AMC Transcript Wednesday 2/13/08

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 2/13/08


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Tad: Angie.

Angie: Tad, have to talk to you. Can -- can I come in?

Tad: Yeah, sure, sweetheart. Come on in.

Angie: I need your help, Tad.

Tad: Well, then, fine -- you've got it.

Angie: It's Jesse.

Tad: What about him?

Angie: Frankie still believes that he saw Jesse in his room. And I think I saw him at the cemetery.

Tad: Yeah, I know. My father just -- he called me from the hospital.

Angie: But, of course, I know that it couldn't be him. I mean, you know, it had to be a figment of my imagination. It's just my wanting him so badly.

Tad: No, no, listen. From here on out, if you want anything, if I can do anything, I will.

Angie: Can you? Can you help me find a way to let Jesse go?

[Annie daydreams]

Ryan: You are so beautiful. You are as beautiful as the day that we got married.

Annie: You remember?

Ryan: Yeah, how could I possibly forget that? How could I forget how much that I love you, how much -- how much I want you?

[Knock on door]

Annie: Oh --

Ryan: For you.

Annie: They're beautiful.

Ryan: Good, I'm glad you like them. Just -- you know, I figured because it was so close to Valentine's Day and everything.

Annie: Thank you. I know this isn't easy.

Ryan: It's ok, you know? I -- actually, I think it's a -- it's a pretty good idea, you know, the whole first-date thing.

Annie: Yeah.

Ryan: So, where should we start?

Annie: Uh, let's get out of here. I thought we could grab a drink at ConFusion.

Ryan: All right, let's do it.

Annie: Great. I think you're really going to like ConFusion -- I mean, the bar. Huh. So -- this is going to be fun.

Pam: Mr. Woods, you're doing great.

Samuel: Oh, thank you.

Pam: And I just have to say this -- I love your politics. Your attack on the corporate thieves in this country is dead-on, and your environmental platform -- inspiring.

Samuel: Well, I appreciate that.

Pam: All right, guys. Let's go.

Samuel: She got some energy, this lady.

Erica: Too much caffeine.

Man: Clear the set. Roll tape. Slate. And in five, four, three --

["New Beginnings" theme plays]

Erica: We're back with U.S. Attorney Samuel Woods. Samuel, before the break, you were saying that you would like to make things better for the, as you put it, the average American. Who exactly is average and how exactly would you make things better?

Samuel: What -- what you try to do is make the playing field more even so that honestly all Americans have a shot. Um -- take you, for example. You --

Erica: You have my permission -- take me.

Samuel: Ok. Well, you're one of America's most admired women but you have had some advantages.

Erica: Being a woman is not always an advantage.

Samuel: It is if you're smart. You know how to work it, and you're beautiful.

Zach: No. Two -- I need two seats. To Pine Valley, that's right. Can you do that?

Kendall: Zach?

Zach: Whoa. What are you doing? Hey, hi.

Kendall: Hi. Sorry. Sorry, I -- I -- I couldn't help myself.

Zach: You ok?

Kendall: I'm -- I'm -- I'm good, I'm good, I'm good. I'm much better now, much better. So finish your phone call, because I need my alone time with you.

Zach: Oh. What? No, no -- not -- no, you -- my phone cut out. All right. 12:30, yeah -- two seats. Thanks, I'll see you at the office. You -- who else is there? Ah, I'll deal with her when I get there. Ok. Bye.

Kendall: Hmm. All right?

Zach: Good, all set.

Kendall: Good, ok, so we're ready to go?

Zach: There's something we need to talk about.

Kendall: We do?

Zach: Mm-hmm -- your purse and what is in it. Give me the bag.

Kendall: Why?

Zach: Are you hiding something in there?

Kendall: Ok, I have no idea what you're talking about. No.

Zach: This, you women -- you keep stuffing God knows what stuff in there all the time --

Kendall: Why -- wait, wait -- well, I don't -- why do you care what I'm carrying in my purse?

