All My Children Transcript Wednesday 7/23/08
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Reporter: Erica! Erica!
Erica: Thank you, no more pictures. Not right now.
Erica: Hello? Oh, Jack. Hi. Oh, Jack, that's so sweet of you to call to check in, but right now, I mean, I -- I just need some time to be alone. I'm fine, really. I just need some alone time. Just to get back to being me. Ok. All right, thank you. Bye.
Erica: With love, Jackson.
Erica: I'm free.
Krystal: Adam, what are you doing here?
Adam: Making sure you kept your promise.
Krystal: I haven't told anyone that Colby ran down Richie Novak.
Krystal: But you cannot keep me from telling Tad.
Jesse: You again.
Tad: Yeah. But this time I brought doughnuts. You know what they say.
Jesse: I don't eat doughnuts.
Tad: Be that way. More for me, then. So, how's the Novak case going?
Jesse: Actually, it's not going anywhere, right now, Tad.
Tad: Really? Well, at least you know how he died.
Jesse: No. I don't know how he died at all.
Tad: Ok. Well, let me put it this way. You're too damn good at your job not to be thinking something, so why don't you tell your best friend all about your new prime suspect?
Pete's voice: I know how hard this is for you. We need to do this. So as of today, it never happened. We commit to this. Do it right. Colby, Cass, Dré? And no one will know that you killed Richie Novak.
Annie: Hello? This is Annie Lavery. Thank you for getting back to me so soon. You do have it in stock? And it is completely undetectable, right? Perfect. I'm on my way.
Babe: Sorry I'm late. I couldn't get out of the house. Little A didn't want me to go and the phone was ringing.
Kendall: Hey, Babe, if you want to go home, it's ok.
Babe: Why would I want to do that?
Kendall: Well, this is where Richie grabbed you.
Babe: Yeah, I know. But I'll get over it.
Babe: You know what? I'm lying, ok? It still creeps me out. He really wanted me, and now he's dead.
Kendall: Yeah, and we have no idea who killed him.
Babe: The police are talking to Zach.
Kendall: Don't tell me you think Zach did it.
Zach: What is the problem, Junior? You want some coffee?
J.R.: No, no, thanks. Babe said the cops have been questioning you about Richie Novak's murder.
Zach: And I have been giving them answers.
J.R.: You came through for me with an alibi. When I kidnapped Richie, I just assumed that I would stop by to see if you needed some backup.
Zach: That's nice. Now, why are you really here?
Erica: For the thousandth time, Pam, I forgive you. Yes, I was angry when I found out that you were working for my sorry replacement, but you can make it up to me. You can clear out that loser, no-talent bimbo's dressing room. Because Erica Kane is back. And this is going to be the best new beginning we have ever had.
Babe: No, Kendall, I don't think that Zach killed Richie. You know what -- I mean, if he did, I would buy him a drink. Maybe several. In fact, I probably would have a few myself while I was at it.
Kendall: Well, I remember how hard it was for me to come back after --
Babe: You know what, Kendall? You don't have to say it. After J.R. almost killed you when he meant to kill me.
Kendall: I shouldn't have brought it up.
Babe: I hated J.R. back then, too. But we have come a long way since then.
Kendall: Didn't you move back in with him?
Babe: Well, sort of. I moved back into the mansion, but we're staying in separate bedrooms, so --
Kendall: So you are taking it slow.
Babe: We are trying to get things right again. You know, J.R.'s been nothing but respectful and understanding, and I almost want to say mature.
Kendall: Mature? Wow. No. Well, maybe. Those are not just words I would put in the same sentence with J.R., that's for sure.
Babe: Yeah, it's true. You know, I think he finally understands that he just needs to be patient. You know? We're making it work again. We're trying to make our way back to each other. But it's just going to take time.
J.R.: You know, I've been more involved with Chandler ever since my father --
Zach: Got dragged to the nut house. I do read the papers. What do you want?
J.R.: The point is, we have a lot in common. You and I are both businessmen. Family men. We both understand the importance of planning for our future.
Zach: You came here to talk shop?
J.R.: To compare notes. To trade ideas.
Zach: On how to take down your dad. So much for family.
Adam: Well, obviously I was mistaken in confiding in you.
Krystal: Why? Because I questioned your methods? Adam, somebody damn well better.
Adam: Tad Martin would do it differently, is that it?
