AMC Transcript Wednesday 5/7/08

All My Children Transcript Wednesday 5/7/08


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Greenlee: I just spent the last two hours trying on wedding dresses for a wedding that may not happen because of you.

Zach: Wine?

Greenlee: I'm not whining.

Zach: I'm offering you a glass of wine. Would you like some wine?

Greenlee: Oh, yeah. Red. Thanks.

Zach: I get it. I know you're worried.

Greenlee: You ever think back to the good old days when we were buried alive?

Zach: All the time.

Treena: Trust me.

Babe: Richie and that hooker? How do they know each other? Hey, hey, are you busy? Good, good. Listen, there's something I need to take care of. I need your help.

Opal: You think your house is what?

Adam: Haunted.

Opal: Oh, you really are funny.

Adam: No, no, blast it, woman. There is a ghost in this house. A real live -- dead ghost.

Opal: Not that I believe you, but what would you expect me to do?

Adam: Well, you're the expert on this hocus pocus nonsense. Make it go away.

Opal: Oh, this is a first. Adam Chandler asking for my help.

Adam: What, are you going to keep yammering or are you going to help me?

Opal: All right. All right, let's find out what this ghost wants.

Joe: Look at that smile. She's a charmer.

Angie: Ah, sorry I'm late -- shopping.

Julia: Ooh, as in wedding?

Angie: As in wedding dress of my dreams.

Tad: Come on, Jesse. You can do it. Dixie, if you can hear me, help.

Hazel: Thank you so much for running those thugs out of here.

Jesse: Just glad I was here. You sure you're ok?

Hazel: Oh, I'm fine. Thanks to you. Anything else I can get for you?

Jesse: Let's see, maybe something salty. And if you got the time, a little information?

Hazel: Nuts we got -- information, not so much.

Tad: She's got to trust you. Got to. We're so close to finding Kate. I know we are. I can feel it.

Colby: I totally, totally whooped your butt, Hubbard. Admit it.

Frankie: Are we done with this conversation, Colby?

Colby: As soon as you admit that I rocked that bowling alley.

J.R.: Oh, what are you doing here, Colby?

Colby: Helping this poor gutter-balling loser hobble back to his job.

Frankie: Well, how about you let me examine your brother in peace?

Colby: I'll just grab a soda. Throwing all those strikes works up a thirst.

J.R.: She can be a real pain, if you know what I mean.

Frankie: Yeah. How are you feeling?

J.R.: Pretty good.

Frankie: Any flare-ups, fevers, weaknesses?

J.R.: No, not as yet, no.

Frankie: Good. And what about the rest of it? Any idea who kidnapped you, drugged you, tagged you with hepatitis?

J.R.: No, but believe me, I'm not gonna stop until I take them down.

Zach: You saved my life, you know.

Greenlee: Oh, come on. I was a pain in the ass. I was claustrophobic and complaining.

Zach: Yes, all of that, but before that.

Greenlee: Before I was a pain in the ass?

Zach: Yeah. Someone ran me down and left me there to die. And who showed up?

Greenlee: Your guardian angel.

Zach: Uh-huh. You didn't have to do that. You didn't have to pick me up and carry me off.

Greenlee: Into a rabbit hole.

Zach: There is that.

Greenlee: You know, it occurred to me to leave you there. I mean, you weren't exactly my favorite person in the world.

Zach: Things change, don't they?

Greenlee: It's funny how fate works. I mean, if I hadn't been on the run after Kendall set me up with those bogus kidnapping charges --

Zach: You wouldn't have been on that road.

Greenlee: And you wouldn't be here keeping my mind preoccupied while I'm freaking out.

Zach: It's my pleasure.

Greenlee: So let's keep talking. Not about Aidan. Do you ever think about the person who would hit you and seal you up in a bomb shelter, leave us there to die?

Zach: All the time.

Richie: I get that you're no scholar, but I thought you were bright enough not to try to blackmail me or go to J.R.

Treena: Hey, you set him up.

Richie: Treena, baby, come on, you're the one who made it work. You and J.R. in that bed. That was just so convincing.

Treena: The ex and her mama went bat guano when they saw us. I wish I had a camera. Hey, after I soak Chandler, I'll be able to buy me one of those platinum digital babies.

Richie: Going to Chandler is a mistake. You should rethink it.

Treena: Honey, you're hot, but if you don't have the money to give me what I want --

Richie: Maybe I don't, but there are plenty of ways for us to get what we want. And I always get what I want.

