
Krystal: What? What the hell are you doing, Adam?
[Pounding on door]
Adam: Make sure that door is properly secured, thank you.
Krystal: What, is this some sick idea for a private party?
Adam: No, it's not a party. The minister's not here yet.
Krystal: The minister?
Adam: Well, yes. You and Tad couldn't possibly have exchanged vows properly, and -- and I'm offering another opportunity.
Krystal: Oh, God. You have got to be kidding me. That's what this is about?
Adam: Yes. Well, I've ordered food and friends, friends and family and -- and flowers.
Krystal: Really? Well, you know where you can stick all of that stuff, Adam. Would you open the doors? Unlock them right now.
Adam: I think it's time for you to face your feelings.
Krystal: You know what I'm feeling right now, Adam? I'm feeling absolute disgust.
Adam: Oh. Well, that's nothing compared to the emptiness you'll feel as you make a lifetime, lifelong commitment to Tad Martin.
Krystal: Oh, God -- you know, this is so stupid, it's almost funny.
Adam: Yes, that's what I felt when I heard you married Tad.
Krystal: Would you look at me? Look at me, Adam. You've got your family locked inside that room. Now, I want you to open those doors.
Adam: And I want you to go through the motions of marrying another man when I know in your heart, you still love me.
Krystal: I'm already married to Tad, Adam. You don't think I'll do it, do you? You don't think I will marry him again in front of you?
Adam: You tell me.
Krystal: Huh. Well, how do I look, huh? Do I look good enough to renew my vows? Open the door, let's do it.
Adam: I want to run something by you first.
Krystal: Don't you touch me, Adam!
Adam: Ooh, feisty -- I like that.
Krystal: If you don't let go of me, I will kick you so hard where the sun don't shine that your goons are going to have to scrape you off of that wall! Now, let me go. Now, I already told you -- I am ready to marry Tad again, so what more do you want?
Adam: I have a lead on where Tad can find Kate.
Krystal: Haven't you gotten enough mileage out of that BS?
Adam: No. Listen to me --
Krystal: No, no, I am not going to listen to any more of that garbage about Tad's daughter, Adam. That is cruel.
Adam: What if I told you -- what if I swear to you -- that it isn't a lie?
Julia: On a scale from 1 to 10, where is your pain?
Julia: Come on.
Quentin: 6, maybe 7.
Julia: Ok. Are there any family members we can contact?
Quentin: I think I just need to be hydrated.
Julia: Thank you for that diagnosis, Doctor. What about family medical history?
Quentin: All healthy. Can I leave now?
Julia: And do you have any allergies?
Julia: Ok -- why don't you just tell me why you don't want to be here?
Quentin: Look, last I checked, I'm still an American citizen. You can't force me to stay here.
Julia: No, I can't. But you should know that the chief of staff has taken a special interest in your case and has called in a specialist.
Quentin: I didn't ask for all that.
Julia: So you can stay here and get some help, or you can crawl off someplace to die -- it's all the same to me.
Quentin: Hmm, that's some bull. It's not all the same to you.
Julia: Could you possibly have a bigger chip on your shoulder?
Quentin: Look, I don't want to be here, ok?
Julia: Ok! Why?
Opal: Julia. Hi there. How are you and your handsome -- oh. Oh, uh -- oh, it's you!
Greenlee: [As Aidan] You promised me you'd take it easy, Greenlee.
Aidan: That's supposed to be me, is it?
Greenlee: [Normal voice] I'm usually better at the accent. Look, this Kendall/Greenlee "friends again" thing is a really big deal to me.
Aidan: I know.
Greenlee: And she invited us out with her and Zach. Can you give me one good reason you don't want to go?
Aidan: One drink, ok?
Greenlee: That's the Aidan I know and love.
Babe: Some mess, huh?
Kendall: Yeah. Well, for what it's worth, I -- I don't think Adam's going to hurt your mom.
Babe: At least not physically.
Kendall: Well, if it does come to that, I bet Krystal can take him in the first round.
Babe: Yeah, she's pretty tough.
Kendall: We all are -- when called on.