Zach: Not what but how much -- look how heavy that thing is. It's not good for you, not good for your shoulders. You got to take the weight off those beautiful shoulders and that sensual back -- too much weight. Hmm.

Kendall: Oh. You know, I -- I love when you talk like that. No one's ever called my back "sensual."

Zach: Well, because, you know, I pay attention to all your body parts. Dr. Zach making a house call.

Kendall: Dr. Zach.

Zach: Mm-hmm.

Kendall: So, doc, what's the -- give it to me straight.

Zach: I will. Seriously, you're spending too much time worrying about another man.

Kendall: What?

Zach: Ryan. I get it, you know? He's having a rough time, but you just got your life back, and he's lost four years, he thinks he's in love with you, and I know it's hard on you. I know that. But I'm here. Ok?

Kendall: Yeah. Ok.

Ryan: So, this place is very -- well, it's very white, anyway. You want a drink?

Annie: Yes, yes.

Ryan: Great. What do you drink?

Annie: White wine -- dry -- and I love margaritas.

Ryan: Ah, I bet you Greenlee turned you on to those. Woman can seriously handle her tequila. But you like dry white wine.

Annie: Yes.

Ryan: That's what you like.

Annie: I do, yes.

Ryan: Yes. Great.

Annie: Yeah.

Ryan: Ok. Hey, I am at a serious disadvantage here.

Annie: And what's that?

Ryan: Well, you know everything there is to know about me, and I don't --

Annie: And you don't -- you don't know anything about me, right? Um -- well, why don't I fill you in, then? Let's see -- I love sleeping in the nude.

Ryan: Hell of an opener.

[Annie chuckles]

Annie: And I love sweets of all kinds, especially chocolate. I love long baths, with bubbles.

Ryan: Oh, I'm a bit of a shower guy myself.

Annie: Hmm -- except when I invite you to join me in the tub.

Ryan: Hmm.

Annie: You know what? That's -- that's probably too much info for a first date, huh? Um --

Ryan: I doubt you were quite so forthcoming on our real first date.

Annie: Uh -- no. No, I guess I'm -- I'm moving this along too fast. My favorite thing is reading to Emma at night, and cuddling with her in the morning. You, too -- I mean, cuddling with Emma. Not that you mind cuddling with me -- I mean, you like it. You do. Well, you did.

Ryan: Right. Excuse me -- sorry, yeah. Um -- I'm getting a dry white wine, and I'll just -- I'll just have a beer, please?

Waitress: Sure thing.

Ryan: Thank you. So --

Annie: So?

Ryan: Uh -- is there anything that you really don't like?

Annie: Talking about myself.

[Ryan chuckles]

Annie: Your turn.

Ryan: No! You know more about me right now than I do.

Annie: Well, I'm sure there are things about you that I don't know.

Ryan: Oh, yeah? Like a deep, dark secret?

Annie: Are there any?

Ryan: Actually, there is one. There is something that I have never told anybody before -- at least I don't think I have. Are you sure you want to hear it?

Samuel: So 70% of America's wealth is controlled by less than 10% of the people. Now, my point is there's a huge economic inequality in America.

Erica: And my point is that this is still the land of opportunity -- take you, for example.

Samuel: Ok, you have my permission.

Erica: Your father owned a small business, your mother was a teacher. You applied yourself, and you became a U.S. Attorney.

Samuel: You've been doing your research.

Erica: Yes. Yes, I have. You and your very impressive career prove that with talent and motivation, hard work, that can lead to success.

Samuel: And your career proves the same. Your mother was a single working mom, right?

Erica: Well, you've been doing your research.

Samuel: Erica, you and I -- we're the lucky ones. Now, hard work and motivation don't always cut it anymore. In fact, growing up middle-class is increasingly becoming a thing of the past. Yeah, we have our lucky ones -- we have our haves. But more than ever, we have our have-nots. Now, how can we expect people to pull themselves up by their bootstraps when most of them -- a lot of them -- can't even get their heads above water?

