All My Children Transcript Monday 4/21/08
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Angie: No grave, Jesse. No investigating. Your life is with me and our son, not buried in some grave.
Jesse: It's not just some grave. It's my -- ok, it's weird, but it's my grave.
Angie: Leave it alone, Jesse. You're not going.
Tad: Angie, you should know, whether he goes or not, the cops are going to pull that casket out of the ground. Derek just called.
Angie: Then let the police handle it. Please, Jesse, don't do this.
Jesse: Baby, I have to do this. I need to be there. I need to know who or what is buried in that coffin.
Erica: If you're asking me the finer points of doing laundry -- I'm probably not the best person to ask.
Sherry: Are you paying us out?
Inmate: Making fun.
Second inmate: Dissing us?
Erica: No, I wouldn't dream of it.
Inmate: You think a TV show and some bling make you better than us?
Erica: Oh, no, of course not.
Carmen: Is there a problem?
Sherry: Not if Ms. Kane cooperates.
Erica: Well, I'd be happy to, just as soon as I finish sorting this laundry.
Sherry: We do this now. You need convincing. Miss Thang here needs convincing. Yeah, well, maybe this will convince you.
Greenlee: Would it have killed you to "smile" smile? I mean, talk about pasted on, this is definitely not going in the photo album. Let's do it again.
Aidan: No, why don't we wait till later? We can take some more pictures that won't go in the photo album.
Greenlee: I love the way you think. Don't you love the way he thinks?
Kendall: What's not to love?
Greenlee: Well, I hope you guys are hungry, because I had Marcus whip up something very special.
Zach: It's only up between you and me. If Aidan decides to tell Greenlee, that's his call.
Kendall: I can't take this.
Greenlee: This is so great. The two of us at Fusion, my perfect fiancé and your perfect husband working together. How lucky are we? I mean, look at what Fusion did for us. We had a lot of issues at first, didn't we? But now, we're like best friends. And you guys -- you guys are great friends. It can only get better. The four of us, we're like, I don't know, four peas in a pod.
Kendall: Well, I'll drink to that.
Greenlee: Finally, some party spirit. Hey, I have an idea. Why don't you and Zach join us for part of the honeymoon?
Zach: I don't think we're going to do that. We don't crash honeymoons, do we?
Greenlee: We'd love it, wouldn't we?
Aidan: No. I mean, not really. I mean, do you think? I mean I actually would prefer to have you to myself for as long as possible.
Greenlee: Oh, couldn't you just eat it with a spoon?
Kendall: Ok, all right, I'm done. I'm done.
Greenlee: Ok, if not for the honeymoon, then we have to take some great trips together -- cruises, ski trips, a safari.
Zach: How about before we book tickets for a family vacation, why don't we have a toast? To Greenlee and to the man who is about to take on a woman that likes oysters for dinner and the occasional barbecued snake, with a sense of humor that is --
Zach: Unique, and was one thing that pulled us through some tough times in that hole. So, thank you for that. I speak from experience when I say that you will have joy and some craziness, and the occasional horrible one-liner in your life. Hear, hear. All right. Cheers.
Greenlee: To love.
Kendall: To friendship.
Greenlee: Hey, hey, no tears. This is a happy time.
Kendall: No, I'm good. It's just our friendship.
Greenlee: It means a lot to me, too.
Kendall: I messed up so many times, Greenlee, I don't deserve any of this --
Greenlee: We've all messed up, but we all deserve this happiness, love, friends. Come on.
Frankie: You're not supposed to be in here.
Colby: What, you're going to kick me out?
Frankie: Colby, double shift -- need sleep.
Colby: The bedside manner sucks. You should really work on it.
Frankie: What do you want?
Colby: I want to know how I can help my dad not have any more panic attacks. It wouldn't kill you, would it?
Frankie: He takes after you.
Frankie: Hmm, pain in the butt.
Colby: Oh. That's a Chandler thing. We could do both, cute and pain in the ass. So, what's the next step?
Frankie: Well, there's not much you can do when the patient would rather sue the hospital than admit something's wrong with him.
Colby: I'm afraid. I just -- what if -- what's it like when your dad dies?
Jesse: Baby, finding out who or what is in that coffin could be key to making sense of the last 20 years.
Angie: Let the police make sense of it. What? You two working together with this?
Robert: Angie, I'm sorry. I didn't --
Tad: Would you excuse us, just for a sec, please?
