All My Children Transcript Monday 5/19/08
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Tad: Adam? How are you enjoying your stay thus far?
Adam: This is exactly what you two wanted, isn't it?
Tad: Us "two"? Don't sell yourself short. I'm sure there are hundreds of people in town who would love to see you finger painting in a rubber room.
Adam: That means you're a very happy man.
Tad: It depends on how you define the word. Am I relieved? Sure. Vindicated? A little. Then again, I wonder how long you're going to be in here.
Adam: So this was your final goal?
Tad: What are you talking about? I had nothing to do with this.
Adam: Tad Martin's here. Come on out. You can gloat together. Revel in my captivity.
Tad: Who the hell are you talking to?
Dixie: It's true, Jake. You need to stay for Tad. Please, Jake, you have to listen to me. Don't leave Pine Valley. Not yet. If you leave, you may never see Tad again.
Kendall: What are you saying about your relationship, Ryan? That you never really loved Annie?
[Annie eavesdrops and remembers]
Michael: Well, it's come to light that your husband's surgery, among others, was never performed. It's all explained here. There's a major class-action lawsuit being filed against the clinic. I was hoping to speak with Mr. Lavery --
Annie: I'm sorry. Wait. Are you telling me my husband can still have children?
Michael: Yes, Mrs. Lavery. I am.
[Back to the present]
Ryan: I don't know exactly what I'm saying.
Kendall: Well, that's not exactly a ringing endorsement.
Ryan: My memories of Annie are only visions. They're not -- they're not as real as they were with you and with Greenlee.
Kendall: Ok, I hate to break it to you, Ryan, but Annie is very real, ok? You two fell in love, you got married, you got it on at the stables --
Ryan: It doesn't feel like any of those things actually happened, all right? They're not visceral.
Kendall: But you remember them. I mean, that's a start.
Ryan: It's just, I'm telling you, something is different.
Annie: Hey, there, handsome.
Ryan: I thought you were at our place.
Annie: Oh, Corrina's watching Emma. Hi.
Annie: So, um, I take it Ryan told you the good news.
Kendall: Yeah. Yeah, he remembered you. That's amazing.
Annie: Not just me. Some very specific parts of me. Hi.
[Annie chuckles and kisses Ryan]
Annie: Things are finally back on track.
[Elevator doors close after Greenlee gets in, then she stops it to think]
Greenlee's voice: I never even really wanted a family with Ryan to begin with.
Aidan: Yeah, but you were willing to give him one.
Aidan: I want a child with you. And you shut the door in my face. Now, why is that, when you were ready to do anything to save your relationship with Ryan?
Greenlee: Is this it? Is it over?
Stuart: Cassandra? Angie? Jesse? Anybody there? Maybe there's nobody there.
Robert: Wake up, Cassandra. Come on, rise and shine.
Robert: Huh, you're going to come out of your trance now. Huh? You're going to come out of your trance now.
Stuart: I hear somebody in there. It's just me, Stuart.
Robert: Great, now, you're just going to give me a few seconds to go out the back fire escape, all right? And then, when I snap my fingers, you're going to let him in. But you're not going to remember being drugged, huh? You're not even going to remember me being here. And when I snap my fingers, now, three, two, one --
[Robert snaps his fingers]
Robert: All right, now, slowly. Slowly go and answer the door. Ok?
[Robert drops one of his little paper cranes on his way out]
Stuart: Oh, hi, Cassandra. We -- we almost gave up on you.
Stuart: Is there anybody else at home? I thought I heard voices.
Robert: Where is that damn elephant? All this time, it all comes down to a damn teenager.
Stuart: Cassandra? Are you all right?
Cassandra: Fine. I'm fine.
Stuart: You sure?
Cassandra: I -- I, somehow, just conked out for a nap. But I'm -- yeah, that's all.
Stuart: Ok, ok. We have something that belongs to you. Little Adam found this and made it part of his toy collection.
Cassandra: Oh, I thought I'd lost it.
Stuart: Little A took very good care of it.
Cassandra: Thank you, Little Adam. And you, too, Stuart.
Stuart: Yeah. Our pleasure.
Cassandra: Could you do me a favor?
Cassandra: Don't tell anybody about this little guy. A stuffed elephant doesn't exactly build street cred around here.
Robert: Elephant. My diamond.
Stuart: Your secret's safe with us.
