AMC Transcript Friday 2/1/08

All My Children Transcript Friday 2/1/08


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Annie: What, what? No, no!

Ryan: Well, then, how -- what --

Annie: Ryan, Ryan, this is your home. This is your home. You live here, and I am your wife.

Ryan: Huh.

Annie: Ok? Sweetheart, I thought you were supposed to be in your bedroom. Can -- can you go? Can you go pick out your cereal for -- for breakfast? That would be great. Go pick out your cereal, ok? Go. If this is some kind of a joke, it stops here. You're starting to scare her.

Ryan: Something is wrong. I, um -- I got to get out of here, ok?

Annie: No, Ryan, Ryan, please. Ryan?

Ryan: You keep telling me that you're my family, and I don't know you. I don't know you, ok? And I'm telling you that this is not a joke. All right? I'm not joking!

Annie: Oh, my God. You're serious, aren't you? You really don't know who I am.


Nurse: We've got a code in Room one!

Kendall: That's Greenlee's room.

Zach: Ok.

Aidan: What's going on? What -- what happened?

Kendall: What's happening?

Zach: Ok, give them some room. Give them some room.

Aidan: Greenlee? Greenlee. I'm right here, baby.

Angie: I need to clear this room.

Joe: Clear the room, please. Clear the room.

Aidan: Joe, but --

Joe: No, no -- now.

Aidan: We can't lose her.

Kendall: Come on, Aidan.

Zach: Snap out of it. Come on. Joe. Joe?

Joe: She's all right now. Angie's stabilizing her.

Kendall: What's happening?

Aidan: Did she have another seizure?

Joe: Yes, she did. The toxin is attacking her heart and her lungs, and her electrolytes are out of whack.

Zach: But she is stable.

Joe: Yes, she is. For now. But overall, her condition is deteriorating.

Kendall: I don't understand. Why isn't the antidote working?

Joe: I don't know.

Aidan: There must be something more than we can do, Joe.

Joe: Yes, there is. There is. You can call Jackson.

Aidan: I already did. I left a message -- it went straight to voicemail.

Joe: Ok, call him again. I want him here in case we have to make a decision.

Kendall: What does that mean?

Joe: It means that Greenlee is running out of time.

J.R.: You started without me?

Adam: I wasn't sure you'd be joining me this morning.

J.R.: And miss out on one of Lucretia's famous sweet rolls? Not a chance.

Adam: Ah, yes,  free food -- one of the benefits of joining the family fold.

J.R.: Are you ok?

Adam: Why wouldn't I be?

J.R.: I don't know -- no reason.

Adam: You missed dinner last night.

J.R.: Right. Yeah, sorry about that. I had some things I had to take care of.

Adam: Are you being purposely vague?

J.R.: I had a meeting, ok?  A.A.

Adam: Ah, yes, ah, yes, ah, yes -- the hallowed 12 steps.

J.R.: That's right. Did I do something to piss you off somehow?

Adam: No.

J.R.: Well, you're acting like it.

Adam: Am I?

J.R.: Yeah.

Adam: Hmm.

J.R.: We've been here before, Dad. You got something to say to me, spit it out.

Adam: I have nothing to say to you -- except that I have a lot on my mind. Business.

J.R.: Business. You know, speaking of business, I looked over that proposal that Barry and you drew up -- for my internet project?

Adam: Hmm.

J.R.: I was thinking maybe we could discuss that over breakfast.

Adam: No, the proposal will have to wait -- ahem. I have a -- an overseas investor calling me in five minutes.

J.R. Ok. We'll talk later.

Adam: I'm sure we will.

Stuart: Was that J.R. I just saw leaving? Oh, it's so good to see him back in the house again. It's beginning to feel like home.

Adam: That Judas. For all I care, he can go straight to hell.

[Doorbell rings]

J.R.: Babe. I miss a play date?

Babe: I'm not here about Little Adam.

J.R.: Then what -- what's wrong? Is something wrong?

