AMC Transcript Tuesday 5/13/08

All My Children Transcript Tuesday 5/13/08

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Woman's voice: Dr. Morris, dial 118, please. Dr. Morris, please dial 118.

Jake: Oh, for God's sake, could I just be left alone and get some sleep?

Greenlee: Oh, my gosh, they gave you a rudeness transplant.

Jake: Smythe.

Greenlee: Martin. Things you'll do to get a girl's attention.

Ryan: Hey, I'm sorry that I was gone for so long, all right? But it was for a really, really good cause.

Annie: It always is.

Ryan: Look, it was my idea to back the relief effort, so I felt a little bit responsible, and - anyway, the point is Aidan's home, he's ok... I mean, you should have seen Greenlee.

Annie: I'll pass. Thanks.

Ryan: Are you ok?

Annie: I'm fine.

Ryan: Well, I bet I can jack that "fine" up a few levels. I got a surprise for you.

Tad: Hey!

Krystal: Surprise.

Tad: To what do I owe this honor?

Krystal: Oh, come on, now. Can't a wife just come and visit her husband at the office?

Tad: [Laughs]

Krystal: Ok. Ok, I came to see how you were.

Tad: Yeah, I figured as much. I keep telling you there are more people for you to worry about in this town than just me.

Krystal: Starting with --

Tad: Starting with my ridiculously stubborn little brother, for one.

Krystal: You mean there is another ridiculously stubborn person in your family?

Tad: You know what I am talking about. It wouldn't kill him to spend one night in the hospital. I would think he'd have the grace to at least say "Yes" to Dad.

Krystal: Hmm, let's see. Who does that sound like? When you want something, you move heaven and earth.

Tad: I'm not saying he doesn't come by it honestly, I am saying that Angela should have put him in restraints. Speaking of which, I wanted to call you about something. You're the pervert in this family. Can you get restraints online? What was that for?

Krystal: Just a reminder of how lucky I am to have you in my life.

Tad: Seriously. Why did you come down here? What is it?

Krystal: Kate.

J.R.: Hey, how's my main man? Come here.

Babe: How's Adam doing?

J.R.: Oh, I don't know. He left today. Didn't tell anybody where he was going. Left me to close this deal.

Babe: Are you sure you're still good with Little A today?

J.R.: Yeah, you kidding me? I wouldn't miss it for the world. Not for the world.

Babe: Thank you, again, for my Mother's Day flowers. That was very sweet.

J.R.: Ah, yeah.

Babe: J.R., are you ok?

J.R.: It's just Mother's Day, you know?

Babe: You're missing Dixie, huh?

J.R.: More than ever. 

Krystal: Um, any news on Kate?

Tad: You kidding? Look around. I'm choking on follow-ups ever since Jesse and I tracked down Nurse Hazel. I've even compiled a list of all the adoption agencies in New Mexico that were open for business five or six years ago.

Krystal: It's a pretty big list there.

Tad: Sure is.

Krystal: Any hits?

Tad: Not yet, but I'm on a roll. I've been making phone calls all morning.

Krystal: Well, do you need a hand?

Tad: No. It's ok.

Krystal: Tad, honey, you don't have to do this by yourself.

Tad: I know. But I want to. And don't get me wrong, honey, really. It's just that I feel like I'm so close. I mean, the fact is, I am. This is the closest I've ever been for years, actually, finding my daughter.

Krystal: From your lips to God's ears.

Tad: It's not just that. I mean, for some reason I just can't shake, I -- I feel like Dixie is with me. I feel like she's behind me, somehow, showing me the way.

Krystal: Well, I don't doubt that one bit, honey. There are crazier things in this world.

Tad: It's not crazy. And even if it is, I don't care. This is real, and I feel it. I'm so close to meeting my daughter for the first time. Hey, you said you -- you said you wanted to mention something about Kate. What was it?

Krystal: Well, we just -- we haven't talked about what happens next.

Tad: What do you mean?

Krystal: What do you do when you find Kate?

J.R.: I got some more flowers to put on my mom's grave, but I just --

Babe: You couldn't go?

J.R.: No, I don't know. It just didn't feel right this time for some reason.

Babe: Look, do you want me to take them?

J.R.: No. No, don't. I'll get around there maybe.

Babe: Listen, J.R., I know you haven't really said anything about me seeing Richie with that hooker.

