AMC Transcript Wednesday 4/30/08

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 4/30/08

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Jackson: Carmen.

Carmen: Damn, Jackie, you're fast.

Jackson: Heard any more about Erica?

Carmen: All I know is that she's in solitary.

[Jackson sighs]

Carmen: But Big Rosy told me they never put a fish in there unless you do something really bad, like shiv your cellmate or get caught selling drugs. Yeah, I know. They really talk like that in here.

Jackson: All right, listen. I'm sure they do. Let's get back to Erica.

Carmen: Well, all I know is that all she did was try to help the other girls.

Jackson: Yeah. You know, the warden won't return my phone calls.

Carmen: That's bad, right?

Jackson: Yeah, that's bad. I mean, Erica's a strong woman, but even she has her limits.

Erica: Where am I? What is this place? It's so cold. Erica, I've seen you hurt so many times. Now, I know you're not going to like what I have to say, but I'll say whatever is necessary. Mom, is that you? Oh, Mom -- Mom, I need you so much right now.

Joe: I truly believe she died peacefully in her sleep.

Erica: I really am alone now. I really am alone. Alone -- alone.

Dr. Saltz: So you've moved back in with Annie and Emma? How's that going?

Ryan: Emma's great. It's great. I mean, I love seeing the world through her eyes. And, you know, that's just -- it's a little bit weird, because I never actually imagined myself as a father, so --

Dr. Saltz: Well, how do you feel about being a father? What's that like?

Ryan: The thought of it scared the hell out of me. You know, that I'd end up like my old man. An incredibly horrible person that beat his own kids.

Dr. Saltz: It's been really important for you to see that you're not like your father. You never hurt your children. And how's it going with Annie?

Ryan: Great, it's going -- well, it's not great. Somebody broke into our place.

Dr. Saltz: Oh, my goodness. That's terrible. Is everybody all right?

Ryan: Yeah. Everybody's fine. Everybody's fine. I mean, Annie cut her head, but I think she's more emotionally shaken up than anything else.

Dr. Saltz: So what do you think, in light of all this, about having moved back in?

Ryan: Well, I think it was the right thing to do. And I think despite how strong Annie is, I think -- I think she needs me.

Cindy: This presentation to the Japanese retailers is really important, huh?

Annie: Yeah, it could open up a whole new market for Fusion. And Greenlee and Kendall are relying on me to close the deal with this part of the presentation.

Cindy: Good luck.

Annie: Thank you. All right. Let's see. Oh, God. [Sighs] He's never going to look at me that way again. Unless -- Ryan, I swear I have no idea how the pole-dancing footage got into the presentation, but Kendall and Greenlee fired me anyway. I'm going to need you now more than ever. Goodbye, Fusion.

[Tad sighs]

Tad: Come on. There's gotta be something about Kate's adoption in here somewhere.

Aidan: Hey.

Tad: Hey, yourself. What are you doing here? Don't tell you me you quit your new gig at Cambias' already.

Aidan: No, I'm on the job.

Tad: Since when does a cushy desk job require a duffel bag?

Aidan: Since Zach Slater sent me on a special case in southern Sudan.

Tad: Are you sure Zach Slater's not sending you on some kind of suicide mission?

Greenlee: Are you trying to get my fiancé killed?

Kendall: That's not what's happening.

Greenlee: The hell it isn't. Zach is sending Aidan in to a war zone.

Zach: Did he tell you why?

Greenlee: I don't care. Aidan and I are engaged. He took this stupid job, so he wouldn't have to put himself in danger, and you're throwing him back in, and I want to know why. What's going on here? What are you two not telling me?

Tad: Well, from everything you're not telling me, two things are perfectly obvious, number one is whoever you're going after is in way over his head. And number two, they've gotta be important. Are you sure you don't know who it is?

Aidan: All we know right now is he's one of the people doing rescue work for Cambias.

Tad: You've got to know more than that.