Cassandra: I'll be right back.
Angie: Cassandra, are you home?
Robert: Come on. Hide it, Cassandra. They're already on to something being inside the elephant.
Jesse: Stuart, it's great to see you, man. You, too, Little Adam.
Angie: To what do we owe this pleasure?
Robert: Where are you, Cassandra? Huh? Where?
Cassandra: Hey, Mom. Jesse.
Angie: Hey, sweetie. You look a little tired.
Cassandra: Just a little.
Robert: And no one's the wiser. I'm finally going to get what's mine.
Dixie: You've done so much good. You've helped so many people. And that's all I'm trying to do is -- is help Tad. Even though maybe I'm -- I am too afraid to see him. Maybe if -- if we help Tad, we might just save ourselves. There's really not much else I can do other than nudge Adam in the right direction, and it's been hard. Boy, it's been near impossible. And there are these rules. If I could fix it all, Jake, I would. But I can't. I just can't.
Adam: Come on. I'll put you in another blasted straitjacket.
Tad: You can try.
Adam: Oh, not you, for God's sake. Her.
Adam: You know full well "her." Dixie!
Tad: Dixie? You're talking to Dixie?
Adam: Yeah, and she'd be talking back if she weren't afraid to face you.
Tad: You really have snapped.
Adam: Oh, no. I know how this looks. It's -- I'm perfectly sane. I wouldn't be locked up here at all if Dixie Martin Cooney wasn't a wretched --
Tad: Easy, easy, I don't care if you are crazy. Watch your mouth.
Adam: You know, you got off easy. Yeah, you deserved so much more than I ever gave you. And you're really enjoying this, aren't you? I would gladly lock you up again if I could. In a second!
Tad: Adam, stop. Dixie is gone, ok? She's not here. You're -- you're hallucinating.
Adam: No, no. I'm not seeing things. She is here. Dixie is here. She's been with me for -- for days, weeks, months!
Tad: Krystal was right. You are nuts. I guess all that guilt finally got to you.
Dixie: I'm back. Tad.
Kendall: Well, I think it's amazing. I mean, clearly, he's saved the best memory for last.
Annie: That's a nice way to think about it.
Ryan: You didn't have to come all the way down here. I told you I'd get your files for you.
Annie: That's ok.
Annie's voice: Wait till you hear, Ryan. We can have a baby.
Annie: Hey, um, so, I thought I would get some food for you and me downstairs.
Ryan: Oh, well, I'll head out with you.
Annie: You know what? Don't worry about it. We took separate cars. I'm sure you two need to discuss the latest on Spike, so -- you finish up here. I got to go.
Ryan: Ok. Well, I'll see you at home later. Ok? All right.
Annie: No worries.
Greenlee: Ok, enough. Stupid place for a breakdown. Get me out of here.
Annie: Perfect timing.
Annie: Damn you, Ryan.
Kendall: This is not your fault.
Greenlee: Oh, thank God you're here -- I need you.
Corrina: Thank you, Mrs. Lavery.
Emma: Mommy, why are you crying?
Annie: Oh, I'm not crying, sweetie, I'm fine. I'm fine. I'm just -- what -- I'm ok. Come here. I'm -- I'm ok. Oh, it's just kind of a -- it's kind of like a bad dream, that's all. It was a -- awful --
Emma: It was a bad dream.
Annie: It was a bad dream. It was a bad dream, it was a dream that you and me and Daddy weren't a family anymore.
Annie: I'm not sure why, sweetie. But it was just a dream. An awful dream.
Ryan: What did you need, Greenlee? Can I help?
Greenlee: As if I needed help. Nope. Nope, I can help myself just fine.
Ryan: Oh. All right, you just said that you needed --
Greenlee: Kendall. I meant that I needed Kendall. No offense.
Ryan: None taken.
Greenlee: I need to talk to you about the latest Charm! shipment.
Kendall: Right. The Japanese launch?
Kendall: Yeah, just minor perfume emergency.
Ryan: Yeah, very subtle. I get it. I'll -- I'll take off. Thank you for your help, Kendall.
Ryan: All right. Hey. Greenlee, how's Aidan?
Greenlee: Oh, he's perfect. He's fabulous. He couldn't be better.
Ryan: Yeah? Wedding plans? Everything going great?
Greenlee: Wedding of the century. Dress, check. Band, check. Flowers, check.