Babe: No, no. I just wanted to say I'm sorry.

Jack: Thank you for getting me through last night.

Erica: Well, I'm always going to be here for you, Jack. A divorce doesn't change that.

[Cellphone rings]

Jack: God, let this be good news.

Erica: Answer it.

Jack: It's Aidan. Aidan, what's the update? All right, I'll be -- I'll be right there.

Erica: Is it Greenlee, Jack?

Jack: Yeah, listen, she's --

Erica: Ok, you go, go, go, go. I'm right behind you.

Jack: All right.

Erica: Ok.

Ryan: I called a cab.

Annie: Ok. No, you're not going anywhere.

Ryan: Uh -- yeah, I am, actually. What is that?

Annie: This -- this is our life together, yours and mine. Remember? This is a picture of our wedding. The wedding that Greenlee interrupted.

Ryan: Wait a minute. Greenlee.

Annie: Well, ok. And -- and this picture was taken right after you found out that Emma was yours. You really don't remember any of this?

Ryan: I don't understand. How did you get these?

Annie: These are pictures of our life together, Ryan -- yours and mine. The life that we've been building for two years.

Ryan: "Years"?

Annie: Do you know what the date is today?

Ryan: Yes, I know what the date is today. It's, um -- it's, um --

Annie: Ryan, it's February 1, 2008.

Ryan: Huh. No. You're wrong.

Annie: Ok, Ryan, there's a picture from the Miranda Center Christmas party.

Ryan: No, you know what -- I don't want to see any more pictures. No more pictures -- because people can doctor photos to make them look like something that they're not.

Annie: It's ok, Ryan, Ryan, wait.

Ryan: All right? No, no, no!

Annie: Ryan, please -- ok. Ryan, do you remember the gunshot.

Ryan: "The gunshot"?

Annie: There was an accident about a month ago, and you haven't been yourself since.

Ryan: Oh, I see. Are you trying to make me feel crazy?

Annie: No, no, no, of course, not.

Ryan: Because I'm not crazy -- I know exactly who I am, ok? I am Ryan Aloysius Lavery. I have a younger brother, Jonathan, and I have a younger sister, Erin, who I haven't seen in a little while. And I am not married, but I used to be -- to Gillian Andrassy.

Annie: Ok, good, that's good. So you -- you haven't forgotten everything from your past.

Ryan: Oh, I see, but just you, huh? You don't find that a little bit too convenient?

Annie: Ryan, I spoke to the doctor after your accident, and he said you might have some kind of a delayed reaction to the head wound, some kind of a posttraumatic stress and I --

Ryan: Yeah, well, a doctor is exactly what I need. Thank you.

Annie: Ok, ok. I'll call the therapist.

Ryan: No, thank you. I want to see Joe Martin.

[Monitor beeps]

Nurse: I'll get a drip going to level off her electrolytes.

Angie: All right, good, and let's make sure to keep an eye on the BP.

Nurse: Ok.

[Monitor races]

Nurse: Dr. Hubbard, she's convulsing.

Second Nurse: Her BP is 160/130.

Kendall: Oh, God, this is worse than the last one.

Aidan: Greenlee? Greenlee, Greenlee, hold on. Get off of me, all right? She needs me.

Angie: We need to stabilize her.

Aidan: Greenlee, don't, don't. Please, please.

Stuart: Why are you so angry at J.R.?

Adam: J.R. isn't coming home because he wants to. He's coming home to spy on me -- to set me up.

Stuart: For what?

Adam: The details don't matter.

Stuart: Well, if J.R.'s in -- in some kind of trouble, maybe I can help him.

Adam: J.R. has all the help he needs -- huh.

Stuart: What is this?

J.R.'s voice: What could you possibly have to apologize for?

Babe: I -- I kind of gave you a hard time when you said you were going to be moving back into the mansion.

J.R.: Yeah. Yeah, you kind of -- you kind of did that, didn't you?

[J.R. chuckles]

J.R.: Look, it's my fault anyway. I was going on and on about how I'd never live under my father's roof ever again. You were just busting me. I -- I get it. It's all fair.