First bouncer: Is there a problem, pal?

Tad: Oh, no, no, not at all. I -- excuse me, I just stepped outside for a minute, because I can't get a signal on the damn thing.

Jesse: I'm looking for a girl.

Hazel: I don't run that kind of joint, honey.

Jesse: Of course, I know that. It's obvious you're good people.

Hazel: I try.

Jesse: I have a confession to make.

Hazel: Hmm, sounds like cause for another round.

Jesse: I know who you are.

Hazel: What do you mean?

Jesse: I know that you used to help people -- people that want babies.

Hazel: You know what? That was a long time ago.

Jesse: No, you did it, because you care. You wanted to help people. Give them a child.

Hazel: You know what? I think you better go.

Jesse: No, just hear me out, ok? My wife -- she was young, she was not married, she had a little baby girl, and she gave her up for adoption. It was the right -- well, actually, it was the only decision she could make at the time. It still haunts her at night. Every day she wonders where that little girl is. Is she healthy? Is she happy, safe?

Hazel: Then you know what? There are agencies that help parents and adoptees find each other.

Jesse: No, I've been down that road. I got nothing. Somebody gave me your name.

Hazel: Who?

Jesse: Some secretary. She said you used to be in the business. That you could probably hook me up with some answers. And I know it's a lot to ask, but please -- please, I'm doing this for my wife. Can you help me?

Angie: So you're really taking Kathy and leaving Pine Valley?

Julia: I've been offered a job in Perth.

Angie: Australia?

Joe: And not just any job -- head nurse at a very prestigious facility.

Angie: Oh, sweetie, that is wonderful.

Joe: Yes, that's what I said. I spent the next half hour trying to get her to change her mind.

Angie: Yeah, would another half hour of talking change your mind?

Julia: I've thought about it for a long time. It's not an easy decision, taking Kathy away from her friends and her home, but I think it could be a great opportunity for both of us. Just a brand new life. A fresh start.

Angie: Well, there's a lot to be said for fresh starts.

[Julia laughs]

Angie: But I'm sure going to miss you. I'm going to miss you.

Joe: We all are. Pine Valley's not going to be the same without you and Kathy.

Adam: I don't know who or what this ghost really wants, but you just do whatever it is you do to get rid of evil spirits.

Opal: Well, first of all, how do we know that the spirit is evil?

Adam: Oh, trust me, it's as evil as they come.

Opal: Well, you would be an expert on evil. What? Did the ghost goose you?

Adam: Oh, come on. Blast it, woman, get on with it.

Opal: Well, first of all, we have got to do some background work. Tell me, what has the ghost done?

Adam: Well, he took all the buttons off my shirt while I was asleep, threw a glass of whiskey all the way across the room, had the lights flicker, made the fire flare up. And made music when the power was already off.

Opal: Hmm, feisty. So tell me, has this spirit manifested itself to anyone besides you?

Adam: Not yet, no.

Opal: What is it? Is it here now? Do you feel something?

Adam: No, no, nothing -- nothing. I think I'm just over-imagining things. Let me let you out.

Opal: But what about the evil spirit that's got you so worked up?

Adam: Well, obviously I'm wrong. There's no such thing as ghosts, right?

Dixie: Then what does that make me? You can't be surprised to see me again.

Opal: Adam, what is it?

Adam: Can't you see she's standing right there? Don't you have eyes?

Opal: 20/20, and there is nothing there. There's no she, he, or otherwise.

Adam: What kind of a ghostbuster can you be if you can't see the ghost?

Opal: Well, maybe there isn't a ghost.

Dixie: Poor Adam. Isn't it terrible when nobody believes you?

[Makes honking noise]

Adam: Opal, just please, do something.

Opal: I'm going to hide the booze. That's what I'm going to do.

Adam: You mean you can't see anything?

Opal: All I see is a flesh and blood lunatic.

Adam: There she is -- right there. Right there. There.

[Dixie laughs]

Adam: There. Blast! Are you in on this with her?

Opal: Her who, Adam? Sit -- sit down. Who is it? Now, maybe we can make some progress here if I knew who we were dealing with, what this poor soul wants.

Dixie: Tell her, Adam. Tell her what I want. I want my little girl to know her father.

Adam: I have no idea who she is or what she wants. I just know that I want her gone.

Opal: Something is telling you something, Adam. Are you hearing voices?

Dixie: Don't you think Opal wants to know her little granddaughter?