Babe: Yeah, I guess so. You know, it was really good to see you and Greenlee at Fusion -- I mean, friends again, working together? I missed you guys. I missed when going to work used to be fun.
Kendall: Yeah -- I know. I miss you guys, too. But I think we are actually back on track.
Babe: Yeah, you guys seem to be digging on that whole fashion show idea.
Kendall: Yeah, and what about you? I mean, good work on that whole Campbell's tie-in. That was great.
Babe: Oh, thanks. I think it should get us some pretty nice publicity.
Kendall: Yeah -- you mean, the kind that we actually want?
Babe: Yeah. Um -- we've been getting not-so-good press recently. I mean, that --
Babe: That whole big article on Hannah and the shooting? I mean, we really haven't talked about that. Are you ok?
Kendall: Yeah, I'm -- I'm good, thanks to Ryan. And he's actually doing great.
Babe: And Zach? I mean, knowing Zach, he's probably beating himself up because he couldn't save Hannah.
Kendall: He actually seems to be handling it.
Babe: Really? That's good.
Kendall: Yeah, so what about you? Any news on J.R.?
Babe: Oh, you'll have to ask him. I mean, you must know he is the one who leased your condo and decided to move in next door without bothering to fill me in on his plans.
Zach: Your dad throws quite a party, huh?
J.R.: Yeah. The old man never lets me down.
Zach: Any idea what this is all about?
J.R.: Oh, I assume it's his bizarre way of trying to get to Krystal.
Zach: What we do for our women, huh?
J.R.: Yeah, speaking of which, what is this -- a double team? You walk down here, talk to me, Kendall's bending Babe's ear?
Zach: It's another way your dad screwed you up.
J.R.: What the hell's that supposed to mean?
Zach: Lack of trust, my friend, lack of trust.
J.R.: Yeah, right, because I trust you.
Zach: I'm just making conversation.
J.R.: Oh, that'd be something new -- us talking about, hmm, nothing, because we have nothing in common.
Zach: We got a few things in common. Some guy stole your car, ran me down, left me for dead, and then blamed you for it.
J.R.: Yeah. You ever think about getting your hands on that SOB?
Zach: Every day.
J.R.: Well, you and I might have to team up to find him.
Zach: Yeah. What's going on? What are you working on?
J.R.: Oh, you mean since you blew my whole chance of having my own internet network?
Zach: Oh, don't do that -- it's bitter, it's ugly. Come work for me.
J.R.: Yeah, that would be the day. How are your benefit packages?
Colby: You don't think my dad's kidnapping Krystal, do you?
Tad: Oh, no, honey. I was just being sarcastic. It was a feeble attempt at lightening the mood. I swear, though, if he lays a finger on her, I'm going to break his neck.
Colby: No, she could handle him.
Tad: She shouldn't have to. And for that matter, neither should you.
Colby: I've gotten used to it. It seems like it's part of the job description.
Tad: I swear, I hope he knows how lucky he is to have you.
Krystal: So now, you're saying you do know where Kate is?
Adam: I'm saying I have a very informed idea of where to look for her. You don't -- you don't believe me?
Krystal: Oh, why should I, Adam? Come on -- one week you say it's the truth, the next week, you say it's not. Now, you're trotting it out as the truth again?
Adam: This is on -- this is on the level. I want to make you a deal.
Krystal: Oh, God, here we go.
Adam: Oh, no. Hear me out.
Krystal: There's always a catch with you, Adam.
Adam: Mm-hmm. I know how much you care about Tad, your friend, and I know how long he's waited to find his daughter Kate. So, I will tell him where to find her -- if you come back to me. Well?
Krystal: I can't believe it's possible, Adam, but my opinion of you has bottomed out.
Adam: Really? It sounded like a pretty good trade to me.
Krystal: Oh, oh -- a good trade, huh? Bartering children, again? Only this time, I could be giving up Jenny so that Tad could get Kate, and you know that's exactly how it would turn out.
Adam: Well, how is this going to turn out? Tell me. God help me, I can't -- I can't stop thinking about it. Nobody makes you feel the way I do. Come on, tell me I'm wrong.