Babe: No, no it wasn't. Mama told me the truth. I know why you're really back, and J.R., I -- I couldn't be more proud of you.

Adam: That's enough.

Stuart: Now, who's spying on who?

Adam: I am doing what I need to do to find out what I need to know.

Stuart: Oh, Adam, and you're always the one that gets hurt in the end. You never learn. That's what's so sad.

Tad: Hey, Pop.

Joe: Hi, hi.

Tad: So what's the word -- how's Frankie doing?

Joe: He's still unconscious, but his vitals are improving.

Tad: So that's good. That means that experimental medication or whatever you're giving him is working, right?

Joe: Wish I could believe that. Fact of the matter is I simply don't know.

Tad: Well, but you just said his vitals are improving.

Joe: I know I did say that and they are improving for now, but this -- this toxin is so unpredictable. It's one step forward and two steps back -- Frankie improving, Greenlee regressing. It's a nightmare.

Tad: Oh, I'm sorry.

Joe: Yeah.

Tad: So how is it with Greenlee?

Joe: Well, if we don't have a miracle, I don't think she's going to make it.

Aidan: Wake up.

Kendall: Aidan?

Aidan: Wake up -- come on!

Kendall: Aidan, come on, let --

Aidan: Somebody do something!

Kendall: Let them work, ok? Come on, let's --

Aidan: Greenlee?

Zach: Come on.

Aidan: Greenlee, baby, I love you.

[Monitor races]

Jack: Oh, my God, Angie, is she --

Angie: Jack -- come on, let's go talk out in the hall. Come on.

Jack: Angie, what happened?

Angie: She had another seizure. Look, Jack, I'm -- I'm sorry, but she's slipped into a coma.

Kendall: What? It -- it's temporary, right? It's from the seizure, right?

Angie: We don't know yet.

Jack: Oh, my God. Can you -- can you give her a higher dose of this antidote? Would that help?

Kendall: Can you wait for the drug to take effect?

Angie: Look, until we know something more, we're just going to have to wait. I'm sorry.

Jack: How long, Angie?

Angie: As I said, I have no way of knowing. Look, I'll be back as soon as I can.

Aidan: No.

[As the monitor beeps, Greenlee's spirit lifts out of her body]

Greenlee: God! Why didn't somebody tell me I needed an eyebrow wax? Hmm. At least this means I'm not dead yet.

Zach: She's going to be ok.

Jack: She has to be.

Kendall: Ok, so what do we do? We just sit around and we wait?

Aidan: No, we don't. We need to let her know that we're here and that we're fighting for her.

Jack: Hey, sweetheart. We're all here, and we're all pulling for you.

Greenlee: Hey, guys, I'm right here.

Kendall: We're not going anywhere.

Zach: You already know you can't get rid of me.

Aidan: And we're all still going to be here when you wake up. I promise.

Greenlee: Wow. They all really care.

Erica: Jack? Can I get you anything?

Greenlee: That's right, Erica -- bail at the first opportunity.

Jack: I'm just glad you're here.

Erica: Where else would I be?

Greenlee: I don't know -- maybe getting a manicure, plotting to have me locked up in Oak Haven? Essentially trying to minimize my very existence just like you've always done. Do you remember what it was like when you were forcing Bianca to be the face of enchantment? God -- you were so smug then.

Erica: Oh, please. You loved every minute of it. You couldn't wait to tell me Bianca's secret.

Greenlee: Wait a minute -- you can see me?

Erica: Of course, I can see you. I'm a figment of your subconscious mind.

Greenlee: My life is hanging by a thread. Of all the people in this hospital, I highly doubt my subconscious would choose to talk to you first.

Erica: Face it, this is what you want -- to fight. So bring it on.

Greenlee: All right, you've always hated me, Erica. Why?

Erica: I never hated you. You've always been your own worst enemy -- I called you on that, and you didn't seem to like it very much.