Adam: Shut the hell up!

Opal: I beg your pardon.

Adam: You know about ghosts and souls and things, and spirits. Do something.

Babe: I have to do something.

Krystal: Are you sure it's the same woman we found with J.R.?

Babe: As if I could forget, Mama?

Krystal: And Richie's with her now?

Babe: Yes. J.R. was right. Richie set him up, drugged him, and put him in bed with that hooker.

Krystal: All to turn you against him. I mean, that's just twisted.

Babe: And you believed him all along. And instead, I slammed him for drinking and sleeping with that woman, and risking Little A's health. I owe him big time.

Krystal: I'm with you, Babe. I just want you to be careful here.

Babe: Ok.

Richie: Ok, so I will pay you some now, some a little later.

Treena: I want it all up front or I tell J.R. you siphoned his bone marrow.

Richie: Will you be reasonable, please?

Treena: Pay me now or --

Richie: Or what? What are you going to do?

Babe: Smile. So, Richie, you going to introduce me to your friend here?

Richie: I don't know this woman.

Babe: Oh, shut up! You know what? J.R. was right all along. You and this slut set him up.

Zach: I've gone over this a thousand times in my mind.

Greenlee: Yeah. At first, everyone thought it was J.R.

Zach: Yeah, it was his car -- a picture of him, Babe, and his son at the scene.

Greenlee: It all made sense.

Zach: But it wasn't J.R.

Greenlee: Kind of eats away at you, doesn't it? The not knowing?

Zach: But one day I will know, and then it's all going to stop.

Richie: What are you talking about, setting J.R. up?

Babe: Richie, I recognize her. And by the way, you are so going down.

Richie: Babe, I don't know this woman.

Babe: Oh, please -- please.

Richie: I don't. I just came out here for a walk and some exercise.

Babe: Yeah, right, Richie.

Richie: Babe, she hit on me. God's truth, I do not know this woman.

Treena: Same here.

Babe: Well, then, if you're such a stranger, why are you still here?

Treena: I'm gone.

Richie: Look, Babe --

Babe: I should've listened to J.R. I mean, it all makes sense now. You hate him, so you set him up. You arranged it so Mama and I would find him in that hotel room. I mean, how low will you go, Richie?

Richie: I've gone pretty low in my day, and I didn't do this.

Babe: Did you actually think that you were going to blow J.R. and me to hell, and I was just going to come running back into your arms?

Richie: Well, the you in my arms part sounds great to me, but --

Babe: Why should I believe you now? You have an awful track record with telling the truth.

Richie: I know I do.

Babe: And you definitely don't like J.R.

Richie: No, I don't. That's right. But I care for you. I care for you a lot, and that's why I couldn't do anything to upset you. That's why I can't hurt J.R. because that hurts you.

J.R.: So do I get the clean bill of health?

Frankie: Looking good. We'll do some more blood work in about three weeks.

J.R.: All right, sounds good to me. So, you and Colby been bowling a lot lately?

Frankie: Once was enough.

J.R.: If it was up to her, I think she'd want to be bowling on a more regular basis with you.

Frankie: Colby's smart, funny, sweet. But look, trust me, I have zero interest in hooking up with your little sister.

J.R.: Good -- no offense.

Frankie: None taken. I'd feel the same way if somebody was trying to spend time with Cass. Colby makes me laugh and she's got a lot of brainpower, but every time she calls me out for being a jerk, it's like she's another little sister.

Colby: Huh!

Adam: Get that demon out of my house.

Opal: If it's anything, it's a spirit, Adam, a lost soul. It's not a demon.

Adam: Hah! Shows what you know.

Opal: Lucky for you, I never travel anywhere without my gridstones.

Dixie: You really think those will get rid of me?

Adam: You're going to throw rocks at a ghost?

Opal: Well, I would use my dowsing rods, but they're too big to carry everywhere with me.

Adam: Maybe this wasn't such a good idea after all.

Opal: Yeah, well, I'm not into these newfangled infrared electromagnetic doodads. No, just my stones and my psychic powers are all I need.

Dixie: You're in good hands.

Adam: Shut up.

Opal: I beg your pardon.

Adam: Not you, her.

Opal: With these stones, I'll create an energy grid. This enables me to call in the spirit to locate the spirit to corral it in.

Adam: The damn spirit is right here.

Dixie: The damn spirit thinks Opal is an adorable as ever.

Adam: Yeah, well, go haunt her, damn it.