Erica: And so your answer is to even the playing field. What exactly does that mean?

Samuel: Oh, that means that I got to make tough decisions. Now, I -- I can't change the world. I know that. But I can try to make sure that in my part of the world, the rich don't get richer at the expense of the poor.

Tad: Angie, believe me. More than anything, I wish I could tell you that Jesse is still alive.

Angie: Be honest with me, Tad. Did you actually consider the possibility?

Tad: Why would you ask me that?

Angie: Tad --

Tad: Ok, all right. The truth? I did consider it, ok, for about a minute. But that was -- that was only because of Dixie. You know what happened to me -- I mean, I thought she was dead for the longest time, and then she wasn't.

Angie: Oh, God, I -- what I would give if that could be true for Jesse. You know, it's like I -- I -- I can feel him. I can feel him.

Tad: I'm sorry. For all of it, I'm so sorry.

Angie: It's not your fault.

Tad: Well, I sure as hell don't feel like I'm helping you any.

Krystal: Tad, honey -- oh, hi. Angie.

Angie: Hi, Krystal.

Tad: Angie felt like a little company.

Krystal: Is your son ok?

Angie: Oh, yeah, Frankie's fine.

Krystal: Oh. But you're not?

Angie: Well, I'm better now. Listen, it -- it's late. I -- I should get going.

Tad: Sure.

Krystal: No, no, no, wait, hold -- hold on. Um -- I -- I know I don't know you that well. But I know that what you've been through as a mother is just -- it's hell. I've been through it, too. You almost lost a child and -- I know what that can do to you. I'm a good listener.

Angie: It's, um, Frankie's dad. Yeah, I've -- I've been missing him. Yeah.

Krystal: Well, why don't you come in and sit down and tell me all about him. It can help sometimes -- to remember. Come on.

Angie: Me and Jesse? Our story -- I don't know where to begin.

Krystal: Day one, first eye lock.

Tad: Hey, Krystal, look -- Angie's been through an awful lot today. Maybe she's a little worn out.

Krystal: So, when, where, and how did you meet your Romeo?

Angie: We were in high school, and Jesse's mom had died, and he'd moved here from Chicago to live with his aunt and uncle.

Krystal: Oh. And the moment that you met -- was it that classic love at first sight?

Angie: Oh!

[Krystal chuckles]

Angie: No, no, I can't say that it was. I was the polite, proper, perfect daughter of a lawyer.

Krystal: Hmm.

Angie: And Jesse was this loud, rude -- oh, God, and so annoying.

[Tad chuckles]

Tad: Well, you know, you got to be fair -- it was probably an act.

Angie: Well, you know, he'd -- he'd had a tough start, and he had this whole riff on it. And he -- he put that riff on my parents the first time I brought him home for dinner? Oh, my God, it was such a disaster.

[Krystal chuckles]

Jesse: Well, if you mean a job, I already got one.

Angie's mom: Oh -- really? Where?

Jesse: Over in Center City -- I work nights.

Angie: Yeah, and tonight was Jesse's night off.

Angie's mom: What sort of work?

Jesse: Um -- bussing, cleaning up over at Foxy's.

Angie's mom: Foxy's? Uh -- what is that?

Jesse: It's a bar over there on Locust Street -- you ain't never been?

Angie: Needless to say, Jesse didn't win over my parents.

Krystal: Hmm.

Angie: But I was already hooked on the guy.

Tad: Yeah. Uh -- yeah, well, it's definitely a classic. You know, the -- the good girl and the bad boy.

Angie: No, not bad, not to me. He was gentle and so protective of me.

Krystal: In what way?

Angie: The night he proposed.

Angie's voice: Get married tonight? Are you serious?

[Jesse hums "Wedding March"]

Angie: Jesse, we can't!

Jesse: Yeah, we can, Angie, sure we can. All we got to do is cross over the state line over to Elmwood. There's this justice of the peace over there -- he does everything.

