AMC Transcript Friday 4/4/08

All My Children Transcript Friday 4/4/08


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Carmen: This is the place, Mando's mother's house. That toad is in there, I can tell.

Erica: Why don't you come with me for a minute here? Are you all right?

Carmen: Of course, I'm all right. Why shouldn't I be? I've been waiting for this ever since that slimy weasel left me sitting outside that bank to take the rap. Why? Don't I still look hot?

Erica: You look spectacular.

[Carmen sighs]

Erica: I just want to be sure that you still intend to stick to the plan.

Carmen: Yes, yes. I'm not going to shoot him anymore -- but I'm still going to hurt him.

Erica: He's going to get hurt, but it's really important that you follow the plan that we laid down, because one hint of violence, I'm going to turn right around, walk out of here. I'm warning you.

Carmen: What's with all the warning stuff? Didn't we agree on what we were going to do? Didn't I give you my word? Oh, what do you think, I'm going to mess it up or something? What have I done to make you think that?

Erica: You talk too much.

Carmen: Ok, fair enough. Look at me -- I'm a mime.

Erica: As we planned -- and Mando gets what he deserves.

Aidan: Hello, darling.

Annie: Aidan?

Aidan: Annie, Annie, Annie.

Annie: Have you been --

Aidan: Drinking? Yes, I certainly have. I am what you call "rat-arsed," like, otherwise known as "Mickey Monk, elephant's trunk."

Annie: "Elephant's trunk"?

Aidan: Yeah, it's cockney rhyming slang, darling. It means -- uh -- it means I'm --

Annie: Drunk?

Aidan: Yeah -- Isle of Wight.

Annie: What?

Aidan: You're right, you know? Are you -- you getting how it works now or what?

Annie: Ok, right. Ok, well, Aidan, I think that you should, um, scratch your head -- go to bed?

Aidan: You read my mind, Annie. Tell me, you still want to get back at Ryan? Because I sure as hell do.

Kendall: You know, Spikey, my mom's going to be just fine. She is. She's going to be just fine -- and so is your Daddy Ryan.

[Spike babbles]

Kendall: Yeah, I know, I agree with you, I agree with you.

[Spike babbles]

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, that's right. You know, he's going through a tough time right now but he's going to be -- he's going to be ok. Things are a little complicated right now. You wouldn't know anything about that, would you?

Spike: No.

Kendall: "No" -- exactly. Thank God for that. Thank God for that.

Rachael: Well --

Kendall: Oh.

Rachael: Ian's down for the night, and I've got Spike's hot milk ready.

Kendall: Perfect timing. Want to go see Rachael? Let's go see Rachael! Oh, yes, good times. All right, big boy. Now, the Spike Man, I am going to go out just for a few minutes but I'm going to be back. I will call you.

Rachael: Ok.

Kendall: Ok, I'm going to -- give me a kiss. Give me a kiss, kiss, kiss? Kiss?

[Rachael chuckles]

Kendall: I'm going to go see your -- your Daddy Ryan. But it's going to be our little secret -- our little secret, ok? He's busy eating. Bye.

Rachael: See you.

Kendall: Bye, baby.

Gail's voice: Give me a break, Ryan. In, out -- whatever, just keep it quiet. Mommy needs her sleep. Braden's in charge.

Young Ryan: Sure. Hey, Mom? You want a glass of water?

Gail: Just take care of Jonathan when he wakes up. Don't let him whine.

Patrick: Didn't I tell you to cut up those boxes and dump them in the trash?

Young Ryan's voice: We did.

Patrick's voice: There's two boxes downstairs. Now, do you want to try that lie one more time, buddy?

Young Ryan: They're not trash, they're a fort.

Young Braden: Shut up.

Patrick: You think the boss lets us live here, because he likes us so much?

Young Ryan: No, sir.

Patrick's voice: I bust my hump every day so that you useless snots can eat. What do you do? You disobey me -- and you make my house a mess!

Young Braden: It was me. I'm sorry -- uh -- I left the boxes. I'll go get them, Ryan will help me. Let's go -- let's go, Ry.

Patrick: Too little, too late, buddy boy. Go get the belt, Braden. I'll teach you to disappoint me.

Young Ryan: No!

Patrick's voice: Now!

Greenlee: Ryan? Oh, God, look at you.

Ryan: You -- you can't be here, Greenlee. Get away from me.

Woman: You caught me just finishing up a phone call. Give me a second, and I'll be right with you?