Opal: Adam, the first rule in dealing with an astral body is kindness. We want to make them feel comfortable, so that we can send them back to the light.

Adam: She picked up a rock.

Opal: Where? Where? Where? Where is it?

Adam: She put it back down.

Opal: Oh, this is impossible. This is just impossible. I am done.

Adam: Done doing what?

Opal: I am picking up my rocks, and I am going home. I cannot work like this. Your anger is just obstructing all of the vibrations. My recommendation for you is that if there is a spirit, that you better start praying to whoever it is you pray to, because this must be one heck of a ghost to take on the likes of you.

[Door slams]

Adam: You satisfied?

[Dixie laughs]

Adam: Stop laughing.

Dixie: Oh, I love Opal. But it'll take more than pretty rocks to scare me away.

Adam: Why didn't she see you?

Dixie: Maybe because I didn't want her to.

Adam: Ah, great. I'm sure Opal's pulling up a stool at The Comeback right now, telling everybody that I'm even loonier than she is.

Dixie: Hmm, next thing you know, you'll be railroaded into Oak Haven. Hey, maybe you'll get lucky, and they'll remember you from when you dumped me there. Ah, good times, huh? Thank goodness Tad saved me.

Tad: Come on, Jesse, work your mojo.

Jesse: So, will you help me?

Hazel: Like I said, my days in the baby business are over.

Jesse: Come on, Hazel. Think about it. If you had a little girl, you gave her up for adoption, because you loved her so much, that love doesn't go away just because you had to do what you had to do, right?

[Hazel sighs]

Jesse: You would still wonder. Wouldn't you worry? Want to know -- is she happy? Is she safe? Is she healthy? Come on, I'm just asking for a little help. Just a little help.

Hazel: Maybe there is something I can do.

Tad: I'm waiting for somebody.

Hazel: You? What are you doing here? Do you two know each other? What the hell is going on?

Tad: Hazel, how's it going?

Hazel: Johnny Appleseed.

Tad: Yeah, I, uh -- I never did get around to making that contribution.

Hazel: You know what? Could you escort these two gentlemen out of here, please?

Tad: For old times sake, five minutes.

Hazel: You know what? We're not friends, and I don't appreciate you sending your buddy in here trying to play me.

Tad: I didn't really have much of a choice. You would have thrown me out of here.

Hazel: And you know what? Now I'm going to throw both of you out. All that sweet talk, the big save from the thugs. I should have known I was being set up.

Jesse: We're just trying to find the man's little girl.

Hazel: And I wish you luck, but there is nothing I can do. That past died with Dr. Madden. I have gotten on with my life.

Tad: Well, I haven't. I can't. Because my little girl, my Kate, is still out there somewhere.

Hazel: And there's nothing I can do about it.

Tad: I don't believe that, or I wouldn't be here. Hazel, I'm begging you. By now, Kate's nearly six years old. I've been looking for her the entire time. Six years old. I've never seen her, I've never held her, I've never told her I love her. And she's been with me the entire time, because not a day goes by, not an hour, when I don't think about her. You want to talk about loving somebody? My wife used to buy Christmas presents, birthday presents, in hopes of one day we'd be able to give them to her. And now Dixie's never going to get that chance, because she passed away about a year and a half ago.

Hazel: I am sorry.

Tad: But when she died, I held her in my arms, and I told her, I promised her, how I'd find our daughter, and I would bring her home. And that's exactly what I intend to do. Your old boss has made that very difficult. I am nowhere without you. I'll do anything. Just help me find her. You are the only person on this earth who could give my wife a little peace.

Dixie: You want to get rid of me so badly, it's not that hard.

Adam: Well, maybe she should have thrown the rocks at your head.

Dixie: All you have to do, when the time is right, is tell Tad you know where Kate is.

Adam: Really. The time will never be right for that.

Dixie: Three little words, Adam, that's all it would take. Look at Tad and say, "Kathy is Kate."

Adam: You want Tad to know the truth so damn badly, why don't you go tell him yourself? He'd love that. He'd love to see you.

Dixie: Well, as I have told you, I cannot do that. I cannot see Tad. It's one of the rules of the afterlife.

Adam: Rules? I thought everything out there was clouds and harps.

Dixie: No, I cannot directly intervene. All I can do is try to encourage those who are involved to do the right thing.

Adam: Yes, so I am the one that gets to do the dirty work for you.

Dixie: You'd be reuniting a father and child.