Ryan: Ok. Well, just let me know if you need anything.
Greenlee: I will do.
Kendall: What in the hell was that about? You don't have any of those wedding things done.
Greenlee: I might not need to.
Kendall: Excuse me?
Greenlee: You know how I have this amazing ability to take something great and screw it up? Well, I may or may not have chased my fiancÚ away, Kendall. I might have screwed up big.
Stuart: I wanted to invite you guys to come over to my gallery and see -- well, see some canvases that I've been working on.
Jesse: Stuart, that's real cool, but neither one of us are art critics.
Stuart: Oh, no, no. No, you'll be experts on this. The subject is love, specifically, your love story. That's what the paintings are about.
Angie: Stuart, that is just beautiful.
Cassandra: Stuart just came by to tell you to come by.
Stuart: Yeah. I hope that I can get them done by -- before your wedding, so I can make that my gift to you.
Angie: Oh, Stuart, you really don't have to do that.
Stuart: Oh, yes, I do. You two are inspirational.
Cassandra: Does anybody want anything? I could use some water. It's like, hot in here, right?
Stuart: Yeah, well, no, thanks. I -- I'm fine.
Jesse: Excuse me. Hey, hey. Are you ok?
Cassandra: Yeah, I'm fine.
Angie: So, Stuart, how is Adam doing? Any more panic attacks?
Stuart: Uh, he's -- he's gotten worse. I've never seen my brother like this.
Adam: Show yourself to him, Dixie. Let him see you.
Dixie: No, no, no. No, there's no reason.
Tad: Adam, you're actually starting to freak me out.
Dixie: Nice try.
Adam: Well, talk to him. Go on, go on. I've forgotten you're afraid to face him.
Dixie: You know what you have to do to make me go away.
Adam: No, no. Not a chance.
Tad: Adam -- Adam, maybe you should try to calm down.
Adam: Don't you tell me what to do. I've already got this she-devil giving me orders.
Dixie: You know, he thinks you're nuts, Adam. Wacko, delusional, on the next train to Crazytown. Whoo-hoo-hoo. Whoo-hoo-hoo!
Adam: Stop, stop. No, no.
[Dixie speaks gibberish]
Adam: Stop it! Stop it. Stop. Listen -- no, no. No, no, no. No. No. Oh!
Colby: So you think Dad will be ok?
J.R.: I don't know, Colby. I honestly don't know.
Colby: Dad's not going to be here forever.
J.R.: Yeah. I'll handle it, Colby. We'll figure this out.
Stuart: J.R. and Colby are visiting Adam right now.
Angie: Isn't o haven where --
Stuart: That's where Adam put Dixie, yeah.
Jesse: And nobody knows what's wrong?
Stuart: Well, it started with some panic attacks.
Angie: Stuart, is there anything we can do? I mean, do you want me to make some calls, find a Psych consult?
Stuart: I just think -- well, I'd really rather hear what the doctors there have to say first.
Angie: All right, Stuart. Well, just let us know.
Stuart: Yeah. Ok, well, it's getting late.
Stuart: I've got to get Little Adam home here for his mama.
Angie: Stuart, thanks for coming by.
Stuart: Yeah, ok. Good night, everybody.
Angie: Bye, handsome.
Stuart: Good night, everybody. Wave, wave. That a boy, wave.
Stuart: I hope you feel better, Cassandra.
Jesse: Bam! See you later, kiddo.
Stuart: Good night.
Jesse: See you, Stuart. You sure you're ok?
Angie: Hey, what's wrong, baby?
Cassandra: I'm fine, Mom.
Jesse: You don't look fine.
Angie: Let me check you out. Do you have a fever?
Cassandra: I just feel a little weird, that's all.
Jesse: Weird -- what kind of weird? Tired weird? Sick?
Cassandra: Yeah, I guess so. I fell asleep, and now I'm a little groggy, like my head's in a bubble.
Angie: Well, it could be your sinuses.
Jesse: Could you be a little more specific?
Cassandra: I don't know, like -- like I'm underwater. Like, you guys are kind of fuzzy.
Angie: No, there's a terrible stomach flu going around.
Cassandra: My stomach's fine, Mom.
Jesse: Whoa, take it easy there, kiddo.
Cassandra: Seriously, you guys are freaking out over nothing. I took a nap. I think maybe my body is just going back to Paris time.
