All My Children Transcript Thursday 7/17/08
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Annie: That's not my wedding ring. It can't be. Wait a second. Oh, my God, it is. Thank you. I lost it. I was so scared to tell Ryan. How did you --
Zach: You told Kendall you were having it cleaned.
Annie: Yeah, because I was covering for the fact that I'm an idiot, and I lost it.
Zach: There are four pawn shops in Pine Valley. And the guy behind the counter described you perfectly.
Annie: No, you're wrong. Why would I pawn my own wedding ring?
Zach: I don't know. I was wondering the same thing. It probably had something to do without needing a lot of money and not wanting Ryan to know about it, so it was probably about Richie. What was it?
Ryan: I thought that was you.
Tad: Hey. Ahoy, matey.
Ryan: You taking up a new hobby?
Tad: No, I know. This a surprise for Kathy. Do you know what one of the all-time great things about being a father is? You get to play with all the stuff you claimed to have bought for your children. Hey, I heard about you saving Greenlee.
Ryan: Well, that -- yeah, yeah I was lucky that I was out for a walk and just happened to see her.
Tad: It's got nothing to do with it.
Ryan: What, luck?
Tad: Yeah. It wasn't her time, man. You were there for a reason.
Ryan: Yeah, maybe you're right. Maybe you're right. I got all my memory back. Right then, when I was rushing out to save her, it all just came flooding back to me like these doors opened, and I just got all of it back, everything.
Greenlee: Is Ryan ok? Because from the look on your face --
Kendall: No, no, no, Ryan -- he's fine. He's fine.
Greenlee: Oh, thank God, because he's officially me hero of heroes right now. Kendall, you cannot believe how scary it was. One minute I was sailing along, and the next thing you know, I'm on the dock all blurry and bleary with Ryan looking down on me with the fear of God in his eyes. I mean, it would have been right up my karmic alley to survive bomb shelter hell only to die, because I didn't duck while making a left turn on a sailboat.
Kendall: Greenlee. I --
Greenlee: Wham, I was out. I got to tell you, my sailing days may be over. Why tempt fate?
Kendall: Ryan remembers, Greenlee.
Greenlee: What do you mean remembers?
Kendall: Well, uh, somehow on the trip to save your life, his memory came back.
Greenlee: What? All of it?
Kendall: You love Greenlee. You do. Yeah. All of it.
Fletcher: Hey, yo, buddy, officer, I got an urgent call on my machine to come by and talk to the chief. Where is he?
Jesse: He's right behind you. Thanks for coming in so quickly, Mr. Parks.
Fletcher: Yeah, well, I was coming down anyway. I've got someone being released today. I'm here to pick her up.
Jesse: Randi Morgan?
Jesse: Oh, she's gone, out the back just a few minutes ago.
Fletcher: Catch you later.
Jesse: Not so fast, Casanova. We've got a few things to talk about first.
Randi: Oh, ok, this all makes sense. Police Chief Daddy let me out the back so you can meet me in secret. Does Dr. Mommy know?
Frankie: My dad let you out the back so your pimp boyfriend wouldn't beat you again. He doesn't even know I'm here.
Randi: Yeah, right.
Frankie: Look, I found out where you were getting released through the desk sergeant.
Randi: Yeah, well, I'm sorry you went through all the trouble. Excuse me.
Frankie: Hey, Randi, listen. This is not a game. Fletcher's going to be coming after you. He's going to want to make you pay for all the trouble you caused him.
Randi: Yeah, well, at least, I know what to expect with him. Your mom sounded like she was going to slice my throat the other day.
Frankie: Yeah, well, if you would have stuck around, you would have heard her apologize. She regrets what she said.
Randi: Yeah, and I'm sure she was going to throw me a party, too.
Frankie: Well, no party, but it's better than turning a trick and getting yourself busted.
Randi: Occupational hazard. But as you can see, I'm out now. So if you don't mind, doc, I've got to make up for some lost earnings.