J.R.: Well, I knew I was drugged and kidnapped. What's there to say?

Babe: But I really didn't believe it until I actually saw them together.

J.R.: Yeah. Well, we know Novak was behind it now. Won't you trust me again?

Babe: I guess I just expected you to be a little more --

J.R.: Pissed.

Babe: Yeah. And ready to tear him to pieces.

J.R.: Look, I just got so much going on with my dad right now.

Babe: Is there anything I can do?

[J.R. sighs]

J.R.: This helps. You being here helps. Being with our son helps. You believing me.

Babe: I'm sorry that I doubted you again.

J.R.: Yeah. Life's too short. It's ok.

Babe: It's just -- I got so crazed when I saw you with that --

J.R.: You can say it.

Babe: That conspiring slut of a woman.

J.R.: Look, I would be disappointed if you didn't flip out about it.

Babe: Well, mission accomplished then.

J.R.: Novak knew exactly what stunt to pull to get to you.

Babe: If Richie's plan was to drive me into his arms, he failed miserably.

[Music playing at The Comeback]

Richie: Don't get comfortable. You're not going to stay.

Treena: Isn't it a little early for cocktails?

Richie: Since when did the morals police recruit hookers?

Treena: Funny.

Richie: Look, Babe and Krystal aren't supposed to be here until later, so let's get this over with. I'm not in the habit of hanging out with hookers.

Treena: Unless you're hiring them to set up J.R. Chandler. Now, hand the envelope over.

Richie: You got your money. Now, go.

Jake: So, did you come to fluff my pillows?

Greenlee: Do I look like a pillow-fluffer? I came to make sure you're ok.

Jake: Hmm. Well, you did it.

Greenlee: Aidan told me about, you know, what happened to you guys over there.

Jake: What, the whole prisoner-captive-save-me thing? Well, he saved my life, he's a good guy, he's a keeper.

Greenlee: I think so.

Jake: You in love with him?

Greenlee: Probably more than any man I've ever known. Sorry.

Jake: Don't be. You look happy.

Greenlee: I am.

Jake: Well then, I'm happy for you.

Greenlee: And you?

Jake: Me, I'm just trying to get home. And by "home," I mean Africa.

Greenlee: That's all?

Jake: Well, I was just a hostage. There's that.

Greenlee: No, I know you too well. There's more to it than that. Come on, Martin. What's really going on?

Annie: What's that smell?

Ryan: It's jet fuel.

Annie: Liar.

Ryan: Ok, go ahead. Take off your blindfold.

Annie: Ryan, I'm really not in the mood for games --

Ryan: So what do you think?

Annie: Wow. Um, it's perfect. But why?

Ryan: Well, I know it's a day late and everything, but happy anniversary.

Annie: How did you --

Ryan: Remember?

Annie: "Remember" is kind of a loaded word these days.

Ryan: Yeah. And I didn't. I didn't, you know, remember. So you know, I saw the date in the photo album, and I knew this place was -- is very special to us.

Annie: It is. It was here.

Ryan: Yeah, I know. Where we first --

Annie: Made love.

Ryan: Of all things to forget. Sorry. I'm sorry.

Annie: I know you are.

Ryan: Look, the point is I made the last couple of months a complete nightmare for you, and I'm trying to make up for it. And I am. I am really trying.

Annie: I know you are, Ryan. I just wish you didn't have to try so hard.

Ryan: Look, I know this isn't exactly the way that you would want it to be, but can we at least try to enjoy the day? Please? Pretty please? All right, so, there you go. To our anniversary. Hopefully, this will be one of many, many, many.

Annie: I'm sorry, Ryan, I can't do this.

Ryan: Ok, look. I know this is a little bit weird.

Annie: It's not just weird. I don't want to pretend.

Ryan: All right, I get it. I completely, I totally get it. You know? Maybe this was all just a little bit too much.

Annie: I saw you last night. I was working late, and I was trying to forget what a terrible day it was, but I couldn't. So, Amanda told me to put on this dress. Don't ask. And she told me to go surprise you, and show you what you were missing. But, hell, you weren't really missing anything, because you were having a grand old time with Kendall, and Greenlee, and Aidan, and Zach. Tell me, Ryan, does it ever bother you being the fifth wheel?

Jake: There is nothing wrong with me! Whatever happened to listening to the patient?

Greenlee: Yeah, because all these monitors and tubes are screaming, "Look at me. I'm so healthy."