Krystal: Oh, please, please, don't make this a contest between you and Tad. Tad loves Colby like she's his own.
Adam: Well, she isn't.
Adam: I am sure your sanctimonious husband would love to pressure Colby into doing the right thing and turning yourself in to his good buddy, the chief of police.
Krystal: When I talk to Tad, I'm going to explain to him.
Adam: No, no. One word to Tad -- one word, and my daughter will get a life sentence.
Tad: Last time I was here, you were thinking that Novak's death wasn't as simple as a straight up hit and run.
Jesse: Well, we still don't know the exact cause of death.
Tad: You don't know the exact cause of death. Well, jinkies, call it a hunch, but I'm guessing blunt head trauma, right?
Jesse: Right. But is it from the car, from the pavement, or from something else?
Tad: At some point he had tire tracks all over his clothes. Tire tracks that happened to match an automobile that was purchased by one Adam Chandler, right?
Jesse: Tad, I have a little bit of work I need to do.
Tad: Come on, don't jerk me around. Did Adam buy the car or didn't he?
Tad: Ok. So when are you going to haul him down here? He bought the car for Colby.
Tad: Colby. Colby might have run down Novak?
Jesse: Yeah. And Cassandra might have been riding shotgun.
Tad: Well, my friend, sounds like you had better start at the beginning.
Jesse: Colby and Cassandra, they drove up to Adam's lodge in the mountains for Colby's birthday. They both drive back on Route 77.
Tad: Which is where they found the body.
Jesse: The exact same night they found the body. I questioned Chandler about the car, and he said it was stolen from his garage before anybody in his family could drive it.
Tad: Well, then, how does Adam figure they got up to the lodge?
Jesse: Colby told me that she drove their old car.
Tad: Colby told you? You have already questioned her?
Jesse: Yeah, well, I came home one night, and they were all there. Colby, Cassandra, Dré, and guess who else? Your brother.
Jesse: The lineage in this town is astounding. No, not Jake. Your little brother. The other one.
Tad: Palmer and Opal's kid?
Tad: Little Petey?
Jesse: Pete. Well, he's not so little anymore.
Tad: And because he was hanging with them in the house, you figure he is mixed up in this?
Jesse: Well, he could be, I don't know. But there's no reason for me to believe he was up there at the lodge the same night the girls were.
Tad: Oh, give me a break. We both remember what it is like to be that age. The girls were there. Wait a minute, the girls were there, supposedly. Where were the boys?
Jesse: Not that far behind. You know, when I walked in on them, they clammed up. Just like that. I wanted to think they were just being teenagers, and I was the uncool parent that they wanted gone.
Tad: Well, now something has got you thinking otherwise. Do you want me to talk to Petey or Colby?
Jesse: No, not yet. I need to know a little more.
Tad: My God, you actually think it is possible they killed that kid.
Jesse: Man, I can't even begin to wrap my head around that, man. It just seems they know a lot more than what they're saying.
Tad: So what are you going to do? Are you going to drag them down here for questioning?
Jesse: It's already tough enough dealing with this as a father and a friend. I'm only going to be a cop if I have to. I mean, I am more concerned about their safety.
Tad: Their safety? What are you saying? There's nobody at Pine Valley that's going to cross the street to avenge a guy like Richie Novak.
Jesse: Yeah, but you got a kid that thinks they committed murder. Even accidentally, they could do something really extreme, man, which is why I got one of my undercover guys keeping an eye on the girls, just in case something funky goes down.
Tad: That's a good idea.
Jesse: Yeah. I think it's a lot better than calling them in here, right?
Tad: Well, for now. In the meantime, you and I had better start looking for something that gets them off.
Jesse: Yeah, we'd better find something that gets them off.
Tad: If you want my advice, you should go back to Adam. See if you can shake something loose.
Jesse: Yeah, well, Adam has got somebody backing up his story.
Jesse: You want to know?
Carl: So let's talk steps.
Carl: Ok. First step is, stay away from Erica Kane.
Samuel: Excuse me?
Carl: I said, stay away from Erica Kane. You wanted me to be frank with you, so --
Samuel: About the campaign, Carl.
Carl: Sam, you're running for a seat in the United States Senate. People need to know that you're focused on the issues.
Samuel: As opposed to what?
Carl: As opposed to a celebrity who has been divorced 10 times.
Samuel: Ok, take that for second. Now, the last time Erica and I did an interview, you know what, Carl? My points went up.