Jesse: No, please, take your time -- we should've called first.

Woman: Oh, not to worry.

Jesse: Ok.

Angie: Thank you.

Woman: Please.

Jesse: Wow.

Angie: I -- I don't believe it. You knew exactly where this place was -- I mean, not one wrong turn -- as if you'd just come here yesterday.

Jesse: Are you kidding me? How could I possibly forget the place where you became my wife?

Angie: Oh. It's timeless, this place.

Jesse: So are you. I look at you, and I still see that little girl I danced with at our high school prom.

Angie: I look at you and I -- I see the miracle I dreamed about -- having you back again.

Jesse: You ready to do this, Mrs. Hubbard?

Angie: Oh, I'm as nervous as I was back then -- well, almost.

Jesse: It's all right. I got your back. You just hold on to me, baby. All right?

Angie: Ok.

Woman: Now, what can I do for you two?

Jesse: Well, first of all, I'm Jesse Hubbard.

Woman: Oh, hello.

Jesse: This is my wife, Angela.

Angie: Hi.

Woman: Nice to meet you both.

Angie: Yes, hello.

Woman: I'm Betty Stiles.

Jesse: Stiles -- that was the name of the man that married us back then. Are you his daughter?

Betty: Yes.

Jesse: What? Well -- well, we've come to ask the justice of the peace if he would do us the honors of renewing our vows.

Betty: Ah.

Angie: Is -- is he here? Does he still perform ceremonies?

Betty: My father passed away six years ago.

Angie: Oh, I'm -- I'm so sorry.

Betty: I'm afraid you're going to have to go someplace else if you want to renew your vows.

Greenlee: Are you ok?

Ryan: What are you doing here, Greenlee? How -- how did you find me?

Greenlee: You needed to go back to somewhere you could get answers. And this is where it all started for you -- the apartment where you grew up and fought for your life against a monster who called himself a father.

Ryan: Do you -- um -- do you smell it?

Greenlee: Smell what?

Ryan: That -- um -- that chemical smell -- it's called perchloroethylene. It's the chemical my dad used to clean all the clothes in the dry cleaners. This was -- this was the dry cleaners right here, and we -- uh -- we lived right above it, and everything always smelled like that chemical -- the food, our clothes, our hair -- everything.

Greenlee: All I smell is rotting garbage. There's no more dry cleaners anymore, Ryan -- no more chemicals, no more Patrick Lavery. It looks like this building's been torn down for a while.

Ryan: I wish I could've been the one to tear it down. I wish he was still inside it when I did.

Greenlee: Well, you don't have to anymore. Take a look around, Ryan. Take a good, long look -- it's gone. You've already dragged yourself through this hell once before, and you survived. You came out the other side.

Ryan: I don't remember.

Greenlee: And that is so wrong, because there's no reason that you have to go back through it all again. It's gone -- forever. Can't you see that?

Ryan: I don't think it is, Greenlee. I don't think it is. I mean, all of this, the darkness -- it's still inside me. I -- I saw the tape, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Zach was a jerk to show that to you -- he just wants you away from Kendall.

Ryan: He also wanted me to see myself for who I am. Go, Greenlee, go back. Go, go back to Pine Valley. Just get away from me while you still can. Greenlee, go!

Annie: Oh, boy. Ok, Aidan -- um -- can we just pretend my visit to your place earlier just didn't -- didn't happen?

Aidan: We can pretend anything you want, Annie, but nothing is going to take away from the fact that you want to jump my bones so here I am, Annie, Annie, Annie, bones and all.

Annie: Ok -- ok, Aidan, no.

Aidan: Is that "no, no" as in a hard no, or have I got a little bit of wiggle room?

Annie: It's no. Look, I'm -- I'm sorry that I came on to you earlier

Aidan: Oh --

Annie: This -- this is all my fault.

Aidan: You are such stickle filly, aren't you?

Annie: Not intentionally, just someone who came to my senses. I mean, what about you? Why the sudden change of heart, besides the alcohol?

Aidan: Shh -- secret. That is a secret. Lips are sealed, Annie. Ah -- whew!

[Aidan laughs]

Aidan: Well, this is a comfy couch if I've seen one in my life. I might just have to use this tonight, darling. You don't mind if I keep here tonight, do you?

Annie: Least I could do.

Aidan: Secrets, Annie. Everybody's got a big, fat secret -- you know that? It's one thing about us Special-Ops boys, and that is that we can keep a very good secret. I mean, we can kill a man without making a sound. But secrets -- secrets are our specialty.