Frankie: Listen, hey, hey, hey. How about I buy some of your time? What's the going rate? 100 bucks?
Randi: Well, now you're talking my language. That'll do for a start, but I don't do hallways, so why don't we find a room?
Frankie: Sure. Let's go.
Fletcher: What's your problem, man?
Jesse: You came to my house today.
Fletcher: So the old lady wasn't bluffing. Her old man is the chief.
Jesse: I don't like people coming to my house making threats.
Fletcher: I wasn't making threats. I was looking for my girl.
Jesse: She ain't your girl anymore. And I ain't playing with you. You're whylin out. You're doing your little dirty deeds in my town. You know what? That stops right now. So you pack your little duffle bag on wheels, the one you pull behind you, and you take it somewhere else. You hear me?
Fletcher: Ooh, PV has a tough guy for head cop now. Is that it, huh?
Jesse: I tell you what's it. You're under arrest.
Fletcher: Yeah? Huh? Oh, yeah? For what? You've got nothing on me. What do you charge me with?
Jesse: Being dumb as a sack of hammers. No worry, I'll think of a few more charges while you chill out in the back contemplating your relocation plans.
Fletcher: You can't do this.
Jesse: Oh, I thought I could. Stick him in six. I'll be back after lunch.
Zach: What did he want, Annie? Why did you pay him off?
Annie: Why are you doing this to me? Haven't I been through enough? Haven't we all been through enough? Why are you coming at me like this?
Zach: I'm not coming at you, I'm trying to help you.
Annie: By interrogating me?
Zach: I didn't want the people that I care about to be hurt any more than they already have been.
Annie: Just leave this alone, Zach.
Zach: Yeah, well, I can't do that. When we found you in Richie's room, and you're knocked out, I don't know, it bothered me. Why would you be there? Why would you come to that room after everything that he put you through?
Annie: To spare a trial. I've told you this before.
Zach: You sold your ring. We found Richie had a whole lot of money in his pocket. So what, he was blackmailing you?
Annie: Please, stop this.
Zach: What is it? What did Richie have over you? What did he have that you don't want to tell me?
Ryan: You got yours?
Ryan: All right.
Tad: You know, I'm happy for you.
Ryan: Oh, thanks.
Tad: No really, it had to be tough.
Ryan: That is an understatement.
Tad: How does it feel?
Ryan: Just great. It feels like I can breathe again. It feels like a truck-load of frustration has totally disappeared.
Tad: Yeah, I've been there. Something similar happened to me. Although, where I was concerned, it wasn't as simple as, you know, misplacing a few years of my life. I thought I was somebody else entirely.
Ryan: A wine mogul, wasn't it?
Tad: A long story. My point is it's easier for me than it is for you, you know? When I came to, I just felt like, you know, I'd been dreaming the entire thing. I wasn't pounding my head against the wall for a long time trying to figure out where I misplaced the last part of my life. It had to be hell.
Ryan: It was. It was getting worse and worse, actually. It's amazing how people, you know, ask for a blank slate in life so they can start over fresh. They have no idea at all what that really means. Although, I guess there are some benefits to not remembering certain things.
Tad: That'd be right on time for Annie, though, I imagine.
Ryan: Yeah, she's thrilled. She's totally relieved. That whole mess with her brother, she was, you know, that was hard for her. She had to deal with that, she had to deal with me not remembering. Not remembering our marriage, not remembering our kids. That didn't make it any easier.
Tad: Well, Richie's gone, and you're back. Things are where they're supposed to be.
Ryan: It's been you. Greenlee, it's been you. I love you. I love you, Greenlee.
Tad: Ryan? Right?
Ryan: Yes. Yeah, things are exactly where they're supposed to be. Come on, let's do this thing. Let's play.
Tad: Play? No, no, no, no. It's simple, baby. With machines this fine, one races. It's like being a yachtsman without all the throwing up. What do you say? Up for a little healthy competition?