Jake: My white count is a little low, my heartbeat is irregular, but it's nothing that a burger and a brew wouldn't cure.

Greenlee: I think you've had one too many I.V. cocktails.

Jake: No, this is a story about a doctor who is on a power trip. Dr. Angie Hubbard! Now, she's drunk with the power, and she's a pain in my whatsee.

Greenlee: Angie is a great doc --

Jake: Angie is overbearing, and she's overcautious, and I don't know how she got a job at this hospital.

Greenlee: Stop. Angie saved my life.

Jake: Did I mention that I really like her and I want to send her a "thank you" card?

Greenlee: If she tells you that you need to rest and recuperate, then that's what you need to do.

Jake: Listen to you. Who's the M.D. In this room? You or me? That's what I thought.

Greenlee: Your family worries about you.

Jake: They'll get over it.

Greenlee: Your friends, too. Me included.

Jake: Smythe. Greenlee Smythe. Soon to be Devane. You worry about me, huh?

Greenlee: We all do. So, why won't you let us?

Babe: All right, my little man. You be a good boy. You listen to your daddy today, ok?

Little Adam: Ok.

Babe: Call me if you need anything.

J.R.: No worries. Babe?

Babe: Yeah

J.R.: Thanks.

Babe: You're stuck with me, I guess.

[Little Adam talks to his toys while Dixie looks on]

J.R.: So, what are we going to do today? Huh?

Little Adam: Roll a ball.

J.R.: Who's this guy? Is he a little worn out? Maybe a couple of trips through the jungle? Huh?

Little Adam: We're going to throw a ball today.

J.R.: Do you know what his name is? What's his name?

Little Adam: Alvin and the Chipmunks.

J.R.: Yeah? No, I don't think that's it. But, uh, maybe he doesn't speak English.

[Little Adam speaks gibberish]

J.R.: You know why? Because I am first an elephant! I am an elephant! Whoo! [J.R. laughs] I'm going to give you a zerbert. I'm going to give you a zerbert!

Little Adam: I don't want it!

[J.R. makes zerbert noise and laughs]

J.R.: Oh, my goodness. Are you getting bigger, or am I just getting older?

J.R.: You know? You, when I was your age, I used to have a stuffed giraffe. Did you know that? And his name was Cornelius. My mom used to tell me that he was a magic giraffe. He would keep away all the monsters and anything that scared me.

Little Adam: You mean those scary faces?

J.R.: Yeah, those, too. Yup. Cornelius and I, we were good buddies. My mom -- your grandma -- she was a smart woman.

[Dixie touches J.R.'s hair]

J.R.: I wonder what happened to him.

Little Adam: To who?

J.R.: Cornelius. I guess we all could use somebody to keep the monsters away. Sometimes.

Treena: What if this isn't enough?

Richie: It's plenty.

Treena: I don't know. What you did to that Chandler guy was pretty bad.

Richie: Our deal is done.

Treena: What if I made another deal? I bet that rich guy would give me an even better offer to know what you did to him.

Richie: This isn't a game show, honey. Don't mess with me.

Treena: Knowing you set him up, it's worth at least double this. That you took his bone marrow, that's worth an easy $100,000.

Richie: Now, why would you mess with a bad guy like me, huh?

Treena: Let me go. You're hurting me.

Richie: You don't know anything about pain.

Treena: Lay off!

Richie: Keep your voice down and listen. Now, you know what I took from J.R.? You want to wake up one morning and be missing more than just a little bone marrow? Keep it up. Now, your best bet is just to disappear.

Treena: Fine. Fine. You'll never see me again.

[Music playing]

[Telephone rings]

J.R.: Hey, can you just sit here and play, buddy? Daddy's gotta take this call, all right? Chandler. No, it's J.R. Chandler. What do you have?

Dixie: Hey, sweetheart. Why don't you give me that, sunshine, huh? Those can be dangerous. You don't want to swallow them. Oh! Got it? Oh! I got it. Oh, you are just such a good boy. Do you know who I am, do you remember me? Well, I love you very, very much. You know, you are so handsome. You are a real heartbreaker, just like your daddy. I can't always be here for you, but I will always love you. And always watch out for you. Ok, sunshine?

J.R.: No, my father is not here. Now, you're going to have to deal with me. If they have a problem with it, they have to contact me. Hey. What you looking at, buddy?

