AMC Transcript Thursday 5/1/08

All My Children Transcript Thursday 5/1/08


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[Knocking at the door]

Cassandra: Come in. Mom, hey.

Angie: Just checking to see if you need anything.

Cassandra: The answer's the same as it was five minutes ago. I'm still good.

Angie: Ok, if anything comes up, I'm here.

Cassandra: Mom, seriously, you're as subtle as a freight train right now. What's going on?

Angie: Well, I see you haven't lost your ability to read me.

Cassandra: Like a book, so?

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

Cassandra: On?

Angie: Jesse.

Jesse: Ahh.

Frankie: So far, so good. What's wrong?

Jesse: You know, I thought staying away all these years was tough. It looks like coming back is going to be even harder.

Frankie: Dad, relax, it's just a check-up.

Jesse: Yeah, mandated by the insurance company. You know, it ain't easy getting life insurance or health insurance when the last time I was here I was pronounced dead by the doctors.

Krystal: Hey.

Tad: Hey.

Krystal: Can I help you look for something?

Tad: I just had a picture of Dixie here and now it's gone.

Krystal: Well, maybe you just misplaced it.

Tad: No, I didn't. I think somebody took it.

Krystal: Why? Who would want your picture of Dixie?

Adam: Where the devil did you come from?

J.R.: Talking to yourself again, Dad?

Adam: Did you put this here?

J.R.: I don't know what that is.

Adam: Well, maybe you ought to have a closer look at it.

J.R.: Mom.

Adam: Mm-hm.

J.R.: Where did you get this?

Adam: That's hilarious. No, I'm not in the mood for any jokes right now. Get that photograph out of my sight.

J.R.: After all the crap that you've pulled, do you think I'd put a picture of my mom anywhere near you?

Kendall: What do you mean you don't know where my mother is? No, ok, I want to speak to the warden right now. Hello, hello -- oh, you know what?

Greenlee: What was that about?

Kendall: It was the prison. They have my mother locked up in solitary confinement.

Greenlee: Did she murder someone? Sorry.

Kendall: No, I -- I tried calling Jack, I've tried calling Sam Woods, and no one knows what happened to her.

Samuel: Hey, now, take it easy. I'll call for the doctor, ok?

Erica: I don't need a doctor.

Samuel: You don't fight me on this one, ok, lady? Hey, doc, doc, I need you to her out immediately.

Erica: No, really, I'm fine.

Samuel: Yeah, no, I know. She's been in solitary confinement.

Erica: But there's nothing wrong with me.

Samuel: Listen, listen, humor me then, all right? Come on, check her out thoroughly just in case. Just humor me, settle down.

Erica: None of this is necessary.

Jack: Erica.

Erica: Jack.

Jack: Thank God, are you all right?

Erica: How did you even know? Either one of you?

Samuel: We're on the same team now, remember?

Jack: We heard you needed a little back-up, so, come here.

Erica: Well, I don't know what strings were pulled, but thank you. Thank you, both, for getting me out of there.

Doctor: Everything checks out. You are in perfect health, Miss Kane.

Warden: That's good news, isn't it? How are you feelin Erica?

Erica: Better now, thank you for your concern.

Samuel: Warden, can I have a word with you, please?

Warden: Of course, Mr. Woods.

Doctor: Tell the guard to let me know if you're not feeling well later.

Erica: Thank you.

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

Erica: No, I'm not.

Kendall: I'm really worried about her, Greenlee.

Greenlee: We could always storm the prison gates.

Kendall: It's not funny.

Greenlee: I'm just trying to get you to calm down.

Kendall: Well, it's not working, ok? Like you even care what happens to my mom.

Greenlee: But my dad does. Jack will take care of her, Kendall. Trust me.

Kendall: Well, he's not returning my phone calls.

Greenlee: Because he probably already there at the prison. Didn't you tell me that they take your cell phones away?

Kendall: Yeah, I guess.

Greenlee: Yeah, Jack won't let anything bad happen to her.

Kendall: I hope you're right.

Greenlee: Oh, come on, Kendall. He's her hero. He's one of the good guys.

Kendall: He is, isn't he?

Greenlee: Yes, just like Aidan and Zach. Jumping from tall buildings, saving damsels in distress. Not too shabby in bed, either, our heroes. Which brings me to you and Aidan.

Adam: Dixie's picture appeared out of nowhere.

J.R.: Like magic.