Carl: Now, that's true. That's true. Of course, that was before you used your pull to have her released early after you fought like hell to have her locked up in the first place. I mean, just think for a second. What would happen if the two of you became an item? Women can make or break a campaign. You know that, Sam. I mean, a true love story, that's one thing. Like you know, before your wife passed away.
Samuel: Carl, my wife is off limits, and you know that.
Carl: Sorry, sorry, that was my bad. All I am saying is, Erica Kane represents this huge and really unnecessary wild card that you're throwing into the mix. Samuel, the voters need to know that you're completely committed to serving them.
Samuel: I hear that. And maybe the voters are ready to grow up. Maybe they're ready to realize we are human and our struggles are not that different from theirs. I care deeply about the environment. I care deeply about the economy. I care about social justice. And I also care about being a good father and a good example to my son, and you know what that means? That means being who the hell you say you are. Maybe one day, I will be blessed, and I will meet a potential first lady. And when that happens, if it happens, I am not going to hide her. From anybody. But we're far from that right now, Carl, ok? So right now, I want you to focus on the issues.
Erica: Josh, I know how busy you are at work. But I was just hoping you could take off a week or two, so we could get away. I would love it if we could take a trip to Paris to visit your sister. Oh, the whole family. Nothing would make me happier. Bonjour, Bianca. How are you, sweetheart, and how is my beautiful Miranda? I just miss you so much. Oh, honey, I am in my room at the Yacht Club. I am relaxing and rejuvenating. I have already had a massage and right now I'm just finishing up having my nails done. Oh, independence red.
Kendall: Sounds like you and J.R. are back on track.
Babe: You know, for so long, Richie's mind games had me all turned around.
Kendall: Yeah, that psycho actually thought he had a shot with you.
Babe: Well, for a while, it's not like I actually discouraged him.
Kendall: So? He pretended to be a different person.
Babe: You know, even after he admitted to me that he was Annie's brother, he had me convinced that he was the victim. You know, he was this nice guy that was just misunderstood. But deep down, he was just evil.
Annie: Hey, guys. Oh, hey, Annie, how are you doing?
Kendall: She's late. We were supposed to go over the marketing package about an hour ago.
Babe: All right, Kendall.
Annie: No, she's right. She's right. I'll get it.
Kendall: Oh, it's my mom. She's actually a free woman today. I'm going to take this in the lounge. Hey, Mom. Welcome back.
Babe: So, how are you?
Annie: I'm -- I'm ok. I'm good.
Babe: Do you want to talk? Do you need anything?
Annie: I could use a nap, but do not tell Kendall I said that.
Babe: First trimester, I could probably sleep standing up. Oh, are you buying things for the baby?
Annie: Oh, no, no, no, that's actually just for the kids. A little something.
Babe: Yeah, it's hard not to go to the mall and buy it out and just spoil them rotten, you know?
Annie: Yeah, so true. Hey, you know, with work and all these doctor's appointments, I have been desperate for a babysitter. And Corrina has this family thing this week. Do you think Colby would be interested in babysitting? You know, I just thought she was so good with Little A and her goddaughter.
Babe: Yeah, it's just -- it's just Colby's just really going through a hard time lately. There's something going on with her.
Annie: Oh. Is it something bad?
Babe: To tell you the truth, I have no idea what it is.
Annie: Well, sometimes hanging out with a 6-year-old can really put a fresh spin on things, you know? It makes you remember what counts in life.
Babe: You know what? I'm going to give you her number. It can't hurt. Maybe you can figure out what's going on with Colby.
Annie: I'll give it my best shot.
Krystal: I hate this.
Krystal: Lying. Lying to my husband.
Adam: No, you're not lying. All you're doing is withholding some information that's none of his damn business anyway. On the other hand, he might know some things.
Krystal: Excuse me?
Adam: Unless I miss my guess, he'll be working with Jesse Hubbard on this case. And find out what the police know.
Krystal: You want me to spy on my own husband?
Adam: When you use these words they sound so sinister. No, no, no, Krystal. I just want to be apprised of what's going on, that's all.
Krystal: By using me to weasel information out of Tad?
Adam: You want Tad to help Colby, right? This is the way to do it.
Krystal: No. No, I will not do that for you, Adam, I will not spy on my own husband.
Tad: Krystal hasn't said a word to me about Colby or her car.