Adam: For Tad Martin -- no. No, not after what he's done to me, not after what he has taken from me. So you find some other patsy to lead him back to his daughter.

Dixie: Well, I could. But, Adam, I'm doing this to save you, too.

Colby: You suck, both of you.

J.R.: Will you just chill out for a second? I was just --

Colby: Checking up on me? Total humiliation.

Frankie: Colby, I'm sorry I hurt your feelings.

Colby: No big deal.

Frankie: No, it is. I hurt you, and I didn't mean to.

Colby: I'm just so tired of you acting like I'm a child. I'm the best volunteer in this hospital. I'm top of my class. I survived a shootout.

Frankie: And you were amazing. You were smart, you were brave.

Colby: You still think I'm a kid.

Frankie: And you just wiped the floor with me at the bowling alley. And all my male patients think you're hot.

Colby: They do?

Frankie: Yeah. Haven't you noticed I can barely take the pressure of Mr. Williams when you're in the room? The guy skyrockets.

Colby: You're a jerk. And don't even think about talking about me behind my back, no matter how hot I am.

Frankie: Oh.

J.R.: Props, man.

Babe: Let me ask you this, Richie. How did you manage to find the only hooker that strolls near the playground?

Richie: She found me. Just lucky, I guess. Oh, come on, you believe me, don't you?

Babe: It's a pretty crazy story.

Richie: Yeah, but you know I'd never lie to you, so --

Babe: So, Richie, how you feeling?

Richie: I'm good. Yeah, I'm better, I'm stronger. Opal's been feeding me non-stop, but maybe you could do me a favor and tell her to lay off the wheatgrass shots two times a day?

Babe: I think you're on your own there.

Richie: So, uh, are we good?

Babe: Yeah, I guess I just -- I guess I jumped to conclusions.

Richie: That's ok. I mean, it's a bunch of crazy coincidences. It makes sense that you would go there. I've got to go, so -- I'll see you again soon?

Babe: Absolutely.

Krystal: Well, I hope your mother has learned some restraint.

Babe: Hey, guys, did you guys have fun while Mama was gone?

Krystal: Yeah, we sure did. How about you?

Babe: You know what? I'll be right back. You still here?

Treena: Sucks to be you, huh?

Babe: Excuse me?

Treena: Hey, don't blame me because your ex-husband needed a little booty call. When your face -- when you found us in bed --

[Babe drops Treena with one punch to the face]

Babe: Wasn't nearly as good as the look on your face right now.

Greenlee: We've come full circle. I saved your sorry butt, now you're saving mine.

Zach: Mm-hmm.

Greenlee: I really would have gone crazy alone in that hellhole.

Zach: Well, patience is not one of your virtues, is it?

Greenlee: Oh, you've noticed. And now here we are again, waiting. Shouldn't Aidan have called in or something? Shouldn't he be there by now?

Zach: Come with me. I want to show you something.

Greenlee: What? It's a computer.

Zach: It's a monitor.

Greenlee: What are you going to be monitoring?

Zach: Well, hopefully, the man you're going to marry.

Greenlee: You're kidding me. We're going to be able to see him?

Zach: No, but you'll see his position on the map.

Greenlee: That's good. That's -- that's really good. Do you think he's going to be ok? No, you know what, don't answer that. You once said you don't make promises you can't keep.

Angie: You know, we really are going to miss you, and not just here at the hospital.

Julia: I know. I'm going to miss you, too. This place -- Pine Valley is home. But ever since Jamie and I -- you know, I've just kind of locked myself into a routine, and I've stopped thinking beyond one foot in front of the other, and I want more than that. For Kathy, too. I think she deserves all the love she can get.

Angie: Then that's what I'll pray for.

Julia: Oh, good, because you are a woman who gets her prayers answered.

Angie: I have my family back again. You know, I'd forgotten what it was like -- that buzz, that hum of living. You know, people laughing and yelling, hogging the bathroom, fighting over the remote, saying grace over dinner. You know, you -- you feel it. You're safe, you're loved, and what I have with my children and Jesse -- I want that for you and Kathy.

Jesse: Hazel, come on. All the man wants to know is how to find his little daughter.

Tad: Anything you can tell us, anything at all.

Hazel: I don't know where she is.

Jesse: But you know something.

Hazel: I don't.

Jesse: 20 years as a cop screams you do.

Hazel: You're a policeman?

Jesse: You've had it really nice up to now, Hazel. You're able to dump your little nasty past in a little box and move on. Open up this lovely little bar. Liquor license current?