Ryan: All right, bring it on, Cap'n. Don't hurt anybody.
Greenlee: Oh, my God. This is great. Why didn't Ryan tell me?
Kendall: Well, he was probably pretty overwhelmed, and, I mean, concerned about you. You could've drowned, for God's sake.
Greenlee: Well, I know, but -- so this is for real? Not just more bits and pieces like he's been getting? It's, like, the whole four years? The whole enchilada?
Kendall: Uh, yeah. Greenlee, he also remembers --
Greenlee: This is amazing. Don't you see? Everything is falling into place for everyone. Me and Aidan, you and Zach, and now Ryan and Annie. Everyone's going to be happy again.
Kendall: No, Greenlee, they're not.
Ryan: Are you kidding me? A five-year-old is supposed to be able to control these things?
Tad: Stop whining. Come on. Emma can probably kick your butt on 80% of the video games you got at home. At least I hope she can, because Kathy owns me on all the ones we've got.
Ryan: Hey, how's it going not being in the P.I. business anymore?
Tad: I don't know. Going pretty good so far, I guess. It hasn't been that long. On the other hand, I was supposed to be doing this with Kathy, but she's at camp. Yep, that was my grand plan, to spend all the time I could with my kids.
Ryan: What happens when they move out of the house and they go off to school? What then? Will you write the next great American novel or something?
Tad: Not me. I'd probably go nuts. Spend all that time by myself in front of a computer. The truth is I have absolutely no idea what I'm going to do. In any case, it looks like you got your turning problem solved.
Ryan: Yeah, one more lap around here, and I'll be ready to race. You do have an incredible family, Tad. I mean, you and Krystal, you seem really happy. That's one of the most important things, right? Having a partner to spend the rest of your life with.
Tad: I'm a lucky man.
Tad: No question about it. Ok, enough practice time. Come on, let's get it back to the ladder here. And then it's once around the old -- one of those beach balls, and that determines who wins the Martin regatta. Care to make it interesting?
Ryan: Yeah, you going to spot me a couple seconds.
Tad: No, I'm just as new at this as you are.
Ryan: Ok, then I'm only going in for 50.
Tad: Deal. You know, after I got that whole Ted Orsini fiasco sorted out, I started asking myself a lot of questions, you know, about my life, decisions that I've made. Is that happening to you?
Ryan: Are you kidding me? Yeah, it's happening to me. I thought getting my memory back would sort of explain everything. Help me understand all this weird stuff that I was feeling, but all it's really done is made everything more complicated.
Greenlee: What do you mean? Why won't everything be good again?
Kendall: How could you say that Annie is good for Ryan after everything that she's done?
Greenlee: Hey, she's been through a lot.
Kendall: What? Greenlee, Annie broke into your apartment. I mean, she got into your face and warned you to stay the hell away from Ryan, as if she can dictate who his friends were.
Greenlee: I know, but look at all the pressure she's been under. A brother from hell, husband not even remembering knowing her, much less loving her. I mean, that's some crazy stuff.
Kendall: I'm sorry, that's no excuse.
Greenlee: Kendall, you may be able to pull that with other people, but not with me. We both know all the whacko things you and I have done over a whole lot less.
Kendall: Ok, well, Annie sold Zach up the river.
Greenlee: What do you mean?
Kendall: She told Jesse Hubbard that Zach was the one who beat Richie up.
Kendall: Yes, exactly. So excuse me if I'm not on the rah-rah Annie wagon.
Greenlee: You mean she deliberately went to Jesse and made Zach look guilty?
Kendall: Ok, remember when I called you, and I told you that Jesse was at Fusion questioning Annie? Well, she thought that she would add Zach to the suspect list.
Greenlee: Well, he was already on the suspect list.
Kendall: Well, fine, so then Annie bumped him straight to the top.
Greenlee: Wait, how did Annie know that Zach beat Richie up?
Kendall: Richie told her.