Jesse: Maybe Adam asked her to keep it quiet.
Tad: Krystal's not going to take orders from Adam or anybody else, for that matter.
Jesse: You know, I can't believe I'm saying this, but I kind of understand where the guy is coming from.
Tad: Well, I guess I do, too. No matter what happens, a father's going to protect his kids.
Jesse: These aren't just any kids, man. I mean, look who their parents are.
Opal: Excuse me. Aren't you Samuel Woods?
Samuel: Yes, ma'am, I am.
Opal: Well. You, sir, deserve a big fat thank you.
Jesse: You've got a Cortlandt kid, you've got a Chandler kid, and we have the kid of Samuel Woods. The guy's about to be a senator.
Tad: Not to mention the daughter of the new chief of police.
Jesse: It's my first case in 20 years. High-profile, possible murder, major players. This is a chance to show this department this chief means business.
Tad: Take a breath, all right? Nobody doubts you or what you're capable of. And with all due respect, maybe this is cutting a little too close to the bone.
Jesse: I'm hating every second of this, man. I mean, Cassandra and I, we got off to a pretty rocky start. Right before the wedding, it kind of felt like things were getting better.
Tad: What do you mean getting better? I thought they got better, didn't they?
Jesse: Yeah, I mean, I still don't know her that well. I sure as hell don't want to get to know her in an interrogation room. You know, the kid's got a new family, a new home. That's a lot for a kid to handle. A lot for her dad, too.
Tad: Yeah, amen to that. So much for the honeymoon. I was thinking, you know, the way things turned out, you marrying Angela and me finding Kathy, it would be smooth sailing for a while. So far, it's anything but.
Annie: Hey, I'm ready to work on any of that marketing stuff whenever you are.
Kendall: Well, I was ready hours ago, now I'm busy.
Annie: Ok. Is there anything else I should get a jump on?
Kendall: Why don't you surprise me? You're good at that.
Annie: Cool. I will be in the lounge.
Babe: Don't you think you're being a little harsh? She's been under a lot of stress lately.
Kendall: Babe, this is way more than stress, ok? Annie broke in to Greenlee's apartment, and she physically attacked her at the hospital.
Babe: What? Is Greenlee ok?
Kendall: Yeah, she's fine. Thank God Annie was still woozy from fainting after she pounced.
Kendall: All right, listen. Just -- ok. Annie just grabbed Greenlee, and she just started ranting and raving how Ryan was hers and to stay away from him. You know, honestly, I think we should fire Annie.
Babe: You're kidding me. Kendall, how well would you handle it if your husband forgot you, you found out that your brother was just killed, and surprise, you're pregnant?
Kendall: I know I should be more understanding, but I'm sorry, I can't be. I will never understand how Annie could just roll over on Zach the way she did.
J.R.: You own Chandler shares. Lots of them.
Zach: But your daddy doesn't know that, does he?
J.R.: There's a lot that my father doesn't know. Look, Slater, we've had our differences.
J.R.: Yeah, well, we've worked together to bring down Novak, we played for the same team. We could again.
Zach: You can't beat your dad. You don't have it in you.
J.R.: You're wrong.
Zach: Not usually.
J.R.: No? Try me.
Babe: Kendall, Annie's our friend.
Kendall: Maybe you didn't see her at the hospital. She was -- she was weird, she was, like, really over-the-top happy and cheery, and she kept going on and on about how she was so in love with Ryan. It was really weird.
Babe: Well, yeah. Ryan fixed it to where he couldn't make a baby, and he made a baby. That would throw me for a loop, too. And -- and not to mention his memory's back now.
Kendall: Yes, I know. And that's great. But -- but his surgery suddenly reversed itself? Now? I mean, right now, when things with Greenlee are --
Babe: Greenlee? I thought she was getting back with Aidan.
Kendall: She is. She is. I just -- I think the timing is strange, that's all.
Babe: Miracles do happen.
Kendall: Yeah, well, this one's a little too convenient for me.
Annie: So, I have to go pick up Emma.
Babe: We'll see you tomorrow?
Annie: Absolutely. And I will be on time. Promise.
Erica: Oh, thank you. Thank you for holding. Would you please make that reservation, that spa day for two? I'm going to surprise my daughter. Yes. Thank you.
Waiter: Miss Kane, should I pour the sparkling cider or keep it on ice until the rest of the party arrives?