Greenlee: That's crap. You hate me, because I remind you of you.

Erica: Oh -- don't flatter yourself.

Greenlee: Why are you here?

Erica: To support Jackson, of course.

Greenlee: That's classic. You're using my coma to sink your expensively manicured hooks into my dad?

Erica: Because of you, your dad and I are divorced.

Greenlee: Uh-uh, lady. That was all you.

Erica: Oh, no -- you never wanted to take responsibility for your actions, but you have always been jealous of my success, my strength, my family.

Greenlee: In your dreams. You'll just never be happy, Erica, because all you do is want.

Erica: Oh, well, isn't that the pot calling the kettle black? Look around you -- you have everything you could possibly want. You have a father who gave up the love of his life for you. You have a best friend who -- who loves you like a sister, and you have a handsome and loyal man who loves you.

Greenlee: I don't need your validation.

Erica: Oh, I think you do, but you'll never know for sure unless you come back to challenge me. So, please, why don't you get out of that ridiculous hospital gown and wake up? I'm always ready for a fight with you.

Tad: So, listen, how are they treating you, kiddo? Listen -- I want to talk to you about your old man. They tell me you thought you saw him the other day. Well, can't say I'm surprised. With your mom back in town, I miss him more than ever. He was a good man, Frankie -- probably the best of men. He was the kind of man who would do anything for the people he cares about. You should've seen him with my sister. He was like a bulldog -- huh. Protected her same way he protected you. When you were a baby, things got bad around here. Your folks almost lost you, had to fight to get you back the same way your mother's fighting for you now. And if Jesse were here -- if he is in some way -- then he'd be fighting for you, too. You can beat this thing, Frankie. I know you can -- you got it in you. And if you believe you saw your father, I don't care what anybody says about hallucination -- you saw him. Because there's one thing I know -- he was the kind of person that was always there when you needed him most. He was for me, and he is for you. He always will be.

[Jesse watches from outside the room]

Ryan: Joe.

Joe: Oh. Hey, Ryan.

Ryan: Hey, it's great to see you.

Joe: Yeah. You got a problem?

Ryan: Well --

Annie: We woke up this morning, and Ryan can't remember me.

Ryan: Um -- would you just excuse us for a second, please? Thank you. Listen, Joe --

Joe: Yeah?

Ryan: This is -- this is a little bit embarrassing probably, but I -- I think maybe last night I might have had too much to drink, because I woke up this morning and -- and this woman and her daughter were in my house.

Joe: Really?

Ryan: Yes, and it -- it gets a little bit more interesting. She says that we're married and that it's 2008, and she showed me all these pictures and everything and anyway the point is, is that, um, I think maybe she's maybe crazy or something. I'm not sure.

Joe: Yeah. And you -- you don't remember Annie at all?

Ryan: No.

Joe: Huh.

Ryan: Joe, I have never seen her before in my life.

Annie: Joe, please tell me what's going on.

Joe: Well, why don't we step into my office?

Ryan: Well, hold -- hold on a second. Just -- just tell her that you know me and tell her -- tell her the truth, please.

Joe: Now, calm down.

Ryan: You want me to calm down? I'm living in a nightmare here. You're asking me to calm down? Just tell her that she's wrong. Tell her she's not who she thinks I am. Please, tell her.

Annie: Joe, I'm scared.

Ryan: Could you -- could you just stop talking to him, please, for a second?

Joe: Ryan --

Ryan: Please.

Joe: Ryan, you were recently admitted to this hospital with a head wound -- gunshot.

Ryan: Yeah, that's -- that's what -- that's what she said, Joe, but I -- I don't remember that at all.

Joe: Ok. I'd like to run some tests.

Ryan: Well, what -- what -- what -- what kind of tests?

Joe: Just routine. Routine tests, that's all. Yeah.

Ryan: You don't actually believe her, do you?

Annie: Ryan --

Ryan: Do you? Do you -- do you believe her?