Tad: That's terrific. That's just terrific. Are you proud of yourself?
Robert: I've been trying to help them.
Tad: By upsetting Angie? By pushing her husband into something that's obviously better left alone?
Robert: 20 years of his life? When the answer could be as close as that box in the ground? You really think he needed a push? Now, if it was you, wouldn't you be on your hands and knees trying to dig it up?
Tad: If it was me, I'd be grateful just to have my wife and son back. I'd stay away from trouble.
Robert: Well, I'm not the trouble.
Tad: You're dragging him back to his grave. You call that helping?
Robert: Again, this is his idea.
Tad: Well, you know what's really funny, Uncle Robert? He only has these ideas when you're around.
Robert: Well, it's just natural that he'd come to me. After all, I did work the case, and until he's ready to let go of it, I am going to help him just as much as I can.
Tad: You really want to help him? Next time he starts talking about pulling caskets out of the ground, say you're busy.
Robert: The police are going to exhume what is ever in that box. Now why not be a part of it?
Tad: Why not just read the report? Case closed.
Robert: You want to protect your friend.
Tad: Again, I think Jesse deserves to find a little peace.
Robert: Hard to find peace if you can't find big answers.
Carmen: Step off, bitch.
Sherry: Out of the way, Morales. This is between me and her.
Erica: Ok, come on back, Carmen. A picture?
Sherry: Yeah, what did you think?
Erica: Why do you want to show me a picture?
Sherry: My little girl, Stella.
Sherry: She just turned 3.
Erica: She's beautiful. She's just beautiful.
Sherry: I missed her birthday.
Erica: I'm sorry. That has to be so hard to be away from her.
Sherry: Nine months -- I haven't seen my baby in nine months. She doesn't even remember what it's like to have my arms -- her mom's arms around her.
Erica: That's really terrible. Surely a visit can be arranged.
Sherry: Prison's too far from home. It costs too much to get her here. My mom doesn't have that kind of money. Hell, it was hard enough for her to take in another mouth.
Erica: She is so beautiful. And I hope that you get a chance to see her again soon.
Sherry: Oh, I'm going to do more than hope. And you are going to help me.
Erica: Well, I don't really know what I can do.
Inmate: Beyotch thinks she's too good for us.
Erica: No, I don't. Really. If -- if there was some way --
Sherry: You will make a way.
Inmate: That's what you're famous for.
Second inmate: Making things happen.
Third inmate: You're going to make them happen for us.
Sherry: That note you got? That wasn't no request. That wasn't no "ask nice and I hope that the rich lady helps us." You're going to do for us what you're doing for Carmen.
Erica: So, you want to handcuff yourselves to me and break out? Is that the bottom line?
Sherry: The brain-dead make a run for it.
Sherry: We've got enough trouble. Don't need getting tagged with extra time.
Inmate: We need things fixed, and you're going to fix them.
Sherry: You got the juice to make things happen -- your name, fancy lawyer, your senator.
Erica: Oh, he just wants to be senator.
Sherry: But you're the real deal. And we're going to squeeze out some of that juice.
Erica: Or what?
Sherry: In here, I'm kind of, sort of, an Erica Kane. I call the shots. People do what I want, when I want. If they don't, there is hell to pay. And what I want is a new beginning, like my note said. And not just me. My crew, too.
Inmate: That show you did on empowerment. I want me some of that.
Second inmate: The show on making a long-distance relationship work --
Third inmate: Dressing to look 10 pounds thinner -- you did miracles! I have issues with self-esteem. You can help us.
Sherry: Unless you're a phony. You flash the smile, collect the check, and you don't really give a damn about all those fans screaming for you on the news.
Carmen: Erica's no phony. She made me see the truth about that wusshead ex of mine. Like you said -- real deal.
Erica: So, this um -- the note, and this -- this confab -- you just want my help?
Sherry: How many ways we got to say it?
Erica: Well, you could have just asked. You don't have to resort to threats.
Sherry: You are Erica flipping Kane. If I just asked, you might have gone all diva bitch on my ass. No, thank you.
Inmate: No, we don't need that kind of trouble.
Second inmate: Hell, we were scared.
Erica: Scared? Of me?
Kendall: I'm an idiot.
Greenlee: You're happy.
Zach: She is happy.
