All My Children Transcript Thursday 6/19/08
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Greenlee: Thanks for the ride.
Aidan: You're welcome, I just wanted to make sure you got home safely.
Greenlee: Is your hand ok?
Aidan: Yeah, it's fine. I'd punch him again if I could.
Greenlee: And I'd hold him down.
Aidan: I bet you'd like to get a few punches in yourself.
Greenlee: Better yet.
Aidan: I just can't believe that Novak left you there, you and Zach, to die. Weeks we searched, weeks we were afraid that we'd never find you. And Novak knew where you were all along and he didn't say one damn word. I thought you could have died. I thought I'd never find you.
Greenlee: But you did. You saved my life, and for that I'll owe you forever.
[Knocking at the door]
Angie: Hi, sweetheart.
Angie: Listen, I know that Tad just got home. I shouldn't have even bothered you.
Krystal: No, it's ok. What's going on?
Angie: It's nothing, I shouldn't have called.
Krystal: What's wrong?
Angie: Nothing's wrong.
Krystal: So, you just invited me over to help you reorganize your cabinets?
Angie: This, way overdue.
Krystal: Oh, well, you just moved in a couple months ago. You two are still on your honeymoon.
Angie: Well, when I'm upset I turn into a one-woman cleaning crew. Jesse and I had a fight.
Krystal: How bad?
Jesse: Reasonably bad.
Krystal: Well, you just get to make up. That's the best part about it.
Angie: What if he doesn't come home?
Krystal: Oh, come on now, of course, he's going to come home.
Angie: I was so angry, Krystal, I just walked away and, you know, what if something happens to him? I mean, what if I never see Jesse again and the last words that I spoke were just so angry?
Krystal: Of course, he's going to come home. Nothing's going to happen to him.
Angie: 20 years ago he left to do his job and the last -- the next time that I saw him he was dying. I should know better. I mean, but I -- I just blew up. I mean, I acted as if the last 20 years meant nothing.
Tad: Perfect. It's delicious. The perfect combination of water and water.
Kathy: Thank you.
Tad: Care for a cookie? What are you doing?
Kathy: My chicken wants one, too. He's very hungry.
Tad: Aside from being funny-looking, you just make sure he knows that one has my name on it, ok?
Tad: Excuse me. What's up, handsome?
Jesse: Welcome home, Thaddeus. It's good to see you. How are you feeling?
Tad: Stiff and sore. Kathy's fixing me up.
Jesse: She's your daughter, man, can you believe that?
Tad: Yeah, I can.
Jesse: Unbelievable. Hey, pretty little girl, how you doing?
Tad: You want a cup?
Jesse: Do I want a cup? Yeah, long as it's a cup of something strong.
Tad: What's going on?
Jesse: Angela, me, first big fight since I've been home.
Tad: Oh, I see. What are you doing here, man? Get home and apologize, that's the best part.
Jesse: It's not that easy.
Tad: Oh, yeah, it is, come on. Go apologize, fall on your sword. You know, get it over with.
Jesse: What if I don't want to fall on my sword, Tad?
Erica: Jack said the e-mails are pouring into his office, and the same is true at Samuel's office, too. I mean, the broadcast was a complete success.
Carmen: That's great.
Erica: Yeah, I just knew that if the public had a chance to see that the women inside here, if they could see that firsthand that they're not so different than the women out there in the audience watching, then we could do great things, both for you and for so many others.
Carmen: Well, props on doing the show and having me as your guest. I owe you, superstar. But I don't know, hearing you tell my story to the whole world I realized...
Carmen: Nothing, forget it.
Erica: No, Carmen, come on.
Carmen: I have no family, no man, no job. My life's a big pile of nothing.
Adam: Blast it. You're sure, Barry? You're sure J.R. planted this story?
Barry: Straight from the editor's mouth. Amazing how a little blackmail can squeeze the truth out of a man.
Adam: J.R. thought he could play me. All that concern about the damage being done to the company. He was behind it the whole time.
Barry: It's your move now.
Adam: Well, I'm certainly not going to let my son take my company away from me, not with amateur tactics like this.
Barry: If you want to get back at him, teach him a lesson, I'm at your disposal.
J.R.: If you're here on Chandler business, I'm the Chandler in charge.
Adam: Actually, we were just talking about you, J.R.
Adam: What a stunt.
J.R.: You mind telling me what you're talking about?