Greenlee: Well, I'm sure that Zach covered his tracks. So it's just, like, a dead man's word against --
Kendall: Wait a minute, wait a -- what, what, what? I cannot believe that you are defending her.
Greenlee: I just want everything back the way it was.
Kendall: Well, you know what? Not with her around. We should fire her ass and get her the hell away from Fusion.
Greenlee: Oh, my God. Kendall, what's really going on? What are you not telling me?
Zach: Talk to me.
Annie: Please, Zach. Richie is gone. Ryan and I are finally going to be happy. He has his memory back and he's --
Annie: You didn't hear?
Annie: Greenlee had a sailing accident and Ryan saved her. And somehow, I don't know, the adrenaline rush or whatever, it brought Ryan's memory back. So Ryan and I finally have a chance to have a future, so please, please, stop pressing me about the past.
Zach: I consider you one of my friends. I don't want to hurt you.
Annie: Even after I sold you out to Jesse?
Zach: I don't care about that. There's a lot of pressure on you, I get it. Now, Richie's gone, but we all still live with the consequences. All of us. I'm going to ask you one more time. Tell me the truth. Did you give Richie the money that you got from pawning your ring?
Annie: Yes. God help me, I did.
Jesse: Hey, baby. Sorry I'm late.
Angie: Oh, it's ok, sweetheart.
Jesse: Oh, look at you.
Angie: Did you see Frankie today?
Angie: He left early. Listen, Jesse, I know that it was the right thing to do telling him about Randi getting arrested, but I am so worried that he's going to get himself mixed up with --
Jesse: Don't you even worry about that Fletcher character. You know why? He's not coming after Frankie or anybody else. I locked him up. And he's going to stay locked up until he gets a lawyer to yell at me or something. And after that, he's out of here for good.
Angie: What about the girl?
Jesse: I released her this morning. Baby, look, Frankie's got a good head on his shoulders. He's going to make the right choices. At least he's not going to do anything scandalous like bring her home for Sunday dinner like you did to your parents with me.
Angie: No, he just brought her straight home to bed.
Jesse: Oh, come on. We both know that he was just trying to save her, keep her safe. He's got a big heart like his mother.
Angie: Jesse, you've seen this girl. She's beautiful and obviously willing. You know, that's part of the job description. And you should see the way Frankie looks at her. I mean, do you really think you know him well enough to say to me that there is no way he's going to fall for her? No, I take that back. That he hasn't already fallen for her?
Randi: So, here's how it works, doc. The clock starts as soon as we enter the room. You have thirty minutes. So, what's your pleasure?
Frankie: I just want to talk.
Randi: Like dirty talk? Is that what turns you on, Dr. Hubbard? Hmm? Because I can be as nasty as you want me to be. Or I can be really sweet and innocent like an angel. You tell me.
Frankie: I just want to know more about you.
Randi: That kind of talk is not on the menu.
Frankie: What drives you to -- what drives you to do this? What drives you back to Fletcher? You keep going back for more and all he does is hurt you.
Randi: I can't tell you that.
Randi: Because I don't exist. I'm your fantasy come true, Frankie. I'm everything that you want me to be. That's what you bought. That's what they all buy. So, I can be whatever you want, whenever, but in 25 minutes, I disappear.
Tad: I can't believe it.
Tad: I cannot believe it. You are such a hustler.
Tad: Once a con artist, always a con artist.
Ryan: What are you talking about? That was beginner's luck. I'm usually horrible at stuff like this.
Tad: Is this thing jammed?
Ryan: Yours is broken, right? No, ask Greenlee. I'm usually horrible. She usually kicks my butt at, like, all video games and stuff like this. I'm telling you, she is something. Anyway, what do you think? Come on, two out of three.
Tad: Sure, why not take advantage of the village idiot?
Tad: Let me ask you a question.
Tad: Do you believe in destiny?
Ryan: As in a bad pick-up line?