Aidan: No, just the basics. Zach's people are going to be sending me a far more detailed dossier. You know? So I'm going to get an e-mail any minute now.

Tad: Zach's people, hopefully. You do know you're jetting off to one of the most dangerous territories in the world, right?

Aidan: Yeah, I do. It's my job.

Tad: My point exactly. You were better off when you were with me.

Aidan: Oh, you're going to get all bitter on me now? Is that it?

Tad: I can't help it. I've grown accustomed to your face. I'd be upset if somebody tried to shoot it off.

Aidan: They haven't made that bullet yet.

Tad: Don't get cocky. And don't push your luck.

Aidan: Thanks, Dad. I'll be careful.

Tad: What does Greenlee think about all this silliness?

Aidan: She's not happy about it. But she'll come around.

Zach: No one's hiding anything from you.

Greenlee: What are these looks then? Huh? I've seen these looks.

Kendall: I'm concerned about this, too, Greenlee.

Greenlee: But Zach isn't the one going. Why? Why does it have to be Aidan, Zach? Why not somebody else? He took this job because it offered us some security -- zero danger, a cush office, a 401k.

Zach: And that hasn't changed. He's still my chief of security.

Greenlee: Which means he's supposed to be stopping people from stealing staplers and corporate secrets, not hopping on a jet for some Rambo mission.

Zach: A man's life is at stake, Greenlee.

Kendall: And this is exactly the kind of work Aidan was trained for in the British army.

Greenlee: Well, those days are over. He's got something more to live for now -- me. We're planning a life together. He's my family.

Kendall: No one wants to see Aidan get hurt.

Greenlee: Well, then send him to Vegas to guard the pool at The Seasons Casino. He's your husband, can't you talk some sense into him?

Kendall: I tried.

Greenlee: Well, try harder. Come on, you care about Aidan, too. We're like the four musketeers. The two best friends and the men who love them.

Kendall: I know.

Greenlee: Besides, Aidan helped you hold it together when you thought that Zach and I were dead. And we would be if it wasn't for him.

Kendall: Ok, stop it. Nothing's going to happen to Aidan.

Greenlee: Are you on Zach's side now? You want him to send my fiancé into this nightmare?

Kendall: No, ok. I don't think Aidan should go either.

Greenlee: Don't tell me, tell Zach. If our friendship means anything to you, get your pig-headed husband to realize that he's about to ruin my life.

Ryan: Hello? Annie?

Annie: Who are you? Oh --

Ryan: It's me.

Annie: Oh, my God, I'm sorry. I saw you from behind, and I didn't know if --

Ryan: No -- no -- no, it's ok. It's ok. You know what? I probably should have --

Annie: I'm sorry. Since the break-in I've just been a little jittery.

Ryan: Wow, I mean, it's completely understandable, ok? I talked to the police today, and they're still working on it, but they don't have any leads just yet.

Annie: Ok, I'm fine. I'm just glad you're back home.

Ryan: I'm not going anywhere. Come here.

Jackson: I don't care if the warden's on the phone with Barbara Walters, you tell her that I need to talk to her, or I'm going to call a press conference and let them know about the cruel and unusual punishment she's inflicting on my client.

Carmen: You tell her, blue eyes.

Jackson: Believe me, the warden does not the kind of heat that's going to come down on her if the media finds out what she's doing to Erica Kane.

Guard: I'll pass it along.

Jackson: Good.

Carmen: You better do more than that. You need to get my boy, Jack, here a meeting, like, yesterday. Yeah, that's right, take a walk, slim.

Jackson: Ok, ok, Carmen, thank you. I think she got the message, ok?

Carmen: I'm going to start calling you Action Jackson, because you're going to get my superstar out of solitary in no time.

Jackson: I just hope Erica can last that long.

Voice: What's this?

Erica: No. I never thought I would have a heart attack.

Greenlee: We will conquer the world.

Kendall: Yes!