Adam: No, like a set-up.

J.R.: Well, I can see that all your buttons are intact today.

Adam: Is this another one of your covert operations, J.R.?

J.R.: I don't know what the hell you're talking about.

Adam: Don't play dumb with me.

J.R.: But Dad, that's our favorite game to play.

Adam: You've done it before, yeah. You've wheedled your way into my house to find out more information about Tad's daughter. Yes, do you really think that a picture of Dixie is going to bring me to my knees? Think again.

J.R.: You're serious, aren't you?

Adam: Yes, I'm serious. I want you to look me in the eye and tell me you had nothing to do with this.

J.R.: This is classic. I've been here what, five minutes? And you're already accusing me of something that I didn't do.

Adam: Just tell me, damn it.

J.R.: I had nothing to do with that.

Adam: All right, then something is not right.

J.R.: Yeah, well that's painfully obvious.

Adam: Will you stop being so damn glib about it?

Tad: Somebody is messing with me. I want to know who it is.

Krystal: Come on, Tad. I highly doubt anyone is messing with you.

Tad: Well, then you explain it. I mean I opened the drawer, I put it back right where I always put it and now it's gone.

Krystal: Ok, remember that time that I swore I put Jenny's pacifier in the crib?

Tad: Yeah.

Krystal: All right, and where did it end up, huh? Where did it end up?

Tad: In the fridge?

Krystal: Yep, in the fridge. Look, the point is, people do stuff like that all the time.

Tad: Krystal, I wouldn't lose that picture.

Krystal: All right, let's just retrace your steps then. Ok, last time you looked at the picture, what were you doing? Were you opening up any cabinets, taking out any files, throwing anything in the trash?

Tad: I'm telling you, I wouldn't misplace that picture. It is Dixie we're talking about. I wouldn't jam it in some file. I certainly wouldn't throw it away.

Krystal: I'm just trying to help.

Tad: Well, you're not.

Krystal: What's going on here, huh? I mean I know this is Dixie. I know she's the love of your life. I know that. But come on now, it's just a photograph.

Tad: It's not just the picture. There's something else.

Angie: I guess I'm just curious to see how you feel. I mean, it's a whole lot to come in on. A whole new town, your mom back together with her first husband.

Cassandra: Who was supposedly dead for 20 years.

Angie: I just want to make sure that you're ok with everything.

Cassandra: Look, Frankie's home safe from the war, you're happier than I've ever seen you, and I've been living in beautiful Paris for a year.

Angie: Thank you.

Cassandra: For what?

Angie: For being so great about this. I know that it has to be kind of strange that Jesse looks like your father.

Cassandra: Well, it's not the most normal thing in the world, but I'll get used to it. I'm happy for you, Mom. And Jesse seems like a really great guy.

Angie: He is and I can already tell that he absolutely adores you.

Cassandra: Really?

Angie: Yes, since the second you walked in.

Cassandra: Yeah, well, how could he not?

Angie: Oh, honey, I'm so glad you're home. Have I told you that yet?

Cassandra: About a bazillion times.

Angie: Well, make it a bazillion and one.

Frankie: All right, one more but this time not so deep.

Jesse: I'm really proud of you, you know it?

Frankie: Yeah, I know.

Jesse: No, I mean I've always been proud of you, all this time. I know I haven't been around to say that, but just know that, all right?

Frankie: Thanks, Dad. Why do I feel like you're buttering me up for something?

Jesse: I like butter. Seriously, why would I do that?

Frankie: So you can pass the exam with flying colors.

Jesse: I don't need butter for that. Come on, boy, look at me. The finest specimen you never seen.

Frankie: Well, now that we know your ego is well intact, I'm going to give a listen to your posterior lung fields, all right?

Jesse: Smell you, Dr. Cool, posterior lung fields and whatnot. That's my boy. What?

Frankie: What did they do to you?

Dre: Hi, Colby, sorry I'm late.

Colby: Hey, no worries. More grease for me. Where were you?

Dre: With my dad.

Colby: That's funny, seriously.

Dre: Yeah.

Colby: By choice?

Dre: Well, I just figured I'd give it a shot.

Colby: Dre, that's great, how did it go?

Dre: I made it out in one piece. Progress, right?

Colby: Definitely, oh, I'm so happy for you.

Dre: Well, it's not like it was just the two of us hanging out or anything. I tagged along on one of his campaign stops.