Krystal: I'm married to Tad.
Adam: Yeah, you have a wonderful family -- blah, blah, blah. What about this?
Krystal: What I have, Adam --
Adam: You have an opportunity to give Tad something he's wanted for a long time, and in exchange for something you want -- us, together, where we belong.
Ryan: I don't know where we're going, but right now, I don't really care.
Annie: Not too bad, huh?
Ryan: Uh-uh. From the day we met --
Annie: Oh, when I came at you with a fireplace brush ready to impale you?
Ryan: What? Yeah, you were a little bit tough.
Annie: I was terrified. I love you.
Ryan: Not enough to tell me where we're going.
Annie: God, I thought you said you didn't care.
Ryan: Listen, I'd be happy to stay in -- in here all day, but is it my imagination or are we flying in circles right now?
Annie: Could be. Sometimes the best surprises are right under your nose.
Ryan: Really? Wow, this is getting even more interesting.
Annie: Oh. I'm just getting started.
Opal: Oh, now I know who you are.
Quentin: I don't think so.
Opal: You are -- are the guy that was on that team, aren't you? The athlete, and then you were on that other show, too -- maybe "Dancing with the Stars"? Come on, Julia -- you know who he is.
Julia: I have no idea.
Opal: Well, um, he -- he didn't win, I don't think.
Quentin: It wasn't me.
Opal: Oh, come on. You don't have to be shy now -- I know he's famous.
Quentin: I'm not famous.
Opal: Yeah --
Quentin: I'm not an athlete.
Opal: It's ok, it's ok. Your secret is safe with me. Oh. But you sure are cute in person.
Julia: So is that why you're such a pain in the butt -- because you're some kind of celeb?
Julia: So you -- you save their lives out there and then nobody could find you?
Quentin: Until now, huh? Look, trust me -- I'm nobody.
Julia: Well, not to me. You're somebody who needs help, who's sick and won't admit it.
Quentin: I'll admit to being sick. I just don't want to --
Quentin: Oh, man. Oh. Whatever it is, it's definitely idiopathic. Felt a little gastroparesis, but that doesn't fit. Oh.
Julia: Who are you? Where did you learn that medical talk?
Opal: Well, Dr. Martin, I'm afraid if I wasn't scared of getting sued for sexual harassment, I would like to tell you that you look downright delectable.
Joe: Well, if you ever said a thing like that to me, I certainly would sue. Thank you very much.
Opal: Oh, dear. So are you taking Ruthie out to dinner?
Joe: No, actually, I'm waiting for a colleague.
Opal: Well, I guess you like to dress for the occasion, huh?
Joe: Well, it's a special colleague.
Opal: Oh -- clearly.
Joe: Oh, excuse me.
Opal: Oh, sorry. I'll get out of your way.
Joe: Yeah. Dr. Martin. You've landed already! Well, that's wonderful! Why don't you check into the Valley Inn, and I'll meet you there?
Julia: So you picked up a few phrases in Iraq?
Quentin: I hung around the medics, caught some of their slang.
Julia: That wasn't slang. You just spoke like a doctor.
Babe: Are you texting the cops?
Colby: Yeah. They know me pretty well over there at the station. You think they'll come bust the door down?
Babe: I'm guessing no, but I would still love to know what's going on out there.
Krystal: Have your goon open the door!
Adam: Not until you give me your decision!
Babe: Or not.
Krystal: Honey? We're getting married -- again. And we're going to give Adam a real show just to show him what he's missed.
[Krystal kisses Tad]
Zach: This is better than the play you dragged me to -- it has kissing in it.
Kendall: Hmm, yeah.
Babe: Um -- Mama? Are you ok?
Krystal: Oh, yeah, it's my wedding day. Hmm. I'm just peachy.
J.R.: What the hell is this all about, Dad?
Kendall: Well, it looks like there's going to be another wedding.
Zach: Wish I would've known -- I would've dressed up, you know, wear a tie or something.
Kendall: Ah, no, you look hot. Don't worry about it.