Hazel: Of course.

Jesse: Mm, yeah. So you serve your customers, you smile at your customers, and you think you're free? But you're holding out on something I need. You're not free, because now you got me. All right? You can change your name, sell your bar -- I will hunt you down, all right? Take a day, week, month, year -- I don't care. Until you find the decency to help this man find his daughter.

Dixie: If you reunite Tad with Kate --

Adam: You think I'll get a big star, a gold star, from the big guy? No, I'll pass. I'll pass. If you're waiting for me to get struck with lightning, I don't think that's going to happen, because a pile of ashes -- I wouldn't be able to help Tad at all. So I think I'm pretty safe.

Dixie: You could just save your soul.

Adam: You don't give a damn about my soul.

Dixie: But you should.

Adam: Is this where you start the lights flickering, and all sorts of things happen? Maybe the furniture starts moving around? You should get some new tricks, Dixie, because I sure as hell can take care of anything you throw at me.

Babe: You know, all this time I have been so harsh with J.R., Mama. I blew him off, and I treated him like hell. You know what? I've got to find J.R right now, and I've got to tell him that I know the truth.

J.R.: You're not still ticked off at me, are you?

Colby: It's a constant challenge not to be.

J.R.: But you still love me.

Colby: Maybe.

J.R.: How's Dad doing?

Colby: Still sketchy. Did he really eat paper?

J.R.: Yeah. Look, we're going to watch him, though.

Colby: I'm so glad you moved home.

J.R.: You see? You still need your big brother.

Colby: As if.

J.R.: Well, whether or not you need me, I'm always going to have your back.

Frankie: Do I not have the smartest, most beautiful mother in the world.

Julia: Well, yes, you do.

Angie: That charm? From his father's side.

Julia: Hey, guys, excuse me.

Frankie: Oh, what do we have here? What's this?

Angie: None of your business, that's what it is.

Julia: Hey, Joe, you got a minute?

Joe: Only if it means you're staying.

Julia: Actually, I wanted to talk to you about some possible replacements, if you're interested.

Joe: Well, maybe we could do that tomorrow, ok?

Julia: Oh, yeah. Are you ok?

Joe: Oh, I'm sorry, I'm sorry. It's -- my mind is someplace else. It's in Africa, actually.

Julia: What is it?

Joe: It's Jake, it's Jake. I'm using to having him e-mail us every week, at least. And, you know, we made an agreement, and he's never broken that.

Julia: Until now?

Joe: Yeah. Yeah, he's -- you know, he's two weeks overdue.

Julia: Well, maybe he can't get a signal. Or maybe there's no electricity, or maybe his batteries are dead.

Joe: Yeah, you're probably right.

Julia: Oh, but you're still going to worry.

Joe: That's what parents do.

Dixie: You are playing with people's lives. Doesn't that scare you?

Adam: Oh, Opal terrified me, but I got over it.

Dixie: You could lose your soul.

Adam: Oh, celestial threats.

Dixie: Fine. You don't believe me? Maybe you'll believe your own eyes. Why don't you look in that mirror?

Adam: What, have you got another harebrained trick to show me?

Dixie: Just look in the mirror, Adam. You'll see your future.

Adam: My future involves a good night's sleep. Good riddance. All right, fine. Everybody watching? I'm doing this for you, not for me.

[Adam sees himself burning up in the mirror]

Dixie's voice: Time's running out, Adam. It's your choice.

Tad: Look, anything you can remember, no matter how small, no matter how insignificant you think it is, just tell us.

Hazel: Ok, look. I don't know much, I swear. But what I do know is that Dr. Madden took your daughter to New Mexico.

Tad: Ok. Have you got a city, maybe the dates, a name?

Hazel: That is all I know.

Tad: Please, please, Hazel, there's got to be something else.

Jesse: Look, if this is not all you know, I'll be back. And maybe not so nice next time.

Tad: New Mexico. She's in New Mexico. Good on you, baby, good on you.

Jesse: We hope, we hope.

Tad: So, just do me a favor, all right? Just tell me this is happening, this is real. We're going to find my daughter.

Jesse: We're going to find your daughter. Let's go, man. Get out of here.

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

Warren: Warren Buffett here.

Opal: This is Opal. Do you remember me, Mr. Buffett?

Rebel Leader: Will they save you, or will we have to kill you?

Aidan: Tell Greenlee that I love her.

Greenlee: Aidan, no.

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