Amanda: I wish we could have kept those stripper poles.

Babe: Well, it beats the stair machines at the gym.

Amanda: Yeah, and this boring work I'm doing.

Babe: You're swimming in money these days, Amanda, thanks to your blackmail, so just quit and buy yourself a pole. Hell, buy yourself a whole strip club.

Amanda: Maybe I will. I don't know why you're bothering with that. Annie's taking over the whole prep for the Japanese pitch meeting.

Babe: I know, but we're all going to be there, so --

Amanda: Do you get why Annie's all over this presentation?

Babe: Because it could make this company millions of dollars?

Amanda: Yeah, millions of dollars for Kendall and Greenlee -- the two women her husband actually remembers being in love with.

Babe: Well, Annie's doing her job. She's always been completely professional even when certain other people around here haven't been.

Amanda: True, but that was back when her husband knew her inside and out. Now Ryan probably doesn't even know her middle name.

Babe: I know, it can't be easy for her.

Amanda: Well, if I was Annie, I definitely wouldn't be all rah-rah-rah Fusion.

Babe: Well, Annie's a woman who knows what she's doing. And I think sometimes we don't give her enough credit.

Annie: I'm fine, really.

Ryan: No, you're not. You're scared, and it's ok. Truthfully, the person that broke into our place could've been looking for me.

Annie: You don't know that.

Ryan: I don't know that, but it's a possibility.

Annie: Ryan -- Ryan, stop. This is exactly what I didn't what to happen when you moved back in. I mean, you know, you're back to spend time with your daughter, not to protect me.

Ryan: I know that.

Annie: You know, I've come a long way since we first met. Back then, there was a lot of trouble with my ex-husband and Richie, and you were always just coming in on your white horse to save the day.

Ryan: There is nothing wrong with needing a little bit of help every once in a while.

Annie: I know, but I'm not that same person anymore. I don't want you to look at me that way.

Ryan: What way?

Annie: Like, "I'm Annie -- help me, help me Lavery."

Ryan: Are you kidding me? I don't look at you that way at all. Are you kidding? All I see is a very strong woman. In fact, I was just telling my therapist that.

Annie: You talk out me to your therapist?

Ryan: Yeah, I do. You're a pretty major topic, actually.

Annie: Really? What have you said lately?

Ryan: Well, I just told her that, you know, I moved back in, because you and I decided that Emma's a priority right now.

Annie: Right, that's what we agreed.

Ryan: And I mentioned since the break-in, you know, I felt like I should've been there all along. And for what it's worth, I promise to be there for both of you. I promise. And not because you asked me, but because I want to be.

Amanda: Believe me, I know Annie's got it going on. I mean, no one could survive this place without adopting a few battle tactics.

Babe: You make Fusion sound like we have cat fights at every staff meeting, which -- I know, we've had a few, but we try to stay positive around here.

Amanda: Try, yes, we try. Do we ever succeed?

Babe: Well, a major company can't move forward without a little confidence.

Amanda: Can I have whatever happy pills you take?

Babe: I'm not on anything, Amanda.

Amanda: But yet you somehow filter through all the crazy and find the drop of good.

Babe: There isn't that much crazy.

Amanda: There she goes again, folks.

Babe: I think you just like to find drama where there is none.

Amanda: None, huh?

Babe: Yeah.

Amanda: Ok, all right. So you're saying you haven't noticed anything unusual at the office today?

Babe: Not really.

Amanda: We are camped out in here, because Annie and Ryan are having some mega-intense conversation out there. Probably about his memory, or lack thereof. Greenlee left for lunch hours ago and never showed back up, and Kendall ran out of here like a madwoman as soon as Josh showed. Neither one of our bosses are even responding to text messages. Trust me, there is major drama going down.

Kendall: She's right, Zach. This isn't like my book tour. I mean, these people kidnapped a peace worker. They could be torturing this man or worse.

Zach: All the more reason to get him home safe.