Angie: Oh, Jesse. This is just such a big step, I don't --

Jesse: Uh-uh, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hubbard, hmm, huh? Huh?

Angie's voice: Oh, Jesse. Yes. Yes. Jesse's voice: Yeah, baby.

Krystal: So did you follow through? Did you cross the state line and get married?

Angie: Yeah, we did. The justice of the peace kept us waiting for I don't know -- it seemed like an eternity and I was a nervous wreck. Oh. Took it out on the poor daffodils.

Krystal: Daffodils?

Angie: My wedding bouquet. Jesse, I really don't think you should've taken these from the park.

Jesse: Oh, come on, that's your wedding bouquet. And I didn't steal them -- I borrowed them.

Angie: Jesse. Jesse, you shouldn't.

Jesse: Oh, no, it's all right. It used to be -- be my mom's.

Angie: Oh, Jesse, I love you so much. Yes. Yes, I'm sure I want to marry him -- more than anything.

Jesse: With this ring, I thee wed.

Justice: And with all my worldly goods, I thee endow.

Jesse: And with all my -- my what?

Justice: Worldly goods, I thee endow.

Jesse's voice: With all my worldly goods, I thee endow.

Justice's voice: I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss the bride.

Angie: Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Hubbard. We'd done it. We were in high school, and we were married.

Krystal: Oh, wow.

Angie: But we kept it a secret for a long time -- too long. And it hurt us. It hurt us -- it hurt us bad.

Angie's voice: I've given it a lot of serious thought. And I've decided that the best thing for us to do is get a divorce. I got the divorce, but it wasn't over.

Krystal: Of course not. You and Jesse got that "forever" stamped the moment that you met.

Annie: So? Hey, if you don't want to tell me your --

Ryan: No, no, I do, I do. It's -- it's something I probably should tell somebody, you know? It's -- get it off my chest a little bit. It's just that, um, sometimes -- you know, like, when I'm in a hurry or something --

Annie: What?

Ryan: I don't --

Annie: You don't what?

Ryan: I don't recycle.

Annie: No.

Ryan: Yes.

Annie: You're kidding me.

Ryan: No, I'm not, it's true. Sometimes I will throw a can or even a bottle in the regular trash, just toss it right in there.

Annie: Oh, stop -- Mr. Environment?

Ryan: I know.

Annie: You're, like, religious about recycling.

Ryan: I know.

Annie: You convert everybody you meet. By the way, Emma is, like, the green advocate in her kindergarten class.

Ryan: Really?

Annie: Yeah.

Ryan: Go Emma!

Annie: Mm-hmm.

Ryan: Love that.

Annie: It's because of you -- because she wants to make you proud, because she loves you so much. And you love her, too, Ryan. You -- you will remember that. You'll -- you'll remember how much you love both of your children.

Ryan: I saw Spike yesterday.

Annie: Oh. Did you --

Ryan: Remember him? No, no, I didn't, but -- when I held him, I --

Annie: You -- you felt something?

Ryan: Yeah, I did, actually. I felt, like, a connection with him, you know? Um -- I guess part of it is because --

Annie: Because he's the child you had with Kendall.

Zach: All right, best pizza in Chicago. Could we have the house special, please -- two -- and a beer and a glass of water?

Waitress: You got it.

Kendall: Zach, please, I --

Zach: Come on, you've got to eat -- make you feel better. What else have they got?

Kendall: Oh -- food. That is your cure for everything.

Zach: Not everything, I -- huh.

Kendall: Huh. So, how was Ryan with you?

Zach: He was all right, you know? It's -- it's not easy for him. I'm married to the woman he loves or wants.

Kendall: I think that he in love with a memory.

Zach: A lot of memories, all her has. Thank you. But what you guys shared -- I mean, that was a lot. I never trust him around you.

Kendall: All right, ok. Well, maybe you're right. But can we just not talk about Aidan anymore?

Zach: Aidan? Who said anything about Aidan?

Erica: Samuel, you are such an inspiring speaker, and you have presented some very important issues.