Colby: I bet his schedule is probably crazy busy these days, huh?

Dre: Yeah, in fact, he was supposed to have a stop today but some big emergency came up, so he took off.

Colby: What happened?

Dre: No idea, but whatever it was, it must have been important.

Samuel: You understand the concept of solitary confinement, don't you, warden?

Warden: Yes, of course.

Samuel: Then you understand it is reserved for prisoners who are deemed to be a threat to themselves or to other prisoners, isn't that correct?

Warden: It is, but in this particular case --

Samuel: Then please tell me how Erica Kane, the least dangerous prisoner of all, ended up in that cell.

Erica: I tried to fall asleep, but that just made things worse.

Jack: Honey, did you have nightmares?

Erica: Yeah, I relived every single, horrible moment I've ever had. Only this time --

Jack: Only this time you were alone.

Erica: It was just me.

Jack: I was so worried about you.

Erica: I wasn't sure I could stand it, Jack.

Jack: Well, you did. You survived, just like you always do. Just like I knew you would.

Erica: Oh, you're such a liar. You just told me you were so worried about me.

Jack: I didn't have any doubt you'd get through it. I just hated the fact you would have to do it without me.

Jesse: You don't need to see that. Get off, get off.

Frankie: Yes, I do.

Jesse: Oh, man.

Frankie: Do you still think about it?

Jesse: Sometimes, less and less, though.

Frankie: But there are still so many damn questions. I mean what did this Papel guy want from you? And this stuffed elephant that Mom gave away, you really think the answers are in there?

Jesse: I don't know. I don't know, but I'm done trying to find out.

Frankie: Must be hard letting go.

Jesse: Yeah, it is. But it's worth it if it makes your mother happy. I told her I'm done. I'm done.

Frankie: You think you can do that? Just close the door?

Jesse: I have to, especially now that your mother's about to make me an honest man.

Frankie: She's going crazy with wedding stuff?

Jesse: For shizzle my nizzle. But you know what? Let her go crazy. As long as our wedding has us, the man upstairs, and the people you love. You know, all the good stuff.

Frankie: Sounds great.

Jesse: Yeah, it great. Do you want to be my best man?

Frankie: Me?

Jesse: No, you, of course, how cool would that be, man? Nothing could make me prouder.

Frankie: Me neither.

Robert: I just want to thank you for faxing my wife's information over here so quickly. No, I know, you tried to do something good, you know, donate to charity, and then look at what happens. Oh, my wife is the last person the government should be looking into. Yeah. Well, some people just have all the luck, but my Angie just is not one of them.

Angie: I have a favor to ask you. I'm hoping that you'll be my maid of honor.

Cassandra: Wow, you guys want me to be up there with you?

Angie: But --

Cassandra: No, no buts, no buts, that cool, I mean I'm -- I'm excited about the wedding.

Angie: Cass.

Cassandra: It's just making me think about Dad. With dad, did you love him?

Angie: Oh, baby, of course, I did. Jacob is a great man, but most important, he is a wonderful father.

Cassandra: I know that, but I mean with the two of you.

Angie: I loved your father, Cassandra.

Cassandra: Just never more than Jesse.

Kendall: Look, I appreciate your concern and everything, but I have to go to the prison myself and see if --

Greenlee: Hey, slow down.

Kendall: No, my mom is in, like, some dark dungeon all alone. I can't just leave her there.

Greenlee: Enough, enough, Kendall, she will be fine, and you know it. She will be, Kendall. She's Erica Kane, ok? Now it's your turn to listen to me about Aidan. Remember him, the guy that I love? I just, I wanted to say thank you.

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: We don't say that very often, I mean we fight, we make up, we're best friends, but we're not too big in the thank you department.

Kendall: Oh, so that's what you wanted to say?

Greenlee: Yeah, I mean I went off when Zach was going to send Aidan on that secret mission, but you stood up for me. You told off Zach. You told him to send someone else, and I never -- I just wanted to say thank you.

Adam: All right, if you don't want to help, why don't you just get out?

J.R.: Well, how would you like me to help you, Dad? Would you like me to destroy your sound system for you? How about glue all your buttons on your shirt for you, or burn all your albums? Let's not forget the flying glassware. Now, let me think. Is there anything that I forgot?

Adam: Yes, yes, as a matter of fact, someone slapped me.

J.R.: Someone?

Adam: Mm-hm.

J.R.: Who?