Adam: A man who will go to any lengths to get what he wants. A man who has got stones enough to think he's smart enough to pull it off. Richie Novak. He drugged you, he kidnapped you, he stole your bone marrow.
Colby: I hope he rots.
Adam: Hmm, yeah, Novak should have known he couldn't get away with it. Desperate men rarely do.
J.R.: Yeah, well he's behind bars. Story's over. We have bigger problems.
Adam: Oh, yes, we do.
J.R.: Oh, yeah, the shareholders meeting's coming up. The last thing we need is you looking like you're crazy.
Adam: Yes, well, what I want to do is find the monster who printed this story.
J.R.: Why don't we focus on damage control?
Adam: No, I'd like to focus on how I'm going to make him suffer.
J.R.: Yeah, well listen, I spoke to the media coach again, and she's lined up a few more interviews. You're going to be articulate, sane, and in charge, the fastest way to set the record straight.
Adam: Yeah, well, it sounds good. I'm in your hands, J.R.
Adam: And you, young lady --
Adam: We have a birthday party to plan. My young lady here is going to be 18 this week and so what would it be? Another pop sensation serenading you this time?
Colby: How do you do that? Act all normal, woo hoo, let's plan a party, as if you didn't totally lie to Tad and J.R. and keep Kate from them for like, forever?
Adam: Colby, I -- I --
Colby: Just stop. I don't want anything from you ever again.
Randi: See, you see what my problem is?
Frankie: This definitely beats coffee.
Randi: Thanks, it's good.
Frankie: Now I know you're a pistachio girl.
Randi: Yeah, well, don't write it down. I'm more of a flavor of the month kind of girl.
Frankie: Variety, I like that.
Randi: I told you, I'm in a relationship.
Frankie: I know.
Randi: So, quit acting like this is a date.
Frankie: It's not. It's just ice cream.
Randi: And you're being all cute and sweet because?
Frankie: You think I'm cute?
Randi: I'm not interested.
Frankie: Well, you left out the part that I'm a great doctor. It's my job to look after my patients.
Randi: I'm not a patient. I've been released almost as good as new.
Frankie: What, until next time? A break like that you didn't do yourself. Someone else did.
Randi: I've got to get back to work.
Frankie: Randi, talk to me.
Randi: The deal was ice cream, not talking.
Frankie: You don't have to stay in an abusive relationship. Let me help you.
Angie: I'm acting like a raving lunatic, aren't I? I mean, of course, Jesse will be ok. He'll walk back through that door in one piece, mad at me, but alive.
Krystal: That's right. But the truth is, is you did lose your husband for 20 years. It's makes sense that your mind would go to those what ifs.
Angie: Yeah, but I've got to get a grip, Krystal. I mean, I can't let my brain go into overdrive every time he walks out the door. I just don't know how to stop the anger. I can't go through it again, Krystal. Losing him, I can't. I don't know maybe it's unfair.
Krystal: No, it's understandable.
Angie: Not to Jesse. I want him to be happy. I want him to do what he loves, but just not police work. I -- I can't. I'm just so afraid.
Krystal: Well, the good news is he's not going to be out there on the street, having a beat or anything. He's not going to be chasing criminals.
Angie: I don't care if he's wrapped in cotton. I don't want Jesse doing any job that includes phrases like "in the line of duty."
Krystal: Yeah, I know, but Jesse said it's a desk job, right?
Angie: Oh, yeah, and the desk chair will always be empty. Because my husband has to be in the middle of things. He has to know, see, hear everything for himself, not secondhand.
Krystal: He loves his job.
Angie: Yeah, solving a mystery, getting a bad guy, making things right. Being a cop is who he is. Just like being a doctor is who I am. I mean, I can't imagine waking up and not doing what I do. So I get it. I get what it means to him, but the difference is Jesse and our life together is so much more important to me than any job. And if Jesse asked me to quit my career, to give it up, I would do it. But he won't do the same for me.
Greenlee: I'm alive because of you. And I will never forget that.
Aidan: So we're good, huh? As long as we don't have to spend too much time in the same room together.
Greenlee: I can't get over it, what you did, but that doesn't mean that I won't always be grateful.
Aidan: So, so that's it? I get to console myself with your gratitude? I didn't save you to become a hero, Greenlee. I saved you because I love you. And I still love you. I guess now I have to figure out what I'm going to do with my life, huh?
Greenlee: What do you mean, like, what?
Aidan: Well, you know, Tad, he offered me his share of the business.