Angie: Right, tell you what. I'm going to get you some hot soup, ok?
Jesse: Does it feel like the room is kind of spinning?
Cassandra: Yeah, it does kind of feel like when I was in Paris, and I had too much wine.
Jesse: And you're sure you don't remember anything out of the ordinary, right?
Cassandra: No, not at all. Actually, I don't really remember anything.
Joe: How you feeling?
Jake: Um, you know, I'm good. I'm ready to get out of this place.
Joe: Mm-hmm. Well, you should be discharged any time soon, maybe even today.
Jake: Oh, thank you. Good. How's, um, Tad doing?
Ruth: Oh, he's -- he seems fine. Why?
Jake: No, it's just a weird feeling that I had.
Joe: Hmm. All is well.
Jake: Good, good, good, good.
Joe: All would be better if we could talk you into staying on here in Pine Valley, hmm?
Annie: Ok, it's time for you to get to bed, all right? Scoot. Come on. Come on.
[Ryan walks in]
Annie: Hey. You're home.
Ryan: Yeah, I'm home. How is Emma?
Annie: She's great -- until she brought up the whole baby brother, baby sister thing again. She, um -- she really wants one.
Ryan: Well, there's a pretty good reason why that's not a possibility at this moment.
Annie: Yeah, of course. Um, it's just hard to explain to a kid.
Ryan: Yeah. You ok?
Annie: Fine. Fantastic. I mean, you remembered me, you remembered us. It was like the best anniversary present ever.
Ryan: Yeah. One step closer to getting it all back.
Annie: Well, how about I get us some wine, and we celebrate?
Greenlee: You're the one who told me to come completely clean with him about the kids issue. "Tell him, Greenlee. Better now than after the wedding. Secrets are bad, Greenlee." Pretty crappy advice.
Kendall: So, you told Aidan and?
Greenlee: Pretty much freaked him out.
Kendall: Oh, he really wants kids that bad, huh?
Greenlee: Yeah, and he couldn't quite get past the whole Ryan disaster.
Kendall: Do we need drinks with these donuts?
Greenlee: And I quote, "You wanted a child with Ryan, but you don't want one with me."
Greenlee: Truth hurts. Kendall; well, did you explain to him the whole --
Greenlee: That having Ryan's baby wasn't really about a baby? Yeah.
Kendall: Ok, well, it can't be that bad.
Greenlee: Yeah. I think it is, my friend.
Kendall: Well, I'm sure Aidan will get over it.
Greenlee: Maybe. Maybe not. Or maybe having kids is a deal breaker for us.
Kendall: Or maybe Aidan never thought of the alternative.
Greenlee: Well, he's clearly thinking about it now.
Kendall: All right, listen. You know what, Greenlee? You did the right thing, ok? You couldn't walk down the aisle without putting it all out there.
Greenlee: Yeah, well, now I may not get down the aisle. Good plan, Kendall.
Kendall: Would you rather be having this conversation after you got married? I don't think so.
Greenlee: Ok. You're right. I have to look at this as progress.
Kendall: Exactly. Hmm?
Greenlee: Usually when men leave me, they die. Aidan's just walking away. Great progress, huh?
Colby: Is he ok?
Tad: I don't want to scare you --
J.R.: Just tell me, Tad. What do you think?
Tad: I don't think it looks very good in there.
Colby: What does that mean?
Tad: Well, honey, I think you should prepare yourself for a long haul. I mean, I'm no medical professional, but I've never seen him quite like this.
J.R.: Me, either.
Tad: Listen, try not to worry. We'll get him the best medical attention we possibly can.
J.R.: Just let me know. I'll fly them in.
Tad: Yeah, and I'm not going anywhere, either. If any of you need anything, I'll do whatever to get you through this.
Colby: You're being so nice about him. That means he's really sick, isn't he?
Tad: I'm sorry, hero. For the first time, I really wish I could tell you he's just being a jerk.
Adam: Ah. This is the first time you've saw him, isn't it? It was, wasn't it?
Adam: How was it? Too painful?
Tad: Are we alone?
Adam: I'm not an animal.
Tad: I know that, Adam. I know, but for now, maybe this is the best place for you.
Adam: Get me out of this cage.
Tad: I can't do that. We're trying to help you.
Dixie: Well, you've finally done it, Adam. After all the horrible things you've done, Tad actually pities you.