Greenlee: Can't the Marines go in and rescue the guy?

Zach: He's my man, my responsibility.

Greenlee: So this is about some macho code? Honor among men? I mean, come on, Zach, this is Aidan's life we're talking about. He's your friend, too.

Kendall: You don't have to do this, Zach.

Greenlee: Your wife is asking you to reconsider. Shouldn't that be enough?

Zach: This has nothing to do with Kendall. A man is in danger, and I put him there.

Greenlee: But he's a volunteer. He knew the risks.

Zach: Yes. We were missing once, right? You and me in that hole -- scared and alone. And Aidan rescued us.

Greenlee: Yeah, but why does Aidan have to be the one to rescue this guy? You could hire anyone to do this job. You could hire an entire army if you wanted to.

Zach: Aidan is the right man for the job.

Greenlee: No, you're making this personal. So what exactly am I missing here?

Tad: You did some pretty serious stuff in here.

[Aidan sighs]

Aidan: Just the usual.

Tad: You sure about this?

Aidan: It's the right thing to do.

Tad: Spoken like a true hero. You just remember one thing for my sake, ok? When you get on that plane, you stay sharp. You are about to put half a world between you and the woman that you love. If you get caught mooning over her picture like that somewhere out there in southern Sudan, you're likely to get your head shot off.

Aidan: I'm not going to do that in the field, am I? I know how to handle myself.

Tad: You just got her back a mere few months ago. Are you really ready to risk everything all over again?

Aidan: Well, luckily I have you to look after her while I'm gone, don't I?

Tad: Hey, I got a better idea. Why don't you stick around, so you can look after her?

Aidan: It's not an option, all right?

Tad: Why not? You know how powerful Zach is? He could get anybody to rescue his guy. If you ask me, this stinks of a lot more than just your honor as some kind of super soldier.

Aidan: What are you getting at?

Tad: I think you're still punishing yourself for sleeping with Kendall.

Warden: Mrs. Daniel's parole was denied. We expect her to serve the full term of her incarceration and not a minute less. You're welcome to try, but I promise you you won't get any special treatment. Mr. Montgomery, what can I do for you?

Jackson: Warden Hitchcock, you can let my client out of solitary confinement. Immediately.

Warden: That would be a mistake.

Jackson: No, the mistake was putting her in there to begin with. You don't have any kind of reason to use that kind of punishment.

Warden: I thought you'd be pleased with what we've done for Erica. Or don't you want us to protect your ex-wife's life?

Erica: I can do this. I can get out of here. I can be free again. 10 rings for 10 weddings. And 10 endings.

Male voice: If a gold band and two names on a marriage license is all you're looking -- to think that you would lie to me about something like this. Because I never gave you any idea that we were going to get married. It's too late. Because I don't care if you choke. You lied to me every time you took one of those pills. You're a marvelous actress, Erica. You lying, cheating slut! If you want to go marry a man you don't love, go right ahead. You took down our marriage. What do you expect me to do with my life? You want me to hang around while you're wheeling and dealing? Erica, I don't love you anymore. Erica, I don't love you anymore.

Erica: I have been abandoned by so many people I love. Oh, Mom, where did it all go so wrong?

[Aidan sighs]

Aidan: Who died and made you my shrink?

Tad: I'm not your shrink. I am your good friend and one-time partner, and this is nothing but a glorified guilt trip. You would tell me the same thing if the shoe were on the other foot, ok?

Aidan: Look, what Kendall and I did was a mistake, all right? It's forgotten -- it's over.

Tad: I agree. So all of the sudden, you think it's a good idea to go jetting off the southern Sudan to fight for God, country, and Cambias?

Aidan: Well, maybe I'll get a big bonus.

Tad: More like a company funeral.

Aidan: What? What is wrong with you this afternoon? You're a real barrel of laughs, aren't you?

Aidan: For the last time, it's my job.

Tad: Yeah, well, let's not forget about your boss, the man whose wife you cheated with.