Tad: Oh, come on. Not that I haven't used that on more than one occasion myself. Answer the question.
Ryan: What, you think, you're asking me if I think life is pre-planned or we can't change it?
Tad: No, no, no, that's faith. I'm talking about destiny. I'm talking about somebody or something behind the scenes making sure things come off, you know? Well, we have certain choices. Everything's supposed to happen for a reason. You know, maybe it's just because of what I went through lately, but I'm beginning to be a firm believer in it, except for you beating me with this little remote controlled IQ test, man. This is definitely dumb luck.
Ryan: What you are saying, Tad? You say there's a reason that I spaced out on four years of my life, and then got it all back?
Tad: I'm saying terrible things happen, no doubt about it. But you stick with things long enough, the reason it happens becomes clear. You know? Take getting shot. You and I both know how much that stinks, but in my case that amounted to me getting Kathy back. And I don't care what anybody says, I have my daughter back. That's worth surviving all the bullets in the world. I'm saying, my friend, I hope you don't waste too much time worrying about decisions you've already made.
Ryan: Actually, I'm more concerned about decisions I'm about to make.
Annie: Richie said he'd rather die than go back to prison. He told me all these horrible stories about what it was like. Seven years being locked in this hellhole, and things that they would do to him, and it was all because of me that he was there.
Zach: So you put up his bail?
Annie: Yes, I did it out of guilt, but I didn't think that he would actually make bail. Not with those charges against him.
Zach: But he did make it.
Annie: I know, because he had proof that I lied at his last trial. Well, then, a little after that Richie came to me and he said he wanted more money. He wanted to skip town. He didn't want to risk getting convicted, so -- so, I went to the motel with the money. I just wanted this over, Zach. I stood on that witness stand, and I stared out at all of these faces of people that he hurt. And they were people that I care about. And their lives were destroyed because of me. I mean, you and Greenlee were stuck in that hole because of me. J.R. got sick. Babe was kidnapped. Everybody got hurt, and it was my fault, because my brother came to this town because of me.
Zach: You're not responsible for what he did.
Annie: What about what I did to him? If I hadn't helped him, he wouldn't have been able to run, and he'd still be alive. My brother is dead because of me.
Kendall: Annie has shown that she's unstable. She's bad news for Ryan and for all of us.
Greenlee: Don't you think you should cut her some slack? I mean, hello, her psycho brother's running all over town and nobody believed her warnings. And then Ryan loses his memory.
Kendall: Ryan has done everything he could to make Annie happy.
Greenlee: What would you do if Zach suddenly stopped remembering who you were?
Kendall: I don't know. Maybe -- maybe you're more forgiving than I am.
Greenlee: Yeah, I know. You like it? It's a new me. Kendall, out on that boat before I got hit, I had an epiphany. I realized that my life was too much about the anger. And I knew that if I was ever going to be truly, truly happy, I had to let it go. I had to dig deep down and find trust and total forgiveness, and I have found it. I forgave Aidan, and we're back together again. And I found it with you, too.
Kendall: What are you saying? That you forgive me for what I did? Do you really mean it, Greenlee? You're forgiving me? Greenlee, thank you. You have no idea how much that means to me.
Greenlee: You know, it's not that I didn't understand, in my head, what went down between you and Aidan. I mean, it didn't make it any better, but I can understand how it happened. It's just that, in my heart, I couldn't think about it without tensing up and wanting to scream at anyone or anything, and it was taking over. So I had to let it go. Now, if I can do that, can't you let go of your anger towards Annie?
Kendall: Greenlee, this is so much more complicated.
Greenlee: Listen, Kendall, like I keep telling you, and you refuse to keep listening, everything is back the way that it should be. Even the man responsible for sealing Zach and me in that stupid bomb shelter is gone, and now Ryan has his memory back. So everything is perfect again. He loves Annie. His feelings for me were like just silly remnants of the past, something to hold on to when he didn't have anything else. He and Annie belong together, just like you and Zach do, and Aidan and I.