Annie: So what kind of secrets are you keeping, Aidan?

Angie: Well, it was a lovely thought, at least.

Betty: I'm so sorry. Dad adored the work he did. I know he would've loved to have married you two again.

Jesse: Well, at least the place is still here -- that's one thing. I mean, things disappear so quickly these days, it's -- well, you know what? We'll be out of your way.

Woman: Betty, who is it?

Betty: Oh, Mom. This is Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard they were once --

Mrs. Stiles: One of your father's and my young loves, weren't you two?

Angie: Yes, Mrs. Stiles! Oh, it's so wonderful to see you again.

Jesse: Well, we thought we'd come back and have our vows renewed, but your daughter told us that your husband passed a little while ago, and we're so sorry.

Mrs. Stiles: Fred had a wonderful life doing what he loved to do. If you'd like to say your vows, I'd love to hear them. Of course, it wouldn't be official, but in the eyes of the Lord --

Jesse: Well, yeah, yeah. I think we'd like that very much.

[Knock on door]

Carmen: If we came all the way over here, and no one's here, I am going to scream.

Woman: Whatever you're selling, I don't want it. Hey, you can't come in here!

Carmen: Where is he?

Woman: Who?

Carmen: Mando!

Erica: Remember our agreement.

Woman: Who the -- who the hell do you two think you are?

Carmen: Oh -- for someone who works in a fast-food restaurant, you live pretty good. What, Mando steal all this for you?

Woman: How dare you come in here and insult me and my son, you tarted-up piece of trash!

Erica: Ladies, ladies, please. Ms. Ortiz, please let me explain. First of all, Carmen is not "tarted up." Carmen is a lovely person. She is not a "piece of trash." Carmen has been deeply offended by your son, and we have come here today in good faith to try to straighten all of this out woman-to-woman. We want to settle this in a calm and rational manner.

Ms. Ortiz: And just who the hell are you?

Erica: Oh. That's right -- I'm sorry. I was -- I was trying to travel incognito. Hmm.

Ms. Ortiz: One more time -- who the hell are you?

Carmen: Idiot, you don't recognize her? She is --

Erica: One determined woman.

Carmen: And I'm one pissed-off woman.

Ms. Ortiz: You want to see "pissed off"? You think you can come into my house and order me around, insult my son? Why don't you two girls go back to whatever corner you were working and see if you can't earn enough money to buy yourself some clues? You're not welcome here! Now, get out already before I tear off your arms and beat you to death with the bloody stumps!

Erica: Agh! No one -- I mean no one -- pushes Erica Kane around.

Ms. Ortiz: Erica Kane? Yeah -- yeah, I've heard of you.

Carmen: Duh -- she's only one of the most famous people in the whole world.

Ms. Ortiz: Listen, sister --

Erica: No, you listen. I did not come here with any intention of resorting to violence. May I call you "Louisa"?

Louisa: You can call me "mean, fat, and ugly" if you want -- you have the gun.

Erica: Seems to be the only way to get you to listen.

Carmen: You tell her, Erica Kane.

Erica: I think that you will understand once you hear what your son has done to Carmen that he needs to take some responsibility for his actions. Tell her, Carmen.

Carmen: Mando said he loved me, and he was going to marry me. Then he robbed a bank and left me to take the rap and do the time.

Erica: There. So what do you think about that, Louisa?

Louisa: I don't believe you -- my son has better taste in women.

Carmen: You better watch your mouth, you stupid cow, or my friend here is going to shoot your sorry butt.

Erica: Carmen -- we just want to talk to Mando.

Louisa: No. You have to shoot me first.

Mrs. Stiles: I just want to change my clothes.

Betty: We'll -- we'll be right back. Mother insists on changing clothes.

Jesse: It's all right. You do realize that we are going to have to do this again one day -- legally? I mean, in the eyes of the law, we're not husband and wife anymore. I mean, as far as the law is concerned, I'm not even alive.

Angie: Who cares about the law? Hmm? It's just words, pieces of paper. Here, right now, we have God and each other.

[Annie sighs]

Kendall: Annie, hi, hi. I was looking for Ryan.

Annie: He's not here.

Kendall: Yeah, yeah, I know. It's -- it's all Zach's fault for pushing Ryan's buttons the way that he did, but I'm so worried about him.

Annie: Wait, so Zach's the one who filled Ryan in on that night he went off the cliff?