Joe: Ryan, right over there is an empty exam room, and there we can kind of figure things out, ok? Do you trust me?

Ryan: Yes.

Joe: Ok.

Ryan: I trust you.

Joe: All right, all right.

Ryan: I -- I really -- I really need to do this by myself.

Joe: Right. Just give me a little time with him, and I'll get back to you with an update as soon as I can, ok?

Annie: Ok.

Joe: Ok.

Stuart: Adam, you keep making the same mistakes. You don't know how to trust.

Adam: With good reason, it turns out. J.R. is colluding with the enemy.

Stuart: Which one? There's so many, sometimes I lose track.

Adam: Krystal.

Stuart: I thought you loved Krystal.

Adam: No. Not anymore.

Stuart: Why not? She had to marry Tad in order to keep her little girl.

Adam: No, Krystal didn't have to do anything. She chose to marry Tad Martin. She chose to deny her feelings for me.

Stuart: Oh, you're still in love with her. I know, and you're hurting, and I -- and I know. I -- I can tell.

Adam: You're so naive, Stuart. These things are beyond your comprehension.

Stuart: Well, I have a family, too, and we're happy. Are you?

Adam: I won't be made a fool of by anyone. Especially not my family.

J.R.: I told Krystal that I didn't want to get you involved in this.

Babe: I didn't give her a choice.

J.R.: But I don't want you getting caught up in the crossfire. You know how my father gets if he feels threatened.

Babe: You can handle Adam.

J.R.: Yeah? Since when?

Babe: Since now. You marched right in there without thinking twice.

J.R.: I didn't have a choice. If he knows where Kate is, I have to find out. I owe Tad.

Babe: I know, I know, and I also know what this house represents.

J.R.: I haven't had a drink since I moved back in here, if that's what you're worried about.

Babe: I'm talking about Adam and all those mixed feelings you have about him.

J.R.: If what Krystal says is really true, and my father knows where Kate is, and he's hiding it, that's the end for us.

Babe: J.R. --

J.R.: I could never forgive him for that.

Babe: He is your father. I know that you still care about him.

J.R.: Yeah, but what kind of monster would do something like that?

Babe: You -- you don't have to pretend with me. I know how much losing Adam would hurt you.

J.R.: Yeah. But I still have to face him -- beat him.

Babe: And you will, because you have always had it in you to be a better man than he could ever think of being.

J.R.: You know, that's something I never thought I'd ever hear you say.

Babe: And for what it's worth, I've got your back.

J.R.: Come here.

[J.R. and Babe hug]

Tad: You should have seen your mother back in the day. She was something. Hmm. All that lipstick, and those shoulder pads --

Angie: I seem to remember someone wearing a gold chain and lots of open-neck sweaters.

Tad: Yeah. Guilty as charged. I'm sorry, I was just dragging him down memory lane. I can't help myself. I swear, he looks so much like Jesse.

Angie: Yeah, he does. The cheekbones, those full, heart-shaped lips.

Tad: Yeah, he comes by it honestly. That's the way it works. I swear, there's times I think Little A looks just like Dixie.

Angie: It is hard living with reminders of what we lost.

Tad: It beats the alternative. Not a day goes by I don't wonder if Kate's got Dixie's hair or her lips, her eyes.

Angie: I've been dreaming about Jesse a lot lately. Every night, in fact.

Tad: Makes sense.

Angie: Yeah, you know, it's something about being back home, Pine Valley.

Tad: Yeah. A lot's changed since you've left.

Angie: Yeah, well, a lot hasn't changed. I drove past our old house on the way back into town, and it's still a gorgeous blue.

Tad: That's right, it's still the color, that same blue. What about this place? As I recall, you've logged a few thousand hours in here.

Angie: This is where I lost him. Uh -- boy, you know, sometimes I almost want to believe Frankie when he says that he saw Jesse. I know that's impossible.

Tad: Maybe not. Frankie's going to beat this thing, Angela, I know he will. Because that's what Jesse would do. And there's a piece of Jesse in Frankie.