Kendall: I am happy. I'm happy for you, and you I mean, your love, and you're getting married. It's the best possible ending. It wasn't too long ago when Aidan and I thought that you and Zach were dead.
Zach: But we're not dead.
Greenlee: Yeah, you know, this life, this love, this man -- I wouldn't have any of it if it weren't for you and Aidan.
Kendall: But you -- you and Zach, you were the ones who kept each other alive.
Greenlee: Yeah, but it's not just that. You forgave me. You trusted me when you had zero reason to trust me again. You helped me build this life, Kendall. I love you for it. Ok, enough with the tears.
Kendall: Sorry. I'm good. You know what, you know what? Next round is on me.
Aidan: So, I'll get it.
Kendall: No, it's ok. It's all right. I got it.
Greenlee: Is she ok?
Zach: Long day, long day.
Aidan: So, boss, how long of a vacation do we get for our honeymoon?
Greenlee: You know, I'd really like some nuts.
Aidan: Nuts? Sure. Coming right up.
Aidan: Greenlee seems to think that you need some help.
Kendall: I'm fine. I got it. I can handle it.
Aidan: Really? Because you didn't look like you were handling it very much over there. Greenlee's really, really happy right now, and I don't want you to do anything to spoil that.
Kendall: Oh, ok. Is that why you came over here? To make sure I don't blow up our big secret? Well, I'm not going to, ok? So, you can go back to your fiancée and relax.
Aidan: I just want to make sure that we're clear.
Kendall: If Greenlee finds out about us, it won't be from me.
Frankie: I'll tell you what it's like to have your dad die. It's not nearly as great as having him pop up alive after 20 years.
Colby: You're lucky.
Frankie: Yeah, I am. But, I'd be luckier if I could get some sleep. Hmm.
Colby: I know my dad won't live forever, and I know that he's older than most dads of kids in my class, and he has heart problems. I just -- I want him around for as long as possible.
Frankie: Everybody dies, Colby. All you can do is just put it off for as long as possible.
Colby: That's cold.
Frankie: No, that's what makes me a good doctor. I expect the worst, and then I work my ass off to me sure it doesn't happen. No way will I ever let anybody die again.
Robert: Angie, I'm so sorry about all this.
Angie: It's supposed to be over -- the case, the movie deal, reliving the highlight reels. Over.
Robert: It is.
Angie: Until the next coffin needs to be opened? Now, I've welcomed you into our life, and I want you to be a part of it, but not if it means that you and Jesse are tracing old leads, digging up things best left buried.
Robert: No, you have my word. I am committed to the present, and to the future, which I hope includes your friendship.
Angie: We'll see.
Robert: I'll see you later.
Jesse: Later, man.
Tad: Why do you waste time on that fool?
Jesse: Tad, he saved my son's life. How many times I got to say that to you?
Tad: Fine. Angela, if you'll excuse me, this is the part, you know, where I get lost so you two can kiss and make up.
Angie: There's nothing to make up. The police will take care of this case, and I'll take care of Jesse. Let's go home. I bought a key lime pie at The Serving Spoon. Oh, no. Uh-uh. Absolutely not.
Angie: The look?
Jesse: Look? There was no look.
Angie: Oh -- oh, you think I don't know the look? It hasn't changed in 20 years. And it better not be anything about that damned coffin!
Jesse: Baby, the police are going to dig the coffin up. What is the harm with us being there as spectators?
Angie: All right, you need to do this so badly? You go through me.
Zach: You did it. You got your man.
Greenlee: I did.
Zach: You're filling up your rooms.
Greenlee: Mm-hmm. With love -- and friends. Thank you, for the other day, for getting me through my Aidan angst.
Zach: I just want you to be happy.
Greenlee: I am. You asked me why I love him, and --
Zach: And you told me it's because he has an ability to avoid and duck from flying bedpans?
Greenlee: He doesn't duck me. He takes me head-on the way that I am, and he loves me for it. It's crazy, huh? Hmm. Hi.
Aidan: Hey. One bowl of nuts.
Greenlee: How's Kendall?
Aidan: She's insisting that the bartender brings the '96 instead of the '97, even though they don't have one.
Zach: Ok, that's me -- bubble control. Excuse me.
Aidan: What are you doing all the way over there? Come here.
Greenlee: Hmm. I'm too far away.
Aidan: Party of two -- just the way I like it.