Aidan: Zach wants me to grab this guy for the same reason as I do, because he's a good man, and he's doing an honorable thing. And he's stuck in a fight that he shouldn't be in. Are you going to sit here, and you're going to moan at me for the rest of the afternoon like some old woman or do I get, like, a "wish you luck" hug from my best mate, huh?

Tad: Whoever this jerk is, he's lucky to have you on his side.

Aidan: Thanks, mate.

Tad: Since I can't talk you out of playing G.I. Jeeves, I want you to promise me one thing.

Aidan: Bring you back a souvenir?

Tad: No, watch your back. Please. You're like a brother to me. A homely, slightly less intelligent, but altogether charming brother.

Aidan: Slightly less intelligent?

Tad: But altogether charming. Let's not overlook the compliment.

Aidan: So what does that make you then -- slightly older, grey-haired bloke that's a little bit slow in the equation?

Tad: God, you talk funny.

Aidan: So you keep telling me.

Tad: I've spent a long time learning to understand what you say. I don't want that investment to be for nothing. You come back safely and quickly.

Aidan: I will. I promise

Zach: What do you think? Hm? You think I want to ruin your life?

Greenlee: Ask me that question once you call off this mission.

Zach: Can't do that.

Greenlee: I'm not sure I know you at all anymore.

Zach: You know me better than almost anyone.

Greenlee: Yeah, sure, we bonded down in that bomb shelter. We survived a horrible situation that should have left us dead.

Zach: But we did survive, and we're good friends now.

Greenlee: Which is why this doesn't make any sense to me. You remember me thinking of Aidan kept me alive. Knowing that I had him to come back to made me want to survive. He was all I had.

Zach: You'll have him again in just a few days.

Greenlee: You can't know that. Something horrible could happen to him, Zach. Think about when your cell phone battery died, and you lost those pictures of Kendall and the boys. They were your lifeline, Zach. Well, Aidan is my lifeline. He is my hope for a happy future.

Zach: See, Greenlee --

Greenlee: No -- no -- no, Zach, you know what? You weren't around when I lost Leo. I was too young to be a widow then, and I'm too young to be one now.

Zach: Aidan will have all the support he needs.

Greenlee: You owe me. You helped Ryan play dead when I was married to him. I had to survive the misery of losing someone I loved for the second time in my life. Do you really want to put me through that again?

Kendall: She's right, Zach. Please listen to her.

Greenlee: I'm begging you. If you won't do it for Kendall, then please, do it for me.

Zach: This wasn't meant to hurt you.

Greenlee: But it is. Can't you see that?

Zach: Yeah, I can.

Greenlee: Then pick up the phone. Tell Aidan that you found someone else for the job, and he can come home to me. Can you do that?

Zach: All right. I'll do it for you.

Greenlee: Oh, thank you. Thank you. Thank you, thank you, thank you.

Annie: Thank you. These numbers are really going to impress the new client. Ok, great. Bye.

Ryan: So this presentation's a pretty big deal, huh?

Annie: Yeah. Yeah, it's a pretty big deal. It could put Fusion on the map internationally.

Ryan: Wow, that's great. It's too bad, though, because I was going to ask you to see if you wanted to come and join Emma and me for a bite to eat.

Annie: Oh, that's ok. You guys should go spend some time together alone. It's important for you to have, you know, alone time with your daughter, regardless of what happens with us.

Ryan: Yeah. I could bring you back something to eat.

Annie: I'm fine. Go, go. I can be by myself, you know.

Ryan: You know, Annie, you don't have to do that. You don't have to put on a front.

Annie: Front?

Ryan: Yeah, I want -- I want you to feel secure enough that you can be honest with me all the time, and you can, you know, you can tell me when you're scared, so that I can help you feel safe.

Annie: Ok, promise.

Ryan: Good.

Annie: So, this therapy, is it working?