Samuel: I just presented my concerns, really.

Erica: Well, you certainly don't hold back.

Samuel: I didn't with you. You are a great interviewer.

Erica: Then I certainly hope that you don't mind if I get a little more personal. You have had your own new beginning, starting with a -- a tragic loss that you suffered.

Samuel: I lost my wife in 9/11 -- South Tower. My son lost his mother. It's something we'll never recover from. But I like to think, like all tragedies, there's something positive that comes out of it, something good that comes out of that loss.

Erica: And for you?

Samuel: I like to think that I'm a better father. I'm -- I'm definitely a better lawyer.

Erica: How so?

Samuel: Well, I -- I couldn't help my wife. I couldn't save her. But in my capacity as a U.S. Attorney, I can help others.

Erica: Which has become your mission. Thank you, Samuel. Well, we are out of time. However, until next time, I want you to know that I truly believe that a new beginning is possible for anyone -- including you.

["New Beginning" theme plays]

Pam: Mr. Woods, you were -- I'm so -- thank you.

Samuel: Erica, I am -- I'm genuinely glad we did this, yeah.

Erica: Thank you, and -- and so am I. I -- if you do decide to run for the Senate, I may just come onboard.

Zach: Why'd you want to bring up Aidan?

Kendall: Uh -- I meant Ryan. I have been thinking about Aidan, though, a lot -- because of Greenlee. I mean, she's so in love with him, and I just hope he doesn't screw it up.

Zach: I think you worry about everyone too much.

Kendall: Yeah, I think maybe you're right.

Zach: And I think maybe you need a distraction.

Kendall: Oh? Ok, so, how are you going to do that?

Zach: Happy early Valentine's Day.

Kendall: Zach! Oh, my God -- this is so beautiful. You are so sweet. It's open.

Zach: It's good, right?

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, it is awesome. Look at my little boys. I love you.

Zach: I love you. There's more room in the back -- in case we decide to have more little boys or girls.

Kendall: Do you want to have more children?

Angie: I never told Jesse when I got pregnant. I assumed that he didn't want children, but I was so wrong.

Angie: I made a terrible mistake, and I'd given up our child and believed that we would never get him back.

Jesse: Were you thinking about the baby when you decided to give it away?

Angie: How did you know I was?

Jesse: No, uh-uh. Uh-huh. Ain't nobody going to adopt to my son.

Angie: Jesse --

Jesse: Nobody's going to take my baby from me.

Angie: But Jesse never gave up.

Tad: Hmm. Well, that was Jesse all over. Once he made up his mind about something, there wasn't a soul alive who could change it. Um -- Krystal? Excuse me for a second. I just -- I want to go check on something.

[Angie sighs]

Angie: You know, Jesse -- he searched, and he searched until he found our little Frankie, and we got him back. It wasn't easy.

Krystal: Yeah.

Angie: But finally, we were a family. And we made it official. You know, Jesse and I had our share of good and bad times after that. But we always loved each other, no matter what. And then I lost him.

Krystal: Tad told me that he died trying to save someone else.

Angie: Yeah. And, you know, Krystal, when I lost him, it seemed so -- it still seems so wrong. And I can't make peace with it. And I don't -- I don't think I ever will.

Tad: Oh, my God.

Jesse: This is killing me, Tad. Listening to Angie talk about the past like that -- it's killing me. Seeing her is killing me. Being so close to her -- it's killing me. I should've never come here!

Tad: Come on, take it easy. Look, your son was sick, he nearly died -- remember?

Jesse: Yeah, and now he's at risk again because of me. And the longer I stay here, the bigger the risk, Tad --

Tad: I know.

Jesse: For Angie, for Frankie, for you, your family.

Tad: You are family. Look, if you'd just clue me in, I can help you. Who -- just tell me who the bad guys are.

Jesse: I got to get out of here. I got to leave Pine Valley now!

Krystal: Tad?

Tad: Look, ok -- hey, hey, hey. Don't panic, all right? Just take it easy. Take it easy. I'll go clear the room.