Krystal: You can't just bring her home. You know? She probably, in all likelihood, has a family. The only family she's ever known, you know? A mother and a father. And she probably has brothers and sisters. And grandparents, you know? She'll have a life with these people. And, hopefully, a good one.

Tad: I guess we're all just gonna have to work something out then.

Krystal: Well, you just -- you can't wait until you show up at her doorstep to think about all that.

Tad: Honey, what's your point? Do you want me to forget about her? Is that it? Is that your suggestion? I should just walk away from this after everything I've been through?

Krystal: No, of course not. But you cannot disrupt her world.

Tad: That's not my goal.

Krystal: Good. Good. I'm glad to hear that, Tad. Because, honey, you have to think about it from her point of view. I mean, she's probably made Mother's Day cards for her mother, you know, with little handprints and big hearts. "I love you, Mommy." You know, maybe her father, her daddy, takes her for walks --

Tad: Ok, I get it. I get it. I get it. I get it. But right now, you really have to forgive me if I don't want to sit here and start thinking about her having another daddy.

Krystal: That's just it, Tad. You've come so close to finding her. You have to think about that.

Ryan: Annie, the five of us were celebrating.

Annie: Right. You just weren't celebrating our anniversary.

Ryan: Why didn't you come over and join us?

Annie: I didn't come over because Greenlee was busy burying her face in your shoulder.

Ryan: Look, she was upset, ok? And then she was really relieved.

Annie: Right, and she couldn't get -- oh, I don't know -- Aidan to comfort her?

Ryan: She -- I mean, she did. Aidan had to go and take a phone call.

Annie: Right. So Greenlee couldn't wait for the love of her life to finish a phone call? She just needed a man's arms around her that second?

Ryan: Annie, that's not fair.

Annie: Don't talk to me about what's fair, Ryan. It was our anniversary. And Greenlee always finds some way to get a guy to offer up his shoulder. And you know what? Lately, that guy has been you.

Jake: I love my family, I know that they worry about me. I -- I appreciate it.

Greenlee: But?

Jake: But there are a lot of doctors that are not willing to go where I go.

Greenlee: You feel obligated to go back.

Jake: No, no, it's not an obligation or any kind of duty. It's more of an honor. It's an honor to go there, it's an honor to give. We're all going to come back this time next year.

Greenlee: We? You and your wife?

Jake: You have to forgive me. I get so tired of explaining myself.

Greenlee: Listen, you want to run off to some war-torn country, you go ahead. Just don't do it right away.

Jake: I don't get it. You just don't understand.

Greenlee: Give me a chance. You want to talk about it?

Jake: Trust me, you don't want to know.

Greenlee: Ok, fine. Then, um, how's your wife? Carolyn, right?

Jake: Yeah.

Greenlee: Well, have you been able to call her? Is she coming here?

Jake: She won't be coming here.

Greenlee: Well, where is she? Shouldn't she be sitting right here in my chair right now?

Jake: My wife and I aren't together anymore, all right?

Greenlee: Aidan's right.

Jake: Good for Aidan.

Greenlee: You are different. What the hell happened to you? Look, you're not the only one who's changed in the past few years. I can actually listen sometimes. I swear.

Jake: In the village that I work, there was a young woman who used to help out at the clinic -- 18, maybe 19 years old. And, um -- maybe she had a year or two of education because it was very dangerous to go to school. Anyway, she had three kids.

Greenlee: Three? At 18? Where is the father?

Jake: Died of AIDS. But you never heard her complain, never once. But what she would do is, she'd come down to the clinic every day and she'd help all the other children and all the other women. She was incredibly bright. She would pick up things faster than any of my med students.

Greenlee: What happened to her?

Jake: These rebel fighters rolled into town -- into the village. It was chaos. It was screaming, and yelling, and babies crying, gunshots, fathers trying to protect their families, little boys trying to protect their sisters. And then she was shot, blocking the entrance to the clinic trying to protect the patients.

Greenlee: And you.

Jake: Yeah, and me.

Ryan: Hold on -- hold on a second. Hold on, Annie. You're completely and totally misunderstanding here.

Annie: Am I?

Ryan: Yes, Greenlee is getting married.

Annie: Yeah, and you already are married.

Ryan: Yes, I -- that's my point. She's happy with Aidan, ok? Look, I want both of us to be part of their lives, and I want both of them to be part of ours.