Ryan: Am I remembering more? No, not so much. Actually, I don't really know what good it's doing at all. It's really weird, sitting there talking about myself, about feelings and everything like that. It's not really my style, you know?

Annie: Well, what does she think about you moving back home?

Ryan: That's the thing I find out about psychoanalysts -- they never tell you what they're thinking.

Annie: She still has to have some opinion about it, though.

Ryan: Yeah, I guess. You know, she was a little bit concerned that maybe it might be too soon, it might be confusing for us.

Annie: And what do you think, Ryan?

Jackson: So, warden, you want me to think that you put Erica into solitary confinement for her own good, is that it?

Warden: She was in physical jeopardy. She's been receiving threats.

Jackson: For what?

Warden: Disrupting the general population, causing unrest.

Jackson: You know what? I don't believe that.

Warden: The inmates do.

Jackson: No, they don't. No, I believe most of the women here, they like Erica, because she's trying to help them.

Warden: Well, that's a matter of opinion.

Jackson: No, that's a matter of fact. See, I'm the one making the phone calls, setting up the job training programs, the halfway houses. You see what I'm saying here?

Warden: I appreciate Miss Kane's enthusiasm, but she's fairly new to the penitentiary. She doesn't really understand how things work here.

Jackson: So, you put her in solitary to make sure she knew who was in charge.

Warden: Sometimes it's necessary to separate an inmate when the general population feels that their turf is being threatened.

Jackson: Warden, are you sure we're still talking about the inmates here?

Warden: The fact is, I wish I had 100 women like Erica. She can be very helpful. She has limitless resources.

Jackson: Oh, yes.

Warden: But her celebrity gives her too high a profile.

Jackson: Higher than yours, you mean, huh, warden?

Warden: It was disrupting the balance on the ward. As a result, we were forced to insulate her.

Jackson: If Erica was really being threatened, you and I both know there are a lot of other ways to protect her.

Warden: I'm quite capable of running my own prison, counselor.

Jackson: Are you? Because what you're doing to Erica is abusive, and you know it.

Warden: What I am doing is preserving a safe environment for all the women in my care, and I'm well within my purview.

Jackson: No, warden, what you're doing is punishing Erica for doing something that you won't do, which is help these women. I can't let you get away with that.

Warden: I have a very busy schedule, Mr. Montgomery. I'll take your concerns into consideration, but I don't expect your client to be coming out of solitary any time soon.

Jackson: Oh, I do. I expect her to be out before nightfall.

Warden: You'd have to go to the director of the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Jackson: I'll call him personally. And then I'm coming after you.

Warden: Careful, counselor.

Jackson: No, you be careful. When I'm done with you, you'll be lucky to get a job as a hall monitor in a grade school.

Erica: You were my rock, Mom. You were the only person who ever loved me unconditionally. What would I have ever done without you?

Mona’s voice: Three generations of Kane women. Isn't that remarkable?

Erica: Mom, I have thought of that day so often. You and me and Bianca and Kendall. And I know that the truth is that I'm not alone as long as I have my Josh, and my girls. I tried to spare them pain, Mom. But somehow, I couldn't. No matter how hard I tried, the demons came back.

Josh: God forbid the truth disrupt your cozy little life.

Erica: That's why I wanted them to take Spike as soon as they could.

Bianca: Michael. It's Michael. He won't leave me alone.

Josh: Erica, I've known you long enough to know it's always about you.

Erica: Did he -- did he rape you?

Bianca: Yes. Yes. He raped me.

Erica: You just hang in there, honey, just a little while longer, until they find our if Spike is strong enough for the C-section. You hang in there, ok? The thing I feel the worst about is that I failed my children.

Tad: Hey, Fish and Chips, you got a message coming through.

Aidan: Must be the details on that garden rescue.

Tad: Listen, before you take off, I got a detailed and up-to-date map of that part of the world. I want you to take it with you.

Aidan: Thanks, mate. Come on, come on, come on, come on, come on. That's not right.