Adam: I don't know, there was nobody there. I just felt it.

J.R.: Have you considered not mixing your booze with your anti-anxiety medication?

Adam: Drinking advice from a drunk, that's perfect. You know, I can't explain what's happening to me, but it's real.

J.R.: Dad, do you hear yourself? You're freaking Colby out and to be honest, I can't blame her.

Adam: Why don't you try to calm Colby down a bit?

J.R.: Oh, yeah, she did talk to me about something about continuing on here at the mansion.

Adam: Really?

J.R.: Yeah, yeah, it's the last thing that I want to do, but more and more it's starting to look like I don't have a choice.

Robert: Where is that damned stuffed elephant?

Cassandra: So, what was it like, falling in love with Jesse?

Angie: I don't know how to describe it. Gosh, baby, we were so young, you know, and it took over everything, and I mean everything. You know, if wasn't with Jesse, I was thinking about him, imagining when we would be together. Where we would go. What we'd do. It was the two of us again the world. And nobody could take us down. Not for long.

Cassandra: Until someone did.

Angie: That's right. You know, I honestly never thought I'd get over Jesse's death. And I guess, in a way, I never did.

Cassandra: But, life went on.

Angie: Yes, and I met your father, and then you came into our lives. And Cass, because of that, I would never change a second.

Cassandra: So, what is it like now with Jesse?

Angie: Well, you know, we may have aged on the outside, but in our hearts we picked up where we left off. And you know what? You're going to see. I can't wait to get that giddy phone call from you the first time you fall in love. Unless you have already.

Frankie: I hope you're not going to make me wear some ruffled up tux, or nothing like that.

Jesse: No. No, just top hat and tails. That's a must, baby.

Frankie: Not on my watch, it ain't.

Julia: Knock, knock, knock.

Frankie: What's up, Nurse Julia?

Julia: Hey, I'm here to take you to X-rays.

Frankie: I thought you'd be long gone by now.

Julia: Well, I'm working a double shift today, because I'm taking tomorrow off.

Frankie: Something fun?

Julia: I think I'm chaperoning my daughter's class field trip.

Jesse: You better rest up for that one.

Julia: Yeah, that's what I'm thinking.

Jesse: Kathy, right?

Julia: Hey, good memory.

Jesse: Yeah, well, it's all Tad ever talks about. I mean he's seriously crushing on that youngin.

Julia: Well, you can tell your friend that Kathy feels the same way about him. All right, hop in.

Jesse: What is this with the buggy?

Julia: Oh, just get in.

Jesse: Hospitals.

Krystal: Would you stop fussing with that and talk to me, Tad? What do you mean there's more?

Tad: Well, it's not just about the picture. You remember I told you I visited Dixie's grave after the cops dug up Jesse's?

Krystal: Yeah.

Tad: While I was there I could have sworn that I felt something.

Krystal: Like what, like she was with you?

Tad: No -- yeah. I don't know, maybe. It's kind of difficult to describe the feeling. It was like I could swear that something is about to change. I don't know, it's crazy. Maybe it's just because Jesse wants to help me search for Kate.

Krystal: Or it's because something is about to change. Miracles happen, Tad. I mean, ask Angie. You really think it's possible? After all this time I could actually find my daughter?

Frankie: Well, we're just waiting for the final thumbs-up from the radiologist, but these X-rays are looking clean, Mr. Hubbard.

Jesse: Hey, what'd I tell you, specimen.

Frankie: So, you headed home?

Jesse: Yeah, man, I've got a wedding to help plan. You?

Frankie: The same, but not the wedding part. I am headed home. I'm going to take Cassie to The Comeback.

Jesse: Wow, wow.

Frankie: What?

Jesse: You know, we are actually starting to sound like a normal family.

Frankie: Well, I for one think it's about damn time.

Jesse: All right.

Frankie: All right, come on, Mr. Fine Specimen, let's get out of here.

Jesse: Yeah, let's bounce. That's what y'all youngins say these days, right? Bounce?

Frankie: Is that right?

Jesse: Yeah, we bad.

Cassandra: Love, Mom? Come on. Please, I'm, like, on my -- I don't even know? Sixth, now? I lost count. Where is my camera? Your face, priceless.

Angie: Oh, girl, I will beat you with a stick. That is a mean thing to do to your mother.

Cassandra: You got to admit, Mom, you set yourself up for that one. No, no love of my life just yet.