Annie: I don't think you know what you want, Ryan. That's the problem.

Ryan: Well, then help me figure it out, Annie. Help me. Help me help us start over again.

Annie: I don't want to start over. When you forgot about your life, Ryan, you took mine with it -- a life that I was happy with, that I had worked at. You took it, ok? So, I'm glad that Kendall and Zach and Aidan and Greenlee and you are all so happy. At least somebody is, you know? And happy damn anniversary.

Tad: I don't think I'm going to stand here and let you pour cold water over this thing. So, I'll make you a deal. You let me find my daughter and I promise you, I'll find a way to work it out.

Krystal: Whoa, whoa, whoa.

Tad: No, no, that's it.

Krystal: Whoa, I'm on your side here, Tad.

Tad: Well, it certainly doesn't feel that way.

Krystal: I'm thinking about your feelings, but it's not just about your feelings. I'm thinking about the feelings of that little girl.

Tad: No, no, not "that" little girl, ok? Not "that" little girl, "my" little girl. Ok. Maybe you got a point. I admit it. I've been so obsessed about finding her, I haven't stopped to think about anything else.

Krystal: That's what I'm saying, Tad, and I know you, honey. I know you. You're not going to be satisfied with just knowing that she's happy and healthy.

Tad: Why should I be? Of course, I want more than that.

[Krystal sighs]

Krystal: Ok. What do you want?

Tad: What do I want? She's my daughter. I want her to be a part of my life. Are you telling me that that's wrong? Hey, she was taken away from me. I never had a choice. Now I do. I want her to be with me. I admit it. I want her to be with us. Why -- are we entitled to have the Mother's Day cards and the father's waffle breakfast or whatever? I want to see my little girl come down the stairs on Christmas morning in her PJs. I want to hear her make a racket when she learns to play the clarinet or maybe just teach Jenny how to count. I don't care. She's got a family here, because she's got a father in pine valley. She's got a mother, she's got brothers, she's got sisters, she's got grandparents right here. When I find Kate, if I find Kate, I'm not going to walk away. Hell no. I'm not about to lose her all over again.

Singer: And when I start talking

Richie: Hey. I've been thinking about you. Come on, sit down.

Babe: Uh, that's ok. You seem a little busy.

Richie: No one's here.

Babe: Oh, no? So, your hooker friend already left?

Richie: Excuse me?

Babe: You know, the hooker that I found J.R. with, the same one that you claim randomly just tried to pick you up in the park?

Richie: Honey, I have no idea what you're talking about.

Babe: That's funny because I just saw her leave you with a big wad of cash and a really big smile on her face. So, you care to explain that one, Richie?

Richie: Ok, I've had a great time, but it's time for me to go.

Babe: Not so fast, you son of a bitch.

Richie: It's not nice to call people names.

Babe: I'll call you whatever I damn well want to. God, I actually believed you. When everybody was warning me about you, I still trusted you.

Richie: Well, that's between you and your conscience.

Babe: Oh, like you know about having a conscience.

Richie: Are we done?

Babe: What did you think, that I was just going to come jumping into your bed?

Richie: You jumped in and out of J.R.'s bed often enough. [Babe slaps Richie] Don't do that again.

Babe: Did you think after I found out you drugged him and put him in bed with that hooker that I was just going to come running to you?

Richie: Well, who did you believe, Babe? It's not like you needed much of an excuse not to trust J.R.

Babe: Yeah, well your chance is over, pal, done. We are beyond life support, and it's never going to happen. No more tricks and no more lies because it won't work, ever.

Jake: So, now you understand why it's important for me to get out of here.

Greenlee: I get it.

Jake: Can you help me, please? Help me get out of this place.

Greenlee: The hospital? No. No way. If Angie says that you need to rest, then that's what you need to do.

Jake: Listen, I understand Angie's just doing her job, but I need to get back to my job.

Greenlee: Everyone needs a break sometimes.

Jake: Greenlee, you know me. You know me. There was a time that you knew me almost better than anybody in this world.

Greenlee: That was a long time ago.

Jake: Yeah, it was a lifetime ago. I'm just saying, if there was one person that would understand it is killing to be here and that I need to get back there, it would be you.

Greenlee: I'm sorry, Jake. I just can't do it.

Jake: Come on. Look, I'm a doctor. I'm a doctor. What, am I going to risk my own health? Come on.