Erica: Oh, no, it's just me.
Waiter: No one else is joining you?
Erica: No, not that I know of.
Samuel: You know, I'm sorry. I'm still not sure what you are thanking me for.
Opal: Well, for getting Erica Kane out of the big house. What else?
Samuel: Oh. Well, I made some calls on her behalf, but the truth is, it was Erica's hard work that clinched the deal.
Opal: Well, Mr. Woods, I think you are far too modest. Erica told me about all the things you've been doing, all your hard work.
Samuel: You know Erica personally?
Opal: Yes, as a matter of fact, I am her closest and dearest friend. I am Opal.
Samuel: Oh, I'm sorry. Excuse me. Would -- would you like to sit and join me?
Opal: Well, I'd be delighted. I was just at the Yacht Club, and I was going to drop in on Erica, but the sweet little thing is having herself some well-deserved pampering. So we're going to rendezvous mañana.
Samuel: Good. You ladies must have a lot to catch up on.
Opal: No, not as much as you'd think.
Erica: Everything on the menu sounded so good, I just ordered it all.
Erica: Thank you. What should I try first? The filet mignon, the lobster? Oh, risotto. Mmm. Mmm. I'd forgotten how good risotto is. Oh. This is heaven.
Samuel: So you spoke to Erica often when she was away?
Opal: Oh, sure. I heard you were quite the hero, swooping in to rescue her from solitary confinement.
Samuel: Well, that warden made a big mistake putting her in there.
Opal: I'll say. And then you took Erica back and got locked in. Just the two of you, in that teeny, tiny little cell.
Samuel: Security breach.
Opal: I imagine that. Have you seen Erica since she's been sprung?
Samuel: No. No, I haven't, but I've been -- I've been pretty busy with the campaign.
Opal: Mmm. Well, I don't know much about politics, but I sure know who my vote's for in this race -- Jackson.
Erica: To freedom, and never taking it for granted.
Samuel: Jackson is a very good man.
Opal: Erica's man.
Samuel: They're divorced.
Opal: Oh, honey, no little piece of paper on God's green earth is going to keep those two apart. They're soul mates, even when Erica is, uh, distracted.
Samuel: Opal, I need you to be direct. What are you driving at?
Opal: What I'm driving at is that good friends tell each other everything. So I heard all about the gifts that Erica got from the lady jailbirds. I heard about the fruitcake that held the shiv to her neck. And I heard about your kiss. Do yourself a favor, Mr. Woo. Forget Erica has the hots for you and stay away.
Erica: It's all mine. I can have anything I want. No rules, no limits. I can devour the world.
Zach: I've heard this song before. You want to get away from Adam, the next thing you know you get sucked back in.
J.R.: Not this time. I have a plan.
Zach: You have a plan. Junior has a plan. That's great. Just like -- what? Like your fake kidnapping and your intimate beauty supply --
J.R.: Yeah, those were mistakes.
Zach: Mistakes, right. You know why? Because you don't think things through. And competitors, they know that, and they crush you.
J.R.: I ran Chandler when my father couldn't. Have you seen our numbers lately?
Zach: Yeah, you had a few good weeks, but it's over now. Success takes qualities that you don't have.
J.R.: You don't know what I have.
Zach: It's not enough to want it. You have to be willing to do whatever it takes.
J.R.: I am. For the first time in my life, I know who I am. I'm not afraid of my father, I'm not afraid of anyone. And I'm going to do whatever it takes until I win.
Zach: Keep talking like that, and I might hire you.
J.R.: You're kidding.
Zach: Yeah, I am.
J.R.: But you'll talk to me about the future.
Zach: I don't like your dad, and I don't really know how I feel about you half the time. But with your dad, at least I know what I'm dealing with. You -- you're a loose cannon. I never know what's going to happen.
J.R.: I told you what's going to happen. I'm going to win -- with or without your help.
Tad: We've got our work cut out for us. "Family first," that's my motto.
Jesse: So why are you still here in my office?
Tad: Stop whining, ok? I'm just an unofficial consultant. Tell you the truth, I was, you know, kind of concerned about Krystal, her relationship with Adam, and now I'm worried about you. I mean, it's ridiculous around here. You just got started.
Jesse: Can you believe it? A year ago, I'm skulking around, using fake names, dodging the police. And here I am, chief of police.
Tad: Yeah. They couldn't have found a better man for the job.