Angie: Well, not even semi-serious? Boyfriends? Friends?

Cassandra: With benefits. I'm kidding. Wow, you're easy. No, Mom, listen, as soon as somebody serious comes scoping around, you'll be the first to know.

Angie: All right, well, I'd better be. Now, how about that question I had for you?

Cassandra: Oh, I didn't -- I didn't say yes?

Angie: Not yet.

Cassandra: I would love to be your maid of honor.

Angie: I love you. I love you.

Cassandra: Me, too, Mom.

Warden: Miss Kane created an unpredictable environment. Her entire fan club was outside protesting with some band playing a concert. It was mayhem.

Samuel: Mayhem?

Warden: Well, the prisoners could hear the yelling. Some could even see the mob. Frankly, I was afraid for Miss Kane's safety.

Samuel: You know why I think you were afraid? Because Miss Kane found flaws in the system, and she was making it better. And that's your job, isn't it?

Warden: Well, whatever Miss Kane was doing, it was only making this worse.

Samuel: Well, we have to let other people be the judge of that. Maybe the Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Warden: Oh, there's no need to call --

Samuel: At any rate, I want Miss Kane taken out of that cell and put back in the general population immediately, or you're going to have a lot more to deal with than a singing fan club.

Jack: Samuel. So, how'd it go with the warden?

Samuel: I think I got my point across.

Jack: Good.

Samuel: How's Erica?

Jack: Well, you know, she's hanging in there. I just want to say thank you for what you did.

Samuel: No, man, nothing. It's -- Erica did not deserve to be in solitary confinement.

Jack: No, she didn't. And she would never admit this to you, but it was very, very difficult for her. I mean, she's going to be ok. I mean, Erica always lands on her feet, but she's also very used to being in control.

Samuel: And what happens when she loses that control?

Colby: Your dad, does Senate hopeful Samuel Woods date?

Dre: Not that I know of. No, I haven't seen him with anyone since my mom died.

Colby: Wow. 9/11 was a long time ago.

Dre: Not that long.

Colby: Sorry.

Dre: No, it's ok.

Colby: Do you think your dad's lonely?

Dre: Probably a little.

Colby: What about you? Do you got any girls on your radar?

Dre: Oh, just the one I'm looking at.

Colby: Oh, that's sad.

Dre: Well, sorry I don't have anyone to obsess about, like you do with Frankie.

Colby: Hey, I am not obsessed, but I might be invisible.

Dre: Frankie sees you.

Colby: Only as a 12-year-old kid. What is wrong with this picture? Why isn't there a line of people wanting to date us?

Dre: Yeah, no line.

Colby: But there should be, right? I mean, I'm cute. With all that going, why isn't there people wanting to date us?

Adam: You mean you would actually consider staying on here indefinitely because your sister asked you to?

J.R.: Yeah.

Adam: Oh.

J.R.: She's that worried about you.

Adam: Oh, well, why should she? She shouldn't be. I'm fine.

J.R.: Really, Dad?

Adam: Mm-hm.

J.R.: Because you don't sound fine.

Adam: J.R., you can stay here as long as you like. It will make me very happy. But I don't need a caretaker, and you can spare me the pity.

J.R.: That's not what this is about.

Adam: Good, because I'm not insane. Now, I'm going to go talk with security. See if they've spotted any suspicious people on our property.

J.R.: Yeah, ok, Dad. You do that.

[Cell phone ringing]

Krystal: Hello?

J.R.: Krystal, it's J.R.

Krystal: Oh, hey, look, can I call you back? I'm kind of in the middle of something here.

J.R.: Actually, it's kind of important.

Krystal: What? Is it Babe?

J.R.: No, it's not.

Krystal: Little A?

J.R.: No, actually, it's my dad.

Greenlee: You looked so worried when I wanted to talk to you about you and Aidan. What did you think I was going to say?

Kendall: I don't know. You just looked so serious. So, now that Aidan's not going anywhere ---

Greenlee: Oh, it's come-to-mama time.

Kendall: Oh.

Greenlee: Oh, what I've got in store for that gorgeous bloke.

[Cell phone ringing]

Kendall: Oh, oh, it's the warden. It's the warden.

Greenlee: Let me handle that. Let me handle it. Hi, this is Kendall Slater's attorney, and if you have anything to say to Mrs. Slater, I -- Dad? Yeah, it's me. Fantastic. I'll tell her. I love you.