Kendall: Yeah. Unfortunately, he had video footage to back it up. So Ryan left a message for Greenlee saying that he was going away, and I was wondering if you had any idea where he might've gone.

Aidan: Evening -- ah.

Kendall: Hi. What is he doing here?

Annie: He's -- an elephant's trunk.

Kendall: What?

Aidan: Yeah, I'm a little bit pickled, Kendall.

Kendall: Yeah, I can see that, but why is he here?

Annie: You know what? I don't know why either of you are here dragging me into your drama when you should be home with your significant others -- who actually remember you, ok?

Kendall: Well, I -- I told you that I'm worried about Ryan. As for him -- I take it you haven't told her?

Aidan: Shh, shh. Now, now, loose hips link ships, remember? Whatever -- that's not right, but, uh -- I proposed to Greenlee today, just to let you both know, and it kind of went down like a lead balloon. Whew. Now, why do you think that she would turn me down?

Greenlee: I'm not going to let you push me away, any more than I'm going to let you run away from Pine Valley.

Ryan: Greenlee, we've been through this before, ok, so --

Greenlee: You're right, you're right, we've been through it, and we have to go -- if we have to go through it all again, I'm not going to let you or me make the same mistakes we made the last time. You left to protect me once before, Ryan. It was a stupid thing to do, something we both regretted, and I'm not going to let you do it again.

Ryan: I don't remember that. Ok, I don't remember the last time that I left you. I mean, I know -- I know that I drove my bike off a cliff, and I know that I didn't survive and I know that I let you believe that I did, right, but I don't know. I don't know how you felt after that, I don't know anything.

Greenlee: Well, it wasn't pretty. A lot of horrible things were said and done on everyone's part. But there is also a lot of healing, as well, Ryan, and that's what's so important for you to remember -- how you got past all this.

Ryan: But I -- I didn't get past it -- you know, at least, I don't feel like I did. I don't feel like I got past it, all right, maybe I never will-- I don't know. Why -- why did you come here?

Greenlee: I don't know. Maybe I'm searching for some answers myself. Aidan asked me to marry him today.

Ryan: Really? Well -- well, then why don't you go back to Pine Valley and celebrate your engagement, Greenlee?

Greenlee: I can't, because I didn't say yes.

Ryan: And why not? You love Aidan, right?

Greenlee: Yeah. His proposal was just so out of the blue it, uh -- caught me off-guard.

Ryan: What are you talking about? It's the happy ending you've always dreamed of. I mean, how off-guard could it have caught you? You and Aidan do love each other, right?

Greenlee: Yes! Yes. It's just -- we need more time, and --

Ryan: And what?

Greenlee: And then there's you.

Annie: Ryan -- he's the reason Greenlee said no to your proposal.

Kendall: Annie, don't make things up in your head.

Annie: Well, then what stopped her?

Kendall: I don't know. Maybe -- maybe she was overwhelmed.

Annie: When have you ever known Greenlee to be overwhelmed?

Kendall: Hey, she didn't say it was Ryan, did she?

Aidan: Oh, she didn't say it was Ryan. Ooh, hello, Annie. Ooh, you really do run hot and cold, don't you?

Annie: I'm looking for your phone.

[Aidan sighs]

Annie: Call Greenlee, you have to fix this with her.

Kendall: No -- he's not in any shape to fix anything with anybody.

Aidan: Oh, will you -- both of you, stop telling me what kind of shape I'm in or what I can or I can't do, all right? I don't care where Greenlee is.

Annie: Well --

[Aidan sighs]

Annie: I do.

Ryan: What do you mean, there's me?

Greenlee: You're in trouble, Ryan. You need me.

Ryan: I am not your problem, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Whose problem are you, then, huh -- Annie's? I mean, if you really think that she can help you, then why did you take off? She can't anymore, Ryan, because she doesn't exist in your -- in your mind. And Kendall? I mean, you've already had a taste of what Zach thought of her attempts to help you.

[Phone rings]

[Greenlee sighs]

Greenlee: I'm the one who gets you, Ryan. I'm the one who knew where to find you, who knows just how much you're beating yourself up inside.


Greenlee: We started out as friends and that's a truth that will always be inside me, and I know it's still somewhere inside of you.

[Ringing stops]

Greenlee: I can't abandon you now.

Ryan: You have to.

Greenlee's voice: So leave a message when you hear the beep, and I'll get right back to you.