Aidan: Yeah, he wants to spend more time with his family, Kathy. And now I'm going to be a single man, a lot of free time on my hands, and the owner of my own business.
Greenlee: So, you're going to take it then? But you won't be leaving town, right?
Aidan: No, so you're going to have to run the risk of bumping into me around here. You going to be all right with that?
Greenlee: We can be friends, Aidan.
Aidan: Friends. You know how hurtful that sounds?
Greenlee: It's the best I can do.
[Knocking at the door]
Josh: Glad you're here. Think I left a cuff link here the other night.
Erica: Carmen, your life is hardly nothing.
Carmen: I have no education, no skills, no talent except for picking the wrong men.
Erica: No, you stop. You're intelligent. You've proven that with the courses that I started here, and you're creative and you're courageous and you're outgoing. I mean, those are skills you can use.
Carmen: To do what? Flip burgers?
Erica: Carmen, you're on the verge of starting a whole new life.
Carmen: With what? How?
Erica: Carmen, it's a process. One day at a time. One step at a time.
Carmen: I wouldn't even know what foot to put first.
Erica: Oh, Carmen, I thought you got rid of that attitude. Honestly, you need to look in the mirror and see the woman I see.
Carmen: You got those, what do you call them, rose-colored glasses? I'm fresh out.
Erica: Well, I'll help you, but I promise you, once you're released, the sky is the limit.
Carmen: Yeah, right.
Erica: Yeah, right. My show was a huge success. People heard your story. They know you're innocent, and they're going to want to help you.
Carmen: In your world they help, not in mine.
Erica: Ok, once you're out, you'll see.
Carmen: Don't you get it? Maybe I don't want to get out.
Erica: Carmen, what are you talking about?
Carmen: Look, you are the first person who has ever believed in me. Without you out there, I'm afraid I'll screw up again. I can't make it without you.
Aidan: So, you left a cuff link here, huh?
Josh: Yeah. Great news about Tad and Kathy, huh?
Josh: Tad's home now, right?
Aidan: Yes, he is.
Josh: That's good.
Aidan: Come here often?
Josh: Greenlee and I are friends.
Aidan: Friends, I guess Greenlee's really into this friends scene at the moment.
Greenlee: Found it. It was way under the dresser.
Josh: Thanks. I guess I'll see you later.
Aidan: So you and Josh?
Greenlee: Me and Josh what? Maybe we did, maybe we didn't. If we did, it's none of your business. If we didn't, it's still none of your business.
[Cell phone ringing]
Aidan: You're right, it's not.
Jack: Hi, sweetheart.
Greenlee: Hey, Dad, I'm kind of in the middle of something.
Jack: Oh, that's ok, listen I'm just checking in on you. I've got an appointment I need to get to. I was hoping maybe we could get together later.
Greenlee: I think I'm going to need that, thanks.
Aidan: I don't want you to be with Josh, of all people.
Greenlee: What you want or don't want doesn't matter to me. I'll do what I want, when I want, with whom I want. If you can't handle that, then this friendship thing doesn't stand a chance. So you tell me, Aidan. Can you deal with it, or not?
Tad: She has got to be my daughter because she's a real fan of the powernap.
Jesse: Check you out, man. Full tilt, papa mode. Suits you. You've got both your daughters, dude. Kathy and Jenny. You're surrounded by family.
Tad: We both are.
Jesse: Yeah, feels good, doesn't it? It's the way it should be.
Jesse: Happy for you, Tad.
Tad: I'm happy for me, too. So what about you? How come you don't want to apologize to Angela?
Jesse: Of course, I want to apologize. It's just --
Tad: You want to win.
Jesse: It's not about winning or losing, Tad. This is about my life.
Tad: Which you share with a woman. Don't kid yourself. Apologize. Things will go a lot easier.
Jesse: I'm a cop, Tad. Come on, I live it, I eat it, I believe in it. And Angela is just flat out saying no.
Tad: You caught a bullet on the job. She thought she lost you.
Jesse: She didn't lose me because of that bullet.
Tad: Whatever, ok? You disappeared for 20 years. Don't think she's not worried about the next time.
Jesse: You're taking her side.
Tad: I'm not taking anybody's side. I understand why she's worried about you. Two decades, baby. That leaves a hell of a scar.
Jesse: For both of us. I mean, I'm finally free and clear of that messed-up past of mine and now she wants me to work at a university?
Tad: Maybe it was all in the way you pitched it to her. Just tell her it's a desk job. Maybe it's just lot of paperwork. Did you say that?