Greenlee: Am I the only one picking up a weird vibe?
Greenlee: Kendall totally didn't want to do this tonight, and now she's nothing but tears.
Aidan: She's happy for us, baby.
Greenlee: Hmm -- something's going on.
Aidan: There's nothing going on.
Greenlee: No, I know her.
Aidan: Come here.
Greenlee: There's nothing she can hide from me. Whatever it is, I'm going to find out.
[Music plays at ConFusion]
Aidan: The only thing that's going on, baby, is our wedding.
Greenlee: Kendall's so twitchy.
Aidan: Can we just talk about our honeymoon?
Greenlee: The last time that she was all over the place like this --
Aidan: Was what? Yesterday?
Greenlee: No, when she thought she was pregnant. Maybe that's it. I mean, she's wound up so tight. She's up, she's down -- the hormone thing.
Aidan: What about the neck thing?
Greenlee: The what?
Aidan: You know, the neck thing.
Greenlee: Oh, yeah, that. What about the earlobe thing?
Greenlee: Yeah, and don't forget the lip thing.
Kendall: I'm sorry.
Zach: You're doing fine.
Kendall: No, I'm not. I'm not. This whole thing is just weird.
Zach: I know. This is Greenlee's night. She deserves this.
Kendall: Well, I don't want to mess it up for either one of them.
Zach: Ok. So, we take this bottle of champagne, go back to the table, and celebrate our friends' engagement.
Kendall: Right, and also celebrate you and Aidan working together. How did that happen?
Zach: I offered him a job, and he took it.
Kendall: And you can't take it back?
Zach: It's going to be just fine. Come on.
Singer: Fade away I know everything's ok baby, you are there you're my candy ♪
Zach: All right. Let's keep celebrating.
Kendall: Unless you guys want to be alone.
Greenlee: Hey, no. We haven't even danced on the tables. You know what? I want to make a toast to Kendall and Zach who have shown me that crazy, wicked, honest-to-God true love really is possible.
Erica: Ok. So, what is it you want? What will make your lives better, make you feel better about yourselves, about your futures? Sherry, I know you want to see Stella.
Sherry: I've spent a huge chunk of her life in this joint. I don't want to get out and be a stranger to my own kind.
Erica: Oh, of course not. I understand that. Ok, so we're going to talk to the best agencies who can make sure that that doesn't happen.
Sherry: You make that sound simple.
Erica: It is simple as long as you don't give up with the first "no."
Sherry: There's something else.
Sherry: I want Stella to be proud of me. I want a degree -- no high school, college.
Carmen: Sign me up for some of that.
Erica: Well, they have classes around here, don't they?
Sherry: Yeah, you've got to pay. I didn't have money on the outside, I sure as hell don't have it in here.
Erica: Are you kidding? All their talk about rehabilitation and the government puts a price tag on education? That's a crime.
Sherry: Yeah, but we're doing the time.
Inmate: I've got folding and sorting down, but I want real job training. I'm thinking beauty. Get me a certificate, op my own place -- Betty's Beauty Bar.
Second inmate: State has custody of my babies. I need to know how to get them back. Housing, job training, parenting classes -- whatever it takes. I want to give them a good home.
Erica: So, who do you talk to around here.
Inmate: Sure as hell ain't the warden.
Erica: Well, I mean, doesn't somebody come in to talk to you -- a therapist?
Inmate: A head shrinker-type person may be good to deal with the guilt, the stress.
Sherry: A mani-pedi would help with that and make you feel human again instead of like trash.
Carmen: Maybe we can have one of those book club things like Oprah.
Sherry: So, you think you can help us?
Erica: Absolutely. There is no reason why you all can't have a new beginning.
Greenlee: So, I'm thinking a mountaintop ceremony.
Aidan: I thought you wanted to get married on the beach, darling.
Zach: You've really thought this through, haven't you?
Greenlee: So, I'm vague on the details. One thing I know for sure is that this wedding is going to be the most perfect wedding ever. Just don't lock my groom up.
Kendall: Well, just because I locked you up when you married Ryan doesn't mean I'm going to do it again.
Greenlee: Ahem. Wrong wedding. I was talking about when I locked Zach up before you guys got married -- that lockup.
Kendall: Ah, right, that.
Aidan: As long as we all end up in a pool, I'll be happy.
Greenlee: Cheers. Hmm?