Kendall: What?

Greenlee: It's just like I told you. Erica's fine. My dad is with her. Ok, Kendall, your turn. You can say it.

Kendall: Thank you, Greenlee.

Samuel: Erica, I made it clear to her that nothing she did with you was ok.

Jack: The important thing is that you're out of solitary, and you're not going to be going back any time soon.

Erica: Jack, thank you. But you couldn't be more wrong. You know what the important thing is? The important thing is that we learned that this is allowed to happen here at all. I mean, I'm lucky. I've got two strong men fighting for me. But what about those other women? What happens if that warden just throws them into that dehumanizing closet, just because she feels like it? I mean, who's looking out for them? I am so grateful to you both -- both of you for getting me out of there. But our work here is not finished, not by a long shot.

Robert: Yes, I am so sorry to bother you again, but I have been looking over that list that you faxed me, and there seems to be one item that is missing. My wife is just positive that she sent over a toy stuffed elephant to your charity. Now, is there any chance that you might have missed that? Yes, would you? Really. Uh-huh, all right. Well, thank you. Probably just a mistake on our end. Thank you, mm-hm. Now if that toy elephant did not make it to the charity, then where the hell is it?

Cassandra: You know, that first love talk you heard earlier was really Mom asking about something else. She wants to know was if I'd had sex yet. Well, she can rest assured that I haven't. At this rate, I will be a virgin for the rest of my life. Meanwhile, I'm really, really trying to go along with this whole happily-ever-after flow around here, but I just -- I don't even know Jesse.

[Knocking at the door]

Cassandra: Come in.

Frankie: Hey, hey, you ready?

Cassandra: Yeah. So, what's this place called again?

Frankie: Oh, it's called The Comeback. It's no Parisian cafe, but I thinks you gonna like it.

Adam: Hoo hoo. Did you feel that?

J.R.: What?

Adam: That chill. Like a river of ice water just swept through that --

J.R.: No, I didn't feel anything.

Adam: You're not cold?

[Doorbell rings]

J.R.: No. I'll get that. Oh, Dad is not going to be happy that you're here.

Tad: Hey, you're the one that called and said Adam's hallucinating. I'm not about to let her come by herself.

Krystal: How is he?

J.R.: He's not good. I think that Dad's officially lost it.

[Tad smirks while Krystal looks worried]

Colby: Just because you're not interested in finding someone doesn't mean that I'm not.

Dre: Hey, I never said I wasn't interested.

Frankie: So, what do you think?

Cassandra: I think I could get used to this place.

Jesse: Hey.

Angie: I could get used to this. All of us under one roof, a real family.

Jesse: It's pretty nice, huh? So, did you ask Cassandra to be your maid of honor?

Angie: She's in. Did you ask Frankie?

Jesse: Yeah, he said no ruffled tuxes, though.

Angie: I think I can live with that.

Jesse: Wow, it's pretty nice, huh? Do you hear that?

Angie: What?

Jesse: No high alert. No nerves. Just you, me, the kids, peace.

Angie: The best sound I have ever heard.

Angie's voice: I thought it was time to let go of the toy, so I gave the box of things to a charity in the city.

Frankie's voice: There's no way you can find that toy?

Robert: Why did you lie to me, Angie?

Jesse's voice: We'll never know until we give it a shot, right?

Robert: You trying to keep my diamond for yourself?

Jesse's voice: He took twenty years of my life for it.

Robert: I'm sorry. I just have never been good at sharing.

Angie's voice: Please stop. You're being unrealistic.

Carmen: You had me freaking out, superstar. Are you ok?

Erica: I'll tell you about it later, but I'm fine.

Carmen: Ok.

Prisoner: Way to go, Erica.

Erica: Thank you.

Prisoner: You look good.

Erica: Thank you.

Prisoner: Well, darling.

Adam: I don't give a damn what J.R. says. It's freezing in here.

[Adam finds Kathy's certificate of adoption on the floor]

Adam: No, no, no. This can't be. This can't be. I burned this, so Tad wouldn't know that this Kathy was his beloved Kate. I destroyed it. How the hell did this document get back here?

Tad: What document?

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

Aidan: I'll be back soon.

Greenlee: You better be.

Man (to Jake): If I die, you will be executed.

Adam (to Dixie): You're not going to spook me again.

Krystal (to Tad and J.R.): Who is he talking to?

Adam: Dixie.

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