Zach: Hey. That true -- tying the knot?
Tad: I guess so, and on Adam's dime.
Tad: I agree with you -- if I had known, I would've dressed a little better myself. Oh, but I am in the mood for a -- a best man. Are you busy?
J.R.: I'd be happy to.
Krystal: Well, heck! I guess I need a maid of honor. Babe?
Babe: You don't even have to ask.
Tad: I'm going to go out on a limb here and guess you're here for the wedding.
Minister: Oh, Mr. Chandler, I'm sorry I'm late. Is this your blushing bride?
Tad: Oh! No, no, no, no, no. He's not getting married -- we are.
Minister: Oh, sorry. I just thought -- so, we're doing this now?
Krystal: Oh, yeah, yeah. We're going to do it, and we'll probably do it when we get home, too, right?
[Tad and Krystal chuckle]
Zach: It sounds like a good party. All right.
Tad: Oh, yeah, wait -- no, no. Before we get started, I would like to express my undying thanks to Adam. I mean, I -- I always knew that you were as generous as the day is long, but I had no idea how much you cared. In any case -- you ready, honey?
Tad: Ok, let's do this.
Minister: All righty, then. We are gathered here to celebrate the union of --
Tad: Thaddeus Martin and Krystal Carey.
Krystal: Krystal Carey Martin.
Tad: Carey Martin.
Tad: Ahem. Krystal? I think you're every bit as beautiful as you were the first day I ever laid eyes on you -- just as beautiful as the first time you chose me. You're everything that any man could ever want or hope for -- intelligent, passionate, hot.
Tad: As the kids would say -- I mean, that's -- "hot," did I get it right?
J.R.: That's what we say.
Tad: Ok, that's good. I'm sure I would be the happiest man on earth if you would honor me by choosing me again.
Krystal: Ok, it's my turn.
Krystal: Tad, um, I know we got married before, because it was the right thing to do. But now I know that it's much more than that. It's the best thing -- one of the best things -- I've ever done. Huh. You know, I -- I always knew that you were one of the good guys, but ever since I moved in with you and married you, I know for sure that you are -- you're a treasure. You're a real treasure, Tad Martin. And every girl in the world should be so lucky to get a guy like you.
Krystal: Quit it. You're caring and loyal. You're such a good father, yeah. You have no idea how damn sexy you are. Sorry I cussed -- I apologize. But I am so proud to be your wife. And I do love you.
Tad: I love you, too.
Minister: Lovely, just lovely.
Minister: Oh -- sorry. Is there anyone here who objects to this union?
Adam: No, no.
Minister: Then, by the power vested in me by the state of Pennsylvania, I pronounce you husband and wife.
[Tad and Krystal kiss amidst cheers and applause while Adam looks sick]
Dre: What's up? You were texting me to get over here. You ok?
Kendall: Ok. So, why are we here?
Zach: Because Adam wanted revenge, and he wanted an audience.
Zach: And I don't think it's over yet. Excuse me. All right -- ahem. A toast -- to the bride and groom. You guys had a rough ride, huh? Seen the best of times, the worst of times. But all the time, you've had a great sense of humor about everything --
Zach: And a really nice sense of style and grace. Tad and Krystal.
Guests: Tad and Krystal.
Zach: And, of course, we wouldn't be here if it weren't for the man who brought it all together, a man who knows life and knows that there are choices. You can create things, you can destroy things. He destroyed something here, and he created something -- he created this beautiful moment, memories for everybody. Adam Chandler, former -- and, if I'm not mistaken -- new CEO of Chandler Enterprises.
Annie: Come on.
Ryan: Wait. I know this smell.
Annie: Do you remember?
Ryan: Are you kidding me? How could I forget?
Ryan: Oh -- look at this.
Annie: Our place. The first time, remember? I was so freaked out.
Ryan: You were -- come on. You could never tell.
Annie: Well, I had tried so hard not to fall in love with you. And I was so sure you couldn't possibly be in love with me.
Ryan: Are you kidding me?
Annie: No. No. I mean, I wrote these fairy tales with happy endings, but I could never imagine one of my own.