Annie: Voicemail. Greenlee doesn't seem to want to talk to you, Aidan. Here. I'll go get you a pillow and blanket.

Jesse: So -- uh -- what should we do?

Mrs. Stiles: Just say what's in your heart.

Angie: Ok.

Jesse: You first.

[Angie chuckles]

Angie: Say what's in my heart? What's in my heart is a miracle. And how do I describe a miracle? I -- I still can't believe that I'm looking in your eyes again. You -- you know, when I first said that I would be your wife, I didn't think our love could be any stronger. Oh, what a foolish girl I was, because it grew not only in strength, but in depth until it touched the very core of my soul. And when I thought that -- that you were gone forever, it was the memory of your love that kept me alive. And when my heart was sad, it was the memory of your smile that made it light up again. And when you came back to me, when I finally accepted that you were really here again, I knew that our love would never be the same, because as strong as it was in this spot all those years ago, it is something else entirely today, because I'm sure now that our love is -- is deathless, and a love can't be more perfect than that.

Jesse: For so long I thought of our love as both a salvation and a prison -- a salvation, because that's what kept me going and a prison, because it kept me from you, knowing the danger you'd be in -- knowing the danger that you would be in if I had been selfish enough to try to find you again. But looking back, I realize it wasn't a prison at all. It was my shelter, it was my safety. Oh, my God. Angela, I love you so much more now than I did back then. It's -- it's amaz -- and if I feel this way now, I can't even imagine what the next 20 years and beyond is going to feel like. But I will tell you this. I'm going to treasure every single minute of it -- forever, forever, baby.

[Angie and Jesse kiss]

Jesse: With this ring, I thee wed --

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

Jesse: And with all my -- my what?

Fred: Worldly goods, I thee endow.

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

Fred: By the power vested in me by the laws of this state, I now pronounce you man and wife. You may kiss the bride.

Mrs. Stiles: Congratulations.

Jesse: Ooh, I can't wait to get you out of here. Remember the postwedding activity the last time?

[Jesse chuckles]

Angie: Mm-hmm.

Jesse: Ooh -- thank you so much.

Betty: Oh, no, thank you. You know, you are both so very special and inspiring. It gives us all some hope.

Mrs. Stiles: Here you are -- hot off the printer.

Angie: Oh!

Mrs. Stiles: Amazing -- this new technology, isn't it?

Jesse: Oh -- look at us.

Mrs. Stiles: You have to keep up with the times. "Always keep moving forward," my husband used to say.

Angie: Oh, yes. Thank you. You have no idea what this has meant to us.

Betty: God has obviously blessed you both.

Erica: Louisa, I get the feeling it's pretty tough to push you around.

Louisa: Damn straight.

Erica: Especially if it's a man trying to do the pushing, am I right?

Louisa: Do I look like a pushover?

Erica: So you would agree that no woman should allow a man to take advantage of her?

Louisa: This would be a stupid thing to do.

Erica: And you would agree that it's equally wrong for a woman to raise a son who thinks it's ok to push a woman around, to use her? To take advantage of her, to lie to her?

Louisa: Hey, don't blame me if this girl is dumber than a bag of rocks. She deserves whatever she got.

Carmen: You nasty, dirty --

Louisa: You're trash. You don't deserve to have my Mando wipe his feet on you.

Carmen: You bitch!

Erica: Carmen, Louisa, stop it! Back off, both -- back off, both of you. I mean it. Ok, enough. We came here to see Mando, and you're going to tell us where he is.

Louisa: Ha!

Ryan: This -- this is my battle, Greenlee, it's not yours so, for your own good, just leave me alone.

Greenlee: No. You leave me alone.

Ryan: What -- what are you talking about? You're the one who followed me here.

Greenlee: And you're the one who called and left me a message -- "come find me."

Ryan: What? No, I didn't -- I didn't say that in my message. I just didn't want you to think that I drove off another cliff or something, all right? I didn't want you to worry about me, I didn't ask you to come look for me.

Greenlee: Liar. You've lost your touch, Lavery. You're not the great con artist you used to be.

Ryan: What are you talking about?

Greenlee: I know you don't remember but you taught me the grift, the con game. Lesson one -- how to tell when someone's lying, and you were just now. You lost eye contact with me, your voice had a subtle change in pitch, your hand started to come toward your face -- sound familiar? Go on, tell me I'm wrong.

Ryan: Now you are seriously reaching, Greenlee.