Jesse: Tad? I know you're doing all you can to help. And I love you for it, man. I love you for it.

Tad: We'll get you out of here.

Krystal: Well, where'd you disappear to?

Tad: Sorry, the boiler went out. I had to crank it up again.

Krystal: Well, good. We have to keep our guest warm tonight -- Angie has agreed to stay with us.

Tad: Is that true, Angela? You -- you want to stay with us?

Angie: Well, Krystal suggested it. It -- is it a problem, Tad?

Krystal: No, no, it's not a problem. It's not a problem at all, right?

Tad: No, I just -- you know, I wondered how long.

Krystal: As long as she wants.

Angie: I'll only be staying with you for one night. I'm catching a plane tomorrow. I'm leaving Pine Valley.

Jesse: No, no, no, no, no.

Tad: You know, I know that you've been through an awful lot. You got to be exhausted, so you need your rest, especially if you're going to travel. And what with Jenny here, I'm just afraid you're not going to get all that much of it in this house.

Krystal: Just have Jenny sleep with us and keep the door shut. Why don't you tell Angie how glad you are that she's staying with us, and I'll go make us all some tea.

Jesse: Tad, tell Angie you will not be happy until she leaves.

Tad: She's absolutely right. I would be thrilled if you stayed with us.

Angie: Krystal bullied you into saying that.

Krystal: Look what I found.

Angie: Oh, this is a picture of Jesse, the one that was stolen from Frankie's room. How did it get here?

Ryan: I don't even get how Spike really, you know, happened, because he must have been some sort of miracle baby.

Annie: That little guy has had his fair share of struggles, that's for sure.

Ryan: When I was at the hospital, when I first realized that I couldn't remember anything, you know, when -- when we went there, I -- I looked at my medical record, and it said that I had a vasectomy even before Spike was conceived, so --

Annie: Ryan -- um -- Spike and Emma weren't conceived the old-fashioned way. Do you remember that you donated at some fertility clinic?

Ryan: So you and Kendall were -- were both --

Annie: Yeah.

Ryan: Wow. That is unbelievable. That's wild. You know, because the first time that I saw Spike, the first time I laid eyes on him, I -- I -- and by the way, I love the name Spike. I love -- I love saying it, you know? But I knew right away that he was mine and he was --

Annie: I'm sorry. I'm sorry, Ryan, I can't do this. I can't. I love you, and you are my husband, and -- and I want to make this work, but, God -- this feels different for me, too. I know that we are going to get to where we were, but for now, I just think we need -- I just think it's going to take some time.

Ryan: Do you want another glass of wine?

Annie: Yes.

Zach: Do I want more children? Sure I do.

Kendall: Really?

Zach: Yeah. But if you don't, I mean, I -- I'm perfectly happy with the family we have.

Kendall: God, I love you. I do. And I -- I do want to have more children. I want to have more of everything with you. You know what I want? You know what I want to do? I want to go back to the hotel room right now, and I want to take all of your clothes off and -- yes, I do --

Zach: Uh-huh.

Kendall: And I want to just spend the rest of the evening before our flight just getting busy with you!

Zach: Really?

Kendall: Yes.

Zach: Can I bring my pizza?

Kendall: Whatever you want. Come on. Let's go, let's go. It is time for me to give you your Valentine's gift. Come on, come on!

Erica: Well, I am so glad that we were able to accommodate you this evening.

Samuel: You know, the pleasure was all mine. And I -- I may kind of owe you an apology. When you first asked me to come on the show --

Erica: Oh, I didn't ask you, Pam did.

Samuel: Ok, all right. But when I spoke to you, if I came off rude, I'm sorry. Remember I told you my wife was a really big fan?

Erica: Mm-hmm.

Samuel: Yeah, I can still see her watching you. She would sit there transfixed, and -- I think on some level, I thought if I came on here, I'd think about it, and I might fall apart.

Jesse: Don't give me up, Tad.