Ryan: Annie, I have never met anybody that deserves a happy ending more than you.
Annie: I guess I just -- I lived in this protective mode for so long. You know, if I could anticipate all the bad, then I'd be safe. And then I met you, and it was -- it was safe and it was scary all at once, and -- am I making any sense at all?
Ryan: Yeah, you are, more than you know. And I love you, Annie Lavery. I love you, Mrs. Ryan Lavery.
Annie: Happy birthday, Mr. Lavery.
Julia: Nobody talks that talk without medical training.
Quentin: I'm no damn doctor, ok? Look, I told you, I was in Iraq. I saw people die, people fighting for their lives. You pick things up, whether you want to -- ahem -- or not.
Julia: So, you're just this guy that lives in the woods? That's it?
Quentin: Something like that.
Julia: Ok. I respect your story.
Quentin: Thank you.
Julia: But I don't think it's true.
Quentin: Your choice.
Julia: Forget the medical stuff. If Opal thinks she knows you, she knows you.
Joe: No, I haven't met the patient yet, but I will do so shortly, and I'll give you an update. No, no, no, no -- you just stay there and relax. I'll get in touch with you, all right? Oh, by the way, welcome to Pine Valley. Or should I say, welcome back?
Adam: You're pretty smug for somebody who just got beaten at his own game.
Kendall: Zach, why are you making it worse? Can we please just get out of here?
Zach: Everything's fine.
Kendall: No, Zach -- ok, look, I have to -- I have to use the ladies' room so when I get back, can we just leave, please? We'll call Aidan and Greenlee, we'll have them meet us someplace else.
Zach: I'll be right here.
Ryan: Do you feel safe now?
Ryan: Good. Because this story has a happy ending, Annie -- yours and mine.
Colby: What is wrong with me? I thought my dad was legit. Like he was going to sing "Kumbaya" with Tad and Krystal and everyone would love everyone.
Dre: Sounds good, except the "Kumbaya" part.
Colby: I just feel so stupid.
Dre: Why? Because your dad used you, and you didn't see it coming?
Colby: I should be mad at him.
Dre: But you're not?
Colby: I don't know -- everything just blew up in his face today. You should have seen him at the wedding. He was so sad, it hurt.
Dre: Hey -- you're not alone here, ok? Look, parents are crazy. Sometimes you wish you didn't have them at all, but -- like you were sort of hatched or something.
Babe: So what was all that about?
J.R.: I don't know. Obviously, my dad didn't tell me about the wedding or getting Chandler back. Not a damn thing.
Babe: I'm sorry, J.R.
J.R.: Don't be.
Tad: Well, that was fun.
Tad: Were my vows a little too sappy?
Krystal: No. No, they were really nice.
Tad: Good. There's plenty more where that came from. You know, not for nothing, but I think if this is going to be official, one of us has to feed this --
Tad: To the other.
Krystal: Watch it.
Krystal: Watch it.
Tad: Ok, all right. Seriously, are you ok with this?
Krystal: Yeah. Yeah, I'm just -- I'm just a little tapped out, you know? Could we get out of here?
Tad: I say we go get a glass of champagne and toast each other -- alone.
Krystal: Sounds good.
Zach: Oh, Adam, Adam -- I'm sorry, man. I stole your thunder. I know you wanted to tell everybody yourself.
J.R.: Is it true, Dad? I mean, did you get Chandler back?
Adam: Yes. Yes.
Zach: Now, why don't you ask your dad how he got his company back? By preying on a defenseless woman.
Adam: The woman you fathered a child with? Hannah Nichols? The one that went out and grabbed a rifle and took aim at your wife?
Zach: That's enough.
Adam: No, no, I think we should discuss these things openly -- particularly somebody like your deranged ex-lover.
Zach: It's time for you to go home now.
Adam: Don't you dare dismiss me.
Zach: Or what?
Annie: Oh. Oh.
Ryan: This is the best day of my life, Kendall.
J.R.: I'm so glad my father chose Hannah to do his dirty work and not me.