Greenlee: Just face it already, Ryan. You and I -- no matter how right, wrong, or twisted -- are connected, and we always will be.

Aidan: Oh, women -- what do you really want, huh? Why can't you just write it on a shirt, you know, in big, bold letters so us men don't have to keep trying to figure it out?

Kendall: Ugh. Well, that would be too easy.

Aidan: I really thought that proposing to Greenlee was going to -- was going to make her happy. I thought it was going to make me happy.

Kendall: Did it?

[Aidan sighs]

Aidan: Well, yeah -- I mean, I asked her to marry me, didn't I? I mean, now why would I go and do some silly little thing like that?

[Aidan groans]

Kendall: I don't know. Maybe you were trying to rush into things. Maybe Greenlee felt cornered.

Aidan: I just wanted to have a life with her, Kendall. That was it -- you know, like his-and-her sinks, the towels with your little last name on it? Silly, silly, silly me.

Kendall: You deserve better.

Aidan: Oh, yeah.

Annie: He can either sleep it off or you can take him home -- I don't care.

Kendall: Are you ok?

Annie: Not really. But there's not a damn thing either one of you can do about it.

Greenlee: We're in this together, Ryan, whether you want it that way or not, because I'm the only one who's been here with you before. I'm the only one who knows what it looks like when Dynamite Kiddo gets broken in half.

Ryan: "Dynamite Kiddo"? I told you about my comic books?

Greenlee: I was your sidekick. You told me everything, Ryan. And maybe right now it's subconscious on your part -- I don't know -- but you've been reaching out to me, and I'd be a pretty lame friend if I let you push me away now.

Ryan: Look, obviously part of my brain is really screwed up, all right -- that's pretty obvious. So I don't know what kind of subconscious signals you're getting from me right now, I don't. But what I do know is that I really, really hurt you, Greenlee, and I -- I'm capable of hurting you like that again.

Greenlee: No, Ryan, you're not.

Ryan: Yes, that's the truth. It's the truth, Greenlee. It's what's screaming at me from the back of my head. Ok, maybe I don't have any control over what I remember from the last four years of my life. But I -- I do have control over how I act with the people that I care about now. And there is no way that I am going to hurt you the way that I did. There is just no way that that is going to happen again, and the only way I know how to prevent that is to stay away from you.

Greenlee: So now what do we do?

Erica: Very well. We're prepared to wait for your son as long as it takes, Louisa. Have a seat.

Man: Hola, Mama. Carmen?

Carmen: Mando.

Erica: "Mando"?

Louisa: Run, Mando!

Erica: No -- too late, Mando. You're not going anywhere, it's time for a showdown. Just take a seat, Mando. Ok, Mando, you're going to listen to everything Carmen has to say to you. Go ahead, Carmen, let him have it. But remember -- no violence, no blood.

Carmen: Mando, baby, how could you do this to me?

Erica: Well, that's not really the strongest opening, Carmen. I mean, this is the man who lied to you, who broke your heart, who set you up so you'd go to prison instead of him.

Mando: Carmen, baby, I'm so glad you're ok.

Erica: This is the guy you were going to gut like a fish, remember?

Carmen: You look so skinny. Have you been eating?

Erica: All right, that's enough. I don't believe what you're doing. What the heck are you doing? What are -- what -- hey!

Louisa: Hey -- ok, ladies. The worm -- he's turned. I hope you both know some good prayers.

Jesse: Here you go.

Angie: Ah, thank you. Well, I can't wait to get you home -- our wedding night times 25 years.

Jesse: Well, you're going to have to wait just a little longer. Yeah, there are so many surprises yet to come.

Angie: What?

Jesse: Let's go.

[Angie giggles]

Greenlee: So it's unstoppable force versus immovable object. How do you see this ending, Ryan?

Ryan: I don't know.

Greenlee: Answer me this, then. If you can't lean on me, then who? Who can you count on the way you know you can count on me?

Annie: Well, I think I've had enough of this for one evening. You can see yourself out. Good night, Kendall.

Kendall: Good night.

[Annie sighs]

Aidan: Well, hello there.

Kendall: Hiya.

Aidan: Why do we still feel so terrible? I mean, Greenlee doesn't love me anymore. So why is it that we still feel so guilty?

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

Louisa (to Erica): What do you think we would ever want from you?

Erica: The opportunity of a lifetime.

Annie (to Kendall): What do you and Aidan feel so guilty about?

Greenlee (to Ryan): Look at me.

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