Kendall: Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah. Oh --
Greenlee: Oh, you know what? Want another bottle?
Zach: Let's go home and see the boys. You want to do that?
Kendall: Mm-hmm. Mm-hmm.
Aidan: Well, I'm glad Spike is doing so well.
Kendall: Thank you.
Zach: Yeah. Shall we?
Kendall: Uh, yeah. You guys, this has been really great. I'm so happy for you. I'm happy for both of you. I know you'll make her happy.
Aidan: That's the plan.
Greenlee: Hey, thanks for everything. Are you sure she's ok?
Zach: Yeah, a good night's sleep, that's all she needs.
Singer: Show me the way ♪
Greenlee: You cannot tell me that you didn't notice all kinds of strange goings-on.
Aidan: There's nothing strange, darling. Any strange thing that's going to happen is to you in a minute when we get home. I'm going to -- you want to hear it?
Jesse: How is it going to hurt by just going to the gravesite?
Tad: Don't you ever listen? I'll be over here working.
Jesse: Baby, you know how much I love you. You know how much our life means to me.
Angie: Don't try to sugar your way out of this. There's no reason for you to watch your casket being hauled out of the ground.
Jesse: When you saw me the first time again, where were you?
Angie: At your grave, but I don't --
Jesse: Right. After 20 years, you visited. After 20 years, you visited.
Angie: I never stopped loving you.
Jesse: Well, maybe there's a woman out there that never stopped loving her man and still missing him after 20 years. Never found a body, no grave.
Angie: No, uh-uh, you don't get to do this to me.
Jesse: No answers, baby?
Angie: The police can handle it, Jesse. They can give her, you, whatever answers they find. You don't have to be a part of it.
Jesse: I might have something the cops don't, you know? What if I'm the one that has the one shred of evidence that could help this woman find the truth? You want me to drop this case, live in the present, not the past. Forget the past? What if this woman can't live in the present? What if she wakes up every day wondering if this is going to be the day that her man walks back into her life, huh? What if it's the day that her prayers are finally answered, the day she gets her miracle?
Tad: Jesse, enough.
Jesse: What is up with you?
Tad: You are killing me over here.
Angie: Tad understands.
Tad: He's got to be at that cemetery.
Jesse: You just told me no.
Tad: I know what I told you.
Jesse: You just --
Tad: I know what I said. I was wrong. What you said is more important about that woman, that family, wherever they are waiting, watching, praying. I know something about that, Angela. I know what it's like not to be able to live your life because you're stuck between praying for a miracle and being willing to accept the worst possible outcome, because that's simply the way the world works. Anything is better than nothing. Otherwise, you spend the rest of your life in limbo, being tortured by ideas like "maybe" or "someday," "somehow."
Angie: Tad, that day will come for you. Your daughter Kate will be found.
Tad: It's not just that. I lived this for four years with Dixie -- four years of jumping up in the middle of the night just because the phone rings or seeing a face in a crowd and following it. Four years. When I got her back, I lost her all over again, but I was even ok with that. Anything is better than where I am right now, watching and waiting and praying for Kate. So, if him being there can do anything for that family of the man who's in that box, then it's his human obligation to be there. I may not like it. Then again, I don't have to.
Jesse: Thanks, Tad. I appreciate it.
Angie: I don't want you standing on a pile of dirt looking at your own grave. I don't want you there when they open that coffin and find God knows what or who.
Jesse: It could just be a pile of rocks.
Angie: If that's what you thought, you wouldn't be going. There won't be answers, Jesse, just more questions -- questions that will suck you back into the hell we finally got out of.
Jesse: You hate this. I know that. And you're mad at me, but you also know how much I need to do this. And that's why you are going to let me go.
Frankie: Ooh, ooh -- watch it.
Colby: Ooh, sorry. You saved my dad's life, and I kill you with third-degree burns.
Colby: Hero, klutz.
Frankie: Colby, you need to stop it with this "hero" business. I'm just me doing my job, not a hero.
Colby: And I'm just me, not a kid.
Frankie: You're still in high school. You draw smiley faces over your I's.
Colby: I'm at the top of my class, on my way to college. I have goals and I have plans.
Frankie: Oh, good for you. I'm out of college, and I am what I want to be already.
Colby: Oh, look at you. You got all the right answers down to shove me away. It means that you've been thinking about it, about me.