Jesse: All she sees is bullets and bombs.
Tad: Well, she's scared.
Jesse: Well, you know what? It's not right. She -- I can't live my life because she's afraid of something that's not going to happen?
Tad: You can't guarantee that.
Jesse: I've got to live my life the way I've got to live my life, Tad. Angela used to understand that. Now she wants to make me choose. I really don't think she has a right to do that.
Krystal: You know, you have every right to ask Jesse not to take that job back on the force.
Angie: I wish I could just convince him.
Krystal: I mean, there's got to be tons of jobs that he could take on. Doesn't anything interest him?
Angie: There's a position at PVU, but the man is 100% cop. Krystal, you should have seen him at the hospital with those rookies investigating Richie Novak, totally in charge. He really is good at it. Great. I'm still too afraid.
Krystal: Oh, of course, you are.
Angie: You know, I don't know. Maybe it's all about me. Maybe I don't love him enough.
Krystal: That's interesting that you should say that. But you know what? Coming from you, that is the craziest thing I have ever heard.
Angie: Then why wouldn't I let go of the fear and shut up? Why wouldn't I let him do what he needs to do to feel whole?
Krystal: You think you're being selfish?
Angie: I don't know, maybe. You know, Cassandra's father Jacob, he was a composer, worked at home. I never had to worry he'd get more than a paper cut.
Krystal: Nice and safe.
Angie: Jesse will never settle for nice and safe, and I don't want him to. But I'm not going to hold my breath every time a cop is rushed into the E.R. Jesse died in my arms once, and I won't go through that again.
Randi: The only abuse I'm suffering is your dogging me.
Frankie: I want to help you.
Randi: Why? You've got some kind of hero complex?
Frankie: I'm a doctor, Randi.
Randi: So you do this with all your patients? Hunt them down, bug them, and buy them ice cream?
Frankie: Look, I'm trying to make sure that this right here, that this doesn't happen to you ever again, ever.
Randi: If I give you my word, will you go?
Frankie: It's common for abuse victims --
Randi: Stop it, just stop. I'm not abused. I'm not a victim.
Frankie: It doesn't have to be this way. Randi, you can trust me.
Randi: I've had some bad luck. Things happen.
Frankie: All right, if someone hurt you, if you're afraid --
Randi: The only thing I'm afraid of is you stalking me.
Frankie: All right, if you don't want to talk to me, that's fine. But talk to someone. There's plenty of help out here available for you.
Randi: You keep at it, and I'm going to talk to the cops and slap you with a restraining order.
Barry: Colby turning 18, you understand the implications.
Adam: Oh, yes, she'll inherit Chandler stock.
Barry: Quite a large stake.
J.R.: I'm going to go visit Tad and Kathy, welcome my new sister into the family. Do you want to come with me?
Colby: I was just there. I've got some stuff to do, but thanks for taking my dollhouse. Kathy's going to have a blast with it.
Colby: It's not every day you get a new little sister.
J.R.: No, no. But you will always be my favorite.
Colby: Does that mean I can borrow your convertible?
J.R.: Ah, ha ha. Talk to me on your 20th.
Colby: Kiss Kathy again for me, and Tad and Krystal and Jenny, too.
J.R.: Ok, all right, will do.
Adam: Colby? Could I see you for a moment?
Barry: I'll get back to you on what we discussed.
Colby: What do you want?
Adam: Well, is that how it's going to be? You're going to torture me? For how long? A week, a month? Maybe the rest of my life?
Colby: Dad, you kept J.R.'s sister from him. It's bad enough you use a little girl in your power play to screw with Tad, but to do it to J.R.?
Adam: I was --
Colby: Just stop.
Adam: I was wrong.
Colby: I should have listened to you. I should have gone away to college. I'm not sure I can stay here anymore.
Adam: You hate me that much?
Colby: I love you that much, and it freaks me out.
Adam: It shouldn't.
Colby: Living here with you, all the craziness, the stunts you pull? What if after a while it starts to seem normal to me and the next thing I know, I'm just like you?
Adam: Would that be so bad?
Colby: It would be the worst thing ever.
Aidan: So, friends?
Greenlee: It's all I've got.
Aidan: The thought of you with another man --
Greenlee: Makes you want to break things, throw things, scream, cry? Been there. You and Kendall.
Aidan: Kendall, Josh, it's not about them, Greenlee. It's about us. And I can't accept that it's over.
Greenlee: Aidan, don't.