Greenlee: Nice try, Martin, but I'm not going to be responsible if you drop dead on your way to God knows where.

Jake: Still stubborn. Some things never change.

[Greenlee laughs]

Jake: Well, if you're not going to help me break out of this place, could you at least make yourself useful? Get me a beverage, soft drink, a juice, something.

Greenlee: Oh.

Jake: I'm starving.

Greenlee: Nice.

Jake: Maybe you could steal half a sandwich from some other patient. I don't care. Please, something.

Greenlee: Yes, sir.

Jake: Thank you.

Greenlee: Can do that.

Krystal: Well, then in the very least, I think you ought to formulate some kind of a game plan before you get a name and address and race off to get your little girl.

Tad: Because you think -- you assume it will be impossible for me to stop and think.

[Krystal sighs]

Krystal: It looks that way.

Tad: It's complicated, yeah, but I'll just have to find a way through it. That's all.

Krystal: Yeah.

Tad: Whatever happens, there's got to be a way to sort through this, and I'm going to find it.

Krystal: God, I hope you do.

Tad: I will. I don't have a choice. I haven't come this far to give up now.

[Phone rings]

Tad: Yeah? No, yeah, it's all right. Are you sure? No, that's -- that's terrific, yeah. Please -- please, yeah, send it through. Yeah. I owe you.

Krystal: Is -- is that about Kate?

Tad: Yeah.

J.R.: "And the boy saw the rainbow and the sun shone through and there wasn't a cloud in the sky."

Little Adam: That's the only book we can read?

[J.R. sighs]

Little Adam: When are we going to eat the cookies?

J.R.: You are my sunshine my only sunshine

J.R. and Dixie: You make me happy when skies are gray. You'll never know, dear, how much I love you. Please don't take my sunshine away. The other night, dear while I lay sleeping

J.R.: Come on. Come here, buddy boy.

Dixie: You'll never know, dear how much I love you. Please don't take my sunshine away [Sobbing] Why didn't you tell me? Why didn't you tell me I could still feel love? My heart is breaking. How can my heart be breaking? Wasn't it enough? Wasn't it enough to die and lose my children once? Wasn't it enough?

Ryan: Just wait.

Annie: No, I'm done waiting. I want to go.

Ryan: Just wait, please. Just wait -- whoa, whoa, whoa. Wait, wait. Oh, my God.

Babe: That's the look Annie told me about.

Richie: In all my glory, Arabella.

Babe: That's the look I've been waiting to see.

Richie: Wait no further.

Babe: The real Richie Novak.

Richie: In the flesh.

Babe: Yeah, well, it's not so nice to finally meet you.

Richie: The pleasure's all mine.

Babe: Just admit it, Richie. You did this.

Richie: Did what? What? Drugged your ex-husband, put him on top of a whore? Well, that's just a regular Saturday night for J.R. Chandler.

Babe: You're sick.

Richie: Oh, what did you think, that J.R. was some sort of a Boy Scout?

Babe: J.R. was willing to help save your life. Why did you do this?

Richie: You have no idea what you're talking about.

Babe: I know that you did this, Richie. Just admit it.

Richie: For what, so you can frame me, throw me in prison for nothing? I've already done that, and I'm not going to do it again.

Babe: I know that you set J.R. up.

Richie: Prove it.

Singer: You were the one who knew it all

[Door shuts]

J.R.: What the -- where did you come from? Mom?

Tad: A friend of mine from New Mexico, he's going to send me some articles -- newspaper articles from the time that Kate was placed.

Krystal: Really, articles?

Tad: Yeah, some kind of investigative reporting thing about shady adoptions.

Krystal: Well, what does that give you?

Tad: Well, for one thing, it's getting to be a lot shorter list to deal with -- some very specific names.

Krystal: Well, where are the articles?

Tad: Oh, he's going to e-mail them to me.

Krystal: I hope that gets you closer.

Tad: It will. I know it. I can feel it. Hang on, Kate. Daddy's coming.

Greenlee: Jake, oh my God. Help! We need some help over here! I need a doctor!

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

Jesse (to Cassandra): Have a seat. We need to talk.

Ryan (to Annie): I remember this place. I remember you.

Jake: Oh, Aidan, we've got to stop meeting like this.

Erica (on phone with Jack): Kendall, I'm so happy that you and Zach have been able to get past your night with Aidan.

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