Angie: Yeah. Well, listen, I've got to get back to Greenlee. Thank you for being here with him.

Tad: Yeah, ok. He doesn't have a choice, the poor kid. I'll see you later, ok?

Angie: I love you, Tad.

Tad: You, too, baby, you, too. Whew.

[As Tad looks at the picture of Jesse and Angie, Jesse roams the hospital halls hiding his face]

Aidan: She's so still.

Zach: And quiet.

Aidan: It's pretty scary, isn't it?

Greenlee: That's right, boys. Enjoy the silence. Because it won't last.

Zach: She'll come back.

Aidan: She has to. I honestly don't know what I'd do without Greenlee.

Greenlee: Huh. Never in a million years would I have pictured this. The two of you hovering over my body, actually wanting me to live.

Aidan: That's because you're too damn stubborn to accept how we got together in the first place.

Greenlee: Mercy sex isn't exactly the best way to start a long-term relationship.

[Aidan chuckles]

Aidan: Oh -- I've told you a hundred times, I'm the one who did you a favor.

Greenlee: Ok, ok, maybe that's true.

Aidan: Did you just admit that I'm right about something?

Greenlee: Well, I didn't then.

Aidan: No, you argued with me like hell.

Greenlee: And you fell in love with me.

Aidan: Yeah. I did, didn't I? Imagine that.

Greenlee: You rescued me from that shelter, and you never gave up.

[Aidan sighs]

Greenlee: What is it?

Aidan: I love you, Greenlee. I've never been more in love. And I couldn't take it -- I couldn't take the thought of you never coming back. I mean, I -- I did some crazy things --

Greenlee: Hey, it's ok.

Aidan: No, it's not. Hear me when I say this, and I mean really hear me. I'm crazy about you. And nothing would make me more crazy than to lose you again.

Greenlee: That's what you said to me when I came back from the hospital, right before we made love on the floor. Oh, I love thinking about that night. And I do believe you. You've brought me joy, Aidan. You stuck by me, no matter how crazy or selfish I get like no one since Leo. And I do notice. So hang in there, because I want to see where this takes us. And I love you, too.

Aidan: I'm going to go check in with the doctors.

Jack: I'll go with you. Watch over my girl, huh?

Zach: Of course, I will. I'll be right here. So here we are again.

Greenlee: Seems like our lives are always hanging in the balance.

Zach: Well, but you seem to be handling it a lot better.

Greenlee: Hmm. Say it again.

Zach: Well, you seem to be handling it a lot better.

[Greenlee chuckles]

Greenlee: No, no, the message. Say the message again.

Zach: You're not who I thought you were.

Greenlee: I still love hearing you say those words. Why is that? I hated you so much before.

Zach: Well, that was before, and now --

Greenlee: Right. The shelter.

Zach: Yeah. And we're bonded for life. So hurry up. Get back to yours, ok?

Greenlee: I will, Zach, for all of us.

Jack: Well, I certainly hope that's a promise.

Greenlee: Hey, Jack.

Jack: Hey.

Greenlee: I'm sorry, dragging you down here again.

Jack: I thought we had a deal. No "Jack," not anymore. It's "Dad," got it?

Greenlee: Got it.

Jack: Good.

Greenlee: It still takes some getting used to.

Jack: I know, I know. I certainly wish I could fill in those missing years -- for both of us.

Greenlee: I wish I had been an easier daughter, given you more happiness than trouble. You're a great guy. You deserve it.

Jack: Well, you know --

[Greenlee chuckles]

Jack: It's not too late.

Greenlee: I don't know.

Jack: Huh.

Greenlee: This seems pretty serious to me.

Jack: Greenlee never quits. Greenlee doesn't give up. My Greenlee -- she's a fighter.

Greenlee: Kendall, what would I do without you? Sometimes it feels like I'm looking in the mirror, we're both so messed up. Like soul mates. Just not the happily-ever-after kind. We've seen the best of each other and the worst. But one of my favorite memories of us is --

Kendall: Is when we realized we wanted to have a family together.