Aidan: Look, I love you, baby, and I can't just -- I can't turn that feeling off. All right? There must be something that I can do to fix this, and I will do whatever it takes. Just tell me that there is a chance that you and me can be together again. Come on.
Adam: Do you get that from your brother? A fate worse than death to be like your old man?
Colby: It's not just words. What J.R.'s done to Babe, that control thing? It's totally you, totally Chandler. And look at me. I've stolen cars. I've been arrested more than once. I've lied to you, to J.R., stole money from him. I lied to the police that Josh had sex with me.
Adam: Wait, are you blaming me for all this? You arrived here fresh from years at your mother's knee. Liza stole you from me. Stole you. Made you live life on the run. You call that love? No. Well, I love this family, and I love you and I will provide for you, and I will protect you.
Colby: Like when you set up Sean and got him arrested?
Adam: Oh, come on, he's not good enough for you. You finally realized that.
Colby: That's not the point. You hurt people. Us. I don't even know what normal love is.
Adam: Colby --
Colby: Between you and Mom, I don't stand a chance. What's going to happen when I fall in love? Am I going to lie and play all your games
Adam: You are a lovely young woman, and you will fall in love.
Colby: I'm a Chandler. Chandlers don't do love. There's no way I want to end up like you or Mom. Maybe I should just skip the whole thing. Never love anyone. Maybe it's safer that way.
Erica: Carmen, you're going to be just fine out there.
Carmen: How without you coaching me?
Erica: Here, take this one.
Carmen: Anyway, even if I actually do blow out of here, I have no place to land. I have no job or a place to live.
Erica: Ok, well, let's just start then at the beginning. A job. What jobs have you had?
Carmen: I worked in a restaurant once.
Erica: Oh, waitress?
Carmen: Kitchen. I like working with food, cooking. But then there was this grease fire. It was an accident. I tried to explain, but they fired my ass anyway.
Erica: Mm. Well, we're going to have to keep you away from open flames. Ok, so what other kind of jobs?
Carmen: I worked in this retirement kind of place before. A lot of sweet old men. They said I was their favorite.
Erica: Ok, well, tell me something. If you could choose any job in the world, what would that be?
Carmen: Mm. You know the movie, "Maid in Manhattan"? Well, that's my dream.
Erica: Your dream is to have a career in hotel housekeeping?
Carmen: No, the Cinderella part. One day you're changing sheets, the next a handsome prince comes in and rescues me. Do you think that's possible in real life?
Woman: Miss Kane, you have a visitor.
Frankie: At least take my card. I'd feel a lot better if you --
Randi: Do me a favor. Find a new charity case.
Frankie: Charity case? That's not how I think of you.
Randi: Don't think of me at all. Thanks for the ice cream.
Frankie: Randi, wait.
Randi: Look what you did.
Frankie: I'm sorry. It's not that bad.
Randi: What am I going to do? Stop.
Frankie: I'll pay for the dry cleaning.
Randi: You don't get it. It was brand-new, going back today.
Randi: Why? Because we're not all fancy doctors with fancy salaries.
Frankie: Look, I'm sorry. I'm just trying to help you. I'll pay for it.
Randi: I don't want your money. I don't want your help. Just do me a favor. Go away.
Greenlee: We've done this, Aidan, and I told you I can't go back. I know you and Kendall thought that Zach and I were dead. I know that Zach's forgiven Kendall. I know there are all kinds of reasons why I should get over it, but I can't.
Aidan: You still love me.
Greenlee: I can't forgive you. I don't have it in me.
Aidan: You see, I think you do.
Greenlee: Maybe what I want is impossible. Maybe it doesn't exist. Maybe it doesn't, but even if what I want out of a relationship is some crazy fantasy, I have to believe that it's still possible.
Aidan: Greenlee, you can't control the future.
Greenlee: Yeah, I finally figured that out. But I can't give up on what I want.
Aidan: Listen, we can make it right.
Greenlee: That would involve trust. And I'm fresh out.
Frankie: Let me run to the ATM. I can get some --
Randi: Look, doc, I don't want your money. I don't want your help. I don't ever want to see your face again. We clear?
Frankie: Only if you mean it.
Randi: Stop. Just forget it. We're done. I'm gone. Forget you met me.
Tad: Come on in, J.R. Look at you. Kathy. I know you remember J.R., but this is the first time you ever met him as your big brother.
Kathy: I really have a brother?
J.R.: Yeah, who loves you like crazy. You look good for somebody we almost lost.