Babe: You wouldn't have done it. I know you better than you know yourself. You wouldn't have done it, J.R.
J.R.: I wouldn't have done my father's dirty work? Even if he offered me a big stake in his company?
Babe: Well, you've turned him down before. What if he did offer you a job now -- I mean, now that he's got Chandler back?
J.R.: Yeah, I realize I might be a little underemployed at the moment, but I'd never go back to work for my father, ever again. I promise that to you, and Little A.
Babe: Well, I think that's a good choice. You know, I am -- I'm really -- I'm proud of you, J.R.
J.R.: You don't have to be.
Babe: I know, I know.
J.R.: Hey, I was thinking about heading home right after this. But there's this little coffee shop. It's quiet, kind of hip. I was thinking maybe we'd go sit down, have a cup of coffee -- you know, just as neighbors.
Babe: Oh, yeah, yeah, "neighbors." I meant to thank you for the heads-up on that.
J.R.: I'm sorry. But if I would have asked you in advance, would you have said yes?
Babe: Good point.
[J.R. kisses Babe on the cheek]
Dre: So we're in this limo, right?
Dre: On the way to a fundraiser.
Colby: Hmm! Fancy.
Dre: Yeah, right. Anyway, my dad and I fight the whole way there.
Colby: About what?
Dre: About everything. Nothing. Anyway, we get there and I say, "I'm not getting out of the car."
Colby: Ugh -- did he flip out?
Dre: Not my dad. Always cool. He says, "Well, that's your decision."
Dre: And then out comes the knife. He adds, "But I don't think your mother would be too proud of you."
Colby: Oh, that is so cold. How long after your mom died did he say this?
Dre: Just a couple months.
Colby: I'm so sorry.
Dre: And I got out of the car and went inside.
Colby: He knew the right button to push, huh?
Dre: My dad, the world champion button pusher.
Colby: Hmm -- I'll match my dad against your dad for that title any day.
Colby: Plus, that's not like you -- like your dad, I mean.
Dre: Oh, not you, either.
Colby: Let's make a pact to always be honest with each other.
Dre: As long as we don't do that pinky thing that girls do.
[Colby kisses Dre]
Greenlee: Where's Zach?
Kendall: He's -- he's over there with Adam.
Zach: Everything you touch goes south. Your family, your company, your kids -- everything.
Adam: Well, I know who my kids are. That's more than I can say for you. Hmm. Hannah was fixated. How you could desert her and then -- and then what's his name -- Ethan?
Zach: You can say anything you want about me. Don't mention Hannah and don't mention Ethan.
Adam: Oh, come on, we can mention Hannah and Ethan. You -- you've done nothing to be ashamed of. You just knocked her up and left her.
Zach: Don't do this.
Adam: And -- and you left her in whose capable hands? Your father, Alexander Sr. Hmm. Oh, and can you imagine being an 18-year-old girl, trapped in a house with a crazy man?
Zach: I'm warning you --
Adam: Yeah. And then she came to you years later for a little love, a little -- possibly a little recognition, maybe. But what did you do?
[Puts glass down]
Adam: You took her in your hands, her life in your hands, and you just let her go. And you didn't let her go conveniently, no. You killed the poor woman. You pushed her right over the cliff.
Adam: Agh --
[Zach proceeds to strangle Adam over the bar]
Joe: How's the patient?
Julia: He's very smart, and equally uncooperative.
Joe: Yeah? Well, I certainly don't like the looks of this. A specialist will be here soon, but I think it's time I met our guy. Ok?
Joe: Well, I never expected to meet you here.
Tad: Ok, enough is enough. What is it? There's something eating you.
Krystal: I -- I don't even want to talk about it. I -- what Adam said was just so awful.
Angie: What does an old friend have to do to get a hug around here?
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Angie: Adam, open your eyes.
Adam: Angie Hubbard?
Tad (to Angie): Aren't you happy you came back?
Ryan (to Annie): So what do you think about trying to make a baby?
Aidan (to Kendall): Zach's car is gone. We'll find him, ok?
Greenlee (to Zach): Need some company?
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