Tad: Adam? You still in there?
Adam: I'll teach you to pity me.
[Adam pushes Tad on to his bed]
Adam: When I get out of here -- and I will -- it will be my turn to pity you.
Tad: Yeah. Ok, sure. When you get out of here.
Adam: Why do you think Dixie talks to me and not to you?
Tad: I think that's a question for a mental health professional.
Adam: But what could I do for her that you can't?
Dixie: For heaven's sake, Adam, you know exactly what that is.
Tad: I think you should know, I told the kids that I would be there for anything -- whatever they need.
Adam: The kids need their father.
Tad: Not like this, they don't.
Adam: No, those kids are my kids. They're not part of your hee-haw nursery school.
Tad: Well, then I hope you get better soon for their sake.
Adam: I'll tell Dixie you said hello. And by the way, she is --
Adam: Really looking good these days. And deny it though she will, she's still got the hots for me.
Tad: Let's get out of here. Let's go get some coffee or something.
Adam: I will destroy that fool Martin the minute I get out of here.
Dixie: You will be the loser in all of this, Adam, and mark my words. You will choose who you take down with you.
Angie: Take it.
Jesse: Cassandra, sweetheart, do me a favor, would you? Run your day by me. Can you do that? What'd you do the last couple of hours?
Cassandra: I was here -- like, I crashed. Ok, you know when you take a nap, and you wake up, and it just takes you a little while to get going?
Angie: Ok, uh, jess, will you let her chill for a bit?
Jesse: Hey, was there somebody here with you? I mean, before Stuart and Little Adam showed up?
Cassandra: I don't think so. I mean, it kind of seemed like maybe there was, but I can't remember.
Cassandra: It's weird.
Jesse: Yeah, it's a little weird. Something like this happened to me a long time ago -- exactly what you're describing.
Greenlee: Me, relationships, and kids don't mix. I mean, here we go. Another guy, another problem with children, another failure.
Kendall: No, you know what? I don't think it's over at all.
Greenlee: Maybe we can't hack the drama.
Kendall: What -- the drama? Are you kidding me? Hello. Aidan saved you from a bomb shelter. He came back from a hostage situation in Africa to be here for you. You guys can handle a little Ryan Lavery drama.
Greenlee: You'd think, wouldn't you?
Kendall: All I'm saying is, Aidan took a huge leap to accept that you were over Ryan.
Greenlee: Yeah, he's a real rock star, a real champ, a real Boy Scout boyfriend, but even Prince Charming has its limits.
Kendall: Ok, so the subject comes up again. Work through it.
Greenlee: It's not that easy. Who knows? Maybe I'm just a screw-up that should never be with men.
Kendall: Is that an offer?
Greenlee: You wish.
Kendall: Please. My point is, Aidan took a leap. Now it's your turn. Have some faith.
Greenlee: I'm trying.
Kendall: The one thing that I learned from Zach is that truth is the only answer. Only lies and secrets can really ruin you.
Angie: Can I get you anything else, baby?
Cassandra: I'm ok, Mom.
Angie: Jesse, can I talk to you for a minute?
Jesse: Baby, something's up. I can feel it.
Angie: Do you remember that conversation we just had at the hospital?
Jesse: I know, but this is different. Come on, look at your daughter.
Angie: What I see is a young girl who isn't feeling very well, end of story.
Jesse: This is not the stomach flu.
Angie: You know what, Jesse? You are seeing things where nothing exists. Now, you can't just pull a case out of thin air.
Jesse: You honestly believe that Cassandra is sick and there's nothing else going on?
Angie: Yes, I do. Now, will you drop it? Do you remember a wedding that's about to happen?
Jesse: How could I possibly forget?
Angie: Uh-huh. Well, I don't want you hunting for clues while we're standing at the altar looking as fine as can be.
Jesse: You going to look fine for me?
Angie: You want to see that?
Angie: Drop this.
Jesse: I'll drop it like it's hot.
Robert: Jesse Hubbard, your day has come.
Ryan: Hmm. What movie do you want to watch?
Annie: Um, well, I thought maybe we could work on making some new memories like we did in the stables.
Ryan: Well, I found out the memories kind of come back a lot better when I don't try so hard, you know? Hey, this one's supposed to be really good. Why don't we watch this one? Want to kill the lights?
Ryan: Oh, here.