Jesse: Don't get me wrong. I truly believe I belong where I am. But the thought of bringing in Cassandra, Colby, man --
Tad: It's the last thing Colby needs. Well, whatever shakes out, we'll handle it, somehow.
Jesse: What about Angela, man? She's already worried enough about me being back on the force. Now she's got to find out about her daughter being in trouble. Oh, God. Then there's Frankie.
Tad: Frankie? What's Frankie got to do with this?
Jesse: Nothing, actually. I mean, it's this girl. This cute little prostitute. Yeah, yeah. She -- she was his patient, and her pimp beat her up, put her in the hospital -- more than once. And Frankie got attached.
Tad: Meaning what?
Jesse: Meaning that he wanted to make sure that she's safe, you know? One night, she didn't have anywhere to go, so he brought her home to our place.
Tad: Oh, Angela must have loved that.
Jesse: Oh, my God. She's already got so much on her plate. The last thing she needs is more stress.
Tad: Now, that's the truth. Whatever you find out, you be honest with Angela. Jesse? I'm serious. You play it straight with your wife, ok? She's too smart for you to do anything else. You and I both know secrets got a way of blowing your family sky-high.
Krystal: Why does your kind of help always involve lying and scheming?
Adam: I'm asking you to do what's right for Colby.
Krystal: No, you are pressuring me into tricking Tad.
Adam: I'm trying to encourage you to make a wise choice, to do what you know in your heart is right.
Krystal: Oh, please, Adam, you never do the right thing.
Adam: Really? That -- that kiss we shared the other night -- that was pretty much right on. How come your cheeks are flushed?
Krystal: Listen, I -- I was out of my mind with fear, and I had a weak moment.
Adam: No, it was as strong as ever.
Krystal: Would you drop it?
Adam: Are you saying I didn't comfort you?
Krystal: Maybe -- maybe a little.
Adam: And, uh, are you saying that, uh, I didn't make you smile?
Adam: And when I finally put my arms around you, that felt good, didn't it? I mean, good?
Krystal: I -- how do I know, Adam? Look, I was thinking about my daughter.
Adam: Face it, Krystal, when it counts, I'm the man you lean on.
Krystal: Adam, when I am vulnerable and out of my mind with fear, and you are the only one around, then yes, sometimes I make the mistake of turning to you. But when I am sane, when I am sane and strong, I get away as far from you as possible.
Adam: Why do you have to deny it? You can't run away, you can't stay away.
Krystal: What? I was dropping Little A off, ok? And I heard that -- that Richie had kidnapped my daughter. That is the only reason why I was anywhere near you.
Adam: But it was great that I was with you. You liked that I was with you, didn't you?
Krystal: You know, it's time for you to leave.
Adam: No, we haven't answered the question we started a few nights ago. When do you and I get another chance? This time, we can make it right, baby.
Krystal: I want you to leave, Adam.
Adam: Ok, kick me out. But you still feel the pull, don't you? Don't -- don't pretend that it doesn't exist.
Krystal: I am not pretending anything.
Adam: Then you admit it.
Krystal: Ok. Of course, Adam, of course. Of course there's a connection. I mean, we were married. But I'm married to Tad.
[Knock on door]
Erica: Oh, Jack, you are so bad. I told you not to.
Zach: You've given me a lot to think about.
J.R.: Not much to think about. The choice is simple. My father's the past, I'm the future.
Zach: I'm not making any decisions just yet.
J.R.: When you come around to it, you know where to find me.
Zach: Hey. We need to talk about Chandler Enterprises. Be ready to improve our position. Yeah, there's going to be a war.
Tad: What's going on?
Krystal: Adam was just leaving. He, uh, came here to talk about Colby.
Tad: The stolen car? Why didn't you tell me?
Krystal: Because it was no big deal. What?
Tad: I'm just wondering why you're keeping secrets from me.
Krystal: Tad, would -- come on, please, give me a break. It -- it slipped my mind, all right? I have to check on Jenny.
Annie: Hi, is this Colby? Hey, Colby, it's Annie Lavery. Um, Babe actually gave me your number, because I'm looking for a babysitter right now. I know it's last minute, but it's kind of an emergency. You're welcome to bring your friends. Ok. Do you want to check with them and call me back? Great, thanks.
[Annie opens up a nanny cam box]
Annie: I can't thank you
You'll really be helping me out
of a jam.
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