Kendall's voice: Ryan, you can't be with Annie if you don't love her.
Ryan: What do you want me to do? You want me to go to Greenlee and tell her the truth, and try to blow up her relationship with Aidan? Because I am not going to do that. I'm not.
Kendall: All right, but what if she wants you to?
Ryan: What if she doesn't? And, no, no, Kendall, you cannot say anything about this, ok? Promise me you will not say anything.
Kendall: Ok. All right, but I -- I think you're making a huge mistake.
Ryan: No, I'm doing what's right for everybody. That's what I'm doing.
Kendall: So, you've really moved on? I mean, this is what you want?
Greenlee: Of course, it is. Give Annie a chance.
Kendall: And you're happy?
Greenlee: Over the moon.
Kendall: Ok, well, then I'm happy, too.
Zach: Then what happened? You gave Richie the money. Why would he hit you?
Annie: He said he wanted more. Then I told him I couldn't. I told him Ryan would find out that I was helping him. And then I -- I started screaming because I was so angry at what he had done at court, outing me like that. And then, and then he just went crazy. He started calling me an ungrateful bitch. So, I went to leave, and I turned around, and then everything went black. God, Zach, Ryan and I have a chance to be so happy. I just don't want him to hate me. Please.
Zach: Hey, come on. I told you I'm your friend. Go on, look at me. All right. Now you've got that out of your system. Now tell me what really happened.
Tad: You know something? You just had a life-changing experience. What's wrong with just, you know, kicking back? Let things happen to you as they happen to you.
Ryan: Because I have choices that I have to make, and those choices are going to affect the people that I care about.
Tad: Want to hear a hospital story? Actually, don't answer that. I'm going to tell you anyway. When I was in recovery, floating along with Mr. Morphine, I kept hearing this song in my head. "Que sera, sera," do you know it?
Ryan: Yeah, I know it.
Tad: "What will be, will be," huh? What's going to happen is going to happen, you know? Why not take a deep breath? You've earned it. Just relax. Don't force it, don't make any decisions you don't have to just yet. Let life bring things to you, you know? All right, ready, set, go. Just don't run over my boat this time.
Ryan: What are you talking about? "Que sera, sera." You know, whatever happened to destiny? You're going to win. If I lose this, you're going in.
Tad: Not a chance, baby. It's 50 bucks.
Angie: Yes, we both know that Frankie is a level-headed young man. But the truth be told, he's gone through some things that neither one of us knows about. You know, he speaks very little of his time in the service? What it was like being in Iraq. And then coming home and camping out in the woods the way he did? Jesse, neither one of us could have predicted he'd behave like that.
Jesse: Well, we all deal with our problems in our own little ways. And he is a grown man, baby. You keep treating him like a teenager, he's going to have every right to act like one.
Angie: I asked him if he was in love with her.
Jesse: If he's in love with her? The boy ain't known the girl but two days.
Angie: I know. I still had to ask.
Jesse: What did he say?
Angie: Same thing you did. That he was just trying to help her.
Jesse: Well, take him at his word. And if he makes mistakes --
Jesse and Angie: Let him make them on his own.
Jesse: Look at us.
Angie: You know, it's really funny, you can raise children and know them all their lives and still not predict what they might do. And you've been gone a long 20 years, and it's like we've never been apart.
Jesse: We never have been apart, baby. You always been here, and you always will be. One more time.
Randi: Is this your first time? I meant, with a hooker.
Frankie: Why won't you tell me your story?
Randi: Why won't you shut up and get undressed?
Frankie: Because I'm not here for sex.
Randi: You are into girls, aren't you?
Frankie: Look, I'm here for educational purposes. I want to know what makes Randi tick.
Randi: You know what makes me tick. You paid at the door.
Frankie: There's more to you than, what, 100 bucks for 30 minutes of getting sweaty?
Randi: You're absolutely right. And you're going to see every single part of me.