Tad: Yeah, what can I say? It's the power of love and chocolate chip cookies --
Tad and J.R.: No nuts.
J.R.: Yep. So, do you like this? Colby wanted you to have it.
Kathy: It's beautiful. Can we play with it?
J.R.: Absolutely. We've got a whole box of furniture here. Where do you want to start?
Kathy: The living room.
J.R.: Living room.
Tad: That's very generous of Colby.
J.R.: Yeah, well, I have two awesome little sisters.
Tad: Well, their older brother's not so bad.
Kathy: Daddy, will you help us?
Tad: I thought you'd never ask.
J.R.: It's almost like Mom's here.
Tad: She is.
J.R.: I'll always look after my little sister.
Tad: I never doubted it for a minute.
J.R.: All right, all right.
Erica: So, do you have more good news, I hope?
Jack: I sure do. It's about Carmen. A judge saw Erica's show and has decided, after reading my motion, in his infinite wisdom, to grant you a new trial.
Erica: Oh, Jack, that's fabulous.
Jack: Oh, yes.
Carmen: It can't be. Stuff like this doesn't happen to me.
Jack: Well, I guess it does because it has. Now while your case is in review, the judge also decided that while you're awaiting a new trial, you should be out on bail. You're going to be a free woman, Carmen.
Erica: Oh, Carmen, I'm so happy for you.
Carmen: Free to walk where I want, eat and sleep where I want, free. Thank you. It's because of you. You did this.
Erica: No, we did this.
Carmen: Thank you. Thank you, thank you. I don't know what to say or what to do. I don't know how to thank you.
Erica: You can thank me by just living the life you want to live. So, Jack, what? What do we do next? What do we need to do?
Jack: There's some conditions to the bail. Now, we're going to need two things, Carmen. One is a job and the other is an address.
Carmen: I'm short on both.
Erica: Well, maybe not. Listen, is it ok if Carmen would come and live at my home and work for me?
Jack: You are as generous as you are gorgeous, but unfortunately you are also a convicted felon, and it would be a violation of the terms. However, I'm sure we'll figure something out.
Erica: Yeah, darn right we're going to figure something out, because you're going to have a new beginning of a lifetime, and I'm going to be with you every step of the way.
Carmen: You are totally amazing. Isn't she amazing?
[Knocking at the door]
Man: How you doing there, baby love? How's it going? How was the ice cream?
Randi: Stop. Ow, you're hurting me.
Man: Who the hell was that guy? And why were you talking to him?
Randi: Just stop. Fletcher, you're hurting me.
Jesse: I took the job.
Carmen: You really think you can help me set up?
Erica: Oh, Carmen, we're just getting started.
Jack: Carmen, you better hold on. Erica never does anything halfway. I want to keep these wheels turning, so I'm going to excuse myself, ok?
Carmen: Thank you.
Jack: You're welcome.
Carmen: I will completely and totally make this up to you. Whatever you need, wherever I am, you just ask and I will do it.
Erica: You just be happy, Carmen. Just find success, whatever that means to you.
Carmen: It used to mean not paying my rent late. I'm not sure anymore.
Erica: Well, then, we're just going to find out together.
Carmen: I'm going to do everything right. I'm going to make you so proud of me.
Erica: Well, I am already so proud of you, Carmen. And you know what? I think that I may just have the job for you, because I know someone who could really use your particular skills, someone who owes me an enormous favor.
Adam: If you hate me so much, should I expect you to pack your bags and move out again?
Colby: I don't want to move out. I came to Pine Valley to get to know you, but you don't make it easy.
Adam: Isn't it enough that I love you, that I give you anything you want?
Colby: I want a father who doesn't lie, who doesn't hurt people. Every time I think I can trust you, you do something horrible.
Adam: You want warm fuzzies and bubble gum? Run to Tad.
Colby: I'm not running. I'm staying for now. Dad, please. You're losing J.R. Don't lose me.
Adam: How can I prevent that?
Colby: I've seen who you can be, and I want a real relationship with that good side of you. You owe me that. If you don't think you can do it, let me know, and I'll leave like everyone else has.
Aidan: I could never be just a friend to you, Greenlee.
>> On the next "All My Children" --
Ryan: Is something wrong?
Jake: There's been a complication. I discovered a problem on your CT scan.
Jack (to Greenlee): Why don't you give Aidan another chance?
Annie: I want you to get Greenlee out of my life.
Richie: Would you like me to kill her for you, Annie?
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