Kendall: Well, think of it this way. I have screwed up way worse than you have in the love department.
Greenlee: I totally won.
Kendall: Oh. Oh, no, no, no, no, no. Uh-uh. That's not true.
Greenlee: Scott Chandler?
Kendall: Ooh, ooh. Ok, um, Del Henry.
Greenlee: Hmm, good call. Carlos?
Kendall: Well, I married Anton.
Greenlee: Way before my time.
Kendall: Ok, do I have to remind you of J.R.?
Greenlee: You sure know how to pick them.
Kendall: Yeah, what can I say? It's a gift.
Greenlee: It's ok to laugh, right?
Kendall: Yeah. What else can you do? You have to.
Greenlee: Because then it makes it ok.
Kendall: It will be.
Kendall: Oh, hold that thought oh. Speaking of which --
Greenlee: Good news?
Kendall: We are getting out of here. No, no, no whining, no crying, no men, just fun, fun, fun.
Greenlee: Ha! Call me in about 10 years.
Kendall: Oh, come on. You know you're up for it.
Kendall: Oh, yes. I knew you'd see it my way. Come on.
Ryan: You know what? I'm going to go and check on Emma.
Annie: Emma's fine. I just put her to bed.
Ryan: I know, I just want to go and see her just to make sure, you know? She's such an amazing gift.
Annie: Ok, I'll pause the movie.
Ryan: No, don't bother. Just keep watching, and I'll catch up, ok?
[Annie tears up the paper from the doctor]
Annie: You don't need to know about this. You just need to give me another amazing gift.
Adam: So, taunt me. Laugh in my face. No, float -- float paper around. Make me look crazy. I don't care.
Dixie: Well, you better start caring, Adam.
Adam: Ah. You know, it was worth it just to see the look on your face when you materialized and saw Tad for the first time.
Dixie: You are running out of time.
Adam: Do you have no concept of time? You once told me that you and Tad were going to be together forever.
Dixie: This isn't about just me or Tad. There are others involved, including you.
Adam: Yeah, you keep it up, Dixie. Someday, I just may care, although I doubt it.
Dixie: You should believe this. If you've never believed anything ever in your life, you have no idea what pain is coming if you don't do this one thing.
Tad: They let you get dressed? You're definitely better than you did a few hours back.
Jake: Yeah. Let me ask you something. Who was in the war-torn district? Was it you or was it me?
Tad: What the hell is that supposed to mean?
Jake: Just saying. What were you doing? Who were you doing it with? Where you been?
Tad: Thank you for that.
Tad: I paid Adam Chandler a visit at Oak Haven, if you must know.
Jake: Oh, yeah, the nut house.
Tad: The very same.
Jake: So, they finally put old Adam where he belongs, huh?
Tad: Looks like it. Listen, I need a drink, or several.
Jake: Is that right?
Tad: Yeah, that's right.
Jake: Well, look at this. You are in luck.
Tad: Ah, a late discharge.
Jake: That's right, and I didn't write that myself.
Tad: So, what do you think? You buying?
Jake: All right.
Tad: The best offer I've had all day.
Jake: Hmm. I missed you, and I -- and I love you, and I --
Tad: Me, too. And me, too. It's good to have you home.
Tad: So good to have you home.
Cassandra: Just be in my room if you need me.
Angie: Ok, sweetheart.
Jesse: Baby, you know you're --
Angie: You know, I don't want to hear it.
Jesse: What? What are you talking -- I was just going to say, you've got to taste my soda. It's really good.
Angie: Yeah, right.
Jesse: Mmm. Ah.
Angie: Give me some. No, your soda.
Jesse: Ooh, you are like -- you're so --
[Knock on door]
Robert: Hold on. Who is it?
Man: Rob, it's me, Alan -- Agent Cristol.
Robert: Well, you don't have to do that, Al.
Alan: I'm afraid that I do. The Bureau was asking some questions about the shooting down at the hangar.
Robert: Um, I gave you guys my statement, didn't I? I don't -- I don't -- what more do you need?
Alan: Well, we just need to ask you some questions about Papel.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Greenlee (to Kendall): Aidan is off somewhere trying to decide if he still wants to marry me.
Aidan (to Tad): When it really comes down to it, are women worth the trouble they put you through?
Greg (to Jesse): This is like a dream come true.
Adam (to Dixie): You're threatening disasters? Bring it on.
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