Frankie: Hmm, you are one crazy, I-will-not-take-no-for-an-answer kind of girl. How do people deal with you?
Colby: They get panic attacks and end up in the hospital.
Erica: We can do this. It's going to take some research, fighting some nos.
Carmen: The warden's not going to like it.
Erica: Well, if we can't work with her, we're going to work around her.
Betty: Well, in your face, Warden Hitchcock.
Sherry: Is this for real?
Erica: Absolutely. This is possible. I promise. It's going to take some commitment, some hard work, but then when you get out, you can take everything you learned in here, and you can repay your debt to society. That is win-win for everybody. I say there are going to be a whole lot of new beginnings around here.
Sherry: Thank you.
Erica: You're welcome. Uh, Sherry?
Erica: Just next time, you might want to try the non-aggressive path to what you want. Could be a lot easier.
Sherry: Whatever you say, coach.
Erica: That went well.
Erica: I mean, it's so great to see women who really want to take charge of their lives, especially in here where their spirit could get so easily crushed. What?
Carmen: You really are all that and a bag of chips, aren't you, superstar?
Kendall: Are we ok?
[Zach hugs and kisses Kendall]
Frankie: Almost as good as my mom makes.
Colby: Is it weird, all you guys back together again living in the same house?
Frankie: Hmm, kind of, but in a good way.
Colby: My dad wants me to go away. Hey, don't even say it. I got accepted to Wellesley, and he won't leave it alone.
Frankie: It's a top school, hard to turn down.
Colby: Not when I can stay right here and go to PVU. And be close to my dad. He doesn't get it. When I first came back, I spent so much time being a brat, and now I'm finally getting to know him living a regular, normal, average life.
Frankie: Mm-hmm, that's you, a regular, normal, average kind of girl.
Colby: I have a home, family, friends, a goddaughter. My mom and I moved so much. You know, some people might think it's boring, but I love waking up in the same place, feeling safe. I don't ever want to leave. Ok, fine. Lay on all the jokes.
Frankie: No, all I was going to say is that there's nothing boring about feeling safe.
Frankie: Ooh. Got to run. Thanks for the coffee.
Colby: Go save some lives.
Angie: All right. You need this so much. Go.
Jesse: Baby -- thank you. You know how much this means to me.
Angie: Yes, I do. And that's why I'll be right there with you.
Jesse: Wait a minute. I don't -- I wish you wouldn't.
Angie: I wish you wouldn't, but you're going to. So, I'm going to be right there next to you, my hand in yours. We're doing this together or it doesn't happen.
Jesse: All right. All right, baby. You win. You win.
Angie: You won, and you know that.
Robert: Oh, that last stone you cut was perfection. No, don't worry. Hubbard's going to help me get the big one if it takes blood, sweat, and tears. Except, it won't be my sweat and my tears, and it certainly won't be my blood.
Erica: What happened here today is proof that if you're open, positive, constructive things can happen.
Carmen: Hmm. Open to trouble is more like it.
Erica: How can you say that? Shed the jumpsuits, those women are just like any other women who wants to make something of her life.
Carmen: Those women heard you make a promise. Those chicks, you can't just say, "Oops, sorry," and walk away if it doesn't work.
Erica: Well, I don't intend to fail. Those women deserve this. They deserve job training, and education, and help for their families. I'm going to do everything I can to help make it happen.
Carmen: Outside with your TV show, and your connections, and your crazy fans, maybe it works, but in here --
Erica: You heard the girls. They say I've got it. I've got juice. Just have to squeeze it.
Carmen: I sure picked me one hell of a friend.
Aidan: All right. Come here.
Singer: It's taken all this time for me to discover ♪
Greenlee: Wait. Wait, wait, wait. Key.
Singer: Suddenly it seems so clear to me ♪
Greenlee: Oh! Oh, my God!
[Kendall and Zach lie in each other's arms]
Singer: I was just a dreamer stealing time like a lover thinking of you I was thinking of you rivers flow still the world keeps turning nothing stays the same and still our love keeps burning like a thousand-year-old flame that lights the way and I was in your protection because your love completes me I will hold you ♪
>> On the next "All My Children"
Aidan (to Jack): I asked you here today for your blessing to take your daughter's hand in marriage.
Kendall (to Erica): Greenlee is going to get crushed, Mom. It's only a matter of time.
Greenlee (to Zach): Whatever the big
secret is, I want to know.
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