Frankie: Help me understand this, all right? You let men pay you for sex, but you won't tell me anything about yourself?
Randi: They, uh, they just don't pay me for the sex, doc. They pay me to leave afterwards.
Frankie: Randi, you're so smart. And you're beautiful. Damn. But you can be anything you want to be. Randi, you can do anything you want to do. Why this?
Randi: You know what? I'm done. I can take a lot of crap, but this I don't need.
Frankie: But what about the 25 minutes I got left?
Randi: Penalized for being a jerk.
Frankie: Randi, I'm just trying to help you. Randi, wait.
Randi: Get off of me! Move away from the door, or so help me God, I will scream my head off.
Frankie: I'm not going to do that.
Randi: What? Move.
Frankie: Stop, no. Not until you talk to me.
Randi: Why do you care anyway?
Frankie: Because I do, Randi.
Randi: Get out of my life. Stop. I hate you, I hate you, I hate you. Just get the hell out of my life.
Frankie: It does not have to be this way.
Randi: What do you know? What do you know about anything? What's wrong with you? You stupid? You don't get it. No one can help me, not even you.
Jesse: Now you've got me thinking.
Angie: About Frankie?
Jesse: Yeah. Maybe I need to spend a little time with him a little more. You know, get to know him better.
Angie: Yeah, maybe get to know --
Jesse: How he feels about that girl for real? Yeah, I got you. All right, all right, if it comes up I'll ask him about her.
Angie: Thank you.
Jesse: You're welcome. Maybe I'll take him to dinner tonight.
Angie: Oh, he'd like that.
Jesse: Yeah. I'll call him from work. Hey, lunch look good.
Angie: Mm-hmm. So do you. I'm pork chopping you.
Jesse: You what?
Angie: So, uh, what time do you have to get back?
Jesse: I'm the boss, baby. I ain't got to get back if I don't want to get back.
Angie: Now, see? That's what I like, a man with power.
Greenlee: I've got to head over to ConFusion. I promised Amanda yesterday that I'd pick up some quarterlies for approval. Hey, it's going to be good again. I promise.
Kendall: Yeah. Because you just made it that way.
Jesse: That was amazing. You are dangerous, you know that?
Angie: So, where you going?
Jesse: Baby, baby, listen, I got to get back to work.
Angie: Jesse, yeah, but you said you were the man with the power.
Jesse: I will call if Frankie's good for dinner, ok? Yeah, I know.
Jesse: I know. I'll, uh, I'll make it seem like I'm not asking, ok? How's that?
Angie: No, I was about to say that I love you.
Jesse: You got tricks.
Angie: And, uh, tuck your shirt in, Chief.
Jesse: I ain't. I'm going to tell the whole world what we did. My wife's a freak.
Randi: Are you going to let me out of here, or do I have to start screaming?
Frankie: I'm leaving. I've arranged for a place for you to stay for awhile. Fletcher won't find you there. You should be safe. There's also some job placement information ready for you, if and when you decide to go. But I'm not going to push anything further. So, the rest is up to you.
Zach: Hey, Annie. Not yet. What happened? After what Richie did to you in court, there's no way you're going to bail him out, set him free. Just let him disappear. Come on. There was something else. What was it? You're a smart woman. You knew he was coming back. And he was blackmailing you, wasn't he? So, what was it? What did he have over you?
Richie's voice: Tell him, sis. Tell him the reason I was blackmailing you. Tell him you've been lying to Ryan all this time. Tell him you took that lug wrench and you crushed my skull in. Come on, sis. Tell him.
Annie: I have to tell -- I want to tell -- oh, God, Zach, I --
Richie's voice: Tell him, tell him, tell him.
Greenlee: Latest inventory in here as well?
Greenlee: Thank you.
Greenlee: Ryan. Kendall told me.
Ryan: What? What -- what do you mean?
Greenlee: She told me everything.
[Greenlee hugs Ryan]
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