Greenlee: It was one of the happiest days of my life.

Kendall: "Well, looks like I'm having a baby."

Greenlee: "My baby. You're going to have my baby."

Kendall: "Your baby."

Both: "We're going to have a baby!"

Kendall: Oh. Oh! You know, Spike really was supposed to be our child together.

Greenlee: Well, he's still the best of both of us. We've been through so much together. We showed our claws, we bore our hearts, we put bags under our eyes --

Kendall: Hey, hey! I look good. Look at you. Oh --

Greenlee: What do you say to one more trip down memory lane?

Kendall: I say show me the train.

Greenlee: Choo-choo!

[As music plays,  scenes from the past flash by]

Greenlee: Like I always said, you're my one and only true friend.

Kendall: I'm right here.

Greenlee: Good. Because things are about to get a little crazy.

[Monitor races]

Kendall: Someone get help! Oh, God.

Angie: Get me a cart!

Aidan: What happened?

Kendall: I don't know. The -- the machine just started making funny noises.

Joe: Well, I understand this must be extremely troubling for you.

Annie: I don't care about that, I just want to make sure Ryan is ok.

Joe: I know you do, I know you do. I did some basic motor response tests. He seems to be fine physically.

Annie: Well, you don't understand, Joe. He looked our daughter in the eyes this morning and didn't recognize her.

Joe: I know, I know. It's very important that you remain calm.

Annie: Well, how -- how am I supposed to remain calm?

Joe: Well, you have to try. I'm going to run some neurological tests, as well.

Annie: But you said -- you said that there was nothing physically wrong.

Joe: Yes, well -- the human brain is very, very complex, and there's so much about it we still don't understand.

Annie: But are you saying this could be permanent?

Joe: Oh, no, no, there's no need to leap into a worst-case scenario, that kind of thing. I mean, the whole thing could clear up in a week. But I do need time to study him.

Annie: I -- I need to see him.

Joe: Yeah, I -- I understand that, but the important thing is not to agitate him any further.

Annie: I know, but please, Joe, I need to see my husband.

Joe: Well, all right, ok, but you have to remain calm around him. Now, if we keep an eye on him, everything should work out, I think, yeah.

Annie: Ok.

Ryan: Joe showed me the newspaper with today's date on it. February 1, 2008. I've lost four years of my life.

Stuart: Adam, talk to J.R. and bring whatever this is out in the open. Fix it.

Adam: I can't. I can't forgive J.R., not for this.

J.R.: Thanks for the high-five.

Babe: Well, I'm always in your corner, J.R., when you do the right thing.

J.R.: Yeah, that hasn't happened very often.

Babe: Lately, more and more.

J.R.: I've put you through a lot.

Babe: Well, keep this up, and we'll call it even.

Annie: I know you're confused, Ryan. None of this makes sense to you, and I know that. But we'll get it back. I promise.

[Ryan pulls away from Annie when she tries to hug him]

Tad: Hmm. Well --

[Tad sighs]

Tad: That's about it for me, kiddo. I'm out of here. But I'm sure I'll be back again soon to torture you with some more tales of my misspent youth. In the meantime, you just remember what I told you. You fight this thing, Frankie. Your mother needs you. So do I. We all need you.

[Tad spots Jesse out in the hall and takes off after him]

Angie: Give me 5 cc's of epi!


Greenlee: Help me. I'm not ready to go! I made all these promises! I -- I want to stand up to Erica, I want to be Jackson's daughter, I want to know Zach, and -- and love Aidan, and -- and be friends with Kendall forever!

Angie: She's not responding.

Greenlee: Do something, damn it! I want to live! I want to live!

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

Aidan (to Angie): Give me the poison, and give me the toxin. You can experiment on me.

Annie (to Zach): Ryan believes his world stopped four years ago. Wasn't that when he was engaged to Kendall?

Ryan (to Kendall): I love you.

Tad: Jesse?

Jesse: Yeah.

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