Greenlee: Why do people always hand you a water when you've been upset?

Zach: It gives the other person something to do.

Greenlee: You really want to calm me down? Give me a mojito.

Zach: You're feeling better.

Greenlee: Yeah, now that you came to your senses.

Zach: I'm sorry I upset you.

Greenlee: Just don't do it again.

Zach: Friends.

Greenlee: We're more than that, and you know it.

Kendall: The boys just woke up from their nap, so I want to be there to see them.

Greenlee: Well, good, I want to go give Aidan the good news. I'll see you at work?

Kendall: Yeah. I'm really -- really glad, Greenlee, that Aidan's staying home.

Greenlee: It's where he belongs.

Zach: It was the right thing to do.

Kendall: I know.

Zach: Greenlee's what matters. I lost sight of that. After all, we're keeping the secret to protect her.

Babe: Well?

Amanda: Still pretty intense, from what I heard. You're dying to know, aren't you? Well, I'll tell you. All I caught were the words, "therapy," "complicated," and "living together." Put them together, and what do you get?

Colby: Drama.

Amanda: Thank you.

Babe: Well, maybe at least we can get some work done now.

Ryan: I know exactly why I moved back in, and so do you.

Annie: But your doctor still thinks that I could be the problem.

Ryan: She didn't come out and say that, and I explained to her that we're doing it for Emma. And the fact that you and I get to see each other more is like a -- it's an added bonus.

Annie: You don't have to say that.

Ryan: I mean it, Annie. I explained to her that we're totally realistic about this, about how we're living, and we're taking it really, really slowly.

Annie: It can be hard, though, sharing space, being so close.

Ryan: Yeah, it can.

Annie: I mean, there's a real intimacy when you're sleeping in the same house and eating breakfast together in your pajamas.

Ryan: One thing is for sure is that I really enjoy the view. Come away with me.

Annie: What?

Ryan: A family vacation. You, me, Emma, and Spike.

Annie: Ryan --

Ryan: It's a great idea. Wait, wait, wait -- before you answer, you got to think about it here. We could create a whole bunch of new memories. And who knows, maybe I'll remember some of the old ones, too. I mean, you said that a beach was our place, right? So we'll go to a place with a really, really nice beach.

Annie: That all sounds amazing, but I have to work.

Ryan: Ok, then we'll go after the presentation. Come on, we got to get out of this place. Please -- away from Pine Valley, away from -- from all the pressures and the -- you know, the break-in and everything.

Annie: What would your doctor say about taking this little trip?

Ryan: I don't care what my doctor would say right now. I am doing this for us.

Annie: Let's do it.

Ryan: That's what I'm talking about.

Annie: Actually, your timing couldn't be more perfect. I have a feeling after this presentation I'm going to -- I'm going to need a long break.

Jackson: No, I will not hold. This is my third call. Listen, you tell him I need to speak to him. You tell him it's an emergency. I'll tell you what you do, you tell him it's about Erica Kane, all right? I'm sorry, he's what?

Erica: I just want to be in the light. I belong in the light.

Mona’s voice: Erica, I love you. I'll always love you.

Tad: Here you go, Fish and Chips. Aidan? What's your hurry? Well, Dixie, it looks like it's you and me again, kid. Where were we? What happened to your picture?

Zach: I'll get back to you with name of the new team leader as soon as I have confirmation. All right. I was just about to call you. You're no longer going on a trip.

Aidan: The hell I'm not. The man that's being held captive is Tad's brother.

Zach: Jake Martin.

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

Adam (to Dixie's picture): Where the devil did you come from?

Adam (to J.R.): Did you feel that?

J.R. (to Tad and Krystal): Dad's officially lost it.

Angie: I wanted to get your opinion, honest opinion.

Cassandra: On?

Angie: Jesse.

Jack: I want you to be honest with me. Are you really ok?

Erica: No, I'm not.

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