Tad: Well, after the picture disappeared from Frankie's room, I thought I'd ask a couple questions, you know? And I'm glad I did, because a maintenance worker found it in the garbage. I'm sorry, it was just some -- some nurse who's new on staff, didn't know what she was doing and threw it away.

Jesse: Nice. Yeah!

Tad: Anyway, I thought, you know, I'd clean it up, maybe put it in another frame before I gave it back to Frankie. And I just -- I guess I just forgot. Thanks for bringing it up.

Angie: Frankie will be really happy to get it back.

Krystal: Well, why don't I get you ready for bed? I can show you where the guest room is. Come on.

Angie: Oh, no, please. The -- the sofa would be fine.

Tad: No.

Jesse: No!

Krystal: It's -- it's no bother, right?

Angie: You know -- um -- I'll be comfortable right here on the sofa.

Krystal: Ok, that's fine. Look, why don't I show you where you can freshen up, ok? Upstairs. Come on.

Angie: Ok, sure.

[Krystal chuckles]

Angie: Yeah.

Jesse: Angie's sleeping on your couch, man?

Tad: It's not my fault me, ok? I couldn't talk her out of it. What'd you want me to do, play the long-lost friend that tells her to get the hell out? Look, it's -- it's ok, it's ok. We'll just -- we'll wait till she falls asleep, and then you're going to creep out, ok? We've got no choice. Hey, look, how are you going to get out of town?

Jesse: Train.

Tad: Where are you going again?

Jesse: Well, hold on. I have my itinerary for you.

Tad: Shh, shh, shh.

Jesse: God!

Tad: No, it's ok. It was worth a shot, ok? Good luck. Hey -- you and Angie -- it's a hell of a love story.

Jesse: You better believe it, baby. You better believe it.

[After Tad kisses Angie good night, she relaxes on the couch staring at the old photo of her and Jesse]

Tad: Good night, ok? Sweet dreams.

Samuel: So, till we meet again?

Erica: Till we meet again.

Samuel: Good night.

Erica: Good night.

Samuel: Bye, Pam.

[Pam giggles]

Erica: I'd like to see that tape first thing in the morning, Pam.

Pam: You'll have it. Trust me, it's your best yet. And as for Samuel, that man is charisma personified. Admit it, Erica, he got to you, too.

Erica: He's good TV.

Pam: Uh-huh.

Erica: So call his people and see when we can have him on again.

Pam: Will do.

Samuel: Yeah, everything set for tomorrow? Good, we don't want any screw-ups. Yeah, we are dealing with Erica Kane.

Ryan: Look -- um -- Annie, the easiest thing for me to do right now would be to take you upstairs and -- and make love to you. I mean -- but --

Annie: It wouldn't be real. At least, not yet. Give it time, Ryan. Give us time. I think I'll go to bed now.

Ryan: Annie --

[Ryan kisses Annie on the cheek]

Kendall: All right. In you go.

Zach: Come on.

Kendall: Oh -- ah! Oh!

[Zach growls]

Zach: Let's get out of here. I want to go home.

Kendall: Yes, yes. Ah.

Zach: Oh, this is lighter.

Kendall: Yeah, well, I thought I would take your advice and lighten my load a little bit, so I threw away some things I don't need anymore.

Zach: Good.

Kendall: Yeah. All right.

Zach: Well, let me -- come on.

Kendall: Go

[In the trash can lies the pregnancy test]

Krystal: Sleep well.

Angie: Good night, Krystal. Everything's going to be fine.

Krystal: Good night.

Jesse: Please go to sleep, Angela. Go to sleep, please.

Krystal: What is with you, Tad? You didn't lock this door.

[Krystal bolts the basement door locking Jesse in]

Angie: I will always love you, Jesse.

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

Ryan (to Zach): How did you manage to steal my life?

J.R.: Thank you so much for the family heirloom, Dad.

Erica (to Kendall): Honey, are you pregnant?

Krystal (to Tad): Somebody better tell me that that's not Jesse Hubbard.

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